The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 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).
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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
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System ID: UF00048734:00481
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Local and Personal

Mr. G. W. EaTt-rling of lr\inc si,, r,
i Sunday in Ocala.

Hon. A. C. roomom. sta,- c(:!,ttrol. -.
was in Ocala Tiws-tay. Ht-b \a\it a --
s.nger on thte lla'I- I A C. .L.

We art sorry to It-arn thai Mr Al
;ert AnsonG (raham i i on the ,- :c.
Mrs. Ed (Carnic'ha.l has :<.>nt' ,
Gr,'en Spiingz. -. \vh r, r-ht-- w:ll .,I, n.;
a week.
Mr. .. iI. ^ aij.iiaie!in i.- ^.-- n.iing ills
^"-,-k n >l.;!z a'li r, fiir,''/i'l.nln aI I'. ,
ln, :is.

Miss N. K. Smith. a irainiid itur.-
(if this city vi w)t down to 'lanit C'iw,
S Monday 1to ii'r--,' a ipatint.
Dr. McIlntosh of Nwbtwrry. S. (C..
who has tecn spending several ,iay-
in Ocala. is now in South Florida oin
'Mr. L. M. Graham ot Connor sp-,nT
Monday in Ocala. having come in es-
pecially to see his daughter. Mrs. Vill
Carlton, who continues quite ill.

In a .it~~,w-r to a rrliu in i is M
OTSPRNGS If-itv Xi.~l- '~ ~.3 x-d. a, th.- Lon-., lm -nd Mrz.A. Lilt.
**W~t' are o 1I'z tooe !iing ii j,-to',r.- C. Braitiford ilint4i,1 ; OFOC
C) la ole '-a ro,~f narrag'Mr C~il hi~s :!11 ~I~Stands for the building up of thsscin1. eaadi'
_________________________ 'da v~ ~.*j ~ iii ~* ~ h, h.-~~ astiL-i ~n patrons in particular; for real serientoet d''t ef
1111 1TA fEJA J 1Cijal (R-1 1'a Ilfi I o l' f Pi 1.11010 I! 1,,;eIiS ld h
1.4 l' \ \ wI~IS.!flI~l.- !t~ ~ o~ ~.i-r~o-? ~.u~!IShness; for help in times of legitmt ed
lo -'I ielj 1)-jLTai*.*, .:llv!'i-:fiP1z t2'No'! 'eP', Small depositors and smallI broir ecmd
s l '.- ~ ~ :t aNw. I,() 1A ~ ~'i.,1 1. r !.'~ j it ~ it h*-r'it v
T~.2L CoaMr.j) The Munroe & C a bisB n
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~;'sv ,h aw o s )4m1. ~ 'd 'I(Itl iit'Rf-'v .1. T. 1 Ij.
sospring ~t&ale"I3I;':ghI'A'r t" j I'- j i i':. iiTof'."I t j oI1.r"ie. 'Ih0xIrvFor Supervisor of Registration 14 ~i~ 'ik (fr. .I\.rip'a
sae.sowl a obe
b7S bW ngldm b *paw*d i he (tors- T [lif- !olloerillicVolter.. of .MarLoVA

I~r.ointheUfi.* thea. h.rai nor.
E 40 **i : a N, %v. tt ix ;iPI: ti, 11,ell.,1,,'..'d' tvtilien, l nw in Dl rintillon.- To h c ia c('UT' L4I for Ilwr\-sot
I 9-(M 10 w I n I H. i'on New vEnte~rprise. ofrvgistrati(mf, and have decidef-ilto lllthi~ti~ t' t~I1t. eal
~. r :'ltl IT1. r Beli 'h-t brjde tand groom haveiil(rt -me,
l : i:ti fi -ds in Marion (otillty nV
wishisngnwn ofi

Ittrdemlocrat are prohlnily 'known It Iihtntallri11ig
Mr. Ii. 13. Illa-khiprn ha5 1!'l'.vi'd ;iA '.K'L \ !~MS ANT OGAUT lO i al
the i tv to ake a ositio ~ .1 ~irV .' "er. H;., (j~t. ________I wish to emphasized, the fact that if M .( ~.'l~~>.s~~v
R- ITZ 1 1111 40111 J i.-1-. Ltla lBurietat. thf. elallghtfr o f y i ll ~tUCI id to this office, t h u~lisi grta Ia ii I.a. n! M .
Sjsr~i i ies ..'i.-!X-h 't aitniMrs. It. Ii. Bitrnett of this' n14',; wi II lie, attoon~i~el to by myself, ilAlp ii ~ he~ Pl hr, g
i Y. 'Ai 't 0I1C T al O T i
Spentit 'I- 'av:\Iatd.((,;i. i I> the &)IdtSt fe ill""' inislidiuial. joarty )- (Pr Ll(tii). 1b1 i th ad f'.i. '. a!'ri'tI

A .3WA L B~ "~~ PA TY It ('t~flplt'WI her litel'lrv curse. i~e ltortha S;Iari'. of Iltlw am! t :so:- -- -
P'rof. Jo.-,tljhb 1-1. W ilt'\- .I" F ltra y coi-s .1.
Ac-ti'cnj" has lit.,% iiuvilt.- i n hl\2 hehs en co'ha'.enfroamn ;ng nsix Th t t~eS ~lPP'dl~'to) 4'Vtl'Iv it- M.;H'iS cttha *' i

fijlsi vial s'hi] '11Et:Iea:I I :...... *KnI' 2 l hnolr ilidee-1d. AfTer er 11m- heriHLhts 4)1'all. LlH-l''~'p! ((~.w ~
andi has xJ';.ptod !h,-pri. ITIN: '.oai'dan *n v- jiol Miss Bartlett xilI (Ife-4) +E. it.II tf ti oii~ a- e~i~~i'I hm i~ tiI i' iilin
it l,.:' ~ ~ J.M. 101 ;Ie l To he wiljhi l ]dt''l R, Re. J1 Tikind to init.'in times pa),st, aln i 1'l il wl ~ ~wt r
M*r. C. L. M'~'i> ~ 'e o N ;; I ilk* 1. ~ r jdclv-Is~'S\t'T'' tilM' iBantt hiiIirett 'J1're'iate. It elcet-d tp'~ isl hi~ en.r r S f
iiz oI ',' illI I (do what is rikthIt to all con- '2 ihl'l il lxt' Aiti tt'iiIh3
Y r .1 il.fk.-'It 1ip1its'ylle hi)L t ii' 'O li, 4' if th-

''4 14-,i(.'1,.-'411''-"n 1"\:!. i .M R. D. W T O M PK IN S B U Y S T H E ls H. I. uin ft a Mr. JaI

for some int'o. .1 h110 et 4,is 'I.'1 4la.'1 in !11 *'~' anditi he'impr -ndive entz h- n iadl 'g Fi.iv t'r III t i. e.
:!r11a i hlii-Z l' N1Mrs. F-. I.. Wat-- 'n !n I (-l i. '~) lihe kiter iii('r4-as-t'd Iis Ja5'
:~; r. eP' ~e125 dii! I~ hi] :~ '-~. a I. r Li 11i-.ons inl h. 'fotinuth w~an],l 1itiyi rthe A scortaini ug-that 'Mr. Walter PRay attem''tiigo th'Wt'na sIef)
Peit-- irtlaking the r hc une in 'his i c rrth.g ea ilh-1 a ile'n wood 1H4ttCI. Ih1+- dwe o-l-iirig Iknow as dbotilt te) 111urchase th-e Standl M114-tiitV f the i th w -

nlext to) itheonoWe' occuied !I\ Mrs. Failnt ie- stl pt abehihh iwoeper.MsBih ilbEtegie fria
ni1. -m-- h'' x'O oHame a beau tifu ilit Ic Mavlay k ( M ', i~I)H iICC. l).eW. '('tlI T ly ut a hi sown counisels-
still to re-jAie. : S !I(W E~i\,i:iz the (;lenwepilo a thorn 1( et(~~' yaeda. ucae
itt fling. ---- TI ho Marion IFarnis 'Sta bles. The saleh- s lac!SriI'~Asi etn

-I- re -i ( i i llmie Tro a snori Nci sit-vvvn-- \l., i u ,1 l . .. .. ..-- - -. . .. -A -1..
Mrs. W. H. Richardson. who ha- relatives in Illinois. They had expl'- 1,n1.
been the guest of her daughter. Mrs. ed to make their home in that sat. OLD WAV
L. F. Blalock for the past six monthU Ibut did not like the climat-, so de.vi,,- TH ____
left Sunday for her home in Atlanta. ed to return to Ocala, and w1l live'
S| TL'.lr.-dav nlight andl, Vrrrlpv was a
here as in thl past. T"' v night11riy ws
Prof. J. H. Brinson was in Ocala er as in 'al wint w.-a;h-r. AI
t ::',,':nh III.' ni,'r! il.'l'nl u-j 'l flfidill
Monday. having come up from Winte; Mrs. Samniel A. Ra];- an;,, childlr-. h h-
Park to spend several lays in this sec- of Jacksonvilhe. are ,he gu"-stS (if th.' a s therc wNva a h',avv snow and it
tion in the interest of his candidacy 1 forn:* rs jar-nts. Mr. anit Mrs. F. feared that Oeri<'iu da..a, hi:.
L for county school sup.-rintendent. Malony v at th. Ocala Ioa.st MI' 1,--'i ldoie to ) i :., Ir,lit crop. Rei,(o:i,
.Rawls nm a .- riende- lie'r- ar- lelig. ht- \..' l -t- i l ri ij t' ii So(l:th tGe'or.i z
The Times-U-nion of Sunday printed to k ta shO h itilir,,l rtc(,-; and iii is ps'i'*,ly, assert A, that ill
a picture of the Ocala Confederate ed from her recent stlerious .,llies., v,-'tal., anl. '->nt'ilouipe cr(ops ;as" -'
monument and a picture of our ne I -- ikht cold -1 ii' -nharnij'd, bi t ( rth r
court house appeared in yesterday's I Mrs. Frank 1.. Watson. whoI h-: amid niore a. ncurate r'eports may t,-l1
paper. I been t-njoying a Iortniight's visit illn I (':iff<'r'ni slo(ry. Th, crops in th;s
m t k (0 c w .sT u n nj r e th s
SOcala as the giIesT of Nl Mrs. .Maio;a'- 'sci:li \v,ri l p i course ulninjured i11
Mr. and Mrs. George Blitch of j iiilon, le Fijae hr he bl' ii: li' wind certain id the fi
i~ d n. Ie i F iila t o h -i ol, i, I it olf win,! : ( -l'tainlv ,d id the frw i~
Blitchton came in Monday to spend a ackoile. Her -i was one dn io di not ascertain what
fe.as w th t e r d u ht rlr aclison\ijlle. Her i-il wa';s otie o f Tino I- 1 V, ld lnt a.e r a n w a
few days with their daughter. Mr<. ncniieh pl-asuIre ton her iaiiny fri0llt1d i t lt rcury reached, but it :0l
Mazie Lyles. and their son. Mr. Geor- h,-. h j low ,nouli- ro iin ak' v%-erybi, y t)i'illi
Blitch. -- the bianktkrs troni their hiding places.
Berardgeue M. and Mrs. F. F. Wet,hri,, b iee ha
Mrs. Bernard Seligman has gon -i Mr. and 'Mrs F. E. Th b NERVOUSNESS
Daytona Beach for a short isit with rented the lower floor of the' 1 -ou Byv properly toning and feeding the
friends. She was accompanied bv'. o Fort King. recently vacatedd I\y M:-. nerves with pure blood, which is done
her litt daughter. Caron. and E. E. Mcl.in and falilv. a!nd owii-dl, by using P. P. P.. Lippman's Great
"\I" 1 nr. \Viiliani \nlersn. Th,, Reniety. the most marvelous cures of
n IUrse. nervur.siat' re ma dre ni.l restorinp'

