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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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VOL. AXXVII, NO S3 OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2t.i. 1904 DOLLAR. A YEAR '

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IE Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap special to the Ocala BannerJacktonriUe Customer, .I CALL QN J)ITTO'

to the Misses Burner
_:;: In good with any water, but is specially :-_:: and Bailey Flv, Feb. i"0, 191H- FOR

== adapted for Hard Water. JOe Qr 3 tor2ac ::: The congressional coiiAuittte i is here Says: -
Ocala people have certainly out
h --- --- done themselves in giving beautiful investigating the charges! against Real Estate & InsuranceF.

K -- Judge Charles Swyne of the United
social affairs during the past winter "
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.:.::. -- until it seems that each event is more States court for the western districtof

--o.- --- delightful than the last, bat decidedly Florida.Mrs. lure my money, because I \ '. DITTO,
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the most and novel affair know I
'" unique must be safe beforeI
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a was, the oyster roast given by Mr. Ulred's Card Party
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::: can get any of yours.
f5 .f and Mrs. Jack Camp Thursday night Mrs. Neil M. Allred entertained ,

-== ( :-:: Feb. 18, for their IUebts18 Annie quite a number of her friends informally Some might grumble at Homes, a

--- -I II Jes i, aid Mildred Xurney, and at cards Tuesday afternoon at her your being strict, but I Investments,

--- Miss CarrieBailey, who is the guestof attractive home on Watula street. think it is coin ineiul able." Mill and Turpentine

-- -J Mrs. Clarence Camp. There were seven tables of progressive .
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Locations.
:-:: :1:: r Their guests were, brides the honor whist which .was played most
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r guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp eujoyadly for about an hour and a And anything you want.

| POSTOFFICE DRUG 1 I Mrs. W. S. Camp Mr. and Mrs. half.Mrs. Munroei& Chambliss, CALL 0* DITTO.
STORE.
I Frank Drake, Mr and Mrs. H. A. Alired's mother, Mrs. 0. M.

:: t Prescriptions receive careful attention. ::: Ford, Miss Stotesbury,' MrHarrell, Hubbard, kept the score. Refreshments Bankers
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\Iri.: Brry" Hiss, Misses Either in courses were served after the
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7111! 111111111111111111111111111IlI ll"11l11l11l11l11l11l11l11l11l11l11l11!" WeatherGertrude Pereda, Hattie games.

Roseubaurn, Mona Hiller, Sara and An invitation to Mr. AllredS is Urotcaatonal.m PINE APPLE

.. Violet Harris, Mamie Watson, Ealalee always accepted with great pleasure .... ............--.--

, ,. and E.oyse Izlar, Mamie Rounsaville, as her parties are very delightful .BIGGS..
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a Adelaide Hughes, Georgia :Smith, events. Her guests on Tuesday were ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. I 1

Mamie Nevitt, ValeU Potter Sue the following ladies: Mrs. H. L. (Office in ry-Agoew Block.) TAR. and
David S. Wood rowPHOSPHATE OCALA I Ft-ORIDA.
Barco and Annie Mae Htaudley, Anderson, Mrs. W. L. Hale, Mrs. -. --
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Me-'fcrs. Saudford Jewett, John H. Edward Hiller, Mr,. William Hocker, { FULLER,; _

; : LANDS. Malhews, Howard Clark, J. H. and Mrs. I. S. Hirsch, Mrs F. I* Watson, Dr: TIST. Y/INE.
Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank. Ocala.
W. D Taylor, J. H. Workman, GaleMflutou Mrs. A. E. G
S. E Hiller D. L. Auaer- lean, Mrs. Berry His.., Sirs D S. I J :M. THOMPSON.PHYSICIAN.
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If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or sou, G. H. Ford. 0. B. Howse: W. T. Woodrow, Mrs. C. V. Miller Mrs. AND SCRGEON. has cured more bad

I lease on royalty communicate with him. Wheeler, Arthur Clark, Drs. H. A Mallory Liddon, Misses. Yaleta Putter, Office over,Teapot OCALA Grocery., FLA.Opp.}{ont :tuma. cases of Indigestion,

, Daniel W. H. PUVitr and Harry C. Ethel :Sinclair, Johnnie Liddon,

i i Dozier.A Freddie Foy, Either Weathers Mona EDWIN SPENCER.ATTORN: La Grippa, Stomach

treoieudous log tire was built iu Hiller, Hattie Roseubaum, Lillian; EY-AT-LA, disorders, Coughs and
Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala Fla. .
FLORIDA
,I the yard and several barrels of oysters: Golduamer, Sara and Violet H nis, OC\LA 7-8-y Colds this winter than

Floine Crook, Edith Platt Louella J!. CHAsE, '
I -- .1 wen roasted and eaten by the merry J : a ALL OTHER remedies
crowd. Long taables were placed Gary and Gertrude Pereda. DEXTIsT.OCALA..

r under the oak trees around which Mrs McKeau proved the lucky FLA I combined.
big ,
SAGA ELIZABETH HASSIS, local Editor The best all-round liniment, for both I
man and beast, is Ramon's Serve & the guests stood and opened the player among toe married ladies and L. SISTRCJ.K, .

1 Bone Oil. Try If. 25c. Pottoffice delicious: ojsters.: Hot rolls and won a lovely cream pitcher while .CARLOs I
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Drug Store. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
____ m butttr, crackers, sardines: coffee Miss Hiller among the.youuK ladies, Room 4. Masonic Building, Ocala Fla. 5 8 ntun
i The Elks held their won the greatest number of -----
, regular month and tea Mere served with them games

Cpl. John L luglis was at the ly roe tiug! Tueday' night. )Ir. Ben and everything done m regular which included a pretty silver call fOLEY'SnONYA.rotARfor to

I (Goal House Tuesday.! Rlieiuauer a'nd several others were picnic style and was greatly enjoyedby bell. c1"Vtl,. _. r No e.;.. .

initiated into the mysteries of this all the participants.' :
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i Mrs. 1I'. Ttia ard and children I Cupid in the School Room.
popular order. Th beautiful night, the McIVER and .HACKA }
happy Ocala and shared
Anthony
: "\ Lave gout to Rrddick to visit friends. I a very
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II Mr. Louis: Gregory has purchasedthe groups of young people scattered over romantic marriage Tuesday.
WANTED-To buy velvet beans I the lawn under the trees: the whole
For&om
See
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' store and cafe on North Magnolia past Cupid: 'our.DruJltl"t. or Write
ahutt. Ocala Seed Store. 12 4 tf
. 1) street recently opened by Mr. S. E. scene lighied up with bonfires was has been at work piercing with ha the Mauufacturerq.

, We regret exceedingly to learn Rowe. Many improvements will he indeed a most: entertaining picture. love-tipped arrows the young! heartsof

1 that Miss Sara Teague is quire ser made on the place aud Mr. Gregory After the oyster roast a number of Hower Rodgers:, a young gentleman FUNERAL .

invites his friends I games were played such as London who has scarcely reached his
1 iou 11 dick. I : to call o n him at
! ...--_---- ,j his location. SueoS to him. bridge, drop the haukercbief, follow majority Iud Miss Cora Lou Dugzan, DIRECTORS.Have .
; John L. Carney, of Lake O
'apt. the leader, etc. a young school miss iu short dresses.As .
I Weir, is visiting his uiauy Ocala I I Mrs. J. H.Burehellof Brooklyn At half past nine the crowd was spring approached and the -1-
I N. Y. formerly of a full stock of Coffins. Caskets
Ocala is
friends. visiting invited over to the home of Mr. and flowers bloomed, and birds carrolled
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I TydinRs' Cough Syrup is a speedy her brother Mr. Frosky, who is now Mrs. Clarence Camp, whjre they their sweet songs and everything and Burial Outfits. Special given to

I, and certain cure for coughs Cobb, manager of the Tampa Bay Hotel. ( dauced for two hours. in nature turned lightly to thoughtsof i tl I Hn CH..

etc. Try a-bottle. Tydings & Co. } I I In epeakiny; of Mrs. Burchell the For the entire evening everybodywas love, the infatuation of these two Embalming -to Order Tropical

; L. W. HaUley Ocala, is at the Tampa Times say that she is cue of I oft their dignity and this event young! people grew more and more

Arno this morning and will remain in the most tham.injj women at the II. was one of delightful abandon intense, and Tuesday played the -,,- -
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hotel. Manufacturing
Tampa several itays.-Tampa Tribune __ throughout.The prank that laughs at locksmiths and
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The best physic. "One tried and I guests of honor at this merry betook themselves to that fount tbl1tcau
){t'dus. Mason Tyson and Harry Watch the Boston
you will always use Chamberlain's I function are four of Ocala's most !>t's two hearts to beat as one and Co I1)Pol1Y) .
store ad. Next Week.
Learengood returned Tuesday from
tomaeb :
and Liver '
.. Tablets
s ay I admired visitors and quite a number always with single thought.Mr. .
a hunting trip in AUchua cotmiy. Mrs. William |lA tiirard Pease
These tablets Vt'j of other affairs are being planned for Rodgers procured a closed vehicle JACKSONVILLE FLORID 1
are tue most .
Miss Mary French, of Bridgeport, I most pleasant and most'.reliable cathI them during the next few weeks. and made his way to the Ocala Sold by AU Druggists.

('oun. and Miss Addle Webster' of artic in u&o For sale, by Auti-monop. ,, High school and told the teacher sucha
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callers the Drug Store. Book Free.
Belleview, were pleasant at oly m pathetic account of some accident .
Banner: office Tuesday. 1 If any reader of this paper will senda that had befallen the young lady's JUST RECEIVED lOUR
Miss Cornelia
Ahlum, who has two cent stamp to for
pay postage to ,
Foley' Honey and Tar cures the been the most attractive mother that he readily granted her
cough caused by attack of la grippe Lucile guest of Miss the N.K. Fairbauk Company, Depart. : permission to leave the school room FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston

It heals the lungs. IVwtoffiee Drug Ansley, of Thomasville, Ga., ment 502, Chicago, 111., he will receive and with a marriage license in his lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United

Store ru for a month past, has extended her by return mail, free of all charge a I States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg
visit to Ocala and is now the guest of of "Hor.le pocket which he had already pro Plant Beans Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm
Mr. Tom Harris spent Tuesday Miss Violet Harris copy Helps, a valuable cured from tbe recital of some storyto and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.

morning in Ocala on his way froJacksonville m from Atlanta. Miss Ahlum is book edited by Mrs. Sarah Tyson the judge ot the county court Be sure to see or write us before you buy your Early .

to Tamp Ha will re* Rorer, the famous authority on, cook prompted by the wonderful power of Corn for spring. .

maiu in Tampa for about sis weeks. "The nicest and pleasintest: medicine ing, and which contains 300 choice love, hastened behind two flying
I have used for receipts originated by the 1
indigestion and most noted steeds to Anthony, where another The Ocala Seed. Store
, Mrs W. A. Redding and children
, constipation Chamberlain's Stomach cooks; in the land. This: book is ot
I after spending a few dais in Ocala and Liver Tablets," says Melard extreme value to any housewife, as it hypnotic illusion prompted by the __ _____h_ _

the guests of Mrs. W.N. Redding have F. Craig of Middlegrove, >. Y. contains suggestions for the I same never failing power was exerted S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER
! "They work like a charm and do not making over the preacher, and the youthful
their home Jackson
returned to at of
gripe or have any unpleasant eflect- many delicious new dishes, as well lovers, under the formal rights of then :
ville. For sale by Anti-Mouopoly Drug as telling how to make the old ones i church,plighted their troth one to the I S. A. STANDLEY & CO.Livery .

R. C. Robinson and wife, prominent Store. __ ----- m a new and better wa>. other. .

I citizens of Ocala, are at the Miss Henrietta Hydrick,of Orange The performance over, the bride and Feed and Sale Stables"We ,
Almeria this roorning.-Tampa 8. C. II
burg. arrived
I in the city Tuesday bride-groom just had time to catch
Tribune. and is the guest of Mrs. J. H. I
the south bound train for Ocala and
The friends of Mr. E. W. Agnew Livingston, jr., at her home on I Watch the Boston were soon receiving the congratulations carry the most complete .

will be pleased to learn that he is Winona street. Miss Hydrick will Store ad. Next Week. and well-wishes of their friends. line of Harness, Saddles etc.

recovering from his very serious be pleasantly remembered as a visitor Sir "nd Mrs. Rodgers are now very in central Florida, and will give
illness! here several years ago when she
pleasantly located at the Parramore i"
made many friends who will be gladto III -- our patrons the very lowest 'c
Lamar Lavin, one of the progressive House.
know of her return. i We =
prices. are thoroughly y
citizens of Ocala, was admiring ---- 3. --- --__ Everybody's Magazine says that a How to properly ventilate a room

the phenomena! growth and prosperity When you feel blue and tht everything shed made of straw matting i is told in "Care of Invalids," issued equipped for fitting out turpen '

of Tampa )'tterday.-Tampa goes wrong take a dose ofChamberlain's .i posed between the regular inter-I by the Medical Department of The tine and lumber teams, gear,

Tribune. Stomach and Liver mattress of tbe bed will be Mutual Life Insurance Company of e'
Tablets. They will cleanse and invigorate i wagons etc.
Turkeween Oil Liniment is the best mitigate sensibly the horrors of Si.
your stomach regulate a hot J j' New York. This book is sent on rev a

on earth for !sprains, bruises and give you a relish for yourbowels night. It preserves the softness and i quest to those who address the Home
rheumatism. For coughs and colds your food We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and] Summers
and make you feel that in this old 4 springiness of the bed, and yet is Office of the Company Nassau,Cedar,

For apply sale with by Tydings cloth; does and Co not blister.* I world is a good place to live. For I pleasantly cool, without beiag too William and Liberty streets, New Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and FarmWagons.|

I sale by Anti-monopoly drug store. m cool. Try it on a hot night. [York City. North Side Court U uae. Ocala, Flai'cr
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COTTON PLANT. BLITCHTON.
I LIfE 6T BEUEY1EW. '

Ml Humors a
Mr. J. E Howell of the firm of
of Winter in
The Coming end Going Story Poultry Raising-Big -

Howell & Bell made a. busmen tripto
Aro impure matters which the skin, Visitors-Fruit from Unprotected Mustard Product. r t
Lees burg last night.
liver, kidneys and other organs can Orange Grovos. Special to the Oca la Banner

not take care of without help, there is Mrs. It W. Simms and daughter And Senator Hanna is no more. Mrs. Ferguson and daughter, of Dyspeptics eafel/lF\ i iare

inch an accumulation of them. Miss Eva, of Americus, Ga., arrived The many kind words said about him South Carolina, are the guests of Dr. F made eYeJ'f day their Oft \/1
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They litter the whole system. Thursday and have been visiting Mr. now are inopportune and does' him no BUtch and family. Mr. Fenrunn arse CUll that cue colllCipatioA befEd 1& i

Pimples, boils, eczema and other and Mrs. Frank Pelot. good. If a man deserves these things and son joined Mrs. Ferguson Tues r ( tocomet Tare 1 '

eruptions, low of appetite, that tired Mr. William'laylor had the mis give them during life. 1) A V } 'S R PILLS \\
feeling bilious turns fit day.A
of
indigestion
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dull headaches and many other fortune to badly sprain his right arm Mr*. A. W. Woodward i is visiting at very romantic wedding occurred .I f1{! Ji2AND PELLETS \\\ '

troubles are due to them. at Panassofl kee Friday and returned Archer. here Sunday. The contracting parties [ 'J i the oW1 temediea which ride Nature sad do sot eM is bar fI
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home. The Cotton Plant route for the hard were Miss Delia Wilson, of this I.: ere;. Powerful pw'tIltiYea' gripe prig lad maka conarmedi

Ho. d's Sarsaparilla Mr. E. W. Terrell, of Fitchburg, road has been surveyed to St. Johns place and Mr. Lewis, of Montbrook.! i\1\\ \\1 drug-takes. R&moc' Remedi act gently end let'. the 1 !!/
of Por saM by aD dou'r'' ,
dr\1p.
iMepead.1it
and Pills )(aM., arrived Fri.ayaml is stopping! church and when the road has been We extend congratulations.The \ system
1', Your 4. :gglI\ will f arcisb a free sample 01 N WLBrovn

at the Scminole.Mr. completed the people will give three school building at this place is
c Remove all humors, overcome all I CO.
: aud Mrs. W. N. Fowler, of days free excursion to Ocala I being painted. 1fg.
their effects, strengthen, tone and

.I invigorate the whole system."I Marlboro: X. Y., are registerad at the Mr. Will \Val left for Archer lastTuesday 1Ir!!. Priest, of Citrounelk1 was ihe I \ New York

Seminole. on bu-iness. guest of W. T. Willis and family last and Oreeneville.
had salt rheum on my hands so that I I
I Mr. C. \. Fiunblide left Saturday: Tenn.
could: not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparllla On account of rain, the Cotton week.
and It drove out the humor. I continued forGreenviW, S. C., share he will
I Plant club meeting was not very well Mr. R. A? saudifer was! iu Ocala
Its use till the sores disappeared. Mas.IIA time. .
spend some
O. BBOWV. Enmford Falls Me. attended last Saturday, our former Monday. F
Lucius returned Saturdayfrom I
Mrs. J. A.
Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to committeeman, Jim Hudgens and our Ir "Du-k" aud "Jack" cau't beat I
cure and keeps the promise. Grahainvill, where she has
postmaster Chariey Veal, were the "Xauce" in poultry raUiug I can.
been visiting her brother, Mr. Will OC.iL.lFL: %.
POVfOFFCE DRUG STOKE. ? ,
HERE AND THERE I Abshire. only ones present In recognition of From the 15 of January 1904 an til

Jim's faithfulness:: in the past, of February: :20, 1904, ott of :21= hens I r
Mrs. Dillard, postmistress at Summertkld -
Dr. J. M. Jackson, sr.. of Bronaon, course he was unanimously reelectedfor gathered 36 dozen eggs; set 7 hens on
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Mrs. Sunday.A
few daya.Mr. Taliaferro was! endorsed for reelection and tt'l. bringing up 12 chicks each;
"scratch" of base ball was STARTING EARLYis
game and Hon. W. D. Caru narrowly
Z.'C. Chainbli returned Friday sold 20 dozen eggs and Used 7 dozen -

afternoon from a brief business played Monday afternoon between escaped IaU endorsement for re-elec for kin-hen purposes As for mustard of great importance ia ==

the school boys and the B. B. B. club tion. r rrl 'I acquiring pn.flfieiwy to :
Texas. 1 h tve leaves 20\29 inches growing in
trip ending with a score of 29 to 7 in favorof :: 'i :- piano playing. But d a't
J. )1. Barco, the efficient managerof my garden, whku cau Us seen at any == make the rhistakeof think :::
Miss Sara Fraser returned the latter. -
Saturday!
the Commercial: Bank' of Ocala, time. ANN == 1 ing "any sort of a piano : twill
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afternoon front: a few days visit to her Mr. John HanUou has: been on the .spent ashington's birthday! on the For County Commissioner Fourth .-- -_ = do to begin oa. IT i

father at Lowell. sick list, but is again able to be up I tine farm of his son, Newcombe, at District.To '' : E 1 WON'T.. Your chili tt e d ::::

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and about. Cotton Plant. the Voters of Marion County. ==
Bruce Meflert, who attends the
:: you can afford to buy else
)Ir.- Jonathan! Hoig left Mondayfor I have beta solicited by frauds tl> == :
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East Florida Seminary at Gainesville, PINE. her ear for tuuic will bmisguided. .
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Is spending a few days with his his home in Troy, N. Y. be a candidate for re-election to the :-= Ii i ::

office of county comrn "siouer from :: t You will oe safe ia trust* ::
parents. Mrs. W. R. Bryant left Wednesday of Ocala antI
)(r. C. E. Thojias, ,
the fourth district and iu view of the J- in* to expert Hu<. dales ==
Come in and get a Ramon's Weather for a visit to Btrtow. Mis Catherine Knight of Citronuelle, witn thirty-three --
almanac. Like Ramou's Pills it fact: that I would like to have the :;:: YUN ==
A new postoffioe front to replace! the visited: Mr. aud )Irt!. J. E. Thomas :: experience. ::::
leads while others fellow. Po?toftice plate another term I have decided to -
Drug Store. in one destroyed by fire on Jtn. Stu, has Sunday Mia Knight is a charming ;; .ate c C Only th. best piano :::
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make the .-
I been received and placed in po-ilion.I youn: l lady with many accomplish- race.I :: nrg..u ::::

The horses for the rafts are beginning I Mrs. Geo. Coul-ou and mother Mr-. of Marion's most beautiful am dot unmindful of pa-t favorsat
meuts-one yi

to arrive and the racing meet E. J. flag son, of D invert, Us-., arrived and popular belles. the hands of illY fri nds, for which I i E I tTI'L'\f' ) : mi( 11)81'11lll'H) j \ \\j 1'1((l.' 3 ,"

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promises to bd a big event.: The Wednesday and i3 visiUtr Mr. Mr. Jud -ou KJardi. auj Willie laoi Vera grateful. .
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racing will be;iu March Slh and i-ou- D. 'llittle. Mrs. Coulsou has It is known -
and :Mrs. ) Thomas paid their respects at the not drfiuitely yet
Fla.
Jacksonville
tinue five days.Improvements. recently sold her fine orange grove at "Hor'e: $10" Moudiy. whether coiumissiouers will Le noui c Headquarters, 3- e

of all kinds K<> merrily Citra where she has spent her winter Mr. and Mrs. John -Villiauis, of Ft. iuattd from the districts or the bud :?1l"j" '. il"1" 1 '1'' 1 jl 1'Jl' .j11J1jl ll Jl ljill1'i1!, jljl1tl1iS, ;

This grove, though absolutely! unprotected of the county and it mates no differ-
on in Oeala. Among the other McCoy, were here Sunday.
not even banked, this year bore euce to we. I am satisfied in either
noticeable improvements now in Capt. Cuts Tuomas< j i.no betterat

progress is the &a*tou Store's new five hundred boxes of oranges and this writing.Mr. I( event. Florida East Coast Ry. ;

hundred and twenty-five lox:! of
coat of white paint. oue William H. Crauey, who came 1 feel too modtst to refer to my record -
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Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets grapefruit. JOSH. here last November from Texas, left as' commissioner further than tosay LOCAL TIME CARD No.53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.

a complete, pleasant:: fceitutific LAKE WEIR PROSPERING.A last week for Jacksonville and enlisted !: that all who have kept posted
SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
treatment for couatipation and biliousness. in the U. S. army. Mr. Craneywas kuow of my stewardship whether ars:
No. 25Dally. No.99 No. 351315p No.29 No.23Dally. .28DaiJy. No.98 I No.7> !lie.74 ...
25 doses, medicines "5c. commendable not.I STATIONS.No. I tIrIf
Postottlce Drug Store. I. m gentleman from L.I.ke'eir: was: au ex-captain ; he is a thorough or i I DaUl.I Drnly. f Drity. j! I I Doily. + D",:ly.Ma \ Da1l1 Daily '''"

in our office yesterday and gave a cbruliau, a graduate in music under don't say that I've made no mistakes :....... 3 03 p( 10 IM it 7 oi a Lv i kaoiiv'e Ar IIt".1 7Mp( di: ..
........ 313 pt _._. I 11)118&. ... ....I j S 'J1.iOD'f.eLy.: SMa7sua 7 Zip .. ._
Miss Eliza E. Crown, of Columbia, most roseate hue of thins in that Prof. A. J. Shawalteer, of Daltou, in office, neither do I say that ........ S33p957p: 120p 11 IS a.9JOa-.Augustine.!.. "ilWa', cap .tat>.< ......
....... 1161 a .. .Hastings.... ........) SU" SJJp I ...... i
8. C., who has beeu the guest of Mrs.G. beautiful aud fortunate quarter of the Ga., and Dallas, Texas:: including I will not make any if re elected, I .:.:.:.:= 1312 ? lOOp 13 12: p 940 a ..E.M06aAr..Palatka. l'aatka... 8 Wa ., Slip a it pi__

C. Croom for the past several world. sight reading, voice culture, etc. His don't say that I have pleased everybody ..... 1335p723p 225 1243p ..Ly. .......' 9 U6 a I E3p 1 33 pi7wa .
.. 10 133p71Jp 115 a 15aLT..P, Ua: _Ar .....,.. 820pS|
weeks has none to FernaniiJn, wbere He said that twenty thousand boxes loss from this couimuuity is greatly in fact I have not tried (for this 1 .
........ 7 Hp ..... .. .''ArSanUateoLv .. ..... ... .. sooa .I----. ...
she will spend the stem'uer with her of oranges were shipped from there regretted. Just a few mouths ago he is one of the impossibilities,) however .. .. .. 8 00 a 8 CO a L\f 8aa Mateo Ar 6lial 763' 7 lip133p 7UPi 1 11Clp .

brother. the and the == ... .... .. 12: .. .. i== -!
past reason next season member of of the happiest 1 have tried to be reasonable and 1. Op
:
--- .-- was a out ........ .. .....: ... .. .. LY..Neolla..LV..1'...... .. 123p I..... .
Mr. J. P. Coffin of Johnstown, the crop will be more than double. That families In Texas.! Death robbed the fair to all alike. It would be askingtoo ........ .... .. U3p ... ..... ... ". ......
....... 1133 310 13Sp 10 47 a .... .... Sow a 3. Mp "
there than two hundredacres mother and the .. ....11ti 313 1t? p 10Ma.D&ytoDL.... Slat: 163* 33Jp Ulpil !; ....
is visiting are more home of father and much to tate positionon
editor of Southern Industry, space my ..... .. -. .. lS7p ....I., .Port Orange... .. ... .. ... .. 3J3p

'- In the city. His pt.l'errt'el1tIJI! planted in orauge trees around children demoralised, began to scat the leading issues that have and :::::::: .12 17 aTilB .-: 213p213p .11 20 a :'Sw..Oak SuiTrn.*..... ..141."ii'n'p,.. .. ..4..SOa. 213 30) |>< 38211111. .. ...

