The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00479
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00479
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

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*s __ U .t ,' \' ', ('or.- S-ti.)r;lv ati,'r every m hialI arrived ,i;,-rs art, r. tpii",d To do- it rsp<
n '- ^ n 3, , -! ->":^r P(ow\ r said] l'ha il -;oinet nlian- t'I.i r adiivy TO the (.all of those inl
Mr. (Georgte R. McK-ani has g0 -1 -.t i.oi b,1 u-.i ,.s h ms n sat () ala. '. ',r h h e a id that h a ll n- *h r i i, all f th s
Chicago in a business %isit. and w net bisit a ada.i! i t a i that it was e-
be abst-r" or a couple f (iweek,. civ up'i u ttre hoes. as sh> was sure t d at nr
--. rIl. -\,ry y. e Cel>' Sarurday-, f:'.' i .*' ,'" a !y a' ndl ,the lovely things They left must be ba ,e dlone no more.
A-,-'21.t T .: .":) ');lt ( in)t!-, i i. dt-|d( for" a brid]o. and asked oe ry h .;~d O' I (ld ilIlJ r
Mr. Purdy Richardson Is spending a Ai '1 1. nt dfor a bride, an asked every- The soldiers ar loud in lir pr
"""'V i ,. <, ,Iv'i,, l~ars. ,jn,-, 111 0'fl~lh niit( t l dinling r~oom and ,t' their I rat I~';t~ll-l b t hi-' let ,pl*
few days in Ocala with his i-,-, l n cis, ,('h ;:o t, ts'a s. v ; \" *'' ), "M.', !-c' "'. '] R v. ,t '' thel. On the tale was arranoom a d f ensac ,a. The latch-tring hung
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. c, __ __ '' '*'* *-"' *1 -!;ii r' i*a !i- here. itrt-a c^-;^ ^ nowi. In the-, center was a Ie u jr ^ o t i e o v r o re n
Miss Belle Bishop was in Ocala (' tli Fl -1'1' t',!l .. "' .,,' *. irn- :..eren o r ea,-ca- k P 1Mia'tfm basket filld with attractively | opl n v.ry han av t
Sunday with her brother. Mr. W alke-r r ,o-v Sto>,'. '. t. lit it.',, k.( M. !.,.' ; i '. :r'** h .' H..ch work. ,!(,n -I) lpa(ka. ,< of Xariouls sizes and must g.nfrons treatment. shwt,
Bishop. She is now visiting relatives J &A > n. 1). I -. .M,.lv, M 'I\. o....... .. .':.. ? .in',rsr of I'' -:-,t s. .\Around this baske was '!i hn,! ',ith bo, luets ufi. rari
at Citr Mac(Kay. Th (;hioet. The 1 "-'u; a: :' (,. -:. r S .'h.':iind. au' :!'-t of moss, with hee ant there spItakii!mo anhl hooil wishes.
Store Theiis-Zachr\ iurnlii:r, '> : '. :- task of ra si ,, ridits chickens tc. The soldier os oi ely
Mr. Borland of Citra and For! Mv- pan Knit-ht: .,.l-Mattin 'oin I ., 5, ;. > fl "s. do ar- t '.i I, a'!ioPI aI uolt th' e title were *n,.r hearts, and tay of theII
ers was in O ala Tuesday He sy- nrion Shoe (Con ain y, A. E- Burn.-i T T" : I '.'," "ieh "nco't.C ';t'' i on 1 ,iTs, of rab>':ts also .I oi t i'tirn to the d1p water
the woods are all ablaz-' for Johlln B. Snyder. Ocala N ,'.s ('o,.\n; :: "- ,I., t, .:4; a.T ,, ,. sis. andl tiny "iI dies. etc. t- -
Stockton for g.,vernlr. G;uarai v-. Clol'in. 'opIqany. Ko;.'-7 8 .,- : -. ......., -,i''. i- '' '.,hn shovn this" Hw s1r,,isoe rhO MISS DYE SHOWERED AT 1
& l a -,- |{elve n,*ko n & P%!st ,'ur.I', l'l;,:1 1 1 .-I"n's
.... Lan. elven u P stur. .1.1, .. ... ** r ti-, church. an, t ; ;,.', of th honor .is.r wtas :h r,, flec- SCHOOL HOUSE
Miss Rhoda Liddon has return-.i & I 1oif :.an, Marion io aridwiare Co. ,\,, .. *, 'ai:t1n itH s stan ii. i t ;,,n (,"f iher hapVpI!i ss a ,l.! ileasure.
home from a pleasant visit at Starke ,' any. F. P. (Gadson. lproliF;.'1ir Ti ,- ,. ,* P -, .-z 01of ztal ii 1'1I';-i t. tuen, the joy f in oiig th "ues.lay atrrn on after the cIl,
Sand Live Oak with relatives and azaar. 1. W. Alexander. . *>.s ;,:d 'i '. | k s which inluid the ainti- ho at h iuli school, the
friends. T !i'- t -ing tht fir-t day. th'r,,- xx, *"'. .,'.,- ,: I.,- s,'t ']r. he -;i j^ pi ',s ,f ht l -niade and lace of the grammar and high school
a ftw 0-.at failed to.t close ;t h -- -, ", ;' :':".:'.. .. :T h," told of "' trll:it,,, line ,.rie. linei ,enterpieces, part ients tenet,-r.-'d to Miss H
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. CulbreaTh nual hour. ',. ...-. ,:'n : :,od it had napkins, apron- a laindrv bag, and l)ye a linen and silver shower on
are very happy in the arrival of a lit- n ?!!I l (.;-- I! om wof the nliissi:- wth.-r ; ii-ellaneois articles that are event of her approaching inarriat
tie daughter. who came to them early A LITTLE OUT OF i-E ORDINARY hdi,. : t o;, Cuba. who had always so dear to a young bride. Miss Dye has ben a teacher in
Monday morning. h-;Ha .-.-,
nAiMonday morning. h \\,i.,nn -0'..a"- he)l,,ss'd in his lal Sor.i. Som if Th.m were accon!I)anied by Ocala public school for a number:
( ;n A ,ril 6 th R o b e r t \V i!sw ,i a (C O ,' f w .o ,, ,
k l. llso "hw l attifaully b ,ss 'ori-inal verses, which were read years and never has a teacher
Dr. ClUford Ayer of Atlanta. who l ored r er di.d in this a it, .r had been i the ia, laoutI bY Miss Veather more beMloved, and it is a mattei
now a full fledged young dentist, is wi e .s livng i Thonasill. Ga. h ar-, of .i- iife when hbs fortune had liiss Dye wore an exquisitely lovely universal regret among the s.ho
in t he city on a visit to his parents. wired to have the hody ebalned -'DA 'ed fronm him because of his gifts to lavender silk gown. with a white lace. and teachers as well that she is 1
M~r. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer. hwfhl4 until called for. Messrs. S:ihti.*T. 'seaiadEoy he es
Rowr. and Mrr. sAlfred dyeh. n ae or esr Wesleyan and Emory. which he saia hat covered with purple violets, and ing them, and will wish her every
t rtwas never called for the could not take wings and fly away. she looked every inch a happy young ,n her happier vocation in her
Judge Bullock and State Attorney the bdy was never called teor the em,.-, ''. N reain to, enrich and bls ride-lect
Davis went down to Brooksvlle Mon. balmers still ha\e it. A- no coffi, 'h w l. i was a ,b diction to Cherry cream and cake were serv- Th teachers as well as the s
day to hold the spring term of the was ordered, the lody \a, put jt i,! his la ., hours. participated in the shower
dreut omrt Mr H. H mpt n a o eof the cornt rs of their un.,lerta '.,v a ,d he ,-WIC-e t"wa bas -ed by)3 r. -.Powers. assisted by e r aviiat, n t e "h w r
circuit court. Mr. H. M. Hampton al- n of the corners ot ther rb-a- moter an] sisters, Mrs. Lloyd ad Tuesday afternoon, and Miss Dye
o went down to attend court. I establishmnt in t u ifv -t". o on Miss Harr. ierall showered with beautiful
-- ~~loosition, where it has hei~t l r." -'i% I ""
ost o. heeitha 10'! iitn hi:' n ,e, S, ate !,feted'C ont th.' S.yf'eral of the chlub members wer, yer from the boys and tableclo
S Mr. Richard S. Hall and Mr. George now since the th of Aril. a It had ve-ythg to r Sv'- unavoidably prevented from being napkins and other pieces o
| Williams went out to Salt Springs queer sight was discover v-d yetern, ta (
<( oIitue]id it. and( ar no ,li.stant ,lay present, but "*/ere represented by love- from th~e girls.
SMonday morning in the former's au- and many a passer-.,y peeped over OIP ,, i tt it. nd ati no(d istan di present, hum .iere represented by ove rom te girs.
f , '. .. ,. would tie one of the great colleges of ,v ,gifts.^vevhap atrno
tomobile to spend several days for glazed window to catch a gliis tld be one of the reat collgs of gifts. t ws a vr happy afternoon
Glazed the country. Those who attendl .e shower loth the cholars and the teach
the benefit of their health, the gruesome picture. Rt-. (''. Carroll at iho Bal)ti- were ;s Dy, Mrs. Powers, is ut was t ix with sorrow.
- T he tho i w asi ,d :,i '. tpl t de Ha t th e M ab el a
Mr. Henry C Gates and NMr. R..h CoR a hut(h :a),' Rv. \V. H. Dodge. at a \V,-ah-rs. Misses M1abel aInd Edith ,'a'se of th fat ,hat Miss Dy.S r
HMndricks, both Confederate veterans. en: b.l g fluid. anmi the n rtte, P. s-te.:-i (.hurch. pr-ac'hed sp)len- Tavor. Ms. n.lovyl.. Miss Ha rriis. Miss '1a.e takes her so far from the h
Hiendri cks, tooth, Confderte v eiif terawi"',, in which it is ur-s'v-Apeaifks. we- i*....
we are sorry to report. are quite sinh of h \ !i,,. I-.as t-- ,,-rns t) large congr- Potter. Mrs. l)Dll. Mis Robinson, Miss- ,f h.r ,iri :ool and vong ladyh
'e ae sory torepol, ae q~ile .ick f lire.-r,r ng qualities. IIt isallo)- -"
liatins. :nd at the Catholic church es Margaret and Mamie Taylor, Mr.
Their friends hole that their illness gethMr superior to the enmalming pr.- t h the uua esier Taylor Mrs.
io trte andor tT sueitor to the e B anminetfe Du .toe usual iCa- ht RA P Mr.I oohn TayRlor. Mrs. WALDER eCHAL Co(RD

tha eveythn theypraisri cr- pleactse alo b tha(e Egpians the Ba tarrh Sufeer to,, Tr yoe fl-ofteFtjttcurhwa h
adi atgoodmporric. inthe. n rated bu se tans. o rs T man looks as natural as life. w ho Te \ t. \Vftic-r Snth Miss .l
The Montgomerw Journal says iga" r Crery ant Sthsie Fort. Ai1-Wit- A OTHEr THINK
farmeri, of Alabama are the hap~piest A CARO INVITE A TEST Fatrl" "^u^( nnara
and most contented! of thc* citizenship i__---AN OCALA SCHOOL BOY CAP- ,day afTernoo:n at th.- bride's h
of the state, and tor the good reason To the Editor Ocala Banner" The Postoffice Drug Store Asks Ca- TURES A PRIZE .jst \w..s" of Town. Rev. '. (C. ('a
that everything they raise is corn-; Please allow us space in the Ban- tarrh Sufferers to Try Hyomei on ---,)f th(' [;atis churn was the
manding a goo~d price in the mark," ner to extend our sincere thanks t, Its Guarantee W t> nm)ticer wvith a 'oo,! ,klal ( 1< ';. <-*l ciating elry man.
Trhis applies to the farmer who rais-; our many friends of Ocala. who so The PostomIce Drug Store invites ur<:> that ill tht [1'blhlshodlist of' t^ri,'
es at home w-hat he needs and has kindly assisted us during our late. al h sue fro ny for r ca- wi.nne's at the T~am.a .Mi,,-\\in,,r AS OTHERS THINK
plenty to spare. It is ruinous to raise and sad bereavement. May the Lord tar'hal troubles to test the virtues of Fair in the Tampa Trihune of tultilax
cotton to buy what you need for the : bless each of them, is the prayer of -tyornei under its absolute guarantee is to be found the name of T. 1). I.a E yHR-
1 tlneessarie- of life. and if you don't MRS. L. J. PARR. S ,N AN! .. -..., ,fv,- t,- itm et caster, one of the lupils of the ().ala Everyone in Oc ia Has a Right to


o '., \,,r,rs )t M XItr )ti ('County.
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a,', cotlllt-' t l -s 'fro. l th f irmi. anll a
nt-,! thrl is i th, b,.Iisr tim,- t 'f he yew
i i, vitr h rtt. I :i'i-t oitho-r n-il,-',t my
t.larni l;iin'.s or fail to, make a house
Sto, hoi',s, can.va:-s. an! as Molli-' and
Sthe children icomi' tir-t w:tb m,- if I
a fail to cral l .iand ()iou Id ist' rme -
a )d 44- 4 (;ol t,-s. '..il if voll vo)t, for
i in' an!d ; i, l Ihlss y-ou if vim 4d4)n't, as
I theN word %i'l lwiggl' a.ong all the
san:.' if I-,) to th.- l} islat'ire or not.
All I.. S. LIGHT.
lur- Mrs. F. Thagarl wt ent up to Red-
lic'k yst,-rtlay. where she will spend
a ft-w ,!avs with h-r son. Mr Robert
Tha.ard. aiidl h.rr fri,-nd,. Mrs Ellen
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th+1 Mul ind Wagon for Sale or E
hen, change for Lumber
'*e One pair large, heavy, sound mul-e
and good x two-mule wagon, new. WW
lot sell for cash or exchange for lu
wi!' ber. Also ,e(oni -hand 30-horse pVw
.i' Pr steam boiler. C M. Cam. 3S-
dick. Fla. 4-3-1m.
J. R. Moc-neao. 0. &. We.drlw.
Prdennt. Setesty
sin: S. J. Potter, Gen. Mgr.
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ittie BulAGrs' oi
re. eNmlers In
r of Manufabbcturers of
eav- Estimates and plans furn'ahed a"
joy rontracts taken
new V 0. IU p Oala. ItFlIm


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inen If you have on hand to sell, Or if y
are thinking of coming to FlorIda
for, to make it your home, or If
r you desire to Invest In
be- any kind of Florida
mar- Property.

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Peruna Is Used In the Farm-

er's Home for all Sorts of


Mr,. Ia-_- -o-dehamer, R. F. D. 1,
Sta KU6 le North Carolina,
Svrft OW the feowing letter to The
Pe Dr"g Ma eturing Corn-

"I1 wd Wlth stomneh trouble and
19 an eonm" tune, and nothing
tht I ate arod with me.
waO Vyetv w an experienced
~binIsso~ftgof uneasineessand
"I tlek mibe. fro the doctor, but
U did Ome n ood. I found in ooe of
your h-- booksa description of my
]yp MP K thO wrote to Dr. Hart-
mI owmIA Ja w"M I had wTarrh

"I l ook d Manalin and fol-
bwowd O d osms awn can now say
wl hopstb" e w who ara mleted with
t n euo3p- will take Peruna,
40 it han e1d1iw Gs"d as..

^ -my condition was are afflicted with catarrh. 1 have
so poor that I did found it to be a great remedy also for
not expect to five coughs and colds of children; a dose
through the wintw, st bedtime will relieve them from
bat now I am perfectly healthy. coug&'ug all night. I always kaep it on
I1 cannot praise your medicine band, ant c-commend it."
enough, and I recommend it to others." Ctarrl 1"w ev= Years.
Cater of Stoma. Mrs. T. Frech, R. B. No. 1, Hickory
Mrs. Mary AlUen, Ronte 6, Franklin, Point, Tenn., writes: "1 am happy to
Tenn., writes: tell you that I am cured of catarrh. I
"I am glad to be able to tell you that I nave followed your good and kind ad- '
am well of catarrh of the stomach, for vice faithfully. I bless the day when I
Which I am sincerely thankful zo wo,; wrote you of my condition, and I will
for your advice. If it had not been for always praise Percna. I think it is one
Peruna I would never have been well. of the grsndcst medicines on earth.
"I bad three physicians. One of them "Having been aflUcted with catarrh
told mny husband that he could not and Ftomach trouble for seven years,
cure me- and ate.r having tried four different
"I had been sick about nine mcmths doctors they only relieved me for a little
, when a friend asked me to try Peruna whiLe. I ave up all hope of being cured.
to gratify her; so I commenced taktr.g I only v.teighed one hundred and thirty.
t pounds, and was so weak I could hardly
"I can eat and walk and work. Every- get around the room.
body says I look as well as I ever did. "I wa indnueed to try Peruna, and to
"Oh, you don't know how thankful I mygreat .urpricse I am now entirely well.
do feel to you. lMy wci:t is now one hundred and
*"I have got several other people to eighty-ei;znrt pr.unds. my health never
take Peruna. I praise it to every- w-r.s btier inr i.y life, I 'shall always
j bouy.?' piai&e Dr. rrnur.Ln cud his remedies."

The Farmer's Wife.
Who is in a better position to know than the farmer's wife herself what
is required in the farmer's home? She must meet its troubles, solve its prob-
lems, ward off disease, nurse the sick, she must do all these things herself,
and she learns by valuable experience what is best and what is not best.
In numberless farm homes Peruna is relied upon as the family medicine.
Peruna books are consulted in health and disease. Peruna is used as a preven-
tive as well as a corrective in disease.
The wives of the farmers of the United States constitute a sohd phalanx
in favor of Peruna,. Against this tesimony the slanders of a few critics will
L not prevail. One sensible mistress of a farm home who has used Peruna
knows more about Peruna than all the magazine critics in the world.

Perma In Her Home. of two children.
Mrs. Anna Linder, IR F. D. No. 5, Da3- "1 owe it all to Peruna. I would not
sel, Meeker Co., Minn., writes: "For two be with.,ut that great tonic for ten times
years I suffered with that terrible dis- its cost, for I am well and strong now,
ease. chronic catarrh. and cannot speak in too high terms of
"Fortunately I saw your advertise- its value as a medicine."
ment in my paper and I spoke to my sis- In a letter dated June 12, 1906. Mrs. L'n-
ter about your medicine. She wrote to derwrltes: 6"Ieannotexj-'si t.-ythanks
you and I got your advice free of charge. enou.:h to you for allf1 .,d --ur mnwedi-
1 took Peruua a nd am well and a mother ciue has done for L,- .nd Imy famniiy.

This spring I took old and it Metaldt
my kidneys. At flst I thought It w
kidney trouble.
"I took Peruna as directed ea 0
bottle and in a few days I was all r1gW#
so I owe my health to Dr. HartMa
and his remedy."
UMsaMbl WRt CaTiL
Mrs. Hettie -Green, R. KL6, lkTa, fll1
writes: "Lat November I hadeafrhb
and felt so miserable, I thought th I
would go into eonsumptea. I
"I tried so many doctors and meW1
cines, but nothing did me any good, miy
"After I bega the sof i of X
began to improve Isa evry way.
"My head do amnot humt so =M
my stomach M N 1 right, my bowWl'
are regular, my appeoto good, my -
complexion clear, my oy are bright,
and I am gaining in flsh -I
"I think Perma ham no equal W
catarrh remedy." A

Local and Personal


Plank's Chill Tonic, 26c. per
guaranteed. Sold by all drug-

Mr. A. N. Goodwin of Standard and
Mr. E. J. Knight of Crystal River.
both well known turpentiners, were
Saturday visitors to the city.

