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: May 6, 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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fttiwmminitfiifttfifwitntfmiifwiif! !' ", ''' ''' '' !'"' Miss Davis Gives Lovely Card "rtl.1 *Spriaf Term Circuit Court. For Sheriff.To .

0 In response to invitations by The spring term of the circuit court the Editor of the Ocala Banner.

E TAKE 3 for this district convened Tuesday, For the office to be voted for SMALLBEGINHIRCS
Miss Annie Davis tbe following 1 1..1 many

Daniel's Tonic Pills gathered at the home of Miss Davis1 Judge Bullock presiding. He deliv I at our coming primary election May .
| j jfc end an Impressive ,and Instructive e
sister Mrs. Charles R. Tpdiugs'on 10th, prox., there is none of more
charge. to the grand jury.

For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay. 3l Ocklawaba avenue Tuesday after* I ,The following are the members of importance and interest to the voters

= noon: Mrs. G.T. augbs, M rs. J. K. : that body viz: B. A. Weathers, of Marion county than the above

I. E= --- Austin, Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Mrs. E. foreman; G.L. Taylor, clerk; W. B. office. { Our business was started

l,: E :i&I --- L. Carney, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, Mrs. :I Milligan, J. B. Cappleman, George Laying,. aside all petty jealousies, aa
Pasteur, L. R. Chazal, H. A. Waterman very small but did not re-
: Lee Miller Mr O. R. McKean Mrs.
; ,." well as personal feelings the matter -
:: J. B. Knocks, J. N. Shealey. W. *
J E .. I ::: W. 8. Bullock, Mrs. Otis T. Green, besides taking into considerationthe main satisfaction of
G. Gibson J. W. C.
f : .r Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mrs.L. J. Knight capability and of the '
? f eE Pritchard T. D- competency
Galbraith May ,
E : rf I. Mrs. F. L. Watson, Mrs. Edward several candidates I have no hesitancy customers made the changer
Matchett J. D. Hobklrk John
= .
=_ Hiller, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. Mallory in suggesting the of Mr. -
Scraggs, 8. M. McGee T. W. Randall.In name !
I -. ,
'." ... Liddon, Mrs. G. C. Pasteur Allan
f Rodgers as a most suitable
the case of H. T. Lane, broughtto
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Misses Pauline Sullivan rMuNgoE&cIMnh1S.
: Johnnie -
q' *=* having known him In adversity and
P ::: :...: this county from Sumter on a ;
t'" .. Liddon, Ethel Sinclair Beatrice Sin In prosperity on the inside and out I ,
change of he submitted to 'jI
r venue, a
s == clair, Julia Mayo, Virginia Mayo side, besides under all circumstances,

it i 1I Sara Hrrris, ,Violet Harris. Mary compromised verdict of manslaughterin I have always known him to be ( [ S ii iiI

i POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE Reardon, Jessie Palmer Berenice the second degree' and was fined cheerful, hopeful and honest towardall. I
$250p and the costs'of the court,
aggregating -
t f == I Prescription receive careful attention. I == Mark, Florrie Condon.. Annie Mae BiNIERS h
; about .
Standley, Mary Little'and Eulalee He has I
jlijlill1jllI1111ijll'lillljlljl1jlijlijlljlijlijJ1llljll also worked hard for his

II ?11UlU I jli Iziar. Services. town and county, none having been I Lilia. Fiends J

A I The event was a card party and a The Ocala lodges of Odd Fellows, more instrumental in buildingup KB -

most charming one. Miss Davis and Mason, Knights of Pythias, Knights industries than Mr. Rodgers. laying The Gussslsc Caatait ,

Mrs.Tydings met the visitors on the of Honor and Woodmen of the aside all the above good qualities, our Messrs. Pittman A Son tine bad an

; ,David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE front veranda and gave them a most World conducted a memorial serviceat city pride should be an incentive to exciting guessing context going oo at

cordial welcome. the Masonic hall Sunday afternoon give him the nomination at the first their furniture store during the past

LANDS. The Tydings home which has recently at three o'clock. primary, May 10, prox. week. A large jardiniere Ailed with

t been remodelled i8 a most attractive Mr. H. C. Jones presided at the AN OLD OCALA CITIZEN. beans wu placed on a table and every

l place and is especially well services and. Mr. R E. Yonge, sr., body was entitled to a guess and the

arranged for a card party, the reception acted as marshal.Mr. Louisiana Purchase Sauvealr Stamps. person coming nearest to the number
If hare any phosphate lands you wish to sell or The Ocala postoffice today received
you hs.ll. parlor, dining room and C. L. Bittinger made an excellent contained therein was to be> awardeda

lease on royalty communicate with him. living room all opening into each memorial address and a poem its supply of Louisiana Purchase Exposition beautiful picture. At the cioM of

t other. In these rooms the tables was read by Mr. N. I. Gottlieb.At commemorative postage the contest Saturday night aDd the

t were placed and progressive whist the conclusion at the services stamps. They will be sold from Monday beans counted it wu found that )ft.

Office next to Dr.Smith. Pottoffice Block. Ocala PlaI was the'game played. those present marched to the old May 2nd to Dec. 1. J. A.' Pooaer had von the j>idart>

i la the dining room the punch table cemetery, where the graves of the I The denominations and subjects of having guessed the exiet number

r was most attractively arranged and these stamps are: aa follows:
r dead members of these various fraternal 3,481.

this refreshing beverage was served orders, were decorated with One cent green; subject, Robert R
The local candidate crow by Miss Pauline Sullivan Livingston. United States minister.to
beautiful flowers. The Jewish cemetery -
Ocklawaha and
raging Tuesday Invaded *
The score cards were uniqueand .France, who conducted the negotiations -
very and Greenwood
WHY? lastly were tbe Moss Blufl'prrcinet. Votera
pretty. They were silver card tor the Lousiana purchase.
visited and a like service done to thegrsves I were present front all in adjoin
board horse shoes ana as each game I 1 there. I Two ceu t,'red ; Thomas Jefferson,
lug precincts and the .
-.I ___ : (.to flog was
HM MMKIH HBL was: won a brass headed tack (representing president of the United States at, the
Mr. Soymieur's Tie Cutter as large as any the speakers have yet
time of the
a horse! shoe nail) was tacked purchase.

' Seijator Tallaferro Sljould Be, Returned.DPI on to the cards by Miss Davis and The editor of this paper in company Three cent purple; James Monroe, attended and the demorMmtlou wilt
: > 'bulliDe@a' marked and tathuitutlc. Mr. Jack
with"Mr. T-Stockton
Miss Sullivan. There -was space on ; special ambassador to France in the

f the cards for fourteen tacks aud Miss ; manager of the- Times-Unlon, and matter of the purchase, who with Snell acted at muter of cere-
monks and performed the dot let of
.. Ethel Sinclair was fortunate enoughto i Mr. D. W. Burns, special representative Livingston, closed the negotiations.
TTCP-He has labored unceas-- posseadta the conn-- of that visited Mr. B. H.Seymour's the office in a most pleating and M
A BECAUSE-He paper
Five cent blue William
( .4Uj Ingly for the good of the aud respect of hi* hive her card filled. For h r good I' ; McKlnley ceptable manner. The dinner WM a e
State and ita people, fellow-Senators in a most remarkable playing she received a be"autlfnlllttle mill Tuesday and saw his who as president of the United States
feut and wu richly enjoyed by tat
dt'gree.B't'G. improved tie cutter in operation.
cut glass vase. Among the married i approved the acts of congress official-
faithfully guard- brilliant record as candidates and all others MOM
hu AUSP-Hi 'Mr. Stockton, who has a natural
BEOAUSE-He I the United States
the interests of aU junior Senator: ladies Mrs. McKean made the biggestscore y connecting goy
Bluff la all right and her
-J t. shows that he is the turn for mechanics, was much : people art
clearly right very
k persons entitled to pensions Florida receiving thirteen tacks. Her ernment with the commemorative
nd other Southern:! States. man in the righfplace.BECAUSE'Florida pleased with the machine and says all right
t Mexican drawn exposition.
with prize was a lovely
BECAlhSX-Be completely and Democratic precedents work center piece. he believes will be a rapid money Two cent, brown; United States Robt. Adams, formerly of this city,

lucc full'y answeredand In force for over fifty yean, : maker. showing the territory nf the but now of "Everywhere," u h*
refuted every flims charge that he ia clearly entitled to a second term. Very delicious refreshments were map ex
I The machine has already been described pleases to term it arrived In the
his have brought against position.Vote
opponents DP/T' A TT'St'-He was largely iustru- served after the game and Miss
btm. in securing ptu- Davis' in these columns. With tbe yesterday from Ocala, where he has
card party was conceded to be
for Mathaws
sions for the surviving soldiers and
Improvements made in its construc- been on a visit to his mother Sirs. J.
; BECAUSE' -He voted for the anti- widows of deceased soldiers of the one of the very pleasantest of the To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. -
trust bill, for the inter- Seiuinole Indian wars. tion it is now capable: of cutting one F. Edward. He expects to make his
oceanic canal bill, and for the bill i many recent card parties. George Mathews, the popular can
I hundred and fifty cross ties per day departure in a day or two for >ew
State banks, and
abolishing taxes mutt
on BECAUSE everywhere didate'for the legislature, will ride
voted against the infamous ship sub t-iveu I Original Whist Club. and as we have before explained no YorK, where he will spent the Mint
bill.BECA and complete credit to his:: colleagues over the heads of the people in the
sidy of the Florida delegation\ for ibcirnareju The above named popular club, part of the log is w&-ted. That part tiier.-Gainesville Sun.: .
coming election carried in tbe hands
TT'SrHe successfully insisted alt that has been done for toe which meets every Wednesday afternoon hitherto thrown away under the
State.BEp. of public favor. No better man .
upon the retention in Miss Nora Creekman a very accomplished
was entertained this week by economical arrangement of this
the bill for a permanent census bureauof ; .4 TTQ1'. -He saw tbe futility of could be secured to fill this positionof young lady of Live Oak,
the item providing for the collec- .d.UI EJ endeavoring to socure Mrs. D. M. Smith, happily assisted machine, is now all saved and made
tion and publication of crop statistics. the payment of Florida's Ancient Indian trust and responsibility. A man U visiting in Ocala the guest of her
by her daughter, Miss Georgia Smith. into crate material.
.. War Claim by means of a separ qualified by public favor and natural cousin Mrs. S. L. Bitting.
JJIYM770F-He Introduced and sev&v&vuu ate measure, and introduced an A3 intimated by the name of the
claims Death uf An Old CitIzen. ability to represent the people's vie ova
cured the of the amendment to the omnibus
Senate resolution providing passage for the bill providing therefor, adroitly and club progressive whist was played and and interests. You can do no better Mrs. H. A. Ford and daughter, Salsa
of route tor canal successfully defending its passage an enjoyable evening was passed. Mr. Charles Thomas, of Pine, wbosq
survey a a ship gentlemen, than cast vote for Emily Ford, returned tame Tuesday
across the State of Florida, with an against the strong opposition of rival Mrs. G. T. Maugha won the prize apiece long; attack of illness has been notedin your vial fit.
from short to
claims. this who is all he a Augustine
appropriation of 1 5,000 therefor. man, appears to be.
this died his home there
of Mexican drawn work. Mrs. paper, at
advocated the dec- Capable and responsible. Honor and Jacksonville.
T?'rfA' 770 F -He secured a change in of United States Smith also gave a visitor's prize and a Sunday night.Mr. .
LjAUd!( JJ and honor him
the Cuban provisional yourselves ,
Senators by direct votes of the people Thomas old your Mis
Strauss and
booby ptize. Mrs. A. E. Gerig won was an prominent Mrs. Maurice
tariff rating eypre8lumber the same
the of
the enlargement of powers fellow citizen who understands your
as pine greatly to the advantage of the Interstate Commerce Commission, the visitor's prize, also a Mexican and well-to-do citizen of this county. Gertrude Peyser went down to Tampa
all Floridians engaged In that indus need, and will bring a cool bead to .
and voted In strict accordance with drawn work piece and Mrs. R L. and was a veteran of the civil war. Tuesday to spend a few days there
try.BECAUSEHe. tbe wishes aDd purposes of the chief I bear on all matters of public interval
leaders of organized labor on tbe bill Anderson was awarded the booby. Besides being a prosperous farmer during the Mat Festival.Mr. .
wrote into the Cu- providing tor the creation of the Department Refreshments were served after the Mr.Thomas was one of the first men pertaining to the good of all In ;
reciprocity treaty of Commerce and Labor. number, not individuals. A word to
the word "cattle thereby reducing games. in this county to engage; in the sheep Anthony C. Finwl, who baa
tariff Florida animals intended I i -Acting in entire harmony the wbe is sufficient.A .
the on : pryi TTCP
and he also of spent the past days most pleat
for export to that island thus greatly tiLUAUbL Md concert with Mrs.Smith's guests were .the members industry was owner: a SUBSCRIBES AND TAX PAYER.
fostering that important industry. he other distinguished members of of the club and Mrs. A. E. Gerig, valuable herd of cattle. aptly In Ocala, returned to hit homeat
the Florida delegation at Washington, April 30,1904.
The death of Mr. Thomas la universally South Lake Weir Tuesday,
-Ha aided largelyjn procuring -. he and they succeeded in securing for Mrs. L. R. Chaw,. Mrs. D. S. Wood-
BECA USE liberal appro. Florida a larger volume of appropriations Mrs. W. 8. Bullock Misses Alice regretted.Mrs. .
row, Mr. Culleas Married.Mr. .
r ptlatlone, for the improvement of the than bad ever before been accorded CoL Peacock of *the- firm of Pea

SL Johna River, thereby making possible to the tate, aggregating over Bullock and Sue Anderson. J. H. Livingston, sr., and Frank T. Cullen, proprietor of cock, West & Co.>> of*:*Lebanon. Fl*.,
- four million dollars or more than $7 .
i large reduction in freight= rates the Windsor Hotel in Jacksonville,
throughout all territory tributary to for every Inhabitant, scheduled u fol. Tbe reading club met Tuesday af Mrs. Frank Harris left Tuesday over was among Ocala's prominent visitors
tows: .was quietly married Friday night'toMiss
is that stream. ternoon with Miss Esther Weathers. the Seaboard for Lake City, where I Tuesday.
Indian War Claim...... $1,100,000 Elizabeth Blanche Waters of
f. BECAUSE-tae ts perfectly familWuh Rivera and harbors........ 2,300,000 While not so largely attended aa the they go to attend the annual convention -:. Mae J.,0. Rameaoer and children
the course, Public buildings.......... 500,000 I Winnipeg, Manitoba.. Rev. W. A.
last one, the meeting was a very of the Daughters of the Confed Mr.
left Tuesday for Miami to Join
routine and details of legislative pro; Lighthouses,naval Sta.etc.. 100,000 Hobsont performed the ceremony at
cedure la every department; and it Seminole War pensions(annually pleasant one. The main number was a eracy as delegates from the Dickison Ramsauer. They will make their

would require, fox any new member, ). ., ...' .. ........ 100,000)( paper on "Napoleon, and the end of Chapter. After the convention Mrs. the Baptist, parsonage. Mrs. Cullen home In that city .
to acquire his
years of experience as Miss Waters bad been spending
present advantage of efficiency Total .......................$4,100,000 the Holy Roman, Empire" by Mrs. Livingston_will go to Madison to visit
I 1 Todd. Her paper was a splendid one her daughter Mrs. B. A. Inglis,for a the winter in. Jacksonville with Mr,Edward Moody, of Key West

and she received. many compliments few days and Mrs. Harris will makea .friends. arrived in Ocala Monday to spend ft
I, :Mr.and Mrs. Cullen for the present P.
SEEDS. few days with hIt mother, Mn
on the same. A paper on the life of short visit to her brother at Monti-
I are at honta<< to their !friends at the Moody.
Johann Gottfield von Herder, prepared cello. ____

r- If you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans goobers, I by Miss Sara Harris,?Wag read CoL V.J. Shipman"mine host" of Windsor. When the. hotel closes Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Davis have. IOU

Y chufas, whipporwill, clay, cane or ladyfinger peas, beans, I by Miss Gamsby. Current topics the Montezuma, will please accept the they will go north for the summer.. to Tampa to speed the May Festival

English peas, millet, sugarcane, ,all kinds early varieties were talked of and discussed daring thanks of this office for two splendid Hon. W. A. Fulton of.Hernando week, with Mr. Davia' mother anif-

I ) field com, and all field and garden seed, the.meeting. crates of strawberries which he county, was a pleasant .victor to brother. *
Call on or write, I gathered from Jiia farm at Lawtey. Ocala Tuesday.Mr. Mr. Will Veal, of Early Bird, wti
Mrs. J. B. Cuttler went up to Lake .
Th berries were delicious. in Ocala Tu d&1. .
The Ocala ed Store City Tuesday to visit friends duringthe .John W. Pearson U back from visiting .

meeting ot the Daughters of the I Mr. F. B. Beckham has gone to a trip to Missouri,having been absentfor The railroad tralonwa hit tcdorsedTallaferro. -

Sole Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick. Confederacy convention. Port laglis on a business trip. a couple.of weeks. V ? s \'-





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LIST OF CANDIDATES H.'SP.AIong. ,." :. THIS IS WI WHITMAN: N' WHEW, ". '_ THE IRONY OF FATE $. to action In preparing tat Eaten '", .
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% y 'IL, H.'McCrearyGuy :' ;: ::,1 ". '.-, WU you till ftto>ub r *. IS fl 'C9"DID literature "
__ g L. Metcalf In the he is now freighting -ToUaeEditoroftheOcaIaBamsu-.
To be Voted for in the Primary of Next .__ "- "nest year, sir, Bit Jur"r.w
,; W. .H. Milton Jr. ., { :if the mails with Hon. J. :'. C. It is evident that Mr. John B.
[ Citra Marion Florid "." eventually looro *raH.*l t+er....- ,
Tuesday, May 10. County,
Stockton that Senator Taliaferro
H. S. Phillips ._ March 12, 100-1 says Floyd made an. impression throughout the ponderous .b..ttl t rr .

John Q. SmithJ. is spending more money to secure his or do you pro/** t. wake e? ifi4
For United States Senator Recognizing in our esteemed friend this county, else why these timely -
assert will, to that P1oJ4
return to the United States senate your trap
Vote for one N. Whi ner. and fellow citizen, the Hon Ed. L. articles! in the Banner, purporting show the rap to ,....., -
than his salary would amount to in
Wilkinson Call For House of Representatives Wartmann, 'a true, loyal, faithful, .
forty years. to come from Sparr, the Woods and AN EDITOR'S OPINION

'r W S. Jennings Vote for Two John B. Floyd friend and supporter of the democratic Whew! other sources in relation to the no OF ALLAN RO0 Ett

John N. C. Stockton himas
party; and recognizing in -
George G. Mathews Let's see how that is. fence question.
James P. Taliaferro county commissioner, which office Idea Ina private totter u J\iIaa
A senator's is six thousand If we understand Mr. Floyd's
Carlos L. SistrunkE. salary : a )
the of
For Representative in Congress 1st he has eo ably filled for the past three Rodgers, the lJtMiI -
L. WartmannFor year, mileage, etc., say about seven correctly it suggests local optionlaw Gorda Herald hat this to !bit ;If*,
Congressional District years, a faithful true friend and
Vote for tkousand: dollars. which means that no community Dear Allan-Your ftttMtnoi i..
one County Judge servant of the welfare and best interests -
Stephen M. Sparkman Vote for one Forty times seven foots up something shall have a no fence law forced of the 25th ., MM 3'ert dM asri

Robert llcXamee Robert Bullock. of the eounty. like two hundred and eighty : upon them without 'a majority In was an agrees Htfpritc to -.

Beleiving that he could furtner and Of course I know you are .. '"
dorsement of the voters of a districtor
For ,Clerk Circuit Court thousand dollars.
For Presidential Electors e better represent and care for the date for sheriff, MM I km>k ..
Vote for Vote for one Mr. Stockton further to township as the case may be.
Five goes on say that you never forget your tr !"
S. T. Sistrunk.For interests of our county in the state
IL P. BaileyT. that Mr. FUgler is eagerly putting up :Many people misunderstand the no matter where they go t)+ % h4 -

A. Jennings Sheriff legislature. this tremendous amount of money theory. They are impressed with the cr they live or die.

Vote for one In grateful acknowledgment of the If I just did not !have td he
J.'C. B. Koonce for Mr. Taliaf rro's election and for notion that Mr. Floyd's election hon .
Henry GordonJ efficient services which he has so :May loth I would run ?;IJ &
A. B. Newton what? means the arbitrary command to dispense
P Galloway. faithfully rendered to the county: Ocala and sing your praises *t titepolls
:F. B. Stoneman. Listen at the reason he gives. with the fence regardless of there. I
Allan RodgersJ We, the undersigned citizens ot am awe you m 1 ..
Because Senator Taliaferro the the interests those who are fortunate -
For Member of National Democratic got You have never failed in any wer.
: L. Smoak election district \o. 16, do hereby
Committee United :States government to dig Mr. enough to possess a bunch of thy attempt and wit tae tin *. *
For Tax Collector petition him to enter the race for the
this instance.
Vote for one Flagler a "ditch." cattle or hogs, and who are located In
s' Jefferson B. Browne Vote for one nomination of representative from I have watched with keen Inftftlt
Isn't this an state isolated places where is abund-
E. L. Carney.For extraordinary range:
Cromwell Gibbons Marion county to the state legislaturein your career in UM Ocda 1 afiti n&jfr

Tax Assessor the democratic primary to be held ment. ant.This boring newspapers, and hat e,1 i wy*

Frank W. Pope. Vote for one And yet he seems seriously to be is not the correct inference. rejoiced in your Mice***. Ot t -um
May 10, 1904, and we do hereby ledgehim
For Delegates to the National Demo. Alfred AyerJ lieve that the voters of Florida will M r. Floyd has been sufficiently plain I remember those old times' wty

cratic ,Convention From the C Mathews. our hearty support: swallow this absurd story. and candid in expressing his views, back in '$:, and ia ubf}<**

State at Large J. A Stevens, R. T. Carter, years, and kgw negrtttureto 1.
His little book has nor can we discover anything vague
For County Treasurer every appear
Vote,for FourT. J. McLeod, H. M. Oyer, recall: mem at ( often fl io

J. AppleyardJohn Vote for one J. N. Reddick, A. P. Monroe, ance of fakerism! gone to seed! or misleading in bid published or Your exploit she then ming btuW- .

S. BeardT. C. L. Bittinger. J. N. Maiphurs, J. P. Moore verbal statements. good road, and doing .titter

E. BryanW. ; T. E. Pasteur G. M. Townsend, J. B. Borland. A Startling Test. He is favor of progression in all commemkbte <.fe..fe tot. attrlk1td+ I

For Superintendent Public InstructionVote J. D. Boyt, Oscar Hall, To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merrit, of things. The questiou is, do the pea. the attention of the Uic lam:

J. Bryan for one 'Y. E.. Rowell, M. B. Burleson, No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startlingtest time I have patted gala m rt't cut
01 Florida want progression 2The ..
t C. A. Carson W. D. Cam W. J. Crosby, R. Shortridge, resulting in a wonderful cure pIe years, I have+ aNt floe eye trf admiring ..

\V. J. Hillman -' D. R. Zetrouer. 8.T. Cars'well, H. O. Dunn, He writes, "a patient was attacked old idea of remaining !iu the remembrance on the ".. ,

Claude L'Engle. For County Surveyor J. M. Lewis, A. H. Holland, with violent hemorrages, caused by same old rut, constitutes retrogressionand back of the Ocala Houte wnd i

J. F. Harrell, A. C. White, ulceration of the stomach. I had often no man possessed of public epiricand ( was once famous at "Allen .1 kod

For Delegates to the National Democratic W. A. Moorhead. J. L. Perry, U. W. Ellis, found Electric Bitters excellentfor who is resolutely imbued with a gers' Zoological Gr4ea \.on

Convention From the First For Member of Board of Public Instruction V. E. Kunze, H. B. Frazee, acute stomach and liver trouble know you took Me"'h it net

_, Congressional. District T,L. Bherouse: M. D, Beal, !o I prescribed them. The ipatient rigid determination to properly rep seal times to stow Me the Jeer,

Vote for Two Vote for one J. W. Widner, Marion Conyer, gained from the first, and has not hadan resent the masses will equivocate or bear 'coons, bide. You dill

W. J. ChambersW. B. R. Blitch. E. Clements, H. B. 'lansot, attack in 14 months." Electric evade a fair and explicit enuuciationof not need to remmd ate ai the 41

R. Fuller For County Commissioner, First District W. Matchett, W. B. Boyt, Bitters are positively guaranteed for his sentiments pertaining to vital days, they keep gf... m my meet

A. P. Jordan '1'. L. Ramsey L. H. Hall, dyspepsia Indigestion constipation! public questions. ory as in yean.Wishing .

Vote for one J. W. Hagins, J. B. Strickland, and kidney troubles. Try them.
H. C. McRae you the ..est ate[
Jno. L. Edwards H. C. Grantban, I. C. Ellis, Only 50c. at Tydings &Co. m We have Heard men say that theydo oh
cess, politically and ..wttt
For Governor E. C. McLeod. .1. A. Tomkins, James Moody, not think the time is:: opportune Sincerely old and ,

Vote for one B. A. Grantham, William Franzot, The Attorney Generalship Fight. for a no fence law. friend. your grates
For County Commissioner, Second District A. I JOIlIl t \
Napoleon B.BrowardC. M. Brinson. The action of Governor Jennings{
Well, we heard that identical expression Punta Gorda, March & ItJ04,

M. Brown appointing )Ir. Ellis to the office of
Vote for one EDO L. WARrMANN.ro used some twenty yean ago ALLAN RODGERS FOR SHERIFF a

Robt. W. DavisD. H. W. Long attorney general in the very midst of and Florida still remains In the rut.

