The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 20, 1904
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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

VOL. AXXVII, NO :44 OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY.:: A Y-20, 1904 DOLLAR. A YEARlttitlllllllltlllllllilllllft1111ililllillltlllli

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... TAKE To the Citizens: and Voters ot Marion County. the county the Jacksonville Tlme .Uuion, was *

; In view of the fact that there have democratic committee at the meeting married in Savannah Tuesday nightto : i
I Daniel's Tonic Pillsr i j jfc been: many rumors circulated through held Siturday not included in our Miss KittieStringfellow t ,of Chester, : .,

the various precincts during tilt" Jane tabulated rep rt: I S. C. Owing to a recent bereavementin i !

For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay. 3 I primary detracting from the honesty For Presidential Electors. the bride's family the marriagewas rI J

-se and good character of Mr. John P. Bailey . ....... .. . .1069 :
:: a very quiet one.
:. ::: I view of the fact that Jennings .. .. . . . . .1140 f .
Galloway and in
I == a I Koonce .. .. .. ... . . ,11')3- For a number of years Mr. Lafon- t about Ocate nerd }

: -- :,- --- I these rumors ire now iieiuu circulatedand : Newton . . .. .......... .. .1110 lissee was the city editor of the Crops i J

I _r : :_: --- rr I will continue to be circulated Stonemau . . . . .1100 Gainesville Sun and is well known in } water just now.V.. cant

', ; =J: during the present primary, we, till"undt'r4ignt'd For Member National Democratic circles throughout the : irrigate them, but w. can i.
L -- i i'S! citizens of Ocala take : and do thank our friend
i :: Sr Committee: state. He has a large number of
:';,) ::: this method of denius all these Browne . . .. . .739 : for their patrooage and : '
( :-:: .' .. -: _-_ I Gibbons . . . .. . .. .19_;' frieuds ic Ocala, who will be very 2 ask them to direet their :

, -== ,. "I :-: rumors. Pope . . ..... .. .. . 289 I much interested in his marriage.Mr. : neighbors to us. :
the that Mr.
years For Delegates National Democratic and Mrs. Lafontissee are it
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-- / Gallony h-n resided in Ocala we Convention State at home to their
I i'S Large. friend at the Everett i
; == :: 1 have each of us personally known App1 yard . . . .. .. . 674 hotel, Jacksonville.The :j

=-= '- V-=:; him and can testify to his good Beard . . . . . . 654 1

== ; Bryau T E .. . . .. . .. .606
f character, honesty, sobriety and S. A. L. railway will run a
Bryan W J . . . .... .. 702 Z I
i t ; POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. 1 1 1 gentlemanly conduct at all times He Carbon . . .. . . .. . .572Hlllman special excursion to Tampa May 23. h10NHOE R [ & t CHAL16IISS!

.. has proved himself an excellent citizen .. . . . .. . .819 tickets good until May 26. Price i2 I
. :: Prescription receive careful attention.------- --- and all rumors derogatory to his L'Engle . . ...... . 606 from Ocala. Tampa is now the busiest I : BANtERS
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., 'II honesty and good character we moat For Delegates First CongressionalDistrict city on the gulf and this if a good ap- j Ocala /feehe :
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postirely deny. He is an honest: portunity to see it. :. ... ... ... :
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I I1111II II I Chambers . ....... .. . .958 I e
.-. -' T4I I I! sober and intelligent man as we by Fuller ......:........... ............. . .625 I 1 -.
our sifenatures hereby testify.w. Jordan .. ........... .. ..'.. .....547

J. Edwards, Mayor.M. McRea .. .: ........... ..........51! SEEDS.If .
i DavidJlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIII S. Fisnel, ExMayor.John. Secretary of State: f

I I G. Reardon, Atty at Law. Broome ........... . .... ..........609 you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans, goobers,

LANDS. R S. Hall, Naval Stores.R. Kirk .. ......... ................... . .141
chufas whipporwill clay cane or lady finger beam
L. Anderson, Atty at Law. Crawford . . . .. . :. .. .631 peas, ,
William Hocker, Atty at Law.T. Attorney General: English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties

B. Snyder, Merchant.Z. Ellis . . . . . ........ .653 field corn, and all field and garden seed,

lands r wish to sell or C. Chambliss, Banker.R. St. Clair.Abrams .... . .. 713 Call on or write,
phosphate you
. If you hare any A. Burford, Atty at Law. Superintendent Public Instruction:

lease on royalty communicate with him. J. 8. Sternberger, Real Estate. Holloway . . . . . .791 The Ocala Seed Store

I, Geo. G. Mathews. Sheats .......... . .............. 602 Sole Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick.
Wm. Anderson, Druggist.D. Adjutant-General: I

Ii i II Woodrow, Real: Estate.W. Foster ...... .. .. .......... . S98 ; .

Office next to Dr.Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. A. \V aid, Justice of Peace.F. Tho.uas . .. . ........... 377
E. Harris, the Banner. Justice of Supreme Court: I I I

J -- D. M. Smith, Physician.J. Cockrell . . . .. .. ........... .731 -- ---

I I F. Crawford, ExMarshal.T. Henry ......................... ......... 6o2 We are prepared: to furnish j

SLI2ABST2 HAS2IS Local Editor 1. Mr. Joseph H. Wise, of Thomas-I W. Smith, Merchant Shocirelford ...... . ... . ... .916Whittield OCALA OCALACE

IW is in the and te registered R. R. Carroll, the Star.C. ............... . . ......913 ,
yule, city &
e i 'I ICE &
I II Ocala House. L. Bittinger, the Star.J. For Judge 4 Circuit Court: I 'IO-u1

HAPPENINGS\ ABOUT TOWN. the i j R. Martin, Liveryiuau. Bullock W S ....... ........ ........1299 PACKING PACKING V
left Wnl- J. D. Williams, Ex Marshal.F. Members State Executive Committeeat I
Mrs. C.)1. jr.,
returned home i G. B. Welhe, Jeweler. Large : COMP HY, On sport notice at COMPANY. V
T. Izlar any
L. I Charleston and Sumter, f?
Major I nesday for Chas. V. Miller, Abstracler.: Adams . . . . . . .,. .601 point city or state ;
Tuesday from a visit to Blackville, S. I C., where she will spend several I II j jI Joseph Bell, Atty at Law.P. Anderson . ........... .............. .55C:

C. I months with relatives and friend R. Lester, Saw Mill., Bahl 1 ....... ...... ... . ..... .496
Mrs. J. H. Gillen left Tuesday for II I Geo. H. Ford, Banker.! Blitch . .. ............ ... .. .786
remain several II I Rev. Henry W. Little returned R. B. Bullock, Atty at Liw. Blouut .. ........ ................ .51';
Bainbridge, Ga. to n l
i home Wednesday afternoon from Chas. H. Mathews, Farmer.J. Bryan .. ..... .. ....... ... .. .742Clough

.t eeks.Mrs.. I he several D. Robinson, Naval Stores.J. ................ . ........... 496
Orange Lafce, where spent T. W. SMITH & COMPANY
Chamblis3 vent down to H. Mathews, Mgr Ice Plant. Codringtou .........e........ .......-.....527:
Z. C.
the of Mrs. Stewart.
several days with family F. B. Becfcham, Merchant. Crawford .........?.. ..... ... . .625
Tuesday to spend HARDWARE !
Lakeland formerly John Pasteur, In. Mk & Brands. Dodd . ..... . ............ .452
Mrs. Dora Fox, of Atlanta, -
weeks with friends.Mr. W. P. Edwards, City Market.S. I Farmer . ..... .. .... .. ......;548 ,.
-- a resident' of this city, is visiting W. Teague, Real Estate. i Fletcher: . . .................. 635 We carry a full line of Builder's Materials, such as Deers, Saab,

0. D. Ball, of the Ocala Pine relatives: here, having accompaniedher Max Newberger.Com Salesman. Garuett ....... . ........ ... 341 Blinds, Paints, Oils Varnishes, Etc.

t, Company, ia In Jacksonville, and is brother, Mr. Sol Benjamin to John M. Martin, Farmer.D. Healy.............. ..?............ .. .411Heualey ',

at the Aragon. Ocala Wednesday. A. Miller. ....... .... .....'......... .407HenJry
W. R. Caldwell, Farmer.J. ............ _.,..... .. . 353 ,
4 Mr. L. D. Beck, after several days' Mr. E. L. Ryan, of Jacksonville, E. Biiley, Notary Public.C. I I hooker . . .... .. . . 704 or, i

jury duty, returned to his: home in train master for the 8. A. L. is in the L. Anderson, Atty nt Law.I I, Long . .. ... . . .. ..........569 All kinds of Agricultural Implements, Elwood, Kpfctwao at

Montezuma McCreary ..... . .... .. ..391 American Wire Fencing.
Flemlngton Tuesday. the city and is: stopping at the Climatic Cures.
IMcalf . .....-.. .. .. .. . 409 I Give call. We'll satisfMOII.
I The iufluenceof climatic conditions us a guarantee you
. )Ir. Mclaughlin, of Fairfield, was hotel. Milton .. .. ............ .. ..408 -
in the cure of consumption is very V
the visiting strangers in the tesr8. C. V. Roberts, E. C. Smith much ovtrdrawc. The patient Phillips .40 T. W SMITH & CONPANY.
among poor Smith .................. .. . . 377 .
c city on, Tuesday.Mr. and D. E. .Mclver are in Jacksonville, I and the rich patient. toocan do much Whittier i ............ . . ..........450 Wdst Side Public Squire. '
better at home by atteutiou I
for attending tln> meeting of the frtatf I proper to For Convention. . ....... 1S2 ..
Hal Eagletou left yesterday food and of .
diction, regular
ue ....... .
Association of funeral directtrs: and Against Convention. . 44S
where he will go into the : German Syrup. Free expecterationin
Tamp, embalmers. Tlit'It ill remain until the morning is made certain For County Member State Committee : ,. Speciai Sale Sewing Machines.
brokerage and real estate business.: by Zewadski . . . .. . . 1055;
the latter part of the week. German Syrup, so is a good night'srest
For Judge of County Court:
!i friends of John P. Galloway and the absence os that weakening Bullock Robt . ........... . .1345 We Lat-ea large number of Sewing;: Machine* that little Shell '
Mr. D. W. Burns, who ha! been cough and debiliating night IIsed-*omc but little-that we Mil eloM, out at Hartal I'rlert
campaign, For Clerk circuit Court: Tue'MJ machines have been overhauled
thoroughly by etperieneed
,*i entering upon a vigorous spending a portion of the pist two sweat. Restless nights and exhaus- S. T. Sislruuk. . .. . .. 1469 workmen and all worn parts! replaced ...ulna".h' im
but they propose that it shall be transparently weeks in Ocala in the interest of the tion due to coughing; the greatest Eor Tax Collector: good as new' tor "service. Each machine is adjusted, tried, Hula

clean. danger and dread of the consumptivecan . . guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our More. < HH
t Florida 'fimt- .UnioJ, left Tuesday Carney . . 1370 .
be prevented or stopped by taking .. I)(' seen and tried, it desired.,
and other -- ---- We will sell there machines low for cash., Pricertti'
has to afternoon for Leesburg German very
D.)1. Smith gone up Syrup liberally and regularly.
Mrs. Constables from $ 1.00 to $12 00. and each is a bargain at the price.We .
t I Jasper to!spnd: a week as the guest of points in the state. Should you be able to go to a warmer Ocala-Bullock, 263; Hutson 110. are agents; for the celebrated<< "A'ew Home and ""'Ill'f lr
Mrs. Frank clime, you will find: that of the thous- t Wilson" ,sewing .Machines-with without hottou-hule at
Mr. and Reddick-Pulliam, 25.FlemingtonIcEwen
I her friends I at-I I
Thornton Atkinson tachment.Ciraphophoucs.
Mr. an ands ot consumptives there, the few '
60; Walker 1. and records. .\ ('ruphophone and (t UiM*.ril.
tachee of the Atlantic Coast Line who are benefited and
: regain strengthare
Cotton Plant-Hudgens, 3; Dean, 6. for M .00. Furniture and Ilon.e Furnishing" Uoods<< H. -
I The counters in M. Fi hel'zJ store are ottices at Wilmington, N. C., i ia visiting those who use German !Syrup.: Romeo Guilfoyle: 1; Petteway 17. "SMITH-S.'' .Special attention to mail order*,

t being beautified with a new coat of his parents at Martin. He was in Trial bottle 25c. regular bottle 75c. Camp Izzard-Davis, 5. Ocala Furniture Company-
For sale by Antimonopoly Drug
paint. )Ir. Charlie 'Brown :s: the Ocala Tuesday on his way home from Store. Shady Grove-Jones, 22. _
Summerfield-Dillard, 12; Scott, 3.
artbt. Fort Myers, where he spent several Commencement
; i .. Ocala High School Lake Weir-Fort, 10; Griggs 14.
He the Fort Myers sec-
)Ir. Sidney Whaley has gone to days. says Exercises. Moss Bluff-Morrison, 19.

jl Madlsou to visit hU family who are tion is pretty good, but be hadn't yet The Ocala'High School commencement Orange Pprings Heggs: 5.

found anything to equal old Marionfor Citra-Beal, 2; Boyd, 130. ,
spending several mouths there with eserciees will be held at the J SUITS
Anthony-Leitner, 27; Stewart, 1; SUMMER
agricultural pursuits.
l relative Mr. Ernest McGabagin isit armory tonight and it is hoped that Neal, 1.Martin.

t f in charge: of )Ir. Whal y's business Messrs. Fishel, Bittengerand Bigg, the attendance will be large. The exercises -Townsend, S.

l during his absence. the committee appointed by the boardof will be most interesting and en Stanton-Squire, 18;' Allen, 1; Ly- } FOR

I trade to get up plans for _a Fourth tertaining.As tle, 2. -
Mr. Z. C. CI ambits and Dr. \Vil j has already been announced in Blitchton-Wilson, 50. MEN and BOYS.
i of July program, are anxious for our
1 Belleview Barrett, 11 Pejot 16.
[t Ham Anderson went down to Crystal citizens to make known to them whatis this paper there will be au admission \lcIntosh-Cramer, 77. ..j 1.j

t i River TUE-Miayafternoon to enjoy the wanted on that occasion. Help the charged. The srno'unt is small only Pedro-Proctor, 18.Dunne.JlonKeenI. We have a number of Suits thai we wa M ,yeti\

i week fishing Mr. 0. T. Green went 25c and is in reach of all. This is !; Watklne, 50.CaBdler .
matter: along by making suggestocs.Foa
before the is ami ire o"w. lli k-
summer over .,
afternoon. They are Caldwell, 4. C .
down Sunday I i done in order to pay: for the reut of -

anUepii! rare! sport. -S"'LElarge horse, dtutable for farm the school organs, pianos, etc., that Levon-Lucius, 23; Hardware, 1; Pil- ducements to prospective buyer.
work. Inquire atSteara: Laundry.. 3-18 tans, 1.
are in use at the school and we know
Atuoog the victors in the city Tuesday Kendrick.-Whitebt'a.dr 16. You can buy a:nice soil from u for 1'.1': lain
The reading: club held its regular that no one will object to the admis- Martel-L. X. Miller 27.
atoll the
w* weekly meeting Tuesday afternoon sloe or be unwilling to pay the witne. Fairfield Dodd, 27: Matfcews, 34. as any.that you have ever seen for $10.00.
Messrs.A. I .
from Duunellon: I>r. Griffith, : I
with Mips Lilla BrulUb '. Germany's: :
) Quick Arrest. : Summer Normal
15 Kibler, All rtui Yogt, H. G. Come and bttv'tnp.

"r, Keen, .\. J. Turner, l}. 1-'. Allen and :greatest author: and poet: Goethe, was I J. A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala., I The Oransr SpringNormal and
the sut-jeet of study for the afternoonand I was twiee in the hospital from a severe Cooimt-rciftt Institute will oped foi;

I Ht'I..} Gordon -- tho! e contributing to the program case of piles causing 24 tumors. After its fifth summer term OD June 13, I
doctors and all remedies had failed, AdvHBiagesexcellent, expenses light] STORE.AlANI
t'titfze par ware time were Miss Weathers and 1Ir,. Teague
**" norne iftnuaft getting a. Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly arrested gulpher spring free. If Interested .
i l r otutty Learn amore. uj your and the afternoon wa a most pleasantone. further inflammation and cured address J. H... Briuson, principal

.....-..01 clllClln--lIt the Tablet to Home luna Study$l.Leuoas ktepiBi"L".u....yen.APJthlllcti... Mist need wtjrm ,. The club will meet with Mrs. him. It conquers aches and kills 1 Gainesville, or L. L. Meggs, Orange

AtgsUS.teooetryrauNt.khetonc p.1 auaKa...k..Lata.etc.Ct4tuan. Tea ttc.berasdedtopus''-( w.Ll au"1".allli.adoas.ot'a1a& ,II.vny'.. Teague next week. \iaia. 25c. at T)diDgi& Co. m Springs. 513 dlt w2r. \ '

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that In [Marion County Itemocrot.] SEEAN. The Sunday School Convention of All HumorsAre

It will be s{> the campaign Marion
of the
Mrs. Robert Bullock, who baa been The primary Is past, and though theDemocrat's the Eastern District

I' quitill for several days, was very just closed that Hon. N. B. Broward candidates are defeated.we Whatever else Mr. Taliaferro may Baptist Association to be held with impart matters whkh tU skis,

i' much better: yesterday much to the received a surprisingly large vote. It have no complaint to make. "We con- have won, he has certainly won the the First Baptist Church of Ocala, liter, kidneys and other orjia ui
take cart of without hety Urt
will alto be noted that Mr. Broward sidered Governor Jennings the best not U
R of the 1904.(
delight of her many friends.A respect people. May 28th and 29th, inch tn accumulation of t&en
man In the race for United States sen- I
ink than i
used perhaps more printers' .... PROGRAM.-SATURDAY.
forty pound watermelon is on ex ator, basing our Judgment on his admirable They Utter the whole tritea.
any other of the candidates. He This primary is all right, but the Introductory sermon,
11:00 a. m. boils ttzea ifrj
hibition in the window at Taylor'spopular and stainless administration.We Pimples, o&t
flooded the state with the little book men who planted the seed must'be .
, ice It were sure Florida's Interests wouldbe Rev. J. M. Deveneau. eruptions, low of appetite, tfet rt4

t cream parlors. wasplaced containing his biographical sketch and well served by him In Washington terribly surprised at the crop. 2:30 p. m. Address of welcome byJ. feeling, bilious tanu, tits of sea.
there by Air. \V. A. Pelot and
I his criticisms upon the other candidates but the people thought otherwise. Sen- N1i G. Spurlin. Alternate W. T. Guy I tlon, dull heitUei tad ttttf tip

r was grown at Wauchula in Manatee and the issues involved in the ator Taliaferro received 500 more votes "The dad of the primary" must Response Rev. H. C. Mirtiii. trouble are due toHood's tMm

than Governor Jennings and Hon. J. N. ,
the truth of the old
campaign. It i id said that his postage now appreciate session Org nizition. .
C. Stockton together, and only the fact 3:00 p. m. Business Sarsaparilla
During the excitement of tie fire alone amounted to twenty-five proverb to the effect that "it's a wise
,C that ex-Senator Call received a thous- Reading reports, Enrolling
". last night a thief entered the residence hundred dollars. child that knows its own father." and Pills
and votes by mistake prevented \Ir.Taliaferro messengers, Appointing committees
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller and stole s nomination. We have no ....
w The size of Hon. C.M. Browu'a vote
DISCUSSIONS. Remove All komori, oven*** i3
therefrom a quantity cut glass and fight to make on Senator Taliaferro. People who Lave experienced any
was also a surprise to even bib closest 1st. Query. "How can we have their effect, streie gtiB, toM &Q4
; other articles of value. Trunks were "We know when to lay down our hand. trouble in pronouncing Taliaferro's
friends. An investigation will show training schools for our Sunday invigorate: the whole .7.....
The people have declared him their
also rifled of their contents. name need fear no difficulty with that
S --.-- -- that he also was a liberal user of choice and no one should dispute their Schools?" Led by J. A. Stevens, of -I UJ salt rtxaa oo nj Uadt M UU
of his opponent, which is simply mud.
The Ocala base ball team will go printers' ink. Hi picture and his decision. If they do they are doomedIn Jitra. could not work. I took Howl'i femftr&t

advance to defeat. Hon. J. N. C. .... and It drove out tU totSMf. I ,"tfamin
down to Tampa Monday night and platform appeared in nearly every 2nd. "A hat is expected of Sunday
Stockton would do a great, noble act The Metropolis, which has been dividing DM till tu tort dtuFaued.e KM
will play of ball with the nine newspaper in Florida. Besides, from school teacher?" 1Jr Will Hocker. lu O. BBOVI, >sam l9r<< FH4 ....
its senatorial between
If he would refuse to run In the second support
of that city on their diamond Tues time to time there appeared Inter- 3rd. "Which is best to be bright Hood's l..r..parin pr ml..t tt
primary, and bow to the will of the Stockton and Jennings, is cruel to its
day afternoon. This will be the first views his candidacy in of cur and kMp the preml.!
boosting many people. It would make him a more candidates. It now cartoons them a's and entertaining and get all kinds

game of the season played by the newspapers, and his picture and his popular man and when the time for the people into the Sunday School, or to -
looking like a 25 and a 5 cent piece in
Ocala nine and they are anticipatinga platform adorned the fences and pine next election rolled around, he wouldbe the order named. make Bible study and character build- .' SV C.1)I.l'n.
Invincible. This is
our opinion on-
great game. trees along nearly all the public ins the main objects?" By O. W.
ly. :Mr. Stockton has an undisputedright
,v. Pot COM*HUH****.-I......, aNeq.resy.
Up to Wednesday last 179 carloadsof thoroughfares in nearly every countyin to run but we see defeat for him The candidate who takes his chances Barker, of Anthony. self acaa-iidate far reilnHii M wale II

Irish potatoes had been shipped the state. In his speech in Jack written on the wall In letters of fire, In a primary should also take his 7:30 p. m. Song service. Mrs. J. the board ot eouftty aoaahiiMim, eel tlst

sonville he frankly confessed that his but a broad path to public esteem If he I r', Porter. that my pelt r aw4' M MM...*.<%to ... ..q
from Fla. and 225 carload medicine like
Hastings a man.
the votersf the ..M4 iLtitll w aU1 sl Mat
will be sent to market fmm that terri- campaign expenses amounted to over bows to the people's will so distinctly N60 7:45 p. m. Does Sunday schoolwork the primary*.tee >"*< ,... 1

tory before the season ends. It is es- three thousand dollars. expressed. May's vote was a surprise to his pay? Rev. E. M. Dunklin. -- -- M W I.-ci.-
simated that 80,000 barrels, at from The friends of Hon. Dannitte Mays GovernorshipOur friends in the wrong way; now let us SUNDAY. foa :e.arT C.MIIIM MM *4 it.1. _
candidate defeated. He The r.emtaf Um.a.alk a. n J rerM!! ,
$3,50 to {4 per barrel, ill be mar- were amazed the smallness of his was all pull together to make Bob Davis' 9:t5 a. m. Regular Sunday school. present to the i........ ......N .......

eted.-Jacksonville Metropolis.We vote, but the reasons thereof are not made a great run, polling over 9000 vote in the second primary a surprisein 10:30 a. m. Sunday school talk. colllmialiG.en' ...... MM ..... tk T. P
votes, not one of which was bought or .
I Smith for.M.!f Maatiiliand ., i..4
hard to discover. Mr. Mays sent out the other -Tallahasse Talla Rev. H. C. Martin.
unduly Influenced in any manner. No way. I asks tier iappa t hr **. '. tea .....,
learn from the Atlanta Journal I
1 no literature. Of the more than one great forces were behind him; he has e an. 11:00 a. m. Sermon by Re1... D. H. M IMWMMttPU. ci i',...aPlemiagws

that the Parker delegates were elected .
hundred and fifty papers published in made no combines with any state or BELLEVIEW.The Geiger.

from Florida, that the unit rule will Florida his platform appeared only iu county candidates. We accept the result 2:30 p. m. Huw can the childrenbe Pita c sir 0Mt...,.......-...Iiug slat tan

be applied and Florida is counted on : and are proud of the showing utUladerttr rtps.LM aaa.aMUSar Ma
nine. Outside of his traveling expenses six months old daughter of Mr. induced to interest themselves ....
made. Who Hon. C. II. Brown will 5th dutnct M tie /N sassy es.aere.
solid Parker And before
as a state. yet -
it is: said he spent nothing, I support in the second primary, we do and Mrs. Sam Barret died of cholera more in the study of the Sunday era I hereby ...! In. ay sdl/stg to *.
the primary suCh a thing as a posttwn .sW.m Ie tit ....... petwp
and his small vote may be traced to not know. But the editor of the Marion infantum Friday noon, the funeral school lesson? By Mis- Fannie C W. TC.. tPol
Parker delegate or any one runningas Democrat offers whatever he
that fact. Clark. --- -
wax held Saturday morning and the -
such was never mentioned. The do individually and editorially to the O'.M...... -I lwtM Mil lilt ....
Hon. R. W. Davis had no literary remains were interred In Belleview 3:00 p. m. What shall we do with port of thedMHitaUtfur ......eI W aN Lehr
Journal has wheels in its head. Hon. Robert W. Davis, for In our hum-
bureau and with the exception of his our boys? W. 8. Bullock. my elttUsu .. a strew 41 IK ...bard Ot
,. ble opinion he is the best man left in cemetery. count/ _.1.......,... aed .4 lb.... 4.

