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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 11, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
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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. AXXVII, KG ':J5 OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 11. 11.04 COLLAR A YEAR
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1 f ''t"tr"r""r""r"r""tr""tr1'r"r"r"r"'r"r"r" " " " "!" " >2a' I THE RACES ,TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY'S R CES. Mrs. Maughs Entertains the Original i I IA

i Whist Club.

i I Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap | I Crowd Not Large But Races Excit I Ed Carmichael's "Glad Hand" Wins' Mrs. G. T. Mtughs very delightfully Customer

ing. Principal Race-The Rabbit enterrained the Original Whist "

== Is good with any water, but is specially The* Chase Galled off. Club Wednesday afternoon at her
t r weather Tuesday was in all Says:
n adapted for Hard Water. lOc or 3 for tic :: I cozy home on Ocklattaha avenue f fH
== I' -- respects ideal and the races under Although!: the weather Wednesday
-- -- Miss Annie" Davis marked the score
the management of Col. V. H.' H \ was delightfully propitious and the
-- :fi.r .: -- track iu lUa nifi'elit shape the crowd for the afternoon. The score cordswere II:feel safe when you
I ton were tbe most exciting that have
J hand
r E i attending the Park very pretty painted yellow have
:: Driving WAS not my money, because I
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ever occurred on tbe Ocala race track. JohmjuilK
21-- -y large enough to create very great know must le
.. The color scheme of yeiio. white safe beforeI
-- --- It i is to (if regretted that the grandStand -nthu--
,. == :. Jr wan cot crowded. Tho- who The tirst event was a half mile and green was very primly carried can get ran f\ of \yollrs ;
$\ -.e
-- I..'../s' --. were present got full returns for their riinuiaj race, in which there were I out in the refreshments 'ihich consisted Some might grumble at
= 9d of ice cream, cake, mints and
:: i :: money and will t.e induced to go a there entries!: I cotfee. Mrs. your being strict, but I
assisted in
-- I Glad Haud, Carmichael.. Maughs was .
--: 1--- t-econd time. I Grace Banter, Harry Kelly. serving by Mrs. Austin, Miss Brco think it i.t commendable."
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Jr I For the harness race, three quarter and Miss Davis.
r Bessie Arnold, J. P. Snatchelt.

== -- -- --- ---- -------- --- ----- .,.. mile heat-, three i a the, the following (ilad Hand was the favorite, and The prize, a beautiful Japanese
--- gong, was cut for l.y Mrs. Wool;en,
entries were made: bets on her were freely taken af 1 to

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE i 1. Pat Wilkes J. R. liiacki-tou. :J.o511t' did not disappoint her admirers latter Mrs. Rheinauer being the fortunate and \lr$. winner.Mnrsh, the Munroei&' Chambliss, .

2. Defender jr., W. Abrams. and came out an easy winner.
== Prescriptions receive careful attention === Those present beside the club mem Bankers
or -- 3. Genevieve. B. Conley. The second race was a quarter mile ,

-- im 4. Myrtle R., Standby & Co. dash for Ocala owned ponies There bersere Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Reanion, OCALA, FLORIDA.Urotcaatcual. .

/!iljlljljl1, 1'jl'jl'jlljl'jl1jl'jl.11.1'jl' ' ,. ..lijl jll.l. jlijlijl'jl' jl'' In the first heat Defend r, jr., held were four entries: Miss Reardon, Mrs Hale, Mrs.
I Woollen Mrs. -- -- -
Harris and Miss Barco.
--- -- -- --- first place, Ueuevieveecond, Pal Ea+y Going, Ed Small.
Oa I .
1-avinge.ich
guest was present-
V- Wilkes third, and Myrtle ft, fourth. Creole, a Gyp!'y. .... ......
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led. 11\ith u 3 eliow Johnquill by little
In the second heat Defender jr., Major, Pe>ton Bailey. T.BIGGS,

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE first place, Genevieve It'CCJud, Pal Black Imp, O car J.ihiiffn.This Miss! Sarah Dtvia aud Miss Gene ATTOR.\-EY-AT.LAW.
Au 'iD as a souvenir of the delightful
Wilkes third, cud Myrtle R. fourth.In ra', ex iid considerable I (Office in Ginr-Agntw Block.)
.. afternoon. OCALA. FIOH1DA.J .
LANDS. the third heat D.-fendir jr., still Amu em-uj, Creole was ridieii bare I

held first" place, Pat Wilkes advanced ItaklU Rack Imp got rid of his : AIUtlDI the prominent visitors to | D. Ft'UER.,_

toseeondGenevieve third.and Myrtle rider before the tiuuu. Pylon proved this ct'y yesterday was J. M. Metfert, DENTIST.

c R r-tameil fourth. au easy winner, and in his eX'-ile- of Ocala, one of the leading businessmen Over Monroe& ChambtiM fUgfc Oct. Fit.
If you have phosphate lands you wish to sell or
t any This was the mot exciting race of went neglected lO return to the and lI t progressive cituens in J !1. THOMPSON
f royalty communicate with him.
I lease on
the Pat Wilkes judge's stand and give the necessary :
, series holding a Marion county. Mr. Meffert is interested PHYSICIAN AMU SCK6EON

I i.. .f steady gait and at the finish was less salute, for which he had t>> forfeit extensively iu the lime aud Office over Tea-pot Grocery. ILAEDWIN ,Opp. VfeatennA.OCALA. .

1r than the 1 length of a neck behind the the dollars his prize money.In ''I sawmill business at Martin, and also --- --

Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala F'aABA winning horse. The excitement bw the third rate there were four owns an interest in the Ocala Planing SPENCER_

came intense and it was clearly evident entries : I Mills:, the firm being Meflert & Taylor. ATTORN FY-AT.LA W,

that Pat Wilsts! had many Prenti Young, J. P. .Matchett. This firm has just completed a OCALA. ,.80,. FLORIDA!
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friends among the onlookers.!! Declaimer, Eirl Horton. modern ice plant, and is now preparing K. CHASE.

r oJ ELIZASEia :EA&SIS. Local Editor 1 1I 1t I T. W. South & Company, the nw After the harness racing a Kansas Judge Pettus, J. P. Matchett. to install a cold storage ,Jl'I.ut-( J DEsrnT._

t I hardware firm, have secured the I jack rabbit was turned loo e on the Hand Organ, Harry Kelly.In t I ment.-Gainesville Sun.: OCALA FLA

I 1E HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. i i Ocala agency of the famous Patton truck iu front of a pack uf hounds this Judge Pettus was altogether --- -
Working Overtime. /CARLOS L SIsTXCNK.J
I Sun Proof paints. With the reputation and the lace for life soon became the favorite and the betting on him \

3 Will P. Edwards ha a live wild fox i ii .! held by this article, and Tom ihirlliug, the rabbit making a clean went at 1 U 3, and the odds: against Eight hour laws are ignored by TTORNEY.AT.UW.
tireless little workers-Or. King's Room 4. Masonic Buil i and will soon have a chase. Smith's push, we predict a large in- circuit of the track without leaving Declaimer: were as much as 10 to 1, I I New Life Pills. Millions are alwaysat _

cress- in their business in OeiU. it. Eventually, however, It left the and the spectators were greatly surprised -', work, night and day, curidg indigestion
Mr. B. L. Etsterlipg, of Martin, ______ POLE iltO1IE} rA."fDV.R
n trick and unexpectedly collid d before the end of the race to biliousness, constipation, !sick! !
seasavisitorto Ocala Tuesday. :Mrs. Harry Wright and children, for,.:....-- r ...... arwi-__
headache and stomach liver and
'"' 1 with a fox terrier and was' caught. see Declaimer. easily distance his ,
li f. who have spent the winter with Ir"Vri.bt'd bowel troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe -
I IJ Mrs. M. L. Durand returned Tues-! The pack wan soon upon it and the competitors and cross the wire sever
\ pareuts, General and sure. Only 15c. at AntimonopolyDrug and J/Al'LJ.
jar from a visit to Duuuellou.Rev. I I rabbit paid the penalty with its life al paces ahead. store and Ti'dings & Co. m
)[r.. Robert Bullock, left Thursdayfor
for the fun it created for the specta Several of the amateur betters -. --
and Mrs. J. P. Reeves, of I White Springs to spend a few days The Confederate Veterans met in .
tors. found themselves many dollars "
Spring Park, spent Tuesday! in Ocala. with Mrs. Wright's brother, Mr. the city council chamber at eleven t.
I The next part of the program was a richer. l
Harrison Burton Bullock, before returning to o'clock Monday morning. Quite a I
CapL R. of Jesburg, i j I running race, four ani one half fur. Col. H. Y. Horton was starter, !
their home m Macon, Ga. number were present. Mr.
pent Tuesday with his many Ocala 1 loug deals, two in three. while Jud e Godshaw occupied toe J&mt's'I( FUNERALDIEECT03S.
.. Carrington Kendrick, was enroll. !
frig nds. Mr. J. M. Benton continues to sell The following w!re the entries: judge's stand. ,
ed as a DeN member. A fommittec !
Dunnellon: ig soon to be connected oft Min bas beautiful new addition. 1. Harry Duke, Frank Matchett. .'. .
Good Detietiwo'Work. consisting of Camrades J. D. Lancaster
with Ocala by telephone. A hard In addition to those sold to Mr. D. A. Grace Banter, C. To in be r so a. I -I-II
1 C. M. Brown and L. L Aikeii was
road will follow. I Clark of Martel l, and Mr. Bam Davis 3. Miss! Horton, Earl: Horton. Special Officer Hutson deserves a j t I Have a full Took of Coffin*, CatkeU
appointed to solict contributions in
f|I of Juliette, already noted iu these 4. Prentiss Young, J. P. Matchett. great deal of praise for catching up i: and Burial Outfits. Special given to
: aid of the Gordon monument. Capt. i iLytle I
Mrs Woollen, of Indianepolll, Ind., I I columns, he has !sold one to Mr. C. C. 5. Hand Organ Harry Kelly. with those young rascals who bave J" I i.ltitcr. .

U the guest of her sister, Mrs. Herbert Todd, of this city, and one to Judge In this race Harry Duke was the been entering stores and private residences present., of Stanton, was among thOlie i I I Embalming to Order

Anderson. Packhim, of spring Park. favorite, and Grace Banter second, In this city from time to time 4

and the betting was in that direction. for weeks past. -
Porter returned to De-
Bessie
Miss It is rumored that Hon. E. L.
The start was an even one. Harry From the plunder recovered it seems
her studiesat
Lend Tuesday to continue Wartmann, of Citra, Hon. M. L,
Duke soou taking the lead and hold- that they have been doing a wholesale .
Stetson: University. Payne, of Fairfield and Mr. J. M. STRAUSS & CO.
ing it to the finish, Grace Banter thieving business.
I Mathews of Flemington, will enter ,
Mrs Elmore Davidson and baby, coming in second, Miss Horton third, Will DeBose, porter at the Ocala I
the legislative race. If the rumor
after a brief visit in Ocala and York, f Hand Orgaa fourth, and Prentiss House, seems to have.been the leader, OCALA FLORIDA,
turna out to be true there will then
Iapf returned to Leesburg Tuesday after. Young fifth.Between his sweetheart putting him on to the
I be something doing in politics in this Wholesale aijd Detail Liquor Dealers.STRAUSS'
neon. I county sure enough. the first and second heats theft of the Eagleton jewelry, and in .

another rabbi race equally as exciting all these transactions he seems to
)Ir. W. C. Bull has returned from

Tennessee, where he went to purchasea Mrs M. C. Looney was the hostessof as the first followed hy a still have had for his chief coufederate,

pair of horses for the Ocala Fire the Married Ladies Whist Club larger number of hounds was run. Jim Williams, porter of the Montezuma I

tt Department.The Wednesday afternoon. The visitors Iu the second heat Harry Duke hotel. :

present besides the club members were took the lead but had only proceededa After stealing the diamonds from _

Ocala Weekly Banner was Mrs. Mallory Liddon, Mrs. Sis. short distance before his rider was the residence of Dr. Eagletorf! while

': never more popular thah it is today. trunk, Mrs. Woodrowand Miss Edith thrown over tbe horse's head makinga the! family were at supper, they took

Every day brings it letters of endorsement Piatt. The prize, a lovely bon bon complete somersault and narrow. the stones from the settings and sold

and encouragement.Mrs. dish, was won by Mrs. Munroe,which ly escaped being trampled to death, them for what they could get for I IX L

W. L. Hale, who has been she very gracefully presented to but fortunately the jockey received them, and were selling patent leather

spending the winter with her brother the hostess.: only a scalp wound. In this heat shoes for a dollar and whole suits of

; Mr. R. L. Anderson is now with her Hand Organ, of whom very little ready made clothes for most any old [ EOISTEED]

Anderson.. Death of a littld Girl. seemed to be expected and against price.
brother, Mr. H.
Little Elizabeth, the two and a half whom the bets were placed at four to Besides most of the magnificent

Mr. W. H. Scarborough, a prosper year old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. one, took the load as soon as tbe acci- jewels stolen from Dr. Eagleton De- : BALIMOHERYE

ous trucker, of Anthony, was in John F. Crawford died Tuesday after- dent betel the rider of Harry Duke, Bose had almost a trunkful of fine

Ocala Wednesday with a supply of noon and was buried Wednesday after- and held it to the end. shoes, ready made clothes and gents fIVE YEARS OLD.

strawberries and they were certainly noon. Elizabeth was a sweet bright, In the third and last heat Harry furnishing goods.

beauties. little child and her death is greatly Duke again came out the winner. These young scamps should be madeto

Hon. W. P. Haisley has recently re- lamented. The sympathy of the During the intermissions the Ocala box turpentine trees to the extreme '-

turned from a visit to his grove in whole community is extended to the Colored Cornet Band played lively length of time fixed by the statutes.

Hlllflborough county and fronting the grief-stricken parents. music and the afternoon was in every .
A Physician Writes."I .
bay. It U wtJte with bloom and is a way enjoyable. Bottles,
FOURD $2.90
Colds are Dangerous. am desirous of knowing if the d
' of beauty.
t a vision How often you hear it remarked; Well Again profession can obtain Line in bulk

i Q Miss Helen Blair of Cincinnati "It's only a cold,"and a few days later The many friends of John Blount for prescribing purpoel'S'l It has Bottles
been of to in ,
great use me treatingcases $8
Ohio arrived in the city Tuesday learn that the man ia on his back will be pleased to learn that he bas of dyspepsia brought on by excesses = 12 Deliver'd 50

afternoon and Is the guest of galas with pneumonia. This is such common entirely recovered from his attack of or overwork. I have never.
rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain
Emily Ford. Miss Blair has been a occurrence that a cold, however Balm cured him after the best doctors known it to fail in restoring the organs

frequent visitor to Ocala and her slight, should not be disre erded. in the town (Monon, Ind.) had affected, to their healthful activity.

friends are always delighted to see Cnamberlaic'a Cough Remedy c')un. failed to give relief. The prompt relief 50c. bottle at Antimonopoly Drug ;;4j:;
: teracta any tendency towards pneumonia. from pain which this liniment 8 tore and Tydicgs and Company m

I i[ her. ___ It always cures and is pleasant affords is alone worth many times the

;It t PMEYSHTONEYCpM: I to take. Sold by all druggists and cost. For sale by all druggists and EOLEIjOItETArDTARCures

I i V ..kll IU'D" I medicine dealers. m madicine dealers. m Cch.t Ph1 ., PaWOtua1 Orders Filled Same Day Received


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Spring Humors I E. L. Carney. After the Governor. BLITCH TO I. A Hustler. --
Women as Well as Men
About MX mouths ago Mr. E. P. Now the Marion county democratic Mr. Bob Sanders of Dunnellon,

Come troubles to most people and cause many Thagard resigned thf office of collector executive committee is after our governor Mr. Jesse Blitch was in Moutbrook was in Ocala Wednesday and wit- Are Made Miserable. by '
,-pimples, boils and other
.)f revenue uii'i after a fair trial of with a sharp stick because he Sunday. eased the races. 1
eruptions, besides loss of appetite, Kidney Trouble.Kidney i
.. that tired feeling, flu of biliousness, strength Utore the dewoeraticrxecu persists in ignoring party usages and Nellie Marlow in company with Mr. Sanders represents in tbe grow

Indigestion and headache. tive committee, C.pt. E. L. Carney custom in making appointments: ef Misses Wever and sister Arttie Mar- ing city of Dunnellon the Royal, trouble preys upon the mind 6*. ..

The sooner one gets rid of them the WM$ declared: the uu.tnimous choice of county officials. The former gover- low, spent Sunday in Ocala attendingthe Tailors, Ed. V. Price & Co. and the courage and: lessens ambition beauty,"I,..

better, and the way to get rid of them the committee for this office aud during nors generally referred all such ap- funeral of Rev J. C. Porter. Chicago Tailors and says bid sales last v'. .:.e 1 _r and disappear ch erfulB rhea_tic MM kidneys

and to build up the system that has the short time b<:* has occupied it pointments to the county executive Mrs. Wever visited a Wllliston year amounted to 30.0CO)(I( and that !' art out of otto
uttered from them is r t= or diaccaled.
to take
has: fciveu the wust generrl satisfaction committee and then appointed the Sunday. last Saturday he scored tbe biggest > ,. Kidney troupe leas

Hood's Sarsaparillaand and iu si doing he has only party or parties recommended, but There is some sickness in our com- stile of his life. .\:',\:"'... become M prmleM

Pills iiitasured, up to the expectations of Governor Jennings doesn't adhere to munity consisting mostly of measles Bob is certainly a hustler. : Ii I that far a it cfciii U not to UMXMANM to tort*

his friends. this rule or this part of the party among the school children.Mr. ------ fAt\:. ',. iffbetej with w.*k kit
Forming in combination the The celery patch belonging to If the child!
: Spring reys. tma
and Mrs.
Lewis of Mo&tbrook
and ahead appointingwhom ,
Temperate, industrious, methodical, platform, goes -
aes too cf-en it UM
Medicine excellence of Mesara.:: C. A. Brown and Leon FUhel
par unequalled conscientious he is!! iu every way fitted he wishes without consultingany visited parents here Sunday. urine scalds the flesh or if, when the erdt
strength in purifying the blood as on the Spencer pond lot ia now' being rabes an age .hen It should be able t.
for success, and he has held the one on the subject, except, per ftTr. Granger of McIntosh stoppedover o
as
ihown by unequalled, radical and permanent planked for bleaching purposes and is control the passage, it it yet .ffic cures of office only for a part of a term democratic haps the applicants. A number of in our burg this week driving a o bed-wetiinj. depend upon it the cite ot
certainly looking fine and giving: the difficulty is kidney trouble and the dmstep
. ; Scrofula Salt Rheum custom aud tradition gives it to democrats have protested to this violation herd of cattle -to-Dunnellon.-- promise of a nice little im-oue to the should be towards the treatment .f

scald Head' Bolls, Pimples him for the asking. of party rules but it does no Severe Cold For Thru Mon ths. thus important orrins. This Mptwtin
owners. They have twelve thousand '' trouble i: due to a diseased MaJitMB .f ta
All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis It i is not at all likely that he will I good as the governor keeps on making The following letter from A. J. plants and )lr. Brown who has had '. kidneys and bladder and not to t luM u

Blood Poisoning Rheumatism have any opposition.He : appointments. Here in Jacksonville Nusbaum, of Yatesville, Ind., tells its ,. most people suppose.
Catarrh Dyspepsia, Etc own story: "I suffered for three experience in growing celery in south .. Women aj well as men are made IM*
is making an ideal officer.At the county committee has been
erable with ant
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kidney saltier If".
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Accept no substitute, but be sure to months with a severe cold. A drug- Florida says he has never seen any !'
and both ned the
almost the same great remJ/
get Hood's, and get it today. the Race Track Yesterday. completely ignored by gist prepared ice: some medicine, anda better.T. The mild and the trnmedote' effect .!

governor with the result that many physician would prescribe for me, I Swamp-Root is soon i re.h-- II &I MI4

For Pains aches coughs colds etc, There were only running races yesterday good democrats avow they will vote yet I did not improve. I then triedFoley's E. Pritchett Candler, attended i iI by drufgists in fiftyf J-
the management saving the I cent and one dollar< 39*_\1
try Turkeween Oil, sold by Tidings for him no more for any position. Honey and Tar, and eight the meeting of the county democratic : sizes. You may have a j

& Co. bigger attractions for today. i Metropolis. doses curedme.." Refuse substitutes executive committee Monday and sampie bottle by mail

A man in the 8au! Franscisco i hoe Harry Duke was again the wiouer Postoffice Drug Store. m !'i free, also pamphlet teU11-..,iing ........
incidentally remarked to
Joe Matkews. a representative all about: it. including many of the
pital has forgotten who he i id. He has in one of the races and Siugiug Hams' Show Here. of this paper that the groves at thousands of testimonial letters rc ivM
It were as futile to attempt to gild from sufferers cured. Dr Krfmei
Inwrfcinr
succeeeded Nymph, owned by W. B. Coaolly, of '
in doing what
a great
the the add The Famous Nickel Plate Show arrived Candler are looking; prettier now than I & Co.. Binehamton. N. Y, 11 vat sad
sun, paint lily or perfumeto
Hernando won the other.
many have tried to do. county, earl this morning and have ever before and if the bloom is any mention this par r.
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In the pony races, owned by local the rose as to attempt to tell the -
pitched their tents at McGrann's promise the crop will be large. !
very !
Mr. J.
Car8ttoDS 111 able to be out celebrities: Harry Fausett's pony was people of Marion county anything
Park for today. They AU the Candlerites are in good spirits. '
again after having been confined to an winner. about Joe Mathews that they do not gave splendid
easy street parade this morning whichwas THOROUGHBREDBULLS
his home for several weeks with a already know. "No lecture G.I
Rev. Len
Harry was: his own jockey. seen by large crowds all along the says

broken leg. Today's; program is as follows: Mr. Mathews knows every man, line of march. Despite being here Brunghton, pastor of the Tabernacle, { ,

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First Race-Running. Fue furlong woman and child in the county and after a holiday the afternoon performance speaking about Capt. Jack Crawford
FOR SALE-100 bushof! corn AND COWS.SHORTHORNS
more or less!, for information apply to dish. i all their belongings down to the I was well attended, and not "ever gave better satisfaction. We .
dissenting: voice could be heard
B. S. Quarterman, Fairfield, Fla. 3113 Second lUce-" Running. Tnree- minutest description of a fractional have had the greatest in the country
from among the large: number who
half acre of land. but cone have excelled He
ever him.
eights hell Is. ,
attended.
Mr.J. W. Crosby who has a large

turpentine farm in South Florida is Auto Kce Machines owned in Joe held the office of assessor for The show is given in one ring, so is a double warp and twisted success. ,

Ocala. Five mile dash silver I sixteen or eighteen years and had become that all can see all that takes place He is all wool and a yard wide. He
up for a day or two greatly to the de. cup.
light of his family and friends. Two rabbit chases. I such an expert in all the various and is much more appreciated than is just what a lecture committee needsto
I one of the three ring kind. The acrobats -
I Mr. Henley will also do some fancy j j details in land descriptions that his aeriolists and riders make a whole course with one
gymnasts,
La grippe coughs yield quickly to f
shouting. friends were willing to otter rewards man. _
the wonderful curative qualities: of i I i were good. They give another per-

Foley's Honey and Tar. There is' ---More-Riots.- -- ::; for any error that could be detected in formance tonight and those wantingto Mr. Otis Green and Mr. Joe Bell ,

nothing else just as good. Postoffice Disturbances of strikers: are not i his assessment rolls. see a first-cUs show should not left tiunday for Live "Oak, where Mr.

Drug Store. m uearlpasgraveasan individual die- i ii!!i His friends* say that he must be put miss Era this May one.5. -Lancaster, (Pa.) New Bell goes as master in chancery to sell

: lack into office and i to work the property of the old Ocala and
Mrs Earth Jauitr iud daughter, order of the ays tew. Overwork, lo&s, promise

Miss Miriam Lanier, of Tarboro, X. of sleep, nervous tension will be "followed ;; strenuously to tnat end. I The Knowlcs Blue HiverPhopbateCompany afterwards i

---- Owing to the Knowles having two known as the French Pho-!
C. who have been the of Mrs. I
guests by utter collapse, unless a reliable Danger of Pneumonia. I I t DC RHA US
and phate Company. Mr. Green goes ,as >
Chas. Cullen for &oW time, left Fri. is, A cold this time if I nights open between Tampa I --
remedy immediately employed. I at neglected is the lawyer to represent Mrs. Thomas! j I = ==---- I t D

day for their home. There's nothing so efficient tocurf" :I liable to cause pneumonia which is I Peusacola, Mr. Sylvester has been McGregor for the estate of McGregor, I

so often fatal and when the ; successful in getting this famous team
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disorders of the liver or kidneysas a large mortage on the -
Foley's Cure make I
Kidney the HEREFORDREADY
I patient has recovered the lungs ate of Hypnotists to stop for two nights property. '
Electric It's ___
kidneys and bladder right. Contains Bitters. a wonderful I Ii

nothing injurious. Postoffice Drug tonic and effective nervne; and great i I susceptible weakened to making the development them peculiarly of at the opera house. The people of Mr. N. F. Harrison a young man i!, FOR SERVUE

Store. m est all around medicine forrtiu down j! consumption. Foley's Honey and Ocala will have a chance to see that who works for the Buttgenbach

Rev. Henry W. Little hub beau invited systems. It dispels nervousness I{ Tar will stop the cough, heal and same funny show that has been the Phosphate Company at Dunnellon, Prices at Private Sale
rheumatism and
to deliver the baccalaureatesermon : neuralgia and expels j t strengthen the lungs and prevent talk of the newspapers of Jacksonville was very badly scalded Saturday by
malarial Only 50c. and satis-
at the University of Florida. faction guaranteed germs. by AntimonopolyDrug I j I> pneumonia.i Postoffice Drug Store. mI Savannah and ail the cities of the explosion of one of the boilers. $ 5.00 Up.

