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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: March 4, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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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.
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VOL. XXXVII, NO 34 OUALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH, 1904 DOLLAR YEAR



!!rlrllrlrlrllrlrlrllrllrlrlrl'r'lr"rlir"rllr"rl'r"r"r"r"rfO ! " A PRETTY RECEPTION I At The Race Track. City Solons in Session. I A .

II. In company with Col. V.H. Horton, Tbe city council was in regular session I

a representative of this paper visited Tuesday nignt. II
| Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap 1St Mrs Harris and the Misses Harris I Customer z
the race track Wednesday and sw After auditing quite a number of

r: Is good with any water, but is pecially, :ti:: at Home Tuesday Afternoon. the preparations that are going on bills, the chairman of the street com- Says:

=SI= adapted for Hard Water. lOc or 3 for:5ee -I 'the spring season was ushered in there for the big races which begin mittee was notified to have side G

-- Tuesday afternoon with a very March the eight and continues for five walk placed down in front of the 4t

---- :.ati.: --y- pretty reception given by Mrs. Frank daj s. property of Dr. O. Grothe and have / feel safe when YOll

o.- ':: J The stables have been enlarged and the same the I Ii
charged
e.- -- i Harris, Miss Harris and Miss! Violet against property i have my money, because I
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twenty horses have already arrived as provided by the ordinances.
== Harris i u honor of their charming know must be
e. I and we in training: for the races. Ordinance was also adopted requiring safe before ,
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I' -1-- guest; Miss Cornelia Ahlum, of Col. Horton says the stables and the S. A. L. railway to keep a I can get any. of :yours

teSJ. \ Mobile, Ala., and Mrs. M. B. Arentz,
.r '.! the track are as good as he has seen flagman at the North Magnolia street Some might grumble at
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N. Y. who is the
t of Rochester, guestof
i deal better
i B anywhere and a great crossing from 7 o'clock a. m. until 7

.- I Mrs R. A. Burford. than the: average. a'clock p. m. your 'being ,strict, but I
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-r I -Jr Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Mrs. The following are the names ages Seven of the nine members of the think it is commendable"

-- I ---- Mallory Liddon were receiving in aDd owners of some of the horses that I council were present.

e.I- 1 the hall. The firmer was beautiful
t J- will take part in the races next t
-- m a white embroidered dress! and the week Colds are Dangerous. .f
I Ja :
I : latter in a white lace dress. Jack McGinn and How often you hear it remarked : Munroei& Chambliss
1 Handorgan, one "It's only a cold,"and a few days: later ,i I ,
I IPOSTOFFICE STORE. .
DRUG
Mrs. Harris black
[ wore a net
: ;: gown five and the other four years old, learn that the man is on his back

Prescriptions receive careful attention. 'I :-:: and wore red rose Mrs. Arentz was belonging to Harry Kelly, of Savan- with pneumonia. This is such common Bankers,

=-= ---- .------- -- in white cloth and wore pink roses nah. occurrence that a cold, however
OCALA, FLORIDA.
a- Miss Ahlum looked very lovely in a slight, should not be diire! erded. .
Declaimer and Miss Horlon each
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11111111111II111111111111111111UII UUUUUUjUjUjU' , decollete white Japanese silk dress Cbamberlaic'a Cough Remedy counteracts -
five years old belonging to Earl
.. any tendency towards pneu McIVER and .U.ACKAl
trimmed with spangles with which
Horton, of Atlanta. monia. It always cures and is pleasant

V' she wore an immense bouquet of PrentUs Young, Harry Duke, Bessie to take. Sold by all druggists aud '

violets. Miss Harris wore white bilk I I medicine dealers. m
Arnold and Judge Pettus, all five
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE tissue and Miss Violet Harris I
gown .
13 ears old, belonging to J. P. Matchett, Still Another Big Sale. !
was pale blue silk tissue, decollete.
Cisne, Illinois. Information was received in this
LANDS.If The other ladies in the
receiving Doublet Roy, Genevive and Singing city Tuesday of the sale of the big iFUNERALDIRECTORS.

party were Mrs Berry Hiss, of Or- Nymph belonging to W. B. Conoly
turpentine farm of Messrs. F. and
N. J., in white over yellow I
ange, ; of Euville, Fla. JiOuisLangat Daisy. .

Miss Jessie Xurney, of Suffolk, Va., Miranda, belonging to John R. This valuable : -I-
have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or property was sold to
you I
royalty communicate with him. who wore pale gray crepe de cheue; Martin. Ocala. Messrs. Peterson and Company, of Have a full stock of Comas Caskets:
lease
on
Miss Annie Surney, of Suffolk, in a El Rica, belonging to J. R. Blackin- Gainesville, and tbe purchase price is I and Burial Outfits. Special given to \

white lace gown ; Miss Hattie Rosen- eton, Ocala.Grace put at the modest price of $60,000. I 1.1) t'I\ tH.

baum, of Pitteburg Pa., in white
tianton and Gladhain! be- Marion property is meeting with I Embalming to Order

Office next to Dr. Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. crepe de chem, Miss Christian Cook, lougiug to E. Sanderson, of Charles.tozb quick sales at big figures'

of Broobsville, in white voile; Miss I
r Well Again.
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Carrie Bailey, of Mouiicello, in white Expectation, jr., and Richard A The many 'riends of John Blojnt RESIDENCE FOR{ SALE

china silk, and Miss Adeliade belonging to Richard Abrams. will he pleased to learn that be has i

SARA ELIZABETH HASS1S, Local Editor I The Misses Siuclair, and their guest Hughes, of Trenton, S. C., in white Myrtle Rt>elougiiig to Staudly and entirely recovered from his attack of I

: Miss RaYlor, of South Carolina, returned point de sere over red silk. Ray, of Ocala. rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain II I offer for wile my r..I..lu.e

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mrs. Tuesday from Candler loaded The back hall had been convertedinto Balm cured him after tbe best doctors near the M-hooI house,
mley, belonging to Geo. K.
the town Monou Ind. had
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down with fragrant orange blossom a Japanese room by the use! of in Ocala containing 10 room
Robinson of Ocala. failed to give relief. The prompt relief -I
Wallace of Candles, is visitingin large Japanese umbrella and lan bathroom and kitchen HOUNCi
from which this liniment
Dr. W. H. Powers was at Island :bo.uc:: of these horses are trotters, pain
the city. terns Immediately the punchtable and affords is alone worth many times the in excellent condition and
Grove Tuesday: having been called some runners Home pacers and
was a Japanese umbrella. cost. For sale by all druggists and ': fitted with electric light
there to amputate an arm of some soar have already won spurs on
beans
WASTED-To velvet ,
buy
J mad icme dealers. m | throughout. Half caxli, hal-
from it lanterns
Hanging were lighted !,
peanuts. Ocala Seed Store. 12 4 tf unfortunate victim whose name WH various race courses in different partsof '
which cast a pretty light over the Accident Silver Springs. | once on easy terms. Title per
could nut It'arn.Hampton the country.
'"': Hon. Newton Butch, inspector of many beautiful women as they were The meet at St. Augustine and at The Messrs. June, father and son, feet. DAVID S. WOODKOW.lloom .

convicts, is.in tbe city. Chambers came down served to, fruit punch by Mrs. C. C. Jacksonville attracted thousands of while babbiting a shaft at Lester's 12, PoMofllce Iliock.cost .

Sunday from the East Florida Seminary Todd and Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb. Mrs. mill, last Saturday happened to a
, Col. J. H. Livingston has gone to visitors aud was in every way a success .
at Gainesville to spend a week Todd wore black silk and Mrs. Gott. of painful accident. In some way some ,I ;.,.
and those in the
Jacksonville on a business visit. charge ar'l I
. i i I with his parents, Mr. and Mis. H. S. lieb's dress was lavender and purple rangeuieuta now in progress here water got into the shaft and as the :j (r?

Mrs. Reese Hunnicut has returned j i I Chamber silk.Mrs. very sanguine that the racing will i molten had came in contact wjth the "-' b' 1 & 4v&N

from a visit to relatives iu Atlanta. Queen Anne Hair Tonic cures E. L. Carney invited the visItors at'ract large numbers and will be as i water it produced. explosion and tom'.

from the hall into the dining the hot lead struck both gi.atlemeu in
Mrs. Bostwick, of Duunellon, is dandruff aud sores on the head; stops successful as it was in Jacksonville

among the guests at the Montezuma. the falling\ out of the hair and pro. room. Mrs. Carney was gowned in and the Ancient City. It will be the the face, almost blifiding one at d Seeds

mo.fsa luxuriant growth. Tydings white organdie.A severely burning both. Dr. Powerswas cost n>' !e-yi U more*.
of the kind that has
biggest thing } saveaileipcrinentlng-
Edison and his entire family are I I I & Company drug store. quantity of bamboo, dogwoodand called and administered soothing o .y saved".appotntmeate 4!
ever taken place in the interior of veirs Uw Standard&ec at their winter home at Fort mine used in the lotions to their woundsFOLEYOYTAi! old by *ii!l dealers toe{
now I yellow jass was
I Dee citizen of '-9l
Mr. a prominent Florida. ; ;d Annual pcstpilj free,
Myers. and friend of Dr. H. decoraiions of all the rooms and a -- 't ill ipDilcsnts.L. .
Philadelphia a The stables are in charge of Mr. L3. FERRY & CO.,

i Dr. H.C. Howard, of Cbampagne, C. Dozier, has been spending severaldays number of potted plants were/also George Sprague, trainer from Elmira, forcIUd'"re.. AI. .,0.4...... Detroit. Loch.e..

.1 III., is visiting his sou, Mr. E. M. m Ocala and was delighted with used. N. Y., who has been iu charge of the .

Howard In the dining room the mantel was
his visit. Ocala stables since last July.A .
4 1 banked with purple and blue violets
; Mr. Norton Edwards, of Savannah, Col. D. C. W. Smith, who lisa! been
against a back ground of green and Watchword of Women. STRAUSS & CO.
[ is visiting his father, Mr. Judson inspecting his property in Leesburg
on the table pink roses were used and Modesty is woman's watchword. ,
Edwards. and other places, returned Tuesday
delicate
I Whatever threatens her sense
the candles shaded with
If were pink.
. ;,Jr I and we hope will le with us for some of modesty, frightens her. :For this OCALA FLORIDA,
Messrs. Edward and bidney: Hiller Misses Louise Harris, Millie Nur-
days.If i reason man] a. woman permits dis-

returned Wednesday from a short I I I it is a bilious attack, Uke.Cham ney, Louise! Scott, Eloise Miller and eases of the delicate womanly organsto i Wholesale aid) Retail Liquor Dealers.STRAUSS' .

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business trip to Gainesville.Mr. Loulou Moody served in the dining become aggravated because she
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets I
room. connot bring herself to submit to the
Bob Saunders, the livest man and a quick result is certain. For ordeal of
unpleasant questionings,
sale by all druggists and medicine On leaving the dining room the
in Dunnellon, was numbered among offensive examinations, and obnoxious
dealers. m guests went into theliving room whichwas
the recent visitors te Ocala. --- -- local treatments, which some
Mrs Anna Harrell and little son, decorated with bamboo And yellow physicians find necessary. Doubtless

Tydlngs Cough Syrup is a speedy who have been spending the winterin jessamine. In this room Prof. thousands of the women who have

and certain cure for coughs, colds, Ocala ith Mrs. Harrell's sister-in- Goodsell, violinist, and Prof. Fishel, taken advantage of Dr. Pierce's offer I

etc. Try a bottle. Tydings & Co. of free consultation by letter, have
played most exquisitely all
pianist
law, Mrs. Clarence Camp, left Fridayfor
been led to doso by the escape thus of.

Misa: Christian Cook,of Brooksville, their home in Baltimore, Md. during the afternoon. fered from a treatment repugnant to I IX L

is in Ocala and will be the guest of The day was an that could be desired -' modesty. Any sick woman may

ors Lee Miller for several weeks. iJr. C. J. Thatcher, who has been in about one hundred and twenty write to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, X.Y., in

Ocala for some months has returned five ladies called during the hours perfect confidence; all letters being
IEO I STEED
Mr. T. H Moore, of (Sampson City, to his home in Pennsylvania. Dr. from three to six o'clock. treated as strictly private and sacredly [ ]

is the new mailing clerk at the post- Thatcher has been acting as chemistfor confidential, and all answers being
sent in plain envelopes with no advertising .
olBce, vice Mr. Festus W. Biggs, re- the Camp Phosphate Company Tragedy Averted. them. Dr. BALTIMORE RYE
or printing upon
"Justin the nick of time our little _
signed. during his stay here. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has
boy was saved,1'writes Mrs.V..

Mrs. J. M. Barco went to Dunnellon Mrs. William A. Collier, of Tuscaloosa Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio. been long" hailed It makes as a weak"God send women to FIVE YEARS OLD.POURDelivered .
women.
to visit her mother, Mrs. "Pneumonia V ad played sad havoc
Tuesday Ala., formerly Miss Hattye Mae strong: and sick women well. "Fav
with him and a terrible cough had
1 Turner, who had an attack of paraly- Porter, of this city, arrived Friday orite Prescription" coutains no alcohol
set in besides. Doctors treated him,
sis Sunday. afternoon and will be the guest of he grew worse every day. At lengthwe neither opium, cocaine or other -

her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. tried Dr. King's New Discoveryfor narcotic.
Edw. Helder left Tuesday fora
Mr. Porter for a month.Mr. consumption, and our darlingwas At the Armory.
Brief visit to Cincinnati. Durisg saved. He's now sound, and
Allen Holten delignted those that
his abbence Mrs. Holder will remainin and Mrs. D. C. Warner aad well." Everybody ought to know, :: $2.90
attended his performance at the
Ocala a guest of the Ocala House. chldren left Monday for Gainesvilleto it's the only sure cure for coughs,
colds and all lung diseases. Guaran armory Tuesday night.He .
reside permanently. Mr. Warner's
Finzel who came up for teed by Anti-monopoly Drug Store is At and the Ocala people are Bottles, 8
C.
Mr. A. $
headquarters have been in Ocala for mMiss = 12 .5 0
Holton at the and Tydings & Co. more in love with him than ever. Deliver'd
the Allan performance
the past two years and during that .
Armory Tuesday night, returned to Cornelia Ahlum, of Mobile, Very pretty young ladies acted as
time have made many friends here
1 Lake Wair Wednesday. who has been tbe guest of Miss Lucile ushers; Miss:: Mildred Nurney sang
j ,. who regret their departure. During -- .
Ansley, has gone to Ocala. Miss sweetly; Mrs. Mclver played a piano
is the best their stay in Ocala they resided at the
Turkeween 011 Liniment I
Ablum is one of the most charming solo and Mr. Fenzel also delighted the ; w;
on earth for sprains, bruises and Montezuma Hotel.
girls it has ever been Tbomasville'a audience with a vocal solo.
rheumatism. For coughs and colds

.. apply with cloth; does not blister. FOLI! IO EY TAR I pleasure to entertain.-Thomasville: I It was a charming entertainment

For sale by Tydings- and Co.-- Cures n' Pier, ** Pneumonia cor. in Atlanta Journal throughout. Orders Filled Same Day Received


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.I9OO 1904 :



THE BOSTON STORk


FOUR YEARS OLD.


On March 1St 1900 we opened a store with a very small stock on Magnolia street. m


Today we are located in one of the best stores in the city and have our counters and shelves


, a packed to the ceiling with SALABLE GOODS. Our trade grew because we gave Good a


. m 3 Values and Fair Treatment. We have always had the reputation of being the Cheapest


Store in Ocala QUALITY CONSIDERED. We ceriainly intend to stand up to this reputation -


: rJ and to continue growing. F ,


f W To show our Customers that we appreciate their patronage we will begin on


! Monday March 7th,


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AND SELL ALL KINDS OF CALICOES GINGHAMS AT 1c. PER YARD.




m Spring and Summer Announcement m I II


I 3 Our Buyers have just returned from Northern Markets after a stay of thirty days buying m

the largest line of Spring and Summer Goods we have ever handled. Below we list a few of m

t1ag the many goods we now have on hand. b"-

Men's, Ladies' and Boy's Ready-to-wear Garments. a

b"In this Line we have always lead but this season we have more than any other store in Ocala. A look at our LINE t"j
will convince anybody that this statement is true.
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f Men's Suits. Youth's Suits. Boy's Suits. I Men's Pants. t"jr
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m We have men's suits to suit any Our line of }'outh'ssuits is complete MOTHERS! You will find the largo Our line of men's pants has never "" '
!J man no matter how small or large, short in every particular. We have all sizss est line Boy's and little Men's Suits in been looked after as they were this season -
: or tail, we have"them in the latent! good* and colors. We never forget the young our store than you have ever seen south we bought the very latest designs rJ'-rJ'I
., !\ and cut in the very latest styles. If man and have bought the best selection of Jacksonville. Our l line consists of in flannels and light serges and at Rock 1
you give us a chance to suit you, we can forhl that we could find We have a everything is made into Boys Suits.We Bottom Prices. We attribute our sue- \ 1t'
furnish you in either Lined or Unlined fine line of Flannel Suits to select from have 500 Boy's linen suits sizes cess to the art of buying. We have any y ,
7I suit of any description at prices lower All youth's suits range in prices :a to 8 years that you may buy at 50c. size in pants that a man can call for 1'71
than ever........... ....$L(<) to$U.00. from.-....--.....--....__82.50 to 810.00 Other suits at ......-..'"-. 75c. to$;..0. and at prices from.____....81.OOto$5.00 Y II

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ri1 Youth's and Boy's Pants. Gent's Furnishings. Men's and Boy's Straw Hats. 8

We have the finest and line of mediumpriced
Our line of Youth's and boy's Pants consists of largest We can fit the largest or the smallest head in a
Gent's Furnishings in Ocala. Our line of
everything in the way of pants for the Little Men. Men's Top Shirts at C9c. cannot be equaled for less felt or straw hat. Our stock is complete in this lineThere
than a dollar anywhere in the city. and its as fine an assortment find
1'is no use for us to go into many details about as you can anywhere t:
COME GIVE US A LOOK. J
in the city. Our hats for the little t
I this line. Mothers!you will be wise if you give us. a We always carry a large line of Men's Under- men cannot
be surpassed. We can fit them all. ,
and this line 'i
wear season we are showing a larger
call before buying Garments for your boys as we
?'rI and at lower prices than ever before. I! 1-
belect Prices Men's Hats at..__..__._ .
line from.
have a large to on pants All sundries at very low prices. Men! It will ; c to M.OO.

are from......--..........------.......no 10c. to $1.50 pay you to come and see us. Boys Hats at...........15<:.to $l.fai.


p' Dress Goods p 1 .

This line has always been our specialty and this season we are better prepared to satisfy our lady friends than ever before. Our line consists of the
following and many more:'. Special Silk Lustre, Picot Stripes, Broderie None, Silk Embroidered Linens, Assorted Colors in Voile, Mercerized Damasks, Gin.
'i hams and White Goods, Assorted Colors in Lappets, Assorted Colors in Bourbettes, Assorted Colors in Dimities, Satin Odules, Assorted Colors in Flock,
I Mousselines in Plain and Motted. All these goods and many others too numerous to mention. Ladies you will never regret a visit to our store and we
certainly will try to please you.Ve have all kinds of Dress Trimmings and everything pertaining to Dress Making at Popular Prices. Q

1 Ladies' eady-to-wear Garments. V

Q We were the first to handle this line of goods and have constantly added to it until now we think you will find more garments for ladies in our N
Ii store than in any other two stores in Ocala. Below we list a few of our many lines: D '

LADIES SKIRTS.Ve LADIES SHIRTWAISTSUITS. LADIES SHIRTWAISTSWe LADIES UNDERWEAR. L.iDIBSalld CHILD i'N
v Ladies there is no reason why \1
never think anything .
\ have all kinds of skirts in to pretty for our patrons, you derwear should this not season.Ve wear good have un- We Onl carry- "d"l'i
This is our first season in this so this season we bought I a fine just received $500. of muslin hats for ladies.- Our
linen, lilluemerct'rized goods line and we bought 10 dozen in line of shirtwaists in all kinds underwear in gowns, chemise of tailors Walking assortment and Dress
of goods fashionable. Our line 8klrtscorsetcoversanddrawers. Hats are the best we could buy I'; ,
all kinds of washable goods to A better assortment cannot be for the mone'Ve fJ ,,,
anV
and wollen goods. Many washable of shirtwaist goods cannot be can suit "
Ii sell at... .... .... .$.)..'.).5 to 350. excelled. Give us a call. Prices shown at sonth this line of and Jacksonville.Look the prices. Our lady or child in a hat this season-. D "'"
prices are winners?
i skirts Do not fail to see this line. of waists from. ....fiOc. to 82.75. will make you buy. line. Don't fail to see our in hats this. I .

J carry everything in Shoes for everybodies feet and we handle the Famous Hamilton Brown Shoes, and this alone is
Im S -IcEsCe: 1 I you any will one be our that customer our shoes hereafter.arc good. Wesell the best shoes in Ocala for the money. Buy a pair of shoes from us once enough and D 3 .


PATRONS You*have been the cause of our rapid growth in the past four years and as we are better prepared to do business this season than ever before
TO OUR ask that you continue your favors and we certainly will show you appreciation of same. \\e
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ALL KINDS OF C.I.ICCIIXII A FI.U KINDS OF UIXUIIAMS AT ONE ( l'\T PElt Y.uell. rI"i .

As you are uearnitujt .end of thU advertisement we want to gay that we will show you more real values y- than any other btore is Ocala. A call willconviuee toe mot skeptical., C'tlloa u., YOU are xeltetrlt. f

THE BOSTON STORE. aJ.

m With.'" Ij-O"purchase we will sell you ten yards of any kind of calico and tome kI..r glngbanu at one cent per yard PJ .


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VOL. XXXVII, NO 31 )GALA. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 4, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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fI S A MAT TER HEALTH flFTErJNOON TEA, I I;I II II OCfUA, FLORIDA, THE BRICK CITY $1 1 ,500 a Year for LifeFor

Mrs. T. G, Bright Entertains InformI I

ally at the Links. your wife is a much better legacy than an active business which she must trust
Ii The Center of Diversified Industries. others to conduct, or an estate which bad investments may soon wipe out.
i Mrs. Thorn i- U. Brisut, of rorontu

Cintda who ii is a client at the O.tIHouf I Prom JacLs m\'lile Industrial Record February 12 THE MUTUAL LIFE IHSUKAKCR COMPANY PHILADELPHIA.or NEw YOMK.PA., June a'i: In i
Dear Sirs-I am in receipt of check for the first payment in settlement of
eurertaintd her lady friend-j Policy No.680,289 on the continuous instalment plan. which .a :'tlorseHenry( G. Morse President New York Ship Building Co.) through you
in a iuo-t ell innius rnuuutr !-;* > .+ 1'Ft in March 1895. Of course what I particularly like about this contract it that
no matter how long 1 live there will be paid me on the 3th day of Juw
aCtt'ru.u on tut ir"lf links i each year $,.SOD.
Believing that no investment in Mr. Morse's estate guarantees such a rare
Tlif ",tI"ir'ai ati ".1ft..ru.MIl tra" i income as this policy, 1 take great pleasure in giving, it my unqualified
endorsement. Very truly yours, MARY K. MOKSK
and was iirlubtfi.ly! informs! and i ,

l I1 enjoyable. About for.y la lit'st're I'' This Company has returned to po c-hoder5! over
;t"b
\Ir Bri4ht'tgue-tsou the liuU- anti I' k 600 Million Dollars
Y Write for sample policy.INSURANCE.
bAKING spn>t the afieruimu in ple! :
splritt'deoii: -r-4iti ti.Hie the
MUTUAL LIFE
table wai under a large oak

POWDER tree anti Wit".lee.trtted: with a.rays .'foul
I COMPANY OF
'k olive. Mr-. II. A. Ford pourm

Absolutely Pure liar tt'l"u,1 Ml*. U. K Robiu-ou X NEW
YORK
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE served the h'rawherri{ which >*uliiiiiivvivhe pwest Lqes&
in {n the
.'abr. !< : :,11'\ other .1..1i| !ii'mitsp > .Y. America RICHARD A. McCURDY. President World

were *..- by Mrs Bristii and II
p ;
SASA ELIZABETH:: : HASSI3! Local Eiitor CECIL WILCOX Manager Jacksonville .,..
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The Mfermiii: war a most beautiful
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. .
.-. one for au out door party aud ill- ro JUST RECEIVED

Mlsi Myrtle f-IHI-ll"f! (in.IUt'ilr! links certainly presriited a mo-t ef- )' d t Mo A B

it vl\..tiiaz i \1 r-. I,toe Millar. ftcliv.aud all Ucti7t' 'iclur"atur-} OUR FALL STOCK. A law supply of Big Boston '

day Hfi moon frnm iliree thirty to lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United

Mrs. L. W. J. *U.I. ail ...1iut'o..I1II" Jive ihtny o'..lo.-k. tP YY States. Cabbage Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg

i, tli eg a-si of MrV.. I i.. l.i 1'01"1111I 1.1. Thoe'wil') ei'j'iye'i MrHngiit's Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm ,
____II and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .
Mr.I TofuIlariir..tueI uj i..lu Tnl.l- cordial ho-pitality. were Mr. M H. sure to see or write us before you buy your Early

|* mulsj-rlil UlJlh)' il U-alai "ith ArentMrs.. H. A. 10'1'.1. Mr-, (i. K. Corn for spring ,

his Robitiaou, Mrs. C. L. 'laiii'shy M :1<. 1

1'H..III_ B. A Weather, :Mr-. Clttke: of N-\v + d : 1 2 The Ocala Seed. Store
Miss Grace )I.\t- returueI I huurMitnda : 7
Yurk, Mrs AllrnIuir<>e, .\\r!!. E .