H. Mays. the Editor of the Ocala Banner. Every true Democrat who hat .
between these
V. P. Smith. the contest two -
1 wish through the columns of your we ever make up and endeavor the interest of tm ....y *t heart

For Secretary of State For County Commissioner, Third -Dis for the honor, has met with to,crawl out of that rut or will the should vote for Alert Rodger tit
Vote for one paper to make an appeal to the voter: "
trict general disapproval throughout the sheriff. The
same argument prevail twenty 3 van 11..w.n U
James E. BroomeH. of Marion in behalf of Edd L.
Vote for one county known him
state, because of its evident unfair.ness. hence? for OWMAt) )eart;

Clay CrawfordB. S. R. Pyles; Wartmann, who U seeking at their Even friend of Mr. Ellis The of the and from that knowledge can t.

:F. Kirk. Jos. Whisenant. hands a seat in the legislature ot press etate having exhausted tify that he U one of the moat JIft.\
admit that it was a great mistake on its
Florida. vocabulary telling ua of gressive and d": rvt g men m theo
For For County Commissioner, Fourth District
Attorney General -
the of the to have
Vote for Mr. Wartmann came to this county part governor, the happy and prosperous times t State; and if be hodd be! dkaIce.

oneWilliam H. Ellis Vote for one from Virginia when yet a boy made the appointment, and equally come because somebody is going to do he will prove one of t beet. abre

N. A. Fort. as great an error on the part of Mr.Ellis things for Florida iffs in aJ11-1orida. r rl bctMg> hoer
great by building a
Alfred St. the
r ClairAbrams.For Through vicissitudes of war his both
For County Commissioner, Fifth District to have accepted the appointment canal,cannot be vouched for a sinecure upon hm.eH and upon Mamw
ComptrollerVote father had been reduced to straightened ; county.

for one Vote for circumstances. At that time we under the circumstauces.: Asa for our sunny state, there is a Yes, he ia ninnvtf m MAIlH't -

A. C. Croom. one result: of the unfair advantage sought possibility of deflection and but he has
C. W. TurnerW. fiud young Wartmann willing lo turn : our anticipations friend vrywhert ic

to be taken of Mr. Alfred Sr. Clair liable rise uo and a goed wired tax
to frustration say
For Treasurer D. Bobbltt his hand to any kind of labor iu are

Vote<< for Abrams, a great many voters throughout unless Florida t makes effort to him. They r.embw what 4 i U
oneWm. J. W. Williams order ,to promote the welfare of the any a1 friend and
V. Knott. the state manifesting, their disapproval true Democrat he t*
L. T. Hickson. family.It may truly be said of him thathe accomplish something in iu own and how be hat devoted ,rf

For Superintendent of Public Instruction is the architect of bis own fortune by deserting the ranks of Mr behalf. This custom of sitting on the energy and faithful work to Y.UI the Mivanceraent =

Vote TAMPA'S LEADING PAPER He not only did everything his hands Ellis for attorney general. Mr. pi azzer and telling what we are goingto of the beat interest m
one Wm. M. HollowayWm. found to do but put an intelligentdirection Abrams' friends are very sanguine allover do next year (though never done) Florida. lilit rds vied other -It*

the state, and claim now that it asters have never dampen! bas
Speaks Highly of Allan Rodgers ana close and diligent should become obsolete, and if our
Sheats. application ardor
but with
; a brave heart and
Although out of the Tribune's bail is only a question of how large his statesmen have the future welfare of
to everything he did and
For Commissioner cheering corks to these mclined
AgricultureVote iwick, it is gratifying to learn that Mr. majority will be on the 10th of Mac Y. Florida at heart will
for one a result his whole life has been a su they with pleasure be discouraged, Jt.e hoe dw '
Allan Rodgers of Ocala will be
a candidate Pensacola Journal.
B. E. McLin. cess. He is a success as a merchant, : and alacrity relegate to the pushed forward in the front rank
for sheriff of Marion county. He

For Railroad CommissionerVote is not only one of the best men that as au orange grower, us a citizen and Hearst as a Speech Maker. realms of inocuous desuetude the ot undaunted KWitiuyw with un
faulterii g faith in the future ,4 hi*
for one ever lived, but he is as true as stand eel as the head of a family and is a man pitiful notion of "next year, air, nut beloved State.
As in the case with Taliaferro an .
John L. :Morgan. as brave as a lion, and is noted for "
whom in
any county state may The admirable traits
opinion obtained that Mr. William which: A.

For Adjutant General his loyalty. and integrity.Mr. well feel proud. Randolph Hearst was incapable of! We are so much absorbed in the len Rodgers puueMea make Jt;.
Rodgers has been a resident of
Vote for one In his own little community Mr matter of fencing iu our etock- that many friends elsewhere led just-
Florida for over twenty and mostof making a speech simply becau8ewhile
years ed
J., Clifford R.,Fostetr Wartmann has been foremost in all we have no time to take. note of the in interpoMng a..bir behait turge
-- that time he has been citizen of
----- a in congress: he was not always his memti
Allen Thomas. Ocala. During the palmy phosphatedays good works and his liberality is a fact that.our stock is liable to be upon the #*.ii!
on his feet with his mouth' open. people trf Manon county, who 94 r; r
For State Chemist he matter of and all fenced out.
was one of the largest and generous comment never failed
But this idea, as in the case of Talia to show their motet itwn >
Vote for one most important factors in the discovery enterprises and institutions having as The time is not distant when a surprise of a daerv nc..lIId
R. E. Rose ferro, has been dispelled. we arc
and development of that industry.He their object the betterment of the not dreamed of by many enthusiastic sure, will nAt ail to do to In th>*
For Justice Supreme Court for was phenomenally successful and His speech before the house committee instance.
community have in him a strong opponents of "no tenet!"
Six Years simply coined money by his characteristic on judiciary on the invitationof For some Allen
years KU.I
advocate and a willing helper will like a spectre put
shrewdness. suddenly bring
During the past few
Vote for one that committee, is the talk 01Washington. gers has devoted his uMtn cncr

R. Fenwick Taylor. years Mr. Rodgers has been devoting Wr. Wartmann has been as activein about a realization of another and gies to the building of goof
He spoke for an hour roa For Justice of the Supreme Court most of his time to good roads building his democracy: as'he has been in and Dumber of the committee'incommenting worse calamity than no fence. Marfoa, Alachua wid Cttrut

Vote for Three in Marion county, and to him, more his business though he claims that he t. It will be all fence for the purpose counties and the results of hay et

than another individual that countyis upon it, said it was the forts will stand for
Robert S. CockrellA. has done nothing more nor less than of pasturing graded stock. ycaream a non
indebted'Cor its splendid highways cleanest exposition and the most ment to his cnterpnie. He
J. Henry his duty. Thousands of is <
penetrating every hamlet and nook of lucid of that acres have ways revolving in tint
His political record is explanation any subject ; UrtJeas 1 fen*
Thomas. M. Shackleford the county. In the construction of as straight asa been purchased in this state and the of his soflrmhing tor the
-- shingle and as clean cut as polishedsteel. has ever come before the committee, apru\e
J. B. Whitfleld. these improved thoroughfares he worked ment of bit
He has never bolted a nomination agents of the beef packing trust are county* and matt' awl

For Judge Circuit Court, Fifth Circuit convict labor and is thoroughly conversant nor scratched a ticket and in al MedicineThere silently taking up all the desirable if he is elected shy, he may be
with that kind of people, and Spring relied on to
Vote for one conventions has taken a conspicuouspart. pasture lands they can get. What tftaumte rrtorm, m
should he become sheriff of his the conduct
adopted of the
W. S. office
is no other season when good for? Well, just keep tfctf wu!
he would on nappingmy redound
county experience no difficulty to the
4 For Members of the State Democratic He is a man of strong intellectual medicine ia so much needed as in the fellow good ol ltC.nof; }
whatever in citizens
managing the crimInals just keep on county.

Committee From the State at Large that would be under his super calibrequickperceptons possessesa ; Spring. whittling and telling of "next Away back yonder fe
nervous but his year, i. A!
vision.As energy, energie The blood Is impure, weak and len
Vote for Thirteen.J. have never been misdirected' and he condition indicatedby instead of doing. Now, and It your Rodgers, ibis writer, I. E. Tier
a man, tax payer and citizen, he Impoverished-a wick. Sam
W. Adams was never known to reach out after a stock is not beautifully and completely Tie aM a few otlw
is Justly entitled to the office;; 'and if pimples and other eruptions on the enthusiastic cittal..s __

Dr. Warren E. Anderson the Tribune had its say about the election "cheap John" notriety and whenaftairs face and body, by deficient vitality, fenced out from pasturage a nil what Chancy DaMe ,.. lIItu
reach a crisis he be .... -.I
can depended.upon land
George L. Bahl he would have no opponent. With loss of appetite, lack of strength, and. which is now so easy, made road mag'ates" and
to take such ..1Itook
a moderate and to
difficult to obtain
N. A. Blitch such men as Allan Rodgers in the sheriffs want of animation. by reason of neg build the \\'ildwood.
conservative course as will lead to the lect or indifference, then the beef LacIy Ltkc. .
office higher Withluoochec
A. C. Blount Jr. plane among county best resultd. Ittoral City! d
combine i l
inHood's Sarsaparillaand $ simply pouring Gulf
officials would be 'immediately money Ral roatl.
John M. BryanC. If elected he will take a position into the state just for the dWelt !bpi
reached and Florida would take frank Pills amusement !it, because the nam/w
D. Clough the legislature that will reflect credit there is in it. too '-c
among its sister states in selecting to paint on the
C, O. Codrington the best men for, offices: of honor upon his county. Make the blood pure, vigorous ao4 Did you ever suspect them of being a great deal of ears but y ey wepr .
He is not wild, erratic, nor un oafs( guilty of such glory; &Ad Id
I marvelous
E. A. Crawford and trust. rich, create appetite, give vitality, magna then, we have tieen h
and his equnanimity of temper and nimity. y s. *
The voters of Ocala can make no strength and animation, and cure I vor of S ,
Herbert L. Dodd strong character and splendid equipment Behold the irony of fate. letting any mc that to
mistake in all Have the whole moue
making air Rodgers sheriff eruptions. family party nave
W. W. Farmer in other directions appeal very Your stock fenced anyg he Mitts
i and it is to be hoped that he will be begin to take them today. out from rank e. 1:1 this world For
to this
strongly conservative and ,
right "V ourself shut out from land. r auea aad
D. U. FletcherR. unanimously elected in the coming p ml- thinking people.Every Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used In'our maey other, the mot
Land is imp
B. GarnettG. mary. He has enough friends in Tampa family tor some time, and always with now cheap, but we fall to of which have been
democratic voter in the conn buy because we dream Tnerstt..... we
and.South Florida good results. Last spring I vas all ma that no one: do .i
apt hesitate
} P. Healy and should to carry the election ty ought to vote for Edd L. Wart down and got a bottle of it, tad as canal wants it,and therefore, It constitute Allan to corny .rhnc 1...
I they permitted to mann. He deserves this much at Rodgers for fheTof ,
Jeff A. Hendley received great benefit. Mm BrcuaBoies "no fence", though some other llatoa
cast their ballots tor him he would their hands. ... man county and to
Francis A. Hendry *- pays the tax on it. urge: OUr bdflt
have the office in his grasp right now. OXE WHO HAS brethren, C. 1. flit
KNOWN HIM FOK Sarsaparilla promises to Mr. Floyd's! tingcrand Fft\ak
)Advocacy of
William Hocker -Tampa Tribune. i a local no Harris to do
A Loan TIME and keeps the promise. all
: cure they
fence law is can
I .' stimulating a few: men '1 I his eIectlOn.-l'untt jo ...,.
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the PeopleVOL. ."


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King's Daughters Benefit. Mrs. Woodrow Entertains at Cards.

The concert given under the auspices :Mrs. David Sandeman Woodrow, How Much GainDo

of the King's Daughters at the one of Oiala's mot popular and
Elk's hall Friday night was a most charming young matrons, entertain- your assets over year

charming event. The attendancewas tamed at an exceedingly lovely card You might be interested to learn on what terms you can buy,

- good and the entire program was party Friday afternoon from four to on the instalment plan, the five per cent. twenty-year gold

bonds issued the that
splendidly rendered. six o'clock. by Company

p0Y4LXGpO Judge W. E;. Bullock acted as Mrs. Woodrow received her guestsat Has earned more for policy-holders

.. master of ceremonies. The programwas the door and she was looking particularly
.. Has paid more to policyholdersHolds
begun with a piano solo by Mr. pretty in a most becoming
in trust for policyholdersThan
Leon Fishel and was followed by a gown of pile! blue silk tissue. She more

f. voice solo by Miss Sara Wbitti ld. welcomed her guests most cordially any other company in the world
Mr. Anthony Finzel of South Lake ant after all had arrived progressive r

Weir, gave several solos which were whist, which is so popular in Ocala For terms, address

: I greatly enjoyed and he was vocifuous- society was played for an hour and the

I I ly encored. resulted in Mrs. X. M.Allred winningthe MUTUAL LIFE'INSURANCE ,

I Mrs. J. P. Hilburn, Mr. Clifford first prize a dainty china cream
eAK Anderson and Miss Minnie Gamsbyalso pitcher. Mrs. Edward Hiller came

f it! H Well sang pleased!and as with usual their the music.A audiencewas out glais second vase. and was awarded a cut Oldest NEW YORKAmerica Urgnt H

J in ttAe
beautiful piano solo by Miss! After the games the library was
RICHARD A. McCURDY. President WorN

J POWDER Gertrude Peyser was one of the thrown open and in this room Mr. CECIL WILCOX Manager, Jacksonville, FT*.

delightful numbers the program. ) Lowell Goodsell and Mr. Leon Fishel .s?

Absolutely Pure Prof. Lowell Goodsell ielighted all played very sweet music which was

I with his excellent violin solo and he greatly enjoyed while the delicious S. A. STANDLEY LEE MILLE

IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH also played a duet with Miss Mattie refreshments were being.served.
I Williams.Miss At Mra. Woodro 's card party were

Madge-- bimaof -Valdosta- read- the following ladies: Mrs. N. M.
I Feed and Sale
in a most: delightful manner, "A mer- : Allred, Mrs. Edward Hiller, Mrs. Livery, Stables,
u.u ZLISA2Z73! BAUZS. Local Editor Mr. George K. Robinson returned
: ica's Conversion" and &s an encore Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. William
Saturday from a business visit to
gave "When Augeliue Comes Trip Anderson Mrs. D. M. Smith, Miss We carry the most completeline
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Abbie Munroe Mrs. G. R. Robinson
ping Down the Line. Both were of Harness, Saddles etc .
J. J. Tillis, of Stanton, on greatly enjoyed.Mr. Mrs. C. S. Cullen Mrs. B. A. Weathers ,

Misa Maude MO*T u now the Lake Weir, was shopping in Ocala :N. I. Gottlieb, with the Miss Esther Weathers, Miss in central Florida, and will giveour e

f stamp clerk at the postottit Monday. She was accompanied by "Frenchman and the Rats" captured Stotesbury, Mra. A. H. Marsh, patrons the very lowest '.

her young son. his audience. Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. Edward -
theButtgenbach prices. "We
Major Lancaster is grading i are thoroughly
r The prettiest and most uptodateline This excellent program concludedwith Holder, Mrs. Mallory Liddon, x>
: railroad. equipped for fitting out turpentine
of box paper for ladies' corres a comedy sketch, written by Mrs. J. K. Au&tin.Iisses

Rev. J. P. Reeve., of Spring Pirkl pondeuce 'can be had at Tydings & Mr. A. C. Finzel. Taking part in the Minnie and Louise Gamsby Mrs. and lumber teams, gear,
and the prices are reason
was visiting CX-nla Monday.Jff I Company's,ble, too little farce was Mr. Finzel as Mr. T. T. Monroe Mrs. D. W. Davis, Mrs.J. wagons, etc. 1Rr'' ;r

Augustus Belmont and Miss Eloyse .J. Gerig, Mrs. F. Schrieber, Mrs.
.l leaf eel Salt Krlck IbrlocU.OC .
tlaSeed Store, Sol Agents. Mr. Thomas T. Stockton, business Izlar as his wife.Theactingof Frank Harris Irs.Geo. McKay, Mrs. We always keep on hand a full line of Columous and Summer
k e manager of the Times-Union, spent Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.
both of these young M. C. Looney, Mrs. G. C. Pasteur,
North Side Court Ilouse. Ocala, Ma
Mr. George F. Armstrong of *\tll-I I Monday iu 0 1I1a. Mr. Stockton people was splendid! and they brought Miss Margaret Eagleton and Mw.

nah. Ua prominent visitor to (Vila.Mr. I II was here iu the interests his paper.A down the hou-. Henry W. Little. -"

I L. R. Chazal return-d lio:ae little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Over forty dollars was realized from Mrs Woodr<>wr3 card party Friday, We Have Just Opened.

Monday from a business visit to New Ramsauer was baptized at the Methodist I this concert which will be given to like all the aHirs given by this

York City. church immediately after Sun Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Lindsay. popular hostess, was a most delightful
The :Newest,
day school Sunday morninz. The social evet.t. The Nobbiest,
1\11'1I. George L. Taylor has goue to Juvenile Ball GameA The Swellest,
little ho/ was christened Kenneth
I Cherry Lake to visit her parents. )Jr.I number of boys from which rromTuesday's Daily.
Ram'!auer. At the Methodist Church.
and Mrs. '1..!. Blaloek. Ocala'b basebal reputation must be STRAW HATS
I Maj. L. T. Izlar, has gone to Black- A revival service was begun at the
wrested: within a few year, played a ,
a Mr. T.C. Carter has been vNitiug vine,S. C.,on a professional visit. He game on their diamond in the second Methodist church Sunday morning To be seen

relatives in Lake City for thp t was accompanied by his little grandson which will continue throughout the In Ocala. .
ward S&truday. The teams Cull and feee.
few days.A Sim Izlar Buist who has been week and probably next week. The
who crossed bats on this occasionwere
A Mr. D.A. Clark, of Jlartel, returned visiting: grandparents here for the Captain Whit Palmer's "Sure services Sunday morning and eveningwere THE CHAMBERS SHOE Co.

Monday from a abort visit to White past month.Mr. Shots" and Captain Willis Blount's largely attended and were con I

for the benefit of his health. ducted by the pastor, Rev. L. W. OCALA FLA.
Spring ,
and Mrs. J. A. Harris passed "Invincibles. The game was excit
Moore, who preached two excellent
i Mr. Frank Lyons, of Duuuellou, through Ocala Saturday over the Sea- ing from start to finish and resultedin
sermons. Dr. Moore is a very able
visitor to the city Monday, returning t..Mrd t-u route to their home at Pana- a victory for the "Invincibles" bya
was a preacher and his sermons resell: in -"" "" "" "" '-I
home on the afternoon train. Iotfkt't', where they attended the annual score of 20 to 9. r
great good.
meeting of the Florida Horti- The following are the names of the
Mra. W. D. Graham went down tot An excellent choir led by Mr. d WE .MEAT
cultural Society, which convened in players and their positions:
Baxley, of Georgia, will furnish the
the May
: Tampa Monday to spend tlut.-it)'. Palmer. Position. Blount. To grow strung. Unless w* get
Festival week with friends and relative W. Carmichael c. Paul Gates. music for these special services and ,- goo.\ meat we may M well let '
There will be very doleful times Roy Galloway p. Sam Mathews. will be a special feature of the meeting '
i *. '' ;?:f it alone. There IB no treofthin
nr&t week when the dead are called Whit Palmer 1 b. C. Gates. ,
Mr. J. B. Martin, of Oeklawtha, Robinson 2 b. Geo. Martin. f ''' in tough meat-Instead of firing
f upou to bury their dead. There will Julian Rev. Mr. ::\Iorril. of HawMnsville,
ft wa among our visitors on Mondayand Wiley Burford 3 b. Lawtin Davis m ; it takes strength to dlgut
t indeed be weeping, wailing and Ga., arrived last night and will preach
f make this office a very pleasant Herbert Martin s s. Willie Grace. s;, it. It pays to be careful la
/ gnashing of teeth. Julius Brown 1 f. Rolf Carlise. twice daily during the continuance pf
business call. r buying meat-be sore to get
W. E. Joseph r f. '. .Newsom the meetings.Mr. I
On the 10th of May the democratic Herbert Martin f. a :, the best-tender and chaise
; a Mr*. 5yd R. Whaley and her two c Morril comes to Ocala highly s' C '.
t will speak and their voice Umpire Lawton Bailey.Rollins' Pay a little more If need be and
: to Madison people
little daughters have gone recommended and it is hoped that
!f rnI g put something in ,tematbrnI
should be omnipotent. Every cue
to visit Mrs. Whaley's mother, Mrs. Good Luck. there will be a large attendance of the
t beforehand should make his mindto t which will put flesh on your
F. R. Dickinwn. up Special to Ocala the Banner. services which will be held at 3 o'clockin

abide the result good naturedly. Rollins raised |206,: 5.50 on April the afternoon and at 7:1) in the 4.4 a e" ;' bones and strong blood In y&ar

f Mr. Sam Dell, of Gainesville and There should be no sulking.; 14th in an attempt to raise two hun evening. rt.

i )lr. Arthur Doyle, of Jacksonville, dre<1-tbousand dollars. The collegewill Business Changes.Mr. EDWARDSBROS.Stalls I
The Confederate Veterans met in
at tbeOrnla .
two opt\ular traveling now try to increase the fund to W. E. McGahagin jr. who has 1'
r ,
at I'la.iiJIiiiUIiiiU .
regular session Monday morning m 2 and 4 City ]Market
House. half a million dollars.On << been conducting an extensive grocery
the city hall. Maj. Hubbard was
JohnJ. 26 two crews of college ..55t 5 5 Fa! 5rv5r5rv u r5r N as-
Mr. Thomas Hoopes and Mr. reelected commander! and all theI April business on South Main street below

Ghunu, of West Chester, Pa., are other officers were re-elected with the boys sped rapidly from one part of the market sold out Tuesday to J
prominent guests at the Ocala House. ;I I exception of Adjutant E.T. Williamsvice the lake to another for the first time Messrs. W. W. ( armati & Company, -

F. Towlea, of Boston L. Dozier resigned.Rev. in the eight-oar racing shells. The who will continue the business at the "rnf"rn''r''n''r''n''nr"-'r"nUmmmmn'nr"! ''' ''' ''' ''' '''' ''! 2
r Mr. John flotilla of college rowboats and the same place.

f' president of the Bradley Phosphate ..L. B. Warren left Tuesday for. new boat house were used for the first Messrs. Carman & Company also 5 STARTING EARLY 3....

L Company, whose headquarters are at Atlanta, where he goes to have time. The same day was marked by have a store two doors north of the :-: a of great importance In :I

f Floral City U a guest at the Ocala I his eyes treated by -Dr. Cal- the renaming of a hotel which was market besides engaging in the == "S L : '- acquiring proficiency: In :!

i House. __ houn. From Atlanta Mr. Warren given to the college and a banquet general grocery business are large 5 i piano playing. But don't :!

t On the evening of the 27 of April goes to Nashville to attend which celebrated the raising of the purchasers ot deer tongue, palmettoseed :: r, makethemletakeofthlnklug .
EE "any sort of a piano ;;:;ji
and Uonne Mack were the Baptist convention to be held in fund. '
Will Smith endowmert and other native plants and :: = .== M will do to begin on IT :!
marriage. The ceremony that city. He has received an invitation F. P. EJJSMINGER. ; \
Your need
l united In seeds.Tbe : i\Z S WON'T. child =a

*. wu performed by Rev. H. C. Martin. to hold a meeting at Corel- Ocala Banner wishes this sew < :': :.., -* 1)) as good an instrument A :I
afternoon Miss Lucile
which he will Saturday E can afford to buy, elM
cana, Texas, probably business great prosperity. iii.tl"n _.. *. \ you
Mr. Arthur Masters left Friday. for Standley gave a picnic to which about 5 jj t"; .f t', her ear for music will b.
accept. Another business change is the (
Miami. lie will be absent for some twenty of her gi.il and boy friends fc-fs, t.1) ;j:1:( misguided.