Mr. R. A. Webb. a prominent citi-
u of Nocatee. DeSoto county, con:-
mitted suicide last Friday in a Tampa
barroom lby taking chlora! in a hl,4s,*
of beer.

Mr. Alva Riply. wbiie feeding hoes
on April 17. at his home mnar lake
SCity. was so severely bitten by on'

Will the Pensacola veterans Le
placed on the pay rolls?

Mrs. A. E. Wilson of Lake Ci'y :s
visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. N.

Mr. J. S. Pedrick came up from
Dinnellon Friday to spend several
days with his family.

Work on the government bu'idii.-
is progressirg quite rapi.1y. It nil'
s-,or begin to mak,- a show.

Dr. W. R. 0. Veal of Marttel was .!:
Ocala Friiiay. and spent the- nl(irrii,.:
attending The nmedcal as.-o'iatic::.

Dr. C W. Lindntr of Anthor,. h.,<


Mr. Richa'rd S. Hall is just back
front; "'a::'pa. wvhre he had gone to
('cnsumnate a d-al that has been
pntiding ,or sone little time.
During the panic Che Tampa-Ha-
vana l umber Company got into finan-
cial troubles and was placed in the
hands of receivers.
This cco npany ha.s planing. novelty
and veneer mills at Tanmoa and at sev-
,-:'-. OT^. :" i -': O!rt:allt oills. ail I (it)
,-'. x^-t'lt.":.\t I l a nt export hnw,

L ',--~. 1>~ V Tlar.-fa t ure dhr.
o~~j: -. 1sript' n4 \ PnTe r Ilale!'
has a~s-T.sr s i-witinl~g10 somllthinb.,


The Ocala friends of Mr. Tom Lutz
will be interested to learn that h,
has recently married a very charn'-
ing young lady. Mr. L':'z l> ,! in
Ocala for several years. an ceedingly pop-i':lar an on t rhe yo:in::
society people here.
St vral years ago he retirnted to
t i. former home in !a vstown. Md.,
wh>'^ re h. is still! r+sidiiutr. 1e is now
> ext.'.isir., -y ^n 1i &i.' in, r (t. H a'k,.(1o.

I H i s ( c' ( ", + ,r i e .-:: i j :'n ,- O : a
'Kaitiier it] +-:::e; ,l :il '()]:g,,< ,,lati; *:'is

,r.l ;oo'l wishe .



After holding the matter in abey-
ance for some time, the attorneys for
J. N. Strobhar. charged with embez-
zli v,:ent and sentenced by the circuit
Court to a term of imprisonment, re-
ceiived information Friday to the ef-
fect that the supreme court, to which
tribunal an appeal had been taken,
had affirmed the decision of the lower
court in the premises.
The attorneys for Mr. Strobhor will
ir n,,ediat, ly file a petition 'or re-hear-
mng. on Dh1 ground that certain as-
.i-nri:nienrs of error w-re not coiisider-
t-,i hy thoe supreme court, and in the
ovtijt rtiat this petition is denied, the
case will he taken to the suprem,
coirt of the United State. the ground


SV'ilbur McCoy of Jacksonville, the
in is in the city with a party of gentle-
men, who are looking over the state
with a v.'w of big investments. He
was a caller at this office this morn-
ing. He said:
"Florida is in the ascendancy. There
has been nmiore land sold along the
line of the A. (C. L. in this state dur-
inr.g th ,.: t niprty days than for flf-
t4fn v+..irs prev,'?cus. Truckers are
r'is'n' to th- state, !t is not a ques-
tion of he pri e of lardA now-it is a
(quf-stion of -etT*uk thp land and get-
ting in line for ),,g crops at big pric-
Mr. M',IcCoy will probably be In








With, your permission. I wish to of-
Sfer a few wards of criticism of the last
sermon of Evangelist Harris, as r--
)ported in your pap-r of yesterday.
Perhaps I amn not a competent crit-
ict. not being a professed Christian. or
:::'Ijer t any orthodox church. But
i bhaie the v-eifar- of the conimni y

(Written for the Ocala Banner:)
Pft away the curt reply,
Check the frown instanter.
Place your ugly manner b:-
T.ese won't aid the matter.

Kindness is the weapon to
Turn the tide of battle-
Sunshine garbed in words %! do
More than naughty pratl-.

In anf article entitled "Why I Paint.
ed the Life of Jesus Christ," by the
faminous artist J. James Tissot, he
I ay :-:
"' w:.nte to know the otrrAh-to s ;e
Je-,;us of Nazarth as He walked and,
tal'.-,i in His native hauiit_. And thi'n
to give bark to the millions of my tel-
low Ch,.ri-tians this r"al conceprion o!
thle Foti.,i r of Faith. It I spent :-n
:ear- in the H'y Land, treading in
:h, very footst,.a of the Savior. it
was oniv :hat I m ys-lf might better
r.a-iiz. ,:1 that He wan, all that He
did beIire I gave it to the w;,rld. Day
by day. hour by hour. the acts gr.wi
dearer to, me. I was moved by th,'
conscio;.-n#,s.- that I was looking at


rs by Inaerfsato

and Benefitsl to
Fruit Growers.

Sfor HMarbor.,



Each person desiring
name printed on the pri
ballots, as a candidates f
ty office. including men
legislature, must file wi
man of the county doeni<
tive conilnitteeP on. or -eI
day of April. 1,', his n
,lidacy. and application
nanime o printed. accot )ll
sum o f Imoney fixed, bv
committee f ',r such offl,-
al part. according to Ih
candidates for such office
lowing schedlulo- of ...*-
Clerk of Court...... .
Shertiff... .. ... ...
Tax Collector ......
Tax A.ssessor.....
Treasurr .
County Judge. ...
county y S'ir oevnr
Supt. Public In trice',ifn
i Co;inty Com:ni:is.on'r-
each district).
School Board i$10 -aca
trict) ...... ...... .
Legislature... ... ....
Supervisor of Regilt
each.......... ...
Constables and justices
peace, each... .....
The committee win ha
printed, but will accept
ter, signed by the candy
application to have his
on the ballot.
Chm. Dem. Ex. Corn. of3
ty. Florida.

M. Fishel



there were two articles of interest to
the medical profession.
One told of a bold and resourceful
surgeon who sewed up a knifet wound
in a nman's h-'art: the oth.-r cited th.
fact that. as ,1'ct or? are s.!ort-lived.
they are tfxri'a iazario.i:. i:Lsurance
I-:ere a-e both the service, in the
cause or humanity and thi- ..arriice.
the labor and the reward
The_ doctors are so) ntar to, u.. play
so important a part in our living, that
as if) by their 'ery closeness. ,' ar-
blili to thie extraordituary vextrri,)iis
they have made for th'e general coni-

Light dawns while reading tlie fol-
lowing couplet:
alUke a flash, the curtain drawn dis-
Myself there-but a woman's toy."

Will explain, simply to exonerate
her "Satanic Majesty." That "gift"
Is known the world over to be 'an
emblem of wisdom," and as such. pre-
Meated in honor, that good luck might
attend not one law case. but all. C1A-
lege presidents accept with pleasure
Wad merriment the same "symbols of
wisdom" from most graduating clas--
es. Think you anger is the right feel-
ing to be displayed? Prof. Murphree
of the Tallahassee college, was pre-
sented with one last year, and receiv-
ed it with appreciable thanks.

*True friendship is a perfect, price-
less gem,
Its greatest glory is its flawless-
My friends must give to me. as I to
Their best, or nothing-I'll accept
no less.


at wart. especially the mo: E'. l-\v -
tion of the boys Rnat girl., andl th,
preparation for the duties of gool cit-
izt-nship, whaih they must so-.n Lis-
sun.e. This is my excuse for ,iar:;ig
to criticize this evangelist, and hi.i
I take the following extract frcI.n
your report of the sermon:
"He again saluted the 'Buzzard




In a recent issue of this paper








Roost.' and declared that in the name the same rocks, the same trees, that tort and happiness 4 --------------
of decency, it must go. He was not had been reflected in the eyes of thel That a s;urgeoun may have proved D U N C A N U | .
at all delicate in his handling of this Savior, and as l walked along those .cu-,an herto considered U I
!Pu-iis inawhich He nherethavensiotireI'
subject, but rained expletives and sar- paths in which He must have trod I is. of course, a teat but it is a
casm upon the 'Locker.' 'If I had a could not always restrain the tears. fatal core a eat but l
"I had studied the Gospel until I small one beside that of incr asing fo
brother or son being damned in that "i had s i aGerage span ol life. of lowering Star
ie of iniquity, I'd tr to save him S of banish- Cntrol of ortee Pa
broter or snbingqudamneId int thatehi knew tlhem by heart, and had located ithe average sipan of lire. of lowering

legally if I could, but I'd save him as nearly as I might every act of that the death rate of t. citie. of banish- ro of erte e Coarriei
"";ng forever such ,ls-ss as tlih..mere C ni
anyway, if I had to put a load of dy- Divine One who came on earth to saveo ing for eve smuc e a Ttxh.
mnidItwsncsayfrn,-!,and rendlering theeie isof ,small-FaosIcmT .
namite under the building and blow mankind. It was necessary for mhe and rnlei tverraer and nearly SStds or Taiff 8a e.
it off the earth. The man or men that restore the Temple of Jerusalem indpo xand % Nu a e 1 Florida F rm.som.
would lease buildings for such pur-order that t place the Child J- Dty o Eypt C
poses wouldn't, if he should die. be sus there. To do this properly, I hadl But for th. ,dotor it southernn cit- Governmeat Apprepriato-
received in the soap factory of hell. to study the Talmud of the Jews., as ies wouill till be suffring those wild ImUnd Rivvrs s W
as grease." well as the Old Testament, and exam- panics of other days wh-n the yellow Opposod to Trusts ad aU 1
Here isa distinct advocacy of a in- thie ruins of the ancient buildings fever entered port. tFa vors Currency Refor
Here is a distinct advocacy of anar-; a asdsap ob ri-
ch.y. murder. violation of law. and the found beneath modern Jerusalem. To e aa aps to be ra-
encouragement of profanity. The man understand the life of Jesus, it is re- ed, sewers to be laid. streets to be
,., 'nusitptr raqnrhp ivilyatin rt thp Swept anti flushedi, and hiosp'tals toi ________
who would dynamite a building, even quisite to grasp the civilization of the and lushei and osp:tals to
if a saloon, in the cause of Christian- Jews of His time. All of this [ have be built.
. a s ,._ .,- .. tried to nut imo my nietfrhs Over The Panama canal zone. which itin- WHO ARE LIABLE FOR POLL TAX N

"I want the perfect music, or no t., is a taw uieaker nrsti ana as . IV -" -... - .- d t F n rg.im%.a h.
I n, attepeecmuch a murderer as the anarchist and over again I visited each sancti- der the French rgimn, wls a high-
I want the et love or none at who dynamites a street parade or a ,fled spot. I wandered along the wav of death, is now more healthful Tax Collector McFall Makes the Law
I wattate perfecalovetohnone atth Clea
all; building, in the cause of freedom. He banks of the Jordan and saw the spot than many a northern community Clear
l w ith wo a e ee is menace to where John had baptized his Master. with the same number of inhabitants. Questioned daily by voters who are
Right is not right when coupled with'~~,who advocates either isame oTok wamdilprctonrs
t i not right society and deserves to be confined I walked around the shores of Lake To know a medical practitioner is qualifying for the primary of May 19.
Sweet is not sweet when touched I where he would be powerless for Tiberius seeking those rocks from to know one superior to the average as to which electors are liable for
with taint gall. harm. which traditionn said, Christ had educated man. poll taxes for one year which are a-
with tint of gall. preacheild. I saw the spot where Few protesslons develop, such char- hie for two years, and which are non-
The forer's gilded coin lacks golds Let me asked the father andthe moth- P r's o had ben moored, an at acter. The occupation of healing. of liable. John S McPall, the efficient
p- iip~er ho approve otf thp last clauspo if i -r' s l) true ri e abo extract what ri hav last understood why he had -gone up beholding men and women and .hld- tax collector for Hillsborough county.
And loves wo fragment-how I hate the above extract what right have to o ach" for th shoe ren at their worst irritable, unrason- whose experience has mad him as
tiu to reprove your boy for profan- into the boat to Iroach, for the shore
itthe t? He has y our sanction of it in your was so level that there was no other ing and often cowardly, has not, fort- familiar with poll tax requirements
ity? He has your sanction of it in your, %% oK ImtTeeWi-n onr &, ,. .*..
" bid good-bye! No kinder salutation spiritual teacher If you punish the l atcin from which ,Jesus could unately, caused h: own degneration. as with other tax laws, gives out the
I id good-bye! No kinder salutation ae His ca!aciry for thoughtfulness is tllowin information concerning the
Sfriendship claim; ;boy he will know that you are dishon- havespkn ) t t t i
Can friendship claim;est-that our blind zeal makes vo "I hae grouped my pictures in v- train-'. to keenness. his splfishness, matir, and are applicabl, alike to all
No ryet can any language, any na- est that our blind zeal makes yo I eo dp to the -Hol h thr is an is shrewdly hid- counties.
tion, unjust to hin. When you have tau';h era!, actions, ,tivotod to the "Hov
A better frame. him this lesson, coupled with the ',th- Ctoiiltiion.s ti.. MIn him becauinistrse o." f i or ana ar
violation tek", the "Passions" and the "Res- joyint i5 not less in him because of ot age ior to .laiuary 1, 1F',6. are
Pr. that vol approve of the violation I
-bye! d be. with yo: of law, in thie dynamitincg of the sa-- ur:--ction" to avo>d all confusion an'i his knowledge of its reactions, not liable tor I)ol taxes. Such ,,1,'-
"Good-bye! Yes God bei locn, of the probable destruction of present the career of Jesus on earth' That the doctors expectation of life tors who became 55 years of age at-
SFarewell and blessing the life of the saloon keeper, anoth in its natural order. My desire was is short is natural in that his callings ter January 1. 1906. and prior to Jat-
lI simplesit phrase, the" ife^ of the saloon keeper, and 0th- in itLS natural order. My lar was ar 1, 1907- ow 1101 a o h
ike your need, ad God's dear car ers who may be in the building at the to make Him live again before the makes unnatural demands, uary .. 19. owe $1 poll tax for the
Alike your need. and God's dear carA r D Wb nte"""f rfrm a time, you have revealed to him that eyes of all men in order that Chris- His work is exacting, is discourag- year 196.
in all our ways. you are dishonest, you have destroy- tians might understand Him better, ing, and draws without mercy upon Such electors as became 55 year.
InaTaNIC MAJESTY" ed his confidence in you and the relig- and worship Him more truly. So that nervous energy.-Miami News-Record of age after January 1. 1907, owe
ATANICion you profess, and perhaps have the greatest possible number of per-1 poll taxes for 1906 and 1907, a total
|lion you profess. and perhaps have TWENisipsii nme 1 e rgTY-FIRST ANNUAL MEET-ft
THOSE WHO NAVE QUALIFIED paved the way for him to a life of sons might see and even own the pic- TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL MESOCIET- of $2.
V, crime. tures, I have had them reproduced in NTSO Voting on Age
For United States Senator-D. U. The compliment paid by Rev. Harris book form-. The next annual meeting of the .
`1' UnitedouStatesnecesaaoy-top.
coming election on age. who reached
Fletcher, John S. Beard, William B. to the christian society people of Or- "I have found It necessary, to put Florida State Horticultural Society their majority (21 years) after Janu-
Lamar and N. B Broward. I land, was the lambasting of a black- aside all of the pictures of Jesus paint will be held in Gainesville, commenc- ary 1, 1907, are non-liables, and should
or Jstce of the Supreme Court- guard, discreditable to himself, and ed by the great artists of various ages ing on the evening of May 12th, and srfl a fo
WIlliam A. Hocker and Thomas M. unworthy the cause he claims to rep- not because they were not great paint continuing through the 13th, 14th and Suevisor a ohlia wet y regfs
ft>lId resent. No people were ever made ings, but because they were not the 15th. ter for the primary.
FPo Governor-Albert W. Gllchrist, better through such methods. I am Christ. It is Impossible to go back The Horticultural Society will cel- Such electors as become 21 years of
Jefferson B Brown, John N. C. Stock- sorry Mr. Harris came to Orlando. I 1900 years in the West and try to re- ebrate its 21st 'birthday" at Gaines- a a e a. 1are
^teni BBro^ Jhn C Stck ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^age after January 1. 1906, but who are
tor. think he did more harm than good- produce the life of that distand period ville, and it is hoped the membership
For Secretary of State-H. Clay: MAHLON GORE. in Orlando Star-Re- with accuracy; but in the Orient. on that date will exceed anything each of te years 1906 and 197.
,n-___o. ':rter I where customs change slowly, where herttofrpr. The (.ainesvill notnlo

ForIW AtUE ne. er-l..... i progress has been almost entirely un- have promised the members a good An Acquired Residence
For Attorney General-William H. I FACTORY TO YOU known, it was not impossible, having The other class of electors getting
FROM THE FACTORY TO YOU known, it was not Impossible. having time and the meeting promises to be in line comprise those who have just
s' before me the descendants of the very one of unusual interest. acquired a residence in the county
Fbi State comptroller-A. C.oeo nsa neet
room, T. J. Apprleyard and J. W Never in the history of Florida have people among whom Christ had lived. The society is sustained by an an- and the state, namely, who have re-
ST. s. pyr ush unprecedented bargains in chairs to paint the pictures of their ances- nual membership fee of $1. and each sde in the county six months, an
Knight. na ebrsi e f$,adec
For State Chemist-R. E. Rose. been offered as the Florida Chair Fac ;tors. member is entitled to a aeopy of the
For State Treaaurer-W. V. Knott. tory of Jacksonville are offering in "Ther" is not a stroke of my pic- proceedings of the meeting. Thesein the state one year
ForStae Teaure-W.V. not. rocedngsof he eeing Thse These may the divided into t~o
For State Superintendent of Public their advertisement in today's paper tures, not a color, which is not based reports are valuable to anyone inter- classes. In the first a those who
Instruction-William M. Holloway. Every chair they sell is made aT upon good reasons. If I have painted ested in the development of Florida. came to Hillsborough county froni
For Commissioner of Agriculture- their own factory in Jacksonville anti Jesu:, in a flowing robe of white, it is Whether you are able to attend or c oti noria a h n
B. E. MclUn. sold at wholesale prices, and guaran- because He could have worn no other not, the $1 membership fee is well in- ot counties in Florida, and having
For Railroad Commissioner-Jules teed as represented or money refund- color, and the all-enveloping garb. tra- vested. You not only have the in- metthe state sienuhaents of ono
alomon., Royal C. Dunn. E .W. Irvine, d. edition states, was necessary if the formation the report will give, but it es res ie e i e n
W. K Jackson D Special attention is given to mail Christ was to avoid creating the sen- will give help to the society to meet In the other class are those who
For Adjutant General-J Clifford orders, and all chairs are carefully station which, His shining body-would its necessary expenses. Last ar it vd t ls cut o
Fr. oster packed ready for shipping. have brought about. was necessary for some of the mem- oe t ad dbh th
Dlegrates and Electors If you need any porch, dining room, I have begun at the very beginning bers to make a voluntary condribuiion some other state, aud hrde both th
For Delegates to the National Dem- bed room. parlor, library, or in fact of that marvelous history, when it to enable the society to pay all its state and county rsien to acquire
ocratic Convention From the State chairs for any room in the house, send was revealed to the parents of John exnses. It is hoped this year there About Their oll
ocrate C~oventlu Frm theStateexee movedt tohopilthisbororther
at IArge-J E Alexander Charles F for their beautifully illustrated cat-i the Baptist that he was to be the fore- wille sufficient funds on :iand through
Eaton, Frank W. Pope A. J. P. Ju- alogue. Also their club )lan wh-ir'inner of the Messiah. meet all the, obligations. countyy from another Florila county.
... -- .... -. .. you can get a chair free. i "Jesus has been kent Too far away l .... .. ; ,..... .,. .. ,.., i...but who have lived in this country for

