The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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; "''I1""ttltIf"'I1'" '''' ''I'II''I''I''rrr'1'1fr '' '' '''''' ''' '''! '! MRS. SCIf IEBER'S P811TY Mr. Sistrunk Explains His Absence A Fine Crop of Oats. 1

TAKEDaniel's From Campaign Meetings. The editor of this paper in company -

A Vary Pretty Etent in Honor of To the Democrats Marion County .with Mr. Baxter Cam drove out SMALL

i Tonic Pills Miss Helen Blair. I had hoped daring tha canvass to the farm of Mr. H. H. Whitworth .i

preceedirig the primary election to be
Misa Helen Blair, o.f Cincinnati, o il Monday afternoon to see him harvest I BEGINNINGSOur
r able to accompany the other candidates -
4 Ohio, who is the popular and enter his fine oat crop. Mr. Whit
For Malaria m all forms. No cure no i in meeting appointments for i
;: -- taining guest of Miss Emily Ford, i worth claims to have the earliest I

j r a :: with speaking.and to express to you person- record this line in of
. r was again complimented a very along thirty dtya
J r_ ally m> high appreciation of the
j, .r... --vIle pretty party Tuesday afternoon, when great favor and kindness received at anyone in the United States. business waa started l

; Mrs. F. T. Schrieber gave a card partyin The field covered one hundred acres
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your hands.
"rf her honor at which she entertained and the yield is very fine. very small but did not remain -
.... I have found, however, that at this I
raL-- f -- a few of her friends. It was Besides his oat crop, Mr. Whit- : '
S season of the year particularly, my Mtisfaotion of
:: of the small worth has excellent for i
,! one most pleasant parties an prospect ,
\r i presence in the clerk's'office Is, and j
-- h -r given in Ocala this spring. has other good crops and has a fine stock customers made the changa f jj
:: been, imperatively demanded. !
-- Mrs. Schrieber, Miss Ford and Miss of cows and hogs. -- I;!
J .- Aside from tte other duties of the i
r-- -- Blair' received in the front room, Just to tell how fine his stock reallyis
.. office there has been so much required 1.:
:::: =: where punch was served to the guests it la only) necessary to say that he ..- --.--- ..rMUHRUE ,
II of me looking after matters of .'
r- -- shortly after they arrived. recently sold a pair of hi* pigs at
taxes, redemption of certificates and
-r I -- There were five tables of progressivewhist auction and they brought the very
assisting tax payers in adjusting their
and the games were most in- handsome sum of $:2 50, a larger sum

. : M;POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. teiesting. Miss Blair marked the taxes, prior to the closing of the than the products from the famous R f & 1 CHIMBLISS: :1:1j

E books, that I have felt it my duty to]
i wr Prescriptions receive careful attention scores and added much pleasure by Biltmore farms. j'
al_ I remain in the office. In addition to BANKERS
her vivacious and charming manners. Mr. Whitworth's is the old Moore I
UIUIUIUIUIUIUIUUS this, the change in the time of holdIng I Ocala' rieride
UUIUIUUIIUIUIUIUIIIIIIII1UIUIUUI Little Miss Dorothy Schrieber passed place and be is making it one of the
the spring session of the circuit '
boo bans an i after the games refreshments I prettiest farms in the county. 0
: court has imposed upon me some -
were served by Mrs, Schrieber, Drs. Can well and Mllltr, of l1tra,
extra work at this time, in order to
assisted by her little daughter and Mrs. Miller Entertains. have established a drug store at Cltr
have business
in readiness for the
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE Miss Louise Gam by. Mrs. Charles V. Miller entertainedthe which baa ten christened the Pal
I court, which convenes on the 3rd
I The first prize, a cut glass ink bottle prox.I Original Whist Club very charm. metto Pharmacy. Both are tottr

LANDS. silver mounted, was cut for by therefore take this method of explaining I ingly Wednesday afternoon at her prising young gentlemen and the

Miss Ford and Mrs. C. V. Miller and attractive home on South Second business they have tttabltahtd M
to you my failure to participate
was won by the former. The second street. This is the first party Mrs. well at ihenuelvft will prop % Vftlai
actively in the primary cam.
prize,a handsome pack of cards, was Miller has given since her marriage a ble acquisition to Cltra. W* hope
f If have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or paign. I also desire to acknowledge
you won by Mra. Woodrow. few months ago and she was a delightful they will be liberally pttroolxtd
f lease on royalty communicate with him. the obligations which your great
The following were Jrs. Schrieber'd : hostess.
favor bestowed upon me in the past,
guests: Misses Helen Blair, Emily Fruit punch was served by the Mrs. Bahlnakiof troy Ala., who
has placed me under, and to give this
Ford, Hattie Dye, Mirriam Pasteur, hostess' sister and slster-in-law, Miss has been In Ocala lor some tim the
public expression of my gratitude and
Office next to Dr.Smith. Poetoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. Esther Weathers, Margaret Eagleton, Alice Bullock and Miss Eloise Miller. guest of her brother, Mr. R. A. :
appreciation. While there is no I II
Mona Hiller, Mary Reardon, Mary opposition Mrs. Miller bad as her guests I Burford, for the past two wc kt, ia-
tii my candidacy in the
s i Little Luella Gary, Minnie Gamsby, approaching besides the club members, Mrs. J. J. teuded returning home jrrtttrdcjafternoon .
primary, I should, nevertheless
Louise Gamsby, Sara Harris, Violet! Gerig, Mrs. F. L. Watson, Mrs. Mallory but owning to the UtearM
but for the causes mentioned,
SAIL EU2ASSTH' RABBIS. Local Editor Miss Lutie Smith came in Tuesday Harris, Georgie Smith, Mrs. H. W. I Liddon, Mrs. W.d./ Bullock, of the north bound train *h, potipined -
have been
glad to make a regular' I
morning and spent the day with Little, Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mrs. C. Mrs. L. R. Cbazal, Mrs. Lee Miller, departure until today.
canuas with the other candidatesand
ABOUT TOWN. )11'$. N. M. Allred. She returned to V. Miller, Mrs. G. R. McKtaa, Mrs. Mrs. G. R. McLean, Miss Johnnie -- "
HAPPENINGS to meet the voters personally.In Mr.aud Mrs. Albert E. Ckrlf Mr. -
Anthony in the afternoon.Mr. M. C. Looney, Mrs. F. L. Watson and Liddon and Miss Valeta Potter.
w conclusion I desire again to and Mrs. Harry Lapbam, MUa Meter
Mrs. C. S. Cullen Refreshments
Dr. W. C. Love,of Likelaud, was George S. DiCkerson, representing thank you and I pledge myself to the were served aft.rwbich nlc Mark and Mr. Arthur M.*i.t*
the scores were counted and it
4. among our visitors Wednesday. the MergnthalliT Linotype; Company How to Ward off an Attack of Rheu. faithful, prompt and impartial performance 'was found that Mrs. J. K. Austin and 3 composed a pleasant party, who rpeal

was in the city Tuesday calling of all of the duties of the Tuesday afternoon and eon In* flebo
of Anthony
ML! L. B. Tydings, matism. Mrs. Gerig had made the same score.
the printing tra'se. clerk's office laIC nod at Silver
ou during the next term, if plenlciog coring
her son, Mr. C. R. Tydinga. "For years when spring time came The prize a Mexican lace hand ker.
and I elected. They went down tberuo..nr.II tulle
on went into
The best physic Chamberlain'sStomach wassure chief for and
; was cut won by MM.
Mrs. C. P. McGrath went down to to have an attack of rheumatism Gratefully yours:, In the naptba launch aud had excellent
and Liver Tal'Ute. Easy to
Tampa Wednesday to spend a few and every attack was more severe S. T. SiSTRUNK. Gerig. s p>rt and spent the time moot
take; pleasant ia flTsct. For sale by
day Anti-monopoly Drug Stor. m than the preceding one,," say Josie Ocala, Fla April26, 1904. Millionaire's Poor Stomach. delightfully returning borne about 10

McDonald of Man, Logan county, The worn out stomach of the
colds etc overfed o'clock.
For Pains, aches, coughs, ,
West Va. "I tried everything with A Quiet Wedding.
try Turkeween Oil, sold by Tidings The Montgomery (Ala.) fishing club relief whatever millionaire Is"often paraded in The ilarrltd l Jfn 1Yedneadrr
& Co. in Ocala. no uutil I purchaseda )Ir. G. H. Hays and Miss Bertie public prints as a horrible example of
spent Wednesday bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, mat wealth. But mlllonaires are not afternoon raN club baa disband

The banks were closed Tuesday, it were ou their way from Honiosassa: to and the first application gave me ease Durrance were united in marriage at the only ones who are afflicted with for the season, the last netting being

being Qiemorhl day and a legal St. Petersburg. There were quite a and before the first bottle was used I twelve o'clock Wednesday at the bad stomachs. The proportion is far held with Mess Emily PtcUabor/

holiday. number of ladies in the party.Mr. felt like a new person. Now I feel home of the bride's parents in thiscity. greater among the toilers. Dyspepsiaand !

that I am cured, but I always keep a. Only a few friends and relatives indigestion are rampant among Wednesday._
Mrs. G. W. Waisou and baby, of H. A. Daniels bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in Hon. C. M. Brown
the popular preseriptionist were present, and the ceremony these people, and they suffer far returned Wednesday

Crystal River, spent Wednesday in at the Postoffice drugstore the house, and when I feel any symtoms p'was performed by Rev. Louis B. worse tortures than the millionaire from Starke, Galnmlll aDdoth..r

Ocala. of a return I soon drive it away unless they avail themselves of a
has gone to Jacksonville for afewdays' Warren, of the Baptish church. places. He oceempantai the .
with one or two applications of this standard medicine like Green's .
Mr. Mallory Liddon is up from rest and recreation August local candidate down tb ihinR.lUtn. -'
liniment." For sale by Antimonopoly The bride, a tall, pretty brunette, Flower, which has been a favorite ----- -_._-

Parrish spending a few days with his relatives. Drug Store. m wore a travelling suit, which was household remedy for all stomach Judge Ion Farris, of JvtkvmvUif

wife.Mr. Mrs. J. W. Hopkins left Tuesdayfor most becoming. troubles for over thirty:five years. spending a taw days In this fit,

J. A. Jordan came up from Rock Springs, where she will Moonlight Ride. After the ceremony lunch was August Flower rouses the torpid liver which 1 U his old bom. His Ocala

Tampa Wednesday to spend a few spend a week with friends. She was Tuesday night Miss Emily Ford en served and Mr. and Mrs. Hayes thus creating appetite and insuring friends are delighted to w"leU.l' bins,
perfect digestion. It tones and vitalizes
with his wife. tertained a few of her friends with -_-- ...
days a
accompanied by her little daughter, left on the south bound Seaboard for the entire system and makes life

list Adelaide Webster, of Belle- Eulalia. most delightful moonlight wagon ride Altoona to spend their honeymoon. worth living, .no matter what your Watch the
to Silver Springs for her Miss station. Trial Kidneys -
guest, bottles 25e regular -
sire Hays is the at the ;
view, was among Ocala's out-of-towu Misses Effie and Madge; Sims of operator
Helen Blair. The night was lovely, size 75c. For Sale by AntimonopolyDrug
Valdosta Ga. in the and Seaboard depot and is an excellent
shoppers Monday.Mr. are city WHEN
just cool enough to make the drive
will spend several weeks as the guestsof young man and his bride is a charm. IN DANCE
J. W. Crosby is from his
up pleasant and the evening was
their sister, Mrs. J. B. Staten oa spent ing young woman. Their friends Complimentary Dance. -
turpentine farm at Auburndale to very happily. After driving out and AWOIDOrWAINiNa
wish for them
Lime street. a very happy married The young ladies were complimented -
epeud a few days with his family. rowing on the springs for a while, the
-- life. with a dance at the armory last Dr. AxsaxBTrnr, the great .E sf Itch
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Harris of
Rev. and Mrs.Plummer ana baby party returned to town and
were night by their pbyildaa and surgeon, well knows So a9
Mr. John Ball the young
of Anthony, are visiting Mrs. Plum Pan trkee, passed through Ocala driven to the home of Miss. Ford, physicians,sounded word cf ..VA1q"&he
friends. The
special of honor
mer's sister, Mrs. Edd Carmichael. Tuesday on their way to Jacksonvilleto where a most appetizing and enjoy Consolidated Grocery Company, of guest medical profeuioa tad to aU su&klsl

attend the meeting of the Florida able lunch served. Jacksonville, in this section of the was Miss Helen Blair, of Cincinnati. when he uttered the words: "#' &* tit

Mrs. H. 8. Chambers went up to State Horticultural Society. was state, Wade: the Ocala Banner offi ce a Both the older and the younger kidneys: wktu tiny ere ffttttd lift it
Jacksonville to visit Mrs. On this occassion Miss Ford had asher ill
call .Tuesday. His firm had the mis society sets participated in the danc- daitffr.

Carl Van 1.)>man for a short while. Anna Jackson, a colored schoolteacher guests, Misses Blair, Mona Hiller, fortune to have a fire it their warehouse ing, which was enjoyed from nine to It is the duty of these offiai la keep

Weirsdale: died in this Sara Harris, Violet Harris, Emily ear blood strained of poUcoeoa Iap8rli!
Mrs. Barnes went down to Holder at hour twelve o'clock. The night was a
I an early Tuesday that are cspable of eaosbf lit most IUd
Meta Jewett
Messrs. G.
city Tuesday and her remains were ,
Wednesday to spend a few days with I morning, and, considering the large particularly: pleasant one for this forma of dUeu m. they de US per
taken to Reddick for burial on the H. Ford, T. H. Harris Sidney E.
her daughter, Mrs. Earl Pearson. I amount of damage that might have delightful exercise. form their work prop afternoon A. C.L. train. She was a Hiller, W. T. Wheeler, J. H. Taylor, tome form U ante to follower ce bltf
Mrs. C. L. Oamsby and son, Cameron and Jewelt.I : been sustained, they were very fortunate William Benna for and if death
splendid teacher and was held in Stephen many years op neglected, will fo&rv.
left Wednesday for Jacksonville, : as will be seen from the followIng Some of the mat
high esteem by her race. I perating a profitable bakery at Ocala, iaperfest symptom "-

Ala., to join Mr. Gamsby there for the Makes a Clean Sweep. telegram received by Mr Ball: but now settled down on his elegant are. acUa; ia the back or WfMwtOsat&klet

summer. A customer of ours who had been There js nothing like doing a thing "Only one section of our warehouse country home near Bronson was pofi&tti tinder the jl, &? ea :

aid Tar contains suffering from a severe cough for six thoroughly. Of all the salves you damaged by fire. It will not inconvenience furred tosfat, muutorsl appetite IfiJfmt
Folty Honey no months bought two bottles of Cham i heard of Bucklen's Arnica among the visitors to Ibis city yester WrIt,weak&esa tad tsai of wty
and will not like ever Salve our business."
opiates constipate
nearly ,all other cough medicines. berlain's Cough Remedy from us and i is the best. It sweeps away and cures day. Mr.Benus was one of the most sediment or elaodiatu U tit aria!ttfCMS -

was entirely cured by one and a half burns bruises known and most conservative .( the skis or stag pmp1nd
Refuse substitutes. Pustofflce Drug ,sores, cuts, bolls, ulcers Cough Settled en Her longs

Store. m bottles of it. It gives perfect satisfaction skin eruptions and pyles. It is only "My daugbcer had a terrible cough business men 'in Ocala,and the peopleof hoarders of the stomach and lira
dia .
with our trade. Haynes abcmmptomJ ad IPJtU J
Mr. Frank Harris returned Wednesday I! 25c. and guaranteed to give satisfaction which settled on her lungs," says N. the Brick City gave him up with sad all JtaNtat
Parker & Co., LIneville, Ala. For any out cu, kidsejr
& Co.
,by Tydings druggists
m Jackson of Danville Ill. We trieda
from Lake City, where he attended sale by Anti-monopoly Drug Store m reluctance. The change was madeon frill not prweat the fiat eymptotas.

a meeting of the University of i Summerfield Picnic.! great many remedies without relief, account, of Mrs. Ben us'J mother, nut U ftoOIcf that to <{3k&iti
Mr. F. L. Hutl ker
representingthe until we gave her Foley's Honey and makes the
nrely kldatrt rigkt M?tomK
who has been in ill .health
Florida trustees.wuttIDBons Tampa May Festival, is in the There will be a basket picnic at 'far which cured her. Refuse substi- some eo. Ii II a pnparal1t11 of&*

to make baskets, at once city on au advertising tour for that Summerfield Friday, April 29. Every states. Postoffice.Drug Store m time.-Gainesville Sun. tot bon remt41tt utl I/tit';ell'*

Oala Manufacturing 0>>.. Ocala,Fla. 3-iStf body come and bring well filled most celebrated kidney spettailats. ft if
occasion. He has for some time been Mr. John Clary and family, who Mr. Francis & Bangs, a prominent

.: FOR SALS-A large horse, suitable fox farm connected with the Tampa Herald in baskets. Candidates are especiallyinvited. left Ocala about six weeks ago for attorney o' Washington D. C., anda endorsed by phytidau sad ud by fefft
usda. It bu sited lira and !
work. Inquire Steam Laundry 3ISWANTED.Several texas wIt & t
industrious persons in that city and his experience in the Southern California, returned Mon- brother of John Kendrick Bangs, can&ct curt boptl a cam,it will ffi*

each state to travel for house established eleven advertising line will be valuable to Hiss Davis to Entertain. day night. John says it.only took the noted author,after spending a few rent fatal kidney troabU tad ftft rtJItfta

t years merchants sod and Tits agents a Urge fur succeesfnl capital to and call profitable upon the Festival association. We shall I Miss Annie Davis will entertain at a him a few weeks to get enough of the days fishing at Homosassa epent tvea tit last tttgtt cf Hd&y&$M*>
line. Permanent ment. Weekly
: .. cub salary of t3and oil CDla traveling expenses give the program at an early date.! large card party next Tuesday after varied and undesirable population of Wednesday in Ocala with his brother, PcWnm fJrot8tarefOImI
sad hotel bills advanced in ash each week.
Kitwrieace not essential. Mention reference The dates set for these festivities are noon at the home of her sister, Mrs. that section-ludlans, Chines Mr. William M. Bangs. He was j o IP"tt
ana enclose self-addressed envelope. The ae-I 1
Katioialjj Dearbomlstreet Chicago May 2 to 7 inclusive. C. R. Tydings. "grease," etc. ompanled by his little son. .t.at'_t"* ewesk ,1#'11E w ,
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I Peculiar county treasurer, said as the hour was: I THE: CANDIDATES (9r GEIGER{. t I J. C. Matbews appeared on the -Mrs. Jackson, of Moutbroob, WitS in WHO flUNG THE FIRST 84ICIU J Jfor

late he only wanted to tell those present '- scene late in the 'afternoon and replied town Wednesday on ,a visit to her <

t H To he was a candidate, and wanted They Make Eloquent Addresses- to Mr. Ayer's speech, bringing sister, Miss Daisy Milligan. the Is Mr. tit
Itself their votes. It being nearly 11 o'clockhis Meet With Handsome Treatment figures to prove his assertion. now visiting her parents at Anthony. campaign with. ",J"u ,"" I' ..<.

t In what it is and what it does The ladies who ed to the brim, aced Awn that ly 't II,
-containing brief speech was welcomed with -Ayer and Mathews Clah. conducted a refreshment John Vojjt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
the best blood-purifying, lipplaupt;. Ocala Banner Staff Correspondence.The stand on the grounds for tbe Albertus Vogt, had the misfortune this he awl his >.iuini have b*..>

alterative and tonic substances and Thos. E. Pasteur, also candidate for basket picnic at Geiger (formerly benefit of the church did a handsome Wednesday to step oa a uail which thrown*? p+pfter, reM+tet4, ..* .u,1

effecting the most radical and per- the treasureship, presented his! claimsor Shiloh) on Thursday was well busiue. ,and realized a nice sometoward went through his foot. Lockjaw all s *is of mMfct at Ifcatr "H-.

manent cure3 of all humors and all the neat, tb* .*.w.n.." tie* MM* .iI
the office, and asked the people to ulti tilled by the citizens, of the northern replenishment of the wa at first feared, but he U now out

. eruptions, rcli '\-ing weak, tired, support him if his record as a public : part of the county and quite a exchequer. of danger ou that score. I are not MippMtliig &I.... taxi a i- ifeverything

, languid feelings, and building upi official had met their approval. few from Alachua county. Geiger is a new posloffiee which Mr. A. L ckephenis i now connected .** ,to .*tNnw.M

the whole true of ta ,dtj. ***** ttu'
s'stcm-is only superintendent C:&ru asked the I Although the gathering was a has been established within the past I with the: work ou the Bultgen- U rtjr *

Hood's Sarsaparilla !I voters fur their support and told them 'neighborhood affair the ,candidates. three weeks and is located about four I bach railroad, which will be connected ,- tht+..,1e.., .iiiptlajtrfag la roc tk-

, Xo other niedhme! acts like it; I what he based his claims, upon. Mr. for the legislatureaud county officers miles northwest of Irvine. Mr. W. with the Duuuelioti Phosphate itiK with lM .*..*. wtar all.! WIll.

no other medicine has done so Zetrouer, his oppponent, was the only were invited and showed up in' full Geiger, one of the successful Company's road just north of town. t-nrely b. r tMd t* Uw Kb H> VU>

f much real, substantial good, no truckers of that section is 10, nwy.re.."* iMltajitAt ..... It >-
As the
absentee of the coterie of candidates.Mr. force to make kuowu to1 the voters (postmasterand soou as this road completed I
i other medicine has restored health
Senator fMufcrm ... .\... MrMaya
has ,
opened a general merchandise
J. L. Whisnaut, candidate for Buitgeuuach Company will ship its
r and strength at so little icost. their positions on the various questions I ..
store there. and It aw.*111'8'* .wi .fting "
; "I VM troubled with scrofula and cams commissioner from that district, announced of the Jay. phosphate via Port Jug::: Is. I

i near losing my eyesight. For four months I thetas competitor, Mr. S. The school in this district is' in a The youug ladies yav> a v--ry phut-! UMMB. thai .i.. anajittji I Him IIM-I
R. Z candidate
r Could not see to do anything. After taking Mr. David -rouer,
, two bottles of flood's Sarsaparilla I could see R. Pyles, was not present, he had for superintendent of public icatruc- flourishing condition, and the citizens ant leap year bill at the city hah lat .01....ER if riltlUltM sob ..Jao4'But I

to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I nothing to say as to his candidacy. are very euthuiastie in the di- Friday fveuins.Miss : the peapto M. laM ..k.-I vTltey -.t
could see as well as ever." Susra A. HAIBS- tiou, acttdis master of ceremonies
TON Withers N. C. The crowd present vas a representative reetioo educational: work. I B.s iie Bras l I. who hat for db.&has /y re.hs*_ ;bat 'Wh.'
and inirmlueed the speakers.C.
, Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to one and the speakers were accorded The dinner spread in the delightful some time been one of C. W. Rmn's! tor TaUalerro, Mr. D4 .n.t U I
cure and keeps the promise. most respectful and patient L. Sislruuk .pofce first and made
-- ----- bearin hade of the oak prove just south of I able clerks, has returned to Lak hnd. Maysbgpwtbetf eeatud I..u
R good strong pre>eotation of his
BELlEVIEW HEARS the school was simply beyond dest'rip- Dr. A. McBride, of Holder, was by avoiditifftitaHtUh .ratblataror d y..,..ur.
At Fairfield Friday. views on what should be expected: of I
tiou and the *a* sbi ., eM thiniw t*.-
guests present from other among the strangers in the city Wedne -
:; THE CANDIDATES. This little city at the terujiuu; of Marion's' representatives in the legis sections could not say enough! nice I' >dl)". entire ......... aatvttfeeUMHltbrth

the G. &; G. railway was resplendent lature and had many admirers in the things about it to d'u it justice. I! A number of : rliAtstviilshortly Bi..tttMMitf! telde reerarati