II week and will visit other places on :Mr. D. H. Yancey, of Tampa, has were asked. They went out to Silver change in the management of the g E, !;;r 4T, ..r,l.: g You will oe aa/e Io trusting :!

the before returning home.t been recent visitor to this city and Springs in a big wagon about four Montezuma hotel. Cot V. J. Ship- == ,' \ ;-: :tf; ,'" ..- to expert piano deal:'. :!

east coast the reports that Hillsborough man has taken Mr.. Josephs' lease of == ... .'r6: wita thirty-three yoraexperience. =.I
says o'clock and returned home about ten. '_' : ,.,.... 4 '.._ .. -
of Valdosta, to turn in tbe hotel and has extended the same "..: .', -..- :!
t I Col. W. S. West county is going up any The girls carried lunch and they all -")- ="' '- r.-J Only the best pianos
> owner of tbe Vest mill at Levon other than the Sparkman column on Games for five years. He took charge of the == EI
enjoyed a regular picnic. r and organs.
;\ wu among the many prominent the day of the primary is a mere figment were played and the time was very- hotel Sunday morning. r :!

f vUltow the city Monday. of the imagination. He says CoL Shipman is an experiencedhotel
merrily spent. LDDENI CAMPBElL SMITH CO.
and for several months last E
t\i We use only pure drugs in com- that Hillsborough will be true to her man i a

: t bounding prescriptions, and we don' distinguished son. Mr. Yaneey estimates Mr. and Mrs. George F. Dittmar, of year he conducted the Montezuma

i use the drugs thai are "almost the that the vote throughout the Holder, have returned from a trip toNew hotel. Since leaving here he has \-6 Headquarters,"Jacksonville Fla.

earn thing" as the physician prewrll **. Our rule is never to substir -
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JIll horse went dead and his mule went tame, .A Voter Wants Information.To John P. Galloway for Sheriff. Mass Meeting Tuesday Night
lit lost his cow in a poker <
Then a hurricane came on a rammer dy the Editor of the Ocala Banner. to the Editor of the Ocala Banner. In response to the call for a meeting XHE= $

And :pew the house where he lived away. I started outlat the beginning of the Because he is the most humane man of democratic voters who favor
And an earthquake came when that wa'gone
And swallowed the land the oust stood on. present campaign with the sincere in the field. Because he baa the sending an uninstructed delegation

Then the tax collector he came,round, I purpose of supporting Mr. George G. sheriff's association of the state back tc the national democratic: conventionat [ BEST TONIC
And charged him with the hole\i11 the ground. .
.. Mathews for the legislature, but, can of him. to support bis claims, having St. Louis quite a number of demo-

consistently do so, believing as I do, once been sheriff. He has: nothing crats from Ocala and the county met I

HERE AND THERE that Mr. Taliaferro is fairly; entitled but honor to claim from the voter, at the court house Tuesday night j It increases the appetite, tones up .. *.

election? Judge Richard fJ' stomach, invigorates and strengthi-i, '.< f
to a MeConathy wasmade :
and is the most popular man now
Ir. H. A. Daniel returned home and better Mood for il.r I. 'h
famishes t
I understand that Mr. Mathews is chairman of the meeting and system and purer
running for sheriff. He will deal find .
Saturday from l' few day's visit to building of the run-down constitution. You will .It Ito 1
JickhonvUI. Mr. Otuckion's lieutenant in this with fairness and *'quil justice to all. on assuming' the chair stated the act so promptly and beneficially where the health has if'\-' ? R

county and is active in the support of Will adminstcr the law in a way becoming -,, object of the meeting in a most forceful way, the strength over-taxed by hard work and eM <'tft'aetl 'nt. f

Hon. J. C. B. Kiom-e, of Sumter- his chief.I an American: citizen of 1004, I and pleasant speech.Mr. Those living in the low, marshy sections of the COUftt7' rxps-, t.> .-,

vile, Id spending Sunday with his am just in receipt of a pamphlet a progressive a,;e. A time when civ- James M. Birco wad requestedto miasmatic poisons and breathing the impure air 'ln..' ,-.t 1

wife and pools and till their c ato.,0 We, A.*. e, j.jJ ,
sou. 1 I t from Mr. Stockton .entitled, "Plain lizuiou: requires a man of c jol judg- act as secretary and also addressedthe swamps S.S.8.toagood.a.slam eMPlaria !
1 systems are filled wit: ma- Genttameni
Facts," in which he is sayiu all ment and caIrn nerve, and who will meeting in a manner to meet it in the lionse all Ue wfcJe 1a.. ? .. ,.?,,
Mrs. \V. X. and their health under- .
Camp will leave in a I I tonic to Jiv8 Btna th w the pets 6Ad l- >* t.
manner of evil things against Senator with applause.The It .ppetite and ..-".,' *-4
couplsof weeks for Europe. She be the people's: friend who elect him. mined, will find S. S. S. a all tile O"g'ana. Irv .
goes makes one feel better In every way. I have > *ai!
I i I Taliaferro and nis supporters. following resolution was sub most excellent tonic and its .
for the of her In other words, will know his supporters it also an ezcelltnt blood p\lrUlar. vt MOD u* i
purpose accompanying ...
In this book Mr. Stockton that mitted and after enthusiastic speeches timely use has many time was troubled with an ithinr .JEts erupu..u
says He who
afterwards. is .
daughter, Miss Lucy Camp, who is at a man the serious cornthe face and I tried p el&litt ad m* rr*.e.
evil influences are being employed to has in his lieU, and but from Hon. R. A. Barford and J. G. prevented dies t, riaCUr but 3.3.8. Utk Mir Bdictaplications .
school in Germany, home. Mrs. : that so often thatsasm-jdtorH v'. I am Bewaoawra'.vftiT; F
corrupt the voter and broadly insinuates few equals out of it-for sheriff. Vote Reardon, of Ocala, Hon. D. H. result from malaria free of this eruptioa. think a great '# lofV>nr
Camp will remain abroad about two medicine,believing to b.the Iwt Woo-t pans rand i
months : that those who vote for Mr. for J. P. Galloway and jou will honor Irvin, of Orange Lake, and Hon. H. Good blood good appetite tonic known to the world to-
Taliaferro have been reached by improper Marion county in ISO doing, and yourself W. Long, of Martel, was unanimously and good digestion are 1380 E. Seventh st. MRS. FRANK HOKNBE

Mr. George L. Van Eehop, ot Char- influences. He says that the by placing a responsible man adopted. the foundation stones of

lotte N. C., is in the city for a few good health. S. S. S. supplies Fa. Jaa ,
legislature that elected Mr. Tahaferro in The following is the resolution: Altoon. JO, IM8
responsible position.TAX
I all these, containing i han always been *..n. to fflviav* tattma
days calling on the merchants in the was debauched and corrupted, that PAYER, WHEREAS, we believe that the as it does ingredients for nial, and only do .o now because of a desire topurification
I T .1 h e.f have others benefited by the HM of yaar meet
interest of the Charlotte Pants Co., eighty-five per cent of all the newspapers Interested in Marion Co's. interests: political situation in this country the of the blood excellent mdiein Before using 8. 8,8, tat*

for which he. travels. Mr. Van in Florida have been corrupted. presents the important question of and also well-known.tonic troubled sprinul very with much Dyspepsia felt the and zx*.Con d of ft Up taste uoBt: WM sad f tproperties

numberless friends here RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHYBY making it the bad condition. The of t
r Echop'a are i whether we as a nation shall pursue a i my blood was In u. teas
ideal remedy in cases where specific has driven away all I*""""* of br.
alwa fe delighted to welcome him to What I want to know is, does Mr. THE KING'S DAUGHTERS course of conservative government pepsia, .enrlCibeli weld *!,
gain i
the blood has deteriorated,
and caused ma to 20 pounds la M
hU old home. I Mathews endorse these evil things under the constitution and law, do- the stomach disordered and that I feet In better physical eonditl.a this I
In view of the fact that Mrs. W. C. have in yean. Inmyjud m. th.re Is no bettor
that Mr. Stockton charges against his ing exact justice to our people of all appetite has tailed. tonic and blood purifier on the market thin yoar
Col. W. N. Camp, who hats: been on Lindsay is president of the King's S. S. S. being a purely preparation, and I unbe ttatln,ly r* fellow citizens conditions
to-wit: Does he believe and respecting the rightsof
a bualuebS: visit to Virginia returned 1 J I Daughters of Ocala, and her home thePresbyterian vegetable compound,leaves as such. A. L. JriSuZS
that eighty-five per cent of the {I all other nations, or, whether we
borne Saturday afternoon. He was C j I I manse, was devastated by no bad after-effects, like the strong potash and mineral remedies, which
home his newspapers of Florida, your paper included -] fire, at a_late meeting ot this body it shall be governed by an executive are bad on the stomach and nerves.: A course of S. S. S. now will
accompanied by daughter,
are edited by corrupt men? I I r was unanimously resolved to extendto whose will is to be the "supreme law fortify the system, and the impurities that have accumulated through

Miss Sallie Camp, who has been attending Tnat the legislators of Florida are :J her the heartfelt sympathy of the of the land." the long winter months are more readily and promptly thrown oflfiad

Hollius College title will be members for the material loss that the warm weather finds you in good physical condition instead of
men easily reached through corrupt- With this condition confronting us,
at home for the summer vacation. j' overtook her, and her household. weak, run-down, tired and debilitated, with no appetite or energy, si
ing influences? That the the people can alone look for
public sentiment Signed; Sirs. W. K. Zewadski, :Mrs.S. protec- is apt to be the case where the system is neglected and nature left to

The society of the United Americans of Florida is being corrupted by A. Standley, Mrs. H. C. Groves, Mrs. tion to the party whose administration take care of herself. If you need a tonic and appetizer, you will

Is one of the best known societiesin the wrongful use of money? And 1! N. L Gottlieb, Mrs. T. H. Wallis and of our federal government, when find S. S. S. the best. :Medical advice without charge to all who write oi

this state that bag a colored branch that those who vote for Mr. Taliaferro Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, vice presidents of in power, was marked by observanceof about their case. rof SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, &L

and Rev. J. W. Weston is representing have been induced to do sc through the King's Daughters. law, prosperity, happiness and the
Ocala, April 30, 1901.
the same in this city. Its motto iU i corrupting influences? And it Mr. I I respect of all the world.

: 'fraternity, unity and protection." Mathews believes with his chief, how !i I We, therefore, deem it all essential HUBBARD &
The society is offering a prize to the does he expect those who vote for Mr. that the selection of th! standard

agent who forwards the largest number Taliaferro to vote! for him. Mr. B. H. Sands! superintendent of bearers of the democratic party by -

+ ot applications. : during the month Will :\Matbews explain? the Ocala Telephone Company until the St. Louis convention :should: be FOR
I [ f
of May and the Oeala representative I VOTER. May 1, will not leave Oeala as contemplated made after fall conference between

wants his friends to help him win I I I but will remain here and the delegates from all the states, and AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
Hon. J. X. has
carried on a most I
this distinction. It will be to their that has a right to a voice in
engage in the business of keeping
vigorous and sinuous
interest inform themselves of the campaign this conference, which it cannot have sanrt. ssixm
nature of thia society and put them against the TimeIJ-Union, yet at last electrical supply goods. fully if the delegates go instructed.We 1 C=i--I 1 -9'N. I "f I 4r t ea

lvt'8In the way to revive its benefits. accounts the paper was not ann bihtt'd. This shows the growing importanceof therefore, recommend to our r l J J v. '

Consult Rev. Weston: ( and rind out Indeed, J. N. C. himself, Ocala when it fan sustain a business brethren throughout this congressional -r-r-(- -111S'. I [ 1 I' f l,. I t t
f -'+---v-- -t.- -- y tX.
while! he hammers it in public readsit of this character. I I .I 'OJ!!!: I' I'
atom it.FoL district to vote for the uninstructed 1'.1, .,. .. I
/_ ___. in private and until : r. r I f.- S\ ---
glancing over J Lateron Mr. 8ands' brother Mr. s
candidates :
', delegates, to-wit; T. :.=Z.r-----: 1. r t i -
> : Ji1P I. its pies cannot enjoy a good night'sslumber. I Frank Sands, will return and enter J. Appleyard, W. J. Hillman and _, .I .. ..L Tht1-tI-I I av
C,, fro &3 Iln UptOD1a --r- b'
.i into co-partnership with him. Claude_L'Enjtl, fur the state at large, ::=- ::=-Ti=f' .
L __ .. ......._. .. .....'. ..' .. -...-'-. .' .
.rr.r.S and W. K. Fuller and A. P. Jordan, 1--- =...:. ;:.; .w.:.""----......-_-'--- -..:::: \. .,
-:............... ............... from the first district, trusting tot p.t.'u.1r::.carofa..yi ti;!. : Special 3ty.ui."re.pat flex.J1erk'" Crf'-"IC jwfayctai

thei judgment; select the best men.
The local and tue Tiuies- .r' J,. ,.r I :r'r.4, trc r.... !1.1'h.j, .- rule steel wires, heaviiy: ":61'13Dl: :

papers :r Pli 1 tG. .... -S lor cxpanSl0Iand contraction. Is practically tv<-r

Union were requested to publish the 1!::.:>:in", "'I?vf-r goes wrong, no 113ter.how great a strain if put on it

RooMsiHOUSEI proceedings of this meeting.The ] / :-."-, .::.it. .u..:Ilatc, but docs, efjcienriy, turn aUk, horses, hogs

speeches were very enthusiastic .l1 :J::;

and were liberally applauded.

e AND BARREL Wants to Know Where They Are "At." I IY the! manufacturers and by us. Call and see it Can show you how

I Ocala, Fla., May iud, 1904. .; '-:lll save you money aid fence your fields so they will stay fenced.

To Messrs.John B. Floyd, Ceo Mathews. Ed.
Wartman and Carlos Sistrunk candidates for Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Econoy Corn SWer ,

: AGENCY FOR THE ANnEUSER-BUSH BBEfflNG ASSOCIATION'S PRODUCTS. : House GENTLEMEN of Representations.;-As: one of the most Paints, Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc

We keep constantly on hand a big supply of important issues before the people in Hubbard & Macduff Ocala, Fla.
your campaign, i h "fence or no fence,"
? : the choicest Whiskies to be had in will ----- 1.ee.
. case goods : you please clearly define your

(bottled by the distillers), among which are position on the question Make your ....-_.. .. 8eeeS.Gee_ _.

statement through the Oats Banner

I Mount Vernon, : and the Evening Star in the next : fill Goods Delivered free. Write for Price Usr. :

I Pickwick Club, issues so the voters Marion: couuty .

x"\ LOOK FOR may know exactly how you stand -
Cascade .
I \frs THE SEAL before they go to the polls on May the .

Paul Jones, : .
v 10th.We .,, .
i Sobel Lincoln county, would like to see a draft of a .
1 bill> you would present, as the wording S .
F Green River, I) .
of a bill makes a great deal of S

Lewis' 6G, .. difference m a law. S :''i'' yjR OLD PlI: .

I. Diploma, Etc.. .. Come gentlemen, one and all, speak ,\ 1
out at once. The time is short but > ,
:: l all of which are high grade Rye Whiskies and .
:: .
we wish to know the men and measures .

well known bran ls. we are voting for. tS

I i'1'! .. No evasion will satisfy us. .

The moat honest and frank men .

s will carry the day, if their views suit I
j Cooper
j lJ, Valley Corn Whiskey, .
. : c the people.
North Carolina Corn Whiskey, I Yours very respectfully, .

r VOX POPULI.A selrrilie .
Georgia Corn Whiskey.Port .
- : : ., Wine, Sherry Wine, Scuppernong\Vine;; : .
-, Catawba Wine Whereas. The Rev. Dr. Wharton, .
Blackberry Wine. Ten Year
evangelist generously offered to give 2 '

' : i Old Blackberry Wine 1.25 per Gallon. noted lecture on "Jerusalem" free for :
Old Foneit Corn $2 00. Old I
We want your:trade and will do anything within the bounds of reason and jus- : the benefit of Rev. W. C. Lindsay pas Corn $2.50. "Barbea" Rye $4.00.Miller Rye Apple$1.50 Cut. Jfutntalp Peaelt 1 \9 agy :
tor of the Presbyterian church of Ocala, $2.00 to $4.00. Kentucky Pride llrantlle.
-: tice to secure it, and after we have once served you we have no fear of the future who recently suffered great loss by Send: Postofflce or Express Money Orderfc. 4 x R7, Jp. fit

fire, it is .
as we propose to give you just what you order and the best .
very goods that can be
Resolved That the King's Daughtersof I

: obtained for the money anywhere. We make out of town shipments promptly on : the Ocala beloved. of which president body"hereby Mrs. Lindsayis fender I i BOWEN & COMPA"Y. i

the same day as received, and by return train where possible.
their sincere and unfeigned thanks to
140 E. BAY ST.
W Address all orders, S Rev. Wharton for his generous kind- : ON\"JLLE.I'LA. I
ness and Christian fellowship. ...

Signed: Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Mrs.S. .

.S OCALA HOUSE WINE ROOMS I A. Standley, Mrs. H. C. Groves, Mrs. :.... ......_-..,. __ = iL If.
N. L Gottlieb, Mrs. T. H. WaIITS""andMrs.

-:: C. L. Bittinger, vice presidents WORMs1W13YHLTE'S!' .

20 The Jug Trade a Specialty. Ocala Florida. King's Daughters.

.: Ocala, Fla.. April 30, 1904. .....
I( For 20 Years Mas Led
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Y 'Ves Xidnevs and Bladder Rf"- I f .ALLARD s.
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( SW EL121BITH Marion the Front. She win Closing of the Local Campaign THE PURSUIT AND THE POSSESSION
t EASBIS. Local Editor County to I I
Furnish the Next Governor. Our local campaign speakers will fit q
[: his addres the people of this city tonight In years gone by tbis paper fought ,
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. "There not been a governoi I I most strenuously for the establish SoLE AGENTS,

from Marion county since the war,'" at,the court house. This will sloe< Ocala. Florida.
ment of a railroad commission. It .
Mr*. L J. Luwmis is vifcltiug hei r remarked an old timer yesterday"bu the local itinerary. t
[ I strenuously for the L
fought just as
1': daughter, Mw. J. H. Douglass allaala. it looks as though she would at last be These gentlemen have made a tour
creation of inter-state commerce _
honored. When she entered C. M of the county and have everywhere
t ___ commission; its voice was heard,
Mr. Richard Brown in the race she put forth one been greeted with interested aadi -
Hall went. to. Tampa like that of a roaring lion, for the
of her best citizens, a man of proven encea and have been given bountifu
I Wednesday He will be absent ser .. enactment of an antitrust law; an d, y
frat daf"i honesty and ability whose spotless dinners. i0..
( notwith- 0
Mr. Barrs to the
record and character has stood the We hope that in the capital city of- contrary I '
Mr*. W. S. Pike has gone to East standing, it claims the honor of first 1- -
test of time. A man devoid of selfishness the county thai they will receive nt t
Point, (la., to spend the summer wilt) advocating the primary system of
beloved less enthusiastic greeting.
who, when he heard his V
her MO,Mr. Eugene Cox.
election. It
Before the speaking, begins the
countyite Gen. Robt. Bullock thought c'H ,
While fighting along these lines it
Mrs. H. A. Alford of Port Inglis of making the race for the office for: Marion Concert Band will give a con
dreamed pleasant dreams of when
si)tot Wennebday in Ocala, the guest which he he had announced, promptly cert after which everybody, and '

of MU Mary Apperson. withdrew his name until be was especially the ladie-, are invited tc these things became realities; became
I rivited facts in our statute laws and
assured his old friend would not be a hear our local Daniel Websters and I
Mrs. L. J. Knight will to hei creed the would
go up candidate.The Henry Clays present their claims tor.. in our party country

old home at Gainesville this afternoon be the people and
happy, prosperous
people all over the state have the various offices to which they I ..
to spend several weeks. the democratic party united and in
recogalzed his sterling worth and il aspire. Ii.,,

( Special Sale ut the Bazaar he ia uqt nominated in the first pri A Wonderful Invention.It power. I
But, what is tbe rude awakening? and scientific principle Tile pecuk.r
construc'ed new
Store. Our line of ladies' and lead the ticket is note that fortunes j THE BARRETT upon than
p mary, will certainly interesting to construction forces the heat to go complete around the oven get

t- IUCII'M furnishings complete. Old Marion is proud of her candidate are frequently made by the invention We find more glory in the antici- ting we the invite benefit prospective of all the heat purchaser before to it come goes np in and the chimney.let us explain It mast merits be seeD to be appreciatedand

articles of miner impor pation than in the actually. The .
Mr Li. Williams and baby, for governor and will support him
tance. Many of the most dopular happiness is in the pursuit, not i n the .
Marie returned home almost to a man. Mark this prediction
devices are those designated to benefit .

afternoon from a few week's visit!: tot C. M.Brown will be nominated the people and meet popular conditions possession.We Special Sale Sewing Machines.We .
find that those who opposed the
relatives Umalilla. for governor of Florida on May 10. and one of the most interesting
the state and the
Tampa Tribune. of these that has ever been inventedis have large number of Sewing Machine* that have been

tJ Mr. C H. Breedlove, of Plant City,, the Dr. White Electric Comb, patented inter-state railroad commissions have used-some but little-that we Will clone out at liarguin I'rlce*.

with the Southern Express Company Band Concert Tonight. Jan. 1, '99. These wonderful been elevated to seats of power, and Tnese machines have been thoroughly overhauled by ex
perienced workmen and all worn parts replaced and made a*
Please bear in ,mind that the combs positively cure dandruff, hair the itself has not brought
system U tried and
I and formerly OeaUacentfor, the corn good as new for service. Each machine adjusted, ,
is in the city for a few days. Marion Concert Baud will open the falling out, sick and nervous headaches the blessings we so ardently antici- guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves! our store. Cau
and when used with Dr. be seen and tried, it desired.
the concert season tonight with an White's Electric Hair Brush are positively pated. We will sell these machiac v ry low for cL ib. Price run

dick headaches result from a disordered open air concert in the band stand guaranteed to make straight The shippers are still unsatisfied from $1.00 to $12 00, and each is a bargain at the price.
stomach and is quickly cured We are agents for the celebrated "Xew Home"and "WheelerS
by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver opposite the Ocala House. Everybody hair curly in 25 day's time. Thous and unhappy. ; Wilson" sewing Machines-with or without hnlton-hole at

is cordially invited to come out adds of these electric combs have We confess it in shame that all tachment.
Tablet For sale
by Anti-monopoly been sold in various states of the Graphophones and records." .4. Graphophone and 0 llecord*
F r Drug Store m and enjoy the music. These concertsare Union and the: demand is constantly interior cities are forced to pay tributeto for S .00. Furniture and llou%e Furnishing Good at

always delightful events and tbe a few seaport cities and it is almosta "SJIlTJI'S. Special attention to mail orders .
; The Ocala. Juniors will go to Belle- increasing. Our agents are rapidlybecoming
people of our city will be treated to rich selling these combs. matter of impossibility to build a
t view to play a game of ball with the Ocala Furniture Company
them every Friday night by this They positively sell on sight. Send city in the interior on account of
nine of that place cUturday. .Mr.r' -
size 35e. ladies y
popular band.Remember. for ampleIen's freight discriminations.
Kred Voflt will accompany the team 50.. (halt price while we are introducing J. H. TAYLOKOCeUfl
J F. M.
tbe opening COUl'ortbegins We find that in the revised statutes
t.l and act as their captain. them.) The Dr. White Elec-

< 4 at eight o'clock tonight. tric Comb Co., Decatur, Ill. 56tf. of the United States a strong antitrust ICE S PACKING COMPANY.We r

Mr*. W. T. Cole l and her son, Mr. law, and we find the same upheld .

Cole left for Latta Warning. We had fraternal call* Wednesday .
Royal yesterday
court-our highest
You cannot have good health unless from Hon. Johu B. Floyd, candidate by supreme beg to announce to the people of Ocala
8)uth Carolina, htvio;; received a tribunal but if one half
sound for the kidneys judicial -
your kidneys: are ,
for the legislature Mr. D.R. Zetrouer, and surrounding country that we are now'early
1 telegram that Mr* Cole's father, Mr. filter the blood of impurities that H printed in our great daily

E. C. Hatchell, I U critically ill. which otherwise act as irritating poi- CHiidid ate for superintendent of public newspapers is to be believed, the to furnish them with ice. Wehave new

s bOn and break down the delicate organs instruction; Messrs. Henry Gordon modern machinery and efficient men and will
evil is much in evidence as
. trust as
1r Mr. Walter Hawkins, of Jacksonville of tbe body and cause serious bud Allan Rodgers, candidates for
of the
be able to fulfill the requirements
j Florida passenger agent for the trout>lp. If you hive kidney or bladder sheriff. All these gemleiueu have ever.
.t Central of Georgia railway, formerly trouble and do not use Foley's made: a thorough canvass of the couu- The primary system is on trial and promptly and satisfactorily and solicit a share

Kidney Cure you will have only yourself its beneficence is being severely
well known citizen of Ocala of
a was patronage.
4 to blame for results, as it positively ty and can .look hack in after years tested.Waurofri.0.

I a buftlnesa visitor here Wednesday.Mr. cures all forma of kidney and with pride and a clean conscience at fn confess that if. thesame WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGOX. 1

bladder diseas.s. Postoffice Drug the methods; they pursued. iu I .
Karl Weihe came down yestei Store. m I ethics i were vogue now thai .

day from Jacksonville to spend a fe\ Exposure.To I prevailed even since our recollection

a days with his parents Mr. and Mr:. After Blind Tigers. cold draughts of !air to keen and I the "field of honor" would be strewn MISSING WORD CONTEST. J JI
United States Marshal Hri. of
Deputy cutting wind, sudden changes :
F. fl. B. Weihe. Karl is a tine musi with the dead and the dying. Then
c. ;". Chambers returned from Gainesville temperature, scauty clothing, uodui !
ciau and will play in the band cotsett than Offered For
i ytsterday bringing two prisoners exposure of throat and neck afte would already have been more a I 1ATJ PRIZES I

tonight. public speaking! and singing bring oi dozen dude fought -1-
EJ Johnson and Heruy Me Millar The Correct Solution
coughs and colds. Ballard's Hore The abuse, the villification, the 1(
AXTED.-AEeuts: hustlers, salesmen (both colored) for violating sectioi the
and everybody who want; Syrup cure. bare faced fabrications, the depths to
clerks 3242 of the revised statutes.It MrA.. Barr, Houston, T:;:xas: I
to enjoy a good hearty laugh to send which some of the candidates and 'I Tropical[ Manufacturing Co. manufacturers -
t seems that tbee two men have writes, Jan. 13. 19q':: "One bottle oRallard's ,
5 Horehound Syrup cured me some I' villpay
to person! who sells goods fur a living been operating a blind tiger on au extensive and of fhe great health drink, \
of a very, bad cough. It is very are absolutely humiliating

t- It Dot satisfactory your money back scale in Gainesville. pleasant to take." Z c. 50.. $l.OO. nauseating. all prizes. The contest open to all.
Circular tor ..t Wl. Dr. White Electric -
f Whooping Cough.In Antimonopoly Drug Store.: m What is to do?
Comb Co., Decatur. Ill. 56.tf a good man It's free to You.

f --.-. the spring of 1901 my children Dr. Dawson, of the veterinary What is to be done to purify our
t )I** r'. Clarence and Jack Camp had whooping cough," says .Mrs. D department of the University of politics, to bring prosperity and contentment -
t members of the Deal \V. Capps of Capps, Ala. '1 used FIRST PRIZE.
prominent Df and tranquility
Chamberlain's: Cough Remedy with Florida, was in Ocala yesterday. to the people r y

, k. tiua Club went do'ii to Tamp yes the most satisfactory. results. I thine Dawson has been very successful ii to the nation? foe first one seizing ii) tlje)' correct answer we will give a

rday. They will engage in the gui this: is the best remedy I have ever his efforts in stamping out certait The trouble of it all is,.it seems bus beautiful life size picture iQ) gilt frame eititied) kpurity."
club tournament today. This for whoopiug cou h." This:
seen diseases among horses! and cattle iu : is our having too many patriotic
attractions or remedy keeps the cough loose, lessens: This picture is symbolical of Metto the great health drink wbfch beat4w
of the leading ?
bo one this state and his services have beer office seekers of small calibre and the harmful drugs.To .
of the ill and contains no dope or
f Festival week and this paper hopes the severity an1 frequency most valuable.! too ea and flippant encouragementgiven the next 5,. . . . . "f1.ohath.
will ul" coughing spells and counteracts any : y u" .. .. ......?......1 quart Mettoe.eh.
that the Me*'w. Camp carry tendency towards pneumonia. For to their aspirations.We u.. 20. . . . 1-2 pint M Uo e tb.

t the honors.SotuMhing. sale by Antimonopoly Drug Store m Yes! It will pay you to look think it may be stated as a fad U H U X0..1 MeHo ticket ea h. _
through our stock 3011

linedlOIIe Circuit Court News. crockery china, rocking- that these little patriotic office seekers r ::
r new: White buy dis It's.................You
and dalrypang hamware yellowware., tin are the "Ramsey Sniffles" of our
milk The second day of the circuit court # ...............It Ale.Xa .....
at the llauitar Store. consumed almost entirely in ware, glassware, toilet sets,, content. People .........Know a Good......When They "

I' was lamps etc. The Ocala Bazaar Users of .,......In. ., .Good............Summer........-
Mta Carroll, Boston, Mas*., wht hearing the civil case of J. A. Pitt-* A Sure Thine.

has been spending the winter h man against E. C. Smith. The jury Mr. W. T. Wheeler went down tc It is said that nothing is sure except Cut out ont this coupon fill me........._._....... .........