J troiu a'i-lt l<> fri t'\ld, litDunndl ward Miller, Mr?. I. s Hirsl'h..Ir; -. A __ _n_-_ __ ___ _

<>o. R. \ll'C.math.IN. T. T. MunroMr S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER

Mi-s Stflt Frarr h*# r..turu"1 trout *. L. K. Chllz II. )(rs. t. F. Sehneher

H \i-tiMo.St: Au..!iixtiiie with a p<"y Mi j-.s '1-ttum, :Mis. L..t. Fiiuh.Mrs. S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

of ta. .. i-orttitrn! liifii'lsMr. IVari Maso, Mi-, vltuuie. anti

L..UI.<; Gaaisby, Mrs. William Au *'s iSp: .i.
rrctivrU hidi final l ,,. In'w Feed
o .1H'w e and Sale Stables I IIVs
Livery
v deif:>ou,. Mist Abbie Muuroe I Mi- ,
19th
.chargr iu bankruptcy oa the
Emily rfiotehbury, :Mrs C. H. IVr
and I ii now if pinion to start: hieMajor u
I
I kin!?, sr., Mrs. C. H. Perkins jt., ,, &
carry the most complete 1
ovt'r .gulli. z
Misses Ford, Mamie Nevitt Cornelia z'Pj s kAaQ1HF.BBERT

'1'. C. Hall, who IJAS botu in a Ahluui tiara and Violet Hums bPiatt line of Harness, Saddles etc .ll 1 .

hospital! m euvauiMti for se\rral Mrs.! ft. K. MoKeHU Mrs. C. V A. FORD.A in central Florida, and will give'' .

weeks, hat returnul hi.uie and his Miller and Mrs D. W. Davis.!: ;"i 'iniiieni mi i typKMl.i 1 cinxen of Ocala, Fla.-Bi ker. !i'tMnphatc man lfl.J."- .q..:;..
M Ii!able MIH t (t'1. Miner.: One of the men who m" es IiH.fin History our patrons the very lowest 'ilft.t.t: :
bt-allL it really improved for tne State of Florida.tut'ltmtS 'I r : .
Miss Davis Gives Card prices. We are thoroughly
-- --- a Delightful ,....r ,
.
't ,* The IfMOhfrf* of the Ocala High Farto..n1 ,. :-:', an 1'1 tnt. r- .1.' \.i I ini{ hortes alit mules, are being successfully equipped for fitting out turpen- \

KCboul went CHit lit "ih'.r tfpnug' catI .\ ; the many j pletsant recent talk .> iiii 111'.1. .. niii'i i u i raised. As a member of the
l-pli-r-i.' II| ....1.| j' .. h -h 'I) firm ot Ford & hither phosphateminer tine and lumber teams
gear,
_, urdayafiPrwxmaud t'1'joy..d I a moa .nntt wa' a d"lightful card .. ,
partygrvrnby U"1 K" wh. I. < ii "'- MI :Ni'l and dealers: Mr. Ford ha par N ,
liq c:
d"li.hUUII..u l.. liss Annie Davis Saturday -e br III a. e.- 11.\ ..... I.I.41 u. ipatfcd largely iu the develop! ueut wagons, etc. + Si
,dYautage' h ori.la h..-; r' ii- ran of this important industry. A picture
night lit the home of her sister Mrs.C. off tor dra,rtbl- IIC.I u.s a' -. 1,14 It ofaledgeof white n>ari>Ie i-t bliown
)Ir. and )Ir Eirl l'clir ou, of
!! A. Tydiu :i. |)ri<-.-. Wh!Ia1 II n-lie t" tl- r "' n' IIPsked. here, tvcaute: it is, iutere-i'ing flout, the We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
Holder, peut MJiulay iu Oak with lull\, in tho hint |I..i- a fxC' that it baa beeu p onouuced the
Mr.1'rareou'e >areuui, Mr. MI.1| Mrs.J. There were sixteen young people 1U'illlllt1t'.n. c'lilllli'. -d Iliac H- ('alt- finest ever found in the United Starr.. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farms|Wagons.
t :.. i who lt'lJt the evening most h.rui '!! with the 1\' <1'1101111'' "dvanof Mej-srf. Ford & Hiller own a hair
)V. l'tars'Ju. present rage having Mjfliiiit tKi.C.II.> interest in the mine-the firm uam- North Side Court HOIIM Ocala. Fla
--- -- happily illllayi.lg progressive whi"i.Mi Secondly, a climate that permits the being the Alabama Wnittd. l't..
Frank 0. Mooreliead of gum growth uf prKd""li.t''t"r. : >tluiigui! locattd near $Ui-auga, Alaba 111I,
Mr. : \i>M Barco made I the greatest: u u fUIJt r -- -
of thxirs-1I faa"( l j-ari'-uiarl/ iiiter.tto The leiiitr ii i.ii. n ..r--.t 0. a uierville, ='. C., has j'dufd hU family, of l'oilltlllu.1 I Ivou the prize, a pretty 1 ng our :Nortlivti-s, ru tn"dt1'0 <> siX'J (....1. \.1| Ht .., ill MIUHquality

who are iu Ocala the guests of Mrs. silver Indian head pin while the mi- a av.. In h'itif I stock five itinn'li-iii. j'iar. Thud- NrW \tlr.. u,. ik-i rca'1li tor 5.00
Moorehead's Lrlher.Mr. Jim Brown. tlriUKu'd prize, a handsome pack <>f 'Y, it'illn'1'S of <., ri nf IMU
-- ----- rants! was won hy Mr. John Taylor.Mis or 'uruiiiitf, fruit ;rllo\'i"l1. cm'1.airinlr ]1.-. Wifh tit i i- u-iii. -- t'1I'.rpIISt'Ir. ,
llr.J. Huusum Adams, of Atlanta, hog-grovkitjg, p.winill\ pur- \ F r.i i.' "-' >. >.. %ii4ii"i;
Millie Nuruey acted as orekeept'r P n.tw and turpruttnr o'er| tious IU U'4 .. ..t -I ..rii- wrv prou-l oIhiadu.s.
who ha, beeu at the Oak House First Class. totes! Reasorjable. e eRefurr
and most he It luu-t i>e rniieiiilit-nd! that a few mif-ij .- i .Ia.. 's !!IlIl""'iUI*,
a charming one
waiting_ his wife has returned home.Atlanta have<>lMlzed lr-.i..e far I*. IVrhap.- buullIJ_ or I'I''I"i .!; gulf u+ much asanyone.
Wlit' at Oi-aU oiieean find more evidence ,
Jourual. than at point the writer has Mr. Ford i is of the Crutral
any yet president Rates
Month.
Ma's Davis, assisted by MM. Tjd- islledThrougilout.] ) Special by
retched! on his industrial pilgrimage. National Bank, the only National
Mr. Duncan Campbell hit Saturdayfor : iog and Miss Btrco, served a sweet I Here is fund a city of about 5 000 Bank in Ocala, wliicti "uumenced
inhabitants the county seat or Marion litBine-s D-.-.-,ut.er 1. 1903. with nc
New York to purchase the spring course alter the games. emm'y, where there ar. abundmt .piial of ioOK)0.( ) The bank occu-

and auuimer sloCK of goods:! for the Those who were Miss DAVIS' guestsat proof: of for re"ur. Flnrioih"". |>i<-s a hauii.some building and the
Situated in ihf fciitcr of lonntywh interior is ..l MRS. THOS. J. PIOPasassisiiaisssss
a elegantly f<}Ui|>p- ; on: BARNES
t'stJiJli..l1weut.Mr. this Miss
pleasant were
Klein & Campbell very party .
..
e fit zens art progressive, it gives feature being that till tu* "fii-e fix-
v.-. Sue Birco, Misses Jessie Millie and one at once the impression of stability lures are m de of f-teel. The other
C. K. Eberu, of Charlotte, X. thrift and '!s.PerhujHi officers of the hank I are U",). H .
Annie Nurney, of Suflolk: Va; Miss! ..
the Southern Print ketch C. representiug
Cornelia Ahluw, of Mobile, Ala., pri'grw-iVfTHiz-n-'niiv\ show the to devotes his whole tithe to ban Iii Ul!.
m' npply Company, of WashingtonWi Miss Carrie Bailey of Monticello ahead spirit that pervades Htr peopU.At vic" i>r..s dent; F. L. \\'..tann, ctahii-r ; : C. I. GRACE.Successor .
in the city Saturday calling ou ; >\" ue print apmtrait of HnUr aid the other dir..-taar artR.. S. Hall,
I ;Misses Sara and Violet Harris; Dr. A. Ford n iwlive of England: who a \"f'rwt'lt: known turpentine operator to Central Lumber Co.
the trade. for tMv v' 111'' ha' id..liti.t himself ; CUreuCtfCamp, of Camp Brother Dealer In
_
W. H. Powers Dr. U. C. Dozier
,
the .
uth alh'HIU't'1Ut'1I1 of Marion the Ir."t lumber and phosphate!
Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried
and
Mrs. A. D. Moseley, proprietress of Mecsss.V.. T. Wheeler, C. L. Ander- t-Mitity. :Mr F.-rd i- iutt're.t-d in firm ; a-r.3ackavof the !1'rl1t" merHiiiile Rough FlooringCeiling,

the Southern Hotel, Griffin, Ga., with son, J. H. Taylor Howard Clark and many:enifrpriv1"* for the Hdvanceni'-ut .. firm of Mrlvt-r & Mackay; R. and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
of iht pro-ptiity her little granddaughter, Miss RuthChamberlain O. B. Howe. wjth Edward Hiller tii'l throrphout Florida, aDd1 r. Christian -
is guest of Mrs. Dr. J. John \\' Pt>al""I1. he is ignited: rp..r of the well known mercantile Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels Columns, Door and
a Mrs. Florence H. Firth died at the Hu hurll i ia drilliM'Z f roil. The well establishwrotof Christian & Dickson, Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
Palmetto hotel. is tflX) f. dr and the Mclntosh.
the -ft of
E. Ennis, at cow :-p partners
Ocala House Monday morning. Mrs are pantrtiiiie, of pnc's< In partner- With a hundred Ocalas in Florida, Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

Mr, and Mrs. A. H. March and son Firth was a sufferer from consumption sh'p with r-ot L. P. Miller, he has Jacksonville, would be a city of 100- receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
Hill returned home farm of 1,4IX acr"s south of Lilly, UOU, and our treat prosperity would
and MUs France and with her husband came to where fine stnk of all kinds, include I he vaster than we dream of now. sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
few aays visit to
from a
Sunday
three weeks that
Florida --
ago hoping --------- ----- -
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friend at Falrfield, Oaklawn and she might get better. They had been '-' '.' Sale
Orange Lake. stopping at the Ocala House for abouta .y-r.<>,;!:.-t> :.:.:,,;';,r-o.., .. ," ,, 0, .. ,. ..- ". Special Sewing Machines.We .

--- -- ;.........>l.'.,:::F ?i4'f'. have large. number of Sewing MuohineH that kai been
.
who has been Mrs. Firth ,'' .
Reardon, week. was a ''. ,
young -
UIII Mary ,
".10"\4..' .. ". ',-l, 1 ....,,' .sed-some but little-that we wilt dote out at lIar lnl-rlt"et06.
pending the past three weeks with woman and had only been married a .."f". "' 1- Y>. f-e'. : '. Tne e machines hare been thoroughly overhauled by ..1-

rrlati yet aud friends in Savannah, year. Her sister was also with her at t.::. ';..: ; 4 : perlenced workmen and all worn parts replaced ahd made u*
good as new for aervice. Each machine bet adjusted, tried, and
AuntwU and Jacksonville, returned I the time of her death. The remainswere guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves onr btore. Can

after a most delightful shipped to her home in Phila. be seen and tried, if desired.IVe .
home Monday
will sell these maehlnC'j"E'ry' low for cash. Prices run
illlt.)1i&. delphia for burial. from M 00 to 12 00 and each is a bargain. at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "Aew Home" and heeler

.'M Esther Weathers, Mona We take very great pleasure m call. <&: Wilson" sewing JIachines-with or without buttonhole ate
Rosenbauin and Mrs. tachment.Graphophones.
Hlller, Hattie ing the attention of our readers to the and reeordx. A Graphophone and 6 Ilecord*

Berry Hit returned Monday from advertisement of Hall, Rawls & for S3.OO. Furniture and House Furnishing Good!* atSMITH'S
." Special attention to mail orders.
enjoyed a delightful
Dunnellon, where they I
Wheeler. This firm is representing
visit of several days with Ocala Furniture Company.
some of the most solvent and progressive -
Mr. end Mrs. Edward Holder. I..
fire insurance
I : companies extant -

much to learn that and have their office in the old WHITE'S CREAM
We
regret very '
Ocala is to lose Rev. J. R. Biggs and library rooms in the Merchants block.Mr. I t WORMS VERMIFUGES
,
.. Mr. Fetitul Biggs and family. They W. T.Wheeleroue of Ocala's .rt..QuaIit1. 8..t 1.tJa.li q.

are going into the cattle business in most prominedt young business men, i/ Per 20 Years Has Led all Were ReMedieseT

They are good citizens will be the active manager of the .OX.D a'r aLL :aowcpcazamo.PiarM .
MtrjUnd. flrm'e bQ ln08S. I The Maid Ie4gs..f, the Alabama Whit.. M rbl* Co. Best Marble yet Diacov ",- JAMES F. BALLABD, !t. LouWjtWW*,

.. and will be greatly missed. ed in the United !States Half Owned by Meaers. Ford & Hiller, of Oc&lft.

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PAGE FOUR THE OCALA BANNER *
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0HOTHER OPEN LETTER. bill aad n-X from tb> title thereof. I You a!*>, in this connection, refer I II | Ueatitg ef the Czicatirt committee

gli'lly m&ke tb -* eorreeuou and I to & letter from Hf-u. H. P. Filter, ,j In rrspocsriotbecall of the chairman To Let Up

hill not continue tt eirtal te them i npr *nr1tin of the Brotherho of | the democratic executive
6oi r..r Jeaaag Rrpiits His : committee -
as7GQ are doing the ruiartprfe,eiius Locomotive Engineeis; the Brother ,
II for thi- seta met it the Means LossIn
a
Cktrfts lea1ut Senator Titiftrro.
tioaaand mirlaot.t.e *&\ < cue, hood of Locomotive Firemen ; Orderof :

and with this 'IIor.lof npUnaijoo I Railway Conductor; Brotherhood s court bou-e at II o'clockaturday
the advertising campaign tht
reiterate with : fru.tr I Railroad Trainmen, and the Order | morning.
TaJiahr.Fla., Feb. 25, IV>4.He en-pbiuu my lof should he no truce. While the merchant

*.Jtae r Ttla&ro Jaciaaa.ie. TJ. I Itt rd.t rhrrr e.mrs

Dear riir::'Your letter
D. C. Jaoosry':3,1 i)1, r*.rb- joa have cot, Jann3roTr fire jtar I the interest and welfare of the 1 Darts; P. -Hkk. L. S. Light c,': ir.p Uzari arm If be ceases advertising for a Hn"ieta
s n-i.ee ID the UlIltKl States senate, labor ortinizAtiou that be rrprreent- ,
I W. Jordan: shady GNIP. ii. rives competitor* an advantajjif
ed me 03 the 3d ittttant, and I have iutrodueed bill resolution I ed to that of bu :, \
a or commerce, C"Q you i
I Pjies; Samroerfiekl. A. D. Mtt.hel.Lake I hetl'i'* for a month he has* start '*nthr f1
not L4 ko 6pp>/runi j of aeiwering &ItJHldm'nt..n any eutj!!et or en.- dHl, that b- too favored the creation: I. Weir J. L. Grantham. Moss f D r.-iil; which lead; to discomfiture an i

acne Until DOW.Although Iad3keg any prtnetple tcunicutt ID I of a LVpinment of Labor with a I ViI.hil
Bluff Jno. T. Lewis; Graltaini-Lie X. \'IUn.I .
I positively denied ever the o..w cr.tiC'platform I upon which I seratar3 at it* bud with a eat in for a .ijlrt
advertising even
11 A. Fort; Una-dale. Claude Me''race T> :-'tuj -
baring tuted that Lvi done were tinted or the one adopted the cabinet, and di iinet
ih
you JOQ pir&le S tan ton. W. S. S. Aflsop. proxy Bee rimt- ':I-u\o.: the culnuti tifect it [3

nothing rinse you hut been in during jour term as I"tIlA\Or-wbl I from the Department ftf CoTinifre*, I view, J. F. BuTet.tcInt05D.; Dixon m I airt-ad>. pr.)luc>el and put* an end ({. all tadvauai .... .

CbngrtM, M all'gc4 by you in a recent contend you were: lasuioianded :u Goby M was contemplated by tbe democratic Irvi&e: DonoeUoo Dr. J. G. Bas tiin :;.-> gained by continuity. It >'a''j

public letter over your signature, I the democratic platorojtoth platform of 1900 and unanimously Caadter. T. E. Pntcfcttt. Eureka. R. W. t1 w.hJraurad: frlm the papers } uas ragas. "11

not that that incorrect eateand natiOLil. desired and urged by the } wiii rut !
... you repeat Holliday; Kendrick W. E. Xn M. r- J l 1- :red that your: /mpetitor* \ '

allegation, pruteling that you bad n" I f Jrtb-r a.-wrt thAt your rvrd &. labor leader'? And did you make tel D. A. Clark: Fairfield. W. A. rl tliaae'rr-itoe: ini tale.t t\

intention t do me *a 1uJu. tics, aDd e-a&u>r sUowe thAt >ou have Lot f.-;>- any Sraiative etlort t.. hire ueb. Young; Cotton Plant, Jim HudgensAnthony ) 1 ": > of 5oiht..out: of mind.:" :> a tin.. CJ)

adding ia *pf>Ky for your mit.&h. cured from congress an appropriation law enierwl? W. T. Forbes; Flenur.stoii. J. t. 1 il..n .rr-.i proverb which apphe-* with per-u".,'': r

went of fact tLr following: ': vtf.l of any nature for any place or Tb>r are ou-tioLS, fi-r the fM-cple to i t'ier- :" a merchant"adxerti'e-mfirT. t!!, ,
K. :Miison Martin. F. 3: To\\nsenJBJitcbton :
gentlemen of au'jUittioued veracity point f in Fluridi west r>f the st.: JobLs determine and pi*; judzmeut upon, E. M. BHich; Pe-iro G. J. J r-cit-mbs rth :' adv .rti=f'm..ra'* .f last j -.pr :

informed me. both before and after river, ..t.un rction repeat ani therefore I repeat: my incitation Laffman. Kt"t"p y..ur naia- :*f.rtt.:: *- public in ter a aCVillttii
Proctor Walter
; Sparr. I
the publication of the Ov-ala Bunerletur tLt I have not di-'lxed what the and urge and challenge you to inert i"-: of tilt < caia Banner if vasu *"ud; ;
Precincts not represented: Romeo.
that you had aid ai much to f ioriua d --lrgniO has &Cc.o.pkhtd! I II me in joint public debate: to discuss not fjf :, .r'uUn.. '
I Salt Springs. Fort :McCoy Orapge I
them" etc. I submit that if there not bdug a candidate against the i before the people of Florida these Sprigs and Citra.

raw Intention to do rue iujuitice, it Florid delezition, and have not I questions at any time and place to be
ailadoi. the record of Hon. .S R Pylea wn reelected! I Try THE BANNER For Results.
I* very strange tbtt you should' : continue criticized or to agreed upon. Yours truly i

moat actively to circulate over any uieiuber: of the de.'egaUou! : other: W. K JnSl G5. chairman., Mr. IV. W. C\att! declining _u .-

your own Bigaature thi inaccurate than )our-clf-ana my refereoct-s to to ere longer secretary L r ""1-4" r
His: Annie Mae Stanilej Gives
tttteotent denied vosi record have been: only each ai - :
pointedly: by me Picnic. this nouor was conferred: oa Mr. John ---

and based, as jou admit, upon mere the people of florid ;arc lutertsitdiu.
M. Graham
hearty. la that fair dealing? MUs Annie Mae dundley entertained

You ILMt'r.&1 that you, together I reiterate that siuce October, info: thirty four of the youa? people The campaign committee ,'onsistingofDr l

Ub your coneres-ioual a....,;xiite from toe naiioual oiat of wLich. )OU were: : Monday night; with ojoouluht J D. Basin, Imiullon. j"

Florida, have procured appropriation {[ift-iacDt baa bad a voTernmtLtdeposit ride to silver EplingII.aoi Mrs.Lte chairman; John T. Lewis, Muss Bluff: ..,

aggregating (.','fjO. !lIJlljr beginning with a&out S55, Jiwf&t
D.
Miller chaperoned the party wnicb W. T Forbes: A D thou) ; A. Clark; i
which you 1.11Lie uu:ler the bead of >d lucreaiins JD recent: years to up-
Mrcel aud L. ::. Light, fl-adick, ;
'Indian War Claim collected." .tat wards of fJHJtfi, without icttre.t, was an exceptionally jolly one.

aid ViLlcti tales ate paid, "What's the with the wsa n.mt\lllord will formulae rules
fog that: "thi mean more than 7 UpOU LO matter moon

per capita for every wan, woman and and this I roatiJer a rpecul privilege toiiight?" wa an entirely i-uperflu- and regulations,, governing the primal -

Child in the state of Florida; and the: rjn'litd oy you, which the great ) and will fix the amounts the f S
ou* gufstion *a she was just exactly scientifically
collection of thel&diauar Claim, tu,,.sts of the people have Lever tn- the candidates must pay to cover tbe

provided the attain of tte state are ofed[ and I have striven to make u right and everybody was in happy

adruUtered wi..,ly loud honestly, clear that if there: jnr1ieged were spirits and had a grand time. expense: of holding' same.

should have the erect of lowering d rfcLLlb]', if they Here not ULdrlllO The party went out to the springs The matter of tilling the vacancy f -

taxes and lemfiiihg the burdens of all trail', if iL; principle of tLt'rutrl! in two !large wagons and after reaching caused by the resignation of )Ir. F ri, madeit

tbe people." ui i directly upposcd to the spirit of Lucius on the board of county comoiUsiuners "*
there went several wiles dOn
In -ounecti with the r ttltoxLtaf our tn ulutiouiaua our coustuuuou, imi _.
tbe run in the mpiba launch and was left to the committeemen tI
the+ cUiiM, while giving the! fuiia-t n.t-Ill <*bui have L-O word of i-rui-
after returning spread a picnic lunchon from the third commissioner's .
credit to every mau who helped to ci-lu or o j ctiou to your tiij'o-ibg a
the char which needles to fay district to Mil and Hon. Samuel R.
secure tbe pa..iae of the act of them to the tuliert Ote&sure. 1 hay>

congreiM autboriziDz if, I have Jlublie- U|">ti nil Ocfa-loL'* eli<;U.zHl the Uialteri was greatly enjoyed. Pylea was named as his !!accessor.Mr. I I4 SOLB BY ALL DEAIJERSMAGDUFF
Mi.-s fttaudley'd pioulc was a verypleaaut
I; explained that ito j.ai-a/e: ; throughthe s <" qusUi of luolic alley anti and Donald Ferguson was rcLomiuated -
one (10 moN delightful
United riune *e.i tie was no new of gaud, honest de-wocrath govern
evening has, bleu spent by the Ocala for registration oHic.r.
and lulr..culfJIIJ lerformaDcr, shotting ai"ul, slid you Mill liud that I am I
young; people iu rorne time. Mr. M. L. Payne asked to be instructed
from offlcul record that, largely buKe i.. ui.-> -VH-SHIIU i-y the IU"tofll;

through the rtforU of former -MulorPaa'ioand and the irtM-nt attuude of the tsHuostair on the following question

hi* atirr.Irled iu rongree., j-ariy as txprer, -d and rt ltTII.t-. Mr J. M. McArtbtir, of Gainesville viz: Will a man who has worked the HUBBARD &

tbe name bill, or out equivalent in e,1 iu its party pU'foruifrom the manager of the Amencau Oil road in lieu of paying Lis poll tax be

effect, wn panned by the feenate iu the earliest days to the pr!!!; llt. I have and Chemical Company paid this allowed to participate in the primary HEADQUARTERS FOR

fiftieth, fiftyhond, filty-tbird tiffy- Coil'ehdai that thexe fcprcl tl privy
orticeuery pleuoant visit Friday aud
The matter was not officially acted
fuurthand fifiy-fifih congreei, but eg.s !should: t>e prohibit tlJ any and

l.iltIlln the hour ot renrei etitativei evtr>UjJy by tu- t-nactmeut of law prtbeuted ut with a bouleofoueof upou but will iio doubt be considerediu

I reiterate that Uf>fJU the showing by the cou reai of the United :;.!l.tt'e the bi-producta of the corn piny, the rules to be adopted by the AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE

wads* by the records of congress, awl by tbe legislature of this state, which has been: discovered to be a campai committee.