r contained a special write-up of Ocala the margin and on the islaudsof the ter. All who know Mr. Craney here are likely to come UPOU know uiy :::: .. ..S27p_ 3.3p357p .la'os'p" ':::.TitusTllle.-Otx-oa. ::.... .14211a....._. ..3sa.... .. f U 5Ctp : .:::

lake. _.... .... ..... 87p OOp 17S3p..Rwktedgp.. ........ 110 .......
and
which illustrated and was avery are surprised at one of his ability record ou free ferries, read machinery, ........ ....... Sl3p U711 IZin .EJ.UGIIIIP... ........ 1:3 f"f' .....
The Radford Brothers of ...... .. ....... Slip i5p i39p..51e1'ourne. 11C2p....... .Slip lstp .....
splendid article. !: Hopkins- accomplishments choosing such alice obstructing the public highways by ........ ....... .. 53l !> .. .. ....Seha.tian... .... ... ... 11"&j .....
----- vine have the largest ........ .... .I 1 ... 8.3p . ...S:. Lu.le.... ..... .. .. 10 4..a.
Ky., grove, are he has done. He possibly explains I have had to l I.
as' etc., no reason .
gates, .
........ 7C3U 623p 3iSp..f*.ht'r.oe. SMP 1.lua 4 a !U 30 .
Mr. Thomas A. Edison, the world ........ ..t171 .....t 6 47 p653p .... .....Til.bals. ... 3 Sip ..... .. I. .Iii! P.
aid it is
giving it extra care a thing the mystery iu & letter to a change my mind on any of these .... .. .... __ ...... .... Eden ,... S Upi.;........ IttWa, ...
renowned electrician, has arrived at _.... ....... .... .... 6551' .. .....Jensen...... 6411 ...... HWaTteai .. t
of beauty.The resident: here: iu which he says. "Jba.t issues.i .. .. .. ..,... .... 735p723p ...... ... iuart....... 835 pi!. ....... .'f! ...
his beautiful winter home at Fort Hillcrest .... ... ....!.. ........ .. .. Kobe sound.. 300 CII.... .I. ...
grove, consisting contracted a roving; disposition Last but cot least I may have: someopponents. ........ ..... .... 745p ..f 1t'.ros Japiter is Wal
Myers. Mr. ElUou, who is extremely of fruit is elevated 140& 645.I., 855p 3C5p if: p W Pai I Dl BfIIl'b 713 ,| 0 .s .e 4i
mostly grape ou an and think this kind of life will suit I feel that it is your 9 25 a, 635 : itS p Si P H Bt>1'h. 'leD p--------" "aallll lita m
fond of hunting and tuning! will ;1 10 O'lll........... .. .... 933p ,..- pL.Palm. n tun.... 6 Q7
margin of the lake and presents a me better for a while." The parting bounden duty as tax payers to look 10 10 a!.... . ... 933p ....... .. .Ilt-Ira'.... 3 57 l Uhf., ... .. I
remain at Fort flyers several weeks 19 asa...... ... 13 25 p ..... .Ft.Lsud.rdalr. 501 IWs ;;: : ;jta
picture that Due would hive to travelfar of our wI'sare often shaped by circumstances carefully for iudl'ediuo1iCl' iu the Ii ii a ....,..... 13 IS p ... .. Hallandal i'--------- Iu* p
to enjoy these bports. 1132al.! . "SiP: .. .. ...Lcnmn City 41JpI S tA*!. r. ..
to
duplicate.Mr. ;: : over which we have no county U or should be of more iui|>or- II 850a IH'v 1151' HhAr .MUmi Iv & *.,.1; .. lsr

Liver slats have spoiled many pret- W. 1'oorheeowns three very Control, but the smaller obstacles Lance to the tax payers than this, the Trains do not stop at stations where time i< not II"-&..

ty complexions, and nothing &o completely rich !islands and is making
a successof : should be tended with much care less: healthy or otherwise condition of
removes them a::< Racoon'sTunictlegulator. ouiou culture. He and a of Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St Aagosti&e.
party the life ruin of the man.
they mar or county finances largely depend .
Just a mite of this your
friends have twelve asses all told and PETER STANLEY. commissioners. If JACKSONVILLE No.23*'N 0.29-r'No.'! 27t'l.o.35f No.43- I,3,1,3'! ,......99iNe.3! 'Mil} ?
pleasant vegetable powder on retiring on your county TO ST. AUGUSTINE Daily j Daily I! Daily I Daily Dally ,11.11... I IL er I DtaiIII l Doily t 0w!
have cleared much two hundred
the bloom of health on the as as
paints have good reason to believe that .
DOINGS AT THE PHOSPHATE CITY. you Jaokon\ille.. .. 766a iJcua 1025 a 1215 fry 130p: 230p 300o 806p slip /31r
tin box 25e. Post- dollars
cheeks. .
Large per acre. | 1 > .
some one else clin and will serve you Ar.at Augustiar ,,8warUIOIl12 a 15p 230p 330p 400p; SISp $ t1031p
otficeIrugStore. 111 Mr. Leaham, formerly Leahaui & I' ; "1973817.1 N 'T' ------ -
better than I will, it i is your duty to 8T. A UGUST9E! No.28+ No 92}No.98f lla3 11' '' INo. .! 11I0. 30tae. Tar N. N
,
I Mr. Stemberg, of New York was JACKSONVILLE Daily Daily I Duty D.,.. tanaq Duly D ,
The body of the little one year old Hostetter, has tWi>nt-tive acrsd elect him, but if you again trust me, TO i ; ,tSua _'sash_ _. I. : iy

son of Mr. and Mrs. 15. F. Borden planted iu tine varieties of grapes Dunuellou Tuesday.Mr. Lv.St. Auguat.ne.. 300ai 750 a! 7 80 a'll' M a; 11 40 a 1210p 460i SlOp 620pw 140p
have
I hope you will never reasonto 6 8 M 8 40 l ZIO 1 ,
lOj 7 140
T. K. North and Miss EJua A.r.JsuL.lonTi1e al! at_ al pjl240p( 550p I0j., no", p
and makes
diets this on an average of fifty
who In city Friday night, regret it. Very truly

was: buried ia the family burial barrels of wine annually. He also Lindsay were quietly married iu this X. A. FORT. The Following Are Through Pullman Trains:

grounds at Oxford Sunday morning ships large quantities of grapes to the City last:: Wednesday; night at the i .If*.37 i4 u-s EASTER*w York TRAINS loUd Florida Sp@ lnlNo. Na. 15 and J rni.aaoJl WESTERN TRAINS:
I
31 and -ouhern's Palm Limited }Ne. 93 and 9-t.bICllJ1'.tI: Ptorld.Ltni.d
home of the bride's parents by Rev. B Flattering Recognition
local and foreieu
We extend our sympathy to the markets and some of I No.48 and 44-Seaboard Florida Limited jNo. 27 and 30-Th Florida Limi'ed ,

bereaved parents. the bunches' weigh as much as a Lindsay, pastor of the Presbyterian special to Ocala the Banner. *Fbewtre1usirecowpoaedeza'uaivelyofPullmanCana..it extra seal fart win t.e.....1'IfII4' ,
Day ooaelies: operated oa the e train on which eit.a fare .
ofIr.: Alex no or seal "ebargedSANFOBD
triends
-- -- --- pound and a half. church of Oeala. While this event The aiany '-==

Dr. and Mrs. A. Li: Izlar, Mist-e The people: on the lake are all very 1 had been expected for some little Peterson, of Spring Park and {Ocala BKANCH. i!I'i t OEAJfOB CITY BKANCH.No. .

Eulalee and Eloyse Izlar, Adelaide cheerful aud it is fast getting back towht'ce time still it came somewhat as a surprise will be pleased to learn that one of -Dalll II UTlOiS. I I .31 110.1 -SvaTtosa- ':-.- I Ns.2I|' Me. 4*
{ Daily I telly' ItBi
Hughes, Dr. \Y. H. Powers and Mr. J. of their friends in this their townsmen has! been chosen and NO.12\-N\ i
it was before the freeze. Sew to many : 7 M aLf; ........ Tltimille .. ......Ar ,i J25p 1010a Ly S. So rna. .Ar1 Si.I i7Up
H. Mathews went down to Caudler :Mr. North is the of elected president: the local union )f i, ,23r1Lv......... Oateen..Ar Ilz;:alUaLT SCipl:141.wbSel_ .h I13p ( ODp
settlers are colUiug in, quite a number city. manager .... ...Enterprise..........Ar 11 OOa'i' 51S111l 3** LyOrulfec..1t' 139* ,
yesterday aftt'l noon to see the tine of visitors have spent the winter at Christians and Dicksou's store. He Steam-pipe and Boiler-coverers, IBOajAr! ...... ... Sanford ..... ...LT 103Uaji,! 5 23P, IU'Ar:; ; .Or.l'ttJe..L. 12Sp* s Z a?

orange groves iu that section and to the Southside hotel, and altogether it has been here for several years and known as the Federation of Labor, of As:19: Ho.171Dally MAYPOSTBHANCH. I lKo.ll lit.n 20loyetday

see the beautiful Lake Weir. They has been the best season in many ban t a great many friends. The bride Cincinnati, Ohio where he has been I j I I>aU,. ,......I..,


returned home on the early morning 'ears. __ ___. is a popular young lady of this place. engaged for sometime. Immediatelyafter oo a 4 15plT! ...kieanU. ............................ IIh! IMp
the chair he initiated a 08 a 1 83p|Lv.E...... .......... .: bGanl.................... .. t I 'ih
train. -- _.- Spirited Meeting at Lake Weir. Their many! friends wish them a taking 11 40 a S U1>lie. ...................... .Hh'p.w sea;.._ .............. ....... Lil aTfoa,, 3 asp
member 1145 a 29 pL ....... .................U4zta 3..k ................. t. 7 44
Rev. M. Pittmau! of New Odeaus, The democrats had a spirited meeting happy and prosperous life. mto'the order eight new 13 uo IB I t3 pllr. W.......... ...... .. _._ ""-: so s a; Is'
-T JMp
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who has accepted a call to the Chris at Lake Weir Wednesday. Mr. Mr. B. '1'. Bardiu, representing Securing many congratulations from
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAMSHIP
CONNECTIONS
tian church in this city, preached his J, L. Grautham was elected committeeman Kiugau & Co., of Jacksonville, was in the many friends he has made while AT MIAMI.

first sermons Sunday morning and and Capt. Samuel R. Pyleswas town Thursday.Mr. here. CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR

evening. Both of his discourses were recommended for eouhty com Bliss of Jacksonville, was in HAVANA, KEY WEST AND NASSAU. I
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strong ones and were greatly enjoyed.The missioner. town Friday.A. I

Chiistian congregation! are We understand it was the largest M. Wolpjn, of Savannah, representing troy TheM the several Time attttous Tables show. but their the lim"l arrival at whieh or departure trainl may the be tl lm"l ur Meted.tat..I w ttlW&.rrt..at...,..Lpar'..... f
with their new inm the Company hold itself.responsible for any delay or .
greatly pleased the Empire Jobbing Housewas oargymdoes any eunieitaeMMi" N.r. I
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Watch the Boston
meeting that has been held in that
ister and this paper unites with them "
in our city Monday.
ia extending him a cordial welcome. district in some time. Store ad. Next Week. For C5py of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other InformaUoa


OEYSIfONEYA4ARetas I War in the Far East is likely to FOLEV: ijOlffiY&ITAR SEE THE TICKET AGENT." -
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'; 1 I I J. D. RAHNER. Awt. Goo. ?a a. Agent. ST.
AUOUSTHfE.
: .ttttecou hud h.wl\\D eC i help the Near Wt' t.t Cures t Pro.a.; Pneumoala FLA.

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The paper "Of the People, for the People and bv rhe P op1t "


VOL. JCXXVII, NO 33 OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1'Ot ,f.r"AR t VKAR

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ORATORICAL CONTEST. SOME OF OCALA'S SCHOOLS

THERE IS HO SUBSTITUTE FOR --
For the Warren Medal al the Armory

Monday Night.

The elegant gold medal that has'

OY4 been given each sear by Rev. Louis I t
.
B. Warren during his residence in I

Ocala to the pupils! of the Ocala High

.4 ta school making the best oration, was ;4 :

coutesttd for at the Armory Monday Ms.

.., {
uight.. r1 .1 y
The hall wih 1
was patkei interested

tLNG I II friends of the conte-tants and of the '
L f'4
0, I I school aud the utmost attention was [ 1 ..

given to the exercises.Riv. _
I _
I II HenryV.. Little' presided in ,

I his usual happy and facetious man- t _

ner introducing each speaker in a very ,,


pleasant The exercises way. were opened with a t a 1jI1I_# +a 4y q rr

POWDER _
prayer "y 1'r.V.. 0. Lindsay after

which Miss Gertrude Peyser gave a f _- _

Absolutely Pure piano solo.There 1 ffTi1

were four contestants for the _
IT IS A MATTER# HEALTH _. '
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medal viz: Miss Addie Capplemau, j ._ t

I Hubert Coucts, Miss Johnnie G.ttiis I, _. _

,r. -- and Harry tihaw. I I L t ilH 1tUfflIII1It

-- Mr.C. E. Alison ana children came The drat speaker, Mi.-s Cxppleman, :
.NN..NNNNNN.N.1
*: AXXOCXCEMEATS. t up Monday morning from Crystal had as her subject. "What hall \\ edo OJM444Hfr1 ( ALA HIOH SCHOOL, (WHITE.)

..4*.*.******************. River. They are stopping at Mrs. J. with our Opportunities?" She
f,
.... M. Tho!ul| son's oil Fort King made a splendid tifort, giving some

f POt SIIERIFF-I hereby announce myself a candidate avenue. very excellent advice a+ to what
s for ihe office of sheriff of Marion coumy, t
should be dune with the opportunitiesthat a : FI
subject to the action ot the democratic primary..
Mi-M! Mamie Rounsaville, of Rome,
If nominated and elected I promise to performthe lie iu the reach of all. '
duties of said office to the best of my ability Ga., who iK cseises beautiful soprano The next speaker, Herbert Counts: om- 4
HENRY GORDAX. the of
voice, delighted congregation
gave a most iuter MtiDg, logical andeutertaiuinladdresshuwiug.wherein
*FOR REPRESENTATIVE.To the Baptist) church with a sole Sun

M* Ira+.rratic Voter of Jfcriun county, day morning.
FWri<1
I hereby announce mysell a candidate for the Folry's Honey and Tar is best for Depends on Her Pt-ople."
l.l Ulaturc from Marion county, subject to the r i f '#-
democratic primary,and solicit the support of croup and whooping cough, contains MUUattiepok", oa "Higher Edu- 4

my democratic friends no opUtes' and cures quickly. Care cation for Women," and advanced a+yzr. ..1- Y__ tt
CARLOS L. SISTRITNK ful mothers keep it iu the house.
t : many convincing arguments as to
Foa SHEHIFF-I respectfully announce my I Postoffice Drug Store. m
candidacy for beri8. If eluted I promise to I why women should be given the t

discharge the duties of the office faithfully,impartially Judge. William HOt'kerof Talla-: same advantage as men. r,, ) ,
and to the very best of my ability.J. .
.L.SMOAK.SiSA hos-er, who SI'f.'DttDdIlY; in Ocala Harry Shaw In a very eloquent i

with his sou, :Mr. Will Hacker: wentto oration cited be "Chances of the
:
J HOWARD AC ADt\lY (COLORED: )
ELIZABETH EASSIS, Local Eiitsr: L-tsburj Monday to spend a short Twentieth Century Boy."

I I I while with his daughter, Mrs. T. P. All of the speeches showed much .. -._ -
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. DrakrMothers-. study and a thorough knowledge of MUST WEAR! STRIPES '

.1 ran safely Rive Foley'sHoney their subjects und it wi difficult I I .THE GRATEFUL WIDOW

:\l Mw. Abe Brown has lig her gust aud Tar to their children matter to tell just which one deservedthe Jury Finds Starke Guilty of Murder j I i Of the late Henry G. Morse President of tie New York Ship Building Company,

"i. Mrs. Boer of Chi Hgo. i' coughs and colds, for it contains no medal. in Second Degree. upon receipt of the first instalment of her annual income for life of $I,sOO,

'- opiates or other poisons. Postoffice There were etjoyable piano oJoa -, Special to the Ocala B tuner. '! provided under a contract with The Mutual Life Insurance Company of N.w

r- Mr. George W.Thirties, af Ja.:ks.>u Dru; Store. niMaoue catchy parody sun( by Messrs. Jake Jl\ckIUVIIlt, Fia., Feb. 20, 1904.- :I Y rk, writes as follows:

ville, wu in the city Monday.Mr. Mi'll: Watson, who has been I and Albert Ueng, Clifford Anderson i PHILADELPHIA ._., June 9b, 19DJ.
The jury ihesecou.l trial of JamesE j i THE MrrrAL Lira INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW' YORK
the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Frank L. I .. ,,, Dear Sirs-I am in receipt of check for the first payment in statement at
( C. L. Sil trunk has retume like about this contract is that no matter how-
Watson for the few weeks left lone I live there will
,
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pat by Mr. Ltpha'm, Mrs. )McKe-ih
sung J paid me en the ajlli of June each year J 1.500.
e from % h.gl<rlp to Alabama.Capt. Monday for her home in Jacksonville brother:io-f w, John F: Augil, la.,: !, believing that to investmtnt in Mr Mor>e' estate guarantees such a sure
Mrs. Goin and Mis. Blake and
.ncome asthis policy, 1 take great pleasure in giving my unqualified
much i" the of her Ocala summer, iougbi in VMKI lau- i endorsement. Very truly yours, MAEY K..Mow.I .
Budd, of Wildwo.nl, was a rt-nret: many piano solo by Miss Miss Louise Scott. : ,

visitor to the Brick City Monday. fri-uds. \\'bilethe ju.iges. Dr. W. l>. LiiMiwy this afternoon of murder i.. ti.. I In writing for information about this forrr of policy state annual income you would

Q.ieen Aune n.ir Tonic cures Judg W. S. Bullock ami Hou.V. second decree, after beiu: "..t nU :ike guaranteed. This Company has paid FoIi1-h lders over
Mr. S. J. Benton, of Montgomery, .. '600
\V. K. Zewadski Million Dollars
dainirutt and s ires In the head; stops were reaching ad night and al. day.
his brother, Mr. J, i
} fi Ala., U visiting 'tbi-falliligoir "f !die hair and proruirsa t -dsion, Dr. Little gave a brief talk,
In the stcoud triad Starts! wi e lfhe
M. Benton. luxuriant growth. Ty'tintcs a vote of thanks was extended to all MUTUAL LIFE
& ( ouipsiiy drug store. did notaprraragtinat: him.
Washington's birthday was ('elt- who helped towards the success of theevt'ning
If a new trial is denied HieKfen'I- INSURANCE COMPANY OF
brated to Ocala by the postoffice! and Au attractive feature of the servicesat and Mr. Gottlieb was called ;

tanks closing. the Presbyterian church Sunday upon for a recitation. He bowed his ant his attorneys _will take._ an appeal.A i NEW
--- YORK
i} morning was the solo by Miss Mildred thanks and declined.Mr. Big Sale. Oldest Largest
II Mr. G. F. Beverley, of North in h, t 31
Nurney, of Suffolk, Va. She: sang George G. Mathews was then Messrs. Lucas & Barnes have disposed -
r Carolina, is: the guest of Mr. and Mrs. America RICHARD A. McCURDY. President W&M
most delightfully Kipling's beautiful."Rect'ssiond" called upon. He made a few remarks of their large turpentine plant
J. G. Spurlin. CECIL WILCOX. Manager, Jacksonville.Fla.
1\\$ ani it was greatly en- expressing his thanks to the near Daisy, in this county, to Messrs. I 1

i .. Rev. L. D. Geiger, Apopfca, spent| joyed. people for desiring to hear him speak. Hodges and O'Hara, of Buffalo Bluff

1i J Monday iu Ocala. He was accoml Mrs. Hull Atwater Anthony, The entire audience then united in Putnam county, the consideration .

i partied by his young! son. died at her home at that place last singing "America," after which the being f32,000. I

Saturday and her remains were in- medal was presented by Dr. Lindsay.The The sale was brought about by Mr. rw.d. : -1
J :; Camp of White Springs,
Mr. ,
George terred in the family burial grounds judges were unanimous in B. B. Minshew, of Pierson, Volnsia ,
h spending a f whys the guest of awarding this beautiful to
Sunday. She leaves to mourn her trophy county, and Ms. S. S. Sarage, of this
'Ir. and Mrs. Jack C lOp.j Miss Johnnie Gattis,and the decisionwas .
death a husband and nine children. county.
received with demonstrations of
j ." Rev. L. B. Warren has gone toMaconGa.to Cured Consumption.Mrs. :
J his mother. He Mrs. S. G. Thomas and daughter, applause. W. B. Evans, of Clearwater, o Cet the Baby one of our Pretty

1 i see Miss line Thomas, who have been K., write: ")[, husband lay sick
will be absent about a week. in Ocala some time stopping at Mrs.C. Bridge Whist Party. for three months; the doctors stated

------ J. Phillip's have gone to Gaines Mrs. H. S. Chambers gave a small be had quick consumption. We pro-
; Mr. W. D. Cam has gone to Atlanta, cured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound CARRIAGESThey're
"I ville, Ga., to visit friends before returning bridge whist party !Saturday after
of
to attend th? national convention Syrup and it cured him. ,That was .
to their home at Greenville noon, which was an extremely
1 county superintendents of schools. six years ago, and since then we have
.i t). C. pleasant affair. The party was planned always kept a bottle in the house. We .
VW beauties and the prices are
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mann and children Are You Restless at Night. for Mrs. Areutz but owing to the cannot do without it. For coughs or

t .. of Jacksonville, are now com- And harassed by a bad cough? Use very severe rains she was not able to colds it has no equal." 2oi, 503 and way down.

\ '(" fortably located at the Marion Farms. Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it will be present as she was visiting Mrs. T. $1.00 a bottle at Anti-Monopoly Drug Come and see,
and & Co. .
St ore Tynings druggists.Dr.
secure you sound sleep and effect a T.Munroe at her home in the country.Her .
1 ; The most reliable preparation for prompt and radical cure. 25c, SOc John A. Wyeth, celebrated
absence was greatly regretted.Mrs. .
1 kidney troubles on the market is and $1.00 at Anti-Monopoly Drug
Foley's Kidney Cure. Poatofflce Drug Store and Tydings A Co., druggists.mMrs. Chambers' guests were Misses surgeon of New York City, accompanied J. 0. PITTMAN & SON.

Store. m Minnie and Louise Gamsby, Mrs. by his son, Marion, is visitingthis

f Mrs. Chas. Tenable, of Charlotts- Campbell and baby daughter c. L Gamsby Mrs. William Anderson city especially.to! take a few days

< spending a few arrived.in Ocala Monday from Clear Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. L. A. hunt with his friend, Dr. D. M.
ville, Va., has been
Mr. Will water to join Mr. Campbell, who Finch, Mrs. D. W. Davis, Mrs. A. H. Smith. Dr. Wyeth is a guest at the
t days with her nephew,
makes Ocala headquarters. 1 hey are Marsh and Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson. Ocala House. He is a surgeon of I
i Hocker. I
stopping at Mrs. Julia Palmer's on The prize was won by Miss Louise. great distinction and is an author I

; Mrs. G. S. Scott and Miss Louise Fort King avenue.I :. Gamsby, and the consolation prize, whose books are accepted in both ,H AAAAAAWORMS. l

Scott returned Monday morning from which was drawn for by all was cap- this country and Europe as an j 1
have used Chabmerlain's Cough
a few days visit to Crystal River. I authority. ;
tured by Miss Minnie Gamsby. Both
1" Remedy for a number of years and .n/wsnn nnna _
They were the guests of Mrs. E. E. have no heiiteney in saying that UU prizes were beautiful cups and sau If the "Man from Kahn" does not j II i WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE

a : Herrick. the best remedy for cougos, colds and cers. do a good business while in !i .' I !