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^:y and seldomm -'a, a !-, ;, PROCEEDINGS OF MEETING OF

.......... --IK15H 11 '!'1" i: (iv b- :, t~o:k- .!CiTY COUNCIL
j, ,yd.
"I, 'h 'i- .<;E- i. e'*iag of the ciA y
Those who vt're rortura-e n,,- Th'e foregoing outline of his lecture
c('(o-ncii or Ocaia '':.s ieb at coU n,.it
to attend the lecture at the arnr-v i. far short of doing him r h ianron hi-; the 21,t lay :i
Tuesday night on "Ireland and n ;bJ-'.; justice. at p .
i ]'.,', at ,,'cio<-U p. m
lrit-h People,' by the Rev. Thonas The following members were pres-
r~~r- .. ,,.... ..,T" olioxo ing mjefmbers were pros-
Johnston of Braoentown spent an h(,r PROF. J. H. BRINSON T R
and a half of rare enjoymnient M.a Carmichael, L. --. Duval. E. T.
Before the lecture Msrs.. J. Brro. Endorsed by Prof. J. M. Guilliams,. Helvenston. H. C.Jones. Dual. E. MeT.
-~l. l^ Mr.\. .B r* H ,lvenston. H. C. Jones. J. M1. Met-.
Ocala's sweet singer, who aiwa.-. One of the Most Prominent i. Rheinauercoii-
^,.-,~~~fq' an t *r..^ . harass Rheinauer, couniKil-
pleases by bh.r beautiful ,songs. co.r- Educators in the South
tribute two Ir.sh numbers tu h'- St;.te Normal School, lMi;:.u:es 4f last regular meeting ap-
evening's entertainment and a'l w-' the estrnDistric "
l delighted with her rendition of I-,- -. S i 1
tw o m elodies. :r ?e n. K y 4-11 19,, Ir nit n. l on co n01 i4
.r^. ,, ... , .t -, -* I 'irsi :i:.ann The distinguished lecturer 'as r o t,. P ':": :. ,: Iof ci n'-. an riuested tho
.rI 1, -tion o f city. ,a nl(] rt .quested that
produced ver- happily by R.-v (;. H I have known Prof. .1. I. Brinson ,,a di as ps-
.--t'..,'i, : ,nr1-. *,I !as sptedily as 1pos.-
Harrison, the popular rectt,r of Gr-.( int;mnatIy for a numar of vear-.
Episcopal church. I ring r he yards 1 ,2-19i he hail r. invl lvd that the cO1l),.in;
Constituting himself as master o: .h.i., of thi, ccmnrnercia l ?epartnmnt j, r.,.r: ,1 o I p. .antar comIt-
ceremonies. he said without being pro- of E,,si Florida Seminary v. li I wa,' (,..:- -q:t that .sai commit
hix, he would say as is said in scho..! -.Ulint,-n tnt of that in.tiru'ion. hv auir officer pitt il;
commencements, "The next on tho I foiund Prof. Brins.on hil0r- yhl in- 1-.11. u ,or.er condition at on .
program is a speech by Tommy John- 1o0n,-'1 a!lng all lines o: sl.r(ipl work. S,. .(l,,l an I c.ri,..
stone as w.' il a- being :asltr of his special It having ie n ir)nrtel that Mr. H
Answering to the introduction th,- .:nt of coin,-rciai work. .. a .. h within city limits a
distinguished orator bowsd his ac- ie is earnest, f'aithfull a-nd oya!l in sight,: n for' the butchering 0,
knowledgement to Mr. Harrison andiaI work that claims his aItTt(n-,ion. th, :arsalwas instructed to
to his audience. In my opinion Prof. Brin.-on sTanlt. T ,e>iilt.,', T matter.
Mr. Johnnston is a son of the i- t- in the front rank of Florida t.acht rs. Clerk reported that Messrs. Wart-
erald Isle." He is in the heyday (,f I amn acquainted withh. v'ery .- -.w nin on n Cros hd paid$423.on
youth, is a great lover of Ireland and ;who equal him in executive ability .aving certificate issued against the
the Irish people, is a thorough symlpa-'in the nanagenwnt of school ,Il!itis. ollowing described property: 76 feet
thier with her in the great wrongs; I rast heartily endlorse Prff. Brin- I-th and south by GO feet east and
that have for centuries been heaped :son for any position or office for ta in southwest corner, block 57,
upon her by the English government., which his good( judgment ijiay cu-,. al, and that it was claimed
The young preacher has a fluency him to .pi,ly Sincerely. v sa g. entlemen that there was an
of speech that is remarkable. He has J. M. G'ILLIAMS. -rror of 7.2 in the assessment cer-
an easy and splendid presence, a can- ificate, which they wished to have
tivating, well modulated and winning PEAT BRIQUETTES USED FOR certificate can-
voice and is ardently in harmony MEXICO FUEL a heretofore mention-
-.'N-l,,d for amount hm'retofore mention-
with his subject, and is as much of an ,-I.
Irish patriot as Daniel O'Conn(-ell. Washington, D. C., April 17, 191o',.
M\a't(:r referred to finance commit-
Robert Emmett or Charles Stuart To the Editor Ocala Banner: te eerr to fa
Parnell. Word comes from the City of M'xi- il o t a c
Parell I*,* > *i Bill of city against county forI
The young orator told of the early co that an American company has un-r. Bl o it gast ounty r
Irish history and arguing from thp idertaken the manufacture of bri-')rbt paving was returned by clerk
inin nitr n run ro D i f board of county commissioners,
crmlechs that are found along the quettes from peat. The increasing Ii hav of refused by said
Iris cast as they are all along the difficulty of supplying the capital city ame aing ben reused by sad
IriIa coa*st as they are all along tn '.,~, ..ii ,, I*.v oarni U pon motion same was referr-
coast of Europe, as far as Norway and of the republic with wood from the oarl. on motion same was referr-
Sweden, reaching even to the coast of neighboring forests whence its fuel to ju(iciar committee.
I Notification of Munroe & Chamblius
Tus that there Is a solidarity of ra- has come since the days of Cortez, N
Tunis, that them Is a solidarity of ra- f amount due bank on note secured
tes, and that we all at one time form- has led to this project of utilizing paving certificates and interest.
ei one family posits of peat, which have long been I I and referred to finance com-
The lecturer next paid a beautifulknown to exist in the vicinity. i tructions that if fi-
tribute to Saint Patrick, who ftante, l Eigthy years ago Humbolt describ- it ocitywucitthatite
the cram a the Emerald Isle in 439 ed magnificent forests within reach Ianets of city would permit that they
u~~~~~~~~~~e~~ra Irs Io me'.eaiisei o ti^ T. .)e madetl a payment of $1500 and in-
of the City of Mexico. Today this re-I
and taught the religion of Christ to; ire
the them rulers of Great Britain, I' gion supports only a second growth of I t's
e Petitions from a number of proper-
lustting by the little Shamrock the little value. The change has been abutting on Fort Kin av
possidbility of the Trinity. brought about by wood cutters andy owners abutting on Fort King av
He then skipped over several cen- charcoal burners who have stripped -nue, opposing the passage of an or-
tu and brought his hearers down the land and left it to re-forest itself finance at the present time to repave
othe time of Queen Eizavbeth, when if it could, or to relapse into waste. -aid street with vitrified brick or oth-
eo much hostile legislation was enact- Thus neglected, the land could not .r materials was read and filed for
ed against the Irish people. grow timber to meet the demands inform action.
He sid that it was made unlawful Upon it, and the wood cutters have lit- The following bills, being properly
for a Roman Catholic to wed without tle or nothing near to cut. approved, were ordered paid:
Ocapa Water Co., $1.0s; also $5.70
first obtaining the consent of the bish- Fortunately large bogs of peat are
op of the etablished church, it wa. within reach. It has never been anid C$1.56.
law~al or t lmuh ued fr ful beaus thI1x Martin & Cam. $2.15.
unlawful for a Roman Catholic toGmuch.used for fe beas th Mex A. Nash, $.0
--. ... ,>,.i_ .Mi~nn it*.< .inca~ns never took pains to leai-z how ..i -.v
--a his children to school, it was un- n t p A. Fort, $25.00.
lawful for him to hold or bequeath t burn it. The company which has Kn i\ t Mart, Co. ,c n
property, it was unlawful for CWtho-! unidertaken to manufacture the bog Marti n & Ca,$01 cents
Ie priests ad bishops to wear the fuel into briquettes has made large Teapti Groer, $10.1.
vesteUts of their church, or to teach investments in land and machinery. Toapot lioery, $2.00.
school or to perform any of the func- A PRETTY HOME WEDDING Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co., $2.
thors of govermnent. His narration Daily and Weekly Star, $4.00.

of these bigoted laws enacted against A very pretty home wedding wa' George Griffin, $3.50.
this unhappy people on account of performed Monday evening, April 24. Semi-monthly pay roll, electric light
their religion was simply appalling at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. department. $185.00.
ad astounding and enlisted everyone C. Barr the former the bride's broth- Semi-monthly pay roll of officers,
in the audience on the side of those er, Duval and Stewart streets, Jack- $247.00.
children of oppression, sonville. Fla., when Mr. A. Z. Br6wn Mr. Helvenston moved that salaries
The Irish enthusiast gave a glowing of Tallahassee, Fla., and Miss Joseph- of police force be increased as follows
picture of the Irishl character and his ine McCombs of High Springs. Fla.. for the ensuing year: That marshal's
patriotism and love of country. H were united in marriage by the Re-. salary be raised $15 per month and
said that in all the wars waged by Dr. Hobson of the First Baptis; night police $10 per month each, Sec-
England. Ireland had borne a part and church of Jacksonville. Fla. onded, and upon roll call G. A Carmi-
a osiuospr, n twas through led. and uponaollscalllle.AFlarmi
a conspicuous part, and it rog The bride was attired in a pretty chael. E. T. Helvenston. H. C. Jonez.
the bravery of her sons that England traveling suit of tan rajah silk, with J M. Meffert and Charles Rheinauor
had won imperishable fame on so hat to match, and looked very hand- otea "aye." and .1. D. Robertson and
many fields of battle. ome L. \V. Duval voted "nay."


Saturday Promises' to be a gr a:
day in (,cala andl w- ar- anticipatin.;
a large crowd in the city at that time.
At elev n o'clock iil th mormn:irg.-
the beautiful Confedlratt r.onumuent.
which has been erected in the ro'-r1
house yard by the Dickison Chapt.'r,
United Daughters of the Confederacy.
will be unveiled with beautiful and
impressiv'e ceremonies.
Th.- program in full for the niiOn--
inpg is as follows:

Mr. Frank Harris, Master of Cere-'
Invocation-Mr. Barlnctt.
Address in Behalf '. D. C.-Dr, G.
A. Nunnally of Lake City.
Unveiling monument.
Band, "Dixie"-Girls representing
thirteen states decorate monument.
Address in Behalf of Veterans-Col.
J. M. Martin.
Ode-Miss Vivian Dame.
Crosses of Honor, bestowed by Mrs.
A few remarks by Mr. Wartmann.
Benediction-Dr. Dodge.
School children will decorate mon-
ument with flowers.
Dickison Chapter have extended a
very cordial invitation for the general
public to attend these exercises, and
we hope that a large crowd will be I
present. !



It has been noise around that Dr.
William Griffith, who is a candidate
for the legislature, is in favor of a di-
vision of the county, and if elected to
the legislature would work to this
As the circulation of these reports
was calculated to injure the doctor's
chances of election, some of his
friends addressed him a communica-
tion on the subject, and the following
is his reply to said communications:
We have two of these letters before
us, and give space to both of them:

Citra, Fla., April 14, 1908.
To the Candidates for the Legislaturc
to Represent Marion County, Ses
sion 1909:
Gentlemen-Now that the campaign
is squarely open, and being very anx-
ious to give each of you a show for
your witee alley," permit me to ask
you the following question. I hope
you will not think I am impertinent.
but it is a matter of vital importance
to many of us:
Will you work and vote against any
effort to divide Marion county or an
nex any Ipart of it to another?
Very respectfully,

Dunnellon. Fla.. April 18, 1908.
Hon. E. L. Wartmann. Citra, Fla.:
Dear Sir-In answer to the ques-
ti: "Would I work and vote against
any effort to divide Marion county or
annex the same to any other." In re-
ply will say that if I am elected to
the legislature as one of the repre-
sentatives. I will oppose any effort to
divide this county, and would support
a constitutional amendment to sub-

mit to the people the question of di- gatherings and may swoop down on are delighted at the opportunity of
vision of any county that those di- both of them in a bunch. Those wh.i njeting hpr. Dr and Mrs Thomp.
rectly interested would have an op are getting up the same want them t) son were married In Jacksonville -...
rectly interestedwould have an op
portunity to vote for or against d(i- cone in big numbers. eral months ag.. and the latter is a
vision. -- m(-t charming young woman. Dr.
I am unalterably oppose to any di Miss Victoria Raysor left VWeln,,s- Thompson ik another Ocala btw)y who
I am untral oppt day for Spartanburg S. ('.. where ,he i; shceening admirably in his new
v'ision of Mnrion countY.y.d_ r "



Local and Personal Mr. James W. Sanders. a prow.
Sent citizen of Early Bird was a vr.
Itor Priday He has oune of te
Mrs. Allan Bridges is spending this itor fr ms Ht has one t a aM
eek with her aunt, Mrs. Sue D. Feas- best farms in the county, and kM
r, of Micanopy. boys, though frnm town. are il n v
with the farm and are developing int
Hon. Frank Adams of Jasper was the very best farmers throughout that
ie of the distinguished visitors to whole nwctlon. They get up with tbhe
e city yesterday, lark. and are developing Into *tron
stalwart men.

Mr. J. C. French is a very sick man.
He has been unconscious since Wed-
nesday of last week.

Mr. G. 13. Tankersley, the popular
mayor of Coleman, was in Ocala

The condition of little Miss Sally
Spurlin. while still very critical, was
slightly improved yesterday.

Mrs. Stamps and her little grani-
d(laughter. Miss Hester Webb, of Haw-
thorne. formerly of this city, ate hrp
on a visit to Mrs. IL. T. Izlar.

Another little daughter has been
added to the family circle of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Spencer, having been born
ait their home on Oklawaha avenue
\Wednesday morning.

Prof. J. H. Brinson, candidate for
county superintendent of schools, had
an attack of mumps, and afterwards
had a relapse. He regrets extremely
that it has made a campaign impos-
sible. He hopes to visit some of the
places before the campaign closes.

The big barbecues at Fairfield and
Lynne promise to be largely attended.
The candidates, those for United
States senator, governor and other
state offices, are on a hunt for big

The Misses McDowell received the
good news yesterday that their father,
Mr. W M. McDowell. of Oak, wbe
left last week for Indlamapolla. lad.,
accompanied by Mrs. McDowell and
Dr. C W .Lindner of Anthony. aIs g*
ting along nicely Hie was rnch e
haustedI when he reached IndlaaauW
lis. but is now steadily Improv lC
which will bt good news to his ms7
friends in his section.
Mr. J. E. Thomas of Pine was in O
office Thursday and brought us t e
fine specimens of Bermuda oloan.
He says that they can be grown with
great success In our soil. and ta
they do not require very much labor.
Next year Mr. Thomas will plant OR
a larger scale. Texas furnulshe a
great many Bermuda onions for the
New York markets and her truckers
find it a most profitable crop. Poi'.
ida has advantages over the "Lose
Star" 4tate and we are glad that Mr.
Thomas has turned his attention to
wards their cultivation.

Dr. and Mrs. Thot. C. Thompson ot
Jacksonvillo were here for the medi-
cal convention and were the guests ot
the former's parents, Dr. and Mr-n. J.
M. Thompson. This Is young Mr.
Thompson's first visit to her haus-
band's former home. and hisa friend

IRELAND ANIr u re ,i,,...







_______ -- WRATH TON'S LETTERS -
IPRANK HARRIS Editsr. A story is told that once upon a --- Four years ago it was claimed that
F. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. time, in the long ago, a man who had President Roosevelt, on one of his Before the legislature adjourned certain campaign literature was sent
-- -_ ------ -l soured upon the world, and except for busy days, characterized Mr. Jacob A. Hoc. R Hudson Burr made his an- out from Tallahassee with pension
irr > (the possession of one son, was all Riis as "*tihe most useful citizen in njrncemet as a candidate for gov- checks that necessitatee extra P" -
alone in it. He determined that thi. New York." enor. lie was the early bird and .n- age by the rncipients--!' (,,l s,)
,4^g^^ boy should be uncontaminated by the ri'Cccnt Occurrelice in which tended to gobble up the .ubernatori Tas i b done again. The
*"r !machinations of men or the wiles ot R... stock part. we are led to be- worm. That section of the press ()f Ror ks it ouht to
: women and to this end kept him .-.- lie- t.. resident -correct in Florida that ar, o,)Osed to all )tlie ,Ois not c,.ate we, shial call a:,-
anhd private ui r )v-enientts imnediate- --3Ma'lison R.corl,.r.
Vidiou.-y aloof ir:'omi all association his reference to him. or fifteen ily took u 1 th canidac n of iIr. ii" The Sill dos tnot kn(W that th, ,lI,
with tile worl.l. The child was car- yea. or more Mr. Riis aul his assist- an sail that the newlspaiWrs that r\ slirs are sibj,'te, r) extra pot-
rie-'d^ t sehi ik a rv ants have ben working in certain to SU)) hii wold he only "" a.cot of e( osig
aed toilonleChill like a nionasel''l )lile' to
W ti~d to ~soe~i:h1 li* at "o *'*.;-ection, of New York city to inmp.ove( sl, t an, ,n !'willd b( ''l: can:i.ian -
a d aI t d of h I ,thoso that are o,.wn- ,l n.l :t 1111 c roll'r1'OOi5 C l mi l 1
and during all the days of his t),- tlmem morally, socially, and in every h)tie corporate inte.rsts--the "ien in t h. unX ,,',s c,)iit 1nil-
]FRIDAY, APRIL 24. 190S hood had not been permittet to 1,ok wth,-r way, and have succeeded in (14 -l "crco w:ret'tr )- : **rt-,,- ct rI t Vt ,
__ --^- upon the face ot a boy or a girl. At- ing o. chse tr. know of our own knoe!e. '. t
...... -- "--- ha 1 rt ) ." etc.
ter reaching mans estate he \wa.- Last Sunday. Father ,Jams R. Cur- A few months afterwa s Mr Sock re't)rhiiihe ractice i. tini. ,,r
I you were a corporation, wouldn't walking with his father one ,lay when r.. rteclr of the church of St. James. toA wrote several l,'rtt-rs to certain sk'., eithr it l:ihot "
y like to be an electric railway com- ,uddenly and all unexpecthy erred to the workof Mr,. -is i' ,ai, 'that ha.dhs knw,. I it .
I1 y? were confronted face to face with :a the "lmns" and 'social swaml)s. so trc ', against hih wi ha to tecil ist his kn li :,. !:. to; 1 r.ilt,-
o r a t t radiantly beautiful maiiuen. Instantlyv called, and deno.nc-d him as a char- c ndidale for governor. After th, s,)nlehndv to Tas;< tor it a .',. f"
Governor Browards appeal to the soul of the boy was set on fire ity rafter. Father Cutrry said that lapse o a month or nor. h, e.ntred h, comment t of ti. ,i -,,1. r.s r.
"*T t heartd" may lbe e'hanpged to < i* i i ,.ip e(lJ Ior lor Ior'te e eel
great hearted" may be changed to he anxiously asked his father i it was not for his love of the children.the race, )eo a.e. he sai. he chl arii. h I:trt'r i- .1,' .'!! I ,"