: They Attend Church-SplendidjCrowd in her hospitality and entertained thelocal audieuce. I start boring for oil abut three mils I' them tb.y fe.*. ...** hat ',.-it
Ed Wartmauu said his views on Special Notice., west of this pi ice. {J/t d authoritiwJ !
, Greets Them at the Town Hall. speakers and visitors in a most temper or food ....*t* .*'d It..v"
the subject discussion had several The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. 'l'*I! on the suoject claim that this well is
'The candidates are {:ornin were bountiful and niaguinVent manner i Allen t winner. only ik i ia |*nsM..*... lu.-...thI
theejt and a sure
*sr, nose i!
times iu and he did
appeared print
the word tieardiuour pretty neighboring Friday. surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday |;i Mr. M. E. Robinson nod daughter, WH MMViKlMi BlMlVf ..1***' "" 'a"

town, Belle view, Monday Hon. M. L. Payne was master of not deem it necessary to repeat them May 5th, Montezurua Hotel tAT ;. of Opal, were iu ton Monday. HI v-.

afternoon as the aspirauts for tha ceremenies and performed for pleasing here. However, he made an eloquent Dr. J. Siiutifl; will live shortly The ..... bw .sk.UN, tk- d...,
fpeech and surprised even his tuu..t DUHNELLON. for a vacation iu Tenut'++ee.
various county offices drove in by functions the: office iu a most uialtaet of UMNB 4mkH ardent with his of :Mr. H. B. Kinjr, f,rtuefl.v H rt!!i )Hit
flights ,
beeoiuiug manner. supporters : tw... lb. ..1 l','
fours, twos and single tile. < of this county, mt no\Z rfpresenting pert torte, a iroitrl

They were met by the prominent Mr. Carlos Sistroukwon additional or twry His competitors for legislative County. Candidates Had Big Crowd to ;, a machinery upl ly house, i.Ju the eawpay., the otters .......,1.. ..,... I.
people of the town and given a hearty laurels and is gaining a reputation as ho'norsalladmit! that f--w weeks: Them-News Notes. ; city for a few day interview-to. the d-MNIiC" $tilrt hV.,'

welcome. the icomiug Oemonthenes of the more of campaigning: will put him in I The candidates for county offices v, phosphate anti l mill meii. bu. and aer etrtia1is. that t- "

the lead orator. He said he _i X. X. X.
At 7:30 the ball of the BApliist county.Mr. as an came toDunnellou Wednesday even;. ----- w"only empty estu.rs at>t1 tlU! +t'II"t

church was heard and it wa* announced George G. Mathews:: was buttering would represent no corporation or ing to meet the citizens and tell them (II FLATpOp. uutbiof c.W wank rtriR MM feet! ,ti*

that a revival meeting was in with a severe. )r throat and private interests iu the legislaturebut of their claims for patronage: at their I J of tbdr vt;,.....

progress there, and the wary office could sneak si-arcely above a whisperso the sovereign: people of Marion bauds. Hariris reeivei suseraas isyiiriss Tb iitttr MMI .* prtM i- *tt*
from the voters aid tie jeeplejai tlarfs
-, seeker, recognizing the fact that here wJ naturally at a ;teat disadvan- county. e eletaD t. ... '.'..... 'IIMi.ue ......
.I' "No Fence" made A crowd of voters and quite a number why we should be elected as i
would gathered the major Floyd a speech t..t..u. whim topiwty .
; portionof tage.Mr. PURVEYOR IU CHEF: up r
, the populace, all"ent in that John B. Floyd, was genial and devoted principally to hU pet theme, of ladies greeted them at the city I We respectfully submit into th: correctness eral all OW IB* ....

. direction. After the services the good natured and slid that his platform and highly entertained his hearers for hall and listened patiently while : ct the sane .. It will i.. M.a that tMTHWiu* ..>*

was growing so large and so tome lime, hulas he was near home each told of how" well and faithfullyhe (hr !:!.tYt- fH::.est Keasire and Fair
meeting in the. town ball WHS announced i tu*i at abe '...... .f >t....>.> ,Y that all the other and the people knew him and his would till th e office to which he :e3.li:.%."
and nearly all present went popuhr legislative IIU&.t.oIlOUP awry W.. ......, e'lbc
the Wtieale W J..
We k7
candidates were struggling for places views he would hear more from hit aspired if he was:: only favored with are .
there to hear what the candidates had */ Sealers ia Maria:: cunty. Mr. S-II..., it few ewer rb.tl., l

J to say in support of their claims to on it. He felt that this was a compliment competitor!". enough votes at the coming primaryto We purchase oir goofs direct irs the fret ohs it 4ttUy taut k.siii.
z office. to him and welcomed them George Mathews, the auli-trust, give him an opportunity. Distilleries, saving this :nfiilesas's prcht W, the ?ahefeve _It... *

Mr. J. X. tfuedd called the meeting with open arms. anti-corporal'iou and "anti-liberal" Juge'r. J. Tit comb acted as masterof to OTir patrons. Ami the ... taerkM..lf UL1o1'tiN

I to order, whereupon Allan Rod ers Mr Edd Wartmaun was eloquentas candidate, made a speech. BeingFloyd's ceremonies in place of Dr. Baskiu, We buy f: large Whclesalsrs';:iastitiss
for Cash, giving the c.sersti.e'te.etlt: ... rdew. 1e1 tlellutr...
tbe well as logical and as a popular home Mr. Mathews created who bad been called away on professional
or the
orator sheriff
jL-ontigent, of out trade and cash discounts. Tbr** tttaottw mea Js M I. f. *i+rk-
: moved that the meeting b e opened favorite it did not require much for quite a deal of amusement by referring : business, and introduced the Last,tat art: least: We sell the best. urn had Hitliinr.::;tj tMNs!;> in hu

with a prayer by Rev. L. B. Warren, him to capture the crowd but had he to him as a rooster in his own speakers, asking all the candidatesfor Goods for the Least l ::.ey Teat! t' *fc t. w. |. i q Mi, bet wss

of Ocala, who was in the city a.sistiu2 been less popular,' his speech was so the legislature aud for sheriff to Respectfully, -rybedy. ..MHM Mw fart tW
txct"Ueuttlat yard.Messrs. seats the STSATJ3S & CO.. Talal-rr will Mrry tlM e..Mitr -
candidates ou
iu the revival services. it would have wou him Cam and Zetrouer: occupy rostrum.
for of All the candidates spoke with Wholesale Whiskey Dealers, Ccala,Fla. Tampa Iribua
John B. Floyd made his speech of many votes.Mr. superintendent public a -

the season, and put special emphasis j Suioak ttruch a popular chord instruction, then presented thtir great deal of enthusiasm and about

his claims to the voters in speeches well on the same lines as heretofore mentioned ANNOUNCEMENT.A
oa vusltiuuflu. the "no fence"proposition. when be said that he promised upon .

:: He eti't that he had his word of honor that if electedsherill'of chosen for the occason. in these columns.Mr. j

been misquoted his The would-be shoritts, Messrs. Galloway made the hit of tbeeveuing'whtu
as to : views on this the county: and the husbands ,:

line and wauted it "now aud forever of'any of the good women present Rodgers, Srnoak, Galloway and Gor- he said that he was not

more" don in short speeches told the au. in Duuuellon hunting the voter, but
understood that he only wanted sh-iuld happen to come to the county f fThe
simply making a friendly visit to Mr. Statement to the Voters
thb no tense Uv to prevail in the seat and fall into one of its pitfalls, dience of their aspirations of that

So dUtricU where it was wauted, and that! instead of taking advantage of office. I Gordou.
While all the friends of Mr. T. E. Pasteur*ho is a oancK4tie for a ifctHhe Nrsst
: .; would not for his Alfred Ayer said he did not believe, speeches were well received
consideration of
any insignia office and
try hustling as county treasurer, say the editor of tl Star who i i. an frpiM-t for tto.
to force it upon the unwilling districtsHe him off to jail he would convey him iu an officer taking: up the books or that of Mr. Sistruuk:; Marion's same office, should be ashamed of himsc to make the re aftmil a eypia:

said he would "lay awake nights gently to his wagon and see that he records of his predecessor and offering coming Demoutbeues, seemed to that the editor does not need the office, 'and can do witHtwt i*. Let fill tuh ill

: in Tallahassee or succeed in finding got safely home. them in testimony as his witness! strike the most popular chord in the: I, this matter in the light of reason. We ,admit Mr. Parttvr Ms gee wslsstseNr

the leak m the school book system of but as Mr. Mathews had attacked his assemblage, and knowing ones say his : dealt with by nature, and he may not b e able to go out in Net fill, pie**. wed
Mr. Allan I
our stale." r Rodgers a very books a comparison was about all vote in that precinct will be a close do hard manual labor; but Mr. Pasteur ,did make a good tyvi+rg. if bandtOaiwed
splendid address: Indeed, it was saidto : for manual labor because of certain pi hysical defects, befor M IoeeeN
George G. that left him.C. second to that of Duur.ellou's favorite
Mathews made.i iu his have beta the address of the day was : county treasurer, and for many years, a s an exceHent Mfc..4 ttatiet*, aril at -

views on the questions: at issue and and all of the other candidates for L. Bittinger and Thos. E. Pasteur candidate for sheriff, Henry Gordou. : terwards as a storekeeper. If the reasorcause ing of his friends it kg....1. Meet M.

threw bouquets at his competitors: fort sheriff put their best foot foremost made short speeches putting their After the county candidates bad ; of those physical inequalities he i hand i to have a life temtff' *J MM .fH*..

legislative honors and Willian Randolph and made splendid claims to handle Marion money be- had their inniiig Hon. C. M. Brown, hereafter no man, unless nature ha been unkind t* him Mn be Mn4i ;
speeches as did all candidate for made date for that office. But if this is the mode of reasoning of Mr. Pa4*...'* :
Hearst. He took a shy at the other fore the people. The former took the governor, a very
candidates present. ; friends, why be special in their sympath y and aid to the tHtfortvftat* *l M* 1
Floyd occasion to thank the. good of earnest speech explaining his positionon
claiming a lack of people '
enthusiasmon The dinner was a bountiful one and .rion's citizens; why not be just and ge erous to aN similarly p4tyi *lty ** f
his pet theme except in his own added additional glory to the house Geiger and surrounding country for the questions at issue. He interspersed flicted and give them all similar support, if they ar m A4aMy gwllRe/|

r baliwick. Mi. Mathews for their kindness to the Ocalians whilein his speech with many little conduct the offices of the county. If this is to b* the edit of rite d m4***><
wives of that neighborhood.Our .
voted in this precinct and the euthus- their midst. pleasantries about the campaign and voters of Marion, then will your humble I servant gracefully retire and *v**

hsm regular representative will > his competitors, calling Napoleon enter the field again for any office In t he county or state. But as Mi. tow .'
displayed by the audience at his Hon. H. W. Long, candidate for
send in his notes of this splendid Broward a sailor-not the land creates no special privileges a"d admits all to ak for HH ..f*>*f*.
speech plainly showed the second a governor;
that his commissioner districtwas
following gathering which will be printed in of the voters for places of trust and pro fit, your humble servant .**. n. .*4.
Robert VV. Davis
was strong. tomorrow's issue. on hand and made a splendid a railroad lawyernot son why it should bar him or any other nan from offering Mmxff for ""flieo, rfj

Carlos L. trunk's popularity was speech on the needs of the county a governor; Dannitte Mays a good his character and citizenship is of that t/J>t that is able to Invite their .**.*.

also in evidence, he being greeted with The Cartor's Pond Picnic. and above all the necessity of good fellow too-but not good enough for tion and criticism. Whether the edit' tor: of the Star has a goes bwMtt.** .r

hearty governor. He said the latter would does not need the office is not in questi i*on. What little he has h* has wrfc4
applause he We in roads.
L'i stepped upon are receipt of the following
for and persistently. How g'"od that business is in a
diligently psowtiary
the rostrum. letter from Mr. James make a good governor-may be,
set forth in a clear Hudgens!, of Mr. V. P. Smith, who Is also an i it seeks. If
sense only interests those whose credit the undr*>g t4 has M....
i and concise manner his Fellowship, which explains itself: for the of commis- some day-but not now. I business
position aspirant position h
on "The annual even a partial success of the newspaperthe promises the tan pasta ii
picnic at Ca.rter'sPond
the topics of the day. He received will be held May 6, in connec- sioner from the second district, was NOTES. county, if elected, the same unswerviize ing devotion to duty shall *fc.r.*4.frs .

s many compliments upon his speech, tion with the campaign present, but as he was in his own his official acts. Some of Mr. PatUuian friends in their seal, fly liee
accompanied Dunnellon is growing by leaps and object of charity, hence he is entitle' d to our sympathy and votes, and .die
by promises of |la hand Every lady is expected to attend and neighborhood did not make a speech.
some vote on May 10. bring well filled baskets for the oc- bounds. Every few days see some office should be his, but he does not des ire to b* viewed from this ttanrf*.**.

Ed casion, whether the candidates come new enterprise launched into the That Mr. Pasteur is an excellent eitiz n and has been a capable .ftl Mai it to
= was the next speaker. or not. business world in that section.Mr. his credit, I admit it, take pleasure in laking the acknowledgement, ht |.

His speech was :oa the lines before [Have no fear, Bro. Hudgens. The 4 Ull U. Hensen has opened a first say there are not others equally as des Irving, capable and faithful it l. wetvoitn
stated in these columns, laying candidates will be there in full force. a serious reflection on hundreds of the of Marion ceunty. That the .f.
t2 -ED.] class restaurant in the Leitner building fice is sinecure and that could .al Lily b* dispensed with
special stress on goodj j roads and his .... a one I* the b*****
belief that Marion county is entitled Political Picnic at Moss Bluff. -"..-.. and is enjoying a brisk trade. of the tax payer is evident to all, but being embodied in our state *.it.t4*.'

to In her political picnic to be held at Messrs. J. M. Hodge and H. K. tion it must be filled, and there is no ther county office that IhevW r4tounty .
compensation from
the state for 6Qts. this should and has done. No C >> treasurer
as one io at I Mw KH
10:30 Martin of Alacnua have
a. m. May 3, Moss Bluff ,A recently ,
money expended on the armory prop ever served the third term, and the pie a, now so strenuously 'Insisted tfI by
through the efforts of her opened a general merchandise store
erty. Considering the lateness of the wide awake $4 : Mr. Pasteur's friends availed not in the cane of Florida' immortal hare, 6**

hour he said he would be brief, and citizen,,Mr. John T. Lewis, expects to -..........-' opposite the Dunnellon House. They J. J. Dickison, who certainly was des Meg of consideration at the hand .,

". carried out his promise. His speech do herself proud and leave a good report a splendid business during the the voters of Marion county both for scan rvicet rendered the Ute, teat *( ?*e

impression on her visitors. 12Qts.s.gQ9 short time they have been here and never give, and because of his phys ical infirmities and Mt age. f* for at

i: was well received, and the applause Linadale, Stanton, Ocklawaha and are now busy putting iu a lot of ad- claims go for this office, I have none.these I'limply present my itx! *,Hjp. f'sryears
that followed it proved that he had reasons, and the disparity cff bur I unhesitatingly, uy Mr. Pattaer
Electra ditional shelves for their goods. The
are invited to join hands
, many friends in the audience. is as capable of earning a livelihood as I I am, trttturtr tr rte tratwrf, and
with Moss Bluff in making the firm name is Hodge & Co. ,
day a
therefore appeal to for support remembering that I
: : The speeches of Messrs. Smoak I you your ant not unmtaf"
memorable one. Mr. N. C. Berry has within the past I ful of the fact that nature has been un kind: to Mr. Pasteur, and I dH ply
Rodgers, Gordon and Galloway the eyes "
A time few the of with him, but this does not alt r the fact It It
four big and a big crowd are days purchased drug store pathLze neither a ja.tifj tk*
for sheriff, were all expected. Pl PREPSCHAS Dr. J. M. Samuel. Mr. Berry came nor denial to any ether man' appeal fr the office-a matter wheHy In yew

short and to the point-the point be ___ here from Dade City and will in a few power and keeping, to which I respcet'u appeal I and U wKUK verdit t I

Ing that each,,wanted a bigjvote at Sheaf Oats Wanted. will graciously bow, whether I com* out In victory or |. down in d.fL H
Bellevlew when the Will buy 10,000 pounds of oats in L BLUM COMPANY weeks move his family here. elected I promise the people of Marten faithful nrviee.
primary election bundle at market Mr. C. Huber having his bakery
price.4PAL3ttr'ru Sincerely
comes oft. I 517 and 519 W. Bay Bt
PARK FARM, and residence repainted, which adds C. L BITT1NCCII,
C. L. Bittinger, candidate for Jac soruile! Fla
". Ocala, Fla. considerably to appearances. Candidate for County *t"' ,*,.


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

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to WIN Resolutions.At I Close of the Revival Services. -
I f ITJSAMAITEROFHEAlTa a meeting of the Ocala Rifles The revival services, which have are Perplexed

19th 1904 the been going on in the Baptist church I
Ocala Boys Struggled Valiantly But Tuesday night April : In reference to the best disposition of the amount ot money (mull or large\t whochyea
for the past two weeks under the
resolutions introduced by I
1 the Jays Were Too Strong. following splendid and magestic preaching of I are putting aside for your family or for your old age, write The Ml&tuall.Jtt
firom Saturday's Daily. Lieutenant Graham were unaimously I
L'L'w Friday afternoon at the Driving and enthusiastically adopted : i Dr. H. M. Wharton came to a close Insurance Company of New York for information as to the form of policy that irSI

iI ,. Park the recently re-organized Ocala WHEREAS, We recognize the fact : Friday night. best suit your needs. Here is an example of results : !

-- base ball team tested their strength that maintain an efficient militiaof The body of the church and the
t The late Archibald J*.Waterbouse, of Philadelphia, who died ..M* ty Ut ,
against the professional aggregation the state of Florida it is assential annex and aisles were all crowded Friday held policies amounting to IS..wo in The Mutual Ute J.....* t
and those heard the best and Company of New York. The forms of inwance: under wbwfc Ikes* 4wir :
from Jacksonville. The home team that we have good discipline, and that present
were issued were so selected that bis widow will rrcrite at sue|....w U cath ;
I looked to Jacksonville as the Jacksonville said milita must be based on sound most eloquent sermon of the series. and an annual income of$3,000 for twenty years,and if she is Ihrtaf*t iu end
f I think of that period she will receive l6oaooincash i ,making the total amove*rfretvcd
He took for his text: "What
f and safe business principles and thatit .
must have to
boys appeared
under these policies{140,000 on which the premiums paid by Mr. Wakfh ute
Atlanta a few days ago. is necessary that we I have as executive -. ye of Christ?" Matt. ":!:4::!. amounted to only f77,t r.aa (From the/*<7
The teams are verY unevenly officer one who is a thorough He handled the text most eloquently
J. 15 he
matched. business man, energetic and of high and showed that it was much MUTUAL LIFE

The Jays are in the game as a business intellectually, as well as one of fine easier to be than not to be a Christ

POWDER and have played together. The sense of honor and of truth and, ian. INSURANCE COMPANY OF

Ocala team has had baldly any prac- WHEREAS We have in our present Mrs. Hilburn sang a solo most

Absolutely; Pure tice and played together jesierday af. executive office; Adjutant General J. sweetly and the choir several appropriate Oldest NEW Y O R K L.seatm

?'JIEPLEISNOSUHSTTUTESAL& ternoon for the first time this season. Clifford H. Foster, one in whom all hymns. .

Mr. Wharton delivered his lecture: America RICHARD A. McCURDY President WorU
Ocala would have made a more the above elements are combined and

fivorable. showing had they been up one who is thoroughly familiar with "A Picnic in Palestine," Saturday CECIL WILCOX, Manager, Jacksonville .,..

