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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 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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VOL. XXXVII, NO 40 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 22, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR I ..-

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-1111111111nlhiilllllllliilnilllililillilllilllllllllliilil" ''''''''''''' '' '' ''''''''''' '' ''''''''''' 'iillllllllllT I (9r TrE| COURT HOUSEWEDNESDAY THE TACKY PARTY. Mrs. Little Entertains.Mrs. ---- ----.:- ----.

E NIGHT Henry W. Little was the
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Ludicrously Delightful Affair Given hostess aof the Original Whist Club II SMALL

: i Daniel'sa PillS i. Gevernor Jennings, M ISsrs. Stockton by Miss Miller Tuesday Night. Wednesday afternoon and she enter i

4 The old time tallied
them in
Broward and Brown Make "tacky" party at a most charming

-- which Miss Mona Hiller entertainedfor manner. She was assisted in receiv. BEGINNINGS .
Addresses. ;
E For Malaria in all forms. No :
r cure no pay. -- MisJ Helen Blair Tuesday night, ing by her daughter Miss Mary i ij
The above named j
gentlemen reached I
-r was decidedly the most ludicrous and Little.A .
.... -- Ocala Wednesday from
-a. c --ar morning fun provoking party given in Ocala quantity of cut flowers were !
Crystal River and wired to have carriages Our business was started
.... 1 : in many years. scattered around the rooms and were
meet them at the Y and went I
.. -.... -- The costumes were all rich and ap- most attractively arranged. Those very; small but did not remain
from there to Fairfield distance of
a
propriate and the shouts who I'II
!. of laughter played whist were the following I

:: -- I r. 5) .-- twenty miles, and'on reaching that heard as each new guest arrived ladies: :Mrs. Edward Holder )Irs.G. so-satisfaction. of I II
F. I -
ll place learned that the
speaking was were indicative of the good time every T.)Iaughs. Mrs. C. R. Tydings,
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,
I
... customers made the
at Citra, miles change
many away, so they
-- I _- body was having. It would take the Mrs. Edward Hiller, tfjs. W. V. --
_-__ I r returned to Ocala via the A. C. L. I
I I brush of an artist or the pen of a Newsotn Mrs. C..V. Miller, Mrs. A.
== I During, the afternoon quite a number
::
poet to describe the wonders of the H. Marsh, Mrs. G. C. Pasteur, Mrs.
rr of the prominent citieen called -
tI L --. many varied costumes, but suffice it D. $. Woodrow, Mrs. Charles Rhei-
...... __ on them at the Ocala House and last
-- I 1j 1-, to say that the gowns and bonnets pause, Miss Wetmore, Mrs. J. K.

night the distinguished guests attended worn by the ladies and the suits and Austin, Mrs. D. M. Smith, Misses
1 ';P03TOFFICE DRUG STORE 1 the revival services at the Baptist
hats of the gentlemen would put to Esther Weathers, Margaret Eagleton MUHROE&CHAMBIASS[ !
J church in a body.At .
f ::: I I Prescriptions receive careful attention. i ir blush the fashionable modistes mil Ethel Sinclair Beatrice Sinclair, I
the close of the services the ;
congregation
liners and haberdashers. Georgia Smith, Mary Little and Sara BANKERS
r 1Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllillllllll11111 was invited to attend the
1111111111111i Dancing was the special feature of Harris. The scores were marked by Ocala Flarltfa

speaking at the court house and a ._ _
this affair and it Miss Miriam Pasteur
... was entered into and during the ---
....
'q larg cumber accepted the invitation
-- with great zest and enjoyment. games punch was served by little
'i among whom was quite a delegation Thanks'
: While the couples were enjoying Miss Christine Little.At .

t of ladies. the: dances, Mr. and Mrs. Edward the end of the games refresh So many of the dear |*ople of the

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE The Metropolitan band played several Hiller, Mrs. Edward Holder, Mr. an 1 meals consisting of ice cream, cake church and city have contributed to

pieces which added zest to the :Mrs. us in our distress, that it i I. (
William Hocker, Mrs. William and bon boos were served by Misses lujpo l-
occasion. Hon Raymond B. Bullock
LANDS. Anderson Mrs. H. A. Ford, Miss Pasteur, Weathers. Little Emily ble.to writ to each one scptralfclj M

u presided and introduced the speakers I Stolesbury, Miss Louise Gamsby, Ford and Helen Blair. The color we use this mean. of tiprmlng) our

in a most felicitous and happy man Mrs. R. L. Anderson aid Mrs.'! W. L. scheme of the refreshments was gratitude to them all. Words ire _

N .. ner.At Hale studied the costumes:: minutely lavender the cream aud candies to treble to tell of the lave lu our

If have phosphate lands you wish to sell or 9:20 o'clock he introduced Mr. heart to each bo
you any to determine the prize winners. b'ingot this dainty shade. one w baa kiodl/;

lease on royalty communicate with him. John N.C. Stockton, who made his It was decided that Miss MaryLittle i The prize, a lovely cake plate, wes given us material: help aud the help _

tirade against the Times-Union and and Mr. W. Wheeler were cut for by Mrs. Maughs and Miss of sympathetic .'ord*. While our

many of the other newspapers of the the winners of the first prizes while Harris: the last named being for loss was great, H In a oure! of pleasure

state, the Ocala Banner included. Miss Violet Harris as "Sis Hopkins" tunate in winning it. to know that we are levrrh "Inas
Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala Fla
rt He attempted to explain why he :I and Mr. M. J. Roes were awarded Mrs. Little's guest spent a most delightful much aa ye did It uoto tme of Ibe

.. soM the Times Union to Mr. Flagler the second priz s. The souvenirs afternoon. I least uf these my bretheru, ye did It a

but his explanation will not bear were delivered by Mr. Hiller in a brief unto me," sijd Christ It wjw hie

J close t-crutiuy. speech after which several A Narrow Escape. love in your hearts, dear frit&i, bt r
fUsh
SAGA ELIZABETH RABBIS, Local Editor The King's Daughters will jjiv a !: lightpictures

I benefit concert at the Elk's hall Friday I' seems that he borrowed moue 3' of the entire striking and Tuesday afternoon bout four made you feel for us m the hour tour

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN/ evening April 9th, the procfita from Mr. Flagler to the amount of picturesque group were taken. o'clock a horse belonging to J. D.' calamity. Our heart rte touched

to be turned over to the the liana e many thousand! dollars and for the Punch andother refreshments wereserved McDufTy became frightened and ran at the exhibition of your kimlnwi and j

; Parlor cars will be run on the A. C. 'sufferers. payment of which turned him over during the evening and lateron away. The terrified animal quicklybroke we thank you, one and! all, fur the

k ; L. day trains. The best physic Chamberlain property that he admitted was /'IiUk.1,I there was a guessing euuteatI loose from the vehicle to whichhe timely aid given to us lu our lime of
.
ing money at the rate of a thousand I
need. Now s
Each question! had to be answered was attached and ran down the we wish that each 009of
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
.,.....- ,Mr. Arthur J. Doyle, of Jacksonville take; pleasant in eflVet. For Easy sale by to dollars a month and thinks by soit with words forming the monogram of side walk from the Munroe &: Cham- .you may dwell under the tweet r

was in the city Wednesday Antimonopoly Crug Store. in duiu; he paid of!' an honest oblige the guesser's name. This proved to bliss bank to the ,,') totUce. Several smile of the Savior and that Ood'richest e

All the local candidates went to tion. be quite interesting. gentlemen standing on the bank I I I I'leasing may real upon the
r 0 up Mrs. Myra McMillan of Gainerville When Mr. Stockton owned the
dear
,
people of Ocala.e .
The dancing was! continued ultilnearly corner were afraid to move in either
CUm Wednesday to the speaking.
who has been the guest of her paper, Mr. Frank Hawthorne, a republican one o'clock, the guests then direction not knowing which way lh Your in the love of Chin.t,

Mr. Tom Harris returned Tuesday brother, Col. L. P. Miller for the past was its editor. leaving each declaring that they had horse would run so all they could do REV. AND MRS. W. C. LI; DS4Y.

from a ten day's visit to Jacksonville. ten days returned home Wednesday As soon as Mr. Flagler got possessionof the "greatest" time of their lives. was to bold on to the posts which April 19th, 19QJ.

afternoon. it, he put Mr. Wilson in its editorial
--
x Misa Hitler's guests were the following thy did to a finish. As soon an they -
4\ For Pains, aches, coughs, colds, etc emir, and it has been run as a Ft. McCoy Meeting.
t try Turkeween Oil, sold by Tidings Mrs. R. D. Thompson and littlegrandson } : Misses Helen Blair, Emily FqrdMary recovered their breaths they started

:, & Co. James Chase, left Thurs democratic paper ever since, and is a Little, Violet Harris, Georgia ;Q pursuit of the horse All down th Sins Messrs. John P.Galloway and Allan
paper that is a credit to the wholestate. Ii tigere, candidates for aherlfl at -
Dr. W. V. Newsom has purchased a day afternoon for ValdostaUo\ spend a Smith, Valeta Potter, Eulalee and people could be seen risbing *
tended he Fort
I handsome automobile from Mr. E. C. month with Mrs. Thompson's daughter Eloyse Izlar, Johnnie Liddon, Esther into the stores-everybody giving the McCoy meeting led
)Ir. Stockton also said that found about
f Smith. MM. Charles 8.Foley's P.Vell.. money Weathers, Louella Gary, Hattie Dye I animal the right of way. Just at the thirty present nottrlthe *
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was being sent into all portion of the Ir standing the mUaoilf.
rstaodlnff
r about
and Sara; Harris '
t -- ; Messrs. W. 1. postoflice corner a nurse with th
Mr. WilIU Gerow, ef Jacksonville, state to its and IU being called utt*
corrupt voters
aud Tar
Honey contains saysthat
no Wheeler, H. C. Dozier, W. D. Taylor, youug son of Mr. T. W. Troxler very
ti. was in Ocala Wednesday: and stopped opiates, and will not constipate!: linearly ke the legislature ,was corrupted Regrets were expnid tint more of
,:- Stephen Jewetr, H. A. Daniel, E. J. narrowly escaped being run over.
: at the Ocala House. all other cough medi<'ines.Refuse that elected )1 r. T liaferro.He the candidates were not .
substitutes. Pustotlice Drug I Crook, C. L. Andersen, S. E. Hiller The horse struck the go-cart but fortunately present.Those

Remember the base ball game Store. m believes in a word that the legislatures J. H. )Mathews J. H. Workman, E. the nurse with great quick present! bad a good. time.ANNOUNCEMENT .
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of Florida its -
this afternoon between the Jackson )Ir. Duncan Campbell, of the firm newspapersand T. Helveuston, G. H. Fora, J. H. Hess snatched the child up in her

ville and Ocala team of Klein & Campbell, has returned and its voters sale. are all subject to barter Taylor, M. J. Roedd, of Cornell; C. H. Lrmsjust in time to get away from ,

from New York Lloyd, of Holder; A. S. Anderson of the hor&p. The cart was knockedover -
and other
Mrs. Frankie Dell departed yester northern He, although nearly always in At the solicitations of our many
Duuuellon and and all the
; T. H. Harris. contents turned
day for Ocala, where she will spend a markets, where he purchased bummergoods scent for an office is immaculate and satisfied friends with our re 'rteel in
, out on the ticlalk.. The horse waa
few Gainesville Suu. for his store. How to Ward off the past we have decided l t41 become> *
days.- solitary and alone is fighting thepeople's an Attack of Rheumatism. -
finally stopped without having done candidate for the oflta <*t Purrejorin

Mr. C. C. ftawls and his daughter Mr, Wade H. Leahy of Savannah l battles "For any !serious damage. Chief to the family tends of tbli

Mrs. Frank E. Crawford, of Mont division agent of the Atlantic CoastLine He repeated his charge that since years when spring time came and adjoining counties awl l request

his election to the senate SenatorTaliaferro's on and I went into gardening, I ,was The Largest Family in Marion Count}. the support of all democrat and republicans
in Ocala Tuesday in the- and
brook were visiting was city stopped at
sure to have attack before and
an of rheumatism after the primaries. -
the Ocala House. He is accompanied record has been a blank Mr. Allan Rodgers, while on a trip Repe3tfully..tHuIUM.

his and held up a little sheet of paper to and every attack was more severe from Citra to Orange Springs stoppedfor
by private secretary. STHAUM&CO.
Mr. Francis P. Deariug, a pr3mineayoung t than the preceding one Josie .
prove it. ? says a while with lie and Mrs Wesley 4 19 Ct Wboleal 11'lilrh'y Utraletr.

man of Jacksonville, was )Irs. Cbas. A. Xaray of North After the conclusion! of Mr. Stock McDonald, of Man, Logan county, Hall, who are father and mother of ---- ,---

registered at the Ocala House Wedne : Wilmington, Mas*., who owns considerable ton's remarks Hon. C. l[. Brown entertained West Va. "I tried everything withno sixteen children, two of whom are Lieutenant Anderson

:;day __ __ relief whatever until! I purchased At the of the .
O le
property in this county, is the audience in a twenty dead and fourteen living, eleven girls: meeting hitter
Messrs. J. II. Wells: of Jacksonville a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm Tuesday Mr. Cllllord I. ,
Aao
minutes
>
here on a visit. Mrs. Xaray is a. speech which was well re and three boys.Mr. r on
vnd F. 0 Lirnbert, of Atlanta, of the and the first application elected second
sister of the late Mrs. Estle of ceived. gave me ease Hall will vote for Allan for was: tKit4at sod

Singer Sewing Machine Company: Romeo. He took up some of )Ir. Davis' and before the first bottle was used I sheriff, while the rest of the family Seeoad Lieutenant Grkftfft weapra ...

are in the city. anecdotes and turned them felt like a new person. Now I feel noted to tint ItaitetMtit, vk. lku. >
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Pons and family against will help his cause by speaking good
that that I am cured, but I always keep tenant Roberta reylgned.n .
Mrs A. P. Dodge of West Acton gentleman a words for him.A.customer .
who have been living ia Ocala for +
Mass, who has been spending the Governor Jennings and Mr. Brow bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in
some months pat, left Tuesday for Mr. and Mr" Colboru 0( )
the of ours who hid bee fiehig tlt
ard took house, and when I feel
next
winter in Ocala at the Central Hotel possession of the platform any symptoms
their old home Jacksonville, where and of a return I soon drive it away suffering from a severe cough for six City, Ind., who have abut a portion
left Tuesday for home. spoke along the same tin
they will reside hereafter.Mr. eswith one or two applications of this months bought two bottles of Chamberlain's of the winter and spring ia 0 *1. left

Mr.T. B. Lauier, registration officer as in their former speeches in this cit y. liniment. For sale by Antimonopoly Cough Remedy from us and Tuesday for their home. 11'latk. here

was in the city Wed Fakes who Drug Store. was cured and half .
of Lake county, Slayden .! has been Makes a Clean Sweep. m entirely by one a they stopped with Mr. a&d Mr.
nesday. He says 'tis safe to put Lakein spending several months in Ocala : bottles of it. It gives perfect satisfaction
There is nothing like doing a thing Zewadikion Fort King aveoae. They '
Miss Stotesbury Entertains. with our trade. Haynes 4
the Jennings column. superintending the work on the place : thoroughly. Of all the salves
you are regular .winter vUlten tre
wad
I The Married Ladies Card Club Parker &: Co., Lineville, Ala. For
ly Mr. W. D. Condon who has been of his father, Dr. Fakes near town.left I ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salveis was sale by Antimonopoly Drug Store m are always welcome.

quite sick for some time is able to be Tuesday for his home at Asheville) the best. It sweeps away and curei entertained Wednesday- afternoon by

r and C. burns, sores, bruises, cuts, toils, ulcers Miss Emily Stotesbury. She was E. C. Smith, of Ocala, manager of The reading club met with Mfee
the streets again rapidly IS.
on
skin eruptions and pyles. It is
( only assisted in entertaining her guests: by the Ocala Furniture Company of Sara T'ioet! Harris Tu* 4ay after
regaining his strength. I )Ir. Edward Hooper, who bas been 25c. and guaranteed to give satisfaction
I her sister
& Co. Mrs. H. A. Ford, and the which the New Home sewing noon and it was a particularly piece
by Tydings drugfists. m
make baskets. at once residing in St. Louis for several
i WANTED-Boys to years, -- meeting was in every way a particularly machine agency in this city is a ant meeting. The, trading of 1M.sing'd .
.
Fla. 3-iStf
Ocala Manufacturing Co. Ocala
is in the city and will spend several Where the purest air is found is told pleasant
one. "
I branch, was among the, business "Sathall the \V_ w* ouu-
FOR SALE-A large horse suitable for farm weeks with his sister Jets J. M.
in "Care of Invalids" issued The first
the'I
by prize
a
eluded
work. Inquire at Steam Laundry. 3-18 I' centerpiece, was visitors to Gainesville yesterday L. and current event were dhl-

. i o'TJU5everal industrious persons in )Ioor head. Mr. Hooper has veen 'I medical department of the MutualLife won by Mrs. C. L. Gamsby, and the 0:Jliller i3 the local manager here. cug ed. The club inetfc Bit creek -

) each state and to with travel a for large house capital established to call elevenyears upon ill for some time and is here to re- ] Insurance Company, of New booby prize, a gold stick pin, was: Mr. Smith is not only one of the most with Mrs. J. J. Gerig when \VJUu.l

merchants line.and Permanent agents for engagement.succeesful and Weekly profitable cuperate. He has been in Jacksonville York, and sent on request to those awarded to Mr*. F. T. Schrieber. successful business men in the state and Bach will be studied.

cash of $ and .11 traveling for some time with his sister who address .
and hotel Mlarv bills 24 advanced in cash each expense week. the home office of the ( Miss Stotesbury's guests included bat one of the cleverest, and makes ---- ---

ana Experience enclose not stlf es>addressed s ntial. Mention envelope.reference The I Miss Nellie Hooper, who went to St. !. company, Nassau, Cedar William j I the members of the slab and Miss friends wherever he goGaipes.: FOlEY IIONEYA.-mTAR

ys Mtional.332 Dearborn street Chicago._ Louisand brought him to that city. and Liberty streets, New York City. Louise Gamsby and Miss; Edith Pia It. ville Sun. .gto..tbe C b and haab lune, "



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=:. .: {" *.**..*.*>....>. ......*. POOSER.Died STATE COLLEGE IT MS. B LI TC ii TON. Over.vork"caken

; p AXXOUXCEMEXTS. Spring humors I"1 !

,; ........................ Your I Kidneys.
March 3th Wee wee, youngest child oi t Tallahassee, Fla., April 14, 1904. The farmers are hustling to clean
; FOR :;SHERIFF hereby announce myself candidate Come to cost people and cause many ]. A and A.. P. Pooser,' age n months and 9 --

;; for'the office of sheriff of Marion county troubles,-pimples, boils and other days. Today is our darlings birthday.A Special correspondence Ocal t Banner. their crops of grass. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure, Blool

: subject to the action ot the democrrti primary.If eruptions, besides loss of appetite, year of sweets, a little year. We are very sorry to hear of the There ia some vegetables being
nominated and elected I promise to perform That vanishes with our darling's breath: All the blood In your body paase wtfh
t .the duties of said office to the best of my ability, that tired feeling, fit& of biliousness, So strange doth not yet appear serious accident which happened at shipped from this place. your kidneys once every three ""*.....

