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 27, 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
29.187778 x -82.130556


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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F -"r"r"f"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"t"r"r"r"r"r"r'"r"'r"" " " 1 f" '" " "iif'-l HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES. I TAMPA BROWNIES DEFEATED.Tribune's I I taught in the. school for several years :NN111./1/Ie111---.li11--- .

E and has made an excellent record.
TAKE :: -- i : BUSINESS f
Closing Exercises of the Ocala Schoo Mr. A. C. McCall who has
Account of the Came at J :

| Daniel's Tonic Pills Friday Night. been connected -sith the school for 1 i
o j I Tampa Tuesday J IRRIGATION
The annual commencement exer- one year, will not teach again having :
The Tampa Brownies
Bay went I
cises of the Ocala already accepted a more lucrative
High school took : I
S For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay. 3 down in defeat at the hands of the
.-. place at the armory Friday Bight. A position. He will travel for a north. : '

-- ...... large number of the friends of the Ocalaites at the Tampa Bay Park yesterday era lyceum association and doss not : a I-
afternoon. The score war 6 to
.; -
.. graduates and of the school were pre expect to again engage in teaching. :
.:., 3. The
attendance was limited but +
: :: -- ent to witness the interesting exer- We have not yet learned what the. Crops about Oeala ntl .
-- -r. cises and it was greatly regretted that enthusiastic.Post other teachers of the school expect to water just now. Wo ant .

.:_.:.:. ',:,J :Tl'- I --_- the building was not large enough to Fine and Alfonso did the bat. do, but it is hoped that they will be i them, but we <*m +

i (9 I tery work for Tampa. Fine struck with the school for another and do thank our friend i
== ;:: .,. ::: accomodate as many &a would liked term. :
.If.; out 15 men and, with good support, --- : for their patronage and
@,cu : :::: to have been present. i
I' I would have shut out the visitors. His Growing Aches and Pains. : ask them to f direct their
ar The stage had beeu quite prettily i *
-- I, rr support however, was of& Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Tex. : neighbors us. +
very rag ,
decorated and
.. palms
I evergreensand writes 0
ged variety and errors were plentiful. : "I have used j
draped across the will was a Ballard's Snow Liniment *
== in my family : r1
L Jack Horner, who made his debutin :
_- -- green banner with the letters "0. H. for three yeats. I would not be

.r- ., -d- S '(04') and the class motto, "nonfinit.w Florida last year as .twirl'!r for without it in the house. I have useditonniyliitlegirl 1J..s :

Jacksonville, later officiating as um- : for i :

| P08TOFFICE DRUG STORE. : \ Occupying sed coeptum"seats on in the gold rostrum letters. hit pire, pitched for Ocala, and did no- ], and right aches away.In her I have ku*e.also growing It used cure I it pains her for UNIIOF( & [CtlAMB ll IS *

work until
5= Prescriptions receive careful attention. == uo-run the fourth innintr i i
I were the three graduates, Miss Addie frost bitten feet, with good: success.
when he tripped on first sack .
Ray Coppleman Miss Edna Jeftords It is the best liniment I BANTERS .
?IlllilllllllllllllillllIIIIIIIIIIII! l11jl'jl'jl'll'jl'jl'jl'jl'' ' ' and Mr. Harry ,Clinton Shaw, and and fell, spraining his ankle to such 25c. 50c. and fl. Ami-monopoly ever used. Ocala Merl/a ..
an extent that he had to be borne off Drugstore. i :
Rev. H. W. Little Judge W. 8. Bui- m I .N1..e.N11Of111tfisMITH&COMPANy.
I the field. Vogt finished the, game on
bek, Hon. R. A. Burford, Supt. W. I -- .
the slab for the visitors and did effective -- -
D. Cam and the three teachers in the I T. W.
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE U7nrt
High- Hfihool denartment.. viz.: Mr. .
Tampa's run-getting was limited to
John H. Workman, :Mr. W. T. Gary HARDWARE
until the last half of the ,
one tally We
LANDS. carry a full line of Builder's
and Miss Della Moore. Materials, such as DOOM, & .11.
ninth, when a three-bagger by Will
Mr. Burford presided at the exer- Blinds, Paints, Oils Varnishes, Etc.
Allen scored two runs. The locals
cises and did so in the excellent man- STOVES
lacked practice, having been organized RANGES. REFRIGERATORS
ner which he is noted for doing all
If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or especially for this game. Mr. All kinds of Agricultural
Implements Elwood
communicate with him. things well. Kokomo and
lease on royalty
Wegman umpired. The Ocala team
i Dr. Little opened the exercises witha American Wire Fencing.
returned home last night. The Give
us a We'll
guarantee satisfaction.
beautiful prayer after which Miss you
grounds were in fine condition andI :
Louise Scott gave. piano solo. T.
I Manager Brown expects to pull off W. SMITH & CONPANY.
Office next to Dr.Smitb. Postoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. "The Battle of Life," by Miss Cap- 'I _
( other games later in the season-
iI pl man was a well prepared and a Wdst Side Public Square,
I I Tampa Tribune.
well delivered oration and came up ,
I _
to the expectations of the many: .'I Millionaire's Poor Stomach. PHONE
USA ELIZABETH HASBIS. Local Editor! ''I Mr. Gus Mortonof Eve, was in the i 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 3r,.
frieuds of this bright young student. j The worn out stomach of the overfed -
city Friday, and wears the same confident I -
Miss: JeffbrcU recited in a pleas. : millionaire is often paraded in
Stockton smile he did before very j I We are prepared 10 fur.
HAPPENINGS j public prints as a horrible example of nish
the late primary. lug style Byron's "Bitile of Waterloo ,j, great ealth. But mllionaires not OCALA OCALA

D. M. Boney left Thursday for Special Notice. ," aud "Xapoleon'd Farewell," i I the only ones who are afflicted with CE & ICE &

Atlanta, Oa., to spend several weeks. aud the was very liberally appUuded.' bad stomachs. The proportion is far! IOE
The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. PACIIHG
"Opportunities, was the caption of greater among the toilers. Dyspepsia
of SUrbe is visi. I Allen the eye, ear, nose and throat
Etta Cbace ,
Miss aud
I Mr.Shaw'soration and in it he sustained indigestion are rampant among COMP8NY
lug her brother and sist rIr.. aud surgeon of Tampa will be ThursdayJune these people, and they suffer far On short notice lit any COMPANY
Montezuma:: Hotel.t: the reputation he ban alreadywon point city or s tate
than the millionaire
I worse
Mrs. J. E. Chace.
thinker and of
t as a speaker great
unless they avail themselves of. a

Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart, of I in Dr.Ocala D. A.Thursday Smith, for of the Anthony first time, was in 1 promise. His address was splendidly standard medicine like Green's Atrg. PHONE .34 WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON PHONE 34.

Anthony, were shopping in Ocala 1 delivered and won for him new ust Flower, which has teen a favorIte -

Thursday.Mr. several months. He has almost fully friends and admirers.It household remedy for ail stomach -
recovered from his recent illness and troubles for over thirty:five years. Special Sale Sewing Machines.
is a matter of regret that owingto
Clifford Ayer, of Mclutosh is making preparations to attend the I August Flower rouses the torpid liver
the late hour at which the exerciseswere
spent Saturday in Ocala with his parents [ thus creating appetite and insuring We tune
re-union at Nashville.Mrs. largo number of Newlttg Machine Hint lu".IIt'.n
concluded we are unable to give perfect digestion. It tones and vitalizes .used-some but liUIe-lhut
Mr. and Mrs Alfred Ayer. we clone out at UarRiiln I'rU-e
I Chas A. MerriU, one of thebet I a more extended notice of all the the entire system and makes life Tne*.e machines bare been thoroughly otcrbmilnt by !'*.
B. of Jacksonville perieneed workmen and all worn part'" replaced mid made .
)Ir. Clifford Oakley, well deserve worth living, no matter what your n
which it.
known hotel men m the country, speeches, good as new for service. Each machine in ndjiiftfed Irled,nnd
of the Ocean station. Trial bottles 25c regularsize
traveling agent is now manager of the Argyle at Each of the graduates were overwhelmed ; guaranteed to do perfect work before it leave our More. Cftii
i Steamship Company, was in the: city 75c. For Sale by AntimonopolyDrug be seen and tried, if desired.
Charleston S. 0. Mr. with bouquets of exquisite "'c will ell .
Merritt has a Store. J t these machinery low for 'n"h. Price rtttt

Thursday. __ _______ host of friends in Florida and the flowers and large numbers of graduate -- -- from' $1.00 to $h 00,and each is a bargain at Use price.
and M e are agents for the celebrated'Xc", Home and**U'lireler
f Mr. Grant McCall is in the city A Daisy Hunt.
will become ing presents from their friends.A .v uilson'
I' Argyle headquarters for xcwing Machincs-with or without tilloiioto at.
slopping at the Ocala House. Mr. Floridians piano solo by Miss Janet Weathers Saturday afternoon about thirty of tachment.Graphophoiics.
f McCalPa friends in this city are always and record*. .1 ftraphophoitt* and A !ltt* tr i"
was rendered after the reading of the little friends orIiss Fannie May for. 8 .00. Furniture and Itottse"' rnrnUhliii; Uood HI

r glad to see him. The infant daughter of Mr. and :\IisJeffurds and between the other Huge watbt-red; at the home of Ler .SMITHS/' Special attention to mall order.

Dr. Barnard Fuller, of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. W. A. Mooreheae died at their numbers a chorus composed of scholl parents, Mr.and )IB. C. K. Sage, on Ocala Furniture Company

i U voting his brother, Dr. R. D. Fuller home Monday night and the remains are'.frorn: both the Grammar school and South Second street, to help her cebbrate 1 .. .1.

and will have charge of his broth- wnre interred in the old ceme the High Scool, led by Dr. W. her eleventh birthday.The x
,, C'I
t er'rf dental oftlce while he goes away teryTuesdsy. They have the sympathy Lindsav sang several: songs beautifully special game of the afternoonwas SEEDS.If .

for a few week's vacation. of their friends i in tLei bereave a "daisy hunt," about one hun-

Mrs. J. D. Williams has been called ment. Judge W. S. Bullock, one of our dred white and yellow daises had you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans! gooberr I

to Atlanta on account of the serious Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Marsh, Mr. and most distinguished speakers.delivered been hidden around the yard and at chufas, whipponvill, clay, cane or lady finger pan, bean, =i!

Illness of her daughter, Dr. Bessie Mrs. C. V. Miller, Misses Edith Pratt the baccalaureate address, which was a given signal the hunt began. Rebecca English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early vi rietiu.

Kunls. and Louella Gary and Messrs. 0. B. filled with excellent advice and wordsof Smith, among the girls and Guilford field corn, and all field and garden seed,

Howbe and E. T. Helvenston: com encouragement to the three young Taylor, among the boys, succeed Call on or write,
)Ii** Bessye Porter returned home
Wednesday afternoon from DeLand, posed a pleasant party who spent graduates who last night launched ed in finding the greatest number of The Ocala Seed Store

Wednesday afternoon fishing at Silver their ships on the sea of life and who these pretty flowers and they were
M here she attended Stetson UniverMty. Sole Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Drink.v .
1 Springs. They returned home by have all of its battles and discouragements given the prizes, agold lace pin and a .
Miss Porter was one of the
moonlight and the trip was a thoroughly before them. silver stick pin.
graduates from the business depart
ment. delightful one. The diplomas were awarded to the The rest of the afternoon was spent C. K.I GRACE.Successor .

*K- B Made Young Again. graduates by Supt. Cam with a few playing games the children all
Hon. C. M. Brown has returned to Central Lumeer Co.
"One of Dr. King's New Life Pills well chosen and appropriate remarks. love and it was an afternoon long to

a from Gainesville, where he attended each night for two weeks has Dealer In
put me After receiving these credentials of be remembered by the children.All .
a meeting of the board oftruetet' in my "teens' again" writes D. H. Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried
the FlooringCeiJinff
the good work accomplished by them games were played on the ,
$ of the East Florida Semi Turner of Dempsytown, Pa. They, and Siding, Lathe Shingles and Brick.
i are the best in the world for liver, during their years of echool life, the lawn in the back :yard and here good ,

nary. _____ stomach and bowels. Purely vege exercises concluded with a song, things to eat were served before the Manufacturer of {

Mrs. W. W. Jackson left Thursday table. Never gripe. Only 25c. at 'Adieu" and'the graduating exercisesfor afternoon's pleasures were over. Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

,? for Tallahassee, where she goes as a Tydinga &: Co. m 1004 were over. Miss Fannie's friends rememberedher Window Frames, :Mantels Church Seats, Pulpit, Behoof
Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I
witness In the United States district with quite.a number of pretty am constantly
; FOR SALE-A large hone suitable for farm
Quick Arrest.J. receiving Lumber and can fill orders for and
court to testify in the case against work. Inquire atSteam Laundry. 3-18 presents and her eleventh birthday any quantities
A. Gulledge, of Verbena! Ala., sizes. :Mail orders attended to promptly
:, Editor Smith, late of the Monticello *..* indeed a happy one.
: Tuesday night Miss Jessie Lou Martin was twiee_ in the hospital from a severe .
: A )'- -- -
Constitution. -
case of piles causing 24 tumors. After
entertainment at a very pleasant I Ocala High School Te.c hers.
There an alarm of fire sent iu doctors and all remedies had failed i
was .
party for her cousin, Miss Mabel San Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly rr The friends of Mr. J. H. Workman,
the Standley residence late Wednesday
from ders, of Dunnellon and Misses Rhoda rested further Inflammation and cued who has been the principal lof the Awfuln e acJadJfS
afternoon but it was soon ex
Liddon and Johnnie Gattis. There him. It conquers aches and kills Ocala
High School for the
past term Are sure Indications cl sows form of tl# -
tinguished. pain. 25c. at Tydings& Co. m
were about thirty girls present and will be glad to know that be has ac trouble, biliousness or a bad liver Malaria will

Mrs. F. L. Watson is enjoying a I the evening was spent most enjoyably Hon. George,. Wilson, editor of cepted the place for anotbtr: year. 1 I .1 ... next overtake you. Don't rUSt Ixsbtiro1 it, and abate all,

visit from her mother, Mrs. W. B. playing games and quite a number the Times-Union \ Gon'ttaketxlouclcrqulnlcO i Iif
was registered at The school under his direction has accomplished / ,
Leake and her young brother, Harry recitations and music which '4'\
gave the Ocala House Monday. Under excellent work and the HERDINE)

Lease, of Jacksonville. added much pleasure. Miss Madge Mr. Wilson's direction the Times-Un-I school board tendered to him the f"

)Ir. R. L. Barnes and two daughtersleft Sims and Miss Clara Johnson recited ion has grown to be one of the largest position for another year. d has dl their trtaa>- aa of tip
deadly! dlcets. HEHBWC tali a
Wednesday for Freemont, N. C., and Misses Annie Mathews, Louise and most Influential newspapers in It is a matter of regret that 3Ir. W. I ., \ regularly will forouall heaiiaebeti.tbodigsstlro +

> where they will spend the summer. Scott,Jessie Lou Martin and Mr. Geo. the south and is everywhere recog- T. Gary will no longer be connected I lion Ecad off o Ala; perfect, +eoadl _

e Freemont is Mr. Barnes' old home Martin played piano solos. Refresh- nized as "Florida's great daily." The with the school, he having accepted a b I liver lib, keen you laIKf good bcoaJth; I

and he has not spent the summer ments were served and in every way paper is a monument to his taste, industry position with the Messrs. Munroe & IT TODAY.

there In twenty-two years. I the evening was delightful. intelligence and skill. Chamblisss bank. Mr. Gary ha 1 SOo AS Dtv hti.e .


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Spring Humors BEFORE THE MAYOR. to me like a slap; I was right close by BROWN REPLIES TO BULLOCK To the Christian People of Ocala.It .rT11flI 'r

him; when I saw his band it was is being noised arouud that wane -

Come to most people and C&we'ma.ny open, though he might have bad Says He Supported the General 40 good Christian people of Ocala, and :;' Mii TTJdr4
Th Case Against Henry /
troublei,-pimpleg, bolls and other after he struck .
time to have opened it Years and Expected Better Treat perhaps outside of Ocala, are not going .I
eruptions besides low of Decision Reserved.
appetite, '
ment. .... -
that tired feeling fita of biliousness him.Q. to vote for John Galloway for = -
The case of the city of Ocala v*. J. How bricks did Fuller
many To my nine thousand three hundred
and headache.
sheriff because he was at one time iu /
H. Livingston, Jr., on a charge of throw?
The eooner one gets rid of them the and thirteen true friends in .ff '.

better, and the way to get rid of them disturbing the peace by fighting on A. He threw two. the state of Florida, who cast the liquor, business.Is j /, / .

and to build the Q. Was Livingston retreating at this the true ehnstiau spirit? Is it .
up system that has the 17th inst., which had been postponed their votes for tne, allow me throughthe 1

offered from them is to take came up for trial Tuesday the time the bricks were thrown? press of the state to extend to you the proper thing to do? Is:: not the T

Hood's / A. Yes. my heartfelt thanks for this token of advice of the Christian people to tho??:
morning before Major W. J. Edwards. Our money trr.nirj? ?. .Ie.
Q. And you say he returned after your confidence and believe, notwithstanding following the liquor business to stopit written I" men who tsars. ,. .1 t:

and Pills The first witness called was P. V. ward to the sidewalk? what may be said of me and /get into some other and better you all about

Forming ih combination the Spring Leaveugood, who testified in substance A. He came up to the edge of the through the press by others (my business? Potash

Medicine par excellence, of unequalled as follows: sidewalk; yes. enemies) is no proof of my insincere Well, Mr. Gal'otvay has done IbU-
strength in purifying the blood as They are needed Hjr wnr, mn
That he knew Henry Livingstonaud Q Were you and Mr. Fuller then ity. he bas literally folioed the advice of who own a lirhi and s plow 41 .!

manent shown by cures unequalled of radical and per. W. B. Fuller and that he saw standing on the sidewalk, or were you General Robert Bullock, a grand, h ese god people and quitted the bui- of who them desires, to let ik* s _t .,\t

Scrofula them engaged in a fight on Tuesday, walking? brave old soldier the Confederacy, ness home years ago. Th> ar./.". Vad put ore.t
Salt Rheum <..IKlfitail: tleIN
17. Saw Fuller strike Livingston A. We were walking. I was carrying Why not applaud him bold: his
Scald Head: Bolls, Pimples May a few days ago visited Jacksonville up Mew Yrt-M Sawa .Ln4

All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis with his fist and Livingston staggered him to the doctor fchop. He said ((20'h of May) and there writes a communication Lauds and bid him Godspeed for bU .,,1..'.. 4a.*V I. M..4 K

Blood Poisoning Rheumatism nearly falling. Henry Gordon was he was cut bad. purporting to be in I renunciation of the traffic? I

Catarrh Dyspepsia, Etc standing beside Fuller at the time. Q. In what manner did Livingston answer to a letter directed to him Don't let m give him advice thin

Accept no substitute, but be sure to When Fuller struck Livingston, he, growl] aud grumble after his return to "biffbiin one" for following It. -
from Mr. S. P. Sligh another true
get Hood's, and get it today, .\XXot (KM: iTtt.fw .

(Leavengood) ran between them and the sidewalk? and: brave old veteran, who lives in Let us be consistent and: when we ----

----. tried to keep them from coming together A. He was going ou to Fuller justabout Jacksonville but who i is not much at advise a man to quit the liquor business
MR. BROWN'S SUDDEN CONVERSION. Yea ('owWta.aaraat' ...,..., ......oe _,
again. They did come near like any other man in a row. letter-writing, and possibly General let's: help him with our votes .tif a eledMite rt ........ a. ssaaaer u'

Q I would like for to state as the board a away .MaaMlMSaeli:. aM ....
each other again though, and as Fuller you and prayers to quit It aud stay quit.
with him
the timed
was stopping at
Hon. C. )[. Brown bad a "hearttoheart" that my part MM. ta lilatttpaltj/a sad tbt

talk with Hon. R. W. Davis tried to strike Livingston again the near as possible what, iu fact, he di this so-called letter is stated to have Having given the advice l lt' show the rostra.f 1M M.w. MIM ..wAwt nt

latter stuck his knife in him. He the world that at UK pmt to hr MM |ww ,.
just after the primary election on the say.A. been written. At all events, why we mean it. M W ......
Well I could tell all he did .
heard no loud talking or any demonstratione nor John Galloway should -- -
would S. P. Sligh wish to write a let. get votes
10th of and from the
: May emerged Pea :.Gait c.ueI' N d ....... .
room into the street a red-hot Davis before Fuller cursed Livingston say, but said this: "Fuller, you can't ter when he could not have been of all good, Christian people in Marion The Ph....,... IMMSMtk Ch* rssp.n>*it.

and struck him. Don't know run over me like that,'' grumbling. I more than two blocks away from county. CITIZEN. I pre** |t.tits AMMSMSM MStra M I'M tnt ...l

man. could not what all he did I C'DI'DII fo..tM. iSMrtsl ttw ...... 1st v r
whether Livingston was struck in the flay say .
Some critics seem to think the conversion where General Bullock was stopping. I Smtth faf....., ar-r ml *!,. HmM Jlsl"'

was altogether: too suddena : face or not. After Livingston had because I did not pay much attentionto To me there seems to be just here a Nerbino. tad*.k;MM.r.....t lit Msi to MM..-*

Fuller he walked few him, but I tola him to stand aside Will WM.---s
cut a steps overcome indigestion and
uuaulmous shade of dyspepsia '
little too and sponta inconsistency. Herstia.a. ....
backward when Fuller picked up two -he could not get the man any more. ; regulate tbe bowels and cure ------
Again, General Bullock starts off
neous. bricks: and hurled them at him. This I put him (Fuller) in a hack and wentto liver and kidney compUiub.nlt U I tea ttevstt hiatns.nruu-1wMUS .
But it must be remembered that his communication by asserting that the best blood enricner audiluvlgo| tall aaWd.Martly nPreaaut eewrustteaaa I u.
took place in the city of Ocala,countyof the doctor's shop. sib dMmt M ts* IHW4 d eetetat.asy.
Mr. Davis is a man of wonderful not presume to advise his old rator in the world. It h purely
powers vegetable
Marion state of Florida.Mr. Q. Up to that time you had said tn.I hereby ..__ !y It It L M llM'
of persuasion. As one paper putsIt comrades how they shall vote; but, inclosing perfectly harmless, and should p--. ......M Nltuity
Henry Gordon's testimony was nothing? you be a sufferer Jfrom dilate c. w. nitrite
"I you
want to that 1
: "The people of Florida have already says: say
A. No I hadn't said anything, andI will use it if you are wise.R. .
about follows ,
discovered that he has mighty as : believe the democratic people of Florida Pea C Mr. Fuller and myself were walking tried to get Fuller and pull him out N. Andrew" Edltorl and MKF. twit d lb.a.u.... .....fill'" lilt IMI.Mt
winniu' ways." will be safe In nominating Napoleon Cocoa and U'wkledge New tat ....
Cocoa Sty M i noble III Ir bq/i lit
along the street and as we came to of the way. No use for me to say
Those who are familiar with Napo B. Broward as the democratic Fla., writer: "I have u-ed your Her- a.tMy "))(Ia' ttwSIL rd wIN $ J NsleI.
the corner Mr. Fuller said he had to anything. It was not my fight. bine In nsy jaty as t IsI=...MIss .. tile I'I'I
leon's escape from Elba!: know something candidate for the high office of govtr- my family, anti find it 1& uio.t ltMJ. Mts. ttaMlltt

go to his supper, and I told him thatas Q. Is (t not a fact that after Living nor of Florida." excellent medicine. IU eilevU upon
of the power of personal mag
my supper was not in that direction ston was struck 'by Fuller the first Somewhat inconsistent again. myself have betn a marked benefit. Fit .......-.. .tuaby UV"8n. .,.... 4
1 would leave him there. At time he staggered back, and: after he recommend it unhesitatingly. 50!!. e.ra/M.M w Us ails If MNN '" ......
Strong armies officered by brave And, now let me say to my com Anti-mouopoly Drug Store. m .ay wl/sel M LW 1wt.Nt pYrMWS IeM

this time Mr. Livingston came across had gained his equilibrium, said: rades and friends that I have been .....a.tM ttb fill ,... aiMs. fq....
i'ieu wtre sent by the restored Bourbon
the street and )[r. Fuller called bun. 'Fuller, you had no right to bit me,' A Card of Thanks from Hon. C, M. tally wMllt Nt atgriaut M ell .r ep.atratstwara
King to oppose the almost lone voting for this grand old soldier and d 11...asanaM. 1441.1..yWKM
)Ir. Livingston walked up to us. Air. or words to that effect? Brown. p 4at.t.itr4Y
march of the exile, but as soon as the members of his family for just 40 r -- -"- cyIsr.etu.e
Fuller then asked him if the remarkshe A. Only some few words passed- t
old veterans, those who were with him years, and he has known me from a Ocala, Fla.. May Situ) 19+H. P........... t.r.... a.