Why smallpox, scarlet firs, etc address to the people of Florida sent the race. We fought him aggressivelyand Miss Kate Mitchell, of ummer- 3:30 p. m. Business session. my duty aicounty. a "....ult.... Mf ltoV ete110

p prevail*during the winter, is told in out no other document. He relied fairly. Now we are going to fight field, has been the guest of her aunt, 7:30 p. m. Song and praise serviceby B. MMtTT

solely upon a personal canvass, and for him to the best of our ability, because Rev. B. I. Hull.
Mrs. J. A. Mitchell.
"Care of Invalids issued by the medical
Few LuSr a.-ma ..... .
department of the Mutual Life the smallness of his vote is also a I he Is an ex-Confederate soldier. 1 he Belleview base ball team wentto 8:00 p. KI. Sermon. calldWate for Uw. ... tI ..i. tI lhellla

himself and his friends. There is nothing in the record of his county wi'|tst t.tik* '11 .... ptteeSNN ..
surprise to
Insurance Company of New Yorkand long service in Congress that can be Ocala Friday to play asecond game Returned Homo. be held a toe *. J... MMMlfully shun

sent on request to those who address Hon. J. N. C. Stockton sent out a'',! brought against him and we admirehis with the Ocala Juniors. Being short loMctt the nippm rt aft w deasttU JI
I Mr. Arthur Masters, after a little voters of MariM... .
vast Quanity of literature, but made unfailing good nature displayedeven Itlfr 1 .
the home office of the Company Nas two: men the Belleview's were badly
more than a fortnight spent at Miami JOHN r. am.*f
the mistake af attacking the whole i when his opponents accused him ---- -- --- -
eau, Cedar, William and Liberty Beaten with a score of 18 to 4.
of turn the whole and other points on the east coast, returned ,
determination to
Pea Snaai" -I AKN,uu.atralptre .
of the of Florida and w.didate
streets, New York City.Mr.Broward'scelebrated. press Mr. Tom Mitchell and baby returned .
I state over to the railroads. From Mr. home Sunday morning much IiK the...d times taaaq

nearly everybody else in general, and Broward's now famous map, one 'ouldthink Sunday from a visit of several in health and subject U the ..... et IM dwrMMk p.i....
book and instead of making for him friends he improved was very If omiaatai a 4 ....*.* I ......M petfirbl
there but weeks with relatives in Oxford and
was nothing swamp or much pleased with the beauty, activity tat...... saM 'M....f all MIIIt
little seem to have made quitean drove his friends from him and
map away overflowed land from Gainesville to Lakeland. HffV.V GOIIir.
and enterprise of that section.Mr. .
impression upon the voters of his small vote is directly the result of Key West. They say in some places Dr. Alfred AL hire was in town last
that they think that if Broward is Masters is a member of the H. ,
Florida. As Mr. Broward and Mr.
his indiscretion and want of tact and I week shaking bands with friends. He
elected he will divide up South Flori- B. Masters wholesale and retail store
Davis were inclined to devote considerable judgment.
da and give every voter eighty acres left Friday for Grabamville. of this city, and is a very keen

attention to one another previous Senator Taliaferro's: campaign was of land, and the only reason he did not Mr. Amos Nott is very ill.
I observer and says that while there III
to the first primary, an exceptionally all the votes that he forgot to
managed with admirable kili. It get was Mr. Alvnii Lui'ius is away ou a
warm campaign for the gubernatorial mention the mule. great deal of push and progress all
wan absolutely void of vilification fishing and hunting expedition with
nomination in the second Captain Broward was an advocate of along the east coast he dots not
and abuse and his answers to the his father-lu-Iaw, Dr. Abshlre.
the divorce and dispensary bills two think the mercantile establishments .
primary may nfideutlyexpected. arguments of his opponents were complete measures that sit heavy on our stom- A typographical: error occurred in show
Pensacola Journal. any more enterprise than
and overwhelming, and were ach. Therefore we believe and are sure last wetl.'s issue, which stated that .
those! of Ocala and are not more'
placed in the hands of every the people of Florida will on June 7 the "school population were out in
The good ship "Three Friends" is a handsome or uptodate.Mr. NATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE
that Hon. Robert W. Davis shouldbe
a little the worse for its collision with voter in the state, and his say of Florida. force on Sunday to attend the funeral: Masters himself is progressive' Atlanta. IU.Trfus PN.M4.od: lets.

pheuonemally large vote was the governor of Uncle Pete Anderson i lab. r..*. ou..... at tt* .|... Mi"
the mighty craft "Public Sentiment," a respected along all lines and through the .....,*. P.nUrt*. Ptimt Ihra/a. ,...,.. suebrut.
result. j Stews ft.,.... Ml-seraa ssw.
which occurred May 10, but it has The Richest Man in the World. member of the race, instead, pf the liberal use of printers ink and the "tk ....a ''If lit.......... .*v *rC

been hauled upon the ways for repairs We think it is clearly establishedthat The richest man in the world could "colored population," aa was intended. employment of other up-to-date -

and proposes to attempt another tripto the newspapers and printing not have his kidneys replaced nor JOSH.McCarrollMixon. methods is building up a trade that U

presses were a large factor in the primary live without them it j is ---0
the harbor of Public Office. Meanwhile so important in every way creditable to Ocals.:

the harbor has been mined and campaign and will continue to ; not to neglect l these oran;. if Fnley's .

Mr. Tom McCarroll and :Miss Helen Band Concert.
be&o when
the submarine fireworks will be judiciously employed. kidney cure i is taken at the b'rst sign

touched oil June 7. Then, look out Taliaferro by Large Majority. of danger, the symptoms will disap Mixon were married the home of Soon after the fire last night quite a

for the fragments.-Tampa: Tribune. pear and your health will be restoredas the ride at Williston Wednesday number of our citizens enjoyed. a delightful
Senator James P. Taliaferro was t
-- -------- night. concert from the Ocala
it strengthens and builds up these Cornet

Ocala people have a great fondnessfor nominated in the state primary held organs as nothing else will. Oscar:: The groom formerly lived at Gainesville Band. The selections ware all due .

White Springs and when there last Tu s lay by a large majority, and but has a fine government posi- and were repeatedly
Bowman, of Lebanon, Ky., writes: encored. The

usually make their headquarters at he will be returned to Washingtonfor "I have used Foley's Kidney Cure tion at New Orleans. He is a graduate citizens of Ocala_are certainly under

the.Pax toil 1I0u*e. This famous ho:,- another six years. The Recordall and take preat pleasure in stating it of the Alabama Polytechnic Instituteof obligations to the members of this or- S

telry now enlarged to a capacity of along believed that the democrats cured me permanently of kidney Auburn and is a splendid young ganization and the beauty of it is that

100 guests i is ready for the summer of the state would reward this faith- disease which certainly would have man. He has been a fratjuant visitorto these concerts are to be kept up all -

business. It is the nearest hotel to ful servant with another term in the cost me my life." Postoffice Drug Ocala and has quite a number of summer.

the spring, i is managed in first-class senate of the United (:States: and the I Store. 111 friends here. The bride is a sister of Too much praise cannot be bestowedupon

order and the rated are extremely rea- violent and disreputable attacks made Miss Pauline Mixon and a sister-in- them. Jerry Burnett,

him the. A Card From J. L. Smoak.To .
souable. The springs now are in the upon campaign the law of Sirs;C. J. Phillips, of this city, _-
people the the People of Marion County Circuit
over slate resented, as we Court.
finest and is
i'oseiblecondition.The a lovely young woman.

said they would do, at the polls last I take this method of expressing my Mr. C. J. Phillips and Mr. Sandford The third week of the circuit court Merchant

Ladies Cemetery Associationheld Tuesday. His big majority is certainlya sincere thanks and gratitude to the began its session Monday.
Jewett, a class mate of Mr. McCar-

their regular monthly meeting great blow to the hopes of Messrs. friends who stood by me so faithfullyin rol's, attended the wedding. Most of the day was consumed in

yesterday afternoon at the residenceof Stockton and Jennings. They were the late contest for the office of the trial of Dave Michael for a capital Tailoring.

Mrs Edward Badger. The same sure that they could defeat him and sheriff of Marion county, and to those Birthday Party. offense, and unless an appeal is taken

onh tnt were re-elected for the next in their attempt to do so they used a whq voted against me I assure them I Mrs. Charles K. Sage issued the following or tho pardoning board intervene,

six months, viz: Mr*. It A. Burford, great deal of money, how much the treasure no unkind feeling. invitations yesterday for the he will hang. Ocala Florida. ,

president; Mrs. J. J. Gerig, first vice public will never know, but it doubtless For my opponents in the race I en- birthday party of her eldest daughter. Will DeBose, the diamond thief Finest Imported and
Saturday,the twenty-first of May
president; Miss i Nellie Stevens, second ran up into the many thousands.But tertain only the kindest:: feelings. Our Is Fannie May Sage's birthday. who burglenzed Dr. Eagleton's real- Domestic Cletbs. .

vice-president; Mrs. Frank Harris, justice, honesty and fairplay intercourse Come out and hunt daisiesTo dence Gutting itslfx'7118
during the campaign was ,was tried for two offenses and a S..
secretary; Mrs. It. McConathy, triumphed and Florida and her pass the time away. OttQf8
people most amicable.To 44 south Second Street. 3 to 6 p. m. was given all told twenty years. .

treasurer. Other matters of imfwrt- are to be congratulated in the -
the friends who supported me 1 Miss Fannie's friend are looking

ance were brought up and plans for junior senator's victory over the com- have no suggestions to make as to howor forward to a most happy time tomor- Youthful Couple Woddod.

' continuing the splendid work of the bined forces that were at" work to for whom they should test their row. Wednesday youthful couple'drove 0

association were discussed. accomplish his defeat. votes in the second primary. Indeed, A Startling Test. in to Ocala to secure a marriage license UcIVER and tiACKA I
--- -- ---- -
Volusia shows well in the Talia- To life Dr.T. G. Merrit The same was issued to them
Warning. up I feel that they would regard it as pre- save a of and the 1a@i

ferro column. His majority in the No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startlingtest ceremony was performed by
in do Notary
You cannot have good health unless sumptious me to so. Aliii.FUNERAL

your kidneys are sound, for the kid- county over Stockton, Jennings and I also feel very grateful for the hospitality resulting in a wonderful cure. Public Sumpter Bullock. .
fie writes, "a patient was attacked
neys filter the blood of impurities Call is 283.-Yolusia County Record. and courteous treatment! I received with violent hemorrages, caused by The contracting parties 'were Mr.

which otherwise act as irritating poi- Arthur Farrell
For Davis and Taliaferro.C. in my canvass in all parts of ulceration of the stomach. I had of- and Mi* Minnie
sons and break down the delicate organs Parrish
ten found Electric Bitters excellentfor eighteen
the The old friends that I and
f of the body and cause serious M. Brown, jr., editor of the county.
: acute stomach and liver troubles fifteen. After they
s trouble. If you have kidney or blade Marion Democrat,it will be seen froman met and the new outs that I made so 1 prescribed them. The (Ipatient went on their were married they DIRECTORS.:

der trouble and do not will be way rejoieiug.FOLEYKIb1EYCIJRE.
use Foley'sKidney always gratefully remembered.
article printed elsewhere, will sup gained from the first, and has not had i _
Cure you will have only yourself port Taliaferro and Davis in the With "malice toward no one and an attack in 14 months." Electric

to blame for results, as it positively Have a full stock .r Utma..I.'...
second primary.The good will to all," I am, Bitters are positively guaranteed for .
all forms of and
cures kidney dyspepsia Indigestion, constipationand i audBurUlOotflu.Embalming. Speef l g4vw tilri
bladder di eas's. Poaloftice Drug thing begins to look like it will Very respectfully, troubles.
I kidney Try them. tfn Itt II.
t. ';, .. Store.) m be unanimous. J. L. SMOAK.: : Only oOe. at Tydings&Co. m r
s Xldam sad
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to Orderiw'

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As You LiKe It

Report of the Board of Trade. A
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR Was Killed by an Accident to His I

I Engine Near Ycrk Sunday, Showing that Ought to Commend That is about the way The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York

I This Itself to the Voters. issues policies in these days of varied requirements In business and fim 8f Jic.
community was inexpressibly
I shocked to learn uf the accident, The Board of Trade and the city Mr. Ebe Walter, of Clarksville Del., writes :

ROY4N I which resulted in the death of Mr. council acting iu harmony, and a

I James M. Benton, of this city near both of these bodies having The feature which I particularly about my policy i*that Ute longer I ttvc
..... the more I get and that during the balance of my life there!a Bothing more fee
York about twelve o'clock Sunday. given very careful study to the finan- me to pay. (prow Wtimungton Dtl..) A/tri. .\.... ",l.}

At the time mentioned Mr. EE'uton cial condition of tbecity, recommendthe

was engineer in charge of engine No. retirements of the script and doing In writing for terms for a policy of this kind, state what you would i He to recdrf

559 between Juliette and away with the system, paying: off
running in cash at the end of limited payment period.
Ocala. When nearing ,the little station the judgment and say mat this can

,I of York, about ten miles from only be done by bonding the city and
0\ala, the boiler exploded and Mr. make this recommendation. TYhe MUTUAL LIFE

I Be\itoQ\ was instantly killed. The The following is the report of the

cause of the explosion h still un- committee: INSURANCE COMPANY OF
To the Ocala Board of Trade: Gen-

known. tlemen-We, ;your committee, appointed NEW YORK
The fireman, who was standing in Oldest IMJut
to confer with the finance committee
the cab had wonderful in M tiff
a escape: from of the city council of the city of ,
America RICHARD A. McCURDY President World
POWDER death. Although hurled fully 25 feet Ocala, relative to the question of Issuing -
CECIL WILCOX Mansjer, Jackto vileFU,
in the air he received no wounds or bonds, do report the same, together _. --"- -- -
serious was'in with our recommendations upon -'
Absolutely Pure injuries. The train
the subject, and respectfully submit
charge of Conductor O. M. Eaton, [ S. A. STAND LEY .
herewith the same: LEE MILLE
IT IS A MATTER HEALTH immediately wired to Ocala I
the Your
i committee met with the finance
news of the terrible catastrophe. I! committe of the city' council at the S. A STANDLEY & CO.

The remains of Mr. Benton were city hall, and the subject matter was

-.. to this i thoroughly discussed in all of its different Feed
brought city on a special train Livery and Sale Stables
SiSA ELISABETH RABBIS Local Editor I Messrs.. Ed. Lamb, J. C. Baskin phases. Afterwards, on April ,
were embalmed by UndertakerD.
and J. D. Bassett represented An- 11, 1904, your committee met In the
E. McIver and .
were shipped Monday office of Mr. S. A. Hawls and we found We the most
ABOUT TOWN. thony in thecounty'scapital Monday. carry completeline
HAPPENINGS afternoon over the A. C. L. 'rail- that the public statements of the finance -

Miss Eloise Miller and Miss Grace way to Americus, Ga., Mr. Benton'e committee of the city council of Harness, Saddles, etc .
dedicated Salt Brick for Mock.
former home and the funeral took placed figures of both indebtedness and in central Florida
and will
Oc alaSeed Store, Sole Agents. Hatchell returned Monday afternoon give
anticipated revenue of the city for 1904
from two week's visit to friends at (place there Tuesday afternoon. The
Miss Clara Moore is visiting friends a at about the proper amounts; that is to our patrons the very lowest .
Citra.Mr. remains were accompanied by the
j say, outstanding :
WKdwood. prices. We
at wife and little son of the deceased and Electric light bonds.... .$14,500 00 are thoroughly f
-- ?. James Hardy Pittman and
The continual dry weather is becoming Dr. W. C. Lindsay, Conductor 0. M. Fire bonds. . . .. . 2.50000 equipped for fitting out turpentine -

little daughter, Dorothy, of Jacksonville t Eaton and Miss Street bonds .. .. . . 1,90000
alarming. i May Turnley.Mr.
arrived in Ocala Saturday afternoon Barnett judgments. . . 3,000 00 and lumber teams, gear, iy
--- Benton was a member of the
We are sorry tolearu that:Mrs.! J. P. and will spend several weeks Scrip, outstanding. .. .. ... 21,648 20 wagons, etc. .-
II Masons and Knights of Pythias, of
Estimated interest on same. 3,600 00I
Hilburn H quite eick. i with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pitman.
-- 0__ I this cityand the following gentlemen, "We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summer

Mr. L J. Brumby left Sunday for a | Mr. Allick Insrlis passed through members of both orders, acted as I Total indebtedness . .$47,148 00 Buggies/and "White Hickory' Turpentine and Farm Wagons.

I pall bearers in escorting the remains We find the city property to be North tilde Court 11Ioiii e. Oculist FItt
business trip to Gainesville.Mrs. I' Monday afternoon on his: way .
to Rockwell from Jacksonville, whereh to the station, viz: Messrs. T. J. worth approximately $35,000, which -.
James Puo;er ha to visit makes the actual indebtedness of our
gone Owen Jake Brown
with his Charles RTaylor,
"speut Sunday parents,
relatives in Charleston, S. C. T. E. Biggs, S. T. Sistrunk and H. C. city extremely low. We Have Just Opened. .
1 Capt. and Mr?. John L. Inglis.Mr. In the opinion of this committee the

Mr. F. E. Haakell was up from hisplant Jones. serious problem, and in which there is
f and Mrs. Harry Lapham returned To Dr. W. C. Lindsay, pastor of the the most injustice is in the issuing of The Newest,
l' at Lake Weir ..touchy.j -,
home Minday from Miami, Presbyterian churcb, was committed scrip, which has become depreciated, The Nobbiest,

j k : Will Harnage;:: telegraph operator where tbey have been visiting Mr. tbe duty of conveying the sad intelligence and necessarily puts both the maker The Bwelleat,

I JIl at Levon, I is visiting Ocala Laphaiu'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. to the unfortunate wife, who and payee at a disadvantage. To put
an end to this system, which will result STRAW HATS
Dirius Lapham for several weeks.A. was prostrated with grief over the
Mr. Bandford Jewett returned homer in a benefit to the city, and whenwe :

t Saturday morning from a short visit J. Alison<< of Savannah, has accepted traggic death of her husband.Mr. say city we mean every tax payer To be seen
Benton had been a citizen of therein we make the following recom- In Ocala.
tile' bartender
i to Citra. _ j position of at Cull and see,
Ocala for the and had :
; Mr. W. N. Bangs returned home : the Ocala House Wine Rooms and A.J. pasttight years 1. We recommend the issuing of

r Saturday afternoon from a trip. to .' Prichftt, Savannah, is keeping endeared himself to his church- to the bonds not to exceed $45,000, which, if THE CHAMBERS SHOE CoC
lodges of which he was member .
PauasotTkee.We : the Looks fur the same establishment. done, will pay off the Barnett judg-
i i and the community by his splendidand ments of $3000, and take up all of the OCALA, FLA.

r ate having entirely l too mUCh !{ Miss Lida; Brown, who was the exemplary qualities. outstanding scrip, with interest, $25-:= _

f fair weather. We ary crying for Ii.. guest (>If Mrs. G. C. Crom iu this city Besides his wife Mr. Benton leaves 000, and apply $13,000 to the improve- J

r- eicange.Mrs. for several weeks the past month, cue little son, Mitchell Mclver Ben- ; ment of the electric light plant. Q LnCrr! C1 L J L7n J LJ L L+ r_D.H i.J&fl f.1J'lD3
2. We recommend that the electric
,. C. W. Fox and sisterllis j : Butler j j has bean critically ill with typhoid ton, aged six years, and a large number -\ iight plant be improved to the extentof

fever for s-everal weeks past at the of friends, who mourn his tragic I WEEATMEATTo
went to Jacksonville Muu.iay to i $13,000 which will, according to the
: home of her brother in Feruanditi and untimely death. information furnished us, make the IE:
consult an eye hpeciali i; grow strong. Jakv we get
j Mls Brown is now improving audi present service more satisfactory, and
Mr. A. S. Anderson, of Duuutllou, :i will recover.Mr. Daughters of the Confederacy.The possibly doubling the present capacity, Boot meat we may a* rttl lei

was In Ocala; Stturdiy returning i j monthly meeting of the making the present service more efficient r'a it alom There ht* trQgtb

from a trip to Jacksonville.MM. I It W.\"zI.U Brunt and Mr. Epps: Daughters of the Confederacy was and competent to supply the pres- rni In tough meat-hMtt4 of Rite

of Leon county will have to enter the held Friday afternoon with Mrs. ent demand which equals the present I L' I' ing it take MrSl'U1 to'
Henry W. Lout, of Martel, service, and leave a reserve force for t t
i j race superintendent of school for Leonard Dozier; who entertained future use, the demand equaling that ,Qt hrf it. It pay to be Hateful m
returned home Saturday afternoon;j
that county in the second primary.Mr. them in a very delightful manner. now being supplied. buying wr to g.t
after a few day's visit iu Oeala. @ E, } ,
Van Brunt taught in the Ocala: Among other things done at the 3. That the bonds run for twenty f r the best-tender aM "bout

Mr. H. A. Ford left Sunday for i High! School for two years and has meeting preparations= were made for (20) years, the annual interest at not E a ; ,- Pay a little more if l reel to and
over 5 per cent., and that said bonds
Alabama, ou a visit connected with I many friends here who hope for his the celebration of memorial day, put IJOmelhlB 18 yaw""ws4'b
when ready to be sold have a, subscrip-
his warble quarries iu that section. t! election. June 3rd. tion list opened in the city of Ocala. ; Lb J'"mob .. which will put J8b on jour
I Mr. William Hocker will be invitedto
and Meed IB
Adopted. bones street joar
Among the Duuuellonites in the j i I Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Wendell and be the orator of the day and a tig 4. If the board adopts this report. -

Mers.. W. H.I I Miss Wendell, who own a winter that committees will be in
city Monday were .\ dinner will be given the Confederate appointed

Bishop i D. B. Nibbler and Will Mix- homeatBdleview and who spent the Veterans, the dinner to be served at each ward to see every qualified voter i WARDS BROS. i*

on. 1 pat winter there, have returned to the Gary grove on Fort King avenue. and obtain his views upon the question f' Stalls 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla. s
before the bond election is called.
their northern home at Fort Plain
The complete arrangements for the
Mr. and Mrs. T. T Monroe have New: York. They will keep in touch Adopted. :!!- iiI",", _IIIIiIII"! :
services will be announced later. 5. That this board of trade, If the
moved into town and have rooms ...
with Marion county through the After discussing several other matters election is called, is to support the Issuing -

with Mrs. II. K. Smith on Fort King columns of tne Ocala Banner. of importance delicious refresh of bonds as a body, as well as

avenue. ments were enjoyed by Mrs. Dozier's individually. Adopted. "''''nn''n'nrn'nr''' un"r"r,,, -mmmmmnr"r tUn,", '.
Mrs.J. H. Livlugston, sr., has returned !I Mr. Carter H. Dame, who has 6. That this board of trade have .

