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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 26, 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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E The Boys Want to tell the Good
The Doings of a Sudden Storm-It is r I >N 1001 100 N N10 11 !
Daniel's Tonic Pills 1 News-They Win in a Walk. !
E Vividly Described-Visit to the I OFCH MBL ss:11:
Insane Ocala has every reason to be proudof MUNROE &
i1t Asylum, Notes, Etc. I
!; her ball boys this season. They : i
For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay. Staff Correspondence Ocala Banner
I have won laurels at home and abroad J Progressive Methods and .
1 BOARD TRAIN, Aug. 2"1,190COur .
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*. and may exclaim with Caesar: Considerate Attention, Continues .
: last two nights at the fair were I
: --- to Increase its Business .
"Veni Vidi Viei!
...-- 1E ., greatly marred by rain but the days .
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:: were very pleasant.On .
le : I story: i Boxes For te
Friday night about half past 7 Safety Deposit Rent. i 1
;;;; I : To the Editor Ocala Banner:
_:i.F o'clock one of the most terrific stormsI ..OONO.ONON1< .NNN1001.000111.1.1Ii.1.1.01...
ir: L. __ Palatka t
IP Aug. 24, 1904. ._
I have ever witnessed broke over the ---- --
E @.. ) Won game nine to three in favor of
-- fair. We were sitting on the floor of Will Work on the Hard Roads tJr tt..tonRI.

I r Ocala. A. FRANK. ....
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About six months Officer R. B.
I the Electricity building just oppositethe ago K.BIGCS.

J;: I I"h == beautiful Festival hall, the Cas- I Whittan arrested a negro namad : T. -
F To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. \lc.1
J;: | ATTOnXEY.AT.LAW.Office .
cades, Gardens and Grand Basin. The Knight for being disorderly. On I'I
Palatka 24 1904. .
Aug. ( la Gar' ....* MM.)
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to the calaboose !
'- way the
storm was awful in its magnificence. negro as- OCALA
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p E ---- Nine to three favor Ocala. "Oh, Plssltpa
: I I saulted the officer and during the I I -
People were together in what a cinch." PEYSER. It D. FCU.HR.
--_ fight Officer Whittan bit I I I --
like sheep and was throughthe
1 POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. 1 groups many were
I Ii 3- B. Barhaas Testifies After Four Tears. hand. The negro made his DENTkT..

:: terribly frightened. G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center, Over Muaroc tt OuMtftM Be*........ m.I. .
Prescriptions receive careful attention. I ItI11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I Almost without warning the storm escape before the officer could use -
... N. Y., writes: "About four years THOUftiOX
lllllllllfi S; broke, the 'rain descended in great ago I wrote you stating that I had his club or.pistol upon him with any J .:.....
sheets, the lightning was something been entirely cured of a severe kid- effect. Officers all over the state PHYSICIAN AW &VR4HHNKOffice
orer Tra-pot Gwctry,699,M.......a.
.'" terrifying and the thunder rolled in- ney trouble by taking less than two I were notified to watch out for him OCALA. ,LA.
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bottels of It
Foley's Kidney cure. and Friday he showed at Ocala -
cessantly. The play of the lightning up'
entirely stopped the brick dust sedi- EDWIN SPENCER.ATTOHNEYAT.LAW
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0 around the Cascade: etc., was a sight ment, and pain and symptoms of and was immediately taken into

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE that only an artist could portray anda kidney disease disappeared. I am custody by the authorities there. OCALA ray' flAK.l8.L,

poet fitly describe. Its vividnessand glad to say that I have never had a Sheriff Vick was notified of the cap-

I grandeur v.illlong remain in our return of any of those symptoms ture and went to Ocala Saturday and J I:. CHASE _

p : LANDS. memories.In during the four years that have elapsed brought him back to this city. lie Is DKXTWT
D and I am evidently cured to stay OCALA K.
the Festival hall, where there : cured, and heartly recommend Foley's now locked up in the county jail and

r was to have been a band concert, the Kidney Cure to any suffering from will have to answer to the charge of CARLOS L. raISTRVlr ,

bladder trouble. Sold assaulting and resisting an officer ATTOmCV-AT.UW
building was shaken, window kidney or py ,
If have phosphate lands wish to sell or i *
you any you Post Office drvg Store. m Boom i, Uttoaic BmMHj,Onto, Ire 11H
He will probably be given a chanceto
crashed to the floor and
a panic was
communicate with him.
I lease on royalty -- ---- ._- ..... --
imminent when Hon. George W. Wil- Frank Milburn, architect Colum- shovel dirt on the county road.-

I i son arose and requested the audienceto bia, S. C., makes a specialty of draw- Orlando Star. It Will

I : remain quiet and there would be ing plans and building court houses End of Bitter Fight.

Office next to Dr. Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala Fla.
1 no danger. Some one on the other and state houses and the beautiful "Two physicians had a long and' PayYoul! !

M I .", ., B side of the hall followed Mr. Wilson's work of his hands is'seen at Tallahasseand stubborn fight with an abcess on my
'<1" '
i example and soon quiet was restoredbut Lake City Florida and in every right lung" writes S. F. Hughes of

of there concert DuPont, "and gave me up. Every- You haw any n.ll-WMt
-- -- course was no .southern state. Before building anew IF
UU IL1SAESTS EASB1S. Local Editor When Ocala gets her electric rail- that night. house here body thought my time had come. Asa to soil,
court or enlarging
: last resort I tried Dr. King's Sew
f way the sources of enjoyment for her The water on the Pike, in a very old one it might be well for the Discovery for Consumption. The OR

: HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. ; young people will be greatly multi- few minutes, owing to the inabilityof chanty commissioners of this countyto benefit I received was striking and I You're thinking tog

r plied. _____ h_ the guards to find the drain pipe, jjut themselves in communicationwith was on my feet in a few days.! Now I IF to Florida fur ..If18,

f Mr L J. Lummus visiting in Mr. J, L. Billingsley is again at his attained the depth of about four feet this famous architect. I've entirely regained my health."

e .. It conquers all Coughs, Colds and OK
, Starke. post after a pleasant vacation at and a boat was rowed straight down -

the altera- Ocala, his former home.-Tallahassee Mr.R. A. Burford, who attended Throat and Lung troubles. Guaran- You cl 4rtl s ink 1 Ita carry
: Work will soon begin on the Pike without any difficulty. This teed by Tydings & Co. Only 50c, IF
I the marriage of his niece, Miss Agnes i kind of Ptorkk prier/y,
ttoft of the Ocala House. Capitol. I discomfort, however, was only for a I and 1.00. Trial bottles free. m
fe : Burford, at Troy, Alabama, and ,
Marshal Gordon short while for as soon as the drain
in Ocala
Henry was TO SKKOH
( is putting an Labor
" Mr. C. L. Bittinger afterwards extended his visit to the Day. .
Wednesday but he has lost his pipe could be reached the water was
_ \i-itltlkten to hid dwelling. mammoth cave in Kentucks and the Arrangements are being made to WHITE
drained off in a few minutes.
mustache and his friends hardly very celebrate labor in Ocala.
Carlisle Izlar World's Fair at St. Louis, has returned day
Ma). hlar and Master
: knew him. The rain cooled the turgid atmos-
and is satisfied to be back again.He The mayor will be requested to
li i e are in South Carolina. phere and made sleep possible, delightful J. H.LIVINGSION&SONS
ItIf Mrs. :M.: E. Robinson, and daughter, says the thermometer at St. issue a proclamation declaring it a ,
Mr. F. B. Beckhara has joined his ana refreshing, and after it
Rosebud, who have been visiting in Louis registered 92 in the shade. But legal holiday.A ocala FLORIDA,
If was all over, notwithstanding the
. family at Fredick. ., Hall, Va. Brooklyn, Atlantic City and Savan- that is not so hot. We remember parade a ball game, speeches, -- _.
-- vivid play of the lightning and the
e : nah returned home when visited the Centennial in music and a dance will form a part of
Judge Alf. Abshire, of Belleview, Wednesday.Mr. we
!. deafening peal of the thunder, I could
__ _
visiting In Ocala Wednesday. h Philadelphia in 1576 it registered 104() the features of the program for the DANGER COMING
: wt not help recalling Longfellow'slines
Buck Bradley, who has been --- ----- day and night.ChaeralafaatW..

D Mr. Hugh Haycraft and family are with the' Western Union for six : Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Russell and Illnl! that Point to rljtht'a Die
. ,
:: :
Ito Haek from Worthington Springs. or eight months past, is now with the "How beautiful is the rain Master Russell of Connor; Mr. and ease or other Fatal Forms
___ I After the dust and Heat This disease has lost its terrors -inceChamberlain's
. A. C. L. railway at the freight office. Mrs. Clarence Priest of Kendrick, Kidney Trouble,
In the broad and street!
narrow Colic, Cholera and
successful .
Mr. Leon FUhel after a ;
: la the narrow lane. and Mr. Will Counts, of Grahamviile,
Diarrahoea Remedy came into general There are thousaadi of *fM we ut
w".tlft with bilious fever i is able tot The Ft. King Lodge W. 0, W. helda How beautiful is the rain !" |
If left Tuesday overland for Salt use. The uniform success which Cfico&acloailj danger el te fate Mat
at his pot again. special meeting Tuesday night, at Friday morning instead of goingout attends the of this in all hu
: Springs, where they will spend a use remedy lately befallen ia mu.f er IMH

. ------ Ocala's which time three new members were to the fair a party of us went into couple of weeks camping, huntingand cases of bowels complaints in childrenhas prominent mea and weatee wfce feve*.4

M )Ir. lieorge Williams, received into the order. The Ft. town to see something of the city. made it favorate wherever its from kidney trouble. TW..
: fateldue'ton;oriali t, is back from a King lodge is rapidly increasing its After visiting some of the stores we enjoying the medicinal effectsof value has become known. For sale alarmingly on the larreMt,ad. tfcef aM

tnwit's visit at White Springs. the wonderful waters of these by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m on 10 Inildlomly that few r.*Ne tfeett
each month.
D membership went out to the city insane asylum,
II -- springs. .. condition till lib !It aetealiy to 4..f.r.

If Mr*. Chas. K. Sage and Mrs. Harry. Mrs. Herbert A. Ford and Miss passing several beautiful parks on the A BOY W TED.-\lust u be bright Off for St. PetersburgFrom In the early sages ef kttwy. alaeau

their visit I way. There are about nine hundred : there be hradaeae Uefetek
Tuesday's Dally.
: tlhw have returned from Emily Ford, who have been visitingat :; and industrious. A country lad pre- nay *e

tto to MHUh Florida. I Atlanta Beach and Seabreeze for patients in the asylum and it is quite ferred. Boys from twelve to fifteen The big excursion from Valdosta to natural appetite, tad taste la tfce amta,

If pitiful. However, these unfortunatesare old The dry or furred tocguf, taint,itj alas er
years may apply. right boy St. Petersburg and intermediate
the past three weeks, returned Wed- strong penplnUca i...t la tie art
of the Star, is in Lees- I **,
Hart Oorley, will be employed indefinitely. At
rr nesday afternoon. excellently cared for. The grounds points passed through Ocala yester or unnatural feeliogi la variant. pm" .f
his with three service
renewing acquaintance least expected.
e bwg --- -- surrounding the immense buildingsare years day. The regular was followed the bod/. Deal tip et all bleep sge1.
allowed.An .
Xo cigarettes or tobacco
: ukl friend ____ Troy Hall left here Wednesday for very*extensive and beautifnl and educational occupation. Apply closely by a special. Five cars were to show tbeaxMlrt Al i*.a as 1ft

: Mr... J. Williams, Miss Pelot and Stemper where he is operating a turpentine the patients roam through them at any time before Sept., 1901. Ocala taken on here, and before reaching notice any of them, eeauea it .*<.
the use of FOLKT'I KIMKT Ctett
, Me*. Jimmie Whitcsides went farm. Mr. Hall will attend will. Of course there are quite a Printing Co., Geo. L. Taylor, Mgr., their destination every seat is expected Tnoiui MAPJ.E, Btrtaek, III write*

the University of Florida at Lake number of more dangerous patients Ft. King Block, Ocala, Fla. 7 29 2t
: down to Lake Weir to be crowded. A good many 'I had a very bad cue ef kifeey tfwtbt

! who has been in City this, fall and will take two or who are kept securely guarded. Mr. Lon K. Edwards, manager of people are in St. Peteasburg to-day. and mj back p lat4 B* M I e.*M sal

: MUa Sara Harris three comrades with him. This visit was quite an interestingone straighten up. The doetar'i fpxiamtdid !

: St. LouU the past ten days, is now at --- for us. the Irvine Crate and Basket Company Place for Sale., mi no good. I uw Foiti'i Sit I"

: Abbeville,N. C., for a few days. Mr. E. P. Pittman, of Ocala, and Our last day at the fair was in Ocala Tuesday on At Reddick, Fla., quarter mile from Cats advertised sad Uk one Mtft
we spent
Misses Ada and Effie Stone, of Chat- business connected with his mill. 23 well which cored ice sad I Lava e.t feeaaflwted
" depot, acres improved; good
Mr. M. A. Rice the leading merchant visiting several of the larger buildingsthat and ala* I gladly faooaataj tfciiremed
i tanooga, dined at the Tampa Bay The mill is in full operation of fruit
variety ; peaches,plums,pears, "
had not and in .
Ocala's we already seen /
of Citra, was among orders for crates
: yesterday.-Tampa Tribune.Mr. the prospects for big
sts visitor Wednesday.Mr the evening we bade farewell to the persimons, pecans, mulberries, figs, It U a simple tiling to Bake yw kH

pleasant and baskets for the next vegetable apple and so on, about one hundred neyt right when they are not Uf*!er*
r I Fred Gaskill who has been wonderful Pike.
l1 *. J. U. Guess, who has been crop are in every way encouraging.Mrs. orange and grapefruit. Will sell crop ed; but It li cot to uy after detinmttatuietlo.

at the Ocklawaha Inn, left spending the summer at Blue Ridge NOTES. / and all if desired. Cause of sellingam FCUT'I KIBSIT Qett tri*

:tiM rtol14ing for her home at Williston. Springs, Virginia, and the past two Miss Rebecca Boswell, who has Mamie Howse Stovall, Miss not able to keep it up. cure every form of kWney and U.M.f

Wednesday weeks in New York City and nearby been spending the week at the fair, Minnie Stovall Master Wallace 8-5-lm. W. M. SHEROUSE. trouble If taken early *&4 It *BJ five rlief .

r f Mr. Frank Sampson Marion coun- resorts, is home again. left Saturday night for her home at Stovall, and Mrs. Frances A. Howse even la the mot bepcUta ra***. It
Mr. Allred Better. U an honest > arUa .4 .W .
the Monte- pn|> a tUU.
0 ly'e "orange king" was at Lakeland. leave to-day for Hot Springs. Before
taut I. dA1me4 f"JI .
A letter from States Attorney Neil
. lama Wednesday. Mrs Jno. L. Moore and child and Messrs. Chas. H. Lloyd, Ernest J. her return Mrs. Stovall will extend
1 1 Allred who is in North Carolina POBtOftJ Drug Stare
Miss A. M. McCarthy of Ocala, have
, of Ocala, was Crook Stephen Jewett and Will E. her tip to San Francisco and for some --- ----
If f Mr. S. S. Savage, states that his throat has been
St. returned. the St. George after a Finch will remain at the fair for sev- time may make her home in some oper-
: i ir recently registered at the visit of a week to Pablo Beaeh.J .- eral days'longer. western city. ated on and is now very much better. -

. I betel, Jacksonville._ acksol1ille1etropolis.. He will be able to'return home by
Misses Edith Lulu
Bird and
Pye T
r ,
Ir heardB The Carmichael Son Co. is
/ beginn-
1 The bugle call is nightly Sara E. Harris the three assistant the first of December.The EW.Y

Ocala and the city is assuming Mrs. S. Moyers, Mrs. M. S. Bad ing the erection of a building be- ;
ROW commissioners, started to-day for Death Penalty
IfIl and and Mrs. S. P. Eagleton forma tween the passenger. and freiget de-
a military aspect. ger their respective homes. A little thing sometimes results in IiI
1 pleasant party of three of Ocala's pots and very near the railroad tracksat .
death. Thus a mere scratch, insigni-
. j Dr. O. N. Dads of Crystal River, I I i most attractive and accomplised SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. the S. A. L. railway which will be ficant cuts or puny boils have paid Duane:.. Tiyaeveetnt yeet eM' " .l
who U getting up an exhibit for the used for an eating house. It will be the death It is wise to have f !lJvM't tail tew.ft .
, f daughters, well known leaders in Mr. L. B. Sanders] one of the enterprising penalty. Sore ? .u ........

s World's fair, was in Ocala Tuesday. social circles of that progressivetown citizens of Brooksville the extremely convenient for the passen- Bucklin'8 Arnica Salve ever handy.It's IIGI ftr4 *....!
It the best salve on earth and will tottf&'frwe.
: Mr. C. R. Tydings is back from are visiting the city, and are town where big men grow sponta- gers.FOLEYSIIONETAXDTAR.. prevent fatality when Burns, Sores, D.u.Ptslltrsco.Garrott .

i4" ** White Spring and says in his case delightfullylsituated at the Duval.- neously, was a visitor to Ocala Tuel-, Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25c, ,uladt;

Jacksonville Metropolis. day. ,. .. 4w & Co. Store.
1 t the waters were extremely efficacious. larc3ttdm r rare. at Tydings m

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8 BEBBEBB8 SaaaaaErt< G]

What The Farmers Doing.


., The normal students extend a cor I Special Correspondence 1 Ocfla Banner. o "Tbe : : o

Hot, hotter, hottest is the state of correspondence Ocala Banner e OIIS mm

dial Banner invitation to be with to them the editor at their of clos-the the thermometer in Gaitenille this corn.Some of our farmers are gathering :::: ,

week. Everybody is hot under the l
ing exercisns Friday night, Sept.2nd. Quite a number of artel people '
collar or at least all those who at-
Orange Springs was well represented I took advantage of the excursion and

at Fort McCoy picnic last Satur- tempt to do any work. { \isited St. Petersburg this week. ,

day, by Miss Allie Collins, Miss Leila Sickness seems to be the result of j D. M. Barco and family were the i t. oo
the warm days the past week. There rceats yo
O'Rear, Miss Berta Morrison, Mr. guests of H.W. Long and family Sun- ,
seems to be considerable fever astir
Ross Chambers,Miss Frances Mobley, j day. .-
in little to the
our burg. Up present
Miss Nora Knoblock and Messrs. Lee i I Thomas Simpson, having completed

and Will Wimberly.Mr. there is no serious cases. j his engagement at Albion has returned Pa '
Mr. W. F. McCarn has
again returned I
Hogan and family returned to I : to Cotton Plant.
home. lIe has been I zwm
their home at Williston last Friday enjoyingthe : Mrs. W. E. Veal and daughter are IS'Pa
breezes at Ft. Myers, St. Peters- .I I
after spending several weeks very spending several weeks with friends
burg and other He '
places. enjoyed
pleasantly here. himself immensely till by accident he I in St. Petersburg. Summer prices still prevail and f
Mr. Frank Baker, of Island Groveand A system of taking stock and sell-
got a few bruises caused by the mismanagement -
Prof. Geiger, of Clay county, ing rites in a washing machine, whichis

spent several days at the Springs last of a log truck. Then not generally understood, has m have left bar
he thought of old Gaiterulle; and we a great many
week While here they made the been having quite a run throughout
came back at once. At present he is
normal several visits. all 0. K.Miss the country, and has of late been receiving W which think will interest / t 4
Mr. J. L. Billingsley, of Tallaha&see I adverse criticism by some. gains we
Daisy Ross is visiting friendsin
spent last week very pleas- I Mrs. G. F. Austin, of Dunnellon, is
River this week. Miss
antly here. lie is taking his vaca- Crystal I visiting friends in Cotton Plant, and

tion and could not have selected a Daisy attended school at Crystal will be joined by her husband, Rev. B you. O,
River last term and during her stay /
better place to spend leisure hours. t
G. F. Austin, Aug. 23, who will spend

Mr.Earl McRae, who works for the made many friends. the week in pastoral visitations. He

Western Union Co. at Palatka, spent Mrs. Jno. Parker, of Cotton Plant, will preach at St. Johns church next 4 White Goods
was visiting friends in Gaitenille last B
several days with his mother and : Sunday at 11 a. m. and at Martel at
week. While here she
was guest
sisters here this week. He returnedto I 3:30 p. m. The public is cordially invited {
of G. L. Stokes.
Palatka Tuesday morning. to attend.

Mrs. Ceo. Chambers came up from I Mr. K. D. Stokes is home again Mr. D. N. Barco and wife have returned Q Have all been reduced and there are in I
: after a five week's stay in Holder. r
Ocala Sunday afternoon and is with I from a social and business trip
his brother Ross, at Mrs. Eneks. Though Holder is a fine little villageI "
to Tampa.
believe Gaiterville suits him better.At this lot and exclusive
some pretty Q :
lie expects to spend two weeks. Friendship Lodge F. & A. M. held II I very ;.
just now. I I
Tuesday morning the normal hadfive its monthly meeting at Cotton Plant I

visitors. We are always glad to school The repair house work is completed on the Pine and school Level the evening of August 19th, after : O patterns. We have alsoHarked

have visitors, as it shows that they which a bountiful repast was enjoyed
will commence Aug. 20.
are interested in us. which had been prepared by some
Mr. H. A. Ross, of this place, has I Down
Mr. Guy Lang, of Dexter, made a thoughtful brethren. This lodge is j r
purchased the market of Mr. J. M.
visit to the springs Sunday afternoon. enjoying a season of prosperity un- !

has Hiss been Olive attending Knight the, of normal Edgar,, wentto who same Welch Holder and opened the The paralleled brethren in its of history neighboring of forty lodges years. j I 4 Many pretty patterns in lawn, dimities

Home to the Mrs. E. W. Jordan, and son, Henry, n
Floral Saturday regret are cordially invited to meet with it

of her many friends. They are visiting will return relatives the latter at Istachatta.part of I on Friday evening at 7 p.'m.t before and all our print goods. Many of these C4

Miss Mary Hague, of Hague, went the full moon in each month, and I
the week.
home Saturday. We regret very assist in inculcating the cardinal
The dredge has commenced, be late in the fall and 6
again '
much to lose Miss Hague.Mr. virtues of brotherly love, relief and patterns can worn *
since the water has risen from the I
J. C. Marsh has severed his truth.

connection with L. L. Co., effects of the heavy rains the past 4
Meggs There are a number of vacant cottages know do better than to /
and is now at Daisy. week, the work seems much easier on small, fertile, and desirable we you can no N tji

Mr. and Mrs. Judson Edwards, of and faster. The boat is now making I farms in Cotton Plant, which are con- I f
good headway for Dunnellon, its BUY HERE.
Ocala spent- some time here last week. venient to a good church, school and II rn1

Miss Cora Perry, of Levon, went t destination. > daily mail that can be bought on very m

home Friday. She has been sick for It is rumored that there will be reasonable terms. .
,g {
another post office removal in Gaiter- J
the last week. We wishjher a speedyrecovery.
The Ocala and Dunnellon road hat
ville.but we hope this is only a rumoras i O QJ
been opened to St. Johns church and :
the office is now in good hands I Iis '
The following is a program the admired by all who see it for its J
and in
a convenient location.
normal students are"getting up for beautiful and J
The scenery adaptabilityfor Summer
young people of Gaiterville Ipj Clothing.
the closing night of school, Friday,I have again commenced prayer meet- I the object for which it was locat- I p1

September I, 1904: ed. In the issues:: of the near future
ing at Cedar Grove church. It is
1. Song by society. it will become one of the ,
progressing nicely and we wish for it t
2. Debate-Resolved, That educa feeders of the and
every success and hope that much prosperous grow- rv
tion is to be more desired than good may he accomplished.Mr. ing town of Dunnellon.The J

wealth. Affirmative, Mr.: Joe Xash, G. 0. Turner visited Dunnellon many friends:: of D. A. Clark, S, We have a few two-piece suits in neat p pj
Miss Lula Hall. Negative, Miss Lula Martel, rejoice hearthat his trip I ,
one day this week. Uncle Joe. *
O'Rear, )Ir. Joe Payne. to Hot Springs has restored him to

3. Music. BELLEYIEW NEWS BUDGET.,, health again. PROGRESS. effects which we want to close out. We Q

I. Reading, Miss:: Berta Morrison.

Rae.V Recitation, Miss: Blanche Mc Special Con espondence Ocala Banner. MOSS BLUFF I'?I d. are greatly in need of the room for our fall fd

The trite paragraph' in the Daily Special Correspondence: Ocala Banner. It
6. Class Prophecy, Miss SheltonSouter.
Banner of Tuesday regarding the ball We have been having extremely ?% stock and this is the reason we have ;
game at Oxford Saturday between warm weather the past week, the 1 J i put

7. Music.I that team and the one from Eelleview thermometer going as high as a hunt

8. Address, Mr. Bittinger. explains fully the "methods" of the dred for several days, which is very our prices down so low The suits are the ;
9. Recitation, Mr. Joe Mixson. Oxford good for the cotton, causing it to' t; &OQ
Needless to say the open so that picking will soon (01-1
10. Hearting, Miss Lulu Hall.
umpire was an Oxford man. The JlI '