Orlando will arrive in Ocala today te rendered a verdict in favor: of the Tampa yesterday to attend the lay death and taxes,but that is not alto in the blank space,tbe wholeto

r Miss plain tht Festival ball at the Tampa By hotel gether true.Dr.. Kings Sew Discovery makean appropriate Metto sen- ...... ..._... . .. . ,. .. ...
the Rectory. advertising 11'.0.
f't'l.1d a week at tentence i
( ( of The grand jury returned several tonight. While in Tampa he will for consumption is a sure cure for and mail to theTropical j
Carroll was formerly the principal ; all throat and lung troubles. Thous Co. I I! County .. ... .State.. ........--
bill of which were for be the guest ot his friend, Mr. James Mfg. .
and true some
Orlando -
the Feil-Clark school at ands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. Jacksonville, Florida i

Ulna Mary Little was one of hetpupil's aggregated offenses.A McKay. Vah Metre of Sheperdstown, W. Va.,, V B '" received let the prizes. tfefl4l tayour
101 correct
r institution. ValmoreIzlar and Morris SID ith's says "I had a severe case of bronchi Remember the
at that Card or Thanks. answers at once to the.
tis and for a year tried everything I
-- baseball teams played a game yesterday
Mw Mamie Howse-Stovall:) and hei Mrs. Chas. Thomas and family, of afternoon on the old diamond. heard of, but got no relief. One bottleof TROPICAL fipUFACTUIpG COMP HY.

who have been Pine take this means to extend their Dr. King's New Discovery then .r
two bright children, The was 10 to 5 in favor of the
score It's infalliblefor Flo.
o NestL heartfelt thanks to their neighborsand cured me absolutely. Moavll
k pending the past t. friends for their many kindnesses latter team. croup, whooping cough, grip pneu- 14 W. fldanjs) St. -

York City and monia and consumption. Try it. It's
to Ocala yesterday afternoon during the illness and after the deathof Mr. Stroble, of the Clyde Line, a guaranteed by Tying & Co. m

and are with Mrs.! Stovali's motner, their husband and father. Their former resident of Lafce county was Trial bottle free. Reg. sizes 53e. Sl.OO. CUIGRACE. HI

on Oeklawaha goodness will never be forgotten. in the city Wednesday and says that
Mr. Frances Howse, Seed Velvet Beans For Sale.
Their Ocala friends are Made Young Again. Taliaferro is a winner all along the Successor to Central Lumotr Co. r
avenue. Those desiring fine velvet beans for

delighted lo welcome them back "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills line. planting purposes will do well to call Dealer In

modest each night for two weeks has put me Mr. R. T. Adams returned yeter- at J. A. Pooser's store at once. One Rouah and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Floonn&Ceiling, .

One of the greaest blessings a in my "teens' again" writes D. H. day afternoon from a trip to Jacksonville hundred bushels will be sold at $:!.2-5 b Lathe Shingles and Brick.
man can wish for ia a good, reliable I Turner of Dempaytown, Pa. They J bushels. and Siding, of
the and Gainesville. per Manufacturer
wt of bowel. It you are not are the best in the world for liver, S. R. PYLES. Columns Door and
such an outfit you and bowels. Turned Ballusters Casings, Newels, ,
ot stomach Purely vege ,
happy possessor Mr.Tom Harris wtnt to Jacksonville
of Seats Pulpits Scjoo1I
1-:' greatlyimprove the efficiency table. Never gripe. Only 25c. at Sheaf Oats Wanted. Window Frames, Mantels Church ,
can to spend a few days. 4
those you have by the judicious use Tydings &: Co. m yesterday Will buy 10,000 pounds of oats in I Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantlyeceiving : :

of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver take FOR SALE CHEAF Two one-horse Graiiitware, glassware, tin bundle at market price.PuswrTo Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities! and .

Tablets They are pleasant For to sale by thimble skein wagons; new. ware and all kinds of house PARK FARM, sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly.

and agreeable in effect. 562t* 8. G,MORGAN. furnishings at the Bazaar. Ocala, Fla. .

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Attention Democrats :........................

lt. Hon. John N. C. Stockton candidate
There are four candidates for gov- FO*SHSEirr-I hereby aiwMoc my..u t.. ,
FSANS BAUIS, Editor.F. : for the United States senate has dilate for the ofice of.hrt*'.1 Miry* .
ernor before the approaching primary, subject to the action ot UM _mom-u.
7. Leaye:goo! Easiness lda P"w1
issued the democratic electorsof
-- viz: Broward, Brown, Davis and just to If aommatai and *i.
Florida a & -page booklet, which, the duties of said et6ce to tlw be*1)( .r aMteHKNftYi.onDQ '

May Send Florida's National Democratic *.
if read, it seems to us ought to defeat Delegation to ..
The fight is made only on Davis- -- -

him for the place to which he aspire FOR a P-RIMU'rATI\1l
Convention at St. Louis.
he is the under doe. All manner of .
He starts out with saying that the To tktffer [)r.ofIf'ttllcIIIIr.e '" .III..", ... "......
evil things are being said against him. UNINSTRUCTED.Everything iAs

.. Ocala Banner has recently been con- I hereby..ISM..,..,.... .4Ua4. 4 sktrgislature
If elected governor of Florida his opponents
I verted to the trust idea and is a corporation points to this as a democratic year. Roosevelt, who ha been from lUriowdemocratk peers, 1.Aacry tot lilt
for the nomination say he will termed "the man whom everyoody is for and nobody wants," is a weak primary. sagolt the -.?..n .f
and to the end ....... .
newspaper, national democratic *
of the !
steal all the public lands belonging to candidate. The signs of the times point to the nominee my
of the last page deals in statements so democratic convention a* the next president of the United States .1"flI Ng
,. the state and turn them over to the It is important to the democracy of a small state like Florida that It -- --- -

railroads and other corporations. It wild, unwarranted and unblushing should be on cordial terms and have some influence with the national ad. FOR Swwuwlcandidacy rttaeMlr anrrinct tN

to give color t MOTTO: THE BANNEI. BELIEVING 13 said that Jlr. Davis will flaunt his Florida should send St. Louis instructed to vote for a ,
mind is diseased.Mr. a deletion 10 discharge the cWWl ti tto.A. t.thtrty ,..
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO fingers in the face of the people and certain candidate "first, last and all time," all hope of est hliz1hln such partully...*", wry ba...f ajr __lit*
Stockton says: That eighty relations would be lost; it would he possible for Florida to be in the absurd J I f..
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS will bow and and be subservient swaaa
who had long
if not rediculous, attitude for voting repeatedly fora candidate
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES five per cent of the newspapers of --
to corporations and other evil been eliminated from the coniest. FOR SrWtitrstoeteT.p Mian ..' Pvaac

WITH THE COlON PEOPLE, Florida have been subsidized, debauched Florida shouM: send a delegation to St. Louis UNINSTRUCTED If'svinll'the IssUt'CTIC-TltNqia tit. ....... 01 flit
influences.So delegates frt'eto cast Florid for the who is BEST: FOR THE
vote man
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FORTH prostituted-bought with Banner I ask the srjtMsat of Iht atdew II

$ BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE many evil things, indeed, have NATION BEST FOR DEMOCRACY BEST FOR FLORIDA DEMOCRACY Marion county lee tlM B.n...... a d0 wf

that in Standard Oil money. BEST FOR DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS. natrn been said about Mr. Davis &up ek
BOTTOM.- The democracy of Florida should ha represented in the national demo
lit like manner he says that the who / .H aN r( r..tlrred
I cratic convention derascrats UNPLEDGED and INSTRUCTED,
he to by
his speech at Leesburg appealed I shall make every e*.rt M tit IMTnJi
legislature, that elected Mr. Taliaferro can sacrifice if necessary, their personal choice and vote for that democrat
.. .,. .... .
FRIDAY, MAY 6 U 4. : the ladies to put their diamonds whom the hour produce.The along all lta \'
was corrupted and that the corporations i w. 6. CAi$.
< and other jewelry under lock and key; following named are the UNPLEDGED, UNINSTRUCTEDtandidatea ---

There seems to be a scramble for to the men, to lock their stable doors require specific pledges from for delegates. Foa Tax Asiaseoa-Bt1! >f tkt I heN

seats on the Taliaferro band wagon. those they support and are never For State at Large. fined the office of Ta a AMeMoct* MM nNafe,
and to the city officials to place a I two of mOIl people sat kMt f that i tan

x; The Taliaferro band wagon is get policeman to guard the bank for they II I fooled. T.VOTE J. APPLEYARD.W. FOR THREE. BOW qualified aad e iup pe4" tie MM vwfc It

ting crowded. I He says,that Senator Taliaferro has J. HILLMAN. well. any one I ft.pccUIIU wk tM.*ep1 tI
had a dangerous man in their midst for .. .
Marion aunty a re-a iMttM m IM i.tk
in each of the CLAUDE
The Parker boom seems to have and he did not want to be subjectedto paid representatives of May. AtBio Area

forty five counties traveling on free From Congressional Districts. "-
had 1U day.
temptation.The VOTE FOR TWO FROM DISTRICT YOU ARE IS. Foa THE Lt&utATi'at-I watt t* repetspr
truth is, however, that Mr. passes to find out the names of voters First. Second. Third.W. Marion county in the neat .Ityiss.t.r. nee M

The ticket is about three feet long who can be corrupted and to ascertain R. FULLER. N. D. BATCHELDER. F. 0. RES HA'V. that end solicit rote .4 ttt dS.....nrtar slb-

and will be to Davis has been in public life for a A. P. JORDAN. D. L. GAULDEN. C. L. WILSON. lens at the com ing prtmarW
a puzzler many voters.It the different in which to
long time and has never been knownto ways 1.w. t. h. ftL

looks like the Ocala Banner's do a single official act that has corruptly influence public sentiment I FOK COLLECTOB a.sass mfr teat/Naty

That Senator Taliaferro is spending that every newspaper.that happens to for the office of Ui eatle *r feH w.....
ticket is going to be a winner all brought the blush of shame to his I I s4
more money to secure his return to differ with them i* "subsidized?" SCOTT'SeMULSION subject to the actta *f the if uwree. Mrq..

along the line. con titutents. do the primary to be heW May
Why they falsely clain that Senator it.K.
the senate than his salary would
Counsel for the Southern railroad .. C..t
Yes. We confer that it does Taliaferro has at-: cured an appropriation --- ----- -
appear amount to in forty and that ..
years, .
when elected to he immedi FOR TUBmy LaGI.louvaa-1 hsrfbr ... ...
just a little suggestive: Hearstfor congress this money is lavishly furnished by for Miami for the benefit of candidacy Jar me.V.r e/ taw ls..tddast

Graves for vice ately gave up the position and in his Mr. Flagler's road only? Any fool from Marion countyj:whj.**|*tM steal ot tk*
president; -presl. Mr. Henry M, Flagler because Mr.
democratic 1M heM .
public speeches emphatically declared primtry t* May ;
knows that the U. S.
dent. Taliaferro (whom he says has no government can G_ O Mtriuw*.
that if it can be shown that he has Scott's Emulsion is the ---.

Hearst "gathered in the sheaves" been guilty of a questionable act or influence) got the United States government not and will not make any appropriation i..eans; of life and of the enjoyment FOB Tax AiaKMOBThe*.f lh..4.e
right from under Carter Harrison'snose to dig a private ditch on on any ot its waters for any thousands of Mathews throughout the errq. rssg.tasq
has: been in auy way unfaithful to his use and that the waters of life of hu worth and ahill,. hetehy ..... ilia
private are
in Chicago. The Hearst boomno party'or to the people of Florida he Mr. Flagler's property.We m':n. women and children.To name to thedemocratk"tt(.f*ss Mans.sasrsy

longer looks like a bubble. do not believe any candidate free to everybody for navigation.Can the Scott's Emul- for the nominatioQ fer tai ssees.er t. s... M

will at once retire from the race. men be trusted who will thus men proachiag primary tined,..
for any office ever before got his con : the flesh and Mast ....
K-U: gives
If straws show which way the wind Mr. Davis is one of most genial, make false charges? If they are try- --

and sweetest of sent to issue to the voters stuff'so trength so necessary for the FOB COTSTT 100l-1 het.bq tleetnale y
blows the Taliaferro buttons, worn so companionable men
to fool the with such rot
silly false and mendacious.We ing people as of and the candidacy for re-< generally by all classes! indicate very and these attacks on his character this, can we be'ieve them iu oilier :ire consumption judge,subject U the aeti.. tf tit tltssesreW

of du not see how any man who .)airing of body losses from primary to be held May w rte.R.ssat.
< clearly who will be our next senator. ought to be rebuked by the people matter!?.-Titusville Advocate I -
makes any claims to good citizenship, disease. "uec&
wasting ,
Florida.In .... iy ----- -- --
The Ocala Banner is in receipt of a of can read the book and vote for its TALIAFEKOO IX JACKSON COUNTY. For women Scott's Emul- FOR Covert T.*AMR>...-If (. the ,...
a like manner the opponents meat cf the people ot Manse ...i, these
private letter from Sarasota in which Mr. Taliaferro have also combined author. That the senator is strong in J lickwn .:'on: does this and more. It is faithfully and be5W.gy dawi.rgd the thrlNa

the writer says: "Hurrah for Talia- is demonstrated by the character i most sustaining food and of county treasurer ..***,.tfcMy aA dirt a..e>
against him and are leaving no stone NNNL................. port in the appre.c' i.g di.'ia nUcTM 1ii1
ferro. Hurrah Sparkman. Sara- ; and standing of the men who are for onic for the special trials that
unturned to compass his defeat. ..K. Pestu L
sota will go solid for them both." POLITICAL CHIPS | him iu this fight, and the sober judg have bear.
: We fain believe that a righteoussense : omen to Foa CIBMC CiRCt-rr Cacar.nounce .-( ...,.., __

ment of the democrats: of Jackson. I I To children Scott's Emul- my candidacy tor tltrtsia to the sl
After next week the primary will of fair play will cause the voters lice of clerk of the oifCMU ea i ft trtjirt to UM
1 -- They see that see that "Senator Talia [ion: gives food and strength
not be so popular with some of the of the state to rebuke the unjust. -> action of the democrttk wtm 4tb posses
: FROM THE STATE PRESS. : ferro has conducted a clean and dignified I ir growth of flesh and bone election to be held May to. 1904 1 lake UM.fportunity
; candidates as it is now, and instead methods that have been pursuedby to thank UMM who h*.. Miler
++.++...............+.+++. caitpaigu as against the campaign md blood. For pale girls, me in the and
of flowers will be flinging mud at it. the adversaries of these men put ay mart M UM Il-

If Jim Alexander is gaining over of vilification and abuse conducted for thin and sickly boys Scott's fin has been such aa to t..M. Mar to ... lilt
Watch out for very tall squealing. and as the sun goes down on the 10th
me again % T. .. *. .
Emulsion is < < .a.Fo"
of May their vindication will be full the district like he is in Suwannee by Jennings Stockton. a great help.

Messrs. Stockton and Jenningshave They note that in appealing for their Send for free sample. SHBuirr-t hettrby ........ .,..., s
aud complete. county he will be elected to conigres SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists. candidate for th. Rice of 'nW M .......

endeavored to make capital votes Senator Taluferru alluded onlyto 409-415 Pearl Street. New York. county auhjecttotlM d...w.ek ....... w

from the fact that Senator Taliaferro Happy Jim will get a large vote here. his record and uses that record to 5Oc. and I.OO; all druggists. be held oar the loth *T May .....std ragtag

THE UNITED STATES SENATE. fully solicit the IIIffIIIt't' .| ell MM Aer.siMrr
-Suwannee Democrat.
has made bushels refute the charged m tie by hU
not of
many op admire-:Mariana cor. Times Union. voters of MarioaemMty. R.ptr.....,.

speeches in the senate, but does it NN ponents. This standard! of a cam- .... JOtfN G4UAW4'.
Mr. Andrew Carnegie in his -Triumphant -- --
occur to these gentlemen that in Captain Broward is making a splendid paign is what the democrats of Jack- TALIAFERRO IN PENSACOLA.The row MBMKI or --. toitl reap

America: says that it has for the and and what greatest ovation ever accorded fully announce ryaelf a ian eloquence they are nowhere near the race governorship according son county want they
been said by more thau one eminent ..,. .4 Public ....-
mountain tops aud would never set the best information obtain. auy public men in this l'ounty11 for Marten swat, tnm ... T..... ........ ai.

: the tire themselves. political writer that the American tendered to Senator Taliaferro, Congressman jest to the atti.,,.. tI.e flusmM ........ M M
on able, he is winning new friends everywhere WONDERFUL CURE held ,
May tu .
sysy a. E WIlCIL
senate is the ideal second chamber of I Davis and exSenator! Call -- -,

Some very humane gentlemen are the world. Others, he says, assert he goes. His arguments are i in Pensacola today and at the Foa SrpuUl'l"o' or K-MJc t..*tfounty
already engaged in procuring a committee that it is the second chamber which nnsanswerable.-Tampa Herald. OF SORE HANDS iuti u .-J ......... .,..If a stradadYe sa

.... ing tonight, when they, with other s4p rinteal..t of pbYe ...." at'...a
sit with the defeated
up possesses real power and is permanently candidates, addressed the Marion cwivty. whist w Ibn till r.6...
Mr. Broome the candidate for people of
candidates the night after the elec fixed in the hearts the secretary mary of May.... if $...... I*sW oast Mi tfet
of of'state, has a record of which By Cutlcura After the Escauilria. SenatorTaliaferro spoke best imermta of Ute sehs.ls ltd tl.asty
tion. Ice water Turkish
masses. Most Awful Suffering to a great crowd. He appreciaeed the RHP"tWI1. D. a. &In1 '" ,
well be
one might and
any proud, we
towels blankets etc. have been
Ever ,
Lord Salisbury,speaking of it, saysit with pride point to him as a gentleman Experienced. fact that the great majority of that ---. .
secured in ample quantities and .
hewiy a.at sht
is marvelous in efficiency and the and vast assemblage were hU friends and port of thot As..ttas M
everything possible will be done toBoothe representing highest k vales fila.ad lIMiN
strength, and otters the prayer that it holiest memories of the old south his: attempt to surpass all prtviutisefforts for my uteNi.g .. a .1 '\ILl. M ,... ts..d of
and comfort them. DOCTORSAnd oonnty ....111........ sell wq .I ....... 41
may be instituted in England.Mr. : and a potent factor in the upbuilding, succeeded admirably, and my fiats a a ..... Lt.._ II .... entire

Carnegie says the secret of its and advancement of the new without a break, save when his COllaty.--- W D.n_ .
BAD BABIESAre marvellous strength and efficiency ban Palatka Herald. Many Remedies Failed hearers made the air resound uiih _Jloa (. ....-...-._Iw-...., .-.cq at

if. eaedWit fee ,. ........
to do Cent'sVortb a. tstlNn "I
open one. The senate springs a their applause and the hoard of
often only hungry babies. They cry ... compelled tht wttasymu._ Ud bye

and fret because they are ill-fed. The from and rests upon the suffrages of of Good. speaker to wait for the din tu that DI'1 p.y tsarrl it Is-ipjftF ia orb flaw
COMl'UMEXT cease.
mother is MAN. the*ot.T..f HM..
healthy sure to have good etr.ttay ......' wt
babies; babies that coo and sleep and people. The candidate that has probably Senator Taliaferro continued his: At he lower u>he hits *, sN .

grow.who Mothers Doctor The senate has extraordinary pow- made the greatest impression ,on this "About fire years ago I was troubled speech after these outbursts, and held --- -. I L0111.Foa .

use ers. No law can become such unless with sore hands, so sore that when I his audience in ClInt"
Pierce's Favorite i close attention c-.
community is Hon. C. M. Brown, as he ..... Na I
would pat them in water the pain would I hereby ,.,..
a .
Prescription are passed by the senate well the qP ..
as as referred to his record which esutttt&1r air
candidate for he laid .
governor: who spoke set the skin would mmIHNMMf.--
generally healthy very nearly me crazy, _--J-iIMnm ".
and happy, and h / house of representatives. No treaty. here last Saturday. This was proba- peel off and the flesh would get hard bare to the people of EscarnbU county ...,. wlisu. M tAe seM3rtl ae of th.td .

have happy healthy children., V f" with a foreign power is valid without. bly because he had the meeting all to and break. There would be blood flowin in a masterful manner to refute ary M Mb a qsa.a .

