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:
June 3, 1904
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Mr. Raysor and Miss Lester Married 1I
To the Master and Warden and Members of

I Daniel's Tonic Pills J Last Night. I Marion Dunn Lodge F. and A.M.No.19.

I At 8:30 o'clock Wednesday night Your committe appointed to draft

resolutions referring to the death of
E; For Malaria in all forms. Xo cure no pay. -5 I Mr. Ben E. Raysor and Miss Perla onr late brother James M. Benton, z
Lester were united in marriage.
r beg to make report and submit the
-.. I The Bedding took place at the homeof h 1a
== : following:
..1' the bride's uncle and aunt :Mr.
-- :::: -- Whereas, it has pleased the Great
and Mrs. S. A. Standley on Ocklawaha '
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== Architect of the Universe in His all y
avenue and was a very quiet one.
wise providence to call to the Grand I
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Only the immediate relatives of Mr. \ t
I ta,,5' Lodge above\ our brother James M.
'" Ray son I1tHI Miss Lester! were present.
;:;. \I -_ The cereUlouy wad performed in the
I -r Therefor \b-i it resolved by Marion
parlor, which had been very prettily
I -- Dunn Lodge, No. 19. .
ri I decorated with evergreens and pink 4
_- c' -- -_ First: Tim our city has lost au
:: ::::: carnations. To the strains of Lohengren's .e 2 t
upright citizen and good man add a V
I wedding march played by Miss *
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Eloise Miller the bride and groomentered $
1 : That this lodge has lost a. A f
the parlor from the library _
| POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE \ member of whose record we all feel
and in a short and impressive service,

y- Prescriptions receive careful attention.. =-= Rev. L.V.. Moore pastor of the proud. heartfelt
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: That the
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== Methodist church made them man ,
L1 ji jl jl jl jl jl jl jl jl jl jl'jl' jl jl jlljl jlljlljl jlljlljl jllts; and wife. this lodge be and the same is here- 7 vtt

by extended to. his family in this, ; ; .' .
The bride wore & lovely dress of
I ._ their great hour of trial with the Aq 1t r
white silk tissue over taiTeta, with aWet' ?
prayer of the G. A. U. that He will
touch of gold in the trimmings.She .
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE bless to them this mysterious visitation
carried a bouquet of white carnations -
of His Providence.
and was a sweet and girlish
Fourth: That these resolutions be
LANDS.If looking bride. She has made her .
spread on the minutes of this lodge
home in Ocala for several years and I
and a copy be sent to his family and
has made many friends, who wish her
also to the Ocala Banner and Ocala
have phosphate lands wish to sell or every happiness in her married life.
you any :you Star for publication.Ocala .
communicate with him. Mr. Raysor is one of our most active
lease on royalty
Florida May 24th. 1904.
and enterprising young business men
and besides being largely engaged in
truck growing principally watermelons E. W. DAVIS

Office next to Dr.Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. and cantaloupes is a broker Committee.Miss .

,1.. and has teen quite successful. Starting -
Clara Johnson's
Tacky Party
I at the foot of the ladder he has

I SiBA HIZABETH EASBIS, Local Siitcr I Mr. Henry Stevens, of High Springs won out on true push and merit. Miss Clara Johnson entertained I

Mr. and Mrs. Raysor for the presentare forty ot her young friends at a "tacky

l HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I is Isaac visiting Stevens his, for parents a-'few days.Mr. and Mrs. at home with Mr. Raysor's party" Monday the home of CANDIDATE! ( f FOR R GDYERNOR( 8 Of flORID!

parents on Ocklawaha avenue. The her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ThomasH.

Mrs. D. C. Crain left Sunday: for first of will St. Johnson
July they go to Louis on North Main stieet.

.. )[ '!*. F. W. Kunzp 'returned Wed- "Waverly, Illinois, where her husbandhad New York and other cities and when This party was quite the event among Received a Big Ovation in

several weeks .
nesday from a visit to Kendrick.Mr. gone previous.The they teturn will live in the cot the children and bad been looked for-

next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. tage just back of the Rayor place ward to with the greatest eagerness.
C. E. Taylor has returned from
rb Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat which they reoently purchased. The forty children in their various Tampa Last night
a ten days visit at Tavares.Mr. of Tampa will be
surgeon --- -
strange queer and tacky getups was
Miss Camay's Piano Recital. I
J, W. Crosby is up from Au- I June 16ih Montezuma hotel. indeed a most interesting sight. And J
The thirteenth annual concert of
l burndale visiting! hisfamily for a few Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cline enter- Miss Kate Gamsby's music pupils the children had, as they all expressed .....O...........C.4...................N.............

days. the Dunnelloa visitors to tained quite a number of their friendsat took place at the Ocala House Tuesday, had just the best time of their : .When SL Bee Lights, i

Among a most delightful "pit" party Fri night and was a most pleasant and -
Ocala Wednesday was Mr. Robert the Miss
During evening Gertrude
day night. i
entertaining event. In the musical And stays there there's honey in the pilfer
Peyser played a march and the child
Mr. George F. Dili mar, of Holder, circles of our city Miss Gamsby's concert : Possibly you have observed that customers stay
her i
Mrs. J. A. Jordan accompanied is always looked forward to with ren formed and marched through the
Monday to spend superintendent of the Buttgenbach rooms so that the judges could decide .
husband to Tampa
the and is
greatest pleasure always withMUNROE

; a week. Thosphate Puesday. Company, was in OCAla greatly enjoyed.The who deserved the prizes. The judges i & CHAMBL1SS, BANKERS, !

t Mrs. Caro Murrell Miss
M. Brooks
Mr. William audience was a large and
Mrs. G. S. Scott and daughter, Mi..s Rev. L.1 B. Warren ant OCALA FLORIDA : :
men visiting they .
1 is among tie prominent cultured one and the applause :

t in Ocala. Louise Scott, left. Tuesday for White received by the young players showed awarded the first prizes to Miss Josie ....1................................................:
1 Springs, where they will spend a few Bullock and Hugo Mclntosh and the
Uddon went toI I how much their music was enjoyedand '" :
( )[ri. Mallory up weeks.
Jacksonville Tuesday to spend two I appreciated.Rev. booby prizes to Miss Lillian Anderson T. W. SMITH & COMPANY

II Mrs. Lee :Miller who has been visiting Henry W. Little, in the and Willian Camp William
weeks with friends. I
.I Jli s Christian Cook during Mr. delightful manner! that is so entirelyhis created much amusement by his impersonation HARDWARE,

Miss i Lizzie Teague of Lady Lake, I Miller's absence in Cuba, returned own announced the numbers on of "Aunt Dinah." r

the um- The dining We carry a full line of Builder's Materials, such a* 1l+>un, !$!8ah
has gone to Georgia to spend home Saturday afternoon. the program and also presented the room was very prettily

I mer months. medals. decorated, the predominating color Blinds, Paints, Oils Varnishes, Ete.
While it is a foregone conclusion

lift) Miss Lillian Schlemmer, of Cedar that Mr. Taliaferro will win in the The program was composed of nineteen being red. The centerpiece was of STOVES, RANGES REFRIGERATORS.
red and a bouquet red roses adornedthe
Keyis visiting her brother ,)[r. C. second primary, this fact must not numbers, the youngest membersof table. Draped from the ehandal* All kinds of Agricultural Implements, Klwood., Kokowo .n.i

H. Schlemmer. let his friends grow luke warm..I.JI' the class performing and Miss American Wire Fencing.
ier to the of the table red
corners were
Peyser,who is regarded as Ocala's most Give call. We'll satifact*<
Valmore Izlar has gone to his old us a guarantee you Hi.
satin ribbons and the effect
Henry Sistrunk, who has been, accomplished and talented musician, very
C. to
home in Blackville S. spend .
1 quite sick for the past week is greatly played the last number, which was pretty. 0,
sometime with relatives. The fun and merriment was kept T.I-W. SMITH & CONPANY.
improved much to the pleasure of in truth a musical treat.

Misses Blanche Lindner and Ossie his many friends. The members of the <.h sVere up until after eleven o'clock and Miss Wdst Side Public Squirt,

Griffin, of Anthony, were shopping in Alice Sexton, Mable Meflert, Merle Clara as a hostess acquitted herself

Mr. A. D. ) most -
Muckenfus beautifully.The
Ocala Wednesday. repre- Biggs, Helen Brown, Una Taylor,

(. cents the Armour Car Line, is in the Norton Davis Clarence Zewadski Anti-Monopoly Again Sold.
. Mr. and Mrs. \\'. E. Allen, of McIntosh city. He will remain here during the The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store has PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WA60N.
Hope Rboinson: Ethel Haycraft, Nellie -
were pleasant visitors to this watermelon and cantaloupe season. again changed hands, Dr. J. W.
Gottlieb, Alta Pearson, Anna
We are prepared to
city Wednesday.The Cartel its late owner having sold out
Miiou,Mary Gates Sara Davis, Mary OCALA nigh OCALA
Mr. C. Y. ) of
Presbyterian church is being Miller Leroy, was in Burford, Jean Austin and Lillian to Mr. H. C. Groves, of this city and

freshly painted, which adds greatly to Ocala yesterday and says that the Anderson.In Mr. H. W. Walters of Americus, Ga. ICE & IOE ICE &
citizens of
Crystal River are prepay The have been and the
Its appearance. the senior class the gold medalwas papers signed \ACIING PACKING
ing big time for the
a picnicers today.
formal transfer will perhaps occur
won by Jean Austin and the
Mr. J. F. Williamson, of this city I today. COMP8HY, On short notice at any COMPANY
Mr. Bob Adams is now visitinghis junior class silver medl was awarded i
the hotel I point city or State
was registered at Aragon ,
Mr. Watters is and
brother Mr. Houston Adams a
in to Clarence Zewadski. In awarding

Jacksonville, Tuesday. Atlanta. In a short while he will go the medal Mr. Little made a most druggist of experience and we gladly PHONE .34 WATCH..FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34.

to Mr. Earnest Crook returned from a to St. Louis to spend the summer at charming talk pleasing the scholars welcome him to Ocala.

visit to Jackson- the exposition. Dr. Castell has not yet decided just
brief but pleasant and the audience generally.This -- -. I
what line of business he will engage
vile "Wednesday.Mr. pleasant evening
very was concluded
Arthur Hodge (has returned, to his in.
with the singing of "America"
and )1r Edward Holder and home at Montbrook after spending by the entire audience.Mr. Mr. Hal G. Eagleton, of the firm of Special Sale Sewing Machine

Mr. A. S. Anderson, of Dunnellon, several days in Ocala. He says bis Eagleton &Price, of Tampa, is in the

were in Ocala Wednesday.Mrs.T. sister, Miss Josie Hodge, has been A. E. Burnett returned home city for a few days looking after his We have large number of Sewing Hutbinthat bat* hrtrn

D. and baby have spending the past six months in Jack- Saturday from his old home in Massachusetts interests here. Mr. Eagleton and Mr. used some but little-that we will close out at Bargain I'rir***.
sonville. Tnese machines have been thoroughly overhauled lay ei*
returned from a visit to relatives at where he has been for the Price have formed a co-partnership, perieneed workmen and all worn part* replaced and wade a*

Prof. W. B. Dickensom a former past two weeks. He was called thereon doing a real estate and brokerage good as new for service. Each machine 14 adjured, tried,stud '.
Hawthorne.. guaranteed to do perfect work before It leaie our More. Can
Marion county citizen, ,to making a account of the serious illness of his business. Their offices are suite 9 in be seen'and tried il desired.

Old folks like it, young people will mother. the Elks building and in their own We will sell these machine*' very low for"A"h. Prl f* run
very aggressive race for superintendentof ___________
it and'children for Taylor from $-11,00 to 812.00 and each lit a bargain at the priceWe
. i9 try cry schools) of Hillsborough county.He Mr. Charles Lloyd, assistant super- woods,they "sell the earth." are agents for the celebrated .J'ell' Home"and Mt7ietr
made ice cream. do Wilson" Mewing Machine*-with or without button*bole at.
is splendidly equipped for the of- I intendant of the Buttgenbaeh Phosphate Mr. Henry Sistrunk. and his young tachment

I- Mr. William Porter, of Jacksonville, fice and his friends here wish him Company, returned to Holder nephew, La Gjange Sistrunk, went Graphophouea and record. A Graphopfaone and 8 JIHord-

.. formerly a citizen of Ocala was seeing success in the magnificent race he is Tuesday afternoon after spending a Montbrook Tuesday to spend for"SMITHS.$ .00." Furniture Special attention and to lioune mall order Fnrubbing, Uood at

r his friends here Saturday. making. couple of days in Ocala. I the week with Mr. Sistrunk's parents. Ocala Furniture Company.THE .


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-, Hon. James P. Taliaferro; U. S. SanaI .

A. L. Woodward, c I II PeculiarTo He ha* .hraff *****.* W
tor-Who and What H* It : .
I Pastor St. James M.E. Church South. .. prdluett s the selstle r iRtttq l :

.v I He is a Southerner.. a Virginian, a flop Hn+P.wV.. M law sk.ast.., ,.
:- ItselfIn "" .
<' resident and citizen of Florida mace his and other M es11..' -.... et+.+es 11"-
Palatka Florida May 19th 1904. i
what it is and what it doe -containing early manhood a successful and honored *ouMryon

I r He ve>iM flee tie -lotllt. of-,.
the best blood-purifying, business man and a stalwart and
the efreoJMiM:+ of at** &*..
Dear Sir and Bro-, and
3 alterative and tonic substances .
faithful democrat.He He valid nw nV Mi (' .." tt* ..,

In the present political crisis it aehooves i, effecting the most radical and per- is a Confederate veteran havfef j ta4sseatt elf eata M/M a I' '.t w ,n..

all who have the moral interests of our state at heart to unite i itor. iI I manent cures of all humors and all served- to the close of the etYM war.I j I aa{ &1111111 T vet .' o ...", ....

{ weak tired ........ el ... r J" weu.....
eruptions, relieving "'"
the advancenent of those interests upon the Gubernatorial first in Bretherd's batttery et IHHFM ar- j

I' languid fc-elings, and building up and later as a member *f the W.
and tillery
Candidate cost then his his .
likely-to promote by example .
1M ......... .... It ..--.t ". .... -
I! the whole system-is true only offlood's Fifth Virginia cavalry.
conduct in public office ; alel a reoiYttat orarNhtr r.., .M.
He began hi* life work right hew tIs .
I Sarsaparilla V. tor .r "htp 'anal a''t' .a >4. ,.
? .
In the second Primary to be held on the 7th day of June Florida-as a lumber marker In a sawmill '
I Xo other r.:"urine: acts like it of Ftonlja-
1904 two candidates for the Gubernatorial nomination will seek other iieine has ; and a common laborer ID a log
no ..J.wl done so wearing rough clothes and living
our suffrages ; One of these Hon. Robt. W. Davis of this city and much real, stio>tantial good, no on coarse fare and he new bo&at that tea.etRasa..wssea

at the present time Congressman from the second District :has j other medicine has restored health the friends of those early cia,. of toll
j and strength at so little cost.
served the people of his District and of the entire State with **I wa* troubled with scrofula and etxno and privation are his staunchest friend

: signal ability in the Councils of the nation that he would continue I near could using not see mr to eyesight do anything.For four After months taking I todaY He used his natural gifts of intelligence -

sorto do as Governor of this State is not to be doubted, I 1 I two battles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I could see industry frugality and integrity
to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I
for his future conduct must be judged by his past and no one who i could see as well as ever." ScaB..L Huss.roz to such good purpose that he ha
I! .Withers.N. C. achieved an enviable business sweet
desires the moral wellfare of our need fear for the result jTc
people .. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to and has long been recognised as one tit ,

should- Judge Davis receive the nomination for which he is an as, j cure and keeps the promise. the substantial citizens of the community

where he lives. .
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pirant. f t
He has served the public mot ae. Y

- ; Judge Davis was opposed to the proposed Dispensary Law, "I have repeatedly stated that I stand ceptably as a member of the state board l f Oranges
before the people on my record. In
and does not believe that the State Florida should engage in theLiquor I their intelligence in their sound judgment of health and has served the democrat :' Tie ,u* "* ;

\ ic party with rare devotion and fidelity a J fL."..,..1 '!" It..: ;" ,,-t,
lived kere for'raore than ten last in their sense of justice I havean
Business he has years
first in the ranks and later for several
abiding faith. I leave to them to (
and members of my Church and Congregation |who have known years as a member and as chairman of Potash
past judge as between you and me. I have I
the state democratic executive 1
him during all these years say there is nothing against his moral accorded fair treatment to you and all comJ J
mittee. j I :....- ....... tae .-,..-, 91
character,_ and he has the esteem and conidence'of all his fellowomsm.eI1" my opponents, and while inviting the He has not been an otfke-se.ker. the 1..... aM 1M .,LM.... *'..... .. nby
closest possible scrutiny into my record ......... a, n' W ."._ ""
only political office he baa ever told
: I ask at least that that record be not a .......
being the one which he now fill, and .44" ..-... '.... y...
i..1 "
I On the, other hand his opponent Mr' 1Ir B. Browa>:d, of misquoted; that my votes be not mis- ,! ne .k< ...."..... i '.. _s '07 rr.
to which he was elected in ISM, on Uw r ,
stated and that the record all in all L r...t .I 5.f1 s itt I'
Jacksonville was a staunch advocate-of'the Dispensary Iniqfeity first ballot, in accordance with a sentiment i"-
from the beginning of my service to the .. h,.
) .. 'L.
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which was practically uaanimeu. \
and had that proposed legislation been enacted into law, the present day be fairly read."-(Letter in

thirty five dry counties of cur State would have had the- Dispensary reply to Governor Jennings.) What He Has Don

"Practically every proposition con- He has secured the establishment of
foisted then.v/hether or no. It is well known that .1 r.
upon tained In the democratic platform has several free rural delivery tettt+ee m

Broward as Sheriff of Duval County was removed from office by been before the senate in one way or Florida, and postal sub-BUttons to th* ,

Governor Mitchell because he failed and refused to do his duty asa another since I have been a member suburbs of Jacksonville.He .

and upon every one of them your has labored incessantly a a ...*.- i

sworn, officer or the State of Florida. In asking you as a statement to the contrary notwithstanding ber of the senate pension!! toi sitNe ;

Minister of the Gospel to support the candidacy of judge Davis I have voted In full and strict for the interest of all persons eMi Ito j

accord pensions In Florida and other SKh- '!
with the platform of the dem-
3 do not nean that the great Church which we both, serve should be
ocratic party. I do not pretend to be ern states.

brought into politics but 1 do think that Christian men and bold enough to attempt leadership to He was largely instrumental In ae-

the the exclusion of democrats who have curing legislation granting pensions to MTioiiii SURGiCaL insnmi
voters should :keep in nind the spiritual as well as tecpora'Interests Atlanta, 6*. KM.,M*.e4 1ft.
in the service of and surviving soldiers of the geminate Indian
grown gray party at .
a tt
of our state -7hen they cast their ballots in the country. I have been content on the wars and to the widows of such 1.ton Trfttaq'II"rM.l. : ete. '9 i
.... tLI....... .sYta. .,-utt -
prinary. contrary and regard it as being to the soldiers who had died; the result guti ae e11wW

: best interests of Florida as well to listen ing the annual distribution In F1<<1M-I

Fraternally yours< ; to their wise counsel and to follow of about 100000.

; I rather than to presume to lead. Per He procured a ruling of the war ft- !I J c

if like I had been partment rating cypress lumber the:
) -G yGTiroLe7 haps, some enraptured ;
with the sound of my own voice, or same as pine lumber in the Cutout provisional s

F were given to the peripatetic practiceof tariff schedule, greatly te the H I

rY" useless speech-making, I might have advantage of all persons In this tat*'

i introduced such bills even though they connected with the cypress hunter in

had been already before the body: and dustry.He .
were foreordained to die In the pigeonholes was successful in securing 1tI ef'1l1: .
of republican ."- appropriations for the improvement of

(Letter reply to Governor Jennings.) the St. Johns river; thus openteg new i I

SENATOR TALIAFERROWho I mary 22,222 votes while llr. Stockton I tion. Entire harmony has prevailed "The work of the delegation is the avenues of commerce and reducing thEy .

received only 12.77L throughout, and to this more than to work of a unit and is not bounded b freight rates to the inhabitants of a I I I j # .a. "

Because he possesses the confidence any other one thing perhaps, is due nor circumscribed in geographic linesor large territory within the state. '

He I Is and respect of his fellow senators in whatever has been accomplished for the I limits. I assisted in getting every He protested against the }fmJnatlen .

Senator Tallaferro was born In Vir a most remarkable degree. state."-(Punta Gorda Speech.) appropriation west of the St. Johns river from the till for a permanent cases s Jerry .Burnett I

ginia. Because he aided largely in procuring "My record is open to all who read.It I just as my colleagues assisted in bureau the appropriation for eeiiectiag

Served in the Confederate army dur- appropriations for the. improvement of shows that no vote of mine has been I getting every appropriation east of that and publishing crop statistics, and M*

ing the war. the St. Johns river, thereby making cast in favor of the trusts; it shows'river. It Is true, you add, that :you are protest was heeded and the Item relata- MerchantTailoring.

Lived in Florida since boyhood.Is possible large reductions in freight loyalty to my party on every questionat not dealing with what has been dons

an enthusiastic Confederate vet. rates throughout all territory tributaryto issue; it shows that no discredit ha by the Florida delegation-that you arof e ed in the bill greatly to the ben*}t .fall
that stream. been brought upon the fair name not a candidate against the delegation.But Southern farmers and planters. .

eran.He obtained from Congress the Indian I Because he introduced and securedthe Florida."-(Punta Gorda Speech.) let me tell you that the record of He wrote Into the Cuban reeipFecHr I

war pensions that the old soldiersare passage of the senate resolution "I have never been connected with a the delegation is one and Inseparable.It treaty a single word-"cattle"-reducing Ocala Ftrtltha,

now getting. providing for the survey of a route for I railroad in my life though I have beenat your system of reasoning be sound the tariff on animals below 10 Finest IMl/lft./ IIiiMI

Give him a second term for he Is an a ship canal across the state of Florida times a heavy shipper over railroad then each one of us has done nothing pounds in weight from $% to SLM+ Mtcfc.

uncompromising democrat and Is entitled with an appropriation of $:,,000 lines. I have never been a director fora then how is It possible that all of us and on animals exceeding that wtgM Dvtr ei ow.. .

to it. therefor. railroad company Neither have I been have done anything. I will remind you from $5 to (3, thus giving encsssraae- t'-'Il"l: a

Why Senator Taliaferro; Should be Returned Because he is perfectly familiar with associated with them in a businessway. 1 again that I have never claimed any results ment and advantage to all permo' engaged .1 .... ............

the course, routines and details of legislative ."-(Speech at Gainesville.) whatever not associated with the in the export cattle trade of Flor 1 ----- -

procedure in every department; "On the subject of good roads you I work of my colleagues and you cannot ida. I .......t 01.."ft i **ifAMI <
Because he has labored unceasingly and it would require for any new member may set me down as heartily in favor credit the whole delegation with the He introduced and sacc i.ftjy advocated I I

for the good of the state and its peo :years of experience to acquire his of i an amendment to the **
them.. I think they are beneficial In accomplishment of everything without sap btr ire W vtRT' r r ,1 flat
pie. IINef ....... 64 IW ... a a yw
present advantage of claims bill
efficiency. a great many ways. They put the farmer giving due credit to each member fore providng for the pajroMiit of the Ir"t" sass I PI' ;, i
Because he has faithfully guarded the Because he saw the futility of endeavoring nearer to his market and make t his proportionate part thereof. Xo the Indian war claim and wheat oopo- I! \..... ..eI ............'. .... ... .II ! : :
I I Ie ?et..4 .a+w .
Interests of all persons entitled to pensions to secure the payment ofFlorida's school more available for his children i member of the delegation has ever sition to its passage developed he offs- I I vkMvin T A L...*. r wpu+, _a ...
in :Florida and other Southern tracked it !1C, >lltHB aa,l ., rt W.t. N *aya"
Ancient Indian War Claim by and put his property under the of that each and by sending the beotttt rival
eye complained every other hett/1..... M >11I.,11'.....".. t .
states. means of a separate measure and introduced those who are seeking investment" member has failed to do his part in any claim to be adjudicated in the court of I.I..q. .... 1" ,s..\...,... .I)............ *....01 '

Because he has completely and suc- an amendment to the omni- (Letter to Dr. Hazzard) matter relating to the interests of the claims thus securing the passage of the ;i .tn*ktHItCOBtCf ....I '1h4 ..iel '. ...a .e .
cessfully answered and refuted bus claims ) flatus Iroe"...., "" .... .,
every bill ; amendment t. "
providing therefor adroitly "The trust evil has grown until it people of Florida but on the other handwe whereby this ancient and Ol Wpwa .tw.ty .._.... 'Je4iF11i1
flimsy charge that his opponents have and successfully defending its threatens the very liberties of the pe o- have all realized with great satisfaction just claim was finally paid to the Mat*. ..MM. at 1\ .. ... e ... ...
BJT :s J .. 1 II ._ trwlt
brought against him. passage against the strong oppositionof pie. Our present conditions are not altogether that we have worked in full accord He was successful-In hat tpesda.a I..... I. ,. : .