had been making about Mr. Gor possibly that. I do not know just exactly small between the handles To the didale.1M...fill aku.d ..nos rwawij.M ..
on an hundred victorious:: battle fields boy plow Voters of Marion County
don's negro deputy were intended for what he said, or what I said, M tltr...... N eM......".. Mme,
rtughtaglimpseof the familiar figure and can testify that I have tried to I wish to thank my friends throughout If s..1.rlr.eu4otiitei 1 parMat I.' tt.....
of" .. Mr. Gordin or if they were intendedfor after I saw they were trying to fight.|I live in all good conscience towards t 1M irMss tI aaN aM M t1e flat.++ .rr atlNWuf ..
their beloved commander be the for
they county the flittering
vote ....... ..
him (Fuller) personally. Mr. Liv. Q. Did he knock Livington down oNATIONAL
came hilarious with joy, threw away my fellow man and that the first office given me on tbe 10th of May Word
ingston put his baud on Mr. Fuller's or stagger him?
their guns and rushed tumultuously) of any dignity, except a memberof areiuadequnteto express fgrati-
shoulder, but as he did so Mr. Fuller A. He staggered him back.
to his standard. the legislature that I have ever tude, but should opportunity
told him to take his hand oft of him, Q. Is it.true that Livingston went to ever
"Vivel'Empereur! was on every aspired to, was governor of my state, offer, I propose to prove to who
pushing it away. Mr. Livingston the back of Fuller and stabbed him?
aud then after a month or more, have stood by me iuy high I
lip.It then replied that he only meant the 4o; he did not do so. appreciation
was the proudest, most joyous wheu I had spent about $150 in preparation of your .confidence. I trust in .
him Fuller Mr. Bullock announced that there I
remarks for a "guy" to ( ).
period in French history.The for my canvass I heard that theseyond primary that you -vill m*ot
As he said this Mr. Fuller said be wasa was uo further evidence to be produced :
fearle. Marshal! Key, having General Bullock was seriou?l I.}' contemplating your vote aud influence for Hon. It.
--- liar aud slapped him aside of the at this trial.
sworu allegiance to the of theKing making tilt race for goveruorhiwselfwhrreuponIiwwrtiiate- W. D. vil:!, a man in whom lu-re U no
head and he (Livingston) staggered Mayor Edwards reserved his decision
declared that be "would bring I iecep.ion, but slauJ today: squarely
back a little. Livingston then pulled in the case until the Thursday I
his former;chief'tn Paris in a cage." ly went and asked him if such was I on the platform that I have tai stern u. SURGIClllftSTITUTE..t. .
out his knife and cut him (Fuller) morning session of the court. AlU.. *, Ga. KUkHh4 lift
But the personal magnetism of the the case. He said that he bid been ously advocated. Remember kind T...... .... rat. .. ....
with it. We have given the above detailed ..a..,. .ataa,.... 51: {: ...
escaped exile was too much for Ney's thinking about it. I theu told him friends that iu this laud qunnfou 1Ori..... 44.....& H e t'lMiey
In the cross examination the follow account of the trial ou account of ''iraaaa.ak ..... hit t ..1ftlt4.....,
I would withdraw iu
Iwpetuous withstand and at iu that event about which have li
nature to you <-rd *> much,
ing questions were asked Mr. Gordonby there beiug a number of erroneousstatements --- -
his favor and support him to the besto. there i is
sight of him he became delirious :: absolutely' nothing-the
Mr. R. B. Bullock, attorney for the going around about tbcase. e
with joy aud aided the wonderful defense my ability; he thanked me very whole matter is now in litigation, suite

mau ,iu his triumphal march! tothe| e : ordailly and the neat day asked m should the courts decide iu our Gtvor
Q. Mr. Gordon the
French capital. was laying ofLivingston's if I would make such a oechratiou any one of the four oiudMate* who a

Brown, it is true, pelted Davis with hand upon the shoulder LATER. through the papers, which I did and were before you for governor would, S
done in such a manner as to indicateviolence Major Edwards dismissed the case
cartoons and oratory; but his conduct waited on him some three weeks; at have protected your intere, oue u*
or enmity between the Thursday morning.
parties e
was nothing like to severe as Paul'streatment ? ---- --- the end of which time he told me well a* another. The matter will 1

;,' of Stephen, when on his ---- Men Whom Mr. Galloway Has Served that he could not waKe the race and rest with the nerd of Internal Iiuprovement .

eventful visit to D:.waseus. A. I don't think so; no sir. Speak Well of Him. for me not to wait longer on Liui. I whit will l,e jour
Q. Was not the laying of his hand ICOVt'rnor.
Paul,or Saul as he then styled him. Leesburg, Fla., May 19th 1904. theu re-announced uiy candidacy and Mr. Crooui, Mr. K1IN, Air. (Yew. s # Il
Fuller's shoulder done in such
self, stoned the prophet unto death; upon a To Whom it May Concern: made the race, and my old comradesays ford or ( Broom) and Mr. McLln. .

yet, in the twinkling of an eye, was manner as one friend would lay his We, the undersigned 'citizens of now that be did not support me These are all Rood, houest men wlm
hand upon the shoulder of another
converted to the "true faith" and his Leesburg Lake county? who personally because he "knew me too well." Now,, will protect us. And for last (
A. Well, it was not done in the guts
conversion lasted through the gea. & way knew Mr. John P. Gallows y I I ask is this inconsistency or ingratitude lion is simply 'Fuluieii lirututu"
of assault.Q. .
R Paul's conversion proved a blesIug during the many years of his residence ? may frighten but cannot liarnt.s .

to the whole world. May not Brown's After Livingston laid his hand in this community and in this 1 will not call it ingratitude for this Respectfully,

upon shoulder Fuller said what?
prove a blessing to Florida? county, herewith testify:: as to hi to me is a harsh accusation, but let i it C. M. H'UWNiIL

Davis fought with Brown in the depleted A. Keep his "durued" hands off honor and integrity as a man and a be a fault, to which we are all liable. Jerry Burnett

and shattered ranks of Lee's him.Q.. citizenand also to his faithful and But. this I do say. After I had served Resolutions of Spmpathy.

and when these Did he then knock his baud off? Whereas It hath pleased
army comrades: efficient service as sheriff of this:: General Bullock for forty years politi God In tte
fell on each others neck like David exercise of his all-wise discretion
A. Shoved it oft to
county, in which capacity he servedfor
cally and caused none of his cattle to
and Jnnathau in that silent chamberand take to himself our brother, Jim. MerchantTailoring
Q. Was that said in
wept, the scene must have been an angry tone ten or twelve yearj. Mr. Gallo- be ring-streaked, speckled or grizzled, Madison lienton; therefore be It resolved -

. an affecting one. by Mr. Fuller? way retired from office of his own selection he might have overlooked my faults by the session of the Fast ),#.-

: Mr. Brown himself says: Ir I A. It looked like he was a little !and carried with him the full and given me just one vote. byterlan church of Ocala Fla.: ; _.

"1 wish to say,as a true confederate veteran, "riled." confidence and respect of his fellow. However, I make no charge. And i iI 1. That our city has !oat an up- .
that;I am constrained by ties that time right
can citizen a good
Q. Was the throwing or shoving of citizens. He showed man aM a t foe
only sever,to support the next con federate}vet by the able I now concluding with the same spirit Christian gentleman.

eran, the Hon. Robu W.Dins, for our,:govern- his hand off his shoulder followed manner in which he filled the officeof that actuated this old veteran to say 2. That our church Ocala, Ptori4
or.who was a member of company D, filth bas lost a number
,Gcorgia Reserves,:ardC1'S corpsJoha regiment immediately by the blow by Fuller? sheriff in this county that he has vote for N. B. Broward, let me appeal of whose record we may w.)| b* }c'inMt hnl-I'fllNr. -

son's army and surrendered his rifle whilej the A. Yes;just the next instant after I special fitness for the duties of such to you for the good and glory of Flor- proud-a man firm In his eeavfetteM DomeRt',1 OfM""
echoes of a just cause were dying.' amid. r e
away wards.Q. of
office, and it is with pleasure that right, yet gentle as a woman In
thetombsofour confederate dead at Greens.: I ida and her people and admonish you aUcIVER

born N.C. Though a there 'boy, yet-he was I Are you sure that was a slap and we commend him to the favorable to vote for Hon. R. W. Davis for our of his relations; a man whose det e. ...

inspired by that chivalric heroism characteristicwith not a lick with the fist? tion to his wife and child was beuasc ti.
our forefathers in the days of the[revolu consideration of the democratic governor. Respectfully, ful to behold.
A. Well I should not think
tion. And how can we forget him in this;hour it was; voters of Marion county. C. M. BROWN, SR. 3. That the heartfelt
of need? My comrades we cannot." it didn't knock him down; it lookedA sympathy of
Signed.P. this
be extended to his
Marvelous conversions, spiritualand W. Butler. J. S. Mahoney Cured His Mother of Rheumatism. in this their hour of family
political are not.rare. Startling Test. trial with tr*
E. J.M. Padgett A. L. MillerG. "My mother has been a sufferer for prayer that God will sanctify to and MACK }

How many evangelists tell us of men To save a life, Dr.T. G. Merrit, of W.,Franklin Earl GrayW. many years with rheumatism," says this myst-rtous visitation them

who enter their tents mockers, leave No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startlingtest D. Bush Jos. H. C. Pratt W. H. Howard, of Husband, Penn. ence. of his prov l

shouting the glad tidings.: resulting in a wonderful cure. Joe C. West T. J. Ivey "At times she was unable to move 4. That a special page Le ...,
Who is it that is not familiar reserved
with He writes "a
patient was attacked R. F. Cook
L. E. DozierF. at all, while at all times walking was In the minutes of the session and that
the story of Pentecost? with violent
caused by Kramer
J. L. Luning painful. I presented her with a bottle a copy of these resolutions
Sifted to its conclusion what is ulceration of the stomach. be spread
I had
often G. H. Harris J. B. Gaines of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and thereon, and that
} Brown's off ndlng? JDefeated himselffor found Electric Bitters a copy be forward
excellentfor A. M. Jachde FUNERAL
L. L. after few to
Kenny a applications she decidedit his family, and that
the nomination, he flocks to the acute stomach and liver troubles \V. C. Wilkins B. C. a ropy be Mnt
was the most wonderful pain reliever to the Ocala Banner
standard of an old comrade in the so I prescribed them. The and Ocala Stand
Ipatient J. M. Cline T. W. Adams she had ever tried in fact, sheis the rhurch for DEtECTORS.
legion of honor under Lee; one whose gained from tbe first, and has not had E. B. Walker W. H. publication
Richey.H. never without It now and is at all Signed: Wm. C.
address and fitness are everywhere an attack in-14 months." Electric Lindsay, N. )r. Ail -1-
D. Williams.
times able to walk. An occasional red C. M. Brown.
= acknowledged would give lustre to Bitters are positively guaranteed for application of Pain Balm keeps away ter Ingr.irn. W. CraybHI. Pe llsvtr a fttN limit .I .....,........&.
the gubernatorial chair and :against dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipationand Russia and Japan must have the and
the pain that she was formerly troubled Session Ocala Presbyterian Burial Oiit i, 1ft I.... ..... t'
whose public record there is no official kidney troubles. Try them. patient American mule to help win thurth.
with.. For sale t'y Auti-nionop- By order of session.( II.) tf t......
stain. Only 50e. at Tydings&Co. m 1 heir battles. Store. I
oly Drug
wiiiiiIiiiiIiiiiI Wm. C. Lindsay
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The paper "Ul the People, for the People and by the People."

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Master Louis Waller Benjamin, of Mr. H. A. Ford returned Sunday I The many friends of Mr. Ed Pitt. j

tf f OFHEAIIH Jacksonville, visiting: his uncle, from a visit near Birmingham, Ala., man are already talking of making THE GRATEFUL WIDOWOf j

i ti E Mr. Herman Benjamin.Mr. where be went on business connected I an alderman of him at next the late Henry G. Morse, President of the New York Skip Bn&iiftf Co*}*** ,

Arch-Mclver-, one- of the prominent with his marble quarry in that sec December's city election. If a upon receipt of the first instalment of her annual income fat the eltta<', t

\ ROYAI factors of Blitchton, was oue of t ion. -_ ---- successful business man makes a provided under a contract with The Mutual Life law,.,," C..,.., <( New i

i Ocnla's visitors Monaay. Stationary, memorandum sues-cssful official Ed is "it." V -V, writes as follows: )

books and all kinds' of account rRIUpU,..... r.... ,... A rp
Master Charles Cullen gave a THE MUTUAL LIFE ISSUEAXCE COMPACT or IEW 'ealt j
Sonic great lalue llowers, books underbought Dear sirs-I am in receipt of check fur the firs jjoltcy .,.... ...........of
ribbon it hat ornaments! The antlnmler,ohl. At the Ocala party Saturday afternoon to quite a issued to Mr. Morse through you to March ... Qicv.rn n11t t. i
ijcularly like about this contract a that no matter Iavw .... 11sT ,
Ocala Bazaar. Bazaar Store. number of his little friends. Mrs. .iC paid me on the 25th of June each year f i.jeu' i
---- --- Believing that no investment in Mr. Mor>e' rtet raitimni tat11.i 1
4 - --- Cullen, Miss Pasteur, Miss Meta Jew. .ncome as this policy, I take great pleasure in (mf M MJT L -(
Mr. J. H. Butler, a prominent Mrs. S. Potts Eigletou and little endorsement. Very truly ,..,., Ma, aIn ,
ett and Mr*. Pasteur helped to enter
r lumber man of Romeo, paid this of. daughter, Margaret, have returned lain the little ones: and made the afternoon writing for information about this forrr of policy state atstwl! ........ yu aw. 1
fice a business call Monday. from a mouth's visit to Mrs. Eagle- i
a happy one. ike guaranteed. This Company has paid polky-huldcri over
I ton's sister, Mrs. Godfrey :Moyers at
600 Million DcUara 1 1"he 1I
I Mr Z C. Chambliss returned home Duunellon.
Sheriff James Layue, of Sumter
Tuesday from Lakeland, where she
Miss Cora Grittia and Miss Walker county was among the strangers in MUTUAL LIFE
visited friends for ten
two of the teachers at the Ocala High Ocala Saturday. Mr.Layne had "com I ,

POWDERAbsolutely Mr. Ro :oiie You e, of Jacksonville School during the pat term have re pany"in the recent primary and must I INSURANCE COMPANY OFk 'i

Pure spent Sunday in the city with his turntd to their homes, the former to measure strength with a strong competitor -

THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE part'ntIr.. and Mr, R. E. Yonge. Anthony and the latter to )IcInto h. for the sheriff's office at tbe Oldest NEW Y 0 R K Lor.a!
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Hon. Eild. L. Wartmaun, of Citra, The prettiest and most uptodateline America RICHARD A. McCURDY President WW

'USA ELI3ASETH EAESIS, Local:! Editor I II Ij member-elect of the legislature, was of box paper for ladies' correspondence &- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hiller left
be bad at Tydings
registered at the Ocala House Mon Saturday for a week's visit to Asheville CECIL WILCOX, Manager, Sack to..ittt, fie)
I Company's and tbe prices are reasonable
HAPPEHIhOS ABOUT TOWN. day. too N. C. They will then go to r L : b.ii

'Ir. John T. Lewis, of Moss Blurt; Washington to meet their daughter, S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MULE

l Prof. A. C McCall left Monday for was in Ocala Tuesday. He was a i I Mrs. H. S. Chambers returned Monday Miss Hazle Hiller, who has been attending -'

i afternoon from a very delightful school in Sew S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
f his home at J* per. witness in a ease before Judge Bul York City and I
visit of several weeks in Jacksonvillewith
J, they will return home together.
A big job in straw lock.Mr. I Mrs. George W. Wilson and Mrs. Livery Feed and Sale Stables

the Oeala Ijazaar.Medicated Frank Teagtie has returned Carl Van Deman. Miss Fay Cribbett, of Largo, who ,

Salt llriek Tor took. from Jacksonville. He says the has been attending the Ocala! HighS

Oc al l Sd !Store Sole Agents. Brown "interview" is the talk of. the Come and look at our line hool for the past term returned We carry the most complete (
of Windsor and midget tie*.

Miss! Annie DeLong, of Candler, is city. For men, women and children home Saturday afternoon. Miss Crib- line of Harness, Saddles, etc. l .- .-

Mr. Charles C. Martin, jr., of Ba- worth 35c and -iOc. Our belt made most enviable reputation
vUitiug Miss Annie Maibews. in central Florida, and will give QJ ? ,
,< -- -- -- vaunah, spent Sunday in Ocala the price 2Oc each The Bazaar, this term, proving herself the banner tw .

-'_ Miss I4Izzi Teague, of Lady Lake guest of his friend, Mr. Emmett E. I Mr. John H. Workman, principalof scholar of the class. She made. an almost our patrons the very lowest .,

i li spending a few days in the city. Robinson.Mr. the Ocala High School, left Tuesday perfect report. prices. We are thoroughly, '

r Mrs. C. J. Joseph hs returned from M. J. Roos, (pronounced as if on the Seaboard for his home at The regular mon tl-.ily silver tea given equipped for fitting out turpen 1

r s visit to relatives at Montgomery- spelled Race) of Cornell, was amongthe South Side, Tennessee, where he will by the ladies of the Presbyterianchurch tine and lumber teams, gear, .r

Mr, aud Mrs. Edward Holder, of :visiting Elks at the session Tuesday I spend the summer. was held Monday afternoon etc. if *
night. .I ----- :Mrs.V: V. Xe-vsom being the hostess. I wagons, *&!Hi > 9
Duuiiellnn, art at the Ocala Hou::e. Miss Marie Scowl, after a ten daysin I
Htfrt'3hmfntconsisting of lemon- We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Hummers
Ocala with her cousin Miss Mattie
Mr. T. D. Bryan and baby went to MM. J. H. Gilleu, who lives with ade and cake were served ou the 'I' Buggies/and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagon

r Hawthorn Tuesday: to visit relatives. :I her eon, Mr. P. H. Gillen, has returned I I Joseph, at the Montezuma hotel, returned veranda and the afternoon was an extremely North Side Court HOIIM . O i I to her home in Jacksonville ,
from a visit to her old home in I
pleasant I
one.Messrs. -
z 8 Mr:*. Jewell, of Montgomery, Ala., 1 I Bainbridge, Ga. Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

is the guest of Mrs. G. A. Carraicbael. S. H. Gaitskill andY.. M. I We Have Just Opened.
We can do you lots of good T. W. Troxler has been all Gist 1
two of the most prominentand
Mr. Willis M. Gerow, of Jacksonville in 'ro'k'rylm !s and cooking smiles for the past few days, a

was a visitor to Ocala Tuesday.Mr. ware. Took at our line. The stock growers in our county were The Newest,
( having arrived at his home
iJ Ocala Bazaar. littlE"j registered at the Ocala House Monday The Nobbiest,
\V. T. Wheeler left Mondayfor I urday. The little stranger is night. Rains The wellet! ,
J I they say, are very
a visit to Jacksonville and Miami. Miss Louise Fretwell, an attractive ing a very cordial welcome. much needed and if
they can be secured -
young lady of Savannah, Ga., is the STRAW HATS
Mr. O. B. House has returntd froma Dr. Ed Chace left Monday for Jacksonville in time, the crops- are entirely
guest of Miss Fannie Rubiuson for a
visit to his cattle ranch at Kihim- where he will attend the satisfactory.Mrs. To be seen
couple of weeks. In Ocala.
meeting of the State Dental Association.
mee. Herbert: L. Anderson and Caall and we,
J. A. and Rev. J. D. Mr. and Mrs Joun Dozier are back He has been honored with the
Rev. Hendry
daughter, Lillian, have gone to Atlanta
Cole went down to Sutherland Satur- from a visit to their son, Dr. H. C. secretaryship of tbe above association.Dr. to spend the week with ;X'iss THE CHAMBERS SHOE GO.

Dozier; in Columbia, S. C., where he
day. J. Hardy Pittrnau, of Jackson Francis Anderson, who ii a studentat
is now located.Mr. OCALA, FLA.
Mr. R. R. Carrol returned Monday ville. spent Sunday in Ocala with his Washington Seminary iu this city
from a short busiut-M trip to Seat and Mrs. Bert Newberu, of wife aud little daughter, who are the and who will graduate from the -- -.......