th "hard hearted" after the primary, what it was. "That is what is called but t t he was doing his work in or- get no one else advor.ating the pli- (..hlli ry t li- : -' ll.
Iesburg Commercial. a goose," his father replied, "and for der to perpetuate the Protestant the- cies he stoo for to shuler thi Sun
"our soul's sake you want to avoidl ology. He said that his efforts ou-ht great ,urden. o h, bcae a ful -
Jacksonville politics don't get any it." "Whatever it is, father." said il.b' to be directedd to the neighborhoods of flege ,ov.'rcandidatr .in,.Twar i. oi, to rin,
better, which raises the question: Can boy. "I must i ossss ,it." the up-town rich, where he would finid Hon. R. -{Hudson uirr n,)w writes ai t>,iil
an-ything pure come out of that There was recently a parallel to more immniorality. That Mr. Riis's letter ,linin 'r r.,maini iat ar sid that Ions hal l>inr,,l-
lch is always otherwise? this story enacted in our prosai(. mo il- v sits to the poor in the slums is only 'th rac., bale h"e says that ion onsera
a lf tcaiy i ru ups e ,i .4~ tctn~ n1 u o(rat ic executive .nites. I
Let labor right Its wrongs at the ern life, in the very capital of our re- a bluff at charity, his true purpose to John N. ( Sckn s'a, fr id,.a- zea.1w
allot b he time Is now-Talla- public ing to spyinto the homes, to gaze tically th amne poli('i-s tt he sto, sn s t us that his acting woul lie
as b x. oes tim e n rrt- o Near Wasington is a crazy or into the private closets and reveal for. an it was o so uch the of- against the committees. For instance
bassee SujL Does the Sun refer to cranky"s^ cmu iti th family skltor "Th hom of.. for. anti it .vas now so inuich the of-', .; _
_Pensaola street railway stik- cranky community calling itself the family skeletons. "The home of fcle he wanted as it was to see these he was censuried by the committee in
the Pensacoia street railway strik- ^lln ouui^ calling itselftepo a." say Fahe Cur flee he wanted as it was to see these .. ...
Wr? "The Woman's Commonwealth." The the poor man. says Father Curry. I)olicies triumphant this county, the Timsi-1i"non printed
head of the organization claimed that "is as much his castle as that of the Now, the question aris-s, when Mrthe resolutions of censure so t also
Despite his protest, the democratic she had a visitation from the Al- rich man, and is entitled to the same Stockton was looking around for I)rintet the resolutions of the dem-
state convention of Delaware is unan- mighty, and was told that it was sin- degree of respect." someone to shoul er i crats of Hillsborough county, and of
Imously instructed to cast its vote for ful to live with man. Believing the Continuing, Father Curry said: il rden" who tood for the ol- Dade an1 other counties. W hy no
Judge George Gray in the national visitation real the woman quit her "They call this section (mostly Jews i that he stood for, bring suit against the committee, and
democratic convention to meet in husband, succeeded in securing a few and Catholics) the unweeded and un- to overlook Mr Burr who had already why against the newspaper that sim-
Denver. converts to her faith, moved to Texas, watered human garden, and use every announced his candidacy even beforI ply prints the resolutions in th puIr-
------ bought a tract of land and the com- other vile name and op)probious epi- the adjournment of the legislature? s)it of its teitinate avocation o
SeIntor Tillman's bill to suppress unity prospered financially. Two thet expressive in depicting the con. I)rnting t news Th mcratic
vrancy in the District of Columbia months after organizing her "coin- editions that inhere only to the most THE SITUATION AT PENSACOLA party is commtted to th policy of
ba passed the senate without opposi- monwealth" a little girl was born to degraded of civilized humanity, and ___ tree speech and the tentative head of
tkAn. It is directed against the horde her. swoop down upon us like a flock of Since that lone brick was thrown the pary in Florida should not adopt
of negroes who have congregated in Ten years ago the "commonwealth" magpies and began to rake muck with at a passing car. there has been no methods to curtail this great privi-
thalt city. sold their possessions in Texas and vigor." other excitement at Pensacola. lege.
'- 'bought a farm of 172 acres in Mont- Father Curry's sermon was a very The thousand troops, with th'ir -. .. -
Property to the value of 5,000,000 gomery county, Maryland, near Wash- vigorous roast and he hurled all sorts glittering guns, are still encmnped "Aude Levrangl ot the Tallaha'-
taels has been burned by Pekin in- ington, and a large house in the city. of el)ithets at Mr. Riis and his asso- around about the circuit of the elec- se Sun states that the v-ry an-
cendiaries, but Just what question the Ten children, all girls, had grown up ciates. trick car line The gatling guns are nowhm it h Browart s nam, car-
ekin night riders are debating with in the "commonwealth." They were Now. it is in his reply that makes still frowning on the strikers an 1 mI n rn s wite it e SU rt of 15trtea Fadw
the authorites is not made plain In taught to shun the very sight of man r. Riis truly great, arrayed in epaulettes and bria-s b hut- la vors If thi he rr ad w
the cablegrams. but as the grew up stole away and He lid nor rely in kind. His re- tons ar wroninent on all de thr- have no reason to "douht ( laule s
we ~~~ ~u aswrfc theO ^ ^^ y grew up stole away and I u"l '' nKIU.M r os Are;rmnn nalieto-.
P n Rl i a e rc were married. ply was respectful and tolerant. It oughfares. th nwsars shol
President Roosevelt is a very rich ws c,)ch, in terms That l one T ashamed of thmselves for runnin
an, but he is not one f t e aThe daughter of the founder of the '' - l 1 Tho sheriff has suinmmvond oie hi:;- ,.
Man, but he is not one of those awful to truly believe that "a soft answer dred and fifty of th most iti ian "'ad' for the other canvas.
"plunderbunds" that Senator LaFol-commonwealth had now grown turneth awa wrath h
SsaysControls th finnesf th to be a woman 29 years old. She ha, 1 turnIth away wrath." Cili7ens of Pensacola to se,'- as iop- ch a s.rios hanica i.-
e says controls the finances of the ver know a an to as much as to He paid the Catholic church cities and the fierce enedv is vig)r- "m)i vote's against tienm what is. '. h
country, but he does his share of the upeak to on u through its dignitaries th< highest o p 'lse of spending any money on the'
^i speak to one until the other day, through^ its dignitaries the highe~st ousy preserned, ote 21 or mor voe,1W ol
controlling all the same. when she surreptitiously broke the compliment. He said he was proud The comments of the state o)r ss

It looks like Gus Morton and Hon. rules of the "commonwealth" and was to enjoy the friendship of Cardinal and the citizens generally are of ;uch snggost that IeWranls anof (;oa-
John N. tockton have come to the introduced to a Mr. Pratt. a hotel Gibbons an1 other Catholic prelates a nature that the troops will soon be thow vrd conention, lnay itar
clerk, by a girl acquaintance. It was of this stamp. "Our house,' he said, sent to their respective homes., as che
perdgof the ways. Gus has dhal- a fully before the leaders and demand
^ged him to meet him on t,.. tump love at first sigth," and to make a "is for all of God s children. If Fath- whole thing seems to be "mch ado the nomination of Broward for presi-
will be pepr-boxes, tobasco long story short she followed her lov- er Curry will visit us at any time he about nothing." t. Aoman wt arlist f 13e0
Sand all those kinds o: ingredi- er to Philadelphia, where they were can see for himself, am he wil be It does look like a county :he size names should either be president of
@mOB recently quietly married, accorded a most respectful treatment, of Escambia and a city th size of n i es or peidn of
--- --- "I don't know how it was," she which he denies to us.' Soft an- Pensacola could keep In subJection p a tnti edicnes co hres ouca
THe stork is a very shrewd bird. a said. "but after I was introduced to swers like this disarm criticism, less than one hundred car strikers. patent me company, wh r
We bliev Preidet Rosevet'sa list would be worth millions.-O-O
very shrewd bird Indeed." him I just wanted to see him all the We believe President Roosevelt's
"He must be. 1 notice he succeeds time. I was crazy about him, and he very high compliment was not a mere IT IS UP TO EDITOR HILLSON land Reporter-Star.
*'e us b. n~c h scced im. ws ray bot im ad random statement, as Mr. Riis in hi:;
Rn occasionally delivering a package was in my mind day and night, and rejo m akta t ruen t aGors. Broward is making a whirl-
to ne of the ultra fahionable set." I did not feel happy except In his rejoinder make true te president'. We are not concerning ous wind campaign of the state and ohorrs

sight. I just couldn't help it. I want- *" ........ ,,gv r v', it no denying the fact that he gan-
affairs. * Wheat we are partic- fisndends. g the strck Pthra wt ho ain
As the Madison Recorder is sup- ed to be right with him. THE MILITARY OCCUPATION OF ula * ly concerned about, though, is the ic- alaka with a
porting John N. C. Stockton and not "My mother is very strict." she sai,. THE PENSACOLA ularlyaout-tho s th promise to secure, if elctd, an a pr )-
Albert W. Gilchrist for governor the "and I guess she will never forgive ui afair rf io our staten-those that f c
mption is that "no arrange- me." affect the interest of every tax payer i .,
~resuptb mis.hat "oVarange1me_

- - -- I 3lr Allan Kodgers. in a -onewhat in the state. And now- that Brothpr 1- -" l 1 .< 0III.
mets" were made. It is just when; So this is the story of life. It was!lh. .n communication prime in the -satn acnno that ot v- as thprp i. a .uJUihi, *n th-
a newspaper supports some other fel- ordained this way when the first star lTimes-nion of Saturdayi closes his in a aurethe hi minds of some i()O)le that thi i.L t
low that this presumption holds good. sang in symphony with the heavenly comments as follows aturdaycloses his ing away state secrets we think he matter tha is in osly ,nr-
Only one side makes arrangements. cents as follows: could write an interest ing aro mattr t i n p tr.' r
Only one side makes "'arrangements." Ispheres, and neither cranky men nor The stop of the political close cor- the organization and ownersi f by- our p1resezt r','p-'"'ntat. ::
wonncncanpi.teogaiainadownership of thecnreth rero i''u..mv
womThe legislatuen can chang it. portionss with headlquarter- not a Capital Publishing (mnl)any anw tath, c anr.s he nor. p rTij,, t,.i
The legislature of Oklahoma wants "God create man in his own i thousand miles from the V.,dernian printing contracts. For instance. hu; a
to pass a bill making a wind jamner agewaIn the image of (od created he ,
who is a candidate for any office, but le a feal created he bul(ling, is way below par. aai sli ll might tell us who owned1 stock in this is r(,ai o h,)ost th, n, ra: whn ":rt
Sthim: alebandofeoale created he"a draping"n the drop will en-st ata t i ti
more especially tb- office of senatorm, "a capping an the d wll cconcern when he was its manager
tate at the opening ally of his wind jam-'. tinue to be rapid until a ,, )OI- and to whom the stock was trans- )n)mist. as in the ca, of trhs ta
statming exhibition on a vote soliciting jam- "And the Lord caus a ,ep slep cans who have run the city )f Jck- ferred when his connection with the have b)een inat (an.I rkn ,
tour that he is out for himself andito fall upon Adam and he slept: and sonville wake up to the fact th'rt their lusinv,s terminated, telling us spe- would be wll to mlake -,*. iul-'i'.
ttro htueisou orhmslfaatetokonhoeisrbiansloe uomthostwe fore thhimsaesielf( and i !te i. b b' i. a
not trying to bunco the dear people. took one of hs s and coe u methods, when applied to th.- slate ciallv whose stock is covere utip in *,>li ra. ..,f h
!h es thro ; of Florida, will not, should not, arnd a certain mortgage giv'pn to the Capi- roisor to deli ,e i ,' ',i- I'..l.'-
The St. Louis Globe Democrat has "And the rib. which the Lord had cannot, succeed, tal City Bank. etc The doing of his kl Nws
discovered that during the past i taken from the mnian. made he a wo- ,Just how long this military occui.a- might .ntail on Brother Hillson a lit- o -T.
g the nian. antiCbrought.h..r.untorthe a t in.l omwn caf Tar::,. (',.,l.
month of January this country put an and brouh hr o the tion will last no one can sc, Ot- te s.lf-sacrifice, but it is the op -ilate f' r th nit, Sa -'tt''
$(16.4,O.(0o into new buildings and An Adam This is now one side the short, sharp words of comn- 't^^ of his lif to ,o something r.al is wit Ira trn th,' ra,'. Cm,,
$24.(0,0.('o<. worth burned down. The of myv bone and flesh of m nyosh: sIt mnands are heard on ever v Si,1] hro a- l .fo!n(mr io"rki Tel- l rt'r! ra h t .
sa'-s: "Americans seeni indif- ~ly-he,'roic as tlTfI'- tik'Tel- rw f'sa i .a.iihi
editor says: "Amricans seem indif- sAali be called woman. The patrol passes with measured era)h. ;t.ro of cs ncra .t t
ferent about this leak. but it repre- 'Therefore shall a man leave his tread-tranil, tramp, tramp. The_ t'. ,li c.)ne, A te
fatherr and n~iOthe., andi shalI (l \ .-;t)f i.a h s r lo z,, tl ,',
sents money enough to build a Pan- thr an other shall earth shakes beneath the war god,. nd BANQUO'S GHOST WILL No far an1 his rm' >s.
ama canal every year. or to improve uto hs wife' and They small be on' law. order and justice "n its last DOWN i tht t :la' h ) r
all the main rivers of the Mississippi flesh analysis, rest upon a foun+l.:inin of --- be'hnl in the camliti ti wa-r.r

n-owed from time to time h:h efforts
to induce the d,,fendant to be his
wif.. :n far. as well a. In name. but
she' r'solitely. and. when n-ce-.ary.
A' :Li., Uitmost veh.menn- r-fisel "

Th st atl- democrar' :c c:tnimpaiga
'"'llIt.irr'-. hai o iail d1 AQ, he f)ollow-
! ,*.a" 11 ;1 1 1.' tm) ,i-en 'Ah, mi.iy ,t*o?
iti rh. ('cit.t.k Irirn trv "lrho,*'. and
i y' tr -.. '. *-r -,)l ., .- h.t i~ i .. ; >-.r n tttt,,l
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!0% fh.- a:e.rao r. i r ; a I'ilinda,
in'A i ;1)'. white" d' emo rii''< l'
, ,* t r.-' T. i . u '.' to the'
I : I i',, w hir- 4, i r.rn:l, .tr) .n "tf the
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Could Lay Slate-Pencil ;n Or-
Hands in Dreadful State-Dis-
ease Defied Remedies ard Pre.
scriptions-Suffered Seven Years.

"I harid P-"ema-n mnv. hand- f r : .. .
seven v,ar, and dlirin, that .rit ..
11. j^ -J r r,.II'd i"--, t.)',t ,,.. W "% *
I ,I .i'-iaJ ar'i ,i 4.
: v har'd-' r r Tip ir- 1
S. Lo,-.a-. ... t, l
r l'y har.- a ti r I .. :
/ .f trh,' <:a< k- at, ,, r ...

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S/ p ri, IlI. I ,i-... -
/ Sl-2n I. "
\ / - t(...!,-y V .i,. :

did nt ui-, any irO, r, ial r. ,., an-i
w A i . ..- fl ; ) : 'l rti.f. n, i,'v.'-d a- rin ttih a. (Cut itira Oiriirntr t I rtI l a 'dra ir, a,;L-
of ( 'pitit-ra S.oipo ar:l I )irtrn'-nr an 4
my handle w,'r- ip.rf., t,.v .ir-.d afrt-r tw ,
xx,.4. *,f ('ra cak.' ,)f ;,,ap w'ro'1 U -dl. I now ke*ep
th- 'n ',n hand, f,,r stinli, -. -tc.. and, ,,.w,
('it ii<"ra S';-ap f,,r shaviri,. I o,'uldd wri,'
a great d.'al n,,ro in r,'-fr*'ne-* to m
c'iro |i.t do nt want t-, rake- m r f
vouir time'. Wil'iam HI. Iean. Newark.
tel., Mar. 2",. 1 ,)7."
With Sores on Legs. Cured in
Two Weeks by Cutkicura.
"Mv little (daight.tr ,uffered with
Forrs on her leo all la.t -,rnmrer. Her
feet were ,orf'. t4m). and sh-e couldn't
wear her ',hoe'<. I think 1h, was p)i;4.)nd
by running through weeLr but the dw,-
tor said it wa.-4 o-zema. I tried vpraJ
remedies but fail.d to find a curp. Thou
I .sent fo)r ('tiKura Sap and (Cuticura
Ointment which curmd her in two we"k.
I find Cuticura the tw!.t I evpr tridf qr
any kind of sore and I h)ope I shall newtr
he without it. Mr-. (4;'rtie Laughlin.
Ivydale, W. Va., Apr. 25. 19.07."
Complete Fxtenal indt In'brnmiJ TrytmeMt eo
EFrry Warm' r .-f In-trit, r) drn n. anod Adultl
(r'. .c4tr4 ,)f 'aittic nt. ";):tr) o (."4 t.,) ('iPanmlp tim A n.
('01'K,"ra oIt nient n54c I T l ii the ktUa. *a
(',ittl ir # el-)lv'nt1 (.J5 >,'r vi the for rnmofiCola-e
('.,-te.t, I' i.s 2.f t r vii of hi tm oPu i 'y ib BIoo .
S.'il thrn',chit th" w,,r'ld *l tetr Lru4 & Cbe .
'.. -- A' -*'. 'r,)t B, t' l' n. MW
d"Mailed Iree. -uiticura Boi 0 on skmit i un.

Lit- n:tr, (:. >-:. .'-, r. '. arls f t -
1'. S navy. i. .4 ifin. fr a dI".,r
tfrotn his wif.. who is a *li'i,-i'r .
,'xSeinaror R,)her Mills of Tixa-
The mliv,,r'e I>roe ously ,let'f.n.!...l t.1 b S,.nator Mills. Ex-
S,nator James K. Jojn,., is hi leading
attronevy. In h:s pertiti.n lieiit.'nant
Richards says: "l),.itte the utmost
efforts of the plaintiff to change the
views of dt'efendant anm! to penruadte
helr to r.cognlze his rights and hber
oIbligationa under rhe marriage, c's-
tract. he was wholly unable to do *o
During all this period, almost nin,
years, the plaintiff, becaiit of the at
fe.cti)n he had for the ,leafernlant. r-

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SYap-a-hoot-a-hoot-ahootee 's our moo: Tust in Yapy.
I should answer thusly. lob.-Tt-r:
Yap-.-hootee means in S-wash. S- h n h
Talk-a-heap, the gabbling gas-hag. On his spear that know no brother
S Heated atmosphere, concoct. At his feet his faithful daschund,
Prize purveyor of windp.Ldng. his side hi, throne s successor.
"~(: o a e od old Gadabout. the Fat One-.
On the shores of the Po-to-mace
: Dwells there in the gr-teat white wig-waurn.L he wnoe m a,- :r y
*" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o Then^,.,.^ *'i.] r war-canoes muak-e really, ::
\When he isn't dwelling elsewhere t ig cob
"" Yap-a-oon-a-hoot-a-hootee., t^s voir uTho' there is no itgn ot combat, :5:
Or gone hunting something somewhere'
W: h n h--te ea on te warth. S u^ But the great Yai)-a-hoo-tee wills it:
Wh. \ en he isn t on the warpath.,
Slaying OC-to-pi and b -. iKnowing If you want a rumpus,
:.:Slaying Oc-to-pi and bob-cats. ,.', ,*:-
'**:' Tr~o/*i. u *Nou call rile somle oilier nt.::
S Tracking Har-ri-mans and Hegn-hawks On cnre oa noh I nb h :
Busti nt mophre Truntcnt. At his fBy a chip upon your should. I:
:..Busting Trusts anti Molly-Coddlles .. .
.'" Prze pureyor, o wind- ing. By a sihow ofthow and arrow :::
Swatting Nature Fakirs fiercelG o y. a O :::
"- n ^ the a hosat--k and cou-tick :::
eShooting with his hot-air pop-igun T t hwk rand a ro-ai ,y, ""
P n e And a scalping knife held ready.ee
Uh: desirable. predaceous.Wtat, t
; Citizens and Mal-e-factors. Watis that, the thunder roaring )
SAnd just raisin' hel.livi.gen-ral : Nay, 'utis only Yap-a-hoo-tee,
Just our Yap soliloquizing,
In this wig-wam dwells a Chief-tainn Jth h ays0and th hedg s
I'n theenihewis-stand the warpath.