Ocala feela very proud of this: honor Store aud Tydtngs & Co. m i Maj. Peabody Dead. the south this season. The unfortunate young man was
'Y
conferred on one of her most eminent All of Florida mourns the death of I Mr. Knowles' blindfold drive is an. brought up to Ocala Sunday and: is
Improved Live Stock Association. I Spring Auction About Ap I IL
citizens. There was organized in OcalA yesterday 3Iaj. E. W. Peabody which occurredat I, nounced to take place this after now at the hospital under the care of .

Miss Annie Uilchrist, after few an association bearing the his home at Sanford last %Wednes I noon at 3 o'clock. Tbe start will be Dr. Walter Hood. ,

made from the front of tbe opera
days spent in this city as a guest of above title. .

the Odd Fellows' Home left Sundayfor Good earnest substantial men are day.Maj.. Peabody was connected with house! and those wishing to se this Notice. PALMETTO PINK FARM!
Moss Bluff Democratic club will
great test in telephy should gather in
the Tim
.Union for of
Ocals where she will remain with a Lumber ,
44- back of the association and it is believed hold a meeting at the voting place
front of the house at that hour. .
friends for a hhort time. The home of I that it will do much towardsthe years in the capacity of traveling rep Price of admission opera will be 25.3-5 and March 19th, 1904, for the purpose ot c. CHiBBUSS I CO.

this lady is at Wade. Gaines resentative and was perhaps one of organizing a Hearst club and to
young improvement of the stock in this 50 cents. One lady will be admittedfree OCALA FLOIIOA.GUIS. .
vllle Sun. which the best known newspaper men in attend to such other matters as may
county means to it more than of cbarge to opening performance
Florida.He with each ticket before 6 m. come up. Every Democrat in tbe
bought
Will Sims says that Will DeBose orange groves turpentine and phos p. precinct cordially invited to attend. r. -
at one time was editor of tbe today.
was a waiter and not the porter at the phate combined. Meeting called for 2 p. m. .
Daily New Capitol in this city but Colonel L. J. Parr. '
Ocala House. That he has been hold The following are the officers of the A. J. SNELL,

viz was Letter known as editor of tbe Hon. 8. M. Sparkman, congressmanfrom Cham. Dem. Club, Dist. No. 10. I a
ing this position for several years and new organiztlion, :
March 5 introduced
Sanford this district, on
Journal and
hopes his name will not be confounded President Z. C. Chambliss. traveling representative a bill in the house of representatives After a long illne: Rev. J.C. Porter

with Will D.'Bose'a, as he claims First vice president, John L. Ed- of the Times-Union. increasing the pension of Colonel who was well known throughout Florida i

Maj. Peabody was a native of Lewis J. Parr of this to
to bear wards. : city,
a fairly good reputation.M as the editor of tbe Baptist Witness D .
Mississippi: but for the past twentyfive thirty dollars month. terve vr ; ;,
Second vice president, S. H. Gaits- per I
died his home in Ocala Saturday
at
r. T. B. Hartig editor of the kill. years has been living in Florida. Colonel Parr was a soldier in tbe % J

__ u ___ Mexican war having served in Company aftertioou. Mr. Porter had a
Advocate of Dunnellon in Ocala
was 1. '} .t .taurul
Treasurer, Ed Wartmaun. Pneumonia Follows a Cold. H, 1st Georgia Volunteer In- great many friends: in Tampa, who i>
:Monday and paid this office
a pleasant -
Secretary, Samuel A. Rawls.It But never follows the use of Foley's fantry. will be deeply: grieved by tbe an. D..r''ArtCO. !

visit. Mr Hartig Bays that the Saved His Leg Honey and Tar. It Mops the cough Colonel Parr was also a gallant of his death.-Tampa i j juouncement I I aht! vtu w:, W,; ,. t

"Plu 0phateCitj- full of life aud P. A. Dan forth, of LtiGracge, Ga., LeaN and strengthens the lungs and soldier iu the civil war and sacrificedan Tribune. i tam.

business activity and that! the Advocate suffered for six months with a fright I affords perfect security from an I aras for the cause that was lost. -

running over with business ful running ore on his leg; but writes attack of pneumonia. Refuse substi- He is now very feeble and almost:: The United States: have appropriated

-- that Buckleu'a Aruic Salve wholly I! tutes. Pa..toffiee Drug Store. m totally blind and his friends hope that for uaval expenditures since 1SS3 e

Ueorge Hall the colored inau who cured it iu five days. For ulcers, I tbe bill increasing bU pension to $760. 96,;) 7.75, and to this must be e
wounds its the best salve in the 1 Thomas E. Pasteur. thirty dollars per month will pass. 1
Blabbed Mr. lUy Saturday night, was piles, I added $130,000,000 for completing C
t world. Cure guaranteed. Only 2.>e. It $fiords this paper a great deal of !
Another Cattle Man. 1
caught early Sunday morning near I II vessels now under course of construction -
Sold by Antimonopoly Drug Store I pleasure to refer to the announcement s
the city. After capturiuif the man and & Co. Mr. James Sims, formerly of Orange which will make the appropriations
Tydinga
m i card of Mr. Thomas E.
Pasteur who
he wade a dash for liberty and was I Springs now of Umatilla was a very approximate one billion |

tired upon by one of the party ana Captain Jack Crawford. i I again a candidate- for county treas- pleasant caller at this office yester dollars. 1 I!

Dr. Lindsay has secured Capt. Jack I j urer.
instantly killed.

Crawford the poet, preacher scout 'j'I )lr. Pasteur, while not very demonstrative day.Mr.. Sims has purchased the tine Judge B. S.! Liddon, who is competing

Mr. and Mrs William O. Bellaireare and patriot to holy service for him i." oue of the most genial and the prosecution against Judge
formerly belonging to the
of the Ocala House. Mr. : property -
guests Sunday evening.On popular men in the co'inty, and is tvvayne, says that in his opinion he
late A. O. Arms situated in the
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and Mrs. Bellairt1.were residents Monday evening at the Armory, painstaking and honest to a fault. southeastern portion of Marion is guilty of all the charges mad and j!

Ocala prior to the great tire in 1SS3. Capt. Jack will tell his experience as He has managed the Affairs of this declared that he had acquired a residence : 4t$
and for stock raining -
county purposes
Mr. Bellaire at that time was one of a cowboy and scout in the United office so satisfactorily it is not believed in Florida only since the !
is said be ideal location .
it to au : I ........
the leading merchants of the city. States army since the famous Custar that he will encounter any opposition eminently charges were filed. j jFoLut'LY iI i -..-_ .

His building and goods were all coilsuiuned massacre.Ticketson. We hope Mr. Sims will be -............. .. ..,.. ..-....'......................- !I se 2JJ
in his race for re-election. 5$4
successful in his
in the great conflagration. I new enterprise. 6Qts. : A -
. : -- sale at I'ostoffice DrugStore ; j a

Monday. Price of admission I A Little Coffin Found. Scotch Social. -
In the advertisement of the horse { t.rcbUdp".11.... Xaa-- t so12QtEC
50 cents. While Mr. C. A. Brown was digging The ladies of the Presbyterianchurch I :
. strayed or stolen from B. H. Seymour -,- -- '
a ditch in his celery patch will Scotch social \
a mistake occurred as originally Cough Settl ed on Her Lungs. I' yesterday give a at

printed. The horse should have been "My daughcer bad a terrible cough I on the old Spencer! pond lot he the home of Mrs. Jack Camp next RESIDENCE FOI{ SOLE I

which settled.on her lungs," says Jf., j unearthed a little coffiu in which an week. It will consist of Scottish:
described u having four instead of
I Jackson, of Danville, Ill. We trieda i j t infant had been buried. songs, readings: etc. Tne date will be
white feet. It is believed that
two great many remedies without relief, I I otter for wile uiy residence f9Q.OrxPRL ,
Just how
long: or why it was buriedin announced later. (
this beautiful horse was stolen and it until we gave her Foley's Honey and the .
near school
hou! e,
is:: hoped the thief will be apprehended Tar which cured her. Refuse substistutes. that secluded spot of course can Raw or Inflamed Lungs. '
In Ocala
Postoffice Drug Store. m only be surmized. Yield quickly to the wonderful containing 10 rooms
and brought to pnni bment.
I The coffiu is only partly decayedbut curative and healing qualities ofl'oley's bathroom and kitchen. IIou..e :
U. D. C. Meeting.Mrs. and Tar. It lit in excellent I I' PRJJIJ}
Honey prevents comlitlon anil
WANTED.-Sc'eraIIDdustrious persons in only a few bones of its little inmate -
each state to travel for house established eleven G. M. Hubbard will entertainthe pneumonia and consumption from a fllted with electric : .
years and with a large capital to call upou has survived the ravages of its lights
merchants and agents fur successful and profitable Daughters of the Confederacy at hard cold settling on the lungs. Post- throughout. Half
line. Permanent engagement Weekly int@rment.II'OIlY'SKIDNEYtURti cash, balance : E.
BLUM mmI
I office Drug Store. m 2
cash salary of fi and .11 traveling expends the residence of her daughter, Mrs. I on ea.y lcrm. Title .
i eriect. I
and hotel bills advanced in cash each week.
and Experience enclose not self essential.addressed Mention envelope.reference The Neil Allred this (Frid-ty) afternoon at I FOLt \jOfiEYA.mTARCures IU,"'11) UOODUOU'.' ,' 517a4 19 W. Ba,8t.

N3tionaljJJ Dearborn!!street Chicago. 3 o'clock.! t Makes Xidnevs and Bladder R'ehty.r. .-. .- : Pro.OJ Pneumonia loom 12: Io,tollice 1I10'k.;. r JaC sopwllle

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F. VOL. XXXVII NO 35 OCALA FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 11, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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GONE TO HIS ETERNAL REST. '

.. : Manufacturers' Building at World's Fair St, Louis

After a long, lingering illnB, R v, i
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THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FORAbsolute I
J. C. Porter, so well known in Florida

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pulmonary troubles and was so greatly '", 'f ..'1. .. .' .,,........ r ., .<. ,, -
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benefited the climate that he ':.i 't ,, "> J' "
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entered upon active work both as a ,, : i'I ":':l".x :. '! _,
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preacher and as an editor. __ 1\ I L>;:. !,.{-t '
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When he took possession of the .): i.

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Baptist Witness it was having hard .: .

struggle for exli>tpnet'. Hesoon, however -t .
AKINPOWDER
I housed it in a beautiful three .

story brick building and equipped it I ,

with the latest improved machinery,

including a Mergeuthaler type Helling .

't machine, and under his intelligent i -j '.
Pure .
/ direction it quickly grew into promi--

A aud became the denominational !
neuce leading -
IT/SA MATTER OF HEALTH
F paper of Florida.Mr. .

Porter gained as much distinc
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SAGA ELIZASZTH HASSIS Local liitcp I Otis Lander, who had his leg ct '
II the Witness and his ministerial
-I off the day before Christmas was ableto _
labors covered almost the entire btau. w-- ,
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. he down town for the first time .
his residence in Florida he
I IIr. During __
afternoou. '-
Saturday

Sam Dell, of Gainesville, U iu was. prostrated at different periods andrea of t: TheIRnuf..cmrnl Building, designed I i Yard The architects have designed J 1, extensive and troublesome skyllghU
II Mrs. Ankie Green Parker, of New ;htd aluaot the very portal noble and imposing entrances at the frequently used on structures of this

the city. ,_ _., York, and Miss t..hle Timmons, of death aDd his recoveries seemed by Carreiv fe Hastings, ofNew I
of the facades of
kind. The
I ctutrrs of the main facades. A design
Mr. Godfrey Moyers, of Dauuelluu, Nashville, Tenu., are the guests of almost: like miracles.He York, is "n- .-f the leadingstructures lon-
the the (
triumphal arch motive is designed at building employs open

was in town l Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pittman. was tenderly nursed by a most i iu th. big Exposition; pic Ii the entrance at the center angle of nade treatment, which' is very acceptable .

Mr. Clifford Aver came up from I Rev. Louis B. Warren, who has; devoted wife for whom now in her ture. It is l h+cted t-ymuitt-rically I II I the north front. in a climate like that of St.Louie .
the Soul of this community
Lake Weir Saturday afl rnooll.'ASTEDTo : been visiting his mother in Maeon, great sorrow with the varied industries building, "The architects have arranged cor .*

goes out iu sympathy and also and both the first view of the of the has
Ga., f.ir the past two weeks returned ore in ner entrances into this building. "The interior building
f- \\ buy velvet b< ans, for the three daughters who bhare her
124tf Saturday morning. picture hf lagoons cascades: and Entrances at the corners of buildingsare been laid out with courts of simple
peanuts. Ocala Seed store ,
: grief. hanging gardens which the vi1i i'or difficult to so design as to be in and pleasing proportions, with decor-
a.' Mr. William A. Collier, of Tueca-
.. Mr. Mallory Liddon is up from Par- I I The funeral services of Rev. James I gets as he enters the grounds by the perfect harmony with the architecture ations to break the monotony of the
loose, Ala., arrived in Ocala Sunday
:- rich to spend Sunday with his wife I Campbell Porter, whose death occurred !j main entrance. Isiac S. '1' '>lor, of the building general. With- walls. Opportunity for mural decoration -
I afternoon to attend the funeral of his
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at one: o'clock Saturday afternoon, i I chairman of the commisMon of arch. out skillful treatment such entrances is given on the outside walla
B. and Mr. B. K. I, fatber-in-law, the late Rev. J. C.
Mr. W. Taylor i "
I were held from the Frst Baptist I itects for the j-t. Louis World's Fair, I would not be acceptable from an artistic back of the column treatment.

Thrower, of Gainesville, were visitors :. Porter. writas tolliiws about the Manufactures The cost of the building is $850,000.
I I church Sunday afternoon at half twatfour I standpoint, but such entrancesas

to Ocala Saturday: I Ron John B. Floyd, candidate for o'clock. iSuilding: Carrere & Hastings supply will Its builder is Jno. J. DuunavantA

I: the legislature was circulating among I "It is 11111,1", which firm also built the Educa-
Cough Syrup is a speedy ; The pastor of the church HeL.. a composition develop please both the layman and the ex Co.,
,Tydings' i his Ocala friends :Monday and giving I ed iu the Corinthian order of archi Graceful of sculpturewill tion building.The .
cold
pert.
} ,/ dud certain cure for coughs, I B. Warren, conducted the servicesand groups
,1t & Co them hand to hand shakes and heart : tecture. It lies in the will house exhibits of
./c. Try a bottle. 'r 'dings I spoke a few well chosen and main picture, ornament and accentuate the building

.rt I to heart talks. comforting words to the sorrowing I beinir one of the buildings on the entrance four main entrances on the saides. manufactures and manufacturing
valuable horse lost by Mr. B. -- --
The Mi"j Bessie Porter returned home family. The choir, composed of Mr I to the main boulevard or central "The architects have developed a processes. Milan H. Hulbert, chief of

H. Seymour several nights ago was Sunday morning from Stetson: University G. R. McKean, Mrs. E.H. Mote, MM. I spacing. The structure has a most skillful: arrangement of the roof the department of manufactures, it in

IT found W at Anthony_ Saturday._ to be present at the funeral of W. A. Goin and Mr. G. A. Nash, led northern frontsge of 1,200 feet, with lines. They give light and ventilation i charge of the exhibits to go inside of

Prof. A. J. Foskett, of Gainesville! ,, r her father, the late Rev. J. C. Porter. I II in the singing of several hymns and a depth of 52-5 feet on the main bouleYoun& and at the same time avoid the this structure.S. .

a former Ocala resident, is in the Mrs. Mote sang very sweetly, "WhenI
v I Mrs. E. H. Mote, of Lee&burg, who
I' city for a few days. Have Crossed the Bar." White Man Stabbed. A. STANDLEY LEE MILLER
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. I ,
--- 1 I Tne following gentlemen acted as Saturday night :Mr. George Ray,
Master Oscar Hilburn entertainednis William Hocker for several days
: pall bearers: R. A. Burford, J. M. who i is planting the oJ! Cappleman S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
friends with a delightful birthday I returned home Monday after !
i I Barco, W. T. Wneeler, R. R. Carroll, place in wntcrnieloos, was stabbednear
: party Monday afternoon. noon.
I ---- Is. Hood. the Seaboard Air Line
T. Mistrunk and Dr. Walter depot by
5 i Mrs. Mary Xorri!, of Silver Springs),, Feed and Sale Stables
Miss Emily Hunnicutt, of Atlanta, The remains were t'scortelto the a negro ui ,was adjudged insane Monday before II
r who has been visiting Miss Bessie i cemetery by one of the largest funeral who was in his employment.Mr. .
Judge Robert Bullock and was sent to
Whetstone, has returned home. !! corteges ever seen in Ocala and the Ray was stabbed in the back
Chattahoochee where she will be We carry the most complete
I I body was laid away in Greenwood and the blade of the knife parsed .
Miss Myrtle Fennell has returned to placed in theasyluui.Turkeween I Saddles etc
under a mound of beautiful flowers almost through him. line of Harness, .

her home in Gainestille.tfter a weeK'svisit Oil Liniment is the best sent by sorrowing friends and admirers Dr. Powers, who was called to in central Florida, and will give a 1 '

in Ocala with Mrs. Lee Miller. on earth for tprains, bruises and r
of Mr. Porter. dress the wound and stop the flow of
rheumatism. For coughs and colds our patrons the very lowest "
Holder was blood, while the wound is
railroad safe at says very
The
apply with cloth; does not blister.
dynamited Saturday night and th e For sale by Tydings and Co. Children's Coughs snd Colds. dangerous that it is not necessarilyfatal. prices. We are thoroughly-

***T thieves got away with seventy dollars. Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. let St. equipped for fitting out turpen-
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Miss Adelaide Hughes, who has "I have
.: Hutchinson Kan., writes:
If it is a bilious attach, Uke Cham been the much admired guest of given B llard'd Horehound Syrup to William Cox, of Ocala, traveling tine and lumber teams, gear,

berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Misses Eulalee and Eloyse Izlar for my children for coughs and colds for salesman for the Florida Packing and wagons, etc. ;f c w R ,tt

and quick result is certain. For Ice Company, meat department, was .
a and medicine the past two months, left Monday for the past four years, and find it the

sale by all druggists m her home in Trenton, S. C. best medicine I ever used." Unlike in the city Saturday. This companyis We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and, Summers ..

( dealers. __ now curing some of the finest hams
to Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. M. Handle&oian has returned many cough syrups it contains no Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and FannJWagons.
A son was born ever seen in the state, and Mr. Cox
night. Mr. Priest from New York, where she went to opium, but will soothe and heal any North Side Court IIou-. Ocala. Fla 1i
C. Priest !Saturday finds a ready wholesale market for
of the farm at purchase goods for the Boston Store. disease of the throat and lungs; quicker -
poor is also
is superintendent them. The company makinga
: She bought an excellent stocK, which than any other remedy. :!5e. 50c. i,
Rendrick. fine sausage, both fresh and bologna,
will be opened in a few days. and fl.OO at Anti-monopoly DrugStore
with which also sell well. The hams especially -
Mrs. Sage after a snort visit and 'lydlU&s& Co. mIn
I' Mr. Chas. K.: Misfes Josie Bullock a Marguerite are finely cured, equalling in THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine .
the family of her son, x
to her Lakeland home Anderson cave, a picnic to about I honoring Dr. B. F. Camp, of this every respect the work of the large !
returned
;i- Sage,
f afternoon. twenty of the boys and girls yester place by electing him president of the I packing houses of the west.. -Gaines-1:

Monday day. They wentout about a mile on board of trustees of Stetson Univer- ville Sun. f
--- I First Class. Hates Reasonable
Queen Anne Hair Tonic cures the Summerfield road and spent a sity, that institution is, itself, honor The reading club held an unusually

dandrutt and sores on the hair head and; stops very jolly day in regular picnic fash- ed. Dr. Camp is a business man- delightful meeting with Mrs. J. J. t
falling out of the promotes Rates Month.
the ion. and just such a business man as is Refurnished Throughout Special by
a luxuriant growth. Tydmgs Gerig :Monday afternoon. A paper OS

&Company drug store. Mrs.J. E. Chase who accompaniedher needed for the head of great ana 1m. Frederick the Great by Miss Meta I!.

husband on his recent trip to portent undertakings.White Springs Jewet was most excellent and a''

Miss Christian Cook of Rrooksville, Washington and Philadelphia and Herald.
the and Growth of
on Origin
week in Ocala as the paper MRS. THOS. J. BARNES. PROP
a
who spent who stopped over Tor a few days with Mrs.
and sent by
Lee Miller, returned Mr. Allan Rodgers, in keeping with Prussia, prepared .j
guest of Mrs. her sister,Mrs. C. E. Powell in Valdosta Josiah Warn, of Braidentown, who s
usual of
his way doing things, was }
home Monday. returned home Monday. with the "
continues her membership
the first of Marion'd candidates to f

Little ?Piss Clifton Moree Sexton is Jack Camp,of Ocala, passed throughthe ante up his fee after the committee club, was read by Miss Gamsby and C. I. GRACE.Successor 1

the name of the little lady who has city yesterday en route from the made its announcement of schedules was a most excellent production.

: arrived to make her home with Mr. phosphate mines in the West End, @atrnday. Allan is a strong man in Current events were discussed as ii J

and Mrs. Thomas Sexton. where he has been looking after the the race for sheriff and believes in the usual custom! of the club. Dealer to Central In Lumber Co. tRough


Mrs. Elmore Davidson and baby interests of the Camp Phosphate "the eariy bird" etc. I Dr. J. C. Pelot, chairman of the and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling, "-
Gainesville Sun.
came up from Leesburg Saturday and Company Mrs. Annie Green Parker has returned democratic executive committee of and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick. }1 f

Miss Lillian Goldnamer who has this after several Manatee ha resigned from Manufacturer of
,11 left on the afternoon train for York to to city county_ i
Columns Door and
Newels
t relatives. been spending several weeks in Ocala months spent in teaching music in the committee, in obedience to the Turned Ballusters, Casings, ,
visit
with Mrs. William Hocker left Monday New York. Her numerous friends are law, as he is to be candidate for senator Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
Woodsman. Combined and Tables. I constantly ,
Turpentine Desks and Seats am
for a visit to Mrs. E. H. Mote at glad to welcome her again, and will be from the 27th district composed ,
Woodsman with 11 years experience Lumber and fill orders for quantities and
at Box 23Donnelloa at Leesburg before returning to her pleased to learn that she will remain of Manatee and DeSoto counties., receiving can any
: wants position once.
c, sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly, tc
Fla. ? 2 19 4t home at Elizabethtown, Ky. here indefinitely.-Gainesville Sun. Tampa Times. -
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P/CEFOUR 'HE OCA LA BANNER .

