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 19, 1904
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


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


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

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' ,. -""r1'r"r"r"r""r"r"r"r"r"r"'f"'r"' " " " '" '" ," " PHEP0R1NG( FOR STAFF CORRESPONDENCE. After the services we were invited I Board of Trade Netting.. --
1 -==- TAKEDaniel's :-::: ((1 l BUSINESS WAIF. into what is known as the "Cruci- Maj. Izlar gave and interesting talk

fiction." This is a very beautiful ]!j t3 Board of Trade Wednesday night
Scenery Described-Doing the
Tonic Pills I IFor Fair-The painting done in Munich. The en- ]j upon the possibility and tea ibiiit\," of
I MIDSUMMER AIR. Work-Beautiful Greek Worship.St. tire city, the Mount of Olives, Geth- I building an electric railway to Silver\

i f semane the home of Joseph of Spring and later on to Lake W*.ir.
:Malaria: in all forms. Xo cure no pay. "In time of peace prepare for war," Louis, Aug. 14, 1904.
! ..... Aremathea and many scenes in the these places could 1 be made ex< ,..!-
::: ;r r is the motto of* good business men The World's Fair commissioners
3. life of the Saviour, are here very vividly ingly attractive and j opular rc'M rt land
-- '::- as well as foresighted statesmen and chaperones and friends,arrived in St.
-- portrayed. The final seen is the he believed that the M-ht-m1
1 ;_ ::: successful warriors. Some of the Louis at eight-thirty o'clock Saturday
crucifiction of the Saviour. A real could be made to materially. lie
Ocala firms which illustrate this max- morning after a thoroughly delightfultrip
== Greek showed us the pictures and cited places in South Carolina no
-- im in the very highest degree are up from Jacksonville.In .
-- I 1 r lectured most] interestingly about larger than Ocala with less attractive -
-- ((,S'I 3 those of H. B. :Masters the "House the party on the special Pullmanwere I
L' them. bodies of water where these roat li
. == .r. ::: that Treats you Right," and the Boston the six young lady commissioners -
I r" ;) y This afternoon several of the party were built and are paying handsome
I Store.It Misses Lillian Thomas and Edith
, witnessed the ball game at the Amer- ly.
is now the very meridian of mid- Pye, of Jacksonville, representing the
t: I ican League park. New York and I We have only time and 8pa<'t' to
-- i summer, and yet these live, restless east coast; Misses Randall, of Madison -
== -.- St. Louis,played and New York won barely outline Major I Izlar' remarks
-..-.. -- and progressive firms are not resting and Lulu Bird, of Monticello, I
-- in a beautiful game the score being and will comment upon them more .
.-... ---- -I-sr idly on their summer oars or laurels west and middle Florida; Misses I Ii i 2 to 1.Others.
I hereafter.
1- fully
already won but are planning for a Agnes Rogers of St. Petersburg and

1 POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. 1 big fall trade and in order to do whichare Sara Harris of Ocala, west coast; parks and of gardens the party and tonight visited quitea the Ocala vs. Dad Cltf. "

I already beginning their campaignsby :Mr. and Mrs. George W. Wilson, The game Wednesday between l Jute
== Prescriptions receive careful attention. 1 number of us are'going out to some
-M. -- T: ..e-ollllllllllllllillIllllllIIIIIIIaIh making sacrifice and clearance Mrs. Sheldon orrisIr.. and Mrs. B. of the gardens. City and Ocala was a picnic for the

? sales of some of their left over: sum F. Dillon and Mr. Herbert Purdy of home team. But the game was
liljl1jl1l11jl1l11l11l11'I mer goods, especially in shoes,shirts Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. really enjoyable and the laughterwas

-- hats, etc., but are all the while receiving Fulks and Horace Fulks, of Gaines- Mrs. Mamie HowseStovallIaster continuous. Everybody got

something fresh, nice, novel, ville, Miss Rebecca Boswell of Lake- Wallace Stovall, Miss Minnie Stovall, i their money's wcrth. The scorn

comfortable and very pretty for men land and Charles Lloyd, ofHolder. and Mrs. Frances A. Howse will stood 14 to 1 in favor of Ocala.

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE and women's midsummer wear. The route lay through the beautiful leave Monday for a visit of several Mr. Jack Horner umpired the

For further particulars see their Blue Ridge mountain section of weeks at Hot Springs Ark. game and did it well.
big display advertisements on another North Carolina and it is entirely beyond I r --
page. my power to begin to describethe .......................................................

. A Card. grandeur of these mountains. t .:< THE OLD ESTABLISHED, WELL MANAGED BANK .,' J
I Ocala Fla. These grandly beautiful peaks rising
August 16th 1904.
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OF 1
j If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. majestically one above the other,

lease on royalty communicate with him. In leaving Ocala I desire to expressto covered with dense foliage and trees, : MUNROE & CHAMBLISS i IBy

\. her dear people my due appreciation the lovely valleys and rills beneath, 1

qf their high consideration and the mist rising from the mountaintops : Progressive Methods and :

t genuine kindness ever shown me is a picture beyond even the conception I : Considerate Attention, Continues :
Office next to Dr.Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla.
t during the long years I have been 6f of a poet or an artist. : to Increase its Business. i

L J==Rt them and with them. For the honors Just before reaching Asheville we .............................................1..11.1..

t that have conferred I passed through Biltmore but only a
they upon me Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. I

USA ELIZABETH EASSIS Local Editor I Mr. A. M. Dickson, of Ganesville, am deeply grateful and shall cherish very small portion of the grounds can ....*..**...NI.< .NII N..1..11..11..11..11..a.1I .1.1
be seen from the train. KenilworthInn
them as deeply in my memory as
who the Consolidated
represents -
at the top of hill is : r 1
they were generously and voluntarily a plainlyvisi .
ABOUT TOWN. Grocery company of Jacksonville, is
HAPPENINGS bestowed. For their earnest solicitude le from the train and is quite ... ___- LI
in the city for a few days. lit
and noble kindness to me and pretty.A .
--- --- ---
Ocala has few houses that have not Mrs. H. A. Ford and Miss Emily mine in those: days when sudden illness stop of about two hours was T' I

been freshly regret to painted.We learn.that Mrs. N. I. Ford Beach, for who several have weeks been, at have Atlantic gone name imperilled to you in my my acknowledgement life I can only made enjoy a at very Asheville excellent, long dinner.enough to II !1 I

Gottlieb Is quite sick. to Seabreeze to spend four weeks. I 1 I thereof the promptings of a heart of The route for many miles was par- I ke r e rv 1' V I ii I I

f It) ____m__. business Mr. W. A. Pelot and son Marion love and friendship.I ; rallel with the French Broad and !! .
! Mr. J. R. Blackiston on a leave you, my friendsbut am not Swananoah rivers and the scenery
and Jim Whiteside went down to
, ; trip to Homosassa.Messrs unmindful of the tradition of the every inch'was beautiful.
# Lake Weir Tuesday to arrange for
taken at Knoxville .
Supper was and
of the waters
magic of the old time
! John R.Martin & Co., have
the coming, a few days later of the
I Friday was spent as I have already
wells those
which inspire who have
i begun erecting their new stables. ladies of their respective families.Mr. .
----- drunk thereof with the spirit of com- written, at Lexington, Ky.

I! Miss Emma Smith, of Sarasota is and Mrs T. H. Wallis and ing back to taste them again Friday night was spent about two OF YOUR STOMACH

4i i the guest of of Mrs T. W. Troxler. children. left Tuesday for Savannah Sincerely, hours in Louisville! and had a supperat

"a Mm. Sam Davis, of Juliette, was where they will spend several weeks. Jxo. G. REAKDON.Q the Louisville Hotel. IF YOU USE STIMULANTS

Later Mr. and Mr. Wallis will go to After arriving in St. Louis yesterday }
B. Banians Testifies After Four Years.G. .
Tuesday. the exposition at St. Louis. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center, we weredomiciled: at Pechman's

i N. Y., writes: "About four years Hotel and immediately after break-

I The Continental Hotel at Atlantic Mr. T. G. Cranford of Valdosta ago I wrote you stating that I had fast started for the fair. :
Ga. and former member of the been cured Demands a high stan'
a entirely of a severe kid The fair is
Beach closed its doors for the sum- gigantic, magnificent
mer'Iuslay. livery firm of Standley, Cranford & ney trouble by taking less than two and almost beyond one's conception.One .

Company, in this city, was in town bottels entirely of stopped Foley's the Kidney brick dust cure.sediment It- could remain here for months dard of Whisky. ZC :(

Mr. and Mrs. J.1.. Barco, and Tuesday on his way south. and pain and symptoms of. and yet not see it all.
.Miss Sue Barco have taken rooms at kidney disease disappeared. I am We were all so tired out yesterdaythat
Mr. Elmo Davidson, of Leesburg, The Strauss brands of
I ."The Savoy." glad to say that I have never had a not very much of the fair was
was in town Wednesday shaking
return of any of those symptoms
( Mr*. P.R. Lester and children have hands with his old friends. He reports during the four years that have elapsed seen. Only the administration, agri-

returned from Georgia where they business in our neighboring cityas and I am evidently cured to stay cultural, horticultural and several of Whiskies will help youto

have been for several weeks. being first class. cured, and heartly recommend Foley's the smaller buildings were gone

Kidney Cure to any suffering from through.The .
t do it and "
f Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and j Dr. W. H. Powers leaves Friday kidney or bladder trouble." Sold py Times-Union exhibit' in the save you

, their four littie girls returned Tuesday -j I night for Denver Colorado, where he Post: Office drvg Store. m horticultural building is very credit

i from Atlantic Beach. will 0 spend several weeks. He will Bought a Splendid Span of Horses. able under the circumstances, but as money None better _

also visit the St. Louis exposition Messrs. S. A. Standley & Co., compared to the magnificent exhibitof .
i Me' rs. J. L. and K. A. Leitner aidDr.P.IlerginwereamongtheDunnel
before returning. i sold Wednesday to Messrs. Wicker California and the other states of

--- and Bridges, of Coleman, a pair of the union, to be candid, does not do "NEVER POUR
. Ion visitors!! to Ocala Tuesday. Maurice Strauss,up-to-date in every 3
beautiful sorrel horses and outfit to our state proud.
thing, has a new telephone arrange- BUT THEY REIGN."
I Dr. James II. Pittman has returned match. The price paid for the turn- The special edition of the Times-
is examinationfrom
ment that exciting an
. to Jacksonville after a few days out was $1004.00 and the Coleman Union will arrive in a day or two and I IStrauss'
the curious. It does its own
visit to his parents in this city. ,gentlemen are very proud of their will be distributed by the young
talking. Go and look at it.Dunnellon's
purchase. ladies. The Times-Union is certainly 76 Fern Kill Rye Strauss Royal Reserve
Mrs. J. W. Hopkins and little ,
new bank, although to be commended for its enter- p
Eulalia have to Rock End of Bitter Fight.
daughter gone only a few weeks old, has over fifty prise and is a paper any state may
"Two physicians had a long and
visit to friends.
Springs for a : thousand dollars from in well be of. It is doing
on deposit proud certainly
stubborn fight with an abcess on my Cedar Brook W H. McBrayer .
l\Ir.ltoyal Cole the affable collectorof dividuals. The Phosphate City is right lung" writes S. F. Hughes of everything for the pleasure and ,

Munroe & Chambliss' bank is backat certainly no place for the "calamity" DuPont Ga, "and gave me up. Every- comfort of the young ladies and is

howler.Mr. body thought my time had come. Asa giving them the time of their lives.
week's siege of
his desk after a I X L Baltimore Anne
last resort T' tried Dr. King's New Strauss' Rye Queen Scotch
The Pike is That
great. just expresses -
chills and fever. George Chambers, the popular Discovery for Consumption. The
it. And before we leave here
young night clerk at the Ocala House, benefit I received was striking and I
Mr Peyter is contributing his part was on feet in a few days. Now we expect to have "done" it from --
leaves Saturday for Macon and At- Pilgrimage Sour Mash Planter Rye
; 1\ in making Ocala famous by shipping I've entirely regained my health." beginning to end. ,
r lanta, where he will spend a coupleof I
his famous brands of cigars to Massachusetts It conquers all Coughs, Colds and This morning we attended services
weeks. During his absence Capt. Throat and Lung, troubles. Guaran-

and.other states. Stewart will be in his place at the teed by Tydings & Co. Only 50c, in the Greek chapel, Jerusalem in Naryland Rye, Sharpe, Old' Harvest Corn
r the World's Fair grounds. This was
Messrs.! Chas. Peyser and Jules Ocala House. and $1.00. Trial bottles free. m
the first service that has been held on
I t Cohen are back from a two weeks I A BOY WANTED.-:Mu'U be bright
Dr. L. F. Blalock, of Madison, a the Fair grounds since the opening.The L
visit to White Springs. The trip was I and industrious. A country lad pre-
graduate of the Southern Dental servive was entirely in Greek,
ferred. Boys from twelve to fifteen
most enjoyable.
College of Atlanta is assisting Dr. years old may apply. The right boy and while none of us knew very STRAUSS & co.

Agent Neville of the A. C. L. at I R. D. Fuller. Dr. Blalock is a bro- will be employed indefinitely. At much about what was going on, we !

{ Dunnellon is wearing a well oiled ther of Mrs. W. C. Bull and Mrs. least three years service expected. were greatly impressed by every- e
'No tobacco allowed.An oa-=
f skull cap, made necessary by the Geo. L. Taylor, and comes to Ocala cigarettes educational or occupation. Apply f thing we saw and heard. The chapelis WHOLESALE & RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS.

of his the of bearing the highest testimonials.We exact of off
exposure pate rays any time before Sept. 4, 1901. Ocala j an representation one

Old Sol while in bathing at Homo- bid'. him a cordial welcome to our Printing Co., Geo. L. Taylor, Mgr., the Greek churches in Jerusalem and OCALA .' FLORIDA

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DOWN IN FLORIOY.Joy. i ACUCflCW. mind so that they in turn may take w 7 a IQ
up the work where ]kid down by predecessors I 13 1jBEBBBBB 19 \:\ \\\w.

a hanlin' oat the staff, I social Curaaaaace Ocala lane.The and thus push, perpetually

Frcta the field of dear old Floridy; i push to the end that the highest degree 11
Belleview base ball team went ;p
Railroads ain't got can enough, of useful knowledge may pre- j
To empty state o' Floridy; to Ocala Thursday and played the j cD
dominate. The untrained mind has 1 \
Ought to nee the tanners grin, Ocala Juniors, losing the game witha '
Stroke the lilacs on their chin, score of 8 to2. Saturday they are ever been the prey of that scheming j I CO "

As the cash comes rollin' in, and unscrupulous class who live only t j
to go to Oxford to play against the
Way down south in Floridy. by and through the misery of their
team of that place. j

Women singin' iong9 o' glee, Mrs. Alfred Abshire and daughter, fellow creatures.It ,
'Boot dear fruitful Floridy; is to Reddick's glory that the 1
Mrs. John Harrell, and two children,
Bible crowin merrily, citizens have taken the magnificent

Gills Down a in baying state o'pretty Floridy clothe, :left Miss Friday Edna for Nichols Connor. entertained a determination.into ther keeping: the 1 j 4 40o

higher and more through educationof 1 fa
Togging out from head to toes, party of her friends Saturday afternoon Thar Treats You fltg (
t ell" offspring.It :
Style You bet your life &he goes, in honor of her thirteenth I

Way down south in Floridy. I birthday anniversary.Mrs. is the grandest and noblest heritage I .

When the work o' day ia done, Alvan Lucius spent Sunday they could_bequeath.TOUKIsT.The : a4

In the fields o' palmy Floridy; with relatives at Connor. 'I
Hours of toil-from sun to sonDo -
lew Court House Proposition
The P.eJr.. Sullivan and wife left
: wn in state o' Floridy;
blurred, Sunday night for Mt. Dora to attend Discussed.
Farmer wipes his glasses I
the Bible convention, after which Fort McCoy, Aug. 15. ,
Reads a chapter o1 the Word, tl
Then kneels down an'thanks the Lord, they will remain ten days for camp To lie Hlilar: of the Ocaa Banaer. 04 \

That he lives in state o' Floridy. meeting.Mrs. The question of a new court house I

Bain Beach News ia tomato ez.sox is one of much importance to the :
I Tom Mitchell and baby returned -
-- -- --
citizens of this county just now. The I :
Saturday from a visit to Ox- t1'WE ta
NEWSY LETTER FROM FT McCOY. writer was an interested listner at :

ford.Mr. the informal discussion of that sub- I .
J. D. Pope, who is now making
Big Barbecue next Saturday-What ject before the commissioners at their 1
Ocala his headquarters, was in town
On* Han Made on ".081-1 Word last meeting. It was interesting and I II -
I II .
About the Mew Court'House. amusing to see what a diversity .
Mr. Dnnklin, of Oxford, filled I
Fort McCoy, Aug. 15. opinion there was among the speakers m '
his pulpit here Sunday after an
I I would be the best
bco.1Zr.rrtpto4lei OcU BUD<<. absence of six weeks. I as to plan I Ii '

The many friends here of young Miss Kate Mitchell, of Summer- j i in reference JO the matter-some j

Lester Marsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. field, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. A. I: contending that the old house was Are anticipating a big trade this fall and fa j '
good enough. When some old hayseed I
Robt. Marsh, are pained to learn of Mitchell.Seventysix. 4
hi. precarious condition in the hospital Belleviewites took in I f would pop up and advocate a j L .
f75OQO. cut. That we need and ] so are preparing now to meet ta
in Ocala, as it is learned that it the pic nic and fishfry at Lake Weir your

Ii highly probably that he will loose Tuesday. must have a more commodious court J .

his leg, and perhaps his life caused JOSH. house is plain to be seen by all rea- demands. Our buyers are in the ffiieisha {

by the severance of an artery some sonable thinking men. Anyone hear ,

weeks which will not heal. We Reddick's Glory.To I ing Judge W. S. Bullocks talk on I I
ago the Editor the Ocala Banner. 4 north
trust that it will not prove as seriousu i that subject would be constrained to J and are securing the best m
Infinitely to the credit of the people I
I vote for a better court house. Whilewe !

is reported.We are making preparations to I school of Reddick house. is the new sab-district I I are cautioned to examine the t that it is possible to get. To make 1[

balances in the
crowd the barbe- treasury appearing f
entertain a large at It b beautifully located and wouldbe < J I I
the commissioners
of county 4
cue here on Saturday the 20th. Let
an ornament to a much larger'andmore for
everybody come and let us have a and told that our finances I room the goods that are
financially favored village. i
a good day meeting old friends. The structure is 30 feet wide by 50 will not admit of any extra expense, t j a 1

Some prominent speakers are expected feet long, its height to the eaves being there are ways to raise sufficient I: soon to arrive we have f6

to deliver addresses. 20 feet. tIt money to enlarge and improve the J J

While commissioners W. present bidding and make it sufficientfor j
Long is provided with an abundance of
and Capt. McKay are discussing the ventilation and light, and exhibits the all purposes. Let the commis- 1 O marked down to actual fB 1

courthouse problem the tax] payer beneficial results of careful planningand sioners lean extra tax to raise j'

I. around the corner shivering and thirty-five or forty thousand dollars !
cost 1
thorough workmanship. There is t numerous articles
thinking where that $75,000 is coming say within thee years. Employ com- ra
ample room in the edifice to accommodate -
frorp that Ben Freymouth wants put petent and honest architects and see !09
perhaps, three times the -
Into it. But you surely have not that the money appropiated goes to
number of scholars now enrolled. W
been watching Tom Pasteur's balancesfor the work and leave no room for
The best talent has been secured as i
a few months back sometimesits fraud, as was said to have been in'
; instructors. 4
three cents in of the bulding the present court house, "
only some
To the casual observer it is pro dq Waists.
funds and Tom hasn't gone to Hot when a then prominent businessman ; I ,
nounced "a good school house for the
Springs, either kids." of this county boasted that he q

Prof.Moore, graduate of DeFuniak pocketed S,000 of the money appropriated I j
To the more thoughtful citizen it is a Ii
has been selected as principal of the to build it. Let us not be We have h
monument to the patriotic manhoodand I,1 a few of them left and
public school here for the coming Americanism of the sturdy citi- extravagent but keep within the j they are H

term. lie recommended. limits of reason. : t t.A
comes highly -
zens of Reddick. It is a conspicuous VOTER. J J selling at Cost. White Goods
pyramid of the true worth of men A !
The Fort nine will bats
King I
cross who shorn of all sordid appeals to To. Supervisors and Patrons.If .
with the local team here next Satur- J Patterns and
pocket and prejudice,dares to inspire you have not already notified me, I Fabrics are all 1''
day, while attending the barbecue.
within the soul of the living generation will :you please let me know at once, !i ; b
:Miss t' Perry, of Oxford, who
onsy the hope of God given rights. It when the patrons want your school marked down and it
voting her friends,MUses Blanche i is to ffi
means the cultivation of the intellect to open. Please do not delay.Respectfully your J
and Ruth Stevens, this
at place, received -

the sad' intelligence of the progress.without which the country cannot W. D.,CAEN J a3 advantage to BUY NOW! Q :

death of her sister,Mra. Una Barrett,
Here, in Reddick, the question of I I
of Dutton, Fla. the
They are daughter .
higher education was persistently I
To Kill the Taste for .
of )Ir. and Mrs. John Perry, of ; Liquor.The J -
agitated, and where shall the children
Oxford following remedy it is said will
be educated? They resolved to edu- '11
Miss( Cora Beal, a prominent schoolteacher effect a permanent cure: 1.1
cate them at home, and with that indomitable -
of Wauchula, is visiting here. "I was one of those!: unfortunates : CLOTHING ffi
I pluck characteristic of the ,1
given to strong dirnk. When I left J ,4
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Edwards, of class of men who achieve noble j ;

Ocala, spent a night with friends here works this handsome and spacious off a horrid want of something must i
have or so disgraced. I could neithereat t1
while their
on Orange Springs
way r.1
last week. They will remain a week institute of learninghas-figuratively I work or sleep. Explaining my J \.1 We have marked down all
shaking-sprang up like a mushroom.
affliction our
at the Springs. to a man of much educa- summer DJ

Mr. L. E. Lang, will leave in a few When years have passed and these tion or experience, he advised me to I a suits and

days for the St. Louis exposition. !. energetic and resolute citizens shall take a decoction of ground quassia, a d you can do no better than 1X3
have disappeared from this mundane I buy
half ounce steeped in a pint vinegar,
-' Mr. J. J. Brinson, living near the I Q
Ocklawaha, is the "king bee" man sphere, the mpmory of this, their and to put about a small teaspoonful I 5 you a suit to finish out the 3
noble work, will, through the ages, summer.
in this corner of the county. He has of it in a little water, and to drink it
be handed down to posterity who in .
Bold three thousand pounds of fine down every time the liquor thirst I i
I turn realizing and accepting the IT
honey this season, netting him about i came on me violently. I found it sat WILL PAY YOU.
glorious precept that obtains in the
two hundred and ten dollars, besides isfied the cravings, and it gave a
fact now accomplished, and the fruits,
he will sell about dollars feeling of stimulus and strength. I
thirty worthof
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been q
having righteously and persistently I UJ
beeswax. continued this cure and perserveduntil fI
disseminated as time rolls byI
the thirst was For two

Suicide Prevented. because imbued with the same spirit, j years I hav' .... tasted liquor, and I I?d Straw Hats Summer Shirts
and, emulating the good done by the : and Fancy 3
The startling announcement that apreventive have no desire / >r it. Lately, to try I Neckwear
ancestors, strive to enlarge and improve -I ,
of suicide had I have
been discovered my strength handled and

will interest many. A run upon the inestimable boon thus smelt whisky, but i have no tempa- I? Hosiery Cool ,

down system, or despondency invariably established, and in the deep recesses .I tion to take it. I give this for the d and Underwear. flJ'm

precede suicide and some- of the soul will rise a halo of glory j J
consideration of the unfortunate,
thing has been foundjwill; prevent that to the name of every worker who has I'
condition which makes suicide several of whomlknowhave'recovered -
likely.At I
done his work wisely and well. j
the first thought of elf destruction 'I by the means which I no longer ;
Push the educational i
take Electric Bitters. It being a facilities, enlighten I require." K. J >
great tonic and nervine will strengthen and carefully train the young I ft .

the nerves and build up the system. ; Baseball Ft. McCoy j,
It is also a greatJStomach, Liver and I I Cued Sciatica.
Among the other attractions at
Kidney regulator. Only 50c. Satisfaction -: Rev. W. L. Riley, L L. D., Cuba,
guaranteed bYTydings & Co. Sew York, writes: "After fifteen Fort McCoy next Saturday (picnic,

Druggist. m days of excruciating pain from sciatic big speaking etc.,) there will be a I "
rheumatism' ,under various treatment, baseball game between the Fort Mc- I UJ1

Mr.W.D. Edwards, one- Jof Dunnel- I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Coy and Fort King nines. Harry BalJ a .

Ibn's leading dry goods merchants, Liniment; the first application giving ,
lock and Frank Harris
jr. will com-

New was in York Ocala on his Monday semi-annualpnrchas-onhis way to first I relief can give and the it unqualified second entire re pose the battery for Fort King.flLEYSKDNEYCURE. I 33 OCALA, FLORIDA. .J

commendation. Price 25c, 50c,
ing tour. lIe goesvia'the'Clyde Line 1.00. Sold by Anti-Momopoly DrugStore

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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Commercial Bank of Ocala
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Entertain for Showed Florida's Lady Commissioners.
The Cyclones and Whirlwinds Play
Their Daughter, Miss Ethel Sayles A Royal Reception Given them in En UCH o? CCSSiE :IAL BASS c? JAFSCti'V LZ.I. .
Mr. Jack Camp is back home. Another Game.

afternoon the South Lexington ,. GI)
Friday on ... .
I On Friday evening large numberof Timel"pion :: p
:,'IN. N. I. Gottlieb is convalescing. a Third Special.Lexington ,;-:' ; .C...
street diamond the
-- --- the unmarried contingent responded Cyclonesand Ky., Aug. 1Kentucky ":

t t Horace Whetstone, one of the "fire to the invitations issued by Mr. Whirlwinds played a remarkable hospitality was aglow to-day. : c enc.J-:::

laddies," is quite sick. and Mrs. George Kingsley Robinson, game of ball, remarkable for the errors The mayor of the city appointed, a ,

and unusual amount of runs COOJ ::
-. Born, to Mr. and )In;.George Close for the dancing party in complimentto committee of distinguished Blue .

