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:
August 12, 1904
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


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

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E TAKE 3 Off For St Louis.r Mr. T. J. Laud-Brown, the origi- The following item from too Troy

Miss Sara Elizabeth Harris, the nator and promotor of the South Individual Messenger of August 9th will read

Daniel's Tonic Pills i local and society editor of this paper, Florida Fair, spent yesterday morning 188 Per Cent.Deposits Since 1892.Increase here with interest where Miss Barford

I left for Jacksonville over the Sea- in Ocala, and spoke hopefully of is so well and popular known:

The of
comptroller the currencyhas
It .-,, board yesterday and tonight will its success. "One of the most brilliant and delightful .
5 For Malaria in aU forms. No made public a statement show-
cure no
pay. The main of the fair is
leave for St. Louis on the Times- purpose to social function given In Troyin
ing the volume of individual depositsin
-- : Union's special car. induce immigration to Florida, and some time was the rweplkrn Uiv
: -- national, state, savings and trust
== :: r-. The party will go over the Southern low excursion rates have been secured dered last night at the Hendr on
's I banks in the various states.
railway via Columbia, Henderson- from Chicago and as many as two home, 13S College avenue, by Mrs,
:: According to the report, individual
ville, Asheville, Knoxville, Louisville, thousand prospectors are expected to Edgar McBryde Wright anti tfcf Go*.
citizens had deposited in the banks of
-- ,. etc. take advantage of the rates and visit ,sip club to Miss Agnes Goode Barton
o-- ZS -_ r this State, in 1592,5740494. In 1903,
-- ,.1/;: The route selected is most charming the fair. who will be married tomorrow
:.". 11 later
years they had on deposit
-- ::>..',!f GJ'\ -_ one and the scenery through Fifteen thousand dollars have beenor evening to Dr. Edwin Boykin C'ade
== I $16,53.>,101. An increase of 10, 795,
::: will be secured and given away'inpremiums.
which the Southern passes is as prettyas of Germany
... 607, or nearly $1,000,000 per year, an
-- -- any in this country or any other : "The palatial home wall a >>.en<> (IfI
I increase of 1SS cent.
-- --4 -- country, Switzerland not excepted.The There will be special county days per I exquisite beauty. Pot tk>w.n, ,ut
Only three states in the south
== exceed -
:-:: Times-Union's party will remain and after the fair is over special excursion flowers, candelabra and in ni**vnt
'- ,
-- ---- --- --- --- Florida's showing
-- _-] in St. Louis several weeks: and t trains will be run from Tampa lights formed the attractive decorated

will also distribute the special editions I to the various counties making with 311 per cent. North Carolina. effects.
I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. I with 233 per cent. and Arkansas with I
of that paper and other literature -I exhibits and everything possible will "The receiving party blued in tho
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== Prescriptions- ; receive careful attention ::::: I booming Florida. be done to locate the visiting pros- : per elegant parlor and was! eomiMMfd<< of

eeY-- ---- -- I:I It is believed that it will result in pectors.Six Violent Attack cf D iarraaea Cared by Mrs. Edgar M. Wright Mfcw Btirford

lIIIIIIgIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIUIIIIIIIIuillllllllUIIIIIIIIIlIII. jl IlIIIIIlll! great good to the state and it is esti- hundred dollars will be givento ChaW:erlain's Coli:, C::!erL: asi Diarrhoea the honoree, Dr. Edwin Boykin Cade,

-- -- -.- ---I I mated that it11 cost the* Timss- the county making the best collection -,I EsaeJy and Perhaps a lifeSaei. Miss Olive Wiley, Mrs. Bridgewater

Union 12000. exhibit; two hundred and fifty to : Mis Allen, Prof. E. :\[. Wright and
.___.__ I.E" ___ BD 11'Iowo.! ..._ \ short time ago I was taken with
r The lady commissioners, who have the second and one hundred and fifty Miss Louise: Wright."In .
a ,i lent attack of Diarrahoja andbeleive

David S. Wood rowPHOSPHATE \ been selected to distribute this litara- to the third, and the premium list-for I would have died if I had not I, the dining room and in the hall

tt! ture, besides attracting attention to individual exhibits is quite attractive.Mr. gotton releif," says John J. Patton, a were the members of the GOJaipt'lub,

Florida will be given a royal outing. Brown says that never in the leading citizen of Patton, Ala. "A while six beautiful little girl servedthe

LANDS. history of the state has Florida awakened friend recommended Chamberlain'sCholic refreshments in the dining room

f ff Alderman Owen. so much interest and he thinks Cholera and Diarrahoea and the delicious punch in the hall
f Remedy. I bought twenty-five cent
The election held in the fourth the South Florida Fair will mark a "The occasion was the assemblage
bottle and after taking three doses of

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or ward Tuesday to fill the vacancy on new era in immigrational statisticsand it I was entirely cured. I consider it of beautiful dressed, charming ladle,

: lease on royalty communicate with him. the city council occasioned by the the accomplishment of actual the best remedy in the world for and interesting gentlemen, and an

resignation of Councilman Jones wasa results. bowels complaints. For Sale by occasion where pleasure alone sway

quiet affair, there being only one Was Agaiist CQsutiQ Anti-Monopoly-Drug- -Store. 'm ed the sceptre, and all was as merryas
candidate for the position. Fifteen All nations are endeavoring to check Bound for St. Augustine a marriage bell.

Office next to Dr.Smith Postofficc Block. Ocala,Fla. votes were cast and all were center the ravages of consumption, the white
"The with the Club
Among those from Ocala, who went evening Gossip
that claims victims
shots for Thomas J. Owen. The plague so many and \Irs. in honor of alias
each year. Foley's Honey and Tar to St. Augustine Monday over the Wright,

successful candidate is on his way to cures coughs and colds perfectly and Atlantic Coast Line excursion were Borford, will long be remembered for

USA ELIZABETH! !HABSIS Local Editor I Mr. and Mrs. Robinson to Entertain Boston attend the G.A.R. encamp- you are in no danger of consumption.Do Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Martin and son, I its delightful hours.
ment, consequently have to wait not risk health by takings -- ---
your -
Mr. and Mrs. George Kingsley Herbert, Mr. W. J. Lohrig and son, Taken With Cramps.
until he returns to receive the con- me unknown prepration when
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Robinson have issued invitations to a F,. y's Honey and Tar is safe and Cecil, Mrs. B. H. Seymour, Misses Wm. Kirmse, a member of the
gratulations his friends. Some one
dancing party Friday evening at half cuj._.tin in results. Ask for Foley's Susie Seymour, Lottie Kingman, bridge gang working near Littieport

the ...t of heraldry the pomp of power. past eight o'clock, complimentary to suggested that the "Marconi" be Hi .vy and Tar and insist upon having Messrs. Royal Cole, Asher Frank and was taking suddenly ill Thursday
all that wealth e'er used to tell him of his unanimous with and a kind of
1I night
And > that beauty gave their charming daughter, Miss Ethel it. For Sale by Post Office Drug John Moore. cramps
Await alike the inevitable hour: election.Mr. Store. m cholera. His case was so severe that
; "> The path cf glory lead but to the grae.Gray's Sayles Robinson. The young society _
Stay o.i the Farm. Visiting in Jacksonville.Mr. he had to have the members of the
.-- "Elegy. people are anticipating a very de- Harry Phillips, who conducted crew to wait upon him and Mr
--- -- Most of the who will be R. L. Anderson
is at
'Ir. Sid Whaley is on a visit to St. lightful evening. i I I a sale of lots here some time ago for registered:! Gifford was called and consult. He _

-- -- -- Mr. David S. Woodrow, and later for reached by this paper would, if they the Aragon, Mrs. M. Messette and told them that he had a medicine in

t Augustine.Dr Mr. Robert A. Burford left Tuesdayfor left home, go out as hirelings; and I Mrs. John Moore at the St. George the form of Chamberlain's Colic,
( Mr. J. Starr Sternberger, is in Ocala ..
C. W. and Eaton Lindner, of Troy, Ala., to be present at the do not mean to be offensive here, but and )lr. Thos. H. Harris at the Cholera amd Diarrahoea Remedythat
and a guest at the Ocala House. He i I ,
Anthony, were in the city yesterday.Mr. marriage of his neice, Miss Agnes* is his wife. it is the truth. You must at the be- Travelers. he thought would help him out
accompanied by and accordingly several cases were
Burford, tonight. After the weddingMr. ginning accept menial places where ---
+ William Cox left Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Davis left I administered whith the result that
and Mrs. Burford and Miss Mary Ocala will soon lose Mr. J. A. Red- the pay will barely support and I
you the fellow was able to be around next
Key Wet, where he has accepted a Burford will go from Troy to St. 1 ding, who as far bacfc as 1S67 was you will, in a large majority of cases, yesterday over the Atlantic Coast I day. The incident speaks quite highlyof

{ coition. Louis to spend several weeks at the manager of the" I..0. T. Co j be in the hands and under the care of Line for an extended trip to the I Mr. Gifford's medicines.-Elkader.

their absence the He to Dade City to reside with 1 J northwest. They will stop awhile at Iowa, Argus. This remedy never fail. ;
In home parts of California if has exposition. During goes | those who have and will take no interest -
the World's Fair awhile at iUn home it save '
spend Keep
; your
children will remain with his son, Mr. W. M. Redding.Mr. .
younger in except to coin '
not rained Since the middle oj May. you your
Minneapolis with relatives and then life. For sale by Anti-Monpoly Drug a aStort.

Florida U blessed with generous daily relatives in Troy. Morgan C. Looney returned labor into cash; and usually the boys proceed to South Dakota where Mrs. .. m
-- ----
thower come to take just as little interest in I
-- The Woodmen of the World had an home, Sunday from the mountains of Davis will spend the balance of John A. Henderson Passes< Away
the affairs of his employer, and then i
Mi (;race Hatchell returned Sunday exceptionally fine time last night. Georgia, where has been for some the summer with relatives. Mr. A dispatch from Tallahassee say
there is a Boy ruined. There are exceptions -
from Lake Weir, where she has Twelve new members were initiated time with his wife and son. Davis will return in about a fort- I. that Hon. John A. Henderson, one of
to these statements but
---- just
been mending a week as a member of into the mysteries of the order. After night. I Florida's foremost citizens, died at
Among the prominent'turpentine enough to make them the rule. You _.__ __
the Ocala colony his home this afternoon j
these ceremonies
interesting were operators in Ocala ;yesterday were will be called upon to take such Albert Williamson, in his Jacksonville I .
Col. Henderson enjoyed the .... .
Ht" '. J. P. Hilburn went to ended a banquet was spread and the J. B. Floridian "The .pu.I
up Capt. of Electra, and treatment as your employer choses to says: prosecu- I
tation of being, for a long term of
Mlcanoj yesterday to assist Rev.Norrworthy evening delightfully spent. The Mr. Louis Lang, of Dexter. give; often unmerited abuse, it will tion and persecution incident to the i
I Woodmen is growing to be one of the I I years, the most influential efehen of
who is
of Mississippi, be given in a way that one must sac- Hobson-Holley has convinced
I largest organizations in the city. Mrs. John G. Reardon leaves todayfor Florida.As I
conducting revival services. rifice his manhood if he allows it, us that ministers are about as heart-,
her future home at Savannah, Ga. general conusel for the F. C. &
Dr. W. C. Lindsay and family, Mrs.C. and he must allow it or give up his less as Christians in their dealings
Mr. David S. Woodrow left last She will stop over with friends in P.railroad he wielded a great Influence
C. Todd and children and Mrs. place. There are boys who leave the with each other." % I
night for Hot Springs, Arkansas, Jacksonville for several davs. in the state.
Todd's mother, :Mrs. Green, :Mr. farm and succeed, but for every one
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he goes to spend several weeks Mr. Winfield Scott Prosky, formerly Since the death of his wife, about
and Mrs. R. L. Andersan's little boys The Cyclones and Whirlwinds are I who does you will find large numbers
for the benefit of his health. of this city but now of New York, eighteen month ago, Col. Hwfctemw
-- left Tuesday for Weir Park on to have another try at each other on i who fail, and so I conclude you had I
has just been granted a patent on an .has suffered a decline, and be grad-
Mr Helen McCarroll and MissesPauline Loke Weir to spend a. week. They the South Third Street diamond better keep your boys on the farm '
that until Ute Ia4 **4
incandescent light he recently ually grew worse
anion: and Annie Edwards, will stop at Mrs. R. Martin's: pretty Friday afternoon. for the sake of society, the farm and .
invented.Mr. summons came today.
of WillUtou, formed a trio visitors home. the boy.-W. T. Roberts in Southern ---- -
The Methodist parsonage is having
yerterday.Gainesville Sun. Magazine, of Baltimore, for August. and Mrs. A. E. Delouest will I Mr.Turner Burke has returned. from
Mr. Robert Fosnot, 3f Eastlake, was a new porch erected on the Main
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leave in a few days to spend the a visit to Jacksonville and Pablo
Mr.( Charles H. Lloyd, of Holder, among the visitors in Ocala Monday, street side, which will add greatly to Ocala's Rainfall. i
balance of the summer in Indiana. Beach.
lett lat night for Jacksonville to join and says the east side of Lake Weir is its appearance.Mr. )Ir. W. L. Jewett, Ocala's"weatherman I

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+ ie ThMl-Union party, which leaves on a boom. He keeps himself and paid the Ocala Banner office a '-u
i F. B. Beckham left Monday for I N1..0000000.......1.................................
tonight for the St. Louis exposition.I his Iowa relatives posted on the do- a pleasant call Tuesdayafternoon .

I I ings Qf Marion county by taking sev- Virginia to spend several weeks with and furnished us the following inter- : ",", THE OLD ESTABLISHED, WELL MANAGED BANK .'" :

Mr. J. 1;. Padgett left Monday for : his family, who are in that state for .
I. eral copies of the Weekly Banner. esting information as to the rainfail .............00....... OF .s....................
Stni aka, S. C., for a short visit. His the summer. .
---- here within the past six months; '

famUy have been there for the past Mrs. H. L. Anderson and two Mr. George Williams is at White February, 2.03 inches, March .15 I MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, i

month, and will return with :Mr.: daughters, Misses Frances and lil- Springs taking his annual summer inches, April 1.20 inches, May 1.04
: Methods and
Padgett. lian, who have spending several vacation. r inches, making a total for these four By Progressive
: Considerate Attention Continues :
The members of the Ocala Rifles expect weeks at the Continental on Atlantic months of only 4.42 inches. During ,
John Pelot who has been at Manatee
to Increase its Business. .
to take that Mana&sas trip and Beach, left last :Monday for Indian- June there fell 5.50 inches, July 8.79 .
and Braidentown for several ..................................................Ot+
he company is llrillingnightl The apolis, Ind., where they will spend inches, August 1 to 8, 3.SO inches; .
l '" months, returned home Sunday after I
encampment will be held at St. the remainder of the summer. noon. total for two months and' eight days i Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. i

Augustine, btginningug.. 31. 13.09 inches.Mr. .............O.Ot...................N.........0..t.

_- _._ Happy Colonel Xic Barco, of Crystal End of Bitter Fight. Jewett is local observer here
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)Ir. and Mrs'entie Roberts and River, passed through Ocala yesterday "Two physicians! had a long and for the United States Agricultural -

baby leave today for St. Louis to on his way to Lithia Springs, right stubborn lung"fight writes with F.abcess Hughes on my of Department, and the above reports Going to the World's FairSEE ? -

'|*'nd awhile at the exposition, afte/ Ga., where he will meet his daughterand DuPont Ga, "and gave me up. Everybody were taken with instruments of known

which they will Spend some timev proceed tothe World's Fair. It thought my time had come. Asa accuracy furnished by the governmentat
ith relatives in Missouri and Illinois. is'down in the books that they will last resort I tried Dr. King's Xew Washington. He will from time

The monthly prizes at Chambers & have a delightful trip. 1 benefit Discovery I received for Consumption.was striking and The I furnish us with these reports for the Ocala Furniture Company. ;

information of our readers and we
Haley's bowling alley were awarded The Elks gave one of its elegant was on my feet in a few days. Now
will be
feel confident that they ap-
Tuwlay morning and the lucky winner banquets last night. Four new mem- I've entirely regained my health. preciated.Mr. For the largest and most uptodate line of
It conquers all Coughs, Colds and ,
.1 were W. C. Bull, first with a bers were initiated. The order is in a .
Throat and Lung troubles. Guaran- Duncan Campbell returned

.core of 278; L. J. Knight second, flourishing condition and adds a teed by Tydings & Co. Only 50c, home Monday from a trip to St.Peters- .! TRUBISTHE

l 236 i James Carlisle, third, 228. I,great,deal to Ocala's social life. and $1.00. Trial bottles free. m I burg. S -

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bpr*.it correspondence Ocala Banner Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. ,

r. Proctocand family, of Levon,. Belleview was well represented at The Irvine Crate and Basket Co., / \ /o!

' with Miss Mattie Leitner, of An- the Oxford barbecue Thursday and has closed down for two weeks for 1

\ thony, came in Saturday and expect all reported a fine time. Among repairs.Mrs. oQ

'AlFi I to spend a month here. Mr. Proctor those who drove from here were Mr. S. L. Davis, who has been in : o/"TPe

has a son and daughter attending the and Mrs. Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, Atlanta for 3 weeks at the bedside of ffouse\0

all normal. They are with their parentsIn Mr. Bryant and family, Mr. and Mrs. her sister, Mrs. J. A. Mclver, returned -

one of Mr. Megg's cottages.Mr. Lucius, Mrs. Nelson and three boys home last week. The doctor is

. James Griner and son, Reese, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pelot. all smiles. op N C4d .

of Anthony, came up Friday after- During the thunder storm of Friday Mr. W. D. Shepheard, the efficient v

em noon and spent Saturday and Sunday afternoon, lightning ran in on the bookkeeper for the Irvine Crate and i \

arm t with his daughter and son who are the station setting fire to Basket Co., is taking a much needed d /

tt j tj attending the normal. Mrs. Griner some paper back of the switch board, rest visiting relatives and friends at I t 1 TPal a Treats r a you Rigfli.I oo iJ'1m ,

returned with Mr. Griner after spendIng but doing no furrher damage. Oldtown; on the Suwanee river.

art, a week here. Mr. Griner and his Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ramsdell Mr. J. A. Jones is visiting his sister -

' tons enjoyed a fish on the river Sat- entertained. Daniel Sykes, of Montezuma, Ga., for several

iii urday morning. Otter Creek, last week. days.

Mia Edith Baird returned to Miss Belle Strobel left Saturday for Mr. C. C. Hall is head salesman at w
OVi I a
Gainesville Monday, after spendingtwo Plant City, where she will visit her the commissary this week.

rue 4 weeks very pleasantly. She will sister, Mrs. Sumter Vining. Mr. F. C. Ferguson has moved hisI I jp Would like to call your attention to some ffjm

,a. lie mtstoo"ery much by all who were Miss Davis was the guest of Miss family to this place and has a position !'. I

,o fortunate as to meet her. Reba Bryant, she having come to attend here with the crate mill. 1 1Mr. articles of deserving merit, and fi '

wrat ., Miss Frances Mobley, Miss Nora the ball game Saturday.Mr. Hall McAlister made a flying :

Knoblock and Messrs.:: Lee and Will Fred Waite, now the success- trip to Gainesville one day this week. I ,
would like >W
rda Wimberly visited the Wilson pull ful manager of the Manatee LemonCo. Mrs. J. A. M ever, who has been a

,.. boat No. 1 Saturday. Thejparty took ., of Palmetto, but formerly of in Atlanta, Ga., and undergone two I

rst their dinnhr aid spent a most pleas- this city, stopped Monday to attend very serious operations is spending a o coQ

ant day.They also took guns and fish- to business connected with his few dayswith her sister, Mrs. Dr. J.I 'INSPECTION

Ail Ing tackle with them but very little property here. Mr. Waite has just D. Davis. Her many friends are glad 'I

fibbing or hunting was done. The returned from California, where he to see her up again. 1 '1

ap pull-boat is a sight worth seeingj'and went to investigate the methods em- Mr. John B. Floyd passed through ; '

.. It would pay anyone to visit it. ployed by the fruit growers of that our berg this week. i j Q from you. Our Clothing Talks for Itself

Dl Mr. J. II. Brinson spent Saturdayand state in the growing and handling of Mr. J. A. Mclver, who has been in : i

Sunday with his parents at their fruits. Atlanta for five weeks with his wife, I w 9m .
like for
but then we would you to
tcl Eureka. On Saturday the Belleview base passed throngh here Sunday on his Ii m

tr Orange Springs' normal literary so- : ball nine played against the Oxford way home at Standard. |t i .

. I ciety held its regular weekly meeting I team on the East Front street diamond Mrs. L. K. Edwards was called to m come in and hear it talk.

lkt Friday night. Miss Frances i winding up with a score of 6 he bedside of her mother, Mrs. J. C. I I

Kttl t Mobley was elected president Mr. X. to 1 in favor of the home team. The Mathews, one day last week. j
Baxter, ,vice-president Miss Lulu Belleview team entertained the visi-

a .o Hall, secretary, and Miss N'oraKnob- dinner at the Seminole. The The startling Suicide announcement Prevented that a |' m We have told you before that we are sole

ouat lock. critic. A very interesting pro- game was called at 3 o'clock, and '
preventive of suicide had been dis- ;
gram was rendered and an appreciative from start to finish the Oxford team
covered will interest many. A run I
m the' uH Q
t audience was present. The society disputed every point; In the sixth inning down system, or despondency in- agents

sbet is preparing for quite an elabo- their third baseman deliberately variably precede suicide and some-
t j' rate for the last night of thing has been found will prevent that
program kicked the bag two feet out of posi-
condition which makes suicide likely. !
school. They expect to have a large tion, so that when Lucius, of the m- Fecheimer-Fishel
; At the first thought of self destructiontake
number of visitors from a distance. Belleview nine, made the base they Electric Bitters. It being a

3rd Mr. and Mrs. Glass Meggs spent endeavored to put him out, becausehe great tonic and nervine will strengthen -

9aa,_I- s Sunday with Mrs. Meggs' parents, hit the position and not the bag. the nerves and build up the system.It a Brand of clothes, but as we believe in hammering rJL
U is also Stomach, Liver and
a great
Mr. and Mrs. Lang, of Dexter. Mr. Lucius also had the misfortune of

t Mr Harry Baker and Miss Bessie being kicked by one of the opponents, Kidney regulator. Only 50c. Satis- will tell for it
faction guaranteed by Tydings & Co. campaign again
d Baker, of Island Grove, were over receiving. an ugly gash on the knee. Druggist. m L 1 you m

f Friday. Miss Baker was a student I In spite of the numerous unpleasant --r- 1

?M of the normal the first part of the occurrences of the game the Belle- The President to be Applauded.The W is the best brand of Ready-to-Wear clothes f R l

tr term, but had to leave on account of view boys tendered a social in the sober, sound and thinking peo-
t It p her mother's illness, much to the regret town hall that evening to the visiting ple of the United States, north and :i m made.

f of teacher and pupils.Mr. team; young ladies and friends serving south, will commend and applaud
0tt -j ( Jernegan, Melrose, visited ice cream and cake. President Roosevelt for the reasons,

f bin brother, Frank, who is taking a Mrs. Mary Fogg returned Tuesday and the strong manner in which he l bQ I If you want something less expensive, t .

0 l commercial course at the normal, from Greer, accompanied by her gives them for declining to interferein i a

toft r. a few days last week. niece, Mrs. Bruce and two children. I the case of John Burley, a negro the Mayfield and Slater Woolen Mills Go's B

t Saturday morning Miss Edith Baird, Mrs. T. A. Mitchell and baby, are confined in the jail of the District of :j

t Miss Shelton Souter, Miss Ora Pier- visiting in Oxford, having gone down Columbia, under sentence of death i& goods will fit your person and

lIOn, Miss Alice Meggs and Olive for the barbecue and prolonging their for the crime of criminal assault, the \I i I your J f

V t Knight, Messrs Fernando Aleman, stay. victim having been a little girl four -
;: pocketbook.
I M t Walter Pace and X. L. Baxter went On Wednesday the men of the years and a half old. j UJ

r to Fort Brooke, two miles from here, city turned out to erect the new In the course of his official state- |

a t Ashing. The morning was verypleasantly cemetery fence and at noon the ment for his declining to interfere 'b "Cluett"and "Arrow" brand of fine b'J'

0tt spent fishing on dry land ladies furnished dinner in the town with the processes of the court, the '

I and taking pictures with a "Uneeda hall, for the weary \vorkers. president:: is vehement and says: Ii shirts also the "Wauchusett" brand. pti

: t- Biscuit" box for a kodak. They have: JOSH.Cmed The application for the commutation !

:1t more orders for pictures than can' be Sciatica.Rev. of sentence of J.C.. Burley is I|, -- --

filled. W. L. Riley, L L. D., Cuba, denied. This man committed the oa
r f ADELPHEANBUTCriTON New York, writes: "After fifteen most hideous crime known our i

.'t days of excruciating pain from sciatic laws, and twice before he committed I, "
S t DOINGS rheumatism,under various:: treatment, crimes of a similiar, though less hide- : '
a A 1'PAW
I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Brand Collars and! fill's.EG
I .> Ocala Liniment! ; the first application givingmy ous character. In my judgment,
S fctxdftl Q rrc*;>ondeuce Banner
J first relief and the second entire there is no justification whatever for i
I He,'. J. 'Morris, who has served
relief. I can,give it unqualified re paying heed to the allegations that ], !
for the past two years, has on ac- commendation." Price 25c, 50c, ,
p t'h he is not of sound mind, allegations Our Neckwear is
r wmnt of the health of his family, 1.00. Sold by Anti-Momopoly Drug 01 unexcelled fJJD
S Store. I made after the trial and conviction i
moved back to Virginia. We all re- m I
I Nobody would pretend that there has ;. | in DJb
M to him He faithful A styles
grot give up. was a Correction. ever been any such degree of mental j or prices.
J pastor: and friend. On account of To the Editor the Qcala Banner.I ,
unsoundness shown as would make
o lib absence trom our special meeting beg space in the columns of your I : Hosiery in all Latest
people even consider sending him to i Stylees and Lowest
I: day Bro. J. X. Overhultz will fill valuable paper to make a correction A3
an asylum if he had not committed ]
S fr the appointment| Sunday at 11 a. in. which occurred in last week's paperin '
this crime. Under the circumstances di Prices.
twl'"bnd'OUle early and attends the announcement of the sad deathof I ;
he should certainly be esteemed sane i d
. ,s; Sunday school before services. Mr. J. W. Jordan of Heidtville. I
; enough to suffer the penalty of his i
Ur. HUtch called Ocala Though Mr. Jordan resided O Cool Underwear &
was to Sate at Heidt- I for hot
monstrous deed. I have scant sympathy ] days. ..J
t unlay and accompanied by Misses ville he was never superintendent of with the plea of insanity advanced :' '
k Lilly OhavU and Ligie Blitch. of the Heidtville Sunday school, but Straw Hats
t to save a man from the consequences and Caps. p1
l Mr. and Mr Weaver were also for several years he was superintendent ( .
of crime, when,unless that nKi:,
r called to Ocala Sunday.Mr. of the Cedar Grove Sunday .. I
crime had b 'ommitted, it would If it should be
W. F. Akin left Saturday for school at Gaiterville.Also ; ; Shoes that lookH
i have been I a..,-..;ible to commit him ] you are
Albion, Fla. a mistake in my items of last I
,. to an asylum iisane.. 1 i1J
The grave yard has been recently week which read as follows: i ing for we have the
The crime iu 'i estion is one, to the : !: largest and
encloMxl with a nice fence. "The sad death of Mrs. J. W. Jordan i most
Mr. Brooks.M1., was calledto Dunn ," which should have been existence of which we largely owe i.
the existence of that spirit of lawlessness I complete line in the
d dd
t stead of Mrs. Oq country.
sickThose which takes form in lynch1 1 : ,
All these little mistakes are apt to '
ing. It is a crime so revolting that I
were visiting in Ocala last occur, but in such cases I feel it my
duty to correct them. the criminal is not entitled to one t :
week were Mr. R A. Sandifer, Mr.
Your humble scribe, particle of sympathy from any one II =
B. t{. mitch, Mr. J. W. Coulter, Mr.
UXCLE JOE. human being. It is essential that the | :
1-:. L Ferguson and daughter, .Miss Gaiterville, Aug. 9th 1904.Chclerafciastzs. .
punishment for it should be not onlyas d
i:: Jertrude. K B. ,
r certain, but as swift as possible.The MASTERS.
Mr. B. II. Blitch is having his well oQ
i I1'mwded.IEDta.. This disease has lost is terrors since jury in this case did their duty I ,
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and by recommending the infliction of .UJ

Diarrahoea Remedy came into general the death penalty. It is to be regretted :
I find nothing better for liver derangement use. The uniform success which
r and constipation than i I attends theuse of this remedy in all that we did' not have special provision I I OCALA R
i, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver cases of bowels complaints in childrenhas for more summary dealings I FLORIDA. j
T.Lteu.-L. F. Andrews, Des Moines, made it a favorate wherever its with this type of cases. 4 :
Iowa. For sale by AntiMonopolyDrug value has become known. For sale The application is denied and the m SJ i

Store. m by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m. sentence is carried into effect. I J D 3 aE3www8 tJ :aBEBaa 6J '

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1 USA HI2AS27B: HA52IS. Leal SlitcrHAPPENINGS : I Miss Meta Jewett Entertains.On flN OCALA MAN IN MOBILE. Held For Attempt at Robbery.As HY ROBINSON, President )t "h'.J- a

Thursday evening August 4, the Miss Jessie Owens was going
ABOUT TOWN. Good Time Club met-with Miss Meta from Sparr to her home near there Commercial Bank of Ocala

--- Jewett and the meeting with her was ADDS ANOTHER VESSEL TO HIS FLEET last_Tuesday negro man concealed I
:a .cz c? KSOSKUI BASS c? JAzS ''/.'tt"1
'tI... Marguerite Porter is visitingat in every particular a most pleasant AND GIVES A BIG DINNER. himself behind a tree near the road I 1

Lake Weir. one. Miss Jewett had as her guests Mobile Register, iug. 2, and as she passed byattempted to ;1 1c

the young ladies, who are the club seize the horse by the bridal reins,
The steady growth of interest in
J. B. Borland, of Citra, was among
members and the I but the too for him .
following gentlemen lady was quick .
the trade between Mobile and Mexican -
Itf ,i..lto-nI on 8aturda)'. ,.
: Messrs. A. C. Finzel, of Weirs- and fortunately, having the whip in
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ports was
)1(.. Hattie Williams will leave dale, E. L. Scott, H. A. Daniel, W. her hands, whipped the horse into a I
further illustrated yesterday by the (.A,,) ,

iW* WH-k for Richmond, Va. :I T. Wheeler, S. E. Hiller Clifford L. taking over of the steamship Vuelta- quick gallop and made her escape.A GO-C-c C:::)) *1r2L! !$ (c.o.a,) --.

i Anderson, G. H. Ford, N. A. Weathers negro by the name Napoleon c.o
)!Ir. J. C. Bakin, of Anthony, was I bajo by the Mobile and Yucatan steam- en -
J. H. Taylor, Stephen and Sand- Jackson was arrested and identifiedby c:::)
a pfai"a t caller at the Banner office ship company, W. E. Sinclair presi- s
ford Jewett. i :M iss Owens as her assailant and
dent and representative of the capi-
fitiattlay- I
-- Two specially admired it rs at : tried before Judge Wilder, justice of
talists engaged in the enterprise. ,
)Ir. George W. Hyde, a prominent this meeting of the club were Miss i I the peace for the Anthony precinct,
', These are American and Mexican

Kiaitur man of Crystal River, was in Lucile Ansley, of Thomasville, Ga., i!I i gentlemen of means, noted among I and was held for attempt at robberyto Iii

tola Saturday.Mr. and Miss Lollie Baisden, of Live Oak. :I' await the action of the grand jury.
whom is :\Ir..A. Zaldeba, of Merida,
-- -- The usual number of games of progressive Miss Owens had a pistol and
Yucatan. Mr. Antonio Caballero is
(Ju* Morton of Eve
was a :
.. I(I whist were played at five could easily have killed the man but ll"tilhtIlli..irse .
business :'llt'ra1
"hlr: toO Ocala Saturday, the first : manager of this new com- Uot'' :1 ( u..teeonnlx
tables, Misses Baisden and Piatt said she did not want to have a life ..lh'lh'd.
tIIIIoft tfneetha primaries. pany.
marking the scores. The ladies' of a human being on her hands unless -
i The Vueltabajo was built in Glas-

Mr*. Robert Blake and children1at1'e prize, a pretty beaded belt was won I it was absolutely unavoidable.
i gow in Is93; gross tonnage 1,000, I

nAurned home from a visit to by Miss Sara Harris, and Mr. W. ,T. steel, twin screws, triple expansion She acted with great coolness and -
4atfvt>tt at Hernando and Dunnellon. Wheeler won the gentlemen's prize, a engines, 11 feet, beam 32 feet. She heroism.

Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and handsome pack of cards in a leathercase carries a crew of 22, and has accommodations -I FmJS
sons returned :. A Debt ot Honor
with counters. fot 30 first class and 40 ,
home from 3S3TSB! w
Saturday a twowffk'ii .I i There are many people who regardit &vw
Refreshments were served at the second class
visit to relatives at Lake Six- :I pas&engers. as a mere act of charity to pay
conclusion of the games by the I.' The steamer was turned over to the
teen. their preacher. They claim to be
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hostess, who was assisted by Miss : company yesterday afternoon, while
Mrs. C. It. Hendrix, who has been !' 4 honest in paying their debtstheywould = This i, lfe e dwagr$*;
Louise Scott and during the games lying at the Mobile, Jackson and
lHlng her daughter, for several i not think of defrauding the i I
punch was served. I Kansas City railroad docks. A dinner .
1 weeks at Birmingham, Ala., returned plowman or the cook out of their 1 F Y able eW fashioned;
The meeting of the club with Miss i was given in honor of the occa-
home Saturday. hard-earned wages, but they can .
Jewett was a very delightful one. sion and showed that the chef understands ,
withhold their church dues and think way t* flMike hre
)Ir. and Mrs. Edward Holder sailed -'-- his busines and that the -7.j
Mr. E. L. Greer has associated him- voyagers nothing of it. We need a revival of
from New York Wednesday for on the Vueltabajo will not be
self with the Mallard Grocery Company Bible honesty in paying our preachers.The >
Ireland. They will remain abroad neglected in the eating line. The
: of,Jacksonville, and he and his ap- word of God tells ns that withholding -
far several months. of the such to
pointments ship are as
-- -- --, estimable family will in the future our offerings is robbing God.

Mr. A. y. Fort, of Moss Bluff, was reside in that city. We regret to lose give assurance that passengers will The Master said, when speaking of

In Ocala Saturday. Mr. Fort brought these people, also Mr. and Mrs. C. :\. I be given every comfort while onboard preachers, "the laborer is worthy of i-: y

In with him home very fine limes, Kirkland, who are also connectedwith i his hire."
I Mr. J.1.. Pinillo of the
which were grown on his place. the firm. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk- manager The minister is not an object of UNIVERSAL BREAD MAKE

line, and Jlr. Sinclair president, welcomed -
land will reside in Ocala.-Lake City I e" irity, and what we pay him is
Mr*. GeorgeV. Moyers has returned quite a of guests,
Items in Jacksonville Metropolis.A 'j company i r':lly a debt of honor. No man init r-
to her home in Gainesvilleafter J the affair had been quickly thought
number of years ago Mr. and l community works harder than a
a short visit in this city with of, but was none the less enjoyableEon .
Mrs. Greer resided in Ocala. Mr. I fad ful minister, and nothing has This is the new and up-to-
Her daughter, Mrs. Turner Brewer. that account. Among those
Greer is'a stockholder and:will be the ; pres- contributed more to the welfare of (
do touch
You not
besides the above named officers date way.
Tt+e lost horses and mules adver- manager of the new wholesale lent our country than the gospel of
I and Capt. F. Cardellus, master of the
Ifs* l in this' paper have been found, grocery firm of Miller & Mallard that Christ. the dough; takes just ;3
I steamer, P. Londillo C. A. Pri- i
were ,
j anal for the estray horses and mules has just recently been organized at The church of God is not a beggar, 1 I mix e '
c I eto Diaz, both of Havana CharlesI minutes to thoroughly ,)
, taken up the owners have been found. Jacksonville.An y ; and to speak of it as such is an insult :

I I Ade, of Chicago, consulting engineer I I with this machine.
to high heaven. It ought to be a and knead +

a i ham Teague, jr left Saturday for impromptu euchre party was I and purchasing agent of the
I pleasure for a man to honor God by

Lake City, where he will attend a gotten up for the ladies here Tuesday Tabasco-Chiapas Trading and Trans- paying his church dues. Let us thinkof Why don't you try one.

Mtmmer school preparatory to enter- morning, when a rainy day promisedto portation company; J. W. Palmer, of this, Christian friends, and be Make life e:1.sier.Ve sell i

(Iflg the University of Florida in the keep them indoors, and so an ad- Atlanta; C. L. Lavretta George R. honest in .t
paying our preachers-
fall. journment to the' casino was made, Vaughan J. W. )Marston J. T. Turner Methodist in Jacksonville Methodist.Will them on trial, and the Priceis

)Ir. Carlos! Ayer, who has been at I II when five-hand euchre served to C. W. Butt, B. W. Padgett andL. Leave- -Ccala.- -- right,. if :

Alberquijue, New Mexico, for sometime while away the morning hours. At A. Castellanos, all of Mobile. .
We to learn that \'r.' and
has returned to Ocala and is the close of the games, it was found Former Mayor Lavretta was the
Mrs. Turner Brewer who have been
with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred that Miss Frances Anderson, of Ocala master of ceremonies and made an $2.25 '
in Ocala for months
Ayer.Mini. had made the highest score, and she eloquent speech, congratulating the residing some
---- will leave time the
Lizzie Lake was presented with the prize and company upon the happy beginning Sold
Teagueof Lady I Exclusively-
month for
Douglass, Georgia, where
heartily congratulated. t 1 ant i c of the Mobile and Yucatan compa-
who has been time in
tending some
Beach Notes in TimesUnion.Mrs. He for the they will make their home.
ny's enterprise. hoped
Jacksonville, left several days agofar Mr. Brewer has been connected Hubbard & Macduffj
a long career of great -
Waynesville, N. C., to spend then Dr. J.1 I. Jackson entertaineda company prosperity with the Tea Pot Grocery as travel-
- knowing that the greater the
t of the fcummer. number of young folks with a bay ing salesman and he to Georgiato
goes s''
business done the greater will be the
ride and trip to the beach yesterday
in the mercantile business.
Mr. A. C. Finzel who has been advantage not only to those in business : engage
afternoon aboard the launch FrancisP. Their Ocala friends will be to
: sorry
*pnding the week in Ocala with but to Mobile. i $2.50 Value 12 90 Vly.
Fleming. Those in the party were lose them.
Messrs. Laurence Scott and Emmett The other speakers were :Messrs.' I
Misses Sue Barco, Bertha Oliver, i $1.50. $1.50.(
R&W nson, returned to his home at Ade, Sinclair and Prieto. The enter- What Can Be Done in .:\IIarion.I .
... Ethel and Helen Jackson, and Messrs. I
WtlrMlale Saturday. tainment lasted for several hours and I Last winter, says the Jacksonville
Howard, McAuliffee and Sam Barco.A I 'ntil Thev'r11 SoW
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i was greatly enjoyed by all present.The Metropolis, a poor man in Marion I ;
We Will ell A Une of
Fennell Gaines-
Ml** Myrtle of very pleasant afternoon was spent. I I II
countj\said that he was utterly broke
..., who .toppt'll} over in Ocala Fri- Miami Metropolis! I
Dance last Night. and decided to try orange growi ng, $2.50LADIES'
., afternoon with Mrs. Lee Miller -
Mrs. W. W. Stripling and little The dance given by the young I and an old grove was taken in hand
r .. way from Tampa, left for her
daughter, Ellen, left Saturdays for gentlemen at the Armory last Friday by him, and the first sales netted
.... SaUmlay afternoon. I
I St. Louis, where they will visit rela- night was a very pleasant affair. him $1,020, and this winter expectsto
)N. P. W. Kun* has opened a gro- tives. They will remain away until The dance was given complimentary realize *:!,OOO from oranges, to say

M17 feore in the old McCarthy build- the latter part of October. Mr. Strip- to Miss Lucile Ansley, of Thom- nothing as to the profits made on .

.... H* is an experienced merchant ling accompanied hn family as far as asville, and Miss Lollie Baisden, of :, melons and yegetabl 's. An Elegant: Lin' t., *,...1. <.t j.

... skIs paperhop as his success! will Jacksonville.Mr. Live Oak, two very attractive young ---- ----- From If You Call hart.WI
The Ocala Bannerphone is number
ft. ** ffltwt as the late John )lcCarIN. ---- ladies who are now on a visit to I
A. II. Marsh: of the Commer- I one. If any of our friends have any J. SHOE COMPAN'S.
7. Ocala. A large number of the young CHAMBERS
cial Bank, will leave in a few days news of local or general interest we
Hdward Hiller and daughters people. both of the older and the
for a short trip to Jacksonville. He will take it as, a kindness if they will
wlW Have been at the Continental crowd, were present. Mr.
will 'be joined by )( Marsh before ring us up and tell us about it.
t.kat for the pat two weeks, left Leon Fishel furnished the music and
returning and they will spend several
Swiday for the north to spend the dancing was continued until mid- Dr. W. V. Newsom and 31 r. Chas. A. STANDLEY, LEE - the beach
tto balance- of the summer and the ,- night and was greatly enjoyed.Mrs. R. Tydings left Friday for Washington S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

faX months. Mr. Otto Mente's home was invaded J D. C., after a visit there they

----- by thieves Thursday night and E. C. Shuey is on a visit to will go to Blue Ridge Springs. Va., to

Mr. It. A. Burford left Mondayfer quite a number of valuable articles Washington City, where she will : spend several weeks. Livery Feed and Sale Stables|

Troy, Alabama, to be presentat
spend some time, after which she
side board.
were stolen from the Miss Alice Richardson is clerkingat
the marriage of bis' neice, will visit relatives in Lancaster; Pa.,
We the most completeline
I Sash's during the absence of Miss carry
MU* Agnes Goode Burford to Dr. Mr. Ben K. Thrower, of Gainesville and later on in the season will extend -
Nellie Anderson, who is visiting her of Harness Saddles
Cade which takes in Ocala busi-
Edwin Boykin spent Friday on her visit to Illinois and Minne
sister Mrs. J. H. Strunk at West
pile Wednesday evening at nine ness for the Baird Hardware Com- sota. She anticipates a most enjoy- in central Florida, and will give
Palm Beach.
o'tlock. pany, for which he travels. s able and in which this
trip hope pa- our patrons: the very lowest
article that were stolen from Mr. W. D. Norton returned home
The Mrs. A. A. Winer, who has been per joins. prices. We are thoroughly
------ from Lake Weir Saturday, where he
residence of Mr. Otto Mente several -
the the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. B. I
have been recovered.The Miss Sue Barco, who has been visiting has been for several days. equipped for fitting out turpen-
night ago,
Weaver, has returned to her home inOcala.

thief must have become frighten- .-Miami Metropolis.Mrs. her sisters, Mrs. J. M. Jackson Miss Leafy Sylvester returned home tine and lumber teams, gear,,
'I and Mrs. S. L Patterson at Miami
and hid the things .
Y eJ at something Saturday from a two week's visit to
etc.We .
behind the kitchen door covering : Lee Miller, Mrs. Arthur Clark for the past four months returned Lake Weir. wagons, ..,

Their hidIng and several other members of the : home Saturday much to the delightof
them up with a newspaper. always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and 8ummt

place discovered saveral days house party returned from Lake her many friends, who have miss- Mr. Tom Harris is in Richmond Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Waroa -:

later by MU Bessie Whetstone. I Weir Friday. : ed her during her long absence. Va., for a few days. North Side Cour', Houi OC'.J.a.1'Jih



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A youth sits! on the rock by the sea. t,
Carman Get en Rampage at !South
t. t:. K Voyte of Gainesville A soft white hand lies tremulously in
Carolina Summer Rsiort.TFIlalcgtoc .

HI ills a plt tt the Ocala! Hums on his The music of a distant bell, N. C.. August !.-IaUt I PORT ART :UR

Pti+Iay. mingled with the ham of the wild bee, d drunken frenzy Chris !:lets. VOLCANOES

1s wafted from the shore on the wing t Geraaa citizen shot and perhaps Ofi.1 I s
Honor Is Not
tat )lilt, However
floss op from Conant f&UI111fouued his wife and then shotblmaeli t
of the evening twilight, fragrant with
rWay &fUomt"n to tpend a few days la the neck. InSIctiaj a serf- dally Confirmed. A thin, vapory smoke. lazily ascending '
the breath of the hawthorn and
WIth friM>d., cloT lash ara'md.he from its crater, may be the only visible -
ver. The dew gleams on the trtgedy occurred on Carolina
-- volcano
life in sleeping ;
Mr.. I.. J. Kwfcfkt ha. cone to fringe of fern, and moistens the lip Bach, one of Wilmington's summer but within is a raging sea of fire, molten I (

14'lii.. Hf'riRac', +vArre "he will spend of the bluebell. The sun sinks be- resort. Biers had been in the city Unconfirmed Reports State That the rock and sulphurous gases. Those 'ho j>lr ..
ted went down to the beach.It Russian Fortress Has 6en Taen by t
'i f." trrrks. I make their homes in the peaceful vaLleys
n hind the ocean'"aitnei; and far off Ii said ha was very dmnk. Mrs. '
Forces below know the danger, and though .-
in tilers: who is the Japanese -Washington .1: '. .
the sky's immensity stars come stewardess at the Hanover I o. -1. f
Ida IifJ tiM, ifH. I forth in the awfnlness of the silence. Seaside Cub, oa Carolina beach. J and London Dubious. .- .r; ?tJ7
fete tfc* w* go to eed. "ATh met! her husband! a short distance kings, these signs of impending eruption -
rough a rift in a mass of Xaawlug ut 6.-Xoon.-lt is in fancied when the "
vapor unheeded. They are living wcuntyj )rant "
etJleh (a hate, sores nine. from the club house and began to adctcoLsh hasteen I go
reported here that Port Arthur
gleams the silvern splendor of the him for coming home in such awakes with deafening roars.and they are lot beneath a downpour eI .

l>wkil u., alwrrrx of }fr.I Chat.ft. moon, and the million ripples of the t condition. He became enraged and captured by the Japanese. heated rock and scalding ashes. Thousand of blood poison wff.f+ere ...

fired at her. The ball her living a sleeping volcano, and are taking desperate chaac... lot
/I [ Tydtags Mr. James B. Carlisle ocean dance from where the waters entered New York. August 6.-11.35 a. m.- upon

t wils I bite efcar;;* of bin drug store. murmur on the beach to the head tad she has been unconscious It is not probable that Nagasaki woo under the mercury and pot- Bowlln* Oreen.l[>,., M u. 24. *Wash .
-- away lace It Is thought she will! die. be the first point and the. cnly point treatment the external t1e-gear For on four T.*ril **...... j
line where kiss the stars the di I'ratJJ tom a- eaten sue of eoatatwe l-.
they on After the disease *-
)Ir. B. K. ha returned from shootinshs! Rife Eilers tried to learn of symtpomsof:
lUy .n the fall of Port Arthur. potion. I went to HotS\,... '
horizon's rim. And the moonlight to kill himself the ball entering the and the deluded vie- .. .. i
reveals There are no advices from Toklo or appear, months M bid zp as* I twa P f-
H H bU
to wif-, who U with
now neck The belief of M. .. ...**. /M :
wound Is not thought to tim is in the ici*n who pruertbed r IT. *
on the rock, like two in the Japanese happy
angels legations at
U Washing:
m.ftBycoodUf t *.*4 ....
etfte at herold home in ;ihelmanSin. be fatal
The> only eyewitness to the I but the menetto4'd
a holy dream, the youth and the ton or London to confirm the Nagasaki a complete cure. harmful than ben.dctal. I .r .*.M
pa. shooting waa Mrs. K B. Liughlia a report. fires of contagIOn have only a friend who told m. that S. 8. S. Dad eeresail
maiden, tbe brown hair mingled with laughter of the couple. been smothered in the sys-'cured him. I atoDce comm.u.d aU .... ... tI.
tel'cont1nuinlf it for eomettm 001114 flail as I.ace
A1II Torn Tower, of Floral City, the golden tresses, the eye lit with agleam DIED TO SAVE ANOTHER. SC Petersburg. August S.-The r. tern, and as soon as these ot the disease what...". 1'h1. was ass try

I been visiting In Ocala for several 1 of joy above the joy of the port of the fall of Port Arthur re- minerals arc left off will Tears Well &&,0. I caD truthtlally .tar K eal left

1..\ days, the jfue-t of Mn. Thomas Set earth, and two booms hearing with Heroism Shown -by House Paintst calved from Nagasaki. does.not obtain blaze up agam. Occasionalsores
t I mouth red rash on the Wy, a. ....
.' in greater credence at the admiralty. act break out in the a appears
ton. excess of bliss, as bosoms did before Chicago
. \ -- C 1cago, August 8-Henry Koch war office here than previous tel* warning symptoms, if not heeded, are soon followed by fearf.1 ::r '

.1 ('harUt Mwre and Mo w LIddell 1 man had sinned and the gates of Edenwere loose painter lost his life to save grams on the same subject. sores, copper-colored splotches, swollen glands, 10foJ of hair mat

1.01 went to Ht Auguntlne Monday andDt1WJa1 closed. That youth can never, the life of Policeman Daniel O'Brien, sickening sYmptoms. Mercury and potash not only (ail Ie N ....

afternoon they acted as the in manhood's prime or in life's decay, who also risked his life to save impartial BURIED UNDER FALLING WALL. poison, but cause mercurial Rheumatism, necrosis of the 14eM. .its
i of the stomach and bowel The ices eat
A hollers for the Gainesville( ball : sink so low he have done men. sire ulcers and inflammation
team as might Eight Men Injured Two In
< I After seven laborers had Lees overcome Fatally S. S. S. is never followed by any such bad result. It Wftt w.I.t
t'r the Anetent City agalnit the "RedTopi. had he never been a guest at the divine New York. We offer for eat k
I by gas in an excavation at New the slightest injury to the system. '1,000 prMl
( ." festival of Love. He cannot live >Eir1 tenth street and Armour avenue, York August 8.-Eight men contains a mineral of my deewi.
hae been
in the valley who has been on the Policeman O'Brien went into the pit badly injured two fatally, tion. S. S. S. i is an anti d&t. for Mri..
.- )!,. W. M. liedding, who has been ind In east New York in the collapse! of
tops of the mountain with GJd.- fastened ropes about their bodies. a'al of 2-story brick building. gious blood poison, it dCltNf! e...,

,t,' [a resident of thin city for the past Saladin. They were lifted to the surface bit I Six of the men were buried under atom of the virus and f..... ..

I' f j year,will leave in a few day to reside wEes the last man had been taken out I tons of beams, masonry and flooring strengthens the blood and bolts *p fie
BOjftf tie policeman lay unconscious
in tbs
[lit Jw where he will All would have general
City, assume! perished had not policemen
bo .
) Thought he Hid 'Em le.of
We will mail free our .l btN1k.
and firemen assisted
chorus of the Seaboard Air Line the workmen -
railW'1 [
Many stories have been told t"15'18 then that Koch went ia and in the work of rescue. A phys on Contagious Blood Poison, with full direction for home ..........
KB office.KV. attached a rope to the policeman's
[ body
twins, says the Philadelphia Press, O'Brien ciao risked his own life to administer Medical advice is furnished by our physicians without eb ff*.
was rescued but Koch fellnnconsclous :
Ott J, .'. Hllburn, presiding tldtrf but this which cropped up in West and though Patrick King restoratives to those hurt crawlingon THE SWIFT SPCCinG CD., ATLANTA, 6A

IOU [ this district, preached at the Philadelphia is the very latest: and Henry Thompson foremen, bray" wreckage.his hands and knees under tha

pat ly went into the hole and ._ I .s
Out in the district the upils -- -- -- -- -
[Methodist church both Sunday morn- : over Schuyl-l i body, he was beyond resuscitation.The The building was only partly finis i

i and evening. At both servicesthere : kill, live two men, twin, and it in : condition of Policeman 'Brien ed. The rain is supposed to have

crst [ were JtfJC'd congregations and only with difficulty that their friends Is serious and he may die. 0'Brie a' weakened who the masonry. A policeman MISSING WORD CONTEST.
was standing
w good Mrmon are able to tell them apart. One : the two firemen and three of the laborers nearly saw the
[ south] wall begin to crumble near the
< --- morning one of the twin went to a are In hospitals. base. Bricks fell and suddenly there PRIZES I Offered For
t f J. C. Coojicr condemned to have ter 101
barber shop to get shaved and a new RACE IS PASSING AWAY. was a lurch and he called out a warning

an d rtn hung Jat Friday for the murder barber shaved him. In the afternoonthe just as the wall fell inward, carrying The Correct Solution

,srb titJitnhtl Bowman,of Punta Gorda, other twin went to the same shop' United States Will Be Asked tt Aid E. the floors with it

to/ W& reprieved by Gov. Jennings just and placed himself in the same chair. CTlcago. August klmo.S.-The blocks The and crash sounded was like heard a for big explo many Tropical i Co.
Rev. Dr, Manufacturing manufactiinflofthegreat
few minute before l his execution .
t.a f The barber looked at the man and, Ryburg.: raster of the first congregational . [wee to have taken place. then went over to the boss of the church at Nome, Alaska, Is AT WORLD'S FAIR. health drink, METTO, wilt

I"ale t-'. Mr. and Mm. Vernon Clyatt have I g I shop. The Wash Inter, says.Ocean a ,Tacoma on his way dispatch Manufacturers'-Day--Masked Carnival/ pay al p 1zes. The contest open to aI. 1I

nrd the "Ocala "Boss, he said, "I think I'll go to Washington, D. C., to Pre
wt ; colony" at BrysonPity urger si- Interesting Feature. I Its free to You.

ran [ :i. C.. and are enjoying the home. I gueas.there's something the dWent Roosevelt to do something toward World's Fair Grounds, St. Louis, ,
matter with me." saving! the Eskimo population ol August 8.-This was manufacturer
raft tint of health. In a note to tcditot he A laska.e .
of "What's the matter?" inquired ti: j day at the World's Fair, and a splen- FIRST PRIZE
)Ir. Clyatt lIa1t that he "fin d3 "Though the shave saved hundreds did attendance marked the observ.ance. -

,n 1: R,l flent of good things which suit a boss.! of !lives kind of the and gold seekers" says he, One feature that served to: The first one seqding ii) the) correct answer we will give a
1t childlike
.w use [Florid cracker mighty well." passing away Neglected race is by ra o Pit idgment that the a crowds numbered was coupon the announcement wau; beautiful life size picture if] gilt frame erjtitled "purity"Id

nil Mr. (J, F. Dittmar has return overnm!. nt. the last chapter of the'ir beth given to each visitor and 50,000 of ThU picture in bvmbolicnl. <>f Me'm th. reii i health drink vrieMM 'II
tory is being! all and contains 1:1:
rapidly written in coupons entitled the holders to nil dop fir hnrmful dru<-.

gut [from( Charleston, where he went if"f characters of neglect, want dis- presents. Another feature of the da*" To the next s,. . . . . . ..IU- ...t&. ..