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t\ fx bell :;!!. TI.t caki apo !, -.., \.'. ....'A.'." 'I..A.A.AA. t:1&tl fell fry upon fcer few. Xocf tterny I I

L I '. Fri tied b.- ieht IB deal wwris..tini 14 } the Came is roisble wLea HUB BAR D MflGIUFF F

WHILE ww" 1'\'C\1't eip. yoo till to J Jmv j! THE BEAUTIFUL le lays tis Cart aril tile ia tie boi-

j,1 Asacoo." ?I>e rtmrv,.xi M>W of a w aan'* haod. Il.--Ui>:1'

THE TRAIN : with fartur fiirt ec Lr tewv.w i stem.ier tI ttrou.a t..s iJeei L;
- i ? MISS till RRlAr1j 1 .
the Jtt;t1 table. ( iL e a boy AS be west ontcraed }fiti 3larra:1 HEADQUARTERS FOR

WAITED ; Jfi'i et lightnl1.60"1 jas j' ia f le t, .. away her face so hat
i nxvn aad ia tb# drv sSar run o- t tie profiiras toward Hm The let:

By A. s. Rkba.>4rcnC j :n., to *iy EOCOUI; or die n* tec in ia. B) lUKnlU- UMVI1S II cd t"e t: ti t.oJl tiT.. in,1 AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCEr

| sn!+r. Sot ill the rKia smart! .bk t.' t".r out ia livid reb*i. As a u.e.
f +wt* .z;iq r c Jun nTIY I i 1:1JJ1 tbtit11>yc\i Cut it wmI t I l...r.-,. ..'ft ?v l- .\n > iioaister was QOC faociiuL ;.it for ar

I attain? and >J* o :at bary h-t eif it .r/T.Y -.T.To-,TYV't. r;Tt lilStotl1: the ;Js seeww\i tGr i... f :; \Ol

1r1.itl't tvttbR\t otttii0a.'t.. t I 0.1 tY wort 'Via :.. t:. t -c-x' c i )J.th of a dezuoa tnH tt U\i m a L.L<: f i t : 45! :.! i T > Irr. I ;.

lad } 1rt A>ioa trrfle\1 tr [ wZrirt Tae caki ad arrived r 4arat\i with t pst'SuYi ab tad i > ;atL & .ai; rib. v: .. 0.1 fluids;:tttZ.t" united a War ueue toe ac 1 : : rltt: .i._t M' i i: [i f i iTT t i ta 1t
ji Marquee's .
tact L ti..ntr.r. I _:; s-e was Uatuufta. E1ZII. ..erattcY "
; Mecrtaia' l-t"J I r : I I In. !
aIlawet to his "ar.tM r n
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s.'aY. apt the fatter ,
itstfttatrd:
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: sea felt *ad ixiJee for fits r.iaLl 1ci a.Xttk n b4 -i 1O'"W' .- -- .- s. .
I' "I* Mis Hirdia la tarts f-tft! i > fecv W1" irer.'U and uetv \\\Gid i S ,...iy" -Ii r .- --:'.-_-

sen.* If *>&e is, I wfc yw waaM>t aw Kta c aer pw f taw. ami bet > that she was sttrrvd by saute NU; j t .- ; I Ii : .- \

Tt waiter pkkwi t p tie plat .- tvtise aa* k1l tea with ion vae After aaadwr slut bath UK esiwti.w.1heu &e wad a aaovemeetto .,1.s- -, : -; r i71 ,} ;. --- .
fc; aa untisted: eIILWt \ I Bol'. TIltitibFSJs i1t:1 the VJUB taeaae. 1bs't tale II tuad she tunK l t w.niUeeiy. !. -T'-' I ., ..-
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:y are we stvppDm *j Icila ;? 1Il s Hank kul this row at tilt SFit:eixai @ prtkey aad tuaa4tt.ati him $ and be saw hat herfires .. -.,---_. -- <. 7.-- -t. -' t. :._ ,

I t eC si* tncicrew's had.c.s."a.c. -ad of tie halt # estretae y M were bwacuiu; with ttturs .. I ._'_.__- --,s -- ,_ s.______, .

bat dOl WN1" twat. Ta KM+ *! pdawi ia thf tlnu rt it' 'fq be ,vet t@r actor t3rr ts atbo '\:ea are a brave Clan Mr. lloUiswr. I --- >.'. -..-. .: '.-. .---..-, .--00. .
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fired fMTdHT ivrt;'." iltx *V said ia a VVJKV aot tiUit i -- .. .
< tat watt ta is $nia2 fJat <3iwt ; : t < _a. ?4ttrlrw- -
C aLi Lap t.art.
-WbJ" jrwi :kaw Miss Kanl :._=__IM to aor $:e dy. "HI.\" you tix-u;ht at tJiisT i ::

Hiss Asatoa pct etl op tie mesaread f mCZ dirt wfeiie jwt weiY gvaet'Iraed" I 'I.ioI1 b.. w.Snot as trim Iii Her carets G bred k" scar with a I '. .l, : :r'G: : '. 1.1. Hr. w::- '. 'i. .
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eatsuadediy aad lad ft I
forties, t; a u 3 fps at ate With s tr.1nbatt tares u; suture. flare + .
down atxi: Tt-eo her ?!am.v G'nst I wlrnt ste to yoo ttuHi; jt wtat it will cean to &&TVerecy I. pr-i.:3e3 .
eustpitrta tl1e: .
Tzs: pa tae aia: 11.1 stall Beta trait JtMU' ? '
tack to tte paiwrai&t ?? std t>ts..d kwi at rife pity I >
pu rfcy jour '
YiI Wive' Ituk the
Wiiae
of bat fu:1S awe. TV? Kvv lug tsra cattk HATM hf
be .scieativ
tl* dScirjT car" .uai .. It -1 te fN 1c la;.r serf waisper as jvat pas'" -r.t mcrih:. : Xs.
w y tip state soairatttfc?. and IB* eaiipf $astsfrus' U I nfto & pretty !
rwidifDc* distrxt of a pr tyti 'i1b;. be per4l rt3r Aitiiied w iiataey t1WI. tote roe." w"If ,; IIolistei's a:' f :JJ t1t.- .
t* r > >*I the t\ttrT.
yellow isd white watt zits sri: ktrar'at sat stride* at the Hft u 1iN' bat 1 S.a Ntt Fm w fta hat there is a fedrd tiis; in your BfeU !
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wt:? cotta,'vs ;laved at a discreet dis- 1 far if bad the U my rizat LJ siare t t."' 11w:1 hishe. : VERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
tLtce *f ta* ?i* fee. ";. .r ae< ax !uys 1 they
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tLZCe apart with wefl kept kiwis a cjanieas ..! wti.1ot'd 3.t the 1-x! i or j cd .
DC tuts was tare: they sifcfe*? steux' tu-aad it eliK by the aaaaiactnrecs ad by t:3C. i=J se it. Can show : -. .1It
i& tetwwcuCiwe 1Jr-.1titm Cut baped fria hat.
Te1e Bp a..I diet Mt rf tin Cafertttw> y torli.tIertiltai wiii UactX
jwat tdds
will aid so they stay
it iegot
to tIWN the trim } a. berprtdiar -Oh. I vart d to t1! a is: kk- I I11M. save you aczey
serer a
city the clf.b.. s putt
had code ta a i ta tea *a.ad-'ali wit s rires. U tiwre bad bey Miss Merriaa wJuijwr'Mi "Isare :

the etrac palatwi in pearly wait*. beat citve low AJ&CIML w kb fetid* tae duvets tereL r her its sk'fea sk 5V t l their acia! r $3t'wL eaor. to osei-oar 1111.3 there csst tt siti a one ia SJT2CaS C yficl Pities, BisdHoi} ssi Ecwsj J Can SUkn, YmiIN
with dart g Yea sinner a! lautatiMcvtocwi the WBrii" And tia -iie was in ; sin
her iaw&ct ia' af tardnQicc
it. *ad i,a ta>>rtf ease l'I her thee ri4 PWIWtU Paints, 003 Glass Dean Sa Bia4s Eti
jLis* wttdvw' Evlttl.it tab ta1 tit bare &&*! aboox tet with tie poor soirrtd L.VSprvxstd ,
of ta# maIl IM$ tin ; { w ia:
Cstiaof Marriret Kvvratsed the taatrttl fe sofctKn Oct ter teania
11 the aarrow. ii:v!d pt!*aj to 1tdUm.L (slttthL; wit rider then bur # rSiiaL > Ocala Fla.
ia the wiaAjws. TVy had rot- ; of a WW ld ba'ce fUKt tie a b first or eiuttact ".: ti-tt ->ari i Hubbdrd & Mac urT ,

MTd sorspie* waea sac was ta tie sett to a r V-rt. Ai it Ws.i {>:ard bn wlttact i.s :.'=tout.
altar srsiil at Si raaT& La a in tie feast.
they 'Ir.'r'. -_a >u.b ta tfedti; dut ?
The waiter arrt"wl with berSie yet" Ten days awr't mat wbu wore gent the afuYelaentfuatli m1L- aad been When they sail bawl cizatXIrr2iH }Ls f
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1.tt seated sccae white ptooS gia s W kvk 1td i: her stow tarn emtted tem acr cc:'; :a1 1J ciaaj to feer borer :.j rfiaetait r. .... .g..8G...

fIlOOO car*. W ties oar Itvkt\i a ttr taca his portw a&.v. SW bra Merssua eitered her d tie let him oat cf ter r" A

tip axun, a. oy caa stuprciafawatk ELK .tefr be\'a is that u :w twit beaai ire in. tae fa&wia pr raL. is her I "I m'st s>'e fiJCI la the si"r .z2, de rtrr au Goods DsiiTgrsd fre s. Write for Price list. :

Ib.T* irft&rikied two lit toe cot- f1te' : tt-ej ai two M1 lecher aI -3 b tiettstr. Ilew the un "Toa mu; part cie t
jt t>: : xy. nrj. .
tag': tttm< fie swn-ts i baseball Cat er@st; ia err bes s aL.sKua. t< r. : it all til I wish i a.it few' ocawats. A HI? H.i..t; r .; .

b. st-t t9 laoeaeaaocfcer !uaac se a r e t're' -31L w\ haw PYt'n ;orw; after h! ir I was bi a tifcil! n;: ." was footing fisrward co tie sepa.icn i .

> 4: o. yard .d by>tnt f 9TKi&e rr at>
had bans aai eaick
test sail the Ivy wile sweaters.tieir mt1L.1:111 1Ir e fats &*&&*$ to maw r ia. law tt*> ciej wa fJet-triftti fcy @- ot heart e .

"Tt 311 tilt't ttt o IN cd b tTedte joe .siq nawoina of the Tray e the news hit Miss Memam bad beeafrwH I lie wsttisreil i Btie when te rime .

? C t'LC S" tbvo-r\t Mis Asi- tier th.JIWU fee? aMBsstbile at a veil i iu.n tier t1 that se :t.JuA keep : .
We. fi."Ud ay k puax,l far eta e1pc .A l su'pe' wiBKta;piace and wrwci y- htPkwrw aia woinsz: His test leaprd at eTeegI I Ir

' aid by soc'+e use win eaJI theta bath fit npptreistiuC. }till dshn+ o ju: = of the twntaiy spp.tsr- r toots* in the hall for tfce irbt cx.' ; .

ia aai phi tai'wii tiesibirt..'* I was se Tia; the earrt n.t ed a aU tae Wati Ln.; aewstapen ati boor, aad wiiea at fast ?te s r<,ie .. I Ir .

A. worn is na across the back 7sr. f .aI t'a>c.herLitl wwatry. with rPfl' a,1* to &er f'sdispIMl r, the room eterfia; the duxL i rerF ,f .
of the bar:a Benrest the traekSv etrryb I L r Sllar:1. QC eure'yea' i sib fL ills. ) .. .S she teat Mmsaraar by ssu prse. l.3 er
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socetila ootier bee Sw! aT4. still witi.atk' Ms feet tfeea stood .
; apron. r'ishesth when a vtaed w 811 tats iE- ta r..c"l'
c.ippea.-i ia rbe tietitc a r3tunr i of "b.+K I hate neeupted-a POrwl point retail to say iD? I !!. : .

the aes? tease. titeans reapperi d eQbam' .EhCC to tdiett' ot safpese tJC to sxtity the t- eecaaanEZface sn-Jed et it .
+t'i s.J\ bact n hvr va T1wgw.t am WrlJ jwn etL ptspalzr t"iriN "ity.1Ii tbiif tpLutaca .I a far roe with Wi jiif**. Bf : : -r

.. ha. t""IJ."N'II" socaertbmg oau -Bat. mj tIwr ywoK wwaan. Joe tibHT renjft!** was ay+v.LLtw .I saw the pat! oK ha ri a jhrS JJlIi Wti .

cbC" sail its* Aiitwa t herself, sheard eeasi iIIK1 w Jti Merrumsoowfy tnswir er app iua&e i eurn the dtt as it teS were ..tj 8 .

"L'ff ilp sie Ifcui a Bttie ted this after ta1"OIIS +L ac.l ta.B N fiarom I in a few ww6.; biers i l* Oft it ,tar tie "St tet ere st-:1; .

We ahntjborr' ws lfrwm Mops Iffet" :
noon. I.\m>s the fasfcJes C1IlT\ t die gisT* ,
tilt llirsieas whea we had5Se Ifi. Tom *ie io.XiS'i apv itraJ;iu! : mof eft nm am ttBiadKij st-ar. a soirj ,> I..u kF" qjd HaGk'"t tepte: :J t Y .

pc*ltd aside ber cofee sup laid to tw- rt7e5 the zrut atia. Stin. t a-z ssiTi pnxzuaent that it heft the iad be dru f etl eta a duir. bs 02fii : 9 .
i bin the UTVT tray wak-fe the : ae trod there aun e bias rtst? eat His 3t tc I
oa 1fl Q i n af the Jbt rrer lid made *'* dead pale rruJi rua. $ 4
waiter odei\d :! left the tar. Kee exwal bis Ifctad twifiaHy.S4y tiED CJtfttl rf Wi e4.e. It weiardUh I 1 and drcpp I ua her kees csiiiitjs I .

tbir was la the tfeawoi w' a car for theft Mba i>in>c. I trust ywwm i thai MJ.-S* H'!fTuiB wu PJ bTIt' I cooir. Io)ki2. ilfiJ Sis eyes wuii a.cninff .
wit.Qgad l eretf toukoistraljat b* wy happy Ami I 'Q8 t'stW tfwl CJ..idutln af ncaEty and : et : ;
1 er heart* tiI*in and Bt'r r a.nhr ; .
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lato' the side yard of a tnafctie tits the J9O2S aKia with all zajfok betrt"Se b oniaLbaK f etc deice. I II :. __ _
fiJ s> ferttr that lie wj a I -- .
tfocta -. A ye n; wv aa sat at be i iI --- :- -- -' '

Step cf tie a -foscufciBor S9'r2e Jipaie.e.The tD at ice Itt tike epnotB? Canctiutti sf I wIth ce Car dto.-etT1a;ytxi. LT yoa QIl I I.t

ttruwa; over her sUwoilerx At tile foot this .r aLf Ptttsber@r ww ., dew flow tired i rew of mel wrJt ; .. .
th* ".-c. a few day after to rti ? S \. F r -; .111 I t I t: ,: lL Wuia k.1 ,... )
of tie step '' ttlocherWOIDitJ1 bo d- o ;.l and meter staff beeil.Tjaiess. eocida't i' mrne- &> tore butt .
; tL.l fcum abnsiAX EItat
fa f a resdew ba>y ia nit the SDWT is soil tiJi.l I at"r ." a trend $1 L pnilinj Cia t I cy pre' tux': That UKSe I e dent t'iI' 144'i tii < '', c.._". 4 I Ry. :, J! 'W

two were 'fIJo ea aesdl en tr'tt! aye Washfnwn when i"oro"'l itiew4 tatodobCe t aaopn J '
women nt l .eete. "l-L>t spnaz ie ws* the t"'litI'ntI1 I wits cr was SDW N* "t -i 1. fit W. ; 1).0.1"1.:
la ecaTenatoa that they Jal nee 1ttb." :1re1 frmzztbrr iail tall aad tie sear was
aper }Itwr H? rafii. aI SM' her nrew.Ra 'I how the baby was itrifpiai yw s s buds 1JIIlIi.. times tad iup aiScpi. It wa" :l iset feat ttrIliibateritwkti43.lircttL i I easily pot OIL Aa. actresu sSowtf-I m!

oS. the pcnA 1 (twrin; tiw Eimaoa ,m.man Ketw bjw to i> IT; but I latter ayseif that I i BOWEN & COMPANY. i

t "tjois iai.1 tnarnittwd Jilss Astftjo.She. anti the Ftttsiar r wi but oaS the a. aiall anni reipJUy cirried: acf e33+t after a tttr! I improved xi my ttacii-

fcsew the narrow life ooiy t-** till of l'tJa iisCip. Szvettl werYs
well Si Did rn away (wot tt year i tt"Il a..as re e..t l the ippii r.iet 1Ip.u f ', i Litltr meir a.'rl1td she scaled at Hafllster siiylT! and fil 4.1 1 F RAYT J.-\('Joi. 5VILLE FLA

b fure. Stet wasted &> a where ywor caii *!i t1 diifcr't want i g er1 eat brow Theo Xtlss JiTr-im tar+ert cot sn tn iad his sfleoL1* scoaniz ;' .

refit ioor aei iboc did n*c cooat tiw sit at DaiJomej or some other oat of I her Cent anti ae aw the s-ar tad ,; "PiesJwa't fay you C"sme better t ...I''....8-1......

skirt and shirt wna&ts m your !! tile woriii 1'1t. but i fir>t ctiss ciurw.UniHy I w eLse. tie other way. I aimuct grew to .

_here so one lasiswl that beoia a be pkki ea Yafcuiiaad ai I. "Fit be scrrj-r fee her." the r ia at ttat2! Jay teaaly whea it bCal Ito peapie .

1G1t:16 mss had shown you a few or- tile place wiww !w would like nt C p- I his eifcow went HL "if s e- Judutwl am.f I ill the rNt in ce. bat DOW Fmta gad tff"'m i""'"'''''"''''1"mmm"m"mm

dimity cucrteges you ww booad &J rt a.t Cade Sun anti saror I aa I s f dawn hale the teiluw a aer set. I Stats it to- ere. TD them a win laved -

b* :igzztd fi bins teaee wui Pwsulent Hirnson.gut r guts t dit>c it she wx ;xiti far lI I ce 6>c -(.'* STARTING EARLY 3
rte swuai her hair fenpalieatiy. tliu Jun ant rtr
and ber gaate f tt riot* more u i the of tai ptei.tiANl" ate. die pnw- I r dui you >ay? WUy. wrcuaJj,my e-I the ;r Kir for remonn; the scartat ..f r-
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char b. The tm wx secnat: sort twit fcrtra-C:1I1.Qt1 auk Ji ani T"tf I d'lU ffll.... had mawi 3is ) ri, t 'aIt7 .S r_ '.Ljl-a s ._, .. :
pi )fie were wo3un; up the cart t yrs. > appiictiju: mbfersanxi die t It wa the inflate rfnrulryter ItC Iiokb- ellI reagt i ;1 itku hanr *rs m erntp : icrv .. ; .It t-u..v. 41. :-

"'d path. Tae aum palled WK a i1poc4 fJt the .pueitlac aLu at > nrttnre which hud prompted him fiat the fceaaufni 3iis: Merraa aev"rPlained I I.' I. Mo., t_ :

'. threw ipea the Aar>% Axw. and ewald spfiii the : ". tilt asit tilt tiOBor of MB** lertZ:j iJer title for the rvaaoa that ; E.a "I ii- t _.oof 'I:.,. :-

tilt buch pa in. U-f tfid out louiLUif -Wefl." sand the ge s fcafc. "let me tt'at..'. fie wa a* socrr for tae her afennry was sUtin Ilt'rat I t [ t'i' .un ell pttYiu i

i nuiuatwr" lie was OOl then; cfaa bale !uu *gtii it" ;tri aae wow ;:n wd with tile wit I a* the beatnifalAt XH Ufh.Ster. : : .;.< "fW II& rr 3l

adxlece lad bad an. alert air, A motueat -Aff itdu. : A-4t aw ?m taaj; nJapitartse. -W caBuneao tit tile naIl who hid I J; : :! fl '. I < \.. dfcitt a** .

lawr he was openui tile window. ." po nett her aat t' him. For the first Sit Eetniae J'uI... -- l, a. It,.r r is li.tfar.at y -
The girl wo not !A srshc bat Stir There wu a lan;;+L ill rwr L brit the flew miMBtfots ot their i.a.inea 11rmscmpliliJasy -
2 a'ciuos. one aiuroji': waea :-it&c r" .It a. r .. .
Lrrrt was t-ertain taat sae was puttied Pirt-.bqro; man 'lid oat ;ret til* it'1 t h.a a :
pt Y" away was so t1kk that you i:o d not s e (,.-r", aNrih IVt.l.)
tlow@ts n. the va e at tae-pulpit cue.-Ftttsbur. lIbpa.tclLPt. fc m her He woiii nut Tvar In wtt- the of tae streets cntsd oa tie s
leu-Jer UK eae c&ordx.A at.bw;r. name : .. -., -
ie's
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A n, the &.nnq in ecer w'. and ae Cta- a teiwjraai was rtetrwi -
mica outsc alwajF; be at the head of .. .. l that *ae whet had ha M a ed & Lamp pelf Fraai'isti ?r 'lihee YR .t IW.II ia tiu.t. :
at a Sua aewspupfrmn
sumed sbx MiitAad his Pin lJztt. made by the w@uren of air t... :
; ; r' tufijB adaiintwa in tile eys af everyman aa tassTJir mwn that a prirnioeat I Ira" pe.t 1raw -
Drmare will be sitting Jaws in tile the Philippines from puiHuppie sptk%$ -
aiust wince at tile PitY wnwrH tact oral had been kJi* i while hoauor. : -- wIt0 IffiltJ-f. 1-. :
aired turner aoua wa&Aia; aun wui a.ne. Ls i> tUelic'diw a.* chi Eaa and fur could nut conef!. : u _-
The news had tB bf broferfn to "ae tuniiy. I ,
adoring ye beonfc the whole cuc.jregarioa more taraJ ii;. They Use Holy the best Fte endy ae foand that arfmirttiaa C -
Ian warh. i C
the :
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aad aioa din O it' tea O'4 ;
kvks up t 0101. it1uti these. tied auu buat1e.. L.pia was ;ettiu z lie better of Jus sympathy.Tl1L' UtI I
isurrrat
W3 mid TO lamp am a :
What i narrow set the we people in ,!i wader UeaTj same* in dw Ceti tJt icimdaai bftoiy was nut tr+istri tai wL {- s
( some "depe" aa tie dote'. j -

sa.lW small towns their were midst: Here bearii wis' a ilea tnnso. Itmill1ons. throe a ranntnj 1ItrNlilm:. 4Jt After they two aw or eft thre rrtriLnr by aer ausfacniQe.* Sie met h hnnCerbutt He raW>d ta e ar t four 4 i.er In )

o Ciw's ptta wtcj 4Hrf zsifaacfwirig' -riJrllt and ifiil not autiLtf that tie -Irr eruniNim 1 L [ nE1'AlPnu.: s lrm fU.
":W l who aad tnt 1S1Il! a: r 1 mnt bJ tilt 1l'tioo. IlL ue iWl sad wl1\.il. r4Wiztti Eofllsre'ap
hart )k"ft :? EC ?i\i ium tae I I ..
Dome a.hl abroad inwr r ts that mhtaNCt air. Eacii ?!?. ss ciuiHjiy iasp!ad inmake h i s. ea7 ;yeiy.. her apparent a.1Lhe and settled back to jet a fa'v I .
tie world af trade, aid they fit sure tint the ffrot- > of & inn 11lJ'UIl1t.JUS:1. of tae aatatm oC her -
winks at t' bat was a;:"! b? !
not step so mn. as nu ta-iolre into ti* puricJia 'It1. t.h ocuu; and it it wit' RtUuD 3p4 1I i.i to him 3.4 nu woniaa tile irtrruigmrnji_ tn a staadsnIL Hiat Headquarters, JackSCAYtMe Fta.SEA =
t.vub \. Tiey wet' so small. st> aarrow. lot tie Itnves are afij i s w toad lli os btttit .i ever dune. He icaiie 'r I -- =
out tad as ae t.aired amaad lit -
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so self aborted! cae si the {!:. Tie l&reo the di.-s-oRery that iilb t Jf<*rraai was
waTOTsnswi tn see heaoataaes and i 1 U U.UU f1 1 11lIJI11; l1 lititli Ui.j fttakd i.U J1Ji 1iUJ1S
the tnitt aitf? l wltt sr-at.:
At list Lh.Yn'wY an at iat-t vooilf plL.JIIl 1f bnlliaat it nu Ion; bea-mfaL tad
h.'t1nng strain oa wheeis and sptJa isLLLet the crtiiiniBs; anti lip a 1111t.d.uti that her cieverar" tiaiike tine at.if tnon'UBeat oa every 'sde. H* iooitt Iup I -- -- -- -- -
and fiwiailcabby" fast asiet p. [nan
} ;iTtl one abtre giaai.'e ai the detuiwl fam thu sag and ;immT3IUsCtstY. IlX1. tier se t, rw 'l aotiua; to Ulnat'l. ;
ae jppreean-l die sit LL:. :
cCarb. The l;;ll wew abiaje. eat Tie wiiuir is ten bewea insnut
roll driver lad fallen asle p oa the I BOARI )
the ywaas nsoa WA stoadias ia frvnc with a vuuiii'a millet zrwvi .ja theft la the months that ftiilow d ae saw .
and lie horses oeiievas tiey
of tae euag 'gcIt3ULL i wit m. hlt Died.TCe Y Utlf a 1Jmn;; itir nine. Tie tir a.!* a *at tiwii of Mis M r. It was boy I
taeral had Ifisur i7
jrl was AI theLarettet OL". amt wept aioi.st wbiSt tins b'tini; IIi in enar that ne ;ifs Ilkno for soiaaljheus were gotif IB a

} l1ltOl bte6 1.:1I !mt'1 r ptugr! and ie paraaf tilr !'! arjbJendwt re Kniaim-i anultersl ay tie tmc&xl to tie baryin: sniand.-Ez- :I Air LJue Railway *

e,tts. Sae saw another ebnr: another thus mID one niaas. for ojiorsbtf coaass a her dre'tial* She went thalU II
eiC 'IJttllih viraed aKsoiuaHy 1 I Fr.vLY.l\ViH. COLCXBla. C.inUKA MU'(*&t.-, ,
anoa-and her sera uazy frum. crtuiai rift (light 7(112''wher'a lad tn ail appHaraattis ea- kt't

ti1ough.t inn utter ullaaneLx. gray tu &Ire wium. Jter tie me- jiy't tie'-wtt ia aptteuf tie fUl till i'Qu.HLa Lc..ler.ClCie i. RIfHMO /.L1RLTt) u.\L'rL'Uk
;1tt ;'antes doa It her ba* QJple dettt" !t usieit! 3rirrs aon -o ais jff n tie number gf tier admfrarg } had been ia lie eaaarry only 1M.1

She 3ieW tie papers ia milt bar meant ha.Dl f it v ti tj jcto and afiiar- Tb r, had bwn a time when tie na.1 a ahort time and was not entirely fa- PHI I. \:"" \I>KK

inrnrinte policies Gar tiousajnL-i. 4,1 1\11'1 worLl'It or nftp>ltrI by hand, wilt wisat"! a word with tie beaafifal3ii nillar witi tie table Time tt aner. ti i

watt n br hermit Sire hID stuppe.1 -4.1iL tq .w' > Xemiin was o&ll:d to l; r tits his art

w hunt other asentJ* ttetrerL to C ad aad way targatdl a tiuoble raisr af biacieoais. rs i SiTtn av'me restaonat and calle-t i

had sswireOt business. She was griingbuck. :, JUa tactic a ..c bat jili.swr had ao !nib !auninf for a table Caots t'nner. Oppcsusaun. Stcfcccrd florida! 1Jmtt' L

to Ne* Tort iad tie anpeml of I Thr're ;a a d.ever lad w&u wrll 5 ; tier side waenersr he went. *at a soar viaasHd: aad voracians ,

ber supenocs. She wuuM be sad to his living in this Torid For' piuyai.fmaatrtiiii Tel tile depo& -d '; !! of awirs seem- person Whit had amvwl only a f v 10mcnrs j SEABOARD LXP8ESS.icc

shut herself la hec pn aw ottli.aaJ, trianL autiiurity cat off !ll e l so iattinr gone of aaytiin; about -before 3i t hae being ill doubt i ESEgBOlSO( MAR.

tike np net aovumolatsrl }>cw'vadenw. iUt'[ r.llI! Bond :lucit at the aer wliicu
She mwt oaw 1 cabinet or a.UbJu""s. tlf I1bs ez'itene f. lie paasH"! Eaillj' uppr ,w4 his pay as if it anidioor nil amiiaaly said he : > em Fullnaii ,

tierwl Cor tildt emfftj cwraer of her af3 at tilu duct tQ say aau b"it a flonn of s oyaitl. aad after would taia tae same at response tn tiff : TEE E.-\Bl an ) } U\CrttCD ,

Ct. Tae papers to &e Bled ia her deparunent "M.oriieE. Lam yjmir tn die aad nrhea a time he- nu kinifer found tiis dii5- Waite query. 1 I PtJt'tl"XI-IUS1Vt-ly uf Pullman rs wrsvirrLS t .JUtII
Egiupin
"f Dmtast
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wet iLrtRiisiager t aia au aiiipB I wu ii die focrijr tn cot enit Se admir'i Mi! Sf-maoi too After 3aisaia; his diaper tie heavy ,i i'ejin..4p.y'! "u iUre.. rwtlum t t.oflfl.-ra .C D ttua

m*op*"!! tad lout ar my t souna rfi.'* mall 1J be ser y for her tt every eann? man orderwi tie waiter ta send 1 I i luk-ttlnth p N.tw Y.JK. W".It\I.. wuvtes t. 3a1g1.1y rt..wMtIMNMr'_ W.i

, She gire her aam&er m tie cabman: TUe mawraai apart was Ul! with quality of mind ant hf art MIl met his him in i bontbiack. j i e@kvraVl4L 1 Z3 p.1IL ttW1L ? "j"alJlt e+' It

anti waswaisiai o2 into Ci* $iaw o t< I I awful tbrenuhni and mot lIUUet'1a aiwti of what a. wumaa. sfauuld-fae. Ai8sr ''Brn ae tie iaaie.' eidaiined 'i! Only ane t'ceriajj; Dm? E: w J.-k"v .

