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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 3 July 1903

V i THE OCALA BANNER PAGE P A GE SEVEN BRAKES BRA ES FAIL TO TOWORK TOWORK TOWORK WORK ON TROLLY TROLLYCollides Collides Witl freight Train Two Per Persogs PerI Persons = I sons are Killed KilledMUNY KilledMANY KilledMANY MANY ARE SERIOUSLY INJURED INJUREDReturning INJUREDW W Wkie ile Returning From Picnic Outiijg Pleasure PleasureParty PleasureParty PleasureParty Party Meets With a fatal jccideitMotornui AccideltMotontOl Accident AccidentMotornpi Motornpi Stuck Stuc to his post aldWas aidWas aid aidWas Was Badly Injured QtcafO June 30croded 30 Crowded with withfroHJbound withmbound withbo froHJbound bo e bound passengers an Archer av avwoe avICue avssae woe trolley CAT crashed crSh into a Belt BeltUietJwiekt Belt1Jae BeltQet UietJwiekt 1Jae Qet t train tralnt at Archer ivenue ivenuestd avenue avenueMid Mid 1 Fortjrserenth street early arJ today todaypucngers todayo todayTo To o passengers llgers were ere killed and manyHi1 manyoiw many manyY Hi1 ii oiw Y injured injuredTfct lredn i...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 3 July 1903

r < os a < eyx w we M r1zs i + a F Fr vw a < e 4 isi f fTHE i f i PAGE EIGHT THE OCALA BANNER 1 NEGRO LYNCHED LYNCHEDIN IN SCOTTSBORO SCOTTSBOROWas I Was Tal Taken en pro From m Jail aqd Strung up upby upI upby upby I by Angry Mob MobTHE MobifIRE MobTHE I THE SHERIFF HAS If AS fiERCE FIGHT FIGHTWhenMob FIG FIGHTWhenMob 1fT 1fTWhenMob WhenMob Appeared fe Seized Two Pistols and andat ondat andat at Top of the Jail Stairway Defied Mob Mobto Mobto Mobto to Take To e the Prisoner PrisonerWos Was BadlyWounded BadlyWounded Badly BadlyWounded Wounded in Leg and 1rirj Irn e4T e4TNashrtlle Nashrtlle I Tenn July 1 L 1A A special specialto speclto to The Banner from Scottsboro Alae Ala AlaMiye AlLndrew Miye e ys Andraw Diggs a negro was tak taken taken taksat ¬ en from the Jail last night and hanged hangedby by a mob mobThe mobThe mobThe The negro was arrested Sunday fox foxan foras an 11 attempt to criminally assault Miss MisaAlma MissAlma UssAlma Alma the 19yearold 19year ld daughter...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 3 July 1903

I THE OCALA BANNER PAGE NINE NINEA A 1 N NNN J JPOLITICAL N G fltilLlTICAL POLITICAL L LFROM CHIPS CHIPSFROM FROM THE STATE PRESSNNNN PRESS PRESST 1 1NOT + + + + + + NNNN NNNNYOT + NOT T A CLAM CLAMJut CLAMDug I IJull Jut because e Jeff J en Browne is sojourn sojourniigon sojournis ojournlag it does not neceseari necesearilv necesesriI I iigon lag on the coast Cfa t lv mean JDe Inranor n that he is doing the oyster oysterordam oysteror ordam or clam act atPalatka Palatkn l21tkR Herald HeraldAS AS TO JUDGE LIDDON LIDDONCowif LIDDONfow > < fow Cowif 0 if Judge J u1 Liddou will take his hisgrindstone hislrindston hisI I grindstone rindstoue out of soak he b mi might ht be beenabled beenabled beegabled enabled to grind the gubernatorial gubernatoriallampatgn gub gubernatorialb rnatori211 rnatori211dnratgn ca lampatgn b l at sn snlachlcola dowru to a fine edge edgeApa edgeApaJacblcoh Apa ApaUchicola Uchicola Times TimesWILL TimesWILL TimesWILL WILL BE I POPULAR IN L OCALA OCALABrow...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 3 July 1903