A UR. 14, a daughter.: their daughter, Miss Ethel Say les made. Grass ladies to entertain the party 00 COCO c:

Robinson. The Whirlwinds were first to the CO :::I
while in
Lexington, and the enter- :

County Commissioner John L. Ed- :Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and Miss bat and started the game by sending tainment was complete from start to LO j2Mtj411I

ward sot! three around the bases before
on atwoweek'svacation. men a :
_n _____. Robinson met their guests on the finish. Mrs. Desha Breckenridge, 03 i

or John P. Wall, a well-known Tampa large front veranda, which had been single man was put out, and before Mrs. J. R. Mortan, :Mrs. William c.a
the side out three
was more runs
lawyer, i is registered at the OcalaMis transformed into a summer parlor. Houlehan, Mrs. Edward Farrell, :Miss ...

1I0u e. Mrs. Robinson was gowned in white were made, making six runs in all. May Bryan, Miss Kate Billingsley, CJ-....
The to bat and triedto -
and blue Japanese silk and M iss Robinson Cyclones came Miss Alice Bradley, Miss lone Schae- -ennoe"Yn
Nellie Anderson has returned the trick but
duplicate only succeeded -
was looking particularly well in a fer.
from a very delighiful visit to Palm in two
blue null over silk. making runs. Mr. T. W. Crews, traveling passenger .t.'lu'rnl Han 1kng In int>*.
Beach. In the second inning the Whirl- .tecount't SoliflttMl.
--- -- -- I The house is well arranged for agent for the Southern, joined

Ocala bociety is much edified by dancing, the five large rooms all be- winds made a goose egg,while the Cyclones the party here, and assisted in entertaining ,

the presence of Mr.J Tony Finzel, of I ing thrown together and the glasslike were more fortunate and added them. Accompanied by the S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER

three runs to their score. In this inning -
Lake Weir.
floors, making dancing delightful. local entertainment committee and
'. --- S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
Clifford Anderson the Cyclones
Mw. Will Dillaberry is visiting her Delicious punch was served on the their chaperons, the young-lady
handsome first baseman, who has not I
"h.t veranda between the dances. The Commissioners ,were taken to the
(rIN. J. S. Norton, in St.
been doing his accustomed good stick Feed and Sale Stables
Petersburg. back veranda was a charming rendez- Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders'Association Livery

--- vous for the dancers, it being screen- work this season, surprised the track, where for a few
Dr. J. G. Baskin and :Mr. John well himself)
spectators (as as by
ed in with large ferns and palms and minutes they watched the trotters We carry the most completeline
Gamble represented the PhosphateCity aking a beautiful two-base hit.
benches placed here and there madeit and pacers wheel around the course
in Ocala Monday.Mr. The of Harness, Saddles, etc.
game rocked along, both sides
quite cozy. These little cozy that is famous all over the country.On .

making quite a few errors, and the in central Florida and will
the to Elmendorf the giveour
M. E, Robinson, the "Sunny corners were also found out under the way

Jim" bhoe man, was in the city Monday large oaks. Whirlwinds a score or two each young ladies wanted to see the "blue patrons the very lowest :4.

inning, while the Cyclones were only "
for which this section of
on his way south. :Mr. Leon Fishel furnished the en- grass, We
able to add and then. prices. are thoroughly
one more now
is famous.
Kentucky They
joyable music, playing sixteen num- were

Quite a crowd are planning to go bers and four extras. During the In the seventh inning, thinking that told that the grass is not always equipped for fitting out turpentine

down to Lake Weir next :Monday, the umpire was not treating him exactly -
blue but could not understand s
intermision refreshments were served why and lumber teams, gear,
returning the same night. right, Liddell got savage and should be called "blue" c .
and later Mr. A. C. Finzel sang several green grass etc. \r .
smashed the ball out for three bases I wagons, w'M :
The Trade edition of the Crystal selections very sweetly.The grass. i _:::..o' 1., -'''' -

Iliver News for distribution at St. guests at this beautiful function I Ii easing his mind mightly. :Mr. C. II. Berryman, manager of We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

Louis is a handsome i were Misses Luqile Ansley, of i At the end of the eight inning the i Elmendorf, and Mrs. Berryman Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagon
paper. : North Slate Court Hon,<>. Ocala.Vta
was called, the score being 19 j
I i Thomasville, Ga., Polly Williams, game received the party at their residence,
Mrs. Edward Badger has returned i to 8 in favor of the Whirlwinds.For and showed them -
Eulalee Izlar, Violet Harris, Johnnie every courtesy.
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.Godfrey the Whirlwinds Clark pitcheda
Liddon, Annie Davis, Pauline Sulli- /Kr: a stroll over the beautiful T. W. SMITH & GO. s

Meyers at Dunnellon. nice game, while Moore, who has ,
\Hmds visit to the handso
van, Edith Piatt, Mary Little, Valeta g; was paid ,
--- -DAELERS IN- --- .
Mrs J. F. Edwards returned home Potter, Sue Barco, and Mrs. A. A. been sick and was not feeling very .! > brick and stone stallion barn,

Sunday from a visit of several weeksto :Marsh, :Messrs. J. H. and W. D. Tay- well, was not up to his usually good where are housed horses which have HARDWAREAGE 3

her daughter at Jacksonville.Mr. lor, E.T. Helvenston,J. Mathews: standard. won the greatest races on the turf,

Sandford and Jewett C. L. and which money could not buy-
Stephen ,
B. S. Quarterman, of Maize, I. $20 Per Acre Rental. FOR THEe
Anderson, Harvey Clark, B.H. Clark, twelve horses, valued at three hun-I
accompanied by his sister, were I Mr. James Moorehead has just i Old
I W. T. ,Wheeler, E. E. Robinson, 0. dred thouand dollars, were take from : Hickory Wagon.Let .
visitors to the Brick City Monday..Mr. returned from a trip to South Flor-
B. HOwse, A. C. Finzel, G. H. Ford, the stable and led before the party. Us Furnish You Prices Materials.
on Building
ida, where he has been doing some
(I. W. Martin has gone to At- H.:L. Anderson and Drs. E. L. Scott, The party was then given seats on
surveying for Mr. W. B. Blount, of
lanta on business for the Ocala News W. H. Powers and H. A. Daniel. the lawn of Mr. Berryman's residence Ocala Florida.
this city, who has 2,300 acres of fine
Company. He will return next week. : and liquid refreshments were -
Wss Against Csasambticn. land near the growing city of Sarasota served.
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Mr. L. U. Chazel and Judge W. S. All nations are endeavoring to check which he is preparing to have On returning to the city at 1:30 PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34.

the ravages of consumption, the white drained. "
Bullock have returned from Seabreeze that luncheon was served at the Phoenix --- -
plague so many victims
where they went over to spend Sun- each ;year. Foley's Honey and Tar During his trip :\Moorehead Hotel. After luncheon private carriages lIi..h W., IUP prepared to fur

day. cures coughs and colds perfectly and visited the fine body of prairie landsof wer provided for the visitors OCALA OCALA

you are in no danger of consumption.Do Colonel Camp's, which Mr. Moore- &
Mr. H. A. Smith, representingPaul and they were driven to Ashland, the ICE Be ICE

not risk your health by taking head says readily rent for 20 per home of Henry Clay, and to severalof IOE
Jones & Co., of Louisville, Ky., I some unknown prepration whenFoley's 11ACKING PACKING
acre and from which the renters receive -
the stock farms about the city.
at the Ocala House and
wan registered! Honey Tar is safe and

Sunday.Mr. certain in results. Ask for Foley's very handsome returns on their -,- COMPANY. Ol SIOrt: notice I\t eny COMPANY
Judge and Mrs. Lamar Entertained in
Honey and Tar and insist upon having investments. point city O 1'1'.1.-
Howl Tipton,of St. Petersburg, London.
I it. For Sale by Post Office Drug Besides renting these drained lands --

after a week's visit to his father, :Mr. Store. m for the price above named Colonel Judge and Mrs. William B. Lamar, PHONE .34 WATGH'( FOG :THE BLUE WAGON, PHONE 3Q.

J. J. Tipton, in this city, returned who have been traveling abroad since
Meeting of the Good Time Club. Camp cultivated on his own accounta
home Sunday.The their marriage in June,have recently -
Thursday evening at her home on large number of acres the past season -
been in London, where they were
next visit to Oc ali of Dr E. T. Ocklawaha avenue, Miss Johnnie and the crops were so prolific he

Allen, the eye, ear, me and throatnurgeou Liddon very delightfully entertainedthe gave up the task of trying to marketthe beautifully entertained. Among; the Going to theWorid's Fair?

of Tampa will be Thursday functions they attended was a bril-
Good Time Summer Club and the whole output.
Augubt 25.. Montezuma hotel. liant reception given by Ambassadorand SEE
following guests: :Messrs.Mike Roess, I For many years past Colonel Par- -
I Mrs. Choate, meeting there Sen-
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Huber are visitIng C. L. Anderson, Stephen and Sand- rish, of the town of Parrish, has been
I ator and Mrs. Alger, of :Michigan,
relatives at Bronson. From there ford Jewett, Howard and Harvey i renting similar lands for $25 per acre_ Ocala Furniture Company.For
and Commissioner General H. Clay
a they will go to Indiana for the Clark, N. A. Weathers, G. H. Ford, and the renters have never failed to .
Evans, of Tennessee.
benefit of Mr. Huber's health. E. T. Helvenston, W. T. Wheeler, J. receive handsome profits on their in-
They were guests at a luncheon the largest and most uptodate line ;
H. Taylor, J. H. Mathews, 0. B. vestments and some have retired with qt!
Mr*. Ed Carmichael and son, Wel- given by Secretary Henry White, of
Howse, E. J. Crook and Drs. E. L. independent little fortunes. ,
ler returned Sunday from Lithia I the American embassy, at his palatial TRUNKS
Scott and H. A. Daniel. South Florida is forging ahead and _____
Springs, S. C., where they have been home, No. 6 Whitehall Garden. After
Among the out-of-town guests were the South Florida Fair will give an
upending the past two months. luncheon, coffee was served in the .
Mrs. Franh Crawford, of Montbrook, ocular demonstration of just how she .- --
second balcony overlooking the
All the pulpits were occupied last and Miss Lucile Ansley, of Thomas- is prospering. "'AAAAAAAAI".vvV'vv -..
Thames and the beautiful gardens
Sunday and all the pews were ville, Ga. >
Merlin Spaulding, one of our car- sloping down to the river's edge.
comfortably well filled. The ser- Miss Liddon received her guests on
rier boys, has been spending the Judge and Mrs. Lamao are now in i
mons were far above the ordinary.Mr. the frogt veranda. Here the six }
week at Fellowship and says he surely Paris. They will not return home
tables for the whist were
C. R. Tydings returned Sunday games had a good time-sweet milk, butter before the last of October. 6 F i
placed, making the evening particlar-
night from Washington, D. C., and milk, fried chicken, chicken pie, Hospital Closed. 4.w
ly pleasant and delightful. J
left Monday for White Springs, where jellies and jams, and everything else The hospital is closed and will remain R
During the Misses Caro lid-
games .
he goes for the benefit of his health. that fascinates and satisfies a strong, so for a period of six weeks or JJ h .F '
don sand Grace Hatchell passed refreshing :
returned healthy boy's appetite. he says he two months, and, unless material aid
Mr. E. W. Agnew has fruit punch and at the con- J ;e
his had in abundance.The is given it, it will be compelled to remain v f i .
from a several days visit to placeon clusion of the, games lemon ice and

Lake Weir. Things are looking cake were served. I closed indefinitely.No .
item from the Staris
I following
one, outside the physiciansknoW's ,
brighter down there than in many Miss Ansley captured the ladies I perhaps the most remarkable i
f Fx
what a great blessing this
l years. prize a pretty white fan, and Mr. notice received
i a preacher ever :
hospital is to suffering humanity andit
)Ir. and Mrs. R. A. Burford andMlsr Weathers secured the gentleman's "Rev. L. B. Warren returned today
will be indeed unfortunate if it is
Mary Burford, of Ocala, and prize, a leather purse. from his visit to Richmond and Ma- 3. y i
compelled to remain closed.
Mii-l Helen Bashinsky, of Troy, left This was one of the most enjoyable con-oh! what a cinch tara tara tara
We hope that special efforts will be
yesterday for St. Louis to attend the meetings of this club, which has add- con.n
made to keep it open after the neces-
f fair.-Troy (Ala.) Messenger Aug. 13. ed so much to the summer's pleasure. TrE| "BLAHESLEE"
vacation given to the nurses is
Sam W. Teague, of Ocala, was in sary

OGr country friends should never fail Mr. and Mrs. J: L. Emerson returned the city yesterday. He was en route over. q GAS and GASOLINE ENGINES.
To buy or order through the mailTKBTHINA. Stand for Ease
Supreme Simplicity, Durability,
." for it surely fills Sunday from a two weeks' outingon home from Lake City, where he has Let's determine that the hospital and Economy of Operation. .

t The bill for teething children's ills. Lake Weir. They cannot say too been on business. He reports the shall continue one of Ocala's institu- WHITE-BLAKESLEE MFG. CO. Birmingham, Ala.J. ,

"TEETUINA" aids digestion off many nice things about the lake as a Bnck City rather lively just now, tions. P. CAMPBELL, State Representive, -
bowels of children
regulates the .* UMtpJI Ocala, Fla.
any age and makes teething easy, place for a rest and good time generally. despite the dull season of the year.- 'J'tu 1l.-nI. '" .. >

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T CADE-BURfOp HUPTIALS. who was beautiful in a becoming THINGS AS SEEN BY EX i If PIE OF OCA LA'S $AIRERS.It .

dress of pink.
The bridal choir was composed of is now recognized as an axiom
riiliant Wedding of Dr. [d.I.! BojkiaC
Mrs. J. S. Carroll, Mrs. Eugene Mcr- that successful agriculture is the basisof
t. to Miss Ages Good Barfortf.
phree Mrs. Key Murphree, Misses A GLIMPSE OF KEHTUCKY-A OAT AI prosperity. BLOOD PURIFIERsLj

Laat night at nine o'clock at the Bessie Hollan. Julia Wood and Nettie LEXINGTON- ES-U 1101'S Ocala's bankers recognize this fact

splendid home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murphree.and 1Hi rs.W. H. Samford PARTY EN ROUTE.LAUBEXCEBUBG and are setting an example worthy of discovered has met with inch -"
No remedy ever yet 4f'popular
Iluhfn-kf, Bur-Bash. 153 College and L. D. Gardner. KY.,AUG.12.94.! all commendation-they are all be- favor as S. S. S. The people everywhere indorse it, J

Avenue, occurred thetearriage Miss During the course of the evening sp cal Csrrwpoadeact Ocala B.aacr. coming scientific farmers.In and there are few homes where S. S. S. for the blood it

Ascnn Goode Burford, of Dixon telegrams from Paris Germany, and Six o'clock and the Tim -Union an article printed elsewhere not known and used. It is superior in many ways to the ordinary
blood medicines. In the first place S. S. S. is a guaranteed
1 Springt, Tennessee, 3m. Bashinsky's many other states of our own country, f party in their special car have just written by 3Ir. Gaitskill to the flor- purely vegetable compound, made exclusively of medicinal root

niece, to Dr. Edwin Boykin Cade of stating hearty best wishes were read I departed from Lexington,after spend- ida Stockman it will be seen that he selected for their wonderful purifying and tonic properties that let

Alsace Germany.In Dr. Chas. R. Hodge, who read these ing a very delightful day in that pays Mr. Chambliss a very high com upon the blood, purging it of impurities and restoring it to a he*,thy,

Its splendor of surroundings the messages of congratulations also favored charming city. The car arrived there pliment. He says that Mr. Chambliss natural condition. At the same time under its tonic effects the jp,..

wedding eclipsed any social event the assembly with a splendid vocal this morning at six o'clock and at ten displays great nerve and faith in emI system improves, the sluggish organs are toned: up and renewed 3
I. strength and vigor and better health is the result. No bad after.efoettfollow
ever occurring in the history of our solo. { o'clock were met by a committee of Florida in paying the price necessaryto the use of S. S. S., as so often happens with blood meale ,. lnet
fair dty. At first approach the magnificent Refreshments were served during j! ladies appoined by Mayor Combs to bring the animals he describes to containing strong minerals which derange the stomach and digerto

home with its massive the evening, and delicious trait I entertain the party and give us a I Florida. and in other ways damage the system. For disease of the bk.Kt

columns of white and myriad&of decorative punches were dispensed by Miss Julia happy impression of the city of Lex- Indeed, Mr. ChamWiss has made such as Chronic Sores Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, foils and p,,..
pies, F.CTftit *, Ttt.m.
oriental lights presented a Jemigan, Bessie Hollan, Lelia Williams ington. On this committee were Mrs. the whole state of Florida debtor to ALWAYS KEEPS S.S.S. ON HAND. ter,
Blood Poisons
**id otht
cene of matchless and irridescent and Loutie Wilkerson. I j J. R. )Morton Mrs. Desha Breckin- him and is building a monument we Monticello,Ark., May 21, 1903. troub due to
Gentlemen:-Por about twelve years I hare impart Of
gtery. The first glimpse of the exterior A large collection of costly wed j 1 ridge, Mrs. William Houliham, Mrs. hope that will remain a perpetual been using your S.S. S. M a household remedy. bad Condition of the bioo.I

however was only preparatory ding presents were on display in the Edward Farrell, Mrs. Bollard Miss honor to him while he lives and to I have taken it as a tonic and appetizer and ben remedy acts to l'
; here there is none better. I haTe used it for ray and V s.PU1
to the exquisite interior appearance.The hall on the second floor, bespeakingthe May Bryan Miss Kate Billingsley his memory after he is "called to his ctildrenatvarionstimes for little akin eruption, thoroughly) a* S"
Miss Iona fathers." boils and poisons caused by playin with weeds. It rcache3 aeep..eUd,
home surpassingly beautiful at great popularity of the contract- Schaffer and Miss Alice
I S. S.s.i. my standard, never mind what 11 the long-standing ,..... upon
all times was given to the highest ing parties. The bride's book was also Bradley. Mr. T. W. Crews traveling I Mr. Chambliss is the originator of matter. If I use a bottle ot 8.S. tones up. the which the Ordinary potwfc

floral decoration, the beauty of which there for the registry of the names passenger agent for the Southern, : a movement that means the improvement system, cleanses the blood and makes me well andsarMMriliacoiiiotiad*
is even beyond the ardent fancy of of the wedding guests.Dr. 1 met us at Lexington and assisted of Florida's live stock and her S.affUn.S.S.the best remedy of the kind that hare I have no effect. Crtfl wbf t

the poet to portray. The parlors halls Cade is a native of the United most pleasantly in entertaining us. grasses and in doing which he does lly overused rem dJ',and. generally MSS.V.keep on hand as a fain, there ii an hereditary
predisposition disease
and adjoining apartments were stateg his parents living at Washington We were first taken by the com- not let a few dollars stand in the way ,
S. S. S will search out and remove from the blood the fixed not osI Md
scenes of splendor. The parlor in Ga. He is now one of the leading mittee on a trolley car that had been of his experiments. He believes that build up the health ; it enriches and purifies weak, thin blood aad tt.m.

which the ceremony occurred was per- dentists of the German empire.He placed at our disposal to the Kentuc- the towns will build up as the farms ulates the circulation. Pure blood it essential to health. Yotj tQ

hap more extravagant the chief decorations received his educution in the ky Trotting Horse Breeders Association improved. exist without good blood, but can never be robust and strong; for ertfT

being two florals columns upon United States at Vanderbilt and track where for a short while I Mr. Herbert A. Ford and George H. organ, tissue and nerve in the body looks to the blood for BottrMhaw*
and unless this vital fluid is kept in a pure, healthy state the mt of -
either side with garlands and festoons other leading schools of this country. we watched the beautiful Kentucky Ford, president and rice-president ,
the body suffers and the system soon breaks down. Nature bars "...
of white and green spreading to He is a man of high moral characterand trotters and pacers go around the respectively of the Central National -ided in S. S. S. a remedy for diseases of the blood whisk ....,

thec: mng. The windows and station- attainments and has won for course that is so famous all over the Bank of Ocala,are working along the experience and a thorough test have proven superior to aU otifenn, ..a

try furniture under wealth of green himself an enviable reputation, both country. same lines as Mr. Chambliss. Theyare the acknowledged of Blood Purifiers."

formed the background. Beneath the here and abroad. Mrs. Cade is theo The next stop was at Woodland part owners of the "Millford OUR MEDICAL DEPARTMENT in charge of graduated pferikiiai,

garlands upon the carpet, were tw daughter of Col. Lowe Burford who Park, where we spent a delightfulfive Farm" of which Colonel L. P. Miller is an important part of our business, maintained for the beee&t of UMH
who need advice or special information in regard to their
mail silk pillows used during the now resides at Hartford. She was minutes, watching the childrenon is manager, located a few miles case Writ
us. and our physicians will advise ytfu without charge.
ceremony.Candelabra and roseshadeed reared in Tennessee, but has often their beautiful play grounds and south of Ocala."Millford" .
incandescent lights shed mel- been the guest of her aunt m.1 I enjoying the shade of the majestic is one of the finest ..
low light_over all. The scene was Bashinsky, in Troy., She is a young trees. I farms in the county and is being run

ideal, a feast royal for the eyes of the woman of strong personality charming I We were then taken back to the on practical, scientific up-to-date
gods. accomplished refined. She is city and after a trip around the belt lines.

The guests upon entering were of congenial disposition and by her we went through the court house i The most improved machinery is

ushered into the parlor where stoodin great personal magnetism has attrac- from the ground to the dome. It is employed and experiments are being 1A1 PRIZES I Offered For

the receiving party: Mrs. L. M. ted a large circle of friends. a magnificant building and one of made with the finest breeds of cattle, J-V/JL The Correct Solution

BashinskyMrs. S. E. Thomas of Augusta Mr. and Mrs. Cade will remain here which any city may well be proud. I horses, mules and hogs.

Mr. and Mrs. Burford of Ocala until Monday, when they leave for wish Ocala may some day have one The successful operations of these

Fla., Mrs. C. S. Tutwiter Mrs. Key Washington, Ga., where the parentsof like it. gentlemen mean a great deal to the Tropical Manufacturing' Co. manufacturers

Murphree and Mr. and Mrs. F. S. i the groom reside. After a sojournin A special interurban car was next farming industry of our county. of thegreat health drink ETTO wilt

Wood.A ,Georgia, they will probably visit boarded and we proceeded to"Elmen- Mr. James :\{. Barco, manager of ,

the appointed hour for the ceremony Mag'ara, thence going to New York, dorf" the magnificent farm of Mr. the Commercial Bank, has also set pay al prizes. The contest open to all.

Miss( Mary Murphree took her City where on Sept. 7 they embarkfor J. B. Haggin. an example that cannot be too highly It's free to You.

place at the piano and as she touched their foreign home. Countless This farm is seven .miles from the praised.His .

the keys and the first notes of the friends throughout this section as city and comprises five thousand son, Mr. Newcomb Barco, is

bridal chorus from the"Rose:Maiden": well as the entire south will wish acres right in the heart; of the blue just starting in life, and instead of FIRST PRIZE.The .

echoed forth the bridal choir began them bon voyage, and a long, happy grass section and is one of the most giving him a position in the bank he first one serjding IQ tije) correct answer we will gift o

descending the stairway,pausing at the and prosperous life.-Troy, (Ala.) beautiful sights one can imagine. has put him on a farm and he is beautiful life size picture IQ gilt frame entitled *'purltyH 1

foot of the stain to complete the Messenger.Mrs. Only those who have seen an ideal already making a reputation growing
This i picture is symbolical of Me'r the jrreti health
chorus. Then came Miss Mattie Wil- Cade is well known in Ocala Kentucky farm can have any con- early vegetables, watermelons, canta- all and contains 00 dope or harmful druic-. drink .tttfli t h'I.T s ..

kerbon, beautifully gowned in pure and visited here frequently as Miss ception of its beauties. 3!Ir. Hagginis loupes and fine stock. To'the.. .. next.. s, !I.l" .a..
5 . .........1 3lrltee.eI
white with bloom pf the roses in her Agnes Burford, and has many friends many times a millionaire and his The life is a delightful and inde- I' ... $ I, . I :'Iuftr'l\iM Usti. ....+.. -

cheeks, and sang "All for You," a here who join us in best wishes to home is a veritable palace and his pendent one and if all the bankers u. .0. . t \1"0 ,..kri ........

song so sweet that by it the chantingof her and congratulations to the groom. stables are beyond comparison. How in the United States were to follow 1 TI

the sirens m Utered not. Her enunciation nice it is to be rich. the example of the Ocala bankers l'Ii..................,OU

was perfect and the full Was la Par Health Per Years- Mr. C. H. Berryman the managerof there,would be no such thing as prej- Pt'ople .......Know Ii GOOtt........\\"heo Tnr,...._.........It "w .f I

meaning of the Ira W. U8t r nt. ........In. . .
fell Mansfield
song heartily in Kelley, Pa" Elmendorf treated us most courtennth' udice against banks and between the .Good.-- .Hul..r ... .......

touch with the occasion. Then came writes: "I was in poor health fortwo and after__ n a_ _short____ _clmllthe .. nror...... farmer and the banker there would.

the familiar strains of Mendelsohn's years bladder, trouble suffering, and from spent kidney considerable and- beautiful grounds conducted us be-as there should be-a mutual- -- in Cut the out blank out this space coupon the wb!f . . ..... .
wedding march and as the inspiring to the handsome brick to make an appropriate senlenience '
money consulting physicians with stone interest, sympathy and good fellow-
advertising )1t..wP.O......... .......
song of the bridal choir burst forth, out obtaining marked benefit, but stallion barn, where are housed some ship. Hod mail tn theTropical .

the approach of the ribbon girls down was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure, of the most famous racers on the Puts and End to it All. Mfg. Co. I'ttUtI'} .:'...... ........... ..
the magnificent flower laiden and I desire to add my testimony thatit turf. Jacksonville Florida.
stairway A
Among them are a number of grevious wail oftimes comes as a
was noted they being,followed by may be the cause of restoring the imported horses, one Salvatore who result as unbearable pain from over Remember the first 101 correct
health of others. Refuse substitutes. wrre rt-c-h..t) get the prt.., heed M
the Gossip Club bearing garlands of Sold by Post Office Drug Store. m has never been beaten but once; taxed Liver organs. Dizziness, Backache, your answers at once M thr.

flowers with which they formed an I Kinley Mac,the horse that beat Salvatore thanks complaint and Constipation.But TROPIC L
to Dr. King's New Life NUfACTUijlNO
aisle for the wedding party from the Early Testament Characters. that once; and many others. Pills they put an end to it all. Theyare COMPJNY.(

btair caise to the parlor. The bridal Rev. HenryV.. Little rector of I The prices of these horses range from gentle but thorough. Try them. 14 W, Adams St. fltt.
arty Included: Little Misses Mary of Grace Episcopal church, is delivering $2>,o.}) to $t,0)) el:h. Only 25c. Guaranteed by Tydings & .
Ophelia Wood and Bessie Henderson At Co. Drug Store. m J ...
Sunday evenings. series of ser- one-thirty on our return to the -- z

ribbon girls; Misses Helen Bashlusky mons on "Old Testament Characters" city we were given an elegant lunchat What is Charity ...................... ...
Mary Burford; the ring which appear to be attracting a great the Phoenix Hotel and after Blind to one's faults is charity. Removing :

bearer,little Agnes Burford,of Ocala; deal of attention. luncheon private conveyances, to stones and thorns from life's I Rik Goods Delivered free. Write fcr Price List

the matrons Mrs. A. C. Craven, of The rector has made an exhaustive which were hitched beautiful Ken- pathway is charitv. Putting the .