HENRY CORDON. Indigestion and headache.The What is the blessings hid in death. Sutherland on April 5. It is very for. Mr. G. M. Richard opening up his _. s r< The Warn wjtar
..S blood piflfieri thy ....
sooner one gets rid of them the 0 shining brow aud golden hair tunate, however, that Dr. Walker stock of goods and occupying his new 'J j ter out fa WHM Of
FOR REPRESENTATIVE. .
t better, and the way to get rid of them And eyes that looked beyond the blue; impurities tad* Meet
has recovered. Last in the
{ To Vu Democratic Voter f.of Marian county, Sunday store house.
Dear face that grew from fair to far, I If tlHjrareatoiterotfcf
and to build the that has
system
Flvrldt1.it up
The same,yet always somthing new. Meibodist: church of this city resolutions There is some sickness in this com S. order, they fail tod.
I hereby annouac ;m sell a candi.1ate2forthe Buffered from them is to takeflood's their work.

r ; legislature from Marioa 'county subject Jto the A sweeter dream who ever dreamed of condolence were preparedand munity. Paine, achean4Hiet-

democratic primary, Hiid sulicit the oft' Than came with her soft lips to ours?
i. support
Sarsaparillaand read, and copies were sent to Mr. Ed Price, Willi&tou, was the matum come from ex
.: my democratic friends. Blent with her life our being seemed cessoturkacidinthe5

CARLOS L.SISTRUNK, Pills Drowned in the glowing soul of flowers. him at his home. guest. of Mr. and Mrs. Saudi fer on --. ---- Moed due to aefiecte4

These ashes few, this little dust There was a considerable fire hereat Tuesday. kidney trouble.
::, Forming iu combination the Spring Father's shall Kidney trouble causes quick or
IJFoa SHERIFF I respectfully announce my Our care keep. unsteii'y
the colored normal the llth
on Messr Wever &. Holder of Ocala
,
. candidacy for sheriff. If eleted I promise to Medicine par excellence, cf unequalled] Till the last angel rise and break heart; beats, and makes OM feel M thonfR

i :- discharge the duties of the office faithfully, impartially strength in purifying the blood as The long anp peaceful sleep. in&t. One of their principal buildingswas was in our community gathering up they had heart trouble beowiui the heart ia

and to the veryjbes of rnyjability. shown by unequalled radical and News and Courier of Charleston please copy. completely destroyed. This hogs last week. over-working in pumping thick ktdaey-
.L. S\IOAK. permanent poisoned blood throufh vein and snsr.
] .cures of FORT McCOY. school for the last few years, has Mr. E. Wever, of this place, called (It used to be considered that only wnsrytro.ibles

at Montbrook Monday business. were to be traced to the ktdaeyt.
. .. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF BOARD OF PCBLIC Scrofula Salt' Rheum been accomplishing a splendid work,
but now modern science that
" columns of the The Blitchtou school closes Tuesday proves nearly

: ISSTll.UCTros-Throughfthe Banner I ask the support of the citizens of Scald Head Bolls, PimplesAll Road Overseer Henry MtQuaig ia i iI I and it will be a good while, possibly, April 26. all] constitutional diaeaaea have their bss.
Kinds of Humor Psoriasis ning in kidney trouble.
1 :, :Marion county for the nomination of county kept busy repairing public roads and before they fully recover from this Dr. Blitch was in OoaU Monday.A if yc u are sick you can make no Ift1ItIkt
Superintendent of Public(Instruction. I wish Blood Poisoning Rheumatism
I' thank them for favors and if reelectedI bridges/ which he is putting in better accident. by first doctoring your kidney The flllt4
to past Catarrh Dyspepsia, Etc
; and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer
shaU make everyeftort to improve the schools Accept no substitute, but be sure to condition than they ever have been.: Mr. Richard Van Brunt the gen- Boost for Floyd. Swamp-Root. the great kidney remedy U

: :- along all lines. Respectfully.W. D. CARXFOR get Hood's, and get it today Mr. Tom Cooper, of Fltmington: tleman who was connected with the McIntosh, Fla., April 19, 190-1. soon realized. It stands the highest for tea

To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. wonderful cures of the most distressing""
was here last week working in the Ocala High Scool two years ago, is
: and is sold IU
I have on
that
TAX ASSESSOR-Believing Allow me in valuable
II filled the office of Tax Assessor to the satisfaction SPARKLES FROM SP4RR. interest of Senator Taliaferro b be now at his home in this city. He is space your by all druggists
-- to I Lave been to one political cent and .[
ot most people and [knowing th8am paper say
re.elected to the United States senate. in the race for county superintendentfor
now qualified and equipped to do the work as speaking and heard the different es. You may
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well as any one I respectfully ask the voters of Farmers and the laboring class are Leon county. Mr. Van Brunt has sample bottle by mail II...... of..........
: Marion county for a re-nomination on the loth Sparrcan brag of more new build. candidates express themselves on free. also pamphlet telling you how to find
complaining that the primary is on at been, for several years, a very successful out if have kidney or bladder trouble.
; of May. ALFRED AVER.FOR lugs and more good new comers than the issues of the day. Thecandidates you
. the wrong time of the year as it is teacher in the state, and we wish Mention this paper when writing Dr.1 Kiemct
: any other small towa in the couaty. for legislative honors have come k Co., Binghamton N. Y.
want to represent
THE LEGISLATURE their time and do
busy they not get him success in his present coute&t.:
Marion county in the next legislature and to Among the new neighbors are Mr. over on the right side at last, and ---- -' -

;. that end solicit the vote of all democratic citi- to hear the candidates discuss the We fed sure that he will accomplisha
Lee Grantham, J. P., from Ft. McCoy they all themselves inl} favor
Zeus at the coming primaries. different issues of the day. splendid work for the schools of express It Will

.( JOHN B. FLOYD. who is comfortably located just of "no fence" in districts. Hon.
I The writer had the pleasure of Leon county.
south of Luffmau Bros.' in the I
FOR. COLLECTOR announce my candidacy store John B. Floyd came out on tliUJisrfue
listening: to the county candidates at The normal school which i.s being
forjthe office of tax collector foil| Manonjcounty::! va1ty. Mr. Granthaiu is a hustler two and candidatewas Pay You !
years: ago every
subject to the action of the cputyat Anthony last Friday evening and conducted here, has recently] receivedquite I
the.primary to be held May 10. and is improving his plAce beauti i against him then.Vfoj ? Because -
- E. L. CARNEY.FOR was pleased: to see the considerate and a number of uew student
fully. I they thought Floyd could uot You have HmMstat.
genteel manner in which competitors All is now in good woikiug order, IP any
: THE LEGISLATURE hereby announce Mr. Robt. Stevens, of Flemiugtou, I win on such an unpopular] issue: as I to sell,
-, my candidacy lor member of the legislature treated each other. It is hoped that and the students are diligently at
i S from Marion county!subject to theaction of the is located just opposite the depot, that. John B. Floyd made his campaign -
the whole will be conductedin
canvass their business. A better opportauity OH
democratic primary to be held May :o. I himself, wife am) baby constitute an tour over the county making
CEO. G.. MATHEWS. I this nice, courteous manner. for the teachers of this state than is
I excellent family.Mr. his speech and sticking to his plat You'rethinking of .......1
of J. W Stevens, district registration now being offered by the Florida IF
The friends J.C. :
FOR TAX ASSESSOR many Isaac Matchett from Orange form. Now, I wish to say that all to Florida for a l Iwnw.
Mathews throughout the county, recognizing officer of his ditrict, claims the State College caunot be found ; and
'S S his worth and ability, hereby present hisS Springs, is engtged in the trucking honor should be given to Floyd. He S
name to Undemocratic voters 01 Marion countyfor henor of registering the tallest, the the' fact that so* many are availing OK
and farming business with his father-
has been honest and true to principleand
the nomination for tax assessor in the approaching shortest
and heaviest men in the
themselves of this excellent
I primary election in-law, Mr. W. D. Emonizer.Mr. opportunity right, even with the candidatesall You desire to inytt f in H1

MANY CITIZESS.Foil. 'county. The tallest, Mr. Hough, of is a sure sign of a future revi- IF kind of Florida property,
J. W. Colbert and son, Mr. Jay talking against him. Because
COUNTY JCDGE-I hereby announce my Daisy, six feet two inches,; the short- val in school interests throughout our
Colbert, are located two miles west of these fellows thought it made them
canaidacy for re-election to the otfice of county est, Frank Thomas, of Pine, four feet state. TO SEE

judge,subject to the:action of the democratic depot on the famous Owens plantationand votes even saying John B. Floyd wasa
six inches; the heaviest, the Colonel had OR WHITE
Before this the College
to be held May 10,1904. year,
primary
S S extensively engaged in trucking.All "crank" and such a law would ruin
ROBERT BULLOCK. A Felder Lang! of Dexter: three never possessed such a vigorous

FoR. COUNTY TREASURER.-If in the judgment the vegetables are looking hundred aud twenty pounds, and on spirit in athletics as she now has.! the country. Now, they have taken

of the (people of Marion county I have promising and with favorable seasons not only this issue "no fence," but. J. H.lIVmGn H & SONS H
the 10th of there will be
May some
faithfully and befittingly discharged the dutiesof Her football record is as good as that I ,
Sparr will ship her share ol haw embodied in their platforms his
county treasurer I respectfully ask their support tall voting done at this place.
of any other college in the south and, OCALA. FLORIDA.IT'S .
in the approaching democratic primary- truck. I views oil other things, viz: "The
S The tine rain that fell a week is
ago in better. Her football
THOS. E. PASTECR. __ some cases -
Chairman Walter Luffman and vagrancy: law," "uniform text school
: FOR CLEKK CIRCUIT COURT.-I hereby announce about gone and crops are needingrain and baseball teams have played
Secretary Lee Graham, with the books tax etc.
"compulsory poll
candidacy for re-election to the office ,
my again.
with several of the larger col.
S of clerk of the circuit court subject to the other members of the democraticclub games and have made no new issues. JohnB. S

action of the democratic voters at the primary The Wilson Cypress Company have leges of Georgia and Alabama. Two
took in the speaking at Anthony W.ZH
election to be held May 10, 1904. I take this opportunity about completed the laving of iron on of baseball have been played Floyd's platform put m our
games
to thank those who have supported and report a very pleasant county six weeks before
papers any
me in the past, and trust my record in the of- ti their road from Log Landing to between the Stetson University and FOR

fice has been such as to enable them to vote for e.Mrs. Redding Swamp, and will soon be the Florida State College this season. other candidate. Now, to give my

i me again. S. T. SISTRUSK, Burton still remains very sick opinion it would be a shame on the
S _____ cutting and skidding logs out for
The first played at DeLand
was on
Fon SHEPIFF hereby announce myself a and has the sympathy of the entire This will good people of Marion to let FJo)d be
shipment. industry give
March 15 and resulted in of
candidate for the office cf Sheriff of Marion a score
community.Capt. .
defeated. So if ;you vote for either of YOU !
county subject to the democratic primaries to Charles employment to a great many laborers 3 to 2 in favor of the Florida State
'- be held on the loth of May next, and respectfully Thomas, of Tine near the the other gentlemen Floyd should be
as soou as they get out timber
solicit the support of all the democratic here, still is very low but lat reportsare College. The other was played in
with him, for I do believe in honest
from this will
:, voters of Marion county. Respectfully, swamp. They extend Tallahassee last Saturday, and the
JOHN P. GALLOWAY. hopeful of his lecovery. The the road nearly three miles furtherto principles and now Floyd was defeated -
S former score was exactly reversed.On DRIN} 1'
.: Fou MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD-I respectfully entire country is very anxious for what is known as Big Swamp, two years ago for his bravery and dtI
the 16 of this month the College
candidate for reelectionas
announce myself a Mr. Thomas
; recovery. honesty in sticking to what was right,
a member of the Board of Public Instructionfor where they have another body ofcypress. team will play a with Mercerin
)lr Gussie game "
Marion county from the Third District subject McRae and baby with think against sure defeat, I do not think a
They it will take
to the action of the Jprima.-y election to be her brother, Clarence Boyles of Ft. Macon. This will about close the
should have the
single man glory
: held May in. 1904. B. R. BLI1 CH. them five years to get all this timberout season with the Florida State College. tLN
McCoy, was visiting Mrs. Lee Graham .
now of what was shouldered by said
and to their mill Palatka.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INS arc near G. B. DAVIS.

S TION.I announce myself a candidate lor here Saturday and Sunday and Wet sorry to report that Capt. Floyd and still advocated: by him.

county superintendent of public instructi ,n of al!. my say ,
Chas. Thomas
Marion county subject to the democratic primary is still very low with STENOGRAPHER

of May to. If elected I shall work lot thebest McCoy i is visiting here. but very little hope of his recovery. office in (/om- it would be a shame on this county to

-S interests of the schools and county. Quite a number of our voters are m rial bank. Your work in the
let John B. Floyd drop, and take
Respectfully D. R. ZETROUE* Quite a number of the voters here GREAT! f

S Central Fla. Smoaking and say they intend to are somewhat indignant at the action above lines solicited. Speed! and accuracy men who have: jumped on his plat- I
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FOR ask the Smoak out all other candidates for guaranteed. form. If read bis
CoMMISSIoNER.hereby support of some of the Eureka people for you platform HEALTH DRINK
of the democratic voters of the 5th district t
sheriff and Mr. Allan
Stephens Miss B N
says SINCLAIR. written two will find
years ago, you
and
for my election as a member of the board of having a picnic inviting the ,

connty commissiouers, and will if elected do he has been Sm&aking all the while county candidates on the 9th thereby Floyd has not changed but has the

S my duty as a representative of the entire and intends to be a red hot blaze IRVINE ITEMS. '.
on same. All honor to brave old Floyd ,
county. W. D. BOBBITT. forestalling the meeting that was ..
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S S FOR CoM ISSIOSER.-I hereby announce myself election day.Mr. appointed by the campaign committee though the other candidates have 4 t.

a candidate for re election as member of J.V.. Luflman ha recovered George Crisman and Miss May taken platform because "IN
for this place on the 19th, Their your they I[ G GOOD OLDSUMMER
the board of county commissioners and hope from his runaway with the mule Sberouse were quietly married herea
that my past record in this capacity is such that grey meeting confused both the people think it a winner. This timt we I

the\otersef the second district can support me but his conversation is such that he day or two since. Happiness attend
and the candidates, some thinkingthat I hope to place you safely in the fist
at the to be held
primary May 10. them.
S H. W. LONG. convinces us that he will not be the time and place was changed. dash. FAIRI'LAY. [ TlML"

guilty of riding behind the mule any Our Sunday school is growing under I It

: FOR COUNTY CO\l\lISSloSER.-District N.>. 3. more. Owing to the heavy rain that fell on the joint supervision of Dr. Davis and Special Notice. II

S S I commissioner hereby announce trom commissioner's my candidacy district for county No. Mr. Allen Stephens wears a broad the morning of the Eureka meetingbut Mr. Jones. The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. I

3, Marion county, subject to the action of the : few of the voters were present to The G. & G. Mr. Brockman Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat
agent,
smile the the ,
arrival
democrrtic primary of May so, I9Ot. i cause of a fine greet the candidates.Mr. surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday t

; S. R. PYLES.FOR boy. Allen's face is most six inches has been quite sick with chills and
28th Montezuma
April Hotel. i
I A. W. Hinson, of this place,
fever.
COMMISSIONER hereby announce my wider. has sold out his stock of goods to P. The pay car of the A. C. L. railwaywas .1
; candidacy for commissioner from the fifth We have two or three old We are glad to learn that Mrs.
Billy
: district of Marion county subject to the faction U. Milligan, of Eureka. in Ocala Wednesday afternoonand
ofthe democratic goats around here and lots John B.. Floyd is convalscent.
election of
pnm try to be] held old f
J 8. Grantham, the postmaster, this way of paying ott has been .
May loth, 1904. L. T. HICKSOX. patched fence. Will Everything is in a whirl over the "
up please
-S you here keeps adding to his stock of general resumed instead of the check system !
FOR SURVEYOR hereby announce myself a send us Floyd to clean 'em We uumeRius picnics on all sides of us,
candidate for the office of up. merchandise and is doing a nice that bas been in vogue for some time
L county surveyor need neither the we regret there will be none at Irvine. M
subject to the action of the democratic primary goats nor the fence. little business. psst. Messrs. :McClamrock and Glasa ETTO is a delicious .

: to be held May loth,1904. w.A. MOOREBEAD. We think that when a man has Seed Velvet Beans For Sale. The other places got the bulge on us, were in the car. .

S FOR COUNTY CO\l\lISSIOsER.-Feetiog' that I held one office sixteen years or more Those desiring fine velvet beans for but we hope to make up next time. beverage made

SS Ian satisfactorily represent as commissioner the he should be asked to go away back planting purposes will do well to call W. D. Shepard, clerking for the FO{ y'a Kidney Cure makes Kidneysand from ripe Saw
Palmetto
district the board of .
5; 5th on county commission. bladder right. Refuse
and sit down. at J. A. Pooser's store at once. One Crate Company, has just returned substitutes.
I
; ers hereby announce my candidacy for that

position subject to the coming primary.C. The eloquent speech made by Mr. hundred bushels will be sold at $2.25 from a business trip in the interest of Postoffice Drug Store. m Berries. Absolutely free

bushels.
\\\ TURNER. per

.5 Carlos L. Sistrunk at Anthony and S. R. PYLES. his company.Mrs. Mr. Pelot Withdraws. from harmful drugs. Metto F
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONED 2d DISTRICT. the way he has always conducted McKfcver is stopping a few I wish to announce to my friends

The Flemtngton Democratic Club respectfully The Case of Sam
Clyatt with her sister Mrs. aud democratic voters Marion stimulates the Liver
present to the democratic voters of the second himself is winning him many votes Mr. Samuel Clyatt a turpentine days Dr. Davis. ,

.: commissioners' district the name 01 Mr. V. P. and we will be glad to county that I have withdrawn from
r see such operator, was convicted some time flushes the Kidneys acts
Smith for county commissioner for said district County Commissioners.A the sheriff's ,
race. My reason for
and asks their support for him in the primary. i Marion county self made young men ago in Judge Swayne's court on a doing

'S IL M. SUEROUSE, Chairman. i represent us in the next legislature. charge of violating the law. test case has been instituted before so is I am not well enough known to directly on the Bhddir.

S Flemington, Fla. peonage i Judge Call and he will hear the case be elected. I wish to thank the
In his defense Mr. Clyatt has exhaus- peo- Makes the :
S Cures on Thursday April 22, and decide ple where I have organs per- -
FOR REPRESENTATIVE:: hereby submit my Coughs and Colds. canvassed for their
ted all of his large means and the
-S name to the democratic voters of Marion whether county commissioners in the kindness form
their
Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., Topeka ana hospitality for me. functions in a
county for their consideration as one of therepresentatives Industrial[ Record of Jacksonville, is -
5, from this county in the next Kansas, says: "Of all cough primaries) are to be voted for by dIStricts Yours truly,
calling on the turpentine natural I
operators
S legislature. Primary to be held May toUt; 1904. remedies Ballard's Horehound or the whole body of the coun- J. FRANK PELOT. way thereby:
Syrupis .
I ED. L. WARTMANJi. throughout the state and all others _

my favorite; it has done and will interested to go to Mr. Clyatt's rescue ty. _ The candidates were 'at Anthonyin keeping the system in a ,a 1)

: do all that is claimed for it, to speedily Sheaf Oats Wanted.
S Study at Home'! all and aid him in securing the best force Friday night.goes without perfect and '
healthy
cure and
coughs colds and it is Will buy 10,000 pounds of oats in con
S Learn mare, tad you legal talent in the country to defend saying that they were treated royally.fOlEYSIIOffiYANDl'AB. ':.
5'. earn more. With the Tablet Home Study Lessons you need not sqsweet and pleasant to the taste." bundle at market price.PALMETTO dition. .
leave borne or employment to lean Bookkeeping.A'ithmedc. 25c. his suit in the United : : : : : : _
Algebra Geometry Gnmnur.Rhetoric, Literature. History.Physic 50c. and II. Anti.monopoly States supreme PARK FARM, ;
S *.Latin etc. Teachers aided to pass eumiutioBS.8,".
5- <*uucu. OicuUn&ea 4W2rC5i.LIJUU1!,niitti I K, Drug Store. m. oort. Ocala, Fla. *ton.the covgh and heals lunlir. : -

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VOL. JLXXVII, vo 40 OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 22 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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Quietly Married. Montgomery Cooperage

Miss Marcella Pons, of this city As alrealy: stated iu these

and Mr. William A. Hughey, of the Montgomery Cooperage
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR I
Jacksonville, were united in marriageat is now an indtpendant ( )
!
eleven o'clock Monday morning at having severed its

the home of the bride's parents on.j the Union Cooperate I:

South Fourth street. all other similar organizations.The (

Yq. The marriage was a very quiet one, factory in this city

being witnessed by only few friends been idle for the past two ,

and neighbors. The bride was very shortly begin operations

pretty in her wedding gown of white will have fifteen or

\ I swiss, beautifully trimmed with steadily at work.

-, lace. She carried an exquisite bou The headquarters! of the

quet of brides roses, carnations and is at Montgomery and has

; maiden hair ferns. The marriage i| at Andalusia, Ala.,

hG ceremony was performed by the Rev. Ocala and other places.

Father Bottolascio, of the Catholic The company has hard

: b4KIMG church aud the attendants were Mr. enough in Alabama alone

Frank Pons and Miss Theo Pons. in timber for the next fire

After the ceremony a wedding) under the new organization

lunch was served:! and the happy the largest turpentine

POWDERAbsolutely young couple warmly congratulated.Mr. this elate became

and Mrs. Hughey left on the I and it is a very strong
Pure i.:
north bound train for a short wedding 1 Mr. C. W. Joseph,

trip, after which they will live Montezuma hotel, and Mr. .
IT/SA MATTER HEALTH
in Jacksonville, where the groom is I Clark are connected with the
I
connected with the Jacksonville Terminal and it was largely through

) Company. that the new
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SABA ELIZABETH HASBIS Local Editor I L'upt. W B. Denbam,of Savannah brought about.A ,
Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
superintendent of the Atlantic Coast
i I Immediately relieves hoarse,croupy disordered: sto.-uach may
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.I Line, was a prominent visitor to coughs, oppressed, rattling aad rasp- end ot trouble. When the

i Ocala Friday. ing breathing Henry C. Stearns, i fails to perform its functions

Mr. Bon Adams lias gone to Jacksonville Few flowers have druggist, Shullsburg, Wis., writes, I bowels become deranged,
: a more sightly
short visit I May 30, 1901: "I have been selling and kidneys congested,
for a II I bloom thau the Spanish. bayonet. merous diseases, the most
_--____ I Ballard's Horehound Syrup: for two
:Medicated Salt Brick tor stock.OcalaSeed j Hundreds of them are now in bloom years, and have never had a preparation which are painless and

store, Sole Agents. and they look very pretty. that has given better satisfaction. more to be dreaded. The
I I I notice that when I sell a bottle they 1 thing is to restore the
Mr. arid Mrs. Edward Holder are at
Dr. W. C. Flake, of Memphis, I come back for more. I can honestly I liver to a healthy condition.
the Ocala House. $1.00.1 this purpose no better '
recommend il. 2oc. 50c. and
T l1n., a prominent young dentist of
Antimonopoly Drug Store. m can be used than
Mr. John M lhew flint :Sunday that city, spent Sunday with friends Stomach and Liver :\ : '

with friends at Lake Weir in Ocala. Dance and German at the Armory. bale by Antimonopoly Drug

A baby! girl has arrived at the home We use only pure drugs m compounding The armory Friday night was the Organized Labor :

uf Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Hendry.Mr. prescriptions, and we don'Use seen of a very delightful informal Mr. R. L. Harper, general
the druss that are "almost the t
;
r society event, the occasion being a American Federation of i
[ AlirK Inglis, on of Cnpt. John ".ini > thing" as the physician pre .
dance and German.A .
.. gauized three labor unions
scribes. Our rule ia never to substi
r- L. InglU, spent Monday in Ocala. program dance of eight numbersand
tute. Tydiogj&Co.
I I city Friday night, viz:
ditlVrent ice one extra was danced before the I I Amalgamated Wood
Wagons from two Mi. J. M. Me Arthur, who came

1 factories show that Ocala is /;;roAitgapace. down Saturday afternoon from intermission, Prof. L. Goodsell and I Carpenters and Joiners I

Gainesville for a short visit to bis Prof. L. Fishel, our popular violinistand I graphical union.

pia uist,furnishing the splendid i Mr. Simeon Lummis I
is
and of friend, Mr. Harry Izlar, returned
t 1 Mr. aud )ln Abrams -on, I
Pennsylvania, are visiting Mr. and home Monday afternoon. 'music. and Robt. C. Miller j
During the intermission deliciousnut : treasury of the
.
H. A. Faucett.
Mrs and Mrs. F. A. Teague and cream and cake was served, after ; and the following are the

;: O:ala's second Hale of blooded stock family and :Mr. S. W. Teague return- which a "break German" was enjoyed I II I viz: P. H. Gillen, Louis

t f .'\ was a conspieicuoa success Blood ed Monday from Lake Weir after a until midnight. This form of the I I Corley, Win. E' Neifcon, t'I

r'; will tell.-Times-Union. short visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. W. German is something near here and Sparkman, W. C.