:ichen antli is bihing a new one, and ,now occupied by Mrl. :Arthur ('Cobb ) is a.. alter spell lin ig s,'ev-ral layvs neie
i al hai ti gewea ea a liver v and sales stable. with h-r aunt. Mrs Geforue \W. Mar-
is also having tke sewerage put Inl
There will be no ineilneiate change, tin. Befi)r Tc morning to Ocala MrA.
exc(lo-nt ofnttion. He is filling in aas Mr. Tompkins has a lease on his Austin splwnt two months at Diinnetl-
*hn lot of the Strohhar place. which he
occulies, and is going to plant the llrisenth location, which does not ex- Ion with her par,.nts. Mwr anl! Mrs.
sanie to grass and Iflowers, anl will p le for some time, but as soon as his Roiedrt Sanders She- was accompan-
Sleas- is out he will move to the Ma- i,. hy her little stepson.
so',n have a beautiful lawn and flow-
er garden, Hei has also rai ed the rion(i Farns stables, and Mr. Cobb wi!l Mrs. .Johnson who ha le-n -4pwnd-
liilel;ngs oc('ulpied, h' the Ocala Bat sptk amiothr localion. ing sone tin in Ocaa with h.- son,
fling Work- .,nd the Hotel .te Kai- CARD OF THANKS Mr. D. XV. I)oris. -ft S-,inlday after-
sr. put (in a brick fronI. ce-nli r noon for her houlie at ILoiiisville. Ky.
pav-iments and otlherwi-e improved, \ wish to thak frns for Mr. i Dor'is ac('colmpanied his ni this property. and still hl' caili(-nt ge hir kin ( nss rendered in the sick- far ias .Jacksonville on bir jo.irny
rid of his surplus w' allh. anid i,, ,nss and (Iath )f our husband andt and from there he' goh .. !to Livi Oak
looking aroundI for other inve-stment-lt.. 1 ^ ^^^^ ^^^o uies
hookinlg arolln(l fat' other inI stl .n i, father, 31r. it. K. Lane. W e also wi,ii on business.
Mr Edwin T. WVilliamis is the last toi thank Rebv. Outland of Martel forandNrs- Arnold of [..
Sexcellat rs. W, Arnold of i-and the
to announce hi5 candidacy for regis- his nbiralg were in the city T ay aaeh
traction officer. Th, (-Go.i BHook sav.- 'l()l of (,aitr t)r thfmr lr'snc" panied by their little ,son.
that "'the last shall be i fst and ih' ani thle I;lli,.s t'or their floral (ontii- -
first shall le last." 1and Mr. \W illian1..-a' ii Iion,0 Sinice'.r ly,.
friends say that this saying, xill find MRS. I. K. HANE. J.M. IMEFFEIT D. B. NATO
an iiliistration in Mr. W illiamns' riac,-. IMRS..I. P. tIALL.D
when the ballots are 'ounit.,l. Ht. i. MRS. (;.. PETTEWAY.
quit(e a popular man.ll He is adjulail, MR I L. !,.Xt:NE. u U lA|
o(f the ('onf'derate canii Alid wa MISS CONDON, AGENT oMn
(lulile' a tar' t fo'r t'nmthe e-niv's ellrT-. )l l'f
,1.,1 ,J i r ,, .., .,t.- ... ,,1. .... ...,. .,... ~ =i ^ m I V.

r\\ i'.athvrh, ;;.nily !,,_:l nl, health inmediat(ly to the patient and hin \Olid-, in rial h olte o at snlle
Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Bridges. '.N 'trda. t-l ni akimi him strong and vigorous in a t I i li aPtnt fo" the FIt..ital)hle P A
and Mrs. C I. Bittinger. MNr. andi Hr>. litle while. t i wih hi a'ticlit,':u ;,iic t, w i cala
H C. Packham and 'Mr. and Mrs. E. Ms. Frwpk HI"rias ;inid Mrs. E. 'rF. P. P. P. is superior to all Sarsapar- was in quite a nunmh.r, le.H was e,.le ',k alltit. Miss Florrie
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i- ,_-- i ...iMR. CARN WRITE8 LETTER 85T-.

I fT l that it is due to ther ( ,trs ,,f
Incidentally He rinds Gus Morton Up-He Prints Gus's Letters. the county to know hw san :
important questions whici we ill
- -. h..ve r.'a s, .o ) dli',ve w' l r.,n1 i e ,
torp that 'body.
Jacksonvill', Fla.. May 4. 1908. phate Company. and beg leave to writ I supposC every voter in Mar:, n
To the Editor Ocala Banner: you. My father, having implicit co',+,-),1ti', ktws t;yf .,hiL-
D Sfedence in viMy, gave vosa $himnt ion to hi a w r Ilt,., hai dci i gv.

~o h U n .p b s ,,l s h n|H N "OH N. 'ha.+ 8TOCKTON]) .i"(,111 ()I ,i'** *,"lt F!;^;,^ ;* ; ,'/";
Dear Sir--M y atten tin ha s Qi a Ie MR t i. ca. E' ,t hai. net' i! r j ,,aI (hiti o ":t l; r. [ ,i; Y
Clled to an article in the ,GAla Bat.- In' a (ve iye'i 0c it1)'f, thi'l . -- 'T'; ii tp
Uer of M ay 1st. 'hpad ed N "G O.- M orl e;ii:')a ce1t. ie'.o ofI "o"! Tit;!h:, g tOh
ve letierl fomi him lwWhrirte ire o r utf lu. I, -a.- pati',, vt ,o;r.y r)h :--.'hs'. "
T e lls H is S to ry ." IIn th at a rtic le t -oh tnl t h + jl.I Vy \- ;t e t .ir ", t IZ -
Morton make-s ert ain statementss t ....'' i 'i
S i n w h cee xp res es t c n n r. a d ; ^o .b l t..t S." als in o .-s a nds il <, it) i i its Is.; f, "s "n ^ blie v- ,; sh-uld t l '.+
Si m culaapi an P ed to nii :i- 1 i ik.id the people who prItiip Io, p i. i si\k p*
not know either of usti. In justice to, iT
never treated Gus Morton or any hnr- u hi p ...* .1ta ; ... f. i a ,r av ah ll pan'i l o th- Ti" hlll
Son or cor oration otherwise t han i1 Tha o sid sh*i;- a i'. -

