The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."


--1ltUf" !" "flUUf! "Iilllf" "llf l>flllillllllli111Uillt" " "lllllllllf' "Ill1f"Ilf" "1111E'- I THE AUCTION SALE Of LOTS. SPEAKING The Woman's Hcree Mission Society. ----

The above organization, which has
I Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap jS I Attracted a large Crowd and Lots been in session in Ocala since Saturday 1 :: SMALL :

Sold for Good rices. I night closed their labors at noon *
: Is good with any water, but is Jeeially$ -2 I
f fc The auction sale of lots owned by TOMO1OVL Wednesday. Devotional services if
r adapted for Hard Water. lOe or 3 for 25c 12 BEGINNINGS i
-- Mr. D. d. Woodrow lying In the were conducted by Mrs. E. H. Swain,
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eastern residence portion of the city, of Monde, Ind., after which the II

--- "":-; .s-- and which had been advertised in I regular business was transacted at the !r.'I'I .

: this for week oft I I I morning meeting and just before alI I
paper a past, came !1 II
Serjator James P. Taliaferrowill I I Our business was started -
E'S -- according to announcement Tuesday jourumeat state officers; for tbe coming I
'' ; moruing. Everything wag carried address the people to- I I year were eleeled. I very small but did not re
I. .
/asI \ I out as advertised. Mary Bruce, the present I
-as ff O, a( -- About nine o'clock a spirited air by Borrow afternoorj at 3 o'clock;. eplenoid president was reelected, Miss I I main satisfaction of !.

". -- the Metropolitan band on the public'bqulI.rt' Bessie Turnbull, Monticello, recording
All out and hear him. customers made the change i
-. t j' collected the crowd together cone recretry and Mrs. E. K. II'
r i 1r I( and immediately free carriages began Griffith, of Jacksonville, correspond-j!! I :1 i

ii '+ Young Man in Trouble. ing secretary were also re-elected :
conveying people to tie ground i aud j I I _
--- _____ --- Quite a number of ladies attended Mr. L. 0. Gregory, after leaving [ Mrs. C. A. Roux, of Fernandina and ::1 1

-- O ala got into serious trouble and Mrs. Patterson I 1:
tbe sale. very of Dade City, were i !I' ,

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | About ten o'clock Mr. Joseph H. created a sensation on board the train elected tcict secretaries. Mrs. !I' 1,

. er Prescriptions receive careful attention Phillips president of the National between Jacksonville and Savannah.Mr. Carpenter, of Gainesville! )Jr:!. Harrison MUNRO( & [HMBlI'I!
-- --- --- '----- --- Realty Company, mounted a wagon! W. R. McConnell, formerly of of Tampa and Mrs. Zewadeki, ,

-- and in a inning voice.announced the this city also, returuing to (Savannah of Ocala, were elected first, second ji BANKERS ;

?111111111111ull1LII1111111iIIlIlu111111111111Ulalluallull1 t;' l1jl"b terms of the sale and began the workof from a visit to Miami, dropped his And third vice presidents.The i", Ocala Florida 'j I

-- -, -'-- the morning.The pocket book in which was a sum ofmouey society was given au iuviral'ion ;; I =--==..

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NIl tir"t! lot was started at Slat and and one of the trainmen to hold the next annual meeting at i h _

in five dollar bids: was qtrckly run up claimed that it was picked up by Arcadia and the invitation was ac-I :lrnteatattal.

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE Gregory, who denied iJe soft im- -
: cep.ed.
and! wjs knocked down to J. A. m E.BIGGS,

1 Jordan, of the Cable Piano Company p-Hchmeut and t'xl'r sled a willingness Most of the delegates left for their I 1s .
LANDS. fur $295. to be searched. He was: searched home Wednesday afternoon, but a I (Office in dry-Agaew Block.)

Mr. D. W. Davis, our enterpri-ing accordingly and a larger sum of number remained over uutil Thursday OCALA. FLODJDi.ii .

tire insurance agent, bid ott the next ojouey was fouu'l <>u him than MyConurll and were eomlimelltt'd: witb a ride L. HLLU.--

two at J-J45 tacb. The fourth \\askiuK'&ed claimed to have lo&t. The to Salver Springs Tuursday afternooa.
j If you hare any phosphate lands you wish to sell or down to Mr. L. F. Ballardfor theory is that Gregory took the O !ala has felt honored in entertaining Munroe &Chambh9 Bank Ocala Fla. :

1 I lease on royalty communicate with him. 1235. money out of the pocket book mixedit the delegates, and hopes that their J N. THOMPSON.

Mr. Judsou! Edwards, 'ather of with hi.. own aud threw away the stay among us has been a pleasantOUtr. :
1 Major Edwards, purchased! the next pocket hook Gregory was indignant i / Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp.SURGEON.Montezuma.

two lots $3)0 for and > Office next to Dr. Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala Fla. paying : one aud f 160

fir the other. and siiii that E-i Carmichael, Dr. Bergin, Pans, 111>1., writes: "I N SPENcEJLATTORNEY

Mr. who way on the train, had seen his have used Ballard's Snow Liniment;
S. A. Stand ley, our well known
. always recommei.ded it to friendsI -ATLA W
I my ,
horse dealer, was lucky in obtaining mousy and could testify to his having I as I am confident there is no better! OCALA r-s-v* FLORIDA

r. ... UiA ELISABETH: EA5SIS, Local Editor Mrs. A. E. Dunn, ttr New York and the next lot bargain, for which ht such a hum.Gregory j! made. It is a dandy for burns. Those H. CHASE

I her sister, Mios Lillian R>Uf\ ton of paid tm. just before leaving Ocala I who live OQ farms are especially liable J --.:.

I II claimed to have been bbed of *3.5 to many accidental cuts burns DENTIST: ,
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. St. Augustine, will arrive in Ocala in Mr. E. T Helvenston, who has I ,
bruises which heal OCALA FLA
rapidly when B.1lard's
a few days to visit Miss Ethel Sinclair. watched O lil's growth during its and several watches! (the propt'rtyof
I Show Liniment is It
-- applied.
I his customers) by a man whom he QARLOS I.. S1STRCJ.K
Charlie Moody came in Wednesday i Miss sue Bar bad befriended. It will be
Jacksonville.Mr. afternoon for Y lami to spend several in the way these lots were selling lemeoi- for cases of emergency. 25c. 50c. and ATTORMEY-AT-UW. _
from bered that Gregory bought out S. E. s$1. bottles. Antimonopoly Drug Room 4. Masonic Building, Ocala, Fla. s. "i
months with her sisters, Mrs. J. M and bid off the next three, paying for : --- at
Rowe, who was doing business on Store. m II --
R. R. Carroll is suffering with I Jackson and Mrs. S. L. Patterson. them respectively, $180, $15.5 and $60.
North Magnolu street, and in connection Yesterday afteruooa three loaded
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'0 an attack of measles. Messrs. G. R. McKean and C. V. \\UeIVEJt and MAfflAI !
The best physic; Chamber 's Miller with selling fruits repaired freight cars on the A. C. L. got loose I
purchased the next two lots, I
Mr. F. M. Long, of Ju'iiette. sprat Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to paying |105 for each. watches he i is a brother of Mrs. from the engine aDd went downgrade
take iu effect. For sale I
4 r TuewUy iu the city. Antimonopoly; pleasant l-rug Store w hy I Mr. C. J. Phillips purchased the Messett, of this! city. He was turned at a twiffic rate of speed in .

over to the authorities, Lut aa the I the direction of _the Y and finally
l ---------;- I twelfth lot, paying) ISO for same.
Mr. Martin A. Yl*>r, of Ybor City, Mr. F. C. Barnes Las recently accepted Messrs. CbIiS. Peyser. aud Maurice robbery was A)mm Sited in Florida be collided with some cars on the track iI

was visiting iu Ocala Tuesday. a position with a Cincinnati Strauss could not be tried there. It i is not some distance out, knocking the 1 I I
purchased next four lots II
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-- novelty house as! traveling salesman, 'UO for known what disposition will be madeof same: oil the track and doiuKt-on-ider- I I -
paying $ the four.
Robinson La. returnel FUNERALDIRECTORS.
I '". Mr. George K, :
and is now at work in the southern him. I able damage.. :
., foru a several days trip An-ndia. The next two were sold to Mr. F. I (

part of the state.Mist O. B. Weihe for J110, which completed How to Ward off an Attack of Rheu Registering lit the Ocala House, j i 1 .

Dr. W. H. Powers weut up to Jacksonville Hattie R
Wedutsday t > ste his father, Tickets were then given to all "For years when spring time came {'biaus, Mr. and Mr*. I.. snow B burg, Pa whu has 't't'U thvclitrmiug I pres.eut on and I weut iuto g.,rd"uiu'r, I was I Have full<>tock of CattIas. Caskets
who i is < Uiteill.Mr. for chance at the "free lot field, Miss Elisibeth B-lfield! aid I
agaiu a
| of Mis Miller ;
vioua for
guest pat sure to have an attack of rheumatism and Bnrfl Outfits: Special given toEmbalming

Hekitville t'ort-e mouthy left Weduesdny f.:'r her tins being the most interesting feature and every attack was more severe Miss Helen CUrksou. They had I I III I ".Jc H.
Aikiu.s of ,
It. E.
the *' Joie been down to WeirsKle, where Mr.I
home mush io the regret of her IUHfrittni'5 >' of the day. The tickets were preceding one,, sap I

1 wahaiiion!: the strangers m the city she uude during her visit.' II> collected aud placed m a big box and )1.'[).)nalfl, of hu, Logan eouuiyVstVa. Belfield owns property to OrderCO. :
f 1 utMlay.f \\ "1 tried everything with
well mixed r>yIr.. S. A. Mandlej
f tars city. ___ __ no r.liefwhateverunto I purchased
.MtLne one of St.Augustine's who selected Mir I
Louis II. Violet Harris to
)(r. Ward, of FlJnl Ciry: Las a bottle of Cbamberlaiu's Paiu Balm,

I i prominent citizens vas purchased the laif;ou ,0ckla' w haan.nut draw oue ticket from tue number and and the first application gave me ease STRAUSS & ;

in Ocala Tm.lay. : on reading the name she had drawn it and before the first bottle was used I .
>ju-t opposite Mr. S. A. Stand- ,
Now I feel
felt like
a new person
found that :
was Mr. L. F. BaJlard
II Icy, and *e understand: will builda that I cured but I OCALA
who ha teeu am always keep a FLORIDA
1 Mrs. \V. V. Newsom, the lucky winner.. ,
handsome residence thereon aud bottle of Chamberlain's Paiu.Balm in
quite sick for several weeks, is* sufficiently It will be noted that the i
', will more his family to Ocala l to gross sales the house, and when I feel any symp- Wholesale} ogd'etoil) Liquor Dealers.STRAUSS' ;
recovered to beout agaiu. reside. amounted to $ 640, being an excellent toms of a return I soon drive it away ;

price for lots which three months with one or two applications of this
Col. and Mrs. J. O. Avery, of Massachusetts Miss Lillian Golduarner, of Eliza. ago sold for less than 11100. liniment." For sale by Antimonopoly ,

have returned from St. bethtown, Ky., who has been the : Drug Store. iu -

Petersburg and are again visitors to guest of Mrs. E.; H. Mote at Leesburg, Robbed the Grave. '
I A startling incident is narrated by Returns to the Church.
Ocala. L_ for the past foir weeks, came up to N S
John Oliver of : j
Philadelphia, a5 follows Mr. J. Anderson at time
\Irs.Jaml'lt Eugeor, who has been Ocala Wednesday and will be the : "I was in an awful condition. one ___ .

visiting her hUl>baud' mother iu guest of :Mrs. Charles Rheinauer for a My skiu was almost yellow, eyes regarded as the most eloquent minister i,

sunken, tongue coated pain continu in the Methodist Episcopal
Atlanta fer several weeks returned week before returning home. :
ally in back and sides, no appetite, church South, and who, it will

home Wednesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Bright, of growing weaker day by day. Three be remembered, severed his connection I IX LFJEGISTEED

E. 11'lhou a lromiueutyouug.bu"ine Toronto, Canada, who have spent a physicians had given me up. Then I with the church about ten years
I was advised to uselElectrie Bitters to .
of Jacksonville, ;
man, portion of the season at the Ocala ago to accept a position as receiver of -
the first
my grt'atj"y, bottle made: a
was transacting business In Ocala House, left for their home Wednes decided improvement. 1 continued the Gulf National Bank at Tampa [ ] ;

Tuesday day. )Ir. and Mrs. Bright are amongour their use for three weeks and am now and when the affairs of that bank

regular: winter visitors and are i a well man. I know they roboed the were closed up accepted the positionof
Mr. W. H. Palmer, a prominent grave of another victim." No one BALTIMORE RYE
always cordially welcome to Ocala. cashier of the Exchange National "iI
member of the Gainesville bar, was should fail to try them. Only fifty

in Ocala on Tuesday and registeredat J{ ). r.T..B. Snyder, 'Ocala's popular cents. Guaranteed at Tydings & Co. Bank, of Tampa. For several years

the Ocala House. haberdasher, has bought the residence : druht!ists. m past Mr. Anderson has been I FIVE YEARS OLD. a

engaged in the life insurance busi
on Ocfclawaha avenue now' The reading club at their meeting

Miss Gertrude P"reda left Tuesdayfor occupied by the family of Mr. J. M. with Mrs. Frank Teague Tuesday ness. Ou Monday night at the ('ul- .

Mo. where she will pepper tent revival now going on In 4
BL Louis, Barco. This property belonged to afternoon studied most interestinglythe I '

spend the summer with her mother Rev. C. E. Powell, of Valdosta and life and works of the Germanpoet I Tampa, Mr. Anderson made a public

and sisters and to take in the grt' tupobitlOll. confession of his many tranagressious -
is one of the prettiest places in town. and critic, Leweiug. Mrs. J.J.

Mr. Snyder will not move into same Gerig read a paper on his life and and announced bill complete re FOUR Bottles, $2e90
conversion to the Christian Delivered
faith and ti
for several weeks. Mrs. Teague read his criticism
of : on
Dr. J. ::). Lewis, of Irvine one
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"The LaO both of for an hour electrified the large
the oldest citizens in the eouuty, wasa Mr.W.H.Redding, brother of our 'I r. <'OOn, which were Bottles
audience with an eloquent sermon on (fcO
visitor to the city Wednesday and J. D. Redding, one of the wealthiest I very instructive and< interesting. the and = 12 Delivei >0.5 0
I Next folly of sin.
Monday afternoon the
his friends of the "old guard" were citizens of Cuba, has purchased fromthe meetingwill
be I It is believed that it is Mr. Andetson's
with Mrs. C. C. Todd and the
glad of theprlvilegeof shaking hands Cuban government the Tri cor-
club will read aloud Lessing'a intention to return to tbe
with him.WaNtEDBoys. nia railroad and will equip it and put
"Nathan the Wise," and will Methodist church and again enter the
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it in splendid shape. Mr. Redding is ;4i;
to make ballets, at once current events. ministry.
Ocala Manufacturing Co.. Ocala Fla. 3-iStf the largest real estate: owner on the -

r island and has a palatial home in RJcNU 1R'or. I fOLmIlONEYA. TAR .
Foa SALE-A large horse suitable for laUD
.,. work. Inquire at Steam Laundry. ;-19 Havana. 4to'.the eon Idh and h.alle lvtnefr I II Orders Filled Same Day !Received



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..N.taNN.N.NHs.N. ( ....' THE PHOSPHATE CITY. MciNTOSH ITEMS. Military Inspection. I, {

.\F\CEME\TS. t MedicineThere l
Spring Adjutant General .J. Clifford R
..4..e44.44..4......4.... Vegetables r
The rain this week was a God send Foster and Lieut. C'jlouel l S T. Nor- t
and The Number -
FOR MlERirp-I here by announce myKlf can- ia no other season when good These Who Come Go-
did tt for the office of sheriff of Marion county medicine is so much needed w in the of Arrivals Show Hew the to the trucker and will tlco s" orlh thousands vel, of the United dt+tea ann) retired to bring good prices mast have i

subject to the action ot the democrrtio primary. of dollars to us. were in Ocala yesterday and both sizeandqml '
If nominated and elected I promise to perform Spring. Town is Growing.
the duties of said office to the best of my ability, The blood U impure, weak and Messrs. Clark and Brit Sanders, of The Episcoptl church at Oaklawn last night at the armory. inspected the ,

HENRY CORDON. Impoverished-a condition indicatedby will soon give an entertainment the Ocala Rirt-s and found everything in ity. ,
Hernando, were among our visitorsTnurtstay. Even :
pimples and other eruptions on the proceeds to go to the painting of excellent shape. =: '
FOR REPRESENTATIVE.To ; good soil L.. ,
tAt DtMiifratie Voter of Marion tnunty, face and body, by deficient vitality, their church the date will be given Besides the officers there were fifty is made '*
Flarvla. loss! of appetite, bet of itrength, and Mr*. Barnett who has been running later. I
three better
men in line and Surgeon! Carlisle by .,
I hereby announcr m- tell a candidate for the The 1
The Central is also running
of animation. ,
legislature from Marion county subject to tbe want Vegetables! selling well and the and his hospital corps were also the use '!, ,
democratic primary and toticit the!; support of Kibler House. ofaf' r. r ,
Hood's Sarsaparillaand farmer is in it if be has the stuff to present. -
my democratic friends 4 Mr. A. Frank paid thu town a I .
CARLOS USITRUNK Pills pleasant l business call Monday.Mrs. ship. Cabbage are selling f. o. b. For some time past Capt. Sash/: and n.a. inGEPI'N*'

jf !!. 5 and the man who has them is Lieutenant Graham have extra I
Foa SHERIFF-I respectftfUy announce my Hake the blood pure, .vigorous and L. B. Jackson, formerly Miss given I
candidacy sheriff. If tie'ttd I promise to feeling good. attention to the boys and ro Pot !, :fA':
discharge! the duties of the office faithfully, impartially rich, create appetite, give vitality, Delia Milligan, is visiting her sister, company
The dry weather has rut the bean te..L/5a -i
and to the very best of my ability.J. strength and animation, and care Miss Daisy.Sheriff perhaps, in the stale has a better I
.L. SMOAK.: whole crop one third but there is still a good standing at headquarterand V
all eruptions. Have the family Nugent, of Ocala, was in on n'.wi1'-, ,) 'r .
PUBLIC begin to take them today outlook for this crop. their part Geueral Foster i u 21. prime Fi HIe C '+ S 'r" .
Foa SrpERINTKXbEXl OF Dunnellon Friday shaking: hands wrl '
ICSTarU'OJiThrough: the columns ot the "Hood's Sars j>ariIa has been used in i Al Rodgers was ia town a few days favorite. *'": 1 \'. ': J II

Banner I ask the support of the citizens of oar family! for some time and alwayi with I with his many: fri-uds. ..... .' .... '. ,
since. He says all of the candidates General Foster and, Colonel Norvel Sea \ s+.c. nr '
Marion county for the nomination of county good results. Last spring I was all rundown I Mr. H. Moyers was quite nick last \.t. .. '" \J'
Superintendent of Public Instruction. I wish ; and got a bottle of It, and is usual have a good show to win, and that he were very much plei'.d .with the ...-...._ ..........-.J "
to thank them for past! favors and if re-elected received great benet t." Uisa BicuxBorer. week tout we are glad tore him out will tie shentf': John U-tiloA-ay and visit here. I
I shall make every efJart to improve the !schools Stove VI. I' '011 the str aigaiu.
along all lines. Respectfully. Henry Gordon say that! they have I
W. D. CARN. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to 1 Judge and Mrs. Bullock were in our Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
cure and keep the promise. I also. Fight it out, boys. "For ten years I had chronic bron
I were
I thriving city Monday. They
FOR SHERIFF hereby announce myseli a That fellow Erwin in 1 last week's chills so bad that at time I could ttk
candidate for the office oi sheriff of Marion here to attend the crystal anniversaryof ;
county subject to the action of the democratic 0 SUBURBAN CITY. I Banner advocated just what the pea not speak above a whisper." Writes
Mrs. R Sanders.
Mr. and
primary to be held May w, and it elected will ple want, a local "no fence," and it Mr. Joseph Cottmau, i 4 Mount Morenci -
attend to the duties of the office to the best of Miss Hough, of Gulf Junction, was Ind. "I infrt nil remedies .
Life Billemw Winter Visitors
was tbe
argument we ever
my ability. Soliciting the support of tbe democrat shopping in Duunellon Tuesday.Mr. available, but with no suwen Fore
voters.I am Yours,des Like SwaiUws, Homeward Flying read. In every point be made wa I SEED
J. Fun PELOT. Jewett, of Ocala, was numb-red i lunately my employer suggested thatI .
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley and Mr. E. for such a law. Why if you can't I try Foley's Honey and Tir. Its ttn.t.Tluvttv Desrrva! y ur e nfl ri
Dunnellon's prominent visitors :
Foa TAX AsstssOH-Believing that I have W. Terrell left Thursday for their among make a better discussion on this subject I effect was almost miraculous and I ::\. > '.ail./ ..
filled the office of Tax Assessor to the satisfaction on Monday.Mr. I am now almost cured of the dread 1: S11J t.V a'i < al.rs.
t home in Fitchburg, Maas. ; Thursday "go away back and sit down. IB Ii 'tye.l Aitmmlt
ot most people and knowing thai am B. K. Thrower, of Gainesville, i disease.! Oo my recommendation ).::j. frf.D.IH.rEHiy.
r now qualified and equipped to do the work as also saw the departure of Mr. andMrs. It is as poor a defence as we ever
rile the voters of was in Dunnellon Tuesday.Mr. many people have used Foley'sHouey co.
well as any one I respectfully Washburn far Sarauae Lake, beard, and all the points are favorable I otuoit, sues.
Marion county for a Domination on the lath and Mrs. C. Y. Miller,of Leroy, and Tar, and always with
of May. ALFRED AVER. X. Y., and Dr. and )[rs. Orlando to the "no fence," that is the satisfaction. PO tom e Drug tort.m
were among the arrivals at the Kibler I I I I .
Muter for Worcester, Mas- ground for such a Uw. Thank you, I
Poa THE LEGISLATCRC-I want to represent House Monday.Mr. .
Marion county in the next legislature and to Mr. Charles A. Tremere delightfully coo.e agaiu ; such pieces as: you writeare
citi- W. E. Dow is a guest at the
democratic EA
that end solicit the vote of all entertained a party of fifteen Thursday just the thing. The "razor backs" S BOA ED
Lens at the coming pnmaries. Kiblt-r House.
JOHS B. FLOTD. with a long drive and dinner, and goals should be fenced in, for if j

FOB COLLECTOR-I aanouacc m>| candidacy al fresco, a most enjoyable form of COTTON PLANT. they are outside they are likely to I

for theotHceof tax: collector furl| Manon county diversion at this season of the year. ruin soon crops and the owner get i I: j_

subject the primary to the to action be held of theldemocratic May 10. at Mr. J. E. Hammond, of Oxford, March, 1904 pates into history the benefit and the farmer has no I Air Line Rail,, av. 1I

1?. L. CARNET. Mtu>s., who spent some time here with a record unprecedented in 54 recourse, but ouly loses his crop to i iI I

FOR THE LEGISLATCRE-I hereby announcemy year ago, spent Thursday and Friday years-less rain, lets wind and more fatten something not his. "What For S.\."'.lXX.lB, COLUMBIA. CiHDEY .SOl'TIIFItX I IVEJ..

candidacy lor member of the legislature in towu, regisieriug at the Seminole.An heat.A fools these mortals be." One manFloyd -
from Manon countysubject; to theaction of the RICH MOM), .l III GTO%. BALTIMORE. PIIILiDKL
democratic Drim try to be held May o. ice cream and cake sale was! light rain tell Sunday night -is the only individual advo

CEO. G. MATHEWS. held Friday evening in the town bail enough to lay be dust. rating such a law, and he can do I

-FOR TAX AsSKssoR-The many friend of J.e. by the Ladies Aid Safety of the Mr. Thomas Simpson came do'vu nothing without the consent of thepeople I PHI, \EW YORK

Mathews throughout the county, recognizing church. from Archer na turd and attended I If"
Baptist ay But .
his weave glad to nee such I ': V
bU worth and ability, hereby present
name to the democratic voters oi Marion county Mr. and Jars A. L. Lockwood and church at St. Johns church Sunday, II an honest man: in ibe field as John B. I Three Elegant Trains Daily

for the nomination for tax assessor in the approaching transacting business the Brick City .
election. daughter Friday for Jacksonville. Floyd for the legislature and everyman
MANYClTtZE->-S. >ir. Edgar Pelot ha been seriously Monday and returning Tuesday. in this great county should vote I fI 4
Foa COt"NTJCOI E-Ihereby; announce my ill for several days but is now reported Everybody in these parts are always for Floyd for his honesty and integ Seaboard ,

candidacy for re-election to the office of county as lightly improved. glad to see Tool. rity. Will some other candidate be I; florida Limited.
;the}action of the democrat.Cprimary ,
judge,subject to be held May 10,1904. The school trustee, elected at a Rev. G. F. Austin filled his appointment so plain as he i... No! for why theyare

-- -.---- ROBERT BCLLOCK._ rutftiugof tie patron of the school, here last Sunday, preach afraid of not getting the office i SEABOARD EXPRESS. SE0B00RD MAIL.

