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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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 18, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People.


VOL. AXXVII. NO 36
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1904
HOLLAR A YEAR
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l"'nr"''''n,,,,,,,,,,n, '''''',,,,,, ,,,,'" ,,,,,,, FAVORITE SON j To Build an Opera House The Card Clubs I

The movement for the building of The regular weekly meeting of the
I
I Gerig's Ed. I. Wartmann Stroiif- j an opera house has taken definite Original Whist Club And the )IarriedLadies' SMALL
I to Make the Race for shape and indication Card
Club
== Is good with any every points to Ocala'a two very I
\" JZ adapted for Hard :::: Legislature. its early erection.A popular social organizations were
. t' --- County, Florida. number of gentlemen interested held on Wednesday afternoon, BEGINNINGSOur

-::: March 12, 11O-I iu the undertaking met in the offices Mr. A.H. 1\IanJJln her own cordial

r r- in our extremefriend of the Central National Bank Wednesday and delightful manner, entertainedthe
:
r- :::: ;h.- Hon. FM. L. afternoon to talk the matter overand f first named club. There were

--- a true, loyal, faithful, devise uiraus for procuring the four tables of progressive whist which business was started

-r- I of the dams necessary wherewithal. was played most intere+tiugly until 5 very small but did not re-

r- ( ; recoiluiug: in him Those present were the following : o'clock, when refreshments were -

-_- r..; ,, ".iu"rr, which ofllce H. A. Ford, D. ;;. Woodrow, A. 'E.Deluuest enjoyed. Tne scores were marked by main so-satisfaction of

-r- tilled for the past three H. E. Yuuge, T. f. Muoroe, Miss Lillie Bailey and the prize, two t ,

-- i I "" true friend and L. R. Cluzal, A. L. IzUr, W. H. very handsome candle sticks with f! customers made the change

:-:: :::: I welfare laud best in gowns, T. C. Hall, R. fi. Hall. J. D. yellow candles, was wou by Miss I'

--_ aunty RtllIt-rtMuU, S. T. Mstruuk, W.V.. Gertrude Pereda. Mrs. D. M. Smith !
-== .y ----- -.-- -.-"- he could furtuer and Clyatt, J. W. Sylvester, H. C. Jones, and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer were ,II -
I
and care for the Geo. Mac-Kay D. E. McIver each I
and given
bouquet of lovely nosed ( I Ii I I
| POSTOFFiCE county in the state Frank Harris. console them for I'j
i winniu tbe fc< ., .
Prescriptions r : I Fifty four hundred dollars wdtfsub- number of gameM.! .j,! MUNROE&CNAMDISSBANKERS[ [ I ,
== *It'd iuent of the I ,
'
scribed
..iIUI and a committee, consisting Tboae present, beside the club members H
which he has so i I I of Messrs. L. R. Chazal J. W. 1//
Sylvester were Mrs. Wooleu, of Indianapulia '
li LiI li III I11 jl 1 il ll''J6II ll ' tc the county : and D. S. Woodrow was appointed Mrs.U.R. McKean, Mrs. Frank- ,J'1!f Ocala' Florida I

caucus of tit solicit! further subscriptions, and Harris Miss Edith Platt and Ali-s I .

'S No. 16, do hereby said committee U to report Mondayalteruouu Sit rJi HarrKMrs. ---

enter the race fur the ,, March 2s at 3 o'clock iu the William Andrnou theh.s.s. ratte9tonal.
i was ....-
David representative from i president's office of the CeuiralNational + of the du i. she Had as her (p E.BIGGS, - "
to tie state legislature) -
Hauk..Mr. gue+outside the club
Mr*. Thomas
& primary to be heM! Ford was made ptrrl,teul, )tr. O. Bright of Toronto, 'Irl'1.. B. I (ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.Office.! In G.ry'agnew Block.)

we do hereby 11 dee :I D .S. WiHKlrgtrivurv, uua )Ir. Areu z, of Rochester, Mrs. Berry Hiss, _LA._. | FI.OKIOA.

t support: I Jake Brown trej-mvr ..f the organi- of E*..l Orange and Mis Either J It D. FULLER,_

R. T. Curler, ziliuu. These officers are temporary. W eatberMrs.. Anderson's
guests DENTIST.
If you have any H.M. Over,
Twenty per cent ot the Wutlnt sub- t'JljllJ tit a delightful afternoon. Over Munroe&cbambtiu Rank.Ocala.Fit.JM. .
A. P. Monroe
lease on royalty ,
!, J. P. Mmire. scribed is to be paid iu at once and Tbe prize, a silver belt imckle, was THOMPSON

J. B. Borland, I twenty per ceut iu mouily payments woo t>y bliss Minnie. Ganisby. -:-
PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON.
0--.tr Hall, until the entire amount subscribed is Office over Teapot Grocery Opp Montenma.
M. H. Burleson! Will Return to Ocala. OCALA. .
Office next to Dr. Smith, : I p.id.'l'heestdwntrd FLA.EDWIS
11. IS. :oohurtridge. Mr. William/ M. Ross aDd
family,
costaud furubbiu (sid
I. ; H.*U. L uun, I ( who lave l.eea for some time pastbeing SPENCER
11000.
t A. H. H..Jllaud) I A ATTORNEY
at Hines, will -LAW,
!> returu Oea'
< A. C. \\ bite, A i ig attraction is to bt occureJ for to a OCALA. 7-8-y. FLORIDA,
f USA IIISJLBZTH EA5SIS. Loral U. W. );ibis, the opening night and the tickets are ia M very short while and .vcide here

H. B. Krazee, to ti- placed at $o each, aud it ia hoped permanently. They will occupy their J' J:!. CHASE. _

I'f riAPPENlHGS ABOUT TOWN. ; M. D. Beal, in this novel manner three or four howe on Ocklawaba avenue, now DENTIST,
Marion Conyer. 'cup.ed: by Mr. T. B. i OCALA FLA
thousand Snyder and
H. dollars will b raised.
I B. Fiansot,
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family.Mr.
pr. Jim Dell of Gainesville, W. B. Boyt, Ocala needs and it now looks as if CARLOS L. SISTRATTORNEY.AT.LAW.. 3

I )Veduetalay with friends in Ocala. L. H. Hall, I she will eoou have a modern up-to- Ros is a very prominent phosphate .
J. H. Strickland, operator and the many Ocala Room 4. Masonic
date Building
opera hou:-e. Ocala. Fla. S t II
, ''. of \hcon. Ga. is I. C. Ellis, friends of himself and family will r
)( Ross ,
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V guest of her ueice, Mr=l. W.J. CnLlIIr James William Moody Frauzot, The Nickel Platt Show. be delighted to learn that they are I[ JlcIVER and SACKAI t
to return to Ocala
to live.
b ben.t' W. H. Harris' New Nickel Plate
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\\l Hon. R A. Rurford returned yesterday : Show arrived yesterday and locatedat Colds are Cancerous.

,* from a professional visit .Fla March lI, 1904. Boltou and East Broad streets, How often you hear it remarked ; -.I

f tiunalerville. Hatteras.'s H. M.Oyerw.J. Crosby. where it will remain three days Tne "It's only a cold,"and a few days later I

rs.Citra. Fla. first performance was given last nightto learn that the wan is on his back
t I Ir
Lee Cox of Ocala, after a Your
petition request- a big audience, despite the unpleasant with pneumonia. This if such com

r { visit in this city, left Sunday for Vuldosta I, a candidate for the weather. mon occurrence that a cold, bowwr FUNERALDIEBCTOES.:

Ga Jacksonville. _... Metropolis.Alias I democratic primary I The annual visit of the Harris slight, should not be diregented.Chamberlaia's .
---
-- 10,1904, has been re* Cough Remedy counteracts
l Annie DeLong returned te herLome I Nickel Plate Show to Savannah have .
that I indeed any tendency toward puumonia.
you
at (udlrr Wednesday aftt'rnoon i endorsement come to be looked forward to with It always cures land ia pleis-' -1-

after a short visit to Miss esteem anticipation of pleasure. This enow ant to take. Sold by all druggists and Have M full stock of Coffins CatkeU ;

Berenice Mark. of my own most inti has just title to its claim of being medicine dealer n.FOLEnnONEYANDTAt1. and Burul l Outfits. Special given to

iI't : I and friends, among I the best one ring show on the road. ? 111,1. 3

I t Mr. Henry Gordon, tbtt popularwest for more than a Those who have witnessed previous ...
Marion candidate for sheriff etDI the C'ugh.nd heals lunif' Embalming to Order
performances will be glad to know ,
was in the city yesterday and made me as a great surprise that tbe show has been greatly tm ..

\ the Banner a pleasant 'call. unsolicited on my proved since it was! here last, many

Kicking up loose! brick on some of : prepared answer.at this time added.new and,novel features having been STRAUSS & CO. :

the,aide walks in the business portion
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to remain free from
The Nickel Plate is not large but
make life ,
t of the city continues to one OCALA
pleasant dream to pedes trains. for a season, but an all there is of it is good, and there is a FLORIDA,

... this nature is au in- good deal to be seen. The prices of Wholesale
should not allow oid) Detail Liquor Dealers.STRAUSS'
Mrs. C. E. nand children re admission too, are very reasonable. .

\t' turned Wednesday from a visit to from any duty you Performances will be given this afternoon .

'* Mrs. Abbon's father at Lakeland ands ue to assume. and tonight. Tbe Nickel

s the guests of Mrs. D. M. Smith. take due considera Plate has never failed to draw large

and give you an crowds heretofore and i ill not likely
)(r. William E. Sinclair, who has time. : 11L
that it will do so this time.-Tbe
. been looking after, his interests in I
of my profound Morning News, Savannah, Ga., April
Ocala for several days past, has returned confidence in me, I 5.

to his home at Mobile, Ala.
This show will be in Ocala tomor-

(* Mrs. Abe-Brown, who accompanied i L., WARTMAN.V. row, Friday, the 18th.A I IX L

her friend, Mrs. Alexander Bauer, of Phisieian Writes."I .

Chicago,down the east coast has returned 0 ertim..
,. am desirous of knowing if the
home and Mrs. Bauer has gone are ignored by profession can obtain Herbine in bulk [HEGISTEED]

: OD to her Chicago home.. < -Dr. King's tor prescribing purposes? It has
Millions
are always been of great use to me in treating
Miss Pauline Sullivan, of Ocala, is day, curidg indi cases of dyspepsia brought on by excecses BALTIMORE RYEFIVE
from Americui, Ga., censtinat Ion. sick
expected todaj or overwork. I have never
stomach:
where she has been visiting, to be the liver and known it to fail in restoring the organs
Easy, pleasant, safe YEARS OLD.
guest of Miss Mary De Cottee.Jack.eonvllle affected, to their healthful activity.
at )
Antimonopoly 50c. bottle at Antimonopoly DrugStore
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Metropolis. &
Co.
m
and Tydings and Company m

a Mr. R. L. Andersou owner of the House. -
Another Building for Ocala.
Gary-Agnew block baa had material ,
put on the ground for a fine sidewalk the well known Mr. W. W. Clyatt has bought the

building. It will be : Dale, will appear lot almost directly in front of
In trout or that
in the three act oURDelif7ered; :: $2.90
made of foot-equare block tiling. the Ocala Banner building from Mr.A. .
from "
Jersey, E. Delouest and will immediatelyerect

Mia Pearle Provine, Miss! Annie before the pub i thereon a brick building to be Botttes
Bertha Bitting element = 12 $8
Xeedbam and Miss .I every to used for an abstract office. Detiver'd .50

have gone to Citrouelle, in Citrus : is full of refined The plans have not been drawn andit

county, where they will meet Mr. songs and dances, is nol yet decided whether the

tVol and others and from there will are rich and hand. I building will be one or two 'or ies. .

J.. go to Crystal River ou coasting expedition The location is an excellent one ;;jj;

to various places along the of Candler, and shows that the drift is in the

gulf coast and anticipate a most enjoyable St. Louis, where direction of the proposed government f a

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BELLEYIEW. WEIRSDALE I The trustees of the OfI .I. Ui,,rrie(
I DUNNELLON. SCHOOL B00HD MEETS 1|,I ,

Peculiar I and t be nexretary ..r 'I Le c. uuty ItfMN
[OEFICIAL ] !

The first shipment of any size of Mrs. ti. Knight, of Citronelle, wss On Thursday, March 10, )lr. and ,, made a repon ou HI* i ir"ug.JoJQ of

To The Bo*rd of Public Instruction iu '' tbe ('o/l'J/Iii1Jt against" the
Itself \! grape fruit to leave here since the big in Dunuellou Friday. Mrs. L. T Uawson: entertained a priQ'-1
and for Marion county, Florid, met i-:'of the grammar eft'S'.f'm.nt. @hla
In what it is and what it does-con-I freeze of '95; left last week from Mr. Master, Jim Thigpeu: had the mis- large number of their guests and
I
this the 7lh day of March, 1904, in report and recomoieiHUtixii was .
taining the best j Hilton's grove. fortune to slip from the washer out at friends: at the Lakeside Hotel. tI >
blood-purifying, regular) session: with the following I I and ordered
alterative and tonic substances and i )Ir. and Mrs. H. Wood of Gaits- No. 1 and .injured himself severely.His The brat part of the evening was ceptfd( a copy sent to ih*
members vb: G. rt. Scott, laud
present one to tbeI
complainant
effecting tho most radical and peri i ville, III., peut a couple of days: here many friends wish him a speedy devoted to music Mrs. Eugene Gates, I te.efavt.
chairman, B. R. Butch and J. S. : The trustee again
appear befefe
manent cures of all humors and all i last week. recover}. soprano, Mr. Leonard Sessions:, tenor, I IGralJ I
tlUtlu. I i i ih" board and l asked if the loud tratal.
eruptions, relieving weak tired The members of the base: ball club The fiat sermon! will be preachedin and Mr. Anthony Finzel, baritone, I
r.-a.I'
I Miami 9 of last nifetmjf were i Jot in.ike an appmprUtioa' of !#lf5
languid feelings, and building up : gave an ice cream sale in the Town the new Methodist church Easter were the soloists and received a !
and approved.A for that the P I
repair perl* tlUtrith
the whole system-is true only of Hull Friday evening Although I bunday by Rev. Austin hearty round of applause.

Hood's almost an improuptu affair there wasa I Mrs. Roberts and children returnedto About 9:30 o'clock a slight commotion coiumuuicition was read from (tpMit ou Howard Ar*, *a

Sarsaparilla \ the chiiromi lOud secretary of a meeting that Hi hive urtkiot ,..
of the y minht! n !>,,y
good attendance and about S10 00 Orange ParK Thursday after spend- wits heard in the direction !.
Xo other medicine acts like itjj! of the patrons and tax papers of left HI the trensury to ant tbet.o 4
cleared for the club. kitchen and from thence large
no other medicine has done ing two weekstith her sinter, Mrs. a
so
: Mrs. Bur..tt and her two little borne in the Fairfield school stating that they in ruuuiu "Uhl; month, which ih.yareauiious
much real, substantial good, no I I Sam Bargaiueer. birthday cake was triumph.Mr.

other medicine has restored health oue*, the oldest aged two and a half Mr. and Mrs. T. K. North have Howard Pendletou, an pJteetu.I I had had a meeting a* instructed ty to du as lire j ttruu uf I"

and strength at so little cost. ; the countytrt.tril au i voted not ID I school h-.iI {.l.+iijKl SAO l-warl ogre
year and the youngest three mouth started housekeeping on Illinois ed visitor at the Lakeside: iu a short
"I was troubled with scrofula and eame unite their territory'with Ktddick forllt.
near 1o511Layeyesight For four months old, bad a very narrow escape Saturday avenue. t b'it pretty speech, announced that it

eould not see to do anything. After tahlag; IIoftt"wflon.1rl.. Barrett was Mr. Mills: has improved the looks was the Hon. B. C. Beutley's birth. and Lowell in order to t'"tuhlih a On iiioiiou grant the rUAi it

two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla could seato r union school. Mr. Thomas, a patron II was ]..->l and theapiirf'priaiioii dw treduul
walk and when I taJ taken eight bottles I driving town, when the horse decided of his !tll.ncllJy putting a new front. I day atid that the cake had been madeiu E
I of the Fairfield school appeared ainl
eould lee as well as ever." 51:51&.A. HUBS- he wanted to and would go Miss Martin, of Hawthromr, is his honor. ( grtuiMl.f .

TON. Within N. C. i i prote ie.t against the board accepting f The bujr iijourue4 t.. meet fatalMunday
HooS's Sarsaparilla promises to : home, in the opposite direction, and stopping at the Meson House The honorable gentleman has been
the of the chairmu and secretary
cure and keeps tho promise.AXXOU.CEMETS.. i iI I started to run. Tha occupants of the Mr. Barco, of Crystal River, madea visitor at the hotel for some weeks, report in April.

claiming that the vote at the 11'. D. f.ARX.
.4.,4.........NO..N4Ne. carriage were thrown out, but very business trip to Dunuellon Friday. and by his charming personality has I ilhd. After considering -
.
meeting was :
secretary
: : fortunately all three were t rYin into Mrs. W. B. Gallagher, the populardry endeared himself to guests and residents --- .

..........................1 I sand and so TLe alike He is the mailer the report Wit:' accepted Pneumonia Follows a Cold.
deep escaped. carriage goods drummer of Tampa, stopped a gentleman
FOR SHE ITF.I hereby announce myself a can- : and the secretary: instructed, that But never follow the u*.. or Foley's
wad completely demolished.Mr. over in Dunnellou Monday.Mr. worth knowing.In .
didate for the office of sheriff Marion county. in vertisiug the election, on a pu- Honey and Tar. It .r"JI" the t-<.ugb,
subject to the action ot the democrrtic primary.If D. E. iStrobel is picking some John \Y. Martin, representinga a modest reply Senator Bentley beaN and strengthens the lunge and
nominated and elected I promise to performthe I, tiju from Reddick, FairtMd ant
strawberries and taking them to Savannah!: firm, was in our city thanked the audience in general and affords, perfreicurity from an
duties of said office to the bet of my ability, Lowell, to cut out all territory belonging .
HENRY GORDON. i Ocala. Tuesday.Mr. Mr, and :Mrs. Clawsou m particular.He attack flf putuiiKMii. li fut .ubttitutes. .

to the Fairfield! community.. P. ,.totW Drub Slur
Mr. and Mrs. \V. Lueui of Levon > : m
*, S. V. Duke, of Gainesville, has then invited the whole cQmpa-
FOR llEPllESEXT A TIn!;. i j jT Au election was: called to be held atRddkk ----0
the Democratic Totes (/ Martin county, '- and Mrs. Mattie joins, of shady bought the business of the late \V. H. ny into the dining room which had MOSS BLUFF.
i on the fifth of April 1904 for
,
FZurkla. J j Grove, were the guests of Mrs. J. E. Steven A. X. NEIK. been cleaned for dancing, and this
I hereby announce my sell a candidate for the i purpose of creating a special school
legislature from Marion county, subject to the : Pelot Sunday.Mrs. was kept up{ until a late hour. We are having very i/1tli-4tllJt
democratic primary, and IICIticitthe support of ', More Riots. district to include I'eddick and
\V. R. Bryant returned Thursday Delicious refreshments, includingthe : weatl.er.
my democratic friends Disturbances of strikers are not Lowell.
CARLOS I.SISTRl'XK i from Bartow, where she has been : cake, were served during the Everybody in busy: pl&ntmir.Mr. .
__ ____.- i iFOK nelirlp as grave as an individual dis An election was calltd to be held at
visiting relatives. eveniu{. I Georze: Bluut.: an eitn4returpeuiibe
SHEBJFF-I respectfully announce pry order of thesysten. Overwork, hs
Anthony ou April nth 1904 for the
candidacy for sheriff. If ele,ted I promise to :i Mrs. James McClure left Tuesday of sleep, nervous tension will be fol- The music was well rendered by operator of MI Rt Flu.,
discharge the duties of the office faithfully impartially of creating a "special tax bchocl
purpose
and to the very best of my ability.J. j for Tampa where he will remain a lowed by utter collapse, unless a )Ir Eugene Gates: piano; V.r. Geo. paid HIM Illa?e a visit lt-t week to

L. SMOAK. couple of weeks before starting,for his liable remedy is immediately re.1 l Whipple, violin, and Mr. Arthur district. Mr. Lutiuiau, of :parr, appeared thedelLhtot one of our prvtiy torts.

ed. There's nothing so efficient to I and protested against the
home in !)itt8burg, Pa. Adam, guitar. Come again, George, we gULy w.l-!
BOARD OF PUBLIC
FOR SCPEilXTESDEJIT OF cure disorders of the liver or kidnejsas board calling the Anthony lection so
s ISTIlICTIos-Through the columns of the Migs Hattie Smith, of the Belle- Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful One of the features of the eveningwas I come you. TIT BIT*.

Banner I a&k the support of the citizens of as to allow it to extend as far north as -.- --- --- "
Marion county for the nomination of county view Trading Co., is spending a few tonic and effective nervine and greatest a set of Florida quadrills directed I
the asked for after
Anthony petition
Superintendent of Public Instruction. I wishto (I days at her home in Wil1i*ton.I all around medieinefurrun down and led by Mrs Gto. Whipple, Thousands Have Sidney Trouble

thank them for past favors and if reelectedI It uesf considering the matter: the election and Don't Know
it.
dispels nervou
The Ladies Aid Society, of the M. j stems. who proved an abe! floor II'
shall make every c9ort to improve the schools manager..
rheumatism and neuralgia aud expels was called &o oa to include territory
along all lines Respectfully. E. church, gave a salad supper and The whole euteminmeut was a How To :Find Oat
w. D. CARN. malarial germ Only 50e. and satisfaction asked for in the petition. Fill a bottle: or common glass w.th you
home made sale in the hall
candy guaranteed by Anti-monopoly huge success and everyone spent: a water and let it rand rtniy-o.r: boor; a
A petition before the ixiard
FOR SuERirr-I hereby announce myself a Tuesday evening, which was a great Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m deiightful evening. ANON. aas __ .. ,--. seeder.: c: srr :
candidate for the office of sheriff of Marion asking that au election be called to rt. :: tling tlr41C&es 1T:
of the democratic success: both socially and financially
county subject to the action { :Jn
..; ': lthJ :on:
primary to be held May 10, and it elected will tbe pro seeds being added to the COTTON PLANT. BLITCHTON. j create a special school district at I 1Y\ tton of the k.J

attend to the duties of the office to the best of I Central.: A counter petition was also y r.eys.: if It SU,.-.;
myability. Soliciting the support of the demo- parsonage fund. your Inefit u
crat voters,I am Yours,etc. Mr. J. D. Pope gave a stagdinner to Mrs. Caudacy Turner died at her There was preaching at this place before the board, signed by most of /J"i-1.' "I; evidence cf k i-

k J. FBANC PELOT. a few friends at hU new camp Thurs. home near Dunnellon last Hatunlay Sunday and Sunday night. Sunday! the citizens who signed the former \\'i."N: !, (f! r.1 t1 hey trouble: U*
frequent ceSlf'!! n
FOB TAX ASbESSOB-Believing that I have day in celebration of St. Patrich'a morning and was buried in St. Johns : a. m. by the pastor: J. M. Morris, but petition, asking the board not to call ; 1-._ ........... pass It or par .n

fined the office of Tax Assessor to the satisfaction cemetery Sunday uoon by the side of on account of illness in his family the election, on motion the election ---- the back :? .'so
ot most people and knowing that I am day. JOSH. I convincing proof that the kidneys s-ni i..aier -
now qualified and equipped to do the work as her husband, the late N. L. Turner, Prof. J. X. Overhultz filled the pulpit I was declared not called are out cf order. .

well as any one I respectfully ask the voters of Millionaire's Poor Stomach. who preceded her thirty three years Sunday evening.Mrs. j A comniuniciation addressed to the What to Do.
Marion county for a re-nomination on the loth There is comfort in th; c bc.wleJe! .0
of May. ALFRED AYER The worn out stomach of the overfed ago Rev. G. F. Austin, pastor of St. Ferguson and daughters returned -1 trustees of Ocala special district:! fromI often ezcre ed that Dr. Kunw s S-nar-.p- C

millionaire is often paraded in Johns church, conducting the burial to their home In South Czro | the principal of Howard Academy Root the treat kidney remedy fulfills: ever
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FOR THE LEGISLATURE want to represent public prints as a horrible example of wish :n curing! rhfumatinr., :pin In tee
Marion county in the next legislature and to treat: wealth. But mllionaires are not lIerv e8. Deceased had passed the lina Friday.Mr. i I and referred by the trustees: to the back, kidneys, liver, bidder: and C' ef/ p-:

that end solicit the vote of all democratic citizens i of the urinary pa :..tge. I k c :recs insci
the only ones who are afflicted with seventy ninth mile stone in the journey Tom Price, of Williston, was ; county board, that Erie Feaster and holda.e' 'J
to and
at the coming t : scaldmj pan in pas'. .{
primaries.Join B. FLOYD. bad stomachs. The proportion is far of life when paralysis ended her in our city Sunday accompanied by j Columbus Robinson liad been ex- it, or bid efiicis olioing use o: ,'iuor,

greater among the toilers. Dyspepsiaand dli.ob. Mrs. Turner was an affectionate Mn. A. W. Smith who ia tbe 1 pellet from school for misconduct. wise or\beer, and overcomes that unpleaua.necessity : .
FOB. COLLECTOR announce my candidacyfor I guestof .f te.r.g compelrSd t: (0 eftesd'urir.g

the office! of tax collector for Marion county Indigestion are rampant among mother, a good neighbor-always Mrs. R. A. Sandifer this week. j The trustees recommended that the the iay and to get up many tinei ;

subject to the action of the democratic party at these people, and they suffer far t during the night. The mild aDd the eiiri-
ready with a willing hand to minis Miss Nell Seckinger of Fellowship { principal be sustained, which recommendation -
be held 10. effect cf
the primary to May worse tortures than the millionaire I ordinary S'rvamp.Root is ICon

E. L. CAI.. E\. unless they avail themselves of a ter to the poor. She leaves six children has enrolled her name as a pupil of :t was accepted by the: board realized.!: It stands the highest: for Its "on

FOR THE LEGISLATVBE hereby announce standard medicine like Green's August a large number of grand children the Blitchton school for the remaining j and the two boys' named above declared derful if yea cures re:d a cf medicine the most you c.stresnf should nave eases the,

my candidacy Marion county.lor member subjeU to of the the action legislaturefrom of the Flower, which bus teen a favor and several great grand children six wreks. i I: expelled from auy )public school best. Sold tvdruggTsts In 5Cc rdJ:! : size*.

ite household remedy lor all You may have a iame bootie sf this
democratic primary to be held May :o. stomach besides several sisters, brothels and Mr. Brooks, of Duuuellou, is visiting in the county until re-instated by tie wonderful dsct: '
CEO G. MATHtWS. trouhles for over tbirt) : the .I
year- other relative?. Tht l Urge concourse his father Mr. Brooks at this board of public instruction and a book .hat
Flower :
h August the
liver
rouses torpid .
TAX AssEssau-The friends of J.C. !! more about it both j
FOR
Mathews throughout the county many recognizing thus creating appetite and :insuring of people who followed liter remainsto place.Dr Toe trustees appeared before tbei absolutely free by

his worth and ability hereby present his )>erfectdig> stion. It tunes and vitalizes their last resting Illitand the Blitch and wife were in Ocala i i board and askeu the board if it could address: Dr. Kilmer & HOlM"? a9.m_

name to democratic: voters 01 Marion couutyfor the entire sjstern and makes life flower covered grave Spoke voluuifC !i not|make some arraugemeuu to extend Co.. Binghamton N. Y. When wetting men.ion *
Friday ac' Fergusonto
accompanied

rtding tns offer In this
the nomination fur tax assessor in the cap worth generous ;pu.
: living, no matter what jour for the life she had livtd.Rev. the train I the Howard Academy one-half
proaihing
primary
ttetion'I station. Trial bottles 25c; regular .
Ao:! \ CITUE.NSFo : G. t. Austin ] mouth lhau has
"jze 7ic.: For Sale by Anti-monopoly preached an excellent Mr. R R. Blitch was iu O.-aU !'IU' I longer already bteu

COt iTY JCIM.E-I hereby announce my Drusj Store. i t sermon to a goof l <:ougr gation day. i agreed upon. The colored citizens
caimidacY for re-election to the office of county
at 3t. Johns last Suuuay. I and patrons of the school pledgingthat THOROUGHBREDBULLSAHDCOWS.
Farmers have begun to plant their i
;- judge,subject to the action of the democratic SOCIAL LIFE AT CITRA. I II I

primary to be: held lay to. ego.. I Gov. Jennings sa)s that Taliaferrohas crops for the season: is drawing near i i if the board could ate its way
ROBERT BCLLOCIC.Fo '
: : not obeyed the democratic There is some truck farming in this J! clear to make such arrangements that
t .i COt::ITY TTEASVREH,-If in the judgment W. !S. Bradford and wife, of Xa.h- Pllite'l
I form of IS'Jfi! i and 1900 but they would turn into the
section this county
. of the people of Marion county I hate ville, are spending two weeks at the year. ] .