IUrt he* lilt wife, who ha been quite ill i and crime." was; a masked carnival participated in[i 41 11 .'t. ."i, 5 . ,. . .........i I quart )(
.1 t The / . . .
minister :
favors tint Mrttw ....
that city for several weeks. 31 colonizing the by a multitude of 14 ti ,, u" ra
u'tit31J[ ia a more suitable climate.: persons dressed in ,. . . 1 Mrrtn ticket .a4*.
[l>ittm r'. Ocala friends will be gl such costumes as suited their fans y-

fOri [to know that he has recovered K SIGNIFICANT CABLEGRAM. Among for the uniqueness prizes awarded of to masqueraders i II t'-..................,I.unPt'ople

a' [flclently to continue her trip north. book which he calls a "Foolish D'icip- one given for the costume was .......Know a
of .
e JIlpa tionary." Here European Squadron Ordered to Turkish \ group any number Thry. --.......-Ii ANCut . .
-- --'- of
are some his uodate Waters. of persons best representing the Ut r:+ <,f. .. ......In. . .Cicxt4\\...............
tiles Went, who caused w much t definitions: Louisiana purchase. IIltlIII'" ... ....... i
t ( Washington August 8The European -- ------
Comment In our city by ADVICE.-A The Bohemians! also celebrated today
. It ordering commodity peddled squadron has been ordered to out out thN coujMin till
at the exposition In In the blank NI1111..._._..._........._. .. .. .
.. .
.. 0 IJeJlle to stand off the!lidewalk while your lawyer: and given away by your Turkish waters. commemoration spre. Ibtuh<+!*- .... .

t be t.vl by and attracted mother-iu-laly, but impossible to d isThe orders were cabled to Rear Admiral of the centennial anniversary of to make an ,ppropriatr !sententence -

atr cSIIU. V& a great pose of yourself. Famous as the o Jewell commander of the squadron the founding of the first Bohemianicciety and mail to ttdvertisiue flitTropical [ Meit> I P.O'... .-.-.. .. .. .. .. .
drat of attention her
by many other nee 1n the United States.
thing which it is more blessed to fit at Nice His ships are the'j : '
queer actions, left Sunday for Sa- than receive." Olympia. Baltimore and Clevelandis Scores of Bohemian societies carried Jacksonville. Mfg. Co.Honda. I ( 01111'v . ? .statM. ...............

sit vannh. Her visitation Ocala ited GOOD ADVICE.-Something old understood that he will proceed U out a program which included [about ten dayn.iH give: when men th eeastern :Mediterranean! somewhere letlc contests in the Stadium and a R-meiub-r the first 101 frrwt It n-"r.. rt'l'-rv..t alit
men art tiriarr.
they can no general meeting in Festival !hall. your answers at ouc I.. ih- I"ot'4l4.1" .
1 longer give them a bad example. near the Black sea. ,

Itt t sir. Holn-rt Fosnot has jUt! co rn- The destination of the fleet is Smyrna. i Boy Killed By
APPENDICITIS.modern pain cost- This becau,1 Lightning. TROPIC IL M !NUfACTU! lNQ
t I plrtcll a new dock for Mr. David S. about $200 more than the old-fash place was selected Ocilla. Ga, August 3.-Lightning COMP HY.

t t". JSWlrow at his lake Weir property toned stomach-ache It afforded direct cable communicatioiwith j yesterday afternoon Instantly 1:. 14 W. {ldarIs St.
Washington and is only about ;, Gordon O'Neil a little boy about CleAn Jo'.lsonYlle
ibejI" 1 the east tilde of the lake. It is \UBEl-A brilliant conversationalist 300 miles distant from Constantinople : ( Fte.
> old. and
j, seriously injured his
Jt1't 1BO (-t-t in I length. This is j>reftarMory who occasionally ;shaves and The trip probably will be made I little sister, Eva. The little girl was -

tl* to landing SUmDll'rpartieiathU111 cuts hair. Synonym for phonograph.BEACH. three days and when he arrives th sitting in a chair on the piazza of the: ...
I .
.m tf+ |; (4ace, which pmmi K's .-.\ strip of land skirted by Admiral Jewell will put himself in korae, and Gordon was standing leaning d @. @ ,&...O..S.

r water;; covered with lady killers all communication with Minister Lei sh- on her chair. It seems strangeart
f l>-omt\. p"pular resort. mann. and also report to (Rai Goods Delivered; : free. '
. summer, life-savers in winter, and that there was left no mark on the : Write for Price List. :

used a* a haven-or heaven-the ligblning on the building or on the
>r 11. 11. Tatom of year (
Miami, re- round. Corporation. person of either child. ) .
fart Montgomery, Ala., August S.-The I
fort vetsiOtt3! insurance
on IIO s
>> -Where the
mortgage is. Cherokee Development and Ma T AO Escapes Are Captured. e S (.i
i Han of his wife ;
fall mntlydeceased.t Further along in his book :\11'. Wurdz Southern Sirup and Mo'asses company Gainesville, 'Ga., August 8.-Frank C ( t,

.Art amount of due !paid in 3 years: !grows philosophical and says: has bee norganized here to make sirup Allen, negro, who escaped from Hall 5 ts f (

,bifbl 7 months was $1O.S, to the Fra- Aim at a chorus girl and you may and confections. The capital stock oounty jail Wednesday night, was cap- ''f' fto
trtkej MMll'nion of .\mf'ri<,a. This iz the hit a star. is $100,000. P. J. Williams is presi I tared at Lula. The three white men b lt b ".,.

tit ( form People who l live in glass houseshould dent. who escaped at the same time have i st C a C'
HH of insurance ink the I dress in the dark. CHECKS PROMPTLY PAID. mot been apprehended. John Beard, S .!l .i w' YfARCtD .(::4.
Tb( -Jacksonville Metropolis.' .\ word to the wise i is useless.A who shot Bill Hammond Sunday night; G : P 1 .

bird on the plate i is I tear Buford, has been
f'OUIItune I worth two i on Drovers' Trurt and Savings B as' captured and isnow 5
ftarglarit are becoming common the bonnet. f: '. mands. i in Hall county jail. Hammondis S

rtiU K'eUJTIICt'ti in Ocala. Saturday Money makes the mayor :go.teak ; CLicago, gust S.-When the |' still alive and may recover. .

urt< night an attempt was made to b A fool and his \\ifeare soon part;cd.doors of t' ri. .its Trust and Savings In .

.1 rot .Into. the residence of Ir.1.. C. Time and tide wait for no man-but Bank a: rock yards opened Thermopolisti'yo.Implicated Dynamite., August Outrage.8.-Marj ..- S

ttro time stands still for a"woman of 30. today about 15u rsons were in lice i -
'R&btolOln in the second ward, but the j shall Charles Hitt has arrested Geo. :: .
Tb) Amiss is as good as her smile. to withdraw deposits, continuing the )
Neville at a camp in! the hills and has 5
W sing of some one frightened the run begun on the bank yesterday. 1" .
i started with him for
Cody where he ;
ploy< [would-be robbers away. They were i The Weakness of the Flesh. \Tce President W. A. Tilden gays 1 he I I will be turned over to Sheriff ildw'? f S

trot Ue n and aro known to be white. "When I heard some of expected there would be withdrawal* Bell, of Telluride county Colorado. T .
my ads by the smaller |
.. depositors for
some OAvI
It P
Neville is charged with
they have not the strength to time. having been 3 S
crown Troy, a from implicated in the dynamite outrage on = /
negro St. do "We r- .
trbl so and so, said are prepared for every e
Representative: July 6 at
Independence, Colo., where
lateflb [Petersburg, was arrested yesterdayon John We&ley Gaines gency. he said, "and this demand[ so te .
of Tennessee, was formerly In the saloon bus
; thd Atlautio. Coast Line l'xcursion I little bothers us that, merely to i>show /
less. .
am reminded
of /
bash what Dr. Oliver our financial! strength. 1 will =ia
truth St. say :
pro Petersburg to St. Augustine
Wendell Commended I-
Holmes by Department.ner .
the we
&\fi< poet and wit, expect to make two large loam>
for selling liquor without a wrote to a committee today. We would not do that If we Washington, August Lieutenant I. OM F.rre+tCirn fiuo' Old Mm .
refusing to
ltolicence. accept Vogel Gesang, who commanded the I. CVa ?3 5... "Rtrie," W Rye SLlis1.
I He had quito feared< a run. Rye Mountain
a good supply invitation '.('4 ${.(14, Palley .
an to deliver to SLQ) ApplN
a lecture. ,. turret on the battleship Wisconsin, I 5 Iientu sky PridN and Peach 13raadl
ofhia etuck-iIt-trade when alTt'sted.. '
I am far from being in good physical Fillers of Poetry. which attained the highest merit ot I bend Plwtolflee of EIVrESS Bnwen.e t : R y :3, .

r by a special officer at Martin. He health', wrote the doctor, 'and am Puttenham in his "Arte of English any 12 or 13-inch electrical turret winning 3Irep Orders,

Iy trod taken before Commissioner Wil-! satisfied Poesie," erected two pillars of poetry th eprize for that class of turret I
if I
[ were offered a fifty In honor of Queen Elizabeth. Each! in the last annual traget practice, ha? I BOWEN &
lliams yesterday afternoon and his
icifc dollar bill after my lecture, I shouldnot pillar consists of a base of lines In been commended by the navy department i COMPANY i

to imiuary trial was set for this have strength enough to re fuse eight syllables shafts of four syllable for the zeal and ability displayed J 134
{morning.: it.' lines and a crown In the Same meteras as a turret officer. E. BAT ST, JAClififdI t

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r USA ELISABETH: nillUS. Local EJitsr THE BARBECUE. .I immense amount of supplies broughtinto A Sudden. Death. Netherlands Uses Our Product. Will Help the South Florida fair--1-, .s

. Florida from other states that Mr. G. S. Himes. of Sparr, who hasa Frank D. Hill, of Amsterdam, The general expression of opinion

f HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. should be at home. Netherlands in letter to the
produced room over the Ocala Seed store, says a
Sentiment Against a Fair for 1904- yesterday was for Marion to help out
Mr. L. T. Hendrix Morriston, died quite suddenly last night.He department of commerce:
I' r All Favor County Fair Next Year. the South Florida Fair this year and
t Hood Tipton, of St. Petersburg, is favored putting off until another year had been sick for several days "The bulk of the raw cotton used
: Every section of Marion county I use every effort to make it a big IUCo-
; visiting his father. the holding of the fair as a creditable and had employed an old by the Dutch manufacturers is imported -
r seemed to be represented at the bar- negro cess and next year begin early and
, exhibit could not be gotten togetheron woman to wait on him. Yesterday, from the United States while
The Jacksonville. Sun is soon to be becue yesterday. People began ar- have a fair in the fall that will reflect
; I such short notice.H. having some work to do at home she only a small percentage of East Indium
hbued as a daily. riving in the city early in the morn I inestimable credit upon her ;
k H. Whitworth also favored was all day and returninglast and Egyptian cotton finds its
ing and by Hi!30, the time set for away All favored having a fair and are
Mr. Charles Taylor is expected waiting until next year: for the fair. night at about 8 o'clock she way to the market. During the year
speaking in the grove on Fort King I committed to the idea that it promotes
Jr r home from Tavares today Mr. B. W. McDonald was called for found him lying on the bed and 190'2 the total quantity of raw cotton .
avenue, about a thousand people had and stimulates a rivalry in 4
and he also was in favor of waiting breathing heavily. Thinking he was imported into Holland amounted to
i: We have not had a rain for two gathered. i farming and leads to good mmlU, and J
until later for the proposed exhibition in a serious conditian she went for 39,553,267 kilograms ((87,017,137.4),
days-that is something remarkable. Colonel R. F. Rogers had been I not the least of which U iU .plendl .- -- lIe took occasion to express aid and met Mr. Don Mclverwho of which nearly one-fifth came direct
chosen the committee social features. a
by arrangement
f Mr. Osteen, a prominent turpentine I himself on the way Ocala treatedthe upon reaching the bedside saw that ly from the United States, the remainder -I I
as: master of ceremonies, and in a being imported either via The barbecue yesterday wa worth
operator Micanopy, is visiting in farmers near the city in impounding the man was dying. He immediatelysent I I
few words announced the obiect of Liverpool and Hamburg." I t a great deal more than it co t. '
Ocala. 'I: stock which insists on grazing on for Dr. Hood who came at once r
the gathering, viz: To discuss the 1 -
Mr. 0. L. Burdick, Missouri, is I the streets. Having used his alotted but too late to render any assistanceas --
matter of Marion county having a I II
visiting his daughter Mrs. time, the chairman asked Mr. McDonald death came in a few minutes after aa.J
fair this fall. Col. Rogers announced -
Little M.1'1 I to retire and give the othersan his arrival.
that each speaker would be given :I
1 opportunity which he reluctantly The will be embalmed
body today
Mr. Clarence Carlton, of Crystal five minutes in which to express his ;
t did claiming that he wanted to tell REMEMBERi
ts by Mr. Mclver and held until his
River is in the
city on a visit to his views on the subject.Mr. .I
more on the subject.Mr. relatives are heard from. ii
parents. _. Herbert A. Ford president of
----- I Z. C. Chambliss said that he
Rev. Sam P. Pittman will preachIn I the Ocala Fair Association was first i Will Live in Texas. SaturdayAug. 20 J
I was glad to see the unanimity with I I'I'I
the court house again tonight at called upon and expressed himself as which all spoke of wanting the fair ,I Mr. W. T. Wheeler has been elected -

8:30 o'clock. Everybody welcome.Mr. heartily in favor of the move to havea I 1 .,
and he favored it this president and general manager
though holding Is The Last Day of The
fair in Ocala and would do all in
Pearson Moody, of Jackson- fall if all wanted it next year so did the Sago-Wheeler Box Manufactur:: ""

his power to carry it to sucsess ing Co., located at Big Sandy, Texas,
ville, and Mr. Slowman Moody, of
should same be undertaken. and will leave for his home in j
Daytona are here visiting their This concluded the speeches and > new Big Mid-Summer
lion. H. W. Long made a short ad-
mother. the crowd was invited to step to the about two weeks.
dress in which he said that he I I
well filled tables and partake of the It is a big manufacturing concern
Mrs. John B. Floyd, and daughters thought the time between now and
good things there displayed consisting and is located in a splendid section of

who have been visiting at St. Augus- fall too short in which to get up a ot Kentucky burgoo, barbecued country.Mr. Clearance Sale I IAT 1

tine for some time past, have returned creditable exhibition of our products,
Wheeler will his
give ""
mutton, beef and pork pickles, cake
to their home at Irtine.Miss -. and suggested that same be held pies, etc. business in Ocala entirely and his

Lollie Baisden, who has been next year. Experience has taughtMr. The meat was all done to a turn friends will be glad to know that he THEBoston

Long that there is a great deal
the attractive guest of Mrs. Gordon and the burgoo was fine, thanks to will continue to make us frequent
of work attached to an affair of this
S. Scott for the past two weeks returned the experienced supervision of Messrs. visits.
r kind, and if there is a man in our
to her home at Live Oak yesterday. Geo. K. Robinson, Chas. E. Ball, and I We hope he will make as many
!- county who ought to know he is the Store.
Chef Perry Edwards. I friends in Big Sandy as he has madein .
L Mr. C. W. Whitesides, who has Also special mention should be I II Ocala.
Colonel L. P. )
Miller part owner
been spending the past month woo- I made of the following young gentlemen I Belleview vs Ocala. a
and manager of the )1 ill ford farm T11a41
ing the delightful mountain breezesof near Ocala favored waiting another I,. who lent their services to help The! baseball game yesterday between -

the "Old Dominion," returned make the barbecue the success thatit Belleview and Ocala was 4"f
season for our fair.
home was: Usher Norwood, Gordon Little wllessed: by a fairly good attendance --c
yesterday.Rev. )Ir. JohnT. Lewis, of Moss Bluff,
Selwyn Little Victor Little, ana resulted in a score of 6 to 2 in
M said be believed Colonel Miller's ideasas
W. C. Lindsay came up from Clarence Zewadski Olof Zewadski favor of the Ocala team. I WILL SELL YOU JI

Weir Park in hot pursuitof to waiting until another year for #
yesterday Ralf Robinson, Phil Robinson and Mr. Clifford Anderson played first

mosquito nets. He says the holding the fair met those of his com- John Hyman. : base for the Belleviews after the II I I AHOME

breezes are all right, but the mosquitoes munity.Dr. The barbecue was a success from third inning. I i
S. H. Blitch on being called to
oh !
my beginning to end, and' though many The battery for Ocala was Yogt FOll .\ L1TTLK MflllK Til.IX
express the wishes of the Blitchton
4 Mrs. Sarah II. Harris, mother of were in hopes that the sentiment of and Liddell; for Belleview Hopkinsand 1'/I1.tRE )1.\"IXO
section said he did not know] what
Harris of Panasoffkee the meeting would be that the fair Barrett.
Mr.James A. ,
the sentiments of'the community
t is the summer with should be held this f all.all seemed to be Pratt Morris and.Frank Harris, jr., FORRENT
who spending
were but that personally he thoughtthe
celebrated her I satisfied with the verdict as expressedby umpired the game. ,
relatives Georgia
time too short in which to make :
the speakers. The Ocala Juniors will play the
b5th birthday yesterday. showing this season.
a good
-- -- next game at Belleview, but the date

I T Instead of u asting" your neighbor I Vajor Priest of Daisy, upon being. Esrtias- has not yet been fixed. J. Starr Sternberger
the bile fluid and thus
Renders more .
for not having his sidewalk in a pass- asked what his section thought of --- --- -----
the blood to flow it affords
helps ;
able condition, go out after a rain the matter said he did not know but Stoj that Csigh; : I
prompt relief from billiousuess, indi- WILL EXPLU.V II01V.
and look at your own and see if a thought now was as good a time as gestion, sick and nervous headaches, When a cough a tickling or an irritation -

wagon load or two of good material: any for holding the fair. and the over-indulgence in food and in the throat makes you feel 20 ; Moil) Street. Phone 116.OCALA .

r would not improve it.'o Mr. M. L. Payne representing the drink. lIerbine acts quickly, a dose uncomfortable, take Ballard's Hore- LORIIA..

i Flemington section, grew eloquent in after meals will bring the patient intoa hound Syrup. Don't wait until the .

The burning of Gov.Jennings in effigy telling of the splendid exhibit he pro- good. D.condition Caldwell in Agt.a few M.days.G. K. and. T. disease has gone beyond control.Mr. : ; Houses cid) Lots For Sale and lent l :

hecause he reprieved Cooper just be- posed having from his part of the and Mrs. J. A. Anderson 354
R. R., Checotah; Ind. Ter., writes,
fore he was to have been executedat materialized. West 5th St., Salt Lake City, Utah,
county when the April IS, 1902: "I was sick for over ,..

Arcadia was an ill-advised and ill- I! During Mr. Ford's remarks he produced two years with enlargement of the the best medicine for coughs and -

considered affair and it will not be I a large ear of corn to show liver ane spleen. The doctors did me colds. We have used it for several !

who participatedin no good and I had given up all hopeof years: it always give me immediate
long before T. W. SMITH GO.
what could be grown right here near being cured when my druggist ad- relief is very pleasant and ferfect ,
ashamed of it.
it will be heartily Ocala. Mr. Payne created quite a vised me to use Herbine. If has mademe satisfaction." 25c, 50s, and 100. ----DAELERS IN- --- ,

the commit- good deal of merriment by saying if sound and well." 50c. Sold byAntiMonopoly Sold by the Anti-Monopoly DrugStore
.. Mr. R. W. Holliday,
the Eureka precinct he had known that Mr. Ford was go- Drag Store. m m HARDWAREAGENTS
teeman from ---- -

was in Ocala yesterday and made ing to bring that ear of corn on the Club Meeting. A Good Business College.

this office a pleasant call. He says ground he would have brought with The M. and L. club met with Miss We wish to -call the attention of S FOR THE

is visiting her him a few specimens of 18 inch ears our readers to the advertisement of
that Mrs Holliday I Frances Chambers and the afternoonwas "Old Hickory" Wagon.Let .

mother in Ohio and will remain just as a comparison. He favored enjoyed by all present. The the Florida Commercial College Tampa -

about two weeks. On her return she waiting until another year for hold- minutes were read by Elizabeth Xew- Fla. This institution has been in Us Furnish You Prices on Building Materials. _

will top over at Newberry to visit ing the fair. som, acting secretary in place of successful orperation several years Ocala Florida.

her son, Mr. S, B. Maun. Mr. J. M.:: Barco was then introduced Marguerite Porter. It being a musi- and has an established reputation for
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and made a short talk in which he cal afternoon Bach the father of thorough work. salaries of book- -

The following parties returned from said that he favored county fairs in keepers and stenographers in Tampaare
music studied. At the next
late Wednesday afternoon was PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34.
St. Augustine preference to btate fairs, believingthat meeting which will be at Lucile excellent and the F. C. C. placesall

: Mrs. W. J. Lohrig and child-W. the people derived greater bene- Standley's, Adele Bittinger, will be of its graduates in good positions. We are prel'1red to fur.

rhn, Mrs. Kingmau Mrs George fits therefrom. As he has been con- critic. The program is as follows: Write for their special low rates theyare OCAlA nib OCALA

Martin, {Messrs. Royal Cole, F. D. nected in one way or another with a Whittier's childhood and youth- now offering. .

Poober, Sid Whaley, Asher Frank, great many state fairs he is in a position Elizabeth Newsom. ICE Ec : 1 ICE &
Death of Mr. Colborn.
Moses Liddell and
Charlie Moore, to know. While he favors )la- Whittier as a man-Sara Davis. PACIIHG PACKING
Zewadski received the
Hon. W. K.
All report having
Mw. S. R. Pyles. rion's fair he thinks the time
county Whittier as a poet of nature-Adele
following telegram yesterday: On notice at COMPANY
had a good time. and ready for COMPANY, short tiDY
for arranging getting Bittinger. MICHIGAN CITY; LVD., Aug. 11.- poInt city or state

We are in receipt of a neatly got this fall too short. To what great event in history did t. W. K. Zewadski Ocala Fla.Ir..

ten up book containing the fifth an- Mr. L. S. Light,of Reddick said he !,I Whittier devote his energies? Was I! Colborn morning. died very F.suddenly C. CARSOX.Mr. :this. I PHONE .34 WATCH FOR :ME BLUE WAGON I PHONE\ 34.floiMERCIAL .

of the superintendent of believed that the fair could be made as he. in favor of organized slaveryLucile -
nual report ...
Colborn spent his winters in .,
big a success this season as next. He .
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works.It -
the Charlotte, N. C., water Standley.Was I -
Ocala and was interested in the big
contains besides a full report of said he wanted a Marion county fair, Whittier as well educated andas

business of the water and would rather go to a fair held in great a poet as Longfellow and I lumber mill at Silver Spring.His .

the year1 Ocala with an exhibition of our local have studied death is deplored by the many
works a number of engravings of Tennyson, whom we COLLEGE I
friends he made here.
pretty landscapes in and around products than to go the St. Louis :Minnie Stovall. tr r ,

Mr. Chas. 11. .Campbell fair. His slogan is "educate and :\IaudIullerIs there a lesson to The Death Penalty. \ V/
Charlotte. TAMPA FLORIDA.C7R { .
teach each other" and he thinks the sometimes results in I
the superintendent, .was for years be learned from this poem-Hope A little thing

superintendent of our water works, best any only place to do so successfully Robinson. death. Thus a mere scratch, insignificant Combined Scholarship in Business and Shorthand, Onlyft ':

friends will be is in the county fairs. He wants to cuts or puny boils have paid i Time Unlimited. Mail Courses Free. Write Today yW. "
and his many Ocala It is wise to have
well in know how to improve on the methods'I Mrs. Gordon S. Scott will be the the death penalty. I Positions for all graduates. Cheap board. Finest penman in Florida. Gregg

3 glad to learn that he is doing Florida and believes hostess of the Daughters of the Con- Bucklin's Arnica Salve ever handy. Shorthand. Touch Typewriting Send for special offer for Fan Term Tha ::
for raising
and will
It's the best salveon earth ,
North Carolina demand for our graduates exceeds the supply. Individual instruction to all
that at home is the place to federacy at their regular monthly I prevent fatality, when Burns, Sores,
students. Be sure and'address us as follows:
4 O n\l\ TAR dissiminate this information. He meeting Friday afternoon, at 3:30 i Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25c, *

FOL CWS'\\; :. ...,. ?ro. .,Pneumonia cited some statistics to show the o'clock. at Ty dings & Co. Drug Store m I l P. O. Box 3S5. B. MAUMX;A. B., Business If gr.
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... The ifobBe Segfeter give* evidence But from death which sooner or, A recent issue of Back
72ASZ Z1123,2i.s..iT. :, I article which is of Hump
I We are dtew r OK- very !mot tie ea- of a sfeeere return to "safe and sane" laver gfofrgs as all there is no possible Son contains an
?, 7 lAVTK&i, 2lils eu X1 I I take
h --- -- -- *+ oft Parker aad+ tie St. Loan democracy by the foHowteg empfeatse escape From birth the special interest and we pleasure If( :
-- ---- -- I! I it. The article says: .COTTSCMUUJOH woo't nuke a
j I pfatfM1a; it oaretfartafcearlame; advke: apcroacfe of death is a> certain and in reproducing
straihtnehher it maker
I Sam back
I:, if we fail to estiHise as eotbssiaatia 5natdr MeLamin, of Wf-isissippl, a: nnt."t' ; ing:iS the flow of time. As f Rev. W. J. Carpenter,of KaY nauh I 3 short kg long bet It fads soft hone 1srorr
returned from rd heals fixated bw* and {if
Methodist church, has ith
early Soma others we b6yom' says the democratic parr? can win if die taper from the Instant: it b li_ht-
1ey r; ? few $cnuillC means of recovery wand
I t:1
' II i I. Vie, blends .aM sseatreres of democrat will eea=e abasing: Bryan ed. is being consumed, ?o with every: l visit to south Florida, and is de- r.,:dl bone eoiuumpUon.

!I tfce prey will be jest as its nt and Hearst. If the abase is coma heart-throb from tae moment we an I tihtedrim; that section of the r' 1 seed&: lor Rowe tree-pIe.,

II II I! W'i9k K a;; p
- I staaeea di-a:!eetcd and refuse to vote the poet says, 'Oar birth is nothing ;|[ "finest on earth." .
)mrrn #
We oecnpf a pear if.t.. aa 9i- the f&eantz presidential eieetioc. The bat our death begun.' Generation II I visited"the section where the I -- -

,. banaqtr poitoo1t advice is well timed. Both B r>
I t sit-- I k remesafcefed e< eo se Jiat weK and Hearse have adopted a peculiar one process being impossible without on south to Punta Gorda, I TAMPA, FLA., Aug.. l-flt!

Sffr1'NK BASJC -, g2LJ'ZVI l'i wft hearty and -eienaoa-i way of supporting the ticket, hot, the other, and both necessary to the I there are to be found many fine I' To the Kdttor or the oats Ba Br

fflUtI AT THE TOP WZLL ABtE TO I syitepaiby with Ute Ctoeao and ran after all is aid, they are :;sapporarj con llaarion of the nee. Neither I groves. In DeSota county there The South Florida Fair movrm.-nt,

T1EL CAKE[ A' TH2f.?E.V 3, HA3fM I ;fas C7 ptatforaw and hold Bryan in it, antis are emitted to credit for doing can be ah.M & Y'erllunt'siboth3re. are some of the finest groves in the inaugurated in Tampa by Jlr. T. J, L.

'74JCI:" TA5I IX TH2 BARB ;: tbe same aSeetiooate sad firing veneratkM what they nod themselves able to do, ... .. '. .. Before all of us sandI[ I!I state. All that aection of country is Brown, is being met with a dtffrt It

8&&M WITH 7HR eOMMOSf; PEOPLE a; the early demoerafo heM and aBoeJd not be abssed far not doing veiled in inpenetrable shadows the I i I!I fast tilling up,many people from other ,interest and encouragem tlwmtrti-
at+rfe fWt rWKT WILL BZ JfADE FOR iI
tK* ft.f>IE XE.XT OF TMA8E AT THEFKWAY. J tei aDd Jaekon; a..i the arhiiido .,, more. We remember how bard it I dark: portals of exit from this brief :;!I: parts of the state going there, and i .: out South Florida ami elw( wbe"thai
I IeThtEnee 'I
a tgylerx. ized Clay, and the repabiira D.oiLieeoIa. was for some democrats to sspporrMr. ; and through these portals i;'numbers, from other states, all and are I is almost remarkable, and it b.vidnt

_- n' "_--_ __,__-_ .- Grant aAd Blame. Bry n, and we have a fellow feeling we ee our friends and comrades i: 'delighted with it. To the east of Arcadia that the fair will be the jpmtMt ..uI.

AUGUST, tt, ISM. Haria for him I there is section of fine in the history of the eta st.
( 5iUg piens 0{ prafee and now that he b in oarfonaer vanish one by one until we. too, follow a orange cess

.r employed colds of lore in deteee e I I position with regard to the them, into the silent land, I I land where guava bushes were neve'rkilled The offical of Ute Atlantic ('.*<

at A Little Belaud/ for Florida.Wtt ef she tree and unlimited emsage of candidate condoning, if not approving whither have ;one countless millions and where beans grow all win Line, Sea Board Air Um and otb. r

r4I'Ii i I 1'h of......Mart MtiM...... slier at the ratio of U to 1 in I'-M and erring to find reasons why since' man appeared upon this gobs 'I' ter and were not injured during the great railway systems baf.a.. a..tb.
.......pteaMvet oVar,
ae Vc taMk.*r* .p'..** nfe art 1904 we feel ahao-st fike a sbeepm the party candidate should receivethe .Nature, the inscrutable andmnte big freeze. the directors of in movement rat.*.

MSt I AM..dt.fs.e. : earl* ear.ettmted. aooneiiig arttaorntg: it in 19
e --ms.I-GaM- !! *t AggeaLJaskann.fAe ? m taote two memorable The abuse for the most part U indulged of she innumerable millions Col. T. J. Watkins, and was shownover will also run cheap rate exemioM to
1&1 1
00ap ba. op to e. eampaknw stretrooasly advocatedgraduated a in by the New York; newspapers of human beings whom she has the finest grove in the state of every point in South Ffcxrfak to owfe-r

.4 plat3t hi IM haeitaA leases. iacoaetax a-; the fairestof which newspapers supported upborne and nurtured in the past; I Florida. It is one mile long, half milewide that homeseekers may haw an opportunity

fk.JoftnMr-Pnb Taylor aD taxes and the least hcrtM of Mr. McKinley in the [last campaign, but, as fresh and vigorous as ever I and counts about 12,000. Hew has of visiting stets reetltsnn.
race MJyMIU6uJ.
any we feel almost:a.* iasfasta as and are now for Judge Parker. Their s h. continually welcoming nee I sold his comingcrop for 25000. The For the purpose of canryiafoot chi
+ Kt agata wooing atHymB9 I
P alter. BMAtard seed in keeping quiet aboot arguments may be thought to be as comers to her domain of mixed good grove is about one-third irrigated.He fair, the South Florida Pair A..oei..

t it OOW' fed ra carrying New York and other and evil, joy and sorrow, to tread the I has thirty varieties of oranges tion, compose of a hand)** of th*
SMH of the r twMle Partner and
i'r J Realizing; how much cheaper than eastern states for democracy, butthese routine of life, as if it were some- I and grapefruit. Some of the trees leading men and ladies of Sooth Flor-
i'U lsseltat@t are mad with
i'r aeors.apers American consumers the_ farmers newspapers have a large outside thing novel inexperienced before. will bear from thirty to forty boxes of ida, has been organize*!, awUlMae
BIJIR toeasae he relate bolt
i't -- abroad bay American manufactured circulation, and what they say isarousing I Chas. Underwood. fruit. The proprietor is uptodatein committee of thirty will at ow!