"Favorite Pre- its approval by a two third vote; all I himself; but his own force of character s from at least fifty places on each the charges which had bten made; a. trun. -

scription" prevents ambassadors and agents to foreign hand. Words could never tell the suf- against him his POI COluur-<'tI.-a ......., .111. ;: .,
his clear opponents lu ctndNl.cy
concise the ..
reasoning, '-I
nausea, t fering I endured for three years. I user fees ttte IIh

soothes the nerves, powers must be approved by it; a his fair and reasonable attitude on all tried everything that I was/ told to use race. As he dwelt upon that record of diltrid.r the kla isga'-: --= -w....... sas"'a

promotes the ap be beutts.k......., .. ...
postmaster: cannot appointed unions and eMlas k kf ...
petite and causes public matters could not fail to make for folly three years but could get no gave every member of the Florida May toth. ww. Y. N. .._

sleep to be sound l tt confirmed by the senate, and so of all him popular with the people.Fort relief. I tried at least eight different delegation equal credit for what -Poa ---- -- .- -. a

and refreshing. It federal officeholders, including even doctors, but none of them seemed to do had been 6vayturo-I ......, -1 1 re1,..11.
a Pierce News accomplished Washing, candidate br tie a..
gives great physIcal fit ,
d hands bad _
igor and muscular o the members of the president's cabi- .... me any good, as my were as ton during his term he .abject te .....of Ib.11e1a.tlll
o k
whenI carried his Inrr1
when I got through doctoring aa eW
elasticity' so C It is now evident that 14I I. I..... w. A lfMasW...
that the baby's ad. net.War Jennings will first began. I also tried many remedies heareis with him and met with ringing --- --. -

vent is practically f cannot be declared except not be in the second primary-if, in but none of them ever did me onecent's applause. Throughout Poa CQclln 0.............. _....... 15 I
worth of good. I was discour- his JallaaU.r.d .:...
It is the ""'u.....
painless. with the approval of the senate.It deed, there is second and heart-sore. I would feel 5th tb "" 1 1a..
any primaryand aged so speech was dignified fair district..
best tonic for nursing mothers, restoring convincingand .,...., ..

strength and promoting an abundant is a most dignified and august the question, therefore, arises, to bad had mornings to go to work when and I got stand up,the to thinkI pain eloquent with all. At the close cu poIltioa I hereby 1t11ajrd........... ., .1 V14. .1 frr III.t W
flow of nutritive secretions
tribunal and ever since the adoptionof whom will the Jennings vote go in for ten hours and I often felt like giving those who occupied seats tIte ..... ..1 MyC.
"I can cheerfully recommend Dr. ri ftt'l Before I startedto withlu the W. TVNka
Favonte Fre,cnplioa as one of the best medi. the federal) constitution the various that event, to Taliaferro or Stockton? up my position. -
work I would have to railing, were the most
nne for women." writes Mrs. Mary unlock.. mornings prominent Pot :
Murdockofi045\VoodardAve..TopekaKan. -I states of the Uniou have endeavoredto The question is one that answers wrap every finger up separately so citizens of Pensacola and The Flemingtea Oo-TY C.IU........ .4 D..... _
bidet it the best medicine mad I know it has and them soft and then the candidates lkmtt.aek a.-
to keep
aa "
try ,1It11>
no equal I am the mother of ten children and exalt and dignify this body by itself All over Florida be found present to the densoe..p "
only one Imng-the tenth one. she: is one year may wear gloves over the rags to keep were grouped, rushed: to congratulate COIUlu.aiollera' vkq w t..t sssaeit
old and is as well and hearty as can be. She is a sending to it its ablest, most dignified men of more or less prominence who the grease from getting on my work. him Smith 4it4rid tit tlse.t II Mr V. P
beauty. Of my other babies one lived to be one At night I would have to wear glovesIn upon his great effort_ for eoaety........... ...... M.nws
war old. but she was always feeble. I tried different for 1Dc1.U:
doctors but none of them could tell me and conservative; men not only one reason or another will vote for bed. In fact, I had to wear glovesall Pensaeola cor. Times-Union. thttr lIt pott hu W. w .... 1 tr

what my trouble was. They said I was well with brains but with good manners, the governor in the first primary, but the time. But thanks to Cupcnra, IL 31. ....a.l,.. 0eIna..
and ttrong I was examined by surgeons but the greatest of all great skin cures. Turpentine Still Destroyed. F'iemington, PI..
they found nothing wrong and they were amiability of temper and strength who cannot under circumstancesbe
for three
any After doctoring and ,
puzzled to know what my trouble was. I did years, J. B. Warren's -
not know what to do, !so I thought this time I poise and dignity of character. imagined as voting for John spending mach money, a 50c. box of turpentine still at Foe ItlPaliShlUtva -I
h14f .
would try Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I Cuticura. Ointment ended all my suffer Higley was destroyed last Jlame to the 4cuaocn. Mah.pe ,
took it the entire nine months and have Friday by .. .....
, now a *
We humbly submit that It will therefore -
be been since I county for
, a man seen tngs. It's two years used their .
line o.ePr.aratatl.es -
baby girt. and I cannot prai>e your medicine fire. Loss between $3000 and -atlet u ... M ....
enough for the good it did me." who holds up'a public official on the that the elimination of Jennings any and I don't know what sore hands $too. r..... tlris ....
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are now, and never lost a day's work It will be rebuilt lertlIltal'C. east
"Favorite makes weak immediately.Special Primary
Prescription" public highway with force of arms to bejbb4
I which now seems assured, is a matterof while using Cuticura Ointment.toTHOmS W., t.... ....
women strong,sick women well. Accept hare and __ .0. L..
upon a groundless suspicion, A. CLANCT, Notice. I '_ WARTNAN1l
no substitute for the medicine which considerable
is not the man to exalt the United consequence from a. 310 Montgomery St., Trenton N. J. I
p works wonders for weak women. The next visit to Ocala
of Dr
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are easy senate and add to the dignity of its public point of view.-Tallahai Seean. Sold Uremhont the world Cnticora BMolwnt fte. E. T. I Sty at Ham .
(ill term ot CaoeoUM Coved FUU, 2*. per vial of Silo Allen, the eye, ear, nose and e. :::
and pleasant to take. A most effective reputation and luster of its achieve- NN 0iD1DM.."SOe, 8o.D.lie. DpoU:Lead ..17 ChmrUiBOUM throat ..... ...Ve'
laxative.cr J 8q i Piru.4 Kn diI*Faiz;BwolI.l31 CoItun&U surgeon of Tampa will be I ty-.. ""IIIIIIteTalllet 1&-- w r
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THE GRflHAttYILLE PICNIC. j than to change the 'cowplexion' of I BOUQUETS FROM ABROAD. never allow it to fertilize the woods, { Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.

r I things around the White House in or breed in and in until it becomes I "My mother has been a sufferer (urI Corn I.j

. A Splendid Day-Big Crowds--candidates Washington." )lr. .Wartmanc already Floyd, Wartmann and Others Complimented worthless for meat or dairy purposes. I many years with rheumatIsm," says have sufficient supply <.'
W. H. Howard, of Husband Penn. must a
G.lor.-D. Closes With had a strong following in Gra -Ho Fence Would be a The eagerness displayed by the republican -
unable to
I F I "At times she was move
an Accident. hamville and his friends say his visit Boon for Marion County. (and some w called democratic at all. while at all times walking was Potashin

. there' yesterday was a clincher to a papers, to defeat Hearst's nomi- I painful. I presented her with a bottle I
. Yesterday from the cool hours of I Chicago, Ill., May 3,1904.To .
big vote next Tuesday. i nation at Sr. Louis is remarkable. I I of CrwrnherlHiu's Pain Balru and
the Editor of the Ocala Banner. I
the until after 10 o'clock I
morning she decidedit order to develop into a crop.
I after a few applications
At this juncture Mr. Floyd was
The Banner comes to me regularly trust that the democrats, the pure .
could be Men going to Grahamville was the most wonderful pain reliever No amount of PhosphoricAcid
I called upon to' offer his rebuttal statement every week and I am reminded that and undefiled, will not be hoodwinked II she hud ever tried, in fact, she can

from wy direction the merry "pic- ; and in a few words he set himself i I have not contributed to the most into the nomination of any reconstructed is never without It now and i is at all or Nitrogen compensate
I for lack of potash in
nicer" and the ever present candidate i right on the compulsory poll taxI essential requirements which enablesa d mocrt.t. Whenever the I times able to whlk. An occasional a
fertilizers [for
and at 10:30 Commissioner Fort I I question.Mr. application of Pain Balm keeps away
.I paper to exist. I therefore hand republicans favor a candidate for the I
and all I
who la also member of the : Fort then announced that din the pain that she was formerly troubled grain
county I you Bacon & Thayer's check for f 3. democrats it is safest to nominate
I with. For bale by Antimonopoly other crops].
executive committee from the eleventh ner would be served and the
I hungrywere I am pleased to notice in your pa- someone else. Drug Store. m

district, invited the crowd toocupy i soon doing justice to cue of the per that jour little city is making The whole brood of protected mono- W. slai U ft4
A full line of bean stew, rice
the upper floor of the Howard finest spreads ever seen anywhere. reasonable advancement in nil things i polies desire the defeat of Hearst because and pudding cooking vessels, to tcftd (TM M a.k rfar.aoUIM.be

packing house for the purpose of In regard to the dinner the visitors\ all that tend to make a desirable plies they know that the masses are at right prices At The Bazaar ..hd ceara.a solo

bearing what the various candidates voted that Grahamville had lost none for one to live.I for him and if nominated they will Store. j? about.Ut ar..I1.1011 aJatr.. .

bad to ay as to why they should of reputation for furnishing the also notice that the politicians in elect him. But I have encroachedupon Both Parties Claiming Election. I

receive the vote of the good people of j I I best in the land of good things to eat. Florida are quite active, and that your generosity and must cease. St. Paul, May 5.-A municipal elec. iew QERflAN I'.,t-.I 5_KALI_ .......WORKS.IT'S ..- .......

the precinct for the office to which After dinner all the other candidates among the numerous aspirants, the With best wishes for the good people tion Is in progress in St. Paul today. A&Jaaaa."Ii" II.

The Democrats say that Mayor RobertA. .
they aspire. had their say, and although of Marion I remain.
voters ought to select some good men I county. Smith will be re-elected by a plu

, Mr. Fort first introduced John B. there were not as many people in the to serve them in the various positionsin Yours truly, rality of 3,000. The Republicansclaim

Floyd, who, after making one of his hall, all were very well received and the state and: county te which they J. D. BACON.An that Frederick. Wright will

f Chesterfieldian. bows to the large loudly applauded at times. may be elected. I am more than Open Letter. be chosen mayor by 1,000 plurality.

- audience which greeted him, proceeded Among the families who aided in pleased to note the interest that is From the Chapin, S. C.News. Earlyin Growing Aches and Pains. I

: to outline his views of the subjects making the dinner such a big success being taken in regard to no fence or the spring my wife and I were Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Tex., I

,! which most interest the voter in/make were those of L. M. Graham N. A. herd law. I believe I have expressedmy taken with diarrhoea and so severe writes April 15, 19U2: "I have used FORi
, :
Ing a choice for a member of the Fort, R. D. McDonald, Chas. Gibson, opinion on that question on one were the pains that we called a physician Ballard's Suow Liniment in my family

l, ; legislature. He said he had been accused F.C. Welhorner, R. C. Fort, Alonzo occasion in valued and who prescribed for us, but his ., for three ycats. I would not be
your paper medicines failed to give acy relief. A without it in the houd" I have used
t r of changing his platform since Long, Wm. Hogan, J. W., I. W. and
Florida I
while living in always friend who had a no cIr "f Chamber- it on my IlUlegirl for growing pains YOU !

i i last election, but for proof of the untruthfulness Early Perkins, J. M. Dudley J. D. vocated it with my neighbors, manyof lain's Colic, Ch len* bu t Diarrhoea and aches: in her ku.e It cure 1 her .

f of these. charges he referred Griggs, J. B. Gore, P. L. Durisoe, A. whom I found opposed to it, so it Remedy- on hand gave each of us a right away. I have! also used it for

f to his printed letter at that H. Hineman and others. give me pleasure to see such good dose and we at once felt the effects. I frost bitten feet, with good success. ,

time. He also said his competitors The day, which promised to pass oft farmers as Mr. Baskin of Anthony, entire procured contents a bottle and we before were using entirely the, 25e.It is the 50and best liniment$1. Ami-monopoly I ever used." DRINK

had been dodging several issues at without an accident to mar its pleasures -
advocating it. cured. It is a wonderful remedy and Drug Stort' m

) other precincts and he had asked the had its misfortnne. As every I notice Mr. Floyd who was turned should be found in every household.H. Just opened----: -Crate.---- toilet

chairman to allow him a few minutes body was preparing to start for home Editor. This
down two years ago for his advocacyof C. Bailey, remedyis set, jardinier, royal blue

! after the others had spoken to set Mr. Dexter Lang's team became no fence law, ia again in the ring for sale by Antimonopoly Drug cuspidors, ewers and basin;

i t himself right and to see that they frightened and started in the direc- and adheres to the same ideas. it was Store. m The Bazaar Store.

f st did not do so at this meeting. tion of the river, throwing him and not my pleasure to know Mr. Floyd Mr. Graves in Error.

K George G. Mathews was the next his companion, Miss Stevens, of Fort personally of his other qualifications Danbury, Conn., May: 3, lOOt ,

speaker, and although handicapped McCoy, out cf the buggy. Miss To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.
I cannot venture an opinion ; .

: by a bad. cold, made a splendid address Stevens was pretty severely hurt by but it is safe to say that he is soundon Enclosed find one dollar check to ee THE GREATHEALTH

the fall but it is not thought renew subscription to the Banner.In .
( plainly stating where be stood seriously. the no fence question. My old my
: The scattered around in the Banner of April :9, John
In regard to the questions before the buggy was friend, E. L. Wartmann, I notice is DRINK

people. He referred to his record in pieces and the last seen of the horses also aspiring to represent the peopleof Temple Graves makes the assertion
tY .
Marion the Florida they were making their east that Connecticut is sure for Hearst.He e
f- county, legislature way Marion county, and I believe he

and iti the diplomatic service of ward. They ran mht through a too would make a very safe and able was never more mistaken

Y the United States,saying that if these crowd of happy picnicera gathered in I I would be pleased in his life, not a New England
representative. S
state is for Hearst and he will I "IN T I[ G GOOD OLD
were satisfactory he wanted to repre front of Capt. Chas Gibson's store, however, to see him take a more decided .

and the of all find it to be so when the dele-
sent the county in Tallahassee. escape uninjured ..was stand in favor of a herd law '
Carlos J SUtiunk the of miraculous.Mr. gates' votes are cast His state I 1
youngest stock
that would compel owners to
ment is about as correct as those ----- -"-- SUMMER[ TlML"
the leglative aspirants, was then call- P. L. Durisoe saw to it that no provide for their own stock. It is not -- -----
made the New York Journal. To
; ed and,staled that he was in a very one became thirsty. He served free only unjust to compel farmers to : by Jerry Burnett,
I make the statement
illustrate following
had lemonade and ice water at the door of
embarrassing position, as Floyd fence against other's starved rattle

accused him of purloining his platform the hall and invited all to prrtake.To : At the democratic convention -
and hogs, but if these stock raisers Merchant
I held in this city there were 47
and Mathews referred to the this estimable gentlemen; is largelythe their
only knew, it is decidedly in
of the delegates present, of which only three f
fact that the others had the advantageof success occasion.
own interest to fence their stock, save
him on his voice which he said was"badly Hearst votes were cast. Tim I Tailoring. METTOlsade
Herbine. the fertilizers that are lost, improve
know to be true. I was the chairman .
of tune. However he '
out their breeds and double thrible,
yea licious
Will overcome indigestion and dyspepsia of the convention and announced beverage made
said be bad one plank at least which
their value.I Ocala, Florida.
; regulate the bowels and cure the votes checked by the secre-
would him of borrowing from Saw Palmetto
accuse -
no one
liver and kidney complaints. It is noticed in the Banner some time Finest
of the Parker I Imported and
tary meeting. Eight
from someone else's platform and
the Lest blood enricner and i
invigo- ago an article written by one Ervin, Berries.
Domestic Cloths. free
the state conventionwere
that his opposition to the compulsory rator in the world. It is purely vege- delegates to
in which he gave as a reason why the
payment of poll taxes. He madea table, perfectly harmless, and should elected, and they by a resolution Cutting a SpecialtyFits from harmful drugs. Motto '
no fence law should not be enacted
you be a sufferer from disease, you carried with but three votes Guaranteed.
talk this
strong on subject seemed that it would increase the value of
will use it if you are wise. stimulates the Lirer
the against it, were requested to vote ,
to voter
cowpletely capture R. N. Andrews, Editor and Mgr. the land. Such an argument needsno : McIVER and (} JFUNERAL

with his logical presentation of his Cocoa[ and Rockledge News, Cocoa, answer. If there is a country on delegates to the national conventionthat flushes the Kidnqys, acts

this seewin Fla. writes "I have used, Her- were in favor of Parker.
for :
reasons opposing !! pop- your
earth where the values of land should
ular idea. bine in my family, and find it a most The next morning's issue of the directly on the BlUir.I .
be made higher it is Florida. I be-
excellent medicine. Its effects upon Journal made the statement that the wY sfj 'sy
Ed L. Wartmanc the Makes
popular v the
myself have beta a marked benefit.I lieve as Ervin does that it would I organs per-
for city of Danbury had elected a solid
Citra candidate legislative honors, [recommend it uahe-iitatiogly." 50i. enhance the value of lands to have a form their
functions in
Hearst delegation. a
was then introduced, and opened his Anti-monopoly Drug store m
no fence law and if so it should be
The New York Journal and its followers -
address with the that he
statement natural I
sufficient inducement to have such alaw way thereby
The Moss Bluff Picnic.To .
which is
claim everything
was proud of the fact that he had not DIRECTORS
enacted at the first session of the
sought these: hour> at the last election the Editor of the Ocala Banner. easy enough to do, but substantiate keeping the system In a
legislature. The fact that lands are -- ---
r had of his The picnic and public speakinghere only a very smally portion of that
some competitors
: and
lower in Florida than in any other claim. Have a full stock of Coffin.1 l Caskets healthy con
and "lost: out." As to his position on on Tuesday was a big success in United they
portion of the States is evidence and Burial Outfits. Special
given to
the "no fence" proposition, be said he Very truly yours i : : : : :
All the -
every way. were that there is some cause outside illl services,

had only to look over the vast area of on the scene and made: excellent the quality of the soil. Florida shouldbe I. LEGRAXD HOPKI.VS.

grazing lands in the Oeklawaha val. Embalming to Order Sold by All J'Jgh
of the Juggling With Dynamite ,
speeches, and the people of this pre one the most populous of

ley to see that the time was not yet cinct seem to regret that they cannot states; but inducements must be Is more dangerous than to neglect -_ ------ ---.:-;.;-;;
for such law.. He said he kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney
a waspr' vote for the whole aggregation. shown to the settlers who wish to .
\ud of the fact that Florida today Cure corrects irregularities and has J'VbfD AWoman f
the laud and eIs
Everybody feels proud of them and cultivate no greater cured many severe cases after other :

spent more per capita for school purposes proud of their record during the cam inducements could be offered than treatment had failed. Ii builds up -

than any state south of paign for fairness and uprightness in immunity from the ravages of starved the worn out tissues and restores DQPFQSSQtJ.has .

Massachusetts, and if elected he and health and vigor. "I was troubled !
dealing with their competitors. hogs eattb, not their own. -' frequent J' h '
would lend bis efforts to still further with kidney complaint for about two I headac to
Beef and be + inabll1ty sleep wei mor' of 1 '
Fully two hundred and fifty peoplewere pork can produced on reeling ilk i
Uts ,
advance this most important branchof years, writes A. H. Davis, of Mount not necesarny GWro dire temale ',"
the farm cheaper and better than in
the 1t&1a41.
on grounds and all had a
Sterling, Iowa., "but two bottles of .
the state government. He set most enjoyable time. Linadale, any other country, but no farmer can Foley's Kidney Cure effected a permanent It's the V.ver

forth several reasons why this was a Stanton, Ocklawaba, Eastlake! Lynn, be successful and allow his stock to cure"____Postoflice_n Drug Store. Don't tan to get today at roar druntata r,

most important campaign nationally, Grahamville in the woods. Hundreds of '
and Ocala were repre- run thou
Hu.J. X. C. Stockton continues to

principal which was that the south sented in the throng, and we were sands of dollars are expended for make war on the east coast. Yet that BERDINE
is tired ot Rooseveltism and the utter
that the Ocala fertilizers in Florida that be
sorry Banner representative might section continues to attract winter
contempt held by the j president for anddlgebttreo BUrell restore the Leter
was not among them. avoided if the stick was kept on the visitors and splendid immigrationof fee! line a new woman&0 their atter nOnn&t tunctl aa k1dn.v.yo50 U"
the south. His
peeh was favorably The success of this day, which will farms. The money paid to the north settlers who Cents taking the it'riL bottle
are not only : AU.
commedted upon throughout, but the long be remembered by all who were every year for beef, pork and butter making it the beauty spot of the DRVCCISTS.
enthusiasm all broke
; out at once so fortunate as to be present, was due and cheese could all be left in the western world but a wealth producing A
when be said: "Democracy must win
to the state and more than that Florida
largely untiring efforts of our ,
November if for section as well. The number of
In no other reason Brick
popular merchant, Mr. John T. would soon become an exporter instead train loads of early vegetables it has LOTTW, JOHNSON -1k

Lewis ably assisted other of an importer. It is not that ,
by other
The Richest Man in the World. shipped to market is something phenomenaL I -._.-- _
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citizens of the Fhrida farmers cannot produce -
The richest man in the world could community. John ought really to lift

not have his kidneys replaced nor SCBSCRIBER. enough but they fool away all their his hat to the enterprise of that sec Hair NW[ AND SC[ OHD HAND MACHIH[ l 1-

live without them, so it is importantnot money for things that they ought to tion. Cement

to neglect these organs. If Foley's Do Not Be Imposed Upon. produce at home, and could if they i

kidney cure is taken at the first signof Foley & Co., Chicago, originated would ever learn the value of keeping We hare the largest line of Laths THE LAKE -PftOPfllETOH oF--- I:

danger, the symptoms will disap- Honey and Tar as a throat and lung plenty of live stock on the farm, and plain and decorated crockeryin CITY MACHINE SHOPS. :

pear and your health will be restored remedy, and on account of the great Ocala, bought: right and And Locomotives For Salt and Lim. ;;

as it strengthens' .and builds up these merit and popularity of Foley's Hon. Quick ,Arrest will be gold right. \t 'rile -Ba- .Second Hind Rail 1 lt tht u. Seld j
organs as nothing else will. Oscar ey and Tar many imitations are offered J. A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala., zaar,Store. Three locomotives for site or lease, J

Bowman, of Lebanon, Ky., writes: 'for the eenuine. Ask tor Foley'sHoney was twice in the hospital from a severe Mrs. T. H. Wallis and little son For Stle >i

"I have used Foley's Kidney Cure and Tar and refuse any sub case of piles causing tumors. After have gone with Mr. Wallis for aweek's One Oge Ib16 162-1 New Tolbfart Engine Oue IhIS o'aRI ....... ,f
c and take preat pleasure in stating it stitute ottered York &rtty. One 1a1UP thU .
as no other preparationwill doctors and all remedies had failed, Office and ODe 7.5HP Harris Ai.t,.
visit to Tampa and other Shops CorlliMJ. One 1x18
cured me permanently of kidney give the same satisfaction. It is Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly arrested On.-12HP Oasolene One 50111' One tJy ,'. =
disease which certainly would have laxative. It places on the west coast. near On 150 HP 9641'. 7
mildly contains no opiates further inflammation and cur- high preeture return tuWar teller .
cost me my life." Postoffice Drugstore and is safest for children and delicate ed him. It conquers aches and kills FoaYIc1FNEYcU5Y'1'Cs .S. *. L. Freight hand One 25HP and other Economic toiler, and a Jet of otbet ekes .. j

m persons. PestofficjlrugStore, m pain. f 5c. at Tvdicgs Co. mba Depot machinery.
Xidnevs and Bladder Wept LAKE CITY nomiu .. -

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(Treat for the world's work." In thisiluulp pelling interest that he is loath to I
I Display Installed In the Largest Governmental leave -The Patent Office exhibit be- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,,
i wuteuce, uttered in his
f4i.iuiu athirtws I Exposition Building! Ever longs to this section. There are mod- Ofice over'Tea-pot Grocery.Opp Montezuma.
at liuffa'.o%
In Septem- a
OC. L., FLA.
z Per IUJ1 lYeshleut :McKinley de- I Constructed Precious Documents els of many machines that have bornean

I er.erlbwt the object and the result of Relics of Famous important part in the developmentof L1DWINSPEN EIt.
II the nation's Industries. The earliest
l..t1onai. Statesmen and Soldi r$. -
form of device of human Invention I
.\ nuMUrti universal exposition is a Working Postal ,
I far possible, Is shown here. .
collection of the wisdom and achieve- Exhibit. so as OCALA 7-S-y FLORIDA.

omit of the world for the inspection I For Instance, you may see the actual x\
I sewing machine that was the first contrivance J U.: CHASE i t
of the world for the study of its! ex- \

I ert., by which they may make com- J The United States Government build- of its kind every constructed; DENTIST,

pariAoua and deduction and develop j I ling at the World's I'air occupies an It was patented in 1S1G by Elias Howe. OCALA FLA
The first typewriter patented by C.
plalU' for future Improvements andprolrt'St. elevated) site just south of the main
Thurber in 1S12; the model of the firs L. SISTRUKK, I J
a universal exposition picture of the Exposition. The great 1
well be cast irqn plow patented by Charles ,
might called an encyclopedia central dom of the Government build- in 1797 the first ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. ? )
Newbold ; screw propeller
of It
society. constitutes
a classified. Ing Is visible from the very center of invented by Robert Hook In Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala. Fla. 5821
compact, indexed compendium of the
achievement and ideas of society in the Fair, looking across the picturesque 1GSO; and many other "first" things

all phases of lu activity extending to sunken garden tnat lies between the are to be seen. The model of Abraham y 9 '

I !the mobt material as well as the most Palaces of Mines and Metallurgy and Lincoln's celebrated device for lifting SIIr

refined.. It offers illustrations cover- Liberal Arts. steamboats off shoals is shown here. !

Inv the full field of social performance. The hill slope in front of the Government The first harvesting machine made IB ",
the 130 B. C., is one of the mosf"ancient
from the building is terraced with year
production of the shoes on
our feet and the pavement beneath broad stairways almost completely exhibits at tbe Exposition. YI 1J j jI
covering the slope. The building Is 800 There is also a model of the first steam
them to a Ilresentation of the rarest MEET
and most delicate creations of the feet long by 250 feet wide and Is the engine made in Egypt in the same fEEDS ALL t\\ t J

brains and hands of men in what are largest structure ever provided at an year. 'i UZE03 i... ? ut

called the fine arts of civilization.The exposition by the federal government.It Every foot of the 200,000 feet of 4 Experience: has established it ana ., t ,
Universal is distinguished from all the other floor space in Uncle Sam's World's f.>? fact. Sold by all (leaicrs. Y 0'1 7-- -
Exposition St. Lou
T1-th'y: Rro\r. 1334:> Seelual i1 / i 1
s U In 11104 will be such a social encyclopedia large buildings at the Exposition by Fair building is occupied by exhibitsof Lij Ann postpaid free to ail uplicants. ---- -

In the most comprehensive the steel truss construction the entire surpassing interest and every phase ,

and accurate' roof being supported by steel arches, of the people's welfare is shown. D. M. ;FERkY J!CO. I
sense. It will give to the ,',,II. DETROIT:: MICH.
world in revised and complete details"a forming a splendid: domed ceiling.In .
t'l .
this building are installed the exhibits NEW ROAD PROJECTED t'L .. .' ,- "
living picture of the artistic and industrial We Conduct First Class
e a Strictly
development at which mankind of all the executive departmentsof

has arrived" and will actually the government The building is a It Will Be Known as the Augusta and
provide "a new starting point from vast storehouse of an endless variety Elberton Railroad.

which all men may direct future exertion of treasures dear to the heart of every Augusta, Ga., May 2.-on the

*." It will present for the inspection true American. Precious documentsare morning of May 4, the Augusta and GROSS NEGLIGENCEDID Family Liquor Store.

of specialists In all lines of indus- to be seen here, and the autographs Elberton Railroad company will be

trial and social endeavor and for the of our great men of the past are on organized in Augusta to build and operate NOT HEED WARNINGS

public an assembly of the best which display. Relics of famous statesmenand a railroad between the two -

the world has done and has to show in soldiers carefully preserved places from which it fakes its name. This is the verdict that should b, rea- We prepay freight or express! charges on the following:

Industry art and science, and. what through generations are exhibited. The line of the road will split Columbia dered in so many cases of death from kidney .