Keoator Paste, after: drawing the each acting in iu respective gpere, anti : most excellent preparation for washing ssrsni. ,-. 53 ffllM ._-

necelary bill aJI1.t.tio the account, I assert that "you have not, during I and softening printer's rollers tr. a I t ( 4TI IS.I e

accompllithed in the senate during your Services in the senate, attempted e I 1 e
and cleansing tbe cUsa and beds of 41i s n.
each of tlvene wiori-i of to secure th. enactment of Uw
cl.ngrtIrior any
i u U. I II eT ( I i II
to youi turn all that you accompIUb"ed I on tbimutject. ai wait contemplated presses Mr. McArthur says hU com- $50fQy! ,:} Away I :s'rv. IV is 1T 1 ra

tea aerator aud that the ba?U or I by the democratic pUifortua under pany U succeeding admirably aud i rr i rH4
e saoraacau I
your acvouipliahnueut wan Mr. I'aaco's'; which you were ties ed Mud served as beside. pure white turpentine they AUbi,:inad.T! f..r Es i S
I full pamca.jir..act'tic...j 4J.. card o' ::1EL
work, adopted by you without the senator, but that, ou the contrary
are making twenty or more bi-products -
change of one cent in amount-an* you have persisted iu the violation of 4\\n l\S\\\\Q -r _

that if bin lathe work that entitles a'' this luutJ.wtulallrluciple of democ- l. the oil for printer's rollers being :_._ ... a l/raa ,.

man to a real iu the senate, then Ben* tray by securing and retaining for one of them and all of them are THE SAMTAS.Y \\ALL COA Tt\O.: Aa. Atatdu St;1: Sjci+t floe. florae....Cattle 5:J w

atom alllolllJOuliJ have been reelected your bank the special privileged to finding a ready market. Mr. Mc Destroys i: ca j Never rubs <>r t..ones You can a ply uI
lu 1S'/J: and I challeii g you to wbicb I bavr referred. And in proofof Arthur will be remembered -mix wIth c.1J: w'\t"r. iieauufulc.ec
as having steel wires beaver;
high-grade; gw.vanixed
I on *:!s and ia wc'e and delicate Inu. large strong ; !
show to the contrary. my a.-vertious regarding this, matted viiiled Ocala witb the Oak Hall bate I NOT a : ->ebrcJia;. out-of-ditj. Amply provides for expansion and coo:rati.lc.:: :: Is pracuc.s..v: er
I hot.water glue preparation. KaUo-
repent that you mutt likewise have offered to the people the
ball team of which he I minrt b ari-< fanciful names and lasti.ig. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is p-.t on itDoes
know and admit that not one dollarof ortleial records: of the United: states was manager | mixed with hot wat.r ar,' suck oa with
/ cattle horses
mutilate but does eciently turn hojl
,
glue which roll. noun !,\-g germs 0: not ,
tbe said to have beeu aecur Treasury department.I for several j ears.Mr. rabbin
money | deadly ducats; ant ; and !seal. .
and
-. --- bpnihc vrail,.cotbn: ar.d farnt- pigs
l that ing ? ;
f'tl. aa peryour statement, for rivers repeat the national platformsof I
ture. Buy Alabsstins in 5 Ib cVgi.: ,
and burbor'<, for public buildluxt and: both IS'JO and woo, and the fetal M. \\". Hornsby, representing I properly labelled of paint, hardware EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby
I and drug dealers. Leaili: of tints,
grounds for lighthouses, U'iVlilllla. platform of 19tiling Couj.iu\| Michigan : .*Hints on Decoratm?," amt our arth>tV

Uoua etc !h available, or could In issuance hy iiatioual. Inukot noted, which hdf* free 1U3UI1M, CO.. I 13 Krfef SL 11, the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you howit
codi-ern nukes a bumber: _K triad 1 1h, Ilc' _
tuadeavailable: fur louer- intended to circulate will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced*
auy way an money, of uieful articles fur the home, Hiu : For sale by Mclvtrr & ilactay, II B Masters.
lug tau and letMeiiiug the burdens IIr whereati you nave done nothing

all tilt people.: whatever iu futheram-e of this des the city for a few days. He has Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Econoy Corn Shelters, Varnish

Again I avert that the Mate ads inand, as m my opinion you were bul'lu lt- a large sale! for hi-, Little DR. COOKON Paints, Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc.

ininistralinu 1.141 mailer how "witely commanded to do by the platform! ; (iiaut Vi'/eraIJle.liclug/ machine t-iiue I I

and honestly administered," as aug awl furthermore, Chit the plitform,
his arrival (sere. To see it i-t: to reco?- Ocala Fla-
fettled by you, ha no authority seeking to uplift the condition of the BLADDER TROUBLES Hubbard & Macduff ,
nue its, worth. He will canvas Jack ,
control over any of these amounts 110apprtllri.ttd American workiugmau, called for the

enable it creation! of Houville with this handy device Jut Bladder troubles make life miserable to .._ _
wa to Io apply a department of labor in ---- --- I
those who suffer from them and unless -
a bio le dollar thereof toward charge of a secretary with a neat iu week and we he-peak for him a big

"lowering taxes and lessening" the the cabinet while you, when the bill business in the metropolis. He i i-, a they to ara cause promptly serious overcome conditions.they are Inflammation certain .0.890 m re@ID 0 Sga.l.I .

burdens of all the people. to create the D-uirliueut of Commerce
hustler and well deserves! tit turnenlie of the bladder Is becoming more
In the preparation of my letter to way, before ihebenate, voted (oran
is meeting with. and more common and when neglected it fill Goods Delivered free. Write for Price its I
you, dated January 1, Lind there seems amendment to strike out thewords
develops ulceration and this be fol.
" to have been sonic inaccuracies iu the "department of labor and" may .
The T. E. Biggs Co. sold Mr. L. W. lowed by perforation and death. The Irritable
date used, which was taken from an from the bill, (Congressional, Record, .
condition that demands A2.
' abstract of your record, which is subject Vol. 35, page 10.10)/ ) thus dim gardiug Jackson a house and lot on. Ockla- frequent
evacuation during the night as well as day .
: to your inspection if you HO desire the platform, and especially the waha avenue Saturday.: The purcha.eris -
time U a source of mortification and
and which will show that I followedit interests of the laboring people of great e
i connected with the Sinner dlacomcomfort to old and
literally in the matter referred to. Florida and the nation. young. .
l'jewlnKIachillt' (''o., and will move Dr.:Cook, of Chicago an authority on
i If I were inclined to follow your ex- I assert that the greater part of your I
' from Gainesville to Ocala kidney and bladder troubles says: try
iu few
amply in Diguing a correction 1 fourteen age reply to my former letter a
.
" "It is impossible to find 't
a single agent
would nay there "was no intention off relates to matter irrelevant and days From all directions the tide of 0
: that is a specific for this class of troubles r
doing you an injustice, several gentlemen evasive, and are eHbrut to justify 'ourVltl..11 immigratiou !is turned iu the direction -
because there are so different structures
many .
of and rather than
unquestioned integrity to deny the propositions
of Ocala.
involved In the However
f' veracity informed me." etc. But I submitted. For instance: __.. .__' I organs. .
, we are able to combine the best known
I K prefer to correct these inaccuriciei i in You Heem to lny much -strem upon a The Boston Store has just. |put iu u remedies and obtain most excellent remits. .

K more candid manner, and to letter from Hon. riamuel
. say Gompers, Mst of ladders for its shoe department, The preparation known as FOLKT'S Q .
r. that I find that tbe proposition relative president of the American Federation -
r enabling, the salesmen! togstaltbe KIDNEY CUBE it an ideal combinationI
rt. to the vote ou au amendment to of Labor, written to HeuatorFrye :
;
t atriKe the work "gold" aud insert the president pro tun. of the senate, entire stock without the aid of a stepladder use it ezensively in my practice and findit 0
can be employed successfully in L1EI
: li
1: words: in coin of standard value" in under date of January :t), lye J:. which or balloou. If up-to-date form of kidney and bladder trouble.every" .

. interest payments (Congressional I take to be intended by you aM a methods couut for anything Ocala FOLEI'S EIDBEY CUBE: ia an honest .

i Record, Yol. 33, page IS_:!S) is not thee justification of your vote, which was
.
I i merchants are away ahead of other preparation. It is not a decoction of some
voted und that in violation of the
proposition upon your language and
! cities of her size hitherto unknown root or herb claimed to
' vote was against a motion to table spirit of the platform ; and if you ---- --- be a cure-alL Common sense tells as 8o
and while vote against tabling I is prefer to follow tbe advice of
a
one wan
Mr. anti Mrs. Edwin Currington that such preparations have but little if :
f ordinarily considered "equivalent" to rather than the commands of your .
value. FOLKT'S KIDNEY
Celts
are in the any con
[ a tote for the proposition tabled, it is party I can readily see that there is a city from Baltimore aud tains all the best known used cM _
agents by -
. not necessarily so. That your vote choice between them. In the clauseof are registered at the Ocala House. kidney and bladder specialists combinedin i I :

t relative to grading national banks Mr. Gompers' letter preceedingyour They have been spending the winterin a manner that renders them most effective Old Forre.t>rn 12 (X). Old MillrrKv 1.5&l. I"ulltal".11", .

according to population was likewise quotation I find this language/ : Florida aud will not return home and pleasant to take. In even the most S Corn $:.91. "Ktr'.M; R). 34.OIJ. Ap|>li> ai.il IVili Hran.iliGOto ..

misunderstood and was not againstthe "It is to supply this present deficiency $ yl 00 Kntu-ky Prid- fi: ,Ji .
I until after the hunting season is over. hopeless cases its use fives relief and :
Amendment but against the that the American, Federation of -- ---- when taken in time cannot help bat cure bend Po-loffice or Exi>

passage of the bill in which the Labor has asked, and should repeat Mrs. I{. A. Green, who has been every form of kidney or bladder trouble.PoHtoftlce COMPAI""
amendment had been incorporated. aud l crease ltd efforts to secure the I IS i

Also your vote on the labor department enactment by congress of a law creating spending several weeks with her DrugstoreF01ETSHONHMWR ,'I BOWEN &

question was for an amendment a Department of Labor with a t} daughter Mrs, T. B. Snyder, went to .

:' to strike tbe words "ibe departmentof secretary who shall have a. seat in the Clearwater Friday to join Mr. Ureen
140 E. BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Io
I. ,
labor and" from the body of the pre'ideut'd cabinet. at that place. ; .

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XXXVII, NO 34 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 4, 1904. DOLLAR. YEAR

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(' r ir AU ILIZASSTS rom, Local Eiitor MIS. CAMP'S RECEPTION. JOHN B. FLOYD'S PLATFORM. I!I not, but sits in the shade of a tree I H. T. WARTMANN. ;N1111111111N11111111H AXXOBXCEMEXTS. f. "

and "twangs away"demorallzing the
I .IIIONIINIIIIIINIIIIII/

f HAPPENINGS\ ABOUT TOWN. A Beautiful Compliment to Her Separate School Fund-Uniform SchoolBooks men you have at work. This fellow Was born in Harrisonburg, Va., :, FOR -hereby announce myself candidate

Guests, the Misses Nurney. -Vagrancy Law-Contract should be forced to work or arrestedas I Oct. 24, 182i Died in Citra, Fla., for ihe office of sheriff of Marion county,
I subject to the action ot the democratic
primary
I< : T Mr. Charlie Moody is visiting his Mrs. Jack Camp's "at home" yes.terday Labor Law-Local Option-"No a vagrant and put on our hard I Feb. 27, 190-1. .Rejoined the Metho- If Dominated and elected I promise to performthe

; mother, Mrs. E. P. Moody I jyrs. afternoon in compliment to Fence" Law. roads. This law works all right in I dist church in early manhood and all duties of said office to the best of my ability,
HENRY GORDAN.FOR .
Georgia and you see no loafers. We I through life was a consistent Christ
hersUtera, Miss Jessie Nuriiey and To the People of Marion County. --
J. M. Terrell I
of
: is
Tampa, In announcing myself for the leg can have our work done in the busy ian. He was a steward of the churchfor REPRESENTATIVE
Miss Mildred and her cousin
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. P. Me Nurney, To the Dcnuirratic V tert o/ ..Iarttotmtg, .
time.I .
Grath. Miss Annie Nurney, was a beautiful islature I do so at the earnest requestof over fifty years and superinten FZurMd.

friends. The primary having bhall favor a uniform "school dent of the Sunday school almost as I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
affair out hundredof my
nearly
bringing a
I pisature from Marion subject to the
county
: The weather bureau predicted book" and the state buying them, and long.
been set for such early date May
Ocala's representative women. an I democratic primary and solicit the support of

: freezing weather for this morning, but The pretty Camp home on Camp 10th) I have not the time to visit the to furnish the children books at prime Before removing to Florida :Mr. my democratic friendsCARLOS..

fortunately slipped a cog. different precincts and "touch flesh" cost. Alabama, Georgia: and South Wartmann was editor of the Rock. SISTBVNKFOR -
Heights was very beautifully decorated *
SHERIFF
Carolina have such a law now in ingham Register a establishedby respectfully announce my
)Ir. and Mrs. W. J. Chambers with bamboo and palmettoes.The I with you. For now is the busiest sea- paper candidacy for sherift. If ale ted I promts to
with the farmer and "must force and a book that costs our children his father. He served in Stonewall discharge the duties of the office faithfully,im
went up to their old home at Orange color scheme was pink, all the J 1 sod we
partially and lothe best of .
ability.J.
here (1.25 costs the children Jackson's famo'>s brigade during very my
Lake yesterday for a brief visit flowers that were used being this tie up and doing" planting, sowing .L.8 IAE.
I there less than half 55 cents. The the of the civil .
--- -
-, oolor. Bouquets of pink carnations, and gathering, but lose not this fact: period war.

Mra. F. L. Watson leaves today for roses and peach blossoms were used you want good representatives and poor people in our county and state He was a good citizen iu all the FOR SrPIBIXTENDEXT-Through OF the BOARD columns OF oi PCMJCINSTRUCTION the

Jacksonville to spend several montbi atlord to send their children walks of life.
in all the rooms and the lights be at the polls voting as you see for j I can scarcely Banner I ask the support of the citizens of

with her mother, Mrs. W. B. Leake. the man desire. I shall take little to school at such a heavy expense He had not been in Citra loiii be- Marion county for the nomination of county
; throughout the house were shaded in you Superintendent of Pub.ic Instruction I wish
--- -----
.' Chief W. C. Bull left yesterday for pink. of your time in reading this my these books now cost us and I fore he made his impress upon the to thank them for past favor and if elected

for I myself and shall do my best to bring this law in community and was soon elected a I shall make every i-flort to improve the schools
am busy
,= Memphis, Tenn., to purchase a pair of Messrs. Fishel and Goodsell were platform along all lines. Respectfully
effect in Florida.I member of the school board and was
F iF hones for the Ocala Fire Department. stationed in the library and their" I take this medium of telling you W. D. CARS.

/} beautiful music received many favorable I where I stand. I shall favor. a com believe in a "lalmr contract law.. made collector of taxes for the county

I,; Hoti. Robert Mc\amee. of Tampa, pulscry poll tax.Ve have many No man has a right to employ the aud in both offices was faithful, FOR SHERIEF hereby announce myself a
" comments. candidate for the office of sheriff of Marion
\ a promineut candidate for congress, I man who has set in to work for and official.
you
The receiving party included the men in our county who never paid paius'aking tflkifnt county subject to the action of the democratic

spent a short while in the city yester I dollar tax in their lives. can't quit uutil said contract is car. The negroes Tound in him a friend primary to be heldfav 10, and If elected win
one poll
hostess, the honorees, anI"*. attend to the duties of the office to tile best of
I
day. Clarence Camp. The parly in which I shall work to effect a change in ried out. and carried their disputes to him for I my ability. Soliciting the support of the demo

)Ir. J. M. Mathews is iu Ocala today they received is done iu pale Hue our school system. I thiuk the negro My friends, I have plainly stated to settlement. He was always glad to I crat voters,I am Yours J.,FRANK eta PELOT.

and had a successful operation per. and is an especially attractive room. should support nU school and the you my views honestly and squarely.I give them the benefit of his counsel. -

formed on his little son at the hospital Miss Leta Camp opened the door bite man his school. The taxpayers am but a plain fellow and say what Those in want and distress went to Foa TAX ASSESSOR-Believing that I have'
filled the office of Tai Assessor to the satisfaction
I mean and mean what I I had him with the of listeningear
say. assurance a
niue tenths of this
yesterday. are paying
for the callers and took the cards. ot most people and knowing that I am
rather leceive not a single vote thanto and hand. and to do the work
She looked very sweet in a white amount and the negro gets the benefit. : a helpful now qualified equipped M
I Miss Georgia Smith returned yesterday well as any one respectfully ask the voter* of
deceive you. If you vote for I By good words and good deeds he
Id this ? The white
just or right
Mr. organdie: dress with a pink sash.: I Marion county for a re-nomination on the loth
afternoon from a visit to
Mrs. David S. Woodrow! lovely in man should be relieved of the black Floyd you will not regret so doing. left bfhiud: him in the community he of May. ALFRED AVER.
,
and Mrs. Christian Ax at the
I burden and I will work to that end if Your interests are mine and my interests loved so long and so well a memory -
pale blue tissue, and Mrs. J. M. Ben. Foa THE LEGISLATFRE want to represent
t Meadows.Mrs. .
elected. yours. So stick to Floyd andI aud an influence that will be felt fur Marion county in the neat legislature and to
V ton, handsome in white cloth. received -
that end solicit the vole of all democratic dUsens
E. L. Wartmanu, Allison in the hall. .I I shall favor a local "no fence" law pray see better times.. a long time. I at the comicg primaries,

,. Wartrnann and Miss Mary Wart- Miss bara Harris invited the guests I in sections where the people living in Yours very truly, Four children survive him, Mr*. R. JOHM B. FLO\D

mann, of Citra, were shopping in from the parlor into the back hall, said sections desire such a law. The JOHN B. FLOYD. C. Douglas Miss byrd Wartmauu, Ed FOR COLLECTOR announce my candidacyfor

F- Ocala yestmlay.Mr. I where punch was served by Miss people voting Ill si eh an issue and if Irvine, Fla.Children's. L. Wartmann and Kyle Wartuiann. the office of tax collector for Manon county
. subject to the action of the democratic p ny at
He buried from the Methodist
Emerson I Violet Harris and her attractive the majority desire "no fence" they Coughs snd Colds. was the primary to be held May 10.
and Mrs. J. L. begin
x yesterday in the Massey guest, Miss Cornelia Ahlum, of I can have it so, one man in a vicinity Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327: E. let tit.Hutchinbou church at 3 Sunday afternoon, K L. CAulY'
housekeeping --
South Mobile. The former wore white can tyrannize and oppress all of his Kan., writes: "I have Rev. H. B. Frazee conducting the Foa THE LEGisLATtRE hereby announce
in the second ward on
coy tag candidacy for member of the legitlatnre
t tissue and the latter wore a pink neighbors with a few goats or one or given Ballard's Horehound Syrup to funeral hervices. my
;- Watula street! I from Marion county,subject to tbe action of the
The casket covered with floral
-- dress, both decollete. two "razor backs," causing more my children for coughs and colds for was democratic. primary to be held May :a

Mrs.' John A. Cobb, of Tallahassee From the punch bowl Mrs. E. L. trouble aud expense than they are the past four years, and find it the offerings I CEO. C. UATHCWS.Uroteaatonal. .

who has been visiting Mrs. Frank L. Carney asked the ladies into the dining worth one hundred times over, and best medicine I ever used." Uulike )Ir. and Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, of
.
Watson for several days will ret urn room, where a group of Ocala'b the owner refuses to IItJllit auy price many cough syrups it contains nil Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Irvine, of - .

I borne this afternoon. causing his neighbors to build extra Orange Lake, Bud many other friends $BIGGS.
1 y prettiest young ladies, Misses Sue opium.but will soothe and heal any T. _

Barco, Gertrude Pereda and Johnnie I fences and repair their old ones at a disease of the throat and lungs quicker from the county attended the funeral. ATTORXEY-AT.LAW.

L% gri ppe coughs yield quickly to L'ddon, were serving. Miss Burco cost far more than the property (belonging than any other remedy. 23c. 50c. The Ocala Banner extends its sym (Office in Gary.Agnew Block.)
., the wonderful curative qualities of OCALA. PtORlDA
the stricken
wore white crepe de chene and Miss to some one else) is worth. and $1.00 at Antimonopoly DrugStore pathy to family.
Foley's Honey and Tar. There is t D. FULLER,
Pereda, a white emoroidnred dress!, Now, understand, my friends, I can and 'lydl &s& Co. m Wakeful Children.For 1L _
nothing else "just all good." Postoffiee
while Miss! Liddon's dress was pale not make such a law as this without I long time the two year old DENTIST.
drugstore. m Ocala Looses Some Good Citizens, Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank Ocala. Fla.T .
pink organdie.The you desire it yourselves. A petition child of Mr. P. L. McPherson, 59 N.

a Mrs. Conoly Mrs. E ton's milliner, table wa beautiful with an gotten up und voted on properly Rev. J. R. Biggs and Mr. Festus Tenth tit., Harrisburg, Pa., would M. THOMPSON.

left yesterday for Allant and other exquisite: centerpiece embroidered in where such a law is desired and the Biggs and family will leave tomorrow Bleep but two or three hours in the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.

: cities to purchase the spring millinery pink awl white poppies on which was largest vote counts in favor or against for King's Creek, Maryland, where early part of the night, which madeit Office over Tea-pot OCALA.Grocery FLA.Opp Montetnma.