Because his brilliant record as Flor rival claims. unlike those which obtainedover and harmony in obtaining results.e co-operation with the other member of tINt f.itenrte. ......IoM'a it'.......'' .w
ida's junior senator clearly shows that Because he advocated the Florida ...". t'IIirWe ....." rfctat ......
the election of a century ago which forced the member of the delegation who has delegation at Washington, ......... y'uueer tint !II...... .
he is the right man in the right place. United States senators the to whom he IIM.MU of Ute ...
by direct colonies break Invariably accords their tUHibHOTtCi" .t .
to the shackles of labored with ,
monarchy me here or rather with ....... "......, .t s..tas ..
Because in accordance with Florida votes of the people the enlargement of and proclaim to mankind the whom I have labored will sustain you due share of credit and honor-in securing ......, II" ........., .t.....ast ..
e democratic precedents. in force for over the powers of the Interstate Commerce a much larger volume ... tnc1I *"" .. eat wM ease..
eternal principle of democracy-'Equalrights in the assertion that I have not done of appropriations 1 te..." ssM es.t d.e... .... '..IS as .
fifty years he is clearly entitled to a Commission, and voted In strict accord than had been fit w aASIPt'tlMWr' .
to all previously
; special privileges to my full part. Why, therefore, should accomplished ...
5 + la.a.+ aa tM.
second term.Because b t :
ance with the wishes and purposes of nonePunta Gorda Speech.) you complain?"-(Letter in reply to in the history of the st.1e -----

he was largely Instrumentalin the chief leaders of organized labor on "We need more capital here In Florida Governor Jennings. ) the sum aggregating more than few

securing pensions for the surviving the bill providing for the creation of million dollars, or over $7
to assist In the development of our per capita e< --
soldiers and widows of deceased soldiers the Department of Commerce and La- many and wonderful God-given re Startling Evidence. the entire population substantially distributed A.. II. Pylainn irfaatoMMnai ..u. *.
of the Seminole Indian wars. bor. Fresh testimony in great quanity is as follows, : B.Mi.tM nilUllltHXHU. .. toe ,
sources. I wish to see our immense .
Because he successfully insisted upon Because, acting in entire filled constantly coming in, declaring Dr Indian War claim.. . .U.l00MO > ItM hag' riM *fV .>wMlriligf' "
harmonyand areas with groves and gardensand ,late III. 11.**..* ***..t.. <
the retention in, the bill for a perma- concert with the other distinguished cattle ranges; to see the smoke of Rims New Discovery for Consumption Rivers and harbors. ..... .... %,30U,0104 .---J...*sYs..*TvHfthonjof'fVt nat Mtti v sad nit

nent census bureau of the item providing i members of the Florida delegation I factories hovering over our cities; busy Coughs and Colds to be nequeled. Public buildings.:.... ...... S00.000 JJM rmoWryi *
for the collection and publicationof A recent expression from T. J. McFar- I. NIOB ifttSiaiii iwNOTICE
at Washington, he and they succeededin traffic on river and rail and profitable Lighthouses naval stations

crop statistics. securing for Florida a larger volume employment for all our people. I am land Bentoyville.Va. serves as exam le etc.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 100,000
Because he secured a change In the He writes:"! had Bronchitis for three OF AmCATlO '0<< LoU
of appropriations than had ever before not of those who seek to divide a great Seminole pensions annually.. 100,"
CUban.provisional tariff rating cypress been years and doctored all the time"with] TO Sf LL MiNt""a UNOOTICB
accorded to the state aggregating people with discontent and strife to '- ---
lumber the same as pine greatly to the out being benefited. Then I began U HttftaWV aitFIIK TM A r ,etti
over four million dollars or more load the state with a policy of reaction! Total.... .. .... ......... .JUOO.OOO 7 i. t
advantage of all Floridians engaged in taking Dr. King's/ New Discovery,,nd Hoa.tbIAA. tin
than J7 for every inhabitant and owoM smtf wOcaU. :!
scheduledas retrogression and make issues
be'a fiariosoussty, ...... ..
that Industry few bottle wboly cured me."Equal- .... .. .
follows: tween great forces which should workin He iBMrfOOtHMf. fcTM .NW t.>-r....
Because he has always and every Indian War Claim..: ly effective in curing all Lungs aiid voted for the antitrust bill, and m*.u par.....ol tW oktoor ...... >rf ... *#I
.$1,100,000 harmony and accord. -(Punta Gor for T.H. KWUHI.. tw ..... .
where given full and Throat troubles. Consumptisn Pneumcnia all amendments thereto offered I by ( I* rti .. pY +ei .
r complete credit Rivers and harbors...... .... !,300,000P..Jbllc da Speech.) \ I the fotlowMg prtytrty M*.CIMtowtt w seat.... .
to his colleagues o{the Florida delegation and Grip. GuaranteedTydings by) the democrats of the senate. fto.*BeMl n..H. .Torfl '" ....-5 '
buildings... ? .... .. 500,000 "I am opposed to a policy which would He voted aid aorib"*t ywrtw t. M..IM ... ..... -
for> their share In all\ that has b@y n Lighthouses naval & Co. Trial bottle free, r e. against the ship subsidy ecttoa tw"tjr- 4iM f*tewe.isp tilees
done for the state. stations tear up railroads and drive capital out gular sizes 50c, and 100. m ill I, Intended to wring millions from the south nagt t...,-.** etc.. 100,000 of the state to find Investment in regions t tjr, KterW*.
Because he wrote into the Cuban reciprocity payers for the benefit of a few capjsts. Sai4 Uo4*behMfiog ll.ih* Mtow Seminole war pensions (annually less favored than ours. I hold no In shaking of the studenthelp 1 Tboma a rtvtM. JM M... lilt t* .tf .. ilt
treaty the word "cattle,1thereby .... loo.OOOWhat prejudice against them and have no fair, which has been held in Jacksonville best intrrt s T .sl/ ...... .ft.
reducing the tariff on Florida aided In defeating the Aldrich fi- Tniiti4 'II asp.
fight on them except where they seek the past week, the Times-Uni 0o Han "6 HM.AWI4 L PtfttMlt.

animals Intended for expert to that Island Total.... .. ............ :..$4.10rOOO( an Invasion of private rights. I believein says that at the exercises Wednesday ed bill designed to place the 'a I,eM/dM
s thus greatly fostering that important Sties treasury at the mercy of Walli -- ---- -----
He Has Said encouraging them where their purpose a special feature of the program was Street

industry. "During my term of service In ,the I is to help us In the great work of the singing of two original musical He a i ankers. ADMINiTRA10Rf' FlOtte "
Because he voted for the antl trust ,-ocated the election
of United
senate It I have ever cast a vote not developing the resources of Florida compositions. The music and wordsof
bill for the interoceanic canal bill and ; State s'ators by the direct vote of t: NOTI<:>siax lt ttar... THAT try:
satisfactory to the people of Florida, no and on.the other hand I believe In putting one of them, "The Land of Liber people. Stctb.r IsH, ,....... altobett _
for the bill abolishing taxes on state
man has thus far made It known. them on notice that there shall be ty"was composed by Charlie Gray He adv alg dC s e. M
county 1cIrida. s,a ..s.le .
banks and voted against the Infamous sled the
(Punta Gorda Speech. ) no trespass on the rights of even the of St. Petersburg. Charlie's Ocala powersCommissio of enlargement of the but MttlnHa .. a4 tM i..lw /* t'"
ship subsidy bill. '"There |the Interstate Commerce ol K. >>. 1I..d".. dscrss.d ee4wt ...
have been no dissensions nor humblest citizen."-(Punta Gorda friends are delighted to hear of his a bal dacurl u wN sdttttetetts.
Because he received In the May pri- divisions in the ranks of the delega. Speech.) musical this March u. w+4
success. He voted ...
Jr the interoceanic Estattei T.IUeC' a-UO" .
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3ASA ELIZABETH HAEBIS, Lcal Editor XIw. Dorothy Edwards, of the .

1 Oak House, returned home :Monday A HEART-TO-HEART TALK
I $ Year for Life I
F HAFFEKIHGS ABOUT TOWN.Mrs. from Jacksonville, where she has ,500 a

! been visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. B.
1 ; For your wife is a much better legacy than an active business which hf must fun ': t
Stringfellow the ju;.t three weeks.Mr. which bad investments i uu'Fnminrtrnu
others to conduct, or an estate may wipe

Lauicr Robertson and babyare I 11
visiting relatives at Whitney.We W. B. Taylor one of Gainesville's Fron Hoi R. W. Davis Candidate for THE MtrrcAi. LIFE INSTOASCS COMPANY OF Ntwn. T\*. lark m, I-\, .
and ) ) Dear Sirs-I am in receipt of check, for the tint payment i. HtM MM of _
moat prominent popular
----- Policy No.680,289.on the continuous instalment pU, which wa*a-.4" Mt
learn that Mrs. Z. C. I Morse(Henry G. Morse, President New York Ship Baiktaf l'o i "
regret to citizens, who came down to Ocala! in }March 18<:/5. Of course what I partkuM rly like abort th .tllj'..
no matter bow long I live there lUn te paid me us the .. ..
t'hambliss nick.Mrs.
is quite Sunday afternoon returned home Governor 'I .
of Florida each year J 1,500.Believing
that no investment in Mr. Moro'* estate nanaWM Hdl i
Tom Mitchell, of Belleview\ Monday.Mr. I' income as this policy, 1 take great ptecwre la firfam rt my srj 4
I endorsement. Very ttly "*wr*. HAM I
are the guests of Miss Tillie Pyles. Herbert Jones was out in his ,I

-- --- tine liutmOblllonday.. Mr. Jones .: '. i! This Company has returned to policy-hoUm om
)h'dh'ah.dSaItUrit'k lorOcalaSetd !' tttrk. 1. T .' 000 Million D.lUra
purchased the same in Jacksonville ,
Write for : .
a. sample po
Store, Sole Agents.
several days ago. Dr. \V. V. New- I
sorn'd handsome Ford auto has also I the
Dr. Walter Hoot his gone to his MUTUAL LIFE

.. old home In Atlanta to spend ,.. week. arrived I i

--. ---- MisaPully Williams has returned I INSURANCE COMPANY OF
, :, Mrs.J. E. Hays hit returned from a
from New fork City, where for the I

r vi4Itto friends Williston. past two years he has been Itullying'art i I 'a Oldest NEW YORK Urfttf
I c.
Gainesville at the Art Students Leausiie iu II I in *
Mr. Harry Wilcox, of 0 II
that city. II I America RICHARD A. McCURDY Preside Wr*
is visiting friends in O ala for a few-

days. ___ __ Seed Velvet Beans For Sale. I I If 1I I tI CECIL WII.COX :Manaijrr, J.t k*.>uM'ir! K.
Those velvet beans for ;
desiring fine --.a..=T-=-- r
t MI... Josle liullock n&s returned 1 "
planting purposes will do well to call f :
home from a visit to the family of at J. A. Pooler's store at once. One I j S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLE

Capt. Frank Lytle at Lake Weir. hundred bushels will be sold at $:?.25
per bU1>h 1. S. R. PYLES. & CO.
Mrs S. L. Robertson and, baby have --- a'. Y"x njlE

returned from a visit to relatives at Dr. Adolph Hohenber, ofW I JI Livery Feed and Sale Stables

Whitney.Mr. tumpka, Alabama, after a abort: visit t ,

in Ocala with his sisters, Mrs. Charles >
Frank Harris r returned home I, We
the most
Rheinauer, Mrs. M. Fishel and Mi-s carry completeline
from a brief visit to Jacksonville)[c'n- )
day afteruoQU. I Jennie Hohenberg, returned to his "x'j "4$ %c of Harness. Saddles, etc "

home Friday. in central Florida, and will give ,-_
Mr. Anthony C.Finzel and his aunt, .
Miss Berenice Mark who has been our patrons the lowest ,
Mrs. A.W. Allen, of Weirsdale, spent very ta\
I| making Her home Pith her sister, Mrs. ;
a few hours in Ocala.Monday prices.Ve are thoroughly '. : -i
Harry Ltipham, for some months past :

Messrs.:Sam Dell and Harvey HutchInson left Monday for Jacksonville, where equipped for fitting out

] of Gainesville were in Ocala i she will spend the summer with her f tine and lumber teams,turpen:1:

Monday. i j I parents, :Mr. and Mrs: D. L. Mark. wagons, etc. ,

Miss Walker came! down from MeIntoh i I j

Mouaay afternoon to spend a I Col. Horatio Davis, of Gainesville, We always keep on hand a full line of CYHiimia* and Jmro.rBuggiesand '

is registered at the Ocala House He >l.u "White Hickory' Turpentine and Farm WMUXortk

few days in Ocala. has recently visited Levy county and Side Court HOII"<>. O<<*tM. t.,.

I Mr. Jerry Williams returned Sunday says:: that public sentiment in that ,
I from a week's'i it to his old I
county is rapidly swinging into the
l i2fi1! gji' .! _" .11--"
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home in Auburn, Ala. Davis column. I 1I ,
e For a cold refreshing limeade made Mn: Dili Morgan Smith returned

(4 ont of fresh limes just received, call home Friday morning from a ten I
To the of Florida To tab... ,
People vote to convey away to railroad the -- ; grow tr'ag. ** w pot1rl)1
: at Taylor's.w days' visit to friends at Jasper and
The race for the gwnor-thip of pablic lauds or public funds nor willI .- meat we may M w.4l 14
Valdosta. Mrs. Smith was delayed
A solid car of celery was recently Florida in the second primary is to {;;Y '; I it alone. There 'U m rtH..Ui
permit the to be done far
one day in returning by a serious so as +
Shipped from Dade City to Philadel- very I rnJ in tough meat-In.tntl.f living
wreck on the A. C. L. between Thorn- run by Mr. X. B. Browardand I can control it. These land are in
phia. it taku strength U asville and Valdosta. myself. I will greatly appreciateyour litigation in suits brought by the rail.
it. It to be carM to
i pays
Captain William Whitney, of the friendship and support. Prior to roads against the trustees and as a I 4 '

,. East Florida Seminary at Gainesville )Ir. Joseph Schilmann.of Hamburg, the last primary Mr. Broward spread member of that board I should never e ,4# f baying rant-be tare Ie ft

I is visiting in Ocala for a few Germany, of the phosphate firm of broadcast over the state tons of mis- voice L t,1( the beat-tender and *feok*.
give or vote to them
my convey
S.'billrnann and Bene who has been Pay a little more if need Used
t ,
days. lea ling literature at
great personal unless forced by the courts of last resort -
spending the past few weeks in and put something' your W ma h
Mr. Edwin W. Davis returned expense,directed largely at me and I to do so. I make this emphatic
I, which will put flesh AI soot
around Ocala, left for St.
home Monday afternoon from Texas, friday am free to confess that I probably etatemeut merely that I may not be "
Louis where he will visit the _' ones and strong Meod Mi your
treated it too lightly, because I could
misunderstood because of
where he has been on a professionalvisit misrepre.
before returning to Hamburg.Mr. not believe it would be takeu serious- I r.
sentation. The gentlemen whoI
for the past days.. same

Cha rubles,of Forsyth, Ga has ly. I have served as a member of the i are serving on the board of trustees I WARDS BROS.
Mt*srs. Tom Mitchell, of Belleview;
accepted the position with the South. stale legislature and have been in under Governor Jennings will serve 1 Stalls 2 and al Oily Market, Oraln, Flu. j
Walter Lullman, of Spar; and Will I
era Weighing ,6 Inspection Companyat congress nearly eight years. Since I under the next administration and it lSi '
visitors !!i cliiiIiR!! .RI
Chappel, of Kendrk'k: were
have been member of I I
this point recently made vacant by congress seems to me that Mr. Broward's insinuation
to the city on )llIndl). have
the resignation of Mr. John H. Math- voted on every proposition contained I that any governor could

Miss Adelaide &: \n>eosier, the I I ews. in the democraticplatform.. control them against the interest of

I had challenged my competitors in the is SEEDS.If .
reflection them.I
Ocala Banner's Belleview correspon people a upon
Mr. E. E. Connor and his brother,
this race to point out one single vote trust that I honest Mr.
in the Monday and am as as
dent', was city
Mr. Albert Connor, of(jad den, Ala.,
made ibis oilioe a pleasant call. of mine or to refer to any one singleact Broward and I cheerfully] put my you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans oobere,
are in Ocala for a few days. It is rumored -
or utterance of mine that showedme public record in the balance with his. chufas, whipporwill, clay, cane or lady finger pace, tan,

Kev. L. W. Moore, pastor of the that they will go into businessin to be untrue to the trust reposedin About his I shall have more to say English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties
this city and it is hoped that the
Methodist church returned home Monday me. No effort was made to do this. hereafter. The votes Mr. Browardand field corn, and all field and garden seed,
rumor is correct.
afternoon from Starke, where he Mr. Broward brought out his "map" I received in our respective home Call on or write,

has been attending the district conference Miss Ashby, who has been visiting saying that I was controlled by corporations counties, on the 10th iust. in the first The Ocala Seed Store
friends iu Ocala for several days has
for several days.Brantly and would use influence
my primary, speak for themselves. In
Sole for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick.
returned to her home at Far Rocka- Agents
to turn over to the railroads the public my county where I have lived for 20
Weathers went down to X. Y. A ride to
way was given
lands and public monies of the I years Mr. Broward received So votes
Floral City Sunday for a short visit Silver Springs in her honor Thursday .
state i supposed it would be apparent and I received 879. In Duval county C. !I. GRACESuccessor .
with his brother, Mr. Benjamin S. night. The party was chaperoned -
I to all that this insinuation was where Mr. Broward has lived practically -
'. Weathers.Mrs. by Mrs H. G. McDavid.Dr. to Central Lumoer Co.
" made solely for campaign purposes.I all his life he received 1065 andI

Pye who has taught in Miss J. E. Chace has gone to White i want to say to you now that I am received 2085. In his own precinct Dealer In

Sharpe's kindergarten school In Ocala Springs to visit his family who are in no way either directly or indirectly I received more votes than he and in I Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCtiliBg,

time there. connected with railroad i and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
spending some Dr. Chace
the past term, has gone to her homein any nor am my home precinct there was not a :Manufacturer of
had planned to come home Saturdaybut I under the least obligation to any. vote against me. All this mean
Philadelphia speod the summer may
Turned Ballusters Casings Newels Columns Door and
received word that his boys were If I am elected governor, as I but in I
months. expectto nothing: spite of all the charges
Window Frames :Mantcls Church Seats Pulpits School
not well so went to the be and ,
on thereby become
a memberof made against me it shows that
Mrs. David S. Woodrow $nd little, f my Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly
will return home about June 6. the board of trustees I shall
not neighbors trust
,... daughter, Blair, left Monday for me. receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

Gainesville, Ga. They will be absent Mr. John Sullivan came down from --- sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly

t : several- months, not returning home Jacksonville Saturday night and Miss Rowena Griffin, who has spent ;. Mrs. R. H. Holstein, nee Miss Mary }.

, until the fall. spent Sunday with his uncle and the winter and spring in Ocala with Pyles, infant daughter and Mrs.

. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thayer Maughs. Gen. and Mrs. T. D. Lancaster has
j Holstein' slster-in-law, Miss Lucilfe
Mrs Annie Martin and daughter, John is now in the express service in gone to Atlanta. Later on in the ThosAwtuIlleadacbes i

Miss Lavalette Martin, left Mondayfor the metropolis and is succeeding most summer she will visit Washington"Baltimore Holstein, of Monetta, S. C., arrived

Sweet Springs, Va., to spend the excellently,having already had sever and other northern points. in Ocala Moaday to join Mr. Holstein Are sure indications ol some form of stomach
y trouble biliousness or a bad liver. Malar will
summer at their cottage there. al promotions. Miss Griffin has just completed the at the home of Capt. and )!fi. S. R. UV next overtake you. Don't risk It, and above all,

Young Mr. Moore, who has been A very pleasant and congenial partyof : writing of a book which will at once Pyles where they will be for several ji aon'ttakecabDMlorquinlEO--toUiarodangeroaa{

be placed in the bands of publisher. months. Mr. Holstein is
now busily
attending the East Florida Seminary young people spent Sunday most I HERBINE

, at Gainesville! is at home for the delightfully at Lake Weir. They Misses Effie and Madge Sims, who I I engaged in shipping his watermelonsfrom

; vacation with him Rev. and drove down early in the and this place. has all their rlrtoss-none of tbdr
1 parents, morning have spent the past six weeks in Ocala deadly effects. HERBINE te i!a _

if' Mrs. L. W. Mcore. returned home by moonlight. Thosein the guests of their sister, Mrs. J. B. Mr. Lee Miller and Mr. P. S. Swarts regularly will forestall headache,pus

I t Sheaf Oats Wanted the party were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staten, returned to their home In returned home from Cuba Saturday, the digestive,bead off organs biliousness in perfect be 1acbt condition I I

Will buy 10,000 pounds of oats in Lapham, Messrs. A. A. IcCranie and Valdosta Sunday. Miss Annie Atkinson where they had been en a business liver ills, keep you la good health.

bundle at market price.PALMETTO Arthur Masters, Misses Bernice Mark accompanied them home for a visit. They were gone about tw TRY IT TO-DAY. f
.. f SOo a Boue. .u Dr.n.'I : ab
May Turnley. visit of several weeks. weeks.



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Or. W. C. Lindsay Deals In Epigrams luxury for himself and his followers, 9Oa.m.GraduatingExercisesof:: the 'I Looking Backward and Forward.To -

Dr. William C. Lindsay, of Ocala, but we find him from early morn to Class of 1904. Commencement the Editor of the Ocala Banner. SLEEPING r
Address, by the Hon.F. .
prtachedtwice at the First Presby late at night doing good tofriendsland M. Oliver Class of '93 Wbeu four good then run for office, '

terian church yesterday.At foes alike." &Savannah, Ga. and one of the four leads the ticket, it

the evening service Dr. Lindsay "You are to busy with you euchre It is expected that a large number is natural for the friends of the re VOLCANOES

addressed himself to the evil of the and bridge whist to devote your time of visitors will be in Lake City duringthe spective candidates to wonder why ,

Christian's falling away from the to the work of Jesus Christ, yet you commencement week and the festivities his respective candidate did not lead. ,

church, and the intervention of think yourself a Christian." will be most enjoyable. There ate many reasons which suggest A thin, vapory smoke, lazily attend '
like trunks in ing from its crater, may be the onlis. P
worldly affairs between man and God. "Some people are a Ocala feels highly honored that Dr. : themselves: to the writer of this
ible sign of life in the sleeping volcano; '-- .
Dr. also had to garret-always full)),but never open." article which tilt result. The
Lindsay explain
something Little has been delected to preach the but within is a raging sea of fire, molten ,

say upon the subject of Christian I| Dr. Lindsaj sermons were well at- baccaulaureate sermon and feels pure leading: mau has commenced to fight rock and sulphurous gases.: Tho!'eho

living, and throuhout hid sermon was tended and much e'josed.-Tirne that iu their honoring him they have some months ahead of hU opponents.He make their homes in the peaceful valleys '

filled with epigrammatic sentences, I Union. honored themselves as Dr.LlttIe| is is the only candidate from his below know the danger, and though ".. ,
-warned by the rumblings and a.
terse and well timed. Some of them I The University of Florida. one of the finest preachers iu he section of the county, and he has frequently -- A r
I Invitations have been issued to the quakings, these signs of impending erup
are given below: I country. many friends who form an organization unheeded. ,. .
commencement exercises of the Uni- tion go They are living in fancied iunt+ v ; whe 4nt
"A man is what he is only when he and with thelr;time, money and awakes with deafening roarsand they are lot beneath ,i .t.* ,* i ',. :1 ,.f
II Mr. Stockton's Second Announcement.We .
alone with God. versity of Florida at Lake City by influence back him up, aud this long heated rock and scalding a hes. Thousand hi.**! poi..m ,uti'> ir 4ftBowline
the faculty and students of the insti do not believe thatMr. Stock living a sleeping volcano! and are taking detperatrunder iU&l1l
"When you can read any and every- before any of his three competitors upon l to. fur
tution. The dates of the exercises are ton's closest friends will say that his the mercury and potash _
thing except your Bible, and can go are in the: race. Opportunities are Or..e. ..,.. *.*. M. UNAmen
June 12 to 15 inclusive.The second announcement is & very creditable treatment the external osvmtpomjof > : F.r ever to.t y*** I .......
any and everywhere except to your thus afforded to the "early bird" to the disease dis- greatly from a avers .... .....itwavf ew ..
following is the complete pro I or enthusiastic production.:=: I went to not 8,., ... ...'ID. .....few
church, is becoming a questionable make deals and combinations with d the I deluded I ucSSfc ?
yours a ppear,an ac a bil'eap..... short .....;** MI-
state." gram: 12. I "I stand for the case of:the cumj other offices, and to pledge meu who tim is happy in the belief of aicians, who pret rib d Jie r..ry N..fcif ...
me any **<>diltt; rut. tae tr.*tm.Bt .r..*. ...
1 "When alone with God you see 10:30 a. m. Baccalaureate Sermon byj i j mon people" had they known of the other candidates a complete I cure -, hut the harmtul than bendoi&1. 1 .......... .r 4M"
fires of contagion have only a friend, who told m. that 8. 8. 8. h.4 your true self. You may have become the Rev. Henry W Little, That is what every :man seeking would not have] madejsuch the oared him. I atone.eommeued|.
Ocala, Fla. been smothered sys- ter reontlnuln'tt ....." ..... -....
cold, but you are near to the Address office says. No man would be foolish pledges: ; and another reason i is, |for tern, and as soon as these Of the du.... what...,. This wee at_.t tw*
which coal be takeu 8:00p.m. before Christian enough to that his candidacy nstance in minerals left off will years ago. I can truthfaM Say I.. ..",">'
altar from a may Association, by Rev. Dr. say one rice in this county, are wtl'' ro.. X. ........

for the rewarming of your heart to W. F. Yocum, Lake City. "meant opposition to the cause of the there were three candidates from one blaze up again. OccaslOnasores 1
break out in the mouth, a red rash appears on Ue body and tbtc
God and his work." MONDAY 13. common people." of the largest precincts in the
JUNE county, followed fearful
warning symptoms, if not heeded, are soon by eruptUHM,
"A true Christian does not do the 10:00a. m. Oymnaaium Exhibition. He says he favors the "primary." all pretty good men, and all having sores, copper-colored splotches, swollen glands, loss of hair MM! onset

work of the church because it is a 5:00 p. m. Battalion Parade. Well we've got it. Had some of it practically the same, friends. Their sickening symptoms. Mercury and potash not only rail to caN blued
8:00 p. m. Debate between the Phre- necroti of the IHHMA, well.
duty, but because it is pnviledga; on the 10th of May and will have vote was determined by their activity poison, but cause mercurial Rheumatism,
notechnic and Capitolian sire ulcers and inflammation of the stomach and bow"i The... ef
not that he has to, but that he may." Cibrary societies. ''Resolved more of it on the 7th of June. and in seeing their friends and obtaining -
such bad results. It witbovt
I" S. S. S. is never followed by any cures
"God accepts nothing but loving That the develop He says he fax ors a "railroad com their promises to vote for them. the slightest injury to the system. We offer $1,000 for pftM)( that it

service." ment of a College Policy js mission. Another reason, which might be contains a mineral of any MCfifK. ,

"1)onrt.fi8not a passport to heaven, contrary to the fundamental ,I. Well we've that aLso. We've given is, that one candidate might tion. S. S. S. i is aa antidote fee e .u* #
principals of our National gious blood poison, it destroy eeqr
have influential and
is wealth.
neither wealthy friends,
Government. got a state railroad commission and atom of the virus aDd punfe* 4

"God is calling today for men and TUESDAY, JUNE 14. an inter-state commerce commission.He who would assist him in his campaign strengthens the blood and buiKk up tkt

women to make a social sacrifice; to 12:00 IU'n1Ual meeting of Boardof says he favors "income tax and who also being in a position general health.

change society from an element that Trustees. laws." by which be could make his campaign We will mail: free our spat oek

crushes to one that is uplifting to the :!:3O p. Ill. Business meeting of the would naturally perhaps! lead on Contagious Blood Poison, with full directions for borne treat meat.

the church." Alumni Association. It has not been very long ago Mince his Medical advice is furnished by our physicians without charge.
work of
4;00 p. ni. Prize Drill by the Cadet opponents.
passed an income tax law rIlE SWIFT 8PCCI1W CO. ATLAffTA C4-
congress ,
least that But when
E Money is the thing you Companies the second primary it i

can give to the cause of Christ; God IS:00 p. m. Junior Oratorical Contest. and the same was set aside by the had, and the pledges of support giveu I

wants you to give yourselves""The Freshman-Sophmore Declamation supreme court as being unconstitu in the first primary have ceased, and

life not worth living is the Contest. tional. when there are no longer three men
10:00 p. m. Annual Banquet Annual 1 i Taken altogother )[r. Stockton's MISSING WORD CONTEST.
selfish life. Address. running from the same precinct, the

; 'We can test our love for Jesus WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15. announcement is as weak a produce results will naturally be different.Of .