a.: iig e m n w o u p r e o h -i-n ; \ *I ;~ !-'' t ~- ..o .*,; ;i... .\l;;.lory' *o i io i. 111 .'. 1.a s M .I n i^ p -:p ip j(.s> n^
wi th ahs(r ,te fairnessand honesty. i I.lo in:' vt ;: w 1 I t beolidv h !,n 1 t
do not owe Gus Morton a dollar. h u; .
.. "::+:": :: :i]/ :: ] ::":" :"::+- +-!i: + on the other hand he owes nie onsl De idd. -.n:!!::e.. !' .. l);ii,\ it fo' A or :'i -
erable sumsn of money., which I a', n, ....:....-. lr a t w t:..
oil:. i iat to;u -ltO, \toil ii:. rf-T ri l ari a dr
sorrv that I cannot hope t o s; i p] t ,.Vo colle ( )i ,. l an 'aci. JW jI o sni or1n it, d oe
for the reason io that I not think thlat i.. Co:. ) :.Ia "m:n ..il-it'".4 o l.' . h,.;. .,- , \ t at
a judgment against him would ipro- 1 o i: : T(" o..... ..:;." :. .. ni e lw ha' : .
duce the money. W h en we enter,-d .-.i..-'h t- ....... :::::;: h":. s ).e ;, : tIl.' 1 Z ,: '-i, ,
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :!::]v.. .: "",. ti lle |ft(1c That th is il)"I' \ "A |-v as ill -
Into business relations connected with .i" ho h*. -' St,*
the phosphate business some eight oi : .;*o H ''': ii .
i : .: ]in y l ; :f ) ; "% w T h a t I f' a - ( w ) ] +) I t 1 5 ,'T : t ) ) K f r f i pt .
vine ears ago. the terms of our con:- i;., 1 ,\:; .::::;i :IX' Ie'k rie i'.
tract were reduced to writing and sp,- to CtSI ,ir \ '- ;>ip,'- .-()iil\ r' n ','.*r ,W.c-p .< l ,,W..
cifically provided that any differences I Ini ialihr>!:a i1 't-,)lli t',,, !.Xrt -1 t ;.
arising between us should be submit- W;. < Ths isa ,-a hizh s,''i, ,*11 ti rs i Mi tl1 a r wr k .i a,.
';ihility for : l ;,i:.iits-. nat, to) ]~lo,, II) t 45 cont.s. In Fhoridla it .--.!1. fr ,
ted for final s eadjudicatonlto.the judee+ >< tt ho fi i ll r n|t 'nt. and o1thLr h kM t. o' l ; ,k ;
of the fifth Judicial circuit of Florida t nly ill thi it.'nv l !i h i, it- thi laie rati i Marion i t ', ,,
11ofJly in h ~ juta eewill say,, tVr)Iit $'2011)) ITO $.tIIIIIIiI 0 ,*
an a arbitrator. both of ts agreetinl aiieo of at +'aid o:e Ot, er (' t'her"- The state weill saye $5,,.,,t or $7. ,,,,,,
to abide by his decision, and. until the, tio. of whih o:i h i tl cha'.'', I ha ii(l the Shl (.t,
publication of this statement. I had o ave aOtNal li\.' I up to iha' for tw4niyt yars ad I i,, I ,,'
never heard that Gus Morton claimedl standard. mli hvv e retlt;llod to tll<)S'A;h-r+,i %%,, ,.a .r.'tf;\ r'-' '
that I owed him a dollar, or that thert our system. and at the sam, t
% s S a n y t h i n g d u e h i m o r t h a t I h a d p e r s o n s la )tot i n .ti, i t n .i- n .. l ,ht:dt,.i
ever treated him with the utmost fair- inv tilr in, 'y ,tl, in tti I b 11i-w,, in a ,'
I ~~~~~~~~~~~~ing tihe iiisolvei-ticyof tII. lflO-, l O Il*i'0 U1 .ti'' 01' I T')e
mess and liberality. Yours t. ly,
The last time saw him prior to his (Signoell A.\V. O') E.l.l.,J.
famous challenge, published less than HON. JOHN N. C. STOCKTON T ,ii,,,- ir sn..;t u :,,1 tr.t
thirty days ago, he was enthusiastical- MR. E. W. IRVINE FOR RAILROAD tioral lVohil)iti')i.
ly mipporting me as a candidate for r,-c,,;,,i $:01 given hini beeaul;o h. Williston. Fla.. Dec. IP. l19,7. COMMISSIONER I ,,li,' P dl,)l at Iia.-.t t,, 'All
the nomination of governor. In fac- was i--y much iii ned of it. and t 4,1 r. .0.N. C'. te.;-k: t a..ia, k-i,,,\ili vnig to .uh:ui; 1h1, ,lI,'.-iio, I, T., ji,'"
I have letters from him written re- rpn ailin(, $,,i w paidj ..w :, [ ;r---I r ,( -'.Mr. Irvinw of l.;uke, ('it% is a cani- J t iihe 5ttt to Wl' iei.
gently, in which, he expresses great th-' cnlnitany and- a .nd -..ci ,.i tiiai Sonawor 1ala(Io-- i, in ,, ,+ cri,- ,late foi railroad ('1)n11 i.siotlr. in h aw" I believe we shoul st rnnth,.i
Interest in my campaign, and in one sve: a tah1)t;sai:tj .iol- r a~ll.i-tiA ;. n,- i(,ai ,-on(liiont, ald that Park Trailt- reviewing his declaration of pi'ilii,._ip ,o pire, ,,1. ii. by nvtkin Iilxji'
of them says: "I am satisfied that th o d, Sutn.in,,. o ip- ;. o. n Srinv *v,,~ ,i ':;', h --iht n "," .un.Iint'da
lIs the time of your life to w in this own p i" at-,~ .'--,inc ~.- an.! th,,m ., e,- I ,tin, tla' a gr.-,tu a: in'. m',, in that they are the fai!-est to all parties less he Ceoflts within T h, law ai.!,
.... thIa,, are theF fairest, to all ,. pa!rz,,t :,
victory. In fact. I have not run across pan sii t, '-s, 01. ,,1' 1i ."h, -'ailf.- v1, ,lt e 11e :tr' '. 'ti!Y rv ,,iiI t,,.- at interest, of ary t,'it it has .-'!l. and mut hat an other wh'n h, izar .te.0I
mi ngle man who supported you t) 1i.- li~ l.. O. \'.h I l'a e p r. o:i:v.;IIAV ,l- P tti .\jl:lr 5, t'o)ii,:noii). .lill~ .1 pays Mr. [rvinl al hi.gh eo'aijili: ,ert. much.s a.note hnh.i us
fore that iE not ready to fall in line."I ait.,.hd. .-;. I mait + pl0),, h 0 -' s]eI l The Palatka.-A 'N 1,- v re- [ do not telieve the (.), nty is Ct
etc. I attach hereto copies of two ot T M-r.,Iratine.s ,, l ;, ,; '.;, r ',,, -rV d,, -.,,l ,,n is is.- no. y1 .... ,Al .Ia-. Irvin,'s platfir n and says t>'vd t,) W hat i kn,,w 11 h, "u' )
h"A"T' I" [,';1(',' !%is
]11s letters which are dated respectiv.'- b,,ri.) ,', a: ) -Ill-,s ; n' 1, -1 ",': ,o,,, : '',:t ,.x;..e- tit. '. no ,.r 11!J4- that it trk,,s ihe ko-y note and shows
ly November 5, 1907. and Decenubr 'rto ,- it, -.,' -.a~l. a. .,- .-. Th l, :,:r yourselfl. A,.; no ol", that the an thor has a thorough con r,,-,i ., Oi Ut Iti.-. ,OS.:itA sh, i I: ",
lgth. 19t'7. As late as March 6 h iw i~ v b).irr.v ''.i r" tis' C",..ijedny \ ,. ,-:',,,.'.: 'I '.'! than :iiv.,'. e 'i t~ai rT .-l. ., srut ili..(t !itrolgh~~y. anid I ',,,It..\
-wrote me, in which le tr he s .. .loi ''~ ". .. .- il. ; :a .1 ,: Iisu!',.-,.- oft a ., ,, < I.-ail, '-l),)a'fi h- )'e+i '~~~:- pi i tr.,, r(' ;t ij ,.vih~t'l t l. :,,l tt
l'nrgrdt orel.Ithnite is ay c~;a".-:, il,"l,.:- ~ ) h' ui: te l' ".,,. ~;:i t'it a-l -t.. anil" grete oru~ withx' out ,~i+e,t ,'ii.
foregone conclusion that you will ca."- e-o~nuia; v-.) t'r., will a., hr IW2,1T.l "T0 hi:tr to hr1'?:., state.
ry- Alachua county overwhelmingly. Tt- ,.-. ) ;,'" ',, ,0' pi,,,:t : :utt ,,i t ,)- S: '.: ",,,t it t,, >* ';,.., 1.2' ~ *t" 2, :i-tl'+ 1 bcli,'vt' that r h., p I,, .ll' uo ,., I
8 u b se ~ ji e n t to M a rc h 6 h e ++a s in ni ,,,t i,, ai ti "' I,,* It 1 ,':- 'a : .,, n '.. '. ) .t m:t 0 2," I i .g! "' f ?'i tu n-!' o: r W lut .'''."
o ff ic e in J a c k s o n v ille a n d a s s u r e d i-lsi:,1 lIi+ i :: u : + ~ l ; .. : , : l , ; l ,.e, ,, .'" q u ,.-ti,, n e-,, *,i a rt ,'i,-s -,, tr,.ii:' .
of his hearty- suPport, saying that h,' to, r ),llO,,. -,d Ti- I, A.'- V 'I" ,t i' .'W; 'j, +,', ., [ti 2. 14, ,ni ;To io I.+ "' ishittrnr h'nd rat[[ .: l, n t i t 1
would do all that he possibly could for l'h,,-.t<;1,l C (. :n'-. (- N. ,,, -" .. ,,.n il.-t .,, :, :; -.o. a ,,~ ',+ ; t .- .:than he+ e' 'T'I .'A+, vitrh It..-, ;,,, )',,. .

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en e o te esn. wh er h rfr$ "' T .pr -.ie T T ~..e -- di,.- .j ia h'i' 'iviti T-u1 i~t O ., ztl 1-,I,'-t l 'I
conversation. This I say in r'e;ply 1 t)iTl Hun P h,,'-.pI:a -,' 4 'enlil,,o ll ;- t "- i *- 4 : 1 :I -! i i-K hi'. .t ; ,r .I': ... -TI) in .*+ ,- 1'(-'i,j-, \ .'- ',\ ,
his statement that w'hen he sa',v lit.' ('1Pi-',". a ,-I 'Aa-: !t-.,,.1 l l' ip 'I.++ -. ,ii I!;i p o o r hs s r a h oa ea a ov ;" c;:eie., t~it... "\' t,, ,ib-('e+-' ,I ij:'()tu r' ('ill.: ',"----s sh,. :1,! 8 in: -V.. ,.tun r i .: ,. ;),i' +,'r Ti) : ;t Thl'-ra 'it i-., 'A hii
pr-togra'hs"spread broadc.st.all [RIN. ,; -' ,n ~ C. ~t,.. .,.,
pl "s candidate and the worl~inur may t ,\. 2. t~. v, "i <,''" .i.. ,, ,a t~- t u- llI,.!,. d-i ';, -0 t,:. is hi' tN .~ R E n ..1...I P.tt '-., .11 ,,fl,,,. ", ,

friend he could not h !elp hut come to I:'- i-t, -. ) 't a a *I . '.'' .i .: i '- i '' ;*t *>" -in' : \'4. aI' tj';" '1.-t'4 it47.' p of i } r.
the front and tell the -eopl)o of the#" '.'o iit Phi,.,ph., "o'. ra' + ,p'o-r ? it -,,ki2. ,or \'il'i;j 1, ," r '.n ,. .. To apls th ai' :.
.' '< t- iio n l o i i : ,! : o, t ^ i- ,i :' p o rl ; ;t ;i r <, h e. I ' .' :* > ts I w \ ,nt t ,o ,,., 1 0 ) t l ., , '..
transactions in orti r that they v ilt i h i pte, iu ,h t h,- i .,,' t 'o :nt\ ih i., *.'-. ;-. ,-i -, ':it.T i.C-t'- -t.. I f IIi ; -
; o ff i c , a n dt rt i *t ; .' '.l -i :z n i ll r h , ' .i s l a t u r e lT h e re a r e .-, i i ,- , ,t h i' .,
s e e c le a r ly w h a t I th in o f th e w o ; ha .' (' ,: ui p a .. v. ilt ', '.: ':. \:' \ .T'' b k.i 1 t : l '.-...,.-. t i :o.f t w-, w mil ; ,k n t i .aik i4[ .t-, iprta nt ti m a ttrre .het a r.' c- ,- i ..-,,.-
Ing class and how singer' I am in n I 2 Th,, lllo! lo ..)r : ') t >'t f l'\ o'.'. '. k Yo.i's t,',.. i ' tthe. lest-is(a;nrt',, ;it- j .'i i r+....,i .
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position to corpOrations. pler-- ,0t' unn .. anu th +- 1-,'', v.a-t' (; s .\. M(, I',N. inT,.- rli t *n l
His article is t 1 t a' i a r so rs. I n li' thtat I cannot a '4 iil!-h :i:.
H is article is tO, Io, o t. ;t r,-,xer it. 'urn, ,d iio a n ,w o .* 's a.l T, r. " I To in. I
T he toll,, ii i.-\ M lt\:!c*"- dI "l ,i th,.