. .. Teague, sr.
it proved to be most
popular. There Landers, Clair A. Short, J. H
t.t Mr. C.8. Cullen returned -atuiday Mrs. W. L. Hale and children, of were eight figures led by Messrs. min, R. L. Harper.A .

from a business visit to Jacksonville .Louisville, and Mrs. Stevens and Wheeler, Hiller,Jewett, Watson,Jno.
t Thoughtful Man.
and Savannah.Mrs. little daughter, of Mayfield Ky. returned Taylor, Anderson and Dr. Dozier,and
.- :\1. M. Austin, of '
E. F. Mann, and her daughter, to Ocala Monday from a visit the "breaks" when the whistle blew knew what to do in the hour

Miss Ola Mann, of Fernaudiua, are to relatives al Dade Ci I y.Mr. was great fun. His wife had such an unusual il : I II

t" visiting friends in this city. Those whow ere present Friday night stomach and liver trouble, I
Judge W. S. Bullock and Mr. E.
1 were the following: Mr. and Mrs could not help her. He i
The surest and safest remedy for W. Davis went down to Brooksville and tried Dr. king's New I
F. L. Watson, Misses Helen Blair,
kidney and bladder diseases i la Foley's Monday to bold the spring term of and she got relief at once : : I
Postofliee Drug Sture. Valetta Potter, Esther Weathers,
Cure. m cured.
Kidney the circuit court. States Attorney finally Only 25e. at E : : |
Hattie Dye, Emily Ford, Sara Harris, & Co. : !
'ft' Mrs.!: G. T. Maughs has returned I Il X. M. Allred went down Sunday : I
Violet Harris, Mona Hiller and
l from a week's visit to friends in afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Lindsay : ; >
Messrs. S. E. Hiller, O. B. Howse, j
.. Jacksonville. -- Dr.and Mrs. W. C. ; : .
%
j June Teacher Examination. Stephen Jewett, H. A. Daniel, M. J.
their family are now
E Mrs. T. H. Johnson aud daughter For review secure "Answers to ROtS3, J. H. Taylor, Howard Clark, es :: ;
I Connor house on Earl "
returned Monday from a short visit to Florida Teachers' Examinations 1894- C. L. Anderson, W. T. Wheeler, EC.1ti'elsh .
from Mr.Jake
IT Mr. Johuson at Lakeland Ot": Nothing like it published before. G. H. Ford and ur. H. C. Gerig's i \
t Over 200 pages Only |1, mailed 51.10. Dozier. ing moved into the same: : : I:

r Mrs. W. V. Xewaoiu: and children Order at once from compiler, A 1. H. The many friends of Dr. :
i
have returned from a visit to Mr*. Foster, Supt. Clayton Co., schools, Base Ball. Lindsay gave them a
i 523-524 Century Bldg., Atlanta Ga.m
i Sewsom's sister, Mrs. J. B. Hiers.Mrs. The tie game between the "Ocala day afternoon at their i

. : Mr. Abe Brown is bavins; hU home Rooster-j" m Barnes captain and I A great many valuable
G. D. Smith, of \\ aShlDgton, !
" & on South Fifth street painted and the "Third I Ward Lambs"Harry cluding furniture, groceries,
f who has been the guest of Mrs gO
D. C.
fi several additions made and i is building Cole captain-was played off Satur apparel, etc., ware give to !
Mclver for several weeks, has
E.
F D. a new fence around it. When day and resulted in favor of the I replace their loses at the fire ,

.j .. returned home.- completed it will present a handsome Roosters at the easy tune of 11 to 6. destroyed their home last \V

'! Under the Sequent! and persuave appearance. The following is a line up of the two A Dreadful Attack of

of ltr. Wharton interest in teams:
L preaching Mw.! Abe Berlack, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Edwin Harmon, of
4 the Baptist revival continues. formerly of Ocala, entertained inmost a ROOSTERS. LAMBS. Avenue, Kansas City, Mo.,
t Pat Mize c Cecil LoLng follows: "Our two ,
beautiful manner the Jewish
Foley'a Kidney Cure if taken in Marion Pelot p Adolph Dame severe attack of whooping 1
time affords security from all kidney League of the former city last Tues Tom Barnes Ib Otto Lohrig of them in the proxysm of ,

and bladder diseases. Postoflice day afternoon at the home of her Heron Todd 2b Lang Goodyear would faint and bleed at

Drug Store. m mother, Mrs. Lederer. Edwin Spencer 3b Dan Cappleman We tried everything we ever i j
Harvey Bishop ss Ralph Robinson without getting -relief.

A postal card received from Dr. E. Mr. and Mrs. David S. Woodrow, Edwin Reardon rf Harry Cole called in our family doctor
announced that Lawton Bailey If Paul Gates scribed
Van Hood Sunday little Miss.Blair Woodrow and their Foley's Bony and
he was enjoying the sights of Con Lovick Miller cf Harry Close. the very first dose they began
guests, Misses Sara and Violet Harris,
prove and we fell that it
stantinople. Health is Youth. Disease and Sickness
Mr. Stephen Jewett and Dr.V.. H. their lives. Refuse .

Mrs. A. E. Delouest has gone to Powers returned Monday from a short Bring: Old Age. office Drug Store.

visit to Blairvilla at Eastlake Weir. Herbine taken before
Ranssalaer, Indiana, having been every morning Mr. Bernard Seligman, of
breakfast will keep you in robust i
called there by the illness of her bus, Ga., a prominent .
Walter Hawkins,jr., the young son health, fit you to ward off disease It s.
mother. of Mr. and Mrs.Valter Hawkins, of cures constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia chant of that city, arrived .

The prettiest and most uptodateline Jacksonville, fell from a tree Saturday fever, kin, liver and kidney Sunday afternoon to spend *
of box paper for ladies' correspoudeuce complaint. It purifies the blood and days with friends here. He
be bad at Tydings & I I afternoon in front of his home
can clears the complexion. Mrs. D. W '
t ping at the Ocala House.
Company's and the prices are reasonable striking on the brick pavement. At; I Smith, Whitney, Texas, writes April ,

too. first it was feared that he was seriously 3,1902:!: "I have used Heroine, and Mrs. Adam Eichelberger, ."

Mrs. E. H.Mote, who has ppent the hurt, but later it was ascertained find it the best medicine for constipa companied< the remains of *
tion and liver troubles. It does al
> past week with her sister, Mrs. WillHocker that while the little fellow was Mrs. (Bullock, to Macon, *
you claim for it. I can highly recommend -
a returned to Leesbur F i i- very painfully hurt his injuries will it" 50c. a bottle. Antimonopoly weeks ago returned home ,

f: day afternoon. not prove serious. I Drug Store m I morning.



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MEET flT ANTHONY; I ., '. ,. ''", ". "., I >.j a,:_. ehronicsOreSA
I ',. Center.. of a Rich Agricultural Section- ,

r When the Methodist Church Lot Constant Drain

Splendid Crowd Greets Speakers 'ifs A w ...0"..: 3 I Sold for $5. Eating Ulcers Upon the System.

Benefit Supper a Success Editorial Correspondence Florida hristian Ad
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; Nearly all the Candidates vocate. I of so much trouble as an old sore or ulcer, pJr-
e For the first time in several years, I Nothing is a source the lower extremities where the circulation

Present.On and the second time since the close of I ticularly when located upon A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the leg, i ii athe
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is weak and sluggish.
Friday afternoon the candidates a delightful full term pastorate, which frightful sight, and as the ? burrows deeper and deeper into
scent ahno t see the
to spread, one can
for office wended their
county terminated the
nearly twelve beneath and
tissues
yean ago
,. I the strength\ going out with the sick i
'. feel
way to Anthony but us! the populaces I" :.. -.' it was the writer's happy privilegelast flesh melting away and and offensive ulcers often
',, ;, running oreS deep
composed of farmers aud truckers, ;.i, '. .:':!> -: t'. .. / week to visit Oeala-"The Brick I ening discharges. Great boil swollen gland. bruIse or pimple, and ;area
I from a simple ,
no one paid much attention to their City"-and meet and mingle with develop danger always because while all such iOrOi are not cut'

presence until after the dayV work VARIOUS INDUSTRIAL BUILDING, ST. LOUS. friends whose love and friendship cerous threatening, a great many are. and this should make r-rplciou'of, .ii

was done. I --- chronic, slow-healing ulcers and sores } m
and cause the greatest ann"y.
At 8 o'clock Mr. W. T. Forhes, public schools to go out into the world your family. Face sores are common
so ,W. Va., May 28, lG01.
because they are Wheeling
executive committeeman for' that and stand abreast of the college ance
and unsightly while at wort.
If.Hof.jatrtt
ago
precinct, called the citizens who bad graduate in the business world; persistent much from and 80meyeaU severely injured both of my .. .
and detract so
a. a result and the doctor told
poisoned
gathered at the auditorium, about favors a more stringent vagrant law one's personal appearance.became r would have running om for life. and tuft

three hundred in number, to order one that will put to work the vast Middle aged and old peo- iUher der this closed discouraging up the result report would II.ft off be their fttat trAat-Va

and announced that the candidates army of loafers in our towns, the pie and those 1 whose I blood ment and resorted to the use of 8.8.8. It..ttocte
took only
1& a short
and raUf.iDIl'
contaminated and tainted were prompt
would in short speeches make known farmer should be protected against is whits tor the medicine to cure up the.orel, and I
with the 1 germs an d. dead al tbe doctor IDtimated I wO\l1.1 tnL
their views on various public mattersso unreliable labor, and believes he r 1neither have the broken out data, .
a FPt son of malaria or some pre.some 12 years hue VlUwd since what 1 !ban 4.
that the voter might intelligently should have a contract law to .that vious sickness, are the chief scribed occurred. JOHN W. FUNDIS

cast his ballot for the. one of his effect, opposes the no fence law as he : sufferers from chronic sores Cue 8ciimulb ch Brewing Oo.

h choice on May 10. believes this matter will settle itself and ulcers. While the polluted condition, and the sore wi.l!
blood remains in an unhealthy
The firs speaker called was C. L. al the proper time. ,continue to grow and spread in spite of washes and salve, for the lore

Bittinger, candidate for treasurer.He Ed L. Wartmann, Citra's favorite is the outward sign of some constitutional disorder, a bad condition of

made short talk the greater part democratic leader, a candidate for the blood and system, which local remedies cannot cure. A blood pu.

of which was devoted to the necessity legislative honor, was the next rifler and tonic is what you need-something to cleanse the blood,
and S. S. S.
% the circulation and invigorate the constitution,
of every family having a county speaker. He said the tribute paid quicken It counteracts and removes from the bloodall
is just such a remedy.
paper in the home, its advantages as Mm by his neighbors in unanimously the impurities and poisons, and grad

an educator of the young as well as asking him to run for the office to ually builds up the entire system; and
blood has been purified the
the old, and its elevating effect on The which he now aspires contaiuedjmore: CASCADES, WORLD'S :FAIR. when the
healingprocess begins and the ulcer or
country at' large. The speaker said honor to him than would his election.He I --- ------- .___ S. S. S.
sore is soon entirely gone.
he had nothing to say against his spoke feelingly of his more than best of his ability, and speaking in laughs at leagues of distance and ds- contains no mineral or poisonous drugsof

opponent for the treasurship, but twenty years residence among his the highest possible terms of his fies the erosive finger of time. any description, but is guaranteed

advised the voters to go slow in vote neighbors cud said the unboundedfaith opponents. All seemed to have The "dance attendance" upon the purely vegetable, a blood purifier and tonic combined and a safe and

ing to put a man into the third term they had in him was worth more friends amongs those present, and Woman's Home Mission Conference permanent cure for chronic sores and ulcers. If you have a slow-heal
of kind external or internal, write us about it, and our
aa the precedent might prove disas than the political honors they would those who are in a position to know furnished justification for our absence ing physicians sore{ will any advise, you without charge. Book on "The Blood and

trous at some future time and the thrust upon him. He referred to his say the vote for this office will be from office work, and the pleasure of Its Diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA.

regrets could not then easily alter platform as 'published and spoke on, about equally divided in Anthony. meeting old friends furnished ample!
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results. these lines in no unmistakable terms; Frank Pelot was not present. inspiration.

: Thos. E. Pasteur the present coun- would vote to ask national congress to Hon. Henry W. Long took the .

ty treasurer, then made a few remarks aid in building hard roads which he floor after the candidates had finished Ocala is: a beautiful little city, inhabited HUBBARD & MACDUFF

in which he stated that his considered worth more to the citizensof I and made a splendid talk on the subject by an enterprising progressive

only claim to the otllce lay in his Florida than any other one thing I of good roads which was well ret population, who evidence much HEADQUARTERS FOR

record as an officer in the past, and if to aid in the upbuilding of the state; t ceived. Mr. Long also took a shot at public spirit and broadmindedue.1

the voters thought that he had con thinks the state should pay for the some people who always proclaimthat It is one of the old peninsula settlements :
I AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
he controls board of ', but only in comparatively recent -
ducted matters in an efficient mau- armory of our local: military company the county i isanrn.

ner since his eucumbency he asked I, instead of the county; the proper way commirsiouers and told them that years has its growth brought it 55 vAt

their support at the coming election.W. I: to get the sentiment of the people on he did not do so and had no desire to into any considerable prominence.It e : e

-4 D. Cam being absent, C. L. I the fence question is to have a side do HO. occupies the center of a rich agri 4t nr. : i 4' r%: : esa

Bittinger responded for him in a few ballot: box at the primary and let the' ladies of Anthony served ice cultural section, and was at one time 41 H J 73Cr
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well chosen remarks, telling of his every voter give his choice with the cream, cake aud lemonade during the in the very heart of the great orange I ._ :e l-, 4 E.t: ..,

claims for the office of superintendentof ballot; vagrancy law needs amend. epeningand netted something over belt-there being a larger acreage of Ih S\ "
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public instruction. meat and he will work to that end. sixty dollars, which was donated to a bearing orange groves in the couuty :=t r tr .4 :"

\\'. D. Bobbitt candidate for living in the place of which it is the site than in any .-- I I p- : j.
com- George G. Mathews, candidate for worthy family ... b '_ -"- ,. ci -c- '
missioner from the fifth district outlined whose father and husband had been other county of the state. The splendid :--+ :=- ?= = t= : ...... _
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legislative honors, was the next to r.:".......... ...: 7-: ..- ""':..a"' ''--::........ :.c- -
his policy in a short speech. He speak. He made a clear cut, concise stricken with paralysis. Among the ,I groves are gone-most of them (..,;:4lar CtjIc ....;:Iallt"r, Norio uJ Ctts Style
sy:1s ia. o. .. I..a. I. Stays i) In. .r 6 I..apart
said he would if elected, serve the and logical speech setting out his leaders in this move we noted Mrs. never to be rehabilitated, but the rich +

_i whole district and not only his section views on the important questions of Tom Jones, Mrs. Talton, Mrs. Pfifer lauds remain, and are cultivated rte :i.l l.: of Lfs; stroa-;. }:ih: -grade stcei \.ires, heavily, gaKaniz=.i.

; would oppose the constructionof I, the day; Mr. Mathews stated his preference and Mrs. Simmous. They were ably muneratively along lines of diversifiedagriculture. Amply provides: for expansion and contraction. Is practically evurhiring. -
:Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it.
hard roads under the assisted of Marion It was in Ocala that the
pre8t'ntmethodd for Hearst for president on by a bevy county'sprettiest
D o3 not mutilate, but doss efficiently I turn cattle horses, hojfand
; opposed the too free issuingof account of the position he had taken : and most charming young first phosphate company was organ! pijrsZVERY.

bonds for carrying firearms; thinks against the trusts and said he consid ladies, for which Anthony and sur- ized and here fortunes were made R

p the board should pav more attention ered this move one of vast importance surrounding country is justly noted. and lost in a few days, during the ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby

to the assessment of taxes. as it meant an unheaval of the Everything is on the hustle and memorable yeais of 1SS9-1S92. the! manufacturers and by us. Call :and see it. Can show you how F

Though the phosphate industry it .ill save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced. f
(\ W. Turner, aspirant for commIs- people against the money power; he stir iu our neighboring berg at this

sioner's honors from the same district is for Hearst not because he believes season of the year, as the vegetable suffered severe revulsion" after the Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Econo; Corn Shrdder !

being at his own borne! and that he is the smartest man in the shipping season has already begun, first "boom years, it has resumed a .. ;
Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Eta
f through courtesy to the visitors, country, but for the principles he advocates and the products are going out daily. place of commanding commercial ,

waved his right to be heard. L. T. ; he said it had been brought by the car load. II I I importance, which lends an air of Hubbard & Macduff Ocala, TIa !

! Hickson, of OranLak/ who is out against him that he had lived so distinct prosperity to Marion's fair !,

also a candidate for commissionerfrom long In foreign countries that he could For Exclusive Wholesale Groceries. capital. 1

this district, being ill asked to not have the proper interest in mat- Messrs. Abe Brown and Bro. are Ocala was once famed as Florida's :..................... .... :

be excused from making a speech.D. ters American; he replied to this by erecting on the lot just south of the Exposition City, and one season became
Oil Goods Delivered free. Write for Price Us. I :
the rendezvous of "The National .
R. Zetrouer, candidate for superintendent saying his living in South America Ocala Foundry and Machine Worksa

of public instruction, laid and seeing things as they existed large brick warehouse which will Farmer's Alliance and Industrial Union [;

out his proposed course in case of his therejinclined to make him acre: of a be used exclusively for the storing of ." The "Ocala platform" figured .' !

election; would devote his entire loyal American of him than he was groceries for wholesale. strongly in at least one presidential .

attention to the office; improve the before. This building will be one of the campaign. This is history now. The S rS

school system whenever possible. He John B. Floyd of Irvine, known most substantial in Ocala. The walls streets are finely paved and beauti- !

said he could safely promise to voters over the county as the "no fence" are eighteen inches thick-the; build- fully shaded. I dQS I i

that If elected he positively would candidate for the legislature, was ing will be two stories in height and Methodism shared the city's reverses \ LD ,

: not ask for a third term whatever the then called upon and made a short I I will contain wide platforms and but we are more than pleased to S 1r 7 TtAR t ; ; -

change of conditions were. speech explaining his views on his I wide doors for facilitating loading note, is sharing the iteturn, of good I-

Alfred the next times, and leads in the forward move- S w .
Ayer was speaker, favorite theme. He said his views' and unloading it is one hundred .
and expressed his disappointment at 1 feet long and fifty feet wide and is ment. The old debts are gone, the S > .
on the subject had gained in popularity \zLL
school and
I r Sunday Leagues are prosperous :
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the absence from the of his .
meeting I immediately on the east side of the .
since the last election:. did not
-- -- while an air of assured
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opponent, Mr. Mathews, as he wantedto want a community to have the "no---I I I A. C. L. railway; north and west of I gress pervades the membership. Bro. : .

get the straight of certain rumors fence" unless they want it; he was the S. S. & W.. railway and will be Moore, our honored predecessor on the 1' e

that had been the rounds for tripod, serves with distinguished abil- .
going reported after the last election as approached from the S A. L railwayby I
the past few weeks to the effect that ity and acceptability a gentle, gener .
a The will be
"dead, but he was there to state spur. building 14
and
ous gracious people, whom to love :>
r the assessor's: books were in a deplorable that he never was more alive in his I lighted with gas and electricity and we have but to know. Among the scrWllte; A vS .

condition. lIe said he did not life; he believes in compulsory payment will be entirely creditable to our crowds who thronged their beautifuland fdJi .

consider charges of this nature as spacious auditorum on the occas- .
of poll taxes; a uniform sys- growing city. I
"mudslinging" or "pepperbox" cam- ion of our visit we saw new
many
tem of text books for our schools and I The building formerly used for the
voter and I faces, and missed many whom we .
taxpayer
paigning, as every .
the same prices paid by other states Lightning hoe factory has also been '
were wont to greet in the long -
ago. tr
had to criticisethe I
a perfect right (which is now half of what Florida purchased by the Brown Bros. and Heaven is richer for their absence
record of official but he want- Old Forl.}t o>rn $2 00. Old Mill
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pays); favors labor contracts. "Sendme will be used for storing hay. here, and we were made to feel sensi- Corn !.L5O./ "Barbee" Rye $400 PP" lJ'd MountainH*,
ed to get at the bottom of the charges These bly a drawing toward the gates of JJ.WJ to $4.00. : Prid.-J ."PPno I'flth Hra&dIH .
to Tallahassee" says Floyd, "andif enterprising gentlemen will Kentucky .. WtOI 4 x Itt ,.. .
so as to able to defend himself. Mr. I do not secure these reliefs I will have regular salesmen on the road that sunlit city whose glories flood Send Postofflci or Express Money Ordtrt. '
Mathews his had been on our path and beckon us forward. Tn
opponent, at least tell you why." He is a rank and are putting themselves in a position ,
church was organized in the
the grounds in the afternoon but 40's by
: "no fence" man, but says those who to do a large wholesale business. ,Rev. J. C. Ley, who also purchasedthe I BOWEN & COMPANY.
called
business interests him home
don't want it may turn their goats This paper, speaking for the whole entire block on which the beautiful -
before the meeting began. I I I, building: now stands from the
out and let them forage on theirneighbors' city of Ocala wishes them great 140 E. BAY
,' C. L. Sistrunk, candidate for the county commissioners for $5.00. ThusI I S ST., JACKSON VILL1 .t. ,
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crops if agreeable to the success. ..
then introduced and another monument 'is lifted to do 1SUSUSSSSIIis
was
legislature, parties concerned. ::::
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The Builder of a Citj. honor to a Methodist "pioneer
in a clear and forceful manner put his
I The candidates for sheriff, Allan preacher," who shared the hardships -. --- "-
I Mr. J. Starr Sternberger since becoming
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p views before his listeners. He stated Rodgers, J. P. Galloway, J. L. Smoak :I and toils of "early settlers" in order WHITE'S CREAM

that he was not a platform maker, a citizen of Ocala has built that our standards might be planted WORMS !
and Henry Gordon, were present and VERMIFUGE
but would stand on the democratic sixty houses besides repairing quite a on the out posts of civilization, and !
each laid before the audience his I the of "" 1 ttatH
religion Jesus Christ
platform enunciated by the state and number. He now has twenty-seven carry a. ;
cheer and comfort to the hardy sons FIr 20 Years Mas Lai III WVM "I'
for
reasons wanting to be sheriff
national organizations; favors school men employed and a \ .
papering
Itr' painting. of toil, who have long since passed to _OLD as ..xx, DSVGGza'%'& _
laws that will enable pupils from our each promising to rill the office to the So Ocala grows. their reward. I' puecI b7 41. JAMES F. .ALL Ra D ffit4 Loultlt .