from Lake City and a visit to I recently received his commission as guests. printed such data for the informationof r STARTING EARLY .3
A Tiny Bud Transplanted.We the voters before the election is
her daughter, Mrs. B. A. luglis, at I organizer for the state at large of the held as should seem proper. == of great Importance IB !I
Woodmen of the World, last week are pained to announce the ,'lt -::
", Madison.! 7. We recommend that a reserve ::: ; acquiring prufieiettejr i iu
organized a lodge of thirty-four mem- death of little Samuel Burford Davis, fund, for the redemption of these -== ,' ,''; 's .: : piano playing. But doa't .3

Little Miss Myrtle Whltfield, of bers at Coleman, Sumter county. He the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. bonds, be kept; that the money accumulating ::: make themistakeof thinkIng _

Jacksonville, came down Saturday is an enthusiastic worker and the Davis aged about three month, in reserve be invested in :: I -' t "any sort of a piano .:af

afternoon and i* visiting her aunt, which sad event occurred Saturday interest bearing securities. ; 1 ._. will do to begin on. IT a
( order is to be congratulated
upon ( '
:: \ WON'T. Your ehlM Deed =
Respectfully submitted,
Mw. Whltfield onOcklawaha avenue. afternoon about six o'clock.
him for its state .
aa good an instrument :
Signed: W. K. Zewadskl Jno. G. I '-.i -- .- ;J
Mrs. Lee Miller went down to afternoon at the The little one was christened just Reardon, S. A. Rawls, C. Rbeinauer, R. == : Y_ "r.- you can afford to taj, else :::cE
Wednesday about an hour before his death by S. Hall Committee. ask \ her ear for matte relit to :;
be the of I
Brooksville Monday to guest meeting of tne West End Whist Clubof ....
Rev W. C. Lindsay and while not :-.J. ; misguided -
Cook for #. ti :
friend Miss .
her ;
Jacksonville, which was entertained i You will oe rare ki tract -
well his death was unexpected.The 11 I ...
eveial weeks. by Mrs. James Dobbin Holmes, Whooping Cough. :: .- :r' log to expert plane dttitf
funeral took place Sunday In the spring of 1901 my children == :'.:(o z wltD thlrty-tbrM* ..:;
the visitor's prize was won by Mrs.H. C
loads of wl"lons.were. Q' a
Seven car afternoon and was private. The little 1 c -
had Mrs. D. ; experience.
whooping bough, says ::: !t .;s
shipped from Wiuehulaiu Manatee S. Chambers, of this city, and body was laid to rest in Greenwood i t| W. Capps, of Capps, Ala. "I used -f c-c Only tbe lest p4a. wand =

county last week and five car loads Mrs. Blair Burwell, jr., won the club cemetery. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with I :: organ 1
Mrs. Chambers is the the most results. I thins
will go forward this prize. now "Suffer little children to come unto satisfactory
guest of Mr*. George W. Wilson The this is the beet remedy I have ever

\ A. E. Burnett, one of OcaU's first part of her visit in Jacksonville me. !i seen for whooping cOD? ." This F DPEN lGAiPBELL f co.

way called to his old The prettiest and most upto-date j j remedy keeps the cough loose, lessens ,
jewelers, she with :Mrs. Carl Van Deman. i
spent of for !! _
line box ladies'
lulu paper correspondence the severity and frequency of the
Massachussetts several days
can be had at Tydings & I' coughing spells and counteracts any Headquarters, Jacksonville, Fla. ,
a telegram announcing the FOlE1r 110N 'iR Company's and the prices are reasonable !I' tendency towards: pneumonia. For '

;. criUrallUness of his mother. sayerr'. ':;r'"*' /. tifC -!7o-.... too. sale by Antimonopoly Drug Store, m !UjUUiUUUUU1UIUUnU! l Ul.jUUWI I ,> 1; 1 mmllUUUU"m" l 1 r:




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PAGE: FOUR Z. r -: rf'." i/" i. -," '-- $- THE OCALA. BAN'NCOUNTY <. "
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j.- g what la known"as the old Goss mill. $8.50.. Total $102.46. Produce" sold_for I superintendent of the S. A.' I* R. R. *

COMMISSIONERS( Upon motion' Mr. Moorman was employed cash $13.95. Total amount of expenses I to fix crossing where' it crosses wire CONSUMED BYA FIRE TIIATuEHcQ

for the at Gra- I I: $88.53.
to' care ferry J road south of Ocala; and also to notify

hamville, until other arrangements I j j i Mr. I. W. Ogle appeared before the the A. C, L. R. R. Co. to fix the crossingon
May 2, A. D. 1904. could be made. Salary fixed at $1 per i board and requested them to admit to the Summerfield road. WATER WIIL NOT (

The board of county commissionersmet day I the- poor. farm ,one, John- LampkIn, Report of W. M. Lucius hard road

in regular session on this the 2nd Mr. T. T. Stockton, business JIana. I which matter was referred to Commissioners overseer, was approved.The .

day of May, A. D. 1904. ger of the Times-Union, and Mr. D. W. I Fort and Edwards, to Investigate petition of S. V. Dukes for per I Eczema drives its victim almost to the .

Present:. Chairman II. "W. Long, and Burn appeared before the board of and report tomorrow morn mit to sell liquors, wines and beer in of distraction by its intolerable itching, stinging ."

Commissioners S. R. Pyles, J. L. Edwards county commissioners for the purpose I ing.Mr. election district No. 24 was approved, and burning. It seems to set the skin on fire, \, -,

X. A. Fort and E. L. Wartmann. of asking the said board to subscribe I Fort made his report witth refer- and there being no objection permitwas and the toOrmented sufferer rubs and scratches h

Minutes of last meeting were read for space for Marion county in the I ence to the I. O. Arms pasture, which granted the said S. V. Dukes to till the flesh is raw and the skin is torn and V'

and appro\ed. World's Fair edition to be circulated at I' report is as follows: That Mr. Sims sell liquor wines and beer in election bleeds. Nothing applied externally does much. J
Upon motion it was ordered that the St. Louis during the period of the Fair. the owner of said property a* this time, district No. 24. good, for the disease is internal ;'the blood is \. .

name of J. S. Berry be reinstated upon The said gentleman explained to the j be allowed to remove the gate out of Mr. E. L. Carney tax: collector, reported aflame with acid poisons, that are forcing their .

the registration books of district No. board the advantages which the county 1 I. the public road leading from Altoona collection of $30 on account of''I way through the glands and pores of the akin, causing it tll r..'d'.i .i

I, tht same having been illegally would receive by such a publication I to Esmeralda, to the eastern extremity licenses. and swell and break out in splotches, pwtttfe. and punplr. ir .,n

stricken therefrom. and asked for an appropriation for this I of the lane dividing the two pastures The following justices of the which a clear, yellow watery matter exudes. barren and drt*.' cud
Notary public bond of Thos. B. liar- purpose of $250." The matter was taken at a point just south of the James Hig- reported fines imposed in their courtsas then peels off in scales or fine particles like .he. Ec....a km4.r, 4

tig, with Dr. William Griffith and R. under consideration by: the board, ginbotham place provided however follows: Alex Wynne, $1; W. O. fire that water will not quench and that tot ... ..l"ft, powdew ,Jii4
I the .
IL Sanders sureties was approved. to be acted upon at their meeting to be that Mr. Sims maintain a settlementroad Waid $192; R. Bullock $5. soap cannot smother. As warm weather come m and ,sccutnwlatcd ceni It

Notary public bond of B.,F. Vaughan, held in June next.Mr. runnIng through the pasture and The following justices reported no reacting and the blood making extra efforts to throw off the

with D. II. Burry and David Burry, Long made his report of the, poor coming out at a gate near the Arms fines: J. O. Turnipseed, R." S. Short- poisons, Eczema at- ECZEMA KEPT 5PBEADS. .

sureties, was approved.' farm, which report is as follows: dwelling and connecting at that point ridge. M. M. Proctor P. U. Milligan tacks with redoubled vio-

Notary public bond of ".. T. Gary To the Board of County Commissioners with a road leading to Starkes ferry H. W. Douglass. W. W. Jackson C. C. lence, and the sufferer is al- her Six kneu yean At agomywife Ant red bumps hadabr SfiffSimost

with L. V. Gary and F. W. Gary, sure- of Marion County, Florida: which report was adopted by the board. Priest M. H. Rou and E. H. Smith. I I distracted by the fear- white, husky seabe earn, and when awns w..M
te l off ihe.placs became red stain aM W M
; tie*, was approved. Gentlemen: I visited the poor farm with thanks to Mr. Fort for his ser- Mr. E. L. Carney, tax collector, reported fill itching and burning, It itch! and burn B<> that she found ? im....... to
vices. U the most uncomfortable gie At times a yellow water sea c... U
Pension applications for the following April 30, and found the crops generallyin collection of $486 on account of p.
and nil skin bump, ndItk.ptffattlnffWOrM Bad WtfM. O.f
persons were approved by the good condition all of which has been The clerk was instructed to write the poll taxes, regular: extra polls, $823. aggraatmgor family pllTtiCiaB pron iMi .4 it J0oseele, aw pie.eruptions .
board: E. C. Cartwright, Mrs. Julia H. neatly worked since the last rain. The petitioners of the Orange Lake and Irvine Board thereupon adjourned. and a terror in scribed ointments aGd powders ; but tt kt
weather preadlnfc bnAUnc oat AS her body sod erne,
Palmer, Mrs. Nan L. Smith, Mrs. M. A. oats in common with the oats of the road requesting them to place the H. W. Long, Chairman.S. warm and almost cloud .p Des an. The dru*tut .i
Winston. M. T. Cheshire and Geo. W. county are suffering from the dry ; said road in good traveling conditionat T. Sistrunk, Clerk.Baccalaureate Local remedies give tern- Qrnertoldm is tIT s.S. S..which she did eat
but Eczema after takint.several bottles wee eared, sad |C
Priest. weather, and should a rain come at' once. ease, as and hee been for years.
The following bonds to carry fire once would not make over half a crop. The petition asking for an extensionof Sermon. ts not due to outside causes, Oarn-r>K. c. W. A. HOWTT.porary .
but to disordered condition -
arms were approved and licenses ordered Part of the corn crop on account of the hard surface road known as the Rev. L. W. Moore of the Methodist a
"oyeracid'and blood the treatment
of the and an impure
Issued: E. F. Bruton. T. L. Blan- its being pulled up by crows and birds, Ocala and Camp Izzard road was laid system
Episcopal church preached'tbf' annual must be constitutional, or 'internal. PurifY' the blood and tb# tkia
ton B. E. Raysor G. E. Hammond R. had to be planted a second time. A over until the next meeting of the
baccaulaureate of the disease will No better blood remedy can be found UUB
C. Blue, Chas. stand secured but It Is broken board.A sermon disappear.
B. Clark,.J. H. Moore, good was -
S. S. S. It builds the sour and acid blood, ridi it of all imptiritiw
II. Brown. R. M. Long. \,'. A. Brown. by crickets. They are also cutting communication from Mr. W. Luff- Ocala High School at the Baptist up '
,,- and poisorrt'stimolates the *teggis4r or. ,.
Ulee Thus, Jno. W. Dean/M.: L. Mc- down the pindars, but not seriously. I man, with reference to public road church Sunday morning.This ,
and and tftnet the
gans, invigorates op
Foster The and have been running west from referred
Qualg Jno. T. corn pindars re Sparr was is always
an interesting occasion entire system ; and as all skin eruption
Bond of D. A. Smith, inspector o{ planted. Cantaloupes are fruiting well to Mr. E. L. Wartmann with power to
in Ocala and last Sunday more! like Eczema are only symptoms or tights of
marks and brands Anthony district, considering the dry weather some of J act.
sothan; usual.The body of the church bad blood they naturally disappear wh.o
No. 17, was approved. which are as large as turkey egg?. The The application of Mr. Ditto for reduction ,
that vital fluid is again restored to health.S. .
Petition asking the reestablishmentof crops, as a whole, are doing well, and of taxes was referred to Com the annex, the chancel, the aisles and
S. S. is guaranteed strictly ngeI -
a road known as the Orange Springsand with rain within a reasonable time, missioner Edwards.A every available seat was'oeeupied.
I table. It is not only a blood purifier, but a splendid tonic and af>pe4if,
Bronson public road and to be established the outlook Is good. The vegetable petition was received by the board, Rev. W. C. Lindsay, of the Presbyterian I making it an ideal spring medicine. Treat Eczema through the bleed,
on old line the said road having garden is affording a superabundance signed by W. E. McGahagln, et al, requesting I I I
will rid of it."ritc for book
church, and Rev. H. W. Little, or you never get permanently our on
been on September 6. 1897, abro- of beans. Irish potatoes squash onions the removal of :Mr. James is mailed free
of Grace Episcopal church Skin and its Diseases, which Medical advice tarnished
gated, which road Is described as the beets, cucumbers, cabbage, etc. Freeman as mark and brand inspector occupied
without cost to you. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA. CA
Flemington and CItra public road commencing The cantaloupe lot has been planted in of district No. 9, and asking the appointment seats in the pulpit.Mr. .

at a point west of the G. andG. velvet beans. A number of pigs-15- of J. Arthur Scott, which Moore selected as his text the --

R. R., near the northeast corner of have died with something like cholera. petition and matter was referred to 12th verse of the 144th Psalm: "Thatour

the Will Irvine field to run by Irvine The general health of the inmates Is Mr.: S. R. Pyles for consideration, to MISSING WORD CONTEST.
sons may be as plants grown up
station and across the railroad at the good. Mrs. Watson Is a valuable ac- report at next meeting of the board.

water tank, run thence northeast to a quisition. She does the cooking cheerfully The board then adjourned until tomorrow in their youth; that our daughtersmay -

point near the southeast corner of the and well, and from present indications morning. be as cornerstones, .,olished after 1A1 PRIZES I Offered For

Houston place. The petition was granted will soon be well enough to do I the similitudes of a palace." JLVJThe

'and the road
and the matter referred to Mr. two bright children who attend Sunday Board met pursuant to adjournment.
exceedingly appropriate to the occa
Wartmann, with power to act. school The pension application of Daniel
sion. "A palace said the Tropical Co.
A communication from Gibson and Herewith find appended a statementof Grantham was approved.It preacher Manufacturing manufacturersof

Gibson, tendering their resignation as expenses for April: appearing to the board from Information "with its pillars, turrets facades and health
thegreat drink ETTO will
ferrymen at Grahamville, was read and Superintendent's salary, $35; hired at the hands of Mr. Barrett furnishings, is the noblest work of ,

upon motion resignation was accepted. labor, J33.8Q; washing and ironing, $4; of Belleview that an, idiotic negro was man's hands and our sons and daughters pay all' prizes. The contest open to nil:

Upon motion the clerk was instructedto produce sold for labor, J1.70; Lawson's roaming through that vicinity, It was
the noblest work. that proceeds
write the superintendent of the S. A. medicine J4; Dr. :Newsom $1; T. W. upon motion ordered by the board that It's free to You.
from the Creator's hands." He
U Ry. Co., and request the repair of Smith and Co., $6.10; H. B. Masters, the said negro be 'admitted as an inmate

the crossing ef this road in the city $4.45; Rheinauer and Co. $3.91; Ocala of the poor farm. dwelt with earnestness upon the duties

limits of the city of Ocala, and near Wagon Works J3.40; Tydings and Co., The clerk was instructed to ask the of parents to their children and said FIRST PRIZE. f

. __ I'I that the school room as well as the The first if
one seoding ) the correct answer we will give a

I ................................i..1I1 daughters home is necessary for the duties to fit: our of good sons citiZtnahipaml and- beautiful life size picture if) gilt frame CQtitled "purity/1

... their This'picture is symbolical )[e'lo the :grrhl I ht-nlih drink wbteto b...4t.
duly u tioi.'e all and contain nndopenr harmful dru<{ .

shall not spoil the good etlVcts To the next s, $1.OU'atilt.
u.* 5, . .........1 quirt Mrtoe,efc.
J OtALA HOUSE WINE ROOMSI of the sermon by attempting its re- u.. .. 21), . 1 : I\iut Metro P.

I I production. It is enough to say thatit 41 "TO,. . .1 M.tortn ti.kK .......

will be remembered as one of the

: finest ever heard! in this It', .................You

l !! Hty. People ...:...Know a Go xl I.........Wheu Tb.y...............It A.... ... .

I I Hall, Rawls & Wheeler, Insurance Agents, Users or. ... .......In., . ,Good...........summer. ..... ........
Ocala Fla. - ----- ---- .

UE TLEIEPI 1i3 accept my Cut out out this coupon fill* X u IU{*.............,........... "" .. .. .. .
in the blank the whole
I I FOR THE AN5EUSER-BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION'S PROMS. : thanks for the prompt settlement to makean appropriate space seit-

made by your company, the Prefertd tciitence advertising Mt-llo P. OComity........ ........ . . .. . .
f We keep constantly on hand a big supply of Accident Insurance Co., of Xw York, Mud mail to theTropical I

of my claim for sick benefits.I 1 Mfg. Co. . . .State. ...............
I the choicest Whiskies to be hall in case goods I hold policies in this company, Jacksonville Florida. I

f" (bottled by the distillers), among which are covering both sickness and accidents Remember the first 101 correct air-wers rttMvrU let the pd***. $ttlnl IL.
whi hyou wrote (or me in February.I your answers at once to the.

1 I Mount Vernon, : had an attack of measles, which

incapaciated me from work from TROPICAL MflNUf AGTUPG COMP HY.

P Pickwick Club, March 26th to May 2nd, and for this

f. LOOK FOR Cascade, period-five and a fraction weeks- 14 W. fldaiQS St. Jacksonville Fla.
/ the company forwarded me a check

a I THE SEAL Paul Jones, 'I throngh yourself for $15.57. Settle. -,

i i!- Sobel Lincoln county, roof meat of being sickness made was a week made.after final ........................ ..

; Green River, Everyman in Ocala should carry : (011 Goods Delivered free. Write for Price Llsj.! :
!1 1'I one health policies, on which
-' [ _. Lewis' 6G, : the premium is only $25 a year. .

t S. Diploma, Etc.. i. Yours truly, r1 .
swlr R. R. CARROLL.
I lirudl'

t = / / N > all of which are high grade Rye Whiskies and I: Graduating Exercises. ... -.

i j ? well known brands. ., Invitations have been received hereto 1 01' .

the commencement exercises of the I : .

w Business College of the John B. Stet- .

t V.Q.S. !' Cooper Laurel Valley Corn Whiskey, son University at DeLand, which .

L.. take place Saturday evening, May .
: North Carolina Corn Whiskey :
the twenty-first at eight o'clock in 1 .

t Georgia Corn Whiskey. .. the auditorium. e, % e

;- : Port Wine Sherry Wine, Scuppernongj\Vine:; There are twenty graduates from 1-- -_
1 the business callege, Miss Bessye -

W Catawba Wine, Blackberry Wine. Ten Years : Thornton Porter, of this city, beingone lTi ; cdfr

I Old Blackberry Wine $1.25 per Gallon. of'the graduates from the stenography 1 I

department. .
We want your trade and will do anything within the bounds of reason and jusI Miss t-Y h'SI a
is one of Ocala's -
, : very onvllteS
. t tice to secure it, and after we have once served you we have no fear of the future brightest young ladies and has madea : ; I

.it l P>i.' I as we propose to give you just what you order, and the very best goods that can be versity.Messrs.brilliant. record at the Stetson Uni I ; I

. obtained for the We make out of town shipments '
t. money anywhere. promptly on '
W. D. Cam and S. H yry / .,,

I the same day as received, and by return train where possible. Martin, of Ocala, were in our town I I

t Address all orders, today, inspecting the picnic groundsfor Old Fon.U Corn |2<00.< Old Miller Rye J1.50. (!)Unt&ln9&11..y -

#' .' their annual union picnic, which Corn ':.1)1). "Barbea" R>e J4.00. Apple and Pfach lltal1dlH :
will oft J2.00to$4.00. Kentucky Pride $3.-O. lk>weM 4 z Hjt iAJt!
come shortly. well
t WINE : Theyiwere Send Poatofflce or Express Stony Orden.
pleased with Crystal River, and stated I

;", I to ye editor that they would report
Y Trade favorable to our town on theirjreturn. i BOWEN & OMPANY. I
The: Jug a Specialty. Ocala, Florida. :
The picnic will take place either on

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Sill ELIZABETH BA&BIS. Local liitcr ] Mr. Will Hocker left yesterday for EARLY EVENING FIRE. Ladies Cemetery Association. The Tampa Tribune on Taliaferro. the much'Villlflfd lOll long pi,t>t "'

Atlanta to spend a week. He will re Six mouths ago the above named The campaign of Senator liafrro senator pointed to bU loallgnrr aDd

HAPPENINGS ABOUT T01H. I main over in Jacksonville today to McDuffj's Stables and Fine Vehicles a8<>ciatioa was organized and "'a8.I.. was dignified, open and truthful. He declared: "Tin-reilu the man wboU

witness the counting of the vote by done so owing to the neglected condi- did not go upon the stump until long responsible for the IntreJmrtloQ of
Burned-Fire Witnessed By a Big .
4' Mr. Ed Carmichael has bought a the democratic executive committee. tion of the cemetery. Constant complaints after Mr. Stockton had flooded the Mr. KUgler into Florida pulltles."

\ fine Oldsmobile.Mr. Miss May Turnley returned home Crowd. were being made about the state with his utterances of abuse. Beyond this reUlUiten whWt. &

Last night about half past seven a cows, hogs and other animals destroying I He was busy at Washington, attend- one could ascribe a. a hull tIJ the *n-
yesterday morning ,
Jim Pooser returned yesterday fire alarm was turned in and it was the flowers and plants and root- ; ing the interests of his constituents. ator, Mr. Trliaferro'! right for r..flt+
Ga., where she went with her friend,
from a visit to Jacksonville. soou discovered that the livery and ing up the graves, so the ladies decided -i When he did come here and begin the lion was based upon bta rreerd iu a
:Mrs. Benton, who accompanied the I I
Help Ex-Mayor Fished in getting upa remains of her husband, the late sale stables belonging to J. D. Me- to take things in charge and form I battle thus precipitated upon him, he iwrvauiof the people _lV thlOWu

for the fourth. Duffy, one of the must prosperous themselves into an association for the i iI was not long in repelling the assault -a record which It U. test ueorm"y
good program James Benton, to that city for burial. I
colored men in the city, were inflames purpose of keeping the cemetery in a made upon his record, and, whereverthe to rehearse here, for It U a I tttbl4

Mr. and Mrs.! Will Veal, of York, The had their and the buildings were so
Kings' Daugntera better condition.Mr. two men appeared on the same story with the jopof! Pkrftd*. 1 oman
were shopping In Ocala yesterday.Mrs. regular monthly meeting yesterday l crowded with hay and other inflammable John Nelson, an experienced platform, Mr. Stockton lost votes: aa who vr **rvttl the i* t4. la

George McKay and children morning in the Elk's rooms Owing l material that it was impossible landscape gardider, has been regularly rapidly as Mr.Taliaferro gained them. I, Coi'Kftfg ha rendered sues aa areeoat

have gone to Blowing Rock, N. C. to the fact that a quorum was not to save them. employed for the past six months Up to the very last week of the campaign I of his stewardship baa tbU "Btt i-

present, officers for the coming year The fire department soon saw the and every plot in the cemetery has Senator Taliaferro had with ness tkiutor." In that abut, orrr

Hon. E. L. Carney, Ocala's affable were not elected at this meeting.Mrs. futility of all efforts in this directionand been well cared for. The fences and I held from the public evidence whichhe and above hit manifest wpHterlljr to

tax collector, Is back from a visit to turned its attention to the prevention gates! have been repaired, thus keeping had in his possession which placed his opponent, Mr. TalUfrrro deserved
John Martin Miss Stella
the state capital. nee of the spread of the flamesto out the animals, sidewalks and the so-called stigma of Flagerbm the tribute of 2tfJUU vein wbi'ti b.
Knight, who has been visiting in
received ( 'fuftld'Ylnd will 1tervt
Mrs. 0. M. Eaton and baby have returned adjacent buildings, which, several driveways have been made and the where it justly belonged- the
Ocala/ for the past two weeks, the upon the much greater majority Iud the
from a visit to relatives in guest of Miss Annie May Staudley, times narrowly escaped iginition, and cemetery put iu an excellent condi- escutcheon of bis venomous opponent.It much handsomer mtjerity) width b.

