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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Council and Mr. Camp's Fropo A Card of Thanks. -
r The Chimblisa Cattle Sila.If .1
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lmmmm"ltIlmmm"nnmmlmm"rmnmmmnmll sjtUn. We wish to extend sincere thanks
he had had the making of it
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: : A special meeting of the council ( to our neighbors and friends for tbeir

I Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap | Mr. Cbl.mbliss could not have selected was held Tuesday to report on the valuable assistance in saving part of I C1!

1. a more perfect day for his second proposition made by Col. W. N. Campto our furniture at the time of the loss I' .
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{ == Is good with any water, but is specially! ::::
Water. lOc 3 for 25c :: sale ot blooded cattle. purchase the electric ,light plant, of our home on Sunday.
or
n adapted for Hard ; I
a The which proposition was printed in full 'ro 'Chief Bull and his men for 11
h :::: The day was a perfect one. p pOur
' ::: :: in these columns at the time. heroic efforts to save the small frame ,
:. distance from the city was. just far
t F -- ---:. -- The committee, consisting of MessrsH. house which was finally accomplish' business was started I;
F enough to make the drive delightfuland
::: : 's -- A. Ford, J. M. Barco, B. A. ed.
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--- -- --- --- the distance, short as it was, Weathers and E. C. Smith, to whom To the boys in particular who la* very small but did not remain -
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-- J- showed the stranger som ething of the proposition WAS referred, submitted bored like men for hours with a nerve
I so-satisfaction .of ,II
, -_ :i\ what Florida really is. following report: that would have put some grown

: =-= loV lI -- The hills, fine rising gently above ,'Weconsiderit I inadvisable for the people to shame. Among those we customers made the change II
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to with either the electric '
another, the heavy growth of timber, city part -
... noticed were Adolph Dame, Harry
". I light the lighting franchiseto
plant or I I
the rich, black soil, the orange grove Cole, Ben Brings, Valmore Izlar,
I private parties.!
r- :-: I in the distance, the place selected for "Mr. Camp's proposition cannot, In Edwin Reardon, Frank Harris, Sam ...----._ .-. \

" -/ 11 -- the sale, between sloping grassy: hills, our opinion, be entertained as it is nota Barco and Tom Barnes i

-- --- -- : Sr wS under several umbrageous live oaks, proposition to purchase outright, To the good people of Ocala, for I

== i but to in the event tbat
; number that attended only purchase
the
large a
: he succeeds In bringing water power their expressions of sympathy, kind MUNROE&CHAMBLISSF H [ [ !
STORE. 1 ladies all
i POSTOFFICE DRUG part of whom were from the Withlacoochee river which otters of assistance and shelter.

I to make the sale a memorable -
conspired
MR. AND MRS. J. M. MEFFERT.
he him tel( uncertain of being
: i seems
I Prescriptions receive careful attention. :::
( BANKERS ;:: .iI ,
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-- one. II
. ---- -- -- able to accomplish, as he provides for Robbed the Grave.A .

," -- The barbecue and burgoo also was a the city taking the plant off his startling incident is narrated by II Ocala= Florida

t liU1UUUU1UUjUnlnH1HllnulUluunU1HUUU1U1Ullnuu feature that will long be rememberedand I I hands again if unsuccessful in, thts John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follows I

... was a picture RS pretty as a May :I attempt. : "I w&sin an awful condition. !,
-- "The undesirability of parting My skin was almost' yellow, eyes tJrotr tom11.

day picnic. ........ ..
temporarily with the ownership of - -- -
sunken, tongue coated, pain continually -
On the grasey slopes, under the the at this time T.E.BIGGS. _
plant particular in back and sides!, no appetite,
grateful shade of the trees, was seated when we are preparing to put it in a growing weaker day by day. Three ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. a

i David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE groupes who were served with a dinner thorough state of efficiency seems too physicians had given me up. Then I (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)

evident to need demonstration" OCALA, FIXDRIDA.
palatable for any one with an was advised to uselElectric Bitters; to

my grE'atj..y, the first bottle made a It I>. PL'IIiK-
LANDS. appetite whether dainty or rapacious.The Change In the Northern and Southern _
decided improvement. 1 continued
dinner consisted of splendidly DENTIST.Over .
Lumber Company. their use for three weeks and am nowa
Monroe&Cbambbu Bank Ocala,FU.T .
barbecued beef, mutton and pork, Mr. E. C. Welsh has purchased the well man. I know they robued the

bread, pickles, cake, pie and burgoo.Mr. Interest of Mr. D. W. McLaury in the grave of another victim." No one M. THOMPSON.:...
wish to sell -
lands
:, If have any phosphate you or should fail to them. Only fifty'
you Charley Ball was chief carver Northern &Southern Lumber Co.,at try PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
lease on royalty communicate with him. cents. Guaranteed at Tydings & Co1prubzists. Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp. Mont nma.
: and those who served were Judge D.H. Cornell, eight miles south of Ocala. m OCALA. FLA. _

1, Williams, Mr. L. R. Chazall, Mr. Geo. The members of the firm are now
< A Good Educator.
Robinson: Mr. Z. C. Cbambliss, Messrs. 0 I. J. Roess, F. R. Pashley EDWIN SPENCER._ ,
t We understand that Col. Guiliiams,
; Office next to Dr. Smith.' Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla.5A2A and Masters Phil Robinson, Charley and E. C. Welsh.Mr. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, '
.- of the East Florida Seminary .
president
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.. OCALA. 7-S-y FLORIDA
.' Cha&tll, John Chazall, and a numberof Welsh is from German Valley,
1 ... will sever his connection with
.I.' --= others. :N. J., and I his father deals extensively l'I J Jt CHASE
t that in-titution at the close,of the ': _
The dinner was certainly enjoyed, I lumber and will lie a couuec- DENTIST,
r and that Mr Tom F. I
present Len
ELIZABETH RABBIS, Loal Editor I Card Club Entertained. and the opinion was generally expressed lion of the :Northern A Southern OCALA. FLA

= One of the most delightfully pleas. that if Mr. Chambliss shouldat Company.Mr. McBeath wu iieau applicant for the I !

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. ant meetings of the Original Whist any time decide to go into the Pashley is from Portlandsville, position.Mr. CARLOS L. SISTRONK.,
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McBealh is of the most
one
: Club was the one wIth Mm. Charles hotel business be will secure a reputation I XewYc.rkaUlI: Mr. Roess from Oil ATTORNEY.AT.IAW.
1 I advanced educators in Florida, bus II Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala.Fla. 3811
afternoou. Florida
Rheinauer Wednesday for the West Coast of Pd.11 men of excellent .. .
1 For Pains, aches, coughs, colds! etc City, are young i- I. i ,
try Turkeween Oil, sold by Tydings The special guest of honor was Miss bat will dim the lustre Mr. Henry business attainments. Theyare the reputation of being a splendid ilcIVEB and UACKAl

!). "' & Co. __ ___ _._ Lillian Goldnamerof Elizabethto\, M. Flagler has given the East Coast. well pleased with Florida and disciplinarian( and U in every way ,

the Ky., who visiting Mrs RLtinauer. Besides the magnificent herd of qualified to perform the duties of this .
J :Mr. W. T. Wheeler returned on anticipate doing a large business.
tbi's 1
from Mrs. Rheinauer's home in very attractive ca'.tle bulls and heifers -full blood.ed office and he will keep !Seminaryabreast :
L early mowing train Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. McLaury will leave I

1 a visit to Tampa.. and is especially well arranged and gr"dtd-there were on exhibition for their old home in New York ata.tenext the higher Institutions) of ....
in the state and
for a card party, the parlor, also a fine variety of pigs that Saturday! and their departurewill learning we hope ,
f The best physic; Chamberlain's
and all that the board of trustees will see!
to living room library opening were pretty euough for parlor be very much regretted by their i
and Liver Tablets. Easy
Stomach I roper to confer this honor upcri him.
|| take; pleasant in effect For sale by together. There were twenty guests ornaments. Ocala friend .

Antimonopoly Drug Store. m present! five tables of progressive The exhibitors were Messrs.:! S H. ----- Mr. James Sims, an old subscriberof
; How to Ward off an Attack of Rheu
whist, which was played most animatedly Giitskill and W. M. Gist, of Mcln- matism. this paper, was a visitor to Ocala

t Mr. John 8. Pednck, formerly of during the afternoon. toohjIr.; H. H: Whitworth, of Ocala "For years when spring time cameon Tuesday. He attended the Chambliw FUNERALDIRECTORS.

;. York, ha accepted a position with Punch was passed during the games and a number (rom the Errol Farmof and I went into gard.niu;, I was cattle sale and purchased several fine I

the Northern and Southern Lumber and afterwards the most delicious ice Plymouth, Fla. sure to have an attack of rheumatismand animals. Mr. Sims recently purchaedthe .

Co. at Cornell. : every attack was more severe Arms place in the southeastern -I-
cream with strawberries, cake and Col. Fximondson was the autJoneer
than the preceding one,," says Josie portion of this county and it is saidto .

;. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Moody, of candy was served. and is a superb character in his line McDonald, of Man, Logan county, be the finest place for a cattle ranch .
a Mrs. Edward Holder was the lucky and is known from the Pacific to the Have a full stock of Coffins. Casket
Palatka, arrived iu Ocala Wednesday Wet Ya. "I tried everything with iu Florida. It is his purpose tosfckit

t afternoon for a short! visit with Mr. winner of the beautiful trophy for Atlantic, but if he had never been no relief whatever, until I purchaseda with the finest breeds and to this and Burial Outfits. Special given to

a i Moody mother, Mrs. E. P. toody.Foley.'s the afternoon, which was a lovely mown[his success! Wedensday would bottle of Chamberlain's Pain.Balm, end he Ie attending the-cattle sue ml If nit H.

and the first application gave; me ease here and will probably be one of the
brass clock. have! made him famous. to Order
Honey aud Tar contains no I. and before the first bottle was used I biggest purchasers Embalming I
Mrs.: Rheinauer's party was very Col. Edmondson voiced the sentiment
\{ opiates and will not constipate l like| felt like a new person Now I feel ---
If nearly ,all other cough medicines. greatly enjoyed by the twenty fortunate of the bystanders when he said that I am cured, but I always keep a

Refuse substitutes. Postoffice Drug guests. that Mr. Cbambliss was building a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in C. I. GRACE.Successor
-- -- the house and when I feel I
U Store. m The Right Kind of Man For Sheriff. monument to his memory more enduring : any symptoms
of a return I soon drive it away
W. Little, rector of and more ennobling than to Central Lumoer Co r
Rev. Henry
A Great Sensation.
with one or two applications of this Dealer In

Grace Episcopal church, is spending There was a great sensation in Lees- marble, brass or bronze, and it is be. liniment." For sale by Anti-monoi-- Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling

F this week with friends at DeLand, yule, Ind., when W. H. Brown, of lieved that he is blazing path that oly Drug Store. m ,
and Lathe and Brick.
where he formerly rl sided. that place, was expected to die, had will lead to the makiniot this! sec- Siding Shingles
i his life saved by Dr. King's :New Dis The Studenthelp Fair. Manufacturer of-
tion of Florida a veritable Eden. Ballusters
will covery for consumption. He writes: Prof. F. P. Entminger! of Rollins Turned Casings, Newe13, Columns, Door and

f Misses( Sara and Violet Harris "I endured insuflrable agonies from Why shouldn't it? College, was in Ocala yesterday in Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School ,

eatertaiu a few of their young friends asthma, but :New Discovery gave me With the climate, soil and land. the Interest of the Studenthelp Fair Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly .

thisafternoan complimentary t which will be held in
I Helen Blair, of Cincinnati, the guest affected a complete cure" Similar The Ocala Banner is spleased to sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
of SO 31 and June 1 1904.
cures consumption, pneumonia, ,
of Miss Emily Ford. hail him as a benefactor: to Central
bronchitis and grip are numerous. There are in all one hundred prizes 1
Florida. .
It is a peerless remedy for all throat
R. Zetrouer candidate for which the sum of nearly
Mr. D. aggregate: SOMETHING NEW
and lung troubles. Price 5Oc. and $1. The cattle sold Wednesday were the ,

superintendent of public induction, j Guaranteed by Tydings &; Co., druggists finest; ever sold in Florida and the three hundred dollars. Thu purposeof .

this city and made this the fair is to stimulate writ-
is visiting; in Trial bottle free. m prices were entirely satisfactory.The essay HABDWABE.

call. He sayi .he is the pupils of our public
office pleasant lug among I
Mr. E. L. Wartmann, candidate for following are the names of the
splendid encouragement and reward them for their
schools
i receiving very the legislature;Messrs Henry Gordon, purchasers and their places of residence [In M. FttWi Old Start]
of the county anti
and
in all parts ability industry
Allen Rodgers, and J..P. Galloway, :

thinks that he will get a taste of that candidate for sheriff; Judge Robert H. G. Bystra, Holder; Judge Hoi- The list of subjects cover a large T. W. SMITH a: CO.

x chicken at the first primary. field and the boy and the girl will
Bullock, candidate for judge of the comb, Arcadia; Wm. Edwards, Hick-

t find no trouble in selecting one with Dealer in general hardware, Farm garden and mill supplies, stoves tin.
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Mr. Simeon Sistrunk & Co. Ed.
{ Hon. John B. Floyd, of Ocala, a i county court; man, Greer Plymouth;
which familiar and about ware, wire fencing,sash doors,blinds, paints', oils, etc.
they are
candidate for representative from candidates for clerk of the. circuit wards Bros.H.| H. Whitworth, H. L. Remember the place \o. 3 West side of court house! square, Magnoliastreet.

i passed through the court; and Messrs. J. C. Mathews and Anderson, L. P. :Miller, t5am A. which they I can say something in.teresting. Mr. T. W. SMITH, with 17 years experience manager.
Marion county, MoUo-"Quick Sale. Small Profit, ."
yesterday en route to Valdosta, Alfred Ayercandidates for tax assesor! Bawls Ocala James Sims,Emeralda
city further particulars apply to .
Ga. where he has been called on busiI i- attended the cattle sale Wednesday. Walter Ray, Leroy; J. C. :Mathews, For -
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ness for a few days. Mr. Floyd feels Messrs. Mathews and Wartmann Flemington Garrett Murphy, Brai- Prof. Ensmiuger, Rollins. College, Special Sale Sewing Machines. .
I Fla.
Park
confident that he will "win out" on purchased several head of fine' dent wn; H. A. Barrow, Monticello; Winter -, --- \\'c have a large number Sewing Machines tbat base beau t

Gainesville Sun. cattle. W. M. Gist, McIntosh; H. L. Brownlee Makes a Clean Sweep. n! ed-Mime but little-that ne will close out at Bargain Price.
i May 10.- ---- -- Trice machines have been thoroughly oterl/anled<< by experienced *
A customer of ours who had been Starke; J. C. Howell, Anthony; There is nothing like doing a thing << workmen and all worn part replaced and made an,

WANTED-Boys to make baskets, at once suffering from a severe cough for six E. L. Wartmann, Citra; R. E, L. thoroughly. Of all the salves you good a* new for *en'iee. Each machine is", adjusted, tried, and
Ocala Manufacturing Co.. Ocala. Fla. 3-iStf months bought two bottles of Ghanaberlain's heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salyeis guaranteed to do perfect work before it leave our More. Can s
Turner Parrish. ever
and tried ii desired.
t be t.eeu ,
FOR SAI.E-A large horse suitable for farm Cough Remedy from us and There were in all fifty.cows sold. the best. It sweeps away and cures "'e ttillfccll theM> machine very low for cash. Pricerun
worV. Inquire at Steam Laundry. 3-iS was entirely cured by one and a half burns, sores, bruises, cuts, toils, ulcers from itI.OUtoC300.andeaehkabargain: at the price.We .
bottles of it. It gives perfect satisfaction -i. Those who purchased the fine pigs skin eruptions and pyles. It is only i are agents for the celebrated "Xew lIoOl{" and ""heeler

tit etch W.-\STlID.-knral state to travel for house industrious established persons eleven in with our trade. Haynes were the following: :&c. and guaranteed to give satisfaction 4:17lsoa"tewlagMachine.-with tachment.Cxraphophone! or without buttonhole at.

>ears and and with agents a large for succeestul capital to and"U profitable upon Parker & Co., Lineville, Ala. For 7. C. Chambliss, Mason Tison, S. A. by Tydings &: Co. drug. | 8ts. m and record-*. A CJraphophone and 0 Record
merchants
line. Permanent engagement. ,Weekly, sale by Anti-mouopolc Drug StorernM5 .. Rawls, Edwards Bros., Ocala E L. -- I for S .00. }Furniture House Furnishing Uood. at
and all traytUng c pen*i >
cash salary of |u .SMITH'S. Special attention to mail orders
x and hotel bills advanced in cash each: week. Howell E. L. Wartmann, FOLEYSIIONIYANDTAR [
.. 1 Experience not essential. .Mention reference FOL ):$nO. jiYM T.A.R Anthony; Ocala Furniture Company.'x -
and enclose self addressed envelope. The forchkd".. i. ..,,.. >>. ..I.- Cttra R. W. Burrs, De Funiak. 4to."the cov* band heals langv,
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: A.\\OC.\CE3fE\TS. : KENTUCKIAN were of no doubtful character. She I ;an unusually keen stroke of >the LIFE AT 8ELEEVIEW. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble

..44.....44.$4...44.4444. waa regarded: a* a woman who bad a master mind.tI. and Don't Know it.

Poa iHEtirrI hereby announce myself a candid Well Known Here, is a Candidate for moat discriminating genre of right In concluding the exercises: MMYongue Mr. and Mr.. Henry Terrell left fbr How-To-Find- -O tF31 -

-for the oSce of sheriff of Kirioa county.intj Sheriff af Marion County, Fla. and wrong. The date of her birth distributed presents to her J their home at short l>aeh. Conn., a bottle or cr.rr.jr&n ;.i..J *:--. yawirater
'a to the action ot the d 1DOCTrt primary.
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: links her with those who deserve aid let a **.4 t.y I.:. -r :.-...;'" I
If -ainaUd and elected 1 prcim'e to perform i Through the rt-turu of William women pupils. All of the presents consisting I Tnursday. ----.-....-....... 0, -..-

'. the darks of Mid ofllce to the HKXRYGORDOX.RBPKEsfcJfTATIVK.beet of my ability. Finiirllyfcitfcr
history-women whoe pioneer life at the same time admon- I their Ohr keens sappers Friday ()00" ( t.n ':J' : .
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----- -- -- trip ti, Florida, it was made kuown gracefully ;Jt.'h.

I'OK : \ that Allau Rodgers! formerly of brought them to (age the dangers ana : inir her scholars to study well the evening in the town hH, and io addition .n.1. 1. r ,1.i" I !, .t'I-vim
I1* ,,foe ltemifTQl.it Vntrrt t'. f1uridIL Woodford county aDd well known in carry tbe burdens which belonged to contents thereof which are r-hit-tiy to the ban,>* bad a sale of '" .) e'c: : # *

I twr.fbr ftaoaacr- mudl s anxMatr fOr the Fa 'Hle, ilt a candidate for sheriff of the early i-e.Ufr of our country. In deigned: for moral culture. a,, ful and fancy article \" fr! j-- :.,e too

Ifu4tart-radc".rt4-.t"'UIIe free UkrionMaty sassed ujcrt l 0 tie of Marion county and with splendidprahretiof all these trial and teats of character, It was an iaipiriiJi? experience to I The property oo few England r..r \ y &...... .. pa.s.treg.e.> .': !cr CCSllt paala to

07 deaixntk frirod winning tb>-ra(: :. fche exhibited: the time devotion to itnt* the farewell of leather and I avenue known a* the :riiroog place, I .:- te :ta .J LA

LAKLObHiWTRCSK Mr. truth, justke] and right, whieb made scholars. I having berg built in the boom days of cxtvtalgpoai 3auIX ivs.eI: a.:.: t.s.derare.rhosc : .
Twenty Kodgerg went d -.
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loa aUF-J oewIOMdQla.aattea mycaadidscyfkecffy to Ocala, Fla., and ftettilDg in that her (JillHe teautiiul. bhe ws a Tbe persevering, placid and patient \I Beleview, oy Major Wm. B. Strong, What to Bo.

if clued I promuctodUcbtrf county he bt-c mea part of the great woman of noble and generous seusi* tutor who had trained the mind of j i I for several yean one of the town's > *.There= ezpreaed.is corafcn that! Dr.to !h K? -.7'-.c.1qe sRoo may.s1
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partially*Mtfiotae the Untie very of IJIc bat oil of r my fcitbmlly ability. im .fDttrpriii that country has shown. bilities, and because of these trait these merry children-young AmericS I; indatiUiil citizens, but. now Jiving at visa:. ;the owing great Icdrw: *., iall.il ftSry
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V "].L. ttfWAf.C Always a l&dioglint be billed Liou- rn&nyuid "rifee up and call her -not only to know their duty bat :! Tjron N. C., hu been recently por- back. kidaeys. Lvsr.r.4u.aaJ.ryum:b:idler I.- ev-/tit part tM

Belt witb the rogrt'MiOple aDd bkseed." To anet, inde d, "there hno to perform it, standing in mode,: and j I ebbed by the M. E. church and will ff fee ursnarv cs--:asp. I! c tecti aal'h
BO *I of PVEL1CHoma
Port 1tf'DISTIIJIDPlT or > to boi &&'e' sad sea-::.'d p.: ':31

bnavafGGI-nrOllJIa life ol the bas eugrsfud himself upon their death-1*hat stems ill) U transition. unconscious dignity, exhorting them 'i be used as a panooage. it, cr bad f-s '.J.-I.svisf ._--.. ;. pea!.f'....-....t&...:

Marion Banner meaty I mk the tor tbc'iKwnttiatMBi wojwrt of the oiiMtt of county of aft' tior.r8. He (.. a democrat, firm iu ." A FftlEXD. to high and noble ideate and having A special council meeting was held wine or tee*, aad cvercoujes :.-i' .: ; __;
aaeessfeyof be-j cape::cvizis.g .
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ot Peddle IIUItr1IC OD. I wiab'Jo their complete confidence Thornday eveuin in the town bail,
imbuingand
Sltpmlltri4at the faith and rendered many a valuable Nothing like Experience. I tat day, s:.d la gs LC :- .- ;" '
thank them for put fa.nra ami if re-elected for the during the c. :. The mih.: ... .-\
inspiring these young and tender purpose of taking action to gc
service to tbe before be left "One truth learned
I shall make every eftart to improve the Kbcoto party byactml experience erdmary effect cf STKmp-ttoot .: soea

aJoa.1I IhK KetptetfuIIjr. his "old Kentucky home." He baa does more good than ten expert-- souls with an insatiable desire toplaetiee abolish a nuisance existing in the'center. rakes: shards the Ingres; f-- .., ,..