II. Miwic. game Saturday was only a repetitionof low.Capt.. J. B. :Martin and J. T. Lewis echeinier-Fisiiei Ra and. D

12. Dialogue, Mr. Aleman, Mr.Monbon the one played here two weeks before are preparing for a fall garden and I

Mr. Milligau, Ir. Hayman; which was one succession of later will put in water works. It
Vise Joeie Hall, Miss Julia Jenkins, Miss Leona White, who has been J
"kicks" from the visitors. The Oxford t 5 Straw Hats
% visiting relatives in Xorth and South at Reduced Prices.
MiM Kannie Baker, Miss Pearl Quinn. I
team has certainly made a mistake Czrolina, returned home a few days

13. Motdc. in the choice of the game they ago much to the delight of her many J 4
14. Recitation, Miss Ella Osteen. friends.
play; it should be football and not .
t 1.;. Solo, Miss Frances Mobley. baseball-then they could kick in )Ir. Norman Fort and wife have 'I ..:y Belts, Fancy Hosiery
16. a.prompt.ul1ehat-e. Affirmative, been visiting at this place this week. ,

Mr. Menntoe Quinn, Miss Nora Knob- more ways on their than opponents one, as is using a favorite"theirspikes I. Stewart Mr. W., Fla.R., Freer are visiting and family.relativesnear of [ Odd Pants at Odd Prices

look. Negative, liiil Pearl Quinn, pastime with them. here. ,
Mr. Albert )Evan Saturday night some miscreant W. J. Morrison,who has been quite |

17. Duet, MIw Turoey, Mrs. Mathew badly cut a horse belonging to EdgarPelot sick for some time with fever, iso 'I''I't
while confined in his lot. :\ improving: I t 1 ijEverything i For the Gentleman.

clue to the perpetrator has been discovered I We enjoy,\ much the letters' r
IS. Address, Mr Brinson. .
: aside from a few from your f-t. T.iaw correspondent. I .
10. Quartett, Mi* Berta Morrison, the sand. Later .
we hopesee the big fair at ,
MUM PranoeK: Mobley, Mr. Albert Mr. R. C. JUdge was tendered a sat Louis: ourselves. It'St. 33

Evan, Mr. Joe Mixon. prise party :Monday evening by abouttwel1t Morning Star Xo. 94, F. & A. )f. I A T1
--t'e of his friends in honor ofhis f. .
'' "ADELPHEAX." met in regular communication last ,
birthday.A Saturday, a great many Masons were i
party consisting of Mr. and Mrs ,
'r.s Walati.gAwa present and a big dinner was servedat I .
; O. M. Gale and children of Ocala, the hall. I i
.- "I had been troubled with kidney )tr. an ')Irs. Amos Xott and son andMr. It f
seems is
disease for the last five years"writes and Mrs. Frank Ramsdell and Masonry on a boom j
here, as well as in other of '
Hubert R. Watts, of Salem, Mo. parts the !
"I two daughters went to Smith Lake
country, "and the world is
lost flesh and felt well and doctored growing j i
Tuesday' on a camping expedition. better." I! S&G I
with leading phYSiei'an and )Ir. and firBruce
: and two little Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Moore are !
rr. tried all remedies suggested without girls left very !
Sunday- their home
after happj:; over the arrival of a fine baby 11t .1.
> relief. Finally tried Fole -,s Kidney a visit to M rs. Mary Fogg. boy at their home a few days e 11J1LIJ
aCure and less than two bottles cnred Mrs. ago. i
Eeiily McClendon and ill
chin. Mr. D. A. Fort, of Ocala,
me and I am now sound and well." dren, spent Sunday in Oxford. was \5-1'
iting relatives here Sunday. I
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the ,
Dorring summer kidney irregular-
Miss:: Kate Mitchell returned to her Mr.} George Blount, of Palatka, I
it** aiv often caued by excesshedrinking
home in Summerfield was visiting his best girl here ) OCALA
or being overheated. Attend Friday after :. days ago. a few I t J FLORIDA. P3B
to tlw kidney atoncoby using Foley's noon after several days visit with
)Ir. and Mrs. The public school at this place will a
Kidr.i y Cnr For saleby Post Office Mttchell.

Drug Store. ,m e JoH. open Patrons the will first pleare Monday take in notice.September. ( t I. aaSaaaE1Ei m B B5EBEB e1 '..f

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,#- : USA, iiA2ST2' SABS!:, %,gr.l Editor Mrs.Marvin Hulm, of Hawthorne, The Cood Time Club Entertained by Want Two More Victories

r and Miss Kibbie DeVane,of Savannah, Missses Izlar From Tuesday's Daily. Monarch White 1.50 Shirts.

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. Ga., are the guests of )Ir. and Mrs. Friday night at their charming The Ocala baseball aggregationleave I

P. V. Levengood at her home in the home on Carolina Heights, Misses' tonight for Palatka, where they t

first ward. Eloise and Eulalee Izlar entertainedthe will on Wednesday play the St. Augustine
and Mrs. T. E. Bryan have a For $1.00
Club. team.
Good Time Summer
<(<. fine son.Miss .
t' Mi s Pollie Williams left this morning The Misses Izlars are most delightful On Thursday they will play the ii

Annie Edwardsisvisiting Miss for Charleston to spend a few 1
hostesses and on this occasionwere Palatka team, which is considered a This shirt is made of the highest grade material obtainable andis 1 :

; Leafy Sylvester.Mr. weeks before going to New York to unusually so. The were assisted I good strong one, and the game is being made in the very latest styles. The best value on the market il
for the
---- -- price.
resume her studies at the Art Students Izlar looked forward to with much interest -
George Chambers left for Mawm by their brother, Mr. Harry ,

t Sunday League.Mr. in receiving their guests and by their in the Gem City. [ is most complete In Styles
Our Regular Line of Shirts
W. W. Clyatt returned Monday hospitable manner, every one was The Ocala boys have been very suc- and sizes. We are l1atIjt\f'll!
Mr*. Chas. Dudley Adams died that we can suit you as to quality, style fit, and price. Come hiand
from Bryson City, N. C., wherehe made to feel at home. cessful this season, and they leave let .
us try anyway. -
recently In Chicago. has been for the past two weeks. The party was most unique. Each with big hopes of winning the two

Vrs. Clyatt will remain there for a girl was given a card bearing a : games in Palatka to add to their
Mr*. J. J. Tillis 'was shopping in
Chambers Shoe
Ocala :Monday. .month or more. gentlemans name and an apropos i I string- of laurels. Company,

._ --- quotation and each gentleman was The Ocala line-up is as follows: '
The Ocala Rifles are making all arrangements FLORIDA.
Rev. L. W. :Moore was unable to Moore Liddell catcher : LL:
I for the encampment given a card on which was writtena pitcher; ; ....
occupy bin pulpit last Sunday. young ladies name. Every one Vogt, first base; Pelot, second base; -- -
St. Augustine. The company will go
Itfl\ P. J. Reeves of Park was requested to write a descriptionof Jewett, third base; Harris, short
Spring ,
67 strong and expect to take the PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34.

wa a guest of our city Monday Manasas trip. the character and perspnal appear- stop; Peyser, left field; Bullock, --- -

-- -- center field Martin I field.
J ance of the person whose name they ; right
Wl' fur-
are preptred to
Mr. Geo.! \V. :Martin has returned Messrs. Dan Clark and Walter Ray, Asher Frank of the team
I c secured. One young lady wrote the manager OCALA nj..h OCALA

rL from a business trip to Atlanta. who have been spending some timeat following of a young gentleman:' says he is going to see to it that the

r Mr*. J. W. Crosby and children, Hot Springs, Ark., have returned' .A young Doctor has come out of the West, boys do not lack for "rooters" during ICES IO-si1 ICE &
all the wide borders his steel is the
I and in of the Through
i f lore Rone to Baxter, Ga., for several speak high praise cura- bent the game. \PACKING PACKING

I' wrekd.MU t've: powers of the waters. : And save a goo! diiver he weapons had Done Quite a number of Ocalians will accompany -
-- --- He rode all unarmed: alas! never alone the COMPANY, On *tort notice at any COMPANY
't Jessie Owens, one of Marion's Louis Lang, of Dexter, who distinguished His eyes are blue his hair is brown. boys.Suicide point city o'fi,,te
\ He is the nicest Doctor in all the town,
b*.t farmer, was a visitor to Ocala himself as a base ball Prevented.
Most of the descriptions were writ-
i Monday. player for the Fort McCoy's Satur- The startling announcement that a PHONE .34 WMGrFOOHEBLUEWUGON.: PHONE 34.
,I I ten in ryhme and afforded a great
f fj day, was in Ocala Monday and preventive of suicide had been discovered -
j Mr*. 0. M. Eaton and mother have deal of amusement. Mr. Izlar read -
was registered at the Ocala House. will interest many. A rundown
t Jeined the "Ocala Colony" at White them alowed and in guessing the most system, or despondency invariably

Hpringt. ____________ Mr. John R. Moore is painting persons described, Miss. Mammie precede suicide and something ;, S. A.' STANDLEY LEE MILLERS

We are i,leabed to note that Dr. J. South Florida red with advertising Taylor secured the girl's prize a i has been found will prevent that
condition which makes.suicide likely.At A. STANDLEY & CO.
C. Boozer, who has been badly sick, matter for Stranss & Co., Mr. W. J. pretty hat pin, and Dr. W. H. Powers ,
the first thought of.self destruction
it recovering.Mr. Sylvester is doing the same thing for I and :Mr. Howard Clark cut for the take Electric Bitters. It being a

-- the Carmichael Son Co. gentlemen's prize, a silver key ring. great tonic and nervine will strengthen Livery, Feed and Sale Stables

A. E. Handler, of Holder, was '- I Dr. Powers winning it. Major Izlar the nerves and build up the system.It i

ifi Oeala and a guest of the Ocala Mr. E. C. Smith, who has been then read a very clever and interest is also a great Stomach, Liver and We the
lIoote Monday. visiting in Chicago, St. Louis and severl months Kidney regulator. Only 50c. Satis- carry completeline
ing letter that he wrote
other points, returned home yester faction guaranteed by Tydings & Co. of Harness, Saddles etc.
Mr. Uuy Ayer, of Atlanta, is visiting ago to President Roosevelt.. Miss Druggist.
)Ir. and day. He says where he has visited Whitfield beautifully in central Florida and will give '
hU jaivnt in this city, Sara sang very ,
the weather has been hot and dry.R. A Dip in Lake Weir.
Mr*. Alfred'er.. several selections. our patrons the very lowest
F '
:(ri Tuesday's Daily. k k
W. Holliday, one Eureka's Punch was served throughout the
Thomas- Qiite a number of O ala people pricesVe are thoroughly
Mb )1 aIanning,
staunch citizens and democrats of evening and at eleven o'clock most
vttkt{ (la., lit i visiting Superintendent wenc down to Lake Weir yesterday equipped for fitting
the old school, was in Ocala Saturday.He tempting ream and cake was passed. afternoon on the regulartrain and turpentine

aMI In. W. U. Cam. came here to meet Mrs. Hollidayand The guests at this affair besides the and lumber teams, gear, X
I ----- returned on the midnight freight.
Hot son, Frank, who have been on a members of the club were Messrs. i*
Mr. I). A. Clark has gone from They took lunches and bathing suits wagons, etc.
I North Carolina and will visit to relatives in Caldwell, Ohio. C. L. Anderson, Sandford Jewett, ste '
ttofH and it goes for saying that they hada

l, .ot r**. rn until winter. Frank\ ina 1 Howard and Harvey Clark, J. II. good time. We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summrn

Blair, coloredwas brought Taylor, J. H. :Mathews, 0. B. Howse, Buggies, and White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagon.
( ., few from Eureka to await Among those who went were the North Side Court HOIIM- .
f Mr. W. J. Crosby, who has a tur days ago W. Wheeler, W. D. Taylor, S. E. Ocala, Flata
6 the following: Mr. and Mrs.V.. K. Ze-
the action of the grand jury on
farm near Auburndale, spent
Matfw Hiller, Bob Mathews and Drs. E. L.
wadski, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar,
+ I taeaay In the city with his family. charge of resisting an Scott, II. A. Daniel and W. H. Pow-
was bound over by Justice Milliganin Mrs. ,James )!. Barco, Mr. and Mrs.G. .

Jam tried before Justice ers. R. McKean Rev. L. B. Warren WY
iMfeh *was the sum of .j()(). ,
Was la For Health Fr Years-
t Worst, of Kendrick, yesterday for - ---- I Mr. Georghe Ford, Miss Esther

k41M.g bullbats and fined 20 and Weeds and rapidly growing plantsif Ira \\,. Kelley, of Mansfield, Pall Weathers; Mr. Sanford Jewett, Miss
r malaria writes "I in health for:two
.... ... allowed to grow absorb : was poor Lucile Ansley; )Ir. W. T. Wheeler, {
--- -
i -- and prevent sickness; if cut down years, suffering from kidney and Miss Sue Barco Mr. 11. J. Roess, .
)1.+.. J. II. Uving>, has re- bladder trouble, and spent considerable ;
visit to and allowed to decay, will produce with Miss Violet Harris Miss Lottie
UNwl l frum a several week's money consulting physicians ;
sickness. Advice: Don't cut them marked benefit, but Missses Izlar Miss John- J I
b+r iteHKbtw, Mrs. B. A. Inglis, atMatlitn out obtaining any Kingman, ,

down. ___ was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure, nie Liddon; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson .
.ffi *-
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and I desire add testimonythatit
You need not coax, nor make my ; )Ir. and Mrs. A. E. Gerig; Miss
of Gaines- The children to"Teethiadv take. may be the cause of restoring the
Mr. Harvey Barrs Bob Mathews I William Sin- &
Tis fair and ta->lee: !s.and they know health of others. Refuse substitutes.Sold ; .
nom. wwll known in Ocala, who has It is their menu not their foe. by Post Office Drug Store. m clai, Mrs, W. J Lohrig, Mrs. S. A.
everal days, is "Teethina" overcomes and counter-
Iat tfiIIIk..iek
Standley, Miss Anna Mixon, Miss

sift atptlw.Mr. acts the effects of summer's heat, Lee Cox, a popular ;young man of Annie Mathews. )fr. 0. B. Howse.

aids digestion, regulates the bowels, Ocala, who has been prominently

.. IMKJan and Mi sTurnipseed and makes teething easy. Buy from, identified with the commissary busi- Lakeland or. a Boom vv&i&siysf&s}

... dwn to Lake Weir yesterday your druggist. ness in that locality, has migrated to )fr. T. H. Johnson, our enterprising 1 bTIjE

T1w lake k becoming more and truck and real estate man S *" ,
t the metropolis of the south, grower 1"'
Panasoflkee coming -.
E t W. L. Armour, of -
make for him- returned Sunday from Lakeland,
where he will a name
was a visitor to Ocala yesterday. He :
t t. )I",..... 15 P. Thagard, L. J. says the Bachelder big mill will soon self in the busy vortex of Tampa's where he has just closed an auction l "BLAHESLEE" : I

V. Miller and M. E. sale of number of lots in Johnson's
: Kaiffci, t1.u. start again and that the orange commercial life. Mr. Cox will "open a GAS and GASOLINE ENGINES

I ltofok ..n, who *'i>ent Sunday in Jack- trees up are growing so nicely that theyare up" for himself as soon as a suitable addition to Lakeland. Fifteen acres ) Stand Supreme for Simplicity, Durability, Hake

wwrviMe have> returned. Panasoffkee location is secured and other arrange- brought 357825. Mr. B. H. Phillips, and Economy of Operation.
t destined to again WHITE-BLAKESLEE MFG. CO. Birmingham, Ala
[ Mr. S. H.: Handley, connected with famous as the "tropical center." ments which he is now engaged upon the auctioneer who sold the Woodrowlots J. P. CAMPBELL, State ReprehentJve,

perfected.-Tampa Union Label. in Ocala some months ago, con Ocala, Fla.
[ tM Who is Callen? The TimesUnionof --- ducted the sale.

E i i HoMr, was in the city Saturday' Sunday says that an Ocala man by Mr. G. B. Tankersley, of Coleman, Mr. Johnson says Lakeland is ty A NY\,, ,, ,, WA

i .,n b.ihM, for his firm. his home from
touched for 1000. is in the city on way
i t that name was far the liveliest town in the state of

I >lr Sam league came up from I The amount of money the man car- Hot Springs, Ark., where he has its size. He has thirty-five acres in

Lath Ik Monnlay and says the ried about. with him sounds like. he been spending the past two months.Mr. oranges just south of this thrivingtown

way the urttttga trees are growing is may have been an Ocala man, but Tankersley is one of Sumtercount"s as well as some property in Going to the World's.Fair?
and has for
a ttoMgfct to the eyes. the name is not familiar.Mr. leading citizens i town. He refused $1600 cash for one .

)Ir. awl--Mr*-.- E..- M.- ---Boozer of J. M. Meffert has bought the I. many truckers:years and merchant.has been a lIe successful cleared I acre of Lakeland soil a few days ago. -SEE-

(feergt*, brother of J>r. Boozer, came old Oak Hurst place and will re-open from a few acres of tomatoes $17,000.He Biraaatiss.When : .

M4ay and were glad to find their the old lime kiln there. It was formerly keeps posted on Marion county painso irritation exist on any Ocala Furniture Company.

hrotir very much better. operated by E. W. Agnew & Co. doings through the Ocala Banner. part of the body, the application of

and later by :\Misewinkle.. In I I Ballards Snow Liniment gives prompt
Barrs, of Jacksonville, relief. E. W. Sullivan House El Re-
MM Lydia :
those days lime sold for $2.50 per Some of those who attended the I For the largest and most up-to- date line otTRURKS.
arrived in Ocala Monday to be the no, 0. T., writes June 6, 1092: "I
barrel. It now sells for 60 cents.Mr. baseball at Oxford Saturday :
of her cousin, )[rs. Frank L. game j take pleasure in recmmending Bal-
K give a thrilling description of the lard's Snow Liniment to all who are

\\f \\ 18-t,441 for several weeks. and Mrs. Frank Huber left yes It was umpired with the as- afflicted with rheumastim. It is the ..........,.
old game.
0. Keardon reached Sayarah terday for Carrolton, Ind., their only remedy I have found that gives
IhH1. Jno. sistence of a gun about two feet long
is renewing ac- home. Before returning )Ir. and immediate relief." 25c, 50c, $1.00. -
and -
safely decision stood. Not a
and Mrs. Huber will visit the World's and every Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drag
i e talr+tance with many old friends kick registered. It may serve as
Store. m
Fair.11'. Huber is the popular 125 Bushels Onion Sets.
welcome. l MMB M
ruining a warm 9
ticket agent of the A. C. L. railway. I a pointer.Mr. Wanted in Orlando.

r Mr. C. K.Tydiugsand his two sons,, W. D. Graham, route agent of Some time ago the marshal of Orlando I
Capt. Frank Lytle and Mrs. Lytle,
Hubert and Earl, of Ocala, are com of was beaten and bruised some-
Southern Express company
I of Stanton, who have been-visiting in .
!f fMtable quartered at the Hamiltonfor Georgia and Tennessee*, passed this section, returned Monday from what badly by, a negro man calling We will on September 1st have for sale 125 Bushelsof

several: week .-White Springs be has been himself Will McKnight.
through Ocaia yesterday en route North Carolina, where Onion Sets-the Bermuda and Silver Skin. .
HeriM. few weeks' vacation. He The man was arrested in this city
i f: ._ home. The captain, who still adheresto enjoying

;- Jh Wanted the populist party, had just been says the Ocalians at Bryson City are last evening by Marshal Cleveland
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-- At once a good Sawyer for hardwood reading Tom Watson's speech, and all enjoying good health and having and Policeman Brigance and .will be .Ocala SooStore.

i: PlordaflIi *. .Apply to W.J.LoHRlG s5tf.,Ocala; his face-was diffused with smiles. a fine time in the mountains. ent to Orlando for ,trial ). .

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% a fneadly trftwte to oar repabiie- # BOILS; _

wi IMOUSNT me ccaicftxiu A Bat a* a FlorkfiaB kma the state

BIC SHOW ,i aad her people, aDd having onbocnd- Tee La3j Cam;nissioatrs Had a Very By Diclciscn. Chapter l!. D. C-, in Mem- PYRAMIDS OF PAIN

i ed faith in her po l lbiKtie*, I sm Defaf&tfsl Oa'Jsf-JSe fiir is cry ef Mrs. Rsfcert Sull,k
IM U :.mi.Ufy Eelipsetf by the r i! Boils show the blood is in a riotooi. feTcnh 'f '
; awry to say that Ftondz, one of thettfcerfeood FassiaattRg.St. WaEnos !n the owning prori&cceof .
sigh, LG"'u Purchase Eips- condition, or that it has grown too weak and
...... ? of salsa, aad Ube ooe altogether aa infiaitelr rce areair.; ; Father,
-hU Cutu.i tetter. .
Lome Ac c. I,1 M_ guh to throw 0:1'the bodily impurities, IlUg'I'Ad
H !e>e of oar most loyal and hl;'nly esteemed -
lorely, tmrepreited at .
then concentrate at some spot, and a car .r-
;3hive.-Tbe dthghtfnl letter of ;: aaCaettapisdeaet heats: --. member?, .Mrs Robert BnDoek
; the world great d pIa ..--Florida I is 'the result. To enfeebled ( ..
ear local ediwr now nuuiioe tLrongfa The Mmes-1 nian commi _iooer i cr boil one already
:ate\[has been soddeat? and uneipectedlytranslated :
that paper detcnfting *o rapfaicaUrand bad no wide-awake TnBfr-Unkm tbeeto by disease, boils seem to come with more frequency,
ehenniacly tktraiidm i. rooad* I solar to hare a great time at'this' to a bitter sphere, therefore t the alre-1 .
and to .
causing the interest pain greatest danger \ .
and vonderiw c.,.w-ction of exhibit, have" state %pr*.en ed by fair I I wondeMition. J.I I t be itEesoKed i .jII
marreloot4y exjx debilitated sufferer. All skin eruption, front the aaeottsu.c' .
at the Urteiani r'u ebaie expoMtkni, i
ctrrtei M back i j the centennial at lady eaaoawaooffK and aa exhibit of = Today the elements treati j i!!' That Dkkison Chapter II bsncle :o the spiteful little cat-boil are earned by pad We"" e

RIfd'; a and the following teeter its OWTL-ED. BA3f.vE .> An exhibitOf iDg iii rather shabbily and there i- ; United Daughters of the Confederacy, only war to avoid or get permanently rid of mem II' ft, ;
I feel; deeply the ire: of one so gentle .
to tdld
the build deteriorated Mood and conafer t t.
prr. uet* of Florida here now, up the polluted ,
lAraaa.1LumjviJk.; lime chanr* of a tilt to the fair I t
and kind in disposition and so forgiving -
jnt at the time when immigration is I ]. and poisons ; and nothing will do this to oukkly t:.' ?
JLO.V 21, I.,T& snoods before this afternoon, so in spirit and yet one who cher- of blond ,.
I S. S. S., which is the acknowledge king I' t ,'.
,. mostly attracted to it, would hare
tats taesrr of caf. tM..rlttllwM teted
different with pride the glorious memoriesof
members of the ,.
.. .
expect bars 41
party est of all tonichere the blood become> ; r\ '
1 beesae Maedsyl.ttyeh and bn worth more than all the pam- to go down into the city J1- tile Southern Ceafedener- ,I poor and thin no medicine acts io promptly in bnv i. ,: j> .;:

.. yaleten at the Grand MHadiUoc pbJet and boob that eau be written stead. That' we hereby tender to.the'be- j. ing its richness, pcrity and .
reaved husband, children, grandchfl-1! ....,, ra &.... '.
about it. The time t
1111 fart from the i strength. to cure
eitsly s *
Since my last letter our party has dren and large circle of fried our i derelFrowsbclad ...." sr tI..: ; '. .
plJ I ___. I wa in thEeshilatiet The mnftitnd have flocked here j i a boil is before it tirWstb, a: b,,. I ,; .. r-i'.104
gone through and spent Feral boors sincere sympathy in the toes of one exemplary i t AJ .. ,
when it is in a state body. ooa uma.y atitsi4 .
Mialmsyt r early Tut.dat.retd14 p from all quarter of the globe, and in all of the larger bonding, such as In aO HsmesOc aDd social du- | cf ops incubation or formation thq1ll'owd. J'f'U 0. 111 ssn'' ':'' .'f.<4
and the CC1lt1".4 frr ten rt
as I ooold gain ?ntrant*: the eye are aicker to dwtragnish the Transportation, Government, ties. ssd. in unostentatious Christian t in the blood ; for boils are, t6samieoald. gar of to rat ,. ft :.:S.
and that I ytmckI and read and aerve to comprehend example.. I t i j after all the mid m.raS, I a... b.t hUk'a 5. *
*1rs1.. to any w* Palace of Liberal Arts,Manufacture f only impiiri- hods .be 1." It. art .." I
.. aeueeaeub I at the magmncencew I than the mind and here Li the plaee I Ptah Game and That a page in our minute book be ties and poisons bubbling itfora.Vrt wtu. th* born ...... i, '..r+a
Foresty the Coic- inscribed to her memory, and that a !t ,,. J ttoatintad oa with U.-4\4;.". t+ll,':." C ttNt
", elM ..f y to pot it mildly. To II I where the eye fiat aDd the mind ii miaason of Fisheries the be ; up through the. skin. a" u.. and all tw boil.'>. : ....
United copy sent to her husband a
I copy i thisvl continue tn spite r.*r* Ita.. .i.p..4 Brno tfcu u*. .., f.... .
M sunny wtth detain and wm up the fed for afterthought. States mammoth bird in i Ito the Ocala Banner and a copy to the j of and "". bAd.4.. .... ''.' I.. ,.... <
poulticing lancing % thirty .
W&I .,... ;... t f...
vbs1e i hi a eta.le Moment* i; to wy With the exception: of a few infant which are beautiful specimen of all Evening Star for pnbiieaSfoB. I till the blood gets rid of the,mo* putfiits .....
alit M the fnatevt exhibition the alligators and the teeth: of a few ofolder son of bird: ; and fowl?-there is Signed: lire. E. L. Carney Mrs. F.I accumulated poison, "s..s,rely s.. pat.rtdiefj "" yre' ...*M. j.
E. Harris. Mrs. R G. Blake Mrs. L. The to boils is 1'VL Itt11r.1' tiff sand :
Florida k unknown way stop
wtAY Mr Net .... growth at even a Florida buzzard-Mines and j
Dozier. Committee. i to :lttld: thPm in th,. hlnntf.
tat think tint I make tide broad the centennial.. Y. E. H. Metallurgy and Education. I Ocala August I!. 1994.Pronetleus.and j I this is-what s..S. dor. AI! danfer of boil i. put w > n. >ht

......i without doe McXinlep Newspapers- Declaring- fsr { We hare also visited quite a nom- j Strong tJria k. : blood has been thoroughly purified and the tjretntti (_MId of a.t "I' f.