f S h d t ayW f o St StAGE AGE TEN r THE OCALA BANNER BANNERr u BEAUTIFUL FAITH FAITHUnder FAITHUnder FAITHUnder I Under the th snow in the dark and the cold coldA A pale paleltttle little tendnl was humming hummingSweetly hummingISweeU hummingSweetly Sweetly it sang neath the frozen mould mouldOf Of the beautiful time that was coming comingHow comingUow comingIiow How foolish your songs said a lump of clay clayW W x at is there I ask k to prove themlook them themlook themlook look at the thewall wail between you and nd the day dayow dayow dayow ow can you have power to remove themBut them themIBot themIButunder But IButunder under the ice and under the snow snowThe snowrhe snowThe The pale little sprout kept singing singingtf tf 1 cannot tell how but I know I know knowI knowknow I know what the days are bringing bringingBuds bringingBuds Buds and blossoms and buzzing bees beesBlue beesIlluc beesBlue Blue blue skies rboveme rbovemeBloom rboemeBloom bovemeBloom Bloom on the meadow an...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 3 July 1903

J THE OCALA BANNER PAGE ELEVEM MANY INJURED BYFALLING BY BYFALLING I IFALLING FALLING ELEVATOR ELEVATORAccident ELEV A TOR TORAccident Accident Mangles Maijy at Pittsburg PittsburgPeggsylvania PittsburgPeggsyl1Jania PittsburgPetsy1vunia Peggsyl1JaniaSH Peggsylvania PeggsylvaniaBROKE Petsy1vuniaSHAFT SH SHAFT fT BROKE ON FIIST Fli ST FLOOI FLOOITweijtyThree FLOOR FLOORTwerjtyThree FLOOITwentyThree TwerjtyThree People were Crowded in the Ele Elevator Elevator Eleyator ¬ vator wrjen it fell with a Crasrj Crosl Causing Causingthe the Injury of o a Large Nunjber of ofPersons ofPersonszNo ofPersonsNo Persons PersonszNo No fatalities P1tt9beg g P July J 1 LDhebreak LDhe Tfce break breakbe breakIg be 1 of a sba slraftontlhefirst oa the first floor GOroi of o the theA tfteA A J Heiax He coeajaays t9mpan pany pant in Alie Aliefieay AIlePeBY jie fieay rela reJfIIR4 e4 the ropes supporting supportingt ltp < Mtin MtinJar t Jar large e freight fre elevator on which 1hichper1iOB6i whchperon 25 ...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 3 July 1903

i iIPAGE 5 t ti i p F IPAGE i TWELVE THE OCALA BANNER r A MARV MARVELOUS ELOUS STRUCTURE STRUCTUREGrandeur RE REe e Grandeur Grand ur at the Great Natural NaturalBridK XataraBrld NaturalBridge Bridge In Virginia VirginiaVirginia Ylr VirginiaVirginia lnla lnlaVirginia Virginia is a state which abounds aboundswith aboundtrtth aboundswith with springs which have medicinal medicinalproperties cedicinaprop inediciuaProperties properties prop rtie It is also a 1 state In which whichnearly whichnearly whichl1earl nearly every eN foot of ground has histor historic ¬ ic associations ns ociatiou and this fact together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith M with its glorious landscapes laud capes makes it itAD itan b Mb an unusually unu uully interesting state to visit visitThere ylsitThere visitu u There are thousands of resorts each of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich which has its it own special attractions attractionsbut but none has attracted more visitors visitorsthan visitorsthan visitorsthan ...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