W. D. CARN.Poa ierfut cures of ine mea c a trti.,:,
and u-sUiu the moral law. A second special metrting 4 Carp
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fcevtntl rela ti vt aud ODtHerous friends race one hears about. Tell a man if
need raesicioe sncu.d
you a you r.the
candidate Suemirv-l for the hereby oboe d aMoamce lIIcrii of myself Marion a 'iu Woodford COUQIV and Lexington that bamberlaln'8 Colic, Cholera Could any one desire a more in,pirj j| was held this week (Monday) but best. Sold bv 'r.fl\SU; fn5,:. ar.:$. :;i .

log, and beautiful tableau thin bit i| "there was nothing doing" or done. You may have a sam*.e Oo: .s cf thus
democratic who :
county object to the action of the remember him and wish him ind Diarrhoea remedy will cure wonderful: to be held Mac i /a.d it elected win last and \1 Mrs. T. Mitchell
A. and
primary natural one-in the exercise daughterleft
well bi aid book
in preueui endeavor. cholera morbus, and he will most a hit ;
attend to the duties of the sloes to the bet of \ IU'fc
.' of the more abaut it,bath! J'
F.s-nedict school. Who Saturday for visit in Oxford.
JIll lbit"' 9olicitiB lbs support of the dejnocrat Judging from tbe xeoiimenia esr likely forget it before the end of tbe knows a 1bsolUe!/ free by ..
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voter, lam yoar., U. but that the PlIed s > recently planted Mr. Alfred NellU left torday: for
ed'iu dress Dr. Kimer &
Florida him j
PKAint Fetor.HOH J. iu the of these little Orlando after Co., Bfcghamtor. N. Y. When wrbnrneo-
mind will
ones ; severalcek'4 sojourn
bim, Mr. Rogers is well of that disease, feel that be is about to .too r&ddu>2 this gtoerocs offer ui this?i *LIt
TAX AaoEaaOtl-BV1ag that I have << develop and become &o fruitful that in Belleview. -- --.--- -
thought in that community and it die, use thw remedy, and learn from .
1 filled the office of Tit .!** ** Ui the aatutae- I
ioofcn like be H winner. his how some of them may yet write the Rev. Edward Danklin, of Oxford,
lion ol moat people and knowing thai am t a sure own experience quickly itgevts I Will

BOW qualified Mid equipped: to do the work a* The Tampa Tribune has tbe following relief, and be will remember it moral. law of our land after we of 1 filled b pulpit at the Bipust c-horeh
. well.. one l respectfully uk the ntm *
Marion any emtnt for a re-aaminatlon on toe lath I to hay abou' bim and his net : alibis life. For sale by Anti-monopoly more mature years shall have passed 0 Sunday morning and eve iug.

ol .Hay.. -.Alone"- --A yu.-. "The voter of Ovalacan make no Drug Store. m from the scene of strife. Then will ,' Mrs. Tyler I Wednesday for Pay You !H! t

mistake in history trace the origin of .higher Orlando, where he will l spend a few
Fo Tat Lv LILATraa-I want to represent making Mr. Itodgeraoberiff A SPLENDID SCHOOL EXHIBITION AT II

Marion manly in the sex! legislature and to and it is to be hoped that hewill BENEDICT HEiGHTS.'rhe idrala to the "last days of school" at weeks before starting for her borne in
democratic cm- in You hare BAal Etato>
of alt
the
that end loUdt Yea any
Benedict Heights. May God bless the i Philadelphia.Mr. .
sent at the conilng primaric. be anauiiou'-ly elwrted in the approaching to sell,
Jowl B. FL b. children aud their in:truclnr. and Mra. Ira D. Betts, of New
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TO-I announce my candidacy friends in Vi iTo& York, are visaing Mr. and Mrs. Jas. OR
.' Hon COU : Tampa and South Floridato : diet Heights fechool closed at 10:30 p.
( forjtheomceof Us: collector foci Manon3conntyMbiect Hilton
their
at home <
to the action of the democraUcIparty carry the election and should. they in. of the 6lh after having given the GEIGER. pretty on Earp IF You're thinking of coming .

e the primary to bt held May so.r be permitted to cast their ballots for patron and visiting; public a long, avenue. to Florida for a home,
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1'. U CAKKCV.FOK
Mr. and Mrs.
; -- him, he would have the. oilice i in hi i elaborate and deeply interesting This section was! visited by a good J. Benedict arrivedTuesday
TM;LBGtetATCKB-I hereby annottnceuiy from Pasadena Cal. for OR
j. candidacy for member of the legislaturefrom prssp right now.1'-J. xi gtjon; (J\:}'.) series of exf reiaes. rain last week and tbe farmers are a

Marion countwbject to th ::ction of the 1emocrat.Millionaire's. To describe the details and expect tiny working their crops and thfp- visit with Mr:!. Bee edict's siter, Mrs. I F You desire to inyest in any
deroociili primary to J e he'd! May :o. Peter Jones. JOSH. kind of Florida property.
t CEO. G. MATiitws. to have them published would! in i vegetables.. The bean crop is
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FOB TAX AWKHnoa-The many friend of J.C. The wor' out stomach of the overfed foci, te tantamount to an unpardonable I n're.Th i COTTON PLANT. TO SEE
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I'. Mathews throughout the county, recogtii/ing millionaire i is often paraded iu imposition! upon the well known Geiger pos'.oftfre opened DP I J OR WRITEOSALA.

few worth and ability hereby present hit public printsasit horrible example ofmat and frtqueully admitted generosity of April tLe first and is i quite a convenience j Our community received last Saturday
name to the democratic rioters oi Marion ninety
:i i for the nomination for tax aa e *>r in the approaching wealth. Hut mllionaires are not the lUnner..Sulliee for this neighborhood..Mr. I one of the most welcome guests

t- primary election.StawCTIZENS. had the only fctomachs.ones!! who The are proportion afflicted it with far it t<' say that recitations;, Mate Carter, of Carters' Pond, it has had for a long time. He via- JI H.LIVINGSTON l b I N &SONS

1'OR Coi-'STV-Ji-Ie-I: hereby announce my greater among the toiler.Dyspepsia son (", tal-leam and dialogues{ were visited his daughters, Mr. \V. W. I ited every home, imparting new life, ,

t candidacy Cur re-election to the office of county and indirection are rampant amoui? selected with the care and precision Geiger, antI Mrs. .S. A. Xiel, last I increased energy and bright hopes.Mrs. FLORIDA.
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l: judge subject 13 the action thei-e people, and they butler far befitting he occasion and fuggfntiveof week. D. M. Barco and daughter,
;: primary to be held May to. 1904.RbllLKT. !
"- nr'LLOCR. wor.-e torturer than the millionaire a patient, pleasing and master : The tux payers would like to knowif Carrie, are visiting relatives! in IT'S
I unless they avail themselves of :
a
FOR COURT Tar.A+C.ItIl't.-I-j; the judgment mind. Every scene was of the moat the two roads leading from Flem- Archer this week.
standard medicine like On I
of Marion county I have en's August
of the
r- faithfully and people bcfittiogly di.-charged the duties !! Flower, which has teen a favor modern creation, highly instructive ington to Micanopy have been taken : Eugene Winningham, of Daytona,

of county treasurer I respectfully ask their sup ite hoiiMfhold remedy for all btomach sail cowplete. The Bapti>>U tendered otl' the county as they have not been arrived last Tuesday to spend 'the

V: c Isrtin the approaching- ,democratic THUS. K. I'ASTEI primary troubles for over thirty: five year the ue of their fpicioud edifice for worked for more than a year. Some summer with friends here. FOR f

.t!'--. FOR CL KIC CisuiT Col.ItT-1 hereby announce August Flower rouses the torpid liverthus the above mentioned purpose; and places are almost impassable.! We I Rev. (. F. Austin filled his appointment
creating appetite and in.uring'I .
t' my candidacy for re-election to the office Miss Lila Yougue, the teacher, al- pay as much road tax as any other ; at St. Johns and MartelSunday
t; of clerk' of the circuit court subject: to the I i'erfectdigestiou. It toneaud: vital- II .
keen to the right idea at section of the county and should morning and afternoon respectively -
; action of the democratic votrrs at the primary lies the entire system awl make life Was grasp \ YOU !

'fo: election to be neld May 10. 1904 I lake lhi. opportunity worth living, no matter what jour the proper time, very graciously accepted have better road Every farmer preached at Leroy at
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to thank those who have supported :I
?i me In the past and trust my record in the office station. Trial bottles 25c; regular the proffered steuerosity of they around here has his corn crib and i night and is spending the week looking -

i-'.. has been such a. enable them to vole lor blze 75c. For bale by Auti-mono|> Baptists and forthwith laid plans for smoke house! full of corn and bacon, I after the lost sheep.
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;. me again S. T. SIlTlI''K. Drug Store. t t
a _- de oratian and general arrangements. especially those who raise their bogs Last Thursday according to au- DRINK '

f. Fon SiitHitF hereby announce myMrlf a Mrs Candace turner That thll decorations and arrange in pastures. They find the pasture nouucemeut quite a number of
f. candidate for the office cf Sheriff of Marion
;;. county subject to the democratic primaries to The subject cf this sketch, Mrs ments were exceedingly meritorious system the best and cheapest way. adies (some coming ten miles) wet

be held on the loth of May next and respect' Candace Turner, nee Raulerson, was as to variety and talte8 vociferously They have plenty of bacon and lard at St.: Johns cemetery and their deft
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f:: fully solicit the support ol all the democratic
born in authenticated from the to sell and find better bales for the touches here and there assisted
voters of Marion county, Kc*|>rctfuly, Wayne county, Georgia, !! judging by

f JOHN I'. GALLOWAY December, 1821, and dlel In Dunn- very audible exclamations of our pasture raised meat. One farmer froma the sterner sex, made that sacred
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t Foit MKMiihH t>f Sciioui. lloA r>-I respectfully ellou, Florida, March 11, 1904, beiuj g plise and delight that were repeatedly five acre summer pasture last season place beautiful and attractive. This
announce uiynelf a candidate for rrc1rcliunan
s. a member of the Hoard ol Public Instiuclion In bereiiihtieth year.Mr indulged in hy the vast audiencewho killed 1500 pounds pork and got a prompts me to say that for kindness,

for Marion county from the Third district sure Turner carne front Georgia honored the occasion that has barrel of lard. Raised pindars to benevolence, public spiritedness we THE
. ject to the action ol the:primary election to be : GREATHEALTH
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: held May m. 1 qoq. B- R. BUt tll. 4 heu quite young, and after reaching; I just past into history. fatten the hogs!! which avery farmercan will not yield the honor to any community .
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: FOK Sfrmi.NTKNDKXT OK 1'C'llt.IC INS .'Jlt'C:' maturity the was married first to Mr. : The tuaguiticent fleet of the decorations do. of ladies. Whatever tends to
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r. Tios.-1 announce myself a candidate lor Samuel Niblack{ from which union produced vivid recollections The voters around Geiger will public good, to uplift and elevate
it: county kuprnntcnilcnt of public instruction ol
Marion county, subject to the democratic prim there are two lIurvi vorl!. Her second of the muses stories:: of "fairy laud" stand pat for the three strand fence ] humanity and make the. world better

.' maryof May 10. If elected I khall work lot the marriage/ was to Mr. \. L. Turner, and we deeply regret that space preeludes system. They believe it is the best just call on the ladies of Cotton Plant,
best interots of the schools and l county.
" Respectfully, I*. R. Zp.TRofm from which union there are four stir a full description of the splendor for the county. Let any man get on for with them there is no strife, no
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f .Central Ma.Fo .___ _._ ._ __ vivors. The survivors from both that may and can he realized his hori and start at McIntosh and dissensions, no backbiting and no "IN T THE[ GOOD OLDSUMMER

'A' > Coouu"O'u' hereby ask the sup. unions are Mrs. J. M. Barco, of through and by the persistent appli ride to Gainesville via Micanopy and gossiping together in
, port or the(I'morratic.terl of the 5th districtfor
my election a* a niemtxr of the board of Ocala, Mr. /S.::) M. Niblack and Mrs. J. cation of an active intellect. Tacoma and if hi does not see as unity. All honor we bay to the

t r county commissioners, and will it elected do : K.; Allen of Citrus county, Mrs. E. The building being finished by a good crops growing under three strand ladies. ( JIML"
my duty ax a representative of the entire
;'" county. W. D. HOBIIITT.FOR H. Russ, of Marion county, Mrs. A. high order of workmanship-decidedly fence and as fine cattle grazing on tbe Notice co Candidates.
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T. Dureu, of Archer and Mr. to the credit of the for outside he will in other
l'- t' &" .-I hereby' announce myself E. M. Baptists as bee any Candidates .for county offices are

,k I the board a candidate ol county for reelection commissioners U member, sod hope of Turner, of Duunellou. their ingenuity and :vim- Miss: part of the state, the writer will pay required, under ruling of the state

,:. that my past record this capacity ill men that When a young lady Mrs.: Turner Yongue took advantage of this fact for his day's ride. Some fellows are democratic executive committee, to
L:' the votl'ra.1 the second district can support meat
.,, the primary to 1>e held May 10. joined the Methodist church, and and promptly set in motion the plans afraid if they do away with the razor pay assessment into the tresu ury of

II. W LOSG.'r devoted her life to the interests of for festooning the interior with gray backs and goats they will starve. If the county democratic executive p
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FoR COUNTV COOUII""IOIHIt.-Dlstr No. 3. Christ's kingdom. Her conviction moss, interspersed with magnolia, they are afraid of starving{ let them committee and tile their applications
\ I hereby announce my candidacy for county _._
--- roses and innumerable other flowers come this We will show them
commissioner Ironi ..ioner'sdistrict No. way. with the chairman of said county

:,. 3. Marion county, subject to the action ol the and plants, all of which being the how to keep from starving. We hope committee to have their namps printed -
:: democratic: primary ol May 10, 1901.
S. R. rvLES. Ml HumorsAre native growth of our own sunny the men that are elected to the next on the ticket on or before April 21,
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land. legislature instead of the Gun is a delicious
calling
; FOR CbMa11"SIONEa-I hereby announce my 1904. This includes candidates for .

candidacy for commissioner from the fifth Impure matters which the akin, The eflect was simply splendid as Clubs together to decide on some law i justices the peace and constables of beverage
made
district of Marion county; subject to the||action liver, kidneys and other
organs cannot the rays in various hues from the to be that the
posted so sportsmen the
:: of the democratic pnmtry election to be| held several districts. All voters in

May tolh, 1904. L. T. HICKSOS. take care of without help, there is unlimited supply of Japanese lan can kill 50 birds a day and the farmers the coming primary must have paid from ripe Saw Palmetto
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FOR SIR\K\'OK-I hereby: announce my clla terns descended gracefully and in that raise them can't
litter trap any their poll tax legally due on be. Berries.
candidate for the office of county surveyors the whole sy.t m. or Absolutely free
.. harmony with the whole picturesquescene. !: will call the business men of the fore
(bject to the action of the democratic primaryto Pimples, boils, eczema and other April 91904.
be held May loth, ty y. W. A. )(ooaEHEAD. and settle on from harmful drugs. Metto :
-- -- -- --- eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired county together some JOHN M. GRAHAM,

')101 Cot NTY CoMiiiisioNER.-teeling that I feeling, bilious turns, fits of Indigea- The Hon. James B. Devore acted as plan to put the loafing negroes and Sec. Dem. Ex. Com. Marion Co' stimulates the
;)an satisfactorily represent..commissioner the Liver
jth district on the board of county commissioners tion, dull headaches and many ether master of ceremonies, ,and as that banjo pickers to work. PAT.A ,

'I hereby announce my candidacy for that troubles are due to them.Hood's gentleman U an expert in designing Cures Coughs and Colds. flushes the Kidneys acts
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for Burns.
'po ition subject to the coming primary. Dandy Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St. To-
and in putting his designs in practical ,
C. \V. TURNER. Sarsaparillaand Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ills., writes: "I directly on the Bladder.
shape, the throngs of citizens in this peka, Kansas, says: "Of all cough
FOR :Ot'lfTCOl.III"slosn: ad DISTRICT have Ballard's dhow
used Liniment
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The Flemmgton Democratic Club respectfully Pills and other counties who know him remedies Ballard's Horehound Syrup Makes the organs
present to the democratic voters of the second : always recommended it to my friendsas is my favorite; it has done and will per-

commissioners': district the name 01 Mr. V.P. Remove aU humors, overcome an must certainly feel not a little regretat I am confident there is no better do all that is claimed for it, to speedily form their functions in
bmitb for county commissioner for said district their effects their inability to attend this his a
and asks, their support lor him iu the primary. strengthen, tone Gel made. It is a dandy for,burns. Those I I cure all coughs and colds and it is
H. M. SHKRorsH, Chairman. invigorate the whole system."I latest exhibition of carrying out in- I who live on farms are especially liableto so sweet and pleasant to the taste." natural I way, thereby

Hcmington. Pla. had salt raram on my hands so that I structions. The indomitable and i many accidental cuts, burns 25c. 50c. and fl. Antimonopoly keeping the

could not wetk. I took Hood's BuuptrOlm indefatigable spirit of this popular braises which heal rapidly when Bal Drug Store m system in a

FOR RKPRESENI\TIVK. hereby submit my and It drone oat Uu tumor. I soatmaed lad's show Liniment ia applied. It
name to> the democratic: voters of Marion its gentleman gave zest and vim to the Those rains last week Iwere perfect and healthy
use till the sores dlaappeajred. liu. worth con-
for their should always be kept in the house
county coasideratioa as one of the
Ill 0. BBOWX, Rumfor Fills Me. whole proceedings and in the selec- more to Florida than all the
representatives from this county in the neitIffisltture. for eases of emergency. 25c. 50c. and political dition. .
Primary to be held May loth, 1904. Hood' Sartaparllla promt.*** to tion of Mr. Devore aa master of cere- >$1 bottles. Antimonopoly Drug speaking we have had since the be- : : : : :
ED. WARTMANN.. cure and ....p8 the promt' .
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."

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L VOL. AXXVII, NO 39 OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 15. 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR
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i r Miss Jennie Ed ward", Savannah, Mr. Jay Harris of Cleveland, Ohio, At the Baptist Church.
$90,000 Per Day
r who has been visiting; the family of passed! through Ocala Monday after- Dr. H. W. Wharton, of Philadelphia i
IT1SAMWER HEALTH 1
her uncle, Mr. Judsou Edwards, has noon on his way to Asheville, X. C., \ one of the most noted: evangelists l Is the average sum paid every business day in the year to

returned home. wnere he attends college. He had of this country, began a series of
I policy-holders by The Mutual Life Insurance Company of

number of been down to Panasotl'kee spendingthe meetings At the Baptist church Sunday New York. How and where the assets of this Company-
Quite a poinciana tret'8.
:
Eister vacation with his father morninsr.! the accumulation of funds in the world-is
trust
now adorn the flower gardens of Ocala I largest
)Ir. J. A. Harris. Dr. Wharton is a splendid "
pQYI and with their rich cardinal blooms very invested, is told in "A ..Banker'sVill, sent on request.
preacher and has made a most favor. : This
iI make a most attractive picture. Rev. Mr. Wolling, ot Han Paula Company .
able impression. He preached to a.. Has earned more for policyholdersHas
Brazil tilled the Methodist
pulpit
Mrs. L. M. Bishinsky, of Troy large audience in the morning and on
paid more to policyholdersHolds
Sunday morning. Mr. Wolling has
Alabama arrived iu Ocala Sunday Sunday evening the church was
I i I been a missionary to Brazil for many more in trust for policy-holders
afternoou and is visiting the family of packed, every available seat being
i years and his sermon Sunday morn- I Than any other company in the worldMUTUAL
her brother, Hon. It A. Burford. occupied and a large number were
i
ing was very interesting and enjoy-
standing in the back of the church

t,. I Mr. R. R. Carroll, who has been able. The congregation was large Mr. Mitchell, who is to have chargeof the LIFE

f down for the past two weeks with an and appreciation.Special. the singing during the meeting,

I attack of measles, is much better and Notice. has not yet arrived owing to the sick INSURANCE COMPANY OF
POWDER
F f fI Mill be out iu:a day or two. The next visit to Oral of Dr E. T. ness of his wife hut is expected dUly.

I( Absolutely PureTHEREISNOSUBSTITUTE Allen, the eye, ear, note and throat The choir is made up members of Oldest NEW YORK *-
Col. and Mrs. Alfred Martin and '
of Tampa will be Thursday
surgeon all of the churches. in In the
their daughter, Mist Alise Martin, of April 7th, Montezuma Hotel. ; America RICHARD A. McCURDY. President World
Sunday night the Presbyterian and
Shirley H. C., are in the city and are
Mrs. B. J. Potter who has been
-- Methodist ministers dismissed their CECIL WILCOX Manager Jacksonville Fla.
at the Ocala House.
guests spending the past. week with Mr. services so that their congregations -
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.,. FOR Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in Potter at his mines at Tioga, in might unite in worshipping with the S. A. STANDLEY, LEEJiMILLER?

UNITED STATES SENATOR time affords security from all kidney Alachua county, returned home yes Baptist congregation. Dr. Wharton

and Drug Store.bladder diseases. Postom'ee m terday. Mr. Potter :accompanied her discussed "Does it pay to be a Chris- S. A STANDLEY & CO.

VOTE FOR home and will remain over today.At thu?" aud proved that in every way

JAMES P TALIAFERROWHOSE Mr. T. B. Striugfellow, of Jacksonville the Old Maid" Convention at it does pay. Livery Feed and Sale Stables,

: is in the city and is at the Ocala The services will continue through.
, the armory Friday night sixty dollars:
NAME IS COMMONLY PROS House. Mr. Stringfellow is a son-in- out the week at 10 o'clock in the
was taken in and twenty two dollarswas We carry the most completeline
law of Mrs. J. F. Edwards. morning and at 7:45 in the evening:
NOUNCED AS IF IT WAS turned over to Grace Episcopal
and a very cordial invitation is extended of Harness, Saddles, etc .
church which will be added to their
SPELLED The many friends of Mrs. 1.. A.
to every one to attend the in central Florida, and will give a
Burford, who has been quite ill for building fund.

r I") several weeks, will be glad to known meetings. our patrons the very lowest ,
Mr. D. E. Godwin, editor of the
TOLIU/ that she improved.
greatly
i lF Gainesville Star was in Ocala Friday The West End Auction Sale. prices."e are thoroughly

: Maxie Moody has returned from a au: paid this!' oflke a fraternal call. The west end auction sale! of lot, equipped for fitting out turpen ,

visit to (Jacksonville and Charlie Hf says that Gainesville is the most advertised in the Ocala Banner by tine and lumber teams, gear,

gAL ELIZABETH HABSIS Lal Sitter Moody has gone back to Jacksonvilleafter beautiful and desirable city in the the National Realty Company, J. H.

1 a week's vi>it in this city.It whole United Scales Phillips president and manager, was wagons, etc. 1

!, t. HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. -- coucluded Monday morning Those We hand full line of Columbus and Summers
is not often that fire! overcoats Mrs Wallace, of Candler, was in always keep on a
who attended the sale! were furnished Buggies. and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.
comfortable in Flor Ocala Saturday.! In the afternoonher
blankets
and are .
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North Side Court IIou**'. Oeula. FluWe ;
A. R. Toph returned Saturday carriages and were preceded to the
(ritnll.lis: Hattie Milton Jones
,
ida up to almost the middle of April
from a business trip to Jacksonville.Mr. grounds by the colored cornet baud,
but that's the record for this year. of Kentucky, who got up the Old
which lent to the occasion.
spirit
W. T. Wheeler returned Saturday Maids' Convention in this city, accompanied
Dr. t;. H. Butch, who was hurt in a That section of the Hty is being STSpS
froru a brief visit to Jacksonville.Mr. her home to t-peud Sunday
runaway accident several weeks ago as her guest rapidly built up with tenant houses, _

Mixey Moody ii again at liis7vt has entirely recovered much to the which are occupied mostly by our r
June Teachers Examination. t// l lT U
at the Anti-Moinpoly Drug store. gratification of his many frituds. colored population. The houses
t For review secure "Answers to
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though small are neatly built are
1 Medicated Salt Krick for stock., Mr. M. E. Robinson returned Monday Florida Teachers' Examinations 1S9403. m

, Oe alaSeed .Store, {sole Agents.Mr. afternoon from Savannah, where ." Nothing like it published before. painted and whitewashed and are = I '

_. -- Over 100 pages Only $1, mailed S1.10. enclosed by fences. d f
he had been for several weeks visiting -
C. Y. A*.iller, of Leroy, was seeing Order at once from compiler, A 1. H. Mr. M. Strauss: as on Friday last, 1 1 *'4,4
his mother, who has been wry 1; 1
I hU many O ala friends Monday. Foster Supt. Clayton Co., schools, started the sales by purchasing two 1 f i

ill. 523-5:24: : Century Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.m I 6 e .t '
lots for which he paid $2o i /
Mrs. Roland Marsh, of Manatee, is The prettiest and most upto-date each i/ i'J
. "-,, Among the arrivals: at the Central Oscar Johnson was the next purchaser -
visiting her biter, Mrs. Jerry Bur- line of !box paper for ladies' correspondence

,' nett. can be had at Tydings & Saturday were the following: Mr. buying one lot, price $25.