. faithfully and befittingly discharged: the duties say a word about: his: making appointments Miss Sallie Aiken returned home i school fund $350 to be used in extend.
t of county treasurer I respectfully ask their sup Mansion. Mr. Branaford is a \vhole-
contrary to the adopted from Ocala Wednesday. lug the term: making it an S mouth's
in the democratic primary.
port approaching sale inert-ham, and well known in the I
f Tllos. E Pastern policy of the part).. Lets see-\Vart- nd school. Ou motion the request was
. business: world. He will probably Dunnellon Secures Bank. I
a
i. i Foa CLKHC: CIRCCIT CoaT.-1 hereby announce manu, Payne, Floyd and Mathews refusedon the ground that it would
my candidacy for re election to the office purchase a grove and become a regular The growth of Duunelion may be 4 7
all for the legislature and all from the be granting Howard Academy a
of clerk of the circuit court subject to theaction visitor.
measured from the fact that its .1
of the democratic voters at the primary northern part! of the count) Great prosperous longer term than any other school in
t be held I take this ItI. Lewis McQuoivou and niece, and business
election to May 10" 1904 op Scott. progressive men | tbe county.A .
portumty to thanfthose" have supportedme Miss Ellistou, of Bowling Green
Ky.
t> have recently subscribed: the neces-i
in the past and trait my record in the office Miss Janie Folks, Cotton Plant's complaint was before the board,
has been such as to enable them to vote for are at the Mansion. Judge :McQuoi- sary amount for the establishment of | ..
efficient teacher speat Saturday and referred from the trustees of the kale .".......
me again.._ ._ S. T. S STBUS von was Governor Goebel's lawyer in a bank which will be organized! under i ,
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school
-- Sunday::) at home near Romeo. High that certain pupils had
1 FOR SUEKIFF hereby announce myself a Lit famous contested eltctiuncase. will.I
the laws of this and
candidate for the office cf Sheriff of Marion It will be remembered that sometime state I! been punished by the principal of the .

subject to the Democratic to Ii Violet Harris:' of Ocala, and begin operations as soon as the
county primaries ago S. H. Brown's safe was : : grammar department unjustly, aud
be held on the loth of May next and respectfully friend, Miss Cornelia Ahlurn, of !I SHORTHORNS
charter be obtained. i
solicit the support ot all the Democraticvoters blown open and valuable papers and can i 1 too severely and in the presence of '

of Marion county. llesPf'ctfully.jOHS Mobile, were guests of Mrs. Harris $2000 In cash taken therefrom, nothing To Mr. W. O. Bellaire belongs the I the grades. The complaint was nCRHAM.

P. GALLOWAY., Saturday. of which been beard credit of its organization but he hasas i referred 1-
--- had. from back to the trustees with the AND
ton MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD respect- Frank Kells, one of the Citra: bobs
his the business
until last Sunday when of the cooperators principal I
fully announce raj self a candidate re-election some !
now living in Sew York was I secretary of the county board to investigate
visiting
as a member of the Board of Public Instructionfor papers and $46 in cash were found men of the growing phosphatecity HEREFORD

Marion county from the Third District. subject the family of Ms. John B. Borland whom be named the the case and make some
to the action ol the primary election to be under tbe A. C. L. depot at York, two among way II

held May 10. 1904. B. R. BUTCH. this week. miles east of Leroy. *"" Kibler Brothers, Sam Davis, El recommendation to the board. READY FOR SIIll'r.

Rev. H. B. Fr"zeelrs.. E. A. I A ('omplaintV1i8 before the board
H.
FOR SCPkSlNTtXDENT OF PUBLIC ISSTRl Holder, John Griggs, C. Hollius.

TIOX.-I announce myself a candidate lor White, Miss Erviu, Mrs. Glover and Notice. I from the trustees of the Weirs-lile
worth, R. H. Sanders:!, G. A. Grumbles Prices at Private Sale
county superintendent of public instruction of i
Marion county, subject to the democratic primary Mrs. Harris were ia attendance upon Moss Bluff Democratic club will W. H. Boswell, Henry Gordon, I'' school, against tbe teacher. The complaint

of May to. If elected I shall work for the the Missionary Institute at Mclntosh. j was referred to the
boll the superintendent $75.00
a meeting at voting place C. W. Rush, J. L. Leitnen, C. u. I Up.
test interests of the schools and county. t Mrs. Modes I
Mathewrs, Micanopy! March 19th 1904 for the of to inquire
Respectfully, D. R. ZETROCEk purpose Leituer, Baskin: & Griffith, F. \V.McCreeiieu into, and report to I
Central Fla.STENOGRAPHER. : i* the guest of Mrs. Harry Grantharu. onauuiug a Hearst club and to the board. The board adjourned !
r T. Geo. McGa- to
Bishop
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are now in market, attend to such other matters as
may I Spring Auction About
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meet again : Ap
ahdare on Monday March 14th
AND TYPE- unusually: fine. come up. Every Democrat in the baiiu and others.

: office in (Joiuniercial I Large shipments of lettuce and cabbage precinct cordially invited to attend. More than the necessary; amount of ,I On March 14ib the board met per I i, -

bank Your work in the .I are being made by Crosby & Meeting called for 2 p. m. stock was subscribed in a little whila. adjourament with all the members ,

above lin, is solicited. ;*peed and accuracy Wartmann. A. J. SHELL, The howe of the bank will be iu I present. PnMmO
The orange groves are white with Cham. Dem. Club, Dial 1'0.10. The superintendent PARK FARM!
guaranteed blooms and it looks like good times I the Kibier Eros new brick building.Mr. made his report ,

have come igain. R. A. Burford of this city has from his investigation of the charges
Miss B. N. SINCLAIR.
WASTED-Several industrious persons in C. CtUMBLISS I CO. A-t
each state to travel for house established eleven made against!; the teacher at Weirs-
FOR c/ALE-100 b>>eu elected the attorney for the
: ) bushels of
je your spare time corn years and with a large capital to call upon
Study at t Home:: edacitiai.Lean grttutf a. more or less, for tuformetiou apply to table merchants line.and Permanent agents fur engagement.successful and Weekly profi- bank. dale, but as the resignation of the :, OCALA FLORIDA,

note, and YOU B. 8. Quarterman, Fairfield Fla. 3113 cash of and all Weirsdale teacher
salary (24 traveling
___ eiptn.es was before the
dill WIlli the Tablet Home Study Les5oaaou Deed IIOClay. For Pains, aches, coughs, colds, etc,
hose..CIDIoymear to teen Ir.keeplq.ArnhmeticAlYebra and hotel bills advanced in cash each week.
.Mommy, ......,.ahesuttc. Literature. Hsstoty Medicated Sail Krk-k for stock.OealaSeed Experience not essential Mention referenceand try Turkeweeu Oil, sold by 1' dings board, it declared that it was entirely
Phrtkl.Litin.etc. Te.cheesatdedto pan ramlivnans. Im.tfiutt enclose seifaddressed envelope. The : fOlrfSrrOJrnYA.'fDTAti
a < u. CucuUn&c; .ILIIlSh.l'alaLU.r.--'i .. Store, Sole Agent. National,33.1 Dearborn street Chicago. & Co. a upnecessary to take any action. I .ta"3lavc.iuifhata' heAts sac "



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VOL. AXXVII, NO 3C OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR


City Solons in Session I I WHaT HE'S DONE FOil!{ FLORIDA

held its reguiar Mississippi Buildiqg World's Fair St. Louis Mo.
council
The city 1 I ,
I T I S A NAT TER OF HEALTHAbsolutely
session Tuesday: night. Flagler's Work Interestingly Told In .

t After reading the minutes, auditing ] a New Yerk Paper-He Made a

bills. etc., Mr.: Crutchfield was Flower Garden of a Wilderness. r
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I elected assistant sanitary inspector. I t ? .r
The Troy (N. Y.) Budget, in a
The collector was instructed to
lengthy article on Florida, among r
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close the tax books: by 1st of April

and not to allow any interest on any other things says: I f ,

..:, I fcnp after that date. Florida owes much to Henry M.:

The pay for tht new tire horses Flagler. Mr I Flakier l her not merelycaused : jrrMiL1

i then authorized. The purchase
was : two blades of gr st.. prow

of same: including freight and the
where there was but one, but has r
chiefs expenses, foots up the um ofS652.99.
opened up hundreds: of miles of territory
L i ii I. .
The sale! of the old h>>rses was then making it possible for others to

cultivate the soil and develop its re-
i POWDER authorized: and the same was placed

in the hands of the fire committee. sources.

Pure Among great many suggestions THE WORK OF HUT FEW YEARS.

I The settlement of the East Coast of
made was the removal of the tire
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
station. I Florid has: been the work of less

-- --- -- -- I The duanee committee reported than a score of jears. Twenty years

indebtedness of the city ago, when Mr. Flagler msdehis first
3m ELIZABETH mSIS, Local Eiltcr that the total : : r

:iii 147,631.45. visit to this city, there were less than

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. The electric light committee reported half a dozen resorts in the state.

-- that $1,300 would put the fleeI Coming to Florida then meant coming .

Mr. Louis Blair, of Cincinnati, is a I I trie light plant iu excellent condition. to St. Augustine, Jacksonville and

guest of Mr. George CVd. It was I recwiuuieuded that a proposition half a dozen outlying towns. The

.1 lu bond the city for :$41,00*) le beautiful days, warm, bright and I The Mississippi!! State Building at wrote "The Rise and Fall of the South is Mr. R. H. Henry,editor the Jackson -

We are very sorry to learn that Mr. I| submitted to ttie voters and that It.I sunny-the superb moonlight night, I the World's Fair is to he a replica of ern Coufedracy." Clartnn-Leader. Governor Lon, .
W. D. Condon is sick.
---very--- I I A. Burford be authorized to draw up the sailing over warm seas in February II Beauvoir the mansion Uqiiatbed to The replica will btand neir the gino i is ex-ofrlcio Chairman of the

WANTED-To buy velvet bean, the necessary papers. was a new and overpowtnug JetIers'U Dsvi'' ull the Gulf Coast by southeastern entrance to the Exposi Commission, and Dr. O. B. Quinn of

peanuts. Oeala Seed Store. 12 4 tf I sensation to the world wearied man Mr!. S. A. l>orwy. The President of tion grounds.; Mississippi was one of McComb City, Miss is the Vice-
the other members being
)tr, and Mrs. Peter Ingram are en- Stone Aged Skeleton Found. of business. It enthused him; like the Southern Confederacy spent the the first states to make an appropriation Frank Burkitt of Otoloiu, the Seer*,

joying a visit from their son, Alex. Iu one of the fatuous caves at Chad the wine of old Spain, it intoxicated last. :years of his life there. It was in for an exhibit at the World's tary; I. H. Enochs! of Jackson; and

der, England, the skeleton of a man him-be wanted others to enjoy it; this typical MisaicMppi! house that he Fair. Her Executive Commissioner: V. P. Still, of Senatobia.
be least two candidates -
There will at
I has been found who it is: believed to I II his fellow business men to come here
school superintendent.Mr. .
for I have lived over 50,000( years ago. Two and, while breathing the delicious

G. C. Crow spent :Sunday with i layers of stll.l. mite had. served to keep air laden with the bouquet of the

relative in titiuesville returning I! the skeleton m almost perfect con. orange blossom aud the jtsmine, to

home Monday.Mr. dition. The Mints: of the legs wire enjoy the luxuries they were aceu

I| flattened, and the thick frontal boua toiLed to in their northern homes.
H. S. Cha-ubers: aud Mr. H. G.
I The of old that had
with projections over the sockets added spirit Hpaiu
returned Monday from a
Ea leton their testimony.!: Scientists estimate sent forth the early settlers in search
i
trip to Mclntosh. I the man's height at o feet 5} of wealth-of"fountain of youth"

Mrs Bulkley, of Belleview, was inches. Near the skeleton were found -was every 'h "ie; it came from the

among the strangers in the city on.a I t number of flint flakes aud knives, old fort as he looked from his! windows -S' +

shopping tour Monday. indicating that he was head of a tribe in the Sau Marco, the narrow EPWORTH HOTEL. titan AD .t\ISTFATlO: BntDING: V/OJLiA!".

and had beeu buried very ceremoniously. streets, the overhanging balconies _. -
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Mr. J. J. Watson, representing the s sS
I and he determined to reproduce the
is winter mouths and the successful A. STANDLEY LEE MILLER
Piauo Company, a .
Jesne French t splendor and beauties of the Old I ,
( Children's Coughs snd Colds. growing of fruits heretofore cultivated -
Houst* I
'p ;r gut of the Palmer World in the new-to trulls-form the
_--.- I Mrs.: Joe McUrath, 37 E. let ,t.1 in the West Indies alone. The S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
of Rev. Sam. P. i Knu. write "I have old to,,'u iuto a bit of ancient Spain.
Two daughters 1'utchiusou % : II banks! of the Indian river and the
,ed through Ocala Monday I piveu B llard'!! Horehound Syrup to 1'uisresulted iu the building of the
Jones (las wet! bank of [..tkerth are now
Sit. Petersburg my children for cough and colds for Ponce de Leon, the Alcazar ant I Livery Feed and Sale Stables
on their way to great plantation; here a" bean farm, ,
and find it tLe
the pass! fair ye-tr,
Ca-iuo, the Turkish baths and the
Rev. M. PiUiuau, did noi accept theca I best mediiue I ever used." Unlike construction of well-pavelt streets.GREAT beside it one where lettuce is raised

!! of the ChiUUau, church in this many cough sjrups: it contains no : by the carload, with odorous orange We carry the most completeline
HOTELS AEOSFtFourteen : !
, returned to his former i opium, but will a. oche and heal any grove between and beyond.MILKS .
.. city and hat dis! -a"f of the throat and lungs quick years ago Mr. Fldglar had of Harness Saddles, etc .
; OF PINEAPPLE FIELDS.
home. __ __ n __ I erlbillauy oher: remedy. :!},'. 50( not been .south of this poiut. But l1eIII't"s I
miles of pineapple fields in central Florida and will give
wouldn't f.r' There are =
of Soju-hopy ..OJ Aiti mouopoly Irut,
'l'becity and ; at the"IHm land and was Y
sunny ,
, the sidewalks Sore.ud'lydukskCoS ; m producing fruit ten: limes the "size of\ the lowest 4 '
(
I 1\ a day toerate souie o. induced to visit: Lake Worth then a our patrons very
elsewhere. And beyond
the fruit ,rowu .
stumble -
: II that Cvalians are compelled. to Up Before the Mayor. beautiful pot, the the winter home Lake Worth, on the borders of i prices. \\> are thoroughly *'? II }

over or walk around.s Jonas Gdd-ou .t-plu Columbus Rob of wealthy northerner Again the I
for out
the Everglades! tomatoes are grown equipped fitting turpentine <<:
Rev Henry W. Little has acceptedthe iu m'd head open IlIhd.y night and .languorous tropical air, the odor of the winter thousandsacres
all through on Vj j7Ih51
and lumber teams
gear,
invitation to deliver the baccalaureate stateliness of the
was before Mayor Edwards Tuesday the pineapple the
up
> I' each year, the quality! improv ,
I sermon before the student" ofI and waa-se.ed $10 and costs. waving fronds of the cocoanut palm ing, the quantity increasing, and wagons, etc. 4,

the University of Florida.Mr. Both these men are colored. cast: their spell over him. Again he Each I 1!
these are the beginnings.: ytar
Edwards that parties yielded to its influence, and builded We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
Mayor says:
II. L. Hough of Dunuellou, was thousands of acres are added to the a

I among the visitors to the city SaturtunUy seeking pugilistic honors in this city that thousands of others might share cultivated land, hundreds of persons Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.

. : #e6. and registered at the Monte muty: for the privilege aud no the enjoyment. The construction of enabled: to maintain themselves in North Side Court Ilou-e. Ocala Fin
the hundred and eleven miles of
two
champion along that line coming
avoid the
zuma hoiel. au equable climate trying
--. before him can get off for less than railway followed, connecting Titusville winters of the n rtb. Each season -
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If it is A bilious attack Liver, ulw Tablets Chamberlain's $10 and incidentals. with Miami on Biscayne Bay. new towns spring up in this beautiful I

Stomach and At Palm Beach on Lake Worth,
and a quick result is certain. For Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hiller Miss land, others improve and grow, the
great hotels arose, and failed to entertain .J
bale by all druggists. and medicine Mona Hiller aud their guest, Miss fame of their tropical beauty and JI P et
iu all who came; these were enlarged s
dealers.: Hattie Roseubaum left ,Tuesday for a attractiveness spreading to other I 9 i'A
Bullock issued invitations again and again, each year: made by the I I I I' t
Mrs. W. trip down the East: Coast.: They will laud All possible frogrl'581VeUess

to a large reception to be stop: at most of the interesting places made more luxurious. aud investment of one I, 1 I 1 1I

.t given complimentary to her daughters from St. .\ugu-tiue down and will BUILDING OK MIAMI. man. ,I I 1 t 1
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t Mrs. George R. McKean aud Mrs. continue their trip to Nassau and Ten years ago the town of Miami Cures Sciatic Rheumatism. iJ t

Charles V. Miller, next Friday after Cuba. They expect to be absent. ten contained one hu>e. It is now a 1
Mrs A. E. Simpson, 590 Craig St.,
thriving city, with sewerage, water a
noon. days or more. .
Knoxville, Tenu., writes June 10,
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Welsh, Mrs. J. Miss Cornelia Ahluiu, who has I system, gas and electric lights. Mr. 1S99: I have been trying the baths of

W. Welsh and Miss Welsh, of tire.main Flakier spent several hundred thou Hot Springs Ark., for sciatic rheumatism J:
Miss Violet Harris for
J been visiting
Valley N. J., are visiting Mr. sand dollars on the channel preparing but I get more relief from i I
the past few weeks, left Tuesday for than
1 Show Liniment any
Ballard's
the for the government
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Welsh of the Northern and way : I
Christy Valdosta to visit friends for a few other medicine or anything I have
work. He has been instrumental in
Southern Lumber Company at Cor- days. MISS Ablum has been one of ever tried. Enclosed find poatoffice I
establishing a line of steamers to
nell. -- Oeala's most admired and attractive I order for \\. Fend me a large bottle
... Havauua, shortening the sea voyage by Southern Express." Sold by Antimonopoly -
W. H. Powers returned Mondayfrom : winter visitors and the friends she
Dr.
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many: hours. He has established a Drug Store and Tydings& ffif Jffife ME &JSS
t Jacksonville where he went. to i made while here will be delighted to I m
line to Nassau and erected a hotel Co.
see his father, Mr.Stephen M. Powers know that Miss Ahlum will resideat -
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who has been quite ill but who we are Jacksonville in the future and I I' there, improving another and adding Messrs. Van Inwegen, Henley and J

that to the list of winter resorts that !
who for several days past
glad to say is now much improved. will be frequent visitor to Ocala. DuPont
Florid is now famous for.
were guests of our city, were very

s Rev. Sam P. Jones lectured Monday NOT LIMITED TO PLEASURE. pleased with the courtesies THE CLUB HOUSE.
Mr. S. V. Duke, of Gainesville, has greatly
afternoon and night before the Gaines purchased the busintss of the late But the results of Mr. Fla ler's extended to them by the. members of
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ville Chautaugua to large audiences. W. H. Stevens at Dunnellon and investments on the East Coast!: of the Ocala Gun Club and other citizens

From there he goes to St. Petersburg will continue the business at that I I Florida are by no means limited to whom it was their good pleasure to
( at Cuisine First Class. Rates Reaso able.
the Chautaugua
to lecture before in Lees-1 I
II place. Before Alachna county went I i the pleasure and enjoyment the meet. These gentlemen are ,

; that place. dry Mr. Duke did a very large business great resorts give. Infinitely more burg today.

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Is there any ordinance compelling in Gainesviville and anticipates | important has been the opening up of h RefurQisrjed) Throuq out. Special Rates by Month.

: property owners in the business section doing an extensive business at hundreds of miles of fertile country Mr. D. E. Potter, of Willimantic,

i: of the city to have a passable Dunnellon. permitting fruit and vegetable grow- Conn., accompanied by his friend,

; sidewalk? If there is it should be ------- ers to cultivate the soil where semitropical Mr. E S. Boss, are making' their

awakened from its long hypnotic slum FOLI "IONEY TAR J climate makes possible the I annual visit to Ocala and are guestsof I MRS. THOS. J. BARNES PROP

ers and put int).t'tfect. Cures Pre a* Pneumonia production of vegetables during the the Ocala House. j





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t I Unites.".. $f l.t.r.it bI 3c.*laThe at Prsttytwiaa WsarcaLeet .""'5 d.+a. rtsaeoa s. 6tf. itaad Atari a Wi..W-TTl. Soaj

PM", u et tb. arauj' eat Teika .u.OCbt : wdI. ;* 25. |t Snoot Mail Attraetiaa.t : HEADQUARTERS FOR

JBAOJ OI frleod* of William; ta 3cata Mid Sc* oi ?a 4s. The Vna'* Ham Mir.tr a Gwai; ui me bIaateZtC.;; setter

)( CitSea ra ?r&uiy ..ulr.-d Monday ne:dJ vf the Fl nd* uoaferi VCee wilt 1t t s.WAU; w ioantaower the fleatng
AND HOG
AMERICAN FIELD FENCE
:*> Jwra tfai s.-a 4 bea nurrurt. .ttuxtiaitseiYeailzaanCal ;.n i capacity' ; of. lie Qrd et nd :at tie

tody ai ,iit aG !ST'Jt; ? ->r"E at- the McItis4ie' elzar 1. gala.en F' j races Fussy litwaoua wv* net ace --At rtrr -. ....."....,

file horn of the M. iatgMaj et.ntYJ\lrdm1. -.cr -
ny4arr i iCs 'f -. I .
.ia S'g...'_ d itaaWfh ..t W" batM1 b'e __2' :" .
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YfM1DJ'cnapfc kp their sntP '" $ i be alien tB deie-c atd\nd "L.ott1ill3 *tswetiB sad ..j.> sYe ; da.eiu tlsKat:: t.I ;: --,... > -. --.....

tffto*;wti 6Ud ao OQ, ko r of their trsdia4 Ike annual at Or*!*. and 111 a ftiritfi jocks'**QQ tiieirTile 1 ::: l) i ; I I illi-j i if

aialtage until oezt aintaia only .; ; L Pay till fare ,gulag. ui a wreiptfrom :11tug'l"n- Jun ,ftt f F.--... si y ir J __, ***t? -- 3Ia_ _

thn mnt6K aod Of the t rwlh.iag ih. the a rat sad you rili feWr..l uOuet tilt trn c .t a spieetid n e. I :..: """ "'c.- ., .
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Uv*e-wemooy, wtuclifcy Brae roe one-glib f s fuik uJ5 were the rurrir;

pK'.rstme4 R.r. Tbwna P Ha? Red. tV. J. CUrpeairr +Ui .h ti __r.: _;.... ...=,,-.. ... .. '..l ... .