I Mow odic a point to convene t her of the state buildings and the T.) tit Editor ofh*- Ocala Bas-tr '-, bid, impure matter. If you are subject to boil*. then the ante t.ue.

ttn4M b t-M1"11' foreign1* and they Parker. various foreign exhibit Wad are The ancient story of Prometheus., .: that produced them last will do *o this, and the tooner ju !:war n
The New Nork World ha compiled to put your blood and tyttem ;f. '.' M, i
afl that it i all odd
+ beyond *
npw truly. inadequate to ejprtsi half one t who concealed in his bo-om the fire order the better the chance ( .
ells Meet extearive thing of the kindmtttm a 1M of pafiero and individuals that HS and few at this f > k J
fascinatingfair. he had stolen, and afterwards had a through the spring and wtmmrr 1014'i.. 4.'
eftr. *p by any eouatry. The have changed politically since the I vulture rpetuallrgna\ring his liver without boil or other paint.! a- i ,rntating t

.t.... ha doneiteeif prowl. AninWU0ent lat! national' campaign which is of j'f j In the Government building the affords so apt an allegory of the ef- j:. akin teruptioets. & Sk s ,.w,,4f.

BofHahman--who ha devot,.d more than ordinaryinterest.. In the I 1' anteed purely......., an! J', t*
R'ert Point and naval exhibits :'
the feels of drinking spiritous: liquors, '
taken with b
Met of hb .... to travel-told eastthe cbange 'appear to incline toward U. perfect ttftty \ .fl.i
mint a beautiful
reproductionof that one mabe induced to think the and without harm .
;_ young to the molt delicate conetitu:: .r i l' Mj
today that it fc a* large alt the Lon the democratic nom"'e'for Hot Springs the Smithsonian Institute art of distillation of strong alcoholic j mild and pleasant in its action, and unequaled a* s tare Inr \it .,.v pod

lain. Maife ari Vienna exprlJtioDfjII president, aa indicated by the following exhibit and several views of ., beverages had been known in times j;! kindred eruptions. Write us if you would like medical adru e <>r <.>nr

U wJ. list of New York papers which Yoeeinite valley, were to me the of great antiquity, and lost again. I I I information. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co., ATLANTA, 84,

TldeelMmmea4 trauma hardly exagwhen have changed their political views: most I I --- ,--- ..
interesting sights. | A vulture preyed upon the liver of -- : --.- -- r-
_d it k raneraberfd that Sew York Evening Po t-- Sapported Queen Yi<.ilJria's Jubilee presents, I Prometheus until it was killed by I

tbtre ..1, t, oldie and that thmda McKinley in 1900; now for Parker.
;n e J i which are displayed in Congress Hall Hercules from which we may learn MISSING WORD CONTEST.
New York Herald
hepdbK eoven several acres; ;1, near Administration building, are thet nothing short of an herculean

narMitaery hall next in size, 1100x107;; in 1900; now for Parker. j perfectly magnm<:ant and beggardescription. effort can kill the liquor vulture that -.
New YorkStaats-Z I PRIZES I Offered For
a..lemdtartllballssRsdi30; government -Support j! is destroying men's livers in the present I 0 1

tr-"L Wa&) horticultural hall McKinley in 1900; now for Parker. In
; manufacturers building the day, here in Ocala and every The Correct Soluttoi

".i; art jfalkry, made of solid Brooklyn Daily Eagle-SopportedilcKinley exhibit that completely captivatedthe where. .

...... 1 ethe in 1900/ now for Parker. --
; judgedan ladies of oar Redfern's It is aid
party was in a note found in the
to IMzIM. This with 171 other New York Time;*--Supported McKinley I Tropical Manufacturing Co. manufattm .
display of Parision gowns. They are works of the elder Darwin, that "the t I I.

btdldfegin wilt give the reader some in 1900: ntrongly for Parker. I I I the mobt exquisite creations that the I I swallowing of drams cannot be better of the great health drink M I ETTO NI il

."JIM, of the vattii&rj of the ex- Syracuse Herald-Supported McKinley j I mind can conceive and make'one i represented in hieroglyphic language ,
in MOO: al prizes. The contest all
now independent.Troy pay to
Mitlbn. I I wish to be a Morgan or a VanderbiU than by taking into one's boaom." open

A walk thrro;h all the building, l'retm-'For McKinley in 1900; so that one could own a few of them. The Indians called it "fire water." I It's f free tYou. .

wenMi moire more time than you now strongly for Parker. The Philippine exhibit is very interesting Certain it it, that the general efiect

wr sM at 8m bluish lil t"C' It Schenectady Morning Gazette and the Boer war is very 'I I of drinking fermented or spiruou liquors FIRST PRIZE.The
valid bike weeks make Democratic paper which refused to .
to a thorough I realistic and exciting. is an inflamed schirrious or par-

imepetdiom and note everything worMy support Bryan in 1900! ; now for Par \\"e ha"a "done" the Pike from one alytic liver with its various critical first one seQding ii) tie] correct a&wtr we wit fhrt f

tliy el memntinn. ker. f end to the other exclusive of a few diseases-aa leprous eruptions on the beautiful life size picture it) gilt frame .."tlttelll ""Irrlty.' :.

earefttlly prepared notes of the Peace-War. f unimportant side shows, and the I face, epilepsy and insanity. : 'fhN lirtnrt i.. +Jmt"IiI"8t) t'f M''" vet. I/'t.1 ttglth detmk .hdl r f

4M MIl Mid tWnl days, tootherwiththe Everywhere the scholar i-; taking I fascination it has for every lady keeps I It is remarkable that all the diseases bit :HI\\ c-oijihins u++dojf} <.r harmful delay;.. .

eataJognw of both the art galleries rank above the w>!dier. There is no up.We produced from drinking.. alcoholic To** the.*.. next*. A"*. ., . .........I ,,u..r.. fpbtr emr....

sod som other buildings, I was chance in the economy of progress. have heard a number of good beverages are liable become hereditary 44 *ft fl%(. I t peer 1--: .
44 Ift u
..f 1 .1 rtrin.K' *' ".
or fortunate enough to Courage H the cementing of band concert and in every way our and gradually increase until
man .--..... _. .' .
lw, bat H doe not require any cata- hood. week at the exposition has been the become -- -
family extinct.
w. i*')?......_........., ual't
IErI otfBkk: U there cora-
year are i issuing from Times Union Prizes. <('!JI..Kuuw a GwfiHj........\v'.. 'ftw.)'..... .. 1t'tuiL. I! Ait I
Itst..,tdly: the. public schools the mjs-iOn l'J, :\Iis3I'ye.H5-; Bird and I.
collegesand The Tinie--L'nion has Ut-r fir. .. .....In. .
That tlwMftttlfluIallrelJ1til 3Ii > completed . ..........: mmrlrer .
agreatB.ehe the universities of our *> Harri-i. start for their homesSunday .
countrythe I I an which ---- -
arrangement will enable its ---- ---- -
; a wowsktfiul fight; a magnifiteetimonial over JJie Southern -
of the future. C'UI til'in
0tsM to the vaatnetft and Whether Parker or Roosevelt is NOTES.Mr. readers to enter a competition for I tote nip tdnttl,I b ;tillCOUJiOU I'II't-. the} where Smtr......................... .

5,000 choice prizes valued atlOOOO ini. 1I11t1.t'lJi sl proprtate .
the tettaeww, the growth, the products I elected the time is not far distant and Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mies full details of which "''- rrr :1IVertising! *.>HIO 1*. O...... ..... .
the manufactures\, the Indus when national disputes the same as Mary Burford and little Miss Helen : are given on f .. d 111.ail tit Iht'Tropical

trie, the wnterf*"*' the ujriorityaa4 i I private ones will[ be settled by the Bashin&ky, after spending a few days another page. The competition is Jacksonville) Mfg. Co.HoiuiaR C'oiuitj ......
open to all and is It
NMfvelou* advancement of the arbitrament here left last easy. hinges .
of the head and heart night for the Mammoth w "

United Sorter from the infancy of the and not by anger hacked by' the cave to spend couple of days. around the popular vote to be cast rneiiiJi the tint 101 comet HIH-U-- r'--t V.. 1 r'l tli r st.. -r:
for president, November S, next. your answer* at oust io thf.
..... It I from the
east and the tiword. They will then stop in Troy Ala., fora

wart. the north and the bouth, that "Let IM have peace," said warrior short while before returning home. You make an estimate or guess as to TROPICAL NUpACTUIilNG COMP HY.
what that vote will be and send it in
the netktm of the earth come to lay Grant, and everyday more and more Messrs. Steven Jew ett and Ernest

their Measly tribute at the feet of the people are echoing tat; senti- Crook arrived Tuesday afternoon and with your subscription to the paper.It 14: W. Adams)) St. Jr\UIt: !! fie

tie! yo Mit- nation though themo!>t ment. Mr. William Finch, of Atlanta, came will be hard to pick figures so faraway
-. .--- as to shut you ont from one of ---.- -
of --
ptwerfttl them all, which, a hundred in early Wednesday morning so with

yeftf ago, was a fK-ble infant in SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. them and Mr. Lloyd, Miss Pereda the Winton prizes touring-and yon Times-Union.may get the 8te (i0 OC 0G...'. .S,.

iucwaddllnf; t-lothes; unborn whenKoropeaH -- and Miss Harris Ocala has quite a .

and Asiatic empires and colony here and ((111 Goods Delivcrcc ficc. V rite: fcr lance Lk. :
Ocala, Ha., Aug. 20, 1901. they are not failing I j IA i New Pair
moaarehie were aged; and though Editor Ocala BannerPlcac to enjoy themselves.Ir. ,, .

I bona amidst Ute throe and travails inform lie pub ic ) Crook and Mr. Jewett expect 5 .

of war, now in it* vigorous prime, through jour column that to run up to Chicago before going If They Do Hot War.5o _

celebrate ito fln>t centennial year at I liinv joie returned from back to Ocaia. D
eke Ila..lcrn uiarlu'l* with .
|Naoe With all mankind except the one of the niotl estenio :\Ir.1.. M. Little spent last week $1. .

Hkmx Indians, and in recognized by lines o( gooddial 1 hate here but started for home last Mon .

every kindred,tribe and nation as one eter carried. I am Ion HI'.J' day. "III buy iPJ I .

of the great and advancing unpacking and marking B
powersof Among the Florida visitors here pair l
up lhe,e goo N to write q .
the earth a
only to be dreadedin !liable ailierlUeinent tell now are Mr. and Mrs. Baird and .
war tat foremost! in the arts and Roscoe Bai*''. f Gainesville .
ing oi heir qiialilie ('h... and .
wiencea and all that go to make up hut jn*>t ell the people that Misses Pen I/ !.... ; 4 and Clyde Perry, I7LWomen's .

the .-mfort. convenience and luxuries I hate eterjlhing in the I of Tampa. D .

i>f an Intelligent 1I\H"t (ereaUon and fads
progressive, SARA ;J-IZABKTH HARRIS.
|w..ev and axv-loing people. in ladies Bearing apparel. i = I
III ehinauare iiiy line need Made by Dixie Girls
Still better than all this, it has the lake no hack seat for anjthing '- Puts and End to it All. I iApc"if .

friendship of empires and liat A grevioua wail oftimes comes as a BEST
republics, has (','cr lieen t SHOE ON .
kiua, emperors, jotentatesr and !seen in Ocala. Tell he people result as unbearable pain from overtaxed I EARTH FOR e

IU'in\.oi, a well as: the humblest citi- to look out for Ill)' announcement Liver organs. Dizziness Backache, I PRICEAny .
complaint and Constipation.But .
len hero and in all laiul, and is later on this line thanks to Dr. King's New Life I
or, hotter Mill, lo e
known 3M a refuge for the oppressedof route around right Pills they put an end to it all. They .
all countries, (this was written before and "'t'(. forthemselic' ftlIy are gentle but thorough. Try them. .

the cruel Chinese exclusion act Yours truly, Only 2-'JC. Guaranteed' by Tydings & }I size or style sent I .
Co. Drug Store. on'Jreceipt of .
ami vicious labor laws were enacted. Frank Gadson! --- -- --. -. m price 011 [.' ... (.' .- ilO:). Old .
( Tilt >rre /1 Millar ll '. fl. )tt. Mountain
; ) t. "
-ED. BANNER.) Ocala JJaaarAlachua To Supervisors and Patrons. The Store CU-\XY.: I Orn 52 ;)'). "lUro'.." Uve 54.00, Am.| MK ...... .......
with The Front. JIG': ) to $t.tH feniukv JSend .
All nations are here represented If you have not already notified ---- Yellow $8.*; IL.w. 1 s R,. a.>h
me -
is to have a bank. --- II'
It is -- ---- Postollice
from Egypt ,the oldest nation on pleasure to note such enterprise in awilt you please let me know] at once, Don't worry about the other fellow or Exirtt'Moujr Onl.w.. :

earth, to the feeble, btrugglinsr:: republic our neighboring towns. Florida is when the patrons want your school -he won't hurt you if you don't hur

*of South Americarnot onlythe great destined to become the center of attraction to open. Please do not delay.Respectfully I him. While he is talking about the I BOWEN & COMPANY. I j

nations of the world, but the isles of for capitalists., -. Live OaDemocrat. k J weather just saw wood He can'tbuild

the sea and the.sea itself have given ." .:, \\ D. CABN, a house with hot air.FlcralaAla. 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSONVII; I F, FLA I i 1.

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.. paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the PeopleVOL. /'



USA ILSASITH EASS1S Loal Siitcr An Enjoyable Bowline Party I OCALA LOSES 0T PfUflTKrl. THE BIO Day OF THE BIG FAIRA amount water consumed and analyses TO MILL MEN.

sec Wednesday night :\Ir. and Mrs. F. the gases passing out of the smoke

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. L. Watson entertained at a bowling Full Quarter of a Million Expectedto stack; and all this information is ob- -
The Gem City Turns the Tables and
party in compliment to their guest, Visit the Fair To.Morrow-Air- tained at the same time and by the We have on hand several hum-**!
Wins the Second Game by a Scoreof
# )Ir. J. (.'. Bat-kin of Anthony, was Miss Lydia Barrs, of Jacksonville.Miss ship nnd Vehicle Parade. same tests. It is indeed marvelous to pounds of old t, ,>e better r., tearing.
8 to 4.
in Ocala yesterday. I IWork Batts, who is an attractive little Special to the Ocala Daily Banner. stand by and see a locomotive en{,jie than babbitt, which we rat Mil M
The fates were against Ocala's base-
blonde, was very pretty last night in ST. LOUIS, Aug. 24, 1904. with the engineer in his cab, his hand lOc a pound. OCALA l3. Nt scA.
modeling the Ocala House ball team at Palatka yesterday after
a nobby shirtwaist suit of blue Beyond all doubt August 27 will be on the throttle, the engine under full
wa begun yesterday.Mr. noon. The Gem Citys retrieved the A manatee, measuring about Iv

voile. misfortunes of the day before and one of the big,big days at the World'sfair. head of steam, the fireman shovelingin feet, was recently teen hi U* SI.
It. LM Martin is at Lake Weir There were twelve, couples bowlingand the coal, the engine running at the
won the second game by a score of 8 Special attractions are the air- Johns river near the wharf at th>
tilt a butt outing. a game and a half were bowled. rate of sixty miles an hour and not nil-Stevens
to ship and balloon contests noted Co.
Miss Violet Harris made the highestscore 4.The moving forward an inch.
Frank (l. of Board- following telegram was received -
Mr. Sampson
aeronauts, who will stat t at 5 o'clock
ladies and
the "It is
equally to
returned home yesterday among young last night: interesting see one Mr. Chas. H. teyd, [ol lluUrr,

HMH was awarded the prize, a beautiful I II I Palatka, Aug. 25, 1901. from the Wireless Telegraph tower of these marvelous locomotive en- who was a member ef t4w Ti...*-

Bryan will begin his campaign tour Mexican ;drawn work centerpiece.Mr. Special to the Dealt Banner: for a balloon flight to Washington.A gines resting on a turntable, in active Union's party, has rt4urm bum Ht

tor Parker the last of August.Mr. Clifford Anderson secured the Palatka eight, Ocala four. Bat- wireless operator will also make operation, and by virtue of its o\\n Low Mr. Lloyd ..16f1.l | tJ ovw in

gentleman's prize, a box of Grand teries, Clark and Liddell; Waller and the trip and will keep in constant power revolving itself in a circle whileat Ocala yesterday

and )Ins.J. B.Griggs,Lynne, Royal: cigars. Kaufman. JEWETT. touch with Washington and the ope- the same time apparently moving
w.-rt' among the visitors in Ocala Between the games most delicious rator at the Fair grounds. Thus at forward. Dr. T. K. Slaughter( and Mr. K. W, ..

Jfl'tfroay. nut cream and cake was served.Mr. Tom Watson's Eloquence.The the same time in view of thousands of Home represented Leveii ta (fc'aj*
Messrs. J. H. Yager and Sam H.
yesterday. The fo .ner was m fete
and Mrs. Watson's guests were men whose cause I would plead visitors of the great international Ex-
Mr. A. 1>. Covington, of Jackson- i Cauthen, of Candler, were in town way to Jacksonville., wher br wilt
Misses Edith Piatt, Sue Barco, Violet before the bar of American public position will be two of the most remarkable -
,,., It dead. She was formerly I yesterday, and brought with them a remain several dayg on barltir,.
Hats, Johnnie Liddon, Valetta Pot- opinion are chiefly those who'toil in inventions in the historyof
)1.. DaUy Monroe, of Quincy. barrel of strained honey which they
ter, Lucile Ansley, Annie Davis, the hundred different fields of indus- the world exhibited; and shownin had no trouble in disposing of at a Mr. Felder Lang, of Dexter, 11r'a

air John Doling, one of the solids Margaret Taylor, Mamie Taylor, Mrs.C. try, and who have never lifted their practical use. This race against good price. Quite a number of Ma dent of the Marion County iwb tn..

s* MM* of the county, was an Ocala V. Miller and Mrs. A. E. Gerig, voices to ask anything of this govern- time will be an epoch-making event rion's farmers are now becoming interested trict Turpentine Operator A.'..N'ta-

vbker yesterday.A. Messrs. W. T. Wheeler, J. H. Taylor, ment, except just laws and honest which in later years many will be in the raising of bees and we tion, was in Ocala yesterday a* a .'

W. D. Taylor, Harvey Clark, E. T. the of boast that had witnessed.
administration. Theyare men glad to they that witness in a case before Judge KoMBuMock. .
II. Marsh has returned to Ocala predict ere many years honey
Helvenston, C. L. Anderson, G. H. the mine, the mill, the shop and the .
Another feature will be the
after a ,n'ek'i it here with rela- big gor- will be shipped out instead of into
Ford A. E. C. V. Miller andH.
geously decorated pageant of coaches, Ocala
tH.H.-) etropoll A. Daniel. field.You Mrs. J. H. Cult)', of IJa1m Ud. who
will find them in the shop
brakes automobiles and other vehicles -
--- ,
I Miss Sara Elizabeth Harris, the foremerly lived in Ocala paced

J. F. Turner, of Red Level, Citius Rer ine. where the anvil rings, in the mill with $1,000 in special prizes for' local and society editor of this paper, I I throughfche city yesterday afnooa

o>unty, wa numbered among Ocala's Renders the bile more fluid and thus where the spindle hums. You will the best appearing turnout.. returned from St. Louis yesterday.A on her way home from nerth leer

tdsl'terr this week. helps the blood to flow; it affords find them in the wheat fields in the Something that will be of intensely s she said in her letters she enjoyed gia, where she has been ,pen+tu.c tit*
west, where, as far as the may
fascinating interest to most one
home prompt relief from billiousness, indigestion every every moment of the time. The summer.
)lr. E. I:. Nelson
reach, runs the yellow harvest in will be the section devoted to the
sick and nervous headaches, Times-Union went beyond the limitsof
juterday afternoon from a visit to waves of gold. You will find themon Mrs. Thomas E. Hai.-i. of Valdosta -
and the over-Indulgence in food and eration labor-sadngdevices. These its contract and made the fair
writ Florida. the farms of the south-the dear Ga., arrived In Anthony yetr
drink. Herbine acts dose mechanical inventions introduced to
quickly, a I lady commissioners its life long
after meals will the intoa old south-where the cotton blossoms business terday to spend several "'HW......
Jawb hate, of Jacksonville, for- bring patient meet the demands of modern friends. Miss Harris stopped over in
good condition in a few days. white and be-diamonded with the I which count her parents, Dr. anti )'*.. 1.'.fctaf
well known in are machines correctly
Mtrlyef Micanopy, Asheville, NT. C., for a couple of dayson
G. D. Caldwell K. and T.
Agt.1. She was accompained by hw trrsw.little .J
Oala, died in Jacksonville Aug. 21. morning dew-drops, blushes and be- coins, rolling them into papered covered her way home.It .
R. R., Checotah; Ind. Ter., writes, Miss Harrk.
comes as crimson as the' rose under packages machines which make Marguerite
April 1S, 190-2: "I was sick for over
Mi. Lillie Schlemmer returned the kisses of the summer sun. Now, devices will be seen from a notice else-
two years with enlargement of the correct change; performing The Japs la bravery, faltitsdr. -

lrrrae. yesterday from a visit to rel- liver ane spleen. The doctors did me I am proud to speak for these men mathematical problems in interest where that Mr. H. B. Phillips has strategy and daring are atotiiftgthe

Mhiii. at Cedar Key. no good, and I had given up all hopeof and proud to proclaim their creed. and in bookkeeeping automatically bought a half interest in the businessof world and tht"f"dt"t'lC'nkt chin

being cured, when my druggist advised -Tom Watson in his speech of ac- -eales which compute the money J. Starr Sternberger. Mr. Phillipsis
Mexico after and determined mit I a.e pra'W
lktJ little Tydingsof me to use Herbine. If has made
tance. value of the article as well as its a hustler from the word go and is the bravest dmU of ties
is visiting me sound and well. 50c. Sold by bravmnsoldiers .
Citra now
*rt'bt to
t a just the type of man Ocala is glad to
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m Step that Cough: weight; cash registers of a hundred[ in the world' hkWrJ.
at Anthony.Mr.
tetatto* welcome among her business frater- ....
and -
different patterns having scores
" When a cough, a tickling or an irritation I -
Death of Mr. W. H. Smith. nity. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. !'..wry .>f
1*. Jumeau of Floral City, was in the throat makes you feel of useful arrangements; adding machines j _

I \) til Ocala yesterday. lIe has just re- On last Tuesday Mr. W. H. Smith uncomfortable, take Ballard's Horehound and typewriters. A notable Col. W. N. Camp, who with his Dunnellon, who have a very ii-k

I. Irm...l from a visit! to Jacksonville. a popular and estimable citizen of Syrup. Don't wait until the point in this connection is that in family, has been spending the -pastIwo child are in Ocala and are ,tuffing
McIntosh who had been sick for at the Ocklawaha Inn. Tfco laity
has been
disease has gone beyond control.Mr. many cases electricity very months at Waynesville, N. C.,
I )1,.*. O. .\. Farris and her six child- long time, passed away. utilized motive sufferer has had typtafcl few, hu
and Mrs. J. A. Anderson, 354 ingeniously as a power returned home 'yesterday afternoon.He .