Christ by our desire to help others. tion as ever emanated from a person course there are some votes which 101 PRIZES I Offered For
I seeking a high public office.
"Some people are like au immense Three Physicians Treated Him Without ; the leading men will obtain from his The Correct Solution

sponge that absorbs': everything with Success. defeated adversary, but the chances
I II John Stockton finds it considerably
which it comes in contact, but never I W. L. Yancy,Paducrb,Ky., writes: I Ii are, and experience has demonstrat
''I bad easier to get his picture into the papers
a severe of
i case kidney disease
gives out anthing unless it is squeezeed. ed, the fact to be that under the conditions Tropical Manufacturing Co. manufacturers
I and three of the best physicians in than to get himself into the ,

." Kentucky treated named, the second man has a of health
me without sucess. United states senate.-Palatka Her- thegreat drink iMETTO will
"We are at our best when we try to I then took Foley's Kidney Cure. better chance than the man who lead ,
ald. _________ all The
do our best." The first bottle gave immediate relief, Enough crackers knew how to pronounce before. For this reason, that the led pay prizes. contest open to all
"Some people spend their lives and three bottles cured me
lug man has previously polled his It's free You.
pampering their own wishes and ently. I gladly recommend this wonderful Taliaferro to give him a right

desires. Christ might have had a I remedy." Sold by Post Office nice little sprinkling of votes Willis- entire strengh. He has won the first

palace in Jerusalem, with every Drug Store. m j ton Advocate.SSSSSSSSSSS.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. heat, and has spent his entire strengthto FIRST PRIZE.

J do it. His opponent, who has held

his strength in reserve has now the I The first one sei)ding IQ the) correct answer we will give a f
better opportunity of,the two. beautiful life size picture IQ gilt frame egtitled "purity"This
OBSERVER. picture is symbolical of Metto the greal{ health drink
whit b.s....
all and contains no dope or harmful drug

A Splendid Tribute. To the next 5, . . !I. th.a..L.
I OCALA HOUSE WINE ROOMSei <> u 5. . .. .._......1 quart MUQe' eH.
Hon. Dannitte Mays, late a candidate 'I"u.. "I' 2i), . 1-2 Pint i Sfttiq ,,_-.......

for governor, comparing the 7u 1 Sletua ticket Nttt.

claims of Broward and Davis for this

AND exalted position says that Davis is People ........Know a Good........When
BARREL Tbt"y..h
I ROUSEI i the "truer, the better man." AM. ... .

Y Davis himself says: Users: of .In. . .Good...........Summer.....-
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"My outgoings and my incomings
Cut out ont this till
I AGENCY FOR THE 4NBEUSER-BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION'S PRODUCTS. I are known through all these years to to in make the blank an appropriate space coupon, the whole sen- (I" me._.._.""'"""..'.....,... .....

the of Florida. I
We keep constantly on hand a big supply of S people may not tentence advertising 31etto A ........ ......." . ....... ... .
always have been my own best friend, and mail to theTropical I

: the choicest Whiskies to be had in case goods I but, thank God, I have never been \ Jacksonville.: Mfg. Co.Florida. I I County . .. .tf..w. ..............

the enemy of any man, and no man
(bottled by the distillers), which are S
i among has ever charged me with commiting Remember the first 101 correct answers received get the r...... Lead IB
your answers at once to the.
I Mount Vernon, : a dishonorable act. My public life: as

a member of your legislature, as TROPICAL
S Pickwick Club, S M9NUfACTUijiNO COMP 1NY.
LOOK FOR speaker of that body, as a representative

Cascade, S in the congress of the United 14 W. Idaiqs St. Jacksonville'' Fir \
I Paul Jones : States: for eight years, is all an open --

'.9...; Sobel Lincoln book, a matter of printed record, __
S 'e------ easily accessible, or I will furnish SSSSSS__SSS'S'
Green River .
these records myself to any opponent, : 011 Goods Delivered
i il l free. Write for Price List. :
I't t Lewis' 66, and I will repeat here my challenge S

.. i that if they will find one page, one 6 S
i ii dC L Diploma, Etc.. SS
.S vote, one speech, one word in it all 'i }
all of which are high grade Whiskies .. L" I .
.. ,. I /, ., and that would indicate that I have been
/a i .. S lI. =- < ,
S q well known brands. in any measure unfaithful to the I. S

trusts imposed upon me, or untrue to [ 1
the principle of the democratic I o :
S d. I'' it S ) + Ijt ie''I -.
party, to the platform adopted by that .
V.Q.S.Cooper Laurel Valley Corn Whiskey, Sc'tt' party in convention at Chicago, and : 111A OLD *t.. \ _

North Carolina Corn reaffirmed! at Kansas City, I will I 'w--: PIIIf .t i.'. r;,. .a.,

: Whiskey, I : retire from this race. Here is the .& ., E \to.' \ S

: Georgia Corn Whiskey.Port challenge! Make the most of it! ::. ,: ..,'. \\\ .
"Surely in all these therewould .
Wine, Sherry Wine, Scuppernong\Vine, have been ample opportunity .._- ;

: to betray my people or tny party = -::::. '-. -. =: :I
Catawba Wine Blackberry Wine. :: : .- I :
Ten Year ::- -: '
SOld Have I done it' Xo. Then again :: ;
BlackberrVine S and again with this long public {.to" ,. :
i $1.25 Gallon. _-: ,.'"
per t iP
record, with all the facts of tharecord : .;- .; : : .
\Ve want trade and will do anything within the bounds of oS W .- .v" SS
. ;your reason and jus printed, is it fair or right t --- '.. .
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0iJI. __ : :;: .._ f.
S tice to secure it, and after we have once served you we have no fear of the future S day assume?" that I might do H> at this late @ lMl'' ;; J. *.

as we propose to give :you just what you order, and the very best goods that can be S Have You A Cough t.y. -. .-.-.. --'!!"Ij i-'.". :::! :t.----.. .. SOld
.- -=- ----- $-- (.S .
obtained for the money anywhere. We make out of town shipments promptly on A dose of Ballard's Horehound ____ _-_ --0---.: .... ... -_. .
'.4 ': :. ,;I.
Syrup will relieve it Have
you a eold. _- _-_ '
the same day as received and by return train where possible. A dose of Her bine at bed_time and fr- t ... --- ----i-!:_ .1...' .

S quent small doses of Horehound _
Address all orders St .
\ Syrup daring the day will remove it. Corn Forret$2.51). Corn"Barbe.t oo" .R Old Hiller Eye SI. O. 11&uatala 1.a)&.,
Try it fOe weooping cough for asthma S 12.00 to $ .00. KentuCkePride Apple and Ptych Btas+# 9f

. : OCALA HOUSE WINE : for consumption,fyr brouchitis. 31 ts. Send Postoftlce T5'0. !breas 4 i Itye $.;
: Toe IcOrath,3'27 E. l3ti8taeetHutch- Express Mousy Orden.

S inson, :JKans., writes,"I have used it

L The Jug Trade a Specialty. Ocala, Florida.., BaUard'8 family: for Horehound 5 oears, and fiend Syrup it the in best my I BOWEN & COMPANY I IS ,

s IS. and most palftable medicine I ever

S. .......S/SSISIIISISSSSSSS. SSS used." 25e, SUe, $1.00 Fold by Anti UO E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.....! ilonopoby Drug Store. m .fstesat* J i .

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The paper "CU the People, for the People and bv the People. "

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' r. 1 1f 'THE 'MILK IN THECOCOANUT" men testified to their personal knowledge Endorses Henry Gordon. Only a Geetf Man Coal Get nil

[ INDORSEMENT OF CAPT. RQBT. W. DAVIS of Wailes and of his efforts and To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. Endorsement.

/- LETTER. services rendered. As Mayor of Dunnellon during the Without reference to lUadiaj of

f Resolved That w.. the officers- and men of the Gem City Guards, Company D, Only the densest ignorance or the past two terms, I have been in a position other candidates for the oflke of ibtr

Saoond regiment infantry Florida. Stat Troops do hereby unifltmously Indorsethe General Bullock Makes Vigorous Re- I most reckless of falsifying can be at- iff in Marion county we wish to
where I have been able to
candidacy of Hon. Robert W. Davis for the nomination of Governor. iubj ct ply-Interesting Reading. tributed to the man who wrote the make known our appreciation of John
to the primary June 7; and be it further article watch the career of Henry Gordon,
Resolved. That we rMiinr and knowing Captain Robert "W. Davis to have To the Editor Ocala Banner: to those unprincipaled P.Galloway for bu fttrvke to Lake

been a gallant soldier la the Loot Cause and an officer or the Florida. State I request that you give me spacein enough to publish and circulate it. our efficient city marshal. county. From the day ef o/ga&lia*
Troops u well aa an honorary member of the Florida State Troops at prevent I I Xo man stands higher in the community -
can give which to
make to reasons me are declined
do hereby call upon and ack our faQow-membari of the Florida State Troops. to your paper to some reply Clou of Laket-ountyuutll be
than he. In the four terms
inan. article which appearedin sufficient for opposing R. W. Davis re-eleatloa nherirt In 1SW Mr.
cast their rotes for this soldier, statesman and splendid an originally a an
member of this do all in his powerto Among them these that he has served as marshal he has
Resolved, That each and every oompany the Starke\TelegraphIwas copiedin are : Galloway was our tint and onljr
.' in the nomination of our 1I01d1er-tlt&teaman. Captain Robert W. Davis. established a
11 reputation forJhonesty
Mr. ,
Davis since the
K. N. CALHOUN, Cteirman.R. the Metropolis of June 1st, and is primary, choice (or..n executive officer.

RAYMOND PRICE. Secretary. now being circulated as a campaign has taken and hugged to his bosom, for ability and for devotion to duty He was admlr for bit fearlett dIt-

s document by R. W. Davis.I C. M. Brown, a man who in the primary against which no one can say ought. charge of the hard dulle, and eonstantly -

I feel that you, whether your preference t preceding May 10, denouncedMr. I cheerfully endorse him as a citi- commended for bU discretion

be will Davis as wholly unworthy to occupy zen and town officer. He will make
in this contest may. in the perplexing quretietu of bUoffice.
3ASA ELIZABETH HASBIS+ Local Editor A Case for the'S. P. C. A. willingly grant to an old citizen, at- the governor's seat and as a Marion county a successful sheriff. .

A sprctorln witU'Str-d on our streets mere servant of the railroads He has the entire confidence of all
been in the .
tacked as I have manner He wu faithful la all pArtkuUr

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. yesterday Wit.. rtiougli to draw tears simply because I dared to express my now see these two clasping hands, our people, which was shownon May and we would feel uf and eatUitai

from the rucKs uiurli lea the 10th kby there being only t,3 votes
arouse choice of candidates, andtolgive my having recently discovered thatjafter with him aa therifLRespectfully JeSiluIartin and Rboda active 8YIIIIJ ,thy of the --Society for reason the opportunity to be heard.I all, they are the David and Jonathanof against him out of 17!. this May *, I 1WI.

Miss Mabel the Preveuliou of Cruelty :o Animal Florida politics.Furthermore The voters will make no mistakeby
Liddon are visiting pass over the contemptible effort I W. G. Long, Ux collector; H. L.
Gus! Morlou, from Eve 'in Levy I state thatlin joining Dunnellon in voting a deserved -
sanders upon the part of this obscure editorto my .I Null, tax asojor" ; T. 11. -Lanier,

Y Hon. George Mathews U shellingthe county, drove a pair of mules down cast a slur upon Mr. Broward by belief, that Mr. Davis is too subservient promotion to our popular mar supervisor of registration; J. B.

woods for Broward and Stockton. the street to one of our livery stables the remark that he, Broward, has no to the railroad influenceinthisstate shal. Respectfully, Milam, county judge; H. H. Duncan,

J It is a pity to have so much eloquence where tb..yer the object of pity higher claim to Je governor than that and that his past:record:is p J. M. BARKSDALE, clerk circuit court; I. N. With'h.

wasted. from the bystanders. he was once sheriff of Duval county, ample proof.. of the fact, andl..believ. I Mayor of Dunnellon. assistant clerk.

On their aides attached to the bar- Grover Cleve- ing this, I do not think he should be
stating \
by simply
A tine son was born yesterday to Old Folks' Service.
ness: of these unottendiihj animalswere preferred to N. B. Browardlin this Omen to DespiritiM.
land went from the sheriff's office to
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson at Next Sunday morning's service at
\ Living otan out of the wu place,
placards bearing this device contest.
,, home of Mrs. Jobuson'a parents, Mr. the governor's chair, in the state of the Methodist church will be devoted remote from ciTilintion, a family U
: "Vote for J. X. C. Stocktonfor I need not say
and Mrs. O. W. Reagan.Mrs. New York. I more.R. especially to the old folks but will be often driven to dfeplutlOQ ID em of :
United States BULLOCK.
r the fortunate : senator. Moreover, the people of Duval of interest to all. accident, resulting itr flume, Cute
Mathews -
C. was Now the mules v looked cowed, woebegone county at the next'election after he John Stockton says vote so as to I PROGRAMME. Wounds, Ulcers, etc. Lay la i u'ply
No. 832 which
holder of ticket and aud of Bucklen' Arnica Hair 1 It'. the
weary, seemed to signify your disapproval of thejlead-
was removed from office, triumphantly -
won the handsome stove ottered by realize the humiliating spectacle they re-electedMr. Broward as sheriff, ership ofithejmen responsible for the Apostles H'Illn-on Creed Jordan's and Prayer Stormy Lesson.Banks. best on earth. 232, at Tydtej St ('i.
the "Fair" to their customers.The Drug
were creating.In Flagler divorce law. Broward voted
thus showing their vindication of Hymn-Happy Day-Choir.

Ocala Concert Band will give the primary on May 10 John him. Mr. Broward in that election I for the law and made a two hours Offering-Organ InterludeZewadski. Meera.C.H. )(..tbl. sad W. IU

their weekly open air concert from Stockton in all the counties in Flor- received an overwhelming vote, and i speech in favor of it' his'guber- Johnson, of Black ville, B. C., are la

the band stand tonight. All all very ida only obtained a majority in the afterwards Governor Mitchell realiz- ;I natorial canvass lacks the courage to Messages-Remarks Hymn-How Firm a E. L. Ley. the city attending to the *hlp|>taf of

little county of Clay, so should honest defend his vote before the their melon and cantaloupe The
cordially invited to come and listen why ing that he had wronged an people. Comforting Words-L. W. Moore. prop.

to the music. these patient animals, be forced to man, expressed his regret that he had Hon. James E. Alexarder, who, Hymn-Nearer God to Thee. former Is a member of the rtrtn of

bear this heavy burden over the sandy exercised his power in thus remov- Life's Sunset-Lauragene Dozier. Young 4 MthU, New York pr<*lue
Miss Georgia Smith accompanied during the first primary campaign,
roads of Florida, and make themselves him. Grandma's Bible-Jennie Bull.A dealers. They have farm In thor
the picnic crown to Crystal River yesterday ing i spoke from every stump in favor of Flower for the Eldest.
a spectacle for ridicule and com \ These facts only show the extreme gia, South Carolina. Florida and Col.
br and she will rermiu there for Hon. Robert. W. Davis has now Hymn-Abide with Me-Choir.
ment. orado. At Rocky Ford Gete. they
of the corporation
week, the guest of Mrs. G. W. desperation oppo- flopped over to Broward. It is in Old Man in the Church-Lottie
a If man, who has "eyes so see and sition to Mr. Broward-a desperation order for Mr. S. P. Sleigh to write Kingman. have 1200: acres of cantaloupe Ht
ears to hear," wants to subject himself willing to distort and suppress facts another letter. ) Doxology. advertisement eb*where.
Niue car loads of people attendedthe .
to sarcasm it is his own affair, and to knowingly publish and circu- L .
Sunday school picnic
: but why take advantage of a mule? late false statements on the eve of
River yesterday and were
We protest and do not blame the S. election in the hope of misleadingthe
. fjI magnificently pleased with the days'outing.
P. C. A. for taking the matter under voters.

Mrs..\V. B. Leke and sou, Harry, advbement. Regarding the claim of S. I. We Know You Want to Save Moijey, Therefore We Waqt to Put 3

) Wailes againt the state, I have stated
\ ,' of Mrs Compliment to Mr. Hutchinson.
who have been the guests
and here repeat that its repudiationby You on the f Road Through This Mediun).
Leake's daughter, Mrs. F. L. Watson The friends of Harvey L Hutchin-
the act of the lower house of the
for the past ten days, returned to then sou in Gainesville and elsewhere will
last legislature was wrong.In : '
Our Line of
home in Jacksonville yesteidny. be pleased at the information that
this opinion I enjoy the excel-
I promotions are to order for him for
Lancaster, a clever young: ,
Forney lent company of such men as W. D.

man of Ocala, is in the city on a business \ everyone that he deserves who knows it. Harvey knows Bloxham, Geo. P. Raney, William A. Dry Goods and Notions -1}

trip. :Forney is one of the socia]I l Blount and the majority of the state

favorites among the people of the :i Mr. Hutchinson has been engaged senate, after an exhaustive investi- ay

Brick Cil.v.and uiakesifriends: where'' i as traveling PaCkiu-g salesman for the Ham- gation and discussion on this subject. Is Still Complete and we are Offering the Following at Greatly Reduced Prices:
mon Company for the
ever he goes Gainesville Sun. I have never spoken with Mr. Brow- 4 : ;
I few months, His success has been sot 1I
Mr. Hugh Pyke formerly of this ard a single word. The insinuationof
t remarkable in this direction that his: _
:. city, convicted of assaault and sea' this cheap editor of a hireling ., I
; I employers have tendered to him the
I fenced to one year in me penitentiaryhas newspaper that my support of Mr. I 4
management of the Tampa branch of Mulls, Madrasses, Silk Lustre, Picot Stripes, Embroi j
k- been granted u free and full par Broward in this contest is dictated or
this great company. .
don by the pardoning board at Talla While Mr. Hutcbinson duly appreciates controlled by anything connected "'dered. Linens, Voiles, Plain and Mercerized Damasks, j

ES hassee. Mr. Pyke's petition was signed the otter, he has not decided yet with the Wails' claim, coming as it White and Colored Piques, Bourettes, White and Colored

large number of the most influential does, in my old age, after nearly six -<-
by a whether he will continue on the road Diminities, Flock, Satin Mules, White, Plain and Dotted 1
citizens of Ocala and Jackson- tyears spent among the people of j

t( yille. Judge Ion Farris was his attor- in his present position, or will accept Florida, and put forward as it is under Mouselines, and all kinds of Staple Dress Goods Such as y f
; : the new proposition.-Gainesville Suu.
L uey. the sanction of R. W. Davis, is the White and Colored Lawns, White and Colored Organdie,
Rev. Louis B. Warren returned Triumphs of Modern Surgery. most marvelous falsehood which has i
Percales, Calicoes and many other items too numerous to t
home Friday morning after an Wonderful things are done for the characterized the campaign of hy-

absence of several weeks. Since the human body by surgery. Organs are pocrisy and mendacity carried on by mention. }.
taking out and scraped and polished .
of the Southern Baptist and back the corporation pimps of this state.I .
adjournment put or they may be removed e : j
convention at Nashville, Tenn., entirely; bones are spliced; pipes denounce it as an insult to me, I ? t

which he attended, Mr. Warren has takes the place of diseased section of feel that in publishing and circulat- :

meeting at Corsi- veins, antiseptic dressing are appliedto ing such an insinuation, Mr. R. W. j
been conducting a wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries We are now having a J
During his absence heal Davis and his managers have aban-
Texas. before inflammation
cana, sets in,
stopped in Atlanta, where Dr. which causes them to heel without doned all decency, thrown away their Big Cut Price Sale of Cambric Nainsookand 1

Calhous treated his eyes. maturation and in one-third the time self-respect, and proclaimed to the Swiss t II

required by the old treament. Chamberlain's public that an old citizen, who has
R. W. Holliday, member of the
Pain Balm
acts on this same tried to do his duty to his fellow men,
democratic executive committee from principle. It is an antiseptic and
dare not the corporate candidates 1 Embroideries 1
the Eureka district, was in Ocala Sat when applied to such injuries, causes oppose A
in this contest, without incurr- .
urday aud paid this office a fraternal them to heel very quickly. It is also

call. Mr. Holliday supported Governor allays the pain and soreness. Keep a ing the abuse and the calumny of : : I

Jennings very earnestly in the bottle of Pain Balm in your home and their hired agents. The best values you have ever seen for the price. Our 5C. loc, and

Sen. it will save you time and money, uot Has the time come, indeed, whena Embroideries cannot be duplicated in Ocala for double the price.
first primary and is supporting: to mention the inconvenience and suffering 150
_ator Taliaferro just as!! earnestly in this which such injuries entail. For citizen, at the peril of having his We want your patronage and will do all In our power to obtain sams.

:, primary and says he Mill get an almost sale by all druggists. m good name attacked by some agentof Come and save some money on Embroideries.

? this corporation party, shall speak '
E solid vote from-his-precinct. Dauuitte Mays, referring to Brow- his sentiments, give his views and .
Lit II i f
: Mr. Allan Stevens, of Citra, was in ard's attacks on him in his campaign express his preference for candidates :!: ,

Ocala Saturday and stated that he literature denounces them as untrue, before the people? I'lfdJftkkf
,, had the misfortune to lose his barn by unwarranted and malicious and says It is only necessary to say, further, BAZA 'i. r:

fire Friday and by the same: fire \1rs.S. that Broward promised to correct in regard to the statements of the article
: t" .E. Harris, of the Mansion! lost her them and was untrue to his promise. referred to, that W. D. Blox PATTERNS' P

: pump house aud at one time as manyas Broward also sent out to the voters of ham, Charles Dougherty, R. II. M. vi

r seven houses were on tire and as Florida 80,000 cartoons libeling the Davidson and Samuel Pasco, as wellas

I the weather was exceedingly dry press of Florida not supporting him. myself, all testified before the legislative -

.I l! great fears were entertained but for. Napoleou is an all-'round' filibuster. committee in 1903, and all The Boston 5tort.

fortunately the fire was Cutout before gave evidence of the high value of .
4. ( i. Hard on Stockton Easy on TAliAferro.
obtaining much headway. the service rendered by S. I. Wailesin
' ',:" ....-.. .. .. .. The man who can. keep two things, the preparation and prosecution of

i fOmnUONfYANDV..R his temper and his bank balance, will of the states' claim against the gen-I

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Was it Shakespeare or some one else who I
r Amt HA22IS E itor. gaining
said: "Since we must somehow live our life letus I Those who are flesh
--- i and strength by regular treatment -
P. V. Leareasejl, Business ldaua er.Morro live it for thc Aowers and the fruit it bears, with .