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part I Fir (
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I Korea" by common consent among this act can be discerned what has

RUSSIA VS. JAPAN the nations of the world having long since been widely recognized as one

since been accorded to Japan by reason of the most distinguishing traits of this .

of her proximity and later because of moat remarkable people-the readinessto

her having fairly won the distinction in yield life itself if by the death of

her war with China. But the purposeof the Individual good will accrue to the ,

the Russian government had been commonwealth. But self sacrifice alone

Causes Leading Up to accomplished, and Korea appeared to cannot'account for the progress Japan j

be the Issue, while Manchuria was at has made, nor for that matter, can h Kirin

the Present Condition least temporarily forgotten. the faculty for Imitation which the ,
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t But shrewd as are the czar's diplomats. Japanese possess to so great a degree. : i J
In the East Characteristics
he mikado has about him a few men Their adaptability to western civilization 'tjiMukdetl

of the Russians like Ito and Komura: who know a bit their willingness to accept the I

ti 'about diplomacy themselves. They- no el in the place of the customary : Japan

and the Japs | had permitted the Russians to go on their amenability to discipline, all of QNer r

> and on and on assuming that the Japs which have become proverbial speak rra J9 r. S 1 1r

had forgotten that Manchuria is stilton ing of Japan-in a word, their liberality -

1 1Russia's the map. They were merely biding is due to their innate quickness in Sea .
reviewing the present trouble between Russia's Duplicity. .
I tLoir time. Therefore when the Rusjsn the direction of ml'utalinitiative. 0/
IN Japan uul Russia and its dlsinteresiness was exposed : :- oo os1
in to of ,
'atesrneu. respond one It was the Chino-Japanese war of tof
probable outcoin.- fj necessary I wbenon! the protest: : of "p-cify- ':; their: uotts dealing Trili Knirri and the IS!>-t-fI:; that first aroused the civilized -

to (ronyc!'r tL* motive attr.atinjj Ing" }(ftu. *"-ria sLi poured :*'lJ.".I) "K"j" tl:ere, reeeiv 'd a <',II ;_. '.:nlca- world to a lively interest in the doings o -

. each of the rarties to the conSict: To ; men in!" tL..i country In WOO an 11! thej tin: from Tokyo bod'iy: s' ;'tin? the of the Land of the Rising Sun. Nearly ort Artbu \

Russia a w..r with Japan-or with any : after the war of the allied nations i who'ilsju: :
other counti':)r tliut' r t::..-wcJJ ; agslast 'fhia contrived by every artl- whet'ad crlsteM/! ; ,u-i and that the aggressive little bantam 1 1 I s rvcihalrrei r

mean territorial or other ay;:-:aud:;:e- : nee known to diplomacy to hold on to where It r'::::iy I,. :..:1hll.: ; it: 're was but would speedily lw crushed by the sheer I!, cbernul Ou

ment and nothing mo e. To Japanvar I Manchuria. .:he hs.l her railroad: connecting :: one thing to do-assume tj ignore it weight of the unwieldy old rooster, but H 9 o ,9 r sp
with
Russia e
means national existence I the Russian and Chinese cap- This they did, and this Japan refusedto few took into account the fact that a -

almost for Japan right or wrong has itals, and naturally she was anxious to accept as being a warrantable posI- nation that has just come into its own Yellowi y9tau

constituted herself the guardian of the hold to the territory it traversed. of Russia. As Russia
on tion on the part is much more likely to be able to take
east and wishes to appear before the Since then while the local authorities back down
could not well afford to care of itself than are a people decay-
world as the ortflamme in the modern- have been Chinese they are merely after having been checkmated In what ing under the obsolete rule of an effete Sea S.

t Mzation of the orient. She has a quarrel underlings of the lusslan representatives she had regarded as a very clever bit dynasty. 1' Z

with Russia not only because she to whom everything must be reported of land grabbing, a clash then became Not ouly are the Japanese soldiers T-
dislikes the czar's methods with reference .
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Inevitable. brave and well disciplined but theyare
to herself, but also because, If she Pressure however finally became: so When two nations spring at each also blessed with great agility anda Quc cacti h t, Qis

should permit him to go on as he has strong and the other nations so insistent other's throat figuratively speaking, physical strength that one would not y

begun In the east, Japan will be forced for some expression of Russia's ulti- there are more things to be consideredIn .xpect In such mites of humanity. 'I-i,

forever into the background. Thus it mate Intentions concerning Manchuriathat speculating upon the probable out- Their
strength, as may be imagined
Is that the mikado today has the sym Russia about a year ago formally; come than mere numbers of men or was time and again tested during that

pathy of practically the entire civilized declared that she would get out Oct. 8, ships. After all, It Is the Individual
march In the
trying summer of 1900. MAP OF KOREA AND VICINITY.Korea .
world. lIe is standing for the rights of I 1903. For that reason the recent announcement vho brings success. American soldiersregarded
other Their agility wad at all times in evidence strait between Korea and Japan. b ..111_. .'"> .....' ..i nations
besides his whereas
own, she Intended to valueIn
that remain of
being more
tr as but perhaps never more so than tween the two countries are the well fortified Tsu island, iwiwd by 1&Tn. t
Russia stands for the rights of but one in Manchuria practically permanently the field than the soldiers of any during the storming of Tientsin. narrow strait, dominated by the forts and fleet of Japan is RUMU a..utl of <..,mmuuication

nation-Russia. .j "in the interest of outside enter. nation, and yet from the strictly technical between Vladivostok on the north and Port Arthur the uutlwn if
Quiet orderly, polite, earnestsuchare minus of her Chinese Eastern railroad, which connect with the TranMllMrUn iirPtisan t
-A New Japan.Not prices" (to say nothing; her own railroads standpoint they are probably the some more of the qualities of these a Japanese colony in Korea, is rapidly being connected b) rail with .....-.
and the coal which they need and poorest soldiers in the world. Exceptfor same tiny warriors who never fail to through the efforts of the Japanese government There In also a abort UM MI....,.
that Japan likes Russia. Far I which Is found in abundance in the the handful of men who constitutethe Seoul and its seaport. Chemulpo. On the map the dotted line i-fpr n'.ot the boMar>
salute the officers of nation
:from it Indeed she has good cause to thunderclap every endure between Korea and Manchuria and between Manchuria and Russia tk. praU Use.
min-'s ci Manchuria) came as a the United States
regular army, without murmur all that military I uncompleted railroads and the checkered lines railroads already built
feel anything but friendly toward the from a clear sky to the few has no troops ready to do field duty as -- -----
life entails accept thankfully their stipend -
'"bear. She has never forgiven Russia diplomatists! who occasionally seriously it is understood In Germany and Rus- moral. This sort 01 rc'.1!,.1, ermeuraialtruism veritable: kitchen on wiwvt tart accompanies
of month and live and
for the contemptible part that country regard: the utterances of the czar's gov sia and even in France. The condi- $1.50 a can is carried into the army and is : the army oo all It* unrrh a.

played In the settlement between China r ernment. It was to be expected: that tions render that unnecessary. But, thrive on a diet in which rice is the in fact its distinctive sprt.! : It ciark- as indispensable as Itt nap fqaJptg. ,

.and Japan. When the Chino-Japanese this should be denounced as a canard, as has been demonstrated on several prevailing staple, and little enough of the Muscovite oUier a* peculiar. It its artillery and Its _iratttwk-hi
that Yet the soldier does
war began, there was not one military but it is pretty well understood that occasions, the American in six monthsIs Japanese gives! him a certain stolid bravery fact it supplies the aauaMitiMi for tto

man out of a hundred who did not the statement was inspired and was converted Into the most valuable not retrograde Into a mere fighting ma- which was recognized in the famous human war machines, tontekiair djnamic '
chine. He knows how he
to think.
think that China would project her issued as a feeler. It It was designedto military man the world has ever seen. remark of Napoleon that "it Is not force that when M.mut la tt.+
knows how to act occasion demands.In .
hordes Into Korea and literally sweep 'I. produce results it disappointed no That is because he Is a thinking Indi as enough to kill a Russian soldier: lOU of battle U hurled again tile tutmj
the Individual as in the race, is
the timorous Japs into the sea. Those one, for England, Japan and the United vidual. Your well drilled man Is all must also push him over." with terrific effect

who called attention to the fact that States immediately asked what It right so long as he has officers to lead found that faculty which works so This habit of personal effcceraent o? Russia baa never been .,....... It
for the of natioD-
largely greatness a
Japan had succeeded in getting together all ml'ant.ow Russia says that she him but the moment the head disappears blind obedience, of almost sLivisliuess. the rather Inconclusive CriiWMn war tr*
the faculty of mental initiative.
the nucleus of a very respectablenavy will get out when she considers it safe the army becomes a disorganizedmob is shown nowhere more pLiinVr! than in excepted. Steadily. rwkrtwwty. oho( bMsprrad

were met with the statement that to dJ: so, but she also declared at the not knowing what to do or how The Russian Army.And the manner of the private soldier in addressing her dominion over rfBtearf, Bret

China had been doing something along close of the Chinese war that she would to do it With the American the of now for a glance 'at the other ; an ofii-cr.' lie stands! risitlly! Poland over 1'urll.0ftIt Miaefcart

that line herself, and that even on the *su' evacuate Manchuria. ficer's principal duty U to let l his men side of the picture. It would be futileto at "attention" with his hand at his cap Even the matfbt ...... fit a Nap

sea she was apt to demonstrate that I Japan knew full well that Russia know what he wishes them to do. contend that the Russian army is throughout the entire conversation lie leon was unequal to the tk of ?..,.

numbers would count over the slight I would "consider it safe" to get out of That Is all that is necessary. The men not one of the most powerful war engines never presumes to answer a question\ trating this human BUM. tie Mtfaw at e

additional intelligence which it was Manchuria concurrently with the blow- find a way to do It, and the officers the world has ever seen. Equally : with a direct "yes" or -uo" but with a either ancient or modern tt IMt k4 twr

conceded that Japan possessed. The Ing of the horn by the angel Gabriel i don't bother to Inquire too closely into absurd would it be to hesitate to admit qualified "quite so" or "not exactly so." been so unified, so orgaalc.

battle of the Yalu put to rout the supporters and Russia knew that Japan knew it I the methods which brought about the that the Russian soldier, from the He invariably uses: the title of "your i In the matter of navies there I* Httto

of the Chinese navy and the The mikado then realized that the czar desired result.Japan's old world hypertechnical standpoint is excellency or fyour illustriousness'* or to choose between RoMki a d Japai.

fight at Port Arthur disposed of what had practically announced that it was Transformation.But not one of the best that military science "your nobility" or even "your high no Russia has more ship bat away .,

ever consideration the Chinese army I Japan's move. lie therefore notified the American soldier Is In ia capable of producing. bility.** them are locked up in the Bkrk see.
even
might previously have been entitled to. Russia that as the time for the evacuation the Russia has the greatest army on and many more of them dare Bet Inn
in the shade_by Jap
a measure put Russia the Undefeated.The .
But after all it was not that China'sprowess of Manchuria had passed it was of earth. It consists of over 1,000,000men the Baltic. Then too white I fair proportion
for the latter Is full to bursting enthusiasm
bad been overestimated. Japan's in times of which diet of the Muscovite when In
but right, with Korea (Japan's special born of his self assumed directorship peace, may easily of Rtraia'a warship ar..crib-
simply had beeu underestimated. charge, which had already cost her one be Increased to 4,000,000 in the the field Is simplicity itself. It U
of civilization In the east. ly modern constructions, practteaily all
In short It was the same old China event of war. The magnitude of thetzar's largely vegetarian. Cabbage soup, potatoes
the door of Manchuria
right at ,
war)
Regarded as a nation Japan Is new; of Japan' are u up to dIe'- u It &a
but different, avery and vari- 11
macaroni
which went to war a establishment be peas beans
that the should let the world know military may
czar
regarded as soldiers, the Japanese are possible to make them. Ru*. has badno
different Japan. intentions with regard to the great realized If one considers the fact that ous kinds of porridges are the staple
so new that the paint hasn't yet worn fighting experiwp with her new
Strong on Land and Sea. Chinese province. Russia's: only reply off. But they have the right spirit and the Russian army even on a peace footIng foods. These, with the black rye bread navy: Japan ha. had both men wad

When Japan, flushed with victory j I to this was to rush extra troops to her they hare demonstrated to the world I contains more officers alone than and occasionally a small amount of ships tested under fire. And nm.t l.- "
the has of both officers meat make up the army fare. Yet.
and anxious to emulate the example of ports in the east and Incidentally to that they are In earnest. A brief retrospect American army I portant of all. the theater of the pn-
and like the Roman soldier., who also livedon
the more liberal larger nations in her foment small disturbances In Man- Just here may serve to show men. I ent conflict ill half around the work
churia in order to demonstrate that It On a peace footing, as at present a vegetable diet, these men can en-
peace settlement suggested terms the really wonderful strides made by from Russia proper, while Jipaa la
the of the dure hardships such as the ordinarycivilian
constituted armies
was not yet safe for her to leave. czar are
the operating against UuiU' lJfU to Uw
that China Japanese.
which were so generous The
made of about C2 cent can scarcely conceive.
Meanwhile the mikado became Inslst- up per infantry ]
would have been delightedto From the appearance of Perry and east will be at the MOM time Jtrol a e
naturally I ent-so Insistent In fact, that the 12 per cent cavalry, 14 per cent artillery -: "moving kitchen" Is one feature of the -
accept them Russia coolly steppedin powers his fleet in Yeddo bay. July 8, -1933. and that : ling; her own coast and taeaarlfif tM -t
3 coat engineers, 3 cent Russian camp that is unique
I that be at St Petersburg deemedit per per
and practically told Japan that she may be said to date the awakening of Asiatic ports owned or rootroJUJ b/ |
to create a diversion. This commissariat and departmental troops U being copied by other European ar
necessary her fo '. .
trouble. Japan. Perry's mission was to over
should ,have nothing for her
what its imnlies.
"diversion" was characteristically Ruaslan. and 6 per cent Cossacks. These pro- mies. It Is name a
Formosa all well awe the Japanese into extending to I
If she cared to take ,
Affecting to regard the Manchu- portions give but little idea, however, .
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smallest of the American ships the privileges then enjoyed -
atod good, but the piece
adjudicata." of the relative importance of the various -

Chinese"mainland-never. Russia Dra- J r'm matter as a "res Rua- not say by to the what Dutch lengths only. History he was does prepared -I arms of the service. While by no .......................... 1

means the largest numerically the
.: J to should his show of force
go most conspicuous and effective portionof : III Goods Delivered free. Write for Price Us'
prove Insufficient, the fact being that gOld i
.: the army Is the cavalry, together
the mere sight of the warships was
with the kindred though Irregular .
enough to convince the shogun of the 1
body of troops known as the Cossacks. .
expediency:: : of acceding to Perry's wishes. i
t
In fact Russia places chief relianceon
Accordingly, much against the desires .
her war horses. Of these there are :
of the mighty dainikw. American i 4,000,000 in the empire that have had .

trade was granted access to two ports. and that ''
actual training In the army
As might have been expected, the European .
of
can be requisitioned in case; emergency :
not slow to 1 Lst
i powers were profit for cavalry duty. .
by the example forcing similar concessions I li ; .

until, little by little the shogun A Mighty War Engine.And .

had surrendered the domestic trade of the horsemen! They have no I, 1I1 f fS "f

the country to the control of the treaty equal in the world, these wild ridersof : .

powers. Out of this state of affairs ultimately Russia. It is probably due to the e. 1

I grew the revolution of 1SOS, in great plains and the vast distances to

which several of the most influential be traversed that the Muscovites are .

among the daimios took charge of the veritably reared in the saddle. Certainly .

person of the young mikado, Mutsuhi- there are no other people who so
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to, declared their intention of restoringhim love the horse, who so cultivate him

to full power as the real ruler ef arid who have such mastery over him. .

? 1 \ As a result the Slavic empire has almost .
\ ; Japan, made war on the shogun'stroops
half of the horses of the world.
and signally worsted them. Thus .
As another result the men ride like
did the young emperor find himself .

placed on the throne of which his an- cowboys CC/1y .
cestors had been deprived centuries be ] Every year a million men become eligible .

fore. to enter the Russian army. As .

only about 300.000 are required, over -
I Birth of a Nation.The .
I two-thirds of the availables must be
ultimate result of the rebellionwas
I II I exempted or excused. Every districthas t .
anything but pleasant for
I even its recruiting board and makes up'its J
those daimios who had in
participated
h the restoration of the mikado. Gradually quota for the various arms of the Forrest Corn *2 (It). Old Miller!! Rye $1.51) MoutiUia V'tlbf .

falling under the sway of cultivated service. The soldier in the ranks receives Corn $2.50. "Birbee" Rye $4.00 Apple and Feaeb Ika.4iM .

and liberal minded statesmenthe only about $4 per year, is sometimes $:.OO to $4 00. Kllntu 'k! PrhU J3.20. Bow.u* 4 x live ..*.

whipped to death, must give unquestioning -i I feeud Postoffiee or Express loDn Orders .
e Mutsuhito
youthful began to exercise -
obedience and is Inured toI

his titular prerogatives In a way a life of privations and hardships suchas
that was contrary to all Japanese tra- COMPANY. i
are known In scarcely any other i BOWEN &

liave ditions.since For been this prominently change two men Identified, who army In the world. This, however, Is ,

not felt so much by the Slav as It .
with Japanese politics, were largely responsible '
these two being the Marquis would be by other races for he has : gj 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE FLA. I i!

teased to be acting In the interest or sla began to encroach upon Korean territory Illrobuinl Ito and Count Inouye, the been used' to these things from his tt$$ffitfifiitttttttfitl

the integrity of the Chinese empire, Just what steps she took In that former's lifelong friend and political youth up. The mass of the soldiery ia

1 but she deceived no one. I direction the methods of diplomacywill coadjutor. Chiefly as a result of their composed of the peasant or former j

Japan was mad. She was ready to I not permit of our knowing for efforts the policy of cultivating the foreigner serf class, the members of which are

and would have fought right Illiterate, unaspiring, stolid slavish, but ,
fight I sprang into being, and it was
tome time but It Is certain that she
and then had it not been that at withal hardy, courageous and singularly -
there also In no small measure owing to them
sought to break down the
the head of her government there were I lag Influence of In predomluat- that the mikado announced his inten- devoted. In fact no nation on earth II 1

men thoroughly equipped to hold their Kingdom. Indeed Japan she went the much Hermit further tion of providing the country with an has the solidarity that elements marks Russia.it is THE[ FLORIDA FRUIT INO TRUCK[K GROWER[

own in diplomacy with the best Euro- than the for the up to date western parliament Then It With all its divergent ,
of the "art of concealing proper regard still the most completely! knit togetherof
pears masters rights of an ostensibly friendly nation was that the daimios surprised them- OCALA FLORIDA
facts." These, men decided to bide should have selves and the world by taking a step any empire now in existence. The I .
their time and ever since Japan has permitted wanted her to go. Naturally which insured the solidarity of the empire Muscovite is taught the submergence Gas Tear Sl.C9.
Japan to know what she
{ been building ships, ships, ships, until was about Then began negotiations and Its future high position among of self Obedience is the priiie virtue.It Singe Copy. 13.

today her navy, vessel for vessel also the I concerning Korea. Russia actually had the nations of the world. Voluntarily Is drilled into the citizen that he exists A handsomely illustrated magazine devoted especially to the i

peer of any In the world. She has her the assurance to propose to Japan they agreed to surrender all the privileges only for the czar. interests of the fruit and vegetable growers of Florida. :

paid -a great deal of attention to terms with reference to Korea*t coun- hallowed In their eyes by centuries Muscovite Peculiarities.The A trial
special of
suheriptlsa sis
and. while she does not keep of custom and at the same time : asaths!: wd bs seat oa rr.tof! !
army try with which, so far as the tacts are in mark- '
of men. Russian is gregarious a 25 cents Soaps= taken.
arms a very large body promised to do their utmost to further : l
under understood
generally she has much
as communal life has existed \
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VOL. AXXVII, NO 33 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2'J, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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USA ZUZASSTH HmiS, Local Editor From Thursday's Daily I Utilities. He said that when the unction that the railroad commissien who was on the program for a speechon )fr.J. A. Redding, of Abbott, for t

OCALA'S BIG B NQUET. genial and active secretary of the can afford relief. Do not indulge in tbe "Phosphate! Outlook" but as merly superintendent of the I. 0. T. 4

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN I board of trade invited him to makea vain imagining that there exists any he was absent Col. W. X. Camp was Company, and: who U well known to

A Synopsis of the SpeechesThoseThat speech! he felt so proud that it I II competition between the railroad called on in his stead and his remarks the "old timers" paid our office a very j

Miss Nellie Anderson has returned Were Not Eloquent Were recalled an Irish story he once heard. \ companies. In Florida this competition brought forth very enjoyable ecintel- pleasant visit Wednesday. Mr. Red
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from a visit to Tampa Witty and Pleasing. I A stranger approached him and siid : j U an unknown quantity but lations of wit and humor from Messrs. ding's soperinteodcncy embraced all

--- "Pat, and will you have a drink." we need not dti'pairs serious as tbe Ford and Hiller and ripples of laughter the territory between Gainesville and
The "Smoker" given by ihe Ocala I
:Mr. Joel E. Tucker, <-f Live Oak, Before responding Pat looked heaven outlook may appear; there is hope ofa from the audsenee.Postmaster Punta Rassa and he made the trips
Board of Trade last night was one of
spent Wednesday iu Ocala. ward, and when asked what was the solution of our difficulties. Uponthe Groves then spoke on between these places on horseback!
the must enjoyaltle social affairs ever t
r will trouble said, "And be g'-rm, I thoughtI border of the beautiful lake the "City's Postal Barometer" and or course that was before the days 4
Hi Henry's Big Minstrel :Show given in CK-ala.
heard the angels sing !" But after Geneva, in Switzerland! ties an Hncstnr: among other things said that the of railroads. Mr. Redding is now
appi-ar in Ocala March third. There were just one hundred seated at
---- -- accepting the invitation another story castle, known as the Castle of Chilion. reports from the postal department out of the .telegraph business aud is
the tablrsau'i the supper eleeited for
Mr. D. W. Davis is enjoying visit obtruded itself; upon him. A teamster Tbe immortal Byron in a beautiful showed that Ocala stands ahead of making his home in this: city with his
Mr. Ed Carmichael volumes of praise.
from his Ujothtr, who lives in Tennes who was driving a yoke of steers came and pathetic ]ioem described the any other interior city in the state in son; who is Mr. W. B. Blount's private -
Judge Bullock awl Messrs. O. T. t I ia
see. to an obstruction in the shapeof : j weary imprisonment of a prince of. postal receipts and expenditures: and secretary. They reside on Expotitkn -
i Green, R. F. Rogers, R. L. Anderson, i
Mr. Barry D. Izlar went to some bars and in letting them the royal blood, known as the Prisoner ranks sixth in the list .of Florida street.Boocheo's.
sann.\\ J. M. Bireo, Geo. G. Mathews, H. C. l
nab! yesterday for a few days down he tied the lines around one of of Chilion, who was confined in cities. That a few years ago only 35 I I -
Groves, H. L. Anderson. N. Camp German Sjrup.
visit. his legs, and before he could get the this castle for a period of thirty years, per cent of the postal receipts were I
-_. ._-- H. A. Ford, Edw. Hiller, Frank We cannot understand why anrperson i
the became eating out his heart in for out to the local but I
bars up again steers impatient yearnings: paid employees ,
Mr. W. W. Hampiou, Gainesville's Harris, Gen. Robert Bullock, Henry suffering with a cold or throat
and dashed off in great speed, sun light, home and liberty. A Jistinguishei that now 65 per cent of every dollar! I I
distinguished\ : attorney, is in Ocala W. Long, Col. L P. .Miller and :Olaf. and lung trouble will neglect to purchase
dragging the unfortunate teamster American, known popu I spent at the Ocala po loft ee; goes to I
today. L. T. Izlar, m the order named I I a bottle German Syrup, sold
-- ---- fur a considerable distance. After larly as Mark Twain, in a criticism j its owu employees and the number I
Mr*. C. P. McGraih returned yesterday made speeches that were unique, :1 Iu all civilized parts of the world,
extricating himself and adjusting his upou Byron's poems, said tnat the lacked only one of being a. dOZt'u.1 of failure.
from a visit to her sister at I eloquent, facetious, enthusiastic without a single case
anatomy as best he could he was told poem falls short In not giving the Mr. Groves is a good speaker and wasfrequently There are thousands of consumptives aright
Tampa. I aud snappy, and we regret that
-- '- by a pacer by that he made a mistake result of the long imprisonment. His applauded. here in Ocala that give Boschee'a
Mr G. W. Thames who ha been the Intends of the Lour at which
,
I I in tieing the liDt.to: his leg. I statement of the case is that after Mr. Frank Harris was the List on German Syrup the sole credit of their

in Oeala for several I dais, left }'t.-.tH- the festivities closed' prevents us from neing alive today. Ask the AntiMonopoly 1
I Yes, said the fellow, I made that discovery having been imprisoned during these the program as arranged and spoke of
day for Homo&a\ a.Mr. at least giving a synopsis of the ad : 1 Drug /Store. Price 25 and
dresses. before I was dragged half a [ long and dreary thirty years, a happy the "Local Press and its Relations to 75 cents. 2

( L. J Brumby left last night for thought one day occurred to this poor the Community." He aid that he:
President Ford aud secretary Bit-I mile.Mr. Miss Lillian Goldnamer, who has
Miami, where he goes t') attend the Anderson said that in attempting prisoner, and. he raised the window of felt that it was almost a work of hu- :
linger are to be congratulated upon been Mrs. William Hookerfor
Dade county annual fair. I to collect his thoughts:: together his dungeon and got out. May we pereogat ion to tell of the very close visiting
the complete succtssof the entertainment. several weeks, went down toJLeea-:
I fur a speech he made the discoverythat not hope to escape our prison bondage affinity existing between the local

Dr H. M. Taylor, of Crystal River, j jwn I burg yesterday afternoou to join a
I he bad made a mistake in accepting under the railroad companies after press. aud the community. Tlut the

numbered among Ocala's prominent the genial l secretary's invita party of northern friends at that
Those who attended the "Smoker"at thirty sears of servitude, by the local newspaper was present at the
visitors Wednesday.Mrs. In with them she j
on point. company
tion.He similar occurrence to us of a happy cradle when the babe first opened its
the Wednesday night were much :
said that
armory
notwithstanding fora to St. Au.
will l leave today trip
G. C. Croom and little son returned busy all day ytsteiday talking about adverse criticism he thought General thought? I violate no secrecy whenI I eyes iu wonder and amaz-lUeut at New Smyrna Palm
I tille. Daytona, ,
gu
yesterday from a few day's I its splendid success and the appropriateness Hancock was right when he said bring to you the glad tidings that tnis big world of ours; that it followed Bead and other places of interest on

visit lo relatives at Gainesville. j him to tbe baptismal font, to the
and of the
I beauty speeches.llr. that the tariff was a local issue and there are men of serious minds and the East COli st. Miss Goldnamerwill

Z. C. Chambliss was to have utilities kindergarten and the public school
that the of
We are glad: to state that Mr. E. \\.1 ownership public deep determinations witbtu this <'ity be in Ocala again before returning -
and does all in Hs to enlargethe
spoken m "Banking and its: Relationto was likewise a local issue, and in the power
Agnew, who has been quite ill for thee who have resolved to terminate the facilities for his education to lit to her home iu Kentucky.
Stock Riisiug," but unfortunatelythis language of Grover Cleveland, Ocala I
week able to tm out again.M. .
past u existing state of things at whatever him for the respousiUhties of citizen Escaped an Awfcl Fate.
patriotic young l'nll'manho was faced with a "condition and nota I