Huntsville and Mrs. Robert, :Murphree : study of these rugged characters and tucky thoroughbreds, placed at our wanderer in the right road is charity. : JI .

;Miss Louise Wright,of Tennessee his remarks concerning them are intensely disposal. A great many things besides: the giving .

and Miss Mattie Wilkerson; the maidof instructive and entertaining. First we drove to Ashland the of alms is charity. Every good ..

honor Miss Alice Allen of Dixon No bible student should miss a sin- home of Henry Clay. This place is act is charity. ,,. .

Springs, Tennessee, she being followed gle one of the series. now owned by Mrs. McDonell the New Jerusalem. ,

by the beautiful bride upon the great granddaughter of Clay. The On Estero bay-20 miles below Fort : M .
the arm of the groom.It Those newspapers which have pub- grounds
exquisitely kept and I'ent-Dr. Teed the Koreeshan, it I
was beneath the festoons, lished false and injurious reports
gar- walking .
through the
beautiful state-
starting a city to be called New Jeru
lands and wealth of Bowers that the about Punta Gorda, alleging that our ly home and -
viewing the sacred salem. The new city will begin its
ceremony was performed, Rev..C. L. citizens last Friday engaged in acts I treasures t.-t. : i.. e belonged to the legal existence September 1st next I .
McCartha speaking the solemn mys of open disorder hanging in effigy I immortal
Clay was indeed a treat In ten years he expects it to contain I
tic words. The vows were plighedand the governor and a murderer, with and is
soniL'Uiug that will be
long a population of 1,000,000.' I
two hearts and lives were joined. wild western accompaniments, owe remembered by our party.

And those who saw through not less of it to our people to correct these out- We next visited the Lexington Unless the line-up of the Whirlwinds Ie

paradise but that only a paradisehad rageous reports and severely rebuke cemetery where lies the body of and Cyclones U changed interest -

come to earth. As the last words their correspondents for thus reflect- Clay and many other celebrated Ken: in the game in Ocala will cease I e

of the minister's prayer died away, ing upon the good name of an order- tucky heroes. Nature has lavishly and there will be few spectators to

music filled the halls, the wedding ly,community and its peaceful and beautified this cemetery and man has witness the games. E Ir I

chorus Lohengrin-:/The bridal patry law-abiding citizens.-Punta Gorda done much toward keeping up its Equal rights will not obtain in this I i s s J I

retired to the stair;.landing; ; ,,.,'where. Herald. natural beauties. country as long as the government 3

the contracting party paused to accept ; Russell Sage makes ex-Senator After a drive through the grounds nursing bottle is put to the lips of 2

the shower of congratulations i of Henry G.Davis appear almost like a of the Kentucky University and the some and withheld from the lips of I Old Forreu Crn $:.00. Old

the large assembly.The youth. He is over 90 and personally I 1 Kentucky State College we were others. 1 Corn AGO $2.50. &rbee" Rye -1.00.&tlIler. Apple.and lfountaln"n.., f
: to $1.0J.
bride was attired in an exquisite t cares for his vast wealth which is driven to the depot and proceeded o Lour Commissioner and 3 bend Kentulky Pride $3." Sowens 4IS 11yrr IitaDeS..At..
I Long Architect P08toftIce
creation of white and truly a dreamof estimated. at 16000000.. journey to St. Louis where ware e i or Express Money Ordus.i .
i McKay are having a little tiff about
loveliness w s'she.. 'The bride's booked to arrive at7:30
The south still presents an invitingfield .Saturday space and in doing so are using a BOWEN
matrons &
maids and other i -
participants ;' ., S.-E. H. COMPAMY.
deal of
'f v' : good space.
trtr. were attiredjin gowns of white, investment""" No is <*
cept Miss Allen, .->.*the maid honor It is intensive farming that settled right. settled until it is "Why do boys leave, the farm?" 140 E. BAY ST., JACRSAI\11
pa's.l L Well sometimes to get! an office. ........s FLA.

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:;' .c TH OCALA BANNERo,? .

f The paper "Of the People, tor the People and bv the People." .

t USA SLISABETH HAS SIS, Local Editor of the United States toward Japanin Ocala's Loss. '
t her present war, as a complimentto Hon. John G. Reardon left for
Monarch $1.50 Shirts.i i
f HAPPENINGS) ABOUT TOWN. us both Japanese flags and our Savannah yesterday and will make white
own beautiful "stars and stripes" are that city his future home.

Dr. J. W. Castel has returned to THROUGH THF EYES OF OUR used. Mr. Reardon was one of Ocala's -

; t Dunnellon. LOCAL EDITOR. After these dances a short inter- most distinguished and best beloved For $1.00

Staff Con et-pondence Ocala Danner.I .- mission was given and then a two act citizens. He was the first white
f Mhe Ocala Rifles are now having
Japanese play, "The Spirit of the child born here. His father was one
St. Louis 16, 1904.
nightly drills. i Aug. This shirt is made of the highest grade material obtainable andis
I It The commissioners and their friends Spider," It was a very pretty and of Florida's pioneers and one of the made in the very latest styles. The best value on the marketfor

)Ir. John D. Robertson is booked and we all enjoyed it. Only one man founders of our city and left his impress the price.
have gotten down to business
. t for the California trip. !r rI took part in the play and the orches- upon its social political and
are now seeing the fair in earnest. is complete In Iit'JH
-- tra was also composed of women. religious life. His mother was one Our Regular Line of Shirts ands We are satbftro

)Ir. Leon Fishel has been on the The fair in its entirety is the most The Japanese music was excruciatingto of the city's landmarks and in every that we can suit you as to quality, style fit, and price. Come in

I invalid corps for several days. marvellous exhibition on earth and and let us try anyway. .
: us, but I presume that it was very way honored: and glorified the virtuesof

Mr. leo. W.Moyers,of Dunnellon, is wonderfully beautiful. fine for Japanese. Only one admis- her sex.

I Monday we started the week by is for in Mr.: Reardon manhood here Chambers Shoe
t U visiting her mother, Mrs. Edw. sion charged everything grew to Company,

i Badger. ,first going through the Varied In- Fair Japan andit f is certainly well and except for a brief interval lived

i f dustries building and then the Elec- OCALA, FLOUIDA
worth the here all his life. His life
price. was an open
F MU Lillie Frost is spending several
trical The buildings are
building. We then shot the chutes and rode : book and if there were any spots up- --
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Herbert
I almost too vast to conceive of and I. on the scenic railway several times.If I on it they were entirely obscured by -
Crook at Palatka.Mr. c
walks mile mile in one
-:- I It one upon I asked what is the most popular the brighter and more brilliant ones

E. L. Rryan, train master of I building. The different exhibits are thing on the Pike to the Florida that so happily illumined its pages.
t II
the Seaboard Air Line railway,. is a I Ii truly wonderful and picturesquely crowd, I believe we would say the Through his veins run in a large REMEMBER

guest of the Ocala House. beautiful and one runs out of synonyms -I Scenic, as we are all crazy about it measure the milk of human kindnessas 4t
and adjectives in trying to adequately and wind night with several disinterestedly as one we have
'I I up every any !
and Stone of
Mit>*e t Effiej 20
describe them. Saturdays u
i .
rides. ever known; a true and steadfast
'. Chattanooga, are here the guests of }
At 11:30 o'clock we attended a pipe SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.
friend, and to his enemies tolerantand
Mr. and Mrs. S.
their ,
Festival Hall the -- --
in the
forgiving. A better, truer,
C. Stone. Heriiae- Is The Last Day of The j
I musician being Mr. Hamlin Hunt, of Renders the bile more fluid and thus braver man we do not believe ever

Mr. Clarence Carleton has accepted Minneapolis Minn. He has studied helps the blood to flow; it affords walked the streets of our city.

: a position with a big lumber firm at, the organ with Middleschulte and prompt relief from billiousness, indi- His fellow citizens early recognized Mid-Summer

Warren, Ark., and leaves for his new Grunicke; piano with Deppe and gestion, sick and nervous headaches, his virtues and his talents and he had Big
and the over-indulgence in food and
.. home to-day. Jedliczka and theory with Bussler in drink. Herbine acts quickly, a dose scarcely reached his majority beforehe

, Mr*. C. R.- Tydings went to White Berlin. He plays divinely.The after meals will bring the patient intoa was unanimously tendered the juiearance ft 1 .

Spring to join Mr. Tydings and the grand organ used is the Festival good condition in a few days.G. nomination of his party for the lower bale !

Hall is the largest and most D. Caldwell, Agt. M. K. and T.
have been there for the house of the legislature and was repeatedly -
: I children wonderful organ in the world and R. R., Checotah; Ind. Ter., writes,
made of the
i past week. April 18,1902: "I was sick over
Los Art
built by Angles
two years with enlargement of the and would have been given higher AT THESTANDARD
Superintendent II. A. Ford, of the It is 63
, Organ Company, California. liver ane spleen. The doctors did me honors if his health had not forsook

Atlantic Coast Line railway, and a feet long. 30 feet deep, and 50 feet no good, and I had given up all hopeof him.

party of officials, passed through this high. Has 140 speaking stops, 90 being cured, when my druggist advised When quite a young man Mr.

me to use Herbine. If has made BostOn Store.
city yebterday.Mn mechanical movements 10059 pipes. Reardon passed several years of his
me sound and well. 50c. Sold by I
and The combination switch board has life: in Savannah held a position on
li i A. J. Leavengood Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m ;
for 1616 electric switches, capable of producing t staff of the old Savan-
t daughter Ollie left last night .e reportorial
distinct tonal Burglars. D D
Palm View, Manatee county, on a 17,178,867,183 nit! Hepublican and acquitted himse '
Last night at the early hour of nine
relatives. combinations.In -. with honors; studied law and was II 1
vlit to
chicken house -
entered the

)1it4 Annie and Abbie McCarthyleft Gallery the, afternoon the Horticultural we "did" the and Art the I of the editor of this paper and were state admitted and to United the bar States there,courts both in and the I llllhfllf" ,' "11f itf" "tflffItfN" "!!1f"! "tf"Iff-Ilfilfitf' "I1fII11I1111UUI11' " ," ':?:

yesterday for Pablo where they Machinery buildings and at five driven off. Seeing and hearing only = -
I we express the wish of this commu- PIANOS.
month enjoying the surf to listen female voices, they returned and at- t
will spend a o'clock rested long enough
nity that he may find in that city a .-. 4 4In
to break into the house, and .
bathing and the salt sea breezes. to the concert given by the Mexican |: tempted sweet asylum for the rest and recrea- -
:=: car thirty pews e! ::
Frank Harris, jr.
I- I Band, of which Capt. Ricardo Pacheco were fired upon by 4
Mr. Earnest Watson, of Jacksonville is the leader. The music was The night before burglars entered tion that he so much needs. 2 experience we tan haailel :.:.:..:.

.\ who has been the guest .of his lovely. I. the room of Dr. J. C. Boozer at the Step that Cnjih: :-;: every GS2AT PUSQ. Wi :.:..:

brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. / k::w these which! hit
The evening until eleven o'clock we Club House. The Doctor, who is When a cough, a tickling or an ir- r I ira .4

L. Watson, will return home today. spent on the "Pike." The brilliant sick, was awakened by the noise and ritation in the throat makes you feel adapted to cir trymZ clir atc!

s illuminations the thousands awoke the negro man who is sleepingin uncomfortable, take Ballard's Horehound : =-= t, _: cca iticns. We sold that the =-=
Mr. V. N. Ridgley, of St. Petersburg upon
and the room with him, and tried to Syrup. Don't wait until the :: old piano t:yoir Sraadaother, ;!
was in town Wednesday working thousands of people coming go-
the beautiful building get him to catch the burglar, but the 1 disease has gone beyond control.Mr. We hope to tell to 701 tai ;:
s an interest in the A. C. L. ex- ing all the time,
up I that Dr. Boozer was :: year children. To io this wi ==
the of ever'nation on the man thinking and Mrs. J. A. Anderson 354
Um to that town next Monday. people
eui> .-- .- the confusion out his head caught him instead and I West 5th St., Salt Lake City, Utah, == mist TREAT JZCPLS SI3HT- ==
--- outside of the ...."
MU( Ethel Sinclair, who has been produced by the hundreds of "spiel- forced him back in bed, while this the best medicine for coughs and A neissri to send free catalogue. .--::

three months visitingin colds. We have used it for several .
aWnt about ers" and bands for these concerns, go was going.. on the burglar escaped =-=

Washington, New York and other to make up one of the most fascinating with a part of Dr. Boozer's wearing years: it always give me immediate --- -.........

cities, has returned. She had a apparel.As relief, is very pleasant and ferfect

mo I.find t delightful nothing- .trip.-better- for liver derangement The scenes excitement enjoys on life this is on intense the mundane Pike.and sphere.everybody frequently these visitations it behooves are the happeningso policeto satisfaction.Sold by the" Anti-Monopoly 25c, 50s, and Drug 1.00. I III.) : GAMr I ELL. S S11T% CO. i

Store. m -a
and constipation than We first took in "Under and Over i be vigilant and everybody on the -- ...

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver the Sea" and the "Hereafter." Both lookout. A Correction.To :: Headquarters, Jacksonville, Fla.

T..Llt>tti.-L. F. Andrews,Des Moines, -- the Editor of the Banner:
ere extremely good illusions and in Dr. Hood in Berlin. llllllJililil
Iowa. For hale by AntiMonopolyDrug I notice in publishing the list of iliillllialllllillliilllililllilli-IIlililllllllllllllllll, 'J '
m the latter place one held one's breath The local editor received a postal
Store white teachers you left out the .. .. .. .
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for fear of "spooks. from Dr. E. Van Hood under date of

)Ir. E. McCrary, who has for "Fair Japan" we next visited. It Aug. 18, from Berlin in which the Flemington school altogether and !OSSSISUS.SSSSU.SSS11.
Miss Lila the Irvine
mail clerkt't'e11 Yongue
the t two been placed
pa> years is by far to me the most interesting doctor says: "I arrived here on the .
this place and Horaosassaha school. The appointments should We keep a full stock of
concession on the Pike and for that 1st, having come via Budapest, Pra-
been promoted to a run between have read: Flemington, W. F. King; : LOOK FOR t
matter on the grounds.The and Dresden, at each of which
Lakeland and Fort Myers over the A. gue Fairfield, Miss LIla Yongue; Irvine, Old Joe
tea gardens presided over by places I stopped and saw the sights. THE SEAL
Lela O'Rear. :
finished branch road. Miss
C. L's newly pretty Japanese girls, the many Berlin is prettier in some ways than I Old Velvet
11'.1'. Green is now taking care of Respectfully, ,
booths, where all sorts of Japaneseware Vienna, but it is not compare W. D. CARX. i s

the Homoas-a run. hand embroidery, drawn work them. The weather is delightful.Am -/ Old

Mrs. M. D. Turnip eed and little and beautiful articles of every des- enjoying my work. Regards to Cholera lafaatira.. : McBrayer, :

son Richard who'have been on visit cription are on sale are a very all friends." This disease has lost its terrors since : _. Mark Rogers

to relatives here for the past three pleasing sight and make one long to The Savoy. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and i s
: Diarrahoea Remedy came into general -
their home in be a millionaire to buy every thingin
weeks returned to Old Charter
Mrs. J. H. Whitfield has leased the use. The uniform success which ,

Dunnellon Tuesday. Little Richard sight. Every thing in Fair Japanis above named hotel fronting on Lime attends the use of this remedy in all i i

in charge of Japanese and a'small '" of bowels in childrenhas
who was quite sick has improved and Exposition streets and it will be cases complaints Mt. Vernon,

wonderfully under the skilled treat Japanese city is exactly reproduced.It class boarding house. made it a favorate wherever its ; I
run as a high i
value has become known. For sale
not to '
ment of Dr. W. H. Powers. miss is truly visiting fairyland.this concession Be sure,everyone It has extensive verandas nice parlor by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m : '111: : : Cascade and

,.,nd dining room v airy bed rooms,and I '
Mr. J. F. Higginbotham, of Brooks- that comes to the fair. After looking Place for Sale. Other
is surrouaded by majestic trees and High
yule, was among the strangers in the around at all the beautiful things, At Reddick, Fla.,quarter mile from m
climbing vines. It ought to becomea
city WednelOday.Ir.. Higginbotham visiting the tea gardens drinking tea resort. depot 23 acres well improved; good Grade Whiskies.

formerly resided here, and his many i and eating Japanese rice cakes, we popular variety of fruit; peaches,plums,pears, *

Ocala friends will be glad to know were conducted into the Japanese The Death Penalty.A persimons, pecans, mulberries, figs, .
sometimes results in Headquarters for
little thing
that he is doing well in Hernando theatre, which is quite a pretty one. apple and so on, about one hundred .
death. Thus a mere scratch, insigni-
The Ocala Banner keeps number called the orange and grapefruit. Will sell crop
The first was
county. ficant cuts or puny boils have paid : Anheuser-Bush Beer
all if desired.
and Cause of sellingam
him posted on the doings of Old "Dance of Cities" by eight Japanese the death penalty. It is wise to have
not able to keep it up.
Marion. I Next was the "Sword Dance," Bucklin's Arnica Salve ever handy. *
II I 8-5-lm. W. SE. Bottle and Draught.Write .
i We would It's the best salve on earth and will ,
and by two Japanese women.
)1I11i Sue Barco, Lucile fatality, when Burns, Sores, :
Marshal Henry Gordon, of DunneI-
Violet Harris, Messrs. M. J. Roess, i never call it a dance, it being more I I Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25c, Write for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We
Ion came Wednesday morning to
and Dr. W. H. in the nature of a duel-but the at Ty dings & Co. Drug Store m up
W.Powers T. formed a jolly fishing party movements of the women was grace I Wanted turn over to the county road builders I I S want your trade'and will guarantee to give satisfaction.

one Ed Patrick who was convictedin

out to Silver Springs yesterday itself.Ten girls then danced the national At once a good Sawyer for hard Justice Barksdale's court of carry- i OCflLA HOUSE WINE ROOMS
afternoon. They went down the run woods. Apply to W.J.LOHRIO,Ocala, ,
number dance of Japan, the flag dance. It 8-5tf. ing concealed weapons. Ed will
f several miles, landed a large
Usually work for the cause of good roads in
pretty and graceful. OCALA FLORIDA
lunch was very ,
of fish and enjoyed a delicious : ,
TL the boat, returning home by only Japanese flags are used in fOLI'JjOmMQTARC1aros Marion county for the next six

It on this dance, but owing to the feelingof .- Ph '3 Pnwaool I months for his "board and clothes. r -
moon light.
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I | We% like best to call

iAa mars Zltr. Of course Florida needs no logic ncr And, behold, there was a woman I Not a great many years ago Mrs. From the dIne of its declaration np 5 SCOTTS EMULSION '
oratory to wheel her into the democratic which bad a spirit of infirmity eigh- j! Caroline B. LeRow, one of the teach- I to the present moment Japan's war f a food because it stands so em- # -
p. 7. tun:,::!, Ea'ess l&:1Ze:.
--<... _._.- column this year. As long as teen years, and was bowed together, j] ers in the New York public schools, with Ruseia has been a series of victories > phaticallv for perfect nutrition. :

the question of color plays a part in and could in no wise lift np herself. collected answers to examination both on land and sea almost as I And yet'in the matter cl restoring ,
i t of
ti appetite, giving new
our party platforms; whatever else And when Jesus found her, he .' signal as her victories over China.
i j questions in some of the schools of 7 strength to the tissues,especially i 1
obtains, whether gold, silver, greenbacks called her to him, and said unto her, j t On last Sunday in a naval engagement r to the nerves, its action is that

protection, free trade, imperialism Woman, thou art loosed from thine j I that state and printed them in a little !I lasting five hours she won a f of a medicine. ,

I income tax, single*tax or i I infirmity. i i book. She said that all the answers victor so decisive as to proclaim her ? SCOTT Seed ft for BOW5.L tree supt., OMmotf... ,

GMrro what not. the south U going to remain And He laid his hands on her; and were genuine;none of them were tampered I mistress of the seas. ; .f'IHIS: Pearl jac.aadfi.oo Street. ; aBdo .Nc.Yak

solidly democratic
productions and the eloquenceand and glorified God. lic schools are now beginning their :I momentorily expected, it is- believed ---- --

.. jjersuasiveness of oratory, is as And the ruler of the synagogue an- I j fall terms:! in this county some of j ",virtually end the war. Parties are getting dangeou.1

the story of the tlower losing or not swered with indignation, because these examples may be interestingand II With the war ended in her favor near together when the paramoonr

: THE BASNEI., BELJEVIXO losing its fragrance on the desert that Jesus had healed on the SabbathDa amusing if not edifying and instructive Japan will spring from an insignificent question at issue i* the personality of

THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO air. )', and said unto the people, There to those engaged in educational -I nation to one of the first class the candidates.

TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS So, however nice it i is to listen to are six days inwhich men ought to work: We append a few specimens I powers ant what effect it will have George P. Aldingw, a barber in

TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BAKRI- our silver tongued and gold voiced work; in them therefore come and : I I upon the destinies of the world remains Jacksonville, recently received a

CADES AND ITS WITH FIGHT THE WILL COMMON BE MADE PEOPLE FOR orators there is nothing material to be healed and not on the Sabbath Amenable, anything that is mean. II i: yet to be seen. check of $1000 for having reec.r+fully

Till BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THEBOTTOM be gained-no to be won by Day. Ammonia, the food of the gods. Capillary It may produce changes as remarkable guessed the correct number erf p ron,

their efforts. The Lord then and a caterpillar. Demagogue, a as some warlike occurrences of
m, i
World' Fair St.
., answered visiting the at Loui.
.. -,- li-I
--- -- -- Realizing these conditions Hon. C.M. said, Thou hypocrite, doth not each vessel containing beer and other the past, but let us hope that the God Aug. 1.

FRIDAY, AUGUST, 19, 1904. Brown has tendered his service one of you on the Sabbath, loose his quids. Ipicac a man who likes a I of battles is designing these stupendous _
To date the various evtimaMo of
to Chairman Thomas Taggard and ox or ass from the stall, and lead him good dinner Eucharist, one who events for wise and beneficent

It is HO easy to be polite that rudene has asked to be assigned to dutin away to watering? plays euchre. Mendacious, what can iA i purposes. the coming Florida oraage Cfop range

ranks should rank a* a be mended. a sinner from 1,230,000 box to 1OUUM
or Republican
some of the doubtful states where the And ought not this woman, beinga Said Lime Brick at Tampa.
Here is for for
a margin sfn&tt&m
mentioned in the bible.
crime. Technology
seed he sows may fall on good daughter of Abraham, whom Satan Tampa v.illha"e sand-lime brick
I I both bulls and bean.
There ii U no flattery so exquisite and ground and grow up to bless the cause hath bound, lo, these eighteen years, something which teaches you to be plant. As soon as a site is seclected,

M> appreciated a* the flatter of of true democracy abundantly.Mr. be loosed from this bond on the Sab- very tecknical in your remarks. One work will begin. The plant will cost The New York Eveaig.."gr .

lUtening.( Brown made a surprising reputation bath Day? sharp miss:! wrote: "This examination 25000. says that the mot bepetal rigR of

withit as a captivating and humorous And when he had said these things, makes me feet nauceous." To find C. E. Webb and Lee Dekle, rep the democracy in that tate k the

If "impression" carries weight orator in our late primary elections all his adversaries were ashamed: the number of square feet in a room resenting the; syndicate formed hereto number of local fights now on. After
the Tribune has the right
Tampa while campaigning for himself and and all the people rejoiced for all yon multiply the room by the numberof the the vote
.....,. the put in the plant, returned last night fights come
.J..1.The feet, the product is the result. In
Co1.BobDaris. By a general concensusof glorious things that were done by over the Seaboard from Pensacola,
Washington Post says that the Austria the principal occupation is I There is rarely an hrferral that
opinion he was awarded the blue him. where they went to inspect the plant
republicans will have to fight to carry gathering Austrich feathers. Florida is without her CfMN of hrnit.
ribbon for being the best
campaignerin Jenning's on Parker. and Mr. Dekle said last night that a
Indiana. The Indian desec- The melons scuppernong ami the
wars were very
the lot and doubt would be
no of
similar elected
plant would be here.
I regard the chances of Judge Par-
rating to the country. The Indians savory guava are now r* killr their
-. MI>o shadow occupy space?" is a excellent service to the democratic j ker as exceedingly bright. The The business, it is expected, will be
peo- at fruit 4U1N..
in the pursued their warfare by hiding in appearance our
party states.
question which is now agitating the ple of the United States have confi- very profitable here. The brick are
bushes and then scalping them. Al-
cartoonist. We hope Chairman Taggart will dence in the absolute integrity of the made from sand and lime are said to (r. H. B. Phillip* will oowtact M

---,---- assign him to active duty at once in man and are confident that should he fred the Great reigned S72 years. He be tar superior to the ordinary brick. auction sale of lots for Capt. T. H.
Ocala merchants are quick on the of the was distinguished for letting some
r some states if any be elected the county would have a The new enterprise will employ a Johnson, of this city, at LakeUad o.
trigger, they are- already buying their is buckwheat cakes burn and the lady
state still
supposed to be doubt-
clean and honest administration. The I large nnmber of men and will be a Friday Aug. 19. The .lose are vary
holiday good. scolded him. Joan of Arc lived inXew
ful for Parker.
business interests of the country are good thing for Tampa.The desirable and as Lakeland k gtowtef
Qrleans where she was discovered

The criticisms of Bishop Potter by Asking for Bread is Given a Stone. favorable to Parker while on the and burned by the British. By Woman's Burden. very rapidly it U anticipated Hut the

the temperance critcs are most in other hand there are those the lots will bring very fine prieat.
In article Those who in favor
an recently we stated the Salic laws no woman nor descendant are of abolish-

temperate.___ > that we were one of the conscientious most extensive business concenrs of of a woman could occupy ing all divorce laws and making, mar- One of Qcala's-yoeag- .fort*.M

Kx-Preident Cleveland will take advocates of the Chicago platform but the United States who look npon President the throne. Socrates was no use in ried people live together until death was fined $->.00 and eo-rt by Jaitk

the stump for Parker making his first wanted to enthuse on Parker and to Roosevelt with disgust. The fighting. He destroyed some statues parts then are respectfully referred to I. Raid Monday for killing a b.Ubt.

speech in Brooklyn. that end sought the aid and asked the President is eccentric and it is true and had to drink shamrock. Socrateswas a recent divorce case in Indiana. Some of our citizen* may profit by

sympathy of our'democratic brethrenof that he is not regarded as safe. a great ridiculer. Holmes was avery The wife proved that her husband his experience, as many aft Ml

"(Jet your hair cut on the rising the press. "I am firmly of the opinion that ; profligate and amusing writer. beat her with a club until she was aware that it ill agaia t UM law to

thermometer," is among the weather As a specimen of the sympathy that is !, Judge Parker will carry New York Cotton Mather was a writer who invented black and blue, choked her into 'in- kill these birds.

note of one of our exchanges. doled out to us we quote the follow- and that the ticket will be successfulin the cotton gin and wrote his sensibility, made her drive a dairy
The new opera base vrbJoh way *.
ing item from the Hartford (Conn.) West Virginia. I do not see any tories. Ben Johnson survived Shakes- wagon and work with him in the field,
Since the nomination of exSenator the I enthusiastically.pakno MM *..
reason why democracy should not :
Times which item is quoted approvingly peare in some respects. Shakespearewas refused to shave or wash his face for
Davis for vice-president the combine ago seems to have takcel a beak MM
age on a ticket, and I do not believe three
by many democratic newspapersof a fiction and allegoricaljwriter. yearsand slept most of the time
of Ann has been in the minds of those In 'lIf el
forgotten. that there will be in the MM
the any in the barn with the
country: His father married a lady of means hogs and cattle. If
"For eight years our political atmosphere party who will shirk their duty. By preliminary arrange m mil. Wfcm
were a the
judge bench
Some men are horn great, some and they became very reserved in you on what
has been full of miasmatic carrying these two states and getting would be and where doe the stest m'*Hmf of
circumstances. His most intimate your decree in a case of
have greatness thrust upon them, vapors of populism and socialism. another those insterosied take
or two of the doubtful states that plies
while others just "butt In.KansasCity Many voters have been blinded by friend was Ben Butler who was also a kind-Tampa Tribune.
the ticket will be succesful. At -
Star. the smoke of bimetalism or choked any great fiction writer. The soloquies of For enterprising newspapers and Mr. E. O. Palate. editor of the

by the fumes of the nostrum factories rate, the situation is bright, to say Hamlet throughout the play are no1 1 the number of them in proportion to Florida AgriettHrfct Md proprtoturof
A man, good in many things, U not which have been working overtime in the least.
torious. Tennyson is a very populous the population and age of the city the Simon Pore PtftUter wail*.
always a good hutbaml; and a woman, i the name of democracy. Vow the
Original Parker ManCol.Tom
poet. The most important event in Miami is entitled to wear file blue one of the biggest slrasefaslariatt
air is
and the
clearing mountain
good In many things, is not always a peaks
of democratic truth are again in new.1 Appleyard having claimed the life of Horace was his birth at 45. ribbon. plants in Florida, pain "' ''11

good wife.i "What fools mortals that he was the first newspaper man An inclined is that in Ocala
we be, will plane a plane | yesterday woH fee PIiRr.