";, for that establishment. a tall vase filled with pink carnations.The the issue in question, and if carried they will en gage in the cattle busi very hard for her parents. Her -

I" candies were pink and pink candies "no fence" these: men in their district ness.King's mother cencluded that the child had EDWIN SPEN E R

:\Hss Florrie CrooK, who has been were used in the caudlebra. must fence themselves off (at Creek is beautifully locatedon stomach trouble, and gave her half ATTORNEY-AT-LA,

spending the past two mouths with the Chesapeake: bay a few miles OCALA. 7-8-T FLORIDA
Vases of districts
carnations were seen on the their expense from the other ) I of Chainbeilain's Stomach and Liver
her sister, Mrs. A. E. Gerig, returned south of Baltimore and U in easy
bullet aud mantel the
whole being of course this could be done cheaply I Tablets, which quieted her stomach J H. CHASE _

t t'i to Palatka yesterday.Mrs. most elective against the blue walls for the inside fences will ba more access of our beet markets Baltimore
,.; and she slept the whole night througb. DENTIST,
of the room. than sufficient to build the outside Washington, Philadelphia, etc., and Two boxes of these Tablets nave OCALA FLA

W. B. Troxler, who has been I I Many were the compliments heard fence. One man or a few men cannot the freight rates,compared with other effected a permanent cure and she is
of the winter inI L. SlS1'1lUTOnU.IT.LAw..
spending portion places, are cheap. now well and strong. For sale by CARLOS
from everyorfe on the beauty of )frs.Camp's or should not dictate and run a community -
". Ocala with her son, Mr. T. W. Troxltr, Rev. J. R. Biggs is an earnest and all druggists and medicine dealers m .
"at home. against the wishes of the
k has returned to her home at Vaiden, Room 4. Masonic Building.Ocala,Fla. ) III
consecrated minister of the Christian
f Mrs. Camp was unusually lovely ina many-and I shall favor assisting the Card Clubs Entertain. ---

C Mississippi. gown of pale pink crepe de chene. districts sending me their petition church and leaves behind him a good The card club, the Original Whist

makes the record and we commend him to the Club and the Married Ladies Card SOMETHING NEWHARDWARE.
Foley's Kidney Cure Miss Annie Jfurney looked very with all in my power to effect and

i kidneys and bladder right. Contains good people among whom he will Club both met Wednesday afternoon
handsome in a white embroiderednet carry out their desires and to live in ,

nothing injurious. Postoffiee drugstore make his new home.Mr. the regular day for the meeting.Mrs. .
gown trimmed with bunches of peace and harmony with each otter.

m white silk violets. I shall support and work hard fora Festus Bggs baa been an em- Edward Hiller was the gracious [Un II. FUhel's 013 Stc!.]

Mr. Allen Holton, the talented and Miss Jessie Nuruey wore an extremely 'vagrancy Ihw' no loafers allowed ploye here of the postoffice for the hostess of the former club and Mrs.A. .

popular impersonator, who gave becoming and lovely gown of about in our county, cities or towns. past ten years end under the different H. Marsh won the prize, a tortoise T. W. SMITH & CO.

"Pygmalion and Galatea" at the : grey voile embroidered in white and There are many strong, able bodied administrations he has served, he has shell comb set with brilliants. The

Armory Tuesday night returned to his given the same excellent service. His guests included Mrs. A. E. Hale Mrs. Dealer in general hardware, Farm,
Mrs. Clarence Camp a gray Parisian men today (our busy time) who do ,
and mill supplies tin.
stoves
garden
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Nan Maeto home Wednesday. ...,, gown embroidered in white aud gray nothing but walk around picking a quiet, unassuming manners has won Mrs. E. il. Howard, Miss Francis ware, wire fencing.8&8h.doors, blinds,
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and looked particularly well. banjo or guitar. We want him to him friends and King's Creek will Hill, Miss Hattie Rosenbaum, Miss paints, oils, etc.Remember ,
floor
The wood work on the second
have few better citizens. Mona Hiller and the club members. the place \o. 3 Westside
Miss Mildred Nurney was the picture work but he will not for love or
of the Merchants' block has been repainted -
of girlish simplicity in a pretty money will not get him in your field, Danger of Pneumonia. The married Ladies Card Club was of court house square, Magnolia
week which
within the past street.
pale pink dress hand embroidered in entertained by Mrs. B. A. Weathers
beans etc' need
adds greatly to the appearance of that your peas, potatoes, A cold at this time if neglected is Mr. T.V.. SMITH, with 17 leaN
pink. gathering and will soon spoil, he cares in a very charming manner. Mrs. .
experience manager.Motto"Qaiek
offiee building. liable to cause pneumonia which is
popular They all carried bouquets of pink ArenU, of Rochester, N. Y. and Mrs. Sales Shall
so often fatal, and even when the ,
of Monticello carnations and were a very attractiveand Millionaire's Poor Stomach. Clarke, of New York City and Mrs. ,'
Miss Carrie Bailey, patient has recovered the lungs are Profits

who has been the admired visitor ofore. much admired group of ladies. The worn out stomach of the over weakened, making them peculiarly Hiss, of East Orange, N. J., were the -

fed millionaire is often paraded in invited guests present.
Clarence Camp for the past three Now for the Prima riej. susceptible to the development of It has been the custom time out of
for visit toMrs. public prints as a horrible example of Mrs. Louis R. Chazal won the prize,
a
'. weeks left Wednesday The democratic campaign com- consumption. Foley's Honey and memory for gentlemen to resent acts
great wealth. But mllionaires are not an embroidered center piece.
Joel E. Tucker, of Live Oak mittee, of which Dr. J. G. Baskin,of Tar will stop the cough heal and of gross discourtesy and instead of
before returning to her home. the only ones who are afflicted with strengthen the lungs and and prevent More Riots.
f. t Dunnellon, is chairman, will meet tomorrow showing a littleness spirit is clearly
bad stomachs. The proportion is far pneumonia. Poetoffice drugstore m Disturbances of strikers are not
i. in the office of Messrs. Allred I an evidence of gentitlly and good
the toilers. Dyspepsia
Ford the lucky greater among
Mr. George H. was individual disorder
[ as an
& Davis for the purpose of formulating and indigestion are rampant among J. Frank Pelot. nearlp as grave breeding. Our esteemed contemporary
Mexican
winner of the handsome Overwork loss
rules and regulations for 'govern these people, and they suffer far The above named gentleman is a of the system. I U pardonable for any lack of

drawn work center piece that was ing the primaries and fixing the worse tortures than the millionaire i candidate for sheriff and his card of sleep, nervous tension will be followed knowledge in affairs of this sort.

t, raffled by the ladies of BL Margaret'sGuild assessment of candidates. unless they avail themselves of a announcing his candidacy will be by utter collapse, unless a reliable *

t of the Episcopal church. The The full committee for the standard: medicine like Green's Aug. found in today's paper. remedy is immediately employ All Floridians sympathize with Ex.

!I drawing took place Tuesday night at county ust Flower, which has been a favorite )(r. Pelot is a native of the county ed. There's nothing so efficient to Gov. Bloxham in the death. of Mrs,
will meet Monday for the purpose of household remedy for all stomach. '
the Armory. having been born In Ocala soon after cure disorders of the liver or kidneysas Bloxham. w
adopting the work of the campaign troubles for over thirty:five years.
r Flower the the civil war. Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful
August rouses torpid liver
t FoUj's Honey and Tar. committee and doing whatever else Mr. McNamee says that the cam.
Cure coughs and colds. Is necessary for holding: the primary thus creating appetite and insuring He is a young man of excellent tonic and effective nervlne and great I
perfect digestion. It tones and vital est all around medicine for run down paign In Marion will not warm up
Cures bronchitis and asthma. election. habits and fine character, and is extremely *
r' j. izes the entire system and makes life systems. It dispels nervousness, for a month yet
Curee croup and whooping cough. popular in his own community -
Turpsetie-e Weodsraan. worth living, no matter what your rheumatism and neuralgia and expels:
I Cures hoarseness and bronchial Woodsman with 11 yean experience station. Trial bottles 25c; regular and would be just as popular in malarial germs. Only 60c. and satisfaction No true friend of Hearst will DM

i troubles.Cures pneumonia and lagnppe. wants position at once. Box 23 size 75c. For Sale by Anti-monopoly other communities if he was as well guaranteed by Anti-monopoly ., him for selfish ends. That's doiof

Postofflce drugstore. m Dunnellon, Fla. 2194t Drug Store. J J known im them aa be Is In his own. Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m him "dirt.l.c
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THE THE CCVCBIOK'S SCC01D LEITE8.We repeats the story that be has done CUI GUBEIMTOBUL CANDIDATES. : LOCAL HOT SHOT
OCALA BANKERMOTTO t
.tr96latIy nothing for any point west I iProverbs

another lets of the St. Johns river. all four of the |cI c
priat'tfdty: -opea The Herald regard !I fatieEiiarof tif Ocala Baas*;
nl -.1Z. %!::-:. The foternor' reading* to Admit
: t let1' from Covertor Jeiu 111 .. ---., : v......... I .. Le stnpeodoaae of Mr. Taltafern't -
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1M Taliaferro. work far the improvement the as loyal friends of Florida, anyone I M. Bareo mile the o&rf oizbUt the 1Vhen the better won't

Tbe e&acal *a *>li ** the p ie.ukitj harbor along the east coast f.f Florida of \Ii hum. if nominated and elect
: Smoker into )Jr. Robert L. Ander- I come put a penny in the
,rr ;" reader will otrve that it bears yet decrying bU effort* for the edm do all he can for whit be j jeoceden'iooely .
: done I .1Uco9on of utthties- chum," b an od! time dairy
: western section of the state is <>ns pablteprtSe
gc b a cLfjoc resemblance: to nit former believes the rood of

efI1- ; for lb.- parpje of arousing a prrja- Aader-oa's remarks I proverb. It often stems to
Mr. : !
: letter as to U readily taken for a ur.I th. state. For this rh'UlJ. The H raid ry
; dice ia the mind or the voter fccaae *-

,,; ...-PI'1CJ I tin CCJ.T. it is known that Mr. Flaglet u not "disttenajug iUcIi" about atWttiLO.aiaElettria' (LiCbt: plant I work though no one has e\'t"rt8kl

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It u a labor of iter tion. t the East the outcome of tbe race. wh5.
t r or i own* larzi en L-i iu* a failure, t r.,u.3t up a matterof

The gotertcr repeats whAt be tid !I Coast and LO lattrtaa on: the West Tbe c&Ddid.tfoi, being human bare gr.-.t imp< rTtan-a to ifae *WD. The \VhBtothere are worried

.-. 4 in bit forger letter, i. *.: ThAt heca JCe 6\1. made errors in the pact, s fast shish debate-< r the lad qt ii u-, up ,a Mr. htt .;hn&ca do
17W.ltL t:
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i Occupying the hh position to nand -/:

see totbicg ralratoloas ia Senator i! which be has been called by the in- at lrfcst one of them manfully admit, B..re eko-iuz his eireen, should bate Baia rwil fleahA -:

TalUferro'a !seecno? thE pale of efSortjoa bat a consciousness of pat mistakes flfat chatter in
I i teHijrent voters of the lute this I beru marked ** the a
: THE BASEL EEUZVIXG I jive them Scott's Emu!
the Indian War (CUiiit bill through I the part of the governor is not a will serve to guard them azait terrors I rtory : 101 be cooiiau l io nur next." say
WELL AEtE TO
THC* AT THE 1OP
ti.e: cocirrtss of the Cuitti sutw and I praU* onhy oce.i in the future. If men are to citiI 51'..
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TAKE CARE 07 THEMSELVES, HAS i If Mi Aud-r war wru-ir, *c -
pLarttg In the treasury of tb- etate of I It is true that senator Taliaferro tie condemned for mitI.kt'Ableb It is >!ke the in th-
TAKES ITS ETA D IX THE EAEEI- z-t ...u.l iiKe to ku-iw It. And if penny
Fbrida tb-asm cf more thin a halt tau succeeded in cnrin* very large f I
ADD WITH THE COJOC05 PEOPLE, tby acknowledge l M well as fur those milk because it works
Mr. Birtx. birceif anibe
million collars to lea the burdensof appropriation for the East ('out and ; c a eu-:aln by

AID ITI FIOHT WILL EE JUDE FOB the people.Tte / I I Iallrlurtdtsns; ono are loyal to all which they deny, bat few of u!! willescap. fete and ti 'urr* we ,. ;11 l.: delighted. aue there k something

THE EETTEBSfEST- Of THf E AT THE zovert.or w entirely pardonable.We i section of the state and can rise .. >doubt, too, Mr. Anderson, will U astonishing about it.Scett's .

KTTTOX.- know Mia of people: woo do not I superior to local prejudices eboald be Senator Brown, ih Marion county glad to know mi be if wron -for it
-. -. -- -_.- --- nritb tredit for hisprr'otmauceat j Emulsion is
-- ---- -- -- give Grant very patriotic enough to hold op his hand where limp v
candidate u
!a gentleman '
would naturally make a Urge -
property
FRIDAY, MARCH 4 15* 4. Appomattox nor the .i' aid: pr.i=e Lim for_his work. friendship it highly valued by the a mrik: of pure cod liver od
Duke of WeLiSf ton very high boner I Bat the statement that Senator be owner in ton feel comfortable to
editor of The Hi-rald. Assuredly, with
HELPFUL OR HUITFUL TO HEARST for bu achievement at the tattle Taliaferro baa done nothing for the i bas the beat interests of the state at kuow that the electric 1:jbt plant, the some h-pophoiphiki

of Waterloo | West Coast will cot hold water. I heart; and while not a brilliant man u.llin and rnoLt valuable asset of ispecially prepared for delicate

The critics of tbeae dialli>2JUbe>l Further along in hu letter itm
A letter LM bran !lint oat from I intellectually, be U blessed *ith Ocala is a lUeceTwfui investment and stomachs.
soldiers with much troth that tJ@ that claims that
say i en the governor i .
Jacksonville which says that abootiityJeadinicdemw the armies of Lee and Napoleon had the senator U himself largely inter ernor.enough Kb ability asimadvereions to make a good go his, a (>ayin{institution. Children take to it naturals;
upon i
-rat mgt in Ja k- simply Born themselves: oat In over- ested in this West Coast and reads opponents particularly the newspapers The age of the plant or ratter the because they like the tats

tonville on the first instant to bold a rnareiiiLg and over%!gnucg and; the him the riot act for doing eo much in may be regarded purely as cam- length ot time the ton ba o'" ned it, and the remedy takes JIM is

result would have been the same bis own behalf. its Its content, ,.r articles of
conference in the interest of WilliamYandolph paingn matter and of no serious i Oil .
whoevtrta.i: been in command of the The average man generally yieldsto naturally to the children U
Heart for the democratic import except to himself, and it is macniuery, utensils, dynamos,
vietonow force at the time of the I self interest, and if Senator lalia- .
him weakens hiC&l.Idld.cy it is
serious to because it cause so perfectly adaptedto
or.
iu (
pr ldfnt nomination.Mr. espituhtion of the armies of the ferro is largely interested in the Wet eLgbe., etc., present condition
This is one of his present
) Heart wa repre*n led by: tlsbecreury 5otl.d.U. : Confederacy: and the armies I' Coast why should he be hostile to it? mistakes, but: as u iof little moment bonier Lis.., i B trnui' (-.tp.&eiry at.d their want

Mr. Iu Ibmn.. of Fr nee. Tbe Oeklawaha river, Cryetal river it may be pardoned.Mr. p".d to pay iterlf-are all matttn For all weak and pale and

The setter 86" that the tntileeo?- Yetttereare others Vo bo fcty that Port Tampa, Port InglU, Homoeaj *, Brown is not considered as thai must be taken into accouu.* thin children Scott's Emulsion
thet.t: t aoldtera in Europe, one after j Carrabelle, Apalaehicola, Pe&sacoln, I
frenc _arraogrd by Mt. J. N. C. having any chance, but be may develop Tbw sill" fit fur Mr. Ihr:', to show to
'. another: with grea'Jy superior Ocala, Gainesville, and other points, sufficient strength to decide the is the most satisfactory treatment
Htockton who warmly and eahu'i- lfioia to all of the St. Johns prove hit ca* ".
cumbers, met h'apoleoa's are west river, contest in favor of one of the other
astically supporting Mr. Heartt. their fcorrow, and that McClellin and Senator.Taliaferro has worked candidates. Mr. AuJers-Ju "ui<>n" other things -
We ill send
That one of tbe moat LoUteit: Barteide. Hooker and Meade, one I most strenuously and successfully for What is said of Mr. Brown seems hid t., ",r.ppie wllh the much mooted the w /. you
after another failed to do what Ordntv appropriations for all these places! penny. c., a
things connected with the conference applicable in considerable measure flu lIl.1nOil i'j whe.ber or not it pn sample free.
:ly .t' ,mpli. h! and. besides, has introduced private
Hon. B.
to Napoleon Broward, tbe CIt the electric :
of Mr. Clime vale 'J iIcr-bip plant
the aUenee
WM betber a greater soldier th..n bit claims for individual,, ''such as Eich candidate from Duval He t* ton Ut tb pci, s a

UEngle, tdtUir of the Fr/rida sao snn.tdiat: prHecer-sors or not, (,taut elberger's cotton claim and pensions has made errors, political county.and otherwise would give u, Letter and cheaper tie., -...'. ta.I e+..... ....!... tui MSCOTT

and Lairs Journal, who .< .*! not ins it zenrrally so rrmrdtd by butonans for Indian and Mexican war veterans but he is true to Florida and fiSht ana Its-I eXpUive to the tax .q :0..,

Tiled to be prt: out an9 Uk part ia and occupies a ttixti nu-he in the who live west, of the St. Johns river. has the ability tn discharge the dutiesof P4JtIS luau lowu giverumeui & BOWSE

hallof fau.e. She governor to the contrary not. His Chemists,
however
the conference- governor. candidacy, give.
For bin performance at Appomattox withstanding, we repeat that Senator ia not taken as teriouely aa }lr.Bruwl1'M. 409 Pearl St., S. V.
The 8nn and L\bm J".r.al e ;>j Mr. B.d."r, i'i aiie lawyer anti
the tfLoie world pas him homage.To Tliaferrn bat never permitted tbeSt. fur .. ..
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many persist in regarding ad it eo s3 .. ..
one of Mr. Hear.t' fir.' .pprttn in the editor of the Ocala B.nnrr. Johns river to become a boundarylire 10 Mli'Cc==fuliliicr: are /pused Oa a
it simply as a political reconnob- - --
Florida and i* uH aideotly supporting .Lois not a "candid* for biTbaferr -> place, barricading and paralyzing hid ruts in behalf of Hon. Jno. X. C.tocktoD. (mention ul viui hui>oruuce. bah How a Oiitiifttiik Ctfttt Was

: him.
the Indian War Claims money, in state or any citizen thereof who has
The rtaoon for wit inviting %r.IJJDgle inclined to look upon Mr. Broward's turn 'llieii disc-usstou of the fcdiu.r t>t :he uola D+saereverar
view of everything pertaining to ir, a lawful claim against the govern-
'Us Dot because hie loyalty candidacy in this light, a view in this mailer: will euli hteu us to our year a5'o 1 .ttoIr..a data
if not a rniraeuloja, it occur. to him ment.
which it is confirmed by the reflection

to Mr. Heri U of a .1OU sUulatUnti- a* certainly a marvelous performance. The late C. B. Collins: aeema: to have that Mr. Broward certainly has beuedl M citizen au t tax payers. and wits under waxy obUgiUout tu anumld

ty or quality but a* openly etatrd, What rt'k4 an exaruiuatioo reveal sired him up about: right when be the sagacity to perceive the futility Tbe columns of our city papers of friends ant apsalalaseee

i< oetaue he it not aupix,rting 3IrritockU Cll. \V. Jouw, who won his spurs aid be bad talked lest and done more the efforts which he is making ostensibly should be open to them. Sow, as M i, therefor their boepttality loW far 1M

a..l"iDIOUe of the dbieit eou itttutlon- than any representative we bad ever in his behalf and general courtesy of all wttfc wkoM I
n for United rjtate: :* inaUr. own can expect Bareo started this disturbance, "by
al lawyers in the Cnllec1 .Statet*senate, sent to the senate.
The editor of the Ocala Banner, to derive only some indirect jumping on" Mr. Anderson excuse became acquainted, to 1M ttrai(,r
failed I after twelve years trial!, to cols Tb governor repeats the che..tnut benefit from bU campaign.The : .

wLoU president of the Hearst Club ect thin claim. that Senator Taliafeno bas not introduced race, according to the opinionof these bounding words, for I am just within their gatw.

of Ocala, the coad club organised lion. Wilkinson Call, a killed a bill, resolution or amendment tbe majority of political experts, ott tbe street) I think be should "openthe This Winter I iprat Ae (r.ai
in Florida, and who, Mr was Pr: diplomat and able lawyer, who served embodying any principle of the ia between Hun. Dannitte H. Mays, ball." portion of February vutticg variwH

bapa the tint iu the mate io favorably iu the senate for eighteen years, democratic platform, which be holds of Jeflerson, and CoL iioliertV.. Yours for more light, parts of Florida looking for a later

.. f.llrd. he wad commanded to do. Davls, of I'uiuatu. BoLl of three are Jxo. G. REAKD.I.V. boiue. Havingdetermieml hrfrarterto
announce Mr. hesrst's pmideutulaipir
Hon. camuel Paitc-d, noted for bin But it is remembered with some gentlemen of high character and unquestioned
-- -- -- the colder tIN
spend
nest.01
tioo., war aW, not iuvited, degree of distinctness that tbe platforms -
tin'lt"i served twelve
Industry, years ability. The latter is bel .. rl. Wilraans-Post Stntiaeed.

while others from Ocala, not meiu- 10 the senate,yet iu the collection of of 1896 and I'M; were not enthaaiaatically ter known throughout the state, Judge Locke has sentenced Mrs. winter lit the south, and retlaelnber.

hereof tbe club, Were couxplcuouslyprertnt. this claim, likewise! failed. approved by a majorityof having been prominent in political log your community *o p4aasdy I

In the 1 >''er bowie Davidson served the voters of the United htitea, attain for years, and there in not a Helen Wilwau Post to on; year and again visited Ocala with Ate t4 in

; fourteen yearn, and wad succeeded by and an administration both in the county in which he Is without warm oue day's imprii-ouiueut i" the view. Sot knowing Mat a r.watlegUUture
Mr. Htocktoniu
It seems to us that it
Mallory, Hintee, Finley. Bullock, legislative and executive departmentsof friends and ardent admirers. He is a Federal peuitenury at Nashville. bad M .
eua < U .
ie sincere hit iupMrt( of Mr. Hear.it Cooperl.-., and all failed. tbe government, hostile to the man of magnetism, the best "stump" --- - -- tenaui

he would not have narrowed this Like McCIellan, BuruMde, linker principles enunciated in sid plat- speaker in Florida, a loyal democrat which require tratfef M uk MM a

1 meeting down lo only include hid\ I II Mud Meade, these men in turn pr- forms, was enthroned in power, and whose public record is without a BALD HEADS license, u>y oa aN I west bud

(not Hearst'D) aupixirter! I formed K o e marvelous: feats of geu- in the face <>f which to attempt to single stain and whose history is a ihtXJtlLg the day afM Mfr amvai

tllllIJlp, but! failed to get the UiOnfty enact those principles into laws' guarantee that, if chosen: governor and upon uiy mot to tW a.o..a a
admires tbe
The wan
average man lu snape: tu turn into tile treasury of were as idly as t<> attempt to beat he would give the state a clean and
gentleman who asaosaaed Uarrlf
COVERED
u bo can, wheu th,j o nation detntudu for ftute ol Florida.TalUferro back the tides of the o euu with a creditable administration. The Herald a

it, rise cupfrior to Liinnelf and In- did this, and like Grant, htraw.rjeuator. cannot but regret that such a the deputy .berltdesae Isis sty Ttassetautt

count tilggtr than himself which Mr.Stockton as long as ftuccess ti (tie standard of Taliaferro i.\ t-uurt-ly will- lovable: admirable: wan should beheld served u:.. mt balsas pxprte. t'J..
With Luxuriant Hairand Crusted
iu calling this confereuce.faiieJ measurement, will be given the larger lug to leave that tort of pretence/: recxjUaible ft>r the errors of his purport ut bMk 1 Mkt ww that 1

bhare of credit for iu collection. statesmanship to the gallery performer friends was uader hu *..r.c41UM, aid trot
to do, and iuntead ..f being Cleansed and
That M all there ia to it. Mr. Maya is not m any sense a brilliant Scalps
appear before n Jo..... W l.. .P.ce
helpful we fear it will prove hurtful to rilakniK:; of the part played by [We shall make further commentson man, but be is giiled with sound |

Mr. HearBt'o aspirations, especially if Taliaferro in the collection of this the governor's letter just as judgment kUi-plemeuud by sterlaug Purified byCUTICURA foriufriDfriUHM IW UM 0( Kwr-

his Becrelary was i a party to the pros Ilillll, the late C. H. Collins went out soon as H'e have the. fepaoe.] integrity, and, being well acquaintedwith id" L'irm ..,ail,, IMF ..id the
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ceediugx. of his way to pay the foKowiag tri READ IT THROUGH. the wishes of the people and ju.tieeo! the pease Mal a eonhaattd

--- bute to him: with conditions throughout the stale, SOAP him to the bout, sad I ............. l.