J)( ic par to acquire character- : goods, we have an along stood flat- resentment in the west and everything and uses improved ma- raise Tampa $10,000 to be dhrtrihttted -

,'_ weaftfe a trA property, which no I tooted and uncompromisingly free the south. It would be wise for themto Candidate Davis' Age. chinery. It is kept clean and beautiful. to the various coufrffea, fcftww MM!

0 diMAte? or mife>rtaoe tan wreck or trade, and find it eicrociaiicg; to our I drop the subject entirely.-The Some objection is being made to I exhausted all my adjectives. individuals as prizes for tibittU. of

m rule conscience to modify our views one Pensacola Journal. Mr. Davis, the democratic candidate before I walked a hundred yards. Iis t every character, agrieoitaw-,.*l,

Itt flslatetfllr Li making stead prog- iota on the vexed question of the Art igzrsssiva; Fight for vice president on account of his the prettiest sight I ever saw. industrial, commercial, lift rfuefc,
tariff. age. This objection is not valid Mr.
ttA+. Within the pat five months "\f'e will fight in every state wherewe Colonel Watkins has also twentyacres poultry, and in fact evwythtaf of
t We do Davis, as all know who enjoy his
e b twelve new tore buildings have been not crave the distinction ofieing believe we have any chance of personal in nursery stock, containing value that is procured Ia Flerife.

baAt and All an Achilles sulking; in his tent, acquaintenance, is exceptionally about 160,000 trees.
s are occupied.Tfce winning say Democratic National young Endorsements board of ooon-
bokfng and well preserved for one of his age
C feeling mean and
Chairman Taggart. The Word is Growing Better. ty commissioners and other fawning -
.r eomml* wner: of Crown Land inconsolable.We So one would guess him more than
This is the plan of the democratic and business orgaaiaatloan ...
.n "Hanging, remarked a judge, His
that doubtless
reforU production of nicklela want to be in fine with seventy feels younger
r d our national campaign, reduced to a sen than disappearing from the world,and it is coming in every day each appeaeii
To offset I
year of party and stand with head erect and any argumentthat II
s tence. Upon that line active warfare well. It is a sign that the world is I a committee to aid la the aaoltlreet.
n t lay rerioa* }ear. The total waaten be no laggard In the ranks. will may be made against: his age it I :
begin next weekender the and each of the fotiowteg ooetfetfatt ill
generalship growing better. is
Hanging too cruel
Otrrr must be
m *, valued at !,19),6'8. We want to give our remembered that his nomi
party a loyal, of Chairman Taggart;: assisted nation I a practice to continue to exist among expected to be preheat by aa effl4tkis

d n. r.tlJt1lavfJIt-, the tilde s t unquestioned support, so we seek the i by William F. Sheehan and other office to encourages join the aspirants for high I enlightened peoples. that will attract hom t j>; Marion
IaMt4 or freo thought paper In the crave the sympathy of our i powerful aides in the west not yet In 1596 the democratic party. i I I "I was reading Samuel Rogers the Volusia, Levy, Cferfe, Stet,
brethren partnomi
. c' of the i
v .I w81W, Ate ens{te used for the want of press. selected. nated a presidential I other day and came upon a passage Lake, Orange, Httfoaado, Facets, Mk, 4
: Teach to candidate wh i
as and
if fail
: atn, aCe.( Greater and greater re- we Besides Sew York, Indiana, SewJer.ey. was only thirty.six:1 its othat! impressed me and I jotted it down. Hillsborough, Manatee I : Dtgoto, Ut
to enthuse and
KjfWe* Wr l ee led to its death. get all aflame all at Conneticnt .
and Illinois, idential candidate \ice-pres-I i The judge opened a pocketbook and Monroe, and Oceoia.
don't eighty
us, at least
j not
where the main fight is to be made, I read the following item The time for hofciteg thfc Mr to
dent from
fl Sow the orange industry U tom too severely: for our slowness. from the record that there a I this

bag back to )1& Colorado, Utah, IdahoIontana., forty-four in reearly I; English author: Tampa has been ehaiigwi fear Oatohtr
1 i o ) Geo. H. Fair- Nature mast have her way and years every s
1 1t back .aah WH> Florida Fruit Ex- her course Her laws cannot be Nevada Wisconsin, Nebraska and life during which he is eligible to a When I was a lad I recollect seeing to November 14-2, '..''ft. 1'w.'
s Wand are said by democrats the a whole cartful of railroads are expvefii fig tohrtag. thousands
dssaga place
rtHtl1amzed. Maj. Fairbanksjr changed nor forced. The child be on national ticket. What young girls, in
' sex' former *i walk. !l0
r ... afterward it may run. Michigan L* being consideredby opportunity?-Com moner.Cleveland t!It! way to be executed at Tyburn They- states and every tau awl lrurllt lit

FT enthusiastic followers of Parker asa -- i i had all been condemned South Florida should lerlaeeel tlmte.
c4tr aka wffi almont, We on one indictment
dam hope to
only go go through these several
possible field for Will Do His
fight Duty I
tl so encouraging for having been selves in securing good .ttldkNa.
ocratk. The rufmblfean is !stages of concernedin
governor development as the If Mr. Bryan will
were the carry Nebraska for the
y report brought in by I (that is
r. tax p'pfflarM awl th8 national adminsto campaign progresses, and if not able Daniel J. Campau, the national democratic render valuable ticket he will prove that he can still perhaps, for having been A jelly industry has been Mrtd at
committeeman service to his spectators of) the
tnHotJ iM.faver. The Dietrick to lead we hope at least to manage to party.ttlattajournal burning of some McClenny.
from that state.
4 rlt eesnddal. are Kit forgotten.-Jamea C. keep up with the swiftest in the race Two states which have been And if Cleveland will address himself houses during Lord George Gordon's -
regarded riots.It
P Mm.R, r m lu min from Nebrtuka. before its dove to the task of was quite horrible. Grevillewas
t as !surely republican have been carrying New Jersey 1
e We can !say one thing at least flatfooted placed by these hopeful workers it may atone for some of his present at one of the trials consequent -
-- on on those
ot h.u twice voted for tariff and with head erect, and it u the doubtful list. These are Wisconsin shortcomings.-Ocala Banner. And boys riots and heard several fl flt

oI rt. awl I this: Come weal, come since sentenced, to their own excessive
1S rm on+e for a democratic woe; whetherba.iking and Colorrdo. New Jersey has gone I

.. prPel+isat. I Miv that both ttateItekt4 under the smile of victory or --- democratic every time since "amazement, to be hanged.
\k u4 aattofW of the democratic frown of defeat; whether living in There is Just One of 'Em in Florida( 1S78, even in 1S84, until 1598, how ,j said Greville, "did I see

a patty wits wi 'in this fall.Tt one state or moving into another, we A Kansas paper tells of a man who much of a task would Mr. Cleveland.I boys cry so."

!II ***.. K. lS'1aFJSaUonal commit shall never desert the democratic was caught out in the woods during atorm. have this year had the events of 1596 "Only a few generations ago," said '

I.t tfotoMaR frowUMMoeratkM tiV"l-eon4n. party. As long as there i.i a plank to s He did'nt want to get wet not transpired? It is richness! in the the judge, closing his pocketbook,

.. -- stand on we hall be found on the and the only dry place he could finwas d extreme for the editor of the Banner "such horrors as has happened. A

II huea.plendidchancelrearryt'atNorrelz. craft. a hollow log. The rain lasted a to ask Mr. Cleveland to I I! few generations hence I am satisfied
_' The help undo :j: that
growing popIiIiIUoa couple of hanging will have
We say: this because we feel that hours when the fellow decided the work of the fomer and his I entirely disappeared -
. asso-! I
i the vote of California a the hope of free government in the that he had better be going dates; but no doubt Mr. Clevelandwill I from the face of the earth.
flcttttix .. *ad the way the indef home. "Here and there
United He tried to for
States and throughout the extricate himself, do his whole duty. society's sake

. KMti'ar "... wfftg tbas will go the world demands that the democratic- but found the softwood had swollen i it may always be necessary to put
......-M. F. NatIonal I CO 'RmCTEIJ. I death
Tarfy, Com-
party shall live! and he could not budge a peg! There If he shall all will be for certain insane human bein t.a t

: t....sewasaa-hasp Califr tia.It Democracy's New alone in the deflate wood many ED' BAXXEE. ien'-I with a mania for murder. We w.

Mr. FU.*.r tknratond his East The Louisville Leader. miles away from the nearest habitation ---. --- not sentence these unfortunates- too-- I

. 0M.c KaU",1io Key West that city speaking of Thomas Courier-Journal, the poor man lay thinking of Florida is Prosperous. I hang, though, and then let them pace

till teeth buotnii tee "Gem of the of the National Taggart, Chairman all the mean things he had done, Strangers who have occasion to I a sell day and night in torture, fear S

I fMf." It will W the greatest winter Democratic Committee and all at once it dawned upon him travel down the east coast cannot fail and dread for months, knowing the ,5ci
: He is I
says a good rifle shot
ftoMrt IB th. worid that he had read his to notice the air of precise moment when they
:i'f while from a cornmwrial a good horseback rider county paper prosperity that are to he
smokes cigars killed
*Uadt*Jirt it will outstrip ,takes drink three years without paying for it, pervades nearly every town and city I mercifully without telling
j O..w The Panama Canal will one, like to drive fast horses, tells wants and then refused to take it out of the I along the line. What is! true of the I I them, we will poison them with a

s1w aM a postoffice. It made him feel east coast is! likewise true painless narcotic, put in
I'M" U Key W *t'. corn lot of good stories so small of the west their food at

1 .......& i.-(Jalne[ \illeSun.l and enjoys life that he crawled out of the log without coast counties, and, for that matter, I night, that will throw them into a
thoroughly, and, it be HUMORSof
may hasa I
-- further di.i of all parts of the deep, pleasant
I- V<'i;qty. state. That such sleep from which
Aar+uriMsu .. an official statement felicitous knack of spoiling his political is the case should cause I will never awake." they
Je.t opponent's enjoyment of life. Another Man Made Famous. on
vWJItl\kt'tJ, l.HO.lil: bicycle the part of Goodness begets
--- every loyal resident goodness
of ,
1 We
La..d in France in I9UI, being 103,431 Florida's Summer Climate. note that u heroic barber at Florida. ment begets! the Skin
-West Palm Beach refinement and
TropicalSun. and in time Scalp Speedily
tr Oyster
r m ar* than in 19X!. The departmentHe The temperature in Florida Bay, who threw a negro from the good will

of ( Seine (Paris) bad the largest: the summer months is as cool during as in his shop recently,has already become -- .-- and the.. "kingdom triumph of over heaven"the evil, Cured by Baths with

i llUMtJt"-r (JH,: vi): and Corsica the any of the southern states,and cooler famous. Communications are pour A Vary Bit Compliment reign upon the earth. will

J MnaNnt 4337) The number motor than In most of them. The heat is ing in and he is now more of a cele There is never a dull, uninteresting Fiends, In human

t f,.fIH wu 19.SJ8, and of automobilesJMS8. seldom excessive in the shade, and brity, because more recent, than the paper issued from the Ocala Banner and laws! will all shapes, and forms, ( UTICURA

f. the sea coast resorts afford opportu- immortal chambermaid whom the office. There is always something i world will become disappear and the

t nity for recuperating at moderate world delights to honor. The laurels in the Banner worth .any man's the so good that even a
It U due preachers
Senator Fairbanks to cost during the will not
I say warmest"months of war
the against
\ barber has gained once more ad perusal.-Punta Gorda Herald. it.
r that hi* 'j<' 'ch of acceptance was aturkrr. the year.-Gainesville Sun. In Soap to cleanse
Switzerland the
monished us that concrete kn of cru ti
; The R. o. )>. elephant after Where the Vice-President Drew the The heights by great men reached and kept According to reports in German pa made with hollow beams floors are and scales, and soften the tfetk-

the fir,.t few sentences endeavored to Line. Were not attained by easy flops. pers, the practice of giving long credits one part which are tntd cuticle, rtntk apptkatJeM! et
hit I But they,while their companion slept has been cement to one of CUTICURAOintmeat
cooceal bllbhf'l with hLi capacious Henry G. Dads may come to Chic-' Were throwing blacks from barber steadily growing in Sin sand. They can coarse to -
f shops allay
i ran, but a bit later bad to hoist an ago to make a campaign speech. He -N.O. TimesDemocrat.A gapore. The practie was started by as much support four time tnfUmnuUon Itcl nr. irritation, a 8d
weight and
r wnbrella to ward off the shower of declines, however to German in porters and is now generally as wooden beams hut and soothe awJ
walk here from town is are fire proof and mild doses of CUTICVRA
t oratorical bouquet the statesman West always a live town or a followed by easily placed. Be. Pills to
got Virginia merely for the purpose dead English houses ins hollow, cool and ckamc the; Uead.
town they
l JUt of hU ynteca when he warmed of exhibitieg hisgor.Chfcago .i just as its business men Long credits are not merely extended tremea of heat protect against ex. A mgU Set, etUor but Me i

f; op- 'etv York Telegram. Record-Herald. elect to make it.-Leesburg Com to European houses, but Chinese and cold, and may be I Dollar, b often suf fident te cn
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1_ -- -- THE OCALA BANNER ,.. ....._
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lleuat$ for Senator A
to Make I
Several state newspapers have noted Money Some Vacation I A flew Potato-A Prolific Yielder. FORMER SEN VEST i \NVVVVV\lVVVr.lV\N-.MN :

'the: fart that lion. W. A. Blount, of To the iMitor of the Ocala Banner Rivaling the Irish potato in flavor,

{Vnsarola, has been mentioned as auewwor At the last exceeeing it in production, and fur- x

po-1bte to United States |!I I Press Association meeting held in of Jacksonville the Florida nishing at the same time from its CLAIMED BY DEATH ,! l lr

,e1Wt 8 H. Mallory, on the expirao I!I May 20, premiums were offered to the blossom an exquisite perfume, a new i

( that gentleman's, potato is being exploited in France. f i
tWn presentVb1k amount of
$150 by Mr. E. 0. Painter, Ha Had Been ill For Quite a
Thornwell Hayes United States
president of the E. 0. Painter Ferti- con- Number of Weeks. r }

\ any agitation. of the matter lizer Co., as follows: $75.00 cash for sul at Rouen has reported it to the

ijr )* Uy tie nqjanlwl as premature I', the best article, historical and descriptive state department. Mr. Hayes says THE END CAME PEACEFULLY. 4Y of Mr. Ulount'it name. i!|I t of the E. 0. Painter FertilizerCompany's that this vegetadle was introduced J}

|.$l Ifcto arty day, may l he considered,;': buisness; "().OO for the from the banks of the river Mercedes Ex-Senatcr'8 Family and Many Warm

an fc .tk ti m of tho trend of public second best and y>5'00 for the third Uruaguay and distributed in Friends Were Around the Bedside
France .
by Col. Ileckel, director of
f'ltwon in that MH-tlon of the state best. The articles When the Angel of Death Claimed
are to
appear in the
Institute of Marseilles.In .
talA whence. Mr.I 13nOr1t successor the different publications Him. ) em
during the its original state the tubercle is
-- f to 111f'ri| >d to come, and wheredfetingui first week in October payment of very bitter but Dr. Heckle pro- St. Louis August 10.-A special to

*)!**! gentleman who hast premiums to be made the first The Post-Dispatch from Sweet f I
Jweekn nouoces the results of' four years of
-t ..m mentioned resides.tor Novmoer.Mr. Springs Mo., says:
experiments with it as marvelous. In After lying for weeks between life
I e Mallory may 1 U a candidate D. Redmond
of Greenland, an the same soil the yield is greatly su- and death Former Senator G. G. Vest

..........kMI. He hat made a most honorary member of the Association perior to that of the ordinary potato. passed peacefully away today. He i THE "BLAIiESLEE"GAS :

f*w4tfU rwwrd anal enjoys the respect i a to be the judge. had been so near death for the past
The Early Rose in one instance
aad.os A4eiw of hlit'Onltitu'nb. not The length of the article is not to be gave three days that the end: came without Stand Supreme for Simplicity, Economy <>f Oper
3,000 pounds to the acre; the Ameri- a struggle. He was conscious l
In hk home section' but through less than fifteen ation.
hundred words hI'o. ....
nor can Marvel 3,000 pounds and this until > u n. Rf'm'Uy morning, WHITE-BLAKESLEE: CO Birmingham: ,
taM mh' But he will have envyf more than five thousands words. new species 8,500-Iiami Newsr when he sank into a state! of coma, J. P. CA tPBELL State Representive Agent.

hi* Mfofld term at the expira- The above offer was accepted by --- I > Ocala Fla.

ot the | rt etit one, and his place the Association; and I sincerely hope Sick Headache.

trill to .ij>wi to any one who wishes that enough competitors will enter to "For :several years my wife was >AAA AMAM.f.oNItA .
troubled with what .
c.Nir the l'JOntt-t.t. If Mr. Blount make it intU:sting. physicians called O
sick headache of a very severe p
iten4op aspiration for the It is the first prize of the kind ever character. She doctored with several II

be wowd not be confronted byany offered to the Associatoin and should eminent physicians and at a great I TboseAwjullkadacbesAre

tpwkHH objection that Senator be encouraged. \Ir. Painter stated expense only to grow worse until she i

aBory ** "eiUltlrtl" to another that this factory would be open at was unable to do any kind of work. sure Indications of some form of stomach
I About a year ago she began taking biliousness bad liver. Malaria t
[term. any time to the members of the Association F trouble, or a will ;
I Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver next overtake you. Don't risk it, and aboro all,
'1\'.. A. Ulrunt I U too well known i and that he would take Tablets and today weighs more than I \ doa't take cabmel or quinine-both arc dangerooi

niigMxit the state to neany in- pleasure in showing them through the she ever did before and is real well,"

or commendation. He works and will also give them such says Mr. Geo. E. Wright of New \ HERBINEhas

I London New York. For Sale .
sands the bar of Florida I information he could by the J -
at as its ac- as for their ar- .a :
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m all their virtues--ono of their
ner'"IJCfd head He has served thepeol4e ticles. Applications for information deadly effects. HEROINE ; _
'' regularly will forestall headache,
of thU 'Ount-and of the should be mailed direct to Mr. E. 0. A Remarkable Sentence.A unTOB VEST. ..' digestive org.lIljln perfect coadl put

W.t -l. state senator with signal Painter at Jacksonville. philologist quoted the other day from :which he never aroused.At tion Head off biliouaneis. headach**, t
liver ills, keep in health.
..Wt1lfl1 Indicates a desire Hoping that this'letter will bring a this sentence: the bedside when the end came i yon n
lor further political preferment, theoentlc liberal response from the members of "Sator arepo teret opera rotas." was his wife Dr. Jarvis, the family 50o & Bottle AH Drngttlzt3
physician; Senator Vest's son, A!ex.
I jHOple of Florida will the Press Association I am, He paused impressively. He re wader; his daughter Mrs. George P. _

bow bow to reond.| -Tallahassean.InparUnt Yours respectfully peated the sentence as a clergymandoes B. Jackson and her husband and Mrs. For Sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

T. J. APPLEYARD his text. Then he resumed: Thompson, a niece of Mrs. Vests. I I I --
as Geological The remains will be taken to St
Survey. Fla.
Secy. Press Association. "That is the most remarkable
sentence -
Louis for Interment in the private eat ,
United State Geological Sur- he:ratisa, in the world; for besides good of Mr. A. A. Allen vice president and The Portable Saw Mill is the Coming Mill.

try, through its division of Hydro sense, it reads the same way back general manager of the Mlssiourl,
When painso irritation exist on any OUR MILL IS THE .
Economic, ha commenced an in- Kansas and Texas railroad.
part of the body the application of wards and forwards and furthermore

te.tlgiUen into the character of thezsaltm Ballards Snow Liniment gives prompt the first letters of each of the
of the utate of Georgia and relief. E. W. Sullivan House El Reno five words spell the sentence's first MilL.

forkla. The ventilation will in- 0. T., writes June 6, 1092: "I
word; the second tetters the second Mrs. Ogden Goelt Victim of $200,000
take pleasure in recmmending Bal- It is a portable mill that is really portable. Makes
t tale Ww ground waters, or those word the third letters the third Jewelry Robbery. perfect
lard's Snow Liniment to all who are I ; New York August 10.-Sirs. Ogden lumber. Capacities?OpO to 15,000 feet per day.
cnilag from well and springs, and afflicted with rheumastim. It is the word, and so on to the end. GoeTt according to The American Is

Ut artue water, or those which only remedy I have found that gives "Also" he went on, "if you take the victim of a $200,000> Jewelry ro5- N1ir i

Blow to river immediate relief." 25c, 50c, 100.: the; last letters of each word begin bery reported to have! occurred In

Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drng Newport last June.
I The efcarfcHer of Georgia and ning at the end and proceeding to
Store. m- Although all knowledge of the casa
[LF1141 rlatratt'rat In general Ij 1 com para- ward the all the ,
-- - --- front you spell Is denied by the Rhode Island authorities I I..

ft*) unknown. Watermelon Syrup Delicious. words again-'sator" first, then 'are- it is said Mrs. Goelet has just .

< A '.%. anal)"* *? have been made forfSjial In York county Virginia they are po,' and finally 'rotas." come to this city from Ochere court, _

until making watermelon syrup, which is hw summer home at Newport and f ii
| wjw, but recently It is not known who composed: this
said to be rich and soft in taste andis actively engaged in aiding the detectives.
t! or AH'R1Itt| ha* been made to latin sentence. Whoever it was he .

|Make A careful ..urnof the general as good as it sounds. The south certainly performed a very difficult The published list of missing gems

iatf '*joy of these states. sends the earliest watermelons away. literary feat-just how difficult you contained a black' pearl "dog cotta

She eat all the later such as Mrs. Goelet is known to have
can by no means
'I'M will
valw of the
Investigation will not appreciate until you:undertake ..
owned. No .
duplicate of this magnificent 1
[ ttr*., lk in Its applicability m and more delicious ones. Inevitablythere to construct a similar sentence. necklace is known to exist among r.

- trelwt tt tae 'arlou"'att problems are a great waste of watermelons. the society women of America. It ia t
Mothets. hearken! while I tell TAKE YOUR MILL TO THE LOGS.
Watermelon syrup watermelon stated that the detectives working
[?_& obtain In this part of the What will make your baby well- are
is the sugar here are new industries in the "TEETHISA" them ot all paia on the theory that the work was Can be set and ready to saw in two hoars. Variable Fric x
tttfitry Of flr t
| importance
And done by a professional thief tion Cable Feed. Stationary Mills! Portable
bud. If the flavor of watermelon gives them rosy cheeks once again and ti any capacity.
tats titnnly of municipalities, which Yes "TEETHINA" overcomes and publication of a list of the missing I and Stationary Engines, Railway, Mill and Factory Supplw*. '
y etacut4 Uithl* I lit in consideration syrup is as happy as it is painted ma- gems has been made only with a: view
counteracts the effects of the summer's WRITE US TO-DAY.
"I tit* pfcaraettHr of water for use inttifaeteriht ple syrup will have to look to its to preventing their sale.
heat aids digestion regulates BACON & COLLINS SUPPLY CO.
ami in boilers. laurels. Besides it is getting harder .
the bowels and makes teething easy. Charge of Arson.
[it U therefore an Investigation every year, in the cities at least to ALBANY GEORGIA.I .- ---.oJ
Costs 25 cents at druggists. Cincinnati. August 10.-On a warrant ,
[tl", wit! t... of interest tothe manu- get genuine maple syrup.-"With the sworn out by state deputy uashal .

IM** of n *orgia and Flor- Procession" in Everybody's Magazine Tribute to his Good Sense. Ambrose charging arson J. W.
Deeken was arrested today. In his
ai.4 .d value to railroads for August. Florida's next Captain
gnat governor affidavit Ambrose charges that Dee DONALD FRASER SCHOOLPrtpare Anapoh.for. College. the "Ttrt"

avail swins .tpaUtiwt. Conundrums. Vapoleon B. Broward is the same !ten last night set fire to his saloon Harvard, Cniversity of Georgia and Hamden-Sidney. Gymnasium under Faculty phy icT tenrcx: director.MWf
Fine home influences.. Excellent climate For
catalog write
wurk hi Mtaltc the supervision{ affable plain unassuming gentlemanhe with the intention of destroying property
What will turn without moving? (a o. II. C.1111)\1CIi,1'riu. llrralnr. On.n '
secured at Front Vine
if t)1 4 ief division before the Success streets
n. 'I'Nt.MHi, was primaries. : .
by the Southern Railway for its ne* -
(1'" rxti.HM.ikM, while the field Milk.What has not "turned his head" nor caused !
reptile is always welcome in terminals. The fire was discovered .........i.... ..-" a !
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rt fc hrinff cffM (W' by Mr. Titus a school room? A good adder. him to turn his back upon old-time at he start and put out 'in its incip- .

Hilt, ......ant dMmi, gtH>logical friends who did not support him in Iency. It was found that a lot oi .
How can you divide fourteen apples I We keep full stock of
combustibles had been
I placed in thl {
) the last contest. On the contrary,
equally between nine boys if four of dumbwaiter for incendiary purpose. LOOK FOR I
he extends the hand" to
mihi:u U. TtMiftn i Aher! F::r Years.MurtuMw. the apples are very small By making every : old Joe ; ,
one. In this he sets an example that Cloudburst at Waycross. THE SEAL
It fir arthte Center, sauce. :
some of his "pig-headed" supporters "Waycross, Ga., Augus tlO.-A cloudburst : '
.. w ni...: "AUjl four years Why are tears like potatoes? Because in this city between 7 and J KrB Old Velvet,
would do well to follow.-Gainesville
wrMr' )Mi rating that I had .they spring from the eyes. o'clock caused considerable damage I

-<< Ruurwl, gill tit a severe kid- i What is the .strongest: day in the Sun. Rain poured in torrents for an haul : Old McBrayer, i
le than two and flooded the whole city. In man, *
Imsihlr hy UkUiK ss> I week? Sunday because all the rest: Was Waistirg; Aw3.Y
tit. ..r F".ly'* KfclHey cure. It I places water in the streets was 2 and ;
t are week (weak) days. "I had been troubled with kidney : Rogers,
I feet deep and the
depth where
,tU"h .t..piHl+ the brick dust heditint Bonn i
disease for the last five years"writesRobert
is that which streets crossed Canal
and miff of comes a was even great
It.tirF d.-twin ittapHared.. ]symptoms I andill coach goes with coach, is of no Use flesh R. Watts of Salem Mo. "I er. On lower Gilmore for 200 yards : Old Charter, -
lost and never felt well and doc- water poured across the
lt > M\ that I have never had aNita whatever to the coach and yet the pavementIt I :
tored with leadings physicians and is believed that many bridges an t
.,. any of tho e symptoms: cannot without it? I n, Mt. Vernon I
coach go Noise. tried all remedies suggested without undermined or washed away* and thai ,
that have t'lapsft" -
rliag t ht tour
yean relief. Finally I tried Foley.s Kidneys the county roads leading to the citj
I am rvkleii1Iy cured to stay Mr. James Alexander Cure and less than two bottles cured are almost impassable. : Cascade and

Aihl reoommend!Foley's well known attorney,was unfortunate me and I am now sound and well. I :
i uff k aM)' suffering from
the summer Sentence Confirmed.
Durring kidney irregular-
Mn. weddn tmuble." Sold py enough to be stung by a wasp on the : Other High
? tar ites are often caued by excessive Manilla, August 10.-P. L. DurraniB.
Ir4i om r .'** ; S14'rr. mart ball of the eye yesterday afternoon.The drinking or being overheated. Attend F. O'Brien, formerly the owner s

Menem---- -Iven4e pain was most excruciating and to the kidney at once by using Foley's and editors of the "Freedom," a pap 1- Grade Whiskies.

' Mr. Alexander had to call upon Dr. Kidney Cure. For sale by Post Office published in this city were sentencedsome ,
I'arkar'r son-in.latti' is a ree.Jdent time ago by two of the Philippine !
+ B, R. Wilson for relief. Mr. Alexan Drug m : for
courts to six Headquarters
Koowvelt1 months' Imprisonment
s 'Inn and his is
der much betterthismonting.TitusilIe'
-.;: says eye and to a fine of $1.000 for libelIng
democrat. W an even The Louisville Courier-Journal of
U a Advocate. M. Tave, a member of the Philippine I Anheuser-Bush Beer ..
sixth contains ,
August a notice of thee commission. The sentence haj

And it is said to be a fact that th death of Judge William B. Hoke now been confirmed by the supreme
pertaeet D.eaeotate ate SAlftr. Bottle and
docks at Carrabelle will be extendedto who was on the bench in that city court of the United States, where at: I i Draught.

candidate and platform are deep water, and a line of steamships continuously for 28 years. Judge appeal was lodged and the priiOnenhave
q. \Ve holy to win, with theritliprIt been committed to the prison tlBfflbld. I Write for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We
Sattonmlttreman will be operated from this portto Hoke was a strong friend of the late ,
Johnson -
+ from Texas.J the West Indies to be operatedin Col. Edward Badger, of this city, and want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.

connaction with the G. F. & A. was his partner in the joint ownership Senator Starr Dead.