Lake City. if the tame had not been prevented tion and thanks to the splendid effortsof had been his purpose not to use it will receive June 7th.-Tampa Trlbune. -
left yesterday for her home in Valdosta -
l'\ Mr. Sol Benjamin, of Atlanta, ia in Ga. Ocala might have had a Jacksonville these ladies the cemetery is hardly at all-but at the last rally here in j, --. --

p '" the city looking after his extensive interests conflagration. For many minutes recognizable as the same one of some Tampa, when Mr. Stockton's torrent Do "ot;'. (Mp.ie4 U,..,

here. Mr:!. T. C. Hall and daughterMiss I I I things''I bore very threatening and MX ruoutns past. of abuse an insinuation had become Foley & Co., Chicago, orlgieata!

1i I Bcaulab, Mrs. R. S. Hall and dubious aspect. This organization met yesterday afternoon too strong and too exasperating for Honey and Tar at a throat and lung
Miss Caro Liddon entertained a children and Miss Mattie William The I remedy, and ou account of the great
II owner of the stables happenedto for the purpose of electing officers the tolerance of the most mild-mau
number of her friends most merit and of Hooey
young left Wednesday for St. Augustine to be present when the fire broke out for the next six months.! If not nered of the felt popularity Fofojr't
men, senator justified
and Tar imitation arc otler
last night. many
happily spend a couple of weeks. They will and says it caught between the walls encouraged by the stockholders of in letters '
---- producing the which convicted ed for the genuine. Ak for Fut., ,

The prettiest and most complete :I then go to Ashevlle N. C., and later and could not possibly have been set Greenwood Cemetery thelladies Association his opponent of the very charge Honey and Tar and refuse any tub

., line of high grade perfumery in Ocala I on to South Carolina They expect to on fire by any individual and be at- will be forced to disband as.. which he had been for months burling etitute ottered at no other preparation

may be had at Tydings!: & Co be absent until the fall. tributes it to some other agency. they will not have the funds necessary will give the Mm *atUf.cllon. It U
at himself, and it was with crush-
from When he first saw the fire he says, to carry on the work. This : II i mildly laxative. ItnmUinanoorUle*
Charles Lloyd force
:. )fro came up General Robert Bullock left yesterday ing that having read the disclosures i and is safest for children aDd delk ate

Holder yesterday and took his first to attend the session of the demo- like Eiijah's Cloud, it was "no bigger would be a matter of regret to everyone to the assembled democrats, i ipt'r80DI.. Poaloffice Drug Htore. m

f degree in Masonry last night. than a mail's; hand," but almost who has loved ones buried in .
cratic executive committee, which
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quicker than it takes to tell it, the Greenwood and we hope that the en-
Mrs. L. James Knight has returned meets in Jacksonville today for the
I: building, from one end to the other, terprise showa by these ladies will
: from a.vHt! to her parents, Mr. and purpose of counting the votes and declaring
was a sheet of flame. make such an appeal to the stockhold
Mrs. LaFonti see in Gainesville. the result of the primary held j
| Fortunately all the horses were ers that they will help the organization flGDS.1
r Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier have gone May | saved and a few of the vehicles that to become permanent one :

t.I.I.' to Columbia, S. C., for a short visit Mr. W. H. Young, superintendent \ are used for street and ordinary heri -

with their son, Dr. Harry C. Dozier of motive power of the Atlantic i I i I Card Club Entertained.From .
Thursday's Dally
'. All kind of fine box paper at Ty Coast Line and Mr. Ted Smith, of'i I vice.All tue finer vehicles, including the The Original Card Club held their

dings & Compan'y drug store. See I High Springs, passed through Ocala harness, furnishings and trappings, regular, meeting Wednesday afternoon I Our Line of Dry and Dress Goods i cwmp1

this when in need of paper. I yesterday on their way to York to i inspect were all consumued. Mrs. Charles S. Tydings being I II

Mrs. P. H. Whitbide went down to the engine, which was blown I About fSOO had recently been invested :. the pleasing: hostess! Of course pro 1 I I and your inspection is solicited.

Lakeland Wednesday afternoon to up Sunday, resulting in the death of' iu new vehicles.! The loss in hay, grewive whist was played and was
Engineer James M. Benton.Mr. (I We have everything that is required to make u
visit friends there for a short while. I oats, e'c., was:: also heavy. greatly enjoyed. There were five

r'V : W. K. Cleveland, of Dade City, The insurance is$I600 and the loss: tables and after the tables were cleared Dress, for a Cook as well as to the finest Sooiety
T. Muuroe is back from a
Mr. T.
outside of the insured is refreshments served.
Paco county, is visiting Ocala, the property,
While therd Belle.
visit to White Springs.
estimated at $2,000.Woman's The score cards were particularly
guest of his brother, Marshal G. W.
he was a guest at the Hamilton hotel.
--- Cleveland. Mr. Cleveland is an ardent Board of Missions. pretty and the score was kept by \Ve want your patronage. Come and give itt u.

The home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Han- supporter of Messrs. Taliaferro From Thursday's Daily. Miss Annie Davis., the sister of the

dlesman in the first ward has recently acd Davis and did excellent work for The Woman's Foreign Missionary hostess. The prize, a beautiful Mexican

been much beautified by being painted. them in Pasco county and will work Society of the Methodist Episcopal drawn work center piece, was .

------- all the harder for them until the 7th Church South is now convening in won by Mrs. A. H. Marsh. Those
Thomas J. Scott of theownl'rs playing with Mrs. Tydings Wednesday
Mr. : one of June. Jacksonville. Mrs. W.C. Wightman, THE BOSTON S10H
and proprietors the Tampa were the members of the club and
Mr. Chas. W. Seabold, the genial of Charleston, S. C., widow of the
in the and is Mrs. Mallory Liddon, Mrs. F. L. Wat-
By Hotel, is city a guest
president :of the Hagerstown Spoke I I late Bishop Wightman, is president of
at the Ocala Hou-e. son, Mrs. A. E. Gerig, Mrs. H. B.
the and is at the ;
._--- and! Bending Company, of Hagers- society presiding
Clark Mrs. Frank Harris Mrs.
on, ,
Have your physician leave your prescriptions town, )Id., who has been the guest of I I meeting.
at Tydings & Company's \V. S. Bullock, Mrs. S- T. Sistrunk,
)Ir. and Mrs Dor&ey M. Lutz for the': Thirty-five conferences are represented -
drug store to be filled. Nothing but Miss Margaret Eagletou and Miss
h pst week l while here looking over the in the society and more than
pure fresh drugs used there. Pauline Sullivau HUBBARD & MACDUFFHEADQUARTERS
company's plant iu this city, left yesterday I fifty delegates will be preetit.While .
t Miss Mamie Adams, of Rochelle, This will be the last meeting of the
for his home.-The ,,>- there was a meeting last
who has been spending several days in club, they having disbanded for the
feeeau.MUs. night the formal opening does not FORAfRERmAN
Ocala, the guest of Mrs. J. W. Crosby ---- I summer mouths. The meetings dur
take place until 9 o'clock tOl1'1y.Bihop .
returned home Wednesday.Mr. Polly \Villiiui4, the youngest : ing the winter and spring mouths
Wilson, Bishop Gallowayand
r" daughter of Judge: D. S. Williams I have been very greatly: enjoyed and FIELD AND HOG FENCE
T. C. White, of Tampa, Fla., Bishop Candler will be present at
who ha been attending the Art Students I have been a specially delightful feature -
division passenger agent of the A. C. the convention.Mrs. ssrsmI
').e; League in SEW York City studying of O:'ala' gay seasons and these -
,' L. railway.was among the prominentvisitors Ilichard McCouatby, of this I I OJ I !I : ,l. erTrIiii
various branches, of art for the Wednesday afternoons will be greatly < 471
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to Ocala 'esterda3.b city, will leave today to be present at i;.y i* ''
b past two years, i is expected home to. missed during the summer month*. .. l I
the convention as a delegate from the
Mr. Leland Smoak! who works at morrow to spend the summer with. p ..
I" I Ocala Woman's Foreign Missionary A Youthful Organization. i t .. .
i Mr. Grace's saw mill, had the- misfortune her father and grandmother, Mrs.
I Society and Mrs. S. S. Harris will be Thursday afternoon Sara Davis Tm24j4'.i
of haviug his hand badly cut Alien Monroe.
: a delegate from Citra to the conven- Jean Austin, Hope Robinson, Lucy -.. -.--- .......

L yesterday by one of the large saws. When a horse picks up a nail in his tion. Moorehead, Elizabeth Newsom, Lillian % w,... ... .. 4s. +c r -... __.__.- ; \

: Mrs. Tidd, of New Hampshire) who foot what does the driver do? Does he Brown Profoundly Thankful. Anderson and Jean Teague, met .. .JRJW cfZ&* ; 'iKcsier : :J I 'ift ..

has been spending some months in whip the limping, lagging animal, Sy': f'IIII"-r. tto!gar....1 d11a St ale
at the home of Minnie Stoval
and force him along? Not unless he; "1 thank from the bottom of my on 5.:>j..u i ia.1\.1' St4a t e... s r a
I Ocala with her brother, Mr. E. E.
Ocklawaba and
wants to ruin the horse. At the first the thousands of active friends avenue organized the
< heart
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I ac" rf larqe, strong, hi h grade steel wires, Jinaviiy gaivamzt J iV
yesterday for herr
; Converse, departed sign lameness he jumps down Music and Literary Club with the
i I who championed my cause in the primary ; .:>V pro Ih a for expansion and contraction. Is practically evt-r

home. amines the foot and carefully removes just closed, especially the old following officers: j :.; :.';. N-.vci gncn-,', no matter how great strain tt put on it

Sick headaches result from a disordered the cause of the laments What is confederate veterans, who stood for President, Minute Stoval; vice- :.!. ;'_--, :i:,t nlutilate:: but doss efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hogs
called "weak stomach" is like the
stomach and is quickly cured
f president Elizabeth Xewsom; secre t:::1 pigsVERY' -
by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver lameness of the horse, only to be cured me shoulder to shoulder to shoulderas

Tablets. For sale by Anti-monopoly by removing the cause of the trouble.If they did when the shot and shell tary, Lillian Anderson; critic, Sara ::: ROD OF AMERICAN ENCE: GUARANTEED

Drug Store. m you stimulate the stomach with were flying thick and fast above m in Davis.
"whisky medicine" you keep it going, The object of the club is mutual l-}' tie manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can how you bouill

Mr. L. E. Dozier, of Leesburg, passed but every day the conditions is growing :I the civil war, knowing, as they did, improvement and social enjoyment. ;-. -- save you money and fence your fields so they will Stay renaL

through Ocala yesterday on his worse. A few doses sometimes of that I would carry their flag in the

; way to Jacksonville! to attend the Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery civic conflict unsullied and unstained"I club will meet every Thursday Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Econo) Corn Shrd&r

meeting today of the state democratic will put the disordered cannot find words that will adequately ernoon, each member taking turns Paints, Oils, Glass, Dcsrs, Sasb, BUs Els

, stomach and its allied organs of digestion gratitude for their entertaining. Elizabeth Newsom
r committee.Mr. express my
executive and nutrition in perfect con support. For my opponents I Jttfr. a i1 entertain the club next when the 'ibard' & Macduff Ocala, Fla

r Jerry Williams, superintendent dition.hundred Ninety-eight"Golden Medical times Discovery"will in every tain the kindest feelings, and I life and works of Longfellow will be .-

of the Ocala Electric Light Company, discussed. Pink and green are the
cure the worst ailments originating conducted my campaign without
left yesterday for bis old home in... in diseases of the stomach. It always throwing mud, attempting to place club colors.A C. I. GRACE.Successor .

Auburn, Alabama, to spend a week helps. It almost always cures. before the people in a fair and unbiased Positive Necessity.

I with friends and relatives.Mr. To cure constipation use Dr. Pierce's manner the issues I stood for.- Having to lay upon my bed for 14 to Central lumo Co.
-- Pleasant Pellets. They're sure. I
B. H. Sands, recently of theO I Hon C. M. Brown, in Jacksonville days from a severe bruised leg, I only Dealer In

i Made Young Again. Metropolis. found relief when I used a bottle of Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring.Ceiling
.-.Ia Telephone Company, will go
"One of Dr. King's New Life Pills I Ballard's Snow Liniment. I can and Siding, Lathe, Shingles
down to Inverness this afternoon to I each night for two weeks has put me I. Ball Came Yesterday. cheerfully recommend it as the best Manufacturer of

.f..f.rt Inspect the telephones there and put I iu my "teens' again" writes D. H. The ball teams of Val more Izlar and medicine for bruises ever sent to the Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and
fJ. name In thorough repair. Turner of Demp ytown, Pa. They Morris Smith played a game: on the affleted. It has now become positive Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

are the best in the world for liver, necessity upon myself. D. R. Byrne, Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
For Sale. South Third stteet diamond ,
Hay yesterday
stomach and bowels: Doverville Tex. 25e. 50c.
Purely vege- merchant, and
fill orders for quantities
Lumber and
At "5.1 per cwt. S. H. Gaitskill, | table. Never gripe. Only 25e. at afternoon which resulted in a score of and $1.00. Anti-monopoly Drug receiving can any
i sizes. :Mail orders attended to promptly
Mclntcsh, Florida. 5 IS tf d w. ydings & Cl). m 14 to 13 In f vlof the former. Store. m
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i TPE OCALA BANKER ; .:: ':'f

f i ,'. 1t Marion County's Primary Vote Tabulated(

':.' Mr.cux.-ktou, vrho when be started.
r T2IVTT11, "**T-*, .9.-*.!... i -., .... -' .
< out OD hit campaign with bu pepper- .
?. 7. Lummi, Z itstt Yai e:. --.' .
I box, thought be wa. soin to sweep -- May 10th 1904 ---
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I the state like a prairie fire, did not', :: ,
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: i reach the of in !f --
to dignity a : MIK \ T I J rr
tI : .. .-.h. '_.-= x Zv55essta 4taDssI. I GO'renwJ' I yepreseatanve 55crs .AS tas rPa51aaFTrcat ,". "t..r-- ,_elM .. ua ..
1! bat ODe county in the state and thatt :
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in the little cf r t!. ,, ,' i I I, I !, i
) was county Claj. i i J' 1'scs- = >.t ; 1 ,
His defeat. | :>1:; -;; 'I -:: t I = 1= : t t '; < ?
I was a most cro-hing .
a I .. .. t .. Y
9i : I f : L : ., I I. = ;: : 4 = e I ; t
He obtain j small pluralities in the I 'f! -f .: : !I ,;; ? :: :. ::;' :i\ > Y = = i st I = I r I ,4 i I
gi1' r following counties, viz: I d''i of L i 4..: z I !L F!. : I i .: I .. .. il 'C I R I 4 P i I ii Ii II. l a. L L.

f I' Brevard, C'lfrus, olumJu.vy O I r t I I : r : I t .C"

acd Pa>co.CoDsidtred. IAedttk: ..." 'h...................t" I3. 2.4;, 5! 111" nt U' r; if}: r: 3*;i 24" 4. zi. t 11:t I }3.. 51', 4.. -r.I i

limo: THE BADSEI:, BnuvLTJlOE by counties Governor ., .g ..................i J! I.; 4i r.i u, f'.c; 9# tot 3 3 j 411 & }; t1 34.: ,1 '3:! ,;. ,_ U Tt

AT THE TOP WELL AELZ IO Jennings did a little better. 4 cotton,..,...... !; i J 4..: 7T' r5 '. S.+' l I 1(, IJ;:. 6'" 13; r>.J gi .-. I!!'. :3"E i n2:4; : 'I S I'lL'I R u ..

TL Z CAKE aV THEMSELVES, HA3 I He obtained a majority in Hcrnan- sR.1CO ....... .. .. ...., sl! t':: S' 4' S;I Si t .t-t.t f z' ". 9_::1.'.... i t.l 1: 41 I i' 5 ( 7 s.. I' ..

TAKES ITS STAiD 15 THE BARRICADES do hi home arid i j' f f I
county pluralitiesin i r a It
6 Camp lud_ ..----.r ; 5i :4 Ioi I ; If 4 i 1. 2 211..1 23 "t ay': f7; 7 a '-- r. &I -
'I ; I
nil FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOP. the folbin countie-, viz: 7SU:1! : Co,. ......-......_.' z s:" Ioi* r.r n I' d"t.I 1; 4 i t I: t t41 I3, q; 6 1:. U' rS: 4 f i J M '- __ J: I

THR gr.NT OF THOSE AT THE Gadvien, Jefferson, Lafayette, 8 1I:1r.cr5 H.-- ......t.I ;" 1: ;1; u1 S; Itl j r 2t rt 6! II: r; ? Sl Sl;I 414 I. 7l.: 9.. s. n f,- .. 4 5' .. ._
and I 1 t \ r f I : t.
&f 701l.- = Leon, Liberty Taylor. gLateWe&I I 4; I; It. } 1. ; I- [FYI 1 T_ u; 1.P. It U. i4I I.. _. ,.
I I t t I f ., Ut' I .. .
, --.- -- ------ -. "-- --- _------- senator Ta.1iaferro received major- zaMo 2nd ............_...4 ti i 2z g [-f u ; 24 ...y 3 12s rt t 5? 1 W7\ 61 }si 3 u' zl _... y
f t I I t t : I I !
FRIDAY, MAY 20 l'*-t. itiesin following couati&s, viz: IIG'i.hal te ; Ii: Q; U. n 35i t. 1 -J"'"! 51. 55 ,1' 7 I 3 iIi l.(r' ,. II If :,, JI f/I..
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Baker Bradford Dade, D Soto, 12 salt Spns gs ... .... f_r 4' I: 1.2: St"; ] 4 r1,'i.'I! of 4 I"312- 6'1"" I 6 i; I ,7..1.-r -
t i ir3
Revolution nevergo; backward Duval Escambia, Franklin, Hills-! Fort McCoy_..........=t,' 2 I' 6' I4'' sti! 25 {: y U 6i 1 I
t I I ; I f .
the line. borough Jackaon, Manatee, Xa?iau, 14Orai'eS.riJ11: ...... .......I--t. y: J. II! 2' U : 24),)..... 3' : t5t 4' toy 3 13 2'S; s; 2Sj S ,_. ,_ ,, ---, .
Let the tight begin oc: firing ; \=] I R I
Orange, Oaceola. Putnam Suwannee, IJLiu< Ie_ .. -.-._! 11 o n ; 5' 2, I: ._..It 3 5' [f', S. g': 2 Ai 1 6 tl! i-' ;.JI -
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Ocala i it preparing for a big lo' rth. Voluaia, Walton and Wa. hingtoo. ISCitn..J 2j u: t0; 4tl I Fi, u 17'I 2 I, 11 I 3. 2, 6Ii, 6 z..' I' S J4 ; J9 r 5J 7 Sf"'E"--" !-- __ 4 N
I 2,4" ,
I .
.... ----- He received pluralities iu the follow .. ._._.. l.f 'I t. J f
IJ Anthony -- It' Ii' 42 !f 31 r IG t3 JS 45 39 z Sl1 I 31 : 45 fq '1
; ;
31 Ut 231 i
Marion can promUa aif ely five viz ; i 1 i +, 101 I f !f ] 111 1'31 1"i
ing counties!, : l'SMarta-... ... 2 I 6 F, 2
; 5 4 61 J %
Ui HI 4i, ui j j I i 3i 9i tai --
hundred majority In the M-cox Dd pri Alachua, Calhoun Hamilton r aatragaatra ., ....... I s' 4 51 : I! ; 9 IS 3'' 17: 11 II ." M .
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; == I i ( 131 r208'atchton III 1- ;
mary. Holmes, Lake Lee, MadUon, Marion ., .. 1' 2!, 14t 2Ii; 10'tot 4' U' 73 6. 6': m: a 2'i, iJ x.451! II 1 4q t U I" 45 3.3 I J4 _.... -
I It k t1 II' .pt' 1 ,
The ahovr that Senator Munroe Polk, Humter, santa! ....... .... of t f I "
return ,
m y' .
W 4'1 2 z i .
4)) 5 9 ; 5 20 ....
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2I:1k: 3j ; Ui 19i 9j, i 151 IG'I J 51 ; I J :- -

Taliaferro was doing thiug-taome west and Wakulla. 22,1ftIntc4t.." .... I41 j ", Oi I 1 62 : ,1 "j "i "I 1S'' 3 I 17'"I.\I "j" 4 4 i3 iI 1 51 :l 31 U 72 ... '- M ti e i2J

of the Ht. Johns river. In all thirty-one out of the forty- Pedro__.......,.....,,.,,.. 4 u; 31 4, 17!! at! 3 l -I 19 lOi 5! J uf 5-17i s ;; nI j n .. u 1_ .... __ _,_

five countin! the ftJttand, obtained t413onasca _.. ... ''' 41 6i 3r: lnj: f4, UJ /t -I 3i 19, 43 f 3-i t{ loAt es' ti! 16 i it6;I "I! ;i 5, "l bo i' .. WYo.- -.'- .
We now know who truck "BillyPatterson" c M
-f ( I I 1 1'
a majority over both Stockton and 2SCa1 :.tI'' -................. tJ, 4 St; 11), 34 1i 101 I_f II! 3 I I4' It; IoE 21. .3 u'J 6.! u ;. Ii 6.! tt._!_. 'f ..t A ,. _. .
It tbe Florida democrat I. j '
was I I !
Jennings gregating more than it,{). I __. ... > i I I J I I ,
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2fSparr -i ; 2 ly 5 J4 s I .
5: IS
ZI 9 : Sit 4f 11t} 14 I.: I7) 4 IG 'Ii i IJ s 51 10 '
In the tint primary I'' 9! i ,- ,,
J'IIUC ........,.,..,,,,,....._1.1 Z-4., 6., 4, n : J; J"'L" 3 ... J U l'34' 3. 16.:.... 01.. t' I ,' 4 _.I J.4 -l .. r ..
Marion county did well. A :;t(,ik- Y3LeVGn -- ., -.1-: s5:22-: 2t 1- 3 IS I 4 2S I 4 i 25 1-_. 6 I ..-.
.... 22J I u -
I ; 21 81 Ut j ZII 3i : i : ; It.

ton majority of tbre* hundred Wait Q Kendrick..4.... 2; 91 6'; 3z t : 31 u.. 2'' ..21 S. qi 11' 41 31 2t S 51 9''i 3 !! 14 2+! iS I 7; s.... .... -.-
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The Tampa Tribune, which Was t I J I I -r f'
converted into Taliaferro plurality of } .... .... :
a & -- i Sl 3' 41 f) >e i 3 101' S. f3- 14: 20i 13i: 3., 11 2' II 16 ; ,4 i 25 8 I'f' : ... n :.. ', -H--
168. neutral in the first campaign, is now Paired I : 3f I I 4t r I I. I I I 6I I !! : i I. 1I !1- '
31 ---- ..} 96' ,! 40 23: Ui t6 B : r
i : I-.J: \22-21' 4. 25 I 43 S4 _. ; : e2t3
= == = :::::
oat-and-out for Taliaferro. It says: I 54 241 5S' 35.5I03i; ; 25t W ; 491 ;36IOiergs: 422 f9:1122s: 365,1074, 1,536 ,1131 430 317Untr: +m 1 tj6 Iq. rp ; n *-I.. If* Mlis
Hearst draws the line on bolting.
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"During the heated contest for the
Whether be leads the ticket or followsit
United States senatorahip, prior to
he can be counted on for doing fool ilh Stockton to again cause !I THE VOTE OFFICIALLY DRCLARED. I way and W. D. Cam signified their We were U**'.d to a iMlt lim ..*
the first primary of May 10, the Trib
effective work' Whatever else may turmoil in the state, and the people I I I willingness' to bear their proper proportion : greatly &ee M rata WlI.utt,.