! fuss i, .f Oe-ala, are visiting the family The deceased was a native of De- West 5th St., Salt Lake City, Utah, thus showing constantly the ma left his family in North Carolinaa passed the crisis and w* hoj-, Ha

t .ILL. Farris, of this city.-MetropH catt"- county, Georgia but his boyhood recovery will be "l.eedy.
I the best medicine for coughs and chines injactual operation. short while ago and went to Vir- I

.f ,. *. ,_ and young manhood was spentin colds. We have used it for several Speaking of the glories of this exposition ginia on a business visit.! His family Mr. and )!rt. Andrew it. (UriMn II

I I )1 f. W. T. Wheeler left last night Quincy, in this state. Hebelong-| years: it always give me immediate Hon. James A. Tawney, of will return home ,in a couple. of days. Anthony, were victor ta OeU )r4' :

i I tor Dig Sandy, Texas, to make his ed to a prominent family and was relief, is very pleasant and ferfect Minnesota, chairman of the House C:ref Sciatica.- 1 terday. They had j jest r4m fr< m

here will certainly himself a generous, genial, uprightman. and committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions -
i lsatinte. Hi friends satisfaction. 25c, 50s, $1.00. Rev. W. L. Riley, L L. D., Cuba, a trip to Tampa where tb.y had R'.ue
He was an orange grower, Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug never tires of talking aboutit
to their
i ..s lsikn.airs. New York, writes: "After fifteen see son, Arthur. awl hiti
I I -.-.-. merchant and traveling man and Store. m and always eloquent and en-
,, McAteer returnedyesterday. grows days of excruciating pain from sciatic grandson, Arthur, jr. Bulk vid r K beach
made a host of friends throughoutthe Snake in Cabbages.The thusiastic.
other in their of
,I She was accom- rheumatism,under various treatment, 1"|* thflittle
bac several friends, who state, who will regret to learn of latest excitement down in "Many people," he says, "who visit I was induced to try Ballard's Snow fellow wl. > i i. already alm?t
1i by
pitltreil tfme his death. Tennessee" is caused over d the Columbian Exposition at
"Sunny Liniment; the first application givingmy bright enough to be a bank: pr.sa4.-t ,
>N vfcfc the of the snake. Chicago no doubt feel that because .
, Against Sanders.In appearance cabbage first relief and the second entire which position this |.tiI.|..r h4l'tit'

i CM. J. 11. Livingston, who has From the reports received, it seems that exposition excelled all previous relief. I can give it Unqualified re- may some, day occupyFoLEYMiIDNEYCUR
weeks engineer- the case of W. S. Bullock as that small snakes, from about six efforts in the beauty and style of its commendation." Price 25c, 50c, -- -
: .... .,. tr several :
real estate trans- trustee, for the benefit of himself. S. inches in length, are found in.the buildings and in the extent and mag- $1.00. Sold by Anti-Momopoly Drug !

I i a UC. profitable R. Pyles and J. C. Boozer, vs. JamesW. heads of cabbage as the cooks pre- nitude of its exhibits, that the St. Store. m r wa, XMntva aid OtUtiu r

111111I. fc baek home again. Sanders, transferred to this (the pare them for the pot. Were it not Louis or Louisiana Purchase Exposi- .- ._ -

I. K. T. .Allen the famous eye fourth) circuit from the fifth circuit, that the majority of the Tennnessee tion, held eleven years later, cannot ;................,.; 1 1I

i.| *af .?*-alit, was visitor to a final.decree was made that Sanderswas cooks, are females and abstainers, contain or exhibit enough that is new ( jI

0.11 ys 4srday and a guest of theMrr..ra indebted to W. S. Btu lock, as the story: of snake seeing would not or different to interest them espec- \\0 k""I' full ?i j

11M.. trustee and for himself (Bullock) in be given much credence.Packer.Sick ially or compensate them for the time r\ LOOK FOR I

the sum of ?J,047 as the balance of and expense of visiting it. It is a \t THE SEAL oldjoe'Old I
of Anthony, was
)Ir. J. I). Ifcwfcte, for the northeast Headache.
the purchase price
great mistake. Those who visited the -

a I HMM* gills at our sanctum yes-ther..Wy quarter, west half of the southwest "For several years my wife was Chicago exposition had then before Velvet fit !

IM.. y. sad btoldeutally praised quarter and east half of the southwest troubled with what physicians called them an exhibit of the world's advancement -

.AII1hR i of the Ocala Banner. quarter and the east half of the north- sick headache of a very severe during the previous cen- : Old McBrayer, : I

rw _II vWl t n O ald of Dr E. T. west quarter of section 2, township character. She doctored with several turies. Those who saw that exhibit

Ate,. ,.. sD rr bore and throat 15 south, range 19 east, in Marion eminent physicians and at a great and visit the St. Lauis exposition will : Mark Rogers :1

TkLim will be Thursday only to grow worse until she
-C Florida that complainanthas expense
not only see the advancement of the I) .
Iosteatttt" hotel. was: unable to do any kind of work. Old Charter -
) ;
land for
., a vendor's lien on the About a year ago she began takingChamberlain's world during the past nineteen centu- /d Ii

F Mr. ids' Alton Burford, who is the above amount and unless the Stomach and Liver ries, but they will also contrasting

Naval is paid within ten days the and than ,; p 5 Mt. Vernon, I I
...=... the United States same Tablets today weighs more the exhibits here with those of Chic-
will be is ordered sold by P. H. she ever did before and is real well,"
..11.., at IwHauopolis property NetsLondon ago see in what part of the world the G ., t
Cascade and
E. of
1.f Nugent, special master at Ocala.- says Mr. Wright advancement has been made
rift about September greatest .. 1
k... oM a New York. For Sale by the
Jacksonville Metropolis, Aug. 14. Store. especially the progress made in all I. ,

i f )fr. R. J. Knifht, Dr. 0. N. Davis, Anti-Monopoly Drug m lines of industry, art, science and education Other High :'

i eke Williams and maid, Mrs. Change ol Firm. At The Big Fair.
during the past eleven years.
wIkllot, ud MrA. .\. Wyfln' of Have this day sold to Mr. H. B. it-. Louis Lang, firs Felder Lang, "In the Transportation building at Grade Whiskies.

l l..a tow' have been visitors to PhiP'ps a one half interest in my con- ; Miss Kate Lang, of Dexter, and Miss
St. Louis the principal exhibit is the .

.rt-1 Oorh t' 1..a& week. tracting, painting, paper hanging and I Cora Griffin, of Anthony, are in St. automobile exhibit, something not Headquarters for .i

real estate business, so from this Louis the great LouisianaI
r I tll noting better for liver de- inspecting thought of eleven ;years ago. Anotherone -
constipation thant'h.rtato's date the business, which was formerly chase Exposition, and are enjoy- : Anheuser-Bush Beer :
,,-,, in the transportation building ,
Stomach and Liver conducted by me, will be continued ing themselves immensely.Mrs. .

,..... -L. F. Andrews,Deg Moines, under the firm name of Sternberger which illustrates the marvelous pro- Bottle and Draught.
I' Iowa. For sale by Anti-Monopoly & Phillips.J. Edward Badger, Airs. S. Potts gress of eleven years is to be found in i "

m Eagleton and daughter, Margaret, the Pennsylvania railroad and Baltimore -
IMvg Store. STARR STEXBERGER. II Write for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. \',- f
Mrs. Godfrey Moyers and son, and Ohio railroad exhibit. In
_ I;. Priest bought flock ofrtwpwme Ocala. Fla., Aug. 24, 1904. I
Major and said to us George, left Tuesday for Jackson- the first there is a locomotive engine want your trade and will guarantee to give KUktfadk l
Brown who has been off ville from which place they will today resting on the track of the railroad,
odds the Mr. Abe ,
tHe other investment day it he was has by ever made. for several months enjoying life at go to St. Augustine to spend two and equipped with a machine that i OC LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS, :

best tests the pulling and speed of
r' in theflitwood the World's Fair and the famous weeks.FOLEIONEYANDTAR.
who handle sheep J
Everybody the engine, and at the same time es-
country tell thesame story. water and mountain resorts, is home : OCALA FLORIDA
timates the amount of coal consumed
is in Chattanoogaand
Mrs. Brown
They are money makers and oughtto again.will remain until fall. Curd Pr. 'S F'.eul"onlaII per mile to each ton of load, thefI t...................
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F PRESSED BY THE JAPS I Coaling Privileges Same.Win Net B. Allowed .

PAYS DEATH PENALTY, HER NATIVE LAND London,Aug. 24.-It Is understood by f .\

the Times, according to a London dispatch
of the Fortress Now Seems
to The New York Times:, that

Imminent Riddled by Bullets and His Hrs. Maybrick, Released From Instructions have now been sent to the

governors of British colonies and dependencies
CHAIN FORT" IS Body Cremated.HIS Prison, Returns to America.
CAPTURED. that they shtll not allow 4 y.. t This is the disagreeable

coaling privileges to the belligerent

Army .f the Mikado May Soon Have VICTIM GIRL OF THIRTEEN. ARRIVES AT NEW YORK CITY fleet, affording the seat of war or positions z.
old fashioned
i Possession of the Russian Gibraltar on the line of route with the y

Georgia Mob st Ceelartown: Takes Summary Was Booked by Red Star Steamer object of intercepting neutral iMps
jpe Preparing to Celebrate /
Fall of
Vengeance Upon the Assailantof Vaderland From Antwerp as Rose on suspicion of carrying contraband. way to make bread.UNIVERSAL .

: Fortress. Such a fleet is not to be
t permitted
a Little Girl Near that Place. Ingram to Avoid Annoying Observation ,
London, August 23. to make use m of
-3:25 p. m.-.- any way any port
The Evtntog News this afternoon pub Cremated at the Stake. of Fellow Passengers or roadstead or waters subject to the

lUhed a dispatch from Che Jurisdiction of his majesty for the .
Fco under purpose
Cedartown. Ga., August 24.-The New York, August 24.On board

today's date announcing that the Japan : jrgy of lynching; was enacted here the Red Star liner Vaderiand, which of coaling directly from the hore

*** captured -Chain Fort" t>f the last night! with all its revolting feat arrived today from Antwerp, was Mrs. or from colliers accompanying the
Port Arthur defenses fleet, whether vessels of such fleet ii.:
yesterday, after ures. Florence Chanlers Maybrick, recentlyrelease.d
a tremendous present themselves at the same time
Jim Gloves, the negro who outraged from prison in England.Mrs. .

Che Foo, August little Levia Reeves paid every penalty Maybrick was entered on the or successively.
23.-Noon.-According It is also ordered that the same practice BREAD MAKER
his crime known to or passenger book as Rose Ingraham, a
to advices revenge
brought here from be pursued in reference to ein-
torture.He name which she took from her great-
Port Arthur by a Junk the Japanese gle belligerent ships of war proceed
was tied to a tree and shot almost grand parents. This precaution was / /,
vtre boUy
pressing the Russian center ing for the purpose of belligerent operations .
to pi&23s and his riddled body, not designed to evade official Inquiry, 7/c'
along the railroad and the Rus- as above defined. This is the new and '
lisa right la the dragged a ESD from town to the canter up-to-
vicinity of Golden Vessels putting in on account of actual 's\\

k Inn Tbes advices are brought by of the city and burned to ashes distress at sea will receive sueD date way. You do not touch
on the most conspicuous of Main r 4
Chinese who departed from Tal Ping spot succor as usually is extended in such

L T**, which U a mile from the city street Fully in 2,500 the very heart of the city. cases In accordance with the recognized the dough; takes just 3 _. .
people witnessed his
sear Golden Hill between the city usages of international law.
sad the forts of death as best they could in the bright A minutes to '
: the Russians' right proclamation on these lines already thoroughly mix ;
wtag. Tb moonlight and a mob of crazed participants ,
Chinese declare that the 1 has been issued by the governor
Japanese occupied Tal Ping Tse and whooped and sang as the of Malta. and knead with this machine. -s ,
body fried and
peaetratftd along the
railroad to Gen.
oral StoeU residence on Aug. 21. The negro's victim was Levia, theyearold t fii CANADA'S WHEAT YIELD. Why don't you try one.

13- daughter of Abner Reeves,
AJ this i
report export would Indlttte
a promineet farmer, who lives about Make life easier. We sell
that Port Arthur had all but fallvra It Is Estimated at Slxty.Flve Million

the Japanese export attached to 1% miles from Cedartown.The Bushels. them on trial and the '
Uu Local cumulate received the inforstation crime was committed as the little ; I Montreal, August 24.-A Canadian r

with great res "e. The LagnaAtiott girl was carrying a cow to a pasture Pacific official estimates the wheat right !
about a quarter of a. mile from ;,
{ U accepted, however, asa : her home. yield for western Canada at 65.000.00C

eoftfirmatien of the previous reports bushels. I i t..

flat the Russians have been drives The assault was a most fiendish one, Three and one-half million acreswill r

from IttAoaa and that the Japanese and the wonder Is that the little girl be harvested this fall. $2.25 il

close escaped from the clutches of the negro I .. Reports received from 70 out of 95 '
art ten to the southern torts \ tins Jl YBlUCX. N
ui the defoo&ej with her life. About thirty minutes elevators in Manitoba and the north* 'iN

71. local JapaneM under the lead. before the crime the negro passed the I but merely to avoid annoying: observation west territories Indicate a damage Sold ExcluslvelybyHwbbard -

.*Alp. of the cu jut are subscribing house of Mr. Reeves, who had goneearly on the part of fellow pass en from rust of 10 per cent In Manitobaand

.... a&4 to a mill and the dog In hU gers. While she made no secret of practically none at all .in the
preparing to celebrate the I I.cte4 .
Mf. fall of the fortress.Tfe yard made atthe passing negro and her presence on board aid appeared northwest' territory. In the seiaralstations & Macduff

the little girl had restrained the frequently about: the decks and saloon
Catee no arrived today fur- ,ant heard from, 39 reported M, ,

fear rtportAd taat a Russian, warshipvt m l. ,A few minutes later the girl very few were'aware' of'her Identity. damage at all; ,16, report 'only. 'Hgtl c.:: _W

kit by steil recently and sunk left with the cow for the pasture,' She is '&ocomp .n ed by Mrs. and Mr. damage, and IS reported damage tAOmDeli

la tfe. hater A repeat wu cabled! and was overtaken by the negro at.tha Samuel V. Hayden. Mr. Hayden la 15 to 30 per cent._ _

Mveral days the lot.. ,She,started home, and the negro her attorney Theestimate of 65,000,000' oe
ago that, gunboat oiIM I
Xvsjtoi bad been suck. TtlaN : followed her both, hastening theiretepsre Mrs. Maybrick refused to be interviewed it the came as that tha Bsnto

ptalably I the meal referred to. The,, negro ,raked fur jf her but gave out. the following e ns' association,a wek-ego. .,

mother had any eggs and better statement:

It War. Office E.ftCcurled. for sale, and tried to engage the girl "I regret that the state of my health DEATH OF COLONEL_ MACH6M. 1h Preei1vationtl :
httnbwl August 23.-12:33: .e
oonveaeatiom.'P'a11ingin well
In as as business reasons 'preventrIiT "-
9. II.eapU. the popular feeling that
hrt Artiar U doomed the success this, heilaiUy jumped at talking to my'friends of the"' Ain'e51 Prominent Railroad Man Hat Pasted : :

W 4U vaUh Utute&aoi General Sto her wiring her by the throatdragging and loan \ ,at this time as I should ,Away-111,for Many Month"" ,,
a'd k. beta beating off the JapAfleee her' across the comer of. a like To thtm and to'my fellow countrymen Brunswick, Ga, August 24.7olone2iE.
i .*..ql lt and the heavy losses eotton field and Into, a dense .oom- and women I am deeply md C Machen.. well known as a railroad .

\ patch. He choked the helpless .vic. ed for their effort la my behalf and builder, his latest work De lag
f d the
er by besiegers offer considerable
A tim Into Insensibility: after, throwing rtata thli'methGd of expressing my the erection of the Brunswick ands Blrminghanu
to the ofTLrt
encouragement war -
Ice.i her to the ground and, accomplished everlasting gratitude as well as words which, was only a ftw-day*

hla awful deed. The negro.left.In can and also to thank them for their ago sold to the Atlantic and Birmingham
U a limit beyond which
hurry, and: after regaining: amedoos- congratulations on my release, whichI. died at his country home, ..AvoeaVilla OF YOUR STOMACH

pPt Srd eaa&oi go, no matter how gal- ness, the girl began,to cry and ecream regret I have' not been able, personally 3 miles from this city Monday .
,. said an officer of the general
and this attracted the attention of he to acknowledge. afternoon. IF YOU USE STIMULANTS
M&I this m ruinr. "A fifth of tharmy e
mother, who ran to her little daughter. "As my mother was not able to accompany Colonel Machen has been ill for sev,
before port Arthur 1* a small
The scene that met her horrified me, I came over under the oral months with a complication oi f .
Unit of the loss
enemy's up to date.
gaze was heartrending. The girl protection of Mr. Hayden, my attorney diseases, his nervous system being entirely
"If the storming operation, which lit&dtntood
was almost unable to move, and hex and Ms wife. out of order. Colonel Machensince
it now progressing, falls to
hat ]lay several yards from the spot "I ani assured by my English physician : retiring to, private life has been
gift them a foothold In the ring of inter Demands
where she lay. The ground showed and by Dr. Warmer, of Washington living at his pretty country home. Ha a high stan

defftuMM. the Japanese will b e evidences of a struggle and the weeds D. C.. who prescribed for me during has been in ill health for some time, .
8tpette4 by sheer exhaustion to stop
and corn were mashed down. The the voyage that quiet and mental but not 'until a few months ago was
aril recuperate, while awaiting add! dard of JSC A)
clothing of the child was bloody and rest will. In time, restore my health. he considered to be very ill. The Whisky.

ttical rtiaforetmtnts. and I, personally torn. Her neck was red and scratched "It is on the advice of my counsel body will be shipped to New York and

taftthtr with some of my col- as was: her face, and In less thanten and my physician that I have traveled will be Interred at Woodtewn cam
l.agpee will abandon the Idea of > Incognito. I cannot the The Strauss brands of
minutes her throat was swollento express tery, that city.
.ee.ral ae*auit and settle down to of
deep joy and thankfullnesswith
,an enormous size. She was carried
ttgelar .>. operation. Starving
( to the house, and Drs. J. A. Lid- which I return to my native land. To Consecrate Biehep.s .

Mt tit garrison 1* less brilliant, but dell and W. A. Chapman, two of Cdartown's e At the earliest opportunity I shall vi ; Wilmington N. C., August .-II i Whiskies will help
tt U .Kt effective of reduc you
d as away
It birthplace Mobile Ala. andalso
most prominent physicians my has been officially announced that Re .

tag a fertrtM The Japanese purpos were sent for. Norfolk_ Va., my home during my Robert Strange, D.D., of Richmond

la nttfctef matters has doubtless been The news was carried to the store married life. I now believe, as I always Va., will be consecrated as Bishop coadjutator > to do it and save
la rtea section of the southern you
a have, that God will, in His ,
of Van Devander Bros., where the own of the east Carolina dioo see

tray and tetble It to co-operate with nearest telephone was reached, and time, right the great wrong that I at St James church this city, on AU
t&. araiea in Maehuria. "
the report spread throughout the city have suffered. Saints day, Nor. L The movementto None better
TW ftaval erltlc of the ViedomostiVaWly money,
in a few minutes. have the induction of Dr. Stranga

expreeeed the opinion that the Men mounted horses and seized bug AT WORLD'S FAIR. into the Episfopal office performed b1
Part Arthur would U
squadron Comm -
gies and bicycles and went to the the archbishop of Canterbury in Boston >
aa act ef folly if It went out now Russian Section In Art Palace Opento "NEVER
home of the crime, and within 30 during the triennial convention, POUR

|It 44i : "Although a portion olAtoiral minutes over 200 people were on the Visitors. was given up, as it was Dr. Strange'!

Ouktomskjr's ships are infitltutf ground offering their assistance and St .Louis, World's Fair Grounds, August desire to have the ceremony take place BUT THEY REIGN. "

trim, including at least thPffMVlt Joining in the chase. The fields and 24.-The Russian section in the here.

Poltava. Sevastopol and Pal woods were scoured, and a negro was Art Palace which contains one of the
lala. tt would be futile to attempt tofcrvak
most elaborate displays of fine arts
few Dr. Glenn
met by a men coming to townOB II Takes Charge.

tfcroufh Admiral Togo's strongHaw the road, making his way west at the exposition, was today thrown I Dahlonega, Ga.; August 24.-Dr. G.
Strauss' 76 Fern Hill Strauss
The squadroa would be lost to visitors. Rye Royal Reserve
to the Alabama state line and the open R. Glenn, the new president of the ,

arts,"t prop to IYt Arthur. Ouktdtttky mountains across the line. The men Three famous Russian art associations N. G. A. college has arrived in Da

would do better to dismantle had not heard of the ssault, and, ol have made valuable contributions lonega with his family, and will hat

%U guitf and HOeS his men ashore course, did not attempL to arrest the to this section. I once begin preparation for work In his Cedar Brook W H.
TU Genera Stoe One of the McBrayer
mould reinforce fugitive. most interesting gall m' new field of labor: He will occupy ,

eel to tht extent of near 1 heavy and Polk lea in the section is that containingthe the "Nannie Martte" house Park
superior court would have ;assembled on .
W> light guns, and 6,000 men. Then this morning In fall session, spring exhibit of the academy of street. The doctor Is full of enthuslasm

SI fet wont come, the thtps could tx but the news of the outrage completely Russia.arts the Another oldest art feature association of:this: In and is looking forward to a largf Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, Queen Anne Scotch,

section attendance.
teak"Japanese demoralized the, court and jurors ,
Valor.A and witnesses Joined In the chase ,la a large plaster statue of Count
while pall Tolstoi. Confession Was Untrue.
.t.Ulctal Journal
without thinking of court or anything
heroic defenders ot Birmingham, England, August 24.-
t tritutt to the else. The people have never been Pilgrimage Sour Mash, Planter Rye,
not withhold prafelf Franz Schneider, the man who
FuH Arttw. does GO! stirred by an Incident in the history Filed Motion to Quash Service gave
ttt tstraordlaary talor of the Jap himself up to the police here Aug.:
of the county. Denver, Col., August 2t.Attorneysfor
It 19. charging himself with stealing .
tare Wtttgtr says papers -
Ntltitr rate of cannon shots Miss Genevieve Phlpps have fileda "from a person at Southampton, Maryland Rye Sharpe Old Harvest Corn
Explosion Heard for Miles.St motion in the district court to quash ,
waU of UayoaeU nor earth strewn believed to be F. Kent Loomis, has
Louis August 24.-Before .
daylight the E-erT1oe of the summons for a divorce
can arrerf Informed the police that his alleged
*Ufc putrlfylag corpaet
the gates of St. Mary'sroir rewr- suit Instituted by Lawrence C
z tltlf tUbbocn a *aulu." confession was untrue aid was made r
were blown up by dynamite. The Phlppe. It Is contended that '
- 'n.,. U9 1. Dumber'of veiled !In? simply to obtain shelter, as he ii
.of the explosion was heard for ,
report '
was nevr proper personal service on
both the newspaper dlfataata broken down in body and mind.
: %H aU9Qf la miles. The buildings hard irate ah alp '
MM Phlpps, and that there are errors
i from 1 tao Yang and at head- &
' ea and some windows were broken. Intense tn.too. summons l itself which render it STRAUSS CO.
; .,art ra here that General Koropatr Strong Campaign To Bt Wa| d.
- : prevails, but ertry Invalid. This pleading will serve to
lea tl preparing a diversion against Waco. Tex., August 24.-The Prohibition
precaution has: been taken to prevent the
prolong case a.few'days, and will
the dl state convention met':here this
tkamt Karokl. to present \
" a flood., There are many who consider put :off, the time; when Mrs Phi pfi W. WHOLESALE & RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS.
t plck o( rtlaforcementa to aid the atl morning. George Carroll,of &
the reservoir a' menace to. surrounding will go Into the merits of the cace.Qopua .
-1 ck Port Arthur. The Novae mont, candidate for rice president aaOCALA
I' YMmya eooalder that the principle! farms.H&JdNMe N. Y.. August 24.-Horniergeerctary the Prohibition national ticket,,is present FLORIDA

attitude err afro u! Residence: Burned. of the Treasury.John G. Car. A state ticket will be nominaitd
.t tat Gitae
" ":' coatend that the Chinese are Decatur, Ala.., August 24.-At an hale, who' spent the night at Rose- tomorrow, and a strong,1111!

a.4 of preserving neutratty earl,'hour fire of uulmown origin deatro1ed count aa the guesv of Judge Parker, be waged. W. D.,,,Jackson, of.WW, ico T ..