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II VOL. JCXXVII, NO 40 OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY APRIL 22, _1904 __m IOLLAR A Y iiII 1

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SASA ELIZABETH BAlmS Local Editor

T. W. SMITH & CO.

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Col. r ..
SOLE AGENTS

W.N. Camp is on a business .. 1 k Ocala Florida

visit to Virginia.

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spending a few days in the city .
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s Capt. John L. Inglis is in the city
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j and is a guest at ths Ocala House.
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b r We regret so learn that Mrs. E. P. ,_ $1d

Thagard has been sick for several (
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Mrs. J. J. Williams and baby have I f r

gone to' Umatilla to visit relatives. for I 1

I : a few weeks. .


.. Mr. C. W. Chase, of Gainesville, of

the Dutton Phosphate Company' was A4irI(4rs( ...v.Watch .

c in Ocala yesterday.
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Conductor O. \I. Eitou has return this advestisemantfor a full discretion of this splM4i4 atoll i* I
few days.
ed from Orlando, where he attended I Ir Is I

1 the meeting of Odd Fellows. .


The thirty-fifth anuml meeting of I ""r"r"r"r'r"r"'r"r"-"r'r"r"r''r"'r"r"1'" ,," " ;' '' " )

the Florida Medical Association is
STARTING EARLY
now in session at Live Oak. -

== 8 of great InallUrlADH la =-=
Mr. Moses Liddell .has returned "'!'! ,
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home from Tallahassee; and will play I i IHu iurll \ : ;, i piano playing Hot don't ::::

ball with the Ocala team today. :: make themUtakeof think ::
J l J r I E R lug "any sort of a |....&0 :!
Everybody will be on hand at the ::: will do to begin nn. IT d

base ball game this afternoon betweenthe :: WOX'T. YoiirthlMftwda ;!

Jacksonville and Ocala teams. : l 1 K'M"I) >,u itutrutuetit a

s, == ; you can afford tf) boy, eh* ::i
Mrs. H. B.$ Chambers went up to ::; { q i ; her ear for mu.l. will be ;
:: j tuiui Jacksonville yesterday to spend several xli
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f ::: t, ; Von will i* i*fo in u...1. 3
weeks with her frend,- Irs. Carl .....
,t ::E fs\ '%i *IIJ* ttXHfrt| |4&'" *4*tliJ :::

j I I.: Van Demau. :-=: : ? vv l" UIII'tf.t..nw pare 2...:.. ._ .c
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r Oaly the' b4 piano ""!f
Davis acting states attorney, return. Iud '
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ed yesterday frem Brooksville, where I 3

1, have been holding court. .. ) =1t
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Ocala many years,
Headquarters, Jacksonville, Fla.
Jesup. Oa., to.make. his home with .....

;; his son, Mr. Orchie Lloyd. Y !JlIIUJIIJIIIIIJIIIIIIIIJIIIIIJIlJlI l l i l j, l .IIIIIi1a1U1f1LU1Uasil1111l' ' ;l''

"" ". CHIEF! JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PARKER '- '- .
: Miss Edith Piatt entertained several ----.------

of her friends informally at an afternoon PROMINENT NEW YORK DEMOCRAT WHO HAS BEEN MENTIONED AS A ,

t I.s tea yesterday for Mrs. H. M.Whartou. CANDIDATE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT II THE CLUB HOUSE. I I

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The atlair was quite
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i but was very delightful. I: "A PIC NIC IN P LESTIHE." 1 r much to lose Dr. Wharton from our The .Pearson Oil and Gas Company.

i midst, and only wish it was to arranged -
j Mrs. McKinney, of Chicago, whoa The stockholders of the above Cuisine First Class. Rates{ Reaso }able.Refurlisled .
that he could pay our city and
a s', has spent the past ten days very What Governor Jennings Says AboutDr. churches more frequent visits."- i company held a meeting in the roomsof

1 pleasantly in Ocala the guest of Mrs._ Warton's Lecture. Tallahassee Capitol."I the Central National Bank of
Rates
1 ) Throughout) Special by Month
D. M. tiraith, has returned home. regard Dr. Whartyn a* one of Ocala April 20th and a full report of
( the ablest men in America and his the drilling operations in Sumtercounty
Mrs. Edward Badger will go down lecture on Palestine the finest I ever '
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was made.
.. Duuuellou tomorrow to spend a heard" r
e to Mrs. WILLIAM S. JEXMNCJS, After facing a great many unexpected :MRS.: THOS. J. I3ARNKS. PIWP .J
mouth with her daughter,
Governor of State of Florida, dillicultits Mr. Pearson succeeded ,

Godfrey Moyers. The lecture will ire free to all and iu drilling a well to the depthof

Mrs. D. A. Miller, who has been an offering will be taken for the pur- :,OOO feet when he met with an

quite sick for some days, took a turn $ pose mentioned. As Dr. Wharton unfortunate accident, the cable parting
about 10 C. I. G RAe E.
for the worse last night LIP gives the entire amount without retaining and the tools dropping to the 4

o'clock, but she revived and at laft ,_ v a penny of. it for himself andas I bottom of the well. A new cc.ble was Successor to Central Lumotr Co.

accounts was resting easy. C x the whole community are in deep I purchased and three separate efforts Dealer In

Mr. Gus Morton, of Eve, came sympathy with the Mutterers it is expecied made to lift the tools. Each time the Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FloorifgCeiaag,

w down Wednesday for the speaking L that the puUic; will out and cable parted: and finally the well had and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick
to b ab ndoned. Manufacturer of
much attend this lecture. Wednesday night and was very Turned Ballusters Casings Newels Columns Door and
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by In the report to the stockholdersthe ,
; enthused. He was accompanied Married at Fellowship. directors said that they had en- Window Frames, :Mantels Church Seats, PulpfU, School

;Mrs. Morton. ilr. Edd B. Weathers of Fellow countered sufficient favorable indications Desks and Seats Combined, and Table I am constant it

i Pneumonia is Robbed of its Terrors 1of ship and 3fissJessie: Carter, of Carter's receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any qumtitiea and
to induce them to undertake the
; By Foley's Honey and Tar. rJ Pond, were united in marriage at St. sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
and heals boriugof a new well and submitted a
; stops- the racking cough & ;pf 4DR. I John's Methodist church at eight
strengthens the luugs. If taken plan for tke contiuuaiion of the
I t and In time it will prevent an attack of I o'clock last night. The wedding wasa work. jbhsbRi;
Brick LOT W.
Refuse substituses. Post- II. \VHAKTOX, I). D. beautiful one and was largely attended
pneumonia. After a very general and full dis-
Store. m Wbarton will deliver his lecture by the friends of the popularand
office Drug Lime
cussion the stockholders decided to Dealer inPSOWUCTGK
"A Picnic in Palestine" at 10 happy young couple.Mr. .
on

settler Mr. Valentine of Fantville Faut, was, the'a pleasantvisitor pioneer: o'clock Saturday! morning in the Weathers is a nephew of Mr. sink striking a new oil well in and their have next strong venture. faithof Hair NW[ !AND SECOND[ HIND MACHINERY.![ [ =.

His Baptistchdreh. The entire proceedso B. A. Weathers of this city. He has Cement
to our sanctum yesterday. if no unfortunate accident shall]
friends will be glad to know that he this lecture will be given by himas spent a number of years here where againoccur.; Of-
he has friends. Laths THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS
remarkable good health a mark of sympathy and respect to many
is enjoying We think the faith, resolutenessand
dealing with him Rev. Dr. Lindsay, pastor of the Mrs. Weathers is a sister of Mrs. W. And Locomotives For Sale and Least.
and the years are liberality of these gentlemen are
Presbyterian church, who recentlyhad D. Graham and Mrs. F.V. Potts, both Second Hand Rail Bttifttt .d Stl'
gently.Mr. to be commended and if they strikeoil
his house and contents destroyedby of this city and who were present at Shingles. Three locomotive for Bale or It'ue.
Alfred Beck, who has been they will be justly regarded as For Sale-
tire, and tooIrs.. Burnside, who the wedding.Mr. .
the past eight months in public benefactors. One 16x24 Tolbert Engine One Hxie Made Kngin.
spending has also sustained similar loss. and Mrs. Weathers are now at Oge 14xlb New York Safety. Oo.lifIUBait Ali-mtr. .
New York City studying pharmacy, This lecture was recently deliveredin home to their friends at Fellowship.The Nothing Like Experience. Office and Shops One To HP Harris Corli a. One 12x16 BIte City
will 'return home today and will beat On>12HP Ga Oltne. One 50111'. One 38 HP.
Tallahassee of which the following Ocala Banner extends to them "One truth learned by actual experi near On 150 HP high presture return tuWr holtor, (In*.
Store during
the Postofllce Drug happiest congratulation and best I S. ft. L. Freight One 25HP Economic boiler, and a lot of alter sleet oe
mouths. He will returnto testimonial will give-an idea of its ence does more good than ten experiences hand and other machinery.
the summer
New York in the fall. excellence: wishes.: : one hears about. Tell a man Depot. LAKE CITY, IXOItllU ,

"Never was there such a crowd of A Dandy for Burns. i that Chamberlain's Colic Cholera 1 i
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Ocala is ---- "
Carlos L. Sistruuk, of Christians gathered together at any Dr. Bergin, Pans Ills., writes: "I and Diarrhoea remedy will cure
race for the legislature one time before in this city than there I -- ,
excellent
making an have used Ballard's avow Liniment; ,cholera morhus, and he will most

and will him.make Mr.it lively SUtrunk for hear was at the the brilliant opera house Christian last night orator to always recommended it to my friendsas likely forget it before the end of the T THE( FLORIDA! FRUIT AND I D TRUCK GROWER( :

those who oppose confident there is better
and divine worker, Rev. H. 31. I am no day. Let him have a severe attackof

is an intelligent self-made young Wharton, deliver his lecture ou 'Hi made. It is a dandy for burns. Those that disease, feel that he is about to OCAU. FLORIDA.

man of good character and good Trip to Palestine' who live on farms are especially liableto die, use this remedy, and learn from Cze Year: S-

qualities, well informed on all issues "The large crowd enjoyed the lec- many accidental cuts, burns his own experience how ,quickly it Sigle Cou. te.I !
i jt.. and stands ture greatly and one could readily seethe bruises which heal rapidly when R.I.lull's geves relief, and he will remember it
k thoroughly competent weight of it upon the faces and Show Liniment is applied, It all his life. For sale by Antimonopoly I A handsomely illustrated magazine devote< $ p< .y!'" to the ;
His friends in Ocalaare interests the and vegetable of Plorl-U.
society. of fruit growers
high in of the audience. Mr. Whartonhas Store.
eyes should always be kept in the house Drug m !,
many, and lie is well liked by all done more to evolutionize Christianity "for-caes. of emergency tae 5Oc. and !, A sps:& trial stritta ei six sttths T& h u.t e& rmlft! Si ;

_' the country people.who know him.tparr .- in this city than has been done $1 bottles. Anti-monopoly Drug I [i'fin. ...,_n._. :YJ.HDT_ .. 1 23 cents. Staaps taies. I Ie
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I I THE PENALTY OF USEFULNESS. MR. STROZIER GIVES All ACCOUNTOF WITH
; OCALA BANNER THE CATTLE RAISERS. The slaughter of the pine forests
HIS I
STEWARDSHIP. by the lumber men have left vast HHen 01 Oak
The editor of this paper has aboutan
) F2ANZ !A3RIS Eiitor. The meeting oj the Southeastern areas of Florida land .ready for the
acre of ground upon which is To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.
t ?' P. V. Lemngooi :Business znaer. Stockbreeder's Association is fraught ploughman to convert into pastures
, If will little
growing orange trees, pear trees, you grant me a space
rich with beef
making possibilities.
" mulberry trees, Japan plums, grape in your paper I will tell the good with great interest to the people of These : Timbers of oak keep the old
I lands can now be secured at a
i ",-;-., vines, roses, liilies and weeds. Fiorina. The address of Z. C. Cham-I homestead standing through
of Marion
people county something low figure from the lumber men who

;...,' -- 4 1 J An investigation the other day I about the last legislature.First. bliss, of this tate, showing that the have exhausted their wealth of tim the! years. It pays to use the
f' ill revealed the extraordinary fact that
.t" ,r:....." &, .+.' The bill that came from the waning pasturage of the commons ber. The stock men are next to the right stuff.
..,. the orange trees had the scale insect .
r, r": .....Ii.:a.... ', d I, and white fly; the pear trees, the senate raising the salary of state had reduced the average weight of real situation and will doubtless appreciate I Men of oak" are men in
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.4".l. their
golden
:1 cattle opportunitiesand
exposed fiooi 600
" r r blight; tae mulberry trees,, a destructive officials' from $2OCO to $2,500 I did not to 4SO pounds rugged health, men whose V
'A !. these tracts will be the means of
} caterpillar a ravenous gross, which result was also partly made of the
sound.
'iI ; believe was a wise piece of legislation improving their breeds of cattle anda I bodies are

S worm was eating the leaves of the and did what I could to prevent its due to the unwise methods of inter. future source of rapidly increasing: cst materials.

lilliea; a tiny insect was stinging and passage.! breeding the same stock shows that wealth.
Childhood is the time to lay
4_ MOTTO: THE BANNEI., BELIEVING blighting the roses, and the grapevines Second. The bill that alao came the stock men of this state: are up In the immediate vicinity of

TIOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO were covered with millions of from the senate asking for an against a hard the foundation for a sturdy con
appro- proposition hat requires : Tampa, where milk and butter are of
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS black mites. stitution thatiIUast for
priation of $35,000 to build a guber- brains as well as money in its years
higher importance than beef our
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES ,
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, Every tree and plant of value are natorial mansion, I thought was extravagant satisfactory solution. numerous dairies have already done Scott's Emulsion is the right

: AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR being attacked by an enemy and it so offered an amendment Promptness in applying a remedyis much in the improvement of the stuff. V

THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE takes the most! sedulous care to keep reducing the amount to $l5OOO. The made imperative by the showingthat breeds of milk producing cattle by Emulsion stimulatesthegrowingpowersofchildrer
Scott's
; lOTTOM -- them from being destroyed, but the friends of the measure were not Cuba, Florida's principal cus- the fine herds of Jersey and Devon I

trees and the weeds that are worth pleased with the amendment and tomer, has since the war restocked cattle that are found all arouud the .,

FRIDAY, APRIL 22 19(4. less apparently have no enemy and the bill was killed and I am not sorry- itself with-'- cattle___n_ -anri-_ i._a _now_ n .1""lrina___'_0 city. But in the interior of the st te helps them build a firm

are unmolested. for It. for higher class foundation for const:
: cattle to cross with it is-evident that the native cattle a sturdy

UNITED STATES FOR SENATORVOTE Turning from the vegetable to the Third. The bill seeking to establisha her stOCK imported from this state. I must be interbred with larger stock tution.

FOR animal kingdom, how true the same geological survey in the state, car The Florida stock! raiser is now confronted i to secure the best results.
Send for free sample.
rule applies. rying with it a large appropriation, with a condition that demands The association will no doubt con

J0MES P. TALIAFERRO. How almost impossible it is i for a according to bumble judgment a SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists
of
my reorganization his busi- tribute largely to bringing about this i
409.415 Pearl Street. New York.
good man to escape the shafts of was done for no other purpose than ness, both in the matter of production .
Whose name is commonly pronounced as if u highly desirable result.-Tampa SOc. and $1.00; all druggists.Another .
": were ipelled envy, malice and slander; (see the to give some favorite a good fat job at ; and tbp markets so which he Tribune.
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: "Toliver"i i shafts hurled at Senator Taliaferro) the expense of the tax payers and to must pander in the disposition of his Editor for lode.rll.

-I but the worthless men, like the further some one's political ambition. products. In the matter of production Editor Williamson Makes a Point. :From our exchanges we notice the

DUTY OF DEMOCRATS. worthless weeds, escape abuse and I made the movement that killed the the Florida stock raisers must The very element that is arguing candidacy Mr. Allan Rodgers, of

seem to have no enemies.So me&sure and have no tears to shed awaken to the fact that large western day and night against a convention to Oeala, for important office of sheriff

If Judge Parker be nominated for when the "Ocali Editor" is over it.Fourth.. concerns have for years been quietly draft a declaration of principles for of Marion county. This is of more

'president lit St. Louis we hope he misrepresented and offensively, car- The bill asking for an appropriation purchasing large tracts of Florida tli! state democracy met in conven than ordinary interest to el. aa Mr.

tooned ( Star he feels tion iu Jacksonville last week and I is well and favorably known
see Friday's
: will receive the united and loyal sup ) 5429,000 for a few little lands, which they will find in due Rodgers

: port of both wings of the party. If that he at least is not a worthless high schools in the state, was, I course of time will be fenced and nominated delegates to the national 1 here, having married the daughter of

he be so fortunate we believe there weed flourishing unnoticed and unmolested thought, a rotten piece of legislationand planted to the grasses and forages convention. It is said to have been Hon. John A. Kirkpatrick, clerk of

: will be a great democratic awakening in the Held of Florida jour. I led the tight against the passage best adapted to this climate and soil, one of the most udroity cut aud dried I the criminal court of record of

> "- and that. a great< democratic jubilee nali m. of the bill. At first I had but few to upon which will be placed improved affairs in the history of politics in this Escambia county. Mr. Rodgers U

Will follow. Whit the Figures Say. aid me in my opposition to it out breeds of Shorthorn aud Hereford !I II I state. Hon. Albert!. Williamson re one of the most active and pewUtent

after working and explaining all cuttle. : fers to this convention in his Jacksonville good roads advocates In the itate of
Let us have done'with by-gones The
; Jacksonville Sun, at consider-I $ .
night in with E. H. Mote The Florida Floridian aa follows: Florida. Not merely "good roads for
let us determine that the "dead shall able expense has had a poll of all the I company present stock raisers,

bury Us dead."' counties in the state, and the result of Lake and Gen. Gilchrist, of De unless they wake up to the real situatiou "We have thought over and dreamed campaign purposes, but a practical

m- Let us determine that the demo of which shows that Senator Talia. Soto I succeeded in having the bill and put themselves in the pro- over the deliberations of the recent good roads builder. In our own county -

cratic party shall have a new birth ferro will be re-elected in the: first referred to a committee, which u edits p.sidnn- _n_ _flMIS____ flSt'PQLPV-------. -01 ky thc._ "f-rii.,"' '.'' conference of Hearst democrats in I we are reaping phenomenal result*

and go forth conquering and to con. primary. prunning shears quite:refreshingly of events, will find themselves stranded this city, and are still compelled to in rural development from comparatively

and reduced it In the of admit that we can neither see the recently constructed good
quer. t The following are the Sun's:) figures: sum $250,000.We upon the rocks of neglected op.

.. We believe the defeat of Mr. Alachua, 100 to 150; Bradford, 100; were still not satisfied with the portunities. wisdom of justice, to say nothing <>f roads, and much of the prosperity of

bill and did wnole in The value consistency, of the advocates of a pri. the future of Florida must come
Roosevelt Is not a difficult: task. Dade, 150; DeSoto, 100; Duval, 500; our duty defeating of cralujrass and velvet

By being strenuous and spectacular Escambia, 150; Franklin, 100; Hamil- it and when one does his full beans:: have of late years forced them mary election system of nominating through this agency. To hold office

he destroyed the tone and dignity ton, 100; Hillsboro, 300 to 400; Manatee duty an angel can do no' more. I do selves upon the attention of the delegates and officials when they is, sooner or later, the ambition of

not therefore think that the stock raiser and resort to the 'star chamber' proceed every good American, and when a
that has been always conspicuously 150; Marion, 100; Monroe, 300: governor demonstrated the

attached this high office. Orange, 100; Polk, 200; Putnam, 200; of this state deserves any more importance in the fattening of cattle, ings that characterized that conven citizen announces himself as a candidate V

Mr. Roosevelt's course and conduct Sumter, 150; Volusia, 200 to 220. credit than those of us who fought and forced upon him the convictionthat tion. or permits his friends to do no,

ia office is note receiving the endorsement Total, 3,000.Taliaferro. long and hard to put the bill in shapefor for fat cattle there i is always "We have used the term convention for a public trust, it is simply a case

of the more dignified, conservative will have a plurality his veto. It is a matter of record good market at his own door at remunerative advisedly. For this is a distinction 'i of the man's best nature asserting
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V and refined elements of his the following counties: Baker, Bre- that we saved more to the state than prices.: Yet these flattering without a difference. A conference is itself. Mr. Rodgers is not only sucu

he did. His a convention and a convention is a an American, but he is public spirited V
party and many life long, republicans vard.Clay, Holmes, Jackson, Lake; veto was made upon opportunities have, been clteregardM -

V would be glad to exchange him for a Lee, Leon, )Madison Nassau Osceola, constitutional grounds our tight was b"cnu: it was ei'i"r to drift conference. Especially is this true and far-sighted: in the interest of the

V man who would carry into the White St. Johtu, uwinneeVa8hington.. made upon the high plane of right. with the current aud exhaust the when the conference becomes a convention public. His enthusiasm for the state V

V House wore decorum, amiability, Stockton will have a majority in Hence I leave the matter to thinking pasturage an opn commons than to the extent of nominating of Florida is only surpassed by his

V dignity and poise of character. the following counties: Gadsden, people and let them sy Who deserves by exercising prudence and forethought delegates to another convention and enthusiasm for the county of Marion.He .