And orange groves are There is life in the old land yet.= of an orange grove in this county.He Camden N. J, August 10. Benafxfl i OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS
" Starr Is dead at his home in"3HanikCity ,
I Jo1d In this. section than in sew Bainbridge Argus was m his 66th year, and besides aged 86 years. Hr. Starr va ,

which shows prosperity is being a judge was a soldier in the the founder of the Starr Iron foundry OCALA, FLOHIDfl
It'-aH. ,
s "ae "aln.-Indlan River Adv FOLIY 110mYAm D..Rto. civil war and gained signal .distinction now the Camden Iron Works, one ol

.- ;d.-. '' $i' *s Alo ..-.1-... under Morgan. the largest foundries in the world ......**.-..$

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----1 J PAGE EIGHT ; ;;-hope for the rd1 jct tt U* *rW. 3-

I -. perhaps to other. led to the..forma- world while pn>uM7 fn rtuiUlM *. **.
] of citizens that, with United ,calM ttMI ild
committee of the
8 AKUR THERE.The I The Fair Commissioners Off For the A STRANGE STORY. eupport of a of the military authority de- err law shall be made or tat.rud wises alts
Fair. from the state!! without trial persona,. abridge the prt\1ltltl er knribW..Mte. .f" ..
I of belonging to the organize. of the United 6utt nf dear t4t
F.? Fifteen Years Mother and Son
The Times-Union of yesterday says: of which the perpetrators of the dy any person the equal pmeetim. *4 the
first of September is Labor Day.It Lived Hermit Life. i outrages were supposed to be laws and at tbe same Urn R4 "sly fear
The Florida Commissioners to the Tbe- both cases the reign: -f law the IahahKaate o dill
in Jacksonville New York, August 11.Mrs.. In similar rights to
will be celebrated
of force. fr'm thew
s Louisiana Purchase Exposition, who ressa Born, 84 years old, and her son way to the reign evidence of Philippines but take away. e t,,*
a* pi'
Pensacola and other Florida present the right of trial by jury
tinuotto are to represent their state at the Paul, 40 years old, have ben removedto : failure cf government to protect the lives and the dUpotltkw .f lieu I pep.eet

cities. a hospital from a back room in a : : and Lis property which not only in the keeping of those whom w* tM ..
] great fair, and to distribute the great the action cf your convention in them to be their fufrrnenT We ....

lion. Jno. G. Reardon, Judge Fair Edition of Bleecker street house where they had I regard, but made it Its duty to cal certainly rue It a* a nail** If *. Ii...
illustrated existed 15 years, without having set to the fact that constitutional such attempt Viewing th* R***$ I

( Nt\ Richard McConathy, and quite a the Florida. Times-Union togetherwith foot in the streets. i arantees are violated whenever any any even from the ta jMnt *f M*...
Is denied the right to labor to ac there la BO yroeyiK! thl the
number of other prominent .members en selfishness,
their friends and chaperones, The son saw a trolley car for the and to enjoy property or to reside twenty millions of doli* .i|..MM lasa

Itet,ee of the Ocala bar, say that Judge first time on his way to the hospital i his Interests or Inclination may de- the purchase of the Utand aM th.
left last night on the elegant Pullman ; and the fulfillment of the assur and fifty rain MM t. ...
tnd became greatly excited when he hundred
It Bot Parker's letter of acceptance is a and punish all denials cf t..
to rebuke since disbursed will ever ruca*
car been
and buffet palace :
drawingroom was carried to a room there In an elevator about by
rights, whether brought to us. Th accident of war (*' **< tie
gapedtinter j jrt great production.The the Patania, for St. Louis. I or government agencies Philippines Into our ae******* .Mare Wi
I : enforced by every official and .... .. }
l' ; be not at liberty to dtetvea r *isiblllty
Fifteen Paul fell sick. 0
coming South Florida Fair,. to The Florida commissioners, wto years ago by every citizen. The essence which thus eame t.. us :...1 i.sat
was attended by his mother and when : lies In strict ob ..
good government will be hM wb.e 4 b.
*< be held at Nov. 14-26 from all were elected from the various congressional I limitations en- responsibility
Tampa ,
v their means failed they were sustained ': : of constitutional preparing the Ulander .. rapUM Mslble p'eY

- JtKurod present indications, will be the most districts of the stateand bya by agents of various charitable institutions ; of law encroachment and order and upon rugged the for self govern+tit ..* "'4'. M
; to all them the sMuranrea that H will r .t *.
successful ever held in Florida. Pres- vote of the people in theirdistricts, and by neighbors. Recentlythe : ty of the pc lpie. I soon as they are reanmaW p.psr.'i ?.*
it* The forccclnc suggestions! but, empba- be fear that fib. **>
mother stricken Reed
was with paralysis JL There fto
*> all identBrown of the South-Florida Fair are: Miss Agnes Rogers,of St. Pet.ersburg the distinction which exists between sertlonso often mad of late that w. fie..

and Miss Sara Harris, of Ocala, and her condition rapidly grew : own and many other forms of gov- now become a world pwer will th** M
eewl.teat Assoiation and other influential citi- ,
: worse. Neighbors! notified the author- : It has been well said in sub- without support Our Is a w,eid p.ww

. and South Florida representing the first congressional that there are but two power In i..t.taia.d *. .. 1
zens of Tampa ities who removed the Invalids to the : sword. and as such It must M *
-one the power of the I It .. at all reeeatlr blot Us
r are receiving assurance of hearty district; Miss Lillian Thomas and hospital. 1 by the hand that wields It. and : United deny that States has lamed that tea**..***

support from country. Miss Edith Pye, of Jacksonville, rep- TAILORS TO GO ON STRIKE. other the power of the sentiment law, sustained The :I Our country became a world p'+wet ".*. *
every public
seefktal ) an enlightened century ar. when Magi !**<'.* Gd IB**
resenting the second congressionaldistrict i : In these powers Is the differ ; tip domination, th* peter ..
Commodore Morton Plant's schooner of From 6,000 to 7,000 Will Be Ordered | between a republic such as ours I free government, th* auurr of wh... a*
Randall !
lfhtiTfcJ ; Miss Minnie I' ': on law and a written constitution. tborlty sprung an4 was '-ntln-.1) *s

east yacht, the Ingomar, which had nochance Sampola, Miss Lulu Ulmer Bird, of Out. i ,II and by Intelligence monarchy, ,virtue sustained and pa-by I: proceed from the will ".f the negate Ifce*.
, 1 :; a selves. It grew M a world |*J." a* iq
ereM'.iwevtt to distinguish herself in the August 11.-The executive Individual, uncon- i
third Chicago, exerted by an
Monticello, representing the sturdy rttlai-n. to whoae natural tar****
. early part of the week for want of board of the Garment Workers' union I : by laws other than those made or .1 were added immkiraat from the ..*f
district. One represents con-
I nee congressional to indorse the strike of the by him. i, world seeking to obtain her the MWe>rand
has agreed .
wind, showed her good points in the this the other imperialism.The prosperity denied hew In their +ira
s Those accompanying them on cutters and call out all the union mem present tariff law Is unjust In lu countries spread over the tare ,* tae

w '" race for the Royal Yacht SquadronCup trip are: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. bers whether men or women today. ; excessive In many Instances of its rates as land reduced th* jralrtrti an4 f.e.*.. t*

"kg I so framed In particular i cultivation, built eats a *.true.ed Idgl.
at Cowes last She
Friday. as- to
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dillon, This union means that 6,000 7,000 < exact Inordinate profits from the pea : ways and railroad. WI .w a aettus

sumed command of the fleet and led A. Morris of Jacksonville tailors will be made ieneWh n the i So well understood has this view be-of which at the formation f the frurerMk**
Mrs. Shelton members
f that prominent
> cutters quit on a technical disagreement many numbered:: only three mutton In y tw>is.
before ., and at least two of
all around the
Rtier course, finishing ; Prof and :Mrs. J. H. Fulks, over hours of labor and waes"it state Republican conventions party have dared to voice tion has become etthty mllt"M! a4j tr.w
Meteor from which she j ocean to ocn aDd the tehee to ... i1
the was en-
*a Itogrre .. Miss Fulks and Horace Fulks, of was not thought serious by the employers general sentiment on that subject 1 the country I* th* ab.or a fr- eetl

titled to draw time. She had a mar- :Miss Rebecca Boswell, for it was the dull season and party seems harmonize, however,only to be col-a I,I prosperous JIf'OpM. advaar In in .....
able to upen
l Gainesville : i est degree In the ........* and ..... ;tI
gin in reserve, when she paid her of River Dr. and Mrs. C. S. few large orders were on hand. that admits that revision may frOM I I I civilization. It.. tlw.Utterly th .."...
* dj! Crystal ; The out of ill the 'I to time be necessary, but It Is so I'
callinj garment
ment and the procerMy of Its t****
serl time allowance, to rest upon.A to be satis
that It expected
r Lowry, of Sanford; Chas. H. Lloyd, workers has put a different phase on I to those In favor of an Increase I I not any career of cosque**, that stale th*

*. a( man gave his wife a fine parlor of Holder, and E. H. Purdy private the affair, and tt now seems likely thai ;I i I duty, to those who favor a reduction i country we owe to a the world bounty power of ffoi-fax flats roamt.m* win

IHtetSm to Mr. G. W. Wilson. lire the cutters having won their point and to those opposed to any I. folded in the great natural resumrr.* *f
She thanked him and added: secretary whatever.
lamp. with the executive board, will be able I'I the country, to the wU...*a "r -'Vr fathers
the record of performance
Judged by
remindsme and Mrs.sT. V. Porter and Miss Ruth manifested in the f rm vf fwe*.
ese r dear husband this lamp
"My to tie up all the shops in the city and !!! than that of promise on the part ment established by them ." th* **

taatelien of you." The lamp being a costlyone Porter accompanied the party, but seriously embarass fall trade. i I that party In the past It would seem as Industry, moral eharaeter" law aM4ac
the outcome in the event of Its success

his vanity led him to ask for will spend a few days at Toxaway II I be to gratify the latter class. With spirit We of are the not people a military themsehree.p opt. beet *.
dyas control of both the legislative I I
+ : points of resemblance. She pointedout X. C., before jaining them at St. KILLED HER HUSBAND. : executive departments of the covernDent 1 conquest or engaged la *il...4t f uw
domains In land dtjtfotM alt
foreign or
i since March 4, 1857, there has been
the following: "It is quite handsome Louis. securing natural adraalsre s>f..u.
Daughter Handed Mother Gun To Stay reduction nor an attempt at re '
enftl The route of the party is over the J in tariff duties. It is not unrea great by force. but a p.opl. iovtof p eae
deal of atten-
requires a good Her Father.
I that not only for ourselves but for aa th. nations -
to assume In the light rec-
tion, has much brass about it, is not Southern and ,through the states of Golden. Colo., August 11.-Mrs. Ida I that a future congress of that party of tbe earth. .
ch StaBbins of Pueblo has shot and k j not undertake a revision of the tariff I I Iownward I The display of treat bUMarf ma--
: Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina i menu please the aa4 fur the BW
lounf t always bright, flares up sometimes, in the event that it shall re- may eye
ed her husband, Albert Stabblna. ment excite the pride of the rltMen .*.
nod is liable to when half full is Tennessee, Kentucky, and Illi an indorsement of its past course on
,. explode They had been separated for two subject by the people. It Is a fact it cannot bring to the country th* aeataa,
3 I Iit will make the trip by brawn and muscle of a sMe taw*******
nois. conceded that
its is out at They should: be frankly
unsteady on legs, always years and the husband sought an interview I or Induce the Investment here uf ft itoilar

t.{ ;; bedtime and will smoke.-Chipley Asheville, where there is to be a stop with the woman at the ranch I contest our party we cannot be successful hope to secure the com a of capital Of course .*. armameet M

lU-rij{ l Banner. At Lexington, Ky., the party is to near here, where she was employed. I In the senate during the next may be necessary for the securH? eela country and the protection ut the rtfttt
shall be unable
and hence
'oe spend an entire day and arrange- On being refused admittance to her | secure years any modification; In the tariff of its citizens at home or a r<*4 MM ..*

The board ofjcounty commissioners room, he threatened to break down that to which the Republican ma- maintained. Any other eoura world M
: ts I made forviewingthe sightsof not false but ......
ments are the door. The woman thereupon fired in the senate may consent. White only economy 9u4ll a *
of nearly every county in South unable to I protest however afmst t beuJC..
tarelet give assure
that city, and an excursion to the through the door, the bullet lodgingin i j of relief we are to the people from such now far too prevalent that t-y r.'e at
Florida have endorsed the movement j i
StabWn's brain. them It Is due the commanding poettloa we hue asDu.-
Blue Grass country. From Lexipgton A young daughter duties as burden ,
rh.| of the South Florida Fair I should state ed in the world we must tAke pyre M
and appointed j of the couple handed the mother them that we our position
the and broil .f .
Tnlipls they are to proceed direct to be In favor of a reasonable reduction of dispute < fureinna -
iI j
committees to assist in securing :i the gun with which she did the shoot. I tariff that we believe that It Is de- tries and that because .* n*u fra
eJ St. Louis. arriving there at 7:30 a. m. j great we should Intervene w .u-n :mi**'
lag. by the best interests of both man
exhibits, as have other organizations. j I and consumer and that a wise tant question that arts** inthrf ...rta

The finance committee, have raised i Saturday. The woman was arrested. beneficent revision of the tariff can of the workl I also poles .'*"..< cite '

aped I Arriving at St. Louis the party is L'i accomplished as soon as both branches erection of any such military _t.I teh. 1

about half of the amount needed,and '. congress and an executive In favor ment .would b* reqvirea t-> seal-,tale"
to spend several days viewing the CHECK FOR MRS. NATION. the country In that
: ft it are elected without creating that atUtU.W
will easil the remainder in confine
.secure j our
40 I sights of the great show. Thecom- of uncertainty and instability that to Intert. &
Tampa, as not a citizen approached | Temperance Advocate Receives a Lib on other occasions manifested itself. matters Jbt"9ltM
elrltlrli be hls be achieved by providing that country or of our cttteens
missioners are to given a comprehensive can d't'f
eral I I
Donation. .
1eIT. : has refused to contribute. It is expected a reasonable period shall intervene Involved. That U not a .u.f
idea of the vast enterprise Chicago, August 11-A dispatch to I the date of the enactment of thi latlon. but of Indepesdeser.
that every county will be rep- making a revision and the date of The government of t'f'I.1' **.f
J the Inter-Ocean from Richmond Ind. t
d > before they commence the work of was organized solely pep' r
resented by the best exhibit it is ] enforcement as shall be deemed suffi
: says: United States WhMe It '
for the industry or business affect. was distributing the special World's Fay\
possible to secure, individuals are ; Carrie Nation, the temperance advocate by such revision to adjust Itself to the ed that this couatry khoukt .<' ray a
in Edition among all classes of people and new conditions imposed. S I iasdwho
re also urged to exhibit. I i while passing through Indiana, am I in the belief that the de- might b* fit to dl charge tl. (j.i

"/ I who are interested in the state. The has teen mailed a check for J1.100 to i i of the people for a reform of the of our citizenship, and while w. h \. a\, ,,

the home for is Just that I indulge the hope that ways n'mpathis.d'wtth the pea'r'. f H'
distribution of this edition is to be of Drunkards at '
Itcjutj President Andrew Sledd, of the .i t a Democratic'house of representa cry nation In their struggles tur .. t g ,t |j|

f University of Florida is'contributing !I attended with the greatest care, and Topeka, Kans., as a personal gift. and a Democratic executive be cho ernment the government was I t fri<
Mrs. Nation maintains her activityand by the people even a Republican sen for a career of political civtilaific .\ ati''

fie a series of educational articles for the I I it is hoped to reach all those who she still carries marks of the may heed the warning and consent to gellzatlon in forel rn (VUUr".r t.n- ej
recent .
at least of alien races by Intervention in th at
some measure relief to the ;
to Times-Union. The one in Sunday'sissue C! visit that great exposition, and who encounter with saloonists' in Kentucky fairs The most efficient wurk w> V "' .

occupied three columns and was j I may become interested in this state. when she was assaulted with a The combinations popularly called Is by upUftin th peopj 1)1 .,tt.r' chair. which aim to secure a monopoly pretatt lt a teals
. .blj.Oil interesting from start to finish. Dr The great illuminated World's Fair trade In the necessaries of life as well peroua. lonrq nationi* >ito

. EIGHTY KNOWN in those things that are employed upon be eulte .to bt t ad .
Edition of the Times-Union in de- DEAD.
Sledd is a highly cultured gentlemanand farm. In the factory and in many oth Tie
--- tue arts of pace, the >
fields of industry have been o beetle. i rge
has taken hold of the Florida scriptive material, half-tone effect, encour military .
1fC Fatalities In Recent Missouri Pacific and stimulated by excessive tariff arl' teats timj r <

University with a great deal of zeal make-up and press work, cannot be Railroad Accident. These operate to furnish a sub ther for ptroUsm a p.1 tuurag., r..A" -
of H, -
market In the necessities of trth r.r ,-;
he.ct and enthusiasm The Doctor has been excelled by any similar publication Pueblo, Colo., August 11.-of the millions of people by practically men of today to the Met.1 lr ,I.. h I

. issued.Competitive. passengers known to have been on the competition. With so large a war. For fifty years, with thr iu-9 _
invited to Pensacola and will preachin I ever and highly remunerative of the war with this tr,
prices lex. 't1 M
ill-fated Missouri Pacific
flyer that
ne was been
at peace,
the church long after the line of possible wlb tern, 1.
'a, Baptist there next Sunday Examination for Appoint wrecked at Eden Sunday night, 8 would naturally be reached. of the time than ten I t ;,old

aue morning and in the Methodist ment of a Cadetat West Pointfromthe dead have been identified at the several temptation of all engaged In the same men He who think that the nn. : M*
to combine so as to prevent com grown effeminate during thai l.t..
e church at night. He goes from thereto State at Large. morgues, two are unidentified at home and a resulting reduce should read t1 casualty r<'i t n*

, Kissimmee and before the end known are missing, and one is report. of prices has proved irresistible In a armies on .k at !' UK,
''firIe A competitive examinationwill ed mIssing of cases. All men must agree Fredericksburg Gettrtbur _t 91 n.
the month will make Ocala a visit. the net result! of enacting laws that River and Chkkamaugs. 1 w. i>i-t hi : >**
be held at the .
S Universityof such inequitable conditions is most last man to pluck a stafle Uui-. flr

Besides being a finished and classical Florida at Lake City, on Wednesday Driven From His Home. for the people as a whole, the crown of any one o the munsrh.. -
It would seem as if all ought to agree roes to whom this country mu. te. ,
instructor Dr. Sledd is an impressiveand Sept. 7th. 1904, begining at 10 Victor Colo., August 11.-John the effective remedy would be to ap 1 but I Insift that their ..t.her.,.., ')r.* .

eloquent speaker.This Harper, former president of the VictorMiners' modify the offending law. Th proceeded Infinitely more from a. "4t.>*
o'cock a. m., under the direction of of monopoly of which complaint to the country than from martial *v"< '

the president of the union and late manager c Justly made, cannot be laid at the As I have alrM Bfoeeeded AI <.
Was Not in. Ocala. University, for the Miners' Union store in this city, of the courts of this .country. Th great length, oth.qUta lufgm*** w

E Truth is stranger that fiction. A the purpose of designating a principaland one of the band' of deported unionists States of the the supreme court of court appeals of the cf the ceptance.Mr.plator. must .wa my letter "t a--

policeman walked into the local two alternates for appointmentto who returned to the camp, has been : state and the courts of last resort Can I most crarer.! apitt'bV

rocm at West seized at his home by a party of many other states warrant the asser- :j; you remJn- of th gr*.< responsibility
a cadetship Point.
I of the Binghamton Evening Press masked men and driven out of the that the common law as developed :i the treat *. ,* 4
Such principal and alternates will a complete legal remedy against i nomination bestowed upon nv t"; trt 1 (N. Y.) one morning recently and district. Mr. Harper's son, Ritchie The fact that they have mul- I convention )'0 represent this da> l*

report at Fort McPherson Georgia about 21 in number and Increased In I assured that both a
years of was also power & -
told Gustav Gorisse a he age, compelled p.-tI.t
reporter been due not to the failure of the I keenly apprflte that I !
was under arrest for a burglary. He on the first day of May, 1905, for ex- to accompany his father. Young to apply the law when properly their preen &tU.IIt.

a amination foradmission to the : Harper, however was brought back by administrative officials or pri- I accept gentlemen of the <,<> JmttU*, ,
Military - be allowed to finish the storyhe I about an hour after his father had individuals charged! but to the failure of o>fl- the nomiaton an If the actiuc.t l.
the duty of I convntion tv
Academy. enforcing an *t
t was writing, and it :was granted.It |I been taken. Two of the masked menwere law to take the necessary procedure Uon by the people II trod bel ta*'

proved to be the story of the burg- The competitive examination is detailed for that purpose. Sher- procure appropriate the Judgments of the courts In : me.that give to the -w tb iluut* ef'j
coupled offlc the
lary for which he was wanted. He open to any white boy, who is a iff Underwood and Chief of Police fact that the legislative departments which exlte capable and at th* end f tile: a

Js.f citizen: of the state of Florida, not Taylor started In pursuit of the deporting some of our state governments as well te retire to private life. I ahab j .
immediately made a confession. He crowd. congress in the manner already re- a candidate for nor shall I a.. *

4 had written the inside facts withouta under seventeen years of age, nor propagation to have by legislation encouraged renoltIon Snn reason 3
What Is needed in &" tb but '
doubt. more than twenty-two years of age, Forest Fire to the passage of a statute v8jng trolling one pUo I am i
of sound constitution,\\ithout physical Raging. the tariff duties to a reasonable basis persuaded that no Incumbent of that t,

Place, for Sale. Lander, Wyo., August 11.-A forest not so much other and different laws should ever b placed In a ,-,
defects, and not below the fire officials having both the disposition Possible to tUuU
average is raging In the Wind river temptato
moue the wbt 11
4 en.
At Reddick Fla. ? courage to enforce effect of
quarter mile from height and weight for his n existing law, taken
age. tains between this place and Thermop- this is my view of the scope of the mnlttiv mate of treat f. e$'

depot, 23 acres well improved; good Notice of intention to take part in olis and already is reported to have ......r that law If "is" It should be made to- ap have upon h political .?,?,N.

variety of fruit; peaches,plums,pears, the examination must be given in destroyed a large area of timber. The such further a mistaken legislation one within then I t'a..tItutiona aU Questions the of people momento consequent t f
con- *
persimons, pecans, mulberries, figs, writing to Professor Andrew Sledd, fire is working eastward and a num- a Just} limitations as will give the and will be I the h presented the pas _

on or before Monday Sept. 5th., set- ber of ranches and mining propertiesare and full measure o t protect president dettrlU t U,
and I
apple so on, about one hundred preaching a
and grapefruit. Will sell ting forth the full name, the age, directly in its pathThe inhabitant It is difficult to understand how any In weighing the facts and the wt L
orange of ? :
and all if desired. Cause of crop height, and weightof the applicant, of the forest ranges have turned 4escendant of t ?ited States. much less bearing upon them be should b* oattj
sellingam with the full name and address of his out to fight the flames. rate the thought RSvoluuonary stock, can by any possible thought fcfwinterer
of influence
not able to keep it up. the permanently deny his decision may han
parent, or guardian, as the case may right Of self government to the anything that
8-5-lm. W. M. SHEROUSE. in Can may affect i
be, together with a certificate good Howland Bids on Road. of our descendants hope to instill Into the personally. 1 make t statement aet V
reverence and any ot
Born. moral character from two reputable Raleigh, N. C,. August 11.-R. S. ,. for a government by the people Washington down wbo have presideste either fit
citizens of the county in which the Howland, of Asheville, owner of The of ultimately that right to the the office for two tern or K *U e$
To Mr. and Mrs. J. Starr Sternberger distant I
applicant lives. Province (R. I.) oJurnal, today filed we have acquired countries either whose ee(tem.eln.tot .t arguttt.ats C
Thursday Aug. 11, a daughter. For any additional information ad- with Governor Aycock a bid for .he or, "Ton? Can we say to pur-the of a president 1t.u pr the my r.-else jam- ;

dress Professor Andrew Sledd, presi- lease of the Atlantic and North Atlantic property vea, that the Inte of Imp .. a
Day be eDt" <
Wanted sAt dent, University of Florida, Lake railway for 50 years. He left this tile Proceq of e fet Vu ad 01 te Ctc .

evening for a tour of inspection of ti.\ will long le O.m
once a good Sawyer for hard City, Florida, Of Mane to t I &

woods. Apply to W. J. LOHKIO, Ocala, orS.. R. MALOLRY. road, accompanied by Senator P. M. if before ftmc. o otifttf..t a

Florida. 8-5tf. Simmons. constitution : te onlr thatII the
Pensacola, Fla. -- I t ; the fourteenth mat should be tt ,

of t the U:: of a men,Indepeadmq 1h h.frttr

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WALNUTS Spoadvllx.Aa .
I j i CLEANING KALAMAZOO. Cy .S! !" "i"- : Jf 3: : r !
I t. a slang name for .fl. -
Indu.ttf Thal l"1o... money "spondu- !;
I LIVES 300 GUESTS School.C.Ufornl. Women Improving and Beaattfytn llx" has ita origin In the Greek word I! ,

The first English uhlt.t \ a Michigan Town. apondnlos a shell. Shells! of a certain WEE A T MEAT
California The epedes were once used as money both -
: \\'iIi plantt'tl with women of the Civic league of unl..t.-
the Los ,.. std from la Greece and Egypt To
ii .\n.'l. Kalamazoo Mich. grow strong. t
I r n'Usio"I gardens, wl-w are doing much to

,use Occurs In the Galt House the nuts padres brought, bad StarttHl a fw trees with Improve and beautify their town. Recently 80..... II I- i good meat we may a* well let i

''I at Louisyille Ky. The undertaking; with them from from one of the most! active members Aa used by physicians borax not j ,, ,t; ) it alone. There is no strength '
was a sucxs of the I league Mrs. Crane
: I visited all
tLe nrst.. and the only softens but purifies water heals I i in tough mem-instead of giving ?
has acreage of walnnti the merchants and! got them to promise ulcers and tons relieves bruises A
*XGOY.6C3 TAYLOR IS A GUEST. IStl'udllr creased. The I If it take strength to digest ru
walnut to
tree's early I sweep walks regularly and sprains!: and burns, allays Inflammations

;f fi ll! tbp age bearin- long lire to scrub them off at stated periods.! and prickly heat la useful In cats (; it. It pays to be careful Ins
0 n1l! the Pretence of Mind of the steady demand for its product i' rrh
true She had a photograr-ber make acidity of the stomach ands
to a tour baying *
make the tuent- w sure to get
|. Night Clerk Probably Prevented a papal r. enterprise debcrvMlly:: t taking snapshots of alleys and the a an v.::t'.."- tic In typhoid fever cholera L LI3roteeetonat. the best
-tender and choice.
*. I niil sa: :!.:KX. _
back :
5 Terrible Panic and the Loss of six TLl' walnut tree begins to bear when yards of private residences.: These & Pay a little more If need be and I
or :seen pictures she has numbered and recorded -
years:: old and -
'MI" is
Llwu.i nothing
2 *".
known definitely of its age limit of like legal exhibits, and they will be put something in your stomach

.Louisville. Ky.. August 8.-Fire, bearll1;. Fabulous( stories are told of used to bring about a reform. Regarding -11- -K.BIGGs.- - ( ';",", ',b which will put flesh on your

vjkieti Wit discovered in the seconaDement trees in Spain one or two centuries:: old this feature Mrs. Crane says: ___
bones and blood
-1r in
strong <<
bearing "We do your
enormous not wish to attract attentionIn ::2.
of the Gait house at 3:30 crops. The oldest i ATTORNEYAT.I.AW.Office .
: trees I in California this way or create the impressionthat veins.
tfcfcck tb1; morning. imperiled the are !still! bearing. but ( in Gary-Agnew Block.)

lirei of 3t<>J sust The presence: of I deductions front the short history already we believe Kalamazoo to be worse OCALA FT.ORIDA.J i EDWARDSBROS.StaliM
made than other towns.
tebi of Clau4e Brown that the tree is in its .
the night clerk. prime "The not { D. FULLER.
from Us: tw photographs taken are pub-
nty-tltth to its 2
thir and 4 :
Ml ta* pro rpt arrival of ttie :11)Markf', Fla.
flremeapmat tieth year. Fifteen hundred licly displayed, but are simply used in .
pounds of
4 ''a. mltlea from DENTIST. J
a panic. nuts to the sect' i is presenting to the proper persons the iJ! r,
TM biahlch u good average yield Over Munroe &Chambliss Bank. Ocala Fla. : M1.i::cl2 i.G7 .? rlC"mJr-1.fZ l aLyrli 7r''L r" .
| darted m what zuultiug; seveuty.five pounds the conditions which exist. In many cases
toao' ;n Ii tte: wood basement under weight from one tree.TLe the persons concerned have not noticed J J1. THOMPSON. -

Utoufa.-a corner of the building harvest time begins about the or realized the conditions which exist -' -

ri;Hr! tild:! \ tl.e; building with dense middle of September! and lasts nearly I and have been glad that we called the Office PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON.