4 1 r ys s r C 1 THE OCALA BANNER BANNERThe The paper paperI I GG I Of the e People for or the e People and an by v the e People PeopleVOL VOL AXXVL NO 50 OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY JO 0 1903 1 03 r DOLLAR OTrAT A A YEAR nmrmmmmmmmmmrmrmr nmrmmmmmmmmmrmrmrIN 1 r IN INABOX INABOXou A BOX BOXIf 1 = If Ify Ifydice you Ou want to write a nice letter you can do it italee if you have havebox havealee alee stationery Youre in a box if you havent th thpiper the paper pit per and andbuy andper andper = = lx lxI piper per is l in a nice box if you buy it here We have many styles stylftsPOSTOFFICE stylp9POSTOFFICE lxPOSTOFFICE POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE STOREI r J 1 1i 1i 1cr I 1111 l1i il i i il l il l l l l i l l l li lTh i i I TbH Th Spw s ce Reserved Rc1 Cft4 for I D S It Voodrow oodro cr Phosphate and Timber Lands Ocala Fla FlaI I t i LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGSFiiy Miss Fiiy y Yibbett of Largo isvialting is isrelatives vialting 11110 relatives in Ocala OcalaMr OcalaMr OcalaMr Mr Walter lter Ea...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

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Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

+ wT rJ r < 4 THE OCALA BAN BANNER BANNERThe ER ERThe J The TheVOL paper Of U 1 the e People lor or the e People an and by y the e People People3OH u VOL LX AXXVL XX VI NO 50 51 OH OCALA AT A TTTTV in FLORIDA FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 10 itiHQ 1903 1 03 DOLLAR A YE YEA AH It From i + mm Daily DaH Banner July Ju1 nth r T = Ii IitlI tlI tlIr 4ft 4ft4l r r tlIr j T Ti 4l 4lb V t t w wV In i EE 1rcR5 1rcR5g I M g ii cL t b V yJ v 8 8e 8THE e I VT t I IhII hII hIII I f Ifij Ifijrr rr V THE GLORIOUS FOURTH V i f Ml along the ages a few fe brave spirits whose intel intelllecfcs intelIleeDs llecfcs like the mountain peaks rose higher b than theirrte their theirsurroundings theirIsurroundings rte surroundings dreamed of the coming of the timewhen time timewhen timehen when hen the nations of the earth would be governed by byDhe bytlhe b 3 3the the consent of the governed governedSimple governedSitilple governedI I Simple and fair as this proposition sounds to us it itwas itas itivas was as comb...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

< afesi w n F t < < < r e sfi f + ti uN Ae = M va a sMx yvwYS ror r + L 4t v4 xa 7 a > K + TiAiR TiAiROCALA 2 i a THE OCALA BANNER PAGE FOUR fc I THE H G OCALA BANNER BANNERFBANS FBANS RABBIS S Editor EditorV Sit Sitvrr d or f t 1 V Leavengood Loa vrr ng ood Business Manager ManagerMOTTO Klnlgert 1 ana B er h t l o f 6 6i i I t i r r r MOTTO THE BANNER BA HER ER BELIES BELIEVING BELIEVINGTHOSE BELIEYIXGTHOSE INi INie e THOSE AT THE TOP WELIi Zti ELL ABLE TO TOTAKE TOt 1 t TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES THE ISELVES HAS HASTAKEN HASr HASTAhEN r TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI BARRICADES HARIUCDFs BARFtICSDFS ¬ CADES WITH lTH THE COJIMON co r loN PEOPLE PEOPLEAND PEOPLEASD PEOPLEA AND A TD ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR FORTHE FORTHE FORTH THE TH BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE THEBOTTOM THEBoTTO THEoTTOIt BOTTOM BoTTOt t FRIDAY JULY TUL Y 10 1903 AGE NO LIMIT LI iT TO USEFULNESS USEFULNESSWhen USEFULNESSYhell USEFULNESSVhetl When first elected to the UnitedStates United UnitedStates Unite...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