; \-. : .- trvvt M.CL ;lJ c.:1A::.:" is :'ri .
of Eari Httftua. .
th- faaLer
Prhrnlttttaa church tine aaa&ai rrjMa c tae Eutte Mkad i t t r.
t.t:';:, ? r tjoes wraci. ac rnacer dC."iC a stn
7r a nrunber e'f zrir Hr Dale ,.a at !3f"sIc ,{ Harry Duke. Fruik MaArtirw.: .
y i I ) ..';; ; !' :Sai:3te, bc & O 5. d 7CtC9TC. IW'I a f, karctjvvlss <<
za' thJ! 9adenc bMtitrorr tiii' shi, A fitjae jfia-iua ass orra rzvjirtd :. Ptt UN Futittx. J. P > StiiettGLait I:1 t1'

phosphate dnn ( U Ma.dirnny.if E.tM took lie lead aad hdli i
n )JCw! Pond .t ,.: i i ii
f I ::'IErtY ROD OF AMERICAN nNCby r; GU RA"TtO
Bitter M* tfaU citT od wit oo of oor ,, n ParerSl9 ,arg1liittet a Sooie U until tile rod cix cinti the wirvi i

mo tbu(iy tbooght at young eitrr .c .. -' :...., ".. Y-1: n iC W'tJd r.as 2 ]tY Si nth 3aac i. :,. Ly :';, :DL.rCt'.tr_rS aid tIS. Kraal laii N r! ,t. Cani.* r!

zett. ?or the pt yyar b. ha held a .. ", i .... .::',,-. .. '-I. ; : cnarenTror iar.arr Stbraft teen .I Tie spe.! I&l fratar: : IK prIettlYV'a I .: =:ul save COG siosey iid" fezes ycur ie is >o toey w.:.. May 1a t1L

.t u tar po it oa with be Battoa : 1r' meatnes. plum w3.: the i' n =ao K. .
SpcasaCMlled; Plats, Brad >Ha'.i' nd Esasfff to
Ptioi ii&te Company at iaia&mv'lGs : $ bls fair to be i&e ka3ne.diatret !' z deE. T3aWi "tore X.-rs.
!I Paints Oils glass Doers Sail Bad Eft
10M by bu eoart**u ud pleasnitmBB ,, : Xu teenier E. E. DuPont isd ,

r>* has w+e many frleod* in bar 3B3CS, E. a. C. Vu Inseeu: all tit whom hyve Hubbard & Macduff Ocala, Fla.

Iilat eKJ. Pre Went: 'T.Jalt. *aa spars in e>MiCrsu wita tie ant

Both Mr. SOlS Mr*. Cite *re popular scats *f the e.u ;tly.

in niu b at suet anedat ein:1.ad :brtr r 1'.3.au..JWU.Kla The fDIJt..mg- t lore of yesKrOntrr ...........................

fiaineeatvlife sat hats frend. 'iofor 4Jt CcfEbl'uhu.tt.: aa;
,of the .M f? aritt heta II': rs i : an Coeds Delivered free. Writs for "rnc* List :
them a- very b&py marrtP41U+. i 59 in 1 p e-iOic 1>J!
read sbe e m m $.4mf Oula
At pat Mr and )fA. Ea> are ,l 1)tiI.Wt. rl us 0& ptl rlnir ..1.Ri.

iv.r1ith tfe- and*** mother Banner Aasonndn die caadt j of I I J. Caij 5S in A {'-Ui <> To.Id ; J b t
Joan P. GalloW" foc"sirrfafMoant1 snea
bat Witt HuaaedUndy twin tIoo... Ole of the meat as sap t:+iDir'er I! lOle. ic a pus-able ii. ...
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ir.-t'pHt {; ; ue ire .a ita cr.untry atf Wtim S IB 4 pie aI9ir at) i .
The ahtritt'a I a the m....i imTbtoazii 1 1
Fwd, li in A untbie -). : ,. .
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j ..CY fK tfc. .. .lrv fact ::le ;t-IOOnt. .at 66.e1JlMd i+e: Ir.1alMith ;
.>Lu&a7, i7 in i jtr $1
'Mtlur 211aref Ih r/ir z.a.: .... 'i'he pielaf'1! .......!' prrwat. aim !xbeek all aa d in ,Jam: vo Hasid ar ezetwdiu pwBsii.u 1 a .
t Bar 14 u i pfi--ibi ::a. r. .
fo 1h I. -. :!m- d u 5titaa sad iJ ean4otaaet paias+aiaq iB soak.mg .
the 3t1 BB&T of Kanefea 3tk
Tlo, ii IB i p--"lb&e ::5. .. .

iff rasa rejaiaeS izrtk a Sisat ;i ir t wllll"' hair tuft ...wn.o !lIP lrnki' :. Iti. x Kaiaa. After&e ?h.oflC tHe roi-ic; via .oa- !

ibu ofiee Ct* ..edlYnitj ,-. I
+ (srwetGtq tseir bias! iI i every tEd ttr Wl 9Hea/C that llganat pf 1i8Q- 1. bat nxaay ut tae rpei z. or9wce ,
I i u.t Agri cis De of taBMR .'thus in
!let a Ibtt a ten ftty a bite auesQiagto : .
htatrotd b.
I a b<. ia Y. Kaaf rhftttiegfy Gold Ie ewtntz W the .
tkir 4'stip, ttl ': pt :.-a sad me ptsett srfsG-t to
rtt aag in tti'ey.M. I t a4-tar<- .. evsutiaaari hreateutk :t.Itpt'C ofFlondi ''--', .
trbeold be -
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eeapr s arapnrfetua -
U te, air eatv atrsri ainaieta 'f > for "t"'Ithd' .
'I' c.pr..Cn.f6M *9 ft'' isf fti'Ibylrit ; t.intintt, -, g4..d jadm-us.
rtoirb ttre as t* nv.it" ikpimgrefibt I

i air-rrta ia 1IiIII'1f'if. ,: a ebr its SOdn; at it. g. rygetout I y4a.tj nrrV4. ,. a 4es'e I k..t. i. .wit Trajsaj .afe.a I : ? ; Ii# .
j I t "Js1 t In the aws of nan oar ..uuMy .
Y..e'J'f an ..mN"(8 iiaat ." .a.. s,Eilci 4 H4 iwry .iMt::i bean sad ....k-1 btslx wit !eaYk4.. 2rtey 1l'3. .YWttfiiai .

MoI''in wt.. rir as f& eM It tiler.epat'dy. I,: the* e bnir t+xdote .... :'x. la as *tBt O-1I& dezrees X tw P of ?l'a* aat u ."j.Mm 'JhPstflmo&u.a.1 ,.}. ;: 3 ;j5 .

:err, .... m ,.. t rtE44 : 8 68IIe:6": p' ... ".J tfsa ....liUCSt'i.i. olaY''tl 9'i u':re : .
t e af fcy stMK ft riMrH of feteftfr. .
I ... "with aDd a :.rrrtse: !tJ.Jlf1 at4 !
net Mght peewers isaw. wett II.
H-Jeo4 bjr!lMt ie 1' when IN w..: 1.1 E+et. 1Lt *t in b7** +yent Caitinxaj w..J
IM ties tl41 tipasst. sit isarn
sad essfeanra r leer 7'M'UC sat: u bed d+rstit ire. IIII -nIr et CsatFt :afierw'i f. Iskreseag. : : TKf xnre every by. A: l :lf.i; i l 1 : .
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It is'xaytg3lag we tried Dr. Kil4'ot S 'M' Gtc.rc.r! ; r .

ea in i bay .,. -ber dIa: bt wa8td nrVrr.rI :I r aunt danag then-e stars ftv CAOMUBpiioa, aatl >oar au..l; : .

Hive yea: ewr lo<'kf'f d ilLt$ itiirasikerei 8IO..3Iia drtaki ataaKJa4aJofIt \ I'f ,.bsre4 a.r4sWina IbM g e nun w 1Jt Laved. Ife'$ nuw sin c?. to.ixelL" ; Old Forrest Cora lal8.] M MulerSj fI 3(. M satsca 'a.-" 5

bow lfc-7 ...,. and ,1taa9atb pa.rtag aa.. of b* 8ft es a oaalw: wi1x '*_)mo'.. tba. uth E..ryOlidy n4tn,1 Int.vit's Cora 2'-l. "Eire" pre Jt'j I). Appu sal t'rsra guar.: ....
: he only cure care (I.' yarn., I"je] bLA< Kaatac4y Prid fc2<. Sow na I x nra f .
el
ir beaatitrit dr'a.f.? So, tneu theptaii. ltie 'ittrt weti sat aw-.I I 1 .tatse a4 thsda icU isaaifeee Bow .
e.bla aDd ell iO 4ee it Paara Ex tie -, .
L; 1"cd &-- ; rtj* T rlra.
fame the r.ay yon are Jlifoaiw.! I -- tin t ritlr b. rnaizb t "c..i.ra I Ik I 4,, Mi *born Attie WtStl prsidenbe b, A.o.1npO'y; :.\.." $

a&d it j'i Mere a F.tyre.S er tdMafttblfaeh auttfotty >pt bi- vow ijyi arbe \.! sod jnorf jud.m at IA aai.t.18 er4e rand I "M Tydints .k to.

  • (>>..Ja.. tfe*? untftt ,tints are'loet Mintt$.- i but aetuvvei't' to I eigldly t'I iWk tie tawof I $ COMPANY.4i !

    tzw) tz traiiN r.ltlSt paue Gals ghee ptarire bM lMflk-rd fronthlu. Tbedo- ans J.,btt P. (.hUe'HI file i jtat3Mr. CatQ4IC. .

    dariaq rite nigbti w<> M you !.Waittl f fHe :lit stierid of ltaries ae1satj would I E. 1. ?<4 jcuaur. slag of iae a.! ; ; E BAY ,--T. JAC1CS: X\ :.LLE.SEEDS. F_:1I .

    $r e'nguieere Gt :giYe thetr pretyaiHate gays loserwtissi kBriat..o;ea''at iof I tletti Epee eZd'.ritiea nt the laws tauv atnat recently eat ne-pprr.shushed men *in: Ffj.itD Flnr.ti., The aa ..........................

    Ye; of eluf'1P.. vneiber the pwnr day oa At ptam-t 41atuiw I :grchea:, t.atsoua, easel: de.iitxt.- - - -

    i that' oiaay an hitoaC !it'atIlolm..h : t! ?, ltK1.1r.fuIW& aM spleaetiet man. F*r.nt'f' aad 'frueL.-r and through tu I I
    any one slept: r>r tint, aM if t 8eeerwit4i'tagiary'tut
    Ii
    nntlr lad ligaaii, ,- rough exterior. He w& I I arr. 4OmmltUIIa up the puuu:;, ai.a tM>n i

    of the eSbn of Br' in that ae tiou u foBowa! : .
    .' why, tb-y coulit mart x urediy Have ) Kraxb. a praaefeer AS Th lbt. ofPlCa2

    a hea-J">o eotiixioo wwb pout yvilowL fMfn i b" *>utfa, who eaUbtahMJeharch Te the R.r.tae Ga:a itasac.I : When a county known ta bet: rf aaonabiy i

    ( g, or kriiwH ewr dna muse, fine .', m the mining eimpn: and f fbU For a &am.r of jan Mr. I At and at one time eea, id- If yo' are in need of peanuts, velvet gooier,

    or the other .+ it may be, what ar 4f+ m etH1ger"Jer mM{
    would you do? Why ;amply l sae arm of wh-Mn ater *rte tr aoae i|I KT eaauy aM thin eL L..ke caunty.In of fOOlS and drouth can English peas f millet sngar c iee. aU kin s e .ffy vweti i_
    aft that time be was aa able, taithi field com and all field
    the ratlrotid for pr!*eber+ aad did a great work: ia : utand four heavy rain daring pfctatia and garden s ecd,
    eompaay dam.gev
    I rut aad fisarV-ss ertrtcN. Probably the
    blazing the tor a better ;*:a.100 and then com out; pr..-fceally -
    and give our up-u-rd.sce orlSc: r* a way eifltiu..1! beat prafcu? Car a staertff sbmld come Call oa or write
    tinn. anbart and with a proepeccof ,
    rakIng over the errata for not a' Bing from tiM e who are tatiinateir eonaeeT1 -

    thAt engineers an.J ilw1ub endiarq (;apt. lu k bimlf held ap the I! with and totr*,tM la the perform' the biz/eMt wnaze, the bi etc yield! The Ocala Seed Store

    }4e the proper sigaaU: daring the' preacher'* bandi and aki d him in I[I sites eC im datfc and W&AS e babes per acre aid It a confidently hoped,

    still hours of the D bt. bill mii 4i 1. Durin? the eoane of bi.t !j: wife htm to impartiuu. The-yare tfe.. the bi2et price per barrel that it Sole for
    ? : Agents Blacfcrsan's
    lawyers. They IfIIIR dtaewsr whether Medkatti 5.h gnct
    (;resat moraiaMr.. Km. I lessors he repeated some of hw own baa ever received, it is a pretty ute ,
    Hop or not a man. X4>r iiria? the- aatiurtty

    that you will Bleep veil and dream pem. and Kid the cireunnucc s of of the office fit to>rtff perform bra du- i.!.roprA utin to tie to. .4

    tweet dream of oar beaatifal Hide, their"' il18 ration. ttm ia that -oirk and which the duties Thin is the aitcatioa at HMtirri;

    Monday afternoon Cape. Jack gave ,! of the office re<|ire. The lawyers inape&e today.Treporato.
    bony city of Oe.U *> wen guarded *
    by it* ejceMDl officer?. a half boar talk: to the pupil of the !:!I I )fro Galtoway'* .b.,rifEatty always are Just pimping oat SEABOARDair
    in the I Whst term lit Mm aji an of*
    OcaU Hifb rV'booi and alt were 1e- af the groaad and the few piaeea .
    OiCLA HtjMA. ftcer. We preaeat feM nave aa a candidate
    Iihvi with b ru. for where replanting ha been necessary
    >feertff et Marian county

    Orrata l 6 ia either the fault cf the farmer Line

    Armory giving thrilling: remJ&iaP. nentof Iuty u aft etftesr. aa a. maa ot lMnDane thenwHves or the inferior quality of Railway.RICIIXOXD. .
    F. Lag, president of the tiab-
    I IMMt his halt breadth escape from acts aM 1M a man whose er..urat. : the feed that .ome cf them were Far t.tYAN1IR.
    UUon of Torpeatin Operatorsfor I never t.'*"etJ him wh-a tt Hi n.e<1.>d, COL"JBU,. C\JtDI% t"Ut'K I.I\I
    the Indiana on the plain unfortunate enough to get hold of.
    this dititrkt, sad formerly aa extensive yet nun imp<.bt him to raah Ms aDd
    He was introdoc by Rev. J. P. .1Sln GTO\.
    operator, with headqcartert J wrong in the rtnrmaoce of official BlLTIHOKIi Pit 11.IDEL
    Hillbarn who mthim fifteen yean f 4ut* *. Many V tns. So Sweet i4 ?I.asiag laIfra. lut..
    at Daisy, in thw eocntj, yesterday
    ago in New Mexico and etude flJotjn- : C. Peterson, 825, Lake fff-.,
    parehaited from Mr. 1. :3f. : eely the .-
    aor for many of Capt. Jai; '* remniaCape. > f Taripxoner h. Laera.Mir Topeka Kan, speakin of Ballard* PHI, AEW YORK :-
    C. M. Brown plvf known a*
    eenPeir. late of East Lake, Horehou&d syrup, rays: "It baa Three
    "Wiehena" on J"k Weir anoDe, Marion county and now reeidin3 in never failed to rive entire!&ti ( etion Elegant Trains DaMj E
    Jack 1 U nut aHrfLate indent
    acid will become* eitweo of Oeala.Cr New York!:, offer her services to her and of aK cough remed!H, it u my
    I he saps he never spent a day of hi* fa von u. and I mast ccnfew to
    >L Lan? is on. of she moat Denial, I frieodi* and jcuintaaca a<. purchasing my
    life in sebo4 bat Uaght himself tread /> a ent. Owing to her friend that it will do, and his dune
    proximity
    whrAuooed ahdeomp.nionaide meathatcaate Seaboard
    aDd write and inttead of spend- to the large department tore what ia claim for it, to apec+ill florida Limited.

    found anywhere and be abe bM ears a c ugh or cold; and it is ao sweet
    lea bin time ia not' will be a valuable! rjaUitioa to Latestfaihions and pureba.ing in the and ao piea,tn in taste 23e. o<)c. andI
    acquire knowledge. Thin ought to bean I
    Oeala cheapest marked:: ). Orden will have I[ { bottle at Anti-monopoly Drug '
    inspiration for boy who have t the tJre and Tydin 4 Co. m SEABOARD EXPRESS.
    CoL Lang recently Mitt bu tarpen* promptest attention. Addre**, | SEABOARD MAILS
    better opportaaitiet.CapC Mine spooner.71, Green .
    the property to Gainesville parties ave. Brooklyn,
    Jack ba occupied iucce!+fatty I y. Y. Refer to Mr*. A. W. Allen! A Tip Fr.m ft.$U.. !
    and receive the haad
    *>me pries of
    i the I leetare platform in alt part cf the Lake Weir Fla. : j-lt The lighting change jc'arn.&fu .

    )IiII. I{ United estates and bin lectarex are enjoyed l:j Frank JL May editor of the Pen* artist over the way who ha; a': yet Modern Pullman Eq\upm
    The Ocala Banner welcomes him toOcala. f I l t.
    by all elaate* t t pKple and hu I aacola Journal, announcen himself a dbcovered whether' he u aoot or on

    -- poem puss real poetic merit. Besides I candidate for delegate to the national horseback, cr whether he had taxied i i p&ed THE ezei stYely SEABOiRDroom of Pntmaa FLORtD\ U rtQ ter...a .tam ....... ,..... !.
    F.luiameni .
    hr.! .'. M..., III' Tir ; .
    eschewing fntdxicatin: drink* I demoeratie convention from the a nark or a boojam! b now undertaking r leFera and Oorervrttua r '" tthwlatwi
    Cores and cold Jackson viil* taXI* Yorfe w..t \...... as 4
    couch
    Ca .c. Crawford likewise Yin Watt
    Core Bronehilla and asthma eschews! to-l third congressional! dUtrict, and de-j the job cf editing hu ueighbora. ;i and Jaeksonvill itJi p. m. .biI1- h>.t..i V. .''\IIIt'' "t t t pe ...sr. "

    LAO in ail iu forma and hu never elm that if elected he will adroette We don't mind giving him the I Only .ine (prating Thilly T rt ttdh .
    Cores and wbl.opiDgcoOgb. Fray
    hatit
    eruup !
    E
    , Cures hor.ienei and broncnialtr&ablea. teen addicted to profanity and in all the nomination of Win. R. Hearst. quiet tip that one of the first ateps to tit dew 0 kw1. J.'k+aa y ti It : .

    reM eeta and ideal character. Mr. Mayea print one of the very j aocttaa in joarnalism is minding one's For full Information and sleeper Irrrat $ +ta+tM (ritu artt ;F;

    Torn pneomonU[ and la rippe. His lecture in OeaU! were very en- best panes in Florida and dri
    Postofflce Ifroz ritore. m ;o1ab! anything he uk for. Boston Uerali. C\\v "I.tg a
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    t > V. THE OCALA BANNER .






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


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    VOL. A.XXV NO 3G OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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    'I, UnA ZLIZASZTH HASS1S. Local Editor TAlI fERRO TO BE 1H An Evening in Ireland Millinery Opening. I Your MotherCan

    ."J = The Epworth League of the Meth- The spring and summer millinery

    HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN OC LA MARCH{ 26. oaist church gave a very pleasant opening of the E. K. Nelson Co., f
    i be provided with an annual income for life in event of your death, at law coat
    social Jast night at the residence of began yesterday and will be continued I
    than you can male the same provision for your wife or your children.In .
    r 4 Mr. Hal Eigleton is a bu inl-fls Hon. James P. Taliaferro, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris. today. writing for terms state the amount of cash you would like to draw out at end

    :? visitor to Tampa today. candidate for the United The entertainment was given in Quite a large number of ladies of limited payment period and the amount of annual income for life you would liketo

    commemoration of the birthday of visited this popular store during the provide for her in cue of your death.
    4 1 Mrs J. E. Howell, of York, was This form of contract was devised and introduced by the Company which
    States senate, will speak in Saint Patrick and in many wiys the day and were delighted with the hats.
    t shopping in Ocala Tuesday.
    3 Irish idea was carried out. The window decorated
    attractvely
    1 Ocala Saturday, March 26. Has earned more for policyholdersHas
    f Mrs J. B. Cutler baa returned from A very interesting program had with bunches of violets and witha
    , paid more to policyholdersHolds 4
    i a visit to relatives at Melrose. Governor. S. Jenningsand been arranged, Mr. Royal Cole I number of violet trimmed hats and
    , more in trust for policyholdenThan
    i acting as master of ceremonies. was much admired.

    I 11 r Mr. S. A. Sundley returned vestry. Hon. Jno. N. C. Stock- A zobo and piano duet by Mrs. J. 1'hiscotnpany has a new milliner any other company in the worldMUTUAL

    day from a purchasing trip to Atll\ota.1] ton are invited to be with D. Williims and Miss:: : Jessie Lou this season, Miss Van Horn, of Baltimore
    I she
    Martin was the first thing on the program who will endeavor to please the
    || Mr. J. E. Carlisle, of this city, was i him and speak at the same LIFE
    r followed with a leading by Mr. many patrons of the E. K. Nelson
    i reiterfd at the Duval hotel, Jack*
    f, bouville Tuewiay.Mr. I time.It Lou Green Company and solicits continuance: INSURANCE COMPANY OF

    A vocal solo by Mr. George Martinwas of their patronage.
    -- also that the
    is probable
    t 11 John W. Martin, of :Savannah, greatly enjoyed and Miss Louise .. Oldest NEW YORK I Larsett

    formerly of Jacksonville! is in the candidates for congress for Harris read a sketch of the life of St.::\ Birthday Party. in intbt

    Patrick.A Little Miss Erin, the nine year old America RICHARD A. McCURDY. President WorM
    i city for a ew da)tt. this district and candidatesfor I ,
    CECIL; WILCOX Manager Jacksonville Fla.
    " vocal solo by Mr*. I. D. Williams I daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.

    i Mr. Frank Ditto went up to JackHonville governor will be with us a reading by Mi** Eloyse Youge entertained a number of her

    !| Tuesday night fori few das I Izlar, a piano solo by Visa Violet little friends with a birthday partyyesterday Speciai Sale Sewing Machines.

    {| ona t u'llI(>toO irip. I on the same day.Everybody Harris, a reading by Mr. McCall, an i afternoon. The children

    Mr. A. 1n::\-rlack, ot Jrcksouvillr, I in this and ad- a vocal solo by Mrs. T. H. Johnsonwere I spent very happy afternoon playinggames We hat ea largo number of Sewing Machine" that Large been

    heard with much pleasure. on the lawn and late in theafternoon : iiMMl-Mime but little-that we wilt elo.e! out at lIarnllll-rh't'i&. J
    k was among commercial travellers joining counties are invited I i 'J'IIIoC machine! hale been thoroughly; overhauled by ex* }
    |I in Oeala Tuesday. Capt. Jack Crawford, the poet scout j they were invited into the perieueed workmen and all worn part replaced and made n<*

    I to be present and hear these was present and delighted the au. dining room, where a bountiful supper good as! new lor sen. ice. Each machine is adjusted, tried, and
    M1t guaranteed to do perfect work before it leate our .tor('. C'au
    : Mrs. Troup Maxwell, of Jackson! dience with some of his interesting I. t of good tbing- to eat was enjoyed be M.>eii and tried, it desired.We .

    ',5 t. ville. i it the guest of her ('ousiuIr.. distinguished speakers. stories and poem !, -- ------ --------- will sell thee DuU'hlllil"r}" low for cash. Price. run
    from tl 100 to $12 OO.and each is a bargain at the price.We .
    and: Mrs. S. A. Raw Dr. Lindsay also recited ome Irish are agent for the celebrated *'Xew Home"uml.'h'r
    ri'f- -. Miss JeftiV nt"11.ho _has been stories that added zest to the occasion. 1 RESIDENCE FOff SflLE Wilson"" sewing ..na'lahll'uith without >>ntton-hole ..I-
    Mr. J. Woodard, of the Ai incur spending th> past few months with tachment.
    I After the was concluded A and ff Iteeord
    program raphophonc and records. Graphophone
    |j Car Liue Company, was registered at
    t her SiS'H.I r". Hardy C. Croon at and House CJoud4 at
    for S5.OO. Furniture Furnishing
    '
    Ireland I oiler lor
    cards with questions concerning L Ill, residence"
    ' the Ocala House Tuesday.Mr. Cirrabelle and TalUhas&ee returned II I "MIITir.S.: :' .Special attention to mail orders
    i and St. Patrick near the school Iiotioc
    ( were passed ,

    Neweomb Bareo, of Fellowship, home Monday afternoon accompanied around and much fun prevailed during | in Ocala containing& 10 room Ocala Furniture Company.C. .

    :,{ waa visiting his parents, Hon. and I by Mrs. Croom, who will visit the guessing! of the sallie Mi.-s :i bathroom and kitchen. Hou e

    : Mrs. J. M. Bareo, Tuesday. I her Hsters and brother for several EJith Batchelder and Dr. Liudsay !' U!' III excellent condition and I. G RAe E.