Htoke. lit: Crown rang in the alarm. six weeks. The nuts begin to fall with matter to their attention. over Tea-pot OCALA Grocery FLA.TDWIN Opp. Montezuma.

IN thea started the alarm bells allover the leaves, and the perfect cultivation "House cleaning is woman's natural

lie h. use. at the name tlmd under the tnvs leaves no chance for study and the cleaning of a town is SPENCELATTORN
them to lose ; but a larger view of the same propose -
Wtlng a number of bell boys to goep ( tlu-mselves among clods ,
Into the building and or weeds. The brown dead leaves tion. EYATLA W,
awaken the Mrs. Crane his carried a-little satchel .
alone hide the OCALA -b-v. FLORIDAK.
nuts. Under
U normal
fte Hs warned the conditions
boys to
say with her
containing printed slips --
tack that! the lire had they drop free from the outer CHASE.
not reached husk or hull through its irregular which she has:: frequently given to passIng J ---: Dyspeptics
ttfsgeroue proportions, and to descend bursting( and citizens.:: These slips read: DENTIST. /at
citff12U1! getting the nuts picked 1 ua every day by th ir own esaeleas
up is a simpit matter. Sometimes the OCALA FL E i C8>. l C&n that
ILeon Cocp r. the assistant cue pf eouUpitioa boon it
manager trees are well irrigated just before bar- PLEASE!
tcl the halls L. SISTRUMt. / becomes chronic. TaieLIVER
hough beating a gong :. vest time to insure the clean dropping. The Woman's Civic Improvement CARLOS
to mfcen the guests and another man of the nuts. league has undertaken to keep J j PILLSANDTONIC
say I Main street clean. We ask YOU to -LAW.
kept b'uy at the house telephone Roys: and pirN, men and women Japanese help us. Please do not throw any- I Room 4, Masonic, Building Ocala, Fla. 5821'
H3lBg: up the different rooms to get and Chinese! are all pressed into thing-paper, fruit skins and other i,' lUll! PELLETS
tit people out before the des s service and litter-In the street; put It in the --- --- -
on hands and 1
spread knees tbe waste paper can on the corner. the only remedies which smut Nature and do aot get la ser

that Samuelson.! a representative o I great orchards are gone over not once And. gentlemen, please do net spit LOOKING lU way. Powerful purgstitee tripe, pass and stab ecaErmeddrugtaken.
Captain S, 8. Brown who is a cripPK but several times on account of the Irregular on the sidewalk or in the gratings Ranoa'a Remedies act gently aad team the jJ II
bad considerable trouble : ripening of the nuts. The trees I or anywhire: but in the gutter.
getting Now please dcn't throw this In I j 1 tq+tetn iadependeat of drugs. For ante by ail dsalus 1 1
otto but he escaped without Injury. are occasionally shaken during the season the street Parsons In the Early Stages of Kit 1 Yoar dra ist rill turaiab bee sample or w rill {
/T& e2reopn: arrived quickly at the to loosen the nuts and before the nay Diseases Should Waste n. \

I IN and helped to get out the guests. last gleaning they are "poled" to start As an o' .'f''t lesson the 1 league re- Time In Making their 1 Brown Mfg. Co

vie mored to the: street without pan the very tardy ones. This !is done by I really ugi-H-d: to clean': the streets i in Kidneys RightIf i

1e,z long coarse bamboo poles, whose light the Li>:nt's> t-ectlcn! of the town and \ New York 1

weight makes them easily handled.In the results of tLer: work so far achieved don't and Creeneville.
ih colas to the fire an engine ranIi I you stop that pain In the back, .
certain rural districts the public are encouraging.: !; ; They expect to
tome of these
truck .
I wagon and Captain Hen.rt. days you are extremely Tenn.
schools close regularly fora "walnut prove they c:ifj do tLe work! Letter and t
.Swain and Fisher Guthrie were in. I liable to hare Bright' Disease or eon
vacation The help of the children is with ;greafpr economy limn has yetbetn
other form
kidney trouble. You are
needed the
ami children
are nothingloath the cis" in any American city.
CftTUia John Merten and John Fulttlptpemea to replenish their diminished From tl>' ,.:art Mrs. Crane made arnri2nui"w Just as much In danger If you have dryness -

of No. 3. company were purses. Pails, cans and gunnysacks arc to Lave the refuse collected of the skin, headaches, restlessness,

Hjoome> by smoke. Former COYemr scattered among the pickers and when t i:: the \oot" 'ets carried1 away at no nnusuhl appetite and great thirst, or if l

Robert I.. Taylor, of Tennessee the bags are full they are carried to e:;:>- ::-*'. ";u! s-Le <*t:
i More of the guests and appeared the drying grounds where they are pec.i j :u make this! item a source of urine or other urinary Irregularities. =?

Oi she, street collarless and hatless. spread out on slat trays to dry.-He- profct jitter tae first Wt't>K. .\ fannerensign' FOLET'S KIDNEY CURB makes the kidneys

view of Reviews ; .U growing: celery has cartedaw..y right, and whenever there are any l

r JuG Jfi e Richard Hobbs Dead the rn'iir-e. using;: it as fertilizer.IJ indications that these organs are la the

Albany Ga.. August 8.-Judge RicnartjHobbs THE EVERGREENS. :t Mrs. Crane would not make a eon least way disturbed, It should be takenpromptly C. !L G RAe E.
regret uit.'i him for longer than one
w died at his residence i In and regularly until all symptoms
'White l'inf.-t-'ire needles In a bun weti. It Is believed this: is tte firstplace
tM4 elty shortly before of Successor to Central Lumoer
midnight Fri kidney trouble have disappeared.This Co.
in the United States where the
die; scales of cone thickened! at the top
trt r after two days Illness. Judge preparation ia composed of the best
Scotch l'inE'-Two bluish short dirt from the strtets has been taken ,
Kf'bt wa one of the most remark needles in a bundle. away without expense to the city. known remedies employed by kidney \

aNi men In Georgia and few were Junior; are being specialist, and it cannot holp but oure I Dealer In
Fir. Erect
cone; flat spreading needies
> as prominent In the affairs of this e et the children: who will exert every form of kidney trouble If taken and Dressed
Rough Lumber
scattered singly. Kiln Dried
l.t #+ttlap. \\t He was born in Count their influence to have the streets kept early Thousands have testified to this Flooring.Ceiling, I
Austrian Tine.-Two long, dark and
!.Cert. Ireland ?80 years ago but came in a bundle. greeaneedles clean and beautify the town. "I tell fact.,. In even the most hopeless cases II Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

\ito 4ls country when quite a young the cli'.dren.! said Mrs. Crane "thatfew will always afford relief. Manufacturer of
>. .4 Through his Norway Spruce. Large bangingcones of us are privileged to give ourselves Turned Ballusters Newels
own persistent effo Casings Columns Door
Dr Geo. and
; scattered needles point all ways Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky ,

;l. 4 after he acquired he became wide an American.titUen Hemlock.: -Small hanging cones; fiat l that we to may our country all be patriots nowadays of our but writes: "For years I have been greatlybothered Window Frames, :Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School]

learning and spray. with kidney and bladder trouble Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I .x
;:[wae one of the best Informed men f fleotgla In town: c'oing what we can to make itbeautiful am constantly
Larch.-Many needles in a cluster; and healthful." and enlarged prostate gland. I used receiving Lumber and can fill orders for
( when he died. He achieve'tleeiplcuou. d any quantities and
fall off each year; erect cones. everything known to the profession without
ti success !n the law and t sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly E
Red Cedar.-liluish berries; sharp WINDOW BOXES. relief, until I was Induced to use j
MMMed a fortune.
'ie' prickly spray. FOLST'S KIDNEY CCRI. After taking
:. Launching.. at Cramp's Yards. Arbor Vita}.-Flat branches; cones They Beautify Reiildrnre and Street three bottles I was entirely.Believed and J :1

: Fi11adelphla' August 8.-The freight few scaled and only two seeds undereach. How to Make Them. cured. I prescribe it now dally In my

, :, )Mohican built for the Clyde One of the best ways to beautify a practice and heartily recommend Its use -

r st|it- jihlvroajptny, was launched at White Cedar.-Cones roundish, with residence and a street as well Is by; to all physicians for such troubles, for I REFLECT II M MNr.(

, d bepps .!lfp yard. The vessel wasiae4 four to eight seeds under each. means of window boxes with growing can honestly state I have prescribed It In 4111 /
l'ine.-Dark stiff needles flowers, and the plan is being adopted
. f T.r 1> by Mrs. Wilbur S. Rose Pitch arranged hundreds of cases with perfect success."
1 :4 lit- daughter of the late William in threes.-Boston Post. In many cities and towns this year. In l Have you decided on the kindo _

. .I The Mohican will ply between t a Massachusetts town recently the village PnstofrVi- taut! Store- I ,\c l' fertilizer you are going to use? It'snot
induced the
Discontent With Work. Improvement society __ .
J r'$" New York. Charleston and --- -
a question of how murh. but
residents of an entire street to beautify
That there is much discontent with
C ;$
I In
234 feet
: .ttlle She la work aiuonj: the so called middle their residences [in this way. and it v9 : what kind win tit but result
has a depth of 40 feet and her It WillPay
has resulted in of the
J classes America is due in large part one prettiest I can be obtained. You can't make a
.rptng capacity Is l 5.000 cubic feetAfter
4 streets in the state. A
.t to the pampering of children to the mistake
>: -- Any one can make these window you use our high grade
4. ; Many Years. supplying of their natural and artificial i
the sentimental boxes at home with very little trouble You ,o fertilizers.
: ; ltrille.. Ala.. August 8. wants and to idea tb3t.tbeir r
; says a writer in the New York
of toil will
I. i, a negro, has been arrested day come soonenough. Highest cash prig paid for dry bones
0. j ." In general work is not a American. Buy planed half inch
tured'Ith murder more boards of the right I length, with piecesfor 4 .
: ./ 450 In Pike county. It is curse, hut a One blessing positive mean too* the ends about eight inches wk]e. | C You have any Real Estate ".
of grace. can hardly begin FLORIDA FERTILIZER MF'G. OMPiHf
m i rl [Thomas killed a man earned to children lesson Nail the front boards over the edges to sell. ,
early impress upon "
4 -0 by hitting him with a brick' of self help !l>y tasks appropriate to of the side pieces unless the !boxes are ORII Gainesville, Fla.

de ..c does not deny throwing the their age and forces and to beget i in mitered at the earners. which would

:Nt It but gays be never knew that them scorn of idleness and of dependence make them more expensive by requiring You're thinking of coming
-- ---
oe _< urea> was dead. on others. To do this is to make the services of carpenter.{ When F to Florida for a home, I

la i OBI It_. them happy through the self re pect tie boards are neatly nailed together; .
JAS M.UHAH vvt reidf-iit. i EG.W.HYDI'II'e
'e tack narrow molding; along the edges Prey
:11'0.! fuiiiitl: In tbtt'llrlll.'t known that comes with the realization of power OH
and over the corners to give them a
and thus to approximate Tenuy&on'sgoal I
of man. "Self reverence, self I. finished appearance. Then paint the i You desire to in} est in any I

of Men bale Allourd.iiluii knowledge, self 'Ontrol.--Century. boxes the color of the trimmings of F kind of Florida property, I The First national Bank
the Secure them with iron
: tar the borders of Rus- the windows.

114 the "i*:.' vit.v In for work i>eoniru Do It Aow. brackets and fill them Grst with one TO SEE I OF GAINESVILLE.The
inch of broken ash coal: and then well .
bt ) "nl'> The Cblnt-se women The following sentiment has been

t 'inly ftirl'Uklvn to live in tbUy variously attributed! to Stephen Grel- prepared lore three small auk er OR WRITE

tea tM, : |- tut I'vru to puss the great let Sir Rowland Hill( Edward Court holes in each box for drainage. Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
MonKlutt It is fascinating to $( a brilliant array
Kaikau} ami enter Into 'e
nay and the Earl of Devon and of flowers above the sill in a window Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . .S50.000 00

is said to have been inscribed upon the and refreshing! to smell: the sweet J. H.LIVINGSTON{ &SOH Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . ."J,0X( > 00
Jaiur II.i tombstone of tile latter: "I expect to I
0 the odor of mignonette and other old fashioned Doesexclusively! a bunking LU in.*i, with facillMt- tqual to any bunk fu the
01l0wlO. to i uu ,tract from pass through;: this: world but once. If,
hosts OCALA. FLORIDA. state :Solicis the at-pounis of Farmer*' Merchants, Oritoraiioa,
rlJ1t dttry, of KIn James II.rvwl therefore, there be any kindness I can Et<- Iuten-st allowed l bi fp+-cisl l ,.rrIiD meut. All bu'lnt'1' -
13041. hn"+,' In the Imperialof show or any good thing I can do to any --- tran'teted "rulliI'll ;

r:n :> "I +M I nut ri'tln' fromtl fellow being;: let me do it now. Let menot Crarsle.x! Japan. t i ; H. E, TAYLURCVhUr

sC | -n ll* 1"1' frt m a sense defer it nor neglect. it, for I shall: One reason given for the excessive

luight to not this again." reliance on manual labor in Japan Is
but i I preserve pass way
t rl .... ., All hay has to le: imported and naturally
,rr0:\ '4. Premature I"athu.
horse keep Is very expensive.ItarhelorH l:
1t.1 ..;.Uau... Wealthy American FatherinlawLook EXUPSS) per
here, count: Fui getting;: tired o? t ; McMillan Bros
S oft of ti J.t' c-uurt wf King Charles In Korea.
paying your debts. Count Boylon de
Innott-ut In some Every bachelor: in matt
England wen
e llakkll\"l nek-So soon? Sare, you hat Ji A H& %
1 If not In other Is regarded child, dressed *
atnuw'nents. his are .as a & & 3fc
a not paid ze half of ze debts yet!-Cblcago V-r5T
A .. favorite :nits were Tribune.Nan. as a child! awl treated as a child. Even '

u'i tuff" ami "hunt the s11raft if he be seventy he may not knot up Jfl* '' Southern Copper Works

t Go Abroad. his hair in manly fashion or assume Qt's, 6 QTR;

te! Eating l Sluep.ijuallty "Wbat makes you think they are rich the garb of n man. $noo_ itii % $A SOl Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

*v t'Ut'nt of the Soutb- Americans?" I Bill In Envelope.. : : ti

M ton Is Laid to I* due to the "lk("JuS{' they know so much more" If a bill must be sent through the 3x&* and General Metal Workers.Old .
about other countries than their own.
f the *k<*j eagerly devour the mail unregistered, fold It neatly around"a
C tcb .U>uml on the pastures In .Town Topics. rather long: visiting card and it will

sett, woru I nJt. These! snails!:: are escape, it is said, the most careful : Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
? 0' loe rich succulence ch ar- Sot In IIU Line. search of a postal thief.
+ ad 'e mutton raUed In the Employer-You don't seem to be ab\e through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or f

tglatld. to do anything. New Clerk-Well, I always The Dpa,... r'. Dam. wire will receive prompt attention at either of thefollowing

i __ had a political Job until I struck The beaver's dam Is constructed Inexact f works "

i C t jsrtegal'e Colonle.. this o e.-J11l1 e. accordance with the best principles -

t. tupl eras annexed to Spain .i of engineering and Is always In r FAYETT ILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

tilt ilonlw boIoBglng to the There have undoubtedly been bad width both at top and bottom exactly Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W.

e taken by tbe latter LutroDiloert'11J1 great men. !but inasmuch as they were proportioned to the weight of water Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla JACKSONVILLE. FLA MOBILE, ALA.i
the Dutch. bad they were not great-Hur* It Is intended to support. .
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FIt IMPERILED THE 1 ::TTING 'IN THE: ., .- -- -1

ill WALNUTS CLEANING KALAMAZOO. Spondallx.At R.1 Vll!NiL' ,.1:J.._. :,4 :Lyi/'St: !.LlL..;--;_LS! -,,.,,_,';:''-'-''i=]'..,..:11:;= 'E-l.M'--.M1rLlSI.rLN...!.._--;--11-''J1'S--GI'i-J 'I-l4__U;_LI; :
lodu.trw Tba a slang name for money "spondn- '5'

LIVES CoaMrr Schools Closes Callfornfa Women Improving and llx" has Its origin In the Greek word iT\1"
300 Beautifyinga
f"J GUESTS The first English traUtt.t orchard In !, Michigan Town. spondulos a shell. Shells of a certain WEE A T MEATTo il

[ CAIIlorlaa Wilg plantl'l with seed from The women of the Civic league of species were once used as money, both I
the In Greece and
.tngcy: Kalamazoo Egypt.
; : mpisiou gurd(>n wht'I'e Mich., are doing much to grow strong.
iUze Occurs In the Gait House the Padres liild started Improve and i[ I II
a few trees with beautify their town. Recently good meat we may as well let =
ta A nuts Borax.A :.
at Louisville, Ky. The undertaking with thorn from Spain. I one of the most active members used by physicians borax not I s a .I ; l; it alone. There is strength
: was a surreys from I of the league, Mrs. Crane, visited all
only softens but
le first, and the I purifies water, heals I in tough meat-instead of giving

ummge of the merchants : y
wlllnut and got them to promise ulcers and boils Is
has relieves bruises
tx.cov. BC3 TAYLOR IS A GUEST. trees steadily early increased. The walnut I I to sweep their walks: regularly and sprains!! and burns, allays Inflammations i s it take strength to digest

n. oral UP steady age demand of bearing.: Its long life ', to scrub them off at Mated periods. and prickly heat. Is useful In catarrh -. (Fo a$! it. It pays to Le careful Ins |
the Pretence of
Only of its
the product
t'-1n& to make the enterprise I|' She had a photographer make a tour anal acidity. of the stomach and r /1 buying meat-he sure to get cED
Night Clerk Probably deservedly as an ar.t'*" tic In typhoid! fever
Prevented a popular. taking snapshots of alleys and the : cholera 7-
t : |I mt1 s::..r.l.pox.Uroteeetcmal.. the best-tender and choice f J
The back
Mftrriblt Panic and the Loss of walnut tree begins to bear yards of private residences. These

"Many Lives. six or'l'n years olll, and nothing when is : pictures she has numbered and record &s Pay a little more if need be and

; known definitely of its age limit,, 0, ed like legal exhibits and they will be ..z s put something your stomach
... ,..
lou1artlle l carin -- ..
Ky.. August 8. ;: Fabulous stories used to bring about a reform. Regarding which
-Fire, are told of @- j will put flesh on your
_]Web was discovered in the secondkSesient trees In Spain, | one or two centuries old, this feature Mrs. Crane says: r.F..BIGG I ___ oS;

of the Galt house at 3:30 bearing enormous crops. The oldest "We do cot wish to attract attentionIn ATrORXEY-AT-LAW. z j bones and strong blood in your

trees in California this way or create the impressionthat veins.
'dock tb.i: morning. Imperiled the are still bearing but (Office in Gary-Asrnew! Block.)
Bfes of 30J deductions! from the short history al we believe Kalamazoo to be worse OCALA.
guests. The Fy.oRIDA.n
presence of
ready made than other towns. I WARDS
bU3 of CSauJe lirown. the show that the tree Is in Its BROS.
night clerk, prime from i its "The photographs taken hot D. FULLER.: :
are publicly
Ui<<,the pro rpt arrival of tfie firemen tie th twenty-fifth to its thir t& -Stall 3 and 4 City: Market, Ocala, Fla.
year. Hfteen hundred displayed but are simply used In 1 .
pounds of
frenteda. uilties
j from a panic.Tie nuN to the presenting to the the J
RCSV i is u good proper persons I iiJ
bl A : '. which started average yield Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank Ocala Fla. flg-rI j
m what making: seventy-five pounds the average : conditions which exist. In many cases -

1Ilo'J, ti tie: wood basement, uhderiIOutal"ht weight from one tree I the persons concerned have not noticed J M. TJlO IP50 .

corner of Ute building, TLe harvest;, time begins about the or realized the conditions which exist -

riflly filled the building with dens middle of September and lasts nearly : and have been glad that we called the PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON: .

tiwke. lr! Crown rang in the alarm. six weeks. The nuts begin to fall with i matter to their attention. Office over Teapot OCALA.Grocery FLA.Opp. Montezuma.

Hrthea: started the alarm bells all the I leaves, and the perfect cultivation "House cleaning is woman's natural p _

air tie h':use, at the game tlm under the tnvs leaves no chance for I study, and the cleaning of a town is f DWIN SPENCER.ATTORNEYATLAW.: .

wtr:1: a number of bell boys to go them to lose tJu'mselveg among clodsor but .a" larger view of the same proposition C.. _

into the building and :awaken the weeds. The brown dead leaves .. ....,-,-
Mrs. Crane has carried :;-0:;
alone hide the nuts. Under a little satchel 1 OCALA. 7.5v'FLORIDA .
Ha normal
pets& warned the boys to con
say with her :
ditions containing printed slips
it"b that the fire had they drop[ tree from the outer .
not reached husk or hull through its irregular which she has frequently given to passIng J CH.\SE.--...: Dyspeptics
tla.tfou, $ I
proportions and to
These slips read:
getting the nuts DENTIST
eetcfaily pickedup / h ate uaia everyday by their on ea. "

loa Cacpr, the assistant is u simple mutter. Sometimes the OCALA ilL .i cess. frets that case of eoiaupatioa before 1&beeomea
manager trees
are well irrigated just before Dar PLEASE! i
writ the halls I pARLOS L. SISTRDNK. / !
II Qmugh beating a gong vest time to insure the clean dropping The Woman's Civic Improvement U
te m\en the guests and another man of the nuts. league has undertaken to keep J j ? "D fA 'chronic.LMR
Wi kept blur at the house Main street clean. We ask YOU to { ATTORNEY.AT-LAW. PILLS
telephonenJifif Boys and
girls men and women Japanese help us. Please do not throw anything Room ., Masonic Building Ocala. Fla. 5811 ll ,
up the different rooms to getpeople and Chinese, are all pressed into -paper, fruit skins and other ,' i !If J ANDTONIG PELLETS
tk out before the firs spread service and on hands and knees thegreaf litter-In the street; put It in the -- -------- r \
lift I waste paper can on the corner. II the only tea dies.which assist Natore and do not get fa w I I'waf.
Samueleon. a representative 0' orchards are gone over not once, I
And. gentlemen, please do not spit Powerful
LOOKING 11 porgativea gripe, pun sad make conhtd 1
Caln. ... 3. 8, Brown who is a cript but several times on account of the Irregular on the sidewalk, or in the gratings AHEAD \ / 4
drug-t.ake., Ramon' Itemedie. act u4 Stove
or anrwhle but in the gently the
kid considerable trouble getting : ripening of the nuts. The trees : gutter. 1I 1//
Now. please: dcn't throw this in c"tem independent ol For
are I drugs. Ale bJ aD aoalan. J
teitlbut be occasionally shaken
escaped without during the sean ,
Injury. the
stretrtAs Parsons
In the Early .
Stages Your
of Kidney
4ruggm trill lutniab tree wU1.I
a sample 01 pro
so looseu the :
'ib and
| cflrerQtn arrived quickly at the nuts before the I Diseases Should Waite n* 1

fire-=--ad helped to get out the guests, last gleaning they are "poled" to start ai ob.pot: lesson the I league recently Tim In Making their \ Brown Mfg. Co.

wit:OT1 to the street without panprfag the very tardy ones This is done by s,7 rsrJ to clean: the streets 1 in.. Kidneys Right

long, coarse bamboo poles whose lightweight the) blsinecr: .tcn: of thf town, and \ New York

kI to the fire an engine ran I In certain makes rural them districts easily bandl the(>l}. I the results of tler work so far achieved If you don't atop that pain In the back, \ and Qreeneville..

lets a truck wagon and Captain! Hen publicscbools are em-oumjrinj. ; They expect to lome of these days you are extremely Tenn.
close regularly for a "walnut prose tI:('} can do tLe woe!; better and i
"d KUher Guthrie were inCijjuia vacation" The I liable to hare Bright'i Disease or tome
t k help of the children is weeded ith :greats economy than has yet
n and the children other form of kidney trouble. You art
are nothing10ath been the ras in any American city.
{ John Merten and John Put- to replenish their diminished i Frl:1 tl... start Mrs Crane made ax- Just as much In danger if you have dryness -

wj1pnra of No. 3. company, were Purses Palls cans and gunnysacks arc raln'ts to Lave the refuse collected of the skin headaches, restlessness, :I 'j
or eome by smoke. Former Gov scattered among the pickers and when 1'm: the! \-':rein carried'away at no 'unusual appetite and great thirst, or If

.".ir R brt I. Taylor of Tennessee. the bales are full they are carried to ex;;. :'";.t.. tins sire stated that she expe 1 you notIce sediment or cloudiness the I For Sale by Postoffice .

t*| 8. Of the guests and eppeareda the drying grounds, where they are <-.i :u make this: item a source of urine or other urinary irregularities.r I Drug Store.

fat street oollarleis and hatless. spread out on slat trays to dry.-lie- I prcfct alter the first wee!;. .\ farnecll. FOLET'S KIDNEY CuRB makes the kid ..

view of Reviews. ,i::(ll .u growing celery has cartedaw.jy and -.
1I.Jwdt oeya right, whenever there are any
Richard Hobbs the ru'u&e, using it as fertilizer.I''it -
Indication that there! organa are In the
[say" (It,. August 8.-Judge Rich-! THE EVERGREENS. Mrs. Crane would not make a con least way disturbed, It should be taken C. I.I GRACE
atd tr.K'tlt.! Lim for longer than one
J"/bw died at hU residence i in promptly and regularly until all
r tale 'White l'ine.-Five needles in a bundle week. It Is believed this is the first symptoms 1
tRy ihortly before midnight Frd44after I' of kidney trouble have disappeared. Successor to Central lumoer Co.
: scales of cone thickened at the top place in the United: States where the
two days Illcass. Judge Scotch Tine.-Two bluish shortnetdies dirt from the streets: has been taken This preparation ia composed. of the best
Hel&s green
was one of the most remark in a bundle. away without expense[ to the city. known remedies employed by kidney 1 r
.. area la Georgia and few wereMjfroninent 1 Fir.-Krett cone; flat spreading Oldies 'e Junior ie3t; !ev are heir; organized" specialists, and U cannot help but oare I Dealer In
|la the affairs of this 1 among the children! : who will exert
every form of kidney trouble If taken
scattered and
singly. Dressed
Rough Lumber
t t % tie was born in County their influence to have the streets kept Kiln Dried Flooring.Ceiling
early. Thousands have testified ,
to this
Austrian Pine.-Two long, dark -
Cert tread 89 years ago but camet needles in u bundle clean! and beautify the town. "I tell fact In even the most hopeless easel il and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

]4lf. country mhea quite a young the children." said lira Crane, "th at will :Manufacturer of -
always relief. {
Norway Spruce. Large hangingcones
..&il through his own persistent ef. few of us are privileged! to give ourselves : Turned Ballusters
; scattered needles point all ways. Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and '
fg+ | tfir he became aa American to our country nowadays, but
H'tlllock-SmaU hanging cones flat writes: For I have been t1y' Window Frames Mantels Church Seats
dUa h* aeqatred vide learning and ; that we may all be patriots of our years gr Pulpits, School

tt..OI' of the belt Informed men It laCNttl sprat town, t'oin? what we can to make It bothered with kidney and bladder trouble Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly! T,,
Larch.Many needles in a cluster; beautiful and healthful." and enlarged prostate gland. I used receiving Lumber and
when he died. II. achieved can fill orders for quantities and '
fall{ off each ;year; erect cones. everything known to the profession without ( any
e 3tpietKxu success !n the law and1MU4 t I sizes. Mail orders attended to
Red Cedar.-Uluish berries; sharp WINDOW BOXES. relief, until I was Induced to use I promptly
a fartun
J. prickly spray. FOLET'S KIDNEY CURE. After taking i I 1 1m

iLAw"C."I"I't; Cramp' Yards. Arbor ViUc.-Flat branches; cones They Beautify HenlJenoc and Street. three bottles I was entirely relieved and I

PlUd.p! la. August S.-The freight few bcaled. and only two seeds under How to Make Them cured. I prescribe it now dally in 1

.Wfc.r Mohlrin. built for the Clyda One of the best ways to beautify a and ;;
each.White practice heartily recommend Ita nae "
iiaiel.ltllvxnlaal. *s* launched at Cedar.-Cones roundish with residence and a street as well Is by to all physicians for such troubles, for I 'MCI A M 0 1ENTtr( _
K pt *..p yard, The vessel waaII four to eight seeds under each. means of window boxes with growing 44 l
can honestly state I hare It la
elf 1114', Ira Wilbur 8. Rose Fitch. Tine.-Dark stiff needles arranged flowers, and the plan Is being adopted

It& 4tifaur of the late WUUamCra In threes.Boston Post. In many cities and towns this year. In hundreds of cases with perfect success' r I/I Have you decided on the kind o

Th* Uobfeaa will ply betweDN. a Massachusetts town recently the village l PostoftW I/rusrSion- fertilizer
I 7' ,1)1 you are going to use? It'a
improvement society induced the ,
.. York. Charleston and DUroutrnt With 11'oI:. .
heiicrevgl'. She U 234 feet in That there is much diw-onteut with residents of an entire street to beautify ----- I t not a question of how much but

work the called middleclasses ] their residences in this way, and it % & what kind
so \vm tin b-
among; +t reult
...& bat a dpU of 40 feet and herM It Will
has resulted in of the
one prettieststreets
America is due in large part T
rsg espaetty U ISf.OOO cubic feet can he obtained. You can't make a
in the state.
to the pampering of (children to the q
After Many Years.Alt. :- supplying of their natural and artificial Anyone can make these window I mistake when you use our high grade

';t", .. August 8.-' wants! and to the sentimental idea that boxes at home with very little trouble PayYou']! I IIF fertilizers.