detail, even if it wer-- ,- c .-trv to an- \ t ha-- ind',', dt (; 1 Mortitn. at:," j Cop'y of Letter From Joseph E. Bryar i I swer in detail r. I r i icnit. 3'ill 'he- .a'a '. 1) stl-ioitl.x t .'. h ,i' '. +t' Flai.. . I T j ,titp ti i f ht lail i e\ten if l kt'.
^ . 1.* ,.- .ia h o i . i .<** -*> ..i ^ j,,^ ;^ ,j ,1^1, e1.rcem nt ..stthpr wo d no sc..nu
when it is shown h.it v- 9 -n- ag-ii'isi ll me alln so wilf-,;1" WI A "..'';aI ,I II. N. ( s ': on. e 'i, t l w s a ,n 2 ial t, ln t- t h th' wotl n r [, ,' si. il. f
thusiastically su ,,;': *, qf.. )," 1o sent it ,. an furni-h for l >i, r; ,,i.i' l), .. it n i, w !. t ll .t'i, t,,p u.; o itn h l i.' td ,t', s ,i ll "- sopt,, printi ple2 it w otuli t, l o i '
eCrnsr until abo#t r . -'r w-hek. ,he -<. i;.s, s'a ,tr- I,'tt- J..T ,",rt t...-,. (; I p,.it. lt o i aetah t th sa a tor :t' i i: : ;-
t .. I l !i,'11 C lp tl n )v ht w 1 ,,i t f ,, 1
ago. Eas the trmnss I mention -'1, primary election can I), ;ite, w- 1- IaI- (iia't l ft'* ttd it. "t'iivll,,-i'tki ih i-*, l o!'te know how 1 t'' o.ntl" the i.
occurred, the las i ear' ;"," otlhoers as easily a by ;niy-- dt- ,- ,.l < t a ot.
... i 1 t ; i n Li ye l t()II 10 t ) .-,, .V 10 t'i, ht ;il ,+,'.(.-'.'-. '-il (.f" .>"lt) r;LTiO l to I t' .>ut ^ il'. .t ,1\ nl;+- \'^. 'i ;i '
y e a r s a g o a l i d h < n , a r s a 1 va t a , I a t t a c h t w ) o t1, r 1 t ,i ,. . r ) ,'" ". t." :o; , 1 1 ^ r ,t h a t i t 1 0 ,o r n , s. n t o n .
everything abc -t *- at, r ww hich- h- I .)r .. E. Br a;>i;. t Ti<.pd, lt>. j M o. n l ntiion he I by i)i rolo i that i;nu;. r th e. i aod (itrvt.' nu; li', o. c 'nii. u t hat it,- -'.- I hit tti' v ('1 'i.' ll t ,I'' I -I
anwsno .tid ('ieuimtT'y.. aitl ti'..0!--c n.tV.'it c ar ')iit' 1 hik '-'t 'A d au
knows now en. ann l one fnt-i',' M1 A \V C ( *i' 1 ( i +nt, with himn lt e was to 'o(.x-,, I justice ;o ot,' for In 'e. but ii out. tWi,
agreomont witht hm.he %,s t Ic(atCMiitlo'hit jt i' :'n: i'pe thtm-liehsbeic tn u
I will. however, briefly correct a )oi1 of the ht,,t kno\'wn ii andi l ,,n- itot -.li 1 "fron ithe l v i)iltt\ l,)os.- a< Isl l i, :;r' I" ta '<, lt i t i' lhel ha s *h ,'' i- fu T wt t
'2. i, .+hall _! )l ,^. I shall oppose tleh tax\;in, of t o'- ,i h lie th;t 1 ,-> 'a:'i\ o r wlatt
few of his misstatements: spocred lawyers in th 1.-tar iat+. p (' n alty l i-itilp tiof l'rits had selves by g ra tiig 4)1 I. Ii-T i rtuni.t. wil ,ear ly auimr',iatt- an,
'IV(s hN graitil- ofhwI
Under the contract between us he I respecttuilly stl)mit ithis satetoiii; plaid back all nionteys inii',ested,, and, aill traftie( amil passeingr faress,, to tar' j thin.- -ou vii o or me. I *ae nth
was not to receive one-fourth interest of facts to the peol)le of Florida whom dI s. th ,>th, \r r a: iilns on at-'ed stck, lprpo in to say aait a sinl ne of n
n )nyit-,l.htilnthatntheretierTih reo tp rtt a s'ill ), 11
in the property of the levv Coun:v I know to lIt de-it'ots of doing o it)I ialh ; rot in to lie ion yinvt'I in tit- o I opponents Thy ae all o
st rtuction of said railroads. and I hiev, will mak- you go'I "
Phosphate Company until after all of an injustice. s a mat t' of fac. h,. ,,- (Oitpaii:'. :;. i shall end. 'orl with all thi rstlstttive-s. Respe fulI.v, '
the money invested in the compan:.', Respectfutlly, like nost l)pho.i hat'e o('iantaIlies witli power within m lo sec('ire to the ptoo' W. D. ('\RN.
should be repaid out of the profits. H'-' .OHN N. C. STOCKTON. small cal)ital. lost tionev, and whlen n11I that ha.s tIlle ability to ridle only
was to have no interest whateverWO in W1 4 |, ni dslthollar's w the company until the money actually qitale rat as the man that rid j Candidate for Committeeman
C' wz libaknot of th Copies of L.,tters From Gus A. Mor- llidI' n1 hrin t i'noigh to pay its (mlI)t.'. a hundred dollars worth or niore. The Gainosvime :sun ha- rec'ntlt
invest e was paid bck outy o heton to J. N. C. Stockton I ani sur')rised to s-e Mr. Morton'- .4. 1I shall oppose, to the utmost, said that it was generally conede
profits. The Levy County Phosphat x stateniints, as he was in my offi the cutting and slashing of rates, both that. Governor .ennings made one ,


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t Writes From 219 Monroe Street, Topeka,

&sa, Iemming Pervna.

Read Her Letter Below:

In Spring and Early Summer a Tonic is Needed.

The source of good blood is fresh air and well-digested food. If anything interferes with diges-
tion the blood becomes impure.
A catarrhal condition of the stomach prevents perfect digestion. Such a condition allows the
food to ferment and decompose in various ways, instead of digesting. The blood is thus contaminatea
with various materials that do not belong in the blood.
This gives rise to sprLrg fever, eruptions on the akin, general lassitude and constipation.
Peruna corrects &an .'uese difficulties by striking at the source of them. By eradicating the ca-
tarrhal condition of the stomach Peruna at once restores digestion, the blood is thereby purified, and
the whole machinery of the body is put in working order.
Peruna has probably nade a more remarkable record in cases of catarrh of the stomach than any
otner medicine. These cases are very frequent, and we have a host of testimOnipl in which Peruna
has received lavish praise for prompt and permanent relief in cases of catarrh of the stomach

Mrs. Emily Kellogg, 5649 S. Lawrence St., South Tacoma, Wa&*
Gives Her Experience With Peruna. Read Her Letter Below:

pww~- ~P

Toaes up the System.
Mrs. William MoRoberts, Waverly,
Minn., writes:
"I am perfectly well of the catarrh. I
took Peruna and Manalin. I recom-
amend your medicine to every one and
cannot praise it enough. It is a fine
medicine to take any season of the year.
Taken in the spring it tones up the
system and act as a gentle stimulant."
A Ubei ewik.
Mr. Joe Leonard, Flat 2W2 Allen St.,
B"afl-, N. Y., writ:
"I have good reason to endorse Peruna
" I I have found it a good tonic, stimu-
latUng the sytem and sustaining it
I-der r_, at prewar, imparting un-
U l eadwam anid enabling me to
worM munh loeg and harder than the
system ouljd pmibly do were it not
for t gnat power with which it en-
dowed lt givs moe nerves of iron."I

Mr. Caleb H. ortell. Police Oier, 212 North 'a .tret. Baltimore,
Md., writes:
I "For several years I was troubled with catarrh (of the head, throat and
stomach. Many times I would vomit before anid alter enitin;..
"I took seven bottles of your Peruna, and I anm glad to say that it has
Scored me.
"I feel more like living and working, and am not bothered at a1l with
my old troubles.
"I take great pleasure in recommending Peruna to all sufferers with
catarrh, and I thank you for what you have done for me, for .,:;t ,itt
Those who have suffered as I have can appreciate a great cure as I have
Found Peruna to be."
04N^- 0 %04 0% 0%0%0%0"

Splendid for La Grippe.
Mr. Frank H. Fielder, 218 3 peasantt
Ave., Montgomery, Ala., formerly prin-
cipal of Haynesville High School,
"I can truthfully say that Peruna is a
splendid remedy for la gripped, and a
good tonic for building up the system."

Pain in Chest.
,Mrs. A. W. (ustin, )209 L'l.ler Vs., St.
SJoseph, Mo., wvrite-: "'.',tu i I ie''anl
Staking P rur;na 1 hi:.d qi:;ti' ,, -v rc ],in
and nche ill ti.e left of .v .'i.I.t. I r f-
fere(d a reI ti ::1 wi. h it.
I ", " : 1to D lr. il:.. :, :'. n-.:..d
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Mr. William Hoge, Pr.-ident (Comnmer'ial Travelers .
Broadway, New York, N. Y., writes:
"I end(;r-e Peruna as the most effectual remedy for cata
able to find in my travels in this country or Eur(opl)e. I ca]
1 have spent thousands of dollars in this country alone trying
and it was not until I was induced to give Peruna a trial that
thing like lwrmnanent relief. As a tonic it is simply great. 1
the grip of every commercial traveleron the road. It cured t
as nmyelf. We have not hia(d the slightestsymptom of catarrhf
In a later letter Mr. Iloge says:-"I have used lPeruna f
never without a bottle in my grip. I am the youngest feelin
looking man of my age in New York, which I think isentirely

t::king Peruna. which I did. I tUok
three bottles, and I can say I am cured.
"Thanks for kind advice and Peruna."
Hay Fever and Catarrh.
Miss Mayme E. Smith, 444 East
MoIund St., Columbus, Ohio, writes:
"Have u'. *. Peruna for catarrh and
hay ftver. The results being remark-

able, I can highly ree
w ho are suffe rini g with
I am happy to bie able t

\ with my eyes being red and watry, an
S soiatio my general health was very |xr.
"Finally a friend advi,,d me to try
rr ae Peruna. I had tried almiotevprything
I have been llse, so Ipurchased a tttlo of Peruna
II truly say that .
St, a. and commenced t tak,. it at onet atl
S, ina.ure, before I had fini, t d the flrot bottle I
1 obtainedl any- f
I o.taie any- found I was inipr, ingu.
It ought to be in "I wrote you ft* ^J -eial advt.@ coa
my wife as wel corning my eye. whieh I rervived. I
for a long timie." continued to take the Pernca&antli I had
or many year 9 us six hottl. .
g and youngest "Now my ey,. are ahotnlpy well
due toPeruna." .......
Sand I feel like a new man In every way.
"-- -%' "I honestly qdlvz-e any one sImilarly
r ommend it to all afflicted to try Peruna."
the abovediseases. Peruna Tablets.

o say it has helped

me wonderfully."
Eyes Red and Watery.
Mr. William S. Learn, 1063 Regal St.,
Camditen, N. .J., writes :
S"'kor about two years I was troubled

Some people prefer Ito take tablta,
rather than to take medicine la a aId
form. Such people. eam obtain waes
tablets., which represat the andlrtd
ingredients of Pera. tawhb tSablWt to
equivalent to one averaeoseool Putsta

V Lozal and Personal

Mrs. E. L. C.: rL< a ecomlpanit d Mr.
Carney to Fairfiel -Friday.

Mr. Clifford E. Herrick.. Jr.. of ('Cr -
tal River spent Sa:urday in the city.

Use Plank's ('hill Tonic. 25c. per
bottle; guaranteed. Sold hb all drug-
gists. x
Escanibia c-i;ntyi has one hundred
and twenty candidates running for of-
fice. Times Inust be hard over there.

Mrs. A. H. Havenkott of Valdost.j.
Ga.. is the guest of Mrs. A. Y. Strunk
at her home en North Second street.
ree t. . .

Mr. Clark Liddell, formerly of this
city and a nephew of Mi-s Fann,'
Clark. is now at El Paso. Texas, whert
he is residing. He waz heard frot-i
:.-esterday by one of his Ocala tri-Ind.

Mr. William Wilson is now in .lJaek-
sonville. where he is assistant city
ticket agent for the Seaboard Air line
and Mr. Ernest Rawls has assunm,-:
his duties as city ticket agent here.
succeeding Mr. Wilson.

Rev. S.
h4Ns home

C. Mullii.s has returned to
at St. Peters.burmg aft r
a few days here with his
Rr. C('. E. Culb.-eath ha'-

ing come to make the acqilaintanc-
of his now rtranddanehTter.