    -- I. W>Pk9.i .
    ( won the prizes for answering the I titled with electric light
    Miss Mary: Briggs went down to i| The' two fire horses purchased by Successor to Central Lumber Co.
    visit I most quest ion:!. \ throughout. Half ca"h, balance Dealer In
    afitrnuuu 10
    InverueM Tuesday Chief Bull in Tennessee last week
    Small green bows were distributed on ('u.- term"' Title Iertel. and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling
    Rough
    friends and relttives for a few da)8. I have arrived and are greatly admired ,
    souvenirs and in every way the luviu s. woonnow and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

    Mrs. W. S. Bullock eutertaius this I. by those who proft-s to know good "Evening in Ireland" was a very de- Roma 12. l-o..toillce Block. Manufacturer of

    t afternoon for her daughters, Mrs. G. horseflesh when they see it. They delightful success 1 Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

    IL McKean and Mrs. C. V. Miller. will at once be" put into training for I Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
    double harnew. Well Again. WANTED-Boys to make baskets, at once.
    Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
    Mr. II. 1' Adams, of the! Ocala The many friends of John Blount I Ocala Manufacturing Co.. Ocala. Fla. 3'iStfFOR ,
    who liis recently will be pleased to learn that he has receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
    Jacksonville Mr. Jack Dcnby,
    House, went up to SALE-A large horse suitable for tarm .
    entirely recovered from his attack of sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
    with the Marion work. Inquire at Steam Laundry. 3-18
    Tuesday fur a few dli; 11 business trip. accepted a position rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain 'I

    -,--.-- Hardware Company, spent Sunday in -------- ----- - -- - T
    Balm cured him after the best doc

    ), Mi j"s Annie Ht"rdJiceIlirk IMjong of Gaudier, at the, is Gainesville with his family. He returned tors in the town (Monou, Ind.) had I :..S........SS.....Sir...SSS..Ii0.US I II
    vioiiiug Miss re-I I
    to Ocala Mopday accompaniedby failed to give relief. The prompt
    of her sister, :Mrs. Harry Lap. lief from which this liniment
    howl: pain
    him
    who will make a
    a., Mr Denhy
    V
    ham.F affords is alone worth many times the ]Sf Before
    short visit before coming here to cost. For sale by all druggists and ever I

    w'l'bt. good roads machinery pasid: reside.Folei's. madicme dealers. m
    -
    j through the streets Tuesday atieruoou Kidney Cure makes the i
    Resolutions of the M. E. S. S. on
    and attracted as uiueL. atleutioa as a kidneys and bMder runt. Contains

    , < circus parade.-- --- --- nothing Store. injurious. Postofflce m Drug Since the in Beath the allwise of Mr.providence Biglow. of I Have we had so much goods in our store, :

    ----
    f Mr. John W. Cauuou, commercial La grippe roughs yield quickly to Him who doelh all things well, Mr. :

    agent of the J tvkajuville & Southwestern the wonderful curative qualities of Biglow, a member of our church

    i railway, was a visitor to the Foley's Honey and Tar. There I is and father of three of our Sunday::: I II ---- ee

    nothing else just as good. PoMomVeI ; e
    yesterday school scholars has been removed
    city I I
    1 G
    I Drug Store. III .
    ,J fr-.iu a world of sorrow to that of i iimmorUl I
    Mr. Louis Blair, of Cincinnati, 0., I *. \\'alilil'elCOW nearly japppiadiiiiK kind of
    Mrs. Nancy r j in :
    'Ve to satisfy one
    spirits; therefore, be it i ilU&olved I are now prepared any any
    Ford
    '
    of Mr. George
    who U the guest her bOth year, WitS M-VII
    Tnat we sincerely sympathize
    went down to Homo as-ta:: Tuesday iu htr accustomed pUce) at the Methodist I e S
    I : with the wife, and children iu
    to spend a few days fishing.:: church last Sauday, the dis :
    I IN
    their loss of a devoted husband and : Wearing Apparel.
    from her home being at least
    tance ;
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, Misses father and commend them to our .
    three of a mile. Her step is .
    Jessie, Annie and Mildred Nurney quarters Father who alone can comfort in e
    and firm and somewhat i
    went down to the mines at Dunnellon steady such sad hours of bereavement. '
    rapid fur' one of her years. Our Line of 2 I
    yesterday. They will return home ---- Resolved, That: a page in our record : $ !

    .. r today. i i In late years men have made for book be dedicated to his memory.

    The prettiest__and most uptodateline tunes out of tbe tailings the gold mines. Mrs. P. R. Lester, Mrs. Carrie Long, : Meq's, Ladies' and Boy's Ready Made Garments j
    Tbe mills: in which ore formerlywas .
    of taxi piper for ladies' corres- Miss Tillie Pyles, Committee. 1 1I
    4 crushed and the crude processes .
    can be had at Tydings
    pjndenc then in use allowed a large percentage Severe Cold For Three Months. andS J
    and want to call
    Company's and the prices are reasonable cannot be equaled: We are ready for your inspection you
    of tbe precious metal to escape, and The following letter from A. J.

    too.Awong. that loss amounted in some cases to a Nusbaum, of Yatesville, Ind., tells its give our stock a thorough examination. With us a look means a sale A 1

    calla our office on fortune. The stomach is jut like a own story: "I suflered for three e i

    Messrs. Henry G. Dunn stamp mill in this respect, that when months with a severe cold. A druggist .
    Tuesday were
    Robert it is not m perfect order it allows tbe prepared ire some medicine, and I t
    and Allan Stevens, of Citra; and escape and waste of much of the I physician would prescribe for me, I. : SPRING and SUMMER
    and )Ir. 4
    Sanders, of Dunnellon, precious nutriment contained in the I yet I did not improve. I theu tried *

    Mrs. 0. H. Davis, of Anthony. food. That loss when continuous Foley's Honey and 'far, and eight i- ($ j

    the scout, means the 10lsof man's greatest for- doses cured me." Refuse substitutes : If you call on us now you will certainly think that you have run into &
    Crawford, poet
    Capt. Jack tune-health. Science: offers a remedyfor Postoffice Drug Store.::\ m
    who has been iu Ocala since last Saturday this condition in Dr. Pierce'.s Golden Amusements.At the largest line of Men's and Boy's Spring and Summer Clothingin f

    last night for D* Fumak Medical Discovery. It corrects 9 1I.
    left central Florida.
    house next :Monday
    the opera i
    the stomach .
    of
    where he will preach before the "weakness" pre I.
    ,
    Springs vents waste and loss of nourishment, night theater-goers will enjoy a .
    at that place. .
    the Cnautaugu and puts the stomach and organs of splendid performance. The attraction i
    EVERYBODY.
    SHOES F OR
    Mr. E. dI. ichel: of Atlanta Ga., digestiodand nutrition into a condition will be the brilliant actress Marie I
    which enables them to
    health
    of
    i :
    at the Ocala House Dale and her splendid company in I
    was registered:: save and assimilate all the nutriment r

    Tuesday. Mr. Bichel has submitted a i contained in the food which is eaten. the three act musical farce "comedy Remember we handle the best shoes made. They are 1

    proposition for the purchase of the In all cases of constipation the use of "Miss Hursey from Jersey, one of

    Wine rooms and may : Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pellets will this season's most successful produc- *
    Ooala House and permanently cure the tions. made by THE HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO., of
    become a citizen of this city. speedily Miss Dale, who will be seen in |

    .
    disease. the title role is, well known to theater :
    drugs in comj
    We use only pure and we don'ur Turpentine Woodsman. goers, having been with the Hoyt I I r St. Louis. .
    unding prescriptions with 11 experience
    Woodsman years
    'almost the for several seasons. Miss Dale
    plays
    the dru;s thai are wants position at once. Box 23 5 Visit us you are welcome.. :
    same thing" as the physician pre Dunnellou, Fla. 219 4t and company come here with the

    M-ribes. Our rule is never to substitute highest praise from our exchanges.Mrs. .

    T lings& Co.ur. Notice to Candidates.The .
    >
    has M. B. Areniz, who has been
    the candidates
    of I itinerary of
    Lon K. Edwards, manager been chan in the following respect, visiting her many Ocala friends for i
    and Basket Co., was I I
    the Irvine Crate He was accompanied Grahamville forenoon of May nth and the past seven weeks left yesterdayfor I THE BOSTON STOREI

    I in the city yesterday.by tbe Messrs. Moved & Carters Pond changed from April _6, 1 her home iu Rochester,N, Y. Miss I I,

    S. C., having to May 6, 190-1. Louise Gamsby accompanied Mrs.
    Bsrnwell, :.1
    from

    engaged Irvine in the farming business at Bcc'y.Jxo.Dem.M. Ex.GRAHAM Com., Arentz will return as home far as today.Jacksonville. and :......e.............................

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    PAGE SIX THE OCALA BANNER

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    CLEVELAND THE ONLY OHE. AUTHOR OF THE WORLD'S FAIR CHARGED WITH BURNING TOWN 1I
    GROPER
    THE ELOQUENCE OF TRUTH. I
    THE OCALA BANNER I HVMM.

    Two White Men Arrested and PlacedIn
    = I' The News stated, when referring lo To the Editor 01 the Ocala Banner. Jail. !

    72TJZ HAS3IS, Ziit:?. If ex-president Cleveland had died The lection Gov. Jenninlts'oJ-oen letter to senator Americas.: Ga.. March -
    ?. 7. Lei7eisi Less I it would be easier Clarence! Stedmau: to write received The sick
    :: Jkiajjr. I Taliaferro,that in due time it would several years ago Edmund Americas Ligfci Inrantry has i walking whata

    I today for the democrats to find a the World's Fair hymn, seems to hurry orders to proceed immediately j crowd of them there
    be answered,end that iu misconstruction are:
    by special! train to Preston, Webster
    When I
    incorrect quotations and .ini..- presidential candidate. The acknowledged have been a popular choice. county to protect two white men j' Person who are thin and
    of the man asked who should be !
    the was
    I j representations would be clearly greatness question Henry Morgan and Sidney Harrell.from II weak but not sick
    t acruniutatfs the longer be live and Invited to undertake a work of such lynching at the hand of mfuri- j enough
    a : I shown and corrected-to the dieoaititare bed."Chronic
    looms UP IDlnurutntallhene'er moment, the name of )[r. tStedmanw ated citizens. II'I I to go to .
    of iu author. The
    predictionhas Morgan; was arrested Monday morning I
    his name: is mentioned, no matter by suggested from many quarters. cases" that'swhat
    I been verified, and the public charged with burning the town

    j prints contain! the complete vindication whom, friend or foe. It is apparentthat The poem has now been completedand of Preston Monday. It is said he had the doctors call them

    : I the American pubic! does not set to music by Mr. John K. freely confessed the crime. and impli- which in common Englishmeanslong
    r of the feenator's record so shamefully -
    cated his cousin. Sidney Harrell. I
    -, regard other men who are mentionedin Paine of Harvard Uni.-ersity. Permission :
    misquoted aud f lsfly represented whom he says.. employed him to fire i i sickness.
    the line of presidential candidatesas to hear this notable compo .
    the which resulted n
    by Governor Jennings. buildings,
    To the
    MOTTO: THE BAS SEI., BELIEVING eizing up to the standard of fitness silion is withheld from the public sweeping; the town away and entail stop continuedloss
    There is not a charge of utfealty to
    THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO for the office equal to Mr. Cleveland. until the owning: day of the exposition ing a loss; of $30,000. of flesh they neapScott's
    TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS party shown by a single vote cast by Both HarrcH and Morgan were arrested -
    There is a robust statesmanship in but that au unusual treat is in Emulsion. For the
    TAKEN ITS STAND IS THE BARRI Senator Taliaferro; or of injustice to Monday, and are in Preston
    him that has not been duplicated nor store for them is assured. of weakness
    CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, the people, made by the governor that I Jail. feeling they

    > AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR excelled, and notwithstanding: the Interns by Mr. s'tedmau have been Fearirg: the men v.-I!! be lynched. need Scott's Emulsion.It
    i*not fully me t by the senator's reply; .
    THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE effort vigorously and aggressively used for musical Settings of severalof Judge Littlejohn has ordered the
    BOTTOM and shown to be false, unjust and Americus militia to the scene. makes new flesh and
    oiade in and out of season by his the moll distinguished American
    evidently intended to deceive the
    --- -- -- --- ---- life the
    --- ----- enemies to rut out the light that composers and he is especially gifted gives new to weak
    democratic'ottl'S of the state. WOMEN ARRESTED FOR THEFT
    FRIDAY MARCH !b lJd-4.
    makes great ualo around bis name, in lyric composition. Ibe song for system.
    It is a curious thing, that :so adroit a
    yet that wonderful and inextinguishable the World's Fair is cousulerrd his Officers Believes Them To Be Professional Scott's Emulsion
    There is not substitute for sleep.A politician as Gov. Jennings is said to Shop Lifters. gets
    continues to barn brighter. best eflort.
    light
    be, that anyone, indeed, having the Atlanta March 1C.-Two neatly thin and weak persons out
    man without critics is a man! There seems to be a disposition Mr. tedmau was b .ru at Hartford,
    least regard for his reputation for truth dressed white women both of whom of the rut. It makes
    without convictions. new,
    among the people to have Mr. Conn., in 1S33 aud was graduatedfrom refuse to divulge their names or give
    -------- -- and would recklessly
    varacity, so
    rich blood
    Ohio has responded to Rhode Island. Cleveland occupy a great position Yale in the class of 1S5S. He any information regarding themselveswere strengthens the
    pervert the truth as Gov. Jennings arrested afternoon I 1
    ; Monday by
    In east and weit democrats are with them, ana the only position became editor the Norwich, (Conn.) nerves and gives appetite
    has done in dealing with skuator Tal- City Detectives Kilpatrick and Lan-

    docking to Hearst. il1ftrr 'H-'Vrd. Its pages: are open, that they can set that will fit him is Tribune aud the Wiusted, tCouu.) ford, and are held in the police barracks I for ordinary food.

    > The Tampa! Tribune says that F. A. the office of president. It is Herald, mid in 1S-39 joined the staff of suspected of being professional I Scott's Emulsion
    and ea-ily acre=3iole to any person can be
    1 Salomonson is running for mayor of hardly a -entitnent. It is not tbe 'ew York Tribune. He was warcorrespondent shoplifters. I ,
    who chooses to *caa them to aster. The officers have recovered a trunk taken as long as sickness
    Tampa like home.E that from of the New York
    !
    a race a disposition springs
    Uinmtnt of the truth. containing about $;)1)1) worth of valu
    I lasts and do good all the
    The Parker boom hits the country surely: the governor's fatuity in the magic of personality. Butit World from 1S-M to ll..i3.fltr the able goods, believed to have been

    dictation from the be seat in the New stolen from various Whitehall street
    is
    purchased a
    like au Arctic blizzard and makes! the playing sacu wild pranks witu the : a war time.There's
    stores. The contents of the trunk
    "little voice of wisdom. Mtn hate to go York Siot-k Exihauge: and while devoting .
    common peeple" ft-ellike he .Rita lex scripta" can be accounted consist of several bolts of handsome t new strength

    ; is in the hands of the "ice trust.'' for only on the hypothesis that he I contrary to their matured judgment. his life to literary work has I black and white silk, five very fine I mud flesh in every dose.

    They know that to do to is to do also carried on a tuec s.ful llUint"s.1 f, hats, and a lot of embroidery and
    The Occla Banner win shortly be enlarged banked upon the ignorance, indifference : '
    r_ and greatly improved It is already one of the and wrong. I have not seen in the editorials He has: published mtuy volumes of I other valuable dress goo s. The goods R_- We will be :ltld
    venality of the people. are now held at the barracksawttina .
    police ...
    best in Florida and the Tribune is I to send a few
    papers you
    of the leading newspapers! of hisown .poe'xis and is the editor of ,
    pleased: ti note iu phenomenal success.Taaspa senator: Taliaferro's letter in replyt 1 Ido"t iratiA doses free.
    the nation statement, or the ex several collections aud libraries of
    Tribune. any
    Gov. Jennings, is manly, dignified Several of the papers! are discussing
    Praise from sir Herbert is praise of the belief that if.r.. and lit Ec FJTt IW t> p'-tjrt
    r.ilure. i .
    pression poetry whether a should .
    and unpretentiously eloquent, the eloquence young man get married the f JTT ot -ni a t.t
    .
    ,.
    indeed! nominated the initial of unless he has -n- ? t > :K 91
    Cleveland were by He delivered the course an income of $1000
    --- of truth. Its irony is merciless Em.-.o vw,

    In tbe face of the Parker boom the democratic party that be would be tbe Truubull Chair of Poetry at or more. Tne proposition may! be correct E SCOTT & BOWNE
    ; it U the irony of facts in contrast
    but if it WIlo.4 the rule and
    erstwhile shouting democrat feels his with and defeated. That is significant. It is Johns: Hopkins LU \'t'r..JlYUll1 latH requirement Chemist,

    enthusiasm growing icicles and bis perversion misrepresentation. different with other. repeated them at Columbus r.ud tbe I I. many good womtu would go 409 Pearl St., N. \'.
    without
    Its rare-asm is withering; it b: a good husband.
    eloquence congesting into liquefiedair. Ha of Pennsylvania. He 5Oc. lid ShaD I drvUIlu.I .
    the sarcasm of truth and Lon ty any oue or any newspapers Univer-ity I I I

    Leeu certain enough in their opinionsto succeeded James Russell L iwerl as
    confronted and de """
    by prevarication
    Y
    {
    It is predicted that young George say that any one of the others will president of the American Copyright \;YTET\ ANT __
    ception.Unfortunately ................... !
    Raney will be elected criminal court for Gov.Jennings, he te elected if nominated.It League in 1891. He reside* at Law.r .

    tact in the affairs Park :\. Y. Every Grower in the State
    attorney in Tampa with" nine hundred has choc-en for attack and defense the is a melancholy &N Krcoklyu,

    votes to He i is off the of mankind that success: often
    a
    spare. chip
    .. weakest of weapons. They are uot Will Speak in Ocala. To Have Our Books:
    defeats itself. M" Cleveland's electionthe
    old block.
    tempered with fair dealing: they have The candidates for state offices, .}'I.OIUU."EGETtBLlA complete manual on Florid crepe,
    and his nominationfor
    ""Sutherland," tbe home of the late uot the polish of patriotic unselfish-: second time other than that of governor, will address .FLOIUD.\ OIM\GES**-Bonk of special interest to Orange Grower

    General John B. Gordon, is! reproduced nets, nor have they the keen edge of the third ter.u are the only real : the voters of Marion county .FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"-Booklet on 6680Il.\9arfttiet.l'ultln.

    his nomination for the tion, and Fertilization."
    at the World's Fair as Georgia'sstate sincerity and truth. If they wound at objections to March 19th in the for
    {Saturday nuon. "
    That is all that "IRISH POT, TOE.f <)fklet on toil Peed, Planting and Cultlvttieg,
    coming presidency.
    building. The cost of the reproduction all, it will be as the bomeraiig that Persons: who wish to bear rome Effect of Fertilizer, Diegiug and Slipping"

    is $18,000. slays its projector.-Palm Beach stands: against his nomination. Thereis rtoli'ical eloquence and see tbe candidates "PINEAPPLE FEUTILIZI.\G"-Of special interest to roinupple

    no sense in these objections. They growers.: v
    ; Why can't George Wilson, Wallace Sews. to be voted for to fill these important
    "IDE1L all
    are obstructions only. They stand FERrLIZEItS" showing our dittVrrat bunch,
    Stovall, A. P. Jordan, Frank Mayea, AN INSTROSPECTION. otti-fS are requested tu II e analyses, price, ec.
    against the. philosophy of success.
    H. H. McCreary, W. R. Carter and : present: a' that time. New and Rewind Editions of above, just published, seat FlEE f.rtha atkiif
    Objections to a third term had its I,
    I ClauJeL'Engle be elected delegatesto lu the Sunday issue of the Ocala
    origin in apprehensions: and learnt i Home property owners have little! WILSON & TOOMER. FERTILIZER COMPANYOCALA
    the St. IxmU convention"The Banner, "Floridian" furnishes a good :
    military dictatorship and the danger regard for pedresiraius: or city ordinances
    republican newspapers( are deal of food for reflection and sober SEED STORE AGENTS, OCALA. FLA.ATLANTIC .
    of a prolongation of power and AUthority if we may judge by the sidewalks ,,
    again becoming solicitous about the thought.
    j in the hands of a military iu front Clf some of the most ,
    welfare of the democratic party and He says that Governor Jennings is
    president. There is: nothing of the prominent buildings in the city.

    are advising dewocrats who to nominate : going all over the state ,ripping Senator ......... ..... ...
    military pomp and circumstances in
    if they want to win. Whj'should Taliaferro up the back for not To Let Up
    Mr. Cleveland's nature.
    they want the democratic party 'to wasting his: time in tbe idle endeavorto
    Democracy baptized Cleveland as GUTIGURA SOAP
    win. What good democrat believes force a republican congress into tom: Means a Loss
    its: [ that this advice is sincere?. ratifying the Chicago and Kansas
    Moaeaaud sacred history shows that In the advertising campaign there

    The Japenese minister to England City platforms; yet Governor Jenningi once a Moses always a Moses. The World's' Greatest should be no truce While the merchant

    jays that the Japanese must enforce a is setting aside the platform on Jxo. G. KEAKDON. ivies and remains in business there comes

    rigid censorship on account of the which he himself was nominated -- --- no time when he can safely lay down his #

    conditions of war. She is fighting when he has nothing to do but to Itinerary of County Candidates. Skin Soap. arms. If he ceases advertising for a single i

    enforce it. r,: ::i day he gives his competitors an advantage. 'i'
    odds and must her and :
    against great : keep Anthony Sparr, at Anthony if he stops for a month he bas started on !

    action secret. lie makes: this explanation One of its planks says he is to make afternoon ::30 April 15. The World's Sweetest :1 the roal which leads to discomfiture and D e '

    to the press and asks their his: appointments to oflhe "by the Ft. McCoy, Orange Springs and oblivion. .

    indulgence. advice and with the consent of the Eureka, at Ft. McCoy, afternoon 2.30: Toilet Soap. To stop advertising even for a short
    time the culmati\"t 1'1
    executive committee" of the 19.Citraafternotiu2:31). destroys effect it. has
    county
    y rir from which the April u.i already produced and puts an end to all the tI;
    appointment is to be April 20. SaleGreaiertotlisWsProMot advantages gained by continuity. If you

    J made. Flemington, Fairfield and Heddick.at withdraw your ads from the papers you may

    lli A county commissioner resigned,; in Fairfield, afternoon 2:30 April L'_. Oilier SKi l Soaps. tlJ be assured that your competitors will not "lJ,

    this make the same mistake.

    Now county.for the McIntosh, April 23. tj,1 "Out of sight, out of mind;' is a time tj, {

    sequel. Marie!, Blitchtou and Cotton Sold Wherever Civilization Has honored proverb which applies with peculiar

    When the executive committeemet Plant at Carter's Pond a. m. April Penetrated. force to a merchant's ad\'ertisement. Who

    Nervous to recommend his successor it :26. remembers the advertisements of last year.

    found Keep your name before the in the
    was that the governor had Romeo and Dunuellon Dunn- public
    at
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    Millions of the world's best peopleuse columns of the Ocala] Banner if you would
    I III Prostration already made tbe appointment and it ellon, evening April 27. Cutlcnra Soap assisted by Cnticura not be forgotton -
    would have stood had
    not the
    gentle Summerfield, Pedro, Belleview, Ointment, the great skin cure, for preserving -

    Jill; Cured by man who held the appointment been Candler and Lake Weir, at /Suwmer.ti ; purifying and beautifying the

    too loyal a democrat to accept an ap l afternoon 2-30 April 29. skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts, Try THE BANNER For Results.

    pointment except through the scales and dandruff, and the stoppingof
    tilt Moss Bluff and' Linadale, at Moss
    DR. PIERCE'SGOLDEN lar party channel. falling hair, for softening, whitening -
    rl'gU-1 Bluff, afternoon 2
    p. m., May 3. and soothing red, rough and sore
    1111 fc:*> the difference between
    the Grahamville aud Salt Springs, at hands, for baby rashes, itchings and

    { ernor's utterances and his performances Grahamville afternoon 2 p. m., May 5. chaflngs, for annoying irritations, or

    is wider than a barn door. Kendrick, Ocala and Snady Grove, too free or offensive perspiration, for COAST LINE RAILWAY COMPANY

    :I So it is not to be ulcerative weaknesses, and many sanative -
    I II marveled at that at Ocala, e.ening May 6.
    .
    [itt MEDICAL ) : when a resolution was offered in the antiseptic purposes which readily
    I Lawyer Pleads Guilty to a Crime. suggest themselves to women; especially

    ''I'ID executive committee calling attention Martin L. Williams, former mayorof mothers, as well as for all the Time Table in Elect Feb. 7th l't..