une refrained from espousing the don't want another contest the The democratic county executive I i --- -
be sill about Hear-it hU democracy t isunquestioned. on of the expense. iI
Cause of any one of the candidates for I I As wear 1M" Uy at tht ..r..w
senatorial tlon. committee met Saturday at the
qu A motion was adopted re-ip,:olnt*
the high office, believing that the of the erased JI.._
prtaMffgetting aN
The at 11 o'clock for the ,
Metropolis( does not contend armory purposeof ing the former managers and clerks to :

F. A. iloaioa-oa, who .,e (an his democrats Florida were fully capable that Mr. Stockton baa not the rightto officially canvassing the vote of conduct the second primary. aIHM.*. .... I4"$..I I

life In the New World in tbia city ia deciding the ca>e for them- down and g. at a RUle ..+ last Tuesday's primary.To por'r.Hon.
appeal again to the public if be I Cummitteeman Townsend of the
candidate for of selves.:'
again a
wants to, but we believe such a course the surprise of the committeeand Martin district, said it would be impossible .
SapohoM M. ..... ,..' i1sslimajoritk
Tampa. fh 1 is a tip-top good fellow The Tribune grIt on further to say:
on his part would injure him more the regret of his friends, Capt. for the old officers to serve In
"" and will make a grant! good mayor. "Ou this emphatic expression of the I i aid plnralttlM to A* M
than fiamuel R. Pyles member of the
anybody else. his district and the following
wishes of the democrats of the state, lowing eauaii. vii: GaUMM, CIa,.
This is a fair, plain, etMightforwaidpreectation committee, tendered his resignation viz: E. P. Townsend: F. M.
Tbe man who !studies politic i is, or Taliaferro'ri big plurality in addition Columbia HamttlM, Hi m<..
of the care, and ue be- a3 chairman of the committee which Townsend and Wm. Knoblock.
tbould be, prepared to run up against to tbe comparative merits of the two HilUbortmgb, H.I.M., J la. ....-
lieve the Metropolis' position will Le was necessitated by the pressure, of his Tbe old campaign committee coo-
some nurpri s but to home people in gentlemen who must engage in tbe faSt'ttf, Levy, Liberty, f**.. SNtaItosa
indorsed by all voters in the state not private bus-sines; Dr. J. G. Baskin, Dr. J. G. kin
'. this county tbe surprises, of Tuenlaywere secoud primary, the Tribune has no I I silting ** Taylor awl W.*fc!.2.Ni.Mallory .
blinded by Tjarti>aDnbip Jackson of Duuneilon, was unanimously J. T. Lewis L. S. Ligkt, D. A. Clark -
surprisingly Iourfri"iDg.Lakeland "
hesitancy in iU and
declaring warm
.S'It. ville Metropolis. elected in bis place. and W. T. Forbes, was re-appointed to Senator ttb.$1 M/a4asltr

unqualified support of t-Dator Talia- The canvasof the vote was then serve until the close of the second I II I "view with .uw" .. Msa.stM.w

ferro." Hon It. W. DAVN oomineil I ri- 0takfo
Ill/lj. .
'- Mr. W. Ji. Dickenviti, a former up and the committee did not I primary. vote poised 'M Ysea4.1M isu "7 ttstmediately

bright Mariou county boy is in the The Metropolis' Advice to Stockton tits or pluralities in the following finish 5U labors until nearly dark. I All the districts were represented ate
; The counties, viz: Ala'-bua, Dade, Duval, We in tabulated form the The (wrsKirt ...., 1tw1
uecoud race in Hillrtborough count r Metropolis, as everybody print I except Kendrick, Orange Spring,

Franklin Na.-aau, Oraiigp, (M>ola, a lot of &>te. Ml fee evt.. aI. ....
for feuperinteudeut of pu'ilie' iustruc- knows, is absolutely uncontrolled by vote for tlnittd States senator, con. Romeo and Lake Weir. .
Putnam, >t. John-, Sumter an l Vo.lusts. .
it the
tion and i It making: vigorous cam any faction or ael of men in Florida gre ainan for the first district, governor WfflfIlI ,
Atlantic Coast Line Worlds Fair Rates.
paign. He has got the elements except the proprietors, Carter __ _n __ __ First via** excursion: rates from The I'"te&e ia lit. ft
about him to make a good officer and In the late senatorial tight except the justice! of tbe peace and
Ocala Fla., to St. Louis and return a rrey rr tiers ttr
has,bright prospects of electiou. in this state, The Metropolis was neutral HEAD SOLID SORE constables.It .
tickets! sold daily : returning Mr. rllaricss N ...ttt>rws
each candidate showin i,.
-- ----- ---- giving a fair will be seen thitIr. Carlo He
M5.5T final return limit Dec. 15. may lave Ilk frwsha, ittN i1Mn ..
Editoreern to be more popular inHouth its! columns, and treating the candidate 8i trunk, of Ocala and Mr. told L. ,I
I $;:,8.00 final return limit 60 day no tlue.II'iei tit thM AM N Its ...
I Florida then in this: uectiou of with the utmost consideration. Wartmaun of Citra .
: : Awful Suffering of Baby and are officially ?3.w( final return limit 15 dt'ti. for tlnr pWeOvtr M tlrtr .....-..!......
the political vineyard. In the wn This much the candidates themselves declared the democratic! nominees for
Sleepless Nights of Special It() day coach excursions at sewn. -
toritl district comprising Manatee much acknowledge. the Ugis-Iatun ; Mr. Ayer for s..,es7or; -- -
very low rate Through, fel *|*n la )fan's 1111" .........
and DeSoto counties Elitor Joe The itoiiey of the paper in that ram- Mother. Mr. Cam, superintendent of school;
(row Jacksonville to St. Louis via got SK7 vol..s rilMlttMferro IS ... .....
Humphries. of the Muni! tee Hiver paign, in keeping! aloof from Uking Mr. Pasteur! treasurer; Mr. E-lwanN,
Montgomery Louisville K>' and HH. ; .... MM al tMi .faiths XaittHD.uu
.. Journal defeated Dr. J. C. I'elot seven side, had been decided upon by ifs commissioner foe first district ; Mr.
CURED BY{ CUTICURA via "Dixie Flyer Kou'e." Quickest' tlao .4 bd.ts wbanpjag rte.otu'sly .
voted.H' proprietors, as we believed the peopleof I'ylea for the third district, and Mr.
schedule, superior service. fur t5iee11stt. ...... 1.1
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Florid were the best judges of e chclA.LHldite'zj Fort for the fourth district: ; Mr. H.
For further informatioD. cOlUmunl. s.4ti.acttdo. 1M ...,. j.y1hslty"liar
claims and on the 10th of Skin Fair with W. Long and Mr. Villalonga/ P.
as a Lily no Scarto sate with! T. C. White, Div. 1'as, i eater to pisud .. .....?.
May they would register their verdictat Smith, tied, each receiving 100 votesin
the Recall Awful Sore agent, Tampa.i.Fla., W. J. Craig, tr.4ty'r tatwyy nitoru. ei4! 11s1sNet .
ballot box
to who
as was the the second district w they will
general passenger agent, Wilmington, ." Like ib. best man to represent'.Florida: in the Writes Mother. have to run over in the second pri
I 4 v> /vs.' (lod it ami no worw' t. .,....
United States! senate. They did ho by mary. In the fifth conunls'Iouet'h colA \eY.e.

giving Senator Taliaferro! : over- I district Mr. C. W. Turner and W. D. There i in at Ocala movement on .
herewith write oat In fall the be- -- -- -

whelming plurality over his opponents ginning and end of that terrible diieast, Bobbitt lead the ticket and will go to foot to bond the city for $41,000, to

nearly doubling the vote of J. eczema which caused my babe untold the second primary. take up all outstanding script, improve :

The BestMedicine N. C. Stockton, and actually obtaining suffering and myself many sleepless Hob. Robert Bullock candidate for I the electric light plant and SHYLOCKShylock

r within a few hundred"votes of a nights. J( place the city on a cash basis, thereby
My babe was born Judge of the county court, Mr. Car- -
seemingly a ,
I I I majority over all his
competitors. healthy child, but when she was three n
for Mothers I[ Now iu view of thU fact, 'fhe Metropolis weeks old a swelling appeared on the I clerk, Mr. Waid, justice of the peace script. Cash basis is the best foun-

I I knows it voices public uenti- back of her head, and in coarse of time had no opposition and were of course lotion a city can have to build upon.Keep wa4 the man whr

Dr. Pierce'sFavorite merit when it deprecates a oecond primary broke. It did not heal but grew worse, nominated.In the credit good, and prtrr+lweItywill wanted a pound << hum ,
and the
sore spread from the size of &
on the flesh.
senatorial question. dime to that of a dollar. I used all the race for sheriff, in which the surely come.--Jaeksinvllle Metropolis There arc aau t '

Even many of Mr. Stockton's warmest kinds of remedies that I could think Oft greatest interest centered, there was Shylocb now, the ero'< .

friends recognize the futility of such a but nothing seemed to help; in fact
grew worse. Her hair fell no nomination and Mr. Henry Gordon cent the conMimpti
campaign, and if Mr. Stockton out where The Metropolis quotes Mr. titoek- t
persists the sore was, and I feared It would never of Dunnellon, and Mr. John P. sickly child the
he will be overwhelminglysnowed grow again. It continued until my aged ton as saying that he will make Talia- pit Jot
Prescription father- I Galloway, of this city, will try their
came on a visit, and
when he all
ferro and his crowd \\-oman. waM huH
: under. Mr. Taliaferro ban the spend one lL |
saw baby he told
me to get Cutl- strength in the second: primary to beheld

Words cannot express how demonstrated conclusively that he is cnra" Soap and Ointment right away June 7.Mr. dred thousand dollars in the next and they CM get Ii-ia <.t:
him on
please I did
grateful I am for your kind advice the choice or a large of so, and to my primary campaign. If it "takes Scott's
part Florida'spopulation EmWon.
surprise their
by use the
and your Favorite Prescription sore began to Gordon S. Scott was nominatedfor
.it ,' writes Mrs. D. B.arricks. I; as the man for the heal over, the hair grew over it, and money to make the mare go," the re-
of Perrows, Campbell hen- to-day she has a nice head of hair, her member of tbe school board for Scott' EmyMcM k. IV:
Co.,Va. "I feel that it has cured itorial toga, and Stockton unless he akin is as fair as a lily, and she has no turns show that some one eke brides( !
the first J. S. Grantham for
tut I had been in poor health for four withdraws, will lay himself scar left to recall that awful sore and district; Taliaferro will need some of it and and bkxxl, bone Mid r mt> I,
year Suffered greatly with my right side open to it is over eight months and no of the second district, and B. R. Blitch
atM with bearing down pains, and my the criticism that his antagonism to its returning." sign need it bad. Let the band play and It feeds_ the ncm*. MmagUk ,
ru errs! were in a dreadful state. After using for the third district. Sumter A.
four bottles of your' Favorite Prescription Taliaferro is based on selfish Mrs. WM. RTER, Elk River, Minn. the batallions move forward. the digefrttvt Md thw
I am now well. I am the mother of "Cure permanent." So writes Mrs. Buljock was re-nomiuated for consta- -._- -- OfpM
two children. With the first child I suffered grounds. Ryer. Feb. 25, 1903, six years later: feed the whole body
ble of the first district.
twenty-eight hours, and with the Had the 'Your letter of the 19th inst.received, Hon. D. H. Maya received majorities /
second I used your medicine and was sick difference between the asking In regard to the cure of my baby John M, Graham secretary For I
or pluralities iu Citrus nearly
hours. believe Dr. Pierce'sFavorite Det&U thirty
only three I Taliaferro aud Stockton vote been some six years ago. Well the disease JeAn
Prescription to be the best medicine has never returned to her announced that there was not money Escambia, Gadsden Jefferson Scott's Emu. .
head .ka
in the world for suffering females. I close, like that of Davis and that which at Leon, ken \he
wish great success and hope that God Broward time was a solid sore on top and enough in the treasury to hold the Madison Polk
you and
I I there down Suwanee. gnat giver of hWe
will bless you in your noble work." would be good grounds for the back. Once or twice since -. Mi.BOWN8 .
then second primary and that the
a patch has come on her hand same
Dr. Pierced Common Sense Medical I Stockton to appeal again for the near
a pop wrist, but it finally disappeared would have be raised will sett,!
Adviser in paper covers is sent free on ular decision, but with such after proper treatment with Cuticura." to by private Mrs. John A. Logan is president of yrtt a 11IM1 ei4I

receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay exp I a tremendous Sold tuoahoat: the world. Clltieura RaoIftll&We. subscription. Ed L. Wartmann subscribed the Red Cross Society Her election ..t.. I....
v"e of mailing only. Address Dr. R. difference as Taliaferro's vote of (in fonD,\"hocoIate Coated FULL :jsc. per YIa\of 8UV
; OIDtmut ,Ze. ] pota t Loadou. 2:' Chatter S25 to the (fund E. L. Carney makes the loss SCOTT b
V Pierce Buffalo N. Y. hOGoe PuLt Barton
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port Stockton. i Miners at Blocton, Ala., refuse tc I r A Golden Rute! FVof ;
General Federation of Women's Clubsat
Mr. 8tockton's cliwpdgn WIUI a O1i8' ( FLEEING FOR REFUGE work because they do not like their St. Louis, Mo. I Agriculture: *
superintendent and the minee have
: take from the first. At the outset, be -1 St. Louis, May 19.-The president's Be Rood to your land and your crop
i I closed indefinitely > will be good l'Ifnl1 of
address, the representatives of
: drove from bin standard those news New Orleans Picayune Is made defendant I
general officers, standing committees j
papers which felt kindly towards him -Republican Deadlock In Illinois Insurgents Use Torch and Inspire in a 5100,000 damage libel I tnd representatives of the foreign wo I PotashI
Jacob: Nienaber,
suit brought by polIce
by his ill-natured and baseless decla- j I Still Unbroken.IT Great Terror. commissioner.At ,, men's clubs, were the features of th
ration that nine-tenths of the papersof the Good Roads convention: 5n second day of the seventh biennial of
the state bad been hired by the I MAY BE LONG DEFERRED. MANY VILLAGES ARE DESTROYED St. Louis General Lilies: suggested the general federation of women'sclubs' I qatif n the harvcst.
session at the Odeon.
that during times of peace: a portion Write us and
trusts to him. However friendly
oppose In Rank and File There Is Said To Bea The question of the general election we will s Reports From Bitlis, Asiatic Turkey, of the army be used to survey high
way have been the sentiments of still maintains its preference among I free, by neit mail,
Growing Tendency to Take a Re- Show that the Armenian ways. our money winning
Insurgents the delegates. The partisans of the
the Tribune and other respectable pa- According to a government report books.GERlUX.
cess. But No Candidate Favors Such Have Again Gone several candidates for president are I All VOKS
on Rampage-Unhappy
pen of Florida toward Mr. Stockton (the boll weevil pest will spread a.
active and a continual campaigning I N<
Course. f'
a \ State of Affairs. over the cotton belt in time.c
and his candidacy they could nut before the session of the federation
to kill the boll weevil has yet
support a man wbo hurled such an intuit Springfield Ill., May 19.-Restlessness Constantinople, May 19.'-According: way"been discovered. convened. There Is a growing disposition i1r;

was on the increase today among to a dispatch from the vail of Bitlis on the part of several dele-
at the reputable press of his state The battleship Rhode Island launched :
the delegates to the Republican state Asiatic TurIe17 villages have been gations, that of New York in particular -I
without a I loss of their Belf-respect. at Quincy Mass., went off the waysInto ,
convention. Many announced an intention destroyed by Armenian Insurgents iri a mud bank, where it stuck. to Induce the present Incumbent,
Mr. Stockton's distempered bowlsof I the district of Sassoun. Mrs. Dimies T. S. Denison, of New ;
of going home, leaving a few
Robert M. Speer, Democrat, was
subsidized Standard Oil More than COO families York city. to announce her candidacy :,
press Armenian
of their associates to vote their respective elected mayor of Denver by 5,000 ma
have taken refuge in Mush, a town iu I for re-election. Mrs. Denison, however I
money, corruption fund Flaglerism, delegations.In jority.In .
Bitlis. is very reluctant to do so, and _
etc., which he continued throughout; the rank and file there was a the house of commons John Red- has repeatedly said that she will not

crowing inclination for a recess of 20 AT mond, the Irish leader opposed the
th campaign he has never substan FAIR. allow her name to be used. --- -
known candidates erection of a monument to the late
days, but far
so as no --- --- --
tiated or attempted to substantiate bythe
were favorable to such a course. Austrian Section In Palace Manufacturers Lord Salisbury. Macon, Ga., May 19-The case peril
slightest fact or figure. From every United States Senator M. S. Quay's
Appearances indicated that the breakIng i Formally Opened. Ing in the United States court of B IT'S'
he has World's Fair condition is reported to be less encour
stump upon which appeared deferred : Grounds, St. Louis,
of the deadlock would be long C. Machen versus the Brunswick and

be has uttered charge alter if the event should await an May 19.-The Austrian section in the aging. Every precaution Is being taken Birmingham railway, has been settled
south wing of the palace of manufac- by those about him ti prevent a t
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charge against Mr. Taliaferro and his Igreement between them. turers relapse.A out of court by the company purchasing -
was formally opened today.
Machen's 'interest The receiverwas
supporters, and the Tribune baa yet to All night Governor Yates and his: There is a magnificent display of dispatch to The New York Her dismissed. FOR

find where he has established the committee remained at work on the I porcelain of Dux and Karlsbad embodying aId from Buenos Ayres, says the Ar Ii-

upper for of the Leland hotel conferring the finest workmanship and colorIng gentine minister of foreign affairs ii I
truth of one of them. Many of the Claim Association.
alternately with the Deneen and and furniture inlaid with enamel. drafting a commercial f-nvontion with Freight

people wbo were at first disposed to Lowden leaders. The Austrian government appropri- Brazil including all .\rtine circles. Savannah, Ga., May 19.-The Freight

support! Mr. Stockton soon became It is stated today that while a combination ated 32,000 kronen for its display, and James Boyd Martindaic. presidentand Claim association having members YOU !
connected with the railroads of the
convinced that his campaign slogans! between the governor and I this amount was fully expended. The founder of Martindale Mercantile

one of the other of the Cook county results, however, did not meet the expectations agency, of New York, Is dead.A United States, Canada and Mexico, Is
were mere hob-goblins of the imagination in session here today. There are ,
candidates was somewhat nearer than L of the exceutive committee. deputation from the governmentof

and, as his case continued to ever before nothing had been cons it is stated, and many conferences I Koursk has presented the emperor about 100 delegates, many of them ae- DRINK} I

grow more serious without any signs eluded. Neither Yates, Deneen or have been held with a view of bettering i. with $ ,OOO for the war fund. In comnanled by ladies. I

of recovery, they one by one flocked I Lowden was willing to concede that the display and making it accord bidding farewell to the Thirty-first artillery

his chances were less promising than L more with the plans originally outlined which will leave for Mtnchurla Married in Tampa. .
from his standard and him
gave up: those of rivals. No one of the candi before the opening day, but it the emperor presented the brigade i Monday night at 7:30 o'clock Mr.

as an incurable.-Tampa Tribune. dates seem willing to enter a combination was finally deemed best to dispense in the name of the empresa and W. D. Bears of the Tampa Business "i

An Open Letter. ,which would eliminate himself. with any delay and take up the matter himself an Ikon of St. Nicholas. 1
College, and Miss Mary Lou Weaver .
after the
exhibit had been
From the Cbapin S. C.News. Early KEYED TO HIGHEST PITCH. Determination to cut business opened.sessions FLORIDA WILL BE FOR PARKER. of Plant City who taught In the Tam

in the spring wife and 1
my were
short and devote School unifpd in
attention to Preparatory were j
taken with diarrhoea and so severe Factional Feeling Among Wisconsin I Delegation Uninstructed But Are
the called visiting the exposition, characterizedthe Known To Be for the Judge. ruarri-tge, Rev. B. K. Thrower, offici
were pains.that we
a physician THE
Republican Leaders. meetings of the various press as- opr
Jacksonville, Fla., 18.
May -Results
who prescribed for us, but his: sociations'
Madison Wis.. May 19.-Factional I meeting in the exposition of the Democratic
were can-
medicines failed to give acy relief. A grounds, and little business is trans. The hri'le will h" rpinrnioercd as
feeling between the Republican lead
vassed and
upset the calculations of HEALTH
friend who had bottle of .
a Chamber.lain' acted.
ers prior to the opening of the Republican the Hearst men for capturing the state having spent several w>ek*< in Ocala DRINKf
Colic Ch'lera and Diarrhoea
state convention at the Uni for the New York editor. early in the fall, us the attr-ctive

Remedy on hand gave; each of us a versity gymnasium today, was keyedup BOOK COMMITTEE. REPORTS. Of the ten delegates nominated the H

doee and we at once felt the effects.: I to the highest pitch. The question following are uninstructed, but it is I guest of Mrs. J. P. Hilbuni. I I I

procured a bottle and before using the Resolutions Presented to Methodist I Mr. and Mrs. Set-* leftai one- for
"Will there
a bolt of the an taken for granted they will stand for "

entire contents we were entirely l ti-third termers?" was asked on every Conference at Los Angeles.Los Parker: T. J. Appleyard, secretaryof Peiisacola to reside, Mr. S ?ar* takiug IN I[ GOOD D OLD '

cured. It is a wonderful remedy and Bide and remained unanswered in a Angeles, Cal., May 19.-The report the state senate; W. J. Hillman, charge of the PensaeoU Business College t

should be found in every household. definite way. The key to the situation of the book committee which has naval stores operator; W. R. Fullers :.!
been iu thtt city.
H. C. Bailey, Editor. This remedy was apparently held by former presented to the Methodist con merchant; A. P. Jordan, editor; Dr. F. t'SUMLIER

is for sale by Anti-monopoly Drug Congressman Samuel A. Cook, of Nee- ference today, is as follows: G. Renshaw, physician and C. L. Wilson I1ML"

Store. m nah, candidate for governor with over "Resolved, First we approve the lawyer.
120 general principle of unifying the book r MPEXCURSION '.
Miss Call) Honored delegates pledged to his support. The instructed Hearst delegates are
Without the adherence of Mr. Cookto concerns by consolidating its manu
John S. Beard, lawyer; W. J. Bryan,
The board of directors of the Metropolitan facturing departments and placing
any plan of withdrawal from or
lawyer and relative of the free silver

Opera Company, of New bolting the regular convenetlon, tfacJi them under one management. advocate; E. T. Bowden, capitalist and j
"Second, We recommend that the I t'j f
could avail
a plan hardly anything tan.
York City have selected five young politician. Dr. T. N. Anderson, a I
gible as the bolters would not have bishops; be requested to appoint a Hearst candidate
and D. N. Batchelor, J
ladles and one young man to become commission from each VI0 THESEABOARD
controlled anywhere near a majority conference anti-Hearst, will have to enter a second MET T O is a delicious .
singers in grand opera. They, will be of the delegates. district, and one or two at
primary to decide their contestParker
The state central large so as to provide an uneven num made 4 ii .
committee, which
sent to Europe at the expense of tbeletroJ.lOUbl.D men here are Jubilant. I beverage
worked late into the night, settled but ber in the committee and not include I
Company and will be therein members of the book I from Saw Palmetto
two contests. reducing the number ot commission SLASHED THROAT WITH RAZOR. ripe
given every advantage to become delegates In the anti-third termers' column but at least half the persons so I I

vtars. One of the young ladies selected by 22. The committee was in appointed shall be laymen, to which Preferred Death Rather Than Face AIR LINE RAILWAY Berries. Absolutely free .

session again today and it salt shall be referred the report of the
Is Miss Lucy Lee Call, of Jacksonville was Disgrace of Public Trial.
there was no question but what Governor book committee with power. MONDAY from harmful drugs. Metto
New York MAY 23
daughter ex-Senator Wilkm- May 18.-Rather than
That after
would have a majority duly considered
face the
Bon Call. They will start in few the disgrace of a public trial, stimulates the L/rir ;
a of delegates and quite a few to recommendations of said John D. Budd, a well known residentof ,

wt'tk8. going first to Pane spare.Senators. report, the commission, if it shall
then to
x Kofcoken
N. J., has slashed his flushes the Kidnys acts
\'IennaIunich and Berlin. They Spooner and Quarles and adopt a plan, shall proceed to outline throat with a pocket knife and will $2.00Ocala I t
Congressman Babcock and determine the same for consolidat.
were today
will return to America in time to pre ing the manufacturing die.He directly on the 8l* i.r. i
counseling "no bolt. department under
to and
was arrested a few days age, Tampa return on
pare for the opening of the next sea- The plan of the governor's followers an official management .
together with a lawyer and four other train, on regular trains leaving Makes the organs per j
I S ftou at the Metropolitan. Then the it is said, would be to renominatethe "Fourth, On the completion of the residents of Hoboken I
present state ticket from to general plan, the book commission charged with Ocala. May 2:;rd. limited return-
top form their .
functions 1
following season they will all secure having abused young children. Fifteen in a
bottom and to elect Governor LaFol. shall proceed to carry the same into i ing to May 2U.Corresponding.
iI charges have been made thus "
t ngagements in Europe to'e them lette to head the delegates at larg; effect, and shall present to the next I far against: them. The expose causeda low excursion : natural I way thereby J I

: a little foreign stage experience before to the national convention. The latter general conference the necessary disciplinary -
great sensation. rates from all
Badd, who is a south Florida

they take up the more iraj ortaut rolesiu might part be of overthrown the program, and, it was Senator said, changes." oooliliepper 45 years old. had been released points to Tampa. For informa-: 'I. keeping the system in a i

: the Metropolitan Opera.Mii Refused cn $5.000 bail after a night in
Spooner placed at the Money; Shot Mother. tion call on ticket ol and
head of the na your agent perfect healthy con. ,
jail He
New went at once to his bach
< Call i is twenty-two old York May 19-William Heder-
years tional convention
delegation. write A. O. MacDonell
mann, 19 years old., has elor apartment and barred the door Assistant
shot and
seriously -
U a brunette, tall and dition.
slight and hasa : : : : :
to al callers
After Passenger
. wounded his mother in East brooding several agent, C.
beautiful liof1rano'VGic OHIO REPUBLICANS.Small hours he .
Chester. The mother said she did throat repeatedly Boylston, jr., Passenger Agent

The other fortunate singers are not think: her son was of sound mindas and had bled almost to death when Jacksonville, Fla. I foI.It' hv All Dc'usj4.i.. .. .