F ,.tt* tecapable :the handsome residence of E.JL returned to New York today. Neither] and "Cyclone"' Davis art proalnently

tldlftf!otherwise could Japanese war.c .' Albea.,'on Tine street The loss be,nor:the judge'would say anything mentioned as candidates for govern NEW PAXTON HOUSE
How ,
of.the,purpose or results of their conference
about ins
,with LOOO nr
will $2,500
at was
j tater Catoe port which was almost ,.unbrokenUioughoot Well Known Writer'De'ad.N .

that the United State Is got pa ance. ':.The bouse was occupied by last evening. The candidate W York, August 24,-Mrs. Caroline A COMMODIOUS HOME LIKE HOTEL.
Chlnima and family. Mrs. Willis)
:: eierTt the neutrality of 361xWWillis Ross Ely, well known writer is Roon for
to i believes the house was set on 1* now being flooded! with ti as loa. The American torpedo lara she before music and marches, waltzw, dead at the home of her daughter 'on Table Unexcelled. Every AUeatloa ,. Guests
heard something
olJara&wt she
Chauncey a pursuit ire u
boat destroyer torpedo boat turns out tc tat/flames were discovered. two-steps and parodies upon familiar oil Riverside drive. She was 70 years H2S. E. H. PAZTOlf, One aad Prsprlettt.

tttt ecngs are in almost every mall WHITE PRIM S, FLORIDA
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I THE UNIVERSITY! OF fLORID that the university is approachingher i, ..,- .... .. I O: TO RUSSIAN avoid'00.. international ThJ will be complication done primarily and U H BIG NEW ORLEANS -4;

:ojf ... of reducing the
educational problems with the .,I ,, "f. will have the effect
highest motives and with the highest I h .... :.!'x.. .,,,t";',,. I Russian strength bthree strong uolts FAILS"H.
A Strong the "Mm rr..
motto. I ....-- '-' .. ;,-'ft. # I Kl.t but the Russian authorities consider COTTON FIRM'
For the Place"Lake I : that this will be offset by the avoidance

City, Aug. 23, 1904. Dr. Sledd, the new president, be- J'J.(I : I II of the 1l)u1bJ. cap u. .: ol the ves- _

To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. lievies that to achieve the highest ;:. >. Occurred at Cjrrch of iba Pete eels named by the Japanese. F. Pace & Co. Itakfe to Hfft

and best results in education the 'T ;;; : '.\ Advices received hue from Saigon
t' -"" !" '
The board of trustees of the Univereity ) ,. hdi' Pahce.
,. \\t how, contrary to previous announcements For .r".
educational system must be groundedin .. t.s '... ,.\\\. ";.
of Florida, on the nomination of -""' rI .. that the Diana is in a very bad --

: the president, Dr. Sledd, have elected sound morals, and he has adoptedfor I J t ttfJ' .\,\,'.\.:.(. \.'..."r'j'I t, WAS MOST IMPOSING CEREMONYProtesiicn : Condition. She has one large hole !in THE COTTON M AUK IT .URP..ID

the motto of the institution over '.:.. .... "\ ., ", .1 aar hull below the water line. Her --
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fl the following gentlemen to fill the which he presides: "Sound morals ...,.,j,In.........P.,",....'.. ....\t I cf G.iced Cessnas Accom> < injuries will take weeks to repair. This Large Firm In tM Cr....**K 6% Ht

vacancies in the faculty of_this! insti- the basis of good citizenship." Our I I ., :.y'f.'J'jo".. ...;.. ;=,..i"\\-. '.," paned! Infant rTince From Alexandra would have permitted an extension of Announced Its lnftMy M tatot fe*
tution \I- .::." ''!;,' .'. .' liar sojourn in a neutral port beyond
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people need not, therefore entertain *: i V.uj! to'h re Ceremcnici tain Deund..Ftu.g Tfcf*** taM

Professor of chemistry, Edward R. ., : --.t:&w&V : : : : the 24 hours which expired yesterday,
I Cccurred. I
any fear lest in the cultivation of I : but it is foreseen that the repairs I Wildest Confui+'M.New ", .
Flint, B. S., Ph. D., M. D. Professor the intellect the moral character of I \\ M1,1.'s-r ',: 1't"\Lii'' /: .. 'I;'I ;. St. I et..rsturg, August 25.-Tha would entail such a long stay that it: OrleaBa AtHRMf *.-..... _

Flint received his B. S. degree from I their sons may be neglected or over- I \ t! c:.!. teL...9 ui ue her to the Rus- possible that the questions affecting; ton market reN..*. .... of Hw ...

the Iassachusetts Agricultural College looked, but they can rest assured vW7// I st:1i i th:,,m look place this morning tie neutrality of the port would belikely'to eat surprise to ttt fctMcjry U* SS

his Ph. D. degree from the University that in their state university the Dost \ : f at the church of the Peterhoft palaci i arise and therefore Russia is I Ing ''a..ttD U*" 4M*.. ...

of Goettingen and his M. D. / : / I with impciing ceremonies. A procession disposed to dmm: the Dlaaa aM L afttr the opiate, tfct w'.U kaw ...
,. careful and the most ample provision J7J thereafter will remain at Saigon during
of g.ided coaches accompanied .....
I of II. F I'afe & cu pus** a
from the Harvard '
Medical School I is being made for the development of .J ..'/'1IPHILIP '... ./ the infant prince from the Alexandra the war. to the efltecl that it..*ss .. *Ml<. .S..

after completing the four years' I ; village to the church. After the metropolitan The final determination In the mat
their sons in body, mind and morals. I further calls for agit l', I* UMM

course. The object of the university is not to WEIXSEIMCT.N : : of St. Petersburg had admin-- ter has not yet been taken. but the time the market tMMifttf to N *.*.!.
[ .w York labor leader accused of takinj istered the sacrament to the heir the tendencies are strongly as Indicated.
Professor of Mathematics, Karl bribes. almost aa tpifct M jr *lSr't .M*
ProfesJbr make mere educated males, but to ] emperor invested the latter with th3 It is expected thrt the action to betaken et was active but oa taw rw4tec .l

Schmidt, A.1.., Ph. D. I develop and steady and strengthenall "We are sick and tired of things insignia of the Order of St Andrews. at Shanghai and Saigon will relieve I this notice the tint WM throw* MM

Schmidt received his A. M. from that which is good and to check you are doing. We are just about Immediately thereafter the ringing ol the cases of international significance I the wid *t coBfMtaB *4 !. M .IIU.

Harvard ready not to stand any more of it. We church bells of saluteof and practically! close them.
and the
University, and his Ph. D. all that which is evil in the nature firing a prIces ,oared AI Ua4if ..fT411

r from Marburg. lIe spent five have no us? for these tactics. 101 guns announced the completionof to buy ootto U> prefect thII-IMS
and disposition of her students, so as Weisemer made a heated reply, crit WOMEN HAVE FIGHT.
the ceremony. October and IM'i* b.c wfttta I ....

in graduate study in mathematics. in to turn out a body of alumni who will icising the man severely. He calledon Both Peterhoff and St Petersburgare --. ute's time up Si to U p'iiIMs.

the Universities of Berlin and Mar I be men first and then educated men. the union to put the bees plumber lavishly decorated. There will Mrs. Sharp, of Williamsburg, Attack I the confusion about tfc* rtaf .*. .

o. burg. I I As has been well and wittily said, out. which was done. The man how. be illuminations tonight Miss Ida Farris. the greater MAVM tto totiiMU Uw

Professor of Entomology and Geol- ever called a number of his friends Knoxville, Tenn., August 25.-The Page people bad hi UM .>...< WM
"The three Rs without morals
begeta and returned to the hall. He again Czar Issues Manifesto.St. town of Jellico, near here, was the unknown. They hw bMi .. of tfef
ogy, E. H. Sellards, M. A., Ph. D. "
fourth-rascality. shouted at Weisemer: Petersburg, August 25.Theczar scene of a sensational episode. Irs'l heaviest operators MI UM atovt Mi

: Professor Sellards received his mas- But the university proposes on the "We will have no more of this Parka today issued a lengthy manifestoon James G. Sharp wife of the I of the market for MMM UM bit H

ter's degree from the University of basis of sound morals to develop good business from you. If you want to I on occasion of the christening ol wealth attorney of the Williamsburg. I has been generally ttpKH tiMt tMr

Kansas and his Ph. D. from Yale. citizens of cultivated intellectsand run the Union into the ground gc the heir to the throne. It is Introduced Ky., circuit, came down from Wil- transactions were proAUM a4 M* '"

higly ahead and, do it We will get out"I by the following message to the liamsburg and went to apartments of t the slightest hint or MMpicta* te fever
lie had deal
of -
a god practical experience
well stored mental treasure Immediately there was a fight I people: ; Miss Ida Farris a young woman about been given out or Ml tftt Ifcay

as a geologist on the Kansas home. were struck and some of the men "By the will of God, we, the czar I 24 years of age, where a scene en were embarrassed or Itafcte to b<

geological survey. were roughly handled on both sides. and autocrat of all the Russlas czar sued. The advance of the !*.t Oy w t.*

I Professor of Mechanical Engineering Something Big For Jacksonville.: The boss plumber with a number oi I of Poland Grand Duke of Finland, etc, Miss Farris wh9 was formerly Attorney howefer had been wild sM wl.. ...

Jacksonville Fla. Aug. 24 1904. his ship's followers and members oi L to faithful Sharp's it 13 generally rippoee4, .isitt4. .e
M. T. Hochstrasser, B. S., M. E. -announce our subjects that stenographer, was according
To the Editor of the Banner: the union left the ball and went to th!I on this the day of the christening ol to authoritative information, resources of the firm The |....,..

-. Professor Hochstrasser received Mr. James Holloman, secretary of building where they started to work our son and heir, the Grand Duke attacked by Mrs. Sharp and severely estimates of the Interest ef tto k.

both of his scientific degrees from the again. Alexis Nlcholaaevitch, following the handled. The engagement it is said in the market rarje all tfct *if
the Trade Carnival Association left
Georgia School of Technology. promptings of onr heart, jte turn to I was concluded by Mrs. Sharp dashing 50,000 to 100,000 bale

I Director of the Business Depart- today for Chicago, where he will be Party of Floridlar.s to Take in the Big our great family of the empire and a bottle of turpentine upon Miss The firm is comtxd of H fld$.

j joined by Mr. George W. Wilson of Fair. with the deepest and most heartfelt Farris. A diamond ring worn by Miss: sen Page William A. Br. .*.. Alftttf
ment, E. R. Dickenson, LL.B., M. F. Page.
the association pleasure, even amidst these of Farris Is said to have been claimed
and the two gentlemen There will be crowd of loridiansleave : times by I
vAccts. Professor Dickenson received a jolly Just before noon Mr! Pit BBfcM a
will be in conference at the national struggle and difficulties bestow Mrs. Sharp as having once been be J
his LL. B. from the Jacksonville on the nightof'September statement He uk: 1 1I
of the
University them own ring. and it !
I upon. some gifts of our roy. was taken by the irate *
South at Sewanee and his master of Parke House, Friday and Saturdaywith 7th for the great St. al favor tor their greater enjoymentIn wife. !j 'It is merely a case of ttap n.rt

accounts degree* from the Washington several of the leading managersof Louis exposition. This party will be their daily liTes.. ,J Mrs. Sharp and Miss Farris are said j'' to suspension say that of the tmaioeei obllfaUosa! sad of I aa tat I'4 IN'

amusement and enterprises in the The various benefits bestowed on to have previously had some troubleat
personally from Jacksonville
Business will be
College, Washington, D. met dollar for dollar Wt
west.It many classes are then enumerated at Sharp's office in WUHamsburg.
C. He has besides several other busIness to the big fair by Mr. Walter I have only a alight interest In ta* .w
length. One of All
the most !mportanprovWo.ns parties are primlnent, and the
is the intention of carnival Orleans market
Hawkins our heavktl tst.reew
general agent of the Cen-
college diplomas. relates to the entire abolition affair created a sensation.
association to to Jacksonvillefor being in the New York aa4 I.Lavwp..I
tral of of
Georgia The route corporal
Railway. punishment
These gentlemen come to the Uni- among markets. The trouble wa .a..M4 lit,
this year's week of festivity, the will be via Macon, Atlanta, Chatta- the rural classes and: its curtailment in TRAGEDY IN KENTUCKY. our Inability to meet
versity of Florida with the highest raargla sans fa..

largest and best attractions ever nooga (Lookout mountain) and over the army and the navy. Liverpool, the advance ia that a*.,...
possible recommendations as to their The manifesto remits land purchase Resisting Arrest, Man Is Shot and
having been
brought east of the Mississippi river. the historic battle of the great durtag ta>* rut
character and to their ability in their grounds areas, which affects one of the largest Killed. few days. I can
attention cosMoaUf MI tfctf
Especial will be
-. several lines, and the authorities of given to civil war. The pleasure and comfort classes of the population throughoutthe Ironton, 0., August 25.-Marshal it will not be long before we will be

features that are usually high class I of each individual will be looked after empire. and its benefits are also Wollum of Rack county shot and killed actively
the university and the state at large : engaged In tHa.,.... Pst.*

: are to be congratulated the ad- and of merit. Nothing is too goodor by the genial "Walter," who is, by extended to estates In Poland. Harry Williams In Greenup county A peculiar feature of the .....,....
upon The general provisions of the Kaatucky, early today. is
to expensive for the Jacksonville manifesto that the office
: the of oeeupM lit r M F
one the most and
dition of this group of vigorous youngscholars popular Include an allround reduction in Hamilton Hurst companion of Williams Page & Co.
are directly ia4. I
carnivaL This occasion has become **
well-known railroad men in the south sentences for says he and Williams and other
to the teaching force of the L common-law offenses a offices occupied by Daatel J 8 tly r

state. With such men at the head of famous throughout the world as be- and gives life, zest and pleasure to general amnesty for political offenses, were returning from Ironton. -Williams Co.. the firm that made Hell a afa

ing one of the greatest amusement except in cases of was boisterous as he passed WoLlum's tacular
those who travel with him. He will I murder and the failure last sprtog.NEGRO'S .
her various departments, togetherwith education house and said he could not be \f
: weeks in the history of this country of the children of officers
the numerous very able mem arrange for Pullman reservations and I and soldiers who have been victimsof arrested. Wollum tried to arrest the VICTIM
and p MAY DIE.
people are attracted to Jacksonville whole
bers of the old faculty who still retain L accommodations in St. Louis. Anyone the war as well as assistance for party. j

their places, the University of Florida during the carnival, not. only desiring to join tms genial party such families as need it whose breadwinners twice'Williams both ran away. Wollum shot I Everything at Cedartown U Rtperltd .

from Florida, but from all of have taking effect, and Williamsfell :
parts will expedite matters fallen In the service of To Be Quieting Down. i
by dropping Mr.
may be expected to make rapid pro their dead after running about SO
the United States. It country. Cedartown Ga.
is confidently Aafvet
gress in the work of high and I Hawkins, a postal, 23-1 W. Bay street The yards.
of those
sum who
$1,500,000 is set were aeeid.
expected that not less than 200,000 Jacksonville Wollum is under Rtalljr atoll la
thorough education. It may indeed I Fla. from the state fund for the benefit of arrest. the mixup 'which occurred
visitors will be in Jacksonville duringthe --- at tfco I,...
be fairly doubted if any institution in landless people of Finland. The fines Senator Hoar ing yesterday are gettiag atottf ..y
carnival week,which begins Mon imposed on villages towns Resting Easy. nicely and it Is J
STRIKERS or111a.s of r tbowgat ...
-: the south can show a more com FOR AID. Worcester Mass., August 25.-A buL s "
day, October 24. They will be treat Finland for failure to elect representatives letin be entirely recovered. ;j
: petent, vigorous and consecratedfaculty L -- issued at 9 o'clock this morning
ed to a series of or serve' on the military The city and
entertainments and Butchers of re says: coamMltjr aw ....Ul
than that which is now pos Chicago Expect Financial I cruiting boards during the years-1902 ly quiet and no further
amusement exhibitions anyone of Assistance from Unions. "Setator Hoar had a comfortable tranMa to j
sessed by our own university. Cer- and 1903 are remitted; Permission la pected.: ,
which would be worth traveling hun Chicago August: 25.-President Don granted to night The trouble in his throat and The
tainly these are prepared to give the nelly, the leader of the who have left their!: lung has entirely disappeared. victim oft Ind.. a'lfllo- j
dreds of miles to see. Everybody in stockyards country without the He is assault is In
most thorough conscientious and I strikers returned from Indianapolis sanction of the still very weak and does not show I a PteotrfIRlJ........,
Jacksonville is talking carnival' The today after authorities to return within a year. I any increase and it is feared .... may ... to
p having made of
careful instruction an appeal to I strength. He is ]
;moreover, as high offices of the association are beehivesof : the miners' national organization fro I returning who are liable to military holding his own." It is stated that ate to daaftnwfi; :

and as satisfactory as is provided byany service must immediately hurt and the detalli of
industry, and the city and state is financial assistance in conducting the sent pre A telegram of sympathy. from Arch. the amtalttf 1
t other institution in the south. strike. Donnelly had themselves for service, but Finns: bishop Ireland of her assailant eaaaot ... pvMlatMM
received 1
getting advertised throughout the no definite who have evaded military was received by Rock- Tuesday
The people of Florida may well be reply from the miners when ha service will wood Hoar today. there were M sties thai 1 t
country as no other not be punished, provided anything uauwial
agency exceptthe left. He they pre I had oeevir*! '
proud of their state declared however that hI 9 j
university, and I sent themselves within three Regret is
carnival association can give. had months Emperor expreaao4 Uut the afaif '
every reason to William
they safely give it their anticipate: re of the birth of the Wants Big Race.
may hearty heir to the throne. occurred hut 'I'
ions to
yults from his appeal. I Berlin August*..*i ftig
: and cordial support with the assur: \lr. Geo. Burnside, of South Jacksonville President Donnelly conferred. with] "Certain classes of offenses ex- i liam before formally 25.-Emperor WIIi the inhuman creatwo that WM thfcause

ance that their sons can secure as sent The Metropolis lately a his principal chiefs and then hurriedto eluding bezzlement theft violent robbery and em offer of a cup to be competed renewing for his in : of It ail f

good and thorough and as advanced sunflower, which grew in his yard[, the regular., session of the Allied general, are of pardoned Finland and the governor 1 a transatlantic race awaited the conclusion little Every atttattkM to twtaf t<... 'M -

that is Trades' conference is directed of the girl IB t) e bept of MUgg \tt
a curosity for size. It board where be correspondence
instruction in measured to
our own .state institu consider what steps can be taken: now proceeding life.iNQUIRy.
tion as in any other institution in thsouth. fourteen inches in diameter andforty made a report. When asked"what ha to alleviate the lot of those forbidden between his representative and

feet in circumference thought of a settlement through the: to reside in Finland. the New York Yacht club, respecting
proposed action of the city council II "Fines imposed the rules that shall govern the con. COURT PtfAftft HITCH. J
Educational weighed ten pounds. This is only a the head of the butchers' organizationsaid on the Jewish communes L test Some points of differences
currents have for
several the cases of Jews remain
. sample of the products of gardens in:: he did not placfe much hope in it military avoiding to be settled but it seems likely Captain Seye He Watt WHale 7'vtht
years, had a northward drit, service are remitted. I
South Jacksonville, the fertile soil to He said he was not aware of any; "Persons arrested that a full agreement will be reached c.... ..... 1
and many Florida students have pur other pending peace effort. offenses punishable 1. by Sept 30.Walksfro. Savaaaah. Oa., Aofwrt J5 "
be found in a suburb of this city. by fines, imprisonment <'ptej't j
sued their educational career in insti- or con }UtCbT.4.yalt. .
.h.o '
finement n- I j!
--- in
a fortress without loss of fled of the I
tutions lying to the north of Mrs. mHigh Window. appohrtm of tfcr r- -
us. The Edward Badger, Mrs. Mary J. civil rights and who were still await of ;
In Tom Watson the Birmingham inqvirjr. said: "I
: people of Florida ow it to themselves Eagleton and little daughter, lef democrats lost ing sentence at the time of the birthof Ala., August 25.-W. T. gratified aaa eitn- t ;
a star of the first magnitude and we the heir to Council a citizen of Grove Hill, near that a com* of $sqair' .,.
to investigate their own institu- Monday for St. Augustine and will the throne are par Biralneham: waivo.i.nw.. .",.* -_ _, bees ordered. So (Barb baa
hope that like the prodigal doned. ?----- n- uut m a 'Vlnao .. ***> m;"J j
tion-and if it be found equal, and spend several weeks in "ye ancient son sometime "Political i I on the fourth floor of the opera house URH U..J U 8t.,... lad ioU "',,. 31 '
some day, he will return prisoners who have dis: hotel left
to his
and fell
perhaps superior to other institutionsto citye. tinguished themselves to the pavement to tri. 'hs t f

the north of Frank father's house. The reformation of by good conduct below without receiving serious than be ton re..!r __d ,., t .
us, their every patriotic James the brother of Jesse may on the interposition of the min ries. inju. a.
His ;
politics must be in and left ankle was aiIthetactabrog.h.a '
through the later dislocated .
I instinct, their pride of home James, has joined the republican democratic of justice obtain the restitutionof and he was carried to a hospital. This truth made know*. ;

.: and love of their own state should party the democratic party was altogether party. their their sentences.civil rights at the expirationof was his only bruise. It was "I am ****** ,. ?, __.itl.....,. At 1

and will prompt them to commit the to tame for him. FOR SALE.-Sixty head of Cattle, "Persons guilty of stated by the wounded man that he to the correctae* of tfc. eri.snd .If .

: of their. three Colts two political offenses was walking In his sleep and had been with the liffcu I had ,* ,.,.
care sons to their own insti Mares,. household committed within the last m- .
LABOR 15 dreaming
LEADER that .
INDICTED. years someone and Will
furniture. who have was attemptIng wIth dis... -Id....,..
tution. J. S. LEWIS remained unidentified to rob
: will him.Disastrous the 11DtoI J8d1lMM, 1
u be f"'e..1 ;
Those who are. competent to judge Accused of Using Sam Par 's Method 8-261m Irvine, Florida. no longer be subject to prosecution,

will testify that the University Of of Controlling Union. With its i fugitives while political offenders who are now Forest Fire in Canada. Returned from ....fl.......
pure lime and fine sand abroad
New York..August 25.-The rule of may apply to the min Waihlngtoa
Hamilton. ,
Out. Attfw
Florida is equipped with a first class ister. August 25.-A JI.--IMuh BMt
Ocala of the interior dis
Philip W&isemar, the labor leader under ought to be the place of all for permission to I astrous firs is General Chafe, ebtef of
and is provided in return to Russia.. raging on the side of the taf .fc-i
faculty indictment The
way extortion was others for the manufacture of sand. aanifearto mountain west of Hamilton. Brigadier OeMraI"'ID UIIn J
to give the best possible instruction strongly threatened today at includes: Two
a meeting lime brick. farm houses have been master geaeeal. rotaraH to W.
destroyed iiiaf
of the by
in every grade of work that it offers.: journeymen plumbers and gas- "Given at Peterhon on this, the 11th the spreading flames. The fire ton todar tram aa r io4i< untr .| 7
has :
fitters' union and the assemblage The Bartow Courier-Informant day of already inspect, :
Let the citizens of our state frankly broke is 1904. Nicholas." destroyed much valuable tim- whie OBbnwotf puew II
up in confusion and a fight the best tex. the northwest.
printed .
paper in South Flor- oa the rNwiav ,
Voluntary ..
DisarmamentParis *
and fairly compare their own institu- One member was thrown out and : !I _

tion with any other that seeks their Weisemer was told he was using Sao: >ida. It is a model in typography. August 24.-There is reason Another Victim of Wreck Recovered. -

Parks' methods to rule the union. Parker's letter to believe that a decision Is Pueblo Co o., August 25.-The certain building, wbleb Af.n. t. I r,.,
of about
and will have body
patronage they no acceptance will case
to be taken of L. B. Dunham him. Ho .... ..
Welsemmer this Vsthat *
providing -
who is one of the business be for the volun. city one of the
to be ashamed but rather given out Sept. 15. victims some of the
reason of
tary disarmament the Rio BHA were work
agents of the union, presided at of theRussian Grande wreck on there .t.,
to be of their j cruiser Askold Aug. 7, was found the coctraetow: bavto> ta4M -
every reason proud the meeting. He censured some of Big drop in and the torpedo boat in the Arkansas riy- them i
wheat-big rise in to do
er, 5 miles so.
: own university. It must be said, too, I I the men for returning to work on a ton. destroyer Grozovoi now at Shanghai, from here. The corpii At
and the Russian cruiser Diana at SaJ- was lodged agaiast a: SMS. boss a member, taM la b. th

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I SEVEN LIVES LOST V/ORK/ ''EN'S' STORE i SOPREKE: EFFORT I Say Alamosa Government Too, Colo Badly, Has August in Treated Past.22.-S'ena.Them !I:E. WE EAT MEAT 3z. I

To grow strong. Unless we
tor i. .../.. Pduciecu. ..i:;;. -at the request f ; rfD_ get
L 1: of tu :secretary ot i.nt interior, !StI god meat we may as well let
Flood Swept Through Town of
President Donnelly No Object is Now Taking of Pod i
Says went the it alone. There is
to reservation 01 th3::: South I !I .: 110 fctrengtb

,. ,, Globe, Arizona. Peace In Sight ; Arthur. era Ute InJians to intern'*, them on II I in tough iiit-ni instead of giving -
;: the proposition: of the puichase ot the J j
t j it uke
I ; % l'trl'lllrlh todiiiftt
.- 'j: country for the purpose of converting o & 4 it. It p.%)i'I' to i>f cnrefu! iu r

; Ottrt Aft Reported Drowned Whose "We Have a Trump Card to Play an: I. --- the section into a national park : buying tuett-b' sure to get
Battle Is Said To Be Now report., a cjjipiete failure of the I .
-' I N..M*. Were Nct Learned Telegrepfc It Has Been Drawn from the Deck' : Raging pro .,v'. &. ': I the be i-tender suit choke. t

: mmunicaticn Interrupts Which May Ee Final Test in tnt Ject.Th I i Pay a little' more if bred Le and
Says President Eutcher Workmen's senator says the Indians abso-

rf and Full Dttallt Unobtainable. Association. i i War Between the Armies of Russia lutely refuse to treat with the government -a i2. put something in yourntomachwhich

and Japan. because they dclare they have; i 51 ( will put Meh on your

t:. I'aju, Tx., Auf u.t ::.-even lives Chicago August 22.-"I see no peace Che Foo August :20.! -4 p. in.-M. H. been so badly treated in the past i:13.Ej .4- : a- bones and strout* blood in --
a1,1 were lust in the flood that in sight except on condition that the. Ijuin, the Japanese consul general at They informed him that in 183C they I IE.1S1. # -

i tW* ,>it tiruaxfe the town of Globe; Ariz, packers surrender and on unconditional : Tien Tam who arrived here today on had entered into a treaty with the i l .