    I 111 I S C 0 V E R V. i 1 party to platform his flagrant and violation censuring of him the I Arcadia, who was disbarred frompractice purposes Cnticura of the Soap toilet combines,bath and nursery.delicate DEPARTURES FROM OCALA.

    by Judge Wall, on of
    I for his conduct no one on the '' proof emollient properties derived from Cuti- Train 32. taps. m. For Kochellc. 1'a.U.a. JicltoaviUe. WavctOk Tfce....iU > '..Uh.
    committee
    I falsification of the record in the Cooper cura, the great skin core, with the Charleston Wilmington. _Ri &mon4. WbluDe108.. ""k. mtlwore I"It.a-
    "I am an engineer by trade and the lifted his voice to defend him. delphia. Newotk.. Bo and .11 *, tern pomts. Abu for all westernpotnts
    murder purest of cleansing ingredients and the in connection wan ChicO and I
    case,and who also indicted Ixida.peti.t
    hard work and worry of running a large was Train 7 a, :,5P. m. For RocheU Palatb. JICk.toOt1ritl ud aU other piftti..1t. Also hr Sh. .:1
    engine brought on nervous prostration," Sever in the history of the Florida by the grand jury of DeSoto most refreshing of flower odours. No .Ulanta Nashville,Chicano n. tare route.

    writes Mr. Chas. F. Dixon, of Arbuctle, East Coast other medicated soap ever compounded main J9. po p.m For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby Broob\"ille. Tarpae bytisgc CiarwatcrBelair.
    Railway has
    there been for that St Petersburg aod ictetne1gte
    Colusa Co., Calif. \ friend recom such county offense, pleaded jcuilty is to be compared with it for preserving Train at, 2:16 a.m. For Leesburg.Crom, Trilby. Tarpon s>f1D1S.points, Clr rw4t f. Bcltait. St. ft'
    mended Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical an enormous amount of vegetables to the charge in the circuit court at purifying and beautifying the skin, burg and Jntcraicdiate points.
    Discovery to me and I bought one bot Train 47.,3.25 p m Juliette.Guild Junction,)_& a and intermediate pet....
    tle; thought that it helped me so con- shipped and to shipped as during Arcadia Friday. Judge Wall suspended : scalp,hair and hands No other foreignor Train 45. 10.10 a.m points For Juliette east and, High west.Springs Live Oak. Dupoat, Waycnta a.a ar ..it..

    tinued the use of it until I had taken six the present season. The tomato sentence, pending the future domestic toilet soap, however Train 4'1.7.10 a m. For Juliette.Gulf Junction Homo..aiMi and intermedutc tMaaU
    is to be compared with it for
    expensive, Trains
    bottles. I feel better than ever in my shipments alone o's'32..d2Icarry Pullman uireprrs. Tnil11 SO'I.JtJ and 7* carry r ll.aB 5-="
    it is estimated, will good behavior of Williams. all the purposes of the toilet, bath and Parlor ears.P.
    . ) life. Am not a particle nervous, can '
    &.0 Steamers sail from .
    , nursery. Thus it combines in one soapat Port Tampa for Key \\"titOll Sunday Tem.kpe sad Tnu'..'.i\
    work hard all day and sleep sound at aggregate 1,250,000) crates with other Efforts are to be made, it is stated the most effective skin and at II p. m.
    : one price
    Train.2t connects *l St with
    ij think but I know Petersburg ledependaatlistof.ieaaetaforYawWb'Manatee
    I not only so
    night. >>
    ,- that the Golden Medical Discovery'cured vegetables in pro}>ortion. And it may to have Williams reinstate: in the complexion soap, and the purest and : River points,
    sweetest toilet, bath and For full complete and reliable information r g rdinf rate -
    nursery soap. tbitMth car -
    'f be arra.eemcn
    me and therefore I will recom- remarked that prices received this practice of law, but the effort will be sleeper reservations. etc. call on any Atlantic Coast Line Agent or .MrcM

    mend it to others." year for vegetables is above the OB Sold tow thraojtoot at ChocoUx the CotUd vorid.Pill Cnficait.SSe. fa Bcotrnt..i.l of woe.(Ok T. C. WHITE, n. P. A.
    Dr. Pierce' Pleasaat Pellets regulate tht aVer- resisted by the entire bar of the tnntownt.Sit.tio. .lie. Depou; London,*7 Charttrhotucga. -
    - t- bowels Mail stimulate the f/tuxub fiver.x I age.-St. Augustine Record. .; Fmm.iEatdj U. F.ii: aI" ColaofciK H. M. EMKRSOX: W. J. CUAI t.
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    THE "CZAIT; ROASTED. other party for app-,in+'uent, returned potatoes and 1% acres of early corn to, and has authority to make payment WHEN THEORIES FAILED

    hi. had been planted. About one acre had { in accordance with the contract thereon. -
    ttplHiiutuiriil to the governor.At Cotton Must Have r
    In the TrainS ,
    Mother's Experience
    been fertilized and planted In sugarcane A
    "Cracker" Tells How He Attemptedto this writing I learn that ('apt. lag of Children.
    which is coming up nicely. One Board thereupon adjourned until
    Override Marion's Democracy Pyles, the nominee of the executive "Have you given up your theoiics
    sack of Irish has been planted. Tuesday morning.
    potatoes I on the training of children?" he askedas PotashPotash

    To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. committee, his not received his com Oats beans, squash, okra and cucumbers he settled back hi his easy chair

    It did niy old Lean good to see from uiicsiou as county t'o'liruis.\loout'rlIud and garden generally, are Tuesday March 8, \. D. 1904. after dinner.

    your papa and afterward learn it is now up to the governor to ignore doing very well. There are 34 head of Board met pursuant to adjournment.The "1 have" she replied decidedly."I've is an essential plant food

    par hogs and pigs on the farm for which noticed that you haven't been
    the direct d"innnd* of the p\rty orauizlIotiou petition asking for a road com- which must be added as a fertilizeror
    ticulaig, of the action of our county sweet potatoes and vegetables of different reading[ so many books on the subject
    where the of
    mencing at point swU
    a '
    : He h ic>>iHtilulrd himself recently." be went on. 'Waal's the the soil will
    democratic! executive committee at kinds are daily boiled, and w.jen sec 27 intersects the public road from
    The Party lu nian> instances in cool given the hogs at the close of the reason's' become ex-
    Ocala to Lake Weir at the Prescott
    "Why. se, we had a series orleclul's
    its recent netting in regard to that, the state of Ute and we await his day. The hogs are doing -wellThe place known as the Rowell grove and on you the subject at t!-' club andI hausted, as is

    part of its work that pertained to tha action in this 'Matter. In Mr. Jennings' milch cows are fed on velvet beans running thence north along the west- learned from them that it was real U >? g& true of 80

    and shucks, are doing well and furnishan line of sections 27 and science requiring careful study. So I
    action of Governor Jtnnings. talk at Ocala lately he wtid his ern boundary many cotton
    ample supply of milk and butter 22 to the northwest corner of the said pot copies of several books on eduni

    Censuring and asking him not to senatorial opponent )1 ell rti. tioek- for the inmates of the farm. In this sec 2f, thence northward by the most tiou and began to fit myself for tin ; fieJds. .

    meddle with Marion tou and Taliaferro, wire making a connection it may be interesting to work of brinin;.: up children\ (prom| l We have boot
    county affairs direct route, west of the convict farm .
    him of his birthplace the different vocationson ly. But the authorities 'S don't nsroe. ".... valuable d.stmt .
    account state
    to
    fight un on some giving
    to the road from Ocala to
    when we have lin organized body of hard running "Don't they?" '
    Ohio. We do not know that Iiman' the farm of its different inmates. taken and af- tails about ttrtSizen. -
    Silver Springs was up
    don't. And nil
    democrats to attend to our wants in feeds "Xo. they they ;'o n:1 We win Mod
    within itself Mr. Lawson gathers vegetables, ter-consideration granted, and the fol the tiit has eiuaid .
    !! birthplace theory one aiiui> <>
    farmer who asks fur threi
    them free to us
    the line. any
    political Moot of the Marion the poultry and boils feed for hogs "
    lowing commission appointed to lay two ::ud a i jroveriii-ss.:
    would have much to do with one'sfuture GERMAN KALI WORKS
    County dtmociatic eitcutive commit and when the cook strikes or quits ,he out the said road: J. E. Whaley, S. B.Hr'ant ".\11I1 you haven't ally?" ,
    New.rla-fa *_a Street er
    tee are to the manor born and 108 a life-but all philosophers and does the cooking. Mr. Leaman con- and G. A. Liddon. ":\0. I lateen any. And so 11011- of ItlMte,S.--ti Be.Breed.

    metaphysicians know that one's en- ducts Mr. "" Richardson, blind, and I the l 11/1A seemed to fit lay case. lire
    whole one of the most intelligentand Mr. S. II. Gaitskill appeared before
    Smith to the woods where trees have sides: while I Wis studying the children
    vironments from youth to manhood, the board and asked an appropriationof
    representative bodies that has where under the directIon ke;>t X'-ttin;? into trouble and bur.
    been cut down :
    shapes the man of the future Mr. $10 for the purpose of advertisingthe
    ever in Marion I !in;: thrill-elves, and acijuirin all -or-: TROPICAL
    come together county. of Mr. Leaman. trees are priz-
    Jennings being reared in a republican resources of Marion county, together r.f hul trick*. So I've gone back to
    Conservative who know their ed Leaman sets the saw and
    men, up. with other counties, was granted !tKtlyin:.: the dlilln'1l1uf) have left I'MUhiliH '

    rights from recognized precedent stronghold his democracy in Floridais grinds it until started and the other and S. T. Sistrunk appointed to assist to peoplevlio: have some ont,'

    not of that kind that has been two saw off the blocks, which they PINF APPLe
    4 and customs of j ears of democratic in getting up information for said !Oll:; after their! children while! tli--

    used ciustilled into the native south manage to split in convenient size for purpose.Mr. t'xO'riuH'nt! with their! !books." X 'u I
    rule in this btate. Btsidts they know
    fire in all. York ITes-i. I
    erner and he only lacked the oppor- the different places-nine Herbert Anderson notified the
    their sovereign rights as democrats sometimes to
    Mr. Richardson assumes
    he has had since be board that he had taken out the roots
    tunities which I
    and knowing ibe e things, they hive direct but Mr. Leaman protests by from the road leading through the Ar- THE MOON AND THE MICe TAR and

    them and became governor of our state to develop saying he will not be bossed by any
    fast
    the manhood to hold to ledonda grant toward the Juniper Cariiiex Iceln 'J-rsend ISI.I.aluill':

    defy and reprimand the governor or his republican principles undera blind man. They manage to work in bridge, as required by the board.A the \\II.illK of Luna.A I I I

    democratic cloak. harmony and keep a superabundance petition signed by a number of citizens i-uriotiM Indten legend was UM: :">
    any other Czar, who threatens: to
    He will find out iu the near future of wood on hand. They spend the afternoon was presented to the board ask- sun:<- (popir; :in 0ilin by a full bIt! ce.I I .: WItJE
    abridge or destroy thei rights. It this time Sioux trio lives at I'ine Kid
    at other things. At e ajjrfifj
    that the north line of .
    that the of Marion : ing boundary i
    not only people
    getim that the facts leading up to the they shell pindars for planting. Uncle Fort McCoy district be so changsl as lie said: the belief:: was that everytic4 1 I I
    have siz rt him but thepeople a new uoon appeared it wa :
    county :
    up, i
    action of the democratic executive Jimmie amuses himself by keeping to include the two sections in i'ort .I II has cured more bad
    signal for all tie mice in the! couir'y:
    of tbe whole state intend to water pumped for the stock and in
    committee about as follows: McCoy district by commencing at the
    are to gather themselves! together .in one
    give him f> understand that! such a keeping ex-Superintendent Freyer- I cases of Indigestion
    ,
    southwest
    Mr. Lucius, county commissionerfrom corner of sec 35, at a stakeon spot When they assembled they th -nseparated

    short lumbered, tyrannical, interloper muth's "hog wallow" afloat. The old the line of Mill Creek and to run into four great armies. One i I La Grippa Stomach
    dis'rict No. 3, resigned his: office ,
    uuder the gui.-e of a democrat man, Brackas, seats himself on the north to a stake one mile to the north- army went to the north another to the I

    on the first Monday in February last. front of his quarters and spends his west corner of sec 35: thence east to south. a third to tile east and a fourthto i I disorders, C oughs and

    Governor Jenning upon receiving uunot run roughshod over them time in mending the clothes, etc., of the west. These armies of mice I I
    the northeast corner of see 36, thence
    abusing his democratic opportunities the old negroes and putting in a word traveled until they reached the pont I Colds this winter than
    this information immediately official south to a stake at southeast cornerof
    where from the of starting tile
    hoping thereby to further his with every passer-by that will pauseto 36 the of Mill Creek place ALL OTHER
    !j notified Capt. S. K. Pyles, sec near run heavens seemed to touch the earth. reme-

    Chairman of Marion county demo. own selfish political end*without at talk with him. The other old man which petition was granted by the Then they climbed up the sky until I Ithey i I
    dies combined.
    is too infirm to do any labor. The abovementioned
    least a prota. frau them. And board. came to the moon, which by this i i I II
    cratic executive commute, that )Ir. I II
    inmates are contented and The board thereupon made the following time was what we call full. 1 1All II I Ii'
    when tbe primaries are over we
    Lucius' resignation had been received as happy as the majority of the human recommendations: of the four armies then commenc- '

    and accepted. think His honor will fully understand family. All of their actual neces- It appearing to the board that certificate ed nibbling at Luna, and when they :

    who struck Pattersonand sities Six ad- bad her all the mice would! I
    eaten
    just Billy are supplied. or eight 4724 up !
    Xo. of October
    Upon the strength of this informa- 1S98, covering I
    ditional inmates could be cared for scamper back down the heavens to the !
    what the Florida Cracker lot 5 of block
    means, T, Dunn's nw add .
    tion coming direct to him by letter with onla additional to earth and wait for her to show herself ; to
    slight cost to Ocala, was cancelled the clerkon
    as expressed through ihe Marion by
    when the and the nib- ,
    from the governor, Capt. Pyles immediately what the present inmates cost I trust again, journey
    county executive committee in its account of illegal assessment on Ming would be repeated by the mice
    called the Marion county the citizens of the county will aid us
    December 1, 189S and that the same and this is what the Indians of early
    action of the 7th ius!.
    in that number of ad-
    democracy together for reorganization getting worthy appears noted upon the records of th. days believed was the cause of the ...

    of the exective committee and CRACKER.It ditional inmates. It is false modestyin clerk's office as such; the board there moon growing old and finally disappearing. -

    anyone who is too infirm to support fore recommends that said certificatebe )
    to( meet on the 27th of February at
    Saved His Lee
    himself by manual labor to feel humiliated cancelled without cost.It .

    Ocala fur the purpose of nominatinga I P. A. Dauforth, of LtGrscge, Ga., in accepting the benefits of appearing to the board that cer- THE GOOSE TOWER. :1 See Your nrupgUt: or write

    suitable person to tuccetd to the suffered for six mouths with a frightful the poor farm as an inmate. It has tificate Xo. 12. of November, 1S96, cov- Wherein KlnK Valdemar Clapprd th? the :Manufacturer*. .

    uuexpired term of Mr. Lucius and ruumuirsore on his leg; but writes been provided for that class of our fel- ering the sw'4 of ne'4, sec 34, tp 11, r DNresiicrtfnl DHrgratt. <

    that Buckleu's Aruict Halve wholly low citizens and should be
    fir other patty work. appreciatedas 23, was cancelled by the clerk on account In the early years of the fourteenth '
    cured it iu live days. For ulcers, such.
    The was duly notified of of illegal assessment on March century the "free cities"Hamburg.Lubeck .
    governor wounds its the best sal vein the
    pUtS, Expenses for the month of February 7, 1902. and that the same appears not- and BI'l'lIIPII-SI'Ut a delegationof
    each proposed action of our county world. Cure 25e. '
    guaranteed. Only members to King
    seventy-seven '
    Superintendent's salary $35; regu- ed upon the records of the clerk's office .
    and to all outward Sold Auti Valdemar demand! increased rights 03
    Store to
    democracy, appearances by -mouop' ily Drug lar field hand, $13; extra field hand as such; the board therefore _
    h and & ( and privileges in their; trade with Henj
    : this action of the party Tydiugs ;11. mGOMMISSIONERS fertilizer j
    spreading etc., $8.90; cook recommends that said certificate be
    mark The delegate were not very respectful -
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    was sanctioned by him. And from for the month $6.50; washing and cancelled without cost. in their language; and demean-I 1 il

    the letter to Capt. Pyles, the executive G I (R MEETING( G ironing, $4. Total amount of regular Mr. E. L. Carney tax collector, reported or. and the kin::, who was at Vordlngborg : : e

    committee supposed it was act- expenses, $68.40. collection of $124:! on account of told them they acted like a drove I'

    Incidental ExpensesJ. licenses and $168 on account of poll of geese and 4-Sappcd them into prison: tIn

    ing with the approval and under taxes and $39 on extra polls. the tower. teH'.ns! ; them they would I Tropical
    March 7. A. D. 1904. Malloy, for crates, $2.31; two gallons '
    instructions of the governor. But The stay there until tb-y learned Ix-rt-r
    of Warnell's insect exterminator. following pensions from the
    The board of county commissionersmet manners. Over the heavy tower 110lr !
    io,in the meantime, the Great I am, $5: freight on same $1.72; A. Brown state of Florida were approved: T. M.
    this day. Present: Hon. H. W. the king put up a stone with the inscription Manufacturing
    The Monarch Governor, The It, The"r3obriqueted" and Bro., groceries, and 1000 pounds Whitehead. P. E. Hall G. W. Bellah, :
    Long, chairman, and Commissioners J. !
    cottonseed meal, $18.65; Geo. K .Robin- W. A. Hammond, J. Q. Bishop. I
    patent worm exterminator Sieben und Hause .
    L. Edwards and N. A. Fort. sfebrnteg :
    i son, 2400! pounds of fretilizer. $41.20; The notary bonds of F. W. Ditto and Sieben und btnteg Gar.se; Conpny.JACKSOHVILL
    the disorgauizer: the accident, Minutes of last meeting were read Ware nicht so vifle! Hause ) .
    George H. Ford .
    Marion Hardware Co., $3.15; Ocala were approved.The "
    came to Ocala, called a meeting in and approved. Hat ich ouch nicht so viele Gansv. -
    i Wagon Works, resetting horse shoes following bonds to carry firearmg -
    Upon motion Mr. Allsop was appointed Translated this reads: "Seventy-seven FLORIDA
    one day's time in his own interest to i
    : 40c.; Tydings and Co., drugs $2.40; were approved and licenses ordered -
    to repair the levee near \Veirs- houses and seventy-seven jreeM If
    tell the great things that he had done East Florida Ice Co., $2.90; Rheinauerand issued for the same: W. A McQuaig there were not so many houses would Soul by All Druggist
    dale and present bill to the board at
    for the state whilst in the gubernatorial the next meeting.Mr. Co.. $4.10; Mclver and MacKay, $2. E. L. Redding, T. H. Mixson, not have so m.-uiy geese."

    Total, 8383. Amount total of expenses W. I. Polk T. L. Williams, S. W. Pet- On top of the tower which still ---- -
    chair and why the: people Luffman appeared before the
    $152.23. tew ay, Dave T. Sherouse T. J. Sher- stuIII.dtI! and strong. was placed :t I
    should further honor themselves by board and explained his bill, and the
    Credit by sale of produce potatoesand ouse, Henry Swidell. big gilt cwse. with neck outstretched:

    tending him to the United Slates board requested in the absence of Mr. vegetables sold, $3.58; one barrel The following justices reported fines as if it were hissing. I 4 % Ull
    Wartmann, to defer the payment
    senate, and in short blew his own syrup, 39 gallons 40c per gallon imposed in their courts, viz: W. O.
    thereof until the next meeting.It \VilIinsr to Of hODeat.I'llil .
    horn generally while his teuaiorial was upon motion ordered that the $15,60; potatoes and ,vegetables $3.32. Waid, $325.50; J. W. Coulter, $_" 50; R. May. the great English: artist ? 1 t '

    miles Total $22.50.; Bullock, $255; J. O. Turnipseed $30; earned his first fame Australia.: One
    opponents were
    away.It : report of the commission to lay out the
    The net expenses for :March Includ- M. H. Rou. $2. day a broken down minister applied to 6Qts.J49d
    seems just: before coining to road from Pine to Anthony be and the ..
    ing 3400 pounds fertilizer $129.73. The following justices reported no him for charity, and May: engaged him
    Ocala that certain influential same is laid over until the next regular
    pie Respectfully submitted fines imposed in their courts: E. S. as a model. AM a joke be also demand-

    hunters and Kitten of His Honor had meeting of this board. II. W. Long. Com. in Charge.A Smith. Alex. Wynne, W. W. Jackson ed'that bis "igJiy-! 'C'ar-IJ pensioner
    Mr. Long reported to the board that ,
    agree to len e him his skeleton when
    sent him letters saying that his P. U. Milligan, C. C. Priest. H. W. a
    political communication
    having been received -
    after consultation with the chairmanOf he died. W'us-r. May left Australia be

    intent wouid be best subserved the Citrus county board, he thoughtthe from Mr. M. Atkinson with ref Douglass B. F. Bouchillon. called his model in. "You've played

    by ignoring the executive committeeand exegencies of the action requireda erence to the county building a cause- T. E. Pasteur county treasurer reported me a dirty trick," said :May "by swindling I 12

    till local architect to look after the way across the arm of a pond near his balances disbursements and : me out of that skeleton. I could ?,
    making an appointment to
    building of the bridge across the riverat field was considered by the board, and collections as follows: have bought one in sound order and qpI
    Mr. Lucius' place: on the board of Road condition for half time money you'vecost
    matter Fund
    Dunnellon, and thereupon arrangedwith referred to Mr. Long the chair "

    county commissioners before theY Mr. C. A. Shaw, at a salary of man of the board with power to act. Bal. last report. .$ 93 me. The old fellow. conscious of
    has base ingratitude to his best and I
    executive committee should Receipts. . 1,495 33 $1,496 26 I
    meet. $50. Which action of Mr. Long was I Bond of Jos. Lucius road overseer most patient friend answered: "Don't '

    After getting to Ocala, the governor ratified by the board. ; district Xo. 3, was approved. Disbursed. . 1,495 21 be angry with me. Mr. May. It's not I LXPR\ PRUKiJll:

    ; was taken in charge by these know Mr. J. C. Baskin tendered his resig- Upon motion it was ordered that $3 my fault I meant to keep my word.

    nation as mark and brand inspector per month be appropriated for the ben Balance . .. . . .$ 35 Stay in Sydney a few months longer
    ing ones, and he decided to make the and
    give another chance show
    me to
    at Anthony, which was accepted by efit of deformed child of W. D. FortA County Proper

    appointment forthwith and say noth the board. communication from the comp- Balance. .. . .$ 23 you that I am a man of honor." I CHAS E. BLUM & COMP'NY.I .

    ing of his action to tbe Marion county The account of Oscar Webb for $70 troller was received with reference to Receipts., . . 1,074.97 $1,075 20
    517 and 519 W.
    The Compass riant. Bay F.t.Jacbol'uU1e. .
    democratic executive committee, for time claimed to have been served the payment of witness before grand Disbursed. . . 1,074 68 On the western prairie is found whatis I I

    the constituted head of our while illegally detained at work on jury, and said matter was referred to called the compass plant which is Fla.IERRYS.

    e party Balance . . . . .
    $ 52
    the Anthony hard road on commitmentfrom the county attorney, R. A. Burford for of great value to travelers. The long

    organization: of the county. justice of the peace's court dis- consideration. Fine and Forfeiture Fund leaves at the base of its stem are placed.

    The executive committee came together trict Xo. 20. was refused. Report of commission to lay out road Balance . . .$1,046 23 I not flat, as in plants generally, but ina

    at the appointed time, February Bond of Henry McQuaig road overseer from terminus of Martel hard road to Receipts. .. . 602 28 $1,648 51 vertical position, and present their I I

    Disbursed. . . edges north and south. The peculiar
    district Xo. 5. St. Johns church 619 46
    r7, and made its choice for Mr. was approved.Bond was received, and propensity of the plant is attributed to

    to of T. J. Sher- upon motion, I ,
    carry pistol adopted.
    the both
    Lucius' unanimously indorsing fact that surfaces of Its leans
    successor ouse was approved. Bill of John Pasteur, Balance . . . .$1,029:: 05
    as game warden for
    display an equal receptivity light,
    4 Capt. t;. It Pyles for appoint TEE
    Account of William Hall against I was referred to Mr. Edwards for The board thereupon adjourned.H. whereas the upper surfaces of the S EDS

    ment by the governor. county was laid over until next meeting I examination.The W. Long Chairman. leaves of most plants are more sensitive racs

    After the meeting was over it was of the board, for the reason that no board having received a tele- S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk. to light than tbe lower. The leaves Experience: baa estaM'.r! eU r t
    thus assume vertical .. a fat-t. K,,ldtvtildeK V
    learned that: Governor Jennings bad commissioners had been appointed for gram from the Converse Bridge Co., position and ww-tt.y *ro'.' I::': a Rtrl I
    that district, under whose supervisionthose I Danger of Pneumonia.A point north and south. Travelers on At taut iaetradfn.: TO a : i .-
    now at work
    the appointment to building a bridge across ,
    J
    already given
    cold at this time if is dark nights are said to feel the edges al.s.1.
    some one else and the appointee who bills would have come. the river at Dunnellon. Florida, noti- neglected c'f gimp':'a,-e'.> .-....-+.!., the point of .- FERKY & C\).
    Mr. Long superintendent of the poor fying the board that they would have'I liable to cause pneumonia which is the comra-," LETBOITi MK.H.WORMS .

    was one of the executive committeemen farm made the following report: finished the bridge before the next so often fatal, and even when the ..: .

    held his appointment iu his To the Board Commissioners
    of County meeting of the board and asked that patient has recovered the lungs are --

    pocket at that meeting but said Marion County, Fla.: some one be appointed to examine and I "
    weakened making them I
    peculiarly WHITE'S CREAM
    Gentlemen-I
    visited the poor farm receive the bridge and make
    nothing about till' after the executive settlement -
    the 5th inst., and found the inmatesas After susceptible to the development of l I
    consideration VERMIFUGE]
    committee had made its selection and by the "
    well as the Infirmities of age would board, it ordered consumption. Foley'a Honey and k _.Ia -
    was that Mr. Long Q++e sar. ..,Ia lla.ir,.

    adjourned.This appointee. after the executive justify.thoroughly Six prepared acres of, land well had fertilizedand been hereby chairman authorized of this board, be and he is Tar will atop the cough, heal and For 20 Years Has Led all Worn 1aj Reraediss./' ail'W ;"fci wMJi-nYn:

    and directed to
    act strengthen the lungs and prevent SOLD :BY ALL DR'UGGSTIJ.
    committee had met and selected an- planted in cantaloupes; cassava, for the board In the matter referred Pr parecl by_ *
    pneumonia. Postoffiee Drug Store. m rvwv JAMES> w> wvwwvw F. BALL<*P.D.-St.-mrff1 Lou! 4







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    b'PRESIDENT'S NOTEPLEASESJIUSSIANS I I cloned In on that the verge fortified of a city serious are conflict constantly I JAPS REPORT FALL Compliment te Dr. Hoed.

    t Insults continually are bandied Dr. E. Vaii Hood, of Orals. one of CHRONIC: BORES

    between the men and personal assaults the best physicians and surgeons in
    are OF PORT ARTHUR
    frequent.
    .
    f tbe south left list Saturday for a tripto
    The Sikhs, who constitute the greater Signs of Polluted Blood.There
    the Holy Land and various other .
    part of '
    United States the British force, are drilled
    Neutrality Sour e Information From Other Sources
    five hours every day and all the countries in Europe and Asia. Dr. is nothing so repulsive looking and disgusting as an old sore.