ELIZABETH: : EA3BIS, Local Editor morning and left for Eufaula, Ala., r ----
against an amateur club. The local military matters of the state of Florida JJlja)

haw i is composed of several very I and one who has the best interest Saturday afternoon. S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MLLE

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. good individual players who will ; of the state troops at heart being himself He will carry from Ocala the pray-

" make the nine more formidable when I "one of them"' and serving ers and good wishes ot its people. S. A. STANDLEY & CO. I-

lion. HenryY.. Long was in the I they have played together a few through fourteen years of service from -
A Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough.

city Monday.. times. They could not expect to win private to major general; a comradeas Mrs. Edwin Harlison, of 300 Park Livery. Feed and Sale Stables

\ Medicated Sftt Krick for*tock. the game yesterday, but the spectators' well as a superior and, Avenue, Kansas City, Mo.: writes as

Oc alaSeed Store, Sole Agents.Mr. were quite pleased with the exhibi I WHEREAS, We, having in mind the I follows: 'Our two children had a We carry the most completeline

great good he has accomplished dur- severe attack of whooping cough, one
H. G. Dunn of Citra is spend- tion.Reed I of them in the proxysm of coughing of Harness, Saddles, etc. '
pitched a splendid game, I ing his short term in office in behalfof
ing a few days in Ocala. would faint and bleed at the nose. r
striking out five then: while )Ic. I II I. the state troops, and bis untiring We tried everything we ever heard of in central Florida, and will give

Rev. Prisoc, of Flemingtou, was Lauren, of the Jays!, retired only efforts to bring Florida up to the standard without getting relief. We then our patrons the very lowest #

among Ocala's gusts Monday. seven on strikes. Ocala's infield work reached by other states as well as called in our family doctor who prescribed '

was fair, the errors made being excusable his influence with the general govern- l Foley's Hony and Tar. With prices. We area thoroughly .; _
Mr.C. A. Liddouis up from Parrish the first dose they began to improve -
r :: for the first time. In the outfield mentand, feeling that change in the r .very equipped for fitting out turpentine .
spending .* few days with his family. and we fell that it has saved \
Peyser, Morris and Pelot pulled ollice of adjutant general at the pres- their lives. Refuse feubsti lutes. Ptstoilice and lumber teams, gear, '
)lr. and Mrs. C. Y. Miller, of L>- down the long drives from the Jaj's ent time and stage of advancement Drug Store. m
etc. .
wagons, .
Roy, spent Monday in O -aIa.i lu t8. would work a serious hardship to the ,
I For
i Mr. J.1. Buco Monday and Ocala: went first to the bat. Neither Florida state troopsbil it our dutyto I 1 I Belleview.. "We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Sun.lncrs -
t r side scored m that innIng In the ourselves and the general welfare Messrs. Carlos Si trunk, Gecrge G. Buggies and \Vhite Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wajjons
Tuesday with his sun, Mr. NewcouiiBarco Mathews and John B. Floyd candidates Xorth Side Court IIoiic. Ot''''", Ha
second Tisou, Morris and Andersou to slioA' our appreciation of hi, eJbrts
} I #
: ,at Cotton- --Plant. went out in one, twu, three ortlrr.For in our behalf therefore, be it for the legislature ; John P. ,.-

4 The surest and safest remedy for the visitors Chupple move one Rewired, That we extend to Gela.ralFO'itt'r I Galloway, Henry Gordon James L.
.ud bladder diseases is Foley's We Have Just Opened.
kidney i I5mo'ik and Allan Rodger; :*, candidates
to deep left where It was kills by our t'nrue:5tbh for his! sueJ -
Kidney Cure. Postotlice: Drug Store.m forrherifl Thomas E. Pasteur and C.
: Morns. Reed hit safely past first c-s-s in securing fhe nomination to ;;

Col. Nic Barco was a prominent base, and was thrown ont at second J stu't'eed himself as adjutant general of L. Bittinger candidates for treasurer; -_ The :Newest,

visitor in Ocala from Crystal River when Womble hit to. Jewett. Worn- I the state of Florida in the coming Alfred Ayer and Joseph ('. )Mathews The The Nobbiest Swellest,

.. Monday.Mr. ble went to secoml on a passed ball primary of May 10th, 1904. and that candidates for assessor, and several

Alex lour bt'ad went up to and scored on a hit to center by Rob- we pledge to him our hearty support other candidates and friends of candidates STRAW I-IATS
left afternoon for
Citra Monday where he is engaged in inson who was retired trying to reach and eflorls, aud that wv recommend Monday
.. Belleview and the distinguishedorators :: To be seen 1
st Con to the notice of the democratic votersof
surveying.Mrs. In Ocala.Caall .
entertained the of
:Neither side scored in the third and Marion county, the efficient manner good people andCHAMBERS see,

Fraukie Dell, who has been : that little city Monday in discussingthe
fourth innings. in which he has administered the

visiting in O ala for a few days returned In the fifth for the Jays, Robinson duties of his office and his personal iasuesof: the campaign and presenting THE SHOE Go.OCALA

home Sunday. for .
their claims ollice.
went to first on four bad calls. )lc- and business qualifications.!:

Lauren took first on an error by third Tbat a copy of these resolutions be A stall corro-pondenl of the paper FLA.
\lr. John W. Martin, the popular
them write the ...
Savannah base. Springs hit to center field, spread on the minutes of the company accompanied to up .wa l
trawling man of ----
young -
scoring Robinson and McLauren. and a copy furnished to each proceed ings.Belleview ..!!i !!
was in Ocala londaY.Foley's .
Dingle hit to left scoring ;Springs newspaper of the county for publi- is a pretty little city and

Kidney Cure if taken in :Nichols put a safe one past short! and cation. entertained the visitors in a most I WE EAT MEAT -ii1W1-1

from all kidney
time atlords security scored when Chapple was caught between elegant manner.
and bladder diseases. Postoflice Will Be Married Today. To grow ittroog. Uul 'w we get
the bases. Jacksonville made I
Drug Store. naMrs. From Tuesday's Daily. Health is Ytuth. Disease and Sick- gno I meat we may' w..Uld|
--- two more in the sixth; two in the At nine o'clock this morning' Mr. I
Monday ness Bring Old Age. m it alonp. There I It no Ktrength
Clara Burnside returned seventh and one in the eighth, while Richard W. Ervin and Miss Carrie
she had Herbine taken every morning before IBI r t :& in tough meal-Initradof gly.
from Dunnellou, the home team was not able to put a Phillips will be united in marriage at .
breakfast will in 4. .'
keep you robust r. .,: ing it takes Btreoglb digest
been for several weeks man across the plate. Morris reached the home of the bride's father Mr. '
health, lit you to ward off disease. It "
w it. It pays to be eartfal In
Mtssrs.'T: : C. Hall, R. S. Hall andB. the third sack in the ninth inning Thomas J. Phillips, at Fellowship.The cures (constipation biliousness!: dyspepsia a c I S buying meat-W we to get

but was retired there. be fever, kin, liver and kidney -
of this city spent Sunday ceremony performed by ::' /
W. Blount. complaint. It purifies the blood and 'a the tent-t idff and choice.
,The score Rev. Z. C. Crumpton in the +
in Jacksonville.. presenceof clears the complexion. Mrs. D. W. i t, ;, Pay a little nwre if next 1 te and
Battery; Ocala, Reed and Ford. a few friends and relatives of the writes
Smith Whitney Texas April l put something la your tiomtob
Messrs.V.. D. Bobbitt, of Reddick; : i
Jacksonville, McLauren, Susgs and bride and groom. 3, ]902: "I have used Herbine, and

C. W. Latterly and Jas. Howell of Robinson. Umpire, Liddell. The bride is the daughter of one of find it the best medicine for constipation /j tt Rte Kr ,j: which will pat lt4i fM your

Ocala Monday.The does all 1m bou w and triMc bkwwl in stint
Anthony, were in the oldest citizens in the county and and liver troubles. It f
Reading Club. you claim for it. lean highly recom- rt.EDWARDS.
she is one of the most popular
prettiest and most upto-date The reading club met with Mrs. J. young mend it." oOe. a bottle. Anti-monopoly -
for ladies' correspondence ladies in the Fellowship neighborhood. BROS.
Hue of box paper: Drugstore. u
J. Gerig Monday afternoon instead of ,
can be had at Tydings &; .
Stalls! 2 and I City Markl. Ocalu Ma.
the for .
Tuesday, regular day meeting.It
At the Churches.
Compauy':; and the prices are reasonable Mr. Ervin has been one of thecounty's
too. was the largest meeting of the The regular services were held in g-rJ:; r.J: !IU _L m u ."' -

club in a long time, every member popular young school teach-I the Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyterian .. .
Montgoiuery -
Mr.C. W. Joseph, ers for a number of years
with one exception being present and Baptist churches both Sunday
Cooperage Company, !has present residing in Tallahassee. SEEDS.
and the meeting was a most delight. morning and evening. This was the -
gone Montgomery on a business! The Ocala Banner offers its best
ful and interesting: one. After discussing first Sunday since before. the Baptist
trip. wishes to the young couple for a happy
current events!: which is and life. revival services that there bad been If you are in need of peanuts, velvet bean, goobers, ,
"Uncle Billy Folks, of Juliette, prosperous
county's farmers always the first thing on the program any evening service in the Methodistand chufas, whipporwill, clay, cane or lady finger peA, beans,

one of the prosperous Miss Violet Harris rtad a paper on A startling incident is narrated by Presbyterian: churche", their English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties

was visiting his Ocala friends on the German author Christopher John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows doors having been closed in order that field corn, and all field and garden seed,

Monday. Weiland and Miss Minnie : 'I was in an awful condition.
the congregations might unite with eo Call on or write,
My skin was almost yellow,
)fr. and Mrs. J. L. Emerson are now read a paper on Bach which was eyes the Baptists.
sunken, tongue coated, pain continu-
occupying the cottage in the second prepared by Miss Ford. Both papers ally in back and sides, no appetite, The churches were largely attended The Ocala Seed Store c

ward recently vacated by Mr. J. H. were very much enjoyed. growing weaker day by day. Three and all of the ministers preached excellent

0 Benjamin and family. Next Tuesday afternoon the club phhicianshadgiven m. up. Then I sermons. Four new memberswere Sole Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick.

will meet with Miss Esther Weathersand WAS advised to cElectric| Bitter; to the 11'
received into Baptist church
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote, who my great.pjr, the first bottle mad a -
it is hoped the attendance will and three into the Methodist.A Sale
have made their home at Leesburg decided irnproYtmeut. 1 continued Speciai Sewing Machines.
be it this week.BilluiS's .
as large as was
their use for three weeks and am now
for a number of years have: gone to disordered stomach may cause no
Horehound a well man. I know they robbed the IVc haven largo number of Sewing Machine Hint litno been .
Jacksonville to reside. Syrup. grave of another Tictim." No one end ot trouble. When the stomach u\'d-!'ome but little-tliat Mcuili fltwotit at Ilargiilii I'rlr .

Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy should fail to try them. Ocly fifty fails to perform, its functions and the Tne-e machine hate been thoroughly otcrhaulcri by c*- _-
Mr. Sam Bre sy, who has spent the coughs, oppressed, rattling aad rasp- bowels become deranged, the liver 1)'rit.'lu'ctlforkJllt.1I and all worn parts>> rt'.hu..III..d tunitoftat
cents. Guaranteed at Tydings & Co'pruhsists. good :m new tor service. Each machine+ ailjn.Ied. tried and
winter amt spring in Ocala a guest at ing breathing. Henry C. Stearns, and kidneys congested!: causing numerous .
guaranteed to do hctore it Icatt
m I.erll'ctfork "t our More Can -
the Montezuma hotel, left Monday for I IheviUe druggist, Shullsburg, Wis., writes, I diseases, the most fatal of be peen and tried, if , ired.
spend the summer. May 30, loll : "I have been selling I Juae Teacher Examination. which are painless and therefore the "'c will ell thee uHU'hlut'r)' low for 'n..b. Price run k
N. C. to
.\\ Ballard's Horehound Syrup for two I For review secure "Answers to i more to be dreaded. The i important from 81.00 to Sill: 00, and each it! a bargain at the priceWe
drugs in com- and have had :Florida Teachers' the stomach and are agents for the celebratedew Home4' unit "11'Iteekr
i We use only pure years, never a preparation I Examinations 1S94- thing is to restore & with
Wilson'semnuJIaeliiiies without
or hulton*hale ..u.I *
t pounding prescription, and we don' that has given better satisfaction.I 03." Nothing like it published before. liver to a healthy condition and for tacliment.Graphophoncti.

;i use the drugs that: are "almost the notice that when I !sell' a bottle they / Over 200 pages Only $1, mailed 110. this purpose no better preparation I and record A Graphophone and 0 Hccorttx

same thing" as the physician pre- come back for more. I can honestly Order at once from compiler, A1. H. csn be used than Chamberlain's .for 8 .00. Furniture and lloime TnmUIiIng Goods Altsii'I'lis
I :' attention to mail .
r &, !riLt'$. Our rule is never to substitute. ., recommend it.," 25e. 50c. and 51,00. I Foster, Supt. Claytou .Co., schools Stomach and Liver Tablets. For Special orders.m

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The lecture given by Dr. H. M. b
|.John Temple Graves Says it Has Geo K. Robinson Says Acreage in Not Yet Able to Cope with So Wharton, of Philadelphia, at the

Failed to Materialize-Makes I Marion County Will be Strong. i Heavy a Team. I Baptist church aturday morning was SERPENT
I I very largely attended and wa greatly : i
Prophesy. Among the prominent visitors to i From Sunday's Daily. ? ,
Ocala baseball went I enjoyed.
The team again I
Washington! D. C., April 23.Whathas this city Thursday was Hon. George J t )
i down in defeat before the superior The meeting was opened with a i \v1//; The worst disease the world has ever katmu atnd
become of the Parker stampede? K. Rouinson of Ocala, who was hereon \ "" Ui/1 C.rrllu.
I strength of King Kelly's South Atlantic prayer by the pastor of the church, I r. the greatest scourge to the human race,
It was duly scheduled, loudly heralded a visit to his brother, Hon. Walter I I One of the r1"" ol tha m...tII
League team at the Driving Rev. L. B. Warren, after which several f1./._. \Blod Poison. drop
and confidently expected to G. Robinson. i II ; horrible of all diseases will pollute and vitiate the
I i Park diamond yesterday afternoon. hymns were sung led by the I\ I l within sport titsne ..c'ri'
follow fast and free upon the actionof Mr. Robinson has been located in i : ( purest, healthiest blood, and a.
I I However much the home team regretted choir who have been singing duringthe \' Ii IJ little the system Ii flied with tbt
New York. It has not material Ocala for many years where be is re- -.<,y't the first sore appears .1.
i. the defeat they have the consolation meetings for the past two Weeks. d U awful poison and the skin breaks out m a rod n ;
ized. It iil not in bight. It appears gardnl as.a first-lass, conservative Illcera&eJ.
that this contest did not resultin The subject of Dr. WhartonV address the glands of the groins swell)), the throat and mouth become
: to have teen an irridesceut dream.Let business man. During the greater I the hair and out, and often the entire i surface of the body
a shut-out. They managed to feud was, "A Trip Through Palestine eyebrows
us see the facts. New York part of this time he has been engaged scovered with copper-colored splotches and sickening sots and erup-
diamond in the ," and in beautiful and simple the
three men around the treacherous and.I..y.. *
acted on Tuesday. The faction of the in buying cotton, and next to his tions. Contagious Blood Poison is as
sixth inning. language told of the trip with a it in veins with.no visible evidence.of .
New York democracy that was always brother, is probably the best postedman serpent. You may be carrying your
Of course the was one s-ided. party of thirty friends from New York its existence for while
game ; eafferian t...l VI
defeated outnumbered the faction on the long staple jotton industryin Ann ..
The score was 17 to 3, but the few City to Gibraltar, Italy, Greece Egypt mercury and potash seem from ConUgieaa Blee* P4a. "..
that Is generally successful, and the state. to cure" and all external and trying the beoet pa,"; "
spectators who went out to encourage through the valley of the Nile and onto obtainabte and aU 'h lI"'k.\
forced an unwelcome candidate on a "I believe the acreage will be heavier 4 signs disappear r, the disfrz'aS \''' m dleine.pro O1''' .'''''eMeaseis .
the boys with their presence seemedto the Holy laud. His destriplion of sVI: 'eoattnuin tejfje. weft.I
divided convention. New York in in Marion couutythis year than doing its destruc- hOpe of rMOftl'f,...
thoroughly enjoy the sport. On .all the interesting places and sights. tivevork within, or the rcoo Phr.1ofaDI proaoae.sd .Y ...4
structed. The country was expected last, remarked Mr. Robinson, in l'
account of the high winds it was very in Palestine Were beautifully worded patient is constantly ".!' fJr. incnrable.Iioplst.esiaaltrp.
to follow. speaking of the condition of the < ')P \'OI I tried S. S. 8. j-.rowcl fwfs
difficult to jude the flies acurately, and were interspersed with scriptural 1 harassed by returningsymptoms "b.- the first bottle, '.,* after (.**..*
Let us see. The next day New and the acreage planted. "I say tjis and unmistakable twelve was ..,.. ..... $M
but the work of the outfield of both quotations, making the days Christ welt,and for t W. yen Lav4
Jersey democrats met in convention, because we are selling a great many traces of the blood noreturBOrfytaptom0ftli.Til.dltt....
earth und the
on wonderful miracles
teams was good. Thousands of
seed. The have become poison. II. St. RNS'
and a resolution to instruct for Parkerwas more planters vra.na-w.N.C.
Ree., who played third Use for the performed by him very real indeed. physical wrecks and
defeated. That encouraged by the good prices whichpre.aih
chronic invalids from Blood Poison know the 'uncertainty
home team, was exceptionally good. For an hour Dr. Whartou spoke the effects of
delegation goes uninstructed.On : last year, and they are going of the mercury and potash treatment-that it fctifle but doe not
and held the
crowd iuteusest interest of his
He ran out into the several -
the same day Pennsylvania into ctoton planting heavy." kill the serpent. As long as there i is life in the serpent there i. 4Ofltr

times and secured the applaue of congregation/ throughout his addrescs. in its fangs and while blood is tainted there i. danger of isnec
democrats acted. A resolution to In speaking of the condition of the ; your
all present by taking in. hard fouls. After the lecture. .a collection was tion. Safety lies only in crushing out the life of the loatbtome disease
Instruct for Parker received only the crop, Mr. Robinson stated that it
Anderson also made a pretty one taken u;Ly Misses Millie Williams, and killing the serpent. For many years S. S. S. ha been knew at
vote of the man who otf red it. would be good from present indica- of
antidote for Blood Poison. It composed entirely
an is a remedy
handed catch of a lour drive to center Anna Mixou, Louise Scott and Alice
Pennsylvania snaps her finger in the tions. The weather has been tolerably vegetable ingredients, and we offer $1,000 for proof that it contains
fi'ltl. All the men-of the home Bullock, who also performed the
face of New York and sends sixty favorable, and a great deal of the cropis the least particle of mercury, pe4Mh w
team's infield had errors charged to duties of ushers. The collection wasa other mineral. It thoroughly purifies tine
eight uninstructed delegates to St. already up. He states that the
them. large one and was turned over to blood, improves the appetite and dIttion --

Louis. farmers of Marion county as a rule The Jayt hit the ball often ant hud: the King's Daughters to be divided and tones up all parts of the .yte....

The next day Nevada acts and her have enjoyed good crops, and the ma- In chronic and long-standing case of
making fourteen hits in all. They between Dr. Lindsay and others,
ill delegates go definitely instructed majority them are in a pleased and i Blood Poison, S. S. S. act? promptly and
ran bases well and played the game who lost sj heavily in the Mause i bad after eeeti.
without -
for William Randolph Hearst. contented mood.-Gainesville Sun. leaving any
for all there was in it. We wish them tire a short time ago. Write us about your case, and our physicians will advise with-
Oregon acts. Her delegates are unInstructed -
The Speakers Visit the Vegetable well m the league season which opens Everybody is very enthusiastic iu out charge, and we will mail you free our home-treatment book tell
but six of'the eight are by all about Poison and its different tad
Section. this week.In praise of Dr. Wharton's lecture and ing Contagious stages
open declaration for Hearst, with a
McIntosh, April 23, 1904. the first inning Ford hit to third of his genorisity iu delivering it for so symptoms. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA
resolution of indorsement
sweeping Staff Correspondence.The .
ana made first base. Vogt was au ton worthy a cause.
behind them. good citizens Mclntost invited
a fly to left field. Tison hit to third
Wrst Virginia comes next. It is a the county candidates to be with County Candidates Invade Roddick.
and reached first, but Ford was forced HUBBARD & MACDUFFHEADQUARTERS
southern state, and she was claimed them at a basket dinner yesterday and Special to the Ocala Banner.
out at second. Reed retired the side
r as the backbone of the Parker column. they responded in full Ibrce. Reddick, Fla., April 23rd, 1904A
foul to the catcher. The
on a pop-up
West Virginia snaps her finger in the About one hundred persons had number of the candidates for FOR
first three for the Jays should
face of New York and refuses to Instruct gathered at the city park and to this up county offices spoke here last night to
have been retired but for errors of
while five of her fourteen the searchers for votes were directed about fifty people in the city hall over
infield. Four men crossed the plate AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
delegates are for Hearst. upon their arrival from Fairfield and for them in this inning. Rou & Fridy'a store. As the meeting .

t And now Massachusetts ignores Reddick. was an informal one and gottenup
Ocala went out in the second inning 53 INCH. r T Qt,
: .r New York. Let us see the exact facts Mr. S. H. Gaitskill acted as masterof within three hours only those liv-
f with only one man having i as rv. a 4111v. e
f about Massachusetts. Eighteen of its -i----1--P
ceremonies and the manner in I ing near by were in attendance. The .
II The added ( si
I reached first base. Jays i x.
l district delegates ire for Hearst which conducted the affair showed speekers were Messrs. Bittinger.Carn, 1 e
t Beth sides i_ .._ as tr. J ( r
three runs to their score. ,-. -- r t+d
\ against ten for Olney. And the four him be G. G. Mathews .1
.; to a presiding officer of experience Smoak, Galloway, .... tr I tr. 1 eI
turned down without in 4n
were a run
i delegates at large; were elected by a i and worth. Ayer and Bobbitt. Mathews i } set r 1
J t the third iuning. The Jays got two
technicality the state convention Mr.Carlos Sistruuk! the youngest of made the speech of the evening andit
more tallies in the fourth inning on
The district conventions in Massa- |the crowd of office seekers, was accorded was well received. Mr. Pulliaui,
hits and : ; : H-hr.r ETF '
I three a long fly to center.
chusetts meet on the 28th, and under the honor of leading off with a continued" candidate for constable for the pre- ;-.:-..: -:=-.. -O77.: "' ...... -... .-_, [ -'

| the democratic custom and right in (speech, and he did himself proud : They their aggressive cinct, announced himself as such in a t14r. / Cy'1e Sprtial t1oS, Hirst an,J CUU Styfc
I :Massachusetts tactics by making three more runs iu '':y4is '.:.tor(.rt. -e:..' .Stayt 13 tea .r*i.i. apart
nine of the fourteenI
winning new laurels to place with the few short remarks. The people here

1 congressional districts will exercise j large bouquet which he has already the fifth. are too busy shipping! beans ro pay I .;;rl-i n" ]i'trie, strong, z nidi grade steel wires, lieuviiy galvanised.

1 I Ocala \\all determined not to be ... -.. .. i..... auJ contraction. Is
1 their reserved right and will each accumulated in the campaign. He much attention to the campaign. ;r .yla iH j. : c.pa.iwu practically ever-

I,It instruct its two delegates to vote for was followed by Messrs Wartmann i shut out. In the sixth inning Ford ___ H __ __._. :';::,-);. Never ;oas wron no matter how great a strain is put on it.

was out on a foul. Vogt hit a liner A Theughtfui Man. D ? s i./: _:late, but does efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hogsJTVERY
Hearst. This is certain from a can- Mathews and Floyd, all of whom i. ..1 j YL: ;
over second base. Tison followed :M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind.,
vats of the district delegates already seemed bent upon putting his best Ii
knew what to do in the
hour of need
I 11 selected. But, even if they do not, foot forward to win the favor of Me- I with a safe one over short stop. Reed His wife had such an unusual case of i ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED

Massachusetts is divided and neither Intosh's voters. All mad strong put one out in left field. Andersonalso stomach and liver trouble, physicians !: :y the manufacturers and by us. Call :and see it. Can show you bofii

I II of iu factions will follow New York. speeches on the issues already spokenof made a safe hit. When the could not help her. He thought of i; ',: save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.

Six states have acted since NewEl inning was over Vogt, Tison and and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills
in these columns
Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Hawk and Corn Shrdder
York. Not one of them has followed Reed had been around the diamond and she got relief at once and was Econoy

f applauded.All finally cured. Only 25e. at Tydings Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Etc.
I U New York. Where, oh,. where is the : the voters of this precinct are safely, thereby saving Ocala from a & Co. m ,

? Wait until Illinois EII I It shut out. Jacksonville made four in
stampede gone busy with their vegetable shipmentsand Mubbard I Macduff Ocala Fla.

I swings its fifty.four delegates into the crowd representtd at the. pic- the sixth inning and one more in the I I i Mr. Frank Harris went up to Lake ,

I 1I1 f line, as it ourely will swing them, for nic grounds was conspicuous for the seventh. City Monday to be present at a meeting n .__ _

Ii ilIe r t. Wait until Iowa swings her absence of these important factors in Ocala. 000003000 3Jacksonville. of the board, of trustees of the .__ees.-..____..

43023410x17 University of Florida, of which he is
twenty-six delegates into the
I lit same political campaign.The .