: Wide of grin, of teeth almight, In the fo and the ed s.
In this tee-pee roosts a war-lord. I tie forest and the meadows.
:.nSlaying Oc-to-pianddlodb-satX,

: Given o'er to much chin-music, n the wickius ad lod e
With a tongue that's hitched amid-ships, Heark-n to his windy niouthings, :
Waggling fore and aft and side-ways, ABut everhthif and nothing
S To the windward and the leeward, Till somebody disagreeing y
SIp and down and in and outward, XWith his wild and woolly statements.
A laded to the muzzle is he Wakes his wrath and loud he sputters:
"[i. l'"dLiir. liaprdaiar,. liar.

W-: ith high-powered conversation. "Lar liar liar, liar.
'Wi1th the gift o' gab most gabbling, Ananias. Judas,,Jaoi,
.-: And when nothing else is doing, Frail and foul prey ariato
S Or the time hangs somewhat heavy. Falsehood maker and retailer.
X At half-cock he shoots mouth off, Know that I alone am truthful,
S ' i:" nMakes him wait "till aim is taken". ho was eenmost my eql
S So It goen off pemt aturly, Chipped a tree with. childish hatchet. ::
:::So it goes off prematurely, *.. ..::
**: ... . ... .. ,Anti cried: 'Popper, Franklin done it!**:
Sheen he breathes on the hair-trigger). n re p, Fnin do it'*
"."' Given o'er to muh chi^-usP e. a r the song of Yap-a-hoo-dg e, :
SShoots it at his wondering tribesm-n, Hear te h oth, "
Wgglig fr ad at an s, ASonu o batttle and of bunchibe, .
Bids the married men get busy. S, ofbt d oae nc ::e
Sorg of caynsoless cow boy,
Bids the squaws produce papooses. Suf srgs :n:
*:*: ,, . ., ..Suffering froni para oiua. .*
Bids us join in emulation X.
::: Of the fe und. fertile rabbit. a:
Molly Cottontail, the bunny. "Once I was alone in Cuba,
".:: Then h e ue lubs the cor-por-a-tions, And I fough t nmy way unhindered:
:: With. stuffed club. Billyv-Bladder, l) U t bloodless Hill of Kete. :
: lAms the lining out of credit., To A ainars trenches, ,
:.. nd wen nthig ele isdoinFail ad -,pfstous prenaieato,:

iHands to Con-fid-ence a hot one, Aod ot *s to en
M: Knocks the socks from fourteen billion Facing tierce ctitus b:ils
: ,Tainted ducats and si-mol-eons, An ri" o-et rting hriapnel.
: Talking ever thru his scalp-lock, Trru a haz" dream of cai'nag.
Handing out his guff in bunches, Reached the top, where never Spaniard,.:
Scares to death most everybody. CSocked a cannon or a Mauner, ::
S dst a ouesince this lo first started twirling.

:: dJumps uoin the Solar Plexus r i"
Of the golden ovum gosling, Yet, s -eemed to see a dago
::i: Till his crazed tribe, pan-ostricen. And I somehow seemed to snhino him
Stunned with words and wind and gabble In the back as he was fleeing ,::.
Hide their store of shells and wam-pumT imaM y denhesitin::
Hide tir yellow boys and green-backs And 'false, perjured,' ghoul-like Clarence n
St o in a ton Guessed that he had shot another. ::
^~ ^. Then I wandered in the twilight, :
$; Once upon these shells and wam-pum. To San Juan and howled and hollered, ":
H di b u a his g fo n onces And sent off some press dispatches.,
::. Saresby l the tobst f monoy, ed a cano or a out sr, $*:
.:piaho -tn't foundtai motto uies SNexthi blewmybreathiout staroewilngly,!!

Telling of a God to trust in. While my tongue went wiggle-waggle, .
SYappy talked that motto silly, While my goose quill writ round-robins,
:. Talked It deaf and dumb and batty. Till the foe in San-ti-ago,
STill the words, by words affrighted. Crossed himself and said 'Hail, Mary,
:~:: TPill the words, by words aifrighted,::::
S Fade into the great Skidooward, This is not a common wind-storm,
: Where is nothingness forever. 'Tis more like a hot air-roc-co.
Then he shrieked with war-whoop mighty: Sac-ra-mento, Sol-fer-ino,
S"Trust In ME. oh. men and maidens. Hi, Cos-pet-to, Dam the Gringo. ,
SBraves and squaws and all papooses. We would better far surrender :
SPut your trust in Yap-a-hoo-tee: Than be ,alked to death, by Jingo: :
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WAS BROWARD THE VICTIM OF for the promotion, they felt that be'ALBERT W. GILCDIIIT
A PLOT? was justly entitled to it, and he has S
____ ever since been the leading candidate
The Central Vnion Times of Jack- in the race Among the people who Candidate For overnow of
sonville, the labor union organ of Flor- could be counted upon to support La1- iJ
ida, edited by Robert L. Harper, him- mar were nearly ail the voters wh,) Floria
I self a soldier, a former member of 'help-d to make Broward govtrno:. No faction, machine or rIng brought
the Leesburg Rifles, and later of the When Broward offered it hand-',l ;> him out l lit .ame out ai a candildat
Ocala Rifles. writes a long article in !to these i)pt-ole the l'propo,-itio1n f al i.-, and siigll, hant'-d. ti. w,ll Ibe
his paper, headed, "Was Goveri,)or sticking to their deterinination of re t
lad i.)rer.ct-i ,, tthe sulppirr of the
Browardt the Victim of a Plot ?" nniebtt'ing their f:'ienls on th ,- on-'
Editor Harper writes as if he b.- hainl and backing tip William n L. L.a- "ri, ,ra* ion.,. of th.. ant ,crT orat lon,
lives that the governor was, but giv. i mar. or turning, from hi11m and snt- he prohibitionists anid the anti-pro
out no intimation as to who was at porting BPro\vard, thterle.y playing ont- -"
the bottom of it. but we are led to bi- friendly against anothetr--a gain, th:"1
lieve that it must have been Andirew always has and always will spell ins-
Carnegie, Henry M. Flagler, Georg aster and defeat. They gvgnerally ie-
'Wilson, J. R. Parrott. or some other clare-l they would not forsake L.
awfully bad man. !mar for Browar,! at this critical sta ,'
Pensacola was friendly to Browarl of the game, no matter how mnuch th-.y
--both newspapers, all the county might h e in favor of the latter's a,-
and municip)al officers and the labor vancement, anti it must be conceded
unions, etc., so who was at the bottom that in this they showed the fidelity
of the plot? for which the laboring classes are
The Central Union Times says: generally given credit.
On last Sunday afternoon the peace Under the circumstances Browar4
land quiet of the Sabbath was rudely was severely criticised for "butting
Broken by the sonorous tones of the into the race" when it "looked good"
"Big Six" call from the monstrous to the people, and his advent only
whistle of the .Jacksonville water muddled matters. Had lie held off
works. It was the signal for a ge.ner- and "torn his shirt" to elect Bill La-
al movement by citizens of every de- mar from west Florida. as he should
nomination in the direction of the ar- have done. there is no power in poll.
mory. A few minutes after the call tics which could have prevented hitii
sounded the Central Union Times from succeeding Taliaferro in the next

man and several friends who were in
the immediate neighborhood were on
the spot and watched the preparation
of the troops with much interest.
a a a
In that vast multitude of people
there was hardly a man who was not
outspoken In his criticism of the ac-
tion. All of them seemed very well
posted upon the conditions in Pensa-
cola, and why not? Even the corpora-
tion paper had come out that morning
with an account stating that the sit-
uation was well under control that no
violence was being resorted to, and
that it was the opinion that troops
were not necessary.
S 0
But according to the plot, troops
must be had, so send them we did.
And they went, leaving over the Sea-
board about 7:15 p1). mni And with
them went the cheers of a few hyster-
ical women, who feel that every "kid"
in a uniform is a hero, and the jeers
and denuviations of almost every
male mn.moer of the vast throng.
Immediately, or as soon as they
could be gotten together, several mem-
bers of the Central Trades and Labor
Council of thds city. who were joined
by members of other labor organiza-
tions, gathered at the Central Council
hall, and this committee sent a friend
to ask an interview with Governor
Broward, who it was learned was in
After Innumerable waits, a confer-
ence between the committee and the
governor was fixed for 9 p. m. The
committee was on hand promptly at
9 o'clock, and then was occasioned
several delays, so it was nearly mid-
night when his excellency finally ar-
rived at his office.
A long conference followed, but it
was found impossible for the commit-
tee to prevail upon the governor to re-
call his orders. He expressed him-
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election, and be would have be-n -%L8LRT W. GILCHROT
elected from his own district. It was
the opportunity of his life to make hibtionists, of t!e local opGJMgist4
a ten-strike politically, but it would the Christians and the Jews and otf
appear that he had been either slow to the gentiles, the "publlcans and si*-
appreciate the advantage this action jners." HIe would even accept the sup.
would give him. or that he has been port of the Pharisees.
ill-advised by some over-zealous polir- The corporations cannot do without
ical adherents, the people, and the people cannot df
But, whatever may be said about .is without the corporations. Neither
entry into the race, and the handicap should be allowed to oppress the oth-
it put on both he and Lamar. it Is to;'er. Capital is organized; labor should
be deplored that he should hayv" organize.
shown so much near-sightedness as to The license-tax licensing each lit-
fall into this last trap laid for him. tle enterprise should be amended in
Listening to the recommendations of order that taxation should bear more
officials whom public gossip says has evenly. -- .I --.6-4
knives up their sleeves ready to give Article XIX of the constitution pro-
him his political death-blow at any vides for local option. The qualified
moment-who are notoriously at war electors (not the governor) approve
with him, coupled with a hatchedl-up or veto constitutional amen&enta.
excitement forced upon a few streetI He is not on the "recently construct-
car men for the occasion, he has gone ed band wagon." .-4
down into the hole dug for him by He commenced life working lit
the corporate influences, and it IF Quincy. Florida, at a salary of $15
hardly expected that he will be able per month, and boarded himself. lHe
to extricate himself in time for the has himself been a hard-working.


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The sheriff of Escambia county wir-
ed a protest against the sending of
the militia, declaring that they were
not needed and that a prominent offi-
cial, who was supposed to be hand-
ling the situation in his official capac-
ity, advised the governor that It was
his opinion that the sheriff was "try-
ing to hedge on account of organized

struggling man and he knows what
It means in others. He has never mar-
ried. He has always had obligations.
His life has been spent more Is
thoughtful consideration of other po-
pie than of himself. He feels sure he
will be elected, "If he gets enough
votes." He does not propose to trade
off a single office. There is bonor In
being governor. If it Is tainted with
dishonor he does not want the olc.

,'" I o~ifc.. w i*. 5Odd,.1- ,Pee -Oiefleas
Governor, always look before you Odd P
leap. Serve the people all the time,
for a wrong once charged up is with S
much difficulty obliterated. -tinps, LCC urtains, PIRtitS
ftering Goods
HOT SPRINGS. ARK.,s, Cook Stoves

Is no competition against Lippman'so, framed and unframed, and Po-
Great Remedy for the cure of Rheu- Full stock of
TJames Newton Ahbrdeen. Ohino D.% m.fwia. Ullmoom amd *am o

seii as ueartny in sy ip4 ity WIL U me -I -TV ., %- '-a--L~-A.
laboring people ad rd to do al says P. P. P. did him more good than DU5I5" nii urn W lIaim
laboring people, and ready to do all three months' treatment at Hot ........ .
three months' treatment at Hot-- -. LO^R^-
he could to serve them, and bitterly Springs, Ark. W Gn on eart, nthe S tueand er.
denounced the tactics of the corpora- W. T. Timmons of Waxahatchie h rae B nd C i
tions in their endeavor to crush out Tex., says his rheumatism was so bad
that ha wo I.ewAwT*Ajn Mr^ hia bX M

the laboring people of the country months. Physicians advised
.... -- and especially of Florida. Springs, Ark., and Mineral V
PLATFORM OF HON. H. W. LONG by requiring good and sufficient bonds man's governiin'ent. and through well * Tex., at which places he spent s
---- of administrators and guardians, and arranged executive work based upon At a late hour in the mniorning the weeks in vain, with his knees so
I I"wdly swollen that his torture wai
Martel, Fla.. April. 90. such annual returns by them as are : the prcGisions ot law. for the first conference ended, neither side. appar- yond endurance. P. P. P. made
To the Democratic Voters of M.'rion ently, having gotten much satisfac- cure and proved itself as in t
,rquired y law. tie si.e i, elected ery emo- n therefrom. It was the general ands of other cases the best 1
: dI feel that jus.ue to tho.e frinds. [cratic caaidate for a county office, belief, however, that th, governor reil- purifier In the world, and super
Dear Sir.,.: You haveo doubtle-ss setn : mvefdmnsta Tio *,i, *\\*/ , l araailsadtes-
as well as to my..elf, demands that I i 1S92. when the democratic p)artv ized tlhe soriousiiness of the situation all Sarsapaila and the so-c
that a number of my personal friend should make an active canvass for the was in lperil, as chairman of the corn- and approcintd th fact that soeon So by all dr ist..
over their signatures, have placed me office I have been nominated, to till. niitt,,e on platlform and resolutions, had blundl(redl. The ro)op.-, were
in nomination for the office of county As the support of myself and family was largely instrumental in the adop- gone, though, andl it was no use to JOHN A. JOHNSON
judge of Marion county, which nomi- is based upon the products of m. tion of a compromise platform, thY- cry ovr sp)ilt milk. Li the nian-
nation I a twith following de- farm. and as it is iIp().ssible to st- planks of which in 19u0 and( 1904 sub- time. he, had not the cour'zo to jum:, The visit of John A. J')ht.s
naueion ofpt l o ,reliable labor., justice to ny fa:n- stantially became lthe platform of the into the breach and recall thp trooo)s KintIcky. as- th> aII.-lT ot h'n
caraon of principles, or ily will reent me from making a national democratic party, thereby He was evidlently in a most unenvi.i- the altog,.thsr hlppy banquet utpon which. I squarely stand. house to house canvass. I therefore placing the Florida democracy eight 1)1l position. No man (oi thl coni- ill Dmorat on Jffss
1. Public offices were not created will try to reach the masses of the years in advance of the national dem- tee just then would h:uc, (.ar'd to lay. haD aoldoa materially to th' s
tor the benefit of their encumbents. democratic voters )y and through a ocracy. The office of clerk of the cir- change places with the govyhrnor, idly growa raks o thll Mi)n
1 ...1 0- -. ...... -f the eonle's Drinted statement of some facts upon rcim Pnourt i-z the r ni. f'tnnftv .mn T, * (OvT-n'Tr' aomirers while it

Hotement. Plaster, P s d
Vells.N, Shingles, Paints aid
bad- Roofing, 0
> thek'arnishes, Etc.
hou.- and Magnite Wall Paints.
or to not be undersold and will pleam
River I & Mookay.


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For Representative For Member School Board For Supervisor of Registration
At the request ot a number of citi- To the Democratic Voters of School'To the D[moni(cratic V\ot. r; of ManoG
zens, I have decided to make the race Commissioner's District No. 2: 'otuntv
for representative, and solicit your I take this method of announcing I herebv ann.t,ie n v-. If as a van
support in the primary of May 19, my candidacy for re-nomination as a 4iitlr for th.. 4,flc. () f ,:,r-.ir .if
1908, and will greatly appreciate the member of the school board for the re, tavri. suhje, r,, .,. ,i'.,'rar
same. W. D. CARN. second school districtt. I have tried ii. i.r ia,\,ri. It ; I, I .t..-,
|to give a faithful performance to thc ," li r! ,ry . .
I respectfullv submit my name to duties of this office. and if my n'igh- ., ;j ,r:.. ..-' :,.. i..t
the voters of Marion col nty as a can- bors and friends think I hauve siwce,.d- ,
didate for the legi:latur. s-bhject to edl I will appreiat.t- rh,-ir votes f,,r -
the democratic primary of May 19. I re-nominaiion. H. U.i''H. For Tax Asseso-
have no platform to make or ple(ides Taik n1 1 ,Kt`1 p. ,.p-. (,- \f .rion
to maoi:-. Ibn subnmit n.y claim on a i I annt.unc. myself a candidate for f',iitv f,,r pa-', f',,r- ,;,.i hoping
jcitizensh ,i)p of '25 y*.ir n in Marion coun- re-electi)n tO the office ,. of schoTl coirn- la, I h;, r',.;T', (;r fir'n-.r -1up.
TV. If eleci-d I wi: !lI reform mn y duty missionetr or the :;r l distirt. sub- b- '" I r. *-p.,.T'? v tnn,, :n .. n my ilf
to the best of my ability and for the jeer to th ilemcratic primary to hbe a r.tn..l dtT f.,- r. '>r ",, .. a-
best interests of Th.' county of Marion. fild May 1. 191's. I feel very grat*.- so- (,r, if!.
ai-d ,iate of Florida. ill for the support gi%#en n,"e In the :"ti r \\FR
c'. I.. BITTIN;ER. Pist. and if m otfliciai v.w4rk mrets

y,'ir ap)pro)val I %%i I apprcate vi ur
SI am a candidate for th- legislature v,'.Tr and iiifltn., in rih, t. comuiin pri
subject to the ruis governing the mary. .JOHN S (RANTHA.M
'r-rimariesn Platform-l.ess expenses

,-.iillom- iriv istf i on-T wsex onses

( | IJJ(J ]l Jt$ 1 1 ( 1 ltt .-1( ii.-%'* t tI tT II**
V^--;nut I ot n nef(l the illitwrato. non-tax payin:
W nuV U *i5~ c^itiz(n Cin our election b'isins -. lt',-
Mrin habit Cured iq 3 to 6 Weeis by Discohol ct him 0 t. S. T

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wmitbot patient's knowledge. missioner I wish to annoimnce my candid-cv
t for member of ,ht house of rpre-
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\\ NN"'. G 1RIFFITH .
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The Pensacola Journal has not giv- THE POSSIBILITIES OF FLORIDA
en up its efforts to elect John Beard --
Some time during the present week
to the United States senate without the Avondale Land Company, which
defeating Governor Broward for that is exploiting a large tract of ricb
oce. truck lands east of the city, will corn-
i mence shipping Irish potatoes and to-
Light blue owls, green canaries, matoes from their truck farm, which
pink crows, lavender sparrows and they are conducting in the center of
lisht blue rnoes are mentioned bv the the tract. This farm is being onerat- I

For Tax Collector
To the I 't':z' crati( \4iwtf-r, NIt :'.
I announ c -u ) i.'i ili 0
for rp-el1,o(t if- n t i oto f~i4 s, to- tyo

ac t ion of 'he '.'rwrc;r:ruma r,, v
Mlay 19. flext. If eet9!I ;'r. 'fl-.To t
give n,.% best -aA ( #- iinai a rt?* i
njarinf-r (as I ha%-' in fl* .-t*4

of the office.