Com piny: 'sand the pncts are reasonable and Mrs. A. McClair, Candler; L. X. Maria Howard purchased a lot for $'1. I'A
Mrs. G. T. Alaughs went to Jackfeonville
too. Smith Tampa; Mr. and :Mis. Miles S. The next lot was knocked down toMr.
Monday for a short visit with
friends., )1 rs. L. B. Sanders has returned to Howe, Toledo Ono; Mrs. Wilson, Will Tyson for 21. The next lot > L1'A -

her home at Brooksville after a short Wisconsin ; Mrs. C. W. Jacobs, Rock sold contained a cottage and was soldto

Hou.'YV. G. Gibbous of Tampa, visit! iu Ocala with her sistersinlaw.Mrs. Valley, Iowa; Mrs. H. H. Dwight, Mr. .Strauss for $175.
iu Oeala on legal businessSatur!
was
I{. G. Blake and Mrs. George W. : Sioux; City, Iowa; G. B. Stone, Baltimore R. B. Hightower bought the next z [

day. '. I Martin.Mi. I Md. lot paying for it $27. Jesse McDuiFy

: Mrs. P. V. Leaveuguod and little bought the next two lots, paying for ,
.s sue Barco iu company with A Thoughtful Man. { 't '
Hansel, have returned from a JI lot k s & ;\,
ton, I them $J and f23.: The next was '
her sisters Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. M. M. Austin, Winchester, Ind., \
visit to Tampa.Mr. sold W. M. Tole for $21 and J. L. ,,
> Patterson and a party of friends from knew what to do in the hour of need : \

A. K. Griffin, of Anthony, was Miami, is spending this week on the His wife had such an unusual case of Phillips secured the next one for 21 \ \

stomach and liver trouble, physicians also. Tom Graham was a little more '. \.
i f one of the prominent farmers visiting island of Cuba.A \ ,\
could not help her. He thought of fortunate getting the next lot for $20.1 II I I \' \:. \
.. Ocala Monday.
; In : postal card was received here on and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills : :Editor L. J. Brumby started the \

j- Hon. W. W. Hampton and Judge Monday from Dr. E. Van Hood, who and she got relief at once and was : next lot at :$17 and it was finally \" \ \.,'
finally cured. Only 253. at Tydings : \ ,
'k, Horatio urns, were in Ocala on legal was at Valetta, Malta, when the cant & Co. m knocked down to him for $21. Mr. \ \

business :Saturday.::; : was written. He stated that the tripin H. A. Fausett was fortunate iu getting

every particular thus far had been An interesting feature the Easter the last lot sold, only giving for \
.. )Ir. Tichuor, of Macon, Ga., has celebration at Grace church was the
most delightful. it S16.
accepted a poitiou with the W. J. of representatives of the
Mrs.Villiam Hocker aud baby returned presence Archie Clay held the lucky ticket,
j Chambers Shoe Company.Gainesville parishes in which Rector Little has '
which secured the free lot.
from a few week's
Saturday
[ is gradually moving to visit to Mrs. Hocker's Eister.lrs.E.: ministered; during the past years, viz: This ended the sales and the conduct a strictly First Class"EAIliLY

; citizens and Newport B. I; Long Beach, L. I;
; They make good lots will
Ocala. next sale of
H. Mote. Mrs. Mote came up with Messrs. Phillip' LIQUOR STORE"
Canada and DeLand. Some of these
R we cordially welcome them. her and will be her guest for a short be in the growing city of !Starke, for
I. delegates had come from a distanceto desiring stuff" need not to If want
which left Any one "cheap apply us. you
place they Tuesday.
1 r. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Stripling left while. be present with their former pastor i mellow and nuaritious whisky, that you can drink give to your wife, child

Monday for their home at Anthony Misses Pearl Puekett, Ethel Kemps: or friend, and be free from headache, we will take pleasure in serving you
festival.Makes
on this great "Dame, the cream man," has en- and see to it that you are fully satisfied. We quote. Case 12 qte
after a visit iu Oeala. and Edith Wilson, who have been in Spring Dale, Maryland Rye qts. Sl.oO. gal. $iJ.50. . ................_... $15.00
f, for several weeks the guests of a Clean Sweep. larged his ice cream parlors in anticipation Family Cabinet, Maryland Rye, qts. $1.25, ga.l.1.. 5i)........................... 12.00

; W. J.'Hillmau: of Jacksonville Ocala There is nothing like doing a thing of a big trade this summer. Brutsu, Maryland Rye, (lL i. f 1.00, gal. ;3i0.................,.......... ....... ... 10.00
Capt. Mrs. Charles Taylor, sister of the :Monongaheh Rye $3.20. Express charges prepaid.
: a prominent turpentine opera. latter, have returned to their home at thoroughly. Of all the salves you He says his ice cream and cold drink Coupons with every purchase to our semi-monthly free distribution. We

in Ocala Monday. ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salveis business has entirely outgrown the guarantee satisfaction or refund your money.
tor, was Fort George. the best. It sweeps away and cures References: National Bank of Jacksonville, the Merchantile Agencies.
small quarters heretofore used. His Remit P. O. order. Goods shipped promptly and in
by or Express
J )Ir. W. A. Murphy, of Fairfield, We use only pure drugs m compounding burns,sores, bruises, cuts, boils, ulcers new apartment has been nicely papered plain boxes. money .
Monday. He was ac. prescriptions, and we don' skin eruptions and pyles. It is only
Ocala
i.1 was in and to give satisfaction carpeted and curtained and -- --
If; use the drugs that are "almost the 45c. guaranteed
)Ir. Winn,
Y| oompanied by his friend, same thing" as the physician pre- by Tydings & Co. druggists. m presents an up to date appearance.A. ; \7\TE WANT __

The and remedy for scribes. Our rule is never to substi ................

kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's tute. Tydings & Co. A remarkable Christian Endeavor P. Baskin, of Marion. county de. Every Grower in the State

Kidney Cure. Pos-toffice Drug Store.mAt Mr. William Cox says It is an easy rally is to be held in Philadelphia clares that"fence or no fence" is the
Have Our Books
;. Mr. matter to sell the products of the during tLe first three days: of Decem- only issue of the present campaign To :
; the bowling alley Monday
Florida Packing and Ice Company ber. The trustees of the United Society with which a sensible man need con 'FLOKIDl VEGETABLES complete manual on Florida crops.
Bull bowled live games averag-
i W. C. and he has a splendid trade through have invited state, district and cern himself. Our old friend, it "I I.OIUn.ORXGF.I,**Book of special; interest to Orange Growers.
record is 219j.l
iug0: *. The orld's .WUEIUU ooklet "Soil,Varieties Cultivation
}'LOUISTIU. on -
local union workers to the number of be is out-
out South Florida. The Lams. especially should explained, now an and Fertilization." .

i: Mrs. W. V. Xewsom and two children sell like hot cakes on election 300 in all to meet with them in a and-o-ut, "no fence" man-a circumstance "IKISII OT.TOE.Booklet on Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivating, '

l have gone to Jacksonville to diy. series of conferences. The Endeavor- which naturally leads one to Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and Slipping."

j-pend a week with Mrs. Xewsom'ssister Master Alfred -Marsh, the bright ers of Philadelphia will entertain wonder how a politician like AJouzo, PINEAPPLE FEUTILIZIXG-Of special interest to pineapple
. 'T \ growers.
.Irs. J. B. Hieis. little son of Mr. and )Ir A. H. these guests, and unions all over the who was forever "on the fence," is to IDEit 'EUTLIZeUS.-Book showing all our different brand,

Marsh who has been visiting his country are electing delegates and get along under the new regime.- analyses, prices, etc.
r Rev. Hugh Morris is right:;:: in what New and Revised Editions of above, just published, sent FREE for the i asking
Dr. and Mrs. Hy providing for their traveling expensesto Tallahasseean.
'f Ocala's preacher Her grandparents I
about
. he said were never filled by abler or Robinson in Jacksonville for some this most significant of Christian Whatever else Alonzo has been he WILSON & TOOMEIl FERTILIZER COMPANY
,. pulpits "
has never been "on the fence.
more popular divines. weeks returned home Sunday. Endeavor conferences. OCAL.1 SEED, STOKE .\GE. TS, OCAL.1, FL.'.


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rr: AND THERE. Mr=. G. J. Scovel), of Jacksonville, J Do Right. r SUTHERLAND INSTITUTE.Trustees J [Y. ;.., b..f : ,;. 'I\.
J. HERE t. 11 .-.. ,}vot. .
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Somebody did a golden deed, ).l\:1: r _, .. .; '. 1ft
tier a visit in Ocala with her sister, .4). q< "
" friend in need { "
- somebody proved a ;\ '"t: .,, r
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; Mr. A. IL Toph has gone to Tampa Mrs. C. J. Joseph at the Montezuma Somebody sang a beautitnl song, II Issue a Statement-The ;
Somebcdy smiled the whole diy long ? i
to vi-it his son.: [Old, hue; returned_ Iomr. I Somebody thought 1u> sweet to tire. Patronage and Prefers of all SPONGE : .
'to LIKE A ?! .
somebody says I'm glad to give.Gxnebody Friends Asked. ;. <<;i3 s,. : ,, '
Uu cll of Bennett, .
Mr. ; ,
i. Campbell fought a valiant fight ;
Mrs. J. E. Ho well, of York, wut. I'1'
. in Orals Tuesday.Mrs. [f. T., is among: therein the city attending Somebody lived to shield the light- Sutherland, Fla., April s, 1904.Ta Some; of'h e most ituuborn w.e.i sc-s enter! h .?' 't
shopping! Was that somebody yon? :
. r 1; the Chamhii ealtl sile.Mr. I the Patrons and Fraud of the Florida into the system through the poreot. the ski;.. 2f 1 .

} Kay Hal l'Y is eool oe.t to herE Ra-eH is the guest of Mr. and Auction Sale of Blooded Cattle. Like a sponge, it absorbs poisons of variou \e. -. :->;- a
Thherostees the little bk,,,.! .;.:
I deem it wise to make a kinds which are taken up by .: i
with a severe ease of grippe. attended the
room Mrs. Cbatnbli- Quite a uojater auction .
i vessels beneath the surface of the body and z t'
I ITon I statement regarding the aid accident .
t Mr. Lew L3ug of Dexter, wail j jth I sale of cattle .at the Palmetto emptied! into the great current of the blo xl. : -
, can imagine yea ate in a brgtr which resulted ia the{ e&th of Mrs. : noxious
eels andher
ID the city Tuesday Farms Tuesday afternoon. The JUICeS of poison
traagen i
h' among I II city than Gala *hen you go into The Sib did not begin until four Walker, two teachers, one student wild plants-percolate thrr.ujrh 1 the -..:i. ,'i ; water through asks- -

I saloon and the ri each season a;;.,;
. ---- I' Taylor's ice cream and one visitor. taken into the circulation breaking nut a're>
introduction
and
[o'cinek was merely &n t
Co!. W. IJ, WU m, of Chiilesum. ', help begin calling over the six On the4th April President Walker |: ing on for years ur.ie" antidofed: and driven utit of the ',' .-.<' :'.
to the sale. .'
' S.C. a utiil man, 'i*at the ; Dye Poisoning among the empire of a;. ': iase*. an : -
proDittteut
f.
or eight flavors of cream they s-rve and Mr. Bourland, one of the
1, IIf. Today, as we have before stated,a ing colored nndrr-cl"t'iing:: and hosiert: IT,. ; rand :.'

. Ocala Hoose.' -" I dsily. ______ _______ barbecue and Kentucky burgoo will students, an experienced sailor, 27 : danger0{:; to he-ti.! .

r a Mr. M. J. Rio a, of Cornell Mrs C. Eo Abaon aDd ohiKlren, be given on the grounds and arrange years of age, took a party from i iOzona. causing, bo:" ,!:'li "gyres ..::u :OISOJ. OAS AND I ITi!POisCG EFJ'L: ,

re-I who have been spending severalweeks an adj turned Tuesday from a business ments have been made for tef'tiiogand ., sca Q..Z I ned remedy star_r n;'
: at Crystal River with MAbeoD's chartered boat to Anelote light house; Workers ia lead, brash-e--:1': ; -:..e!. Sores woke Oll"t lOr
to Jacksonville.MrL seating live hundred or more. on"nc"; '*,&l'.e<:tinc the ::: f.:
mV3u
other metals ars ozn
and
-- 1 sister(1'8. G. W. Watson, on returning, eroj ;iug the channelthe Fina ,i, ..v:1& a year ago topoisoned .
Free( have been employed to I chemicals Af rand t
did
y. : Handleamau left Tuesday carriages by tic : try S. S. S., whicfc I .
returned to Oeala Tuesday. 1 hey boat was truek by a squall and ; sled in ii"hbct ail Uoe sores .pppeoar.ad. alu, .
tbeFarms. acid-
for visit to Homoaag She: will be take the visitors to ?; ben bot+ere,: since and I feat ma.-
i a will leave Saturday for Jacksonville Seventy-five; of the finest blooded eapsjze t, reaultiog m the death of the iljr, and t... ,1 lust ana lit- guar: V3..oabi :med.o::.ne for that so pl'OJIIV 8.8. ::.. .- ..
absent for week or ten days. Mete a c. re. I am:rt&11
f a and will bail on the 20b for New graded animals ever seen in above named parties. irJsseitln-1tPurth_ : -"en. that ia cl&i: and .
hK1'through
find their oo*
: York to spend' six mouths with rela This ia toaasare that no boating and which way uwwiiie, Ky.
Mr. W. M. Martin, who hxa been 1 Florida will be sold regardless of yuu : the into the .
pores
r, sick for some time, is able to be up I Lives price. /rom 8atberlaud is allowed: hazarding I' blood.. fo'jow-ed: by inflammation: swelling an.l the! r.J..r ob*' ,; ." .

r and at his bnini-d agaain.r I Mr. and Mrs. J. Battsenbaeh passed Tuesday Coi. fcloicomo, of Arcadia; the lives of the staaeata. Indeed, Blood Poison the vilest of all bu-i.: d'-eun-. itractei .- -

through Ocala Tuesday on their way there U no water within one mile of : shaking the haador handing: ; test: cud.lng: oIr o'
. Mr.and Mrs. J. M.Xelj baTe returned Mr.James Sims, of fiwneraUb Island through poMoo. The ',"-. .,
from the Rattgeubach phosphate sufficient depth te be at all: danger ck-- u,ed lone. inteetcd with this dangerous .
and Mrs. Turner and Mr. G. the rskin.contaminatesthebloodardi
from a visit to Mr. ;, Mr. R. E. L. finding its way through p..re
mints at Holder CD their way to New oa; furthermore, student are not l Ir. .. 'c,
: Nathan Mayo at umllJtrtitld Murphy, of Manatee; Mr. John L.

; York and later they JJSB swill* sail for Edward of this city and a number permitted to endanger their lives by fearful ulcers, eruptions and Lllt.--: ,

Sir. J. B. Knocks, one of the pioneer Germany. Mr. and 3ff,.. Buttgeu- 1 boating.We The diseases that enter the system bjr

i. settlers of Orange Springs, is iu Oeala of- I others bought several tiDe cows. absorption or through the pre- are is (f
" ..' Bach have spent m-t the winterin wish to aware you that we
Mr. ChamblUs has: alvertised the dangeroM as any brought
attending the cattle able. deep-seated
Florida. shall continue to care for and protect and cannot be
sale quite extensively and a great on by internal causes,
Mr. C. H. Pavers, representing the depirtmrnt the students of the Seminary and other external remedies. The blood;
The of HubbarJ many people from all sections of the : reached by washes, salve;soaps or
insurance firm of Acosu & Bahl, of need have ao unE' /in ..s. circulation established before getting
i McDutTs jhardware store has state and other slates have signified jou must be purified and a healthy
Jaeksouvill, is a plea-aut vWtor to 'I We are glad to ay that arrangements I rid of the disease. S. S. S. acts upon the blood ridding it
found it to in Id it of and permanently
necessary put a ton their intentions being present it to healthy, normal condition.
Ocala have been tuade to fill the of the original poison and restoring a
shelving and over 5 XJ square feet like the first: sale, it i* believed that it entirely vegetable nnnvaled blood purr
Col. L. P. Miller is enjoying a visit vacancies m the iiltyi and there : S. S. S. is guaranteed removed from the
has wen added to their already will be an epoch in the industrial fier and the best of all tonics. With all impurities
from his sister, Mrs. McMillian, oft will be no interruption in the school i from the skin. Write us should
large capacity. Tbese shelves are development of this ecate.A blood. the sores and eruptions disappear
Gainesville, who arrived in Ocala work. information about your case : t .11 wfl|
made accessible by the H. W. Jone ---- ; you desire medical advice or any

Tuesday. patent rolling ladder erected by the New Firm. Continue to give us your prayers i I cost you nothing. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTAt GA. 1

Church goer say things at uight mechanic, Robert Conner. I Mr. J. J. Williams, who has for a and support, and continued properi.i I
expert
when they come in contact with some number of years been traveling this ty will crown our efforts. !
Miss Jessie Ovens, r>f parr, was in i
. of the >sidewalks in the business section section of the state in the interest of J. P. Hilburn, W. C. Richardson, MAGDUFF
Ocala Tues.lay paying bar taxes and i UBBARD & I 1
of the city. Armour &: Company, has severed his : I. ri. Patterson Trustees
says that everything in her neighborhood -
MissMetaJewett's 1 connection with that firm. He has
The reading club's meeting at
is alive with activity. The oldfield No Fence.
Tuesday afternoon wasmot purchased: the stock of goods of the HEADQUARTERS FORAMERICAN
? hitherto lying idle are now ro the Ed-tor of the Ocala B
pleasant. The club meets next under fence and cultivation and hundreds Ocklawaha Lumber Company's commissary Three cheers for John B. Floyd! He

week with the Miss Harris. at Silver Springs and also AND HOG FENCE
of new acres of land are being I is our choice to represent the farmers FIELD
I \ that of Hall & Pope at Belleview and isnT
Tom Barnes: and Harry Cole's baseball fenced and planted. 8be says that in Tallabassee. Who wants to vote d
I will in the future devote his time to t. S3 INCH.
teams will play a match game she never remembers at any time to 1 for a fellow who is afraid to speak out I
these Mr. Williams has taken I l S e
places. l 49ll't.J J
Friday afternoon on the old South have seen so many acres ID cultiva in meeting? Come, you who seek .-' I : 4' A. i ir
into partnership with him one ofOcala's r i I ; 1 iwI
Third street diamond. t r. 3 L
s tion.FOLiBHOSHMAS legislative honors, either mount or --,. 1I
-- --- 4 best business: men and the I. i! J4 r%. T ( tt r. r j jr
dismount State: your platforms. We -,,--< r r 8'N' I f r f 4j
firm will te J. J. Williams & Company.
FOLEYjlt 1tiyMmLA..R will not vote for a man who con not > ; :

fUc.A.UD"a.. W-h. .4to"*.the co..=(hand heals luny(:. Success to them. : --: f tIm'1" t : artntzr U
d tell us what he i- going to do for us i---t[ f ."\

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and is a member of the distinguished : Std le S.dal clog Horse.J Cattle Styli

Floyd family of that state. He is Sara 12 u.or.'Ii... a--r' Stays 11 la. .r t la.apart
.J MEFFERT.. JNO. H. TAYLOR
upright, bold, frarltrio and advanced Mace of large, strong, high; .grade steel wires, heavily: ga.vanLUd. 1-

ill his idea Knowing the benefitof ply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practica..y:: ever-

; Never no matter how great a strain is put on it.
the "no fen--e" law to every man :: .stg. goes wrong '
OCAlA ICE & PACKING COMPANY. j M-S not mutilate but does eEciently, turn cattle boric, hOlt i
in the county-except stockmen, he 'p I piss:

boldly proclaims it as a future law for

old Marion. !.VERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDt

Then that "black burden"-why ::V Manufacturers and by us. Call and see it Can show \ouhofl

should we be oppressed longer. Shall .; -.in s lye you money and fence your fields so they will stay fcnctd.

it descend from generation to gonera.-I Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Econoj Com Stirdder
tion. Please God we should rise up
I Paints Oils Glass Dears Sash Blinds Etc
and bless this man, John B. Floyd, '_

who suggests the idea of ending it. : Ocala Fla.
... Hubbard & Macduff ,
tt Our former legislators surely moot -

have been lacking in brains not to

' bave resented or removed this burden ...............Q..QQo.....

We beg to announce to the people before. Let the bites be taxed fur
: Write for Price List :
the benefit of their race and the n Goods Delivered free. j:
a .
I I blacks for the benefit of their race. :
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of Ocala and surrounding country Long life, happiness and many days. e :

;: residence at Tallahassee for John B. t .. 1 S

; Floyd. USE OF MANY.flev. I .

that we are now ready to furnish .

Selah I I
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Henry I
: them with Ice We have modern 44N .
new congregation in preaching a real i i tLl LLD .

, interesting sermon on the above .

{i machinery and efficient and will subject Sunday morning.He i iI I .
. men
traced the word to its Hebrew !
S .
origen and said it was used
seventy-I .

be able to fulfill the requirerhents of seven times in the old I

meant for everyone to strive to do his I : I

best; not to grovel in the dust, but to .

the trade promptly and satisfactorilyand stand on higher ground and worship .

high ideals.
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The sermon was rich with informa
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solicit share of tion and abounded with elevated j! 1 d3
a patronage. : = ;.. i

thoughts.A .
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I during the past week was that of Miss !
1 Old Old Miller S
ForteitCorn$200. nye +l. Mountain .
Clyde MeXair! and Mr. John Mizell, ''-M \ai let
ixirq i. iiAroeK $1.rt .
r fo >* Appl anti Peach Brandies .
both prominent young people of !! f0 IO to $"U). Kentucky Pride f3..2t t. Bovec 4x Rye f: ;. .. ,

FernaMdina. The marriage took ,i end 1 PoBtofflee or Express Moats Orders. S


bath place, at Wednesday four o'clock afternoon and only, a April few I I. BOWEN & COMP A9Y. : '


friends and relatives were present at I

\VATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON the: ceremony. )Ir. and Mrs. Mizell 1 i iw E. BAY ST.. JACKSONVILLE, FL- m.

are spending their honeymoon on I I :
the East Coast. .... "..


x ICE S PAC I ING COMPANY. Cough Settled on Her Lungs. I *" .: .

OCflLfl ( "My daughcer had a terrible cough : CREAM '
TORMSVHITE'S
which settled on her lungs, says X. W !

Jackson, of Danville, IU. We trieda
I J. 31.31EFFERT.. J '0. H. TAYLOR great many remedies without relief, .< ba a. wtia a

For 20 Years Has led aUWJl1IlHHi Y
until we gave her Foley's Honey and as. t c
Tar which cured her. Refuse subustates. OLD DT ALL" aRVCiatiTB.rw.rwwr. .

Postoffice Drug Store. m I'NpaN4 "7". .:____ ___JAM_ E S F. BALURD at.
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USA SUZA2EIB EA22IS, fecal E3: nor I i it I Ocata "Band of Mercy." In Compliment to Miss Blair. The Presbyterian Manse Burned i.& Will be Married Monde,. i t r CONOF\38D STATEMENT:

._. I I The Ocala Band of Mercy met Saturday Auction sales: for the pa"t few weeks The Preabytt run Mane on Fort it'111 Mr. William A. Hughey, of the i. ot the Condition of the !

E HAPFEH1NGS ABOUT TOBH. I afternoon at the Armory at bitve been quite the fad in Ocula. I King avenuejjit nest to tbe cbun-h, C Jacksonville Terminal Company, and i! COMMERCIAL BANK,

.' I four o'clock. The meeting was very The latest auction was the "auction WHS totally destroyed hy tire at four j Miss Mareella Pon, of this city will
;a't JACKSONVILLE FLA
Rev. L. D. Gt' gt'r, D.D., of Ar-opks, largely attended and was' a very sale of pare I"J" yesterday afternoonat O' 1C'k 'Wedoesdsy morning. The I be married at high noon Monday at-; .

is visiting in the city. interesting one. which Misses Sara and Violet ,,. exact origin o* the lire is not known, the home of the bride's parents, Mr.I' At tht dose oJ ,JlanIIt1.: ;t : ij j i I

':; The meeting: opened with the roll Harris entertained a few of their but as the kitchen wa? burned first, it and Mrs. Charles! F. Pona on South:

;. Mr. Harvey Palllips' Tampa, call: after which the hymn "Onward friends for Mis Emily Ford'a guest, I: thought tbat it caught from tbe Fourth street! The ceremony will be j I Loans,discounts and kl"O\-R'E'ra tgOvu .;;"'......... 'a- i

is spending a few days in OeaU. "' drafts._..... ._.. ........._...... 1\ J
: Christian Soldiers, was sung. The Miss Helen Blair, of Cincinnati O. flue I witnessed by only the family taxi a Beads a.d'stocks........ .."'.' r' j
ScalDaefrnm petate..._.... ..... ...... .. ... .' j jF1U1Ittare8,1f1xtur ;
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Lindsay aresUyiug president of tbeorzauuition, Rev. H. The sale took place at four o'clockon When the occupants, of tbe Manse: few frierd-s.: j -. .-... i 1

het'k. ,__... ..._.. '" ,
v with ){r. and lira. Robert L. W. Little, then offered up a prayer the lawn and was quite amusing. were awakened almost the entire Mr. Hnghey is a prominent young ; cash on lutud... ,. ..... -........ I :

Anderson temporarily. following it with a few introductory Each guest was given a small bag of house was enveloped in flames and man of Jacksonville and 3&43 Foul is '! Total..,.._. ....._.. )--j',:- -. -!- 1 i

remarks, whicb were both appropriate -: beans, whit b were used for money, they were stifling. Their escape was a pretty and attractive young lady ; UliHUTlI"- i
J Capital stock _..... ... .. j
Messrs. T. E. Jig?, William and pleasing. lIe said! wordsin : lima beans being valued at SCO; T.os.I a very narrow oae. The youngest: and i* the granddaughter rf the late Surplus Mid nndiridelpa..r.Deposils. ;-, ,. ,s ,
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i Hixktr, E I tWIll Divi were recent praise of the organization and of ton beans $IO; brown beans, $5; peas 1 1I I i children's. bedroom was a mass of state treasurer, Frank! J. Poan. She \! ,
I r Total_...._..... ......... c-- j
visitors to Inverness attending the the great interest manifested in the 25 cents. I I flames anc in a very few minutes I ha?only lived in Ocala for a- abort j i H. k'.rhIPre.i.kiit: J+

circuit court. work by the members and of the V iss Violet Harris acted as auctioneer they would have been cut off from while, but has made number of H. GAlLLAfcl, C.i.hle; i)
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devotion to the Miss i Ebb bids fair tc out rival friends
: I The executive committee- of the I uutiring cause by ecape. during her short residence in !

Florida Retail Merchants and Grocers IE. Tathum the organizer of tbe Mr. Phillips, the real estate autioawr, The fire had gained such a terrific Otuh. '9 !