What Cut down the number of apply with considerable force to the in Florida to suggest Judge Parkerfor clines. The body is mostly composed City where he go** to M* Mr, p,

Southern colonels? Do you want the Hartford (Conn.) Times' species of President, Brother Fitzgerald, of of water and about one half is avaricious -I Jumeau.

war to happen allover again?-Brooklyn democrats. j: the Bartow Courier Informent, comes tissue. We have an upper anda GOLF RASH After itjemli- -K tbv- wvafc* oft aM

Eagle_ The paramount desire just now of I forward with the following statement lower skin. The lower skin moves north side of Lake Weir la .i..i.g.

--- the democratic party is party har- : all the time and the upper skin moves bathing and haviog a food ttne IB
There is! many a slip twixt the crop To the editor of
mony and. good fellowship and the way this paper the news when we do. The salivary glands are general, Mr. acid )(... Witt A. Ooiu
and the transport aion companies, es- of the nomination
cclally when cars are shy.-New not to secure it is to cast slurs upon of Judge Parker used to salivate the body. The weight and .Mi:,** Mary aad Miaafe I...

York Packer. those who have been loyal. to its standard comes with gratification as the ful- of the earth is found by comparing a Carlisle returned Monday a/tss.wee.

.----- by the miserable camp followersin fillment of personal opinion. Such mass of known lead with a mass of I- They are the last of cfofe a teajaj part

jimt.Jetlersun B. Browne, presidentof its arm. confirmation is always pleasant, and unknown lead. Alcoholic beverages &. a to return. from tJbfe ptetty Mort.

the Florida Railroad Commission, If Parkeris defeated it may be attributed in this case doubly so, as when we first greatly obstruct the breaking downof I Rev. Sam .
who ha. rioted
thinks that the building of a railroad to the damfoolismofhisfriends.Senator urged the nomination of Judge Parker the system. Venus, Jupiter, and I
_. many lo e tfoa" of the eonatry deilvwr-
--- for
from the mainland to Key West i is Morgan on the Issues presidency, we stood alone in perhaps the earth was known to the Ing his
ehaataapi .
the field of southern In.. let'Wai, says In a
fea4ble. Senator :Morgan, the most illus- newspapers. ancients. Congress is ditided into \ late i:!'!ue of th. AUaataluamal
May, 1900, in the Key West Inter : "I
trious of :southern democrats, is in civilized, half civilized and savage.
Palm Beach and West Palm Beachare am sure the MWth. all odea
Ocean, we wrote the first editorial by irk
enjoying a veritable real estate Washington and in response to an endorsing Judge Parker for the nomi- We wish that some Marion county moot! i>nf*ro*N ooetioa of the I'uiwdStates
interview speaks in high terms of the school teacher, with a taste for the
boom hundreds
of acres of land near ate! ton eeafe ootton thfe
i nation to be made at St. Louis, and all
personal character of Judge Parker humorous, grotesque and'picturesque! .
the two places! having changed hands have times since written :: i give raater I.... to ail our
many of his
within the jeriod of a week. and en-Senator Davis, and of the would collect and codify some of the hKrr't4t.
aat11 pel the MMth
qualification for the office, and we oa top tit
platform. He says: answers to our examination papers
trust JUod oh*}**. Ov Jwmfcif. ..
that .
our readers will will
the pardon our
Perhaps annoucement that thecampaign
"Xo question that is presented in and see how theill, compare with
feeling of pride the go up, our mortem IK* ail paM off aad
over fact
was fairly under at the that the
way the platform can be considered as those of the Xew York public school
we will
clone of Judge Parker's address late convention, in which many of the MItt on ow wajr."
Mrs. Le
paramount over any other question, pupils given by Row.
premature. The Commoner's remarks except in proportion to its influence great men of this country were assem- Both the momtag acid.uilat .t-

bled, coincided with Just a Little Aped. ASoothed at th* Chri .
the our humble opinion 4hw C NSL .
on speech are necessary to upon the safety and prosperity of the *

a full understanding of the issues.MlnneajHilis .- country. Honesty. decency and impartiality expressed years before. The first political campaign. we by Baths with day, were i>art4e4 tariy lesttlJ" aid

Times. have any distinct and vivid recollec- well attended Mr. Holsai
in the conduct of the government Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner, prw.brd
tion of was the memorableone of two
"11 /U cxtriuivc farming that pays,"says the ; legislation for the common laments the 1.1'that he had not uticurc1 saw, TW ....-
I860. The whigs were making their ophy of Prayer, and .
Ocala Banner. Down la Vide, friend, it is iaIcBMve good and general welfare, within the succeeded in staring the recognition Why I.. Idea
last desperate rally to regain political titled
tinning that .-Miami limits with the Peepte who .
pay* New* of the constitution and honest, and adoptu of all the political eatt themvices .
The editor wrote it predominance. "The constitution, selves the Dlsdpk
"intensive ol
Uhft .
faithful and unquestioned obedienceto principles for which he has contended *

and made two corrections of it in the law are the paramount questionsfor for years. He is not the only- laws the Union" and the enforcement of the H SOAP '.' The church wan at*.aetl aif 4....

.proof sheets, but things are done in which the united democracy is conscientious and brilliant advocate were its rallying cry. ated with eat flow*** and .
In one form another The
or this has
Marion on such a big scale that the now forced to contend by the usurpation to meet with such disapointment, but And gectle! appBatioas of CUTICURA grvund urr&utidfc ff the Abash
typo would have of of it and been the slogan of all political parties Ointment, the are )*Ing
none refused I maladministration and gross he may console himself, as Bryan great Skin Cure greatly LutuHiiiit by a
in this I For
country before and since that preserving, lawn.
to make the correction. purifying, and (
disobedience of the law beautify* _
by the republican with the reflection that the fn2 thecrusts skin, for
time cleansing
but it is still sounded as ifjit the Kilp of
Tbc t.1lU1cr' bin, which was said to spreadout party under the issue and triumph of the national democratic ,scales* and dWtuH.g aDd fat stotv Sick Hd,ct..
were something unique and ping of fitting Kalr "For
originalin for ; several
I too much, was cut to$ .-Ocala star. dominion of Mr. Roosevelt." ticket will be a long step in the right our political history. ing, -and soothing red,soenng rough ,and whiten sore troubled with what wean pfcyriatoa mjr wife was

The advertisement, which the bill A high church dignitary visiting direction, and coming years, may incidental hands, for lame, sore, and bruised muscles, nick headache of aaied
Where Some of the Pension to outdoor a very wwre
was for, was set in nonpareil] type China witness the Money rashes sports, for baby character.
met a Chinaman whom he had full fruition of all patriotic and chafing*, in the form of baths She doctomi with segwal

the smallest in the shop,and the type previously known,when the.following hopes entertained by him.- Goes. for lions amoving of irritations 34 *.n *rnrpi- eminent phy.Ician* and at a ifre**

recognized in the statutes for the publication conversation occurred: "You lowed Punta Gorda Herald. About 3-25,000 annually goes to antiseptic women purposes, and which for many sanative, expense, only to grow were IIMI sic E

of Canada where 2500 Americans pen- themselves, as well for readily suggest wa unable to do any kind ol
legal advertisements and landee in China Chinaman as all the
; no lowed of purposes About
"You can't buy experience sioners the toilet, bath a year
on reside. Germany comes next and ago he began taUe
the charge was al rates fixed CURA nursery, CUTI #
by in
Soap and Chamberlain'
; why lowed to CUTICURA
you credit
remarks I Stomaeh
a newspaper philos- and gets $90,000; Ireland $75,000; are indspeasoHe. Ointment and LNer
ordinance. The is herewith Tablet
$17 returned
come here: me no Christian and
so me no I Sod today weigh
| opher. But by buying other t'uOUJhoat more thaa
things England, $50,000 Scotland wortd.
to the city council with thispaper' ; $17,000: "oI e.., eutsr.IotI, SSe..Ohd. she ever did before
sendee you The 1'1..zs ao f III fona and t "
way Christian on'credit of CIIoC real wttt
lot per Yia1
of ,
a of .a
experience can be Mexico, $22,000 and various ., .
sums go ouI. p11 RaM dea p JmidoI 2r C'b...... says Mr. Geo. E.
compliments. visitor said he felt humiliated. Ave Drvl : Wright ef Xew
accumulated. I' Sro0 Cbem. Corp, Glw'twa
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the for Pto,
i other countries. "How New
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: RUSSIAN CRUISER GEORGIA"-LEGISLATURE.: BESTON IS INVADED tine, and they left the place. Afterwards UroUoatorml.m.
I -
\ f1 Governor Terrell Acts Upon Measures Cato declared he intended to ov----
L Passed jl have that money If he EfuXto kill Mr. m R.BIGGS,
PALLADA by General I
Assembly. .
Atlanta, Ga.. August 17.-The acts BY HOSTS Or G. A, R, THE HODGES MURDERPaul Hodges"I ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.

; of the general showed Mr Fordhaa the track
I assembly were aU either (Office in G.ry.,1Itw Block.)

j approved or vetoed yesterday by Governor Cato made going through the potato OCALA + PtAlIDA.

Torpedoed In tho Naval Batth Terre! patch. Cato told me they found the
!, about 125 bills! ben Twenty Fiye Thousand Men In Reid Another Also
I |t
and Mr.
signed and five vetoed, dlsjmhg i ol money Hodges took it from _

Augus 10. I all the measures passed by the legisla.: the Great Parade. Implicated. Hodges then allied his DfcXTHT.:

-- I ture. wife and gave It to her His wife }I Over Munroe &Ch.mWi.,(flank Ocala: < Fu.

THE ENTIJCT CREW PERISHED.$ Among came out of the house with a lamp In
the .
w her hand to receive the r M. THOM PO? .
yesterday money.
were ,I -

It Wo at First Thought that the Pal. The tax act, the general appropriations Massachusetts City Was Gaily Die- : Trial 1 of Those Suspected of the Murder When placed on the stand Cato PHYSICIAN AND SVaGE&.

lada$ Escaped, but It Now Seema Cer- bills the governor's salary' bill, I made the following brief statement Office over Teapot Grocery Off W..e.....
; orated for the Occasion, and the I
cf the Draws ,
Hodges Family
the a denying his guilt: OCALA. FLA
tam!" that Vessel I Went Down supreme court justices' and superior
witn "
court judges' salary bill, the b'll! l Day Was Generally Observed as a Large Crowd-Few Jurors Disquall. 1 didn't go to Mr. Hodges' house at SPEXCEK.ATTORNEYATLA.
All on Board.Tokto > all. EDWJof
4 to authorize cities to appropriate Holiday by All! Classes of Business.: fied Sensational Affair. paul Reid and three others _

Auust 1C.-Noon.-U seema' money for public libraries, and the bill went W,
Mrtaln that the Itusslan to direct the pension commissioner to Boston, August 17.-Today dawned Statesboro: Ga., August 17.-Will OCALA 7y. FLORIDA.
protected pleasant and cool for the veterans of r Cato, the Indicted Trouble Imminent
erulr' Pallada pay over pension money to tee or'i'naries negro jointly with.
tank during the naval was torpedoed and In cases where pensioners on the Grand Army of the Republic. In Paul Reid for the murder of the Hod. Savannah, Ga., August 17.-A special J"CHASE.. _

10. She failed to battle of Aug. the rolls die before they receive their honor of the occasion the day was ges family, was found guilty last night. from Statesboro says trouble Is DY. 'TbT,

return to Port Ar. pensions. generally observed as a holiday by all The jury was out Just eight minutes, Imminent. Some soldiers disarmedby OCALA FL
thur. and has
not been reported slnca This latter bill is classes of business. returning the verdict at 7:18 o'clock. citizens. A riot call may be sound.
a senate bill and
missions Togo's the fleet departed on various provides that the funds so paid to ordinaries Early In the forenoon arrived the Judge Daly adjourned court until today ed in Savannah for the military.Mob CARLOS L. SISTRCMC: ,

night of Aug. 10, last division! of the invading Grand
when the shall be used to pay funeral without passing sentence on the ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.
Russians retreated. Delay. expenses and debts incurred Army of the Republic. From California prisoner. Seizes Telegraph Office. Room 4, Mtaonic Bulldlll(. Ocala. Via. S' nIt

t4 reports from various! officials con- by rea. to Maine and Massachusettsand Atlanta:, Ga., August 17.-The officials !.
son of the rmsioner's! final Illness. A Paul Reid was placed on trial when -- .
Uaue to reach I
Admiral Togo. ThaJapanese fro mthe between of the Western
similar bill. tut providing that the states the host court convened this morning. Union Telegraph

destroyers and torpedo boats pension be paid for the benefit of the had come and at 10 o'clock, the hour Court opened yesterday afternoonwith company have been advised, by the Will
a series of attacks during the heirs after the above mentioned set for the parade to move, 25,000 the railing around the bar cov manager of their company at Savannah .
pursuit of the Russian warships. were paid was vetoed by the men were In line. ered with soldiers from Savannah. The that the mob at Statesboro has I i

One destroyer reports that she hit a governor. This latter was a house Along the line of march at every crowd was so dense that for a con seized the Western Union office operator !

vessel of the Palladatype!! and It Is bill. available: point viewing stands had siderable time business was complete' there and closed the telegraph of. PayYou

thought the vessel foundered, and It 'the other fc'lls! vetoed been built and these began to fill I ly suspended. One indictment was re. fice at Statesboro. If is now Impossible .
U believed" to be probable the entire early, particulary those on the Boston to communicate with States-
To pay thfp?r diem and mileage ol turned again! Reid and Cato for the You have any Real Estate
crew were either killed or drowned. commons. Arrangements had been boro by telegraph IF
the late Representatives. R. Welch murder of Henry R. Hodges alone immediately to sell,
Admiral Togo says that It made for the veterans who were physically
appear of Gilmer.; W. A. P. Lowe dt Cca- after the court opened. The
tertala that the Pallada wa sunk. unable to In the ORYou're
engage are both mulattoes have
tooga, and ft. B. Johnson of Clinch. negroes or LATER.
was thought at first that the Pallada who did not care to do so, to view
at least considerable white blood in
and a house bill the Stake of
authorizing O. H Burned at in Georgia. thinking coining
escaped southward with the'novllc and Sheffield to construct a dam the procession from a stand at Win,. their veins. Cato appeared to be the IF to Florida for a home
Askold and across Atlanta Ga. 16th 1904. ,
the Aug.
admiral belfesh throp square. The finishing touches most ,
the Savannah river in Ebert county. Intelligent He was the first
r % was concealed In the vicinity of the The late representatives concernedIn had been put and today the city was arraigned.It Special to the Ocala Banner. OR

Yang Tie rlrer. Whatever her fate the three bills to one mammoth dispaly of flags, bunt was a matter of surprise to those Cato and Reid burned at the stakeat
pay per diem and
It soon will be learned. It she Is mileage to their heirs died before the not familiar with the courts to see how Statesboro. E\'erythingquiet now. You desire to invest in any

afloat! she will speedily be reported, session of the legislature just closed few jurors were disqualified, but fo<, A. P. A. IF kind of Florida property,
and If _
destroyed. It Is probable that and did not % strikes of the defense the jury could
: serve a day the three REFUSED DESERT POST.
sooe of her wreckage will be found.RUSSIA'S counties being represented by legj'lv- have been selected from the first 15 TOSEE

elected names called. The number was easily .
successors to the deceased leg. I When Shot, Wounded Man Opposec OR WRITE
PROTEST. rslators. obtained from the panel of 48. .
Going to ths Hospital.
A bill to allow Mr. Woodcock, the first witness, saw the
Sheffield to construct Chicago August 17.-Accused ol
Japanese! Violation of Chines Neutra!. fire which destroyed the Hodges' home
his dam was originated in the strike breaker, Robert .
being a stockyard
at H.
Ity Che Foo. senate about 10 o'clock. He rang the bell toalarm
!I an exactly similar bill h F. Close a: watchman for the
Paris August n.-Ruuta's t' w J
protest the neighbors. The house was
i the house. Both bills passed. but the Santa Fe railroad, fired eight shots
gal&st the Japanese violation of the senate bill 4i burned down when he arrived. Hi OCALA. FLORIDA.
reached the governor first into a crowd of men standing near
Calaeae neutrality at Che Fbo ha %# saw two of the burned bodies.
I and was signed by him, hence the the Archer Avenue bridge and wounded
been transmitted to the mikado's gov. veto of the J. C. Deal was the next witness. He
bill. '
two of them.
eremeat by the French legation at To. said bedding appeared to have been
The other bills disposed of were all One of his victims, Frank Holloran, .
kta. acting as the Intermediary of Russia 9K placed on the body of Mr. Hodges. The '
local t'I
bills and minor code section i: was wounded in the side and is at the pMPA.A
which has not made any represen. witness explained a diagram of the
amendments. They were all approved. county hospital, but the other, Andrew 1 99
tatlons to France on the subject. The .. premises. He saw the track of Mrs. '3.. ,
-- Bloom, 70 years old refused to t
latter u a aeutral power Is not d' Hodges. She came from her house
CHICAGO' STRIKE. : 'desert his post at the crossing of the
: rtitly concerned and has no idea ol and where she ran to the house she
Chicago and Alton tracks although he .A1Secfs
4: Intervening la any manner at the wasfollowed by one track pursuing i
Despite Mayor's Intervention, Peace had 2 bullet in his thigh. Both of the
t time. The Impression in well-in her. He saw a pool of blood and ..; cr\t",".II'leU mort-> '
4 wounded taken to the police t .
Far men were
formed Off. marks on the of live A I*&;>enlll'l\tllll-
: circle here is that the whole ground a struggle. <.* r
station and Holleran asked that he be- .. *i" Ji'''ri'CilltJllent' 4!
-t question Is not urgent and that ft will Chicago, August 17.-Despite the I Imayor's From there to the house there were : .1ft:hot t"'Jld.rd ktd.
removed to a hospital. It was not so t .'"7 ').j b, a.14ulo'rs 1004
be solved diplomatically. The news Intervention prospects for GENERAL: W. W. BLACKUAR. only two tracks as If carrying a bur with Bloom. ". : V : .'e1 Annual fQt.IJ *rte. \" J

that the Russian legation w. Pekin has I peace In the packlnghouse strike were den. Drops of blood reached to the -.. I. 11 tpoiicants.
fTo be elected commander in chief ol "No I must back to station," 4 '
; go my .J.
far from a.RhY CO.
protested to the Chinese government reassuring today. O. A. R. at Boaton encampment house. He found a pair of old mismatched *-/ CX .

cm account of the litter's The packers, at a meeting held last v shoes about 150 .yards from he said. "After the trains all have Detroit 1Icii.
.u permitting a gone through then maybe I'll go to, .. .. ..
breach of neutrality In Its h: Bight in Swift & Co.'s offices, had a the house. There was blood: on the ... .
territory -
Ing andstreamers of red, white and the hospital, but until then I can'tleave.
officially confirmed. committee to represent them at a conference shoes. On one was the hair of a

The St. Petersburg with the mayor, but today an blue. The decorations never have p while woman stuck to it by turpentine ."

i llhrts tlvt/4ie .Mnanese government had no: nigh a*I official of one of the big company'a been more general nor more elaboratefor : gum. To the remonstrance of the police, Watch (lie Kidneys

event In this he
even to examine passed cold water on the enterprise, any city. I "I had seen Paul Reid with shoes replied :
theltyeshltelnl to determine In the formation of before. I lost I :
"' the para e, Edward "I have been shot
; whether she ; declaring that there was nothing on i like the ones found, declared the WHEN THKYAHt AFFECTED UFE II
was dismantled H. Kinsley, post Boston, was I arm at the batle of Antietam and
.,'f without first earth the mayor could do to bring i i witness. The shoes were tied up witha IN DANGER
: obtaining the permission given the place of honor; that of es i I carried a bullet In my side for nine
; calico
of the Chinese admiral. about a: settlement. The packers' at string that was found similar -
So far as: can : cort to Colonel John C. Black commanderinchlef days. This hurts, but I must go backto
to the in house AWORDOFWARNINODr.
be learned, fJOrd Lansdowne tltude was that while nothing of benefit ; strip the of Paul Reid.
merely "
of the Grand Army I heard Paul Reid my post. -
admit that
could result from a meeting with they were
.>. acknowledge the receipt of the protest i of the Republic. Charles H. O'Con- shoes. The shooting was caused by a mis ABERXSTHT, the great EnglUb
his A coat and
: the mayor, it would not do to refuse tc shoe were
part reserving of Great possible Britain action on the go to the city hall. nell was chief of staff. .. found in Cato's house. This shoe was .. take. Close was patrolling the tracks physician and surgeon, well known to all
until all the Forty-two states and two territorieswere 1 of the Santa Fe near Ashland avenue,
sounded words of
similar to the that physicians, warning
facts On the other hand the strike leaders I. one made one ol
are ascertained. There Is reason L. reported in the column besides: he when he saw boys stealing
to believe" were equally antagonistic.; President the traces. There va blood on the I says. the medical profession and to all m&aklal

that the Inquiry commenced L. Donnelly declared he did not the Potomac division made up of the 1 s&oe and blood on the coat from a frieght car. He followed when h, uttered the words: aH'attk$

by the Russian authorities after Old Guards of Washington, D. C. them to the Archer avenue bridge, I
the expect to be present at the time the TEe witness said he also found underi kidneys. when thty mrs t/ecltd lift I,

been capture of the Ryeshitelnl has conference was to meet. President j Each state comprised a division with 1 wear which Cato admitted belonged tJ where the men were standing. Soma danger." ,

extended so as to take In the the exception of Massachusetts, which 1 him with blood stains one shouted that he was a strikebreaker It Is the of these
entire Donnelly said his reason was that at on it. The duty organs to keep
question of how the belligerents had two divisions, with 135 posts in and Holloran tried to stop
1 underwear In'the blood strained of urit1..
the hour named he had to address the was wash tub. our poisonous Imp
: have observed the neutrality ol 1 Hog Butchers' union. "And the hog Hne from the state. New Englandposts 1 He said Reid and Cato lived about! him. that are capable ef causing the most fat&

China. butchers are a great deal more Important .! numbered about 7,000 men; New a mile and a half from the Hodges Close became enraged and drew his forms of disease. Wten they do not per.

York had two battalions; West Vir.ginia. pistol, firing first at Holloran and then
home. Neither of them
to me than the mayor." said the went to the form their work properly,then trouble ia
RUSSIAN CASUALTIES. 18 posts Kentucky, 12 posts ; Into the crowd, which promptly scat
; burned house
until carried there. All!
head of the strikers. "Harrison was -- -- oma form is sure to follow sooner or later..
North Dakota, 10, and Minnesota 13 tered.
too long getting in. He has heard oui the other neighbors came. and If neglected, death will follow.
Number Killed In Attacks on Port Arthur posts; Ohio about 720. California was
say for fair police treatment anti has Sam Smith found the shoes. Th Some of the most Important symptoms "
Fortress.St. reported by two posts, and Oregonone. GEORGIA PEACHES.
Ignored It. He need not think that first shoe found had blood on It. The are, aching In the back or Lips, swollen
Petersburg. August 17.-The Official .
now he can snap his fingers or whis } other had hair of a. woman's head -- inkles, puffiness under the eyes, dry or
Messenger published a dispatch It was estimated that the column stuck to it by Over 4,000 Carloads Have Been Ship
tie and have us come to do his bid, gum turpentine. Remei furred tongue, unnatural appetite and
from Uao Yang which says news from would require about three Hours to Deal found a knife near the log where ped from State.
ding. thirst weakness and loss of weight
great ,
Port Arthur announces the Russian pass one point. Paul Reid's shoes were found. Isaac Atlanta. Ga., August 17.-The move
sediment cloudiness In the mine
casualties there in the attacks on the The parade moved from Arlington Akins. H. H. Moore and Pleasant Bran. ment of Georgia peaches is practically or dry.
of the skin
fortress July 2C. 27 and 28, as follows: street to Beacon Hill, passed the state nen Identified the shoes as Paul Reid's over. So stated L. L. McCleskey, nest or strong perspiration,
disorders of the stomach and lirer.
Killed: Two officers and 24S men. house, where It was: reviewed by Governor Harriett Reidho made the division agent of the Southern raiway. .