: FROM THE STATE PRESS. : not I6r the the thorns and the dead leaves" Scott's Emulsion -
What a sermon could be preached from that I I
..............1...111..+. text It is as easy to make the earth beautiful should continue the treatment .. .
as it is to make it ugly. It is as easy to scatterin in hot weather: smaller dose I I
RobertV.. Davis will receive ma- and a little cool milk with it will
-ense as foul odors; as easy to scatter flowers do away with any objection I 1 I a 4ur
jorities iu twenty-eight counties, and ai thistles. Why not do it-ocala Banner which is attached to fatty pro-
ducts during the heated
I will lead Napoleon B. Eroward by The classic) quotations will bear two season. .
I Send for free sample.
I 7,000 votes in the primary of June ;. interpretations and it appears to he SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York
-.St. Augustine Record. Sot.and}1.00; all druggists. .
Inquirer that the Bnuer has seized '
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the sumed rather than the --------- tf
and upon a- one
Captain Broward wrote book
a lot of newspaper fellows are persisteuily one quotation makes must plaiu. ia f JI1c'
!< I tI .ii4 a v.
ransacking to find things not The quotation breather the sentiment ,
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO In Dvval couuty Davis received
mentioned in the book. Broward of the fatalist and )
2iV, votes, or more ban 57 per cent i
may to get out a revised edition ,
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES of life. It seems to be more u... illis- ..
of the total vote of 3,609, being'I'lu
to please those chapis.-PensacolaXew
tic than optimistic. It takes no hope
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR rality over Broward of 993, land a majority
ful view but to enjoy the towers
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT TIlE 1111 over all of 507; Broward got la

Since hIS entrance into the arena and fruits while we can, rather
BOTTOM 1,06-5 vote, or about 29} per cent if _
s ------- ---------.-,--- of state politics in 1S91!) Mr. Mays has than accept the thorns and thistles asa the total vote. : t

FRIDAY, JUNE 3 1J!*>4. been identified with the same wing of i purpose aud not a resultant of war ID Broward's home precinct DAVIS -.Ar

the democracy as that which has long ing conditions. _
received 121 out of 233 votes, or near- ,
Miami has three
daily newspapers: looked upon Bob Davis as one of its Life is a struggle for the development
ly 52 per cent, making a plurality over ;;; ..

Whatever else may be attributed tMr. o chosen leaders, and to have moved of the human nature and attributes Broward 0/30 and majority- over all -r-

Stockton be be of the of men aad the flowers and
cannot accused over to other faction at this stageof of 9; while Broward got only 91 votesor

too the fruits will be found a3 well as the
being magnanimous.: game would have been simplyto a small fraction over 31 per dent. of

thorns and thistles that (the fruits
sultify himself. -Tallahasst-aii, are 3
the total
Senator laliaferro received in the vote of the precinct.
.... of error and wrong living. The true
the first primary 222C2.: It is: a lulu r Broward received the eutire vote,
Stockton opened his senatorial cam purposejof% life then is not only in enjoying -
an invincible band. It cannot be 20, iu one precinct, a majority vote in
, paign at Puuta Gorda by calling Senator the flowers and fruits we find :
! beaten. eight precincts and small pluralitiesover
I Taliaferro a liar, and notwithstanding in the pathway, but also in rootingout
Davis in three others; Davis received -
I I All the men voting for Stockton that Mr. Stockton has steadily the thorns and thistles, correcting ,
a majority vote in fifteen of
i and Broward are not cranks but lost ground in his race for the senate evil and making the pathway better
t the 26 precincts in the
! show us a crank and we will show and the lie Kirk and for .
gives to Senator purer the feet that will follow.If
1 you a Stockton and Broarard howler late candidate for secretary of state. we should manage! to escape the
! Compare the foregoing with the
The people of Florida want men as thorns and thistles others not be
r Judge Bullock, of this circuit,. does may record of the ballots in Mr. Davn'

not share the sentiments of his father, senator aud governor who will set a so successful and while we have, by home county.

better example to the risinggener chance, missed the distressing.inci

General Bullock. Tne judge wishedit : The total vote of Putnam was 957,

ation.-Gainesville Sun dents others them and have
were possible to elect Davis by 25000majority. meet we of which Mr.: Davis received 795, more

.... done nothing to scatter! the flowers
than 83 percent of the total county
Bob Davis is now doing what be and fruits for them or planted good Democratic tradition and customis
The Florida Fruit and Truck Grower vote and 316 more thou a majority ; I
should have done in the first place- for the evil we have seen and
Mr..Brumby's paper, is now en may I while iu the entire county Broward
making an aggressive campaign and avoided. that official
larged to 24 pages exclusive of cover I g 'I I 83 votes. Davis carried 'ev a public serving
"carrying the war into Africa." It We sow and reap for our own gathering -
.pages and.contains a large variety of ery one of the 27 precincts by large
was this sort of fight from the outset as well others.
original and selected matter and : majorities, receiving every vote castor fairly well is entitled to a secy
that gave Frank Clark bis splendidvote To live for the fruits and flowers
some very excellent illustrations.Mr. ( governor in six of the precincts,
and which will, if faithfully alone, is to miss the of life
purpose ;
including his own, while Browaid. and term Vote for T ali-
'; fStockton enters the second primary carried out in this instance, land Mr. it argues a hopelessness! a barren
got votes in only 13 precincts.The .
all out of heart and npirit. Lis Davis in the gubernatorial chairs future. or a single ray for Christian
inevitable deduction from the ferro 7th and
ten at the manner he enters upon hi Tallahassean. faith. June keep
11.1 foregoing is, that Mr. Broward has
task! : "Now the matter is up to you We can enjoy the flower and fruits

(the little common people) and decide Now, it is up to John tojdo his {war and also help rid the earth of the received his largest vote in those localities the link to the chain

dance in the state where he is least
and shout out the awful news
for yourselves by your ballots on thorns and thistles-evil and error.
that all these have been known and his smallest vote in the
; June 7th. papers boughtby In fact the flowers and fruits we unbroken

the trusts. That's his favorite argument county and precinct where he is best: *
The of horse have been would enjoy depends as much and
reports races !
known while Mr. Davis the 1
-that every paper that isn't on con
cut out by the Western Union Telegraph fully upon this weeding out pn>ce!'s.
for him has sold out ot the Standard rary, has received his heaviest vote

-- Company. As a consequence Oil Co. That's." the sort of roc that The sentiment expressed in the in his home county and precinct and The Portable Saw. Mill Is the Coming Mil
quotation is dangerous for what it expresses -
forced .
many pool rooms are he is trying to get to the United States his lightest vote elsewhere. OUR MILL IS THE COMING .4PORTABLE
out of business. The telegraph com as for what it does, not, or the #
senate with. That's the sort of talk Those democrats in remote counties
pauy has done what the law failed to great gulf of hopelessness it conceals.
that put him 10,00 votes behind Senator who may have been induced to sup- MILL.It
do. The world i+ made for flowers and

---- Taliaferro in the first primary port Mr. Broward under the false impression .
Mr. ekocktoti hai thrown away his fruits. The thistles and thorns lire of
and that will put him still further be- that be was regarded his is
man's : by a portable mill that is really portable. MaJu ptrfot
epper box. He says! "I have no making and it i is his duty ic *

personal tight to make on Senator hind in the next one.-Tampa Tri weed them out though he feel the neighbors and fellow citizens who lumber. Capacities 2.000 to 5,000 feet per da>'.

bune. know him best ns a tit and
Taliaferro." And he doesn't say a thorns m his flesh in his righteous

word about the "subsidized newspapers. Sketch of A Statesman. endeavor.-Gonzales (TVx.i! Inquirer. person to till the higher office whichhe

seeks, will be undeceived by the
; ." John knows more than he once Mr. A. W. CocKrell, jr. of Jacksonville -
above abstract from the official returns -
did. is sending out a biographical
SKIN HUMORS of the first primary; and those
o The large number of people who sketch of Mr. John N. C. Stockton. "
who were unfamiliar with or misin
voted for Mr. Broward in the last cam- This little sketchlet that Mr.
concerning the standing of
.. paigh bad. evidently forgotten how Stockton was born in the town of
Davis at his own home and
badly he used the ofticr the people of Quincy and at the age of twelve BLOODHUMORSa
those who have best and long-
Duval elected him to till some years years moved to Jackson ville.yet before .
st known his merit, will be able to I

ago. They evidently forgot that he reaching this mature age, although Speedily, Permanently and determine much better than before

pulled oil prize fights and overrode living in town, Mr. Cockrell
says whether or not he is justly entitled to
the law as sheriff until Governor .'In the cotton and corn fields of Economically Cured
their in the
support present contest
Mitchell had to remove him.-Talla- the fertile Quincy section
hasseean. Stockton learned his first lesson in by Cuticura /1.42./ -. TAKE YOUR KILL TO THC 1JSL

the art of earning his daily bread by In his latest Culmination. Mr. Stockton Can be set and ready to saw in two h ---- -- -
the sweat of his brow on the farm." says: tion Cable Fe d. Stationary MlH*. my cy Ni -

At the age of fourteen young Stockton WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS "It must apparent to all intelligent and Stationary Engines. Raihvav. Mill! and Factory Su| 4ir*.

entered a retail grocery store in people that a bold attempt was WRITE US TO-DAY.

made by the use of money, at the

J" j 7 his new home at a salary of S2 per 1, recent primary, to nominate Senator BACON & COLLINS SUPPLY CO.

Y week and three years later entered i Complete External and Taliaferro, who was supported by the I I .

employment in a wholesale grocery Standard Oil Trust, by the Times- I --- ALBANY. GEORGIA

Union and other -r-1'i 4 +1isr.-' "wwiraitiiaattwsa_
house at $3 per week. Internal Treatment newspapers --

t{ thing In this patheticallyllacking.little sketchlet there* is Little one Price One Dollar mated controlled and that conscientious at ny least me$trusts.3OOtIO men Conservative was have spentin ESti-- -HUB BAR 0- & ODDHEADQUARTERS ---

Johnnie did not have :
a hatchet so the interests of Senator Taliaferro, :

did not cut down his father's cherrytree In the treatment of in the recent primary. This is an
Anxious thoughts sometimes perplexthe torturing, disflg= FOR
wjfe who sees maternity before her. but we are t&ld that he isl now tiring, itching, scaly, crusted, pimply, aterage of $1J. 2for every vote that

If she is treading an untried path, she an "exceedingly domesticated man blotchy and scrofulous humors of the he bad in that primary. I am informed -

sometimes frets herself into a nervous skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair, that those interested have already AMERICAN FIELD
.;. condition which is injurious and pros which must be a relief to those who Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills have determined to spend even a AND HOG INGEIS&OL

& trating. If motherhood has already been have formed the idea that Mr. Stock been wonderfully successful Even the of
greater to insure
a painful experience she is apt to shrink most obstinate of constitutional humors money Senator ssnrn

from the coming trial and by her very ton is wild and strenuous. such as bad blood, scrofula, Inherited Taliaferro's success June 7th." II

mental anxiety increase the] possibilityof and contagious humors, with Mr. Stockton is Retting wheels In ; (C'i"T f .,1 Itr" -"" i a I I F 471k. flrI ;

her suffering. What Mays' Home Paper Says. loss of hair, glandular swellings, ulcerous ,I 1 I II a 11!
There is no cause for anxiety for those patches in the throat and month, bis head and rapidly going the same .1 r-r a
prospective mothers who use Dr. Pierce's The News used about all of its ammunition sore eyes, copper-coloured blotches, as road Senator Call =R-r--i : J : -. I
Fa\onte Prescription. It tranquilizes m the fight for ([ays. It well as boils, carbuncles, scurvy, sties, poor ..-I,- r S r c !
the nerves encourages the appetite, induces ulcers and sores arising from an Impure Mr. L. J. Brumby, of this city, edi I. 1\
failed. rN
refreshing sleep and produces condition of the blood, yield to the a l-
mental cheerfulness as well as physical One more shot and we Cuticura Treatment when all other tor of the Florida Fruit Grower and .\. ,+
\igor. It gives strength and muscular are done. remedies fall Trucker is .. 1
accompanying Davison .
elasticity so that the baby's advent is The people are to choose in a sec And greater still, if possible, is the ''0

practically painless. It is the best tonic ond primary between Broward and wonderful record of cures of torturing, his campaigning tour and report- .-- .....> t...
for nursing mothers. ::;-
disfiguring humors
"I am so thankful for what Dr Pierce's Fa- Davis. The News cannot support children. The suffering among which infants Cut!cam and ing his speeches for the Times-Union. Rt 1Ilar StyleSUji 5pKW flog 11.,......Cella..,..
in. .
13 61ft.
vorite Prescription has done for me,"writes Mrs. Remedies have alleviated James Creelman. when at his best or tp r' IIIUIi ta, w.M eqj
John T. Smith of bloean, Brit.Col., Box SO "It Broward. He is a political freebooterwho among the ,
helped me through the long months before young, and the comfort they have af- Made of
baby large
never performed a service ,
more satis- strong hioh-grade steel
came and I have a bit, strong baby fill, the used unfair means in the first forded worn-out and worried parents wires, heavuy '.i******}
most healthy of the three and it cured me of adiMea have led to their adoption in countless factory or or completely. Amply provides for expansion and contract!*. Ii practically e-ut
:*which was! taking away all my strength." campaign. He circulated untrue homes Never
The dealer who offers a substitutefor statements skin and blood.priceless Infantile curatives for the The DeSoto County News \ goes wrong, no matter how great a ttraui N ft w .t
about Mays, which he and birth humors ValterGrabam's Does not mutilate, but does
Favorite Prescription" does so to milk crust, stalled head, eczema efficiently, turn cattle hotter, hf-i
gain the littlejnore profit paid on the failed to retract, after promising to do rashes and every form of itching, scaly paper, which gave Hon. and pigs

sale-of less meritorious me
profit is your loss. therefore accept no of hair of infancy and childhood, are EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN ENCE
substitute.7'1" I epeedily, permanently and economically support in the first primary that it GUARANTEEDby

;* f Dr. Pi ice's Comtpon Sense Medical Never in the history of this part of cured when all other remedies suitablefor wheeled DeSoto county into the Mays the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it Can bow hale
Ad\iser-sentfree on receipt of stamps the world has rain been children, and even the best physic i! mill save >ou
more badly column is you and fence
now giving Hon. Robt. money
< to cover expense of mailing only. &ns. fail. W. your fields so they will lUy 'tfH.

Send 21 olte-cent stamps for the needed. The crops are burning up Sold throughout ttevorid. 'Caticnrft BeMlreot ifc. Davis the same measure of support

book in paper,covers; or 31 stamps for and, the dust is stifling. A rain, a fn Ointment.form.of JO&ChoeoUU: 8o p,ISe.Coaled Depot PiUi.: London.lie.Mr sal V Chuter of 80). and DeSoto may be counted on in tbe Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and EconoJ Corn Shrdilir
the clothbound volume. Address Dr. luxue So i Pun.Rue de U Puzt& ColombHJ
Buffalo N. ain mos t Are. Potter Dm at Ctum Corp. Sole.101I1.131 Propneuw. next primary as belonging in the Paints Oils Glass Doors Sub ElL
R. V. Pierce; Y. anything for a rain S:T Seadtct"TheGre.tnamwuCltn" Davis Ems

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Improvement Fund were the ag nb of u. elected. 7 cannot "conc<*ve more' reiu -

State acting under a grant of authority: able proposition. than that a board of trus

from the Legislature and dealing! ; Uti tees, the creature of a legislative ,en-'ct- I I .
property .the State devoted to special ment, is superior to its creator and tint I -

purposes. The fact that the Inteml I Irt'- the internal improvement act established in

provement Fund was Irre'ocably'stt'd in Florida an imperium in imP<'rio. As a m It
the trustees named for purposes designated ter of fact I am of the opinion that the

does not relieve them of the character of Legislature has the power to repeil: that /

[R [CANDIDATES[ State agents in carrying out the pun,.>j-es act just as it had the power to enact it.
of the act, or divest the State of interestIn Slum the LrffUlnture.
the funds and the action of
trusteesin DAVIS OR BROWARD ? I
: dealing with'it. It was clearly competent "As I stated at the beginning of fa". '.' I I
ter. I am not in politics. and I am net ala-
for the Legislature to prescribe the limits _
Ing in electing or defeating candidaies
to which the trustees might go in bli-d- but I utterly dissent from Mr. BrowarJ's; The Democrats of Florida will be called upon to choc: *,
ing the fund which was vested in them
> position and cannot but call attention 16 on June 7. between Robert "'. Davis of Putnam County and

A Contrast Atode Between Robert W. Davis and to the'he State public.tor" specified purposes brneficLU the extraordinary slur he casts upon the Napoleon B. Broward of Duval as a candidate for the highest .

Legislature of this State in exI'r&sir.; tho
0 Legislature Has Power.It .
office within their gift.

Napoleon B. Broward, Who Are Now must be borne in mind also that the not opinion to be thot trusted the ,Legislature and also liU of renarkabl Florid: is< The Herald heretofore has taken no part in the <* Rt.*t
act creating the board reserved to the LegIslature -
authority to legislate proposition that the Governor is the DoirOof for this nomination because it would have been fcttWtedl
on matters
: Political Rivals. concerning the lands and this also has been Fund Trustees and that of the he Internal Improvement with either Mr. Davis. Mr. Brown or Mr. Mays as the ....-
can control the votes
decided by the Supreme Court of Florid of the other members who under the Internal date and it had no idea that It. was possible for any Jar**
In the casa of the trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund vs. St. Johns Railway Improvement act. are vested will! number of Democrats to be deceived into voting foe Mr.

Company: 16 Florida. Mr. Broward says Identically the same power that the Governor Broward. The Herald, in fact, did not consider Mr. Hrow-
has. It is
WHY DAVIS SHOULD BE NOMINATED ON JUNE 7 that the act of Congress: :: : provides that "the vacancies in true the that board the, but Governor he cannot e infill ard as being in the race; otherwise it would have trW t.

land hail be applied exclusively for the create vacancies. I am certainly sorry that enlighten the people as to his utter unfltneis. Now a* tfc*
purpose of reclaiming said lands." Our Supreme Mr. Broward has taken the
position lie 1 'ls. .
contest has narrowed down to these two men. and the quei
Court has construed what this because I consider it untenable. 1 further
tion to which would make the best Governor, It U dearly
means, and no power but the United States consider It a direct attack upon the g-u.i as

BECAUSE he is a btllliaTit man and eminently qualified. Supreme Court can question suoh construc faith and Integrity of every one of us who the duty of any newspaper having a conscientious recaM

BECAUSE the methods used against him have been demagogic misleading! and falye. tion. In the St. Johns Railway case cited. Inaugurated and carried out the policy ot for the welfare of the State to advise the Democratic voters

BECAUSE he will stand for the people every time against corporations individuals on page 545. our Supreme Court says: 'It granting these lands to railroads;, and
as to what It honestly believes is the wisest choice to make
must be borne in small which has
factions or bosslsm. mind that a very resulted to Jhe enormous advantage

BECAUSE be believes in the enlargement of the power of the Railroad Commi l<>a. portion of the lands vested in the trustees of the State. It Mr. Broward is Moved therefore, solely by the sincere desire to promotethe

BECAUSE he wilt guard the interests o f the people against greed and avarice and :were donated for general internal improvement correct then I, and every one of those who best Interests of our beloved Florida. the Herald unhesitatingly

the public domain against any encroachment whatsoever. purposes not exceeding 600,000 acres; helped to make these land grants have beep the Democratic voters to cast their baUloU
BECAUSE he owns no stock and haa no interest in or employment by any corporation much the larger portion probably nineteen- guilty of stealing the lands of the Stateto
and has not had since 18S6. twentieths of them, were donated under the give to railroad corporations and it has on June 7 for Robert W. Davis.

BECAUSE his vote in Congress has been recorded for every provision of the Den-+ grant of swamp and overflowed lands: taken a period of more than twenty years His public record is without a stain. There U not a slafi

critic platform and his Democracy is without a ..flaw taint or indapendentlira. ,\\'%.n this vast domain is considered much.If to produce the one honest man who has Instance in it in which he has proved faithless to his popl
Read his record. not most of it. lying out of the reach had the courage to expose the theft and
the or derelict to their interests. No ooe has yet shown. 1'01II
BECAUSE he will use no false Issues to fool the people. and beyond the influence for development pillory thieves.

BECAUSE be is more ambitious to serve the good people of Florida as Governor foi bf the great and leading works indicated \VII1 Broward Defy Courts T can anyone show, a solitary Instance In which )fro Dfcril

one term than to remain in Congress for the next ten years. b the 4th section. It would have been singular "Another proposition which astonished me has neglected his duty to his constituents. or proved mreaal

BECAUSE he carried Broward's own county where he (Broward) is known best fin it some such. power bad not been re- fa this: Mr. Davis says he proposes to leave to any trust confided to him.
his home people know that he has not the qualifications to be Governoiof served. No more efficient mode of reclaiming .
the State of FloridA. them could have been devised than that the disposal-of the lands to the Legislature His ability! U unquestioned. He Is, one of t'be most brilliant
S great and the courts. Mr. Broward says' he is not
BECAUSE he marched under the stars and bars in the cause of his Southland a valiant of constructing lines of railroad and canals men in Florida. As Governor of this great Bute no.
willing to trust the Legislature but remains -
boy. tired with Veteran.the patriotism of the land he loves. He is now a devoted through to them settlers, thus furnishing rendering transportation them accessible silent as to the courts. Now If the Floridian would be ashamed to recognize him as such fa'any

Confederate for their productions enhancing the value'' courts hold that these land grants are legal great national or international gathering where brales
stood the side of the and all the falsehoods that
BECAUSE he has always: on masses
of the adjacent lands etc.' and if Mr. Broward is Governor will and brilliance would reflect luster the fair
are Insinuated against him. his record refutes. He never betrayed a private on name of ".r.
refuse to obey the mandate of the
or public confidence In his life, and his friends defy the world to prove Ccnrt Against Browar.. Ida.
courts? It must be remembered that our
othenvlse. On page 546 our Supreme Court says: 'It courts construe the law and If the con- When the Governor of Florida Is called out to r.pit.eut
Is contended that the Legislature had no
WHY imOWAHD SI10CLD SOT BE .NOMINATED Jl'XB 7. power to make the grant to the St. Johns struction of our Supreme Courts is in conflict and speak for her on some great occasion Flortdianr. pre *nt
with Mr. Broward's construction of It.
BECAUSE he believes in making the State a dealer In liquor, advocating. a dlema1law. Railway Company under the 13th section of ,ought to feel proud to point to him as their Oorrrnor. Mr.
I would like to know what he would do It 0
Read his record on this. Its charter because a previous Legislaturebad Governor? I would further like to know Davis is the roan to Inspire us with this feeling both abroad
BECAUSE no man can be a truo advocate of temperance and advocate a dlspensaiy; vested the lands so granted in the '
what more Mr. Davis could be required tc and at 'home.
Is hie scheme. Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Iystem. Dispensary pet
BECAUSE Governor Mitchell removed him from the office of Sheriff of Duval Count/ Fund, and that they had become bound to do than to obeJthe laws passed ty the On the other hand. It Is well known that Mr. Browar
Legislature as construed by the court..
BECAUSE he was in the House of .Representatives of 190L Read his record and fie! the creditors of this fund by the terms of "I had always supposed that when th. is a man of but little ability and no intellectual brt&l&ne
proceedings of the Legislature of this year on land grant question.', rail the contract and that the 13th section 13
Governor took his oath of office he swore whatever. It has been charged and never dented. and it
roads and other things useless to mention here and note his Incon a diversion of a part of the fund from the I ,
to obey and enforce the laws of ths State.I .
sistency.BECAUSE purposes of the trust and is. therefore Inoperative seems true that the campaign matter with which h. flood!
do not know that Mr. Davis deserves any
he made a desperate effort to mislead and fool the people; in raying In it and void because it impairs the praise for saying that he would do that the State during the campaign was neither devised written'

Bob Davis would give away the people's land, and everybody now knovs obligation of said contract.' which It is his duty to do, but I wn somewhat nor prepared by himself as it was and I. unquestionably1!
that this would be Impossible if he were so inclined. (See opinion of M.iJ. "It must be remembered that th" charts I
puzzled to how Mr. Brow-
Imagine beyond his own mental ability.
of the St. Johns
Railway Company was j
St. Clair-Abrams)
aid would act If he should be elected Governor -
BECAUSE he is a promoter of a trust and poses as a "p ople's man." .granted after the act establishing tr.o and the Supreme Court of the State This same campaign matter was an Insult to the tat M*
Board of Trustees of the Internal
BEWARE: It Improvement following its previous construction of ths genca of the Democratic voters. In It he proceeded upa tfc*
Fund and the point then raised l N
l'E\VARE An attempt may be made at the last moment to poison the mml< of t'lt' now sought to be raided by Mr. Brow-ri, internal improvement act and the decisionof presumption that they are too ignorant to know anytMitf'

people by charges against Davls's personal character. While ht clilnis 11') as to the power of the Legislature, ar.d s the Supreme Court of the United States, about the status of their public land.. so Ignorant lad.*j>
faults than the of hs fellowmen. Ma enemies r' attempting should decide that the Legislature did have
fewer majority yet : -
effectually settled by the language of iM!
that he could too! them Into believing that the
to spread falsehoods among the people that do him injustice. n->b Supreme Court on page 547 of the same decision the power to dispose of these lands. It Governor *fFlorida

Davis doe not fear the truth, but his friends insist that nothing bur ''i" as follows: would be Interesting to know what course has the personal power to deed the public lands to

9 truth be told.. The people must be on guard and rebuke questionablt! n--.:i- hAll of the lands vested in the trustees Mr. Broward would pursue in such event. the railroads or any Individual and that. too as a free

ods. He has no personal attack to make on hid' opponent.TKTI.IXO were pledged to the purposes of the trust Menace to Prosperity. .. gift.

except such as the Legislature authorized Ther, Is another reason why I reg.- t
P.'l'Sxn PIGLKES. lo be otherwise applied and these exri-n- the raising of this question. Millions of The yvpte know that these lands are In litigation. eM

ria,'!! In his home county received.................................................. :K voi s tions apply exclusively to the swamp and .eres of these lands have been sold to individual that the Governor must abide the decision of th* ......