    Of Great Joy. British! troop, in North Caina: are asserted Deny The Report. Hood u> a bard worked healer and You worry over it till the brain grows weary and work with it until the

    I Ii to be resting under marching veil deserves this patience is exhausted, and the very sight ef the old festering, sickly looking

    i JAPS WENT TO THEIR RESCUE or, :lers. RUSSIANS STILL HOLD THE FORT vacation. He ia a place makes you irritable, despondent and desperate.A .

    sou of Leacou R. G. Hood, known all chronic sore is the very best evidence that your blood is in an unhealthyand

    Mother of a Japanese Kills Herself So The Tribulations: of War. Nothing of Importance Has HappenedIn over South Florida as "Uncle Hood" impoverished condition, that your constitution is breaking down under

    St. the effects of some serious disorder. The taking of strong medicines like
    that Her Petersburg" March 14.-3SO: :
    Only p. who
    Boy May Fight for the Last was an enthusiastic Sunday
    Twenty-Four Hours.
    m--A Ru.vsiau: correspondent proceeding mercury or potash, will sometimes so pollute and vitiate the blood and im

    the Fatherland-Trouble Feared Between to the front rites to the SL Chinese. Government. Opposed. to school worker, and died several. yearsaguat :: pair the general system that the merest scratch or bruise resulU in obstinaU

    French and English Soldiers.St. Petersburg Te.e-jrepli bureau: irom Ir Chinamen (Imigrating to Transvaal. Fort Pierce, Fl*. He bad a non-healing sores of the most offensive character.
    Often an inherited taillt breaks out in frightful eating sores upon the limb
    Petersburg March 15.-President kutsk b'.lwna.! a* lo.lcws: : Wei Hai Wei, March 15.-The Jap- brttherwho is also a physician and or face in old age or middle life. Whenever a sort refuses to heal the bloodis

    Roosevelt's recent proclamation than"Our espies. train travels slower anese here report that Port Arthur bid: medical partner at Ocala. Hill always at fault, and, while antiseptic washes, salves, soaps and powders
    regarding the observance of the slower train ia European much down the inflammation and cleanse the it will
    neutralityby has been captured. uncle, Dr. E. G. Hood of Georgia, can do to keep sore,
    all officials and the abstination Russia. Tha seat of war is still remote never heal permanently the blood itself has been purified and the deadly

    from either action or speech which but us presence is felt. The St. Petersburg, Match 14.-(Xoon)- w successful physician: and business germs and poisons destroyed,and with S.S.S.this can b-accomplished 1

    might cause irritation to either Japan long rows of cars filled with soldiers There is no truth in the rumros that man, owning much property iu polluted blood is purified and invigorated and when l
    an,! the caravans and the rich blood is again circulating freely
    Russia primitive throughout J
    or has produced Florida pure
    a great the Russians have abandoned Port anti a cousib i was for a ti'ut
    Impression. The sleighs drawn by shaggy horses whichwe the body the flesh around. the old sore begins to take
    newspapers this Arthur. Admiral Albaza, secretaryof editor of the \Vitnes.. Brother Hood
    ) natural color the of matter
    discharge
    cease
    morning printed pass along lae waat the crowded on a ,
    prominently articles
    the commission on Far Eastern af-
    commending the substance stations, br-'ak the monotony of the expects to attend the great "WWM'a and the place heals over. ,
    and spiritof snowbound wastes and endless for fairs, authorizes the Associated Pressto S. S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in order
    the proclamation Sunday School Convention" iu Jeru
    in the highest ests and the stillness is broken by deny the story. He says the situation and at the same time tones up the system and builds up the general health.If .

    terms. the at Port Arthur is unchangedand lalt'w.1ay the Lord protect him you have a chronic sore'write us. No charge for medical advice.
    songs of tie jolly reservists and
    The official
    Gazette
    accepts it unreservedly that of
    nothing importance has
    the bells of theillage churches and preserve_bU:: health so that he
    as a complete answer to occurred there in the last ;24 hours. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
    the charges that the American gov- sounding clear through the frosty air. may enjoy his long tour, and comeback

    ernment is hostile to Russia and de- This bustle and activity amidst theSiberian Tien Tsin, March 15.-The reported to us invigorated, and better I

    clares that hereafter despite any seem- desolation strikingly illus occupation of Port Arthur by the Jap- prepared for his life ..work.Baptist I IWItUtS ""
    trates the Russian giant stretching his t .E'\I
    ingly untoward incident which may anese is untrue, according to a tele- Ir

    arise, it will be considered settled limbs preparatory to punishing the gram received here at 11 o'clock '

    once for all that the American government foe. General KennenKampt, who is which left Port Arthur at 7 o'clock t Business ChangeMr. WE EAT MEATTo
    to lead the Cossack division! is trav- i
    has taken a friendly attitude Sunday evening. Upon inquiry the John R. Martin has: purchased
    eling on the same train. He tells unl..I..1
    toward our aims and policies in the me that all these reservists will be- riot at Shan Shi turns out to have tbe interest of hupirtner, Mr. J, W. grow strong.
    Far East
    adding: been unimportant.The good meat we
    This come splendid: hardened soldiers! a Crosby and be is now sole owner of
    undoubtedly marks a changeIn fortnight! aftt-r they reach tae front. government k; strongly oppos- m r ,, it alone. There U no strength
    American the business. Under his direction the rl
    sentiment, the people ed to the proposed emigration of Chi : v I
    -At IrKntik we met the first vic- J'' t in meat-instead of .
    tough glvit
    1 there realizing the danger of supporting nese to the Transvaal. business has prospered from the day
    tims of the and children j
    war-women
    .
    Japan. ; takes strength to digest
    he took I
    trying to get back to European Rus charge and every day is growing I
    The Novosti hails the auspicious initiative Two Captives Return to Port Arthur. I
    it. It to be careful In
    sia. On our entrance into the semidarkness more and more John pays 5
    of President Roosevelt in the Port Arthur, March 15.-Two Russian prosperous I
    of the station we were greeted ', buying meat-be sure to get
    interest of universal peace and good passengers of the steamer Argun, simply knows how to run a stable itf j

    relationship between Russia and the by the' wailing of children issuing aptured by the Japanese off the coast the beat-tender and choice.
    from the dirt heaps and baggage en- The Espanola: Company of Ala. .r
    United States, saying: of Korea, Feb. 1, and taken to Sase- ((5 Pay a little more if need be and dOl
    cumbering the floor. Their chua >
    has I
    waxen county purchased QOOO
    "He wields practically unlimited authority bo, have returned here. The passengers : di.-
    faces and bloodshot, sleepless eyes put something in your stomach
    with respect to the foreign say that while at Sasebo, Feb. acres of land on th> OckUwih river. z
    would melt a heart of stone. The
    policy of the country, Secretary Hay 17, on board the Tokai-SIaru to which The price was $60,000. which will put flesh on your ;
    wild. panic-stricken flight of their
    submitting to the will of the presi they had been transferred they saw o nes and strong blood in yourEDWARDS
    -
    I mothers from Manchuria after the yr ;
    dent. the Japanese cruiser Asuma being
    startling outbreak of the war. led to lID I
    The Russians welcome the procla- ., towed into that port. The A\uma It Will
    great sufferings. They reached this
    mation as convincing evidence of a WE.O wirhout! smoke stacks masts or BROS.
    place after untold hardships, only to
    more friendly feeling on the part of briJ;>. :and her decks had been plow-
    find that they will have to wait for Stalls 2 and 4 Market Ocala Fla.
    s Cilj ,
    the Americans for Russia. (-I. up by piojectile- The ether
    weeks more until there is sufficient Pay You rd IJ9E1W"
    The Boerse Gazette remarks: Japauo prizes the Mukden Russia
    train accommodation to enable than 3a5r u u r5 e5e5e 55 oa t\1Gi; \ ) ti6i5SWe
    "Theodore Roosevelt was the first and E: itor'stoslaff.! besides the captured -

    ruler to respond to the warning cry I to proceed further. So the chil- r.ussian whalers Michael. Nice- You have any Real Estateto
    dren have been pining sleepless and IF I
    issued many years ago by Cmperor |I cli sa i Alexander: were also at Sase- sell,
    motionless in this fetid atmosphere.
    William against the yellow peril." t bo wl:1 the passengers lett them.
    because outside reigns deathly frost.
    ,. The SL Petersburg Zeitung asserts The Ct man 5teai:1er'Stolberg. which ORYou're Have Just Opened.

    that the proclamation leaves no fur brought from Vla.iivostock the survivors
    thinking of coming
    ter doubt that the United States has of. the Japant.se steamer Nakoni- IF I
    TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. to Florida for a home
    a firm intention to observe strict neu- nra. H'k by the Russians, was stillat 3

    rality and adds: Nt;::akL The two Russians add The Newest, t
    Rioting occurred at the University OR
    The Nobliiesf
    "It bears the stamp of strong and that tl'cy saw pictures at Sasebo rep ,
    of Vienna Friday between the Zech TheSTRAW wellest.
    most distinguished personality." I reseutir 5 the destruction of the entire You desire to in
    and German students. ;: inyest any s
    The papers also make a display this Will Strickland. negro hanged at sus.ian fleet They say th e wealthy I IF kind of Florida property,

    morning of a denial of the Si i Chwang Russian: ; fleet They say the wealthythe
    Danielsvile, Ga.. for the murder ol
    report that the United States intends. war fund *
    TO SEE
    Dilsie Hudson at a hot supper. HATS
    t- to support the protest of the com- --

    e mander of the United States gunboat Senator Bacon points out that Geor J?.) Promoted for Heroism. OR WRITE To be st eu 3

    Helena against the plan of the Russian gia's share of the army and navy bill Tokio! : March 15.-Engineer! Mina- Iu O.&la.

    just passed will amount to J5,000.000. misawa, th heroic: nC'cer of the
    e
    authorities to sink junks at the Caall and see.

    entrance of the Liao river, evidently Two young men are lodged in jail :orpu' boat destroyer Kasmik has J. H. LIVINGSTON G & SONS O

    considering that this puts an end to at Rome, charged with blowing open been given the order of the byte; .

    the statement which caused a flurry and robbing the safe at an electric the! ol'Gt'r of the Rising Sun and promoted

    here yesterday, and on which com- power house. from engineer to chtof engi OCALA, FLORIDA.
    THE
    CHAMBERS SHOE Go.OCALA
    ment is unnecessary. The Alexander Camp Benning, Confederate Veterans neer. lie is the first to whom the .

    committee announces that in aditoonto of Columbus, Ga., passed resole Kyte his been awarded for heroism inv - -- ---- --

    the regular army pensions a sup- tions protesting against soprts on ,ar. It is impossible that he will! BRANCH'SGenuine FLA.

    plementary pension of $25 a year will Memorial day.Appropriation. survive his wounds.ON r

    be given to the widows and orphansof Ratt1esaeWATERMELON
    of $1,000,000 for At
    the non-commissioned officers and is HIGH SEAS 235 DAYS. JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. OEO.\\..HYDE."It... PI"
    lanta's new postoffice favorably reported
    J2I to those of soldiers and sailors
    by the senate committee on
    killed in the face of the enemy. Remarkable Voyage of Vessels Which SEED.

    public buildings.A. Reaches Port Safely. Pure Strain In the United States
    Only The First National BankOF
    Russian Marines Saved by Japs. F. Daly of Wrightsvilla, Ga., la San Francisco. March 15.-The Brit-

    Tokio. March 15.-A supplementary appointed by Governor Terrell Judgeof ish four-masted bark Falls of Halla- Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 years. No

    report from Vice Admiral Toga con the middle! circuit to succeed Judge dale, has just armed. 235 days out other Pure eed variety impossible grown on where plantation different ol 1500 varieties acres GAINESVILLE.

    Beverly I). Evans. trom are grown.I .
    cerning the effort made by the crews Liverpool.
    oz., ; 2 oz., 25 lb. : K lb.65. i lb. $ The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
    of the Japanese torpedo boat destroyers The official form of the ballot for Cvar; thing went well until Cape ijc ; 400 its;

    in action off: Port Arthur on the state primary of Georgia is completedand Horn was reached. Sept. 25, when a 10 Ibs,$to-Delivered Capital. . . . .. . .. . ... . .. .$30,00000 ;

    10th instant, to rescue the crews of will be sent at once to all chairmen succession of terrific gales were en- Culture.Send for" toe Seed Remit Annual by registered"Manual on letter Melon o' Surplus and Undivided Profits ... ... .. . . 20,00000; )( ( ;

    the disabled Russian torpedo boat destroyers of the county committees. C'.untered which rend red it impossible money order. Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank IB the ;

    reached here today. Mississippi house of representative to. work the ship t round the cape M. I. BRANCH, state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
    and into the Pacific. Ga Jan. 1 Fo- Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All biwintM
    Asa!. commandingthe :
    Captain Shojiro pass a bill authorizing the Issue of > Columbia Co. Berzelii. GI transacted promptly

    flotilla of torpedo boat destroyers, half a million dollars in bonds to veaux Island was reaped and a stop 0-1T 1 H. E. TA LURCMhi

    states that the Japanese would have nm for a period of 30 years and draw was, made for proisions and water.

    been able to rescue many more of ing 31.2 per cent interest The ruraander jf the voyage was -- -
    tire of made: without mLiap LOOKING AHEADPersons
    I
    the enemy but for the deadly Telegraph operators who handle the

    i the shore batteries and the close approach Southern Express matter at station -

    of the Russian cruiser NovfC. along the Norfolk and Western railway ,DUEL ENDS FAtALLY. In the Early Stages of Kid. v

    -_ The report also explains that four will go on a strike because express -- ney Diseases Should Waste ne
    rescued were not part of the Priminent MississippIan. Kill Each c ,.
    men people decline to sign a scale. Time In Making their $
    Stereguschtchi as origi- Other Over Family Row.
    crew of the Kidneys Right '
    Requests are reaching the Georgia : New Orleans March 15.-A specialto I Is a veritable dragon of Ill-health It leaves la iu path
    nally reported.11'hen more physical wrecks than probably other
    state house officers for assesmfnts IE t any one dige -
    the Japanese rescuers reached The States from Meridian. Miss., If don't that pain IB the back> e&, peculiar to Americans.
    you slop j
    the primary election from various 1-- WHY? Simply because upon the Cm Indication
    the Stereguschtchi only the dead of the says: some of these days yon are extremely | of the malady the system ia usually scourged with
    counties in disregard recent "As the result of quinine,or that deadly mineral calomel.
    board and it is believed : a shooting Satur- -

    remained on liable to have Brlght'i Disease or tome
    state committee. Don't It. It's Dan U tsat
    action of the Brous. at afl
    the! living members of the crew jumped lay evening at Philadelphia Miss.. Dr. other form of kidney trouble. Ton are -Y.r necessary either. We positively guaranteeHERBINE
    in the sea. There was a bitter debate in the W.V.. Jones a prominent physician, .
    overboard and perished I Just as much In danger If yon hare dryness -
    Three of the rescued Russians are house Friday over the report of the and Roy Cshe.: a placr, are dead,
    of the skin headaches, restlessness,
    the fourth is a torpe- postal committee<< by which many Fran: Burnett, brother-in-law of Eshe. ; to twsvsxr sad essuxs.nr eras ur form ef atorta. It h
    engineers and unusual appetite and great thirst, or U fwndybertaL Bw U UM *trtM l |M
    Two of the captiveswere members are involved. Several members was mortally wounded. It is chargedthat *ad etlomel-MM of their dMdJr .t.tr It
    do operator. you notice a sediment or eloud feu la the CorneU ail liver.klduej and uonarfe woolly
    denounce the report as an out.ragf' Dr. Jonues circulated
    slightly wounded. They were stories 50o per bottla. All Druixiita.
    urine or other urinary irregularities.
    board of a Japanese ibout one of the Eshe family. Both ,
    all placed on
    TOUT'S KIDSIT Crud makes the kllneys J
    1
    battleship and were given food and Large iron safe, being hoisted to Jones and Eshe drew revolvers when

    the the fourth story of a building in they:' T.'"!. When Burnett came up right, and whenever there are any
    medicine.
    Savannah, falls to the sidewalk be to intercede, he was shot by Jones. indications that these organs art la the

    least way disturbed, It should be taken
    Devotion of a Japanese Woman. low. Two persons were slightly injured

    New York, March 15.-A Japanese by the flying splinters, but no American Killed In Persia. promptly and regularly until all symptoms -
    of kidney trouble hare disappeared.This .
    woman at Nagasaki on learning: that one was killed. NSW York. March 14.-Cable dispatches -

    her only son bad been exempted from The only witness on the stand it from Krumia, Persia, announcing preparation It composed of the best

    ( active duty on the ground that she the investigation of the Senator Re N S that Benjamin Labori, an Amer- known remedies employed by kidney McMillan Bros

    was dependent for substinence on his Smoot case before the senate coma ;cau. was killed, is believed to be theRe specialists, and It cannot help bat ours ,

    earnings, has committed suicide, says tee on privileges and elections was ,. Benjamin: Labaree one of the every form of kidney trouble if Ukea '

    a World dispatch from Tokio. In a E. B. Critchelow. former assistant: best known Presbyterian ministers in early. Thousands have testified to this ,

    letter she stated that she was aboutto United States attorney for Utah the Asiatic field who has been stationed fact. Ia even the most hopeless cases tt Southern Copper Works

    kill herself In order that he son A third bishop of the Russian orthodox m Persia since 18GO.o reportof will always afford relief. ;

    might be fre to fight for his father- church in America was consecrated his death has yet reached the Presbyterian Dr.Geo. Ewlag,of Smith1 Grove, %7, I Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

    land. Then she plunged a dagger In- in New York Sunday. board of foreign missions. writes: "For years I have been gttRtly j

    Withdrawing the weapon bothered with and bladder trouble !
    kidney
    'to her heart I
    Practically all the counties of Georgia and General Metal Workers.Old .
    ; she handed it to her son. who im- are falling into line and naming Grand Master Hynds Visits Columbus and enlarged prostate gland. I need ,.

    ..- 'Iitelr'olunteered for active ser Columbus, Ga.. March 15.-John A. everything known to the profession without .
    April 20 as the date of the county pri
    vice. Hynds. of Atlanta grand master of relief until I was induced to nsFOLXT'S for Patching
    mary. I Stills taken in exchange new ones.
    the Georgia Independent Order of Odd
    KIDXII CTBI. After
    will continue their discussion taking mail
    England and France Senators Fellows will be the guest of Colum- through the country a specialty. Orders by or
    Between bottles relieved
    Trouble of General Wood's promotion. three I was entirely and (
    March l .-Trouble is bus lodge No. 67 and Muscogee lodge i wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
    New York They hope to conclude considerationof cured. I prescribe it now dally la m11
    a the French and English Xo. G, I. 0. ,0. F., today.. He will works .
    feared between the case this week.Boston practice and heartily recommend Ita UM I following -
    arrive from Atlanta and will be met
    Shan Hai Kwan according .
    garrisons at to all physicians for such troubles for
    ,
    to an American dispatch fron book and job printers accept by a committee from the local lodges.He 11 FAYETT. NILE N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
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    the agreement of the union with can honestly state have prescribed It
    will joint
    preside over a meetingof !
    Tien 'rsln.Tht" and .*>e printers will hundreds ef cases with perfect awceu.- I MOBILE Aft.
    the employers,
    soldiers of the two nation. ::ts both lodges and make an address. j J.ACKS..JVILLE FLA. .

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    MR. JL. SM00K FOR SHERIFF. Sparkman Doing Something; Talk From a Native. | tale:" 'n-\--r. :}' \

    K'-preaeutativeSparkiuan, of Florida To the Editor of the Ocala Banners

    Twenty Years a Resident-Mis BusUess one of the ablest members of tbe Florida being the oldest, is both the

    Abilitj-Alwif Fair and Just. river and harbor committee, after oldest and the newest of the states. A PD AP TO BEAT

    Practically undeveloped, she is the
    The Star takes leisure in calling consultation with leading democrats,

    the attention of its readers! to Mr. J.L both iu the senate and house has key to the near world development.

    Bmoak's announcement for sherifl started a movement to insert a river Partisan politics alone can retard us.

    which appears in these columns. and harbor plank in the next democratic We are our OWB makers, Florida ievjf

    ,, : While Mr. tsmoak is not a native
    cosmopolitan.
    plaifoim. IrM Sparkmau'slong utially
    Floridian, he came lure i
    twenty years
    .. the Lately we have advanced becauseof
    and ffiient services on
    ago, just us he began life as & young
    ;. man, from the Old Palmetto state. river and harbor committee in addition our united delegation in congress.

    He fettled at Flemingtnn and worked to his high standing and wide Pro bono publico has been tbe

    at hie trade, llackstulihinir and vehicle more watch word. There has been no disseutiou. -
    influence in the house, hires
    building. Some five years later .
    than ordinary eight. He says he
    "
    : he moved to the outskirts of Ocala.
    here he plied his trade and* did well; has discussed the subject with manyof Barring all other arguments in

    not that he has Accuwulated wealth, his: democratic as-odates! and favor of returning the pnseut incumbents I

    bat better, has reared a family who there appears to be a universal demand would it not be (011to,

    are an ornament to the community.Mr. that such a plank be put in the swap: horses now that our horsrs '.ff..f.

    Smoak does not ;
    pose'as'a superior lead? 1 1 vh
    The
    platform. republicanshave _
    party
    citizen but his claims
    presents as discovered
    The rt'atieriU have
    a good, all round man, whose record during the present session
    that I favor the reelection of Senator
    for twenty ytara in Marion county is shown little regard or interest in internal

    before you. He has lived an earnest, improvements.Mr. Taliaterro. Why? I lose Florida

    honest conscientious life. He has Bparkman is of the opinionthat more, and the aspiration of her sou

    given an honest day's work for its
    the democratic party can well
    less.As
    equivalent. He is a man of good
    Floridian I feel humiliated at
    a
    business ability, fair and just in all atford to take an advance step by an
    the action of the Jacksonville con
    his dealings with his fellows and if emphatic declaration in behalf of

    elected to the responsible position liberal appropriations for rivers and vention which nominated tbe pr"sent -

    will conduct the office as he has done harbors, in view of the fact that so governor.! He was nominated w .f

    his business-with fidelity. He seeks because he was the COUMU of bis c
    much of the is being expend
    money
    jour suffrage and the Star takes cousin and the fidelity of the Florida lt0 ry''f
    pleasure in presenting bis claims to ed in our insular possessions.The .

    the democratic voters of Marion great bulk of gold now being democracy elected him. u w !f'

    Ocala Daily Star. March 1. 3114t spent in the Philippines, Porto Rico He charges Taliaferro with not

    being an ass, and not pouudiug the
    Marion County Improved Live Stock and Cuba never comes back to the .
    Association. United States, says Mr. Sparkman.He Chicago and the Kansas City platform The njon) who buys HARDWARE h of

    down the throats: of the United
    On March lOib a permameut organization is, therefore, in favor of makingthis

    < :, was formed in this county proposition plain and direct in States senate.Meantime MARION H1RD WARE
    he ignores the very COMPANY
    Washington correspondent i
    having for its purpose the promotion the platform. I
    platform and instructive resolutions
    .. of the live stock interests of this :Savennah:) News.
    -- adopted by tbe state convention
    county, including cattle, hoes horses Praising Florida. which nominoted him. AGENTS FOR -

    and sheep, and e-pcially the two great
    \Vm. L.JLoeflel, representing Barnett You have the test in Marion county. "FAVORITE"
    beef breeds, viz: Shorthorns and STOVES AND RANGES
    f BrO of Chicago has returned We are cosmopolitans but watch

    Herefords. A permanent organize. home from Florida and says the sudden that our liberality does not bring us
    tion was enacted and the following CHATTANOOGA PLOWS
    : transition from sunshine to snow to di-grace. FLORIDA.A .
    officers elected : Z. C. CbamllUs,
    and pneumonia giving weather, gave
    president; J. L. Edwards, 1st vice Pictorial Trip Around the World. ELLWOOD
    him a severe cold. FENCINGA
    president; S. H. Gaitskill, 2nd vice In the April Delineator is begun a
    Speaking of the Florida crop proa-
    president; 8. A. Rink, secretary, E. series that promises to be exceedingly

    Wartmann, treasurer.A peels he says: interesting and instructive. The Full Line of Everything
    Usually Carried
    month in
    "About the loth of the a
    motion was adopted authorizingthe title, Around the World in Eighty
    Florida will be shipping fine toma
    president to call a special meeting Pictures, is explanatory of the nature First Class Hardware Store. y
    toes! from the later crop. If all that _
    f to be held at someday prior to of the series to a certain extent; i itgives
    were planted mature Florida will SASH DOORS AND BLINDS
    ,[ : "the meeting of tbe cattle breeders at no idea, however, of the d.- TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.
    have the largest tcmato crop in its
    Jacksonville on March '-5 and .3, lightful form of the narrative, whichis
    history.:Beans will also be a large
    !I 1904, for the purpose of maturing letters from a young bride on her
    crop. MARIONJCHARDWARE ;
    I plans to be urged for adoption at that honeymoon her father. The first COMPANY
    "Much of tbe late crop of orangesis
    I meeting. stage of the trip is from Montreal to
    still hanging on the trees, the ..
    j The president has called a special Vancouver, the points of interest : :_ i.::' 'I, ; on. _,,,J-. .': .- ::.. '::.:.. ::' ... .. + '-
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    .' owners' having held them back for -- i'!'.{: .r? .:; :-. .'::, ,
    ! meeting to be held in this city Saturday being the quaint old Canadian cities .r-(
    better prices.! The crop was estimated
    I March 19, and it is hoped that Montreal and Ottawa, Niagara, the
    at :,OuOx10, boxes and 1,500,000 have
    I all members: will attend. wheat district of the northwest, the

    I All persons interested in the breedIng already been shipped out which Rocky Mountains, and various other Given Away! : Strauss'i
    leaves about: 3X.,000 on the trees $500 :
    and raising of live stock are features of interest en route to the '
    The orange trees are now full of \\'* or ask an. I !
    urged to become members of the Pacific. The pictures are striking and Akbastine", fi
    bloom and promise a larger crop than 1. full particulars anu Free ..i.:t card of] ;
    Cattle Kreeders Association. express adequately the characteristics

    : Ed L. Wartmann. ever next year." of the great region, and interestis lab Q '\\\e "Royal Reserve"

    A man has lived to a good purpose China Oil Tree. : net lost amid a host of dry facts, K THE SANITARYVALL COATINO.

    when he has won over to his' side Five years ago tbe attention of for tbs narrative is as pleasant read- Destroys disease germs and vermin.
    Xever rubs or scales. \ >u i In a'i't: uran
    every man iu bU community and to a American importers:. was called to the iugas fiction. with cold! water. Ueauljiul effi,:u ___ a& o---
    tin walls and in white and deiKat.-tin',
    man they are not only willing hut value, as an astringent and drier in 1 !NOT a disease-breed! llP:, out-of-date
    : Death of an Aged Lad*. but-water glue preparation. Kalao
    anxious to crown him with a laurel varnish for the finer kinds of furniture :Hues bearing fanciful names. aLI t 1 Four Full Quarts Delivered
    News was received in this city ::::atturdayof mixed: with hot water are stack: i 'i 101'.J S3.50
    rruth. of the product of the Cninese jy l glue which rote, coun.-.h.:g gn-cs of
    the death of Mrs. C.Turner, jj deadly diseases and nihhintr! and scal I Twelve Full
    Tois is the history of Ed. Wart- wood oil tree feiuee then two American tag, spoiling walls clot lDg and turni- sau 5 Quarts, Delivered $10.00
    who for many years was a. citizen of ture. Bay Alabastine in ;5: lbh"!">>,, I
    m&uu'slift! at Citra. firms have established branches property labelled, of pa.ni., hai' pare 1 r: Ii 1
    this couuty. !She: was in her 79th |j and drug dealers. Leafl" -t .>-1 i ['r-s.. I
    His fellow townsmen speak of himas at Hankow Hints on Dccorattnii a :- ts'I ---.r
    China for the
    exportation -
    (0 -
    year and was greatly esteemed and I ideas free rtL'ttiTefCCi.e'; T,?} I
    being a "faithful and true friend" of the oil, and one of them has It"ad I.ids,lid. 6 .
    beloved in the community in which For sale by )IC'Iver& Mackay. H, R Mastersfyrvt'llt" No ui"rkto
    and as a public servant "serving only shipped: nearly 200,000 gallons since iuuicate contt-uuof box.
    she resided and all Orders
    by others whose filled
    the best interests of the county last fall. Because of the fact that no tGlr same day a* received.
    pleasure it was to know her. FOltY:5IIOKIrA.: Tt.R
    This is. indeed high urabe, and, barrels are manufactured in the province s
    Besides the record of a blameless SUHl. A'o ...* what is better, there is not a lUau in where the oil tree grows, a and active life she leaves: childrenand -" STnAU SS'e."Cu CO11 .