"A few jean ago we tent a Jacksonville i is well tquipped to fill tbe gubernatorial a
4.I mer- Twoald This meet this oi eer. I ex .4.tM4
chant named Taliaterro to toe senate-a man i Spoil Story to tell it in to tli.
office. He is a plain farmer
who cannot make hurrah ,
J a speech if he should the Headlines.To that I was a .u.tf .... ..,.
-. i try and who baa sense enough not to try. He but has had euttideut experience in ,111
.. hat not been there long but he hat done use an eighteenth phrase
is .. a century Assisted by Light Dressings of visiting the state aid vaur
t greater thing for his sute than any other man the legislature to enable him to decide 'ly tfuur

fr'., chance we have or ever tome tent act to of represent shrewd judgment ua. By tome, begot this happened is an in"o'er a small true Virginia tale. town Having in wisely when passing upon propokid Cuticura the Great Skin Cure. ant of the riUtew vt say rash U "

our Indian war claim of aged memory laws, should that duty be giveu but that I Huukl
not make ..
au .
tacked on to a bill which had plenty of friends the winter of 19Q-J, it is a story > pie.
and behold the long yearned for half million him by the votes of the people. -
dollars will soon be ours. I suppose that Mr. very much of the present. Up to a ignorance acute 1 knew that 1f1lUftWa
Talla/erro ha The conclusion is that democrats This treatment at once stops falling
had
never a more persistent and short time Mr John E.
ago Harmon Oi Uw war MM VeYspdet. d a bar uprcfcwcutiou. .
M consistent factional opponent than this writer need not hesitate to vote for any one hair, removes crests scales acd dan-
and I thought that we made a poor selection of Mel fa, ttanteo'a.! ., had ho personal .
in a senator but I am ready to admit that Iwa of the four candidate*; but, if the draff; destroys hair parasites soothes They "' ""e4 ate tb*'
. knowledge of tbe curative
they wrong.accomplish.We judge The men traitor in this hat life made by a what fortune properties of Chamberlain's rare Cough ttebt opinion is to direct, tbe choice Irritated, itching suffices, stimulates the maximum fine, if I .*......oi

to pnvate life and gnat success in bill pub lies between Messrs. Davis anti Mays the hair follicles,loosens the scalp skin,
correctly wa flw for h oA
lic be ea u.
career M must be a greater man thai Remedy. January, she says,
The I talker. Who know but that he like Senator either of whom can be depended on applies the roots with energy and nourishment
;; Hauoa, will become a great and forceful my I baby took a dreadful cold and at I replied that It wewed ire a Unacdjudicoun
if he can find time to turn t speaker to serve the state to the best ol their and mikes the balr grow upon
attention that
one time I feared she would have
under
way. In common with all our thinking citizens ability in the interests of all the & sweet, wholesome,he<hYlcaIp when all tbt etrvuut-
I am ready with my little word ol commenda pneumonia, but one of my neighborstold
. Woman lion for Senator Tabaferro and if at any time he people.-I'uuta Gorda Herald. all else falls.Millions stances! would be tu petted life to lkr
how this had cured
me remedy
want to know thing about
know anything any about and it i*anything proper that that I I her little boy and I began it to i now rely on Cuticnra Soap out the state Ikeese, aa4 aot tj ..r
giving
Who is discouraged! by a condition of ill. should impart the information he will not have The Belleview News Letter assisted by Cuticora Ointment, the
, '' health which fails to yield to the treat. to apply tor a tuphuma." my little baby and it soon cured her. organ skin for subjected to fatherthis i e..'.......... l''
great cure, preserving purifying
.. mint of local physicians will be glad to ..ee I heartily thank the manufacturers i of Senator Brown, candidate for gov. the justic ant irfi,.ty flMftf'dld
and the skin
beautifying far cletos-
4,. letter know, free.she can In consult a little more Dr. than Pierce thirty by We submit that giving an explanation of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for eroor, swears by all tbe gods at once Ing the scalp of crusts, scales and not respond and it wu stated to pave t

years.. Dr. Pierce, chief consulting physician and the sources of oue'H information placing HO great a cure within my that it will not print: the announce- dandruff and the stopping of falling the matter until the fott.w|.f day
to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical reach. I cannot recommend it too '
; in justification for the of candidates haIr, for softening, whitening and
at
ment corporation
pubs
: Vo ben I could
Institute. Buffalo, :\. Y., assisted by his highly or too much in iU favor.I eoaaulc wtth IIt4e..... in
nay
licaliou of a statement is not i soothing red, rough and sore hands for
a i
of : repetition -
staff of This is
nearly a score interestingand
physicians of the hope all who read this, will try it and any price. very I| baby rashes, Itchlogs and chafing for Ocala in regard tu the data*.
has treated and cured hundreds of thou. story, yet the II
sands of weak and sick women. All governor seems to think tbat be convinced an I wan." For sale by moves The Herald to ask if the annoying Irritations. or too free or \\ bile not diMHifeittg t|%' p..sq ...f.f ,

: and correspondence sacredly confidential.is held as strictly Address private Dr. it is and refers to it several times and all druggifito- -and--medicine- dealer, m News-Letter Is able to discern a corporation t. offensive weaknesses perspiration, and many, sanative for ulcerative, antiseptic any measures which U.. nUN. .. a

-" R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. V. criticises it as being pointedly unfair. There is an old conglomeration of candidate with a naked eye purposes which readily suggest state through their IrgMtetur* iu iv
themselves, as well as for all the -
After being subjected for some time to an The average reader, however, we words which, when once heard will and, if so, would it print for pay an j of the toilet and nursery. purposes i drew expedient, I do maintain tlaan
female trouWe. Mrt. Minnie
Tlllotton annoying, of I'otoma'rnnlhoD ay Co., 111.. Box think will freely acquit Senator Talia continue to ring in one's bead for advertisement of such a monster I Complete treatment for every bumonr, intelligent community steel, a. tbac
, I > "I wrote to Dr. R. V. Piercewho at once ferro of any attempt at unfulrnew I I consisting of Cutlcura Soap to cleansethe
. un3er tood mY suSenag. and advised me to years-"Peter Pipers picked a peek of i. having a Jersey cow for sale Or I skin, Cutlcor. Ointment, to heal in and about Ocala U out rr|'rnBi4
Favorite Prescription' and 'Golden along this line.
take his in ita
Medical Ducovcry.: and use ado hu Lotion The pickled r 'pp'r." But tbe east coastplanters would be be permitted to buy a copy of the skin, and Cuticnra Resolvent Pills, I sentiment by such meuur .*
Tablet' and uppoMtonc' After uwnjr bu governor says he positively to cool and cleanse the blood, may DOW were taken in tbe caw which I have
ht or nine months I wai coiupletcly denies have seen this and gone it News-Letter for nickel?-Punta
the a
cute ever having stated that Hetia- be had for one dollar. A single set U detailed. Even If it were a quntkm

"I am critefnt to I>r.Pierce for his advice and tor Taliaferro had accomplished noth many better. Instead of picking i iI Gorda Herald. often sufficient to core the most torturing of
the kind and encouraRint letter he wrote to I disfiguring, itching, burning and public policy (and not one of f numoncour'eay -
me.female I would direaae.advise to COIL any U1t woman him.utitennf Prompt with and ing tbe since he has been a member of peppers by the peck they are picking Japan gives- -nine bushels of rice scaly humours, eczemas rashes and and plain |u.tlc. ti> a

respectful attention wilt be given and good senate. them by the carload and shipping. irritations, from Infancy to age, when stranger) no better t.'OUftif eeul N
adVIce received by w doing- In bill public addressee before the annually to each person over seventy all else fsJls.
them north to be used for pursued to turn away those who olhrN
The Common Sense /Medical Adviser, people Governor Jennings admits pickling years or under fifteen years of age. Said knoiVrat the world. Cntinm Zuotnut. I c. wise
in covers is sent and (,-tore of CkaceUw Cowl l'IIt.a... par 9W1 .>f QJ_ might desire to become rwldrnt
IrS large paper they
pages purposes are receiving
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that Senator Taliaferro hag OiBUont. Me Jepoct: r.aada. IT C5..wr.
free on receipt of 11 one-cent stamps to accomplished has been I hour q 1 Pun.so7sa.Ia eaix;BaaIoa.1g CoI.uj of Ocala form;,eral in"ntl iof t&tbI
of mailing only. Adores a great deal for the East Coast splendid prices!! for the pods.-Short I A strong Taliaferro club! A... 1'_lamp Cbua.Corp Sol PrainMun.S .
pay expense j I .. Uav or Bastes Can x"ry Uuaaar,* asS I ;year.
Dr. R. \. Pierce, Buffalo, Js". y. 'J /section. and in his printed letters Talks in Tlme.L'nioLe. organised iu Leesburg. U.I& .- I I Jtuix A. \\ \ 1.111.1.. H.

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THE GOVERNOR'S SECOND LETTER. Cv.v rn..." Jfiuiini next U'f'ks George 6. Mathews. I I I: YV""" "" ...".'"'.''1s'Y",.'. ...AAI .. .... .., -

"':,,"..tl.r T.tlulerr |$)!,iiii>ii and j March His friends all over the county will I if
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vote on the bill creating a departmentof read the ai-uouncenjent of Hon. Geo.
The next point Governor Jennings
labor, but in face of the fact that April MayThere G. Mathews for the legislature wild
nukes against senator Taliafcrro is ,
I oel: litor Taiiafrrr xwitiou baa received pleasure.The .
that liia bank in Tampa is a depository is a best time for doing
the i'v rat lr commendation gained as having I
<> > experience :J
of United litotes moneys and everything-that is, a time when a I ,
that these of cjamuelGouipere, president of the thing can be done to the best ad. already been a member of the legislature I
deposits have increase in The Prettiest Line ofMOLDING'
American Frderatiuii of Labor, and vantage, most easily and most ef ; his holding other official positions
recent years from $6i(100 to$'OO,000.A .
other labor leaders throughout the fectively. Now is the best time and contact with the world in

great deal was! aid in the public for purifying your blood. Why? ; j
country, the attack will s'rengthen other lands than ours, has expandedthe a
prints novae time ago about equator Because your system is now trying
rather than weaken efeuator Talia- to purify it-you know this by the scope of his vi-ion and broadenedhis

Thliaferro being connected with the ferro. These men, who are altogeth pimples and other eruptions that : intellect, which better fits: him for FOR FRAMES ETC., I f fEver
C. B. Rogers Company of Jackson
have face and
body.
er interested in the labor questionand come on your making laws.
viUe that said Carried in Ocala !
; company was guiltyOf have made it a life long study, Hood's Sarsaparillaand He is courageous m voicing his con May be bad from i
receiving rebates from the railroad
publicly announce that Senator Tn\\' victions; is: a ready debater; has a i

companies and that by doing t>o iaferro is their coufe.stent II.nd'alurd PillsAre fondness for public life, and is genial, : PITTMAN & SON f

r the wholesale business houses in the medicines to take-they do ,
friend. whole-souled and companionable.He .
Jacksonville had been stifled and fIn the work thoroughly and agreeablyand Sellers of Home Comforts.
the language of the Tampa never fail to do it. is going to make a thorough,

almost destroyed. Times it may well be said that Gov Hood's are the medicines you systematic canvass for the office and i I

Senator Taliafmo is connected eruor Jennings has made more have always heard recommended. wants his friends to rally to his sup. ,

with the C. B. Roger Company on ly blunders in the present campaign too"l highly cannot M recommend t spring medicine.Hood's Str When aptrillt we port. __

by virtue of being a stockholder be than candidate who baa ever tare it in the sprint w* all feel better through It Saved His Leg. '
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I any the ummer." MBS. S. H. Nut !McCr, Pa-

hay scarcely more to do with tt e been before the people of Florida. Hood's Sarsaparilla promise to P. A. Danforth, of Ll.Or..cge! GA., 'I

management of the company than The governor should cease writing cure and keeps the promise. suffered for six months with a fright.
ful running sore on his leg; but writes
an outsider.At letters for publication. It is not his 1
I Pleasant Affair at the Armory.Mr. that Bucklen's Arnica! Salve wholly

the end of the year he U bent a strong suit. cured it in live days. For ulcers,
Miller
and Mrs. R. Edward Lee
tabulated statement showing the net wounds, piles, its the best salve in the We Have Just Opened.
So Sweet and Pleasing in Taste. gave a dancing party at the Armory
world. Cure 25c.
earnings of the company and a check guaranteed. Only
Mrs. C. Peterson, 625, Lake St., last night complimentary to their two Sold by Antimonopoly Drug Store
for his of the
part profits. Topeka., Kan., speaking of Ballard'a attractive guests, Miss Christian Cook, and Tydings & Co. m The Newest.
The Nobbiest
But he did not seek to hide behind Horehound Syrup, bays: "It has of Brookaville and Miss Myrtle The f wt-llest,,

these facts. If the company were never failed to give entire satisfaction Fennell, of Gainesville.The The Hi Henry Minstrel.Hi .

and of all cough remedies, it is myfuoritt' Henry's famous minstrel showedto I
guilty of anyjobliquity: he was will. dance was begun at 7:30 o'clock
I confess to STRAW IIATSTo
and must my
shoulder his full of the a big house in Ocala last night.
lag to part and
Miss Cook
friends that it will do, and has done with Ii match led by

responsibility proceeded to show what is claimed for it, to speedilycure Mr.J. H. Mathews. Miss Cook was This minstrel visited Ocala last be seen V

that the rebates given by one of the a cough or cold; and it is so sweet charming in a black evening dress. winter and delighted all who saw In Caall Ocala.and gee.

railway companies doing bukiue&sat and so pleasing in taste 25c. 50c. and MiSt Fenuell was very pretty in pale them and this!: year they are much

that time wholly within the limits of $1 bottle at Antimonopoly DrugStore blue and Mrs. Miller wore a better than ever before.
organdie :
and Tydings & Co. m THE CHAMBERS SHOE GO.
The street parade in the afternoon
the state of Florida, did so, so as to a dainty white organdie dress.

Jacksonville commercial Alfred wasap.rcursor of the evening's per.
put on a Ayer There were fifty :young people who OCALA FLA.
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a footing with savannah and instead Mr. Ayer's card aunouncing his participated in the dance and all formance.

of the wholesale business houses candidacy for re-election to the office were enthusiastic in their praise of The singing was far above the

being stifled that the wholesale! of assessor of revenue for Marion this enjoyable attain ordinary, the jokes, acrobatic feats, -- -

grocery firms alone had multiplied county will be found ID today's paper. L. Goodsell and L. Fishes music and all the specialties were all
Messrs. ,
T THE[ FLORIDA f FRUIT !AND TRUCK[K GROWER.(
, from four to twenty eight and the Soon after Mr. Ayei'd entrance into Ocala's splendid violinist and pianist, of a high order of merit and all the

gentleman who had made the charger office there was an almost radical who are in great demand at all social performers received encore after OCALA FLORIDA.

f against Senator Taliaferro in rectiv- change in the method of assessingand and encore.
functions most spirited
, played One Year SI.CCSi .
InK rebates as doing something sinful, it entailed upon him a tremendous animated music for the dance. The Hi Henry aggn'gation.will. gle CCn' 1:.

was himself a member of the Commercial amount of labor and so.ne errors the always be sure of a good house when-
Punch wa's served during even A handsomely illustrated magazine devoted especially to the

:L Company cf Tampa, which may have been made, but the ing by Miss Fenaell. ever they visit Ocala. I interests of the fruit and vegetable grower of Florida.

company was receiving identicallythe system inaugurated by the new comp- Sixteen numbers and several extras Raw or Inflamed Lungs I A special: trial szhwiptisa cf sis :::es ..21 te set c: reciijt ef .

same proportion of rebates as was troller has now been almost perfected, were danced and in every way the Yield quickly to the wonderful 25 cents Stars taken.

the C. B. Rogers of Jack I ____ _
Compauyj curative
aud Mr. Ayer is entirely familiar evening was a delightful social sue- and healing qualities of

; eonville, since which time the with it and is: in a better position to cess. Foley's Honey and Tar. It prevents!! -- '

voters of Florida have heard scarcely pneumonia and consumption from a -
do the work than any new man, or Florida East Coast
, word A Physician Writes. hard cold settled on the lungs. Post- Ry.
ft on the subject of rebates.
when he himself had less .
:: experience.He office
'I am desirous of knowing if the drugstore. m
Senator Taliaferro incidentally
; connected with is the only Bank of has devoted: im entire time to profession can obtain Herbiue in bulk New Hardware Company. LOCAL TIME CARD No.53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.

the duties of the office and has:: work
Tampa although his name figures as for prescribing purposes? It has By reference to our advertising col.umns SOUTHBOUND-READ 40WN.lit. NORTHBOUMO-IUO "".
ed bard enough to secure a re election.

l an officer of it. He has nothing to Read his card. been of great use to me in treating it will be teen that Ocala hs 29Etily. Nt.99Dally. No. S3Dully. No.29 a! No.23 Ne.21 M..68I N..?| JU.T4 Na 24
eases of dyspepsia brought on by ex .I .J Dilly. Daily STATION I Dally Daily !! dally Defy, LaUr
do with its active management but if --- --- a new hardware company of which .
Severe Cold for three Months. censer or overwork. I have never .I p l IS p 19 Out 7 i*v6. J'ksoDT' Ar S W a 7e p
" there is any onus connected with it Mr. Tom Smith is the manager, and 8 13p885p 10 08 a........|S.> J'kaonT't LT B e a l ... ..' ... .-
The following letter from A. J. known it to fail restoring the .... idpJ'CJP 11 15 a sooal..st.Augusuae.. Stla 7eia ISipr/.... "
he stands ready to share his full part organs the new firm will be known as T. VV. 9 (7p 11 Ma1212p iiseii a.... ,. atla ..... $
f of the responsibility and the blame. Nusbaun, of Batesville Ind., tells its I affected, to their healthful activity. Smith & Company. 19 lip isOs..R. Falatia... TM.SKp //sa I I/ip$ i

"I suffered for three 50c. =:::: 1S 13 Up 10 Os aAr..Palatka..L: ...,., 101 s .1I plr
bottle
Is it a crime for a bank doing business own story. at Antimonopoly Drug Mr. Smith has had seventeen years :....... 549 l 3p 11.13. e165Lv..Palatks.Ar. .,.,, Tuba 4 lOt, "f 1

in Florida to recene deposits months with severe cold. A druggist Store and Tydings and Company, m experience as a hardware salesman 719 7 $ p ... ArSaniliteoLvLrBtnMitroAr .. .. -. ... ,I I7t3
. 8 a $ oat T'M. TM'i rnJ hip
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prepared: me some medicine, a
from the United under the +=
States?
A Distinguished Visitor. experienced direction of Mr. ........ .... ... .... ... 124lp.r.. Teota..Lv ....... ...... t 11p -r-- e
Governor Jennings thinks that it physician prescribed for me, ytt 1 did A. E. Delouest, and knows all the ins ... ... ........ ...... ..... ...Bunnellt.. ... ..... .. ....
Maj. Chas. Byrne, of the U. S. .. \\K .Dupont. I. t'I" .....
is and for doing which plasters Senator not improve. I then tried Foiey'sHoney and outs and short cuts of the trade :::::::: 118$ I13p 1S6P W4Tt :.:: Ormond.:::". 31? "' 1'"
army, is a guest of the Ocala House ........I1U pit inps I47p167p IONI..DaytoDL... ial'.O"'i SU tUPI ,
Taliaferro from head to foot with and Tar, and eight doses curedme. I the benefits of which will to his ... .,Port Orange ... .. I. SU .
and will remain here and in the vi- go ........ i:t tip USp 11 20 .X -w PmTrnt. 141. 410. $3 S u p I
a coat of mud. Refuse substitutes. Postoffice customers.He . IMP .a ::..Oak Ifill...: .. .. I 3 ii .
dully for some weeks. Maj. Byrne ......,. "i'ii i CZIp a HP 1105p..Tin.'ritle.... 239. 12h 'C2 3CIp .. .
The government receives large drugstore. m wants his friends to hunt him ..._ ........ ........ I B7p ......Ouoot.Rucklrdce....... ....... ..... 1 U 'j.. ..
owns property here which he Inherited _.... .......1C? ( Up447p 'ii'Mp ... ... .... ..... 11 .....
moneys in the shape of import dutiesat aud see the bargains he U in ........ ........ 13p U4p ...Kan Gallic... ll11p :..... uu I"P ....
at Heidtville. up position -
Democratic Meeting ... .. ,
from his father who was a resident ..1..1.1. S44p 40Jp IMp'ais'p .M.Itourne..tletp\ ... U .
Tampa and these have to offer them.Pneumonia .... ........ .... i, Slip ..... .. ....Sebastian... .. .. II ...
moneys to The meeting of the democrats was and lover of Florida. ........ ........ ....... I Il3p ....St. u"ie.... .. I ,. Mal"' i i.
be in bank ........ 4 Hif H3p SUp ...Tt. Fterce.._ I.O"UlOa I liUa,use .
deposited some for safe held at Heidtville February 25, 1904, The Ocala Banner has followed Follows Cold ... ....... ........ 647p883p .... I ep ,ollal y
not in ..a.. ... ... .. .... Sth ....
keeping-why a democraticbank but for some reason was not very Maj. Byrne, first as Lieutenant Byrne, but never follows the use of Foiey's _.... ..... ..... 685 p :. ... HI...... Tell IllIal I. ... .
? ....... ....... ...... 7S3p ....Tibbals..... t ::pl! ...... Ills:
largely attended. afterwards a9 Capt. Byrne and now Honey and Tar. It stops the cough :... ... ....... ....... 713p ... : .. I C.I e ,
Granting for the sake of .:.............. .... 74Sp ... 7tOp. ..
argument, The meeting was called to order by as Maj. Byrne into many of the states heals and strengthens the lungs and 140. 6i5a 8 Hp 9C3p 4 11 71 p ll r.p le e.. '
.. that this constitutes ttt 885 I45p 8 Up 443p64SP ..Palm Beach.. 1C= Pjl, l .1$ N51 ,
a "special privilege Executive Committeeman W. L. and territories of the Union.Cuba affords from 33p ...._ ....Bnyntun... IC7"1 .... T. .I .
and such is perfect security an at- I| 9p ........ ....Delra'... S S7p': ...... 7 I IIP,
a.s against democratic Jordan in the absence of Secretary E. the Hawaiian and Philippine islands tack of pneumonia. Refuse substi 1Q2&.0. ; 23 P ...... .Ft. UnderdaleHillandti t Ch .... a :.j" 1 p
polity what then? ... t5p ...... .. *.. 411p .... all
1\ Jordan.J. .... ... .. .
and pretty much around the globe, tutes. Postoffice drugstores. m C1 p .Lemon City 413pi .N" I' w
So is the tariff. The democratic Ar .Miami .I.T 11: p 74= 41.e. 11.a'
Thomas elected
was secretary pro add now extends to him cordail
party has been fighting the policy of; tern. W. L. Jordon was re-elected welcome to Ocala. Off For the Fair at Miami. Trains do not stop at stations where time h not ehoea.

protection, which the laritl fosters, executive committeeman for Mr. L. J. Brumby, editor of the
camp i I Condensed Schedule :Between Jacksonville and St Anyujtina.JACXSONVtUE .
time out of memory. _,, but, because ot; Izzard, precinct No. 6 and J. A. Laid to Rest. Florida Fruit and Truck Grower, left No ---J"P:
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which, must a democrat doinga manufacturing Thomas was elected secretary.As The remains of Mrs.:! Morris Stern yesterday for Miami to witness the TO ST. AUGUSTINE No.VHlj" \ DulyJ] Daily| Daily,;Daily !N\h.h.Uarly Uu.yl,\ .WII! i I h.r'lll.,.