Bwaawaj/s liglfs Bj and tir ttej. YOiL a.skvi wbat he meant tile *ii be l00 oMlt It now oa- XiI"1tt"LW11.1 ta 2 .O

tame'l toP l quiet side sdwet SCmount t r 1 .t ;i4 i .it tQ be C\\\J.. ht c1weI't'Ol shrnk nw. WTiaSwr ae Eit aa : -ntf tie waitas. "Won't one J far fiat mf.nnaaon. aa i 3hper N+N n1IioIII.u.I ,
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rI t11i. lending tv i tlifflbravnsCDne : I thrift t Jjt'li lit st \UiUD,' meant to ,act with iiis JTM open.Tae 3t )tbiaek da rra or On. :.. t.w.4"- -
; ,. ww !:1." <.TI(| Mk-aaeL poiazin tDiri 3. Mk a"OOSELL. G P .t-"t.. Jut ftL
Uousefc sJiooi aui Tai wall tfoon;;?i. The nail b+ir ra* ai ir he askwl fc l uiiirry liir.-
her keys and apartment DorrieA tn her woou 'tamflbaat amt perlrwt TD aislitrie bt'tI.n 1 they sat ia Css-- Uritrtp .. fcs "- mbar: -V h. SH. his m ,j i JOFTS Di IZIER 3 rrt ": \r W CI tX't t'- ., \ !:t't"f "

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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People.} "

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VOL. sXTV II NO 35 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 11 1904 i t ,\ VKIUAXXOU.CEMETS. :

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:N.....w...............e.1 The Crack Shot in Ocala. Mr. Harper Promoted I I I Simeon T. Sistrunk. I i
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.N..N..N....NNN..... Mr. Mats E. Hen&ler l the famous R. L. Harper, recently appointed If any committee froiu any body of All Payments ReturnedWith

Foa SHEEIFF- hereby announce myself a can. cracK shot, was in Ocala yesterdayand general organizer for the American citizen were: srl.cted to name by

didate for the office of sheriff of :Marion county, left ou the Seaboard Air Line Federation of Labor, with territory ballot two or more of the most popular four per cent compound interest and life insurance free in the meantime, is

t- t subject If nominated to the action and elected ot the I democrrtic promise to primary.performthe railway for Leeshurg where he will comprising the South Atlantic aud men in Marion county when the the record of this policy in The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.

duties of said office to the best of my ability, give/: au exhibition of his shooting Gulf States will leave tomorrow ballots were counted: Sim Sistruuiv's (From Evening Journal U' ..i.g/o..IN1.,April I)
HENRY GORDON "A policy just paid by The Mutual Life Insurance of New York at the
Company
with the Leesburg Gun Club this morning for th. central portion of name woul appear on every one ofthan I death of the late Isaac H. Frank.of this city shows a decided advantage over a
bank account. In 1870,the issued Mr. Frank.
savings May Company Policy No.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE. morning. the state to enter actively upon his : s one of these fortunate fell- I 110.892 for (2.ooo,on the ordinary life plan. The total accumulated by the Com-
7. the CcMiirratie Voter F/orMa. Mr. Hensler will return to Ocaia at duties Mr. Harper has been activein citizen! I per cent.account in a savings bank." ,

I hereby announce myself a candidate for the 1 p. m. today and will hoot with the labor movement for the past four How did he acquire and how do*
legislature from Marion county, subject to the I What a contract of this kind will cost you can be ]learned by addressing the
democratic Ocala: Gun Club at the Race Course years. He was business manager for he hold, this popularity which everybody
primary, and solicit the support of Company that has paid policyholders some 190 Million Dollars more than any
my democratic friends. grounds this afternoon. the Central Labor Union during the so willingly ascribes to him.
CARLOS I,SISTRCNK other :::wally in the world it having paid out overGOO
The shooting will begin at 3 and rebuilding of the city of Jacksonvilleafter Simply by being pleasant and
Foa SHERIFF t Million Dollars
respectfully announce
my events will be shot between dashes. the tire aud the record he made atlnlltto everybody, putting himself
candidacy sheriff. If elected I promise to I
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discharge the duties of the office faithfully, impartially I Mr. Hetibler is one of the best ill an enviable onHe is a good out of the way to distribute favors the

f and to the very best of my J. L.ability.SMOAK. known trap shots in the country and I speaker aud is conservative in his and giving the most careful attentionto I MUTUAL LIFE

,, is: present holder of the Michiganstate views, and is probably the best posted the duties of his office. I

FOR SVPERIXThNDENT OF BOARD OF PCBUC championship. He succeededin man in the state on the principles of We may state also that bis atlabilitydoes I i INSURANCE COMPANY OF
IcSTRCCTTON-Through the columns of the
t, 98 of 100 the organizations and not at all partake of obsequiousnt&9 i
Banner I ask the support of the citizens of breaking out a possible represented on
Marion county for the nomination of county to win this trophy. There are few if economic government. : but is entirely natural to him having i( Oldest NEW YORK Larat s
Superintendent of Public Instruction. I wishto in tIN ;
any better shots in the world thanMr. Mr. Harper will make Orlando his been bred in the bone.tilr.Sistrunkiscertainly. Jin
thank them for past favors and if re-elected { America RICHARD A. McCURDY, President WorN
I shall make < ery effort to improve the schools Henler who will undoubtedlybreak headquarters for the present. I a popular t
f, along all lines. Respectfully.
i W. D. CARS 'em here some today.Mr. While Mr. Harper goes to a wider omcial and like an old colored voter I CECIL WILCOX Manager Jacksonville Ha

,. Hensler also won second in field, Miami can but regret losing a once said about Bloxham "He am t _
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FOR SHERIFF hereby announce myself a Grand American Handicap last year. I gentleman who represents much lu I sure a bird man to beat!1"
, :. .. candidate for the office ot sheriff of Marion I f
county subject to the action of the democratic Mr. E. E. DuPout, of the DuPont the way of personal ability and integrity A Big House.

primary to be held)law 10. and it elected will will also well of
Powder Co., shoot with the as as one the greatestof
attend to the duties of the office to the best of The boys band of the Industrial

my ability. Soliciting the support of the demo I club at the Driving Park his labor organizations.MiamiRecord. I Home at Macon was greeted in Ocala

crat voters,I am Yours,etc. afternoon.Mr. .
J. FRANK PELOT. I I with a dig house, the biggest the

I C. Van Inwegtn, of the Union Two More Citizens for Ocala. i manager KUthe uoy had been honored a 1

1 Fold TAX: ASSESSOR-Btlie\'ing that I have Mttalic Cartridge Company, will also" Mr. Daniel A. Clark, of Marul, our i( with ia Fl'orda. 1 / 4
filled the office of Tax Assessor to the satisfaction
i be with us tint afternoon and of the largest and most successful I The baud "ised of
ot most people and knowing that I am I is>: eomp thirtytlwmembers
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now qualified and equipped to do the work as will keep the !score and probably turpentine operators in Florida, and and they give a most PK-
well as any one respectfully ask the voters of SlOMlMJfFor2t
i Marion county for a re-nomination on the loth participate in the shooting. Mr. Sato Davis of Juliette, who celleut performance.Everybody .

of May. ALFRED A\EE. rneasurts very closely up to Mr was dell gtl tell.
Thieves Caught.
J FOR THE LEGISLATURE want to represent Clark in the sam line of business, Miss Dora Pelot was awarded the f
Monday
Bight fpicialSheriiT Dehuiy
t Marion county in the next legislature and to have bought lots iu the Bentou addition gold watch for having sold the
that end solicit the vote of all democratic citi- Hutson arrested two colored
f to Ocala formerly known as the largest number of tickets.
1 tens at the coming primaries. WeD, one a porter at the Ocala House 1a
JOHN B. FLO\D. Vogt, Harm and McConnell properties
and the other at the Moutezaraa.
Judge W. S. Bullock's prediction in
and will build homes and become a e
Fox COLLFCTOR announce my candidacy
J [ They were charged:: with stealing two his banquet speech at Ocala Wednesday
fur the office of tax collector for Marion county citizens of our growing municipality.
ubjtct' : to the action of the democratic party at sails ot clothes from the store of night was a warning that shouldbe
i The property is located iu the prettiest I
the primary to be held May
Krasuoff & Rosin: and for
10.E stealing a heeded at once, that if sanitary
L. CAa! large amount of n.luablejewelry from I measure are neglected a town will
FOR THE LECKLATCBE hereby announcemy congratulated in stcuriug two such --
residence_ of Dr. J. M. Eagleton surely suffer for it. Experience has \\'HITEJS CREAM
of the
candidacy lor member legislaturefrom progressive, wide awake citizens.atu'e 'I
Marion county,subject to the action of the several weeks ago. These two men taught this in all ages and in all lands.Jacksonville !. TTORMSI! VifMItUCE
democratic primary to be held May :0.
have been watched for !some time and bas just one pigment on her ....,. .
CEO G. MATHEws I piillette with which she produces all I Metropolis. .....,.....,....... -,..,..,.,.1 3.rl43Qa-man. -- I Qo :.1-
,'0., Monday night Deputy Hutson obtained I The Atlanta Journal don't waLt Years Has Led'GOL ''i : () r (1\: y
friends of the marvelous tints of beauty, and : ( uCr;:! n met tl I 4
r FOR TAX ASSESSOR-The many J.e.Mathc'Ys. that
pObtive proof they were the because : :I3t ALL :DU -pC %DTlJ.
throughout the county, recognizing that one pigmedt is the blood. The I Hearst nominated for president r.

hi _, Drth and ability, hereby present hisf theives. Most of the jewelry belonging shell-like pink beneath the linger I it don't want him. Prepared ty-.+..-.ut-,.nNV.nVVN4vN J/lMEG avw'.v.e.N/V.e.na'T. r L.A rtD V, SU uIsw.

} f lama the democratic voters Marion county to Miss Eagleton was found in nails, the delicate rose of the cheek, I
tl for tax in the
assessor
rr jtJnomination ap- their possession and all of it will the cherry ripeness of the lips, the

protching primary election.VAN CITIZENS. probably be recovered.The irridesceut brilliance of the eyes are :..........................s. ...i. ..1

I all produced by the blood. Just as
men Jim Williams and
FOR COCUTY JCDGE-I hereby announce my Will
the permanence of a beautiful painting -
candidacy for re-election to the office of county Dubose are now in jail.Climatic will depend upon the purity of I Never Before I.
judx\,subject to the action of the democratic -- -- -
primary to b'.held May 10.1904. Cures. the colors with which it is>: painted, so -
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: ROBERT BCLLOCK. the permanence of beauty depends

. The influence climatic conditions upon the purity of the blood, Paint, .
FOR COUXTV TTEASCKEH: ,-If in the judg in the of
cure is
consumption very powder and cosmetics won't avail to $
ment of the people of Marion county I have
faithfully and befittingly discharged the dutiesof much overdrawn./ The poor patient preserve beauty. Beauty begins in Have we had so much goods in our store f
and the rich patient do
county treasurer I respectfully ask their support toocan much the blood. Dr. Pierce' Joldeu Medical -
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in the approaching democratic primary. better at home by proper attention to Discovery is: a true beautifier, because -

THos. E. PASTEtR. food digestion, und regular use of it provides for nature that pureblood .

i FOR CLERK: CIRCUIT COCRT.-I hereby -announce German Syrup. Free expecteration with which she alone can paint. I --- :

.. my candidacy for re election to the oft in the morning is made certain by Tne use of this medicine will cleansethe

fice ol clerk of the circuit court subject to the German Syrup, so is a good niitht's skin, heighten the complexion, .
# action of the democratic voters at the primary rest and the absence os that weaken-
brighten the eyes aud give to face and
election to be held May In.I9o4. I take this op. .
portuDity to thank those who have supportedme ing cough and d-biliatiug night form that radiance of health which is : We are now prepared to satisfy any one in any kind of gWearing

In the past and trust my record in the office sweat. Restless nights and exhaus- the greatest charm of beauty. Dr.
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has been such as to enable them to vote for tion due to coughing, the greatest Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are very effective .

me again. S.T.SISTRCNK.; danger and dread of the consumptive in ridding the system of clog.

can be prevented or stopped by taking ging residum, which accumulates Apparel.
SAL ELIZABETH EASSIS, Loal Editor German .
Syrup liberally and regularly. with constipated habit.

Should you be able to go to a warmer

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I clime, you will find that of the thous- Samuel Izlar Buist, the 4 year old .
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c .. ands ot consumptives there, the few son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Buist, of : Our Line of 2 L

r s who are benefited and regain strengthare Blackville, made it both pleasant and a
Hou. C. M. Brown is>: campaigning
those who use German byrup. interesting for us about fifteen minuteson

i in Middle Florida Trial bottle 25c. regular bottle 75c. Monday. He's the brightest little : Meg's, Ladies' and Boy's Ready Made Garments)

f. For sale by Anti-monopoly Drug chap in the state, and from the very
-. Mrs A. B. Brumby is visiting in r
Store. JNew I many intelligent interrogations he

Jacksonville. Hardware Company.By made, we predict that he will be the cannot be equaled: We are ready for your inspection and want you to call and J:
future rival of W. R. Hearst, who is

J. K. Christian, represented. his reference to our advertising columns the editor-in-chief of three of the most : give our stock a thorough examination. With us a look means a sale g

r thriving city in Ocala yesterday. it will be seen that Ocala hasa influential papers in America, as wellas .
a probable candidate for president.
Mr. J. H. Livingston has returned new hardware company of which !
A true representive is be of the paternal SPRING and SUMMER
from a businesi trip to Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. Tom Smith is the manager, and and maternal sides of the house. $

it' the Bew firm will be known as T. W. -Barnwell ((8. C.) Sentinel. : .
C. V. Miller has bought the
Smith & Company.Mr. The above named young gentleman -

t, Bert Redding place on South Second Smith has had seventeen years spent several months in Ocala with ..1 If you call on us now you will certainly think that you have run into g

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street. experience. as a hardware salesman his grandparents, Maj. and Mrs. L. T. S the largest line of Men's and Boy's Spring'and Summer Clothing $

t Capt. J. B. Martin, of Davis, a under the experienced direction of Mr. Izlar. in central Florida.
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': prominent turpentine man, spent A. E. Delouest, and knows all the ins Will Remain in Ocala. g

t Friday in Ocala. and outs and short cuts of the trade
.t Mrs.Robert Kaiser who has so successfully I t
Mr. Thos. H. Harris, of Jacksonville the benefit of which will go to his conducted the Florida House I. SHOES FOR EVERYBODY.

is on a short visit to his parents, customers. -
for the has
past year, changed her II
Mr. and Mra. Frank Harris. He wants his friends to hunt him .
plans as to moving to Atlanta, and
up and see the bargains he is in position we handle< the best 'shoes made.
: Mr. B. J. Graham, of Boston, Mass., has leased the hotel property for 6I3ISiir They are
to offer them.A .
a prominent civil engineer, is among another season.
made THE HAMILTON BROWN SHOE CO.
by of
f Ocala's visitors today. Good Man Gone to Rest. If constantly having a house full of .
,
Mr. George W. Biglow who has guests is any indication of success the c'I
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax, of the St. Louis.
been living for some months past in Florida House has eertainly had its :
of
Meadows, are in Ocala and guests
the E. W. Green place on Orange share under the present manatee
the Ocala House. meat. Visit us, you are welcome.
avenue, died on the 9th inst, of con

I Mr. Allan Stevens, a prominent sumption. The body was shipped I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mobley, who .

citizen of Citra, was in Ocala jester- yesterday to Bushnell in Sumter have been visiting Mrs. Mobley's r t

:.. day and paid this office a pleasant county, for burial. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bailey

-I call. e :Mr. Biglow was long a patient suf- for the past week left Friday for their I THE BOSTON STOREII a

Miss Pearle Provine, of Cofleeville, I ferer and was in all respects a goodman home in Kingwood, Ga. Mr. and

Miss., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. S. and a good citizen Mrs. Mobley came to Ocala on a very

L. Bitting and will remain several He leaves a wife and several small i sad mission that of burying their

weeks in our city. hildren to mourn his death. infant eon. ........................u. .........4

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1 TALIAFERRO AND JENNINGS -AT THE UNWRITTEN LtW. AN IKVINCICLE ARGUMENT.The tlemen; and it takes it for granted -

rt: THE OCALA BANNER I MAYO. I that campaign is now sufficiently i Loss of Flesh h "1

England has no written constitution De6oto County News, which is advanced for his opponents to have

.......r. n.ulS, ti :r. The Live O%k Crescent of March S but her unwritten code is the Col. placed before tbe public their every .
edited that able gentleman,
by
P. V. Lea;eg::!, Basises! &:&6er.f contains an account of the joint discussion strongest bulwark her institutions. Walter Graham, is never hasty inassuming claim for the office. When you can't eat breakfast :

between Guveruor Jennings Everywhere it is the same. In all "Senator Taliafcrro has very prop. take Scott's Emulsion.
a position on any important ,
nations aid in all institutions the unwritten erly announced tor reelection upon
t and Senator Taliaferro at Mayo, in
question. It takes time for cool, dispassionate I When you can't eat bread
Taylor county and claims that the supercede the written laws. his record and it has not been successfully -
thought; and when it announces -
and butter take Scott'sEmulsion.
governor filled the senator with utter See how openly the rules of the a conclusion, its: opinion is :shown: that this record has ;

shame and confusion-putting him church are set aside. not been creditaole to the state and to When you have
entitled to the most rtspeciful consideration

f entirely to rout. The "amusement paragraph of as being not only logical, himself; aud the people l in their intelligence been living on a milk diet and


Here is how it says the governordid tbe Methodist discipline have grown but conscientious.: and sound judgment will want something a little more

it. so antiquated that some of the foremost not be misled by misquotations and
For months the News has watchedthe i take Scott'sEmulsion.
Governor Jennings then proceeded to read ministers in that body boldly misrepresentations: of that! record.In nourishing,
I and
campaign now going on care- I
the national democratic in proof of
platform
advocate discarding them, as they their sense of justice they will ac ;
MOTTO THE I his specified charges and asked Senator Taiia ful.y studitd tbe c&ndidatetheir:

AT: THE BAKXEI TOP WELL, BELJEVIXQTHOSE ABLE TO ,ferro at the conclusion of each plank it be have become in these latter days as I claims and 'retentions and their individual cord a fair and impartial hearing to To get fat you must eat
(Taliaferro). had introduced a bill resolutionor
TAKE CABE OF THEMSELVES, HAS i' amendment: embodying any idea in either "sounding brass and a tinkling cym II merits. In last week's edition all the aspirants now before the people fat. Scott's Emulsion is a

f TAKES 1! plank to which the senator could: not answer. bal." and, unless reasons are shown
ITS
STAND
IX THE BARRICADES it announces its conclusions as
: Then it was realized by the audience that the t great fattener a great
I WITH THE OOJIMON PEOPLE, Bat take a survey of the field where which nave not yet been advanced,
governor had the senator in a position that he i to the senatorial contest in the fallow*
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AND ITS FIOHT WILL BE MADE FORTH could not extricate him-elt from, and the unwritten law prevails. they will be plow to retire to private strength giver.
injf able and unanswerable editorial.
$ BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE crowd that at one time seemed to be cheering +I who bas been
Take for instance the unwritten law life a public servant Those who have lost flesh
BOTTOM. !! the senator began cheering the governor with i i "1 he News has watched with interest

enthusiasm, and as he proceeded section by of the south which calls for lynching.A the senatorial campaign which faithful to the uest interests of tbe want to increase all body t
section propounding a muterly manner that I
FRIDAY, MARCH 11 19t-4.! II the senator could not answer sustaining every man would ride twenty miles on i has been in progress in Florida during IIt.ateontrary to an established precedent tissues not only fat Scott's

I point the crowd began cheering till the governor horseback in the rain and cold 'o months. While it Dimply to gratify the aspira ,
the past six was
could hardly be heard. i Emulsion increases them all
the violation of this unwrittenlaw tions of over ambitious gentlemen. ,
Baltimore has shown of avenge incipiency '
a spirit yet iu its many ne" pa-
It seems and almost
pluck that Is commendable. incredible that preposterous any intelligent demo- if to do so he had to violate a I peN and individuals openly declaredfor A Little Flower.The bone, flesh blood and

statute law every mile of the way. Ocala Banner announces that within a
the candidate of their choice and nerve.
The United States are investing ten crat could be made to applaud such I' short time U will be materially enlarged and I.

millions in the St. Louis fair. an ad captandum speech and to There is absolutely no escape from have been vigorously supporting improved. The Banner is in 115 thirty eighth For invalids, for convalescents .
and has list of friends all the
the of this unwrittenlaw them without to hear theclaims year a large over
I resort to such a performance shows consequences waiting state.Tampa Herald. !!: for consumptives,
The reflection of a bachelder are and in its execution the written of the respective aspirants. I'
that the governor is in most desperateand It U: certainly refreshing to have aI for weak children for all
generally the reflections of a despot I law looks on with open eyes and helpless Much of this support was uo doubt ,
deplorable straits.If pretty little fl>)*erlik* the above toseeii -

Japan has issued her statement regardIng every democratic senator in and powerless bands. tender d from purely personal mo- your way in these times when tbe who need flesh, Scott's

the trouble that led up to Washington, one after another had The unwritten law of society; the tives without regard as to which one wily and ungodly politicians are Emulsion is a rich and com

war. She makes out a good ca."e. of unwritten law of the church; the unwritten lof tie candidates could brst serve the I i '
taken the planks the democratic tryingto corrupt the voter into believing fortable food, and a natural

. The trade of Porto Rico has increased platform day after day and sought to law of the state; are all as i inter*ftsnf the state at larsre. that the press of Florida con :: tonic.