    Citra who does not sul-scribe to it. Hankow firm ha imported from
    grand children to bless her ."
    In grateful acknowledgment: of the York snooks for oixx barrels: and machinery memory. '0 OC.\IA.t. I LOIII 1)1.

    efficient services: :Mr. WarUianu has for setting them up. Abouta
    She: was the mother of Mrs. J. M.
    rendered the ceucty his fellow-citi thousand seeds of the oil tree have
    Barco of ibis city, who was with herat
    zen naturally waut to elevate him to been planted! in California and are : ppt L ,.,.w
    the time of her death. T Brick
    LOTTW.
    a higher office and he can scarcely doing well.-Manufseturer's Record.! I JOHNSON

    ; resist the\ apical they wake to him in Tills tree ought to do well in Flori The interment took place at St. Lime ,

    ! terms so affectionate and Johns church yard Sunday at 11 A. I K. HfWKES, Optician, I Dealer 10 -
    endearirg da.

    II i no we think it can be safely stated, ----,--- -- o'clock. Established 1870. Hair NEW[ !AND SECOND'HI I[ !ND

    .' that Mr. Wartmunu will be a t-audi- Barco's Example. Candidate for Congress Visits Ocala Commencing over thirty years ago in Cement MHlNfRtPROPRIETOR ![
    Itie faiiiiiUtal the firm has stead-
    About way
    the
    same time Colonel E.
    till!
    'J date for the state legislature.Mr. ; Mr. Robert McXamee, candidatefor iyt aud rapidly jiroan uutil now Of--_
    and Mr. Graves declined to be eou- HA\VKES' .SPECTACLES AND Laths
    Wartmanu THE LAKE
    is H splendid citizen from the first CITY
    !idtrtas gubernatorial candidate congress congressional : EYEGLASSES;; ; have a national MACHINE SHOPS.
    I anti hits b..nIUl active worker in district, spent Sunday and imputation, and are used in every And Locomotives For Sale and Lease.
    the democratic in Georgia, Hon. J. 31. Barco of this town and city througnout the outn.
    party for more than Monday in this Second Hand
    city. Rail
    These fiiuous the Bought
    city, was petitioned by slaves are UMK by Shingles. and Sold.
    a large
    number

    ; two decades. and has never kickedout Tbe distinguished candidate is in beat class of people in all cniuuiuuitics. Three locomotives for sale or lease.
    of harness.It of friends from various sectionsof They are !told only by merchants rorjs>tle-
    most buoyant spirits. 8ays he will of recognized reliability of whom One 16.12-1 Tolbert
    the state to become a candidatefor EDline-!: one
    lh16
    goes without saying that a man carry Tampa and Hillsboroucb coun- there lire now over 11 (}IO handlingthese Oge 141lts New York s arety. One Sale EDglnt'
    who has made the commisaiouer of agriculture, and goods; and when it is remembered Office and Shops One i3HP Harris CorliN lOIJHP Ball Alemic.
    Impress he has ty three to one and will DeSoto Onelil6 Erre
    carry that City.
    there
    what was his reply? is ouly one agent in 01l..12H Oa>oolent'. One
    5UHP.
    upon his fellow citizens is indeed an and Monroe and is going to make a town, the wonderful demand for them near Oia, lit' HP hivh! pr..sture One :\HP. .
    ideal Almost in the exact language of can be ssomewbat appreciated. S. *. L. Freight One 5HP Economic boiler return: tublar boiler, tine.
    man.
    very warm campaign in the other and a lot of
    ._. -- Colonel J. H. Estill and Mr. John For sale by hand and other machinery other sixes on

    Col. W. B. Wilson of Charleston, Temple Graves, he said: that "Mr. counties in the district and is everywhere nu)1.. AXIIEUSOX.Never Depot. LIKE CITY; 'LOIUJ.\

    S. C., who owns a large tract of land McLin had made a good official and meeting with substantial en Peddled. .- .

    extending from Ocala couragement. Mr. McSainee will
    to the Withlacoocbet
    is fairly entitled to a second terra."
    return to Ocala in about ten Jerry Burnett
    days.
    river is among the prominent Mr. Barco, like these distinguished DtfLttl[ iinnniT"

    arrivals at the Ojala House. Part of Georgians, is too good a democrat to MacWilliams for Hearst. A .

    this laud is: now in litigation but Col. violate the traditions of his party. Mr. MacWilliams of St. Johns, will Merchant

    Wilson hopes it will be settled iu the perhaps run for delegate to the national Have you decided on the kind

    i ; courts in a few weeks and as s-oon as cough Settled on Her Lungs. convention. He is an avowed Tailoring.Ocala fertilizer you are going; to ? o
    "My daugbcer had a terrible t use It's
    It is he will begin the erection of a cough Hearst man.-Palatka Herald. t not a question of bow
    which settled on her lungs," says N. t much, but
    large saw mill near the city. Florida. what kind when
    Jackson, of Danville, 111. We trieda the best resul t

    Raw or Inflamed Lungs. great many remedies without relief, Belva Lockwood congratulates Finest Imported and A can be obtained. You can't make

    Yield quickly to the wonderful until we gave her Foley's Honey and President Joseph Smith on his testimony Domestic Cloths. mistake when you use our high grade a .rt .

    curative and healing qualities of Tar which cured her. Refuse subtiofitts. that less than 2 per cent of the fertilizers.
    Cutting a SpecialtyFits
    Foley's Honey and Tar. It prevents Postoffiee Drug Store. mFOEEYlIDNEEYE membership of the Mormon church

    t pneumonia and consumption from a -' practice polygamy. She opines that Guaranteed.FOIEYSHOKHMM. I 44 Highest cash price paid for dry bones

    hard cold settling on the lungs. Post.
    this is below the general in
    face Drug Stojre. m Hakes Xldnsvs and Bladder R'LI other denominations. average 1 FLORIDA FERTILIZER m COMPANY 40
    .to""the rough aDf1 heals lUDI ,
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    ANTS KIDNAP THEIR FOES. AS TO NICKNAMES.tlven NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR INCORPORATION _

    Christian Inheritance.The tOTCE. TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOJNTMNETS.

    paid XrlghborlnicIllnitrs and Cur. Often For Absurd Hruson. Christian inheritance was secured I I

    ry OUT Many 1'rUjuvr. and Generally They Stick.; because God became the executor NOTICE I:HEiFS'GIVEN THT THE I will be at the following plao a t*

    Dr. II. C. McCook tells of a species l "Wonderful how names stick to a of his own will. Her men die and : to apply to Tallahassee the Gover- VOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE. relus 01 rel and 1snl property rt.e anj
    of the of Florida at
    Mate
    nor "
    .t kidnaping ants which make organized person." said the observant man. leave their property and their eiperi- Florida on the Sib day ot April, A. D (904. lor W.. S.the Bullock.jadgeof undersigned, will the apply circuit to court his for honor the, I I agclurllepr a te re tire: .

    ence behind them. It is Impossible Letters Patent on the proposed Charter hereto 5th circuit of FEBRUARY. 1904.
    four after
    attacks on other ant villages! for "There were two nice little women in judicial Flona. weeks Kendrick
    the original which is now on file in Monday
    attached i
    Ilhe publication of toe the a. m.
    tie purpose of capturing slaves. Here our village who came on us one evening for the Christian to lose hIs Inherit- the omi.e 01 tlie secretary 01 Mite of the State ofFjorida. and endorsement' the following proposed approval Martin Monday i p. m

    is an account of the attack: and we offered them popcorn ance, since: his Father loves and has at Tallahassee, Florida charter, ta wit' Reddick Lowell Tuesday 2 a. m.

    "At last the muster is complete. which the children had just -brought; promised to keep the inheritance for PROPOSED CIIRrER OF CRYSTAL RIVER On .April Sth, 1904. Mclntosh Tuesday Wednesday a p. 3.m.

    Mysteriously! but effectively the signal in from the kitciien. They refused LU children. Rev. F. I!. 3todd rd. RAILROID CO IP.\XY. ARTICLE I. Central Thursday 4 a. m.

    '.Forward! is given and tho t-oluuiii but not so emphatically ail! ta ke *p us Baptist. Xt'whnY.. The undersigned do hereby associate uader themselves the- Brothers The name and of Sister this corporation of shall Number be "The r.of Fairfield Flemicglon Fnday Friday 5,p.5 m.a.m
    together as a :butiy Canty.
    moves frow the hill. Thr-e is no regular from.in;.: them two htaping pla'e.< Bearing; Witnesi to Truth.Jestio provisions ol the statute Ctp..tc.the state of Marion county,Florida.ARTICLE. Shady Santos Grove Monday Mondays S m. a. m.

    i alignment but a shou _pf solidarity, of the -orn. We kept refilling: the j"-ver exhorted: his .hearers to Honda aud.do publish the fallowing Articles 01IncrpraL II. Belleview Tuesday p.9.

    a holding of the ranks within close pljles and they kept crunching all! the b? Christian on the ground safety. : ARTICLE L beucwlent The general charitable nature of the business is to b Suramerfield Ptdo (school housejWednesday] 14 a. m.
    work attending the Wednesday w p.
    compass and touch-a Tout step,' In evening. There was something so funny His apn 'i:l was lust; and last "I nmCO&P The name of this Corporation shall b CmsTAL burying the dead and those in nee Candler Thursday .a. m. m

    fact. There is no general; there are no about it that called them 'The Popcorn to !i-ar witness to the truth;" "Ye 1<\'EI XAILKOAD COMPASV. principal who are members of this association and Ocklawalia Thursday I p.m. .
    ptaie business ol .hs corporation shall b 1 proet the young lt viscious lives and .East: Lake Friday U a, m.
    . t subordinate officers, but puch 13 the Ladies.: and the name has stuck shall L.5athe truth, and the truth at Val Marion county, Flonda with V Weirsdale Friday u p. m.

    sympathetic unity that they seem to to them so that the whole village knows shIIi!! : :-k > yo-t freo." It is tLe realization udc.s as may be adopted oy the Board ARTICLE III. Linadale (school blwJ Saturday I i n t
    ol .. 3
    Membership.Members be received lawdy's night
    more In response to one will and command them by it.oiiee of 'L:;> tratl the truth of the spirit ARTICLE J who are 01 good character and may standing, and "IQS Monday ta a. m.

    if every warrior Is a law unto "I knew a man who talktd in- tl1.;t brings safety for this world and The general nature of the busiuess to be transacted ate elcte. by a majority vote at any stated Lynn Electra Tuesday Monday. 151.m. .

    hlmilf the law so binds and animates ee>:aitty! in a high; pitched voice, all l for all world--Fev. Dr. W. H. Me- oy this Corponuun shall be t. .on"uucl. ARTICLE IV. Grahanmlle TucsaYl6 p. m.

    and nii.ols all alike that the ends of a brjU:; girl dubbed him The ChirpTl ,'!-.* ,GlmJ:1.n." :.: rnh''r :.tlist. Atlanta.. Ga. maiuiaiu Crystal Kirer and,operate at or near railroad a place iroin called a point Crjsul.tu on. The term for which this corporation shall exist Connor Churchill { house 17 a. mEureka _

    an organized cohort are served. ; name was quickly passed 'arorud The' Saloon ETiL citrus county, 'irida,i.s the town ot Lmuu is ninety-nine ((99) years. Kerr City !.hOl Thursday 18 p.} Thursday iS a. I

    Assault, battle and pillage follow a.iI.t the and thou iu Marion county Honda, the leogia of V. Friday 19.. m
    people novrifiegreater AITCJ.E
    yoiins m
    If : Is
    my diagnosis correct the test such railroad so iu be coaauucied. maiuuacu Daisy Friday .
    quickly upon the sortie. The objective part of !his friends know elm way for tt9 church to fight the saloonIs and operated as near as may be, tifteeu name Names and and residences rcidecr of ot the the subscribers-The II McCoy Saturday 19 p m ao m.
    a
    point of the march Is not far away.A I by that name. A digniti,1 young woman not to d.'UjUTK-o saloons vote the milts lbrugi, and which the cuutl""", : of lh:is:ute, 01 Flond t b follows incorporators areas Sparr Anthony Tuesday Monday a -

    hundred yards distant is Tuscan of the of v.i--.s and hanon. \11111 Beau regard.Shady Grove Fla. 23 a. m.
    a my itiiuaiuianre goes by, the l'rohiiu ticket or try to rescue sois. are CUut1CS JUa: Ucala. Fla. GreenwoodTuesdayp m.
    : village. The route thereto lies of ''''! fills corporation sn across name .ont' to this day becnus- but to such teal \ddisn. Shady Grove 2 a. m.
    p.-ovide amusements tOfth. hold and
    !proper its i.urpur ,'1 the edge of a grove, over a footpath when she was a little girl :she used to }'oUt::: under proper auspices. Someof dud pcraoual properly .S may be necessary and Jane Glymp Gljmp, Ocala<,Ocala, FlaZachariah Fla. Ocala all of Mar Thursday 25 a. m.

    along a fallen tree under whwse. shelter call herself.Mrs.. Whonf when sheplaywl ; proper lor the uses .cd purp ot uIIJag. The law returns to be made by
    then'it" this and have
    doing found maiutainin and <. asaioresaid ARTICLE V the first
    railrod
    I and shaded by tufts of Is the Indies and the aud snail have to ofpr. ALFRED AVER
    grass gro'-vcni family tl1at. pt.- nt.t.m is better than cure. ler "urey. Managing Officer -This corporation shall 1 a Assessor Marina
    devoted commune. It Is feeble In num.! picked it coLsiiuct. build, ami operate a have a managing officers a a County
    njSL.
    ? simply can't shake oresident. vie
    I The oaiy U'::]' to beat the saloon! is to railioad inc troui or near a plaLecaorstl, presidents. a secretary, a treasurer and
    trs, and there Is a bare show of defense -! Ill(' absurd Ham provide:1 substitute for the saloon.Rev. on cnial Tnr. in Onus county lain who shall be elected by a majority a chap

    as the freebooters burl themselves I I "More than one red haired man IiI .1. [? Scudder, CoiigregatioiulistJrf"f ; the town Dunce.Ion. in Marion county, a ltl annual meeting., and shall hold,office NOTICE

    uiKtn the hill and plunge Into .I known by the name of 'Pink' and philosophically i--i: X. J.ocd Florida.id corporatinu uua.its corporate name unti dL"ual5..d.ARTICLE VIL VTOTICli J: HEREBY GIVES; THIT r\.

    tie open gates. The villagers flee at'I I accepts the title. I have an shail have the right 'o accept purchase have, The of 11 der and'by virtneof a final de-e euUreJ
    hole lease and cuuvc) any piopcny. real, personal names the officers ot the corporation I tne cause oi William
    the first onset through unassailed or'' :\ uf Self tmmiafiilua.: are: follows William Young apin3t Stephen
    I acquaintance bold* a responsible or mixed whi1 may b uecessary 10 8 : Beauregard. President !rUlns. pending iu the Circuit Court Ol
    the
    secret passages. Some run the gantlet position wLo is known by the name of Let us *' ::tmiie ourselves: let us be con..trut.t, ojciatc sid rllro.ut dwon.fcllun Cnnlnglm.Icepreid"nt; Maria Ad- Fifth Judicial Circuit of in and for

    turough the ass-.iting ranks. All I .not.y.' It honest ;:"* we examine into the evidence aud have power and rigot to "rrw money Zachanab c"tary, enDe Glymp., Treasurer; I, Marion county in chancery Frid., wrd day of
    ; s ais that one day a mI,- and to issue boil Js fur same, StCUI ed by a mortgage Glymp. Chaplain December A. D. by
    the.Honorabie
    who ran carry a part of the family cLe\ous; girl dj
    treasuresggs, larva- aim pup. Like three prominent'dimples. Site promptly : wLat Le Is wht n he is alone with to operate erect such Mich buiUiicgs.machinery: depots and and do such shops other and altered. The bylaws ot this corporation shal be made, undersigned special to master np
    rescinArd execute said final decree
    or by
    their Brobdingnagiau brothers of the I dn'jbt'd him Diiunljind led. There is no ear listening that things in uccordaace witn the laws ot Florida: a appinte pmtc
    'Dotty now deem by I majority of members In regular ti on Jmlly Ou! day tt .iprif 4 Dj i
    to as it may meetng. h *
    human race, when disaster befalls their I lie I Is k1oto all his associates :i iI isj be wIsh to captivate no eye that he relating proper tor IL rairOI crr"uons. It shall ARTICLE IX. the hours of n o'clock a..m and a

    first care Is for their offspring. The i j *l ott ..' Another; man of my acijiiainl- seeks to favor. Just as you are with hate al. the rights. ana be subjected ta all the Indebtedness-The highest amount of indebtedness o clock p. m. ol said day. in Iront of the south

    .. fugitives; mount into nearby clumps of is Gcil. th.it you are really and will find liabilities as are Vro\dc in sub-chapter 5 of which this corporation can assume at door of the cur house, in Ocala. Marion cou*
    I I HKIV t..allt''muellt'arcl' Florida
    ahvnys be- KeLSttUI"' of f Honda and the any time u $150 ty. public outcry,otter for sale sat
    low wood plants whence they look I j (,:! :!'e he 1ms suMi a white and thin yourself to be on the !last day. So your law s amending the sameIt ,0 X will sell to the highest and bet bidder lor"h

    down upon the devastation of their i skin that if he does not shave daily his! drooping may be traced. A life itb- ana shall exclusive nave use power for for general the express business purp The amount in value of the real estate which the mortgaged u tallws premises in The said fna half<

    IUMIU*-with what filings For ono beard shows blue thro'igk it. That ont religion: fades. What water Is to corporation to construct and build docks this corporation may hold shall b Jjoo.a>. I' the suth a qurl'r twt northwest quarter o

    must suppose that the midgets do feel the plant what winding is to the wharves elevators and bridges, or to lease the Witaefs our hand and seals Urn iTth day of of section u.towoship 15, south of range n cast,
    woman's also
    came. too. came through a
    same; io uurcha-e, construct and ope'ate Marine February 1904 northeas quarter ot section 24,township 1-
    though sometimes he would fain hope | quick! vit. watch jut that is prayer to the Chris Kailwa and Railroad. Terminals at any WILLA3 BE AC-REGARD [I.. 8 5utb range aoall in Marion. county Flon.ta.

    i Otherwise. "In tian. Tlieiv may have been times punt upon Us said line of railioad. wh re Itt ELA CocsuiGHAM [L S or s much thereof as may b nepSar t sat.lsiysaidfioaldecreeand .
    | a <-ertain household a very fern- neCessary to give transportation, and Ma&IAADDISON fu S
    I cots
    "Moanw bile the invaders issue from ininc little woman is still railed 'The when you cried out "Ob. for a closer generally b to have all the power aa.i rights as JAXEGLVMP IL.S CARLOS L. SIS lit .

    the i walk with God!" If tiis is spirit are giteu u railroad corpomuons .and siinli be ZACliARIAH. GUMP ALI.BED& Davis Chancery.
    gates. bearing in their jaws the i Boy' I because! when she was a young your subjected to all liabilities as piovidtd uuder the state of I lI S Solicitors for Cm Spa ri 3 .

    PiHcan young and occasionally an !j girl she went through a serious illness you are naar the J.oro.P.t.lladion: laws of Florida, relating to sme. Marion Fonda County. jBeioi .

    adult. They take the home trail but which made it necessary to cut her hair C. refers. Baptist. Philadelphia.Anticipated ARTICLE IlL erne personally came Zachariah Glymp,

    not In ordered ranks. It is The amount oi Capital Stock shall one of the subscribers NOTICE
    go as you I short. Her younger sister said she was auth.lze t the foregoing Charter,
    !>y Shakespeare.; be Fitly Thousand Dollars, dlded tto and wno is to me kDUWU, and known I
    please now. They are welcomed back 'the boy of the family, and the dainty "Is Banutrly as egotistic as he shares of the par value oi $to per share; s me to be the person who the same, and to NOTICE IS HERESY. GIVEN THAT TUg
    as
    executors and
    "line ,
    by their black confederates who receive same shall be non assessable, and shall be paid duly acknowledged executrix
    I lady is still called by that absLIudnoun' that he respectively Ihe estate of John F. Dunn deceased
    looks? lor in lawful money of the United States when and executed the said Charter. sige
    tog will
    the captives and take tht'Ultht'lr"ery i I "I think! so. He wrote to a friend issued. 'iea per ceut ot the Capital block has the other subscribers whose names on&tlrdll

    own sisters perhaps-into the domestic i "An effeminate man WIS once called: been 5ubnb paid for.ARTICLE thereon ; ana be further makes oath appr ], the z day of July A. 1 tyA,
    not long; ago and in the course of theeommunk'atioim IV. intended in good kith to apply to the judge of .
    quarters. The soldiers hurry back to I j 'Viola' by one of the boys in the otfice.i ; : remarked that William Tbe term for which this Corporation shall and objects set forth cr. out the purposes Flund.at Ocala county, Fla. lor the purpose cf raa.m.k-

    the scene of action, for their work is not and know him else.Another settlement their
    i now we by nothing ZACH.RII accounts and for
    exist shall GLY3P.
    I Shakespeare seemed to have anticipated b nuety.tlne 199) )jears. final
    I yet nlshed.-llarper's Magazine. I ono of the bays iu the office !is ARTICLE V. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th di.hrge
    I In a somewhat rude and unfinished dav ol .rch. A. D. 1904. H. G. DCN.V.

    always called! 'Chesty.: and. though begot I form one of his (Bannerly's pet theo- The bu"iul of this corporation shall be conducted [Seal] Joiis E. BAIL!! W. A. HOCKER.Executor,

    first. he has President, secretary aud Treasurer, Notary Public for the State of *.
    COLLEGE YELLS. illJ.fat cheerfully
    i cepteu the new name now. may be filed by the same person). end by aBoard umlt_ IS 19. INS Executrix,
    I "Our I is in of Directors, to be elected
    % Cornell uni\"f'rsity-"Corut'lI t I yell. bookkeeper always putting \Vi'ip We Are! annualyby J

    jell yell! Cornell!" ; his oar when it is not at all necessary I A wise! npvrspaner swe should! be shall the be stockholders elected the,president and trout "ftr and NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.ON .

    Amherst-"Rah! Hah! Rah! Rah! i and I think now he will be known until I thankful that we are moderns and treasurer; all of whom shall b stckholders.