:: association will meet iu thin city order in this city. and (01. Edmondson, the cattle auc headway that it was absolutely im- This paper extends its best wishes E 11 ..'f !

Mouday the 15th and will possibly; be Mr. Little.next presented badges to tioneer. Miss Harris wa secretaryand pos-ible to extinguish the flames to the }oun:: couple iu. advance :; = : I

twelve new members.f' treasurer. The bidding was although the firemen worked hel"Ji-1 RD
in session here three or four da3' C
Quick Payment of Fire Loss. r
!r A reading entitled 'The Bear rapid and spirited and it was not long cally. ; ,\.t.' :.. .. ., 1 1j.
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I I Mr. D.
W. Davis tbe .
represents
John B. Oordero, formerly of this Story" by James Wbiteomb Riley, before tbe parcels bad been disposed In the house at tbe time of the fire : ...

::- city, but note a resident of Jacksonville read by Mr. lake Gerig, greatly cf, tw nts five in all. were the (oar Lindsay children, Mrs. German. American Fire Insurance 1'e., .::-:!... ... E'D& -. i:
-- -
P of New York, in this city, and it was .., l.J' ,
who is representing; the state pleaded;; the children. I i After the sate each guest was given I Lindsay's sister, Mw. Straughn and ;ctr'I:- bfi e f < ,,a i

,: retail merchants organization, is here A piece of ex'li needlework was a slip of paper bearing ber name. her two children, Mrs. Bnrn- in this company that tbe Presbyterian -r: 'jULt: Id .k -. l' 1 i
.
I manse, which was destroyed by fire ... ,
F'., iu the interest of the same. railed, the number being drawn by All of tbe slips were then put into a ride and :Messrs. J. H. Worji- t : : .Ls1; !.
yesterday morning ai o'clock -
Master Cbarles Cullen, the youngest box and one name drawn therefromand man and: A. C. MeGtU, who was : n't
t Mr. K. 1,. Harper, formerly Jit theE insured. As : L'i 1 & CI F i i.r i. s ,
Boon as possible after the :
member of the Bind ,of Mercy. The to her was given the "free par- boarded there. Dr. and Mrs. Lindsay ., >::. : -- --. ,
head of our job deparuaeut, but nowropf'seutin Ore Mr. David wired: his of ... .. ... .. __ .Ii i
the 1 labor union
the I loss and 11
at o'clock he received ;
lucky holder of the duplicate being drew the slip whicb contained the Pfthuki to attend the Ejeabytery
in the and ij
w-
iavj-iting city wags very
thtfolll.wing from W. L.
otSee )[rs. F. A. Teague. name of Mrs. Watson. The Manse was'a lovely. place and Reynoldgeneral -, .;
pleasant caller at our yesterday. -
Thtu came the presentation. of the The following: 13 a list of seine of i its destruction is ,a great loss. For ., manager of the coinpuu : IJ
I "Adjust loss on
--- -- -- prizes for tbe best essays on ""Kind the artiees auctioned : 'A sure cure tunately, however, the loss is entirely parsonage promptly. ,
Miss Sara Fraser, of Saginaw, Will pay loss'iu e-wh without .j .
: ness," which had been offered to the for that tired feeling This was a covered by insurance. IS' I
Mich., who has been spending the count." ,
children by IisJ:: Tathum. The prizes large sized pill! box containing a tiny Dr. Lindsay's household and e t
winter and spring in Ocala: the guest Record : Fire, 4:30 a. m ; ions p.mi 4 a
were appropriate books and were ebJ. f. The following prescription personal effects were not insured anda ,
of Mrs. R. G. Blake, left yesterday to before close of banking boars -an.,-
r donated by different friends of the was on the box: Xo. SO.COO, Dr. great many were completely de j
f spend the summer in New York with day ; Dick 41U deck for more bu-iu--" !
( baud. Powers. Take all day if necessary. stroyed.The. v
relatives.T. before night.Pneumonia ,
Usher: :Norwood received the first Knocked down to Miyj Blair for .
Old Mai s' Convention..
;t. w. Smith & Company, the Wtltr prize, Laura Norwood, tneseoond and 110,000. is Robbed of its Terrors.
At the Us the 1i
Old
r side hardware firm, have taken the Hope Robinson the third. Another article was a pound of armory night By Fol">',a Honey and Tar. 1 i

ag ncy for the New_ lUrrttt cooking I {:lhli' Convention was presented uy Stops Ute racking tot'gh and he The United: Americans a
Margaret Anderson, Dorothy "b tter" this being a uuall goat,
stoves iu this tioa. This stove h i local talent to a fairly good audience.: sad sireiiKlbenst use luugsL ir taken Oti;-rihe i.e-t sin'i' .... .>! .* .' i
!>l Schreiber, Victor Little and Christine done in a butter tray. Knocked ,
will I up The play was under tbs directionof I in time it will prevent au utuck of fraternal orgauizMiou ia th- ftH E,

built on a new principle which Little also prizes as em-our- down tl) Mrs. GerigforS60.A pl1eum ,i.. Reru j-ulwiitufts Pewoffice for the rxor man or was> ,.I no i
Miss Hattie Jones of
Kentucky,
be published in a few days See their agemeut for the great interest they are "mitten" represented the bacbeIji'j < Drug M-.I*. ni CUM that afford i" carry II u fxen.iusuraU'V ; .- :t !j
and the result of ber
training was
ad in another column. I" poliov. In trui!< a.r.ea.:. while the "old maid'ssecret"
showing in the work. secret
most excellent.: The milk goat 'i> the ('.Mr lu*n'. and iu "bb'ions flrulaIl.I-| l .i. ;9

. Mr. Rilpl1 Edward. of the J ek.f A vote of thanks was tendered\ to I was a' broken heart (candy. .Miss Gertrude Peystr as presidentof cow Iud ib -r- :-ho\lhi! (bniojv of sick: beuffi'santi: awitleui ht'lI..fit toper !

sonville Industrial H otd'aq, a I Capt. Nash< and: the Ocala Rifles for The tim was bought by Mrs. Li lon the (convention and MNs Etojse them in th" ioutitr' ibtu there are.The wetk paid I, 'iotbs u loan, hut I soa x i

caller at this otliee yesterday. Theobject the free use of the Armory; also to for $3,000 and the latter by :alias Izlar excellent and milk 'oj "lfhf'll and pakfable I I ht'Drfit.: For further wrtu-uLr rdat I: t
4 as s-tcrctary were
aid will makibe .-niid *: (rou< anti 1 UM main offi.'t' at ihllnzair s.rt': i
the Ocala the Star and the Weathers for $1,GOO.
a of his visit to Ocala was to attend press, Mrs. J. R. Moorthead, Mrs. B. T. vigorous. I I J. \V. \\VstoM
t general orgauiz r. :37tit '
the Chuublis cattle sate, a full ILuiutr, for their courtesy and words "Heavenly Twins," two tiny dolls. Perdue, Mis>ts Pauliue Sullivan, I- ,

of :Nice to Have for a .. s
encouragement and commendation Something ---- -- --
will in the
account of which appear Jessie Palmer, Sara Wbitfleld, Lou

i of the Industrial Record.Col. and to :Miss Tathum the thinks: Moonlight ride ou Hirer Springs a I
next >siie Moody, Sue Anden-ou Annie Atkin.
I of the baud was; extended for her small canoe. T.W.SMITH&CO.
son, Ildner Dozier, Edna Jeffords anda
j
yir H. C. who
and Avery,
!
Found" mall
interest in tbe work. "V here Love is a
number of others who were delegates
have been the greater SOLE AGENTS. t
pending part The interesting meeting closed with dictionary. ;
to the convention,' acted their
of the winter and spring: in Ocala, the bingiug of' "America" by the "Aftfr It-nt," a very dilapidated !
parts most admirably.
will leave today for their Ma*'* ebuKelts entire audience. umbrella.
I :Mr. John Mathews took tbe part of
t home.: On their way up they ------ "A fcooveuir.froin lh* of the I
L grave Professor; :Make-Over and made the
I
will in Jacksonville, Atlanta Serious Accident.
stop over: only woman a man is commanded to I .
Old Maids' all young and beautiful by t
I Alien
As Mr. nooger.dh'J returning
Aikeu, Richmond and other remember except bis own wife," a I
I grinding them through a machine,
; poin t:!. They: are eft w eil pleased 1 \\ith last night from toe pclitlC1l1llpeaking I tiny bag of salt with the card attached
|
Eureka when the browof each one coming out a oung and
our city, climate and people that I at nearing I : "Remember Lot's w ife."

they will return next winter. the hill at the Sebafler place, be A "iroll .d plant" was representedby beautiful gill.
i I This wailI. new version of this
collided Sauls
with Mr. *uperiuteuueut -
of rubber in a flower
a peice pot.
Mr. Frank A. Walpole, for a number of the telephone system, woo auiusingand popular play and took y se
"Tbe Light that Failed," a burned
of years editor of the Palmetto was; _riding his. bicycle and going" yin well with the audience as shown by
out eledtrie light.
News, afterward editor of the Tampa':: I the direction of Silver springs. the frequent laughter and applause.In .
After tbe autiou lemon ice and
and who for the past: few -- ---- -- ---
Herald The night was dark, Mr. Sands was
I. cake was served and the remainderof Honor of Visitors.
hareturned
been in Alabama\ ,
11 months has
carrying: no lantern, and ran: witn fr
the afternoon was spent very Misses Louise Scott and Alice ButIocs -
aud has
Florida purchas r
: to great force into Mr. Rodger's team ; av
Palmeteo Record and will taker pleasantly. spent the week-end with Miss iF
: ed the the mules were badly frightened and

charge of the same today. Florida thy unfortunate bicyclist fell under Miss Ford's Oanct. Catharine Hampton at Gainesville: I

F Journalism is glad to wd"lueIr.! their heels and.was badly trampled ; Another delightful event of Easter returning Saturday. On Friday I

:1- Walpole back to his first love. i hie nose was broken, and be received week in Ocala was the dance given evening their hostess complimentedthem Watch this aJvestisamsntfjr: a full djssnption i af :his splendid stove in a

> several ugly gashes in the face, and it Thursday night by Miss Emily Fordin with a party speaking of which few days. ;
i Sayne It.CromJiarty. colored, who the Gainesville Sun of Sunday says :
is a miracle that ha escaped: with his honor of her popular and attractive -
i has for several years has been postmaster "Miss Hampton entertained t. select i
guest, Mi=:!:Helen Blair, of Cincinnati i
: ; at Atlas, Alachui county, is: Iile.As party of friends Friday evening at ii i
soon as tbe mules could be quieted Ohio.
now iu jail here, having teen committed the home of her parents, Hon. and
unfortunate. gentleman was The guests present were Miss Blair,
; after a hearing before United Mrs W. W. Hampton, 401 Church
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson Mr. and
picked up, platted in the wagon, and ,
Slates Commissioner, D. S. Williams, street in honor of :Misses Bullock and ha wntali'ed-jsciof '
Y ti-! tnlth rttarets
:Mrs. C. V. )Miller Mri. G.R. MeKean, ; to b s
the and taken the
brought to city to 1f more physic txreels[
: .auprobabyeuyotheroceui-
,
on charges of embezUing. money &'Ott, two charming young ladies of f t.tse ernaiartoAmercasa 1'r,
r: his wounds Misses Mary Little, Georgia Smith, tr i et
funds hospital where were dressed WHY? Sin-i-o tae aieup n the first inoaxrto!
order funds, postal postage O ala who visiting Miss Hampton. of the :
4 Harris are :aa ady tea t-tea; [s L'.uafq scourged'rtL
I Mona Hiller, Hattie Dye, Sara aintae,
by Dr. Hood. .. t or tiat dead'r nerat-calomel.
of J100 in
the
also larceny
r :stawpxand .
Don't Do It. It's Dangerous. it 'an't at ail ,
I Esther Weathers Violet Harris and
another Besides receiving the injuries above neceasa either. Wi yoattdreiyguarantee i
to
bim for delivery
cash sent
: "The evening was passed in a man
Mary Reardon, Messrs. J. H. Taylor,
described Mr. Sands'
j bicycle was HERBINE
- K party. ner appropriate, and the visiting
---- f W. D. C. L. Anderson. H.
j smashed. Taylor, ,
badly of foracrelraneast
ladies bad the opportunity +
young mnrecar.nrfmuoreWarta
O.1forlla i ItL
of .
R. G. Wright,
Maj. purrgbrbat Ha. Ali tba
J.:
AS soon as his wounds were dressed Workman, M. Roess, Stephen meeting many of the young society L udea ,+nret-cone of th ar dr virp.adgni jr ,fr u rwi
the number who attended r corn taeaneer.aidneyandsv.
among large be was seen on the streets and says Jewett, J. H. Mathews, O. B. Howse, folk of Gainesville. i f 50o per bottle. All Dnaaisis.y aelam bl
_
Chambliss cattle sale yesterday. -
,' the that ha received no internal injuries. W. T. Wheeler, S. E. Hiller, T. H. "Missen Bullock and Scott are two j ..
-
t i y The Major has just returned Harris, Sandford Jewett' Dr. H. C. I Ocala's fairest young ladies. They i Y r

where he has been visiting have made friends during their
Cuba
.i. from Bowling Alley Changes Hands. Dozier and George Ford. many
t. visit here who will their departure
regret
had most
several weeks and a
f. for Mr. Hampton S. Chambers has purchased The Ford home is a lovely place for home."

< enjoyable time. the bowling: alley from Messrs. entertaining and the dancing in the -

.. t Mrs. C. E. Taylor has returned from Strauss 4 Company, the trade having reception ball and dining room was Daughters Entertained.The THE CLUB HOUSE.

i- I' trip to Palatka via the Oeklawahariver been consummated Friday afternoon. greatly enjoyed, Mr. Leon 'Fithel Daughteas of the Contederacywere

where she went in company The new proprietor contemplates furnishing the" music. entertained at their regular

with her sister. Miss Edith Wilson making several changes and improvements The large veranda was: convertedinto monthly meeting Friday evening by
f a sitting room and was used 1 i "
f and her two guests, Miss Kemp, ofNew and will strive to make it between the dances. Punch was! I Mrs. !l. Gottlieb. The meeting was a Cuisine First Class. Rates Reasorjable.

Puckett especially. an attractive rendezvous most pleasant one, quite a number of
Berlin, Fla., aud Miss served on the veranda and later in

for the ladies and to that end is goingto the evening cake and strawberry ice the members being present.: After
of Xacoochee Ga.Special.
Rates Month.
: Refurqisrjed) Throughout) Special by
give handsome prizes to those make was served. tbe regular business bad been trans- !

; Notice. ing tbe beat scores at the tournaments Miss Ford's party was an informaland acted refreshments were served by the ,
' The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. exceedingly pleasant one and her
which he will arrange on special days hostess assisted by little Miss Nellie .
Allen the eye, ear, nose and throat guests showed what a good time they ,

l surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday every week during the summer sea I were having by remaining until after .: Gottlieb Alta Pearson', Irma Blake I, MRS. THOS. J. BARNES,'PROP :

April 2Sth, Montezuma Hotel. t son. the midnight hour. and Marguerite Porter.




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. s 'ACE SIX THE OCALA BANNER ;

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: menta are made at the au;; etitloa fit I 1"1"I PROTECTE RE.RO- UNDER THEjLAW. south must melt all problems of humanity BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH [
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THE OCALA BANNER PROSPECTS
irresponsible! persons and ocr repre- !,I and justice in the spirit of OFFLORIDA'S -. t

treated as : reason and justice. They ean du
V wntatives in congress are

V run HASSIS, me r. mere figureheads.When j 1 I comes more and more apparent that To the Editor the Oca'.a: Banner. much for their owe wellfarc, comfort JUNIOR J I
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: .1'. 7. tuTCZstm Ib'ier. Senator Tali rro will t* his own and happiness giving protection to
President: Cleveland occupiedthe I am induced to write you another

I" successor, and some conservativemen the negro both before and after ne
executive chair a different 81'tem letter upon the subject of the one that SENATOR x !
familiar with state polities, gets into court.
Y prevailed and the south was I II 1 recently wrote under the heading: F
I
far to predict his nomination
nth go eo u JNO. G. REARDOX.
recognized; as & part of the political JAMES p. TALIAFBRJIO wa. bon
ia the first primary. "Protect the Negro Under the Law,
household; Carlisle, Garland, Lamar, at Orange Court Ham VSrgiB-a. St r
The democrats of Florida love fair from the fact that many of our white Brother Cadwia Shauld Examine His tember Mth. 1847 and spent aw jw
Smith and other occupied seats in t
play even in matters political Theyare citizens have commended me for the Lenses. and young manhood is h*. ECv f
the cabinet and places on the supreme -; We must coatead that ia the writing ot State. tHe
waking to tbs fact that their
op '
bench and were sent to represent vie# and the appeal for maintain Brother Harm: txU -tie mea and measureshe is a desenidaat of Robert Ta. a

junior senator has: been unjustly advocates at this time-we cannot rccognue .- l
as ministersand ing our white race civilization therein ferro who cam from 2aiaa4 :*
this: government the Ocala EdJar" of a few years aa-
.. foreign lands. charged, even maligned, by men expressed. And for the farther fact CiinesriHe: Star.Brother the year 16it aid efi4 is &.eez ,
plenipotentiaries sole is succeed him county Virgiai aM *&. *** *** .
to
whose object ,.
heard
K I of the grateful acknowledgement Godwin should have
To end the policy of sectionalismnow Blenheim bra>us of what iaa aiae

MOTTO: THE EASNEK, BELIKVIXO fro rampant under Sir. Rooseveltthe and they are preparing to resent this made to me by prominent and Dr. Wharton's sermon at the Baptist become a n1l m roM faatily. Mr Ta,

THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO democratic party must be restoredto aDjust treatment at the primary ballot worthy men of the negro race for the church Tuesday night. iaferro's father. WM Pdasut. Pesdls

HAS ,I TaUaferro, a profufaast phya; '1iC
THEMSELVES
TAKE CASE Of box. ton
JO\iI'ei be done spirit of that letter, and the hopes This eloquent preacher aid that
and this can only of Grange eonaty. who dtsn4ced ast et
[
TAKES ITS STAND IX TUB BARRICADES
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, by its loyal members agreeing upon a Thii is not the paid for opinion of a they have therein. I was glad that very frequently people who found tire life to the' duties of kit prof*.** r

subsidized newspaper! but it U the copied into columns the fault with the Bible-or certain In that vicfatty.Mr .
BE MADE FOR and unify you your passages
-, AK ITS FIGHT WILL policy that will harmonize Taliaferro was tcgaged a at

1 gf T.B BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE warring factions. simple voicing of an opiaiou that resolution of the Confederate in it-were very frequently attiring bia edscattea in tie aoteu

BftTTOU. the members of the every wide awake citizen know is Veterans at Memphis surely, surely themselves* wrong and looked at these school of William Dinwi***. at Gr *a
As long as bntweea tie
wood Then the war
--- ---- -, -- ---- being quietly passed from o.e man to
.
-- -- -- party ttand ready to subordinate its that was the voice of the true Southern passages; from the wrong poiat of States began, and left the school A18S4

"'.' FRIDAY, AfRIL. 15 HH. gocced to the iU'Xt' of individuals a his neighbor, from city to city, townto people and a powerful demandfor view. That the Bible was all right when only 11 years of age, U

town, and county to county, all the maintenance of our civiliza and every pasnage in it was susceptible enlist in the Confederate army it
party victory U impossible. which he served gatH the close of the

: .:: ,.... FOR 1 ladividual preferences must give over the length and breadth of Flori tion.Who to a plain interpretation.To war. Returning to his home attar

I da. shall contradict them? Who illustrate his meaning he said the surrender, he endeavored to r*
way and earth member be willing to and complert his itadiea, ba'
UNITED STATES SENATOR some
:y. make concessions, consecrating him That kind of an opinion is the shall question their right to pass that that once a party visited the University the m'.fortnaes of war lad made Me

VOTE FOR greatest manufacturer of votes known judgment? They but show that they of Missouri and one of the changes in the condition of tie faa.
task of making the successof
', self to the ly that he decided to abandon hit purpose
to the political world. have a kindly memory for the faith- ladies of the party tok a peep the responsibilities
the party the paramount and only and enter at once upon
JAMES P TALIAFERRO I It is an opinion that counts for ful service and protection freely l and through the telescope and vowed she of maahood. ia the hope
issue.It .
much in a citizenship so closely knit of bettering his own fortunes aj we:
the walking across the
I courageously given by negro race saw an elephant
WHOSE NAME IS COMMONLY PRONOUNCED is: too critical a time in the hiil.tory as those of his family.
,c as is the democracy of Florida. : to the women and children of the face of the moon. The professor in Removal to a more promising ethan -'-
of the party to hamper: the delegates
AS IF IT WAS The principal charge brought was then offered In his native
south when the men of the south were charge of the huge instrument madean ,
to the St. Louis convention with State appeared to be imperative, sad
SPELLED iron bound instructions. against Senator Taliaferro u that he faraway fighting in a terrible war. examination and discovered that young Taliaferro cane to Florida seer

is the friend of corporations-theCDrporation's My purpose in discussing this question the moon was all right but something jag such employment as might pre l
t It should not be done. and finding it. ai many
cent itself
'tTHE
candidate.But is only for good. Good for my was wrong with the telescope.It .
has doseat
"Carthage mast be destroyed, was another adTeaturoas youth
IIT LI t
what a manly way the senator race and people and good for the was discovered that in taking out the very foot of the Industrial lad
for a long time the slogan in Roman .
i has of that 4er. Possessing no capital but nealtt
meeting charge.He negro: race. There it this paramountidea the lenses to clean them a little .
history and to this one idea! every hope and a sturdy determination Irwin
----- ---- subordinated.The points to his record in the senate in this matter: Mutuality of mouse had got caught between them, which has ever Since teen one o.
thing eUe was
PARAMOUNT ISSUE. and says in substance : domestic interests between the white which looked to the young lady likea his chief characteristics, he took ser
democratic party should adopt opponents vice: as a lumber marker hi a saw mila
If my will point to one people and the colored people of the veritable elephant walking across laborer wearing the
the Roman purpose and have for its common
c' We have reached a crisis in the single instance in my senatorial career south. And it seems to me that tbat the moon. roughest of clothing and living on tH

: history of the democratic party. motto the following: where my vote has not been recorded is the only basis upon which to settle The "OcaU Editor" U all right, but .coarsest of fare. He "graduated
be thence Into Baker togsgcarap.
"The republican party must a county
., Its destiny now hangs as fatefully in favor of the people and the race question. Several great something has gone queerly wrong : 'With little improvement in ta
end individual
destroyed, and to that
in the balance as it did just before and against special priilleges I will retire business men who employ large num- with Brother Godwin's knses. condition; but after some years ol
'V preferences should be feet aide faithful service for others he began
after the assembling of the Charles from the race. bers of negro laborers have told me to look out for himself. Having become
and the unification of the party be t First Gun of the Local Campaign.The .
-.: ton convention. It has been the uninterrupted cus- that my recent article i3 on the right familiar with the lumber bwi-
the one desire and the one purpose Df: first gun of thejocal campaign ness from the ground up" he a4
It fatefully it did when tom of democratic Florida to
a hangs aa an give line, and they said that convince the
loyal democrat. fired Eureka and the dressed himself to the auainmeat oi
every was at :Saturday
i- it was compelled to go into the ranks her senators at least two terms. This negro that the law's full protection is the high position therein which h<

of the republican party in search for a POLITICAL BUSHWHACKING. I custom will not be broken in the case about him and it will give the south candidates report the occasion a most soon achieved, and which proved t ,

glorious one.Instead be the safe basis of his later socce, *
" candidate.It of Senator Taliaferro, who has been a the best laboring claw in the world: I During the strenuous period of ftu

bangs! *s fatefully as it did when It is amusing at first, but it soon becomes faithful servant of the state; whose that the> negro was our best defend- of mod machines, pepper growth: as a man and a citizen Mr

disgusting to heir such fellows a* Wilson I boxes and lean and lank bushwhacking !: Taliaferro, while making no pretra-
L Senator Vebt announced to President Harris. 4ppeyard. Caldwe'J. MeCteary and record is without a blemish, and during ence for labor from every standpoint, sinus became profou
as a politician,
f : others their kind, talking about "the disreputable the candidates tossed beautiful
Cleveland from his seat in the United whose five yean in office more insubstantial and that we ought to show our ap ly interested in the political event of
methods of J. M. Bans. It is
bouquets and fragrant flowers at each the times, and passed through the trying
i states senate that the two wings of enough to mike those who really know these t benefits has come to preciation the fact by giving him
fellows wonder: why they are permitted to run : other for which they received the scenes of the reconstruction period
the had to the "parting of Florida the
party come general
at and decent from governmentthan full and adequate protection under shoulder to shoulder with sours
large men.-Gainesville
annoy !
smiles the ladies and
the vays" and which announcement in most gracious of Florida's! bravest and worthiest slit
'. Star. any previous! twenty years. the law. Certainly both the laws: of
the of the its, helping to bear the bardess of Uw
culminated in the nomination of t&::> far us: the Ocala Banner la concerned The love of justice and fair play God and those of civilized mn give bearty applause men. trial of Democrats charged with violations .i