NL NLd y d THE OCALA BANNER BANNERThe tWNERi i I The paper Of U the People for the People and by the People PeopleVOL 1 1VOL VOL XXXVI NO 50 > OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 10 0 1903 DOLLAR A YEAR USA 2L1SASSTH HASSIS Local EditorINGS Editor EditorHAPPENINGS EditorJlAPPEHIHGS HAPPENINGS APP APPYr EN INGS ABOUT TOWN TOWNMr Mr DW D V Davis is visiting vi iting Atlanta AtlantaIr air > Ir and Mrs C C Rawls of Elm Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood wood were in the city yesterday yesterdayj4r 1 1I 1Hr I fir J J < eriB returned r lurn yesterday yesterdayfrom esterdayfrom from a weeks visit isit to his mother at atS attlnnsboro atWinnsboro tlnnsboro S CMr C CMr CMr Mr Tom 0 Owen weu WHS up from Lake LakeWeir LakeWeir LakeWeir Weir yesterday and sayethe sa says the bathing bathingfe fe 1 j most lD08tdeUghtrul lD08tdeUghtrulJlnL delightful oetdelightfulR s sMrs Mrs R F Hyman H man and children childrenwill childrenwill will leave shortly for or North Carolina Carolinafor C ifolin8 ifolin8for for t...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

jrf lrtfrMtt aa > Mhfa fe fePAGE < r 1 THE OCALA BANNER PAGE SIX i fElItMEliS S INSTITUTE INSTITUTECOLUMN 1 1COLUMN 1 COLUMN COLUMNHon t 1 f Hon JL A P askin Editor EditorSave EditorSave Save Hay HaJIt It Will be High Next ext Sea Season Season Season ¬ son sonThe sonThe sonTye The trucking season being over o er and andcorn andcom andcorn corn crops having ha in been finished it is isveil iswell iswell well for us to see after our hay crops cropsFortunately cropFortunately cropsFortunately Fortunately for forour our part of the county countywe we have ha e unusually fine prospects for forcorn forcorn forcorn corn which is about safe and prom promises promices promi ¬ ices i Fes sufficient for the wants w nts of our peo people pe0ple people ¬ ple There being no money as a rule rulein rulein rulel l in raising corn forsale fora ale compared withtruck with withtruck withtruck truck crops we have ha e got into the thehabit thehabit thehabit habit of planting only onl 3 enough for...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

rw rwTHE I I THE OCALA BANNER PAGE SEVEN SEVENI SEVENI LIE OF POPE LEO lEDFAST LEOFAST LEOFAST FAST EBBING AWAY AWAYut Lsf ut t Rot it t In Shadow of the theVatican theVatican theVtican Vatican VaticanOF VticanpitDRY pitDRY rPO < < T OF HIS HISL PHYSICIANS PHYSICIANSStill L p4itiff nti < < Still Exhibts Remarkable VI VIbut VItItt VIr r tItt but It Is Believed Iied His Pass PassAway PassAway Passt t ku Away I Is 1 a Question of Hour HourHfrt HounIMrt Howhrt IMrt hrt Hfrt HKtery ry of His HI Life LifeR j R i July JaI 7 1The The text of the bul bulUeued bulJetM buleI JetM eI lIMed ed by physicians this morn mornMi morn1e mornthe Mi the 1e condition of the pope popeiii popera ra ii s a u a followsjjtV follo follows roflowE4o1gh 1 4o1gh jjtV f his 8 hellnee pasted the thealKoet theIIIIM thaIM IIIIM IM alKoet a1a la without aleop he to notbe not notjatr 0 jatr M a be wae w TeeUrday Tbe Tbebeen ItoPS JJ PS kae been beaeAled aed by the th hi hiHa tnIV t tJ4S J4S IV Ha of dlgltal...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