Fishel was busy moving his stock is so strenuous in his efforts to promote theory." cost. I present: to you tonight, ship. It likewise, was present at the Mr. H. Haggins, of Melbourne',

yentVrday: to his new )location, ou the ,I[ these two industries in this That its ownership of the electric I my fiienJs, my solution of our marriage altar and describes in fitting I Fla., writes: "My doctor told me I

)lcIver& MacKay's.Mr. troubles. The Dunnellon Phosphate language the beauty! of the bride and had and nothing could
below the consumption
corner I I county was detained. at home by light plant mildly stated was a fl&iiure.1
I i Company, the Hull Phosphate Company
I illness of Mrs. Chainbliss. That since the plant had bt-eu owned : splendor the groom and afterwards be done for me. I was given up to 9.!
and Mrs. E. M. Howard returned and the J. Buttgenback Company .
assists him in the ladder
climbing to bottle of
die. The otter of a free trial: 1
JudgeV.. S. Bullock responded to by the city the citizens hi. Monday from a visit at their have already, or are preparingto ftmr an i fortune and when he thuf. Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption
the tous: : "Ocala's Wants"Some service that would not r, tolerated
Auburudalo home aud orange grove. construct independent lines to ties oft this mortal ceil, follows him induced me to try it. Results
I : one has said that it is easy fury moment from a: private corpora
'II deep water which will give then were startling. 1 am now on the
I to the and buries in the
"F' Mr. J. B. Lucas, who has been i enough to run a steam engine after tion. cemetery road to recov ..y and owe all to Dr. I
absolute independence of the railroad
upending the past week in Ocala left the tire has been built and the steam Hon. J. M. Barco rehpotuled to the grave not only bin body but all of his King's New Discovery. It surely
I
I fell assured that there
yesterday for his home at Dallas, is oa and it fell to Judge Bullock's lot toast of "Town vs. Country." companies. shortcomings and irregularities and saved my life. This gnat cure li

are men enough, with courage the next day in its columns tells onlyof guaranteed for all throat and lung
Texu.r. to perform the preliminary work in He sail when the enduing secretaryasked
enough, and with determination his virtues and in as eloquent and disases by Antimonopoly drug store J
starting the engine but it did not his
consent to respond to this
aud Mrs. A. H. Marsh aud enough, and above all, with money, it and Tydin & Co. Druggists. Price t
pathetic language as can employ.He
Frances Hill went take him long to get up a full pressureof toast he was told that he would be 50.:. a d $1. Trial bottle free m j
Miss ,
their whose interests bound
guest, enough, are to said that in all the relations of ._
steam. the line
expected to say something
out to Fairfield Wednesday afternoon the destinies of this communiiy who life the newspaper was intimately The lass Lyceum number will be
t He gave a vivid picture of Ocala of town and country, .out if he was
to visit frleuds. will, if need be, pledge sufficient associated with the commauity. the Otterbein male quartette on
arising from her ashes: in ISbS and expected to say something of the
funds to enable the citizens to After the had March Sin. The tenor, Messri
Mr. and Mrs. Coi.b, of Tallahassee, bald she arose in such beauty and town against the country he wasn'tin arrauged program I'
own and operate au independent line been exhausted uuniber.of others and Cbenowetb, are among
be the a Trevor
arrive iu Ocala today to win the soubre-
will splendor as to soon it. He told of the beauty and
of railroad to the deep waters of the called for aidresses and Gen. best in America.! The barytoneis
)Ir. and Mrs. were on the
guests of their cousins, 'g-net o: the "Brick City. utility of town and country working J
St. Johns River, and at least, let this Bullock, Hoa.: H. W. Long, Col. L. M. Maddock and Harry Engle U i
F. L. Watson. He tossed very pretty bouquets to in harmony together.
-- --- I beautiful city of ours come into her P. Miller and Maj. L T. IzUr respon- the bass. Miss Eleanor Blocher will J
I the industry of tbe Benjamin Bros., Ht, took issue with Mr. Anderson
Miss\ Abbie Munrot, pleasantly: en. I I own. Shall this suggestion or this ded with remarks most agreeable and assist in her famous reading This U I Ithe
Ladies Card I the spoke lOud rim factory, foundry, that the city in operating. the electric
tertained the Married project receive the encouragementand best attraction secured.
pleasing.A
Metlcrt, Taylor and others who are light pUnt h*.l been a failure and i
Club Wednesday afternoon at her assistance of you, my friends?
The conspicuous fac'ors in Ooala's up- challenged\ that gentleman to a joint child is always an anxiety Better Than Cold 1
home two miles south of OcaU. We can by one stroke gain our independence punuy

meeting was a most delightful one. buildiuy, bnt spoke particularly on discussion of the subject before for in commercial affairs. to the parents. There seems gener- I was troubled for several years I

sanitation as t being Ofala's; paramountneed voters. the little with chronic indigestion and nervous
-
-- -- : ally no reason why one t
Shall we longer submit to the domination i

Spring, good" are coating; at the present moment. In speaking of the construction of of the foreign owners of our should be weak when it is so well fed. debility," writes F. J. Green, of Lin j

Ilatft for ladle and children, Col. Otis T. Green was the next the Panama canal) and the ship canal transportation lines, or shall we, like : But the fact is that it does not matter caster, N. H. "No remedy helped ..1"I'

hat* for men and boj'., \\ait: speaker and told how to "Supply across Florida he grew eloquent and men, coutrol our own destinies? I how much food the child takes if the I' me until I began using Electric Bitters f

good. tire-'"* JuodIUN.: ..* and O.:alas Needs." drew vivid picture of how it would Ica.n stomach cannot extract the nourishment which did m" more good than tall
results from such
see magnificent : toe medicines I ever used. They f
embroidery, ribbon, neckwear. He said that a city couldn't stand rapidly lead to the commercial supremacy course. There sits our beautiful : from it. No benefit call be derived have also kept my wife in excellent 'F

At the Bazaar, CJatKou.Mi still. That if it did not move forwardit ,
or the southern seaports. : from just eating That is the for She Electric
city, destined by nature to be a queen health years. says

lUmey latutin\ and little would move backwards;, and it was Mr. H. L. Anderson spoke on'Ocalcru amoug her sisters? .Shall we permither condition of many a sickly chid. The Bitters are just splendid for female f

s easier to go down than up hill. He Transportation! Problem" in stomach and organs of digestion! and troubles; thai they are a grand tonic 't
nephe, of Danville, Va., who have longer to go uncrowned? I feel nutrition are not doing their work, and invigorator for weak, run down
said that did not rest its
a city upon part a follows! :
bern spending the past two weeks in sure there can be but one response to I and the body is really starving Itis women. No other medicine can take 1

OcaU *iih their cousius, Miss Daisy walls turrets or frowning battlements If has. been said that there are no I this suggestion, that is, the strong little use to give fish food, like cod its place in our family." Try them. I-

bat upon the foundation of good citi- mer'iu.nts in Ocala, and that there liver oil or emulsions, in such cases, oOc. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Bell aud Mr. Joe Bell left Wednesday, I courageous men of this community Only
zeu hil'. Besides the sound advice tii-is grave discriminations against because theseal have to be digested; Anti-monopoly drug stow and Tyd {
Carribe'lle to visit Mrs. Hardy C. I I will seize the flood tide of our coming
for
jnven along these lines his remarkswere tkala in the matter of railroad trans.purtatiou I they may lighten the stomach's labor ing3 &Co. m 1
Crooui.Mi I I prosperity, and forever fix for this but they don't strengthen it. _
interspersed with humorous rates that ton of freight Harris Miss lbrri" and
; a Mrs. FranK ,
'city the first place among all the Strength is what the stomach needs.!
of Rome
Mamie Rouusaville, anecdotes which made it most enjoy c-UiJ be carried from Jacksonville, interior towns of this magnificentstate. Dr. Pierce's Gylden Medical Discovery Miss Violet Harris have issued invitations

(Ia., who has urn the popular guest through Ocala, to Tampa, at a less strengthens the stomach, nourshea for a large afternoon receptionnext

of Misses i Eulalee and Eloyse Izlar forth able.Hon.. n.o'. Rogers' was the next ra'e than it could be stopped in transit the uen.es and increasesthe Tuesday complimentary to MiO.M. .

past two weeks at their home onCarolina name on the program and he tpoke .i at Ocala, and after having reached Mr. William Hocker had been invited action of the blood making glands.It B. Arentz, of Rochester, N. Y.,

Wednesday to I for a talk on "Our Pine Forests" is superior ty every other preparation
Heights, left of "Farming and Its Relation to I Tampa it could be re-shipped north- and Miss Cornelia Ahlum, of Mobile,
of
for children's use on account
G.
before returning but in his absence Mr. George ,
1 visit frieHds at Ormond County Fairs." ward as far as Inverness and sold at a its body building qualities, and also Alabama.!
Mathews was substituted and as _
home. He complimented Ocala on the rate which excluded the Ccala merch- because it is pleasant to the taste and
always was equal to the emergency.;
f who has had unity of its citizens and said if its ants; that the railroad commission is contasns no alcohol, whiskey or other RESIDENCE FOR S0LE
Mr. W. W. Smith, Mr. Mathews said that he was o loverof Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
people continued in these pleasantand not responsible for this, because intoxicant.
I lila little boy In the hospital for some I nature and regretted to see the I Pellets are a valuable aid when the
harmonious relations that Goal Tampa is entitled to the rafe she has,
[ returned home yesterday with bowels are irregular, They are smelt
% weeks, devastation of the "soughing I offer for ale nijresidence
fellow delighted to know and not Lake City would I.ppeujn, and that this did not prove that the pinell"I I and children take them readily.
the little but that they were being the school hou! e,
i thoroughly the census as biggest in population railroad companies are entirely to near

that be is pronounced He refuted the common idea that a blame, bat came very near proving beneficent purposes and are enriching I I Honor,not deception, is' the in Ocala containing 10 rooms

f cured. our citizens and after their destruc- eorner (stone on which we ell
r man if he could do nothing else could that there are no merchants nor boardof bathroom and kitchen. House
make
MUJ Esther Wenthera aud herCue tion he believed they would be superceeded clothing; 21 :years us
farm. He said he might n-.akt an Ocala.
trade at condition and
known as clothing people. i in excellent
t Mrs. Berry Hiss! and Miss Mona by stock farms and other industries *
t. attempt at farming but the sucrssful! : The situation is parallel to the description Gad:-oii, ales agent for AVana-
f Hitler and her guest, Misa Hattie I that will prove of greater fitted with electric light
farmer must have some know"fige l of that Qezar gave of the divis- : ntakertlllrownPhiladelphia.
t- ftownbaurn, went down to Dunuellon I. profit to those engaged in them. Mr.Mathews throughout. Half eah, balance
chemistry and be a man of skill and ion of Ancient Gaul. "The railroad
i. afternoon to spend a couple I is a pleasing speaker as was term Title per.feet.
yesterday methods. The county fair, would companies have divided all of Florida I on easy
of days with Mrs. Edward Holder. shown by the applause he received. S. 1VOODI101V.Room .
.. .. I stimulate scientific fll.rminnd as into three parts, and have permitteda DAVID

1;a : The llaiaar fetore opening agriculture is the very basis. of I wholesale business to be done onlyat After Mr. :Mathews' speech supper Watch the Boston IS.Kikes ,po comt'e lUOt'k.fOIInnI11NIYcmE. j

a served which caused an inter. _
L new upring and Mimmer goods national life nothing could (>e more Pensacola, Jacksonville and was /Store ad. JJext Week.

So room for old atock closingout beneficial Marion all ruption in the flow of oratory for a
by
, t county Tampa. This is the situation that
our remnant oi winter I considerable time. I
< Cad< mat means ought to have a count 'lfair. \confronting. What is the remedy? r m..1
-, Roods at aUf price. XMoers wtd Bladder
Mr. R. L. Anderson spoke I'n Pubiic Lay: not to your souls the flattering After supper, Mr. Clarence Camp, eo. ,
r. the Bazaar.

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THE OCALA BANNER
SAGE SIX

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From Sunday's Daily. THE LAND OF PROMISE. WINTER IN FLORIDA.To REPLIES TO DEMOCRAT. j'" ,
CHARGES.bone I
:THE OCALA BANNER ANSWERING THE OCAU DAILY BANNER. ( j l


:) of its exchanges: are chargingthe The efouth is a laud of promise that the Editor ol the Ocala Banner. ,i Eureka, FU., Frb, S>, Ifn/I.

Ocala Banner with a change of A little more than two years ago will astonish the world within a few I My experience: thus far in this To the Editor at the Ocala Banner

rItANt SABSIS, Eiitor.P. front, principally because it has been the Ocala Daily Banner had a re year Her prospects are indeed t.t'lIuUfullitate is truh' inviting to the j 1 notice in }our is"ue of Feb. IS,

V. Leamgsal, Business lfanaaer.r I I of birth and a rebaptismal and startedon blight and they are not based on invalid. Here when the warm rays I that"Democrat"\God athe mark)
in
pleased to say something praise
its new carer in a modest form of shifting sacd. of the sun impart new life into the I takes great exception to the democratic -
the development of the east coast section -

of Florida and the man who is four pages, five columns to the page. The ej e of public interest, prospfrij j i chilled, impoviahed; blood, and the j meeting that wa held ia

rrJ behind this wonderful transformation, It was so well received that in a ly and great success will drift from I healthful cool nights invite the (jUit'I'j'j Eureka: on the 6th tiecause, for a tfc,

... .. ., little while its pages were enlarged to the North to the South. She will be restful sleep, with health-giving some one did not ruu and hunt him
.- ._ and because also it is a little shy in I

t the discussion of old issues.A six columns.Its the garden spot of North America, the HS. be weakened tired frame Incomes up so that he might bihrre ..... r..1...

-1 the patronage has been so, generous center of population and husiuts I exilerated with the strong M fUHe states that I t.4'l the
review of its files will show that
I I that it now feels justified in enlargingto Save the item of wheat the South| breath of morning sunshine. To look chairman and secretary that "1 has
Ocala Banner has always sung songs
seven columns which will be done can produce everything raised iu the about aud see trees robed iu living au order from the governor to .,u&d.
praise of the state's developers and i it
as soon as the present supply of paperis North, besides she has cotton the 'verdure aud fliwers budding aud meeting at once," which i* out in**.
,. could not show its inconsistency! and
exhausted.In new king of all crops. She has sugarcane blooming here in almost mid winter did tell him that the i-hairtu of
littleness more glaringly than by
addition to the new service it and rice also, cattle, tobacco Everything betokens ..u \luer. Th. | the county elective c miult r.> Had
the who
withholding praise for man I
.I MOTTO: THE BANNEI., BELIEVING i is now using and which isgiviugmich etc. Her climate and soil are such faimer coming into town after utw issued H call for mreliugt to Iw UrW
is chief in this good work.
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO excellent satisfaction it has made arrangements I that she can raise almost any crop plow, soil tilled for garden and market and I shotted them the call Iu lie
Without the Ocala Banner saying
TAKE CARE OK THEMSELVES, HAS to receive special telegrams I Hint i U desirable. In fruit and vegetables supplies. We gaze upon all this with paper, Miid that call revU "nuvh
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI- it, the fact is apparent to all men,
during the continuance' of the she can equal the world. Sheia wonder aud amazement, upon na meeting to be held at suds nut .. .
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, who have eyes! to see and ears to hear,
war in the Far East between Russia also rich in minerals. ture's handiwork in this Queen state the comuJiUeeaiiu may d 4iEtt.l*,"
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FORTH that Henry M. Flagler is a benefactorto

$ BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE friendship and Japan. The eyes of the business worM are of the South; where we hare just left and I asked the chairman *a,l see,..
Florida and is entitled to the
BOTTO}!- These! telegrams will be received being turned towards the South. They the north, in a frozed condition, the tary what they iho-ight of boWio the
of its people.
---- --- --- --- only ,when "something is doing." see the prospects and the inevitable trees and shrubs diverted of their i!I meeting at once, as many vutt-r were
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When he shall: have been gatheredto '

; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 19C4.. I the tomb of his fathers, the press The paper will tot impose upon its I prosperity that is to cow She h:1$1: I covering and protection is made for in town who might not b? .We to gwt

him readers any "fake" dispatches every condition, every resource and the weather which is to follow. Cold here at another time, and they std.
of Florida will unite in praising
Gainesville is to have a fitly thousand when you Bee war news in "specialsto the climate to make her the laud of fret zing, icy winds, rain storms, hail as wtll$ the other voters prrrtot to
and tender
in rich and pathetic
prose
dollar hotel. these the Ocala Banner," victories for promise and the garden spot of this and frost and ground covered with hold the meeting at one, and! r lki,
verse-why not strew some of with the result lut l
so u puhli-hed
,
theJaps or victories for the Russians its white winding sheet of snow, perhaps
Oliver! Spring continues to be a flowers along his pathway now while country. week. I di "you may know it is so." When the Isthmian:: canal is con- to remain seven or eight mouths
their but wasre-elei-tfd (> the unanimous
popular attrac lon. he is in a position to appreciate y

beauty and enjoy their fragrance? The paper has been appearing iu sleeted: another feather will be: added of the year. The air i ii impregnated tote of those present, anti up to thU

Heredity and hereditaments birth its present costume since the boom to her cap. bhe will be the battleground with!: the germs of disease from the time have heard no complaint from
No K as to lift other issues.
and environments-make us what we days of phosphate and orange grovesand where prosperity! and enterprise dampness of earth or the little lakes but two persons. Oae my "be U. tR ,
The Good Book: says there is a time going to leave the democratic party,
are. it thinks it is fairly entitled to a WilllUttt. dotted here and there with no outletsto
for all things. .Aujoue, especially an i beciiu-u be did\ U K happen to I.*

The American mule is to be con- editor, shows poor: taste to do thingsout change of clothes and it Mil appearin The south has a great future, the purify their waters. Diseases arise, II there," but adds, "[bat he ba Motjectiou >

ecrlpted for duty both in the Japa- of their proper season. However a new body dress in a very little, greausi m this country, and while I viz: Rheumatism neuralgia asthma, to the otii .ors tot..t..t 0"'

while and Gordon been catarrh and consumption. CuM follows the other. "Democr," h."moved" .. I..t
nese and Ilu>ian armies. : demand for a large new press the southern (purple have always I
there is a .
no
luscious, and new faces of up-to-date job type proud of their native I laud they will and remain during all the winter into this district "mt !...

Florida watermelon when the snow is 'I come with the express par u se It
and
Shipping palms palmetto will be added to its commercial department. i have cause to be even more enthusiastic I mouths and that means, moat times
on the ground, or an oyster roast! when making as much trouble, ia every
leaves to New York is becoming a I I"
i southern interest from early fall, November until the
anti to
the thermometer is climbing upamong loyal every way as he ran.

Florida industry. Having weathered the storms of and sentim' nt. followiug middle of May or June. J am ready to leave it to a vale of
the 9U's.The .,
: adverfity-freeze, fire and bank failures If we cau rf-taiu the semblance of In the mouth of June, B2. I knewof this precinct at any time, wbetb
It ha and dues
not
never uow require editor of .the Ocala B.inner was
they-I mean the reu'ar votw bore
ice cakes distance of
the N up'U and the remaining a
paper entering a American institutions peace,
much to bring on a war between -
graduated from the "state rigbts"school (not the liomeie-'s! wanderer aDd
new career of hope and promise.The Southland will be the promised laud a tulle out in Lake Superior and
:
nations. .
of deuoeraeybutitsdiscus=ion "ballot stutters) want n. to rrj-r* 4Mit

the Ocala Banner has a history and Mecca of business i. homes, culture were not entirely dispersed. ou the them iu the county executive: emurnittteaud -
The resignation of Dr. Forbes as was: somewhat,, interrupted by
that belongs! to few Florida newspa and u great people.It fourth day of July. if they can and want t<>
president of :Stetson: University has unpleasantness 1\ that prevailed from
Now the with weak scud one eie I iu ,Uc Ibat
pers. It has; iieeu with this people a i isthecountrj'sdt-stiuy. to oue lung any my |
been accepted by the trustees. 61 to''fj.j. .. will treat them} fair und Kjurv *. I
---- -- ---- and condition of blood
Ion1; time, sharing their jays and ; Impoverished:
--- The editor of Phis paper is as much FENCE. huve, I will Willingly wubdr". I .
If you can not get what you want, sorrows, their hopes and disappoint FOR A "NO from heriditary weakness or acquired -
iu favor of paper: currency today as aUajs have, and aUay' will abi'lrby

don't cease trying. Nothing comes I' ment-1, their reverses: and glorious! dUeace. vitality exhausted, reduced the whhef iu> party and ..l-
.he was when it was made an issue by Hon. Alouxo 1*. lUakiu was oue of
to him who does not strive. triumphs, Hud next June will et.lt- action of heart, nerves!' tired frame though <>u VOMIT of my age: I did
the brilliant writings of the editor of the pleasant visitors to Ocala yesterday. the
with democrat
unfitted to assume the pousibili- ntH vote at
Lri.te its thirty eighth anuiversiry.
Jl I lies i Blanche Hull came up from the New York Mercantile Journal, Perhaps: no farmer in Florida is: Grant's first t let-tlOti. I have voted a
I It expresses the hope that it will ties of lire lieu what a wiltiug subject -
Candler Saturday te consult! the doc- but this time for its discussion is no better known. He is up-to-date alongall straight -mocra'i ticket since I
form of the for lagrippe, (inrluuz), more
continue to a part warp
tor relative to the serious illness ofj I longer opportune.He lines of progrtss j, Mill said: iu the have b-tn of age, and I defy any o.eto
and woof and texture of the city it commonly called grippe for short, prove au>thii uudemaenttir tint
her mother. also still favors the 16 to 1 plank of conversation that
course a running ::
has striven so earnestly in season and and truly 'tis well naiLed as it grasps I have dalle.
-- ------
in the Chicago platform, but the: recentdiscoveritsof received I
B.
while John Floyd: very
If Grover had been as active when out of season to build up and whichit the invalid. in its! strong and fatal Yours iruiy.K.
gold in Alaska has for few votes in his precinct in the last W. HoLLIDAY.Ex .
the democratic campaign was ou ashen loves so well. meshes awl lays low the wearied
the time quieted the demand for the election because> of his strong and CotniiiittH-mau Precioti7.
no,* history might hive repeat It asks its old friends and its' new frame. After the long Beige may be
free coinage of silver. And with the uncompromising position on the "nofence" "Democrat' also:: made a slight
ed a different story.ExGovernor friends, too, to rally to its support, aidit overcome with the tenderest care and mistake in his numbers as there were
demand far it its discussion
quieted question ; but, said! Mr. Raskin
---- in holding Lp its hands and make it well skilled medical I attendance they twelve ( "luo'ratlc.utUJ present at
Wiliiitu' D. Bloxham is inappropriate.The should this on
if he again
run year
spread its branches and become in may at last recover, but not be cured, the meeting on the oth, which in all
the Jacksonville Metropolis will editor of the Ocila: Banner is as the he would poll
says, same platform probability Was us many as we cooled
its glorious old age as green and the past decade hast left its Butteringvictims :!
be induced to go a flourishing as; the bay trees of our all over the northern lands, s a
national democratic convention at tit. as he was when Henry Georgewas Baakiu says there is: a reversalof kind even ha I we elves two
forests. crippled, deafened and still weakened week's notice. I notice that Ocala:
Louis. making his great campaign on it I I opinion on the subject aud many of
,
-- - Beginning of a Long Struggle. from its effects. We hail with only bad 1-1 pr s ut, with noii>*v If
as an issue, but it is uow no longer to of Mr.
ilr. Jefferson B. Browne, president Far the strongest opponents Floyd glad hearts, a land of promise suchas of a week K. W. H.BABY'S .
A, in the
war correspondent
4 the front and an attempt to place it would be his most ardent
of the Florida railroad commission, now : sup Florida has to otter, with its God
t there would only be a waste of space East winds up one of his communications -
.
has announced his for porters.Mr. !
candidacy health
follows given blessing, given powerto ECZEMA '
as :
I
member of the national democratie and time, neither of which hangs Basfein says that the enactment bucb a one medns" much that is
Neither nation williet.l until forced
executive committee. loosely on his hands.The of & "no fence" law would prove a dear to the health seeker. But we -
for.neither without abandoning -

The Baltimore News has broken commissions state :and have interstate been establishedand railroad something can necessary and fundamental bigger boom for Marion county than cannot expect to step from darknessinto I' Top of Hear Covered pith SealsGOEED

the
the discovery of phosphate! or
the record in newspaper enterprises.In become the settled policy of both to its national developmentand of light with one bound. Which Peeled off Tat
t.'ees.
just two weeks after being burnedout I prestige.It planting nrauge Nature has provided in her grntll'
parties, hence no longer present an their wealth in
Men who now count
it was in its new building with amore issue fordiscuiou.. is the beginning of the destined way the gradual change. We cannot I Hair Rid Theme
would then count it iu dollars
cents
complete outfit than before the struggle between the east and west to as we watch, see the lily ;row, but as -

big conflagration. However much we may love the finally decide which shall dominatethat and it would be nothing extraordinary day succeuN day it unfolds leaf by

pj.st and revere its traditions, we cannot become CUBA
for farmers to
of the earth and it will not coupon leaf into its full completeness, so the
part : ,
Miami is making extensive afford to waste our iive shedding
preparations bond clippers.Recent _
in this beau- i
invalid
recuperate
may
to hold its annual 1 fair. Mr. L. I tears over the things that lie buried in I be settled by a single war. -- ----
tiful laud: of roses and enjoy a perfect
$1 Years Old willi
ITo1 Thick
J. Brumby of this city" editorof the the graves of our ancestors, but we Important Rulings. I w !
state of health, peace and comfort

Florida Fruit Grower and Trucker, must resolutely turn our faces frontward By a recent decision Judge \Vm. T. free from pain and sorrow that may I Hair and Clean Scalp

will attend the fair and give it and battle with new issues alike -,
becomeone
a I Gary, of Augusta, Ga., may give promise of a long life.

write-up in his the waves of the ocean, they rise the I Cure Praarat
paper.The I of the best known judges in MRS. Du J. E. Exsis, I
i
and fall and and
come go. aJects -
war iu she East must the Union. As thedecisiou everycorporation Ocala :Florid I
help "My baby was about six weeks old
The musician, who plays constantlyon the Union should it be
in -- -- ----
West. Men who tight with the sword Executive Committee notice. I when the top of her head became covered
one string or on su instrument sustained the
and by
carried
up with thick scales, whkh would
can not with the e5o
reap scythe.
badly out of tune, must: not expect a The memlhrs.of. the democratic j
Federal court it is of much interestto peel and come off taking the hair with
cotton and grain and all articles of large audience or a superabundance of executive committee of Marion coun-
incorporated concerns in the fruit it. It would soon form again and be u

mauufaeturemust be higher outside applause. ty are requested to call meetings of bad as before. I tried several things
The bon -keeper's iJT/7?/ < TIT and produce trade.
the oritlaimue of "New occasions teach new duties.
war. renders e their club or in the absence of democratic and then went to the doctor. He said
--- ----- occupation .e
A suit brought against a South it and
------ ---- A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away him specia'S liable to was was Eczema prescribed an ointment -
clubs a mass: meeting of the which did not do
Col. Crowder any good. A
Judge Advocate stomach trouble The Carolina corporation in a South: Carolina -
Mr. W. W. Baker of Plaiuview
friend spoke of Cuticura
Soap. I triedit
the of their
breakidot, democratic voters precincts,
Marchand Captain Morrison of the Neb., writes: "My wife bad lung hasty"quick lunch" the court. The president of the corporation and read on the wrapper about Catl-

; artillery and trouble for tifteen for the purpose; of electing a memberof cnra Ointment as a remedy for Eczema.I .
Capt. Kuhn, of the over years. We long hours spent in while in Augusta, tia", trails-

, engineer corps, have been sent tried a number of doctors and spent stooping o\cr journal the democratic executive eorumit-I bought a box and washed her bead in
,; to and ledger, with lack acting business was served with the warm water and Cuticura Soap aoJ

s I Japan at the request of this government over a thousand dollars without any of exercise, all tendto in an attachment suit wherein tee to serve ou said !' t gently combed the scales ot>: They did

relief. She was very low and I lost the derangement of papers ensuing two years, such meetings to I not come back and her hair grew oat
[ as military observers of the all when several banKs were garcisheed. TbeattorDt'S fine and thick. She is now a year anda
f friend
hope, a suggested trying the stomach. b., held at such time (prior to Feb.
half old and has
': movements in the field of the Japa- Foley's Honey and Tar which I When the stomach is in a healthy condition for the claimed no trace of Eczema'MRS.
I the feeling after a meal is one of company ::i. 1904,) as this committeeman may C. W. SURGES Iranlstan Are..

i' i nete armies. did; and thanks be to this: great remedy satisfaction and comfort. Whenever defective service and entered a de- designate. The newly elected or selected Bridgeport, Conn.. Feb. 21, 1896.