I. very important it will offer these Each governmental department has Installed and Lincoln counties half in I diseases. A slight disorder, which Spring Dale, Baltimore Bye, layers fJldI full qt,. ttti.0U,1: full

achievements of society these trophies an exhibit showing its official two and the only town, at present in could han been easily cured,It neglected qts. $15.00.Family .

of civilization In a highly selected accurately .:. character and mode of operation. existence that it will touch will be I, and terminates la Blight's Disease or Cabinet, Maryland Rye, ll yean old, 4 full nts.. 83.00.12 full
Entering the Government
classified array. Lincolnton. The route proposed will Diabetes. qts. $13.00.Ilruf .
The from the eastern end the visitor sees
creators of the St. Louis Exposition -
have had the experience of all at his left a railroad postoffice car. be about midway between the Georgia Most of these victims could hays been us, Maryland Rye, 10 years old, 4 full qt*. $ I.OO.12IuJl qtl. KM.00.
road and the Savannah river, leavIng
previous great expositions by which to This is not a mere coach standing Idle.LOUISIANA savedby taking FOLET'S KIDDY Coma,
Appling in Columbia county about XXXX-Monoagahela Rye, 7 year old, 4 full qts.. $3.:0,12: full qU. **S.OO.
3 plan and effect" Its high organization.The as It positively will cure any case of kid
3 miles to the
continuous and repeated burden of rightThere ney or bladder disease if take In time, Coupons to our serai-innnihly free distribution with every purchase. \V#
seems to be no doubt just
the message of experience handed but It cannot make new kidneys for guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. References; National Rank
a now about the success of the projectfor you. of Jacksonville The Merchautile
Agencies. Remit by po tofllee .r elprl'N
down all
has been
by expositions more
So don't
risk life and health
stock by delay but rder. Goods and in
the entire capital of $100- money ) shipped promptly plain boxes
perfect, more effective classificationand
000 has been subscribed by people take For y's KIDNEY CUBS at once.
arrangement of exhibits.
The classification of the St. Louis along the line and most of the issueof Diseased kidneys Injure all ef the organs -1

has been to I I $150,000 worth of G per cent first as they then fail to eliminate poisons
Exposition prepared
lent a sequential synopsis of the preI developments I i i mortgage bonds has been spoken for from the blood which accounts for the "RfflfCI A r MfHI." :

that have marked man's I none of the money to be paid unto many different symptoms of this disease l

progress. On its bases will be as- I c the,road i is in operation.The FOLET'S KIDNEY CURB makes the kid

Bcmblcd the most highly organized exposition projectors of the enterprise are neys right and the attendant Ills quickly t Have you decided on the kind o
the world has yet seen. Fred T. Lockhart, J. E. Hogan and disappear.
A. The St Louis classification is divided Bruce Young. \' fertilizer you are going to use? It's
... i kidneys be
( .. your as you may (
Into 16 departments 144 groups and I i The road will run rough a: very drifting toward'g Bright'a,Disease; and, I' M,I i t not a question of how much, but -
,.; 807 classes. These grand departmentsIn I rich farming section. remember, that the work of destruction what kind when tin bait ratal
their order will record what man
has accomplished at this time with his 1 I ATLANTA IS LAUNCHED. goes on constantly, and If you have rea can be obtained. You can't make a
t a
faculties Industry and skill and the : sons to believe your kidneys or bladderare mistake when you use our high grade

11 natural resources at his command in I Ship Named for Georgia City Slips affected, you should take Foi y's 'a. fertilizers.
the environment in which he has been I from KIDNEY Guns: at once and remove all III)

1t placed. : Chester, Pa., May Ways.2.-The steam- possibility of fatal results. Highest cash price paid for dry bones

f At the head of the Exposition class i ship City of Atlanta, built for the SETiiora WEBB,of Moira,N.Y.,writes:

... f aiflcation has been placed Education. i "I had been troubled with my kidneysfor
x through which man enters social life. ; tiK Ocean launched Steamship company, was twenty-five years and had tried sever 'i FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFC. {COMPANY
at Roach's ship yard here
Second comes Art showing the condition today. al physicians but received no relief untilI Gainesville Fla.

of his culture and development i It was christened by Miss Jennie bought a bottle of FOLET'S KIDNEY __ n__ ._ __ _
Liberal and Sciences areplaced
Arts Applied
I. PURCHASE MONUMENT WORLD'SFAIR. English, of Atlanta. Among those CURE After using two bottles I was
third to Indicate the result '
Illustrate his I who witnessed the launching were absolutely cured. I earnestly recommend VE WANT
,_ his education and culture, --
tastes and demonstrate his inventive but is one of the most improved mail Governor and Mrs. Terrell, of Georgia. FOLET'I KIDKE CUBE. M*************

genius, scientific attainment and artistic cars, in which men attached to the The City of Atlanta is a city shipof Every Grower in the State

_ expression. These three departments I I United States railway mail service are the City of Columbus launched at Postoffice Drugstore, .
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L equip him for the battle and actively engaged In "throwing" the the, Roach yard last winter. The To Have Our Books:

prepare him for the enjoyments of life. !+I mails. Here you will see the postal City of Atlanta will carry passengers It WillPay

The raw material departments Agriculture clerks at work Just as they work while and freight between New York and '}'LOUIH..E( ET\nI.I.s.-A complete manual on Florida tfa....

Horticulture. Mining and Forestry I speeding along a railroad track.A southern ports.. FLORIDA on.XGF.Hook of sJ.eelallnlf'rf'st to Orange Offlw.
curious collection of old time rel-
show how man conserves theforces "}"LOIUH.S1.'U,\"'nEIUUJ: "- ouklt't on "SoIl.\'arltltttO&I.-
,, of nature to his uses. The Department 1 ics from the postofflce museum at SHOT HIS MOTHER. You lion, and Fertilization."

of Manufactures will show I Washington illustrates as no verbal "IRISH IJOT.\'I'OES"-Booklt't on Soil, Seed, Planllujcand Culllvatiitf" ,

what he has done with them; the Department :, description can do the crude begin South Carolina Man Mistakes Her You have Real Estate I EttVet of Fertilizer, Dieting I ,ud Slipping."
nings of the postal system. One of any
of Machinery the tools he for a Burglar. IF to sell PIXEAPPLE FEUTILI/IXG-Of special lulerwt to t4kspple
i these relics Is an old fashioned stage- ,
. \ has used. The Department of Transportation Columbia! S. C., May 2.-Mistaking jrroweM.
I coach that carried United States
j 4 will show how he overcomes : of the LouIsi- her for a burglar, Capons Folk OR "IDEAL I.'EUI'f.IZEUS.-t1ook showing: all our illir-rn .*ate4i,
mails through a portion
J distances and secures access to all shot and probably fatally]) woundedhis c IJ analyses price*, etc.
; ana purchase territory. President Revised Editions of above just published sent FREE for tha Alklllr
1 parts of the world. The Department mother at their home in Branson You're thinking of coming New and "
who it
Roosevelt once inspected examined -
1 of Electricity will indicate the great Folk had retired about midnight I IF to Florida for home
with rider's interest a
I IJ a rough ,
: forces he has discovered and utilized to WILSON a TOO \E FERTILIZER COMP NY
i And the bullet holes which stage robbers Hearing a noise, he reached for his
and intelligence. so ;
J convey) power the several departments to and mountain brigands shot through pistol, opened the door of his room, OR OCALA SEED STORE AGEXTS, OCALA, FLA.
1 through and seeing some one standing at the
i its stiff leathern curtains. Generals ,
,; Anthropology, in which man studies ------ -
Sherman and Sheridan and President front door and fingering the lateh, You desire to invest in any

will man;Illustrate and to Social tbe development Economy of which the I. Garfield rode in this old coach during he fired. Instantly his mother, :MD. I F kind of Florida property, JAS.M.GRAHAir, President. OEO.WJIYDK, Viet Prw

the the strenuous days of frontier life. Henrietta Folk, spoke and he realizedthe .
human how it has overcome
: race solvedprobll'ws Among the collection of documents awful fact that he had shot her. TO SEE
: difficulties of civilization and
u in which society is involved. showing the primitive postal methods- The First National BankOF

Last Is placed physical culture, in In vogue In the early days is to be Case Goes Up Second Time. OR WRITE -

j having seen the old book of accounts kept by Columbus, Ga., May 2.-For the
his intelligence
man. is able to the first postmaster general Benjamin second time the damage suit oT Mrs. .

,j treat reached himself the supreme as an animal point realizing Franklin all written by hand. There Susie Dorsey against the Columbus J. LIVINGSTON &SONS Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.Capital" .

Is collection of stamps, including -
1 that his Intellectual and moral constitutions a rare Railroad company goes to the supreme J . . . .. . . .. .. ... .. .. .$AQtO 00>

,j require a sound physical body ancient Filipino The, Porto Rican and court. Her son, Claud Dorsey &n em OCALA. FLORIDA. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . .. .. JM.090 tti

J to prompt them to the proper perform 'Cuban ment's stamps.exhibit occupies postoffice 1 ,4ro depart square ploye of the Southern Bell Telephone ._- Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any tank In tk.

i ance of their function. feet company, was killed while working on state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporati<*us,
-d Education is the keynote of the DniTersal !- a pole by touching a live wire of the : Etc Interest allowed hy special arrangement.. All bu !ne4
Across the aisle, at the right, Is the
j Exposition of '1904. Each department Columbus Railroad company. In the I transacted promptly.
exhibit of the new Department of
i of ty world's labor and development first trial in the city court here Mrs. w ll 0-t; H.E.TAYUltUuUMcMillan 3
Commerce and Labor, occupying 1,906
J will be represented at St square feet This exhibit shows what Dorsey received judgment for $5,000
classified and Installed in such {amages. The lower court was ra-
Louis, the new executive department standsfor '- L$2o ------ -
manner that all engaged or interested and what it Is accomplishing. Mr. yersed by the supreme court when the

, e t In such branch of activity may come Carroll D. Wright United States Commissioner railroad company: carrie the case up. l

'1 and see, examine study and go away of Labor had charge of the On the second trial the company won. Qts.,4fREPREJkLII BrosSouthern

advised. Each of the separate sectionsof preparation of the exhibit Charts arranged Mrs. Dorsey is now carrying the case ;
will be an equivalent .. '
the Exposition i by him showing the rapid to the supreme courtWitittier'M

Of-or, rather, will be in actuality a i growth of the nation in agriculture,

i comprehensive and most effective object arts, manufacture, population, etc., are Snfesrnard. Copper Works
'I lesson in-the line of industrial When en overtimid visitor from the '
of special Interest: to sociologists and Qts.f9ll9
J and progress city once.:commented to the poet Whit- 12
and I all students of the labor problem. The Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
tier upon the insecurity that seemed
which its presents.
Census Bureau exhibit is made in this ,
Inseparable from so many doors open- ,
section. It shows the tabulating machines
World' Fair. Ing out from all sides of the large old
the and General Metal Workers.Old
Cost of Seeing used in compiling the census re .
within 300 miles of country home, the master of the house
From any point ports. The Lighthouse Board also operating -
travel to theWorld's strove gently to restore confidence by 1
St. Louis a person may under this department, shows
view the won pleading that most of them were lock- Stills taken in for Patc )(
Fair this year, the great revolving lenses In light exchange new ones. i

ders of the Exposition for three he\wouid days houses, with other interesting appli ed at night through the country a specialty. Orders 1 by ,malt or f ,

?- and expend the same money ances. receive at either of the
fare will prompt Attention
r pay In any other year for train The space In the projecting northwest j. Pierpont Morgan Is in raris
alone. This is an absolute fact. corner of the building is devotedto where he is making the arrangementsfor CHAS E. BLOW & COMPANY following works -

The Western Passenger Association I tbe Library of Congress.: The edit the payment of the Panama canal /' OAt
j SAVAHHfi ,
i has agreed on a ten day excursion.. rate,1 t tt.which houses this library at WasbwUb'thetHnld purchase price to the French bankers 517 and 519 W. Eay BL FAYETT VILLE, N. C. ,

'. 230 miles or more ,t pni pafrkT,. a,, .and by many architects to who advanced the 540,000,000 for the MOBILE ALA
j "one and onefifthv "autiful building In the United States. Ja ckscl'uue Fla. J.ACKSWILLE. FLA f
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THE 1 world. Its interior decorntii ns, by Er .
I UNCLE SAM'SWONDERS mer Ellsworth Garnsey, furnish one lJrote fonal. I I

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pf the chief delights of a visit to the - - - -
national capital. A large model of this \ I\

s splendid building is a feature,of the ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. I

exhibit The decorative features of
Acble (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)
>cmenis of Individuals
Nations -
the interior are reproduced in their OCALA, FLORIDA.,

faithfully Recorded by Thi3EnC'doteti:1 Mi Executive Departments Send original colors. ,

of Society.Br The next exhibit on the right hand 11: D. FCU.ER.__

-- Treasures to thVorld's .* side of the central aisle Is that of the DENTIST.

i'iiiuinicK: J. \'. SKIFF: Direct Interior Department occupying 11,792
\ Fair. Over Munroe &Chambliss Bank Ocala.Fla.
or of LiklblU, \Vorld'. Fair square feet. In this large space the .I ld .. r 5J ]

"Tb window of all; aces is none took visitor finds so many things of compelling J M. TIIOMPSON.PilYSIcL .
interest that he is loath to
great for the world's work." In this J -1
; I leave. The Patent Office exhibit belongs N AXD SURGEON : !
.li.vlsalUHit 1 "" '11 tl'U<'t.'. uttered in his Governmental to this section. There are models Office over Teapot Grocery,Opp Montezuma

x (,1111' audit-* at Buffalo in Septeniler. I OCALA. FLA.EDWIN .
Constructed Precious: Documents of many machines) that have bornean I
\Wl, 1'resldeut McKinley de-
b I Ik.'rltMld the object and the result of ,I Relics of Famous important part in the developmentof I SPENDER.

ezpurltk Dc. I Statesmen and Soldiers.! the nation's industries. The earliest

'4 form of every device of human invention ATTORNEY-AT-LA, I i 1 I 1'i
.\ nialern universal exposition Is & Working Postal r I 1
I so far as possible is shown here. OCALA. 7-s-V: FLORIDA.Ur i '
collection uf the wisdom and acLieveBwiiU Exhibit. I
I For instance, you may see the actual di
of the world for the iusiiection H CHASE: '1k
sewing machine that was the first contrivance _
of the world for the study of its
eX-I building of its kind every constructed; DENTIST: '
The United States Government
pert, by which they may make it was patented 1S1G by Elias Howe. OCL.FLA fk4 ( I t t i iF"
pariMxm and dtnluctiou and develop j I at the World's Fair occupies an C.
The first typewriter patented by
plan for future elevated site south of the main
improvements and Just
Thurber in 1842; the model of the firs'cast pARLOS L. SIS1'RUNX.ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.,
i'OItrt L Such a universal exposition picture of the Exposition. The greatcentral iron plow, patented by Charles

mbbt well be called an encyclopedia dome of the Government build- .
New bold in 17U7; the first screw propeller
r of foclety. It constitutes a classified. ing is visible from the very center of invented by Robert Hook in Room 4, Masonic Building:, Ocala Fla. 5821 .
i compact indexed compendium of the 1tt
the Fair, looking across the picturesque 1CSO; and many other "first" things 1' elfP \

achievements and ideas of society in sunken garden that lies between the are to be seen. The model of AbrahamLincoln's 9 9a ', \\
all phases of its activity extending to \
Palaces of Mines and Metallurgy and celebrated device for lifting h \
the most material well ;
as as the most steamboats off shoals is shown here. \\
refined. It offers illustrations Liberal Arts. .
covering -
made in
the full field of social The bill slope in front of the Government The first harvesting machine
e performance building Is terraced with the year 150 B. C., is one of the most I''
from the production of the shoes on .
ancient exhibits at the Exposition.There
broad almost
feet and stairways ,' '
our thepa"t ment beneath
\ \ ;
covering the slope. The building is 800 is also a model of the first steam to KlALL
them to a presentation of the rarest MEET
engine, made in Egypt in the same EDS m \
feet wide and is the
and most deflcate creations of the feet long by ISO : !ro! "
largest structure ever provided at an year.: t' NZCD3Experience
trains and bands
of men in what area
exposition by the federal government.It Every foot of the 200,000 feet of -'. :: has established it:lJf' }. r
railed the fate arts of civilization. *
Sam's World's a fact sold by all ealprs. YOT
The Universal Exposition In St. Lou is distinguished from all the other floor space in Uncle f\Tj-,. -tV..nr. vj tirn\r.. 1034! <.3crgAnnual i
will large buildings at the Exposition by Fair building is occupied by postpaid: free to aai; ;..p1
U In liM be such a social encyclopedia Leant ,
the steel truss construction. the entire of surpassing interest and every phaseof ?
In the
most comprehensive the people's welfare Is shown. D. M.iEGkYkCO. @j .. .
steel arches
roof by 1 fir.
and accurate sense. It will give to the being supported o. DETROIT, MICH. M

world In revised and complete details forming a splendid: domed ceiling.In : ,
this building are installed the ex- NEW ROAD PROJECTED l.t. We Conduct First Class
"a living picture of the artistic and industrial a Strictly

development at which mankind hibits of all the executive departmentsof
the government The building is a It Will Be Known as the Augusta and
has arrived" and will actually GUILTYOF

provide- "8 new starting point from vast storehouse of an endless varietyof Elberton Railroad.

treasures dear to the heart of every Augusta Ga., May 2.-on the
uhlch all men may direct future exer- Family Store.
ttont/* It will present for the Inspection true American. Precious documentsare morning of May 4, the Augusta and GROSS NEGLIGENCE Liquor

of specialists In all lines of Indus- to be seen here and the autographsof Elberton Railroad company will be -

trial and social endeavor and for the our great men of the past are on organized in Augusta to build and operate DID NOT HEED WARNINGS

public an assembly of the best which display. Relics of famous statesmen a railroad between the two -

the world has done and has to show in and soldiers, carefully preserved places from which it fakes its name. This Is the verdict that should be rendered We prepay freight or express charges on the following:

Industry art and science and what through generations are exhibited. The line of the road will split Columbia In so many cases of death from kidney *
Spring little Baltimore IV, 1j; yrr (1MI full qU. (1.00. If Ml.
U very Important, it will offer these j Each governmental department has in- and Lincoln counties half in diseases. A slight disorder, which qts. $15.011.Family .

achievements of society these trophiesof stalled an exhibit showing its official two and the only town, at present in could have been easily cured,Is neglected

civilization In a highly selected accurately -,, character and mode of operation. existence hat it will touch will be and terminates In Brighfi Disease or Cabinet, Maryland) : Rye, 1:! yean old) 4 full (AU, bi3.00.1; $ full
ti tiHrulus
classified array. Entering the Government building Un coIn ton. The route proposed will Diabetes. qts. $12.00. .

The creators of the St. Louis Exposition from the eastern end, the visitor sees be about midway between the Geor- 10 old 4 full 1.00. 12 full Ml 1.00.
Host of these victims could have teen Maryland Rye, jenn'* qt* $ qt*
his left railroad
have had the experience of all at a postoffice car.
gia road and the Savannah river, leavIng
previous great expositions by which to This is not a mere coach standing Idle.I Appling in Columbia county, about saved by taking FOLET'B Koxxr CUBS, xxx MonoDeaheJa) 1UP, 7 years oM, 4 full qts.. $83.20. full qt. H' 00.
aa It positively will cure any case cf kid
Plan and effect its high organization. 3 miles to the right. dittril ution with purehaV 1
Coupons to our semi-inonihly free > every !
or bladder disease If takes In time
burden of ,
The continuous and
I There seems to be no doubt just guarantee satisfaction or refund your immey. References. Nttional% Bank
the message of experience handed now about the success of the project but It cannot make new kidneys for you. of Jacksonville, The Mercbautile Agencies. Iltmit by llO"tnnlee *r ezpreamoney
down all has been moreperfect So don't risk life and health by but
by expositions for the entire capital stock of ?100- order. Goods shipped promptly) and in plain hoxe

more effective classification take FoLKT'a KIDNEY CUES at once.
000 has been subscribed by people
and arrangement of exhibits. Diseased kidneys Injure all ef the or-
along the line and most of the issueof
The classification of the St. Louis I I SloO.ftOO worth of G per cent first cans as they then fail to eliminate poisons

Exposition has been prepared to present I mortgage bonds has been spoken for from the blood which accounts for the Tfflttl "
a sequential synopsis of the developments ( A h'' MHT.(
that have marked man'sprogt''S I : none of the money to be paid untu many different symptoms of this disease rr

On its bases will be assembled j the road ilin operation. FOLEY'S KIDNET CURB makes the kidneys .

the most highly organized exposition i The projectors of the enterprise are right and the attendant ills quickly Have you decided on the kind o

the world has yet seen. I Fred T. Lockhart, J. E. Hogan and disappear. L'
\it"t fertilizer you are going to use? It's$9I
A. classification Is divided Bruce Young. Watch kidneys be
The 8t Louts your as you may
.. ... not of how mush but
Into 16 departments. 144 groups and I Ii The road will run through a: very drifting toward Bright's Disease ; and, I a question ,

807 classes.. These grand departments i II rich farming section. remember that the work of destructiongoes what kind when tidy bast rtHtilt
In their order will record what man on constantly, and If you have reasons }" q can he obtained. You can't make a
A has accomplished at this time with his ATLANTA IS LAUNCHED.Ship 4
to believe your kidneys or bladderare 2 mistake when you nse our high gradefertilizers.
faculties.I Industry and skill and the ja"C
j affected, you should! take FOLEY'IKIDNEY
natural resources at his command In II Named for Georgia City Slips .
CUBE at once and remove all
the environment in which he has been I I N from Ways. possiblUty of fatal results. x l.: Highest cash price paid! for dry bong

placed.At ,I Chester, Pa., May 2.-The steam- ; .
BEntOn WEBB of Moira N.Y. writes
the head of the Exposition classification I
ship City of Atlanta, built for the
I has been placed Education !; Ocean Steamship company, was "1 had been troubled with my kidneysfor FLORIDA FERTILIZER HFC. !COMPIIN
twenty-five and had tried sever-
through which man enters social life. launched at Roach's ship yard here years

Second comes Art showing the condition I I Ii i today.It al physicians bat received no relief untilI Gtlnesvllle, Fla.

of his culture and development ,I was christened by Miss Jennie bought a bottle of Fox is KIDNEY

Liberal Arts and Applied Sciences are II I of Atlanta. those CURE. After using two bottles I was -
third, to indicate the result of WANT
placed I who witnessed the launching were absolutely cured. I earnestly recommend "WE --
his education and culture, illustrate his o fc.LEY" KlDKSY CUBE." ..*.+..*.*......_ .
but is one of the most improved mail Governor and Mrs. Terrell, of Georgia.
his inventive
tastes and demonstrate
ruins, scientific I attainment and artis- cars, in which men attached to the The City of Atlanta is a city ship Posttftjl'f' Every Grower in the State

,.x These three departments I United States railway mail service are of the City of Columbus, launched at Drugstore.itwm
tic expression. -- --- --
equip him for the battle and actively engaged in "throwing" the the, Roach yard last winter. The To Have Our Books:

of life. i mails. Here you will see the postal City of Atlanta will carry passengersand
prepare him for the enjoyments work whilespeeding VEGKTA1JLES"-A rompkte manual ou ).'Iftrld. ."...
Agriculture clerks at work just as they freight between New York and : FLORIDA
The material departments.
raw, Horticulture. Mining and Forestry : along a railroad track.A southern ports.. hl'J.onJn.on.XGF.. **-Hook of special interest to Orange Jr..Iff.

the curious collection of old time relIcs -"rI.onIn.STU..\"'Iunnlooklt't on MiSoll.Y.rlHKtMNa.
show how man conserves
tones of nature to his uses. The De- .I from the postotfice museum at SHOT HIS MOTHER. Pay You lion, and rtilizatiou."

of Manufactures will show Washington illustrates as no verbal ; "HUSH 1' )rOTATOEHr on i'oil.I'5t.I'Jal1t1UC.Dd fuUlvMtteff,

what partment he has done with them; the Department !, description can do the crude begIn- South Carolina Man Mistakes Her You have any Real Estateto I Effect of Fertilizer" Digging hud Slippius"

of Machinery the tools he nings of the postal system. One of for a Burglar. !IF sell "1'INE.tI'1'LE 'lU'l'II.IZIXr special interest to plsiwpple
these relies is an old fashioned stage- .
has used. The Department of Transportation -i Columbia S. CMay ?.-Mistaking rower:;

J .. will Ehohow he overcomesdJatalKeI : coach that once carried United States her for a burglar, Capons Folk: OR "IDIHL II'EItrLILEiS"-tlook showing all our litrf...i ifciialv&es huNtl..
i mails through a portion of the Louisiana etc.
to all
and secures access shot and probably fatally wounded
; purcbase territory. PresidentRoosevelt New and Revifed Editions of above just published, sont/ftEC l 0' the ulal.(
part* of the world. The Departmentof his mother at their home in Brunson: You're thinking of comingto
: who once inspected it, examined -
Electricity will Indicate the great with rider's interest Folk had retired about midnight.; I IF Florida for a home, \
forew be has discovered and utilized to the bullet holes which stage robbers Hearing a noise, he reached for his

cony power and intelligence. And so : and mountain brigands shot through pistol, opened the door of his room, OR OCAIA SEED STOKE .U.a XI'S. 0141"1...\.
through the several departments its stiff leathern curtains. Generals and seeing some one standing at the -- -

Anthropology, in which man studies Sherman and Sheridan and President front door and fingering the latch You desire to ingest iiraiiy

man; and to Social Economy, which I' Garfield rode in this old coach during np -firPI1---, Instantly! -his---' mother, -\Tr---., I F kind of Florida property, JAS.M.GRAHAM', President GKO.W.HYDE, Vice I.,,, i
will Illustrate the development of the I ".._
the strenuous- uays or frontier me. Henrietta Folk, spoke and he realizedthe .

J human race, how It has overcome the I I Ij Among the collection of documents awful fact that he had shot her. TO SEE Bank

i difficulties of civilization and involved.solved showing the primitive postal method- The First National ;
j problems in in vogue in the early days is to be Case Goes Up Second Time.

-1 i Last U placed his physical intelligence culture having in seen the old book of accounts kept by Columbus, Ga., May 2.-For the OF GAINESVILLE.The .