Iroward: In DavU's rour.ty....................................................._....... Si: vo-es Overflowed lands. These are the lands owners, thousands of families now They know also that the Governor Is only one .f MM e.-
--- granted to the St. Johns Railway Company reside upon them and earn their livelihood

Majority for Davis: in his own county.......................................... 710 votes under the 13th section of its charter and from them. If Mr. Broward's position be State officials having any control of these I.1nd..J I. r.
the grant is strictly within the limits, find correct then not one of these persons has a do nothing without the consent of the other f l4tt.

r.roward in his home t'ounty..J.O.-;; votes bnly of the lands named In the 29th section' good title to the land he has purchased in Mr. Broward's attempt to deceive the peep e to t'" ...

: L'.., Is in Broward's county..............................................................Zr.I0.v<>les which reserved the power to the Legislature good faith. Primarily the land belongs to ter deserves an emphatic rebuke at the polls.
.. to make the It the State statute of
-- -- grant. they vested in ; no limitations can

Majority for Davis In Broward's county........................................ 93J voles the trustees they did s> subject to this reserved bar a re-entry by the sovereign. Hence It But Mr. Broward has a public record aM-dts .s

power of the Legislature! to dispose the Legislature 'had no more power to dispose attempted outrage on public credulity.He .

TLVl" in his home precinct" (every vote cast).........................:............. 52 v-i'e Df them in the manner and for the purposes of these lands than any other M men was once Sheriff of Duval Courty. and hfa P31..W

Broward in Duvis's precinct.! ........... ............... ................................... 00 \ueiBroward mentioned In the 13th section of this In the State,' every railroad land grant is
in his home precinct .............................. ................... ......... 91 votes! I' act. Illegal, and the State is entitled to recover ment of the office was so culpable that he wssremoved .".......

Davis in Browatil's home precinct ...... ... .................... ............. ........ 1-1: votes Legislature Sot nOli 1101. very acre of land deeded to the railroad by the Governor. Next, ink !.tlun rf ISM ..v. .f

THEREFORE cast_ yourvote_ for Robert W. Davis on June 7. "In the same decision the Supreme court companies under these grants. Will Mr. the land he ran filibustering eipedltions to Cuba. a.. ...
repeats what has been held by all appelic Broward, if elected Governor, proceed to
.,..,- .-,.....-...- ...... .....- ---.-- -, .._- -- t..M'frnon... .. th"l.... ... "n. .."'D ...,, H..... ...... .A.. _.\._ bas the assurance to boast ot hIs I."If'uu n n_ .I._.. t_ "..'-.-.....--
'" iiiuuiidia, nidi llic fuvn' ui ui.c *..c/:>- -- .v. "'''' .c .v.u. '" "uu
Islature Is not limited by the act of an antecedent have acquired their lands from the rail that it will gain him votes.

one unless the act of the first is road companies? To be consistent he must He was sent to the Legislature from Iuv.l 0...,. ..**, 1f

act of this State. It was apparen l' ai tin-: of such character as to call into operationa : So this and In trying to do so plunge thou- while there. was one of the mo t active adrvot .f tt.

BROARD'S PLEA plan formulated by that act v.i j jn utu: constitutional limitation upon the power sands of persons into litigation, and inflict
f rill ure. frTo have persevered in it would of the second.' The Internal Improvemen' upon the people of the State of Florida a insanity divorce bill, whose passage a member of tto. w....

have l___ to have sacrificed tin 9 ':-1: ., act is not organic law, On this point out greater Injury than was Inflicted upon them lature openly charged was bought for $3>,0011 TIM .........

L.nded domain of the State without _Jdlc-j: Supreme Court says tn pas !;5-: 'Th- during the horrible period of Republican does not believe this charge, but It knows that sir.ard's .....
100 miles of railway. I suggested that t'i power of the legislature: reserved in tln23th misrule In this State.
: IS UNTENABLE State issue $ .OOO.OOIJ of bonds and //:1".1: section being an original power no: "ALEX. ST. CLAIR-.... BRAMS':" activity in getting the bill passed helped to ....r" .

: .500 miles of railroad gh.inlith land a* parted with is not and could not be limited great scandal upon the State.

well as the railroad* as security for Ill y- by the 6th section Si) as to prevent an;. From having been an advocate of this dlvero MM atM ..
ment of the interest and of th. future legislature from its Times.Union.LOOKS .
plllcipt'l exercising so- have been .passed for the beneft of a noted raftrw .4 .*A
bonds. Governor Bloxham. and Jndet-d all tailed power over the same subjects" unless
others to whum I made the suj;l'tOL rights had become vested arising under contract Standard Oil magnate. Mr. Broward has beeem* a i.

Major St. Clair-Abrams Puictnres were of the opinion that the credit of thi which brought into operation some BRIGHT FOR DAVIS nouncer of railroads and other corporations. T..... for KM

Slate would not enable us t.i flout such ;i constitutional limitation upon the exerci purpose of getting votes. *

His Chims-Pore Political large amount of bond. except at a ri.i-! of such power by a future legislature. ThK
Otis discount. 1 am inclined to think th-it Is a principle well established by all the Again he denounces trusts; and yet as a member *f tfe*

Buncombe. this! objection was well founded. There n. ':.. kuthorities on this subject.' Reports from All Parts of the i Legislature, he secured the enactment of th* Jatk.._.
ferry bill. which established the very wont trust k**.. t
therefore nothing else to do but o rr.akt-
; :
nenefltfl From Land Grants. State Are Very Favorable.Mr. the State of Florida.
rants of lands direct to the railroad can.lianifj .-
that would build or permit the 1.\- .1. "When the lands were granted direct to These, in brief, are a few of the salient potota taBroward's :...

to he frittered away In expenses 11 J I:. the railroads not a single right remained record. They are enough to prove hI. ...,....,.11".
QUOTES COURT ;guarantees, which would not accompli.-.i: a> vested that could bw impaired. The sale to Davis Is Oat at Work, and HU his political hypocrisy his utter unworthlnews of ... .......

DECISIONS 'nurn as direct land grant. Tht' p >'i .' Disston had enabled the trustees to pay Friends Are Confident of Ills dence of the Democratic voters.We .

', I oretoro. of gi\ii.i these grants \< .l'; ur:' every creditor of the board. Since then the 0 Nomination. do not want for our Governor a man wlUM ( ......t-

:"iii'fl uj-oii. and: I think: wi:<{ly Tiw"- -1 Iiten board has not created any new debt. 0:, ency without steadfastness without intelfetttMl ......,.......
the contrary it has accumulated man who has to resort to deception to gain
> in t_ iin.ien,,e l::jpro.eii.o..i 01 L.. a large In .11 parts of Florida there are confident vote. ..
.lto. .. fund which is subject to legislative author- of whom in the course of events we may be mad* t* ....
Abrams Shows Broward's Fall cy. I 1.\ :\ot.: llallruuil 1.11J.c'r.. ity. I may add that but for the policy of expressions to the effect that Hon. ashamed. /.- _

I ani not a rallro.ll.lw'l'r. '" granting lands direct to railroads the board R. W. Davis Is to receive the nomln.:f-- If Mr. Broward should be chosen Governor If ... .

A Clear, Succinct ami Unanswerable ret" \.f'tI. nor acwpiM a foe from a r'iiuad would never have been able to accumulateany of Governor at the second Democratic .,t'f- calamity should befall the State It 1s the ho e.t..t. ...... tI

{f'nyfor ii'-jrly twczi;_. )....Irs. .' i.' funds but would probably have: been marks on June 7. From all parts of the many eminent citizens who truly love Florida that few .....
Argument. > hopelessly in debt at this time and involvedin State comes the most cheerful Informa- be Governor only in name and that the real authority ." ...
oon&ctiuently 1 am cot in ITie category "of tion to the headquarters of CongressmanDavis
I costly litigation. office would be exercised by those political ar-em.------

I .1 i.o.-f: i- l.iwjirs interview n-feried ith to by Mr. Broward At "hamv .- Necessity for land (;ran.... in the Mutual Life building.It Messrs. J. M. Barrs and John X. C. Stockton, wit .... .....
your reporter.
is evident from the nature of the
furnished the
6sitly brains for his
.. "At the time the policy of granting landto cam lllgll.
time. I certainly do not with -
agree expressions made and the nature of t>
e In Mr. Broward's home
l-_,, railroads was inaugurated in 1SS1, all the county of Duvsl whre lie hi )
t Thursday's Metropolis had an in- those lawjers who have advised hh'that. communications received in this elty that owl
decisions cited that In Florida known he was repudiated on the Mth by a YoM of i... ..
34 .
except ..
I dOl' title! to the land is vested in the tr. ,
J.-.W w.'tli Cart. N. B. Broward. candi- : had already been rendered. Nobody the great bulk of the Brown and Mays himself against :2.058 for lion. Robert W. 0.......
ttis or the Internal Improvement Fund questioned
i ii'" i<,r Governor in which he'maJc some exclusively the of the Legislature \oteli: to go to Congressman Davis in Need any more be said?-Punta Cord Ilfo1'* 1
: and that the Legislature: of the power over
the second primary. The fact that Senator -
tut .lIffltt""ulllng the State lands that
r 'i'nUelrop. lJ! considered Slate of Florid has no more power or authority the land or its power to donate these landsto Brown has come out in faver of Congressman ,
were erroneous enable the building of railroads. Indeed"
or control of said lands than Davis will
Knd in ordtr > mean a great deal
to get further Information
ih- sabject this on 100 men in the State." I cannot agree JLhe act creating the board of trustees shows and the Incidents connected with the firstprimary
raper addressed the foljoing with this because the statement" is directly clearly what the purpose of the legislative campaign demonstrate that there I

: Ictelr to Major St. Clair Abrams iu conflict with the decisions of the Supi authority was. The act itself provided for is more than a probability of Mr. Da'Irecef'lng Times-Union.
\o one of the best
the State as the Metropolis posted had lawyers been informed in- cine Court of Florida. In the case of tht State aid to railroads and canals. After theYost" the great bulk of the :Mays TO VOW l< /. DUI } .
State o! Florida vs. Anderson which wit, decree was paid the State abandoned vote.

; ''(' policy he of had the been State a prominent granting factor lands in to I lio found in the lIst United States SupremeCjiirt its former plan because it had been ana At Davis's headquarters yesterday them .he exercise of tho rr.\nehlj f a. Mforan dWy'I
decisions the court says regarding was a failure. From all parts of the State were a great many letters received
fro/n .t.e : .
I.-ic ('.liirodls la consideration of the latter owes to our 1.I&trIthout aprec I tSV I
) t..e of the trustees ,, came demand for the construction of rail a
''. powers that "thetri; all parts of the State and all of them
Ti.'ua.VtJojins. Here the Stuo by building lines In tecs are mere agents of the State. Investeowith I roads. It was plain that the capital could were encouragingThere were several our system of sovernn.ent Is. a failure. W* aU ksMMT .1. uin
is the letter
a ., ... and Major s-iie legal title of the lands for theiimorefonvenient not be attracted to build lines of raiiro.tds. from Tampa to the effect that in the com many ct'es; the inJJSTercnce of the votiw tut* fall
: :sa : .
.v." replY administration; and the into sparsely settled territory, because ing primary Mr. Davis will receive large select
control and to a
Jacksonville. FU.. Way :!O. 13ut: -Major power brA o a..
..; ('1:1Ir State remains in every respect the beneficial there would be no return for years to the majority of the vote of Hilisboro. A gentleman in vain of the
Abram City: Dear Sir-Hiving! the wronged complain ring IHv
I i'. stood proprietor, subject' to the suanante.v Investment. The poor credit of the State writing from Arcadia stated that .
-. I 'KTitood that that .y.;''t were 'mawadapoada. which have been made to the holder or rail- prevented a repetition of the plan which the vote which Mays received in De Soto to speak for the municipality Into the luted o tfe* foe Uia
.3 were a the
> to
: uu;
; ? lands to the railroad; lines in awayVat the Interest in the funds belongs to tho State. left but to offer Inducements to capital in for Mr. Davis on June .. The papers ir; test fruit less-a deal has been made and the Jr* tr .
State I would The fact that the trustees consist of tho the shape of direct land grants. The plan that part of the State who advocated the. .
would give: the Metropolis very grateful,the facts If In you theca I Go\ernor and other officers and that thry then put In force was Inaugurated and carried ;election of Mr. Mays are now in the D,'. the price. The same method may easily b*S. .

e for publication."I are charged with duties of drainage reclaiming out by the Democratic party through ;vs column and are doing effective service. the proportions of a State-it has already grow 11"

e\l: your attention to an interview of and setlement of the public lanJ its leaders. I heartily sustained it. importance. Give a competent boss a foothold kjt
1.; I (duties of a purely public character) shows Soms v.ctions of the State desire th-* .
; )'I\ud In The
Attacking Democratic
Metropolis of I
yesterday. I that they are merely public agents invested Policy. 'Mr. Davis visit these particular localiti- stands like Archimedes who only needed a fulcrum ...
Trusting I am not encroaching too much "The mileage of railroads In this State is '
with an important branch of the State's administration land make speeches in the interest nf his the world. -
on >our valuable time. I am yours very '. three times as great as it would have been
The reason why the Supreme :'campaign. At headquarters it was sttted of Florida spoken In
troly ,v. R. CARTER. had any other policy been pursued. As a The people ? a primary.
Court of the United that Mr. Davis .
States passed ir, jesterday was at work: in
Major Abrants's Letter. member of the Legislature I voted is law.- But. under the
to grant their decision rules akfrtbw
this manner upon the status of the boaroof the field and that he would visit as many
"V. R. Carter. Esq.. Editor Metropolis, trustees was because it was objected these lands to railroads, and in doing BO places in the State as he possibly eou'.d mary is needed to produce results, and he. falls In dutf .
City: Dear Sir-1 have Jut received think I acted wisely. I do not to .
,. your: propose before
the election. He is
that the State was not the now in BrevarJ
!ucr. I hesitate to because I not'' proper part>, stultify myself by finds I unpleasant, unprofitable or Incocvrakat
reply am assailing a Democratic 1
and that the lands belonged to the trustees.In County and will push from thw .* oth r .
i politics. Still, as the matter referred to is fact, practically the same contentionwas policy which I advocated and voted for. parts of the State. : ain. The people decided to have a primary -

t'f !importance, I will comply with your reoUt made as is now set up by Mr. Brow Neither do I think political exigencies: war- Mr. Davis as well as his f''.. nd?. is d'the to they made themselves responsible for theconsequences. ,
L and the rant an assault upon a policy which has opinion that he will beij Mr. Brow-
ard point was raised that the A second primary legitimately
: "1 do n')t know that I took a prominent 'I trustees of the Internal mote than doubled our population. and ard by a great majority, and tho developments to.. 1_

r.I ir1n! establishing the policy of granting: Fund were the only: parties legally Improvement Inter trebled our taxable values. Hundreds of of the past few days serve to first and the work I not done till all the ruiw IMV* '
I Itn: !.-: to railroads In thi.* State but I thousands of of the
< rer- ested. The Supreme Court of the United acres land so granted strengthen that opinion. observed. Experience shows that a light vote mf h
I.::,'!> dd agree to It. The facts are these: have been reclaimed and are producing mil:
'. !6M 1) I was chairman of the Democratic States thus held that the State was tht lions of crates of vegetables and fruits. Its expected-there are not s many candidates to urgeance a.
real and
proper party, that the
-' I',,";r: sloral iiimitlee for thl district} trustees ) easy now to criticise but those who do on the polls and some particular friend may
were merely agents of the State and bM b
'. Durinjr Gexcrnor Drew's administration i I being the case, I cannot conceive; how such the so forget that in criticising they are assailing fOlIUKIDNEYCm'Ie5 dropped off the rolls" But not for all this should tk* good
;.'.d maiV earnest efforts to sell enough Democratic acts, Democratio policies
citizen satisfied to remain
Legislature home
could have divested Itself of b at -no work
th" public lands to relie\e them of the and Democratic pledges which enabled the e. b
,'r vim: was known as the Vo..e decree. I I lands.the power to legislate concerning these Democrats to redeem the State from Republican Xldnevs and Bladder R't obligatory a this one of the public welfare He mar yts

: .. urJ filled to do so. After Rloxlum's I I Ictwn I Is Creature misrule. .- wrong. but he incurs no blame he discharge his
a not Creator. I 4iy
: efToits were made again in that Trustees not Omnipotent.
"The Board of Trustees of the \Ttt1lze be sees it But & citizen. h. must feel the .
Internal J'OUI'spur time a a
iJrecticn. As the representative of GeneralJlc -"The claim of Mr. Broward that the Leg ob
Improvement Fund was. and Is, the creature islature Study at t Home : .. : tion of doing his part, and this he not done
..ry S. Sanfcrd I made a contract with has no power or control over theaa h Ui h,
the board of legislative enactment, and it is at lands is not only in Leant more, And you has given full force and effect to hU
for the purchase of 1OUO acres, conflict with the de- coaclualoM 00
axiom of law that the creature cannot bgr.ater earn more. With the Tablet Home Study Lesjoas you need aot the
but this fell through. and subsequently the than the 'cislona I have eked and others I could cite, lea. home or employment to lean Bookkeeping Aithmeoc, candidates and issues now presented. *
4 : :.oard made te Disston coniroct, which I creator. In the case of but is also In conflict with the act creating Algebra Geometry,Grammar Rhetoric, Literature. Hist Hawkins. ;\ et al.. trustees o.f th? Physic*.Latin.etc. Tochers aided to pass eumbutions. I yts.of U4 r you vote the second primary.
!: aril.y approved as it enabled the trus- Internal Improvement Fund. the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement success. CucuUnfie* -*4dj $$.L1 alias,fiUUt,via 1 .- -- .
our State Supreme \ ,
t : '1-- o? the International Improvement Court in :1 Fend. This act cannot be con ht,.
uses this lan-
"un i to pay the Vo..e claim and rclea' the guic: "In fhe matter of guaranteeing the trued otherwise than It -was In the declat ,

;:.-iuDin' the lien. 4 of interest I ion rendered by our Supreme Court in II .
pajment: on the bonds in the .
: "T!.>x next Questlonwas how to carry out suL! r,,::'( ':-.- :!;<_ trustees ot tlie1njrirt Florida a. decision rendered In UTS three FOLEOTTMCui'e "

the rdrpw* of the internal improvement rars_ before _.Governor. Bloxham was ., ;
I !. .-. Pre, *2 Pneumonia .' .

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Dental' Association. First Tarpon of the Season. I Tho Florida House. .rot'.ton l.

I v .... ........,.... .
: : ,-i; The State Dental Association! ,which Mr. A. E. Gerig, one of Capt. Geo. No signs of the dull season can be -B.BIGGS- - -'. -
has been holding their annual meet. H. Strainer's guests, caught the first seen at the Florida House. The .1
ing iu Jacksonville during the past tarpon of the season lat week. It house is full and everybody is happy, ( i.Gary-Affnew Block: ) _

week, adjourned Friday night. The was five feet: long and weighed 60 Ibs. and to keep everybody in a good humor OCALA, FLORIDA. 1 -

next meeting of the association will Mr. Gerig is willing to rest on his Mr. Kaiser bought yesterday of || D. FULLER,
1A; >
be held at Seabreeze: the last week in honors so returned home last Mon Fred Weihe the celebrated Cable DENTIST.

';" May, 1905. I day. Dr. Wm. Anderson and Mr. Z. piano which has been in use at the Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank: Ocala.Fla.

I Dr. D. D. Beekinau, of Daytona, C. Chambliss are still having another opera house last season.! The Kaiser I M. THOMPSON. ,I

wa! elected president of the association try at these big gamey fish. They family have been with us only fifteen J _
Dr. Richard P. Taylor, of Jack- have had several splendid "strikes" months but they show us what pluck Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp Montezuma.

aouville, was elected tirst viee-presi each day, but have, as yet, not been and strictly business methods can accomplish. OCALA, FL.EDWIN \.. t '

dent Dr. \V. 8. Taylor, of DeLand, able to land the prizes. "Three cheers fur the Flor- SPEN Ell
*. second vice-president, Dr. Edith LATER. ida House
Crush, of Daytona, the only lady Since writing the above another Feel Impending Doom. OCALA, 7-8-y FLORIDA
ti I vI'
member of the association, was elected tarpon has been landed by one of the '1'hefeelingof impending doom in
the rnind of victims of Brights J _
corresponding secretary, Dr. J. R. party of sportsmen staying at Capt. many :i'
disease diabets has been ceanged to DENTIST, >
Thotnafeon. of Lake ( elected Strainer's. This time Mr. Chatnbliss
ity, was :
thankfuldess by ithe benefit derived j
recording secretary, Dr. B. B. Barnett, af Muuroe & Chambliss: bankers, was from taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It L. SISTRUNK, Ty ,,

of Ler&burg, was chosen treasurer. the lucky man who landed the prize. will cure incipitent Bright's disease CARLOS '\
-. ;
The following were recommendedto The tarpon measured 6 feet in length, and diabetes and even in the worst ATTORNEY.LAW. \
and relief. Slight Room 4, Masonic Building; Ocala. Fla. S 8 ziTiSeedsV 1. s/I .ac \
the governor for appointment to and was a beauty Mr. Chamblis! ,
disorders are cured in a few days. "I \\ '
the board of dental examiner: Dr. and Dr. Aiufrrsoa returned to their \\ ; ? \ c '
: had diabetes in its worst form,"writes \ \ \.' '

E. Sanderson, Jacksonville, Dr. homes in Ocala Tuesday.-Crystal Marion Lee of I Dunreath, Ind. "I ,. \\,'.\.\\ ,\ \ i;

I J. E. Chase of this city and Dr. B. F. River News. tried eight physicians without relief. I I I \ f

Hancock, of Uuiatilla. Only three bottles of Foley' Kidney \ .\\\ \\t i
School Closes.
Kindergarten Cure made me a well man." Sold by '
Dr. J. E. Chace the
i retiring president \ .
Miss Sharpn kindergarten: school Post Office Drug Store. in '
was elected associate editor of !; l'
closed Friday afteruuou an usually! 5'i \
Dental Hints, the official organ of theassociation. Off For Europe. .
cost ml/re-ylelJ more-
Associated with
successful term.
This magazine is pub save all experimenting d \
Prof. A. J. Foskett, the faithful disappointments 48 i Ji s
teachers the
Miss Sharpe as during
lished Aiken N. C. Dr. F. G. v ar>btandard Seed.
by Ocala will leave for Sold
friend of today bv all dealers. 1004
J editor. term were Mn Pye, Mrs. Carrie L.cJ Annual postpaid free 4! ,
Teague, as ll
Jacksonville, thence for New York to sit ipollcants. _
Long and Miss Berenice Mark and
r. D. F.I. FERRY & CO.,
and Boston. Later he will sail for
.. The Younger Literary Set. under their direction the children Detroit Mich.

t, ; .;:, The Music and Literary Club met at made excellent progress. Europe to spend the summer. When We prepay freight or express charges on the following:
the United States he will
the home of Elizabeth Xevvsom Thursday In the afternoon instead of having he returns to Spring Bale Baltimore Rye, 15 years old, 4 full qts. 90.00.: full
i make his home in Oeala instead of qts. $15.00.
i afternoon and discussed the life exercises, the entire school accom- GUILTYOF

and works of Longfellow./. panied by their teachers and a great Gainesville. Mr. Frskett has a host Family Cabinet, Maryland Rye, 12 years old, 4 full
of friends and they bid him bon voy GROSS NEGLIGENCE qts. ,4I.00.Brutic3 .
The next meeting will be with Jean many of the parents, drove out several
Maryland Rye, 10 years old,4 fall qts. 91.00.12 full qtt. gll.OO.
Summerfield road in
Teague when the following interest miles on the age.In
ing program will be given: I big wagons and spent a very happy a private letter to the editor Mr. EARNINGS XXXX Monongahela: Rye, 7 years old, 4 full qts. $3.20.12 full qU. HS.OO.