-- --- it saved her life. She is Mrs. Barges writes Feb. 28. 1903 :
stronger there is discomfort after eating it is a members of said democratic

I' As the campaign advances the and enjoys better health than she sign of stomach derangement or disease.Dr murrer. executive committee, as above provided "111 baby, who bad Eczema: very
sustained the demurreron badly on her head, as I told you before,
Pierce's Golden Medical
Discoverycures Gary
Judge :
f Strong right" of the voter is being has ever known in ten years. We diseases of the stomach and other i are hereby called to convene at after using the Cuticora Remedies WM

strengthened by the "glad hand" of shall never be without Foley's Honey organ of digestion and nutrition perfectly the ground that an officer of a : the court house in Ocala on Saturday, cured. She is now six yean old anti

the candidate. It is rumored that and Tar and would ak those afflicted anti permanently.: The cures effected by company upon leaving the state under Feb. :27, 1001, at 11 o'clock a. m. for has Instant thick hair relief ind and a clean scalp.

to try it. Postotlice Drug Store. m this medicine are almost countless. holds its charter of organization and to refreshing sleep
the ,
which his company purpose for skin-tortured babies and
tt several dark horses are to enter the "I have taken one bottle of Dr Pwrce's Golden rest for
Medical Dtovery for indigestion aui liver com such officer and provide for holding the democrat tired, worried mothers In warm baths
It is almost lusts his identity as
k I arena as soon a* the executive committee a wore of supereogation plaint.'' antes Mr C. M. Wilwn. of Yadkin primary election, and to transact such with Cnticura Soap, and gentle anoint

meets. to note the changes, sinces Washington College.. since Davidson I commenced Co., X. C.taking Have your had medicine no bad5tJell. cannot be legally served with paper! other business as may properly come ings with Caticnra Ointment purest

-in fact have not felt like the of emollients and greatest of skin
same maIL individual his official core.

was born. The nation has Before I took the Golden Medical Discovery V I He is simply an before said committee. to be followed in severe cases by mild

t t At the l last meeting of the board of grown from ocean to ocean and from could but now not I can eat eat anything anything without I wish awful without distress hav- position, for instance that of a S. R. PYLES, Chairman. dosea of Cuticura Re ()lfent. This U

trustees of Stetson University Dr. B. far ott Alaska to the Mexic sea besides I lug unpleasant feelings." president being assumed on his departure W. W. CLYATT, Secretary. 2 5 dw the purest, sweetest, most speedy, permanent
i Don't be fooled into trading a sub- -.. -- -- and economical treatment for

}'. Camp brother of Col. W. N. the flag floats in triumph over more stance for a shadow. Any substitute by the vice president. The Kidney complaint kills more people torturing, disfiguring, Itching, borain;.

Camp, of this city, was elected president than a thousand islands. But greatas offered as n just as good" as Golden attachment was lost. This is a new than any other disease. This: is due bleeding scaly,crusted and pimply skin
Medical Discovery" is a shadow of that and scalp humours with b. of hair of
of the board of trustees and the has been the expansion of the medicine. There are cures behind every practice which if sustained by higher to the disease being so insidious that Infants and children u well as adults,

claim made for the "Discovery," whichno it gets a good hold on the system be- and Is sure to succeed when
resignation of Dr. Forbes as president country in territory and courts will materially reduce snap all other
populationthe "just as good" medicine can show. fore it i is recognized. Foley's Kidney remedies and the best physicians falL

F of the University, was formally ac- advance along industrial, inventive Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse shop litigation and prevent many Cure will prevent the development of W4 ta.g5.a 1M rr.Y trussson ..........
bowels and the liver. n. km ol ChoeoUu W4 ... Coe.
the regulate They a. ,
cepted. Dr Forbes's salary is continued .and scientific lines have been benefit and do not attachment suits often illegal in their fatal disease if taken in time. Post- kow._..,**_ ..... t b*Pins "'.. .
produce permanent Sq. 111M
Is hall
Kg ,
1*
j I ae air as C4o **-
. bus A.* ... .. ....
Ca
.
until next October. even greater. react on the system. character.-Sew York Packer. office Drug Store. m .. kl4111"TJI.t Oral (.,.,"


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PAGE SEVEN
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do not believe hallucinations existed i,
I any
'M WILL END there. We think file British
iI STRAUSS & CO.
statesmen who did so much to push

Japan into war realized that with Ja I ,

BY NEXT AUGUST pan's defeat they would accomplishtwo I'I OCALA FLORIDA

things for Great Britain; first to I I i ,
give Russia a check-lor of course

, Russians Only Want Enough war must impede our progress temporarily Wholesale arjd Retail Liquor Dealers.STRUSS' .

Time To Moboliza Forces. second to cripple Japan's
maritime power, which was !beginning I
. to oe greatly felt in the Pacific.
t WILL DRIVE JAPANESE INTO SEA.
It can Us said with the utmost poditiveness Imperial
l that Russia will bide her T'-j -
Admiralty Believes Japan's Fleet Was v ._i y
time. She will act on the defensive
l Considerably Damaged in the Naval until she feels confident thai her 4 'f
__-_ __ _._-_ ,
II Battle at Port Arthur-England weight of numbers will leave no doubt
FI as to the result Reinforcements are 3
Would Profit by Russian Victory. (
going forward at the rate of 5,000 a.. : :
r St. Petersburg Feb. 2L-"The war day. Probably some time will elapse : .

" will end In August or Septemuer ant before Russia feels fully prepared to.. ; I 1 IX L
t: the complete defeat of the Japanese, assume the offensive.The Ifp ,

t today a high authority In intimate conviction is growing here in

: touch with the Russian war plans official! circles that despite Japanese ,

l whose opinion can be taken taithtul- denials, the Japanese fleet was severely : 7 [IJEG1STEED]

I' ly to reflect the belief in the highest: crippled off Port Arthur in the engagement : '

oaicial quarters. He added: "Jiow which began Feb 8. The I 1

k s the Japanese can hope to succeeJ admiralty has no direct official information : : i BALTIMORE RYE s

when our army in the Far gait i-; to support this except the

l E strengthened to a'point equal: or superior manner in which the Japanese abandoned bJ
.
i F in numbers to that of our ad the attack at the end of 15 : i. FIVE YEARS OLD.

versary's we honestly are unabl" to minutes. It is pointed out at the ad

! comprehend. It will not be difficult mlralty that two weeks have now -

to place! tWQ, four or even six hundred elapsed without the whereabouts ot i
,
thousand additional men In the the Japanese: 1eet being definitely reported J7 r I 4I

Held if necessaryWhen our forces and the: opinion is gaining I

f are concentrated and ready they W.' ground that it has gone to a Japanese I'

finish by driving the Japanese into port for repairs. N

r the sea. Frankly it seems to us that General Kuropatkin will not leave I ISO U Bottles,

the Japanese have utterly failed to for the Iront lor another fortnight. Delivered $2 9 0

.l precipitate Russia's resources: or have In the meantime he is going to his ,
counted on the aid of Great Britain or country e-sfutjs, to bid farewell to rel

the ,United States, neither ot which atives. !1? hiatus: has not yet been Bottles dQ ,.
= 12 -
h fully settled. By the terms of his Deliver'd'PO'O0Orders

appointment the general will command

, the Manchurian army subject to Vice

1'1'1If'xie i. but his
powers probably 1
-
-
will Oe extended to include the troops ---

north ot Manchuria. The orricial view

ldMt ot th(.> status is that Viceroy Alexieff ) __ ,

+ will remain in supreme command;

but the viceroy being a sailor, General

Kuropatkin was appointed his lieutenant
Filled
d Same Day Received
zor the army as Admiral Makaroff MUTSUHITO, EMPEROR OF JAPAN. .
is for the navy. Speaking on the .. t.i

subject of possible investment ot Port I drews, attorney-general oi Hawaii, Consul General Skinner in his
Arthur, the has arrived here on his to Washington re-I
military
authorities here way port shows the great success of We will sell for the
4Y% do not believe the Japanese will attempt to argue the fisheries case before -
mission to Abyssinia.The .
i j
( to make a landing in force on the United States supreme court
the LJao Tang peninsula. The tormer which is expected to come up fora Mexican sugar trust alleges that I i Next Thity Days.THE IY I
its failure due
was to the American-
r hearing In
say there is nothing the Russians early March.
would like: better as such an attempt; This case, involving rights valuedat Cuban reciprocity treaty.

1<; doomed to certain failure. Ttv $1.000.000: or more, arose tram a Peach growers of Pl6e county are FAMOUS 'SILVER NEGLIGEE SHIRT.

authorities here assert that the south- provision of the act creating the territory expecting a fine crop year owing to
ern portion of the peninsula is strongly that all the claims to private the! continued cold weather.J. .

guarded and that the north shorn rights to fish in the ocean adjacent to I A. Owens, of Atlanta, is making Which sells the world over for $i at 63 cents.

> presents insuperable obstacles. T& the islands must be established by preparations for his journey on foot

only chance of the Japanese, it suit brought in circuit court. to SL Louis behind a wfieelbarrow. All New Patterns and Styles.

claimed would be marching down Several hundred suits were brought A farmer named Bramel, near Mays-

Iron Korea !but to do this it is all< under the act. but by stipulation. P ville, Ky., while intoxicated, killed his THE CHAMBERS SHOE Go.

ed!. they must first defeat the Kussic' of the plaintiffs! will abide by the decision wife, set tire to the house and perished

army on this side of the iau! nv': of the United States supreme in the flames.
court in the present case noon apPeal OCALA, FLA.
t-ic Two men were asphyxiated, one
to face with an imprena': ,
i BARON .IrT.\flo KOUUKA. I burned to death and several severely
itronghold. The Associated Press
i panese Minister i : of Foreign I Affairs REGIMENT injured in an explosion ot gas. at a
now understands that Grand Duke ORDERED TO PANAMA
I ver contemplated !being o involved. Star :: -- Buffalo, X. Y.. furnace. I JWbfDAWoman f els
Alexis (uncle of the czar and high
r &3 Great Britain i is concerned, we admiral) has reconsidered his decisionto Third U. S. Infantry Will! Go to the Young Men's Christian association
Isthmus. delegates: to the state convention filled
j r go to the Far East. He was extremely Depressed.It's
anxious to go, but the grand Washington Feb. 24.-The war de- most of the pulpits at Augusta and i

duke] felt that his duties here would partment today issued orders for the addressed tair-sized congregations.A has y

ConsuniptlonSalt necessitate his remaining In St. Pe entire Third regiment of infantry to number of citizens of South Carolina appetite frequent. inability headaches to sleep, a"bad well" ea.se, a morbid aJJlggkon I
tersburg. proceed to the isthmus of Panama.The met tragic deaths in various l feeling,U is not necessarily some dIr female malady!; 0

regiment of infantry will leaveat ways. One may committed suicide,
1 Russia's New War Minister. the earliest possible time on the and one woman was burned to death. the Liver.

St. Petersburg. Feb. 24.-General B* transports Sumner and McClelland Department of superintendence of Don't fall to get today at
is famous old. your druggists
pork from New York. a bottle oft
I kharoff, chief of staff of the military the National Educational association
fashioned remedy for con- district of Turkestan, has been ap- The regiment is going to Panama torelieve I convenes in Atlanta tomorrow with
I
.' HEat plenty of pointed to act as minister ot war during the marines stationed there. an attendance of fully 1,000 delegates.The .
The
sumption. headquarters
of
the
the absence of General Ruropat- regimentsare ] will
pork' was the advice to the kin, whose appointment to command at Ft. Thomas, Ky., and Fort Sheridan senate will. vote on the Panama : and dlgestive quickly organs and sUrely to!theirformat restore the functlona Liver Hldneya,
treatTuesday. The doors of the reel Ilk. a new You'll
the Russian military forces in the Far Chicago. The regiment will be I woman after taking the 11lst bottle
and looyears spnat chamber will probably be closed
consumptive SO
50 commanded Cents
East was gazetted yesterday.SULTAN by Lieutenant Colonel ALL DRUGGISTS.SEABOABD.
while the treaty is under consider. .
Woodbury, the present colonel being I
ago. .
about to retire with aron. !
an advanced rank.
Salt pork is good if a man READY'TO CONSENT. .

.._ __ i
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. 1. 4 III
can stomach it. The idea Believed Russia's: Black Sea Fleet Will '
I I I I
behind it is that fat is the Go Through Dardenelles. Chebik Bey, the Turkish:: mmistetat I
New York, Feb. 21.-Negotiations
food the consumptive needs are progressing asserts the Herald's, Washington, !believes war in thE {I I 11 etch the BnlotC'uI J

SL Petersburg correspondent, tor tne Balkans is impending. I' I Store ad. Next "\Viek.aUU. Air Line Railway-
most.Scott'sEmulsionisthemod. passage of the Dardenelles Dy the Russian President and Mrs. Roosevelt celebrated
Black sea fleet. Washington s birthday ty plant I C 1'01' S "'.\..xx.II., OLOIIili.: CAM I)FA MM'TIIFK.Y PINES'

Russia is determined to get her fug each a tree in the White House --u, __,;;:r.P>' UU'IDIOXU.SJlI\(.'I'OX. itu/mioitF., 'UII.unl:
fat
ern method of feeding to ships through the correspondent avers, grounds. I .., ......,..
-- - --- i'ni i, lW'OUR
the consumptive. Pork is too even il it 'is necessary to adopt tCe The Mississippi house has passed EY
subterfuge of altering their appearance the senate bill providing for a uniform i Three
rough for sensitive stomachs. disguising them as merchantmen. system of textbooks for the common f Elegant Trains Daily

Scott's Emulsion is the most! The porte is almost willing schools. w. ts RR. \f ; Seaboard florida Limited.

and if England! makes an objection, Mr. Burton, Republican ot Ohio I :; t 4.'QoJ
refined of fats, especially the dispatches continues "it will b;,; made a vigorous speech in the house r a .. i

prepared for easy digestion. a signal for"an immediate advance toward Monday on the great naval! program I MEET SEABOARD EXPRESS., SE0BO(1RD( 'MAIL.Modern .
India. proposed by his S
Feeding him fat in this Admiral Alexleff's retirement to liar party. rLlIi. NEEDShas ALL :
President Roosevelt has tendered a ; Pullman Equipment.THESEABOUin .
the binith his staff is interpreted to I T"sJ"'rlent'8 ectaMlshcd u as
which is often only the ;
place on Panama canal commission s '
way, mean that he is convinced the Japanese 1'-0111 1i1 nil deaf,'rs. \ a5 FLORIDA'LIMITED is vwiibuM l train, cow.
to Alfred Noble, the distinguished ? *',W-tt.y grow. 10C4! &' "J
k way, is half the battle, hutScott's will besiege Port Artnur. The of the i-J Annrcl: postpaid' free '0 all ..? posed< fleet has received instructions not to engineer Pennsylvania rail Sj .. ana t Sleepers und Observation Curs, operated solid, Sr.: Augustine aDd
Emulsion does more engage in any tight at present, but to road system. ii 0. M. FERNY & CO. Jacksonville to New York via Washington, leaving St. Augustine l.:IO p.m.
than that. There is some- defensive G. \\'. Aderhald. of Canton, Ohio, ,.t| DETROIT, MICH. and Jatktoiiville I :?IJ i p. m. the
remain on until the beginning
visits his father, Mike Aderhold, at I ".. ,_ Only ine ( )," rating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
of July, when a half of the ..
thing about the combination whole Baltic fleet will be Tallapoosa, 5a., after they had been to New 0 leans.

of cod liver oil and hypophos- : to the Far East. dispatched: separated tor 42 years, not baring For fills information and sleeper reservations call on an.Agent-

I beard from each other. A. O. MacDOXELL, A. G P.Agt., Jacksonville. Fla.
Emulsionthat It is hoped also by that time tha-
phites in Scott's part of the Black sea fleet will be also Monday was a great day tor the Ull JOHN DOZIEH. .-\jrent. W.\V. CONDO, City Ticket A gen

puts new life into the on the way. try andmthtary at !Savannah. In fan, OCALA FLA.

\\ork on all the ships under construction military at Savannah. The In fan i; +
weak and has a special ---- -- ---- -
parts is being specially pushed for Ters and were joined for fie day by -

r action on the diseased lungs. ward. the Burke Light infantry of, Wayne 5 O ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAY COMPANYTime

bo ro. QRS.

: :: A sampleill be British Officers Honored. The feature of Mondays seasons o Table in Effect Feb. 7lh 1903.DEPARTt'REs .

sent free upon request. Tokio, Feb. 24.-The Mikado thIn the senate was a sharp clash b tweer 1
FROM OCALA.
Be sure that this picture i morning received in audience CaptainsL Senators Hoar and Foraker over th
ro the form 01 a libel on th! and Paynter and Lieutenant isthmian canal question Senator :.. Tratn312oa.m. For Rochelle Palatka. Jicksonville, Wavcross.. TnoraawUe Savannah,
wrapper oi c\cry: buttle dEmuUion Charleston, Wilmington Kicamond. Washington. Norfolk. Baltimore.Phtlt-
you buy. Boyle, of the British navy and thanked Hoar announced that he intends tt Ytq dclpbia. New York, Boston and all eastern point Also for all western
them for navigating the Japanese for the potnU in connection with Chicago and Flmda special.
& vote treaty
Train 78,1:15 p. m. For Rochelle. Palatkk Jacksonville id all other points cast. Also ftr Macon
SCOTTBO armored cruisers Nisshm Atlanta, Nashville,Chicaeo via Dixie .
and Kasuga rout:
I
District Lea
\VNEs United States Attoraey lit
from Genoa 00 Train 39-3:20 p m. For Leesburg, Croom Tnlby. Brooksville. Tarpon Springs Clearwater
Italy, to Japan. His
CHEMISTS ken returns to Savannah from Cub; Bellair.St Petersburg and intermediate points.
majesty conferred on them the Orderot where be went to proaeeut Ki* investifation i I Train 21,3:16 a. m. For Leesburg.Crow, Trilby Tarpon Springs. Clearwater, Bellair St. Peter
Y. Ind
burg
409 Pearl St., N. intermediate points.
the Rising Sun and presented them of smuggling ou* Bays fc- Train 47.3 25 p m Juliette.Guild Junction Homosassa and intermediate poinU.
joe. and $t; an druggist with gifts of silver and lacquer, work found that many good other thai II': Tram 45. 10.10 a. m. points For Juliette east and, High west.Springs Live Oak Dupont. Waycrot and all other

_,_,_ ,
u u' from the imperial collection. Th- clears had ben J&mnuled. Train 49.?.lo a m. For Jaliette Gulf Junction Homooassa and intermediate point
-- foreign crew of the Nisshin sails for fXPR[ PRLPAID Trains No's.32 and 21 carry Pullman ssleepers. Trains 0".39 and 78 carry Pullman Buffet
.
In the suit in Mississippi at ham Parlor ears.P.
home on the steamer SiBeria from Yokohama & 0 steamers nail from Port Tampa for Key West on Sundays Tuesdays and Thurkdayf
ruff versus the stale, which seeks t. :....- at II P. IB. '' '
by of San Francisco.
way enforce the payment of bond amour Train 2t connects at SL Petersburg with Independent Line of steameistor Tampa tad
River points
Manatee
\\Vch the Boston FOR lag to $200,000 Unud by the liquid; CHAS E. BLUM i COMPANY For full complete and reliable information regarding rates through car irraBgemenu
Store ad. Next Week. $1,000,000. lag levee board, which passed out sleeper reservations, etc. call on any Atlantic Coast Line Agent or address '

I I exstellc.e in 1884 the state .aupr 517 and 519 \V. Bay Bt. T. WHITE, D. P. A.

., '1 I Attorney-Geenral of Hawaii IslandsGoes court declares that the state Can, H. 31. EMERSON, '\T. J. CRAIG,
Before U. S. Supreme Court. I escape being sued. Jacksonville, f la. i Traffic Manager. Gen' Passenger Agent.
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r SARASOTA, FLORIDA. The Pjthians at Tampa I ITUttTamp.t Hon. W. D Cam. -1 OveWorkveakens

.- -- In our avr i i-iug cuiuuius! will" lie ]I To
I Tribuuf *:i\s the an- | Your Kidneys. Let Up
"Isn't the climate of South Florida found tiir auufuncemeiit IIf Hon \V.
quet giVfU by the Pythian* at the:
delightful is the mrueut of all D. am fllr r.d..di.l1U ti! .- .:ffii'r! "! Oiicalttj! Kidneys Make Impure Blood Means a LossIn
Tampa: Bay hotel Friday night was a j ji
riu'ett'tent! of public iustruti ii
i "U1'
the .
tourists.Mr. All the blood in your body pasres throug'ayour
magnificent atI ir. There wvre more three the advertising campaign there
for tlieouuiy.! kidneys cr.ce every minutes.
Liwreucb Jones, of Louisville, I "> The kidneys: are I should be no truce. While the merchantives
.Tn.. your
than five huu trod at the table.The j .
)1 r. Can. has made such a fa thlulau .
; .
r Y i ; blocdpurihers.theyfii1t' and remains in business there comes
Ky., das just received.a beautiful large liiuiug-ruotu of theTampa i i iBay -tn'ciciit shier that it is "ut U- I -= \: I ter cut the no time when he can safely lay down his

launch from Chicago and pUced it : WHS a stvue of be-ii'.iy. Flagswere I ht"dlh..t he will develop any opoppu'itiou. y?. impurities If they are in tick:the bIOCd..1 til arms. If he ceases advertising for a single

it on the bay here. 1\\1'!r:; if n cf order they fail to do day he gives his competitors an advantage
!
used liberally iu the t'C.1ratillns: i I '7 rJ their work. 8 if he for a month he has started on 8

Mr. and Mrs. Guinesg, of Dublin, i being draped from he wimiows al"IV Ii duce his supt-rvisiou, of the schools) I rf"'l\ Pan! ,:chc::mdrheJ \:- i I f :: the roil which leads to discomfiture andoblivion.
I I realism from !
Ireland who have had their private eveo Uiiut; couurcttd ihereAiili has come ex- .
the tables with Urge lit haug- .tJ cesscf uric acid i:1 the Iblxd I ..
one *
car bide tracked here for the past bceu growing along better liues..r !. due to neglected To stoat advertising even for a short -
I 8H
week lug in the centre. The gruhlJg of fur schools has been Aidney trouble.! time destroys the culmative effect it has
left Saturday for Tampa, where '
Kidney trouble causes: quick cr unsteady already produced and puts an end to all the t.J: r
they gpeut one day before continuing Palms and t beautiful tall vases of hit; .I, IllaUy of he schools have i cat beat, ::...d mikes cr.e feel as though! I advantages gained by continuity. If youI '
hid heart trouble because
hey : the heart is
r their journey north. They had while flowers, with occasional btuqueis, arranged be n united and thereby fetreiut' eutd over-working in pumping thick, kidney- I withdraw your ads: from the papers you may t1

here, as their guest, the Hon. Bourke by Gardener Feihe, formed I and iheliijr depu-< ? by the, bank pcusncd bleed through veins and arteries. I. be assured that your competitors will not !\

Coekranof New York. All the floral decorations. failure hus brt-u i>aid uti and toe I It usid to be considered that only urinary make the same mistake.
expressed troubles were to be traced to the t W "
kidneys, I: "Out of sight, out of mind is a time
themselves as! being delighted Long tables were stretched across prospects for 1 tiger school facil ties but not modern science proves that nearlyall honored which with CJ)
I I constitutional diseases have their proverb applies peculiar
bejmnir.g -
with this part of the state and the the dining hall, each in itself beautifully for this county are brightened.M. in kidney trouble.If I force to a merchant's advertisement Wno
I t I
prospects of our town. decorated and dressed. Messrs. Cam's loyalty aud devotion are you are sick you can make no mistakeby remembers the advertisements of last year.