Wounded: Thirty-five officers and German Troops Engage the Hereros Ir Bates. Here from a great stand soon after the murder that confession hei when seen in his office Monday.The AU the above symptoms do not appear

1.U3 men. Prisoners: One office Southwest Africa. 2,000 people including state officials, husband Paul Reid and Will Cats reported movement from the In any one case, and all kidney dlsordtn

and 83 men. Eight hospital assistants. Berlin August 17.-Four columns ol members of the legislature and their :j committed the crime, was placed on state, up to midnight of the 12th instant will not present the same symptoms.

At the Thanksgiving service for the German troops attacked the Herero friends, saw the procession. At the the stand. She said in part: was 3,991 cars. There are a There is nothing that so quickly and

birth of Alexis held in Llao Yang Sun. near Hamackarl, German southwest city hall the parade was reviewed by i iMayor "Cato lived about a half mile from I few cars unreported, amounting to surely makes the kidneys right as Fotn'i

:: day. th, officials were invited to dine Africa. on the night of Aug. 11. The Patrick A. Collins, and the our house. He came to see us often. perhaps :30( or 40 cars, and there are KIDXET CT LE. It Is: a preparation of the

: at headquarters by General Kuropat fighting continued all day of Aug. 12. city council. At the Junction of Temple On the night of the murder he came yet a few cars of Elbertas to move best known remedies used by the world's

kin. Tne natives were defeated with a Place: and Tremont street the vet : to the hou'e about 8 o'clock. He the first of this week and there will most celebrated kidney specialists. It U

Recurring to the Ryeshitelnl affair, heavy loss. erans met the most spectacular and went out with my husband In the direction be sever carloads of late peaches endorsed by physician and used ly thoM

the Novot Vremya demands that the Five German officers, including picturesque feature of tEe entire_route I of the Hodges' home. Soon from the northern part of the state. sands. It has saved many lives, and wall

Askold. Grozovol or any other Ru& Count Von Arnim and 19 men were In the form of a living flag composed afterward he returned with my hus- This will easily make the movement It cannot cure hopeless cases, It will pre.

san! ships now taking refuge In Chinese killed. Six officers among them Bar. of 2.000 school chIldren.As j i band. from the state of Georgia 4,000 cars, vent fatal kidney troubles and give rsllef

ports, shall not be dismantledbut on Von Watter ,and 52 men were the line passed the children sang I "Cato did not come into the house. for this season. This was the origIn. In even the last stages of kidney diuue.Postoffirp .

shall retain their armaments, wounded. patriotic hymns. I My husband said they only wanted al estimate of well posted representatives Drug Store

General Von Trotha. dispatching the Along Tremont street to I of the railroads.
no they may be In readinessto Boylston some matches and were going out .
repel Japanese attacks from which partfculars of the battle from HamS street where one continuous stand had again. The season has been eminently successful ---'- -

tie paper declared, neutral Chlnasa ackari. adds that his soldiers fought been erected on the common. 15,000 "The two men returned again between and satisfactory and the growers .

waters afford no protection. with the greatest bravery. people viewed the parade, for the most 1 and 2 o'clock in the morn have received fair returns from

part delegates to the Grand Army of ing. Cato told me they had killed their shipments. '

Severe Engagement Expected. I Assumes Presidency.New the Republic and affiliated organizations the Hodges family and burned up the

Cne Foo, August 16.-2 p. m.-The I York. August 17.-Senor Mon and heir friends. Old Boyles- house. Cato said Reid killed Mr. FOREST FIRES RAGING.

Russian ships at Port Arthur made tes has assumed the presidency of the ton street. near Park square Com- Hodges but he himself slew Mrs. \

sortie early toJl,. They are now Republic, says a Herald dispatch from mander-in-Chlef Blaok left his place Hodges and the children except one Spread With Great Rapidity Over a

\ being pursued by the Japanese. A Lapaz. Bolivia. The cabinet Is com at the head of the procession and little girl whom they missed. Vast Territory.

seri engagement Is expected. posed of Minister of Foreign Affairs. from a stand nearby reviewed the pa. "Realizing that there was little Missoula Mont, August 17.-Heavy

Dr. Claudio Pinilla, Minister of the Interior rade. girl left to tell the tale the two men forest fires are raging In the hills

Senor Caprlllos; Minister of'I tI _ decided to go back and Hill Eer. close around Bonita, some 24 miles I

A T 1d.,Treatment August 17.Compared.-The Japanese Justice, Dr. Saracho: Minister of .Fi :j{I I Camden N. J., August 17.-Dae person "The little girl was found hidden east of Missoula. I QTS, 6 QTS .

aerally are comparing the treatment nance Senor Daniel Castello: Ministerof was killed and several iligktly hI.I behind a trunk.. They then killed The fires started four days ago and ASO

j f War.. General Montes. her with a lamp. have spread with rapidity over a vast
iI Accorded the crew of the RurlE to that I I jured this morning by tie overtorntna
"My husband and Cato had nlacuerfto territory causing great damage.
of a car on the Cmden-TrerTbn troll
14y fcy the Vladlvostoclc squadron I
accorded Precious Ore Found.
kill the family the Saturday For the
night past two or three days from
line at Hitch's
ley corner near D*
HI.tach1. -
board the transport
I to those on Denver, Colo., August 11.-Ths
previous but became frightened. At 75 to. 100 men have been fightingthe
lair N. J.
which the squadron sank oa I ,
jf News today says: Radium ore has approached1 that time they went to look for the fire but without any apparent suc .
the the
'1 June 15 during Its Int raid. A prom been discovered at three different :I As car sh&rg which believed Mr.
pot of gold they
official said to tae Associated I curve the brake chain broke. ..( ..
meat In the Cripple Creek district At cess.The
places had buried In his
yard. My '
Hodges saw mill of Andrew '
I The jumped the Crack anft upper camp (!
avenged I car toppled
"Japan has ,
: has been found In
I the
Press ore
two places told Mr. Hodges heard '
i Conductor Robert Hollo- husband me McMuIlan had to be abandoned owing ,
Admiral Kamlmura res over.
4 the Hitachi. a well defined vein, averaging from them in the yard and they made up an to the close' proximity of fhe fire .. fJi
In i fell underneath the ear and was ,,
those who aided way
< hued and to 2 feet in width. Thousandsof I
2 IS Inches
for being there. They said
1 excuse which came within 2 feet of the cook
sailedaway I crushed to death.
XTM. Hitachi and who
inking the dollars' worth of the precious oreI
Cato had been snake bitten and they house. i

I from hundreds of drowning TiC I I has been thrown over the dumps byI The Injuries to the passengers consisted had come to get some turpentine."Mr. Thousands. of railroad ties have been : Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W.
r rdestrov.
of slight and cuts from
I Urns.. W. offer their living for om I the people operating the mines. t1rlnv ...I.. Hodges gave them fhe turpen. ,, i Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.iI" .
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Ocala has sent her full quota to theWorld's Every citizen (unless afflicted with .
the -_- -
fair. big-head) acknowledges power ol SENDSJITIATOM -

the press. Every public enterprise
St. Petersburg wants Ocala to send We will on September 1st Itl1f'lr s ile K'5 Miuheln j
a delegation of three hundred down appeals to the press for support and Must Enforce and Respect Neutrality Awful Penalty la Imposed at

it seldom fails to secure it if it deserves ; of Onion Sets-the.. Bermuda antI silver Skin. .
there on the big excursion. Laws. Statesboro Qx
it. The modern newspaper is

There will be a picnic at J. F. itself a public institution, and there-
Parker's pond, one mile north west fore sympathizes with all others. It Ocala Seed

of LeRoy, Aug. 26. Everybody isronialJy is not subject to the narrow and rigid Mikado's Government Wilt, Not Permit Overpowered and: Slayers of

invited to attend and bring rules which apply to merely private Chinese Ports to Become Asylums Hodges! Family Taken by Mob, --

well filled baskets. callings, but to the broad and enlightened for Russian War Vessels In Chained to Stake, Soaked With: Oil

principles springing; out cf Which to Make Repairs. and Match Applied. .r
Uncle Tom Platt announces that he
its duty to the people in the collec- Ga. August 18.-Witli
will spend the remainder of his life London, August IS.-he Associated Statesbcro, ,
tion and publication of information Press learned this afternoon that Japan clothing saturated with kerosene: .
upon a farm. There are indicationsthat
relating to their interests. has madea demand of CJma in writhing and twisting in their agony

a great many g. o. p. leaders are the nature of an ultimatum that she screaming to heaven for the mercy
The business of journalism is no
about to embark upon a life in the enforce her neutrality in the case of that the mob would not allow, Paul

longer a mere incident to the printer's the cruiser Askhold and the torpedo Reid aad Will Cato, negroes two of ;: .

tall timber.-Commoner. trade. It has become a great and boat destroyer Grosovio, now at Shanghai. the principals in the dastardly murder I 1P -. This i is the digrevt .

and burning of the Hodges, wife and : : ;' : ,. .
Mr. John Z. Reardon, formerly of learned profession, with honored fraternal I .4e.-i- "F. .. .) :.v.-1
Japan pointed out that the time three of their children, 6 miles from able old f&hioned
thin city, is now with the Postal]I organizations similar to medical limit of 24 hours permitted by international Statesboro. three wesks ago, were

Telegraph Company, and is working societies and bar associations.The law, had expired and that Japan burned at the stake yesterday.

newspaper is the great educator therefore was at liberty to take A determined mob charged upon the way to make Hrwwl.
from Jacksonville to Miami, and '
: .. .. euch action as may. seem t/> _hPT pynA. courthouse, overpowered the military : ,y / 1: )
n. of the masses nf the normlo Tf.. --- -- -- -- n --r-
--- -- ---- ------- -- I
later will to Cuba and after -- '
go 1'--1'-- dient. mob secured Cato and Reid, who had

L which will wire Jamaica, Porta Rico visits them from day to day and from At the Japanese legation here it was been found guilty after a legal trial .

and some of the other islands. week to week and from year to year, expressly stated that the Tokio gov and sentenced to be hanged, took b'i':

inducing them to read and impelling ernment had no intention of remaining them 2 miles from Statesboro,. and

:. Mr. W. F. Hamilton, who is now Quiescent if Russia attempts to compel there exact0fh, fearful penalty.
to think. The intelligenceof
at work on a well for the city of China to give asylum to her men- Verdict of Guilty.
a family can be judged the of-war '
by and authorize repairs at her 1:0.10'-.1' ;: :
Bartow in town He Tie fcrt.. ii:,sed quietly, the
was Tuesday. number and character of newspapers ports, which would enable them to resume >A-i "

says the well is now 700 feet deep, belligerent operations. Should trial of Paul Reid. the ring-leader in MAKER
taken and paid for by it. The man China fail to the :murder being concluded and a UNIVERSAL BREAD
but on account of striking oil and comply immediately with
S who reads a newspaper,as Tom Paine Japan's demand, the division of Japanese verdict of guilty rendered. Sentencewas
quick sand must be made deeper as both him and Will /
; long since remarked, is a "citizen of warships now in the vicinity of imposed upon IfTh'

the water at the present depth is unfit I: the world." He feels an interest in Shanghai will, tie legatlon declares be Cato sentenced the day before, and I4 yd\ p
i instructed to enter the September 9 was fixed as the date for is the new and up-to-
for part and / '
use. capture
the people of all lands, for their doings the execution.Up _
and Grosovol t1fe
Ii was
The Montgomery (Ala.) Journal are brought home to his door. done in the case of the Ryeshitelni. to the hour of noon there was date way. You do not touch (

eays that Bryan in defeat is greater, He rejoices with them in their for- Japan has made no secret of her intention so Intimation that so soon wu to be f .
but has consulted enacted the terrible climax.In the dough; takes just 3 &J .
grander and nobler than in victory tunes and sympathizes with them in not the ,', ',f
the trial of Reid little delay waS ''
powers believing that the matter is : "
and that his conduct at St. Louis their misfortunes. A good newspaper one which concerns herself alone. Japan caused, and upon .its conclusion the minutes to thoroughly mix q !eti .

added luster to his states- does its full in and : is !.)rbaft8l'11., BA bfor., were. hustled. into.
part broadening -- ----- -
renown as a prepared the legation further -------- -- -- '
and knead with this machine.
ie1tnss room where a strong .
aisertc, to ,
man, as a man, and as a democrat ennobling mankind. recognize culneae neutral :
ty only so loaf as it is respected guard of military was mounted over ',. .
whose record, private- and public, is The newspaper is also the great Russia. by them. Why don't you try one. ,',

as white, pure and stainless as the agent in the correction of abuses. With rffird to the Ryeshitelni, Japan In'the corridors the agitation began. Make life easier. We sell .

: plume of Navarre. Abuses do not correct themselves.The it II asserted: Is determined not The spectators left tie court room,
to comply with the Chinese and from the lawn outside many en.
i demand them trial] and the Price
newspaper brings them to the i on ( i # .
The east coast newspapers are lubmitted in complitace with the Rus- tered the hallways. Shortly before

attention of the public opinion as attn note that the vessel be 10 o'clock the crowd wu addressed bya 1' .
returnedto is
bragging upon productive quality right, ;.r'
often as it proclaims its imperious Che Fbo. Japan insists that to tall man. who seem 4. to inflame It .
: of the lands
Hastings and these all He called those about
intents and greatly. on
decrees. purposes Che Foo
_ '
lands are bringing fabulous prices. been a Russian base during the him to follow him.
They are said to be about the same in French View of Us. Chinese junks having been fitted out After the mob had overpowered the $2.25 & i-" : ':

[From the Paris-Pictonal according to the there and sent through the Japanese soldiers the jail WM entered and the f
character and quality as the Fort
\'eraciousNewark Evening; News(Ind.)] blockading vessels to Port Arthur. Befroe secured.

McCoy section inlthis county. The The struggle between President No answer has yet been given by Reid was taken down the stairway -Sold Excluslvelyby-

farmers down there are>andldon't Roosevaldt and Judge Perkor is one Japan to the Russian protest in the with a rope about his neck, and Cato

know it.Boys of individualities. case of the Ryeshitelni! but when it is down the other both pleading for
A man cannot made it will be communicated to all I their lives. Hubbard & Macduff

observe good manners; deter- amount to much in the United Statesof the powers. I The crowd numbered 500. They I

"_.___.:1 n._ ___ _,___ _1._...'__ __.:I ,
mine that the boys now growing into America unless he had marked in- IUlL66CU uie meu &!U/J6, snouting! anu -- _
---- ----- -"-- 5-
manhood will be as polite and deferential dividuality. James M. Blain was NOT RISK FRESH CRISIS. cheering along the roadway leadingto the flames had quencel Cato's life the
the Hodges homestead, where the Woman
: as the "gentlemen of the old elected to the highest post office in Porte Will Probably Accede five members of the family had been rope was burned In two and his head
to All swung from side to side he We pay great tftNlk'e tH lvr
as endeavored

: school." Be punctual and do not the land because he drank more rum American Demands. murdered and burned.
to avoid the fiery tongue. By We bow oui>elf b.w, Ji'. tn thff
yield easily to temptations. Don't at one sitting than any other man in Constantinople. Aug. 18.-The porte The two negroes were made to seat effort almost superhuman he
the has addressed a formal note to ths themselves on a log. They were told ground. Yet, \ h Jail our btaa.t..t
do things in ahurry if thatjiurry is country. Grover Cleavian was under the close locked chains. For
American legation they had but'a short time to live and
confirming its and .
for the purpose of doing something chosen president for having caughtthe dertaking to accord equal treatment un that they should confess. only about three minutes was he visible : chivalry enlightaMMt, the fullo ..
to to the crowd before the ing lines are from !lees .
great pile no a dirtm
else. fishes American
Don't largest
abridge sleep. Eight ever seen on the and kindred Institu. Reid Confessed.
of fagots made a wall of flame which
tions be guished tfcM Lord
hours granted the most favored personage Mar
Pennsylvania coast.
ate health
and na
necessary tion Reid was the first to speak. He con. the wind wiped around on Cttto's side
"subject to the
nothing will take Each of the two candidates now the usual departmental accomplishmentof '. teased, implicating other negroes, al and hid him from view. aulay:

confronting has some similiar attainment .In spite of the seeming formalities. he had in the courtroom. He denied, Mob Hurled Sticks at Doomed Men. "It there be a won! of truth in
Death in Unwelcome however, that he had taken Reid- was the first to exhibit history
Guest. to offer to his countrymenas It Is not believed that the porte will an actiti unconsciousness women bave always b *-ti.
part in the murder. sind was perhaps the first
The flat of death is inexorable. No justification for his election. Presi- raise further difficulties in executing dead. and still are, over Uw gfWAfetr' part of
the Cato answered incoherently.The Before-' the flames had pro-
appeal from the great law which dooms dent Roosevaldt places his hope in ating agreement a fresh crisis or run, which the risk American of cre- crowd moved across a field to gressed very far up his bodjfc his head the globe, humble companion, pU> .

us to dust. We flourish and fade as the fact that he has the most numerous diplomatic circles declare would follow i strip of woodland. Several men sank forward, and many believed that things, captives, memiaR bst <>!
climbed two branches and called for the fire got into his lungs and killed: burden.
the leaves of the forest and the flowers family in the land he being the promptly any failure to loyally carry him. Except in a few happy and
As Cato's head
out the ropes. swung to and
that bloom wither and fade in a head of the Morman religion and There much "Burn them! Burn them!" shoutedthe fro tome of the more excited membersof highly civilized commoiUtto, tt.>

day having no frailer hold upon life proprietor of ten households, count- lomatic and official comment circles among dip. crowd. the perty commenced throwing are strictly in a t4at of ?1'IO".1!

than the mightiest monarch that ever ing his ehildren by the score. His the incompleteness of the concerning American Cato begged to be shot or hanged, lightwood knots at it. slaver}'. Even in those coomrit.
settlement saying he was Innocent; that he had As soon ts it was ceen that the
the men
earth with his footsteps. summer residence at Oyster Bay is compared with the settle where they are be t treated the la".
ment obtained by France had no part in the crime. Some of were dead, the crowd commenced dis
Generations of men appear and disappear the most populous home in Ohio on the occasion the are generally unfavored
as of the occupation of the islandof more humane wanted to grant his persing. A large number remained to thrm

as the grass and the multitude many an ninety plate being laid at Mitylene in 1901. The American request, but they were in the minor behind, however, piling more fuel on. with respect to alm *t aM UM |*>inu

that the world circles ty. The rest wanted to visit the same until both bodies were burned all in which
L throng to-day will L table daily. however, point out that Min es- they are the mo,t t..l'l
ister death upon the negroes that they had cept the trunks. Others
: disappear as footsteps upon the shore Judge Perkor, on the other hand LeIshman obtained what he_ tIp.n __. interested."
upon the Hodges in ttrasting!
manded, and is now awaiting the family. out the fire, -
Men t el lom think of the great event has endeared himself to his execution A number of the which ---- -- -
fellow of the undertaking.DR. mob made a speech commenced spreading along the '
of death until the shadow falls upon citizens through his skill in swimm- recounting the horrors of the crime. dry streaks of pine: needlss.

their own pathway, hiding from their l ug. He once threw a dollar across BROUGHTON TO LONDON.Will This inflamed the crowd to the burnIng After the]: la-st member of the mob LfflBE .
pitch. had left the scene, hundreds of citi-
eyes the faces of loved ones whose the Potomac
near home in
Eso- Fill Rev. G. Campbell M To a: large stump, 12 feet high the rens who sd in nowise participated

living smile was the sunlight of their pus and plunged into the turbid Pulpit for Two Months. rgan'1 men were chained with their backs in the execution, repaired to the scene

.; existence. Death is the antagonist of stream he swam to the other side so Atlanta, August 18.-Dr. Len 0. to the stump. With trace chains the and many remained until long after nOrill

: life and the thought of the tomb is rapidly that, climbing out on the Broughton, pastor of the Baptist Tabernacle men were lashed to the stump. Then nightfall, picking up whatever souven unl--n: and
,. will reach Atlanta a wagon load of pine wood was hauled irs they could find.
the skeleton of all feasts. We do not bank, he was able to catch the dollar afternoon and will Saturday to the spot. It was piled around the
preach at hia church NEW LINE
want to go through the dark valley as it descended from its airy flight, Sunday morning and evening. Next men and ten gallons of kerosene was OPENED.First Dry Siding, Flooring awl 'edIn.

although its dark passage may lead I Judge Perkor has also been known to Monday he will leave Atlanta for Lon i thrown over them. Passe gr Train Over

direct to the gates of paradise; we stay under water three weeks without Westminster don where he chapel will fill the pulpit of Scene Beggared Description. land's New Rout Rock Is- l I B. H. Seymour

do not want to go down in the damp uttering a syllable. His aquatic feats of September and October.during the months The scene which followed beggared Kansas City August 17.-The I
I first
grave, even with princes for bedfellows. are heralded broadcast over the land, Dr. Broughton WM selected from description. Frenzied cheers rent the passenger train over the Ocala, Fla.
all air as men almost craied with the l Rock Isand's _..... ,
.-:George D. Prentice. and the available ministers in new line from St.
great crowds flock to see his this country hatred of.the men being punished Louis! to. Kansas

daily exhibition of sensational diving by Rev. 0. Campbell Morgan to fill the cruel flames drinking up the saw lift City arrived here this morning.
: his i first
A Florida$ Editor has Joined the Turf. pulpit, and the selection is considered blood. Just aa the match was train out of here to go _
in ,
which applied
he has no peer. a great compliment i, over the new railroads ..',& a.
to the pyre one of those in front asked all the way will '
YesterdayV.. F. Stovall and --- Reid j i i l leave at 7:SO o'clock tonigEl.
didn't he want to tell the truth j' At
Robert Keller got together and, com We are sorry Champ Clark lost his Will Be Settled Amicably. before he died: ,I present the St. Louis-Kansas CIt

pleted the arrngements for the race temper in his very first speech and Paris, August 18.-Advices from "Yes, elr; I killed Mr. and. Mr. -I i I trains to eo from here over the 'PrJscc

between their fast trotters. Therace threatened to"cut the fellow's throat the Morocco point to the conclusion that Hodges," he replied. j I switch Clinton, Mo., and from there they
sultan' to the
unpleasantnesswilS" I i tracks
England "Who killed of the
the Missouri
( in Ee
some one the audience ,
wu '
I* tooccur September 31, at the called him in connection with the confiscation asked. I I"Rudy : Kansas and Texas. From Windsor
a liar) from ear to ear if he would of the | on the Missouri ,
Tampa track, and each owner has: property of a Sritish Bell'' came the re ponse u! Kansas and Texas
meet him in the park after the subject: will shortly be settled arnica the flames they use the new line's
speak- rails
: put up -200. The race will be best upwards and furthetqueetioiing | Louis. to St
bly. In asy case, the thoroughly The new road is
ing was over. wa Impossible in the known as the
two out of thee mile heats. In the cordial understanding between wild Si Louis. Kansas
France The spectacle ira* frigitfulScreamed City and Colorado
selection of judges, Mr. Keller selected Appeal "MaOe to umonu. aad Great Britain suffices to prevent It is 297 miles in length.

George R. Macfarlane and :\Ir.StO.all Chicago, August 18.-Every union the incident from awnming serious In Agony. .
working man and proportions. A* the flames touched Reid'a naked JOE JEFFERSON
woman in the country ILL. Jerry Burnett
: selected Dr. N. B. Rhodes. oil-eoaked akin h I
About 2000000. according to leader bis head ,
There two gentlemen are to choose of organised labor is to be asked Chinese Bandits on Move. around in an endeavor to choke himself ,. Famous Actor Has Been Indisposed

the third. Ed Frisbee will probably to contribute to the support of the Mukden, August 16.-The Chinese and avoid the fearful torture. Only Reported Bettw. Merchant

drive the Stovall horse, and the packing house strikers. President bandit leaders Kitsushan TuliSan and once did he complain. He said: Buzzard's Bay,. Mass., August 17.
Donnelly ot the butcher workmen Folingo. each with z thousand follow "Lord, have mercy!" Joseph Jefferson the -
driver of the Keller animal has not aid ers, are now In the Cato screamed in ill for actor has been
today that an appeal had been Simlnlting district agony and begged a day or two at Crow's Tailoring.
yet been selected.- This will be a, eDt to all the labor unions in the moving up the Liao river valley with that he be shot. His heavy hair which his summer home here. Nest,

closely contested event and will furnish United States asking them to help the object of attacking the railway was eil- oaked, was almost the first A doctor called from Boston Ocala, Florida.

proTlde funds. President Samuel Com each of tie binds which were reor. thing the flames fastened on, and that the trouble was a stated

an eicitidg afternoon of sport.- pars of the American Federation of finlred by the Japanese Is accompanied screaming with agony, while the hemp of indigestion which severe attack Finest Imported and 4

Tampa Tribune. Au?. 17.-N. B. Laaor Donnely said would be ttked by a hundred Japanese with rope became a collar of fire around relieved. remedies soon Domestic Cloths.