A condensed sketch of the life of afternoon.: Swings: were erected for Foskett closes by hurrahing for Tal This U the verdict that should be readred Coupons to our semimonthly free distribution with every purchase. We

iaferro: and Davis. In to many MUM of death from kidney guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. Remit by podtofflce .r respre
Richard Wagner, his principal works the children, all manner of games
tlseaies. A slight disorder, wMck money order. Goods shipped promptly and in plain boxes.
and his influence upon the musical played and there were all sorts of AsthMa Sufferes Should Know This could kav been
easily cored,k B f lieUi 413 West Bay st.Jeetsoavllls.
world-Lillian Anderson.A good things for them to eat and in Foley's Honey and Tar has cured sad ten Inat.i in .Brfghfs DluiM or Maryland Whiskey Co. n,.
cases of asthma that were con-
short sketch of how the opera, every possible way the kindergarten many Diabete
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Buea- Most of thftgo ricUmi
could km han
Lohengrin, was written, when and by picnic was a big success.!
lng, 701 West Third St., Davenport, saved bj taking POLST'S KUKXT Cuax,
whom it was first introduced, the argument Acute Rheumaiism. Ioway, writes: "A severe cold contractee "
it will
u positively cure say ease of kid- 'IfllCT
principal characters, arias Deep teareng or wrenching pains, twelve years ago was neglecteduntil nay or bladder limit if UkM U time, Api l ( A MOMfNI.

and duets. Lohengrin had mythical occasioned by getting wet through; it finaly grew intoasthma. The but it cannot make new kidneys. for yea.

power over the good, and Ortrude worse when at rest or on first movingthe best medical kill available could not 8* float risk lift tad healtk by delay let Ja, i S Have you decided on the kind 0
limbs and in colder damp weather give me more than temporary relief. take FOLXY'I KIDDY CUM at once. li'
over th j evil; which was successful, liuyi fertilizer you are going to use? It'*
is cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Foley's Honey ahd Tar was recom- Diseased kidneys IB J art all ,f the or- '
and what moral may be drawn from LinimentOscar Oleson. Gibson City, mened and one fifty cent bottle entir- gins as they them fall to ellalnaU poisons I I l not a question of how much, but

this eautiful opera-Jean Austin. lllionis, writes Feb. 16, 1902: "A ly cured me of asthma which had from the blood which accounts for the what kind when the beat result

Give the definition of opera, opera year ago I was troubled'with a painin been growing on me for twelve years, many different symptoms of this disease. 'ti, sc can be obtained. You can't make a

J I my back. It soon Igot so bad I and if I had taking it at the start I FOLST'S KIDNEY CUES makes the kidneys mistake when
etta, grand opera, comic opera, Ital. RFY'a you use our high grades
could not bead over. One bottle ot would have saved years of suffering. right tad the attendant ills quickly
ian, French, German and English Ballard's Snow Liniment cured me." Sold by Post Office Drug Store. m disappear. fertilizers.

I opera-Jean Teague. tie, 50c, $1.00. Lold by Anti-Momo- Watch your kidneys, ss yon my t* Highest cash price paid for dry bones
Big Time at
What is oratoria, symphony, overture i pololy Drug Store. m drifting towtrd's Brlgfct'i Disease ; and,

.A i etude, cantata-Sara Davis. Flowers for Brown. S. H. Blitch was in from Blitch- remember, that the work of destruction FLORIDA FERTILIZER WPG. COM

What is a mass:: name most cele- ton Monday'and says the Sunday goes on constantly, and if you have reasons FU.
?. The announcement of Mr. C. M. to believe your kidneys or bladder ,
brated; when and where are they school convention there on Sunday
Brown that he will support Hon. R. art affected you should take FOLST'S
held in that
the biggest ever section '
Minnie Stovall. was ------ -
ttUHji- KIDNEY CURB st tnee and remove all r
Give the definition of soprana, contralto W. Davis for the governorship has of the county. Fully six: hundred possibility of fatal results.

tenor, base, baritone-Eliza- pleased the people here who voted for were in attendance and great SBTitotra WZBS,of Moira,N.Y.,writes: WE 'WANTEvery '

Mr. Brown in the first primary. The manifested. Rev. Prisoc "I had.been troubled with my kidneysfor ................ --
Ntwsoiii. interest was
beth vote received by Mr. Brown was due twenty-five years and had tried sever I
Grower in the StateTo
What is a prelude, prolude, postlude preached a most excellent !sermon: and il physicians but received no relief until I

processioaal and recessional- largely to the support.given him by the children recited and behaved I bought a bottle of FOLBT'S Emi zy I Have Our Books
Lucy Moorhead. the Conf etrate soldier of the county beautifully. CURL After using two bottles I was

and most"of them had settled upon absolutely cured. I earnestly recommend 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A complete manual on Florid er |*.

7 Cures Old Sores. supporting Mr. Davis in the second Smoeing In A Powerful Magazine.Is e LYY's KX&XKY CUSE. "FLORIDA ORAXGES"-Book of Ipeclallutert st to Orange Grower

Westmorland, Kana.: May 5, 190 courting death more sudden "FLORIDA STUA"'BEIUUE. "- ooklet on "Soll.VarieUw,Cultivation
Your primary because he is also a Confed- but not surely than neglecting "
Ballard's Snow Liniment Co. : more PostoffiYe Drug Store, and Fertilization.

Snow Liuimen cured an old sore on erate soldier, and they are pleased kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney "IRISH POT\TOE. "-Booklet on Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivating,

the side of my chin that was supposedto that Mr. Brown has not shown him Cure will cure a slight disorber in a Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and Slipping."

be cancer. The sore was stubbornand inconsistent by supporting Broware few days and its continued use will It Will "PINEAPPLE FERTILI/IXG"-Of special interest to pineapple

would not yield to treatment, until cure the most obstinate cases. It has growers.
against one of the old boys who Book all diltVrmt braa,
FEIirLIXEIlS"- showing our ,
I tried Snow Liniment, which did cured many people og Bright's cisease )
sister wore the gray back in the 60's.- rud diabbetes who were thought to be You analyses, prices, etc.
the work in short order My Pay New and Revised Editions .f above, just published! sent FREE forth* uU.r
Mrs' Sophir J. Carson, Allensville, Starke Telegraph.How incurable. If you have kidney or

Miftin Co., Pa., has a sore land mist. bladder trouble( commence taking ; You have any Real Estateto
rusts that that it is a cancer. Please Stockton Regards the Expres- Foley'. Kidney Cure today, before it IF sell, WILSON S TOOMEFl FERTILIZER COMPANY

send her a 50c bottle. Sold by AntiMonopoly sion of the Common People.If is too late. Sob by Post Office DrugStore OCA LA SEED STORE GENTS, o c.,IJ.\. }'IJ\. Drug Store. m m OR
J' the race between Stockton and i

In Honor of Miss Madge Sims. Taliaferro bad beeu close or even a A and You're thinking of comingto --- -.

Miss Madge Sims,of Valdosta, Ga., difference of one or two thousand, we To the Voters ot Marion County: IF Florida for a home,
understand that is afloat JAS.M.GRAHAST President. (OEO.W.HYDE Pn.The .
I rumor
who is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. would think it right for there to be a OR
that I have entered into a combine :
Stateu, was the guest of honor at avery second primary, but it was not close,
with Henry Gordon and have beer You desire to invest in any First National BankOF
pleasant party last night given and although Mr. Stockton did not IF I
promised the office of deputy under kind of Florida property,
by Miss Annie Atkinson the homeof get anything like a strong vote in the
him if he is elected. I wish to
her sister, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. first primary, he says he will make saj TO SEE

About twenty-five of Miss Annie's Taliaferro's election cost him all he that no such arrangement has been GAINESVILLE.The .
made and Mr. Gordon has made nc OR WRITEOOAIA.
friends were pr ?ent and the eveningwas can. He is not, therefore, running Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

one of unalloyed delight. because he thinks the people want such promise to me. Capital. . . . .. . . . . ,.. ... .. .. .. .150,000 00

The charming young hostess was him-the people manifested their R. W. HOLLIDAY. J. UYINGSIOH &SONS Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .. . ... .. .. 20,000) ) 00

Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank IB till
in entertaining her indifierence to him by giving Talia
I happily assisted Good Prlco For Melons.Mr. FLORIDA. state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
guests by Mrs. Sistrunk, Mrs. Staten ferro 9,152 votes (nearly ten thousand) Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement All business
Georgt Close has received a transacted promptly.
and Miss Eflle Sims.Prohibition more than they did him, yet he will .
wire that tbe splendid car of melon: :' .-." 8-17 H. E. TAYLOItC-i.ihlet!
run again, and even in face of the -4" 1.:r.. "ir.t" \, ,. ,
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Convention.The that be shipped a few days age :+ .fi.U.;
executive faetthat Taliaferro beat him in his ;.." P'f': H...,
state prohibition against the advice of friends had sold r: I' 1' ".1\ -- '

i committee hereby notifies all prohihi. home county over a thousand votes. for $550. ... Jj: "< ,,, '\6:jflis .

tionists that the state convention will Sumier\ County Times_ We wish that Mr.Close had a hundred -.....J..-. I JlKapCHiS.

meet in Ocala June 15, lW-l, at 8 p..m. Done Taking Orders. cars and all of them would bring /0 t ) :. McMillan Bros
is to i ;: .
convention .
The object of the Veteran Brown-Say, Johnnie Reb, as big a price. c::. .It Li U'L-_ -r": ,..." 'I

elect delegates to the international vote for Davis. ;+ ,c.50....... fr..7: 'Y.r '
old boy, That Tired Feeling.If n ; 1 & ''IC.1 '\
convention and such other business f:1r"\.I:: ,,, lr.J,.. .Ij
Veteran Bullock-Say, old Reb, you are languid, depressed an; ..:.. S"r*jl\. :I'f ,'t 1 Works
Please let lu.r.; t: Southern Copper
as may come before it. don't listen to Comrade Brown, but incapable for work, it indicates tha : if'
every county be represented. your liver is out of order. Harbim' 19 Qt4 I Irnt;)yr1";! }
vote for Broward. .rt,+t Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
( ,
ISAAC STEVENS, Secretary. will assist nature to throw off head IiJ
boys, I quit taking orders
Reb-Say, .J !.t.r"
aches, rheumatism and ailments akii ,
Prof Jero M. Pound, of Macou: from either of you 40 years ago, I will to nervusness and restore the energie 99P ti'l -f't..i".wr ..and General Metal Workers.

Oa..has been elected president of the vote for whoever I d-n please.-- and vitality of sound perfect health.

East Florida Seminary at Gainesville, Contributed. J. J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes flfFVnf' J Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
March 22,1902: "I have used Herb '' 1 -
vice-president Guilliams, resigned. S. 'PfDMniN through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
Captain Broward is amazed at Hon.C. ine for the past two years. It ha: HLc3 &) ..
Prof. Pound is one of Georgia's most done me more good than all the doct, v !it; wire will receive prompt attention at either of th$
r for Hon. R. W. ...
declaring ..
t M.Brown
). prominent educators. For six years ors. When I feel bad and have tha following works .
He will not only E. BLOW COMPANY
he was president of tbe military Davis for governor. tired feeling, I take a dose of Herbme. I

college at Barnesville and has been be amazed but defeated after the votes It is the best medicene ever made foi 517 and 519 W. Bay St.Jacksopuille FAYETT. VILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA

11 counted June 7.-Miami Metro chills and fever." 50cts a bottle.Sole
j connected with other leading institutions are by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m Fla. I JACKS..,1Y1LLE, FLA MOBILE, ALA

of that state.

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I HON. JAS. P. T LI fE Ro.r .e ercises The Children's annual the Methodist Mayday Day Exercises.children's church were ex STR\USS & GO1 Ity

I held Sunday morniutr.! -

r CANDIDATE FORt They were very largely attended and !

i pruvt'.t to be extremely interelilillg.1 I i

t All of the parts were splendidly reu- 1 WHOLESALE
dered and were most pleasing.The .

r following ia the complete program I i
of the exercises: .

[ 11 a. m. Song, Come Thou Almighty 'r r Whiskey Dealers. J

7bx King-School and congregation. ,+1 1 m
Opening prajer.:
ff f Song, Welcome Happy Children's .

Day-Miss Izlar and primary class. OCALA, FLORIDA.
. c- The Gates of Childhood-Recitation Ij ... !
f.f f Responsive reading or praIse-Praise "J
1 ri
from Mrs. Little's pen, by Ruth Lester,
" ....
; Alfred Green and Nettie Chambers.
i Song, The Lord is Great-By Mrs.
ft t I Clark's and Mrs. Hilburn's classes.
ff Superintendent's address. .l: Sell the Best Liquors !

f to God for his excellencies; praise to

r_ fq God Recitation-Effie as Creator. Moore, Lora Gates, For the Least Money.

Mary Bigelow, Francis Chambers, Minnie -

.. Stovall, Nellie Frank, assisted b>' A .
5f: q 5.0'
v o Tn church choir.Responsive.
mmVe :
"St ; reading of praisePraiseto ? &
God for redemption; praise to God
>'j\i\KV! !
for all blessings.
,, + Remember Our Motto:

rence Rel.'itation-olorf Freyermuth, Andrew Zewadski Goodyear, Lau-, "HONEST LEISURE! AND FAIR DEALING" '' "'

Herbert Martin.RecitationMary.

Seymour. I iFj _
s School.Song, Glory to God, Hallelujah- Pj# .

Recitation-Agnes Burnett, Florence ,
Dozier, Ethel Crosby, Gladys Martin. \ especially call your attention to the following

4 : Hosanna! Hosanna!-Recited by specialties: .

Laurajean Dozier, Cora May Wilson .

and Nellie Joseph, accompanied by Ir- Strauss' '76, four full quarts, $p; twelve full quart $16.
ma Blake on the organ.
C'horus-lJiss Izlar and Mr. :Martin
and Mrs. Clyatt's classes. I ill'l i''Ji'':I Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts $3,50; twelve

Offertory-Mrs. Reagan and Mr. C. A. full quarts, $ro. ,
Short. .
ti i z
School Song,and We're congregation.Marching to Zion- Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottle, $"90;

Benediction. twelve bottles, $8.50.

The address M. M. Little
by Supt.
Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15.
was especially good and was well received
L .trX' the and
r by congregation many
n compliments were heard from everyone .-; P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express on these Goods.

on the lutyand: appropriateness g
All goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same (lavas -
Cast your vote on June 7th for of the service. ;' the order is received.Agents t 1 i

Women as Well as Men for PABST MILWAUKEE BEER. j
S : James R Taliaferro. and thereby /
Are Made Miserable by Respectfully,

emphasize the signal vote Kidney Trouble. sRxiSShce OC4l (l. STRAUSS & co. :

Kidney trouble the mind, dis-
preys upon
given him in the primaryon courages and lessens ambition;beauty vigor
and cheerfulness soon OCALA, FLORIDA.
t;'f.:1 disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order -- -- t
10 and into or diseased. .
May carry ,.- Kidney trouble has ,_: '__ :. -_'_. :_ .__. .:_ _.- ', .'-i -.- : : .. 'J -:_ _- _:_ _- : .: _.L -. __ '-_ '.Yo, j-: :...,_.:"_: "'-.' ,l,--, .
;I (- become so prevalent
that it is not uncommonfor
effect the unbroken cuss a child to be born
., \ ?afflicted with weak kid- Atyord.Mon To Beat.
5 z.- neys. If the child urinates -
of the =. too often, if the
tom Democratic
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
in her bed-wetdng, depend upon it. the cause of
: party giving the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of .
these important organs. This unpleasant
faithful officials two trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis-

: terms Jas. P, Tal! and erable both with need kidney the and same bladder great remedy.trouble 1 o

The mild and the immediate effect ol
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
iaferro is
fairly by druggists in fifty-
cent and one dollar
: sizes. You may have a .
entitled to sample bottle by mail _
a free, also pamphlet tell- Home of Swamp-Root.
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
second term from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmei
& Co., Binghamton N. Y.. k: sure and
ciention this paivr. 4'I

VOTERS, BEWARE! ; I Bright Political Skies. 'VHITE'Cream S

I The editor of this paper returned
I VermifugeTHE
The friends of Senator Taliaferroare from Jacksonville Monday and "

earnestly warned against the extreme while there heard the most encouraging '':
danger of that over confidence reports from different sections of

which has so often cost candidates a the state of the iucrea&ing popularity WORMREMEDY

humiliating defeat. of Messrs. Taliaferro and Davis. (1Gytr .

While we may all feel (as we do)) Mr. L. J. Bruwby who is accompanying

r quite sure of his triumphant success Mr. Davis on his stijmping ;ttlr!

that success can only be won by an tour says he is meeting with tremendous

individual devotion to his cause on ovations and is making the THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.EWAMC .

the part of every one of his supportersto most favorable impression among all THE .GENUINE OF PREPARED IMITATIONS.ONLY BY The np) who buys HARDWARE of

the extent of getting out every classes of voters and especially amongthe Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.

possible vote for him on the day of '.old timers." ... ST. LOUIS. MO.

the election.If Mr. Biurnby says that Mr. Davis ". !wlrf. _, MARION&HORDWARE&COMPANYiAGENTS
.r.- -
his nomination appears to be will get at least ninety per cent of ..i ; r ; 13.' .;.
J : : !#
absolutely sure, then the same devotion the soldier vote. "'-.' .- -

Is quite as necessary, in order He is making an aggressive campaign lI FOR -

that we may make his majority phe- and is burning the woods. / n 1'. "FAVORITE" STOVES AND
nominal, and thus conclusively In Memoriam. t

demonstrate that his right to it is as I I We are in receipt of the following A. I K- HflWKES, Optician, CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

secure and postive as we have all so invitation: Established 1870. I

enthusiastically claimed it to be. Headquarters, Marion Commencing over thirty years ago in
Camp No. 56, ELLWOOD
Ihe smallest way the firm has stead. FENCING
Fashions decree changeth oft U. C. V., Ocala, Fla., May 24th, 1 gpl. iyt and rapidly grown, until now
But baby's needs-no nerer! HAWKES' SPECTACLES AND
Styles may come,styles may go Dear Comrade: You are invited to EYEGLASSES:; bare a national -
But for the babe"Teethina" ever.Teethinateething attend memorial services and decoration reputation, and are used in every A Full! Line of Everything
( powders) of the of town and city througnout the south. Usually Carried in n
graves our departed
counteracts and overcomes the effects These famous glasses are used by the
comrades as guests of Dickison Chapter best class of people in all communi First Class Hardware Store.
aids _
p of the summer's heat digestion, _
ties. fold
They are merchants
only by
U. D. C.,on Friday,June 3rd 4
regulates the bowels of children of I of recognized reliability of whom
any age and makes teething easy.529 Hope you will attend. By order of: there Are now over 11,000 handling BLINDS, TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING .. .
these goods and when it is SUPPLIES.
the Geo. M. i ; remem ..
camp. Hubbard
The prettiest and most uptodateline Com bered that there is only one agent in
of box paper for ladies' corres mander. E.T.Wllliams, Adjutanr.FOLEYIIONEtTA. I town, the wonderful demand for them
be somewhat .
can appreciated.For CHARDWARE
pondence can be had at Tydings & sale by COMPANY

Company's and the prices are reasonable j DR. \3i. ATOERSOX.Nerer I t
too. 4ton tli cov.

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A Final Word.To I A SAMPLE
APPEAL TO THE FLORIDA STATE TROOPS the democratic voters of Marion county: ,

Of the Stockton-Broward Supporters'Work i
Candidate in Second Primary For .The time for holding the second ,

I Fellow Members of the Florida State Troops: Sheriff of Marion County. primary is near at hand and the democrats Facts Which the People SlMnld-! ;.

As members of the Florida Troops, the officers and men of Company D, Second of this county will tbeu deter- Last Thursday Mr. Gus :Morton and Know. :
The of this 8kt'tchlr.. JohnP.
regiment Infantry, Florida State Troop, take pleasure In presenting to you toe subject Mr. Jim Landers went to the various
mine who will be the next sheriff of --
f name of Captain Robert W. Davis of our city as a candidate for the nominationto Galloway, who notwithstanding printing offices with a venomous, dirty, .
lie Allemipl. TM llrwkeal a >*.wt. .
the office of Governor on June 7. this county. I should like to say a
o the late announcement of his candidacy and lying anonymous piece of poetry paper \Vrllrr (ate 1Cf1t

Captain DavU was a Confederate soldier, and, as a boy, fought bravely under, made such excellent final word to the voters who J have reflecting upon the honor of lion. C. M. l.rr..ln. tae 'fr.'''.
the Stars and Bars. He stood shoulder to shoulder with Southern cavaliers and an racethat
been unable to see personally iu concluding Brown, the editor and lIon. W. K. Ze- -- --
.: fought the oppression and corruption In the days of reconstruction, and upon his second primary WitS necessaryfor ..
wadski, three men neither of whom While ttt* etikiUMjr o( il." II 1 i1:,.
removing to Palatka, became captain of the Gem City Guards now Company D, the office of bheritt of Marion my campaign, and to returnto \V. Movie for the Oovr or.bij! > .**:'

.Florida State Troops. Ile is now one of our honorary members, and has alway* my supporters and friends my sincere ever did the men injury in their lives.The of Florida has tm a M.u.r a ti4f:
A evinced a mOlt hearty and kindly feeling towards the militia. Captain Davis county, has many friends who believe article was refused by the Banner appealed to KM a. a man ..' .! *,
thanks for their faithful and my adoptM Rut, k.olnc I u t it*
_ 1{\. Is the soldiers' friend; as our Governor, would favor any necessary aid or fceueflinested had an additional week been avail and the Star both of whom held them- acter and hi. aiulnm"m. al u i .

'1 bjr the Florida State Troops. able he would have received a major- ) kindly efforts in my behalf. selves above such work. They finally friend and an acquaintance- d ut f.t. elr
century yet, as Ih* Farw, in 1\ LsA :
1 We militiamen! should stand shoulder to shoulder for Captain li. W. Davis, ily in the first primary.One In the first place 1 wish to say that got the dirty job done by the Ocala I* not (lubU.; "*.l for the pur,.,.a I .r .....t..n" .

: who has been one of us, and who absolutely has our Interests at heart. We ask Printing Company. They returned later the political uptraU"'IIO..f ,\ Hwa
v statements have been made
1. You frankly and earnestly to adhere squarely to this splendid gentleman's cause. of the most important offices many for the work, together with we are :''iI! up to this point. '....11 m.eon.raUn i' .P I t'fe'
j' \Ve live immediately around him and know him, and derogatory to me by the friends of my : for or M<>i"t err i td t
are in a position to speak: in the state is that of .
,, in any county sorry to say the Hon. G. G. Mathews, It would h.t.<-4 U 4 n"i I I*
openly and sincerely! of him as lawyer, soldier, statesman and man, and unanl- opponent, Mr. Gordon, but I do not "ot" a man devoted telh.. .U1 se OH
erstwhile candidate for the legislature .
hnt the State e.+n gtv, .h I* t *-
< mauly indorse hisxlldacy and appeal to you to vote foMu: June 7. Very
., believe that Mr. Gordon either author and at one time consul to .Brazil, theeditor's iiitc of throe qtuIIIValtun al t Hr t t ttl
la'uh' 11 jr. CAI.H.OUN'. a CM:ldldue far M high an ulR.! t' .' I bs.
... Captain Company D, Second Infantry, Florida Stato Troop ized or sanctioned any such state. so-called friend, whom he lovedas live Napoleon U Hn *nr i in !.*

ments. We have personally con a brother, a man in our eyes as high, What. am abmtt to My U a tt tt, tat ,
It'"ord, and thrw *. i .: M
-.. honorable and stainless as George public ruse R g .
Y ducted this campaign without any u!-:.n the rliir.utT uf lh# n 4i> .' t.**
hearts of all true and patriotic Florid- Washington himself, a man whom we the audncity I.> aspire to be Oov rccr .f
MAYS DECLARES FOR DAVIS mud slinging, and anything that admired, loved, honored and respected.This thState of "''''rld t
ians. When Napoleon B. .*,.....rj wv: f' trift '
In spite of the plurality of 9451 votes either of us could have sid or should man accompanied the other two of Mural County. I .." n r"i r-.p i-n ft

i, have said about the other should men, of whom we have nothing to say, dilly newrpaprr puWtah4 in J* ** n\'Uk
against him, in spite pf the fact that of .
A Vigorous Address Issued to the People ).Ikn all (H* ..e..p t-c I
45,406 votes cast in the primary, Mr. have been said in decency and fairness as they are well known, took the dirty, folloutd the 1'1\11<-y of IhI I east ,rsf I*
j; of Florida That Will Certainly ]libelous and insulting doggerel rot from \\Hrh ta.* itttahv Iui a' tbttlmo
, Stockton got but 12,771, he insists upona ,#J.1:., to the other the ,
j upon stump. war In opposition to thr < 1'.lt''Y .t
Enthuse the Thousands of Warm the hands and it in
'fr't"J was soon
second contest. I shall not complain, Sheriff Itrowanl At that u.O too hoard

Supporters of Hon. Robert W. Davis. as I do not wish to return to the senate \;,; "" Anything that might be said! by circulation in our city; which articlewas of Omty ConimUnbiief*. (.f *' *> )ff.