MUs Josephine Scha1IrofNew York ; Attendance Outside of Delegates he had frequently declared that as found and taken to the hospital .
at Convention. -
MI;.. Lucite Lawrence of soon as he got money enough to pay .-
Kentucky; Columbus, 0., May 19.-The Repub his way to Washington he was going Will Instruct for Roosevelt.

Miss! Maud Mertdith, of St. Louis j lican state convention reconvened here there to kill President Roose\elt. The Laramie, Wyo., May 19.-The state b

who iu private life is Mrs. Burton today with a small attendance outsideOf I immediate cause of the shooting, she Republican convention which will meet ThosAwui tkadacbesI7ij4.i .

5 :-mlth.; she is the only one among the 951 delegates. Natural gas fires said, was her refusal to give her son here at 3 o'clock today to select dele- .

th fortunate number who is married throughout the auditorium did not I money with which to buy whisky. egates to the national convention, wilj Aro euro indications cf & ni f >rm of ttnnMcii
keep from nominate
; three
many wearing their presidential
over ,, trouble, biliousness or a L.<< lir.. Malaria will
MIss Bessie Greenwood of Hornellsville coats. While the weather was unfavorable I I ft justice of the state supreme court,, -' tV cert overtako you. Don't rtv: It. "mi ubovo aft I

X. Y. and Mr. Floyd Rand, of there was little in the convention UNUSUAL INJUNCTION. a representative in the 59th congress, (/1fr '\\W

New York. proceedings to attract crowds. governor and state treasurer. The
1 1Herblno. Yale Student WHERBINE
There To Have Been Unduly
was contests for only twn mpn delegates to the national convention
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or places on the ticket, and no pros Influenced. will undoubtedly be instructed for I
i New Haven, Conn., May 19.-Ernest _
pect for such oratorical Roosevelt f '
_ Will overcome indigestion and dyspepsia as was given entertainmen I i H. Hurd a Yale senior has been restrained jj ; I /' has til their of fate
yesterday fcy Senators deadly cCecU. 1! RBINE th
; regulate the bowels and cure Foraker and Dick. I I:. by an injunction issued by Actor Commits Suicide. ,' qi \ regnianlywilifotvst3tl be&e ithodigestive

liver and kidney complaints. It is As the temporary organization was Judge James Bishop from communicating New York, May 19.-Hudson "Lang- 'I -:: or snn f'rfe et oo (tt>

the test blood enricher and invigorator made permanent, Governor Herrick with Mrs. Lavinia H. Foy, 90 } ----ars don, a graduate of Oxford, who entered 9 I '.. \ tion, head "(i 'ih'uwjp, tM d chM,

In the world. It is purely vegetable again presided. The reports of thd of age, either by letter, in person or upon a stage career under Sir ,I j I j liver ill, tt! n you ia good iwaltfe.30e -

perfectly harmless in other manner. # 1 71W 1? TO4MY. ..
and committees Henry
should were soon adopted without Irving 15 years and achieved I 1
you be a sufferer from incident, Hurd whose home is in Wilton, considerable & Bottla. All DrujjUlf,
disease Including that reputation
of tit
you the as a tragedian _ _ ..
Conn. Is
will use it if committee I' working this way throughthe
you are wise. on resolutions presented by has been found dead in his apartments ..
]{. X. Andrews, Editor and its chaIrman Senator Dick university and has made his here. He had : '
Mgr. who re- : committed suicide : _d.J .
home at Mrs. Foy's. The latter who u,
Cocoa and ceived an ovation. i ,
Rockledge inhaling
News gas. .
Cocoa i
1 has helped many poor students at Yale Brick LOn w.
FJa., writei: "I have used Her JOHNSON
your to Train Wrecked; One Killed.
gain education
an is wealthy and I
Line In family, and DEMOCRATS WIN. I otl
my find it
a most noted for her philanthropy. The injunction Moorcroft, Wyo., May 19.-An eastbound Lime ;
Ikal.r In
excellent medicine.
Its effects upon Entire I IColo.Contest I was secured by her son and I Burlington train was wrecked
myself have been a marked benefit. Elected at Denver, heir in conjunction with the trusteesof 3 miles east of here by spreading ol Hair A

I recommend it unhesitatingly." 50j.. Probable. I'I the estate, who assert that Hurd rails and George Carpenter of Cody NW[ AND SECOND-HANDMACHINERY.[t

_ Antimonopoly Drug Store. m Denver, Colo. May is.: -On the faceof I has unduly influenced Mrs. Foy to give was killed. A number of delegates Cement I
the returns which
, Hon. C. M. Brown.Iarion' are still incom- him large sums of money and has esj on their way to the Republican state ---PROPRIETOR OF- ,
o18te tie entire Laths
ticket has; tranged her froit. her reatives. convention at Cheyenne, were injured THE LAKE CITY MACHINE a'i
\ been
: :
candidate received majorities electee m rais city. Robert \V. i I but not seriously. SHOPS. i

in Marion, his home county, and Speer's majority over John W. SprIng.! I And Locomotives For Sale and Lease. i ..,

in Lee er, Republican, for mayor, probably Susan B. Anthony Goes to Germany No Truth in Reports. Second Hand Rail Bo ht .
and f and S.M.
county pluralities in will be New York, May 19. Shingles.Office i ..
ovet 3,000.Republican -Susan B. Anthony Rio Janeiro, :May 19.-Am investiga .
Baker, Bradford, Brevard Lake leaders and her sister locomotives for sale! or le *f.
intend to contest Mary, have i tion made by the correspondent of the I.ur Sle-
Wakulla and Walton and the result asserting that sailed for Germany to attend the International Associated Press ; -
quite a over 2,000 .1 shows there is no One 16x24 Tolbert Eturiu Due U1 t
creditable vote in all the counties in registered voters were disfranchised Woman's Council and International truth in the reports that Brazilian officials Oge l4zlti New York Safely. One lc.Hp' Irde nail! H wg3...

through having had their Suffrage convention at Ber and One 75HP Harris CorIto. i.tnip 1t
: the state. names pun stopped a British ship at Ma- Shopsnear Ooe .* Erfo '11'.
.j posely omitted from the lists and that lin. The former is a delegate from naos, on the Amazon river May 13, on L On*>12HP Gasolene. One 50HH. One :))UP. m

He received over 500 more votes thousands of votes were east by re I the national suffrage organization and the ground that she had on board am OM One 150 Hp hhrh pre ture r turn Mr boiler, fine. !

: than Mays. peaters. I from the National Woman's Council munition destined for the Peruvian S. A. L. Freight hand 25HP and other Economic machinery.boiler, and a lot of other .lies on

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t 4>1 STEPHEN-'M. SPARKMAN. OLD AGE. At the Ocala High School. irattelslattal. I T
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I A representative of this paper vis. - --------------- .
I fit E.BIGGS. 4 yy RS
Reviewing the primary election just As we picture old age before it is ited the Ocala public school Fridayand .1.. ATTORNEYAT.LAW.Office .

held, one fact elands out In special i reached, it appears anything but desirable spent a most interesting morning I ( in Gary-Agnew Block.)

prOfl3Luenee-Ibe endorsement of Congmwuiau i in itself. If men do not actually visiting in the different departments. OCALA. FI.ORIDA.

Spnrknian (another term. or strongly wish to die to avoid In the primary department the D. FULLER I
It ::_ I
1 Ilia uujnrity germs to be larger than what they believe to be at best only a work i ia exceedingly interesting and DENTIST.

I wan expected. by those: of his friends pulseless torpor," it is owing to the the progress made bj the children, Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank.Ocala Fla';
1 who life which all none of whom are over eight years of I
wrrr Hut lu touch with the actual instinctive clinging to M. THOMPSON. 1

t lUhUMgeuiriit of the campaign. Not men have, and which keeps us moving age, since the beginning of October is J !
t t having titfn enrolled among his on with our heavy load up the truly wonderful. There are ninety Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp. Montezuma.

tj.othu81."II.l supporters, the Herald steep gradient when other feelings children enrolled in this class but the OCALA. FLA'

'\,111 ludulge In any unbecoming whisper, "it were better not to be." attendance recently has fallen oft on EDWIN SPENCER..

lludaliouof of ihe Mi-cessful: candidate. But instinct bears us steadily forward account of measles and other sickness

i But it feels that it may congratulatehim into old age, though we are not This class is taught by Miss OCALA.ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- 7-8-y FLORIDA,

: uM>u the manifest! confidence charmed with the prospect, but because Nellie Stevens and Miss Cora: Griffin,

; felllu hiui by the people of hid dis though we dread old age, we who as primary and kindergarten J K. CHASE 41 r

trict. That confidence was shown:! at dread death more. Such, to speak! teachers, are very successful.: DENTIST.OCALA. FLA r: t I s ill s .1

the close of warm contest, when honestly is probably the feeling of While there were no formal exer : _H& 4W
every rteource of adversaries bad nearly everyone who is growing TId cises yesterday, the work done by CARLOS

brew exhausted, But old age when reached, is generally the children during the year was on ATTORNEYATLAW.Room n ITuw)
4, Masonic Building, Ocala Fla. 5821: d0y s
)(... Sparkniiucouducted) his cam. found to be happyand| full of exhibition and quite a number of the Nr

clean aud wholesome all parents and friends of the childrenwere -------t \ I 1 \ U
palgv lu a distillled, peace. Our anticipations are .

manner. He relied upon his founded upon error. We forget that present, who were truly gratified U

record a* a public servant, claiming enjoyment depends entirely upon at the results of the year's work. :

to have done his: duty fully. Upon adjustment between ourselves and The penmanship, drawing number -- II 1riwgicVLS.J

this, publicly and privately, he depended our environment. Did we enter upon work etc., were exceedingly neat and .- t

fur hia re-election, and it old age: with the same selves we are showed a marked improvement from D5Deserv.E

he reckoned It is to in manhood month to month. confl- '
IftWII that wisely. fiery youth or lusty we
dence.They have
hUcrwllt that during the entire cam- should find it an utter dreariness. The black boards were all, ornamented failed-won't fall never now. Ia

palgu he never stooped to a dodge or But we are not the same selves. with pictures drawn by tbe Sold 1904 by'Seed all Annual dealers.

it .btrategenj or trick but was entirely Ambitions have fallen away from us. children illustrating different stories \ postpaid free. _
D. M.FERRY it. CO. 4
rr sen and above board. We no longer aspire. We really ac- that they have learned during the Detroit,Mich.Watch a '_ -

Thrre was much in the claim ot his ct'pttbe inevitable, and are calm andhappy term. There were pictures of "Maryand

frivuiU that long service in congress L in such acceptance. If the her little lamb" "Jack and Jill," We Conduct a Strictly First Class

adds to the ability of a representative nerves do not thrill neither do they and many interesting sketches of

aud this gain I is now the gain of the administer shocks. Even death, Longfellow's "Hiawalha." The h the Kidneys

people of the district. It is reasonableto which cannot be far off visions itself i children are especially fond of this Family Liquor Store.

believe that Mr. tjparkman! will not as a king of terrors, but to use last story. They can recite many WHEN THIY ARK AFFECTED LIFE ia

the of "the inn lines from the same and can tell the IN DANaEM
to ,
perform his promises people Spencer's description quiet -

this city.and hia district! and it is not of rest," or Longfellow's, as "death, story and explain it from beginningto A WORD OF WARNING
We prepay freight or express charges OQ the following:
unreasonable that both he and the the consoler" or in Keat's phrase end.
They sang a number of the songs Dr. ABXBXSTHT, the great English Spring Dale, Baltimore Rye, 15 ytaw- old, 4 full nU 80.OO. 12 full
'ieaseful death.
Dewer News.
people are to be congratulated upon Daily payslelii and surgeon, well known all qta. $15.00.
his re-election. That the choice of that they have learned and gave avery physicians,sounded words'of. warning
Family Cabinet, Maryland Rye 12 ola 4 full .OO. 12 fallBrutus
years qU. 8
An Ex'Ocala Man Turned Farmer. drill before the
the people will prove to be the wiser pretty just the medical profusion tad to all mankind qts. 81..00.
Mr. Frank E. Bugbee is for a time recess. when kI uttered aM words: "Watch .tktkidntys
one will doubtless be fully demonstrated when it Maryland Rye, 10 years old, 4 full qts. 81.0U.12 full qt. 1100.
thty ors ijfecttd lift
of eventij- at least the cucumber king of Hastings In the next room the second grade, ;
by the course in tanftr." XXXX Monongahela Rye, 7 years old, 4 full qta. 83.20.12 full qt*. '.00.'
as he has up to date the most taught by Miss Margaret Taylor,
Tampa Herald. It It the duty of then organs to keep
prolific field of cukes in this commu were having a spelling lesion,; nearly ear blood strained poisonous Impurltlw Coupons to our semi-monthly free distribution with every pure ha**. W.
satisfaction refund References
guarantee or your money. ; National Bankof
Sunday School Convention. nity, and has already shipped from a all of whom made perfect marks. that are capable If etnslnf the most fatal Jacksonville, The Merchantile Agencies. Remit by postofttce e'r eiprew
forms If disetie. Wk. they da net > money order. Goods shipped promptly and In plain boxes.
J The Sunday School Convention of patch covering only two acres over They then had an oral review lessonin perform
their work then trouble !
properly, a
I the Eastern District of the Marion five hundred crates of cucumbers, all arithmetic and proved themselves
some form Is sort to follow sooner or later, .
Baptist Association to be held with of which have netted him a hand. fine little mathamalicians. and If neglected, death will follow.

the First Btptist Church of Ocala, some profit. In the afternoon tbe third grade, Some of the most Important symptoms 'IFllCI[ [[ A MOMNT.[ "

May :IStii and 29lb, 1901.PROaRAMrSATURDAY.. Mr: Bugbee may lose his royal title chaperoned: by Miss Taylor, went out are, aching In the back or Lips, swollei 4gy ,

wben Messrs. Dupont, Wilson,Squiresand lu the woods and spent a very happy ankles, puffiness under the yes, dry or I//
furred tongue unnatural appetite and Have you decided on the kind o
others in with their heavier afternoon picnicing.
11:00 a. m. Introductory sermon, come treat thirst,weakness and lost of weight 7'h t' f' fertilizer you are going to use? It's
IcI v. J. M. Deveneau. acreage, but so far he has made the Death of An Infant. sediment or cloudiness the urine dry- I I I not a question of how much but
Best record of in growing cess cf the skla or stroaj perspiration! ,
.. 2:30p.m. BuMnesasessionOrgani- anyone May, the little two year old daughter } what kind when thy best result
disorders of the stomach and lirer. a
zatloa Reading reports, Enrolling cukes. of )[r. and )[rg.V.. S. Allsop, All the abort symptoms do net can be obtained. You can't make
committees. The Farmer and Trucker editor vis- appearla a
messengers, Appointing deed! at their home at :Stanton on any one case and all kidney disorders A mistake when you use our high grade
DISCUSSIONS.1st. ited Mr. Bugbee's place on Wednes Lake Weir will net the *
Friday May 6 and was present same symptoms. y fertilizers.
Query. "How can we nave day. Mr. Bugbee himself was superintending buried there the following day. There Is nothing that sa quickly and

training schools for our Sunday I the digging of his late po This paper deeply sympathizes with surely makes the kidneys right aiFox. is Highest cash price paid for dry bones {
BJDSIT CXTXI. It Is of the
a preparation
Schools?" tato crop, which when all harvested, the bereaved parents.As best knows remedies used by the world's FLORIDA fERTILIZER MEG [QMP1XT I Ii
2nd. Query. "What is the Sunday will foot un. approximately 3.000 bar
Best celebrated kidney specialists.. nil ..
School for?" rels, for which be received a band- predicted by us, the people have endorsed by physlcltns and wed by tho*. Gainesville. Fl x

3rd. "Which is best to be bright some price. shown their good judgment in rally studs. It has saved many lives,and whileIt -- ,-- -- --

and entertaining and get all kinds of As he stood in his field directing ing around Mr. Davis for governor as cannot cure hopeless cases, It will prevent WANT

people Into the Sunday School, or to his men, a letter was handed him containing the returns thus far indicate they fatal kidney troubles and five relief WE.>+**..+.**+..** I
in even the last stages of kidney disuse.PostofBre .
make Bible study and character build- a fat check from the firm of have. He wan not expected to win Every Grower in the State
Drug Store.
y (loir the malu objects?" J. H. Balnenburgfor a shipment of overall the other candidates.I.That
To Have Our Books: a
F 7Mp. m. Mug f4erv ce. cuk(>s. On the veranda of his hand- was too much to hope for.under all

[ ;:U I'. m. Discussion. some residence Mrs. Bugbee was per the circumstances. But the big lead It Will FLORIDA VEGETABLES' complete manual ou Florida cropf.

; 4th. Query. Does Sunday Schoolwork sonally superintending the packing of he has received shows that his superior FLORIDA OR.\XGES"-Book of special interest to Orange Or .were.
"FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"-BookIet ou "8olV! rleU CulUff
I'ayt" as flue a lot of cucumbers as were merit is apprecited and carryingout Pay You tion, and Fertilization."

Ilu.iuess beacon.SUNDAY.. ever marketed from Florida. that time honored doctrine thata I IIF 'IRISH POTATOES"-Booklet on Soif, Seed, Planting and Cultivating,

r Just beyond the house was the big lead entitles a candidate to the You have any Real Estate : Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and Slipping."
I "PIXEAPPLE FEllTIM/IXCr'-Of special interest to plnrapf
!r" 10 a ui. Sermon. "cuke" patch, a sea of living green, nomination, the voters will rally to sell, i growers.

. f 2:30 p. m. Discussion. and loaded with young fruit and blos around him almost solidly in the IDEIL FEUrl.lZEUS.-tlook showing all our Ilirr..ul branan

How the children ; second ORYou're analyses prices, eic. 1
can primary.Tallahasseean.
5tb Query. soms.While New and Revised Editions of above just published, sent FREE for the ashief 1
U Induced to Interest themselves the patch has been bearing i thinking of comingto
The Metropolis wishes to take oil IF I Florida for a home
more lu the study for over a fortnight, it gives promiseof TOOMEU FERTILIZER
I i) its hat to the Hon.l Frank Clark for
I ecli'mllernouMb t yielding heavily for a month longer, OR OC..lL.SEEn STOKE .'G} x'rs, Ol'I6l.'r...\.

Query. What !shall we do with as thus far the cucumbers which have the splendid campaign he has* made ------- -- I
in his contest for the nomination for You desire to inyest in any -
our boys? been picked have only been taken congressman from thellsecond con IF kind of Florida property, JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. GEO.VMiYDR, Vice Prw F
"U"IOfM'Ilou. from around the bunch.

Other devotional services may be They have just began! to fruit on the gressional district of Florida. It is a TO SEE National Bank
record to be rroud of. Mr. Clark The First
(provided for at the spreading vines. OR WRITE
|t H. C. MARTIN, The seed were first planted under a will agree with us that the Metropolis -
I! has had little to do with this re- OF GAINESVILLE.The .
Pres.: canvass shed In quart berry boxes and
-- Chartered lank in Alachva County.
at the proper time were then plantedto -Metropolis. J. H.lIVINCnON &SONS Only

One of the greaest blessings a mode Capital. _ .. .. . .. . .. .. .... . .. fSO,000 63 J
the field. Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall has returned -
eel wan can wish for Is a good, reliable I OCALA FLORIDA. Surplus and Undivided Profits.19,00'( It

i set of bowels. It you are not the Tbe Bugbee farm is hountifully sup from Jacksonville where she --. Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bunk I.! tb* !
plied with water from a large artesian went to attend the funeral of here I state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchant, Corporations,
happy jwssessor of such an outfit you ) Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
I well, and during the dry weather the aunt, the late Mrs. Martha Kendrick, I '" It t
greatly Improve the efficiency of 4 ,: transacted. promptly. 1
can field has been irrigated by merely whose death occurred at her home in :i l '.{j H.E.TAYLOUCMhlerMcMillan
those have by the judicious use lH\: -
turning the water into the ditches that city several days ago. Mrs. ":- .
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ...." ," ----- -
the cucumber beds being tiled. Kendrick was well known in Ocala :..-
Tablets. They are pleasant to taker viQ&bt \'c2O
' TkOd agreeable In eflect. For sale by The irrigation has not only increased andher friends regret exceedingly to
6 I
Anil-monopoly Drug Store. m the fruitage, but; it has also learn of her death. Bros

given rich color to the cucumbers. ."'; -h
green Mrs. Frank Harris returned home ,;;r'50' .."i"r'r. ....... '
Horseback riding! is the fad in Ocalaat Thus far Mr. Bugbee'a shipments Saturday morning from a visit to J'... 3JPl'.P'!, ) r''!"..". .-I
: "
Every morning at six have netted him an of: :"- "''' Works
present. average I Lake City Monticello and Jacksonville ,lI"1.......--.'., r:.', Southern Copper
of the people after for crates : ,,"_ 1 ';;: ,' .
o'clock parties young $1,000 per acre paying ) _a ".- : '
In the former city she attended j c..V..-.. y;.Il,..." Stills
., of
'. Manufacturers Turpentine
enjoy this most delightful,-fascinating freight and commissions. It is reason- 'ii f, ;.
the annual convention of the ";f: 'f .
,. : .1 .
and healthful exercise and soon Ocala able to expect that the patch is still $ ;
t I. Daughters of the Confederacy as a qfLos..t. ".", .t.r..iS"..( { and General Metal Workers.
boast of very excellent horsemanship good for a thousand basket crates of; tw4 A '.: rj
; can delegate from the Ocala Chapter and
I: | both among the young ladies cukes.In j
in Monticello she was the guest of her
i! and the young gentlemen. all, the cucumber acreage at Has. brother. Mr. James J. McDonald. ,I Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

tings amounts to 40 acres, and if the RPREPPJIIeAr through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

$1'' j Lakeland has had another fire and, price holds, at least $10,000 will be Willie Jennings thought be was wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

1. low another nice block of buildings. made from the crop this season. "it" but now he is &'nlt.-j ml following works .
h the defeated candidates-don't Next year the acreage bids fair to Metropolis. VILLE N. C. SAVANNAH OA
L 517 and 519 W. Bay Ft.Jucksopuille ,
jr I" life be one of'suds and soli- be largely increased.-Hastings FOLEY ijOlffiYANDTAR
o ; 4uvK Trucker and Farmer. Cures PitPneumonia Fla. -

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The Dear Women Should be Treated I Over-Work Weakens

.i HCOOL l B BOARD MUn G. Fairly. Your Kidneys.