    Rah! Kan! Auiherst!" : the end of time as Jeneral: Butts heirs Ilf all the wisdom of the ages. and annual shall me.-ting.be elected which by tne shall stokhold be held at Ocala creating a special Tax School District at THE .4rH \OF AUGUST. 1904. THR

    Columbia university "Ray! Ray! : A friend of mine who Is always called Perhaps we should l he if we did not Florida on the first Monday ol May ol each Anthony. vouchers with Hon. present her account aa
    'Cheerful' does not know whether he is Ter. V-QTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAtAN R Bullfk county .
    Ray! C-o-l-u-m-b-l-a! I know that the a"t.'ramt'rican; imagines ; William N. Camp shall be President,Clarence 11 election will be held at Anthony Marion and ask tor a final stteoent ad discharge uadministratrix

    i called that because his friends believehe PIIu to be a n"w kind of silver Campshall be becicUry and Treasurer, and K.C. county Florid.between the hours jf S o'clock of Julia P. John
    !
    15eloit-"Oi-aye. yoh-yoh-yoh-Beloit son, deceased, this 4th day of
    .Camp shall be General Manager and snndo\n February. 1004.
    has cheerful : because
    B- '-l-o-1-t! Kah-rah-rah!" i ;i dss-positiou or polish :1:11: Sa:phn an attachuient to a William N. Camp,Clarence lamp, R.C.Camp lRCES.HOi.S&
    they consider! him a dt'l'rfulldlot. But. aad Frank Drake shall constitute TuesdayIil 5th. J. D. iy>4, 15 lem 6m
    of I piana-Wa>hin:.::ton Tiu\(':;. Jack Camp for the Adminlsrtn.
    University Pennsyh'ania"lIoorah -I at any rate he can't shake the name." the Boat d of Directors. All ot said officers sha pur of ceatnj a special tax sch.
    district
    Iloo-rah! Hoo-rah! Pennsylvania be continued in office to conduct the lhenthony special
    I Milwaukee SentineliicacuusleId'n I la the Parlor Too! the company until the election and qualification Tax School District, the above said district to NOTICE.
    be elected at .first include the following described
    their to
    ol territory:
    New gnlnlt'rll:1t Is the "e.rs.
    landlady'sdaughter election held uuder the of this Ar- The north haif of south,
    Princeton unln> Hooray I provisions township 14
    i't'ity-"lIooru) i; ..DoD...." playiu-? tick eat, and the south half of sections 31, rang a. Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of

    Hooray! Tiger! Sis! Boom! :; An inquiring: and aspiring person once Old Ill'Il'l'-\ mixture of airs from .ARTICLE VI. 35 and section 36 ot township, 13, rnge 3 and south halfof Chapter 45SS, Laws of Flirida.MOTICE .
    31
    Ah! Princeton!" I| asked Keaconsfleld to tell him the secret a lot of oty opersis-a sort of musical Tbe highest.mountofudeHeue5 liabilityto subject 6, 7 and is. of township township 13 range 14, range 23.and 23. !toa IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT D. K.
    which this
    f Lehigh university! "IIoo- rah ray! of social SUl'celis.hpvl'r discuss the I company of any Thousand Dollars elect three trustees of said special tax school 1> Dtiggjr.purchaser of tax certificate N
    hash. Jim\ know.-New York Weekly. itself shall be the sum Fifty o. .
    district, and to fix the rate of miliage i 2171, dated the sth day of \. D. tad
    Hon rail-ray! Hay. ray. ray. Lehigh! authorship of the 'Letters of Junius.' (j.o). ARTICLE VII. i levied for said special tax school district t b Tax Certificates No Apl a S"11 dt

    Lehi;;h! Lehigh! was the fl'plJ.nea'Outil'ld's. It is !impossible make loPe understand to next ensuing two years August:hl8 said crtilcll II my
    I The names of the subscribing incorporaiors Qualified electors at said election are all office mde dee1to
    !
    University of Chicago- 'Chicago! j biographer, Mr. Wilfrid i '!!''ir ignorance; for it requires these articles of incorporation are as follows, tered and qualified voters of said district regs Issue i* accordance wIt Said certificates

    Chicago! Chicago go! Go it, Chica-go Meynell. adds something positive to this knowledge to perceive! itNOTICE luG their places ui residence, with the amount pay a tax on real and personal property therein. embrace the follow described property
    I I each
    I subscribed and lor by set The situated Marion
    paid I following persons have been appointed r county, Florida, to-wit:
    __ _
    .. It. Chlca go It. Cblcago"Yale witty negative rule for getting on In the r opposite each ot their names: inspectors and clerk D A. Smith. E. Cbuns West hall oi stbwe quarter olltlwf

    ersity-"Rau.: rah rah! nah i orld. A distinguished member of par- ,, I NAME. RESIDE CE. SHARES CAPITAL OP and clerk H.D. Forbes,inspectors; and H. G. Lamb quarter quarter of of northwest quarter quarter of an .a. "

    rah. rab! Rah rah. rah! Yale!" I liameut begged the Victorian statesman I.I srol orer of the Board of Public Instruction, ter f nd northwest quarter of !Itbet quarter Qlu.

    I his W, N. CAMP..__Ocala, Florida _.....aooCLtRENCECAMPOcalaFlorith the day of March, 1904. of northeast quarter and east of
    tell
    Yale's yell is quick and sharp. to young 'on something to rememlier _.._.. s 5 G. quarter of southwest quarter hal Ilhwn

    Harvard university-"Rah, rah. rah! something that would bflp: JACK CAMP ...Ocala, Florida__.._,.10 Attest; 5. SCOT Chairman. section 14. and commencing norhr"t noheu quarter

    Rah, rah, rah! Rah rah, rah! Harvard I to make him an agreeable; and popular R frKAMilJKAKE C CAMP_-._..Ocala.Ocala. Florida Florida._._..._........ to 5 W. D CABS, Setry. [umh5t| corner son of southeast U township quarter 17.of range aurhw 24. thence quarter

    !" Harvard's yell is long and member of 'society.L'eacousfield; luth -, west So rods south 10 west
    r.
    State of ICounty 32 south 1.68 rods west ncnn
    deep. hedged."Model yourself Flrid. NOTICE. r 2 8
    43 I laTon. i 51 ,east 51.88 north rod*. et3854rods
    ros
    I Drown university-"Rah! Rah! Rah! after your father. he said to the lad i hereby certify that before me personally north 15 e. IU r: north aSeast675rod.es4 ".

    This was not altogether satisfactory.ami : appeared William N. Camp Clarence lamp. 13 5-8 rod-i of beginning -
    ,
    Rah! Rah! Rah! Brown Brown Notice of for
    Tax
    I Jack Camp. R. C. Camp. and Frank Drake, each Application Deed Under Sec all in section 14 township 17. range U
    Brown! Kl yi, ki )'i. kl yi! luck the M. 1 insisted upon a definiterule to me well known to be tne person and persons ton 8.Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Florida. The said land heiDK assessed n the date
    i of (:OIlJUl t.Yell. bo subscribed hu and their names the fore the issuance of such certificates in the name ortnknol'a.
    blcki! Uoorah! (Three times.) w t IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
    NOTICE DO E. D. and
    "\ tuy boy," said Beaconsfield, I going articles tucorporaticu, and each cf Pasetto, purchaser of Tax J F Unless Rous.sid Cote teos shall
    himself did acknowledgebefore
    them, severally lor cate No. the and day of July. AIX
    lite &ant.viiit aud the JI....... "be amusing. Never tell unkind stories. me that he signed the said articles of incorporation 1694, has bi. date. in mv office and bertaleemedaccording to law. tax dee wit
    ofi.ait issue thereon on the 6th day of .
    Above all. never tell long ones." t as a subscribing incorporator has made application lor tax deed to issue in 19
    \ The Saracen called the moon Ca- Articles of In and said Witte my official signature and teal
    "rrattou. 8 lUb accordance with law Said certificate embracesthe of
    ( bar the Great, and the crescent still "Cribiug following described property nMarifn the 2d day Marh. 1004S.T.
    ,' I had subscribed for the amount oi Capit.l Stock Florida situate SISTRCNl.
    county
    \ \ Large 1.1. towil'
    surmounts the Turkish mosques and is hIs name.I 3 4 Clerk Circuit Court Co .
    I et opposite Commencing 410 feet north of southeast cor-
    emblazoned on the green standard of An KngliMiauii visiting: Lake Tahoe fut iher cei tify that mv commission as notary nor of northwest ijuarAr section 15 township

    the prophet Schlegal mentions a story asked a native if there was any good .__.- public expires oa the 6th day of July. A D. 15 range 2.. thence south Sih leet. west 300
    1903.iu. feet.north ito feet north west to NOTICE
    j that Mohammed "wished to pass with fishing in the lake. Ol AppuMliolor Tax Deed f oucr section Sot wtUl whereof I have hereunto set my point of beginning 3"
    ?' hand and affixed my official &at. th>s the uth The land being assessed at the date of
    f .;Hhis disciples as a persou transfigured "Oh yes. stranger Chapter 4Sw I.a..ol Honda.VOTUK sid
    day of :March A. D. the issuance of such certificate in tilt name Notice ot Application for Tax teed Under Ste
    In 3 supernatural light and that the 113t kind of fish do you catch h HtKEBY: GIVK THAT J D. [Seal] 19 T. E BIGGS. of I'nknown.
    S,of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida.
    credulity of bis followers saw the hcre" -1 Rettrtoii, IlIrch..4'rul: Tax ,er'Incu'Lr o. notary Public Stats of Flurda al Large. Vni-.s Sid Crtifte shall be redeemed ton
    all UincK I 664.dated the 4th Gin Xoiembr-:-. 'It.. D. 1 '95, according to tax dc will issue thereon IS HEREBY THAT -
    : luoon or the moon's light, descend up- 011. stranger. bas hUd aId ctrtifinle in mv office anti has State ol Florida, ) the igth day of 1904. NOTICE. Clyalt. purchaser GIVE Cef6te
    i: on hitu pierce hU garments and replenish "What Is the weight of the largest made application for tax detfd ti>issue in ;;c- Marion County./' Witness my official signature and seal this the No*. 870 S72. 874. 131 r. 172 date
    fish you ever caught; *:" tord uce with Uw SaiJ certificate tmbracrs Before me personally appeared William S 13 day nf February, A. D 1034, the 1st day of juty. A D. 1901. '
    him. the l.eUu..ir.g described property situated in Camp. Clarence amp. JacK Camp. R. C S T. SISTRfNK. dated Aug. 7. 1' has filed said certificate IB .
    "Wanl. stranger. we don't take of the subscribersto 2 19 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. application for tax deed
    (' That veneration for the moon which Manuti couniy. Flon .! weighing machines when we goes fishIng .quarler of bouthwe quarter ef the above proposed charter. who being duly to issue in accordance with Uw. Said certificates
    still --- -
    forms a national or, rather religious north..e-.t quarter.section, 32.to"'nship 14. range sworn by me. each upon his oath did state that : embrace the following described pro
    characteristic of the Mohammedans and I am an honest man and they constituted a majority of the subscribers to ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS erty situated in Marion county, ".Ir. towit:
    21.1'he assessed at the date of Articles oi of Crystal Commmencing 10 chains north .
    wouldn't like to say how much that said land being the above Incorporation .
    may i> rhal'! have its foundation the *issuance .f such certiacatr in the name of River Railroad Company, and that it is intendedin corner section j-J township 14. range 2 thencenorth5ehains.east
    In the elder superstition or pagan Idolatry last trout I caught would weigh. ButI Unknown. Inlets said certiS:ate shall be n- good faith to construct,maintain and operatethe 12 chains, north $ "Ia.a*.

    of the Arabs." tell you. stranger; that when I pulled dctmcd xai'iiug I. law. tax teed!! will issue railruad mentioned in said proposed charter.W. east S chains so.ith 10 chains,wt a chan.to
    t.: lake thereou on the lOth tidy: of April, A D.191. N. CAMP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- pint oi beginning. 14 acres west thret-
    fish of the the
    that out water
    \itness fly official Mgnature and seal this the CLARENCE CAMP. lelate.distributees and al persons I ot southwest quarter of northeast
    Not UN Panlt. went down a foot. Birmingham iTlh day of M. r :h. A. I). i>*>4. Rl.C.\YP. having demaud against estate of quarter except noyards north ard south by
    I S T S.ISTKUXK. JACK P. Jonn 'K. ;dwards decu.e. to present thesamewithin 2l yards east and west in northwest corner
    A doctor was summoned to attend Post. 11'1'-15 Clerk :Circuit Court Marion Co Ha. FKANK DKAK.2: two jtarsoi will b barred I section 3 township 14 *>ulb. range l east, and
    the miller's before this nth this the 3rd day of February. 1904. east east half cl northwest quarter ofsouthwest
    little boy. He wrote out a Sworn and subscribed me day
    -- -- -- -- DOLLY C. EDWARDS. quarter and quarter of
    IWslinlntle lew.
    March, A. D. noe
    prescription, which was promptly made ol 194 2561 Administratrix. southwest quarter of quarter and
    ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. T. E. BIGGS,
    Sentimental'if (reading from a
    up and administered in due form. The [Seal] Notary Public south half of northwest quarter ut
    --- --- - -- --- -
    tio\eli-"And. claspiuif the beautiful southwest quarter of southwest quarterof
    nest day he called again to see his -- section township
    patient 14. ,
    ------ ---- --- NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor range ;?
    girl to his heart the hero pressed his 1> HEREBY GIVfcN THAT I WILL 3
    25 lots 14. !5sub ol northwest -
    and found the whole family in NOTICE acls. ant
    ,., 12th. to Hon.
    her brow. 1904. present southeast quarter of _
    burning lips to snowy NOTICE quarter 1. 4'
    Bullock in and for Marion
    tears. Robert county judge r township 10.range 22. in acres and northwest
    shouldn't Practical Husband-Yes, and I'll beta county, Florida my accounts and vouchers for : ", creating a Special Tax School District quarter of northeast quarter ot section 33, township -
    .\las! said the mother, 1 t
    dollar! to a doughnut he'll be down final settlement as administrator of the estate include Keddick and i 14. range 2 east. t aCe and on,imdtrtonethird
    have that child! would ot E. M. Heudeisan. dc-ieased. and will ask lora IowelL'
    thought my poor interest in 4 sub of G
    for Tax Deed Cnder Section S 8rwi
    : with pneumonia in the next chapter. final discharge as such administrator. Dated Of Application N'OTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN I Grant S
    place in Hiinclos 35 33 acres.
    I have died of the "Measles. Cincinnati Enquirer. this March, i-'4. of Chapter 4SS8 Laws of Florida. will be held at Keddick. Marioncounty. 1 Tne said land being sessed at the date of

    "What!" excluded the: doctor. "11( W. T. HENDERSON. Admr. HEREBY GIVHN THAT Z. C. tlorid.between the hours of'o'clock the issuance such certificate in the name of

    had the measles and never toldzueParls 311601 KsUteol h.; M.Hender:> Deceased. NOTICE Cmbh". purchaser of tax CertificateNo. a. m. oi J N. Choate. W..0. Thompson and Unknown
    you Severely Frattlcal."Don't the 5th day of April. A.D.iSoa. 'luirtlayIptU j/A .1. D. 1904, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ac-

    Journal sometimes wish could t075 certificate isoz of October jrd. 1891. far the purpose ol creatiug a tax school cording to law. tax deed will issue thereon
    you you NOTICE OF MASTER SALE.OTICE bas filed said certificates in my office and district to be known as the spat and Lowell O the 29tn day of March A-U.1904.
    write your name on the scroll of fame?" has made application lor tax deed to issue in Special Tax School the above proposed Witness my official signature and seal this the
    ; 111* Orrtipatlou.Calvert. accordance with law. certificates embracethe Dlstnc 24th dav. uf Lf.iqo4.
    Tin not worrying about that. answered sid district to include tolownl descnbea ter- FebT A.
    is uncle doIng following property situated in S T SISTRUNK.
    Jr.-What your deL
    IS HEREBY GtnHT UN11 ritor
    Senator. Sorghum. "The scrollof Marion 2 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. .1a.
    county Flond.towu' All of township south, east
    now? der and bv virtue of a final decree in the 13 range 2 except 2
    fame isn't the book that the bank circuit court of Marion county. Honda rendered Northwest quaiter northeast quarter oi sections $. 6. 7. 17. IS 19 20, 29 and 30.
    Baity Moore-Sitting on juries. February in a certain cause wherein southeast quarter section 17, township 15. range And to elect truel and to fix the rate
    i\
    cashier turns to when you want a 19 and in southeast corner of ijS NOTICt.ITE. .
    Calvert Jr.-What? I thought he SPENCER and EDWIN 21. nrth\est of millageto be assessed and collected for the
    Y.RGARI' of G A. Grant. township ran e
    check l''rtith'lshington Star. : complainants and ALBESTDAVENFOKT. acres Perpal 15 next two ensuing jears.Qualified .
    was judge In one of the higher courts. et al the undersigned electors at said eleoo are
    deendact 21.The said lands being assessed at the date of areg'tee
    and qualified voters TUB UNDERSIGNED
    is. Baltimore
    Baity Moore He master \ QUAIfE
    Hold Out Your Cheat. spcJ wIl the .nc 01 such certificates in the name of tax oa real and personal property therein. '' voters who pay a tax on real
    American. .Vtaitlar, the 4/ft tiny of .Jill-il, i9u .lex. Clayton and wr.fiam wcCartney nIe. the following persons have been appointed property, will on the na '
    Nowadays we are told "Hold out in front of the house door in the city ol sid certificates shall be reemc accordingto : inspectors and clerk: H. P Billingsley. C 11, a < .IriZ
    cur ; JVst Af./rwlojf n ,
    The Joke urn Her. you: chest" and not "Throw back Ocala within the legal hours ot sale sell to the day of tax deeds will. issue thereu the 9th Cam D. S Day managers ; and W. S. this petition to the Board. of 19.Public Instruction

    your shoulders." The shoulders will highest bidder for cash the mortgaged premises Apr.D.l signature and seal this the btewman, cerk present ol Marten Florida the
    "1 suppose being the wife of a humorist therein described to-wil. The east half of lot Wilnl' By order Hoard of Public Instruction county, asking
    Is continuous joke." said her take rare of themselves if the chestis of block 7s old survey city of Ocala. Sold to 5th day of March A. D, 19114. thii the ;th day of March. 1904. said board to call an election for the purpose of
    a 3. S. T. SIsTRCNKIimb5t' Attest C. S. SCOT creating a soecial tax school district to br knownas
    former schoolmate. held well up.-lIaxwell's Talisman.The satisfy said decree and costs W. W. CLYATT. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Fla, W. D.: CAl:. Chairman. the Fairfield Special Tax School District and

    "Yes" she sadly sighed, looking at a 25 Special Mister, Secretary. [nMhjt] to include the following described tetntoqr
    All of sections 5. 6 7.8 17, 'S. II m sad 30
    Floe."IHd of 21 section.is. .
    her faded jacket, "and It's on me.- township 13 sth range
    Slickun's house catch fire from adt'f't1n IJ. 23. 242j and of township 13 south
    p. Chicago Record-Herald. NOTICEA. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE NOTICE range 2 east. 1
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    Pleasurable. ':\0; an effective one. lIe bad it Insured E. Detouest administrator with will an- A Yonge. S. W. Yongue. L- W .. Cr-
    I for twice its real value-Ctnein- of Ed. Uelouest gi\r notice that on the The law requires that the fUte and county tie J DeVow, D. B. Mathews, [_
    It tickles a woman to death to plan DUe XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDI Haraey. S. Jming.K C Yongue. H 8.

    If she bad an Income or $20.000 a year anti! Times-Star. -- ,* .'' F ". :' '. ... i2tk dtzof SjlIo I90/ 1\ it urs,and all persons having claims against tax bojk of 1903* shall close on April tnt Smith. A. M. CQk,A. JODe A. Goacu.
    he will present his vouchers to the the estate of Hick. deceased to present Please pe yoslv auxrdiag'.y. A. B. Yongue.A H. Yongue. R. Yongue W.
    how much good she could do with thelurt .. cou-.ty judge for final settlement and a.k for a same within two rears or they will be barred. E. Yongue. A W. Yoogue. H G Yone T

    .. of It she amid not spend fur- i)eri't utet a will if it is a worn"is. discharge. This 9th day of March. 1904. This February 23rd, 1904. XfpUy. Grew, S. V Yoogue.. J
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    Japanese Scouts Fail To Fihd :

    Trace Of Enemy. : TEA-POT GROCERY :

    DEAD JAPS ARRIVE AT SASEBO

    Survivors Tell of Barve Attack on .
    Russians by Japanese Fleet-British

    Aihore Steamer-News of Coal from for the Japan Front Goes ::: TALK DOESN'T MAKE A GOOD STOCK BUT A GOOD STOCK MAKES TALK. 3 :

    Tokio, March 16.-It is strongly believed --- -..
    ..... .
    that the Russian fleet aban :::
    '" donee Port Arthur after the fourth .....
    attack was made upon it by the Japanese '..
    fleet and Is endeavoring" to each ---
    Vlkdnostock.Confirmation. .....
    ECONOMY -..
    of this movement is
    cot obtainable :::
    from any reliable .
    source, but recent acouflnf in the vicinity --
    ..
    of Port Arthur has failed to --- -i
    reveal life presence of any Russian .-....-

    that dash worships.the for Russians Vladivostock It seems should logical, where\ attempt enough it i is a f Is the Road to"Obelisk"Wealth-There's Economy in buyingl

    possible to dock the larger ships, ef- .....
    led
    a Junction with their armored
    cruiser squadron and secu- a base
    for operations land defenses.while possessing; adequate d Baflard Flour, because it makes 3 .

    The .....
    hopelessness of continuing at
    Tort Arthur is manifest while a dash

    Vladivostock!to the opinion might previously succeed contrary ex g more bread to the pound than others and -

    pressed. Vice Admiral is .
    Togo unwilling -
    .....
    to run the risk of dividing his .
    battleship squadron and continue to -d
    operate the six battleships together.If being perfectly wholesome Saves I
    the Russians should make an attempt ,
    to reach Vladivostock it is believed ......
    ..
    ; they will try a dash througfi
    the Korean straits rather than enter Doctor Bis! 3.
    the"traits.Japanese sea through the Sugaru -

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    Tokio, March 16.-The steamer bearIng -
    ten wounded and the bodies of :
    nice of the seamen who were killed ECONOMY'4
    in the Port Arthur fight on the 10
    instent, bits reached Sasebo. "
    The wo..a Jed and dead were chief --
    .." .....
    In
    ly participants the battle between

    The the desperately Japanese survivors heroic and unite Russian attack in praising on destroyers.the Russians the. Cannot be put into practice in a better way than getting -U..

    and tell a story of personal I fist"
    encounter between a Japanese sail -t1I 1:

    or Japanese and,the Stereguschtchi.closed captain on of the the Russians Russian When the the destroyer E the highest grade canned goods. This is the :-

    sailor sprang aboard the enemy's vessel filI ..U.U. I

    from and eprang met the at cabin.her one commander another Sailor, and but emergIng captain the? E kind we offer you in the famous Royal Scarlet "

    teaman was the quicker of the two ...- ....
    and felled the Russian officer by ,
    p stnfe'ng! him on the head with a cut = Brand. There's better
    lass. The Russian endeavored torit.e I I none in the world. 3.
    but the Japanese sailor kicked
    him overboard and he was drown ed.

    dead The on Japanese the Russian say there destroyers.were 22 We handle 38 varieties of Vegetables -U. .
    "
    the report of the death of Engineer ,
    Mlnamisawa was premature. He .....
    is very low. The Japanese dead : -1P
    were landed at Sasebo and received -U.
    Fruit Etc. of this brand them
    will full military honors. They were among
    borne on funeral carriages to the naval .
    .
    brigade headquarters. 1 -- ---

    Evergreen Corn, Lemon Cling Peaches, Salmon Steak, ==
    Nagasaki March 16.-The British -41"
    ih steamer Nlgretia with a cargo :: Stringless Beans. Bartlett Pears Mackerel, .
    .f coal on board for the Japanese
    government is reported ashore near ::: Hand Packed Tomatoes, Green Gage Plums, Lobsters, Etc., Etc. _-= ;
    8al bo. t __
    .....
    Mukden. March 16.From a Russian ::
    correspondent of the American : ECONOMYg ..... ,
    P'ess-The machinery of the advance ,::
    of the Russian forces are workin -
    /; smoothly from Harbin southward.The -4.
    running of passenger trams has -- ---

    Europe been are resumed without proceeding and cessation.the on Russian their Very way families cold to Is- the watchword here from the time the Goods area 3IE \

    ....
    weather accompanied by blizzards anduowstorv ...
    has been followed by .- .
    succession of fine days. The heal b --ell
    :
    and spirits of the troops are good. i
    ordered from the factories until
    Information has been received at they are
    headquarter that the Japanese are
    strengthening their positions In Korea. ......
    ---

    Central, of visited the LIne\itch Russian headquarters forces acting here in commander Manchuria on Sun- g delivered into the pantries of | .

    day.
    ieneral Zilinsky who is to succeed ,..- .--.
    General Pflug, Viceroy Alexieff's chief '
    of staff, arrived here March 10. f our patrons |
    Duke Cyril arrived here today onfcis ,.
    way to Port Arthur, whither he ......
    b going to act as, chief officer of -U.


    the St.squadron Petersburg.flagship.March 16.-Tte report IE We handle Groceries Exclusively thereby 3|

    from Nut Chwang that four Russian ....
    steamers have been sunk at the
    trance to Port Arthur after the re- "leaks"giving
    economizing probable
    tuoifc! of the battleship Rrtvlran is by .-
    authoritatively denied here. The Associated -
    Press is assured that with --
    the exception of the dispatch of yesterday
    line exclusive -
    -- this attention.
    from General Zelinski no official -.
    telegrams containing news offighting
    have been received in the last -U.
    \ 21 hours. Several telegrams relating .- -U.

    arrived to the but movements as the&e were of troops only have two : Yours for more business, :!

    of ttrategetic importance their impor
    tc.nr.m not be made public.

    Port Arthur, March 16.-All is quiet Z THE TEA POT GROCERY ,
    in the Port Arthur district and no e-
    Df\h has been received here from the -U
    aeon. of the land operations, where ,

    -movements are

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