Note the date. to mike an appeal for fimdj.i mounted guns. his neck, a thrill of horror ran through This morning Mr. .
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Mr. Waters and Mr. Connor. The transfer of the prisoner to the road 1 Mrs.Donn, 1,900 24)00 'a! J:5Is: ":! ': i F7,vr-.;:.--.r ria. ...l la "ISJ
t t coMMISSIONERS.Fi" I [ 'm1mf
W.J.Chambera ** "
same was referred to the tax assessor. | overseed. be rescinded, and In lieu LOuo 15fo
R.D. Estate. .. "
Tnomp30n ::100G.
Mr. S. J. McCuIly appeared as to ;: thereof the sheriff shall be released of !
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\ e- :! :Scott Uoo: 1.75(> WEEATMEATTo
certificate No. 266, sale of June 6, 1904. all responsibility for the escape of W.W.Condon .. ..... TOO "- 15>*> JI
Ocala. Flo, Aug. 1st 1904. which Ii:;
had been erroneously assessed such prisoner or prisoners from the Alfred Ayer 'jU" 7IW grow ftlllng. Unless we get I
The board of commissioners for :Ma- and sold and bought In by Mr. Me-I", road overseer. Which resolution was J.L.Edwardj 300 '- a fluo !3t
alias Nellie SteTens ..... too 600 goat meat we may u well let
rt.n county, Fla, met In regular session Cully. It was ordered by the board adopted.It .
)(rs.1.H.Williams. 500 toO !fcOO I '
e this August 1. A. D. 1904. that the clerk figure out the proportionate was further ordered that in the A.R.Toph "w 1,0001 I ? : it alooe. There Is no strength I

prewnt H. \V. Long chairman, and amounts from the different future the sheriff be required. In receipting Mary W.Phillips 500 SOU I in meai-lusteadof firing

)c. .Spurhn........_.. .. 800 700 t?
CommUsteners J. L funds and draw t
r S. R. iir. McCuIly warrants for prisoners under commit- ia it take stretlg'htodigest
J.W.Caite1. ......... .. I\W" !800! I
t Pyt#. and X. A. FOrt for the refunding of said money for the ment for justices of the peace to issuea R.K.Wartmann 500 WX ; J it ;, It. It pays to u careful lo

t Minute of last meeting read and apApplications tax sale erroneously made. j I duplicate receipt embracing the fine Vernon Clyatt.. ... ...... :!UO" 500 1
Mrs.J.X.Dozirr... ...... .. TOO *. Law -V baying meat-W Cure to get
proud. Upon motion the matter of enlarging'the and costs as shown by said commit- -
f 1frl.FH.3Ioi"y f.W" 1IJW the tei tender and choice.
for permits to sell liquor court house was made a special ment and file the same with the clerk t 1 N -

*. wine and beer were presented hour for 2 p. m. and auditor of this board and that jus- Persons feeling aggrieve on account [; Pay a little morel if need be and

aa4 tM Mme being In proper form. Road petition asking for a road from 1 tices of the peace in filing accounts of raise in their assessment will be pat omelhin21n your stomach

were ortitrvd filed, and notices publish- Anthony as follows: Commencing at ne with the clerk for costs incurred In heard at the next meeting of the board, '
f i -, which will put titb on your
l t .4 a. required by law, viz.: The Car- corner of sees of nee sec 9, tp U, r 22! the event that the amount involved September 5.

,i mfhael 4 Son Co., Bluthenthal & in the town of Anthony, thence south does not tally with the amount em- Report of \V. M. Lucius road over- rn\\ JP-W bones. and strong blood in your
13ei.urt. II. J. Precht Jno P. Gallo- of east to west end of Priest and How- braced In said commitment, as shown seer, was accepted and filed. veins.EDWARDS .

wa,r. aiw t. S. \.. Duke C. H._Hollands- ner of seft, sec 11, Stranathan mine, by the said duplicate receipt of the It was ordered to reduce the school i BROS.I

worth B. F. Lyons & Co.. HIers & Ho- thence south of east to nw corner of sheriff ,the clerk Is directed and required levy from 5 to 4% mills. In doing this

ro Murk Strauss having filed his sec 18, thence south of east to se cor not to approve said account or the board did not feel that it was necessary 2 and 4 City Ocala, Fla.

tppik-atten on or before the meeting of of ne4, sec 16, thence east to Graham- accounts until made to tally with duplicate for the terms of the schools to L"- ; : : ::
fii IH I gSg .. ,.-..
the board in July and said application vile and Daisy new cut road was receipt aforesaid. In the event be shortetned as the school board Is

h41"tnc laW over until this meeting le- granted and road to be declared a public that error should arise In commit- in just as good condition to secure

pi notice hiring been published in the road when opened and placed in ments as aforesaid that cannot readilybe funds as the board of county commissioners -

Banner, and the board finding no cause traveling condition by the petitioners.Mr. harmonized by clerk and sheriff the but that it did so in order to

fl"UAChy the permit should not be Long made his report of the same shall be submitted to the boardof keep from Increasing the millage. The

granted. therefore It Gas ordered thata county farm as follows: county commissioners for final ad- tax payers of the county can readilysee

permit be granted Strauss & Co. to I visited the poor farm July 30 and justment. Which resolution was also that the school board is out of

sell liquor in Election District No. 1. found everything in fair condition. Six odapted. debt and has a small surplus in the

It wu ordered that the following hundred bundles of good fodder had Upon the suggestion of Col. L. P. treasury. The county board has made

warrant be cancelled: been saved from eight acres of land. Miller, it was ordered that the resolu- a levy of two mills to remodel the Biliousness

Fin; and Forfeiture Fund The fodder of the remaining eight tion heretofore granted him to use au- court house, and in doing this reduce Makes

acres of corn will be saved this week. ell lane, thence east to northwest cor- the millage on one of our funds In order Chronic Invalids.
Ccrtf Hit l *ue The ears of corn show very well since I tomatic gates across the public road to keep from Increasing the total 1
3Oertf .z"hm the hrer is torpid, and fai2 to do ft* won,
1WO toned April 113.: to P. U.Na the fodder was pulled. Three brood through his land be rescinded. millage.
the bile emery the blood u a vuola poI8DL n.
rnt .. Dal sows have 23 young pigs and a three- :Munroe: and Chambliss made a donation The board of county commissioners
y. re..naa.&ri&
tent lat I.*ned April fl, l\u3. to Zack having determined the amount to be wine conaUp&QOD, binoumes. met bea4le1lA.
Kta, 50 year-old heifer has a young calf andis to Marion county of $liS. on account a j sad The only treassent ChAt It.. tee busy last

Orlf Ult hued April a, 1 03. to Sarah giving five quarts of milk per day. of the construction of the Shady raised for all county purposes ordered ;I( U the t1P touch sad stare Nan zs'e won to the net'IWUIU

Butnua 50 Two and a half acres of sweet potatoes Grove and Camp Izzard hard road. that the following levy be made for the I u

Crtf IttI iMued April e. 1 03. to'\<1t"Ikj. have been set in vines and their appearance Henry Lutz was granted a permit to year A. D. 1304 on all the real and a
Hopkin. 50 LIVER FILLS
indicates a good yield. Mostof personal property In Marion county AVOH'S ,
Ortf IM l"uprU e,19)3. to Frank the poor farm. ,
.,.. them are neatly laid by. The planted subject to taxation for each fund respectively \ '
a .
9O It was ordered that the fine againstJ. \ J ANOTONIG PELLETS
It-'A iMneil April d, l'>8. to May cane is doing well and in good con- to-wit: \\
L. Willoughby, on account of defaultin
The pa touches tae lira tad tae peZ eta ion ma
Br wa 50' dition. The is For county school purposes-5 mills.
rattoon cane not good .
the work of the road beingsummoned
Ctrtf ItM Iwued April e, 191);). to Willie > upon For road purposes-3 mills.
and will
need another working. The
K4mad 50 : be remitted with the ex-
young pindars would have been laid of the Special tax to be used exclusivelyfor \ \i*cost 25 cents sad u.
.... Total. .. ......... ..$1525 ception costs of the prosecu- i eueedintfy tad. jot
by the past week Jmt for the excessive tion and $3 road tax. which amountwas the purpose of constructing paved. ore you fiaub ICIZLSampk
County Proper rains.A macadamized or other hard surface
deducted from the fine. free. For ea1e u
CerU M Issued Dee. 7, 1903. to Ross | negro woman, with a threeyearold Road petition asking for a road from roads-l}j mills. all deniers
Xerhtf on $
CutS mi iMaed Feb. 1.19to J. L. | child, walked up to the poor farm Grahamville to Sharps Ferry road County proper, 2 mills.

Kdwtrd e 00' last Thursday and reported for admis- through sections 2,11,14, in tp 15. r 23, Building fund 2 mills.

Cant flit ached Feb. 1,1904. toMdm i iy sion. She gave her name as Mary Evans was laid over until next meeting.In An occupational tax of 50 per cent.

& cKar 525 ;; of Reddick. She does not seem
the case of the state vs. Boykin of the amount required by the stateis
Cent 113 luaed ,.b. I.I'M to H. Mo |
Vherter . 50i 1 1Urtf bright but is no idiot. The superintendent -! the account being explained to the hereby imposed upon every business, For
Sale by Postoffice Drug Store.
litt luued March ?,1904. to Mclver concluded to let her remain board it was ordered that the same be profession or occupation carried on in ,

)MMK J 5w until I came, and put her to work. She : paid with the following recommendation Marion county, for which state licenses ,

Orlf vast< limed Jane 8, 191H to W. W. | obeys directions and thus far works that justices of the peace and. are required and the clerk or'
CMrtt. .. 500
\ faithfully. I directed the superintendent constables throughout the county the said board is ordered to report the

Total .$3315 to let her remain, provided she should refuse to issue warrants or execute same to the tax collector. C. I. GRACE.

County Road Fund. j jOrU proved faithful in obeying orders and them for minor offences, In cases !The trustees of the various sub-

6(M! loaned Oct. 8. ltf. to James/ i behaved herself. She claims to have a where the persons are a great distance school districts of Marion county, Successor to Ctatra! lumosr Co. i

Mllon .* 570Ortf. father. She is seemingly strong and from the county, necessarily involving numbering from one to twenty-six Inclusive -
si* Iwued May f, lutt. to I. C. j
IH1 sT ] healthy. I asked why she left home. large expenditures in executing them and the boundaries of whichare

Uftf Id lulled Oct. 6, 1903. to L. L. ;'I She replied: "Because I wanted to." except where parties are interestedand as hereinafter set forth with an Dealer In

Harvey !642S 'II I I then asked her when she wanted to desire to pay for the execution of itemized estimate showing the amountof i .%
Oertt Sswrlwaed Feb. 1.1i1oto )lclver jiMMiur j: Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried FlooringCeilingf
leave. She replied: "Any time. I the papers, then the action of the justice money necessary and required to be I ,

Grit I1W Ittued.JUlie 8, 111'.11. to L. J. 63U';I I presume it will not be long before she I or constable in executing the pa- raised for the supplement of the coun-I and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

eecktafer 100 ; leaves. I pers will be approved by the board. ty school funds appropriated Manufacturer of

Gent MM IttdJune8l a. to W. R. 20 I[ Herewith find appended a statementof Commissioners Pyles and Edwardswere fund for the next ensuing scholasticyear I', Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns_ Door and

IUM ._ the expenses of the poor farm for the appointed a standing committeeto and having certified to the rates Window Frames Mantels Church Seats Pulpits School

Total.... ... ... .$a6 w '|: month of July. One laborer will be of millage voted to be assessed and I i ,
I look into the sanitary condition of Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
,q Notary public bond of S. L. Fridy, :I I dispensed with as soon as the fodder collected upon the taxable property, I: ,
with to act.
the county jail power receiving Lumber and can fill orders for and
with E D. Rou and and J. C. DuPree is housed: with the said several special subj j anquantities
The assessor of Marion county, Florida -
wtk, was approved.Notary | Supt .. ...... .. .. ........ ....... $:600i met with the board of county school districts for that year, the 'as- ': sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly

public bond of J. E. Bailey, i I Hired'Labor. .. ... _u' .. ........ ......:: :3035 usual of sessor; hereby directed to assess, and : .

[ Cooking .... ... ..... ... ....... ..... 5 23 commissioners at their place taxable
and D. E. Mclver as the collector to collect, on the i i I
with .\. R. Toph 1 I Washing: and Ironing ......... ........... tOO meeting in Marion county, Florida on**. was approved. j lOOTomato cans from W.B.Hammond.... S 00 this the 2nd day of August A. D. 1904, property In the said respective sub-

Dead of Austin C. Moody to carry a i i H.Masters: .. ... ... ..... ... ............... ;310 school districts as follows: "
for the of reviewing and equal-
WtacbMter rifle, with S. J. Dlllard andA. ; Brown & Bro.- .....:.. 580i I purpose District No. 1, Ocala, 3 mills; 2!, McIntosh ::4111 'IflECI[ ([ A MOM(NT.
i Tydinis & Co. .. ...l........... ....... 260 izing the assessment for the year A. D. 2y
approved 3: 3, Belleview, 3; 4, Fantville
M. Blackman sureties, was ,' Rneinauer & Co.. .. .. ........... ... .. 3 11I1I
and tkene ordered Issued. The following I Ocala. Wagon \Vork3 .. ... ........ ... .. .. 73 1904.The board raised the valuation of the 3; 5, Dunnellon 3; 6, Reddick 3; 7, Have decide the kind
Pine Level 3 8 3 9 Weirs- you on o
pistols were approved. ; ; Mayville, ; ,
bend to
carry Total amonut of expenses. .. ..fMUO following named persons: f'
aa.11 licenses ordered issued: A. E. I Respectfully submitted, H.B.Masters..from $13.000 to t.O.OIlO dale 3; 10, Citra, 3; 11, Griner Farm -, ,\\s fertilizer you are going to use? It'inot

CUfton; C. J. McCraney and E. E. Ten- ;I H. W. Long, Com. in Charge. I I RheinauerSCo. 8\(10") 10oro 3; 12, Buck Pond, 3; 13, Sparr. 3; 14. I t a question of how much but

ny *ur it *. John H. Moore; J: M. Fort I road Melver & MacKay .... .ono" 12.5110 Candler 2; 15, Fellowship 3; 16, Electra what kind win Vu brt r *tilt
I Mr. McG. Carroway, overseer
and M. .\. Moore, sureties. :\.A. I reported collection on road taxes of I l Ocala F & SI Works..... "" 1.000". 19.000 10.lJOO( 3; 17, Blitchton, 3; 18, Martel 3; can be obtained. You can't make a
Ocala Water Works 13,1JiJO'
19, Ft. King, 3; 20, Capulet 2; 21, Llna- '
t Moore; J. H. Moore and J. Fort, sure- $31: and filed the treasurer's receiptfor I I East Fla. Ice Mfg. Co.. .. 1.000" 3.001.1 !; ; mistake when you use our high grade
dale 32, Cotton Plant 2 23, Orange r
tie*. J. M. Coin; J. G. Ferguson and E. the same. E.F.I.MU Co (personal) 3.000" 1,000 ; fertilizers.
Lake, 3 24, Oak Hill 2 25, Moss Bluff,
T. f **r. sureties. W. II. Koon; J. M. Hirers Spoke&Binding ; ;
It ordered that J. W. Morrisonbe
UMer and Ed. J. L Russell sureties. I appointed was inspector of marks and Hubbard Cu A-MacDufl. .. "* 5.000"lO'O" 10000 2.000 2; 26, Fairfield, 3. .d : Highest cash l rica paid lo-rdrrlMMt $

and W. The same being the rate of millage ,.
S H. Christian; C. R. Tydings brands in dictrict Xo. 7. Ocala Steam Laundry. .. 1.000" 1x1 -
... .. ... designated by the board of trustees for
J. Edwards, sureties. The application of R. L. Martin to Teapot Grocery. 3'il1O" 10JJOO FLORIDA FERTILIZER NFS. ::0 ?AMT
of Raphael Munroe & Chambliss .... 6.000" 10.000AuntaBros. 1 the said several special sub-school districts ,
The pension applications A. reduce the assessment of sets sec 10, Co... .... ... *. 5.000" 8.ono respectively and pay the same Gainesville, fit.,
CttmpiwU. Alex Holly Mrs. Sara sw 4 and sw4 of sel i sec 11, w% and Klien A- CampUll ..... 2.000" UOO I I
to the county treasurer. Ii
.. Reynold and A. McBride were exam- .. .... 1.000" 2..000 i
net; of net of sec 15, tp 16, r 24, was Racket Company
order and approved Ocala Furniture Co. .... I.5tMJ" 3l1110 3Ir. E. L. Carney tax collector reported II
...*.. found In proper granted and ordered reduced from $1.25to I -
M. Handelsman: 2.(11\0" 3.1100 collection of 36.75 on account
by the board.
60c. per acre. Standley &: Co.(pt'rsonal) u 2t.) 25 l1tandley&Co.R.E. of licenses and $S on account of polls
uEO.W. HYDE. Vile Pm
Bond to carry fire arms were ap- Capt. S. R. Pyles; as a committee on .).... 2,9p 3,5rt JAS.M.GRAHAM, Preid n.
extra and $t for polls regular.
proved sad laid over until next meet- Camp Izzard road filed his report. Hall A Martin (personal) 1W" 1.SOO' I

tnt.. a* foltows: W. J. Lohrig. William discussed, and. Hall & Martin (R.E ).... 1.JLU ,1..iO The following justices of the peace
-- ---- X. M. Huff. I which matter was upon Gary Block.... ... .._. ... JJO" 9.000 reported fines imposed in their courtsas The First National BankOF
Markham Chas. A. Sage, '
the motion the former action of the boardin C.C Rams ......... ... :!,'itiO" 3,000 follows: L W. Boring, $100; W. O.
The application of Mrs. Bailey for locating said road was rescinded, T.T Munroe Agt ... .... 2.000" 3,000
Waid, 5243; J. W. Coulter, $10; P. U.Millisan. .
redemption of certificates of No. 1139 the ground that the road as lo-" Opera House.......... ... ..000" 9.000() GAINESVILLE.
upon ... ... 1 $S5; J. 31. Barksdale, $,"3; R.
IJ)1IO" l.0
of August 1900. 16:: of August 1S99, impracticable.At R E.Yonn;: & Co.
was Thompson Block 53.. ... ':',000" 12,500 Bullock $210.
and 141 of July' 1901 and omitted 2' o'clock the time special order Montezuma Block.... ... 10.000" 13,000 The following justices of the peace The Only Chartered Bank in. Alachua County

years of 1901 1902 and 1903 for $40. made for the taking of the I Butt Building......... .. 2.500" 5,000
was granted and the comptroller was was number of cit- Mrs. Dunn........ .. .... 10.000" 13.000 reported no fines imposed in their Capital . . .: . . .. . .. . .. . . .IJOOOO 0 W

allow the same. court house question a W C.Jeffords.. .......... 2.500" 4,000Ocala courts: C. R. 'Veal Alex. Wynne, E. S. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . J**,**' 00
requested and
izens from the county were present ...... ** *- Smith, M. H. Ron W. W. Jackson. H.
of Mr 0. B. Howze Furniture Co 2,500 3.000 Does exclusively a banking busing, with facilities equal to any bank la. tfe.
The application the matter was carefully consideredand Miller Block............... j JX1O" 80X104OliO W. Douglass R. S. Shortridge. J. 0. state. Solictsthe aorounts of Farmers, Merchant, CorperatlM,

for the redemption of the outstandingtax discussed. The plans and specifications R.L.Anderson........... uRheinaner 3,000" Turnipseed. C. C. Priest Ete Interest allow rd by special turanietueut. All b-u..l lne..4transiCtHl

certificates and omitted years' taxes offered were also explained by of Co........ ... 5,000 8,8 W prom ptly.t. .
... '1r. T. E. Pasteur county treasurer .
H. E.
against 84 K of swH and swU of examined Ottensosser: Building. 3,500 :5.000 TM'WRCaabtet
of the architect and were by Butler Estate.. .. ....... .* IJ)1-'O"' 1500 reported receipts, disbursements and
*eU, sec 31, tp 14, r 23. for the sum the board as weU as by the citizens Burford lot 53.,.... ....... 1.600" 2500 balances as follows:

|:;. was granted by the board and the present. It was the consensus of opin- Benjamin lots 40.U... .., 1,500" 3.000 ---

comptroller requested to allow the ion by all of those present that the Z.C.Chamblias.W....... .* 1.200 2.0001 ROAD FUND.

O.T.Green...........,.. ** l,)JO" 1500 Balance. last rt"port..1 955
3 aame.Mewr. others needed improvements as suggested by J.W Pearson ........ .... 1.000" 1500 Treasurers receipts 1.22150
*. Birrs Sampson and the board should be made. Some expressed Dr.D.M.Smith. ...... ... ** 1.000'" 1.501. McMillan Bros

..........._.. ....... .....
appeared In the interest of a public themselves very strongly In W.S.Bullock. ..... ....... ** 1..100" 2500) Total. JL231.05

. road from Evinston to Mlcanopy, part favor of a new court house, others for WK.Zewadskl .. ......... 1.500" 2000 Disbursed....................... ........

.1 the county L.R.Chual. ............ .. 1.000 '" 2,000
of the said road being upon old. Balance.I,:=.05
the Improvement of the .
S.A.Standley ..... ... ..... 1.000" 1500
line dividing Marion and Alachua Tuesday Morning, August 2 O.B.Howse ............ 2.000" 2500 COUNTY PROPER. Southern Copper Works

counties, and asked that Marion county Mrs.G.W.Hocker........ l.m": 1.500 Balance last report.. .......... .....$ 4385

assist In the construction of the said Board met All members present Camp(Ben ton House).... u 1.500" 2500; Treasurers receipts........'. L3il Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
pat one-half except Mr. Wartmann. CampBuckaleWHeights) %.000'" 3,000
8 road asking that Marion Total........ .... .tt.405.SS
Mr. Nugent appeared with reference H.A.Ford........ ........ !jOQ" 2.0HO ; ?
I I of the seven-eighths of a mile. The ....... 1.000" 2JDOO Disbursed ..*..?. 1JMJO
George MacKay "' and General Metal Workers.
to accounts of the clerk reported by .. -
matter was submitted to Messrs. Edwards D.E.MdTer.............. 8UO 1500 BSIaIlm..I 20LM;:
Fort and Pyles. The committee justices of the peace. Mr. Burford, B.A.Weathers ............ ** 1,500"I.iit'O:
best to county attorney.and William Hocker, W.\V.Clyatt .............. .. goo" 1500
reported that they thought until attorney for Mr. Nugent were present S.M.How rd ...._..... ... 500" IMO Balance last report.....s.:.: .. ....... .t ...':$ Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

defer the action upon the matter who is and advised the board with reference The Carmichael& Son Co 1.'iOO"t.500 Treasurers receipts_.__.., L1M.4T through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

the return of Mr. Wartmann. The Carmichael&Son Co .549J2: wire will receive attention at either of the

commissioner for that district from thereto. It was ordered that a resolu- (personal)............. !WO.* 25001JDOO Disbursed............................-... 90.6 prompt
I World's Fair hence the action of tion heretofore had authorized the McGrath Place.:.......... _"" 15(10IflW following works .

the clerk to give the sheriff credit for fines 'Stn1Wperson&l)..... 1500 B Iance..... ., ..nsu.M '
3 the board is deferred until the meet- Ocala House Bar.........? .500" 1000 FAYETTt VILLE N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
and costs Imposed upon persons upon Board thereupon adjourned. ,
.. Ins In September.Mr. R.S.Hall ........ .... ...... 10S00" 2.500
Waters appeared ra to the assessment his receipt and receipt from the road T.C.Hall.... ............ 1.000" 2JOCO H. W. Long. Chairman.S. ,JACKSu MLLE FLA MOBILE ALA

of certain lands belonging to overseer of the hard roads for the ( Mr.Bloant ....;_.?-.-,',...-... 1.200"' 2JWO T. Sistrunk. Clerk. ,




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BEAUTIFUL STOCK FARMS. We must have grass to make stock A Good Motto. I. ".'1'7'';;; ;.,... '- "w". : "' II_!'" ., ,

t .: raising a success. 1 In a letter to the News-Carrier of .
t Friday morming Mr. Geore K. Rob this city, of which Rev. James Dean, \ f
II,. Giiukill Sees Many Things That -':
Please Him. inson arranged to go with us on our D.D., is editor, Bishop Tanner writes: A Man To Beat. 1

rounds, and he hitched to his hunting !'!! "We wish to doff our hat to the !
Florida Stockman.I i
wagon and drove us out to see Col.L. man or brother who first suggestedthe 4.jr\ .
Spent several days last week visitIng -
P. Miller; we found Col. Miller very motto:
my brother farmers that are trying *' i !
I : "Good Will to11 MIice Toward none
I buisy sowing cowpeas, he is planting :! ; .
to improve the stock farms of I 150 acres, and will cut them for hay. :| In its management, may this motto i iE E ;

Florida. I went to Ocala on Wednesday : He is very' tnorough in his meth- ,. be carried out both in letter and in a 4 -

afternoon and first went with Mr ods, first breaks his ground well with I( spirit; and this we feel assured; will /7'

,i be done. Allow no one, )[r. Editor,
Z. C. Chambliss out to the Palmetto : a Clark's disc plow and uses a Super-1 I i'E '
!Ibe he bishop, presiding elder, travel : ,1:. "
farm that afternoon. I will not at- ior wheel drill to plant his peas and i_ j -
I !1' ing elder, deacon, or of the people i
tempt describe what I saw in detail, I follows this across the way he is' I
i| allow no one to break in upon this
but will hay, this farm and its equip planting with a smoothing harrow or i ;

menu must be seen to be appreciated. something to make the ground smooth motto."