U I. column. Then comes Connecticut, other candidates we understandall B1ttery-Oedla, Jewett and Ford. a member. Matters of vital impor I on( Goods Delivered free. Write for Price IM&F :

Jacksonville-Chapple, Pelson, Suggs, tance to the university will he dis
for Hearst. Then
11 sure comes Florida
Ii had their say during the afternoon. .
Robinson and Reed. Umpire Geo. cussed.A. .
sure for Hearst. Then comes Georgia, Everybody present seemed to enjoy II A .
K. Robinson.
where the wrangling Parker clubs are the meeting and each candidate is .

going to meet a wonderful and painful certain that he is stronger in the precinct Another text that a good sermon : : k .

surprise in June. And in these today than before he went there. could be preached from is the follow l ce .,

thunder tones will be written the The good ladies of the community ing: "Lots of men and women who : f.1;. J I .
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condemnation of democratic masses furnished an excellent dinner which undertake to carry the world on their ',; i .Iii' .. .

for an "indeterminate conservatism"that : all enjoyed: to the fullest extent. The backs do not take care of their own t e.aex ;.:'11 I: :J. 7ldl OLD I ,, ; CD

is getting to be worse than re* ladies of one of the churches sold ice families." Suppose everybody should .s r' .; ;; i\\. .

publican policy. ft cream and lemonade<* on the groundsand undertake to do that. Suppose that I K. HflWKES, Optician, ........,. ... ,.;-; 1\ L:..;,'. e.' ". \ ..' .

". t Judge Parker is a good, clean man, we understand cleared quite a everybody should apply himself to Establish 1870. y," \"./ ,
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but he ought to think something.He handsome amount. keeping his own household in order. Commencing over thirty years ago in : .
the smallest the firm has stead : ._ -_ I. JII9o: .'
way, =---- ..
ought to say something. He oughtto A Chattanooga Druggist's Statement. Suppose from every household should iyt and rapidly grown, until now -_:= _.:::_:n'_ --:;o.- ; ;;-- :: -c- ,"" .
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trust the whose Robt. J. Miller HAWKED SPECTACLES AND .-= ,I't111. 1
people suffrages he proprietor of the issue the incense of innocence. Sup -- 1 ', .
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aikswlthan expression of his faith Read House Drug Store of Chattanooga pose that around each home sweet reputation, and are used in every :-. / -llP. 'ty.t : .
;, and its reasons. Judge Parker is at Tt-nn., writes: "There is flowers were blMming,would not soon town and city througnout the south. -' J! Lit"' -: i- .-.; '. ; --i .
more merit in Foley's Honey and These famous glasses are used by the ---" tJ
; Perihelion right now. He will never ar than in any other cough syrup. I the:: whole eartn be filled with their best class of people in all communities. .U.iWJ:. : -'5:1f'. 1Iit ;.: .: 1 ,. .. .

r : be en.near the sun agb in. His stampede The calls for it multiply wonderfullyand I fragrance and enriched with their They are old only by merchantsof .,,- .O"i'"'i --' .
recognized reliability of whom =-_. _;- ffcJn.f .. .
has failed entirely. His boomlet we sell more of it than any other beauty? Huppose that every man there are now over 11,000 handling w ---;----: ";.- ---. .- c. .". .
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is on the wane. Democracy is a positive cough syrups combined." Postoffice should bridle his own tongue, would these goods; and when it is remem S : "ss ':::' jj:::::::---:.-' a
, bered that there is in __ -= '; ..
Store. only one }
Drug m agent .. ;
force. It demands a definite there be slander? Suppose ?* ys .
any every town, the wonderful demand for them "* .. --- .

candidate. Colonel Camp Buys More Property.Col. man should sweep around his own can be somewhat appreciated.For .

_ JOliN TEMPLE GRAVES. W. N. Camp has recently doorstep, how cleen the earth would DR. sale by Old Forr it Corn $2 00. Old Miller Rj 1.50.. Jlouutalo \fallv
r "The pearl is the image ot purity purchased from Mrs. C. C. Todd the Corn $2.50. "Barbe." R>t 400. Apple and Peaeu & I
soon Never
appear. Peddled. $?G0 to -4.00. Kentucky Prid. $3.20. Bowen. 4 filSS
X Bjrt
but woman is purer than the pearl." beautiful .
property on Camp heights Send Express Money Order

I. -.. -J Thackeray writes, "A good woman is I, known as the McConnell place.It A Great Sensation

' l' the loveliest flower that blooms under is one of the most desirable There was a great sensation in Lees- Jerry Burnett & i
prpo- ville, Ind., when W. H. Brown, of : COMPANY.BOW
r heaven.
Balsar "Even the
says erties in the city. I that place, was expected to die, had .

error of roman spring from her faith Mrs. Todd"" has only owned the I his life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery Merchant

In the good." Voltaire declares, "All property for a shorrtime and her investment for consumption. He writes: 140 .BAY ST., JACKSON VILLE, FLAtttt

the reasoning of men is not worth one in Ocala real estate added "I endured insuffrable agonies from IS tttttteittnumit

i asthma, but New Discovery gave me Tailoring.
sentiment of
woman. Lamartine quite a neat sum to her bank account.
immediate relief and soon thereafter .. ,, 11'
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asserts that "women < VWX\/>
have heart
more Col. Campt is in Virginia and of affected a complete cure" Similar

# = and more imagination than men." course can not be interviewed, but it cures of consumption, pneumonia, Ocala, Florida. WORMS WHITE'S CREAM

Otway exclaims, "Oh, woman! lovely is rumored that he will _move his bronchitis and grip are numerous.It Finest VERMIFUGE
i is a peerless remedy for all throat Imported and tt..tuQwnar. ltaaaauu .
_;woman! Nature made thee to temper offices there in a short time and will
and lung troubles. Price 50cv and $1. Domestic Cloths. For 20 Years Hasr' Led all W.rlll
(iTiT.O \ }
\ man. We had been brutes with. make extensive improvements .
uponit. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Cutting .
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USA ILIZABSH RABBIS Local: titter Wedding at Orange Lake The Ocala Bar Endorse the Supreme 0 CARD,

I Mr. Frederick A. D-tiiiel and Miss Judges. W. SMITH a CO

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Carrie E. Kin/r, sister of Mrs. D. H. Whereas, there seems to be some opposition From Thos. E. Pasteur Who is a Candidate
i Burry, were married Sunday:; afternoon to the candidacy of JusticesT. for Re-nomination and Reelection -
M. Shaekleford.J. B. Whitfield and Florida.
Mr. K. E. Vojie, of Gainesville, TV iu the MetboilLst church at R. S. Cockrell in the primary electionto ..

eeiveriu Orange Lake. It was one of the prettiest be held on the 10th of May, 1904 and To the Democratic Voter of :Marion Co-inty:
l r bankruptcy, ia at the Ocala Whereas, it is our opinion and belief
Hou-e. weddings: ever solfiuoizid in that it is for the best interests of the When I made my simple

returned that town and was largely attended. citizens of our state that Justices ment, that, "If in the judgment .."." ...
Mr. Frauk Drake yesterday Shackleford Whitfield and Cockrell
Rev. Diitjer: (performed tbe ceremony. should be chosen in said primary to the pecple of Marion county 1
afternoon from a business visit to
The pretty little church was urthti-: serve as judges of the supreme courtof faithfully and b'fi tngly:
Gainesville.Mr. Florida for the next term, and ,
catty decorated with ferns, palms: Whereas, the-character of the office the duties or county treasurer, Irepectfully '

James Roach, travelling reprw potted plants, .ut flowers and, the held by these gentlemen, and the re- ask: their support in the ; : ; .,1 :
r 'quirements of their duties as judges \
putative of the Central of lieorgia beautiful white water lillies that: prevent their making an. active canvass proaching democratic primary. j : \-..

railway, i iollu the city.Mr. make Oriii-je: Lake (uwous. before the people; ittle thought that it would -p 1
Therefore be it resolved, by the lin- r
I Little Nora Burry and Ruth Rouse I dersigned members, the Ocala bar necessary to address the voters
and Mrs. Edward Hiller spent
were the ribbon bearers and Miss that on account of our knowledge of through the prtss of the
yesternay: in Jacksonville. They will I and acquaintance with the gentlemen
Mabel Daniel acted as miiid-of-houor. above named, and realizing the fact However, a communication from

return home today. Mr. .T. that a large number of the voters in )
The attended
groom was by competitor, published in the
the coming primary may not be fully
Tits Carrie Pelot entertained a W. Tillmau, of Bojrdnuu. acquainted with their fitness and quali- Star and also issued in a circular

The bride wre a blue traveling fications for the position to which they which directly attacks my friends
: large number of her young 'friends, aspire, we hereby indorse Hon. T. :M.
dress and never looked haud&omer Shackleford, Hon. J. B. Whitfield and the support: given me and hence indirectly
last night with u must delightful: ,
Hon. IL>S. Cockrell for the office of
than at this time. attacks me, compels me
party. judge of the supreme court of Florida,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel will make and heartily recommend them to the J justice both to my friends and to new and priMlfltl t Mt ttS trey
Hampton Chambers came down to go compkte4vsiWMittt.M*. Ifl'
and of
voters of the state especially
their home at 8t. Augustine, where self to make a simple statement. chimney. It muM W MM to kt spea aabd
Florida at this, the fifth judicial circuit of Flor-
from the East Seminary let u*explain IU menu.
; i Mr. Daniel is employed by the East ida, as gentlemen well qualified and I have never in the past, nor do
Gainesville yesterday to spent Saturday best fitted in our opinion to discharge L
I Coast railway. >: in the present campaign, ask the
and Sunday. i the important duties of that high office -
: of fellow citizens
port my upon
Death of Azro B. Rogers.1Ve Signed: R. L. Anderson, Jno. G.
; Dr. E. T. Allen the and ear the
eye ground implied in
Reardon, T. E. Biggs, Joseph Bell, R. COMPANY.
have received the Bradford
specialist, owing to the illness of his A. Burford, H. L. Anderson, W. K. Ze- above referred to, neither have I
(Vt.) United Opinion of April 22, wadski, Carlos L. Sistrunk, O. T.
eon, will not visit Ocala again until single word to offer or a reason to
Davis Neil M.
Green, E. W. ,
which contains an account of the to the people
t Thursday, May 5. Raymond B. Bullock, Laurie T. Izlar, that is calculated to auger any who
death of Mr. Azro B. Rogers. L. N. Green, R. McConathy William
Hocker H. G. Eagleton.At this campaign may not favor my country
Mr. and Mrs. 8. T. Sistrunk and a During the winter of Ocala's disastrous ."
didacy. I desire to be considered to furnish

',. party of friends went out to Silver: fire and some years before that
the Elks Hall Tonight. the people of Marion as a We have new
Springs yesterday afternoon and hada time Mr. Rogers and his estimable ,
The King's Daughters will give a for re-nomination upon my record and efficient
most delightful time fishing, etc. family wre winter visitors to this city .
delightful entertainment at the Elk's a public official. As your
and while here Mr. Rogers purchased to fulfill the
of this hall tonight, the proceeds of which for the past three years I have
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews, and has been interested in trade
property prompt
will to Dr. W. C. Lindsay who stantly striven to do my whole
city and their guests, Mrs. Andrews go
Ocala and for twenty or more
years and solicit
faithfully. How I.. have succeeded a
lost all his
and the Misses Russell, from Bradford was a regular subscriber to this recently nearly personal

county, spent yesterday at Silver effects in the fire which destroyed the leave for the people to judpe.; .

paper. Appreciating with the deepest grai.tulle
Springs on a fishing picnic. He was a high toned, liberal hearted mau e. BLUE WAtiOX.
the trust that the people ,
t Admission 50 cents. "
and excellent Christian gentleman .,- -
Mrs. H. A. Ford, Miss Emily Ford The following program will be r -n- four and also two years ago placed l into
and reached the advanced age of ,,
t.J and Miss Helen Blair left yesterdayfor I deed : my hands, it has been my
I eighty one years.
St.: Augustine, where they will Piano solo Selected Miss Peyser. endeavor to perform its duties as

e. remain over Sunday. Miss Blair will Hisdeath is universally, lamentedby Voice Mona Miss Whitfield. law directs carefully and honestly.Hence
all who knew him and his hem Violin Solo Pot pouri Mr.Goodsell.
then return to her home in Cincinnati !' Reading A Sisterly Scheme Miss Mark. if, in the judgment of

e Ohio, and Mrs. Ford and daught paper pays a splendid tribute to his Voice' AMay Morning Mr Pinzel. friends and fellow.democrats I \ Rates ReasolGbll,
Piano Solo Selected Mr.
in which this
paper joins.
will return to Ocala. memory Voice Selected Mrs Fi"be1.\\ discharged these dune in every

-f Miss \\' .
"Quick lunch" is one of the moc- Violin Duet Intermezzo} Mr. Goodsell. i tReading ticular properly and well, then
, Mrs. W. L. Hale and three little Special Rates by Month.
inonest of city s ln8. The sign do'sn't America's Conversion Miss Summer. kindly ask and would greatly

1. t t daughters, who have spent the past say "a healthy lunch of good food- Voice Beauties Eyes Misscamsby Anderson., ciate their support in the primary
Voice I Mr.
four months in Ocala, the guest of the charactes of the food apparentlyis I
Violin Solo Pantasir Mr. Goodsell. May 10th. Very.Rrspectfully,
Mrs. Hales brothers, Hons. R. L. and not considered It's just a quick I Reading The Frenchman and the Rat
THOS. E. PASTEUR.How .r'r.
H. L. Anderson, returned to their lunch, eat and get away. Is it any : Mr. Goodsell. I PROP
wonder that the stomach breaks Voice Love Could Tell The Mr.Finzel. I
home in Louisville Ky., yesterdayover A Comedy Sketch the Battle Goes.
down? Food is thrown .at it, sloppy, "THE ANNIVERSARY,"

the Keaboard. indigestibleand innutrition foodveryoften By Anthony C. Finzel. From the best information ---.-... ---

: ? and the stomach has to do the Mr.Augustus Belmont Mr. Finzel. able the result ot the first

A prominent party of Crystal River best it can. Normally'there should be Esmeralda (his wife) Miss Eloyse Izlar. I RAe E.
( the Ocala House will be about as follows:
f were registered ro need for medical assistance for the Lawn Party.

yesterday. In the party were Mrs. stomach. But the average method of The lawn party given at the resi- UNITED STATES SENATOR. Lumotr 0*.

I Nic Barco and sons, Mrs. JametT. life is abnormal and while this continues Taliaferro, first; Stockton, ; In _
dence of Mr. and &rs. Frank Harris
Williams and Miss Adah Bennet there will always he a demandfor Jennings, third; Call, fourth.GOVERNOR. Dried FlooringfCeHiogf
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- last night by the young ladies of Mrs .
and Mrs. M. E. Coffey, of Atlanta. and Brick.
covery. It is the one medicine which W. H. Clark's Sunday school class
Davis, first; Mays, second; of
left onthe north boundA.
, can be relied on to cure diseases of the event.
was quite a pleasant third Broward fourth.SUPERINTENDENT Columns Door and
C. L. for her home. stomach and other organs of digestionand ; ,
Quite a number were present Seats School
.nutrition. It is not a curdall.It : OF SCHOOLS. Pulpits
r Mr. A. R. Toph has his little son, enjoyed various games out on the Tables. I
: is a medicine designed for tbe Sneats/ first; Holloway, second. am constantly

Raymong, In Tampa, where Dr. Blze, stomach, and to cure through the lawn. Ice cream, cake and homemade SECRETARY OF STATE. for any quantities and

i a specialist,.Is operating. on the little stomach remote diseases which have candy were sold by Mrs. Har Broome, first; Crawford, ; promptly
their cause in the derangement of the
.; fellow's throat. An operation was ris, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. W. W.
stomach and digestive and nutritive Kirk, third. ;,. -if
r Wednesday and Dr. Bize Clyatt and a neat little sum was
" Informed ; system. It cures when all else fails. ATTORNEY GENERAL.
t: 1 removed four fumgus growths and the I realized, which will be devoted to I JOHNSON
I \V. H. Ellis, first; Alfred St. ,

t half of one tonsil. The little boy is Memorial Services. some benevolent purpose.A Abrams, second. -ftlttl.-

now resting nicely and hopes are Clean Record.A ADJUTANT GENERAL.J. .
; Memorial services by all the secret
entertained that he will soon be able visitor to our city remarked in Clifford R. Foster, first; [ HD. MAID MAt IMll
orders of the city will be observed the lobty! of the hotel that, "C.4M. Thomas, second.
to speak. .
Sunday afternoon, May 1. All members Brown, the people's candidate for .
Mr. Anthony C. Finzel, of South be winner. SUPREME COURT JUDGES. MOMltTOH OP-- -
would certainly a
of the different orders are requested governor,
All the present encumbents will MACHINE SHOPS
Lake Weir, came up ,yesterday to to meet at Pythian Castle His opponents can bring nothing re-elected.

spend a few days. He will sing at theKing's Hall at 2:30 o'clock sharp. against him; he has the cleanest and Least.

Daughters benefit concert at record of any man in Florida. While Going West or Northwest Travel Second Haul Rail lftM *M Sil

The committee: would appreciate all a devout church member, he is not ,
Chicago and Florida Limited, isle or lean,
hall tonight.Mr.
the Elk's flowers that relatives and friends of bigoted. He fought the dispensarytwo

Tom McCarrol, of New Orleans, departed brothers would donate. The years ago. and was elected to the vestibule train of Pullman, Kntlne- One Hilft N1 Kcflmt

senate on that platform against W. observation, library, dining car ttefelf. XUU' IUU Atr utte.
who is connected with the govern following floral committee will receive ... One 12x18 Erf City
K. Zewadski and W. J. Chambers,!*o coaches, between :!lt. Augustine
all flowers for the occason: D. OD.50IIP. One 20UP.
the on a
ment survey, is in of the shrewdest politicirns in this Chicago. Only one nigbtout.SCHRD'ULR return tubUr bullet, flat.

to his father. Mr. McCarrol formerly 1 E. McIver, T. J. Owen, C. K. Sage, district. His hands are clean from boiler, and a lot of other ) 68

lived in Gainesville and was a schoolmate I Jake Brown, C. H. Dame, R. E. any contanmatiou of the Flagler di- .
Lv St. Augustine....K. E. CRy.7:50 FLORIDA
of Mr.Saadford Jewett at Auburn i Yonge, sr., C. L. Moore, W. J. Cham vorce bill, he has always condemned I Ar Jacksonville.- ....,..."__....8:50 a. -

bers and J. G. Spurling. that measure. Lv Jactson viUc__4.C.L.Ry.9:10 a. '
Ala. Having once been a successful real Ar Tiflon.......__.."_ --... .1:09 p. -

T. D. BRYAN, Chairman. estate man, he will know how to care Lv Tifton...-..G. P. & S.Ryy.....1:19 p.
For Bondlnt the City. Ar Macon.: ..._...."..408: p.
for the state lands. Having fought RAILWAY COMPANY
meeting of the Board of Trader A Dandy for Burns. Lv :Macon..c.of G.Ry.--,4a8 p.
A side by side with them, his heart is Ar Atlanta_.....-."....?...-.,7:03
l' will be held at the council chambersthis Dr. Bergin, Pans, Ills., writes: "I warm toward the old soldiers his Lv Atlanta.W. &. A. RY7J3p. Feb. 7th 1803.

raised farm ........_"......_...
evening at 8 p. m. for the. purpose have used Ballard's dnow Liniment; comrades, and being on a Ar Chattanooga .1058 p. OCALL

the report of the recommended it to friendsas when the farmer made everything he Lv Chattanooga Co &.St. L.Ry..11:05 vi8., W.? n* TtoMwiS. **rt..*%.
of receiving always my Ar N slmlle-__.._**.. .330 a $Gd ib. saga. itt...
used from cotton to shoes, he is in full .... Wwkwgtea
on bonding the city. I am confident there is no better Lv Nashville .L.&N. Ry,.3:40 p. committee sympathy with the farmers, and Ar Evan ville-.....**.. --......7:55 a. sad Ftorida spedat
The presence of all members Is earnestly made. It is a dandy for burns. Those knows their needs.Everywhere Lv Evansnlle.....L.&N.Ry...... .8X>S Dine iU rodeW aa.oUwt pBU ft*. Ab H liM14.

requested. who live on farms are especially liableto it it said, that if Brown Ar St. Louis__ _"_. :35 p. Brook ftiif. Ttrpo *pfl9|" @ertttif
Lv EvansviUe..-JE.& T. H, Ry..8IS ab.
HERBERT A. FORD, many accidental cuts, burns, does'nt win the first primary whichis Ar Terre Haute...,.".11:10 Ssrisjt. Ctttmtcr. *t *w,tc. J'dtno

President bruises which heal rapidly when Bal likely,he will'lead the Ticket. Lv Terre HauteC. E. L Ry_._ii:25 a. a'* sad literawttt pettt
-. C. 1... BITTINQER, lard's Show Liniment is applied. It Ar Chicago.---a-t-.4ao: p. Oak. IKpoat. %1CfOIII sect ftS etter

: Secretary.K. should always be kept in the house Dining Room. to Close.. This train is the standard of ..** and ttttmrttttt**M*

I I j for cases of emergency. 25c. 50c. and The Ocala House dining room will tion in passenger service. $ .Jt..4 Jf carry lace W.
K. of P. For Pullman reservations and
r $1 bottles. Antimonopoly Drug west oa 6ilD4a,.. Tttt&fa as4 Tht-"
after breakfastthis ticket
information to
of the close for the summer apply agent
: At the regular meeting E.C. Ry., St. Augustine or A. C. radepea4aat UM et.t<*.*M eke r*. *eat
' of Pythias Monday night Mr. D. W. Burns, of Jacksonville, morning. Howeves the rooms office 138 Bay St., West,
a Knights reft4Ur fUMfc f A Cat m.ff.*sa,
f '' there will be a roll call of all members representing the St. Louis special will be opeaed throughout the year Fla. U**Altat at a4dit

of Ocala Lodge No 19. Members edition of the Florida Times-Union and meals can be obtained in the cafe ,D. P. A.
i requested to be present matters off in the. city in the interest of that pub. and early in the fall the dining room fOLETSf Qenl PasMmgtr> Agent

r lication. will be reopened for the winter. TorchUd"-r-v". ..***. S.y._ +-




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1 THE OCALA BANNER MR. HEARST'S FRIENDS. JOHN AND TEDDY.In gent charges' as to cause one to think t!1..1

that by a process of inclusion and cenlsI:

Job's friends were a greater affliction some minor things\ our distinguished exclusion, the man who built Jacksonville I FOB8HSIirT-IbertbytnnwisKemytrlft.es.,
: flAY SAUIS Editor.F .
to him than his boils. candidate for the United and is carrying on his I dldste for the office' of*fc.tur.* Miss CMMsubject V
7. Leirengool.Business Manager. ,, to Ibt wife* ot the dtswmtk pfrtwjrIf V
__ And some other man once exclaimed States senate, Hon. John N. C. Stock- shoulders the heavy burdens of the is Bominawd and elected promise to p.. .,.

in anguish and bitterness of spirit: ton, is the double of the great Theo- people, has reached the .conclusion what Eight a cents woman a pound paid for I Ih..eh'e I I the duties of aaW office to the iftKUYOOKBOff.FOR bnl of .y****.* V

friends!" dore Roosevelt. that he is not only a modern young I .
"Oh, save me from my Atlas !t I ---- ----- -
If :Mr. Hearst's friends in other Roosevelt is as strenuous as a "high but the only honest mac left among pounds aKpgPKTATIYLz
''t'i JFLriJa. /."" ,....,..
states played with him as they did born lady." He is brave. He believes his fellow mortals and has been providentially She was thin and weak and tA.Ikmom1tc.

in Florida he may well make the that he was alone in Cuba and bi saved from the general paid one dollar for a bottle ofScott's I hereby aanoanc We.. .......... *. lb.1g1'i1atsre .
from Marten cat*** ist.. to ...
same exclamation. presence ended, the war and give wreck and if it were not so there taking V
Emulsion, and by democratic primary, aeHeM.*. ...... elm

When the first conference of :\Ir.Hearst's peace to the island. would be no "It." ,democratic fri B regular doses had gained cAK1oe1.IIw'k

,. friectU was held in Jack John is strenuous. He believes Selah ,
twelve pounds in weight --- -
sonville'the statement was sent out, that be alone built the great city of
Pot suuJrr-1 rntdsISy aaunt s fFO

MOTTO: THE BANNEL BELIEVING (and so far as we know has never been Jacksonville. That he is the magnet, the bottle was finished. candidacy for sheriff. Ifdi ........ I ....... lID

.cbtrielheduUe .ft*...t ......... ..
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO officially corrected) tbat no one was that causes people to flock to it. the: Editor of the Ocala Banner. Eight cents a pound is partially IDd to the wry bw s f .f ... *,.