To the Editor Ocala Banner. STR\USS & COtS
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood
Ocala Fla., May 2, 1904. The assertion is continually being

The board of public instruction in made by the opposers of woman suffrage All the blood in your body passes through I I V e :
kidneys once three minutes.
and for Marion county Florida met your every Ii
that women work under no dis- The kidneys are your .i V V
this the 2nd day of May in regular ;( r blood purifiers they filter : WHOLESALE
advantage as a result of their disfran-
session with G. S. Scott, chairman. B. out the waste or
IU Blitch and J. S. Grantham present. cbidemeut. impurities in the blood.If .
they are sick out I.
or i1
Minutes of the last meeting were Another striking object lesson show- of order,they fail to do

read and approved.A iug the unjust discrimination betweenthe 'fie their work. _
petition was before the board Pains,aches and rheumatism Dealers.
wages paid men and women for from Whiskey
signed by one-fourth of the qualified come ex-
the same work has come to our noticei cess cf uric acid in the
voters who pay a tax on real or per- blood, due to neglected
sonal property of the Grahamville i through the appointment of a woman kidney trouble. "Ij.

neighborhood asking the board to call i J of large experience as librarian in the Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady OCALA FLORIDA. \ f
I' heart beats, and makes one feel as though ,
an election for the creation of a specialtax public library in Minneapolis. It they had heart trouble, because the heart is
school district. There being no objection t over-working in thick
seems that the woman in questionhad pumping a
to the said petition, the electionwas poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It .
been assistant librarian for a used to be considered -
only urinary _
called to be held on Tuesday June y V.. ,
troubles were to be traced to the
and efficient kidneys
or more years so
7. 1904.
but now modern science proves that nearlyall
The board canvassed the returns of was she in the discharge of her dutis constitutional diseases have their begin- it*

elections held in all special school districts t that she was generally recognized a ning in kidney trouble.If fj Sell the Best Liquors i ,
you are sick you can make no mistakeby
on May 5, 1904, and declared
the working head, and was so recog first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
following rseults: nized the librarian himself who and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
by i
Ocala, No. 1, voted a three mill levy Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is For the Least Money. R }
and elected R. A. Burford. B. A. depended largely upon her sagacity soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases m
Weathers and J. M. Barco trustees. and resources in administering his
and is sold on its merits "
McIntosh. No. 2. voted a three mill office. But when the librarian resigned by all druggists in fifty- a'i.! -: ":==-

levy and elected J. K. Christian W. E. and the assistant, who had ,' cent and one-dollar iiz- .rl..ill.I'W'r;Ioi'i"'1 .;.iii'..'N ..-) V ( it'i V
Allen and II. C. Walkup trustees. 'es. You may have a = ji
Belleview No.3, a three mill levy been for years the working head, was sample bottle by mail Home cf swamp-Root 8AtTj npQl1V1 IE R <
how find
free also pamphlet telling you to Remember
{ Our Motto
fill the her :
and J. L Whisenant J. N. Shedd andJ. appointed to vacancy, out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. i ?
A. Freeman trustees. salary was not only cut down to 51,000 Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer 40 "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEALING." s t0wt

Fantville, No.4. a three mill levy a year less than the man had receivedbut & Co., Binghamton N. Y.

and V. Fant M. D. Dixon and G. P. esAa Ito
the office of assistant librarianwas Qom. .
Pedrick, trustees. fVe
y abolished and the duties of both A Great Victory tY
Dunnellon, No. 5, a three mill levy
.and R. H. Sanders Geo. P. Bridges offices were thrust upon her at $1,000 It now looks as if Senator Taliafprro .
and J. L. Leitner trustees. a year less than the man received for has won over all his opponents in the \ especially call your attention to the following "

Reddick and Lowell No.6. createda the one office. first primary. This is a victory for specialties: zStrauss'

district to Include the Reddick and Nor is this discrimination against the people,as there can be no doubt
Lowell schools, voted a three mill levy
women anything unusual. The same that Senator Taliaferro is in a position four full twelve
76 $6 full
and elected B. P. Wilson, W. M. Shock- quarts, ; quarts, |i6.
ley and C. M. Carn trustees. holds good in many positions occupied to render the whole country more

Pine Level, No. 7, a three mill levy by women and especially in that of good than any other man the people I'' Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3.50; twelve

and R. D. Stokes, J. T. Ross and H. A. teaching. could have nominated. His previous ill fullqwarts1io.

Ross, trustees. While the Minneapolis librarian record in the senate has been a most
Mayville, No. 8, a three mill levy andJ.
was deprived of her legitimate com remarkable one so far as the effective,
Strauss X L Baltimore
F. Simpson, B. Coggins and H. Mor.. Rye, four bottles, $2.90;
rison trustees. pensation ostensibly because she wasa intelligent work is concerned. From twelve bottles, $8.50. _

Weirsdale, No.9. a three mill levy woman, as a matter of fact it was the latest bulletins it still seems as if

and Wm. L. Smith, V. P. Kelsey and because she helongs to a disfranchisedclass. Taliaferro will win over all, but in Fern Hill four twelve
Rye quarts $5.50
W. W. Reed trustees. ; quarts, $15.
This is proven by the fact that the event of a second primary he will
Cltra No. 10, a three mill levy andJ. .
in states where vote they receive be so far in the lead as to make his
B. Borland H.. M. Oyer and W. J. women P. S-Strauss Pays the Freight or Express on these Goods. i
Crosby, ,trustees. equal pay with men in public triumph complete on the 7th of June. V i
W 9 41' tl.
- Griner Farm No. 11, a three mill levy offices for equal work. But it is to be hoped that a second All
goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same day 7-
and J. J. Luffman. H. Jones and W. P. If the men who are crying out primary will not be necessary.! Sen as the order is received. t 1 1 t
Chalker trustees.
against women taking their wok from ator Taliaferro's record has been so m
Buck Pond, No. 12, a three mill levy Agents for P4BST MILWAUKEE BEER.
thoroughly discussed that it would be '
them would help the women to secure K
and J. B. McGehee J. F. Pedrick andJ. 1

C. Folks, trustees. the ballot and through the ballot secure merely a repetition to again place it Respectfully,

Sparr. No. 13, a three mill levy and equal pay in all public positions, before our readers. All we have to SiRAUSS te \

H. Meadows, W. Luffman and A. J. is that the .. ,
Stephens trustees. it might result in more 0 men being say people done STRAUSS & co. } 1

Candler No. 14, a two mill levy andJ. employed, that is, if they did as goodor themselves proud in recognizing the sir. s iw 1

P. Galloway and A. McLain elected better work than the women whichis services of our distinguished junior

trustees. and Geo. H. McCullough andI. now given as a reason for their re senator, and the very flattering vote OCALA, FLORIDA.

N. DeLong tied. The board declared ceiving more wnges. he has received is an indication of the -- -- _-_ ..; ,
the place vacant as neither received a and the esteem and confidence in which he is ,
majority of votes. Give women equal wages .. -. ,. --.- -- ...- .- -- .- >
rest will adjust itself according to the held by the people of the whole state.
The superintendent was instructed to
notify the patrons to recommend some fittness of the individual for the -Indian River Gazette.The .

one as the third trustee this being according position. Newspaper. A Hard Man To Beat.

to legislative acts of 1899. ELXORA MONROE BABCOCK.
Fellowship No. 15, a three_ mill levy -- "I am stirred to admiration often ,
and V. M. Seckinger G. W. Mills and A Sure Thing.It when I look at the work that goes
is said that nothing is sure except
W. B. Rawls, trustees.
into our newspapers, with the knowl-
death and but that is not alto.
Electra, No. 16, a three mill levy andJ. ,
true. Dr. King's Sew Discov- edge that it is only for one day.
B. Holly J. A. Morse and J. C. Pil- gether
lans trustees. ery for consumption is a sure cure for When I look at the real genius that o rf

Blitchton, No. 17, a three mill levy all throat and lung troubles. Thous- goes into the editorial columns, muchof I

and Geo. M. Butch J. M. Blitch and W. ands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. it as keen and of a class as high as

J. Willis, trustees. Vah :Metre, of Sheperdstown, W. Va., the Juntas letters I'm amazed. A

:Martel No. 18, failed to hold an says "I had a severe case of bronchi.
bundle of letters equal to the Junius h0
election and the board declared that tis and for a year tried everything I .

the same trustees and millage stand heard of, but got no relief. One bottleof letters is born every day in o-jr news-

according to law until changed by elec- Dr. King's New Discovery then paper offices and goes to the dust bin
cured me absolutely." It's infalliblefor
tion. every night. A muzzled press is the 1 V r9
Fort No. croup, whooping cough, grip pneu (
King 19, a three mill levy insolence
one large that America will
and S. B. monia and consumption. Try it. It's
Long, J. B. Cappleman. and
not tolerate. Xo gag was ever manu-
& Co.
T. C. Clayton, trustees. guaranteed by Tyings m

Cotton Plant, No. 20, a two mill levy Trial Lottie free. Reg. sizes 503. $1.00. factured that would fit American iK27

and J. S. Weathers, D. A. Walker and lip?."-Dr. FUhhurne.Cream Cr
The of the first
voters congressional
D. M. Barco, trustees. -*- -
district have clearly expressed their IJ3jfr1
Linadale, No. 21, a three mill levy VHI'J E '@
and R. B. Ervine C. A. McCraney andJ. confidence iu Hou. ti. M. Sparkmau

B. Booth, trustees. as a repr"seutative in the house. 'fhe Vermifuge

Capulet. No. 22, a two mill levy and Herald does not believe that Con-

C. II. Cooner F. R. Pashley and Rich- ,
gressman Sparkman is a man who
ard Green trustees. THE GUARANTEED
would violate the confidence of the
Orange Lake No. 23, a three mill
levy and C. S. Cork D. H. Burry andI. people after an expression upon such WORMREMEDY

:Mizelle trustees. clearly drawn lints, and his work fart v + st f e

Oak Hill. No. 24. a two mill levy and I the next two years in the house will
H. W. Nettles, B. F. Bouchillon and J. '1-,
no doubt be of a nature which will
K. Mixson trustees., sTHE tlf 'ifflt-
give satisfaction to those who are
Moss Bluff No. 25, a two mill levy CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
and J. T. Lewis, A. W. Fort and M. reasonable in their demands an i con- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.

II. Morrison trustees.Anthony sistent in their efforts to better conditions Ballard-Snow THE GENUINE PREPARED Liniment ONLY BY Co. The lIon who buys HARDWARE of

failed to create a district. as they exist in Tampa. Tampahas ST. LOUIS. MO.

Reports and accounts amounting to no reason to abandon its efforts
J567.75; were approved and ordered
paid. far deeper water, and it must keep MARION HflRDWARE & COMPANY

Treasurer's report was not ready on itself in line for receiving all the

account of Monday being the first of benefits to which it is entitled by its

the month and the collector had not importance as a port of entry.- AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" _

turned any money over to the treas- Herald.
urer. The treasurer reported that he STOVES AND .

would have report ready by the last of Exposure.To RANGES

the week and the chairman and secretary cold draughts of air, to keen and A. K. H0WKES, Optician, CHATTANOOGA ,

were instructed to check up the cutting wind, sudden changed of Established 1870. PLOWS

same. temperature, scanty clothing, undue Commencing over thirty years ago in '
There being no further business the exposure fcof throat and neck after the smallest way, the firm has stead- ELLWOOD

board adjourned to meet the first Mon- public! speaking and singing, bring on iyt HAWKES'and rapidly SPECTACLES grown, until AND now FENCING

day in June. W. D. Carnt Sec. coughs and colds. Ballard's Hore- EYEGLASSES hare a national

Seed Velvet Beans For Sale. hound Syrup is the bet cure. imputation, and are used in every Full Line of
Those desiring fine velvet beans for Mrs. A. Barr, Houston, Texas, town and city throughout the south. A Everything Usually Carriad in -
writes, Jan. 13, 190'2: "One bottle ofRallard's These famous glasses are used by the a
planting purposes will do well to call beat class of people in all communities.
at J. A. Pooser's store at once. One Horehound Syrup cured me They are told only by merchants First Class Hardware Store. _
hundred bushels will be sold at $2.25 of a very bad cough. It is very of recognized reliability, of whom "
per bushels. pleasant to take." 25e. 50c. $1.00. there are now over 11,000 handling SASH DOORS AND BLINDS TURPENTINE HNH"0
S. R. PYLES Anti-monopolyiDrug Store. m these goods; and when it is remembered MILL AND | |
that there is only one agent in SUPPLIESMARIONXHARDWAREXCOMPANY| .
Sheaf Oats Wanted.' Ion Farris formerly of this city, town, the wonderful demand for them
' Will buy 10,000 pounds of oats in can be somewhat appreciated.
bundle at market priee.PALMETTO defeated Frank W.iPope, jr., for jus For sale by l

PARK FARM, lice of the peace in Jacksonville, by a DK. WM. AXHERSOX. rr

Ocala, Fla. I big majority.' ". : Never Peddled. j :. "': < .. .;:I.- .'- -"-'-- .. .; c---. .. '_- ., _: :..' : ', i 1 1i
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r r : I 21 by the new and old towns of Har NINTH ANNUAL CONVENTION. 1EXOGKAPHEH AND TYPE _

CHICAGO BANDITS'SCHEMEJRUSTRATED AT MACON, GA., TWO QUIET PREVAILSAT bin In the presence of a large crowd. 5 wllu-r, Privme ...flV" In (few*

They were shot instead cf being hang-
National Association of Manufacturersat
rial batik. Your work In the
S (4,% ed, upon order of General Kuropat-
BANKS mi DOORS !I PORT ARTHUR kin. A strong guard was thrown Pittsburg, May 18.-Nearly 700 delegates "''lfl\> lin... solicited. "Heinl ant a*.

about the spot to hold back the publicat I were in their seats when the curIy Iuar.nlt'fll.

. I a distance of 400 yards. No photographs ninth annual convention of the National Miss B N SINCLAIR.

. Attempt to Hob United States The First National and That 0, !I But Japs Are Again Preparing were allowed to be taken.A Association of Manufacturers was -----S--- -

I younger prisoner refused to allow called to order Chairman C. _
today by a
Mail I. C. Plant's Sons.
Registered Wagon. II I to Attack Stronghold. NOTICE.
the bandaging of his eyes.Vhen Ripley, of the local committee of reception. -

told it was necessary, according to Following the invocation by
an exception Rev. Dr. S. Edward Young City Solicitor intend to apply t. tt 0...

be made In his favor. The elder William Rodgers tendered the nor of the Mate of Ftoma at TriMKft
lime Wagon that Marx, DeVine and Banks Close Pending Arrival of the Executedat Florida on the jrd aav ot Mav, A. ft. M
Japanese Officers Publicly Japanese, a staff officer, wept and freedom! of tha city to the delegates. Letter Patent on the pnyairi Clurtar _

I Neldermeyer, Car Barn Bandits I Bank Examiner-Central of Georgia Harbin for Dynamiting Bridges. fainted, but finally allowed himself : Adjutant General Thomas A. Stewart i attached, the original l w Mdi M MM..
the office of the s>ccrrurjnn Mat" of II MItt

Planned to Rob During Their CareerS Railroad Company's Deposits Said To Submarine Boats Used at Port Ar- to be blindfolded. One of the men then welcomed them to the state and I Florida at Tallahassee rterMsa.W .

S I was a Catholic and made his last confession Congressman W. A. Brown received .CA3II1'.

Desperadoes. Have Been In First National. thur Bombardment. to a Russian priest, there beingno them on behalf of the chamber of com CUKHNCKCAU, _

: Chicago May 18. Three highway. Macon. Ga., May 17.-I. C. Plant's London May 19.-A dispatch to The Roman Catholic priest in Harbin. merce. J CKCAMF.FRANK .

v\ mtn attempted to rob a United States Sons' bank did not open its doors for Central News from Liao Yang, dated P'esldent D. M. Parry of Indianapolis hAk$..

registered! mall wagon early today business this morning but posted a today says that, according to news Russians Driven Out. then took charge! of the conventionand PROPOSED ClUKtt-K: OK CKY'SAL MVMtRAILRUAUCOUrANY.

aetr the Chicago and North. notice OB the bank doors announcingit which reached there today from Port Che Foo, May 19.-As a. result of delivered his annual address. .

the engagement which the Japanesehad One of the most important feat .......
western railroad station. would not open. Arthur there have been no further at- The undersigned do> hereby t q.
with the Russian selves together as a 1bJ1'orploll..... M..
on Monday gar-
The accidental discharge of a revolver The First National bank opened at i I tacks on the beleaguered port since ures of this meeting will be adoptionof provision of the kUtute l.sii. ., die '

rison at Kai Chou, on the west coast the constitution of the organization.The Florida and do publish the foikwMf A:
frustrated their plans and they 9 o'clock but 45 minute later closedi j! May 13. The Japanese who landed

scaped after a street fight. It was posting a notice that il would cot open at Pitsewo. it is added are pursuing of the Liao Tung peninsula the Rus- executive committee has been at Incorporation; ARTiaK I.

this wagon that Marx, Devine and today pending the anival of the bank I preparations for a land attack, which sians were driven out of Kai Chou, wonc since! last meeting held In New The name of this Corporation shall .

I which is the nearest point to New Orleans preparing the constitution : TAL RIVER RAlLkOAO COUFAV heJH' .
Neidermeyer. the barn examiner.
car bandits. It is expected will be accompaniedby pal place of business of this C'Of } .

punned to rob during their brief carter Pending the arrival of the bank examiner a reneweal of the bombardmentby Chwang with the exception of the Liao and it will likely be adopted with but I at ucala Manoa county. Florida, *M ..
branch offices u may be adopted by Lbs ......
river where
as c desperadoes.The no official statement of thebank' the Japanese fleet The Russians there is sufficient waterto few caanges. There probably wlU bco of Directors _

allow the landing of troops. Chinese no changes made In the officers of ARTICLE 1L
police today's highwaymen affairs has been given out. tistalned no losses during the Jap-

men Inspired to attempt the dar- It Is reported ic. unofficial circles anese operations, having for their object who recently arrived here from the association for the coming year. acted The by general this Corporation nature of the shall iwsitets be to ubc

iM crime by the story of the men that the deposits of the Central of the clearing of Russian mine New Chwangwhile confirming the Tae association DOW has 3,500 members maintain and operate a railroad Iran a pout..

above also say that the Japanese are nearly 1,000 members baring Crystal Hirer, at or near a place called CryiUl. _
kaajed on April 2!. The contents of Georgia Railway company are in the from Kerr bay. in Citrus county Florida, to the lows olIN...

the wagon were valued at several First National bank. Many of the i ii skirmishing on either side of the rail- been received during the last year. elba io Marion county, Florida; the U.(th q T

thousand dollars. I road north and south of Kin Chow. The treasurer's report shows a balance such railroad so to be constructed, mattutaedand
i large manufacturing concerns of Macon St. Petersburg May 19.-The admiralty operated u Bear as may be. ta nAetn

When the driver of the wagon, E. J. were depositors in the First National. Circulars have been posted at New of about $15,000.NOTICE miles, and the counties of the Mate of Plum*
is convinced by mall reports -
now Chwang and its vicinity signed by the through which Mid railroad i* Iaua4 te be
Cuff. Will driving past an alley threeIDe'D received from Port Arthur that made. are the counties of CUnu and )Maria
chief of'staff: of the Japanese army ad- This corporation shall hare the right as4.r
ran out the street In front The I. C. Plant's Sons' bank was a
Vice Admiral Togo used submarine OF ELECTIONFor its hold and tuck land
the Chinese maintain order corporate name to cajo) r'*
vising to
of LU team. Two of the men tried private institution founded: in 1843, boats in his operations. A letter from personal property as may be necckMnr sat
knd secure stocks of provisions and creating a Special Tax Scnool District at proper for the ues and purposes of bMWHa,.
to the horses
stop by grabbing the and it is understood that it has never Lieutenant General Stoessels says he maintaining and operating its rattMa4. n* _
Widlta and the third undertook to I I been incorporated. It was founded i transport wagons. for which the Japanese Fairfield. aforesaid and shall bare power to sumy,......
when the
Golden Hill
was standing on will full value. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN con iiuct, build maintain equip a 11 speNt a
. climb on the seat The one who was by tho father of R. H. Plant. Russian battleship Petropavlovsk went pay NOTICE will be held at Fairfield. Marion railroad line Irom or near a|lacecatted CttsUL

tanking the effort to get on the wagon i The small Russian guard remainingat 'county between the hours of8 o'clock a.m. and on Crystal flyer In Citrus CCMtDt,. Ptema. t*
a I I: down and he saw a submarine boat New Chwang is ready to leave on sundown of the town of Dunnellon. ia Marion tMuriy.Florida. \
fired a shot, which was apparently accidental GEORGIA ODD FELLOWS. : Lieutenant .
torpedo the battleship. Tiiffday, May 24th. A. D. 1904,
i the r.ear approach of the enemy. The said corporation under Its corporate same
and the horses jumped. The iI I: Screiber claims he distinctly saw the for the purpose ol creating a special tax school shall hare the right to accept, purtfea*. It..,.
driver the Quantities of wood and oil have been district to be known as the Fairfield Special Tax and teat.
piled whip at the time hold lease
same Preparations for Meeting Grand Lodge of submarine boat anv I II convey any property pef
periscope a School District. The boundaries of the above .
sonal mixed which be I
board the Russian
placed on gunboat I or may aC'C'n48"
aDd the horses lunged ahead. An- About Complete. I could trace the course of the vessel. I proposed district as described in a petition asking construct.maintain and opetale Mitt rand ......
other shot was fired after the I Ga. Sivouch, in New Chwang waters, to for said election are hereby changed by have power and right W borrow .vws,
wagon Valdosta May Preparations !I Officer of the Russian battleship Po- be used in destroying her by fire when order of the Board of Public Instruction so as to and to issue bonds for same secured by a .....
but the driver would not stop. Two for the meeting of the grand lodgeof bieda testified that submarine boat read as follows: gage upon anyjor all ol IU said Pf9J MMty. a.4
i i a
the last Russians evacuate New All ofsections 7, 8, 17. iS. 19. 20. ao and 30 of to erect such buildings depots and saws aid
policemen saw one of the men andfred Odd Fellows in this about
city are discharged a torpedo against their ship township 13 south. range east and sections U. operate such machinery and do MM* ottor

at him. The highwayman reUtrn completed. The meeting will con- [ and they fired at the submarine boat Chwang. 13.23- 24. 25.and 26 of township 13 south. range things in accordance with the laws ol ........ -
east. it cS...
20 relating to railroad corporations a. "*
.d the fire and ran making good vene Tuesdays May 24, and the session hoping to sink it, but failed. And to elect three trustees and to fix the rate proper lor its advantage and Until II .*al

his escape. The other men slipped will continue until Thursday night Many Skirmishes Reported. I of millage to be assessed and collected for the have all the rights and be subjected lo att tW
The same letters describe the rev Washington. :May 19.-The Japanese :I next two ensuing years. liabilities as are provide-1 la sutxitapter } fit
away during the revolver tight the 26th instant. The comtitteea from erence of the Russians for the overcoat Qualified electors at said election are all registered Revised Statutes oft Mate of HofM, sad HK
| legation has received the following cablegram -' and qualified voters of said district who laws amending the Mine.U .
t the local lodge in charge of the arrangements of the late vice Admiral Maka- from Tokio "The pay a tax on real or personal property therein. shall have power fur the eipreM ynraye
i : comman- _
GRUESOME FIND. have been actively at rot when it taken out of the The fol1<)wing persons have been appointed and esclustve use for general bvtiMM wf
was der of the landing forces in the Liao inspectors and clem of said election.W. corporation to construct and txrfW 4e* t,
4 work for several weeks arranging the ter. On its approach they bared their A. Yongue,A. J. Jones ud L. L. Harvey, wharves rlev.tofllD4 bridge, or t* lease
lody of an Infant Discovered In Mail program and securing homes for the heads blessed themselves and Tung peninsula reports that between inpectcn dud J. W. Smoak. Clerk. same to purchase, construvt a4 ofeiate h.
:J prayedfor the 5th and 16th instant there have By order ot the floard ot Public Instructionthis rine Railways and Railroad Terminate at MH[
t Sack by Clerk. delegates. Reports indicate that the the response of the admiral soul.It the 5th day of April, 1904. point upon its said line of raMt04 *k* emay
I Columbia. S. C., May 18.-Mail Clerk meeting is going to be largely attended been daily skirmishes Japanese detachments Attest: G. S. SCOTT, be necessary to give it tranipxrUtlM,S
is denied that -
officially Viceroy successfully driving the enemy W. D. CARS. Chaig man. generally to have all the t>UWn an4 nt |>..
' Jeter who came into Columbia on and one of the most important sessions -, Alexieft has gone to Liao Yang to as- Secretary. 15 are given to railroad corporations awl *MI. ft
I' train No. 16 of the Southern railway back and destroying the telegraph subjected to all liabilities prwrM MM ttt
held by the order in recent
command of 20,000 troops there .
sume I and railways. At Pulantien laws of Florida, relating to same.AKTICLXI1L
from Greenville had a gruesome package years. : and that General Kuropatkin has left NOTICE.
and vicinity on the 16th after serious
i for a midnight companion between The announcement was made from Liao for Harbin. It is said that
Yang I fighting the Japanese occupied the fluE REGULAR JUNE EXAMINATION FOR The amount Capital Mock saih.sst. 4 .1,4
Kewberry and Prosperity. Columbus that the degree team from | Kuropatkln is either at Liao Yang or i teachers will take place in Ocala on Tuesday be Fitly Thousand Dollars, 4rvtrf.4 (.*.
! Fireman Drayton Shelton discovered heights three and a half miles from June 7th, 1904. at9 o'clock. White applicants: Shares of the par value ol |n*if .... -
the Rebekah lodge of that city thirty in its vicinity. I Kin Chou. The will meet at Ocala High School .builaing ind same shall be Doa4ssea.mble. and ilor ...
cheap papier mache telescope va- j Japanese casualtiesI Howard Academy build- of l'. .. w
41L strong would be here and put on the -- -- colored applicants at in lawful money the *
:' HM the blind baggage just as the ( 146 Including nine officers kill- ing. issued. Ten per cent ol the CafMftl M i _
degree work in tableau. Degree St Petersburg May lg.-3:30 p.m. ed." AH parties. who expect to teach school in been mWnbed and paid forARTICLE

i it train was leaving Newberry. He turn. teams from Atlanta and Fitzgeraldare -The admiralty received today an official i Mail n county not will_already be holding to tate an unex-isis 1"-
certificate required
1 *l it oer to Mail Clerk Jeter and also expected. I dispatch from Rear Admiral I I IWittsoert. Russian Graves Near Anju. pinG examination. The questions on Theory and The term for which this Cur...****.. .**.