V The, democrats have a beautiful 100; Jefferson, 200; Lafayette, 50; the more credit.I -. to subdue nature by a little of even naming the' presidential elec! is a loyal democrat, and from

winning chance if ttey can get together Levy, 50. Total, 400. was also a member of the committee labor and make his own land contribute tors. every standpoint we feel that the people :

V and enter the campaign with Stockton will have plurality in on enrolled bills, part of the to the increasing of his wealth. "We make these comments with the of Marion county will be making :

any degree or enthusiasm.Let the following counties: Citrus! Cal- time acting! chairman. Said committee 1 profoundest misgivings. The holders'of no mistake iu honoring Allan Rodgers ,

us one aid all secrate ourselves boun, Liberty Taylor. enrolled over one hundred the convention were and are our with election. We wish him sueeesa. !

to this high task. Jennings will have a majority in I bills more Ihan the senate committeeand CUTICURASoap friends, and we are free to coo fees our Pensdcola J ournal., i I

the following counties Hernaudo spent $450 less. intention of voting for their nominees '- t
:
It U eucourasjiou to note that, the More Good Words for Gordon. t
at the
50. Total 50. I also introduced the substitute to primary, but we insist
To the Editor of the Ocala
Cnarnbliss stiles of blooded cattle Banner.
are i
that for advocates of
the Wailes bill reducing the amount a primary, the
Jenuiugn will have
a plurality in While I
was not present at the ,
well attended and the cattle disposed Ointment and Pills -
the folio*mg counties:CalhouuPasco from :$77,000 to $2),000) at'd w.th the primary is the proper place to uornl.natf' Anthony i
: of at satisfactory prices. It is only meeting a friend of mine

matterof a few years when Florida Santa Rosa, Wakulla, Walton.Cut light and testimony I had before me the World's Greatest "These" who was there told me the Mr. henry i 1
then and have been able to gather gentlemen have convinced
i will be recognized as an important Gordon had set himself: right a* to
Skin
Out ef Whole Cloth. since, I would do the same thing over Cures every unprejudiced mind that while i
factor in the breeding of tine cattle.- some of the reports that were getoff V
See his terrible philippics against the Ocala again if sent back to Tallahassee, and tbey advocate the primary election
St. Augustine Record. gold bugs in 1896 and the merchants who did of the rounds among the voters t8 theeffect J
not think with him, would not vote for any man for the system nomination, that even a
when Bryan's election PRICE THE SET $1 that: he had killed a sre or _
mead a postoffice or internal revenue collecl l legislature who favors paying the convention will be resorted to as long
more men in cold blood I
torship to him he tie., lee
; even saying that such merchants -
should be denied the trade of silverites. Wailes claim in full. A hint to the as they can control it".-Gainesville his installation into office at wasaI

-Ocala Star. wise is:: sufficient. Complete Treatment for Every Sun. of Dunnellon. ,I

( We do not care to apply languageto I also led the tight for the bill to :
the writer Humour, from Pimplesto Capt. Hillman a Candidate.The I am told that he wade 11 tbar feu
of the
above
item thatis pay the state debt out of the Indianwar i I
he had never drawn a drop of ...
not Scrofula.! Record is not in .
strictly parliamentary and claims fund. I also led the tight politics, but
journalistic .. .. cannot refrain from giving God except in the defense bk OWH JUt I
so-content
ourselves in in me nouse against me unnecessary speedto ,
The agonizing itching and the candidacy of while attending to his oflWal datfc*.
denouncing the item as beiug manufactured clerks and in this particular alone burning Captain W. J.
out of whole cloth and saved several thousand dollars to the of the skin, as in eczena; the frightful Hillman, who is a candidate for dele, I am truly glad that he made tfei I
scaling as in psoriasis; the loss of I statement, as a number of the
to the
vetetiin
cloth gate national
very much soiled and polluted. tax payers of the state.I hair and crusting of the scalp, as In democratic con f
Wbtn.the story of Chinese atrocities The vention, which me"ets in this section held that a man too
gold in St.
filled the papers and shocked the world I bugs Oeala during the hope your readers will pardon the scalled head; the facial disfigurement! Louis in

it was the women who drew the pity and memorable campaign of 1836 were pronoun "I." To give a faithful as in pimples and ringworm; the awful July. Capt. Hillman is one of Flori. ready with'his gun would net d._ fee I

V sympathy of all. Doubtless many a wife among our staunchest and most suffering of infants and the anxiety of da's solid, sterling, rugged businessmen sheriff; and I think they will BOW east
account of
who heard I
her husband's my stewardship
words of sympathy am worn-oat in milk their I
parents as crust, tet votes for him
for these women thought with a steadfast friends, and there was no I compelled to use it but 1 do not claim ter and salt rheum all demand a remedy and, politics aside, is just the as that wan t-IM V ,
V pang, of the blindness of men to the suf severance of business relations ou our that I deserve of almost superhuman virtues to- man to be sent on that mission. He only thing they held agaii t hi a..
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feting under their wry eyes. It is true. any more credit thau I
The successfully cope with them. That is a thorough democrat They admit that he b wan ,.
of theirs IIMI
V suffering women in China wassevere part or at that time or any those who worked and voted with me Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills are and has never

for years but with short.a daily Many agony a of wife pain suffers, her time since, or any hint in that direc- ou the propositions I have named.I No such stands proven beyond all doubt. been anything else. This is an office ageous and gentlemanly u 4tt aU J
statement is made
circumstances
nerves shattered, her almost tion. regarding them that has no emoluments but feared Met for
strength was the dele-
asked to lead the fight simply that is not justified by the strongest
gone pathy.To .and never bears a word of sym The Star editor of course gets his because of my experience iu the leg evidence. The purity and sweetness, gates elected having to pay their own office on account of toe Hawfei I
I the to afford
power Immediate
relief record"
V Favorite women such as these Dr. Pierce's information second hand fur about islature. Every legislator who voted the certainty of speedy and permanent, expenses. It is an honor though I that these report gave Wai, i t

tunity of Prf'SCfiI\tion brings health the and oppor-happiess. that time he was up in North Carolina with me certainly deserves as much cure economy, the, have absolute made safety them and the stand great that any man might well covet and and I believe he will lead the ,*kel< V 1

drains. It which establishes weaken regularity. dries the doing a little political missionarystunt credit as I do. ard skin cures and humour remedies of in honoring Capt. Hillman Florida here. Here's to Gordea'a aueesis altMay10. t
women, heals in- .
flammation and ulceration, and cures of his own. A careful examination of the record the The civilized grandest world.testimonial that would honor herself.-Jacksonville V J
can be
' female OKAXOE SPRING Vc [
weakness. .
It makes weak '()men offered the Cuticura Industrial Record.
will show that remedies is their
strong and sick women well. Accept no we saved the taxpayers I
., substitute for the medicine which works Rollins College is in luck. It has of the world-wide sale. due to the personal Tampa is J
V state the sum: of *SOO,000. recommendations of those who have Cough Settled on Her Lungs. going to held a fea.... V
wonders
for weak women, recently been given an endowment by In conclusion permit me to that used them. From a small beginning tion at Tampa on May 4th to d* ...
I bad falling of internal organs and had top say in the simplest form "My daughcer had a terrible I
V against cough
Dr. prejudice
> to htMl mouth, had Daniel Kimball Pearson
every irregular periods. of the the
voter should be great importance
careful for and of the PaMwa
V which would sometime last ten or twelve days" whom opposition, against monied hosts, which settled on her lungs," N V
writes )Irs.Ike L Holme of Coolspring St.. Mobile, Ala. Dr. Pearson was eighty he casts his ballot. You countless rivals, and trade indifference, says canal to the
Vuiontown. Pa. "Had abo indigestion so bad > should: make Cuticura remedies have become the Jackson, of Danville, Ill. We trieda prosperity of Florida art" I
thai 1 could hardly eat anything. Dr Fierce's four years old on Thursday and to which
Favorite gave the candidates for whom greatest curatives of their time and convention Goveruer Jea-
Fre>cnptK>n aod 'Golden Medical Discovery you vote great many remedies without
cured me. I took three bottles of the to schools and colleges the sum of obligate themselves in fact, of all time. for nowhere in the relief, lings has Invited
V 'Favorite Prrnption'' and one of the Golden to economical history of medicine ia to be found until we gave her Foley's Honey and the govtraora of alt I
Medusd *
2500000. Rollins
V Discovery. College at Winter measures of legislation. another approaching them in popularity the southern states. V
Tar which
Sick people are invited to consult Dr. Park and sale. In I cured her. Refuse sabstistates. .
was one of the fortunate every clime and with every
Pierce, by letter free. AU correspondence ones. Economy should be the watch- .
have Postoffice
people they met with the same Drug Store. m The press of Florida f
is held as strictly private and sympathize*
word. Faithfully, reception. The confines of the earth V
. : sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. The Miami Metropolis says that the are the only limits to their growth. The Florida East Coast Railway New with editor B. B. Tatum, of the V
V Pierce, BuSalo, N. Y G. J. STOZIER. hare f
candidates They conquered the world.
.) Dr. Pierce's are now making their timecard in effect Miami Metropolis/a the loss V
Pleasant Pellets cleanse j ap Sold Umrartmt She...4. CnOcon BeMteot,Me. March 30th will of his V ,
liver.the bowels and stimulate the sluggish pointments-their disappointments Hill heads the delegation from New fia Ointment.form ChoeoUia Sfc, &MP.23e.CnMd Depots.PttU.1.oDdoia.fie. per vial? Chwtei-ol tot, appear in our next issue. For information wife. Mrs. Tatum died in Miami V
boo* 5.$ PhiL 4 Rut da IB Pui; Bottom 137 Coiuntbui
will relative
come later. Are. Potter > to trains see ticket April 15. bhei ,
Drug k Cbem.
I y ork state to the St.Louia convention. .T Send far"A book teal$CMcun.Corp. s.q* 1 rvpncaa. agent. ,as a woman of strong V

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LOCAL until now they are, all on It flat- NOTES.
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fo ited. The v audidiites are all loud in their CLOTHING '1\; ji

Carlos Sistrnok, the youngest of praises V Messrs. Wartmann and jij f r

The Candidates Visit Citra-Ed the candidates for legislative honors, Crosby for their attentions to tie

Wartmann Smothered With Flow- launched his speech by telling the every want' of all. They had a big I I

vessel of Itu: nadeon the groundsfree wiIs
ers -The Canvass Almost a difficulties of. speaking to a email the name of the most important line we carry, i
to the thirty candidate wellas !
Love Feast. audience (and a third of it candidatestoo as 'vr n;1
the voter. t
All the county candidates spent a ) The substance of his talk was
The )Jlaason Citrus popular hotel, OUR il ilMen's
pleasant day at Citra Wednesday. about the same!! as those recorded
was also the recipient com
many
Some of them having gone there the heretofore in these columns. He paid ,
pliments from the guests. Mr. Wart. Oranges
night before from Ft.lcCoy. his respects. to an opponent who I
man had given instructions to the .
At about 3 o'clock in the afternoonMr. made a point of advising the sendingan The quality Clothiigt
proprietress that candidates' mouey and flavor of the fruit depends upon aijd Boy's )
W. J. Crosby: member of the experienced man to the legislature
was counterfeit, and all were agreeably -
county executive committee at Citra, and not a "spry young horse. Car PotashOranges
surprised learning that the
called the meeting to order in the los said a spry young horse was often upon
bills hid been settled by the I indefatigable
public park. times better than a wore out excharger. absorb large quantities of Have reputation that cannot be surpassed Ie wantto
a you
Ed L. Potash and the orchard should be replenished ..
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Ed L. Wartmann was first called This created considerable by a complete fertilizer rich -- _- -"JI" ';:If 7

upon for a speech. He announced merriment and all in all the speech Those who were so fortunate as to in Potash. do your pocket book justice, and atthe same time )
be the guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Son culture is a scientific problem. Our books
that as the candidates were all his was favorably commented upon. Wartmann cannot enough nice farmer giving full who details writes will for them.be mailed free w any wear the best there is, come and buy one of our .

guests ou this occasion he would wave D. R. Zetrouer asked the voters to say GERMAN _KALI_ WOES, .
things about them as host and hostess. :dew T.rls..M.AUaoU,G tor-t..-ie!4!!!r..Broad\&.
make Mr.
his rights to be heard. However, he help him in his efforts to

took this occasion to publicly thank I Cam keep his word made in last Climatic Cures.

his neighbors and friends for the in. j campaign-come down and out after The influence climatic conditions J. N. C. STOCKTON.It Summer Suits j;
in the cure of consumption is very
terest they had taken in presenting two terms as superintendent of public
much overdrawn. The poor patient
his name for the nomination asmembl'r instruction. and the rich do much is
patient, toocan a matter of regret to his friends

of the legislature from W. D. Cam made a short speech in I better at home by proper attention to tLat the record of Mr. Stockton's life ,,

Marion county at the next session.J. defence of his continuance in office. food digestion, und regular use of does not harmonize with his public ForlYou or Your Son. We will not go into many e details ,

.L. Smoak next called He denied that be had said he would German Syrup. Free expecterationin
was upon,
the morning is made certain by declarations and professions of faith. about our line of Clothing as you cannot tell what
and in a few words told of his candi- not ask for the office again, but said
German Syrup, so is a good night's Claiming to be opposed to corporations :
dacy for the office of sheriff. He he "didn't think he would." He anything is in print, but if you will call on us we
I rest and the absence oa that weakening Mr. Stockton rejoices in the
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threw out a little pleasant sarcasm at cited the fact that when he went into cough and debiliatlng night
distinction of havirg n''Hh. Mr. Jennings will show you one of the prettiest assortments
that office the school board owed $15,000 sweat. Restless nights and exhaustion
one of his opponents by saying
of Floriu-
.... governor and but a
and has cash to its credit. due to coughing, the greatest ofMen's
notie'of his ancestors had ever died or now I little while before Mr.
Jennings was
danger and dread of the consumptivecan
been buried in Florida. He said Messrs. Galloway- Rodgers and t
be prevented stopped by taking elected to the legislature because he I
speakers were born not made, and as Gordon all made short speeches German aad I hostile the
to
Syrup liberally regularly. was creation of a rail.

speech making was not in his line he 1 throwing bouquets at one another.C. Should ;you be able to go to a warmer road commission and demanded tbat and Boy'sSuits ;

1 would leave the oratory to those whovould L. Bittinger candidate for treasurer clime you will find that of the thousands Hernando county be relieved from its

follow him. made a short talk, after whichhe ot consumptives there, the few
'-. who are benefited and regain strengthare operation
G. Mathews regretted that read a circular signed by himself.
George. those who use German Syrup. Up to the time of his election Mr.
' he did not feel physically! equal to-the The contents of the circular wen not
: Trial bottle had
25c. regular bottle 75c. Jennings made a public it cord

occasion of making a forceful talk, as very enthusiastically received as all For sale by Antimonopoly DrugStore along no other line. and( Pant

it Is bis intention to do his best in his seemed to think much might have Proclaiming the virtue ot "standingby : I,

weakest precincts (of which he considered been better unsaid. his friends," Mr. Stockton's
Itinerary of County Candidates.
Citra one) so would in a few T. E. Pasteur said he had promisedto
friend, old Senator Call have laid
Mcintosh April 23. poor claims You ever your eyes on. Come now, t.
words make his announcement and attend the office of treasurer to the
Romeo and Dunuellon, at Dunn- that he plajed him false in 1897 and
trust the balance to the ballot box on best of his ability which he had j,
ellon, evening April 27. deprived him of the fruits of tbe

May 10. He paid his lespects to his done and he hoped it had been suchas Summerfield Pedro, Belleview, victory he had fairly won in the

favorite for president-Hearst, and to warrant his return. Candler and Lake Weir, at Summer- canvass before the people. The Boston
field afternoon 2:30 April 29.
took a shot at Belmont, Hill and Messrs. J. C. Mathews and Alfred Hostile to Mr. Flaglerit is disc ver- Store.44
Slow Bluff and Linadale, at Mo: s
others of their wing of the party. Ayer, respectively, had their say. Bluff, afternoon 2 p. m., May 3. ed that Mr. otucKton pulled this good I

John B. Floyd, the "no fence" candidate They made things lively for a short I Grabamville and Salt Springs, at man's leg for money to put into the

said he announced himself while but have agreed not to let Grahamville forenoon 2 p. m., May 5. Times-Uiiion and as the investment

two years ago on an original platform rumors abroad disturb the serenity of Martel, Blitcbtou and Cotton proved disastrous be saddled the r a. :1JA } a

constructed by bims.elf. but since that I their campaign.Mr. Plant 6 1904., at Carter's Poud a. m. May property on the kindly. east coast erased t

time his opponents have been purloining I BobHtt was the only commissioner Kendrick, Ocala and Shady GloVe, benefactor and now abuses him for rVk j

the same-plank at a time- candidate to speak. at Ocala, e'eningay 6. owning it.Opposed. ) h s frequent headset; a"bsd of tler yzi

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appetite tnabinty t .lee ...
p R t a morbid. ,,
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to national banks reeling IUs Dot lleCe &ar1l1 euo
: Mr. so ae dUo ltttude; IUMJ; ;

Stockton has nearly all his life been a ,. ItS's the Liver.

national banker and in his Ocala
a Don't fan to Get to-Q1 at
speech gave a glimpse of the enormous fOUl drantatt t bottle ot .
J. M. MEFFERT\ JNO. H. TAYLOR
profits derived therefrom.
jHERBINE7
Opposed to railroads, it has been

shown that Mr. Stockton owned and Itwfngaicklpsad 1Urc1y restoreTa LfvetKld, .
and
I OCALA ICE & PACKING COMPANY.We feel dgeUve like a new organs to thet nonzu.lfunrat I,'. y,Sb" fr j '
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operated one until very recently. SO woman art r UkWc .bI t r.4 .,- : '_

Opposed to rebates, it has been conclusively Cents ALL DRVCCl5TS.

proven that Mr. Stockton t

has been a large beneficiary the -- ------ -.4:

system.

With an eye single to the public good Florida East Coast l Ry.

in the Ocala convention Mr. Stockton

displayed a patriotic willingness to LOCAL TIME CARD No.55. In Effect Apr. 12,1904,

sacrifice every man on the ticket forth
SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. K '1Hw' .*,
beg to announce to the peopleof retention of Treasurer Collins and -,'_ .,

what followed is a matter of history.To No.99 No.29 I ITA TlGU. i M !Mi; M
11:1111.: Dwy. 1$1.11 I !l eta rt

those who believe that consistency IICJp 94\\)a...... Lw ................ N 5a; ;
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Ocala and surrounding country is a jewel, Mr. Stockton's public 61Sp 1955a...........................$4. ......................, T.. J'I' v
e 51 p 112':& ................... ....... 4 M. .it
record does not look liKe a string of 7CGp1142a.a.: ......... ............ ...... .. i t area ..
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very glittering pearl 735i 213p.v .
that furnish ___Gtij 1115x.Lv..P-'ra ................_ ...,. ...'..''.' 4iaa r.r. j :U.I. :
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to. Woman is often referred to by man 833 i 833p .......................... '........W.I J................ .,.-.-.. I I-. \ .
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"doubling his joys and halving his 'n- ,
That be 1 t1 1222p ........LY.. .............................-... -, M .-
E them with Ice We have modern I sorrows. may complimentary s CSp 1233p......0................... .......................... 'flea a t.j s
new but it would seem to be rather 81T j 1t3p ..........' ................ ........... t, .! M ,.
a cap 1 lip .................... =. .......................... ..1 ".. ,.
hard on the woman. For in plain g CII 121p..0: ............ ... ( i. .
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terms it that where 8 23 133p ..... ......Pots ........ ...........n... I 15 d .
means things are 9 e :a I C5p............... .. ......_.......... -. I '
machinery and efficient men and will going; well with the mau his wife 1011 :2 I 21 p ................. ................. ......"... .. ;; '.'
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makes: them go better. But when 11:7 3:5 p ..:......................... ..................... ..... ,.i i." J k.I.
things ill with him 1141 3 4 3 P....................a................ ........ .- ti I J:
are going be expects 1914 t C3 p ............................ ................... .. l '.. s tE iJ
be the wife to share half his burden. 12 23 t lap .............................a.;..............._........a...?... 1 .. a 3.
able to fulfill the requirements of 108 t Ctp ........................... .......... ................ ,........ U a .. .
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And there's more truth than poetry in 2 09 5 43 p ...............................1& ........ ....................., i I 1 I ''.'a. t. w a.
IS 'P .. .. ...... 1t. McAllb..,,........... .. ,
his presentation of masculine selfishness. E 38 a 61p: ..:::...::....::.::::......,..71..............._ ...: :::.: ., i. "t a. .-..i
Men dou't appreciate the fact 2 'S C lSp ...........-.1..._............. ...... t' a _
the trade and 141 Ii 23 p ...............................7.RiM...............::., .I It.., a
promptly satisfactorilyand that the strain of motherhood is a bur- II 23p .............................. ... .......,. ....... ., ;t v .a s
den than all S47s Ii Cl ..... ...................1ole i. n............. .... ; p l .: a4T .
bigger the loads that rest a 71 p ............. _..........Rut Jttptav ........ .. .. b 1 .s. .
upon male shoulders. They see tbe I t21 1ilp ..........................W.-.....: :.......... -... I p''t .
433 a C3p .......,...................... ...
solicit a share of wife grow thin, pale, nervous and 308 81Sp .._..........................
patronage. II) a Sup .................... ........Ior."I. ; ra.
worn without a thought that she is 82923 p ....................... : I > .
over.burdened. Amcng the pleasant 848a 9 18 p .:.. ...................-.LMI/w cu.... ...... .. t a. ", .
'Zooa SC PI.1 .........................At ....... -.)........ ... .... .. 1 /ae
letters received by Dr. Pierce are these I 1
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from husbands who have waked up -- '----= *- alas
before it was too late to tbe crushing SANFORD I3EANCII. OBA5ea lyY ."!loa.

burdens laid upon the wife, and in tt. Daily No.ll I S1''TI0 1. I TNia t u, i's I .,..: hatt.aa. 11.. t 1 I h i

f j H'H'x search for help have found in Dr. T 05 aILT.........TItuITll1e.........Ar' 1n: 30: 31... Jw. .1tIuIM. .AII if" t--L
Pierce'a Favorite Prescription a restorative 813<..O.teen..A! una au U"ib tL .e4s. r!

which has given back to the 865&& LT..Entel'1)rtse..A.......... & % ....::::. iu amo.. a Ie e: 11 11-rw,:u', nra tk..flit.. cup Ji .try. J II'

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mother the health of the maiden and

the maiden's happinass. "Favorite Sunday N0.23 SUlday No.21 I No.t9 N::J; I MA YPOBT' ...II It, 101... ,.
Daily.
Prescription" always helps, and almost only only Sunday uc pt DD"CR. ...." .. '
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cured ninety-eight out of every; hundred t 2C3p 1018 CCbp 828& ............So.J<<>k..t........... ...
a n 1060. 643p Uh..J>..le Baal ............ ? -IDl'
women who have used it when U5 1063a 84h 904&..............UaaUe Hei.N. .........
WATCH afflicted with diseases peculiar to SC 1110. 7CO ............ )(aJpott ............ ... M
FOR THE BLUE WAGON. I -- -- --- -
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< women.'u I OCCIDENTAL- STEAMSHIP MNKECTJWS AT mAKI