William J. Bryan for president at it is not in Mr. Barrs' district which has its abiding place in the the right to the master to protect his The crowd was estimated at one of Republican election taws; and

Chicago and John M. Palmer at In and has had no occasion to say any breasts! of Florida democrats is even servant. This right becomes & duty hundred and fifty and there was din- on one occasion was find ia eoetMapt
for cheering In open coart a verdict f
to have fed .
ner enough a regiment.Chairman
dianapolU.These thing about him one way or another. I now at work rebuking this epiritof where wrongful and uncivilized force of acquittal In one of those trial H4

serious disasters that We Indeed, the Ocala Banner bas endeavored demagoguery, which alone seeks the seeks a victim. For a longer time Holliday presided aud served the Democracy with unwearied

did the honors most gracefully.All enthusiasm and rare fidelity wltboal
overtaken the party have resulted to conduct the campaign: I political undoing of :Senator Talia than any prophet now living can a thought of personal reward' dvriaj

almost in the entire political elimination decently and on a plane somewhat I ferro.-PaUtka New estimate the negro in the south will the candidates for the legislature the subsequent yean of Democratic

., except Mr. Floyd; all the candidates rule, and to such good purpose that he
of the bouth as an integral elevating. ---- d
I be its defendeuce for labor and do
became the choice of his fellow D.
!-a
for feheriff and nearly all the
I: ,V part of the Federal union. Search iU files and on no occasion mestic service. Therefore let us not ocrats as a member of the State Exeutive

Examine and CAME NEAR DYING other candidates were present tnd Committee, of which body h<
political history Olin it. be found where it has I lost its forget: our humanity for the negro
was the chairman for several
,' it will b j, found that the south has head, forgot iU manners, indulged in and our respect for our own Anglo- from 11 o'clock, a. m. until 4 o'clock In 1S71 Mr. Taliaferro wa years marriedto

.. not had a representative in the cabinet abuse, billingsgate and villification, Saxon blood aud spirit. The civiliza- p. m., except for the intermission for Miss Jessie Hardy of Norfolk V..
From Awful Skin Humour.
an and limpid and establishing a home la the city ol
dinner, eloquence pure ,
of since
& any republican president or made a siuglestatement I regards
repugnantto Scratched Till Blood Ran. tion that not, but neglects the Jacksonville has ever s ace revived.
flowed from the lips of the speakersin
: the days of Grant. hightonert Journalism or unsu tain- absolute individual rignts of its pea there. Success came to hiaa a* the

A section it has been Wasted to Skeleton. a manner so pleasing that it would due reward of intelligent effort aad tip
a political
ed
by raCI!;.
; ple is a civilization that is in dee y. right dealing with his fellow meaand
., Athenian audi-
have an
captivated
! erased from the map. The Ocala Banner has not even In conclusion: of this letter I wish to honors sought him. 'He became

[, In appointiug federal office holder printed an offensive cartoon or uken I CURED CUTICURA insert in it Mine extracts from & letter dence. president of the First National lash-
u of Ta:ipa. a member of the Florida
Ocala ;
The returned to
( in the south, both great and small, ot a tingle candidate in language nC't'Iirrantt.d I J received by me from Rev. R :;. delegates State Board of Health aDd nee prey

I the president does not consult the \\ by the rules of politeness I Quarterman, pastor of Mt. Zion tout S o'clock delighted with" the dent of the C. B. Roger Co Unspoiled

senators from the re pecti.oOutberu j lOne. Application Soothed Him to day's experience. by prosperity be baa lived a
and
law. %
parliamentary African Methodist church
Episcopal
; life of sobriety aad self-cuotrol.
( states he is to do the Sleep. Cure Speedyand Every candidate thinks he gained never
as required by
Seeking no for for the past twenty-four
office asking no of Ocala,in which he expresses his years, hav4
constitution but all there aNJOiulSTRENGTH Permanent. friends and won votes. touched intoxicating liqvort
public favors, offending in no precedent satisfaction and that of his race for His election to the failed States

established by party platformor I the kind words I have said for them.I The diamond mine stocks left ly Senate in 1S!>*S was aa event of now

usage, upholding indeed, as far as I .t When my little boy was about three believe he speaks the true sentiment the late Cecil Rhodes pay forty percent than ordinary sigfiiAeaaee la th<
months old his head broke out with place of exciting ieetIIeIi of stubborn
Is an attribute of manhood universally it has been able, the principle and a of his best people when he says: dividends. contest which had characterized aim;
rash,which was very itchy and ran considerable _.
desired.oiil\' Few of people understand that the dignity of its party, yet it has been watery fluid. We tried every- "We are not asking for social equality -- --- --- -- :, lar previous occasions there WM a

source physical strength is food: the thing we could, but he got worse all the cairn quiet yet determined coaceatr.
and that every one who has sufficient object of very coarse and vulgar time till it spread to his arms, legs,and aDd don't want it. We are for protection ; tion of political forces la but direction! :

there nourishing are thousands food should of be strong But abuse both in cartoons and in language then to his entire body, and he got so under the law as an American SOfT CORE i i which resulted in his election oa the
puny people who bad that he The rash first
came near dying. ballot taken
:i separately ia the
have plenty of a wimple of which is rvI
good food *
How is that given would itch so that he would scratch till citieen. We have scores of I I spectlve houses of the Legislature oa
explained? The afcove. the blood ran, and a thin yellowish stuff
white friends all over this south land the 18th of April by a large
majurity
explanation is would be all over his pillow iu the morn brook the
r Like the
running
It occurs to it that and the formal deelaratioa
simple. Food a cause is weak ing. I had to put mittens on his handsto who stand where yau stand. of a
. does not I red blood that flows throughthe like result'on the following day. in
nourish and waning that feels compelled to keep him from tearing his skin aroundhis
There people in this
are no countrywho the joint
the session when he
S body unless wrists. lie got so weak and run veins has to from received 4"
come
:. digested resort to this sort of illegitimate cam down that he took fainting spells like know the negro as the Southern votes, a majority of :9 ant a ptaral.

f and assimilat paigning. we would think him dying. lie was almost somewhere.The Ity of 22, of those present and votia&
or' ed. Diseases of I a skeleton and his little hands whit men, and no one should be his springs of red blood are Commenting upon the event the

the stomach Though unholy and unrighteousthere were thin like claws. friend as the southern white man. Times-Unkm: and Citizen of April :W.

t and other organs is bach a thing as a certain kind I "lie was bad about eight months The feeling between the races in found in the soft core of the uttered the following re&arfca&u
of digestion when we tried Cuticura Remedies. 1 bones called the and bly fulfilled
J:. ( and nutrition of warfare that is pronounced legitimate had not laid him down in his cradle In Ocala and Marion county have been marrow prophecy, which has been so remark*
f hinder thei' the daytime for a long time. lie had some say red blood also comes The
l but bushwhacking: is not whole past life of
James
eo and will continue so if the P.
proper digestion that he slept in all good ,
got so just oar arms from the bone Taliaferro
spleen. Healthy stamps him
and assimilation recognized in any part of the civilized the time. I washed him with Cuticura responsible white men will see to it Liz of the as the hUtH-
of the world. Soap and pot on one application of marrow and: healthy spleenare demagogue man of ac
nutrition contained Cuticnra Ointment and he was so that true and tried white men are full of fat. tion rather than speech, who will per

"' V.- I in thefoodeaten.Thus Without arguments or facts to soothed that I put him Iu the cradle. Both will form more than he dares to promJ e.;
in races
placed authority. :
You don't know how glad I felt when he Scott's Emulsion makes new fair to his: foes loyal to hit fr.a4*
the strength of justify their statements, the newspapers felt better. It took one box of Cuticura be injured fcy bad men managing our blood the bone unmoved !la defeat and equal la vie-

food is lost, that join in the abuse of the Ointment,pretty near one cake of Cuti aflairs." by feeding tory-a very rock in the time of trouble -

P wasted. cura Soap, and about half a bottle of marrow and the spleen with but modest and quiet. when
Ocala sea
& Dr. Kcrce's Golden Medical Discoverycures Banner and the candidates it Cuticnra Besolvent, to cure. I think have also received a letter from mess is assured. The
the richest of all fats the service he h*<
diseases of the stomach and its allied favors, are lowering thf campaign oar little boy would have died only for pure done left him with wide
organs. It causes the perfect diges- the Cuticnra Remedies, and I shall always Booker T. Washington, a copy of cod liver oil. he is not popularity because
tion and assimilation of food and thus it from the high plane of polite a brass band cam
t: journa remain a firm friend of them. which reads as follows: paigner' ; but the
males men and women strong. lism to the low plane of bushwhack- MR.!. M. C. MAITLAND, J Pu.ONTU.IO. For pale school girls: and know this whole State will soon
4 .I had bees suffering from indigestion no Hotel Manhattan New York CitY.Apri11th.1904.. invalids and for all whose worthy lOG of Old firftata
badly that I could not work more than half the ing. ( .) this citizen of Florida,
as Days
In 14 Mrs. Maitland Costt-
t' time but now tau wurk every dar anti cat any No return years. ty snows
Hon. Ha.PEAK. blood is thin and
John G. Reardon Ocala pale Scott'sEmulsion and honors
y thing 1 want."write Mr Victor L. Hayden. of writes under date of Feb. 2f, 1903, that aDd tnMtt him
Blad'4use.\ottowayCo..Vs. "U'hvf Because The proposition to Unit! the watersof the cure Is permanent. Si*-My attention has just been called is a pleasant and rich absolutely,"
, I tool*. Dr. R.V, Pierce'Golden Medical Ducov- Inform loan article by you which appeared in the
much to
: try U bas put new life and energy In me.re.stured the raging Withlaeoochee with the U affords me pleasure
since "Ocala Banner"of March nth under the heading blood food. It net only feeds .
is fourteen
buy health and made a man of me once yon that it years
r- more I used to weigh 170 but had gotten down city of Ocala, and to utilize the my boy was cured of the terrible skin ."Protect the Negro Coder the Law," and the blood-making organs but Death Sentence Commuted.
. to 144. now am bark to 160 and win soon be back from which he suffered. I write to thank, you for the rash and brave Boise. Idaho April 11-n.
' at medicine my old hat weight done U if all.nothing happeita.. Your stream as a source of power, I is certainly disease"He has been permanently cured and manner in which you discuss this question. It gives them strength tu do board of pardons last night commuted stats.

t i Accept no substitute Golden Medical an interesting The scheme Is hearty and strong. the sentiments advocated by you were to their work.Send the sentence George
proper Levy to ute
o Discovery." has already been Loll taiwirtoBi tt wrM. C ticttr. Zntttni, One become Dni..ersanyiCttpled In all parts of our Imprisonment
The Medical Adviser 1008 pronounced feasibleby Caora.f lIIoaoIAe eo.4 PIlla. scpv.rial ol Wl.Orats.atM.lt..p.Lk .. country,in the north as wen as in the south for; free!sample. Ho was to have beta
People's 1's'** LMOOOAT .ICJwWo.aeq.1
the engineers who have looked ...- and and shame. SCOTT i BOWXE. (Chemists hanged oa Friday for
.. of to l wa A. Punt Bwoa.1111 CohlmllU they would save us much treble the murder or
oa receipt
pages//w stamps pay into *. Poa r Dm*&OwiB. C.rp. FFOpnrtoifcrftaoata 10944 Pearl htrect jew Cork Davis
t expense of !113.i1iny.. Skid 21 one- the matter and future develop. IIW&0 .ajoun st.- Very truly youas, joe aid 1.00; all dzugxst.s.fOIEY5KIDNEYCUPJ, Levy, In October, 1901. Tk!
for the menU'along this line BooK a T. \10',sun TOY. feature of the application
= cent stamps papercovered'editiun will be awaited ftr cl** .o

" or 31 stamps;> for the cloth-hound with Interest throughout. the state.TimesUnion. .- FOLEViO'YL TAR These letters evince an admirable was a showing Indicating that aaother
volume, to Dr. Pierce-Buffalo,N.Y.
. Cure. ?re.ms Pneuraaola spirit. The white people of the Makes Xiduevs and gladder, R'__ ., man may have committed the deed.




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PUBLIC, SENTIMENT IND was, but if it he, in his eatiriwliou a I Hearst Delegates to St Louis.

RU5SIA.\\ crime for me to vote 'o seat a republican The ftmftrtrace called to meet in I t

The lfutisiauminister is from a republican state iu ths Jacksonville' : 011 April seventh for the II

appointed tbat the United State! seuate, and e-j-wially purpose of agreMug upon a lift of I

= country It not on the side of Ku"via i where tlir was no democratic con- delegate/
and he says it I U unaccountable. He II I te.tflit, what: tau he ray of Iii! action I national democratic convention at I I I

?, says this country has alw.ij. teen the in voting republican Sr. I..ui in July favorable to the

t friend of Russia anal the prevent sentiruent ag !I
is I asioimtiiug. He beems to legislature of Florida?" be follnwiogObb 8. Br,

think it tnmltHe. mu"t"er :, Henator! Taliaferro ruinfuUy, fairly of PenMu*>li> ; .". M rtimoctou. ?f :* '*KPI>. \

dull or simply makiog believp: that lie and with great force, auswer.'rt the Tampa; W.J. Bryanof Jacksonville; I' .
01.:1 mpne7 "'tnn;: k
thinks he does. The public sentiment claim wade fcy Governor Jennings to I J. E. T. B/)when, of Jacksonville; T. f I written IH' m n who kno'lJ1

iu this country is not the resultof the effect that h* bad voted against i E. Anderson of Live Oak ; W. J. you all abI.: 4. ,

enmity to Russia, but one of simple certain amendments which had Chambers, of Ocala; H. C. Mi-Ka t'. o f I. Pota.sh '
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justice in national atlairs. sought embody certain principlesof Pasco county; Freak L. ;Mays" < fPtiisacola mmffil ? / ; ;.; -
., 'p. I They are needed by evtry man
Public aeuliment has been in thelbw and R. C. D.mu of : 't
always the democratic platform I who owns a fiVld and a plow and
: u I who desires to the roost <_I.t
:t st. get
very acute when it came to justice a* of the nation.-GliinesvUle Sun'u Madron.: -; t ;a'ry ;.i. ;, I of them.

between itktions c* a people struggling report of Senator Taliafrrw's speechat Strong rtwjlaiioua! were adopted e They are/ret. Send postal carl
r t. I
hi J GERJUX KALI .06Ji
for their national existence. I IPu'lie Gainesville. favdnns Mr. tijtrH for president and : Mew Taft'-J5 :'awa.t ,M.I .

sentiment ia this country isl'I instructing" the delegates to vote for v t try 'rx '+ .q rrt 1 t,' 3.. P'.e4f-. } I Atlanta, G&-'I'"' ; F'. BrwJ t

I Chronic Bronchitis Cured. .. ., .
not even bound to self interest! and I! "For ten I had chronic bron- him first, last and all the time and .)C" -' -: -.. -, -'- __. . -_ 'yO ,

this has been illustrated in numerousinstances. years extolling the primary system. .
ebitU So) bad that at times I could ---_.__. .- rSTEXOGRAPHER---- ---

I not peak above a whisper.Vrites Will Win in the First primary.Mr. .
Publicseiitioicut condemned the Mr. Joseph Coflmau, of Mount Mo- AXD TYPE-
H. A. McEaciiern, chairman of
Panama affair and no where was.! rend, Ind. "I tried all remedies :j office ui Com*
the Tahaferro campaign committee, .
available but with no success. For- '
indignation shown at the treatmentof l ,-,
r t mteral bank. Your work in the
tunately my employer suggested thatI confidently predicts that Mr. Talia.f .
Columbia more than in the \utb. try Foley's Honey and Tar. Its rr will win out ia the first primary. >( above lines solicited. Speed and ac

yet the south is i intensely interestedin almost miraculous and I .
effect was Besides others he ascribes the following : curacy guaranteed.hissssBB
the construction of the canal. It am now almost cured of the dread
N SI: CL.AIR.
aa one of the reasons for his
is the nature of the American citizen disease. Oo my reco'Umendation
have used Foley's prediction:
to look for some measure of ju!:>tk-e many' people .
Honey and Tar,' and always with "The senator has conducted: au, ---- -
when it comes to dealing with men cr satisfaction. Postofliee Drug Store.mA /gentlemanly cniupaign. The taunts _
national aflairs.- I and abuse dung at him were enoughto
Distinguished Visitor. provoke any man to intemperate i
Any court of lattice would con- !] language, but, in spite of it all, be bu i.ii.t
demn Russia m her attitnde. s r-he I One of the most'interesting items of, acted and spoken with a dignity and
social that has been given out in courtesy fitting a United States senator ;: :-
new -
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was not only trying to get that which !f representing! Florida in the hallsof -.'

., did not belong to her her but was I this city in some: time is: the coming the senate. 'that one thing alone AVe conduct a strictly. First Class
I visit to Tampa of Mrs. William MeKinley has brought thousands of the self .6Qt S
threatening the national existence of respecting! voters of the state to join -

Japan.: She not only stole Manchuria I widow of the late lamented under his standard and to speak out $4 5O\\
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Mrs. MeKin. for him in no uncertain voice.
president! of that name.
: 0 under a plea, but violated her pledge I Ito W'
: 'FA
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get out. Russii has been OCfUl'-\\ ley, who gained while in the White For A County Fair. \ LILY LIQUOR STORE11'Any t ;:. .i /

House the of of the most ?
iug territory that the name one The directors of the Ocala Fair 120td

.. has condemned her for doiug and for tactful entertainers of the age, will i Association held a meeting in the

which there was no excuse except I arrive in the city next week in com- president's office of the Central Q9
and desiring stuff?" need not apply to If want
that of seltish The have pany with Col. Abner McKinley National Bank one "cheap us. you pore,
gain. powers yesterday morning
will mellow and nuaritious whisky, that you can drink, /give to your wife, child
eeen Russian duplicity. wife. The entire party start and took decided steps to hold a or friend and be free from headache, we will take pleasure In serving you
York 10th and and to it that are fully satisfied. We Case 12
from :New on April see you : quote. qts'
There is no one item of virtue in couuty fair the coming winter and it Spring Dale, Baltimore Rye, qts. 81.50gil.. 5.50. ....................... 15.00 ,
the Russian! position and if the Russian are due to arrive in Tampi on Wed- is believed that it will be on a scale as Family Cabinet, Maryland Rye, qts. S1.25 gal. $1. 50.......................... liOOBrutsu Iccl YRrJ} I
mJay: April 13th. In the party is:! Maryland Rye, qts. S1.(W/ gal. $3.- O............................ ...... ... 10.00
minister was not too dense be big as any state fair ever held in the i
Mrs. Abner McKintl'Irs.: XXXX :Monongahela! Rye $3 JO. Express charges prepaid.
could understand the situation. Mr. and : state. Coupous with every purchase to our semi-monthly free distribution.Se

Public sentiment in this country is Wm. McKinley and Mrs. Ensley, sis Iu the vocabulary of those at the ,r guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. CHS. E. GLUM & NJ.IpltY
References: National Bank of Jacksonville, the :Mercantile Agencies.Remit .
! not based upon enmity to Russia but ter of Mrs. Abner McKinley. A magnificent head of it there U no such word as by P. 0. or Express! money! order. Goods shipped promptly and, in 517 and 519 W. Bay t Kt.; it
I suite of rooms has been en. I II plain boxes. j
upon justice aud the righteousness of "fsil" and the fair is: a certainty. 0111
s1CCk501' Fk.s
for the accommodation of the t. .
gaged I
; the Japanese cause. Everybody should begin pulling for

If the Russian minister knows I party at the Tampa Kay hotel and it and pulling tor it now.

leans he must kuo.w this. He may I tbey will make their residence in this

lot be able. to go express it publically, city during the months of April, May Base Ball. THE BOSTON STORE.

aud June. Mrs. MeKinley'ssweetness Valruore Izlar and Morris: Smith's
but he could write a letter to the czar
; of tact iu the teams played ball Wednesday after.
disposition, m.nl1ge-
and brand it "{'t'r>lond" and tell the

rueat of the ofti.iallLnd social duties noon on the old diamond. The score .
truth. ,!" :; ;:..j.. :.. ""' _'.. 1.':..: .
: Public sentiment in America does devolving upon her as the contort of wa 11 to 5 in favor of Capt. lalar's

dot represent entity. the president, and the love she inspired :: team. The following were the play

iu those who came in contact with ers: We Have a Few .

A Chattanooga Druggist's Statement. her all combined to render proper Pat Mize cHarry Bullock .

,. Robt. J. Miller, proprietor of tbe her right to this: distinguished title. Marion Pelot p Gordon Little
Mala Haughton Ib :Morris Smith
Read House Dru,* Store of Ch tb-I The dignity with wb lh..he has supported -
Frank Harris 2b Harry Fausett
nooga Ttnn., writes: "There I the bereavement that befell her Carlisle Izlar 3b HeroD Todd j Men's Suitsleft
Sumi1)er
more merit in. Foley's Honey and j' ia the death of her husband has further McPhail M.-Iver If Otto Long <

Tar than in auy other cough syrup. endeared h
The calls for it multiply wonderfully the country and there can be to Picnic at Geiger.

'. c cough and we syrups sell more combined.of it than' any Po-stoUtee other: I question that every attention will be There will be a picnic at Geiger and>hile they are in Our Store we will sell them at the. following pn.:

shown her while in the city-Tampa
Drug Store. m I three miles north of Fleimugtoii, on .

.. Times. April 21. Everybody is iavieed to ,
THAT VOTE FOR QUAY."I -- 'v .... ,j I ........,
Another Gordon Advocate. come and bring well filled baskets.

To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. We will be pleased to see all the candidates
voted to eat Mr. Quay because
I see by your paper each week that that day. Ice cream will be
The Suit have been &r
the constitution guarantees to still you paying $15.00 $10.00-
the fri ddi of the various candidatesfor sold for benefit of Shiloh church. ..
state equal rejresentatiou in the
sherill ars writing articles in favor I X.
United States senate and because the ,
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of their favorites, HO thought
legislature! of Pennsylvania, having The Suit you have been paying IO.OO for 7.50. "
"', would write a few words in favor of
failed to elect the governor of that '
mine, Henry G rdon. '8
state appointed Mr. Qaay\ ," remarked ImpOfiant 1 DecisionLower
I have known him for many years
Senator Taliaferro, in referring 10 The SuitSyou. have been paying 12,50 for ic.eo.
and I am in a position to watch his .
that charge. ':\ud I voted to seatMr. I
insurance Rates to ba
every official action in his present office -
Quay for the further reason! that Given'to Persons who da .

the constitution provides that! vacancies -marshal: of Dunnellon-auJ I nct Drink Alcoholic The Suit you have been; paying 7.50 for Q 9 .
have never known him to shirk a LiquorsBy
between sessions of tbe .legisla
duty whether it Win to take iutocustody
lure shall be filled i>y appointments ,
hU friend or the most desperate a recent decision of one of the largest ,
by the governor. We have surely
character. "Duty first andfriendbipafterwards" insurance companies of the United
S ; not reached tbe point where a person
States, lower rates are to be given those
to have
shall be deprived of his lights because seems persons who do not indulge in the use of
been his motto ever since he has
he U a >>publie u. I believed any intoxicating liquors. This Is just, for

that Mr. Quay was entitled to the been amour us. Although strict inI statistics from all sources show that tin .

I his, official capacity he is a gentleman! use of alcoholic: drinks always predis-
seat, and there was therefore nothingleft
in every;setiseof the word, and we in poses to kidney troubles, and Bright's
for me to do but vote to seat b=in.
Disease, Diabetes and all other fatal kid
this section of the hope that
county
I baA-e good company iu this. Senator ney diseases are far more frequent among

Daniel Virginia, made an able the \"oteNof Marian will give him avote drinkers of beer and alcoholic beveragesthan I ...

constitutional argument in favor of that will send him to the among those who do not indulge This May: Seem Exaggerating, but a look at our Goods will

seating Mr. Quay and there were sheriff's office ou the first ballot May In them. Undoubtedly convince you. We had the largest line ofMEN'S
la address cf
10th. WKST E- DER.I a recent before the Senate ,
several other demo rats bt'i'iiJesnl' \-
the United States lion. J.ll.
Romeo, Fla., April 12., 1901. Gallinger
tor Daniel who voted as I did on the I Senator from New Hampshire, gav" t
I
question." The Bond Issue. results of most thorough investigations ,
made to ascertain the efiects of beer drink- UNLINED SUITSin
,' "It would seem that Mr. Stockton Hon It. A. Burford has been retained .
Ing upon the health and life of individuals
would be estopped from complainingof to assist City Attorney T. E. Biggsin
lie showed conclusively that almost
my course it this matter if he had preparing an ordinance authorizing all cases of Bright's Disease were caused

< any sort of regard fur consistency.In the city council of Ocala to issue by beer drinking and that other fatal kid Ocala this Season, and stil1,have a few

1S99 when Mr. Stockton went to bonds in the sum of $43,000. ney troubles had the same origin as a rule.