1 which reached man the supreme animal point, is realizing able to the Franklin first postmaster all written general by hand., Benjamin There second Susie Dorsey time the against damage the suit ColumbusRailroad oT Mrs. J J. H.lIVmGn N &SONS N Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. !T

, treat himself as an and moral constltutions lj a rare collection of stamps, including company goes to the supreme Capital . . . . . . . . ... . .. ..950,00000

I that his Intellectual sound physical body I ancient Filipino Porto Rican and court. Her son, Claud Dorsey, an. em- FLORIDA. Surplus and Undivided Profits. ... . . II. .. :20,000( 00
require I
to prompt them to the proper perform- I Ii j Cuban stamps. The post office depart- ploye of the Southern Bell Telephone .----- Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities qual to any bank to tie

1 of their function. ment's exhibit occupies 12,469 square company, was killed while working on state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporation,

i nee Is the keynote of the Universal II feet a pole by touching a live wire of the Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
1 Education Across the aisle at the right is the transacted promptly..
Each department Columbus Railroad company. In the
of 1904.
Exposition exhibit of the new Department of { FULL 0-17 H.McMillan E. TAYLOita.hler
of world's labor and development first trial in the city court here Mrs.
tV Commerce and Labor, occupying 1.9CC
will be represented at St. Dorsey received judgment for $5,000 i ifamages.
feet This exhibit shows what
' classified and Installed In such square The lower court was reYersed -
Louis, the new executive department stands
that all engaged or Interested by the supreme court when the
manner for and what it is accomplishing. Mr. '
* In such branch of activity may come Carroll D. Wright. United States Commissioner railroad company: carried the case up.

p and see, examine study and go away of Labor had charge of the On the second trial the company won. : Bros

advised. Each of the separate sections preparation of the exhibit Charts arranged Mrs. Dorsey is now carrying the case

'I of the Exposition will be an equivalentofor by him. showing the rapid to the supreme court.WhtttierH '

rather will be in actuality a growth of the nation in agriculture,

comprehensive and most of effective industrial object arts, manufacture population, etc., are When en ocrtimid"isitor Safeguard.from the Southern Copper Works

and social lesson achievement In-the and progress I all of special students Interest of the labor to sociologists problem. The and tier city once upon commented the insecurity to the that poet seemed Whit- Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

which its presents. .Census Bureau exhibit is made in this
Inseparable from so many doors open- 00

i World's Fair. section. It shows the tabulating: ma- Ing out from all sides of the large old and General Metal Workers. t
"jj Coat of Seeing the chines used In compiling the census re
j 300 miles of country home, the master of the housestrove
I From any point within to the ports. The Lighthouse Board, also operating gently to restore confidence by )

St. Louis a person may travel under this department;, shows of them locked Patch '1Jot i
j view the wonders pleading that most were Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones.
Fair this year, lenses in lighthouses -
World's the great revolving
; of the Exposition for three days with other interesting appli at night rXPR( PREILll through the country a specialty. Orders by ,maU or r

P),, and expend the same money he\would I ances. wire will receive prompt attention at hither of the
fare Morgan Is In Fans
for train j. Pierpont
in other year in the projecting northwest
pay any The space .
alone. This Is an absolute fact. corner of the building is devoted where he is making the arrangementsfor CMS. E. BLUM COMPANY following works -

Passenger Association I The edi- the payment of the Panama canal S VAIIM tll GA.
1 The Western to the Library of Congress. FAYETT VILLE N. C. )
has agreed on a ten day excursion rate.. ; which houses this library at Wash- purchase price to the French bankers 517 and 519 W. Bay Bt ,

=0 from fkT' architects to who advanced the 10,000,000 for the MOBILE ALA.i' .
mile or more -Id by many
1. one and one-fifth .. Dutiful building in the United States. Ja cksopuile Fla. J.ACKS, MILE FLA / ,- :

trip. >, vvt.

ft. .
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i HEARST AND THE TRUSTS. .......................... a
Women as Well as Men h
& CO"
Written for the Ocala iiaoner. | Are Made ltiserable.by .. ,
Our champion' name is Hearst. .

We will nominate him frarst, .. ... Kidney Trouble.
Then we'll elect him,
Then we'll expect him

hlonopolieslUtobearst. ..001....................... Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages I a WHOLESALE
and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor .
The greatest friend of the poor: '
1MTII TRUST STOCKHOLDERS. and cheerfulness t I
., soon
Of great big deeds he's the doer. I
,;'f,:) disappear when the kid-
In buisiness a prince- Broward and Burs denouuce

The trusts! he's forninstWe'n trusts, yet they are both stockholders I /' or neys diseased.are out of order

make him president,sure. in the Jacksonville Ferry Company -k .,'\::'' Kidney trouble has Dealers. 1
I 4 Ff. Whiskey
He stands for all that is right.At t'' \\ become so prevalent (
the front in ev'ry fight which is the most complete trust in p that it is not uncommon

For nght against wrong- the state of Florida.-FJorida. Index. \ \" i.J for a child to be bon I
&I afflicted
And it wont be long \\\ \ with weak kid
'Till he wins in out o' sight. .... \i -L. neys. If the child urinates FLORIDA.
!; OCALA .
-- "
too often, if the ,
Burden of labor he totes; ASKS TOO LITTLE. ,. urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child rM
Affairs of the land he notes. : Candidate C. M. Brown closed an reaches an age when it should be able to

Ira trustis in it. address' in St. Augustine recently control the passage, it is yet afflicted with ____ _____
You'll find him it-
agtn bed-wetdng. depend upon it, the cause of ,
That'why we'll give him our votes. with "And forever dwell amid the the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first I

lie never was known to step should be towards the treatment of
pause glories of heaven's setless sun !
When fighting for poor folk's cause; these: important organs. This unpleasant
He gives them their ice and he only wants to be governor-! trouble is due to a diseased condition of the N1t Sell the Best Liquors
And coal at a priceIn Daily Miami Metropolis. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as ,
keeping with humane laws. suppose. t
ION Women as well as men are made miserable / ti
haul g.o.P. in a hears; LAMAR HAS A CINCH with kidney and bladder trouble, For the Least Money. /[
"Service" pensions disperse.. and both need the same great remedy. (
. Start the right man in Lamar appears to be having easy The mild and the immediate effect ol /i1/1 1i

And were sure to win- sailing in the new third district. Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
And the right man's name is HEARST! by druggists in fifty-
'-DAX HCXSICCT. This is quite a contrast to the spirited cent and one dollar -r. h..r- fS"II'. ::

fight of two years ago, when Lamar sizes. You may have a l:t It...u, "r. "P--',

: VOTERS BEWARE! beat Myers by two-thirds of one vote. sample bottle by mail ;CdF t 8ATD4 0 R 1
free, also pamphlet tell- Borne ot Swamp-Root. r,+, Remember Our Motto i
all about it. of the pA I
-De Laud News. ing including many FNIIICF3 "
thousands of testimonial letters receives "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEALING
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmel

MAYS' CLEAN CAMPAIGN.A & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., bs sure an tw, wr. t I 1
vote for D. H. Mays would be a
--- --- -
y CAMPAIGN vote to approve clean methods in have been satisfactory, also--claims-

campaigning. While other candidates the thoughtful consideration of the

TACTICS. roundly abuse each other, Mr. conservative element of the party.St. .- We especially call your attention to the following
Mays has made no personal attacks, Augustine Record. specialties: "

nor used any abuse.MonticelloNews. ....
Taliaferro to be Attacked at the Last four full twelve full
)IA YS' CHANCES. iiT Strauss' 76, quarts, $6; quarts, $16.Strauss' .
Moment, too Late for Denial, by
Mr. Mays' friends claims all West
False Accusations.The l i Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3.50; twelve I
Florida and counties in South '
When the campaign is over the two
'JL full quarts $io.Strauss' .
democratic voters of every pre ,
Democrat can support the nomineesof Florida-DeSoto and Lee. Grantingall

clnct in the state are hereby warned this-which is doubtful--the r
the primary with a hearty relish.
I X L Baltimore four bottles
that the two of Rye, $,90;
principal opponents
arises "How is the Plough.
We are not going to "eat any crow"because question ,
twelve bottles
Senator Taliaferro, Messrs. Stockton of Jefferson to win out $8.50.
the dish dou'tagree with our boy going ,

and Jennings, who now, as heretoforeare digestive organs. We are not goingto unless in the event of a second pri- j

working as a unit against him. deal in any abuse or harsh language mary, he makes a combination with Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15.P. \

made desperate by the sense of impending the Broward forces and in this
therefore the choice of the way,
defeat S.-Strauss Pays the Freight or Express on these Goods.
are preparing to voters!: will be our choice.-Suwannee musters up sufficient strength to put .1-: .

deliver a final blow at him, at the last Democrat. "Our Bob" out of business? 'It is a o tl

............ l All goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same dad'f
moment, when it will be too late to 9YYY .
pretty program as it stands; but, unfortunately as the order is received. I I Iw
repel it, and with which they hope to A PERTINENT INRUIRY. it will hardly stand

turn the sentiment of the people Well, uow, if Hearst is such a .-Tallahasseean. -, Agents for PABST MILWAUKEE BEER.Respectfully. .

. against him under circumstances small potato in among the democratic .... _

l which will preclude any possibility of presidential possibilities, what's Napoleon B. Broward, candidatefor tA

answer or defense against such an the use of fisrhting him so hard? has St Nauss ..
governor, just published a
unfair dishonorable attack. Votersin Evidently Mr. Hearst! id the man of comprehensive digest of the platform ifo STRAUSS & C 0

all sections of the state will probable the people and the politicians are upon which he is running for state ti'I 0 -s b h.a Q

be deluged with printed matter against him.-Tampa: Herald. .
executive, upon the back of which OCALA FLORIDA.
from the source indicated, containingall is a map showing, in detail, the cultivated ,
manner of false and truculent accusations and overflowed lanes of the

which the authors dared Frank Clark i is the favorite congres _._. y ;'
not state, as well as the land grants to '_. .-: : '. :_ __::'_:':} -. : '_--_' '- -, ._-n--,- --_ __ .._--'f- --_-_- -P-T' __-..- "Kfi.d ':-.II
bring out earlier in the campain because sional candidate in nearly every pre- railroads, which is the theme of :\Ir.Broward's .

cinct in Alachua county, while Bob
of the certainty with which "
addresses the

they would be met, denied and dis Davis, who was at one timea citizen While the publication is a campaign A Hard Man To Beat.

approved. of this county, has his opponents for
document pure and simple, it contains
governor "shut cut" so far as that
The information upon which this I much valuable information and

warning is based is deemed trust. race is oncern Gainesville bun.IN will undoubtedly be appreciated by
worthy, and the only means of the people at large.-Pensacola Jour-
thwarting the threatened assault is nal.
Had Governor Jennings waited for
to caution the friends of Senator
his term to expire before announcing !
Taliaferro throughout the state to pay SITUATION IN VOLUSIA.
himself for another ofliee, it would ,
not the slightest attention to anything Bob Davis will practically get the
have placed him in a more dignified
brought into the contest in so stealthy entire democratic vote of Volusia r
position and made his future more
and cowardly a manner. Senator county on the 10th day of May; and
favorable. But as it is if he loses
Taliaferro and his supporters have so will Senator Taliaferro and Charles
now his address will be Brooksville
I ever carefully refrained from the use Dougherty. The attempts to style r %'Z'sd ,!
for some: time to come. And te: will 111 ccc
of such disreputably and disgraceful these three gentlemen as the corpora.
methods of warfare, and they profoundly tion candidates has fallen flat throughout -
rrgret the necessity which the state and in this congressional
impels the publication of this warn district. They are the people's can I
Hon. C. M. Brown, candidate for
ing. OBSERVER.Make didates, and distinguished citizens of
governor, has denounced the newspapers .
.. Florida who have been tried, and
: an Explanatioa.' as being subsidized; yet he is 1, .
every public act of theirs has been A
Flemington, May 2, 1904. doing more advising in them than
in the interest of the people and of
To tbe Voters of Marion County: any one of the other three candi I
the state. Their records" are clean
dates. He will find his
method of
am reliably informed that Mr.
and cannot be assailed and they are
Ayer, or his friends subsidizing them very effective, as it
are circulating a the kind of men the state of Florida
will win him a larger vote than
report to the effect that I am not needs. Never did the people have

: going to brother J. C. many people expect. Iudeed, his
support my better and truer friends and public

j i Mathew, for a8 es:.or. This I wishto i I vote is likely to prove one of the officials than Taliaferro, Davis and ('0 fy.'gJr.
political surprises of May 10.-Puuta
deny in most emphatic terms. It Dougherty-Volusia County Record.

is also that I in Gorda Herald. !
reported am a combine -- ---- -
.. with J. P. Galloway for sheritt BROWARD A STRONG MAN.

and V. P. Smith: for county commissioner The who
It is more than gratifying to see ipl) buys ijARDWARE of
for the third district. ThisI
Captain Rroward developing such
wish also to emphatically I I
deny.; strength in his race for the gover- MARION
am in no sort of a combination and i HARDWARE
I. norship. He is a strong man, the ,* COMPANY
pronounce rumors absolutelyfalse
friend of the people and his steward
and circulated solely for
ship reflects credit the state f
paign purposes. Florida. He is always a true frierid A. I K- HfWKES, Optician, AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" _

J. M. M.TIIEWS.Hurst's and one who has Established 1870.
never yet proved
t Commencing thirty in STOVES
;years ago AND
t. recreant to a public trust, but hasalways the smallest way, the firm has stead. RANGES
Home Life. iyt and rapidly grown. until now
I worked for the interests
of ,
The birth of babe SPECTACLES AND
a in the home of PLOWS
the whole people.-Tampa Herald. EYEGLASSES have a national

William Randolph Hearst has seemed NN Deputation, and are used iu every

= t to draw attention to his home town and city througnout the south. ELLWOOD
TALIAFERRO. These famous glasses are used by the FENCINGA
bk He is a man who neither smokes nor As the campaign! for United States beat class of people iu all communities.
They are sold only by merchants
chews tobacco nor indulges in intcx- senator progress, it is becoming'more of recognizrd reliability, of whom Full Line of

.: :\ gating drinks, and spends every and more evident every day there Are now over 11,000 handling Everything Usually Carried
I these goods; and when it -is remembered in a
mtqent he can spare from his ardus that Senator Taliaferro will be chosento
that there is only one agent in First Class Hardware
x'' 1 {Ors in the sweet atmosphere of; succeed himself. The democratsof town, the wonderful demand for them Store. _
hls } can be somewhat appreciated.For .
m.sanctited by the presenpfe the state have awakened to the sale by SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS
ot his sainte an benevolent motherid fact that it is better to return a faithful DR. "']1. AXI1ERSOX.Never MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.

\ the incense con&ecijted ,.
of his Peddled.
servant than run the risk of failure

Wi,where envy and malice ''are in an untried man. The sentiment MARION HARDWARE ,

shut: oktrc-Toe abusers of Hearst d oNa in favor of electing a senatoror fOLEnIlOlffiYANDTft..Rf.rchU I XI COMPANY

aitivetwrovng to society. the second term when his .. a
service '- curb N. u tati- 11 - -_ _
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_ THE OCALA _________ ,

: Mr. Leroy Fort and John Wad- INI TALIAFERRO BUTTONS. office iu Commercial FOR MARION COUNTY. !
In compliance with the ws of Florida, chap r
ington of Dunuellon Mr. Bryantand bank. Your work in the ter 432$, aectioj n, and having given tea I:
Apr II2: 'i was a pleasant' day for the ; notice as required in the Oats. Binoer a. ol

daughter of Holder Mr. C. M Cotton Plant had a nice shower above lines solicited. Speed: and ac. DY VIRTUE OF THE ACTION OF THE ficial newspaper publis el ia Ocala, Flwid
jaUervUlitea and those of other sections ; .1) Democratic State Executive Committee on the Board of County Comm sioner in and fr I

Wuitlon lAud Mr. W. L. Monday.Mrs. curacy guaranteed. Jan. 22. 1904. and the order of the Democratic Marion county. Florida have this the $th
that were present at the politUr family, Executive Committee of Marion county, there of April. A. D. 1904 designated the following .
Thomas and Mr. W. Strich- J. E. Howell is visiting friends Miss B N SINCLAIR. will held on the districts which were changed and eateb'bhe.l
*I pi-Mile at the ferry. The candidate family, Tent day of J/ay igaf, election diUriels and voting places ia i

wer, with$ There land, of Heidtville; Mrs. Thomas at Cornell this week. a primary election in each oretinct in the count county and state as follows:

us. being Mrs.: J. M. Boring and Mra. Morgan NOTICE- ty during: the hours fixed by law for holding Election District No. 8. with voting place at
Winston aud daughters.The elections for the nomination bl the following Summerfield Fla., bounded as follows:
thirteen and
preset two more were of Bird visited Mrs. D. M. candidates for office to be voted for at the general Commence at the northeast corner of led...

day! was pleasantly speut and Early ,, election to be held on November 8, 1904. 3, township 17 south range at east, thence rim. :
represented.Mr. I I NOTICE IS HEREBGIYE. THAT One candidate for United States Senate. west to northwest corner of section i, thutt
I all present say they enjoyed them- I Barco last Monday. intend to apply to the Governor One candidate for congress (first district.) south to southwest corner of section &. Sense
Carl*!* L. KUtiunk opened the of the state of Florida at Tallahassee,
west to northwest of
of One candidate for justice of the supreme corner section u. town
Holmes brother
Mr. Chris our
sslves immensely. Florida on the 23rd day 011olaJ. A. D. 1904 for court for full term of six years. ship 17, range zi. thence south to the southwest
fire waking a speech which did the Charter hereto
much Pateut
Letters on proposed
Holder last Three candidates for justice'of the supreme corner of section 3-(. thence west to north lest
Charles, died at Saturdayand attache.1. the original of which is now on file in
Mr. of section
Refreshments were served by court. corner 20, thence south to county ..,
toward* nuking the people his frit-nds buried in Sc. Johns the office of the Secretary of State of the State of One candidate for governor.One thence east to southeast corner of sectm U.
was cemetery Flonda.W. .
Florida. at Tallahassee
Bryant.J. candidate for secretary of state. township 17 range 23. thence north on stcttoa
and sty won for him honor, Sunday by the side of his wife who N.CAMP.CLARENCE. One candidate for attorney general. lion line to the place of beginning.

which will te rem mbered on May A. Thomas, the young secretary CAMP One candidate for comptroller.One Election District No. 23. with voting pIeft at
him two months. candidate for treasurer. Pedro described.follows
had preceded only :
k. C. CAMP
10; and last but not least, the young of the Democratic Club of Heidtville I J CKCAMP. nstruction.One candidate for superintendent of public Commence at northeast corner of sectWn ...

A daughter aLd on, both grown, are township 17 range 22 east thence ran wtllt M
ladle seemed to be iuteif sled and on precinct, acted as chairman and FRANK DRAKE. One candidate for commissioner of agricul- northwest corner of section., ia township 17

left to battle through life without RIVER ture.One south range 21 east,thence south to county It...
PROPOSED CHARTER OF CRYSFAI candidate for railroad commissioner.One .
master of ceremonies.
thence east to southeast of of
MVeral occasions! the writer has been comer tecma if
father or mother. May fate deal RAILROAD CO IP.\ 'Y. candidate for adjutant general.One township 17 south, range 22 east, thence Bern
J. A. THOMAS Secretary. candidate for state chemist.
to northeast of section
asked as to Mr. BUtrunk's station in The do associate them- corner 17. th.acet to
undersigned hereby One candidate for judge circuit courth fifth
northwest of section .
gently with them. a? thence mmh to
under the
selves together as a Body Corporate. judiCIal circuit. of
Ninety-Eight Per Cent. provisions ot the statute laws of the State of Two candidates fr members of house of rep- place beginning.
life.Mr. As an orator John Temple Graves Florida and do publish the following Articles of resentatives.One Election Distnct No. 24. with voting $ace M
John B. Floyd was next to fire There is a fascination about big Incorporation: candidate for county judge. Dunnellon described and bounded.MWws: 1
deserves the plum, but as a prophethe ARTICLE I. One caudidate for sheriff. Commence at northeast corner of feet!.). ..

a bhot. He wad introduced as "honest profits to a business man. But the back and The name of this Corporation shall be: CRYSTAL One candidate for assessor of taxes. township 16. range 19 east thence ma west M t
will have
to go way the CO'1nlylJne. thence south oa list .
conservative and cautious trader pr.- RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. The princi- One candidate for collector taxes. county to
John who stands the solid the Withlacoochee river thence cast with
on plat- shall be One candidate for county superintendent of
'era to have the lesser per cent. of interest take a seat.McClellan. at pal place business Marion of this Florida.corporation with such public instruction.One meandering said river to the east boundary '
Ocala ,
(urwi He told ui everything about candidate for clerk circuit court. of section 7, in townsdip 17. soata. range ta
branch offices the
be adopted by
and the larger per cent. of safetyto will be the man at St. Directors. as may One candidate for county treasurer east. thence north on section line to place or

the no fence law that we wanted to his:: investments. There is no busi- Louis-and the only man who can ARTICLE IL One candidate for surveyor. beginning.
One candidate for superviscr of registration.One Election District No. 2% with voting place at
know and some thing, which did ness man who would not consider it harmonize heal the breach and lead The general nature of the business to be trans- candidate for county commissioner in Levon, bounded and described aa follows;
acted this shall be construct, and for each commissioners distnct.
in by Corporation Commence at the northeast corner ol section
invest an
sound to
not interest us, as we have plenty of a proposition next November maintain and operate a railroad from a point on One candidate for member.of county board of '.in township 17 range 12 east thence rua west
enterprise in which absolute loss is the party to victory Crystal River. at or near a place called Crystal, public instruction in and for each district. to the northwest corner of seethe 4, ia towa.
timber and some to spare in building McClellan metalism iu Citrus county, Florida, to the town ot Dunn One candidate for justice of the peace in and ship 17 south, range U east, thence soilS to the
impossible and which offered ninety- Nominate drop ellon, in Marion county. Florida; the length of for each district southwest corner of section 9. ia township i.

fences. We believe we can face our chances in hundred of a lich trustism and all other such railroad so to be constructed maintained One candidate for constable in and for each south, range 22 east thence e .t to the southeast
eight %
imperialism, and operated as near as may be, is Fifteen ustice district. corner of said section 9. thence south to aoufa
neighbor' razor backs and goats a profit. The statistic of cures affected all work miles and the counties of the state of Florida Five candidates for presidential electors. west corner ot section ai. thence east w the
sms and schisms, together, through which said railroad is intended to be Four candidates for delegates at large to southeast corner of section it, thence Mrtfc f
while longer. by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- made. are the counties Citrus and Marion. national convention. with section line to point of beginning,
make a big pull, a strong pull and along This corporation shall have the right underits Two candidates for district delegates to national Election District .;. !
show that nictty-eight o.I4. with voting pkee tt
Mr. Ed L. Wartmaun was next. covery percent corporate name to hold and enjoy such real convention.
be pull and Roosevelt will be defeated and be and Thirteen candidates for members at of Orange Springbounded and described aa M>
of cases of weak lungs can: personal property as may necessary large lows:
He delivered a moat charming for the and of building. state committee.One .
speechmaking absolutely cured. Almost if not all just as sure aa the 8th day of proper maintaining, and uses operating purposes its railroad as candidate for county member of state Commence sectioa at the intersection of eat bouaJ I I Iii

pl"lu the great need of an forms of weakness be atoresaid, and shall have power to survey.locate, committee. aryef east with the Ocklawaha 14 township II couta thence, ring u
physical may November comes. river to
construct. buIld. maintain, equip and operate a One candi4ate for member of nutional committee -. the southeast corner of sectioa la
honest school book railroad line from or near a place called Crystal, 36. towasMp
system. traced to starvation. Starvation naps Every man in Cotton Plant is 12 south, range 14 east thence west. tSr !
Florida. to
on Crystal river,in Citrus county, For state convention for formulating plat- southwest of Ket1011
Mr. Geo. G. Mathews wa next and the strength. The body is just us the town Dunnellon, in Marion county, form. corner north t township issouthrangeeast '
I thence
wearing a Taliaferro button. Why i ia Florida. Against state convention for formulating to the a cta> j
as much starved when the stomach west corner of section 31, thence west to aertft
made good known The said under its corporate name i
a speech making corporation platform.All
west of section
corner in
he business
is the
cannot extract nutrition from the it? Well because Shall have the right to accept,purchase. have. county candidates shall file their aoplica thence js. township u tenth :
hU ideas which were without doubt hold.lease and convey any property real. per- tfons tot placing their names on primary ticket range 13. south to the oulfawn*cormvrof
tLe food it receives us when there is senator, because he is entitled to a sonal or mixed which may be necessary to with Samuel R. Pyles. chairman accompaniedwith section of section 25 thence west to the southwest ear l
He also accused Mr. maintain and said railroad, their assessment fixed commit ner jt township 11. range tj. thru* :
outs. construct. operate by county
good "
"Weak bronchial north to waters of
food. because his Lake.
no lungs!, second term and canvass and have power and right to borrow money Orange thence wWi

Floyd of having the advantage of affections, obstinate coughs, 'call for and to issue bonds for same, secured by a mortgage tee.A second primary will be held on the 7th dayof thence meandering with meandering of said lake of to Orange Creek;, ;
and his Creek 4Ocklawaha
has: been to clean, deportment upon aayor all of its said property, andto June. 1904 to choose between the highest Orange a I
river to
him. nourishment. "Golden Medical Dis- erect such buildings. depots and shops and candidates whose nominations shall not have point of beginning. > j
so manly. Along this line I operate such machinery and do such other been made by a majority vote at first primary. Election District No. it, with voting place at 1
Next came short talks from the covery" rupplies that nourishment, things in accordance with the laws of Florida 1 hose and only those persons shall be permitted Fort McCoy bounded and described aiUWwt. I
in its most coudensened and ossimi- desire to say that every candidate in relating to railroad corporations..as it may deem to become candidates before or to vote at or Commence on east boundary ot sectioa 11, ta J
aherifT seekers. They all made excellent proper for its advantage and benefit. It shall participate in the management of the primary township 14. range n. on the north side of t.*. ""
lable[ form. It make "weak lungs" Marion county deserves the office to have all the rights. and be subjected to all the election who are white democratic electors Ocklawaha river, thence run aonh to the :

talks. Mr. Allan Rodgers liabilities as are provided in sub-chapter 5 of who declare their adherence to the principlesand northeast corner of section j&. ia to.m.Upi a
strong by strenstht-ninj the which he aspires not only because he Revised Statutes ofthe State of Florida and the organization of the democratic party, south. range 23 east thence west to aorthwet :

being absent, his excuse was given and organs of digestion which digest laws amending the same. national,state and county who are, by the corner of section 35.thence tooth to tb _tl,. i
is fully qualified but because of the It shall bave power for the express purpose laws of the state lawful electors of the election west corner of section 35. thence west to tttt

by Mr. Mathew But as they were and distribute the food, and by increasing and exclusive use for general business of the district in which they offer to vote who have northwest corner ol sectioa 6, la towaihtoii. '
dignified manner in which the cam- corporation, to construct and build docks, first paid their poll taxes legally due not less range 23. thence south to the southwect eoratv :
all visiting Mr. Gordon they only the supply of pure blood. wharves elevators and bridges, or to lease the than ten days before the primary election and of section 19. thence cast to the northeast CM.
paign has been conducted. same: to purchase construct and opeiate Ma- who shall when challenged by any elector, ner of section. thence south to the southwest

expected to have a &good time. BELLEYIEW. -- riDe Railways and Railroad Terminals at any pledge in writing to abide by the result of the corner or section 16, in township 14 rug a. :
LEROY NEWS. point upon its said line of railroad where it primary and vote for nominees thereof. thence east to the Ocklawaha river th .aee
Next Supt. W. D. Cam made a may be necessary to give it transportation and The registration books in each precinct openon with meandering of said river to p t.t.. ...