:;' either of at ibis late would t't\nnhnus llopkln ass rhalron keA 4
one day of
us condemned by the best class .
f Monticello, Fla., May 26.-Hon. D. H. without a majority of the people behind I. "" ,.> jlieotlriK and psso.d iwi'uti-'t' e'ra ltJ

Mays, late gubernatorial candidate, today me. The same loyal activity and f't '' be regarded by honest men as cowardly our citizens. These men are Mr. cens-irlnjf the Hh< Broward's and action! In connection ..|ih his t8> at twits
issued the following open letter to interest shown in the first primary will ;Rs-;:a < and while things may be said by supporters, we are sor- duct. Those re..,lutk>n. .n '1 r< 4 app

the democratic voters of Florida: I insure an overwhelming victory in the the friends of either one of us 1 do not ry to say, Mr. Stockton's also. They ,I the record of the ward sad ....
I are active in their interests, and to came public: i>rot>.rlr. I Intent*w4hnlrnwn 1M
To the People of : second. All that I ask is that every
believe that we should be held to any ( of tM board an" others In eft*
I appreciate fully the support of I voter go to the polls and that no apathybe further their ends they one and all, Httl. n tl.lth! .hat w-Mr4 apeD I"

friends in my race for governor I re- allowed to creep in anywhere along accouutabil'ty for this. aided or abetted in,the printing and record, and after carefully <*<.'<}' itdertng t4.
circulation of this vile article. So matter write an article, wKli-h. after fear ]
cret my failure to win solely for the the line. I have endeavored to so conduct our
lag hud the sanction of the ""n"i;'if KItH
that I have faith in man is well nigh shaken to its of the hirer, aaa uww..te
disappointment comes to those I repeat here what so often my tight as'to make it clean, legitimate
foundations. People of Marion county, Upon the iam day I .u "tute' 1' i'.1* \
who so loyally supported me. I said before: I am not the candidate of I and fair in all respects, and I Instance of Sheriff Brownni and t La4

.. I made the race as an individual, with any trust, railroad or corporation, andI II will you put the seal of your approval under a heavy bail bond Mae!: *t* .f
I I hope this will be M conceded by my upon their work by voting for their criminal libel A day or two .,In Bien.
no faction or combination at my wear the collar of no man nor set of
baCk'1 HrowaM same to ra. sat ,U'i i'vt .ti&i
appealing to the Individual men. With the record of Congress an I opponents.As candidates, Stockton and Broward, or he had seed ray arrest h, teasel lion ;

of our state without prejudice. II j i j open book, accessible to everyone, it_ S" to mj personal history and record will you show to the state that such faith what, and I had that published tie held was M grudge doze In.Wt.I\r"

I No man can be more loyal to Florida, i would seem useless to discuss that I have lived in Lake, Bumter politics is not favored by you, and roll me. Hut, he declared he .a>,ie4 III f"
I : up a rousing majority for the candi- after those Mho hud given m* MM a.'lfoi
to the best interests of all her people, wanton charge again and again. Nevertheless !
sherifraud it behooves the people to aud Marion I counties since 1876. I ama dates who have clean oration at he wanted U get *r*. .nut i
I or prouder of the honor than I would I shall point to the fact that fought a fight, them. He offered If I would make a ata!*-,I

1 "... have been. J| questions affecting the interests of the exercise the utmost care in their se native of Alabama, and my father and are guiltless of such methods-Tal- ment In the n \\ipap.r, giving Ii. ..... f
those who had auppiled m* with Ik* Infer
As to my future course in this campaign trusts, railroads and corporations, have It cl iou, was a confederate soldier, ::nd gave iaferro and Davis. oration and. a* h* eipre.*.4 It a"4 i4me

so often asked by good friends, come repeatedly before Congress, and Sot Only i is the office oue that de- four years of his life in the service for up to making an attack upon hits, is
I FRIENDS OF GOOD GOVERNMENT would be light on DIe OtherwlM,, M W
I simply say that on account of Mr. not a line nor a page of the record I! ninnna the strictest Htttiriou: to its the cause of the south. He was killedin Blared that he would railroad to )flu.

Broward's malicious 'I He Intimated to me that he we ta a '
unjust and unwarranted shows that I voted ever in their behalf, p
manifold duli s, both iu the criminal one of the latest battles of the war. Think Before You Cast Your Ballots f riticn to secure my coavtotie .ae4 l\\
I <, attacks on me in his campaign that I ever voted against the princi- would betray those who h4 lives m* lhi
I literature, which he promised to correct ples of democracy or contrary to the and civil brunches, but it also requires I have the satisfaction of knowing for Sheriff-Gordon is the Man Information fV'hed i. the article aloft
: and never did, that my self respect interests of the people.So in its executive a cool head and that my character aud standing as a for the Place eald.I replied to him that ti: U4 Merely ts",.

., will have passed away entirely before that, when it is charged that I ama study experienced judgment. mat and official are highly endorsedby Editor Democrat: I want to tell the product a public record, fortified t? $4+

I can for one moment think of support- candidate of any special interest, let the people of Marion county that on June formation that I h/i received from triad]
o si citius of the counties
Without di to the
I >iragemeut I considered food t :lortty, and sal t !
ing him. the charge be challenged with the rec- 7 they will have the opportunity of had no retnettona ta nuke HAT raaRJewteij
candidates for this" office in Mri<>n above mentioned. I served 12 years
I will vote for Robert \V. Davis, ord, which stamps it as wanton and un- nominating a sheriff that will be a to betray. Pherlff Hroward ttsen told IN]
I citizen fail in ad sheriff JSumter aud Lake counties that I would have to suffer lhaquence rests'
: whom I consider the truer, the better warranted-in a word false. county, a can hardly credit to their county. That man is *, and lntlm te
man. Very truly, I Mr. Stockton, In recent newspaper the exercise of his judgment to C.itt Part of covering the periodsof Henry Gordon. See that you cross his to It that I we convicted.Mr. .

D. II. Mays. '. advertisements of his candidacy for the hit ballot for John P. Gal'oway. lawlessness incident in newly settled name if you have to walk ten miles to I appeared. Ilrowflrl with was the late much Owen IU'1.n..t J, II gtua wheel!

i!; second primary, declares that the people John Galloway, of the candidates regions, and during the entire the polls in the rain or sun as the case mere ai iny attorney Mr J< trr-rra wmij

iI I! of Florida have been corrupted by may be, to vote. Go and cast your'ballot at that time a c.ind.dat: for Sits &astat
now before ihe people, pofswsses the time I was fortunate enough to per 0'tbe femf 'ratio ticket, std lilevtjt;
Hon C, M BrownThanks j I the lavish use of money. This is one of for Henry Gordon. If you do you that I wa victim of political js<-"we 1iu..

1 i, his characteristic complaints used upon I best and strongest ()uiliticatiou! As form my duty as an official, to the will have done your patriotic duty by offered without vollcltatloit on rs t"t t tt

sheriff of Sumter for three satisfaction of the citizens of the counties county and matter what the defend me, knowing that I was *H''*t' 1e..
;k4 His Friends the occasion of his every defeat for the county your no ,
I fluentlal (friend, and uibe! too p f.r letsservice.
I last fifteen years. He insulted the legislature years, his record was an excellent one. that I served in without ever result your conscience will be clear, and Ceuiii'-I for the r-rllt. .' *'tot

II I t I I of 1S99 by charging their corruption At the end of this time the new county having the cecity arising to take you will ever have cause to congratulate a whispered**, asked conference for a with Ocala Fla., :May 26, 1904.-To the1 yourself for helping elect such a
and he in *
now sweeps cire.Vhen It a.Wibif
came up a; i itinuanre
J Lake formed from the the life of a human I think
of being.
was counties
Voters of Florida: I wish to thank my !j II I whole people. I say that the people of good sheriff. Henry Gordon is a man wan granted. 9

friends throughout the state for the'!'.I Florida comprise a citizenship as proud I of tSumter and Orange and Mr. that this was largely due to my temperament without a peer. Fear is a stranger to then went to the lat 1'b' .,t tfJ
Oftenf, who woe at that time itatetorney. Air
flattering vote given me on the 10th of'1' as patriotic, as honest and as incorruptible Galloway's residence being in thent'w and knowledge of human him. He is honest, honorable, frank mid to'" .1m Ihit I rltviJTowrnl IM
i I
attemrtlt tl hold ciftfe
May. Words are inadequate to express I I as the citizenship of any state in county, be resigned i the otiice, uature.a and the possibility may ariseat and unassuming. He is the tool of no cvrr my hen sae l to 1'ltl1t111\1. .* and a f't->
nly gratitude, but should opportunity j. our union, and I denounce the stateI but immediately upon the orgauiz any time iu the life of au official powerful interest but will be the ser- vent me from l'u'P"hlIa matter that ..11M

ever offer, I propose to prove to i ment as an insult and a slander.I vant of the county, yours and mine, be daroaiuif to hla eua. I sated Us id
tion of the new county, was uomi that such an occ-tsiou is uecessary. look Into the ease and 41MM *t It M M|
you who have stood by me my high appreciation I I shall strive to never reach that degree ready and willing at all times to do his caw fit Aj a eon4u.., Itr Owens t_

I of your confidence. I trust of prejudice which.would blind me nated for the short term for sheriff After the disastrous: freeze which duty. The vote of his home precinct Is Into court aatlafled that .&-rtfl Prewar. .

in the second primary that you will and the election he receiveda destroyed a compliment of which man might had no cae, and moved thai U M Mtproaaed.
to the honesty of our people, even those at next my orange prove properties any which was promptly toM and

cast your vote and influence for lIon. who happened to differ from me.I handsome majority for the long in Lake county, came to well be proud-170 votes for him and walked cut of court A free m*&. .

R. W. Davis: a man in whom there Is only 3 against. That is what the Doe anyone believe for a aMMMt *i
I wish again to thank the people for term of four years. Marion county, where I have peo- Robert W. Davis would have taken H>]

no deception, but stands today squareon I the splendid vote given me on May 10, ple who know him best think of him. vantage of his official puaitlon t. thtt *4j

the platform that I have so strenuously I and I pledge to them again my best 80 well were the duties of his office: since resided, nearly nine years.I If the people of Marion county knew pole tempt of(9 prevet.tlnK browbeat the any publication one for tie af I ptw..

advocated. Remember" kind I efforts in their behalf. I shall endeavor performed that at the etui of that. was everal years engaged iu the Henry Gordon as his neighbors do every that might have an unfavorable tffMt
hit :
friends, that in this land question, of to serve all, high and low, rich and poor, term be was re-nominated and reelected saloon business iu Ocala, and without vote would be for him on June 7,1 candiadeyT I EDWARD Jf Imrwot-a. -

which you have heard so much, thereis I with equal fidelity and with an ever without opposition.His any false! hypocrisy oa my part, I Citizens, the opportunity will be pre- Edltot. Farmer and Trucker,* MMttegiFla.

absolutely nothing-the whole mat- ready sympathy for those who cannot sented to you on Tuesday next to elect
frankly that I for
total service and say regret many
experience as
ter is now in litigation, and should the help themselves.In this man as your sheriff. Vote for thecounty's A Famous Cat Laded,

; courts decide In our favor, any one of conclusion I ask all of my friendsto sheriff' embraces a total of iw>lv" reasons: that I engaged in thin busiuew. good Sandspur.
To the Editor of the Oc.l& Baaaer,
It has bern
the four candidates who were before work earnestly for a victory on June years and his record is a clean oue. charged that I

you for governor would have protectedyour 7, and, when the victory is won, let us in the many arrests made by him he have the support of the saloon men The rase against J. I!, lJvlngttoDt

Interest, one as well as another. Brown Replies. jr., pending before the count} Judgs
I forget factional lines, let us heal our has never had occasion to resort to of this county. This is entirely untrue -
The matter will rest with the Board ofP" little differences in the saloon with whereon Mr. LIviugnUiu was rhsrge4
'"" generous spirit violence he earned us every man! the Hun C. M. Brown isoatin reply to
unnecessary yet a
Internal Improvement, who will be your that fellow democrats should and let exception of one, is opposed to me.I Gen. Bullock's letter. He by Sheriff Xu eut with auault -Ub
Groom Mr. Ellis | reputation as a t rror to evil doers. sty
go'ernorIr. Mr.
us all bend our shoulders to the wheelto have solicited: and do solicit the intent murder W }i.
one Fuller
Crawford (or Broome) and Mr. McUn. for forty years he has been voting for
build up the prosperity Florida The civil department of the office support of every fair minded democratic ,
These are all good, honest and the latter because he wtshis old has been dismliweti by the Jtj.J,,. Mf.
men and to enhance the happiness of all 1 conducted with painstaking care voter, but 1 am not that kindof commander -
will protect us. And the land question her people. With assurances of high' man who desires any man's sup- ; that he refrained from entering It. D. Bullock represented Mr. iJfleg.
the of the
\ Is simply "Fulmen Brutum"-may esteem, I beg to remain, sincerely yours, and met approbation port udgiugly, and if you have business the race for Governor on account Bton and twice announced a rradlnttt(

frighten but cannot harm. Respectfully Jas. P. Taliaferro. bar of both counties and the people reasons or any other reasons of a rumor be had heard that the Gen- for trial. Oa drat u.&lIIac the c*... Mf.

C. M. Brown, Sr. alike. why you think you would not support Fuller
aud asked
appeared fur furt'Itftime
eral desire\: the place that althoughhe
THE WHYNESS OF I j Mr. Galloway has never been defeated me it is: your right as a free man to do which
was granted and the
bad been
uuder cousderable
FROM SENATOR TALIAFERRO for office. Shortly before the so, but if you support me I will say expense

THE WHEREFORE that no man can be more appreciative in gelling ready for the race, he continued to June 1. Mr Bullock
expiration of bis last term as sheriffof
Hon. C. :M. Brown saw fit, after the aud no man will do more by regulating held up when be learned of this desireof with Mr. Livingston again -rlf'Ued
Jacksonville Fla., May 23, 1904. Lake be removed to CK-aU. This
l. Irst primary, to come out squarely for official conduct if elected to chow and announced a rradlnnt for trial!
the old veteran and went to him (
Editor Democrat! : I wish to express Bob Davis for governor. General Bullock was in March, 1896 eight years ago. such appreciation as I will. And I but the W. II.
\ prosecutor, Fuller bad
..1.. to you and to my friends throughout all of Ocala, for whom, personally, we Since that time he has been a citizen wish to add, that if I am elected, I and pledged bh support ; that after ':0-

of Florida, my profound appreciationof have a high regard, has seen fit to offer of thin city and county and has earned will do my duty regardless: of what about three week's delay the General gone fishing and had DO witness --

of the splendid support given me on a criticism-a severe one-of his Jour attitude may have been in sup- informed him he was out of the way present The raj* wa then dUtul
and of all with
May 10, which resulted in the following fellow townsman for exercising this the respect in l hy the county judge.
porting me, any cause or matter aud would support him(Browo)(or the
vote, falling but a little short of a right.Why i. whom he baa come iiTcontact in business where it is my official duty to act.: ER. 1OIHERV x
majority over all: ? and personal affairs. Respectfully,

Call:1168. It will be JOHN Brown thinks that "man's Inhumanity Or. Eaten tlndatrllie Cradeatsi
remembered that at the! Mr. Galloway is a native of Alabama P. GALLOWAY. .

i Jennings, 9245. last session of the legislature one of f to man makes countless
removing to Florida in 1876 graduating eie.xltrt of the
Stockton 12771. General Bullock's sons was a repre- candidates mourn and in a tooe of
has resided !in 8umteroow Lake Miami fdical
and ) Cullegeof Clueloaall '
Taliaferro, 222::!. sentative from Marion county, and a .
withering sarcasm lays the acts of
I In Duval county, where Mr. Stockton member of the committee that recom- and Marion counties since that The friends of Senator Taliaferro are Ohio, hell their graduating iercltala

I and I both reside, his vote was 1272, mended the payment of the Wailes time. earnestly warned against the extreme the statesman from Marion open to the audllorum of the colltue< W(d ,.

o : mine, 2377. My plurality over him beIng ,claim in full-something like 177000. The people of Marion county can danger of that over-confidence which public gaze, dwelling especially on nesday afternoon June first at tlso

'-- 1105, and my majority over all 993. General Bullock, it was also said, was has so often cost a candidate a humiliating the Wailes claim. Mr. Brown's letter t
make no mistake when they choose thirty o'clock.Eaton .
fii I mention this as an answer to the pre- lobbying in the interest of the samemeasure. is good reading these days.-Lake
2 election statements that Duval John P. Galloway as their next While we may all feel (as we do) George Lindner, of Anthony
my At any rate, he was one of Index. .
L1 *. home county, would not give me her Major Wailes witnesses. sheriff. quite sure of his triumphant success City who U well known In Ibis city, WM ft

hearty indorsement.I Now, then, he is for Broward for Mr. Galloway'a high standing in that success can only be won by an Individual member of the graduating class ted ,

do not-take to myself the credit for governor. Just looks a little as if he hit home town has been evidenced by deyo his cause on the Judge Ion L. Farris of Jacksonville received his decree In medicine &t'

the splendid vote received here, or generally knew the man most likely to use his part of every one of his supporters to
endorsements in Ocala and
the strongest possible was Wednesday that time. .
the extent of getting out possible :!
p In the state., I look upon it as an influence to get out of the state treas- every
in the local with Hon. George G. Mathews went Dr. Lindner will be at home 1 lu
:,: indorsement of honest, conservative democracy ury nearly a quarter of a million dol- published newspapers I vote for him on the day of election. ||

and of the course of my lars for a lobbyist. over the signatures of the most prominent If his nomination appears to be absolutely up to Anthony and addressed the short while to visit bit r rect.-4*|

friends in refraining from the use off A vote for Broward, undoubtedly, I citizens of Ocala, representing sure, then the same devotionIs democratic voters there last night in Wherever he decides to locate Ari I

language so intemperate as to excite viewed from this standpoint means a every profession or trade. He is naturally quite as necessary in order that we behalf of Messrs. Stockton and practice bU pro(' iioa bU hat of?

enmity, and hatred, and division among vote to pay the Wailes claim In fulL- may make his majority phenomenal,
fitted for the position and will and thus conclusively demonstrate that Broward. From Anthony Judge friends wW wish him mueh toewss ,.'
democrats. Harmony and unity In our T. J. Appleyard's Lake Clty'Index. I __ fi
make an officer that will reflect credit his right to it is as secure and positiveas Farris will make a pilgrimage to tiu-
; party, which has fought so heroically Brother Appleyard was secretary of

1S + .r for good government in the gloomiest the senate and should know whereofhe upon Marion county.-Florida Fruit we have all 'so enthusiasticallyclaimed wannee county. It's another case of

days of our past history, are dear to the speaks. and Truck Grower. it to be. love's labor lost. ; &Ad II.w-'Utt

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I limes-Union. BUSY BELLEVIEW.

r JUDGE DAVIS SHOULD WIN I 1>artq ,the first primary campaign Mr. Stockton took exsIPUons Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will
Watermelons and
to being Balled an obstructionist, and from tilt
: be sold at public auction on Monday, the
H U predicted by many of the bat
that Judge R, W. Davis will win out easily fa tie aocad la he realty: Fourth Day of July J904
3i r. D. E Strnhrl haft quit a l>adlemorrhagr ,

primary with Broward. Had Mr. Brown or Mr. Malt tv* Let ua aaaJyie his present attitude. at Ocala in the of Marion or so much thereof as will be
Friday but is again able ,
In the
race tor the built
second Governorship the, TeJ rapk The Demecratlo people of Florida have up great
wool/ to the amount due the city of Ocala for taxes
not hue felt dlajosed to become a partkan champion of toe pyramid of their rotes with the Taliaferro banner floating to atieud to the i-liippiii., uf his necessary pay
herein set opposite to the same together with cost of such sale
Intereita of Mr. Davis u ,
oppoeed to eJtaw one of the 'from the top thereof
**. tomato crop. and '
ticellent gentlemen but with Broward ai the aJUrnaBre They gave Mr. TalUferro 22.22 votes. advertising:

t t believe we would not be serving Oe beat Intarwta of oat we Mr. Stockton received only 12.7ft. Dr. Ahshire in spending a few day I 'I

county and State if we failed *o 'give Judge Darts fife nest And yet. taking advantage of the tact that Senator litre with his: iiut>llIer.Ir: !* Lu lus. ; I II

cordial of having a majority over the I SeRVEY OR ADo
support. Taliaferro lacked a few votes local l I I'Tun
The first tu" Hiuir hrid l by. the OWNER DESCRIPTION OF LAND ICON .
Robert: W. Davit has back of :1m a record of neat combined vote cast for hie three competitors Mr. StOCK- .III' Oats _

fulneti In the State Legislature ant In the national Oobgreaa: us* ton seeks to obstruct the will of the people and demands Iwlneof Maoii. siii '<- Ih" tiff of Jan I'-: I III ,! -

and Sa a man of unqoeetlonable reconstruct that pyramid. 8th which d..t-I in- 1'Nisr rOlulUB
ability and IcUerlty. la that they 'rojtil Otto Grothe_...... all fractional_....___.___ 40 d f" 3' _
the present campaign when tie primary election system .. Why and brit Sat urda It McConathy ?..._...._.Iall fracliona1...._____ 50S 3615
being put to IU first fall test the he haa the remotest hope that his colors wit ( couiutt way )I J A Pittman ..._.___'e34 .._ .._..___.... .?? II 0 S 14'n ,
great because
strength of Ws huNot ___, ._ .... '
in tlir"'Vhitllerbulbfin on E. Otto Grotbe aU h. ..::- __ A tc O S II..
aeter has been well shown In the cUanllnews of Ms, be hoisted thereon. night Mrs D t Wenger.._.?... s34 01 s} ...?._..., ...----....... 0 s q II
There Las campaign Fro Unknown .. _.__. .. 72ft nand s by 56n e and w inD'" I'A I
methods. been no yielding to the Certainly not. t *trt'.1liM i (
temptation ,
to corner..___ '.' __ .. .. S y II
ire t Innuendo and mkr-presentation with like weapons, but Of couse, Mr. Stockton has the right to go into the second \ B-lle Sirulivl sliest Saturday Elmira Williams..__..!72 n n and I by 56 n c and w In 11' I I .
corncr ... .. .... 2.210 S
the act of doing asa --- -- 4"
be has even under the most extreme provocation"pursued primary If he BO desires but very mid in O,.,,14 tr J W Alexander ._......I ia11_.... ......__....... ___ 3'33' 0 S 9 jA s
course that must commend him to the consideration under the circumstances makes it look very much like h-s Sunday :/lrlegate Carmichael & Son Co "',w3....__.______ z'8 0 S II J t

of B :11'11 Mrs E S Six..._._??_ s54._.__ .._ ??_....__ 33so S ,,11,1,
eteiy Democrat .F9 values honorable and clean methods was doing so through a spirit of spite. the iili:>t Suutdy con veu.liuu. Westerly Savings Hank i7t n u and 5 by 66 ft e and win sw + I

In politics.4 Mr. Stockton knows-lf he knows anythir.g-that tU corner __ ?.,_.. ...?_. .... 140 I 0 S It 16
the other head Mr. reverse their verdict Mrs L Williams__ nH- ? _= n.-= 1.00 S rty tHeirs
>n Broward who goes Into the sec- I Democratic people of Florida do not d of Rachel S Perrin alUZ ?,?._ ____ ..._.__ 251 0 s ". t
onJ primary with Judge Davis waa heralded as a candidate without Just cause. Mr*.Ht ii Nortli*'y entertain overSunday C Chambliss ?._?..._.'all._._.. ..._ ..._ 331 OS 91*
the high office of Governor he will know it on th- Wir road r L Brooks.._.__. .all. .??. ...__...? .....__ 45 I OS 4 ,.
for by a flood of literature In He knows-or if he does not now allifr liom- oil the ..
I B Borland...._ ?.. ,C\mz8: ft sofnw cor ___ ,,14 Ob
welch aspersions were cast upon the Integrity of of June 7-that when one reeks to tear down the s2Sftetr2ttn2Sftwrr2ft__ I I J 45
Judge night build: it Ino'c Miss Burke, \1 r. Billie Baugs and Mr.LiwiviM' J B Borland ..._?_.. corn 84 ft s of nw cor ...... ... !,64'OS'
Davis and an appeal was made to of Florida they
prejudice. In his speech good work done by the people ., s 28 Item ft n 28 It w 112 tt__._. j I I 14*
In Starke Mr. Broward devoted his entire time to criticism better and stronger than they did it tcfore. *', .f 0 ,1! t.Mfvi" W B GoodwinW ?.._.....-I all _.. .,, _..._ ....__.... ..._ 2 681: J6 I.
JackruiriKe uf.t.- W Felter ..._.... .. lot 4 and s34 __..._..__.._ ..._ 16q 0 s pw *
or Judge Davis and concluded with an appeal to those prtb- The quick rehabilitation of the city of H. c. HilLe .11'1 J. J. Selu.i W Clyatt ._....... all ................ _.........._? ..._? 11730 S 4 ql

ent to vote for him If they could but If not to vote for one the great fire of May 3, 1901. proves this. "ulil ijnr"iil.wd uf watermelons Mrs R B Sternberger .?...',com 26 ft e ot se cor .._??..._ ;g 0 aw76ftnt12fte76ftstlaft
I 7a9
? ,
of die candidates other than Davis. In making any such apt ,Mr. Stockton is an obstructionist. Land Mortgage Bank ''S,3'??"'_ ... ._.....__ ...._ 3 19 N S SI24NSS 3 a
peal be showed plainly that the main object of Ms ean41He is proving It to the whole people by his ho ,.esh on he track 111.\. Pdlt-niiu, of New T H Dickerson..................,lots 4 and 7.......?.-?......_...... ..__ S It
to defeat Judge Davis Z C Chambliss _,.?.._ s4 .._. ..__?._. _. 225' N S S S fit
dacy was and In the unwarranted I landing in the way of their will Orieaus. C Hicks ...................-.179 ft e and w by 52 ft n and s in se I I
ehargea that 1 > mad it wu all too plain that be wax fir> are supreme, and their will shall pre- : : coruer..M.... .._....._ ..._ ..- 4'26iNSS; 4 Jtt
Ing, to stoop to any means to accomplish that end. '% But the people Mrs. T. A. Mitchell and batty returned Sarah A Gowens.....?? ..,n'i! except 72 ft e and w by 40 ft n and :