business alongside of re- (nee Israel) were brought to Ocala Dade county fair, which will be heldon -
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There was no other business be t..lw.ouvilIr. THa JO 00 e+110 B a 11 11 i JOOp I04p Uh I U;
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publican manufacturing concerns, (ole the club the meeting adjournedto Monday from Chattanooga inter. the 9th to the 12th. Mr. Brumbyis Ar.01.Augustine ; 8Ua U tl" J I.Uh): lUPI $3OppJ330p. 400p tllUh": _

refuse its benefit and let his republican meet at any time that there is any ment. They were accompanied by an elegant descriptive writer and J.1DcfJmu INo.2' $!:No.92+'N..88+;Nta ;I M11y re t4. "1-.t5'Na.30rNe.: Ter IM. 741TG
I Da11
LADItIQNT1t.Lg $ i Dau,1 Dally (,It1e4. kits 1IallJ' Itj-i It.tJl J 1.1" sally
rival receive: it all and drive him business baud. Mr. Stern, Mrs. Israel, Mr. and Mrs. the readers of his paper have a rich
special
ITS$t AugujUat... tOO a'! HOt 780 all! 10 aJ 11 4hl210-p: HOt e IO tt9 tit
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from the field? There would be no. J.A.THOMAS, S c'y. Israel Brown and Mr. I. Dod Israel. treat in store. This fair is always i f\c.UobY1lI..... 'OIIa' 8iOa 8 <0al2t0p|, 1240pj HOpj: StOp; m_ p"I HOt.j lilfrTh

sense in that. They were met at the train by a number highly creditable to its promoters and
Following Are Through Pullman Train
The best that he can do and all he Cures Sciatic Rheumatism.Mrs. of friends and the casket; conveyed wreaths laurels for the state along TRAINS WUTUIII TRAINS zIASTEBM

can reasonably expect to do, is to ex- Knoxville. A. E. Simpson; 590 Craig St., to the Jewish cemetery, the following varied lines of production. Illn! iZ-Soatbtral 81-Sew York f F11mn od npridt Ll \erwth., ..S t aa4 all4ll-Cl1ieac1l 12-c IC'uo not A Fi..n.b Pl..W. pp.la1 IJ+an4

Tenn., writes June 10, J A4-d. E lIo4r4 fiarlaA U..i' jllo. 3Th
puce its unfairness and by publicity gentlemen acting as pall bearers gT aa4 rll.nda""a! .
1599: I have been trying the baths of Cough Settled on her Lungs. &M Wti are OOIIpe.td MolnnTtlr t(fttltmt Cart tad tstrt was firs will M<....PCt4.
create a public sentiment! that will Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheu. : C. Rheinauer, Chas. Peyser, J. "My daughter had a terrible cough IfHf taUhu opertttd on thus trtiii ea waita no extra or eels tie .*tr4.SAJfFOKD .

enact laws against it. matism, but I get more relief from Starr Sternberger, Jake Brown, M. which settled on hI r lungs," says N. : BBAJIOH.' !jj O&AIfOE: CITY-sax BKAJTCH.sa.w.ew

Hundreds of men in the south were Ballard's Show Liniment than any Strauss, Herman Benjamin. Mr. Jackson of Danville, 111. "We trieda _

other medicine or I have remedies without = STAZZOSS. 2.! 5T4ttoes.f flS.t1'
anything relief
opposed to the system slavery yet Bchweriu performed the funeral great many Dally 1 DlltyrDuiJ

ever tried. Enclosed find postof ice until we gave her Foley's Honey and :: ......... i .
owned hundreds slaves. Titvmlle.Ar 12 $1' 10 e za .."tea. ,.,1 !
order for f 1. Send me a large bottle ceremony. Tar which cured her. Refuse sub- ... o. ..ar, 11 j pi ,I.',/: '
There was nothing inconsistent in stitutes. Postoffice drugstore. m .. nt.11 1 U .. ,. l'Ja'1: 'I JQ I
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Southern .:..L. ;
by Express. Sold by Antimonopoly Working Overtime. 1D $0a} 1 lee U.. ,Lv1
:. their position. They were unwilling Drug Store and Tydings & Complimentary to Hiss Cendon. s
Eight hour laws are ignored by .. VA.TVOXTBJLAJfOX. i 1*.II ... N
.. to part with their slaves, which were Co. m Miss Katharine MacDonald enter- a .n//
tireless little workers-Dr. King's J": : !&Ul, 'nil'
theirs by inheritance, for fear that To Tht Ladies. tained a number of friends last evenIng I

fall into the hands New Life Pills. Millions are alwaysat ................."......._.. .e....jR_..........4M.......... ..ifJ4 1 liS. ,
; they might of Miss Spooner, late of East Lake, in honor of Miss Florrie Condon, .. ........ itV MVUiik I
work, night and day, curidg indigestion JljLf...NN..N...................-... *VhL**1** .A. **.*.*.**..**..**.*..*.**.*.*.**. ..'.. f-ifHNIM3ULAR e t
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cruel matters. Marion county, and now residing in of Ocala. Progressive pit was the i f .................... ....*.. ........(*...*.*.. f ..
likewise there ia biliousness, constipation, sick p5"/....................-."...._.._.............-... T It. !
60 nothing incon- New York, offers her services to her headache and all stomach, liver and feature of ths evening.-Jacksonville -- --_. -

sistent in a democratic. bank receiving friends and acquaintances as pur- bowel troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe Metropolis.Mr. ; AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTION AT MIAMI

r public moneys for deposit from chasing agent. Owing to her sure. Only 25c. at AntimonopolyDrug I

proximity Store) and Tydings & Co. C. T. Trask, formerly of Belle- lUll eoxNEenoN MAPS AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP' or THE P. a e, .. t. co.M.V r.t
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; the government as long as the present to the large department stores,
view, more recently of Pittsburg, is HAVANA, KEY WEST AND NASSAU I
I banking system remains ad a she baa every facility for seeing the Strayed or Stolen.
now in Memphis, Tenn. He is still
,< fiscal institution of the government. latest fashions and in n...i Ti .yI1bIca. show the ttnrJM whkh, train be
the *
purchasing ash .
Strayed or stolen last (might from keeping in touch with the people of th. t w-'&l aauone. bat ih.it Mal or ii>Arttrc tt U. U*.. tuuTit trrivt.. tt" /tFeh. JI JIIro.
,It it be a crime to receive public cheapest markets. Orders will have my barn, a big bay horse with blaze this county through the columns of air m does, 00BMH7 hold 1t. responsible for toy delay or toy eo..ec&t....VAttiTti .'tltrF'" ..

moneys on deposit it is likewise a the promptest attention.
Address face and four white feet. A suitable the Ocala Banner. 1
,1 crime for democrat to be in the Miss Otpy of Ut LOCAL TIME CJkJtD tr Other Iatersatles
a Greea
Spooner,71
. ave. Brooklyn, reward will be paid for his return or ,
Monkeys are sold in the markets l of
-. banking business at all, which position S. Y. Refers to Mrs. A. W. Allen, for information of his whereabouts. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
Japan. The meat is said to be very
ia entirely untenable. Lake Weir, Fla. 344t B. H. Seymour. 3 4 white, sweet aad delicate. J. 3) BAHTTEB: Aui. Ota Pa**. Aftat., ST. AUOUITDHB. YL j.. ..

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DR, TAYLOR DELIGHTS HIS UDIENCE. JAPANESE l LAND ;; TELSCRA.ic: 3.:.E i'r=S. I f SCROFULA A DISEASEWE I


C. P. r<';::'... republican nominee tot
INHERIT.
AHHEE FC'3'! cong- from Atlanta, Ga.. wit
not :r.2l.3: the race against Congressman Scrofula manifests itself in many ways. Swelling of the glands of

..t He Explains The Microbe Distiller.! L F. Livingston in the fifth dla- neck and throat Catarrh, weak eyes, white swelling, offensive sores and th.1 I

Unable To Tall Where They trict of Georgia. cesses, skin eruptions, loss! strength and weaknessin muscles and
It is a miserable disease and traceable ia almost every instance to solar
Immense crowds attend the secsloni

C.rne From. of the Baptist Tabernacle BIble conference family blood taint. Scrofula appeared the heed .
/ Scrofula is bred in the on of y
ia Atlanta, Ga., hundreds being bone is transmItted little grandchild when only 18 meatha
old, and spread rapidly: over her body.
JAPAN ASKS F-.t: KOREAN AID
kr'wJ
Y turned away for want of seating room from parent to child The disease next attacked the eve ao4
we feared aha would lose her eight Z..
Hall county Georgia! farmers and the seeds are planted in in.nt physicians were consulted, b.>
Russian Slur Is Resented by Japs- fruit growers are looking forward tan infancy and unless the f could do nothing to relieve the little In.
nocent. It was then that we decided a
Complaint Is Filed at The Hague excellent crop year as the result ol blood is purged and pu- try S. 8. a. That medicine at once made
the steady and continued cold weather rified and every atom of a speedy. and complete cure. She it now
Protesting at Insinuating Words ol the taint removed Scrofula a young lady and has never had a air
during February. of the disease to return.
$ Russia's: Minister. is sure to develop at MB3. BUT.H SEBXLT.
Despite the need of labor in North: some period in life. 150 South 5th Street. Salina, Las..
Chee Foo, Feb. 29.-Several.! your
Jc Japanese
Carolina, It Is said that a great
many No S.S.
remedy equals S. as a cure for Scrofula. cleanses and build
officers and sailors who landed here negroes will leave that state for the the rich and
up blood makes it pure, and under the tonic effects of this
from an open boat early today refusedto north this year In search of better I great Blood Remedy, the general health improves the digestive organs are

I give any information as to where wages. I strengthened, and there is a gradual but sure return '

II they came from. The Mississippi house yesterday defeated to health. The deposit of tubercular matter in the

: II At the Japanese sonsulate it was giv the state anti-trust law, which I joints and glands is carried off as soon a*' the bloodis

act I en out that tney belonged to a gun sought to allow the Southeastern Tariff restored to a normal condition and the sores, erup
: association to operate in that stateA I tions, and other symptoms of Scrofula disappear.S. .
I boat which was damaged in a fight S. S, is guaranteed p1rely'egetable and harmless; an ideal blood
off Port Arthur and which sank tryingto determined fight is being madeon
I purifier and tonic that removes all blood taint and builds up weak constitutions
i reach this port. The statement the bill in the Mississippi legislature Our physicians will advise without charge, all who write us about

I J i that they were members of the crew for the election of judges by the their case. Book mailed free. 0

I j of the merchant steamer sunk near the people. If the amendment to the con THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA

entrance of Port Arthur for the purpose stitution is ratified it will not end the .
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of I blocking it and that they were fight.

not picked up by the torpedo boats The jury ia the portal trial found
!ffiI!'j :j iqil rdfrjgggalffil| :!! li1)ufr! : !!I!
in company with others, was positive Machen, Lorenz and the two Groffa' r -
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ly denieJ. They crossed the gulf in guilty as indicted.

\ the open boat in wMch they arrived The efforts of Norman: Mack to I WE EAT MEAT

The consul caine! :
expecting the arrival of survivors ol Hill together failed. To grow strong. Unless we get
the action 4t I
va
Port Arthur.
Near Scranton, Pa., a cave-in has 1 <
occurred which affects -fO acres. About ,. it alone. There U no strength I
Alcohol the !I'.x 'f{>m"nt i k the New York Feb. 29.-A previous dispatch 200 houses were wrecked.
trom- Tokio giving details ot n' r .- c< in tough meal-instead of jiv-

Most Common bnuse itiueuieul o, a ...'r-atitic r aet.f Admiral Togo's attempt to bottle up An by arbitration Spain aid treaty France.has been signed ;! ,,;. .' ng, it takes strength to digest I

the Russian fleet at Port
Arthur
reported Prince Henry the youngest son 01 f t ,t it It pays to be careful In Ii

f IIi dislu+sinn of measures! up to the j jdematuU I The Rile.h < X V./ News anti Oo- Japanese that vessels all the which crews were of the sunk four oft Prince Henry of Prussia Is desi; buying meat-he sure to gets ;

of a bdeutittc ae, and .. -
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ewer My:* f the doctor' lecture on Port Arthur escaped in boats and were the be-u-tender and choice. I
makes an impression deep anti last* I ,.,
")Ier boat destroyers; convoying them. :

ing.Dr.. JO. Taylor has delivered two Few l't"\J..I. c'tn give au uptodateor is considered possible however, that THOROUGHBREDBULLS putstmethinginyourstnmachP f

e i'-utilL' ai-eoant of what ethyl the sailors mentioned in the above 5 .. which will put flesh on your
lectures at the LUptUc church ou the I
dispatch were a part of the crews ol '
oae-j and strong blood in your
scientific aspect 4 alcohol, under the I I alc-o.iul .s or whew it come from. the sunken merchantmen. II d i iEDW

general bead of "American Citizenfchip. I :Many Mippos- that it i* everywhere AND COWS.SHORTHORNS .

." Tne old ant the younirare nit: H',ctl it a'go; +>i creature of God,' The Hague. Feb. 29.-3htsuhashi No ARD.S'BROS. I I
boukata. the Japanese minister here .
delighted by exceedingly I mtt-rt.st- anday it is to t>e found in apple, has been instructed by his government s Stall 2 and 4 City: Market, Ocala, Fla. |

log speaker, and hi- !lectures will I pear?, l'eiL-h, "tij-es etc.. wher us to lode a protest ,with the presidentof
-F I gigggEgggggaaiaeiggggggSgggjiTia aiggsgg
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leave an impression that none of the it u not found anywhere m ihe constructive arbitration against the language

old stores and anecdote* ever could fonts of nature, hut H the used by II. lluravieff, president of tht -"
arbitration tribunal and Russian min -
mike. The fact i h there l keiurrt ex.TefJ'etJt of the jea: ,t microbe -
istei of j.:slice. in a speech he made

will be more than equal t" muy iSy which tuettea up sU;,r qualities. after announcing the tribunal's dec:

t of hard book study iu t ur search for lu other worn, liquor! melt have call- sion in favor of the blockading pow SEED POTATOES

scientific facts; and it is hoped that 't'lt it trug juice, which i is dentiticaUyc ers as against VeneAiela, M. JIuraieff I' 1
in the course of his remarks, said:
will give the din-tor a rr ct if it is M.iuted bacteriologi-
our people ..
"The findings of the .
tribunal hh I We hate a full clock of
hearing at v<>ry lecture. t',1 hug jli.',, been reached after a most minute and II

-- most. impartial investigation. Like Spaulding's Improved Rose No.4.
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I all human acts, the decision was sus. Maine Early Rose.

NOT GUILTY OF SMUGGLING. ceptible of criticism, but
TRUST COMPANY ENJOINED. now it was .I DtRHAYS ] Bliss Triumph.
made, every one should accept it. The
Receiver Appointed for a Matsachu- :, California Judge Sets Aside an Orderof arbitration began: in the time of peace --- _ANDHEREFORD As well as other varieties at lowest market prices. Write for

\1 set Financial 1 Instituiton. Condemnation.San and ended amid the sinister acts of quotations, stating number of bags. wanted.

Taunton, Mass, Feb. 29.-The doors I Francisco Feb. 29_-Judge de war, which was a terrible obstacle In DEAL POTATO MANURE, $30.00 per ton will make them

of Taunton Safe Deposit and Trust Haven has set aside the order of con the path of light and progress. In grow Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil,

company did not open its doors today demnation of of the goods seized In the spite of all good w14f alas, no one was READY FOR SERVICE Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and
baggage Captain William
as a result of an injunction from thesupreme H. HarU secure against an unexpected hostile Shipping," sent on request.
of the engineer corps, U. S. A. last "
court restraining the treasurer attack.

from receiving or paying any deJuait Thomas July, when from he :arrived Manila.! on the transport A nation was obliged to accept a Prices at Private Sale WILSON & TOOMEF? FERTILIZER COMPNY

until after a hearing on the injunction ;( war when the legitimate defense ol
The court also countermanded tht Jan 15 JACK OXVILLE. FLORIDA. Ageuln.
in the supreme court at DosI honor and liberty was involved. The
order to the United States marshal $75.00 Up.
, I I ton Monday just Providence which ruled over battles -
| to sell the goods. The order was set ,
The state bank commissioners have would distinguish between ---
| aside on the application of the right
nuou3Cd that they will ask that a'' captain's and unfounded pretension.

receiver: be appointed for the institu- ;,i not attorneys aaara tliut v.ho the stated case that was coming theywere end of this war between a Europeanand At the Spring Auction About Ap I IPALMETTO 1 J JAS. I.GRAHAM', President. OEO.W.HYDE. Pr..

tf.m. The company is said to be in. up. an Asiatic people the right. h.

dimcuttie because of poor investmenti, Captain Harts also filed a claim on concluded, would shine out afr ..i.CONDUCTOR'S .
but the president. Edward H. Temple First National BankOF
the gods se-zed.: He will now fight The
claims that the depositors will be paid ,. THROAT CUT.
in full for hannsed the goods for smUllllln and the. 1,971 penalty -- [ PI! FARM! 1,

The liabilities! are $GO:. 6G. The Assailant Nearly Escapes Death from ..GAINESVILLE.The .

capital stock was $:! O.OtJO. President POSTAL FRAUD CONFIRMED. Enraged Passengers. Z. C. CHAMBLISS i CO. Only Chartered Bank in Alachsa County.

Temple said he wnld not oppose New York, Feb. 29.-Quick action bj
tje petition for the appointment foi a crowd of women proba OCALA FLORIDA. (Capital. . . . . . . . . . .. .f OOOO 00
i Verdict of Guilty Is Rendered in the I passengers Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . 2uOOC 00
a rtceher. Machen Case. bly saved an Italian from death at IIr
the hands of a mob in Paterson, X. J Diwsexclusively banking Lu"lntith rllciIitifllllU.I to any hank In thstate. .
MASS OF SMOKING RUINS. Wasirington. Feb."GuiIty: as Solids ihe accounts of Farmers Xferehainx, Orp ora'c'Ii'' ,
r -- : indicted." was the verdict announcedby The Italian had slashed an Erie conductor E"Inter:' t allowed hyspecial afflitJltt' lt'1I1. All ItiMnr

Carl Peterson the foreman of the! with his razor in a dispute overa transacted proini.ily.H17 .
Rochester Fire Under Control But
pass. He was seized by the H. E. YLOlll' hl.r
jury in the now famous postoffice con enraged TA
Is Still It Will
Burning. ,4
splracy trial shortly after S o'clock passengers, thrown upon tht
A Rochester. X. Y., Feb. 29.-The fire rails before .
s Friday night, stating at the same time an approaching passenger f ---
In he bu>in*ss district: k still burning .
train, where the crowd
that this the verdict proposed tc I IIF
was as to a'I!I
in the different directions.4Ut : hold him. In the darkness it is likely PayYotz '
four defendants. August W. Machen, / S& t%
h,. names are under control. Over late general superintendent of the ra he would have been cut to pieces. *6rV f JIs
half the block on Main street between Several women ran the track !
up
ral free delivery division; George E. You have any Real Estate -
:1 St. Paul and Clinton streets is a mass -ana signalled the train to stop.
1 Lorenz cf Toledo. 0.: and Samuol to sell,
1 i f smoking ruins, and: the walls ara filler; Police arrived at that moment and I r r
A and B. Groff. of this city. v' t a veritable dragon of Ill-health It leaves In Its
path
j coated with ice. The jury had been out nine hours, hustled: the Italian to jail. OR IIF I : # ,. more physical wrecks than probably any other one o:t-
t The firemen worked all night. Buffalo The conductor's throat was badly ease peculiar to Americans.
the verdict f .
although was reached at WHY? Simply because upon the first Indication
r and Syracuse firemen left for eight.hours and twenty-five minutes. torn by the razor and he probably wii You're thinking of coming I Y" t of the malady the system Is usually scuorgwt witb
quinine,or that mineral
deadly -calomel.
t home today. All the morning the die from the injury received. 1 to Florida for a home. I /
in the dimly lighted room sat the J Don't Do It. It's Dn<*rous. It lint at alt
I firemen at work tearing down .s necessary either. \V e po.tuvsLy guaranteeHERHINE
i were four defendants who. after the case I
unsafe walls, one of which crushedin 'was given to the jury had been placed THREE MINERS KILLED. OR 1 1i

the front of a store on the opposite in the custody of the United States
: to razTuT and raaxacr7TLy cram my form of .'!arts. tog
side of Main street, causing a loss marshal and confined to the limits ol "Windy Shot" In Coal Mine Results r You desire to invest in any purely tert*!. Ha al! UM vlrhiM of es1aU."aduwmaaa.otu .

of not( the city hall building. ,Fatally. If kind of Florida property. i correct mil liver,kidney and*deMtly rtnoivt*ff imibi rab *It

The Rochester department of the Birmingham Ala., Feb. 29.-By thi i 500 rbottl.. All DTU*lUu.

l'nlltr1niteors' association has carefully Ncnunion Men Strike. discharge of a "Windy Shot" in the TO SEE t

and Feb. 9.-S coal mines at Hargnne Ala, at a late
estimated the actual loss places InJianapolIs ventr.f ve WRITE !
It at $::.500.000 and the insurance in craters and hangers employed by the hour last night, three miners were OR

the regular stock insurance. companiesat Parry )Manufacturing company at the killed. The dead are: I

I'OOO.OOONECRO"WILL_ head of which is D. M. Parry, president ; Jake Watenbarger. white. ''J. H.lIYIHGSTOH & SONS)i
.SURNED. of the National Manufacturers Ike Owens.Wesley -- -- --- -

EE association and National Industrial: as Crrawford, a negro I

sociation of America struck today on OCALA, FLORIDA. I

Murderer U Captured and Prepara ccount of a cut in wages. All the Two Women Killed by Elevator. II I McMillan Bros ;

tions Made to Execute Him. men are nonunion. They were paid Des Moines, Iowa. Feb. 29..-Mrs. C _. I

Memphis. Feb. i9.-A special to.Th off and discharged. The men *ay they B. Fountain and her mother, Mrs. A. .

Scimitar from ClardalIIS5.: ., says have been cut from 72 to 5i cents per ilo,te. of Valley Junction Iowa, were BRANCH'SGenuine

that Albert Baldwin alias Jim Johnson piece since October and struck againstan crushed to death today in a peculiar Southern Copper Works

a negro under srrest at Bates additional cut of 2 cents today. elevator accident at the state house. Rattlesnake

Tllle, charged with the -urder of En I Mrs. Hosue was the last person to get Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

Ilnrtor, Fosarty, of the Yazoo anc Opening of Coffin Destroys Family. on the elevator and the operator started

Mlssiasippl Valley .railroad, will be Sioux Falls S. D.. Feb. 29.-Taa I the cage befor$ she was out of WATERMELON SEED. and General Metal Workers.Old .