L_ bretzs.: Leroy, were visiting in Ocala Tues guests of Dr. Pittman's parents, Mr. institution today. They will returnto .' Bffil ga-5i\l; t!.._

day. Mrs. XewberH was formerly and Mrs. Piltman for several, weeks Ocala the first of next week.
Mr. Lawrence Sims, of Valdosta
Miss Miuna Miller. WE EAT MEATS
T (ill, is visiting! his sister! Mrs. J. B. I I Seed Velvet Beans For Sale. Mr. Carlos C. Ayer, who until recently -

Staten. Mrs. George R. MiKrau mid her Those desiring! fine velvet beans for has been the night/; operator at rni .& '1 To grow Btroflg. Unit** we get

Mr. Ambrose Davis, of Tampa, habeen" sister, Miss Alice Bullock left Monday planting purposes will do well to callat the Atlantic Coast! Line railway, i.x :._-..,. ..., J...>. goo t meat we may. "" .., l e..t
J.- A. Pooler's store One ; .-
for White Springs, where they will at once. rata" I', -;""{", it alone. There 1* BO Mr.t Kth
visiting his!' brother, Mr. P. C. hundred bushels will be sold at $2.5per now in Fort Worth, Texas, where ht l51 If": \;" .-".
two weeks. : .. intouih, umt-1""* .*4 .f
Davis spend bushel S. R. PYLES. has a splendid position with the Postal : IrnJ ;',' -; >-', giving
)Ir. S. R. Whaley and family have Editor Hartig, of the DunntllonAdvocate Telegraph Company. He will S: .**%" ', .:."- r-x' ?' .' _5wxst" :1_+ -it take fctrefrgth tdifvl|
Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss 0. T. 1''S..
\ it. It to to MrWuI to
iu the keep posted on the here [ : .. y pay
happenings $
returned from a visit; to relati yes at was city Mondayand lfi ._
Green, A. E. Gerig and Dr. William ''
>:4 buying .t-be sure to gt
Madison. speaks bopefully of the solidity through the columns of the Ocala

of Dunnellon's'ott'. Anderson returned Monday from a l anuer. Mr. Ayer is. the /2' Ir#:% the best-tender ted ........e.l5" .
Bird member of the youngestson : .. '.. I
Dr. a state l'r .1 .-; ; \0'if '
tithing expedition to. Crystal River. of Hon. Alfred Ayer. t ::'::_l J.i,: 1., f.t I Pay a little more I If iwxi to tint
board of health visitor to Ocala r.\,, .
was a .
Watch our show window anal "'- : .Ii -
had most '
They a enjoyable outing. : '' put something IB yttr MMMfh
Monday.Dr. keep I)().h'd. A regular 50c Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Miss Janet :. ?, ff-1 j \ l/>- -'. .
/i. which will finh CM
0- for 35e. At the .A. : !: put yonr
jardiniere )[ and Mrs. C. Groom of "4 '
r. Hardy "' .T.-
McElroy, of Orlando, is the Weathers and Mr. Hibbert Weathersleft I. r -J1.l8\
Ocala Bazaar. Tallahassee the ...kf .3sb ones and utrofig Wood tiEDWARDS 1"'
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Staten on are spending sum Tuesday for White Springs to r

Lime Street. ilrs. Lee Miller returned to Brooks- mer in Mexico, having gone there for spend a couple of weeks. They go for

ville Monday afternoon to visit Miss the benefit of Mr. Croom's health. the benefit of the health of the latter, m BROS.
Mrs. George F. Dittmar and children !
Christian Cook until Mr. Miller returns Mrs. Croom was Miss Sallie Bell, of who has been confined to his bed for Stall 2 and 4 City: Market, Octtllt. 1'1...
of Holder, aw spending a few -J
from his trip to Cuba. this city. over four months. His many friendsare
days in Oeala.lleduetioii. I lr 1itii1i' .J1iiliir! mI--! .. l
-- --_- Mrs. B. S. Bernard and little son delighted that he is now on the
I sale of Iace..utd Sheaf Oats Wanted. ...
have returned to their home in Pensa- road to recovery and it is hoped that -
! embroideries going on at the Will buy 10,000 pounds of oats in -

Ocala Itazaar. bundle at market price.PALMETTO cola, after a visit of several months he will soon regain his health entirely.One .

PARK FARM, with Mrs. Bernard's parents, Dr. and ""rtf'1r"'r"'r""r"'r"r."r11r11r1'r11"1r"1"1t'1"i \ " " " " "

Mrs. J. E. Chace and littlesou Bob of the greaest blessings a modest
and Mrs. M. Marean.Mr. .
Mr. Archie Ingram, draughtsmanfor !! man can wish for is a good, reliableset STARTING EARLY
have gone to White Springs to spend << i ,
of bowels.
If are not the
a few weeks. the Merrill Stevens Company, is i Fred W. King, of Macon, Ga., happy possessor of such an outfit you I ::: of reat Import.... in S!
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ::;
r one of the most popular travelingmen can greatly improve the efficiency of acquiring proflflD In :i
Mr. Bethel Gallagher, of Tampa, a Peter Ingram in this city for a week. in the state, was in Ocala Mon those you have by tbe judicious use :1 piano pUjlof. Hit .....'. I

popular young traveling man, spent :: make roittakeof lM.k* .....
day. Mr. Kings' friends at this point rtf Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver '
Sunday in Ocala ::: log "any tort of a |.R.. -4
Tavares will regret to learn that he is soon to Ablets. They are pleasant to take will du to begin ... IT ,

Mrs. George L, Taylor has returned Mr. T. J. Owen is staying at Mr. Taylor's quit the road. i tud agreeable in effect. For sale by :: {f f =' 4 WON'T. Your child wee+l

k from a visit to relatives at Cherry Anti-monopoly Drug Store. m == ...- a* good an ln.trum*..t ft
store his absence I
during The meeting of the reading club :: ,1 you can afford to hijr, .''k.r .
Lake and Madison. Ella Wheeler Wilcox says that unless -
Miss Etta Chace returned "to her Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. F. :\. affects relation E I her ear for rnu,to will UtulKKUidH. ;I
A big line of large eastern your religion your ::: .
v Teague was an exceedingly pleasantone.
lee water pictures, at the home at Starke Monday after a fewdays' !. Mrs. Teague read portions ofGoethe's ship with the whole human family, :: You will be ..r. Ira U* 4 =sIDe

R Ocala Bazaar. visit to her brother and sitter, and affects it for its good, for its hap == to expert p-IaM'l 4. >.
"Faust" to the club
and it
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace. piness, and makes you seem nearer == wHo thlrty-thrw fFUE
Mr. George Hough is enjoying a was very enjoyable.Rev. r tiperience.
and dearer to that family, it is worth- +.
visit from his two brothers, of Union Mrs. E. P. Thagard and childrenleft p"r '. "f Only tbe beat .
for J. P. Hilburn has gone to less. True. If one's conduct at church s>r- (4kMg a
Springs, Alabama. Monday a visit to friends at I .
Reddick. Later Sutherland to attend the commencement does not comport with his or her con
on they will go to'
t Mr. Jake Brown went to Jackson North Carolina exercises of tbe Methodist duct at home, it is not a religion that MPBELLoS
to spend the summer. con-I I
ville Tuesday to attend the meeting of Another big iu men's ference College. Hecarried with will do to tie to. True sanctification 1 i ,

the Knights Honor. a beautiful gold medal, offered by must reach further than the vestibuleof
Everybody must wear
See our DUe ewers and basins toniekind of a shirt. Our price Mrs. R. B. McConathy, of this city, I the chu"ch. It must reach from the Headquarters, Jacksonville, Flat |3IIUIilikiliiUliiJUiilliilUJUllNUlhiUiUWItillllUIUlUIUlul -

and 13 piece toilet sets. The 4Sc, 50c and S5c. The Ocala I to the pupil in tbe seminary makingthe church to tbe street and from tbe

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is r s."slc'/etruup a. I Geaenl Balltck't Reply.Mr. !? I azinst the encroachment of corporate I BRO 6E ItD AND KIRK CL8Sij. AgrACJ

BULLOCK GOES f OR! Ocala: Fh.. hy 19, 19)4. and monopolistic powers, they should HA ( :

SL t.sills.Jidoe-BTiSe. Ka.3IvD by all mesas, if they oald: not vote .
'If Tea Lay Tear Maids On ItsThere'll
for him ( Brown} east their votes
C. M. BROWN.OLD AJcffiB-lam in receipt of INVISIBLE ENEMY
tithtrfor Napoleon B. Broward trDtnnitte Be Bo Secoad Primary/
yoareoojmntieauon of the l->tb colt
H. Mays, but in no event Politician are dbea. mg with much
&ekinf my advk-e n s t" whether or HEALTHMalaria
iboold they vote for Robert Davis. interest a heated controversy that
not I thick the- Confederate veteransof ,
SOLDIER BJP3 A COHBIOE. I am further told that even after took place on Bay street yesterday .
Florida should fallow Hon. a }I.Bro..o 1 r is slow but the moot nu bourn md
a poison
the primary ejection, while in Jacksonville afternoon between Sajolirori P. Brow-
c/ue cf the defeated eandi- deeply rooted when it take po% .ioo of (die Ire
I and bb return home to ard caodidate and Senator j

open governor
; dates for governor, la hn t"Ddt'1\"or to tem. We breathe into the langi the polluted. fWtainted -

Writes a Vigorous Reply to e tarry the role of the ConfederateTtUrits I Oe&Ia, he continued to =ay that be B. F. Kirk, of Hernando county. air; the little microbe then enter into the ejr .

would take the stamp for Hon. N. B. Browari and Kirk'wc-re dieanios tem, and feeding upon the red corpuscle of tit biftd.fooa .
S P. u HOB. B br. W. J>ivie in
Query Frog Sligh. > fluid to Mcb -
reduce this vital, life-suftaining ft ,
Broward, but that upon a seeocd visit various matter* when the di='t'nSiry
hb eacdtdwry for governor in ther'cond weak, watery state.that the patient become 11eN.
to jAekxtnvill-, and after being question came: up. The di?Au*ion
deicoeratk primary election I Ito pale and anaemic, and men-
:[ dotted with the earn Robert W. became heated, when Kirk sid: "Mr. s owt.
depressed. -
Cx-COBgretsmaa from Utrioa is VerjSeiere } t* held oa Jute, next. |I 1 I tally and physically '::'W7. :w.::: N
D OR Brown Because He In the first plite I desire to elate .. ass .BUr 4r cord m* .f t** .... an. t.a.1
bitterly denounced &= a oorvc6tion dispensary matter ws up in th. Itgb- gutI slight rigors or ..
I n. d W1 St.lory id
mo-t emphatically! that I shall Dot : ago "'-l4n.; .
Chas=ed His Attitude ca Davis eandi jate: for governor, he then turned I tare and promi.ei cie that I could chilly sensations, followed how ww gar' *vs. i. tsa4 .... ... I a.s.r'
preaa-e to advu* my fellow Confedtrate ,;: by fever and thirst ; but ranted to SSffSlSi tt.SS t.s tae
Candidacy. I: & political son.ers.ult and i- now in have charge of the btHintin three rtaolte *. ( .
veteran-: &s to how they ;ihoot.J : gradually: all parts of the z tale S. 8. S. trees theist, *...+ a. MUr III
Jacksonville, Fla.. May Is, IM.JUAC I!! the attitude of advising the Cuafrtl- counties if I would support the dispensary system are affected : the Malaria. Lul .-""'*f1 ..tltM t-ar, .* tM ...
rote in that elation, because the rota
I : nToaW Mt&ea ka.t.. tAN ...., ...
CtnL Eattock. Bnfi.'fctr Geml of tie cf our organization forbid that the :! ate veterans of Florid to eat their I bilL I told you then that I }lereame.5 torpid, and .L z.. ..... .

Cba1ed-r La ; votes fur the v -ry man whom he his bad pr&QjUvi my mother in toy boyhood dark or yellow splotches
31 y DEAR GEXEKAL tom: through veteran* fehould go into polities as an : appear uPon the kin ; the stomach fails to properly dtfttt the r ertl+,
mot bitterly opposed as representing days that I would
the ntWljf&In that our fe'Joar ()jn- organization! coder any circumstances i never go into and there are frequent headaches dizzine. bad tftftt* in the raxrth

or for any one. the corporate interests antaguQbtic the whi-key business.: constipation and a general worn-out tired ftelmg that only a iffef.r
federate veteran, Hon. C. M. Brown
What the welfare of the whole people of The big gubernatorial candidate from Malaria can describe. Other and more danfWiMU tywptom
the (
onfrderate veteran of
hu dtcUred in favor of hon. RobL follow where this disease i* neglected. Mch .
Florida. looked down in anger on the senator, are apt to a* naruiM pro*
W. David for against Hou.y. Florida are most,..iGter ted in, with tration !, enlarged liver, weak
governor Knowing the Hon. C. M. Brown as who is a frail man and said : palpitation sleeplessness kiitnairi, buih.
B. Broward.I reference to the gubernatorial race, U and risings and dangerous-looking sores and ibc.u-. Malam ,. aU
I do, however lam not surprised at "You are a liar and know it."
what other honest Florida you the because of its insidious and
aro unable to rtAin whether or every more dangerous telthy nal..+.. It Man
** this remarkable political eomtreault Kirk :said quick as a dish "lou and the
democrat should desire, that u to AY, : invisible! atmospheric poison, germs and microbe that at
cot )Ir. Brown i ri/ht in this matter
the election of honest fearless upon hU part. are an unmitigated liar." lodged in the blood are propagating and increaing in DW 'btr ail til*
a good, ,
and desire to cn alt you &! to while clogging the circulation and gradually wrecking the heaitJa.
Up to this period of this campaignI Then Broward's face flashed with
whether or not you think our COD and conscientious man as governor, What is needed ia Malarial trouble* it
have refrained from any activeparticipation indignation and it looked like there
federate veteran bbcuid follow: Mr. irrespective of bb military record. If a blood purifier and took. S. S. & perilla
in it. Of sunrise, I did was going to be
"something doing"
I had teen a candidate for governor of the germ-infected blood, togas up tat tleltl4
Brown into the Davis cttup. It iJ not vote for Mr. Brown. I knew him between the two politicians he ach tbe
Florida I should not have: appealed to as approached improves appetite and >n rigor am
yell known throughout the Mate that too well in the beginning. I would Senator Kirk acd said : "If the entire system. It tdmnlatx tat ......
the Confederate \ veteran
Mr. Brown attacked Mr. Davis very : : ai remain silent now were it not for Mr. you were not so little and low down sluggish organs of the body, tonal... tins
for their votes, unless they could tee to their function
of the properly perform aW
bitterly representative
Brown's deception which he has I'd slap you over."
in me the qualification which wouldgo off the secretions and health-
interest t of our elate, and carry poisonous de.troying matter that .b.*.
corporate make me a more acceptable and practiced and b now attempting to "If you lay your hands on," been polluting the blood and clogging the circulation. S. S. SS. o. -

earnestly urged the voters in his public effeelent governor tban they could see still further practice on the Confrderate replied Senator Kirk, "there will be tains no strong minerals, but is strictly a vegetable remedy, a Ua4

speeches to vote for Mr. Broward, veterans of the state of Florida. no second primary for governor. purifier without an equal, and the greatest of all tooki. If yw eve
in other candidate. The Confederate -
if they could not vote for him;in fact, any This action of Mr. Brown in my It certainly looked equally at this any symptoms of Malaria, write us, and medical advice will W for
of Florida
advised them to vote fur any of the veterans went ni&hed without coit. THE SWIFT SKCIHC CO., ATLANTA CA
judgment, has had goof eff :Ct. It has moment, but friends interfered and ,
into theccivil war for Florida and her
candidate for governor rather than shown the people of the state of Broward finally went down the street.
welfare and they febouid vote for her
Mr. Davis. Florida the caliber of man he i*, and Senator Kirk, who is 'as plucky) a s
test interest alv It way patriotism
Realizing the prominent I tuition baa driven a great many suppprterafrom Broward, then got madder and madder -
that inspired them to make the sacri-
which you have heM in the public affairs Robert W. David to Napoleon B. : but friends finally got him to cool MISSING WORD CONTEST.
> Act they then made, and it should
of our Ute, as well a! the sincere Broward.As down.
be patriotism that should guide them
love and absolute confidence which in casting their LkllfJ: !. a final word to you, I want tbay o This incident was the talk of the 101 PRIZES I Offered For

tho>e of Uit have for you who followedthe : that I believe the democratic town l&st evening.-Jacksonville: Metropolis.
As I understand the attitude of Mr. The Correct Solution
Confederate flag, I have asked I people of Florida will be safe in nominating .
Brown in the late canvasbefore the
your advice in tbia matter, and will Napoleou B. Broward the
first election hi denunciations
primary <
appreciate your prompt reply. of Hon. Ilibt. W. DiVjad a democratic candidate for the high To cold draughts of air to keen and Tropical Manufacturing Co. mamifactureti'

Your very truly, office of of Florida. cutting wind, sudden changed of
_. I I pliant tool of corporation were very governor of the great health drink METTO wilt
H. P. .,LI6JI. I. With esteem and beat wishes, I temperature scanty clothine, undue ,
extreme and unmeasured, and he did explore ,of throat and neck after
Of the beyond Fiorida regiment under remain Yours all prizes. The contest to aD.
very truly, pay
not hesitate am informed in nearly public speaking and singing, bring on
General J. J. Dick irmou.foL R. BCLLCCK. coughs and cold Ballard'g It's
every utterance hemadeon the stump I Horehound free to You.

: l NEYANDTA to say to bis hearers that if they wished J I. FOLE' t iONfYA.7 TAR syrup i jf the be't cure.
Barr, Houston, T"xas,
few ... '4. I .11'" ara .. -. to protect the slate of Florida Cure: Prev &: P"eUD'CDia
I I Jan. ]3, ]91: "One bottle oRallard'a f FIRST PRIZE.The .
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- Horehound Syrup cured
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.............. ......... of a vtry bad cough. It M very first one seeding IQ tle) correct answer we will! give 8
............... pleasant to take." 2jc. .50:. 1.00. beautiful life size picture ii) gilt frame eQtltled ..pvrkJ,"

... ... Anti-monopoIy.Drug Store. m

This picture is symbolical of Me'". the gr..,, In**' h duke w t... It ... r,t .
For Bob Davis. ull and contain u dopeor hart-*fuI .1rUl....
To be next s, '1.t1O r.rb.

I IOCALA HOUSE WINE ROOMS.I Mr. Brown was then asked by tLereixjrier .1 .... to o. . . ..........1 ywrn 111..........

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the position he would take .. .. 1 : pint ptb ....
;0, .1 Meta uefc ....
thefreumd primary. .
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"After giving the matter serious ....................Y.

I:. 'I AND BARREL HOU E. i Is deliberate, 'and thought bail Mr. People .......Know a Good..........\Vhe Tlwy.__...b ;cur .. _
takiug feuilieieot tiiiie
; to Ufcewof. .I u. . .Good.........w?wrlMestr... . .. ..

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: AGENCY FOR THE ANnEUSER-BUSH BREW ASSOCIATION'S PRODUCTS.We : ,Capt.and after R W.having au interviewwith order! to J.Cut in to' tuakeau the out blank rant appropriate this bpaee.tbr euupon whole St'orutl'nct till I '- 'I I \aur........._..... .. .

keep constantly on hand a big supply of -'frUin how he stood ou the irsutf, t ? advertUiug ilf U > I 1'. O........ .........
mid mail to theTropical I
I have decided that Capt. Davis'
: : the choicest Whiskies to be had in case goods I Mfg. Co. ; CV tu.i> . . fsq ...............
aa a Confederate soldier
and e+- Jack>onrille.. Florida I

r. (bottled by the distillers), among which are pecially hU: pfjsiiiou ato tae; laud
Ht'IIIt'rubt'r the first 101 correct au.wrr rtriTiHl Cd the pri i.s .1Nt4 sn
0 Mount Vernon, : interests of the state awl along all puny answers atouce to th1.

lines which the people are directly

' 0 LOOK FOR Pickwick Club, .. interested, BatUfactory, I feel it nay TROPICAL MKUFACTUHmG(!>'; COMP NY.

duty to the people of Florida
Cascade to giveCapt.
14 W. ( darts St. Ja*
: SMllk Fit)
: my hearty and zealous
. Jones,
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support during the second primary -- .
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county a campaign, and I believe jr it id to the -II.e.aQeQ oa.a.eee.

: Green River, interest of the people to nominate hit .

,: 'i i for governor of this fetate.-Hon. ('.)!. .1 ill Goods Delivered free. Write fw Prtee Lli. :

Lewis' 60, Brown in
'I Jacksonville Metropolis .
.. iG Diploma, Etc.. 55t -- ----- Ak.
Whooping .
t ... % all of which are high grade Rye Whiskies and 5i the spring of 1001 Cough.In my childrenhad .Sir'.. .E .

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t well known brands. whooping cough," bays Mrs. D. S

f w W. Capps, of Cappd, Ala. "I ui-ed I

. Chamberiain'jj Cough Remedy with ;

. 1 1'j''j Cooper Laurel Valley Corn Whiskey, thin 1K: : ), -.

eeen for whooping cough." This I .

: Xorth Carolina Corn Whiskey, : remedy keeps the cough loose, leasens S

the severity an1 frequency of the .
Georgia Corn Whiskey.Port -
coughing spells and counteracts any '

: Wine, Sherry Wine ScuppernongWine, I tendency towards* pneumonia. For !i.. .

sale by Anti-monopoly Drug Store m 5 --' SI

Catawba Wine, Blackberry Wine. Ten Year : 5S
Commissioners Meet Wednesday. C
Old Blackberry\Vine SU3 .
per Gallon. Martel Fla, May :O, lOCH. -W.LPfl'f'v ,

I \Ve want your trade and will do anything within the bounds of reason and jusI To all who it may concern greeting: --

tice to secure it, and after we have once served you we have no fear of the future By authority of a majority of the SarSS '' 'f (p S

members of the Board of -p
as we propose to give you just what you order and the very best goods that can be Commissioners of Marion County : !Id& *- S

county, .
: obtained for the money anywhere! We make out of town shipments promptly on : the regular meeting of said board has .. !

the same day as received and by return train where possible. been changed from Monday, June 6,
f .
to Wednesday, June 8, boas to enable

I Address all orders, the members to attend the primary of Old FOtUHt Corn.1200.! Old Miller ny. II.JI. )M.uulakl 1'aN.J iJ

Corn $2.51) "Baroee" Re f4.OV. Apple and I'..... l4ratNee .
June 7. The necessity of this 2.00 to .4.00..
change I
Rtnlucky Pride
I HoWfDI I l4ye ....
OCALA HOUSE WINE ROOMS, : is self-apparent, and it is hoped will bend Postofflce or Exprtw )Moo y Ord r.. .

not put any one to inconvience.

I I.;The Jug Trade ,a Specialty. Ocala, Forida| H. W.Chairman.Loco i BOWEN & COMP A"Y. !

: :..I............:: ..........i....::: out The humor.Gainesville Star is feeling all 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSON VILLE. 1.\ 0

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: f Sill ELIZABETH RABBIS Local Editor Picnic to Silver Springs. Ocala at Tampa. In the Wild and Woolly West. correct and never did, that my self- PARAGRAPHS FROM THE TUUHU

Silver Springs was an unusually Baseball teams representing Tampaand We have a letter from Albert A. respect will have passed away entirely SEEAN.Vhatevtrtle .

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. popular rendezvous yesterday after Ocala, two old rivals in the Graham, who is at Shawnee, Oklahoma before I can for one moment think of

noon and evening with Ocala young national sport will clash this afternoon Territory, and says he likes the fupporting.hini. \ Mr. TaKtfww may

people. at 3 o'clock at the Tampa Bay country and is 0. K. I will vote Robert W. Davis, whomI I have won, he hIM mtataly wu '1MI
Allau Rodgers:: has: gone to Miss lola Liddon gave a picnic for. ground, and one of the most excitingand He Hays that it is proposed that consider the truer, the better man. I respect! of the 11t'Olle.

Jacksonville on a business trip. the Junior Christian EndeavorersMiss closest games ever played here i is the stalwart young giant, Oklahoma, Very truly, ....