There are a number of extra good and level. Although very busy, Col. The above is well said.

sown and heifers among his shorthorns Miller quit his fields and got in our Good Spirits.

to show us his stock. We, of
and bulls.
some goods King Good spirits don't all come from

Amine, the head of his herd, is course, first went to see his pure Kentucky. Their main source is the

almost all that could be asked for bred cattle. While I don't like to admit liver, and the fine spirits ever madein t ?Ik iA

so much, Col. Miller has seven the Blue Grass state could not rem
in a bull and will be worth a great
short horn heifers that I believe to edy a bad liver or the hundredandone -
deal to the block interest! of Florida.
ill effects it produces. You can'thave ,
be the best in the state these he "'
I have but few if better '
wen any, good spirits and a bad liver at !r

bulb, either in form or breeding and bought at the sale at Palmetto Farm the same time. Your liver must bin

)Ir. Chamblisrf displays great nerve last April and he can thank Mr. fine condition if you would feel

and faith in Florida when he paid Chambliss for bringing such good in- buoyant, happy and hopeful, bright 7n
of eye, light of step, vigorous and
the price necessary to bring animalsof dividuals into the state, but they are "
successful in your pursuits You caput
this kind to Florida but he now Col. Miller's now, and it would takea
; your liver in fine condition by us 3
fro .
hu a foundation for a grand herd of long price to get him to give them ing Green's August Flower, the ( k'1

.Lori horn cattle; this, he is startingto up. The head of his herd is a bull greatest of all medicines for the liver rflgl!

bought of Mr. E. K. Thomas, Bur- and stomach and a certain cure for "
develop at a rapid rate, as he has a
bull calf five months old that weighed ton county, Ky., and that alone tells dyspepsia or indigestion. It has beena
favorate household remedy for over
510 sounds. I could believe he that he is a good individual. Col. The who
hardly thirty five years. August Flower will non buys HARDWARE ofARIONH1RDWARECOMPANY

would weigh so much, but to cure my Miller has a bunch of native cows, make your liver healthy and active

unbelief. he was led on the scales, and and a small herd of graded Herefordand and thus insure you a liberal supplyof :

Shorthorn heifers that come "good spirits." Trial size,25c; regular -
said "Now
Mr. Chambliss : weigh
bottles,75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly ,
from Texas. I was to see these
him your belt then you will quit Drug Store. m
doubting." I balanced the scales, and their calves looking a little thin. ..,

first tried my own weight to test the I Col. Miller has had but little rain this AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" -

calett+, then weighed the calf and he spring and his grass is short, but not- IT'S

weighed 510 pounds good and strong.Mr. withstanding the long drouth, he hasa STOVES AND RANGES

Chambliss also has some Here- crop of corn. Florida has but few f

ford cattle and Berkshire hogs, but I farmers better than Col. L. P. Miller. FOR CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

Mr. R. F. Rogers gave us a hearty
brleive he takes more pride in his I

northerns. He is takinggreat interest welcome, and when we told him we ELLWOOD FENCING

in the various grasses and grains, were on a tour of inspection,he asked YOU

to be used for stock 'food. This will what we woulk like to see first

bring about a great improvemeut in where he kept the convicts? We said A Full Line of Everything Usually Carried in a

I no we wanted to see his crops, cattle
the agricultural as well as the stock : ; DRIN1' (

interest of florida. We stayed the and hogs, and he soon had us among First Class Hardware Store .

them, and here we found some good
farm long could dark
an as we see
Hereford cattle. ,
drove us' away, and I had not seen all specimens of They .

that I wanted to see. Mr. Chambliss have a very fine bull, posssbly the

bad his horse and buggy ready earlyTuesday finest one in the state, and I thinka MARIONXHARDW X; COMPANY

morning, and we started on pair pf pure bred Hereford heifers ,
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a tour of inspection. We first visited that are very nice, and Col. Rogers / ."_ L. __''U-!ti. _. '.._,_. .. ';'( '. ''' the farm of Edwards Bros. There we ally appreciates what he has in his

found a fine Hereford bull, and I charge as he has them in fine condi- r.J THE GREAT ,

think, the best Hereford cow in the The farm is also stocked with fine and MAUKA1 :

tate, with calf at port. I I Berkshire hogs. The farming inter- HEALTH DRINK
The Edwards Bros., have a nice t rests by Col. Rogers is also carriedon -,. etJ.ti .-..

tart for a herd of Hereford cattle; in first class style. Col. Rogers "---. -..- I WILL SELL Vol'' "

they alto have home Red Polls and claimed to be somewhat behind in his "IN 1 THE( GOOD OLDSUMMER ..'.--t....."'"""'!'\W:_.;r!.-fj"' }

several, grades, and several large lots I I work as he has just been shipping a HOME
of native cows, but I believe they large crop of cantaloupes and water-
Intend pushing the Herefords to the melons.: ( IIML"n S YOI'A MTTLi: 1i11itl'

exclusion of all others. We did not I am sure that I have failed to tell : I'.1l'11l;

find any of the Edwards boys, and you of lots of things I that would be of -1-I

didn't know where to find all their interest to you, but it is not possiblefor Have a full stock of Coffins Caskets l FOE BENT

cattle They have grown up in the me to remember all. and Burial Outfits. Special given to :

beef bui ine>s and know a good thing Yours truly, ME'" T O is a delicious Burial services.

when they tee it. S. H. GATTSKILL. Embalming to' Order }
beverage made J. Starr
From there we drove to the farm of Sternberger
Taken With Cramps.
Mr.J W. \I. Gist, about six miles southof from ripe Saw Palmetto
Wm. Kirmse, a member of the I 1 I
Ocala. Mr. Gist wITIP] SCream
has 640 acres of WILL i\I'
bridge gang working near Littleportwas Berries. Absolutely free LUHOW..

gold land, mostly rolling hammock, taking suddenly ill Thursday 20 J Mairj Street.
and he has good prospects of m.\king night with cramps and a kind of from harmful drugs. Metto VermifugeTHE Phone) ,116.

In I cholera. His case was so severe that OC.ILt, I.OIUIH.
a >uece>s growing stock and
mat-I I he had to have the members of the stimulates the Liver, GUARANTEED : t
ing the farm feed them. He
r $I crew to wait upon him and Mr. > houses cid) Lots For Sale ond ( env
good foundation for a herd in four I flushes the Kidneys, acts :
I Gifford was called and consulted. He. \ ,. WORMREMEDY
shorthorns heifers and a bull, and !I told them that he had a medicine in directly on the Bladder.

seven high grade shorthorn heifers, the form of Chamberlain's Colic,

all brought down from Kentucky and I I Cholera amd Diarralioea Remedy Makes the organs perform ;r, ;;
[ that he would
thought help him out sTHE
doing well. lie got his heifers o
as -
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and several their functions in
accordingly cases were a CHILDREN'S
I did last November, and had Dr.
administered whith the result that
Pawttm inoculate them. .'.Ir. Gist the fellow was able to be around next natural I way, thereby THE GENUINE BCWAME OF PREPARED IMITATIONS.ONLY BY

hog also has and borne is trying extra to fine raise Berkshire his own day.of'Mr.The Gifford's incident medicines.-Elkader speaks quite highly, keeping the system in a Ballard-Snow ST. LOUIS.Liniment MO. Co. ]b0S{)Awfultl(>MaCWS

Iowa Argus. This fails. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.A. Are sure Indlca.tlons
remedyne\'er of
work stock he has four brood mares perfect and healthy con ion form of imaAiHERBINE
Keep it in your home, it may save blllonsneu or a bad liver. 1Wai\4 ,
that came from Kentucky, two of life. For next overtake roa. Don't risk it !Itll
sale Anti
by -Monpoly Drug dition. : : ; : : : 0 Qom'ttakealomelor4tzlnlno-bucharv abaTe aU.
there have mules colts at foot now, Store. m \
hating been in foal when he boughs Sold by All Druggists. K \\
Respectfully Referred to Banker Cham- I
them;one of them is an extra fine mule I
bliss. !
colt. Mr. Gist has a jack and all of hu aU their
Ocala is arranging to hold a countyfair sirtueenotre 01 their
there mares are now thought to be deadly effects. HERBIN!:
and in order to bring the people Away I \ reguWiy will foreawl
safe in foal again. $500. the digeuive .Pot
together for the purpose of talking 0.rgt.U: 111 perf< From )Ir. Gist's we drove to Mr. Write us or ask an tlon he4J off Wllo h_
about the matter, the citizens of Alabastine dealer for I K. H WKES Unr ms. kup In
worth's farm, about three miles full particulars and Free sampie card of| Optician, I I yoa t t h lsb.
Ocala gave on yesterday a free bar- Established 1870. TRY rr TO.n4Y.
from Ocala. We found Mr. Whit- sao
s Ilotda
becue and Kentucky Bur-Goo. It is R\n'ot\s\\\\e Commencing over thirty years ago in A.D Dra, ..,.
worth hard at work, but not too busyto Ihe smallest the firm has
way For
hoped that Editor Harris will Sale by Antf
give THE SANITARY Nv ALL COA mo. -Monopoly:
Iyt and Drug Store.
show us over his farm. Therewe rapidly erown, until now
his friends at a dista.nce some sort of Destroys disease germs and vermin. I HAWKES' SPECTACLES AND
found tome nice Never rubs *r scales. You con I
Jersycows, some EYEGLASSES have =
an idea as to what a Bur-Goo is like. -mix with cold water. Beautiful effects I : a national -- _, 1- __ __
shorthorns and Duroc Jersey hogs, on walls and in white and delicate tints. leputation, and are used in every
-Miami News. 1 NOT a disease'breeding:, I town and city througnout the south.
Mr. Whitworth has decided to dispose hot-water glue preparation. hallo These famous glasses used-
---- are by the
nunes bearing fanciful names aa-ll FLORIDA
of his Jersey cattle and increase :eM':atis:. mixed with hot water are stuck on with best class of people in all communities. ..
glue wbicfc rots, nourishing germs ot I They are sold only by merchantsof
his bhortorn herd. He has some good When painso r irritation exist on any tog deadly, spoiling diseases walls and clothing rubbing and and furni seal recognized reliability, of whom C OMMERCIAL

ppecimenU of the Duroc hogs, a part of the body, the application of ture. Buy AUbvtiae m 5 Ib. pkgs., there are now over 11,000 handling COLLEGE
Ballards Snow Liniment gives properly labelled ot paint, hardware these goods; and when it is remem-
prompt and drag dealers. Leaflet; of tints,
few fine. Mr.
particulary Whit-
that there is
: relief. E. W. Sullivan House El Re Hints on Decorating,"and our artists'ideas I only one agent in TAMPA ,
worth, like all of the Marion stcok free UAliSTIM C9,10$Hct St.!!L t, town, the wonderful demand for them FLORIDA
no, 0. T., writes June 6, 1092: "j It w.!pits.1JcL can be somewhat appreciated. .
farmer, to make the farm take pleasure in Bal- For sale
proposes. recmmending by $75
For sale by:Mdver&Mackay,H. B. Masters. a Cow In BOlIne" and
take care of the stock and he makes lard's Snow Liniment to all who are DR. TVM. AXJiERSOX. Unlimited. MAIL Courses SlonltaBd. Gal r ten

good crops. He had just turned his afflicted with rheumastim. It is the t."ti1Ize,.....spare time Never Peddled. Positions for all gradaatee- Cheap board Finest Free. Write Ttday. fW.
only remedy I have found that gives Study at H omee edaeaai Shorthand. Touch T) J'On"UI" FIw'Wa, ...
ewriting. ..
into Send
hog a field of sorghum. He has for .
immediate Leua mot,sad you for fer FaI .
relief. 25c, 50c, fl.OO. can sue. With the Tablet Home Study Lesons you need", our gradn&tel eceedi the dloffer ,.... 'rite
a good stand of red top grass in- one Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drag lcae home ot empJoyoKBt to lean Bookkcepwt A hLudyMgeOroGeomctiy.Gwmmar.ahewnc.Laerurrt.Hutotr, FOLEYSlIOnYAlQTAR students. Be sure and address ua aa lupply. Ifttt"'a NPe AI
field, this I was especially glad to see. Store. Piirsior Loa.ctc. Tachmaidedro pus e.amiDIGoes..JI'Io :
m, ds.xess. Grculusbe' _L. a.--.h&a&U.'. to. -fta CO+,4Ifb&Ad. heal-IuD.. O. Box Dom

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0. A. ft AT 10tTON.I NOTICE OF ELECTION In Cie Courts of Record and a._ "Section y. The Legislature shall cot NOTICE NOTICt

I ill criminal case orirtnatl&f la the Clr* pass pedal or local laws In any of the --
Whereu, The Legislature of 1903 un. following enumerated cases; that Is to say,
I Important luslneas Under Consider. ter the Constitution of 1S85 of the State of c J tt cult to Courts.Issue writs The COurt of mandamus snail have certiorari the pow., :.regulating the Jurisdiction and duties, of Or AppUcstioa 'or Tax Deed I'nier sxct w 8 of. Ia tie Cimt-t c*>rt ViM 3.4me1 tl

J.1; tlon by the Order. Florida: did pa. a seven Joint resolutions prohibition. quo warranto habeas corpus any class of officers or for the punishmentof Chapter iiiS. Law of Florida Fiends SUre ritW.Is .

'Beaton. August 18.-The Grand I propoelng amendments to the Constitution j Lad also all writs necessary or proper to crime or misdemeanor; except for the VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES TH VT A JT N.i Re Proc 4iag.5. C toMM TMNo kj-lIu.L "

of the State of Florida and the same were j the complete exercise of its Jurisdiction.Each enforcement of special local laws regulating \ Land Oliver Fort ,t.urcha.- of U. rrtiScste *. 'I1'f1 aad .it1t 0.I. _If' tl ,
Army and affiliated organisations went agreed to by a vote of three-fourths of all ] of the Justices shall have power ta the practice of courts ot Justice; No.1783.dated the 6th day of Ang A D. 1900.
the member elected to each house; that providing for changing venue of civil and has tiled said certificate in my office. and hat t
feto convection today to transact the )Issue writs of habeas to
corpus any part
made applicant for tax> ur ia tccord- ,
the vote on said joint resolutions were en- criminal divorces changing ToAuvzstInschssda .s ... I
granting ; -
,of the State ;
fculnets arising alone of the mostl&sortant upon petition by, or on behalf ance with law. said ccrl kate embr< the
tared upon their respective Journals with ,of any person held In actual custody, and th* names of persons: vacating roads: following described pt",prrty Mtuatrd in Concern;

features of the atonal en. yeas and nays thereon, and they did <3etennjne -(]may make such writs returnable before summoning and Impaneling grand and petit Marion county. Florida towrit:: VOU ABB HfcKKftY imi .

ttmpment week. ::1 and direct that the said Joint reso- I]himself or the Supreme Court or any Justice Juries and providing for their compensation Northeast quarter of S'uthea quarter and W AB*>p. k* few tl.iriMir. es'1. i ..

lutlons be submitted to the electors of the -t tI thereof or before any Circuit Judge, ; for assessment and collection of southeast quarter of ulheast quarter section trunk E*q bi.f..r i ipetition sled. tI ... 1\.
Tbe meetings of the various bodies State at the general election In November,,I and when not returned to the Supreme taxes for State and county and municipal 36. township 16. range 22. to eubi** Yes C"" ."-

CtTt promise of unusual Interest because I 1301 :Court, an appeal to that court shall always purposes; for opening and conducting- elections issuance The said of land,.uch beirg certincate.s,e>in e<)the at the name due of of F.the Q. Issued December "t. t. (* uupes4 isa's fd'

Now therefore I. H. Clay Crawford.; 11e.Section. for State and county and municipal the year i* 4 sit ikt eaM M ,tqiurterafMMlhcMqBanr n -u 'oK"
of the existing spirited! though Brown. trustee also L A Crigg and J aMartin. MI4 :, ..1southeast
Secretary of State of the State of Florida.!! U of article F of the Constitution officers and for designating th places of Jolesa .ai
friendly contest for the Important < 4o hereby give notice that a i 1 of the State of Florida is hereby amenlad voting; for the sale of real belongingto deeded ace rding t> la*. Ux deed will: Issue 34. cnatalllil quarter |Of iwacrwvt teetfcM '}IaI.t t"'I".I"l'.. i ..*),
ew. The accredited delegate to the GENERAL ELECTION :J so as to read as follows: minors, estates ot cents. and of thereon on the 191 n div of sect A. D. 1404. Tax Certificate No J1I'It !.* *! 0. *. itt,
"Sec. 1L The Circuit Courts shall have persons laboring under Witness mv omci.!signature and teal this the UK 'ft
dlitle 14$ r ovsspudtaa.Iw jp esv i ja *
Grand Army of the Republic conve-, will be held In each cnunty In Florida ont ifith day of Aug. A. D.. 1504. -
exclusive original jurdlsdiction In all cases regulating the te of officers Stt northeatt quarter of wrtWatt w. of t wi
the first Monday : S r. SIsTRCNK.
Tuesday next succeeding [s.tJ!
tlon. numbering between 1,300 and ,In equity. Also in all cases at law not or county or municipalities; giving effect 16. t wnBip tr mt 14. coatoMtof tit tttp Mland.
S Clerk Circuit Court Merion Co. Fla.
In D. the said Tuesday .
November A. 1904 19
1,400 assembled In Symphony hall. cognizable by Inferior cou7t_ and In all to Informal or Invalid deeds or wills; legitimizing The petttm Mate,tUM tIM NMftt wee
I being the i I &Mc* ed to the awe aimed As Ml MM .
leases involving the legality of any tax a.- children; providing for the adoptionof

'. Four conventions were called to order EiGHTH DAY OF NOVClBER.I. j I I:Jeessment or toll; of the action ot ejectment, children; relieving minors from legal N01ifc. lulled the eLate to the of said MW p that tttwar these NM urtllum ikgt .

toy in the Tremont Temple for the ratification or rejection of the. said and of alt actions involving the titles or disabilities; and for the establishment of lost or destroyed a' II tie aak..J-|

'aU dine. Most of Joint resolutions proposing amendments to boundaries of real estate. and of all criminal ferries." ttoner and prayer w made tfci Ih*
Important these i the Constitution of the State of Florida cases not cognizable by Inferior courts; Section 24, article 3. of the Constitution Application for Tax Deed Under Mctioa t of' etc may be re-mUMuhni m II J rjl-

wu the conTention of the National -u: ,and original Jurisdiction of action of forcible of the State of Florida Is hereby amended Chapter 4888 Laws ot Florida. the atatvic IB such ,

Woman's Relief I entry. and unlawful detainer, and of so u to follows: lad according to MMaMMl BUBUI ttI
Corps. The other \ such other matters as the Legislature re. a VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT H. M. Scales. attached to tht pettim fttod.
I may The Legislature shall
l meetings were the Ladles of the Grand AtrrLXlit.. provide. They shall have final appellate emI L\ Hampton purchaser of tax certIficates No*. Now ttmfort. '011. .Upat M Mfc atM 4B
I lish a uniform system of county government 420 and 946. dated the 2nd day of June. A. other whom it may CAoctra sic tanlf
Army of the Republic National Daughters I -- I Jurisdiction in all civil and criminal easel I I shall divide municipalities Into D., iqo2. has filed said certificate in my exact Bed that vou arc rcwrircd M **Mt kmM 11.1.1

r of Veterans and Ladles Aid Socl- That the following amendment to toe arising in the County Court or before the I i classes not more than four, on the bas and hal made application for tax deed to iuia lion. W. & of tile sal*

. Constitution of the State of Florida be..,County Judge, and of all misdemeanors lot> population: it shall establish accordance with law said certificate embrace his office ia Blllkk.J.q.! ., ,jp

I' tot, auxiliary to the Sons of Veterans. and the same is, hereby agreed to. and ;i xrd civil cases tried In the Courts of Rec- ; a- uniform system of gov- the following described property situated Weda *iay.the ytta day tl a..OI

Still another convention to be opened shall be submitted to the electors of the ", Slate at the general election In November,]! court. and of all cases arising be. ] I of Wect half of northeast quarter wction 16. date. to show cause w.y UK M 4ihoaJd

today was that of the National Order 1504 for ratification or rejection. I tore Justices of the Peace In counties in ifchich corporation each now existing muntc-1 township 15, range 19. and north half of northeast not be re-nUMMMd.
11 ality and for the Incorporation southeast .a04 osl sect .
01 section WttIeMmyhan4
of Section 6 cf article 8 of the Constltv-i there Is no County Court. or Court eh I quarter quarter S.
the Sons of Veterans at Boston UnlTtrsity. ]1:ereafter to be Incorporated municipalitynto I township 15. range 21. day of July. A. D..
Von of the State of Florida Is hereby!;3f: Record and supervision and appellate j 1 one of each classes and no law.reating The said land being assessed at the date of the 504.I.. T. "IlKOH

amended so as to read as follows: j;Jurisdiction of matters arising before County -1 to the creation, government or pow- issuance such certificte in the name of ua- a..

\ Section 6. The Legislature shall providefor .' Judges pertaining to their probate Jurisdiction t rs of any municipality or number of nulidpalitles kno"n and C.J.Phillips. Cnle a5d certificate ByN&eIA.Wnttt.n.D.C. ,
the election by the qualified electors ot or to the estate and Interest of shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed
NOTED WRITER DEAD. I teas than the whole of class
t each county of the following county officers !minors, and of such other matters as the I ihall be valid." a w-ll issue theroa on the acts day of Sept A. U. --

I Legislature- may provide. The Circuit _
: Section 8, article 8 of the Constitution 1904.M NOTICE
otte itness my official signature and seal this
l Celontl Prentles Ingraham Author of A Clerk of the Circuit Court a Sheriff!Courts and Judges shall have power to ,
1 State of Florida Is hereby repealed. the 17th day of Aug. A. D., -
writs of mandamus injunction ISo
a Thousand Novels. Constable, a County Assessor of Taxes. a, quo T. ssISTRCNK.Clerk .
r County.Tax Collector a County Treasurer.!'WRfranto eertiorari, proftlbition. habeas The votes cast la compliance with said m7.19 Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. NatkeotApiicatiourTaz 1Me4. ..
,Chicago. August 18.-Colonel Pren. corpus and all writs proper or necessaryto
I a Superintendent of Public Instruction and of Lawa.
the complete exercise of ]proposed amendments, and the canvass turn 8 Chapter 4,
ties Ingraham. of Chicago said to be a. County Suneyor. their Jurisdiction. ieclarution
4' -I| ." and returns thereof shall be
The term of office of all county officers :subjected to the and NOTICE. I* HFKKBY GIVKXTUAT CUAHI.
i the author of more than 1.000 novels. I Section 24 of article 5 of the Constitution same reg restrictions NOTICE purchaser CHV Us unaft ii
mentioned In this section shall be four' I Ere
of the State of Florida la hereby amendedso a fo gen 1o.S9. dated the 4tn dlr' N rrBW. A.fc
It dead at Deauvoir. Miss. aged CO
years except that the term of office of I II elections In of REGULAR SEPTEMBER EXAMINA-
as to read aa follows: e th Sta Flo 1 5- and certificate Na $37 dated
i years. Colonel Ingraham was born the County Assessor of Taxes County Tas i I "Sec. 24. tpon the application of a maijority I testimony hv hireut THE for teachers will be held io Ocala.commencinz A. D. isuj, has filed Mid r Ca,MPt'I.,
Collector and County Treasurer shall be my hand and affixed on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. All and baa made appUcatioa far tax deed(ain .
of the th
at Natchez Mln. the son of the Rev. I registered voters of le
the state of Florida white teachers will meet at the Ocala High
for until at
two years. the general election in In accordance with Uw Mid eertriU*..-
this Tala.haue
Joseph Ingraham. who was the author : November. 1906. at which election they also,county establish! in such State. the Legislature shall rpt this the first day .t School building and colored teachers in Howard brace the following described property aeseN4in
of Ut D
;.[ county a court record Academy building.The .
of "A Prince of the House of David.. shall be elected for terms of four )'ears.'' and there shall be one Judge for each 1904.L. questions on Theory and Practice will be Southwest Manon county quarter Florida ol block, towit.,Cttse MMM
each and thenceforth all county officers of the said courts who shall be L RWOR..e taken from Murray's Method of the Recitations -
The young man served In the con a practicing to Ocala, and commendnf too feet east t/t*ums >
named in this section shall be elected for attorney at law and who shall be appointed ,t-f St price go cents from H.& W. B. Drew Co. west corner lot 6 O. Smith t4dui.e. tart p

federate army u colonel and after the terms of four years. Their powers. duties, by tne Governor and confirmed by To Perry H. Nugent, Sheriff. Marion Connty. Jacksonville Fla. feet. north too feet west y ,test tovta MS fort-

war began writing stories which were and compensation shall be prescribed by'th, Senate and who shall hold his office I According to law one dollar will be charged to The said Und tang assessed at the ae.

; law. for four years. The annual salary of the each examinee. the issuance of such certificate ia then** ef

published in various weekly papers Judge of said courts shall be paid quarterly W D. CARS. parties unknown and Shack rhoaps. B 4es

\ aad in book form. Later he turned ARTICLE XXII.' by the county where such court Is established UNIVERSITY 1 7- .4t. Supertutendent.ADMINISTRATOR'S said certificate shall be redeemed acMsej I.
law. tax deed will Issue thereuo sa ", .
: wit a novel every few weeks. His That the following' amendment to the and shall be as follows: In counties 1I day of September. A. D. 1904,

Constitution of the State of Florida be or lees than fifteen thousand population I NOTICE. Witness my omcial signature ..4.tM
test known book is "Land of Legen. I
one thousand dollars; in counties of the loth day ol August I<*H4.T.
and the is to and.
same' hereby agreed ,
dary Love." He left a widow and from fifteen thousand to thirty thousand -OF- S14TRg.S .
? hall be submitted to me electors of the:[ Clerk Circuit Court Marion Oa. Us
population .sixteen hundred dollars; In ON THE: 13
K three children. His daughters are State at the general election In 1904. foi '
counties of from
thirty thousand to forty- I second day of January. A. D 1905. a.t I
: Hri. Austin Cole, of Los Angeles, CaL ratification or rejection. five thousand population two thousand the administrator with the will annexed of the

u4 Miss ROSA Ingrahrm of Chicago. Section 8 of article 12 of the Constitution dollars: and In counties of more than forty- estate of Mrs. Eliza Keep. deceased. I will i NOTICE

II hereby amended so aa to read as follows::: five thousand population twenty-four hundred present my petition and final report and asked

: His soa Langley Ingrahaa live at Section 8. Each county gfrfrll be required l dollars; and all Criminal Courts of FLORIDf. 10 be discharged as such admini.-trator to the

Atlanta. Ga. to assess and collect annually for the sup.. Record now established in this State shall. Hon. Robt. Bullock, county judge for Marion I 1nthecircuitcourtottheFtfthjg&is.p.j

tort of public tree schools therein, a taaOC : the of this county. Florida. W. E.ALLEN.
upon adoption amendment be- i Admr.with will annexed. of Florida,la and for Marion courtf,
not les than three (3)' mm nor mart I i come and be Courts of Record an h !n 614 In
-- -- -- -- -- Divorce.
23rd. Ckancery.-
June 1904.
MRS. MAYBRICK HAS CLEAR WAY th&a seven (7) mills oa the dollar, stall provided and all officers vt such CrtmlnaJ I

taxable property In the same. Courts of Record shall be officers of such Janie Morgan naiatil vt. Wsker U.|.a,

courts and discharge the duties and receive FIRST CL SS PROVISION I NOTICE Defendant
Will Not Be Hindered by. Government .ARTICLE XXIIL the emoluments of such unta the expiration
Immigration Officials. That the following amendment to the of their present term of office." I FOR I A. E. Delouest administrator with will ani IT herein named \TalUr Uorgsa b* aa4 *e to

I Washington, August 18.-It was stated Constitution of the State of Florida be and Section :3 of article 6 of the Constitution i nexed of Ed. Delouest gives notice that on theI hereby required to appear to the bB of camfiUtBt

' the same la hereby agreed to. and shall be of the State of Florida Is hereby amended I. A New Gymnasium I /2tA day of September 1901, in this cause on or before
at the bureau of immigration that so PS to read as follows: BODY.
rubmltted to the electors of the State at "Section 25. The Court of splealiily. Equippd he will present his accounts and vouchers to the ; 3n Record
its officials in charge at New York the general election In November, A. D., shall l Faculty Mot cousty judge for final settlement and ask fore

:. haY instructions not to detain Mrs. 1204 for r&tiacatlon or rejection. have exclusive Jurisdiction of all criminal I I MilNiJScholarly Specahbte. discharge. This 9th day of March. 1904 It is further ordered that a copy of thisbepublishedonceawetkfor 0 4
Section IS of article 5 of the Constitution cases not CApitAl. which shall arise li I A E DELOUESTI etat teaseeulfce
her to said and of all OurMUo: I 6m.dninistrator Etc.ADMINISTRATORS' weeks in the Ocala Banner
J'1orence.Ma'brlck. now on way | county cases at law, li L ,, em
hall be and U hereby amended tc
so as I 'ORAL
which the demand or value of the .' I- si'und oraltleRasi Done this the ijth day of July.. A 0. .
America, after spending years In anEnglish read as follows: of GXH T.SLSThVejerk :.
does not exceed
one thousand dollars, 1zelship I
i ( c1rcM e.
Section IS. The Legislature may organ I
| and. concurrent with the Circuit Court
tie In such counties as It may think propel P22SS.TT Lake City Fla.NOTICt. EDWIN P1ICE"
:: Address TH2 ,
The New York officials have been County Courts which shall have Jurisdiction .' shall have exclusive Jurisdiction of prJ. : $CompUinanf :hli t4r. 514E.
ceedtags relating to forcible and
given instructions to extend to her of all cases at law In which the demand entry tin --
J lawful detainer of lands and tenements." ---- OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL

very courtesy due an American citi- or value of the property Involve: Section of article B of the Constitutioi 1 l' on September 12th. 1<. present to Hon. NOTICE.
hall not exceed five hundred dollars; oj: Robert Bullock county judge in and for Marion
ten and to facilitate her landing as far proceedings relating to the forcible cntrj'; of the State of Florida is hereby amende*(1 county Florida. my accounts and vouchers for ". ,
so aa to read as follows: C -
of the estate
!3 as possible. or unlawful detention of lands and tene. "Section 26. for Tas Deed Cnder S c- final settlement as administrator
There shall be eix term.I \utice cf Application I of E. Henderson.. deceased.and will ask for
and of misdemeanors and final ap 4&SS Laws cf In the Circuit Court ef the Ft** |i >te<*l-.c
This was the decision reached here meats 'of the Court of Record la each year." t'ou &01 Chapter Fwrid. t a final discharge as such administrator. Dated
ptCate Jurisdiction In civil cases arising i:1 Section 27 of article 5 of the Constitu I this March xx. 1904- of Florida in au4 Ssr Msiwa aanaCatanccry. .
when the coming of Mrs. Maybricku the courts of the Justices of the Peace. lion of the State of Florida Is hereb;r: \ O TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN certificate THAT W. R' W. T. HENDERSON. Admr. .

first announced and there hasJrfHn The trial of such appeals may be de novi 1 t amended so as to read as follows: iBaker. pucna-er znd of.t tax June A D. 1002. has o I,6tt RnteofE. M.Henderson. Deceased.
n ated the -ay W C Cleveland. Comptaiaaat. Mrviae ..
no change of view since. at the option of the appellant The Count:? "Section ?T. There shall be for eacl] filed J 3.<3 certificates in mv oitcs and his made sc

Judge shall be the Judge of the Count;Court of Record a Prosecuting Attornej I *pul cation for tax ,etd to issue in accordance Barr eL at. Dcteadaats.