One of the prettiest sights around Prosky & Chase, with the able assistance appreciated as will be seen by the and first the doctoring extraordinary your effect kidneys.: cf Dr.The Kilmer's mild Keep your name before the public in the
columns of the Ocala Banner if wouldnot
I you
here is the saw grass farm of the of Steward Proskey and his almost unanimous desire on the part wimp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
seen realized. It stands the highest for its be forgotton.
Camp Phosphate Company east of corps of cooks and waiters had exerted of the teachers an others directly v.'cr.dcrful cures of the most distressing: cases t

town. Every one is: astonished that themselves to make the btsnquet interested in the cuo.>U for his re- :aid is sold en its merits f::.7V"..
by all druggists 1 in fifty-T? ? !. : ::, i Try THE BANNED For Results.
such soil exists in Florida.At perfect in every appointmentandthey tentention. cent and one-dollar siz- t f.:# ,::... .

Feb. thoroughly succeeded. es. You may have a ::
7 o'clock Sunday evening, ''
WEAK AND LOW-SPIRITED.
sample: bottle! by mail Home of SwampRootfree -
. 14, at the home of the bride's parents, Music was furnished during the ban also pamphlet<< telling you how to find

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hill, Henry N. quet by the Tampa Bay orchestra, A Correspondent Thus Describes His out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. -
Experience."I Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
Trapuel and Miss Ida Hill were quietly which rendered a fine program. The & Co., Binghamton N. Y. SPECIAL SflLE SEWING MACHINES
recommend Herbiue
can strongly
married, Rev. H. H. Norris, of opening selection was a K. of P. --.- -
medeciue of remarkable
as
Braideutown, officiating. march, composed for the occasion by Hlictu-y Wclunoa large number of t cu fug 3Incliiiu but lira e' been

Mr. J. C. Anderson, attorney for Director J. H. Campbell, and dedicated for IndigeMiitu, loss ot appetite, sour DR. COOKON u*o l,-"Mime but little-that we tail aloha out at natrJlIll1l.rlc', r*.
taste in the mouth, palpitation, headache Tae" c machine turn been thoroughly ot (Thanh tl by etcperieueed .
the 5th and 6th divisions of the Seaboard :: to the local lodges, workmen and all worn part replaced and made H"
cards in drowsiness after meals with good a*! now for ",('rT ('e. Each maeliine in adjiintfd! tried, and r
printed
with his wife and daughter, The menu were BLADDER TROUBLES
guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaicsonr
distressing mental depressions aud ".or.'. Can
Page, spent several dajs here gold, with the emblem of the Pythian Bladder troubles make life miserable to be seen and trh'd. if desired.We .
elaborateone low spirits. Herbine must be a unique will sell these litac'hina.rry low for cash. Price* run
in their private car.H.1' order. The menu was an those who suffer from them, and unless from Ki <)(> f 0 12 (H). and each IK a bargain at the prlre
for such mine for
Welch agent {Southern Ex a conspicuous and especially enjoyable preparation cases as they are promptly overcome they are certain weareig'iil! for the eclcbratcd"aewIloue"and"Ulseckr

press Company at Bartow, spent several feature being the UK of P. a few doses entirely removed my com to cause serious conditions. Inflammation tachment.Ciraphophone IViKon". "sewing; Maehines-uith, or without 'Hilfon-Uole at

plaint. I wonder at people going on of the bladder is becoming more
days bore" last week, as the guestof punch" a delicious concoction com and r ('ord... A Ciraphoplione and Accords..
their and more common and when neglected it for S5.0O. Furniture and llou .e Furnishing
puttering or spending money on (Uood at
Mr. and Mrs. Z;. D. McKean. pounded for the occasion. followed .
worthless things, when Herbiue is develops ulceration and this may be .SMITH'S.: Speialattentiontouaail order
Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet, jr., and Mra. Those from Ocala stated, at the ban- aud SOe by perforation and death. The irritable
procurable, so cheap. centsa Ocala Furniture
Hamlet, sr., Mrs. Robinson and Mi.-s queuing table were R. E. Youge. sr., bottle at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store I condition that demands frequent Company.

Nina Hamlet, of Bells, Tenn., are Jake Brown, H. S. Chambers, W. W. and Tydings & Co., druggists. m evacuation during the night as well as day
time,Is a source of great mortification and -
guests of the Bell Haven. Clyatt, Baxter Cam, C. L. Mooro and
Panama Treaty Ratified. discomcomfort to old and young.

Mrs. Emma White, of Citra, with H. C. Jones. : Dr. Cook, of Chicago, an authority on
I I Special to the Ocala banner. HUBBARD & MACDUFFHEADQUARTERS
her guest, Mrs. Long, of Muncie, Washington. D. C. Feb .-The i. kidney and bladder troubles, says:

Ind., spent several days at the UeKoto Mrs. Koonce Entertains. "It is Impossible to find a single agent
last week. Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce was the hostess -I I senate today ratified: the Panama that is a specific for this class of troubles,

of the Original Whist Club at treaty. The vote blend OG to 14, all because there are so many different structures FOR
I Itht'ir
Miss Laura! Raley, of Jacksonville, I f
repuLHcaus involved in the However
meeting Wednesday tile and half of the demo organs.
is a guest of the DeSoto. regular weekly : able combine the best known
to
we are
afternoon. ocrats voting in favor of it. AMERICAN' FIELD! AND HOG FENCE
Mra. Holmes, mother of W. E. Both of Florida's senator's voted remedies and obtain most excellent re

Holmes and Mrs. Reed arrived in The party was a very pretty one, sults. The preparation known as FOLEY'S

all the appointments carrying outmost for it. KIDNEY CUR Is an ideal combinationI ...- rn.-. Sri rx1f. .
, our town last 'A-eek arid expects to beautifully the George Wash use it exensively in my practice and.find 1- i r p'T5sI! : ; ; r rr I i ..1 It... I..w-,

time, with ber Bon and Mysterious Circumstance.One 4 -
epeud come it can be employed successfully in every : I--------J:1 '. ..
ington's birthday idea. was pale and Fallow and the bladder -"._"_ ',_, .--- I t I ;I i f'; ..
daughter. form of kidney and trouble. ----T--. .
The seorce cards were decorated ether fresh and rosy. Whence the .._: ------_!GfHIv: si j I I r. I\"
Our Col. Gillispie is! a great FOLEY'S KIKXEY CUBE: Is an honest .
mayor, I I i I Ii .
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with painted hatchets and when the ditlereuce? She who blushing with It decoction of --d :-4:45
is
, golf player so.he is titling up some I health uses Dr. King's New Life Pillsto preparation. not a some .._ h._...; ...i..___i _Ttri4'i _..... _._ '_.. "
refreshments were served red, white hitherto unknown root or herb claimed to I I I r r 1 / .
. nice links here that the lovers of. the maintain it. By gently arousingthe be a cure-all. Common tense tells ns : !: -c-u: = i ,ll
and blue doilies used the
were on '
g'q Ri
game may enjoy themselves. lazy organs they compel good digestion that such preparations have but little if -- --- --- op.:;. .- q <.. ."
Mr. H. S. Smith's nice residenceon small tables for covers. The sandwiches and head off constipation.Try any value. Foii 's KIDNEY CCEB: contains ------i. ----. :\.. _._ J--.. ......'._
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were cut hatchet shaped and them. Only lie at Anti-monop- all the best known agents used by .
r .
East Main street is nearing com R ',:J =r'tl.; yrciatHJ; 1Mesadl3.teSyk;
pletion.Mr. cherries was one of the things on the ly drug store and Tydings & Co. mLetters kidney and bladder specialists combinedin St;;).. n .-;.cr(<::1...,:':1: Stzys; is: la. or( te.foi'<

[ Iverson's beautiful cottage on I menu. A bowl painted with a picture patent have been granted a and manner pleasant that to renders take. them In even most the effective most- Madecf large, strcr. ;hi<,'grade steel wires, heavily galvanize!l.

Washington crossing the Dela A""'. -! ; for expansion and contraction. Is .
1y provides practically
for the incorporation of the Stiekuey : evi r-
[ tbe bay is about ready for occupancy. hopeless cases its use gives relief and
ware, the bowl filled with lumps of :.:,:.:!g. :Xvi r goos wring, :10 matter how great a strain is put on it s
k We can now boast of two as com- Lumber Company, of Ocala, with a when taken in time cannot help but cure
L>"cs not mutilate: but does, r-iHcieatly, turn cattle horses hUll
ice
sugar resembling was a very pretty form of kidney or bladder trouble.
Cipitalof $30,000, for the of every ,
[ f table and up-to-date hotels as you conceit. purpose crt J pigs

i will find in the state. The Bell acquiring lands and timber in the Postoffice Drug Store

,., The prize a plate made of disabused EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby
Haven Inn is a beautiful structure. of state: of Florida by purchase, leaf e or
t coin from the at Washington
f evenly five rooms, most of them treasury otherwise to buy and sell all kinds of FATHER SHOOTS DAUGHTER. the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you howit

I commanding a view of the bay. Several and a placque made of the personal and real property; to manu will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fC CCcJ.

torn and obliterated currency from Son-inLaw Then Kills His Wife'i
k rooms have their private bath facture spirits of turpentine, rosin,
the treasury department, carried out naval Father on the Spot.Asleville Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Econoy Corn Shells Varnish
to conduct the stores business
[ and are in every respect comfortable ; N. C., Feb. 25.-A message
the patriotic idea! Mrs. William Paints Oils Glass Doirs Sash Blinds Etc.
f and convenient. The DeSoto is not to own, operate and control a sawmillor received this morning from Mar ,

Hocker was the fortunate one to receive sawmills shaft tells of a deplorable tragedy that
other mills
[ eo large a house but is just as com or for thepurpose
these unique articles. was enacted in California creek, in Ocala Fla.
Hubbard &
of timber Macduff
r fortable and convenient. One gentleman manufacturing into ,
. It I Madison county Tuesday night
The members of the club and the
was heard to say that ha had lumber and other purposes, etc. A. According to the Marshall informa

I". visited the Windsor and several of I following guests were those who were P. Stiekuey, J. M. Tilles and J. D. tion 3 young man named Hensley. son

present Mrs. Koouce'a i.rty: Mrs. of S. Hensley, and a daughter of Tom
t L the best hotels in the Mate, but had Robertson are the' incorporators.Tal1ahss .- THE CLUB
J Jr I. S. Hirsch, Misses Edith Piatt, Kcsa eloped Tuesday or Sunday night HOUSE.Cuisine .
never had a better more beautifully e cor. in TimesUnion.The .
an Louella Brco Annie ..
hut
I Gary, -- ----
f served meal anywhere, than he had Learning of the elopement and the
Davis Mrs. W. L. Hale and Mrs. E. young ladies who so industriously -
{ marriage the father of the bride sent
at tbe De.Soto, at B r."ota.
L. Carney.The. promoted the benefit for the i for the young folks to return to his First Class.
Mr. A. O. McDonnell, of Jacksonville Plates Reaso, able.
Kings Daughters unfortunately: selected home.

t : spent Friday night here. Year's Horoscope.The a night which proved to be the The bride find groom, thinking that

Mr. Finch Scruggs, of Tampa, was Kess: wished them to return to receive
skies of 1904 are not beskirt
Refurrjisrjed Throuqljout Rates
ugliest one of the whole season and inconsequence Li:, pleasing, went to he former homeof ) Special by Month.
here one day last week. with the rainbow of and .
r : hope promise of which the attendance thp bride.hen Mr. and Mn-

t Mr. J. H. HIgbee, of Jacksonville, and the sweet winged messengerof wits not large but those who attendedwere ll nsey entered the Kess home the -

route agent Southern Express! Company father cr the bride drew his pistol!
seems to have
peace gone on a well rewarded for their braveryin
was here day and night last and shot his daughter, inflicting it h I
MRS.
THOS. J.
journey to some other planet. BARNES PROP
the bad
facing weather and were
stated wounds tLat will fatal.
prove
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week. -w.,. _
We are threatened with flame and treated to a most delightful and well Young Hensley then turned upon

; :- )Ir. A. P. Connelly, suj-eriuteudenl flood iud sword. rendered program aud an elt'gantI I.his fcther-in-law, wrenched the pistoi

Seaboard, was here Friday night. The theater from his hands and shot the man
Chicago Iroquois fire I
supper as well. In carrying out the
Mr. Chas. Dacy, who is stoppiiig at in which so many lives were sacrificed -I dead. C. I. G RAe 11
I program despite unfavoriug conditions It is not known whether or not Hens- smmm

._ the DeSoto, expected several lady I is quickly followed by the Bal the ladies Icy has been arrested.
I young are deservingof Successor to Central Lumber C..
:. relatives here this week, but they were timore conflagration which in a few all the more praise. Dealer In

slightly injured in the wreck near hours destroyed the accumulations of -- ASK TO BE MARRIED.The Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring,Ceiling,

Atlanta and detained there at- the I a Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Mallory, Mr. and Siding Lathe
century. and
1 Famous Dodge Divorce Suit Still Shingles Brick.
hospital until recovered of their in. Then the tocsin of war has soundedin and Mrs. \' A. Mallory and Miss Ida In Court. Manufacturer of

juries.Col.. the Far East which promises to :Mallory were a prominent party of New York, Feb. 25.-Banker Chas. Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

Gillispie is building a hand overspread both hemispheres.Will people from Franklin, Pa., who stopped W. Morse, former president of the Window Frames, :Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
American Ice company, whose marriage
some residence on one of his lots in it always be thus? at the Ocala House Tuesday. They : to Mrs. Clemence Dodge was Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

the eastern part of town. Can the brain of man never over were on their way from Kissimmee, complicated through the annullment receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

The foundation for the new Methodist come natural disasters or the heart of where they have been on a hunting of the Dodge divorce, necessitatingthe sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly ::..."
divorce of Mr. and Mrs. Morse, 5
is laid and work will trip and stopped over here to see their
parsonage man conquer the evil spirit of war? ban: applied to Justice Clarke of the
,
a begin in earnest as soon as the lumber friend, Miss Sara Frazer. They left supreme court for permission to in :

,which was ordered from Anthony Off For A Long Tour. in the afternoon for a trip to St. Augustine I vene in the original divorce action, W.P. EDWARDS

arrives. When completed, it will bea Dr. E. Yan Hood leaves Saturdayfor and other points on the East I and ask that the order application of .
i the! divorce be set aside and the decree KEEPS: CONSTANTLY OX 1IAXI
town. a trip to the Holy Land and before Co&t.t.Iiss Frazer accompaniedthem.
credit to
our
of divorce reinstated, so that the

The engine to Mrs. Toby's beautiful his return will visit the principal petitioner's marriage may be re-estab-

countries in Europe and Asia. He .. lishfo.
little launch arrived a few days ago i --

and the boat is now in good running will be gone eight months and has investigation The Dodge for matter several has days been by under the ijMOUij STAR y MSS

rder. Mrs. Toby makes a fine mo- promised the Ocala Banner an occasional grand Jury which finally placed the

letter. Watch the Boston case before Recorder Goff with the j
torman.
Store ad. Next Week. statement that Banker Morse had refused -
Mr. W. D. Sapp, of Tampa, made
to answer its questions.
several flying trips to our town last FOLETSKOHEY TAR Dodge is now under arrest in Tex- HONE BETTER PUT UP

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UGLINESS TO BE REWARDED. amiss to retell the story of Abraham ( A Famous Visitor. Death at the HaspiUI.
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Lincoln and the homely man. When The Club House has had the honor Mr. W. A. Smith, of Beaver Falls COMMON

}t '- A Week's Visit to the World's Fair Mr. Lincoln was a young lawyer he of entertaining! Capt. Paul A. Dith Pa.,_died at the Hospital Sunday. C1TAnnUA ;

t came face t<. '.>< .. with a remarkablyugly lefsen:: for the past several days. I Mr. Smith was at Condler, where he \ .
and all Expenses ld-That's
mat "Hi- meu stopped and The captain has had quite an event. was taKen sick several days previousto
t What an Iowa County Will Do. Catarrh begins with a stubborn cold in the head, inflammation or sore !

stared at cant .,tt.,'r, ful career, having been on board tbe hia'death and was brought at once cess of the membrane or lining of the nose, discharge of mucus matter,
E One of the
i most amusing voting "Sir, I am t'Mii/io kill you!" cried Union frigate 1S62 when she was to the hospital here. The cause of his headaches, neuralgia and difficult breathing, and even in this early stage
r contests yet Inaugurated in connection I is almost intolerable. But when the filthy secretions begin to drop back
the stran \!'. rammed and sunk by the Confederate death was Bright's disease. His wife
into the throat and stomach and the blood becomes and the
with polluted
F a free trip to the World's inquired
And 1 ask? coolly
why, may cruiser Merrimao off :Sew Port Xews. and son were telegraphed for and arrived system contaminated
Fair U just announced from Osceola, Lincoln. "What have you I had a continual headache, my cheek. had frown j
After the civil war he was engaged in a day or two before the end by the catarrhal poispurple, my now was always stopped up my breath
Iowa, where a local cigar manufacturing against me, sir"'* on, then the sufferer had a sickening and ditguatinff odor and I coughed
: the merchant marine service between came. incessantly. I heard of S.88. and commenced to u..
company proposes to'reward "I have nothing giust' 'uu-poth- begins to realize what a it and after taking several bottle. I was cured and
New York and New Orleans. He The remains were taken in charge disgusting and sicken- never since had the the -
; physical ugliness most handsomely ing whHfv.r," wut tbe reply. "In iea.e Mill MARY'L.8TOBld
afterwards went to try his fortune in by .the MASOUS and carried to the ing disease Catarrh is. orthweat Oor. 7th and Felix fit*., St.Joaeplt .-..
)I The ugliest man in Osceola county, fact I but tr -.. rv that I must kill It affects the kidneysand
of Australia and New Montezuma Hotel : afternoon
the gold mines Monday
under Ibe terms of the voting con. you, bu iht r.. I" ,.1' way to get aroundit. stomach as well as other parts of the bodIt is a constitutional
r Zealand, and later went to China and where the funeral services were held. disease and as inhaling mixtures, salves, ointments, etc., are never more
t is to lw sent to the World's Fair, If.I let live I shall be break.
tet you
in the
than helpful of Catarrh what
Japan and remained in the latter Mr. Smith's body was shipped to palliative or even beginning can
i armed with round trip ticket,,money ing my soleruu word of honor, and you expect from such treatment when it becomes chronic and the whole
country thirty years, and was in Pennsylvania Monday night and will affected ? such S. S. S. reach this obstinate
system Only a remedy as ran
hotel bill of I afford do. Have
to pay fan and tickets hut, sir, cannot to
: Japan during the revolution which be buried at his old home in that deep-seated disease and purge the blood of the '

ttdmtaiou to the exposition for oue you any messages to send to your placed the present Mikado Mutso state. catarrhal poison. S. S. S. purifies and builds up the I

I f week-all gratis. folks,or would you like to pray?" diseased blood, and the inflamed membranes are
I Hito on the throne. The powers will see that China remains healed and the excessive secretion of mucus ceases
,: Every person buying one of tbe "But first tell me," insisted Lincoln, .
When the prtsent emperorof Russia neutral so which ever way the j when new, rich blood is coming to the diseased
(, five 'entcigar8 manufactured by the "howit happens that you have got to I I parts, and a permanent cure is the result.S. .
: visited: Japan Capt. Dithlefsen had scales turn China will not be the
r' concern that is conducting the contest kill me?" S. S. is: guaranteed purely vegetable and a reliable remedy for
the honor of piloting his ship throughthe spoils of war. That is evidently the Catarrh in all stages. Write if in need of medical advice; this will cost- t
l is entitled to deposit one vote (for Simply this way, sir/ replied the
famous Japan inland sea and did idea of the powers in landing forces you nothing THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, CA.
\ nU favorite homely man, therebyexpressing stranger. "Many years ago I was
I it so successfully that as a slight tokenof in China.
his opinion as to the identity pronounced the ugliest: man on earth

of the ugliest citizen of the coun- and I gloried in the honor. I made a appreciation the emperor presented r c5tv5d5p5 t5ega a aFa5a5a 5 dSZ "5@b .5
(, him with a pin containing six ,
ty. In order to protect all voters from solemn vow that if I ever found another
I beautiful diamonds: other precious WE EAT MEAT
possible wrath, the ballots are to l be : man who was uglier than my- THOROUGHBRED I
stones, which is still worn by the
t secret. No one is to know who cast self I would kill him.' veteran expilot.Captain To grow strong. Unless we get I

the though the of the Lincoln looked starchiugly at the 4
votes progress J.
Dithlefsen had the honor of ,< + t I goof meat we may as well let

f contest is to be published from time stranger."Do piloting the Dewey fleet part of the BULLS AND COWS.SHORTHORNS m 1I'S it aloue.. There is no strength

f'Y to time in the local papers, so that all you think I am an uglier man way on the route from Japan to China I m 11i.{Y. :',. _...: ..-__.k-f... : ;. in tough meat-instead! of glvI i

t know what candidate is in the than you?" he: asked.: '. ': .. \J.
may
"' f/ ; it
takes
/i strength todigeitit.
ng
just before Admiral Dewey sailed for ,,,,,,
lead and how the others stand. "I do 151 If' 'J --, J l1'"II.o.. ,9-.r. I
H Manila. ,R..! r: > ':,fff ':::; !Q; It pays to be careful inbuying
F v
The man receiving the largest '.Thtu kill me at once," said Lin s ;,. / 'Ct.. : \. ,
Perhaps no person is better informed 'I'J/ v- :..ti'rw f-ri meat-be sure to get
number of votes between'Jan. and ; < V' t.> .. <*>( !
coln.The of the country, its soldiers and : / the best-tender and choice.
When this is that the itJl') ft," .' &IW*'0\" 1 I
July 1 will be declared elected. sequel to story ;f ...;."':
resources where the interest centers I ,t.-S-_s' r,-; Pay a little more if need be and
the World's Fair he will by this r ;;
he starts for ugly man, highly i-oplimeuted lJH
iu: the conflict now going on between '"' : :; putsomethinginyourstomach
be accompanied to the railroad sta- caustic cut, went to Osceola county, m -
Japan: and Russia, and it is interest- 1) .tkafe twc J I,; ,-d.: ;;' '''' which will put flesh on your
tlou by a brass baud and a'delegationof Iowa: and settled down. One of his f' f-- 'I." ao
ing to converse with him on that ,. 'r'JIipp'ones. and strong blood in your
citizens, including the prettiest son, who inherited the father's claimto 'H' lJ;kt r!
sus jeer. He commanded a Japanese 1 4igyWutyl. aliW1 I :wo14UJu.Jl( muwl eart.EDWARDS. I
girl from each township in the coun- distinction, is now said to be can
n
i transport during the Japanese civil
j i \ ty. There will be farewell speeches didate for the World's Fair trip.How's BROS.
war in 1S77 and has watched with
I J and bouquets, and possibly the pretty I ---This-- Stalin 2 aud 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla. II
great interest the rise of Japan: to its L
girls be permitted to kiss the
If may We offer One Hundred Dollars Re present power and influence. He I t DURHAMS ] '5r' t5u e'SaFasaea 1 g3mm ic5 u 5arnat s s a
J. lucky ugly man good by. --
ward for case of Catarrh that can-
; any thinks that the Japs will more than _ANDHEREFORD-
k;s It Is stated by the World's Fair correspondent not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
hold their own on the water, but -
at Osceola that there isa J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
: when it comes to fighting on land he
great stir amongst ugly men throughout We, the undersigned, have knownF.
' J. Cheney for the last fifteen years says: .that will be another matter." SEED POTATOESWe
: p the county. Some of the Osceola READY FOR SERVICE
and believe him perfectly honorablein When in Japan Captain Dithlefsen
: --
who have been tacitly suspected
men
all business transactions and financially iu and the
bought property Leroy
'< kai e a full stock of
1 of homliness throughout their careers Prices at Private Sale
1 able to carry out any obligations object of his visit here now is to look

have taken to the woods. Others made by their firm. Spaulding's Improved Rose No.4.
over I I.h possessions.He .
know to be In danger have begun WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, conversationalist $75.00 Up Maine Early Rose.
is an interesting
Toledo 0.WALDINU.
,
wearing more attractive clothing Bliss Triumph.
KINNAN & MARVIN, and thosa who were fortunate --
their whiskers and hair
keeping Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. enough to make his ,acquaintance Spring Auction About Ap I As well as other varieties at lowest market prices. Write for

trimmed, and cultivating winsome Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally learned a great deal of the far East POTATO stating number of bags wanted.
smiles. IDEAL MANURE $30.00 ton will make them
acting directly upon the blood and its peculiar people. Capt. Dith- ------- per
'1 But there are several men in the and mucous surfaces of tbe system. grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil,

it is stated, who acknowledge Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all lefsen is at present residing at San Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and
county
PALMETTO PARK fARM "
ruggists. Testimonials free. Diego, California. Shipping; sent on request.
in it in
. ._ that they are homely-glory ,

fact-and have put themselves into Hall's family pills are the best.A Tendency of the Times. Z. C. CH1MBLJSS $ CO. WILSON & TOOME FERTILIZER COMPHY

the race as avowed candidates for the Boost for Sheats. The tendency of medical sciencs' Jan 15JACK OXY1LLE, FLORIDA. Agenta.rAS.M.GRAHAM .
OCALA FLORIDA.
honor of representing Osceola county is toward :preventative measures.
Superintendent Sheats be an I -
may I The best thought of the world is being -
Fair. These are
at the World's men !
a official despot and a political bunco- given to the subject. It is easier and
asking their friends to help them Preside GEO.W.HYDE Viet fret
and believe that be has ,
steerer, we better to prevent than to cure. It has

win. Like political candidates, they used his official power to promote been fully demonstrated tthat pueu- It Will

are hot after votes. One of them, in favorites and punish those who did monla, one of the most dangerous The First National BankOF

particular is said to have announcedhis diseases that medical men have to
Lim. The
not bow in submission to
contend with',can be prevented by the Pay You _
intention of making a thorough GAINESVILLE.The
indications are that he has permittedhis use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. .