.!.. the state legislature as an independent In drawing the ordinance the utmost A3 probably a large majority of men Now you can have them at $5.00 to $7.50. Its the same
: drink beer it becomes a matter of great
from Duval county, there was a I' caution will be taken to prevent
-_ concern to know the best way of overcoming kind youlhave seen at $7.50 and 1000.

.' contest for the seat, not on the part of any legal l fatality overtaking same its effects upon the kidneys. There b

a republican alone, but between a I and when put in shape it is believed nothing that will so quickly make the kid- i

democrat and a republican from St. I that the issuance of the bonds will neys right ia these cases as FOLZI'S KID-I
KXT< 'RL If taken early it will cure every :
Johns county. Mr. Stockton, 1 am I be ratified at the polls by the necessary I .4
form of kidney trouble and even in hope. !
informed, not only voted but workedto I vote of the property holders of less cases It will give relief. It Is an hon-

seat the republican. He may have the city. 'it preparation and can be relied upon to

:- '. done right and have been entirely f" To turn them down will be a bar to to all that U claimed for it. THE BOSTON STORE.

... conscientious-let u* hope that he the progress of the city. Postoffii'e Drug Store,|

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THE OCALA BANNER "
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the trusts hare Intrenched themselvesin wIer,to swell the profits of manipulators About Our Supreme Judges.To .

government. These trusts are absorbing and stock jobbers.. the Edit'r of the Ocala Banner I I Brick LOTTW, JOHNSON
r- [r
REPOBUC'S lI rmll more and wore the power that It is the duty of the Democratic One of he features of the present I e.,I Lime ,

should be the people's. party to ally itself with the legitimate Dealer<3PROPRIETOR

J.n-k! :-oi tound himself face to face business interests of the country. and political campaign within the democratic

r with the ;great laitk( reaching out for with their aid to overthrow the lt>pubI I party in this state is tne fact Hair NW[ AND ffl[ ND HAND MACHlNRy'[

national power. II' was told that this lican party which has sold itself to I. that while popular: interest in sun

bank daubed frankly the right to a the criminal trusts. I Cement

certain number of representatives and None will welcome Democratic success i contests as those for the United states --- OF

t Trusts Menace to a certain number of senators in the more gladly than the legitimate II" senatoiship and for the the succtssiJii I Laths THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS. {

American congress. He answered, business man who finds it more and
to the?ubernalorial chair and one or Locomotives For Sale! and Lease. '
And
with his own peculiar emphasis that more difficult to exist under the throt-

National if there existed in the country such a tling influence of the trusts and theirgrowing twootber ha lon:; been of the keener I, Second Hand Rail Bought and Sold 1
rr
I1' s erit tyr governing power outside the govern- control of legislation money nature, very little attention it i, Shingles.

WHIt he would destroy It. and opportunity. le-e.or
i
t being paid to the candidates: for other
(r .1.11l11 did destroy it. To the commercial traveler, the busi- : I One 16s'21 Tolbert EuuiueOu lii6 NaicleOije r-ugil..

How pun was the power, how iUDy Bess man, the mechanic whose wages offices perhaps equally as important. HIlt New York Safety. Oar 14 )HI' Ball At"tUl" ,

. Principles! of Andrew Jackson, Made the representation in congress of that are cut the local bunker in constant For instance, at the primary eltc- Office and Shops One 75HP Harris t'orliOne 12xl Erfc CityOnfl2HPGaM .

bunk which aroused Jackson's de*';, danger, to every family that has had >l -nts One MHP. Oo 3UHP.On .

r Effective and Permanent. Will Release and fatal indignation! its living expenses increased or its savings tiou on May 10th tour justices of the near ISO HP hub presturr rrturu tubtar boiler, fin-

o 1 t Any one of dozen lr!? trusts today absorbed by the criminal trusts, I supreme court are to be nominated. S. A. L. Freight One ioHP Economic boiler, and a lot of other fi/- : .. .

Country From Grasp of Greed exceeds in power the boasted influenceof would recommend a study of the character Judge R. Fenwick Taylor will bea hand and other machinery.LAKH .

that bank. The sugar trust, the beef of Andrew Jackson and his political Depot. 'ITY. .LOIIIIU,

and Restore( True Democracy.() Says trust the coal trust-any of the trusts methods. candidate for the full term of six

William Randolph Hearst. that need to create legislation or to defeat To ull Democrats and Democratic years. The candidates: tor the three

t legislation for the convenient robbing leaders:: Andrew Jackson stands a proofof places on the bench added

of the public have their tame the value of principle in the winning supreme "
( lif*;>{>oiuiiug to numerous invitations men, their hired attorneys, in office. I of vIctory.If by the ratification of a constitutional t. \ 11FIICTI[ [ 4 M hUNI.
!
to ;iUt'ml Jackson day celebrations lavjji'.ns The bank of Jackson's day timidly it were possible in the coming amendment in 1902 will be voted for

titles of the United States claimed the right to a small share in campaign to choose our candidates in

\Yilli.lui Uandolnli Hearst, whose duties government and Jackson killed it for the history of the past I should not ad- together. These: three positions: are Have you decided on the kind .

vocate the choice of called now held by Judges T. M. Shsckle- j ,
fc.i'.ipfjled! him to remain in Washington its temerity. some so fertilizer you are going to use? It(snot

Ksued the following address What would he say to the swarm of. "conservative"' nonentity, without motive ford, R. S. Cock rell! and J. B. Wh t- l f,ti t a question of how much, but
trusts today, whose individual and '. or inspiration save desire for office -

to the people of the United States: combined influence, whose paid or terrorized -I ; I should urge the nomination of titld.ho will be candidates before what kind when the best resu'ican : '

The ii.uiie of Andrew Jackson will servants in or out of office, I Andrew Jackson because he was not the primary. he obtained You can't make a

always stand for fundamental, fearless constitute the governing power in the afraid of money illegally intrenched, The greatly improved condition ofthesupremecourt'sdcl mistake when you use our high g-radt-

and victorious Democracy. national administration? I because he knew how to fight and howto
et which has '_' fertilizers.
His name is ins.i>irins, peclaly! If Jackson was needed in his day, win.

worthy of reverence at this time when how much more is he needed now, I WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST.Industrial resulted from the arduous and intelligent Highest: cash price paid for dry bones

the people again encounter an attemptby with the fearlessness that made him labors of the justices i H tnehighest

unscrupulous wealth to control the do his duty as Le saw it! I economic.

% government of the country. Trustworthy statistics declare that testimonial that could be offered FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG. COMPACT,

Today's situation reM-uiWes. In agreatly I the productive capacity of every indi to their efficiency, and will
Needless to say, the Democratic partyof i Gainesville, Fla.
exaggerated form, that with \'idulImt'riean who works has been boubtless furnish
the United States, ,which includes the democrats of
which Andrew Jackson dealt when our I multiplied 123; times in the past century -
able and successful men in all lines of Florida abundant reason. for taking
the of labor
republic was young I by perfection saving
effort, has never put itself in a position .
To realize the work that Jacksondid \ machinery., pleasure iu continuing as justices!
of hostility to legitimately acquired
we must remember that he not I wealth. any .. Government experts who compile industrial R. Fenwick Taylor, Thomas M. SEEDS.If .
data assert that wealth is increased -
only attacked and destroyed a national
Today, as in Jackson's day, the Democratic i
hackler r<1 Robert S. Cockrell and
America at the rate of $10a ,
danger in his own time, but undoubtedly -
party is a party open to all I
off for that day for every person who works. James B. Whttfield.It ,
put many years
American citizens obedient to the laws you are in need of peanuts velvet beans goobers
trust eliminate ,
i Many managers now
growth in the power of financial corruption -
and faithful to the constitution, no is intereseidg to note also that
which threatens the country I consideration of workmen as individ- chufas, whipporwill, clay, cane or lady finger peas, beans,
matter how or no matter how rich
now. This nation's development of individuality they be. poor I INo uals. The mechanic is considered an the present incumbents of just one English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties

liberty and prosperity for automaton-a part of the high speed half the cabinet offices have no
I II op- '
Democrat need be reminded that field corn and all field and garden seed
machine-and the longer it runs the ,
so long a time under popular government -
the ability of those men who possess portion. So valuable and satisfactoryhave
we owe to the genius with which I more profit is made. Call on or write,
: honestly acquired riches is essential to
Jefferson met the questions of his day, I The manager of the Homestead (Pa.) been the services and so creditable -
the nation's welfare.!
to the courage and fighting quality I I II Rolling mills the armor plate factory the records of Comptroller A. C.
I Those who attack Indiscriminately or The Oeala Seed. StoreSole
with which Jackson attacked and destroyed of the steel trust, said in congress recently -
Jealously the rights of the prosperous : Croom, State Treasurer Win. V. Knot
"We have three laborersin
the of his only
public enemy day. I manufacturer, merchant, inventor, *. .
Never lathe history of this countryhas our milis-fire, water and electricity. and Commissioner of Agriculture B. Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick.
banker other successfulmen
or legitimately I "
arrogant, overpowering predatory are not Democrats. They are as E. McLin that it appears certain they f
wealth been as menacing as it is now, I "I find ho difficulty ia running my
. blind and stupid In their way as those will be rewarded by Florida democrats
never through the wide exposure of its new -papt'rs and starting new ones ou .
of another class who down and attack I
methods has it been as thoroughly detested the rights of the cry union man who I the eight hour day," said Representative by iiomiuatiou without opposition on r"--- ----l

r as it is now. The criminal trust William Randolph Hearst in congress. i
J works with his hands. May 10th for the four years term in WE EAT
Issue is the dominating issue in the "My establishments run twen
The Democratic party, more willinglythan
I their obi which
hours but the individual respective es begins
minds of the whole American eople. I ty-four a day, -
other, recognizes that the menwho I
To deal with the criminal trusts radIcally any employees work only eight hours." next January. They are all useful To grow strong. Unless we get I
develop the resources of the
making of them its great issue, l'Oun'l A congressional resolution to investigate good meat we as well let 4j
try, the men who create the \\(' men of the highest character: and may 4j j
is the duty of the Democracy. Moral I the beef trust brought out these .c m
men who,through executive, organizingand rrs it alone. There is no strength
duty demands that the Democratic I facts: Stock raisers get too little for have proven themselves worthy of

party attack and destroy misgovernment ; constructive for effort, ability employ provide labor, distribute opportunity I cattle, consumers pay too much for the confidence placed in them. s a in tough meat-instead of giving ..

trusts. And wisdom meat, ranchers are robbed by the combination i ifs
by political it takes
strength to digest
wages and confer benefits upon the N. M. BOWEX. 'S
(the duty of leaders to their party) de- which keeps down the priceof H trrv.
whole community, are those entitled to al'_lS. I
mands that the trust question shall i beef on the hoof, retail butchers Tallahassee, Fla., April Sth, 1904.Civ 1 e e t1 S r it. It pays to be careful in
large reward, since those who directgreat I ,
dominate in all political agitation: until : cannot sell at a profit, dressed beef Is -- -- --- buying meat-be sure to get J
and legitimate business undertakings -
the end of the nest campaign. higher than three years ago and the
are essential to the prosperityof the best-tender and choice.
Jackson day reminds us that the accidental producer gets less, the cost of handling NR e, t

elution tif a Democrat on the nation. I meats! from ranch to block i.* reduced. l':1y r Papa little more if Deed be and I f fi

some trifling basis of expediency is nowise Who gets the benefit? "'. _! t put something in- your stomach
The promott'rs'of extortionate and : $500 .......
or worthy aim for Democrats.Permanency
speculative trusts do not develop! the i iresour't's '"- 'ttloraskan j 3' which will put flesh on your
Vote Show Popularity.Election

.. useful l'II'CtireVol'k of the country, but hinder : returns are true measuresof full parties:.tr -' A'isi" ret T.etValcrfor. .1;>!..,card! of j I is 6 bones and strong blood in your i i
in !
I ,
and restrict development. They do not \\J
should be the aim of the Democratic a man's personal or political popu :" rt.EDWARDS .
'n.
create wealth but appropriate thewealth I
In districts where all ti n
larity. elementsof i flt 1hf i
part It should have constantly in which others have created. ;
society are resident the canvass BROS.I
mind the fact that Jefferson and Jack- They check prosperity by concentratingwealth THE SAMTARVU.. COATt' O.
shows the esteem in which candidates
ton elected on fundamental Democratic in the hands of the few out of i are held. The Eleventh congressional ,1. Dcsrovs ti *a ., :I'trris: and vermin. Stalls 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla.
lIrinl'iplesVhit'h insured to the the savings of the They limit .- Never r- ,3 i r .''>. You: t..a arty ltmut
many. district of New York is a typical, representative I1 "'ltn co:.! w tor. lscantiiuleaocts'r
country genuine popular government, production, they limit opportunity, they : n n r rT r-ir--.
on wallsa'1J 1.1 \\.c : kept the Democracy in power during limit the employment of labor and reduce cosmopolitan community. '.OT a o.soa .:-I "i.et.iar. out-of-date J
that followed them. Within its boundaries is part of the "hot-'vacr g':::j }'-.:>r-oltiOn. haisoIr.rtes j -
the generation the borer's while they increase '
wage tx-ar' < t'licuul names and !
Contrast the character and careers the cost of Ih'll1Thl' conferno i west side, whose residents work hard; :-11.-d w..h hftiri'--r are: stuck on withI 1 JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. GEO.W.HYDE, Vice Pre
thl'ir'ita1 part of Fifth avenue, where wealth I glue, which r/., nrar.J! !>i g germs of }
and Jackson,
Jefferson
of
The ..
benefits on the community. d' .i ard seal-
rftauly -.a s J : r: /ir-j j
Influence on their party, with the character wealth is stolen and ease abound, and part of the ; i-", spn.Iinj: v. 1,3, "*(':..:n;; nrd furni-
they Assess money IJroadway business section. i{ to,,:. Du'.- A'..l>,..:;-3 i D I'-> p1;;e, j i
and !Influence of any Democrat and the laws of the country shouldhold i ."property la' t...':, v>; p.-: '. KTawirel.land The First National BankOF
This is the district that elected William ,
elected regardless; of fundamental them as public criminals. ;1 Hearst its .. ''Hintsontevrrtr drug ,'.-:..l'-S. -.U':.....:'.0'1 !.,,,,-:'."..t.-t.. ,'
Randolph as representative :
living! out his few of ..., -.;. ., -- :; '"
principle years Managers of get rich quick trusts, -. _" :: 11'1.'( A__ _h .. I J .....r.... i..
the
in by largest majority -
ollice-to le.mthe party stranded and managers of fraudulent trusts-that congress : cr Grstet; .!id. GAINESVILLE.
ever given to a representative in
worse off than before. tribe of public bl'rs-are not H B. Masters.
great ; For sale by Mclver & MacLay
Greater New York. The figures are Bank in Alachua
The Only Chartered County.
The courage of a Jackson is neededin confounded in any Democrat's mind I ---
interesting. Representative Hearst received -
a party bound to uphold tire rights with the honest men whose superior Capital. . . . . . . . . . . .$50,00000)(
tJfI.03'otl'S, 16,112 more thau
of the majority against the insidious ability, industry, patience or intellect his Republican opponent The same Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . 20,000)( 00Doesexcltsively

r scheming of lawlessness and corrup have brought them legitimate wealth. : percentage given to lIrd! S. Coler, the ) a banking business, with facilities equal to any bunk in the
i tion. Greater than ever is the need The growth and prosperity of tht'n1tl'll
candidate for governor on the same state. Soliets the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
r of such qualities as Jackson possessed, Mates have merely begun. The i i '- Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
; ticket, would have elected a Democratic Iv&S;' SA.'
r now that money has put itself above nation needs the ablest minds, capable transacted promptly.o .
of the state.
l the law more than ever before;: menacing I of wide planning and a<'l'OlUplihment.I I governor Empire -17 H. E. TA YLOR.C hler
Mr. Hearst's majority was C.OOO greater '
the people's rights. These will continue to be valued and : .
than )IayortCll'llan's: one year
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Great issues are never invented or encouraged by all good citizens. Every : ,
i latir, and the same precincts gave Mr.
created by political leaders. Heal issues Democrat will agree that the laborer : A. I 1H WKES, Optician,
Hearst 3. Just
We Have
t make themselves, and the trusts, Is worthy of his hire, whether he Alton It. Parker received, and the latter Established 1870. Opened.

I by their growing extortions and defiance work for day wages or for gI't.'at'wealth i had the advantage in that the Republicans -
o I in
> of law, have made themselvesthe so long as he work honestlyand I Commencing over thirty years ago
iuml'ril'an politicallife did not nominate any one the smallest way, the firm has I-tead- The Newest,
great issue legitimately; ;
: I II against him. iyt and rapidly grown, until now The Nobbiest,
today. HAWKES' iSr-ECTACLEd AND
The Swelled
In ('\'ervml'rkan mind the character The Democratic party is: the party i i Selling and Baying. EYEGLASSES; have a national ,

of th' law defying trusts stands of all honest working Americans. It is !! The department of commerce and leputation, and are used iu every

out clear. In l''l'rywt'ril'au home the party that will promote the welfare I labor recently published the statement town and city througuout the south. STRAW HATS

the wife, even the children, know well of all those contented to live within I that the average cost of living in AmerIca These famous. glasses are used by the
beef trust and the coal best class of people iu all communi
by name the the laws. J -
has increased 10 2-3 per cent This To be seen
trust. Dealing! in life's necessaries, The Democratic party is the part of : statement is based undoubtedly on ties. They are sold only by merchantsof of whom In Ocala.
reliability
without sympathy for humanity or prosperity-the prosperity of the many, ; wholesale market quotations.Since there recognized lire now over 11,000 handling Caall and !lee.THEGHAMBERSS.

fear of the law, such extortionate not of the law defying few. Nov. I, Hi03. there has been an these goods; and when it is remembered -

trusts as these have made themselvesa The corning battle of the Democracy average reduction of wages throughoutthe that there is only one agent in CO.

danger to every home. against special privilege is already manufacturing centers of the east town, the wonderful demand for them OE

and every frugal man, anxious for clearly outlined in the minds of Intelligent of 10 to 20 per cent Flour and other can be somewhat appreciated.

the future of those dependent upon voters. This nation was established foodstuffs have increased in price since For sale by OCALA, FLA.McMillan .

; him knows well-many a one to his for the benefit of all, for the purpose the same date. 1)11. WM.:: A.I1EBSONever \.

: cost-the character of the speculativetrust of giving equal legal rights to all. The price of newspapers in the great Peddled.

, with its enormous inflation and The coming fight of the Democracy is cities has been reduced two-thirds in .

r its remorseless rob- the essential character of 0,
otercapltallzation to preserve fifteen years. The cost of producing

. bing of the public, its cold blooded get our American system, and is to be them has Increased. "Notwithstanding Jerry Burnett,

i rich quick schemes.There against the criminal element which these conditions," says William Ran- Bros

Is no doubt as to the character seeks: to change the nation's character.It dolph Hearst, "my papers pay hand

j... of this trust, it Is known by its: worts, some profits and wages,are higher and Merchant
! of
:_ by its stealing of the accumulations of the Democratic the hours of toil reduced"
of thechildren's is the duty par- I
husband and wife, its despoiling Southern Copper Works
bait the ty to release the country from the grip
using as
r- future, which like the Americanlant Tbrm. Tailoring.
of extortionate trusts ,
names of criminal "respectables. coal trust and the beef trust, control Among the earnest and powerful Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

the necessaries of life, increasing the supporters of the Panama canal and
today Ocala Florida.
The duty before the Democracy to cut cost of living and destroying the pur- the greater navy for America none did and General Metal Workers.Old .
trust,
I! to fight the criminal off chasing power of money earned.It more than Representative William Finest Imported and

\ down and root out the evil power is the duty of the Democratic par- Randolph Hearst to bring about the
seeks to Domestic Cloths. .
that predatory wealth that the opportunities of accomplishment of these two distinctly
eliminate
by ty to Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
. } of the people Cutting a SpecialtyFits
government American
..., supplant speculative trusts, like the steel trust projects. +
. government of the pocketbook and the and the shipyard trust, that deceive the Guaranteed. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

lobby. public and take the peopled savings In Ua.".'* Prod net. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
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be destroy- '
1 The criminal trusts must exchange for worthless watered stocks.It In thirty-six years Alaska has produced time follcwing works ? .

It' od because they menace prosperity.I Is the duty of the Democratic In gold, furs and fish $150,000- Study at t Homey gcmag a
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; They menace real prosperity, party to prevent the recurrence of the (U). The revenues and taxes collectedby u4 youttramoie. FAYETT.i/ILLE N. C. SAVANNAH GA.

of all the people the prosperous present national situation. In which west'e the government since the purchaseof lute tunic. Widi of empioymou the Tablet to H_lean Study Botk (*oiujou.z.Aotth.seed.*nc.Alge not. "

growth of the nation under popular of to I >>> Geometry.Gra.mu.Rhetoric* Lice awre. nutuy.eaq.in .
the wages of ten of thousands the territory from Russia amount ra.. ... :. etsiiaedlopisseuaiiMtio"AtUicu.LLItUIS.raUUa.fU.- Irt$. J.ACKS.IVILLE, FLA MOBILE, AA.

fv\ernment. workers In one single trust reduced In $ *,000. ,45Lleaf. CIMJan6w .
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pending, and it went through bothHouses John' P. Gallow y Strongly EndorsedTo ..t'STRAUSS

in that shape, becoming a law. the Editor of the Ocala Banner. I
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RECORD IN THE Indian War Claim. i, I ask a little space in your column I J : &

So much has been published con- |: to attest the good qualities of Mr. j w ,
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UNITED STATES SENATE cerning Florida's ancient claim, first: John] P. Galloway who is now a caudiJ > i ii i
presented in the Senate by Senator J j
BRIEFLY STATED. i dale for the important position of '
tWHOLESALE
Yulee, in 1859, for moneys expended I'I'I
In the payment of troops and otherwise ]I sheriff. ,

Free Delivery Route in suppressing the Seminoles in I j j I have known Mr. Galloway for ,
By his efforts, Senator Taliaferrc the years of ISSG and 1S57, that little | 'I
secured the establishment of a number need be said of its earlier history, i: many years, and know that hena i .
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of Free Rural Delivery Routes it: with which all Floridians are familiar. I!I' man of intergrity, one who iu re. |! 4tL
Florida, and of postal sub-stations in When Sir Taliaferro entered the i
to duty will swear to his own
the suburbs of the City of Jackson Senate the previous efforts of the spouse j Whiskey Dealers.OCALA R.
Tl1Ie. State's representatives In the Congress I hurt, and who in the execution of JJ
had resulted In. having the Sec
duty will not swerve for friend or fw.
Fast Mall to Florida. retary of War make and state an account -
lemon can question his personal
showing the respective amounts
As a member of the Committee on
Postoffices and Postroads, Senator Talliferro mutually due from the state and from courage, but courage is not the only .

r succeeded in having an amend the United States. With a view to attribute to be sought; ability to FLORIDA.'I
went reported by the Committee to the successful advocacy of the claim,
the clause of the bill providing for a he planned for a place on the Com handle criminals and law breakers

Fast Mall Route from New York to mittee on Claims, which he secured. without bloodshed or ofler of violence;
Atlanta and New Orleans, for the ex. After many months of careful studyof
tension of similar fast mail facilities the details of the claim and the ex.Istlng ability to judiciously and quicklyto

to Jacksonville, without additional situation-in which he had the prevent violations of the peace:
compensation to the railroads. Tnt invaluable assistance of Hon. Wm. D. r- Sell the Best LiquorsFor 44A
ability to quell troubles in an instant I
bill as thus amended passed the Senate Bloxham, who furnished much of the
but the provision for the Jack, data and probably knew as much by his\ word and manner, are some of

fonville route was stricken out In the about the matter as any other person qualifications. He is not eicita- the Least Money. "''
House. living Senator Taliaferro decided '
able, and be assured that he will nun w.
that the best way to secure favorable J t
Pension Committee Work. action upon it was to present it as an never give expression to indiscreet
As a member of the Committee on amendment to the Omnibus Claims
words which at critical tim s will ;
Pensions, Senator Taliaferro had in hi! bill, then pending in life House, and 4S. "\ C OS 1i
personal charge the pension interestsof which embraced a large number of foment strife or harden criminals!: to

citizens of Florida Georgia and claims involving the iterests of nearly acts of despsratiou.. Galloway's ;( 1A flo
South Carolina. The records of the every State in the Union. He accordingly PA P)71TOAA Remember Our )t tto: \ /1/ ''
Pension Office will show how faith. offered an amendment to experience qualifies him to discharge c ;ti CtlbtiJil1 Q: "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEALING." s 't Dto 1/i ,

fully he performed this duty to the that bill, making provision for the those duties which devolve upon him STRUSCIEG&
people of all these States, his reports
payment of the claim. In this policy, as executive officer of the court and kS '
upon pension claims therefrom being and throughout the entire course of
adopted by the full Committee in practically legislation in the matter, he had the which are still more important the ,)
every case. Besides this work, united and enthusiastic cooperationof
ordinary citizen, viz: the execution in rt
he Introduced and aided in the passage the other representatives of Florida ..
of a large number of private pension in the Congress. a, proper manner of all civil writs, the
We especially call your attention to the following
bills for Floridians.
From the beginning the delegation administration upon estates,handlingand
encountered active and determined opposition specialties: IStrauss'
funds
collecting and the keepingof
Cuban Cypress Tariff. from other members who rep-
When the War Department had military resented claims embraced in the bill. proper records of the business '
control of Cuba the provisional By shrewd and bold insistence upon ransaeted Ly his office. Mr. Gallo 76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quarts, $iQ.

tariff then existing for the Island his rights as a Senator and upon the
classed cypress lumber as frights of the State. }Ir. Taliaferro suc way has discharged all these trusts "'"5'' Strauss' Reserve four full
Royal quarts $3.50 twelve
wood, whereupon the duty was absolutely ceeded in neutralizing! such opposition before and has never proved recreant ; !
prohibitive. Senator Taliafer In the Committee and the Senate, no- full quarts, $10.
ro appeared before the Department t ably in the case of a prominent Senator or found wanting in any of them. rEStrauss' P

and successfully argued for a change! of another State who feared that A '0ER.
In the tariff, by means of a ruling the allowance of Florida's large claim I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles, $2.90;

of the Department, whereby Cypress might endanger the chances of his A Dreadful Attack of Whoopiig Cough twelve bottles, 850.

lumber was rated the same as pine! own. By carefully studying the merits Mrs. Edwin Harlison, of 300 Park
lumber, greatly to the advantage of of tLis opposing claim he was prepared
\ Florida manufacturers and exporters to disclose its weaknesses, had Avenue, Kansas City, Mo., writes as Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15.P.
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f thereof, and of all persons connected this been necessary; but this claim follows: "Our two children had a

t with the cypress lumber industry in was defeated. and the opposition to the severe attack of whooping cough, one
i- the State. Florida claim did not materialize. of them in the proxysoi of coughing --?-- S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express on these Goods.