fixed and binding the movement of I I "Rt"O the t-stab-
to five time the amount in have had any idea embodied in them oguiziu prtvtdeul troU..t by as high toned and honest ,

the planets in tbt ir oroi *. I lisheU by the democratic party that Iii I Scott's Emulsion for bone
1S97. Last year it was $22,000,010. favorably considered! in that body, men as ever breathed, have all been ;

What woman would dare violate i faithful publi. pervant deserves and : flesh blood and nerve.
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those distinguished mt-u. supposed to rubaidized and bought with a pri<::e. ,

It teems to us if we had bolted the but despotic unwritten should receivea second term at the
be dignified, grave and nsverened, capricious I We tip our hat to the editor of the We will send
Bryan's nominatiou and aided in his hands of the the News has youa
code of fashions?
people,
would have since become the different .
long I Herald for setting! example.The free sample. .
defeat we would rejoice and not What gentleman would participateat waited to hear reaou, advanced why
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laughing stock of the world. i Tallahassee Tallahas! ean is Be sure Out! this pictwtin
whine about his being defeated. a funeral dressed in a seresucker this established precedent should notprevail
The is dealing in the I I the forp of a label U M
governor now i!>sued as a daily and is a most I
There will be turned to suit I iu the case of Senator Talia the wrapper of every bottle
soon over merest clap trap and we would feel 1 I creditable publication. We hope the ,I of EmuisiM loft buy.

the secular authorities in France 1299 hurt to believe that any democrat of What bride would appear at the ferro, who is a candidate to Mitveedniuislf.
, people of the capitol eity will give ,, SCOTT & BOWNE
schools for boys and 2119 for girls average intelligence could be deceived altar unveiled? I Ii is admitted that duringhis
Editor Trice a generous supp"'rt. !I OtE'41rn.

hitherto taught by religious societies. by his ibetnods. The unwritten law in politics is as I first term, which is now drawing 'f 409 Pearl!St. N. Y.
Florida i is now tiaviusr the most' ,
binding as the unwritten law in civil to a ('Ineoator Taliaferro, in con-
He is unelevaling I
proceeding along SOc and ;i I. ill drv siits.
Florida has at least one thing to be spirited campaign it has ever known.:
lines. and religious life. ;jut,ction wan Ih" ,stairs oilier ref re- I
thankful for in thepresent state
i
The Mayo correspondent of theLin. W are recently I inform that i .t"utnUVt' la the natl inal Irgi-laiure, -------- un -- --- .. -
campaign. John beard, of Pen a-
Colonels H. Estill, the popul rediorof | his aciouiplished much fur Fionda.
Oat! Crescent gives the follow lug
We Have Just
cola, i-n't running for anythin2'Hallner Opened.
wonderful tbeiSavanuah News, and John That hi* vote ha" beet recorded iu
as Jevniog peroration:
of Liberty, Jasper. Oh,
"After which, as soon as quiet could be restored Temple Graves, the t.rilliltont editor ery instance: iu actrordjiLce with the
he is. He is running to become a
yes
the governor asked the audience to and principles of the great
af the Atlanta :News, both in turn polities
delegate to the St. Louis convention, place in imagination the national democratic The Newest,
platform in one column u a measurement andtest etused the gubernatorial crown of democratic party when such qut--i- The Nobbier,
and ought to be elected, too.
The Swellesi
of Mr. Tal fetTt's service in tile senate the Empire state of the south because Lions:: have corn before congress, i!' ,
during hu four years term and place by its side
Claude Eagle, editoi of that excellent
I.
in a deadly parallel column every bill, resolution the unwritten law of Georgiasays also adwiato
weekly,the Florida Sun and Labor JournaL
wants to be a delegate from the state at large to or amendment that he has introduced in that a governor who hag made a "Tbe two principal aspirants for tile
the senate of the United states and that such
the St.Louis convention. As Mr. L'Engle is a STRAW
bold Mr. Taliaferroare
column would be as blank as the white walls of fairly good official is entitled to a position now by
itannch supports of WUliani R. Hearst for the .aHA TS..l
the court house and the crowd Hun. J.
began and
cheering Gov. W. S. Jeubiug
presidential nomination be is all right and will again. second term. To be

probably get what he wants.-Madisoa New N. C. :StoiKtou, both loih of whom In Ocala.
Enterprise. "Governor Jennings c1o..cdlis speech under E:. till and Graves, or no good democrat
Caall and
the time limit amid wild applause by offering a tbe New entertain the highest personal de.
Mr. L'Engle, we hope, will receivean reward for the matchless-record of Senator in Georgia, would for a moment

overwhelming vote to resent the Taliaferro the corporation papers hare told the consider a proposition to violate! the regard for as representative

people so much about" citizens the dale. Hut this palter
gross discourtesy recently offered him unwritten party custom.
Mr. Taliaf<.rr>, though making a has not plaueii rea"ou THE Co.
SHOE
yet ht't.'lIlmy CHAMBERS
The tradition
in not being invited to the Jacksonville same party prevailsn
record in the senate of which his advanced why Senator Tahalerro
Florida.
conference.The .
friends feel manifestly proud is not a should! supplanted in the United OCALA, FLA.
Our in
II representatives congress, .

, I little 2x4 fellows who are opposing miracle worker and does not claim making fairly good records, have States senate by either of these sieu_. II I I

Senator Taliaferro's return to nor his friends for him, to have hypnotized ------
without an exception or variation,

the United States senate are reducedto a repuhlican senate, a re pub

but one in argument the following which which is embraced we lican into house ratifying and a the republican several planksof president beeu Examine given two the or record more and terms.it will be AN EDITOR'SEXPERIENCE 1[ FLORIDA! fRUIT !AND TRUCK[ GROWR.(


seen that Call, Jones, Pasco, Mallory,
take from the Jasper Banner of the national democratic platform, I OCALA FLORIDA.
Davidson, Finley, Dougherty, Bullock -
I
Liberty: by bill, resolution or otherwise, aud Cue TearS S'..*..*.*
and Davis all in
Cooper were ..
They are advocating Senator Taliaferro. bo<< the man who thinks such a thing I <..-6..'. ""' ...,1'- ,....
turn: given two or more terms.
cause they know he can be depended en to do possible on the part of Mr. Taliaferroor A handsomely illustrated iua:!"zn<- tifvoteJ especially (o the
the bidding of the Standard Oil crowd that he Why break the custom and apply a In the Treatment of Humours
interestof the fruit and vegetablerue'ers of Florida.
can be depended on to look after the interests any other democratic senator,

of the East Coast regardless of all the rest of different rule for Taliaferro? 1 A trial ssis ...;... :! sii: =:rths vH le *.
spetial sez : d
ought to be run dowu caught, caged, with More Than Magical i s reuijt
FlorIda I His conduct in office, his excep- -rS; k--r----;
l 25 eeits. rs
anti exhibited
muzzled
The regrettable thing about this throughoutthe I. tionally fine record aud the unwritten Effect with ----- -- I
curiosity far exceeding .
country as a
style of demagogistn is that it is the law of the party all cry aloud

Hir urn's "wool hor.e" the
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direct fruit of the governor's speeches. against it. I
I "what is it?"
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Sale Sewing Machines.
r ---- Speciai
I I CUTICURA REMEDIES.
: For his consistency and brave tight To the Democratic Voters of the Stateof

, against big odds we still retain our Florida.I -

11'e hose a large number of Setting Machine that ban f' beenu
love for the silver for his pluck
'-- bug; hereby announce myself as a candidate A Remarkable Testimonial froma e
1 and audacity we applaud the gold machine. hale been thoroughly overhauled
for the position of delegatefrom I >e bJt"'-
I Most and perit"ut'edforkJUt'u and all worn replaced and made
bug but for his cheek deception and : Intelligent part a*
:, i, the state of Florida at large to good a<4 new for .en>I'e. Each machine Iii adjusted tried, and

r t duplicity, please good Lord, now and the democratic convention to be held'I Trustworthy Lady. guaranteed to do perfect work before it It'UH"t' onr More. Can
he aud tried if desired.
always, deliver Us from the humbug. at St. Louis. I solicit the support of I We seen will hell thee machine try law for ca..h. Prices rnu

-- from 8i.00 to 913 00. and each is a bargain at the .
1 I all who believe in true democratic "A tumor came on my neck and in a .; pries.11'e
i Hearst's Mother.I are agent for the celebrated Uouie" aud "Wheeler
principles and will be grateful forsueh : day or two It was as large as hall an A WIIMn" sewing; Machine*-with or without hutton.hole allachmeiit. .
\ti:1&t I have for Mr.
IL I profound sympathy I orange. I was very much alarmed for .

Few people can understand the feelings Hearst because he is the Bon of his Support. I have never been a fear it; was malignant. My friends (.r'aphophoneiiandrecord's.. A tiraphophoueand 0 Iterord

of the pugilist as he is being counted mother. Mrs. Phoebe Hearst is candidate for any office and am not'!\ tried to persuade me to consult my 'or.CH'. Furniture aud Houe Fnrni-biur Ci od.. at
>, out. He hears the seconds ticked off. a .SMITH'S.." Special attention to mail order*.
now this being physician bat dreading that he would
position an honorary I ;
He to rise but in California
tilL straggles struggles great philanthropist.
!I- vain. He has lost the fight. should one and entailing expense on the successful insist on using the knife I would not Ocala Furniture Company.
erect her
a monument to
There are some who are making a consent go. Instead I got Cnticura

losing fight for life that can appreciate memory when she passes away, be- applicant instead of producing :)'I Resolvent and Caticnra Ointment. I

FIW this; those whose lungs are diseased. any revenue. took the former according to directions
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAY
With: every tick of the watch, they know cause she has proven herself to be a I and spread thick layer of the COMPANY
CLAUDE L'EXGLE
that they are being counted out. gracious, generous, noble hearted citizen I II Ointment on the swelling. On renew-

The great question is how can a quick -- -- I ing it; I would bathe my neck In very

rally be made to continue the fight of that state. Her benefactionsto Another man in the warm water and Cnticura. Soap. In a >_ _____ _____ u h _
strong Baptist
114 against disease? Many who have asked the University of California, not to j few days the Cnticura Ointment had

that question have found a satisfactory church of Florida died Saturday iu drawn the swelling to a head, when it Time Table in Effect Feb. 7th 1\114\
speak of other gifts and donations.
in the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden
answer broke. it was opened
morning DEPARTURES
Ocala. Rev. J, C. Porter, formerly Every FROM OCALA.
Medical DiscoverIt cures bronchitis, mark her effort with genuine patri with a large sterilized needle, squeezedand
: obstinate deep-seated coughs, hemorrhage : editor and proprietor of the Baptist bathed, and fresh Ointment put
l night-sweats, emaciation, and otism. Her philanthrophy: is not Train JJ. 1-IO a. m. For RocheUe. Palalka. Jacksonville. Watcrou. TtM *flir. M.'t
on. Pus and blood and a yellow,
Charleston Wilmington. Ricamood .
Witness newspaper. Mr. Porter bad WaaluigtM. NttMt. I ill.Ult. '_16.
othir conditions which if neglected or tainted with selfish purposes.-Mrs. cheesy, tumorous matter came oat. In delphia. New Yoik Boston and all t-actcn poiau. Ab ftr all Wftkf1a
unskilfully treated may find a fatal been a hard worker for the church' about three or four weeks' time this pouts in ctcnecuon with Chicago and Ft wide fpecUVTiam
termination in consumption. W. H. Felton iu Atlanta Journal. eliminated the TS. 1.15 p. m For RocbeUe. Palalk jack>OlIrtle.. d a'.l other patois raL Abo fw X.''.
and never seemed to tire until the treatment completely Atlanta >'ashnle.Cbicro via Dixie routeTraia -
\Vten I commenced taking Dr. Pierce's ------- tumor. The soreness that had extended 3oJ. 3 JO p m. For Le*burg, Croom. Trd,y. Brookrile. T.ftIoIII ssi.g,, Ck.rwu '
t Golden Medical Discovery."writes Mr.John T. Inasmuch as Mr. J. Sl. Barco, of hand of disease laid bold of him down Into my chest was an Bellair St Petersburg and intermediate pats
Reed, of Jefferson. Jefferson Co. Art., "I was to be Train M, z:16 a. m. For LecshQ .Crom Tnlby. Tarpom Swierv Clearwttct WWt &.. M.-.
verv low with a cough. and would at times spit Ocala, has decided not to run for about a year ago and compelled, him gone, and my neck now seems burg and Jniennediate points '
up blood. I was not able to do any work at alL perfectly welL Train 47 3.23 p m Juliette.wild Junction Homasaisa and mtnaolim potato.

wa weak and did my bead much was diny.that The I first had commissioner of agriculture, it has to surrender active duty. He leavesa "About five or six years ago my sis Tram 45. >aioa. m. For Julietle. High Spnngv Liye Oik Dapoat. tt'.yce.e ... all <>c.,>
bottle I took me so good cast and ,
punts west.
faith in it and continued until I had takentwelve ter had a similar experience, used the Train m. For inii>rnnif. HOIII ..... sad *
like feel been suggested that he would makean wife and several children. He was effect.I 49 T.loa JIIII-"Uoa. tatena.-ate....i,.
bottles. Now I do not look nor Cuticura Remedies with magical
Tram XO'S.J aid; 21 carry Pullman M'.eepers. Trains No* 39 and ;'t carry PIll.... inlet
liVe the same man as I was a year ago. People should use testimonial Parlor ears.
think excellent state comptroller. There preceded about a month ago to tbe am willing you my
did not I
were astonished and said they that I am with the further privilege of P. &0 Meamt.-s sail from Pert Tampa for Key west Sumdaya.. Tr-nJan ... Th oo.,.
nve. I thankfully
could can say
entirely cured of a disease from which had it is no better man in Florida for this tomb by Rev. W. :N. Chaudoin, an- revealing my name and address to such atapm.
Train 21 connects at St. Petersburg with ladepead Liae. steaw,,* br
I would Tstttpalad g
.& not been died.for" your wonderful* Discovery position and should he decide to other hero in the Baptist church of persons as may wish to substantiate Manatee Hirer points, F
have For full complete and reliable tnformattoa ,
> the above statements by person&lletterto rrgarJtag rate tkraark .t .1ft..uta
, There are cures behind every claim make the race he would have easy; Florida. The world is much better me." Chicago Nov. 13, 1902. sleeper reservations. etc: call on any AUanbc Coast Lice Agent or a>Mi,.
made for the "Discoverywh h no
medicine can show. sailing, He is too good a man not to by the life of these Christians, and. fold thnuttot the world. Citiran BmHub we.fn ., T. C. 'YHITEn. P. A. g
"just as good" form olCaoeoUt gaudpPle.a, Sic per ml of dot

10 D:'. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse be in the service of tne !State.-The the church and state have sustained Outarat.iue.Sq.4 PaN.Sou.6 I M% dt U Fail.;LowM.& M.UTCoiubu VOunIUXIM *- H. M. EMKRSOX, "". j. CRAKJ
the bowels and stimulate the sluggish bra Poetr Drat a Caem. Corj 6Gtt l'rvpncIJIr1o
.J\: liver. DeSoto County X ew Irreparable lofc*.;Metropolis. Wbad."&.10 Can inrj .-.- Traffic Manager. Gent Pa*H ,ser Agent tt



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{! I| Major C. .\. Preroere return.d Fri- !I Worlds Famous
Trucking More Profitable Than Orange Twenty Years I Resident-His BusU-i i UflDDIC

': HAS FINE[ FARM Growing-Largest Bean I' ness Ability-Always Fair and Just. : day bringing Mr". Trunerf .&11.1 l their WU. It 11Nickl.plate ShowWill

i! two daughters. Tny intend making I II '
r Crop Ever Planted I Ibe :Star takes pleasure in calling I i Exhibit in Ocala One day only, Friday March 18.
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this their future bom* and arc comfortably -
Martin, Fla.. March 8, lOOt the attention of I its readers to Mr. J.L. ,
Sold -
one Mar\etman in Gainesville I I
Special Corr pond lIee Ocala Banner. Hmoak's announcement for sheritl l lira ed in the White! ?Htage.

I which appears in these columns. At 7:30 Thursday evening a quiet I II
Sixty Head of Hogs, The Atlantic Const Line is putting I
{ While Mi' /tjiuoak i is not a native home wt'tdina celebrated at the,
iu a spur that will touch the Easl r.
Floridian, became here twenty years Sjkes home when Miss i i Narcissus I
TWO HUNDRED HEAD OF CATTLE.This ling Bros'. big farm. B. L. Easter- ago, just as he began life as a young i Sykes! becawe'hebrideof: Mr. Henry II II!

hug, the farm manager, is elated over man, from the Old Palmetto state. I
He settled at Flemington and worked Perritt, the Iev. Mr. Jones lying the j
is his Stock of Fine Cows this the prospects for an early crop of : F e r
I at his trade, blatksaiUhim and ve- knot Tie, bride was becomingly j 4
Season to I everything planted. Everything la i I
say Nothing of His 300
hicle five later 1
building. :Some years attired in a white altiatros gown. I I
Head of HoES-Will Hive the up and if there is no mishap he will he moved to the outskirts of Ocala. The ,
jouug people left on tat noon
Finest Firm in the State. be shipping beans in a few weeks. here he plied his trade and did well; "j
train Friday for Orange City where
Among the visitors to this city saturday The melon and cantaloupe crops are not that he has accumulated wealth S; rf'I_ 1 1i ,
they w ill make their home. i
but better baa reared family who
a
all and there is stand.
up a good t
wes Hon. S. H. GaitskUl! of 1h
are an ornament to the community.Mr. lively came of ball was 'liyei :
McIntoth,one of the most roiuineut Mr. J. M. Metfert is not only plant !
i Smoak does not pose :as a supe- Friday afternoon despite the coM I
residents and successful farmers and ing himself, but has done a great 1ntui'p j jf
I rior citizen, but presents his'claims: as
stock raisers in the state. Aside from deal to encourag others to plant. He a good, all round man, whose recordfor and wind, between the marriel men f G It JAPAMfSE AmSTj FROM YEDDO ? \. ; Ii f

this tact, Mr. Gaitskill is a pleasing has great faith in the future of i twenty years in Marion county is and single men, resulting in a score 1,4 THE KMT EXPENSIVE fEMVBE WITH AMSHWIN AMERICA i'IT. : r

talker, and it is a pleasure to be in bis Florida and is one of the sunshiny before you. He has lived an earnest, at the end of tbe*>ixth inning of 24 to .Be5eeeMost PocJtivef Twin A ,WiIJ.n,World hli10UI MKf.U turu ,$' '
honest, conscientious life. He has to 8 in favor ot the married men. a a ,
business men that does farmers good q
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company. given an honest day's work for its Miss Tillie Pyles, of Ocala, was th"! -
Besides his farm: near Mclato-h, when he talks to them. He has made equivalent. He is a man of good Priced j i
guest over :Sunday of Mrs. Tom The Largest Popular :
Mr. GaitskiU has a magnificent place this community better off in every business ability, fair and just in all
Mitchell.Mr. ,
Dungarveu on the Gainesville and way since he began operations here his dealings with his fellows, and if 1
elected to tbe responsible positionwill John Hardison is picking some Earth.
Gill railroad, where he raises not : five years ago. He plans to center Show on
conduct the office as he has done of the handsomest strawberries seen I

only an abundance of corn, hay and his milling and agricultural business his business-with fidelity. He seeks in Belleview in a long time and certainly -

.other products, but has a fine stock here on his big farm of several hundred your suffrage and the Star takes

acres. The stock farm is in his claims to the most attractively polked. New Betty i Grander than
farm as well. He came to Gaines being pleasure presenting Bigger, an -1
Mr. and Mrs. C. Haviland started
looked after by J. Holder. New men the democratic voters of Marion
ville for the of
selling pork
and before leaving purpose succeeded in making ,- are being selected from different sec Ocala Daily Star. March 1. 311 -It Monday for their New York home, Ever. With all the Old Favorites and ,

intending to make several
stops en
tions to aid in the farming, milling Candidates for the Lesser Offices
sale of butcn of
to
a one our rs
Host of New F'e tures.
route, the first to be St. Augustine i a
and stock farm work. Agree Upon an Itinerary
sixty hogs, to delivered from time '
The Belleview Workers presented! t
The orange box heading business ro the Editor of the Ocala Banner
to time upon order. These hogs will
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, average in weight about 100 pounds and barrel waking, at the Mellert At the political rally at Live Oak "Parson Povis a Donation Part,) in The Malleite Family of Aerolists and Riders.
the town hall Tuesday evening.The .
when dressed, whicn is an example of mill is to be increased and vegetable on Monday there were present besides The Jennes Family of Acrobats and Tumblers.
latest case of measles ia that of
the success he is making at Duugar crates are to be supplied in wholesale the senatorial and gubernatorial Mr. Al Armour, the :Mexican Knife Thrower. '
Crinshaw Boone who is
quantities. Just as soon as the candidates! quite a large number reported
Ten. Z quite ill. Prof. Halls Troupe of Educated Dogs.
melon Mr. Metfert of aspirants for other state Offices,
season is over,
"I have
not good start at
jet a Mrs. J. A. Mitchell left Wednesdayfor Mr. Harrp La Sage on the Bounding Rope.A .
Dungarven," remarked Mr. GaitskiJl, will have the mill enlarged and will including Hons H. C. Crawford,
a visit to !Summerfield, as did also Host of
Janus E. Broome and B. F. Kirk Funny Clowns.
in speaking of his farm. "I only add another story to the plant.: It is ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and children.
have about two hundred head of cat hoped he will open a lime kiln here. candidates for secretary of state; j

. tie and about three hundred head of Mesrs. J. Weatherbee, of East Hons. \V. H. Ellis and Alfred St. JOSH. Grand Free Street Parade at 10 a. nj.) '

Mass. E. of Worcester Clair-Abrams candidates for GAIT ER VILLE.
bogs so far on my place, but by next Acton, Flagg, attorney

show the Mass., and brother of Boston, are general; Hon. Wm. :N. Sheats, can- --
fall I to people Of
propose Two Performances Daily at 2 arjd 8 p. m. Doors open
didate for A welcome and needful visitor i
spending the winter here. They are state superintendent of
this section a thing or two about i

stock raising./ I have killed so far accompanied by their families and public instruction ; Hon. B. E. Me came Monday good refresbiug rain one hour, earlier.

of are cozily living in the Weatherbee Liu, candidate for commissioner of The oats In this section are looking
this season ninety head hogs, but
by next year that will be be a dropin cottage, which has nor been occupiedfor agriculture; Gen. J. Clifford K. Foster, fairly well, especially since the rain. ---

six till I Mr. Parker of Cotton Plant, was a .
the bucket. My stock is breeding: years now. Mr. Weather candidate for adjutant general.

very rapidly, and for this reason I was bee has fine hammock property here None* of these gentlemen, had op. visitor here last week. SEEDS.If
.
not particular about killing them off and thinks it will: be eventually poriuuity to address the people who Mr J. E. Brooks made a busiues

this season. I am going to show worth more as trucking land tban it were present at this meeting, for the trip to Dunnellon Friday.Mr. you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans goobers,

would have been for an reason that the entire time G. O. Turner and daughter, Miss
was con
visitors to my farm next fall the finest orange grove.; chufas, whipporwill, clay, cane or lady finger peas, beans,

lot of thoroughbred cattle and bogs Miss Annie Edwards is visiting sumed by the senatorial and guberna- !Ethel, attended church at Dunnellon English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties

ever been on a Florida stock farm." MissSallie Townsend. torial candidates.The Sunday. field corn, and all field and garden seed,
Miss Nora Knoblock and I hear we are to have another new
Betides hogs and cattle, Mr. Gaits- Miss Lillie candidates for other state of

kill also has a large number of sheep Smith have returned from a visit to flees held an informal meeting at the preacher next Sunday. It is not very Call on or write, .(f

Willisson. hotel in the evening and decided often a town can have two new
and He is abundance to
goats.: raising an >
of grain, and will have ampleto X. J. Townsend has been retained as arrange for a series I of meetings for preachers in one year but Gait erville The Ocala'Seed. StoreSole

keep up bis slock. He also has a manager of the Veillard store which all candidates for state offices, except can.The .

fine pasurage, and altogether the farmat was sold to J. M. Meffert not long those for governor. Accordingly the dredge boat has reached this Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick

since. following itinerary part of the river and is doing goo r
Dungarveu promises great things was arranged and .
, Gainesville Sun. Meat, flour and calico are away up is announced for speaking by these work in opening up the channel. We ,

4 and the farmers are hustling to make candidates. All candidates for the understand it will only be a short To Let
A Very Pleasant Marriage. Up .
enough to pay the advanced prices for offices named above and for all state time before there will we regular
The of Miss Jessie Helen
marriage the necessities of life. Wages: have offices other than that of governorare boats on Withlacoocbee river plying _.. Means a LossIn
McDavid to Mr. Frank Dorseyat the
advanced considerably during the invited to be present at these between Dunnellon and Istachatta. -
home of the bride's parents at nine
.
past few weeks. places on the dates named and ad the advertising campaign there

o'clock Wednesday was a very pretty The largest crop of beans ever dress the people. I In the Weekly Banner of Feb. 19.1 should be no truce. While the merchant
wedding.Rev. ives and remains in business there comesno
planted in this section will be bar Ocala, Saturday forenoon March there appeared an article whcih a
.W.Moore.pastor of the Meth time when he can safely lay; down his
vested in a few weeks if nothing 19 904. certain party in Gaiterville seems to
,
If he for
__ arms. ceases advertising a single
_
odistchurch
very impressively per happens to hurt them. The cropsare take offence and its Uncle Joe of I,:1:1:: day he gives his competitors an advantage ,

formed the marriage ceremony following being watched and cared for in a COTTON PLANT. course to blame. I would like to say if he stops for a month he has started on

the beautiful' ritual of the i in D the roal which leads to discomfiture andoblivion. D!
most careful manner. reply that the case in question did
Methodist church. is all \I
John B. Floyd's platform
not refer to them in the least and I