canvas of the county, exhibiting personal feelings and prejudices Pneumonia always results from a coldor You have Real Estate Only Chartered Bank in Alachaa. County.
any
himself in each town township, to influence his official conduct in from an attack of Influenza (grip), IF to sell, Capital . . . . . . . ...... . .. .850,000 00

crossroads. settlement and little red several instances. But he has proved and it has been observed that this Surplus and Undivided Profits . to. to. . to.,. I'UjOW1)( 00

school house, ao that all smokers of himself a capable official and, beinga remedy counteracts any tendency of OR Does exclusively a banking busings, with facilities HluullO! any l'II uk In the

take note of his thefe diseases towards pneumonia. state. Solids the accounts of Farmers, Merchant, Or|,onuloue,
five cent cigars may man of strong aggressive character This has been fully prouen in many !, You're thinking of coming Etc Interest allowed by speciallirraD2emt'lil. AH buoir-fha

.. homeliness and bear him in mind and of indomitable energy, it is going thousands tot cases in which this IF to Florida for a home, transacted promptly.

f, when casting their b'
candidate declares that he will buy him. It will require, we think, a great prevalence of colds and grip in OR J ------J

up a large quantity of the cigars himself man of stronger individuality and recent, and can be relied upon with IC You desire to invest in any

casting the votes for himself, and implicit confidence. Pneumonio often |l" kind of Florida property,
influence than Prof.
It. wider Holloway.
' results from a plight cold when no
I i ? present the cigars to his friends as an If Prof. McBeath failed, there seems danger is apprehended until it is sud TO SEE I

1: Inducement to get them to buy more little hope that Prof. Holloway can denly discovered that there is fever PAINMcMillan

J i f cigars and cast more votes. It is quite succeed-Punta Gorda Herald. and difficulty in breathing and painsin OR WRITEOCALA \

the chest then it is announcedthat
legitimate, he claims for a candidate

I f" to pass around election.the cigars-it is done Mr. W. W.Cancer Prickett Cured.Smithville, Ill. on the the safe patient side and has pneumonia.take Chamber Be J. H.LIVINGSTOH I N &SONS N ,

r in
: every lain's Cough Rsmedy as soon as the
writes, Sept. 10th 1903: "I had been
' The Osceola correspondent says cold is coutracteu. It nalways cures. FLORIDA.
suffering several years with a canceron
that during \his cold weather the For sale by Antimonopoly Drug
my fc, which gate:, : ma great annoyance

j candidates are not so active as they and unbearable itching. I I Store. m

i 1 will be when balmy spring arrive was using Ballard's! Snow Linimentfor Enormous Orange Crop.

a sore leg, and through an accident
! It b expected that they will bestir The department of agriculture at

I I lI :l- themselves vigorously about the first the, I rubbed cancer,some and all of it the gave linimenton me almost Washington announces that commer- DEN MELON[ N SEED[[D FO SALE

a 1 t f of April, and that even some of those instant relief, I decided to con.tinue cial estimates indicate s that if favor-

' who have taken to the woods: to keep to use the liniment the can able weather prevails during the next I have on hand 600 pounds of the / aa

I I r from becoming candidates may be- cer. In a short time the cancer came few monshs the orange crops now famous Eden Watermelon Seed which

! [ come so highly interested in the contest out, my face healed up and there is coming on the marKets will be the I will sell at reasonable figures if sold
not the slightest scar left. I have at once. The Eden Melon is the best
will return to town and in the United
that they largest ever produced
:
I
F implicit faith in the merits of this shipper known, and these seeds were

I announce their candidacy. preparation, and it cannot be too States. A conservative estimate of selected from large and perfectly ___ __ __.s

I In this connection it may not be highly recommended." 25c, 50e and the Florida crop places it at about shaped stock. For prices etc., ritew

A Night "arm.i' $1.00. For sale by AntiMonopolyDrug 1,000,000 boxes while if present prom- : I
I Store and Tydinga: & Company, I. R Bros
Worse than an alarm of fire at druggists. m ises are fulfilled, there will be shipped Blackville, : STILLS.. C.BRANCH'S .

night is the brassy cough of croup, from the orange groves of California

t which sounds like the children's Gainesville to Have Chautauqua. eastern markets 10,000,000 or 11-, r

Gainesville which has just had a Southern Copper Works
,
death knell and it means death unless 000,000 boxes or (including 3,000 cars

i something is done quickly. Foley's i bible conference is now to have a of lemons) from 29,000 to 30,000 carloads Genuine Rattlesnake Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

Chautaugua with some very excellent of 360 boxes to the
Honey and Tar never fails to give car.
attractions. The chautaugua will WATERMELON SEED.
Instant relief and quickly cures the Strayed.On and General Metal Workers.Old .
P. L. open Feb. 2S and close March 16. Only Pure Strain In the United States
forms of Mrs.
worst croup. the 6th of January a light soral
writes: 'ihe attractions are among the very Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 years. No
, Cordier, of Mannlngton, Ky., mare, with blaze face and a white other variety grown on plantation of 1500 acres. Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
best that the country affords and it seed where different varietiesare
impossible
"ily three year old girl had a severe spot on each side behind the should. Pure the specialty. Orders by mail or
weeks of solid grown. through country a ;
be
two
will enjoyment.
case of croup; the doctor said she ers. I will pay$6 to the one that will i oz., I5c; *oz. "5;tf lb.400; % Ib.65; #1b. $1.25; wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

bottle of Foley'a Season tickets, covering everythingare find her. HAM HAMPTO, 10 IDS,lio-Delivered. :
,, could not live. I got a works "
following -
being sold forJioO which is an ex- 212 Orange Springs.FOLEYSHONHMM. Send for Seed Annual. "Manual on Melon
" Honey and Tar, the first dose gave Culture." roc Remit by registered letter or
life." ceedingly low price. money order. FAYETTL VILLE N. C.- SAVANNAH, GA.
. ... quick relief and saved her .
Gainesville is expecting a large M. I. BRANCH,

Store.Refuse substitutes. Postoffice m Drug number of visitors at this time. ...r--.. tuff. Jto ..-l....... Iforch2Zd' I I Columbia Co. Berztlia, CiWx JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE, AA. .



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Written Especially for the Ocala Banner WILL SEE SOME WEIGHING THE M 1IL. : ..:._ : ',, -,. :'. q : J __ __ :. : "' .
THE FLORIDA IBISThe

GOOD HORSE RACING.

[ Between Southern the horizon Cross uplifts and the one gull glowing afar;star This Will For the be Next Dane Thirty at the Days Postoffice A ijARD MfIN TO BEAT \

a 1 watch the light from the lone river bar. Osala: in the Circuit and Racing Will
r And gaze across the sea. Begin March Eighth. The clerks at the Ocala posoffice

are weighing every ounce of mall that
A sea,on which an hundred sunsets flow, Co' H. V. Horton, of Washington,
Wbobe tides around an hundred islands glow, goes out of and comes into the office. kt
Where lies the sky above in deeps below, D. C., has planned a circuit of winter
This being done at every office on
A shadow falls on me. racing meets in Florida and has already
this division of the railway mail i
Has heaven opened? do even angels fly, held meets at Jacksonville and ;
As in the prophet's heaven, across the sky? service, and will continue for the next z
St. Augustine with the jockey clubs
An hundred silver wings now fill my eye, thirty days. F
A cloud of wings as one, of those cities), both of them being '
Thd contracts for carrying the mails F
O Ibis! Ibis! whose thin wings of white pronounced decided successes.
are awarded to the railroads and are t
Scarce stir the roses of the sunset light The next cities to be visited are !
When Day dissolving leaven the coasts to Night. paid a certain sum for each pound of
Ocala, Orlando and Taa> and the
And tar hide the pa
seas sun. mail carried.
Readjustment of the
races in this city will begin March
From weedy weirs where blaze the tropic noons, contract is made once every four ) I
Savannas dark where cool the fiery moons: eighth and continue for five days.;
years. At the end of the term of 30
[goons Col. Horton
was here Monday making -
From still Lake Worth. and mossy walled Ia. days an average will be struck, and 1>'
Where never footsteps stray. all the necessary arrangementsand J '
1 the railroads will be paid on that basis
To far Clearwater and its isles of pine, said that, besides the horses that until 1903. or

From beryl seas to seas of opaline will enter from Ocala and adjacent 'v/ i4rtd'
[shine If the weight of mail has: increased:
Those level coasts where helpless sea conchs towns, there will be twenty or thirty
everywhere as it has at Oeala the
Thou driftest on thy way! from distant states. .
roads will receive a considerably -
0 Ibis! Ibis,bird of Hermes bold, The judges of the races will be selected -
The avatar to men from gates of gold larger sum. t
That blesstd all eyes that saw thy wings of old by :Col. Horton and the directors -

SIj thought like thee,hath wiugs. of the Racing Course Association I Any Color of the Rainbow.It .

I follow thee,as cool the shadows fall, of this city and will be gentlemen of was during her trial that the gaveto -
And burn the stars on yon horizon's wall;
well known character in whom perfect the world that information whichwe
+ And Memphtan altars as my thoughts recall
My soul to thee upsprings! confidence may be placed. hope to see some enterprising hairdresser :

I My heart tonight with nature's soul is thrilled, The racing will be under the American turn at once to practical ac (fOfY-. i

As with the fire that priests of Isis racing rules and the entrancefee { ir
filledstilled[ count. The hair of Mrs. Post i is of a tl!

When rose thy wings, and all the world was will be ten per cent unless otherwise golden hue. How the question came
Beneath thy lucent plumes! f
stated and any horse once enter- up we do not know, but some one was

O Ibis. Ibis whence thy silent Bight' fed must run unless excused the The
O'er everglades that only fire-flies light by impolite enough to insinuate that it nan who buys HARDWARE of

[Night judges Betting will be open to all owed its aureate sheen to peroxide of ;
Magnolias languid with their blooms, when
Gathers from far her glooms. bookmakers of good standing. There hydrogen.; :No, so, explained Mrs.
MARION P
I will be running races, harness racing Post, rushing to the defense of hair HflRDWARE COMPANY
O'er mossy !live-oaks,high palmetto shade", I
The cypressed lakelets ot the everglades; II I and coursing or rabbit racing. and mental science in one breath, she

O'er rivers dead,and still pines,colonades, Handsome silver trophies will be had made it that color by thinkingthat
Where sweet the jassamine grows.
given as prizes in these races. it was that color. AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" ;.
Where red blooms flame amid the trailing moss,
Col. Horton the jack rabbit Now let make the mistakeof
says us not
,
And strange unnumbered low lilanas cross, STOVES
AND :
a [floss races must be seen to be appreciated.The the unteachable, and flout Mrs. RANGES
Wild where in their nests of
oraage groves
rabbit is turned loose on the trackin Post. Her hair had been originallydark.
The sun-birds find respose. CHATTANOOGA
i'
front of the grand stand and as It was now yellow. Either PLOWS
But hark 1 what sound upon the stillness breaks?

A rifle shot-a boatman on the lakes, soon as he gets a few;yards the doe is peroxide or much thinking had!
An Ibis'wing above in silver flakesA '
ELLWOOD
white bird downward tails! released, is soon in hot pursuit and changed its color. We have Mrs. FENCING

the race is on. The western jack or word the
Post's that it was concentrated
O Ibis,Ibis of the tropic skies,
For whom the arches of the sunsets rise mule-eared rabbit is about twiee as thought. We have the testi-
God made this world to be thy Paradise A Full Line of Everything
Thy Eden without walls. large as our rabbits and in a race he mony of learned doctors of the Usually Carried in a _-

O Ibis dead,that on the dark lake floats is "it. schools that too much thought will First Class Hardware
Store. L
[boats. _
Too Busy to Make Money. change the blackest hair to gray. _
Whobe dimming eyes see not the sportman's

[gloats, We learn from one of our exchangesthat Why not, then, to yellow? Why SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS TURPENTINE MILL AND .
MINING
O'er whose torn wing some brutal instinctI SUPPLIES.MARIONXHARDW
the late Louis Agassiz refused to balk at a color, hesitate at a shade? .
wonder if in thee > I
lecture for $500 a night because he Let us not be skeptical when it costs
Live not some spirit-so the Egyptian. thought-
[brought. was too busy in his scientific investigations absolutely nothing to believe. Let ; ARE X:COMPANY
Some inner life from life's great Fountain
Something divine from God's goodness caught to make money; the late us not be lawyers, rushing in where

Some immortality? Charles Sumner declined to lecture at paychologfcts i fear to tread, and bay ..: .' ---". --,": ..V. ::.:_'.... J ;, -, -, --":: ', .'. : : .1 '.'- : : :- .-_ : ::"i :iotf.:. . _' : '
Are all these Paradises dead to thee. any price because be said the wholeof smugly that this thing cannot be. '

The cool savanna and the purple sea, .. ,n __. ___ .
his time belonged to the state of I Since it takes less energy to believe I'
The air,thou ocean,where thou wanderest free,
For Sale.
I wonder are they dead Massachusetts; Spurgeon refused to than to collect reasons for disbelief, Farms

Or halt thou yet a spirit life that flies cross the Atlantic and lecture for let us just accep the statement. Stratiss'"Royal "
Like thine own image through the endless skies,
$1000 a night because he said his duty The possibilities for the hair dresserare
And art thou to some new born ParadiseBy No. 1. G5 acre farm all in cultivation -

higher instincts led? required him to work among Lon obvious. Splendid 8 room

Is death, like life,alike to all that live? don's poor; Emerson steadfastly de- And further, what a prismatic vista dwelling in good condition.
Does God to all a double being give?
Do all that breathe eternal life receive? clined to increase his income beyondthe of radiant delight the acceptance of Fine rock well. All' fenced Reserve"Four
with cedar posts. 3} miles iii
Is thought where'er it be, modest sum of $1:OO a ;year be- Mrs. Posts revelation opens up! For
from city on hard road. Price
Immortal the Source from whence it came cause he wanted time to think. if one may think black hair yellow, $600.No. .
O living Ibis in the sunset's flame,
Still flying westward,thou and I,the same Such dories of fine spur haughtiness why not think brown eyes gray? 2. 47 acre' farm 15 acres -

Can answer not-but He? did not seem quixotic to the Does bionde Helen yearn to be bru- under cultivation, 5 room
HEZEKIAU BCTTERWORTH. house. Good pond never
young men in college thirty years nette? Let her concentrate her mind goes Full
Quarts Delivered
dry. 3J miles from city, i 53.50
I A idealism abroad the matter for a couple of hours
Nearly Forfeits His Life. ago. generous was upon mile from hard road. Price.

and it was unashamed. some evening. Why have your light $750. RAUSs' Twelve Full Quarts, Delivered $10.00
A runaway almost ending fatally,
started horrible ulcer on the leg of These men, however, did not obtain coat sent to the dyer? Just think It.. Now is the time to buy. :T I-

J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. For their immortal wreathes black. Are ;you In a black humor? Honest Dealing.F. --e- -

four years it defied all doctors and all until they were called to the Do you have that "dark brown taste?" I

remedies. But Buckliu'a. Arnica tomb of their fathers, and Do you feel blue? Select your colors, W. DITTO, i i, No mark to indicate contents of box
l Halve had do trouble to cure him. Orders tilled same
when many men now living shall and make yourself what pleases ;you. 1 day u received
i Especially good fer burns, bruises, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCERoom

skin eruptions and pile. 25c. at be called to the same mysterious Be every woman her own opal- Ljls
Merchant's Block Ocala.
12 STRAUSS
Anti-Monopoly drug store and Tyd- bourne it will be discovered that they I I I chameleon-rainbow-what you will! -_ .' --- -- STRAU 55.C & CO.

ugs & Co juMr. too were as unselfish and lived up to Let the human race flash, dazzle, A. I HflWKES, Optician, "" M'ltolcsttlt' and Kotnil Liquor Denim,

as high an idealism. The world radiate, shimmer, gleam, scintilate
Allan Holton to be in Ocala on isalwa's Established 1870.Commencing OCALA, FLOKIDA.

March First. full of generous, big heartedmen. through all the colors of the tpoet rum ss sss .

every day. Then shall the most
Mr.Allan Holton. by special
request,
Read Bryan in his interview with brilliant thinker shine indeed Then
has consented to give a benefit in I Brick I Lon
Count Tolstoy. shall the very phosphorus of the fish W. JOHNSON
Ocala March the first at the Armory. --
men eat for brain food gleam visibly ,
John B. Gordon Lime
This Monument Association .
\,. gifted ;young gentleman has -Dealer in- -
upon their foreheads. Take the vires-

already appeaeed before Ocala people Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 21, 1904.To cence of spring time, the warm Hair NEW AND SECOND .
over thirty in HAND
ago
and needs years MACHIUfRlPROPRIETOR
really no introduction
no
the Editor of the Ocala Banner. amber of summer, the crimson of the smallest way, the firm has stead. Cement

recommendation He will give the The John B. Gordon Monument autumn, and the varied, shifting ily and rapidly grown, until now '

beautiful play of Pygmalian and Association (incorporated) has as its hues of winter-as the reasons come HAWKES'EYEGLASSES Hl'ECTACLES have a national AND Laths THE LAKE CITY MACHINE OF-
SHOPS.
Galatea, impersonating all of the Ole object the erection of suitable and go change ;your colors in sympathy reputation, and are used iu every
Characters. towu and city througnout the south. And Locomotives For Sale and Lease.
monument at Atlanta, Ga., to the with the year's moods, as the
These famous glasses are used by the Second Hand Rail Bought and
Self
Those who saw Mr. Holton in David lamented General John B. Gordon, apparent world itself does and creep beat class of people in all communities. Shingles.Office .
They are told only by merchants Three locomotives for sale or lease.
iarrick will remember that he ii
a soldier and statesman.In into closer harmony with nature. For Sale-
of recognized reliability, of whom
master in his art. order to raise the necessary!! funds We said Mrs. Post's discovery there tire now over 11,000 handlingthese One 16x2l Ibe ngine- One 14il6 :Xa*le Engine,
goods: and when it is remem Oge 14x16 Sew York Safety One lOOHP Ball
the of the would be of immediate interest to the Atemle.
newspnp south are here- One 75HP Harris Corliss.
The bCMteh of a pin may cause! the bered that there is only one agent in and Shops One 12x16 Ere Pity.
by requested to open their columns cult tonsorial ; but we have given a town, the wonderful demand for them On"l2HPGasolene. One 50HP. One 20HP
Joss of a limb or even death when can be somewhat appreciated.For nearS. One 150 HP high presture return tublar boiler fine.
for subscriptions and to receive hint we think, of its wider ultimate =
and One 25HP Economic boiler
A
blood poisoning may result from the sale by L. Freight and a lot of other sizes on
publish subscriptions and the namesof possibilities. Let philosophers and DU. WM. AXHEKSOX. hand and other machinery.
injury. All danger of this may be Depot. LAKE CITY, .
subscribers. The association will scientists develop the suggestion. And Never Peddled. FLORIDA
avoided, however, by promptly --------
applying -
also appreciate yonr paper commenting let none be so billiously yellow or of -
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.

It is an anticeptic and, quirk healing on the plan editorially.We such a saffron cynicism as to wish for Jerry Burnett, 8fHCT[ '; !
A
liniment for cuts, bruises and burns. feel sure that you will help us, the delay of that lustrous period when 4g7 f\\ MOMENT.[ t i

For sale by Anti-monopoly Drug and request that ;you at once open earth shall be tenanted with human Merchant

Store. m colmns for halos. Let it come-Post.haste.- Have decided
your subscriptions, and 4" .you on the kind o

Marled Ladies Card Club. send all moneys to E. H. Thornton, Atlanta Journal. Tailoring.Ocala I/f t11 fertilizer you are going to use? It's

of the Seal Loan & ,1 1 t not a question of
president Bank- how
Friday afternoon Mrs. D. \V. Davis Will Make Geed Sheriff much, but

entertained the' Marled Ladies Card I ing Company, Atlanta, Ga., who is Dick's belief is that Mr Allan Rodgers Florida. <, what kind when the best resul t

Club in a very pleasant manner. The I: treasurer of the John B. Gordon of Ocala will make a true and Finest Imported and J&.? can be obtained. You can't make a
; mistake
when
special guests other than the club I Monument Association. Subscriptions faithful sheriff, as he is well versed in Domestic Cloths. & to you use our high grade

Mrs. M. B. Arentz of payable in cash by Nov 1. all fertilizers.
members were of its duties. As a road overseerhe
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Rochester, N. Y., Mrs. B. A. Inglis, I Thanking W L. Calhoun you,, we President are, yours John truly B., filled every point with credit to Guaranteed.fOLEnIlONEYANbTAR. I Highest cash price paid for dry bones

of Madison, and Mrs. A. H. Marsh. Gordon Monument Association, H. L. himself and the county. .Dick can

Mrs. George K. Robinson won the Culberson, W. F. Parkhurst, H. L. testify to that.-Fellowship cor. in : FLORIDA FERTILIZER HFG. COMPANY. ,

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WANTED.-Several industrious persons in TAX A8SESSORS APPOINTMENTS-
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ANOTHER CANDIDATE IN THE FIELD. of International laws. I r- each state to travel for house! established eleven I

\ FOUR' J JArWiE) t The conference l/3tween the secretary years and with a large capital. to caU upon -
A Golden Ruleof merchants and agents for succeestul and profitable I will be at the following plae s to receive
and the ambassador lasted an
\\\'e the line. Permanent engagement. Weekly returns of real and personal property sal
I, atDOUDC today candidacyof hour. This Is regarded here as one Agriculture: cash salary of {24 and all traveling expensesand agricultural reports as the law re uires:
hotel bills advanced in cash each week.
SUNK
Gen. Alleu Tboinia for the position TUMPS!{ i of the cleverest of the many startling Be good to your land and your crop Experience not essential. Mention reference FBRCARY.1904.:

will be good. Plenty of and enclose addressed envelope. The Kendrick Monday i a. m.
of Adjutant general of the elate diplomatic moves that have been made National,3j2 Dearborn street, Chicago. Martin Monday i p. m

troop It gix>* without saving that Rpt>&..Not CoiifLxa-d. Stoiyinacrediteu in connection with tile whole eastern -..........................-...-..........................- Reddick Lowell Tuesd Tuesday y 2 2 a.p.ra.m.
Question. The effect is to place Ja Potashinthefertilizerspellsquality McIntosh Wednesday
&II eLte being equal, he should be NOTICE Central Thursday .
; y Some. pan on a high moral plane for it i? 4 a In.Flemiegton t

given the position. It is the rule all understood this treaty annouanemen4 Fairfield Friday Friday 5 m.a. m,
$ p
Notice of Application tor Tax: Deed--ruder Sec
over the country to bestow such <..ffi.c. A SMALL FCHwE: IS IN KOREA to the world that even if she prevail I '- tion 8, of Chapter 4&S Laws of Florida. Shady Santos Grove Monday Monday S p. at.8 a. m.