In i i c m,* p Ici a T, ? a %%. t h
"iilinjtThy a(oft Y !aT'%r I

I llI l ." )i I I ti i ', H i !l! \ ;a I .'l
this mllethod. and through friends of I herewith submit my name to tht d at n for % i iofi., tx 1 ,,mi.,,,-r .
your community or county, to asK consideration of the voters of Marion living that y,,:,r of r,.twi,,n :Ir n .
ou t conid my fins tn Iais county for representative in tile Fio)r- sam,. i (of lieiu ,T a q,,a; .,
you to consider my fitness anad qualil- 1ida legislature. If elected, I shall ie- i. a' '
"da legislature. I fil ticc I shall *- Me t ,, ,t. ; ,i(#- A ,,' ;itbi, 'c) ;IlI
cation for the work of railroad con-! fend the principles I have always r'ep-
parti,.. \ I I ft ;! \ '4\.
missioner. resente(ld-he interest of the prodluc-
er and home-builder--the genuine c.it-
The interests and the welfare of randhome-bilderphe genuneFor County S.urveyor
the people of Florida can only be coil- to the highest degree of appreciation r h v a. ,,n'., n' .i
I tnhehghs ege'o areitin hreby ii ats ohe 4^4- u to ,ircru l iis
served by a commission composed of and be true. even at the cost of re- a candlilat, for ,he ,,1r,,. ,, ,,intv
^', i- *u* ^ *maining- poor. W. L MARTIN. surv-ycr 4of Mar-on <,oi~nry. -0i,Jo- men who know the rights and equi- meaning poor. \. L. MARTIN. r( democratic pr-n aries to) tje h.i
the d,.m ,crati(. Drrllma ri,.. iv p t,,e h,'lvi
ties of the people; composed of mruen Sparr, Fla. 1ay 19. 1910s. Trusting thar nt v past
Better known to many as "Peter service has h.on yuch as r, m,.,.r vur
who know the privileges, rights and Stanley. service has t en siiuch na- sto u.vtr s\our
approval, andti soljitinir ''cur Miipport.
equities of the railroads; men who at - I a, Yours rspectfully,
all times and under all conditions are For Sheriff V. A MORF1EAD
- .- Trn toh eDmor~ratibo Vott-r.o .if MronM

ready and willing to concede to the
transportation lines in the state all
and every privilege, right and equity
that belongs to them. or to which they
are or may be entitled by law or jus-
tice; composed of men who know to
what the people are entitled; men
who know the power, authority and
scope given them by law and justice,
- ---- -- .ad .howi.,toth .etrme.iito

.. ...... ...... -'- .... land who will. to the extreme limit of
ed for two purposes, I. e., to exploit such power and authority, maintain
,. ..such power and authority, maintain
the property by demonstrating the to the people of the state, without
character of the produce it will grow. sentiment, without prejudice, without
an fo profit sentiment, without prejudice, without
and for profit.
Fifteen acres of fine crops are corn hesitation, delay or vacillation, all and
Fifteen acres of fine crops are com-evrrihaneqtyhtblog
ing on. Five of this tract is devoted every right and equity that belongs
to them, or to which they are entitled
to each of the following crops: Irish -nothing less and nothing more.
potatoes, tomatoes and watermelons. Nothing e s and nothing more.
The farm is located on what was wehat we need, what we want, what
formerly the site of the old Stuckeyv we are entiteld to, is a ready, a safe,
pond, which the company drained so a rapid and a cheaper transportation
i effectively last winter, reclaiming or movement of our persons, proper-
Seighty acres of muck land. ty, products and supplies.
C. J. Rothman of the company said I want to be railroad commission-
Stoday that they had probably found er, and feel that I am qualified for
a new use for the rich muck which the office by reason of long and con-
the old pond bed contains. At the tinuous contact and experience with
solicitation of J. B. Anderson they railroads, as shipper, receiver and
sent samples of it to Cuban tobacco I passenger, my experience as an em-
raisers and they tried it for fertilizing ploye for six years, my association
purposes. It has been found very ]and contact with officials and employ-
| beneficial to tobacco plants, and they Ies. and so often hearing their version
have received requests for larger of the reasons and causes for danger-
quantities, so that it may be tried on ous track, lack of cars, lack of mo-
a larger scale. Several sacks will be tive power, inability to procure and
shipped to Havana on the next control labor, cause of wrecks, losses,
steamer.-Tampa Times. damages, shortages and overcharges
on shipments; my long and continu-
In his recent speech in Richmond, ,ous association and contact with con-
i Va.. Mr. Bryan said: sumers, dealers and producers, hear-
I "'Vnt-. i.l U -i .. . ine' their trnnhlPe. nhorvino, their

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' '4. L .a M Amv i ULL L L v UL V4.1 1 LA. Ai vii -- t, ...... .. "' ''li Ii II i i [I y I( xU JU
County, Florida: I For County Commissioner )..l ,il;.r f',n 'n. -p fart Is,
I hereby announce that I will be a I hereby announce that I will le ihir, Th,-,,anl ,,,llarx i just wht
candidate for the office of sheriff of a candidate for the office of commis-' wt
Marion county in the coming demo- sioner for the first commissioner.'s x h l, rn ol
cratic primary of 1908. district of Marion county, and if elect. trivil' .ir '#. t '.... ..,t Mr
I respectfully solicit the support of ed I promise to perform my cities to; T'irni(o.,ei.i r ,ai,,ir. ant.i ifty
the people of Marion county, and if the best of my ability. ar. ih. ,, ,., a ,r
elected to th4s office I pledge an hon- GEORGE MACKAY. thirtthviral i 1'1r th.r #r
est and impartial administration of; hirty h. r,,r fh_-r-
the duties r f i.td riffl ep- ..... .. , i .. .. ..-....

Respectfully, I hreby announce myself a candi-,_, ''! 1 > T
JOHN P. GALLOWAY date for county commissioner for the1('ml- rlnti a i* ;4'- t!clr,4 ?i. h'inlr,-.i 4oi-
.____ 2nd district, and respectfully iolteft lars upi g.',eerall 1
I respectfully announce myself a the support of the democratic voters
candidate for the office of sheriff of at the coming primary.
Marion county, and point to my rec- L D. BECK. TT
Old of more than twenty years' rest-'-- JE UT
dence among you as my justification To Marion County Democrats:
If elected I promise a faithful perfor- didate for the position of county O" coM"pn Tcilring
mance of the duties of the office, with missioner for the second district.
no friends to reward nor enemies to Trusting that my record as a citizen
punish. CHAS. Y. MILLER. and a consistent democrat have been I'v A T YA V A

I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the office of sheriff of Marion
county, Florida, subject to the coming
democratic primary, and promise, if
elected, an honest and impartial ad-
m'nistration of said office.

I am a candidate for sheriff, subject
to the democratic primary of May 19,
1908. Your votes are earnestly solic-
ited, and if I am elected I will per-
form the duties of the office faithfully.

such as to meet your approval. I xo- vLALA*A, rLA.
licit your support at the coming pri. Finst and Dome.
mary election. finest Imported and Damc

Berlin. Fla.

I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election as county commission-
er from district No. 3. I will appre-
ciate the support of the voters of!
said district in the primary of May 19
I can only promise you such service
in the future as I have rendered in
the past. S. R. PYLES.

I am a candidate for county corn-
For Clerk Circuit Court missioner from district No. 3. subject
To the Democratic Voters of Marion to the decision of the democratic voft-
County, 'lorida: ers in the primary of May 19. 1908.
I hereby announce myself a candi-iYour votes are earnestly solicited.
date for re-election to the office of'and if I am elected I promise to per-
clerk of the circuit court of Marion form the duties of the office faithful- I
county, Florida, to be voted for at ly. W. E. McGAHAGIN.
the primaries of May 19. 1908. Should -
you continue me in the office it will be I am a candidate for re-elpeticm to
my aim to discharge the duties ot the the office of county commissioner from I

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I -,uwnerei, a nela m n nave I" -,.."" qA.. .---- ., .....-....e ..-- same as the law directs, as I have en- the fourth district. Thanking the pune' 0n.
,had more faithful friends than in the great need of redress for wrongs done deavored to do in the past. pie for past favors, and promising, -lf
states south of the Mason and Dixon them; ten years' legislative experi- S. T. SISTRUNK. elected, my unfaltering devotion to
,tte sut o he".laonad ixn he;the trust reposed in me. fl
line. I was born in the north, and ence; was a member of the house of For Superintendent of Publc Instruc N. A. IFOR T DTII
live in the west, but you of the south r' presentatives 1899. 1901 and 1903; For Super ntende of Public Instruc N A. FORTALLI
became my champions. In the na- was a member of the senate 1905 and To the Voters of Marion County: For County Commissioner
tional convention, when I was only 1907. Have voted for and helped to I hereby announce my candidacy for I hereby announce that I will be a
S36 years of age. you did not ask where pass every section of the railroad the office of superintendent of public candidate for the office of cou
Instruction in the coming democratic candidate for the ofce of county
I was born: you simply asked the di- commission law now on the statute primary, and respectfully solicit your commissioner for the fourth district,
ruction I was going and you walked' books of the state. I could and would support. I have been engaged in and promise if elected to give faith
side by side with me. I have no words serve with honor to myself and with school work of this county for the ful performance to the duties of the
to express my gratitude for all this beneficial results to the people andgreater part of the past seven year office. J C PI LAN.
and have carefully studied the condi- o J PILANS.
Devotionn" every interest of the state, Ition ani neees of our present school -
? The editors of the Jacksonville My experience an< contact with- system. RICHARD W. ERVIN. To the Democratic Voters of Commis-
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fashion correspondents as some of
the hat decorations now prevalent.

Mr. G. W. Brown ot Jacksonville,
Ill., a winter tourist at Miami, recent-
ly caught a pompano that weighed 35
pounds. It is the largest one ever re-
ported to have been caught in the wa-
ters of Florida.

ANl te troops have been withdrawn
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IF YOU WANT TO. -E LOVEO believe that I wW MMl out what I
al.. omhm, Iwtll greatly apreciate many- ,.,., ,,, O O O O O
t amcotradict people, eveaIfyou thing you willdo forme. I havenoth-n c e C o
an sum you are ltugIng to say against a single one of my
Domet be inquisitive about the af- opponents. They are all good melq eI n s
airs of even your most intimate and I believe will make you good rep- F l o rjdL

Don't underrate anything because resentatives Respectfulh-. .
you don't possess it. HOME OF~iCE, JACKSONVI 1L
Don't believe that everybody else in EDITOR WILLIAMSON ON THE M. D. JohnsArSiN
the world is happier than you. PENSACOLA CAR STRIKE D. Joh son, Presdent
Don't conclude that you have never _
had any opportunities in life. Our little sister city of Pensacola' six
Don't believe all the evil you hear. is now having an object lesson in that home company, organized by six hundred representative business and profess
Don't be rude to your inferiors in ancient precept: He who liveth s stock holders.
social position. ancient precept He who livetb bytockholders.
Don't repeat gossip, even if it does the sword, shal die by the sword." It is a legal reserve company, which is the only sure system of Life Insurance K
tln s acrowd ^ oHerp citizens hae taught and been policyholders at home and assists in developing the resources of our own State.
Don't Jeer at anybody's religious be- ta,, ht dni,.-sm in all itE stages.
W y,,,,^ ^ othe,^av tha h r It's pohcies give more value at less cost than ay pohcy ssued. Gives the msure,
le notik.-d the othey day that her
1 county solicitor, her city attorney and
MR. CARN WRITES LETTER SET- her city comptrollerwereamongthe Square Deal in Life Insuran
TING FORTH PLATFORM AND Ispeakers to encourage the strikers- at
PRINCIPLES their mass meeting, and tell them of|9
the horrible wrongs perpetrate, t b%
To the voters oh Marion Count:-: tho rriet car orciart1 by. Al elements of uncertainty are eliminated from its policies, and the insured is give
To the Voters of Marion County: the street car officials.
As a candidate for the legislature The crime committed bv these em- 5 estimates. The cost is moderate and the benefits liberal, comprehensive and immedi
I feel that it is due to the voters of plovers is the same old offense of pre- what they demand
the county to know how I stand on suming to have rules and regulations
under which thoe to whom their mon- Honest at an Honest Prce
important questions which we all ey was paid were required to obseron-.
have reason to beileve will come be- These strot car officials not only ,
fore that body. presumed to formulate,, these ruie-. Every intelligent man recognizes the great advantage afforded by the FLORIDA
I suppose every voter in Marion but they actually had the audacity to his estate and protecting his dependents through this beneficent home situation o
county by this time who the candi- Post them. is te adein i e
dates are for the legislature. I have To this posting the union object''l 9 now is the time to insure in the
already sent out a letter setting forth on the grounds that the stipulated
pme of my principles. I wish to say forty-eight hour notice had not been B es,.t Com pan n D
that I am not running for the legisla- given them prior to such posting Cma i I
ture on any one issue. I believe we Such notice being part of the con-
ahould feel & great responsibility, and tract between the union and the c01o- The uncertainties of the future makes Life Insurance an immediate and imperative
give every question profound and deep pany.
study. There will be many questions Then down came that poster, but it
of the utmost importance affecting only stayed down long enough for the For rates and ther formation, address
the welfare of every citizen in the requisite ime to lapse as per agree-
state of Florida. A member of the ment, and up it went again. SRPL D tn
legislature should give them all deep But as itwont ul, the union men B R S TRIPLNG lstrict n
thought, and having done this he went OUT. and the umpire in base- O A
should work to accomplish what he ball parlance, said "STRIKE:" OCALA FLORTI A
believes to be for the best interest of The consequence has been that for
the people. more than a week the people of ths
i believe if a person draws six dl- brae and beautiful little city, have, oN-------------- -
lars a day to work and represent the had to ".-tart early and take it

mpany I
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;onal men of Florida

keeps the money of the

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n guarantees instead of
ate. Gives the public

LIFE in safeguarding
Life Insurance. Right




people, he should not be idle.
I am especially interested in ed-
ucational matters. I believe there
are a number of good laws that might
be passed that will greatly strength-
en our school system.
t favor a uniform system of text
books for the state.
In Georgia with state uniformity.
Field's U. S. History sells for 65 cents.
In Florida it sells for $1. In Georgia
Milne's Standard Arithmetic sells for
45 cents. In Florida it sells for 6.5
cents, and other books sell in about
the same ratio. Marion county alone
will save from $2000 to $3000 per year.
a'bhe state will save $50,000 or $75,000.
I have studied the school question
for twenty years and I believe I know
wherein we can greatly strengthen
our system. and at the same time
spend no more money than we are
sow spending.
I believe in a good and economical
administration. I do not believe that
the legislature should appropriate
S ore money than the state can pay.
SI believe in county, state and na-
tional prohibition.
I believe we should at least be will-
ing to submit the question to the peo-
ple of the state to decide.
i I believe in a good liberal pension
law. I believe we should strengthen

the present law
ble for a person
less he comes

by making it impossi-
tin draw a pension un-


afoot ."
Pensacola is extensively advertised
as thf, doep wat,, 'r (city. She is also
known as a city containing such an
element of lawlessness as to requir-
the entire state militia to subdue.
Shp has said that The "life, liberty
and pursuit of happiness" heralded in
the Declaration of Independence. did
not go in Pensacola unless you belong-
ed to the union and could show your
"Let him take who hath, the might.
and keep all ye who can!"
Little things like the Declaration of
Independence (?) are not supposed to
bob up and impede the progress of a
Pensacola statesman (?) who wants
to ride into office by the "organized
labor" route.
But seriously let us say that we
fully recognize the potential influenc-
es of organized labor. But no matter
how powerful these organizations may
be, they are none the less a menace
to the "peace, progress and prosper-
ity" of any community or state bow-
ing to their decrees before first inves-
tigating the justice of their cause.
Pensacola, as well as Jacksonville
and Tampa, has not only recognized
this power. Sho has humbly stuck
her head into the yoke and there is
now nothing left her save to "grin
and bear it."

the law. and Unionism is too often fostered and

that one person should be granted ais
much as another when he is just as
I do not believe the county is yet
ready for what is known as the "no
fence law."
I believe in a good system of hard
roads, but this question should be
studied thoroughly, and I believe
some plan can be devised that will
build these roads without saddling
any great or enormous debt on tho
I believe that the people should
know how each candidate for the leo-
islature stands on any important
S question likely to come before the leg-

perpetuated simply BECAUSE OF
ITS POWER. We can no more recon-
cile such submission to wrong than
we coudi submit to the insult of the
Sbully because of his brutal strength.
We predict now that the strikers
will lose out in this fight, not from
lack of strength, but from justice of
their cause.
Only the politician, whose humbug-
gery and hypocrisy equals that of the
average "labor leader." will be found
to stay with them. and he will be th,
FIRST TO RI'N when there is dan-
ger of having his own cowardly car-
cass perforated with bullets.