.: TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS wanted to co-operate in the movement Roosevelt is spectacular. He is We are much interested in the discussion cheap' for such valuable ma- J. L ""a,

TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES who not friendly to the never so happy as when on dress ------ -
I WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE was now going in regard to candidates terial. Some pay more,. some *. SVVRWT11., eN' .iM.. Pv.&k
: candidacy of :Mr. John N. C. Stockton parade. and the Il'IIUt"CTfUlf-ThNMaI"' M ..saa oi Uw
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR law. less, some get nothing for I ask .... ...ppert ettl&. .**..*. ,'*
for the United States senate, and John is spectacular aud also a dress Banner
THB BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE Evidently some people think the their You get Marion county lof the .*.****..** IC ....,

I BOTTOM -- great gratification was expressedat parade performer. fence is the basis of our very exis. money. your Superintendent of FuMk !.*...*... I....

the absence of Mr. Claude L'Engle, For instance, the other night while : money's worth when you buyScott's to thank them for pall fa*.f i a.4 tf N-IIIdll
I tence. They opine that to aboMsh the V I han make cery 6ort to tap***'M**..

FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 194. editor of the Jacksonville Sun and Governor Jennings was sitting in the present law in regard to fence must Emulsion.We along aU line. Rnprl4.Ss'V

i Labor Journal, who bad the distinc- annex of the Baptist church in this essentially bring 'about the general: will send you a little VT D. C"'.. V

: Of course it goes for the saying that tion of being the first Hearst advocatein city, the preacher invited him to occupy collapse the human family free. yea TAX Aunaoa-h..I.f Uat I taw
precisely filled the office of T$i Amtwt to eN Mttrf*
i the supreme court judges will be given Florida. a front seat where all the good V
'as it unerringly and steadilyhas tlonol meat people aid *>*tf IfcM i MB

i a second term. They deserve it every The editor of this paper, who was people could see him (a neat political brought about the destruction of SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS, now qualified and eqipf4t. de ui *.., ...
one I mpeethiHy uk tM?.t...
; one of them. president of the first Hearst club or- move,) John, although sitting in a wen al asy V
thouiandsTotVattle aud hogs or rather 409 Pearl Street New York Marion cwntyforr-wmhut*.... IMo <...

ganized in Florida, was also not invited rear seat in the body of the church )(.,. AIM. At**.
The editor of this paper is invited razor by the slow process of .
and went: far as to uninvited, strenuously strode to the Soc. and $I.OO ; all druggists.other -
; to attend the barbecue and political one paper starvation. Of all states in the FOKTHB U IL.una-1 .*.. $5 fl-. ....

say that"the room of such men was front in a most spectacular manner Marion county la the Beat Uj-Uttft s*4 to
at Blountstown Calhoun our Florida is
i rally county Bunny most .
...... .
and the that end otldt tb.t of M cm.KM
worth more than their company.If and completely overshadowed our abolished the fence
Saturday, April 30th. backward in the stock question. at the coaiiaf primaries V

the men back of this conference great governor. more experience the new order, ,.... .. ......
Being compelled to wander aboutin
The Jacksonville Sun's >take off" were sincerely for Hearst were they Roosevelt could not have performed the more they marvel at the fact that -
quest of food, the animals are Foa Cou-KTOt-I aaMvac* my ss1-t.(r
of the Jacksonville Metropolis in its treating him rightly? the feat more dramatically. they were permitted to fool themselves for the office of Ui collector fr|)I.*.. .....,.

last issue is the completes piece of driven to desperation through lack of subject to the actto of ,lie 4..M*.tte ....., lit
to John does not and so long.
have as
Should they not attempted possess strong
it, and in the very nature of their theprt'nITyIGW bM May .
eat I re that has ever appeared in a make all factions a unit for their striking a figure as Theodore but all With better farms and better K. L.CABMVFOB
brute instinct are nothing loath to ,
Florida newspaper. favorite. V there is of him is picturesque. stock with the resultant effect of THE LaGJ.unu-1 bePb, .......

Our county candidates, who are But instead nf which they attempted Like Teddy, John grows strenuously choice trespass patch upon of corn and or depasture other vegeta-any better living and better homes, is it my candidacy Marion couatyiaaVjcct lor mevber: to of lie tfcc MttM kt4sfrom of MM

shelling the woods with Ciceronian to ride their senatorial gladiatorinto eloquent in cultivating the pronoun tion where vulnerable surprising that the people of the democratic primiry toW Mid Mf *.
a spot in the
eloquence delighted the people of office on the Hearst boom.If $1" and under the strident tones of fence affords them opportunity. South Atlantic group of etatts look Oca. O MA*.B*.

Fairfield yteterday and' today will Mr. Hearst's friends have played his own voice has already grown to We hold upon us with a bland smile and poiTAs.U.-Tbqiiyfrlt44dJ c
cannot the dumb creatures Mathew throughout lbS co..t,. Ce j.***..
kindle the fires of enthusiasm tim the in otner states it be a great political Goliah. murmur sotto voce, "way back yon
political same way responsible, for the pangs of hunger :I bU worth and .Wat,. ftetcfey f***.** ktt

at Reddick. should not be a matter of surprise Like Teddy, John is nervy. der." nameIotb.dexntIcvoltn. Mart.*Mwtr
naturally urges them to seek sustenance If Florida is going to for the nomination for Us a*.t..* to ta a.,.
John to Ocala "the Ocala progress why
that he is right-along losing delegatesin came ,
:: ,
in the ttectto
preaching primary
About 300,000 ton* of coal are con- most convenient and prolific
not ? or does the old time
the different states. editor's" own home and told his uwu progress Nut .fW""
umed yearly by the Siberian railroad. places. Many people surmise -
Poor Hearst! people that the "Ocala editor" was a blatherskite and convention factotum POK COCDTT 1..00&-1 fceftbf *...*.. .r
that to feed stock all that
The bulk of it from the
comes necessaryis
still the magic candidacy for re-elertioa to te eftct *f M4fjudge
I bad man because he wasn't possess power.
,.: mines in the Tomsk and Irksuk dis- His worst.. enemies are his friends. tearinghis to compel his neighbor to "keep up ,subject to the action af Ike 4.ess..
shirt lu piects to lose John in the The primary election is drawingnear. primary to be held Xt? ... HW.Roaiar.

districts of Siberia, but the Ural* Nothing, Like Experience. United States senate. And more's your fence." This done the cattle are Will any of the candidates an. Iiu.es*.

; supply most of that consumed on the "One truth learned by actual experi- shut out. from succulent food and nounce over his signature what his Po* Cocfttv T...AMrti the shame John's it is said
western side of the line. ence does more good than ten experiences compelled to subsist upon wire grass, is ment of the people of Manes CMaty I ....
policy progression or retrogression.You .
was by some applauded. V faithfully and befitting discharged th
: The local candidates are having the one bean about.", Tell a man Frank-Harris, George WiUou Tom pine knots and moss. legislative candidates, want of county treasurer I mpcctraHy ak tfcetr asp

There are two :>r three months in port ia the approaching democratic primaryTKOO.
S time of their liven. They are feeding that Chamberlain's Colic' Cholera Stockton (John's brother) H. H. the people's vote. Will any of the .K. Past wa V
the when stock cattle said to
on fried.chicken aud the most succulent and Diarrhoea remedy will ,cure McCreary, Wallace Stovall, B. B. year are said gentlemen be sufficiently candid Foa CtBMK Cucrrr OBCBT.-I hmt* sa

cholera 'and he will most thrive and that is during the .\early] Bounce candidacy lor re-eiectfcM to ,ta. officeol .
of vegetables, and taking lemons morbus Tatum, and nearly all the 'editors of with the voters to state plainly the my
and clerk of the circuit court to tl
% *
young grass season.
from the failing fortunes of the "pepperbox" likely forget it before the end of the Florida, together with its legislatures policy you intend to pursue, or will action of the democratic toUrs at the pftaury

Let him have attack During the remainder of the year election to be held ... take tttt
day. I
performer, are pelting each a severe and its courts, are all subsidized ond you shout insignificant promises in May 1904 opportunity
stock but lingers a miserable exist- to thank the* who B4*. a."fMrtei
other with of that disease, feel that he is about to the ears of the while with
the most beautiful bouquets people
the voters becoming rapidly corrupt me In the put and trett my rtooi4 t. IM office

: of oratory. die, use this remedy, and learn from ed. ence and during this latter period the ulterior design, you propose to blast it baa been neb aa to enable them to rate tor

; most depredations are committed. me again. A. T. .tu..*..
- his own experience how quickly it to their hope. I ___
,_ It Fortunately'Johu in the hands of -
; begins wore and. more to look ..... We contend that these I
'I geves relief, and he will remember it depredationscreate Are you in the scheme to cheat us FOR SHenrr-I beretjr uaouscq Mfwtf t
|| like Taliaferro will he a wiuner in the Providence, is the: leaven to save the more confusion candidate for the o%* cf ftheriff. 01 WariMcounty

first primary. The clean dignified I all his life. For sale by Anti-uiouop. whole luuip. V V \ engender of the primary? IUbject to the democratk "... $.* t..

I oly Drug Store. m more moUce aDd product more lasting Are you designing the unconditional !be held on the iota of May acat sad rtpe *,

fl methods that he has pursued seems Like Roosevelt (see Congressman animosities than any other question fully aolicit the support el alt the dernier***

: certain now to be sealed with the .approval The Irony of Fate. Patterson's speech) Johu, In his or issue in the state of Florida. capitulation of the people to the voters Marion couDI,. SttpMfvttf

I trusts as other famous, feo called JOHN F. OAUOWAY.
of the voter of the state. It The shot that killed Baron Von estimates of public men. there is apparent The fact that stock is permitted to .. ,. -
demo rats hav done? The people 1'0" M KM BIB Or tkHWt BMftt-IfuUy fs-..
seems almost impossible to fool all Ketteler was fired from a gun madein in his sweepingaurl extrava- roam is not sufficient to produce bet- announce mylf candidate"* rti.ltcU.Baan

., the people all the time. Germany.The have been aud are being owned by member of the Board ol fvUfe InotnuttoB
ter and
, more healthy and profitable supposed representatives, already too for Marion county from the TMr4..**.+*. ..*>-

L There seems to bo sowe bad candidates cannon tbat battered the animals. The reverse is true. ject to the action,! the>rHMsr iImM .. hi
long. "Eternal vigilance is the
priceof held MIytn. 1904. I. IL BUICtteoaVtatt
In Diml county. A writer in walls of the French Legation were KICKANDSCREAM Two or three weeks since the Banner --- _._,-- ,-
- your libert). Fellow citizens,
-. the Metropolis says he cn'furnish the forged in the factory of Creusott. published an article purportingto beware. PLATFORM 110"-1 FOB SrrtBixTrnDUir or Jgik lee....
auMunee y..tf a to
names of several candidates for office The knives with which English and be the opinion of a Mr. Erwin. county Miptrintendcnt *f p.... iMsuid.e .. V

:i who do not pay for Ihe luxuries of American prisoners in the hands of Baby's Awful 1 Suffering from' Since:; that article appeared two other CONAN DOYLE'S CLOSE CALL.. Marion county, imfcictl to the tte.nll..*.Ht ft V
of M. ...
mary y If elecfei khan w*.k IM t"
life. He says they even beat the poor Chinese Boxers are tortured were Eczema. correspondents have replied iu not b eat ln'ere.taof the attaet*aiRespcctfUy ixnly
Author of Sherlock Holmes Has Automobile .
: dressmaker, milkman washerwoman, manufactured in Sheffield and Con- very complimentary terms to the Accident. Fla. B. I.Ciatral. Z.+a rM.

newsboy, and last, but not least, the necticut. opinion of Mr. Erwin. London Aprll26.": Llttlo or nothing -- --- ----,
-I h retf .., Ik* asp
poor, little, 'ragged bootbl%ck. We Money making is a trade not acquired Could Not Hold Her. She Tore Now, Mr. Erwin is certainly; entitled jot into the English newspapers regarding port of the democrat otm e f(ton* .......

1 are glad we have no such men running by all men. A man who can to his notions whether they conflict Dr. Conan Doyle's recent motor for my election aa a memWr of ta.fcH .4
accident but it was a remarkably county Cl lDmlNl oera. and wM M afcilil 4 amy
-for office in this county. drive a sharp bargain- makes money.. Her Face and Arms. or coincide with the facts. close call for the author of Sherlock duty ai I rrpmentatHe of tke euttcounty.

He has acquired the art. The man However, be forgot some very important Holmes. W. D. BOWHTTHo
who has speculated on the right side factors pertaining to this The literary knight, who recently eo..MIMIGIfH.-IIacn\r;; *..*-.*..-'.y

HACKING. of the market knows how it's done. Cuticura Saved Her Life So fence question. The gentleman neg- has become one of the keenest of automobilists the elf board n candidate of county: for recVOM_......* .a.**.Mini. a4 int&* V

Gamblers make money; merchants, Mother lected to state why so many carcasses was motoring back to that my past record(a lWscap ,te 3es* la*
the .
Says voters f the second
his home at Hindhead with his broth ktlW&n .*
; That word hacking is expressive to who half pay their clerks make were lying well distributed at the primary to be fceM if ay t*.
those who have experienced the er. and was justturning Into the
money;manufacturers who cut down throughout the state making the H. W MMHi.
constant cough. which is called a II When my little girl was six months grounds of "Ondershaw his residence -- "" _.

hacking cough. Sometimes it is the wages, make money. The man who old she had eczema. We bad used atmosphere putrid with the effluvia when one of the car wheels FOB COCXTT CoMHM.i.*ea.-DtMet K* \
result of a cold. or of grip and some- cold and all kinds of I hereby announce My ca...i. tor .. .<
slips his debts makes creams remedial, exhaling from the struck the gate and the automobile fy *
times it is a consequence of catarrh, mOl ey. The decomposed carcasses commissioner from
but nothing did her any good, In fact, eoam4sJRef dlititsi N o
: which unchecked man who labors with his hands and she kept getting worse.. I used to of the once sanctified razorback turned completely over. Sir Arthur Marion. county, nt.jed"to tie acts.* tf tk*
has gradually in- hands and his brother were" pinned underneath democrrtic primary ot
his wrap her up, and when I would May H, i4.
volved the pays grocer and doctor and his and righteous cow.
lungs dress her. I: had to put her on the table but, luckily In such a way a. I.. nruu
c in disease. Such a taxes!: and the one huudred other for I could not hold her. She would He repressed the necessary infor- that they were released
a few FOB
cough finds its mo CuX1USiI.
kick and scream, and when she could, "n-1 bmfcf inmate a jr
cure 10 Dr. Pierce's demands made upon him, rarely she would tear her face and arms mation why these nomadic cloven ments after the accident with only, candidacy lor commtsrioaer tree Ute.,**

Golden Medical makes money.enough to become a almost to pieces. I used four boxes of hoofs could not, or would not, knock a few bruises. district of Matta county* avtjcet to t.i gMto*
% Discovery which Cuticura Ointment, two cakes of Cut!. the democratic prwmy efcciin to Wk U
\ cures bronchitis social lion. cura Soap and her the Cuticura down or jump a fence for the purpose : May loth, 1904. .
gave Midget Bonded to Keep the Peace. t. T. H C*.**
1 obstinate coughs, Resolvent, and she was cured, and I see of at I
getting to eat wellas
something as
". \ lung disease hemorrhage Was it Shakespeare or some Wilkesbarre Pa., April 27.-Three-' Foa &mv roa-I hereby ....
one no traces of the humour left. I can anno**** **, a
J \ and con- else who said: "Since we must some- truthfully say that they have saved her to make a dash for freedom.He footed Benjamin Brown was tried forthreatening candidate for the office of county .nrny"*

ditions which, life, and any one suffering as she did, I.hou1d placed his rigid censorship on to beat and shoot six-foot subject to the action of the democratic part
,' 1 if neglected or un- how live our life let us live it for the advise them to give Cuticara a er Catherine Edmlnston to be held May toth... .. W.A. 9f' ''NUu.
In ._
t skilfully treated flowers fair trial. MRS. G. A.CONRAD, Lisbon everything material by WAY of argument his defense -- -- --- -
and the fruit it
bears he
t. ) lead to consumption. not for V submitted some verses she FOR. CWKTT
N. H., Feb. 7, 1898. and the oMwiasasw1aPt1 tluH I
exposed of the
} "For twelve years I the thorns and the dead leaves." Five later, viz., Feb. 23 1903 fallacy had written him referring to his lackof aan satisfactorily repmeat at cwa.Uttfo8f tin
years ,
, was a sufferer from law. $th district on the V
What Mrs. Conrad present size and calling him board of ceaety Kami****
catarrh and was treat- a sermon could be preached writes: an imbecile era thereby
V edbyoueofthebestpbyilcian "It is with 'pleasure that I Our opinion is that Mr. Erwin simply and other unpleasant names. The announce 07 candidacy for aMIpoaitlOQ
*in the State of worth Carolina who from that text. It is as to make can subject to the earning prisuryC. .
Mia the trouble had reached easy inform that the has been court laughed' and
my lungs writes : you cure permanent wrote that letter "feeder." put him unler bond .
V )fro J *M. Patton of Clotho. Transylvania Co.NC. .. the earth beautiful as it is to make it I as It is now six years since she as a t* ',ep the peace. W. TPBNHR

V Pierce'; *I medicines.grew worse Will every say day Dr.until Pierce's I tried Golden Dr ugly. It is as easy to scatter was cured and there has been no returnof The press of the state is perpetually FOB Conrnr CoMxtaswata! a4 -
incenseas DTwt
Medical Discovery with one bottle of Dr.Sage's the disease since, and I have adviseda The -
V Catarrh cured and howling for progression, but keeps Strikers Ordered to Resume Work. Flcmtngton PemocraUc CUb' ..tMti
Remedy me. to-day I am weU foul odors; as easy to scatter flowers lot of friends to use the Cuticura rep
lad and will further present to the
former hearty physician.I Dr. W.say}L Lyday that recommends my- as thistles. Remedies In all diseases of the akin." still very still as to the one great factor Budapest. April 27--The strike commission c commissioner democratic voter c4 tie .***
Why not do it? Instant relief and for district the name* Mr. T. t
Dr. Pierces medicines to me and to refreshing sleep has issued a
V others. I am sure your medicines will cure any skin-tortured babies, and rest for tired, in bringing about the desired proclamation Smith for county: commUsUur tot Mi4 Artrirt
case of catarrh that exists. I recommend themto to the strikers on the state and aska their
all" Congressman Patterson, of Ten- fretted mothers, in warm baths with result.A railroads I support lor him is the prtawf
Cuticara Soap and gentle anointings Instructing them to resume work Immediately It M. in MOW*. e aim**
If you ask your dealer for Golden nessee, says you hear nothing now with Cuticara Ointment, the great skin few progressive men are attempting and adopting more strln- Memington Fin. C
Medical because have
V confidence'Discovery"' in its do not you allow from republican sources but about re cure and purest of emollients, to be strenuous efforts to introduce and gent action by the government against 1
followed in severe cases by mild dosesof RcnmmriYE keftbf Mtontt .
V yourself to be switched,off to a medicine ,publican "policies and practices." Cuticara Resolvent. This is th, distribute throughout the state, cattle them. I name to the democratic r
claimed : but.which .f M.rt*4
did not bVnjuta ask for and good of which "Republican prlncipl ,"he says"has purest, sweetest, most speedy per- and hogs that are or would be of State Convention I county tot their consi you
; you Orderea. I represenUUves
I' manent and economical treatment for from tfeU I'egisiatr
covntv U th M*'
know. Pierce's nothingV.Dr. Common Sense_ Medical I long since been obliterated. torturing disfiguring, Itching burning, infinite benefit to us. Just as good Jackson, Miss., April 27.-At a meet l I Primary to be held May sMbILD.t..WAkyN ftiIt

bleeding, scaly, crusted and pimply stock have most satisfactorily been Ing of state Democratic ,..
V Adviser is sent free on receipt of stampsto Special Notice. skin and scalp 'humours, eczemas, executive com I ------ -- V
pay.expense of mailing only.. Send The next visit to Ocala rashes and Irritations.Sold substituted for the scrubby cattle, mittee of Mississippi today a state V '- -
21'onece1t stamps for the paper covered of Dr E. T. convention to send delegates the'i: ttSjaijtttiiiaf.eea -
book, or 'jl stamps forthe cloth-bound Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat throughout the world. Cottars Bdolrcat, Be. rail splitter and razor back in the to Sinly i at Him .* &
On form of CtioeoliU Coated Wli. !'ic.per rial of. 5)), national convention at St. Louis JV, .4.V.7iT* V
V, volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo of Ointment,Ste- Sotp S5c. Depotot London,XT Chutat was L1iIIM.lIIb4y--
surgeon Tampa will be southern states north of -. tile?&bIa.
just us.
Thursday ordered : .
8q.t Paris Boa dsI&F1xBo.ton. iSColambou for June 15th will be held In K'. Su.q'Si... Sss. w4t Lau. a.sE.
N. Y. .
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i BELLEVIEW. I II II there b -h.g I iwo new s'orra. Tills h I i have bouquet* thrown to them from J
I I I Cotton Must HavePotash CLOTHINGHIs f
I the place 10 get your, cheap groceries.Air. other counties i ,
I Won! was received here fir th. ,
Will Taylor is very much grieved Mr. C. C. Bareo, who has employ '.
I death ou April 20tb, "t 'White
over his sick patient (his horse) I limit at Archer, spout Sunday withrelatives
N. Y.,of Mrs.Jane A. Plaiu"1' I ,
II but hopes he will SAn be ou he go j at Cotton Plant.
fnueral held from the
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again.! I the name of the most important line w*:;tpirry,
tioual church in IlidgefielJ, Coon., : } GAITERVILLE. Potash: is an essential plant food >
I MihMatlie: LeUner, of Authony, j
oa the ind.Aliout which must be added as a fertilizer I
tsar iu our burg fSuu'iay. J
After few weeks silt'ure 1 will try orthe soil will OURMcii'sBoy's
i 20 of Sidney ::Maddox'd:! jouuj a .:_
:Mr.'.Raleigh Beck who has bren on
I friends :gathered at his home Thursday to be with you all <4.;:in. I can u .t ,rx\ become exhausted .