The monthly Presbyterian church I CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT HUSH WITH STEAMSHIP Of THE P. 4 0.L S. iIMPAR, ...+

\ social was held with Mrs. Robert I HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
OC L ICE t1 PAG ING COMPANY. *.
Blake Monday afternoon and was'! avery '_ .
These Time Tables show the tiia- .&whidk train i.., d ..... ..
pleasant occasion. Light re from the several stations bIn tblr arrival 01'dt- tWe M &Iatt t1aaRe stscwty''Ir.
nor doe8 the CompCU1Y hold itself I'fspIH1111e for 11 &Jtz1iirt:
stay delay
or .
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aa euftI t1. I:" al"from. /
J. M. MEFFERT. JNO. H. TAYLOR freshments were served and quite a .

large number were present who enjoyed -
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in tbe extreme Mrs. Blake's : ,
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for nothing. Neither did education BUtWJl4G KOREAN PALAQtt -
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l unless It could be applied. What a Big Price Far Pigs. rli It ,Y, S
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m man was in himself, not what he had Superstitious Populace IjrcJUd Over One of the growing stock: farmers of

not who his relatives were, was the Fire-Lots 3000000. this region is Mr. H. H. yhitworthand

J test.erything.Ability" and character were ev Seoul, April 16.-S p. .-The emperor whose name is destined to be

received in audience this even-
I In his old age leisure came to Sen- mixed up very intimately with the
lag the members of the diplomatic
t ator Hearst, and be Interested himselfIn
progress and development of the
I corps. The emperor had apparently
Senator public affairs. He gave to the Pa-
Hearst
recovered from the shock caused by county. I
cific coast its first Democratic news-
paper-the first Democratic newspaperthat the burning of' the palace, and was He purchased ,the well-known L

received special dispatches from calm making inquiries as to the healthof Moore place and is growing on it Iy

Guided the east-and so emancipated the news the legations etc.
.His Boy ; from the editing of the Associated Many Koreans believe that the burn breeds of fine stock that will make it t I /i 'iA

Press, which, on its political side, was ing of the palace was of political significance famous in coming years. L :. a,

conducted in the interest of the Repub- in that it will force the emperor We might cite as an example the 'Ig:1

lican party exclusively Of this news to return to the Kyong Bok palace

Father and Son Worked Together For paper, the San Francisco Examiner, in the outskirts of the city, where fine two months and 22 day's old ; ,

he made a gift to his son, William' the queen was assassinated in 1896 pigs that he sold at the Chambliss -I 'I s
Democracy and the it'\
Sturdy California Randolph Hearst, when the latter left and his suite fled to the Russian lega: sale at auction and which brought the '

Pioneer Found Great De system Harvard of, and Hearst from that beginning, embracing the- tion. The emperor, however, refusesto magnificent price of f 25 per pair. 1,1 1h, ; 4 I
newspapers
return, cialming that the palace is
light In the latter's 'industry and the continent, has grown. Father : haunted by the murdered queen. He This Is i bigger price than is paid 4 I ar

and son worked together for the Democracy prefers to remain in the imperial library for those at the Vanderbilt farms at I$ u il 4L
I Achievements.
The boy's achievements in
in the Kiuziken where he took Biltimore after attaining the 5
Journalism were the delight of the age of
refuge during the fire until the palaceis
t "I'm feeling very lonely," saM ex. enator.. He was proud of his son rebuilt. months. /

Senator Jones of Nevada in the Hoffman and fond of him as not many fathersare. Marion is :: 4 )
The electric plant which was total rapidly coming to the )
Their close and I
t House, New York the other day. intimacy was Y L I Jr
loving. ly destroyed together with thousands front.
early all the old timers are '
gone
The son comes honestly by his Democracy of dollars' worth of Instruments and
now-the men who stood out from the Kings Daughters Concert.
Most men Inherit their poll- machinery will be reinstalled. The

crowdln the west-and It took a pretty tics as a sort of unthinking party habit heaps of smouldering ruins are being At a called meeting of the Kings .

i food man to do that. but Senator Heart's Democracy was. guarded by a cordon of vigilant tol- Daughters Friday morning in the : \\ I ., ,

It certainly did, for the early comerst a matter of living Ideas and sentiments diers. The suparitltloua popalace is '

California and Nevada were not an whi_h he transmitted by example -J excited and depressed over the fire annex of the Baptist church it was

f ordinary lot. In brains, body and vigor and instruction. He believed in regarding.it as an evil portent. decided to give & benefit concert

they rose far above the average of hu- the people-not that they had any The fire furnished a wonderful spec Tuesday night April 26, at the

g manity, or they would not have forced magical way of being always right tacle. The steep mountains about Armory. The proceeds will be givento J r
but because he had seen no set of men \
their way to the frontier. And to rise the city were lighted up at though it
who were so much wiser and better Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Lindsay, I Ali -
above this young and energetic and were day, hurrying crowds of frantic
than the majority that they should be
I daring population argued the possession commissioned to rule. Koreans and Japanese troops arrived whose furniture and clothing were

r of very exceptional qualities. "The people" the old senator would on the scene in double quick: time. destroyed in the Manse fire last Wed .

I That U why the "Pacific coast mill say, "can make fools of themselves There was extreme fear for the American nesday morning. Mrs. Lindsay is the -- .. -
lionaire" has always been an interest- sometimes, but they've got no monop- legation for a time. American : -
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organizer and president of the Kings
oly on that weakness. If they don't marines formed a bucket brigade and ,

i know what's best for them, they're a United States Minister Allen took Daughters and the benefit concert will

good deal more likely to than others extreme precautions to prevent the be a mark of the esteem in which We conduct a strictly First Class
whose Interest it Is to work them." flames reaching the legation.All .
she ia held. The and other
What he stood for, by instinct and the Korean government records program

conviction the newspapers of his son, and accounts were here with much details will be announced later.A .
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;, whom he admired as much as he lov- treasure. portion of the proceeds will also

ed, stand for-government of the people The loss is estimated at 3000000. be "EACII LY
Mrs. Clara STORE"Any
to Burnside
by themselves, to the end that we given who LIQUOR

t may have in this republic equality of had a room at the Manse and was so
FREIGHT RATE WAR.
i rights and no privileged ,class.
unfortunate as to lose her furniture

Agreement Reached Which Puts an and a good many of her clothes.
IN INTEREST OF PRODUCERS. End to Same. desiring "cheap stuff" need not apply to us. If you want purl,

New York, April 18.-Aa agreement Century Plant Blooming. mellow and nuaritious whisky, that you can drink, give to your wife, chlSa
Hearst Bill to Prevent Railroad Discrimination or friend, and be free from headache, we will take pleasure In wring you :
In Favorof has been reached which puts an end Mr. L. N. Green has: a century plant and see to it that you are fully satisfied. We quote. Cue 12 nU

Trust to the freight rate war on traffic on his place that* is Spring Dale, Baltimore Rye qts. $1.50. gal. $5.50. . ...................... f li.0t
: 4 Representative William Randolph from New York to St. Louis and His throwing out a Family Cabinet, Maryland Rye qts. $1.25. gal. $4. 50..................."....M itw)

Hearst has Introduced an Interstate sourl river points. stem and will soon be in full flower. Brntsu, Maryland Rye qts. 1.00, gal. $3.50............................ ...... ... 1000XXXX

/c commerce bill in congress which designs Hereafter, the parties in interest will Sometimes the flowering stein on Monongahela Rye 4 full qta.: 13.3) Express charge prepaid.
r Coupons with every purchase to our semi-monthly free distribution..
act in harmony in maintaining schsd'
to prevent unjust discriminationby these plants are so straight,* tall and guarantee satisfaction or refund your money.
transportation companies in favor ule. The agreement brought about References: National Bank of Jacksonville, the Merchantile Ajrencief.'
of trusts and against producers of through arbitration has been concluded stately that they are called "Cleo. Remit by P. 0. or Express money order. Goods shipped promptly and la

,.I farm products and manufactured arti- between the Mallory steamshipline patra's Needle" and frequently reacha plain boxes.

: cles. This bill is of the greatest im- the Mobile and Ohio Railroad height of twenty feet. --- -- --
:1r portance to the farmers of the coun- company and the Chesapeake and OHM -
r, that it will limit the exactions Having bloomed they wither and "
in
try Railroad In brief the arbitrators
company. TERM
r placed upon producers by traffic com- decided that rates from New ; die, but the bloom, which requires a [ A Will.? )

t binations.The York to St. Louis via Mobile shall bt century in the making, is so beautiful 1 ,
bill provides for the creation of
tVTLLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST. an "Interstate commerce court." which the same as via Virginia and South that the time is not regarded as baying f i Have you decided on the kind o
Atlantic ports. The trouble began
,f lag figure in the east, where men are will have Jurisdiction over, all ques- several months ago when the lines doing been wasted and has given rise to I/jII fertilizer you are going to use? It'snot
Interstate commerce
regimented and classified and conventionalized tions affecting beautiful thoughts both in i l a question of how
I and give effect to orders of the,interstate : I business over the Mobile route reduced many ,;I much, but

until they cease to possessor commerce commission. Under I rates to a point considerably prose and poetry. g what kind when the best result
shrink from showing individuality. '
; its provisions the Interstate commerce below those prevailing on the northern be obtained.
Senator Jones spoke of the friends ; can You can't make a
commission will, after investigation, route. '" '
whom death has removed especially of mistake when
use
r you our high grade
have authority to fix rates In .lieu of
his once colleague in the senate, George -ti fertilizers.
unjust and unreasonable rates estab- Defalcation Cleared Up. ,
and of John W. Mackay.
Hearst lished by transportation companies.One New York, April 18.-Reports of a i tr n Away '
l These two and Jones himself were of the important features of the defalcation by an employe of the $500J" I Highest cash price paid for dry bones;
rich Californians most :
f f the three very r i ntoraskan
Hearst act Is a provision which will National bank of the *
I f because most characteristic of Chemical one ''iMilna dealer for
I their liked day.11 made their money in effectively prevent discrimination hi largest financial institutions here, full particulars ana.i ne;_;::p.e: card ofn" ": FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG COOT
the allotment of freight cars to ship-
the mines, and all were humanized instead _- have been cleared up by a statement ; GalntsvilU FU.
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of hardened by wealth. pers. The withholding of cars from from Cashier Francis Halpin. It 13 '1"v ."-' \....... -
points and shippers not in favor with
The California pioneer was personified to the effect that a trusted man who THE SANITARY V.:L COATING.Destrnvs .
the railroad managers and the grant- I
f by Senator Hearst In perfection. of service to the Stand- disappeared ten days ago after having ing adequate
He began at the bottom, with empty faithfully served the bank 22 years i Never rues or sy'-'o. You can apply it
ard Oil, the coal and the steel trusts >l-mixwtthccllt: tl::'. L'eatiuleueets WEN NT _
pocket, a pair of willing hands, a have been one of the constant and effi- and in the investigation of his accounts ,'on walls and 11v.;_..e and delicate tints.
-'i NOT a d; el1:>1:-brceub out-of-date
pluck that nothing could discourage discrimination. discloses that they are out of
cient methods of unfair hct-; water glapreparation.! Kalso-
and a resolution to succeed that compelled The Hearst bill will stop this. proof t8 the extent of 22538. The vr.i'ies\ eat: : and Every Grower in the StateTo
I mixi.a wish not water arj stuck on with
to
success. When millions. me missing man was a clerk in the check .glue, which r:"J. r >crrst! ;: germs of
c him he remained the same man his fellow -I department.IN %, C.Ly.ly deaa.3. .. ,':...1.r1! :beg and sealing Have Our Books:
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clearheaded w,,'" I":._;\ alis.d"ti irg_and fnrnitare.
knew :
f miners In the gulches } .
: Buy Al;:15ti.: 1'1 lb pkgs.. *'
shrewd, direct, good humored properly latch i'!, c: f..:::*, t. t\7are }'LOIlID..EGET.'nl -A complete manual on Florid erope.

,t and hearted. The management of BLIZZARD'S GRASP. Sand. drugdealers.: .L.a"' .,.1.'; of tints, .'FLOIUD.OR.XGES"Book of special interest to Orange Ore wen.FLORIDA .
warm "Hint-onDew 'I"- : ( -Tt-tV
vast and complex Interests was as easyto GD j.FASM i>as free. ,,,_,:,;.,,,!.''., \\.i:Ks.;...;,...y'.. STKAWBEUUIEy-Bookltton "Soll.Varietiw, Cultlf.
o .
him as the handling of the rockerat Heavy Snowfall Reported in the Ad. ,rtadR2pit.Hici!' tion, and Fertilization."

Long Tom. but he did not seem to irondack Mountains. For sale. by Mclver&Mackay H. B. :Masters.I 'HUSH POTATOES*'-Booklet on Boil, Seed, Planting and Cultivating,

recognize that this talent differentiated Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and Flipping" Y

him from his comrades of the mines. Glen Falls, N. Y., April 18.-The "PIXEAPPLE FEUTILI/IXG--Of bpedal interest to r..wnppie i

should money change a man?" EELS whole Adirondack country today is in growers.
Why
T-.; PQ I
10" he would say in conversational intimacy the grasp of a blizzard which for severity 'IDEAL FEIirLIZEllS"-tiook showing all our dltr.rout araad,

"except to make him bigger and has not been equalled duringthe analyses, prices, etc. s
better by enabling him to be his best past winter. x New and Revised Editions of above, just published sent FREE for tilt asking

self? If you're poor you have to do From 10 to 15 inches of now fell
else gives WILSON a TOOMEft FERTILIZER COMPANY
what you can and somebody i during the night.

you orders, but If you're" rich you're I The country roads are blocked and OCALA SEED STORE ,AGENTS OC.t...,. }'I.\.

free to be what you like. j traffic on steam and electric lines in A. I r\. H(1WKES, Optician,
millionaire liked --- ------
And this particular this section is delayed.
to be a democratic American. Established 1370. JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. AEO.W.HYDE, Vie Prw

J That Is what distinguished the successful Want New Trial. Commencing over thirty years ago in
i the most part the smallest way the firm has stead-
5 Californians for Raleigh N. C., April 18.-Attorney iyt and rapidly grown, until now
of superiority The First National BankOF
Assumption
1 i their democracy. 1. C. L. Harris, of Raleigh, has goneto HA WKES' SPECTACLES AND 1
to being different WAY.
pretension HIS "TAKING"
I Washington to apply to Associate EYEGLASSES have a national I
k In kind from those around them, arrogance -': Justice Harlan, of the United States leputation, and are used in every GAINESVILLE.The
aloofness-these traits were for- Trusts Pear Ilearst. and the south. .
town city througnout
r bidden by their knowledge of life and The trusts and the so called business I supreme court, for a writ of error, in These famous glasses are used by the Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County
of
are afraid of i the case Alfred Daniels, a negro, best class of people in all communities. -
l sense of humor. Interests of the country under death sentence for murderingthe old merchantsof Capital . . . . . . .. . ... .. .. .150,000 00 I
confessed that he was because they do not know They are only by
r Senator Hearst fortune. Roosevelt afraid of father of United States Senator recognized reliability of whom Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .. .. .._. .. .. 20,00((' 00
t made humble by his good what he may do. They are
I nearly a middle aged man," Hearst because they know what he Simmons. Harris bases his application there are now over 11,000 handling Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank In the
"I was these goods; ana when it is remem state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants Corporation
I started from California do hence they are moving heaven upon the ground that there was ,
"when will
he related ; bered that there is only one agent in Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All buslntM x
f over the mountains with a and earth to induce the Democrats to discrimination against Daniels on account town, the wonderful demand for them transacted promptly. ''

I t f. party for the new Washoe mines. The nominate some man on whose favor of his race, and that the com- can be somewhat appreciated.For 0-17 H. E. TAYLORCahlr

i day was hot the grade steep, and I they may surely rely. This Is the situ- missioners of Jones county, where he sale by 1

i r fell behind. I got off my horse and ation In a nutshell.-Tyler TeL) Democrat was tried, had no names of negroesin DR.ANDERSON.Never .

l sat down in the shade, flicking the dustIn the jury box.TELEGRAPHIC. Peddled. --

t l.. the road with my switch and wondering -
If I'd better go on to the Corn- Hearst Against the Field. BREVITIES. McMillan Bros

stock turn back. I'd left a little mill William Randolph Hearst1 candidacy -
or
has advanced so far Muscogee tax collector collects Burnett
behind-nothlng much but there was a for president Jerry
r t la It. If I went ahead to this that it's now a question between more money than books called for i
I ; living I'd "Hearst and the field." What a shaking thereby making state record. 1
were go tI
untried field the chances I Southern Copper Works
I broke and have to begin all ovt:: again. up Hearst has given a lot of old Can grand juries act in absence ol I I Merchant

the boys, Just as dry bones who Jeered at the very suggestion the judge is the problem iu Richmond 1
I! II-[: much But I for started company's after sake as anythingelse l of Hearst's name nine months county. I Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills rand

: t and Inside a year I'd made my ago!-Seattle Times. Conduct of university students in I Tailoring.

r: first million. camp at Gainesville elicits mucb : General Metal Workers.
to me es War Proverb.
did that happen praise.
ow. why Is old German proverb Ocala, Florida. " "
There an
well have
pecially! It could Just as Battleship Texas now holds worl1i'srecord

t. happened to anybody else. which says. "A war leaves three armies for rapid and accurate gunnery. Finest Imported and Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

Put on airs becauseyou've struck good : behind of it-an cripples army and of an widows army an of After a day of quiet routine pro Domestic Cloths. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or r
It rich? Oh I've seen too many army ceedings the senate was treated to a' r
thieves." wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
\c deserved to succeed Cutting a SpecialtyFits
who
! men go down spirited speech by Mr. Bailer Just before *
bad fellows get on Guaranteed. follcwing works .
and too many to oe !Sharks Menace Fish Iad.*try. adjournment on the question of : ? kFAYETTt.

who ought to have gone down. 1 A specie of shark known as "dog- civil service. :Mr. Bailey announcedin I t VILLE N. C. SAVANNAH
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OAt
.; puffed up by my own r fish," has become so numerous along plain terms that he had no sympathy FOE a1KID11EYCUR: ,
days
Those early I ll 4 I
I'm Just thankful the shores of New England that the with the "irridescent dream" MONILEr
tried men out. To be of a distingufen- menaced. Makes Xidaevs and Bladder R'*% J J.ACKS..IVILLE. FLA AA.
Is seriously _
counted fish Industry of civil service,
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OUR FflCTIONRI FIGHT. cans he literally "beat the stnffin" All EDITORS PRIVATE OPINION OF
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out of the "regular" It did me RODGERS.In .
more goo i than .anything that had MR. STR USS & CO.
Messed from the Other Side-Stripling .
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happened for a long time. The morning ,
Makes Some very Interesting after the election, the "regulars"' a private letter to Allan Rod "1 s ,

the editor of tie Punta Gorda Herald
Comments. looked aa mean and as cheap as ifUu.y

had been stealing sheep. It was has this to say:
Hon. J. N. Stripling, U. S. district .
really a more brilliant victory than Punta Gorda, *,a,, March 28,1904.< WHOLESALE
attorney for the southern district of I
Frank Theo.
Pope's victory over
Hon Allan Rodgers, Deals, Fla.
Florida, baa writteu a letter to a Willard in Madison county, in 188:. MY DEAR ALLAN Your esteemed* Ii IiH

friend in Lake City in which he favor of the 25th came yesterday,
makes some comments which will A ORE(1T MAY FESTIVAL and was an agreeable surprise to Wt>.

Of course I know you are a candidatefor Whisky Dealers.OCALA
prove interesting reading at this .
time. A Week of Pleasure-Floral Parade, sheriff, and I also know that you

Spectacular Ball, Gun Shoot, Po- never" forget your friends no matter
He says: where they go or whether they live
litical Rally, Etc. I '
I do not deny that I, some years ago, or die. FLORIDA.
encouraged and supported what was A week of pleasure is planned for i. If I did not just have to be here on L HJt1

then known as the "straight-out" or all Florida in Tampa's great annual May 10th, I would run up to Ocala _

bolting faction of the democracy in May Festival. There will be events and sing your praises at the polls '

l this county, which was led by my suitable for the entire family. Now. there. I am sure you will win, you
friends, John Stockton, J. M. Barrs have never jet failed in any worthy
is the time after the work of the
and others. I have always thought attempt, and you will not do so in
myself engaged In the performance of winter, to bring the family to Tampaat this instance.I Sell the Best Liquors

a patriotic duty and that I was ren- greatly reduced rates to enjoy the have watched your career as reported -

dering the greatest servke to my one opportunty of the kind during in the Ocala and neighboring
country when attempting to disruptthe the newspapers, and have always rejoicedin ;a For the Least Money.
year.
organized democracy, which, as your success. Of course I remember
you and I view it, is a party absolutely There will be a series of seven fine those old times way back in '82, .

devoid o! principle, and I might add, concerts, the tickets for the series and subsequent: years,and it givesme ; iliii :

with scarcely a patriotic impulse. At costing one dollar, single concerts, great pleasure to recall them, as I ;

the time to which you refer there was fifty cents. There will be scenes and often do.Your 8A OR

no hope of electing a republican selections from the operas, a magnificent exploits since thenin building ; Remember Our Motto. : ;. \ j ;

ticket in Duval county, and as an op- children's spectacular program, good roads, and doing other com- "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEAUNG.r ."
offered itself in the of
portunity shape mendable deeds have attracted the attention -
a split in the democratic party, I concluded a popular concert of choruses and of the state. Every time I coca e.+i a i'r '

that the next best thing to do solos, a fascinating lady minstrels, have passed Ucala in recent years I nCAI1',

was to breed strife and encourage dis- fine piano music, a charming cantata have cast the eye of admiring remembrance -

senters in the ranks of the enemy. and perhaps best of all the great on that spot back of the Ocala
With this object in view, Dennis House which was once famous as I
oratorio "Creation" given by soloists, \ e especially call your attention to the following
Eagan, as chairman of the republicanstate "Allan Rodgers' Zoological Gardens,"
central committee, and I, as festival chorus, two pianos, organ and You know you took me through it specialties:

chairman of the republican congres full orchestra. several times to show me the deer,

eional committee for this district: both The floral parade in which handsomely 'coons, birds, etc. You did not needto 111 Strauss' '76, four full"quarts, $6; twelve full quarts $16.

encouraged in a quiet way, our decorated private carriages, remind me of the old days, they
republican friends to support the in. in in
keep green my memory as
dependent ticket led by my friends, floats of the secret societies, military yours. Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3.50; twelve

Stockton and Barrs. We were in- companies, fire companies, gayly Wishing you the greatest success, L L full quarts, $10.

duced to take this step by the very costumed horsemen, bands and others political and otherwise,

same motives that impelled the entire will appear. Sincerely your old and grateful Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles, $2.90;

republican organization to endorse. There will be races on the Tampa friend, twelve bottles, 850.
Frank Pope as an independent democratic A. P. JORDAN.
candidate for governor in 1SSLItlhaa Bay track.A .

been my observationthat whena gun shoot for large prizes will be How. C. M. Brwn on the East Coast. Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15. .

democrat once bolts the action of one of the great events.A Fort Pierce, Fla., April 11, 1904.

his party organization he will, sooneror match will be played by Hon.C.M.Brown,Ocala, Fla.
later,land squarely in the ranks of bowling DEAR SIR-We, the undersigned P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express on these Goods. _
Jacksonville and Tampa teams. ( -
the republican party, and, as you petitioners, citizens of Brevard coun- g pafln 9 tair3; :
.know, they always 'make devilish The political rally Thursday, May ty, hereby request that you visit Fort All goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same day i

good fighters. The truth of this assertion 5, will be a rousing event. All the Pierce, on the 23rd day of April, 1904, as the order is received.