Court and shall be an attorney at law. to be named the County Solicitor wh,01 It( wun law snid certificates embrace the 10 low NOTICE. IT IsORDEREDTHsTTHE DEHJWaAjm

4 WILL TENDER BARBECUE. The;. shall be elected to the crallfi 1 1 I itrall be appointed by the Governor. L de"'rihed p'oreny situated in Mane i -- A herein named. Bernice B Barr awl Mkart

electors of said county at the time whe:asonflrmed I by th<' Senate and who aha]]11 I cm tv ForJ.tcwiu" Of Application for Tax Deed Cr der section R of W. Barr. be. and are hereb re vtr** .lpjMria
.75 .huns norh aadoulh by 20 cr.amsea.ilid" S. Laws of Florida. the bill of complaint ia this eaiu a W-
the said Judge Is elected a. Prosecuting Attorney *hold office for four years. His compensation .- Lort.vr t.f nortnetst Chapter
Visiting Plumbers Are To Be Well En. hold shall be fixed law." west il HEREBY GIVEN THAT P. T. fore
who shall by .
for said county. offlc of southtitst arert'ctiU S. township XTOTICE
q .
quarter U-Jjr.tht 5A. day It' S rfMsf r. fl *rt.
tertained at Birmingham. for four years. Ills duties and compensation Section 28 of article 6 of the Constitution .: it rauge u 3 of block 5' McIntosb. sections i\ Randall. purchaser of tax certificate
lo day if July. A. D. 1901 It is further ordered that a v tt eMs.
dated the ist ssv
of the State of tt. No
by law. Such Florida Is hereby u. range 923.
shall be prescribed tOWOSfUP
Birmingham Ala., August 18.-Wed.ctsday J 1".117. in office. and ha. be a week far fWr sus.sur*
bed at the date of the has filed said certificates my published once
.. id land as-<
courts be Abolished at the pleasure ol amended so as to read as follows: The ;
t.elol accordance
morning's session of the annual may U-. of in the name of made application for tax deed to issue in weeks in the Ocala Banner.Donethicz5thdayoftsly.
"Section 3. AU offenses triable In tha iauce
the Legislature. W and S.T Baker. Unie..sal with law. Said certificate embraces the AD,
convention of the Union Association Provided that all County Judges holding Courts of Record shall be prosecuted upon' J c&uicmc.T> .u.j.1 I irku to Law. following described property situated in Marion T.lliT Co

Plumbers and Allied said office at the ratification of this amendment Information under oath and may be filed "tax detd will L u.ccc..the 3oth day of county. Flonda.towit ClerkTrLIS .
of Journeymen shall continue in the exercise of the at any time. whether the court la in sea-) Aueust. A. D. 1004. I bouthhalt of southeast quarter, section 29 K. BKX.S. By Nell A. WIIhIK ft. C.Complaiaaat'

Trades of the United States and Canada duties thereof according to their respective lion or not by the County Solicitor butt! Witne my official signature and sl this township 14. range *3 ed at the date of 'NtttcHer 7 4B
routine the grand Jury of the Circuit Court for the 7th day of July A.D {I; The said land being ass s -
was devoted entirely to commissions and until their successors 8J'1I .19 issuance ef such certificate in the nameot
the In which said Court of Record, fsRAt-l) SISTRCXK .
further. th ;, county said certificates shall be
duly qualified, and provided unknown. Unless NOTICE.
work principally the report of the credentials Clerk Court Fl party
when any County Court shall hereafter L< Is held may Indict for offenses triable la 7 30 Crt redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue

committee. established in any county In this State. the.the Court of Record. Upon the finding of :,, thereon on ih'25th day of August. A.I). 1904-

Up to noon 103 delegates had been County Judge of said county shall hold his i men Indictment the Circuit Judge shall NOTICE. ;i Witness my omcial signature and seal this the I II In the Circuit Court of the HAa j.1 .
I ball the accused for trial ; day"'July A.D. t904.
sommlt und.
seated. The regular committeea fflce and perform the duties of Judg oi or 1n.\\ [ So TSISTRUNK. of Florida. Manes ClInt,. I. 1:11.Nnp.
duly I
Court of Record, and the County
the County Court until his term of offlc various matters said court shall Immediately file ot Florida
were then appointed and shall exJre. licitor of I 8 of Chapter 4S.Laws ;
ton Pell et al. def.ed..4&T1SOkDEREDTI1ATTIIEf
therein an information based upon suca GIVUX: ; THAT FRED <; ---
association HERESY
of moment to the were 'I I VOTICE 13
1 I'I IN K. purchaser of tai certificates Nos. \I II i NOTICE .51*
I Vozt
referred to them. The local members ARTICLE XXIV. !I which Information the I sst.. ,679, 8 _
Indictment, upon .Mac
and and Bernard L. Thn. rtai
the visitors a That the following amendment to thtConstitution < has filed said certificates ia my ofc Hirsch aa-f
tender "
union will I iqo'
: of the accused shall ba tried. l I tar Deed in business under the grin ntwe aM 4bi afCh
of the State of Florida be, ani Ii i Constitution. has made application for Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of be aM bpis
barbecue at Germanla park Thursday Section 29 ot article 5 of the accordance with law. Said certificates eubrace & Winch Jk Co. tMy .M crequired
the same Is hereby agreed to and shale I amended situated to to the Mil ml .. .
of the State ot Florida is hereby the sollowing described property taI Chapter 4Ss>. Laws of Florida. appear
afternoon. > submitted to the electors of the Stati' so as to read as follows: 'I I I I Marion county, Flonda,towit: said cause on or before Me 4y. the

at the general election In 1904 for ratifies'I( "Section 29.: There shall be no County t 1 East halt of northeast quarter of northeast NOTICE IS HEREB'.GIVES THAT A. MT N. 5tAddf.tit14a.i..A D.t9'4

Vardaman Goes to Blloxl. Ion or rejection: Court In any county where a Court of Record I quarter section o, township 15, range 23. north "I.and Oliver Fort.purchasers ol tax certificateNo. It is further ordered that a ena* x thi .

That section 10 of Article 9 of the Const,' Is established._ .1 east_--_--/quarter__ _f _of....northeast.ukr.. "..r.quarter....l and<,,.-.norhlast...... ._919 i 3 dated..?.* ._the_..;and ft/-at day*> .in of mv June._nffil'r.... AD.. and- nave 190*. benoblished once a west Mrwrtk f,..e..e
h.hnn.. ?fiu.... Auzust 18.-Gover. ution of the State of Florida is hereb: H ** Hasnieu L U tinuvavw -/ -- --- ,in theOoh Rsnw.Thisthean&d.yofAesL.
uea.v. ----- --- -- Section 30 or article o or the uonsiuuuonof C"M. t quarter of northeast made application for tax deed to issue in accord .

nor Vardaman and staff left 'here Monday amended so as to read as follows: the State of Florida is hereby amendedso quarter\u"lers.stttion 10. township! 16. range 2. ance with law said certificate embraces the i aT S1Tt'Na A II. tIssaLl

Sec. 10. The credit of the State shall follows ImM a-. .td at date of described property situated in Marion
for Blloxl to be with the Missis'Slppl as to read as : The ,sa t-eiag following dark Ct"lVt
not be pledged or loaned to any individual "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of .he i"Miaiue of such (ctif.atc" 'I the. name ot county. Honda to wit: 1 By Nan.H _un. IX i

. { national guard during the encampment company, corporation or association; nor Record shall be elected by the electors of .1 I J H WtIhm" and according tnles-i toI.w Southeast quarter of northeast quarter sec H L. Anderson C-np-. .Jtldto'
become Joint owner or ,vd shall be tion 6.township I: range 25.
the State a rceemct
The governor will return association or the county in which the court la established tax eed wit; i---ue tierecn the 29th dayofAuu.tA.D The said land being assessed at the date of the _ -
meeting of the stockholder In any company and shall hold office for four years, igo issuance ot such certificate in the name of F.!.
attend a
Wednesday to corporation. The Legislature shall not authorize and seal shall be re- NOTICEIn
: and his compensation shall be fixed by my signature thiS Brown trustee.Cn'ess said cettincate
prison board of control, which has in* any county city borough. townshipor law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the ot ofc\1 *)._ t94 ., deemed according to law. tax deed will issue
11.0 l.1
Incorporated district to become a stock- S ITRt'K. hreon on the gth day of September. A D 1QI 4-
of said court his duties 'h
it notaBly con- executive officer :
portant matters before holder In any company, association or corporation Circuit Court Marion Ceuity. Florida. Witness my oficial signature and seal tnw the CirtuH Csmrt tt la J1 .
.eatratloo of convicts on state farms or to obtain or appropriate money and Section fees shall 31 of be article fixed 5 by of law.the Constitution the 4'h day S of August A i)g. T.1904F SISTRt'\K. cuitof Ftondi.tu. aa4 far ..m.t,.

atul toUl abolishment of the leasing tor association.or to loan Institution Its credit or to Individual any corporation except of the State of Florida Is hereby amended NOTICE I! Clerk 5 Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla: (a Caaacery

authorize municipal -BO as to read as follows: M. B Lanier, Cempfcwoaat v*. jcaaw L..,
syrtem.Germany's that the Legislature may
S corporations to relieve from municipal i "Section 31. All rules of practice governIng IJeoIeM

taxation for such period of years as the Circuit Court shall be applicable to Of Application for Tax heed Coder section 8 NOTICE la OROERKD THAT THK &KMUjfr

Course Satisfies Japan. to the municipal authorities may seem the Courts of Record and all laws relative Chapter 4S.J.IW"of Florida.TOTICEls IT named Jt.. t.sEs'. a*lad $*e II

Lendon. August 18.-Japan has noti proper any manufacturing enterprise that. to Criminal Courts of Record shall applyto Deed Under Section hereby requited to appear to ta* WB aaaaft-
for Tax
. A eat locate within the said municipality Courts of Record. Changes of venue UERBY GIVES /HAT J. K. Notice of Application plains in this cause on or betare Maa4af UK

: ned Germany that she Is entirely but may no such exemption shall be for a may be had from a Court of Record to an- i.' Chn-uan purchaseof tax certificate A. D. >o has 103Uatea S or.ChapteiC4S, Laws of Fiord 51" I.'u/&JA'.. .. spa

lifted with the latters course toward longer period than fifteen years. .other Court of Record or to the Circuit made the 3rd day n tor of tax October deed ta i 18. accordance VOTICE I: HEREBY GIVEN THAT P. T. It U further ordered that $ht- attar

lie Russian vessel at Taing Tau and Court of another county for the same rppl\aI Uw said certificate embracesthe *> Randall purchaser ot tax certificate No. be published once a week fr afgat

causes and under the laws providing for described property !iuate in 356 dated the 2nd day of June A. D 19" na week in the the OcmU .ncr.
Germany has advised Japan that she ARTICLE XXV. changing the venue from the Circuit Court Mal l.luwiul. Flonda tu.w it: filed said cert cate in my office. and has made Witness my hand.t..ds4 el ia** iht"

Is quite willing to permit a Japanese That the following amendment to the I of one county to the Circuit Court of another .juraenciBg 8.75hlins uorh ot southeast application for tax deed to issue in accordance day of June,A U.. 1904.
Constitution of the State of Florida be t county. The Governor may In his co-nerol northeast corner ul northeast quart. with laW. Said certificate embrade the toilow- [SEAL) T. .n".s.
Tan harbor township 12. situated in Manom i I..SisTicsit. Ctetk Otonn OttjrvCompUiJU
to enter the Thug scctum S. described CAEUOS
tesel property
and U hereby agreed to and shall be submitted : discretion order the Circuit Judge having uf Sathet quarter chaius. west ing .wit SoMotM1. 14
north 6.25 2 Flonda. to ;
that her commander may convince to the eJectors of the State at the Circuit Court of any range 21 county.
go : Jurisdiction of .hams. south o 44 chains east 2 chains. i! North half of lot S section township rrange .
himself that the Russians are really ; the general election In November. 1904.. fox county to hold a special term of a Courtof The said bud hiD b.e the date 01 the 13. -- -

ratification or rejection: Record of such county, for the purposeof i of such the name of Et. The said laud being assessed at the date of

dUarreJ. such ship to leave the Section 6 ot article 16 shall De amended trying cases In which the Judge of the 'ouancc. \V Bro" tulcss cr bald certicate shaH .1 the issuance of such certificase the nameof NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMITTO

within 24 hours. 10 as to read as follows: of Record shall be juallfled. d according. to law. tax deed will issue I Lucas & Barnes.and L. B1ougrsleui'id- 1.- SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND BUR.
court me_h ," ....A._. ,( Alol". A D.. 1OC1 DC reaecmeu atvuiuiug to mw.
Sec 6. The Legislature hall provide foi or tacT ou uu un; ", ; -' certificate snail
law la a court
Parties to any cause and seal the sand day ot
signature thereon on
official deed will issue
1 the speedy, publication and distribution ot : to trial Witne5 my I tax
Record shall have the same right July. A.D. August A. D., 1904- HEUU JOHXf GAU.OLIY. AOKSTT
day \
1i Senator Hoar Dying. all laws it may enact All decisions t.t by Judges ad lltem. or by referees as mayrust 2th 19 T. SI K. Witness my otncial signature and seal thisthe S baa filed with be Burd vf CvwMy GMK-

i Sen. the Supreme Court and all laws and Judicial under this Constitution or the laws Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co., pia I j 2oth day of July A. D. 1904. missioners for Mattes cewtty. Mt
18. 7 31
I Worcester Mass., August decisions shall be free for publicationby la Circuit Courts or I 722F Sr.SISTRCNK.Clerk application for permit w lid ttBM**,

q Frisble Hoar Ts dying. His. any person. But no judgment of the,la references to cases Court of Record Circuit Court Marion County, Flonda. wines and beer IB Clectiaa &ttti eM
George the
If the Judge of d1q if .
i Court shall take effect until the may. NOTICE. of said countyaad state, say
physicians and also his son General .i Supreme shall be be disqualified transfer the cause to the I election district may show CSMC if BM tMM
In such
!" said this morning opinion of the court case Circuit Court of the county la which such 1I' NOTICE be. at the mectin,of the board to be Mtf .
Rockwood Hoar, filed with the Clerk of said court | Seotnatwr. M
Court: of Record may be. Not ce of Application for Tax Deed Vnder See- Tneday.the5ta day ol MM.
j. the venerable senator would not i I the Constitution Florida. \ why such permit IIIOald act N rut'
that Section 32 of article 5 of tion S of Chapter 4ss. Laws o '.T. i14eTH?!

i live perhaps more than three days. ARTICLE XXVL |!of the State of Florida Is hereby amended VOTICE IS HEREBY THAT TPO. J Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Clerk of the Board of County c.a.*...>".

I Senator Hoar's Illness began several Section 1 of article 5 oi the Constitution 10 as to read as follows: be iC Bailey ClnS ta j 8 Chapter 3SS, Laws of Florida. Marion couat). 71*. -<

and last of the State of Florida is hereby amended I "Section 82. Courts of Record shall x6zS. dated the 7th day ot August, A. D. iS9. GIVEN THAT W.C.
veiks ago with lumbago abolished by the Legislature only upon a certificate my office and has NOTICE IS
10 aa to read as follows: has filed sId of tax certificateNo.
might be suffered a relapse. Section L The judicial power of the petition of a majority of the registered made application for tax deed certificate to issue embracesthe in accordance i, dated.the and day of Jane,A, D. I9oa NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMIT

State shall be vested in a Supreme Court i TOtert or the county where such court is with described law. Said situated in has filed said certificate in mv omce. TO SELL LIQUORS WINES AND BIER.VHEREAS. .
Circuit Courts. Courts of Record County stablished." following 'r and has made application tor tax deed to issue

Burglar Shot and Killed. County Judges and Justices oi the anon county Fr. east of in accordance: with law. Said certificate em-
Commencing sthwest I descnbed property tutedin \ THK CAR MICHAEL A ftOK CO..
Peace. ARTICLE XXYIL section township x. w. thenc brace the following 11 with the Hoard of .
In attempting corner rule has filed Gawy
IS.- I 2. Flonda. to-wit:
I Chicago, August Section 6 of article of the Constitution That the following amendments to aeetlon north 8 chains u.S chains I chains Marion IS ot county.Mock 2. range 2. west of Spring missioners for Marion couaty. Pie. thAt affV

F to .lu4e policemen and detectives of the State of Florida la hereby amended JO. article S. and section z. article & west 15.50 chain assessed at the date of .I street Lot aad south of Main Street Orange Spnnw. cation for permit to sell Uouof 9i1I utA

today Chester Sevarson. one of 10 aa to read as follows: ,.ndthrep.lofseotlonsofartldisL ot The sd land being in the name ot The said land being assessed the date of the Beer in Election Dutrxt oae cpf Mid aoB lf ag4
J early "See. 6. The Supreme Court shall have the Coosttotloa of the State of FlorIda. be the of such certificate cartificate shall I I' issuance of such certificates in the name ofMrs state act citizen of sucn clectloa dutMel *sy
and instantlr Undeiwood Unless said if there M. at the .ssisg t*
shot t. M how any
was and hall be Unless said certificate shall cmMC
1 four burglars. appellate Jurisdiction in all oaaea at 1a wand and are hereby agreed to. according to law. tax deed wi. H.Livingston. thcboardtobchcl1Otbeslbiday.niplasher.

killed. None of the injured thiev In equity originating In Circuit Courts (ubnltted to the electors of the State at b i"ue reeeme th'rel on the aind day of Augvst A I I I be redeemed according the uth day to of AJ deed. 1904.will 1904 next way inch permit s&owM art at
issue thereon on
in I ovem-
the Circuit Courts incases to be bell
from election
of appeals .
Seversenin and the general
17 yearsold.. official signature and sets this theIt rranted.
more than before County Judges In matters wit Witness signature and sealthistne Witness my a.Ts141v'L
1.14 "J- arising ber. A. D. 1304. to : my OwC i 01 A.D.! .
Aug. 9:4.414S
the eldest and probably the les pertaining to their probate jurlsdla Section SO, article 8. of the Constitution 19th day ot July A. *+ its day S. T SISTRCNL Clerk of the Board of Cavaty C
1 the gang. The other fobt:r; tlon and in the management of the estates of the Stale of Florida. Is hereby amended 7211'Circuit Coort Marion S. T. SISTanK! t Clerk Circuit Court Marion County Florida. rotIDt,. f.tnd1 ,
.r of of conviction olreiony Clerk Ct\
of 1lf .jndjnasej .aa.BJ .to.raAd ai Zo1bw.:
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The Times-Union's ville.Party at Louis- 11111tlllllf" " "ttllfllflllf" " "It" "1111" !"Illflf" "11111Ht1f" "11itf" 11f111111H11H1P1111111P1rt111" " " "Tfnm" -

The Louisville Courier-Journal of

Ang 13th reproduces the pictures of -- ....
Florida's Fair Commissioners and .
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says: ....,
A bunch of pretty girls from the .
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land of flowers, the lady commissioners ...... ......
of the World's Fair from the state .
of Florida, passed through Louisvillelast (; .....
evening en route to St. Louis ..
They came in on the Southern rail- .....
way at 7:10, leaving at 10:15 spend-
ing the intervening time looking over ..-...
the city, after taking supper at the .-
Louisville Hotel. The party was in I saAP UW I
charge of George W. Wilson, editorof

Mrs.the Wilson.Jacksonville These Times-Union commissioners, and I[ I II

ware selected by a voting contest : .....
from the coupons running in the I II .....
Jacksonville Times-Union, this III __
method of selection being authorisedby
the \Vorld'sFair:authorities. The .
..... -..-
Times-Union is maintaining at the ..... ......
fair at its own expense an exhibit of

the and resources add to are it.of going Florida there,and to the inspectit commissioners I Generally when a lady wants a cake of nice Toilet

"Kentucky is simply beautiful,"

Slid blue grass one region of them they, speaking came through of the | Soap she thinks of no place but a drug store. Now

yesterday. Of course, they are ex-

the about pecting] fair.ten and days.They will:will have remain a big time there at I we desire to say that all first class Fancy) Grocery


{- Newspaper INTERVIEWED.women form an impor- ;| Stores Handle Toilet Soaps, and we are no exception---

tant factor in getting out the daily I .....

;i papers of of Florida Miss Sara, according Elizabeth to Harris information -, :I E: nor do we take a back seat for any store concerning

of the Ocala Banner, who was in
Louisville last:night. :She is society I ......
editor: of her:paper, and says that :
she does not know of a paper in her I
tate which is not partially written Quantity Quality Or Variety.
every day by a woman or women. i .
While the papers fare all small, she
says, the work of the woman is justas
important on the scale of the pub-

lication her sex,in and daily she expects journalism the to field grow of ;; We have an immense stock of choice Toilet Soaps.

with the newspapers.
"I women do not extend expect to'all see departmentsof the workof E The Quality is guaranteed and we have the Variety y

the paper," Miss Harris continued,
... .
"but I do expect to see her.. sphere in .

the society with columns more and come more to importance be regarded -- for you to make the selection from and the prices .

as the years pass."

Vicleat Attaci of Diarrahoea Cared lyCiialerhia's will .
Call:. Cholera and 2iarrhsea F they please you.
Sesedy aaJ Perhaps a life
Saved. --
"A short time ago I was taken witha -- ........ .....
violent attack of Diarraho and .-.-- ...
beleive I would have died if I had not -
gotton releif," says John J. Patton,a ....
leading citizen of Patton, Ala. "A
Cbolic friend,recommended Cholera and Chamberlain's Diarrahoea EWe.- have it from 3 cakes to the box for 25 cents up to 3 for 100.

I bought cent -ttIIJ
Remedy. twenty-five
. bottle and after taking three doses of : OurTube Rose 3 for 25 cents; our Witch. Hazel, 3 for 10 cents are
it 1 was entirely cured. I consider it ..-
the best remedy in the world for
bowels Anti-Monopoly complaints.Drug Store.For Sale m by : the best goods that can be bought for the money Then, besides, YOU41-4

Solon lived 500 years before Christ. Uncle Sam's Tar 5 and 10
When asked "Which is the most per- :: can get Soap cents a cake; Pumise, Ivory,

where fect government the least injury?" replied done: to"That the -:- Copco Woodhill's Stable and Dog Soap Our boxes of Glycerine Cas" ::

meanest individual is considered ant
insult to the whole state." Govern- E tile at 35 cents a box are beauties
ments have arisen and fallen since
then, and different forms of religion .- -
have left their impress upon the consciences :: v.
bf ditferent peoples, yet no ...
F __
statesman ot philosopher has arisento

made ment.give his Solon a better name by definition this stand one for answer of govern wisdom, has; i IN LAUNDRY SOAP WE GIVE YOU THE BEST TO BE HAD

throughout the ages. ,
e Vas; Waisths Away."I I 6, 7 p 12 B0RS FOR 25C. BY THE BOX OF 100 BS, IT COMES LESS.
had been troubled with kidney -4
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disease for the last five years"writes
f -
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Robert R. Watts, of Salem Mo. "I --
lost flesh and never felt well and doctored --- .-...-
with leadings physicians and .....
tried all remedies suggested without : Now don't forget when You
relief. Finally I tried Foley.s Kidney want Soap next time to call and give us :3
Cure and less than two bottles cnred

Durring me and I the am summer now sound kidney and irregular-well. : a trial See what we have and what we ask for our goods '.

it es are often caued by excessive .....
drinking or being overheated. Attendto -
,the kidney at once by using Foley's 1
Kidney Cure. For sale by Post Office
Drug Store. m F The P1ace'TEAPOT

We have views of Mr.Parker on the ..
..... ---
lawn on horseback, a foot, a swim, --
at break fait, dinner and supper, with -d
hU family, without his family, with
his coat off, with his coat on, with
hat on and off.but we have seen nothing GROCERY.
as to what ,he said before or after ,,
dinner.-Gonzales (Tx.) Inquirer. I ,

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