Rhoda Liddon entertained about expected. The Ocala team has arrived shall lead to the altar that beautiful D. H. MAYS. Thin primary is all rtgfel, but tb#

f )Ir. Nathan Mayo, of Summer- twenty-five of her girl friends with a and is fine shape and the Tampa! team maiden Indian territory in 1906, the Arrested in the Pulpit. men who planted the Hm<**t to

, f field pent yesterday in the city. straw ride complimentary to Mi"8Mable has been practicing for the fray for engagement has been announced and I terribly urpriti at the rn p.
Rev. J. A. Boyd; a colored preacher
t Sanders, of Dunnellon. Her several days. the bans published by the house of ....
Mrs. Richard McConatby is 6p*>ud-
party was chaperoned by Mr.and ilrs. The teams will line up about as follows representatives and if concurred in by living near Moss:: Bluff, was arrestedin "fht" dad of the |*l{. >arj" r..u.t
lug a few weeks at White Springs his pulpit Sunday on a warrant Issued *
George Martin and Mrs. R. G. Blake. : the senate it undoubtedly will be "a now appreciate the truth ., the 4tf

t Mr. Will Hooker returned yesterday These two parties: went out late in Tampa-Capo, catcher and first:: go" and tile B. I. T. will take the by Commissioner Williams on a proverb to the street that "it' ft wise

f from a week's professional visit tot the afternoon in big wagons and returned ba e; Fine, pitcher Drysdale, short name of Oklahoma. charge of breaking open a mail sack. child that knows its own father"
He had a hearing Wednesday after- .
l i Atlanta, da.MUi i by moonlight early: in the stop; Alfonzo, catcher and first base; Albert going to grow up with the ...

entertained I evening. Allen second base; Drexel, third base; I IFarhrubt'rz. country and follow the example set noon before Commissioner Williams People who! Lve ezprrlwtetil any
r Elizabeth Newsom who the
thought evidence strong trouble in pronoutMriBg Taliafermaname
Another party went out after sup Glenn Rive or Moralles,, by the Oklahoma bridegroom and the
the Juvenile Literary Society very I enough to hold him and he was I nerd fear no iHrtietdty with that
f per and spent several hours most fielders. fair Indian bride, so we shall watch i
happily yesterday afternoon. placed under a $1OOO, bond to awaitthe ot his ol'l'nnrnt, which hi tint pi? mud.
delightfully. In this party were the Ocala)[. Liddell, catcher; J. Horner the Shawnee papers carefully.
action of the United States court, j j ....
Mr. William Sinclair returned to folio A ing young people: Misses Annie pitcher; C. L. Anderson, fin t I
Like Brown Declares which meets here next January.The The Metropolis, which l laps toeti di
Mays. for Davis.
Candler yesterday after pending a Mae Standley, Florrie Condon,, base; F. Volt, second base; S. Jewett,
I I wail rider from Moss Blutr to viding its senatorial upwt| l4vrwi
k short while with his family. Berenice Mark, Grace Hatchell, third base; C Baker shortstop; P. Mouticvllo, Fla., May 26.-Hon. D.
Ocklawaha had dropped the sack:! Stockton and Jennings U> .,...1 to ll.
Eloise Miller, Louise Harris, Clifton Morris, left field; N. Peyser, centerfield I H. May, late gubernatorial candidate
Mr*. C. J. Joseph and sou, Willie from his vehicle and Rev. Bojd is candidates. It LOW carUMMM tbem M
i Irvine, Edna Dozier, Mes-rs. Albert ; F. Harris right field.Owing .. today issued the following open
Lee, went down to Clearwater and St. f supposed to have found it and rifled it looking like a 25 and a & vetit: |+krv iu
Miller, Arthur Clark, Emi, et Robin to the fact that Manager j| letter to the democratic voters of j.
"dtr \.lUrg'eterIlIiY for a few week'sMiss Ivili of its contents.Atlantic the order named.
I sou, Lee Cox, Hugh Ellison, Albert Brown has given the Tampa Bay (i Florida:
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Beck, Bob Mathews Maxie Moody grounds over to sports of this character To the People pf Florida. Coast Line Worlds Fair Rates.
Fari-: The candidate who lake hU ehauer
Lillian! who visited I and Mr. Norton, chaperoned by Mrs. making it possible for ladies and 1 I I I appreciate fully the support of First class excursion rates from -- i "aiso t'-r
In should r.
friends at Gainesville during commencement I friends in my race for governor. I Ocala Fla. St. Louis a primary
t Annie Perry. business men to attend the games, i to and return
T week, returned home I I regret my failure to win solely for the tickets sold medicine like a mull.
r All three of these picnics were very which was well nigh impossible when daily:

yrsterday.Mr pleasant ailairs and were thoroughly they occurred at DeSoto Park, the attendance i disappointment that comes to those $-15.&:> final return limit Dec. 15. ....
Iay'lt'ot" wan a mprU-e tu hU
Edward L. .M do tosh:: has gone enjoyed by the young folks. is expected to be much i who so loyally supported me. 38.00 final return limit 60 days.
I friends! ia the wrong way; .DOW let u*
S. C. where fehewillupend greater than heretofore, but there will I made the race as an individual, 30.55 final return limit 15 days.
Dewberry, ,
r to A Positive Necessity. all pull together to nuke Bob Isrh'vote .
the summer with Mr. )lcIntOllh's be ample accomodation for all.-Tam with no faction or combination at my I Special day coach excursions at
F iu the second
Having to lay upon my bed for 14 pa Tribune. back, appealing to the citizenship of very low rates. Through sleepers primary a urprtoin
relatives._ I the other way.TallahaiMe Tail.
days from a severe bruised leg, I only our state without prejudice. from Jacksonville to St. Louis via
Mrs. P. V. Leaveuaood; and little Miss Maybeile Glover Weds Mr. G. I ba eun.
found relief when I used a bottle of Xo man can be more loyal to Flor- Montgomery and Louisville }{y., and ----

r son, Hansel, returned home from Ballard's Snow Liniment. I can G. Williams. I ida, to the best interests of all her via "Dixie Flyer Rou'e." Quickest Sick headaches result froni;A disordered

t Tampa yesterday, whew they have cheerfully recommend it as the bet Mr. and Mrs. J. Bolan Glover, of people or prouder the honor thanI schedules, supeiior service. stomach and I* quickly currd

f been vUitlmr relatives for a few days. medicine for braises ever sent 10 the Marietta, announce the marriage of; would have been. I For further information communicate I by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liter :

x Williams, who has been aftlcted. It has now become a positive their daughter, Maybelle, to Mr. 1, As to my future course in this campaign with '1'. C. White, Div. Pa s. Tablets For sale by Antl-tnoui', oly
Mrs. Percy necessity upon myself. D. "R. Byrne, Agt., Tampa, Fla., W. J. Craig, Gen'l
months in Ocala George G. Williams, of New York, I I ?o often asked by good friends, Drug Store. In
I pending several merchant, DovervilJe, Tex. 25e. 50c. Pa &. Agt., H. N. Emerson, Traffic

I with her mother, Mrs. Eleanor King- and $1.00. Auti-monopoly Drug which vas solemnized May pith at I I I simply say that, on account of Mr. Msr, Wilmington, N. C.

left yesterday! for her home in Store. m the church of the Transfiguration in: ,, Broward's malicious, unjust and unwarranted -
man, fOlEY5IUDlffiYCmUr'
New York city. I I attacks on me in his campaign FOLEYiliONEYzwTARforcAi : ...
Savannah Building Up City. I .es ittrfnivs and Bladder R
---- This announcement will he read literaturewhich he promised to d.*-" r cure No .. ..#.
Our readers are aware that Major T. I II I
Mr. Jake Brown returned yesterdayfrom I I with interest by numbers of friends
Hall has the old Eicbel- i >
C. purchased
Jacksonville, where he attended where Mrs. WIII i
I throughout Georgia, ,j i
berger property on Orange. avenue in ,
the grand lodge of the Knight I Hams is well known, and in Atlanta i
t.; will be the southern section; of the city and is
Honor. The next meeting especially she has often visited

held in Gainesville. having. J. Starr the same ftternberger greatly is improved.Mr. makingthe her sister, Mrs. Fleming Van Rensselaer. We pow You Want to Save Moqey, Therefore We Want to Put !

Atlanta Journal.
# Miss Fannie Clark, who went up to house look entirely new by the 4
The above announcement will be You the 1
on This
Rood Through Mediun
the East Florida Seminary commencement application of several coats of paint ).
especially interesting to the people of:
exercises: at Gainesville in very tic h and becoming colors.
as did also this city, Miss Glover having been a : Our Line of .
returned home yesterday This property has a history. It was I
frequent visitor to Ocala several years: j
her niece,.Miss Pansy ?;outer, who is a once a solid orange grove and was the

student that institution. first grove planted iu Marion county ago.
Goods and Notions 4t IIs
Marriage. Dry j jI
-- ------ for profit and led to the great orange Approaching .
Mian Lula DeVaue, Savannah, boom that followed. Mr. and Mrs. George Knox Broome "

i-pendimjafewdayswith her sister, Major Hall has also purchased several have issued invitations to the marriage
Leavengood. She is on her I } Still Complete and we are Offering the Following at Greatly Reduced Prices; t
Mrs. P. V. lots in front of this property and of their daughter, Sallie to Mr.

way to iSt. Augustine from a visit to.I is having erected upon the same nice Frederick Wimberly King the mar

relatives at Tampa. cottages, ten in number, which he riage to take place on the evening of i ij
4 expects to rent to white families. Wednesday, the eighth of June at 9
I Mrs. J. A. D Wet se and little son,
These cottages are sittrle story and o'clock at the Presbyterian church in I
Cornell left yesterday for Birmingham Mulls, Madrasses, Silk Lustre, Picot Stripes Embroidered i
couta'iu five and Gainesville.The .
rooms a kitchen are
Ala., to join Mr. DeWeese, who Linens, Voiles, Plain and Mercerized Damasks,
will be and
being well constructed and painted, wedding a large i
in that
makes his headquarters
now society event and is of White and Colored Bourettes White and Colored I
city. Their Ocala friends sincerely and will add greatly to the appearance prominent Piques, ii

regret their departure.The of that section of the city, and interest throughout the state. Mr. Diminities, Flock, Satin ( )dules, White, Plain and Dotted :<

he figures-that the investment will bea King is well known' iu this city and l
:Mouselines: and all kinds of Staple Dress Goods Such as
The Daughters of the! Confederacy very profitable one. his host of friends: join with this paper

cordially invite all the Confederate This leads us to say that Ocala has in extending to him their heartiest White and Colored Lawns, White and Colored Organdies, i

veterans in Marion and adjacent the appearance of having anthing else congratulations.Miss Percales, Calicoes, and many other items too numerous to

counties to dinner on June 3, and to than dull times during the summer Broome is one of Florida's l
mention. 1 lf
attend the memorial exercises in season. fairest daughters and is exceedingly f
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honor of President Jefferson Dvi popular wherever she is known.
Proper Amusements.Dr. e 1 f
birthday at 3 p. m. After an extended wedding trip
W. C. Lindsay of the Presbyterian 1
Mr. and Mrs. King will make their
Miss Ethel Sinclair left ;yesterdayfor church of this city, preached a 1
home in Jacksonville.: We are now having a
Washington, D. C., where she goes remarkable sermon from his pulpit t...

spend a month with her brother, Sunday ntxht on the above subject. Warning. Big Cut Price Sale of Cambric Nainsookand i

Mr. Gordon Sinclair. Before returning The distinguished divine takes You cannot have good health unless Swiss

_ Miss Sinclair will visit Mrs. A. E. issue with many of the sermons that your kidneys are sound, for the kidneys z

Dunn in New York City, and will also have recently been preached here and filter the blood of impurities
which otherwise act as irritating poisons
: visit friends in Philadelphia. She does not denounce social functions and and break down the delicate organs EmbroideriesAt 1 1I

I: will be absent until early fall. popular amusements as wholly sinful of the body and cause serious

>. Brooks' and says that it is the abuse of them trouble. If you have kidney or bladder -
There will be a picnic
, Hammock at Mattel on Thursday, that wake them sinful. That there is Kidney trouble Cure and you do will not have use only Foley's yourself The best values you have ever seen for the price. Our 5C. Ioc -and l

June 9, under the auspicies of Cartel: no difference from a moral standpoint to blame for results, as it positively c I5C Embroideries cannot be duplicated in Ocala for double the price. j

t. I Sunday school. Cold drinks will be in a game of whist and a game cures all forms of kidney and S We want your patronage and will do all m our power to obtain same J

r f h oM, the receipts of which will be of flinch, and that games of cards, bladder diseas-s. Postoffice Drug ') Come and save some money on Embroideries. i

small debt off novel reading, theatre going! dancing, Store. m
! : applied to liquidate a
etc., if engaged in for the purpose of
the church. The public is cordially Bruce MedTert returned home yp<- '
recreation are not- harmful and he MCLL1AZA
invited to attend. terday to spend the summer vacati
_:- scouts the idea that drunkards and '
with his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. j
Mrs. 1V. K. Zewasdki, made in the homes.
gamblers are )
.. Zewad- )[eflert. Bruce is one of the bright S .
and Mr. Guy il
0 () Zewadski The sermon was an interesting one
students at the East Florida Seminary
*kl returned home yesterday from 'and was on a line not usually heard .
and this his name was on
last two attend year } t I
Gainesville where the from the pulpits in Ocala. I
t the Eibt Florida Seminary. the honor roll. He did not receive a

I Annual Picnic at Carter's Pond. single demerit during the entire term.
d Mrs. Zewadski ha! been visiting herOD
: commencement I We learn that the annual June pic.i This is a most enviable record and

I i a., during the accompanied i nic at Carter's Pond is to be held! at Bruce's friends are justly proud"f I The Boston
festivities. They were f
home by eapt. William Whitcey, of the usual place on June .-1. The good him.FOLONETAR. l Store.j

,h Femandina and Lieutenant Byroni people of that section, as is their

be custom invite everybody come and I
i: West, of Jacksonville, who will

r their guests for a few days. have a good time with them. Cure rl"o a"! Plleu"cnia #

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Hon. C. M. Brown, late candidatefor
HAXBIS, Editor.F. The result of the senatorial primary, If Mr. Brown instead of Mr. Brow
the gubernatorial nomination, i
V. Leireaseol, Business Manager. as officially announced, was as follows ard had been second in the gubernatorial farmer kntttr' '
_. says that Hon. Napoleon Bonaparte : FROM THE STATE PRESS.i00.e.N..00..0..0..i. : vcry i

: Broward "trying to fool the people. race the very papers: that arnow e some plants grow tx ttt'r tL.t!,

For Taliaferro. :. .. ... .. .. .=' ,--2 ." abusing Mr. Brown would be others. Soil I may be ihi. -..'1i1

For Stockton, .. .. ... .. ...12,771 The Daily Capital, the Jennings organ and seed may seem I the tiItt.t.
For .. 9.I"For Mr. Brown ought to know, and we has not even attempted to ex. praising him anti manias!; appeals: to I
Jennings .. .. .... .. but jdants wvak' {
some are
J .ari'
would hedidn't
Call . . . . . .1,168 do not suppose he say so plain how it happened. Tampa Tri the old Confederate r"u", andothers other
L sitrm .

Total.. . ... .. ... .. . 45,406 Mr. Brown know. and Mr. Broward have buue. .000 to vote for this LrLt\'e and I And that the way "ii,

Necessary majority. .. .. .. ..22,704 How do the of honest old Confederate soldier. children. .
supporters (; 1\1. They are like v' \1 r:
Taliaferro lacked...... .. .. 4S2 been campaigning the state together
At food
have Brown feel with him trading them js they are now abusing him plants. Same 11'! ,,: i
Stockton lacked . . ... .. 9,933 for the past ninety days. They and
oft without as so much saying "by appealios to the Confederateveteran same care but tome ff nand I.
spoken] from the same platform, eaten
Senator Taliaferro had majoritiesover your leave?"-Tampa Herald. in turn their hicks on n"LDjvis. strong while otter> >.' :
ut the slime table and slept in the
Morro THE
: BAOLNEE., BELIEVING the combined vote of all his opponents 000. himself a Confederate veteran, small and weak.Scott's !
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO same bed. They have held very close A LITTLE BELATED.
in seventeen counties viz : and vote for Broward, who U almost Emulsion" olfE'r. u.
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS communion with each other and Hon. C. M. Brown, who made such
TAKEN ITS STAND IN TilE BARRICADES Bradford, Dade, DeSoto, Duval, Ei- unknown as a public official.We easy way out of the Mi u;t
know'each others inmost
ought to
good for
run, will
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE cambia, Franklin Hillsborougb.Jack- governor, stump take it that it will, ? nf.T to Child weakneai often nu I .
thoughts.Mr. the state for Stockton: and Broward.
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR lion, Manatee, Nassau, Orange, Osceolo vote for Mr. Davis who for twenty :starvation not became d I I.,. -
Brown is in a position to speak Hurrah for Brow
n. Madison Recorder.
Putnam, Santa Rosa Volusia, years or more has been in public life )f food, but became the (tuo'<
BOTTOM almost as an oracle and states deliberately .
Walton and Washington. He had ONO in Florida and whose public record does not feed.
to the people: of J.'loriqa that the
pluralities over Stockton in fourteen Did Senator C. M. Brown recently an open bonk. He started out with the Scott's HmuWon mallyiet. ,i.
FRIDAY, MAY 27 1904. namesake of the hero of Au::terlitz
counties, viz. Alachua, Baker, Calhoun a candidate for governor, consult with proposition, and remains *ttadf* llyby and give the child. powm.
and Lodi i is"trying to fool the pen
Hamilton, Holmes, Lake, Madison the honest Floridians who gave him. it, that if a single questionableact strength.
pie. :
The friends of TalUferro are confident I Marion, :Monroe, Polk, St. sincere votes, before he went iutojthe of his can be pointed out duringhis Whatever the cauae ol ,u.,,
Mr. Brown sajs that Mr. Broward'smap
of a sweeping victory in the Johns, Sumter, Suwannee and Wa Flagler camp. Tampa Herald. entire public career that he will I ness and failure to powScott's
U a "fudge, and Mr. Brown has
second primary. kulla. 0000 step down and out in favor of hU limuUion: M-riHi to tin.i
had ample time to study the map and I Broward shoull
enter suit
With respect to his! only remaining against opponent. it and set the matter right
The shipping: of watermelons and digest iu contents. Davis for alienating the affections of Seat, ..Mr.knlt .
competitor, Senator Taliaierro carried This, it seems to is fair and
u .
a a Jt wtW. ...Mee tr etSac.
cantaloupes from this point will beginin Mr. David has not treated the subject Brown. "Our Bob" always did have ...,I... .
thirty-one of the forty-five countiesin open proposition and if for twenty
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earnest Monday. matter of Mr. Broward's docu winnin' ways.-DeLand News.
the state. His plurality over Stockton : years he has been faithful to the trust Small politicmovement fttktitt'1.i .... ltfratrt
ment because he did NNRUBBING I
seriously not
The luscious watermelon and the was 9,151; over Jennings, 12,977; think it was IT IN. reposed in him he will very likelyprove iu FforW*.

delicious canteloupe will soon minister and his majority over the combinedvote necessary. Little Robert faithful to the end.
to the palates of the average Mr. Davis has been in public life i in McNamee can fold his Ajceiit of Japan| fiat .J" .. III
of both
was :206.
Florida a long time and as his record overcoat closely about him and quietly Louisiana awl TXM.lluiu .
Floridian. In Duval county, the home of both Mr. Brown's littirwiiw.In .
move to
some other district. -
it without spot or blemish he did not
of the >ia and Jaltd| UMM< tM.. ,*..
leading contestant the total view of the heretofore
might publUbed
The great need of the democraticparty and does not now think it necessary give Senator Mallory & trial
vote was 3,761 of which Taliaferro references Mr. Brown's ItlfntIUt'..... HM *P I* Ml triJatheithrtllra
re- to In
next time-or alleged
is to gel together, and it can or becoming in him to prom- run for mayor of Punta

ceived ,377, or 993 majority over all 1 Gorda. tenuous regarding the .
long as demo -Suwannee Democrat. governorshiprace
never get together as he the people of Florida that if ---

.crate abuse democrats. Let's stop it,- 'I while Stockton roceived only 1,272 elected governor he will not 4444 comment on which was made I In The (JjiuwvtW* ttr MM r+Mw tfNy

votes, or 609 less than a majority. The steal all the public lands of the Mr. Mays did less advertising than these columns yesterday morning, it l hard lhlne abMtt Hmm l .....

In Escambia county, with Mallory'sInfluence scattering vote-Jennings and Call- any other gubernatorial candidateand is with gratification that we direct attention the tint primary, '*4 It .1H lore
state and turn them over to the railroads
at his back, Stockton's vote numbered only 112, Stockton's vote received fewer votes. To give the to an interview with him, to rat Draw
or other
was 483 to Taliaferro's 1707, a differ was less than 34 per cent of the total corporations. moral would be entirely superfluous published on our first page thIs worn --- '-- -
I In the face of Mr. Davis1 record Mr.Broward's Henry* jtn |..-
ence of more than 1200. vote while Taliaferro -Palatka It is the
county received Herald. ing. sequel to Mr. Brown's
charges do have the appearance graph kheiikl I** tttfrvtiwl (.Mt a M4-
over 63 per cent of the whole mailerof .4** candidacy that might have been ex
ural death. N. tkrrwa.
"trying to fool the
has been arrested in Penan- people Mr. Mays the
A man votes cast. was only candidatefor peeled, but for tho persistency with -
," and we are surprised that .Ir.I .
cola on a charge of grand larceny In Senator Taliaferro'a home pre governor who neglected to fiber which the report had been circulated A motion was votot .**. in ta*
Brown had not made the
the larcey consisting of stealing cinct in Daval county, Stockton received .I earlier. discovery ally use "printers ink" and had no that be would support Mr. Broward )MUataippI.,....** to leiar.. fate

another man's wife. 60 votes, while Taliaferro re- campaign organization. It may b C in the second primary.No name of Ijuwfa N Jrtf D.... ..*..,.

ceivtd ISO, or nearly 71A per cent of Is it Subsidization? noted in this connection that he was one who know'Mr. Brown and The IIOIUIot.l."tt'f'- -)- -- -" .his b.*

The Jacksonville Metropolis: whichwns the total vote, being a plurality of 120::! Broward and Stockton's &piel" and fourth in the race.-Monticello News. is familiar with his public utterances, unfolded aai ifcruw tw'y'tar ..

neutral in the first campaign i is over Stockton and a majority over all picture are appearing in nearly all the 4444 will question the genuineness of the UM tud '
Hon. C. M. auttytttl*! w aw.w. i
now strong for Taliaferro. It is obeyIng of 108. In Stockton's home precinr-t, newspapers in Florida. And yet Brown the soldier interview It bears the earmark -, -----.

the behest of public opinion.Mr. Senator Taliaferro received 270 votesor these are the men who have had so statesman, of Marion, conducted a of his own writing aud U the plain, l/* t-Aer I I.aitlMrl ).'l tt .... Kto*

nearly 55 per cent of the wholevote much to say about a"subsdized press." clean campaign; and the flatteringvote straightforward, clear-cut endorsement will" prfrrae tMatttt to On, I. M... '-

Holloway waived preliminarytrial while Stockton got only 217, or he received attests the fact that that one old veteran (all other calf, SVilif. ...rkiwtt lwa+iyMatirl J. J r.iw_

in the libel suit brought againsthim 44 percent, Taliaferro'a plurality over Senator Morgan, of Alabama, said he was not far wrong in spending things being t' the other day that being senator had large sums of cash with the printers. --
W. N. Sheats and
by gave $500 Stockton being 53, and his majority of another. 'ftte denirratl. II H'Ja1f11l tIf

bond for his appearance at the fall over all 47.Notwithstanding. coat him $40,000. Senator Cullum, -P lalka Herald. It goes still further. It .
4444 exposes for \it i9wfi| jMlltlbi rin U li...A.I..v.v Air WIll ft PIW ff
term of the circuit court. of Illinois, says it has coat him 550,. the first
time the
these condition fallacy of Mr. Brow- .
000 Captain Broward was banking big pre Wfiit. Of OTMNF .! t/MMtNie.
more to than he had made
The OcaU Banner thinks that the Mr. Stockton has been quoted as declaring ou Captain Brown's support in the ard's campaign thunder,' tend I'olutlout know Htni" W.M ...
since going to Wasniugtou and he is
tremendous vote Tiliaferro receivedover that "if Taliaferro lacked only second, primary; but now that acme of the facts lu the -:a-r. It
a poor man. It tifggared Senator .Ml. Let I he 4wa
single vote to is true, as Sir Bro'it that Mr. swser refWritMtt a ihv
his opponents was in the nature secure a majority" aiu Brown has come out for Cdptaiu says

of a "great victory" but the esteemed he wool I make a contest in a second The Gainesville Star says Mr. Stockton Davis Captain Broward Captain Davis never considered seriously the eratu,4i.f, "K..Itg ......,." Th"

is K poor man-he was once rich. says call lap dytw tar .......... 1trIN1M.'at'iretl
primary and that charges made against him
editor of the Gainesville fcJtar doe u't he intended to Brown's support doe u't amount to by Mr.
The senate, it w mM seem, is a pour +ittl lUMBtaMNM,
think at all and "make the nomination cost those fellows ]Broward in the first primary cam
so proceeds straightway place to much, anyhow. It's a clear case of -, .-
to ugly things about the 5100,000." recoupSCALP I paign. They were so perfectly trails- The .
say --- --- sour grtpeTarupa Tribune. II Mart** D.u.e.d tC. )IBru.uJr'
Ocala Banner.Mr. Since the primary, some of the 0000 I II parent and fallacious! that >ir. Davie .., I..Msray. .......