Nevertheless, other obstacles inter would faint and bleed at the nose. pQU( s.
Florida posed. The bill, which originated in u ) R.1U
Appropriations.The the House was amended in the Senate We tried everything ever heard of All goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same day

.. delegation work accomplished in Congress,by in the the Florida matter to contain a provision for the pay, without getting relief.Ve then ,I .,eii \ j as the order is received. I ,

of securing ment of the "SeTfridge claim," for called in our family doctor who pre- 1l
appropriations foi
Florida is already known to every resident moneys lost in building ships for, the scribed Foley's Bony and Tar. With Agents for PABST I MILWAUKEE BEER. '

of the State. Government during the Civil War the'very first do e they began to improve ,
In round figures the State has been The House refused to concur in the and we fell that it Jias saved Respectfully,
the gainer by the work of the delegation amendment and asked for a conic
ence The other Senate their lives. Refuse substitutes. Post- CO
LSIAACSSb
over Four Million Dollars amendments -
($4-
being involved in the conference. Sen- office Drug Store. m STRAUSS
000,000), which Includes Rivers and CO.oc.u
Harbors, Pensions, Indian War Claim, ator Taliaferro and his colleagues labored 1
Public Buildings and Light Houses with the conferees for the 1of A Good Health Record. .'. s J r.,.

The people of Florida have been benefited vatlon of the bill the advocates Mr. J. F. bimpson, who has been y OCALA
the Selfridge claim FLORIDA.
having threatenedits ,
over 7.00 per capita. defeat if that claim was not in living on Lake Weir for upwards of -t

eluded. Finally, Mr. Taliaferro has -- -- ---- -- -'- -- --- -------
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suggested twenty years, a recordthat
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Cuban Cattle Duty Reduced. that the Selfridge Claim be referred few can beat. ">/1.----- ---> ', ,-- -,- ---,'--..-,..... ; '._ -r.------. .: ,,:--. ; .w Ei i'Kg _/....,
Senator Taliaferro, arguing before for settlement to the Court of
the Committee on Foreign Relations Claims in a separate measure, and this He has a wife and nine children

accomplished a benefit for Florida solution of the controversy being accepted and for climatic or diseases of -x
stock growers which they will not soon opposition was withdrawn, the any A ijard Man To Beat.
forget. The Committee was considering Conference Committee reported the sort has never had a visitation from a

I the reciprocity treaty with Cuba bill favorably with the Florida claim physician or had a drug bill to pay.
and by an amendment which he intact, and the bill Became a law .
i I offered and ably advocated the wor Shortly afterwards the Governor ot Mr. Simpson himself is over 70 and I Iwas I

I "Cattle" in the enumeration of products Florida was enabled to go to Wash.ington is as hale and hearty as Gladstone :
I to be affectedby the treaty was and receive the warrant at his age. F ..
transferred from its position in the r 5
clause providing for a 20 per cent. reduction He is a fine specimen of health and
to that providing for a 40 pet is: a good advemernent!:! for Florida
cent. reduction, thus reducing the tarIff Health is Youth. Disease and Sickness -

on animals below 500 pounds ia Bring Old age.s Ballard's Horehound Syrup
weight from $2 to $1.20 each and
animals exceeding that weight fro a: Heibine taken every morning be Core Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy
15 to $3.Improvement. breakfast will keep you in robusthealth coughs oppressed, rattling aad rasping

fit you to ward off disease. It breathing Henry C. iStearns, ..

of the St. Johns River. cures constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia druggist, Shullsburg, Wis., writes"" ,
The large appropriations for the improvements fever, kin, liver and kidney May 30, 1901 : "I have been selling
of the St. Johns River and complaint. It purifies the Mood andclears Ballard's Horehound Syrup for two ,
providing for the dredging of the channel
secured through the concerted the complexion. Mrs. D. W years, and have never had a preparation i

action of a harmonious delegation, Smith, Whitney, Texas! writes April that has given better satisfaction ,. it a r 11Jt i
reaches in its immediate effect man, 3, lOO.: "I have used Herbiue, and I notice that when I sell a bottle they

counties and numerous towns that will find it the best medicine for constipation :! come back for more. I can honestly]

be benefited through an improved and liver troubles. It does all recommend iI." 25c. oOj. and SI .00.
waterway and incidentally the entira claim for it. I Anti-monopoly Drug Store -
State ;you can highly recoil III
will share in this Improvement
This will open up a new avenue ot mend it." 50i. a bottle. anti-m o- -
nopoly] Drug Store. Fine Bank Statement.
commerce, thereby affording InterState ru
shippers the benefit of competetion Elsewhere will be found a condensed
A Sunday Fire.
which will 'c
inevitably result statement of the Commercial r
better service and still further reductions Asa the the people were going home
In rates of freight on goods coming from the church services Sunday Bank: of Jacksonville, of which the ,

into as well' as going out of the Commercial Bank: of Ocala is a
State. morning the lire bell sounded au r
branch. At the close of business at
alarm
and
quickly the fire wage .,
Cotton Crop Statistics. nsthe end of March, it is not necessaryfor ., !
responded, but it was discovered that t
When the Senate Census fro
Commutes us to that it fy-
say presents a magnificent S
of the 57th Congress was considering thejtirs was at the residence of lr. J.

the bill for the establishment of a M. Metlert, who lives beyond the showing. the individual deposits r

permanent Census Bureau, the aggregate amount to the splendid sum of
water limits
of the appropriations required and it was impossiblefor '

} therefor looked so large that Rep ub the firemen to render any assistance. $655,625.30. The roan) who buys
lican members of the Committee proposed The result was the almost Hon. J. M.' iUrco, one of the be HARDWARE of
to reduce it sof
by cutting out the
known and most
amount total destruction of the popular citizens .
provided for the collection property
and printing of crop statistics. Senator )Ir. Melfert's home was one of our this county is looking after the interests MARION H RDWARE *

against Taliaferro this declaring vigorously that it protested was the prettiest suburban residences having of the Commercial bank at this COMPANY

one feature of the bill calculated te been built of concrete and was one of end of the line and under his ma u-

benefit the Southern farmers, and gave the land marks of Ocala. It was agementit is growing as steadily as AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" _
notice that if it was eliminated he
F would oppose the passage of the bill. built nearly thirty years ago by the the town is growing. It is & strong i

His protest was effective, the Committee late Aden Warterman, assisted by fiscal institution. STOVES AND RANGES
retaining the disputed item and
the bill containing it becoming a law. his sons A disordered stomach may cause no

Mr. Meflert purchased the property end ot trouble. When the stomach CHATTANOOGA PLOWS *

Seminole War Pensions. several years ago and had greatly improved fails to perform its functions and the j tj

: S The bill granting pensions of $3 per it and destruction is bowels become deranged, the liver ELLVVOOD
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very
s month each to the surviving soldiersof and kidneys FENCING
congested
causing numerous
the Seminole Indian War of 1836-7' much regretted. He had no ins ur- diseases the lf
most fatal
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and to the widows of deceased soldiersthereof ance and the
,. enacted in 1902, was the subject building was a total: which are painless and therefore the A Full Line of
of Senator Taliaferro's constant 1 o s. more to be dreaded. The important Everything Usually Carried in

>< care. The result of the passage o; On the way to the fire the nFlat ew! thing is to restore the stomach and a

f 1 3 the bill will be to distribute in double team, Xo. I, ran into the show liver to a healthy condition. and fn's if First Class Hardware Store. _
t' ida annually for some years the sum this purpose no better preparation .
l = of about $100,000 to these window of J. A. Pittinau & 60 ,
deserving can be used than Chamberlain'sStomach SASH DOORS AND BLINDS TURPENTINE
F and long neglected patriots and their store completely demolishing same> Mill AND MINING
and Liver Tablets. For
SUPPLIES
surviving representatives. The original but fortunately neither the driver nor
I Y bill for this purpose was Introduced: Sale by Anti-monopoly Drug Store. mMrs.
the horses
i by Mr. Taliaferro In the 5Cth Congress were injured. MARION:
S and passed the Senate, but was Kidney Cure makes Kidneysand Montreville, of DeLand, rs the HARDWARE:COMPANY

t defeated In the House. At the next: bladder right. Refuse substitute. guest of Mrs. Henry W. Little at the .
session he Incorporated Its provisions ,' ,
T ; In another or general pension! bill then Postoffice Drug Store. m "ctory on Ocklawaha avenue. ,''c'. --" -.H.d..., __'u _, __'-'-__- -.---.' : '- =-_.:'_. '" ,:: c ._.... ._ _-, _. ..-. _- -_ __ .''' '.- _'__,_ ,, I w w:

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Going West or Northwest Travel Via- NOTICE. CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARYFOR NOTICE .

, Itinerary of County Candidates. Says Brown is a Winner. r I

I Chicago and Florida Limited, solid MARION COUNTY. I
: "' and at TAMPA, FLA., APRIL 12, 1904. {I IS HEREBY GIVEN; THAT THE In the laws ot
-LSAnthoriy Sparr, Anthony vestibule train of Pullman sleeping, NOTICE epian wtb Flrid.chap
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and
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coiuuit-rcial traveler .igned intend to apply to the Governor & lecl
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afternoon 2:30 April 15. A prominent observation, library, dining car and of the stale of Florida at Tallahassee PY VIRTUE OF THE ACTION OF THE Itr requed in the Ocala & &Tn
published in Ocala
discu.biug Florida on the iSth day of April A. D. 1904. iqr
while Frida.
Ft. McCoy Orange Springs aud who covers the whole state, coaches, between St. Augustine and Letters Patent on the proposed Charter hcrcoattached I) Democratic state Executive Committee on Board of County Commissioners: i.1
l Jan. 22, 1904 and the order of the DemocraticExecutive Marion county have this
is file _
his the original of which now on in fo'orita.
. Eureka, at Ft.lcCoy. : afternoon 2.30 politics reeently, expressed Chicago. Only one night out. the cmce ot the Secretary of Stile of the State of will held Commite of Marion county, there of April. .4.. D. 19 -! the foliouz
on districts which changed and
Florida at Tallahassee Florida.
libe
he remarkable strengthdeveloper SCHKDULE
surprise at r.uth as election districts and voting
April!). day of 3titfjo/, 6
I by Hou. C. M. Brown of Lv St. Augustine.. F E. C. Ry.... 7oa.in. PROPOSED CHARTER OF CRYSTAL RIVER a primary election in each precinct in the coun county and state .follows: p.
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! Citra, afternoon 2:30 April 10Flemington Ar Jacksonville......_._..." _..__.,.. iso a. m. RAILROAD COMPANY. ty. during the hours fixed by law for holding Election District No S. with voting pUce at 4

, Ocala candidate (o governor He Lv Jack>>onvlll ...._\.C. L. Ry.......9:10 a. mAr The undersigned do hereby associate themselves elections tor the nomination bl the following Summerfield Fl. bounded 5 .:
F field and llldick, I under the candidates for office to be voted for at the general Commence northeast corner of section
_.."...___ together as: a Body Corporate .
Tifton .
said that Brown would tlwtepY$ | 199 p.m. provisions 01 the statute laws of the State of election t be held on Novt mbr S. 19.ODe 3, township? 17 south, range Jj eb Ibn
at Fttirtitld afteruooll 2:30 April 22. F.8 candidate rnited west northwest corner of thence -
Lv T1flon..G. : S. Ry..s.i) p. m. Florida.and do publish the following Articles oi lor : 1 6.

Mcintosh April! 23.Rouueo amiSouth: Florid, andv s vrt'bnut Ar Macon......_ .". ........ ..4:08 p.m. Incorporation: One cauuidate tor congress (first district) south to southwest corner of section I thencewest ,
to northwest of
One candidate for justice of the supreme corner section ta. township -
aud Dunufllou, at Duoullou Hnibt the leaiiiUg candidate iu the I Lv coa..c. of G. Ry...---+18 p. m ARTICLE L court 'or full term of six years. 17, rang thence south to the southwest .

Ar Atlanta.... .............--.--7=\3 p.m Tile uamc ui tin Corporauon bfiull be: CRVS- Three candidates for justice of the supreme comer thence we to north
j KIVEK KAiLkuAL. Co evening April 27. he TAL corner thence ,
whirh court. tocouty
mee. The clean campaign Lv Atlanta.. .. W. &. A. By___7U.jp. m. of buaiuess of Ihia corporation shall Oat o
place thence southeast
One candidate for corner of section
1 | sSuinrnertield, Pedro, I1vier! has lru running has ruei with popu- Ar Chuttanooga____ "_...ragS p. m. ucala, :Mariun county Florida. with such One candidate for go\"eror.secretary of state. township.s 1;. range t 23. thence north o Jon U.

. Candler and Late \Veir, at t5urumer-1 ir Chattanooga C&. St. L.RJ..nro5p.ro.Ar branch offices as may be adopted by the Boardof One candidate for attorney general.One lion line to the place of beginning.

His record iu.k severy .. _.. ...** Directors. candidate for comptroller.One Election District No.
t 4 fielc afteruoon :!:30 April 29. lar (itwur. war S* hvi1le ___._j-pi a. m. ARTICLE II. \\ candidate for treasurer Pedro described 23 w voting place at

los liluH'and Linadale at M":ol true Southern::) maU proud ..( I Lv Nashville L. &'Y. Ry..340 p.m. The general nature of the busit-ess to be transacted One candidate for superintendent of public Commence at a;olWI cer of wcttM ;-

Evanimlle__....."_... .. instruction.One .
Ar .
.7:53 a. m.Lv by this Corporation shall be to construct township 17. range 22 east, run vest la 4
Bluff afternoon 2 p. in., May 3. him. and his record iu both the louerand j Evansville..Ta.& i. Kj..::. .t : sa.m maintain and operate a railroad from a point on candidate for commissioner of agricul northwest comer of section t, twraifcip ,-

Grahamville aud Silt Spring, at lit..tl legi U- Ar St. Louts_..._,. _"............ .135 p. m. Crystal River, at or near a place called Crystal, ture.One candidate for railroad south,range.a ea t.thence sooth to cotmty lice ..
upper house of the in Citrus county. Florida to the town ol Dunn- Cmt0er. thence cast to southeast corner of of wxtjon 34,
(GraUamville f)aoon 2 p. m May 5. Lv Evamiville__ E. & T. H. Ry.... 8:15a-m elton, in Marion county Florida; the length of One candidate for adjutant township 17 south range 22 east, theism northto
3f ture is without a t ,.iu. He fa ye that Ar TmeHaute. ... .. ........... H-JO a. m such railroad so to be constructed maintained One candidate for state chemist. northeast corner of section 37. thence west j

r Mattel, Illitchlon and Cotton in which Lv Terre Haute......C. E I. Ry._....1135 a. m. and operated as Dear as may be. is Fifteen judicial One candidate circuit. for judge circuit conrth filth northwest corner oi section 'tbejtce north to
he has not visited a couuty miles and the counties of the State of Florida dace of beginning.
ri Plant, at Carter's Potnl a. m. May Ar Chicago .. ....._....... .. .. .... 4:10 p. m. through watch said railroad is intended to be I Two candidates t\ll members o house t>( rep Election District No. 24. with voting place .atDannellon :
he did not find Brown men enthusiastically made are the counties of Citrus and Marion renlalve
C 1904.Kendriok. This train j is! the fctandard of perfection for county judge. deb.d bounded a fulo s
This corporation shall have the right underits c
f4 Oettlaaud Snudy Glove,' workiog for his uomiuatitiu, III "a -uarr st-rvire. corporate name to hold and enjo such real One candidate for sheri Ceoc. east. corner ran season wet tj r.
One candidate of taxes. township 19 thmt
For Puinnau reservations and other bt and lo a rug
:: and personal properly as may necessary the line
$. ;i;| at Ocala, e.tiling; b6. and many beleive tint: he would win information apply to ticket agent ....'. proper tor the uses and purposes ot buldmg.mantainiug One One candidate candidate lor cole county superintendent taxes. the county l. river, thence o county east with to
and ita railroad, S f
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f. C. H\'. fcjt. or A. C. L. operating public instructionOne o meanderings of sid river to the east booadarv
TAMP.un Augustine
shall have locate
in the first primary. aforesaid, and power to survey
in townsdip ,
7 17 range j 1e
"Cants. candidate tor clerk circuit court. o s lth.
office lite St. West Jacksonville a '
Bay cons.iuct. bUIld. maintain equip ana operate section line place o:
One candidate for county treasurer.: tbenr o t
, called Crystal.
Fla. railroad lice from or near a place .
This word des not no ':nieau what - on Crystal; river, in Citrus county Florida, to One candidate for surveyor.
Putting food into adifltacd stomach the town of Dunnelon: in Marion county One candidate for supervise ot rglral.Une Election District Xo iS, ,ith voting pe ..
did but stands for cantaloupes Seed Velvet Beans For Sata. Florida. candidate for county Levon, bounded described a
U once is like putting money into a pocket and for eac-fa commissioners at the northeast
Those The said corpoiation under its corporate name dsc. Come c a 4 llu.
fine velvet beauS for
stands for All desiring One candidate for member board of 2. township 17. range 22,east
'cubes" is lost. have,
the satue as with holds. Thmouey :: shall hare the right to accept purchase t n
public instruction in and for each district. to the northwest oi
tow-i
plaining purposes will do well to rail hold lease and"xuvyaay property real. personal COt 4
; ". for its value for mntiiug. Whu the be to Oi candidate for justice the peace in and ship 17 south range east lattice sooth th;
:: cucumbers aud "piD :; p utapIlle goe : or mixed, which may necessary o 2 t
J. A. Pooser'a district of
southwest section in
allied at store at once. One construct, maintain and said railroad. corner township i-
stomach is dUeased, with the operate One candidate for constable in and lo each south, range east thence 9 to the oulnexst
;;. hundred bushels will be sold at $:!..25 and have power and right to borrow money ustice district l
corner of said section thence south south
the
of digestion. uud nutrition, and to issue bonds fur same secured by a mortgage 9. .
:. Ocala is the crater of activity for organs per busLels. ; upon any or all ot its said property and Five candidates for presidential etectr. west corner ot section 22, thence es to the
food which is put into it Urgeiy lo&t. to erect such buildings depots and shops:: and Four candidates for t southeast corner of s '3 thence nottn
: the cantaloupe busmen and the xiracteii from S. II. PYLES. operate such machinery and do such other national convention. with sin n t 0 bgl. 4
is
: The uutrimut ::I uot things in accordance with the laws of Florida Two candidates for district delegates to national Election District No. voting at

i Ocala correspondent" of the Sew it. The butiy is weak atid be biuod relating to railroad corporations as it may deem convention. Orange Spong.bnded 14 a p i-
Thirteen candidates for members at large of
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR IN proper for its advantage and benefit. It shall lows:
York Packer has the following to say impoverishThe! p'". ket can be have all the rights and be subjected to all the sate committee Commence at the intersection of el bouad-

r mended. The stomach <.,,11 be cured. CORPORATION liabilities a= are provided in sab-chapter 5 of canId for county member of state ary of section 24. township n _t .-;
on the subject: There will be over I Revised Statutes ot the Slate of Florida, and the with the Ocklawaha river, the reel t ;
One candidate for member of neckraal
i Ttmt sterliurf taeJicuie f..r the laws amending the sameIt committee the southeast corner ot section 34, twa>Gi;>
, 6,000 acres of "eant: ," in this Ioectlou.i VOTICE Is HEREBY: GIVEN THAT WE, shall have power for the express purpose J soiah, range 24 eat Jen west to the
fctoaiach .! Doctor Phnts'sGolden -' the undersigned, will his of the For state convention for formulating plat
. lOt. blopd, apply to honor, and exclusive use for general business southwest corner of 31 township i:
Other bhippiug j oiuts are Oxford, Httwith W. S Bullock.judge ot tbe circuit court tor the corporation, to construct and build docks. form. southrange east thence north to the northwest
Me lieal Discovery, 5th judicial circuit of Florida four weeks after wharves elevators and bridges or to lease the Against state convention for formulating corner 2 section 3'. thence west to northwest

Sparr, Anthony and Martin. The ptrtuliar promptness and power on UK publication of this notice ior the approval same: to purchase, construct and operate Marine \\tOnty candidates shall file their corner 01 section 35 in township n south
and endorsement ot the following proposed Railways and Railroad Terminals al any applications range ij. thence southwest conn r
Eiaterliugs have over 600 acres &t the orgim digestion and nutrition.It charter, t>wit- point upon its said line of railroad where it lot placing their names on primary ticket of section 25, st t t the southwest curnerofsection3ttownsliipiz -
with Samuel K. chairman, accompaniedwith
jer almost all disorders I till 4prt1'th, 19 4. may be necessary to give it transportation! and Tyles range 23, theni-
is cure their assessment fixed commit
Martin. Thus: far the crop i is not a posiive generally t.i have aU the power and rights as by county north to waters of Orange Lake thence wiltS
of the heart Wood, liver and ARTICLE 1. are given in railroad corporations and shall be tee.A meanderings of said like to Orange Creek.
for the Pitt liurg The name of this corporation shall be uuder the second primary will be held on the 7th day
contracted for except The subjected to all liabilities as provided thence with meanderings of Orange Creeit alidOcklawaha
other organs, KM have tneir cause IU a | Brothers and Staters of Charit," Number i. of laws of Florida. relating to same. of June 1904. to choose between the highestcanOidstes nver 10 point of beginning.

market. The M. 0. Co giiis Co. gets \\uk or diseased condition of the I Marion county, Florida. ARTICLE III: been made by whose a majority nominations vote at first shall pnmary.not have Election District No. 13, with voting place at

with I ARTICLE IL 1 hose, and only those shall be permitted Fort McCoy, bounded and described as fcow..
it th"re. Vines are up and stt.waeh. Stock authorized shall prson. Commence .
The general nature of tbe business is The amount ol Capital to beconre or to vote at or on east boundary ot
r to be be Thousand Dollars, divided into 500 in township 1range 2. on the north side Of' theOcklawaha
Fitly participate the management of the primary
benevolent
s-LouKl charitable work.
: favorable weather melons ( rat quantities ,f tomatoes \.on-I'I burying the dead and attending the sick. Shares of the par value ot J too per share;; the election who are white democratic electors river. thence run north to the
those ia need
assisting
same shall be non-assessable. and shall be paid who declare their adherence to the principles northeast corner of section 36. in township .-
who are members of this
: move early.: Th Eisteriiu: !.s are tinue to po the .&.111 kt't:! from Florida. to protect the young from association viscious lives and also and for In lawful money ofthe Cniied.States: when and organization of the democratic party, south range 23 east, thence we to northwest.
issued. Yen cent ot the Capital Stock has corner of section ,thence to the south
national
the last of habits. per state and county who are, by the 35 slh
: figuring on the first car by ARTICLE III.Membership. been subscribed aud paid for.ARTICLE laws of the state lawful electors of the election west corner of section 35, thence west to the

district in which they offer to vote, who have northwest corner ot 5UOD 6, iu township 15
May. _ MANY RAILWAY PROJECTS.- .Members may be received IV. first paid their poll taxes legally due not less range 23 tent south to the southwest corner
who are 01 good character and standing and The term for wb'.a this Corporation shall than ten days before the primary and I of section east to the northeast corner