° nW35 p ± F > v + n var h hPAGE t PAGE EIGHT THE OCALA BANNER BELLEVIEW BELLEVIEWHot I IIHot Ip II I l lHot p Hot weather is the order of the day dayibut dayIbut ibut it does not interfere interf re with the thewhipping thehipping I II whipping th pping of pears which are still go going gollg gofug ¬ fug llg forward by Messrs R D Ridge RidgeJ i iA iJ A J Nelson J R Bryant and G R RGriffin RGriffin RGriffin Griffin GriffinMrs GriffinI Griffini1rs Griffinistrs I Mrs J D Pope and children left leftlast leftlast leftlast last week for North Carolina Cartll1naMaster CarolinaMaster C21rttlimli1aster Master J Lyle and Miss Ii s Ella Lyle Lyleleft Lyleleft I left for a visit to relatives in South SouthCarolina SouthCarolina t tarolina Carolina last week weekMiss weekMiss I Miss Adelaide B Webster left for forAsheville forAsheYiUp forAsheville Asheville and Tryou T on S C last Wed Wednesday Wednesday ¬ nesday nesdayMr D I Ilr Mr lr Hex Nichols lt holy left for Boston and andNorth I INort...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

i u r sJFF sJFFTHE 2 + ar y z zr r G THE OCALA BANNER PAGE NINE t tJ ROOD BOD ° ° 0 HUMOURS HUMOURStiUuKwrsScalp HUMOURSHair i it iIlllDirsJ r tiUuKwrsScalp pip IlllDirsJ Scalp Humours HumoursHair HUlRoursHair HumoursSimpleScrofulous Hair Humours HumoursMM Humoursr I II Ii I i i iI MM Simple Scrofulous or orHereditary I II I I Hereditary HereditaryCured HereditaryI Hereditarysfily HereditarySpIiI I sfily Cured by Guticura GuticuraSup CuticuraSUP CutleurasupJ Sup Ointment and Pills Pillsfta PillsAll PillsOther fta All Other Other Remedies and andBest andBest an ans Best s Physicians Fail FailCWPIETE FailCOMPLETE COMPLETE TREATMENT 5100 5100In 100 100In In the treatment of torturing disfigsit disfig disfiguring di8figwmg ¬ sit Itching scaly crusted pimply pimplyWotcby pimplytotcl11 pimplyblokly Wotcby and scrofulous humours of the thetin theKln theIu tin Iu scalp acal and bloodwith blood with loss of hair hairCaticttraboap bairctktua hairQ Caticttraboap ctktua Q Soap Ointment and Pill...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

Y MtMA 4r i J r AGE TEN I THE OCALA nrat a BANNER BANNERj j AVERAGE CONDITION CONDITIONOF OF COTTON JUNE 25 25s U S Department t of Agricul Agriculture Agriculture ggriculLure ¬ ture Makes Report EeportTEN 1 TEN EN YEAR AVERAGE OF 854 854Statement 854Iltatement 854itatentent Statement Shows Condition by States Stateson on June 25 In Each of the Last LastThree Lastrce LastThree Three rce Years With the Ten Year YearAverages YeariAverages YearAverages Averages iAveragesJ AveragesWashington J Washington Was ing on July 4 4TI1e The monthly monthlyreport monthlyireport report of the chief chi of bureau of stas sta statistics statistics ¬ tistics of the department of agricul agriculture agriculture ¬ ture will show the average condition conditionof of cotton on June 25 to have been 771 771as 771as i i icompared as compared with 741 i 41 on May la 26 1903 S47 47 i on June 25 1902 Sll on onJune onJune 0 n June 25 5 1901 and a tenyear averagee average e i e of f 854 854The Si Sibe The be fol...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

T 4 T w f THE OCALA BANNER PAGE ELEVEN t H > booo Per Day DayThis This is the average sum paid paidto paiddaily paiddaito daily daito to policyholders by The TheJfutual TheMutual TheMutual Mutual Life Insurance Com Company Company CompiflY ¬ pany of New York Multiply Multiplythat that by b bya a year and the wonder wonderof I of the amount disappears when whenyou whenyou vhenI I you learn how and where the thelargest theI thelargest I largest accumulation of trust trustfunds trustI tstfends I funds in the world is is invested investedas investedasshown as asshown shown in CIA A Bankers Will WillThis WillThis Till TillThis This book is sent on request requestCompany TWa Company Companyinn rub rublinIIa TI TIfirI linIIa inn la Awea Aweaftrtt ABcuFiNlID AuetifirstIn ftrtt FiNlID ln Amount PaM PolicyholdenFirltlrt Policyholder PolicyholderFirst Policyo1denFirtiftAS First Firltlrt FirtiftAS FirtiftASTHE la Ag AgTHE AITHE THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE INSURANCECOMPANY INSURANCCOllPA INSURA...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 10 July 1903