L -urrouadlmg country. The known terms. When the people see the the British steamer Pachili and who government and sold certain lands and I EDWARDSBROS.Staihi art' report of last night's meeting of the had a conversation lasting 40 minutes the government agreed to bring water I a .

M N Mitchell, a Southern Pacific Chicago Federation of Labor they will with the commander of a Japanese I. on to their reservation. They declare !.5' 2 and 4 City: Market, Ocala, I'....

t ..rhl lat M4 Us wife. be astounded. We have a trump card torpedo boat destroyer which over : the government has failed to dc i a'E J

0 U Wltoo to play and it has been drawn from hauled the steamer off Liaotl promon. this. They also ctuiplain of the ra I clZ J .

( Cban" ... the deck." tory last night, says that today's bat tioris they receive. They told the sen

t John .,.., So said President Donnelly, of the tle, which began at daybreak, is direct. atcr that they would act as soon as -

M e. Hrd. Butcher \Yorl:ers' association today ed against the fortress itself. It is the government carried out the prom -

M ". : while he was directing his assistantsto taking place along the entire line. ises made in the treaty above referred
Ace.... tA* report of the con i to go to other cties and while he himself and it is a supreme effort to which to.SOLDIERS.

rtot who tiMintit tbe news of the dis- I is preparbg. to go to East St. the reccat battles were just prelimi-- ., ,. ......... .

A.(.-r at Globe, others were drowned I Louis to meet international Vice Pfes- nary contests. He added: MEET QUICK DEATH. :,. :\ :" i' r : r.27 .

_i.'.* tkoM ftaffi d in the forego. Ident Cass E. Schmidt whom Donnel.Iy "I firmly believe you can safely say -- ,. -- ; -. ..:.:..-. .., '.it'4:; ; ...

(M !it. b. their names are .not yet will send to Kcnsas City to look that Port Arthur will soon be in our Sitting en Top of Coach Against Or I ," :. .:- .:. : "":.. :. .'\ !:I.' "
ders They Are Killed. .(. : .': :, :\uy.. ...:.<." "" .
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Ufl DTIn ., .
I fter the labor situation there. hands. One after another of the:; out ;" 'r;;. '\ ..
Raleigh, X. C.. August 22.-Two soldiers .'.:/.{ : : : \
QlU '& .,. Globe and Northern .. "'I.r r ( >. ;\ "
have been .
er taken
by the .. '
., .J/.tT. I \
I' Action. ; :
Harrison's \
I Maycr members of the military company I .:,,, ." ILJ ".
tracks \. ,
railroad forI
were washed out Japanese, and when the latter have I. ,. ; '\. 't
I duuMt of three-quarters of a mile He declared the action of Mayor completed their preparations for the of Durham, were instantly killed : I/i, .ri':"! who !hastrr.i.i !ij'urif! 1 itaiv.r-: : \ \ ',\
breakers Friday while returning from the na bJ1//7/.p able existence, end take purges iad Trcraph! communication with Globe Harrison in ousting the strike: General I
'. grand assault Stoessels was '::-" I I.ihiLh gnpe ar.d rcck the bo el.;, * to tfttrrrapud. sad it is impossible I from the housing rooms ih the asked to surrender. tional guard encampment near Moore \ .\
as He refused. Now I i the Lver to do in duty
ret to leant full details from the I packing plants means quicker successto comes the final test." head City.Four ifW4'4ar/$ / : \\\\ ,
<*tiMer I the strikcis. Not since the. strike. : i soldiers-Burney Warren f LIVER PiLLS

.. QltrtM* .. located in a broad valley began has President Donnelly seemed Russian War Office Notified. I Bunch Johnson F. Cates and Will :Me {t1111? (, J.UA1DTOtHC PELLETS ; I Iii
Dade-were sitting on top of the coact li : !
so hopeful. He criticised the actionof \1 j
that fttopee towe to I'inal creek which St. Petersburg, August 20.-1:50 p. \
a'gainst orders. When within 2 mile mild in their action. The stimulate the j I
'are pillj
the teamsters in sending a commIt. nvertoii4Ji j
ern*'r* the mta street of the town. m.-The report from Che Foo that the \
of Goldsboro, on the Atlantic and t\\i\\ proper work ani the pellets larigorata the ';'!
tee into the"ards yesterday to make
Tfcr float
WM caused by a cloud Russians have driven the Japanese out Nature'which
North Carolina railroad, their heads In whole; m bhort, they both assist iI an a I .
hnwt at Pima. above Globe on Final '! an investigation. of the position at Palichwang whence l\VV3\\\VL; taedicise should do. Reneater thai 25tys d.-. for %;i
..ik j "I don't see what the teamsters expected they had been bombarding the forts j struck the covered bridge at Stone \ & / \\ t&jts ZA. Yea can bava a free 1.r.1p:. U '
to do." he said.r'If they don't creek. Warren and Johnson wen i \\ \\: t ,
i| of Port Arthur was received with con. I, \, :ft1 \ YOIl u 1. .
MARRIED AT DEATH BED. like this strike, let them go back to siderable gratification at the war of-1 I instantly killed"their brains bein X\ .ffi \ BROWN MFG. CO. /'I
dashed out. Cates is seriously injuredand :
I work. flee where it was regarded as evidence 1 J \ 1 '''. New York
Qftr Indian Cremony to Insure Pos. On the subject of action by the Federation that the defenders are strong enough I McDade slightly. The bodies did and Greeneviile.Tenn. W

union of Property. of Labor Donnelly was silent. to take the offensive when the occa- not fall from the train. \ 'PJ .

Petnrtt. Xtct.. August 22.-Slowlj l He'simply declared the report would slon demands. For this reason the i, The discovery of the accident wa ;',\." :. "': ....... "..- ,..: .u
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made by the dripping of blood put ''' : --::;;
.. sg aa4 scarcely able to make the I prove a sensation. war office is not inclined to credit th j '. ,.,.',:'-.-< -. -;'-:.'--:" trrl. ,.
"A national election is the windows the wind spraying it oi ....,' r"7, ., :' .. ,,;.
coming j ;
MIl"' utterance. James BahwetucliYeh I on, reports that the Japanese have .. ..
;.ry captured the soldiers inside. The dead bodies ,...., :... .:\.: ;/- .". 1v':'. :.;-/; :
rhtoftaln of the remnant of theObIpwa said President Donnelly. "The labor forts No. 3 and No.I, just beyond \ I <.::::'. :-: 1 > t" :;::: ;:::-;
and McDade: were taken to Durham :::
tribe. which still lives north : vote is too powerful to be ignored. As Nagousho Hill, 5 miles northeast .- .. .. ".
while Cates is in the hospital at Golds
II Biy City. Mkh.. has been married i, soon as I have seen Schmidt In ,Kansas of Port Arthur. Itis admitted that l

!. Martha G. Nab Shank, who acHlftC City, I shall go to Indianapolis. the possession of these forts would boro. I For Sale by Postoffice Drug Store.

.. to Indian ceremony has beenMi While I am away I expect to make render the situation of the besiegers STORM DID MUCH DAMAGE.One .

wife for the past 10 years. several spe ChG3." desperate.The I I

.*...< ch Yo h owns considerable "The mayor's action in declaring war office has no official infor Life Lost and Property Loss ot I '

>;;,erty lie II 72 years of age and that the packers shall no longer house mation from the fortress beyond Aug. $150,000. .: I. G RAe E.

14* wife la 55 With death near hei their strike breakers is the hardest 8, 9 and 10, which probably was sent St Louis .August 22.-Amore thoi' .

.f hit *MxU aad chattels.AJtheeh ident Donnelly. "The packers will boat destroyer Ryeshitelni although the tornado which descended suddenly I

the couple have married have no trouble getting the breakersout this is not admitted. This report over a small area in north St. Lquii j,

MMrtft. the legal ceremony was neeeteary. I of the plants and out of the yards. tells of the desperate characterof late yesterday afternoon was mad I Dealer In

h eait*e the law will not recMi ,: We will help them to do that if they the Japanese attacks, which con today by business men and others in [

*. a common law marriage be- need any help, and will see that the tinued practically without intermission terested in property in that vicinity. i Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FiooringC&ntngf

t.... ladtaac. It is told that the outgoing crowds are not hurt But for 40 hours. General Stoessels' reports In addition to die loss of one lift I and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

rlf teal ladian marriage was the great as sure as the sun rises, the strikebreakers of the assaults of Aug. 14 and 15 and the injury to more than 150 perSons i I Manufacturer of

eat *Tat of the times among Michi- will not be able to get back are expected at any hour. the damage wrought by the storn | Turned Ballusters
|tt Iid&aa to their places of work." is now estimated at $150,000. j ; Casings, Newels, Columns, Door aid]

Packers: Call Meeting. 'Mobilization of Reserves. More than half of that amount was j Window Frames, :Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

REFUSE TO ATTEND CLASSES. I Packers. affected by Corporation St Petersburg, August 22.-The Of. done to manufacturing plants the remainder I. Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

Counsel Tolman's opinion holding that ficial Messenger today announced the being divided berween ownen receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

Trouble In Model School In Philippine thousands of employes lodged at the mobilization of the reserves in four of residence property, more than 104'< sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
districts of the Poltava government, been less seriously
Section at World's Fair. stock yards must find accommodations houses having more or :
two in the Kursk government, two in :
It I Jttis. August 21.-The VisayM elsewhere called a meeting today at damaged. : 1
,.$ & U in number who have Swift & Co.'s to determine what ac the Tvor government, one in the Sa. On the east side in the Illinois towns :' --------- -. .-

toea studying in (he model school in tion to take. It was hinted before rana government, four in the Saratofl of Venice Madison and Granite City !I

the "'W..... section at the world's the meeting that attempts to abolishthe government two in the Astrakhan government. the damage is alsG greater than al "BffllCT 11 MO UNJ."

fair, refits to attend the classes in living quarter3 in the packing one in the Ufa government first supposed. Two lives weT lest ,2i

the future plants would be contested recourse five in the Simbirsk government, one in that vicinity and many propert]
in the Pcrim government, two in the suffered losses from2,0OG
owners ruu.aiag
Their action Is in a lett I/i
being had to the courts, if necessary.The Have you deculel on the kind
St. in the
Petersburg government one
( down to $50.
which ha been received by Mr
r packers declared informally be.
Volhynia government, three in the I 1 fertilizer you sire K<tf to m.t It'inot
M 8 Stow. from Miss Teresa Ram fore canvassing the situation that ,
Novgorod government, three in the FOREST FIRES STILL RAGING. %l i i I a que timi of !Isow MMI4, Init
..... a W-yesr-oW pupil of the school. they would contend Major Tolman is I
Pskov government, in the Arch. I
who had rad and taken umbrage at mistaken in the premises and Jhat the : what kind IV t t. .11 u MI nwtt U
Snowsheds Northern
Many Destroyed on
angel government and se'ven in the
tht portion of the folder recently primary placing of beds in the plants Olesk Pacific Road .. can he obtain*!. Von etm*! MMlkv ft
tewJ hy the Philippine exposition. does not change the character of the Seattle, Wash., August 22.-Five w 2 : mistake when you IW" WIlt .Ilt,
hoard deacribiag the villages and exhlhitu building any more than the killing of I .
Heavy Firing Was Heard. rious forest fires are raging in till fertilizers.UiEfhest .
of the Philippines at the world'sfair a chicken in a private home would ;, .
Che 20. 12:30 county. b',.
Foo August p. m.- r
la which the pupils of the schools cause evolution of a residence to a The steamer Pechili, just arrived, was The fires are destroying all the enofl T- } cah pri "
1ft clauJ'. at "little savages. j r rj slaughter house.SCALPED overhauled ai boarded by a Japanese sheds from Lester to Rurot and art :

REIGN OF TERROR OVER. |: IN AUTO ACCIDENT.- destroyer and five torpedo boats 6 spreading rapidly eastward to the (: : FLORIDA FEiillLIZER MFG, JOSIPUT,
portal of the tunnel.
miles off Liaoti Shan last night. An of. I Gilnesytfis., fla,
"$a4.t..,o Has Again Resumed ltS ficer from the destroyer staid on board The Northern Pacific has 50 met: i -
Rochester N. Y., Girl Undergoes Re. fighting the fire to save rr- road
UWaI Quiet St3te.Satiaaa !: for 40 minutes conversing with the prop

., O*., Aufust 22.-Reporubuusburo I markable Operation. Japanese consul to New Chwang, who erty.So I' -
New York August 22.-Margaret : intense was the heat from the -
u for Che Foo. .The
'fUlL and utiier points I I was a passenger
Dougherty, of Rochester, who was almost forest fires oa the Great Northen ....
: I.KO.W HU'K.: V. tot
..1.1: b ooMty tadlcAte that the reigr sounds of firing were so heavy occaeionally J.M.GRAlIAM,1'reidiit.
I scalped in an automobile acci near Wellington in the Cascade moun
< U Md U &t the people : that conversation was difa _
0 l IrrOf: W, !
dent August 10, is recovering at a ho tains, that the westbound overland
hatr .retinMd to their peaceful pur i cult: The Japanese explained thai I
here after undergoing a remark The First National Bank!
SUlts I II pital they were engaged in sfielling the Rus. train was delayed three hours. N

rhl: ttsaiM of the tragic events pi able operation, which resulted in the sian positions with the utmost vigor, I damage was done to the bridge oi -
of her scalp, which was torn
replacing ttacks at Wellington.
ttU "t" Is constant, however and: ,I from her head. preparing for an assault today towards i OF GAINESVILLE.The .

then are two divisions in Statesboro : The cuticle has already begun tc daybreak. Pechili tc | Kalispel, :Mont, Augus' ?3.-Foresi
thinking thai When the was permitted I
&" there! are should here have one offered armed I unite and the girl's hair shows such proceed on her course the firing was at fires still rage through this country Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

tbr military .d to tbe last and the signs of vitality that the success oi its heaviest and it was believed to indicate and there are fires in all direction! Capital . . . . . . . . . . ._000 00

"lataDoe beifcrtt a that the soldiers took j the operation is assured. ;I II the imminence of a general as from the city from Ito 3 miles wide Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . *!,.. OH
other I _
I II The fires near Marion, west of Kali
in* l tJt'lIt coarse aad that it was better I FIRST VICTIM OF SEASON. have been Does exclusively u tanking; IIIMU with fnviltUcK equal {A iMif Intfc II ...p
spell, doing damageand
that the U... of tbe two negro murder ; state. Solicts the accounts of Farni,.f Mtrelwlltn, i" ""' .
sacrificed tc Czar Sends Thanks. many cattlemen and Tachers living Etc InrerfstallnwHi hyi'..cialnrr*B8 '- iiwjt. AR .....
fit *t Mld have b m 'I Chicago Lad Playing Football Receives 22. I in that icinity have been kept tra i-m-tfd promiitly.IT .
that St. Petersburg, August -The. emperor
'th* fury 01 the mob rather than Fatal Injuries. has telegraphed Lieutenant Sto busy fighting the flames in order t< I \ H. K TAVMM' & WMeMillan
the live ot the members of the August 22.-Football has
I Chicago protect their homes.
command of the military S
been lost essels in
have I
and the military should found its first victiri! this season in ; .
I at Port Arthur follows
I forces as -- -- -- -- --- --
IB the murderers' defense. Death of Dr. Poole.
M. Hitch, who com : Chicago. "I direct you to congratulate in mj I Ala., 22.Dr.T. .
Tspiiia llobert James Pine. 1C ysars old, and sever, Montgomery August
1 Blinded the troop, says that he isready : al companions were engaged in a game name and behalf of the whole IJf Rus W. Poole, of Faunsdale a brothel :
courtmartial or a I : sia1, the troops sailors and inhabitant II Bros
i to stand a and during a scrimmage the lad was of Commissioner of Agriculture and
i should be demanded I of Port Arthur on the success gainet
if Industries die
e.-urt of taqulry. one I violently his head striking th Poole of Alabama
declar. I in the fighting of July 26, 27 and 2S. 1
Fur that matter I He was removed to a hospital Thursday at Tucker Springs, Tenn.

H. be la Ultog to leave the whole I ground., where he died within an hour. I am fully convinced of their bsolute where he went a month ago, search

:; .......... ta-floveraor. Terrell, who might .I I readiness to uphold the_glory of out I ing for health. The doctor was widely Southern Copper Works f.
(JIV 1* --* ---
deoiiad aatl receive his resignation Shorthand Reporters Elect Officers. I arms by their unbounded bravery. 1 known as a gentleman and physician

from the military service if he should nationashorthand warmly thank all. He has spent much time in Montgomery Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
22.-The :
xaminatlon of Captain Hitch St. Louis, August I Iav the most hieh: God bless and his death will be greatly
after *a
i reporters have elected the I their heroic deed which entailed sc

i_ ",port. rcUe tbat such would be the I following officers: President Chas. I heavy a sacrifice and may He protect mourned. and General Metal Workers.Old .

r beet coar* oi Currier Beale. Boston, re-elected; flrsl! the fortress of Port Arthur from thE Fate of the Cruisers.
F A Corey of Statesboro vice president. Jerome H. Sward Cincinnati attacks of the enemy. (Signed) Nich. 1 I London August 22.-A dispatch froa

the attorney for the negroes acted burned as I re-elected; second vice president olas.- St Petersburg says news has reached Stills taken in exchange for new ones. PMhn

I declare that Captain Hitch Russell Leonard Chicago; f ,--- the Orders I by mail
that a reg G. the admiralty there to the effect thai through country a specialty. or
I be ifcoold bare done and have third vice president, Miss Minnie I Tibetan Devotions. the missing Russian cruiser Kovik hat wire will receive prompt attention at either of th. .
wldieri would scarce Some of the articles used by .the
1 Imeot of I Kehoe Pensaccla. Fla.; secretary arrived at Korsakevsk a port of t:. works .
The mob. Core Tibetans in their devotions are very following -
saved the prisoners. treasurer, Keadtick Hill. Trenton N Island of Sakhalin, and that the Rus '
of some ol A human thigh bone covered -
r4i declares, WM composed Francis 0. Hoffman, of Mobi1 grewsome. Diana concerning who A FAYETte.
; of Bulloch county j. with human skin. is used as a sian cruiser I.LLE, N. C. SAVANNAH' GA.
the best citizens member of the executive
was made a horn for exorcising demons and to draw late there had been.considerable. amiety
: who bid laid their plans with a pre- committee. : the soul from hell. has been seen off Hong Kcng. JACKSONVILLE FLA OBILE, ALAF' -
fall of zuc .
c1slou tUt could icarcelr]

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Colored Teachers. I at Ft. McCoy Saturday. .
TijE WAY OF 1I0P .
Howard Academy-A. J. Johnson,I A bi; crowd attended the barbecueand

principal; Mrs. Mary :M. Stewart, :Miss picnic at Fort McCoy.,

a. Electric Railway to Silver Springs Cecil A. Adams, :Miss Anlca E. :Murray Those attending from Ocala were ijard Man To Beat.

:Miss C. Isabel LaRoche, Miss Cyn-
Will Solve the Freight Proplem :Mr.: and )1 rs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. J. I
thia Alexander, Mrs Ida J. Richardson. -
and be Source of Enjoyment G. Spurlin, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Stevens :- j
Mrs. Aquilla A..Jones, Mrs. A. M. .
for Ocala People. Chandler. Mr. C. L. Bittinger, Harry Bui-

To tit Editor Ocala Banner: Fessenden Academy. L. Wiley, luck, Peyton Bailey, Frank Harris,

I don't think it will be a perversionof Mrs. J. L. Wiley. jr.
Mt. Tabor-R. B. Sutton. Y.
the scriptures for me to quote the Mr. Bittinger made an excellent
Union Spring-Miss Mary J. Boyd.
passage about casting bread upon the Mt. Zion-B. W. Bonner Miss Willie adders.

waters in connection with the sub- Hodge. The ball game was the principal
ject discussed before the board of Lake Side-Addie Harvey. feature of the programme and resulted -

trade on last Wednesday night, as we Boardman-Alice L. :Michael. in a score cf S to 6 in favor of
Clarksville-Mrs. Lilla Mitchell.
were considering a way by which we Fort McCoy. t
Moores Pond-Hannah H. Moseley. -
may increase the size of our loaves, Hard Rock-Mrs. Josie K. Stewart 'Do It lc Day "

and get them at a little more reason- Wetumpka-Mrs. Janie Whitehead. The time-vorn injunction, "Neverput :

able rate by working out a water Blaze Pond-J. R. Bl.eIrs.. J. R. off'til to-morrow what you can do

connection. I will change the word- Blye. to-day," is now generally presentedin
Elmwood-Miss Martha Irons. this form"Do it to-day!" That is
Ing of the passage a little, so as to
>1 Pine Grove-Miss Lecora Bonner. the terse advice we want to give you
read, "Cast thy bread upon the demor- r : OtJ
Bethlehem-Miss Ida D. :Maxey. about that hacking cough or

waters and the fruits thereof will be Wesley Chapel-Mrs. Mary Harmon. alizing cold with which you have been

gathered not many days hence." Hog Pond-Miss Anna Kinsler. struggling for several days, perhaps i

I am pleased to think that the discussion St. Peters-J. H. Davis. weeks. Take some relibale remedy for
Magnolia-Miss Laura J. Ward. it today and let that remedy be Dr.
was not altogether like the
Sulphur Springs-Hattie Dempson. Boschee's German Syrup, which has
flower "borri to bloom and blush
unseen Freestone-W. C. Rogers. been in use for over thirty years. A

and waste its sweetness on the Palmetto-J. II. A. Smith. few doses of it will undoubtedly re- f t

the desert air," for: while there may Evergreen-Miss Carrie Jacobs. leive your cough or cold, and its continued -

not have been much "sweetness" in Mt. Pleasant-Miss: Delia JJ"Brown. use for a few days will cure

Montague B. :McCants, :Miss An- you completely. No matter how ('0 Pr.y .
what said the of
was or manner saying 1
nie Harmon. deep-seated your cough,even if dread
it, still, it seems to have awakened Ropers Farm-W. H. BurrclL consumption has attaked your lungs, 'g !r

some interest in the subject in the Mt Pelier: Ifs9-Minnie Boyd. German Syrup willl surely effect

minds of some of our citizens. :Mt. Royal-Miss Aquilla Daniels. cure as it has done,._before..- in thou--
Several have .called Christian-:Mrs. Estella Rogers. sands of apparently hopeless cases of
Stanton-Miss Olive L. Bo er. lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25c; njan
upon me since the matter was discussed -
Silver Springs-Miss :Matilda Quar- regular size, 75c. For sale at Anti-
before the board, and all with terman.Mt. Monopoly Drug Store. m f

one accord, spoke not only favorably, Olive-Miss Rosa Sable.
but almost Riverside If the democratic party is crucified
enthusiastically, both of -Unsupplied. :

the practicability and desirability, Hopewell-Miss Willie Boyd princi- at theapproaching election the cruel

pal, Miss Ella Jackson. deed will be- done upon a "cross of AG NTS FOR
of the enterprise. This is encourag- e -
Black Sink-Miss Evelyn A. Stewart : .
ing, for once the citizens generallybegin I gold.
Hawthorne-J. H. Bonner, Mrs. J. H. "FAVORITE"
to talk of the matter, it is sure Bonner. .

to engage their support. Baldwin Farm-Miss Lula Balding. IT'S (

Orange Creek-Miss Annie Dawkins. CHATTANOOGA PLOWS
The more carefully I consider the
Liberty Chapel-Miss: Virginia How- -
subject viewing it and analyzing it ard.

from every standpoint-the more Jacobs Well-Mrs.: Susie :McDuffy. FOR ELLWOOD FENCING

thoroughly I am convinced that no Black Sink-:Miss Sallie Smith. ,
enterprise is more promising of good Mt. Carmen-Miss Marie Dempson. .,
Jerusalem-Mrs. Daisy Richardson. A Full Line of Carried in
results, in so many different ways to YOU Usually a

the city of Ocala and the communityat
First Class Hardware Store. .
Taken. With
large," than an electric railway Cramps. -

from Ocala to Silver Springs-and Wm. Kirmse, a member of the
ultimately by the way of the race bridge gang working near Littleportwas (tl SUPPLIES.
taking suddenly ill Thursday
track on to Lake Weir. For the -

present I think it wise to confine the night cholera.with His cramps case was and so severe a kind that of MARION l lThe ;(HARDWARE;COMPANY;

project to a line from here to the he had to have the members of the

Springs. This will give us the long crew to wait upon him and Mr.fiiffnrrl ,- ."-'. ': ,- ''-' j : "I ,;, I ,. '- : '_ _

desired water connection -----_ was n__ r_>_all_<_/l _ami_ r_'micnltprl.. n_ .TTo..._
by making
told them that he had a medicine in l r'J
proper traffic arrangements with the () f
the form of Chamberlain's Colic, rose that smells the sweetest
boats on the river. All agree that if Cholera amd Diarrahoea Remedythat
\ the first of all to fade. The boy who 5
, such an arrangement can be effected, he thought would help him out THE CHEAT f ,
runs the fleetest is the one to soonest = JboseAwJulHeadacbe
: and relieve ourselves from the heavy and accordingly several 'cases wereadmini'stered ?

i freight rates imposed upon 4is by the whith the result that HEALTH DRINKs jade. The brightest of the. eveningshas

railroads that the fellow was able to be around next the gloomiest of dawns. The Are sure indications of some form of _. -
we have accomplished day. The incident speaks quite highlyof I trouble, biliousness or a bad liver Mftbra mil
s the biggest yards ,
man whobuys ,
i a very greatdeal for the goodof Mr. Gifford's medicines.-Elkader, \1 next overtako you. Don't risk it, and akm; a.