In l ,- with Russia. Involving and quantity in the barir.1 .cIJH Belleview Tuesday
: { struggle g.
.. on the solJi rs who served in the vest. Write us and 1i '49' NOTICE 'HEREBY GIVEN THAT Fedro (school houtejWedoesday]
Russia Only Has From Twenty to For. military occupation of Korea Japan we will send you, Clyatt.purchaser Tax Certificates Summerfield Wednesday 10 la a. m.
p. m.
civil war. Apart from iu being their Thousand: fticn rtortn of the Yalu will\ take no advantage of that fact. free, by next mail, the Nos.ist day 870. of 872.July 874 A. D. 1311.1901. and 1792 Na dated 1056, Candler Ocklawaha Thursday ii a. m.

right, the vtrn' experience fits ty but will maintain the independence of our books.money winning .IeJf) dated Aug. 7. 1&/9, has filed said certificates in East Lake Friday Thursday 12 a.tl m.Weirsdale pm.. .
Southward Yet my office and made application for tax deedto
him to meet any emergency. General R..er-i\o Aovanci the hermit kingdom. GER.HAN KAU WORKS, issue in accordance with law. said certificates Linadale (school Friday house up. )m.Saturday 13 u to J-
embrace the described
following
On the other hand, the Russian note fewYork-UttauaSl. prop- Drawdy's Saturday
Allen: Thomas has been a life- Attjii.ptcd. eit,.situated in Marion county. }Florida to-wit: night.
of the violation of Korean orAtluti chains Moss Bluff Monday 15 a. m.
complaining Commmencing 10 north of southwest
bug democrat, aud tins served the St. Petersburg. Feb. 23.-It is officially neutrality by Japan is believed hereto ,(U.-22J4 SoBiwdSl.TELEGRAPHIC corner section 3.1, township 14. range 22 Thence Lynn Electra Tuesday Monday 16 13 a.p.in.GrabamviileTuesday m..
north chains.east
annuunceu trom Port Arthur 5 12 chains north 5 chains
party faithfully and well. Twice In : be Intonied to pave the way for future east 8 chains so.ith 10 chains, west 20 chains to Connor Wednesday 16 p.m.
that four Japanese battle ships ana ot and 17 a. m.
point beginning 14 acres, west thre -
indeed InTolvins Churchill (school house
heavy reclamations. fourths ot southwest of ) Thursday IS a. m.
tendered the northeast
the rlevtorial college Lave been quarter
,
two Japanese transports KerrCity Thursday 18 tn.
: the seizure of Korea and it: quarter except 110 yards north and: south by Eureka Friday p ,S
nomination for congress; chairman sunk in a iresa attack on Port Ar i 220 yards east and west in northwest corner Daisy Fnday 19 a m..
ennfxation for violation of neutralityIn 19 p. tit
section 33 township 14 south, range 22 east. and
of la* executive committee, in the thur. The attack was repulsed.London. i the event that Russia triumps in east half of east half ol northwest quarter of Anthony Ft McCoy Monday Saturday 22S .20 a. m.
southwest quarter and northeast quarter of
black belt of Louisiana: for twelve fleet which the recent struggle. Contrasting the southwest quarter of southwest quarter, and Greenwood parr Tuesday Tuesday 23 a. m. m.
Feb. H.-The 23 p.
south half of northwest ot
quarter
two positions an official here pointsout Citra Wednesday 24 a. m.
ye.it, aid often serving on the committee passfyl Wet Hal Wei today is supposedto southwest quarter of southwest quarterof Orange Springs Thursday 25 a. m
that the attitude of toward section ,
Japan 33 township 14 range; 22, Ocala all of March.
for the state at large he was bave been Admiral Togo's fleet. 15 acres. and lots 14. !5. sub ol northwest -
Korea was very similar to that of thUrited quarter of southeast quarter of section The law requires all returns to be made hI
Port Ar.aur. 4 the first of April. ALFRED AVER.
known well all over Louisiana." otic leaving States to Cuba when the republic BREVITIES. township i5.range 22. 10 acres and northwest 1S Tax Assessor Marion
County.
quarter of northeast quarter of section 33,'town-
.
of the party's moil faithful aud efficient occupied the island with its milItary shio 14. range 22 east. 4o acres. and undivided
Confirmed.
Naval Battle Not one-third interest in lost sub of
G S. Brown
forces: only to withdraw them 4
As the result of Sunday la NOTICE.
workers. He was coiner at the Caee Foo, Feb. 25.-The steamer rows place in Hijuelos Grant 35 33 acres.
and free Cuba after it had rid her of I Brooks! county, one man is dead arc Tne said land being assessed at the date of
United' Hta'ts' mint for six years, Governor ,z ae hi. while passing Port control. the is..uanceor such certificate in the nil me of
Arthur at 1 o'clock this morning Spanish two others are dying from wounds J. N. Choate. WA.Tbomp!>On. and Unknown. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIUT CM.
cooul' at Lt Gu>>yra and minister to ----- received.It I'ntess said certificate shall be redeemed according d by virtue of a final decree enteredin
heard heavy lirir.s in that direction. to law tax deed will issue thereonon the cause ol William Young against Stephen
In to Black Sea Fleet .
Venezuela. The latter government Regard iz announced at Columbus that the 2Qth day of March, A.D. 1904. Spraggms, pending in the Circuit Court of the
There is a ;persistent rumor that several New York. Feb. 25.-Rumors of ne- Witness myo/licialsignature and seal this the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and foe

asked that he should IKJ retained, but Japanese warships have been disabled work on the Birmingham, Columbus 24thday uf February A. D.1004. Marion county. in chancery on the Jjrd day of
rctSaticns among the powers concerned S. T SISTRCNK. December. A. D. 1903 by the.Honorable W. S.
but ='o far it Is unconfirmed. and St. Andrews Bay railroad wil: 26 Clerk Circuit Bullock judge of the above styled the
bhermau, secretary of state, said: the respecting the passage of the Russian 2 : Court Marion Co. }o la. court
Another steamer sirg Dalny at begin in the next thirty days. I undersigned special master in chancery. appointed -
pa
Black Sea fleet through the Daraeii"ii therein to execute said final decree,
place. was irowtt'd.When .. .. .
Atlanta took the honors in the NOTICE OF
-- I"S are declared oy tne ram cor- : gymnasium MASTER'S SALE. u ill, ox Monday lie Uh lay of March -DJV4,

war was, deuUred in 1S61! rl' T.r.dent of The Times to be un contests at the Young Men's between the hours of II o'clock a.m.and j
o'clock p. m. ol faid da)'. in front of the south
Governor Mx>re, of Louisiana up- foi;dd. The disturbance of the in. Christian Association state convention NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN HAT CN- door cf the court house in ocala Marion coun
bv virtue of a final decree in the Florida, at for
in A'igusta. Macon nearly tied ty. public outcry offer tale and
pointed him organize the r<><)pI of ternatioral: equilibrium which it might circuit court of Marion county Florida rendered will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash

and probably would entail the dispatch the victorious team. February n 1904. in certain cause wherein the mortgaged premises in said final decree
western Louisiana. Succeeding in MARGARET j, SPENCER and EDWIN described follows, to-wit: The east half ol
continues can hardly be a matter An affray: at Greenville Fla., result SPENCER are complainants and ALBERT the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter

thi, after sending large uuruoers to of indifference to other powers ben'.des fOrt in time dt>th of P. E. Griffin while DAVENPORT et al defendants, the undersigned of section n.township 15 south of range 21 eat,
special master will on also northeast quarter ol section 24.township ,
17
the fiiel I I, joined the army as H private England. L. P Mavlly and James Harrell are fa A/on Jay, the 4th day of April, /join /, south of range 10.all in Marion county, Florida

There is not a particle of evidenceto tally wounded. front of the house or so much thereof as may be necessary to MUfefy
rioou after, being selected us court door in the city of said final decree and costs ot suit

Justify the supposition that the sym Before voting for the ratificationof Ocala within the legal hours of sale sell to the CARLOS 1.. SIS i Rl'XK.
maJor, bis promotion followed rapid- / highest bidder for cash the mortgaged premises ALLEED & DAVIS. Speciall\.laster in Chancery
'ii
pathy of the French for their Russian the canal treaty Senator Bacon explained therein described to-wit: The east half of lot Solicitors for Complainant. I 22

ly. allies in any way has affected the Anglo that he did &o in obedience" 3. of block 78, old survey city of Ocala. Sold to
satisfy said decree and
Among other notices of General ; .French entente cordiale. The relations ro the wishes of his constituents. costsW.. W. CLYATT. NOTICEof

Thomas iu the Coufeder&l Military between the two countries areas Br the will of the late Senator Hanna :z :** Special Master

satisfactory: as before the outbreakof an estate valued at 3000000. is Application for Tax Deed Coder Section of

History edited by Gen. Clement A. the war. concludes the correspon. left to his family. There are n ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Chapter 4SS9, Laws of Florida,

Evans, of Georgia, aud written by dent On this channel it unquestionably public bequests. -- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEV THAT Chat.
purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
dlttinguUhed men of the outb, Is tho general wish that the good The United States senate ratifler NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDI- 2115. dated the 7th day of August A. U.

nnd -tandiaz continue and that neither all persons having claims againstthe iSyj; and city tax certificate No. 23. Nit ol
page 319, "01. Ill,) ii the folio iu!; : / thp treaty with Panama without estate of SlaryE. Hick. deceased, to pre Sept. 3rd. 1900 has filed said certificates
France nor England become Involved amcptlment for a canal across the sent same withiu two rears or they will be barred. iu my office, and has made application
kt4? This February 23rd I for tax deed to in
1904 accordance with
"When r\heruliullitt"lUl'tt'll to take issue law,
in the in the Far East.
war isthmus! of Panama by .a vote of (Ito W. W. CLYATT. said certificates embrace the following described 4

Vickkburg, resulliiK in the famous 14. 2 2S bt Administrator. ulorjda.t.o-wit-property situated in Marion county,

battle of Cuicta"nw lUyou, iu that Russia Sends Troops to Port Arthur. Senator Kittredge, of South Da!,G southwest quarter of southwest quarter MO-
HORACE KEWTOX AU.EX. New York. Fab. 25.-Trains of 12 NOTICE. trod 30.township 16. range n. and commencing
Victorious defensive eo"ulj.it, Geueral ta. a member of the irter-oceanic cum: 2.05 chains east of northeast corner of lot 3*
(car. each with 80 soldiers aboard. Caldwell's a.l Ocala thence east .
2 69 chains outn
: time the Goveneur dittee! immediately! after the ram::
of about the same 3.38 chains west 2.69 chains north chain
Thomas ou the llh! in command arp row arriving frequently at Port Notice of for 3 3
Jaeshi was oJ Port Arthur, reports ti"n of the canal treaty, introduced Application Tax Deed Coder Section The said land being assessed at the date of the
a brigade cou<*Uun of the Texas Arthur according to a Herald dispatch i ",',' 6.Chapter 45SS. Laws of Florida.JOTICK issuance of such certificates in the name of
for tM
bl to temporary
that she heard no firing. from Chee Foo. rrovMe r IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT DOl Ellen Williams and Estate ol Charles Wood

twenty eiitblh Lnui-i&iu! forty-sec Thirteen warships: are said to have crnment of the Pasataa canal tern! memco Pasetto. purchaser of Tax Certificate ward. Cnless said certificate shall be redeemed
Reinforcements! are being pushed according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon
No 879. dated 2nd day of July. A. D.
\Vei Hai Wei today, heading tory and fie protectica of the cans: the 1st of March.A.
day D.I9'4.
passer
ond Ml' !is-lppi, foriy-secoud Georgia fnr-vp.rd to the Yalu river from the 1894 has bled said certificate in rar office and
east. Therewere sixteen ships In work and for other purposes connecter : i has made application for tax: deed to issue in Witness my omcial signature and seal thU
and thlrty-tirsi AUbiiui wa ordered station' at Liao Cheng. : accordance with law Said certificate embracesthe the 25th day 01 January.A.D 1904.
? with the construction of the cani;
the original fleet. following described situated in S. T SIVTRCNK.
property
federals The railway administration has placed i 29 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
to move to a polatvnerf tue I Th opinion prevails at BerMn th, Martin county, Honda to-wit:
?
two trains. each of 18 cars stationary Commencing 410 feet north of southeast cor-
were attemp.lug t<> build a poniou.ThU Report Discredited at Washington. U Dalny to remove to th war between Turkey and Bulgaria i por of northwest quarter section 15 township ---
IS.range 2k, thence south 879)4) feet west 306 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Tbe
Feb. 25.- Japanese
!
operation hi cht-ck"d with ptrl \\03hington rortu the hospitals. the officials and Imminent. feet north 8u> feet north 70 feet jo\ "est to

legation here discredits: the reports ol Russia has addressed a note to th point. of beginning
of hi* command and with the reiaInder north the hospitals. the officials and The said land being assessed at the date of Department of the Interior, Land Omc ,at
tne sinking! of four Japanese warshipsand the workmen. should the Japanese powers' complaining that Japan lia- the issuance of such certificate in the name Gaiues\'illeI'la.,Jan.fS, 1904.

defeated a federal assault two transports at Port Arthur. bombard. violated the laws of nations In its actioc of Unless t'nknown.aid certificates shall be redeemed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THR

ou tbe dau011\ the next day, commanding Attention is called to the tact that Mines! have been laid at Dalny. ib regard to Korea.In according to law tax deed will issue thereonthe settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support ol his
his regiment still on the both of the reports emanate from Russian mll,-s from the shore. the house of commons Tuesday\ Witness 19th day my of official March.signature A. D. 1904.and seal this the claim, and that said proof will be made before

sources and therefore should be 13 day of February, A. D 19':14.S. : clerk circuit court at Ocala, Fla.. on
Neutral vessels which arrived after of the
federal bide of the bayou, he fought with caution. Furthermore. Mr. Prettyman. secretary e. T. SISTRUNK. March 5A.jol.,
accepted the hostilities began experienced great miralty announced that the 11)1'm z 19 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. viz: Elijah L. Ferguson of Blitchtou, FU, Hd.
for blx aud one h.lf hour.-, now being the reference to the participation of difficulty In clearing from that port. nt had bought the two Chilean b..tt'.PEhips J S2Z. for the south half ot northwest quarter

pushed back by the superior the Uetxltzan In the fighting and the The captain of the boats were not 8' ; recently built in Great Brit NOTICIIIO STOCKHOLDERS.Notice section He names 30 township the following 13 south witnesses range 20 to eaU to prove

reported sinking of transports, are his continuous residence upon and cultivation
number of the enemy, and now lowed to command their vessels untUthpy ain. of said land. viz:

both regarded as casting suspicion on had entirely passed the mines, Dr. S. H Blitch. Wiley J. Willis George U.
driving them back, and learning the story. The Retxizan Is understood the Governor Terre l Delivers Address of is hereby given that the annual meet- Richard and John W. Coulter, all of Blitchtou.Fla. .
D'nl officers piloting.
doing
ing of the stockholders of the Ocala Water W. C. ROBINSON
I
after the battle was over that he had to be in a condliton unfit for battle Welcome. 1-29 Register.
will be held in the of Ocala
first meetingin Company city ou
Atlanta. lo'e!}. 2t.-The
with his for many month while the presenceof CHINESE MAINTAIN ORDER. the
fought Blair'* forigaae one Saturday nth day of March. 1904.
with the National Kfluca-
connection
transports at Port Arthur cannot U.t. ANDERSON, CENTRAL SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
regiment and inflicted a loss of 400 tional association convention was that
explained In view of the reported Imperial Trotns on Way to Guard the J. A. CMPBELL I'resident. 5- -

live General Stephen I.). Lee, commanding statements! that Japan did not intend Great Wall. of the National Society for the Scientific : Secretary i ujt WE THE t'iDERSIGNEDC1TlZE

of Education which was tax of the described
Study payers following
Confederate forces ta land troops on the Llao Tung peninsula
the now Now York.: Feb. 23.: -Quiet continuesat territory will onFin1
held in the convention hall of the Piea- REDDICK AND FAIRFIELD SPECIAL .
JJniidafiu 3/arrA
at this stage. and the transports -
dispatch to The
a
withdrew across the bayou. On the2th Peking. says mont hotel at 4 o'clock yesterday ; I present to the board of public instructivn of
could be there for no other rea Chinese SCHOOL DISTRICT. this
Times from the capital.Th Marion county, Flunda petition asking the
berman m' de desperate assault son. The official advices have reached maintaining order ternoon. said board to call an election lor the purpose of
Chinese are This meeting was attended by n I creating a special tax school district to be
bopm< to gain the blull"ou the legation regarding the matter. well. Ttey have covered the provo |t'E. TilE UNDERSIGNED QUALIFED known as he Central special Tax School District -
great many early comers to the convention voters. who pay a tax on real or personal the above said district to include the following -
which General Lee was posted. Here inco with proclamations enjoining t, and the discussion was participated property. will on described territory: Commencing at
Seoul Feb. :24.! -The Russians are preservation o' tranquility.Manifestos Iliefirft Voutlay in March i'4, nonheis' corner of sections, township 12. rang
:
*<;aiu (teller*! Thorn and bis rl'iWt'ht I in by a number of prominent 20 on Alachua county line Running west to the
communication between this to the Board of Public Instruction
k" rpiiig Wiju of the czar evoke lit present petition
: I Levy county line. fheace south along Levy
educators. Dr. Wilbur S. JacKso.i. of :Marion Florida the
were diitiugui.-heJ\ lu repelling Otherwise county. asking line to south boundry of Arredondo
I county
Korea.
i and !ju open. the Chinese.
I IIII tl? sympathy among University said board to call an election for the PUJrObC of
dean of the school of education, Grant line IhenCleasttosouthe..t corner ol
a tlauk attack made by a |>oitlou <>f ) advance to the southward has yet I General Yuan Shih Kai (viceroy ol creating a Special Tax School District to be de- section 20 township 12.range 20. Thence notth
of Chicago: and president c: scrihed 89 follows: All of township 13 south.
federal foice. Xo officer wa been made. Russian spies, howevera'e Chi Li and minister of commerce) has I range 21 ea-t.except w t.halfof section 5 and to point of Itcgiuums;
the I the society, presided at the meetingSIlaI4Ir : R D Zetrouer. J. R Zetrouer. J. F. Bruton.
half of and all oT 6
the section
reported to be in the vicinity of asked: permission to send Colonel Mun. east 23 sections: H. M. bherou, J. S. Lmnniiip. J C. Zttrouer,
commended more highly in the ret and 24.: and secs i. 2. II, 12. 13. 14. 23 and 24 oft B I Simmons V. P Smith C. :M. Smith. L. M.
Pir.g Yang. the. a Norwegian long i in_his serviceto I the ct\ wa-hip 13 south range 20 east. Mnith. W. T. Tajlcr J. F. ili'gau, D. K. Dunu,
Call is iu t.I:1)iutl
A. D. I. Dodd D. B. Matthews. R.
; raid Col. Jooes. Q.
who
ort of General Lie, bi attached to the Russian forces I __ J L. Beck. as
\\ngue.. A. B. Yon?ue. A M. .Matthews w.
Allen Thomas exhl'-ited gleat gallan- National: Loan Readily Covered. awl report progress of the campaign. I will be bre tomorrow. L. Godwin. WI,.. C. )Murphy.: S Smith A. J. --- -
-- -- -- NOTICE
McClochl'Q R. C. F. :
A.M. Cook ouDge. '
his did fpleu- Tokio Feb. 24.-According to the Admiral Alexieff consented and Colo- Dupuis. W. A Vongue. J B. Yongue. A G. -- -
witu regiment
and Bo\RD OF PCT.tlC
FOR Sl'PERIXTtSDEST: OK
try, :
of local the national Yontfue A.B Rou E. Yongue,H G. .
reports banks: nt'l Munthe has started on his jour. i. Yongue.A. Application for Tax Deed t'uder Section I
did wrvke. Krmaiuiug in Vicksburg ISSTRl.CTIOSThrough: : the columns ol the \V. Yorgup. J. A. Thomas. G D. Kou. W.
loan of 100,000.000 yen ($19,800,000) ney. Banner I ask the support\ : of the citizens of LtrerttS. I. McAteer.G. }1. Malt,SW.Yongue, of Chapter 4S8S.Laws of Florida.

he served in the siege of May has teen covered nearly four times -- Marion county for the nomination of county jr.. S. W. Yougue. ar.. L E Scott. U. H. Scott, VJOTICEIS HEREBY; GIVEN THAT C. J.
I. H. Carter. James BracewtlL. H. Sherouse, 1 McCrauey. puiLbaset of tax certificate
and June, l!>ti3, in command of ukreginivut. The Intense patriotism of all classesi 30,000 Japanese Landed. Superintendent cf Pub ic Instruction. I wishto T. J. Davison. J. :SI Robinson. C.1Carn, B. No. 2212. dated the 51 h day of Apnl. A.D,
evidenced: by the fact that even ser Shanghai, Feb. :24.! -The Japanese I thank them for pait favors and if re electedI i Wilson.. R. A Boyd. B. S. Dam by, W. II. 1802, has filed aid certificate in my office and
and greatly distinguish'rd. Bishop. S. L. Fritz, J. W. Wilson J. C Uupree has made application for tax deed to issue ia
was! eftcrt to the schools
vails and laborers are contributing landed at Chemulpo) Korea shall make army corps I J N Sheely.W. D Bobbin. J. 1'01. Sherouse, B. accordance with law. Said certificate embrace

When (Jen. Camille J. 1'oliuack from their savings. According to the totalling about :20.000: men has along all lines. Re.p ctlully. P Hall L M. Sherouse, IV. M. Sherouse. W. S. the following described property situated in
W. D. CARS stoumar", U. I'. Billingsley, Z. A. McClacon. Marion county,Flonda, to-wit:
went to Europe Colonel Thomas was S">oul correspondent of the NichiN'irhl already been deployed between Seoul Isoin Johnson J. J. Meitows. CV.. L Den- I Southeast quarter of southeast quarter of
-- ham. W. F. Pullman, J H! Billmesley; V. S. section township it, range '5.
pro-Russian intregues are being and Ping Yang. The advance guards
In chance of his division ami (.'en. Anthony. R. W. McAnley E. D. Rou. R. N I The said land being assessed at the date of
carried on there under the active leadership are even northward of the lattei Pure Eden Johnson R. M. Fife. L S. Light. Jake Leitner. I the uruince ot such certificate in the name of
him SEED \V. p. Wood,1' B. Livingston. S M. McCeehee I said certificate shall
tfmith proaouuced an Unknown. Cnless
Kirby of Yi Yon Gik former ministerof place.: Owing to the partial thaw the I Melon W. S. Davenport J. II. Hendoix. D. S. Grover. i iJ be redeemed according to law. tax deed will

ablt* division commander." war. The correspondent avers that roads are bad and the transportation :. C.Gladney. J. E. Spencer. W. M. Shockley. ,' issue thereon on tbe 8th day of March A. D. -;

( ea. Thorna moved to Florida in tha intriguers meet at night at the of provisions and war munitions is : Hi we for ale" a large lot of Pure Geo. M.Ix>ng. I 5 1904 Witness my official signature and seal this the

. French legation. Their object is, hesI.s. mcst difficult. Eilfii Melon Se-(l. All these seeds and day of February, A.D. 19114.
1* S9 for his wife's, health, and has ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS S. T. SISTRCNK
to get the emperor to remove were raided iu youth Carolina and are 25 Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. FU,

beta here since, save while serving w'th his court to Chyun Chyon, 5f< England Takes no Part. of purest strain. Address I 8 S. -

the country at Venezuela. One of miles! to the eastward of Seoul. london, Feb. :25.! -The under forelgu W. n. WAIEKIIV, OTICE

Sir Percy, replying tc
secretary,
the youngest officers of rank iu the App.lhlD?. C.I IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED-
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Tokio. Feb. 25.-Reliable reports i a question in the house of commons legatees, distributees and all persons OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK

Confederate service, he is still strong from northern Korea indicate that thr today said the consul general at having claims or demands against theestate_ of Jenderugued.. as executor and executrix,
Edwards. deceased to the
Joun F. present respectively the estate of John F. Dunn, deceased
aud hale. Russians have not yet crossed thiYalu Shanghai had taken no part whatever same within two years 01 they will be barred. will on<urdtJ"

The Times knows that many of the river. Their scouts nave, It In the demand made for the withdrawal this the 3rd day of DOLLY February.C. EDWARDS.1904. the id tltiy of Julu. A. If. II>>&.

In rumored, penetrated into the coun of the Russian gunboat ilandjui 2 5 6t Administratrix apply to the county judge of Marion count,
General Thomas have teen Flonda. at Ocala. Fla. for the purpose of making
friendof try scuth of Wiju but the main force from Shanghai, as reported in some --- --- - -- -- -- final settlement their account and for

p urging him to make the race for tbe utiil remains north of the river. Pnroppan newspaper. NOTICE OF APPLICATION HOR FINAL final discharge. H. G, DUNN.

and he eulew TV: Japanese seem to be confident SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. W. A. StOCKER
place for eouie time past, Kcrea Guaranteed Independence. Executor
that the Russians .
are unable to assemble -
auspicious Washington. Feb. ALICE E. LAw
the Held under most a sufficient force to attempt a 25.SecretarHay TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 12-25 Executrix.
has received information thai IN undersigned executor ot the last will and
circumstances. We have always contended movement into Kort The
a. Russian
testament of JOHN A. COLE. deceased. will on
Japan has
negotiated a treaty with NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE.
that this! place by rteht belonged etrergth north of the Yalu river Korea whereby she the i&th dan of Fet-ua, A. D.1904.

.variously estimated from 20,000 to 40- guarantee, the independence make *nal settlement of his accounts and applyfor
to Confedera'e Veterans and of Korea. fib -tischarge. Such final settlement aDd N THE 4TH DAY OF ACGCST. 1904. THE
000 men. applicat ,. to be made to the county Judge ol 0 undersigned will present her accounts and
there ia none more worthy or better Conductor John Frazer Killed. Marion cc. 'y,at Ocala. Florida vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge
S 2? 6m J. M. LIDDKU. and ask tot a final settlement and discharge ..
equipped for it than General Thomas RUSSIAN PROTEST Cedartown, Ga.. Feb. 25.-Conductot D. MILLER.: administratrix of the estat- of Julia r. John

John Frazer, a popular Central railway u son, deceased,this 4th day of February, 1904.
At the head of the Florida troops ""- FRANCES A. HOWSE.

soldier. Against Japanese Claims They Have man, was instantly killed nea FOR \LE.-A good farm horse and 2 5 tern 6m Adminutmrlx.SfudyatHomeSSSS.

there should be a southern Violated Ir.ternational Laws. Summerville by falling between cat I wgn aud 15 bushels of seed pinders.

Tampa Daily limes. Washington Feb. 25.-Promptly at and being run over. The remain Watch the I o't.II'I 207 X rib Magnolia Street, A. Y.

noon today Count Cassinl. the Russian were brought to Cedartown for inter
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Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Reed, of Valdosta ambassador handed Secretary Hay ment. He had been railroading foi Wore td. Next Wtek. Struuk, Ocala, earl__ With the Tablet Heas Study UwmroiMWMC

I lea,. fcoae or cmflamcM t*ICM 8ou&klqltac.AHiiaalc.Algetn .
Ga'i are visiting Mrs. Reed's Russia's communication to the powers 20 years and his: oldest son was kit.I I Medicated Salt Brick for Mock.Oe&laSeed .Geometry,GnMit.KJwtucic, Lmnuif. HiMvy.rt .

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