I IPAGE 0 Ii c PAGE TWELVE THE OCALA BANNER The Old 01 Fellows Will Soon be Out of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Way WaySome WaySome WaySome b Some years earB ago when Gen Gordon Gordonwas Gordonwas was a candidate for the senate be anb answered an answered anBwered ¬ swered the charge that the exConfed exConfederated exConfrderates d deratezs ¬ erated were monopolizing the offices officeswith officeswIth officeswith with a pathetic assurance that such suchcomplaintsltcould suchcom suchcomplaintsEicould complaintsltcould com laintsitcould not be heard t 128 128there bsthere > 8 8there there would soon be no exConfeder exConfederates exConfederates ¬ ates to bar the way and vex the am ambition ambition ambition ¬ bition of the younger and aspiring aspiringlament aspiringent aspiringmoment lament ent who seek promotion through throughthe I Ithe the thorny paths of politics politicsA I A still more suggestive incident oc occurred occurrpd occurred ¬ curred in Virginia long after the war war...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 17 July 1903

2 2w 2 w t I1 THE OCALA BANNER BANNERTlie BANNERIe Ie The paper a Of the e People ± tor or the e People and an by the e People PeopleVOL eo e eLtixxvI I VOL VO LtixxvI XXXVI NO Iv 0 51 OCALA FLORIDA 9 FRIDAY JULY 17 1D03 1 03 DOLLAR n 0 L LAR AT A Y J i > mmn r I r 1r 1 I I r r I IN INABOX INABOX1ft A BOX BOXPOSTOFFICE I r r s F Jr 1ft + ou want to write a nice letter le ter you can do it if ou have haveee = = 1 = nice ee stationery stationerypiper 1oure In a box If you havent ha ent the paper and andI r paper Is in a n nice ce box if you Ju buy it here Ve have many styles stylesI stylpsPOSTOFFICE I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE I i iTtw F I Il1ll11l11l11l11lLLllllLLlL 1 r w 1 1r r 1 1EE r rThu EE r r l1ll11l11l11l11lLLllllLLlL iLLllLlLLlLLlLLlLLllLllLllLllLllLllL iLLllLlLLlLLlLLlLLllLllLllLllLllLllLs < s Ttw spree Reserved R Re < erred tecI for D S Woodrow Phosphate and Timber Lands Ocala Fla I USA siiL ELIZASZTE nIZ m SASSIS Local EditorABOUT Editor EditorPPPENINGS EditorlIAPPEHI...

Publication Title: Ocala Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ocala banner. — 17 July 1903

ii Fw1w wp r y > 16 16v 16PAGE Q PAGE TWO THE OCALA BANNER A Little Child Badly Hurt HurtAbout HurtAbout HurtAbout About dark Wednesday afternoon the thelittle th thlittle thelittle little year old daughter of Mr and andMrs andIIrs andairs Mrs E C Bennett fell from the thebuggy tbebug thebuggy buggy bug y The little one was picked u up upand upsnd p pand and Dr Hood was summoned imme immediately immediately immediately ¬ diately and after an examination it itwas itwas itas was as found that one of the little girls girlslegs girlslegs girlslegs legs was broken between the knee kneeand kneeAnd kneeand and ankle ankleMrs anklelIrs anklelhrs Mrs Clark the grandmother r of the thebaby thebaby thebabygof baby babygof got out of the vehicle in front frontof frontof frontof of Rheinauers store and the baby babytried bab babtritd babytried tried to spring after her and fell to tothe tothe tothe the ground groundAbout groundAhout groundAbout About noon of Wednesday this thisaame thisaameli...

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