I burned at the stake or hanged at Tut opening of the coffin of a Sioux Falls reach of the door. Her daughter. noticing Oily Pure Strain In the United States

>iler ou the Sabbath day if the negrtCln man who died in Louisiana of typhoid I the danger reached out to catch
has practically wiped out the Carefully !selected. Kept pure 35 years. No
be gott.n to that town. fever I her, and was caught between the cage other variety grown on plantation ol 1500 acres Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
SherlH! Johnson, t>f Batesville. ii family of Jam Dougherty, of this and the ceiling and crushed. Pure seed impossible where different varieties mail '
Orders by or
city. The bolv of one of Dougher- are grown.i through the country a specialty.
reward o The operator then reversed the
holding the for a power
negro to Sioux Falls Ib, % Ib,65 (Ib, $i.ag; at either of the
liOO. ty's sons was brought: and the mother made a plunge oz., 150 2 oz. 25; % 4QC ; wire will receive prompt attention
t. 10 Ibs,$ -Delivered
where he died of .
03icrs of Tutwiler have reachet from Louisiana typhoid for her daughter, and was caught between following works -
The family opened the Send for Seed AnnuaL anual on Melon
Batesvi): and it is believed they wil feter the floor of building and the Culture." loc. Remit by registered letter o' J GA.
secure coffin. Since them three other. members roof of the cage. money I FAYETT lllE, N. C, SAVANNAH,
poMtaaiun of the negro." order.M.
of the tam:!) have dit'd.of typhoid
Before the bodies were released I. BRANCH,
It uxirted: that every pr;paratioi fever while thf two others are seriously J.ACKS-JYILLE. FLA. MOBILE A A...
' both were dead.
Ga
bl thew Columbia Co. Berzelia.
5 Tutwller for
raf
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THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM dentally tap other roads exactly eight :i THREE DEATHS ; rl :.: "_" -"" ... ,. -:..;;1' -,.,_ I't .-."_'

times? THIS road ought to haul I I I
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By Dennis H. Mudd. enough coal dou to the ea-t. c If you will take a ruler and place it I I
on the map of Florida at the narrow- where they have more mouy than !. Saturday. I A ijAftD M N TO BEATi

wood to burp, to pay its! fixed: charge .i>
rat of the will : We received a letter from Citra Saturday
part peninsula
you find An I it I+ugttt to be built a long tiuirbefore 1 I
Cedar Keys and tbe Gulf of Mexicoon I afternoon containing the suiiutelli I -
heli'huilauaual 1 i is rumple-i
end ,!I ;eu.v IIr the death of Hon. H. \ "
and Seabreeze
one Daytona, ted. This by way of par lJtbt'.ii. I .
and the Atlantic Ocean on the other 'IIT.. vVarirnaun, which occurred that \
Ocala? It would/ make Oc.iU more \
while almost in the exact center is: moruiug.'I'sle :
than tl>Atlanta. of FlorMa. It
deeea ed native of Viriui fI
was a -
the of
city Oeala. 4
wouid the her the key tll the MUU-\ and
fur the editor
Refer to the ",vale of miles" and many years
tion. :sne would no longer have to and of Harrison
you will find the distance to be nine- owner a newspaper iu
plead for justice but be in a positionto burg He moved ibis I
to toumv
ty five mile Take a pencil and mark
demand it. she must inaugurate about twenty live years ago and settled I I
this line on the then study it
, map II
the movement and carry it to its successful
: at Ciira, where he engaged in the I II
and you will be impressed tirst that 0
completion. It can be loue. .
of He I
gruwiug oranges. was a member
H traverses a- a whole an almost vir-
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It can be doue here. But there must
of the board of
public III1L.II'-
gin (+ new all know
r country, yet we
he a start made. How? The Oeala
tiou and several times elected collector
that on the west of Ocala it i is rich inphosphate was
board of trade, through working,
of He
revenue for this
= county.
and timber and on the
woraiuv! working, working commit- was active iu church work having
f i east iu farming and stock lands.
tees should immediately place itselfin been from early manhood t devoted

Ij 4 (Start on jour penciled line from touch with the boards of trade of member of the Methodist ehun-ii.

1 Cedar Keys and you will see that a He leaves three children, Hon. E.
Pensacola, of Mobile, of New Or.
j railroad built from the Gulf to thee L. Wartmann, Mr. Kyle Wartiuann
leans, with the people of Cedar Ke'sand
and Miss! Byrd Warinuu: all of whom
Atlantic would through Gulf
pass on to Seabreeze, with Mr. Flagler, reside in Citra.
Hammock crowing the A. C. L. I first
Mr. Stetson and the Clydes. The subject Tbe funeral took place at three

at Romeo, hitting the Seaboard: at should be agitated and discussed. I I o'clock Sunday afieruuou and the remains .

Eagle Mines, cr" ;siug both again at were curled beside those of
This will cost nothing. Each newspaper
his wife and daughter iu the family
the Oekiawaha little
a
Ocala, tapping I
along the line will take it up.
burial grounds:! at Cum.
above :Silver! the A. 0. L. too
Spring, fY
The project is feaaable, it is simple Like the true and Crave he blew no .

branch again; at Astor, deep water on aud as severely practical as the addition trumpet iu the market place but did f n gilr

the St.r Johns river at the same place, of i and 2. There is and there with cheerful will what many talkedof :

the A. C. L. main line a few miles always will be an element in every while their bauds: were suil.MRS. .

further on, then the East! Coast line The who
that will
community discourage; every STERN DIES AT CHATTAXOOI.A. njon) buys HARDWARE
at Daytona and across the Halifax to ,
movement of progress and object to Mrs. Maurice stern::; ,after a long and .

the Atlantic. every enterprise from the laying of a I painful illness, died Saturday at her MARION ofCOMPANY

Or diverge slightly south, still few feet of sewer pipe to the construction home i iu Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. HflRDWARE

striking the St. Johns at deep water, : of railroad.. And these Stern wx before Her marriage ;Miss

run right through bottled up DeLand necessnrily; crude suggestions will Pauline I-ratl!, of this city, and her

making for the Atlantic at New mauy friends here regret very much At( NTS: FOR -
meet this hand the fate
on common
to learn of her death. Mrs, Stern is
Rwyrna. Either route would mean But is it not worth Investigation? survived by her husband and two "F A VORITE" STOVES AND RANGES

,_ the construction of approximately Let these pessirni-tij; prophets go. young children.

100 miles of railway.It They remind one of this story told bya The funeral was held Monday after- CHATTANOOGA
noon from the Atlantic Coast Line PLOWSELLWOOD
would be impossible to estimate distinguished: : Floridian It has amoral.
depot the arrival of the southbound ,
upon
.
the value of ouch a line of railway to The story goes that a man
train. Tbe remains were interred
the entire Florida peninsula, FENCINGA
especially sutleriug, with a severe sore throat in the Jewish cemetery.

to the territory and the towns had a doctor prepare an asafoetida
DEATH OF AX INFANT
along its line antI most especially to and around his neck.
poultice place it The little son of Mr. and :Mrs. Full Line of :
Everything Usually Carried! in
of Ocala.
the city Returning to his home he was met by Langdon C. Mobley, of Kingwood, a

What would it mean? A line of little who died their home in that
hid boy on getting one gooduhitf Ga., at place First Class Hardware Store.

boats:: to Mobile or Pecsacola or New of the malodorous stud bunt Friday, aged eighteen month Mrs. .

Orleans all three and direct connection Mobley was Miss Erroll Bailey, of this::
or iuto and into the DOORS AND BLINDS
tears ran yelling: SASH, TURPENTINE, MILL AND MlfllNG SUPPLIES.

with the great west, again, house. "Ma, oh ma, Pa's dead antlon't city.The
remains of the little one were
direct connection at the Ocklawaha "

t with that river's trade (capable of know it! the brought old cemetery to Ocala Saturday and laid afternoon to rest in, MARION;HARDWARE:C COMP ANY.

great development) and still again Seaboard Wrecks. Rev. Henry W. Little of Grace Episcopate -
.
the 8t. John where the Clyde or church conducting the servIce.
recks
Three occurred on the Seaboard : .
6 1 I ,'"J! rJl.lt .53g.... .v.c'1'i>: '.. .....1i. <"-" -_-__"- -
To all of these sticken families that ''D t"1 L"1. .(" -,'" "<", ___.
other lines:: give us water transportation Air Line Thursday ; a slight one
death has tit to visit extend __
seen we I --- -- -- -- n ___ .
to the eastern and European at Anthony, a slight oue at Ocala and '

and not least tapping the East rather serious Pana\otrkl'l'. our sympathies. : :;i r".
ports:: I a one at --------
CALL ON DITIOFOR
Coast securing southern and giving About two o'clock Friday morningMr. Commodore Burford.It I Strauss'"Royal

them western connections. Monk Harrison, who was Hopping is conceded by those who heardit =- 4

Could such road he bnilt? "Yes by at the Ocala House, received a that the speech of Hou. J. M. ; x

thedevelopmentof public sentiment wire informiug him of the wreck at Barco was one of the very best deliv- .
Real Estate & InsuranceF.
t among the people whom it would Pani otfkee and asking him to send ered at tbe banquet Wednesday night. Reserve"

,- moat likely benefit. Bottled up Cedar down medical aid. He notified Dr. Having been sidetracked by the
,
Keys would give half her assessed W. H. Powers, who immediatelywent discussion; of a local issue! not down ,, e
l W. DITTO,
; valuation for ouch a road, tbe owners down ou the south bound train on the program, be did not have time
Room 12 Merchant's Block. -.Q-
: of phosphate and timber properties and when be reached the scene of the within the ten minute limit to deliver

;i would no their share, Ocala would disaster:: found, fortunately, that the speech he intended.In -FOR- --. w jL f Four Full Quarts, Delivered, S3.50

and should, if the road is built, lead outside of some severe scratches and that part of his speech which was Farms,

i i all others, the large and the small bruises! no oue was seriously injured. .. undelivered he held In bis hand (in Homes, r Soso: Twelve Full Quarts, Delivered $10.00

J farmer and stock man would natur- Among the hurt were Messrs. J. A. imagination) a copy of the Ocala Investments, I f I I 'lei k i''li'

ally help. John B. !Stetson: and beau Enslow, jr., of e>t. Augustine, Mr. P. Banner under date of July 4, 1935, :Mill and Turpentine '1--

tiful bottled up DeLaud would dive C.Cassady, of Ftruandina, Flagman and among other local items it contained I'

deep in their pockets, the Clyde's ou McNeill Mud a colored woman by the is the following: Locations. \\ F isr. N" mrl. '" irIl111't1" C'-nit-titnof U/j.

the St. Johns would welcome this 1111:4: of Bryan. "The United States war ship, Col- And anything you want. 4r On.leltlHt"l1 l'alJt' day MIt teveived.:

accession to their territory, and what Hou. Peter 0. Knight, cf Tampa; .umbia, with Commodore Robert CALL 0* DITTO. STR USS & CO.

would'ut )Ir. Flaglerdo for a straight and Messrs..Bet! MacKay and Geo. All n Burford on board, passing
S-rSAU
-- ---- -
Jiue from his road to the Gulf while McKeau, of this city, were among the through the Florida ship! canal en i llkoloale anil Itetail Liquor Dealer,

the people of Daytona and Seabreeze, passengers on the ill fated train. route to tbe Philippines vu the fOLEY 'l iOW1YTARiOtCFrI 01.'I.OICIIH. .
.
__
iw
which would be made the greatest all The wreck was caused by one of the Panama canal, anchored at the docksat ""-- ----'" 0.---y-
-- ---- --
the year resorts on tbe Atlantic coast, middle cars jumping track. Fortu this port and will. renitia here for A. I H. H0WKES, Optician, -

< would divide their wealth with the nately tbe coupliug pin snapped or a day or two."Commodore. Established 1870.

road buil+lers. And this i is the barest the wreck might have proven much Burford visited the old Brick LOn W. JOHNSON

outline of the interests involved. more disastrous. homestead and the old school house ,
Lime
Dealer in
And don't believe their Jsu't sufficient Mr. MacKay said that if the wreck and told a reporter of this paper

water at Cedar Keys for practical had occurred just thirty feet furtcer many: reminiscences of his schoolboy Hair NEW !AND SECOND HAND MACHIHfRY.

purposes even uow. Just look at the it would have been immediately days he having been born in this city I Cement

'.:: government charts and see that it the trestle, where the mud and waterof in 1858." -----PROPRIETOR OF--

would not be a difficult matter to the lake is eighty feet deep and From Saturday Daily.Senator Call. in Commencing over thirty years ago in Laths THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.

secure! what depth i is needed for every passenger would have been Ocala the smallest way, the firm has stead- And Locomotives Fer Sale' and Lease.
Ex-Senator Call, who is advertisedto iyt and rapidly grown, until now
present purposes. drowned. Their escape was certainlya HAWKES' SPECTACLES AND Second Hand Rail louglit Md Seld. ,
deliver an address in Ocala
Would such a road pay? Yes and1o. narrow one. today, EYEGLASSES' ; have a national Shingles. Three locomotives for sale or lease
reached here yesterday and is registered leputatiou, and are used iu every For Sale-
Yes, if the method of the'modfrn firom Saturday's Daily.News the south.
at the Ocala House. The senator town and city througnout One 16x24 Tolbprt Enaine- One 14xl Nagfo
railroad constructor like Hill in From Citra. These famous glasses are used by the Oge 14lib New York Safety. OQH 100HP Eeglae.
is in fine health communities. Ball Atl1UI4.
and excellent best class of people in all
the west and Flagler in :Florida is Mr. A. 6. Kells, of Citra, accompanied They are told only by merchantsof Office and Shops One 75HP Harris Corliss. One 12x16 Erfe City,
and On"12HP(5asoIene. One
spirits expects to make a thorough 50HP. One 30HP
followed aud systematic and intelligent by his son-in-law, Mr. R. R. recognized reliability, of whom near One 150 HP hteh;: presture return tublar boiler fin _
campaign of the state. He has addressed there are now over 11,000 handling *.
t effort is made to develop the Hice, of Beaver, Pa., passed through letters to those who are these goods; and when it is remembered S. A. L. FreightDepot hand One 25HP and other Economic macbiuery.boiler, cud a lot of other elder """

t actual resources of the country Ocala yesterday en route for Fort opposing that there is only one agent in
S : him in the race to meet him town, the wonderful demand for them LAKE CITY: 'LORIJ) '
through which the road passes. No, Myers to inspect his: magnificentgrove .
somewhat ---
in joint discussion before the people can be appreciated.For I .
t If the ancient theory is followed that near that flourishing city.Mr. sale by .

"there is just so much business and hells says that the Citra groves, and has no fears in presenting his DK. WM. -\XnEUSOX. ; "RfUCI[ A "
views in such a manner as to warrant Never Peddled. MOMfNT.
we are going to gel it anyhow." A or an many of them as were kept up,
him in believing that they will be
i railroad man said some years ago are lookiug as well as in the palmy .a
I acceptable to the voters and that Have decided
that railroading was an exact science. days and bring back reminiscences of Jerry Burnett you on tbe kind o
L when the votes are counted at the 7 \s fertilizer you are going to
Judging from very recent develop- those times. use? Ifsnot
It primaries on the tenth of May that I t ,r a question of how
The bloom promises to be large anda much, but
I considerablyInexact if he does not, lead he will at least be Merchant ,-- what kind when the best
full crop is expected to follow. resul tf"
.,., second in the race and win out in the can be obtained. You
f- is here suggested should be the bet Mr. Kells reports that Mr. H. T. A can't make a
second primary.All mistake when
Tailoring.Ocala you use
paying one in the south and absolutely Wartmann is just living aud that is 6k our high grade
day yesterday Senator Call fertilizers.
independent of rail connec all-that his friends were simply
i- was shaking hands and conversing Florida. "
,t ;- tions. What other hundred mile road awaiting the inevitable hour.t'Om5KIDNIYCUD. freely with old friends. Finest Imported and Highest cash price paid for dry bones 1 a

-t ; would touch both the Atlantic and

the Gulf and in doing so would cross FOLI! ijONIYA. TAR Domestic Cloths.Cutting. a SpecialtyFits 1 FLORIDA FERTILIZER HFB. COMWf

d three navigable. rivers and incl BUkM Xldiwvs Bad Bladder RIoht Cures I: "-t Pr's ., PItHS' Guaranteed. Saieeseille. Ha.

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THE OCALA BANNER PAGE ELEVEN

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F- WANTED -Several industrious persons in TAX ASSESSORS APPOINTMENTS.
DUNNELLON. _
GAIT ERVILLE. -::- hou established eleven
I each state to travel for >e
DOYOUGETUP !: t years and with a large capital. to call upon ,
--- merchants and agents for successful and profitable I will be at the following plac a to receive ,.

,'v> After J will mske my Miss Grace Moore, of Ocala, has line. Permanent engagement. Weeklycash returns ot real and personal property .aa.t
delay
Home
;i WITH A LAME BACK ? salary of $24 and *11 traveling expenses agricultural reports as the law re uirea:

- Ii //iir. Everything is been visiting Miss Anny Feinberg of and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. FEBRUARY. 1904.
ff appearance Experience not essential. Mention reference

IF c f Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. moving ,long uicely in Gaitt-rville Duunellon. Miss Moore will also and Mitional.332 enclose Dearborn addressed street Chicago.envelope. The Kendrick Martin Monday Monday I p.i a.m.m. \;


Almost everybody who reads the : this week. Farmers are beginningto visit Rockwell and Port Inglis.Mr. a aaJ4iv -................. ........-.-.......... .......................- Reddick LowellTuesdayaa.Tuesday J p.m.m. '
news- and Mrs. C. H. Hollands worth Mcintosh Wednesday 3.
is sure to know of the wonderful telieve the NOTICE
papers plant corn as they Central Thursday 4 a. m.

IL II F-' cures mad by Dr. : chauited iuto I Ispllng. left last! week for Jacksonville, where f FOR Fleming-ton: Friday 5 a. m.
has last
I Kilmer's weather at !: Fairfield Friday 5 p. m.
Swamp-Root, Notice ot Application tor Tax Deed Under Sec.
they went for the benefit of Mrs. Shady Grove Monday S a. m.
J II the great kidney, liveri tion 8, of Chapter 488S Laws of Florida. SantosMonday8p.m.
I and blander remedy. Hollands worth's health. Belleview Tuesday 9.

.1 J F t _? It Is th! great mcdl- 'I'. Mr. A. R. Brooks has -old out his died Monday _ IT OTICE W. W. Clyatt IS HEREBY purchaser of GIVEN Tax Certificates THAT Pedro Summerfield(school houacJWedaesday) IV a. m,
Mr. Will Wednesday 10
Stephens p. m.
.4 tJcaItrIuriwhofthenjne. : interest in Gaiterville and will In the Has. 870 872. 874. 1311. 1792. dated Candler Thursday it a. m.
I tJ teenth discovered I He buried at the 1st day of July. A. D. 1901.: and No. 1056, Ocklawaha
century; night at 9 o'clock. was Our money winning books, Thursday n p.m.
little dated has filed said
burg Aug. 1599, certificates
near future leave our 7. in EAstLa .
eFridaYI2a.m.Weirs.lale
!
I after of i written who know tell
years by men my office,and made application for tax deedto
.4.\ I scientific research by i going sout1 orange growing being Black: Dirt cemetery Tuesday inorn you all about issue in accordance with law. Said certi. Linadale: (school Friday bouse 12 pm.Saturday It. It to t.

I' Dr. Kilmer the eminent aud other ficates enbrace the following described Prop-
I ing. He leaves one son Drawdy's Saturday night.
il. .- kidaey and bladder : his: ruotivv. Potash city situated in Marion county. Florida to-wit: Moss Bluff Monday tin. m.
Commracncmg 10 chains north of southwest
. --- specialist: and is I Rev. w. 0. Williams, the Evening relatives:: to mourn his demise. corner section 3!. township 14. range 12 thence Electra Lynn Tuesday Monday 16 15 a.p.m.m.

wonderfully successful in promptly: curing We also had another death in They are needed by every man north 5 chains.cast 1} chains. north 5 cllalns. Grahamville Tuesday 16 p. m.
of P. lk is; east 8 chains. so.ith chains west chains. to
10 20
1 Light Evangelist county, Connor
back
lame kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- who owns a field and a plow, and Wednesday '7" m.
point ot beginning. and west thtee-
bles and Disease which b I Dunnellon this week, a white man who desires the 14 acres. Churchill (school house) Thursday iS a. ..
Bright's the worst holding a meeting at the Union to get most out fourths ot southwest quarter of northeast KerrCity Thursday 18 m.

form of kidney trouble.Dr. I by the name of Mr. Wanamaker. of them. qutrter except no yards north acd south by Eureka Friday 19 a. m.p.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root t is not recommended -I Level church near this place.: The They ue/ret. Send postal card. 220 yards east and west in northwest corner. Daisy Friday 19 p. m.
for but if have kidI I He was employed at the Camp phosphate GEHXAX EALI WORKS section 33. township 14 south, range 22 east. and Ft. McCoy Saturday 30 a. m.
everything you meetiughas been iu progress over a Hew' V.rt-9 J >MMI Street east half of east half ot northwest quarter of Anthony Monday 22: ,
liver or bladder trouble it will be found southwest quarter and northeast of
ney I mines and was only sick a short .r quarter Sparr Tuesday 23 a. m.
Just the remedy you need. ltha.benteted week, but is expected to elos-i to AtJutGa.lit. *.. Brand 8tMAS southwest south half quarter of of northwest southwest quarter.quarter and ot Greenwood Tuesday 23 p. m.

in so many ways, in hospital work in private I night. We: hope the good talks! that while. southwest quarter of southwest quarterof CitraWednesdayza.in.Orange Springs Thursday 25 a. m

practice among the helpless too poor to purchase W. T.Masters of Crystal River: in section 33 township 14. range 22, I Ocala all of Marc!:.
relief and has proved so successful in i Rev. William-has made while here I 25 acres. and lots 14 15 sub ot north. I The law requires all return to be made by
west quarter of southeast quarter of section 4 the first of
every case that a special arrangement has : will beabturtit to those that heard Duuuellon Tuesday repairing some township la.range 22. 10 acres. and northwest is April.TazAsscssorMariouCounty.ALFRED AVER.

been made by which all readers of this paper I quarter of northeast quarter of section 33, town.
who have not already tried it. may have a them. telephones.Mrs. ship 14. range 22 east. 40 acres, and undivided

sample bottle sent free b/ mail also a book I Little Leslie Stokes is suffering Roberts! and two daughters, of one-third place in Hijuelos interest Grant in lost 35 4 33 sub acres.of G. S. Brown NOTICE.

telling more about Swamp-Root and how to I Mr. and Toe said land being assessed at the date of
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. I from lever this week. We wish for Orange l'erkare visiting the issuance of such certificate in the name of
IS
N. Choate W.A. and HEREBY GIVEN THAT 11f.
J. Thompson Unknown.
NOTICE
When writing mention reading this generous her Mrs. Bargainier. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according by virtue of a final decree entered
8iwly
a recovery.
offer in thc: paper and i | to law. tax deed will issue thereonon in the cause ol William Young agiintt Stephen

send yom address to Mr. Welch, o," Holder, attended Miss Kate Priest of Citronnelle, 6Qts.j the 29th day of :March, A. D. 1904. Spraggins Fifth pending Circuit in the Circuit Court of the
of
'I. Witness ray official signature and seal this the Judicial Florida, in and furMarion
Dr. Kilmer Co..Binghamton church byte *unduy. paed through Dunnellon on her 24th day uf February A.' D.1004. I county.in chancery on the Ijrd day of
N. Y. The I S. T SISTRt: K:. December. A. D. 1903.: : by theHonorable W. S.

regular fifty cent and Horn of 8. mp-Bet I II I The dredge boat is making its: way way to I&verne&s. 2 26 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. Bullock.undersigned judge special of the master above iu styled chancery court, the appoInted -

dollar sizes are sold by all good dru gi3:1. I towards thu portion of the Withlaeooehee A negro fireman had the misfortune therein to execute said final decree

NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. WilLoM&us1afheLthdtiyofJpni4. D
lose his leg aud arm Thursday /w.
to ;
- -- -
I river. It is i.uly about seven between the noun of n o'clock i. m. and i

WEIRSDALE morning, from which he died in a oclockp.mot said day. in front of the south
miles from fttokts ferry: aud is expected 12 -'r.VjPPEPAIII VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN HAT t'N. door of the court house in Ocala Marion coun
I
few hours after. 1> der and bv virtue of a final decree in the ty. Florida at public outcry,ofler for sale and
to armiveVedusd&y.. It is circuit court of Marion county. Florida. render. will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash

Local Theatricals-People All Mr. Benedict 1 15.:: Goldberg, of Jacksonville ed February n 1924. in a certain cause wherein the mortgaged premises in said final decree
Prettf doing a grai: work in openiu up a MARGARET J. SPENCER and EDWIN described as follows, to-wit: The east half ot

m our city Thursday.Mr. SPENCER are complainants and ALBERT the southeast quarter of the northwest quarterof
Greatly Enjoyed the Performance, cfcaunel in the river. Mc':!; of the was DAVENPORT et. al defendants, the under section n.township 15, south of range 21 RICo

had the misfortune to signed special master will on also northeast quarter ol section 14.township 17..
Hough
On Feb. 26 the school house
Friday, crew attended church here .Sunday .Vo Jay. the 4/h day of Jprfl. 19l, south of range 20.all in Manon county Florida"or

at Wtirsdale: was: temporarily trails- night. he in a runaway last Wednesday, in front of the court house door in ,the city of isty so said much final thereof decree as and may costs be necessary ot suit. to Ml