I think, is illustrted by the congressional, senatorial and guber- and address our citizens onithe issues ,W Agents for PABST MILWAUKEE BEER. .
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action of the'gold democtats:, who, in natorial candidates will be present of the campaign.The .
1896,shouted for Palmer and Buckner Respectfully
"just before the battle" to occur May above petition was received ,
and voted and prayed for the electionof
McKinley. 10. There will be flags, bands, plentyof yesterday by Mr. Brown, and is signed SiRaUSSfklO: -

You remember, too, the case of Billy chairs and lots of room for all the one :hundred and thirtyeightvoters STRAUSS & CO.OCALA

Mahone, of Virginia, and olher conspicuous visitors.: The rally will be held in of Brevard county, headed by .

cases that might be mentioned. Tampa Bay Park. the mayor of Fort Pierce.A .
What is true in this respect of a FLORIDA..r
events are being planned.A .
democrat is also true of a republican.I Aquatic Chattanooga Druggist's Statement.

call your attention to Wayne Me magnificent spectacular ball to __ 114t
Veigh and Walter Q. Greshman, two be given Friday evening will close Robt.- J. Miller- proprietor of theRead -. ,-." ,>- -.. .u.. -- -'---. --.. .. ,. '.-. .-- ,. --.--------'. ---- .- H
House Drug !Store, of Chatta-
prominent republicans woo refused to the festivities.The .
nooga, Tt-nn., writes: "There is
support turned up Blaine in Cleveland's in 1884 and cabinet.finally week will be crowded with more merit in Foley's Honey and A Man To

The wisdom of the policy I pursuedby events and, aside from the special ar than in any other cough syrup. Hard| Beat.
The calls for it
encouraging the democratic boltersin features, there are the many attrac- multiply wonderfully
and we sell more of it than other
this county is demonstrated by the tions of the city which always render any .
fact that since that cough syrups combined." Postoffiee
ever time each a visit to Tampa so enjoyable. Store.
faction has been engaged in holdingup Drug m
Everybody should be there. All
to public gaze the frauds and misdeeds *
roads lead to Tampa in the first weekof Fatal to Ann.
of the other. If what they say I
of each other ia true, the whole bunch May. After driving people to distraction

ought to be in the penitentiary.A Chronic Bronchitis Cured. trying to figure out her age, someone .

house divided against itself can propounced the following to Ann,
had chronic bron-
"For ten I
not stand years
nor can a political party
afflicted with dissentions and inter- chitis so bad that at times I could and she succumbed. Its now up to t

nal strifes work as effectively as when not speak above a whisper." WritesMr. you: i

united and harmonius. I therefore : Joseph Coffinan, of Mount Mo- Come hither,my son.and the son of my son,

always consider it good politics for a ., renci, Ind. "I tried all remedies And the sons of my son's son's son,
And the sons of the sons of my son's son's son.
available, but with no success. For- .
minority party to breed and forment
Let each of them bring me his son:
strife and discord in the ranks of the tunately my employer suggested thatI The oldest is 10 and the youngest is 3.

opposing party. The feeling engendered : try Foley's Honey and Tar. Its And the smallest istourfeeet high;
in the ranks of the democracy of etleet waS almost miraculous, and I The largest-a scanty two feet is he-
So,figure from this,what am I?
this county by that bolt has been :3: > am now almost cured of the dread -.... .-........-...- r ,..
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t bitter and intense that ouuy persons disease. Oo my recommendation
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who are now ffiliating with tbe many people have used Foley's i
, element which led it would prefer tbe Honey anrt Tar, and always with Watch h the Kidneys
atisfaction. Postoffice Drug Store.m
election of a republican ticket rather

than S?e any person who was prominently Bank At Leesburg Dynamited. WHEN THEY ARE AFFECTED LIFE 19 ,
" connected with the regular IN DANGER
Friday morning about one o'clockthe
democratic organization at that time -
elected to any office. bank at Leesburg was dynamited.The A WORD OF WARNING

1 repeat. that I do not intend to have explosions awakened a citizen by I, S
Dr. ABERXBTDT
the great English
anything to do with the approaching the name of Rush who took his shot
physician and surgeon, well known to al
democratic pow wow, but since you and went on an investigation expedition T lro
gun physicians,sounded words of warning to fy.
ask me about some of the candidates
but when be approached the the medical profession and to all mankind< I h
, I will say thai I know very little of $ r
when he uttered the words Watch
the
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Governor bank the robbers fired upon him and .
Jennings I
personally.
kidneys; when they art affected lift is
have met him on several occasions made their escape. "

and have found him to be a veryagreeable They got no spoil. in It danger.is the duty of these organ to keep The lIon) who buys HARDWARE of

affable gentleman; personally Dry Goods at Cost. oar blood strained of poisonous Impurities
, I like him very much. I do that are capable of causing the most fatal
Know Taliaferro Stockton and Barrs. The "Fair1' having decided upon MARION H
,:. forms of disease. meD they do not per. RDWARE
Taliaferro is what you might call one running an exclusive: grocery store form their work'properly,then trouble lit COMPANY
: of those "yallar dog" democrats. By will of its at cost.
, dispose dry geods sorna form Is lure to follow sooner or later
this, I mean he is one of those fellows It presents a good opportunity to and if neglected,_death will follow.
who will get on his party platform AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" _
Wi scoop bargains. Go over to the "Fair"and Some of the mOlt important symptom
and there
stay without regard to its are, aching in the back or hips,swollen
wisdom or expediency, and, as the see just how cheap you can buy ankles, puffiness under the eyes, dry or STOVES AND RANGES
vulgar saying is vote for the things.
, "yaller furred tongue, unnatural appetite and
r dog" provided he is the regular Robbed the Grave. great thirst,weakness and loss of weight CHATTANOOGA

nominee of the democratic party. A startling incident is narrated by sediment or cloudiness the urine,dryness PLOWS

'- Stockton is made of different stutt.f John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follows of the akin or strong perspiration, .
f He is one of those impetuous, couag- : 'I was in an awful condition. disorders of the stomach and liter. ELLWOOD FENCING -

'.; eons.cusses who will have his way in I My skiu was almost yellow, eyes All the above symptoms do nat appear

: spite of 'hell and high water" and sunken, tongue coated, pain continually In any one case,and all kidney disorders

(: if tbe party does not do to suit him, in back and sides, no appetite, will not present the same symptoms. A Full Line of Everything

he will simply proceed to raise hades growing weaker day by day. Three There ia nothing that BO quickly and Usually Carried in a

and "a heap of if." You know I physicians<:given me up. Then I surely makes the kidnays right as Four's "
First Class
.: have always admired that fellow. In was advised to useElectric! Bitters; to KIDDY Cuss. It la a preparation of the Hardware Store. _
the bolt of 1596 (or rather tn the bit my great joy, the first bottle made a best known remedies aced by the world's f

": ter contest in Duval of that yearcontinuingfrom decided improvement. 1 continued most celebrated kidney specialists. It b SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, TURPENTINE MILL AND MINING

the bolt at Tampa the? use for three weeks and am nowa endorsed by physicians and used fcy thoa .

some years before, I believe it was) he well.man. I know they robbed the sands. It has saved many lives,and while

made a most gallant fight against the grave of another victim. No one It cannot cure hopeless cases,it will prevent MARION. :HARDWAREACOMPANY:
original democracy with heavy odds should fail to try them. Only fifty fatal kidney troubles and give reliefIn

against him, but with the aid of some cents. Guaranteed at Tydings & Co even the last stages of kidney dlseaaa. e a:

:\? our hundred true and tried repub/i.. pruh;ists. m PostofflreBrugStorra

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

op JUDGE A. B. P RKER.1I Chicago and Florida Limited, solid MARION COUNTY.

vc." libul" train of Pullman, sleeping, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE In compliance with the laws of Florida chap
intend to apply to the Governor ter 4328, sectioa n, and having given legal
observation, library, dining ear and of the State of Florida at Tallahassee I notice as required ia the Ocala Banner, IB of

coaihes between St. Augustine and Florida. on the 23rd day of May, A. D. 1004. for By"IRTCE OF THE ACTION OF THE I tidal newspaper published in Ocala, Florida;
Letters Patent on the proposed Charter hereto State Executive Committee on ;. the Board of County Commissioner ia and Car
Chicago. Only one uignt out. attached, the original of which is now on file in Jan. 22, 1904. and the order of the Democratic Marion county Florida have this the $th
the office of the Secretary of State of the State of 1. Executive Committee of Marion county there ot At>ril. A. D. 1904 designated the iouowinr
SCHEDULE Florida, at Tallahassee Flonda. will held on the districts which were changed and establish!

Tent day of J/ay, igof, aselection districts and voting places in ttl
W. N.CAMP,
Lv St. Augustine.. P E. C. Ry..,. 7:50 ajn. county and state as follows:
a primary election in each precinct ia the county .
Ar Jacksonville! __." ........850 a.m. CLARENCE CAMP, during the hours fixed by law for holding Election District No. 8. with voting place at

Lv Jacksonville__*. C. L. Ry...>...910 a.m 1<.. C. CAMP. elections for the nomination of the following Summerfield Fla.bounded aa follow.

Ar Tifton < ......*. ..... 1.09 p.m. V J CKCAMP.: candidates for office to be voted for at the general Commence at the northeast corner of Mctioa
FRANK DRAKE election to be held on Novt mber 8. 1904- 3. township 17 south range 33 east, thence run
t LT :Tifton_. G. F. & S.Ky.ingp. m. One candidate for United States Senate. west to northwest corner of section 6, theme

I Ar Macon.--.. **. .403p.2U. PROPOSED CHARTER OF CRYSfAL RIVER One candidate for congress (first district.) south to southwest corner of section 6. thence

Lv Macon. .....C. of G. Ry.. ._ :18 p. m RAILROAD COMPANY.The One candidate for justice of the supreme west to northwest corner of section it, township *
court for full term of six years. 17, range n, thence south to the southwest
Ar Atlanta _- .. .. ... 4--.7:03: p.m undersigned do hereby associate them- Three candidates for justice of the supreme corner of section 34 thence west to northwest

Lv Atlanta..W, &. A. RY713P. m. selves together as a Body Corpoi ate. under the court. corner of section 26. thence south to county fine,

Ar Chattanooga **....10:58 p. m, provisions ot the statute laws of the State oflonda. One candidate for governor.One thence east to southeast corn r of section ".
and do publish the following Articles of candidate for secretary of state. township: 17. range 23. thenct ''J on Kcdoa
Lv Chattanooga C. &. St. L. Ry..11:05 p jn. Incorporation One candidate for attorney general.One tion line to the place of bel niug.

_. ..." .. candidate for
Nashville .
Ar ? .3:10 a. m. ARTICLE I. comptroller.One Election District No. with
j ,.. 23. voting place at
., ; ','r'" ....'. Lv Nashville L. & N. Ry ....340 p. m. The name of this Corporation shall be: CRYSTAL candidate for treasurer. Pedro described as follows:
f One candidate for superintendent of public
"V ".' Ar Evansyille-__.. ..J*. __.7-55 a. m. RIVER RAILROAD COMPASThe principal i instruction. Commence at northeast comer of section tt
",.:, _ : : place business of this corporation shall beat township 17.range 12 east. thence run west to
I Lv Evansville..... 1. &; S. Ry. ...... .8:05: a. mAr ocala Marion county, Florida with such One candidate for commissioner of agricul northwest corner of section z" ia townWp 17

1. ; St. Louts-.!_._ _"__.135 p. m. branch offices as may be adopted by the Boardof ture.One candi1ate for railroad commissioner.. south range 21 east.thence south to county line,

:rc. Evansville_E. & T. H .... Directors. thence east to southeast corner of of section! it
Lv Ry. 8:158. m One candidate for adjutant general.One .
_ ARTICLE IL township 17 south range 22 east, thence north
( ____ Ar Terre Haute ., ,... ,w.. 11-20 a. mIa candidate for state chemist. to northeast corner of section 17 thence w *t to
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The general nature of the business to be trans One candidate for judge circuit courth fifth
Terre HautccE, 1. Ry._ii35a.m. northwest corner of section 27 thence aorta to
acted by this Corporation shall be to construct judicial circuit.
Ar Chicago.:1. . . 4.10 p. m. maintain and operate a railroad from a point on Two candidates for: members of house of rep. place of beginning.Election .

This train is the standard of perfection Crystal River at or near a place called Crystal. resentatives. District No. 14 with voting place a
+ in Citrus county, Florida, to the town ot Dunn- One candidate for county judge. Dunnellon deb bounded a follow: V
in pass ncrr service. elba, in Marion county, Florida; the length of One candidate for sheriff comer of section 6,
2V4K4)V / For Pullman reservations and other such railroad so to be constructed, maintained One candidate for assessor of taxes. township 16, rang east, thence ma west to
1 information apply to ticket F. and operated as near as may be, is Fifteen One candidate for collector taxes. the county south on county line .
agent miles, and the counties of the state of Florida One candidate for county superintendent of the Withlacoochee river, thence oat
E. C. Ky., St. Augustine or A. C. L. thrcugh which said railroad is intended to be public instruction. meandering of said river to the east bldf

office 13S Bay 8t., West, Jacksonville, made. are the counties of Citrus and Marion. One candidate tor clerk circuit court. of son 7, In townsdip 17 sontb, rle
Fla. This corporation shall have the right under One candidate for county treasurer.One et. north on section line t puce of V
its corporate name to hold and enjoy such real candidate for surveyor. beginning.
: and personal property as may be necessary and One candidate for supervisor of registration. Election District No ith voting at
: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR IN I proper for the uses and purposes of building; One candidate for county commissioner in Levon,bounded deb 2 a p

maintaining, and operating its railroad, as and for each commissioners district Commence at the noret croer oi section
CORPORATION. aforesaid, aud shall have power to survey.locate One candidate for member of county board of 2,in township 17 range 2 thence na west
Construct, build, maintain, equip and operate a public instruction in and for each district. to the northwest corner c 4, township .
railroad line from or near a place called Crystal, One candidate for justice of the peace in and south, range 22 east, thence south t the V
VOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE. on Crystal river, in Citrus county, Florida. to for each district. V suthwet I corner of section 9, in township IT
i-' the undersigned will apply to his honor, the town of Dunnellon in :Marion county, One candidate for constable in and for each east, thence east to tbe southeastcorner
W. S. Bullock.judge ot the circuit court for the Florida. ustice district. rang section 9, thence south south
.. 5th judicial circuit of Flonda four weeks after The said corporation under its corporate name V Five candidates for presidential electors. west corner of section 22, thence t to the -
'j the publication of this notice tor the approvaland shall have the right to accept purchase have, Four candidates for delegates at large to southeast corner of section 23, thence north
!' :";: '" endorsement of the fallowing proposed hold lease and- vnvey any property. real, per. national convention.Two with section line to of beginning

.. : .! ; charter, to-wit- sonal or mixed which may be necessary to candidates for district delegates to national Election District pit. with voting place at

..".. On ...lprll3oth, 19 4. construct, maintain and operate said railroad convention. Orange Spnngs,bounded and described follows V
borrow Thirteen candidates for members at large of a
: and have power and right to money
.. ARTICLE I. secured a mortgage state committee.One :
and to issue bonds for same, by
Commence intersection of boundary
at the east
The name of this corporation shall be "The or all of its.said property andto candidate for county member of state
----- upon any
Brothers and Sisters of Charity" Number r. of erect such buildings depots and shops and committee.One of son 14, township ii soutn range 24
. Marion county, Florida. operate such machInery. and do such other candidate for member of nutional committee east, Odtlawaha river, the south to S
the southeast of
corner 38, townshipZr
f"J1' accordance with the laws of Florida leO
things in
ARTICLE II. south, range 24 wc t thsouthwest .
_
relating to railroad corporations.as it may deem For state convention for formulating platform t
The general nature of the business is to be tor its advantage and benefit. It shall corner of section 31 township u
.
benevolent charitable work attending the sick proper have all the rights and be subjected to all the Against state convention for formulating south,range 2 east thence nor t the nrtk.west .
-. '. burying the dead and assisting those in need liabilities as are provided in sub-chapter 5 of plat'orm.AU corner section 31, t to northwest
.
:' who are members of this association and also Revised Statutes of the State of l'lorida. and the county caudidates shall file their applications corner ot section 35. in township ti south
to protect the joungfrom viscious lives and laws amending the same. tot placing their names on primary ticket range 23. thence south t the southwest corner
of section thence
25, west to the southwest atnerofsection3townshipiz. -
habits. with Samuel R. Pyles. chairman accompaniedwith
It shall bave power for the express purposeand
: ARTICLE III. business of the their assessment fixed by county commit range 13 thenue
.. >!' exclusive use for general
: J north to waters of Orange thence with
: : : .rembership.-\Iembers: may be received corporation to construct and build ,docks, tee.A of said lake Lb.
meandering
Creek.
'.. ':\;!.V'ii,!;"'' ."n' "'i."":;';;;"::".::J": .'_'')Z'.J' '_c'w' ; ; .. who are ot good character and standing. and wharves, elevators and bridges. or to lease the. second primary will be held on the 7th dayof thence with of
and Ma June to choose between the highest mendering Orange CI.o
Bre elected by a majority vote at any stated same operate 1904. Ocklawaha of .
-t Terminals at candidates whose nominations shall not have
meeting. __ __ rine, ,,___ .any._
u its saia line 01 raiiroau.l, wu"'A...c .t u. been made bv a maioritv vote at first nnmsrv. Election District No. u. with voting silica at
Alton Brooks Parker was born on a & large lamny ana when hIS neatia I The term for which AKULLt.this IV shall may point be upon necessary to give it transportation, and 1 hose and only those persOns shall-be' permitted Fort McCoy, bounded ad"deb as"follow:
exLt -
broke down the burden fell heavily is corporation generally to have all the power and rights as to become candidates before or to vote at or Commence on east it, ia
firm In Cortland county, New York, ninety-nine (99) years.ARTICLE. are given to railroad corporations. and shall be participate in the management of the primary township 14. range 21, on the north side of theOcklawaha

Hay li 185%. His father John upon his son John the father ot V. subjected to all liabilities as provided under the election who are white democratic electors river, thence run north to the
laws of Florida, relating to same. who declare their adherence to the principlesand northeast corner of section 36, ia township u
Brooks Parker comes of old English Judge Parker.On Names and residetces ot the subscribers-The organization of the democratic party south. range 23 east, thence west to northwest
his mother's side Judge Parker names and residences of the incorporators areas RTICLE III. national, state and county who are, by the corner of section 35.thence south to the southwest .
stock. His great-grandfather, John follow: laws of the state lawful electors of the election corner of section 35, the west to the

Parker was born In 1751 at Worcester derives good New England blood. His William Klla: Beauregard, Shady Grove Fla. be The amount Thousand of Capital Dollars Stock, divided authorized into shall 500 district in which they offer to vote, who have norwest corner of section 6. ia township 13
Couningham, Ocala Fla. Fifty
first their thence south to the southwest
paid poll taxes legally due not less corner
Mass. lie was a hardworking farm white-haired mother who lives at Der :Maria Addiscn, Shady Grove Fla. Shares of the par value of $100 per shall share be; the than ten days before the primary election and of son ia, thence east to the northeast ear

for by Conn., is a woman of refinement, Jane ilymp, Ocala Fla. same shall be non-assessable and when paid who shall when challenged by any elector si n 30. thence south to the southwest
the
Ir'ben war Independencebroke Zachriah> for lawful of the United :states.
Ulymp, Ocala Fla. in money
pledge in writing to abide by the result of the corner in township 14 range aj,
Stock has sonl6
character. InOe the
education and Ten cent. of Capital
out bo left his plow and served strong ARTICLE VI issued.subscribed per and for. primary and vote for nominees thereof. thence Ocklawaha rnr. thencewith
fcummer time she spends theJudge's been paid The registration books in each precinct openon meanderings of said river
t b
aa a prlrate under WashIngton until Managing Officers -1 his corporation shan ARTICLE IV. March 19, 1904. and close April i6. 1004- ginning. put o
vacation with him at Esopus. have as managing officers a president a vice-
IL W. LONG.
the American republic was'establishL this shall The following were named as inspec-
president. a secretary. a treasurer and a chaplain The term for which Corporation persons Attest; Cam. &L
Little Is known of him except She is a member of the Woman'sChristian who shall be elected by a majority vote at exist shall be uinety-mne (99) years. tors: S.T. SISTRUNK, Clerki e C.

Temperance Union. The a stated annual meeting and shall hold office Ocala, Box i. T. D. Lancaster,J. Williams .
that he was a man of pluck and inde- until disqualified. ARTICLE V. and C. L. Bittinger. .

pendence and was greatly respectedby giant sits before hi! mother while she ARTICLE VIL The business ofthis corporation shall be conducted Ocala, Box 2. L. S. Beck, W. O. Waid and P. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
lectures hi by a President Secretary and Treasurer. V. Leavengood.
solemnly mon temperance,
his neighbors. His son, John The of
I names the officers of the corporation and General Manager (more than one office
Parker. was an Intelligent man highly and, being an abstemious man smiles are as follows: William Beauregard President; may be filled by the same person). and by a P.Reddick. M. H. Rou,\V. S. Stewman and U.
Ellun Cunningham Vice-president; Mana Addison Board of Five Directors, to be elected annuallyby Billingsley. Department of the Interior Land Office at
educated and public-spirited. In and promises to be good. Her constant Secretary; Jennie Glymp. Treasurer; the stockholders and from which Board Flemington. W. Mathews.. J. L. Beck and Gainesville, Fix April 1904.