Miss .i osie an.; i '('a ~The (Waia Bannier *ontiulies To tq
have guilt to .T. a.1 ;ia itvisi*, b. 'r flt- Uibscriihrs arnd all shower it,
hi other. Mr. J. 1.)~~i1i with prIaist-., about ~it. It certainly
Ha niaket- us l-t-I Pgood t..r Our pairolis to
Mr. Rotwrt Kaiser (m 1Iating'si-,
bv~re !-p#. diu- a I days with h is a N hi,% 111-1jllwy art-will) ilt pj
family. 1
Njs o-e\ilim,.wvidw Mr. Quinvy E. Peacock-. editor 1
." ".'~*flT ''~~Y~ Thv TDinnellon Adv c1t0 *It ,in) luto

:From Saturday's l)aily:
The monthly n.teiing of the Dicki-
on Chapt'lter 1 I. C. vas held this
week instead o' n :-x week. (in a(ccoui,
of lite state c.nlvention next week ai,
Tallahassee. as thte chapte(-r wished to
have all their business compll'ted b.'-
tore tik dlegates left for the con-
vention. The chapter will be re)p:-.--
,sented by. M's. Frank Harris an 1
Mrs. T. T. Helvenston. who leave )on

For the first time in several months
the (Ocatla lodge of Elks gave a large,
| reception in th-itr cluh rooms Fri'ilay
night. "I'," receptions giv-n by thi.
,r..aiiiizalioi ale always tho,:oi g -.,
agreealhle an'! delightful affairs ant
the one last night was no -xcepI ion to
the rule.
M\essrs. 1. S. Williams. (. T.
Maughs and (. K. Robinson were the
c(mimittee pon arrangements, anld saw
that notihinig ,as let' in(done for the

F'ri~l .y April 'a4tl th ,. ,h if- t, r day s.- h,,l's Alf Gifin-s\vill'. l r, ,
a trail n ,f tle r hii lt'l-s \\ hii h l'< igi
Ii,"\\ n it v ry lat 'rg r w l ., .A I1w ", -1,
Th',r.- i tho, prl" i;V -hittniVy pa 1,
l.-!l t|i -ir ; tn ni;tl p i,' ii ;t a n d l ; -ii\
tift' -urrlanit~li;L, Swtldnly S h .. .-

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Monday night tfo,- Tallahassee. p)leasure of the guests. t,'sh park.
A great deal of business was tran.-- Tables were jrepared foi those who 1 a. i acted( in reference to the recent cerre- ,]si red to play cards, and those whi ) ;irli t,. ,it ri .1 in,' hi. ;tr'y \ .....
monies attendant on the un veilinaz cared to dance found it po)e(cially en- t, ti ih.,la It, r'. ai ,aa- ,ft. n .t1 }. \ :V '
(e+,remllonies. the approaching conven- joyn'ble owinf r t, the+ eb n ie in thtN Kn,. i\\i tlt' ** Ii ., .1 .
i)n and other important mlatletri's. w ilher. Afte-r rhe tl;anl(d ('c( 'rt th , n. L T, t\, -:i. ir ,'i 1 ,il ,',
'The DI )auihters are one and! all v.n.y )anl s. pres,'ni at the rece( lioi a;nd ^*, *,\t,,I hi I,.t .,- .." ., ;
pIro t!d of Their ntw monument an l ilaye. tor lb., ala (-iIu. a ,i"i^ ,,,riiji; i!\ i.,, ..f '.,** ". '
th+e snioo()tiT)'ss with. which the 1:1- M\r. Steph!-n .leweto t. Ile ii-.,+- i l + w thiI- y,'r ** .,ur" h,,.,i;t |, .-'1"

veiling ce-erem-onis passed o()f, anrd
th-ey hav- ee\,ry right to be.
The .,iti()r of This paper was thank-
ed in a few pIleasing remarks by Mr,-.
R. (;. Blake for the full and accurate
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Candidate For governorr of


No faction, amcIe or ring brought
bin out. He came out as a candidate
akue and single handed. He will be
glad to receive the support of the
corporations, of the anti-corporations,
te probibitionistsI and the anti-pro



Thagard i.-, giving th.'. busine.- l1hi,
cl')s'- ;vrsotial att ~tqi-n ruan I th i" -'hii
a~nv~";ufrcturing is a:;t,. r ins r. *-
A is~ ~~,-il~ to ~!k '


Since assuming control of the Flor-
ida Packing & Ice Company. Mr. E. ,.
Thagard has made considerable in.-
provements, and has given new life to
this old concern. He has reversed the
saying that it is not well to put new
wine into old bottles. The delivery|
wagons have been repainted, the col)n
having been changed fr,)m blue to :t
brilliant red. and they now present a

Written specially for the Ocala Banner.

The sweetest type of Heavcn enlighten the Ignoran. also strength-
homc. en the weak. Her influence is going;
out into society liKt- a sweol per'fumtn,
"'Mi Plpalures ani palaces though we upon the breeze to bless all wit :I
nmay roanim. v"io mhe ( co!os in contact. \Witho't
Bv 't ever so ..uihll'. thtr.o i!- n.) pi j) woman this world would be a d<'ear.
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New medical preparation In liquid and powder forms The only kmiw
remedy for Alcohol diseamm. Can be given with coffee, tea. coroz J, hllg
without patient's knowledge.

REE K500 Packages of This Valuable
SMedicine to be Given Away Free


A specialist has lately discovered a new medicine for ti.e cre of the
drink habit. Do you wish a package? If you have In your fqnlt,y a Iovtn
husband, father, brother or son. who is giving you trouble. or making af
miserable for you, and whom you wish to be cured from "itL hi4.a.;Ps. .
not hesitate a moment, but act at once. Alcohol has its %ictiwItn I 1' clutch.
es, and the unfortunate one is not able to escape him. ),ISCOFI L buM
cured thousands, and will cure anyone belonging to you \Wri:e to s at
once, before it is too late. It is guaranteed armies. an rs eff.eto ars
positive. If you wish free treatment and further instructions, flit out ceioupo
below and mail :o us I'ti t hesital,
Coupon for Free Drink Habit Cure as the 501> packages wil I.)On be v.
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Name............................. will cost $1S. NO\W ,, can seeun


hibitionists, of t!W local opoonists,
the Christians and the Jews and of
the gentiles, the "publicans and sin-
mers" Me would even accept the sup-
port of the Pharisees.
The corporations cannot do without
the people, and the people cannot do
without the corporations. Neither
should be allowed to oppress the oth-
er. Capital Is organized; labor should
The license-tax licensing each lit-
tle enterprise should be amended in
order that taxation should bear more
Article XIX of the constitution pro-
vides for local option. The qualified
electors (not the governor) approve
or veto constitutional amendments.
He is not on the "recently construct-
ed band wagon."
He commenced life working in
Quincy, Florida. at a salary of $15
per month, and boarded himself. He
Uas himself been a hard-working,
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 in
thoughtful consideration of other peo-
ple 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 honor in
being governor. If It is tainted with
dishoixcr he doeq not want the office.

Pursuant to resolution adopted by
the democratic executive committee
of Marion county, Fla., March 9. 1908,
authorizing chairman and secretary
of said committee to mqke oftcial
call for primary, a WHITE democrat-
ic primary election. 10to b' held accord-
ing to the election i-'ws of Florida, is
hereby called to hb hell n Tuesday,
May 19, 1908, daring th, hours fixed
by law for the noitin2 )f elections,
and at the legal polling 1 laces, for the
purpose of nominating all democratic
candidates tor county offices; Provid-
ed, that a second primary shall be
held on Tuesday, June 10, 1908, to
cbooee between the highest candi-
dates, where nominations have not
been made by a majority vote in the
first primary.
Each elector in Marion county, qual-
Ified to vote in said primary election,
shall have the right to vote for:
Two candidates for members of the
One candidate for county judge.
One candidate for sheriff.
One candidate for clerk of circuit

One candidate for tax assessor.
One candidate for tax collector.
One candidate for superintendent of
(county) public instruction.