Wine, according to Horace, brings
to light the secret soul The Florid-
ian who attempted, single-handed, to
solve the Brooklyn bridge problem by
politeness was evidently a gentleman
of the first water, although he may
have been operating under the influ-
ence of the ninth highball, as is con-
According to the New York World.
the man from Jacksonville, whose
name is said to be Joseph C. Hurst,
spent a happy hour or so haranguing
the crowd in the densest part of the
"jam" upon the advantages of polite-
ness to women. Bowing, smiling.
threatening, cajoling, shoving, he got
the men out of the path of the women
and handed the latter into the cars.
His especial attention was bestowed
upon women who had their children
in tow. and elderly women not physi-
cally fit to fight and squirm their way
to the common carrier Some of the
women thanked him, some of them
smiled at his Quixotic services in be-
half of womankind, and others scowl-
ed. The men gave way good-natur-
edly. even when seized by the nape
of the neck or the seat of the panta-
loons and pitched aside. Finally an
old woman resented what she consid-
ered an impertinence when the Flor-
idian insisted that space should be
made for her upon the score that she
was probably someone's mother. At
her request Hurst was arrested by an
officer who performed the duty most
unwillingly. In court he declared that
although he had "oiled up a bit" be-
fore tackling the "bridge jam" he was
not drunk. He had come all the way
from Florida to set New York an ex-
ample in courtesy. The police lieu-
tenant at the desk admitted that the
prisoner did not look drunk, but could
not account otherwise for his having
tried to be polite in New York.-Cour-




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It= Friday's Daily: At the evening session at the court
71w pr "cipal event of the morn- house Thursday night, Dr. Hiram
f season was the election of offi- Bird of Jacksonville made a very de-
s which was preceded, however, lightful address on the subject of
0 "Mosquitoes and Parasites." His ad-
% the reports of several of the offi- dress was attractively delivered and
4M was illustrated with stereopticon
he secretary, Dr Fernandez, re- views.
ported quite an increase in the mem- Dr. Thomas C. Thompson of Jack-
bmship of the association during the sonville, formerly of this city, read a
Post year and four members have well prepared article on the "Ration-
dl d. al Treatment of Syphilis andl Rheu-
Dr Fernandez said he had a notice matism."
from the national association, who The evening session closed with a
were offering a prize for the best es- paper on the "Larvel Tapeworm in
my on tuberculosis, and he hoped Human Flesh," by Dr. H. Gates of
some of the members of the Florida Manatee.
Dsociation would compete for the At the morning meeting Friday sev-
rize eral other splendid papers were read
The following were the officers that notably those of Dr. H. C. Dozier of
were elected for the ensuing year: this city, on the "Report of a Case of
Dr. J. F. McKinstry, Jr., Gainesville. Hernato-Chyluria. Due to Filaria San-
president. guinis Hominis;" "Hemorrhagic Fe-
Dr. J. D. Love, Jacksonville, first ver." by Dr. J. D. Bennett of Crystal
vice president. River. Dr. Duncan of Atlanta, who
Dr. W. H. Powers. Ocala, second came down for the convention, read a
vice president. paper on "Germs and Diseases,"
I -- _-- .- . whir-.er ,oneliid1 the i-ir-o rarn

u r. tpee K, M anatee, ir ra vice press ". ".... "... .... .... .- p .
limt The association tendered a vote of
Dr. J. D. Fernandez. Jacksonville. thanks to the physicians of Ocala and
secretary and treasurer. to the citizens for their courtesies to
Dr. C. E. Terry, Jacksonville. librar- them during their stay in this city.
an I The visiting doctors have now all
Dr. J. Harris Pierpont of Pensacola returned to their homes, carrying
was elected delegate to the next meet-'with them a delightful impression of
ag of the American Medical Associa- our little city, and Ocala was delight-
e I ed to have had the pleasure of enter-
Pensacola was selected as the place training these distinguished visitors.
tor holding the next convention on REWARD $100
the first Wednesday in April next. 100 REWARD 100
At the morning session several fine The readers of this paper will be
papers were read. among them being pleased to learn that there is at least
that of Dr. Van Hood on his "Visit to one dreaded disease that science has
the Mayo Clinic at Rochester. N. Y." been able to cure in all its stages, and
"Tubercular Arthritis and Osteitis that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
of the Second Servical Vertebrae," by Iis the only positive cure now known
Dr. F. W. Wilcox of St. Petersburg. I to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be-
"The Leucocytes in Appendicitis," I ing a constitutional disease, requires
by Dr. Raymond C. Turck of Jackson- a constitutional treatment. Hall's
ville. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act-
After the adjournment. Mr. N. I. Ing directly upon the blood and mu-
Oottlieb took a photograph of the as-.cous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the dis-
onciation on the court house steps, eaase, and giving the patient strength
Excursion in the Afternoon by building up the constitution and
The afternoon was devoted to an assisting nature in doing Its work.
excursion to Silver Springs. A speJ The proprietors have so much faith in
da train was chartered, which left its curative powers that they offer
train waschartered, which left One Hundred Dollars for any case
the depot at 2 o'clock. On reaching that it fails t,) cure. Send for list of
the a*,tiu. the crowd boarded three testimonals.
oats, those of Captain W. H. Clark,! Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Captain P. T. Randall and the Camp Sold by all druggists, 5c.
bMnch. The Randall boat is a very Takt Hairs Family Pills for consti-
large one, and all three of the boats nation. 2.
were loaded, and the ride for several WHAT JAMES R. DAY SAYS
dies down this famously beautiful WHAT JAMES R DAY SAYS
and picturelsque run was most delight- M
ful. Mos of the visitors had never "My heart burns as I hear the rich
eMo s seeo the springs, and they, like brought into contempt. I believe in
Weryse who visits this beautiful labor unions. There is no one of us
evroewho visits this beautiful,
ream of water, were simply charm- here who has not worked with his
ed with its wonderful fcd wierd love- hands. I know the laboring man, and
he is the noblest man upon earth.
t and wer delighted to have ie~b ols ~nU~ at
Abeossand wore delighted to have But I wouldn't have the labor uninis
bad the opportunity of enjoying this s wo l haln or o
,say who shall or shall not work, or
__ post the unfair sign upon my univer-

i I*e~ttic at the Ocl sity. I believe in arbitration, but not
Uscapta at the Ocala House rioting mobs.
In the evening there was a recep- .
tio at the Ocala House incompli-! "I would not take the labor leader,
I as a labor leader, into church, save
--t to the visitors, at which the.
_.<.../,,, -, it was to lead a class meeting. I
wives of the Ocala physicians wereit was to lead a class meeting. I
s of t O think it would be a mischief-making,
the -dangerous concession. The door of
The large parlor of the hotel had o
bee attratvely decorated for this. every church should be open to every,
benattractively decorated for this I ,. ,
iman.BuwhtId say is that the
promitent event. Mrs. Walter Hood, man. But what I do sayis that the
W. V. Newsom and Mrs. E. P. organization should not be taken in
M W. V. Newsm ad M. E. P.; as an organization, or the representa-
Moody having had the decorations in the eps
I tive as the representative. just as I
charge, and having displayed charm- ,t a h r, j as I
g taste in the arrangements. would not take the Wall Street mag-
ttm,, i thearrngemnts nate into the church as a magnate or
Dr. W. H. Powers. president of the nate ito te church as a or
^. Poer, idetofh the head of a corporation as that head.

maFMlu county

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and Mrs. Powers were at the head of
the receiving line, and next to them
was Dr. D. M. Smith, the secretary,
with Mrs. Smith.
Dr. W. P. Lawrence of Tampa.
president of the state association.
stood with Mrs. W. V. Newsom while
Dr. Newsom acted as the master of
ceremonies. I
The other physicians and their'

These men should come, and do conie,
into the church as men, and no! a,'
anything else.
"Now. on the other hand, I wouldn't
abuse the rich. The rich are not to
be made an ostracised class. I "'el
sorry that they are. Jesus scored
some rich men. but he praised others.
the men who gave to Christian s(,,-
vice. I feel with the late Bishop Me-


Pensacola, Fla., April 17, 1908.
Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
The boys are "tickled to death" with
the girls of Pensacola. They are so
sweet and bewitching.
Most all of the boys have sweet-
hearts who chat with them during the
day while they are guarding the
tracks. It makes the time pass much
The people in Ocala must not feel
anxious about the boys. for we are
among the most hospitable people in
the world.
Tuesday we were on Government
street, Wednesday we were on Pala-
fox, Wright and Alcaniz, and Thurs-
day we were on Wright. Eighth aven-
utie and Jackson street.
We are all getting fat. The home
folks won't know us when we get
back. Chicken? Well, I guess, yes,
and ice cream, too; just anything nice
you can think of and a plenty of it.
We do not eat the "beans" and "hash"
the government gives us.
The Pensacola papers have given
several of the men in our company
some very nice notices.
The Y M. C. A. have thrown their
doors open to all the companies. They
have a fine building, and the shower
baths are something fine.
Most all the boys are broke, and ithe
"pan-handle"' act is very popular. The
writer is in the bunch.
It is reported today that we will
be here about thirty days longer, and
all the quartermasters are to be sent
back to get the whole outfits of thlb
If they keep us up here very long
there will be several "Mrs's." to come
back with the boys. Real estate men
and capitalists, make note of this and
build some fine residences, as there
are several millionaires in the bunch.
The little boys (union) get bold of
the guy wire and shake the trolleys
off, and the "scabs" have to get out
and put it on.
The reports of the trouble here are
greatly exaggerated.


There are only two kinds of people
in the world-the people who live in
the shadow and gloom and those who
live on the sunny side of the street.
These shadowed ones are sometimes
called pessimists; sometimes people
of melancholy temperament; some-
times they are called disagreeable
people, but, wherever they go, their
characteristic is this; their shadows
always travel before them. These
people never bear their own burdens,
but expose all their wounds to others.
They are all so busy looking down
for pitfalls and sharp stones and
thorns on which to step that they do
not even know that there are any
stars in the sky. These folks live on
the wrong side of the street. And yet
it's only twenty feet across to the
other sidewalk, where sunshine al-
ways liles.-Newell Dwight Hillis.

Like Sempronius', Hobson's voice
is still for war.


(In Memory of Col. L. J. Parr.)
In the hush of early morning
There sounded a bugle cry,
And the soldier, softly sleeping,
Was summoned to come on high.

Then silently went he forward,
As the captain gave command,
With his angel troops to guard
Safe into the promised land.

Our annual Spring Opening was the best and most satis-
factory in the history of this establishment, and the many
satisfied customers is a splendid indication that they are
also well pleased. However, a large number of our Pret-
tiest Pattern Hats are still here, and those who have not
yet been supplied will do well to call and let us show this
line. To describe these hats is not possible in this small
space, but we ask the ladies from out of town especially
to come in and inspect them.


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Where sound of war is nev' r heard,
And strife is for-ver past,
Where friend and 'e together rest
In brotherhood swveet at lasr.

Sheathe his sword, it is useless now,
Save for the memory it bears.
His suit of gray h,'ll need no more,
Since robes of right-oiis:oess hp

He served his country in the past,
And then with his failing breaths
He conquered in the last great fight
With the giant monster-dcath.

And here we count h'im hero
For hs faiThful service done,
And Heaven's artill-ry sound(ld loud
As his freedomn throw he- won.
Ocalh, Fla.. Apiil 17. 19in.


Ocala. Fla., Apiril 20,. I.!'" .
Mr. \V. T. Gary. Pro-s. Marion Cou(lty
Anti-Saloon League. Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir--Your letter of Airil l?12.
addressed to me and other candidates
for the legislature, asking: "If elected
a member of the next ligeslature, will
you advocate and vote for a resolu-
tion proposing a constitutional amend-
ment that will submit direct to the
people the question of state prohibi-
tion; or will you vote to refuse the
people of Florida the privilege of pass-
ing on this important question?" was
In answer to your question, I wish
to say that while I am not a candi-
date for that purpose alone or on any
one issue, should I be so successful
as to be elected, I shall advocate,
work and vote for a resolution submit-
ting direct to the people the question
of state prohibition.

"One Touch of Nature Makes the
Whole World Kin"
When a rooster finds a big fat worm
he calls all the hens in the farm yard
to come and share it A similar trait
of human nature is to be observed
when a man discovers something ex-
ceptionally good-he wants all his
friends and neighbors to share the
benefits of his discovery. This is the
touch of nature that makes the whole
world kin. This explains why people
who have been cured by Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy write letters to
the manufacturers for publication,
that others similarly ailing may also
use it and obtain relief. Behind every
one of these letters is a warm hearted
wish of the writer to be of use to
someone else. This remedy is for sale
by all druggists, m

rbytician endorse P. P. P. asa pim-
Sid combination. and prescribe It with
grmst satisfaction for the ures of all
f(,rms and itagces of Primary. Secondary
azd Tertiary Syphilis, Syphlttie BheUa-
xnati.sm. Scrofulous Ulcers and Norm,
Gi..ni "lar Sweiings. Rheumatism, Kid-
ney ,Compiants. old Chronic UlerM tbht


bare aisted all treatment. Catarrh.
Disease". Eczema. Chronic Female
Complaints, Mercuril Polo. Ttter.
scaldhbead. etc.. etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful toul and an
excellent appitizxer. building up the
*'stem rapidly. If you w we k and
feeble, and feel badly try P. P. P., and

you wl qa ls -

the =seat P P. F.

tomSZ0strUal jr-.gtA~.~a"
b~enteAd by the odel a

Blood cleaautg PvortU .
Prickly Ash. Pohe aOc j -a
314d by ail Drugsiwt&

Savannah, a


Ocala House







full Qts


at your



Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write fot
complete Price list.

Ocala House Wine Rooms.

McMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

and General Metal Workers.

Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
through the country a specialty. (Orders by mail or
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
folewing works - a . .




Put up 4

in Fancy


Express C

For 8



v 4


Ocala House Millinery Parlors









as."siIat lull.


u t Wv9 vWFr u VSL THE NEWI

We do aot for a moment belleva
that the mind of the editor of the Ban-
Wer Is cast in such a sordid and mer-
cenary mould that he cannot dissoci-
ate "reward" from "loaves and fishes."
and yet he has said so in effect in his
efforts to traduce the Journal.
He knows perfectly well that in it
last analysis the noblest and most un-
selfish act. must. in the very nature
of things and in the divine economy
of the Universe seek compensation or
reward--not in selfish gain or in
"loaves and fishes"-but in good in
some form accruing to others: and
he knows perfectly well that it waI
in that sense we used the phrase L,
criticises.-Pensacola Journal.
Has the Pensacola Journal forgot-
ten what was the subject under dis-
cussion? It was not a treatise on es-
tetics. It was not a discussion of
the nobility of the soul. The Ocala
Banner was making no effort to stuff
itself on rhetoric in order to scale
the empyrean heights of literature. It
was talking about a very plain and
ordinary subject, "The Hoodooism of
Modem Politics." It bad in its mind
those esteemed patriots who, whenev-
er an office is in sight, fill themselves
up with hot air and go up and down
the land. telling of "their great love
of the people." in order to appropriate
the emoluments flowing from said of-
It was then that this paper remark
ed that the true lover of the people
were those men who love them with-
out the hope of reward-whose love
is not inspired with the keen scent of
office. That is, those men whose love
in animated by something nobler than
It was In reply to this exalted idea
of the true lover of the people that
the Pensacola Journal "butted in"
ad said that no man since the cre-
ation of the world, with the lone ex-
ception of Christ, has loved his fellow
man except for the sake of reward.
It could have no other meaning than
sordid reward, because that was the
reward under discussion.
The Ocala Banner thought thn.
and still thinks, that the Pensaco!a
Journal meant tha, k:.nd of love tha:
is so manifest in those men who are
so hot after office and that it meant
the same reward that inspires thos-.'
men to their grea', activity in th-'i'
efforts to "hoodoo" the plain. triisTin.
and confiding people.
The Ocala Banner believed than. as

it believes now. that all men are not
sordid. That the d-sire of some men
to bring about better conditions is not
always contaminated by something
akin to the spirit of graft and office-
The Ocala Banner again repppts
what it said that those who love the
people best are not those who ever.,
two and four years shout loudest of
their love. and all the while are on
the hot trail for office and the r-
wards which follow the same.


Special to the Ocala Banner:
Athens. Ga.. Anril 22.-The thirty-
fourth annual conv-n'ion of the G.1or-
gia Sunida School Association is ii
6etsion here witl, anr attendance of
delegates repres-nting ev'ry nook and
comer of the statc. The visitors havo
found the arrangements for their re-



Special to the Ocala Banner:
Offer. a former star pitcher with
the Baltimore club. is to umpire ir
tho Ntw York s'ate league this sea-
Hugh Jennings. The Dezroit mana-
ger. says ho got his "wee-yah" cry
from hustling mule-, in a Scranton
mine to the yell of "wee-up."
The girls of Newcastle. Pa. ha-,
decided to boycott the 0. & P. base-
ball league club because the local
management announces that the gen-
tler sex are to be charged full admis-
Cy Young and Lou Criger. the veter-
an battery of the Boston Americans.
made a swell start and appear to be
in fine shape for the season's race.
Big Chief Stallings, owner of the
Newark team in the Eastern league.
has been connected with fourteen
championship ball clubs Newark
fans declare this is a sure hunch.
In the opening game at Boston. Jimn
Delehanty of the Washington team
won a case of wine by hitting for a
homer over the left field fence.
The new Colorado baseball team is
to be made up of Denver (two teams,
Tr.nidad and Colorado Springs. The
vet ran manager, Frank Selee. will
own one of the Denver teams.
Billy Lush has decided to join the
Nashville team in the Southern Lea-
gue. Lush hoped that a deal could
be fixed up whereby he could play in
New Haven, but Nashville said there
was nothing doing.
A Washington player is credited
with saying that it is easier to hold
down a job in the American than in
the National league. Perhaps this is
the trouble w:*h the Washington
team, the players thinking it is a
cinch job.

Road the new plankl in i.igat's plal-
for :n.


The reorganization of the Tampa-
Havana Lumber company is the most
important and most gratifying inci-
dent connected with the recent finan-
.ial depression in this city. It shows
conclusively that the resources of this.
section remain unimpariei and that
men with, money have confidence in
their ability to handle them profitably.
There is no question about thoir
success. The lumber andti naval stores
possibilities in the situation are sure-
ly ample to bring them the money, un-
der good management, as fast as it is
needed. The action of the creditors
in yielding the necessary extensions
shows not only their liberal spirit
but th,-ir confidence in the outcome.
Resumption of operations in full by
this large concern is an assurance of
work and business to hundreds of
men. Tampa is all right in every
particular-Tampa Time;.

Have your painter use L. & M.
PURE PAINT, because L. & M. guar-
antee L. & M. PAINT. and thus guar-
antee your painter's work: it's double
insurance. 4 gallons L. & M. Paint
and 3 gallons linseed oil make 7 gal-
lons paint, at cost of $1.20 per gallon.
Mclver & MacKay, Ocala. L. & M.
Paint Agents. 2b

Refrring to an article roceutly p;\r-
lished in this pa:,eo to the eff-ct thae
the h.'irs of Gen. Israel Putnam. :t'
revolitloniao*y famie have $2,6.,101,.)1 i,
awaiting them in the bank of England

eetion and entertainment to be of Putnam. of thi
the most perfect and elaborate char-E M. Putnam of this
ter. E. A. Cox of Louisville was leaisned thatof thewo mors, we havof Gen.
the hie spake attheopeing just learned that two more of Gen.
8 chief speaker at the opening sts Putnam's lineal descendants are living
strU held in the First Methodist in Punta Gorda. They are Mrs. Chas.
ch wreh this afternoon, and I/ n G;. ^ ^ ^ y ^ p p ^^
t. Davis anl Mrs Geo. P. Davis. We
Bro[ahlon. the noted Atlanta divine,. G ha Ptam will
h~ope that They and 'Mr. Ptintain will
isf to he heard at the evning ses-.ion.Icome into a large share of that for-
The convention proceedings are to tane-Punta Gorda Herald
continue throe days. during which
time all phases of Sunday school work The alarm of those papers which
will be discussed and addresses wi!l oppose Mr. Bryan over the prospect-
te delivered by many prominnt ex- exclusively visible to them-that he is
Pertu. iur, to lose New York, is positivelv
heart-rending--Tampa Times.
flIML T eB&o m frii^Arrilu CNrf FER- n__ i-,. U- _.i. _


A mob of twenty-five men attacked
a street car in Pensacola on Tuesda"
afternoon. The conductor, Mr. A.
Hoffman. of Brooklyn. was perhaps
mortally wounded. and the car was
riddled wtLh bullets.
The federal courts have been ask-
ed to take a hand, in the strike. The
electric railway company is a Mai:i,
corporation doing business in Flor-
ida. which gives the federal court Ju-
risdiction. The cars. barns and other
property of the company are heavily
A good deal of uneasiness is felt in
Pensacola, but it is believed that the
local authorities can cope with the
All good citizens deplore the trot-
bles that have fallen upon the city.


Fairfield-May 1. picnic.
Cotton Plant-May 2.
Dunnellon-May 4. at night.
Sparr-May 6. picnic.
Mclntosh-May 7.
Flemington-May S. picnic.
Pedro-May 11.
Belieview-May 11. at night.
Candler-May 12.
Moss Bluff-May 1%.
Lynne-May 14, picnic.
Pine-May 15. picnic.
Ocala-May 1S. at night.


City of Ocala.
Mayor-G. A. Nash.
Clerk-Henry Sistrunk
Tax Collector-John M. Graham.
Treasurer- William T. Gary.
Marshal-W. C. Bull.
Council-At large, L. W. Duval;
First Ward, A. G. Gates and J. D.
tcbertson; Second Ward, Charles
Rheinauer and J. M. Meffert; Third
Ward, D. E. Mclver and E. T. Helven-
ston; Fourth Ward, G. A. Carmichael
and H. C. Jones.
Council meets on the first and third
uesday evenings of each month.
Trustees, Ocala Sub-School District
-W. T. Gary, Janes R. Chace and B.

A XWeaLliers.
',Xiief of Fire

Department-H. S.

Superintendent of Streets- U. G.
Jonc .
Superinten-ieu. Electric Light Plant
-EId Bennett.
Ocala Board of Trade-T. T. Mua-
roe, President; C. L. Bittinger, Sec-
Ocala Rifles-Geo. A. Nash, Cap-
tain; John M. Graham, First Lieuten-
ant; Joseph H. Bell, Second Lieuten-
ant. Weekly drills every Thursday
night. Business meetings first Thurs-
day night of each month.