Mrs. Joe Davis and her sister Mrs. generally to have all the power and rights as March 19. 1904, and close April 16. ioo. ginning.

short talk, as hU opponent was absent are given to railroad corporations and shall be The following persons were named as inspec- 1LW. LON6.
Mitchell of Summerfield, were in Mr. Christopher Holmes, of Holder, subjected to all liabilities as provided under the tors: Attest: Chat. M.CI. m.
his words were few but to the laws of Florida,relating to same. S.T, SISTRtN, ClerU ii
Ocala Box i. T. D. Lancaster,J. D.Williamsand
died his home there and
town shopping Wednesday. at Saturday ARTICLE III. C. L. Bittinger. -

point. Mr. '1'. C. Hall, of Oeala, came downto the remaIns were brought to the St. The amount Capital stock authorized: shall Ocala. Box 2. L. S. Beck \V. O. Waid and P.V NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

Mr. 1). R. Zetrouer being compelled be Fitly Thousand Dollars, divided into 500 Leavengood.
attend the revival services conducted John's cemetery near here Sundayfor Shares of the par value of $100 per share; the Reddick: *1. H. Ron, "' S. Stewman and U.

to return home from Dunnellon, same shall be non-assessable, and shall be paid P. Billingsley. Department of the Interior Lied Off* at
by Rev. L. B. Warren last week.A burial. The entire community lor in lawful money ofthe United States when Flemington. W. D. Mathews J. L. Beck: and
Gainesville '
owing to the sickness: of his baby, issued Ten per cent. ot the Capital Stock has W. R. Dreher. Fit. April:.. IH.
letter has been received from Mr sympathizes with his son and daughter been subscribed and paid for.ARTICLE NOTICE K HEREBY 0.1VKX THAT THE _-
Mr. C. L. Bittiuger made his excuses. I Cotton Plant. Newcomb Barco, J. L. Miller named settler has tied i
S. R. Abbott, who is well known in in their loss. IV. and J. L. Hudgens. of his intention to make rommnUlUo : :

Next came dinner, which was I The term for which this Corporation shall Romeo. J.B.McGehee W.II. Guylfoyle andJ. in support .f his aLum and that uM proof
Belleview ond Ocala, dated from Los \ValterScott left last Friday for : exist shall be uiuety-nme (99) years. J. Turner. will b< made before Clerk Ciicuit Omtt It

pread in abundance. This remindsme i Camp Izard. V. A. Ross. J. A.. Thomas and Ocala, Fbu,on '
where he has taken Manatee where he will make his
Auglees, Cal., up I W. Jordan. Maw H, 1904.

of other times: and I need only his residence and himselfas I future home. He will be greatly The business of this corporation and shall be con- Shady Grove. J. M. Douglass J. H. J. Counts viz: C. Jenks )lcCraae,. of Itif tor. rt*.. 114.
the expresses ducted by a President, Secretary Treasurer and T. J. Barnes.Summerfield. 3208) for the northwest quarter or M4h.t t
to that it was prepared by than one office
say and General Manager
highly pleased with that part of missed in Leroy. may be filled by the same person). and bya J. E. Branch S. N. Dillard quarter e&.t.He section M. township 17 south ra.tt
ladies of Gaiterville, which is a be elected and J.V.. Davis. 25
good Board of Five Directors, to annuallyby
of Ocala's hand names the following witnesses to .
: the country. Miss McCarthy, one the stockholders, and from which Board Lake Weir. J. L. Carney. J. S. Driggers andT. his continuous residence npot art cuWtaltM M v
high compliment. After all had: shall be elected the president. secretary and C.Freeman. of said land via
. the revival services last some young ladies has!: been visitingMrs. :
dinner and the During treasurer; all of whom shall be stockholders. Moss Bluff. J.C.Pillans W.N. Jackson and Arthur H. Clifton, ol Kmerada H*..
of hearty stockholders at their
partaken and shall be elected by the
Wm. E. Martin.Grahamville. Charles P. Waterman.of FU ChatWs
Minna Newtern.E ,;
taken to .
week a collection was up annual meeting,which shall be held at Ocala
candidates bad adjusted their hats to first ol May,ot each L. M. Graham J. B.-Grigg R. Waterman of Stanton, pu.; bssjsmM J.
send Marion McClendou, who has Newbern, of Gainesville, who I Florida on I and T. W. RandalL Kyis, of Higley, Fla. W. C... a081 iON,

a new position the liieing again car.William N.Camp shall be President Clarence Salt Springs. W. P. Williamson, N. P. Fry 48 tt.....,
been very ill for several weeks, to the has been section foreman at Leroy Camp shall be Secretary and Treasurer, and R. and W. C. McRae.

commenced. C.Camp shall be General Manager. Fort McCoy. J. W. Stevens R. L. Barnes and NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE.
since the strike the A. C. L. has
Ocala hospital, where he went Friday on William N. Camp Clarence Camp, R.C.Camp Charles Bayles. '
H. W. opened the after shall constitutethe
lIon. Long aid Frank Drake
Jack Camp
morning. returned home. Mr. J. M. Harrison Board of Directors. All of said officers shall Orange Springs. W. G. Meggs, Frank Jordan .
noon exercises with a long and interesting be continued in office to conduct the business of and L. 1... Meggs. O TilE 4ni DAY OP Al'GUST. HS, THK

That Marion county and Belleviewin succeeded him here. the company until the election and qualification Linadale. C. A. McCraney, J. B. Booth and vouchers undersigned with Hon.will prevent her BMM ant
R. Bullock
talk, which brought to memory ot their successors, to be elected at the first G. H. Drawdy. courtr fcdf f,
hold her own as & Souibody in Leroy looks very lonely of this Ar and ask lor a final settlement and M
particular can held utder the provisic.ns
election Citra. Stewart Barney M. A. Rice and R. K. administratrix of the esUt of ....
the old pioneer days! when elections locality adapted to the raising of since the departure of Miss Annie ticle. Wartmann. son, deceased, this

not elections and precincts i ARTICLE. Anthony. J. R. Wilder, C. C. Priest sr.,and FRANCE A.
were citrus fruits has been proven by Mr. Shield. Wonder who it is? The highest amount indebtedness or liabilityto W. H. Hamilton. *5 lem 6m .

welt not precincts, and of the latter which this company can at any time subject :Martin. William Knoblock, F. M. Townsendand
J. W. Hilton, who presented to the Mrs.! G. S. Ollie and Mrs. J. M. itself. shall be the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars Mr.Liviigston, sr. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE-

days when good roads will be the one friends and ((150.000)). Stanton. Alex Wynne, R. G.Allsop and H. C.
old tree Harrison are visiting
writer a year grapefruit ARTICLE VII. Morrison

great advantage for the up building raised from seed planted a ;year ago in relatives at Crystal River. The names of the subscribing incorporators to Blitchton. E. L. Ferguson. J. H. Wilson and N OTICEISIIEREIIVGIVhNTIIATL W|
these articles of incorporation are as follows W. B. Rawls. on September nth 1004. pr....t I* If! .
of Marion county. bloom. less Mr. S. H. Brown and his obliging and their places of residence. with the amount Robert Bullock county judge in sad fcr Wif
his nursery, in Though ofstock subscribed for by each is set opposite Belleview. J. L.Whisnant, J. N. Shedd and county Florida, my accounts and WNMfattt
seekers w.
; The tax assessor otlice this little clerk Lonnie Beck attended the each of their names: J. D. Pope. final settlement a* administrator .f t** vMc
tree contains
Mathews than a foot high SHARES OF McIntosh. J. K.ChrislianY.M.. Gist and J, of E. M. Henderson, deceased and will *K tara

\ Alfred Ayer and Joe C. two beautiful blo :>oU1i. Surely, wedding Mr. Brown's niece, Miss NAME. RESIDENCE. CAPITAL B. Burney. final discharge as such a4miiM,..... 0td
STOCK Pedro. H. R. Shaw W. H Proctor and R.J. th March it, 1904.
I then made short talks, both making Mr. Bell at Fellow W. N. CAMP..Ocala Florida.........2oo W.T.llRNlflikSONA4nt
Lelia Brown to Perry.
beat that. "
Manatee C uot CLARENCE CAMP, Ocala.Flonda.....?-. 25 3116m HiUteolH, M.Hendra..is.sr-rae !
: excelling speeches and giving special JACK CAMP_.__Ocala Florida......... 10 Dunnellon. W. J. Miison, D. G. Watkins
Mrs.: 0. M. Gale aud chilren, of FRANK DRAKE..OCala, Florida............ 5 and H.j. Keen. -

; reasons why each should have the p.Mrs. R. C. CAMP._.........Ocala. Flonda............ 10 Candler. J. N.Marshall,W. R. Caldwell and NOTICE
Ocala, spent Sunday with Mrs. Gales'parents Ellwood Johnson has been on Caldwell.. -,- -

office the coming term. Subscribing Incorporators: Sparr. Lee Grantham. W. D. Eminisor andJ. A. K. Delouet admisiktratw wfthnexed s,4I Ii ..
R. C.
: seekers Mr. and Mrs. Ridge. the sick list for the pist week, but we W. N. CAMP, Lovell. of Kd. Uelouekt giM ..... that ,,.. t t't 1
Next was the treasurer CLAkEN'CECAMP.R.C. : .
: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. CAMP, Eureka. R. W. Holhday, I>. U. Milligan and lath d.,"of & I.****-. *.-,

Messrs. C. L. Bittiuger and T. E. are glad to say that she is improving FR\NK; DRAKF., G. D. Hogans. he will present his iceeuM***4 VMtfencounty t<. 0L <

Elisha Polly at Polly's Mill Sunday CAMP, Levcn. C. P. Pillans T. K. Slaughter and J.LiGare. Judge for final tetife Mt**4 a.. f a
I Pasteur. A..r. Bittinger made a long now. -. JACK discharge. This yth day of Msna

morning. Josu. of Florida. Fairfield. J. A. fhomas, J. B. Devote and A R IHI.OUJo:" t' \
speech in which he made plain his -- ----- State County of Marion. (I J. A. Jones.jr. 311 em 6m ."iiiuMi, ; 1- :, -

reason for seeking the office; his sole Positive Necessity.Having MciNTOSH ITEMS-THE "NO FENCE I hereby certify that before me personally MarteL J. M. T.Carter, W. L. Seckinger and p.-__ .1-

appeared William N. Camp Clarence Camp M. P. Frink. NOTICE OF ELECTION

reason being that he wanted to improve to lay upon my bed (or 14 DODGERS." Jack Camp. R. C. Camp. and Frank Drake eachto Kendrick. C. C. Priest jr.. E. C. UcLeod

days from a severe bruised leg, I only me well known to be the person and persons and G. B. Chappell.The For creating a Special Tax hCMot ta-tr it MFairfteW. i
subscribed his and their names to the fore
Ocala Star. who
his paper, the said inspectors shall canvass returns for J
bottle of and each of
when I used a articles of incorporaticn.
found relief Beans have gone down iu price and going precincts in which they are appointed and turn
did acknowledgebefore IS IIF.KBDGlV1CN 11'
but severally for himself TW AM 1
short them,
Mr 1'asteur'a speech was I ballot box member of Democratic Ex NOTICE
over to
Liniment. can
Ballard's Snow me that he signed the said articles of incorporation will be held at PihUi MS.
the and his it the best the trucker is debating whether or as a subscribing incorporator of ecutive Committee for such precinct.The county between the heirs of* 0..wh a, m MM 1 4
recommend as
word to
every was cheerfully said Articles of Incorporation. and as said sub- Democratic Executive Committee will sundown of iTllt

will be well remembered on medicine for bruises ever sent to the not, it best to let them remain in scribing Incorporator. did acknowledge that he convene at court house in Ocala May 14, 1o4. ltJlI, 3fay II M. A. ft **, ;.
I had subscribed for the amount of Capital Stock (and if second primary on June Jl. 1904)) at u
afllcted. It has now become a positive their fields or shIp-with the crates set opposite his name.I o'clock a. m., to canvass returns of the county. for the purpose of creating a .f..cUl .*. & t_l i
May 10.Last district to be known as the l'ait&eN..1 i fri _
necessity upon myself. D. R. Byrne, advancing in price and the labor further certify that my commission of as notary A.D er of the state democratic executive School Distnct. The boun4 ri. .attt s>*'' "'If
the 12th February
G. 0. Turuer public expires on committee and Marion county democratic executive .
i but not least! Mr. 50c. proposed district as described in a nmtjn ..- 4
merchant, Dovervifle, Tex. 5c. higher this is the question just now. 1905.witness whereof I have hereunto set my committee. fag for Mid election are ...,.., cat>! by .
made an address in favor of the hard Anti-monopoly Drug In affixed official seal, this the 15th SAMUEL R. PYLESrChairman.' order ofthe Board of PubHc Untraertsm S*M wredufolkws 'J
and $1.00. Mr. Cave has the best melon crop hand and my JOHN M. GRAHAM, Secretary. 4 I :
.. .. t.
I day of April,A. D. 1904. __ I -
: road*. Mr. Turner is a hard roads torp..__ m Seall JOSEPH H. HELL, All sections 7,8,17, U 19, $. M uH 41 .(
H we have seen this season, he has [ Public State of Florida at Large. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. township i)south range 11 ea.t sal ....... nI
f man from his! heart, and believes in -BLITCHTON.Our Notary ]. >}. *.. >S,ud 16 of towathlp ij....... fa'fM -if
melons as large as saucers. east.
every man doing his duty in that State of Florida } TTSDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN And to elect three trlUtHt and loll Ikt. Nile
I community was visile d by a We hear the cannonading from the Marion County. U decree rendered by the Hon. W.S. Bullock. of millage to be aMes rd and .B<.... .. Uw j
direction and wound up by saying he Before me personally appeared William N. judge 01 the Circuit Court of thesth Judicial next two ensuing years. -
refreshing shower Monday.All candidates below us. If the gents Camp. Clarence Camp, JacK Camp, R.C. Camp Circuit of Florida sitting in chancery Marion Qualified eicctors at said titrtim ajt M>'<&. -
was willing! to pay double taxes in and Frank Drake a majority of the subscribersto county in a certain cause pending therein tercd and qualified Toters of tU lafcXt. *Spay -
the members of the Blitchtou for legislative honors will make the the above proposed charter who being duly wherein T. A. Lamb is complainant and JosephC. a tax unreal, or personal*.{iettyllri tie. -
order to establish hard roads all over sworn by me each upon his oath did state that Baskin and W1fe' Iarion E. Baskin and East The follow ig person have bm a"*'q.|jd
to come out to same epeechts that they made here they constituted a majority of the subscribers to Florida Ice Manufacturing Co., a corporation.are inspectors and clerk of said eterMwa.
Marion county. By so doing lie said church are requested the above Articles of Incorporation of Crystal defendants said decree rendered on the I9th \\.A. Yongue.A.J. Joa. sat L. L. 1"1'ty _
Saturday next and do the whole county will pee that theyare River Railroad Company, and that it is intendedin day of February..A. D. 1904 I will offer for sale inspectors and J. W. bmoak Cldk.
it would not only improve the countyin the church on good faith to construct,maintain and operatethe to the highest and best bidder for cash. at public By order ol tar Board .! r.Mk Urtro-'tm C
, and railroad mentioned in said proposed charter. outcry. before the court house door south in of .
work is needed Bring your on Floyd's platform even this the Uh day April, 904.
such as
one way but iu many. W. N. CAMP. Ocala. Marion county. Florida. between the Attest: v n. I. tl4l8T"'
dainties. advocate the "no fence" as he does. CLARENCE CAMP hours of ii a. m. and 2 p. m. on the first Mon W, U. CAIX, u.
NOTES. basket of : R.C. CAM i. day in June:: A. D. 1904 twit. I II I bccicury: 4 13

i Messrs. B. R. Blitch, Dr. HUtch, J. They have this "pat" and made FRANK DRAKS. \)-lIlI 6, .1. D.I9'tt.
about hundred JACK CAMP, I
oue '
There were people the following described real property in Marion
W. Coulter ii:. Wever and Willie strong talks for "no fence" here locally Sworn and subscribed before me this I5th day t county Florida to-wit: The south half of the NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR LEAVETO
Holder Inverness Dunn ,
present, 01 April A. D. 1904. sonthwest qnarter of the northeast quarter and
Marlow were in Ocala Monday.The as bub-school in districts. But JOSEPH H. BELL. I the north half of the northwest quarter of the SELLMINERS LAND.
ellon and several other places being [Seal] 4 22 Notary Public. southeast qnarter of section 16. township 14

"' boys of this place had quite a Floyd is the only man who will not south.range 22 east containing forty acres, moreor HISHa8GU'tUITIUrc 1 vfil M1' I _
lepresented.Among r U 1 tit day 01 June. A. O. (404. t to
little fun last week. Boys be careful dodge this issue on the river as was NOTICE to less satisfy, or said so much final thereof decree as and may costs be of necessary suits. lion. Robert Bullook, eo..ty ).!g. Ml .,
those present were the H. M. HAMPTON. Marion county,state of Ktoma at Mi ta

Misses Inez and Cora Ross, Miss Prof. Overhultz left for his home at shown by him two years ago. They NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 5 6 Special Master in Chancery Ocala la said county, for an oMitmea.sguardlaaolthemiaofhl4fl i ....Iit *

such law as executors and executrix, H. Pinion, decused to sell at peiss ....
where T.
it .a is
Sarah McCreery, Pine Levell'a efficient Keuka Wednesday. We bate to give I will take up respectively,of fhe estate of John F. Dunn, deceased ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRED- the following property belonging totowit .....we

to make votes. Floyd will onSaturda" : Southeast quarter of awrtbwnt ;* ,'
school teacher; Mr. G. 0. Turner up such a good mah. favorable the xl day oJ July, A. D. 1901, ITORS. and northeast qoarter oJ sou
talk and will win for the of Marion county section twenty-eight: (JS)township l*.m,* i t
Willie Marlow and sister Mlw makes the same apply to county judge .
!.i- and family, Mr. E. W. W. Jor- i Florida at Ocala Fla. for the purpose of making IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- south range twenty-two(u) east MartM s- .

Arttie, visited Williston last week his! honesty and pluct. Don't drop final settlement their accounts and for NOTICE legatees distributees and all persons tip'1l1orida. _
dan and family, Mrs. H. A. Ross and : final discharge. having claims or demands against the estate of, Said lands belonging to the rsUte f tMThoma Mt4 _
They returned home Sunday accom this "no fence" over there and take H. G, DUNN. Jonn P. Edwards. deceased to present the > U. Fintoa. deceased to he saM au: Id- _
son Frank, Mr. R. Morrison and family Mia :Maude Robinson who W. A. HOCKER, same within two l'earsol they will be barred. best interest of said minor id**
panted by other issues as a dodge, stand as you I Executors. this the 3rd day of February. 1904. This 5th day Qr May, t'4.ib ,

Miss: Jennie Brooks, of Citrus will spend a few days at this Ilace ALICE E. LAW. DOLLY C. EDWARDS. AKXIL ,r', ,"
did here. JOHN.S ITH. -. .t>25. 1" Executrix.. 2561 Administratrix. :
w county Mr,..J". D. Sparkman andH vtith friends aud relatives. ; i, t : p: (. T-


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HARMONY Having been THE PARAMOUNT the leader of ISSUE.the) j 111t1tlttlfllfl11fitHIN1411Nfl11141111R1tt11i1t1414NflfIfl} } !! } 14P1114111Hllflltnntrrnn

deiLomtic party for the last two j
4 prirfcideutial campaigns, Mr. Bryan, :
H'fllJg the distraction existing in its j
ruk, should write a letter to the :
tOunuyadvislng hU followers to let I
' "bygones be bygones" and unite for ABE TEA POT GROCERY. JAKE

common the common enemy.purpose of fighting the

If he should write such a patriotic
s letter he would become the most
popular man in America.
k And if Mr. Cleveland should follow

the faction good example and the it democratic would unify party the This week we want to call your attention to our

would present a solid front to the
' entiuy and victory would at least be

i Why JIOallble.Vote for Henry Gordon for line of Pure Guava Jelly. We have it in 15, 25 and

Sheriff ii
To the Editor of the Ocala Banker.

voter voters Permit to in me the give democratic as reasons a tax payer primary why and the on :: 35c. jars and we guarantee it to be Absolutely Pure, in

May 10 should vote for Henry Gordon.

These Because Because are--as He He follows never Is true:acts to every rashly.duty. E addition to the jelly we have the Orange, Lime and

Because-lIe Is an unswerving democrat -

Because-He believes in law and or-
der. Grape Fruit Marmalade also Preserved Kumpuats If
Because-He always acts justly with F you
aid toward everyone.
Because-He is naturally brave, but
has never acted the bully. '
for Because the office-He of Is sheriff.peculiarly qualified want something good try them. '

Because-He is always absolutely
reliable and responsible.
: Because-He is qualified for the office ..
by and through of like ex-
r k; frlence. F We Have of Just 3
i ability Because-He of the very possesses highest order.executive a Limited Amount Florida Syrup Received

Because-He will do his whole duty,

without the Because fame fear of-He any from, under friend.foe or all influenced"by trying circumstances in qt. Bottles, pt. Jars and 1-2 Gallon Tins. .

I Invariably acts with good
and correct judgment.
Because-He believes in performing
the duties of the sheriffs office in the
true Interests of the people. t Among Fresh Arrivals we have full assortment of Fancy Crackers ,"
Because-He would not favor or follow -
any man, clique or political ring,
t of but such would attempted do his whole Influences duty in spite both in bulk and package. Pineapple Cheese Pine Forest

Because He has been tried
I has such never occasions been"as found try men's wanting souls,many" and Maple Syrup in qt. bottles Fresh Honey in Comb Cave
trust Because that-has He ever has been been true placed to in every his alier Olives 1.2 Stuffed and 1-2 plain Tryphosa in

l hands and would be thesame if elected

clashes sheriff.Because of-Marion He knows county the better criminal than fruit and wine flavor, Also Jello Anchovy & 3 ii

any other man,and also thoroughly .
E how to handle them. understands F Bloater Paste Chattalon Sardines and in T fl
I -lIe has held from the beginning p-
and holds now, the entire confidence t1
and respect of everyone living F Fruits and Vegetables Our Royal) Scarlet
in his home community.
Because-lie, being a man devotedto
home and family, will ever exert Braijd Guaranteed 2nd to None.
himself towards the proper protectionof
every home in Marion county.
'ause-He is a property holder and

form tax payer,tbe' duties, and of therefore this office would in the per-in- We& Have About 150 Bushels Velvet
: f.t'ayers.tere'st of dnd the,as.tlr property. : holders and tax and About 100
Because-He, In temperament, in
good, mature judgment, in long and

manhood thorough, experience proper, firmness, and in and staunch pecuniary bushels Clay Peas Left to Sell-Come Early.

reliability possesses every char-
acteristic necessary to maKe Marion .
county a good, able, strong, uprlgh and -
honorable sheriff.
Therefore, fellow democrats, vote for "
i Henry Gordon. Tax Payer. F Remember We Handle

Climatic Cures.
The influence climatic conditions .

r in much the overdrawn.cure of consumption The poor is patient very "The HAM What AM!" f
and the rich patient toocan do much
better at home by proper attention to F I
food digestion, and regular use of
German J'rup. Free expecteration
in the morning is made certain by
German Syrup, so is a good ni ht'8
rest and the absence oa that weakening F and in buying it will
cough and debiliating night you
west. Restless nights and exhaustion
due to roughing, the greatest .
danger and dread of the consumptive consult
to first
can be prevented stopped by taking us
German Syrup liberally aad regularly. .
Should you be able to go to a warmer
dime,you will find that of the thousands .
of consumptives there, the few Yours for "
who are benefited and regain strength business, .
are thoM who use German byru .
Trial bottle 25c. regular bottle 75c.
For ale by Antimonopoly Drug
Store. *
Foa SAL*-"A large bone, suitable lot term .
.work. Inquire at Steam Laundry. 3-18

Mba Jessie Owens of Sparr, wash
the city Tuesday and said that the TEA POT GROCERY
farmers and vegetable growers in her .
neighborhood was visited with a
most welcome raiu Monday and long, ..... ..1.....
faces'.have given place to pleasant

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