g %#s e ploy ..-nt t- . u f I). i'm t, nn- L vcS- J** II 4 fII AI IIIC"V" lt t 1t1. 1. .. ..... --
pe.s e'mphloy .. t, al), -. p"'v ,. L't 0 (aVe. Oh ..O g'eats .. Address......... ....... ............one FREE. ..l out this upono. 9
p It o ..e .. .Mail this coupon to it tolay. Sent in plain wrapper.
pie. It eonst,::ips n,)t 1., !Alz. t.'ma e eno bo sa d ,, .,)r lh r-:(,rv an h)llap r-, Mail this Coupon to
cord', of wool, daily. .AS he h h To make men out of boys andw,- w o11r s)hor.. : every ma% n should apprt THE REMNIEDY ASSOCIATION
weather approaches th.- ord.-rs fr, t "men out of girls there is no place like ciate and be glad that you are hpr.-. 62 East 131st St., New York, N Y
distant to)w\nvs accumulate. and ship- home. Character is not formed in an and rejoice that you have come t:) ---- ..... J
ments are made in all directio-ns f ,. apartment house or in the fashionable stay. To woman, home is and ever
a distance of about fifty miles. It will hotel-no two years in the same place, will be her stronghold, her theater ot 1 | | I /
be remember-d that Dr. Grrrie. at Character is best formed in the home. action. Not alone as the place who" Ml U | i ll
Floridian. invented the device, for mnan- At the quiet evening hour. when the duty calls, but the loved spot abovo I ill al t l
ufacturing artificial ice. and only fail- cares that infest the day have depart- all others that she wishes to beautify. "
ed to see his invention a complete suc-ed, and the family can gather together and gladden. 'To accomplish, this sh- E DALERS
cess because, after manufacturing it to a social feast of intelligence, must bring into active exercise all th.
he found it im1possiblei to release it thought and pleasant conversation, varied possibilities of her nature. P' -
from the nmoulds. This is done no-w Six things are requisite to create a tience, prudence and piety must b) WE CARRY EVE R Y THING IN T E L NE
by placing the cans under a stream of hapl)py home. Integrity must be the the crowning attribute of every wo- F furnishings P l S its
hot water. With this exce[ption there architect and order the upholsterer, man's character. Into the home Hous Urnis o U
have been very few improvements It nust ever be warmed by affection, comes, sooner or later, the great needle Rugs, Art Squares and Matting;. In Leather, Upholstered and Aing
made on Dr. Gorrie's original ideas lighted by chee, fulness, and industry of self government, of self poise, of D 4
for the manufacturer of ice. It his must be the ventilator, renewing the -,elf restraint. Into such moments are Cd oom Suits n g oom uiS
contributed its full share toward our atmosphere and bringing in fresh crowded the wide possibilities of the In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kind-Mohogany and OI
modern necessities, health and joy day by day. while over woman nature-the power to quiet. Maple and Oak. C I T'
all. as a protecting canopy and glory, to control, to forgive, and by the act 0 0 an...roc
A CALIFORNIAN'S LUCK nothing will' suffice except tne bless- of forgiving, to govern. In order that MUsion Furniture Gi n a nd CDner'St
; "Th luckist day f m lfe ing of God, the great giver of all hbr- a woman may be qualified to act well in all the different finishes Odd Pieces
S"The luckiest day of my lifo WA S
when I bought a box of Bucklen's Ar- money and its source. How man: her part in th.- home, she should ac-
Snica Salve." writt.s 4harles F. 13Buiah'm. readers recognize the beauty of this quire a thorough knowledge of all d)-
I of Tracy. California. "Two 25c. boxes"
cured me of an annoying case ,of itch- home feeling? It gives us the love t ,mestic and culinary affairs, so th.t All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Lurtains, Portiu
I Ing pile-s, which had troubled mi- for the house, and the place where w- even if she should never be required't, and Upholstering Goods
years and that yielded to no )thf*r have long lived. Precious name, s.t- by.v circumstances to go into the and Upho
treatment." .%hld under guaranty(, at
Tydings & C,,'s drug store, mn cred place, (tear old home. More deal' kitchen to cook a dinner she w:'l i-HOaters, i anleI
i WHAT WE CLAIM to us than all the worldi beside. Wh.,n know wh n it is )rop)erly prepare-!, Full Line of Up-to-date Pictures. framed and uiframn d. and Pic-
I. storms assail, to it we flee for shel- and be able to give directions how C ture Mouldings. F l tok f
e ju clairntoI-'t6.;t tor. It is our refuge from distress, do it. Order is the essential prere-
*Prnhc tanwlifi wour safe retreat, our protection fro qt.isit, of every truly efficient action Farm and Turpentin Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Sdi
Spape~r in tilt- countyy anti will c,)ntinit-,t no
t d a ln awetainheu-the ugly blasts of censure, ridicule and Without ir noth-ng (an be done well.
; to do as long a we .slander. Life without a home is to with. it there is no duty in life that Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.
Si. When w,, t. )k charge.. ,,n,.~ )n:tn Aderytevr etln fHg ri uge n arae
moWhen tkchar..n n the troubled sea. driven with th.- cannot he rightly performed. Neat And carry the very best line of Hig Grae Bug nd Carge.
a> ab)ie t,, ,)all thi-, work: no4- %% winds and tosseid about recklessly ness almost invariably accornlpani,-s
,-"i,)ylivo-gK-,.)dprinte.r.- illitfurni-heo( inary.niaallB idngP nt n d
''Yn; .'.lprfrn1 and restlessly. There is no peace or or(ler; the one is nearly inseparable, Lim Cment. P str
t-mloniri fr tiqt n~lij,.Brick, Limi. Ce nt .latr
ml lym.n f. r r ightp p '..l. atn, ar. quietness to th-e one without a horns,. from th. othr. Womranls influence U Hair. Lath, hin.
t-he, :noals .,f -r rtin' bh)t twll--No matter what else we may l)osse>i, is the sheet anchor of society, is fel;
i p-rsn ,- sp.nd oar ,m.no home w, are witit rather than seen. nt claiming tih M tri Flintkote 0ofs i|
the h. ne.rchatits anid pa% .ur bilthe )(ss-sion of the greatest boon hands, but restraining action y 1,- W eId Varnibhes, Etcg
l'rio~nijtly. 'eft Whih~ ,., ~hv ohne r .1o ~ ~ tan ~ "' L~~lite LeadVarI~ hsEcO
thre'.mlorko. ir, f,.. hihly p! .:s, ..) the earithi affords. Home signifies hatr- inri into the heart. To feel. to lov',. W Paper. Alabastine nd ManiteW ll P n
the ,u i, r, nnony and unity. At home there i to stuffer, to devote herself, will al- Wal per. Alabastine An Manite al Pa s.
f-tei th-at tilt pplW1. -o.f this f,,. that th,. ip.l, .,f thlis c'ity .huld happiness for the health.iy and syni)a- ways lbe tho. text. ot woman. l.)v- n give u a trial. wil not be undersold and will plea
nidlge far t}.. n ,elv-,es whether v. atr. thy for the sick, a balm for the wound- ness of spirit is a womnian's sceptr- i M olver M ackay.
,laIu*tig ,gurs,.s as g,)), 11;w-abid-ad. In painting a picture of home w and (word in the home. for it is lbot M C
ing ,.itiz, ii-; rat i ,.r t ih an t ak.tk it. It-A, In pai ti.... . . ...of ,.. ,b w o
i citizen. rather than Ik. th ouid t corate it with all that is lov th- eml)lem and the instrument of h,-r ...... "- .
.,f ;n wih,, are nf)t il.',.re,,, ii ti,' iv. nartistic anti magnetic, to make it conquest. Her influence flows fro,'j
""elfare -of our city. Y u attractive, )becau:-t love and conm.- her sensiblfiities, her gentleness, hor THE
fl;.i u- rea.y ar I will t., l.,ni hel,)- ,ne also) -teem. are there, an(id n,, teondoerness. It is this which disarins
ing hand t. .ory worthty t,,..t h' on eis perfect ithoat these ahorn- pr'eju lice and awakens confidence an i 1"r 0 n py
tns t,, t.. ul toiliu 'itr \\'Tit re we ar free atffectlion in all who come within h: h E:1
S..r nu ,an ,'i ar,.... .estraint, breathing as though w, sphere, which makes her more l)ow- 1I IIU1UUUI lJ
.4II.a k l. "-1 vreT'itm ):tx':'-,H ul AE li
!y ask h. ..,-0:,raTi,.n 1 :ti ;- )Wlel te atniosp)h'e. and were lori erfuil to accomplish what her will r,-e
:is: us !n this w.-rthy- ,ius,. ,)ur ,,x- of ll we survevoI. who.-e right non-, solves than if nature had, enlowel -- HEADQUARTERS -
,h'. 0 '.gicn a, .r.. alo* fir c dispute. Home is the. center of iher with tihe strength of a giant. It,
i4 a lay, n~p" tho-y cii-iunttif t A1t-i ,he en i g
,.io.,rs .. n, .." a,.,.,nt ,vr, wonan world. There she is queen her heart is lacking in high-minde. Am.rican Wire Fenng
er dollars a ly -or fur of her own domIain. It is her palace, self devotion, in self control, in sin- Sash, Doors and Blinds
unt~r~.'d ,liars ,h *,,,r y,'whVe' r sli, sits enthroned in the con- cerity, itn genuine meekness, her lov- Pa s. ils ad V7
Tfortabhink we ha ..n and a. a rs- arm-chair in majesty an I lines is like a coating of golt upon U andVarnshs
in r.'-r,'--XVhit..~ p"iuS Iirg. honor. Woman's world is not con- a counterfiet coin-it will disappetr Mill and Mining Supplies,
* THE WORLD'S BEST CLIMATE fined To the four walls of the ho"se ih before all who behold her in contact: Turpentine Snpplies,
1 which she lives. Her Majesty Queen with the realities of life. She mu-; i Improved Farming Toold
"is -not entirely free from disease. O.1 Victoria made her home in England, daily cultivate genuine loveliness: it
the high elevations fev'ers prevwa!, vet her domain extended to all parts is the fresh ripple from deep fouGn- GE T OUR PRIC
while on the lower levels nmalaria is G OUR RICES
encountered to a greater or less x- of the world: so woman, intelligent. tains of inborn love. In the home w*,
tent. according to altitude. To over- progressive woman, ramifies the whole must have industry, sympathy, also
com climate affectiounselassitud', ma- worldl with hex' influence, so she government, l)ut love must ie th,,ii- r. 1|pany
ague. and general debility, the most reaches out into the school, the rector. Kind words, gentle acts. anl |
effective remedy is Electric Bitte curch into art anrd science, litera- a kindly disp)osition mlake glatM th:M l anon *H I C oiupan J
the great alterative and blood purifier:"luih
the antidote for every form of bo,!i!U tire. all branches of society, along ill home wh,,re peace and blessin -
weakness, nervousness and insomnii., branches of improvement, even into welll. No mautiae" how humbl)'e the j
sodudrgaate tTiig merit of lPatriotis m. Around lher knees. l,)xo,,-tic ,iuth?
(?Ald. d eru store. arice atc T in politics. Farmer friends, and you ,f abode, if it be thus garnished with meet,
the town also, remember it is most as- grace, and sweetened witb, kindness. meet.
MAY MODIFY MARRIAGE RULES. surely to our interests to vote for the and cheerful smiles, the heart w;i'l Tl-re is a land. of every land a And fireside pi:pasure, ga n),)ob at he
--foilowin candidates: turn lovingly toward it. from all th.' pride, feet;
Advices from Baltimore >.ay that General Albert WV. Gilchrist for umulit o" the wo, Id. It will prov,' Ileblovel by Heaven o'er all the wori~l jVh.r sillil )lla" ln~t )ha; -)ot

('ardinal Gibbons has nmaie no an- govern of Florida. the dearest spot beneath the circ bsil,. I .. ear:h bhe l',ui 1'
nouncenment of the enforcement of the of the sun. It is each bringing to the h, e brighter suns dispense sren Art thoI a mIan. par' '
new rules from Rome relating to mar- "Where the feathered tribe abound, other something interesting and anm.us-! around.
riage and is supposed to be waitin.. And swift the deer run o'er th,, ing. like "Yap-a-hoo-tee" to th* Ban- light Oh th shl fi h''" r .
for some modifications of them. ground: nor readers, last week. That writer IAnd miler oons Imparadise thi., steps roam
In sending a copy of th-P new reg 'u- Where the Everiglaldes extend, (.orttainlvi\ serves a premium. Ii'.1 night That lan.'s th- c.,rIr,. *;;i ,)t
lations throughout his Archdiocese the Pr-ess'd by feet of Indian men excels Mark Twain a. a humoris" A land of beauty, virtue, valor, truth,. th hoie
Cardinal inclosed a small circular, di- Who fear most white chieftain's ir-: Husband, wife and the (children mnsT Iifetutor'd age. and love, exalten M \:N,)!.i\
reacted th-rough his chancellor, in Thre they burn the council fire. bring joyous lite to mnake a cheerful. youth.

Woman's Sceptre has Made it a Haven of Peace, Rest
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VrTEA Te attnt'on ,, the l.cOti:, wr.s en-
Marion Canmp No. 5C, Confederat, .i dy,, :i lv.": ,ilay \\-,.;r sa' in
Veterans, held their regular monthly the trial of a civil cse: I. E. Robiih-
meeting Tuesday morning at eleven son. atnini(t;-.ttor oW the estate of
o'clock at the council chanJer. Those ;%Valf;r Rjbinsc.... ain 1. ML'-
p. resent were: I. M. Graham. E. T. ton. It ws for ,' r' c,.,r- of a
I Williamn' T. D. Lancaster. V. L. D-: tra:cT of land ion F',,g ..ae. ne-ar Lak-
:to. Monthcl'. A*iinson, John Brooks. Weir. e.st, ad( by t'-< 'ate FP'...:
* F. WV. Blitcl., J. L. Beck. R. R. Carl- Robinson and dtede' lby hiia TO hi-
ton. A. 1.. Eichelberger. M. P. Frink, lrotj,'- \WaW <.. \. [ r ;. F.L
Frank Harris. WV. C. JiefforIs, J. H. (r1ct ('(.*isi i O( 1934 a; re nd wai

Livingston, ;'..