After the ceremony a marriage sup Otterbein Male Quartette.The light, strong and broad enough to also offer an apology to them for not ,I O time To destroys stop advertising the culmative even effect for a it short has I1

per was enjoyed.The Ottt'lbeinlale Quartette appeared hold evtry voter in Marion county. making mention of their misfortune already produced and puts an end to all the W

bride is a native of our city at the Armory Tuesday night But to avoid censure and criticsm as well. Failures and accidents,you advantages gained by continuity. If you

and possesses a most sweet and ami- under the direction of the Lyceum. I when Mr. Floyd returns from Talla. withdraw your ads from the papers you may
know .
are always present.Many J\Q -
be assured that competitors will not taI
able This your
disposition, a pretty figure and company came to Ocala
there
very hassee (for he will certainty go ) thanks to Miss Violet for her make the same mistake.

most charming and engaging man- highly!: recommended and are all let every man remember that he promised invitation. b I::1 "Out of sight, out of mind," is a time ,

ners. artists. They have been singing at cannot enact every measure into law UXCLE UOE. I honored proverb which applies with peculiar

The groom has a position with the the Gainesville Chautauqua duringthe by himself but will have opposition force to a merchant's advertisement. Who

Express is attentive past week and Additional inspectors. remembers the advertisements of last year.
Company, to busi- everybody there more or less to most if not all his
Keep name before the public in the
your
ness and is destined to mate a credi was delighted with them. I Since writing our report of the
propositions. :Now how do the other columns of the Ocala Banner if you would
table name in the business world. The quartette is composed of Mr. legislative candidates stand? meeting the democratic executive not be forgotton.

t Itinerary of County Candidates. W. J. Delaney tenor; Mr. Mr. J. E. Howell is in New York committee Secretary Graham has

..- Anthony and Sparr, at Anthony Thomas Trevor, tenor; Mr. Charles on business. made the following additional inspectors -
Try THE BANNER For Results.
afternoon ::30 April 15. Muddock. barytone and Mr. Harry Mrs. W. E. Veal is visiting her fris- :
Engle bass. Each member Camp Izird-V. A. Ross, J. A. a
Ft.. is a fine .
McCoy, Orange Springs and ter, Mrs. L. C. Bell of Archer. I

Eureka, at Ft. McCoy, afternoon 2.30 soloist and their singing, both solo Two ladies went out calling one day I Thomas and W. L. Jordan. Jj

April 19.Citea and quartette work Tuesday night I I Shady Grove-J. M. Douglass, J. H.
this week and on their return homo

afternoon 2:30 April 20. was delightful.Miss found that a hen had made the seven j.- u->unts. SEA BOA R-Dj
Anna Hambleton the Moss Bluff-J. C. Pillans, W. N.
Flemington, Fairfield and Keddick reader
mile ronnd trip with them and during I
who is with the Otterbein Jackson, Wm. E. Martin.Grahamville .
At Fairfield afternoon Company
2:30 April 22. the excurson had laid an egg.
gave several selections which -L. M. Graham J. B. Air Line Hallway- i
McIntosh, April 23. were Mr. A. W. Woodward returned

Martel, Blitcbton and Cotton listened tb with pleasure.The from Archer last Saturday whither Griggs and T. W. Randall.. SAVAXXAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHFU.V |'1 tf Eft 1RICHMOND !

Plant at Carter's Pond a. m. April entire program of this excellent he went several weeks ago to workon Anthony-J. R. Wilder, C. C. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PIIILADEL :

company gave genuine Priest; sr., and W. H. Hamilton.
26. pleasure to all 1
a phosphate plant and reports P1IIA, NEW YORK

Romeo and Dunnellon, at Dunn- who beard them. costly rock in abundance.Mrs. Belleview corrected-J. L. Whiso Three Elegant Trains Daily
naut. J. N.Shedd, J. D. Pope.
I- ellon, evening April 27. Folds Hooey and Tar. .Martin Clark received tbe sad

Summerfield,. Pedro Belleview, Cures coughs and colds. intelligence a few days ago of the Two Floridians Sail for the Holy City.: Seaboard florida Limited.

Candler and Lake Weir at Summer Cures Bronchitis and asthma. death of her father in North Carolina.He New York March 8.-Among the

I field afternoon 2:30 April 29.Moss I Cures Cures croup hoarseness and vrhoopingcough.and bronchial was a consistent member of the passengers who sailed today for SEABOARD EXPRESS. SEIBO1RD( { MAIL. j

Bluff and Linadale, at Moss troubles. Methodist church and had lived the Jerusalem to attend the World's ,

Bluff, afternoon 2 p. m., May 3. Cures pneumonia and lagrippe. time allotted to man. Sympathy is Sunday School Convention next Modern Pullman Equipment.

Grahamville and Salt Springs, at Postoffice Drug Store. extended. t *
m month, were A. E. Venton, of St.
Graham viUe afternoon 2 p. m.,May 5. j I THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED Las vestibuled train, composed *
Fla. and Dr. E. Van
Mrs. G. A. Carmichael Augustine, exclusively of Pullman Equipment
Dining
Ocala and Shady Giove returned Hearst's New Secretary. ; Compartment, Drawi&r
Kendrick, ,
Hood of Ocala Fla. room Sleepers and Observation Cars
l<'ridayafternoon operated solid fcjL Augwtio ao4
It at Ocala evening May 6. from a 'visit to her The Wm. Randolph Hearst club Jacksonville to New York via Washington, leaving St. AUCUUDll:10 p.m.

granddaughter Mrs. B. J. Culver has been organized in Jacksonville.Guy We use only pure drugs in comJlOunding and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily.
It. The prettiest and most up.to-date Only ane .
rating
Daily Through Sleepers from Jacktontille
house
at Montgomery, Ala. Mrs. | prescriptions, and we don't
Metcalf
1. of
line of box paper for ladies' corree- Dade county, was to New 0 leans.

pondence can be bad at Tydings &; CulverhouEe accompanied her home elected secretary of the organization.That use the drugs that are "almost the For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Age&tJOHN

r Company's and the prices are reasonable and will remain in Ocala several kills Hearst in same thing" as the physician pre :I
J'; this neck of the scribes. Oar rale is never to substi A. O. MacDONELL, A. G. P.Agt Jacksonville F1a. .

too. weeks. t woods.-Miami Metropolis. tute. Tydinga &; Co. DOZIER, Agent. W.W. CONDON, City Ticket Agea .
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ONE OF OCALA'S VISITORS.
The Unwritten Law of Democracy i I' A Monument to Gordon. And Mr. Jennings Too

""; To tile Editor of the Ocala Banner: Savannah, Ga F-h. 29.-(Special.) i I Tallahassee, March 3, 19O-J. John Temple Graves has set an

We have with us a very estimable Col. J. H. Estill >*.,* not very muchsurprised '' To the Edi "r of the Ocala Banner. example of self abnegation which is pijeumatism

that Hou John Temple I j The commanders of Camps of Confederate respectfully referred to John N. C. M
aDd worthy young man, worthy of '
: Graves, of Atlnnu, did not consent Veteran, presidents of Chapters Stockton. Mr. Graves was urged to a 9.
: much commendation; generous, .
, to become, a candidate against Governor of the Daughters of the Confederacy be a candidate for the governorship
noble of heart, kindly of : Most people have an idea that rheum tUm is contracted like a cold that the

and modest purpose, Terrell this year. He expectedthat commanders Camps of Sons of Georgia but declined to run against damp, chilly air penetrates the munches and joints and causes the terrible ache.
retireing In his sphere, like skin disease to be rubbed with liar
and pains, or that it is something a away
of Cout..tt'rate"e clerks of
after the investigation Mr. rans, Governor Terrell ss there is an unwritten -
but Rhuematism in the blood and is
ever watching to do good iu his ment or drawn out with plasters; originates
Graves would couie to the conclusionhe circuit Courts, mayors of cities and law iu Georgia which calls caused by Urea, or Uric Acid, an irritating, corroding poison that settles in modes
quiet, unassuming manner. Ever joints and nerves, producing inflammation and soreness and the sharp,cutting
did. towns, and editors of the newspapersof for therenomiuation of a chief executive .
ready to protect ana care for the pains peculiar to this distressing disease. Bowllns 0r..n,J[,.
He states that he U-liwes in the Florida. or member of congrsi who has Exposure to bad weather or sudden was attaekedby
widow and fatherless Aboat a e' ago aenschilling
lifting virtue
;
of the will hasten
body al1
unwritten You are hereby, in pursuance of atrh.um.U.m in my shoulders, arms nda
rulof the Ueonia democracy served the state to the satisfaction of
of Rheumatism after the blood and
above temptations; vigil ,nt to beat tack rep below the kne. loouldnotrtiMmy
- # hit when a goteruor ban served authority vested in me by John B. the people. Mr. Graves saw the system are in the right condition for it arm to oomb K'hair.0 months Doctors without preeortb.to *.

{ back the serpenU! that beset the path of Gordon Monument Association of develop, but have nothing to do with forany t. Is .8. .&d trtJi d
woman going to oue term, and given i satisfaction, point and gracefully withdrew iu the real true causes of Rheumatism, and decided to try it. Immediately I oom-

; expense aud he bhould not he opjio-it-d by a demo Atlanta., Georgia, appointed, authorized deference to this time-houored deuiounitic which are internal and not external. minced tomotherthaUwalcladIhadaUuUoundtnunena its use 1 fslt better, and remarked

trouble to aid tbe fallen to a better crat for and requested to aid in the workof L. plasters and rubbing ,omerUet i continued iu ute and un
relectloU.. tradition. Will ;tr. Stockton
nobler life Will sometimes reduce the Infl&mmaentirely well. I will always feel deeply
and ; seeking togUe comfort "Upon my visits to Atlanta within raising funds in Florida for the: do li l'wie- Augustine Record Lion and swelling and ease the pain for interested in the suob.ss of 8- 8- 8-slab.
"did mach rood.
j to the tried aud stormtoased man I a time, but fail to relieve permanently V?
erection of the John B. Gordon Mon 81113th Bt' MBB' ALICE 130RTOIf.the .
"
the past lew mouths,, said: Colonel because they do not reach the seat of

. :-, wrecked upon the sea of life: Estill, "I have been called upon by a ument., with full power to solicit and The Irony of Fate. trouble. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism because it attacks it in the blood, and
always reticent about his brave feats the Uric Acid poison is neutralized, the sluggish elr-
number of receive funds for this purpose and Just a huulred years ago: Napoleon
gentlemen who wished culation stimulated and quickened, and soon the system

> beinx made known, saying its H me to make ihe race for gO'tfUorthis remit the game to Hou. W. V. Knott, Bonaparte became Emperor of is purified and cleansed, the aching muscles and
; nothing but his duty joints are relieved of all irritating matter and a lasting
; refraining
and treasurer of the Florida France, and the march ou Moscowwas
secretary
year, aud I refused to consider cure of this most painful dioeise effected.S. .
j from any applause; not letting his such a course. executive committee, Tallahassee, foreshadowed. This year Louis S. S. is a harmless vegetable remedy, unequalled

1 right hand know what hU left hand Nspoleonexiled Prince the second as a blood purifier and an invigorating, pleasant tonic. Book on Rheumatism will
'Upoii the uCl'I1!!>iou of my list visit Florida. be mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, Cpl.s"'Se..l ,
It is his
,i does. greatest pleasure to in that city several l gentlemen brought ") our acceptance and etlorts iu this empire will lead into Manchuria the .
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geek out some suffering woman aud up the matter agHin. They appearedto behalf will be highly appreciated by cavalry of the Czar. This is one way

child, and place them above hunger in which her
history
think tbe Association. plays: grim
,i cold wh'Krvtr ran this year, evenit 1 Sa .5e.5d5!i &C5NSe sL5P55 e 5e 5wrv bc5esi +_ .
and supplying their
wants defeated, Mould be uomiuated two I have the honor to remain, joke-New York Herald a

without stint or praise from bit o..npurre J
J years heuce. It was pointed out tome Yours very truly, What Will He do With the Pony WE EAT MEATs
and does not like any mentionof
that my friends iu all sectiousof W. S. JENNINGS, Governor. !Mr. J. E. Alexander will go to Citra i ifaJ
be does. ---- -- ---
anything ; To grow strong. Unless we get
the state would come to my supportthis Erom Saturday's Daily. next week to get his mother and ,.,,.-: .;, : .
In 1873 he: bought two hundred From Balmy Spring to Wintry Blasts. ri ;f 500 i meat we may as well let raiG I
year and that there way an excellent sisters and their household goods i ,;,.. '
acres of rich land in Rusk county, No. We made a mistake and takeit .. ;:- ;" 4 it alone. There is no strength I
chance t"I"l"cure the unmiuatiou.. ) '
moved here. He will bring a pony 151 ,: .
:; Texas, for Clue buudred dollars, paging '- all Lack. The weather man did not f ....... __,'; ) in tough m*>at-instead of giv-
"Tuat I be ,
may lie bll. but cauuot also.-Fernandina Star. >::,: ) ;

; for it in hard labor within oue induced to to back upon the accepted. slip JL c 'g. The cold wave predicted ?.:..':,".'Y', "!.' j -, i' ng, it takes strength.to digest j ji
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t year and within eighteen mouths democratic theory that a governor arrived only a few hours late. (It We Would All Do It. IS Ii ::!...>f l j, ;':;'. '!Jj % : it. It pays to be careful in I

f Lad it in good running order. Today should have a. second term as an indorelilent came .via the lit.'abo1irdAnd Coast If we bad our life to live over 1yJr.. ...::...jf. .. '''" buying meat-he sure to get :

r a i it produces tine short staple cotton, of his first if he wishes liue') again, we believe we'd be a retired "'.. ',,1/4,:'>.:'';, ",... '.-:-!-:. 'I the best-tender and choice.

.i also corn; then be bas oue fine dou From spring so warm and balmy as army officer and draw three fourths S.G,':i f mJ1 '3 Pay a little more if need be and lat

ble home and live tenant houses all. its"A to aloiost summer, fires, overcoats, full pay doing nothing but enjoy life. p- r'".=;*: rifjMJtA( ,1-7. put something in your stomach

I nicely painted (as he is a painter Great Big Kick.To ulster. fri-al.-kius and blankets he- '
by -Atlanta Journal. ,, f t t.. .J .;;;.'';' ._' which will put flesh on your
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1.//..'. 11.-.. ',,, _:
profession.) Each tenant has hill the Editor of the Ocala Banner. came not only enjoyable but absolute << ,ys .V'4wii. r P ones and strong blood in your

'] respective family, then he has it fully Enter this kick and a good sized necessities.i :' ''eJi4'l./ eart.

cuss in the name of people who are It WillPay
with all dcte tools
equipped up-to- : ; Tbeeathtr, as an indicator,

six heavy mule teams, four heavy entitled to have their nighl'a! rest. It is a peach. EDWARDSBROS.

-1 work horses: 100 Texau jiouies.everyonef is the haibarous practice and steady For today he predicts! colder You g Stall 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala Fla.POTATOES. m

f on the farm has one he claim &s his!: custom of railway engineers in Ocala weather but Uir. That's tetter. iZI ,
1 LFt JL tJr'v JG191-I'LJ L..7r'hJ' t ef i nrtJ nnf 7 aGy iy y Cls' vL
own j IOU hogs, over 500 Buff Cochen to make night hideous with blowing \VecausUuditliltle cold but can You have any Real Estateto

the whistles to their engines. They I IF sell
Llu The ,
fowls, some weighing 15 pounds a hot stand ttr. politicianshave -

_, piece then he will not |hermit the begin about half post three a. In. and put us dead against it. OR

!' ) gale of any stock sold otf the farm keep it up until breakfast time. The Today is to be fair and tomorrow,

j but oue can kill at any time as much wildest and must piercing, ; screechesare we hop, will not ouly be fair but IF You're thinking of coming SEED

started up and couliuurd 1'fjoud to Florida for a home,
a* he may need for his own use. He balmy. _
all right aid They can be
reabou.:
f uiaies a pet of every one of the chilI So Sweet and Pleasing in Taste. OR We hats a full block ufSpaulding's
heard for miles and when they com
dreu or block on tbe farm. He would Mrs C. Peterson, 625, Lake! St.,
in Rose No.
desire 4.
f becomes It You to invest any Improved
weueesleep impossible.
i,J not sell his farm today fur ten thout Topeka Kau., speaking of Bollard's IF! kind of Florida property, Maine Early Rose.
understand that there i is
is to no .
plain Horehounu Syrup, says: "It has
!: Baud dollars. He has a gold super- Bliss
neccessity for it. There is oue whistle never failed to give entire satisfaction TO SEE Triumph.
(q '*-Jnlendeut ou it, and it produces so
that seems to be used as a and of all cough remedies, it is my well other varieties lowest
H well. Then he owns three tine piecesof especially : OR WRITE As as at market prices. Write for
favorite and I confess
must to
plaything. Its sound is uueaithly my quotations, stating number of bags wanted.
: property in tit.: Joe, Mich., aud friends that it will do, and has done IDEAL POTATO MANURE, $30.00 per ton will make them

'" provides for widomed mother with and it is used the most.: what is claimed for it, to speedilycure grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil,
Now the authorities of the town cold and it is sweet J. H.LIIIHGSTOH I I &SOOS
a cough or so
every 'jouifort, and even very extravagant ; Seed:; Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilisers, Digging and
should put a stop to this barbariauisui.: and so pleasing in taste :5c. 50c. and Shipping," sent on request.
: iu some thing, never denying
; |1 bottle at Antimonopoly DrugStore OCALA, FLORIDA
A citizen has the right to a quiet town
'w her any wish. He has ownedproperty and TydiugS & Co. in WILSON & COMPNY
TOOMEFi
at night-aud the police should eu FERTILIZER .
I there for several year He _- :
a force the, rule requiring the peace and A Beautiful Display of Meats. Jan 15 JACK OVVILLK, FLORIDA. Agents.
d visited tbe old country in 1S02-94, BRANCH'S
dignity of the city to be observed by Mr. Robert Kaiser, superintendent
visiting Liverpool, Eug., Parity,
; railroads, machine j hops, corporations of the Florida Meat Packing Company Genuine Rattlesnake -
France: Madrid, tpain'isited in

California in IS;*", and again speun- and all other night prowling had a display Saturday in one JAS.M.GRAHAM, Pmidmt. UEO."'.HYDE, Vice Pre.

varmints.: Go for 'em. Yours, of the wiudowsof the H. R :Masters WATERMELON SEED.
ing the last year there returning from

Ocean Park to Ocala, spent one year ,- ---- DAM. deptriiueut store.of some of the pro Only Pure Strain in the United States The First National
ducts of this plant, and it attracted Bank
in in in Sciatic Rheumatism
visiting the principal places Cures Carefully selected. Kept cure 35 years. No .
unusual attention and very general other variety grown on plantation ol ijoo acres
elate, also has visited every capitol MI'!!. J\. E. Simpson, 590 Craig St., Pure seed impossible where diffe-eut varietiesare OF GAINESVILLE.The
and favorable comment. grown. .
the United States. Knoxville, Teun., writes June 10,
The display consisted of superior i oz., 150; t oz.,is: % Ib, 400: % lb. 65, lIb, $1.15;: Only Chartered Bank in. Alachua County.
been the baths ol
He was a soldier iu the Spanish 1SD9: I have: trying I a lbs,fl-Deti\"ered

Hot .springArk., tor sciatic rheumatism Seal Fraud ham, covered and uncovered Capital. . . . . . . . ... . . 850,000 00
war lb'JS-99: over oue year was: 1st8rSeant Send for Seed Annual. "Manual on Melon
but I get more relief from ; fine Seal Brand shoulders; Culture." toe Remit by registered letter o> Surplus and Undivided x'u.OOO: 00
Co. G. W. S. V. I. under money( order.
of
Ballard'sShow! Liniment than any Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities tqual to any hank In the
beautiful of breakfast
command of Col Hood with GeneralLee other medicine or anything I have specimens : M. I. BRANCH I>tatt'. HoliclS the accounts of Farmers, Merchauts, Corporations,
bacon choice weiner- Etc Interest allowed by specialarrli112emel1t. All business
: sidl'sj
was wounded in the battle of ever tried. Fnclosed find postoffice ; tongues Columbia Co. Berzelia, Ga transacted promptly.

4- :Ban Juan bill at Han Diego, lo"iug u order for ?1. Send me a large bottle wurst, frankfurters and bologna 11.7 H. E. TAYLORCashierWbWAWOmathQIS

by Southern Express.' Sold by Anti- sausages; two varieties head cheese
portion of one finger; then again iu .:.::. ..
DrugStore and 'r 'dilJgs & -
monopoly and a whole dressed pig. LOOKING AHEADPersona
skirmish broke a leg, discharged from
Co. m
It was a beautiful display! and all
service June, 1899, and was made
To The Ladies. who saw it was proud of it.
In the Early Stages of Kld
special police for six: mouths in !San:
Diseases Should Waste >
Diego. Now he is thinking of buying Miss tiipooner, late of East Lake, Gov. Jennings' Letter. nay Tlmo In Making their no

.f some laud here for gardening Marion county, aud now residing in Undaunted by the complete demolition Kidneys RightIf Depresse ?

purposes for raising nuts, fruits and New York, offers her services to her by Senator Ta1iaf rro of the

vegetables for shipping. We welcome friends aud acquaintances as pur- charges made iu the famous open you don't Stop that paIn laome the back, pefrregeu aDleaada to sa" weU ewe, s mo yjeaIaek of.
of these days yon are extremely / feeling JUs not
beaniiful cbl1ingAgent.. Owing to her proximity letter of Governor Jennings, the lat necessarily soma dire female malady;
such a man to our liable to have Brlght'i Disease sr sons

state. He baa won many warm to the large department stores, ter has published another epistle of other form ef kidney trouble. Ton art It's the Liver. ;

; friends iu Ocala. she has every facility for seeing the the same character, and tbe public Just as much la danger If you hare dry- Don' till to
get.dal at your drngglsu( a bottle ofBERDINE
1 Palmetto House, Ocala latest fashions and purchasing in the confidently waitibg to see it sharethe aess of the skin, headaches, restlessness, 1 .
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unusual appetite and great thirst, or if
cheapest markets. Orders will have fate of its predecessor. The governor -
I you notice a .sediment cloudiness the
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A Hustling Newsboy. the promptest attention. Address, is wasting his literary accom urine or other urinary Irregularities.

It goes without fraying that the 3165 j Spoouer,71, Green ave. Brooklyn, plilbmeot8.-Punta. Gorda Herald. For az'a KIDSBT CCBB makes the kidneys and !festl'e qUI kly organs and to teeiir normal fUnctions.Liver.Kidney You'll

brightest boys in the United States X. Y. Refers: to Mrs. A. W. Allen. Tragedy Averted right, and whenever there art any Teel hke 8 new woman after taking the first bottle

are the new LoYi!. Lake Weir, Fla. 344t "Just in the nick of time our little Indications that these organs are la the 50 Cents. ALL DRUGGISTS.McMillan .
least disturbed it should be taken
way
This holds true iu Ocala. boy was saved writes Mrs.V..

Russell took hold of The many friends of Frank A. Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio. promptly and regularly until all symptoms -
When Andrew
of kidney trouble hare disappeared.This -
"Pneumonia l load played sad havoc
and he has them all
in Ocala about six W&lpole- is of the best
the Times-Union preparation compose
with him and a terrible cough had
all told twenty through the stale-will be. interestedto known remedies employed by kidney
he had
months ago set in besides. Doctors treated him,
know that he is expected to returnto specialists, and It cannot help but ours Bros
eight su cribt're. He now has one he grew worse every day. At lengthwe

hundred and twenty live and in their Florida some time this week. Several tried Dr.. King's New Discoveryfor every form of kidney trouble if taken I I
early. Thousands have testified to this
months Mr. Walpole went to consumption, and our darlingwas
speedy delivery and in the courteous ag- fact. In even the most hopeless cases II
saved. He's sound and
manner of his collections, he is winning Demopolis, Ala., where he purchased well." Everybody uow ought to ,know, will always afford relief. Southern Copper Works

who has dealings the Express, of that place which he Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky,
praise from all it's the only sure cure for coughs,
writes: "For I have been grebtly Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
with him. has been publishing since that time. colds and all lung diseases.! Guaranteed yean
bothered with kidney and bladder trouble
and He baa sold his paper and will return by Antimonopoly Drug Store
He is a bright, manly boy f and enlarged prostate gland. I used and General Metal Workers.Old .
and & Co.
this week. HU friends Tydings m
Tamp
sure to make his mark in the world. to ----- everything known to the profession without .