P all of the people of the community. Iowa, Argus. Thisremedynever fails. must cut the largest lawn. The apple l don'ttakocalomclorquinlnobutbaretiigwetrlft.

T THE[ GOOD OLDSUMMER that is has the fattest ,
- This is only one item in a long chainof Keep it in your home, it may save largest

., beneficial results which will flow life. For sale by Anti-Monpoly Drug worm of all. The fellow who gets on HERBINE

Store. m in life is full of The
in upon us from the operation of sucha ( TIM( I always gall. has ell their virtue -WNM *"t'''
road. soup that looks the clearest is the deadly c tectfl. HERMNIt < ta.
.. Once get the short line at The Brewers Move to Georgia. ,
" first to show 'the flies. The fellow \ regnlarlywilifonlual'aadfb.i t
work from Ocala to the Springs, and The numerous friends in this city tho digestive orauw i h 11 t..'a..foDt '?'
the extension line to Lake Weir is as and Ocala of Mr. and Mrs. Turner who would sell the goods must pay to S44\ Lion, head off LiUoum.... ii' t
j liver lib, keep you ia pi ... .
advertise. The hen that lays the
snre to follow as night follows day. Brewer will regret to learn of their I I i ,,. TRY IT tQ.D.\Y. j
L I that I intention largest egg will be the first to set. '
regret can now write onlyin to leave the state perma- M Silo t. Don!*. AM! uvaii toft
ETTO is delicious I
a -
And hanker for
things we always are
a general way, as I am not yet nently. Mr. Brewer having decidedto
last of all we get. The simplest I For Sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
prepared to lay before the public the engage in the mercantile businesson beverage made wayis

probable cost of the always best and :yet we pass it by
: contemplated an extensive scale in Douglass, .
road, and only now scribble this Ga. from ripe Saw Palmetto to dabble with the tinsled things that 1p

article in order to keep the enterprisebefor In a letter to the Sun, directing Berries. Absolutely free catch and fool the eye.-Tampa, A A.A A..A..
Tribune. /Y hll VV..V'Y VI! V 1 Att ..AA...
the of the people that the address V'YV
eyes hoping of his paper be >
"rom harmful drugs. Metto
and believing that by way of the eyes changed, Vr.; Brewer concluded: i
r and ears it will get into the minds of "We are leaving many good friends, stimulates the Liver, McIVER and MACKA JFUNERAL vor

i the citizens of the community. Let both here and in Gainesville, and we
flushes the Kidneys acts HOME
st us keep talking it and writing it, and make our departure reluctantly. May e

before long it will take[tangible shape the Sun continue to shine as brightlyas directly on the Bladder.

and become an established fact. it has in the past, which I have no S FOR A .I.I'rn.I: mUll: TIIl\

Once enjoyed as a fact, we will spenda doubt will be the case." Makes the organs per- \.011! ,till: IMYIMi:

good deal of time wondering whywe Mr. Brewer has been connected : form their functions in a

had not done it long ago. It can with the firm of Abe Brown & Bro., I natural I DIRECTORS. FOE KENT

be done and it will be done. If, we wholesale grocers, Ocala in the way, thereby -..-

" do not take it in hand ourselves, by capacity of traveling salesman keeping the in
and system a
Have a full stock of Coffins Caskets
and by along will come other people is said he has been J.
: suc perfect and healthy con- and Burial Outfits. Special given to Starr Sternberger
who will, and then we will only haveA cessful.-Gainesville Sun.
Burial Cervices.
life-long regret that we let so gooda dition. : : : : : J

thing be gobbled up by strangers. I Was Agalsst Cs :nbti:1.I Embalming to Order 1VILLKPL1IIIOU.'.
All nations are endeavoring to check Sold by All Druggists.
Josh Billing's says, "If our fore sight 20
the ravages of consumption, the white J Mail) Street Phoge |11|6.OCALA .
was as good hind
as our
sight, we plague that claims so many victims

If would all be rich and happy,". will each year. Foley's Honey and Tar wI3IPE'SCream ri.nimu.

point I am the now correspondence with you cures are coughs in no and danger colds of perfectly consumption and $500GivenAway| VermifugeTHE ) ijouses oqd) Lots t For Sale and Rent

Do not risk your health
r1 by taking
parties who will give me all the data AUbostlne dealer for 1
I some unknown prepration whetFoley's full particulars and Free sample card o(| THE GUARANTEED
necessary for me to be able to write Honey and Tar is safe and

intelligently as to the cost of constructing certain in results. Ask for Foley's anne WORMREMEDY

and equipping such a road, Honey and Tar and insist upon hay THE SANITARY WALL COATING. t
and then I will lay the whole matter ing it. For Sale by Post Office Drug Destroys disease germs and vermin..I "
Store. Never rubs or scales. You can apply it I
before the people in such a way as to m -mix with cold water. Beautiful effects I 'f .
Six O'clock Dinner. on walls and in white and delicate tint, s
I show the profitable results which will NOT a disease.breeding ont-of-datej 1THE '
Mrs. Lee Miller gave a six o'clock hot-water glue preparation. Kalso- CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC..cwAac COMMERCIAL
from such mines bearing fanciful names and
come our a
way railwayas
dinner mixed with hot water are stuck on with COLLEGE
Saturday :
complimentary OF IMITATIONS.
L. glue, which rot, nourishing germs of .
suggested. T. I.
diseases and THC rftEPARtO ONLY SY
Miss deadly rubbing and scaling ,
Polly_Williams who leaves foNew r spoiling. walls,clothint and furniture .. Ballard-Snow Liniment''' Co.
= York Bay Alabastiae in o Ib. pkgs., TAMPA FLO i DAa
Hon. C. M. Brown, of Ocala, has next Tuesday to finish heart r properly labelled, of paint hardware j ST. LOUIB. ,MO.
tendered his services to the chairmanof studies. Those ant drug dealers: Leaflet of tints] '
present at this "Hints onDecorating'andourartists'ideas I Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Combine 8'holartahlpln
$75 lJualnl"tWt
the national democratic executive delightful function free. iUUSIUlf CO,105 1 Jtr St,!K.I,I Time and 14horrt..i.& tlfq,
besides the pretty Unllmlt(1. Mall Cour. $60.
II Gild bplds lkl t'rfl WriM
committee for campaign work in the Positions for all Y4y
doubtful states. Mr. Brown a good honoree were, Miss Lucile Ansley, For sale by MeJver&Uackay,H. B. Masters. Ctfllze you*spire tIm. Shorthand. graduat.. Cheap board Flnnt 1"1"' I''

campaigner and it is to be hoped that Miss JohnnieJLiddon, Miss Beatrice I SiudyatHMu9 I' 6 of Leant bettee eveiuogs more edutb.,getriaj and you a, demand for our Touch graduate Typewriting.* tIC\t't.Send forpe4a1 Miry f.g 'ill T....n -.

his services will be accepted.LiveOak Sinclair, Miss Florrie Condon can man. With the:Tablet Home Study Leuoos you need not the .ul ply. IndlYMut ...,
an FOLEYSBONEYANJTAR' leave bone Of employment to lean Bookkeeping.Arithmetic. students Be sure and ror..... .. ..
Democrat. Chas. V.. Aitbn Geomev 7,Grammar,,Rhetoric,Literature History, UI I' lono"si ,
w. Miller. ctc'.that'7.Klbmad i PJtxit itiTectiertiidedtopassecamiedoa>.lyn.sfstfcccss. ,
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-_ _ _ THE OcALA 'aANNaTM '
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NOTICE l OF = --x ----
ELECTION.all cy In Gift courts of Record and ia "&ct1on 20. The Legislature shall notpua $ .

W hWeai, *** Legtsaturs of 1203. criminal cuta originating In tha Clr special or local laws i& any of thefollowing TRANSPORTATION IN SIAM.

. 1M U Jerked From Her Baa Where !!rI the Cotituttax or 1S85 of the State un-t: The court shall have the pow enumerated case; that ts to say i

; the Lay Aaleep.i5 iu 11da. d1d peas Inen jotot aoiutions er to iMua writs of mandamus, certiorari .regulating the Jurisdiction and duties jA a'I n the Circuit Court Fifth 3s4s41
and Water
4 Quaint Gorgeous Craft and .
I ,. 'AU&ct 25.-"Open rQ posing ameMmenti to the Constitution prohibition quo warranto, habeas corpus any August
1OIU' of the State of Florida and the same were '!and also all writs necessary or proper to 'of crime or misdemeanor; except for the .Buggies Made Without Metal
::1 moutL. and Ml aplit you open from I.IrMd to by a vota of of all thAt complete exercita of Its Jurisdiction enforcement of special local laws regulating of Sort. II ii Noa1 Re Proceeding* to Establish Tea ell* -

to foot!** were the words of atarty the members elacted to each bowie; that.issue Each of the Justices shall have power to the practice of courts or Justice; Any >777aad > o.oflalcDtca* ..
the. -*e on said Joint rwhrtiona were : writs of habeas corpus to any part :providing for changing venue of civil andcrimtn&l 1895.

black brute. uttered to Mre.S 1uyu sd tOn their respectrra Journals, with enn- State upon petition by. or on behalf 1 cases; granting divorces; chang Slam's exhibit in the department of To August 10(1 sad aU other ft

N, Close. yesterday afternoon a &n d nays thereon and they did demay'of any nuka person held In actual custody and :ing t the names of persona: vacating roads: transportation at the world's fair will Concern: .
te.rm1ne and dtract teat tha aald 1 such writs returnable before I summoning and impaneling! grand and petitJuries
toot 3 o'clock la her bed room attar lut10u be rebnutted to the electors Joint of re.Ohim the elf or the Supreme Court or any Jus- and providing for their compensation embrace many interesting novelties, ''uu ARK HJRFBOfr'Uj tMAT *

reaidence. 1E3 East Fair street !ta.te at the general election In November 'tice thereof or before any Circuit Judgo ;; for assessment and collection oftaxes 3angkok is known as the Venice of the i 1. W, AL1SO. L
and when not returned to the tl trunk E q., bat this day Bled IB tfe M
Supreme far State and and
'I county municipal
fear assailant held above her ': The great alluvial plain of south-
U a Court, an appeal to that court shall al petition to eiubli.h Tal CmificaU 9mTmff
Now. :purpoees; for opening and elections
tbw conducting
kalft after the lady had been viokotly ore y, n. clay Crawford way lie. for .:rn Siam is threaded with thousands of I:ued D CDlbtr.t. i&yj. for BaMi* tease fcr
. Secretary c* State of the State of 'Florida! and county and municipal the! year iM and the ctM* oa the nirtlu.
jerked from her bed to the fioor.Ia flo hereby ftvn notice that a: of' Section the State 11 of article F of the Constitution I officers, and forl dlgnatlng the places of niles of canals, which serve as the thor- quarter of*outhea l quarter and Mtk Ml af

GENERAL I'IBO' of Florida is hereby amended voting: for the sale of real estate belonging :.:hfares of the country. While in the aoutleart quarter oi tection ij. !...
I brotd open daylight yesterday af.ternoon ELECTION I as to read as follows: to minors estates of decedents and otpersona range 24. containing i 30 acre*ol ... aa7ai

t a negro of large physique and will be held in each county in Florida on1'i "s c. 11. The Circuit Courts shall bars laboring under legal disabilities: crth and the less low lying regions the Tax Certificate No. rio D* M. fef ai

Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday exclusive] original Jurisdiction In all easel :regulating the fees of officers or the State pvcrs and rapd! flowing streams serve 1S9S. for unpaid tax. for the year I*M ta C

i *uppo.ed to be Major Thomas who In November A. D. 1904 the said Tuesday,in equity. Also in,all cases at law not ,or county or municipalities; giving effect tee same purpose. northeast 26. township quarter' of northeatt qiurttraV MfMM -
i work for B. A. Moore, a being the I jcognizable by inferior courts and in all to informal or invalid deeds 1 tinge t|. cnntanHaf M mm II
,grocer, cor0 cases involving the or wills: legitimizing The Siamese are an aquatic people ands land. The petition stain that this MWMM M.
EIGHTH DAY OP legality any tax aa-: children; providing for the adoption assessed to the above named ffiirk
and NOVEMBER. Anvv
Whitehall Drotherton
'seesment at
[ eer streets, for or toll; of the action of ejectment ,of children; relieving minors from legal a result there is no nation in the the date of wit, that these certtia
the a v ft
., flut.r.d the home of Mrs. Close while Joint resolutions ratification or rejection of the saI'ibou of aH actions involving the titles or ,disabilities; and for the establishment of > ,;rId probably that can show such a issued to the said petitioner but that they .
proposing ndaries of real estate and of all crlmi- lost or destioyet at time
-'t wai asleep In her bedroom and as the Constitution of the State of FloridanalIs .' cases not cognizable by Inferior courts; ferries.Section 24. article ureter and variety of styles of floating t tioner, and prayer i*a made unkaova that th* Mtd t*the...
he pulled open a dresser drawer Mrs. : and original Jurisdiction of action of ford- I of the State of of the Constitution :I ci >it as con Si:m. All these are repre- :, catca may be re-e tablt hed IS attwMU,, s411
WeARTICLE entry and unlawful Florida Is hereby amended the statute ia such ca e. Bad ao4 Mil.
detainer am
awakened and and ol .gQ as to read follows : "cu ;it the wcrld's fair from the deli- and
CV*e wu to her horror I such other matters as the Legislature as : according to luUtantial of tVt MT

taw the negro in her room. *V. pro vide. They Shall have final appellate may "Section 24. The Legislature shall estab. 1!. I a'? :little: priest's canoe so nicely ad- ficatf,attached to Its petuioaKIi

_. -. I jurisdiction in all civil and criminal flab a' uniform system of county government ':.ureJ to its burden of a single person Now therefore, you. Augnirf |fM k. aW all
She wa frightened almost to That the easel It shall divide others whom it may caucus: sic .
pros. following municipalities into '
:, amendment to tne arising In the County Court or before the ::.,tits j gun wales are scarcely above the I fied that \ou are required to Iese
classes of appear .
for awhile and did Constitution' of the State of Florida |County not more than four on the basis
tratlon not speak be. Ju3ge, and of all misdemeanors 1 Hon. W. S. Bullock. Judge of the .
intruder had and the same Is, hereby agreed to. and I and civil cases tried In the Courta of Reo 'of population; it shall establish for : ripple: : of the surface and its balance is 1 1ast his office in Ocala. Mince, .

tt&Ul the sought flight shall be. submitted to the electors of the(",rd of judgments or sentences of any mu'inc h class a uniform system of gov'ernment :o nice and its poise so graceful that it Wedaeaaa/ the aMh day of 1 '..l

through the rear of the house. He tate at the general election In November niciral; court and of all cases arising be. : ; it shall provide for the re- i appears a marvel on the waters, to the 1004. or wherever else be may be kn&
1904. for ratification or rejection. fere Justices of the Peace In counties inahlch incorporation of each now existing munlci- date to show cause why the u" .
..Jra before she could recojnlzo and : rle did big rice boats, which for utll- should not be ret.blilibtod..
Section 6 of article 8 of the Constitu there Is no County Court or Court polity. for the incorporation of each -
him. A* soon as the negro saw that tion! of the State of Florida is hereby 3f :Record and supervision and appellate hereafter to be Incorporated municipality :I ty. strength and form as cargo'boats, day Witness of July my A.hand D., and official .esl .

)lrs. Close had awakened he sprngto amended so aa to read as follows: I[Jurisd'otion of matters arising before Coun. Into one of such classes and no law ra- I :re scarcely surpassed in the world. 1904.Ii.. T. 'Ina"-

Section 6. The Legislature shall provide'ty Judges pertaining to their probate juris.eye laU ng to the creation government or pow There are hundreds of models shown ctrkcwiuse tIIIII\.
ber bediide violently jerked her for the election by the Qualified electors of; diction or to the estates and of V of any municipality or number of nunteipalltiea By Niel A. \Weather D. C. Ma"

from it to the floro and drawing a each county of the following county officers minors. and of such other matters as ...... lets than the whole of a clua and many full-sized boats, for the quiet
: Legislature, provide. I shall be valid." the rougher streams and the -
loire threatened her life If she may The Circuit tigoons, --
should A Clerk of the Circuit Court, a Sheriff, Courts and Judges shall have power to Section 8, article 8, of the Constitution of open waters of the gulf. NOTICE.

apak. Constable a County Assessor of Taxes, a Issue writs of mandamus injunction, qua I the State of Florida is hereby repealed.
The vehicles for land transportationare
he County Tax Collector, rranto, c tlorari, prohibition habeas
Suddenly dashed from her room a County Treasurer.
a I Ia Superintendent of Public Instruction and corpus and all writs, proper or necessary The votes cast la compliance with ea1dproposed almost as numerous and varied in
and out of the lattice door in the real County Surveyor.The to the complete exercise of their jurtsdlc. amendments and the canvass type. The various packs for the back Notice oi Applicktun for Tat Used Vs4 b.

of the bouie, and escaped through a term of office ,of all county officers tier." .dec laration and returns thereof shall be cf bullocks ponies and chairs and tion 8 of Chapter 4S5, Law nt$s,*,
Section 24 of article 6 of the I subjected to 'the same
mentioned In this section Constitution I regulations and re-
bark g&a years except that the term shall of office be four of of the State of Florida Is hereby amended8"I tctlons aa am provided by law for gen* sedans, and the howdahs fcr the elephants NOTICE IS .HKREBV purchaser GtVKN ol ThAT ftrttflcriii tJfu.
dty Us
Beyond much nervousness and a the County Assessor of Taxes County Tax so as to read as follows: ,era! elections in the State of Florida. are grouped with a great varietyof -0.89. dated the 4th day W| Nonta". A. It.

bruise on her left arm. which is Collector and County Treasurer shall be "Sec. 24. Upon the application of a maset' In testimony whereof r have bareuaU carts and sledges or drags covered 1895, and certificate No Mr dated MI". )
a JOT)ity of the hand and
1 for two years until the registered voters of a.ny my affixed tha great seal ot A. 1). 1900. has filed Mid certiUcatea In .
retttlt of the fall on the floor when she November. 190G, at which general election election in county in this State, the Legislature I State of Florida at Tallahassee, thi I and open as the case rcay" be. and has made application for tax dud to y is.q

from her hall be elected for they also establish in such county a court of rec- thla the first day of August A. U One particularly ingenious example Is in accordance with law Said wu Jerked bed Mrs. Clos. terms of four years or d. and there shall be t brace the following descrtbe4
one Judge for each19 proptrt iai.4
U not otherwise injured. each, and thenceforth all county officers of the said courts who shall be a practicW;; a) IL CLAY CRAWFORD a full-sized buggy made entirely of it Marion count1. Florida to.d:

: earned in this section shall be elected for Ing attorney at law and who shall be ap- _gflsretaryof Stats. wood and plaited bamboo even to the Southwest quarter oi block M Clinc'a TJjtrttni
to Ocala and
terms of four Their ; commencing 100 lr,
| oftJtttV
years. nn
powers. dutiesand : pointed by the Governor
and confirmed the whole absolutely devoid -
MOTHER CHASES KIDNAPER. compensation shall be prescribed b y the Senate. and who shall by To Perry K. Nugent, Sheriff Marion County. springs being west corner lot 6 K.G. Smith I addItion.
hold his office feet. north too feet, unhX.
U' of iron. There are also full-sized west S s feet,
for four
years. The annual salary of the The said Und h inf a-.ed fSt i
I aU
I Judge of said courts shall be paid quarterly bullock carts. A peculiarity of all these: the issuance of such certificate the aa. *f

Falls However, to Recover Her : ARTICLE XXIL by the county where such court Is eatablished \ conveyances is that they are constructed parties unknown and Shack .teM

Son. I That the following amendment to the and shall be as follows: In counties : UNIVERSiTYfLORID throughout without a nail or any iron L law.said certificates tax deed will shall Luu be redeemed mrtS, 1. t
: or less than fifteen t tbcrlQll oa Uf .
Aihevllle. N. Coo August 24.-"Take I i Constitution of the State of Florida be one thousand dollars thousand population whatever. day of September. A. D. 1904.the'lofhday .
row finger from my face you little I I shall and the be submitted same la hereby to the agreed elector to of and the from fifteen thousand to ;thirty counties thousand of The Siam building is one of the beautiful of official August I p.tar. sad seal *"

Jew Plnkeiton detective until you can State at the genital election In 1904 for> counties population of from sixteen hundred dollars: la -OF- structures among the foreign IQ04.Ii.?. 5STRUXL
ratification or reJection.D thirty thousand to forty- between Mexico and Nicaragua 8 13 Clerk Circuit ColIn Marioa c. "a.
,iflve buildings
pow aom. Cashed fro rathe mouth thousand population two thousand ,
8 of article 12 of the Constitution[dollars! ; and in counties of more than ,
el Mrs. John Frank the wifa ts forty
Jamea hereby amended ao aa to read at followi: five thousand population

of a wtalthy New York merchant, at'I 'Section S. Each county Shall be required dollars; and all Criminal twenty-four Court hundred of- NOTICE.Of NOTICE.

to aoxeas and collect annually for the cup Record now established -
In this State '
Swaaaanc station thia morning shall
pert Of public free school therein a Ux upon the adoption of this amendment Moa In the Circuit Court oi the
wa't iht tad to take her child of not lea than three (3) mill Fifth Judicial UcesitotHoridaInandfortar1oecosaty
gone nor mon.coithan :, and be Courts of Record aa herein Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of t
seven (7) mills on the dollar of an provided and all ,
floe her husband. Pinkerton Deteo officers of such Criminal
Chapter Ux&bla property in the tame Courts of Record hall be officers CktBcery Dirorc
I of
[ such
ties Darla and unknown ; IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
an man. A W.N.
courts and NOTICE
the duties and rac lv* f.i Jauie Morgan. Plaintiff .
Oliver Port ,tmrch sers of tax certificate i- is Walter Merges
The incident unfolded a story of a I I I ARTICLE XXm. the emoluments of such units the exfrtlo No.1783.dated the 6th day of Aug.A.D. 1900. Defendant.TT .

enacted here Monday That tha following amlull1m-nt to tha|of their present term of office. has filed said certificate in my office and hat
darIng kidnaping
Constitution of. the State of Florida ba and SectfPn' "of irttel S of the Constitutionof j FIRST made application for tax de' ls to issue in accordance IS ORDERED THATTHK DEFENDANT
afternoon with all the circumstan4 I the lame li hereby agreed to the State of Florida Is hereby amended with law. Said cer5cate embraces the L herein named Wtltrr Morgan be aid at to
and ehall bt hereby required to
I following described appear to the bill of
.i of a melodrama. The 5yearoldea I I I lulnnltttd to the dectors :t the State at80 as to read aa follows: Marion county, Florida.towit property: situated in in thu cause on or before comptaint
the general enaction In "Section 25. The Court of Record shall L I!
of Mra. James was kidnaped whlla Uoi, for ratification or rejection.November A. D.[have exclusive Jurisdiction of all criminal! B. ""' """" """". A New Gymnasium southeast Northeast quarter quarter of of southeast southeast quarter quarter section and Monday r. the yd day of GtWr. .4. 0, 1iH,

momentarily out of his mother's sight I I, Saetloa 13 of article I of the Constitution cases not capital which shall arise : S splendidly Equipped.MIND' 36. township 16. range 24. 1 It is further ordered that a copy of this orjct

ta Weat Asheville seized from hi* ball be and U hereby amended so aa I to: jaald county and of all cases at law ta| A. Large facultv ot Most The said land being assesed at the date of th iej. be published once a week for eight coaxaia
IUd aa follows: which the demand or value of the prop Scholarly Specla1l3te.MORAL issuance of such certificate in the name of P.Q, weeks in the Ocala Banner.

nan in a carriage by his father a Bactlon 15. The erty does not exceed one thousand dollars Brown, trustee also L. A. Griggs and J. S.; Done this the tjth day of July. A. D. to ot
I'f r may organtit Our t'Uo: Martin. Unless said certificate shall be tt. T.ilsTHCNlNOTICE.
!. re
fritad and a noted PInkerton deteeo In such counties as it may think proper 1 sh all have exclosiva with tha Circuit Cour t. Sound Morals the Basis deemed according to law, Uz deed will issue L Clerk Circuit c..f1.

tin and then the party drove ra.pidlIto I|' County Courts which shall have JurUdlo Eeedmgi Jurisdiction of pro of Good Ciuzenship. thereon on the loth day of Sept. A. D. 1904. EDWIS SPE CE..
I ion of all caies at law In which the de-i relating to forcible entry and un 1 Witness mr official signature and seal this the | Complainant'Ssildtor. <..aMw
Asheville thence to a small raIl I j I mand or value of the property Involved [awful detainer of lands and tenements." Address: THE PRESIDENT, Lake City, Fla. 16th day ofaug. A. D.. io.t.snLl -
Section 26 of article 5 of [ ] S.T. SISTRU -
the Constitution, I J.
road station, where the mother locatedr Bhall not exceed tiTe hundred dollars; ofrfproceedings | the State of Florida is hereby S 19 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.