TUia.( a c-ru. fca beeR arrested "their day of toil will come soon l says a writer in the New York "
American. half inch Highest cash pries paid for dry bones
= Buy planed '
..rt tft,d with attrder more than enough. In general, work is not a ..' '
boards of the with I t .
right length.
but pieces
a blessing! positive *
curse mean
t ft &.. ta life* county. It i hU' You have Real Estate
for the ends about eight inches wide.Nail any ''
of One
can hardly begin too
kllM a named) early Impress upon children lessons the front boards over the edgesof to sell, I FLORIDA f fERTILIZER MFC. OMPiHT' ? ,

SHr'I 1tt11lC bin with. a brickto of self help by tasks appropriate to the side pieces unless the boxes are OR Gainesville, Fla.

'--1 man testy throwing the their age and forces and to beget in inhered at the connrs. which wouldmake ,

1 yle h. fever knew that them scorn. of idleness and of dependence them more expensive by requiring You're thinking of coming

WH Ills/ on others. To do this Is to make the services of a carpenter. When I, I F to Florida for a home,

1 ..... them happy through the self respect the boards are neatly nailed together;

raw'lIu 'I lit. .U?..rlk t kDOwnH..d that comes with the realization of power tack \\ molding l along; the ear es OR Jai: ::\I.nHAH.t, 1're-uUut. ...IO..IIYDIItr.: ...

and thus to approximate Tennyson's and over the corners to give them a

--- gun! of man "Self reverence, self ,I finished appearance. Then paint the You desire to invest in any

N.. IP.... .% knowledge! ; self ontro1..Century. boxes the color of the trimming; of I IF kind of Florida property, The First national BankOF

t I ttiv tarter of nUI'IIi the windows. Secure them with f iron

nMll In the worM lv- brackets and fill them first with cue:
Do It Aow. TO SEE
,....i wh Ttw <*bt..... wewenn Hie following; sentiment has been inch of broken ah coal and thl'Dwll GAINESVILLE.The .

..., ,ur"+ ....,- to Uft tu this variously: attributed! to Stephen::: Grel- prepared earth. Bore three small auger OR WRITE
f. INK w .H lu poor the ir.t.iwl holes in each box forjlraiuasre.
let Sir Rowland Hill, Edward Courtenay Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
x..a raMr Into Mon- It Is fascinating: to see a brilliant array
and the Karl of Devon andjs
of flowers above the sill in a window CaJlital 1. . . . . . . .. . . 840,080 (If'9)
I Mid! to have been inscribed upon thftmnlotone j. H.lIVlHCnml( &SOO
t -Kin. ..;;;:II.liM .- of the latter: "I expect to and refreshing to smell: the sweet I Surplus and Undivided *,,(IO<. .i

... un struct treat e pass through tin world but once. If odor of mignonette; and other old fashfoned Does exclusively H banking Lii-in *!s, with tetlittr! !; equal to any lwtk (u the

.. titart, .d IUq Jaaw.J tiI therefore, there be. any kindness I can posies OCALA. FLORIDA. state. :Solicts the account of Farmer", Merchants', Or|..raik**,
_. __ EIllterl\ -st allowed l hr t-prcial I xrranuemeut. All lK4{er+w
,rf l>n i I" 'i i in tin lmikil show or any good thing) I can do to any --
trail rfld
t.rr1f.||p Hrl>, 'I di.I "i'I r..ltv tromc..a" fellow brine let me do it now. Let me Grnssless Japan. i I 17 I'fllUlI'II H. E. TA\.OItU.ltltr

J, .JIt tb 1\: tit' from II M'f1S not defer it nor neglect it, for I shall One reason given for the excessive

at ft* Imt tlial I UMkt |im rce to not pas this way n aiu." reliance on manual{ labor in Japan Is

...r.. ik a ....- '!...! I r ,' All hay has to I;e imported and naturally
?*" glrrutn +rV l'rt'lIIutnrtJ.'atl nt"
WealthAmerican 1'ather-in-law- horse keep j is very: expensive.liarhelorx R
>> );,.l 1'ii.llwe*. EXPRESSPREPAID k"
Look here count! ['Sri petting tired o? McMillan Bros
V;4 Tf ..r tt e <- ,uri >>r KlmrClwrleaIL In Korea.
IIlJln'our! debts. Count ttoylon d
?$jfcas11 *w. 'lu..t In ? Every h,: !rloI' in Korea, no matter
llakkuvisaek soon? Sare, you
V a *. if not In others. Wr his age.: is regarded uis a child dressedas
half of
not paid ze ze debts yet!-
A heir ins irllr! KUW were a child anl treated as a child. Even
'9 Iu', bur1 H..1| "bunt the slipnllty 1 cago if he be seventy he may not knot up 'iv >Wi K Southern Copper Works

iw his hair in manly fashion or assume v4v *. f-J
12QTo m% o QTS
i ""!lit Go Abroad. ,
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sail casing fheep.rllitd "What makes you think they are rich the garb cf a man. 50qChas. Fr tf r' s/iso Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

", (.f the Pout h- Americans"he I Dills In Envelopes. -

tuB U MiM to be due to t "Kecause they know so much more If a bill must be sent through the and General Metal Workers.
devour the about other! countries than their own.]
1 the 1bff'V WRvrlj mail unregistered fold It neatly around

(b .|iuu d on the pastures InTown Topics. a rather long visiting card, and It will 'c

tint iu t14 ube mcculonce char- Sot In Ills Line. search of thief. ,
. a postal Q ,
'N mutton raited In the Employer-You don't seem to be abie 1 through the. country a specialty. Orders by mail or

gtai tpelaaal's to do anything. New Clerk-Well I always The Dearer' Dam. wire will receive prompt attention at either of thefolIcwinO'

I had- a political job until I struck The beaver's dam Is constructed works *.
t -
( Iwale., this one.-Judjre. exact accordance with the best principles 0

up) area careful to Sp ale of engineering and Is always In r FAYETTvflLLE N. C. SAVANNAH OAfJACKSv.iVILLE.

beloBjrlnjc to the There have undoubtedly been bad width, both at and bottom ,
0t >lonle top exactly E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W
taken Dj tie Utter, but great men but inasmuch as they were proportioned to the weight of waterit St. Jacksonville Fla. FLA MOBILE ALA
Bay ,
ur rtl br the Dutch. bad they were not great-Hur' Is Intended to support. .

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r Written tM the Ocala Banner. Japs' Gallant Rush Fire.In Face of a Hot _-' .;i CIc STR.\USS\ & cog ,

The tffet was o'er-the thunderOf > i I
caan beard ao more- Simoucheng, Manchuria, August 8- :f.
AM Btujra laID of cnmson There was heavy fighting here for FOR .: m9

The trampled gretntward bore two days. The Japanese commencedthe -
PMtal had been the havoc i .
attack at dawn on July 20, with WHOLESALE
AM! May a valiant breast .
a long range rifle fire on the Russian >
The Ua44aMand true hearted ;
right. The Russians wasted no am- YOU ill
Tb,fe fM.4 an cndlvw rhl.
munition in replying to the fire and
Tk .*n in golJen glory, I
"' .t_ki.c behind the hill_ the Japanese brought a mountain bat
Ttw entile breeze was rippling tery to their support. They then i 1 {i Dealers
The Drawing mountain rill. moved forward in order to secure a I DRIN : Whiskey{ j.$
Pf M *4tD4 fee fornktu, better range, the infantry racing t -
A talwatt toMitr lay-
across the Russian zone of fire to se-
The fie MBbeam (ailing I
Athwart .. cure a post"nearer to the ridge on the FLORIDA.
bta dr of gray. ALA .
Russian right. Many fell during this II ,
material a drink ot water, I
advance, but the remainder gallantly
tile p.k Up ptfchC.ith t hlrstI I I ,r
>rta-IIIHr.r ilrery fountain.
Wfccreltonx water burst. The battery followed, galloping forward I 4Y
The day was tiding recklessly as well as the natureof I

AV rtaultiMand terene.Wh the ground permitted. There was
.t.death and glory meeting,
I\a "the. ltU' scene. no fault to find with their shooting THE .1 W i
from the new position, from which OfJEAT I !L4\ ys. Sell the Best Liquors i 4 f
TI Le!treat the dark pine for+t they concentrated their shell and
> Millet dad in blue
rifle fire on the Russians, compelling HEALTH DRINK
Whtt average writs !Uttering.Atwfcf 1 .
heart and true. the latter to fall back 150 yards to bet For the Least Money. -

AtoMced with firm steps treading. ter cover. A battery coming to the t1 I

ffce Mltmn fieW o'er spread support of the Russians turned the

Wt fc many a tattered banner. tide of the battle and shifted the Jap- IN THE GOOD 'OLD ,
A4 nark*of conflict dread. : !
anese guns, four of wHich:! were dismounted .

.., ... with silent rQObt p.. The Japanese then retired rd r
He U...J hit lonely way- from their position, and with the remainder -
Art }..u.*J U iie the soldier lad. of their forces attacked and SUMMER( Remember Our Motto: ? .

Wlit XMH WM fewabefede the simple the gray fallen; pressed other points of the Russian IIML"I "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEiLIKG.( G

AM ki..y put his flakJcT lines, creeping up through the kaolin I ,.INCINNATI.O} ; TRAI, 3 ,
.MM athtrtt for water, fields to within 400 yards of the Rus 4t+st Cal.tI art 1

A CIWHHIB'I noble task: sian trenches. They lost heavily r I

Vtt.*ten were the difference The Russians, however, did not suf--' t
A*he beat the lint long day fer except from the extreme Heat. M ETTO is a delicious -
Afcwrt the towley bed of straw Towards evening these Russians -

Of with tie healing who wore touch the and gray soothing.; tapped the Japanese heliograph com i beverage :I \\'e especially call your attention to the following '

munication and found that the Jap- :
U'M leader hart and true: specialties:
from Saw Palmetto
TW-akinjonly of his brother man anese were preparing for a flank ripe
Wa tIM lad who wore the blue. movement. Lieutenant General Zas-
With gentle words low spoken salitch extended his flank companiesand Berries. Absolutely free I I 1 II j Strauss' '76 four full quarts, $6; twelve full quarts, $iG. !

Kia4 a*a woman fair headed off the movement. i iI
"rom harmful drugs. Metto
He toothed the alien's fears away; General Mltschenkl had a hot figK w Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3.50; twelve f
And kept bin from despair. I :
on the Russian flank. .His cavalry
The ftlue and Gray were strangers attacked the Japanese, inflicting a stimulates the Liver, I full quarts, $10. .
Had brat met in battle's din
Art yet-"Oae touch of nature heavy loss and retiring safely to its flushes the Kidneys acts
win make the world akin." former position. The battle was resumed Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four: bottles, $2.90;

-BFA TRICP. MARKAK.Deviated hotly on the morning of July directly on the Bladder. twelve bottles 850.
i. Veteran Phil!l Brown, of Blue! 31, the Japanese tried to evelope the ,

fttdf Spring Va.Sunday Russians, but they were met by a Makes the organs per-

Laws in Germany. division of a brigade, posted especially Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15.P. .
in expectation of their movement form their functions in a
Ai>ro| oe of the current interest in
and were driven back with loss.KELLER .
the, Sunday question in the United o natural I way, thereby ----1 S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express on these Goods.

Platen, what has lately been done in LAUGHED AT DANGER. t RAUj
keeping the system in a j All goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same dayas
Oermany has a certain significance. His Death Due to His bwn Recklessness. the order is received. I '

: It III not uncommon there for shops to perfect and healthy con i I V ,

l open for a part of the day, care being LJao Yang August S.-Prince Shi- W Agents for PABST MILWAUKEE BEEB. t
dition. : : : : :
rensko, an eye-witness of General Kel-
! taken to have them closed during the
ler's death says it was due to a reckless Respectfully,.
Sold All
l hour of n-liJtioullSen'ice. The United by Druggisffo
inspection of the batteries
State t-on.-ul at Freiburg a re- During a lull In the fighting about- Sl R.iU55 d(e

I wit report, mentions that at the beginning mldHay July :21, General Keller, although alcI VEIl and MACKA STRAUSS & co. Sr.AU
f of the year there was much warned by his subordinatesthat
his white uniform made t- -
a target, ..
agitation regarding the opening of laughed and slipped from his horse ". e. .. .. ... __ .. .. .. ..' OCALA, FLORIDA.

t city stores on Sunday. It is a day on and walked to the front of the bat >r.) ,..!f!"t.-!'!< ),;-r"'of\" .'J-':';. """' ,...,":' .rJ"iI' v-' .
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tery just as a shrapnell shell burst. He J: '''-''' ..._.'.''I'.:'''' '",_..1. -- -- -- -- .,,. .
which the ants from : .
outlying -
l'a .. .
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towns and villages go to"the cities to died within two minutes after being r.@v.r'.or.'.j;ti''f.; .i.i I/l .r,--. .. -.-.- _.-. ._.. -_ -__, _' ... ....._ _-..- -___- -., ., ,w--' 'rM .a.' )1
wounded. The railway carriage in FUNERALDIRECTORS. r
tlo their shopping. The employees' which his body was brought here was t r
unioiiH and societies wanted shorter profusely decorated with evergreensand ::: !

hour, while the proprietors of shops wild flowers, gathered by his men (I Fard| Man To Beat. i
as a last tribute to their commander. i -
anti stores naturally desired to keep .
AT ROSEMOUNT. Have a full stock of t'otJiu'B"kels -
them open for trade, Sunday beingone
and Burial Outfits. Specialriven to
of their best days, bringing in
Judge Parker Spends Quiet But Busy Burial rvices. ,
large receipts. It was finally settled Day.

by agreement that from Whitsuntide Esopus, N. Y., August 8.-Judge Embalming to Order
Parker spent a quiet but busy morn
until October 1 in each year the shops
ing after the events of "yesterday, H 1
and fctores may be open on Sundaysfrom when he closed a period of nearly 30 WHITE'SCream

9 oolock until 1 o'clock,and for years' service in the judiciary in the

the rest of the year from 11 until 3 state of New York. VermifugeTHE P"
After breakfast Judge Parker concentrated ,i.
o'clock, and in addition that grocery ,
attention upon the large
and provision shops may be open from correspondence which has accumulat. GUARANTEED "

8 until 9 in the morning ed during the last few days when he a F

has devoted all his spare time to his N WORMREMEDY tf
$ iirr
Tlir urxi vi"illU O.-ah of Dr E. T. speech of acceptance. g J

Allen, tlierxi riar in'i-f and throats Later he went for a ride on horseback ,

""u of Tampa will li.. Thuixla with Mrs. Parker.. -

August 23vM< iifZimia' h It is said at Rosemount that: no visitors {

were expected today. I
"Do It To Day r
The time-worn injunction, "Never I THE GENUINE PREPARED: ONLY BY } F,1gir .-

put ort 'til to-morrow what you can doto(3) Diamond Found in Package Plumbic Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. <1,;

'," is now generally presentedin Acetate. ST. LOUIS MO.

Otis 1 form:"Do it tonlay! That is Cartersville, Ga., AugustA dia. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.A. .

the terse advice we want to give you mond was found in a package of plum.

about that hacking cough or demoralising bic acetate by John Reusch, who ,

('OMith which you have been purchased 10 cents worth of the ma

r otruggling{ several days, perhaps terial from a local druggist.Ir.. : -

wf ks. Take some relibale remedy for Reusch, in handling the sugar of lead, I : -
It to-day and let that remedy be Dr. felt something hard, and upon cleaning {'Cfy.' '.

Iktnchw'b German Syrup, which has the white powder from it, detecteda Laaol ;hf : f 1H'"

b**n in use for over thirty years. A glitter that induced him to believethe j
few )hires of it will undoubtedly- lump might be valuable.He I

r Mv your cough or cold, and its con- carried it to an Atlanta jeweler

tfavtttHl e for a fedars will cure and had it tested, the jeweler decide I I I I I HflWKES, Optician, The np) who buys HARDWARE of 4

you completely. Xo matter how ing that it was a genuine diamond, Established 1870. T

deep-seated your cough:: ,even if dread worth J250. Commencing over thirty years ago iu
cons-umption has attaked your lungs, The stone has been made into ring JUt smallest way, the firm has btead MARION

German Syrup willl surely effect a wife.It and .presented by the finder to his iyt and rapidly SPECTACLES vrowu, until uowHAWKES' RDWARECOMPANYr {

care as it has done before in thou- EYEGLASSES have a national

nandri of apparently hopeless cases! of is thought the diamond slipped imputation, and are used ill every I f" .'--
lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25c; from the hand of some druggist while town and city tbroutrnout the south. AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" -
the sugar of lead was being placed in These famous glasses are used by the
regular size, 75c. For sale at antiMonopoly -
the package for shipment. beatclats of people in all communities. STOVES
Drug Store. m They are sold only by inerchhntd AND RANGES .t t :
CASTRO'S PURSE IS TIED UP. of recognized reliability, of whom -
Why the Piper was not Printed on -- there Are now over 11,000 handlingthese CHATTANOOGA f .
Time. goods; and when it is rl"memebered PLOWS -
Financial Situation in Venezuela II Ex. that there is only oue agent in .::1 j
We have no apologies to make for tremely Critical. town, the wonderful demand for there :, 1

coming out two days late. Thursday New York, August 8.-In consequence can be somewhat appreciated.For ELLWOOD FENCING '
of the aggressive policy displayed sale by
just happened to come two days too
&r President Castro, of Vene UK. ']ANDERSON.
Boon for us this week. The editor zuela, against France M. Delcaste
Sever Peddled. A Full Line of '
was mixed upwith collge affairs, Dan the French minister of foreign affairs Everything Usually Carried

bad special work on hand, and the fair ,has taken steps to' prevent the inn
L'fliize trine
unification of the Venezuelan debt, Study a t H some of e.auDJS Vow spare getting a First Class Hardware Store.
typo had a beau. And there isn't better edncatron. _
I which had been arrangedwith the Lean more, and you :. .
aonther man in town Who knows an I Banque of Paris et Bays Bas nays a leave unmore.borne With ot employment the Tablet to Home lean Study Bookkoe Lessons; .you Anthmedc.Algebra need not. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS TURPENTINE. r f
Grammar,Rhetoric Literature History, MILL AND
eight point from a brass galley.-West Herald dispatch from Wilfctlm. Pbtslcs,Latin Geometry,de. Teachers aided to pass cxaminltioDS.tyn.tuc MINING SUPPLIES | \ .'
s. GrcuUrsb* -Mdr i.Li NI.)'J5 .fU.FQIIBHONEMAR
Lafayette (Ohio) Indicator.FOUYSKIDNIYCUEE. Germany and Great Britftla are in -
accord with the French Tlew' of the MARIONXHARDW

question assistance.and have refused my financial AREXCOMP ANY, ::

viva Kldaevs and Bladder Roil TIle situation IJB critical l do"-the co.eth aDd heal-1an F


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: THE OCACA l4ft Ii O ___

I .f! THE COMING OUAHGE CROP. NOTICE OF ELECTION. telony in The Courts of JUcord and in "Section O.> The Legislature' shall not NOTICE.

.all criminal cases originating In the C1r :pass special or local laws in any of the UNIVERSITYOF
Wherea... The Legislature of 1903. un- cult Courts. The court shall have the pow. 'following enumerated cases; that is to say
fer the Constitution of 188S of the State of er to Issue writs of mandamus, certiorarI, :regulating tho jurisdiction and duties of la the Circuit Co'rt of the Fifth Judicial Ctoail

..., r JI WrH OF THE INDUSTRY IN THE Florida did pass seven Joint resolutions prohibition quo warranto, habeas corpus, any class of officers, or for the punishment of Florida in and for Mirion county,

UNITED STATES. proposing amendments to the Constitutionof and also all writs necessary or proper to 'of crime or misdemeanor; except for the in Chancery.- Dirorct.
f the State of Florida and the same were the complete exercise of Its Jurisdiction. enforcement of special local laws regulating -

In a lengthy renew of the orange agreed to by a vote of thr -tourths of all Each of the Justices shall have power to the practice of courts of justice; Janie Morgan. ?.aintiff. vs. Walter 11

the members elected to each house; that Issue writs of habeas corpus to any partof providing for changing venue of civil and Defendant

: ot the United States the Crop Re- the vote on said joint resolutions were en- the State upon petition by, or on behalfof criminal cases; granting divorces; chang 'I IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFEVDAXT

tered-upon their respective journals. with any person held in actual custody, and ing the names of persons; vacating roads; FLORIDA I herein named Walter Morgia b and h s
porter for August (the monthly publication yeas and nays thereon. and they did determine -may make such writs returnable before summoning and impaneling grand and petit hereby required U appear t the complint

of the United States and direct that the said Joint reso- himself or the Supreme Court or any Justice -juries and providing for their compensation in this cause on or be lore

Department lutions be submitted to the electors of the thereof or before any Circuit Judge, ; for assessment and collection of J/imcta), irjilig nf lkti of Agriculture) gives same interesting State at the general election In November, and when not returned to the Supreme taxes for State and county and municipal tIlt .
1304. ,Court, an appeal to that court shall aliways purposes; for opening and conducting eleo- It is further ordered that I copy of this ol
; data about the industry. Now therefore. I. H. Clay Crawford. lie. tions for State and county and municipal be published once a week for eijht ceaseest1ve

: Secretary of State of the State of Florida,! Section U of article F of the Constitution officers, and for designating! the places of FIRST CIPSS' PROVISIONFOR necks in the Ocala Banner D.4.

( Toe outlook for 1901-5 j is for tholargest 5o hereby give notice that a :of the State of Florida is hereby amenJed voting; for the sale of real estate belonging Donethisthet5thdsyofjti' C.SPTKU'iK.CerkCirca4ICI..

I GENERAL so as to read as follows: to: minors estates of decedents and of .
j crop ever marketed. ELECTION I "Sec. 11. The Circuit Courts shall have persons laboring under legal disabilities; EDWIN SPE cn.

; Oranges it says, were introducedInto will be held In each county In Florida on exclusive original jurisdiction in all cases regulating the fees of officers of the Stats A New Gymnasium Complainants s ilicitor. ".
Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in equity. Also In all cases at law not or county or municipalities; giving effectto BODY' splendidly Equipped.
; Florida by the Spaniards about I In November, A. D. 1304, the said Tuesday cognizable by inferior courts: and in. all informal or invalid deeds or wills; legitimizing -
being the (cases involving the legality of CY A Lirse Faculty Most
: any tax, as- children; providing for the adoption .LYi.IN U- NOTICE-
f the year 15W, Into California by the i i i ifci EIGHTH DAY. OF NOVEMBER ''land'sessment or toll; of the action of ejectment of children; relieving minors from legal Scholarly SpeCllhste."KORA1' .
of all: actions involving the titles or disabilities! '" C Our MtttO: --
for the ; for the establishment of
! :!*'lon Fathers about 1SOO. No com ratification rejection of the saW 1 boundaries of real estate and of all crimli ttrriea." -I'Sucd:Morals the Basis Notice of Application for Tax Deed :
j resolutions proposing amendments t.)i I nal ---t j lTat
cases not of Good
I cognizable by inferior Citizenship.
mercial crop were grown in Florida I I the Constitution of the State of Florida,,''and original Jurisdiction! of action of courts fordjb'e ,; Section; 24, article Sr of the Constitutionof tion t of Chapter 4 'uw. of F.

wtz: __ _. and "unlawful i Detainer l the State of Florida is hereby amended Address TE2: PBESI2EKT: Lake Fb. IS HEREBY: GIVEN W. P.
.. entry, : City
before.170, and California in 1S79-9. :j I # -. '..,. such other matters the and of so as to read as follows: NOTICE purcha er of Tas Ccri
I as Legislature may "Section 24. The Legislature shall establish i No 241. dated the day of June.
California's orange crop, indeed, was 1. .TFiE Xv!. !iprovlde. They shall have final! appellate! a uniform system of I has filed said certificate in my olc. (.
county am.
I __ ____ Jurisdiction In all civil and criminal cases, It government NOTICE made application for tax dee isoDe
shall divide a.
ftJ'ltt kntwn commercially in 1334, That the following amendment ,I arisipjr IP. the County, Court, or before the classes of not municipalities into dance with law. Said emMa,
to tn I.County Judge and of all misdemeanors more than four on the basis following described ia Marten

when 750 cars were sent east, attract- I and Constitution of the State of Florida be. and civil cases tried in the Courts of Record .of, population. ; !t shall establish for Notice ot Application for Tar Deed county. Florida -orprtYiituate:
the Under Section
I same is, hereby agreed to. and of Judgments or sentences of eacn coass a uniform system of gov- Lot S.Section 17. township ij range H.
ing national attention. Florida became shall be submitted to the electors of the nlciral court and of ail any mu- 'ernment; it shall provide for the re- 8 of Chapter 4558 Laws nf Florida. The said land being assessed a'he date .
cases arising be.
: State at the ( the issuance of such certificate !a the name
general election in November,!'fore Justices incorporation of each now existing municipality : 0
best known in 13S9-90: when over 1W4: for ratification! or rejection. ''which of the Peace in counties in and for the Incorporation of each MOTICE I:; HFREEY CIVENTHAT fHAS. Unknown. L'nltss said certificate that be r
i Section C of there Is no County Court. or Court il V. Miller purchaser ot city tax certificates! deemed according to law, tax deed wilt U
3,000,000( boxes were marketed.The i I tion of article 8 of the ConstitI )'bf Record, and supervision and appellate hereafter to be incorporated municipality ,:o. 5). dated the 4th day ot November, A.D. thereon on the 151(1 day of August A. D. Mil.
the State of Florida is hereby''Jurisdiction of matters arising before Coun.ty into one of such classes, and no law relating 1895 and certificate No 337 dated September 3. Witness my official signature and lat tt U
Florida freeze of February 7th amended so as to read as follows: : Judges pertaining to their probate Juris. to the creation government or powers A U. 1900. has filed said certificates in my office. the 9th day of July A. D 1904-!
Section 6. The Legislature shall provide diction or to the estates and interest of of any municipality or number of municipalities and has made application for tax deed to issuein 7 17 S. T SITSRDNK,
to 9th, in 1S95, destroyed trees and for the election by the qualified electors of,minors, and of such other matters as the less than the whole of a class, accordance with law. Said certificates em Clerk Circuit Court Marion O., FU
each oounty of the I shall be valid." brace the following described property situated
following county officers -j Legislature may provide. The -
fruit worth $30,000,000.( I :-. 'Courts and Judges shall have power Circuit to Section 8, article 8. of the Constitution of it Southwest Marion county quarter, Florida ot block, towit 20 Cliue's: additionto

j A to the I A vierx or the Circuit Court, a Sheriff issue' writs of mandamus Injunction. QUO the State of Florida Is hereby repealed. Ocala; and commencing 100 teet east of south- NOTICE
great impetus industrycame Constable, a County Assessor of Taxes. a1'wprranto. c:- Iorari. prohibition, habeas ... 1 1 west corner lot 6 R G. Smith addition, east 59

in 1S97, when two trees at Riv- I County Tax Collector, a County Treasurer.:corpus and all writs proper or necessary The votes cast compliance with said feet. north too feet, west 50 feet, south too feet.
i a Superintendent of Public Instruction and to the complete exercise of their Jurisdic proposed amendments and the canvass, The said land being assessed at the date ot of Application For Tax Dee Under S
erIde, Cal., turned out sixteen oranges a. County Sureyor.The tion." declaration and returns thereof, shall b, the issuance of such certificate in the name of 8 Chapter 4SSS, (Ild.