evening, to give him a fa l'wt'll'' the road for quite a while was homeSaturday boa.it of the condition o('
! surprise party. He left Saturday for I ( and Sunday with hUparent. am.l generally in our little lOA'lI. for 11,1, J : true of so

Ocala, front there he will go to :Macou I .". I owiiii! to the dry weather: crops are \\i: '' many cotton Clothiiji
We have been living quite a lively I: : I' ,
where ha I* to go ou the road as news I not very good and of coji>e thiscauses ; H t. .., fields
time with ciudidates and public i : I"I' ..
t I our I "
the farmers to look doMia in the \ A
agent. : jot
I \ ... We have bookss..r"
;) j ...
speaking;; \
mouth. \ :, giving valuable details
After he\eral mouth
I" trending II There were three picnics last week I .J"1 1 4 about fertiliz Have a reputation that cannot be rarpMted. If you wan
with her aunt, :Mrs. Fogs, little Oat cutting stMMm will olJn be lure, ?
for the Central to I v.- ers. We will send
Miss Lena Lewis returned home I ue&renough people but from the general appearance of them free to any farmer who asks us for them. to do your pocket book justice, and at the BMpt time
attend'of which I took the ad.
Sunday. J the the crop in this stciiou we will hivean GERMAN KALI WORKS,
.wear the best there is come and bm oatff ourHues'
vantage : ,
oat digging this year instead of oat Sew YorL-98>Msan Street ur
Miss Ella yke spent a few days, : .,
I thought at first Old Floyd wouldbe Atlanta,Ca.-22M So.Broad St. .
last: week.with her brother in PanaBOlFkee. cutting. >II
one of the ones sent to the legislature "
sotwi.hstanding the dry weathtr ,
but he claims his Suits
opponentshave ,
Earl melon vines are looking line and
Mr. Gardner left Monday for :. < '.. MR. STROZiER CONTINUES THE
taken his I have
platform so .
some few have me.'ofts.! :
Orlando to spend a feda 's young
decideded that if he loses his platform ACCOUNT OF HIS STEWARDSHIP.To .
before starting for his home in Pitts :Mr. R. D. Stokes made a business

burg, Pa. I so easy at home, what would he trip tu Crystal River Saturday. returning ForiYou or Your Son. We will art fo too r11.jr detail
do'at the legislative hall. We had the Editor of the Ocala Banner.
i .
Rev. L. B. Warreu down Monday.Mr.
Monday from Ocala and will conducta J better leave him at home. F. D" Sp.. rkman has the honor I want to trespass a little further on about our line i Clothing, 88 ye* can** .. what
t Wonder of your space anti tell the good }people of i
revival the why some our picnic ef being the: leading strawberry is in but if will tttt
week's service at Baptist your county something more of the anything print, you .N 1R we
folks look so sad? Don't grieve there
church. grower of Gaiterville, in which line
doings of the legislature of 1903.; We will show of tho .
also candi.. will be some more picnics some day.VOTER. he is very sncce sful. you one prottitatnients stt!
Monday saw political
passed a bill which I i-0ibti! most
dates galore In our little town and fora Quite a number of young people excellent one proviaiiia': fiat when ofMen's

few hours "there was something COTTON PLANT. enjoyed a pleasant:: evening Friday at
anyone has anything shipped and it
:Mr. G. 0. Turner's, a birthday and
doing. Even the ladies turned out
is! lost in transit and the party in I t
The second quarterly confer nee for card party being given in honor of
en masse at the meeting to hear the question makes a claim for big goods and Boy's

;candidates.throw oratorical bouquetsat Cotton Plant Circuit was held at St. Miss Ethel Turner. The evening was and the railroad or express companies

each other, and explain why they Johns church last Saturday, Rev J. spent very pleasantly, flinch being refuse tox settle said claim within

P. Hilburn, presiding elder for the the leading After several
should be elected, and what they game.
thirty and the
days owner: for fod to
x secured the district, preached excellent sermons ice cream was served.
'would do they games .
bring suit foriks collection, the rail Suits and Pants.
office. Saturday and Sunday. We are expecting to hear some road or express company is requiredto

)Ir.an Mrs. E. W. White left for Dry and cool weather still prevails.It heavy canonading here Thursday, pay! all coats including attorneys'fees

Y their home at Pittsburg, Pa., Mon seems that all the legislative that being the day set apart for the and also interest on the face of

day. JOSH. candidates stand on the same plat candidates to speak here. We hope the claim and pay the owner for his You have ever laid your eyes on. Come now, to

AND form but then it is broad and strong that all the candidates will be presentas
TYPE- time. This bill met its death in
.STENOGRAPHER enough to hold them. we want to know something about
in Comm the senate.

2 rial ba k. Your work in tie We are glad to note Mr. E. L.Wartmann's their platforms. UNCLE JoE.Foley's Just why I cannot see, unless the The Boston Store.

above lines solicited. Speed and accuracy candidacy for represen majority of that body was in favor of

guaranteed. tative. Be has for fifteen years been Kidney Cure makes Kidneysand the railroads and not in favor' of the

Miss B N SINCLAIR. doing only the chores for the party- bladder right. Refuse substitutes. people as this bill was certainly a just --,- ,

F never until now asking more and his Postoffice Store.
Drug m and honest piece of legislation. :

CENTRAL ITEMS. faithfulness in small duties entitles Nearly everyone who has anything .
Seed Velvet For Sale.
him to go up higher. If the peopleof Beans to do with railroad and express companies -
Farmers of this section this Those desiring fine velvet beans for
want to be honored
are needing county i
will tell you that it is almost! .
rain much. be planting purposes will do well to call Is i veritable dratron of Ill-health
they Ed
very can so by honoring with a 111Nrplellaptrhmore
impossible to collect claim and if
at J. A. Pooser's store at once. One p4rslctl Kreeti thaw iuo6aWt act eil r ose ttuease
Bean picking is the order of the seat in the legislature.It canutodmerlcana
hundred bushels will be sold at $2.25 they should succeed collecting it, WttY? 6imply
lay. must be refreshing to two of the &3' of the malady the araem nuauj Amid t
I per bushels. it requires from six to twelve months quinine,or tut dMd'' m1neNWpmunecesaDon'Meithttr.

Our little burg Is gradually growing aspirants ,for the sheriff's: office to S_R. PYLES. and you receive no interest: on """'r Tt.,Ttiepatdr it's D.rt .routr. t ta3'tail I '

: amount of your claim HERBINE 4tor.nnr.odteaure.nT

I believe in fighting anything thatis I :1J
.q torq N tats h M 14t
unjust, and think that corporationsas saes utaa. "a
II ornAet..i!q.r.kLtq w?okb
well as individuals,should obey the pet bottle, Au prttuteu,
J. M. ME FFERT. JNO. H. TAYLOR mandates of right.I r ti

hope the voters of your county

will make your candidates for the
legislature tell where they stand on

/ this question....
The house also passed a splendid .

anti-truet law which met its death in

the senate. Just why the bill was

killed I have been unable to ascer :.wnJ.U :

i '- tain, for we have trusts in Florida \ i .
"'. ; that need legislative attention.I !

introduced a bill to have the uniformity ,I
t hta
of text books and believed at ,
We beg to announce to the peopleof ,
the time that it was a good bill and ,
"'!4 t M
have found no reason since to changemy yi y

Ocala and surrounding country opinion.The .
voters of your county should

insist that the candidates for the legislature -

that we are now ready to furnish enact such a law if they .,
think as I do that it is a good pieceof

legislation.We }

them with Ice, We have new modern also tried to pass a compulsorypoll I r t t fl'L i r !tr1

tax bill, but it was defeated.In .

reference to the road law I will r.I .

machinery and efficient men and will state that its purpose is a good one, I ii tiiwi .,

but on account of so much important ,
legislation coming up at the time it ,

i I be able to fulfill the requirements of did it is not as perfect" a bill as the h1ItUv ..\\

necessities of our state require and it
v :
could be profitably amended by the \

the trade promptly and satisfactorilyand next legislature.In i e I' k(.\ \

conclusion, fellow citizens, 1 \ \
% I
have told you what I did and what I i \
share of \
solicit a patronage. tried to do and sincerely trust that I
my feeble efforts nave met with your I
ff -L
approval. G. J. STROZIEB. /11 t
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..i Pneumonia is Robbed of its Terrors. r -,----... : -=., -:- ---6.. .. .. _I'- ,.1,,'
By Foley's Honey and Tar. I

a stops the racking cocgh and heals

and strengthens the lungs. If takenin We Conduct a Strictly First Class fc

I : time it will prevent an attack of

: : pneumonia. Refuse eubstituses. Post-

.... '. k office Drug Store. m
Family Liquor Store
A Change in the Telephone Suparin. i


Mr. B. H. Bands, who has been the itl

, WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. superintendent of the Ocala Tele- We prepay freight or express charger oa the following 1

phone Company for some time past Spring Dale Baltimore Rye, 15 y ar. old, 4 tull qU. 60.00.12 M1

has resigned his position and will : qt& I1L00. .

leave Sunday for other fields. Family Cabinet, Maryland Rye, 12 yean old, 4 full qt*. &S.00. 12 toll .=
ICE 8 PACKING COMPANY. qts. l 1.00.
OCflLfl Mr. Sands is succeeded by Mr. J. 8.

Bristow, who comes to Ocala from Brutus, Maryland Rye, 10 years old,4 full qtt. 81.00.1: fall qt.. 911.00.I JJ

J. M. MEFFERT. JNO. H. TAYLOR Atlanta. Mr. Bristow is a very pleasant XXXI Monoasahela Rye, 7 year old, 4 full qta. tS.Z0. 12 foil qU. 'JJ.OG.

; man. He is stopping at Coupons to our semi-monthly free dUtrlbution }**
I young with every t>ureb*,, We _
Mrs. Hatchell'a boarding house on of guarantee Jacksonville satisfaction or refund your money. lUfrwoe+lt NaUoaal{ Iluhk .
The Merchantile Ageoeles. lUmltby poetoMea .r tJprtM.I _
-, Ocklawaha avenue. money order. Goods shipped promptly and In plain bu.PAGE *"- '"

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_ ,.- ( Whoop Vtu up from day to dajr
\ j Politics hare come to stay;
Barbecues and basket dinners,
Tables spread for Mints and timwi;
1/m'eraJ Speakers loaded to the muxak.
Every"platform" like a punk
With its>"planks" so well adp> te4
That nobody is disgusted; -
Candidates with hn'J,ntt-.......
Fences" that must soon be m.nhi.
Kissing babies always"roiling,"
Lemonade with lots of"sticks.*;"
Asking alter everybody,
Waving shirts that still are bittdp;
V oter*who are undecided.Facttonsthatarestir .
di M4.
Breaches! that no"heefer" tab;
Sentiments nobody feds;;
Welkins ringing,
Hat's a swinging
All the people children: briufinj-
Whoop'era up from day U>.,..
\ \ I f Illf iI Till the voters have their
I ,
r i,1 : say
i / l It I t11: riilt'11{.ii it,/ ( fill's' rI And decide in their own mantr,
Who shall tote the party ba n.t.St. .
.Aagw.d.e lboaaea

Prosperity in Bit Figures.

I /\ /f; ft;> Y *' t ; ; Gc According to the report of the

comptroller of the currency the banking

4 power of the world, viz: the eaj-

ital, surplus, circulation and del ,'dts

of banks is at present as follows: :*

United State?, $13,310,00< ); foreign -

countries, SlS.OSS.OdO.ODD.)

I' The rate of increase from ISfcl to
ry% .'o ,,ti 1903 was: United States, Ito jf

4 ; !j l cent., foreign countries, 60 her cent.

A little calculation: bowl that

should this proportionate: rate of Increase .

continue for the next ten

years the world's banking power In

1914 will approximate:

J United States, $28,000,000,000; all

foreign countries, $29,000,000,000.

MAKES This would place our country IB

\ 1100jMIN} 1 aQ m \ this ropect ahead of all other nations
\ \ 1
ii- of the wborld combined.
1 And there Is no manifest reason
t dfl E r + why this rate of Interest should not

continue.On .
the average there is une bank t o

every 4410 of our population, with a
_ per capita deposit of 126.90, including
about $37.50 in the saving bank

Alongside these figure lays the fet
that the farms and metal indtrlr

alone of this country produce 125,000.
000 worth a year, and little Justification
a seems to be left for Hlqal.Uo

predictions of hard time*.-Tamp* .
Courtesy of the Times-Union. Tribune
HERE AND THERE Mr. 8. T. SNtruak has presented his Mr*. R. F. Rogers, accompanied by In the Time of Man's Innocence. I

i wife with a handsome new trap. It is I her son, Mr. Ed. Rogers and wile, of I. A great many good people bemoanthe l REFLECT A MOME1T7(

lPustoftlc< Inspector Fred D. Peer, ofJgkeonvllle.I oue of the prettiest vehicles iu the Tennessee, and her danghter-in-law, I "fall of man." They wish it u I

in the city. city. Mrs. F. Rogers, of Anuiston, Ala., were so that the days of his innocence l SHave you decided on the kind o

.. Miss Gene Fosuot, of Lake Weir, left Friday for Lake City to spend and purity could return again- I'lI fertilizer you are going to use? It's
Where shall the Sunday school picPJHjcs several weeks with relatives. the time he walked the sylvan pathsin ,,_i ii not a question of how much, but
passed through Friday en route
be held. Lake Weir is bidding the garden of Eden just as he left Af' what kind when the best result
north where she will spend the sum Mi A. II. Griffin, Anthony's mer '
I for them. the hands of his creator. can be obtained. You can't make a
I mer. chaut-trucker and all round businessman
Mrs. Charles Baker is visiting her II I has this season 25 acres in beans Yet, if tomorrow, all evil could be mistake when you use our high grade

parent, Mr. and Mrs. Post, In Troy, Mr. P. J. Peacher is spending sometime I and his returns from shipments up to driven from the world, the modestyof i fertilizers.

fjllibami. in Tampa and hopes that the date have been very satisfactory. a great many people would be Indescribably ._s Highest cash price paid for dry bone

: change will benefit his health.: shocked to see men and
i [r. Richard Hendrix has accepted I
t Hou. Geo. G. Mathews will have "
women strolling along sequestered FLORIDA FERTILIZER MPG. COMPANY
f position In the Ocala House Wine ,
I Revs L. D. Geiger, after spending a more flower flung at him than ever. paths without even a fig leaf for a
iMSvlll0, Fla.
[Booms as has also Mr. Turner Pressly.
in Ocala the revi-
few days attending He came home from hiscampaign
..; :. I covering.We '. ,
:)Ir "Doc Tison," of Gainesville is val services, returned home Saturday tour to find his home blessed with a guess things are moving along

nailing[ friends in the city for a few ,o afternoon. tine little bady boy. about as the good Lord wants them.If WE WANT ---
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4&1. Mrs. Edward Badger, Mrs. S. Potts every man's sin could be put in a
Miss Julia Mayo returned from a Every Grower in the State
I, Mir as much religion with your Eagleton and daughter- Margaret, I visit to Sumuierfield Monday. She bundle and heaped in a pile and

politics as you want to, but don't mix\ went down to Dounellou Saturday to : everyone given an opportunity to To Have Our Books:
was accompanied by her sister-in-law,
too 'i several weeks with Mrs. God- take his choice every fellow
religion.n spend
much politics with your : Mrs. Nathan Mayo and her infantson '}'I ORln.\ VEGETABLES" complete manual on Florida crop
J I frey Moyers.Mr. doubt would be looking around for "FLORIDA ORtXGES"-Book of special interest to Orange Growers.
who will spend a few days in
:. Napoleon said that the man who is i I his own little bundle.So FLORIDA STRAWBE1IIIIE.S**-fiookki on "SoilVarletlesCultiva

,irroug in a quarrel gets the angriest i Kaiser has just returned from a : Ocala. : the world is not so bad after all, tion, and Fertilization."
-- trip to St. Petersburg and says that, Dr. and Mrs. H.1.: Wharton and IRISH POTATOES"-Booklet on Soil, Seed, Pl:1ntlngand Cultivating
t I IP" and the want of clothes is not always "
[f A llg barbecue has been planned II Effect of Fertilizers Digging Slipping
I i the voters down there are throwing two children, who have been stop. the sign of purity. 1'IXEAPPLE FE11TIHZISG" special Interet to piutappft
r' nverness on the 6th of 1\1aY'1(I up their hats for McNamee.I ping at the Ocala House for the past I growers.
Senator Taliaferro will be among the i I FERrLI'LERS'-500k showing all our fiiUVrvut brand,
"II)} \J
I two weeks, left Saturday for Eufaula, A Little Boy Hurt.
I IOpptr' I
: keru. H. A. Ford of the Atlantic .I analyses, price""*, etc.
pe ___,__ Supt. I Ala., where Dr. Wharton will conduct Sunday afternoon while Marshall New and Revised Editions of above, just published, Silt FACE for the aiklif
Gold Brick Guards are the Coast Line, spent Monday afternoon j, I
a meeting. Bouveir little boy about six of
a years
most amusing of hU series of political on his private car iu this city. He i WILSON & TOOMER. FERTILIZER COMP 1HY
1 1tarloouft. age, who lives on South Third street,
Opper is a great genius. : left on the night train for his home in Hon. John N. C. Stockton and Hon. west, was playing with his father's OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS* OCALA )'.1\.
Gainesville. Napoleon B. Broward were in Ocala ,
bicycle he got his hand tangled up --
4 MUa Anna Savage: Capulet, spent Saturday trying to get to Sanford, JA8.M.GRAHAM President. GEO.\V.HYDE'Ire PrH
with the chain. In to extricate ,
Saturday In Ocala, the guest of :Miss Messrs. Chas. Robertson, F. Saussy: having missed the train. They were trying

VOrl Vogt. and A. T. Jones, prominent young : also left at Fairfield. Is this an omen his band one of the little fellow's
1 fingers was badly crushed. A The First National Bank
commercial travellers, were in Ocala of what will befall them on the 10th very
\ Mr. 8. A. Uawls returned Saturday I Monday and registered at the Monte- of May? physician was quickly summoned and

from a short business trip to Jackson I' found that the finger was broken in OF GAINESVILLE.

[a ,111'8. zuma. Two hundred and thirty-two new several places but hopes that it will The Only Chartered lank in Alachua County.
John B. Floyd, candidate for Christian Endeavor societies were
Sanders is visiting her Hon. not have to be amputated. Capital. . . . .. . .. .. .. ..... .. .. .150,000 00
Mrs. S. U. formed in the United States last :
the legislature came in Monday : I Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .. . . . .. .. 20,000) 00
Ron, Mr. L. B. Sanders and his family afternoon from his home at Irvine month, as the result of the increase I In Compliment to Miss Blair. Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank in the

[at Brooksville. and went on to Belleview to attend campaign. Ohio heads the list, with state. Solicts the accounts of Farmer, MerchanU, Corporation,
Miss Helen Blair, of Cincinnati, All baalnea
: allowed
Etc Interest by special-arrangement.
thirty new societies. Oregon had 28,
Capt. James Cribbett, of Largo, the picnic. Pennsylvania 25, and West Virginia Oho, who has been the recipient of 0.17 transacted promptly. H. E. TA YWftCublr

[was among the prominent visitors to I Mrs. Roberts, who has been the 19. Nineteen states, territories and many pretty social attentions during .
f Ocala Saturday. I provinces have now gained more than her visit in Ocala, as the guest of -
I brother O.1..
her Maj.
of ,
guest ten per cent since the campaign be- Ford will be the
i Miss Emily again
4t we can build Ocala to 6000 why Hubbard for the past two weeks, returned gan. McMillan Bros
guest of honor at another delightful
not 10,000 The last half ought to be to her home at St. Petersburg Children's Pretty Party
I party, Mrs. F.T. Schriebtr entertaining
I easier than the tint.Messrs. Monday afternoon.Mr. Saturday afternoon Miss Blair
.-. at cards in her honor next Tuesday -
Woodrow the little daughterof Southern Copper Works
Wlbou and W. B. after afternoon.
:. Thomas R. F. Hymau, spending

Wilson, of Charleston, are prominent Sunday in Ocala with his family, Mr. and Mr. David S. Woodrow, Miss Blair will soon... return to her Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
[arrivals at the Ocala Houte.Mr left Monday afternoon for a trip gave a delightful party to Louie much to the regret of her

; through the southern part flf the twenty uf her little boy and girlfriend Ocala fricuds. and General Metal Workers. -

*. Jack Deuby weut up to Gainestvllle state, going first to Brooksville.Mr. who spent a happy: afternoon
Saturday to spend a short time playing with their hostess. Mrs. Japan's mineral wealth is chiefly in

Iwlth relatives and friends at her old R. B. Ervin, little son and Woodrow, Miss Weathers, Miss Janet salt, coal, copper, land the precious Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

I1 I borne. _____ daughter, of Highley, spent Sundayand I Weathers and Miss Lillie Bailey help- metals. The official returns for 1903 through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

stove Monday in Ocala. They were onI I ed Miss Blair in making her guests show the following: totals of produc wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
The Fair" Is going to give a .
Every one who their way to Fellowship to be presentat have a good time. Refreshmentswere tion by the Japanese mines: Coal, following works .
to their patrons.
makes a cash purchase to the amount the marriage of Mr. Ervin'a son, served in the dining room and 8,945,939 metric tons; copper, 27,439 FAYETT. mLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

chance at Mr. Richard W. Ervin to Miss all sorts of entertaining game were tons: sulphur, 16.577 tons: gold, 2,430
of fifty cents will secure a J.ACKS..IYILLE. FLA MOBILE ALA.
Carrie Phillip?. played. kilograms; silver, 54,839 kilograms.. ,
,the ttove. e.
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Tired !