FOR COC-ITV TREASURE*.-If in the judgment held in tbe town ball Saturday evening lug from the text, "Be tilled with the they seek. We vote for honest men

of the people of Marion county I have which he handled to the sat I I
Messrs. WhUenant
e faithfully aD
county treasurer I respectfully ask their support Nelson, Lucius and Bryant.A isfactioaof large! crowd. to the people and he is the only II 'Modern Pullman Equipment.I .

in the approaching democratic Taos 13 PASTECR.primary. bazaar, con meted by the Ladies Mr. L. C. Bell, of Archer, than one. Give us your platform, ye candidates f '..

Aid Society of the Methodist church, whom there is no better pooled man I II and let !
announce I us see where you I THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a vearibuled tram, eom
FOR CLFKK CIRCUIT Cocahereby re-election to the of- is to (IKJ held each Friday afternoon in ou phosphate in the state, came I II stand. We do not want one speech poaed exclusively of Pullman Equipment; Dining Compartment Drawing

my candidacy circuit court subject to the the second of toe \Vhitticr down Sunday, transacted business in .1 room, Sleepers and Observation Cars operated solid, Sr. Au oi clerk of the story to suit and
fice at the I us one to suit the other Jacksonville to Sew York via. Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p.m.
a,tionof the democratic voters I take primary this op- block front to 6 o'cluck for the benefit Monday and on his return stopped section. Come out and be honest. | and Jacksonville 1 :30 p. m. daily.
election to be held May 10.1904 supportedme the with friends in Cotton Plant Only line Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to thank those who of society. over Are for I
portunity you dispensary or "no fence,
record in the office to New 0 leans.
in the past and trust my L'rs. Jas. tihedd:! returned Saturday leaving for his home Tuesday uoon.
has been such as to enable them to vote for working for a corporation on a salary i For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
S.SISTRCSK from Ocala where she has been for Some of the farmers in these partsare .
again. what do -
me or you desire to effect as a A. O. MacDONELL, A. G. P.Agt., Jacksonville. Fla.

FOR SHEPIFF-I hereby announce myself a several weeKs at the county hospital, waiting for rain to finish planting seeker for office? JOHN SMITH. JOHN DOZIER. Agent. W.\Y. COSDCW, City Ticket Area

candidate for the office cf Sheriff of Marion where the went for treatment. She corn, while some are plowing their OCALA FLA.
to the democratic primaries to
county subject BLITCHTOM.
much in health.
returns improved 3
and respectfully -
be held on the loth of May pert j
solicit the support ot all the democraticvoters Mr. Ansel Polly arrived home Sunday Miss Hattie Barco, who now resides 1
of Marion county. Respectfully, Hurrah for the Ocala Banner.
P. CALLOW A Y. from Crystal River. in Archer, is visiting her sister,
JOHN Dr. Blitch, we are glad to is ;
Mrs. L. R. Kuhnt, of Pituburg, Mis.! C. R. Veal, this week. say, $1200. $1200.
FOB MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD-I respectfully out again and doing nicely. The doctor .
announce myself a candidate for re-election Pa., who has been visiting her cousin, Measles still prevail: out here.

ace member of the Board of Public Instruction Mrs. E. W. White, left for Jackson Keep your eye on the bonnets ntltSund.y has undergone more suffering
for Marion county from the Third District subject but keep your mind on- what several times than anyone else could. I
to the action ot the primary election to be ville Tuesday.Mr. .
the preacher says.A Mr. and Mrs. Sandifee in
held >fay in. 1904. B. R. BLITCH. William C. Doolittle invited all I
Cotton Plant farmer has a water
Ocala on last Tuesday AWAY
FOR SCrERWTB.NDE.NT OF PCBLlC INSTRUCTION the school children and their parentsto melon patch with some vines five
-I announce myself I candidate tor Mrs. G. A. Petteway, of York is
instruction ol an exhibition of the phonograph inches long. :
county superintendent The ladies interested will remember spending this week with ber parents,
Marion county subject to the democratic primary in the school house Tuesday evening.
of May to. If elected I shall work for the About that Thursday, April 7th, is dec- Mr. and Mrs. Hayne, of this place.
sixty were present to enjoy theevening's
best interests of the schools and county. oration at St. Johns cemetery.All .
day Mr. and Mrs. Wever were in Ocala
D. R. ZETROCEh entertainment.
come, bring dinner and spend the
Fla. Wednesday.Mrs. .
Central Mrs. L. !Sanford Mrs. F. W. Davis day.

FOR COMMISSION.-I hereby ask the support and Mrs. !Sara Bachtell and child, of Turner, living near Inverness,
of the democratic voters of the 5th districtfor GAIICRVILLE. is visiting Dr. Blitch and family.
my election as a member of the board of Bradford, Pa., and Mrs. F. T. Wentworth -
commissioners and will it elected do Dry weather in Gaiterville. Willie Marlow and sister, Miss
county of Bluffton, Ind., left Wed-
county.my duty as representative W. D. BOBBITT.of the entire nesday on their northward trip intending Oats and other field crops looking Arttie and Misses Maggie and Clifford THE HAMILTON-BROWH SijOE CO.

well notwithstanding the excessive Wever and Mr. Robert Worthington,
to sl end a few days at Jacksonville
FOR CoIMtssiorEg.-lhereby announce myself Savannah and Washingtonen dry weather. of this place, attended a birthday tea
a candidate for re election: as member of
the board ot county commissioners and hope route. Cattlemen through this section are of Miss Maude Robinson at the homeof

that my past record in >capacity is ouch that Mrs. J. A. Mitchell returned Wed- still gathering their cattle, but for her father, J. E. Robinson, at Wil-
the \"OI.era.r the second district can support me utsdayfrom Suiumertield where she With Every Pair of Their Shoes
at the primary to be held May lo. some reason cattle are badly scattered liston, Saturday.Old .
H. W LO>C. has been spending some time.
JOSH. this year thus it gives the cattlemen Marion should be proud of a That You Buy You Get
FOR COUNTY COMHta.1O .-District No. 3. "" "" .j1. a
tor extra work. man like Hon. John B. Floyd. He
I hereby announce my candidacy county REGISTER.
commissioner from commissioner's district No. Mrs. C. M. Whitton has been very baa a smile for those who are against Chance at it.

3.democratic Marion!. county primary, subject ol May to to the, 1904.action oi the It democrats expect to participate sick for the past week but #. are gladto him and a hand shake for those who i 4

S. R. PYLES. in the primary election the first step learn she is improving. are with him and a fellow feels better

Foa COMMIX-.IOXER-I hereby announce my necewsary to be done is to register. Mr. H. E. Brass has accepted a after seeing Floyd, for he carries

candidacy lor commissioner Irom the fifth And to register certain other things position on the dredge boat, as has sunshine in hit heart and manners GET
district of Martin county; subject to the((actionof PARTICULARS OUR STORE.
the democratic pnm try election to be| held are requisite.Two also has Mr. Frank Rosa. t()('. 1 hope on May 10 he will get

May loth 1004. L.T. HICKSON. I poll tax receipts are necessaryand Messrs. J. E. Brooks and N. Brass: every vote polled, for he deserves it.

Foa SURVEYOR-I hereby announce myself a most be exhibited if tbe regitrli'tion made a flying trip to Duanellon last I would give him lOuO if I could.Mr. .
candidate for the office of county surveyor
subject to the action of the democratic primaryto officer requires that it be done. Sunday.A Floyd's idea will win fcr him several

be held May loth 1904. W.A. MOOREHEAD. Six months residence in the county light shower Monday night was a times his canvas by publishing Come and Let Us Sell You a Pair of the

FOE COUNTY: ISIOJiEa.-Feeling' that IMO and one year's residence in the state welcome visitor in this section. More hilt platform. Now, three cheers for

5th district satisfactorily on the represent board of county as commissioner commissioners the are also requisites and the person is needed. the representative of Marion county, Best Shoes Made and .Give You a t

hereby announce my candidacy for that ottering to register must have reached Gaiterville! received her first political Hon. J. B. Floyd, and say Floyd
position subject to the coming primary.C. when you get to Tallahassee keep us Chance \Vin
C. W. TURNER. tbe age of 21 years. shot last week. It was fired by to Enough so as to fi
po6te ___ ___
The registration officer is in Ocala Mr. Allen Rodgers, candidate for .
w.\\'TED.-SeveraIIDJlbtrious persons in A Chattanooga Druggist's Statement. be Shod the Rest of Your Life
now Tuesday sheriff but I fear he was shooting a
each state to travel for house established eleven every Thursday and Robt. J. Miller, proprietor of thRead

years merchants and and with agents a large for succe capital siul to and call profitable upon- Saturday, and, through a deputy random as chewing gum is too lightto House Drug Store, of Chattanooga .r

cash salary line. of Permanent$at and -U engagement.traveling expenses Weekly registration officer, the books will be shoot the Gaitervilleites with. Mr. Ttnn., writes: "There is FREE

., and Kxpenence hotel bills not advanced essentiaL in Mention cash each referenceand week. kept open every Saturday in every Rodgers next time you come to Gaiter more merit in Foley's' Honey and ,

.' enclose Dearborn addressed street, Chicago.envelope. The district in the county until the ville don't try chewing gum; use Tar than in any other cough syrup. 4]
The calls for it multiply wonderfully
16th of April 44 like Mr. Gordon of Dunne
your I( and we sell more of it than any other '
; IOLmllONEYANDm.to..th. r>ee that your name is ou the registration elloo. That .is what it takes for I' cough syrups combined. Poatoffice The Boston Store.

> .coy IJh and brats lung* books. Gaiters. UNCLE JOE. Drug Store. m




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, HEALTH i '

Delightful Affair at the Ocala House I I The Woman's Home Missionary S.j j

; OY4vt Monday Mght. I ciety Heads Annual Meeting.The !!

t Jt The rei'.p'iou given l>v the HomeMiMonary annual meeting of the Wo-

Society of th* Methodist rnan'a Home Missionary! Society of

church in the 0 ali House parlors the Methodist Episcopal Church,

'1) Mrwday night coiuplimfnttry to thevisiting South is being held this week in


&1'.4' There are about thirty visiting

: r. I 11 11J Iu the ret-eiviiig I'mer J l l }
j.! Mrs. J. P. Hilburn. Mii-i Mary! Bruce, morning at eleven o'clock,Rev. J.

! of Tamp, i ,e!'ident of the wwiety, Carpenter, of Gainesville, w'l nni- 1

b4KIHGi I j Mi** B-s.ie Turuliull, of Monticello, the annual sermon before the society. .

I I Mrs. Griffith, of Jacksonville! Iv.tv. The church was crowded with pea 41 jtf? ir'iii

i{ POWDER I .;. Cltrl't'ntHhiUI'l\villl: :', Mr \\'. ple anxious to listen to Mr. Carpenter r I A.X- KMwsssssransia >; r, r + tltt! Ill

D. Graham and Mrs. Frtnk Il-ffri. who used as his text the following i .ISS'jSa wr atc ran l 'rr er ac e.a Re -

Absolutely Pure :Mr*. W. W. Clyatt: and :Mr. W. H. versi"She has done what she I kSJ fc J g

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: THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Clark met the visitor in the small could," and from this preached avery I ?* SpZr&yTQ. L *-* A*> -liti *

j reception hail and ar-fcei them Into excellent sermon. I

, rite parlor, where: the receiving parry Mr.Carpenleris one of the ablest
I Woman's World's St. Louis
i SAJA ELISABETH EAJSIS. Local Editcr I StOO'i. preachers in the Methodist Confer Building Fair

During the evening Airs Je-s''e Lou ence in this state and his sermon
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( ABOUT TOWN. Martin, )Ir>!. D. E Mcl er anti Miss before the W. H. M. S. was a very -

; .HAPPENINGS. I Violet! Ih.rri'll'lt"t'IIlt'1hnlflil piano splendid and eloquent one. MR. J L. SMOCK FOR SHERIFF. S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER
solos and Mr. I Gondsell played In the afternoon three o'clock
at BUSi.1
of S.
:Mr.H.G.Dunn, Citra! was Twenty Years a Resident-His & CO.
'i..liuc'.ctinJtI mot beautifully. children's i
evral there
? \ was a mass meetingand
town Saturday. 1
Yoc.18olosb.r )lr... J. P. Hil- in the evening! at 7:30 Miss Mary ness Ability-Always Fair and Just. I
Feed and Sale StablesiWe
John IVIot has returned from a burn, and Mrs. T. H.)ohnsou, violin Bruce, of Tampa, president of the The Sartakes; jlevtur.- C'illing Livery ,

visit! to relative? a*. Manatee.MM. duet, :\1.'. Goodsell and Master Owen society, conducted the service and the attention of its readers to Mr. J.I

-- --of Clark; recitation, "Young TraverVKir delivered a very excellent address. Smoak's announcement for Sheri carry the most complete .
Oti.. \V.t*>n, Crystal
o. .. Mis Cruse, of address' which appear iu these! columns :e i
River, was in Ocala MomUy. t Hunt by Mrs. J. P. Hilburn made the I line of Harness, Saddles. etc .
While )1:. Smock i is not a native
Tampa, were greatly of welcome on behalf of the Ocala
1 WANTED-To luy'f'I"t't titans the parlor Floridian, heame here twenty year in central Florida, and will give i. h .
the room adjoining society and her address was respond. : .

, peanuts. O'.'ah Seed Store 12 4 it fruit lemonade was served by Misses eh to on behalf of the visitors by Mrs ago, just A)* he btcan lift- ns a joinluau ; our patrons the very lowest _; (\ 't\:. ., :.. ;

B. Mtrtin, of Ocklawuha, Harris. front the Old 1',1 l'ntt Matt'. W..fYJ
i Capt.J. Valeta Potter, t5/irallnd Violet Pfeifer, of Gainesville.All prices. We are thoroughly ':: f't: (

: is III the city on busings The evening until 10:30 o'clock was of these addresses were very He settled Ht Fleiiiintftiiii mind wurkei ;
j at his trade, %t:1wk-'lI11hhll! and ve. equipped for fitting out turpentine 'if(
, Mr. J. e audfurd Birdsey i* iu the spent| informally and the reception interesting! and the meeting was very t hurlbuildiug.: .....11I.. t1,.. ..'tr"laIHh..n.und and 1
lumber teams,
delightful gear
city and is Mopping at the Montezuma wa pronounced a very largely attended. ti> else Ilut klr's IIf Ocaia! ..,. '''''M ,. .

1 hotel. atldir. Monday morning Miss Bruce con- here h"l'li'llll :I teas,, amid dui writ: wagons. etc. 4 1 ... ro'lf1J"fo4I
9 J ducted devotional exercises after Ui'l that litha& Itl'l'UluU'It".1t'lIl1h.. r....... ._.'..1II.t, tJo.< ..., f.

The Knights of Pythias held a very Golf Tournament. affected but ht.ter, hs* rear.I a family \\ hoar We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
which au organization was ,
1. I interesting meeting at Castle hall The gentlemen members of the ornament to t tie (community Buggies and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons. ,
committees appointed and reports \orth Side Court HOIIM. Ocala. Flu
r Golf club placed -
Monday night. Ocala Hights )[Siuoak floes nlll fie "s a &uperior -
i links Saturday received.In but bis claims as
tournament on the : citizen, prrsii* -- -- Jy
Miude Colver aud Miss Mamie the afternoon Mrs. J. K. Perry rt'cord, --
j Miss afieruoou. The links are in splendid a good, all round P 'U, lio-e

9 A'' tjug, of Kochelle, are the guests of condition and the contest was a very conducted the devotional exerreses for teuiy yrs in anion county i:1 rrI-IE CLUB H01SE.

Mrs. J. W. Crosby. and another feature of this meeting b-fi.r you. He has lived an earnest: ,
J close and interesting one. 1
life. lie Ins
hont-st, f.tIH.d..ut "us :
I address "Our I .
was an interesting -- -
J Mrs. S. T. Sistruuk Las gone to Val The following is a list of the players given an hones day's work for iu "
Homes Mrs. C. A. Roux, of
j by
while withfrieud and their scores: e'luivult-Dt. He H a man cf goodbustuess
.. dohta to spend a short Cuisine First Class. Hates Reasogoble
Fernaud iu
.., J. Pearson SS pits 5 net 43. ins. ability, fair and ju-t
: : gross
that oily.Mrs.
t in his deaiut'y! with his fellows, and iicircled
O. H. Ford, scratch 43. A Hustling Salesman

; J. S. Singleton, formerly Miss H. A. Ford, 53. Mr. Maurice E. Robinson, betterknown will conduct to! the thf responsible(fore as! he has position dour Refurgished Throuq out Special Rates by Month

,; Ollie Clark, was visiting in Ocala Frilayfrou G. K. Robiuson, 44. as ":;unny Jim," is one of the bis bu iu.s*-with fidelity. He seeks;

cI Martel. Clarence Camp, 45. most successful traveling men on the jour suttrajre and the Star take
He the H ub Shoe of pleasure in presenting Ins .Iairus ic
Orlando but 47. road. represents
Mr.: Fred Pfeitler, of Jack Camp, I II
and the dt'llllwrlitic1I1t'rs of )Marion :1RS.: l'II J. n.uti .. ES. PROP
& Savannah
lived in city was a T. G. r.fight. 51. Jos Rosenhelm Son, ,
who formerly 0 -ala! Daily' Star. Mar.-h 1. 311 4t
v visitor here Saturday. Ralph Rubiusou 39 h'dcap S net 41. iu the past six mouths his record of I

Massey are W. T. Wheeler, 4-J 4" 4:. bales! amounts to the snug sum of' J. P. Williams Sells 40,000 Acres in ,- -- .- -- ---
Mrs. W.
Mr. and S. Dressy, 53" 3" 51. 50,000, being an increase of $IlOOO* Florida.A Machines.
Talladrga, Alabama vi!>itiujr Speciai Sale Sewing
1t. S. Hall, 5:! S" 44. for the same; time in any previous land sale involving $40\.N.\ () wa
their diughter.Mrs. II We hat,*a larA; uuuilx'r of .\' lug Jlacliinc!, that ili,i' been
D. S. \\'il1il&IUIS" 2 46. year. concluded l*.-t Tuesday, the land iu
Prices.ic .
returned Friday 'd-.OIl1l' hill lillh-ihai wo nil ('to%$' out at Karzuiii
II. A. Grteu A. H. Marsh, 51"t" 47. Mr. Robinson:: hss recently sent out question o u>istiU2 of 41),0110< acres iu 'I'u..o uuuohillt.Oo! been tiioroti:,:hly oterhitulrt! h)' exn -
from Clarwattr and iswith I 'card I IH.'ri'uN'" "nrk nI"- audall ,urn ]>:ir;< replaced and whiten'i
afternoon Frank; Diuke: 52 4" 43. a very neat little advertising Taylor county, Florida. They were and
h. Sujder.Itev. good i ji> new t'uri'rvue lu'illll tetrt.t' U ailiii!>lcd. irfed,
T. :
i her daughterMrs. I 1... n Casa d, 53" 6" 47. which be calls, Some Good Points, sol.1 by J. Williams\ to J. :S Belt guaranteed tn dl! I'f('(.( work heiure it leaie, onr>tt.rA.' iauhe

I J Ij. T \Yarren has been quite The first prize a beautiful framed containing a calendar of 1304-C5: and & C',., of Abhi'iiru (.j..., fin {'j pi-1 i I Il.een'e will'Hd..ell tru-d.lln...ii t* machine1 Ienv 1. Vt-r> low forea.h. I'riees! run

. several days and was unableto picture of a sue oil the O.:ala two packaged of needier of all sizes. acre. The eulir ttiuouiil vis Vwl l from SI 00 to $12 00. ami each i.. a hlrIin; at the price
sigh for .. *" and "Wheeler
are aZentt for tlu celebratedew Ilonu
, till hUi.alplt Sunday inorniug ui links, was won by Ralph Robinson, Mr. Robinson: hasllt'eu with Rosen- in oa-h. tV \\ il.oe".eaiii! JIil"hint'Hh or without 'iiiUou>hoe uf-

the youngest player on the links. The heiw & Sons twenty five years and Betts fe Cu. are among: the leadiu tachnient.rapliophuue.
; evening. .. __ ._ __ <* and record. A jraphophone. and K Record*
Airs. F. L. Watson returned Friday second prize was wou by [Wheeler his sales show he has strong friends: lumber manufacturing companies in lor S5.OO. Furniture and IJou..e "lIrnilOhiu; tiood<. at

three weeks' visit to and the third by Mr. G. H. Ford. among the country merchants, commissary the !south h tvitig already lar.;d tract ",'IITII.S: Special atti-iitioa to mail order! .
from a
afternoon iu Jackson Quite a number of ladies were stores and city merchants as of land in Georgia and two mills] in Ocala Furniture Company.
mother, Mrs. Leake,
her present and addr-J greatly to the well. this state that cut 100,000 feet of lumber .. -. -. -- .

ville. social feature of tie, afternoon. Tea The folder he is now sending out per day. They will, in the Dear .. t .. .
Mrs. E. A. White, of Citra and her Miss Stoteu- says there were more Hub Shoes: sold sawmill the + '
and cake wt"ret'f't'tI by future, put a Urge oa
of Muuice, Ind., -. ; : :1
frieud.Mrs Luiu: bury and Mrs. Briht.These in 1903 Hun iu any three previous! land they have just purchased.Xaval .- :.;. 'iar .
Monday to attend llleU1t'dil1 "'-,,
.'ram dowu golf iouru4iuni .re lilwa'sextrt'ful"ly :years and he expects 1904 to be a Stores: Review. L.fj'f}} ":: jab. &r \&>- \
of the W. H. M. S. record breaker. }'Mt l Is veritable dragon of tU-bealth It lea res In its pIIt'1
pleasant attire and this \.'H it 'a more physical wrecks than probably any other one eta. .
BkirTwbo hw been the The Guessing; Centest. :, e ne peculiar Americans.
Mr. Louis cue was uoexcepMon. Itinerary of County Candidates. WHY? Simply because upon the first Indication
It will be remembered that the I of the malady tbe system is usually! scourged with
for the
guest of :Mr. George Ford put Anthony and Sparr, at Anthony quinine or that dead!t mineral-caloccel.
his home in Probably the Largest .Naval Stores : Florida Ice and Packing Company .- Don't Do It. It'* Dangerous. It Unt it &Q
mouth, left S..turdfor Cargo. afternoon ::30 April 15. -.ar necessary eitber. TVe positively guarantee
had exhibition in H. B. Masters'
Cincinnati, Ohio. Feruaudina: has sent out several Ft. McCoy, Orange Springs and
show window two fine "Seal' hams HERBINEIt
went immense and record-breakiu-j cargos Eureka, at Ft. McCoy, afternoon2.30 I sops... & "
and children b
:Mrs.! C. K. Absou : and the person guessing the weight of purely hertaL Hu all tb.virtue*of qaioin*
Saturday af- of naval stores, but the British -\priI19. udealoiiHd-none of tt-irdetiUy 86_
luver corrarU all IiT"I'kidney and .lei
down to Crystal ame or coming nearest thereto, was ttn.t
sister stt'amt.'r'IeuuclOu D. Lorriuaga, Citra, afternoon 2:30 April 20. sac per rlottl All DruUJst.J.I .
irninou to visit 1 rAbsou'li to be awarded one of their fine Seal
which went to sea drawing ::3: feet 3 Flemington, Fairfield and Ruddick, I :?y>'
Mrs.C.. \Vatyn.ur.aud bams and the next nearest a nice y ,
-, -- inches, bound for Hamburg, carried a at Fairfield, afternoon 2:30 April 22.Mclntosh .
F Mrs. Wilha'ii tail Jlinut.11, strip of Seal breakfast bacon.
cargo which naval store people say is April 3.Martel .
of Xaohville, 'ft'nD.'ho have spent There were five hundred guesses,
the largest ever l loaded in the hold ofa Blitchtou and Cotton
winter in Ocala l at Mrs. C. J.Phillip'j which will give an idea of how much
the siugl"es.. l. Plant, at Carter's Poud a. m. April
011Iuth Third strt'etlt'ft interest was manifested.Mr. .
The cargo was :iSM1, round barrelsof :6.
Friday for their home. Duon- A. C. McCall, with Mr. John R. \\TE WANT _
naval stores, of which 1,150'fre Romeo and Dunuellon, at I of ................
the most Martin guessed the exact weight
W. hrvin, one of I ,
Mr. R. ellon evening April 27.
and the rest rosin.
e teachers in this county I be hams, Vil:M Ibs. and 7 oz. Every Grower in the State
school Pedro Belleview!
r The L>>rriu ga took on 8,500 barrelsof
Mr. W. D. Cam guessed 54 Ibs and 8
has gone to Tallahassee: where rosin at Brunswick first, and arrived l'andlerandLake Weir, at Summer-: To Have Our Books
for several 02.. missing it just one ounce.
accepted a field afternoon 29.
>! at Feruandiut on the 4th to 2:30pril 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES" complete manual on Florida croft.FLOIUDA .

". mouths. -- -- take lS,3-, ; additional barrels. She Moss Bluff and Linadale, at Moss Haad End Collision. OI5A\GF i'-"Book of special interest to Orange Ore were.FLOUIDA .
" Mr. and Mrs. Edward, Hiller, Miss live BluH afternoon 2 p. m., May 3. '. STR.\ EnIUE. "- ookiet on "Soil.Varieties,Cultivation
was loaded and went to sea There was a head end collision on
i Hitler and Miss Hattie Rosen- Grahamville and Sale Springs, at and Fertilization.
j. Mona Saturday from a two days.-Savannah Naval Stores Review rrahawvilleafternoon 2 p.in.May5. tbe J. T. & K. W. branch cf the A. C. .IHISII OT. TOE. "Booklet on Soil, Seed Plantingand Cultivating, <

Baum returned Kendrick, Ocala and Snad> Grove, L early Friday morning near Kissim- Effect of Fertilizers, Dinging and !Slipping."

, week's nu.st delightful trip to Palm I 'Mr. Walter Burt, .Asheville t ,' at Ocala, e.ening May 6. i lee, in consequence of which tbe h.-IXE.U--LE FEUTILIZIXG"-Of special interest to pineapple }

; Beach, Miami, Nassau and Cuba. N. C., and Mr.: Clinton Burt ofRocky Rev. W. J. Carpenter, of Gainesville .. rains had to be sent around via .IDEAL growers.FEIlILIZERS--Book showing all our diflVr-nt brand, .

Gu. Miles is considering the ad. Mount, X. C., passed through I and Rev. J. B. Ley of Tallahassee OCIJIIi. Both engineers were hurt. analyses, prices, etc.

f o viability <>f accepting the prohibition Ocala Monday on their way from who came down to attend the W. One had his ankle very badly sprained I lew and Revised Editions of above,just published, seat FREE forth* askiaf

, nomination for president.'e Crystal River, where they went to H. M. S. at the Methodist church. md the other was only slightly hurt. '
1 r r, ar. glad of this because we know it the funeral of their father, the late R. :Sunday: left for their respective It is said that it will take thirty hoarso

will make our friend, Godwin, happy C. Burt. homes Monday. ( clear the track. OCAlA SEED STonE \GE. TS. OCALA, FLA.

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Brevet Major General Thomas O. THE O r &

An Easter Osborne dies at Washingtcn of apopleiy
Ctrl An Easter
Uride.! .. PURIFIERS
Hen. W. J. Bryan delivers address BLOOD

By GRANT THORBURN : ia New Haven theater oa The Princeof
Forecast "
P 3ce.
lCoprr! ht. 1>M. by C. S. Lurie 1 .s No remedy ever yet discovered has met with lOch .
la the senate aa efort will be madeto
l was a good sort of fellow, report the postoiTIce bill by Tuesday popular favor as S. S. S. The people everywhere indorse it,
i'Jm be wasn't making a whole there few homes where S. S. S. for the blood it
: (. He was employed In an ; By ED WI/i L. SA BI/1 or V.'ednesJay. not known are and used. It is superior in many way" to the ordinary -
i, east side wholesale Iadk32oi5 street railways without
hous? In New
In the first pl.1.ce.S.. S. S. u a guaranteed
cork, and tia Job was to help cleanup :tatter, beesa;e of the Cooding of thejJ..e blood
C..rri141 1904. iy U.ilt L. S.Ii.S mad exclusively of medlcma.l roots
t'. and do odd job*. They dida't pay : : boai? near White river purely vegetable compound, r
their wonderful purifying and tonic properties that act
;Jiminy a whole lot ATU7DAY morn of hopes galore. Mrs. Jefferson Davis stricken .-ithaca.e selected for
"I don't belong to no union." Jiminy b.::: titian Atlantic City was upon the blood, purging it of impurities and restoring it to a healthy,

told his girl, "an' they gives me what The date for its arriving' :a a ns condition, but rallied natural condition. At the same time under its tonic effects the genertil -

: they likes. I ain't sot no kick corn- 'Ttt>culd surely came, the milliner 1bHr.. !fr system improves the sluggish organs are toned up, and renewed
A Caruthersville. Mo.
'.. in', for they're all risbt all rt bt. but Though she he nonsttniing. t j causes great loss cf life and destroys strength and vigor and better health is the result. No bad aftereffect .
I'm worth a blame sight core an' ta1J1't f often with blood medicines
follow the of S. S. S" as so happens
Into the part the moments glide; ; thoG ands of dolarsi'om of property use ,
gettln' It. thatall :'3"h which derange the stomach and digestion
added frut more and more is nettled containing strong
generously "I got 20 cvnt wit'
For diseases of the
and in other the system. blood,
me tonight. What d'ye say we take /f/or. mar the crest of Eastertide AriaiJ Frazier a decrepsd whitamaa. ways damage
Catarrh Scrofula Boils and Pirn-
In the show? \\> slat bin In a KJL.J; breather unsettled wio claims to be 11. years of : such as Chronic Sores, Rheumatism,
Che leeKj pIes, Eczema, Tetter
ttoe. ago turns op>> at Atlanta police head- ALWAYS XEBPS S, S. 8, ON 1IA.1.'D.
Jiminy and his 1903.Blood Poisons, and otherG.ntlemen.'or
girl went to the thow.Jtailny's qnsrters.Strong :Monticello Ark., :May 21,
It has not ctmtl
girl was pxM to look uponat SATURDAY noon. efforts will be made at the about twelve years I haTe troubles due to impure or
least so thought Jzminy. ha-Ce keen ejcpeettd.) household remedy. bad condition of the blood
; d eoaiGg sessioa of the Georgia legisizinre b* a uiin* your 3. S. S M a ,
"I ain't never teen no better thin /Intl -delct it wrathful and fact it glum tAnd to secure costroHic; ler.s'.ar.oaia :: I tare taken it M a tonic and Appetiser, and ben remedy acts 6O promptly
. what you are," he was wont to tell lure there ii none better. I have wed it for my and thoroughly IS S. S. S.ehildrenatvariouatimes .
all f the of lenders
fig'urt money
little.kin ernptiom
, ter. "No, an' I don't want to se none J: .,
better. 'O\le is good enough: for me." Horitonteard it a banJi of cloudSteadily The secret orders of Atanta wiM: boils andpoisons caused by playing Witt we deep-seated,
s. s.S.ia standard never mind what i. the long-standing cases,
\ my upon
Jimlny's girl worshiped Jimicy. She rave a bg celebration on the Fourth i
ontvard crctvling.fieri matter. If I u.. a bottle ot 8. S. s.it tone up the which the ordinary potash
,: was of that age when coin dida't count of Ju!!. Committees are now at
)ous the home and a n.xlUU ire tt1llt. system, de n.e the blood and makes me well and sarsaparilla compounds 1
M much as strength and muade-and work 233 a big time Is expected *Un. AI an all-round family medicine I connder '
I ISSSUl."be.
Jiminy bad both. "Zaromtltr it falling. The body o' a murdered nroyo&ta. ., remodyof the kind thAt hare I havenoeffect, Evenrehere j

Mtmlay's grandr she would exclaim. n."UI8dudcenera1lykoepitonhanda.Iofam- IS an hereditary
which had lain in the woods ,
This mutual admiration society took tot-and rtill no hat I near Grant Park ia Atlanta Ga.. far ; ily remedy. MES. V. C. WHITTIJrOTOS. predisposition to disease ;

Jlmiay's 20 cents and went to the SATURDAY apprehension.Milliners x ever a week was: focad by the tx/ve:: S. S. S will search out and remove from the blood the fixed poison and 'j

f Bbow. Now, when ,'Ou see a show from i build up the health ; it enriches and purifies weak, thin blood and stimulates 1
all art frauds 'tis flat: The two Gn2ji nl'gTOt"STho Ci ithe --:!
the top gallery; when yon OD'tt see I I the circulation. Pure blood is essential to health. You cia J
the paint and can't tell that the heroine front all to mean indention. race riot in Arkansas coaaty. Arx!
exist without good blood, but can never be robust and strong; for every
t- B3"e killed waking the list or :
is as ugly as sin. and that the .j
hero's hair is beginning to turn gray Fly the signals of import plain : negroes dead 12 in all The county ; organ, tissue and nerve in the body looks to the blood for nourishment,

.I And if yon are like Jimmy and his girl (7e those toho read a teaming1. J.j is now reported qu:>t. :' and unless this vital fluid is kept in a pure, healthy state, the rest of ,

and forget everything; but what is Floods and lightning _nil hurricane Columbus citizens: are interested 12 i the body suffers and the system soon breaks down. Nature has provided I'

going on below upon the stage, only Are due for Easier morning"I developments in Girard aad Phenu l in S. S. S. a remedy for disease of the blood which long

remembering to squeeze hands once ia }) << City, aai Alabama cities just across experience and a thorough test have proven superior to all others and

while why.. then the peanut bearers the acknowledged King of Blood Purifiers."
t becomes the seventh heaven of de ni/'ht. A n.p-a ring"! <<'V &e river officers ia each best :.
SATURDAY charged with murder.: ; DEPARTMENT
light. tissue payer! OUR MEDICAL in charge of graduated physicians,

The show was a sentimental oae.and Cries: "Hot darting/ "The street, street thing I The sundry civil bill has he right I is an important part of our business, maintained for the benefit of those
.1 it tot Jiminy and his girl by of way in the house this! week. T..3 who need advice or special information in regard to their case. Write

tona. To Jimmy the heroine was Somebody cuts a caper. impeachment of Judge Swayne :: I US, and our physicians will advise y
none other than his girl, and to his Stjts art suddenly smoothed ketimesiShe not be pressed daring the roCS)j-1' THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA CJU !r

girl the hero was the counterpart of storm signs disappear oh: ton of the sundry civil bill_ | I
7 Jiminy. Jiminy was black in the face At Wimt::gtoa. :\. C, Monk Levy ,a- I
Up the mercury tteiftly climbs:
when the villain entered the arena of I toaished a Jewish corgrefatloa D\ '

.. For Easier: fright and clear oh I trig and d Cjosiag his idectitT! 1 HUBBARD & MACOIJFF I 1

1 after the rabbi had denounced fc.mv

\oa meet ce la the njonua, sa' VII "?hat's a go.: assented Juuiay. And cot knowing thai Levy was la the '
1 show you a thins; or two." as Jimmy walked out :and down the hoase.
The next morning Jimmy and hs street he kept tight hold of his little I HEADQUARTERS 1 I

girl stood in front of Jim ny s too gal and she of hm. "?!I, bat aiat -- ----- i

r "Say. boJ,;," eieteiswd Jimmy. Tst it great?' he cozarrsented -

sa' this: tody were M-DI out cards her On Easter Monday a great crowd assembled I hiERiCAN: FIELD AND HOG FENCE

a Easter weddm'-jest malo3 '>m. ia around the bridal window.

fact an' I'd a'gx>ia' to overhaul uiyf waiting fc. a couple to come in. The I : THOROUGHBRED
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f lace oa the avenue, an' I ntvd a few crowd was eip rtant-it was waiting I __ _------A- ':;:; iXC"tt_ 9

.' curs to do it with. Say. U*....... he ocatlaned. for a brine ia a bridal veil and a nan I I c. t1 -I -r 1 ; I.,. :;
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"the fact i> c'd you give ise a ia a full dress sue There were three 1- r l f r.
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f: raise: >, jot for a i ier, you know: lotJ reporters ia the crowd and an Associated :of !, 1 t
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f i I ain't goin to take no weddin' t!:p Press man In the barcaia. Two BULLS AIID COWS i '--'--':'-'' / -.-? : l"x '

i Vocct o' the pre: o* bosue bet jc. l o'doct struck and a young; clergyman I I :- f" T' .-1H I.. 'I.. :. ; .-'r--T- -F: -,.

ft I give: c* a bit of a ral,ew;. now." who seemed glad to get the job. I ..__-. -,...-.... _. a, I.. I- -" "t .
The bos kfeVrd at Jimmy and then it marched ia. --- r : -' '
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t his girl and then back apn.lIow And behind tin. with his: sleeves J. .. '- -r.-.4- r".... .. r _.:'.. -
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much?* be asked Jimmy aimed a rolled c? to the elbow, earthed Jimmy .... .' :
Easter bride and -_--__- _- .-_-_. ----a--.1.\, _.. __ __= ; {,.:-rl
r Cgar double the amount of tbe raise and his gal-an i I II ):t"'o--"::" '= =:- -'- _"''-':':.: ",-= ".---'-__- _
be wanted. The: U es cat It in two.This groom. Jit.e1d the earl close > SHORTHORNS C--iir:=":*, SycUl J*r. t'.u se eta att..S')::

was jm what Jimmy: expected.so him and winked good nitnredly at the .i-. i't.q'0 U..,-*: :tic U U. .r a H.frt
t ail was well crowd. The crowd roared. The sinister I D'JtHA.Y5"o f .

"Now. that we've got tbs fir; ," said began to read. -I don't knowwhat =-==- ANDHEREFORD-S j .' --.i. "- -.. I ?-7e: strong. !.i-h, ;.,ra..e' steel -..ire;; lteatn' gi.wn.-. i I"

1t Jimmy to the girl 'we jest narcralygoner it's an about ::l !tt'f'." said Jiaviay. I 7;'i--jVi.lcs; for exp&nson. ani contraction Is practical e\ --r

ep gt the re L." On a Sunday but Tn wiHia to take her aa' iI i is-..".T, Kfci-.r goss vrroaj. no tatter how great a strain is put or. tit

J p s afternoon they wandered here, there she's wfllia to take me. Ain't yon. I : .s r->t mutilate but dots, cacisarly, turn cattle, horses, hogs

and everywhere. figurirs out bow to do litUe girirSLASHED ants:s
L LS the rest They walked cp and down

ii and in and out. Finally; as they came ]1 THROAT WITH RAZOR. SVZRY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED

i to a lars*. cheap deparnsect: store. JtEA.D'FOJt SERVICE
JiTifcy fell back with a gasp of scrpn Fur of Mania Dreve Sr)ant to Socl- 1 I-.' t>: .armiacturers and by us. Call and see it, Can show you how

>e.Pr heaTn"s s-sker L* exclaizi- : cidil CeedBachian. II I! .. '- 4!. sue you money aid fence your fields so they will stay fenced
1 1 Ga. March :S.-S. J.
td. What d'yoa thini o ttatr The Bryan

girl k*.kfd. In tie njcst conspjeuonswiadow : ked hm elf at this p.aee about Prices at Private Sale II I 1 Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Econoy Corn Shrdder
; : there was arranged a drawing '' S o'clock at the home of hs orother-

room, one decorated with showy furniture '; la-law. S. L Lani where he has bees:: $75.00 Up. I Paints Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash, Blinds Etc.

an-i crane b&.ms, and in one hrjg for Ham two years i
--s..y. t;OS&. C'D YOU GIT= Y1 A kLLax".rents iI
earner ell it was a sort cf department ;; The deceased had: co fm.ij except I Hubbard & MacdufF Ocala, Fla.

and every tim the heroiiie was score altar, and over the whole ttizcow "; a little daashier: aboa :.! years old.
la dinner Jtoinj-* girl touk a strocf a al-a which read his wife and
z son ha TIT? died some: Spring Auction April 12 and 13 -- -- -- -- -
bold on Jtainr's hard band. It was
simply great. .. t j s. years he his aso_made Being fcis home is HbAd was Mr.health Land Write for particulars. ...... ..................
After the show wt over they were
bewildered when they found them To oar tnde: u:4 p-oon wbo coin i j! for cocEsed the :last two yearand has bees 1 : fill Goods Delivered free. Write for Price List :
be ciirrK-J la thu window d.U" tt to ha room with 2 ;ai ion
eelres upon"the street."Aw Ester v*c-k we will give a t.rc.1 j I be for the past IS mostis. flMIT! [ f PARE! f FARM! I S
siy, muneml Jlmlsy, this Is tw set of fir itt rt. (ice wed'irg It .
I appears that h
? was smrg by tie
the same old Third avenue after aU iriil cite puce each day &t J p. m. 8
1 forgot I was linn' In there I to t.nrphJ..ng. 4 4l j i Ere whrtinf his razor no other psr;oaj
being ia the room at the L C. CHiMBUSS & CO. f e
he added sentimentally I. "It's Jest the that" Mid Ji-'r.!. ', time except
"but him an' her an* an' Say. his daughterHe rrsnestrt: her: togo
you me. VeU ?o there aa' get !itchedThe OCUA FLORIDA. .
what did ron think of itr girl gasped Tbey wcvuiii't never out' of the room.: iyrg he wasted 1V S
Jiminy" girl conUn't enough to stare which she did but
say let the Likes of us pet married these"she sooa rs- S
about it, but liming thought: that the said to Jiminy. Lot at our turue! thnkas she hari ir father 4 S

b *t pan of It was when he didn't say dothesrJuoinr's ca3 her. wt=s the found hi::: lysg Gaagh Stttltd oa Hir tangs. ; .

anything, but clang tightly to big arm dad ww set upon ODe ca tie oor. "My daof bcc-r hid *. terrible cough .

u they walked along and Just looked thins, and that was the acwcpJUL- The other =e=tort of tie fay tire *- which frrftlci on her long," says >. .

cp at him. Dt-nt of his object. It was the Sunday simmosed. it was fossil that h* Jicton, of Dinvillf. Ill. We tried .

JIndny wax In that peculiar state'of ; before Easter He got an hocr had cut his throat fro =Ear to er a great mAny remedies without relief, .

tslnd that Induced a"certain Engbsh- of T the next day aDd he and his gtrt- and de i amos' instizCy. He had until we eivr her Folej's Hooey and .
man once to remark. 10 the acting the
the latter somewhat
doabttcBy- goes no iriicauon of aa ir'ertjon
to Tu which cured her. Refuse ab-ti- S
yocng ntn' fancy lightly tuna to tered the store and eluding the fioor- take him: life and intended: to ristaaotier .
thocghta of lore." Jiminy wouldn'thave =trite Pcuehiee Dreg 5torim .
walker, approached the ofice He aaha brother-L"J'.aw todayTke .
f eipredxed It just that way, but I nounted purpose in a very saama&cer. .

', be had a way of hU own that did cot >!, gnte The xaaa callvd another Par..... .f IA.I. finer West If lertfewist Travel Via tiiv S

altogether lack poesy. i I:1C1.ho must Lave had fharce Sh*-For that Tossy girFs sale, Fs 4' fy rw? .
Say, It', a warm night." he cove Chicago and Florida Limited, siZid .
) of tM hymeneal window and thy always rid that Lent lasts forty dayt. ? .
; Denied, ""an It's a fine erenla. Say," i both stool there and Laughed at JImmy Ht-wtl* vestibule tnin of Pullman slet pmt, T >0'

: be blurted out suddenly as the girl and his "Too Dtda't obN-rntiOJ, .
giri lau.h.cister. She Bcu e I am sure she t-erer library dining c rOicaco. au.l '
: ro looked up at him -'Uf, little girl ." said Jisiay. with his: heart could make up her dad bout a new cnathe betweenG Augustine and : .
m hard hit an' that's fact If itp'un't Sf a.1Sty
a : la his throat.This is must i'nocs Easter tat ia less Cm than tatBoo'il"1i.6's : Only one night out.EEDtLE 4' .
fer me ware.Say" he confessed. bacint: The two :::en laughedagain Ma.gazir. :
bonding castle In the atr. -If r
and ordered then oct of the
I c'd get ce wages raised a bit an' I : store. Jimmy diiat arjrce. He aid Her Exeter Bcean.M23iser LA.qa .F E C. Ty- ask ;ate fOld .-.
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h4 a new dress fer you an a new cult ; the girl walked slowly down the aisle. 51 L !LI.T S
This hat ill last yon sreral Jctsos T < a c.t..a1". 9.u'a 1;
oondhisi fer that
cf farnircre j The two men told another %:lSD about seasons, Miss Flyhlgh. .u Ti ".os ..tai p B. Fane Own" ew. Old \Iiler r Rae Sl.ra.
tsatter- *ayf little girt Td lay name 1:. Bat this man didn't qh. Hegiinctsl LT 'I'fro G F.. Jt p'J. : t. '.B :& R Mountain talk J p 5
Miss FJ"bO!:, I dont want that: s> ay------- p a.AT 1 >e nOli .\ppJ. and Pesch Brandies
the day tonight. i at the rec iug foms of Jiaty kind cf a hatwow: me one that won't Ytxa...._ ". __''.. 4m p. a r'4i, to-t (I). KtoDto"ty Pria1. f3.J. RoWtoni x Rye f& .
The little girl was snore prartkal and tis.r'. Then he turned tothe IT Misoa. Cot G.Xr: .( :i P. QSx .*end '
be ft to be sa ia about four weeks. Potoffiee or ExyrtssMonev Orders (II
,, "!hItroar.warms amt raised. she :. fist EUJL "Ton bio; Idiot" he said, Cticago Ra.'CI-d. atr:; p.I .
p.ot fd."aD' 1 ain't got the sew what did you torn '(>1:1 down for! LT ACisU T. 4. A. SJti jx ss.AT .

l C11P5 aa' we lint got the famiture.what" TteyYe the oily pkrtmepe pair we CiiHtaoctfi -_ jeca f. aLT BOWEN I
t&n'. s more," sheadded, ""wt'J..b"t I tan get and if we hare them well pet !I All eke G*. CiiniaocX CSLSC. Lay: :a*S P m.ar I & COMPANY.
got the sraS ta buy It with." I a colimn aDd a half la every newspaper. : ( : Mrs. F. (reading-Ea.er sales treall NtairsS* _= La
walked Ia thocghtBad&n'y : the go cow. LT Xts5rlE UiS. ST. j-N p s.L.4XK .
.Jiti along deep Call then back wig your _.. -_..._ .
A.: ET1Sr 140 E BAY
Mr. F. :; a aLe S ST., JACKSONVILLE :
he stopped. Then u sadCecly The other called then bAck. Jin- (coatemplatizg>-Yes and sai Etas-Tts _.-' lxs FL.\,

b west oa once nore. "Say.Ifctl Icy struck while the iron was :>>t. Tozi the salary Statesman.of the man of the hesse. .A.r s.. t.-t. __" ? :'> pee.a.s; ....55 i..... ......S......

i girl. he sail "yon an' rse hue l "If she e'd on'; yet a dress, mister" I rs Lw Eta Le--L.s. T. K, KrAr : a es

rot ta vork this tr.g; out together. h-e suggested teatacrely. *Say," said Terre Eiitt' -. .. ':jc a. 111

well take the frat thing f rst. Ton the advertiiirs agent look here Wellcurry a aaae nlaa. LT Tert Haz:e _C E L 8y--:;. a s

t e' >re'D i'O down an' get :e a raised you bet well do it in the Tt ti that Uj tie Etner: cfjTi ..AI'4 :: p es \tVOi MST CREAM J

wtg s, aa' then well tackle the rest elota you're got on or cot tt tXL .I Gage* roe it uttmg f_a Card h ee.i is t:rgetLn m. This thin i? the standard of fKeetioo I V\ERT iF Ck rl

later See! And if yoall come here Monday j crwi to c-e ii a In Ivxt Egtr --rvic.
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"Wtit d'rol11rCt of re! It want : It : o'ckvk well tx IOU c? and glre | For Pcilaj&a rt& I t. .irt .-ha ds-i her Futer LitEaa infarcjtlioa apply to ticket agent F. Far 20 Years Has Led
.f fcr dstra with the fcrnirsr all Were Renedias
Co no ,good ne to go Teat yon and a dress t esldes. ; :
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gr1n y :"-u tiE ate a Au u UBe or A. ( .. L.cfikv .
let a nie," ,:rese3 tie gtrL .! bet yoa can't wear it in the window.is |I r !::..I.:1 :.* 11:1.:7. ISs Bay st:West,Jaek-oevdle, BOLD: aT ALL aRZ: c3CiI9T3. f
: "\ KU yw =!!!!." sail Jtrlsy. that a Sol'" i I t't'td en the w""a Po& J Pr.psedby-lt, JAMES F. BALU D. St. Loulsj
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SPEAKING Florida Editors to Meet Delightful Picnic. Death of n Infant.

I Yesterday. of the "Which I Now Hold"The
At the recent meeting of the executive party Mr. and Mrs. James Pooaer mourn

following persons enjoyed a the death of their year old daughter,
committee of the Florida
t Press Association it was decided that picnic at Silver Springs: Mr., and j I who died Wednesday afternoon at man who wrote these worth, Mr. Ebe Walter Clarkivflle, Del., had'j\uc

TOWOrftOW. the next meeting of the association Mrs W. B, Johnson and children of I: two o'clock afar an illness of two mrived dividend 1196.98 in cirfffrom The Mutual life'Jniurance Company

Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Clark I weeks. of New York. He added
would be held in Jacksonville June

13 to 15.The and children and Mr. Clark's mother, I I The funeral took place from the residence .
Mrs. Kelly, of Marti IIr.. and Mrs. Tk Mt CO .f the pti(' at four o'clock .
following program was arranged Wednesday tttrt wiU fc pots me dividend etch year,during the balance of my life Umly
for the Ray, Mrs. Ry's mother, Mrs. Me- 1 afternoon and the interment was (448 ei. Tht fntatt tht I p rtic Urly like about my policy ii that the
Selator James P. Talioferro meeting. I bin I tort the mort I |tt,and that during the balance of my life there U
Cormick, of Leroy, Mr. and Mrs. 8-
MONDAY NIGHT. in the old cemetery.I nothing more: for me to pay. (From N' wi.eke (Dl,) ffmut,Kvt,IJ.1901)

will address tlje) people to- Prayer by Rev. J. B. Ley. A. Staudley and Mrs. Lee Miller. 4 I Their friends sympathize with themin

Address of welcome by Mayor Geo. They drove out to the Springs in heir loss IB writing for terms for i policy of this kind, state what you would like to

sorrow) afternoon at 3 o'clock;. M. Nolan. the morning and spent a most delightful receive in cash at the end of limited payment period.
A Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough
day boating fishing and pic-
All cone out and hear him. Response by Frank L. )bye of the nicing. j Mrs.: EJ win Harlisou, of 30) Park Uhe

Journal, Pensacola. _
Avenue Kansas City, Mo writes as MUTUAL LIFE
Annual Horehound Syrup I
written Ion
poem, by
I follows: "Our two children bad a
SABA ELIZABETH EAJSIS. Local Editor Robertson, of the Crescent, Live Oak. Immediately relieves hoarse, Croupy INSURANCE COMPANY OF
aad severe attack of whooping cough, one
--- coughs, oppressed, rattling rasping -
The history of journalism in Fior-
breathing, Henry C. Stearns! of them in the pruxysni: of coughing
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. ida, by Frank E. Harris,, of the Ban- druggist, Shullsburg, Wis., writes, would faint and bleed at the nose. Oldest NEW YORK Lars-t
ner. May 30, 1901 : "I have been selling We tried everything we ever heard of m

Mr. J. V. Burke, of Jai-ks>nville. is Anautl address by President T. F. I Ballard's Horehound Syrup) for two without getting. relief. We then America RICHARD A. McCURDY President WorM

McBeatn. I years, and have never had a preparation called in our family doctor who prescribed CECIL WILCOX Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
in the city.
I II I that has given better satisfaction.I Foley's Hony and Tar. With
I notice that when I sell bottle the first dose they began to improve -
a they very
E.1. eehet, of Atlanta, is again --
I I I Morning s"ionTranl'la ti n of come back fur more. I can honestly and we fell that it has saved P

d registered" at the Reaps Hou t'. 'I I general business.! recommend it." 2''>e. 50-. and tl .EN). their lives. Refuse substitutes. Post- THE( FLORIDA fRUIT !AND TRUCK[ GROWR.(

Afternuon-Meworial serviced in Antimonopoly, Drug Store. m office Drug Store m
Mr. C. C. Rawls, Moutbrook, was I 3CaIA
honor of members who died during 1 / FLORIDA.
a visitor to the city yesterday. 1I I Billiard and Pool Tables. > The base ball club for this season J

the year. The Elks lodge of this city received baa been organized/ and th- prospectsfor Cci Tear 1.00
Mt.>dh'utecISult llrick tor.foek., Evening-Prayer by L. D. Ueiger, SirgleCopj 10.
Oc alaSeed Store, Sole Agent Wednesday two very handsome billiard the dub are very IIridIr.. Ed I
of Apopk A handsomely illustrated! magazine devote' especially to the
and pool tables from the National Carmichael has been elected managerof '
The following literary program will interests of the fruit and vegetable vrllY'''''' of Florida.
)Ir. R. A. Green came in yesterdayfrom Billiard Company! of Cincinnati the team and it goP for the fraying
the northern of follow: 1 special trial suhtriptien ef sin ccntis will It sent en receipt! il
a trip to portion Ohio. They are the finest tables that he will make an excellent oue. I
How the Florida Press has Assistedin 25 certs. Straps:;: tAke:- !
i the state. made and have what it"i known as the The boys are getting up n pubccrip- --
the Development of the State, B. -
MaNchite finish and the wood is saidto lion to purchase new uniforms and .
The surest and safest! remedy for B. Tatum, of the Metropolis, )!iarui. ;
kidney and bladder diseases is Fol'y'sKidn'y have been imported from Joppa. other equipments and they are meet
Our Friend, the Country Editor
Cure. Pos-toffiee Drug 8tore.ru They have six instead of four legs, lug with excellent euci-e**. Very C. I. GRACES i
George W. Wilson, Times..UuiCti"
_ Mr. Anthony C. Fmzel, of Weirs- are solid and rn"ipact and the cue interesting( games will l>e played on
Successor to Central Lumber Co.
are ivory lipped. The Elks the Ocala diamond during the summer -
are getting -
dale, was in the city for a few hours The Newspaper and! the State, C' B. I Dealer In

yesterday.For Smith, New Enterprise, 3t.tdis.rn.Progressive I! their lodge in fine Miape. months.--.---- Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried Flooring'Ceiling; ,

Journalism, J. W.1 Nature "makes all things beautifulin A customer of ours who had bran and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
colds etc
Pains, atbts, coughs, 11
their time." Battering from a severe! cough for biz Manufacturer of
Every oue of life's
White Fraternal Record Jacksonville
sold ,
Turkeweeu Oil, by
I try seasons, when life moves on nature's mouths bought two bottles of Cham Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

& Co. lines, has its own charm and beauty. berlain's Cough Remedy from us and Window Frames Mantels: Church Seats Pulpits School
The Editor in Politics, D. t,. Thomson entirely cured by one and a half ,
We are sorry to learn that Mr. Gus Many women dread that period when was Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
Record, St. Augustine bottles of it. It gives perfect satin ,
Liddon has been quite ill for several theym'ict experience change of life.
fill orders for
receiving Lumber and can quantities and
faction with our Haynes, any ,
Trouble of a Newspaper Man, J no. They fear that face aud form may
days pabt.Foley'a. M. Caldwell, Herald Fort White. I I suffer from the change, and that they Park r & C)., Lineville, Ala. For sizes. Mail orders attended to promptlyJ.

Kidney Cure wlikes Kidneys I may fail to please those whom they I tie by Anti-mnnopolv Drug Store m
and bladder right. Refuse substitute love. The value of Doctor! Fierce'g

Postoffice Drug :;turn. m Moruing-Discussion of technical i j Favorite Prescription in the crisis of a

". topics. I woman's life lies in the fact that it
Mr. and Mrs. H 8. Chambers moved The Editorial Page, led by H. A. B. assists nature. Its use preserves the

yesterday and are npw boarding at balance and boutncy of the mind and
McKenzie, Timi-s-Herald, Palatka. I M. MEFPERT. JNO. H TAYLOR
q hotel. sustains the physical powers. Many
the Moutezuma
How to Improve the Association,
I women have expressed tb gratitude
Mr. Henry Fulch, of Gainesville, is led by H. H. McCrevry, Sun, Gaines for the health and comfort given by

visiting at the home of his cousins ville. "Favorite Prescription" in this trying OCALA ICE & PACKING COMPANY

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Liddou. Circulation Development led by C. period. lib benefits are cot passing a_

L. Bi'tiu.trr, Star, Ocala. I but permanent and conduce to mental -
prominent t. hfippmess as well as physical
Mr."Ward, of Floral City, The Advertising Department, led :, ,
in turpentine circles, was amongour by E Vaguer, Star, litusville.

visitors 'esterda y. Country Correspoadeuts, led by E. Easter Egg Hunt.
FOR SALE-100) tlu.h.-l- of coin G. Mick, Newt, Wewauitchka, aud The Dtughtera of the Confederacywill

more or less, fr iiiforiuetiou apply 10B. C. H. NValtou, Eist Coast. Advocate, give an Easter egg bunt Wednesrow ...
Fairfield, FIi. :3113 f eWe
Quartermau- 'l'1t ols\'i Ill'. afternoon in the Gary grove ou

ir. I.. Rruuioy return-1 yesterf I tVeducsaay: night, Juue 15, ail j tort King avenue for the benefit: of

day from !I. several week's trip to1'4Uli J1l'lUtlt'f of the HSS.toMMou *vn > Ue-ire their monument fuud. All the cluldru -

\ :\ and Jacksonville tu do St will, aeeouipjnieJ oy I Ij '! of the city are invited t't t/V ; beg to announce to the people
I lht'lC.1
families, leave on an exv-ursio.j.i 1 present and enjoy the afternoon. Ten'
Chauil-ers the youngest sm of I
Louis to attend the exposition. Full cents will be charged fur those engaging -
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Chambers nt of Ocala and surrounding country
I particulars of this trip will be an. in the hunt.A .
up to Orange Lake yesterday..
nouuced later ;
by Secretary Apple- '

time Foley's atlorJs-Kidu-y security Cure from if all tak kidney?u in yard. end disordered ot trouble.stomach When may the stomach cause no that we will X be ready to furnish Ice

and bladder disease. Potoffije Health is Youth. Disease and Sick- fails to perform its functions and the

bowels become deranged, the liver
Ins ness Bring Old Age.Heibine .
\ - -- taken every morning before and kidneys congested, causing numerous to them pn and after Wednesday

Mrs.! Jack Deuby is enjoying a visit breakfast: will keep you in robust diseases, the moot fatal of I I

from her mother, who arrived in the health, fit you to ward off disease.! It which are painless aud therefore the .

afternoon from Gaines constipation, biliousness, dye more to be dreaded. The important
yesterday modern
city March We have
the stomach and 30th. new
spepsiia, fever, skin, liver and kidney thing is to restore
v 1le. __ liver to a healthy eondition. and for
It the blood and
: and Tar contains noopilt.tes complaint. purifies ;
Foley's Honey Mrs D. W. this purpose no better preparation
clears the complexion.
and will not constipate like ctn be used than Chamberlain's and efficient and will
cough medicines. Smith, Whitney, Texas, writes April machinery men
all Tablets. For
nearly Stomach and Liver
Postoffice Drug 3, Hill:!: "I have used Herbine, and
._ Refuse substitutes. m find it the best medicine for constipation sale by Anti-monopoly Drug Store. m

Store. -.--- and liver troubles. It does all
fulfill the
of North Dakota, Before Judge William be able to requirements
l Mr. Oliver Perry, you claim for it. I can highly recommend -
mother in Willie Agnew was tried before
1 who has been visiting his it. 50c. a bottle. Antimonopoly
to his home Drug Store m Judge D. S. Williams in this city
this city, will return trade and satisfactorilyand
1 Wednesday morning charged with the promptly
!s today. ------ Ocala House Wine Rooms Changes
. k breaking into the postoffice at Leba-
, The prettiest and most Management.
ladies' correspondence non, fourteen miles north of Dunn-
line of box paper for Last night at 12 o'clock Mr. E. M. solicit a share of their patronage.
t can be had at Tydings & ellon and taking money from the
Sechel of Atlanta succeeded Mr. M.
r Company's and the prices are reasonable maiL He plead guilty and gave bond.
G. McCarroll as manager of the Ocala .
too. United States Marshal H. S. '- '
:. ____--- :<'T..t-i
House Wine Rooms.
, Quite a n umber of Priests from this Chambers secured the prisoner and
Mr. Secnel is a man of great enterprise .
county and Citrus were in Ocala yea- I brought him to Ocala.A ,..j".i.: ,..
reunion.It and will inaugarate a good many
terday and held a family
Thoughtful Man.
old and honored name'in the
is an M. M. Austin, of Winchester Ind.,

two counties. Makes a Clean Sweep. knew what to do in the hour of need.

We use only pure drug In corn- There is nothing like doing a thing His wife had such an unusual case of ---

, Bunding prescriptions, and we don1 thoroughly. Of all the salves you stomach and liver trouble, physicians WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. a aOCIL1
heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salveis
the drugs that are "almost the ever could not helo her. He thought of

., use thing" as the physician pre the best. It sweeps away and cures and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills

; game scribes. Our rule is never to substrtute. I burns,sores, bruises, cuts, boils ulcers and she got relief at once and was

Tydln skin eruptions and pyles. It is only finally cured. Only 25c. at Tydings El
_=_ 45c. and guaranteed to give satisfaction & Co. m ICE[ S PACKING COMPANY.

Mr. T. H. Wallis left yesterday by Tydinga & Co. druggists m
... of the: The Atlanta Journal thinks that
southern part
' S for a trip to the
Mr. Wallis has been at home Mr. S. G. White,representing the Alton B. Parker owned a hatchet J. M. MEFFERT. JNO. H. TAYLOR
} for several weeks with Mr*. Wallis, Antietam Paper Company, of Hagers- when he was a little boy and has now I I II

who has been critically ill but who is town, Maryland, was a caller at this grown to be a great big George

., office Monday. Washington. .
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To the Editor the Ocala Banner. 1i4ii
Dr. Lituan Al.bott.tbe swce- or oHenry the meetiug of the Los It will be remembered that the late The campaign if now uU and it is

: FlliI amis, tilt::. Ward rVecher in Plymouth les W. C. T. U. on Thursday Angt--I I Cecil Rhode*, who made a large for well for the voters to look l : about and

P. 7. Leave Basirass Yaase:'. church was rec-emly invited to ads tune in the diamond field of south see who among the many excellent od
week, Rev. Robert Burdette tbe
dress the Congregational A .oel tion" Africa, remembered the whole worldin candidates before the people are in
popular. author lecturer humorist
of Southern California and in response his wilt by leaving a free scholarship every way best qti! lirte
and preacher, was on the program for oftk'e Feed pale girls on Scott's
to invitation attempted to at for each state in the

ri show the value of stating truth iu accord a temperance talk. He talked i.ut United Stairs and in tbe same. proportion One nf the very important offices in Emulsion.

with the seUniin'c thought of much of !Vii i? t.lkbile! sound common throughout the world. Marion i' mat of sht-nrt. The phosphate \\'e do not need to give all

the day, rather than clinging to genre, backed hy & world wide The examination for tbe Florida! mines, the turpentine farms the reasons why Scott's '

i former beliefs, which he says are apoiatment will be held in the hall of aud the SAW mill have brought into Emulsion restores the
I eiperieuce-was not just exactly in
shown to have no foundation. rrpre>>ecuiives in the state Capitol, the county thousand of irresponsible
accord with tbe tine pun) theories of flesh and color of goof!
The subject of Dr. Abbot's addres beginning April 100,1. laborerhuarecuus.n! : I ly mvolvrdiu
the ladle The Express gave the health to those who suffer
The conditions le< Before the I
was :?oine spiritual= Values in the are: mOl..r < crimes.
following summary of the talk in its
MOTTO: THE BA i:-OEI.,- BEU.EIING the New Way of Mating Religious! First Students may be candidates development uf our natural recourses : from sick blood.
of the meeting:
: THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO Truth" and he said in put : report who shall have completed their 't'C- t-y the: thre' agencies1 here 'ueutione, I, The fact that it i h the I ls:
You say that prohibition prohibits
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS "The line of demarcation between I und yeir's: work at some recognized the oflice of sheriff was an: ess)' birth preparation of Cod Liver Oil
TAKEN. ITS STAND IS THE BVRRt- drinking but it doesn't. I have l*en
minister ami b is degree-granting college or university Compared with whatItl." nuW. Hence,
\ man disappearing. rich in nutrition full of healthy
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, pretty near every when hereabouts- ,
of the United states during the the duty rrs,upou the vo'ersturel ft
the minister ha leisure year
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR Though more beeu beyond the Jordan. and among stimulation is a suggestion as
of election. the eomiug ou May 10th,
for reflection interests all at primary
AT THE ; theology
the AraJ-s-but I uevr sw a town
to it does what it does.Scott's .
.i, BOTTOM thinking men and women. We all H-ond. ehol4rs: must i,c uuui,r- the very h.---' IU.i1l! fro'u among the why
where a fellow: couldn't get a
---- have doubts aud share perplexities. I tied ; must be citizens of the UnitedtStatt -evrral routlidii'es Iur this very mi Emulsion presents
whisky if he wanted it.
FRIDAY, APRIL 1 1 *:f. come not commend a new theology, Pasadena residents don't drink"a-j -!", and not less than nineteen nor 1 poruut position, for the sei-uiiiy of Cod Liver Oil at its bet,

still- to criticise the old. It has more than twenty five years of age, our homes ami the p I.&t"f the coanty fullest in strength, least ir.
come to Los Angeles!! to get whisky ; a I ,
FOR taken me 30 or T') years to paM from I on October 1 of the year in whu-h dependvery largely upon whether taste.
man can get it in Pasadena. Everynow II
UNITED STATES SENATOR I they are elected this: office i i.. tilled by a man who da
the old to the new. I cannot hope toconvert
VOTE FOR and then we pick up a man for Young women in their
you to the new in au hour. I Third. Candidates may fleet or doe not possess and well that
and fine "
drunk the
being on street
"teens curedof
are permanently
TALIAFERRO.Whose whether they will apply for the scholarship strong moral force and power uec8ary *-.
P My is to show there is a
J0MES purpose you
him ilO i. He pays it and goes out to
spiritual value in the urw. for the state In which they to create. and. couipel trspect for the peculiar disease of the

name is comawnly pronounced as tt n hunt another drink. law and order.As blood which shows itself
have acquired their educational qualification
were spelled uReii o is the life of God in the their lives
Men continue to give to

"Toliver" ttiulof man; theology is what man find the North Pole. It ou't be or for that of the state in : the writer has already intimated

which they have tbeir private domi all the candidate oflVriu;: for this
thinks of it. We have a new theology worth anything when they find it, ness, by regular treatment

and the faith it teaches U the faith of cile, home or residence. They must position are most excellent gentlemen.Y .
creeds- until with Scott's Emulsion.It
So many gods &o many but they'll stick to it they sue 1
So many paths that wind and wind Abraham the love is the love described ceed. present tbl'rrnelns for examination tn my opinion there is one who
is a true blood food andis
While just the art of being kind by Paul in 1 Cor. 13. It is not in the state they select.' No candidate in qualifications, in successful experiences -
You of
can't prohibit tbe use anything
Ii all the sad world Deeds. to be accepted because it ii new or be have may apply in' more than one and in that personal and naturally adapted to the cure
by telling a man
-Ella Wheeler Wilcox. old. The is Will this state. moral force necessary for this office of the blood sickness from
question newer
it. S ou can't cure a man' appetitefor

"t Don't forget tbat your poll taxes thinking make life richer and better1] whisk> by all the legislation in By the authority of tbe Rhodes stands pre-eminent among the rest. which so many young women

for two in arrearsto trustees the Florida (committee of By this we refer to )[r. Henry Gordon
l must be paid yean Ritual change, religion does cot. the world. Tbe children of Israel suffer.We .

entitle to a vote in the comingprimary. .oth selection shall decide upon all doubtful who is marshal and tax collector of
you Religion broadly speaking,
rebelled at their daily supply
i' DuuuelKm aud also will, It glad to usda
cases of eligibility and this decision acting deputy
Universal Presence in his world
to sufferer.Be .
Ii breakfast food and longed for the simple say
# Serer mil at the world It U jmt as working from within not without-not will be final. sheriff there.: Wbils in these office,

4 the flower if fleshpou Egypt. Six will be given in the examination be has proved not l>y words but by sure that thtt ptctir U.
we make it; we see not God set enthroned in one place. God papers the form M a label It on tk
of the
I' Take a pig out sty; wash .
of battta .IEmutsioa
,I and for ill for each of which two deed, his thorough rnas. Both wrapper every
we sow not the seed; as 1S&4 truly creating the world today ., von Day
I him rub him, make him snine like a
t it'd as we take it-the hours are allowed, by order of the brave and withal a ICIDllt.'uan-uol a
luck, why, just a* he ever made it. Uoes this Uk piece of marble; turn him out, and SCOTT & EOWNE.

heart that's in earnest no bar* can God from u% or bring him ntarer? trustees. The examination! will embrace bully; uiidauut in the discharge of Chemists
If the first thing he will do will b* to

: Impede.-Sawln. He i is present iu every filling leaf root the rcses out of the jjarder. the following: Greek Ltia his duties, without fear; impartialand 409 Pearl St.. New tiork.

H active.It is that Pantheism? If it ....tore. I i proect.iii{>Ositiou either algebra or just to 11.11toOth friend and foe; -- --- ---
The Parker machine is quite Ht! a pig

is flooding the country with its should not change my belief. Pantheism You can't cleanse a man from the I geometry and arithmetic. weildlngamoot wonderful restrainingpower TROPICAL

The pipers will be forwarded in upou evil doers; true to every
.. teach that God is all and allis
that it is outside. You well
literature with the pretense might as try to I
God. The new theology teaches sealed parcels to the chairman of the duty as an upright offi"erlud fulfilling -
l all the outcome of the general uprising cure his appetite for mince pie; healways
I that God is in all the universe, jfov I committee of election, and shall only all the obligation of a progressive PINE APPLE
of the people.Mr. liked mince pie and always
erniug, direi ting, controlling."The will. j be opened by him at the lime Bull citizen-n eessing nil these

Frank W. Pope the well! known idea of God in nature is transferred Goa'a "Tilou shalt not," when you placeof the examination, As the pa attribute*, Mr. Gordon would make

> I' U a candidate pers contain full text of all classical Marion county a bt"ritl'Qf whom
Jacksonville attorney to the moral of
government :
get right down to tbe heart of it,
executive used ia the examination: no every one would be proud. TAR and
for national democrati. the uuivarse. God rules a* a father, means "Thou ought not." Teach a passages

committe oun. Mr. Pope i+ a sterling influencing and entering into the life text booKs will b* required by candi The writer, himself a voter, urges
man he ought not, And after a while

democrat and au eloquent _peak.ere of the child and lifting him up, not you will eure him You say it will I dates. Arrangements will be made to his fellow citizens of Marion countyto

supply stationery to candidates tt the cast their votes on May 10th for
as a king by force. Oue molds, the take a long time. Yt'IIj I think God Y/INE.
I place of the examination. this able officer. He is competent, he
The Atlanta Juurual is badly other controls. We are coming to has been working with us about 7000 I j jjears. .
For further information write to i is honest, he i is true. If nominated
Parkerized. le cu uo longer see any think of inspiration as not confinedto In His own way aud in His
and elected, he will himself be has cured bad
but Mr. A. A. Murphree, Tallahassee. sheriff more
art music and universal
humor in F. Opper'a clrtoonIt own time He will bring it about.
having as hit only guide tm
refuses to leprodue them any more entering into and ordering all Leave things to God; don't meddle Call's Trikut t. Taliaferre.I cm- cases of Indigestion,
.. science, bis oath of office awl the
or in any other way play ia Heu t'. the operations of the mind. with His providences; don't suggesttoo have no understanding with Mr. duties thereof La Grippa, Stomach

"With this we are getting a very Taliaferro he, alone of candidates
back yard., many ways to Him. Never lose ; the '
He will make fari..i> <*<>< ury au disorders Coughs and
different conception of the bible. I' hope; go on with your work, but re- bolt invited me to speak at his ,
When General( Miles tells the prohibitionists able sheriff VOTEREPITHELIOMA
once thought of it as a book about member that "thou ehalt not" is not meetings and present my own opin Colds this winter than
------ -- -
that "our country is now ---
religion, now I think of it as a book ions, and he baa invited other candidates -
confronted by a crisis" and "the as good a way as "tbou ought not. ALL OTHER :remedies -
of religion. I believe the bible i* the 1 take pleasure in saying that
responsibilities wince the combined.
greatest expression or life in the soul of man. The SWIJM Cu. be has been in every respect fair, gentlemanly .
adoption of the constitution now rests
T" me it is not a dictated book, but Of the congressional subcommittee and courteous to me and to
does he -
S on the sovereign voters,
an inspired one, and so becomes: a which has been tilting on tlitcaseof all others, ana defends his record, as
realize that he is repeating what has
been said every four years ince the clearer a dearer and diviner book. Federal Judge Swayt,of Florida two be bus a right to do, against: tbe criticism Covering One Side of

Revolutionary war? If not, some "I am cowing to a different conception members have reported i iu favor of of others. I have neither con Face and Reaching In -H

of the of Jesus ChrUt. I
friend should tell him that neither person impeaching that jurist, the third, troveray nor agreement with him or

his record uor his proposed platform is have given up the thought that against such action. The case will go other candidates who do not claim to the Eye

he Christ was God and man. I gave it to the house of representatives for action precedence over others.Wilkinson .
altogether new to tbe voter essaysto
please.-Times-Union. up for spiritual reasons. If be were after having been passed upon Call in Times:-Unl.'u. {

God he would be the perfect example.I by the full committee which it The Havana--Post--thinks-- -that President CURED BHUTICURA ,

think of Jesus Christ God manifest r
as seems is likely to sustain the majority Roosevelt should be impeached SecYour
BRAIN FOOD. DrugcM orMrilrihe
in the flesh and that
brines the
R report of the subcommittee, and for his granting pensions to soldiers
Not long since there'was a great run diviness Which Acted Like a Charm .MHiiufactiirerm.
on the fish markets because it was announced nearer. Jesus Christ is the from the house will be carried to the after reaching the age of 62 without

that fish was food for the brain. image of God reduced to human After Doctors and
senate for final! the
Of course the fallacy of the fad was soon sanction and authority of con.

exploded. Normally the ,food we eat experience. He answers the questions It is not our intention to discuss grew therefor. The Post says: "'.Sev Hospitals Failed.

nourishes brain What am I? How does be feel
nerves muscle, the case of Judge Swayne, nor consider er since George Washington first took

bones of etc.the, each R > toward me? What are the personal tbe weight of tbe evidence pro oath to observe tbe constitution: has Here is another of those remarkable .a H
part body relations between him and '
assimilatingphosphorous me? and con, for such discussion would be the fundamental law of tbe republic cures of torturing, disfiguring skin tumors

When a sinner cries out, 'What can dally made by Cotlcora Resolv
premature and scarcely fair until been treated with such flagrant con
salts, lime, according I do?' there he is. When a Pharisee ent, assisted by Cnticura Ointment and
to itS;; congress has finally passed up the tempt. The '"high Crimea and miss
need. When the ; prays there he iscryingout, 'How can evidence in band. Soap, after physicians,hospitals and all
brain begins to of which Andrew John else had failed.
ye the damnation of hell '
escape ?
show weaknessor There is one fact which stands out son was impeached and almost convicted "I feel it my duty to try to help those Tropical

come the sensitive nerves be-it "It is my fortune to meet many brightly, however, and which com were trivial indiscretions in suffering from skin diseases. My case

young people in college, and their was a very bad one, covering all of
is a sign that peps eomment. And that is the fart comparison with this insolent defi one
there is a loss of study of geology anthropology and side of my face and had reached my Manufacturing
the nutrition that, whether Judge eSwaynfc is guiltyor auceof constitution. If Theodore eye. I had two or three doctors
evolution -
contained in the overthrow their faith because innocent, if he ia put upon trial Roosevelt were facing a hostile two without any relief. They said prescribe
food eaten and the teaching of church and Cornpany.JACKiWlU
r'. this loss is in by the United States senate he will thirds majority inflamed with partiSan my disease was Epithelioma. I was ) .

general due to home has not prepared them for it. be tbe first federal officer to have passion, he would be impeached then advised to go to one of our hospitals

disease of the It has made my heart bleed. Youcao't been which I did, taking: their treat- LORIDfl m.
stomach, and its so impeached since Andrew as Johnson was: and tbe impeachment ment for some time. I bad given up all

allied organs:: escape these question You JohuM would not fail in the senate for hope when my husband asked me to try Sold by All Druggists l ,
1 Dr. Pierce may banish them from the church the Cuticura Remedies. My face beIng .
I Golden Medical Surely, this is a record of which lack of confidence in its justice." in such a very bad Ute, I used the ,
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; Discovery cures they will appear in tbe newspa. the federal bench may well be proud.It To Cuticnra Soap with lake-warm water Notice to Cudu"t.
diseases of the stomach and other organsof pers. Ii is not whether they shall be Receive the Speakers. and a small silk sponge and then applied
digestion and nutrition. It enables speaks volumes for tbe ability and Promptly at the hour of four the Cuticnra Ointment. I took one tea- The itinerary or the candidates ba
S the digestion and assimilation of debated, but whether they shall Le spoonful of the Resolvent
perfect integrity the men composing that o'clock We-1nt'&dayafternoon iu four times a be5uchange l in the frtHawlw .
food, which is the source of the strength debated in the church, reverently,or response day. They acted like a charm, and in ? mptvt.OrHharuville
of both brain And body. important branch judiciary. to the call of Cot mitteemau one week's time my face was cured en. forenoon of I"ylirh aud
c' -I was troubled with very frequent headache on the street, irreverently. It is impossible tirely and has remained Carters
Morever it is so. I ,
a record to which Davis certainly Pondehat.ge.t troUI ..
writes Mi*. Belle Summtrton. of ban Diego, any representative of this paper can recommend the April
t I Uuval COL, Texas,"often accompanied by severe so to present them as to nation of the world Cuticura Remedies to May 6, 1904.
t ,vomiting;hovels were irrrguUr and mv*iomach might have poiui- was present at the court house and as infallible.
and liver seemed continually out of order bring God nearer." ad witu MRS. A. G. SMITH J.NO. M. GRAHAM k
just delight. Our ,
and judiciary no one there. Later
Olsen I could eat almost nothing sometimesabsolutely ,
. twenty-four hours at a Marion 200 Catharine St.. Sec'y. lVu, Kx. Com.
nothingfor Dr.
baa beeu so system> the foundation wbict Mr. Davis Feb. 91903.
.: time. I was entirely unfit for work, and my upon came in and took tbe authority Philadelphia.
'" whole s>btem seemed so run-down that I feareda successful The purity and sweetness, the Jane Ttichtrs (1I..lutl.
in running from rests the
away competitors superstructure of our civic of power
severe sick spell and was very much discouraged appointing following: to afford immediate relief the
I, I was advised to try Dr. Pierce's that he cannot cherish liberty, and when it is in this of speedy and certainty For review secure "Au",'rf* to
anything wholesomely committee permanent
Golden Medical Di>covery and did so with such on reception, viz: J. G. cure, the absolute -
j satisfactory results that before finishing the safety and FioriJa Teachers' Ei .
again the horse that sound great economy hare ulutiotti.
} third bottle I felt perfectly able to undertake got away condition there can be Reardon, G. G. Mathews, W. K. Ze- made Cuticura Remedies

i duties.attending Pierce's public Common school Sense Itk.Dr .' Medical with him. Tbe horse was only tryingto no danger that the croaking prophets wadski, E. W. Davis and Frank Har skin cures, blood purifiers the and standard humor <03." Nothing lib u iiBUtehfti t for*.

Adviser in paper covers is sent free, on beat the Doctor's record and it of national decadence will ever nee ris. Mr. Diviswill act as master of remedies of the world. veraw page Ouly f I, mailed fll...
of one-cent to expense Sold C5oeol tile <'atiaa.. sehamen4.iefioeaSSCn ....... J1e. Order
: .' receipt of mailing 21 only.stamps Address pay Dr. R. seems he seOred-Tiwes-Ufliofl Short their prognostication vl'rified.-At. i cereoiouie-* and will introduce the a. sirm. et p: rkpe.3dwCh.ew at once from com 4k,. d t. H.Foster .

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AND THE TEXAS UW. the destroyer Tenbama. The craw I also reported that the remAinder oi

STENOGRAPHER offiVe in TYPE-I ADMIRAL TOGATELLSJF of t"eOll'yma Maru escaped in three I: the crew and passengers Cblneee and .! .

4 boats and were mcaed ty the deatrcrS Japanese 17 in number bad been taken -
: mrcrial bank. Your work iu Ibe It isa good thing thnt the Atlmia i
Micasagl and Karig..ne. The prisoners by the Russian
above lines solicited. and Journal aud the Atl..n NVw. nr.- ATTACKJapans
(Speed accuracy
...... crew of the Fukui %ary'a:. taken
.- not printed iu oui.- 1'exato,,'u. London March 30.-According to
2O on board the Kaisuani.
It ii goOd thing ali! that home brats ana the unofficial report of the tight whlco
6Qts.'L Miss B N SINCLAIR.Good Second Attempt To Bottle "The following torpedo

Florida newspapers are not I.riulf'd ill destroyers participated in the movement took place off Chen Ju last Sunday received -

$A Friday Services. Texas. Up Russia's Fleet. : The destroyers Shirsniaio, Ka-- at the Japanese legation here

..,. ., : Tiiere will be moruiu< prayer at Tiie Atlanta newiiip| >T4 named are SIXTH ATTACK ON PORT ARTHUR Bumi, Asashlo, Akatsul, Akebcno, Obo-- the Japanese casualties were as office
and four killed and 10 off
Tsubama ika- r
-...".-. Grace church tu 10:30 a. 111. Also the consuming most of thHr editorial ro, Inasuma, Aodaka,
wounded. The loss3 -
Sazanami and ShlI cers and 12 men
touch Usugumo,
12Qu. IV$9cL9 "Three Hours at the Cross," li to 3 p. pce iu booming the presidential I Exciting Recital of Japan's Admiralof I nonome; torpedo boats Karigane, MI. were ill sustained by the cavalry

m. with hymns of the pasMou. aspirations of Judge Alton B. Parker Heroic Naval Fight Has Reached I tasagi, Manadsura and Hato.

Mrs. Edgar- -C.--Bird-aud--little son, and Editor William) Randolph Hearst Tokio and Creates Much JoyOtherWar (Signed) "Togo." DAVIS SWEEPS ARKANSAS.He .

of BrooIyoN. Y. will join Mr. Bird and some of the Florida newspapersare News of Importance. t
March 29.M. .- Carried Fifty-Three
New Chwang Tuesday.
11 ..' in Jacksonville iu" few days. Mr. vi orounly favoring the candidates Toaio, March 29.2 p. m.-Admiral Protasieff, Viceroy Alexieff's financial Count*-Wood Carried 1S.

// of their choice. Togo's recital of the second attemptto Little Rock Ark. March 31.-Returns
Bird has been visiting there for owe agent, says it is not Russia's Intention ,

DQRLVPRPALII werks and may decide to again locate Out iu Tentthib ill not a upwnpa( bottle up the Port Arthur squadron to strangle the shipping tradeat have been receives from Tl om

but is misdenieuor trd the sixth attack on that port was of 75 counties and these show teat
there permauenUy.P per privilege a rhgraul New Chwtng, and he consents to
reached Toklo today. Admiral Togo Governor Jefferson Davis carried &2,
punishable! oy the courlH. negotiate terms which will facilitate
; CHAS E. BLUM ..umeal* is Robbed of itt Terrors. 's report is as follows: JL and Judge Wood 18 counties is the
1 COMPANY If au editor in Texan receives
By '-ole,', Honey and Tar. Jt The united squadron again left Fhe merchant hips which arrivedon Democratic state primaries 1.1t Sit

: 5l7andSI9W.Eay& stops the racking cough and beats money something of value, as a for Port Arthur last Saturday. On Sunday iatt but which were net urday. The counties carried by Governor ,

and strengthens the lungs. If taken "consideration for advocating or opposing Sunday morning at 9:30 we commenced admitted! ir.to'the tarbor until today Davis are entitled to 802 delegates i

Jac soJ'lvnte.' Flo. in time it will prevent an attack of the election or appointment of preparations for blockading refer they saw a nubhtau I:m. u. ....... in the state convention.The I

pneumonia. Refuse eutetitusee. Post- I the harbor entrance. The four steamers off Pert Arthur at number to Dominate I
I any oue to ttu office iu *u editorial I warships cruising necessary

HERE AND THERE office Drug Store. m i article," he ii guiliy of a misdemeanor I. which were to be sunk escorted a distance of 12 it:lies. The protected is 222. Judge Wood has conceded

by a flotilla of torpedo boat destroyers cruls-tr: AskcH was farther out that on the face of the returns lie bu
Mr. W. H. Clark and Mr. B. L. and is: putii"bat iiudT ihe law.
the entrance, facing
:, Mr. Clifford Landers 1 is in the city I advanced to acting as !;scout while: the torts ashore not enough counties to win the nomInation
I Hall went down to (Silver Springsand The atttoruey geuerul of Texas the enemy's search lights. About 2::
visiting his parents. were making *::ermtntal shots un but he will appeal to the state

: the Ocklawaha river Thursday eumaup the TJoUtion of the Texas miles from the entrance the bottling I der directions! of the his. A felt: convention and contest the vote M returned

The Masons had a most delightful on a fishing expedition and brought law as follow: up squadron was discovered by the of lorptilo ticatsas al::.o seen c'.j.-e in a number of counties.

banquet last night. Among!! the back with them fifty two trout and a First. For auy <'HH'li! fortresses on either side and also to for .
a convention the ot electing
visitors were James Caruell, Ormoud ; large number of brim and perch.Mr. other person to pay a ue*. paper man
that from the enemy's ships on gU2.rJ.and ''
New Chwarg. T--'ay, Jc-cj: ".- delegates to the state convention.
L. Harrimn: Jacksonville; H.V.. to advocate in his uevt"paper the '
J. F. Lockhart, of St. Peters- braving these dangers, the four A strong repre er.a.au aaje by: United Indications are that contesting del.

2 lx:>ngr, Martfl ; Mr. Ellis, Virginia ; I burg, has our thanks for two very election or npp.>inttut-ui of a candidate steamers ran Into the waterway at the I States Consul .M..Jer:: that the civil gations will be sent from a dozen ot

Mr. Beautuan, of North Carolina. r for ntlice.Second. mouth of the harbor. One of the administrator had !invaded neutral more counties.
fine of mackerel
specimens Spanish For any candidate or any steamers, the Chyo Maru, anchored ights when be ordered the lowering ,

.;\ Miss Mabel Tiinoious, who has which he sent us Friday. Mr. Lock- other person to pay for the publication about half a chain from the western of the American flag from buildings AFTER SULlY'S PARTN RS.

: been spending some time in Ocala hart is doing a nice business at'St. of articles written by one connected shore of Golden Hill, blew itself up Ii belonging to American citizens even Will Try to Find Out More About

'; and Citra. left yesterday for her borne Petersburg 'and is very much delighted and sank. The second one, the Fuk- though it was done through the apprehension Broker's Ai ett.

Nashville, Tenn. While in Oeala I with that city.Preparatory with the paper, such ariickb ri t Maru, passing to the left of the I that the flag was illegally New York March 30.-Darld H. Jill

: advocating the election or apfioint- Chyo Maru, and advanced a short dls.1 used by Chinese for the purpose ot ler, one of the two receivers for the
the tof Mrs. Pittmau.
was tbegw
Service. went of a candidate tor ollice. tance and was about to come to an- I resisting police inspection, the civil suspended cotton firm of Daniel J.

., Mrs. RCK*, who bas been visiting at There will be preaching at the Third. For auy ue ppaptr man to chor when she was struck by a torpedo I administrator has promised to duly Sully &CO., said today that the receivers

from the enemy's destroyers. She and in proper form. through the mili had applied to United State
; the home of her nephew, Mrs. W. J. Presbyterian church this evening at receive any money or thing of valueas
sank in that position. The third, j tary to raise the flug; over the building courts for an order for the elimination -
Chambers for several weeks, left 7:30, preparatory to the Communion consideration for
a advocating oroppooing
the Yahiko Maru, went to the left of from which it was lemoved. The of Edwin Hawley and Frank Ray.
for her home in Macon, Ga., yester- Easter Sunday. A full attendance of the election I
or aupoiutmeut the Fukni Maru and blew herself up I British flag which was ordered taken the alleged partners of Sully in the

_ members is requested. The public of i.uy oue to au office iu editorial and and sank. The fourth steamer, ;' down will also be allowed to remain. big cotton deal which resulted in the

day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. V. Miller and Mr. cordially invited. article or articles. the Yaneyma Maru readier the bar I! suspension of his firm.
I Che :20.: m.-l 1 The application was made under
Foo. Mcrch -11:30 a.
G. R. McKeau bor entrance and colliding against the '
and Mrs. are moving It would not be a violation of the
Chief W. C. Bull asks us to announce that section of the United State
I The captain nn oiler and one pa
Etern of one of the enemy's torpedo I 8en'l
into the Bedding house on
today law
: bankruptcy laws which permits a creditor

that after this date in case of destroyers. she managed to reach the ger of the .Japanese coasting
South Second street, east, which Mr. First. For a candidate to or the i or receivers to examine any persons
pay Hanjei arrived at Teng Cliow this
fire he will drive the double team of middle passage by passing between |, i
from whom light can be obtained
Miller recently purchased. '' man to receive morning ar.j repoi'tei that the Han I any
IHpt'r a price the Chyo Maru and Fuknl Maru. Just
horses recently added to the fire department I regarding a bankrupt. The
agreed for the topUlIli.h at that moment of the yer had been fired on and sunk by the j
\ Miss Pauline Sullivan, who has and asks drivers of vehiclesto upon newspaper one object of the examination will be to
struck and sank her. Her Russian fleet near the Miaotao islands '
been visiting friends and relatives his anuouucenir-ut aud the torpedoes tnd ont more about uJl"s .w u .
; give all the room possible for himto
momentum brought her toward the on the morning of March 27. They
u>!u.d. complimentary notice.
in Americus, Ga., and Jacksonville -
HS horses not having
pass -
left shore and with her bow toward -----
for the two months returned Second. For the caudidate :)r any -
S past service except in practicing. may the left side she sank sidewise. To

home yesterday.Mrs. become excited.Mr. other person to pay the regular udver- have accomplished the work so far I Florida East Coast Ry.

ti'iug rates fur artiolt-4< published not
under great disadvantages and dangers
R. U. Blake has returned from R. W. Holliday executive '
I written II y any one connected with must be considered a success, and
; Dunnellon. where she attended the committeeman for Eureka district the newspaper. should command admiration. It is LOCALTIMECARDHo.53. In Effect Feb. 16, 1904.

crystal wedding celebration of her number 27, is anxious for the campaign Third. For the newspaper man to to be regretted, however, that owingto I 80UTH10UNO-READ DOWN. KORTH80UKD-READ UP. i!

brother and sisUr Mr. and Mrs. some being left between i
make 1:1
committee to
-, an appointment write such articles, provided he re I No.e9Io.U Wo.29 NO.23STATIONS I NO.2' No.981 I No.73 ....n 5.21" If
Robert ganders. Her sister-in-law, for the speakers to the Yahiko Maru and the Yoneyma, .i IiLy. Da1Iy.J Daily. >>..s11. Dall,. / :&lJy. Dal:1.ID..J11.: 11..111. lJal11.: I
eel therefor. .
Mrs, L. B. Banders accompanied her V'l'Il.IO compensation! a complete blocking of the entrance :==. i-or irrr p 10011; f e sLv: 3'ksony'e At ii a t .a 7 W 1ij' ,..
visit his district. He promises that Some Florida editors would find it has not been effected. ........ I 13.. ..... 10CII ........ !!') J'k8oDY'e aj I 6Ua 7 2 .._ (
home. ........ 1:5 110 p ll1h C Soc ..8t.Au 2 I 1 ......, I
_ they shall be greeted with a big au up hill business iu running a "The vessels engaged in this work j ........ 861: UI IMI'I 33 ,, ,
[ Mies &ssie Turubull, recording sec I .. ...... 1011 p ..U' I .
crowd. _ in the Lon.* Star are those which had been engaged in --
paper out state. -ii -
of the W. H. }I. S. of the ........ 1025 i 4p I ooa 45i 4 "
retary Mrs. C. P. McGrath, of Ocala, aud the same work before. It was by I .. ... --.J .R&ttngs. J' 7.Oa 620i S i -

; Methodist church, who has been attending Mrs. Terrell, of Tampa, who have their special request. 'Only petty officers -........ I .jf15 .
.. 71Sp .... .. .... ....
the convention in this city and crews were supplanted by [ ...... -. 7231 .. .. 800a .1' 7l5i......... f
been on a brief visit to Col. and Mt>. --- .SOJa..

left for her home in Monticello new men. ........... 12 Op .. ..... Lv.. Nei'-va ..LT. I ........
.. yes- J. N. Ktrohbar in this city returned The casulaties follow. I........ .. .. 1 Clp ....Bunnells. ... ..... 'UI'I ...... .

terday. Mi s Turn bull was entertained yesterday to their respective homes. Killed: Commander Hiroz and three I.::::::::. 11 3,.. : c3P136p 10'47'S.:.... Ormmd.Day Duponr. ......:. .1... ..Sbuai&tta'.. 3 415 i7 i'i;4 t :si.I. .:::'-:" I

Mr G. 8. cott while in Ocala. ...... 11 44 Ii7p 10 66 a.. ... tons...:.. 21 al 335 p$ 01' ..
by ? These! ladies are of the most estimable petty officers; mortally and seriously ..... .... 1 17p ... .PortOrang....... .. .. .. : :sp! ........
> I ......... 12 17 ] ZISp 11 SO a ..};..". mJrll&.. 1 'de 4 SUa U: ..
: Mrs. J. H. Burchell, of New York nature, and have many friends wounded. Lieutenant Shimada; : ................ _.... 2 41 ........Oak Hill.... .. ..... Hfl ....
sightly wounded Lieutenant Masuki. I ........ Ilia U7p 3 19 1203pioP .. ..Titusville.... 122 a .-......
hi-rewho will be glad to have them ...- ...... .. ...... 57 ...... ..... ,). 3 cip. .... I
tet-ident of Ocala who has p.. .....
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Engineer Kurita and six petty officer : -w. 07 1 13 53 p 5 ..__
been at the Tampa Bayhotel for the make a return visit.-Gainesville Sun. .............. HO fJ l Ut JI ....Cocoa..3. i4 1 i'' p i .........
and men. ........ ...... SlSp H p ... 1t .......
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winter and i i nl' a,. .......
spent Tuesday Mrs. E. H. Swainof Muuice, Ind., I All the remainder of the crews were .. .
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safely :::::::: 4 iTs 7C3p : 231) '2i5'pis'p ::. F11erce.: .:::. '3':0. ISSOs ::.Jr. :::: ::
.yhe picked by 1233j
our destroyers.
in this route for up
city. was en
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her northern home. _... .. .. ...... "Commander Hiroz and Boatswain! ...... ... ... "_... e t p ...... ... Eden...... iiri'BMP, ..".."..". IOC 1011'1'?a, .. .... ..
jiopular citizens, arrived in Ocala BAILIFF KILLS BLACK. -.6 55 : ............Jensen..... f ....... iao4a|...... ..
I Sugino, who were killed, dispayed remarkable ........ .... ....... rssp ............ .Muart...... ........ .. 9 6ft &! .. ........
saturday to l tti'nlthf' session of theVomnan's .... ... .... ..... .... .
7I3p Hole eound... 8 28a .. .. ....
Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Juhiteon courage. Boatswain Sugino .
Negro Attempted to Kill Officer Who : ...... ...... 7 {5p West JuptlerV 1 lOa .
and daughter of Yaldo 'a Ja. \ Howe Mi.--ionary; Society .was just going down to light the magazine -i C 40 a. 045 p 9CSp \ J'alni Beach 1 3 a lot:. .
are .
> Had Him in Charge. C 25a eg, .1i5p 8tOp itlp..Palm. Bt-atb.. 7 2f> a 10 3 .I8
:Mrs Swain has t>eeii (-pending the on the Fukui Maru when the I G ..... ...Boynlon.... 6 C3p..s a.5a |
guest; at the O"ala HouMr.. Columbus, Ga., March 31.-News |o OSa..5( .. p ....... .Helray..... ......
winter at gari-wita) Anthony audother Ship was struck by an enemy's torpedo 3 ........ ....... i.i '. ....... .I. liucerdaleHillandnie 5 34 5e. .. ui ujp I
Johnson i is a member of the firm ofCmrkRuyJohnson reached the city today of a Killing ID which killed him. I oua//.. .. ............ 10 i= p. ........ .. i J,>a. .. .. .
Company, of places in the > atl'. During; her Harris county )yesterday near Ossa I 11 a''.. ........ ..11C7p... ... .......Lemon City.Miami .. tSs 157p U1p.. II r
"Commander Hiroz after causinghis I 11 40 860ft 10 top 1115pl I 6 iOI' At .J.\' t p 7 jP 6 {MI a 12-. I &jp
stay in Ocala he i is beiugentertuin-d hatchie creek, between Cataula and ,
Mattel. men to take to the boats and not I
I Trains do :
by Mrs. Joseph Shuford. Hamilton.It not stop at stations where time Is not thown.
finding Sugini, searched through the I II II
: Special Notice. that
seems Henry Page, bailiff ol If
)Ir!'. G. S. Hcottgavea very delightful ship three times for him. Finding i f Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St.
The next visit to Ocala of Lr E. T. Cataula had arrested John Williams Augustine. .

Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat party Saturday afternoon at her a negro, for shooting it and attempt his ship gradually going down, Commander ,]: JACKSONVILLE [(".. tI.'Ne.' ,9+'110. 17tW 35f'No.4H",1.,1"! lhj.lr..

.- surgeon of Tampa; will be Thursday lovely home on Fort King avenue to ing to kill Joe Huff, another negro. Hlroz was compelled to. give I I j i TI ST. AUGUSTINE | Dally j Daily j lIailyl| Daily ;, Daily )k'J; .{Jj | }Z D.rFjDil7, .| M:!:

April 7th, Montezuma Hotel. t.Col. the two missionary societies of thePre8b'teriao After a preliminary trial Before Judge up. the search and enter a boat. He j!i JaattonvUle.. ..1 713 aIlia 1000 .110 J:5a 1J 15 130 p 230p 300p 80Sp $ pU5\ ,

Thompson at Cataula Williams was was rowing away under the enemy's !I,:'AP.5LiuguFtIae. ilia M" tit i PI 230]>l 330p/ 400p Blip UlpIUI

.Whitfield and daughter of church. The young hot fire and a shell struck him the. : iT.iDGUSTINE .1 .fllo. '
placed under a $200 j fN .2s+mwa. .8Ti ?J8 ':'No. '6"! .
bond. and the bailiff o. nli iPaUyD No.4. 55 Of *.. isj Ma.74*
Kingston; S. C., who have been en. I folks. spent a very happy afternoon was direct to carry him to the head. His head and part of his body j I TO UOKSONVILLB ) UyDaily| | II.I II. j-j Daily '.iV $ Dilly i Daily Daily "

joying a visit in Ocala for several playing games ou the lawn and the I Harris county jail at Hamilton. was blown away. Only a piece oi LT. t. .La5iitiu... 800a T Wa) TSOall 10 a Il40al210p" 4 50 p 610 ? 1 20p t I'41 ,

weeks with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. oiler people spent the time equally as On the: way to Hamilton it seems flesh in the boat was all that remained llYi1J...., 10) & 8 10 a liOaIZlOpl240pl"01'| Slop 7IOp 7 30 p H')

Bount: Jeft for their home Tuesday. I pleasant, if quieter, on the large veI that the negro became very impertinent of the brave officer's body. I j f fI I '"he following Are Through Pullman Trains
Commander Hiroz was always a model
and unruly knocking Uiihtf Page .;: EAS7IIII TUIN8
-- randa. The social
---- was much WESTEIN TRAINS
1 Mrs. J. R. Bowman, after spending! enjoyed out of the buggy. He also took the officer and he leaves a meritorious .. .tilt.: S 11M II8cHI 11-](..\h York. ',\D4l'11li4a ralm' lIa1te4 I paaial I -0.15 and 1 6-Chleap ft "ricla Special
byall.The. J. ttI" 03 aU 82-Chiea and
Flonl1. LIim.4
example, the memory of which will >i 1.4--8e.
.- a mouth among friends iu Ocala, left gun him and attemptedto i.N.27aft4O-TbaFioridsLlmtted f

I Tuesday for Birmingham Ala. from social given by the Daughters kill him. The bailiff recoveredthe be ever-lasting. I i ., .me ttal.1!. are oiar4Ud aiBHJLXCH. .. ,of?11I1t1 Care and extre eei'fare will lit ellar,'".
tVy 10M "opH&te4 on 'r&1U iA whIch 110 utra er seas taro i.
of the Confederacy gun alter a desperate "For the protection of the steamersand : -- .. _char.e4.
struggle -
which she Friday afternoonin t ---- "---- ---- - .
: place will go to her homein ----- :
the negro fighting like the rescue of their crews our ] U1I'J'ORD .
Bowline Green the grove opposite Mrs. C. A. Lid- a wild beast I QLNU CITY B&1NCK.
Ky. and to his flotilla of torpedo boat destroyers din i
don's save own life the bailifl ; lUll I Ns.tt lio. a .. ...
:on Ocklawaha CS .-0". i :TT1t'i
avenue was avery their utmost in the face of the !' s.lir J I I Dally I .4tIOv.. I
:Mr. William T. White,of Rockland shot the other. enemy's Daily Daily I I Paul J Dali I,

pleasant affair. Ice cream, cake severe cannonading. First of ail !, 'J1'.........Ar! 12 COp 10 Ita ..)T. 'ltIIlnl"Jor
Me., has just returned from .......... :, II,
a trip to 1g'1 'J6 J lll1a '. ..Iea
and Easter .AI 11
eggs were sold aud quite a were tie efforts of the destroyers Ao- fpM..........An 11 Ma t p 11"" y. f
Negro *
Wagon Drivers Strike.
Cuba and the east coast and .......... Jo..t o'f
.' stopped nice sum was realized which will be Richmond, Va., March 31.Yester daka and Tsubama, who penetratedto iVj I18 toa IS U I6-t r, U .

over in Ocala for a few das with hfs within about mile of ,
a the harbor
devoted to the Iit$ *s.llIlip
day 14
monument fund. The negro wagon' drivers of the m.LTYORT Ks.IIDally. .* 18
friend, Mr. Will Hocker.RESIDENCE entrance, where they encountered an I b
attendance was good and the social baggage transfer company BILANOX.a. e::
notified engaged the enemy's destroyers, Inflicting -
-, was a very successful and delightful company that they would considerable damage. 11 t 31 ...... ....... _. ........................ ,
FOf not work with a white man who htC 21 ii a I 4 13 ........... ZlckIonTiIlL
? SALE one. 3.1 a I I Id 8tta I

been employed as a driver. Today "One Russian destroyer seemed to II a U pJLv..1'F'--........ I MIU.... .................. p 749a7IOs 7 501 s 1 :
:: have been hit in the boiler. I u I IS .. $ p
Mrs. M. E. Provine and her neice, the company discharged the whole negro She sent Lj pr". ,

:I offer for force up a volume of steam and retreated. :
wtieluij-" residence Miss Pearle Provine, who have been and substituted white driv PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
ers. As the officers and men of the. Ao. : CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
the ,
near house, visiting in this city, the guests of
daka and Tsubama were leaving the i> LOSI CONNECTION
in Ocala coiifaiiiing 10 room* Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Bitting, left Friday WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. S. S. COMPANY FOI tb
narbor after the work they had done
bathroom and kitcheu. Peculiar Accident Results Fatally. HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU.
House for their home in ,
Mississippi. Burnside. they observed that one of the enemy's
Ky., March 31.-As the
I* in excellent eoodition and They were very much charmed ships below Golden Hill seemed to be 'I'hellfl TIme
with fast northbound express No.2 on thr 'ttblu show the tlmeu a'which trains mar be expected
I fitted with electric' light* Florida, its climate and its scenery. Queen and Crescent railway wa ccmpletely disabled. Despite theI' from lot doea tile the aeveralU/DB\CompHT hOld but Haelf thltir responsibjo arrival or departure fop any delay at the or times aD1 stated 1 1i0' ,ani deport kers4 J
4 hot fire of the from. eonsquence artllAI ,
enemy to which
- throughout. Half cash, balance They were particularly charmed with rounding a curve near Tateville today
our flotilla! was exposed until Sawn i
- on easy terms. Title per- Silver Springs, Blue Springs, Homosassa it struck a cow, knocking the unimaJ no damage whatever was sustained., 1 T'srCepyofth. LOCAL TIME CUD or Othtr foms.tloB

't '< Crystal River. "SEE THE TICKET "
. They will Tic crews aboard the Chyo Maru and j AGENT
.- year-old son Oscar, both of wEom
.1 : Boom I2.Po1offlce: Itlock. J JP return to Florida next winter. were killed. the Y&hlko Maru were taken "i boar! I. n. EAHHEB.:: Aiat. G4>n. PM Agent.., ST. AUOUSTDTE. J'L.A. .

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"i'When. Not long ago the czarina received .

I Jewel InAn from her husband as an Easter present I I BONILLA NOT EXECUTED. SEEDS.

i a Jeweled heart set in rare many colored -
:.1Ea.rterttde Odd B7 stones. This heart was surround'i Ex-President of Honduras Languishing : -y ,

Russian Easter / 8 S ed by twenty-five tiny In Jail-esult of Plot.
R the members of the Russian royal family. I
: Custom The Easter egg collections of the New Orleans, March 29."Therewere If you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans goobers,
evidences when I left
ComeoS'I empress and the czarina were exhibited Honduras chufas, whipporwill: clay cane or lady finger beans
he- that the condemnation to death ot I' peas, ,
I I craze of at the Paris exposition with the
giving and
WHILE souvenirs on rest of the crown Jewels, and they General Pollicarpo Bonilla is a largesized English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties

tlt word "Easter" b bt the occasion N i guorully every- were much admired.In bluff" said L. Andrade a Hon. field corn, and all field and garden; seed,

; O Anglicized form of the name 1 I looked upon as A'ng: exclusively all. the young czarina has over durian who arrived here today. Mr.

of the British goddess of American jet in onTrepurt. 125 different eggs, many of them hayIng Andrade has sold his interests in Honduras Call on or write,

a spring and all our regard for at least Russian wonieu beat the been given to her when she was a and is on his way to England to

tt, Easter, aside from that based: on re1 I r American women out and out Among child. The collection of the empress live. He said: that ex-President B0-

ligion rests on the fact that in our !I I the Russian aristocrats the custom of dowager is somewhat smaller, but contains nilla Bad not been executed up to the

1- northern hemisphere It ushers in the I I giving and collecting Easter eggs! is some ninety-five beautiful specimens. time he left although! he was languishing The OCtLla Seed StoreSole

.prlng.go universally followed and some women .-Kansas City Star. in prison. His offense was

t f comes Easter to stand for the have carl'it.it to an almost extravagant in attacking the government in &

rejmenation of man's soul and body I I I extent The Romance of speech Mr. Andrade said, and the Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick.

and the brown old earth as \\cas\ for Both the dowager empress of Russia story of the plot against it was probably

I the highest religious Lope. and the young; czarina have become AiEaster BonnetWHERE cooked up.

, Possibly from the same grand origInal collectors of Easter eggs, and their Powerful influences rre at work to

I cause the blood of man runs collections in point of both value and save the condemned mac and the impression -
lilies hid the Latin text
I warmer when the sap begins to How in extent greatly excel those of other is that he wHl be exiled. tffi!!5au 5d5 1J 5u 5a. 5r5 u 5e5 n .5a i'G't
I smilax wreathed the r
) the tree and he breathes wealthy Russian altar
in a new women and as the And bead bent Mr. Andrade said that the present ,
I rigor from the springtime breee custom is widespread; in Russia that every was gravely
O'er sacred and executive of Honduras were a wise
psalter, WE
psalm EAT
A good poet tells us that when man Is baying a good deal
And all the font was pink and white and able administrator but seemed
la young his fancy at that season turns Among court circles it seems that
to thoughts of love perhaps in obedience there I is an unwritten law which has With roses strewn upon it, to be constantly haunted by the fear -- To grow strong. Unless we get I
He saw a little maid in gray that he will be overthrown.
to the same tacit command heeded existed from tame immemorial that the Who wore an Easter bonnet good meat we may as well let

by the wanton lapwing and the red reigning czar shall give the czarinaan s
v )/ it alone. There is no strength m
breasted rohin.j' Easter,; egg; containing some valuable walked behind her from the chinch Baby Escaped Lightning Flash. e

Be he old or young the season Inspires gift which usually takes the formof HE And viewed her girlish graces, Wilmington N. C., March 29.-Miss l g y in tough meat-instead of giving II

him with new hope. It must. a reproduction of some recent not- And breathed the vague, delicious scent Annie Deal, a well-known young woman i it takes strength to digest I

He sees all that was dead live again, able event worked in precious metals Of dainty bows and laces.A of Holly Ridge, Onslow county
; t L't' it. It pays to be careful in I
and, whether he knows it or not. It id and jewels.: prayer bock was in her hand- was killed by lightning Wednesdaw afternoon I H

;, this sight that Inspires him with new I Alexander III., the father of the She kept her glances on it, during a severe thunder stormA I 4 .. buying meat-be sure to get liIf j

courage. That nothing is lost, that no present czar, never failed to observe Till came a gust of frolic wind baby sister was sitting in her lap the best-tender and choice.

effort of his can come to naught; is the I the custom and the result is that the And whisked her bonnet when she killed
away was and the child '
Pay a little if need be and
more j
dowager -
message taught him and the sermon empress has some magnificent escaped without injury. Several other : f

preached by every oat bladt sprouting eggs among her collection. One persons in the room were badly stun 00 !. put something In your stomach
by the wayside by the flower blooming: of the eggs given !her by her husbandthe
ned for a few seconds. The house i ; which will put flesh on yonr
of the one slh prizes more than
In the crevice rocks. highly
No matter how desperate his circum- any other- made of ivory and con- was set on fire by the deadly bolt, A ; bones and strong blood in your j jrt

Utes a cii'--ture shin made of solid but the flames were checked before m I

" 't i doing much damage.Investigation i

). Resumed April 12. m.m.ED'"CN ARDS BROS.

Washington. March 29.-The investigation
IJ Y of the protests against Senator m Stall 2 and 4 Oily: Market, Ocala, Fla. ; ICJr'

Nt'd rpbb V Reed Smoot will be resumed
eri::r-'' ,5ai5r5! 5r r5r i?JJI! 'Z e5e5e 5r5-'r i' u i5c r r5p5c 5P
April 12 by the senate committee on
W r yf
HV /. tf privileges an delections. The witnesses 1

will include a number of officials 1

of the Mormon church. JAS.M.GRAHAM: President. GEO.W.HYDE, Vice Prey 1

: rT45s It Will The First National Bank

,.t"_' 4.. f Pay You The Only Chartered OF GAINESVILLE.Bank in Alachua County.

a ,r4F Capital. . . . . . . . ... . . ,$50000 00

: 't':"s, ry. tr sN I IF You sell have any Real Estateto Surplus. and Undivided Profits . . .. .. . . 20XX 00

Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank in the ,

: state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
f OR Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business

.t a transacted promptly.
) You're thinking of comingto 0.7 H. E. TAYLORCashier

ei'' ri 4 Ji I IF :Florida for a home,

L % ... '
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,i', OR S

You desire to invest in any
4 '\ Ir; I IF kind of Florida property, i
We Have Just Opened.

eo l TO SEE I ITlie

Newest, ;
HER eyes were full of April tears, The Nobbiest,

scarlet lips were smiling; The Swellest:! ,
.. The sunny curls about her brow I G & SONS

< Were made for man's beguiling. ,

Her face was like a dewy :rose- OCALA. FLORIDA.

He paused to gate upon it, STRAW HATS
-- --
And found that he had lost his heart

As she had lust her bonnet BRANCH'SGenuine To be seen

; In Ooala.
now a spray of orange flowers Caall and
BUT Rattlesnake see. 1
wreathed about the Latin;

The hide maid is all in white-

: A dream of lace and satin, WATERMELON SEED. V

And, E: he takes her slender hand

'i And ilipj the ring upon it, Only Pure Strain in the United States THE CHAMBERS SHOE Go.

He murmurs softly in her ear,
Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 years. No
v t-,' "A blessing! on the bonnet!" other vanety grown on plantation of 1500 acres. OCALA FLA.McMillan .
-Minna Irving in Frank Leslie's Popular Pure seed impossible where different varietiesare

Monthly. grown.
: ....I"r tv I oz., 150; :2 oz.,:!5; ii Ib.400. !% lb.65; I Ib,$1.25; V -
', 10Ibs.lo-Deh'ered.
i .' ,.... .. ::t Send for Seed Annual. "Manual on Melon
: '*&%.<>v ? V < fZ **''IW*' .. -, ."'7<: '" :': .' Culture." toe. Remit by registered letter O'
vBJ* '' < T < 'if" ;" '1 '.J: Biblical. Version of the Sa,'Iou'. Re- money .

<5&ap_ _jKfr_/ _Jhl ..... .< .t_ :_. ,.. lease From the Tomb. order.M.. I. BRANCH, 1 Bros

And when the Sabbath was past

AN EASTER FANTASY.stances Mary Magdalene and Mary, the mother Columbia Co Berzelia, Ga

-- of James, and Salome had brought

in the bleakness of a few I r gold mounted a beryl stone It is sweet spices that they might come and ---- -- ,- Southern Copper Works
said that the goldsmith spent more
himselfthe I
weeks before, he cannot deny anoint him.
nine mouths in making it
cheer that comes of full reliance on : than And very early In the morning, the Important Decision
Manufacturers of Stills
Its Intrinsic value, however is by no Turpentine
the power which is working the sublIme I first day of the week they came unto
the thing that appeals to the
miracle of putting a single shrub means the sepulcher at the rising of the sun.
In bud. empress herself. Its true value to her And they said among themselves Lower insurance Rates t. bt and General Metal Workers.Old .
souvenir of
lies in the fact that it is a
"Truth crushed to earth will rise Who shall roll us away the stone from Given to Persons who do
the happy termination of what had
again." In that Is the comfort of the and anxious ordeal the door of the sepulcher? not Drink Alcoholic
been a most-trying
zealot the reformer, even though the for her. And when they looked they saw Liquors Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

Easter him to his grave for hid that the stone was rolled away, for it
see go
It seems that the present czar, Nicholas through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
the divine assurance wa great
principles. lIe sees very
In the resurrection of every II. had a most unreasonable love And entering into the sepulcher they Bj A recent decision of ODe of the largest wire will receive prompt attention at either of the -
affair when a boy. The czar, his father
burled seed that- saw a young man sitting on the right insurance companies of the United follcwing works -
s Insisted his x isiting the continent
Ever the right comes uppermost.And side, clothed a long white garment States, lower rates are to be given those
his ardor might be
hoping that
ever la Justice done. somewhat cooled in that way. Around and they were affrighted. persona who do not Indulge ID the rue of FAYETT tflLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

And he saith unto them: Be not af Intoxicating llquon. This Is just for.
the world Nicholas was accordinglysent
WaUlo PUcr. frighted. Ye seek Jesus of Nazareth J.ACKS-.IVILLE. FLA MOBILE AA.
The Jw and. as expected" the voyage statistics from all sources show that the ..
To Mohammedans and Jews the most which was crucified. lie is risen. He
: proved that the saying "absence makes CM of alcoholic drinks always predisposes
sacred spot In Jerusalem is the temple i* not here. Behold the place where
vast Inclosure nearly a mile in cir the heart grow fonder" is not universally they laid him. to kidney troubles, and Bright'lDisease
a is true, for when the young prince returned Diabetes and all other fatal kid
I building tell his
But disciple
cumference. The principal go your way
the Dome of the Uock-often though his love had died out. Nevertheless and Peter that be goeth before you ney diseases are far more frequent among ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAY COMPANYTime

erroneously, termed the Mosque of the empress grieved greatlyover Into Galilee; there shall ye see him as drinkers of beer and alcoholic beverages
the affair, which had been somewhat I
Omar-which stands In the very center I he said unto you. than among those who do not Indulgein
of a shock to society and it wasa
of the temple and covers the sacred And they went out quickly and fled them.
long time before she was really satisfied
according to Moslem tra from the sepulcher, for they trembledand
rock whence that the danger was passed. Asa In a recent address before the Senate of

dition. Mohammed ascended Into souvenir of their happy escape from were amazed. Neither said they the United States, Hon. J. II.Galllnger,
heaven. The point where the Jews anything to any man for they were Table in Effect Feb. 7th 1903.
Senator from New ti
and what had at one time seemed about to Hampshire, gave
western FROM OCALA.
13 beneath the afraid.Mark xvL DEPARTURES
gather the Jew's wallIng end in a royal scandal the czar presented i, result of most thorough Investigations
. quter wall known his wife on the following Easter made ascertain the effects I'I I
to of beer drink
place. Here every afternoon Benefit of Failing. Train 32, 1:20 a. m. For Rocnelle. Palatlta. Jacksonville, Wtvcross. Thomas ille, baviiiah
be found swaying wtth the miniature gold ship, which Most religious observances can be ing upon the health and life of Individuals Charleston, Wilmingtcm. Rictnemd. WaskiDitom Norfolk Baltimore. Philadelphia -
of Jews
may .ud all Also for all
of that 1 t I New York losto. enter pouts. wasters
their bodies to and fro or.pressing their was a perfect representation traced back to some common sense lie showed conclusively that almost points in coaaectian with Chicago aid htmda special.

foreheads against the stones white In which the young prince bad made natural law of hygiene, and Lenten abstinence all cases of Bright's Disease were caused Tram "ft, 1:15 p. m. For Rochelle Palatkk, Jacltsoinlle..d all.other points east Also for Slices
in Atlanta Nashville,Cbicaro via Dixie roste.rrain39,3.
his tour of the world complete
with tears running down their cheeks every to put it on a strictly material by beer drinking and that other fatal kidney .x)p m. For Lee>bur?, Croom Trilby !BrookMnlle Tarpon Springs, Clearwater
words of detail, even the smallest cable being Bellair.bt Petersburg and intermediate pouts
Jeremiah's Is of this. Any
footing. an example
they murmur accurately reproduced." troubles had the same origin as a rule. Train 21,i:16 a.m. For Leesburr.Cron Trilby, Tarpon SpnlI, Clearwater, Bellair St. Petersburg
lamentation.An physician will tell you that more peopledie aid'utenneditte points
the czarina's collection As probably a large majority of men
Among present wild
Homosatsa and intermediate poiiU.
annually from the results of over- Train 47 3.25 p m Juliette. Junction
is a large golden egg enameled in drink beer it becomes a matter of great Train 45 10.10 a. m. For Juliette High bpnigs. Live Oak Dupoit, Waycross and ill other g
Irish e..t 'r c..tOID.A eating than succumb to excess in drink- points east and west.
custom probably descended rose color, containing a small but perfect Ing. Xo one, of course, scruples to confess concern to know the best way of overcoming Train 49,7.10 a m. For Juliette Gulf Junction,Homoiisa aid utermediate pouts
queer model of the state carriage in Its effects upon the kidneys. There la Trains No's.32 aid 21 carry Pullman ssleepers. Trains No's.39 aad 78 carry Pullman Buffet y
through the coming of Christianity to a slight Indigestion yet nobody Parlor ears.
from the Roman custom of making which the young couple were driven to will own to feeling a little mixed after nothing that will so quickly make the kid. P. &O Steamers aail from Port Tampa for Key West on Sundays. Tuesdays aid Thursday

gifts exists In Ireland. When people the Cathedral of Moscow on the day of too much champagne. Fasting Is an neys right in these cases as FOLET'S KID- at ll p.Train m. :n connects at St. Petersburg with Independent Line of steamers for Tampa and ;
their wedding. The model is made of
meet on Easter Sunday morning one"ye Invaluable custom, for it enables our KEY CTBS. If taken early it will cure every Manatee River points,
gold, with red enamel cushions and For full complete and reliable information regarding rates through car arraigemeaU, a
sa k silver curtains overworked digestion to recuperate.It form of kidney trouble and even in hope.less sleeper reservations etc. call on any Atlantic Ceast Liae Agent or address
little are suspended on
Aisther eggs on yef' is common sense natural law appliedto i
wires while on the panels the cases it will give relief. It Is an honest -
"That musht get"But golden the noblest spiritual for the
is, ye uses
The answer meaning whatever Is attachedto Imperial crown is inlaid in beautiful true religious function of fasting is to preparation and can be relied open toio T. C. WHITE,D. P. A.
no diamonds and other precious stones. all that Is claimed for It W J. CRAIG
in H. M. EMKRSOX : ,
the words nowadays. Probably detach the soul from mere bodily grati ,
asked This egg was given to the czarina at Traffic Gen'l Passenger Agent.i .
ancient times the one who first Eastr.if: her coronation sear. tk'ation.-Londan Outlook. poatoffice Drug Store .. Manager.

forth eggs bad to get them. _

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IN THE. PRIMARY ELECTION. OF MAY 10. This Issue"Question in Our is Local the Campaign"Paramount ,I I I A ijard Man 1..o Beat. I.1"1 I Ii

To the Kditorol the Dealt !laDII r. 1 1l

I Progressive i people do not follow :u | i

the run male by their ancestors. at-1Xe ):

All persons from other states who certificate of transfer, which is given w'as. conditions call for new ,

will have resided iu this state one \ without cost. ideas, and we find the progressiveman

year, and in Marion county six always reaching out for the :
It is also nees"ary to psy poll faxes l
months prior to April 11, 1904, are easiest, the moOt! direct and economical I1e
for the years 19t'304 uot liter than
.entitled to register. route to success. I ITo .

Any person who has never heretofore April 9, 1904; provided that no per.onj say the farmer has a I hard 1 time

registered: in this county must j who has not been in this' stale one iu hU niggle for a successful 1 living :

register with the district supervisor} of I j, year previous to any general electionj I !ii )lutlilll: it only mildly. The liijdicost : 'i It

registration of the district of which he :j or who has arrived at the age of of lalmr, the scarcity of timber, 1 # a'; ;

now lives with the ofregistration I I 1902 h"UlJo as *'eli HI! the raniiticatii of ibego.it r'taPa1.itii1
or : supervisor twenty-one years during : !! ?
I I & --r i m &
at the central office at t! required to piy more than one year'spoll the twin brother of the
sufficient to make a fellow put till a ,,;,.t'.:
the court house, and obtain a registration taxes: and "shall obtain a nouliable ff
certificate. certificate for the year of loo:!. thinking cap long enough for one lout I 4

Any citizen of this state who has All persons who have arrived at the think. I I ,,4 l f

moved into Marion couuty and who age of twenty-one years after January After I had taken that "think" I i, t

will have resided iu this couuty six I, 19t13, or are fifty-five years of age came: to the conclusion that the open I I

months prior to April 11, 1904 (the and over, or who have lost a limb In wilderness iu thin part of the country I I It i

astday registration: ) must register I' battle, are exempt from the payment : is not adapted to "tock raising. Sec-1 i ,

with the district supervisor: of registration I of any poll tales, and should abtaia a and, that when a man has a clear

in the district iu which he cow j I non-liable certificate for 1902 and 1903 i title to a piece of laud it is his by

r resides, or with the supervisor of regIstratiou 1 from the supervisor of registration.: the laws of our -common country. I f
5J {
at the courthouse.In ': No person can participate in the That he should not be: forced to knee I J (to rYe, !

case of the removal of a person t i primary election, to be held May 10, : it in order to keep the nock of the I sir! I

from one district to another district, j 1904, unless he is properly registered I man who makes stock raising a business ii i-

in this county, such person must, iu I in the election district In which he i and thinks too much of hi. dolLars I I 1

person, notify the supervisor of registration | now lives, and has. paid his poll tax to invest it in lands: tojrraze them e The lIon) who buys hARDWARE of

at the courthouse,, of !>ul'h.i! for 1902 and 1903, except in cases as ou but prefers to have them roam i I .

change of residence and obtain: aPROTECT .' noted above over the land of others. t tIlSeenojuoticein

__nn -- forcing a man to j MARION & H RDWARE COMPANY :

build! hundred and fifty dollar
a i 4
THE NEGRO UNIER THE I II talked to these people and they agree
fence to keep out a fifty cent hog, or I I .
with that
LAW. I me our civilization must be
a ten cent goat, or a fire dollar cow, I II AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" -
maintained ; that there should be no I
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner lawlessness for sonic! one else who does no fencing, i i

It is undoubtedly the honorable any more than practiced upon whites upon without negroes I have tried raising cattle on the I STOVES AND RANGES ;

and natural sentiment of the intelligent range and found blooming failure.I y
punishment upon those who are ,
people of Ocala and Marion have tried raising hogs ou the range CHATTANOOGA PLOWS i
guHty of it. There i is: no city in the
Bounty that the negro race should and find that no hogs but the razorback I
south with a better class of self respecting i
nave the same protection under the I can exist and at the end of two ELLVVOOD FENCINGA
honest and well behaved I i
law ss enjoyed by the white race. colored people than Ocala. Every or two three years when jwu go tolook I

Probably this proposition' is well for him, some one has: pinchedyou i I If
: merchant and business man here f
illustrated in the fact that the cases and your razor back has gone. I Full Line of Everything Usually Carried
will sustain me in this proposition. I I in a ;
before our juries-white juries, re Many a poor man could buy laud hereon i
do think that we ought not to allow
member-receive the most careful time and work it out and pay for !' First Class Hardware Store. '
their .
undeserved humiliation by irresponsible I
and serious consideration by the it but they are not able to build a j
tuen. Let us protect the I SASH DOORS AND BLINDS. ?
courts and the juries and justice is fence around it, hence he has to rent i, I TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.
in all
negro his rights when he goes
not a matter of chance for a negro in from home fellow; who has it already
into court, as we do, and-before he I
our courts any more than it is for a fenced.I t
\ white. There have often been cases caa't for th. life of me see why '!
At a largely attended meeting of t
both the civil and criminal sides mau should be culled lazy simply because !
on the Barksdale Camp of Confederate .. .. .. ..
of our courts where a negro's property Veterans Memphis a few days he favors a system! that will not i '" J&&J....i.-J.*.'lI.' .-.-. .- --.......".. .-, .-. - '.c- -- --.' .; '" .-..'uI ..--..-. .. ....r. .. _,-.. -. -.!
--- ---
his life or his liberty, have been ago compel him to fence for the convenience I -
resolutions! the lines
on I have above -
involved, and the proceedingshave of stockmen I
discussed were unanimously passed r
been marked! by the earnestness The charge that the "greater part : : i
by the old soldiers of the south.
of the courts and the juries to sea of the open land is owned by speculators $50'0 Given? Away i Stra
Let ss"Royal
us make this sentiment the law .
that he was given all his rights. who will wait for better prices" I -::.'.J1K.P'T .
and the order of the day. Civiliza- 0 w'r'etsoraskanArabsiaoc
Some cases were remarkable in this might apply with equal force to the I :: .'akrfor
tion must not go backwards: 'nil particulars rill t ree t_up.e c..rd of
respect from the fact that juries enclosed land owned by those who I

would suffer long confinement in JNO. O. REARDOX. hold it for the purpose of renting. I n\q t\5\\\\e Reserve"Four

their rooms in cases! where a negro's Theu, pray tell me, if all the real I THE SANITARY \t ALL COAT 1 0.
The Montgomery Cooperage Co.
legal rights were involved before they estate brokers of this county have not I Destroys disease -ems and vermin.
Never rubs< r: .Ics. \t : it
aiinati y
wolud do him an injustice. Every At the annual meeting of the Montgomery large list of lands they are anxious to I -a:s with c(. ,.:.tcr., IU>:iat..ulLtiocts A
on walls and u" : e andtltl.l:1:"tintsttNOT *
good citizen applauds such evidence Cooperage Company held iu sell, and then tell me where the tens .1 clisea-iae!r-bncu preTnrauon:ag. outufdntehotTkatcr K.alsor..nS -

of friendship on the part of southern Montgomery last Thursday several of thousands of acres owned by the 1 bean"< ur.ciful t..'- ". and Full Quarts, Delivered, 53.50
Ct. :J T.-I-II hct water arc;stucu. T with
people for the black man. prominent Florida naval: stores operators federal and state governments are. gIll. wbid$ t re's. JlOirls1wg bC1 rrns of
I t deaaty d'M.I ..;end rubbtr "ocalin -
: : gOtt Twelve
This sentiment then being so much were elected officers and director Surely not in aarioncounty unless iu g. spa.::: b racloutcg (: ,'..rnt1 Full Quarts, Delivered $10,00
lm. fi-y A : a.Lio i.t 5 j ;> s.,
in evidence, I cannot understand :!. the scrub east of the Ucklawaha Sjproper'y, lalcl.iti; of rant, .\-...ire. I t,3
18 tnddrug dcak-s. i.eact : -:
: sI"ll'ntson I At
why it is that justice and protection I The officers eUcted were as follows: river and as for utilizing these laud '11'1 1-1 !.... fr. Dec s!nr.C.';'in:is..o",.:-!::' -.-.. -.:i,-',,"- __ @ _

so freely med out to the colored l''t' hlt'nt, J. A. Carson, of tiavan- for pasture purposes! even if they ex I tar uraf anireat< \

man after he is before a court and I nah, who is vice-president of the J. P. fated" would subject the parties: to be For sale by MelrerSiackay,11.B :.!asters. t I X i m-rk{ tit j'dic'att' ei.ntects of lx>x. xi

is not always vouchsafed him : .AVillams Co., of a\'l1n1Jahi; vice- I Orders lllwJ! same day as received.1r .
fury prosecuted under the law prohibiting -- ------ c11a'

before he gets to the court and jury. president 1' Riley, of )ront om- cruelty to animals, for of all cruelty i

For instance About three weeks erydirectors. I). 1[. Flynn, Jacksonsonville there can be nothing to equal the '<'.'Y'_:: ;f !} i STRAUSS & CO.Whalt":11. .
: 1.1' .
.. { \') '. I
I ;s__ .. ,
president i of ;
the -.r
a man sod a white man at Independent .. ) ..> and
. ago negro gradual starvation of anything and g'i rgt y_ r'O I Itetall Liquor It'ulu"" ,

night at a tor..in Ocala had a diflicul- II Natal storeand Export CoJ.; A. it u demonstrable that ilmusiiidi of .t.- dJb !--S gt-" OCltLA, rLOIKIIIt.

ty, resulting iu the severe stabbing Carson, Savannah ; C. A. Joseph, cattle perish: in 'Florida from pure /CllYSi E$ I

with a Knife of the latter by the Oealaaltfr Kiy, LeRoy ; W. T. starvation. aRtbr..---'hLi.-".

former. The negro ran, was pur8utd Riley, Montgomery. Resolutionswere .A man does not not have to buy hit A. I H0WKES, Optician, : Brick
passed by the board LOn W.
of directorsthat JOHNSON
by white meu and ('lI.ughtllnd on meat on account of a uo fence law. Established 1870. I

, the way to jai) a mob of white men on and after March 31, 1904, If he has any "git" up to him he will iu I Lime ,
Commencing over thirty years ago Dealer in
.. formed and some one of them shot there would be no commission allow.I raise his hogs without imposing this the smallest way, the firm has stead- II

. him and killed him. Various rumors I factors for barrels purchased lJy. iyt and rapidly crown, until now Hair NEW[ A AND
i burden upon his neighbor as ill i the HAWKES' SPECTACLES AND SECOND-NAND[C MACHlNmf.PROPRIETOR
: atloat which to the effect that operators. -
; are arN custom under the present system. EYEGLASSES have a national Cement .

the killing the prisoner: was absolutely This company also by resolution reputation, and are used! in every OF-
Now, to conclude I have ay: hogs in town and city througuout the south. Laths e

. unnecesst ,. a ou and after March 31st best class of people in all communities. -
been arrested or charged before the they would And Locomotives For Sale
trifle to keep them and I will have They areold only by merchantsof and Lease. 1

t law for committing! this crime and withdraw from the Union Company, plenty ol meat: at the end of the yearif recognized reliability, of whom Second Hand Rail Bought and Said
and would continue to there Are now over 1UOO( handlingthese Shingles-
the matter stands thus. I have heard operate inde they don't die, although they are goods; and when it is i: remembered 'I Three locomotives for sale or lease.
pendently.The For 8,1-
; some of our best white citizens con. of the razor back type, people won'tbelieve that there is only one agent in i One 16x24 Tolbprt
Montgomery town, the wonderful demand for them I Dine' Out' 14116 XaRle Engine.
demn this affair condemn the mob Cooperage Co. it. Feed the O\e 14116 New York :
, improves hog as can be somewhat appreciated.For I t-afety. One l00Hl Ball Attwle.I .
that killed the negro, and condemn has plants at Montgomery, Valdosta, well as anything else. I don't be- sale by Office and Shops One 75HP Harris Corliss. 'One 12x16 Erfo City
Ocala, Leesburg Oin'lSHPGaMJlene. One )HP. One ::"OHP
a the fact that nobody has been arrested Gainesville: and lieve I am lazy or ever have been, butI DIS. WM AXUEUSOX.Never near On" 1:50 HP high presture return tuhlar boiler, fin*. '

f, ; and no charge brought. Other points. don't think I :should be forced to Peddled. S. ft. L. Freight hand One 25111'and other Economic maeblDl'ry.boiler, and a lot or other sizes 011

Now, Mr. Editor, I was born in the .min fence my crop to keep the cow, hogor Depot. LAKE CITY. .
Miss Tracy Jer Burnett FLOItlDi
6 south from generations of southern Wed Mr. devilish gcat of my neighbor oft y --- --- -

i.: people before me, who owned negro Luis Regensteln. of my pumpkin vines. J

slaves and treated them kindly and as Mr. and Mrs Sol Benjamin announce A. P. BASK IN. Merchant
i "
p t.: human beings. There is no man i iI in the engagement of their "RfflfCI( ( A MOMENTl
To The Ladies. ,
I I.: any southern state Abo 1 would yield daughter Tracy, toIr.. Louis J. : Tailoring.;

i ,' to as being truer to southern sentiment Regiustein. They will be at home to Miss Spooner, late of East Lake, Have you decided on the kind o

i I" southern manners, southern I' their friends tomorrow evening from i Marion county, and now residing inNew Ocala, Florida. /I, 1{'t / fertilizer you are going to use? It's

I I. manhood, and who stands! boldly out I'(7 to 11 o'clock.--\tlanta Jourual, : York oflers her services to her Finest Imported and tf 1 not a question of how much but

j for southern rights more than myself.In March '.'6. friends and acquaintances as purchasing Domestic Cloths. what kind when thbest resultcan
to her
this I glory. It is that southern The above announcement will be a prox- be obtained. You can't make a Ta
imity to the large department stores, Cutting a SpecialtyFits
; standard that I point my sons to for matter of interest to the friends of she has every facility for seeing the Guaranteed. mistake when you use our high grade

inspiration. The city of Ocala, I am the prospective bride in this city, Miss latest fashions and purchasing in the fertilizers. i

proud to gay enjoys the distinction, Benjamin having formerly lived in cheapest markets. Orders will have your spare time v Highest cash price bonef a
i le: attention. Address Study at t Hornet evenings ,getting a paid for dry
i nay, I would say, the blessing, of Ocala with her parents, Mr. and Mrs :: edacitio. I Y ,
i ,
Miss Spoouer Green earn mote and you
ave. Brooklyn
_; having many noble citizens who are Sol Ben amin, who moved from hereto N. Y. Refers to Mrs. A. W. Allen, earn ASlehra.Geomeerr.tone more.home With or employment the Grammar Tablet to Home,learn iUle..nc.Study Bookkeeping Lesuas Literature.,yon Aithnietic History need nut, 1 J FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG. COMPANY, .

., filled with this same spirit. I have I Atlanta several years ago. Lake Weir, Fla. 344t d't"i.Phjrdu.Latin.etc.CircuUnfcea Teacher..idedto-'ellm..tloa.Addrea.LLMlIts.falaiaa,114.m. Gainesville, Fla. ii



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SOUTH DAKOTA FOR HEARST. ---------------- : :



Democrats In Convention! Instruct Del. I
,.. Bennett Will Case Still! IS HEREBY GIVEN THaT CN-
egates for Him. WITH A LAME BACK ? NOTICE by virtue of a final decree entereJin
Court. igDed intend to apply to the Governor VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE. in the cause William igtinst
Sioux Falls. S. Dak., March :31.- New of the state of Florida at Tallahassee *, the will apply to his honor pending o in the Young Circuit Stefhel
;f- Democratic Haven, Conn.. March :31.-Th Flonda. on the iSth day of April. A. D. 19Q4.lor W. S. undersiged.ol the circuit court tor the I Srarlns. Circuit of in and
The state convention will hearing Of the Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Letters Patent on the proposed Charter hereto 5th judicial circuit of Florida four weeks after Marion county m Forid.23rd day for of -_
f.t. appeal of William J. attached the original ot which is now on file in cncry.
meet here late this afternoon. the publication of this notice for the approvaland December, A. D. 1903 :Honortble W. S.
Bryan of ofthe of :
from the office 01 the Secretary State State
the endorsement ot the
Enough votes are pledged decision of the pro- Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Florida at Tallahassee Florida. charter, following prop I Bullock,judge of the above atyl court, the
tov.. bate 1Wlt. undersigned master
!, R. Hearst to secure for him In. court excluding J5f\ an letter"
as a part of the will to P. S. .1. _-; x\ cures mad by Dr RAILROAD COMPANY ARTICLE I. I tritt,on Monday the Uh day of April JL. DJ.
fr itructed delegation to the St. Louu Bennett ,;; I 1 Kilmer's Swamp-Root! The of this between the hours of .
was continued do associate them name corporation shall be "The u o'clock a. in. sod
today in the The .
undersigned hereby
The '" i 1 the kidne liver Brothers and Sisters of o'clock m. of said in front of
f.coBTen.Uon. delegation great y, selves under the Charity" Number i, of p. day the south
probably superior f1ra together as a Body Corporate
: wfll be headed by Former Court. Ex-Judge Stoddard. ) li and btaadcr remedy provisions ol the statute laws of the state of Marion county, Florida. door of the court house in Ocala. Marion county. -

Senator Pet.tfrew. counsel far llrs. Bennett and other : f I ti is the great mediu Florida. and do publish the following Art.cles ot ARTICLE II. Florida sell to the at public outcry,ofler for ale and
4 The only 11.r\ ; wi highest and best bidder lor cash
contest likely to heirs, regarding the .'.1missab-llty! ol cal triumph of the ninejf ARTICLE I. The general nature of the business is to bebenevolent mortgaged premises in said tina decree
trouble the convention tcenth ds- charitable work. attending the sickburying follows, to-wit: The half ol
will century; deb lt
be over the "s liled letter." today supplemented !\ \\ :! The name of this Corporaion shall be: CRYSTAL the dead and assisting those in need sutheast quarter of the northwest quarter
the election of a national committeeman. his JlFp/r ijiill covered after years c! KivtR RAILROAD COMPAS\: The principal who are members of this association, and also of sin u.township IS. south of range fast
argument of yesterday by a / > U scientific research by place of busmen ot this corporation shall be to protect the. young from viscious lives and al northea quarter oi section township J 17

The old line Democrats have brief address in which he reviewed the I..: Ihl to 1 Dr. Kilmer: the eminent at ucala. Marion county, Florida with such habits. range 20,all in Marion county 2 Florida,
selected John W. 1 branch offices as may be adopted by the Board ARTICLE II!. or so much thereof as may ta sat
: Martin of Water. main points, the jury being in the :i : kiiLuj: ana Ladder (II lJlr cton.. Membership.-Members may be received isfy said final decree and ct b necessary ot suit .
The --- specialist and is ARTICLE IL
town. newer element Is for E' meanwhile i who are ot good character aud standing and CARLOS L SISrltsl. ;
excused. Mr. Stoddard laid &
S. Johnson. who left the Republican wonderfully succesdul in promptly curing The general nature of the business to be transacted are elected by a majority vote at any stated ALLEED Solicitors DAVIS for Special Maser il CucT.
special emphasis on the assertion: that lame back kidney. bladder! uric acid trou- by this Corporation shall be to construct, meeting. Complainant.

party In 1906 on the sliver issue. Mr. the courts of this and of b es and Bright's Disease which i is the v/crst maintain and operate a railroad Horn a point on ARTICLE IV
Eng Crystal .; Pettigrew declares that if he is sent land never having admitted a document -.I to--n of kidney trouble.Or. in Citrus cuuuty Honda, to the town 01 Uuuu- is ninety-nine ((99) years.AITICJ.E. NOTICE

to St Louis he will Kil.ner s Swsmp-Roct ii not rec elluu. in Manon county Florida; the length of
speak to secure like the "sealed letter," and he ommsndeifoi everything but if you have kUney such railroad so to be constructed maintained V. MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE

the adoption of plank in favor ol referred to many authorities and den hvsr or bladcr: trouble U will be jund and operated as mar as mav be 01 is Florida Fifteen Names and residences ol the subscribers The i.> endersigued as executors and executrix .
miles and the counties of the Stale
and the
residences of
names the incorporators areas respectively estate of John F. Duan de
, : government ownership of railroads. He cisions. just th-? reredyyo'i need. It has: been tested through which said railroad is intended to be lollows: will onSturda

lIya that Hearst favors such a plank "The fact that the letter was signedby m:;O many ways, in hospital work, in privateprictite. made This corporation lore the counties shall of have Citrus the and right Manon.under William Coumngham.Bean regard.Ocala Shady Fla.Grove Fla. cea. ,, the xl day of July, A. D. /yo4,
the among helpless too poor to pur. its corporate name to hold and ;enjuj such real Maria Addison. Shady Grove. Fla. apply to the county judge of Marion county,
testator makes no difference in .::haz.::. r-iif! and has proved so successful in and personal property as nuy be necessary and Jane Glymp, Ocala, Fla. Ftord.at Ocala, Fla. for the purpose of mak

NEW YORK FOR PARKER. a case of this character he said. vcrl ;:ae that a special arrangement has proper for the uses and purposes railroad of bu ding.nlalutaluDg Zacharuth Ulymp,Ocala, Fla. final settlement their accounts and for

I "That part of the will was not properly b-ji .v.a': by which all reddens: of this paper aforesaid, and, shall aud have operating power its to survey.locate, as, ARTICLE VI. discharge. H. G. DUNN.

who have not already tried it, may have a cousiiucl build maintain, equip and operate a Managing Officers- This corporation shall W. A HOCKER. : -.
Empire State Democratic DelegationWill executed and if allowed to be entered sample! bo'tle sent free b:; mail also a book railroad line Irom or near a place called Crystal have as managing officers a president a vice Eetor.

Be For Him. in this court, will be contrary to telling! m .s about Swamp-Root and how to on Crystal river, in Citrus county, Florida, to president a secretary, a treasurer and a plaI. ALICI E. .
the towu of DunneIon in Marion county, fNS
who shall be elected
by a maionty vote at Eecutrs.
New York, March 31.-A law in Connecitcut, framed to prohibit find out j if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Florida a state annual meeting and shall hold office
summary When wrt' mention reading this generous The said corpoiation under its corporate name
fraud, undue influence tng unti dL-uahtie NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
of returns from the Democratic primaries and position. shall have the right '0 accept purchase have.
i offer in and .
Mr. th'-paper hold lease and real personal ARTICLE VIL
held In the I Stoddard contended that the let Cuiivey any property
most Important I send yo" address to or mixed which may be necessary to The names of the officers of the corporation

counties for the selection of delegates ter was not properly attested by three Or Kilmer&Co.,Bing- -'. Ibamton ,'.- construct,maintain aud O1A i and have power and right to borrow money Elliot Cunningham. nt; Mana Ad- '_, undersigned will present her account and
; to the state convention shows accord. i witnesses and was not described in the M. Y. The and to issue bonds for same, secured by a mortgage dison, Secretary; Jennie Vice-president Glymp vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock, county -;

I! will as being a of the rrgt'lar ffty cent and Rome of 8..nnpfUacdollir upon any or all ot its said property, and Zachariah Glymp Chaplain. Treasurer and ask tor a final settlement and discharge asadninistratrix
part will. Mr.
ing to The Herald that the Empire I II i sires are sold by all good druggists. to erect such buildings. depots and shops and of the estat of Julia P. Job a*

State delegation to the I i Stoddard quoted from the letter that. operate such machinery and do such other ARTtCLEI. i son, deceased, this 4th day of February. 19
national -- - -
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convention :I -- -- -- things in accordance with the laws ot Florida The by-laws ot this corporation be made FRANCES A. .
will be Instructed to vote for part which says that the letter was to Millionaire's Poor Stomach. relating to railroad corporations as it may deemproper altered or rescinded by a sbal 2 5 tern 6m Administratrix.

be read by he widow alone and asked lor its advantage and bencnt. It shall by a majority of members in regular appnte
Judge Alton B. Parker as nominee : : The ", "rn out Htomach of the overfed have all the rights and be subjected to all the
for president. : "Do you mean to say that this document millionaire i is often paraded in liabilities as are provided in sub-chapter 5 of NOTICE.-- -
I Indebtedness The amount of indebtedness
.' Revised Statutes of the State of Florida and the highest
was ever intended to be spread iuilie horrible example of laws the same. which this corporation can assume at Of for Deed
At the primaries so far, 228 Parker | pniiLsast amending i Application Tax Under Section 8 of

on the public records 'read by you enlih. But nillionaires not It shall have power for the express purpose any time I Srs.o Chapter 4338, Laws of
delegates are counted as having been ereat are and exclusive use fur general business. ot the I X Fl.rd

alone There is nothing In that par the ones who are afllicted with corporation, to construct and build docks, ; The amount in value of the real estate which MOHCE IS HEREBY THAT D. 1 i
As there will be a total wharves. elevators and bridges or to lease the this corporation may hold shall be $ oosa. li Dnggen,purchaser of tax certificate N .

of 450, the Parker forces claim they which can possibly be construed as beIng bad sti.inaelis. The proportion is far same; to purchase, construct and Opel ate: Marine Witness our hand and seals this.myth.day of Tax 2171.dated Certificates the 5th day of Apnl. .V. D. 1Z and
Terminals at 2S67. 2868. ;
and any No
will hare a large working majority in a technical part of the testament greater among the toilers. Dyspepsia! point Railways upon its said line of railroad where it February, 1904.WILLIAM. August htSJ has saidcertificates; ia my

of Mr. Bennett It was a letter of aud indirection are lust be necessary to give it transportation, and BEACREGARD S. office application for tax deed
the convention. generally to have all the power aud rights as to issue in accordance with law. Said certificates -
instructions: the very terms of whicn these people I aud they stiller far are given U railroad corporations and shall be GLYMP ADDISON S SZACHAIAR 1 embrace the follow ing described property
all liabilities provided under the JASE lL. situated in Marion county, Florida
show it subjected to as Iwl
I conclusively. than the millionaire CLYXP ji,. s.
wore tortured laws of Florida, relating to same. Wet hall of athwe quarter oi &
DELIRIOUS, WANDERS AWAY. State of Florida of and
quarter quarter northwest
unless they avail themselves of Hhtaudard ARTICLE III. }
Marion of northwest
Couuty. quarter quarter of southeast quarter
: VERDICT FOR $15,000 DAMAGES. medicine like Green's August The amount ol Capital Stock authorized shall end northwes quarter of suthwes quarter
Former Judge of U. S. Court In De. be Fitly Thousand Dollars divided into 500 Belore me personally came Zachariah Glymp, of quarter and east
Flower which has I ecu a favor :bhares of the par value of f 100 per share; the one of the subscribers to the foregoing Charter. quarter of southwest quarter hal sthwe
mented Condition. same shall be non-assessable and shall be paid and who is to me well known, and known tome ler section m and northea at qnar-
v! Peculiar Law Suit Decided in ite hou->eiolil! remedy for all stomach be the ; commencing norteas
Pennsylvania lor in lawful money ofthe United:States when to person who signed the same and corner of southeast quarter
l-: Chicago. March 31.-Slind and deli.none Court. troubles for over thirty: five! years. issued. Ten per cent ot the Capital Stock has duly acknowledged before me that he signed section 14, township 17. range 24, thence

from fever, former Judge Henry .. bee ubsribd and paid for.' and executed the said Charter, together with south uo rods, west 8 st to rods wet
New York. March 31.-A verdict ol August: Mower rouse* the torpid liver ARTICLE IV. the other subscribers whose names 32 south rs rods ncrta
W. Blodgett. of the United States district thereon ; ani he further makes oath appr 51 r east 1.6. rs. WOt 2.8 rods, east
115,000 damages has been procured at thu"renting appetite and insuring The term for which this Corporation shall intended in good faith to car out the purposes 38 6 ros, 15 rs, VA north xS'.
court has wandered from his exist shall ninety-nine (99) years. and set forth et r.
residence b objects east rods of beginning

Media Pa, in a peculiar )suit againsta perfect digestion.: It bland vitalizes ZACHARIAH eat 56.75 r. 13 5-8
( In ARTICLE \ GI'KP.Sworn section township 17. range 24.
Waukegan during the briel
telephone company. the entire system and makes life to and subnb before me this 7th The said land being assessed at the oate ortheissuanceofsuchcertificatesiu
shall be
absence of his The business of this corporation con day of Uarch, the name(
daughter from
his bed. 1904.
The children of Thomas F. Delahunt worth living, no matter what your ducted by a i'redent Secretary and Treasurer [Seal] JOHN E. DaiL\ Unknown. J. E. Rouse, E. D. Cte and i

t side. Many hours afterward he was sued for that sum because of the death! station. Trial battles iioc; regular and be filled by the same(more person than).one and office by a Notary Public for the State John G. Fish. Unless said shallberedeemed f
may My commission November according to law. tax deed will f
taken home after having been brought siz 7HFor naif Auti-mouojioly Board of Five Directors, to be elected annuallyby 15,1904.
of their father from shocK received by and from which Board Imh4t issue thereon on the 6th day of April. 19
the stockholders,
to Witness my official signature ana seal
a police station.
over the telephone. The latter had l Drusitore.. t t shall be elete the president, secretary and the znd day of March, 1004 4
-- --- ----- treasurer whom shall be stockholders
former Judge Blodgett 1s 83 years been out of order for several days.A and shall;be elected by the stockholders at their NOTICE OF ELECTION Clerk Circuit Court S.T.Manon SISTRUNK.Co. Fla. 5

old and has been III all wlnler. His CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY annual mtriinz. which shall be held at Ocala 3 4
sound -
strange came from the instru '
FOR MARION COUNTY. Florida, on the first Monday ot May,ol each 44
daughter had spent the night at his ment. Delahunt picked up the re > For creating a Special Tax School District at ADMINISTRATORS'NOTICE.

bedside leaving him In 1>Y VIRTUE OF THE ACTION OK THE ear.William N.Camp shall be President,Clarence
,, early the morning ceiver and fell dead.A 1) Democratic State Eiecutive Committee on : Camp shall be becietary and Treasurer aud K.C Anthony.

when he appeared to be resting. Jan. 3i. 1904. and the order of the Democratic I Camp shall be General Manager. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN IS HEREBY GIVES THAT I WIU J
heavily charged electric light wire Executhe Committee of Marion county there I William N. Camp.Clarence tamp, R.C.Camp, 11 election will be held at Anthony. Marion NOTICE nth. 1904. present to lion.

,. She had hardly left the room when the which had fallen across the telephone will held on the Jack Camp aad Frank Drake shall constitute county Florid.between the hours of o'dock Robert Bullock,county judge in and for Manoa
Tenth I the Board of Directors. All of said officers shall and county Flonda. my accounts and vouchers for
sightless old man arose and wandered ircuit caused the fatal shock.It day of Man, tw be continued in office to conduct the business of .Iplil 5th. A. D. iy>4. final settlement as administrator of the estate
a primary election in each precinct in the county the un'il the election and qualification TU ol E. M. Henderson and will ask for
11UY. was claimed by the defendant dung the hours fixed by law for holding: company ol their successors to be elected at the first for the purpose of creating a special tax school a final discharge deea. Dated
district to be known the a
elections tor the nomination ol the following of this Ar. as Anthony Special this March .
held uuder provisions it,
Jo the trial that the electric
light candidates for office to be voted for at the gen. Tax School District the above said district to W. T. HENDERSON. Admr.
at fault. vial election to be held on Novi mber 8, 1904. include the following described territory: Estate ol
tompany was ARTICLE K. M.Henderson.
is Born.
To Russian Prince Daughter One candidate lor United States Senate. The north half of township 14 south range jtt6m Da!

"::3.. Chicago March 31.-Private cable One candidate for congress (first district.) The highest amount indebtedness or liability east, and the south half of sections 31.32, 3,3. _ ---
Oue candidate for justice of the supreme to which this company can a any time subject 35 and 36 ol township 13, range,and
grams received here announce the FAMOUS SOUTHERNER DEAD. court lor full term of MI years. itself shall be the sum of Fifty Thousand 1*>1- of section 31 township 13, range 23. and sons NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

Three candidate for justice of the supreme lars 6. 7 and 18, of township 14, range 23.
birth of a daughter to Princess Can. court. (5.o ARTICLE VII elect three trustees of said special tax school

p tacuzene of St. Petersburg t> daughter General In Confederate Army and One candidate for governor.' The names of the subscribing incorporate to district, and to fix the rate of miliage to be NOTICE IS HEREBY GVE HAT UN-
One candidate for secretary ot state. these anlcll of incorporation are as follows levied for said special tax school district for the bv virtue of tnl decre in the

r of Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant, ot Prominent Attorney. One candidate for attorney general.One and their of reSIlence. the amount next ensuing two years. circuit court of Marion read.
Washington. March.Jl. General candidate for comptroller.One of stock subscribed paid by each i set Qualified elector at said election are all regis ed February it in a certain cause
Chicago. wife of General Grant commander W. candidate for treasurer. opposite each of their names: tered and qualified voter of said district, who MARGARET 19.SPENCER and EDWIN :

of the military department of H. Payne, counsel for the Southern One caudioale for superintendent of public SHAKES OF pay a tax on real personal property therein. SPENCER are complainants and ALBERT
: : instruction.One AME. RESIDENCE. CAPITAL The following persons been appointedIDspectoruDd DAVENPORT et. af. defendat. the undersigned .
. tie lakes. railway a distinguished confederate candidate for commissioner of agricul STOCK clerk: D. A. Smith E. C Sims special master,

. soldier and commander of the famoal W. N. CAMP...__..Ocala. Florida ........aoo and if.P. Forbes, inspectors; and H. G. Lamb, Muttdav the day of ,
-. The daughter just born U the second ture.One candidate for railroad commissioner.Oue CLARENCE CAMP. ...._.? zs clerk 4h .pQ.1904
Black Horse Cavalry at the firs battle candidate for adjutant general. JACK CAYPOI OI.llond_........ 10 By orde of the Board of Public Instruction, in front of the court dor in the city of
child of Prince and Princess Cttitacusent. One candidate for state chemist. Florida...... 5 the day of March 194.G. Ocala within the legal hours ol sale sell to the

The first child is a son. of Bull Run. died at his apartment One candidate tor judge circuit courth filth R.C. :DR.'KE..Oala.__. Klonda............ to .S. SCOTT. highest bidder for cash mortgaged premise
here today aged 73 years. He baa judicial circuit. Attest: Chairman.W. therein described twit: The east half of lo
[ Two candidates tor: members of house of rep- State of Florida. ( D. CARS, Secretary. [iimbst| 3. of block 78 old survey city of Ocaa. Sold
t TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. 'been in failing health several years, resentatives.One County of Marion. ) satisfy said decree and costs

and hU death was due to a general candidate for countv judge. I hereby certify that before me personally W. W. CLYAT. -
\ One candidate for sheriff. Clarence Tamp. NOTICE 2 a') Mar r.
William N. Camp, Spl
I killed by the breakdown. candidate for of taxes. appeared
< Ninety persons were one assessor: Jack Camp, R. C Camp. and Frank Drake eachto

:; karricane which devastated the island General Payne lived at Warrenton, One One candidate candidate for for collector superintendent taxes. of me well known to b the person and fson3whosubnb
't county their names to the lore- Of Application lor Tax Deed Under Section S of NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALF.
: el Reunion in the Indian ocean. Vi. and practiced law in the Virgin. public instruction of incorporaticn. and each of
:1:j one candidate tor clerk circuit court. Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida.
them severally for himself, did acknowledgebefore TINDER AND BY VIRTUE OP A DECREE
The breaking of a truck on a car ia courts for many years. He organized one smdidate for county treasurer. me that he signed the said articles of incorporation VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. D. U rendered by the Hon. Wil.- S Bullock

Trenton S. C., precipitates passenger and was the first captain of the One candidate for surveyor a a subscribing incorporates ot ;' Robertson, purchaser Tax Certificate No. judge 01 the Circuit Court sib Judicial
near One candidate tor supervisor oi registration.One
1 said Articles Incorporation and a said subscribing 664, dated the 4th day of November. A. D. 1895, Circuit in and for Marion county in chancT.
Two Mack horsa cavalry, was coolnel of the candidate for county commissioner in ,
embankment. that he in therein
\ coach down did acknowledge has filed said certificate in my and has cause pending and Lad
and for each comnussicners district. Incorprator. ofc
amount of CapiUl tock Mortgage Bank of Florida,Limited of ,
had deed in
Fourth Virginia cavalry and becamea ot board of made application for tax accordance EDgl.
hurt.RepreilentaUv.e. One candidate for member county
: persons set opposite biO name.I with law. Said certificate embracesthe is complainant and J. D. Swearinger
Gillette, of Califor- brigadier general in 1864 command- public instruction in and for each district and further certify that my commission as notary following described property situated in defendants, said decree rendered on the 31s
One candidate for justice of the peace in the 6th day of July. A. D. day of A.D. I will offer for
log a brigade under General Fitzhugb for each district.One public expires on Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Wac. 1904. al
minority report the best bidden for cash at
of publicoutcry
fig has submitted a Southwest quarter of southwest quarter
and for each
for constable in
ol Lee. General Payne was three times candidate 195.witness whereof I have hereunto set my northwest quarter section township 14, ,before the court bos door (south) la
gainst the proposed impeachment ustice district hand and affixed my official seal th.1 the nth 22, range Ocala. Marion county Florida, between the
in battle. Five candidates for presidential electors.
Florida. uriously of A. D. assessed hours of a.m. and 2 m. OB the first Monday
Federal Judge Swayne, of Four candidates for delegates at large to day March 1904.Keal The said land being at the date of I p.
T. E.BIGGS. in
] the issuance of such certificatr in the name of May.

Birmingham school house catchei national candidates convention.Two for. district delegates to national Notary Public State of Florida at Large. Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be rt- tl-lit:Man!nd, A. D. 1904.
NEGROES deemed to law tax deed will issue
according ,
children described ia Marion
600 convention. the following property
'. Ire., and although there were State of Flonda. thereon the Joth day of April A.
Thirteen candidates for members at large of } D.I9 county Ftond.to-wit: The southwest quarter
in school at the time, no one wu state committee.One Marion Count Witness my official signature and the of quarter; north ball of southeast
fire 2000. Are Deserting Section Where Trouble candidate for county member of state Before me personally appeared William N. ith day of March. A. D. 1904. quarter and northeast quarter of southwest

Ujured. Loss by the Occurred. committee.One Camp. Clarence Camp Jack Camp. R. C- Camp S T. SISTRCNK quarter of section 3, township 15 Itl range n
Wilson a Chicago lawyer, candidate for member of nutional committee and Frank Drake, a majonty of the subscribersto ISms Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. east containing 166 acres le.IN
Warren S. Houston, Tex.. March 31.-Newi foi state com cation lor formula.ingplatlorm. the above proposed charter who being duly sthwet quarter of northwest quarter 1-
hu filed a bill in equity at Washington sworn by me. each upon his oath did state that 33. lfl township 15 south range 21 .
and Sharon sections
I : that an injunctioa b, from the Sil bee Against state convention for formulating they constituted a majority of the subscribers to ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO Also south half of aortheas quamI olla

asking where race troubles were threatened platform. the above Articles of Incorporation ol Crystal CRD 21, in township 15 Ith, range ,
Issued to prevent the construction ol All county candidates shall file! their applications River Railroad Company. and that it U intended ITORS- tug 90 acres. excepting thirty acres heretofore
yesterday morning .. that all negro lot placing their names on primary ticket in good faith to construct maintain and operatethe conveyed or so much thereof as may b necessary -
the Panama canal. with Samuel R. Pyles. chairman. accompaniedwith railruad mentioned in said proposed charter. satisy said final decree and cost Alt
I for throe hours live left for parts unknown. their assessment fixed by county commit W. N. CAMP.CLAREN'CK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- JOSEPH I. .

: The senate yesterday Henry Bullocks one of the white tee. CAMP. .NOTICE, legatees. distributees. and all persons 4 i Special ,.e Chancery,
discussed the recent order of the jxw- A secoid primary will be held on the 7th day R.C.CAMP, Having Claims or demands against me estate ot
evl- men shot Sunday, is dead and another ot June 1904. to choose between the highest JACK CAMP. Jonn F. Edwards. deceased to present the ------- --
( making old age an candidates whose nominations shall not have FRANK DRAKE.
bureau will
aion be low. The same within two years 01 they be barred NOTICb.
to n&
of disability and thea passed is reported very been made by a majority vote at first primary. Sworn and subscribed before me this nth day this the 3rd day of February, 1904.

dance fro alleged to Urre: been the leader 1 hose and only those persons shall be permit ol )March A. D. '90;. DOLLY C. EDWARDS
J the District of Columbia appropriatloi ted to become candidates before or to vote at or T. E. BIGGS. Administratrix. In the Circuit Court of Marion County Fifth

of he blacks in the attacks was arrested participate in the management of the primary [Seal] Notary Public 256 Judicial Circuit of Horida.-In Chasery..
I ..111.t I election who are white democratic electors -- --
was discussed last night and safely landed who declare their adherence to the principlesand -- ----- -- Wtlliain Knoblock. Complainant, n Braatlejr _

; The negro question in Jail at Kountz. organization of the democratic party. NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor A. Weathers and Marion J. Weathers.

In the house yesterday. Mr. Glllettat national, state and county. who are. by the NOTICEOf Defendant
1; of the election
laws of the state lawful electors
at Massachusetts, replying to some ol distnctin which they offer to vote who have creating a Special Tax School District tc fTNOi-'R AND BY VIRTUE OP A FINAl
Spight. New Postmaster Appointed. first due not leas U deereerendered by the judge of the
made by Mr. paid their poll taxes legally CrC
include Reddick and LowelL
r the statements Washington March 31.-The president than ten days before the primary election. and. Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8of Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit of _
regarding the race elector IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN the above stated cause dated jist day of Marco,
j Mississippi, who shall when challenged by any
of of Florida.
F Chapter 4S.Laws NOTICE will be held Reddick. Marion A. D. ,wherein William Knoblock if com
today sent to the senate the fot pledge in writing to abide by the result of the : at 1904
i1 question. primary and vote for nominees thereof. HEREBY GIVEN THATZ. C. county. Florida between the hours of 8 o'clock plainant and Brantly A.. Weathers and
Wood claim lowing nominations: Postmasters The registration books in each product open NOTICE purchaser of tax certificateNo. a. m. and sundown olJufdau Weathers are defendants.I will a
f In Arkansas friend of dated the jth day of Apnl. A.D.i&)2 Special Masterappointed in and by said
71oridv Lawrence Brown, Mlltoa on March 19,1904. and close April :6. IQ04. 1075 April $tk, A. D. 1904, de
and his friends com mitt PO. By order oi the state democratic executive and certificate 1502 of October 3rd 1S.ha to execute the same offer and expose ,
i that Davis. filed said certificates in office for the purpose oi creating a special tax school and will
Georgia, John F. JenEins, Aihburn.South committee and Marion county democratic executive my
of Saturday ana district to be known as the Reddick and Lowell
tax deed to issue in
fraud in the primary committee. has made application lor othesecon4daVofMa', A. D, ry*.
iI- that they will not concede Dans'f election Carolina Alonzo M. Folges SAMUEL R. PYLES,Chairman. accordance with law. Said certificates situated embrace in Special district to Tax Shol Dlsnc the above rop infrontoftheaouthdoorothecourt. house I*

f the convention has decided E&aWy; Charles J. Mulkey Westmin JOHN M. GRAHAM, Secretary. 41 the Marion following deb towi property: ritory: Incude 1010Wng the city of Octla. Marion county. Florida with.iuthelegalhoursofsalesell
until cuntyI'londa.
Northwest quarter northeast quarter 011 All township 13 south range Z ea t except at public outcry
h In his favor. ster. southeast quarter section 27, township 15 range i sections j. 6. 7. 17. iS. 19, 20, 29 and o.Andtoetectthree to the highest and best bidder forcashthemortgageciproperty
NOTICb.VE 21. and in southeast corner of northwest IS trustees and to ti I the rate deb in said decree.
of miliage to be and collected for the follows. to-wit: Th ceain pie parcels o
Grant. township '
\ : acresofG. A. Perpall 5 range 85es _
f. Goes Into Effect April 1.Tampa' Papers File Petition for Bankruptcy. next two yer lots oi land ly.g in -

March 31.-The stats Boston March SI.-Several New n.The said lands being assessed at the date of Qualified electors at said election are all city of Ocala. county. Florida known
Fla. reg
; of said district anddescribedaa1ots3.95 pfiandp7. of Gary
\ THE UNDERSIGNED QUALIFIED the such certificates in the name of tered and qualified voters
health officer Joseph Y. Porter, hast York and Boston newspapers have ", voters who pay a tax on real or personal Alex. Clayton.nc and William McCartney .Un pay a tax on real and personal property theren.The Addition to the said city as per plat of said addition
i been recorded in plat "A"OB page 43. of _
will the following
property. on less said certificates shall be redeemed according persons bl
Wn informed by Surgeon General! lIed a petition in bankruptcy in the I Pint 3f..mMtf in .4j
r Wyman. of the public health and marine United States district court against I. present this petition to the Board of Public Instruction A.official 0.1904 signature and seal this the Cam. D. S clerk.pansby. managers ; and W. S. tether with all. and and appurtenances singular the tbeteontu.

hospital service, that the "clos.t Pettingill & Co., an advertising agency oi Marion county. Florida asking the Witness of my March A. D. 1904. Sewman. of the Board ol Public Instruction belonging or s much thereof af may b
for the of Sth day
r said board to call an election purpose S T.SISTRCNK this the 7th day of March 1904. sufficient to satisfy said decree costs, cbarle
i. season" will go Into effect of this The liabilities special tax school district to be knownas and
t Quarantine city. are creating a Tax School District and ] Clerk Circuit Court. Marion CO. J. Attest: G. S. SCOT commissions epens a thee. pr
the Pairfield Special 11"5t .
, continue to Nov. 1. W. D. CAEN, vded
April 1, and placed at 1,000,000 while the assets to include the following described territory: Secretary. (iiMh5t] BCRFORD. R. B BULLOCK

are estimated at about $250,000. All sections 5. 6. 7.S. 17. iS. 19. 1O. *9 and 3<> Compl inanr Solicitor 4l Special ::.ler.
Mine. south range n east. and sections
; Fire In Big Copper township 13 .
12. 13. 23. 24. 3 i and of township 13 south ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. -
Houghton. Mich. March 31.-Fira 20 ast. NOTICEThe NOTICE
Warships to Visit Galveston. H. J. W. Smoak. A. :Mathews, -
broke out today In the Qulncy one ot W. A.Gatr4 Yoogue S. W. Yongue. L. W Best, Carrie A. E. Delouest administrator with will annexed

the mcst famous mines In the capper Washington March 31.-Rear Admiral Dodd. J. B. DeVose. D. B. Mathews, L. L law requires that the state and county ot Ed. Delouest gives notice that 0 theiitk

before W. C. Wise, commanding the train. Harney B. S. Jenings R. C. Yongue. E. S. NOTICE IS all HEREBY G\'FS claims TO CRED. tax book of 1903. shall close on April first. day of&ftembtr, I9.he
coanfry, but was extinguished Smith. A. M. Cook, A. J. Tones. A. G. Yongue, persons having
'- ing squadron with the flagship Minneapolis A, B. Yongiie A H. Yongue. R. A Yongue. W. the estate of liary i. Hick. deceased. to pre- Pleas govern yourselves accordingly. will present his accounts and_hr ta the
done. final settlement and for
serious damage was army E. Yongue. A. W.'ongne.. H. G. Yonirne. W. T.Grev. 1 sent same within ers or they will be barred. Respectfully, county jndge I
and Harford. win rlflt Galveston discharge. This 9th day of March. 1904. _
sr."alter G Gibson This February 23rd
to the surface S.V.. Yongue. J. .
I., of miners was brought 1904.V.. W. CLYATT.zS E. I..CAKKEV. A E DELOVEST31em6nl
Tex.. April 10 to 16. :. A.Thomas..G. M. Webb. Winfred Reynolds J. Administrator. Tax Collector. Administrator Etc.
In safety. H.Carter J. Yongue. rumhst) 6




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sketch>was born near Frankfort, Ky., .- ---
December 13, 1860, and is therefore In ..... ---
I the prime of physical manhood. He Is --e'
a democrat of the democrats, public -
spirited, honorable I .
and just In his

I I 1 Rodgers dealings years before kept with up the his a zoological fellow great freeze man.garden Forj Mr.at ABE. A. BROWN & BRO. JAKE ]

j his
. own expense on the lot east of the
t Ocala House, and thousands of people :
: were amused by the funny little moor == II
r :: I
.f keys and numerous other animals confined -
In the park. The writer has

known him intimately for over twenty _ _ _ .
years In Florida, and knows him ./ WHOLESLE GROCERS / !
an honest sober and Industrious genE
tleman. He is a writer of ability, having _
written papers on various subjects ...... 1
for the local ,
press some of which were

r largely criminals North Mr. Rodgers and copied South.In has leading studied newspapers crime and | We want to call the attention of all Dealers in | J Ji.

from the standpoint of the .
scientist, and his personal knowledge t

lic gained works from, extending working over convicts a number on pub-of Groceries that sell them what
years, peculiarly fits him for dealing E we are prepared to :
with this class of people.It .
is the honest opinion of the writer --

that state man If who to Marion pick could from county bring we could to had the the not sheriffs find whole a o goods they need at wholesale prices. We make 3

office a better knowledge of its duties
and responsibilities and one who would

Allan work harder Rodgers.for the general An Old good Timer.than % Quick Deliveries and you will find our prices to be |---j :

A Great Sensation ..

that ville There,place Ind.was,was a when great expected W.sensation H.to die in, Dist strictly in line with other Dealers. If you have 3E -

t' his life saved by Dr. King's New
covery for consumption. He writes: -- --

asthma immediate"I endured, but relief insutfrable New and Discovery soon agouie thereafter gave from me any doubts about this give us a trial order and jz-41

affected a complete cure" Similar
cures of consumption, pneumonia, =
bronchitis and grip are numerous .
It is a peerless remedy for all throat see for yourself. 3t
and lung troubles. Price 50c. and $l.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co., drug- -- .....
gists. Trial bottle free. m
\ \ .
For County Commissioner Fifth Dis ...- -
trict. ---4

\ columns race By is reference on it in will the be fifth to been our cowwi that advertising a 8ioner's lively/ ; We are here close to you and feel sure I ,

district heretofore represented by :: -
Hon. E. L. Wartmann.

s Anthony The aspirants; W. D.are obbittof C. W.Turner Reddicb, of, E that we can supply your ants. To CarE '

and L. T. Hickson,of Orange Lake. .
All are men of fine character, ex 1

elected cellent business will strive qualifications to perform and thtir i if Load buyers of Mixed Feed such as i|.lr

t duty to their constituents without I == f
; fear, favor or affection. -- :; f I.
Messrs. Turner and Hickson ate I
natives: and have been residents of the I I H..A.YOORNANDOATS i
county all their lives and both are I II
most popular in their respective com. i iwuoltles. ----- -.

Mr. Bobbitt is a native of Tennesseebut I There is -- .
g no question but that
has fur a long time been a real 4 we can save 3 ,
dent of Reddick aud is thoroughly] 4 -
identified with it in every way. j II _
We are glad that it is these kind omen 4 I .
: g on purchase.
that are being urged to make the you money your .-
race for the office for it is one of the I".
most important the voter will be ;&

called upon to fill. iE 4 The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating of the Pie. So Give us a Chance to g .
Nothing Like Experience.

"Oae truth learned t yacutl experi E Figure With You Your Next Car of
euee does more good than ten expert- OQ) Grain .
enCe one hears about." Tell a nuu .
that rhaiubeiIain's Colic, Cholt-ra D- -...... .. < "
and Viurhooa: remedy will cure I -- i .....
cholera iiiorhus, and he will most
likely forget it before the end of the .-.... ._..._ .

of day.that Let disease him,have feel that a severe he is about attack<10 < E: We are enlarging our facilities so we can better handle our daily :: '

die. use this remedy,and learn from ......

geves his! own relief experience,and he will how remember quickly it it E: increasing business in this line and want your trade all things being .
all his life. For sale by Anlimouopoly i ,

Drug Store.Mrs. Dodge Dead. m equal. If we can't sell you your goods as cheap Quality and Freight 3 : : ,

7 owners Mrs.Abbie and proprietors R. Dodge! ,of one the \Viu of the> considered as other dealers. We surely won't expect the business, 3 i :

eor Hotel, Jacksonville, died in her

apartments eight, after at an the illness hotel on of Monday several P-- But all things being equal we hope to get the trade. Lets have a trial .3..... : ":

weeks. order and if don't make When in the
She had been in Jacksonville for see we good. City call around .1
twenty three years and had been in

the time hotel and for busiaesa a number during of years all of that had E: and see us. Lets get better acquainted. If you don't buy it will do .J

Caucus in partnership 6bers with a her most Mr.excellent Frank T. E: no harm to find out how things are going. .
woman and her death is very greatly -.
< Cures Coughs and Colds.
Mr*. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., Topeka Yours for more business ...;
Kansas, says; : "Of all cough
remedies Ballard'a Horehound Syrup --
is my favorite; it has dona and will -
do all that is claimed for it, to speedily :
cure all coughs and colds and it isso A.
sweet and pleasant to the taste." BRO.
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