I term of office of all county officers Section 2of& article 5 of the Constitutionof subjected to 'the same regulations and restrictions said parties certificates unknown shall and be Shack redeemed Phillips. Unless ,TOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. D.

of "seedless" variety, a new mentioned in this section shall be four! the State of Florida is hereby amendedso as are provided by law for gen. law. tax deed will issue thereon according on the I3thi .i. Robertson, purcharofTu Certificate .
jears. except that the term of office of as to read as follows: ral elections in the State of Florid i day of September. A. D. 1904. 346, dated the day ot June A. D. 1912. ha
.'arlf't.lmporteJ from Bahia, Brazil, the County Assessor of Taxes County Tat "Sec. 24.. Upon the application of a majority In testimony whereof, I have hereunto Witness my official signature and seal this filed said certificate in my office and bat
Collector and County Treasurer of the registered set my hand and affixed the seal the loth of application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith
now generally known as the Washington shall be voters of any great ol day August, 1004 law. Said certificate embraces the following .
for two years until the general election in county In this State the Legislature shall the State of Florida at Tallahassee, the S.T. SISTRCNK.S described situated in Marion
property coun
navel. November 1306. at which election they also establish in such county a court of record -capital, this the first day of August A. D. 13 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. ty.Florida.

shall be elected for terms of four years and there shall be one Judge for each 19Ot. Southwest towt quarter of quarter, section .
The 1901-3 Florida crop i is now esti- each, and thenceforth all county officer of the said courts, who shall be a practic (L. S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, jl, township 14, 50Utwet.
r % named in this section shall be elected for ing attorney at law, and who shall be ap. .Jfecretaryof: Stale. NOTICE. The said land being assessed at the date oftheissuanceofsuchcertificate
mated at 1,600,000, and California's terms of four Their pointed by the Governor and confirmed by i I ia the name of
years. powers, duties To H. Sheriff Marion i
the Senate Perry Nugent County party unknown. said ceitificate shall
and who shall hold Unle
crop at 10,800,000 boxes. J and compensation shall be prescribed by:,I'for tour years. The annual his office I Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 be redeemed according to deed wil
I law. : salary of the | Chapter 4SS3. Laws of Florida. issue thereon on the 15th day of August, ,
Judge of said A
courts shall be oald Quarter. Railroad
The number of trees of bearing The Florida East Coast 1904-
age, 1 ly by the county where such court Is astablished. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. C. Witness my signature and seal this the
according to 1900 census are the following ARTICLE XXII. I and shall be aa follows: In coun- Company proposes to straighten St. ': purchaser ot Tax: Certificates 9th day of July otcl,
That the following amendment to the ties or leas than fifteen thousand popula- Ncs. lot 112. 115 and 254 dated the 2nd D.I9.7r5 S. T. SISTRCNK,
: Constitution of the 3tate of Florida be tion one thousand dollars; In counties of Lucie river and clear it of all obstruc- I day of June, A. IX 1902. has filed said certificates -. Clerk Circuit Court Marion C*.. Fl*.
in office
and made
and the Is from fifteen thousand my api
Florida,2,552,512: California, 5,633- shall be submitted same hereby to the agreed electors to.of and the I population, sixteen hundred to thirty dollars thousand; in tions, such as fallen trees, logs, etc., I plication with law. for Said tax certificates deed to issue embrace in accordance the following -

712. In 1S90 Florida 2,725,272 California State at the general election In 1904. for counties of from thirty thousand to forty. which have become lodged. The I :described property situated in Marion coun- NOTICE.Of .
; ; five thousand .
ratification or rejection. population, two thousand j ty. Florida towit:
1,153S31. In 1S90 in non- Section 8 of article 12 of the Constitution dollars; and In counties of more than forty- object is to drain more perfectly the J Northeast quarter of southeast quarter of sec-
U hereby amended BO u to read as follows five thousand population. twenty-four hun. j I tion 6, west half of southwest quarter of section Application For Tax peed. Under Section

bearing trees; Florida, 7,408,543, andCalifornia' Section $. Each county shall be required: 'dred Record dollars; and all Criminal Courts of upper St. Lucie. Work will commence township 25 west half 12. of range southwest 25. and quarter southeast of quarter section 28.of 8 of Chapter 4$53, Laws of Flonda.

2,123,170, making a total to pert assess of public and collect free schools annually therein for the a tup-tax:upon the now adoption established of this In this amendment State shall be- as soon as the company can get the I range northwest 25 east.quarter of section 34 township 13. NOTICE IS 1REBYGI\NTHAT. punhuen of ILIF tax

or not less than three (3)) mills nor more:'come and be Courts of Record as herein'' of A dredgeand The said land being assessed at the date of the certificate No. 2177, dated the day
for 1S90\ : Florida, 10,133,815: California than seven (7) mills on the dollar of all''provided and all officers of such Criminal necessary right way. I issuance of such certificates in the names ot H.S- A. D. 19. have filed said certificate Aur
Courts of Record shall be officers of such Harp. W. P. Cheatham. Dexter Hunter office made application for tax deed to
r taxable property In the 1 boat will be sent up the
same. snag
3,377,591.The issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
courts: and discharge the duties and receive and Unknown. Unless certificates shall be
the emoluments of such redeemed according:to law tax deed will issue embraces the folowng deb property ituated .
untH the expiration river as soon as these small matters are
department considers these ARTICLE in wit
of their present term of office." thereon on the i6th day of August,A. D. 1904. cunty. :
That the following amendment to the Section 23 of This improvement will be Witness mr official signature and seal this Commencing at a point 418 3 feet south of
article 5 cleardup.
of the
figures of little value, since California Constitutionof the I2th day of July, A. D. 1904i notrheast corner of northwest quarter of north
Constitution of the State of Florida be and the State of Florida Is hereby amended east quarter section 28. 17. a6,
150 S.T. SISTRUNK, township
probably quadrupled in productive the same is hereby agreed to, and shall be.I so as to read as follows: of vast importance to all parties Cl'k. Circuit Court Manon Co., Fla. thence south 8914 feet, west 1320 feet rang uj

I submitted to the electors of the State atl|I "Section 25. The Court of Record shall the St. Lucie river feet east 620 feet, south 6iH fee e.t 700 fet t
living on or near ,
trees between 1S90 and 1900 and the general election in November A. D.''have exclusive Jurisdiction of all criminal point of beginning3 .

1 1904. for ratification or rejection. cases, not capital, which shall arise in as well as on the Indian river as far The said land being asse ed at the date of
Florida has! or will soon hare more in NOTICE. the:issuance of such certificate in the name of
I Section 18 of article 6 of the Constitution',said county, and of all cases at law, In L M. Hudson. Unless said certificate be
bearing than the total shown in 1S90. shall be and is hereby amended so as to!which the demand or value of the prop. north as Ft. Pierce. redeemed according to law tax de wi shall ue

i read as follows: I erty does not exceed1.one_ thousand dollar,, --.--- --.- la the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof thereon on istb day of 1904.
The following comparative table. Section IS. The Legislature may organize nu, concurrent wltn the Circuit Court' Witness my official signature and seal this the
--- ---- -
In such counties as it may think proper I shall have exclusive Jurisdiction of Florida, Marion coanty, in Chancery. I2th day of July, A.D. 1904
will be of Interest: County Courts which shall have ;, relating to forcible proceedings John S Pedrick, Comp'ainant, vs. Howell & 7-15 S. T SISTRCNK.
entry and un
I Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla.
Florida California of all cases at law in which the demand -lawful detainer of lands and tenements." Bell et al. def
or value of the property involved| Section 26 of article 6 of the Constitution, TT IS O&DERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS -
Year Boxes. Boxes. I shall not exceed five hundred dollars; of,:Df the State of Florida Is hereby amended LUMBER J. herein named. Charles S Hirsch Albert NOTICE.
Hirsch and Bernaid L. Tim. doing .
proceedings relating to the forcible entry,so as to read as follows: copartners

19940 . . .3,146,740 1,2-15,0-111 I or unlawful detention of lands and tene-I bf"SectIon:6.:: There shall be six terms business Cnas. S. Hirsch under&the Co.firm. be and name they and ire style hereby of -

I Il92 I ments, and of misdemeanors, and final appellate the Court of Record In each year." required to to the bill of complaint" in
. .
1S90-S1..2,540,000 "ppar In the Circuit of Fifth 4
Jurisdiction in civil cases arising In'( Section 27 of article 5 of the Constitu. sid cause Monday, the Court the Judicial Circuit

. . . 3,585,064 . . 11 I the courts of the Justices of the Peace. ,,tlon of the State of Florda! is hereby 1101'(ill and 5th day o/&ptembr: .t D 1904 of Florida in and for Marion cunty-Io
The trial of such appeals may be de novo( amended so as to read as follows: It is further ordered that a copy ol this orderbe Chancery.

193....... . . .3,4-50,000 1,972,500I I i tt the option of the appellant. The County I'Court"Section 27. There shall be for each Un E? "Eu published once a week for four onsecuttve W Cleveland Courplainaat, vs. Beinice B.
!I Judge shall be the Judge of the CountyCourt of Record a Prosecuting Attorney, I weeks in the Ocala Banner. C
1SU-( . 4,163,849 1,687,500 ,I and shall be an attorney at law. ,to be named the County Solicitor who This the 2nd day of August. A D., 1004 Barr, et. a!., Defendants.

I' There shall be elected by the Qualified[ Shall be appointed by the Governor andionflrme4 Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceiling. ISEAL] S.T SISTRU K. iT ISORDEREDTU'tTHEDEFENDANTSa
S94.9.1' .......... 6,000,000 2,545,200
I | by the Senate Clerk Circuit Court.
and who shall herein Bernice B. Barr and Robert
electors of said county at the time when'! 6-5 By NEIL H WEATAERS. D. C. name
1S95-96...... . 46,580 2,223,500 hold office for four years. His compensatlon W. Barr. hereby required to appear
the said Is
Judge elected a Prosecuting At' H. L.Anderson Complaints Solicitor.
I I shall be fixed by law." in the bill of complaint in this cause on or b

1W6-97........ . 100,000 2,469,600 torney for said county, who shall hold office..i'II) Section 5 of article 5 of the ConstitutIon B. H. Seymour fore
t I for four years. Ills duties and compensation ', of the State of Florida is hereby Mtmday,the 5//I,day of &ptlba..t D. /qoL

lS97-9i . . . 2-16,5795,174,400 shall be prescribed by law. Such'amended so as to read as follows: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FUR PERMITTO It is further ordered CPy order
I courts may be abolished at the pleasure of ti: "Section 28. All offenses triable in Ocala, Fla. SELL LIQUOR WINES AND be publishtd once a week four consecutive

1S9S-W ......... . 200,000 3,654,000 the Legislature. I,Courts of Record shall be prosecuted thA ,. ..-................ .... .. ......-- .. ...... BEER weeks in the Ocala Banner.
upon Done this sSth day July, A. D. 19)4.
i Provided that all County Judges holding c
1S99-00.......... .... 273,295: 5S92,193 said office at the ratification of this amend.information under oath and may be filed WHEREAS" JOHN P. GAU.OW, AGENT, : f. SISTRt"NK
; any time, whether the Clerk .
jat court is in sea.I has filed with he Bad of County Com.missioners
1900-01 . . 1,300,0008,964,000 T ment shall continue in the exercise of the lion I' or not by the County Solicitor, but for Malon county, l'a,. his TCLIS E BIGGS. By Neil A. Weathers. P. C,.
: duties thereof according to their respective!;,the grand Jury of the Circuit Court for application for permit to sell lquors. Complainant's Solicitor. 71
i l001.()' . . .. 972,589 6,904COO commissions and until their successors are lithe, county in which said Court of Record wines and beer in Election -
I duly qualified and provided further that:tls, held may indict for offenses triable fan ERRYEEDS of said county and state; any citizen of such
. . election district show ca'jse. it there NOTICt.
1 1902-03: 750,000 8,593,560 when any County Court shall hereafter be the i, Court of Record. Upon the finding ofs.iuch may any
be. at the meeting of the board to b* held en
1903-1 ..........1,600,000 9,999,933: J established in any county in this State, the! Indictment the Circuit Judge shall Tuesday,the 5th day of September, next.
.1' County Judge of said county shall hold his j :jommlt or bail the accused for trial la why such permit should not be jp 19 In the Circuit Curt, Fifth Judicial Circuit of
I Ii I office and perform the duties of Judge oi tlhe Court of Record. and the County So3 MEET f S.T. SISTRCSK. Florida, Manon County.In .
)i Was Ia For Eetfth ?;: Years. I the County Court unUl his term of office I !Udtor of said court shall immediately file ALL Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners,
shalK expire. therein an information, based upon such Mai ion county Fla. 85 Re Proceedings to Establish Tax Certificate

'1 Ira W. Kelley, of Mansfield, Pa,, I. ,I NEEDSExperience Nos. 2777 and 2780.of bale December 2d, A. D., -
\. has established It as
writes: "I was in poor health fortwo ARTICLE XXIV. Indictment upon which information the a fact Hold by all dealers. You NOTICE. 1895.

j suffering from kidney and : That the following amendment to the accused shall bo tried." sow-they grow. nOt Seed I To Angt Hoack and ail others whom it may
j year Constitution of the State of Florida be, and Section 29: of article 5 of the Constitutionof Annual postpaid free to all cplicants. :
\ bladder trouble and considerable ; State of Florida is hereby amended ; .
spent the same Is hereby agreed to and shall' ) the lion lor teacher will be held in Ocala, commencing VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
money consulting physicians without !\ be submitted to the electors of the State so as to read as follows: D. M. FERhY & CO. I on Tuesdav morning at 9 o'clock. All JW.. Allsop. by his ftttorney, Carlos L. i.
at the general election In 1904 for rat1 ca. "Section 29. There shall be no County DETROIT, MICH. white teachers wi'.l meet at the Ocala High trunk. Esq., has this day Died in this hi*
1 obtaining any marked benefit, hutS I lion or rejection: Court In any county where a Court of Record School building and colored teachers ia How.rd petition to establish Tax Certificate cour:0. 2777,

wa cured by Foleys Kidney Cure, That section 10 of Article 9 of the Constitution !- is established." I Academy building. lsued 2 1 Section 30 of article 5 of the Constitution The questions on Theory and Prartice will be the year 1894 and the costs on the northwest
of the State of Florida Is hereby
that taken from McWurray's of the Recitations ,
and I deMreto add my testimony :Ietho quarter-of southeast quarter south of
of the State of Florida is hereby amendedso hal
amended to read as follows I from .
50 as ; Burnett puce 93 cenS I B. Drew Co., southeast quarter 01 section t">wu 17.
it may be the cause of restoring the j jh<h I Sec. 10. The credit of the State shill as to read as follows: Jerry Jacksonville, range 24 containing 120 acres of land; and ;
of otheN. Refuse substitutes. : not be pledged or loaned to any individual, "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of According to law one dollar will b charged to Tax Certificate No. 2780, issued December al
I company, corporation or association; nor Record shall be elected by the electors of each examinee. 1395. for unpaid taxes for the year iS 4 on 2
Sold by Post Office Drug Store. m !! shall the State become a joint owner or the county in which the court Is established Merchant W D. CARN. northeast quarter of northeast quarter of section

stockholder In any company. association or and shall hold office for four years, 7--4t Supenniendent I 26. township 17 range 24.containing 40 ace of
and The states that
l Florida Crop Conditions. ; corporation. The Legislature shall not authorize -and his compensation shall be fixed by assessed to petition the above named August property lock at

any county, city, borough, townshipor law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMITTO the date of sale; that the cctlfiCalc
:t Director Mitchell, of the weather incorporated district to become a stockholder executive officer of said court; his duties Tailoring.Ocala SELL LIQUORS WINES AND BEER. issued to the said petitioner; that they were
: In any company, association or corporation and fees shall be fixed by law." lot or destioyed at a time unknown to petitioner -
1 bureau at Jacksonville, makes the i or to obtain or appropriate money Section 31 of article 5 of the Constitutionof :and prayer is made that the said cer.ifi-

-; for or to loan its credit to any corporation, the State of Florida Is hereby amendedso WHEREAS, THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO.. cats may be re-established in accordance withthe
-' following report of the crop condition association Institution Individual Florida. )It has filed: with the Board of County tommi5sioners statute in such cases made ana provided
or except as to read aa follows: .
for Marion county. Fla their application and according to sub.tantial copies of the certificates
time that the Legislature may authorize municipal "Section 31. All'rules of practice govern- attached to the petition
up to the present : for permit to sell Liquors. Wines and fled
'I corporations to relieve from municipal -Ing the Circuit Court shall be applicable to Finest Imported and Beer in Election District one of said county and Now therefore. you. August Hack and all

The week gave daily rains over the I taxation for such period of years as the Courts of Record, and all laws relativeto Domestic Cloths state;any citizen of such election district may others whom it may concern not
to the municipal authorities may seem Criminal Courts of Record shall applyto show cause if any there be, at tne meeting of fed that von are required to appear before the
; greater portion of the state, being proper any manufacturing enterprise that Courts of Record. Changes of venue CuttiiiL; a specialtyFits the board to be held on the 5th day of September Hon. W. S. Bullock, Judge of the said court, at
I next, why such should not begranted. his office in Ocala. Marion county, on
1904 Plorda.
locate within the said municipality permit
may be had from a Court of Record to another
heavy over northern and may Wednesday the 28th day of D..
particularly GuaranteedSURGICAL
1 but no such exemption shall be for a Court of Record. or to the Circuit S. T. SIS1RCKK, 1004 or wherever else he may be found on that
longer period than fifteen )'ears. another for the of date. to show cause why the said certificates
western districts where cotton was I Court of county same Clerk the Board of County Commissioners,
causes, and under the laws providing for Marion county. Florida. 85ADMINISTRATOR'S should not be re-established.
damaged to a considerable extent. '- Witness my had and official seal, this. iSth
ARTICLE XXV. changing the venue from the Circuit Courtof
day of July,A. D., 1904.
-. : and I one county to the Circuit Court of an- S. T. SISTRCNK,
There I 16 much complaint of That the following amendment to the NOTICE.
I The Governor in his
Constitution of the State of Florida bo other county. may, C Clerk Circuit Court
.hrdding' and the crop on lowlands :I and la hereby agreed to and shall be submitted discretion, order the Circuit Judge having By Niel A. Weathers D. C, 7'2.

I*, generally buffering from too much I Imobture I the general to the election electors in November of the State 1904 for at i county Jurisdiction to hold of the a special Circuit term Court of a of Courtof any NOTICE day 13 of GIVEN TtBT. D ON 1935.THE .---- -

Bolls are opening on upland I I ratification or rejection: ,Record of such county, for the purpose the administrator with the wi annexed of the& NOTICE #
I t Section 6 of article 16 shall oe amended of trying cases In which the Judge of the estate of Mrs. Eliza deceased. I will

and picking over detached por- BO as to read as follows: Court of Record shall be disqualified. present my petition and final report and asle:
% Sec. 6. The Legislature shall provide for Parties to any cause at law in a court of 10 be discharged as such admini-trator In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir

tion of the western and northern I the speedy publication and distribution of Record shall have the same right to trial I Hon county_ Florida.. Bullock, county W.judge ALLEN for Marion, cuit of Florida, in and for Marion County,

Cane all laws it may enact All decisions of by Judges ad lltem. or by referees as may Admr. with will annexed fn Chancery
district progressing I the Supreme Court and all laws and judl- exist under this Constitution. or the laws' Jnne 23rd. 6 2 M. B. Lanier,Compinant Jennie tinier

and sweet potatoes are doing well on i cial decisions shall be free for publicationby In references to cases in Circuit Courts or: 19. Defendant.
any person. But no judgment of the may, if the Judge of the Court of Record
andll. Citrus fruits continue toj Supreme Court shall take effect until the be disqualified transfer the cause to the NOTICE IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT

opinion of the court In such case shall be Circuit Court of the county in which such -- named. Jennie Lanier, be and lIe U.
in fine hereby requited to to the bill of complainant
forward and the fruit is appear
push filed with the Clerk of said court.I i(ICourt of Record may be.
in this cause on or before Monday the
A. E. Delouet administrator with will annexed -
Section 32 of article 5 of the Constitution
Condition. Pineapple slips are root- I I amended ot El. Delouest gives notice that on the sf11 day of Sfptemlxr, A. D.,iw.
of the State of Florida Is hereby : .
ARTICLE XXVI. nth dan of September, IQOJ, It is further ordered that a copy of this order
beingmade to read follows:
well. Preparations are so as as
i zig I. Section 1 of article 5 of the Constitution 1 i "Section 3%. Courts of Record shall be he will present his accounts and vouchers to the be published once a week for eight consecutive
for planting and setting out for of the StAt. of Florida Is hereby amended'abolished the Legislature only upon a coutyjndge final settlement and ask for a weeks in the the Ocala Banner.
by This of March. Witness my band and official seal this the loth .
.! discharge. 9th day 1904
to bas follows
as r :
!petItIon of a majority of the register day of A D.,
[ vegetables. Section. L The Judicial of the 194
fall \\.0 power voters of the county where such court is 311 em 6m administrator Etc.ADMINISTRATORS' [SEL S.T. SISTKCXK.
--- shall be vested In a Supreme Court, uta.bl1shed." } CARLOS L. SISTECSK. Clerk Circuit Cr
fut adHitd to it All. Circuit Courts. Courts of Record. County Complaints Solicitor. C ,
Courts. County Judges and Justices of the
A grevioua wall oftimes comes as a Peace. ARTICLE 3CCVTL NOTICE.
That the following amendments: to leei -
J'Hult as unbearable pain from overtaxed Section 5 of article 6 of the Constitutionof don 20. article 3, and section 34. article 3. NOTICb.VOTICE :

Dizziness, Backache, the State of Florida Is hereby amended land i the repeal of section 8 cf article 8, of IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL
organ NOTICE
so as to read as follows: !the Constitution of the State of Florida be nth. present to Hon.
Uver complaint and Constipation. "Sec. 6. The Supreme Court shall have I land hereby agreed to, and shall be Robert Bullock,county and for Marion IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH8
appellate jurisdiction In all cases at la VIand !' are INSTITUTE. FScnda my accounts and vouchers for heretofore existing under the
thanks to Dr King's New Life I submitted to the election of the State at 1TIONAL runty
administrator of the of Gamble. Knight&
in equity originating in _Circuit Courts, a estate firm name C. at Dunn
.- they put an end to it all. They and. of appeals from the Circuit Courts incases ithe general election to be held In Novem- Atlanta G*. Established 1874. of E.I Henderson deceased.and will ask fora ellon. Fla.. U this day dln.d Al account '
arising before County Judges in mat-',b.r, A. D. 1904. to wit: Treats Club Feet, Diseases of the Spins, Hip, final discharge a such administrator. Date due the firm are to be & North
rcenttejmt thorough. Try them. ,I Section 20. article 3. of the ConstitutioJ .Totals, ParalysisPU* FUrola, Female and this March II. I94- and liabilities has been paid by the firm Gamble,
arre ters pertaining to their probate jurisdio-I amended Hernia, Kasttmatlam Urinary W. T. HENDERSON. Co. L. W.
& of the State of Florida, la hereby nrtvM* diseases. Admr. Knight K'GqT.
: Only e/Juaranteedby Tydings I Uon, and in the management of the estates follows ,rgacs, etc. Sind for Illustrated circular. "> m EUte- of E. M.HendersonDeceased. W.
so. M la lead u 7.S5t E GAIP
of coufictloa of
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out the colonels and majors and cap-
Uln In great shape. Some of them
were old Lands at the game, but for
every dollar they won they lost two.
It wouldn't db to come out and say Y
that the brigadier was a card sharp. THE TEAPOT GR
but men shook their heads and won.dfM El
and grumbled over life strange "rF
lack and one after another found ex-
cavea again.for not sitting down with him --

Inside of a week or so It was reported -
and believed Colonel Bell lost to the .
brigadier over$2,000. That sum migbt
Lave been doubled In another week F QUALITY COUNTS.Heinz's 1E
but for an Incident More by accident .
than design the colonel caught the .
brigadier cheating, and the play brokeup

made reached in to hot the suppress words.ears of the the Every gossip commander effort, but was in It 57 varieties of Pure Food Products are the

chief, and be raised such a row that

had there been was done no ,more The harm Bell of the cleanest largest and best equipped ro=-

Lad witnesses said to:the brigadier In presenceof output ,

I -Sir, 1 caught you cheating, and I
denounce cal:rAnd you as a sharper and a ras establishment of its kind in the world. In preparing }

the brigadier, hot faced chagrin.

c-d Lad"1'11 and replied make cursing: those bis words own cost carelessness you your, these goods purity has always been the first consider- 3

life or your commission before three

months Spring have came passed at last by.,"and the cam- combined with and
paign opened. Early was too strong ation, the most rigid care inspec-
for Sheridan for the first two or three
months, but we held him back and
fought him in all the valleys. Some- tion of
times it was a skirmish; with only a every department. -
few hundred men engaged. Again it
was a lively little fight in which each
aide had a brigade in battle line. We
bad plenty of excitement and plenty to
occupy our thoughts, but we of the
/Third regiment did not forget the brig.
adier's threat You tad only to look ::: Tomato Chutney Euchered Figs Queen 'Olives Evaporated HorseradishGold
at his set jaw and cold face to realize
that his enmity was deep. Gold Medal Worchester Sauce Pearl Onions Sweet Midget Gherkins
Later our brigade was pushed over
Into the Luray valley to capture a 1::: Peper Sauce Chow Chow Pickles Sweet Onions Preserved Sweet Mixed Pickles
small force and wreak destruction on
growing crops. The Confederates were s- Celery Sauce Celery Salad India Relish Sour Midget Gherkins
alert and could not be taken by sur
prise. As we fought them in a desultory White Wine Vinegar Pure Malt Vinegar Pure Cider Vinegar
way they were re-enforced, and p-
suddenly we found our 3,600 men facIng ::: Heinz Vegetarian Baked Beans, with Tomato Sauce. Prepared Especially for Vegetarians who
at least 5,000. The enemy had a
strong position too, and every man of Prefer Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce, Without Pork. They are Free from Meat or Fat.
ua, from the senior colonel down, realized -
that if we could even bold our
own until another Federal brigade
came up we should be in luck.
"We'll fight, of course," I heard our -e
captain saying to the first lieutenant TOMATO CHUTNEY INDIA RELISH :
'"but we'll get licked out of our boots
Inside of half an hour. If we had

double less their slaughter.position.our strength" It's going we couldn't to be a carry use- Is both appetizing and nutritious Is a delightful l, 'appetizing sweet

growled And turned the; second to the-sergeant first corporal of the company and E It is made of the whole tomato pickle relish. It is prepared from

"Say back, now home, but?" have you' got a famIly E and seasoned to such a degree as finely chopped vegetables, These
"Yes, and what of It

bid"Nothing them goodby, except and that ask you'd the Lord better to E to make a relish that pleases the are highly spiced to obtain that

up forgive in front you of your'em coVdwood.We'll be"piled E taste of those appreciating the piquancy which lends zest to the
The brigadier had a plan and It was
loon developed. The Third regimentwas delicate flavor of the tomato
on the left flank, just opposite-the appetite,
enemy's strongest position. The center
of the Federal force was moved" forward ..
and then ordered back. The right
flank was advanced, kept under long
range fire for a few minutes and then Sauce is Palatable and Wholesome Relish
withdrawn back. Then an aid came Celery a Especially Adapted
galloping up to Colonel Bell, saluted

and"Compliments said: of General Blank, and 2C 2C; 2C For Making Salads X X XDON'T :
you will move forward and turn the
enemy's right Let your men go in
with the bayonet""The
Third to move forward alone!
gasped Colonel Bell in astonishment
"But"Alone It and cannot-cannot"-at once." I WORRY OVER HOT STOVESWhen

"Alone and at once, sir!" repeatedthe
Not five men ,in our regiment heard Pure
the words but all understood them. you can get Fruit Preserves as cheap as you can make
Toe Lour of revenge had come to the

brigadier Bell to resign He, but hadn't he would driven strike Colonel him them yourself. Heinz's Preserves are maed of pure fruit and
here, and the blow would hit the whole graulated
regiment well. There
as were
cers and shook Jeers from bands the and men said, :and the ofi5- E sugar, Only bright ripe, fresh whole fruits are used,

"Goodby to you. This is a wipeoutfor

-common We the moved old time Third.,over increased" the old it to meadow quick as at [ We Have Them ill 3, 5 and 10 lb. Crocks

the first bullets began to sing, and then ,

down with to a a cheer charge brought and dashed our muskets forward I I Strawberry, Red Raspberry, Damson, Blackberry l (apricot Peach

with a whoop. The angels of heaven I ,

must slaughter.have We been had saddened no earthly over show.the I I I (fipple, Quince, Pear, Etc. Try Them.
Grape and canister and bullet rained
I Into us behind intrenchments until the
men in gray stayed their hands out of
pity and let a beggarly quarter of the I
regiment limp back out of the hell.
The colonel, the major, five captains, I FINE FLORIDA GROWN BALED
back seven there lieutenants! and 420 men left r HAY. _

As the fragments of us got together I
and wondered how God had spared us
the brigadier rode along our front at a : .
gallop. F Yours For More Business.b
"You murderer! shouted a hundredmen
at him as he rode. .
"You cursed fiend!I" shouted another
hundred. e
But the brigadier smiled and rode on.
In his official report be would say:
"The Third regiment was sent In on
the left flank, but not being properly GROCERY.U1111111111
Y led or held up to their work accomplished
nothing and suffered a heavy .
a loss. I am sorry to say that among
the killed was the gallant Colonel Bell,
who had heretofore displayed the great.
r eat judgment and gallantry.
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