---- -- which I thought the people could vail
newspapers supported Stockton : > net* and! U the .
titair.irttl Oil ..nil.....
John D._ Robertson, Ocala HUMOURSItching it is generally conceded that Hon.
have declared for Taliaferro I through them-that uo one would be
ft I it I'
hustling real estate!: manipulator and D. H. Maysapeiit leoS money during I mi 101M' tir+g. rbt
some of them have urgently requested deceived. But Mr. Divis'jesting a -,_--
all round politician, was in Jacksonville his canvass for governor ttan
Stockton: to withdraw from the race any r I the charges seems to have; bent taken It .M rs+ttntrtl MMCthr tiMit11 .....+w.'r
Thursday and returned yesterday other candidate. As the gentleman
and several of those newspapers Scaly and Crusted as an attempt to evade them; cud, AH trills ,14114'45. I4.liattlt'r. YMtR wtI w
with a fund of political information from Jefferson al-o received i less Vote
which had remained neutral during Mr. Brown rays, many |*>o|,Ie werrfooled ykdu. rratltlrrMtiltr) aM ." "'Ii.'.
that leads one to believe that he With Loss of Hair than auyotber candidate this would
the first campaign are openly ad vo- into voting fur Mr. Broward It/ B 4..r. Jttfte (tflttMff IMM.M, .....
U possessed with hypnoic indicate that "money makes the
powers eating Mr, Taliaferro's nomination marego" these uudeuied charges. bets| i" tee a .....4 tbMt ......
and has beeu at work on the beloved in primary election as well as on

voters all over the tate. Things have even including some that supported Speedily Cured by Cuticura the race track.-Gainesville Sun. Pervading the entire Interview given (leer. Ittrlk.tpk I MM! CM ....... ..,

Governor Jennings by 'lr. Brown to the Mttrovolistbere
been "fixed1' and he can tell how it ONO | rttlluaitke.....r '"f htwiA. aw tow

happened.The If a majority of the democrats of Soap and Ointment In the campaign just ended the is a ring of lIiuc4'wy! and earnestnets lug hswyt. .,tI .f ilw _lilt 'lit Ibl, at

-- - Florida, after a careful considpratinn-- ----------.- Democrat openly advocated the nomi that will carry convictionr earl! ........ I++NIbM ttthttlht ttl.ttytrwWkaflrtrMn

of the foregoing facts and figures, do nation of Hon. Dannitte Mays for it. It is an article that fhould IIMMtllllt.4'.tat.

not reach the conclusion that Senator When Every Other Remedy and governor of Florida because we werefeincere be read carefully by every voter In the I'" Trt.......

Taliaferro is fairly entitled to the in the conviction that in Mr. state. Especially by those who were? - -

nomination it will be Physicians Fail uncharitable 1.tM'Nhrg Ml t1t _. Mtr ..
a miracle, in lla's.were. embodied those traits of enough toward Mr. Davis

deed. character which would come nearerto to think that he would countenance r.wtled .. tlM ft* pid fJ.r

sort of scheme htoekLe'r tttsreai 'J II 111 U at NI .**<.
Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap the making of an ideal chief execu any by the railroads ,

Mr. Stockton i'so'tsl.tiiltied.! He will and light dressings of Caticura, the tive, and were he still in the race we or anyone else to misappropriate teal rfhelk..toft ..... M ...1 hi.i

human heart, that most wonderful be June 7. His determination to great skin cure, at once stop falling would continue the'an. tram .........aA ttw tttt.trlll "1 .,,
of engines, is scarcely larger than a man's enter the second hair, remove crusts, scales and dandruff to support him cheerfully
race although t. ...
fist. Yet in each over- lwI r WM kr INt sA.et1ahtg .
twenty-four hours the soothe Irritated, Itching surfaces, and loyally. But he went down
dual heart mon approximately six tons whelmingly repudiated by the democrats Brown for Darts; tart tlwr .Itttt'k kN
6& ......
of blood equivalent to about two barrelsof destroy hair parasites, stimulate the indtfeat., With the choice between

blood per hour. And this continues of Florida in the first primarycan hair follicles, loosen the scalp skin, Mr. Davis and Mr. Broward the C. M. Brown, who was a candidate It U

without ceasing from the first breath of only be ascribed to a petty spiritof supply the roots with energy and nourishment for. governor in the recent primary is MW ChlMMlito ... tlwtltit Iara
infancy to the last sigh of Is it Democrat will unhesitatingly champion .(}ftUab MI-M
any spite and jealously-a purpose to and make the hair grow upon oat in letter AII/IM ....
wonder that when continued extra strain a to the Jacksonville
is a sweet, healthy scalp when all else the cause of Mr. Davis. We can 1'rrket fS8V1ta..lirMrt iiwtttR
put upon so delicate and busy an organ prolong a contest that is no good to Metropolis advocating Bob 'I'M
it should break down? Is it see in the election of Mr. Broward i DavU for tier lktk
an + bdrrtett
any the fails.Millions .tllNrr t+ .
state and its interests ;r. ... r.sul4let .
wonder that in this probably
age of overwork of the world's best peopleuse administration governor.
: there should be fraught with somedanger tier r.11M.'.. .. Mtn.
an increasing number oft to cause additional and Cuticura .LrI11'kMtaast1
expense Soap, assisted by Cutl- This is just what we expected

:t deaths 1)1'. Pierce's attributed Golden to heart Medical:failure'Discovery? trouble to the established choice of curs Ointment, the great skin cure, for his if we may judge bin future by Bob Davis and Mr. Browu are Uth a .... ..... Mnnl1. _HilI

cures diseases of the organs of digestion the people. He surely can Lave no preserring,tpurifying beautifying past acts and utterances. Su- old >>aR.
r and nutrition and purifies and enriches the skin, for cleansing the scalp of wannee Democrat. Confederate veterau mo.l..U -- ----- ---

thr blood. One of the ingredients enter- hope of victory-if be does, his malady crusts,scales and dandruff, and the stopping ...0 thicker than water and all old O>u- TliOtfiiA IIVV CVIMMtIB tilde Ihit k to to ...kJ

ing into the Discovery is one of the is indeed a serious J. N. C. Stockton lacked Ja best heart tonics known to medicine. one.-Tampa of falling hair, for softening, over 9,500 federate veterans are blood kin. II twi J.

Thus while through the action of"Golden Tribune. whitening and soothing red, rough and votes: of being elected U. S. senator Mr. Mays will also Mr.I AN wtw ton* i..t .fMff II"
Medical the sore hands, for baby rashes support
Discovery" is ,
body nour- and itcnlngs while Senator Taliaferro lacked only Davis. '"'vbMt- ...... .1.- 1M.r ..
ished into strength the heart is also The Hon. C. Br-own chaflngs, for annoying irritationsand .,
strengthened and an adequate blood sup- Ocala, inflammations, or too free or often a few hundred. Some of Mr. Stockton's Bob Davis is the next dear t1t ll1 w. 1. iM [ ..... tprHrutrtt ,
is candidate for is sive perspiration, for ulcerative weaknesses governoris of
, ply pumped to.the stomach and kidneys governor one of the
thus improving the action of these most magnanimous and many antiseptic purposes friends asked him to spare t Florida.White Springs Herald. t. fc* I1Mai. ..u_....
l organs. in which readily suggest themselves to another primary by withdrawing and

Sick people, especially those suffering. Florida. It did not take him beta women, as well as for all the purposesof The baarlr.t ...........flU1.u.pN4eu \. .s. .
: from chrome diseases, are invited to con- the toilet bath and nursery. give it to Mr. Taliaferro as he is Lbpeople's e Brown Was Wist.

suit Dr. Pierce by letter free, and so obtain few moments to thoroughly analyze Complete treatment for every hu choice throughout the state C. M. Brown displayed I. iris, ttr ., this. rivet :.

l without charge, the opinion of a the Browardflim-flam political bosh moor, consisting of Cuticura Soap, to stood Judg. urCt'd alpl.rrt, ilrl, ......
specialist on their ailments. All correspondence cleanse the skin, Cuticura Ointment, to But Mr. Stockton refuses and says he ment by clinging to the office of state 1Mtiy
. and now he is out in the open advisinghis heal the skin, and Cuticura tbeuld tllrt/bit a
strictly confidential. Address will r.aiti In ranter It
' try and make it cost Mr. Taliaferro senator from Marion ;
. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. friends to support Bob Davis for Pills,to cool and cleanse the blood, may county. He will f DU.j? Ilktet
U now be had for one dollar. A single set 100000. He has now assumed at least have r.o1l'iy tarl.i, hi'.
I had been troubled with catarrh of the stomach a place to hang out
; and heart trouble. governor. The sincerity and,honesty is often sufficient to cure the next toner rHr 1Mtt....
writes Mr. W. D. Merchant most the .' )I,. Ii.... ...
E of position of a stubborn, poutingschool April and r
r Tjlersbnrjj. CUnou Co., Pcuna. "KsJ of Mr. Brown torturing, disfiguring, Itching,-burnin May.-Gadlen County
doctored lor some time without relief,then I began cannot ha questionedand and Ie-Ibt.tar.{ a jtttia,. ... .
to take Dr. Pierre's Golden Medical Discovery scaly humours, eczemas, rashes boy. He hat just received a Times. ... f.It.......
y I took even bottles. Before I began to his influence in behalf of Mr. and irritations, from infancy to age, lu .u of bleb
tale it I weighed 119 pounds,and now I weigh when all else falls. good spanking from the people and Maj. Wallace W. Iw.l rttt trM M .,..
. 176I am wortin steadily and feel like a new Davis will give that gentleman the Sold tin Screws, editor of a% the tilunl ( to 14
ttioyghout world. Cnticon (len ....
KoolTwt. sot when they paddle him again ....
nun. I send you rainy thaulv (In form of Cboeotue Coaled l'1Ila 2.Ie. vial of on tbe the Montgomery
per Advertiser
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; Pierce's Pleasant] victory. clown.-Tampa thntmeni.buei Sonp gat Depota Loodou 'l1 ChartaUl1IIC -- ha be tUoi. lCtty NI Ma .
Dr. Pellets cleanse 4IIla
the liql Pam,6 Rue de la Paixi Bo5toD.I CoIumblll 7th of June he will probably keep "'t.1..uItlIW -
Ixnuls and stimulate the sluggish liver. Tribune. I LYe Potter Drng a Chenu Corp. Sole Pro t /' ;Lr.. elected president of the Nation Bti. s!
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i. Recitatio.-i. Curf-* Musto'. Rimr ORAN0E LAKE. I Henry Gordon Refutes a False Report.To Blitchton. J

Q Tonight, by Inez Rosa. / the Voters of Marion County: J -Mr. Richard, our enterprising merchant ::11'5
The little showers we hive had fur In this campaign now before the
Life at the Village of Oaks *'ln the Recitation. Our"tiou'o; Hope, by ,was visited by a terrible fire Saturday -
Jordan. the past Mv days have! been very refreshing second primary iu June: 7, all kinds of !
Gocd Old Summer Time." night, destroying his stock and I
and a treat comfort to thefarmers impressions are s- ught to be made
; ht ] of Jolly Boys, by upon I
Song. : )(} had he not made hasty ]leaps he would
Mr. J. D. Pope baa sold out his t
the mill Is of the votetsto intfueixe
Khool.Reitati3ii. i
have lost: his life. He has our ym* FOR
interest- in the turpentine business! Little Jim, by Mabel :".niirtomttots! have been shipped' or prejudice them' 3"ia'I'tI't'. Late I pithy.Mr. .

bere to Mr. E. P. Tbagard, of Ocala, Turner.Dialogue.. frt'iu tit-re thN .*e--k and we hope ]ya circular has kern i'!.ueil. which
Brooks led the
,jr.dccoui pan by
took charge Monday. Slin-e the rain hfs tiu t tbeie w salsopriui* l in the Oe-li ,
pal I't"s
Kinht five little
Boys' by
Misses Winston, of Dunnt'Ia] >u. were:
Miss Jane Williams! arrived Monday will lie au Htiuii-iani crop. as if an attack liao bem mtiie uj>.'ii yOu1oeinK
boys. he of Mr. Brook and
guests family
: Jrow Conant for a few days visit with '
Recitation. :o nt-body's Mother.hy 1 he Messrs Cave, who have planteda the personal of my present last .

he brother, Mr. Joe Williams.Mr. Dora Morrison. large melon crop uU the farm of \lr.D. ami only oppou-nt. My name iot¬ weer.Willie
Morlow last week in
and Mrs. Wm. D. Doolittle and Dialogue. Retreat. H. Irvine arealt-o Chipping inelors. appear: therein, but 'on ibe i'le" 1 Ii IIIeh1irgtc'.1 spent
I in Ocala and Mrs. J. Arch. )Ic.
)Ir. and Mrs. Millsotu left ,
Joseph 'l(he abundantie'd with
Recitation. When Pa Brican to are expecting an having cirul"ted this
Iver left for a visit to North Carolina I
for Short Beach Conn.
Thursday have, by.n.) R->ss. from, their eiop.l report. I have not in the |past, nor I

Work on the brick piers for the new Recitation. An Incident of the l here Was an ice cream festival would I at the: present, even for the Tuesday accompanied by Ur. Davis
and wife, of Irvine, as far as Atlanta
Mason's the corner of
building on War, by Ethel Turner. given l'uedH> evening in the )park sheriffs offi.'e, wilfully sty or del an
Mrs Sandifer! and children have
: returned -
Earpaveuueand Front street began Dialogue. Country" Boy and City Quite large crowd attended and a unfair, dishonorable thing or act to
A from a visit to WillUtou.
last week.
Dude by George Thomas and Abner. nice little turn was realized: for the secure my election. I stand before Let everybody remember the Huu

,. Mr. and Mrs. 7s. T. Hopkins are Brass. benefit of the church. the people! as:: a candidate for sheriff
day School convention at this |>lSaturday .<'
rejoicing over the Arrival of a tine Recitation. Vacation Day by Lee Mrs. Major Ryal, of Savannah:: upon my character aman and my

boy, born Sunday. Robinson. who has been the guest of Mrs D. H. record asan officer; and, in the futures and Sunday.. j THE GREAT
-- -- -
Mrs. Gilkey left Monday for Ocala Recitation. One Legged Goose, by Irvine for the past few weeks, expects: in the past, 1 propose to conduct a I DEFIED SHERIFF'S POSSE.

where she will spend few days with A bbie Stokes. to return home Saturday.Mrs. clean, honorable and btrai;htforward: HEALTH DRINK .

Mrs. O. M. Gale before starting for her Dialogue. Old Heads on Young Frank Camped, of Duunelleii canvass, and I beleive that such and Tennessee Murderer, Barricaded In

home in Indianola, Ill. Shoulders. and her charming sister, Miss More- such only, will win despite the under- House, Refused to Surrender.

The Ladies Aid Society; of the Baptist Distribution of prizes. I I land, of Tampa, are guests of Mrs. C. minded advantages that are icing tit- Nashville, Tenn., May 26.-A special
to The Banner from Carthage /ay
church held a successful ice cream These prizes were presented by the I C. Wait They are ex-residents of temped against me. The office tie one man Is dead and another supposed

sale in the town hall Tuesday. teacher for regular attendance and to Orange Lake and made quite a: number longs to the people, not to the tricksters to be as the result of an effort to effect "IN T I[ G GOOD OldSUMMER

Mr. and Mrs D. R. Dana left Wed- the one in each grade receiving the of friends while here who gladly and! on June 7, the voters: wills the capture of a murderer.It .
that Sid Vaden and Dane
nesday for the north. highest number of headmarks which welcome them back again. 'y who, in the 'mi in' of th .
W. White, got into a difficulty on account "
Miss! Ruth Whittier left Tuesday for Miss Elizabeth Mozelle who has shall ( TIME
were as follows: people, be stir! nf!. of the trespassing of a cow on

Fort Plain, N. Y., where she will Abner Brass, Bessie Ross, Roy Ross, been attending school at St. Petersburg Honesty iu politics is us essential >
spend some time with Miss Irma Mabel Turner and George Thomas, will return home Saturday. any other walk of life." The voters White called to his little sun to !
bring a gun, and he emptied the con
Wendall. Miss Minnie Clark, of Georgia, i is will readily distinguish that there is 1
each receiving a gold star for not miss tents Into the back of Vaden as tits P

Mrs. Irue Whittier and baby left ing a single day. visiting Mrs. Dave Burry. )1i5.sClark quite a difference between au iuaiuua' latter was walking! away.

Monday for their home in Tampa, Those who missed less than five ii an accomplished young lady, tion and sworn testimony.In Vaden died instantlv.H_ .

after a visit with relatives] here. she writes for of the Sheriff Scruggs and a posse started
days were Inez Ross, Abbie Stokes, one Georgia papers conclusion, permit me 10 say for the scene of the trouble, ancon M ETTO Isade'

'i Mr. Jas. Pope spent several days in Cecil Stokes, Ulee Stokes, Elmer and on her arrival here wrote that if I am nominated and rIccted arrival found White and bte sou licious'

I Jacksoville last week. Turner and Fred Turner, who each quite a flattering account of Orange sheriff of Marion county, I shallhVrve securely barricaded ;in his house. He beverage made

J OSII. Lake with which place she she the refused to surrender: and the sheriff from
received a silver .Mar. says country as faithfully as I shall the ripelS a w PalmettoBTrries.Absolutely
and posse closely guarded the placeall
MCINTOSH ITEMS. The prize winners for the most delighted. We are glad to have town. HENRY GORDOX. of last night. This morning four ; free

headmarks were: For 3d grade, Geo. Miss Clark with us and hope she may The following affidavit shows how of the posse decided to charge and

Mrs. Jones, who has been visitingthe Thomas; 4th grade, Roy Ross; 5th remain some time. GOSSIP. utterly groundless the impression, force an entrance and succeeded In from harmfUl! drag Motto

family of W. B. Allen this winter (NOTE.) Items received too late which has been made against me ina getting inside of the door* but the
grade Mabel 6th
Turner grade Ab-
; for last week's issue. few minds, is: fire from a Winchester was so fierce stimulates the I/rif -
has returned to her home in Ken- ,
bie Stokes; feth grade, Inez Ross. Eachof State of Florida.) that they were compelled to retreat

tacky. these received a nice book. Sparr Items. Marion County. leaving one of their number, Robert flushes the Ki4 IIIJ'B. acts

Messrs. and Jones of Lex- The weather continues dry and truck Personally before me,an officer authorized by Overstreet, in the house.
Barklcy After the distribution of prizes, law to take acknowledgments appeared Henry
ington, have also left for their homes Dora Morrison made is suffering badly. Gordon and J. L. Smoak, to me known as the Overstreet is supposed to be dead. directly on the Dlal* *
a speech and and parties who signed this instrument who,being White defies his wcud! -be captor
Light shipments of tomatoes
. in Lexington.Miss presented the teacher with a gold duly sworn, depose and say that during their and says he will not be taken alh e. Makes the organs per-

L. Walk ip, after graduatingat cantaloupes are being made this week canvass for sheriff, prior to the primary on :May ---. -
spoon, bearing the Florida coat of 110, they never heard, neither did form
either: of them their functions in
the Atlanta Pharmacy College has and fruit of good size. Officers and Bluejackets Crowned. a "
. arms, and the words, "Ocala, Fla," utter one single word orcharge reflectinglin any
returned to her home here. Dr. J. S. Lewis and wife of Irvine, I way upon"the honesty" of John P. Galloway Tokio May 26.-Of the Comptemeat natural I
This present was bought by the pupils fine of their competitors; also that neither ol* of the protected cruiser Voshlno. recently way thereby
visit the Misses
paid a pleasant to
after illness
E. : Lois Dixon, an of several and kept secret until the close of them has circulated any such rumor since that sunk in collision with the cruls,
Jessie Alice and Ella Owens last date. keepingfthe system in a
weeks, is now improving nicely. er Kalsuga. 63 non-commisloa officers '
the exercise. It
was a great surpriseto
: The commencement exercises of week and were royally entertrined. HENRY GORDON. and 220 bluejackets were drowned and
the teacher and will be a nice sou < J. I..SMOAK. and .48- non-conmlssloned perfect healthy oon
.. our high school was held in the Chris Mr. W. Luffoian is suffering with a Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd officers
venir of the Pine Level school. day of A. and men were rescued
May D. dition.
bad case of sore which prenntshim : : : : :
: tiara church. The graduating class eyes 1904.S. No
,I Closing song. Good Bye, by school T. SISTRUXK Clerk. details of the disaster have III
consisted of Misses Allen, McCarley] from overseeing his: trucking. By II. C. Sistrunk. D. C.Cordon's yet been received. A detailed report

i and Moblt'y and all rendered their NOTES. The Sparr young men cordially.., invited of the loss of the battleship Hatsusc if At au fT"

to an advantage to themselves This school, though having some! and royally entertained the Anthony Record. destroyed by coming In contact wita
parts All through the campaign we heard mine while cruising off Port Arthuron
Rev. M. Gordon delay in its commencement, owingto young men at the Meadows and
r and school. C. presented the morning of May 15. Is expected
, a great deal about it being a clean --- -- .
the diplomas the failure.of the first teacher assigned in return the Anthony boys invited hourly. A naval constructor has