On account of the war in the Far here do ,not know his plans for the Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Haskell came up relief, until I was Induced to nag

East the Times-Union now is specially future, but they probably include his Saturday from Crystal River and FOLXTS KIDDY Cent After taking Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

). valuable it contains the latest and residence here or in the state, at Mrs. Hasktll went down to Lake three bottles I was entirely relieved and through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
as cured. I prescribe h now daily in
least. It is another striking illustra Weir in the afternoon and Mr. my wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
fullest dispatches. practice and heartily recommend Its! use
of the difficulty of people leav Haskell returned to Crystal River. follcwing works -
Give Andrew Russell your name tion to all physicians for such troubles, for I

aud lot him deliver it ,to you at your ing Tampa or Moride to make their From there be will go on his boat to can honestly state I have prescribed It In" FAYETTt YILLE N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

e b. home hOlD '. Mr. Walpole'g friends will ,Tarpon Springs, where Mrs. Haskell hundreds of eases with perfect success.
at
place of businees or your .
week welcome his return.-Tampa Herald. will join him. Postoffire Drug Store J.ACKSJVILLE.. FLA. MOBILE, A' .
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ii. DEMOCRATS IN SESSION. Hit ..t Hi- <'<>'ii'iy "foi: mi tht' U'b METHODIST PLEASUi ES. -_ ::- ". ." ,.- .. .' ,:.._. : ..:' _':"'.. .: _:'_ _" 'n -__,._._-. -- --,--.- -

dad .>f May and Mi- Hilt day <>f June

tot'ativaestlleretuhi'. Tiie lut-iuiK-rs Difference of Opinion O.er Plan to

Committee Registration Appoint Officers Inspectors for the and of tine ex'..-utiv.- ro'inui'tee shall, Allow Dar.cmg and Card Playing. A HARD MON TO BEAT

paid $2 per day and 1U cents mileagefor From the New York Tribune.
Primaries.The .
raid canvass, and that the secretary The chronic dissension in the Methodist .

adjourned meeting of the dem- of the executive committee shallbe church over the "amusement

ecratic executive committee for paid the sum: of $-10 for his ser- paragraphs" of the rules of discipline:

Marion county met at the court house victs. of the church from time to time be-

in Ocala at 11 o'clock Monday.The 7. Be it further resolved, That these comes acute. It seems to have be

following members were present resolutions be published in the newspapers come highly acute at the regular

: E. W. Davis, Ocala; L. S. of the county. monthly meeting of the Methodist I

Light, Reddick; J.1.. Mathews Anthony, Eureka, Orange Springs, ministers of the local conference on t

(proxy), Flemingtoa; J. L. B. Hudgens Citra, .: >Fairfield, Carter's Monday, when one reverened gentleman h

Coton: Plant; W. L Jordan, Pond, Dunnellon, Belleview, Pedro, plainly set forth that it wouldbe

Camp Izird; S.B.Pyles,cshady Grove; Mass Bluff. Grahamville aud Ocala better for the church to "discard" &BR

# John T. Lewis, Moss Bluff; X. A. were named as the places for holding : those who held the opinions of another .

Fort, Grahamville; T. Forbes, public meetings, the dates of which I reverened gentleman, whose

Anthony; F. M. Townsend, Martin; will be made known later. opinion, nevertheless, seemed to be
I
R. O. AlUop, Stanton ; Geo. BUtch, Mr. Davis, of Ocala, moved that those of the majority of the assem

Blitchton D. H. Irvine, McIntosh;; each committeeman name Inspectces blage.It .

G. J. Proctor, Pedro; J. G. Ba&km, for his precinct. The following were was even declared, on the other

Dunnellon; E. Pntchett, Candler; named: hand, that the prohibition against

Walter LuiTuian, fcparr; W. A. Ocala: T. D. Lancaster, T. V. Leav- dancing, card playing and playgoiag

Young, Fairfield; H. V. Long, engood and C. L. Bittinger, L. S. Beck on the part of Methodists had never

(proxy), )artel; W. E. Xix, Kfudriek. W. O. Waid and J. D. Williams. There been lawfully adopted, and was therefore 21
will be two boxes in Ocala. -
merely a pious! opinion of some
Reddick: M. H. Rou. Vf. S. Stewmanand
The following districts were not Methodist gathering, in nowise 114 s
II. P. Billingsly. --v' ;
represented, viz: Romeo, summer: FlemingtonV.. D. Mathews, J. L. binding upon those who disapprovedit. (1 ro fy.rfi .

field, Lake Weir, bait Springs, Ft. Beck and W. R. Dreher. The real state of the case seems

McCoy, Orange Springs!;, Linadale,, Cotton Plant: Xewcomb Barco, J. J. to be that ways of looking at things, g !t'
Miller and J. L. IIudg ns.
Citra, Belleview and Eureka. including .rldly amusements!;,"
Martin: William Knoblock F. :M.
Mr. Davis, of Ocala, moved that Methodists exactly as
Townsend and :Mr. Livingston, Sr. vary among
the report of the campaign coifltuitttt Stanton: Alex. Wynne, R. G. Allsop they'do among other people, !according The njan) who buys hARDWARE of

be considered. The following is the and II. C. Morrison. to the habit and awooiatious of i

report of said committee: Blitchton: E. L. Ferguson, J. II. Wil- those who lake them. Methodist MARION
son and W. B. Rawls.McIntosh HJRDWARECOMpANy t
Whereas, A primary election bas or other person in a country village
: J. K. Christian W. M. Gist
been called by the state executive standard of behavior -
necessarily adopts
and J. B. Burry; W. P. Crome, regis-
committee for May 10, 1904, and a tration officer. different from those which he
Af.ENTS FOR -
second for June', loot, and Pedro: H. R. Shaw. W. II. Proctor would apply if by nativity or long

Whereas, Various offices of Marion and R. J. Perry.Dunnellon residence he were a member what "FAVORITE" STOVES AND RANGES
: W. J. :Mixson, D. G. Watkins -
county are to be filled by election ; Major Low calls a "great cosmopolitan -
and H. J. Keen.
Therefore be it It is the same CHATTANOOGA
community,
Candler: J. X MarshallV.. R. Caldwell PLOWS
1. Resolved, That a white primary and Ed Caldwell. trouble we have with "up the state"

election for Marion county is hereby Sparr: Lee Grantham W. D. Emi- about an excise law which vexes the ELLVVOOD FENCINGA

called to be held on :May 10, 1904( nisor and J. Lovell. Methodist ministers, vexes them
: Fairfield: J. A. Thomas, J. B. De-
under Mime rules and regulations as much more, probably, than it vexes
vose and J. A. Jones, Jr.
provided by the state democratic :Martel: : J. M. Carter, W. L. Seckinger the Methodist! laity, who do about Full Line of Everything Usually Carried in
a
executive committee. That there
and M. P. Frank.Kendrick such things what in the eyes of each

shall be voted for at said primary : C. C. Priest, Sr., E. C. :Me-: layman seems right, without regardto First Class Hardware Store. .

election: One clerk, one sheriff, one< Leod and G. B. Chappell. the "amusement paragraphs."

county judge, one superintendent! 01 f Ou motion the secretary was instructed But, in the ecclesiastical as in the SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.

public instruction, one tax aSSfsorl, appoint inspectors for all! secular, it seems! safe to say that a

one tax collector, one treasurer, one unrepresented preciuots, and he named law which is not respected and which
MARION;CHARDWARE;C
county surveyor, two representatives,, the following: nobody thinks the woree of himself COMPANY.

one county commissioner for eaclcommissioner's Romeo: J. B. McGehee. W. H. Guil' for not respecting must be a source of
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foyle and J. J. Turner. '
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district, three mem weakness and demoralization. l 1 'IH nj : .IIi. :: '. -- ,.- _- .
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Summerfield: J. E. Branch S. X. Dil' ; ''''c -- -- -< l.! : r .._ _'_ .. .
hers of the board of public instruction ----- ..
lard and J. W. Davis. -- --- ---- ------- -- /4Strauss'
one justice of the and on< Sunday Dinner at the Florida House.It .
peace
Lake Weir: J. L. Carney, J. S. Drig-
constable for each precinct, and on gers and T. C. Freeman. was the good fortune of a represent -

member of the state executive com Salt Springs: W. P. Williamson, N !ve of this paper to be present at Given Away

mittee. P. Fry and W. C. McRae.c anniversary dinner given by the proprietors $500 10.- -a--I'r.
Fort :McCoy: J.Y.. Stevens, R. LEarnt Write us or ask a:IAlatustine
of the Florida House Sunday.The
The members of board of public dealer for I I
s and Charles Bayles. fall and Free sample card of{
puticalm
.. of this house
are
instruction and commissioners proprietors I
county Orange Springs: W. G. lleggs, Frank I
.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaiser, who t\s\\\\t
: ball be nominated by their respective Jordan and L. L. Meggs. R\u "Royal Reserve"Four

districts. Llnadale: C. A. McCraney, J. B.. have been residents of Ocala for the THE SJLMTA8Y YV ALL COATftO.Drttror .

2. Be it further resolved, That i ii I Booth and G. II. Drawdy. past twtlve months, having come *disease germs and vermin.|
na Citra: Stewart Ramey, M. A. Riciand KeTtrrob*or stale. Yon can apply J
the of
here irom
hustling city
the event no one candidate receives : -mix with CIIl4 water. Beautiful eCec! --
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R. Wartmann.
no walls aad in white and delICate tints J
majority of the votes cast at sal Atlanta.Mr. NOT a ditease-teeediog. out-of-dalc]
Belleview J. L. Whisenant, W. F. Cal&o-l _
: hot-water fine preparation.
election then a second primary i:I Kaiser is the superintendent of mores beans faacifnl names and! i\\ Full Quarts Delivered $3.50RAUS
Abshier and O. M. Gale. mixed with bt water are stuck on wit I ,
called to be held on June 7,1904, al a Eureka: R. W. Holliday, G. F. Holly; theFloiida :Meat Packing Companyof foe.which rota nooruhiag germs of I
provided by the state democratic executive and G. D. Hogan. this city, and has won a reputationfor deadly'. ipoUtaj diseases*r m.and eloUun rubbing? and and fonaBr scaling --J Twelve Full Quarts Delivered $10.00

committee, and the names o f On motion of Dr. Ba-kin, of Dunn the superb manner in which he turn 1K"O'PCrl labelled AUbMtfaie of paint in G Ib hardware rAtrs, 1

I the l\vo candidates receiving th. ellon, the registration officer was requested has prepared the products of this con- nd"H tats dreg oa Decorating dealers. Leaflet,"and our of artiste tints i ---e- -
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lUlUTiaC,iatHtrSUlLJFor !
ideas free.
highest vote shall be the only randi. to keep his books open three cern which at least is known all over ,.tc kid bl.8kL
Florida. sale by Mclver& Mackay II. B. Masters.FOLOLYTAR. No ui rkn tn indicate content of tat,
dates to be voted for for such office. days each week for four weeks in
r Orders tilled tame! day III received.
3. Be it furthers resolved, That tb e Ocala, for which he was to receive $1 1 While Mr. Kaiser has won a reputation E

registration of voters and other qualifications per day.The as above stated Mrs. Kaiser has
STRAUSS
won even a reputation with Cure Pr"a.t Pneumonia & CO.
greater
as provided by the state ex following jfgiMrttion, officer STR* 5. & roc.u.
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ecutive committee hereby adopte d were named : her permanent and trancient boardersas 'tar I 9 QYt1i -nJi Wholesale and Retail Liquor 1)elller_,

That the registration books:: shall b.e Ocala, Donall Ferguson ; Red. I proprietor of the Florida House, OCA LA, n.oitint.

open at each precinct th s following dick, M. H. Rou; Flemington, Alva R and the anniversary dinner last Sunday -

dates, to wit: March25, April 2,9an<(I Mathews; Cotton Plant, C. R. Veal; illustrated that she i is fairly entitled h a -C __h ___
Camp Izzard, W. L. Jordan; Shad; to the honors she has achieved.
16, preceeding mid primary election
Grove. II. W. Douglass; Moss Bluff, J. Brick LOTI W.
That registration officers shall b C The dinner was certainly a most excellent JOHNSON
P. Lewis; Grahamville, L. M. Graham;
named by supervisor of registratioon 1 Anthony; Frank Cahoon; Martin, E. P. one and showed that she A. I K- H(1WKES, Optician Lime Dealer ,

recommendation of exettive con: Townsend; Stanton Charles Barry; thoroughly understands the culinaryart Established 1870.

mitttemau from each precinct, an I Blitchton Joe Akin; McIntosh W. P so perfectly as to not ouly please Commencing over thirty years agQ iu Hair NEW !AND SECOND([ HAND! tdHINfRY.![
Crome Pedro, W. H. Proctor Dunnel
;
; the taste of the hungry traveling man
that said registration officers be pal d the smallest way, the firm has stead. Cement
Ion, H. K. Keen; Candler, J. M. Mar. and until
but the fastideous iyt rapidly grown, now ---
|1 day for said service. epicure as well. PSOPRIETOR OF- -
per
shall; Sparr, J. W. Luffman; Fairfield HAWKES' SPECTACLES AND Laths
4. Be it further resolved That th,e A. H. Young; :Martel: II. L. Seckin Among other dishes was a whole EYEGLASSES have a national THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.

t ca"ndidateslor the following offices b e ger; Kendrick, Jesse Turnipseed. roasted pig which figured in the display leputation, and are used in every And Locomotives For Sale and Lease
the south.
town and city througnout
assessed as follows; Clerk, ilOO, i j tf The registration officer is to ap in Masters' window the Saturday These famous glasses are used by the Second Hind Rail l,wKt 14 Stid
officers before a description of which has best", class of people in all communities. Shingles.
two. candidates each;sheriff, $121 5 point registration for unrep Three locomotives fur sale or leae.
merchants
They are sold only by
For Stle-
: or $40 for each candidate; euperinteiJent resented districts. already appeared in these columns. of recognized reliability, of whom
: One 16x24 Tolbert Enuine- Oue 14x16 Xacle J
< or public instruction, (30 each i Mr. Walter Luffman, of Hparr, Besides their permanent and Iran- there are now over 11,000 handling Oge llilb New York Safety. ODe looilp &n Att'IU:0110.
these goods and when it Is remembered -
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members of legislature, CIO each t offered the following resolution, and scient guests )Ir. and Mr*. Kaiser hada that there is only oue agent in.. Office and Shops One 75HP Harris Corlia. One 12il6: Erie nf.On12HP .,
Gasolene. One
SOUR ODe :))UP.
aseessor,140, if two candidates, $:::!0 spoke eloquently for its adoption: large number present Sunday, andit can town be, the somewhat wonderful appreciated.demand for them near Pn* J.?() HP high! PfeBtur" return tubUr boiler ftae. *

each; collector, $40,if two candidate I: Resolved That the democratic exec. will long be remembered by all who For sale by S. A. L. FreightDepot. I hand One 2oHP and other Economic machinery.; boiler, and a lot of other site OB s

$.l0 each; treasurer, $50, if two sand l utive committee of Marion, regardinj: participated in the celebration. DK. "'M. AMlEliSOX.Never LAKE CITY :
this as a government for and by tin Peddled. FMHIID1
dates $25 each county judge $:.A:! 1Qt
; Baltimore Pleck.i - - .
people condemn the governor's act 1r ....
each; county surveyor, $10 each ; appointing a county commissioner ti( We are in receipt of a letter from

county commissioners, $2.50 each; fill the unexpired term of F. S. Luclu I Mr. C. H Forrest, secretary of the Jerry Burnett, ,

members of school board, $2.50 each I..; before committee.hearing from the county executive Merchants & Manufacturers Association "REFIECI A MOME(NT.

justice of the peace $1 each; consUl in which he states that the Merchant
Mr. Long spoke also in favor of th glee$1 eacb. wholesale well the Have you decided
as as retail business on the kind o ,
resolution.The .
Should there be any funds on ban'd houses in the burned district Tailoring. f fertilizer you are going to use? It's
seemed to have beer
at the close of the campaign the sam governor i have secured new quarters and that 1 t not, a question of how much but
off than the banal of Sir
worse Johi
'. shall be returned to the candidatE Moore. He didn't have a friend t<('I business has resumed its normal con Ocala, Florida. what kind when the best resul t

t pro rata. raise a voise in hU behalf on thee I dition. That the stocks are fresh and Finest Imported and 1 can be obtained. You can't make a

5. Be it further resolved, That th committee.Mr. Baltimore is again entirely able to Domestic Cloths. .5 S mistake when you use our high grade

executive committee appoint inspect George G. Mathews notifies I supply its former customers.Baltimore's Cutting a SpecialtyFits fertilizers. .
and clerks of the election wh o the committee of the formation of i I t Guaranteed.
ore pluck certainly deserves S Highest cash
: Hearst Club and spoke enthusiast ,,4 price paid for dry bony
Z shall be paid $2 per day. tally in favor of the same, after] encouragement and we hope the efforts -

8. Be it furthers resolved, That th e which the committee adjourned, iub. of her business men will be FOLEYS IIOli YANbTft..Rferc6Ud" 1 : FLORIDA FERTILIZER KFU 6QHHIT.SalMivllle. I

county executive committee sha:U I ject to the call of the president. !I duly rewarded. .... r. ". tuna, 5W. .' ...... G' n 1.. .
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR INCORPORATION TAX ASSESSORS APPOINTMENTSI _


OF NAVAL JAPANESE BOMBARD TROPICAL .
JIDIKGS will be at the following plac a to rtCCIf
returns ot real and personal property all
VOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE.
r .>! the will to his honor agricultural reports ai the law re aires: _
undersigned apply
8A TILE A WAilED PORT DALNY PINE APPLE W. S Bullock judge ot the circuit court tor the PSBRCARY; .
5th judicial circuit of Flonda four weeks after Kendrick Monday I a. m.
the publication of this notice. for the approvaland Martin Monday I p. m
endorsement ot the following proposed Lowell Tuesday a a. m.

charter to-wit: Reddick Tuesday J p. m. _
Japs Believe Decisive Engage. Russians Seized Korean Telegraph McIntosh
On April 8th,19<>4. Wednesday 3.
i Central Thursday 4 a. m.
ment Has Taken Place. Station At Yung. TAR and ARTICLE I. Flemirgton Friday 5 a. m.Failfield .
The name of this corporation shall be "The Friday 5 p. m.
Brothers and Sisters of Chanty" :Number I, of shady Grove Monday S a. D!.

WAR PROBABLE IN BALKANS. 40,000 TROOPS AT PORT ARTHUR. Marion county. Florida. Santos Monday 8 p. m.
ARTICLE II. Belleview Tuesday 9.

-- The! general nature of the business is to be l'edroschool houxJWedoesday] to a. m.

Sultan) .t Turkey Is Reported To Be All Russian Warships in Fighting Trim Oranges 1'Thequality WINE. benevolent chantable work. attending the sick. Candler Summerfield Thursday Wednesday n a. m.10 p. m. _
burying the dead and assisting those In need
Ocklawaha Thursday II
R Buying Many Guns and PreparingFor Again Except the Retvizan-Enough i 'i .i. who are members of this association! and also and East Lake Friday ix a. !Do p.m.
topiotect the young from viscious lives
a Struggle with Bulgaria-Other Provisions at Port Arthur to Last and flivor of the fruit depends upon habits. Linadale Weirsdale(school Friday house 12 p. )m.Saturday ij. u to J.

has cured bad ARTICLE III. Drawdy's Saturday night
News From Far East. One Year. more MembershipMembers may be received Moss Bluff Monday ii a. m.
PotashOranges who are ot gOod character and standing and Electra Monday 15 p.m.
I "Toklo, March 10.-It is believed Tokio March 10.-Japanese battleships cases of Indigestion, are elected by a majority vote at any stated Lynn Tuesday i6a. in.GrahamvjlleTueaidsy.

here that there haa already been a decisive bombarded the forts at Talien- of meeting. 16 p. m.
absorb large quantities ARTICLE IV Connor ednesday 17 a.m.
naval engagement in the vicinity Wan (Port Dalny) on the night of Potash and the orchard should be replenished La Grippa, Stomach The term for which this corporation shall exist Churchill (school house) ThursJiy iS a. at.

of Vladivostok and tidings of it March &, then atacked Port Arthur. by a complete fertilizer rich disorders Coughs and is ninety-nine (99) years.ARTICI.E.V. Eureka Kerr City Friday Thursday 19 a. 18 m.p, m. _

are anxiously awaited. The Japanese in Potash.Soilcuhureisa. Daisy Fnday 19 p. m.
scientific problem. Our books Names and residences ot the subscribers-The Ft. McCoy Saturday 20 a. m.
fleet did not it is said go to Seoul March 10. A party of nine giving lull details will be mailed free to any Colds this winter than names and residences of the Incorporators areas Anthony Monday u

Vladivostock for the purpose ot bombarding Russians seized the Korean telegraph farmer.ho rites for them. | follows. SparrTuesday 23 a. in. _
GERM: IN KALI: WORKSw : William Beauregard,Shady Grove Fla. Greenwood Tuesday 23 p. m.
the town, but to locate and station at Yung-Won today. It Is >. \:orL-S >..*.. tst.'. .r ALL OTHER reme- Ellen; Cunningham, Ocala, Fla. CitrSWeduesdayz4sm.

attack the armored cruisers Gromo- reported that a fight has occurred be- Atlsata, G.-Ui! f* Broad St. I Maria Addison Ocala Shady Grove Fla. Orange Springs Thursday 25 a. m.
dies combined. Jennie Glymp Fla. Ocala all of March
ber> Rosia, Rurik and the cruiser Bo- tween the Koreans and the Russians Zachanah Glmp,Ocala Fla. The law requires an returns to be made by
I the first of April, ALFRED AYCK
ratyr, the Russian fleet stationed at on the Korean side of the Tugen riv ARTICLE VI 1 g Tax Assessor Marion Couaty.
LYNCHING Managing Officers-This corporation shall
that point.It er. AFTER have as managing officers a president, a nee-

is undreetood here that when the president..a secretary, a treasurer and a chap- NOTICE.
lain, who shall be elected by a majority vote at
Japanese fleet arrived there on Sun- Port Arthur March 10.-It is rumored a stated annual meeting and shall hold office

day last It found the Russian squadron here today that a Japanese TORCH IS APPLIEDOhio until disqualified. KTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THIT CXll .

absent. It thlg is true it gave squadron has reappeared off Vladivo .W ARTICLE VIL der and by virtue of a hal decree catered
The names of the officers of the corporationare in the cause of William Young aiaiuft SUpbea
the Japanese squadron advantages in stock. Run as follows. Wilham Beauregard, President; Snraggins, pending the Circuit Court of ta*
the of avoiding a battle close to Mob Determined To Ellen Cunningham. Vice-president; Mans Addison Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and lor
way secretary; Jennie Glymp Treasurer; Marion county in chancery on the tjrd day of
the inshore batteries at the same time Shan Hat I\wan, March 10.Froma Negroes Out Of Town. Zachanah Glymp, Chaplain.; December, A.D. 1903. by thellonorbie W. S.
ARTICLE VIIL Bullock.judge of the above styled court. U.
into to the Russian of The Associated
putting a position prevent correspondent undersigned special master in .
chamcery. a,
Russian ships re-entering the harbor.It Press: All the ships of the DARKTOWN DESTROYED BY FIRE. altered The by-laws or rescinded ot this corporation by a committee shall appointed be made, pointed therein to execute said final decree,

is doubted that the Japanese with Port Arthur squadron are again Infighting -- ,. by a majority of members in regular meeting ,will 0" Ifiwdayt/i/Whday., April {, DJ,..,

drew their entire squadron unless the ; trim except the Retvizan, Militia Ii Now on the Ground and St'e Your DruggM or Write ARTICLE IX. o'clock between p.the m.ot hours said day.of ti in o'clock front of a.the m.and south*

t location of the enemy had been discovered which l ia: bins at the neck of the entrance Indebtedness this-The highest amount of indebt- door of the court house in Ocala. Marion county -
edae-s which at
Peace Is Restored-Another Effort the 'Manufacturer corporation can assume Florida, at public outcry,oScr for isle anil
as it meant surrendering the so the harbor and serves the any time is {130.00 will sell to the highest aDd best bidder for cash

advantage of being in a position between purpose of a strong battery. The gar Will Be Made Tonight to Burn what *av* the mortgaged premises in Mid final decree
The amount in value of the real estate which described as follows, to-wit: The east half ot
of iI 1 the enemy and the enemy'3 rison at Port Arthur is 40,000 strong Remains of the Negro Settlement. this corporation may hold shall be $;00.00. the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter

base. and there are provisions enough for Witness our hands and seals this ith day of of section li.township 15 south of range 11 cast
Springfield. O., March 10.Amongthe February A. D. also northeast quarter of section 14,township 17,
There is a strong possibility that years. Trains on the Manchurian last night'sfire 1904"L.. S. south of range 20 all in Manon county Florida.or ,
buildings destroyed by so much thereof as may be necessary to ut- _
ELLa: COCSIXGHAM: L.SUS
the Japanese found the Russian ships line are running regularly in triple were a number of saloons patronized O MARIA ADDiSON lily said fiaal decree and costs ol suit

in the vicinity of Possiet bay and | sectiuns at 20-minute intervals. JANE GLMPZACHARIAH I.. S CARLOS L. SIS TRUNK.
by negroes and whites. GLDIIP I_ S.! ALLBED & DAVIS, Special Master in Chancery.
gave them battle there. The names There is a notable revulsion of feeling The total number of soldiers in the State of Florida I Solicitors for Complainant. }4

and number of ships In the Japanese here among the foreigners against city is 33; ofticers and 313 men. They Marion County./

have been secret but it Japan, baed on the fear that she is
squadron kept have the down-town district under con- Before me personally came Zachariah Glyrnp, NOTICE ,
probably is sufficiently strong to divide trying to drag the Chinese into the one of subscribers to the foregoing Charter,
trol and comparative quiet reigns. and who is to me well known and known tome IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH*
into two position, the one to war. The situation has not changed here to be the person who signed the same,and NOTICE as executors and executns.
Vladivostock and the other to duly acknowledged before me that he signed respectively oi fhe estate of John V. DUBU,.deceased -
guard since 3 a. ni., when the mob was dispersed Tropical and executed the said Charter, together with ,will onSaturday

cruise in search of the Russian ships.It INCREASE CORN ACREAGE. after about a dozen buildings the other subscribers whose names appear the 3d day Q/ July A.I, / s4.
thereon ani he further
makes oath that
; it is
is reported the newly purchased I had! ei?n bune.1 The militia from intended in good faith to carry out the purposes apply to the county judge of Marion county..
cruisers Nlsshin and Kaisuga are taking Mississippi Planters Determine not to Manufacturing and objects set forth therein. Flonda. at Ocala. Fla. for the purpose of nuking
Dayton. Miaiuisburg and other pointsare ZACHARIAH GLYMP., final settlement their accounts and fur
in the present movement off Buy Corn or Wheat. final discharge.
part maintaining: good order and it is Sworn to and subscribed before me this H. G, DUNN.
Vladivostock. The navy departmentexpects I Jackson, Miss.. March 10-The campaign not thought u.at there will be any day of February. A. D. 1904. W. A. HOCKER.
of advice to the farmers at the [Seal JOHN E. BalLET Executors
to receive dispatches tomorrow Company.
more"ofiKe! since the troops havetaken ) Notary Public for the Mate of Florida ALICE E. LAW.