We get tired of doing", things. Wet I[ The War These Esa.perattncIT\I' I

get; tired of doing the same things. Foolish Animal I Robert C. Ogden Visit and Same.Party of Educators STRIISS & CO. fl&WHOLESALE

A sheep herder gives some of his experience
We get tired of doing the same Tuskegee, Aia., April 25.-A party LW.S ,
." in handling sheep on the western : Hr i
things over and over. Life is mono- ranges in the following: it educators, philanthropists and publicists

We have to watch them minste. I from the north reached the n
tonous. Life is repetition. We gel every -
and if vigilance is relaxed for an Tuskegee institute today as guests oi
tired of life; tired of living in the
instant the entire flock is likely to ('OmI I Robert C. Ogden, a member of the m

same I'lacelin the same way. We mit suicide. In handling most animate Tuskegee institute board of trustees.

get tired of seeing the same people, of some degree of self help or intelligencecan 1 The party spent five hours Inspect. \,l i

be relied on to aid the owner in ing the various departments of the
the voices tired of
hearing same
laving their lives, but sheep seem to institution and in driving over its extensive i
walking up and down one street, of set deliberately to work to kill them- I farms. : Whiskey Dealers. ;

trading at one store, of passing the selves. : The annual exercises of the agricultural I
If caught in a storm on the plains, ;
and industrial
departments were
tame buildings of looking into the
they will drift before the wind and die :
held in the chapel following the visit
same windows; tired of it*1l. We get of cold and exposure rather than move '
to the farms and industrial depart II h t OCALA FLORIDA.
tired of papers, of books, of men and 100 yards to windward to obtain shelter : ments of the school. One hundred '
In their corral. To drive sheep :
women; tired of being tired, We : and three certificates were awarded to
against the wind is absolutely impos 3Y
get tired of the sunshine, tired of the sible. I once lost over 1,000 head be- I: as many students from the various di

clouds, tired of the rain and snow, of cause I could not drive them to a cor- : visions of the agricultural and indus.
I ral 200 feet away. : trial departments. Many of the Ogden

everything. We get tired of sitting In the corral they are still more fool party were called upon for ad-

in the same chair, ef eating at tile ish. If a storm comes up, they all I' dresses. -V" **** Sell the Best LiquorsFor i

move "down wind" until stopped by I
same table, of using the same ;
the fence. Then commences the proceeding I| PREVENTED SPREAD OF DISEASE.
tired of sameness. We get tired of so much dread'ed by sheepmen, I
the Least
the paper on the walls, of the carpeton known as "piling." The sheep will Prompt Action of City Health Depart. Money.s

the climb over one another's backs until ment of Louisville, Ky.
the floor, of the ornaments on
they are heaped up ten feet high. Of Louisville, Ky., April 25.-Prompt
shelves and brackets tired of lookingout
; all those the bottom
course on are
action the health
t by city department
of the same window, of seeing smothered. Not one has sense enoughto has prevented the installation of a
seek shelter under thn lee of the
the same scenes, of hearing the same carpet cleaning arrangement which 8A1 &c 0
fend, as a horse or dog would do. R .
it is claimed would have n
dog bark, the same rooster crow; tired Again, if a sheep gets into quick spread many ,p f Remember Our licit It

of hearing the whistle blow, the bell sand Ifs fate teaches nothing to those I forms of disease over a portion of the + 11'fCINNATfaI' k'erbR$? "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEALING" .

that come Immediately after, but the II I city.Dr.
ring; tired of the noises in the street whole flock will follow the leader to I i I II M. K. Allen, city health officer,

by day, of the stillness by night; destruction. No more exasperatingly I j says he found that a company intended

tired of our surroundings. We get stupid animal than a sheep walks. I to put in a huge fan which would #*,

blow the dirt, dust and germs from the
tired of of of I
thinking, talking,
A RABBIT CAT. dirty carpets up the cimpney and inta

working, of wishing; tired of our- the outer air. Dr. Allen notified the We especially call your attention to tta following

selves. We get tired of taking a bath, The Manx Tallleai Feline .Wa Oncea manager that he would not be allowed specialties:
Seacoast Freak.It : to scatter the dirt and disease germs
of combing our hair, of cutting our
that the tailless
seems probable over the city, and that some other are

nail, of rubbing our teeth; tired of Manx cats originally came from Corn '! rangement to care for the carpet must Strauss' '76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quart $ld

our bodies. Yes! We get tired of wall. They managed to survive longer be made. The manager replied that
as a distinct breed in the Isle of Man t
doing so many things so many times; than In Cornwall the predominance of he would comply with the order. T s Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3,50) ; twelve

tired of bringing up the wood and the common tailed cat being of course full $10.
aided In the latter district by the fact ,
coal, of fixing the fires, of locking
that although remote, It Is part of the

I the doors, of winding the clock, of mainland of England, whereas new Plot to Assassinate President Ariai Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles, $190;

! going up stairs, of unbuttoning our cats could be carried to the Isle of of Honduras. twelve bottles
Chicago, April 25.-A dispatch te ,
Man only by sea. The Manx cat which
I clothes, of putting on our nightgown,
first attracted modern attention was avery The Tribune from New Orleans, Lay

I of turning out the light and of getting different animal from the variously says: Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15. \

I into bed; tired of waking and colored specimens which now Dr. F. A. Matute, formerly surgeoi

take prizes at cat shows. It was always for the Republic of Honduras at Cei-

I I tired of sleeping.Boston Investigator. of the color of a hare and had ba, has been Informed that ex-PresI. ,-7< ----. P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express on these Gae4s

I fur like a hare. dent Policarpo Bonilla, a former member r

Like a hare too, It always moved Its of the chamber of deputies and g V
All in boxes and the tanila \
Putting food into a diseased stomach shipped plain on
hind legs together. Its chief food was six members of that branch of the I.c .' 'j the order is received.Agents '
is like putting money into a pocket crabs caught on the beach, and when as
government, have been found guiltyof
-with holds. The money is lost. All transported inland from the seacoastsIt {
a: plot to assassinate President : i for PABST MILWAUKEE BEER.Respectfully. '
its value goes for nothing. When the very seldom if ever, survived long. .

stomach is diseased, with the allied No cat of this kind has been seen for Arias. .j Wlli ngli1'' .

organs of digestion and nutrition, the many years In the Isle of Man, though \ tSteauss ,

food which is put into it is largely lost. there are plenty of tailless cats, its Make Reorganization Possible. "ootu.

The nutriment is not extracted fromit. crossed descendants, to be purchasedthere. New York, April .-Passage by n. STRAUSS & co. M4j4 ylr
Wherever it originally came the Canadian parliament of a bill
The body is weak and the blood t s>, 1R .t
from, the Cornish or Manx cat was granting, in effect, a credit of $2,000- "" "<"." .'... _," '..
impoverished. The pocket can be "'C' "'-'- .' ,
more nearly a separate species than 000 to one of the subsidiary concernsof -...., -ij,.'
mended. The stomach can be cured. any kind of show cat now existing.It the Consolidated Lake Superior OCALA, FLORIDA. '>" ,>, >" ;t

That sterling medicine for the was a seacoast animal with fur, .
companies is expected to make possible
stomach and blood, Doctor Pierced color, absence of tail and method of
the reorganization of the company .
< Golden Medical Discovery, acts with locomotion obvloujly adapted by the under the Moffly plan announcedsome r<< ft\ '.-- ',-- -.-.:. ---::. : : =.' -. 5t 'J. LZ: '. 9Ijard -
and inheritance of ages to its habit of
peculiar promptness on
months ago, but which failed
catching crabs and other small life behind -
the organs of digestion and nutrition. because the stockholders would not

It is a postive cure for almost all disorders the ebbing tide. supply the cash needed. The Cana A Man To Beat.

of the heart, blood, liver and To hold a Tie Vote. dian Improvement company will put

other organs, as have their cause in a In the history of our comic literature Into effect the reorganization. The

weak or diseased condition of the there have been many genuine "Irish assets now held by Speyer & Co., ol
bulls" recorded but that is
stomach.Williamson's. rarely one this city, will be turned over, it is
of a neater brand than that encountered -
stated, to the Canadian Improvement
at a political gathering on Locust
company on payment of the amount
Summing Up.
street above Broad, In Philadelphia,
due the banking house with interest.
James P. Taliaferro may not be says the Record of that city. A con- (49Q

vention of delegates had been called to
nominated in the first primary, as
revise the rules of the party, and In or- TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.Five .

many conservative men predict, but der to expedite matters a delegate ,\\ /1I \

in our humble judgment, he will moved that a committee of fifteen be people were killed at PoUt

come so near it that there will be appointed to draft the proposed rules. Camp, Miss., by a collision of trains _2 i'Ih
Before this was adopted another dele- on the 'Frisco. -
vear little fun in the second. In fact, gate suggested that a committee of fifteen i ir
The contract transferring the Panama
it will "all be over except the shout would be unwieldy and proposedan I canal route to the United States
amendment reducing the number; to '
ing." was signed at Paris.
eight. This was agreed to, but beforeIts 1
Fruit is said to be killed in North
We say this in no disparagement of adoption an aged delegate, with a
Carolina: this being the severest April
the ability and popularity of Senator rich Milesian brogue arose and solemnly -
"Misther Chairman I ever known there.
proposed, ,
Taiiaferro's opponents. They are move yer that the committee be in- The general deficiency appropriationbill r

good men and able men, but the only cr'ascd to noine, so that In case of a occupied the major portion of the .

trouble is they are candidates for the toie vote there'll be a majarity of wan." senate's time, but before it was taken

up Mr. Gallinger spoke at some lengthon
office. Jacksonville Floridian
wrong Not Without DlMtinctlon. the tariff policy of the Republican

A note of family pride was struckin party.

Chronic Bronchitis Cured. the conversation between three small William R. Hearst made his first

Reading boys the other day. The parts speech yesterday, appearing before the
"For ten years I had chronic brou- :
played by their respective grandfathersIn
.chitis so bad that at times I could the civil house judiciary committee in supportof jr"V
war were being depicted by
his resolution for action
net peak above a whisper" WritesMr. two of the boys in vivid colors. The on the tEi4I
case against the coal trust
Joseph Coflmau, of :Mount )[0- career of each, It seemed, had been
In the house President Rooseveltwas
renci, Ind.hI tried all remedies halted by confinement in southern pris- *&*n
assailed bitterly by Claude Kltch-
available, but with no success. For ons, and it was on the latter fact that .
In of North Carolina who ,
the lads laid particular stress. The include1 ,
tunately employer suggested that
third youth, unable to match these recitals in his castigation General Grosrenor. "r
I and Tar. Its
Foley'a Honey
try f"S<
with any military achievement of It is believed that Senator Bmoot

elect was almost miraculous, and I his own forefathers, preserved an envious of Utah, will lose his seat as a re-

am now almost cured of the dread silence for awhile and then, not to 1 suit of the investigation now in prog

' disease. On my recoiimendation be outdone, said disparagingly: I: ress.The The l1)onvho) buys HARDWARE of

many people have used Foley's "Why, that's not so much. My Un strike of the 850 shoe workers

Honey and Tar, and always with cle BillVas In Jail a long time, and he i at the factory of Selz, Schwab & Co.,

satisfaction. Postottice Drug Store.rn was never in the army at all!"-Philadelphia of Chicago, has been declared off by MARION RDWARE

Ledger. i the national executive board of the COMPANY

t Nice Ccmpliment to Judge Wall. 1 union. The striking employee will
Four Kinds of Liars. i
I meet today and decide whether to
That i is a magnificent endorsement The late Sir Frederick Bramwell was
obey the order to return to work. AGENTS FOU"FAVORITE" /
famous both as a witness and arbi-
Judge Joseph B. Wall by the members .
Judge Kohlsaat has appointed the
trator in engineering disputes. It Is recalled
of the bar of the sixth judicial Trust receiver in
Royal company
that his brother, the late Lord STOVES AND RANQBS
circuit which bankruptcy of the plant of the William
appears in another column Justice Bramwell on giving advice to

of the Times today. But it is a young barrister told him to be careful Craig Packing company at Chicago. CHATTANOOGA ''

of four kinds of witnesses-first, A Budapest dispatch says that sev- PLOWS

thoroughly and fully deserved, and of the liar; second, of the liar who eral thousands of new men have ap # j

the Times places it before the people could only be adequately described by plied for employment on the govern

t with sincere pleasure. It is confidently the aid of a powerful adjective; third, ment railways, to take the places ot ELLWOOD FENCINGA

of the expert witness, and finally, of strikers. About 500 of them:: thus far
asserted that fully as large a -
Vmy brother Fred"The have been engaged.

; of the people of the circuit Captain James Hall for many years Full Line of Everything
.. Usually
endorse Judge Wall and desire his re- Surgeon' Charg commodore of the Pacific Mail: compa Carriei.. I
"I hear you're dissatisfied with t
: tentien in the position which he now doctor's DHL" your ny's fleet of steamers, is dead at his First Class Hardware Store
home In Bralntree, says a dispatc'i:
honors. As this paper bas contendedfrom "Yes. I don't think he's entitled to -
from Boston.

the first, he will be nominated $230"Why for non""Becanse that"operation." Anita McGee, a physician, and eig SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, TURPENTINE MILL AND MININO SUPPLIES J

for re-election without..opposition.Tampa .- It he was he'd claim more." American nurses tare arrived at Y ;

Times.rOIEY -Philadelphia Ledger. fcobama, according to a hew Yor \ .I 3; t

/ Herald dispatch from that city. They
People grow old by thinking themselves receIved & hearty welcome and the COMPANY. t .. .'

I 'JrrCup: old. As surely n
this It win come tine, 'n thought lacreatiro addr", :f
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,", I Peculiar and Fatal Accident on Penns'ylvania figM* >-t- 1 ;
f""T;the Editor ol the Ocala Banner'. ". S IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT THE tcciku and !Ic
NOTICE ter 4328, II. kmgp n ,*t -
WITH1 Railroad.- intend to apply to the Governor -
A'LAMEBACK ? I notice as required ia tN Ocala BM** a" I 1
Farmers, It is not wise to pay atteu-. New York April 28.t the 2, nf the state of Florida at Tallah5ssee.Florida OF THE ACTION OF THE filial newspaper puMishcd ia Oeta, f1iul.1a; 1
: ,on the 23rd day of May, A. D. 1904.for By'IRTCE
State Executive Committee on the Border: County CiMnf.....Ott.rm *nUManon t 1 y :
tion to stockmen or butchers nor Kidney 'ircnWc! Makes You Miserable. passenger? Injured Ia yesterday's rear-' Letters Patent on the proposed which is Charter hereto file in Jan. n. 1904-and the order of Democratic county. Florida. have tfcfc the ahol i
end collision near Elizabeth, N. J., be- attached the original now of the on of Executive Committee of Marion county, there A, nl, A. O. 1404 dc. g.*t.4 ik* fctludistrict .in
market men who wish i the office of the Secretary of State Mate
you to keep will held on the which were etavfcd aad M... .h. 1
Almost:: everybody who read3 the newspapers tween the Long Branch express and Florida. at Tallahassee, Florida.W. Tenth day of Hay, tyoj, as election di.tricta aad .-.c {*laces III II ;
up fence around your lit-l.N, so that is sure to know of the wonderfu'cures : the N.CAMP, county and state as follow: 1
j the Florida Special on a primary election in each precinct in the county -
their horse cattle hogs iL-J r' : mads by Dr. CLARENCE IP, during the hours fixed b, law for holding Election District No 1 with MIls tSummerfiekl JI .i. r .: .
theep, goats railroad # the Rev.
L=.i !. Pennsylvania on k.C. CAMP, elections tor the nomination ol the following fla., baasxtotf. follow* }
t p Kimer.Swarnp.Roct, i Park i candidates for office to be voted for the Comratoct at the northeast cor*,r ot w. I..,
poultry and do!,-!! car. get a free liing I'' the liver | Mr. Keller, of Asbury J' CX:CAMP general .
great kidney, i i election to be hekfpn Nov mber S. 1904- 3town.hip1iiouhra..* ncsvrt the r "' 11'
out of your wooll 1'm'1. Xo let I the I. j i![I: and biaodcr! remedy. !i: N. J* probably will die. He sus- FRANK DRAKE. One candidate for United States Senate. west t<> nortawcM rarswr sI r tiua'. iPi.-.

HJsths .(reat mcdJ-I I tamed concussion pf the bran, and.internal PROPOSED CHARTER OF CRYSTAL RIVER One candidate for congress (first district.) south to soulhwctt ceracr ol wciwfl tilt."t
I .. One candidate for justice of the west to uorthwot comer of accUun .:. I.hship
terrible tusk and rxpeuw: of fencing k ii cal triumph of the nine- I I injuries: ? .. RAILROAD COMPANY.The court for full term of six years. supreme 17. range n. Umwt sooth to the .'uin.r a.I

fall ou those who netd them. Farnjer tsenth cer.t; cry: discovered !; I The accident vas apeculiaroneinraI1roaI undersigned do hereby associate themselves Three candidates for justice of the supreme corner of 1e..1K1t134 thaw.v_ u> m. u;..t.-| I
of thence cutb
J.I under the court. corner kC tHI Ab. We-'U"I% .n*,
iTflIU alter of together as a Body corpoiate.
years : Pullman One candidate for thence east to southeast err ,in ut "MI..I, M,
ire .u ovtrounimeil i-et already scientific research historyEight! cars provision ot the statute laws of the State of governor. .
i iy Articles ot One candidate for secretary of state. township 17. usage 23 thrarv north on >- igition
do the
Florida and fallowing
and lij ve no need of fences to mr.rthe f Dr. Ki'rrer.'! the mt- t made up the Florida train.; Soon after Incorporation: publish One candidate for attorney general. line to the place of .*.u..".. .

H r.ent k'dna;' and blad.dcr : it passed Elizabeth station the. ARTICLE I. One candidate for comptroller.One Election Diitrkt Xa- :ij. win otig' ;." H 1

beauty of their (run. AI an --,-- '. _. spscuuist:: and u j t. air brake pipe connecting the engine The name ol this Corporation shall be: .:R5- One candidate candiuafe for for treasurer.superintendent of public Pedro described.. follow.Couimnenceatnottse.to. rm r of Ie.II'.. .% ;
.:;; derMly successful i in TAL RIVER RAILROADCOUPANThe: principal
Iu 1111Ilriu promptly curing That caused instruction.One township 17 range ra ian, i hrnc run ....( h9
extr-l'w first coach parted. shall be
: ,'S.ll'p'He you take la.iic back anti place of business ot this corporation candidate for commissioner of ;
bladder agricul
kidney. uric acid troubles I Marion Fionda. with such northwest corner Mcttoa 'j IB KIHI I'' ft
aud aul : and Bright's Disease which is the ; the automatic air brakes to be applied at ucala county the Board ture.One south,range;a i east,theacc .. 'ii tb <\ whai
|''llt'r l pencil' tee it v/crst branch offices as may be adopted by candidate for railroad commissioner. .,...
thence east to soothe**cor ti<-> at ttt ...
form of trouble. at the strain on the engine of Directors.
kidney j
once One candidate for adjutant general.One .
township 17 south, nagta. < .1. thrmrto ...
CWJB you prr year. Capital invested, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp :> t u not recorrjnended i causing the coupling between the tea- ARTICLE ILThe candidate for state chemist. northeast corner safHuu UK".... ...
for nature of the bUSILess to be trans One candidate for judge circuit courth fifth northwest corner of section thenc. aat
aud aud interest everything but if have kidney general
wear on invest'Uieul you i der and the first car to break and the judicial circuit.
acted by this Corporation shall be to construct place. of be DDilllr.
liver C'r. lad :: ,tro-tue. it will be f;ui.d Two candidates f.r members of house of -

railroad Irom a point On
started aheadwhiie the cars maintain and operate a Election DiitnctNo. ...
engine with
to the vutiay
Keep up unnecessaryfttirrs the I. 4. \
; reme'yoineed. It has: been tested Crystal River at or near a place called Crystal. Dunnellon, dctcribcd.ad t t.lwdc1lu '.,.

ou yuur farm. I nay uunects in :;o many ways, in hospital work, in private stopped within a shortdistance.The in Citrus county Florida, to the town ot Dunn-of One One candidate candidate for for sheriff countv judge. Commence at northcM ...>r'mi ol ......htH

.- practice, among the helpless too poor to cur- i engineer at once applied the ejlon in Marion county constructed Florida; the,maintained length One candidate ior assessor of taxes. township 16 range laeMt thntcc ruu .s
airy, Uecsuxj If you Lav! stock, it chase relief! adob.3 proved so successful l i brakes to the locomotive, and started such and operated railroad so as to near as may be. is Fifteen One candidate for collector taxes. the the county WithUcoochee line thence river.Mrnth I'".-:1 aC couaiy* c*...

.Iful I every case that a special arrangement has miles, and the counties of the stats of Florida One candidate for county superintendentofpublic meanderings of Mid rivet to i in I.
iu*y b e u -e to we a IH'iture or back to pick up his train. intended to be instruction MMof 11
l"'i' mad by which all readers of this paper through which said railroad is One candidate tor clerk circuit court. section 7. in towadii> ....tll ttIt 3ia
I Just 23 the coupling was being made : made. are the counties of Citrus and Marion. : thence north .. ,
atlcastapadJovk: for thea.i.S'hen v .'; have not already"tried it, may have a This corporation shall hare the right underits One candidate for county treasurer.One east beginning. os "" :I.u liar t ..

sampe! bottle sent free by mail, also a book the Lo.g Branch ,express, running at name to hold and enjoy such real candidate f>>surveyor.
you have doue that, figure out bow. be and One candidate for supervisor of registration. Election: District No. j*. 1111111 voting t' 1 .. _...
teil'ng! more about Swamp-Root and how to high speed, rounded the curve. The and personal for the property and as may necessary of building, One candidate for county commissioner. in !.evon. bounded and"*.'0:..-
much laud hvat.tfctl by beiug occupied find c-t if you have kidney or bladder trouble. engineer threw on the air brakes, but maintaining proper and uses operating purposes its railroad as and for each commtssicners district. Commence atM aocthrj-t t IJI ncr "i' .
When this to rvey.locate, One candidate for member of county board of 2in township 17 raaf. u. "..( Uciuc .: "'.
mention shall have s
writing reading aforesaid and
by a-jujhtly feuot-t. Then huw generous'IV the rear coach of the stalled train, consnuct, build maintain, equip and operate a public instruction in and for each district. to the north went co/Mf vi >o.ik" 4 .. ', '"

offer in th"-paper and which fortunately was empty, was railroad hue from or near a place called Crystal: One candidate for justice of the peace in aad ship 17 lOuth. r.Bfje-. turnce wuii- I p
much It worse than wmetJ: by fur- send yon address: to f ::: on Crystal river, in Citrus county, Florida to for each district. southwest corner of warms .. in l>..11'\" p
Dr. Kilmer&Co. : fPlit in twain. All of the people were the town of Dunne'.lou. in Marion, county One candidate for constable in and for each southrangeneaa4lhn.r.twlheS: i;
nulling harbor room for weeds to go ; ustice district corner of said secUeo ,. ihrucr MMIH i> ". ..
hamton, N.Wi'. The : In the two forward cars qf the Long Florida.said under its corporate name Five candidates for presidential electors. west corner: of ttcttoi J z ihrM r"< p

to ,ml, Inlets and xrukei (rattlers at 'egi'lar fifty cent and Home?8wamp-Koot= Branch express. shall The hue corporation the right to accept purchase, have Four candidates for delegates at large to southeast corner .. t.-eu: .'.n ". .

djlhr sizes art sold! by all good druggists. hold lease and convey any property real, personal national convention.Two with section tine to point o: N ".paaiag
that, one wat: killtd in stH feme corner :_ The fireman of the Long Branch or mixed which may be necessary to candidates for district delegates to national Election District No. u. with voting \, I

train lost his life by jumping againsta construct maintain and operate said railroad, convention. Orange SpflBp.boIAi .uul ,I- .,
hereywterday; aud just missed a and have power and right to borrow money Thirteen candidates for members at large of lows:

It 'W111PayYou. fence and reeling back beneath the and to issue bonds for same,secured by a mort- state committee. I CummeD tM wtctHKii'i of e.t '. ,
. plowrmu he king yuuug and active). train. gage upon aajor all ot its said property and One candidate for county member of statecomimttee. aryofsection 14. towMktp i :.I'f
to erect such buildings', depots and shops and east, with the Ocklawaha mrr, thew .....I
NVheu that is done figure the value operate such machinery. avid do such other One candidate for member of national committee the southeast corner ol Mcti a jt in L..h I