I Ocala within the legal hours ot sale sell CARLOSL.SISIKUNK.:
without to the
ormed (utI) a theatre, aud an entertainuint Gulf Junction was agaiu represented although he escaped! any highest bidder for cash the mortgaged premises ALLIED & DAVIS. Special Master in Chancery.

therein described! to-wit: The east half of lot Solicitors for Complainant. 3.
iu aiol l of .
therein injuries.Mrs.
was! given iu Gaiterville Sunday. 3, of block 78 old survey city of Ocala. Sold to

churchXpt'UIt i!, under the Illlingt'ml'nt : Edward Holder pleasantly satisfy said decree and costsW.
In referring to the runaway men- W. CLYATT. NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION.

and directiou of Mr. Authouy tion in our last items will only iy entertained a few of her friends E. BLUM I COMPANY 2 :*' Special :Master,


Finzel. nothing serious happened.) Thursday afieruoon at her home one 5l7and5l9W.Baytt. Department of the Interior, Land Office at
ADMINISTRATOR'S
NOTICE. Gainesville. Fla..Jan.25.1904.
Mrs. Eugene Gates lI*ug iu pleasing mile southeast of Dunn llon.
We understand Mr. W. F. McCounuleuds -- IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH
Jacksonville, fla. NOTICE settler has filed notice of Ins
at) Ie, accompanied by her brother, leaving Gaiterville in a few OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: TO CREDI- intention to make final proof in support of his
Missionary Institute at Mclntosh. k itors,and all persons having claims againstthe claim, and that said proof will be made before
Mr. Arthua: AiUuis. Mr. Fiuzel sang days for Ft. Myers: to plant oranges. estate of :I ary E. Hict. deceased to present clerk circuit court at Ocala Fin. onJla.rA
same withm two rears or they will be barred.
the Dutcrjuiau's sung aud l'ro'okl'dmuch Gaiterville bad another: wedding Rev. J. P. ililburn, presiding: elderof This February 23rd 1904 51.41. /pel,

Church TROPICAL W. W. CLYATT. viz: Elijah L. Ferguson. ol Blitchton. Fin, Hd.
laughter! with hU comic- song, last week, that of Miss Loreua Allen the Methodist Episcopal 2 2S St Administrator.N 17521. for the couth half of northwest quarter
section 30 township 13 south. range east.
South has arranged a : for a
selei-led. and Mr. Boyd. program He names the following witnesses to to prove

Next followed a short i>autouiiue LTCLE JOE.BLITCHTON. missionary institute to be held atIutosh NOTICE. of his said continuous land. viz residence: upon and cutivatioa

PINE APPLE Dr. S. H Blitch. Wiley J. WiUi*. George M.
10.
1arrb 9 aud Among
travesty i by Miii Harriet Simpsuu M Richard and John W. vou'ter, all of rUllcritvm.Fla. .
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Coder Section W. G. ROBINSON.
, aud Messrs. A. Fiuzel aud Tom other things appearing on the program S.Chapter 4SS& Laws of Florida. 1-39 RegtUer.

for discussion are the following : -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT DOll -
Kdtll'). of Tax Certificate .
menico Pasello purchaser
At this poiut delicious io cream Wr. Fergu-Ku, of South Carolina, The Missionary Mass Meeting; The TAR and No 879 dated the and day of July. A. D. CENTRAL SPECIALSCHOOLDISTRICT
1894 has Died said certificate in my office. and -
served under the returned home Monday.Mr. Duty of the Pastor and his Equipment has made application for tax deed to issue in
aud caked were THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND
accordance with law Said certificate embracesthe WE
aud Mrs. Wever visited Mont I tax of the following describedterritory
skilful fingers: of the Weiisdale and : for Leading in Missionary Enterprises :Marlin following county described Florida. to-wit property: situated in will payers on

Clair last wtck. of Commencing feet north southeast cor- First M/iK/a/m March
The Missionary Aspect 410
Blautou society It'ader1: Allau ; WINE. I nor of northwest quarter section 15 township I present to the board of public instruction o<

Hon. H. W. Long, of Martel, was in Church Extension; The Missionary I IS.range n. thence south !8794 feet west 306 : Marion county. Florida this petition asking the
Cameron and Mrs. Van Kelsey.: feet north 800 feet north 70 feet 30', west to I said board to call an election for the purpose of
our community Monday.MisaianuieTripter Side of Christian Education; How to point of beginning creating a special tax school district to be
After the interval came the feature The said land being assessed at the date of known. he Central topcoat Tax SchOol Dw-
who has been of Missions in the the issuance of such certificate in the name tnct the above said district to include the following .
Develop the Spirit has cured bad
V>1 the t-v. ulug.1I. comedy sketch en more of Unknown. described territory: Commenaog at
the guest of Dr. and Mr Blitcb, returned :- School How to Make our Unless said certificates shall be redeemed northeast corner of section 5, township 12, range
tilled : "Ju,, in Time." Tho cast was Sunday ; of Indigestion according to law tax deed will issue thereonthe 20 on Alachua county line. Running went to the
cases
to her home in South Carolina Home Missions Self Supporting; The I9th day March. A. D. 1904. Levy county line. Thence south along Levy
follows county line to south boundry of Arredondo
as ; Witness my official signature and seal this the
Thursday.Rev. Mis La Grippa Stomach nf A. D. Grant line. Thence east to southeast corner o!
............Mr. Buckley Work of the Woman's Foreign 13 day February, 1934
Mr*. Fussy. ..... S. T.SISTRCNK. section 20,township it,range 20.: Thence north
J. X. Overhultz visited: Eureka The Work of theWowan' :219 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla. to point of beginning.
Charlie Raymond . .)Ir. A. Fiuzel. siouary Society ; disorders, Coughs and R. D. Zetrouer.J. K. Zetrouer. I. P. Bna'".
Sunday.Mr. H. M. Sherouse, J. S. Dunning. J. C. ZcuwcT.B. ,
Nellie Fulton... Miss Annie Johnson.! Home Missionary Society Colds this winter than J. Simmons V. P. Smith,C M. Smith, L. U.
in Ocala last Smith. W. T. P. D. K. Dunn,
B. R. Butch was Methodism and its Influence NOTICinO STOCKHOLDERS. Taylcr J. HOgan,
Lettle .Miss: Harriet riimpsou. Earley : J. L. Beck. as

Monday.J. of ALL OTHER renie-
The Evangelization
ou Missions;
Tom
. .. Dr. Lee.Mr. Kelsey. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting NOTICEOf

All acted well but social mention I W. Coulter was in the Brich City the World During the Present: Ce'n dies combined. of the stockholders of the Ocala Water

Tuesday.Mr. Company will be held in the city of Ocala on Application for Tax Deed Coder Sctttui I

must be made of Miss Annie Johnson, tury. Saturday izth day of March. 1904.R. of Chapter 4SSS,Laws of Florida.

who played the part of the vivacious Peterson, of Morrisou was in Among!! those who will take part in L. ANDERSON, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Co J.
of certificate
purchases tax
Nellie Fullou lo petfex'tiou.: The act. our city Tuesday.:! these dUcussions are Revs. J. P. Hll J. A. CMPBELL President. : No. 2212. dated the 5th day of April .D,
Secretary I 12 st 1692.! has filed said certificate in ray otfice. and
Messrs. I Davis & Moore of Mont
ing-manager Mr. Authony Fiuzel burn, L. W. Moore, W. J. Carpenter, has made application for tax deed to Issue IB

wished to take, this opportunity of 1 Brook, visited iu our city Tuesday.Mr. H. B. FrazeI: J. A. Hendry, R. M. tl3: REDDICK AND FAIRFIELD SPECIAL the accordance following with described law. Said property certificate situated embrace is

Marion ,Florida to-wu:
county
: /& and family visited at J. H. D. Mc- SCHOOL DISTRICT.
tendering his: congratulations: audthank1 Evans, J. 1'. Duncan, southeast quarter of southeast quarter ol
section IT.
27 township range 25.
the entire not Willistou Sunday.\ Rae, M. H. Outlaud, C. W. White, A. The said land being assessed at the date of
to company,
\\'E. THE UNDERSIGNED QCALIFED the isruince ol uch certificate in the name of
) the orchestra iu cuarie! of Quite a fishing party left here M. Liger, L. D. Haynes, T. S. Armi who pay a tax on real or personal Unknown. Unless said certificate shall
foigettiug property will ou .be redeemed according to law. tax deal wilt
the accomplished musicians, Mr. Tburday for Johnson's lake The following stead, M. T. Bell, '1'. W. Moore, B. T. tIle Jinol Monday in March 114, issue thereon on the bth day of iarch, 4. P.

composed the puty1t"I>", rs. Fred Pixtou T. H. Sistruuk J. present this petition to the Board of Public Instruction 190;
and Mr. A. Adams. Rape, Witness my official signature and teal this the
Florida
George Whippte of Marion county, asking the
2nd of A P.
nice Ferguson, Richard Blitch, Guy S. Collier, W. A. Ware, G. J. Ken- Set"our DruguUt: or Write said board to call :an election lor the pupro of day February s.19114.T. SlhTRONK
crowded anti
The hall was a creating a special Tax School District to be described
Clerk Cinutt Court .Manua Co. Fla
Butch aud the Nelson Bros. They nelly aud :Mrs. M. J. Bryan and Miss I the Jlauuf.u.rt.r-. as follows: All of township 13 south. -15 -
little aurn realized. Many thanks.X. : range 21 east except west half of section 5 and

X. X. returned home Saturday and say that Mabel Zetrouer.Mclntosh the east half! of section 23 and all of sections 6 NOTICE
and 24; and sees i. 2. n. 12. 13. 14. 23 and 14 oft
there ucreloU offish caught and that is cue of the mot hospitable -wu.-htp 13 south range 20 east. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THKi.1
BELLEVIEW. A. D.Jones. L Q. D LIFE AT it was a most delightful outing. as it is one of the most i eliutifulpllict' A. Ycngue. A. B. Yongue. A :Matthews. W. respectively the estate of John 1'. 0.... deceased
L. Go win. Wm. Murphy.; E S smith, A. J. will onSaturday
X. X. X. McClochhn. A. M. Cuol k. C. Younge. F. S.
!! iu Florida and we hope that lite xi Will of JWv. a. A 19tH.
l ball nine played Dupuis. W. A. V'ongue. J. B. Yongutr. A. C.
Hrlleview >
The itse
: who attend this meeting will Yongue A.B. Rou. 1. E- Yongue.H.G. Yongue. apply to the county judge of Marian county,
those
Saturday with the \-hool i boys Mr. George Ford took advantage of A. W. Yogur. J. A. Thomas G D. Rou. W. Honda at Ocala. Fla. for the purpeae of mai-
a game I LetrerttS. I. McAteer. G. M. Matt,S.W.Yongue, ing final settlement their account *.d for
intellectually spiritually
dratiug the latter with a score |lof 40 the lovely moonlight Monday night receive profit jr..S. W. Yongue sr., I,.E. Scott, R H. Scott final discharee.-.
H C. DCNX.
I. H. Carter James Bracewtll W. H. Sherouse.
to 4. aud gave an omnibus: drive to a few aLma iu every other way. T. J. Davisou. J. M. Robinson C. M. Cam u. B. W. A. HOCKMR.Exfevtor.
Wilson.. R. A Boyd. B. S. Dam by. W. H. *.
Mr. Frank Barrett returned Friday friends to the Springs and a boat ride Bishop. S. I.. Fritz. J. W. Wilson J. C Dupree. A Lie* K LAW.
; Baggage\ Wagon Drivers' Strike. J X Sheely.W. D Bobbin J. :II. SherouM B. 12-25 Jlzv utnz.
visit to relatives in Jack several miles down that beautiful and P. Hall, L M. Sherouse. W. :M. sherouse. W. S.btouman. .
from long
a Kansas
; City March 2.-Drivers Oibaggage a. V. Billmgsley. Z. A. :McClacon. -aNOTICECF
Tropical
bouville and Georgia. romautic stream. The party consisted wagons of some of the local' Isoin}lohnson J. J. Meadows. C W. L Den- FINAL DISCHARGE.
ham W. F. Pullman, J. H. BillinRsley, V. s.uthony. .
The largt shipment of velvet of Miss Esther Weathers, Miss transfer companies went out today .\ R. W. McAnley. E. D. Rou. R. N
without warning to their employers Johnson! k. M. Fife. L.s. Light. Jake Leitner.W. N THE 4TH DAY OF AfGCST 1904. THIS
: beaus ever wade from here went out Hattie Dye, Miss Mona llillrr, MISs Manufacturing p. Wood.P. B. Livingston. S" 1. McGeehee. O undersigned will present her acseunl and
and joined the 400 truck driver who H, Hendoix. D. S. Grover.
W. S. Davenport. J. vouchers with Hon. 11.. BuIUck. county j;" Monday night) when Mr. Warren Emily Ford, Miss Nevitt and Miss struck yesterday. There is a possl E. C.Gladney. J. E. Spencer, W. M. bhockley. and ask for a final settlement and 4tkchar(, a.administratrix .
: Ceo. M. Long. i 5 of the estat of Juha f. Joftn-
shipped about eighty barrels. Sara Harris: Mr. George Ford, Mr. bility that all union drivers number Conpny. son.deceased, this 4th day of February.: i u4.

returned Mr. Johu Taylor and ing 3.000 may also go out in sympathyitn ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS FRANCES A HOWSK
Mr. aud MM. C. HauUud Sidney hitler, 2 5 icm 6m Adramiitratn
J >\ the truck drivers. Most of tte

I TueatUy from u trip down the Maua Mr. Arthur Masters.: ; The !pirty wss men now out are ngroes: and violence JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .

NOTICE.Of .
tee bevtiou. chaperoned by Mr. B. A. Weathers is tear d unless the strike is soon set
Sold by All Druggists.

I The rrgul.r monthly meeting of the and Mrs. Berry Hiss. The occasionwas tied. 11 VfOTICE itors,legatees IS HEREBY distnbutees GIVEN and TO all persons CRED- Application fur Tax Peed Under Section I ot

couucil was held Tuesday. Only certainly most enjoyable. ._ having claims or demands against the estate of Chapter 4SS8. Law of PUridm.
town Mail Order Man Arrested. Jonn F. Edwards deceased. to present the
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT D. K.
routine buslneJ w& transacted.MM. Chicago.! March 3.-W. G Pomeroy fame within two years 01 they will be barred .NOTICE *. purchaser of tax certificate No.
of this -office in this the jtd day of February. 1904
A representative
: have conducted 2171. daiea the 5D day of Apnl. A. D. 1492.' ind
stud Mc irs. who i is said to a mal DOLLY C. EDWARDS.
F. Wasuburu 0 Tax Certificates No. :167. Z*I6 j87r dated
making his way through the "Houe order business under the name of "Tr.- 4 2 16t Administratrix Augnst'th.i&,4. has bled uid'certificaU: my

E. W. Terrell aud John Dudley left been office and made application for tax der-J
International Bank, has arrested
That Treats: You Right" noted yesterday to Issue in accordance with law. Said certificates -
I Tuesday night for Tamp* on a short oy Deputy United States Marshal. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FINAL embrace the follow lag described property
morning that hirt waists w ne SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE situated in Manon county Florida to-wif
Thorn is: Mixton, on the charge of us southwest of southwest
(>U.8Ure tripe West ball of quarter
very much in evidence and in very hag the word "national" illegally quarter of northeast quarter and Bortawm*
Mr and Mrs. George Pope, of Jack. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE quarter of northwest quarter of southeast q ar- -
great, demand! and when he inquirer Pomeroy's scheme involves the sell NOTICE executor of the last will and tot f nd northwest quarter of southwest qaarter

ouville, arrived Wednesday with the for much ing of "bonds" on a sort of endless testament of JOHN A. COLE. deceased. will on of northeast quarter and east hall of south we.l
the cause of the cause so tfieJ-'Sth day of Yelmiaty A.D.1 04. quarter of aoutbweslquarter of northeast quarter
c remains! of their ten month's: old : chain system which he says is le section 14. and commencing at northeast
make coal settlement of his accounts and applyfor
doing in that line was told that corner of southeast quarter of northwest quarter .
final settlement
for burial here. The funeral Kitimate. fin "Uscharge. Such ana section 14. township 17. r*uge 14. thence
baby kind that "i to be made to the county Judge of
had secured the applicai rods
Masters:: south i jo rods west 80 rods south 10 west
services were held Thursday morning 2: The Marion "". at Ocala. Florida rods south 1.68 rods went u 88 rod ncrtli
: "Geisha Cynthiana, Ky.. March ease 8 28 6m J. M LIDDELL 32
sells ou sight vtz: The 51 68 rods, east 51.88 rod, north ij roda cast
ID the Belleview cemetery. of Juror King who served in the D. A. MILLER. 3 srodsnorthl5rOd3.5d 1H n.dS. north iS-.

Waist" for which the house is the trial of Jett and White convicted for .- -- cast 56 75 rod*. east 13 S-3 rod to point of be-
The nt'gro child, who was so badly tti1IzeJOUIsparetimc NOTICEThe ginning, all in section 14.towunhip '7. range 24.
exclusive agent. It is also agent fcr the murder of J. B. Marcum, was ended Home The said land heing assessed it the date ot
burned at the turpentine camp died Study at t :;: J,, the issuance of such certificates ia the aameofUnknown.
the "Eagle. Brand" linger today by a verdict of not guilty. Lea:.. mae, and you J. E Kouse E. U. Coat and
several weeks of suffer 0U_ With the Tablet Hoax Study LCSUK you need ux.we law requires that the state and county G. Fish. Unless said certificate thalt
Monday alter The charge against King was perjuryin John
Arithmetic.Aiuewa.Ceaiaetiy
.
home oc employment leara Bookkeet-og. tax bok of 1903, shall doseD April first. redeemed according to law. tax deed wlO

ing. That should survive so long FOR S.\LE.-\ good farm horse and.agon :answer to questions when examined '..>ica.Latin tfc..Tnrher Grammar.>aiiie Wietonc< to poss, Literature.>nili>tiGBS.8m.Cm History.P Please govern ourselves accordingly. issue thereon on the 6th day of Aprit 114.

11.0'15 bushels of seed piuders "* a juror in the Jett andVi f ocxI.s'. wffg. 4dts.L BUlb, I'aIa1U,,. Respectfully Witness my official signature ana Ml thu
were \ of March. i<#
wa* a marvel as; its injuries the and day 4S.T.
.
:\>7 North Magnolia :Street, A. YSiruuk !- .. Medicated Salt rick lor Mock. E.L.Ci&XEY. SISTKUIt'
I I Tax Collector. 34 Clerk Cinuit Conrt Kuioa(Q. JfIa.v .
frlshlful. Josit.j 1 (\ a1a. FI It Ocala Ste Store, Sel I Agent.I :.










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Thrown Down 40-Foot

Embankment.HAD F TEA-POT GROCER

BACKED INTO MAIN TRACK.
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Train Had Been Split at Crossing .....-. a

and Part Rolled on, Colliding with


Louisville Express-No, Ky.Passengers, March !.-Injured.A specia. I Remember t

to .The. says Evening: Post from Princeton.Ky. ,.

"Express Train No. 104, on the Illinois -.
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Central railroad from New Orleans --- ....
to Louisville, ran into a sectionof .
a freight train in the yards here i' ..-...
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loot The embankment engine was thrown into a down creek,a the 40- :: .' We are in the Grocery business and we study to please, for a ==

engineer.. George Tagg being killed ...... ....
and buried in the wreck. ....
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Conductor McKinne was badly inJured -

a,broken and Fireman leg Tom Nona Jones of the suffered passengers -' -" pleased customer is our best advertisement, and if we don't please 3 .

was injured. ..-
The freight had been cut in two at fft0 ,

a street crossing, but a part of it had : it will be favor to if will let know :
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backed onto the main track. you a us you kindly our Manager .

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FIGHT FIRE WITH SALT WATER. -' ".

New York Fire to Use Purposes.River Water for E: where the trouble is so it can be rectified. Don't get mad over some little :S .

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hearing at which men were present

representing in real estate billions mercantile of dollars invested stocks E trivial occurrence that has happened through neglect or want of courS.

and manufacturing plants, Mayor Me- i'
Clellan has given order for the immediate -0...
of with
preparations plans a
detailed estimate of the cost for establishing the of clerk for we the not know
some
a system of salt water :: tesy on part managers, may i
mains to fight fires. --- ......
, The water will be taken from the 0- 0 .
North and East rivers. It is pro E of the But if will let know 3
posed thus to save greatly the drain anything occurrence we assure you you us
upon the fresh water supplies of Manhattan 0 -0
and Brooklyn.It -. .

system is proposed in the lower at first sections to install of the the E the trouble, whether it is the treatment by the clerks or that the goods 3

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city but if it comes up to expectation -
the mains will be extended furtherup 0
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MUST DECIDE BY MARCH 15. := are not what they are represented to be we will remedy it if it is may'1 !

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There Is Likely To Be Another StrikeIn 0 .

New. York, March New 2-The York. New York E possible to do so. For we are in the business to serve the public with :ElIB

Lithographic Artists and Designers' 0 -. .
union has folowed the example of the 0- -0
Lithographic printers, in joining the
ultimatum of the employing lithogra be had low is consistent ::
phers' asociation. There are 2.0. the best that can at as a a price as witha

men in the unions here. 0
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The employers called on the workersto 0- -0

accept March 15 an or arbitration face a lockout agreementby of 0- legitimate profit. m .3ctI \

union men., 0
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A mass meeting has been called for
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March 10, when it is expected a decision 0- --0
will be reached as to whetherthe 0- -0
men shall strike or submit to a 0- -<11
lockout. --

FAIR EMPLOYEES STRIKE. : Don't Take It for Granted To The Contrary, 3'

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1,000 Landscape Laborers Lay Down 00 -0
Their Working Implements. 0 -0
St. Louis, March 2.-one thousand 0- 0

men employed by the Louisiana Pur E offered Compare the Quality before passing :itill
of
chase Exposition company as laborers That because you are a can
en landscape, road building, track lay 0 -..
Ing and other work at the world's 0 -
fair, struck today whey informed that 0 -4
after next Monday the summer schedule ::: corn for 10 cts and it has a fine wrap judgment and Quality Governs the
of wages, 20 cents an hour, wouldbe ....
restored. P0 -0

jetting Since 25 October cents an the hour.men They have claim been 0-- per on it, that:because we charge you ::: -

the understanding was that this scale :: Price, and we are willing to stand by -
was to be permanent Director ot ......1'
Works Taylor says it is only agreedto 15 cts.Wfor: our .....
pay the extra 5 cents an hour during 00 -
the cold weather and short days ---0
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National Grain Growers In Session. the comparison So it is all
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along
SCARLET
Omaha Neb. March 2.-Twenty I ROYAL :
states were represented by more than 00 --III
250 delegates to the national cooperative --
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grain growers and stock raiser
association when that body conveneu 0- the line. We want your trade and 3 ,
here today. The executive commit EVERGREEN CORN
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tee appointed at the last .
convention 0 ... .
in Chicago has been in session two .....
days, and presented to the convention 0 r
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a plan for a more thorough orgamza
tion and for making the work of tin 0That We are High Priced. guarantee to gIve you value received .m

New association blocks of of a the much capital wider stock scope ol --- .......

>$5,000,000} will be offered for sale to -
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members and a number'of large elevators 0 ....
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Chicago Chicago, March Robbers 2.-Three Get $100.robber Our line of Groceries and Feed -0 ;
have followed Patrick Burke, a coal is complete and 3
dealer, from a restaurant to hU office ::: ,
attacked him, and after terriffic ..
struggle, in which a stove was over.turne1 -00
+ setting fire to the place, left .
him bound and gagged and uncon- prices right 3
ecious, with a fractured skull The 0 .-tY
escaped with $100. Burke, who is ..
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60 years old, was almost suffocated 0- -0

stove by the before smoke he from recovered tIlt overturned consciousness I fit- Call and Convince Yourself.

and broke his bonds. His con : :i
ditlon is critical I
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President Kruger In Good Health.
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Mentone, France, March 2.Contra :
ry to the alarming rumors circulating I 0THIS
TEA POT
In regard to the health of Mr. Kru- I GROCER
ger, former president of the Transvaal !
j Dr. Huysmans, his physician ,
says that not for some years has C. ....... ......

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