/If .. are to preaerve the primary aa a means of nominating I va11. will be politically! s in se corner ...._........, .. r'28N I { S S 6 II
. candidates for our offices it la imperative that such It Is inevitable that Mr. Stockton \Vedu' .lty from Ocala where G E Gattes..._?.._ .....;32 ft n end s by 56 ft e and w in sw : I
Mr Broward should crushed by the verdict of the June primary but he has nc corner ...._........... .. ...__.... ._ 4'a8' N S S 3,
tics aa pursued be rebuked la the ta.c.t one to blame but himself. The people have given him timely they had ben the lIt's'"f MissTillie Mrs R B Sternberger _. e14 ........__. .. ......_............? ..?_ 134NSSata'N 9.
ttart, and the rebuke should be so unqualified u to If he will not accept their first verdict he must Unknown ?._...?_......!n34..... ........ ........ ..._....-_...- a t4 N s N a i.
al a lasting warning to others who might be disposed to uie _arnlnhg. of rashly standing In their way. Pyles. Unknown ??._?._..._''s.2'! ._. .. .... ...... __ 8 N3I4'NSN If 16
, ..+d s..t hnfliStarko Telegraph consequences Unknown _..._....._ ._:n4 ..........._.. ...._.......__.. __ ,14
!' ---- Work on the repairs to the :MethDdist : Mrs Anna Parham.. .._..'s ; ..............._.............._....... 314NS N
Stephen Smith .?._._all ,. .....________...,. uNSN 759
and meekness of true Christian the rich nan and the poor man will parsonage is progressing finely SP Brockington......?..?.?:com at nw corner ....- ...- F :Dunn's Central
EXAMINE THE RECORD hero.l sIo5ftett9ftnlo5ftw119ft... .. I i I II tie
.i) ism, and a* th- first, so also the walk idA by side, each bearing his J iud the home will soon he in first- Miss Julia Y wens...? at t>e corner.._...__..,............... HI Dunn'a Central
| sl9frtw2S8ftnl98fte251ft! __. .. : 150.
be the Ocala Banner's next esca tern of all subsequent martyrs. His just proportion of the burdens of 4 elas! condition. Unknown ..._"........ ....'4H ft nand s by Si ft e and w on n
What will side ......?..._..... ,.?.......,.. .. M.... I (Dunn'*Central 6 t1
pade The editor oi that paper bas accused Christian brethern forsook not the ,government; each enjoying his full A sw mill I is to be put up at the Unknown ....._. ...__'''com 105 ft s ol nw cor.. .__..? .?? BAUred'
tome of those who differ with him of many : sgcftelo5ftn35ftwlo5lt... _. i! tb{
In those who Taliaferro and remains of this hOly man but took share of tbe property that will surely 1 turpentine Camp, the 1-Oil.r j nd i-ar- Unknown ...-......._.?- com 140 ft sol nw cor..?.__.n. ... .._ BAtlredi .
1 things. oppose s 35 it e 205 ft n 35 ft w 205 ft_..... I a 54
Davis he can see nothing good and those who care to bury him and accompanied I come! to our state under his wise and riagehavingalready arrived aud it W 0 Parker ?.?_ ...... all. _?.._...._... ......_ PlAllreda: J lJ
Uvor them nothing bad. He compares Brown's Mrs Ida Ranker _...... '. nw>{ _..._.. .. .._. .. ... I j'AUred' ID
I hid funeral with great mourning. progressive administration. Elec will he under the aMe management Peter Ingram ....??,....._ s34 ofswtf ?._?.---_. ..... I IJJAllreds 670
flop over" to Davis to the PentecosU. conversions Unknown ....._......_. .. all in sec 7. .... _...-...... .._ 3! a Allred 9 (4
and accuses Saul, who was afterwards The same chronicler, speaking of him, then no unfriendly hand will I of Mr. Chit! Brown. Alice M Pawling_...,..,Jail'' _........__..._.:... _:..?_ 2i9Allreds;; $ 40
Pant the apostle, of stoning Stephen unto UnknownUnknown ...._...? Jail _._.._.. .... ...__ 419AUred 49*
St. Paul, aid that he "consented to guide our ship of state, but one who A new telephone line is being put ....?._....,...''com 544 ft w of a point 150 ft s of se cor 'I'
death. .
t of sw# sec S tp 15 r 22, w 147 ft o
Now, if Brother Han is is truthful, it may be : the stoning of Stephen" and that has safely piloted the second congressional i iu between this place aid Summer I 147 ft e 147 ft s 147 ft ...--- I t >4

to follow his advice, but if he i? not RF Sample ....._........ :all ...?,?, ---... ...- 7 S & D II.
all right after the death of the martyr began a The office i i.. be In the Jail .. ..... ..
district into democratic field. to Mrs Flora Likowski ..?, ...__ ._ 17 S & 1J f 5IJ
truthful we should steer clear of his teachings.Let 'I Mrs R S Perrin heirs ". swi. .._.. ..... _?.. n, .. .. 22 S&D t is
Bible readers examine the record and if career of severe persecution of the harbors for eight years and safely Marion Mercantile) (V*' store, connecting R Sample ..........??? lots 35 and 38.. ._..___?. ...t! 'S&D 4'"
fiad that Paul or Saul "stoned Stephen Mrs P J Barber ... ....._ all .??...?. .. __.. "'_._ i" S & D 1 35
they them for Taliaferro and church at Jerusalem and became anchored her there, with no breath o( with the lines from the tur- Chas W Torrey ..__ com at ne cor ..______157 Reardons Mid'tow
death. Itt vote
s 122 ft (132 ft n 122 It w 132 It .. I 6 n
Davis ; but if it be found that the charge is untrue distinguished"among its enemies by suspicion( ever aimed at his fair record. pentine camp to Ocala, and will make Mrs F R Gary ....._.,.. ... lots 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II .. _____1 I Gary Grove p *
Unknown... _.. 112 it nand s by ft e and w in
and that Brother Harris has"fudged" on ?? 70 swj
his activity and violence. Elect him then the lands and the telephone connections iieim-eu Ocala corner .... : Caldwell 24
the man of Tarsus then let them vote for Brow. I and Wildwood via Pickeitville. Mrs }' H 3fassey ..._ com at nw ----/8|. ':10 Caldwell
\1 art and Stockton. Now, if St. Paul was present at the houses, the goods and the chattels of sl65fteIo6ftn6tltw36ttnio4ft1 I \

JOSH. oft ...... .
w i
will --- I 1604
who fudge is
believe on ,
, We any man stoning of Stephen and gave his conI I the people of the state will be kept G C Stevens trustee ..._ all . ;. ?..__..._ .._ I i Caldwell: II 16
i good a man as Paul .was. and that after he has J Unknown ___.?_.Ie34 -- -.. ..--- .. ...----: .24caldwell33'CiMwell; II 95
been dead near two thousand years will fudge I I gent thereto, although he may not inviolate f>>r their usa and tenefit That Throbbing Headach. Unknown ._?....,......... com at se cor '_ .._ '
n 349)i) ft w 200 ft s !; tt e 200 ftSo '
I 349 I qA
Stockton and Napoleon Broward especially 9
on John I have thrown a stone, but looked on forever. Very truly, Would quickly leave you, if you Mary A Mente ......._.......swy _......._ .....___?- -. jft3&Caldwell... It I*
when it is to his financial interest to do use Dr' Ki Nt'w Life Pill. Thousands J H Dudley ?._. ..__ ft e and w by 134 ft n and a :in nwi!
I o.-Gainesville Star. I r with approval, he wan an DANMTTE H. MAYS.Mouiiiello corner ... ............_ ?_ ,..D..1'i ii 6 St
of sufferers have proved their FC Alworth .......-.. all_ ............_-.. ......_.....??...?..?_ 14; zCaMwetl
Well, to satisfy our hypercritical accessory to the murder before Fla., May 31, 1904. /1 IBtnJamlnssubofblks40aud41..1: !' | I 701
raiu-hlpss merit for sick and Nervous DuncauCampbelt...._ com 142 tteof nwcorsuSft ....- -- .-. 4 'caWwcU
neighbor we examine the and after the fact and was as ft ft ft, ,
suppose --- HUi1 .ches. Tney make pure bl od \ w 142 570 e35S1tnl88 I I
1 w 213 ft ...--. ""- .-..... 6 4'
record and find that the Ocala Ban- guilty of the martyr's death as if Worst of All Experience. and build up your health. Oul., _5 : Heirs of Ann Riley .....?.572.3ftnandsbyti5fteandwinnwl
I corner .. ,.. ... '_.._ .._i 46'CaMwcl! I 1\ si t
' ner'seouteutionisabsolutelysustaiued he alone had done the stoning. Can anything be: wore than to feel cents, money bark if not cured bold,.1 I Chas Torrey ......._,,w% except 2-3n n and s by 150 tt ej I I
that minute will be and TO tn caw corner ._.I.Caldwell _
every your last? & C .W M
i 5
" will it disjoin Ephraiui. from his Upon this point there is no disagree!! 01 v Tvdinea -- )- Druggist.'I'S Mrs M A Miller heirs I In2 ........._.._ U''I.. ?___.._.. i 4 i,CaMwtll49CaMwrH *
Such was tits experience of Mrs. t*. H. Mrs Fannie F Anthony.n 4..._..._. ...-___ I. II
, Idols? ment among law writers. Newson Decatur Ala. "For three BH Hodges_.__......lots 1234518910 Hodges sub .. .. ,' 'SICald..ell':, 611 .
I R F Sample _._ .....?_,&11..._ ..._...___ ____ 11)I D'Dunn' H. P 1 i6
We have no such idea. But, we do not suppose!: for a mo years" she writes, "I endured insufferable All Birdsey ................. (lots 4 5..... ................?,.. ___ I Capitol Hill I.
McConathy.._.... ..... ...aU ...__._..._ ....._._...._, t Capitol Hill \
But ad the Ocala Banner has been ment hat the facts here enumeratedwill pain from indigestion, stomach J W Pearson....._ ....... com 2 95 chs e of ne cor ?._......... ..-> MCafcwetl
3-39 chs s 3 48 chs w 39 chs I
accused of "fudging" on a man, who di-jom our brother from his idols, and bowel trouble. Death seem- ChS :: .n3.48. I SrI "*

ed inevitable when doctors and all Ellen Williams .. ..._ com 2 chs e of ne cor J i38'CaMw I
has been dead for nearly two thousand but that he will go right along! votingfor I e269chsS3Schsw269cbsn3.3Sfchs. !

remedies failed. Atlength I was induced FOR I ............_?.?_....?.!?........i-.j-j-ii] I
years, In order to keep its reputa Messrs. Stockton. Broward and to try Electric Bitters and the Mrs M E Dawson .... ._|'lot8 rn.Bullock's. sub. :net sec 19 tp. .151 ; : :

tion moderately correct we shall see Barrs. result was miraculous. I improved at Unknown .....-.-.....?.-.,lots t37 too 144-,..---....- ,C."'*
R wBFuller....__.??. .... ne34 __. ...._...._... .._. & G.rV.K 45
what th- record says. "Ephraim is joined to his idols," so I once and now lam completely recover form Solomon _.?..._com at ne cor. ...--.-., I' O Smith

The eminent author of Watson's we shall let him alone ed." For Liver, Kidney, Stomach YOU i'I I n wt5afts63f 103J4 ft.._ft_e 100_ft .a._40 ft.?malt..... I 6 41 :

and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is Celia Jones...??..... .....-....155 ft n and s by 163 ft e and w in *e jI
"Biblcal and Theological Dictionary" The worries of weak and sick corner..._._____. .. 3.. KG am UnaE 'Stl
the only medicine. Only 50c. Its Archy Jacobs......,.. ..._..I ll.-.........._ .. ....:..... ...___.._, 4' O hmilhiE C ,*
nays that Stephen was the first mother are only begun with the birthof I Shooter C C_?._._.. .... Coin 40 It E cf NW Cor..__. __I 5' G Smith
guaaHBteed! by Tydings & C" Drug. '
her child. By day her wark is cou- E 45 ft SI3SH flW 45 ft NI31lt. J'I)
martyr; that he is always put at the gist. J H Thurston .. ......_ R34..__.....: _. ...__151 K G SmHhiMHdwO ,.
btantly interupted and at night her Unknown ??....-.... "''?.' Com us ft w oCne cur sw4! seciStpi$| '
head of the t-even deacons; that he DRINK r 22 W93% it s 230 it e 93M ft n .y> It, b 71I
rest is broken br the wailing of the BLirCHTON. Mrs F H Massty.....?.- com 659 ft w of ne corner swj" sec isi I i

performed many wonderful miracles peevish puny infant. Dr. Pierch's I [ tp 15 r 22 s 242 it w 150 ft n 242 ft e; '! I
150 ft ___ .... "___i 19 aR'
and those disputing with him could Favorite Prescription makes weak :X Hampton ...._......._'all_. ..._....__..._s"-__...,14 I lftte1IMS 11
The Sunday school convention of I Unknown .?... .. .....?_jwl/_..?......_..._..._.._ ...tTTT-......I.i flitted'... a itI
not withstand the power and wisdom women strong and sick women well. I V B CollierSJ _.......... _'lots 7 and 14..__ _..--.. .i' Kr*..4 I"
It lightens all the burdens of maternity the western district met with the Green ?..___.__!fall..._.. ....--....._-_.......? i I' 6JCNM' i I
with which he spoke. Those of the N W Hanson.._ ............ lots 21 and 73 I.____. j I 6't'"t4It i 11,
giving to mothers strength and I II Sunday school of this place Saturday! Unknown ..._........,,,_? lots 2 4 and 6_ ...... -- i MWNt = I N
having suborned false J[ P Higginbotham ........ lots I 234 and 10......_...._.._....-.. .1 9 W. I I 1\
synagogue vigor, which thsy impart to their and Sunda '. The writer noticed J\I[ Higginbctham ."." ". lots 9 and n...._...._ -...-......' I Wld ba I-
witnesses to testify that they had children. In over thirty of I' s M Shade -.__......_. lots 21 and 23 .....--.-- .. .a& ... OH
: year representatives from the following Unknown _.._...._ lots 2 4 and 6 ..-.............-.-...- I.i WeM ... S .
heard him"blaspheme against Moles practice: Dr.Pierce and his 2i "o'iatestafl' \Vm James.-.......--. lot O*.........-..........-.......--.-.... .I I W" W ,IHed2"man
places: Ocala, Mrs. Graham. Messrs.! __. ._ lots ii and 13.....___...._ _?.......' It W" '" I ,SU
and against God drew him before of inearly a !core of physicianshave J[ P Brockiugton ..._...... lot 23 ...__ .. ....._ I "i't 1Veet fly It.
treated and cured more than Mathews and Edwards ; :Martel H. THE OqEATI Len Alexander 200 ft w of se corner w 5: ft n 1311! 9!' loots
Sanhedrim. Stephen appeared in I ft e 91 ft s 119 ft w 40 ft a 119 ft_. ] \ *
half a million suffering women dick W. Long; Hetdtville, L. L. Akin, I I Unknown _.. .. _....... all...._......__.. .............. .., IN DlIIW I '\
the midst of this assembly with a I E F Sev.ier_..._ ,....,lots ii and 13 _..._..__ ... .. I IQ DII! W + y'
women are invited to consult Dr. Mr. and Mrs. C.1.. Akin ; Flemington HEALTH DRINK i EFSevier............__._. lots it and 13 -.-...- _.___.'1 ID N W j ....
countenance like that of an angel. Pierce by letter free of charge. All Fla West Coast Impr't Co lots A and B .._ ._ ......__...._' I I', N W \ \
Mr. Joe Mathews and daughter Unknown ?..._.?._?.- all except 82 ft n and s on n end ......-. ariD JJ 11'J
He them for their hardnessof correspondence is strictly private., Fla West Coast Impr't Co all except 65 ft nand,on n end.......... 'siD N w 1 4 u4
upbraided Miss Allie, Mr. J. K. Mixon and sister E W Kay bill..... ... all __._ ...._ ... ......_... 14 Ttteker .. 4 ,.
their putting the prophet Address Dr. R. X. Pierce, Invalids'H&tel R E Bngance ._?.....___ an .. ..._.. .. .. __._. I Tn4kerI I I.
heart.for and Sugical Institute Buffalo and Rev. A. L. Prisoc Mormton Unknown ......... __ _. ... n% .... ............... ...... ....__.._.......11 c ... j w
death and lastly with slaying ; Unknown ... ............._ nwy .._.........___........_ 1 'C1ris: 1 ,
to N. Y. W. J. Polk and wife; Williston, J. B. Unknown _.. ......._,n3{ --.. ... ..-- ....... ..-..... 14 C SaM I I "
Christ himself. At these words thoseof I "IN THE T ( GOOD G OLDSUMMER H W Ward..... .. ..''nw'b! ........_..._...._?....__ 1 7 :Case, '.;
May's Tribute to Davis.To Epperson and wife and Mrs. Lila John Page _._ .._........all! ....,..._.____...._. ..I 'CHs.. 4 '
filled with H W Ward.......... ....._.nee/ ........... ......_.._. Clhttl I U
the synagogue were rage the Gentlemen of the Committee: Edwards; Wacahoota, County Com Yancy C ...?,.._...._....__!swy ...____.._?.? .. ? .. II ''Ckaes \ | ,i
and gnashed their teeth at him. Please express my regret at not Yancy ?_".'_" .Isw| <, for 1902.----. II I ltaea i v
missioner mi'.h.
i Stephen lifting up his eyes to heaven being able to meet the people of gated a good crowd. There aggre-were ( TIM f. W. W. CLYATT,

' calmly exclaimed, "I see the heaven Polk county today. On account of Tax Collector, City of Ocala, MHon County Florhta.T .
about 500
people present. The
a.t open and the Son of Mali standing at my long absence from my home :
. program and minutes will be readyfor ,
V the right hand of God." during the campaign my presence on Sued by His Doctor. NOTICE.
publication next week.
The Jews cried out and stopped their my farm is most necessary. "A doctor here has sued me for$12 50 ninE REGULARpNE KXAMIMATIOM fOK
: Mrs. C. C. Hall and son of _L teachers will take place m Otsia.u Tatrdav
which I claim was ezscessi for a case 7th at9 o'clock White
had heard blas !Kay to the people of Polk county June 1904 aMlieaatt
ears as though they are visiting Mrs. We M ETTO isade- will meet at Ocala High Belled ;M"'( am.'
that I am under lasting obligations to w, of this place. of cholera morbus, rays R. White, colored applicants at Howard Academy lauW-
and Stephen they
falling on
phemy 1 I Quite a number of Blitchtonians of Coachella, Cal. "At tbe trial he ing.All

I drew him out of the city and "stoned them for the splendid support given J i i I visited Ocala last week. li ious;beverage made praised his medical skill and medi- Marion parties county, who sot esp already
him." The witnesses laid down their me iu tbe last primary; that my debt a cine. I asked him if it was not pired certibcatc. will be re examination. The .
Mrs. N. L. Freyermouth is 'from Saw Palmetto qHl 91 MI Tfcury DM
feet of man of gratitude to them rests not lightlyon visitingMrs. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Practice will be taken from Mtl.,'.M ew ktod
clothes at the a young
, J. R. Thomas Management met;$i oo. at II B. Mastery
me and that life will be far too at Areher. freer Diarrhoea Remedy he used as I had Ocala,Fla. 3
It afterwards St. Paul who Absolutely
,Called Saul ,
Miss Minnie Wilson has returned to believe it One dollar wiUbe charged each i."$ks.t according 4
good reason was.
to law.
short for me ever to that whenI
his repay;
commenced I
then appears to have from a visit Montbrook.. harmful drugs. Metto No doctor could use a better remedy W D CAU.hpt. .
> ..
last met them my heart ran high [ hb. j
career of persecution. F than this in a CAof cholera mor bus, ----- -

Stephen with a loud voice said with the hope that I would be their I Thrown From a Wagon ;stimulates the Liver, t never fails. Sold by all drggists. m NOTICE

#I. and next governor; that I spoke to them Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVK.V THAT THK
1 "Lord Jesus, receive my spirit, flushes the acts ai executors aunt tr..Uia. =
the purposes of an honest heart filled from his wagon and severely bruised.He Kidneys, respectively the estate of Job .. !*.., At
fell asleep, an example of the majesty NOTICE.Of ceased,will 011SatUTdd.1.11ac
I applied Chamberlain's Pain .
with the determination to build up directly on the Bladder. id day tf JuJi. A. ht rg.t,

. Chamberlain'c Stomach and Liver Tablets Balm freely and says it is the best lini- apply to the county jodge of Uartva ..
. Doctor's Pre our fair state; to make happier and ment he ever used. Mr. Babcock is Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Flonda. at Ocala. Pia. f4M'he PWCOM .f .atl
Better than a a
Makes the organs per- Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida. in; final aettlemeatof theft aeeoinM and tar
scription.Mr. morecontented her people; that wereI well known citizen of North Plain, final discharge.

J. ,Yo Turner, of Truhart, Va., with them today I would tell them Conn. form their functions in a NOTICE IS HEREBY of GIVEN tax certificate THAT N.No.L. H.W.O.A. DCJf HOCKKS, .

says! that Chamberlain's Stomach and dated the 2d day of June. A. D. Bxenuer*
770 Igor
that there is yet another before them There is nothing equal to Pain balm B. .
has filed *aid certificate in my office aDd made Auc LAW.IUMVUU
Liver Tablets have done him more asking their support for the high for sprains and bruises. It will effect a natural I way, thereby application for tax deed to Issue in accordance 12-25 ,
good than anything he could get from with law. Said certificates embraces the -,-- -- -- -
in this office of governor-Robt. W. Davis- cure in one-third the time required by the in following described property situated in ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRtD
the doctor. If any physician keeping system a Marion county Florida,to wit:
medicine any treatment. For sale by all drug- Lot Plat book A page :o2 sect tp 16 r 24- ITOR8-
e country was able to compound a who I believe will be honest, faithful gists. The said land hang assessed at the oate oi

that would produce such gratifyIng and true to your every interest; nomi- m perfect and healthy con- the issuance of such certificate in the name of NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN TO caD a
Windham. Unless said
Sarah certificate shall
legatee.dwtrib U* aft
For sick headache txra *
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: ACID PHOSPHATE- i " " " " ;" " r '" "s" "-" tr-" " " '.....l ;

To be Erected at Port Inglis- ... :
pany Capitalized for Half .... ;

Tb Barker Chemical Co.,

ed at 5500,000, ami organized
terests identified with the Port j : .

Terminal Co., the Dunnelloa F .

phate Co, and Messrs. J. .....
back&Co., will erect an acid ....
phate plant at luglU, the -4
ters of the Port Inglis Terminal
some tiwe during next fall, -- 'Je
about November. The plant --
erected by Mr. Peter S. Gilchrist .....
chemical engineer at Charlotte, ......

who will construct the first unit :Ej -
capacity of which will be 30,000 -
...... -
of acid phosphate,and the
bets built as to add three other __
from tiwe to time, as the ---

may develop.
The scheme of this

quite a novel one,as the
to utilize the low grade .......
under 77 cent.B. .-4
phosphate per
from the mines of the .......
Phosphate: Co.,and Messrs. J. __
; geubach&Co.,and it will -41
acid phosphate from 14 per cent. .....
t per cent. available acid --
the trade may require.
Inglis, it will be

near the port opened up _..._....._
years ago, on the Gulf of ... .
the mouth of the .....

river, by the Port Inglis

Co., to enable the Dannellon j
phate Co., to export its
.direct, and cave the heavy
freights charged by the .....
owns and operates: its own ---
from the mines,,loading ( ---

barges and tugs,and lately ) =
& Co., have .
Buttgeubach |
with the DunuelloniPhospnate the former.

export their production through

port,and it is the by-prodncts of --

two companies which will be
with the
the new works.
With the benefit and
its peculiar location the

may reasonable hook forward First
really a
splendid business. It will

direct private railway' ..........

with the mines, and will I of its kind.
pyrities direct from Spain on 3

chartered for the export
318"T" t4
business, The Port Inglis .......
R Co., will supply sttel constructed --.-
going barges and powerful tug ..
to transport(the(acid ....

bulk to Pensacola, Mobile New
leans, GalvE'stonand all gulf '

south Atlantic ports. The .
ChemicallCo.. will do a strictly ___

phosphate business,
no fertilizers at all,same being ---
for domestic shipments.- I .....
Fertilizer. ....
Climatic Cures.

The influence climatic as are in fact
in the cure of consumption is ,
much overdrawn. Thelpoor: /I ......
and the rich patient, toocan do
better at home byproper; to the cheapest.
food digestion, ands regular u
German Syrup. Free
in the morning is made
German Syrup,so is a good
'rest and the absence os that (
ing cough and debiliatiug ,.
T sweat. Restless nights and + ....
tion due to coughing: the
danger and dread of the advanta-
can be prevented stopped by
German Syrup liberally aad ---
Should you be able to go to a
clime,you will find that of the Groceries and 3
ands ot consumptives there, the
who are benefited and regain ......
are those who use! German :)

Trial Store.For sale bottle by 25c.Antimonopoly regular bottle in the city. ---

Is Love of the People or ......
Office the Inspiration.Mr. '
Broward':of Jacksonville : : .-tII/II.-.....

that every breath he draws is for

love of the common people Merits.

nor loving them wants to become

Mr.John N. C. Stockton, of .--....-..
sonville, says that every
draws for very love of the Business : 3'
people and for this love wants to ,
....... V
come United States senator.Mr. ........
.J.M.Barrs of Jacksonville, .... .
that every breath he draws is for ......
love of the common people .....
this love wants to become

man. .
It is meet that the average
should inquire If this love u
for the love of office or the love of .
people--if there were no offices in 4i
would this love be so pronounced .......

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