I I Chicago April S.-The P.v. Moth things in accordance with the laws of Florida 1 south range 14 ***t, tht wr>t i I rsouthwet
h,! the time lost" in turning at the Genevieve relating to railroad corporations as it may deem For state convention for formulating plat corner of tectkm 11. t.I.I!,';'
er Granger mother superior proper for its advantage and benefit. It shall form. I south,range 24 east. tken c n'th tl. .t'
t-uds of the furrows in cultivating, of the Convent of Mercy, For. have all the rights. and be subjected; to all the I! Aaipst state convention for formulating I i Wet corner or section 31 tamcc wi i..t<.i'
sub-chapter 5 of platform. : west corner ot section ", ,
liabilities as are provided in 11. in naaip i. HI"
HUH lbs turUi in mowing ami htLrvt" ty-ninth street- and Evans avenue, is Revised Statutes of the State of Florida, and the I:, All county candidates shall file their applications I range 13.tenc south 1 UM MMthwr.< ...n,
You have Real Estateto dead aged 71. For laws amending the same. lot placing their names on primary ticket of section we( the wMthwi .
any ; fifty-five years z. teu 0
with Samuel R. Pyles. chairman accompanied
tog made ou aceoiiutoffences: between for the purposeand
I IF It shall bave power: express nerofstin31.lwa.pu. n gt Ji Ufn-
sell, she had been in the same convent, exclusive use for general business of the with their'lOssessment fixed by county commit ., thrmt, ,

the field and for 31 had been corporation, to construct and build docks, tee.A meanderings of said lake 10 Orange 11 rt .
years mother su- secoa4 primary will be held on the 7th day
wharves elevators and bridges.or to lease the thence with meandcnog of Onega rr< i. .:,.
I Add all these "costs" together with ORYou're perior. same; to purchase construct and Opel ate Marine of June 1904. to choose between the highest Ocklawaha river lo point beginning.
candidates whose nominations shall not have .
and Railroad Terminals at any
tire each the ---- .Railways railroad where it been made by a majority vote at first primary. Election District Ne. tj. 'I VOUBK pi<. ..
that of losses by spring ( I its said line of ,
point upon Fort boundedand ..
i McCoy :
thinking of comingto be to it transportation, and ,. 1 hose and only those<< persons shall be- permit 01.a'
necessary give .
may Commence ,
writer lost by fire during JFebruaryand IF I Florida for a home, 1 I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR IN generally to to railroad have all corpOrations.the power and and rights shall be as ted participate to becoire in the candidates management before of or the to vote primary at or township 14 range on east z bo *rct I>& n m't ttOcklawaha -."
are given
river, thence -
election who are white democratic electors tva ih
March five thousand rails there CORPORATION. provided under the
to liabilities as
subjected who declare their adherence to the principlesand northeast corner of section jft, i. to*m.hl,. .
OR -- laws, o! Florida, relating to same. organization of the democratic south range 23 east, thf rart lo ..rtm-'
Waa pine .or lightwood rails, broom I' VOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN 'THAT WE. .SRTICLE IlL national, state and county who are, by party the of section 35. .aau Ui t the ,.>. -ithe undersigned, will apply to his honor, laws of the state lawful electors of the election west corner of 35. ,. Ih.
eedge, and wind to out do the crowd Yo"u desire to inyest in any \V, S Bullock judgeot the circuit court tor the The amount of Capital Stock authorized shall district in which they offer to vote, who have northwest corner KID l.d, .e.*..h.,. .
IF I 5th judicial circuit of Florida four weeks after be Thousand Dollars, divided into 500 thence to watttwevi
kind of Florida property Fitly first paid their poll taxes legally due not less range 23. IUI turotr
ftuil play havoc.: ) Ask yourself the pubftcation of this notice tor the Approvaland Shares of the par value of $ioo per share; the than ten days before the primary election. and of ion 19 thence flstto tte .i1ksst t.>

endorsement, ot the following proposed same shall be non.assessable, and shall be paid who shall, when challenged by any elector jo. thcece '1 suii'h I"*<
whether it really pays to have fencesou charter. t)wif for in lawful money ofthe United States when pledge in writing to abide by the result: of the corner of 11116 i. r..gr .- ,
TO SEE issued. Ten cent. ot the Capital Stock has thence OcUawaa rivet tumir
On .lpIil3Uth, 1904.ARTICL per primary and vote for nominees thereof. eat
the fjkrma. If it does not, why be I. been subscribed and paid for.ARTICLE The registration books in each precinct open with_meandering* 0 saM rtwf ta put .}i.

behind the times ani continue them? OR WRITEJu The name of this corporation shall be "The IV. on March ]9. 1904, and close April :6.1004. gnlng. H.W U>N',

Broihtrs and Sisters of Chanty'1 Number i, of I The term for which this Corporation shall The following persons were named as inspectors Attest: OH*. Bd CD c"tl

Are you not farming for he money Marion county.- Florida. eiist shall be ninety-nine (99) )ears. : S. T. SISTRUN K, CtetM -
Ocala Box i. T. D.Lancaster,J. Williams
in the liU'luesr" ? llf" not for that LIViNGSTON & SONS ARTICLE V. and C. L. Bittinger. .
The general nature of the business is to be
< burying the dead and assisting those in need by a President Secretary and Treasurer, V Leavengood.

added incentive of money return to OCALA. FLORIDA.IT'S who are members of this association, and also and General Manager (more than one office Reddick. M. H.Rou,\\. S. Stewman and U.
toptotect the young from vi&cious lives and may be filled by tne same person). cud by aBoard P. Billingsley. nt of the Interior. a.
of Directors to be elected annuallyby Department ..O"ot
fact that are farming be. habits. Five Flemington. W, D. Mathews I.. Beck and
\ the jou ARTICLE III.Membership. the stockholders, and from which Board J. t.ainesniie. J. A'4 iwNOTICE .
W. R. Dreher.
received shall be elect .;! the president secretary and HEJF.nY ,. ThAT THK
o&u"e ill is your chos-u proft"l'siou-tbe -Members and may be and treasurer: all of,whom shall be stockholders, Cotton Plant. :Newcomb Barco, J. L. Miller 1 s.utor hM *"
who character
ot standing ( ln
are good: Dame .)
stockholders at their and L.
be elected by me J. Hudgens. of
iu life at which you feel you are elected by a majority vote at any stated rnmmiiin "ru
thing meeting. : annual meeting,which,shall be held at Ocala. Komeo. I. B.McGehee,W.II. Guylfo)le.and in support of his cltim a" ttict sad

can get and give the rno&t good. ARTICLE IV I Florida on the first Monday ot May,ot each J. J. Turner. will be made before Clerk Chcit G> pn

The term for which this corporation shall exist vear.William N': Camp shall be President,Clarence Camplzard. V.A. Ross. J. A. Thomas and Ocala, Fla.on

Tnree cheers for ;. B. Floyd. is ninety-nine (99) years. Camp shall be Secretary and Treasurer and R. W L.Jordan. .Vl4"

FOR C.Camp shall be General Manager. Shady G-ove J.M. Douglass J.H. J. Counts viz: C Jrnks EcCraoey. 0 Btftejr. VHl
Did you ever notice in advanced: or ARTICLE V. William N.Camp.Clarence Camp, K.C.Camp, : andT. J.Barnes.Summerfield. '131 for the northwest "O..iH.,.(

41.. the i Names and residences ot the subscribersThenames Jack Camp aid Frank Drake shall constitute J. E, Branch, S. N. Dillard quarter section 21. tw.H ru.t
how sightly .
'tJJ' to date states, and residences of the incorporators areas the Board of Directors. All of said officers shall and J. W. Davis. 25 east.
follow.: continued in office;: to conduct the business of He names the fojtowiaf w.es t < i's oe
k1 landscape is as it stretches oil from \Villiani Beauregard,Shady Grove Fla. the company until the election and qualification Lake Weir. J. L. Carney,]. S. Driggers and his continuous residence upaa a'"It"llo:'
4. Ella Couningham. Ocala. Fla. ol their successors to elected at the first T C.Freeman. ofsaidlandylx:
the mad uninterrupted by a fence? YOU Maria Addiscn.Shady Grove Fla. election held ut.der the provisions of this Ar.. :\IossBlutr. J.C.Piltans, W.N. Jackson and Arthur K COa, ot I .BMrald*. Fu
Jane Olymp, Ocala, Fla. ticle. Wm. E. Martin.Crahamnville. Charles. F. #. Flu, CturiV
What a thing of t-eauty is the corn or Zaclwnah: GlympOcala. Fla. ARTICLE VI. L. M. Graham, J. B. Grigg R Warma.Watrmn.o snt ." acouana J.Kyls .

the ARTICLE VI liabilityto and T. W.RandalLSalt Higley. Fl. O. kolNt!.
grain Held that comes close to The highest amount indebtedness or 48NOTICE
II Managing Officers-1 his corporation shall which this company can at'any time subject Springs. W. P. WiUiamson, N. P.. Fry tCrr
well kept roadside, reaching oil" unmarred have as managing officers president a vice- itself.shall be the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars and W. C. McRae. -

I president a secretary, a treasurer and a chaplain ($50.000)). I. Fort Mc oy. J. W, Stevens, R. L. Barnes and OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
with an unsightly barbed DRINK( who shall be elected by a majority vote ata ARTICLE VII. Charles Bayles.
stated annual meeting,and shall hold office .
horse? Howmuy until The names of the subscribing incorporators to Orange Springs. W. G. :Meggs Frank Jordan .
oJ wire fence to injure disqualified.ARTICLE VII. these articles of incorporation are as follows and L. L. Meggs. O THE 4fH DAY OF At'GCST. TH

farm fences have you seen that and their places of residence. with the amountof Linadale. C.A. McCraney, J. B. Booth and undersigned will preteat her sad
The names of the officers oj the corporationare stock subscribed tor by each is set opposite, G.IL Drawdy. vouchers with 1011. P.. BulKek. i
I as follows: William Beauregard President; and ask tor settlement aad a 15
Do the of their names: a
? each "
to the scene Citra. Stewart 11. A. Rice and 2.. K.artntann. .
add beauty Elian Cunningham, Vice-preMdent; Mana Addison SHARES OF Barney, admin of the esUt af sila P. a

f make the land- Secretary; Jennie Glymp Treasurer; NAME. RESIDENCE. CAPITAL son,deceased, this 4tU d y of PeferMiyRANCKU .
I fences on your farm Zachariah Glymp, Chaplain. STOCK Anthony. J. R. Wilder, C. C: Priest srM and A. H_

beautiful than it was ARTICLE VIII. W. N. CAMP_._Ocala. Flonda ___200 W.H. Hamilton. a s lent 6m AdmtetttADMINISTRATORS' s. .
8ca|>e more CLARENCE CAMP. Ocala.Flonda._ 25 Knoblock. F* M.Townsendand
The bylaws ot this corporation shall be made Martin.tWilliam
I when the wild prairie was unbroken altered or rescinded by a committee appointedby JACK FRASK CAMP DRAKE-Ocala_Ocala, Florida Florida____ 10 5 Mr.Livingston, sr. NOTICE.XfOTlCEISHHREBYGIVfeNTHATI .

felled ? a majority members in regular meeting. R.C. CAMP___Ocala. Florida___ 10 Stanton. Alex Wynne R. G.Allsop and IL C.
:l p or the trees of the forest un ARTICLE IX. Morrison.

Indebtedness-The highest amount of indebtedness Subscribing; Incorporators: Blitchton. E. L. Ferguson. J. H.Wilson and
If Dot what l is their use? W. B. Rawls. ll nth. t M-'ll
I' THE GREAT ; which this corporation can assume at on September 1904. pmt
f are a ueeaiess.. expense f'UUtu any time is $150.00 CLARENCE W. N. CAMP CAMP. I Belleview. j. L.Whisnant, ]. N.Shedd, and Robert Bullock,county Judge la aa4 ftr )
If they -X-_ CA1IP, J.D. Pope. county. Florida, my account Bad R. C.
a money point of view, and add The amount in value of the real estate which FR\NK DRAKE. McIntosh. J. K.Christian, W.M. Gist and J, final E.settlement U. Hendersoa.a admla dreMd.&' '. aad ot*ttttoi ..
DRINK this hold shaU be .
HEALTH corporation may $ oo.00. B.Burney.
JACK CAMP a final such Jah4
of the
nothing to the attractiveness Witness our hands and seals this ith day ot Pedro. 1L R. Shaw,W. H Proctor and R.J. this dKharlc" a. rw.

.with them? February, A.D. 1904WILLIAM. State of Florida. \ Perry. W. T. liBN'UKKftOW. Aawf.3116m
farm, why not do away BEAUREGARD L. s./ County of Marion. ) Dunnellon. W. J. Mixson, D. G. Watkins Estate olE 11. J.lcatn. IIeuta.t
Now about our county seat, Ocala, ADDISON r.. s.! I hereby certify that before me personally and H.j. Keen. 3
JANE GLYMPZACHARIAH I..S appeared William N. Camp Clarence Camp. Candler. J. N.Marshall,W. R. Caldwell andEdCaldwelL
bow much more beautiful would be GLYMP I.. S. Jack Camp R. C.Camp and Frank and Drake each NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALF.TTNDER .

t .. our city with the lawns graded from "IN THE( G GOOD' OLD State Marion of Florida County.} to who going me subscribed well articles known his of to incorporaticn.and be the their person names and to the each persons fore-of J.Sparr.Lord !.Lee Grantham. W.D. Eminisor and U AND BY VUTIK Of A

the residences to the side walks, kept Before me personally came Zachariah Glymp, them severally for himself. did acknowledgebefore Eureka. R. W. Holliday, P. Mitligau and ;judge tendered the by IheO Court wt. 1.
the said articles of incorporation G. D. Hogans.Levon. 0 Ctt I
one of the subscribers to the foregoing Charter, me that he signed Circuit in aad maty, *
from neighbors yards by and who is to me well known, and known to as a subscribing incorporator of C. P.Plllans,T. K. Slaughter and J. in a for Mar. a$ o .
Kepirate me to be the person who signed the same, and said Articles of Incorporation and as said LeGare.Fairfield.. MortgsgrBaakol cu Vlottd.UU.4 .(

borden of evergreen trees hedges SUMMER TIMf. duly acknowledged before me that he signed IncorpOrator.did acknowledge that Stock he ... A. Thomas J. B. DeVore and complainant a ad J. IX '.er.e M lef.N
I. of Capitil i
the amount
and executed the said Charter, together with had subscribed for A. tt* .p4
J. Jones.Jr.MarteL defendat.lid deu
dower beds. Be up to date the other subscribers whose names appear set opposite his name. rn K
and that commission as notary J.M.T.Carter W. L. Seckmer and day .nh. 19. wil or.
thereon and he further makes oath that it isintended I further certify my the best
Ocalians ou having A beautiful city. in good faith to carry out the purposesand public expires the izth day February,A.D M. P. Prink. outcry.before the ccur% tl J f 4 cul t a t $
objects set forth therein. 1905. Kendrick. C C. Priest jr.. E. C. YcLeod I. Ocala, Marion ,. lest
the unnecessary fence. ZACHARIAH GLYMP. witness whereof I have hereunto set my and G. B. Chappell. cout, M..
Do with of a. m *
away affixed official seat this the 15th hor J D..4 P o .
hand and my shall for
Sworn to and returns
subscribed before me this 7th The said inspectors canvass day tn May
Crate, crate, crates, is the cry hear d day of \Uarcfc A.D. 1904. I day of April A. D. 1904.Seall JOSEPH H. BELL precincts in which they are appointed and turnover MJ4tisL A. 0.
[Seal] JOHN E. BAILET. { Florida at Large. ballot box to member of Democratic Executive &t I" 4
Public State *
on all eldes. Where are they to come Notary Public for the State of Florida. Notary Committee for such precinct. the following to-wit. The property KMttivni .

My commission expires November 15. 1904. The Democratic Executive Committee will cnty. YO. .
be used for Flonda. > north halt
to State of
the trees are 48t qure e.
from, Marion County.] convene at court house in Ocala May i4. 1904- quarter and
around and behold. personally appeared William N. (and if second primary on June n, 1904) at II quarter of section J, Cane..nat".
? Look NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor Before me
fences Camp Clarence Camp. Jaca Camp, R.C. Camp o'clock a. m., to canvass returns ot the counter /, east rontaining 16.tt more l! lM.tfc*

how scarce they are becoming. Vote I and Frank Drake a majority of the subscribersto of the state democratic executive southwest quarter a\wc.qaarur $ *
the above proposed charter who being duly committee and Marion county democratic exec lion 22. in township 11. ratfe *M
J. B. Floyd. creating a Special Tax.Senool District at sworn by me.each upon his oath did state that utive committee. Also south half ot ..
fur progressive Fair eld.I they constituted a majority of the subscribers to SAMUEL. PYLES,Chairman. 21, in township is south, range I .
Our Sparr correspondent the above Articles of Incorporation of Crystal JOHN M. GRAHAM Secretary. 4 I big 90 acre*, cxcepuag tn. was .
Items. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN River Railroad Company,and that it is intendedin 1 conveyed or so much euj .

..,...1.... ."n. items in the Banner last M ETTO is a delicious I county, between the be hours held of8 at Fairfield.o'clock a.Marion m. and good faith to.construct.. ,maintain and operate sarytoiatiayuidlaaldecvreaadcosiolioa&pu U. .
-- ------ "--_.:1._. ..." ",.ntinn. i in said orooostd. chatter. aU
LUC IS ------ ------ -- NOTICE I
"undoW1l.. OfTuesday. ,.
amongthe CAMP. ; Specuf MaHer In
week but failed to mention ----- -- W. N. 4 I
beverage made JIay lllA.1.D. 1904, CLARENCJJCAMP.R.C.CAMP. -

new settlers Mr. D. Grantham, for the purpose of creating a special tax: school NOTICE.lE. .
I DRAKE. of Marion C. Fifth
FRANK Circuit Court unty
district to be known as the Fairfield Special Tax In the I
wife and three sons, Mr. Leslie Young from ripe Saw Palmetto School District. The boundaries of the above JACK CAMP. Judicial Circuit of Florida.-In Chancery.Wtlli .

John- proposed district as described in a petition ask. Sworn and subscribed before. me this ijth day Knoblock. Complainant vs. Branlley .
wit and two children, Messrs. lay for said election. are hereby changed by of April A.D.1904. fim Weathers.- \ TUB CKDE&&IOXED A -
number of Berries. Absolutely free order of the Board of Public Instruction so as to I JOSEPH H. BELL. A. Weathers and Marion J. Yr.who pay a us .rtal /
wife and a Public. the
IIOU. each with read as follows: [Seal] 4 22 Notary Defendants.JNDR w
avb .- All sections 7.S, 17. :8. 19. 20. *j and 30 .f AND BY VIRTUE QP A FINAL 1V4 J/oMby te JfdK,
children Mr. Taylor, on Sparr from harmful drugs. Metto township 13 south.range ZI east and sections 12, I ( rendered by the judge of the Circuit present this toard at 1.Kbic festraction >

wife and *lx children 13. JJ. 24. 25.and 26 of township 13 south range ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in oi p 1t, *'1oct*, asljaf t
nut Mr. Hooker, 20 east. the above stated cause. dated jist day of March, saidboardtoca1lanIactlotrIW
stimulates the Liver And to elect three trustees and to fix the rate wherein William Knoblock is complainant parpuac
)11' J. B. A. D. 1904 school district tab avastheGrahsmvUl6pecUlTaifcho
least creating a special ui
not {
but be assessed and collected for the
Last of millageto and Brantly A. Weathers and 4 &*&*
and next two ensuing years. HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDI Marion J. Weathers are defendants. I will. as deKtlbed,
Lowell IS
has deserted the Kidneys acts'directly electors at said election are all regis- said decree sad to include the following .
Malloy flushes Qualified voters'of said who NOTICE all persons having claims againstthe Special Master appointed in and by All of the south half of tadl .
and qualified
tered deceased. to present offer and for sale.
Sprite own of 3ary Z. Hick. to execute the same expose sad sectioas .
full fledged tax on teal or personal property therein. range tj .4 .
become a pay a will barred. .
Bladder. same withiu two rears or they and will 15.range all ot towaship i$ rsa.
fine place, and going to vote for on the inspectors The following ana clerkof persons, said have election.been appointed This February asrd. 1904. CLYATT. OK tAt tuotul day of 3/ay. JL. D 790*. jj. lyIng aa Pilate aprian rat sad last f
log a W. W.
\v.A.Yongue,A.3. Jones aadL. L. Harvey, Administrator. in front of the south door of the court house in the Ocklawsks river except sections I" 14, .
"no fence" 80 as uot "to go against Makes the per- inspectcrs*ad J. W.bmoak. Clerk. 2 2S St the city of Ocvla.Marion county. Florida.with naa6sad 36. W
organs By order ot tile Board ot Public Instructionthis in the legal hours of sale, sell at public outcryto w. H. X. T W baa. Al L
hU neighbors." CONTENT.Cures the 5th day of April 1904. NOTICE the highest and best bidder for cash the M. Z R. .
C W. a.
form their functions in a Attest: G. S. SCOTT, mortgaged property described in said decree asfollo..s. D. m1.I W. Wbpte. u. L
and Colds. W.D. CAR, Chairman. to-wit: Those certain pieces parcel er Mills, E johasoa. .,1.A
Coughs Secretary. 4 IS IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE lots of land lying and being in the J.W. W. ..eu.I .t.
NOTICE as executors and executrix, of Ocala. Marion county. Florida known WC.Wcf.r.Ta&dsit 4
Lake St. Topeka natural I thereby city .
625 way Dunn deceased --- --
F. .
Mr. C. Peterson, respectively the estate of John and described as lots 93.9S 9and 97. of Gary'sAddition

Kanws. says: "Of aU cough ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,will on u the said city as per plat of said addition NOTICE
keeping the system in a Saturday, the 3d day Q/July, A. D. iy*, recorded in plat book "A"ou page 43,o<
remedies Ballard'a Horehound Syrup of Marion county, the public records of Marion county fiend., A.E, Deb aest adaiaistntar with wnexedoi p.
apply to the county judge with all and singular the tenements Dtlouest gives aettce Hut Us*
will of mak- together,
favorite It has done and GIVEN TO CRZD Flonda.at Ocala.Fla. for the purpose and therennta E. .
)1) my perfect and healthy con IS HEREBY settlement of their accounts and for hereditaments, appurtenances /
claimed for it to speedily NOTICE legatees distributees and all persona ing final belonging or so much thereat as may be ct.
Is .
all that t ers te|i.
do claims or demands against the estate oi final discharge. sufficient to satisfy said decree. costs charges,
having DCNN.' hew
and colds and it is deceased to present the H. G, and as therein pro e for kit HtUeseat lad fa t
cure all cough dition. : : : : : Joan F. Edwards. will be barred W. A. HOCKER, commissions expenses duchane.: TbtI9tkda7olMarcElas4.-
within two years oi they vided.
to the taste. wme Executors. ,
wiweet and pleasant this the jrd day of February.. 1904 Aucx B. LAW R. A. BraroiD. K.B.BULLOCK.
60c. and H. Anti-monopoly DOLLY C. EDWARDS.j Executrix. Cgp\QWnal1t'sSo1icitor 41 :'Special Muter. 3 it eta 6m Ullr.t&

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the gubernatorial, race.

Will Locate In Colombia.Dr. such articles as you buy. .
.H.C. Dozier,who recently com VSftl
pleted his medical course at the Uni .
versity of Pennsylvania, and who for .-.-
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new home.

Mr. W.R.-Van Brunt, of Tallahassee .
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