; All of the teachers left for their ws are proud to say has ha the Sparr boys to an ice cream social camgaign, no mud slinging. This been despatched by the department: to Study at HomeSSl: ;
may be tree in one of question the
sense the word survivors of the catastrophe
one of the best teachers in its history!: and them the > OMB*, M4 f
to bring girls. .
homes after the school closing. requested _
Wfefc T
shortly but if you will take this statement and make a thorought and technical I nt e*,. .f.n. '., 'n.-- i tmmitif Mft *
The school opened Sept. 23, '03 and did and .... ._ ...... ... ,,_ tt *
They those who at AIM
t. Mrs. Seybrook and children, of no among Investigation into the if* i| "' t MMMW a NM
affair. ... ,....... ... .. .
there is some one at work Pht. '.all. ] .- ..... ,..
: Georgia, are visiting Mrs. C. Baldwin continued about eight months? being tended were the Grantham brothers prejudicingthe I .....,--.. \ ...,..,.. '-.... .. ..... .-.....
minds of
Misses )[cGinnis and Hammond, of the ]longest:: term ever taught at Pine accompanied by their mother and people against an If
" excellent man, and it is not a fair and -
F Hawthorne, have ueen visiting Miss Level. Not one day has the teacher Miss Meadows. While the social was

I Elsie McGinnis here. lo&t. She has ever been at >Her post of being enjoyed some of those unbiased presentation of fdc.:;. In HUBBARD & MACDUFFHEADQUARTERS
" di n":3ing: the relative merits of the
Mrs. Pelote and Mrs. Walker and duty and has been so efficient in her wretched Anthony boys cut and com-

" son left last week for Atlanta to spend work that she has won the love of all pletely ruined the harness and turned candidates for sheriff, this conversation
f was over herd : "He is too quick FOR
f the summer. her pupils and the patrons all are over the buggy that conveyed Mr.
on the trigger he has
; down
l Mrs. K. Thomas has been visiting a very anxious for her to teach the Lawrence Giautham and Mia Meadows too

got to do is to get his record at
f Creery as a teacher call not.Le excelled.
Rev. Mr. Cox has returned to our so that they had to return home

city to take up his work in the Christ She will remain -Gaiterville two in the wagon with other members of Dunnellon." The talk referred to Mr. -..-..---. _. __r.:.:n L r"_
Gordon, of Dunuellon. The remarks : i I i ft.
after which she will
church.Mr. depart for ;
tian the family. Such: doings are atrocious -

Gordon, of Duuuellon, is herefor her home in Nashville, Tenn., stopping and the guilty parties are fit for the were to influence a Yot r.ow, what .- i n it .
I are the facts about Mr. Gordon's of ---T---r;r,,. p
in Ocala for
over the teachers' :
a few days. J. 0. L. chaingang or asylum : ;
ficial acts in Dunuellon ; II
? All the : 1
examination. We peoplf -
are always sorry Lee Grantham and familypeut -- -.' -' ._.- .._ : I
GAITERVILLE. with of Dunnellon rise up and deny I .< .. '< ,
to part one like Miss! McCreeryand and -', .- ').--.
Saturday at
Sunday McCoy this statement oJ.. __ .__ _
can only hope that in the futurewe most emphatically; '" -;- ,
and while -
en route came in contact -- --,--
The Gaitervill.) Pine Level scho not '-' ...:......
( a word of truth in it. Mr. Gordon '-- .. .j.- i
we will meet her ..
again as a friend 1 ----- .
with a big alligator the .... r
prairie ...
closed 20 and though havinga did --._ .--.... -.-. -- -- ---
May and teacher. UXCLE shoot two men while on duty ... :." '_.-
> JOE. Mr. U. tried to kill the monster and ;; 1
smaller enrollment this: year than antI shot them in self defence ts1' rttye titrNMetq. tlerarerdiusUs t.,k ,
with :tay An Erroneous knots and limbs carried on war ra M e greet
for many years past, the attendance Statement Corrected. any other man would have done. It j
but in the struggle Mr. Grautbaoi I.\-f f l.-.r-re: strong. high.grade steel wire 'la ..
is believed to have been tetter than To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.I was kill them or they kill him. .iyK-.ww 4. j
got. his hand hurt and the alligator v-rpi: :.' :;; ro. X s for expansion and contraction. Is practically avr-
ever in the history of Pine Level. understand. that a rumor is cur- His townsmen passed : 1
officially his i : ,1- Xt-vi
became enraged at the continuous r goes wrong, no matter how great a strain >a put on .... 1
The closing exercises: were most throughout the county that all pelting and conduct and exhonorated him. Now, > s '.or mutilate, but does efficiently: turn cattle, h.r..*. toil

beautiful, one of the best ever witnessed the bar rooms in the county are backing soon made fight, completEly we call such talk "mud slinging." It :tvl pi;:. -

in Gaiter. Notwithstanding the John P. Galloway his race forsheriff. routing his assalant, putting did not state the facts. All that Mr. j
I him to seek hafety in his wagon and VERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
pupils being mostly little ones, the Gordon's friends desire is to give the jj j

program rendered was: complete in i This is absolutely erroneous as anyone escaped by driving hastily away. facts and let the voters draw their ...<. t'u- manufacturers and by us. Call and see it Can ftbow you how i
Some fire or six weeks Gran- .: .ill save you and fence field
ago money so will
your they
every way. The speaking was all may find out who takes the own inference. One thing id certain stay fe4A

good and the singing was such that trouble to make an investigation. thaml passed '.this way after night in Mr. Gordon's reputation as marshal, Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Hawk and Econoj Corn Shrdder ,

in the moonlight and alligator -
saw a large

the highest compliments would fail There are three bar rooms in Ocala of Duunellou is a credit to him, and Paints Oils Glass Doers
trying to catch I awl Etc
some hogs out ,
the teacher and ,
to do justice to pupil and three in Dunnellon, and the pro every citizen of that growing town ,

t prietor of only one of these establishments from the water. The approach of Mr. testifies to his capability and worth. Hibbard & Macduff Ocala Fla.

The program was as follows: # is for Mr. Galloway. Grantham saved the hogs, the alligator -_ fir Gordon has created out of an _
the open = = ._
taking to water. _
Opening address. Our future man, FAIR PLAY. : and lawless] town one of older and -
Mm. Burton continues to improveand .Brick
by Holder Stokes.: Juggling With and
Dynamite decency, the people of Dunn JOHNSON
Ring the Bells of Spring we hope will soon he able to be
Song. Is more dangerous than to neglect elloa respect him for the faithfulnesswith Lime
about again. Ikatrr i aNEW
Time, by BChool.Recitation. kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney which he sees that all the laws

Tiny Tot, by Bessie Cure corrects irregularities and has There certainly is needed an officerof are observed. They see in him an Hair [ AND SECOND-HAND[[ !
Ross. the law, a good deputy to keep or [ tEilYe[
cured many severe cases after other ideal man for sheriff. He .narches Cement :
Got to to School der. There are more pistols and ,
Recitation. go by
treatment had failed. Ii -
builds up straight for the offender and makes F'ftOHltTOit or --
whiskey here than any little place we Laths
i Fred Turner. the worn out tissues and restores him, feel the pressure of the mailed THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.
Recitation. Little Pet, by Ulee health and vigor. "I was troubled know oi; the inegroes here do not .
! hand of the law. Order i-t the And Locomotives
know how to behave. ;SPARRITE.For result. For Sale and lease.
< Stokes. with kidney complaint for about two
We say vote for Gordon. Second Hand
Rail 8..fht H4 kid
T Dialogue. Behind the Scenes. jears," writes A. H. David, of Mount Sale. 1 OXE WHO Kxows. Shingles.Office .
Three lcoruoti ven for sate !..
Chicken's Mistake Sterling, Iowa., "but two bottles or ..
Recitation. by of Two splendid working mules, one For 8le-
Foley's Kidney Cure effected ft 36-Ib. Melon One
Morrison. a permanent gentle two 2-horse 16r24 Tolbm Euilue- Out Halt :. Ktt ..
Mary pony, wagons, one Mr. Xewcomb Barco aa> 'ii
cure" Postoftice Drug Store. has placed us Oge llzltt New York b'afvly. U.wlwH'.1I
Dialogue. Whos' Turn, by Roy I McCormick mower good as new, one and One 75HP Harris Corliw. .
under obligations tor a 86-1]b. melon. Shops Oi.. lfxM Rrfr <'l.* \'IIJII'

Ross and Abner Brass. Mr. E. S. Upham, of Lake Weir, self-dumping hay rake good as new, As it lies on our table the thought near One OQP12HP 150 HP Gasolene. One HUP. O** *MR

Recitation. Little Treasure, by Ida was a prominent visitor to Ocala yes lot of plows harness occurs high presture return tefcfcr hatfe*. ....
etc. Apply] to S. A. L. : One 25HP Economic
to us that it was a melon and not F.relghtDepot. boiler, am* a fet *ftar so.- "*
terday. Allan Rodger Ocala Fla. hand and other machinery.
Thompson. .:?i.6L" an apple that tempted Eve. .
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t JOHN D, ROCKEFELLER I I tit H, PLANT SPEEDS E.BIGGS Iratteetonat.P ......- -....... ,I t

(Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)
ts1 Story of His Life.-By the Rev. Thomas B. OCALA, Pf.ORIDA. I = .

Gregory.T Macca Banker Takes His Lift U D. FULLER..: _

to Save Creditors. DENTIST.
WAS HU Interesting story that I1 I my father seemed to think it was very Over Munroe &Chambliss Bank.Ocala. Fla.
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\\1 John D. Hockfeller told the memlr desirable! for me to learu. HAS INSURANCE OF 550,000.iirii.g r JM. THOMPSON. F 'I $ t

of his I ton's bible class the .
"Soon afterwards he
began! 10 allow
othrr nay. rue to loan sums of money for him, ; Episcd: ; to the Recent Macon Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp Montezuma. '

It *' i..1l ih" mweiutcresting from and meanwhile I was saving a little Danks; Failvrs'of! Which Plant Was OCALA. FLA.EDWIN I 1; 1tscY.1.

the fact that it way, (iota beginningto money from what I earned W; 8d I tits Freslcleni, : Great Excitement' in SPENCER.:: _

end, all '..I..Jlltlr.. Rockefeller. always had a !little money. I know Central City. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

To almost everybody there is a that some people, tpitlly some .I iJaeca. Gi.. May 71.-Brooding over OCALA. 7-s-y t- FLORIDA
his niter financial ruin and tacing ui I'Mikiug upon, or in hearing. young )Ht'll. find it't'r}' difficult tok..t'J 1':. CHASE, ,
(te:>t3 aggregating $SO<(XOOO, Robert II. J
anything tint U big, whether > little --:-
about, money in their pocket.I
Plaat. Saturday afternoon Sent a bullet DENTIST, ,

1t1 U k big river a big mountain, a big I I books., I learned to keep the money, through his brain in order that OCALA, FLA

: building or H big multimillionaire : and, as we have a way ot saying, it ?j51) 001 of these debts might be paid.It L. SISTRUMC.ATTORNEYATLAW..
was siiuply! a case ot a mail giving CARLOS
I )lr. UxKeMler h: the richest man I did not hum a hole in my pocket. I
I hIs lire in order that those who had .
on earth, and it was u1Jdouhtl a rare I was taught that it was the thing to do trusted Tim might not suffer.Liung. Rooms Masonic Building, Ocala. Fla. 5 821 i /ty I 1' s

treat to hear, from his own lips, the I to keep the money and take care of Mr. Plant was worth nothing ---- -- --- __ '.i1 ,

story cf his life. it." to those whom ha owed. IG

Like "Caesar's Commentaries," I Dead he was worth 750000. V\
It was when he
was about thirteen
The sucde; was accomplished at
Almanac like
[ 1W Richard's
like year old, and while he was trying to the Plant home a few minutes before
[ "Grant's Memoirs," )Ir. UoeKf llow'8 \\ I'
make a little mou-y on the hide by 3 o'clock, aid though no one saw the \

M tory U marked by H homily aim pile- digging nger pressed against the trigger r\\
potatoes for a neighbor, that
and matter-of-fact directness thai which produced death, the selfmurderwas 'Il'J f, ti
Its the future richest man on earth madea dons practically under the eyes :: S MEET&I'J' ALLii' r r I % \,
delightful. '
are 1)u1\1\'eJ.r great discovery, which may best be of Miss II. L. Meier, a trained and of" P.-tD3Experience : 7'/lti-. L I
brat wealth putt some people up, 1 his established it 11:00I '
given in his own words competent nurse, who had been attending .
: a fact. Sold by all dealers. Yea 1 _
make them vain, theatrical, grandIM "I Banker Vlant since he was! first BOW-they grow. 1901 S.eJ t
soon that 1 could
get as
Annual postpaid free to aU ap-
', aud, above all Mugs else, very much interest taken ill. I lieunu. .
for $50 loaned at 7
per The of the even d'!
fstldlouof *.ch; but Mr. Rocke- D, M. FERKY & CO. aWe
pe cent-the legal rate in the state of not attract the attention of the mem DETROITLOOKING, MICH.

trllow" toll the story of his Hfl' inI New York at that time for a yearasI hers of the family then under f.t>

urll that smack strongly of theplalutt could earn bj' digging potatoes ten Plant roof, so great were the pn.c_ i Conduct a Strictly First Class
I of everydayelilateucr. tions those about the home had take' s
'Ommon matter i
tc prevent even the possibility or s.jth'.ng "- AHEAD
I In other words, the little boy, who I II !ik!;:? a tragical end to preclu.K'
Take, for example, the following the most remote chances ot any effort Family Store.
Leautlfully frank statement: I I thought business: while udug pota alone to isilict bodily harm of any Parsons In the Early Stages of Kidney Liquor

taught to do things-simple toes, got hold of the very important Kind. The nurse, who was nearest Diseases Should Wasto no
"I was Time In Making their I
little truth that his money could be h5'" from whom he was separated bya
things built as a boy could do. I was Kidneys RightIf t
At the made to be his servant and to make \.all only" was not aroused by the We prepay freight or express charges on the following:
taught to be self-reliant. age discharge of The gun, but until she
don't that In the back
stop pain
you ,
of wveu or eight; I was taught as a other money for him. found the dead body, she thought that. some of these days you are extremely Spring qts.,Dale 15.OO., Baltimore Rye 15 years old, 4 full '1t.. ful -

toy in the country to milk a cow. J He was learning hid less{)a admirably the nuke was made by a chair being liable to hare Brlgtxt'i Disease or tome
overuuneu. The idea of the noise being Family Maryland Rye, 12 old, 4 full .1.00. HE Mlqts. I
could milk a cow as well as a man well It was already as good as other form of kidney trouble. Tea are fJlblnet. year
; n.:':e by a pistol or a gun was absolutely $13.00.
a cow. That is a very settled that the little fellow was to be Just as much In danger If you bar dryness -
could .milk
: foreign to her mind she nowassorts.
of the skin, headaches, restlessness, UrntnIaJland Rye, 10 years old, 4 full tlltl. I.OO. 12 full qti pi! 1.00. I
simple thing to refer to, but that is come the "greatest captain of industry : .
unusual and thirst If
.one of the things I began to learn." that this country has ever known," It was ? minute later his body was you notice appetite a sediment or great cloudiness, or the A\\ Monongahela:: Rye, 7 years old, 4 full qta. $:i.20.12 I full qt. $*.,(ft).

1'h&tIr.. Rockefeller fully masteredthe as Mr. Rockefeller was called by the fouaJ on the porch, resting almost urine or other urinary irregularities.FOLET'i Coupons to our semi-monthly free distribution with every purehu W*
across: the doorway by the attendant. guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. H..Cere-DCft. National llauk
art of milking, no one for a gentleman who introduced him to the Banker Plant had placed the muzzleof SIDNEY: CUES makes the kidneys of Jacksonville, The Merchauule Agencie Remit by |>o tofrle or eiptrtemoney

moment will attempt to deny. From bible das*. his 3S-caliber Smith & Wesson near right, and whenever there are any order. Goods shipped promptly aod in plain froze!.
Indications that these are la the
Cow as our friends in "At Mr. Rockefeller hi*> r-ht temple and pulled the trig I II organs
the (brat sixteen goes I least way disturbed, it should ba taken 1
I ger. The ball crashed through skin,
the earth Mr. Rockefeller on to "I left school and and until all --
India call say, went to H bone aid brain and came out againstthe promptly regularly symptoms -

hM succeeded in milking the biggest commercial school, where I remained well. of kidney trouble hare disappeared.This REFLECT 1 AMOMEMTI"H
ia of the best
preparation composed
fortune that ever belonged to a single for twoor three months, and then, in The coroner was at once summoned .
and ap..a the testimony of the nurse. known remedies employed by kidney
Individual the year 1S>5,1 begun to look around
and 01 a physician a verdict of death specialists, and It cannot help but ours Have decided on the kind
education was, I : you 9
Mr. "
for something to do. form of kidney trouble If taken
by hit own hands was rendered.Mr. every :
from all accounts, largely in factjAhuost After a somewhat discouragingsearch Plant leaves a wife and nine early. Thousands have testified to this % fertilizer you are going to use? U'

exclusively, of the businessTort. he finally obtained employ- children. Wallace E. McCaw president fact. In even the most hopeless cases it t2. ;;i'Ii th not a question of how inuflh, but

<,f the McCaw Manufacturing will always afford relief. 1 lw what kind wluu tin bjU remit
ment as assistant bookkeeper. At the -
company and II. Felton Hatcher. a Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky can he obtained. You can't make a

"I bhall never forget "said he"thatI end o' two years' service with the prominent attorney, are his sons-in- writes: "For years I have been grtly #,:. + mistake when you use our high grade
K.r-K *
vas taught mdo as: much business firm he asked for a salary of $800, was la'The maiden name of Mrs. Plant bothered with kidney and bladder trouble S 2'i"1.J fertilizers.

At thd age of ten and twelve as it waspoIble offered $700, refused it, and at the age wa.i Rcs.I. and enlarged prostate gland. I used .) I,

for me to do. Among other of nineteen, went into business: for George H. Plant vice president of everything known to the profession without : Highest cash price paid for dry beret
the First National bank, is a brother. i relief, until I was Induced to use I II
things, I waseent over the hills to buy himself in company with another For years R. H. Plant has been a I FOLBY'S KIDNEY CURE. After taking

cord wood for the use of the family. youugmau, who bad, like himself, prominent figure in :Macon and in Ma- three bottles I was entirely relieved and FLORIDA FERTILIZER 'HFC. OMPIHY,

hI knew what a cord of good, solid saved up little money. con's commercial life. He has ever cured. I prescribe it now daily In m/ .r Gainesville, Fla.WE .

wood My Len identified with the prosperityand practice and heartily recommend Its use .
aud was.
beach maple ----- --
The firm, we are informed, was -----
growth of the city, and was consickre -
to all physicians for such troubles, for I
father toM me to select only the solid "prosperous from the beginning. We one of the safest and soundestof can honestly state I have prescribed It hi WANT

wood and the straight wood, and not did a business of $500,000 produce tile financial quantities of the Central hundreds of cases with perfect success.* ................. --

to put any limbs In It, or any punky commission the first year. Our profitswere City. He was the eldest son ot Every Grower in the State
R. C. Plant, who died here years ago, Postoffire Drug Store.
wood. That wa" a good training for not verylarge-I think $ UO-( .
after having built a name and a fortune
To Have Our Books:
me. but I think it was better for me than for himself. He was a nativeof I I

'*1 did not need my father to tell the JSOO 1 had asked for." Macon where he was born 5G years It WillPay ( .}' cJnn..EGE'I''nl/ls.-\ i-omplete manual on Florid w..1.| t

ago, and during the war between the *'I"LOlun.OUXGF.S'Book of special interest lo OuURf nro.t* ,
me, or anybody else, bow many feet A profit in one year of 2,200 on a
states he was a cadet at the Georgia .FIiOUIDA STIlAlVIlEllKII'.S"-Bouklrt ou 'arirtkt* "' ".
It took to make a cord of wood. I did capital of $tooo was what migbt have Military academy at Marietta, and You !H! tion, and Fertilization."

not require the presence of anybodyto been called pretty good business.It went from that school into the army, "IHISII OT.-\'l'ES.-Boflklt't on Soil, Seed, Plauth..can..1 CuJ ""...
where he served until the end of the Etlect of Fertilizers Dinging I&nrllSlirl'U1 ."
showed that the
enable me to secure (iota the man : young man was You have any Real Estate
IF '.PIXUll'I'LK FEHTIIJ/IXJ"-Of *v 'irl I luttrt't't tit 1dltrapugdr
who sold me that wood good measure."I well up in his arithmetic and had war.Mr.. Plant was a great lover ot.1. to sell, growers.

could hardly enumerate the firmly got hold of the first principles home and his home life was an ideal "IDEiL 1"EnrI IZI nS'--Uook showing all our dllf-mi b* ** ,

of that kind hat I l of financial success. one. His home is one of the hand- 'OK analyses, prices, et('.
many experiences Hew and Revised Editions of above, just published\ soot FREE for oho ailiMf
somest in the city and there he was You're thinking of comingto

wont to receive and entertain his IF Florida for a home
a&t"A r friends in a manner pleasing and de

lightful. Everything he touched appeared OR OCALA SEED STOKE ACiEXTS, OCA Li, I'LL

The Portable Saw Mill is the Coming MilL to turn to money for him, and --- ----- -- ---
because of his success he was not You desire to inyest in any
long in gaining t'ae confidence of the kind of Florida property, JAS.M.GRAHAM, President

r( ILL er public than generally that which, a usually confidence comes great.up- TO SEE The First National Bank

s to any one man. Years ago he was OR WRITE

looked upon as a wealthy man and
It is a portable mill that is really .)"t :hll'. Makes perfect for yeans rfist he has been rated by OF GAINESVILLE.

mber. Capacities 2,000 to 5,000 .,\\ pv day. all who knew of him as one of the lank Alachua
n ,AI- owners of more than a million. J. H.lIVIHGn H &SONS H The Only Chartered Ccunty.

XJ -,/ ------ I J Capital. .MMW M
t l U I An Open Letter. OCALA. FLORIDA. Surplus and Undivided *),<**+ 00
/1 I It
h. Does exclusively banking busings, with facilities equal to toy bank la tW
f u'\l From the Chapiu S C. News Early -- --- -
... // ''7' state. Sohcts the accounts of Farmer, Merchant, (.orporstlyas! ,
{)f.'.r--: r .; iu the spring wife and I were
'. my All tJullinr
//I arrangement.
: ... ,.. (".... Etc Interest allowed by special
.. t f"J* ..
JI ..- ,I taken with diarrhoea and so severe I .:.,: transacted! prontptiv .
r'p7":: ""- b .-,.. .' .i t. ?_ t TAY 1tc.Mthr
-=----'. ,q.E'::.,;.t:.'. : were the pains that we called a physician "' ., -':.J.,. .,.'.. \.1;
__ :- who prescribed for us but hU 4 .. d
i"'S ,
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--.o 5.1----- \
;:;;--:1 :1 t- I 11 failed relief. A .. \ .,. 'Ii\. =
... I-... ._ medicines to give acy 't, .. "),, ,.. --- -
I' LtlZ-1t'ik"-i\; friend who had a bottle of Chamber ..r..A.\ .' 0.'...., "i....,,....}.
k Wt1 .:., .\I., 4 j.. ...
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lain's Colic, Chrlera and Diarrhoea ..
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t. .
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:t.: : ', hand each of .. '/ McMillan Bros
I \' n.' .. Remedy un gave us a .r 4 ':n. [ : i > dose and at felt the effects. I : ,! "- i
we once t''q
Akc -oJ) -i;"..... \; ,
\ ) procured a bottle and before using the J '. : ''1. _,'' \
entire contents wenre entirely ..'." J",, .' :;:" 'J
"' ::-<- ', T"" :..:>.,..' '..""" V'c" Southern Copper Works
cured. It is a wonderful remedy and 1 .I' ........ '........ Lt.: ."- ...,....\;"f.!
[AKE YOUR r BILL TO THE LOGS.; should be found iu every household.H. ; t ,,'. ',.i .5 (01, ,'.r 1:::-i":./.?"""4"r' '
;" \_'i.... Friction : :. rr= 1!.'j Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
.. >\ ; ,"..1'i 1'.* Ca&e Ft td. Staticnary: Kills, any capacity. Portableand for sale by Anti-monopoly Drug. r Q9 t ': t' }l'J

Stationary Engine, Linens', Mill and Factory Supplies. 8t re. m 1JA'SVY'&Ji' and General Metal Workers.Old .