1S03 he came to New York state and aim is to warn him against Zachariah Glymp Chaplain. shall be elected the president. secretary and W. R. Dreher. Is HEREBY rilVEN 4 THAT THE
treasurer; all of whom shall be stockholders Cotton Plant. Newcomb Barco, J. L. Miller NOTICE
bought a farm at Cortland the same ambition. When the newspapersgrow ARTICLE VIIL and shall be elected by the stockholders at their and J. L. Hudgens. ( named settler has filed notice
The by laws ot this corporation shall be made, which shall be held at Ocala. of his intention to make coramuUU proof
farm which his distinguished grandson too loud in his praise he is sure altered or rescinded by a committee appointedby annual Florida meeting, on the first Monday ot May, ot each Romeo I. B.McGehee W. H. Guylfoyle and in support ef his clum. and that said proof

owes and cultivates today. Te had to get a: letter from his mother exhorting a majority of members in regular meeting J. J. Turner. wll be made before Clerk Ciicait Crt 1
ARTICLE IX. year.William N. Camp shall be President Clarence Caraplzard. V. A. Ross J. A. Thomas and Ocala, Fla.,on
him to be humble. Camp shall be Secretary and Treasurer, and R.. W, L. Jordan Ja 190/.
Indebtedness-The highest amount of indebtedness /14
.w.- : which this corporation can assume at C. Camp shall be General Manager. Shady Grove. J.M. Douglass J, H. J. Counts viz: C. Jenk EcCraney. of Higley, Fla.. H4,
-- any time is $150.00 William N.Camp.Clarence Camp, R.C.Camp, and T. J.Barnes. 32089 for the northwest quarter of southwest

THE LANDSLIDE.C. City Council Meeting. X. Jack Board Camp of amd Directors.Frank All Drake of said shall officers constitutethe shall Summerfield. J. E. Branch, S. N. Dillard quarter section 22. township 17 south, ra>f.

of The amount in value of the real estate which be continued in office to conduct the business of and J. W. Davis. 2S east.
.
The reguhr hi-montly tiieetinsr He names the following witnesses to
for this corporation may hold shall be 1500.00. the company until the election and qualification Lake Weir. J. L. Carney J. S. Driggers and his continuous residence and cultivatioa| tove
Brtwa will b, Nominated upon
M. the city council was held Tuesday Witness our hands and seals this iTth day 01 ol their successors, to be elected at the first T. C.Freeman. of said land viz:

Governor of Florida on May 10th. February A. D. 1904 election heM under the provisions of this Ar Moss BInff. J. C. Pillans W. N. Jackson and Arthur E. Cliflon: of EsmeraUa, Ft .;

UI bt. WILLIAM BEACREGARD L ticle. -. Wm. E. Martin. Charle F. Waterman,of Stanton Fbu: Charles
Ho assert* a prominent politician. ELLA COCNINGBAMMARIA 1.. .ARTICLE. Grahamville. L. M. Graham, J. B. Griggs R Watrnan. of Stanton, Fla.; Benjamin J.

"NVm before has there occured such The session WHS prolouged until JANE GLYMP ADDISOX L.L. S'I The highest amount of indebtedness or liabilityto and 1'. W.RandalL Higley F W. r,. ROBINS!

a change iu public sentiment as in (beKUt after uiUuigtu hut uo busiue& of ZACHARIAH GLYMP: L. itself.which shall this be company the sum of can Fifty at any Thousand time subject Dollars and Salt W.Springs.C. McRae.W. P. Williamson N. P. Fry 48 leler. -:


S 'ruatorUl campaign' Tne most peeUl important1 was trl1ns cttd. Marion State of Florida County.) ($50.000)). ARTICLE. Fort McCoy. J. W. Stevens, R. L. Barnes and NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE.O .
Charles
Bayles.
caudMate' one has!: Before
promlntut yeirago me personally came zachariah
Glymp
A uood many complaints and pro- one of the subscribers to the foregoing Charter The names of the subscribing incorporators to Orange Springs. W. G. Meggs, Frank Jordan .
,
been eclipsed iu public favor by C. M. these articles of incorporation are as follows and L. L. Meggs.
and who is to me well known and known tome THE 4HT DAY OF AUGUST, 1904.
increase of with the amountof THl
lIro"" ukuowuK4 ibr peoples! c udi- tests against an taxes were to be the person who signed the same and and stock their subscribed paces of residence.for by each. is set oppositeeach Linadale. C. A. McCraney, J. B. Booth andG. undersigned will present her td
duly acknowledged before H. vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock
me that he signed Drawdy. county judge,
referred the
and all to
date, which name h* will deserve, for rend wt-rc and executed the said Charter together with of their names: SHARES OF Citra. Stewart Ramey M. A. Rice and R. K. and ask tor a final settlement and discharge asadministratrix

in Florid* stands luore for finance commUtef."As \ the other subscribers whose names appear RESIDENCE. CAPITAL Wartmann. of the esUt of Jails p. Johnson .
no lUau NAME.
thereon ; ani he further makes oath that It is deceased, this 4th day of Fefraf.
the I't'OIIt"1t rights than U. M. Brown, intended in good faith to carry out the purposes STOCK Anthony. J. R. Wilder, C. C. Priest, sr.,and } 19
; aud W. N. CAMP_._Ocala. Flonda__ W. H. Hamilton. V 6m
objects set forth therein. s icm Administratrix.ADMINISTRATORS' .
You Like It. CAMP, Ocala.Flonda__ 25 :
CLARENCE
tbe next lovmior. He worked for
ZACHARIAH GLYMP. Martin. William Knoblock F. Townsend
JACK CAMP.Ocala: Florida....__ 10
the Mtiblishment of the railway Suitkespear's delightful comedy, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th FRANK DRAKE..Ocala, Florida__._ 5 and Mr.Livingston sr. NOTICE.
day of March, A. D. 1904. R.C. CAMP__Ocala Florida_ 10 Stanton. Alex Wynne R. G. Allsop and IL CoIorrison.
commission he fought the Flagltr "As You Lib4 It," is to be presented [Seal] JOHN E. BAILEY. .

Divorce Law, he opposed the dispensary My Notary Public for the State of Florida. Subscribing Incorporators: Blitchton. E. L. Ferguson. J. H. Wilson and HEREBY CI VfiN THAT I
at Rollins College by the Student'sDramatic ; commission expires November 15,1904 W. B. Rawls. NOTICE nth. WILt
St W. N. CAMP, t*
aided iu laws for the 4 19 present
ti'I l wall
> CLARENCE CAMP. Belleview. J. L.Whisnant, J. N.Shedd and Robert Bullock, county and frr Marion
IHOpIr* betterment. He has always Club on Thursday eveuiug V R. C. CAMP, J. D. Pope. county, Florida my acconits and ycher for

tood for the peoples interest, against April 28. This elub'ia achie\"iugcluite NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor FRANK CAMP DRAKE.: B.Mclntosh.Burney. J. Christian, W.M. Gist and J, final E.settlement M. Henderson as administrator, deceased and t_estateof k for
JACK
final such administrator.
a discharge as Dated
all otlnrs. The title of the peoples a histrionic reputation aud may giveto" Pedro, H. R. Shaw W. H. Proctor and R. J. this March it, 1904.

State of Florida. { Perry. W. T. HENDERSON. A4wr.3116m
well bestowed and after .
candidate the world a Forrest, a Booth or an creating a Special Tax School District at V County of Marion. ) Dunnellon. W. J. Mixson, D. G. Watkins Estate of F. M.Henderson Deceased.

the primary ou the tenth, be will te Fairfield. I hereby certify that before me personally andH. j. Keen. -

Tribune. Irving. VTOTICE IS appeared William N. Camp, Clarence Camp. Candler. J. N. Marshall W. R. Caldwell and
HEREBY
toveroor.-Tawpa GIVEN THAT AN
people R. C. Camp, and Frank Drake, eachto .
---- ----- -- The club should be encouraged in ii election will be held at Fairfield. Marion jack me Camp.well known to be the person and persons Caldwell. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALF.

In* Church Services Last Night. county. between the hours. of 8 o'clock a. m. and who subscribed his and their names to the fore. Sparr. Lee Crantham, W. D. Emiaisor andJ.
its etiorts. sundown of- going articles of incorporaticn, and each of Lovell. TINDER AND BY VIRTUE OP A D3CRKK

The revival services: at the Baptist: TUCd4ill, May z.1i", _1. D. 1904. them, severally for himself did acknowledgebefore Eureka. R. W. Holliday. P. Milligan and U rendered by the Hon WUliiA 1k
for the purpose of creating a special tax school me that he signed the said articles of incorporation G.D. Hogans. judge oi the Circuit Vur of the jtfc

church last night were very largely Base Ball. district to be known as the Fairfield Special Tax as a subscribing incorporator of Levon. C. P. Pillans T. K. Slaughter and J. Circuit in and for county. IB ehtacrjr,
in therein and wMeh
pending Und
School District. The boundaries of the above said Articles of Incorporation. and as said sub- a cause : -
attended and like all the servicesre There will be a game of base ball proposed district as described in a petition asking scribing Incorporator. did acknowledge that he LtGare. Mortgage Bank of Iorid.Limited ofEagtaatitis
for said election had subscribed fr the amount of Capital block Fairfield. J. A. Thomas, J. B. DeVore and complainant and f a are

\\ very In tH ting. Dr. \Yhar- this afternoon at the Driving Park order ofthe Board of Public are hereby Instruction changed so as by to set opposite bis name. J.A.Jones.jr. defendant. said decree rendered 0 Jil
read as follows: I further certify that my commission as notary Mattel J.M.. T.Carter W. L. Seckinger and day A. D. 1904. I will f s t

ton' sermons in Ocala have made a between the Jacksonville and Ocala All sections 7, 8. 17. 18, 19, 20. 29 and 30 of public expires the 12th day of February, A.D 11" P. Frink.Kcndrick. the highest before and the best court bidden house for door cask p
outcry, ( )
township 13 south. range 21 east,and sections 12, 1905. C. C. Priest, jr.. E. C. McLeod
deep Impression and it is a matter of_ teams. This will be the opening 13. 33. 84. 25, and :26 of township 13 south range In witness whereof I have hereunto set my and G. B. ChappelLThe Ocala Marion county, Flrida bw.the
east. hand and affixed my official seal, tins the 15th hours of 1 a. m. and a m A).
regret that tonight will close the game of the season and it is expectedthat jo And to elect three trustees and to fix the rate day of April AD.. 1004.Ibeall said inspectors shall canvass returns for day in May. p
I- of millage to be assessed and collected for JOSEPH H. BELL precincts in which they are appointed and turn titwitJJK A.
the
meeting. it will be au extremely interesting next two ensuing years. Notary Public Stats of Florida at Large. over ballot Committee box to for member such precinct.of Democratic Executive the following JII property 1 19.la Msnoa

Mr. Clifford L. Anderson sang, one and it is hoped that the at- Qualified and qualified electors at voters said of election said district are all registered who State of Florida \ The Democratic Executive Committee will of county.northeast Florida quarter, -wit The Ottthwtst bait of soutlWMt uKcr

Face" charmingly at pay a tax on real or personal property therein. Marion County./ .. convene at court house in Ocala May 4. 1904. quarter and northeast quarter of southwest
'Fare to very
admission 25c
tendance will be large, The following persons have been appointee Before me personally appeared William 3T. (and if second primary on June ii, 1904) at n quarter of section J, township 15 range JI
last night night. inspectors and clerk of said o'clock a. m.. to canvass returns ot the county.er Atl
he oervice lOc. Ladies will he admitted election.V. Camp Clarence Camp, JacK. Camp R. C. Camp eat containing 166 seres o iesa.a Invitation is i extend- grand stand \ .A. Yongue J. Jones and L. L. Harvey and Frank Drake a majority of the subscribers of the state democratic executive southwet quarter of northwest quarter ot sec-

i A very cordial free at the this afternoonMrs. inspectcrs and J. W. Smoak Clerk. to the above proposed charter. who being duly committee and Marion county democratic executive :a. 'township 15 south, range a east
! rd tOfVt'r'hody to attend the morn. game By order ot the Board of Public Instructionthis sworn by me. each upon his oath did state that committee. Also south half of norihe quarter ot Kctwa
[ I the 5th day of April 1904. they constituted a majority of the subscribers to SAMUEL & PYLES, Chairman. 21, in township j luth. range II east coat*:..
r ing and the evening services today. Schrieber entertained Attest: G. S. SCOTT, the above Articles of Incorporation of Crystal JOHN M. GRAHAM Secretary. 41 ing 90 acres excepting thirty acres heretofore
1'
t F. W. D. CLaN, Chairman. River Railroad Company, and that it is intendedin conveyed so much thereof .m b acces
Secretary. 4 15 good faith to construct maintain and operatethe sary to satiav said final decree
f quite a number of her friends very railroad mentioned in said proposed charter. JOSEPH U. .M.

W. N. CAMP.CLARENCE NOTICE 4 i Special Master Chtaftry.NOTICk. .
delightfully at an afternoon tea Monday NOTICE CAMP, b

4 R. C. CAMP.
from 4 to 6 o'clock the
W afternoon FRANK DRAKE. In the Circuit Court of Marion County Fifth .

special guest of bouor being Mrs. C Oi Applicatioa for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of JACK CAMP, Judicial Circuit of Florida.-In Chancery.
... Chapter 4888, Laws ol Florida. Sworn and subscribed before me this 15th dayof
William Knoblock Complainant, vs. BrantleyA.
-- -- This event most April A. D. 1904. w1. THE UNDERSIGNED QUAjrEDI
: L. ttanisby. was a
1t5tQ VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. D. JOSEPH H. BELL, Weathers and Marion J. Weathers.- V voters, who pay a tax on real pcrwoaJ
i-' Robertson, purchaser of Tax Certificate No. [Seal] 4 22 Notary Public. Defendant property, will on the o
one.
pleasant 664 dated the 4th dav November. A. D. 1895,
. 6Qts./ ? haS filed said certificate in my office. and has QNDR AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL | F ; h J/iiy t w,
made application for tax deed to issue in accordance rendered by the judge of the Circuit present petition to the Board of PwhKe Instruction
: 0 -'- :' Miss Lillian Goldnamrr, .of Elizabethtown with law. Said certificate embracesthe ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Court of the Fifth Indicia Circuit of Florida in of Marion county, tskfag the
described situated in the above stated cause dated 3ist day of March. board call Fo.
property to of
4 ; it following-: : aid a porpoM
: ",, Ky., who has spent the Marion county Florida to-wit: A. D. 1904 wherein William Knoblock is complainant ; special tax school district to be known
ctg.
h. ': t\. of southwest of and Brantly A. Weathers and School
Southwest quarter Special Tax Dutnet
... .t .. quarter
and at Lees- IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDI Grhamvile
winter defendants. I will
\ spring! Marion J. Weathers are as
i -. "' northwest quarter.section 52 township 14 range NOTICE and to described territory
'" ; w all persons having claims againstthe Special Masterappointed in and by said decree All of the south oWr township south

t ::\iV'H.% burg and Ocala, the guest of Mrs. E. 22The said land being assessed at the date of estate of Mary E. Hick. deceased barred.to present to execute the same, offer and expose for sale range 23 east, and sections 6 sad 7 of wwnih1irangeaaud 14
3M will be t
within two
same rears or they and will
IP the of such certificate in the name of a11oftownslitp tad
t \ issuance 15 rg
, :':\l' "" H, Mote, Mrs. \Villi Q Hocker and Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be rt- This February 23rd, 1904. \V. CLYATT. on the tttcond (day of May, A. D, tytf. 23. lying north of Silver Spring ran sad rut

r .,,;. i Mrs. Charles Rueiniuer left deemed according to law, tax deed :will issue 28 St W. Administrator.. in front of the south door of the court house in the Ocklawaha river except sections 11 14, a f
Mondayfor j
! .r. .' ; r thereon on the zoth day of April, A. D.1904. the city of Ocala. Marion county Florida with. 24.25,26nd36.
gOO ;; ) Witness official signature and seal this the w. H. Mason T W Randall. W. A. OanU,
.
j>: j'V ..,\'" her home. my in the legal hours of sale, sell at public outcryto L
l7th day of March.A. D. 190!. NOTICE the highest and best bidder for cash the M. Graham, F. Z. Wellnorner, R. K. r.
S. T. SISTRCNK, mortgaged property described in said decree as : D. Smulh. a.W. Wincate, C W. L.
ISms Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. follows to-wit: Those certain pieces,parcels or Mi. E.J. ]olll i. K. WUI tour
H. M. Sim has returned to
Mr. pson IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE .
Sad. ,
r NOTICE lots of land lying and being in the )oor1& C )
as executors and executrix, W. P, T. .
his home at Vincennes, Ind., after ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRD-! respectivelyot the estate of John F. Dunn deceased city and of described Ocala. as Marion lots 93.95 county 96 and Florida 97 of, known Gary'sAddition C Wes Rud

fXPRE PRPADl having remained in Florida for eeverai ITORS. ,will on to the said city as per plat of said ad NOTICEA.
Saturday the ad day oj JulY A>D. zyA, dition recorded in plat book A" on page 43, of --

months. He takes back with apply to the county judge of Marion county.Florida. the public records of Marion county Florida E. Delouest administrator with wiH annexed -
I IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRJ5D- at Ocala Fla. for the purpose of making together with all and singular the tenements of Ed. Dclouest gives aotacc thtt .th.

him deeds to several thousand acres NOTICE legatees, distributees and all persons final settlement of'their accounts and for hereditaments. and appurtenances thereunto SaW_1 &ZEsl9.1.
C1IAS. E. BLUM' & COMPANY belonging. or.so much thereof as may be z
I having claims or demands against the estate of final discharge. will hi* 4 vouchers ta UM
said he
sufficient satisfy decree costs. charges
to .aat.
H G DUNN.W. ,
l of Florida land and will return next Joan F. Edwards, deceased to present the A., HOCKER, commissions and expenses as therein provided. county pent and **k fare.discharge. -

V 517 and 519 \V. Bay St.JacksopJke same within two years 01 they will be barred Executors. This gth c1 o March, ftc*.
and the
winter to improve February. 1004.
.. occupy this the jrd day EDWARDS ALICE E. LAW. ]l. A. BUXFORD R. B. BULLOCK. K DRLottSf,
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V DOLLY Executrix. COP'olainant'sSo1icitor 4 Special Master. 3 1 em 6m Administrator Etc.
fla same. j 5 gi Administratrix. 12-25


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T Over M.Monroe TII01lPS.o&Chambliss DENTIST.. Bank Ocala Fla. I ABE & BROWN & BRO:. JAKE .


PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .
Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp Montezuma. I __
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OCALA.' 7-8-y FLORIDA -4

J 1:. CHASE DENTIST_ L& WHOLESALE GROCERS ',

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CARLOS L.SISTRUNK, FE : .
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Room 4, Masonic Building,Oca!*.Fl*. j8ai __
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FUnda Retail Merchants and Cro- --
: cers Association. I
The officers and executive commit It will cost you comparatively nothing to keep posted. If you will 3
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tee of the above named organization .
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met in this city Monday and Tuesdayand .......

upon formulated plans and policies rules and that agreed it is : write us for prices when in the market for the purchase of Grocer

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thought will result in great good to : ........
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the The association.following named gentlemen Iies, we will gladly furnish you with our prices. Even if we don't ::

are officers of the association, viz: ,
President, W. M.: Bennett, Oka- --- -.u 1

Tampa humkee;;vice secretary president and, F.treasurer H. Davis,A., 1 E. sell you our prices will be of benefit to you, and in great many
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M. Wing, Bayard; state organizer, --
John Cordero; executive committee,
'. W. Albop, 'Veirsdale; J.A. Knight, E instances it will save you money, Every cent saved is so much nade) .

Starke; N.A. Harrison, Fernandina; --- .........
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St. Augustine; W. J. -- .
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Nesbitt Fort Pierce; Ed T. Lewis, : -
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association now numbers 700 --

year members a membership and before of the 2500 end is of confidently the. : Itlis ,not \\necessary for us to enumerate what Goods 'we carry in 3.

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annual association convention will which soon may hold proba its : stockenough said when we tell you we are able to sell you your sup- 3

;. .' bly be held.in Ocala. ......"."

., There was A Great a great Sensation.sensation in Lees- E'plies: at market prices giving you the benefit of Quick Delivery and 3

". yule, Ind., when W. H. Brown,of > -- .
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that place, was expected to die, had 1

his life for saved consumption.by Dr. King's Rewrites New Discovery : [: such articles as you buy. '" '

"I endured insutfrable agonies froma.thwaJ I ___
but New Discovery gave me
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aflected a complete cure" Similar ,, t ...... .
cures of consumption, pneumonia, __ r iif
bronchitis and grip are numerous. .
- s It is a peerless remedy for all throat We call attention to and varied
and lung troubles. Price 50e. and$1. especially your our large stock assortment) of ,

Guaranteed by Tydings& Co., drug ..- ......
.: gists Trial bottle free. m '
Mr." Johu 1'. Lewis, postmaster, ', ;; : '
orange, and truck grower of Moss : ,ti TOILET SOAPS s
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days attending the Baptist revivalservices
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and last night attended the

Mr.political Lewis speakiug traveU for at the the well court known bou e. ., And you can get a nice selection to retail at 5 and 10 cts. a cake. We r:.

house of Stanley & Company, of

Chicago and siys that Florida is in E are agents for one of the l largest Manufactures of Toilet Soap in the ., ,
good shape. ...... ,

E: United States, ANDREW JERGENS & CO., and don't hesitate .to --. I

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A : say that their Quality of Goods is not surpassed while prices will surely :: .

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I 'cost Seeds<. -yltlJ more. 5: please. Include i gross' assorted in your next order. ( ,


h. save save disappointments all experimenting 48 -- "-
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Son by all dealers. 1904
Seed Annual postpaid. free 'IIJ.s .--..' .. -... .,
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no harm e.ndmay: : save you many dollars on the car. Send us your orders =3'

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