Jeter told him to set it in the corner : Practice will be taken from Seeley'sNew School eiUt shall be ninety-nine(wI *e.,..
Four companies of cantons will at- believed to have been dated Seoul May 18-Noon.-The Japa- Management. Pnceioo at H. B. )ta trl.

ol the car. The negro fireman, ob- tend the meeting and give free pub- i' from Port Arthur, May 14, reporting nese consul at Ping Yang wires that Ocala. Fla. ARTICLE.
blood from the valise One dollar willbe charged each applicant ac- oftbta sfc.. to ..
I Mrvlng oozing The business eorporalwn
lie drills. This feature within itself
that.there has been no fighting over 30 Russian graves have been cordiug to law. ducted President necretsry salt -

became frightened. Jeter opened the is expected to be one of the most the telegraph line was cut the Japa- found near Anju. The retreating Cos- W. D.Caai lo, and General by a Manager (mare that w*
Pub. t.
4&1Ia.! > and found a well formed negr* Supt. may be filled by the same *) sad ..
of the week. i
attractive attacked tW
iI\ not having
I nese sacks carried fourteen wounded with Board of Five Directors, U U .4riSe4 a
, Want with its skull crushed. At The orchestra from the Geor- ---------- stockholders, and I... wMi --
toys' Russian squadron. The dispatch was them. Four of these men died at DISCHARGE. by the
the next station, Prosperity, he gaTe'the gia Industrial home at Macon will to the authorities not only shall be elecUJ the prrt4el.
gratifying Kaichon They reached Min Yangon treasurer; all of whom shall be stalL.

a : package to the police. An Inquest. furnish music for the occasion. ; for the news it contained but becauseIts last Saturday forcing Korean coolies and shall be elected by tM stocktwMN ai
held and physician testified that N THE 4TH DAY OF AUGUST. igo. .THE annual meHioz, which shall be Mi. at f
was The committee on lentertainmeiit receipt established th'e fact thai to carry the Vounded and grain O undersigned will present her accounts and Florida on the first MV1M'., o< Waf."

the child was killed.probably about three has arranged for an excursion to Lake although the telegraph line is severed loot which they had secured at road and vouchers ask for with a final Hon.settlement R. Bullock and, county discharge year.William N.Camp shall be Pf.*M....Cli.j f
old when
days park and Ocean Pond on Thursday a system of communication by means side villages. administratrix of the estat. of Julia P. Johnson Camp shall be becietaryan4Treas.ttf.a4M i
Nix of the this day of February.FRANCES 1<)04.i shall be General Manager.
Conductor train remembers deceased, 4th c.Camp
evening and arrangements have also of Chinese runners has been satis- i A. HOWSE.a !. William N.CamD.ClarrJKe ...... .C.Bill*

to have seen a negro woman place' been made for a trip to White Springs, factorily Inaugurated. In order ta Deliverd Mikado's Messages. I 5 tern 6m Adminl tratnx. Jack Camp and Frank Drake abel MM4M|
the blind the Board of Directors. At of M.d oft H AM
something on baggage just
Fla. : deliver the Llao Yang dispatches en- Seoul, May 18.-Noon.-Yi Chi be continued in oftce to CffItdttd tM

aj the train was leaving Newberry. It is und rs ood that severat matters trusted to him the runner had to pass Yang, in audience with the emperoS ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. the lion company of their nuccewots until the to elrtiwi be HwMl.*rfi:
she about steal
Thinking to
was a of exueme importance to the or- through the Japanese lines already today delivered the mikado's messagesand election held Mbder the pfwtoiMM
ride he started toward the '. ticle.
woman der in Georgia will come up for disposal thrown across the narrow neck of the reported the success of his recent IS HEREBY GIVfcN THAT I WILL .

who hurried away in the darkness. at the meeting here and the peninsula just above Port Arthur. The' mission to Japan. He will resume NOTICE nth. 1904. present to lion. I amountofladrMeleanw AkTICLR1.
in and for Marion The highest
Robert Bullock,county judge
In arrested
The Newberry
a fact that the railroads have given a passage of the runner was dangerous, his duties as president of the boardof county Florida. my accounts and vouchers for towhichthsCo'npauyCUS .* .a/ MB*
whom they believe to have administrator of the estate U elf. shall be the Mim of MAr
&*rre M final settlement as
low rate for the occasion Insuresa but the task was light compared to punishments.To .
very of E. M. Henderson, deceased and will ask for lars (|
been this do
woman, though they large attendance. what it will be when the Japanese a final discharge as such administrator. Dated ARTICLE VII

thinK that she was the mother of the !;1 this March n, 1904. ThenimesotMwbsUtM1these
4 force closely invest Port Arthur. Nev- Cut Kuropatkin's Line. W. T. HENDERSON. Admr.

child. They are making a rigid investigation BOGUS CERTIFICATES FOUND. | theless, the authorities express con- Rome May 19.-According to 2 telegram 3116m Estate of F.. :'1. Henderson. Deceased.: a their at tides pUcen of fJ iaestpsIs4 tttAitmtt.t t:E&

of the case. I: -- ostockaulM.erlbelt k, ...... la Ml......
fidence that have been ---
arrangements ------
received here from Tokio two
each ol their n.m*.-
Jacksonville Officials Run Onto a' made to insure the frequent transmission NOTICE -
divisions have arrived near :=
MACON BANK FAILURES. Japanese ,Ula.. ......... .
Swindling Scheme* of dispatches. Mukden with the object of cutting -

Jacksonville, Fla., May 17.officials : One of the reasons for the desperate A. K Delouest administrator with will annexed W. N. CAMP. ..._..Oe". ..' .--..
General Kuropatkin's line of retreat of E'l. Delouebt gives notice that on the CLAKBNCKCAUP. ....- .
i Receiver Corbin and Bank Examiner have discovered that the Chinese havea. i effort of the Russians to get to Port northward. 12th MY of Se'pttmbt r. 190/. JACK C.\IP.-I.. g'._ __ .

1 Albertson at Work on Books. bureau here where certificates are Arthur what is officially called he will present his accounts and vouchers to the }RANK DKAKK .. ..... .. ..... .
i j an
_............ _.._ .
Macon Ga., May 18.-Receiver Cor ousty: judge for final settlement and ask for a K. C. CAMP -
!. Issued to order. The bureau was dis !| "ammunition train" has been reveal- Railroad Line Cut. discharge. This 9th day of March. 1004
latiAci. -
I -
11 bin and Bank Examiner Albertson are _covered Saturday night, and a number i I.I ed by information which leaked orJ Tokio May 18.-8 p. m.-An official 6m A Administrator F. DELOUEST Etc.; w :v.
books of the two banks 311 em
&i5at wnrk on the .*I( ......
: There little need
'I, of bogus certificates and photographs today. was it appears report from the second Japanese army LC.Yk .
j here ,
failed yesterday.
that were found in possession of the offi- : for more ammunition, great shows that the railroad north of Port NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR LEAVETO \$ AL S

They have not yet made a report. It cials. quantities being stored in the fortress, JACK CA*...
I Arthur has been cut in five places. Between SELL MINER'S LAND.UOTICE .
that there are few asset?
1 The certificates contain the affidavits -I but General Stoessel was very anxious May 5 and May 17 the Japanese of Flundtt. a
life insurance carrie., GIVEN TH\T os
except $$00,000 of two white wines-ses: to the effect -i I to be provided with balloons. The losses have been 146 men. It 7 th day ol June. A D.1904. I will apply to CountyOMSfle. :S
by R. H Plant. 1 I in and for I hereby cefUfy IbM b.1sw pm--:: '.
that affiants knaw the Chinese highest point of the fortress is the Hoc. Rotert Bullock county judge ..
in county state of Florida at his office in appeared William N. CMML Usisus ...
Other banks of the city are good person described to be a merchant at "Eagle Nest" from which much of the Ocala Marion in said county. for an order authorizing Jack Camp. R. C.Cm*. <..*. ......._

condition, and are not! affected by the the time the exclusion act went into surrounding country can be seen, but Their Eligibility Questioned.Ne me as guardian ot the minor heirs of esta e ofT to me well known w be Uw >.... Swhoubscfltitd
,sad itott *
wYork, May 19.-A committeeof H. Finton,deceased to sell at private sale hi
failures. balloons will facilitate observation. belonging to said estate going articles or iiwo.fscii.R
I effect. the following property
three, appointed by Chairman Meyer of northwest them severally lor .....H. M
Stanley's Remains Buried. I They are all signed in blank ready Before the war the Russian authorities of the Democratic state committee to-wit and cortbea'st: Southeast quarter quarter ol southwest quarter quarter of before me that he ...*. 1M saM 5

The remains cJ as those issued to Chinese merchantsto II loaded on a vessel a complete balloon !- section twenty-eight i (2$) township fourteen (14) corporation as a MitMcribwf Hiiti H ft..
I/indon May 18.- to investigate the eligibility ci Marin Mid Articles ollDtwJll'faUue. sad H as .
(22)) east. coun-
buried to- be filled in with the name and description equipment Manchuria, but it south range tweuty-two scribing Incorporate dM ackaww.... .... ..
Sir Henry M. Stanley were James Woodward Harry Payne Whit ty.
ol ca.1: ..M
had subscribed fir the ara'' t
i lands to the estate of the said
the Said belonging
of the needing them. was captured by Japanese, who
day in the church yard of the old Sur- person ney and Isidor Strauss, national bank Thomas H. Finton. deceased to be sold for the set opposite Ins name.
of Pierbright. Prior to Some of the paper found were suchwho will use it, perhaps. in their operations I. best interest of siid minor heirs I f"rtherccrtifr that M*-J"r. srfir
rey Tillage directors, as candidates for electors I. of public expireon% the iitk ..
Port Arthur. Thissth day May. 1904.e,6
against Recognizing -
to return to the
have permission
the burial the British nation and the the Democratic national ticket A.X.L.. FI TOX. .
on ,
1905.n fcav. .... .. ..
whereel I .
the need of providing Generai Guardian. witness .
United States In the persons of Ambassador : United States after a visit to China. have finished their report. They have band and affixed my elM*) """ ..... ..
and Consul General i ---'''--- Stoessells with all the requisite instruments --------- 41" of April, A. l). *fHlse.ll .
Choate decided to recommend the three namej
....... Ms S
Good Reads Convention. j with which .
the departed African to conduct the NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALF. .......M .. ..
Erins. paid honor to be dropped from the ticket. The committeemen Notary FvUkMMe f .
St. Louis May 19.-United States defense of Port Arthur, General Kuro

explorer: with an impressive funeral Senator A. C. Latimer, of South Carolina patkin is believed to hve sent balloons express some doubt as to AND BY VIRTUE OF CERTAIN I State of Florid, i
service held In Westminster Abbey whether national bank directors are UNDER tendered by the Hon. W.S Bullock 3IarlosCouitY.1Before
author of a bill pending in congress I on "the ammunition train" aNd ..... N
Both King Edward and th? I actually ineligible under the law budni judge 01 the Circuit Court of the 5th Judicial me personally ,
providing government expenditure The Russian balloons are stationary."If Circuit of Florida sitting in chancery.for Marion Camp.Clarence Camp. Jail Cant*. K.
King of the Belgians were represent- it best to take\ no chances, county, in a certain cause pending therein and Frank Drake. a mawrtty f tW iic
for Improving roads opened's the Japanese try to drift balloons wherein T.A.Lamb is cpmolamant.and JosephC. to the above proposed charter wk ...
&.1. Baskin and wife'Marion E.Baskin. and East by me each upon bis oath 'he .
program at the Good Roads convention over Port Arthur and drop explosives LITIGATION AT LAST ENDED. sworn
.- -- ..- Florida Ice Manufacturing Co., a corporation. they constituted a majority at the .." .....
California Democrats. with an addresn on "Interna on the fortress," an officer are defendants, said decree rendered on the I9th the above Article s.1 orpgetM .f era..a. I 5
of D. I will offer for sale Railroad and hat M to iMpajHin .
A. River
day February. 190$
Santa Cruz Cal.. May 18.-The chief tional aid. He was followed by Win- said today "the world will hear of the Large Estate To Be Divided Among to the highest and best bidder for cash at pub' rood faith to construct. MMI.

feature of interest in the state Dem. throp E. Scarrett, president of the Automobile first balloon battle in the air." Beckwith Heirs. lie outcry. beibre the court house door, south,tn the mentwned in amid.lilftajR.c.CAur .
I Ocala Marion county. Florida. between the W. !\ ,
f ocratic convention today will be the club of Americz. Manuel Di- New York, May 19.-After years of i hours of ii a. m. and 2 p. m. on the first Monday CL.%kIJ C&M S

report of the committee on resolutions.It onisce Diaz, of the department of public JAP OFFICERS EXECUTED.Were litigation the death and the date of in June, A. D. 1904 ts-vriU:; FXAKK flAK, .. 5

Is probable that two reports will works, Havana, spoke on "Road death of Arthur Beckwith have been June 6, .1. D.l9'tI.: JACK CAMf.
described real in Marion
the following property
be presented one by the majority ot : Building in Cuba." Shot Upon Order of General Ku. fixed and the estate amounting to county r' The south half of the Sworn aDd taUcritied Wfwe MI life .0olAprdA.U.I' iky -'

.-- more than 500,000 will be divided sonthwest quarter of the northeast quarter and II. .....
the committee, which is understood to ropatkin.6t northwest of the -
the north half of the quarter
fror an uninstructed delegation and Tibetans Receiving Assistance. PP iiay 19.-Details among the heirs by the courts. southeast quarter of section 16. township 14 (Seal] 4 JJ ....
New York May 19.-Rumors that south 22easLco1tainingforty acres.moreor
range ----- -
Beckonti was a member of a family ---
another favoring the indorsement of less or so much thereof! as may be necessaryto NOTICE
W. R. Hearst for president There is the Tibetans are receiving assistance I have been received nere Hum nav- socially prominent in New York satisfy said final decree and costs of suits. S

from white men are becoming more bin regarding the e'Xecutlon, April 21, H. :'1. HAMPTON.
a possibility that the debate OA thl Newport and Paris. He disappeared 5 6 Special Master in Chancery, IS HEREBY OIVRN THAT
frequent. says a dispatch from The of two Japanese officers Yu Koka and from sanitarium at! NOTICE aa tURt.1 sad tl s.
mysteriously a
resolutions will be prolonged so that ftittlJollhe ertau ef Jtfci ,. ..... -
ru p
; Times correspondent with tii3 British Ok for attempting to dynamite
L. I. In 189( and" left not the wilioaSaturday
vote will not be reached until tomorrow. Flushing. ADMINISTRATRIX NpTICE TO CRED ceased,

a The rote taken late yesterday expedition at Gyang Ts, Tioet. The bridges and destroy telegraph communication slightest trace. After much litigation ITORS. the id Oat V Jt, A. l4. ...

natives have received heavier ordnance of the eastern China railway. : It rss decided In 1902 that he aPply: to the cotmtr judge of 5
the election of a temporary chair0. I FU. for tfce 141"51
; on IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- y'tond.iat Ocala
from L'Hassa and considerable The prisoners admitted they Wire NOTICE
but it remained for the : Kttlcmentof their a
1 showed that the opposing tactlonaIf was dead, legatees. distributees and all persons Ing final
jaan reinforcements from the east and part of a detail numbering 100 man decide the date. This having claims or demands against the estate of final discharge.
: were nearly evenly divided and neither courts to upon Jonn F. Edwards. deceased to present the tI.o.nIe S
northA military censorship has whose purpose It was to destroy the A. 11001:'", S
Me seems prepared to force a has now been fixed at exactly seven same within two years oi they will be barred W.
been established at Chumbi over dispatches railway at various points. this the 3rd day of February. 1904. .
., Tote on the main issue before the con- years from the day of disappearance. DOLLY C. EDWARDS, Alive K LA.
from the front The prisoners were executed April 15 ft Adininistratrix.I ll'J3. 11rt11.2 .' :.t
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r Mr. Galloway Makes His Returns Announcement.Thanks and J ...S'T"9"!" t 1 "1" "t" 1 " "1" ,' " " "1Yt" "trrrr"lll'1" rl

To my Supporters and Friends: P"
I wish, !in this public mannerto extend : ', .....
to my friends who stood by me @

ID the recent primary election myblucereit

thanks for their fidelity and j jfeUpport. it19"t I

The tight I was able to make in the GI ---

late primary against! the heavy forces :: ".

which were arrayed against me has .t-- '-4111 .
.. '
grt-aily encouraged me to enter the ".
ie, untl primary and to hope for the B ....
earns degree of friendly assistance :: --

from my friends throughout the co n- I i'till
.- I
ty. Wilh the terse number of new :

supporters which I am assured I .

shall have in the next race, my tuc- ..
< cess is practically certain. : ....... .

A* before, I pledge myself to a full, -- '
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fair, prompt and impartial enforce- : -- ;

meut of the law and performance of iillt -... ;
duty, if elected, and thanking you :: ,.. r !!

again for your land assistance, I so !

licit the favor of your support in the :III-- t --.. j,

coming primary. -

s Yours very truly, its- .-. J I

JOHN P. GALLOWAY. .! ___ 7 J
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism. -

"My mother bas been a sufferer for .. WE WILL MOVE OUR

many years with rheumatism," says -

'ti'. H. Howard,. of Husband, Penn ttllt.-.. .-_-e- 1
"At times she was unable to move : -,-

at all, while at all times walking was .. -- _. .-_
painful. I presented her with a bottle .. -- ____,
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
: ..
g after a few applications the decided I e 1
it was the most wonderful pain reliever .

she had ever tried, in fact, she .
h never without it now and is at all rte- WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT .

times able to walk. An occasional ..) '
application of Pain Balm keeps away rt.; ....
the pain that she was formerly troubled -- .,
with." For sale '" .....
by Antimonopoly :;III- -
Drug Store.:) m __
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Florida Plumbing & Electrical Co. : -- ___

Goods. are on the way and expect to ttii.:: J ::::::::

open temporarily in Thompson Block OF -- -------. .----- -. J. .......
on Ft. King avenue this week. Expect --till
III- --...
to soon erect our own building when : ....?.

we will have a full and complete -, -....
t III- __ .-
stock of all kinds of plumbers supplies : '..

gas and steam fixtures and : .......sit ..

t. elt-r rlcal supplies and be prepared at ".....- -

all tiuies to do complete jobs and repairing :III- ___ t
l of all kinds. Have workmen '
; \\h', have had long experience in the :..-' --- .
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buMuesS i in cities under the most .. J __

rigH inspection and will not turn out_ : .....,.
. any out first.class work. Our work- --

uiea are now here and we are prepared tilt--- : ....

to do all kind) : of repairing at once. .-- .
R. B. CAMPBELL )Igf. .-- --- .
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Growing Aches and Pains. .. '

writesApril15 Mrs. Josie Surnuer, 1902! ,: Bremond"I have, Tex.used, :. -- To Our New Quarters on or About f

Ballard's Snow Liniment iu my family -- -
for three yeats. I would not be .. -- _"_'_ f f
without it in the house I have used -- .

it on my little girl for growing paius : '"

and aches in her }iupe. It cured her May 25th and Will be Ready and inPosition
right away. I have also used it fur -- ,
frost bitten e ,
feet, with good success.It .
is the best liniment I ever used." --
25c. 50c. and $1. Anti-mouopoly t11F-- !
Drug Store. m eJ. to Handle the Trade -;
East Florida Seminary. Jobbing f

The faculty and graduating classes : r

of the East Florida Seminary have*. .- f

sued invitations to their commencement ...., tExclusively.
C -
exercises, which take place May
Lam- i j
twenty-second to twenty-fifth at the di .

Seminary Audiioruim in Gaines .
o- .
ville. -- ;:
....M t
Ocala is represented at the semi- .

nary by Miss Pansy Souter, Osco: and : .
Let Us Have Your Orders. 3
Guy Zewadski and Bruce MeJert. .

Among the graduates this year are :- ---
Harry Wilcox, William Wheeler, .-- .
Leroy Giles- and Byron West, all of :-- ..... 1
whom Here visitors .,- :
to Ocala last .
.-- :
summer. ..- ... t
Juggling With Dynamite :- f' -. -
Is more dangerous than to neglect ..-
kidney di+'order+. Foley'a Kidney: ...- ....... J
Cure corrects irregularities and has .-- .
cured many severe cases after other =- -----' I IcB'

treatment had failed. Ii builds up ...- __ }f
he worn out tissues and restores .-- ......
health and vigor. "I was troubled := r ::

with kidney complaict for about two po- -... If
years," writes A. H. Davi-, of Mount ....
Sterling, Iowa., "but two bottles of ... .,,
Folt>)"'15 Kidney Cure effected a permanent ::-= f
cure" Postoflioe Drug Store.
ice-- ....
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To the King's Daughters. ,
{ .- ?.. :x.
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I shank for .
you your sympathy and ..- -- i:

timely aid in our recent low Mr. ...... 1
Lindsay and the children join me in r :- I
damtom- .. f
thanking you. Words cannot express ...., i

our gratitude. :-- _..... f
Sincerely: Jour, 6 ,. s

(plr .) W. C. LIXDSAY. ::- t 1
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Special Netiee. ::-- ... :;
The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. 6r w

Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat I !
Burgeon of Tampa will be Thursday .. I rtl
r June Montezuma Hotel i -: l
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