WRITE::: US TO-DAY. Thanks his Friends. ,7iRV'thPREPAifl

SUPPLY CO. I I take this method of thanking my Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

BACON & COLLiNS I friends of the second district for the through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

::: =ALBA 11'Y, e036IA.; =- - support in the first primary and ak wire will receive prompt attention at either of thefollcwing

..:. d .. .
.,- 1wA works -
for their in the .
support next primary.I CHAt E. BLUM COMPANY

am yours very truly, SAYAHHAH OA
517 and 519 ft. Bay Ft.Jaclsonvltle I ,
dD ctbec .'nh and hca11un !' For County Coujmissionei
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BACCALAUREATE ,SERMON cj Another sweet flower is taken ,1y1'
From girlhood's garden today 8TH 'USB & CO.

j And dreams of her childhood awakts.Sweeter ,

f Ocala High School CommegcemeQt Sunday and fairer than Mav. !

1 he filcher is stealing jewel I I I
May 15,-By Rev. L. W, Moore. i c WHOLESALE
From girlhood's mine of pure gems;

The cupids are fighting a duel I :'

Text: That our sons may be as of mind and thought, where a greater Over their love diadems. I

plants, grown up in their youth; that j power is manifest Some worship the Farewell" little girl, to your childhood, .

our daughters may be as corner stones power of a dollar, while others worship Tis painlul,is this farewell;

polished after the similitude of a pal- I the power of the sword, but while the Together we went through the wildwood r Whisky Dealers.

ace. Psalms 144:12.: 'I I j sword may carve out empires, "the pen, I'lucked1olet5 in the dell.
Man is the noblest work of God. The I that mighty instrument of learned
Dan Cupid in one way or otherIs
palace, as a piece of architecture, is men," tracing down the thoughts that
ever at war with youth;
the best work of man. In our text God's glow and the words that burn, is a. OCALA FLORIDA.
lie j.lunder'd your heart for another.
best work and man's best work are as- I mightier instrument than the sword or i
Now think of your friends in ruth.
sociatetd, and for good reason. God requires the "almighty dollar." Yet too many of 7
the parent to discharge a certain our children are being taught to believe

duty toward the son and daughter, and, that the most desirable possession is on the announcement of the engagement .
Ideal, God that of of Miss Gertrude Peyser of this city.
reaching up to the highest cows, hogs and dollars. The

says you must care for my best work, world will never bless the child that
Broward Fooled the People. 1 T'Y fj Sell the Best I I I, ia
the st>n and daughter, as you care for lives up to such teaching, for the sim- LiquorsFor ,

your best work, the palace. Let them ple reason that such a child will never "The main isMie of his opponent,

be polished after the similitude of a bless the world. Better give him or Broward, is the state lands question, 1
palace; build them up with a view to her something that you can neither the Least Money. :
isn'tit: ? queried the reporter.
the perfection of physical, mental"and bank nor bury-give them an educa-
spiritual stature. Take not the log tion. Fit them to occupy useful sta- "Yes," replied Mr. Brown. "I know

hut but the palace, as a model for your tions in life and to hold their places this, and I want to say emphaticallythat

Inspiration.As against those who would otherwise the position taken by Mr. Brow

the palace has its different partsso crowd them out. The educated are going i ard i is without foundation, and I know atjiaJ' L A1TaR RYA
Pythagorasfinds to lead and if
has man. The learned your children are Remember Our Motto
that the people have been fooled by
in man the irrational soul, which the i: not educated they must become the ; his misrepresentations, and I propose f 7 ii, "HONEST MEASURE AND FUR DEALING" s has cLal.a'J
includes the affections of the body; of those that are.

mind, which is the intelligent directorof 3. We enter the domain of the Spirit to vigorously disabuse their mind, r

the body; and the body itself. It is -Develop the body only and we get a for Capt. Davis told me in the sacredness I

easier to grasp the simpler statementthat Fitzsimmons; develop the mind only of a personal couveisatiou that n Y jjjjjAjjj

man is a physical, mental and and we may get a pedant, or, what is
he had never considered the charge
spiritual being. While all these are worse, a blatant skeptic. Hence, to -
seriously because It was such a mi rep- \Ve especially call your attention to the
"very good," they are not equally so. make the best man and the best woman -- fallowingspecialties

Good, better, best may be applied to the domain of their spiritual nature resentation. He did not see how such :

body, mind and spirit. The body is must admit the sweet sovereigntyof statements could be for a moment

good as a useful machine; the mind is a higher power and be impelled by lodged in the minds of the people. f I Strauss', 76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quart, $18.
better as an intelligent director; the motives that are divine. Mental equip-
"Capt. Davis," continued Mr.
spirit is best as the seat of character. ment prepares one to gather from the
Character makes the man. To develop world; but to give to the world and Brown, "assured me that he would i Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3,50; twelve

this three-sided unit the student should become a potent factor in developingthe suffer his right arm being severed i ,. full quarts, $10.

1 be put under such a course of trainingas highest civilization, his heart must from his body before be would allow a

will make the best man or woman. feel the throbbings of an invisible power Strauss' I X L Baltimore
single acre of land to pass from the Rye, four bottles, $2.90{ ;
This not only requires a well developed that moves in the affairs of men.
people to anybody without being so twelve bottles $8.50.
body and a well filled mind, but a purified In other words, spiritual life is the ,
spirit, fired with the loftiest as- goal toward which all knowledge directed by the courts or legislature.I .

pirations. God would have the body should lead; and such a scholar be- find also that Capt. Davis is in full Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts $15. t

preserved in sanctification and honor, comes more concerned about the char- accord, and will stand by the primary

the mind enriched in all knowledge, acter he contributes to the world and system. He is also a strong believerin --4, P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express on these Goods.All .
and the spirit receive a conjoint testimony the good deeds he puts into it He
the railroad commission, and will
with his spirit that he is a may delight to observe the orderly
child of God, thus reaching the best march of planets as they sweep their do his utmost to strengthen its pow- goods shipped in plain boxes and on the MHW dr.
the order is received. t .
type of character in this or any other spheric pathways, but his heart leaps ers.-Jacksonville Metropolis inter- \

world. beyond their most distant circuit and view with Hon. C. M. Brown. ,W. Agents for PABST MILWAUKEE BEER.
1: The Bodyll men are "taking draws inspiration from God.

thought for the body." What shall I The closing session of a high school A Sure Thing Respectfully, '
put on to make it beautiful, and'what brings up at least one momentous prob- It is said that nothing is sure except I

shall I eat and drink to make it strong lem. The graduating student now death and taxes, but that is not alto- 1 Jtaluss&fo _

and healthy? The "fair sex" are spe- looks toward the college. Which college gether true. Dr. King's Sew Discovery out.n. STRAUSS & CO

cially concerned about the beautiful; ? In answering that question let for consumption is a sure cure for i1 tT41.{

the men are concerned about health the spiritual nature of your son or ali throat and lung trouble Thous. -:: ._" : '
ands testify to that. Mrs. C. B. OCALA
and muscular forces. While science daughter become the subject of parental can FLORIDA. '.' "

may contribute valuable hints, religionis solicitude. Let that college be Vah Metre, of Shfperdstown, W. Va., .'.._
needed to make us masters in the use the one that comes nearest making says "I had a severe case of bronchi.

and control of the body. Science may Christ and the Bible positive factorsin tis and for a year tried everything! I ; :..' .:!< -: -.. -- To"l .. -. : ._ .'.. ..ti .. ,

give the "fair sex" a "perfect fit," but making good men and women. The; heard of, but got no relief. One bottleof I

religion is needed to keep them from college period of life is one of the most Dr. King's New Discovery then

occupying too little space in the world. critical. The soul is then taking in cured me absolutely." It's infalliblefor A Man
Science may tell the males what to those thoughts and impressions that croup, whooping cough, grip pneumonia ijard Beat.
eat, but religion is needed to restrain make for eternal life or eternal death. and consumption. Try it. It's

from gluttony, which leads to death. Removed from the guardianship of guaranteed by Tyings & Co. m

Neither male nor female should pervertthe I Christian parents and dropped in the Trial bottle free. Reg. sizes oQc. 100. -- ;,

physical forces with which God has I midst of a medley of belief and unbe- i
Ben Raysor in Luck Again. !.
blessed them. : lief, and where the premium Is upon
2. The Mind-Develop the body only : the head and not the heart, the stu- Mr. B. E. Raysor, whose fame as a !

and we may get a prize fighter-a sur- dent too often returns to curse the melon and peach buyer is known all ,1. j

plus of flesh and a hollow brain. A home and society with his egotistical over the country, is now wearing a i,
magnificent ruin is a well developed display of skepticism. His knowledgeof t\ j
seventy-live dollar Panama hat as the !
body that has no knowledge in the science is good, but how sad it j
result of his early operations this
brain and no soul in the breast. He would be should he walk from his col- ,

is the palace that is destitute of furni- lege steps with a hatred for religion, year. The Nashville, Chattanooga & %
j1 j1dt
ture; a temple with no blazing shekinah and at last read upon the walls of eternity St. Louis railroad offered a tine hat to

withinI! tal capacity is there, but his epitaph: "An elegant failure the first shipper to forward a car of ,1 {
if not developed he must remain un- !" F y 'r4 1 ,4'f
melons over their line this season.
known among those .who think and Let us build character as well as
Ben was notified of the otter and 4%
those who learn. Such men need the intellect. The best text book for the 4'4't '

ambition of the ancient Greeks, who head and the best life for the heart, With his usual luck, just put in and

developed the body as a branch of art, and that life is Christ As comparedwith won the pri/e.

but who did not stop there. His chief money President Roosevelt putsa -- -.- ------- \ Iti i
pride was not in the rounded physique, premium on brains. As comparedwith
but in the fertile brain, the towering brains let us put a premium on

intellect and the treasures of wisdom character. Thus we build for the two
Vermifuge '* K.w and knowledge. "The Greeks seek after worlds, above and beneath the stars.

wisdom." "Knowledge is power" "Build the more stately mansions, 0, -

in that it introduces one: to the world my soul." t} THE GUARANTEED
I Ir
Y f'4tr! iG
Caught a Tarpon Without Hook or I I r 00 YOU GET UP d : WORMREMEDY f 1'f ab
Line. II
? ;
Mr. W. C. Perkins of Providence, ;j.2'

K. L, who spends part of his winters Kidney Troutle Makes You Miserable I,'#' 'ttrr r '?S'r

in Ocala, had recently quite a thrill- THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
Almost everybody who reads the BtWtRC OP IMITATIONS.
ing experience tarpon fishing on the news
papers sure of the wonderful nan who buys HARDWARE
ClI.loos1.hatchee river at Fort Myers. 1L-J', cures made by Dr. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. of
Speaking of i it the Fort Mjew Press i Kilmer's Swamp-Root, eT. LOUIS. MO.
]l the great kidney, liver ---- -- .
says: "The adventure happened [ and blander remedy. MARION RDWARE

while Mr. Perkins was out with Hugh It is the great medi- COMPANY
cal triumph of the nineteenth -
The in n[
Cooper. tarpon were great century: discovered -
number about the boat, when sudden II!I after years of .
J' scientific research by AGENTS FOR _
ly a great silver object leaped out of 1 .5 Dr. l.m..r"' the eminent I.

the water and almost on top of Mr. I -:-_. kidney and blad- i "FAVORITE" STOVES
--- AND
der specialist, and is RANGES
Perkins, who by the way has been a j wonderfully successful in promptly curing I

champion bicycle sprinter in his day, bles lame and back Bright's kidney Disease, bladder,which, uric is acid the worst trou- A. I K- H 1WKES, Optician CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

but he never made any faster time form cf kidney trouble.Dr. Established 1870.

than he did to get from under this Kilmer's Swamp.Rcot Is not recommended Commencing over thirty years ago in
for everything but if you have kid- the smallest way, the firm has stead- ELLWOOD
silver monarch. Square into the boat ney, liver or bladder trouble! it will be found iyt and rapidly grown, until nowHAWKES' FENCING
lust the remedy yoneed.. It has been tested SPECTACLES AND
the tarpon leaped, *nd for awhile the I
in so many ways, in hospital work,in private EYEGLASSES have a national
boat was filled with A wild, thrashing I practice, among the helpless too poor to pur. leputation, and are used in every A Full Line of
silver monster, whose contortions chase relief and has proved so successful in town and city throughout the south. Everything Usually Carried in
every case that a special arrangement has These famous glasses are ned by the a
caused the large silver scales to fiy been made by which all readers of this paper beat class of people in all communities First Class Hardware Store.

from its sides. It was all done in a who have not already tried it, may have a They are fold only by merchantsof .
sample bottle sent free by mail also a book recognized reliability- of whom
minute, but in that short interval of telling more about Swamp-Root and how to there Are now over 11,000 handling SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, TURPENTINE MILL
time there was "something doing" ins find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. these! goods; and when it is remembered AND MINING SUPPLIES
that boat. Hugh Cooper attacked the When writing mention reading this generous that there is only one agent in !
l struggling tarpon with his gaff hook offer in this paper and f t send your address to ;r can be somewhat appreciated.For MARION HARDWARE
and soon gained the mastery. The Dr.Kilmer&Co.,Binghamton ,W sale by CCOMPANY
boat and its occupants were a sight to N. Y. Theregular DR. 1TM.
I i A3HIERSOX.Never ,
' behold after the battle was over." fifty cent and Hom of 8w nip-Rooc l i ... i
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Senator Taliaferro only lacked 482 ,,,-uu,, wiRer I'rivtte* mm t....
Delegates to National Piano Dealers'
3Ibe Editor Ocala Banner: tcial bank. Your "s*fc .p
votes of having the requisite majorityover Convention Make
t All the ruokeo( the political battle Call, Jennings and Stocktonin FURTHER REVERSESReports IS PREY OF FLAMES New York, May 26.-While ISO above H Dim Bttttaiteti. $f..... &s. ...

fought na the lOW\ has tufticientlyileartd the whole state. While this forces delegates to the National Piano Deal- curacy jtuar ntrl.

ers' convention In Atlantic City waved Miss U N SINCUIK.
that results can be seen, it is another battle in the arena ou June 7,
Twelve Blocks of Prominent
of Bloody EngagementNear red lights and danced in a circle 200 -- ----. -

to te noted that tuuuy surprises .were the result is a foregone conclusion.! venerable square pianos have been
Business Firms Burned. NOTKC.NOTICE .
We could only s.e from the inception Pulantein. cremated to mark what the dealers
for the candidates I --
(In store only
term the passing of the old make ot
of this campaign ruin and disaster 1.. MKAKSV <.IVftMi rT
lu' the: I ClJlle..1it well. If we taice the GREAT LOSS TO JAPANESE. COMMUNICATION IS CUT OFF. Instruments.The ... iai4 t*.Marfy ta

for Mr. tocktou, aud we never: bonfire, which was built la an nor AT the Stale at P1ars1Oc1da.M1Ih.BJdo4 ..
candidate for Mr. Da- May. A. ,
governor. hesitated to say so. There Are Also Rumors of Heavy Prosperous Town In Mississippi Is open place on high ground blued Letters .*.*. oat ta. aiaj* CM****

vl" Buried otr( with a rapid pace, sup- If there had been any great principle Fighting at the Advanced Positionsof I Swept by Most Disastrous Fire, Entailing like a burning house and was not extinguished the attach*! the vwjk.4Flofl .*M.,*..*.
VTMlaM rii 2?
for several hours. *. .* .
juried hy niosr f 'he papers of the or i issue involved we would have General Focks' Forces-Other I Loss of Hundreds of Thou- W..CAHV,

state and with the great and good taken a different view, but throughour Far Eastern War News. I II sands of Dollars. HEIR I TO $';OQOOO. ClAftMCaC
I *, C CAUT.
own leuse we could only :disceru I I Memphis, Tenn. May 2ti.-A telephone -
Timt -Uuinu backlog him up to the :Mukden: May 23.; -11 p. m.-Accord-
an irmtiatr greed for puplic office, ing in the latest information obtainable I, report to The Scimitar from Good Fortune of Customs House .utt& H.aIL
U-ult3 show Mr. Davis is behind : In New
6nl h. intensified by the hypocritical disci the Japanese have resumed their I: Greenwood, Miss., says the town of Weigher York. ) CH4KTKK Of CtT fAt, ai, ,

which alsos>iio W9 tbat the press forward movement Several columnsare I i Yazoo City, Miss., is burning, and New York, May 26.-After having RARhOAD CoMrAVY.
plt-s of 'gr ift. the last communication with the city toiled more than 13 years at $2 a dayas The nnderstgaed do betefey IUIIUII

h& lo-jt ltd lulluencf with the people. f advancing though the bulk of the a; custom house weigher in a selves together a.a P.., L...... ....
We sugar
this in <
say no disparagement > 'I was to the effect that the fire had ... .
invading army Is still near Feng Wang got provisions 01 the ..1* S... ....
IJroward with all the opposition and Mr. :Stockton. He is a gentleman of Cheng. completely beyond the control of the refinery here Patrick J. Hennessy of Florida and do. pabUaa j jIncorporation. Iswi ......

Brooklyn, has suddenly found hlmsell
ridicule of tluIUlljlrlt> of the news many admirable traits of character. Tnere are persistent reports of a I volunteer firemen and citizens. to be the heir of 1100,000. ARTIC1.M I.
The name of this Corporate stall CMa
Trains loaded with fire apparatu' m >
patent, goes uuder the wire ahead of But the treachery of pretended friends bloody battle having taken place be- Hennessy became cognizant of his TAL Rnsa RAILKOAD cown Ta" mjm*
tween the Japanese army advancing Are being rushed from Greenwood ana pal place of busmen ot ta. aanaMMM ffini
"Our Bob." bbeen the the will-o'-the-wist to Jackson.It rood fortune through an advertisement at ucala Marion CMtaty. FtMlaV wttMai
along; the railroad from Pulantien and Inserted In a local here branch office a*may be >M|.>. by Ik* MW
Brown, who caught the anathemas allure a good wan into the quagmiresof the Russians near Kin Chou. Liao is said that 12 blocks of business paper of Directors.
I by a firm of London solicitors who ARTICLE IL
of the fraternity was heralded Tung peninsula resulting in the defeat houses and residences have succumbed -
newspaper defeat. I to the flames. have in charge an estate left by lieu.nessy's The general J1&tarultM bmin**M a*.....
of the Japanese with great loss. acted by this Corporation shall ... la
wind the winning uncle. The
In the us latter
up Thousand of the very best men in wa a
Small parties of Japanese scouts The fire originated in the block occupied operate a r.l1r.4 ItM* i1
wealthy merchant of Melbourne. H4 Crystal River at or near a place aHa
out third. DaDuitte'
candidate cornea Florida were those who gave Mr. have been seen northeast of Mukden, I by the Western Union ana in Citrus county Florida to the ...a
to Australia
firmer candidate ( Postal Telegraph companies and the went In his youth and the ellon, in Manon county KfMt. UK IN fI
the only o I Stockton their but
Mays, votes! but thee:: are at a considerable distance no nephew sought his fortune la America such railroad so to be co>uniei4, *

have all the important body of the enemy has been Telephone Exchange, and shortly afterwards and operated as near is BUT b*. <.
should gathered
whom seeing of
now the utter futility pursuing all never having seen his benefactor since miles and the counties of th Mat .'
leads located in this vicinity. communication with the childhood. through which said railroad t* Wi II
kimutii of the f&trmIageI'tueut, the controversy any further. city was completely cut off. made. are the counties of Cittv aid ........ -

the race in the rear. Is it not strauge? We believe Senator Taliaferro will Liao Yang May 25.-There are further It is reported that the residence of NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor its This corporate corporation name to shall hold bar sad the eao)rifM..*.i

Mr. Maya it is said, i is a self made be re-nominated: on June 7, and we rumors of heavy fighting at the Hon. John Sharp Williams, minorlt/ creating a Special Tax Scnool District at and proper personal for the property ne net a* nay purpwe be M III a

advanced of General Focka'- leader In the house of representatives, maintaining and it. raU
positions Fa eptrsu
and flue business man ; a man believe now have for several, 1
man as we
aforesaid,and shall have ta ._
has been destroyed by the flames. poner swrcf
forces on the Lao Tung peninsula, HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN coDMinctbuild. ?
who und.s at the topmost round ofthe months that he ought to be. NOTICI-: be held at Fairfield. Marion maintain etuwe s4 mtHmt
past, but the correspondent of the Associated City is a prosperous city of railroad line from or near a place iIW4 Ctfatai
county. between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and
on Crystal river, la Lucas HarMa.
ladder IB his chosen profession as We have gone further than I hi.We .-. Press has been unable to officially 6.000 inhabitants.. located In the famous sundown of the town of Dunnellon, ta cowMy.Mann iPiI.%M

Yazoo Delta. It is located 4o Tuesday. JEllY 21th. A. D. Florida.
; 1901
of whoin'uausht can confirm the .
a former; a man have even said if would h'e reports.JAPANESE said
under iu
corporation .
miles trom Jackson for the purpose of creating a special tax school rpe.M.shall aw
the capital of the
be caid save; that which isj] good. He been an act of to Mr. Stocktonhad I district to be known as the Fairfield Special Tax: have tbe right 'o accept patftaia. ..*...
mercy state the Yazoo hold lease atdcunvcy Nat. M,
RENDEZVOUS.Six on and Mississippi; School District. The boundaries of the above any ptrarny.

aUuia well at home, which is the best )[r. Taliaferro received the Valley railroad.At m proposed? for said district described are hereby in a petition changed ask-by construct sonal or,mixed maintain which and nuy oietat be* *a a tii=ar

the Why 1 o'clock this afternoon all efforts order of the Board of Public Instruction so as to and have power and right to bMtaw _
of all. question. of
requisite majority all the votes: cast Thousand Troops Have Been Land. read as follows: and to issue bonds for same,sec re4 ay a __

should such a good man be left so far on Miy 10th. ed at Takushan. to secure communication with All sections 7, 8. 17. iS, J9. 20. 29 and 30 of gage upon aay:or all c.t ala said ;pMH,.
to erect such butldiogt depots aa4 ..
the town proved futile. township 13 south range 21 east and sections u,
operate such machinery ud do .....
behind in a race where the farming When this inevitable 13. 23. 24. 25 and 26 of township 13 south range
to us condition isjas CIte Foo, :May: 25.-2 p. m.-Chinese east. things accordance with the law .f vl

clement had it in their power to elect as the tides: of the :oce>tu, junks arrived from Takushan, a port I TO HAPPY HUNTING GROUNDS. 20 of And millage to elect to be three assessed trustees and and collected to fix the for rate the proper relating for to its railroad advantage corporauoos aid beatli...H B.M R

lying southwest of Antung, report the two ensuing have all the right, aod be subjected ... *.
him? again we ask, in the name of reason< electors years.said election all liabilities a* are provided la .... apbis' i *
la 1392 the populists had a candidAte landing of 6,000 Japanese troops at I Chief of Ukiah Tribe Dies at Ace- of Qualified and qualified voters of said district are registered who- Revised Statutes of the Mate! of Plods. a4 awlaws
what id the of the
use prolonging
Takushan on the 21st instant. 107. pay a tax on real or personal property therein. amending the same
for It was said Jefferson have been It iball bave power for the (ipr.s*
governor. agcuyauy futher?--Floridiau.Forcibls Another junk from Pitsewo reportsthe Ukiah, Cal., May 26.-Charles Penio inspectors The following ana den persons of said election.V. appointed exclusive lue for geartal buiiata*

county gave a very extraordinary Japanese landing a small number the oldest chief of the Ukiah tribe, A. Yongue and J.V.,A.J..bmoak.Jones and Clerk.L. L. Has fey, corporation wharves, elev.tot'llDd to constiact bridles and or bail*. ..,... ..

Urge and unanimous majority for Facts. of troops there every day. and is dead at Cox ranchero and the In- inspectors By order ot tne floard ot Public Instruction same: to purchase constnwt an4 niiila >>trine -

building temporary barracks on Elliott I dians are celebrating a death feast. this the stn day of April, 1904. Railway and RailfeaiTenatiaaa) %l
candidate point its said line of r.iINH.t a
governor against the populist l:One-sixtn of the deaths from di >eae Attest! G. S. SCOTT.W. upon
island. where a hundred ships, In-1: Penlo was 107 years of age and I). CAB.X: Chairman. may be necessary to|ive it
and unanimously in favor of the are due consumption. Nlenty-eight generally to have au the trurai is
eluding men-of-war and transports, {I' ruled the Uklahs long before the white Secretary. 15 are given to railroad .
It also I percent. of all those who have used subjected to all liabilities as pnwMt4 eilaws
democratic nominee. was have made a rendezvous. Only small \ settlers arrived and the death of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoveryfor of Florida, relating to wme.ARTICLK .
Mid that this lame vote was greatly! skirmishes are reported along the j many whites lie at his door. lie was NOTICE. ilL

"wee s lungs, eave been perfect. western shore of the Liao Tung peninsula judge and jury for the tribe, but was EXAMINATION FOR
la me* of the number of vote** Jefferson j I tullE REGULAR JUNE The amount ol Capital< ....
Cornelius Tuesdav
ly and permanently cured. up to the 22d. Heavy firing deposed about 25 years ago for killing J teachers will take place in Ocala on be Filly Tbotuaad UotWr.
enunty wa entitled to under MeCaoiley of Leechbur, Armstrong was heard in the direction of Port Sam Warden. Warden and another June meet 7th, 1904 at Ocala, atg o'clock.High School White;building applicantswill and bnares of the par value 01 fias pet ......
same shall be Doa..__'*. sad sm*..i
the poll tax: prerequisite law. Those Co., Pa., had iu all eighty one hemorrhages Arthur yesterday, indicating that a Indian had quarreled over a game ot colored applicants at Howard Academy build. lor in Uwful money of the VssI.dSSiiss.
issued. Ten ol I tIM ....
men (the populists) are back iu the ,. He says: "My doctor did land attack has been commenced as cards, and the other Indian was killed. ing.All parties who expect to teach school in subscribed per and cent paid fDI'ARTICLE CSpMMbetn

and are accorded all all he could for me but could not stop the Japanese fleet Is not to be seen !I Penio was sent for and had Warden pired Manon certi county cate., not will already be required holding to take an unex-this IV.

f, democratic party the hemorrage?i. and all gave me up off Port Arthur. j I tied to a tree to be shot. He dodgecr examination. The questions on Theory and The term for which tht c..r4t, ...

the rights of the elective franchise What Dalny '! the first bullet, which so infuriate* Practice"ill be taken from beeley's New School exi-it shall be ninety-nine (99)ARTICLE ,..,..
to die with consumption, refugees say that Genera Management. Pnce;$I 00 at H. B. Masters.

save the holding of oftl e.UXow the doctors could not do "Golcen Ml'dicalDi'lcovery" Stoessel has taken all the cash from 'I I the chief that he seized an ax and Ocala One,dollar Fla. will be charged each applicant according V.

the did. It stopedthe hem- the Port Arthur and Danly banks, chopped off Warden's head. Penio to law. The business! of this corpora)**. ...... a* ...
question 1:5. did they resent | I W. D. CARX ducted by a Resident, J* rrtfy sad TMI
so that the depositors are unable to I was held in jail for several months, General laa
It orrages and cured their cause. This I Supt. Pub. last. and Manager (more aat
l ion of Jefferson '-ounty in cash checks. but none of the Indians could be in. may be filled by tile same pw.s*>. ...
is out of thousands. Investigate I .
one case !: I --- -- ------ BoardoFiceDirtctorsIobe rUrtai
looks tIO. i the fact. There are two Takushans on the duced to testify against him. NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE by the i'ockhoUlers, and fries wl
of all is the Liao Penio had always resented the en shall be elect ,! the prt Mii.
Jut the most surprising Tung peninsula. One lies about
Free. Dr. Pierce's great work, The treasurer; all td'whom shall be
f Brown. The 40 miles southwest of Antung, and croachment of the whites and was and shall be elected by IM i...U......
* attitude of Hon. C. M. People's Common Sense! Medical Adviser N THE 4rH DAY OF AUGUST, 1904.THE annual meeting, which hall be ..... at
the other is situated midway between considered dangerous. He was buried 0 undersigned will present her accounts and Florida.on the first Midway ul ktyal
aupporters of Mr. Brown thought is sent oujreceipt of stamps Pitsewo and Talienwan bay. The lat in Indian style, with his pony and vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge,
to cost of mailing only. Send 21 and ask tor a final settlement and discharge as year.William N.Camp shall U rn.$.**.......
he represented and stood for what was pay ter is the point at which the Japanese war implements. administratrix! of the estat.. of Julia P. John Camp shall be Secretary and Tr**....,.... .
makeup one-cent stamps for paper covt-rei I son dtceased,this 4th day of February, I9<>4. C.Camp shall be Central U-iUftf
nil that went to have been landing their
the antithesis troops FRANCES A. HOWSE. William N.CampCtaiCBtOla *
book, or 31 stamps for cl th bindiuir.Abdress I FORTUNE IN AN OLD COAT. 6m Administratrix
but when I and Is evidently the one referred to 2 5 lem Jack Camp aid Frank Drake laaH at
Mr. Davia'rellitforrn, Dr. R. \'. Pierce, Buffalo, N. above. I I the Board of Directors. All e fiaalaAbe
continued in office to CM 4itt 1M
read iu the Star: of May 20th that Y. Five $10,000 Treasury Notes In Pocketof ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. the company nail the elcettea N4 ajMaV .
with tion ol their II ucce*llOr.. to toe elwlol M MM. i
had 'had a heart to heart talk Closed Mercantile Traffic. Moth-Eaten Garment. election bell uLder thc pfovMca* A Rumor Without Foundation.To .
Hon. 11. W. Davis finds they are in Seoul May 24.-4:30 p. m.-(Delay New York, May 26.-Five $10,000 XfOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL tide.

'" the Editor the Ocala Banner. ed in Transmission).-The Japanese treasury notes have been found in an IN on September nth. 1904. present to Hon ARTICLE VI.
accord on public airairs, and he will Robert Bullock,county judge in and forIarion The highest amount ofma1sbt.
Henry Gordon.candid-ite for sheriff authorities have closed all mercantile old moth-eaten coat purchased by Elmer county, Florida my accounts and vouchers for to which this company can at a ..
nupporl Mr. DivU for (governor, as traffic at Yongampho and none but Eckerson, of Bogota, N. J., at an final settlement as administrator of the estate itself.shall be the sum of Fifty
ol E. M. Henderson deceased. aadwill ask for lars ($50.000)).
tells me that there is a rumor going
one of his supporters, I have bowed government craft are allowed to ascend auction sale of unclaimed baggage in a final discharge as such administrator. Dated ARTICLE VII

the rounds in the that he railroad station. this March u, 1904.V. .
the county the river whIch. since the a Tbename.ofthcambscsbSslticthese .
he,d in shame uud pray tor occupation \ HENDERSON Admr. -
my Neither the trunk northe coat it contained Estate of K. M. Henderson Deceased. article of ineorpuraUM aft a*
of the Manchurian Japan 3116111
drew J. H. shore
such as the king a pistol on Livingston!; jr., by and their paccs of resiaeiK*. wwJi lbs
sack cloth and : has been open. Themeasures bore any marks of identifica- of stock subscribed. by each. I* Ml J
several It.i\S ago on the streets of each of their names:
commanded his subjects tion. Eckerson about to throw
of Ninevah : taken are similar to those adopted at was NOTICE. ......

aa well as the beasts of the field to Ocala during a tight ir. which the Chinampo, prior to the landing of the the garment away when he discoveredthe :SAME. ........ CMMtW. .

tbew..elwith to repent before Utter was engaged. I was present nt second Japanese army on tile Liao treasure carefully wrapped in oiled A. E.ot Deloue Ed. Delourst administrator gives notice with tbat will on annexed th- W. N. CAMPOcftta Vsi.. _.. _-__ -

clothe the unpleasantness referred to and I Tung peninsula.The silk. The lucky buyer is 63 years: old nth day 0/ & ..ln\llfr.: J90/, CLARE JACK .,CP.CA3oIP.t :.....-..... ..
Hod of the sins at their: Yalu river is now presumablythe and will at once take a vacation I la he will present his accounts and vouchers to th I-RANK ......._ I
AND did not see auytlilugofthe kind, and Europe. county judge for final settlement and ask fore R.C. CAMP___Oeata. PI....._...... .
AN EX-COSFEDERATE rendezvous of the third army part discharge. This 9th day of March. 1904 .
. BROWN. believe that I would have seen it if he of which already landed at Takushan.A A E DELOUEST S b ettbi z It..........
SUPPORTER 311 em 6m Administrator Etc. W. ". CAMP.
had done so. Mr. Gordon has askedme body of Cossacks, 1,000 strong, I GEORGIA WOMAN SUICIDES. clA k....C*..

Another Gordon Admirer. to make this public denial of the Is now reported near the port of Seng -- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVETO a.PIJACK C.UK CAW.MUMUt,
Chon. Demented Mrs. Stephen Jones Takes

Te the Editor of the Ocala Banner.Up charge against him, which I take Life With Pistol. SELL MINER'S LAND. CAM

to thin time I have refrained : pleasure: in doing. I Quiet at New Chwang. Jackson Ga., May 20.-Mrs. Stephen N'uTloiTls HhKEllV June. A D.GIVEN 1904. THA I will r ON apply THE to State of Florida.CountyofManoo.. ><

from writing anything for the ue\vs- P. V. LEAVENGOOD. New Chwan, May 24, Midnight. Jones committed suicide Monday at I Hoc. Robert Bullook, county judge in and for I hereby certify that brim aw ,.
Manon ,state of Florida. at his office in William N. data. Uiuan.3
her home, 8 miles in the country by county speared
*"' In favor of my choice for (Delayed in Transmission. fair Ocala in said county for an order authorizingme Jack Camp, R. C. c.... sad fra** ...
l' 1\1&1 The U. S. Bureau of Education. force is now patrolling the city witha Buootins herself through the head with as guardian ot the minor heirs of esta e ofT to me well known be tie ...iuis ai
it heriir of Marion county, but I think H. Finton decu ed. to sell at private sale subscribed bt**ad thei __.
( According to the last census there field battery at the forts. It te a the following property belonging to said estate going articles of MMorporatka. aad tI
M It only proper that I should add my unusually quiet here, with no excite- Her husband had come to Jacksonto to-wit: Southeast quarter of northwest quarterand them severally toe .....11. did tmm. .
in the United States 14,794,403 northeast quarter ot sou'hwest quarter of before me that be tigaed tb* east r
their two little
mite to that already written iu favor are ment or rumors of any nature. The bring daughtersto section twenty-eight (28) township fourteen (14)) corporation a* a Mbacribtag i **r,afjt af

males over thirty years old. Toe efficient staff of native runners is un- take music lessons, and while they south. range twenty-two ((22) east Marion county said Articles of InarfporaUoa. sad M MM M
of Henry Gordon, the popular can- ,Florid:!. scribing Incorporator did ..wk..... that M
United States; Bureau of Education able to obtain any inkling of tie Jar were away the deed was commuted. Said lands belonging t!)'.the estate of the said had subscribed fr the aaMaat ul Caatttl Maal
dldate from Duunellou. I have It was caused from insanity her" Thomas-. Finton. deceased. to be sold for the set opposite his name.
movements, and the Russians
,3 that these divided anese: best interest of said minor heirs IfurtberctrtifytktmVItispublic -,
known him for a long time and have estimttes are positively will not discuss their plans mother now being in the asylum. This 5th day of Mav* 1904. expires on the itta day.f,...." .AJv

educationally as follows: since it is evident that Muk is She leaves a husband and four chil. 'i 6 ANNA L. FINTON. 1905.
watched his career ever.since he fiist c-u. Guardian. In witness whereof I have anaaaw Ml Mf

Class 1. Without education 1,757,023.Class : apt to change them at any moment. dren. -- hand and affiietl my efiaM SM(.Mi*lM fi
tame to this county some years ago day of April A. D. ifHPublscs -
- ---- Commercial activity has been renew NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALf. lScatl --- .. ...
merchandise 2. With only common scho'ltraining *** .,.......It .
general Notary ....
and a ed in this section of the peninsula. Bonus for Employes.

tore as clerk. While there he won or trained outside of organized Many vessels are arriving and departIng New York May 25.-Officers of the UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN State of Florida. (

schools . 12,0)4,333. for and and tendered by the Hon. W.S Bullock. Marion County.)
he Shanghai, Hong Kong American Smelting Refining company
the highest esteem of everybody judge 01 the Circuit Court of the 5th Judicial Before me personally apisad WUHaM H.
Class 3. With regular high school other southern ports, the Russians exercising will within a few days, divide Circuit of Florida sit ing in chancery for Marion Camp. Clarence Camp. Jcc Caaiy, R c Cpaa
ith either in a busi- in a certain cause pending therein f tha aU A
in contact county andfrankDrke.amhJOrIY >t
came training added . 657,432.Class no supervision over these $100,000 In cash among their employes, wherein T. A. Lamb comolainant.and Joseph to the above proposed charier, wha hamr 0..>
1es or social way, and it was thepopularity movements. Heavy freighting is going in accordance with the profit-sharing C. Baskin and wife'Manon E.Baskin.and East sworn by me. each upon atsoth did **ati.l
4. With college higher education Florida Ice :Manufacturing Co a corporation.are they constituted a majority of tW aaMMMr h ;"
he gained while in that on over the Tien Tsin railroad. scheme announced two years ago. Ar defendants.said decree rendered on the 19th the above Article of 11KIDrp9f'et,Hil 1

added! . 325,613.Do : rangements are now being perfectedto daY of February. A. D. 1904 I will offer for saleto River Railroad Company, and that Hi*Hst,o.,
which made! the people of the highest and best bidder for pub in good faith to coastract,. iatM .
position May Resist a Landing. divide the cash in proportion to Ik outcry. before the court house door, south inOcal. the railroad mentwaed i. ***4 pe.4=
him to take hold ". Marion county Florida between tbe w. N. CLfl.cLAaIcac4I.p.
Duuuellon request Hong Kong May 26.-Four Chinese the amounts of earnings. Superintendents -
NotBe Imposed Upon. hours of II a. m. and 2 p. m. on the first Monday .
o( the police department of that city. gunboats and two torpedo boat destroyers managers, assistants and assistant in June,A.. D. 1904 to wit;. It.Co CUI'
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated PKAXK **1t..
Jane 6. A.D.i4.
that position he have arrived at Macao, the superintendents, together wit CAlif
: JACK ,
Wince his election to and Tar throat and
I Honey as a lung the following described real property in Marion
the citizens Portuguese settlement in Kwang Tung ftremen: and assistant foremen, cheiau's county, Florida to-wit: The south half of the Sworn and.ub..cril.ed twfcre M tU. .... Mjy
has been ever} thing that remedy, and on account of the great province to support the demand of the and assayists and a number ot southwest qnarier of the northeast quarter and of April A. D. IG4o,

of that town could dl' ir*. He has merit and popularity of Foley's Hon viceroy of Canton for the extradition
shown that hediddo hi duty regardlew ey and Tar many imitations are offered rJ..a. fiiUv'. from Chines* Justice. The south range 22: east.containing forty acres moreor ... -----
less,or so much thereof as may be necessaryto
feelings He is a for the eenume. Ask for Foley's August 10th Date Fixed. satisfy said final decree and costs of suits. NOTICE

of personal Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute government" the Portuguese settlement Savannah, Ga., May 5.-Th H. M. HAMPTON.
don'tbelieve 5 6 Special Master in Chancery VTOTICB IS HEREBY
brave and fearless man, and offered as no other preparationwill Is preparing to resist a landingby ,,League of Georgia Municipalities: is i>i endersigued. a* II Ga'aH'

the voters of Marion county give the same satisf tioD. It j is the Chinese. to meet In Savannah in August sod respectively She talus

will ever regret it if they make him mildly laxative. It contains no opiates Mayor Meyers has settled on August ITORS. Sfu'daytMtItIaQJ. .t. A"

and is safest for children and delicate Black Sea Flea Mobilizing.New 10 as the date during that meeting of apply to the coonty )>dg" ./ Ma" .MMr
their fcherltt. I can certainly assure IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- Florida at Ocala. FU. for the palpa.. 07 Mil'a4 -
Poslofflce Drug Store. Yorfck :May 26.-News has been the laying of the corner stone of the NOTICE
persons. mFOIEISHOHEYHM legatees distributees and all persons tug final settitiatniof their ac.a4s Af
jlm a hearty support from this pre- received from St. Petersburg according I new city hall. It will be made an having claims or demands against the estate of final discharge.

duet voter here to a Times dispatch from Vienna event of great and Senators Jonn F. Edwards. deceased to present the H.. JMtJII.v. .
as nearly every I ceremony same within two years 01 they will be barred A. atmD..
well. that 14 vessels of the Black: sea fleet Bacon and Clay and other distinguished this the 3rd day of February. 1904. F..ptjA&iji '.
knows him, and knows him DOLLY C. EDWARDS. I. Law
are being mobilized and placed in men will be invited to be
6t Administratrix. Eieoif i
CAMP IZARD VOTER.I ttob'.tbe(' .jh and healalvftsi' :2 5 II-II. Ijbn.
readiness for service. present.

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"ilan's uon-attendence at church ..-....- >s
i M'nlt'ej and the supposed reasonsthrrffor J'..;."" ...... t
," has been discussed by the J '

clergmen iu many New York pulpits. E
They ascribe the absence of men from 1' ABE TEA POT GROCERY. ;

church to lack of religious sentiment. L
and a disbelief in the orthodox
religion of salvation. .-......-. :;:
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Rev Dr. Minot J. oivage, of the
church of the Messiah, said: ---- i iCERTAINTIES
"There are some people in the world
who do not go to church because theyare : --
bad, but there are more personsin '
whom there is no developed relig- --- -......-.-
ious sentiment,nothing to which a re- .- --
ligous: service appeals,just as there are ..- --
persons with little artistic musical ---
appreciation."A --
,:hauge has come over the peo --
pie and it seems that the whole otho-
dos plan salvation is now discred F
ited. I. ==
HVhen making excuses about goingto I ___
church people always have one -- ......
point in view: 'What shall I get? ......
What shall I enjoy?Shall I be pleased .
with the music?Shall 1 b. thrilled i.: .\ .--- ;>
.with the eloquence?Remember that it --e
ia more blessed to give than to receive -- ......
and that the attitude of a beggar all ---- :
though life is not the noblest that a .- ...... .
man can take.' -- ---
Rev. Dr. I. M. Haldeman, in the --- --_-_
First Baptist Chuich said: I --
"The rising generation i: not a
church going one. This may be accounted -
for by the fact that this generation
is more intellectual than the

previous one, but intellectually is F -.....-.. .
not and ought not to be a bar againstthe --
church. ......
"Men do not believe in the bible. --
They say the book contains uncer-

those tainties.unnatural As long as sentiments they will have the The niaj ority are in favor of the former. a

Church attendance by the male sex --- .

will Dr.always N.D.Hillis continue, at Plymouth to lag." church [ That explains partly our position with the

Brooklyn, scathingly rebuked the
tendency of the times to place

.. session material of development knowledge and above the morals pos : trade. Our establishment is really a First

and the obedience of laws. ......

F the"It power is always of a nation a sign,of he the said"decay when of Class Grocery Store, and a model of its kind.. 3

we lose all interest in our sages, seers
and poets who stand forth with words .
or warning."In -: J

1849 Carlyle hurled thunder .-.....-.-
bolts at England's economic system. .....
England scoffed at him. He said

England was making industrial OUR STOCK IS ELEGANT.
machines of her men, in the very '
counties where the war department -
deems them until for military ::
service." .QI
Sunday School Convention.The --
Sunday School Convention of I-- --

the Baptist Eastern Association District to of be the held Maiion with I E High class goods are well represented, as are in fact,

the First Baptist Church of O aIa, '...

May 11:00 ll'Sth a.and m.29th Introductory, 1904.PROGRAM.SATCRDA'. sermon. I| all grades from the most expensive to the cheapest. 3.

Rev J.M I. Deveueau.

J.2:30 G.Spurlin.p. m. Address Alternate of welcome W.T. Gary.: by I E Our assortment is Matchless, and our values Unexcelled. 3

Response, Rev. H. Martin. .... ,
3:00 p.m. Business session,Organization

Ule seugt'rs., Reading Appointing reports committees.DISCUSSIONS. Enrolling. If you desire all the Certainties which such advanta-

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1st. Query. "How can we have then call and
training schools for our Sunday p ges insure inspect our Groceries and 3

Schools?" Led by J. A. Stevens, of --

school Citra.2nd. teacher".''hat?is" expected Mrs. Will of a Hocker.Sunday: | prices. The largest and finest stock in the city.

3rd. "Which is best to be
.. .-.-....-
and entertaining and get all kinds of .
people into the Sunday: School, or to I __
make Bible study and character build- I ......
ine the main objects?" By G. W. .

Barker 7:30 p.,of m.Anthony.Song service Mrs. J. E We Solicit Your Trade Upon Our Merits. I

C. Porter. ....
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7:-15 p. m. Does Sunday school --
work pay? Rev.E. M.Dunklin.
SUNDAY. Yours for More Business '
9:t5 a.w. Regular Sunday school. ,
r, 10:30 a. m. Sunday school talk/ ...... .
Rev H. C. Martin. ____
11:00 a.m Sermon by Rev. L. D. ....-... __ :.
Geizer. ...... --
2:30 p. m. How can the childrenbe ..... .. ..-...- -
Induced to interest themselves
more in the study of the Sunday lesson? By Mis- Fannie TEA POT GROCERY. :

3:00 p. m. What shall we do with
our boys? \V.S. Bullock. I.-. ___
3:30 p.m. Business session. I -
7:30 p. w. Song and praise service ---4

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