County Officers.
Clerk Circuit Court Simeon T.
Sistrunk, Ocala.
Sheriff-Henry Gordon, Ocala.
Tax Collector-E. L. Carney. Ocala.
Tax Assessor-Alfred Ayer, Mcln-
osh and Ocala.
Treasurer-T. E. Pasteur, Ocala.
Julge of Probate-Joseph H. Bell.
Surveyor Alexander Moorhead,
Supervisor of Registration-J. L.
Beck, Flemington, Fla.
Commissioners John L. Edwards,
Chairman, Ocala; Samuel R. Pyles,
Ocala; Nathaniel A. Fort, Lynne;
Charles M. Turner, Anthony- James
M. Mathews. Flemington.

Board meets first Tuesday it every
School Board- Superintendent and
Secretary, W. D. Camrn; Members,
saac Stevens, Ocala; Chairman; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Graham,
Ft. McCoy.
Senator D. H. Baker Orange
Representatives-Ed. L. Wartman.
Citra: George G. Mathews. Ocala.

State Officers.
Governor-Napoleon B. Broward,
Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw-

ord, Tallahassee.
f~r __ 1- % 1%, 'L -^**A.J rrftI ov. Ao- .


Special Cor. Oca:a Baaner:
Rev. and Mrs. McKinley andi daugh-
ter of Candle. visited Mr. V. P. Kel-
sey and family for a few days last
Quite a nunmi.er of Stant ;n's younj
people atlennlo1 tihe *t h ", t at .,:r.a.
Bishop's, at S :'i li I.k-'.
Miss Thelma rii;. i h '.'
a visit to her '..-itn.ipir .n:. -,r. :n'i I
Mrs. A. J. IA', ngo,)il.
We are ver.: .sor'v to learn ;hart
the express s<'rvlc, has ')en ,li-con-
tinued here, a- it mnak,-s it vry- in-
convenient to the people of Stanton.
Mr. Ernest Lytle is furnishing Mr.
Moses of Ocala with oranges andi they
are fine ones, [oO.
Mr. A. J. Leig-nvood ha;. retuirnel
home after a seeiai diy-.' bus lies
visit to uicala and (Crystai River.
Those who attended the party at
Wgirsdale Wednesday ni-ht, giv-on1
by Miss ILottie Black. wro Mr. and
Mrs. V. P. Kelsey and daughter. Mi.'s
Pearl. Miss Dps.-ie L.,avengooi. Mr.
Ernest I.Ytle. Mr. Tom Kelse. and
Mr. Chiester T 'nnii-. All report a
good time.
Miss Tillie Pasteur has returne,i to
Stanton after a tt-n days' vi.-it to rel-
atives in Ocala
Miss Pearl Kelsey went to Candiler
Thursday to viz-it Miss McKinley for
a few days.
Miss Juanita Lytle went to Ocala
with her sisters and brothers to stay
a week.
Mr. Tennie is quite sick.
Mr. Allen Cameron gave another
one of his delightful fish frys last
Saturday, but redbugs! Don't say a


It ts a Treacherous Reality Accordinm
to These Experiments.
We come to the ,langer of the mInls
tache in the ki.ss, as recently demo:,-
strated by scientific exp)eriment4s df tl0.'
highest order. f,!. ibwedl l'y (. l-i: ,siv.
results. Of ti,.-e t ite n',t iiloor'tar
have le-'u ix..'l'l 1' :F tote.l i-':';.,
prt)if'sO:., 'S ;'. h, ,,' i:.it'. Wt Al,! l::.'
ti'->,: i' t!atillg ",, i own' ,,W 1h,lb' ir'wil,
,-li!'i'i 't'c< '"*.': i > the "y" havo\' o \\ I

1 ) i I ; l.: a1 i .

N% a :': A!- ::1' 1,' ,xpec' t wo IcV e, l'
]' ; -, .. W, .' [,'."t, '* *< .! t '

lu-st i 'X :" !a' :l .> t'', kiii'l iii tith', hi.
t'.;':y 0 't h( r" '.-lt'. : )*hi ','et h< 'e~i o ilo e ,

kisi:,, i \\ 'W eli. O .w ha'd)t' ;,, r h \n~l cer :ta ii. I ,y t :-., ,e :or 711ti,'l. Tic ire;
aratitons.t hat .! ,'r i l l. u l -t; i e il I, tpoi-
We Ii's or" of !ko ; i, hel, the sh;t'y e:
yon,; matn a;p;,: ed1 l!I. lips to hers ii,
the r1s tx',r1r; 1:'ai :,'". -rhe [l'rore..;O:
l.'i I lI-t"l :i s', ,'riliz -l rh sh l over t h.
youtin, lady'sT i i. 41ip ippel it into :il
youui; ldy'^ l:^-*. ;liie; t ino :
test ltl!o ( of agar-agar auil iv;ickly sealed thl

The girl's lipi., and face eveu. havin.:
been thoroughly st 'lilizo, e a second
time. the be.'in-dl uian followed the
example orf t;-; .S'ivolE ('O): pan:lon. and
the sterilized tn'.ih and the test tulbe
were ;:g'iii c-iil:', into) la'" i:i the same
m:mnn.-?". Dur.:; ''acl h o)f the operations
th' yoi'lt g q )o:n:':i hold hir'- breath it)
order that uno :a'-c(I'hnt:il i might the
drawn upon tar lips froin the atimos
After four d ed. The firs :C'.,n 1"rout tit, s:i; i''en
mtan. was Sp *7.. ,l v.ith dots, (e(1'.h o"
which was ;a ,o:ou:., of y'a:st gert.s,
such as cause nmold. but are practically
harmless. The secon'l. from the inmus-
tached man, literaliv swarmed with
malignant mi. .,',oes. The Iong, thin tu-
bercle bacillus- was the first found., fol-
lowed by diphtheria and putrefactive
germs, minute bits of foo)(. a hair
from a spider's le- and goo'ln'ss
knows ,vht ai'. so g,'oat a variety in
any cast 'hit tl;.i.' h::-dl '?i,. ha:'di
hood to reve:.! te r-': t:!t of tli, expert
iment to) tlCO .o: '. ;:;(,.\. ;,,:';. L1 1:
vey in Nor :t .\,, .*i,.;n lte','iev

L~IP '~. yN

They Were C'I;t- C--'."-' !n the Se\


te2C 1 25 CE1TS APA:wAI


A moth destroyer and disinfectant
Placed under carpets, or In the fnld
of furs and clothing. It drives away
moth and worry. Twelve sheet Ina a
packet, carriage prepaid, 10 eents;
six packets, SO0 cents, If druggist dos
not have It.
MarliYn Powder Works, Selection M
Clarkavillo. Iowa.


The One Beverage That Is the Same
Yesterday, Today and Forever.
Water is thie king of beverages. It Is
the bev.'rag,, to which a.l turu when
they would tcure tlt,:nsolv,,; of the In-
Jrjous habit of ,onusnun.ing other bey-
erages. But water that I.: not pure
may be trore harmfnl than the moqt
harmful of other drinksk.
Water Is the basis of all other bever-
ages. All beverages of man's manu-
facture are water that has been adul-
terated by admixtures and cheinh'al
Pure water Is the one beverage
which has stood the test o f !rrlen'o nr!'
'ome down to uq unscithed through ,
continuous une for county l s ages. IV
Is nature's chlfest blessiug to mant
Other beverages undergo miny chanul'
with time. Each age brings them fort.,
in new styles, new methols of mania:
fa ue. new pr(west.,, ,of ,b,,nml,"
trAtment. aging nil k'e,-ing. Foo'
,-hin-e with each su-cceedve goner'
tlon. We eat d(ltTrent kinds of ft"e'
front time to tin. E'ih gpnerati'
i.r-narPs thmni 'lfTrntl.. Their, a .
different m[-t!' ,Is of ,'omnpo'io'ili
til : .,. ('i;Tcrp',t :n' ;i'),.! of ,', .'*'
tl,. Pi, Plre w:t't-r -:b' :saili v .'.
day, tod: iy a.nd fo'"-.'r. NVb'ht to 1"T

Sc--t -;rd.
Pr'')r to ths, v~'- r "xh h'w tinew

w'ho int hihi ted th'- r 'teirn port'' v'-
the -'umitry now ~ l)VIas :&!~:

I't-'r-Aly t'a hil!y: .''::Vri .of the Ci-
or Gpos Tho w~on! c ieI. or xgo. '!.4
eouti-iInn of ';h .-z~luf-Ing !n th
nat! ye t-'.z'i" :i '-tV I'"nro 'er.'* whlv
Scot. t1eriv-ij fro:ii thi- natIvp w*u~te
mpneqn praoetia"!ll-. vhi :LflIthing 1. p
a waintlertr. Thkb $ 'l-, 'onians wteret,
Inha~t.ints. of the highlands. the te:-
mt~natin 'lun n~e-Ksm,-og the C.Pltie fo-
W1l, tort, stronghold. The Svot-i w+-r
the IiivaiierR froin 'tcotla. who appro
priated the IL'brid~cs and weTprn 1-
har is, '.vhrpaq Ili# lowlander,% w-,r-
the PIrts, so 'a lied trom thptr dn-rlrlf
tion by the Rmn'Lns. picti. paint~tI mpi
-'Nmesand Their Meaning."

Nero and His Voice.
In an interesting piper M. Me'n-'
and M. Bouye- relate th," extr. -rd-i-.:
care which the Emperor Nero ?"ok
his voice. At night Nero lay on h
back. with a thin plate of lead ,, 1,
stomach. lie abstained from fri'.
and all dishes whi.'h 'dould hurt 1'
voice. In ord,,r not to) (taI anwi t'
puritv o0 it4 I')tiond 1P ( gui)g the sl'.i 1rs ; tnl t,'e senate. I
attached to his :".,i,'- an oi'',r s
ciall deputel to tae,, ,''re of hi roi
ITe talked on!vy In the pr'e,''-:ce ,f *,I
sinigular official. '.v -iho vmirt'.-l li:n ,vh
hlie sTuI:e too iln ]lly o,. f ,rced !.;% vl).
and if the empe-orr, <"rri,.d awa v I-
somte sudhden tIr o pa-si,,. dhl O.-,t I!
ten to his ront.i,:tran'-e,,I It wnis h:i
duty to stop '!,is mouth with a natpk-l'i
-Modern Medi,'ine.

8 .. .r.-:r a.
'"Bananmis." -a ; : .i :'i .,rlty. "are
by millions of ,,.'pl- eaten green or
ripe, raw or ,ook d, are served in all
ways in which app!,. grains and po-
tatoes are used and are pa IPtable,
healthful and nutritious in every way
In which they are prepared. They
n IA Ppl lpto* h-rrd .1 n iama arti Maei


Pursuant to resolution adopt 4e
the democratic executive commaltts
of Marion county. Fla.. Marrb 1906.
authorizing chairman and secretary
of said c.,mmitef, to make official
call for prinmar, a WHITE democrat-
ic primary el*<'io)n. to b-* htd accord+
Ing 'o The electiom laws of Florida. is
hereby called. to be hel.i ion Tuesdaty.
May lp. 19,'s. tuirtni he* ho'ir,1 fixed
by law for tth lo ldintg of election,
"nd a. Lht legal polling iaces, tfor' the
purpose of nominating all democrats
candidates for county officetas; Proeld-
ed, that a second primary bshall b
held on Tuesday. June 1,. O1906. to
choose between the highest cadi-
dates, where nominations have at
been made by a majority vote Ia tn
first primary.
Each elector in Marion county, qual-
ified to vote in said primary electim
shall have the right to vote for:
Two candidates for members of th
()ne candidate for county judge
One candidate for sheriff.
One candidate for clerk of circuit
One candidate for tax assesor.
One candidate for tax collector.
One candidate for superintendent of
countyi public instruction.
One candidate for county surveyor.
One candidate for county treasurer
One candidate for supervisor of reg-
One meniebr of state exicuTi 'e con-
Seven ninit.ers of statr .senatorial
executive committee.
Each elc'tor. in ,-a district, shall have the right to vote
for one candidate for county commis-
sioner. Each elector in each school
board district shall have the right to
vote for one candidate for member of
county school board. Each elctor In
each precinct shall have the right to
vote for a candidate for Justice of tbo
peace where term expires; also Oe
candidate for constable where term
expires; also for a member of the
county extecutlv* committee for his
The county primary election, here-
by called, will he held on same day
as state primary, and in accordane
with the rules adopted by the stato
democratic executive committee, and
each elector shall have the right to
vote for such candidates for state of
flees, delegates, etc.. as ar,- enumer-
ated in call h% th, satei comimiltree., of
(late February I'1. 191ls
The co'nt l.-nitwo-ratic exec'u,!v-'
'olniflitt'1 i, h.r.tyv call, o to n')bet at
th,, (-)o'.nrv sie on S:, irdlav. May 2v ;
l91N., h can na..-. Th.o r,ti 4 oWf i t si"
,'l,'cti,t of :May 1'. 4,1
M1.fOHN %I <; {R 1\M
('fr D-), Ei Fx %'Ir v C M : ,t F i.
.\* "-* It 1 t* \l.\
.j. r0f'. i-S.


N *' ,.. i* ;.- 'r .... .i. *It "l-.,i ,Inn tl* -
and y \l ,ir iie *f ia rainn fl al *,ocrw
entr ',i \ ,., ?' ,4.i-',, ,f ',it ('iretit
(Woirt :or ",," F'i th tiil.r.nl t'rrutt 3f
Fhor.la in tn, *fr i M!r:.>n t,-<'n'v. i(
chancrv. otn hi.. -I4h -lay of Marrb
A. I) 1., in a cr'a'n a'i-e *h--rP;m
p-nding. wh,*"-,.ii PA-lirn: flr Savitng
Bank, a rorpor..'',,n ,ot,,r the laws
of the ant. antql Mrs .E H Hrowk'nt'on. do-
foenlant. the tinler4icne-.l, Slv'al ma*-
ter in chanrerv. a p;wvn*T',i oi) *x--ute
satid final! ,I,"'r",. -.ll ,n
Monday, the 4th diy of May. A. D.
during the legal hour of salos, at tU*
south door of the court house. I
Ocala. Marion county. Florida. at p&-
lic outcry. offer and sell to the hlib-
eat and beat bidder for cash the fol-
lowing described property to-wit
Lot thirteen of Hyde Park. or th*
southwest quarter of the mithwst
quarter of the southwot quarter t
section twenty-one,, township fifteeom.
south, range twenry-two. eapt. Mark
county. Florida: or .)o much thberof
as may be necessary to natifyv the*
said final lecrep and all cost of suit
Special M;i'er in ('Chancery
('Complainant's Solicltnr' 4.1w


In the Circuit Court of ?be Fifth Judt-
cial Circuit of Florida in and for
Marion County- In Chancery.
Benjamin S Gattis. Complainast. vs
Alice R. Gattis. Defendant.--Ori r
for Constructive Servlce.
It is ordered that the dofefmdat
herein name'. to-wit: Alice o R. GattL
be and she is hereby required to W
pear to the bill of complaint fled Ia
this ca'ise o01. or hof,)r- Monday. tb
4th day of Ma;. 19. 1
StIs. further orlerel that a copy o




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OTafo .f Fwrda G w wes Adot-
W e1fr"il Orane Boxes TWTT WTTTTTTm^TTtWTr
TU New York Packer says that ad _
9kne from Florida are that there is a
tg RoAtion and much discussion
MA large and small orange pack- -
era. operators. shippers and growers W
hvortag a change from the present
tyle of package to that used by the &-o
allfornia people. Consluerable cor-
I~odeuce on the subject is b-in.-dt
srrld en with the re-eivers and lig so.
bbersd on ths and other mark",- pb
asking for an x.nr''ssion of ollinio'.
l trding thea cof thnit plat "n tchanze "- 4"l--
wIFch will ha%-e to 1w ,dc(led d-firt --
at an early dat,. "tecaue- thee n:'MO m-
will begmn cut ijg stock prataT s. 11
Thursday the Packlfr man q iest!on-o l
ed the heads of th, leading orange re- d-
cteving conceirns htre on theo slIjf" C -"
gd found that a majority or narnlevI. d 0s Ip
all of thenp art oi,eo-,a to a chaneic Ao

thet onalr accntenfl tha etrm' j ^^^ 10^ esa^ e^^ roce^*^^^ ^rs
teom the pr-sent style of pack. So nme
ofthe detaler.- conte-nd that it wou'AI, doom-.
ftke five years to bring about a com-1 ,
plete change in the package. Anoth-e a mm--
er saes that the Flirida orang-.,e does 410A-
Dot s. %itip as well as the Pacific *I

comrc crop tat il1 lii~ll y IOS ^- A. shjd 0 A L A F L A. 1^
coast orange Anothe.r dealer says d ot
that (in account (of the extrenlel'
Ir*crpthat will lik#-lv I,+v shippeod 00"
the coming seas(,n the preo sentpack-
age it the most desirablln. The Cali- ha .th
Sfornia lox., being -o much smaller. e
will inrerat rth. numwb,-r of boxes to olong
bw dtiSKptd (if. A1.
The head of the concern stayed tha: 1-
Vmany toptle here and in Florida bo- Tgn
here the-fight for a blanket railroad se on we
rate. which is up ifore the interstate. The spring season is now opening up
Commerce commission will tie lost 00-
n. acunte of the contentionmadeyfreshen up his stock with new an season o s c
the railroa.is regarding the size of the p--
Florida boxes The southern rail- dpw. 0
raMsareinsistingthatuthey are haul- securing for our trade the very best sellers we have this
FtFloria fruit as cheap as t0,P Tt'
transcontinental lines, figuring the oac 0
asize of package andweightof fruit. especially carefulin selecting our lines. Among our late
is. however is not so. The trade
here is unanimously in favor of a low-,, --ho
re- would call your attention to the following:
t"he board of trade has taken up Ca fornia Pr n,
the matter of a top dressing for our a
str-ts with commendable zeal. and. St nn
with the aid of public spirited citi- S
seas. who have signified their inten-Swan ey
tkm to ^ar for material for an exper- a..-Ca se & anbo n' Tand PEW"
iment. and with the aid of the city S .S.. S
council, it is probable that that por- ~C a e & S n o ns T a n o f e
tier of Twelfth streetwill soon be --os pT ely & C 'ea
corere! with an accepted wash or .
will mitigate the glare of the white al'-"0
.rets 60--Pound Tubs Salt Mackerel,
The present condition is one of act-
um~l onmey loss and is also a menace Browns Borax Soap
If the two evils of glare and dust ,
: tin any great degree be reformed, olr' an-
Maiwill becme a much better ~
gbeIn which to live; there will be

im discomfort on the streets; lesso- A
s t merchants on their stocks; aoyn Andrew Jergens & Co s, Pumis Soap,
tw aImmoyamem to housewives; less NO-
dager to the throats and lungs of
resets. as well as visitors. Rich and Waxy Tobacco and
After the experiment on Twelfth .
reet, Inaugurated by public spirited -
,m,-, o., _Ogburn, Hill & Co's, Natural L
citizens baa demonstrated its worth, gburn, H IM &S
tps should be taken at once to ex-
Umd the system of dressing to every -
street in the city on which there is -
m paved street.
When again our visitors come to us u S A
we ought to belIn a position to show Wret
them clean, dustless and glareless
reets to their comfort and our We are Prepared to Give uick S
pride.-Miami News-Record.
To the Editor Ocala anner:These Goods and Solicit your Patronage
The citizens on the east side of the 40
Oklawaha river will give a grand bar-
becue. basket dinner and political ral- -
ly at Lynne, on Thursday. the 14th
day of May. 190S.
The voters of Grahamville. Moss %.-
Bluff. Unadale and Salt Springs prs--- e n t m o a t ra
etncts are expected to be here to meet W-hen in the market for anvthin that erta s




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