from General San, where it was beginning of the planting season is possession of the town. umh.it My commission expires November 15, 1904. 12-25 Executrix.

fleet would call after the having its effect.
planned th
operation involving an attack upon From all parts of the state comes Major L5owua, who is of the opinionthat NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. -

the Russian squadron had been con reports that the farmers.are preparingto Sold by All Druggists.
the? r<''7a of terror is over.

eluded. plant a larger corn acreage than The troops are in Immediate command creating a Special Tax School District at O N THE 4rH DAY OF AUGUST 1904.THS

The Japanese are quite confident in ever before and, in spite of the high Anthony.'OTICE undersigned will present her account aid
of Colonel II T. Meade. of Dayton vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge
the ability of their squa iron to signally prices to exist next year Mississippi's communication NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. ll 1\ : IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN and ask tor a final settlement and discharge as
is in constant
who election will be held at Anthony. Marion
administratrix of the esUt of P.
Julia John
defeat the Russian ships and laughingly tillable acreage will not be devoted with Governor Herrlcks of Columbus. county. Flonda. between the hours of S o'clock son,deceased,this 4th day of February. 1904.

say the big Russian cruisers almost exclusively to cotton, which the troops IS HEREBY GIYEu' 'HAT UN- and sundown of FRANCES A. HOWSE.
It is thought that NOTICE by virtue of a' final decree in the TuesdayIpril j/i, A D. iw, i S icm 6m Administratrix.
has often been the case during an era
out of the
stand unusually nigh
which will reiurrs home today as the mob circuit court ot Marion county, Florida, render for the purpose of creating a special tax schvo!
water, make excellent tragets. of prosperity in the cotton market. its although ed February it, 1904. in a certain cause wherein district to be known as the Anthony Special
have fury,
Sober thought has convinced the seems to spent MARGARET J. SPENCER and EDWIN Tax school District the above said district to NOTICE.
the lee district was not entirely SPENCER are complainants and ALBERT include the following described territory:
No News Yet Received.St. planters that they cannot be thoroughly and its DAVENPORT, et. at. defendants, the undersigned The north half of township 14 south range 12
March 9.-5:50 without diversified crops wiped out I last night negro I special master will on east and the vmtb half of sections 31,33, 33. 34. Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section I of

Petersburg. p. prosperous inhabitants driven away. Munday, the 4th day of April,/901, 35 and 36 oi township ij.range,and south haif Chapter 4SS,Laws of r1.rida.
., m.-The Associated Press is informedon I and that fancy prices for cotton will the fire during tha in front of the court house door in (the city ol of section 31,township 13. range 23. and sections
'Ir- The loss from 6. 7 and lb. of township 14 range 23. And to IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT D. ..
the highest authority that up to amount to but little when they are Is estimated from 1000 to $20.- Ocala within the legal hours of sale sell to the elect three trustees of said special Ux school NOTICE purchaser: of Ux certificate Nil.

5 clock this afternoon no word of compelled to buy corn and meat in the night highest bidder for cash the mortgaged premises district and to fix: the rate of miliage to be 2171 dated the 5th day of Apnl. A. D. iSu.sit
0 000. most of the buildings occupied therein described to-wit: The east half of lot levied for said special Ux:school district for the Tax Certificates No. 867. 2868. t87i dated
a naval battle between the Reitzen- north and pay correspondingly fancy : small.It 3. of block 78 old survey city of Ocala. Sold to next ensuing two years. I August 7111,1899. hu filed said'certificate.* in my
being
Ly the negro people very satisfy said decree and costs.W. Qualified electors at said election are all regis- office and made application for Ux deed
stein and Urui squadrons had been prices. was decided later to keep the W. CLYATT. tered and qualified voters of said district, who to issue in accordance with law. Said certi6-:

received. It is evident hat news The cotton acreage will be the largest of the week as 2 2ft Special Master. pay a tax on real and personal property therein. cates embrace the follow lug described property
troops here the rest The following persons have been appointed situated in Marion county.Florid to-wil:
of a sea fight off Vladivostock would planted In years. there have been threats of further inspectors and clerk; D. A. Smith. E. C. Sims West half of southwest quarter ol southwest

cot surprise the authorities. They NOTICE and H.D. Forbes inspectors; and H. G. Lamb quarter of northeast quarter and northwest
r.oting against the negro department. -- clerk. quarter of northwest quarter of southeast qtur
natuarlly decline to say whether Captain WOMAN STOPS PRIZE FIGHT. and it was feared the negroes might A. E. Delouest administrator with will annexed By order of the Board of Public Instruction.- ter rod northwest quarter of southwest quarterof
the Sth day of March 1904. northeast quartet and Mat hall ef aouthwot
Reltzenteln's squadron was out- retaliate if there are further demon- 01 Ed. Dclouest gives notice that on the G. :i. SCOTT. quarter of southwest quarter of northeast quarter -

"1 2 aide Vladivostock when the Japanese Pugilist's Mother Had Warrants them. nlk day of Sfjrfeiiifotr 1901, Attest: Chairman. section 14. and commencing at nonh at
Against the Crowd. strations against he will present his accounts and vouchers to the W. I). CARL Secretary. [lImhst] corner of southeast quarter ot nurtbwcst quarter .
believed
appeared but it is now firmly The Third regiment has pitched'its county jndge for settlement and ask fora section 14. township 17. range 24. thence
hire that It was outside. Spartanburg. S. C4 March 10-Will formed lines of discharge. This 91h day of March 1904 south IJO rods west ta rods south 10 rods welt
tents as well as NOTICE. rods HA red... .mil
Milan and James Hoy were to meetin I A E DELOfEsT. 32 rods, south 1.68 west 12
guards along the levee and around the 3., II em 6m Administrator Etc.NOTIC 51 63 rods, east 4.S8 rods. north 15 rods, es*t
Report of Port Arthur Blockade. a prize fight for a purse of $500 1 38' rods.north IS rods east IK rods. north jJ'.
public buildings. The city and county Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section east 6 75 rods east 13 5-8 rod. to point of beginning -
It is
10. reliably asserted
Toklo March -
at Glendale park and a big crowd was I
all in section tOwnship range u-
ortu'als: : who have had no rest for 8.Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida. 17.
that when the Japanese attempted an hand to witness the go, but Milan's The said land being assented at the Gate ot
two nights retired today leaving the IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT DO- the issuance of such certificates in the name of
NOTICE
to block Port Arthur Feb. mother swore out warrants against the Pa set to. purchaser of Tax Certificate Unknown. J E. Rouse E. D. Coates and
boat destroyer -itnati'! :. in the Lands of tne military.All WE. THE UNDERSIGNED: QUALIFIED JS'0.59. dated the 2nd day of July. A. D. John G. FUa. Unless said certificates shall
24, the Russian torpedo etire outfit and Sheriff White was iGreawn it has ben very quiet voters. who pay a tax ou real or personal 1894 has filed said certificate in mv office and \ be redeemed according: law ux deed will
whole trying to re-enter the barTxm on hand to prosecute if a fight took property. will on the has made application for tax: deed to issue in issue thereon on 'the 6th day of Apnl. 1904.
LJicits are being made today to accordance with law Said certificate embraces Witness official signature ana seal this
my
struck a mine ana SanK. }'jl'l<.Vutu/rijf in ..Ijrifgo/.
place. the following described property situated in I the and day of March.
Of the 13 Russian warships inside Milan's mother took him home anda abC Ue mayor declare the remaining present this petition to the Board of I'ublic In. Marlin county. Florida. to-wit: I 1904I S.T. SISTRCNK
-aloons in the levee district kept by !struction of Marion county Florida asking the Commencing 410 feet north of southeast corner Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
added 3 4
Arthur it is
the harbor of Port dispappointed crowd came back to said board to call an election for the purpose ol of northwest quarter section 15, township
all are disabled except five. -legro: men to be nuisances and close creating a special tax school district to be know Das IS,range 21, thence south S79 leet west 306
town. Milan is an ex-sailor and Hoy another nightfall.Th the Farrheld Special Tax School District and feet north St,..' Jeet. north 70 feet 30'. west to
Finally it is asserted that \Vhoang, enjoys some reputation in the fistic them c.ut before to include the following described territory: point of beginning NOTICE
Kishan fort at Port Arthur, was half ;> cff! icials-g have word throughthe 'All of sections 5, Ii,7,a. 17, is, 19. :20, 29 and 3(I The said land being assessed at the date of
will oftownsbip 13!south range 21 east and section:, the issuance of such certificate in the name
destroyed by the Japanese shells and art.Both had been training for the dkeclUes that another effort! 12, 13.23, 24. 2j and.26 cf township 13 south., of Unknown. -
:Notice ot Application lor Tax Deed Under btc-
avail !Uj .ua-ld tonight to burn the rest of ranee: 20 east. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
that only three batteries are match. U: Gatrell. J. W Smosk. A.I )Iathews'l according to law tax deed will issue thereonthe lion 8.of Chapter 4S88. Laws of Florida.
.. able. v:hat: are caller the "negro dives. y.;. A.Yongue, Si. W. Yoogue. L W I9th day March. A. D. 1<}04. '
a. .." to them it rie Dodd. J. B, DeVose. I). Mathews, L. L.\ Witness my official signature and seal this the TOTICE I? HEREBY GIVEN THAT
U
.J' torch applied
About SOO Chinese and Russian TO ABOLISH STREET TAX. inJ if the Haniey B. s, Jenings, K C. Yongue. E. S.milh. 13 day of February A U ig' i> W. W Clyalt. purchaser of Tax Certificate
have been rushing the repairs :::\\ taLe th! ? little homes: of others ad- A. M. Cook, A. J. Jones. A. G. Yongue S. T. SISTRt' K.I :Nos. 870 872. 874. 1311. 1792 dale
: workmen A. B. Yongue A H. ongue. R. A Yongue. W. 2 Clerk Circnit Court Marion Co., Fla. the isl day of July, A D. 1901. and No. 1046.
on the rarships Passed Council of ;..crat to them.It E. Yongue. A. W. Yongue H.G. Yongue,W.T. 19 dated Aug.7,1899, has filed said certificates ia
Resolution by City I office, nd made application fur Us deed
I i.; stated that threats were made Grey. s>. Yongue.sr... Walter G.Gibson. J. my
Augusta Last Night. A.Thomas, G. M.. Webb. \Vmfred Reynolds J. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRED '; to issue accordance with law Said certificates -
than of the big embrace the following described -
SULTAN PREPARING FOR WAR. today in more one Carter. J. B. .ougue. urahjt] Iroperty
; Augusta, March 10-At the meeting ITORS. ,situated in Marion county Florida to.witCotnmniencing :
out
shops that the work of running
chains north of southwest
council after a spirited to
of the city NOTICE.
Russia Will Be Ready Should Hostilities the "negro dives" will go on till all ADMINISTRATORS' corner section 3:(, township 14.range 21 li* *e
fight a resolution was passed, callingon TO north 5 chains.east 12 chains north 5 ckalor.
CRED-
HEREBY: GIVES'
the Is
Break Out in Balkans. nave been closed notwithstanding NOTICE east 8 chains so.ith to chains, west *chains,to
$ St. Pett"rsburg.Iarch 10.-Careful the legislative representatives of presence of so many companies: of militia. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL claims legatees or demands, distributees against and the all estate personshaving of point of beginning. 14 acres, and west thie-
Ri< njond county to secure the repealof I izth. 1904. present to Hon fourths of southwest quarter of northeastquarter
Inquiry concerning the outlook in the Robert Bullock,county judge in and for Marion Jonn F. Edwards. deceased to present the except 110yards north ard south by

I Balkans develops the opinion in government the law providing for a street tax The military a:; well as the city and county. Florida my accounts and vouchers of the estate for this hame the within 3rd day two of\earsoi February they, 1904.will be barred :220 yards east and west in northwest corner
administrator south aid
final settlement as 22 east
each voter. The section 33.township 14 range
as well as in diplomatic circles of ?1 pr capita on county officials! at noon were anticipating !-. ol E. M. Henderson deceased and will ask for DOLLY C.Administratrix EDWARDS. east half of east half ol northwest quarter of

i is against an outbreak of war resolution was introduced by W. M. further trouble tonight a final discharge as such administrator. Dated 2 5 6t southwest quarter, and northeast quarter of
this March II, of southwest and
four. 1904. -- ---- -- --- --- southwest quarter quarter.
la the spring although the danger is Dunhar, and passed ten to W. T. HENDERSON.: Admr. south half of northwest quarter ol

considered passed.A This action will become one of the :Charged: with Sending Poisoned Candy 311 6m tMateof 101..Henderson, Deceased. NOTICE OF ELECTION southwest quarter of southwest quarter
not of section 33, township 14. range ll.
perfect understanding exists between issues in the event of the anti-Eve Through the Mails. 25 acres, ami lots 14. 15. sub ol oortv
I that is believedto I west quarter of uoutbeaot quarter of section ..
campaign Iowa. March 10. 15. Shur- NOTICEOf
Boone. -
legislative
> Russia and Austria and besides For creating a Special Tax School District tc township 13.range 22. 10 acres. and northwest

the Russian authorities appear to be be impending. Judge Eve champions man D>ea. accused of sending the include Reddick and Lowell. quarter of northeast quarter ol section 33 tow.

completely satisfied regarding the attitude i this repeal of the street tax. box of poi-uaed candy through the Application for Tax Deed Cnder bcciiun 8 NOTICE: : HEREBY be held GIVEN at Reddick.THAT Marion AN I one ship-third 14. range interest 22 east in lost losc-ei.4 sub of and C undivided ft. brown

; of Bulgaria. What asurancesthe mails to Miss Rena Nelson, of Pierre, of Chapter 4 S8.Laws of Florida. county, Florida,between' the hours of 8 o'clock place Tne in said Hljuelos land being Grant assessed 35 33 acres.at the date of

authorities have concerning Bulgaria Claimed Every Formality Will Be Effected S. D was released! from custody to- NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT C. a. m. and sundown ot the issuance such certificate ia the >.... of
purchase of tas certificate TuMlay, Jprfl jrt, .1. D. lyn, N. Choate.W.A.Thompson and Cokoowm,
J.
not known but they do not by April 25. day. Judge Whitaker framing his de- dated the tk day of Apnl. A.D.
are No. 1075. $ for the purpose of creating a special Ux: school Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according '
tally with direct information from Paris. March 10.-Owing to the reports c.sion; in the habeas corpus proceedIngs I iSoi, and certificate 1502 of in October office 3rd. (898 and district to be known as the Reddick and"Lowell to law. us: deed will issue tbcram
has filed said certiucates my Tax School District the above proposed on the 29th day ol March.: A.D. 1904.
Special
ether sources representing; Bulgaria of a hitch in the Panama canal in accordance with the decision has made application lor tax deed to issue! in district to include the following described territory I Witness my official signature and seal this the
rf Governor Cummins in the requisition accordance with law. said certificates embracethe 24th day of February A. D.1904
mobilizing with having her plans Ambassador Porter Invited situated in : '
as negotiations, following described property All township 13 south, range 21 east except S. SISTRUNK.
invasion of Turkey, call at the matter. Marion county Flonda to-wii: and -26 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
perfected for an President Bo to embassy of sections 5. 6. 7. 17. iS. 19. 20. 29 30. 'I 2
S :.lrs. Dye will not be molested as :Northwest quarter of northeast quarter And to elect three trustees and to fix: the rate -
anil as being; confident that she can I, where they held a lengthy con southeast quarter, section township 15 range of miliage to assessed and collected for the

defeat the Turks single-handed. ference today.M. I long as she remains outside of South 21. and in southeast corner of northwest 158acresofG..A. next two ensuing years. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.ATOTICE .
Grant,township 15.range
rerpaU. at said election are all registered I
electors
Evidently the porte also is alarmedat Bo maintained that there Is not Dai: :tota, although .the death of Miss Qualified and qualified voters of said district who !

: American (a Kelson makes the charge that of mur 21.The said lands being asle"sed at the date of a Ux on real and personal property therein
the outlook as an representative the'slightest obstacle to the comple- I. the iscu nce 01 such certificates m the name of pay have been appointed ,
CREDlll
The following persons IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
i of an ordnance firm who tion of the transfer of the canal company der. Alex. Clayton and William McCartney according.Un: inspectors and clerk: 'H. P. Billingsley. C. 3i. itors,aod all persons having claims acaia
shall! be redeemed
*.\'ashington.1 arch 10.-Senator less said certificates D. S Dansby. managers : and W. S, deceased to -
Hick. present
in the sale the Cam the estate of MaryE-
broken United States.
:; came here to act as property to the to law. tax deeds will issue thereon on 9th clerk.By will be barrel.
Stewman withm they
two"nor
i of South American warships to Rus- He added that when Messrs. Cromwelland Tillman. of South Carolina is very ill day of Apnl A.official IX 1904 signature and seal this the order of the Board of Public Instruction- This same February 23rd, 1904
with serious throat trouble. His: Witness my this'the 7th day of March, 1904. "'. W. CLYATT.
VIa) has been requested to go to Russell arrhe here the company'sexpert $th day of March A. D. 19114. Attest G. S. SCOTT. | Administrator,
: | 28 8t
much concerned as it Is s.T. SISTRCNKI : a
Constantinople, the sultan desiring to who recently returned to Paris friends are Clerk Cinuitc'.ourt. Marion Co Via W D CABS. Chairman I
,, for him to swalow and z ] Secretary. [tlMhjt]
Itt Impossible ,
of with t I
familiar
purchase a large supply guns. from Panama and Is --
Russia is little liquid nourishment is all he cai -- \ NOTICE'.0 STOCKHOLDERS.
Is a mistake to imagine that all the company's property there will

I f! so engrossed with affairs in the Far be assigned to join them, go over the take. Study at t Home Sgra ; NOTICE

I r East as to be unable to give attention Inventories fully and execute the details New York Coton Market. Notice is hereby given that the annual meet

i to the Balkans. 'She has carefully of the transfer.M. .* um. with the Tablet H.lean KB Study Bookkeeping Lessons.Ai.1uuetico101lebra. March midda.
New York 10.rt bowcore'piuy" r to
e
will be held ia the city of Ocala cat
I from the .Ocon> ftnmmar,Rhetonc,Ljienxure. History book of shall close on April rtr7. tax 1903.
It t refrained! from removing troops Bo particularly emphasized the cotton market was firm at a top 1'!>,.Jcs...........". Thersai x*mw>tio is. S.... ,.:, Saturday the I2th day of March 1904.K.L.ANDSXSOX.
fro!)- CiicaUnfce Ade si.L LHIlts.HaltlU.ru. Please govern yourselves accordingly.
t Roumanian the transfer before .1saCno.
the
t't vicinity of need for concluding
point of the day, or a net of 23 to 46 Respectfully, ,

t: 'r and will be prepared if necessary April 25, saying that every formality points higher. Spot Quiet, Medicated Salt Brick forntork.OcaUSeedBtore'Sol.j .F4 1.CALm.' j. A. CMPBELL. miuSat.

In the event of and otherwise, would be;! Secretary, I II Jt
fi '-sunae :ivare:; legal f : Tax Collector I
; ,Agent:'...
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VLADIVOSTOCK IN GOOD SPIRITS.
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Seoul. March 9.-Korean military t1 -cD
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autaoritlee have received telegrams .....
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troops the After latter finally a retreating short drove fight the northward.Yiie the Russians Korean. out, E Is the Road to Wealth---There's Economy in buying

\ In town the Russians attacked -eBallard's
many women and killed severalwoo
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day tese to truth long fleet in yesterday.bombarded the reports Vladivostok that: the Japa-all more bread to the pound than others and I


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One reason for the appearance of the ,
Japanese In northern waters advanced
sere are their probable desire to retain -
possession of the island of Sak- Doctor Bills! 3
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Japan. It is pointed out that the --- .
hole of northern Japan will be threat* ..... -fECONOMY' I
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derived from the island Sakhalien '
fisheries Ii cut off. Nine-tenths of I
the exports go to Japan, in addition to I
which Japanese boats haTe been carrying :
on piratical firing along the .....
toast which has exhausted the fish ---
supply of the Amur estuary. The native 4

hunger tribes and there typhus.are The suffering Russian from gov- :j Cannot be put into practice in a better way than get- .

eminent will
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the river is free from ice. ting highest grade goods. is the
The wife of Admiral Starke, the
former commander of the Russian ....

here feet from at Port Port Arthur Arthur. has She returned ic very kind we offer you in the famous Royal Scarlet

indignant and denies the report that
Feb. 8, all the officers and crews were .....
ashore attending a ball at the time the
Japanese attacked the Russian squad Brand. There's none better in the world.
ron. On the night of the attack ..... ,. J
Feb. 8, all the officers and crews were ....
on board at 5 o'clock in the afternoonand
at 8 o'clock at night the admiral We handle 38 varieties of
Vegetables
held a council of war on board thetashfp
instead of opening a ball in I ,
honor of his wife' birthday. This "
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was followed by a sham Japanese at E Fruit Etc. of this brand
tack in at this 11 o'clock respect that the night Associated confirming among them .

Press account of the attack M cabled
March 5. ..... -....- .
Evergreen Corn, Lemon Cling Peaches Salmon Steak, __

Crowds Promenade Streets. Stringless Beans. Bartlett Pears Mackerel
Vladlvostock. March 9.-Deepite[ the 0- :::

Appearance the harbor yesterday of the Japanese and the bombard-fleet off == Hand Packed Tomatoes, Green Gage Plums, Lobsters, Etc., Etc.ECONOMY .:: ..

Bent of Sunday the inhabitants of ,
Vladivostock are in good spirits.
Crowds promenade the streets as .
usual including many women. A per I IE
fcrmance at the theater is announcedfor
tonight.
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Many suspected Japanese have been ....

t were arrested proven, but to when be Chinamen examined or they Ko- Is the watchword here

reans.Commanders of mt"rchant"essels from the time the Goods are 3E f.

and pilots who have a thorough knowledge -.-.... So4
of the coast and of navigation :
hue been enrolled as ensigns in theo
UY. ordered from the factories until they
Snow has been falling for the last are.

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Port Ice-Breaking Arthur March Specialist 9.-Vice Arrives.Admirel E delivered into the of i
Makaroff! the breaking specialist pantries 3
of the Russian army, arrived at 0-
Dalny yesterday and is expected here 0-
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; tnday. .....4fI
Complete tranquility prevails ail E .
our
throughout this district, and nothing .. patrons,
has been seen of the Japanese.
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SIX STITCHES I IN MAN'S HEART.

Remarkable Operation Negro Man.Performed Upon IE We handle Groceries Exclusively thereby 3E

Philadelphia, March 7-Thomas Emerson
a negro man who was stabbedin
the heart Monday by his sweetheart, "leaks"
* eration.HU has been. the subject of an unusual op economizing on probable by E| f .

heart was lifted out of the body
and eix stitches were taken to close
E
this line exclusive
the big gash made by the negro's giving attention. 3gBMBB
knife. The organ was replaced aid
Emerson la recovering. After the assault "
Emerson walked without assistance ..
to the hospital five blocks, and E
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was under the influence of ether asloon more ,
as the wound had been exam ..... .

4 ined.On the operating table the heart
was exposed, necessitating the breaking THE TEA POT '
of two ribs. The heart was lifted GROCERY.
out being drawn clear out of the
trunk. The cut was a large one,

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