Clem. and where, as the party was relating to the forcible entry so aa to read aa follows: &miIUdedlj.I .
unlawful detention of lands
or and tenements "Section .
about to take the train. came the and of misdemeanors, and final appellate bf the Court 26. of There Record ehall in each be six termi" NOl ICE. S

mother and a scene which astonished ', Jurisdiction In civil cases arising In' !Section 27 of article 5 of the year.Constitu I In the Circuit Court of
I I the. courts of the Justices of the Peace. the Fifth Judicial Ctfcafe
tion of the State of O Application for Tax Deed Under
tb. villagers. Florida is hereby: Section 8 oi) of
The trial of euch be de Flonda. and lot Marion co .taChancery.
I,'I appeals may novo amended co as to read aa follows: I Chapter 4&S. Laws ot Florida. t/
It was no mean kidnaping affair at the option of the appellant. The CountrTadge "Section 27. There shall be for each Q:1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT H. M I :

but one planned by. one of Pinkerton'd shall be the Judge of the County Court of ncord a Prosecuting Attorney, purchaser of tax certificates Nos.: W. C. Cleveland CompIaioaoL ,. Bwttee 1,
Court and shall be an attorney at law. to _be named the County 430 and 946. dated Jhe 20d day of June. \
best detectives and the parties con Solicitor who PREPAIDZ l>.. IQ02. has filed said certificates Barr eL at. Defendat.
TLara than be elected by the a.uaillieelectors : |ball be appointed by the Governor CL in my office
cernd are people ofwealth and fashion nflrme4 and and has made application for tax deed to issuein IT IS ORDERED THAT TUB DEFKXCU
of said county at the tlma when by the Senate and who shall accordance with 1.Said certificates
em named. Heroic
Mrs. James is well known herdud the said Judge Is elected, a Prosecuting At. old office for four years. His compensa* brace the following described property situated W. Barr. be. and are hereb B.required Barr aed asbest)

for months she has been at tha[ torney for eald county, who shall hold ontee|ton shall be fixed by law." in Marion county. Florida. to-wit: in the bill of complaint in thU cauM oo Uatfatr e* be
for four years. His duties and compens a- Section 28 of article 6 of the Constitu fr\rr4; Wect half of northeast quarter section 26.> fore

lUttery Park hotel. Mrs. James was ion shall be prescribed by law. Such[( |"" of the State of Florida Is hereby / V't te 15. range ot 19. and north half of north JIMday.the s/A. iaa (>f Sttftmtitr, A A .
INn this afternoon at her apartments courts may be abolished at the pleasurethe 01 flimended so'as to read as follows: : 15. range 21 quarter secbon S. It is further ordered that a copy or this odr
Legislature.Provided "Section 28. All offenses trlabU In the .W I e, agflgra ,* _J 1 VJ, The said land being assessed at the date of be pubhshtd once a week for four 0MI1eIIfIQ
at the hotel Just after she had return that all County Judges .holdlj iBgl COurts' of Record shall be prosecuted upon l7i$? ,31SO issuance of such certificte in the name of hen weeks in the Ocala Banner.

.d from her unsuccessful pursuit ol .said office at the ratification of this Information under oath and may be filed y/--QOo k noA-n and C.J.Phillips. Unless said certificatesshall Done this 28th day of July A D.s ..
amenlie it any time whether the court Is in $5 f be redeemed according to law. tax de ed T
to ment shall continue In the exercise 0ee- c- PU '
her boy and while reluctant spcatt dOD or not. by the County Solicitor w'U issue theron on the 20th day of Sept A.D.) Clerk SZaTlIlJft
duties thereof according to their respectiveeommlsslons but >=e Tvtis E. BIGGS. By Neil A. T*
tratll assured that the general drcum.; and until their successors are the grand Jury of the Circuit Court for Ua I 7* T 1904.Witness my official signature and seal this Complainant'a solicitor f ai

lances were known told in detaila duly qualified, and provided further th the county In which said Court of Record the iTth day of Aug A. D.. 1004.S.T -
when any County Court shall hereafter wI I Is held may Indict for offenses triable lathe SISTRU K.mp9 --- 3

atory of decided Interest. t established In any county In this State, the Court of Record. Upon the finding of 111 Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co., Fla. NOTICE.In .

County Judge of said county shall hold his such Indictment the Circuit Judge shall
|I' ommlt ball the accused for
or trial in
UNDER HEAVY BONDS. office and perform the duties of Judge of
HELD the County Court until his term of office!the Court of Record, and the County Solicitor NOTICE. the Circuit Court c.fthe rift Jndtafcl.1'h.

shall expJre. of said court shall immediately filetherenl of Ftorida. Manon Cueoty. ia CllHmr

Atlanta Counterfeiters Waived Preliminary an information based upon such r fluE REGULAR SEPTEMBER EXAMIXA- John S. Pedrick. Comp'ainant M. Howtiir k

Trial. ARTICLE XXIV. I 1. tion lor teachers will be held in Ocala commencing VeIl et al. clef.....
I Indictment upon which Information th I on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. All
Atlanta Ga., August 25.-Os-( That the following amendment to the accused shall be tried. II white teachers will meet at the Ocala High herein named.THAT Charles THE h Dtil'iSOA\IIh
school Htftch Alt
nebb. J, N. Little,and P. S. Ccfley, tha [Constitution of the State of Florida be, and Section 29 of article 5 of the Constitution: I 'has. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W. Academy building building.and colored teachers in Howurd Hir Ch and Bernaid L. Tim -aHci. .*..*.

the same, is hereby agreed to and shall of the State of Florida Is hereby amendedso The questions on Theory and Practice will be business under the firm Haaac awl Mvk .
four men charged with counterfeitlng..a'cd |be submitted to the electors of tha Stateat as to read as follows: Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla taken from McMurray's Method of the Recitations Chas s. Hirsch & C,,.. be aid they u, hr-r>f

a preliminary trial L the general election In 1901 for ratification -, "Section 29. There shall be no County: price 90 cents from H. & W. B. Drew C o., required aid to appear to the bll of ciwtpif.n .
TuesdaII cause on or before Mo.4ay. the
Jacksonville Fla.
or rejection: Court In any county 'Where a Court of Record
morning and were That section 10 of Article 9 of the ConstI.tutlon is established. ----------- -- ---- According to law one dollar wi'l be charged Ito 5hdJ. 1.'tEhtr. A lJ.I"4

in default of bond. The bonds 01Lnno l \ of the State of Florida is hereby Section 30 of article 5 of the Constitution each examinee.. a 4" W. Itts further ordered that a c't>v <..ih" ..1.

and Coffee were fixed at $5OOQ()(] amended so as to read as follows: of the State of Florida Is hereby amendedso 1 7 < 4t s>iipenntendectADMINISTRATOR'S D. CiRX. be weekslnthcOcaisB5iiqv.published once week for f-wr 'n. ui's
Sec. 10. The credit of the State shall
as to read as follows:
Thi the 2no day c .
and AWM
each and those of McMIchael not be pledged or loaned to any "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of LUMBER NOTICE. \ISEAL} 1, T _As.ftV...

Re1-1* at $3,000 each. corporation or* association; norshall' Record shall be elected by the electors ofI ad a.-..
the criminal side of thfl the State become a Joint owner or the county in which the court is established SBiSwR wIatJMLc.
That was stockholder In any company. association or I H L. AiKkrxm Co piihU ---i::_:.
and shall hold office for four years I,
of the men who werabo' The Legislature shall not au- TrfVT ON THE
fit st arraignment corporation.
and his compensation shall be fixed bylaw : I second day of January. A. D 1905 lIS --- '
; i and daring enough to make $300" ( ,- thorize' any county, city, borough township: The Sheriff of the county shall be the l1L(1I and the administrator the will annexed of the 3O----

in 1 1terr or Incorporated district to become a sto:k- executive officer of said court; his dutiesand JIU s I H estate of Mrs. Eliza Keep decea!t'd. I will I
I! 'i w<'rth of counterfeit money Ua- holder in any company association or cor- fees shall be fixed by law." present my petition and final report and asted .
< heart of Atlanta; but there i poratlon or to obtain or appropriate money ( obe-iischirged a- suh adrainiHratjr to the -
Section 31 of article 5 of Constitution
for or to loan its credit to any corporation.! : Hon. Rob Bullock, (out) judge for Marian In the-Circuit Cart o< the HAH ", C 1
!!"amatlc and"pathetic side of the ; |of the State of Florida?I* hereby amended county, Florida. \V 'E ALLEX
a Dry
and of
'association institution or Individual except*Iso Siding, Flooring Ceiling. cuit Fiends in sad for Martaa Capr
as to read as follows a.dmr.'rith
: nil annexed
InrAsngation, and a scene was enact j j'that the Legislature may authorize lunic-' fn CiHMtrjr.M. t
"Section 31. All rules of practice governIng Juuesard,19o4. \ 6 24
ed in the United States court roon I j jTiii Ipal corporations to relieve from of munlci- the Circuit Court shall be applicable to, B La tier. Complainant si Jttale Laas J
| pal taxation for period years as ,
the Courts of Record and all relative B. f l.
.!lay morning which made grownu to the municiaal authorities may seein Seymour NOTICEA. DditHlaat.f
to Criminal Courts of Record shall apply {
i manufacturing enterprise "1.1 I
hide the tears proper any
to -
that. -
,"n turn away .,: may locate within 'the said municipality.\i1 to Courts of Record. Changes of venue Ocala flaI 1 herein named. Jessie Lanttf he*4 4 .
fit.-1'! '! their eye*. ;: but no such exemption shall be forlonger a''!may be had from a Court of Record to an E. Ddouei-t administrator with will 'an hereby requited to appear to lbs MO fie '. i

\Then the lawyers had talked; when; period than fifteen years. :other Court of Record. or to the Circuit ..... .... .. .. .-.... ....... nexed of Ed. Uektuest gh.e.notice that on the plaiaantinUiMcnoae a Maaiaat r"
i i Court of another county for the same, i2ik cry of Stftember 1904. 51. iltiyuf Orvtemlirr. A. Ii... -

t1f ""onI13 had been fixed; when the i, S i causes, and under the laws providing for! he will present his accounts and vouchers to the It 5 further ordered that a c "tit j

'uffs were about to be placed! i: ARTICLE XXV. !'changing the venue from the Circuit Court county judge for final settlement and i>k for I be published once a ..tllr aafht fMaaatfj .< j
:r"'n (
I That the following amendment to I the'IOf one county to the Circuit Court of an-' discharge' This Qth day of March. 1004 weeks ib the the Orate .*a r J
, mothers :
1I I 'a'i the men's wrists, old ; A. E OELOUEST Witness my hand and oAekl aaal Ma tte. '
J ]i Constitution of the State of Florida be other county. The Governor may, in his 511 era 6m Administrator Etc. day' of Tune,A D. 1

J'lIt, JT wives, sisters and brothers i j'I and is hereby agreed to and shall be suf>-'discretion, order the Circuit Judge having:3ur1sdictIQn I _. ______ [SEAL] tyot aAKU 1'. i

I. ,\.JM! about the railing to say a ;. mitted to the electors of .the State at: of the Circuit Court of any' j > SirrarxK Clerk Orr.(t. -
I the general election In November 1904. for county to hold a special term of a Court I ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. C(m1laii1SOIk."llor.. a II -
I wr' of goodby and give a partingkls I I I ; i! i
ratification or rejection: of Record of such county for the purpose| ,.
I Section S of article 16 shall be amended Of trying cases in which the Judge of the!]! 4 i

_ ,I I so as to read as follows :Court of Record shall be disqualified 1 i VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVhX THAT I WILL
j C i\ oo September wth to NOTICE Of APPLICATION FUR NIl.T
j Sec. 6. The Legislature shall provide for.parties to any cause at law in a court of i 1904. prebtnt Hon t
< GIRLS% MISTOOK TWO DRUGS. i!,I the speedy publication and distribution of Record shall have the same right to trial;! county.Robert Bullock Florida.county my accounts judge and in and vouchers for Manou for TO SELL LIQUOR, WINES NO Mt H, 1-

I 1 all laws it may enact All decisions 1 *! Judges ad litem or by referees as mayj final settlement as administrator of the estateof
. -- I r the Supreme Court and all laws and Judl- exist under this Constitution or the laws I, E. M Henderson deceased and will ask tor WHEREAS JOHKP. GALLOV4V. 4G111 t
Took Morphine for Quinine and Came..I I cial decisions shall be free for publicationi 'in references to cases In Circuit Courts or.1!.1j a final discharge as such administrator. Dated IT hSiMedWIthbeIO.fdOfCUeSICmiiSsOnITs .

1 Near Dying. i'I by any person. But no Judgment of the.:may if the Judge of the Court of Record j! thi March, u. 1904. 4 for MAIM conMy. Ma ,
Court shall take effect until tha W. T. HENDERSON Adrar. application for permit to M : '.
fiMe! Ga., August 25..L Uss- 1 LaP j i" opinion Supreme of the court in such case shall ba be disqualified transfer the cause to the t I II an .:it! of K.'uden. Deceased. wine* and beer ta Ktvtion I.i.-..< "
in which such of
(Circuit Court of the county ]II I Mid county sad stale anv rUJI"l" i
ir.'p! LewiS, the 13-year-old daughteiof : tiled with the Clerk of said court .i Court,of Record may I -- election district may ibot c* lie .r: Itl" .,
I bc"m __ NOTICE. be. atthemeeti of tir! board I, t. '.
J,-hn F. Lewis who lives at the : Section 22 of article I I f .t''I -
I ARTICLE XXVL :1.of the State of Florida la hereby amended S _ _ Tuesday the sth day nt ictttemt'cT .:
4 c. .r'I' t of Eighth street and i Burnett why such permit should not ht 11I'10'' -
Iso Jerry Of For Tax .
Eighin Section 1 of article 5 of tt.e Constitu;;Ion as to read as follows: : Application Deed Ucder Section ft T.rsTk''
avt milwas narrowly ] of the State of Florida is hereby amended, "Section 32. Courts of Record shall be 8 ofChapter4. Laws of Flo'ida.'OT1CE Clerk of the Board ufmeuty \.omu.h. -

tak. i ij abolished by the Legislature only upon a 15 HEREBY Marion county. PU.
death this morning after having co as to read as follows: GIVEN THAT W. T.
ol : Section L The Judicial power of the petition of a majority of the registeredurtvoters Merchant i.-i Henderson purchaser of Tar Certificate Xo -
j, en fnHween four and, five grains. State shall vested in a Supreme Co ',, of the county where such court Is 1438. dated the 4th day ot April. A. D., iS9*. -

mMl't.lne. I Ii Circuit Courts Courts of Record. County,established." filed said certificate in my office and ls made NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERV T
application for tax deed ti issue in
She! had been suffering from chiUsanI Courts County Judges and Justices oi the. taw Said certificate embraces t accordancewith & following TO SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND au r(.

ft ver and mistook the morphiasfor Peace.Section 5 of article 5 of the Constitulded: the ARTICLE following amendments XXVII.'stat to Eec-" Tailoring. ty. deb. p'nperty: situated in Marion coun HEKP'S:THF. .\!\HAY-1. < !. .

quinine, which she had been taking : of the State of Florida Is tion %. article 8, and section 24, article" 3.of Southeast quarter of northeast quarter, section M luf filed with 'h- lt.iwa of C"'U.I\ tmiM1011tn
to read as follows: 'and. the repeal of section S of article, 15,township 15 range 23. let liariun >.''.'U>'. f". t .oj'
i The error was discovered in.. EO"Sec.aa 5. The Supreme Court shall have,the Constitution of the State of Florida 1 be Ocala, Florida. The said land being assessed at the date of cation for permit to .; Uquor \ ,", I

!. &OUt to minutes by the mother of thayouflg'lady. jurisdiction in all cases at law and are hereby agreed to and shall I beat the issuance of such certificate in the name of Beer in Ebxtioa L>i-tnct '1Ie.c iKt ci II: .
I. appellate Circuit Courts;'leubmitted to the electors of the State : Finest Imported and party unknown. Unless said cettificate shall i state:any atiatB ol attUt election dut t,,
and in equity originating be according law there
1 ndeemeJ o tax deed show cause tidy be. at tnt mi' '.
of appeals from the Circuit Courts ia the general election held la Novemmat & the J6th day of wl I board ta be h.ld the -
W. E. Edwards and Domestic Cloths. t iln o Sept. the oa
' "
) Dr. was hastily sumJmoned cases arising before County Judges, in fcer. A. D. 1904. to wit: :. J ; .s .;" 1904. ., : A IXr 1904. next why such permit .h ,;,"<1

/ and ;twheroic..steps .to sara ten pertaining to their probate jurIs dto-.i Section 23. article 8, cf Constitution Cutting a Specialty I witnes'my official signature and seal this the granted.

She Is 'res 'easDy and tion, and In the management of the estates, of the State of Florida. is hereby amended mddayofAng. A4D.I904. 8 T l'.tit \ frk.
g now .
her 1 jdIn.cases of conviction of: CQ as to -read as follows: Fits Guaranteed. -: S T.SISTRISK. CerkolthcadMC'lulI ',.' '. a- -

: \.i' recover. II Unfatz. '. .. :. 1 Clerk Circuit Cur Marion Co..Fla. Marion county. Ficrida. -




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the The Editor Court(the House Ocala Banner.Proposition.To """""n"'nn'''i'''''' !"itr''f'r'''tmmntt' ,nun i +ntrnnnmm, '" ""rn'" +"n,,f,,f,.,,,'n''+ x 1::

In your weekly issue of last weeka

writer under the caption of "The ,. -- !
New Court House Proposition Discussed ---I
from Fort McCoy, and over : --1- ,

the signature of "A Voter," in bis r ",,..... .;" .....- -
._-?. '.... --
Ti. -
< '" ...
usual forcible and lucid style wrote a .
number of good things, among which ; : 'T' .;D' : > ...
.,, ,:.( ;,., ,: .:"_ : "
he said: "Let the commissioners levyan . >, "J "... ...: .
extra tax to raise thirty-five or '
forty thousand dollars, say within :: j"

three years," etc. ::: ,
; As I feel authorized to say that the
board of county commissioners of -- :: .ji.
Marion county will at time ..- -...
any appreciate .
I -- SOAPSOAPI .... %
suggestions and recommendations I -- aUWU __. ._ ,
on practical lines as to enlarging --- ......
the old, or building a new courthouse ...... ;.
by any'of our tax payers, I: ....-
desire to state for the benefit of all ......
concerned, that under existing law ...... --
...... .
the board is limited to a levy of two ...... -e''e
mills per year for two successive : ...
..... _
years only, for that purpose. That .. ......_
levy in round numbers will raise the ......
sum of$16,000. By a special act of -.

the legislature of 1903, we feel that Generally when lady wants cake of nice Toilet --
the state ought to pay Marion county a a 3

$10,000 for the armory,and land upon

which the years two it stands.would mill levy raise That for a amount fund two of successive addedto $26-- Soap she thinks of no place but a drug store. Nowwe 3

000. There remains but two other

modes of'raising a large sum of desire to that all first class 3

money by the county commissioners.One ...... say Fdlcy) Grocery
is aspecial act of the legislature
authorizing the county commissionersto ---j'
levy a building tax of say four and Stores Handle Toilet and :
Soaps we are no
F a half or five and a half mills tax for ...... exceptionnor 3
x 190-5, in addition to the two mill
building tax that has been levied for do take back --
we a seat for store
1904. The other is to bond the coun.I I- any concerning .
take it that the first proposition j jj -
j -
would be burdensome to the taxpayers j

of the would county.require The the second county proposition commissioners -- 4: Quantity Quality Or ariety. I I

to order an election for, :
the legal voters of the county to vote .I. -- .

for, or against bonds, and in the 4 y .-.....- ;
event a majority vote for bonds, in j
that event the bonds could be issuedto We have an immense stock of choice Toilet Soaps.

raise the amount of money necessary. I .'
..... i
At the last meeting of the county The Quality is guaranteed and have the ....
commissioners, after inviting the taxpayers we Variety
of the county to meet with

them premises and, and give their after opinions listening in to the all [ for you to make the selection from and the prices -___ 'D

who met with them, and desired to ,
be heard, decided to enlarge the old
court house upon "some up-to-date E they will please I =. \
plans, so as to have a modern court you. : _, ,
T .
house in style, with ample room for : I' ... ,' .
all county officers, including rooms .... : S
I .... __ -- -- 1
for the grand jury and judge of the ., -: -_- 1.I .
circuit court, and levied a two mill F J I
tax for that purpose. No further --
action: can be taken by the board, ex- 1 i We have it from 3 cakes __
to the box for 25
cept as to plans and specifications, cents up to 3 for $1.00. 3.'

until the July or August meeting cf __

1905. .f-fOurTube....: : Rose,, 3 for 25 cents; our Witch Hazel, 3 for 10 cents, are" ==

In the meantime I, as a membe ,
of the board, would be pleased to E: the best goods that can be bought for the J.Then ... ;:2"

have the opinion of any citizen or money, besides, you y
citizens of the county as to the best t
course to pursue in the premises. I can get Uncle Sam's Tar Soap, 5 and 10 cents a cake; Pumise Ivory
am clearly of the opinion that the ,
old court house can be enlarged on T Copco, Woodhill's Stable and .
Dog Soap, Our boxes of :
r modem plans so as to be equal in size, Glycerine Cass

architecture and appearance to the tile at 35 cents a box beauties -4lII'
majority of the court houses of the are
state that cost$50,000, for the sum of25OOO. ,
-... ", _
.... .
H. w. LONG.Mattel. ..... :.
Aug.22, 1904. : .... .

Violent Attack cf Cell Ciarr&hsea, Cholera! and Cired Ciarrhcea IjChasterlah's I IN LAUNDRY SOAP WE THE '
EeaeJy Save and!.Perhaps! a life BEST TO 'BE HAD : :

"A short time ago I was taken with :: ,.
a violent attack of Diarrahoa and t: 6,7 AND 12 BOBS FOR 25C. BY THE BOX OF !100 BARS IT COMES'
: 4- beleive I would have died if I had not !I LESS. ::::: :,
gotton releif," says John J. Patton,a -
leading citizen of Patton, Ala. "A __ .- ....... '
friend recommended Chamberlain'sCholic --

Cholera and Diarrahoea ._..._. -.
bottle Remedy.and I after bought taking twenty-five three doses cent of E Now don't forget .when You want Soap next time -4..
it I was entirely cured. I consider it -- to call and give ::
the best remedy in the world for us
bowels complaints. For Sale by t a trial, See what we have and what we ask for --
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m our goods. :; :

Line Railwav. :: ': : ------
Special! Rates.
Summer Tourist Rates. Tickets to : Place --r. : :; .
principal resorts on sale daily with -
extreme limit October 31, 1904. '
$34.35 Eureka Springs,Art, and re- -...-.-.-
turn. Tickets on limited sale 60 Wednesdaysand ..,. :
Saturdays days.
$28 35 Hot Springs Ark., and return. :
Tickets on sale Wednesdays and g TEAPOT "
Saturdays limited 60 days. GROCERY.
167.75 Us Angles, Cat, and return.
Tickets on sale Aug. 15 to Sep 9,
inclusive with final limit Oct.23. -

f23.75 limited Tickets Richmond to on Sept sale 15 Sept.,Ya., 4,5 and, 6 return., and j!I), 1..nuuu..liU6u.nunnUU'UU6U6"UlUUU6"-. ,. ,,, ...,......,,.,.,,,. ,.. ,. { { ..... ; .

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xml record header identifier 2008-09-11setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Ocala banner.Ocala daily bannerDaily bannerBannerdc:subject Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher The Banner Pub. Co.The Banner Pub. Co.,dc:date August 26, 1904dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2052272 (ALEPH)sn 88074815 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Marion -- OcalaUnited States of America -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida