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



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adapted for Hard Water. lOc or 3 (or"5er 3E PLE SURE TRIP BEGINNINGSOur !!
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:--: ':,. :--: Sad Accident Has Cast business :
was started :1
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::: : i ::: Unfortunates May I very small but did not re- I i
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Special to the Ocala Baaner.
Q. Ii.i'f : \ main so-satisfaction of ,1
f -- a.r\.1,1 -- Sutherland, Fla., April ,
:=: {:5,' afternoon while several of I
customers made the
t change 'I'II
f I ers and pupils of the !
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:=: i -- nary located this oily I

j' -- -- the bay ou a pleasure cruise I .1.1I.1I I

J i -- -/ -- was capsized and all the I i I
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were thrown into the water, 11 .1 i j

1' POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | drowned.Those composing! .. the ] !:' LIUHROE&CHAMBLISS N ( [ i iIi

:ZI=: Prescriptions receive careful attention. --::g Rev. Shade Walker, ,
-- Seminary, Mrs Walker, ) I; BANKERS \,
aJl111111JIIlllllllllllllllJIIIIJJiJIuIUIIINlIilllllllJlJJl" lIlJIlJIIJl1C1 McRae, teacher of i Ii Ocala '" Florida : .
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I Slaughter, teacher of :
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-. Miss Eunice Newton, .
t I3roltsstou l.
'j.. aud a young man : i ..,--- .... "-
David S. Woodrow Bourland.At m."B.BIGGS, -

4 it last accounts :- I! I r ATTO "EY-AT-LAW.

and Miss Newton showed i (Ot ce in Gtry-Aguew Block.)
resuscitation.The : Ft.oamIt
sad accident has cast ; D. i-ll.l.hK,
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-. >i over the school as all of I I, DENTIST.

; If you have any phosphate lands :you wish to sell or tunates were very popular. I I i iI iI ii Over Munroe &: Chambhu Bank.Ocala FU.

lease on royalty communicate with him. i, J M. THO ilPSON. .
S Rev. J. P. Hilburn, of I I
a chairman of the board of
Office over Tea-pot ,
Grocery Opp Monteinmi.
the Seminary, left Tuesday OCALA FLA.ATTORNEYATLA. .
: Office next to Dr. Smith Foetoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. !
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; 'IIy latest news of W,

OCALA 7-i-1- rtOMDA
tragedy at Sutherland is .

USA E1IZABSTI EABSIS, local Eilter Dr. W. H. Powers, who was called bodies of :Mr. Shade W. U. CHASE:
( { { J _
to Jacksonville last week on accountof and Miss O'Connor, of .
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. the illness of his father, the late not yt been recovered. -- : OCALA. FLACASI.oa .

Stephen Powers whose death occurred Mr. Walker, tb. | -

Saturday afternoon, return d I seminary was resuscitated I L.. SISTRC3JK.
.:. Mr. E. K. Nelson is quite sick with .of ATTORNE1t-AT-LAW.
home yesterday.Mr. I pre.'ariousti'nditiou: and )
, measles. i an I I Room4, MasonicBuilding. Octl. Fla. S' It
tou will recover.The.dead ;'i
\} aid of her Fletcher C. Barnes, representing i .
Mrs. Geo. MacKay two Unlit-sof : I I .
Miss L
a ndvelty advertising house of \\McnER j and
children are ill with the, prevailiug Rae, of MiRae, Ga., |t MACKAI
tneastes.1Ir. Cincinnati, went to Leesburg yesterday I
'r epidemic, Slaughter, of Jackson, G. !I i
and will visit Tampa, Punta J
A. C. Hamri i is in Ocala or- Gorda, Key West and other southern Bourland, of Arcadia, J JI I _
fund. j ii
gauizing the order of Washington.! cities before returning.Mrs. i'I I good
slaughter was a
It is a very peerless order. I that
M. L. Smith, of !Sprinefiela, T. K. Slaughter, of Levoa, :I i

Mr. L. K. Edwards, manager of the Mass., and Mrs. S. A. Jewett, of of this city. li'Wf'f, I I iI

Irvine Crate and Basket Company, Cleveland. Ohio,*are iu Ocala fora 'llm terrible calamity I a FUNERALDIBBCTOHS.

was in the city Tuesday. couple weeks and are stopping at: gloom over that entire : the

Mrs. Foyon OoUawaha av nue. the eminary bas been clo ; .
; Miss Annie, Feinberg, if Dunn- I'I I -
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ellon, spent Tuesday shopping iu They are friends of Col. and Mrs. I
A How to Ward off an Attack Have a full stock of Coffin Caskets
Ocala. very. ____, __ matism. I I .
Mr. B. K. Turower and Buritl Outfits. Special given to
For Pains, aches, coughs, colds, etc traveling for "For years when spring .
try Turkewten Oil l,. sold by 1'%-diugs the Baird Hardware Company, fGainesville ou and J went into gard" I : to rirl) tt nil H.

; & Co. --- --.- -- and Mr. E. W. Kimball, sure to ha\"el.n attack of by Embalming to Order
and every: attack was !I
of who
The holder of ticket 5.WIiS the Chicago, represents Foley'sHoney I
thau the preceding one,, !
au-1 Tar, wt're.irors! to
fortunate winner of Mr. J. F. Williomson's McDonald, of Man, Logan

F Columbia bicycle.Mrs. Oeala Tuesday. West Va. "I tried I'|I & CO.

no relief whatever, until I
E. D. Hiers, of Wellington, Hon Alfred St. Clir-Abrama, candidate a bottle of Chamberlain's ,
Fla., is in Ocala visiting her daughter, for attorney-general, spent a and the first application FLORIDA c

Mrs. Hatcbell at the DeWeese, hou>e. few hours in Ocala WeauesJay: and and before the first bottle ,

says. now it is only a question as to the tilt like a new person. j: Dealers.
that I am cured, but I alw Detail Liquor
Foskett of Gainesville, y::
Prof..t. J. Silt of his majority. He says he
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain I I
who has been spending several weeksIn thinks he will have at least 5000 tu the house, and. when I feel '

'. Ocala returned home Tuesday 'I
spare. toms of a return I soon -
afternoon, Mr. M. F. Robinson is detained in with one or two II
liniment." For sale by I
;-. :Mr.; and Mrs. J. M. Xeely went I Savannah on account of the critical oly Drug Store. II : I
out Summerfield Tuesday to visit illness of his mother. Had it not
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo for a been for this he would have been out Election of School

';' short while. hustling with his samples for the fall The regular election for ,

\ -- tratte. Under the circumstances, we the Ocala sab-school '

t. :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens and know his customers will wait for him. place Tuesday. Messrs. D. I IX L

baby, of High Springs, are the guests clerk, George Smith, H. C.

; of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs The married ladies card club was Mr. Hays acted as

,f Isaac Stevens. entertained charmingly! Wednesday present board of trustees w I IEGISTEED]

afternoon by Miss Mary Piatt at the ed. The following was the
Cpt W. P. Corbett, of the Prudential home of her sister, Mrs. D. W. Davis.
A. Burford, 30; J. M. ;
Insurance Company, was a Miss :Minnie Gamsby succeeded in A. Weathers, 27. E RYE '

: very pleasant visitor! to Ocala Wed. capturicg the prize, a set of hand Stevens, 3; S. E. Hiller, ;

nesday. painted shirt waist buttons. Miss Harris, 1. I YEARS OLD.

afternoon afternoon.A.Piatt's guests. spent a very pleasant For three mills 20; for t

a. 5; for one mill, 4.
:: the meeting was a very pleasant one.
M. Cushman, grand of I -
Next Tuesday afternoon the club will secretary The Right Kind of Man
a the Independent Order of Odd Fel-
t' meet with Miss Meta Jewett. A Great Sensation.
lows, has returned from Ocala, wherehe
Col. It. B. Masters, of New York, There was a great s
went to pay an official visit to the yule, Ind., when H. $-
t 2. 0
who has been looking after his inter- Delivered 9
Ocala lodge I. O. 0. F. He reports that place, was exacted to

,, tertsts in this city and visiting his that lodge in excellent condition from his life saved by Di. King's -

Mr. Arthur Masters, for tne past for
covery consumption. Bottles
every point of view, and says "thebo's" $8
two weeks, has returned home via "I endured uffirable Dehver'd .50
treated him
they i
Mobile. asthma, but New Discovery I I
always do in Ocala. Friends of Mr. immediate relief and soon

: '} Mr. Albert Graham has gone to Cushman will" regret, however, to affected a complete cure" I i

Shawnee, Oklahoma Tt'rritoryhere !j learn that he returned borne iudispo cures of consumption, I I I

he will go into business with Mr.VernifeStevens | >ed.-Gainesville Sun. bronchitis and grip are I a ;
It is a peerless remedy for H
{ formerly of this city. I 1
and lung troubles. Price
This wishes him in his
paper success FOlEY5IDDNEycur
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Dew hnwg.. ., Makes Xidnevs and ClaJdc 1:'- gists. Trial bottle free. j Day Received =


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...... ..................... a cent for stopping over a night nor ,
: AXXOUXCEMEXTS.Fe : 1 Women as Well as Men
for meal the hotel at Mela- I
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".&&,"-1 hereby aaaonaee ayfelf a eaa4ubt.r tosa said my money wasn't good at t Happy Marriage Took Place at l, Ca Thursday, March 3Ist, a concert Are Made Miserable by
.r Sma4 Tells of its Prosperity.
+ for the office 0(sherfcT of Xa riot COGa.r.1Qt that place and refused to receive pay Staa4ard oa Weditsday.Wednesday was given at Weirsdale. aid of ; Kidney Trouble.

to tile adios at lit democrrtk priaary. Enjoys a Fish Fry and a SquirrtlPilliu. church Mr.
for dinner. expense Anthony
my at the residence of the I
aaauiaUd aid elected I pro>ti.e to perform t

the dada of said c6u to the fees of fIIaoility.: attribute it to the fact! that I was bride' mother, }l1'I. J. S. Stewart, Finzel, as usual, took charge the e!; tidier traubte preys spcn the r-.tac, fc-

HENRY CORDON, To toe Etit"t'of the Ocaa Banner. with good company. I was with MU* Frank Palmer Stewart: to Mr. program which was an excellent en?. i cam aI:1Jcsensar.--; t.a t/. "-.? rand
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FOR ;" E3TATIcE.. taut week while oa a caova$iing Brother Prsoc, the Baptist preacher. Harry WiUon of TUuaville, Fla. Mrs. Buckley played the overture, !.: v',.... -_- drsa-tertubest-efceerioiness ::00-0.

7. tin fjnlJt fetes / MirimI tllIIJitl.YltJridtJ. tour through Flemiugwa prrtinet I Tho-e present at the fob fry were The groom is the editor and and this was followed by a son? Jby i neys are evtier
t P GrI
hereby...oaaUoIBJV.U *cavUate for tie received .an invitation to met a the following: B. J. Jimmons, Cal manager of tbe pink paper, the Mr. :Leonard S.Sesiutl3, "Th FUher- f : I; Ki lltyrst able; -u

; 1rZfslature from Uirion county Mbjecl ta tie crowd of old friend on tbe bank of Simmons, Ecu Simmons and Clyde Indian P.iverdvoe te, a young mall min and his Child" )Iro: Firuel ,i .y r'..c tS
tftflttera tic primary,aad tottcttlae tnpport of thaitSsBctunc--
.7 dettocratie friend Lfdwitb J lake and enjoy a fish .fry .and :-rsmoions, of Central; T. F. with! C. of fine business ability, and vm at then rendered taking little ballad, 1 \4 I tat a duk to- : -

cARLoiLsI TarNx 1'fllJirrel iUsa. M. Jmith, V. P. Smith, L. M. Smith one time an employe iu the Ocala "'Tit aU that I can S av." I 4t'f >.treys-ot Mthe_r220 ;,.., -

-- - ---- --- 'Veil, I bad beta there before aDd J. M. Smith L. D. dumb, R. h. Banner otSce.Owing Mis Gertrude Si"ip-ion VtountJ up --- too cfr. -.e

Fot !Hun-{ rei jctfaJrjr auace my OQdeM/.oo that IIrfJe.un a big feast Smith C. X. Smith, Clarence Smith the first part of the program with a urge scald3 the flestt or if, w tte B.i -.r ,jaa
candidacy for aberif. M ele-tet.l I prom ue to to the recent; death of the rtahez :car wiles n ifeou a oe *. e 'aoon33'

dJtharge the
partiaUutitotite try t.eoI6t my abHty. At 1 o'clock ia company with my grau>>r bcd-we'ng. dead ;?Oft a. L'te ,. :e :t
J. L. saoAk.Foa qui t one, only family a tfes if.culy! is fadney troofcte. a..- --. f:Zrsees

brother, Mr. F. E. Smoik, we struck Wa :aboou. who bad long since been intimate friends: being present. Thepetite refreshments, which were beautifully shwild be towards the 'rexn-e-: : '.,

ftcruuiTtsiAVT or BOAID or m&.K 'ot for the place and wbeQ hearing called to bu eternal reu There werea served by Irs. Allan Cameron, Mra. tiyv- uapart22t w us. Tbti US' t iir,
of the bride looked in dress of
IsITU.CT1I'Drt)1lcb the column* lovely 9. tube: is cue to a texned ccnoiu- ;f :r.cHdicy

Banner I uk the ... port of .be atiieat of the lake began bearing tbe guns and !*) present J. D. Miion, Job Nixon white tDDi"eiting trimmed with Van KeL-ey and Miss Htrriel Simpson : ard bbdier as4 not ;- a hiiit asClfiSt

Marion u.atyor the MratnatioB of countyftaperiattadeat for two boors tbeir reverberations Henry Miron, F. E. m/.k and two who all looked charming. p4C;! Sup9O eX
of Public>> In ltrllCt olI. I with niching- a' white chiffon and white WC ten as veil 23 rsea are raids r-"i -

to thank them for gust fvor ao4 it re-elected sounded through the dec-e hammock young men, guest of Mr. Villie satin ribbons, and the only ornament After ice cream, cake and strawberries ifck with kids-/.w tlaiier tr:hoe

1 oal make every efOrlto improve the school had been coars"d and paid asd bctb rid the sa.T.e pat reoed,.
which surrounds the lake.
Smith. It ia not to mention
r'ong all lint*. Rep w. D. CAUS'. About one hour by grin Mr. J. D. that I war there and was there ia very Swamp-Root is soon read:er". It is icldfcy
present from the father of the bride. sang with fine effect, "A. lt'ep at
Milton and hU with great abundance.. druf2ts' in fJty- f'un
boyacame "
a the Switch.
Pus ftBfcairr-I hereby aanouac She:
J. L. Ssloal:. : carried a lovely bouquet of : and one doIlarW! ,,
candidate for the office of iberlS of Marion poles and tpinnera and vent oat with
bride'rowes. Climatic !:i=G. Yauma1UYCa
: coast*(abject t/) tie action ef the democratic Cures. ii
: battle mad !
primary to be held Mav 10, and it elected will tAO men in each boat, -oe to paddle I HEMS FROM IRVINE. The going away gown waa a hand The influence of climatic condition tree.s.::lpe a.o plylkt by tell- gao.1 .....__

attend to tile dutiCl of the office to the test of and thE and at in the of of the
one to run spinner, some dark broad cloth trimmed cure consumption is very ing- 12 a?cut jr. Including WIt
of the democrat grey
ability. Soliciting the iapport i fetters receiver
much feojaa of
nightfall we all came Into camp, ; Special correspondence Dealt Banner. overdrawn. The poor patientand
Yours,etc. with black
totert.I am I braid and buttons, with from sufferers cured Ia writing Dr. Kdmet

J. Pa ASK: tn.ua.Foa wjuirre1 hunters ai ,l fishermen ar The melon crop is fine through thiasection. bat and glove tu match. tbe rich patient too.can do much & Co. Bic tunuco. N. Y. k : sure antwr..fion
I better at home by proper attention to this .

TAX As..E...ot-eeIieriag that I hate riving about the fsW tioie. Tbe Mr. Cave'd crop unusually The groom WM attired in the usual food digestion, and regu'af' use of patter.RESIDENCE

fined tot office of Tu Aenor to the ati faetiou t'juhreLt! and fish were heaped in I good and in* dry weather ha not black suit and pearl kid glove German Syrup. Free eifederation --- -
and knowing thai I am
now til qualified mOlt people and equipped> to do the work It separate piles and presented a sight to effected his large acreage. About Rev. Z. T. Crumptou performed in the morning IS made certain by FOR{ S0LE

well as any one 1 respectfully ak the voter of behold. Then began the worst of preparing I I 4M acres beans will be on the market ceremony in his usual impressivemanner. German Syrup, Iit a good nirht's

Marion aunty for a re-aoainatto oa the lath I rest and the absence oa bat weAkening
fur the feaat. i+oa there were In ten days and are now quoted high. "
cl May, Atraco Area. I cough and deb'tHating night I offer for sate mf resident*
fire and each showed Cabbage still mores upward, f 2.2-5 to
crackling one
: After theceremoay guests were sweat. Restless nights and eihaoa- near the school house.
to represent l
Pot Tan LaowiATirawant bU skill. I was selected a* ti50 f. o. b. car lou. Many farmers Lion due 1O
Marion county in the next r'uoature and to I epicurean invited into the dicing room wherean to roughing, the greatest in Oeala containing room

that end solicit the vote ut all democratic titiMns ;I bead chef and tor two hours was kept contracted their crop of cabbage for elegautluncheon was served. danger and dread of the consumptivecan bathroom and kUeh ... JJout04 ..*

t at the coming primaries.> busy fcoperintending the cooking. The delivery at JI Oi) and they are kicking.Don't be prevented stopped by taking in excellent: condition and
B. FLOTO.Poe o the ilIDf the
to neriout of
Jon aping" :** lizbt
German Sjrup liberally sad regularly. flitted with electric
---- do this brother farmer.
and again
Ubies were soon rprtad a
COIXBCTOB-I announce my candidacy little daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Should you l.t able to go to a warmer throughout. Half ca. b, balance

forjtheofflceof U* collector for| Marionacountytabject feast few ever before saw. Mrs. John B. Floyd, we regret to Wilson (the former a brother of the clioi, you will find th.t of the thousands on ea.j term*. Title per

to the action of the democraticpartyat all around learn ia quite ill. We hope to eee her
the primary to be held May 10. After supper we gathered groom and the later a sister of tbe ot consumptive there, the few fect. DAVID S. WOOIIIIOIV

K. I. CABEY. a bid camp fire and ligteutxl and out agtin wnn. bride) could not be present. who are benefited and regain strengthare Room 12/Potoffit-e: 1110fOlInKIDEiCURE( ",

-POI-THE--ULATtl--- hereby announce laughed at Lillie L+w th'lI witty joke, i I Mr. Thigpeu was quietly married I left the three who rise German Syrup.
The happy couple over A. ..
I Trial bottle
.5e. regular bottle To .
my candidacy ior member of the legislaturefrom for which be I* famous, until our I! Wednesday to charming kief of
Marion couatyjsuhject to the Action of the C. L. for their future home at Titus- For sale by Antimonopoly Drug

be held :0.CEO. aid** ached. The young men began : L. L. Harvey, of Fairfield, and bin '-
democratic primary to May ville, where they will-te at home after Store. Makes ZH&svs zed Bladder R
C, 14THi."" moved iuto the 1-easier hou- We
-- .-- -- -- to wrestle, ja up and cut all kind of the loth. I -

is FOR Tax Ari *oa-Tbe m oy fnendi(J.C C".ilottil.I1d; kept it up until midnight, welcome this addition to our town.

Mathews throughout th. county recognizing bt* "ht'li the older men stretched the :May they live long aud prosperity attend The bridal presents were many and C. I. G RAe E.
his worth and ability, hereby: present handomecoutittingof cut gku-4 and
name to thedemxntie.oters ot Marion countyfor ttUI.and vii in for a nap. The them.
silver the Utter being the mast con Successor to Central Lumber Co.
in the
the nomination for tax; as.essor approaching
primary election. )UDgnirii went "coon" huutiuj and Oar Hucday: school was largely attended "picuou Dealer In

MAY-CITZE-->sa. after a long drive came iu about daylight : :;uLda). We are glad to havea May theirs be a bog and happy Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiiing

FOB Coc. Y JCJXie-I hereby announce my iniuus a ciH)n, but with a Lit crowded houie always. Come again, wedded life H! the wish of the Ocala and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
canoidacr for re-election to the oifice county
.III..um. Tile were awakened boy and girl. Manufacturer of
actof the democratic iIttpU
judge subject ti the Ban T.
primary to be held Hay 10. 1 w.ROTCRT. flY the arrival of the hunts! Tbe Crate C">. is shipping heavilynow I Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Column, Door and

BCLLOCK awl tegsand all got up, H>uie going and the orders come in far[. COTTON PLANT. Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

FOIl COCXTV TagAs hunting and tishing Tomato carriers: and bean bukete are ,
squirrel some
of the Jpeople of Marion county / have ,
Miss Hattie Baron returned to her Lumber and $;orders for and
faithfclly awl beftUiojly dixcaarzed; the dotie while others began <-o<>dug breakfast.We wanted in car lots. receiving can any quantities

of county treasurer I reapectfuHy a.k: their sip home at Archer last Saturday. sizes. Mail orders attended to
in i the apprwchwz democratic primary. bad more fi,h and Hjuintl thanwe I We never saw cattle in such! poor promptlv
port Mr. and Mt#. J. E. Howell; }'r.linJ
THOS.E rUTLI'I could devour. Wbeu breakfast couditios. The poor things Slot 4-'owu ,
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I-'oa' Ctijiit: CISCCIT C<<'RT-I hereby announce Will) ready betu-le rounded and all i and are till weak to get up-all from Sfr?. H-nry Clark and their guest, .

my esndtdaey for re-election to the office I MiM P'r.vin, and Mr. and Mr?*. W. E.
ol clerk c-f the circuit court ,.*bed 17 the cause in with another;, auppiy. and !!tarv4tioo, and f-eowners should be

action 6f the democratic: votes at the primary like the famous (east related In btbi I prosecuted for cruelty to animals: Veal spell: part of lat week on Like SEA B 0 A R D

election to be pcld May r o. 1904 I take thin opportunity Sixteen enjoying outdoor life and
-S to thank those who hare wipported cal. time, it would! have required the buzzudl9 ere feasting. Can'i we

me in the! put, and trout my record in the office hamper bankets to take away the doa! uielhiDg on this line to make the piscatorial sport. They caught plentyof

has beta ouch ai ta enSbie! them to tote fcr _. fish aut report paring bad a big!
hU cattle and not
roe again. S. SMTSCXK. fragment. OA'iiery'kkeeareof ,
_- time. Part of the time during their
ef There weieKi m' nj fish left ever letjpbern run out in the words uucarnl Air Line Rai1way.ForS.tl'.tlI. .
FOR SKEwrr hereby announce my a
stay the ladies were guests of Mr. and
candidate for the office ef Sheriff of Marion that they were put into wagons awl fur and unsft'n for weeks and wee k.:

county aubject to the democratic primaries to Mr. Henry Younge will bring hi* Mrs. A. J. Turner in their elegant C4)Ll'.' IHI.i. C.UIDEV SOITTHFKXKICIUIO.M PiE
distributed the
10 the
ue roea
be held on the loth of May next, and refpectlully { along home and all are loud in their praise
' wiltrit the support ol all the democratic way. Everybody pronounced it u registration book up in a day or two
"oter of Marion county. prctfuHy.. of the kindness and Lospitality of ; ), IIASHIXGTOX. 1ULTIMOKE. VlIILADELPIIIA
so we can get in shape to vote. Every
grand "UCLt'!!" and went home sitixtled.UpoLi .
these estimable people.Mr. .
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return to Fletiiitijfioii I wan 10 tee
Editor, why is it that when an
lully ououn: myself candidate for r lectionait saw some of the tiiitBt crops I it that his name is registered prop.
a member of the Board ol Public Instruction editor espouse* the cars- of a candidate 3JE1V YOHK
have the Mr. erly. See to this bo)4.BELLEVIEW.! .
for Marion county from the Third District subject !! eu iu country. H. J.niiinuou.Haiid .
some people are ready to s-iy
to the action ct the :prima.-y election to tie his neighbor, Mr. KJ. Three Elegant Trains Daily
held May i.>. 1104- B. K. BUTCH. that he is paid but when some otter
Curry, had the finest crop of beanv in
FOR SrrfcRmeycesT or li-uLtc lsiTatC- man champions bU cause: no ouch
the lId hborbocJ.
F TIO.I.-I announce myself a candidate tor charge is made. Aside from the

county superintendent of public instruction of The firmtrs! in that part of Mari"n Mr. J. J. Nelson has been ou the
Marion county, subject to the democratic pn- amount of influence weilded, what h
mary of May to. If elected I khall work for the county are far ahead of those in other sick list for the past: week but is now the difference? Seaboard florida Limited.

best interests of the schools: and county. Htctions that I have -eu. Most of improving.The ,
Respectfully D. R. ZETaortk Cotton Plant school will clone on
' Central Fla. them have their crops up and theyare Baptist aDd Methodist riuudayrichooNnnitHlin
------ the 7th in*t. and the efficient teacher SEABOARD EXPRESS. SE0BOIRD MAIL.
worked. their Easter (
> FOR COMUIWUO.HUR I hereby ask the tup. well Every firmer seems services
will return to her home much to the
port of the democratic voter of the 5th district to have! au abundance of corn in the and presented a mr.lbt. delightful program -
for my election as a member of the board of regret of all Cotton Plant. Miss j
'S r County commUhiouen and will it elected do Nib and bacon in the smokehouse. I appropriate music and recitations -
Folks is a lady whom any community -
ray duty as a representative of the entire heard lots of men tinlng; the t-raises !Sunday evening in the Methodist > J.v1 oc err Pullman :Equipment.
county. W. D. HOBBITT. might feel honored to claim.
of the Benjamin Bros for the flue Church which was well filled.
FOR Colinulil : : .-thereby announce myrelf This scribe: is glad to know that
candidate for re election a* member of meat they have cured this, winter.I A charming dance was' given Saturday THE SEABO-\RD FLORIDA LIMITED its vstlbuled! train, composed -

the board of county commissioners, and hope have been traveling over the evening at the Hart House by Mr. our tax collector will have no opposition exclusively of Pullman E>iup! i >iu ; Dining, Cumpartm, Drawiua

that my past record in this capacity is such that in the coming primary, which room. Sleepers and Observation Cars, operated solid, tjt. Augustine and
the voter*.f the second district can support meat county for five weeks and haveuevrr and Mrs. Taylor and the Mize-es Syke: that he is faithful and efficient Jacksonville to Sew YorK vU Wsfehiugioa, leaving St. Augustine 12:1' p.m.
v the primary to be held May t0.l1. proves '
in my life met a more generous Arthur MiUom had his left hand and Jacksonville 1 :_) p. m. daily.
W. Loa;. and that the eoplft an willing to Only line Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
hearted people been charged hurt wile bill
; quite badly playing
- FOR COUSTV COMMISSIONER.-District: No. 3. abide by that unwritten law. to New 0 leans.

5, 5 I hereby announce my candidacy for county Saturday.Mr. faithful and For fuh information and sleeper reservations call on any AgentA.
commiiutioner from commili iooer'li district No. A more painstaking
F. F. Wendell left Monday for O. MacDON ELL A. G. P.Agt Jacksonville. Fla.
3, Marion county subject to the action ol the That official has never served his county
democrrtic primary oi May to. 1904. Fort Plain, N. Y. His wife and JOHN DOZIER, Agent. W.'v. CONDON, City Ticket \gee
S. K. PILES state than Hon. Henry W. Long andre OCALA FLA.
-- --.- Tired daughter will remain about a month
FOR C0ualtsstostehereby announce my Feeling are glad to see that: he is a candidate

. candidacy for corami! ioncr from the fifth longer. like -
" Is a Common Spring Trouble.It's for rel'll'Ction.Ir.. Long, (
-1. district of Marion county; subject to the faction: The regular monthly Council meeting .
of the democratic: prim try election to be( held a sign that the blood is deficientIn all other officials) at times, perhaps,
May loth 1404. I,. T. HICKSO. was held Tuesday evening in the ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAY COMPANYTime
vitality, just as pimples and other has not done what some desired, yet
town ball.
FOR St'tvavoa-hereby announce myself eruptions are signs that the blood the fact is indisputable that be is
candidate for the office of county !surveyor Ihe trustees, of tha Methodist Table in EffeCt Feb. 7th 1903.
..,bjcct to the action of the democratic primaryto li impure. conscientious and believes that he is DEPARTURES FROM OCALA

be held May loth,1904. W.A. MOOREHEAD. It's a warning, too, which only the church have under consideration the working for the greatest good to the ,

---- hazardous fail to b rd.Hood's purchase of the Strong house to be Tram 32,1:205.m. For Rochelle. Pmtatka. Jacksonville Wavcross. Tho. rak. sarassak
Pat CocNrv COMMISSIONER.: that I
Feeling greatest: number of people. Give Charleston, Wilmington, Ricamood. Washington Norfolk. BaMmarc PhiladeipSia. -
Ian Mti 5th district! on the hoard of county commissioners Sarsaparilla him a big vote on May 10. points ia connection: with Chicago and Florida special
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Terrell left -- -- Train '18. ray p. m. For Rochelle Palatk Jacksonville aU other point east. Ate far taros
I hereby announce my candidacy for that Atlanta Nashville,Chicago via Dixie
and Pills The Havana Post of April is brag
position subject to the coming primary. Thursday for their home in Hhort Train 39. 3.20 p.m. For Leesburg. Croom. Tnlby. Brooksville. Tarpon Springs Cltarwaler
C. W. TURNKR.: tbe March collections. It Bellair St.Petersburg and intermediate points
Remove it, give new life, new courage Beach Conn. ging on Train *l,2:16 a. ro. For Leesburg.Crom, Trilby. Tarpon Spring. Clearwater, BeBait St. ..........
,, FOR :Ot'"TV" CoMMiiSiostR ad DISTRICT. strength and animation. says it was the best record ever made burg and Jatennediate points.
The Democratic Club School trustees: elected! Tuesday by Train 47.3.25 p.m. Juliette. Guild Junction Homosatsa and intermediate point
Flemington relptLtullyprt'Kul10 They cleanse the blood and clear the in the history of the island for custom Train 45. 10.10 a. m. For Juliette. High Springs Live Oak Dupont Waycros and an other
the democratic voters ol the second the school patrons were J.. A. Freeman prints east and west.
commissioners' district the name 01 Mr. \'. P. complexion. duties, the increase being over a half Train 49 j.lo a.m. For Juliette. Gulf Junction Homosassa and intermediate pots Is.
Smith for county commissioner for said district Accept no substitute. J. N. Shedd and J. L. Whise-: million dollars.STENOGRAPHER. Trains No's.32 aid Jt Parlor carry cars.Pullman 6S1<
and asks their support for him In the pr nary, "I felt tired all the time and wold not nant. .!&O. Steamers aail from Port Tampa for Key West on Sundays. Tuesday and Tbsrsd.ys
II.M. SHEROI-SE, Chairman. J os It, AND TYPE- at u p. ny.Train
tlcmington Fla. ileep. After taking Hood's Saraaparilla Jt connects at St. Petersburg with Independsnt Line of steam en for TtmMaatf
.5- 5 a while I could sleep well and the Und office in Jom- Manatee. River points,
The surest and safest for ,
remedy For full, complete and reliable information regardij rates through ear arrn'.......
i FOR REPRESENTATIVE. hereby submit my feeling bad gone. Tblj treat" medteln baa kidney and bladder diseases is FoleY'1IKidney mecrial bank. Your work in tbe sleeper reservations etc. can on any Atlantic Coast Lime Agent or address:
also cored me of crofula Msa. C. U.
name to the democratic; voter of Marion Cure. Po&toffice Drug Store.m
county for their consideration; aa one of he Boor, GHead, Conn. above lines solicited. Speed: and accuracy
D. P. A.
representatives from this county in the ucx: t Hood's SnrsaparlDa promise to guaranteed. ,
legislature. Primary to be held May loth 1904. cure and keeps the promise. Medicated Suit Ilriok for Mock. H. )1. EygRSOX, J. CRAIG,

', ED. L. WARTMAN.N.feS Oc alaSeed Store, Sole Agente. Miss B N SINCLAIR. Traffic Manager. Qen'l Passenger Agent



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Caster at arise Church. I Ii i Epworth league Easter Service

There were large congregations at The Epworth League held their

all he services at the Episcopal church Easter service at the Methodist
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR Ess'er Sunday. church Monday night

The sacred edifice and especiallythe A good cougregaUon was present

sanctuarywascharmiogl) decor.I and the excellent program renderedwas

I .l. The altAr was vesfem white greatly enjoyed.The y ; ; ,

I and the beautiful silver vessels, recently follotvm; is the program iu .,
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I presented to 'I... church in full: + + vs

I pious memory of a revered member of Organ Voluntary.

the cougregarion, were used. The Prayer-Rev. L. W lloore.
Scripture ReadingRoyal Cole. a
I Holy (;Communion which was cele ;' d
Song by the League, "Flee Away Ye
brd.tfllll.t'? a.m., was lamely attendedby
Shades of Xight.1 l \ ,

the recently continued members! cf Address-League President E. L. Ley
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ill. i-hurcb. The Sunday school presented Solo, "Hark Hark, My Soul"-Mrs. r< tw r?" ,
HG P l I. i
T. H. Johnson.
its Lenten aeif-denial offering
F.asternthem.. Church Choir. I
of i'i5: and at the cbildreu's service
Essay "Thoughts of Eastertide
1"11 the 11 o'clock Grace
NGPOWDER service
Miss Johnnie Gattis. :
AK : :
" church was tilled to evertloaiug by a Solo, "Easter Day Has Crowned Him + .

'reverrrutandaucutive cousregation.Themusiu King"-Mrs. T. IL Johnson. .
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was especially well rendered Recitation "Gladness at Eastertime"
or -Three Girls.
l iy the (choir Prof.l. Fi-hel" acco.iipiUjing -
Violin Duet-Prof. Goodsell and f A.
oil the organ.

Absolutely Pure It..,. H. W. Little, the rector, iu his Short.Reading, "The First Easter :Morning"

; Ilb'uurs, dwelt on the joyousuesid -A. C. McCalL I --
signification of the Fell'i\'al. He I I Quartette "Rejwice and Sing (original -
,, )Church Choir. +
< '" congratulated the<' iuj!>repaHou on the
Recitation, with accompaniment A
;, .._ steady progress aud the ready response Carol for Easter
-- ---- Da-Jessie Lou liar-

; SABA SL1ZA3ETE EABEIS. Loal Edits: : Mi.... Mantic H<>ueh, who his spent of the people to their resj>otisibilitis, tin.

: the winter with :Mr.. Ed Carmichael, which has been shown by the congre- Duet, "Risen To<. .; '"-Mrs. :Martin .

1. and Irma Good.ar.Annoullc..m..nls. .
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. 'I left Saturday f>.r h"r house in Uui'D at.ou during the past year. Tiie :. .

i rll'riIH!*, Ala. various organizations were doing P IMIfI
League benediction.
work, the dosses were steadily :uu. !!
Mr. Arthur J. D.>ylf, is in the city j 1! "' Organ postlude. M
u_ ._ __ : The primary c-m! of the Baptist iug new membt-rs, the couvocation iu 1

L. Izlar has Ilf 1! Sunday school, Mi-j .* Nellie Stevens Ti
Mrs.-'A au HitacK i : January had been appreciated and
measles. II I I I teacher, enjoyed a very delightful/ the attendance at the special services

; Mrs. Wallace, of Candler, was in I I Easter egg hunt at Mrs. W. D. Cam's bad sleadih increa;. d. The Easter I I Twenty Years a Resident-His Busi s

Ocala Friday. Monday afternoon. communion waslbeu( proceeded with ness Ability-Alw.J Fair and Just. i

Rev aii.l Mrs. I*. J. U-evv", of Mrs J. IVlham Campbell and infant and the free will otl'rings were received 'I he Star takes ilea.ur- filling CHIEF JUSTICE fUTON BROOKS PARKER.
by ihe wardeusof the diurch.
SrluPtrit, Mtr* III Ocala Mocday.NY daughter, who have been spending thp attention of its readers to Mr J.L. i i8moak.i __ -- --- -r_---- --
The annual: meeting ot parishouers
J J I several mouths in Ocala boardingat announcement for sheriffwhich
TL'D-l'o buy velvet lllIn takes 1Vedne S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER 4
A Mrs. Julia Palmer's left Monday : place on :flay at S p. m. iu these

peanut Ocala Seed btore.; 12 4 tf afternoon for their home at Clear- and the rector called for a lull al While appears M.-. Shook is not a columns.native S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

Mrs. W. D. Turnley of Arcadia, w water. t dance. Floridian lie came here twenty years' t

visiting her mother Mr*. F R. Gar}. The announcement of an unexpected ago just as he began life as a young I
\ I At the regular meeting of the Confederate benefaction to" the church by a I man, from the Old Palmetto state. Livery Feed and Sale Stables,

Mr. Mallory Liddon is up from Veterans held at the city hall He "?'II..tllit Flemington aud workedat
stranger, who passed through Ocala
Parrish spending a few days with his Monday forenoon T. F. Barnett of I his trade, blackswithintr and ve ,
during Holy Seek and was drawn to We carry the most complete
hide building. Some five
Rock Springs and E. L. Hickman of years! later

wife. ____ Connor, were enrolled as new mem take an interest in Grace church, wasa : he moved to the outskirts of Ocala. line of Harness, Saddles, etc.

Mr. M. F. Simmons of Kansas source of great gratification to the here he plied his trade and did well;

.; City Mo., is spending a few days In bers. congregation Sunday and added to not that he has accumulated wealth in central Florida, and will give ,

Maj. L. T Izlar has returned home but better has reared a family who
Ocala. __ I the joyousness and success of the our patrons the very lowest
from a professional visit to South : are an ornament to the community.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson are up Festival.A Mr. /Smoak does nut pot-e '1i8 a supe- prices. We are thoroughly
Carolina He
accompanied .M.
from Holder to upend! a few days with, I II handsome white stole beautif il rior citizen but presents his.claims asa
e home t>y his little grandson Sam equipped for fitting out turpen
good all round man whn.e record
relatives. ly embroidered which was presentedto ,
I Izlar Buist, of Blackville for twenty in Marion is tine and lumber
the rector by the ladies of the con- years county teams, gear,
Conductor O. M. Eaton: is apendiug Mrs. Will Graham of OcU, and before you. He has lived an earnest, .. \... ,' '..:. .
grtgatiou wasUBed in the services for r4 'I. ,
t. I'
Ocala with his wife lAud honest wagons, etc. z !
a few days in Mis. eouseit'utious life. He has .
Curtis of Orange Heights will the first time on Sunday. 1I:1: :. :NW.e
giveu an honest day's work for its
little son. be May: Festival guests of Mrs. G. W. equivalent. He is a man of good always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

Mrs. Edwards, of Savannah, is Murphy at her pleasant home in Itinerary of County Candidates. business ability fair and just iu all Ibis Buggies. and "White Hickory".Turpentine. and Farm. Wagons.
North Stole Court IIout Ocala FlaTIIE
visiting the family of her uncle Mr. Hyde l'ark-TalUp Tribune. Authouy and Sparr at Anthony dealings with his fellows, and if
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to the
afternoon =:3i) April 15. pousible po ition u
Judson :Edwards. Mr. Jno. P. Jalloway has just returned will conduct the office a- he has done -- -: -----
Ft. McCoy, Orange: Springs and
Mrs. E. L. Carney is'luit kk with from u trip to the northwestern his iuess-with fido.lily. He seeks CLUB HOUSE.
Eureka at Ft. McCoy, afternoon 2.30
the measles l much to the regret of her part: of the CI\uty and says he is wellsitiafied jour suffrage and the Star takes ...- ---., "
April) 19. pleasure iu presenting his claims to
friend. with Ins prospects for a big -
numerous Ctraafternoou2:30) April 20.Flemingtou the democratic voters of )ruitlll-I

Carmichael eater vote for sheritTiuthat: sectiou. Fairfield and U..ddick.I I O-ala Daily S.ar. :'Iar'b 1. 311 4t
Weiler : Cuisine First Class.
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tained his ;yoangfiknds most happily Mrs. C. H. Brecdlove, who was called at Fairfield, afternoon 2:30 April i.MclnUteb I June Teacher: Examination.For .

uight. to her home in Louisiana a few ; April :!3. review secure "Answers to .
I RefurQis ed Throughout Special Rates by Month.IRS. .
smith- of Sarasota, is weeks age l-y the death of her mother : Romeo and Duuuelloa, at Dunn- Florida Teachers' Examinations 1S94, )
Miss will not return to Plant City until the I tHou, evening April 7. 03." Nothing like it published before.
the guest of Mrs. N. :M. Allredfora Over a)I) pages Ouly f 1, mailed 51.10. --
surareer months are over.-Plant jjummerfield, Pedro, Belleview, I
rt''A' days Order at once from compiler, A I. H.

i virility )Ir. Cry C urier. CandlerandLakeWeir, at Summer- Foster, tjupt. Claytou Co., schools :, THO-;. J. BAR ES PHOP I

Mi-* VirginiaUyois field afternoon 2:30 April 29. 523-524 Century Bldg., Atlanta Ga.m
ai Summer- Mr. A. I\. trickier left Saturday
Mayo, :
and Mrs. Natbau t Moss Blutf and Linadale, at Mos Mi-s Irene
Thunderbolt, (is., where ht. wilt Bott Monticello
field.Dr.. .. Blutl, afternoon 2 p. m., :May 3. been
is sooievhat under iU-t' ll and ice pUut for the YorkPa.( ) appointed sponsor to representthe -J'Vb
E. T. Allen DA'Vom
t els
I Grahamville and Salt/ Springs, at Florida division of tbe Confederate )
and has IOLtl"unt"11 his Manufacturing Company Taylor &: {
the weather j! IJrahaiuville forenoon 2 p. m.May 5. Veterans the
at reunion in Nashville

uatil the 14th. )letll.rt'* plant put m by this oompituy -
visit to Ocala DepressQd.has
:Ed i is: ruuuiug along at smooth as a I )Martel Blitchton and Cotton Tenn, in June and Miss .Mary .
A frieud at ourflbow says Plant, at Carter's:! Pond a. m. May Btrobbar of Gainesville, hag been appointed
will make R aipaisu watch. -------- 1904. Il i has frequent headaches,a"bad 005e ot nerves.1&or
6 .
Wartmann maid-of-honorfor the divis inablllty to sleep wen a morbid &ll
Vesuvius m eruption. )lr. I) R. Zetrouer the north end ferdtng.It la Jot: necessarily soma dire female gone
that will resemble Kendrick Ocala and Snady Grove, ion. Both of these young ladies are Dl&1ady:

-- .. -- candidate for superiuteud.'Ut of public at Ocala evening May 6, popular in Florida social circles and I.I I It's the LIver.Don" .
Mr. in Ocala Saturday
Mrs. B. J. Po'ter accompanied will grace most acceptably these fall to.get today at your
a bottte
to hear the seuatorul and congressional A Bnsmtss Change. of
1'ottertohismiuesfn alachuaCountyMond positions to which they have been ap 1
candidates speak. Mr. Zetroueris : Messrs. Howard and Harvey Clark
and will remain away for a pointed. BERDINE
very much encourag-d over his out- bought an interest Monday in the

week __.-. look in tie! coming primary.Mr. store known as the Fair and the co- The Central Hctel is gaining in !will quickly and surely restore the LIver XJ4
and little bon. and gea.Uve
Henry Clark organs to lrnormallunctions. Yell
Mrs. popularity steadily. On its register feel lIke a new
pirtnership is now styled Clark WOlL&l1 after taking the taj bottle
Fellowship spent luster Sundayin S. A. Fackler. editor of the
of Bros aud HalL. Monday were the following names 50 Cents. ALL DRUGGISTS

Ocala with the lady's sister i Mrs. Crystal River News was a pleasant The Messrs Clark came to Ocala T. F. Baruett and Mies Ada Barnett,

Thomas tiexton.Mr. caller at the Ocala Banner office Sat- Rock Springs; Miss Kate Gardner
---------- four years! ago Palestine Texas
B. H. Weathers came up from urday. He came up to hear his favor- and are sons of Mr. W. H. Clark the Oxford; Mrs. A. P. Dodge West Acton WE.NV ANT

Floral B.ty Saturday night and spent ite senatorial candidate's speech in well known manager of the branch Mass.; Louis J. Brush and ........+._ __

Ester with his parents, Mr. aud the at teruwn- ---- department:! of the Montgomery friend Jacksonville; R E. Craig. Every Grower in the State

'a Mrs. B. A. Weathers.Miss Mrs. W. A. Collier. of Tuscaloosa,x Cooperage Company of this city. Columbia 8. C. ; W. T. Hulbert

Jessie Palmer has returned Ala who has been in Ocala for the Both ,are young men of sterling High Springs; A. Sanntana, Tampa; To Have Our Books:

from Dunlin, where she has been past six weeks, having come down business habits and fine personal L. L. Priest Anthony, and J. L. *FLOKID.i VEGETABLES complete manual on Florida crop

i the guest of relatives and friends for before the death-of her father the ijualinVatious.Tucy Smoak, Ocala. "J'LOIUU.On.XGF "Book of special interest to Orange Growers.

late Rev. J. C. Porter, returned to her -- "FLORIDA BEltKIES"-Booklet on "Soil.VarietiesCultiva-
several weeks. are graduates: of the Troy Comfort to the !sick from bathing tion, and Fertilization."

Miss Annie- -DeLoug returned to home Saturday afternoon. (-via.) Business College and since is described in "Care of Invalids" "I11IX1I rOTATOEV-Booklet on Soil, Seed, Plantinlt and Cultivating
I Ktlect of Fertilizers, Digging and Slipping."
her home at Candler Monday afternoon Mr. J. A. Stevens one of Citra's their:! residence in Ocala one hits beena issued by the Medical Department of
"PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING( special interest to pineapple
after a short visit with friends rising young business men, was in the .1 salesman for the Tea Pot Grocery The Mutual Life Insurance Companyof growers.

4 in this: city. city Saturday to hear the candidates I ond the other for the Snyder Haber. New York. This book is tent on "IIU \L FERTLIZEIW showing' all our different brands
analyses, prices ete.
of Mr. Stevens is staunch democrat those who address the home
Marshal, Tampa! a ery. request to !
Mrs. Charles: New and Revised Editions of above,just published seetUEE forth askieg

* .F "'wfao has been the guest ot her cousin aud promises some day to be one of I Deserving they will achieve success office of the company Nassau Cedar

: )f rs. R J. Potter for a week ha returned the put)'s leaders in this section of and to this end solicit the aid of their William and Liberty streets Sew WILSON & TOOMEIi FERTILIZER COMPANY
] to her borne. the state. fl euds. York City. OCA Li SEED STORE A U EATS, OCALA,

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: I f 5ASA ELIZABETH n ;Is. Local Editor I THE PALMETTO FARMS, The Misses Sinclair Entertain. Tie Swap Party "The Longer I Live' ..

: i One of the pretty and delightful The "swap" party at the rasldence

of )Ir. and Mrs. G. S. Scott last night The More I Get"The ,
:. HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I It' As Pretty u.a Picture-Big Stock social affairs of Easter week was the

4. Sale April 12 and 13. card party given by Misses Ethel and was a.great success.
above was written Mr. Ebe Walter of
I quotation by
:, Mr. W. T. Wheeler went to Jack- Messrs. Z. C. Chamblisa & Co., were Beatrice Sinclair yesterday afternoon This atTiir was planned and given

to their :Mrs: by the Ladies Aid Society of the Clarksville, Del, concerning a dividend received on a fifteen-
feonville last night on a business trip so successful with their first tale that in compliment guests, I

they have advertised a second eale Arthur Eugene Dunn, of New, York Presbyterian: church and was unique, year distribution policy in The Mutual Life Insurance

Mr. Emil Van E*pen, of Brussels,, which will take place at their elegant City, and Miss Lillian RoUesfon, of original and entertaining. Everybodywho Company of New York. In writing for terms on a policy of

r who is engaged In the phosphate stock farms near Ocala next Tuesday St. Augustine went carried something or other
this kind what would like to receive in cash at
and state
that they didn't want swapped it you
business, i U a guest at the Ocala and Wednesday. "hM hisses SineUir! and the guests

; f. House. Colonel R E.: E-lmoudson, onto of "Of honor received in the front hall. to somebody else. One of the things the end of limited payment period and amount you would

;: Mr. J. W. Crosby came up yesterday the best cattle auctioneers in the Miss (Sinclair wore white organdie, swapped w-sa live kitten and created like your beneficiary to receive in event of your death.
much tun. Everybody had a big
: morning from hU turpentine country, will conduct the sale and i iproml.es it elaborately trimmed with lace and
time to their articles palmed -
Miss:: Beatrice Sinclair wore white trying get
to be fine
an exceptionally
farm Auburndale I Ghe
; near to spend a few
days with his family. one. j china silk trimned with Persian off ou somebody! else. MUTUAL LIFE

The admission fee charged was 25c
Metier Cham bliss A Co., have one I bands.

, Owing to the illue of Mrs. Dozier hundred and fifty as fine cows as were Miss Rolleston's gown was a dainty and as the invitations stated the fun INSURANCE COMPANY OF

. ; the daughters of the Confederacy will was worth the price. Refreshmentswere
ever seen on any farm in Kentucky or white dotted Swiss with quantitiesofvalencennes

" ; meet with Mrs. Gottlieb Friday afternoon any other state aad will sell seventy lace trimmings and Mrs. included in the entrance fee. Oldest NEW YORK Lusest

Mr. and Mrs. Acott are plea-ant m m the
at 3:30 o'clock. five of them at this sale. Dunn wore a becoming gown of white
America RICHARD A. McCURDY President World
,. those sold tucked mouselline over taffeta.In entertainers and the awap social was
Among will be fifty registered
Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in WILCOX Manger, Jacksonville Fla.
time affords security from all kidney animals,5 bulls, and 25' heifers the back hail Miss Louella Gary much enjoyed.Old .

and bladder d leltl\tl!. Postoffiee and 25 graded heifers I presided at the pur.cL table and she Maids Convention.

Drug Store. m All the cows are in goof condition I i was assisted by little Misses Alta '1 he Old Maids: Convention to be SOMETHING NEW

Dr. T. K. Slaughter, of Levou, passed and are of extra high quality. I Pearson and Mary Burford. given at the Armory tonight under

through Ocala on the early morn: Some are Herefords and some Short There were 36 guests, who enjoyed \ the direction of Miss Hattie Jones, ofJientueky HARDWARE.

horns and all are real beauties both in the game of whist for an hour anda who has devoted her time
ing traiu with the body of his sister, ,
, Miss Lizzie Slaughter of Jackson, size and color. The calves from five half after which strawberry cream for a number of years in presentingthis 1In[ !t. Fishers ela S.aa.j
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days old and upwards are worth iud cake was served.
a play to the public.
Ga., who was one of the pleasure
party drowned at Sutherland Tuesday. visit to the farm to see. I, The afternoon was a very delightful: j It is a most amusing and laughableplay T. W. SMITH & CO.

Messrs. Cbawbli !! &. Co., have one : one and the Misses Sinclair's guests and will be produced tonight by
The body will be buried today at Dealer iu g..nl'rItIIJ&r.j wa.rt', Faroi, garden; and mill supplies, stores, tin
Jackson.Oa. bull-King Aidrie-which has been e a spent the afternoon most enjoyably. the very beet home talent A portionof ware, wire fmcin sash.door*.blinds, paints, oils, etc.Remeu.t .

prize winner at some of the finest The prize for the young ladle, a beautiful the proceeds will given to the >er the place \o. 3 Wes' side of court house square, Magnolia
stre*t. )Ir. T. W. SMITH, with 17 vears experience manager. r
: Mrs. W. L. Hale and children, of !stock fairs in the country. picture frame embroidered in Episcopal church for their "building MoKo-"Quick Sales, Small Profits/'

1 L. Louisville, and Mrs. Stevens and The Palmetto Karma are properly violets was won by Miss Rolleston anda i I fund." .

's little daughter, of Mayfield, Ky., silver and gold bon bou the
named, as the whole landscape i is spoon This convention is a new version, is

; who have been tpeudIugsowe time iu covered with these beautiful trees in prize for the married ladies was won original, witty and amusing and those Sr r rY

Ocala with their brothers Hon. R L. all stages of growth and it is beyou by Mrs. G. R. McKeau.Thefollowing who go are assured a very pleasant

and Hou. H. L. Anderson went down all odds one of the most lovely and were those present: evening.

to Dade City Wednesday to visit; picturesque places in the: county. Mrs. Dunn, Irs. H. W. Little 'Ire. Reserved seats, 50 cents; general ad- .1

relative! They will return to O ali: It is high and undulating and well F. T. Schrieber, Mrs. Abe Brown, Mn. !I mission, 35 cents; children under 1-

before return in< home. drained and the soil is black ana richa J. K. Austin, Mrs. William And rI year -> cent

the reclaimed lands arouud Kis-irn sou, Mrs. C. V. Millar, Mrs Mallory -
.. B. J. Potter of the Union Phosphate I "" I
Mrs J. C rsteir Mrs. S. T. whdt A Marian Count Boy is Doing II
wee and the crop yit'lds'ould appearto 1 LidJou, I
Con'pany, operating at Tioga, a few splendid advantage iu the e u-us Ms-trunk, Mrs. (i. R. McKeau, 'Irs.( R. I We are pleased to see that Mr. JIO'1 1 1 I II I

miles west of Gainesville, returned reports. B. B'llloek, Ir.u.e Miller, Mrs. F. !I than: S. Griuer is a cduidi.late furtreaurer I

yesterday from Ocala where he spent Mr. Griutr 1
of Clay county. I
L WatsouMrs. Charlie Khnuiuer: I Ifr
Last year Messrs. Chambliss & Co., 'I I
Sitbtvith with his family. Mr.
the j i is a native of his: put up tour thousend bal of hay and ) -. E J. Redding, Mrs. L J. Knight,,
Potter .htates that the Union comp. ny 1 late Martin Griuer who f-ir i iI iW&uy i
!I of the
beMdtsall the velvet beans needed for Mrs. J. \\ Pearson, Misses R,11! -stuu,, j
is mining a great deal of rock at present I II I lived few miles north of I I
V their own use sold: eighteen hundred Gertrude Perser, Lillian Gol.lnsmer,, years a '

and employing a large numberof dollars worth. I Sara Hams., Violet Harris, Annie I Ocala and bore a moot ex ellt-ut repu-- j i ic[ I
hand.'.-Gainesville Bun.
-. The dwellings and outhouses are I Davis: Georgia Smith, Margaret. Taylor tat ion.
The prettiest and moat upto-date painted and nestling under the shad** I Florrie r"udon.bry:: Little, B.th parents, dying young Griner i _
line of box paper for ladies' correspondence was left to battle for himself: and
& of the trees and surrounded with LouelU Gary, Valeta Potter, EuUIeeIrlar ha"l I h1N
be had at T dings
can > truly ben the archetect of his : =
and the prices ar* reasonable flowers, present most attractive anpearauve :Mamie: Taylor Margaret Eagleton -
fortune and we judge that he is "a I I
too.Depu'y. the fences and gate! Mary Reardon Annie Mae
-- -- chip oft'the old block' liS"t> bear
:MarhalHamp kept in first class condition the barns' Standley Edith Pratt and Eloyse I I
United States nothing but good reports from him. I t11 l \
are built after lh- latest models, and a Izlar. I
S. Chambers of Ocalt was: in We hope that he will be given the i I I
gasolene engine pumps the water and
the city on official business )"eoter' Mrs. Holder Entertains. honor he covets. I I
and lie feed.Everytniug 1t
cuts grinds
day. He registered at the Brown The Origin! Whist Club was entertained
House. Mr. Chambers has many looKs like farming. Cattle Sale I
at the Ocala House Wednesday
friends iu this section who are al. Arrangements hive beu made for TUe pablic sale of registered Shorthorn ;
afternoon from three to six o'clock I
him as wtll assume seating comfortably three or four hundred I and Hereford breeding cattle by I
to see ,
ways glad by :Mrs. Edward Holder, of Dunu-
;: do not appreciate bis people and that tinny should attend Z. C. t'hli.wbliss & Co., will take placeat ,
other who
2 ellon. I I
n,. coming. The latter miy be termed, thf sale. Palmetto Stock Farm, 14 mUt'sI I II II
There were five tables of I
> offenders IIf the United To ado to the attractions of the sale : : progressive from Ocala ou April 12 and 13. Every
however as
which in the
whist was played
Gainesville :Sun. ou Wednesday Messrs. Ctiauibliss & stockman and farmer should attend
States laws.-
___n Co., have arranged for a barbecue! and large parlor. The score cards were and bring their wives. If they don't

Little Miss Onie Chazel entertained Kentucky burroo, a kind of chowderthat heart shaped and exquisitely painted want to buy, the sight of the splen-I I x

a large, number of her little friendsyesterday is unsurpa.sed.Remember in dainty water color heads. Mrs. did animals will more than pay for

withan Easter Holder marked the scores. We conduct a strictly First Class
afternoon now everybody is invited the trip. Lunch will be served free: I

I STORE"Anyone
." each child was given a rabbit as the afteruoon were Mrs J. K.
eggs regiment.:
is Robbed of its Terrors.
,. a souvenir and afterwards refreshments : O.ir farmers are especially invited Austin, Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mrs. G. T. By .Fol y.s Honey and Tar. J I desiring "cheap stuff" need not apply to us. If you want pure

Mrs. C. R. Tydings, Mrs. A. mellow and nuaritious whisky that can drink give to wife, childor
were served and the children at'end the sale and be accompaniedby Maughs, stop the racking cough and heals you your
friend, and be free from headache, we will take pleasure iu serving you {
all declared they had had a big time. their wives.A H. )Marsh Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, and strengthens the lungs. If taken .I. and see: to it that! you are fully sititied.Ve quote. Case 12 qto

Charlie and John Chazel Mrs. Edward Hiller Mrs. L.A. Finch, iu time it will prevent an attack of I Spring Dale, Maryland Rye. qtg. !lj\; ) gl. $5.50 ...................... 11500 4
Last night Chattanooga Druggist's Statement. pneumonia. Refuse substituses. Post- Family Cabinet, Maryliud Rye, qN sl.2i, pil. $4. 50..................?....... liflw
y gave a party for their boy friends Robt. J. Miller, proprietor of the Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Mrs. Pearl Ma- office Drug Store. m Brutsu, Maryland Rye qts Sl.OO,gl *3.50......_............_...... ...... 1000

exclusively and they spent a rollack- Read House Drug Store, of Chattanooga sop, Y rl!. J. C. B. Koonce, Mrs. X. M. I llonongaheh Kve 13.20 Express charges prepaid.
; A has been formed Coupons with every purchase to our semi-monthly free distribution. We
Frank Harris Mrs. W. strong company
.: lug happy! evening.\ T nn, writes: "There is Allred, Mrs. guarantee satisfaction, or refund yoar money.
--- .---- more merit in Foley's Honey and ;: Bullock, Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mrs. R. in Havana for manufacturing dour I References: National Bank of Jacksonville the Merchantile Agencies-

There's a story of a farmer anti his Tar than in any other cough syrup. L. Anderson, Misses Mona Hiller, from the banana. Xo country in the Remit by P. 0. or Express money order. Goods: shipped promptly and In

driving a load to market. Of the The calls for it multiply wonderfully I plain boxes.
t' eon Lillian Goldnamer, Emily Ford, world surpasses:: Cuba in growitg:
driving one wa a sell of it than other
; team they were and we more any I f -- --
bananas and the Havana Post believes -
Helen Blair Sara and Violet Harris.

c other steady: a fractious reliable old balky gray black mare horse., the cough Drug Store.syrups combined. Postoffiee m Cream, eaku and punch were served that the manufacture of this I X11111111111111111111l111fll11iil1! ,,, -nrnr nrnrnr nr llUliiUiUf! ? '' ?

On the way the wagon was stalled -' ------ after the games and in every way the flour will be entirely successful and it
Death of Col. C. H. Perkins. t STARTING EARLY
and the black horse sulked and:: refused afternoon was a most pleasant one. will make the island of Cuba independent -
A letter was received in Ocala
to pull. "What'll we do father? Mrs. Holder is always a delightful of other countries for its 4r is of great importance in ==
said the younger man.Vtll,11 said Wednesday containing the sad intelligence "! l1: acquiring proficiency in :::
and beautiful bread stuffs.
hostess gives: parties.!
the father ,"I guess we'll have to lay of the death of Col. C. H. ------ :; piano playing. But don't

: the gad on the old gray." That Perkins, of Providence R. I. His The prize, a beautiful dresser cover, The ladies I of Ocala are especially :: make the mistake of thinking :.:..
compliment to the women : made of dainty handkerchiefs put invited attend sale of fine f of
homely death occurred at his home last Saturday to our :: "any sort a piano ::
t. "The gray mare's the better horse"suggests together with lace and ribbon, was cattle near the residence of Mr. T. T. will do to begin on. ITWOS'T. ==
how often when there's an and was very sudden, caused Your child need :
cut for by Mrs. Koonce and )!rg. Iunroe on Wednesday, April 13th.
extra strain to be borne it is laid, on by neuralgia of the heart. F I1 as good an instrument a ::: -
Harris and won by the latter. will be served -
often she Every one present a t *
How r
the woman's back. CoL Perkins, with his family had f i you can afford to buy, else ::::

breaks down under the added weightof been a regular winter visitor to Ocala Chronic Bronchitis Cured. lunch at noon including barbecue :: tE her ear for music will be :::
some "last straw." Women who and Kentucky "Burgoo." :: ., k. a \ JUl>S2UI; e for many yeais and the many warm "For ten years I had chronic brouchilis
are dragging along wearily throughlife Z. C. CHAMBLISS & Co. :: +( You will be safe in trusting ::
the use friends he made here by his pleasantmanner so bad that at times I could
strength by
can gain real - -- E: to expert piano dealers ,
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- will be greatly grieved to not speak above a whisper. Writes Special Notice =r= ac t ; 'd witn thirty-threa years ==
tsd Mr. Joseph Coffman, of Mount Mo- v -
oovery. It puts! back iu eon entr'\ learn of his sudden death. The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. experience. :: i
renci Ind. "I tried all remedies
materialwhich a y
form the strength making available but with no For- Allen the eye, ear, nose and throat == '-. =- Only the best piano ::
I success.
more We use only pure drugs in compounding I
use up
working women surgeon of Tampa: will be Thursday ::: and
be restored by na. prescriptions, and we don'I tunately my employer suggested thatI organs.'y 1
than it can 7th Momezurna Hotel. t
rapidly April ,
ordinary processes of I Ju-wthe drugs that are "almost the try Foley's Honey and Tar. Its

nourishment ture in the and rest. Dr. Pierce's I same thing" as the physician pre effect was almost miraculous and I Foley's Kidney Cure makes Kidneys LUDDEN GAIPBEL1I SMITH CO.

qtl Pleasant Pellets are universal! favor- ,eribe Our rule is never to substi am now almost ured of the dread and bladder right. Refuse substitute! ,

itE'S"llh women because they are tute. Tyd ings & Co. di ease. On my recommendation PostofBce Drug Store. mF01I --- ---

to take and thoroughly effectivein many people have used Foley's ?:! E Headquarters, Jacksonville, Fla. ::
easy! the consequences of con FOLEY5fiO\! "D1ft..R Honey and Tar, .and always with : 'tl NB m -

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THE OCALA BANNER woman who is his helpmeet h! his A BIG PROPOSITION. -Introduction of thi i*' power need not ;tress pass a bill appropriating AN OUTSIDE OPINION. .

pians and ambitions; i( be dwelt upon.Furthermore. f fund to build highways upon the I

He has establishedevec great daily I submit that the reduction same basis as appropriations a re made Mr. J. F. Sherwood, editor of U

a, F2ASIHAHIS, Hit::. Col. Camp: Proposes to Utilitize. the of rivers
for the our Democrat for hort
newspapers in tbe most impor ant in the Cost ut electricity to improvements Live Oak a

1'. 7. Lema; sl, Eisizess Ita".tr centers of tbe United Slates which Waters of the Withlaeooehaa to the private consumers would go far and harbors. This would give us a period in bi..Uf@ lived in Duaoritou
are unexcelled by any newspapers .in Build up Ocala. towards paying the cost of puolic national fund to aid iu.tbe construc and while there, like tbe Mane* of

tbe country for their news service and Ojala: FU., April 4th. 1904. ighting, of which, under the present tion of good roads., its people, wa fascinated with the

general excellence. Ta the Hoa. Ctty Council of the City of Ocala. arrangement,the private: patrons are ,The fence or uo fence question is character of Henry Gordon aDd U .

To keep in daily touch with these From information that I have re- pajiug! the: entire rocf. Moreoverthe one of much importance to our people. ready testify to the lndid i- ".

of wood and the of The large area of waste laud he exerted there and bit
mammoth publications, have them ceived it would seem that the time : cost expense ence q0-

I i is lying along and east of the Ockla- tinued to exert in that
steam growing
pursue certain lints of policies and has come when it is necessary: for the power greater: every community

in the splendor of their achievements t I waha river aud lither sections: of the Mr. Sherwood sajs:
city to take some action in regard to day.I :

excel their contemporaries, requires a i iprodigeous ''the electric and the believe that very large amount county demonstrates that the time I "Our good friend, Henry Uordot. '
light plant
amount of executive I ques of money will have to be expanded has not yet arrived tot-met a generalno of Duonelloo, 14 a candidate f..r
I tion of lighting the city in futur'e. A*
sherifl of Marion county, and if the
ability that their a'' on the city lighting plant to place it I fence law. In thisseetioa of the .
stamps owner as
: I have some plans on foot which I editor of the Democrat wa a <<'\111"0
in good condition and to enable the county farming is a secondary con .
MOTTO: THE BASSEK, BELIEVING I think will result in benefit to the I. i of that county, he would U6- great

Although sot a believer In "(ree I city to meet the demands for lightingand sideration ; transportation I Is iucouveuient pleasure ia casting a vote for that
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO city, and in (uraLbingtbe public and
TAKE silver" William Randolph Hearst I Iga to give proper wrviee. This I Imoot'Y and should a general uo true and tried otli.-er and t-xcHieo
I CARE OF THEMSELVES, HASTjXE."l private lighting on a better b Isis i and
b ITS STAND IX THE BARRICADES William 1. Bryau an unwavering I must bt borrowed, interest : fence. I law he enacted, jou put these citizen. For the city of Duun lloo
at less cost. I beg to submit :o your be baa made an officer second to
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, support and was tbe largest contributor I paid upon it and a sinking fund oro I II people out o( business. While, on
honorable holy the following propo I none in the tate of fl..n AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOB vided by taxa'hn for \ the other han, any election district
to his campaign (und sition. PS.III..utij! those ft us who were acquainted with
r In McClellan'a campaign! for major Before incurring* additional obligation such as McIntosh, Orange Lake, Red- theeoodiiiou of that town before he
BOTTOM, First. I will agree to purchase the
'. of New York the New York American i I ask that my proposition be dick and any other portion of the was elected marshal know aoruetbiof _
electric and all
city plant appurten
t where tbe of wbat he has bad to contend
and the New York Evening fully considered and placed before: county people are making with,
FRIDAY, APRIL 819t't. antes at a price to be fixed by three
j and no one letter than tb* businewmen
Journal were the only democratic I the people of the city in order that a business of trucking and farming, >
appraisers, one chosen by the city, and citizens of Duuoellon, who
newspapers in the city that upheldthe they may fully understand, ducuss there could be a law so passed that if
WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST another by myself and a third by are giving him unanimous support,

'. J'f I hands of Tammany in that memorable and decide upon the: same.Respectfully these people desired to have no stock know how well be has perforated bU
these two, and to assume aud relieve
struggle for democratic suprem your, run at large vote upon themselves a duty iud how true be: bad hewn to
f All manner of evil things is now the city from payment of all ponds
acy. \V. X, CAM'F. a tax to enclose their district under every pledge.. We all know that the

I being said in the about I and other indebtedness against tbe
,, newspapers Though a rich man himself Mr. the supervision:: of the board of county Dunnellou of today U a quiet, law

- William Randolph Hearst.It i! plant, upon condition that it the abiding town, very different, indeed,
Hearst has tried in every way to MR. WARTMANN'S LETTER TO THE commissioners, the same can be
value of the property should exceed from the Dun nt-lion of a few YUrt
:: is urged that he is: morally depraved dignify, enoble suit immortalize PEOPLE OF MARION COUNTY. maintained by taxation upon the
the amount of the bonds and other ago.Mr.
-rotteu to the veryore.. labor and has fairly won his, way to same Hue as our sub-school districts. Gordon i" brave, houeat ao indebtedness of tbe plant, the balance
_ .' One popular confidence. Ta the Editor ol the Ocala Banner. Therefore no injustice:: would t>e done true and perform bin duty without
writer alleges that be has
' the wishes of rt'gllillo friend or foe, and if nomi-
many do desire the
these that not
l : luted tbe moral atmosphere from the When a democrat **} he cannot upon no
public lighting as per schedule 's uated aud elected Clarion
'. friends, I submit nerve as cuudtdate county
William Randolph Heaot I fence law and it could not be forced
Pacific to the banks of tbe Nile. He support
L noted below.Secoud. will have one of the best sheriff ia(
for uf Marion
has defiled tbe keys to the Golden for au office it surely mud be because If I should purchase the representative upon them.I the state. Beside all this, be is a pro

: Gates at bau Francisco and written he is unacquainted with the nun1 I county in the 1Il'X11 legislature s>ul jest believe: ia maintaining the very ures-ive citizen, always working for
k property, that tbe city shall mea
, infamy upou the very pyramids of hopes and aspiration, his life, his grant to the consider+i..u "f the detuocra best schools:! possible and would expect the best interests of his county aa franchise for Itss than
twenty- tic voters at a pMuiiry to) l.e heldf all times and under all tircurn*
;. Egypt plans and his work. to abide the judgment of the
" five years to operate the busmen in May 10 1904. stance, be u a true genilramu aDd a
Senator Carmack, the brilliaut talk The hiihes, Alps have not been l a board of public instruction.The "
" the city aud enter into contract Together with this democrat ot the "old school.!

;' ing senator from Tennessee, says that bar to bis mt.iti- awl a'.ung: bi"l whereby 1 should furnish arc lightsfor announcement vagrant law we: have in our N<> man in Marion county U tetter
' I submit views of
; < "if by any accident Hearst should b e pathway he nee ritten tbe word ins I : my ujxm some themostimuortautluahrrscomiugtefore statute books and has been very successfully qualified to till tbe rl'loIJOBbl.! pol-
lighting the streets at the rate ol
nowinated at St. Louis we might a big glorious letter* : : enforced by our present tion of sheriff than Hnr: Jonloc
. ___ I II f.50 per annum based on what is called the text legislature ia which Marion He has had long yean of experience
b.-and of county commissioners of
loteluding I Col. Cama's Proposition the moonlight schedule. county: is iuu-rested.", as:: city maiabal and deputy tbrrirf.
which I am a member. But this lairs
Col. W. N. Camp made a propo.-i- Third. That private consumers shall The next United Mates and hi" record as an ortJeer, u writ! '*
equator i
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: These are severe arraignments and I needs amendment There are other citizen i above "
:: a ( reproach.
tiou t<> the city council li,t night for II I not be charge exceeding SO per cent. to be elected at this eii-uiug tt'rlU,1 4 .
; if they were something unusual in matters which I would like to touch
;. tour purchase of the electric light of pre!eut rates now charged them by The gentleman ititiviu;; the: LOIU'I- !
political history:: would arrest in a I- | upon, aud many will tonic up later, TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
plat.t and oil appurtenances thereto I ihecitv on same basis: of fixing rates national the primary Mill certiiuly I
most startling manner the attention but this letter is now getting too
belonging, the price to be fixed by ap lor charges now used by the city. receive my vote. This question has i!j juolbiug Negro mechanical tad etQuUoa&:
: of all good men aud good women I lengthy for the busy, people of this
praisers. He agrees to furnish at le: ..st I Fourth. Iflshoull purchase this 'o du uiiL the iwlivlduall colleges of south will shortly met .t
' throughouttheland. county to read and give proper refiection. -
- S. 1(M) tore | ower, which ii to be supplied ,! property I guarantee to have brojght views of a citi'iiJ >te seeking tbe hou second annual cunve&tkw.

, Very few wen seeking public office 'I Will say, that I will be Hod carr! rs' strike at Richmon-J,
by utilizing the watdH..( the 1 to the city within twelve months ors of the legislature.biiever the
, have escaped these shafts of envy, Withlaeooche glad to meet the voters of the county Va, lays off more than 300 mn ate
nvtr.If | from the time of the i
property'stransfer : democrats:: nominate fur I
reii lent ties
j at DP building of all kiads
malice aud uuchariuUeue.-, this cheuie proves ou--eessful I if my time will alloy,' it, and dt-uss
to iiie, sufficient electric the si. Louis couvrutiuu Mill be | Court grants a verdict of 1 1.
Search the newspapers printed during Colonel Camp; tarrly tomhes Upon >uy the matter, but will say, that: I am
t In
I to 1000 horse t& thenecesary to Lingston MUslNlp
the wi.l power up supply cl.lldid.1k, and I will "support, him I 0
; the campaign of ISbl and note great advautigUial accrue always frank and try to be conservative The United States supreme court
to our city therefrom. electricity for private or with as much hope of hit (election as I I II
tbe awful tbiugs that were said about in my views. If you see properto chamber was overrun by ntgroe )1M-
We. all know s"methin: of tlie :great I public u"e in lighting or for manufacturing Lave done every deunK-rat ill ihe day who were there to hear the art
tbe moral obliquity of Urov'r Cleveland vafue tb&t has beau t I elect me, I will do my whole duty
by or other aid: for meat of the the
r purposes past. It is to be hoped the democratswill cases Inrolviag conic

utilizing the falls of Niagara and i if supplying both day and night ervice I with fidelity the best interest of tbe I tutionalitv of the1rll.i.. franchise .
nominate it iiiau hit can wit !I
No pictures CIAO U minted about the Wiihlacoorh-- will ;! county. tft__S n,.
generatetbe The tower (
Mr. Hearst blacker than were painted power estimatttil by competent ']I HII"\t i I I arrived at the age of maturity in William R. Hearst bas woo by nil

by the use of water power from I believe in guu.1! mad-*. \->ihiug; to compel the coal trust |o produe
against Mr. CleveUud iu his first race engiiuerc, it will at uin'e: be seen Lo-* ; ibis county, and cat my first vote for
the Withlacoochee river. its agreement, the United Staten titpreme
will enhance the vnlueof
valuable will become to our city ill j our property
for the presidency.The Winfield Scott Hancock, tbe democratic court having sustained the NewYork
: I further lAud if this
agree guarantee
promoting brim
manufacturing enter more rapidly <>r prK-perity
more be was berated and his I nominee for presMeut of the editor.It .
prises. Col Camp sajflhat the proportion be acted favorably .
population upon more suc t&-fullv ihau gi/o l roads, is stated that Tammany lexdsr
character blackened! the more the will probably be- doubled in Uuited Stairs!' )[y last was cast for
to put in all necessary additional and I would M>i>port a ncoluuoupraying Murphy admitted that former geoatot
moral elements of five Williams Jennings
the Bryau.
country warmed years.If
steam power and other facilities tot that he next national .. David B. Hill and the Parker m.a will
towards him and whatever may the scheme is at all feasible: iseems and try. All the candidates for the legislature control.the New York conTtalian.
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us a
; be said about bis political faults and are my personal friends;and any .
and the growth will tit much greater.As private lighting, until the waterpower ;
virtues it is two elect I l Ijl'lietbe
everywhere acknowledged you ,
has been shown above
by a committeeof mentioned is made available PROFIT
that during hU eucurnbeucy interest'will be ,well guarded
the council, the electric light plantis and to keep at all times this ,

tbe office of president the moral a valuable franchise and has I have no mud to 'brow, but lots of
steam power in servicable conditionso

atmosphere surrounding the White proven a profitable iuvtstmeutto the ECZEMA dowers, and I trust tbd campaign
that the be used
store may as an
and of
its value actual
city course a.
House was kept pure and undefiled. will be conducted along the high
well as 1't"l""pt'f'I, will l.eroni.itmlby emergency service in ca Evil tongues were bu-y long before plain of gentlemanly conduct. Let"s
o the appraisers.The deut should: occur to prevent or
George Waahiugtoc hallowed by his I leave the arena better understoodthan tremendous importance to the
proposition was received and interfere with the u-e of the water Milk Crust Scalled Head
presence the executive office and we referred to tbe Finance aud Light and we came into it. I have no pet farmer. i Uloss.
power. Wrong feeding

suppos they will I be kept busy as i Water Committee with instructionsto I Should I fail to have the watr Tetter, Ringwormand scheme to put through no individual

long as our government shall last, so and give report same at careful next meeting couaider of.tioa the I power in use within the time specified Pimples or political faction to serve, +ud I Right feeding i is profit

these stories about William Ran waut it distinctly understood
that I
council. : I agree to reconvey the propertyand The up-to-date farmer knows:
dolph Hearst fall and -- to
upou unwilling : am no party any combination
surrender all rights under theI ,
heedless ears. COMPLETE TREATMENT $1.00 clique or faction. what to feed his cows to get
contract upon the city paying for any ,
Who is Hearst? improvements I may in the meantime If you are uot satisfied that: I will the most milk, his pig to get

His father for many years held au nerve you faithfully and houestly
V have made on the plant at a ,

honored seat in the United States valuation to be appraised and fixed as Torturing, Disfiguring Humours, then it will be your duty to vote the most pork his hens to

senate, and since the woman who From Pimples to Scrofula against me.
above I do this because I do not get the most eggs. Science.

brake the ahbaster box of precious +I From Infancy to Age. Yours truly,
want to it if it
purchase is to be
ojutrnent over the head of Jesus no ED L. WAKTMAXX. But how about the children ?
j operated upon a steam basis. -
more saintly woman has blessed J\ CONTRAST
I| You can readily see that with facilities Are thc fed according t.;
this earth than the mother of Wil The agonizing itching and burningof *

liam Randolph Hearst. Of the face of a healthful woman with !' for furnishing cheap and abun- the skin, as in eczema; the frightful It Will science, a bone food if bones

the face of one who is sick proves that I debt power which could be utilized scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss of hair

Almost her entire fortune has been quite often a sad face is a sick face j for and crusting of the scalp, as in scalled are soft and
manufacturing purposes, the city undeveloped a
given to educational 'institutions and Many a woman has credit for a sunny j head; the facial dlsflgureirient, as In Pay You! !
disposition who would soon be sad of i I of Ocala would be greatly benefited,
pimples and the awful suf- flesh and muscle food if
r : charitable enterprises aud as long a? face and irritable of temper if she had to! and all ringworm; they
endure the j in probability with this advantage of infants and
womanly ills which of j fering anxiety of worn-
unselfish devotion and unstinted her sex have borne for years. many i become a manufacturing out parents, as in milk crust, tetter and IF You have any Real Estat are thin and weak and a blood
to sell
benevolence are appreciated all along Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription j j city. The population would salt rheum-all demand a remedy of ,
cures the li-a-s probably -
which are the source food if there is anemia ?
the Pacific halo of love of almost superhuman virtues to successfully -
slope a sweet so much pain aid suffering to women. j double in five years. OR

ne.s and reverence will attach to the It establishes regularity dries debilitat I cope with them. That Cutlcura Scott's
In conclusion is mixed
ing drains heals I beg to in a a
inflammation say
and nlcerafcon Soap, Ointment and Pills are such You're thinking of

name of Pbeobe Hearst. and cures female weakness.Mrs. general way that I have uiy plans stands proven beyond all doubt. No IF I to Florida for a home coming food the Cod Liver
Cornelia ; Oil in
Hn it
>on. of Coalton.
Can the ot) pring ( such Boyd Co.
> row
an statement is made them that
K> write.:: 'In October ray I gave birth to a about ( rfected- for utilizing tbe regarding

union be totally depraved? babY oftne and midwife the treatment left me with I received falling at the the ate hands rus. water power of the YithlachoocheeJ is not justified by the strongest evi- I OR makes flesh blood and muscle

The life that William P.a.ndolphHl'a I had no health to speak of for three years dence. The purity and sweetness, the '
hadanaherbaby which wu the third child. J river and if tbe above
M proposition desire
health! t Iwran to tail and I found myself comi i power to afford immediate relief, the 'IF 1 to inyest in any the Lime and Soda make bone
t is now li\'iugl'arries with it its
plrtel worn uut. I had shall be kind of Florida
aches life SO many pain and i favorably acted upon I can, certainty of speedy and permanent propert,
was a burden I
my to me and also
to all
own denial. the family: for I wa. nenoua and cross and I i within a short time, furnish from cure, the absolute safety and great arid brain. It is the standard

He graduated with honors. me could i nut not at sleep.tat found Had I tour was doctors slowly riving come to The nee |'I that source abundant electricity not economy have made them the standard TO SEE

do.'torswid I had liver.hm*and utenne trotlilr skin and humour remedies scientific food for delicate
cures of the
Dr. William C. Lindsay, Presbyterian 1 was. in bed for months and when I did get uo I i I I only for lighting, both public and civilized world. OR WRITE
wa. a s-ight to behold I looted like
miniter of this city, who was Ptr walking....'s about. I commenced to take a Doctor corpse 'j j private, but for all kinds of manufacturing Complete treatment for every humour, children.

his classmate' testifies to the rectitudeof l FavoritePrva' +ptioo. Golden Medical consisting of Cuticura Soap to cleanse
and '
i-c-j\ery 'Pellets/and
!late twen a wen woman. 1 have ever sintered since then all I for electric fans, etc., whereby the skin, Cuticara Ointment to heal the JIH.LIVINGSTON&SONS N N

his character daring; his college SUKV woman: began could suffer the ...at.r of my br monthly Pierce period mniunacs until a. I I the property the city as well as the skin cool,and and cleanse Cuticura the Res blood
days. but now can say I bare no pain. The dark I convenience and comfort of the had for dollar. A OCALA sample.
circles around my eyes are going away and I fee people one single set b often FLORIDA.
Though counting his wealth bj the better iu every'Oay. My cheeks are red and my will begreatly enhanced. sufficient to care the most torturing, -- a tt ere thai thin pM. t !ia
sattron skin i b"white. but betore it was as yellow a> i disfiguring, itching, burning and scaly the term oi I abe it n ti't
millions Mr. Hearst leads au active, Ocala with this W A\"TED-Senrallndu..trious: **-'r'-' "l new> t>olt. dEm.o
Accept no substitute for" advaneage of!:heap11O..er humours, eczemas, rashes and Irritations each persons in
Favorite Prescription state to travel for hoiu e>tabU hed cwt bar
r busy life. there is nothing just as good for manufacturing would soon from Infancy to age, when all years and with a large capital to caU eleven noon
f::>weal: and sick else fails. merchants and agents for saecetitul and Scott&BowneCHEMISTS.
women. prop
F1 He is not wasting his days and 1 attract attention I table line. Permanent engagement
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant a-i a manufacturing SoM throughout the world Cutknn.uIftDt.301.in w'tc klJ' n
in'riotou- -hv iu He! has Pellets are easy fcrmo thoeoltte CotlfJ Fl Ie.:1c.per wOBi ot in, Oiltm I ettMtoftf and all traveling pens w .
; nights I and pleasant to tile. A most elective town. t L sue.*sy.:'ieDo.pora Lootlm.:!: Charvrbouxj advanced in cash each wee fc. ,
.: P.....i Hue it It FLU 1 BoWunS CohimbvM A". I Eipenence not *..tal. Mention
married a sweet, beautiful,. pure L1ittive.- lit 11 it fits to be derived from thl" t'Qnn>Druce tI11< raeo.wGatawarnaafat t(b.1I\. Corp I'ropr.tt Natiooal.jji Dearborn
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GROCERIES must be bought with unusual In Fancy and Light Groceries weaL tO
care, because, as a rule, the keeping ti1o
ways have on hand a 1 large and fresh
0 qualities are not great You get. the a
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request a your Pat" f
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A Car of "Swan's Down Flour, and a Rolled White Oats Mother's Oats. .

Car of Corn, Serve any one of the above with a cup of "White House''"Ariosa"Coffee and
Sft VTtfti
rolls and you'll have a delicious summer breakfast. .,
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and Armour's DJ
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Reynold's, Battle Axe, Champ) Carter, Schnapps Q

ba: : ago1 Liberty Bell TOBACCO.( i 0 d
lI ( Crackers # Pickles G Olives rf Sardines Etc. i
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: ical attention it will doubtless improve, for having: awnings placed over the thence s to the sw corner of sec 33, CLASH AT TRINIDAD. I I I rI

[COUNTY O COMMISSIONERS[R and she will be useful on the farm. She windows of his office, which matter thence w to the nw cor of sec 6, in tp I I '
; Soldiers and Members of the
is now cooking for the inmates and was referred to Mr. Long for action.It 13, r 23, thence s to the sw cor of sec Regular .
State Militia Have Trouble.
will soon be in condition to do the appearing to the.board that there 19, thence e to the ne cor of sec 30,

,. Ocala Fla.. April 4, A. D. 1904. sewing, mending, etc. The junior superintendent has been paid out of the general road thence s to the sw cor of sec 16, in tp Trinidad Col. April 5.-A clash has
t of the
occurred between soldiers reg
I l The- board of county commissioners is getting on nicely is. fund for special road purposes more 14, r 23, thence e to the Oklawaha river, ular army and members of the state

. met in regular session- on this day. growing fast and seems to know what I than amount now in the special road thence Ith meanderings of said riverto militia. Two companies of the Fifth

I Present H. "'. Long chairman, and is going on around him. j fund, $1000, it is therefore ordered that point of beginning. cavalry United States army, arrived

!i Commissioners N. A. Fort S. R. Pyles, Expenses for MarchSuperintendent's the clerk of this board do draw a w af- The following justices reported fines here enronte overland to Fort
o J. L. Edwards and E. L. Wartmann.Mr. salary, $33: : ; field rant for $1000 payable to the general imposed in their courts as follows: R. Ap-ic-e from Fort L-gan. Several oi i j,I

Pyles, having received his com- road fund drawn upon the special road i?. Shortridge. $93; ; J. :M. Barksdale. their officers were -entertained by Ma- j
hands for the month $34.80; cook, i
mission as county commissioner for fund. i $::3; R. Bullock $100: W. O. Waid JOT Hill commanding the national TROPICAL
$5.50; ; washing and ironing, $4. Total I
district Xo. 3, filed the same in the Applications to carry firearms were $:!99.80; E. S. Smith, $15; J. O. Tur- guardsmen.: During this time a numDtr -
for labor $;9,30. I
clerk's office, and participated in the file and laid over until next meeting as nlpseed, $... of regulars came into the city on.

meeting. Incidental ExpensesJ. follows: B. E. Raysor. A. M. Ruzy, The following justices reported no leave of absence. They came upon PINEAPPLE

Upon motion the clerk was directed I B. Malloy. for crates $3.83: ; freighton Chas. M. Brown, R. M. Long M. L. }lc- fines imposed in their courts: M. H. the patrol of militia, and began hurling .

to write the superintendent of the two tons cottonseed meal. $2; Abe ., Quaig, R. B. Clark, Uiee Tillis, J. H. [Lou, Alex. W'nne.n. F. Bouchillon, epithets at them. CaptainScholts,

Ocala and Gulf R. R. Co., asking them Brown and Bro., 4700 pounds cotton- Moore, C. Blue, W. A. Brown, S. L.Biantcn C. C. Priest W. W. Jackson, :M. M. of the state guards, happened on the

to seed meal, $S1.83; Geo. K. Ror/json. John W. Dean and John T. Proctor, H. W. Douglass. scene and ordered a sergeant to ar
repair at once the crossing near the rest one of the most abusive regulars.The TAR and
fertilizer, $22.20; Florida Ice Packing Foster. ilr. T. Pasteur, county treasurer,
city Ocala and near Howard Academy laser's companions prevented the
Home Co.. 60c.; T. W. Smith and Co., hard- The report of the commission to view reported balance, receipts and disbursements -
or School.
bergeant from carrying out the orderat
ware, $5; Rheinauer and Co., dry goods out the road from the Prescott place, as follows:
Mr. George Pedrick appeared before the frame time drawing six-shooters
$1.50 Ocala Wagon Works, shoeing Rowell to the
; known as grove Road Fund Scholts
the board and requested the refunding tnd surrounding the patrol
: Of horse, etc., $1.10; Ocala Seed Store Ocala and Silver Springs road, run Hal. last report. ... .$ 35 suddenly dispatched a messenger to
certain money which had been paid
60c.; Tydings and Co., $3.10; Racket ning west to the convict farm, was Receipts.- 3250 75 $3251: 10 the cavalry officers and Lieutenant .
by his boys on the road. The board
Co., ?=-doz. picking baskets, $1. To- adopted by the board, and the clerk instructed Disbursed. .. . 3230:; 10 Mosley came quickly to the scene and

: thereupon refunded the money: tal amount of incidental expenses, to post the same as requiredby ordered his men to their camp. They has cured more bad

; Mr,A. J. Holton. Jonas Halford and $122JSO. Total amount of expenses, law. Balance .. .. . .. . ... .$ 1 00 iplained to him that they were just of
-JacobHudnell, who have claims for the $202.10. A petition signed by twenty persons having a little fun with the militia cases Indigestion,
County Proper
improper paying of road taxes amount- CreditsBy the establishmentof Stomach
from Levon, asking La Grippa
Hal. last l'ellOrt. .$ 52 men.The ,
ing to $3 each complained and asked matter will be investigated and
voting place and election district,
net sales of 49 crates of lettuce, a Receipts . . 2401 10 $2401 62 disorders and
the board to refund the same, which the guilty ones dealt with. National Coughs
$39.40; cabbage, $6.S; syrup, $14.70; was granted.The
Disbursed. .. . 2400 71 of
was upon motion granted.Mr. potatoes, 70c.; turnips, $1.20; seed corn, application of S. V. Dukes to sell executive committeeman Fairley, Colds this winter than
the United Mine Workers of America, !
M. L. Payne presented to the wines and beer in election district -
40c. Amount total of'credits, $64.65. liquor, Balance . .. . . .$ 91 nas issued an open letter to the public ,
board a petition asking the re-location Amount of expenses, $137.45. Amountof Xo. 24, Dunnellon was presented ALL OTHER :reme-
F. and F. Fund in which he suggests a conferenceof
of a road from Reddick to Flemington to the board and being in due form
expenses for fertilizers, $104.05. Bal last report ..$1229 05 mine operators and miners for the dies combined.See .
as follows: Commence at the railroad the clerk was instructed to advertisethe ,
': Amount of expenses less fertilizers Receipts . .. . 12C3: 92 $2294 97 purpose of arriving at some settlementof
crossing at the Gainesville and Gulf R.R. notice as required by law.
$33.40. Respectfully submitted Disbursed. ... .... 549 37 the differences in the southern Colorado
;,,: ., in the village of Fairfield, situatedon H. W. Long, Com. in Charge. Upon motion Mr. H. W. Long, chair- fields and thereby end the strike. 8

section line of sections 7 and IS, man, was authorized to take up the
Upon motion it was ordered that :Mrs. Balance. ) . . . . .$1745 60 I
in tp 13, r 21, east running thence west Lizzie Watson and two children be admitted matter of putting fenders to protectthe INDIGNATION MEETINGS.
Board .
thereupon adjourned.II.
:; along said section line and across range as inmates of the poor farm. pier of the steel bridge with the W. Chairman.S. 03
Long, Increase
of Tenement
lines 20 and 21, and along the line of The matter of opening up the road chairman of the board of county com- Protest Against
T. Sistrunk, Clerk Rentals In New York.
sections 12 and 13, tp 13, r 20, east, until through the pasture of James Sims missioners of Citrus county, and report -
New York, April 5.-Scores of in-
: the said road intersects with the formerly that of I. O. Arms, was again the result of their action at the SCHOOL BOARD
MEETS dignation meetings have been held on
'. Ocala and Flemington road; which peE brought up before the board and the next meeting of this board.
the East Side to protest against the
tition was referred to :Mr.: Wartmann matter referred to Mr. X. A. Fort, com- Mr E. L. Carney, tax collector, reported -
general Increase of tenement rentals.
for investigation and report at next missioner, for investigation and reportat collection of $491 on account of The card of public instruction in
'. The lawyers and business men ad-
: meeting of the board.It next meeting of the board.It poll taxes and $149 on account of extra and fur Marion county, Florida, met dressed the meetings ar.d protestwas Your DruggUt, or Write

was ordered that a rebate for the appeal to the board that it was polls. this the 4th day of April J04, in drawn up which will be presentedto

payment of two poll taxes which had right and proper that Marion county To the Board of County Commissioners regular stn-ion with G. S. Scott, chairman the mayor. the Manufacturer*.

. been made by Mr. Payne since he had should assist in building up the roadway : Advances/ have been made by leaseholders
B. H. Blitcb and
a J.ti.Uramhanj
become 53 years of age. be granted. next to the bridge at Dunnellon, We respectfully report the buildingof in the crowded section of the.

;.;. The commissioners' report heretofore present. Eleventh street from the Bowery to''
an appropriation for that purpose one and a quarter miles of paved

f.. made at the :March meeting of this (75( was made. road on the Camp Izzard road duringthe Minutes of last meeting were read East river, of from $2 to $10 a month. I

' : biard upon the road known as the public Upon motion Dr. D. A. Smith was appointed past three weeks, out of lime rock, and approved. Throughout Easter day the streets to
' were thronged with people discussingtheir
road from Pine Anthony was inspector of marks and brandsat except 300 yards built out of waste limeat The
secretary reported that he had
grievances. All agreed on one
( adopted with the understanding that Anthony, vice J. C. Baskin, resigned. :Meffert's lime kiln, at a cost of
: advertised according to law ai.d by pOint-to resist to the utmost and refuse
the gates to be allowed to stand
It was upon motion ordered that elec- $:>24.G3 per mile. This is an excellent

until Mr. Hillman can gather his crops. tion district Xo. :28.! Juliette, be and the road and has been built under most favorable instructions of the board for t'l"ction"to : to pay the increase. An old society
; has been formed to take care ol
Upon motion a warrant was order- same is abrogated.The circumstances Material accessible be held throughout the county, in
those who may be dispossessed and
ed drawn to :Mr.: J. R. Moorhead for
petition signed by James Sin- no overburden to be removedand TropicalManufacturing
every special tax school district, liD are unable to take care of themselves.It .
the benefit of :Mrs.: Meiswinkel for ma- and others for road to interfere with the work.
gleton asking no rain to Is declared the lease-holders and
Tuesday, April 1904. That lie
terial ,used on Summerfield hard road. be granted, was referred to Commis- Signed: II. W. Long and John L. Ed- not the landlords have caused the ad
The special committee and architect had had poll list made ticEet.- printed
sioner Wartmann for and .
investigation wards, Commissioners in Charge.Be vance. The former take the buildingsby

.:: appointed to accept the bridge at Dun- to report at next meeting of the board.It it remembered that the board of and bent with other necessary the year and collect the rents from

nellon, filed the following report: ordered that this board does to she different the of
was county commissioners, at their meet- papers district?. sub-tenant. Numerous threats
f 1- Dunnellon Fla., April 1, 1904. violence have been heard. Conpny.JACKSO.MY1LL)
recommend to the comptroller to cancel already .
ing held this the 5th day of April, A. A request from a negro of the
To the Honorable Boards of County
the certificates covering the following D. 1904, in pursuance to law, section 11 Eiitchtou neighborhood
Commissioners of Marion and Citrus described land, viz 13.13 chs nand.s asking IRON ORE OUTPUT OF U. S. FLORID
: of chapter 4328 Acts of 1S95,,the boardof ...ySold
Counties board to refund him dollar
: one pull
by 4.64 chs e and w in sw cor of net 4, county commissioners have and do AllExperience Dra

t We, the committee appointed by the sec 23, tp 12 r :20.! the same belongingto hereby define and fix and establish the tax which he had paid the tax collector Doubled In Quantity During the Past ly i'4If.

-. chairmen of the boards of Marion and a poor and deserving woman, Catherine following election districts in Marion when he was exempt by law Six Years.
Citrus, respectively, to inspect the Washington, April 5.-The iron ore
Gordon, who is entitled to this as
bridge across the Withlacoochee riverat a homestead exemption. county, Florida: on account of age. output of the United States has doubled -

Dunnellon, beg to submit this, our Mr Long reported hip action to the Election district, Xo. 8, with voting The county comic mners also rtcornuimended in quantity during the past six

report, as follows: We find the bridge board with reference to causeway near place at Summerfield, Fla., bounded as its payment. The board years according to a report of the

built in accordance with and follows: Commence at ne cor of sec 3, geodetical survey which has been is
plans the property o? Mr. Atkinson, and also was of the opinion that it hud lIu
specifications furnished 1 tp 17, s, r 23, e, thence run w to nw sued.
us by :Marion
stated that he had contracted with Mr.
aulhority to refund any taxes turned During 1902 the United States produced
and Citrus counties; the draw to the I corner of sec 6, thence s to sw cornerof
: Freyermuth to build the causeway at a sec 6, thence to nw corner of sec into the treasury of the schools. The 35,554.415 long tons of iron ore,
same being one foot longer than plans I cost of $:>0. The action of Mr. Long valued at $65,412,950:: an increase oi
' called for, and seemed to be put in 12. tp 17, r 22, thence s to sw corner of matter was referred to the becretary
up .
ratified the board.
, I was by 23 per cent over the production oi1S01
good, substantial and workmanlike i sec 24. thence w to nw corner of sec to look up and if found that the board
Bond to carry pistol w'as granted J. and of 103 per cent over lS9 .
I 26, thence s to county line, thence e to
'" manner. L. McLeod and D. X. arco, and the had such authority to draw a warrant The most significant feature of the statistics
se cor of sec 34, tp 17, r 23, thence n on
", Signed: C. A. Shaw, engineer William rules were waived and licenses ordered for the amount. of the industry is that 10,272-( : 9

Griffith and J. M. Barksdale Com. issued for the'same. section line to the place of beginning. iSO tens of iron ore came from 8 mines
Election district Xo. :! with The insurance ou the school houses
23. voting
The committee's report was thereupon Xotary bond of R. C. Alworth, withT. and 1C.24S.2S9: : tons from IS mines, the JFR Y

adopted and ratified by the board C. Hall and L. J. Knight as sure- place at Pedro, described as follows, and furniture throughout the county shippin federations of all of which }

and the clerk instructed to draw the ties, was approved. viz: Commence at ne cor of sec 16, tp having expired the superintendentwas with two exceptions, are limited by I' R F.i

warrants for the balance of said work 17, r 22, e, thence run w to nw cornerof climatic conditions to 200 days annual.ly. .
3 Notary bond of J. M. Barco, with W. instructed to make up a correitli '
as follows: A warrant for $525.76, due sec 14, in tp 17, s, r 21, e, thence s tocounty ._ .T Io.'to
X. Camp and Clarence! Camp as sureties >t and values of all hwists and furniture SEEDS ; .. :.:.. '::H
one from this date warrant for line, thence e to se cor of sec One hundred and twenty-six operators
year ; a .re.lwhas ..
was approved. ..
'V V, $555.52, due in two years from this Xotary bond of W. S. Priest, with 34. tp 17, s, r 22, e, thence n to ne cor of owned by the couuty; aud have produced SS per cent of the pro established i fa -'-. )

date; a warrant for $:;8.28, due in three sec 27, thence w to nw cor of sec 27, same insured for five year The rate duct for the country. Seventy-two operators Gk L told ly all. df>.i i< r.. 1'sowtby 6y
Vernon and T. T. Munroe "
Clyatt as gc t;: 1 c
years after this date; a warrant for sureties, was approved. thence n to place of beginning. teingSOcentson the $l.1'hl' produced over 100,000 Lenaeach. Anneal:luants,IUt ,11 oaf Iv : a- I'

$615.04, due four from this date Election district Xo. 24, with voting 1 '
V years ; Notary bond of L. V. Porter, with J. secretary was asked to go before D. M. PERKY & CO ,
a warrant for J644.SO, due in five years place at Dunnellon described and LARGE ENDOWMENT.New DETROIT, I'IC':. i *
K. Christian and II. L. Dickson as sure- the couuty cotuuiiesioiiers aud ask if '
.. from this date. bounded as follows: Commence at ne ,
ties, was approved.
: Bill of Mr. C. A. Shaw for $25 of 6. 16, 19, thence they would have awnings put over the
being Notary bond of J. R. Floyd, with II. cor sec tp r e, run York Philanthropist Gives Liber

Marion county's part one-half of said w to the county line, thence s on county windows of the office of the board of ally to the Church.
r L. Dickson and W. R Baker, sureties,
,;' Shaw's bill as architect employed by was approved. line to the Withlacoochee river thencee public instruction.The New York April 7.-One of the

the counties of Marion and Citrus, to with meanderings of said river to thee bills for largest endowment funds ever createdfor
Application for pension for following printing tickets, making -
look after the building of said bridge, bdy of sec 7, in tp 17, s, r 19, e, thence a church in this city has bee
Ruth M. Jones
persons were approved: out poll list and
advertising the
was ordered paid. n on section line to place of beginning. formed by the will of Smith LaFayette
A. Martha Mason
Charry Perry W. B.
Mr. Lang thereupon made his reportof McAteer and J. J. Miller. Election district Xo. 2S, with voting elections were ordered paid from the Russell, a retired business man, who

the poor farm, which is as follows: The board thereupon adjourned until place at Levon, bounded and described district funds and the secretary instructed died March 10.
It will amount to and thetestator's
To the Board of County Commissioners tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock. as follows: Commence at ne corner of to proportions the amountsto 1500,000,
desire is the line
along ct
of Marion County Fla: sec 2, in tp 17, r 22, e, thence run w the different districts
and draw several recent moves to keep alive
Gentlemen: I visited the poor farm to the nw corner of sec 4, in tp 17, s. r
Tuesday, April 5, A. D. 1904. warrants for same, as the law requires church interest in the downtown dis,
April 1, and found things generally 22 e, thence s to the sw corner of see

VV V ( moving on very well. The com crop Board met pursuant to adjournment, 9, in tp 17, s, r 22, e, thence e to the se the expenses of the elections to be trict institutions from which'have removed many old in religious recent

., was coming .up very well, but was being except S. R. Pyles, who was sick. corner of said section 9, thence s to paid by the districts. years

pulled up by crows. The cantaloupes The application of Mr. Green for Ma I sw corner of sec :22, thence e to the se A petition was before the board The Duane Methodist church in Hudson

are extra good; had been neatly tilda Palmer to be allowed to redeem I cor of sec 23, thence n with section line signed by one fourth of the qualified street on the lower West Side: was ,'"

_. plowed and hoed, and were in good the wU of lot 1, blQck 54, X. S. S., was I to point of beginning. voters of Fairfield who pay a tax 011 the beneficiary. During the life oi 4'

< condition. The stand of corn is not referred to Mr. Edwards, with powerto Election district, Xo. 14, with voting real or personal property, asking that Mrs. lljssell a.portion on the incomeof

good; is still coming up and has been act. place at Orange Springs, bounded and the board call an election to create a the fund is to be paid her. At her

plowed and hoed and is In good condi The bill of William Hall, submittedto described as follows: Commence at the special tax school district. A protestwas death the entire sum will be placedin ,

tion. Five acres are planted in pin- this board at the March meeting, intersection of east boundary of sec before the board from D. H. trust and the income, estimated at

dars; ten acres of land have been clear- was referred to Mr. Pjles for Investi- 24, tp 11, s, r 24, e, with the Oklawaha Irvine objecting to the election being $25,000, will be expended in buildingup ..dQ

ed and will be planted when it rains. gation. river, thence s to the se corner of sec called so as to include sections 5 and th echurch. Several Methodist r

Oats are good. The garden is doing Bill of Dr. W. V. Xewsom for services 36, in tp 12, s, r 24, e. thence w to the 6 of township 13 south, range 22 east, charitable institutions also will receive + t """artt *

t well. Squash, one ,month old, is full of rendered in amputating three fingers sw cor of sec 31, tp 12, s, r :24! e, thence claiming that these sections belongedto sums of $5,000 each.

; young forms and will be loaded with and setting fractured arm, etc., north to the nw cor of sec :31, thencew Irvine school. Little is known of Mr. Russell and 11
his wife outside of their immediate
< fruit in ten days. There are now 44 was referred to Mr. J. L. Edwards for to nw cor of sec. 35, in tp 12, s, r 23, After considering the matter the

hogs, Including 10 pigs, since last re- investigation and report. thence s to the sw cor of sec 35, thencew election was called to include all friends and neighbors in WashingtonPlace. 124iT'
r. where they have lived
port. Owing to sickness of the super- The application of Mr. Ditto for the to the sw cor of sec 31, tp 12, r 23,, territory asked for in the petition many
years, devoting much of their
intendent, fertilizers bought and ap- redemption of the nw i 4 of block J. All- thence n to waters of Orange Lake, except the two sections above mentioned works of charity. time to $900' r i

plied to the soil, the expenses of the red's ad, Ocala, was referred to Mr. thence with meanderings of said laketo and May 24tb, 1904, was the

: :past month have run up beyond the Edwards for investigation and reportat Orange Creek, thence with meanderings date fixed for holding said election. Only Two New Cases

usual monthly expenses. Mrs Lizzie the next meeting of the board. of Orange Creek and Oklawaha Reports and accounts amounting to New York, April 7.-Only two new

a Watson and her two children of Cotton The recommendation asked for by river to point.of beginning. 13076.77 were approved and ordered cases of bubonic plague developed on

Plant being in indigent circumstances, James Duffy upon four acres in a Election district, Xo. 13, with voting paid.! Monday, says a Herald dispatch from

without property, and having no relations square shape in the se corner of nwU place at Fort McCoy, bounded and described Treasurer's report showing total Lima, Peru. The government has 1

'. able to assist them was sent by of sec 5, tp 15, r3, was granted for as follows: Commence on e bdy receipts for 3Iarch $5142.41 and dis- ordered a strict examination of ail 'a.- 4.>:

t. :. me to the poor farm, with instructionsto $35 and clerk's fees, for redemption of of sec 13, in tp 14, r 23. on the north bursements |olt>1.5Q leaving! a balanceof gage passengers on all and trains disinfection of bag CHAS. E. BLUM & COMPANY J

the superintendent to take care of certificates. side of the Oklawaha river thence runn 91 cents were approved.W. leaving Lima and

t ', them until the board met. Mrs. Wat Superintendent Cam appeared before to the ne cor of sec 3*. in tp 12, s, r D. CAR, also itary on stations steamers have leaving been Callao. San. 517 and 519 W. Bay 8t.

son's health is run down, but with med-, the board and asked them to pay 23, e, thence w to nw cor of sec 35 J J"I Jo Secretary. established in
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Big Crowd Saturday-Speeches Great Good.Speaker at CourtHouse all Another Auction Sale of Lots on Easy Payments.

At two thirty o'clock Satunhy. the

speaking a** announced was begun at

at the court house:

Hou. John G. Rar<1ou was greeted The houses and lots now owned by J. Starr 12 equal monthly payments on the houses. One Lot Will Be Given Away Free and every

by the committee! to act a* toaster ol Sternberger in Mitchell's Addition, which
All deferred: l' iym nts bear S per cent. in- one who attends the sale will be entitled to a
ceremonies and did Lis
jure of the lies in the of Ocala and east
work most felicitously.In terest. The property consists of 7; tenant chance on it whether or not they bid or buy.
I of the Fair Grounds, between Exposition
I introducing Senior Tnliatrr houses in good condition and a limited numFree Carriage To The Sale Carriages will
Mr. Kenrdon paid him .. very 11'A Avenue and South Second St., will be sold at .

tribute.In I auction on ber of good building lots. The Houses Pay leave the court house promptly at 9:30 a. m.

responding tu the introduction About $40.00 Per Year in rent and make a on the morning of the sale and will carry

Seuator Taliaferro slid h... was pleasedto Friday April 8tl Q), at 10 a. n>)
first class investment. This sale is open to everyone who wishes go to the sale free
meet the voters of Marion
county The terms ar one eighth of the purchase
and wanted to refute Lefor th toW the easy all, white or colored, so that the rent payer of charge. Everybody is invited to take
price cash and the balance in 12 equal
etattsmeuts that. had been circulated monthly payments on the lots and one fourth will have an equal chance to buy a home for the ride Five hundred and forty second

to his injury by twoof 1m opponent,
whom be regretted were not present. the purchase price cash and the balance in himself, with those who buy for investment. sale conducted by the National Reality Co. .

He took up the charges made

against him by Mr. htocktou and t .

Governor Jennings answering thru The Title i Guaranteed Perfect.

in detail and apparently to die sales- J

faction of his hean-rs.

Among other thins he read from
the message of Governor Jt uuiud to

the legislature, iu which the governor ,

then not a candidate tor senator, paid Particulars See B. PHILLIPS Ocala House Ocala Fla. 1
the Florida delegation in congress for Further H. ,

merited praise for the sl'lt'udidork :. :: :':;'''''''_ : ::::: ': ': : :' -.r:.. .. ',. ...:"i".i': : -: '" << :I- ..: ; : :_:_:..-:::.- :.. ._ .'

they had done in- collecting the

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Indian War Claims fund.Senator I -

Taliaferro directed the attention Ocala and other things he had done (IN OPINION BY "FLORIDIAN" ALLAN RODGERS FOR SHERIEF. I SEEDS. :

of the audience to his record for his district; that being a memberof

and hoped they would g \'t'it careful the river aud harbor committee for Conclusions Drawn Between Tali*'. Every true democrat who has: the

interests of his at heart should If in need of
scrutiny and said that if it could be severtl years past, he was in a better ferro, Jennings and Stockton.To county you are peanuts, velvet beans goobers,

8:own by any vole of his that he hut position to accomplish things for his the Editor ot the Ocala Banner. I vote for Allan Rodgers for sheriff chufas, whipporwill, clay, cane or lady finger peas, beans,

been unfaithful to the democratic district than would be possible for anew As a native of Florida I have been The Herald man has known him for English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties

and from that field and all field and
senatorial over twenty years corn, garden seed
the ,
party or unmindful of the interests oft I number.Mr. viewing approaching

t the people who had sent him to the McNamee mated that when I contest with a great deal of interest. knowledge can testify that he is one Call on or write,

f of the most progressive and deservingmen
t senate, he would be willing to retire Mr. Davis was. elected to congress the Florida i is cosmopolitan, you can
( In the state; and if he should be 'The Ocala Seed StoreSole
did to sever his native office holders in I
from the race, but if on the contrary tirot thing he was count the
chosen, he will one of the best
the record showed that he had beet connection with the railroad swing state miners almost on the fingers of prove Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick.
sheriffs in all Florida, reflecting
faithful to the trust imposed in the two position were ornpatible.Mr. one h*tid. Take the office of governor
f honor both upon himself and upon i
him he asked to be returned. :MeNtKiee slid that Mr. Davis for iiiiunce.Unexampled.
wasbased of W. S-' Marion county. -S1! I1 aL"JL:!
Senator Taliaferro posarsst-s a veryClear was right and Hint! his position nomination
Yes he is running in Marion, but (
and impressive: voice, was free on holy writ, that the Bible Jennings by the Jacksonville convention -
he has friends everywhere to rise up WE EAT MEAT
from embarrusmeut, clear and concise said you could not serve two masters I I would never have thought of a
a and say a good word for him They
r aud that Sparkmau:: had been asking whether a man came from To
and Unless
in his statements, produced a grow strong. we get i
remember what a loyal friend and
faithful to the railroads and consequently Illinois or purgatory, but when good
most favorable impression. good< meat we may as well let lit
I true democrat he is and how he has
At the conclusion of his, remarks a must have been unfaithful to Florida crackers like Majes, Myers, m ;> i y. : it alone. There is no strength i
devoted years of energy and faithful y .,
great many gathered around him, the people. He cited the 8l'l'ropria'l Begsjs and others were turned down in tough meat-Instead of giving
work to the advancement of the best
grasped him by the hand and eumplimented lions for Oeklawaba river HS a by the controlling element in that interests of Florida. Blizzards and 'i it takes strength to digest I '
General Bullock had convention headed the Hon. -'
him on his effort. ca-e in point. by r _+ft' it. It pays to be careful in
other disasters have ''
: never dampenidhis '
Hon Robert secured .an appropriation: of $10,000 John N. C. Stockton: I paused.Mr. meat-be iiii liS
The next speaker was sure to get
ardor; but with a brave heart and
W. Davis., He was in a good humor for the Ocklawaha but .that Mr. Jennings WAS nominated only cheering words to those inclined to be i the best-tender and choice.
cured 52,000 for It because he the coutiu of his cousin Hf
and Mr. McNamee claimed that this and p.ilitical plum were in sight.
same to his audience. forward in the front rank of undaunted put something in your stomach
wouldbe Florida has done too much for Mr. I '
because improvement
lie was witty, humorous and facetious Floridians with unfaultering faith r ;Jc.: which will put flesh on your
hurtful to the A. C. L. railway. Jennings. All things being
and his criticisms of his friend bones and strong blood in your
his beloved
in the future of state. '1
I would for Stockton because
Mr. McNamee received a great dealof equal, I
Broward's hook and the crlooiu in The admirable traits which Allan rt.EDWARDS .
and bad the friendly ear he is a native Floridian, but
the Belleview News Letter were extremely applause I Rodgers possesses make his many I
fetching and happy iu their of a good part of the audience.It the difference between -Taliaferro and friends elsewhere feel justified in BROS. I

was noticable that the audience Stockton lies in tneir ability to ad. I Stall 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala Fla.
effect. interposing in his behalf to urge his m S
is composed entirely of voters, no Vance the interests! of my state are
If the applause Mr. Davis received merits upon the good people of Marion 1
ladies or children ling present and in my opinion this ability is so over.whelwi.igly -
standing he ,
any indication of his Taliaferrothat county, who have never failed to
in favor of I
remained for four
has lost none of his popularity in the fact that they ; show their appreciation of a deserving JAS. 1.0RAHAf, President. OEO.\V.HYDE, Vie PwThe
hours showed how deeply tbt'Y'ue my duty is plain.
Marion county. His speech on than man and, we are sure, will not
oclIolloS iou was one of the best he has interested iu the debute. love my mother state more fail to do so in this instance.
---' the of of
political aspiration any one First National Bank
ever made here and hU friends were Nothing Like Experience. her rous therefore I advocate Talia For some years past, Allan Rodgers

exceedingly proud of Liui. "One truth learned by actutl I experience ferro. FLORIUIAN." has devoted his untiring energies to I
Hon Wilkinson CM was ue1t ou does more good than ten experiences -- -- ..- the building of good roads Marion,
one hears about. Tell a ruin I The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
the program. He spoke largely on Daughters Give an Egg Hunt. Alacbua and Citrus counties, aud the ;

splendid tributeto that Chamberlain's t'olie, Choleraand I Capital. . . . .. 00
national issues, paid* Uurrboea remedy will cure Friday afternoon the Daughtersof results of his efforts will bland for : ;
the Surplus and Undivided 20,000 00
industry and enegy of and he will most the Confederacy : an Blaster as a monument to his enter-
the cholera morbus, gave years
I Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank in the
southern people and said they hadmade likely forget it before the end of the egg hunt in the Guy grove rn Ockla- prill!.'. He i is always revolving in that itatp. Solids the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
... have attack I Ei Interest allowed by special All businesstransacted
him arrangement.
as shown by day. Let a severe
more per capita waha avenue. tireless brain of his something for the
of that disease, feel that he is about to i promptly.
the i-ennw report that any other die use this remedy: and I learn from Fifty children were present Mud improvement his county and slate; I 0-17 H. E. TA YLORCashltr ,

section of the country, but said they his own experience how quickly it I participated in the hunt and each and if he is elected sheriff, be may I

could not get the just proceeds of their geves relief, and he will remember it child wall fortunate enough to find be relied on to inaugurate reforms in .

labor unless: condition are altered all his life. For sale by Anti-mouop- several eggs. the conduct of the office that will I We Have Just Opened. 3 3F

and showed how two much tribute oly Drug Store.-_---- m Mrs. Blake, MrsHarris, Mrs. redound to the good of Marion county. I II
was exacted from them by the transportation Central Nation Bank Statement. Gottlieb, Miss Jo Williams and Miss Away back yonder in 1SS2, Allan Ii i i The Newest,

I facilities. He referred to : Thesecondatatement of this grow. Gary wt-re in charge of the hunt and Rodgers, this writer, I. E. Barwick, I i The Nobbiest, .
I The Swellest,
the investigation by the Ohio legilla-I. ing fiscal institution will be seen elsewhere helped the children to spend a happy Sam Teague and a few other enthusiastic i

contained in a current number in our columns. Like everything I i !afternoon. citizens developed into what
ture as
of the McClure'- magazine and made else pertaining to our growing I r --- -- Charley Dame called "railroadmag'ates" I
Cures and Colds.
largely the text of life city it is pointing straight ahead. The aud undertook to be seen
the same Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., Topeka -5-
speech. individual deposits, subject to check, Kansas, says: "Of all cough build the Wildwood, Lady Lake, In Caall Ocala.and see

, Referring to state issues he said now reach in round numbers *&IOOO, remedies Ballard's Horehound Syrupis Withlacoochee, Floral City and Gulf

there was no democratic party in showing a gain of $20,000 since its last I my favorite; it has done and willdo railroad. They didn't build it, because THE ON SHOE Go

and the arbitrary and despotic statement. all that claimed (wit, to speedily the name was too long to paint AMBERS
Florida cure all coughs aud colds and it is
the state democratic The officers of this bank have the ou the cars, but they won a great OCALA, FLA.
by and the
methods so sweet pleasant to taste.
[ executive committee showed they entire confidence of our people and 5c. 50c. and fl. AntimonopolyDrug deal of glory; and ever si i nce then, we I

i were strangers to the meaning of the its dt'pllit88how that it is destined to Store. m have been heartily in favor of letting

He claimed be become one of the most solid institu any one of that famous party have
; "democraey.
word, Big Barbecue at Bartow. I
built that wing of the democratic tions in the interior.A anything he wants in this world. McMillan Bros
t had up --- -
Mr. C. M. Brown Ocala's candidate
in Florida 'hat favors the: Dandy for Burns. For this reason and many others, the

party and everything it Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ills., writes: "I for governor, Saturday received an most important of which have been

primary system was to be trium have used Ballard's snow Liniiueut; invitation from ,the Young Men's mentioned, we do not hesitate tq Southern Copper Works
and if it
stands for always recommended it to my friendsas Democratic Club at Bartow to be cordially\ endcrse Allan Rodgers for

phant lie deserved reelection.The I am confident there is no better present and maKe speech at a barbecue i-beritt of Marion county aud to urge Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

debate between Messrs Spark- made. It is a dandy for burns. Thosewho our brilliant brethren, C. L. Bittinger
to be held there on the loch: of
and McNamee was somewhat live on farms are especially liableto and Frank Harris, to do all they Call and General Metal Workers.Old .
man accidental cuts, burns. this month. Bartow proposes to have
spoke tint many to secure his election.-Punta Gorda
spirited. Mr. tprkiiuu remarkable bruises which heal rapidly when 1M one big day and give all the senatorial Herald.:

and referred to the very had made lard's Show Liniment is applied. It congressional and gubernatorial cough Settled on Her Lungs. Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

record that Mr. McK.mee should always be kept in tte house II candidates a chance to make them- "My daughter had a terrible cough through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
in a
said that of 25c. 50c. and
in the legislature And for cases emergency. Drutc selves known to the people of Polk which settled on her lungs" says Jf. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
from 1. bottles. Anti-monopoly
( feesiou of fifty days bewas absent { Jackson, of Danville, 111. We trieda works .
Store. m county. As Folk's capital is noted following -
call hundred and fifty.slx times great many remedies without relief,

roll and had oue failed utterly to carry out his LieutTatteuhas made another guess for its generosity and hospitality we until we gave her Foley's Honey and FAYETT YILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

the site for at the time the world, is coming to an predict a big crowd at the gathering Tar which cured her. Refuse $ultifctutes. "

promises. He referred had to cured for e nd. It is i now fixed at 191&. on the above date. Postoffice Drug Store. m J.ACKS. WILLE, FLA MOBILE, AA..
a public I

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ANTI. -LYNCHINO. ....-. CRUSADE.. FLORIDA .STATE fQRTICULTURAL J Johnson for Supreme Judge. J ,.::.: ..__ .: .h.h..t: :. _-.: LL..,, _
I -- -- -- RecognlzYii the honesty
SOCIETY. i ability, }

Confederate Veterans Appeal to Old and integrity of Hon. John B. John
Soldiers to Help'Stamp Out the son, his friends have persuaded himto A Hard Man To Beat.
On account of conflicting with the
Evil. permit the use of his name as IU t
democratic,primary election, May 10,
Memphis, Tenn., 3 I arch 31.-A aspirant for justice of the supreme!
it was deemed advisable to changethe
frpecial to the Commercial Appeal from court of Florida.
date for our annual meeting from
Grenada, Miss., says. There are four judges to bit elected
May 10 to 13 inclusive, to a more
An ami-lynching crusade has been I this year, and iuotuuch as the third
propitious time. As the Cane Growers
inaugurated by the W. R. Barktdale judicial circuit ha no representationat
Association had arranged to hold.
Camp, United Confederate Veterans Tallahassee, either in the cabinet
their meeting in Jacksonville the first
of this city. The following significant of the governor or upon the supreme
week in May and as last quite.
resolutions were unanimously bench, and realizing that just claim
number of our members expressed
at tended which comes from a section that has
a largely at meeting
themselves in favor of holding our
of the camp. long remained as a donator instead
meetings earlier iu the year, the executive 4Y
"}I'inn. Tbat we are unalterably op- the recipient, the citizens or Live
committee of our society
Oak Suwitiiuee county and the third
po9ed to thn lynching of a human
thought best to set the date for our
judicial circuit, prtwrdt the name of
being, have jrha b f r be oue un-
annual meeting the last week in
Hon. John B. Johnson to the democratic
mentionable crime.
April, 26 to J9 inclusive.
"Second. That Confederate voters of Florida and ask his ter,1
The annual meeting of our society
elevation to the bench of
and supreme
erans law-abiding citizens of will, therefore be held April i!6 to 29

Mississippi and :of the United States the state.Mr. .
inclusive, in the beautiful new boardof
Johnson is the present popular
we are violently, vehemently and
trade rooms in Jacksonville, and it
mayor of Live Oak, now serving his
eternaliy opposed to the of
practice is confidently expected that we shall
third of the
term, secretary county
:r burning at the stake a human being
have a large attendance and a most

for any crime whatsoever. successful meeting. secretary democratic of the executive b\r association committee of the, I Iro
"Third. That
we appeal in thundering The committee cu transportationhas
third judicial circuit, aud a successful
all Confederate Veterans
touts to ,
already taken up with the railroads
of several
their wives and daughters, and the matter of rates to Jackson! ( f'l.
in the law, with an intellect broad
to that great and glorious orgaui/i.: yule and will undoubtedly be able tosecurl' ")!
enough to grasp the problems ot intricate
tiou, the daughters of the Confederacy
low rates, probably the same as
litigation, a keen insight into
one and all, to arise in all their have heretofore been accorded to us.

might find by precept and example, These rates will be announced later. judgment every detail whose of unerring a cause aim prt- t'ult'11'1' The nan) who buys hARDWARE of

voice and moral force and influence
pen, Our annual meetings are always
on the side of justice; )pure, clean and
help put a stop to this diabolical interesting, instructive, and, at the
capable, morally and intellectually, MARION F
I. barbaric, unlawful, inhuman and same time, eminently agreeable: HORDWARECOMpANy
he would take easy rank with the
ungodly crime of burning human socially. Tuis year everything pointsto
foremost jurists of the high tribunal
beings. a particularly successful meeting.
x of the supreme court.
"Fourth. That we heartily ap in addition to the reports of regular .KNTS FOR"FAVORITE" -
I We therefore present the name of
prove of and applaud the action of I standing committees, it is expectedwe
Hon John B. Johnson as a candidate STOVES AND RANGES
the Governor Vardaman in his re shall have addresses by sevesal
forjust.ceof! the supreme court and
cent successful tflorts to save a criminal horticulturistfrom out-
ask! his favorable consideration on the CHATTANOOGA PLOWS
from a mob bent on burning." fide of our state.
10th day of May by the democratic

t A Dreadful Attack of Whoopiif Couch. Many of our members have not
voters of Florida.Suwaunee Demo ELLWOOD
Mrs. Edwin Harlisou, of 300 Park visited Jacksonville receatly-some crat. FENCING

Avenue, Kansas City, Mo., writes! .s not since the great tire in 1901 -lindI
Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
follows: "Our two children had a few of us realize what wonderful
Immediately relieves hoarse, croupyooutrbs A Full Line of Everything Usually Carried in
strides the of state has
severe attack of whooping cough, one metropolis onr oppressed, rattling aad rasping a

of them in the proxjsm of coughing made during the past three years. breathing. Henry C. Sterns, First Class Hardware Store. _

would faint and Meed at the nose. Jacksonville of today is a beautiful, druggist, Shullsburg, Wis, writes, .

We tried everything we ever heard of t new city; its business streets lined May 30, 1901: "I have been sellingBallard's SASH DOORS AND BLINDS TURPENTINE
without getting relief. We then SUPPLIES.MARIONAHARDWAREXCOMPANY
I with large fine stores and office build. Horehouud syrup:! for two .

called in our family doctor who prescribed years, aud have never had a prepara
ings, the very picture of commercial
ti Foley's Bony and Tar. With tion that has given better satisfaction.

t- the very first dose they began to improve industry; its beautiful residence I notice that when I hell a bottle they .

t and we fell that it has saved streets and elegant homes; its shady, I come back for more. I can honestly .

their lives. Refuse substitutes. Pest restful parks, and the magnificent tit. recommend it." 2-5c. oOij. and :Jl.00.

office Drug Store. m Johns river, are well worth spending Auti-monopoly Drug Store. m : :, ,"' .' ;A" ,- _" ._ __ ; .._ __. _: -. '.__._ .. _' ::: : :::" ', -." '" ___:; ':. -'___ : _. ': .-'

and time -- ---- __ __
t New Citizens forOeala. money to see. An inspiration.Mr. r n

It is, therefore, hoped that you will :
After & continued residence many J. Kelson, a pioneer settlerof

years in this, city Mr. and Mrs. send in your own membership fee of Candler, was a visitor to the city Given i AV'rra t Stra ss'"Royal ,.

L of$1, and that you will be able to $500e
4 t Turner Brewer departed yesterday for Friday and in conversation with a -
induce of friends to become ask
some your :*>or an
Ocala which place they will make representative of this paper says that AV>AsUae! dear for
members and attend the meetiug. full particulars C.IIL. I ice s..m e card ofTen
1 their future home. Mr. Brewer hast by all odds his town is now the very ,p

t secured a postion! as traveling sales Remember any owe can become an prettiest oa the A. C. L. between nllS'fl, W l Reserve'Four

annual member of $1
upon payment ,
man for A. Brown & Bro., proprietorsOf Jacksonville and St. Petersburg.That ; SANITARY; :\L:. COATING.
which entitles the member to reduced 1 14w'
the Tea Pot Grocery. Mrs. Brewer tile orange trees escaped the D.-stro\s Jisui sens and \ermin.
railroad fare to and from Jacksonville sever rubs rrs.es. \ has been a general social favorite here breath and blast of the frost king the r, -mix with cold\ :.r. l'.c..uffue. -

reduced hotel fare, as well as a copy winter and are now white with ,1. 1-1 walls lir. and her numerous friends regret sin past f.OT a U.SIM c-t":,t. :;:. outf- :tchitwater

cerely to see her leave. While Mr. of the proceedings when published, bloom and the air redolent with :1. .:.: bean g..<.r" .ire".:ctf.ltir.;.:..'.".es..atInxi U>oHS Full Quarts, Delivered S3.50

the book of itself is worth far more 4i' J v.-i.n btt tratci: art-MH:k < n with J ,
Brewer has been on the road ever their fragrance. He sajs that the :'luc VrhiiU: r:.u, :":::"I.t ,' n--.s ofiteauiy I

since become to Florida, Gainesvillehas than the $1 fee Or, if one wishes to Ocala people should 1aa picnic .gtltT' spnl.nb iisca' .:...i....rn.l.-,.<....V.tuit. r-.1 l 11-5 n a_.:..:.-":.J r..onl'J:sal- I. ., ; Twelve Full Quarts, Delivered $10.00

become life member he she .)> .__-'M;. t .1. ')..'TS",
been considered his home,and the a or can excursion to Caudler. see the beauti- rroper.v'ULj...!.. :'. <.. .' ... ':'>-.:reFor I
do so of $10 after x.111: ,.nd' urns c e;:.is.. J.: ;1 : '.. ," .;".
people Gainesville not appreciate upon payment ful groves and receive a baptismal :\ "I mtscriDec1"v :::-.'-. :-:, ': ,::. O
: :
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which there are 110 more dues. \ sf-cc v' :: :: I. .
the idea of him The inspiration.A I
giving up. _cr Ijn2d tridtic.'! L

f best wishes o' friends this amiable AUKKEY BRINK, sale by Mclver & :MacVay H. B. Masters. No mj-rk-i to ind hate c-outt-nU of l-or.
AsMstaud! Secretary. disordered stomach: may cause no Orders llllcd fame day ore rt'(.' h'ed.
J; couple follow them to their new home,
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end ot trouble. When the stomach -

I and it is to be hoped that they Kiel; be Gleu St. Mary, Florida. fails to perform its functions and the
; well pleosed with the Brick City.Gainesville .- A Thoughtful Man. bowels become deranged, the liver r & CO-

riun. M. Al. Austin, of \\' .'heater Ind., and kidneys congested; causing uunirou STttfI Whoh'Oaho! und Retail Liquor Ut'nh'r", ,

knew what to do in the hour of need -! diseases, the most fahl l of
<, We extend a very cordial welcome :
I His wife had such au unusual cast of which are painless aud therefore the O( LA. FLOIlIDi.
4 to Mr. and Mrs. Brewer.
17 siointch: und liver trouble, physicianscould more to be dreaded. The important cTR '

I not help her. He thought of thing is to restore the stomach aud ttrtA ,
Health is Youth. Disease and Sickness -
and tried Dr. King's New Life IMU", liver to a healthy condition and for
Bring Old Age. A. I HflWKES, Optician, Brick LOn
land she this W.
got relief at once and was purpose no better preparation JOHNSON

Hetbine taken every morning before finally cured. Only '5c. at Tydings I ciu oe used than Chamberlain's Established 1870. ,

breakfast will keep you in robust & Co. m !Stomach and Liver Tablets. For Commencing over thirty years ago in Lime Dealer in-- _

health, fit you to ward otT disease. It Distinguished Arrivals. sale by Anti-monopoly Drug !Store.. w the smallest way, the firm has tead- Hair

cures constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia iyt aud rapidly grown, until nowHAWKES' NEW AND SECOND HAND
company Capt. John L.
fever, skin, liver and kidney Death of Morris Crown. EYEGLASSES have a national Cement

complaint. It purities the blood and Inglis Mr. Chas. K. Henderson, Mr. _
Morris Crown, aged fifteen years, reputation, and are used in every PROPRIETOR OF- -
clears the complexion.: Mrs. D. W. John W. Auchincloss and Mr. Chas.A. died town and city tbrouenout: the south. Laths
Thursday night at the home of THE LAKE CITY
Krniih, Whitney, Texas, writes April Peabody of New York These famous glasses are used by thebeat MACHINE SHOPS.
were at his mother Mrs. Nathan Crown iu all communities. -
at class of
3, 190:: "I have used Herbme, and people And Locomotives For Silo and Lease.
the Ocala House Monday. Mr. Pea- They are fold only by merchants:
f find it the best medicine for constipation Tampa, the cause of his death being Second Hand Rail
of whom Bought
of recognized reliability, and Sold
I and liver troubles. It does all body is general manager of the Illinois typhoid fever. there lire now over IIXX handlingthese Shingles. Three locomotives for sale or lease

you claim for it. I can highly recom- Central Railroad and receives The remains were brought to Ocala goods; and when it is remembered For H leOne -

mend it." 50o. a bottle. Antimonopoly the princely salary of $:>0,000 that there is only one agent in 16x24 Tolbert Engine-/ One 14x16 Sallie
year. by Mr. Mytr Crown, brother of the town, the wonderful demand for them Oge 14il! Sew York Euglnt
; s Drug Store! m Safety. Onn HP
: Ball
Mr. Henderson has Atl'l11lc.
charge of the can be somewhat appreciated.For
One 7oHP
deceased and laid Corli
to rest Friday Office and Shops >lti. One 12x16 .
investments of the Mutual Life In- sale by Ou12HP Gasolene. One 50HP. One SAp
The value of a spring of water on a afterncon in the Jewish cemetery by 1)11. \\'AXUEKSOX.. near One 150 HP high return .

;, r farm may he gathered from the following surance Company and receives $40.000 the side of nis father, who died in this Never Peddled S. A. L. Freight One 25HP Economic boiler, and a tublar lot of other fl".. On
and Mr. Auchincloss is largely interested hand and other machinery.
item: John E. Madden, of city several years ago, the family Depot.
in the Dunnellon
Lexington, Ky., recently purchased Phosphate having formerly resided here. Jery Burnett FLOHIDA
Company and the Port Inglis Termi ,
the farm of James C. McCanu, paying The deceased was a student of the

$75,000 .for eighty acres. Mr. nal Company. These gentlemen Tampa Business College and was a Merchant

Madden declares that he did not want have beef spending a few days at the bright boy and his early death is "RffUCT A MOMHI[ : t

... "Bungalow," Port Inglis, with Capt.
the land, but that he purchased it greatly regretted.
N luglis. Tailoring. % iii
F because it contained a never failing 'f Have
Federal J udge Swayne was not impeached Makes a Clean Sweep. you decided on the kind o
spring of water adjacent to his own There is nothing like doing ,1 'i /, fertilizer
a thing t111
after all. The mojoiity of Ocala, Florida. I you are going to use? It's
farm. thoroughly. Of all the salves you i I not
___ i a question of how
-' '-- the committee which much
investigated the but
ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve Finest Imported and ,
t Hon. Danuitte 11. Maya ought to be y what kind when
charges against him reported in his 18 the best. It sweeps away and cure Domestic Cloths. the best resul t
gratified with the numerous evidences can he obtained.
favor. burns, sores, bruises, cuts, boils, ulcers Cutting a SpecialtyFits q You can't make a

. .. .. of support that he is getting from all The Southern Baptist says that Rev.L. skin eruptions and pyles. It is only Guaranteed. A : r mistake when you use our high grade

: j parts of the state. From present indications H. Warren, of this city, has received 4oc. and guaranteed to give satisfaction : ye fertilizers.

: Mr. Mays will be Florida'snext by Tydings & Co. druggists m ..
:. I a call from the church at Cor- Utilize you spue timiof ( Highest cash price paid for dry bong
E -Pensacola Journal. Study at t Home e eniBgf gttu*; A ;'
t governor. I eicana, Texas. The report is correct, Gen. Miles will accept the presidential Learn better mare donna, and yoicaramon. I .J

t ; Frank Simonton has again sued the I but we are pleased to say that Mr. nomination on the prohibitionticket. JoI"ebn.GeoIIIetry.G..mmu...c borne. With or employment tbe Tablet to Home lean Rhetoric.Study Bookkeeping.Leuou Literature.,Arithmetic au need HitturyPhysic.Latin.etc. n olc ,1 1 ": FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG COMPANY,

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; ". "Incendiary Circulars I Going Rounds lit Matrimonial Tangle In I A Golden Ruleof 1 NOTICE I:; HEREBV GIVES THAT THE In compliance with the laws ol Fiend, cap

Southern Russia. Which Bostor ( intend to apply to the Gover- ter section u, and baring given
Man Is I Involved. Agriculture: nor of the state of Florida at Tallahassee VOTICE' Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE nO 41 required io the OcaU banner a. 0.
New Yor*. April 5.-Among the New }Florida on the iSlh day'ol Apnl A. I). 1904. for the undersigned, will apply to his honor, final newspaper published in Ocala Fri4;
anonymous circulars said Orleans, April 7.-Seeking tc Be good to }"ourland and your crop Letters Patent on the proposed Charier heretoattached W. S. Bullock.judge ot the circuit coon lor the the Board of County Commissioners to
to be: going straighten will be good. Plenty of the original of which is now on file in 5th judicial circuit of Flonda four weeks after Manon county Florida, have Um the lab day
the rounds in various southern Russian I out the matrimonial tangle the office ot the secretary ot stite of the State of the publication of this notce. tor the approvaland ot ACril. A. D 19 designatethe CJtlowinfdistricts
in endorsement ot following proposed and estab'.UheJ:
Which Laurence Florida at Tallahassee Florida. changed
centers and S. Sanborn
igainst which the ol charter toWit. election diitncu and voting places

government has issued stringent meas Boston, is a-meshed lawyers from flosS Potashinthefrrtulizerspellsquality PROPOSED CHARTER OF CRYSTAL RIVER OH .l riJjoUi,7904. county and state a follow: i .1

ures for the maintenance of peace and ton are here today engaged in look RA.II.ROAD COMPANY.The ARTICLE I. Election District No. S. with voting pUce atSummertietd
do th The of this shall be Kla.bounded a follow*:
,. undersigned hereby associate m- name corporation "The
order is one quoted in a Times di* ing up th erecords of the case. selves together as a Body Corpoiate. under theprovisions Brothers and Sisters of Charity" Number i, of Commence at the northeast corner of Mi
from Vienna t. ol the statute laws of the State of Marion county, Florida 3lownihii7souih. range 11 east thenc
patch in part as follows! Local counsed are to be engaged in and quantity in the harvest. Honda aud do publish the following Articles otIncorporation west to northwest corner of o, thence

"Satan, who has assumed the shaps an effort to have Write us and : ARTICLE II. south to southwest corner of section 6, thcicr
the second marriageof west to northwest corner of section u. township -
of the Jews. continues we will send you, q ARTICLE I. The general nature of the business is to be
to disturb out : Sanbora :J Miss Gerda Ohlsen, 01 free, by next mail, The name ol this Corpora.urn shall be CmsTAL benevolent chantable work. attending the sick. 17,of range tt, thence thence south to the southwedcorner ...
section west north
home our Holy' burying the dead and those need 34. t
Russia. assisting in
Behind I winning KULK RAILWMD COMPANY The principal
Sweden :
the our
set aside. Sanborn married money who are members of this association, and corner of section 26, thenc south county line,
Jews ourfoes at home books.OE8V.IM. place of business ol this corporation shaU be ab thence to of
east corner section
stand innumerable .. Miss the from viscious lives $4.
under the at ucala Marion Flonda. with such \J.otec
\ representationthat county township range 23. north on
KALI 08KS 17.
Jews abroad : Mia
in alliance with theunbelievers he was branch: offices as may be adopted by the Board tion line to the place beginning.
t single though he had pre Nt w\3T4-M Nissat St. 01 Directors. ARTICLE II!.

the English, Americans Ylously wedded in Brooklyn, N. Y. orAia'jta.22 ARTICLE IL Membership.Members may be received Election District So 13 with voting place at
and Japanese. Sc.Broad SI. who are 01 good character and standing aad Pedro described a>;ollowl:
Before the papers were signed, the The general nature of the business to be trans are elected by a majority vote at any staled Commence at northeast corner of section i 6
"Godless England and usurious first Mrs. acted by this Corporation shalt be to construct township 17. range 11 east thence run west
entered a dramatic maintain and operate a railroad from a point oa meeting. ARTICLE IV northwest corner of section 14. ia township I?

America threaten us and wish Japanto protest in Judge Downing's court. The Crystal Kuer. at or near a place called Crystal, The term for which this shall south,range 21 east thence south to county, line,
tear us down., but danger in t.ltruSCUUllty. Flonda, to the town ot Duun- corporation exist thence east to corner of section 34.
lies at next day Judge Downing affixed his elton in Marion county Florida; the length of is ninety-nine (99) years. township 17 s'>utti, range a east, thenc norta

home. The peril is with the Jews signature, and Sanborn and his first such railroad so to be constructed, maintained: ARTICLE V. to northeast corner of section 27. west to
who drink and operated as near as may be. is Fifteen northe-t corner oi section 27, thence north to
our children's blood. poison wife left the city, subsequently turning miles ana the counties of the state of Florida Names aud residences of the subscribers-The place of beginning.
our youth's with which said railroad intended to be names and residences of the incorporators are
foul through is
and Election District No. with
pernicious at
in San 24 place
up Antonio, where Mrs. made. are the counties of Citrus and Marion. 8 follows: voting

ideas and over-throw the pillars Slnborn'a3 painfully hurt in a run This corporation shall have the right underits William Ella Beau regard,Shady Fla.Grove. Fla. Dunuellou, dCcb Dorthe bounded corner al section follows1*,

of our holy state corporate name to hold and;enjoy such real Couningham. Oala.
;. and faith. away accident. and Maria Addiscn \ Fla. township 16. range 19 el thence run west to
and be
personal (
property as may necessary
"Against this hundred-headed of bUilding. Jane Glmp, Ocala, Ha.achariah the county line on county line t
hydra Miss Ohlsea's proper lor the uses and purposes .
whereabouts are un / Oh' OcaU. Fla. the Withlacoochee river, thence east
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this venomous reptile, we must battle. o known. maintaining, and operating its railroad, usaioresaid meanderings of said river to the east boundaryof
CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARYFOR and shall have power to surveylocate, ARTICLE section 7, in townsdip 17, lath, range i
; Death to the Jews! The first Mrs. Sanborn is said to be consiiuct bUild.maintain,equip and operate a Managing Officers-This corporation shallhave east thence north on section line t place of
MARION COUNTY.'IRTt"E railroad line irom or near a place called Crystal .
with her mother-in-law in Massachu.setts. ou Crystal river, in Citrus county Florida. to a managing officers a president,\'ice beginning.
: BOYS PLAY WITH the town of Dunnellon, in Marion county, president, a secretary. a treasurer and a chap Election District No. 2S, with voting at
i Florida. lam, who shall be elected by a majority Levon, bounded and described I 10Uo.
I 1)V \ OF THE ACTION OF THE The said corporation under its corporate name a stated annual meeting, aud shall hold office Commence at the northeast corner of section

I .I_) Democratic State Executive Committee on shall have the right to ,purchase, have until disqualified. 0 2.in township 17, range 22,east thenc ran west
At Result Three Will and the order of the Democratic accept
Die; One Is LOST POWER Or SPEECH. Jan. 22. 1904. real to the northwest corner of 4. to.
hold lease and ,
any property per.
S Executive Committee of Marion there convey ARTICLE VIL
county, south 21 east, thence south to the
Crippled for Life. sonal or mixed, which may be necessary to ship 17 range
will held on the The names of the officers of the of in
construct, maintain and ale said raIlroad. o corporation luthwet corner 9, township IT
Salt Lakes Utah, April 5.-As a re Efforts to Teach Man 30: Years Old to Ti at A day nf 'lal1901., aud have power and right to borrow money are a followS William JSeauregard President; luth, range 22 east thence east to the southeast

suIt of playing with powder and match. Talk. a primary election in each precinct in the county and to issue bonds fur same, sccuicd: by a mortgage Ellxa Cunningham \'tc.preident; Maria Addison corner of said 9, thence south to south
Secretary; Jennie Glynip, Treasurer west corner of section 22. thence east Io the
during the hours fixed by law for holding upon any or all ol its said property and ;
S es three boys will die and one will ba New tOt, April 5.-Elorts are b* elections lor the nomination bi the following to erect such buildings depots aud shops and Zachanah Glymp, Chaplain. southeast corner of section 23, thence north _

for candidates for office to be voted for at the such machinery and do such other with section line to point of beginning,
w cripple life. The fatally InS mg made in a Newark, N. J., hospita' general operate ARTICLE VIIL
election to be held on November 8, 1904. things in accordance with the laws ot Florida Election District No.14. with voting place at
jured are: to teach a nan of :CO years to talk. One candidate for United States Senate. relating to railroad corporations as it may deem altered The by-laws of this corporation shall be made. Orange Springsbounded and described a* fol
Walter Bushnell. The One candidate for congress (first district.) proper tor its advantage and benefit. It shall or by a commte appointe lows
subject lost hs faculty <>J One candidate for justice of the supreme ha\e all the rights, and be subjected to aU the by a majority of members reglar m.tetng. Commence at the intersection of east boundary i

: Joseph Hill.] speech through a blow oa the head delivered court for full tenn of six years. liabilities as are provided in sub-chapter 5 of ARTICLE IX of section 24, township it soutn. range 24
: Three candidate for justice of the supreme Revised Statutes ol the State of Flonda, and the Indebtedness-The highest amount of indebtedness eat with the Ocklawaha river, thence south to
Archie McBride all
S ; aged from 14 to by thugs.: Words of one syl court. laws amending the same. which this corporation can assume at $ corner of section 30, in township

.. 16 years. I .ble are spoken to him and he is madeto one candidate for governor. It shall have power for the express purposeand any tie. is ( 12 south, range 24 east, thenc west t the
One candidate for secretary of state. exclusive use fur general business ot the 15.00X southwest corner of 31. township it
Seriously injured, Albert Leveridge.The repeat them until they come trippingly One candidate for attorney general. corporation to construct and build docks south,range east. thence north to the north-
The amount in value of the which 2
boys left their home : from his One candidate for comptroller wharves, elevators and bridges, or to lease the rel estate west corner section 31,thence west to ntrtn-
in Provoin tongue. He is being tins hold .
One candidate for treasurer. same; to purchase,construct and Opel ate Marine corporation may b$5.( west corner ol section 35.in township 12 south
a wagon for a day's outing in the carefully led from speaking inge: One candidate for superintendent of public Hallways and Railroad Terminals at any Witness our hands and seals thI ; day ot range 23.thence south to the southwest frlt
instruction. its said line of railroad where it February A. D. of thence the -
point upon 1904 section 25, west to luth wtt corner :
canyon. They carried a quantity ol words to putting the words; together One candidate for commissioner of agricul.ture. may be necessary to give it transportation and WILLIAM BEUEGUDL of section township 12, range 13 thrc C

.- black powder and 22 caliber car. into sentences and it is expected that generally to have all the power and rights as ELLA.CtSISGHA1: .. north to waters of Orange Lake nce
One candidate for railroad commissioner.One are given to railroad corporations and shaU be MARIA ADDISS !L.S meanderings of said lake to Orange Crett
: tridges in their pockets. One of the in a few months he will be able to candidate for adjutant general. subjected to all liabilities as provided under the Juce GL\MP L. SZAcuaatau thence with meandering of Orange Creek and

boys placed some of the powder on the talk as well as would be expected oi One candidate for state chemist. laws o! Honda, relating to same. GLYMP ,. S. Ocklawaha rver of blDig.
One candidate for judge circuit courth fifth State of Florida
seat and touched a match to it. The I a normal child of three or four year judicial circuit. ARTICLE III. Marion Couuty.}' Fort Election McCoy District, bounded Xo.and 13.desrib.vtn, place allow at:

S flash ignited the powder in the of age. Two candidates lor members of house of rep The amount Capital Stock authorized. shall Commence on east 13. ia
Po'ck'i resentatives.One be Fifty Thousand Dollars, divided into 500 Before me personally came Zachanah Glymp, ai. on the north side of the
township 14 range
ets cf the boys, and their clothing was The man was assaulted two month candidate for county judge. shares of the par value of Jtoo per share; the one of the sublbr.to the foregoing Charter, Ocklawaba ri\'er. thence run north to the

completely burned from their bodies. ago. At the hospital a fracture ol One candidate for sheriff same shall be nouassessable and shall be paid and who me known and known tome northeast corner of section 36. in township u
One candidate for assessor(>f taxes. for in lawful money ofthe I'niled Mates when to be the person who signed the same and south range 23 east thence west to northwest
the skull made it necessary to remove One candidate for collector of taxrs. issued ten per cent. ol the Capital Stock hasbeen duly acknowledged before me that he signed corner of section 35,thence south to the south

GIVES FORTUNE AWAY. two inches of bone which Due candidate for county superintendent of subscribed and paid for.ARTICLE and executed the said Charter, together with west corner Of section 35. thence west to the
square pressed public instructionOne the other subscribers whose names
appear northwest corner of section 6, ia township I J,
on the brain. Tie operation wa candidate tor clerk circuit court. IV. thereon ; ani he further makes oath that it is range 23. thence south to the southwest corner

Miser Ridley Decided That It Was One candidate for covuty treasurer The term for which this Corporation shall intended in good faith to car out the. purposes of section ia, thence east to the northeast core
a entirely successful. but althouga the One candidate for surveyor and objects set forth .
enst shall be uinety-mue (99) year ner of sUon 30. thence south to the southwestcorner
Disgrace to Die Rich. man evidently could think as wel' One canuiddte for supervisor of registration. ZACHARIAH. GLYMP. of section la. in township 14 range
One candidate for county commiioner in ARTICLHV.The Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th thence east to 'the Qcklawaha river. 3J
New Market, Mass. April 7.-Clark as formerly he could not frame vocal and lor each commissioners district.
business of this corporation shall be con day of March, A. D. 1904. with meanderings of said river to point of beginning.
One candidate for member of board of
Ridley, having reached the age of 85, expressions or write.; Alter all efforts public instruction ;n and for each county district ducted by a 1'resident secretary and Treasurer [Seal] Public JOHN E.BULEY. .
for of .
Notary State Florida. LONG
has decided that it of the doctors had One candidate for justice of the in and and General Manager (more than cue office tie \
is futile.
a disgrace to die for each district. may be filled by tile same person). end by aBoard My commission expires November 15. i9o. .. Attest; Chra. .Co.Com.

rich and announces that he will at the nurses took up the method described One candidate for constable In and for each of Five Directors,to be elected annuallyby 4 &l S.T. SISTRCN K, Clerki 4.1 *1ADMINISTRATORS'
the stockholders and Irom which Bonrd _.
once give all his property to deserving and report rspid! progress.:; ustice Hive candidates riibtnu.i for presidential electors. shall be elected the pre-ideiit secrrtary and -------

persons of his own selection. Already Four candidates for delegates at large to treasurer; all of whom shall be stockholders NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
national convention. aud shall be elected by tOt stockholders at their
I ,, he has disposed of three houses C'JEZR;; :: CUIT FJLCD.Woman Two candidates for district delegates to national auuualnieriing. which shall be held at Ocala

and lots, and says he has several left, con venti'n. Florida on the first Monday! ol May,ot each creating a special Tax school District at Department of the Interior. Land Office at a
Thirteen candidates for members at large of 'ear.
together with other property valued at Wants: Divorce Because Husband state committee. William X. Camp shall be President Clarence Anthony. Gainesville, VIa April 4, 19.

Smokes a Pipe. One candidate for couuty member of state Camp shall be becietary and Treasurer, and RC I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AX 13 HEREBY O.IVEN THAT TUB
$15,000. committee. Camp shall be General Manager. election will be held Anthony.. Marion NOTICE named seltUr hal filed notice

Ridley has been known for many Xe\r York. April 5.-Suit for divorce One candidate for member of nut lnal committee William N, Camup.CIateUceCamp, R.C.Camp I county Florida. between the hours of"& o'clock of his intention to make commutation proof
Jack Camp and Frank Drake shall constitutethe 0 and undovvn of in support ef his clum. and that said
5- years as a miser. He lived alone in np.s baca instituted by ;Mrs.Vilkin Foi ttate contention for formulating plat- Board of Directors. All of stud officers shall Tlt&IY. _IVI'il! fth, A. D. :y f, w-11 be made before Clerk Ciicuit .pro

a hut half buried in the ground, his ::en. wii-j cf a Paterson N..J., silk; mill f,rm. be the continued in un'il office the to conduct election the and business qualification of. for the purpose of creating a special tax school Xala, Fla.,on

only relatives being two sisters in 'v.nsr, on the grounl that her bus platform.Auainst state convention for formulating company ol their succe"sois. to be elected at the first district to U. known a the Anthony SpecialTax 3ay U,19. C

ut-der the prousicnsof this Ar- School District the above said district to viz C. Jenks EcCraney. Higley, Fla.. H
election held :
bum All candidates shan flle their
C widely separated parts of the coun persists in sr.okin a pipe de.ptt'rs county aoplicatloiis ticle. include the following described territory: 32089 f for the northwest quarter of souih <
.5 ticket .
fact that :a: hereditary trait maLes with tot placing their names en primary The north half of township 14 south range 22 quarter section 2. township 17 south, range
k Samuel K. Pyles. chairman. accompanied ARTICLE VI. <
; east. and the south half of sections 31,32,33.34,
j try."The u-.iauco smoke obnoxious: to her. and with their assessment fixed :'y county commit a11ollutofiudd'teduess or liabilityto and 36 ol township ,and haif 25 east.lie
rich men give property to some The highest 35 13, range2t suth names the following witnesses to t'tove I
'..:1! zl. her will-power cannot hak E tee.A I which this company can at any tune subject of section 31 township 13 range 23.and sections his eontmmiu.'us residence upon aid cultiiatiua
secoad will be held the 7th
institution said. "That not primary on day
he is
itselt.shall be the m of Fifty Thousand Dollars 6, 7 and Is. of township 14 range 23. And to of said lauc.viz:
.5 fit tha illness that follows the inhala of June. 1004 to choose! between the highest ($50.ooo). elect three trustees of said special tax school
really a deed of charity. I have seen candidates whose nominations !'hallilot have dl Arthur K Uinon, of E meratda. F.:.
ARTICLE VII. -trct. and to fix the rate of miliage to be Charles, F. Waterman of Stanton, Fla.: Charles
of smoke
tca been made first
majority vote at
the failure of their way of giving, by a primary. \ said special school district for the
55 ta K. Waterman, of Stanton Fla. J.Kjls .
1 ho-e. and only those! persons shall be permitted The names ofthe sub-cribin incorporators to next ensuing two Benjamin
S.- and have tried to mend it. If a mall Sre bays her mother was affected to becoTe candidates before or to vote at or '' these articles of incorporation are as tolious, Qualified electors years.at said election are all regis of Higley, \v. (.. ROBISsON,

has something to give he :.. tr.c same w.y.Tl.ECP.HI'. panicinatf in the management of the primary and their p'aces of resilience with the ainouut tered and qualified voters of said who 4 S jieguter
got ,
S election who are -white democratic electors of stock subscribed aid paid fur by each, is set pay a tax on real aud pro dilrict. .
should give it to somebody that will n ho declare their adherence to the principles opposite each ol their names The following persons have been
: ; 3HEVITIES.:: and organization of the democratic party. I SHARES OF inspectors and clerk I). A. Smith appointe. NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. :
appreciate it and do them some good. national. state and county. who are, by the I NAME.; RESIDENCE.: C\1-ITU- and H.D. Forbes inspectors; and H.E. Lamb,
laws of the state lawful electors of the election i STOCK clerk

An und r.vetr n'H. to cost $150.000, district in which they offer to vote. who have W. N. CAMP..._....Ocala. Fl.flda..200 By order of the Board of Public Instruction, ( N THE 4FH \OF AUGUST. 1904, THf
TO FUND FLOATING DEBT. first paid their poll taxes legally due not less I CLARENCE IP. Ocala.Florida......_ 25 the bth day of March. '.1 undersigned 1.m present her
decides to r.from Cohoes, N. Y. than ten ihusbeforethe primary election. and JACK C.UIP.Ocala, Florida........... io 1904. G SCOTT. vouchers with Hon. K. Bullcck. county judge

tO Couhts.lE: : ; who shall, when challenged by any elector. FRANK" DRAKE...Ocala, Florida........... 5 Attest, Chairman.W. and ask for a final settlement and discharge a
C. B. &. Q. Road Makes New Bond Issue > pledge in writing abide by the result of the it. C. CAMP..Ocala Flonda.-_...... inState D CARS, Secretary [timhjtl administratrix of the estat cf Julia P. Johnson .
!N2gn.es beat two r.tficers at James primary) aud vote for nominees thereof. deceased,this 4th day of February. igu. .
S : of $14,000,000. The registration books in each precinct open of Flonda i FRANCES A. HOW&EAdministratrix
New York; April 7.-Directors of the City, X. C., anJ :i serious riot was on March 19. 1904. and close April :6. ;uo. County of Marion. ) 25 lem 6m ,

and Quincy railroad threatened fcr a time. The following persons were named as inspec I I hereby certify that before me personally NOTICEOf
p Chicago, The: annual netting of the Good) toys 'I appeared Villiam X. Clarence tamp. NOTICEfOTICE .
Issued new bonds aggregates Ocala Box i. T. D. I.ancasterJ. Williams Jack Camp. it. C. Camp. an: Drake, each
Rr.ads association. has begun at Newurieans. and <' I.. Itittinger. to me well known to be tne and persons Applicatiol for Tax Deed rnder Section S of
S $14,000,000\ which will be used, accord .... .. I sub-imbed his and their names to the foregoing
float ---. Ocala Box 2. L. S. Beck. W. 0. VTaid and F. articles of incorporation, and each cf Chapter 4Ss4 Laws of Florida. \ IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL
to fund the
ing to The Herald, \"orCarolina at the close of the V. Lrarcngood.Keddick. I them, severally lor himself, did acknowledgebefore I VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. D. 1\ on September uth. 1904. present to Hoa
ing debt and short term obligationsof M. II. Ron, \\. S. Steu man and f. me that he signed the said articles of incorporation 5' Robertson, purchaser ol Tax Certificate Xo. Robert Bullock,county judge in and fur Marion 'l
incurred in making present legal complications! will leas P. Billmgsley. a a subscribing incorporator of 664 dated the 4th day of November. A. I.,. 1)195, county, Florida my accounts and vouchers far
the company, the State Read. Flemingtou. \\'. D. Mathews. I. L. Beck and said Articles Incorporation aud as said subscribing has filed said certificate in ins office and has final settlement as administiator ot thl late
general improvements during the last W R. Dreher. Incorporates did acknowledge that he made application for tax deed to is.ue in accordance of H, M.Henderson. dpceas.lnd .
The twenty-third annual session ol had subscribed for the amount of Capit-I stock with law sam certificate embraces a final discharge as Dated
two years. Cotton Plant. Xewcomb Barca J. L. Miller set opposite hs name. the tollowirg described property situated lu this March u, 1904.
The nE'issue will bear interest at the Knights of Honor assembles inNew and J. L Hudgens. I fuiiher certify that mv commission as notary Marion coumy. Florid to-wir: W. T. HEXUERSOV. Admr.3116m .

Orleans. Komeo. J. B. McGehee W. H. Guj'Ifoyle andJ. public expires oa the 6th day cf July. A. D. Southwest southwest quarter of Estate of };. M.Henderson, Deceased.
the rate of 4 per cent and is understood J. Turner. 1905. northwest quarter.section township 14.range I
in the suffrage case oi )
Argument I have hereunto set my
to be secured by the Illinois di- Camp Izard. V. A. Ross. J. A.. Thomas and lavv.tnessvvnereol 22,
William S. Selden and others, versus w. Jordan. baud and affixed my official seal, th s the math The sid land being assessed at the date of NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALF.
visional mortgage.The day of March A. D. 1904.KealJ the issuance of s'ich certificate in the name of
redeemed Governor Montague, of the State ol I Shady Giove. J. M. Douglass, J. IL J. Counts ): T. E.BIGGS Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed I AND BY VIRTUE OP A DECREE

bonds may be on any Virginia was continued in the United aDd l' J.Barnes.SummerfieM. Notary Public State of Florida at Large.. according to law. lax deed will issue UNDER red bv the Hon. Willi.- 5 Bullock,

S interest day after July 1, 19 i3, at par J. E. Branch, S. X Dillard thereon on the 2oth day of April. A. D.1904. judge 01 the Circuit Court of the 5th Judicial
for all bonds States supreme court :yesterday by At and J. \V Davis. Stated Florida ) Witness my official signature and seal this the Circuit in and for Marion county in chancery

; and accrued interest torney General Anderson and F. t'. Lake weir. J. L. Carney, J. S. Driggers and Marion Count}.) l"th day of March. "D. lq. in a cause pending therein and which Land 1
bearing interest at a less rate than T. C. Freeman. Before me personally appeared William X. SISTPUXK. Mortgage Bank of Florid Limited of England
Christian, both of whom contended for Clarence Camp. JacK Camp. K. C Camp ISm Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. is complainant and Swennre et a!! are
3% per cent and at 103: and accrued Moss Bluff J- C. PiUans \V. X. Jackson and C1P. Drake a raajonty of the subscnbers ; defendants, said decree on the 311day
of the clause o1 .
suffrage Martin.Crahaniville.
Win. E.
interest for all bonds at a rate not the validity to the above proposed charter who being duly of March. A. D. 1904. I wil ofe for sale to
the new state constitution.The L. M. Graham J. B. Griggf sworn by me. each upon his oath did state that NOTICE the highest and best bidders at PI'II
less than 3% per cent Arrangementshave and T. W. Kandall. they constituted a majority of the subscribers to outcry, before the court house door (south, ,aOl .I

S been made for the sale of all the house Judiciary committee halt Springs. \V Williamson, X P. Fry the lolertices of Incorporation oi Crystal Marion county, }loria. between he
heard the protests of newspaper men and W. C. McKae.. and that it is intended hour of I a. m. and 2 p. I the first Monday -
> issue to bankers here. faith to maintain and operate VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE in May. ,
l4COOOOi Fort McCoy. J. W. Stevens, K. L. Barnes and in good conttruc I" executors and executrix
against the alleged unjust prices put Charles Bayl'es.Orange the railroad said W. N.propostd CA P.CLAREXCJ charter.. I' respectively eudcrsigued.the as estate of John F. Dunn, de to-ir: Mail iiul. A. D. 1904- i

DIE BY FLAMES. on newspaper by the two big paper Springs. W. G. Meggs Frank Jor. CAMP. ceased will on'ititr'1i.p the following described property ia Marion

FIVE companies. dan and L L. Meggs. K C.- .-; tie *l liny itj July A. D. igol county. Flond.to-wit.north The IDtbwe-quarter f
of northeast: quarter: b.1 of Ithro.
Twenty corporations at Fall River, Linadale. C. A. IcCralle}. J. B. Booth andG. JACK CAMP apply to the county judge of Marion county, quarter and northe quarter .
Columbia Hall Building at Mt. Vernon H. Drawdy. FRANK DRAKE. Flonda.at Ocala Fla. for the purpose of making : of 3, township 15 south.range it
controlling 65 print mills have agreedto and subscribed before me this uth day final settlement their accounts and for I quarter se.in
of Holocaust. Citra. Stewart Barney, M. A. Rice and R. K. Sworn east 166 acres more or le.also
N. Y., Scene shut down two days each week for Wartmann. ol March, A. D. 1904. final discharge. southwest quarter of northwest quarter sec -j

Mount Vernon, N. Y., April 7.-Five Anthony. J. R. Wilder. C. C. Priest sr.,and T. E. BIGGS H. G, DUNN, ton 22. in township 15 south range 21 east.
and another is d>, an indefinite time. W. U. Hamilton. [Seal] Notary Publc. W. A. HOCKER, south half of northeast quarter ol section
persons are dead Executors. 21, in township 15 south, range 21 east contain
in the
feature senate -
The yesterday -
Martin. William Knoblock F. M. Townsendand -- --- --- -
ALICE E. LAW. heretofore 1.
the result of a fire that occurred ing 90 acres excepting thirty acre
tag as was the speech of Senator Morgan Mr.Ltviagston, sr. 1 25 Executrix. conveyed cr much thereol as may be necessary -
today in the Columbia hall attacking the new Panama Ca. Stanton. Alex: Wynne, R. G. Allaop and H. C. NOTICEOf tosatisy said final decree and C. of IUIt. t
sheathed three-storj Morrison. JOSEPH
building, a which he claims only NOTICt. I Special Master in Chancery,
in Wilson place. nal company, Blitchton.;. L Ferguson. J. H. Wilson and 4
structure has lessee rights. W. B. Rawls. Application for Tar Deed Under Section 8of t

The dead are: Crown Prince Frederick William, ot Belleview. J. L. Whisnant J. N. shedd andJ. Chapter 4SSS, Laws of Florida. In the Circuit Court of Marion County Fifth NOTICfc.I7K. .

Frey 66 years old. .D. Pope. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Z. C. .
Nathan Kv OTICE Judicial Circuit of Florida.-In Chanctry.Wtlliain
old. Germany, is to visit Copenhagen on Mclntosh. J. K.Christian. W.M. Gist aud J. LChambUss, purchase of tax certificateNo.

Isador Frey, 12 years the birthday of King Christian, _but on B. Burney. tors dated the 5th day of Apnl A.D. Knoblock, Complainant. vs. Brantley \ THE UNDERSIGNED QUALIFIED 1'v

Helen Frey, 9 years old. Pedro, H. R. Shaw, ".'ir. H. Proctor and R. J. 1802, and certificate 1502 of iSoS, A. Weathers and Marion J. Weathers '' voters, who pay a tax on real or personal 1
old. the express condition that he see u e Perry. has filed said certificates in my office, and Defendant property will on the

Henry Frey, 3 years one of the Caaiberland princesses Dunnellou. W. J. Mixson D. G. Watkins has made application for tax deed to issue in AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL First Monday in Hay, t
embracethe 19
old. a cous with law. Said certificates
:'!. Gussie Dohring. 10 years whose father snubbed the kaiser. and H. J. Keen. accordance following described property situated in UNDER rendered by the judge of the Circuit present this petition to the Board Instruction

In of Mrs. Rebecca: Frey. Candler. J. X.:Marshall W. R. Caldwell and Marion county Florida Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in of Marion county, Florid.asking the
Rebecca Frey, Prince Sophia of Lippe, wife of Ed CaldwelL Northwest quarter ot taw\ quarter of the abovt stated cause dated jist day cf March, said board to call an purpose atcreating j

\' The injured: Mrs. Prince Frederick Waldemar, of Lippe, Sparr. Lee Grantham W. D. Eminisor and southeast quarter.section 27,tow nship 15 range A. D. 1904, wherein William Knoblock Weathers is complainant and- a special tax school district lobe known
and A.
and facer Brantly Tax School District
head Graharaville Special
of as the
f'.5 dying; Mrs. Asa sister-in-law or J. Lovell. ai. and in southeast corner norb.et Is Weathers are I will, described
Shea Marion
is dead. a Grant township J. deenant a and to include the following territoryAll
of G. A. 15 .
burned. not dangerous; Mrs. Louise Eureka. R. \\'. Holliday, P. Milligan and acres Pel Special Masterappomted si dee of the south half of township 14 tooth

overcome by smoke. Karl Alexander the fifth prince ot G. D. Hogans. 21.The said lands being assessed at the date of to execute the same.offer and expose sale, range 23 east, and sections 6 and 7 of township

J Lavigne, Lippe. Levon C. F. Plllans.T. K. slaughter and J. the urjance ot such certificates in the name of and wi 15.range 24. and all of township 15 and range f"-
LtGare. Alex. Clayton and William McCartney .Un Ike getuml MII A. D, *)HJ. 23 lying; north of Silver Spring run and east o
nationalist II dal"
Tep" Thomas mem .
Next ,
Passed to certificates shaU be redeemed according house in the Ocklawaha river except sections ;
Fairfield. J. A. Thomas J. B. DeVore and less said in front of the tuth dor (3 14
Frankfort, Ky.. April 6.-The cases ber of parliament for the west division J. A. Jonesjr. to law. tax dee will issue thereon on the 910 the city of Ocala. Marion cunty. Florida.with- 24.W.25,H.26 and Mason.36.T W Randall. W. A. Counts L.

of \V S. Taylor, John Powers and of Cavan. Ireland is dead at MatteL J. ai. T.Carter, W. L. Seckmser and day of AprA. .I9Gl signature and seal this the I in to the'the legal highest hours and of sale best bidder public for cash outcry,the M.Graham. P. Z. Wellnorner. R. P. Lon?. I.

M. P. Frink. \. D. said U.Smilh R.W. Wing-ate C. W. MilU K L
charged with complicity Cavan. stb day of property described m decree as
Charles Finlay Kendrick. C. C. Pnest, jr.. E. C. JJcLeod .arb 19.SISTRUXK mortgaged to-wit Those certain parcels or Mills. E.J Johnson. I. E'iial.A Long,

in the murder of William Goebel and G. B. ChappelL i umbstj Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. VIa, lots follows of land : lying and bing 1Ie in the j. W.Snell W. P. Yooran, Cha Y. Mason,

in the Franklin circuit The said inspectors shall canvass returns for city of Ocala. Marion cunty, Florid. known W. C. Wel P,T. Randall 4'

, were called ADMINISTRATRIX. NOTICE TO CRED precincts in which they are appointed and turn and deb lots ,9 i 9. Gat"1
) court today and passed to the over ballot box to member of Democratic Executive : ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Addi U said city l pr NOTICE 5
:; Coulton also charged ITORS. Committee for such precinct. dition recorded in plat A"on page 43, of -
t- term. W. H. The Democratic Executive Committee will the public records of Marion county, Flonda, A.E. Delouest administrator with will annexed

.- ''k with complicity, failed to appear, and convene at court house in Ocala May 1-4. 1904. together with all and singular the tnement of Ed. Delouest gives notice that oa the

declared forfeited. Judgment NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES TO CRED- (and if second primary on June u, 1904) at it IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDI- hereditaments and appurtenances tbeeunt 12 day of Sppfentfrr. iw,
his bond was legatees distributees and all persons o'clock to returns oi the county.By NOTICE claims against belonging or s much thereof a may
a. m.. canvass all persons having he his accounts and vouchers
until demands the of said decree costs, present t t
matter was suspended having claims or against estate sufficient to satisfy cbage wi
; ; : In the F. Edwards deceased, to present the order of the state democratic executive the estate of Mary E. Hick. deceased pre and expenses, as pro judge final settlement and ask
tomorrow, when his attorneys are Jonn Mime within two years 01 they will be barreJ committee and Marion county democratic execUtive sent same wtbiu two years or they will be barre commissions discharge. Thin ah day of :March. 1004.
23rd. rde. A E DELOUEST
f This
of committee. February R. B BrLLOCLCompiuinantsSOlicltaT
answer. this the 3rd day February. 1004. W. W. CLYATT. BlU"OlD,
make Administrator Etc
, t expected to DOLLY C. EDWARDS. SAMCEL it PYLE3.Chairman. Administrator. il Special Master. 3 I em 6m
J -. 256t Administratrix. JOaN M. GRAHAM, secretary. 41 i jS St
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"I Simple Simon met a lawyer. ......
Just at close of day,
r Said Simple Simon to the lawyer, ,.
Vhither.air,away?" -.......
Said the lawyer to Simple Simon
"Homeward first,you k now, I
But tonight,come what may I l JAKE
To the'Swap Party'I go." ; ABE I. BROWN & BRO.
Said Simple Simon to the lawyer,
r. "TVhat is this you say?
Tell me all about it,
And tell it quick,I pray." _
Said the lawyer fo Simple Simon .
r "It simply great, .
Come and go home with me, .
I'll tell you while you wait."
So the lawyer and Simple Simon.
Onward took their way. GROCERS
And to the lawyer's quickly came. :l :
Y Just at the close of day. ;
Said Simple Simple to the lawyer.
When the facts he knew; ---- :
"Truly I'll not miss the fun, --- ;.
I am going, too." ---

"Indeed Show Said Said the Simple me I lawyer haven't first Simon your to any.Simple money.to"the lawyer Sim o n., [ Have: ; Just Received a Large Comsignment of360'S i j i i>

Said the lawyer to Simple Simon. jiif
"Come I'll pay your fee. -
You surely too must share the joy,
a Come,now,and go with me." tJ
The moral friends yn clearly see Fancy Lemons 1 j J!
It is plainly this Mi
Don't f.11lto cometo the "Paity" i
Or a grand good time you'll miss. __ ..... i

Eulalee. Jeseph Denton EUellDenton.Mr. were A. Ettel quietly. and marrried Miss Hires Root Beer and Singer+ Ale, Also 1 1'J

Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at -
the home of the bride in Gainesville

Only the immediate members of the !
< 150 Bushels Clay Peas.
{ family witnessed the ceremony, \
which was performed by Her T. P.

Hay. .. .
Mr.and Mrs.Ettel left at 1 o'clock --- :

for forth Asheville Carolina and where other they will points spend in EE Supply Yourself as Quantity is limited and Prices Low while they last :

their honeymoon.Both -. i iI
of these young people are -41.J.
well known in Ocala and their friends --
here will be very much interested in .-....-
the news of their marriage. ---

Yielding Interesting to the to solicitation Voters. of We want Dealers in this- vicinity to do business 3

friends, which reach him in the shapeof .....
a largely signed petition,we un

derstand that Hou. E. L. Wartmann, with If need Groceries send
E us. want or
of Cif ra, hay given his consent to become you any 3
a candidate for a member of the
legislature from this county. This --

active means and that local there politics will be will some become tall ', us your orders, we ean fill them at as low a price as if,

hustling from now until the 10th of '

May in Marion county. I o4fI

:: Foley's Honey and Tar contains no | dealer Quality considered Our facilities for
opiates, and will not constipate like any 3
nearly all, other cough medicines. .....
. Refuse substitute Pustoffiee Drug '

Store.A startling Robbed incident the Grave.is narrated m by E handling the trade is being improved daily as well as 3 ,

John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as fol.
lows: "I was in an awful condition. I -

s I sunken My skin, tongue was coated almost, pain yellow continually eyes Stock and Variety increasing. Shipment of all goods 3

in back and sides, no appetite,
growing weaker day by day. Three --

my physicians was great advised jy had to, the uselElectric given first me bottle up.Bitters nude Then; to a I E made the same day order is received which insures E| ,

decided improvement. 1 continued .....
G .
their use for three werksand am nowa ...... .....

grave well man.of another I know victim.they "rohned No one the of fresh In addition
fcbould fail to try them. Ocly fifty g quick delivery goods. to a regular E|
cents. Guaranteed at Tydiugs & Co.sts. .
druh. m ...... .....

Important- ---DecisionLower -- ii Grocery Line we carry a full stock of ii.

....... -.
Insurance Rates to bt .
Given to Persons who do
not Drink Alcoholic :: Brooms

LiquorsBy ....... ......

a recent decision of one of the largest .
Water Pails
Insurance companies of the United
States,lower rates are to be given those ,
persons who do not indulge in the use of
intoxicating liquors. This is just,for .
itatistics from all sources show that theme :: 'I Cans =1
of alcoholic drinks always predisposes ,
to kidney troubles, and Bright' 0 --
Disease,*Diabetes and all other fatal kIdBey
diseases are far more frequent among
drinkers of beer and alcoholic beveragei Lamp Chimneys
than among those who do not Indulge ,
In them. ..
In a recent address before the Senate of
} the United States, Hon.J.H.Gallinger, E Mason's Fruit Jars. :
Senator from New Hampshire,gaw U:>
resulta of most thorough Investigations :. ..- .
made to ascertain the effects of beer drink. f' ---
ing upon the health and life of individ
: uals. Ha showed conclusively that almost Let us hear from you. 3
all cases of Bright'Disease were caused
.... __
t'.: : by beer drinking and that other fatal kidney ....._
troubles had the same origin as a rule.
0- -0
As probably a large majority of men
,p. drink beer it becomes a matter of great E Yours for more business
" : concern to know the best way of overcoming ,
f its effects upon the kidneys. There ii --
t nothing that will so quickly make the kid
neys right in these cases as FOLET'S KID-
I ; sat CCBB.If taken early It will cure every. A. BROWN & BRO.4:
; form of kidney trouble and even!n hopeless
cases It will give relief. It is ai hon .
preparation and can be relied upon to

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