Florida Beans.AChiciodi Mississippi Shows Unprecedented Activity are elected by a majority vote at any stated exist shall be ninety-nine (99) j ears. ,ho shall, when challenged by elein eleoT. : of swn 30. thence south to the southwest

meeting. ARTICLE V. pledge in writing to abide by the reult corner sion 16 in township 14. range 23,
Florida in This Respect. .. ARTICLE IV primary and vote for nominees thereof. thence Ocklawaha river thence
"pitcli 1HYl : that Jacl.son.II5S.. April 13.-The sur The term for which this corporation shall ex j The business of this corporation shall be con The registration books in each precinct open with meanderings of said river t pDt of be

have the ist is ninety-nine (99) years.A2T1CLE. 1 ducted by a President Secretary and Treasurer on March 19. i904, and close Apnl :6. 10 ginning. ,
beans arriving here vey for the branch line of the Mobile V. and General Manager (more than one office Tbe following were named as inspectors H.W. LONG.
pe.-rSU: Attest
be filled by the same person: ). &nd by aBoard : Chrn.BtLCo.CamS.
smallpox-at least they look that and Ohio railroad to run westward Names and residences ol the subscribers-The may of Five Directors to be elected annually : .T. S1STRUN, ClerkS 4'a
names and residences of the and trotu which loud Ocala, Box i. T. D. Lancaster,J. D.Williams
from Shuqualak. a small town in Nox- iacorporators are by the stockholders
develop
to and
I wa/. Brown spots start ah 10now.: shall be elected the president secretary and C. L Bittnger. 1

4 will be, ubee county, for a distance of about William Beauregard,Shady Grove Fla. treasurer all uf whom, shall be stockholders Ocali, Box z L. S. Beck, W. O. Waid and P. NOTICE FOR .
and over night the whole pod CO miles, has been eompletad and a Klla V-'ouoingham, Ocala, Fla. and shall be elected by tne stockholders at their V. le\'eDgo PUBLICATION

Maria Aa l..n. shady GroFla.. "Duualmc"UDg.which shall be held at Ocala. H. Ron, \\. S. Stea'man and C.
p. covered with brown rust or rot spot halt has been made by the civil engineers Jane Glyuip, Ocaia: Kla. Florida on the first Monday ot :'Iayot each P.Redick 1. Departnutit of the Interior, Land Office
Zach nah
? Ulymp,ucala. Kla.
; making the beans ul1s 141Je.! Receivers at the latter place to await further ARTICLE >ear.William N. Camp shall be President Clarence Flemington. W. D. Mathews, J. I.. Beck and .CainesvUIe, Fla. April 4 19. a 1

what instructions_ Vice President Camp shall be bectetary and Treasurer and K W. R Dreher.Cotou VOTICE 15 HEREBY THS
l'ES
here caunoi explain Managing Officers-This corporation shall C.Camp shall be General: Manager. Plant. Sew cmb Barco, J. L. Miller 4.. named Bled noticeof
ahu t all Finley. It is thought to be probable have as managing officers a president, a vice \Villiam N. Camp.Clarence Camp, R.C.Camp. J. .. ItuJgens. folC"inl to make commutation proof -
causes! these ru uttVcud lain who shall be elected by a majority vote at the Board Directors. All of said officers shall J. Turner. w'll be made before Clerk Ciicnit Court It
the Florida beam have beth Cartage, the county seat of I.eake I a stated annual mctttnj, and shall! hold yoffice be continued tu office to conduct the business of I I Fla.,
until Camp Izard. V. A. Ross J. &. Thomas and < 00
l' I IW the company I
Fancy green county. W. L. .
for a numher of days. ol their successors to be elected at toe nISI Jlall4I'OI.
J3f," I J The officials of the Mobile. Jacksonand I ARTICLE VIL election held ULder the provisions of this Ar. Shady Grove. J. M. Douglass,J. H. J. Count viz: C. Jenks EcCraney. Higley. Fla.. Hd.
p..1: beans will bring readily from Kansas road have decidedto The names of the officers ol the corporation ticle. andT. J. Barnes.Summerfield. 32089 for the northwest quarter of southwest

3. City are as follows. William lieaurcgard. President; .ARTICLE. J. E. Branch S. N. Dillard quarter section az. township 17 south, rangea.5ea5L
from :52.25 ('> .
t 3.50 aud fancy wax change the survey of their line in Kllna Cunningham. Vice-prtsiJent; Mana Ad- and J. \\'.
dison. Secretar}'. Jennie Glymp Treasurer; The highest amount of indebtedness or liability Davis He names the following witnesses to lIve
J Another thing that i is hurting the Webster county so as to run through Zachariah Clymp, l: apaln.: to which, this company can at any time subject. Lake Weir J. I.. Carney,J. S. Driggers and his continuous redenc upon and cuitivatioa
The road it--=U. shall be the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars T. c freeman of said land
# both Mathison and Maben.
'I Florida! bean trade is the "lax. express ARTICLE: VIII. (50,000). Moss Bluf. J. C l'ihlansV.. N. Jackson and Arthur K. Clifton, of Esmeralda. Fla.,
,, will cross the Southern railway at :Ma- The by laws 01 this corporation shall be made, ARTICLE VII. Win. E. Charles, F. Vaterman.of Stanton.Fla.: Charles

deliveries. One hundred hampers thison. Simultaneous with the acceptance altered or rescinded! by a committee appointed The names of the subscribing incorporators to Grahamvie I 5!. Graham B. Griggs R. Wat.nan, of StaDtol Fla.; Benjamin J,
Thursday by a majority of members in regular meeting. these articles of incorporation are as follows Randall j Ryls, of Higley, Fa. O. ROBINS:
i were delivered by express of the proposition made to the ARTICLE IX. and their places of residence with tbe amount Salt W. P. N. P. Fry 4 8 eger.

to Barhett Bros that were :Jue here railroad officials by the town of Ma Indebtedness-.The highest amount of indebtedne -' of stuck subscribed aud paid for by each is setopposite and W.Spring.. tRe. WiUamsD.
s which this each of their names:
3 makes ben. the citizens of that place have time> ia { corporation can assume at SHARES Fort McCoy. J. W. Stevens, R. I Barnes and NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE.
This any 150 oo .I
.. .. 'Tuesday< previous. Charles
Jhe launched a movement to establish an X. NAME. RESIDENCE.: CAPITAL Bayle
worthless STOCKW. Orange Springs. W. G. Meggs, Frank Jor.
the deliveries iu many cases oil mill and fertilizer factory with a this The amount in value of the real estate which N. CAMP..._.Ocala. Florida.........zoo dan and I I Meggs. :< THE 4fH DAY OF AUGUST 1904. TH8
corporation may hold shall be $ uo..oo.Vitoe. ..... ._ 0
:> CLARENCE: CAMP, Ocala.Florida ? 25 undersigned will present her accounts and
Booth and
large Linadale. B.
in a C. A. McCrauey, J.
and is responsible capital stock of $150.000. \ -... our hands and seals this 17th day 01 JACK C.UIPOcala, Florida.......... to G. H. Drawdy. vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock, county judge

bad condition of The citizens of Decatur the county Febi nary. A. L). 1904WILLIAM FRANK DRAKE..Ocala. Florida.......... s and ask tor a final settlement and discharge Madministratrix
measure for the BEACBEUARD L. R.C. CAMP_._..:Ocala. Florida.-....... 10 Citra. Stewart Ramey, )r. A. Rice and R. K. of the estat of Julia P. John
seat of Newton county, have appealedto ELLA COTM.NCHAJI: : r.. Wartmann. son,deceased,this 4th day of Febrr.

arrival.Mr. the railroad commission to have MARIA ADDISO' !L. S.1j State of Florida. ( Anthony. J. R. Wilder, C. C. Priest,sr,aDd 19
JANE: CLYUPZACHAKIAH I.. County of Marion. ) W. H. Hamilton. 2 5 icm 6m Administratrix.ADMINISTRATORS' .
D. VV. Burns, representing the the M. J. & K. C. road come nearer GL\3IP I. I hereby certify that before me personally Martin. William Knoblock F. Townsend

Times-Union made this to the center of that town. A new State of Florida t appeared William N. Camp Clarence Camp. and Mr. Liviagston sr. NOTICEXfOTlCE .
Florida Marion Couul '. f each
and Frank Drake
) K. C.
I bank has been established new mercantile Jack Camp Cmp. and Stanton. Alex Wynne, R. G.lbop and 1.C
Mr. Burns has to me well known tne person persons I Morrison
Before
I office call yesterday. being plannedand me personally: came Zachariah Glytup whosubseribed his and their names to the lore.
ventures are one of the subscribers to the foregoing Charter articles of incorporation and each of Blitchton. K. L. Ferguson. J. H. Wilson and IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL
just completed the matter for theTimesUnioti's the ton has been thoroughlyu..ak'ned and who is to me well known and known tome going them severally, lor himself, did acknowledgebefore W. B. RawU. 1> on September mh. 1904 present to lion

Eist Coast after a slumber of more to be the person who signed the same and me that he signed the said articles of incorporation Belleview. J Whisnant, J. N.Shedd, andJ. Robert Bullock,county judge in and for Mar
special duly acknowltdged before
me that be signed as a subscribing incorporator of D. Pope. county fo'ionda accounts and
and executed the said Charter together with and said subscribing final administrator of the estateoi
than 50 Articles of Incorporation as a
years.Surveyors
Christian. Gist and
edition and is now commencing tne the other subscribers whose names appear sid Incorporator. did acknowledge that he Mcntosh. J. W.M. J. E. :I.lenderso. deceased, and will ksk lora
for the proposed new line thereon ; aui he further makes oath that it is had subscribedfor the amount of Capital Stock B tDa dhare \uch administrator. Dated
West Coast edition and the object of of the Southern railway from Webb to intended m good tilth to carry out the purposes set opposite his name. Pedro, H. R. Shaw W. H. Proctor and R.J. thI Manh 11,1904.
i and objects set forth
therein.
I further certify that mv commission as notary Perry. W. T. HENDERSON. Admr.
his visit here is to have Ocala repre Memphis will be put in the field with ZACHAKIAH GLYMP. public expires on the t>th day of July ... j). Dimnellon. W. J. Mixson. D. G. Watkins ; 3116m Estate of E. M.Henderson, Deceased.

to off Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th and H. J. Keen.
publicationfileEast in the next ten days lay a preliminary 1905.Iu
rented iu this splndhl day ol March, A. II. 1904.; witness whereot I have hereunto set my J. N. Marshall,W. R. Caldwell and
will contain eighty survey.It [Seal] JOHN F.. AILE\. hand and affixed my official seal, tbs the I2th Caodlr. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALF.
Coast edition Notary Public for the State of Flonda. of March, A. D. Caldwell
.' is believed that the shops of the day
19 T. E. Sparr Lee Grantham. W.D. Eminisor and
4 illustrationsthus My commission expires November I.). IIjO.J [Seal] BIGGs AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
pages with magnificent new Mobile Jackson and Kansas City 4 St Notary Public Stats of Florida at Large. J. Lovell. UNDER by the Hon. s. Bullock,
Eureka: R. W. Holliday, P. U. Milligan and Wii.
representing in a moat attractive road will be located either at Newton Stale of Flonda I G. D. Hogans.Levon. judge 01 the Circuit Court ( $th Judicial
and for Marion county in
the almost nup.ralled1t'- the junction with the Alabama and NOTICE'OF Marion County.) C P. Pillans. K. Slaughter and J. ClfitlU a cause pending therein and chaDcr

manner Vicksburg road, or at Louisville, the ELECTIONFor Before me personally appeared William N. LtGare. Mortgage Bank of Florida.Limited of EDglin"i *
velopment that section and Mr. Camp Clarence Camp. JacK Camp, R.C Camp .J. A. Thomas J. B. DeVore and complainant and J. V. Sweannger et aL are
count yseat of Winston county. and Frank Drake a majority of the subscribers J.Faireld. jr. said decree rendered ca the 3:**
have the West I creating a Special Tax School to the above proposed charter, who being duly Jone deendallt A. D. 1904 I offer for sale u
to District WIl
Burns is anxious The-Southern railway is making good at sworn by me. each upon his oath did state that I atel J. )t. T.Carter W. LtSeckiner and the highest and best bidders fr cash at public

edition in every way equal to progress with the construction of its Fairfield. they constituted a majority of the subscribers! to i M. outcry, before tbecou door (south) i
: Coast N'OTICE: HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN the above Articles of Incorporation of Crystal Kendrick. C. C Priest, jr.. E C. 3'cI.e Ocala Forida between
cnty.
Coast edition. These special 40-mile( branch line from Okalona to will be held at Fairfield. Marion River Railroad Company and that it is intended and G. B. ChappelL hours of a.m. and a first Monday

the East a point in Calhoun county not yet de county sundown between the hours of8 o'clock a. m. and in good faith to conllruct maintain and charter.operatethe The said inspectors shall canvass returns for in May.I p
017W
editions will be distributed at the St. railruad tnenloned said W. N.proposed precincts in which they are appointed and turnover tu.ieitMgii.sd4.fl 1904.
cided
upon. >ot1I11.'lflY:iltlt.t. D. 1901. CH1P.CURESCF ballot box to member of Democratic Executive
described in Marion
the property
following
Louis exposition! by the six lady commissionen. for the purpose ol creating a special tax school CUIP Committee for such precinct. county Flonda, to-wit: The lutbWe qurte

ntir rest Law. I district to be known as the Fairfield Special Tax JACK CAMP. The Democratic: Executive Commite will of northeast: quarter; north Mlhe

i Jackson Miss., April 14.-Veddel School District. The boundaries of the above PR.4.NKDItAKE. convene at court house in 14 t9. quarter and northeast quarter of Ith.e

proposed district as described in a petition asking before this 12th day (and if second primary on June U, 1 quarter of section 3, township 15 south range 21
and Wilson Chicago attorneys representing for said election. are hereby changed by Sworn and.ubrib me o'clock a. m.. to canvass returns of the county east containing 100 acres more o less, ab
:Mr. A. P. Jordan the brilliant editor order ofthe Beard of Public Instruction to of March 1904. of northwest ot
1 about 15 of the prominent so as T E. BIGGS rder of the stale democratic executive southwest quarter quarter K
read
as follows: and Marion democratic executive tion 22. in township 15 south range 21 east
I of the Punta Gorda Herald is a pork packing establishments and refrigerator All sections ;,8. i7. iS. 19. ii. 20 and 30 of [Seal] Notary Pbic. committee committee. county Also sooth half of northeast quarter of section

1 lines operating private rollIng township 13 south. range east,and sections 12, --.-- -- ---- -- --- SAMUEL R. PILES.Chairman. 21.in township 15 south range :21 eat containing
I candidate for delegate to the national I 13. jj. 24, 25. and -A of township 13 south range JOHN M. GRAHAM, Secretary. 4 1NOTICt. 90 ace excepting thirty ace heretf\lr
I stock over the railroads in Mississippi 20 east. NOTICE Ii I conveyed or 1 much thereof as may I ,
democratic convention at Bt. Louis And to elect three trustees and to fix the rate i sary tosatisy said final decree and cost olllt. '
I who were recently assessed of millage to be assessed and collected for the JOSEPH I BELL,

1 from the first congressional district of with back taxes by the state revenue next Qualified two ensuing electors years.: at said election are all regis jl Ol Application for Tax Deed I'nder Section Sot 4 1 Special Master Chancery.,_ ',

1 Florida and this paper Lopes that he agent aggregating about Jl.800,000, arll tered and qualified voters of said district, who Chapter 4S&3, Laws ot Florida '

in conference with Messrs. Green and pay a tax on real or personal property therein. "OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. D. In the Circuit Court of Marion County Fifth NOTICE
beena
Jordan has
be elected. Mr. The following persons have been
will appointed of Tax Certificate
k 1 : purchaser No
for the retenua inspectors and cleric of said Robertson Judicial Circuit of Florida.-In Chanctry.WUliam .
Green, attorneys election. dated the 4lh day of November, A. D. 195,
consistent, organized democrat all the method of \\'.A. Yongue.A.J. Jones and !.. 1.. Harvey 664 has filed said certificate in my and has Knoblock Complainant, vs Brantley THE UNDERSIGNED '
1 agent, regarding pro- .nd \\. oc. \VB. QtAFE
inspectors J. smoak Clerk. deed in
made application for tax accordance A. Weathers and Marion J. Weathers.- 'IY voters who a tax en real ;
pay
his life and i is the Carmack of Flori ceedure In the litigation over the By order ol tne Bo. rd oi Public Instructionthis with law. Said certificate embracesthe Defendant". property, will on the o pnDat ".
the sth day of April, 1904. described property situated in
da. The democratic party of this claims. The corporations assessed Attest; G. S. SCOTT, following to-wit: AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL Ti JJfjntiay tn Mity 1304

with these back taxes are determinedto W. I). CARS Chairman. }ain county Florid southwest quarter of UNDER rendered by the judge of the Circuit present this petition t the Board of Public Instruction ,

r state will honor itself by honoringhim. secretary. 4 >5\ northwest quarter section township 14 range Court of the Filth Judicial Crt of Florid ia ol Marion county Florid.asking the
: make a fight to the bitter end, 32 the abe stated cl dat 31s day said to call an purpose of !
ur
claiming that they pay taxes on theii 22.Tbe said land being assessed at the date of A. 1904 Knoblock is com. special tax school district lobe knownas ;
the issuance of such certificate in the name of plainant, and Brantly A Weathers and the Grhamvie Special Tax School District ;
The American consul at Para rolling stock at the place of domIcile ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Unknown. I'nless said certificate shall be redeemed Marion J.Weathers are deenlnt1 will, a and to following described tetr

j in Mlslsslppl. according to law. tax de will issue Special Master appointed s de AU of the south half of township 14 .
beer and are not liable for taxes execute the same offer and and sections 6 sndyottownship ,
Brazil S. A., say that imported thereon on the loth day April. D.ll to A range 21 est .
Witness my official signature and &al tht the and will range all of township 15 and range ;
; now coots the Brazilian $1.20 per NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CitED iTlh day of March A.D. loM. on tA day of May. JL. D, /9u*. IS lying north of Silver Springs ran and east of
all persons having claims against S. T. SISTRCNK. "al south door of the.court house the Ocklawaha river except sections 13,14, :
bottle. In consequence of which the Death Removes Aged Minister the estate of Mary K. Hick. deceased, to pre. ISms Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. in the front city of of the OaJa Marion county.. Florida U 24.25 26 and 36 a3
sent same withm two Fears or they will barred. w.u.MasonTWRandaIIWA.unts.L ;
the Atlanta. April 14.-Rev. William R. This I in the It gal hours of sale sell at pnouc outcryto F. Wellnorner, K. I'.
Brazilian brewers have advanced February Jjrd, 1904.W. NOTICE the highest and best bidder for cash the Graham.. Ing.
W. .
CLYATT. C. W. ,
D.Smiln R.W. Wingate
: price of the home product 33J per McConnell died Tuesday morning at :j iS St Administrator mortgaged property deb J said decree a;, Mills E.Johnsa I. E WiIB.A l

his home in Pooler, near Savannah \TOTICE IS HEREBY GI\'E" THAT THE fols twit: lying Tho cr piece pl o J. W. Hol CbBs EKlol,

cent. Those South Americana are 1.1: as executrix, lo Marion bng. knownand W. Wes P.T. 4.
-. after a week's illness. He had beena ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS respectively enderagued estate eects ofjohn F. Dunn, deceased city Cf Ocala. lots 96 Florid. Gary's C

catching on and proiuixe to become ask clergyman in the Episcopal church will on I deb said city 93,55 as per plat'of said addition NOTICE

for and was well knownin xl day July, J. D. iyot recorded in plat book "A"OB page 43.of -
robbers M member of many years Slrd. lh o Florida administrator with will
graceful any of Marion county, the public records of Marion county. A. E. Dte annexed
, Atlanta where he often visited and apply to county judge of mak together with all and singular the tenements of give*notice that on the
school. GIVEN TO CRED- at Ocala for the purpose E. De
Y- tariff IS HEREBY
the United States high ii thereunto
where he was ordained a prleat Mr. NOTICE: legatees. distributees and aU persons Flor.fnal stUtmntc their accounts and for hereditaments, and much appurtenances thereof u may rtk daa of September iw,'

Connell was a brother of Mrs. W. S. having claims or demands against the estate of fat dishage. belonging sufficient satisfy or s said decree, costs b he present his accounts and voucher to the
chces wl
H. G
,
deceased to the t final settlement and ask fee a
Considerable damage has been doneto Jonn F. Edwards present DtS. and pro jndge
expenses :
Tutner and an uncl ef Gordon N. .ame within two years 01 they will be barred, I W. A. HO&EB. commini a theen discharge. This alb day of March 1904-
.
fruit in Kansas and other states byrecent ilurtel of Atlanta. this the 3rd day of February. 1904. E.Eetor.ALtCS videc. BrtFOJU I B. BULLOCK.Complainant's A E DELQUEST. ,
Administrator
POLLY C. EDWARDS. Executrix. Solicitor 4 Special Master 3 1 em 6m
& frotts. I l 2 5 61 Administratrix. 11-15 ,

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and Virginia stock his mother being -......-
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school of San Francisco and in Harvard .. -e.
college. '
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health, indomitable energy and great Fancy Lemons
executive ability. lIe is a 'business ... ,
l. man' In every sense of the word. .. ......
"He is exceedingly temperate in bab-
: k Its, never gambles or races horses, but :

-.. \i once(Spanish-American a devotee owned a of yacht the war,automobile.but it was during fitted the He up .CI| Hires Root Beer and I Ginger; Ale Also .

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as a cruiser at his expense, and he presented ---;* i *.
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it to the government enlisted
"..' himself as a private in the war --
and risked his life on the firing line
before Santiago. 150 Bushels Peas.
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"In April,1003,be married Miss Mllll-
," cent Willson of New York. There Is -
a charming romance connected with
this marriage. Miss Willson was a -
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poor girl. Mr. Hearst met her and fell

; k desperately miss. His affection love with was the reciprocated.vivacious E Supply|Yourself as Quantity is limited and Prices Low while they last EWe

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college and he would furnish the,money -
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for her highest possible education. -4'-S

4 and After her mother her graduation on a tour be of the took world her I of all

that travel.she She might is a have very beautiful the culture wom of F Stock and Variety increasing. Shipment goods E|

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an, with a charming personality. She .
is much beloved by the mother of Mr. '

holds Hearst"Mr.women Hearst In id high a strict esteem.moralist and IE made the same day order Jis received which insures .

"His charities are unbounded. Ev
ery winter he fu.Ishes free coal, food -

and raiment poor of to the thousands tenement of districts the! suffering of fresh In addition
of New York, which city is his present E quick delivery goods. to a regular 3 .
resil1 nl'e. lIe sent out three re-
lief trains-one from New York, another t i. --e.-
from Chicago and another from -.

San large the Francisco-and sums Galveston-for the sufferers.relief hurried of the lIe suppliesto Jewsin gave [ Grocery Line we carry. a full stock of 3

Russia; also to the victims of the A .
St. Pierre volcano district. ...... .-.
"As a newspaper man he has had a ----
remarkable career. He understandsthe .
business in every detail, from setting E Brooms :;
-. type to editorial! writing and C ,
business management.: His first venture
was the San Francisco Examiner,
which he took when it was almost defunct Water Pails
t lIe put life and enterprise into
it until it has the largest circulation .
of any newspaper on the western coast -- ".
He owns the Los Angeles Examiner,
Chicago Examiner, a morning paper, :: Oil Cans '.
and the Hearst Chicago American, an .
evening paper, the latter having the ....
largest circulation of any Chicago --
daily. In J eew York he owns and runs
the New York American, the Evening
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"Ho is a devoted advocate of the .
principle of 'equal rights for all; special -
privileges for none.* He is an f' '

aggressive slavery foe known of the as new'trusts.form' of human Mason's Fruit Jars

"lIe prevented the waterworks of ..
New York from going into the hands ...... .-.....
of few
a monopolists known as the
Ramapo rqbbers. He smashed the Ire-
trust of New York at tn expense of Let us hear from you.
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districts .
the tenement call him blesserL'lie .
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killed the food trust and is now
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locked in deadly embrace with the coal .-
t': trust, at the head of which Is Mr.I>aer. Yours for
more 3A.
who claims that the Almighty and hare E businessr .
In partnership to rob the fireside .
a of America In the interest of this inosi -

grasping"Doubtless combination.if he is nominated for J'
,:' president on the Democratic ticket he : BROWN & BRO. .
I would cause these combinations to .
1.- tremble In their boots. .....
;1if "With such a man for candidate on a .

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