P. H. Nor'i.:.

Pripsi. J. D. U niw. V. N. e.kins
T. J.. Sistri:..'. (. C. S. tv i D. D. A
Smith and T. :N. Davis.
Chaplain liTT', oJen'-d ti' i m .I'e i'l
with prayer.
Adjutant Willi:ms readl the g','cr
al orflrs from thli division heiadu:-.r
ters announcing th" annual rounioti
of the (Con!teder.rto \(elrans at Pic.-

'Ion. Park- TraMTn.feIl of Laki-1; it:l.
(!(, 41 ~:e for ati 0mev g"en''ral, :
s v ii''-d('v shakinz h! n c '- v .
inf. xwt,ers :a').1 "'erv't*#-w e ('dca4'd hi-

\. -}.\ ,< L. it i- V I'iirT 1,>;
for It. Fb i. ('ha l tti,::rl \'a. :n s atn
T t( -d;.y. n (I w;!th t1"' 'V" |itio!i ,f
Ho)n. \x,,ni T!. IT'" ino. a 'a',o, iT)- ,'r.:v ',.- \\ i -:'rsi Ts t cr .i'hf'2
Orange I.: ', ciTliz s. ,w. in ( ';:]-. sc('',.o(, toichi's.s oily roi-tle w! -\
S on hsin,-' \\Vsdn'sday. was adone.

Mr. avd NMr: Sunmtr Broks (,; .'W Misi,-s Fanj.i and Cova io-s. t' i
twr were among the \-:sito s in O(a of M.,!rion eoilnty'ts best known scloe I
on Wednesday. Teach( r:.. ;,,rc s,'nIi.., .-c-.'' !... :.
Ocala this we-k with Mrs. ;. XW.
Mi'-s .lessie Ow-ns. far'xier. l('t (', l'fnal.
and sweet philosopbhr of Sp'rr. wa-
shopping in Ocala Tuesday. :liss M;ItTi, Pyles. the pr-tty an-i
--ccon:modating cashier at M-l'.'er k-
Mrs. B. B Rieker has returned to MacKay's big establishment, is spend
her home on Lake Weir ifte." -ptznt!- ing a few days at Lowell with her si--
ing several days with Ocala friends, ter. Mrs. B. E. Raysor.

Mrs. M. F. Me-ssett has gon, to :- Mr. John Gamble, a well know
( noise to spend the summer at her o',.1 Dunnellon citizen, was in Ocala Tues-
M.jor Thon.ts C. Hall of (Caine.- where he goes on bIsiness.
ville. Ga.. has i, .'n 1 11est ,of h:i-<
i -NIr. .1 1 \V .'S,I e vf- Y I fS'.
brother. Mr R S. Hall and tamily 'r .I,-r ,. S tvI.i :'k '
severall days. ']IO W '!'' u' F,; A ". .
S'vesl ray. i',r to, O ala for T1".-iy .nd. V
Now that iyou hae a l .ht don't nesday.
put a bushel over it. V', for .irgh1 .1
I M r. H. .\c(.'; ll,,ut.i; ;;' "~ i

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. Munr",, who hav\t a winter heme and orainw-
have returned home from Woodma;-. gro\-. at Candler. h9v,' iLa,:, to ti.i.
where the-y sptnt a v ry pl'asan: honie at S.e,*girl. N. .i
two weeks.
- \Mr. ;O(ori-e R. MKe;An has r,'tiui";
Mr. Robert V. Ferguson. one of ,ho ,- l 4!Ir o, a u .in.- \isiT t O C'i
candidates for county eommis-ion'r. -a.o St IAois. Boston. Phial.llih'1
was in t with the voters, s ,ral we-ks.

Mr. and Mrs. E. . Knott are n 1Dr. D. NI. 1llov'. \tuhwas st,,\ral
residents of Ocala. Th.y aie fro.:n das go oey th northern pa-
(lays ago called to the northern j~aa:
Plant Cily. Mr. Knott has a siTi s o professional bsie
(af the state on professional buisines-
with the n-w barber shop. trn and ll in li o;
h a z rt ur netir i au ;l i w i\' ll h e in L~ie o;

Mr. J. V. Barwick. who resided it, | til larlors in the (;ary ilock tola.
'his city for several months la-t -uiii-j
Smer. was registered at he ()ca'L M I Horn is n\ ail, q l (
r a ri Th strat l't. a.ain. anil while h*- is nO

(7. *~' Lila! IV ~ I..

Va: "n (i ~.- ax a!, t

s~th hiIc k.1 ito'i il(T'Ue

com-e cl' 1141 i hl'.rt- tor The i-r
oi in -s-:ti,atill.- "tue (castot HeO'

case of a bu'ill b oing f. und i'-afims:

JAMES P. PHILLIPS. CANDIDATE' Those who attended the picnic and
FOR TAX ASSESSOR peaking at Fairtleld rilday say that
i: was a great qu~cesa in the point at
TL- (i.~ f MNJron 'ocriitv thli~k inumbers, quality of speaking aUd
'.-i .man hb~s ha,! ,n -mfc' f;for ir abundance and rnagiiificence of thtv
T*v-:niQ 1,, should h- n,,-to read. Twt-nt% five att. nh'ld fromn
tIP \~I .~. (cala, andl all neightitring 1pr.- nets
th~wilal e ;O1't, sil -Ine # 4itm.vverv represented All the ('4 PUU?7y
Tiia" is one t'f tht. re-a-oy- 'Ah %.la-ii-s tid idj~a tet' twadi.' .;p-thes and all ac-
P Pi: i.'%%~ill tiewlcec'a\ a~st-wraa! quittted themse.lve~s wt-hl. but the icrea
in~ coe Thuii.g priamaryv. T ., N. 2 I' I e(h of'the day asv d.1 t ~ert-lotby
Pi.Iiip illk# ten,,ct (11#11;il ionI D icnct 17. Fli chter. candidaate
rV~~~~~~~ -sr..~~ o i!'iSt s4rIattbr The b'14t.
iers from O)cala *a that the -j*,%k
to1 ld %kill bh.. 'as 5ich a not~lit'lo, ipto-t hat tThs ch'l-
:L~; l.~g~e e~i iv t r'~t~ari ~~ toth tqiIvs amt &ztrl%.. Will iIA11
v.4~ :~ ~ r ~ i I ~ ~*~ .latmit it hlong after th -.- rob icnowg
~~~~~~~~~~~~i NUi'. .mi't, i'~ ~ ~ tij 'i ~ili V t(, -heir etirai.ii It
1'.iiJi Ti~.~!'. J(1i a~e-. ta la~ h~ :m th t'a i aiIi ,tifo~rik atins- ind ohid~t
,i~~~~ saI 1% : zt !'u hd1~t~a.'' b ee (mr-itt~J(ko.'fl fr hum ri-
t .Ii..i1 p. ]I' 'taort. ~'"i.'!I ~4b "h~w k bi-n warnilv t.o ?th. haril
1 z a Ieh 1,1101Cil(it 0.te11411 ~c'('lg!at'llato-4 hi h IIl'A;m11fttc t

niingharn, AlIa.. J.i one 9. 10 and 11. 1 IIrost '.11im' g il jO hk1ii'*' the N0i', a. l T P'-*- \ i P' 11db 14 t aasl f''ln Aangto%'w ol't
It was stated that extraordinary i rlai.I !t tole I 'i'.N* t. i~ dT' al(cli~r .~~4I ~rj~
ran'iiets i~'' ~ngmad t er'rthis circuit, llrt-ifrred nor To have an.I' ~~.h ~ ;j% g"h cti it jII E'.?i. 1F ;~a t .
tilil the e'. nu .andlto nmake tbh' thin,- to 0() wi~h the ca-#. olv 411 Too If G agk. J 1. FAa k' .1 1, Gailfg..r*
I me~flog t 'a!:hf a 1i1('ilorabl,- the local notor &-v whic(.h ha s 1), 1 r, il!. ''L?4'40! 14ofLit ,1 \-*r rri,,Iie'.i ,T
one. A rat: ()f mou' c' ben ecr ci llmeralrad la~- Thi re Wequ;Iite a n-anla' r 4.~ i~fbflg % %I'(t il pt.'-\r '.and lall tho. f In~1ir -rn iiall
Jing into th[,.t CiTy. Arsste 1 t(.'rcrobthe -rand j irv Do'-t1; ~r~ -'.t .~hI fa .~ i~
"a a *jl(1 ha ssAt(Lifv, but a conchi-ii('f hats n. )T 'a 1For Tax A ssesscr
11ofly 'C~ ~n~C l.a gtt4 bet~n reache-d.Vote for v -h t,v!, -4I1vra *
d a iig h -fer o t -t em r il F r sien h Nw il! a c t I r .\ lc s t \ii -i H M arrVrFt o

and FOR THEc'te wd d'..11'. o'i.i ang' ? r' benefitNEFT OF .DIC.KIISOiaN'~'74. 4?1 .~ '
an~1 ~ ii 5 IcI-;(-i''htJ. TI sir.'d,. 1 a AT- 0 .' Iit4 I., ki''i-o, f r te l
1 wiii. h- ) 'no'., ', ,.t p1;. ao 11,"' "' Ill), CHAPTER1),ri. ('l. a.. ~*'.p
( ii r a l s \ I.. I T I l 1 A I **.ci a *' tr 1. qIt o 1! It 1 ( j ( .It I'.' r* a t I A t o I r': * 9 '

st('Ii D. 1.A. 2; K .xm1 1). H. lr\'n- t,--..: I'c 1'iP 1 .'.' '4! ''? JS-144'
~~t *'a'~et' *' ga'*~TUhII i'. a Hi' HAR R OADS ) GRA:4TED TU ES -' :t..i a ('diV :I 4-I". ,, r -: .'1fv f'* a,-
.to ".iw annl :Il1l'r, Pi. I .. I -;-; air'fai t*ri at'!:
cal lo 1": vf .ol 1
(f-' uzi es. anid ami- member of iii I itt' ,Jn0'T Jor ft
C2!!d *> ~ it' '.~O IS a lele~tl'' Tb.' rmoot in-nj. *rt;(Inr Wol-k Jeiri
T ( I n as a hei Hfka-W at (ha' aI43'I.
t-41 h' 11it, o to,'d (if (olIIIIv coli1JIll. t-~i-OT l* 1 ' II:1 IIIv,.4
~44 f i ': j~ h~i '1 tt~e 114 ''e sa '.' U~ II laughter' !-4 tW, th' 4 'rntv i't,'
t-Is at tho i(r! sa'ssiflflTit sdav wa~s I i I.: a, ' \A'. .r'~'
(I ( I~ Ia Is (in l qpp li( )i on ,o A djut ant F. gr.!n ing .(f the a xtonsiou of what rTh t h .'1 a.1tt

T I IXi ms .k o w n a s the S im ini rtit'ld roa d(I ta i.". t I -IJ-.
('oni rade ,IJ'\ zaiL--.Toni) slge w5C (It hat I! 'lollview. and from Hf'lle-view to Can- Io. lg a'1,11 h;- I. a
a~~~~~~~ (11-tt- i iie~ofteean i~rand fromt('aiidlil-r to Lake V*pitue- ir. Iraz lT." 'I ,,,t j. SI-:, 1.a0g ',4
V atlIen al d ihat iii v'' ilin g '' mo \ ip H.Nmg t (r a ~ ~ o e "1011' ~~ t.r ut -a~- a
P. H. 0.A M. Gall,-e s (l e a d e-for adults anal t;%+-' 'a'iat-, Ir' ir Iai!r--WI litr lt* .1a
Itso Ir 71 ~,s-irdadr-and XW. H. IP-iciry were jI:iin'i. t
I 'ar-ed. 5 a(''~l 'olilm5iOs i to) lay out and su- The half of T, I:,) a<'~. ttt b :4 .a ITI W--: IWO' ''1'1 '.r
'9'',' "~''"' ''' ~'' thlit, au~lztf I\ V I.~ s'l~ .%- th.
a'jjj~at-' a' a ti~j ~ ''''' i pt'rin''id thie road frm o BiIelleaview it, il2 '.* .~ I'e P ..la .
t L heon' Iiiiialr'tlh ani eisr "I ~md cr.and Messrs. Rl. L. Matn
(if 11the birth ()I'.! eiil'Sfes l 1)'Viis will ii sO thuit TandaJ.PS.xD' a atbaitI a'.' s'11.11
Fraini. itythescind on J.n e ri Ia i'roa spa*Ar'iit, I it qlt#.v 1%. 1 'a.1! !tia ahi a111 1
(a *.'br~i el ii his ci'~~on .Jnnetlir.l c (onmiss'ioii to lay out the i'o'iHa -II*a 311*i a,.yw
hy thc D'ckis1! a! Paie' U D C .. al,,a'1q
by~~~~~~~~~~ t eDtir hper1 .C'alIofll andler to Lake XX'ir. u
I- I,'roveaI that MiarieliCn(ampl join th'f ni The county convicts will bo takemA''' i'Il*A'ft iilkiie4th
in This celebration, which was a ~r. ''.1-;ltImiBi ona(Iil becp'' DR. WALTER HOOD PURCHASES: ~er.g ut.~alnIt ~
a' iaglnrI PROPERTY -to dafar h authorities -thome
It v,;'a annlmlln(Pd that sinie t.'ii who asro' chargs-d ~ib. an oi e-rimth, of
(it the ~ ~ ~ (hat;' work on the exttensi( n orti' tI,. \-I. IPa a~taail't h'hel i h'mz.btns osa
L. J. Parr.Preui~'arcand H(,!a-a I..,tl ~h'''i e a'ai* h--0,ow%%ne~r out onalla i'n(as4iitet and lhoim~-fli uhim"
L. .. I'rr. li'.es reeiian nd H~. ATh,;s i'o;a fru'o Ocala oIa ? .t; eX i I'iO-'alKn'd tfa etii'-Werma hn erth'b'd
rv (c. (ates ha'. e died, -and ititling I'x* 10tIffit ,,f.(cow flit'--. bhut fillCW1' ( )tIiiit(! ,,iK m loTio tj~~i- W oa iti r th r 11i
marks on the dpath of Ithese eo.i, maiissioncmr: so,\-that ih Iaxg st num- I hill EI 04'(b''III'M-i.hIti by Xi1rj llavo'e' t f t hil-o .' e i-tkeaotv bw ring posts.
';e.-were made, ahldl the Itfl.'1OI>!.'1,(r (-tI'itizei~.id !141t, Jax e l will 'I).- ~ t islo ''ienv eIrLe The' tor.'e'odtrag pdavvimof the loommofly

co, 'litaj! tee wso i instr d t'I, t owh1' 11 i rw ted liv `t an .] the-ir I it is to hiel. Io I \11, H -(am a.%I.'A4t al, 1 ha, estacen rell.'atio-fly Imilifte'.I4 3441 by
s~jtle eoltjr h Ir114.l~aitrffl -lfa t~ te It'board of hoolmih, andl '1 14 up
sad n&i~les.o tq'deth'~ntl I I.e grn aiest good is dotie to Il' aa, IIae tl j a a.fT lit 'eI u'toi h 4ntr
said members.nuniber. DrI >, To doe In atthf'ripie t'.' allr
The death of ("oniratle Alonzo I PCIir ti, Ii .. 40 c(muitte,' 1)t the' 4 t~' eea':nr:11 to
Ila-4in also .alliil*'toand Ili.PACE-ROSS 114"141 1)' te' 1ll' d% 4 t*'ire'I.'nI.e il#i& ~cthatb

51rctdto dralt r1111t41'it. \pon hi'state te w'ntietl" (if :\iay. atrried
0(il''aI Ii. f ia t h, I.z- IT I- a tw'ia t 'i-riiq jbe:o att ) tha'
a ,'ms (at'the 1.rhde at 4 aite'x'. 'Fla.. Nil. iai a ~ -into oCff#t.'(t re'ilaoi t)' Phe-alth tow
FROM PROF. BRINSON .ah 'i.aC P''(t.uk-'~~ I'* a atpae ~ n'
iPb n 1iifit''a' oM i- PRESSING CLUB CHANGES HANDS uto
-%I--a Flivnyi alit(]Fellow ('iiizonv.; I F"rali~i i o

J U. .11 F- :, I T J 1 1 :1 U A* - % --
It is pTol.i.ilt that o(win1g 10 iNI
school duti-s. there will be a number
(ot' youl whom I shall not be able to
se,, before tbh' primary elections. 1',
is my wish to see and talk with ever
voier. but I have a large number of
stud-.'nts in my department at Rollins
'ollege from all parts of the state. :
nninbei being from Marion county
w'ho ar, on expense and dependin,
uipon me for their w'ork. I am legally.
morally and in hoInor bhound to takL
('care (f them.
It I do ( not get to see y'ou, I how,
this will be a satisfactory e(xldan'u-


-Xssurint, you that if elected to th.
s.1T)'riltteIIndeI nt's tlfl t fce I sh1l1l a in
ve.ry close touch with 'youll. I am,
Sincerely yoirs,

Mi ,,- F.oss attendaleai .--,'ha ,l in 'TI-
ci;'y several enrs ago. and iais a nunli
ber ot friends ,he-'e s wei as all (otr
the county, wheree, shte is well and fa-
v(or,-IlIly known. Sh.-, has tIaIgl,1
sc'htool in Mlarion countyy most s'ai
cesst'fill. for se\'er;l 1 ni4s, ;nal Ito
friends sh,. his in.idl' will he o-.. rr"
to le;:;rim rh t he' niarr'iau t;;k a\wa y t'rain: hiime. as s Ie will li\. if
.Ia.kson\ Hile. 'where, Mr. Pace has an
a excellent position.


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All The t1'.i r ur1*.q forF th'rr n-%% 'ttlm h-
Shop.,l('loc teolin the oldd r.-iidiinz 1'! 11''] r() NTa:. ..fr1M s Iavm m-I woi4 f
wri i ng I( i'O o t t wit I U i i 4 ~ M ia' L.;I* I' i Ai ;gti. -; I~t Aj ii t P
have arrived. anal ihex a*; i,-. ar th, (an 0 1 r 2: '44. .' I'IE' 'lo-, w 6 r.* $4.tn
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to, Tampa.

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M ARIL K~ Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, candidate Broward and Beard met at Pensa- -
:"* yiA~l\ HA~nlwL mwr*Readers of English literature ar2 .,.. .... .* .
N K HARRI r. Readers of English literature ar Ilfor United States senator, spoke to a cola. Colonel Beard charged Govern- It will be remembered that ti
V. LiwwvOr8864 fwinea^ Manqpr. -mla ihBswl ono
P. V. Manar. familiar with Boswell and Johnson. large audience from the band stand or Broward in his campaign for gov- i month ago, when the Courier Jo
Next to Shakespeare Johson was he Friday night. It was the largest gather- ernor had promised the people that! set out to try to organize with
Symost famous man in English letters, ing that has greeted any of the candi- if be should be elected that the le;- democratic party a volume of up
yet, without Boswell, who was the dates luring the primary campaign, islative 'grantees of the internal im- sufficiently strong to impress Mr.
r^^^^^DC^ ~~"butt" of those times. Dr. Johnson ^,- ,.s .>
would have been but little known.. The people were comfortably seate l provement lands should not have one an and his friends that it were
V< ^3 8 *Boswell idolized his hero and in his on chairs, and many ladies graced their foot of the lands or any division of of him to play Warwick than
TLlteyes the literary martinet was always occasion with their presence. Had the proceeds arising from the sale O its purple was ot to did
great. the weather been just a li'tie less cold such lands, et about two months ag t was weary of factionism.
\In this he differed from Editor L'En- the meeting wou have been in ev ot t n
gles worship of his hero. ery way delightful, e trees of the internal iprov- yearned or o-ashioed demx
Until Broward was comfortab'! The distinguished speaker was iinent fund had compromised with th brotherhood and an old-fashioned
Your flag and my flag, and how it flies seated in the executive chair he ec- produced by ex-Mayor Izlar in a most Louisville & Nashville railroad ratic victory. Mr. Bryan cou
today; hc ~ lrms h mivl &s e t ~ eue ob mr
In your land and my land and half th. acted no praise from his Boswell. pleasing and charming manner, an ich compromise the Louisvill so see it. e resed to be mpr
In world and way; As soon, however as he Bwcame r.Fletchr fully sustained the rei i Nashville received over 400..i acrol and, with good reason, because
world away; As soon, however, as he bpcarne Iii-M ofn thisue~ land and- overrin
8o0e red and bkood red Its stripes for- governor he at once became a great station he has achieved as an orator of this land and over $1:'.") in non- effort of the Courier-Journal rec
ever gleam: o a hi was a to his under the P rant which Govi c.
Snow rwhtitle and oul white, the g,.,ld man. segdhiaand his speech was a delight to his u l,, n a e.
forefathers' dream. He not only became friends Broward had. in his literatr an,
Sky bluqg and true blue. with stars thut Hentleca mefulr eb M r. Fletcher took tip all the public Icampaign sp-eches in 19,04. said th. Truly, Mr Eliot of Harvart h:
gleam &right; all intellectual equipment, but he be- t lis I n r rg to
The glrid guidon of the day. a sh.-l- came a patriot of the first water, and questions now engaging public atten- i legislat.ir hl no more right to mak ail on the head when he dec
ter through tho night, ide wom all other occupants of tion and told succinctly and in plain, than any other 10 nl mn in the sta. "hat th need of the time i pbl
beside whom all other occupants of tiongtfl and told s uccn tly and inepla nd tl:,T the trustees hadjipiil~ hoeialtepol ue
Your flag and my flag. and ,h, how the office dwindled into nothingness, thoughtful language just where lie I Gove rno hJn pa i ,c Thg arcayth pople by
much it holds' Just before the governor warmed stood on all these questions, and he Governor .Jenings $.5', per year a. practice, tn are one
Your land and my land st-ecur.- within, the executive chair, this is the way said he stands now where he has al- general coun-1l of the trustees of th, gathered together well inside of
its folds the executive chair, this is the wav waysa stooand whnef he was a- d r and k, too
Your heart and my heart beat quick- his biographer spoke of him: ways stood and wtLen he was recei- internal Lo uisville & Nasnl afa mn ey. to
at the sight:; i t e e endorsement and comSnd- i
uBn-1kidwd and wind-tossed, the rl "As a pure sample of demagog- ng the endorsement and commIenda- e Predaortt wealth strugglesie as
and blue and white; literature we call attention to a re- tion of Governor Broward. who very va i n t ni Sa court i, P w
The one flag. the grt flag, the flag f.or production in this issue of a campaign suddenly sees in him friend to the was paid by th. tru.srts an additional its footing and to hold its own.
me and you; n o-. $5.,.., for compromising the cases h,. rgated capital is confused with
Glorified all else beside,, the red anri circular letter issued by Governr or rations. had lost ascouns of .dator wealth. The three co-or
white and blue. Broward. It is demagogic because it The speaker was not mealy-mouthed hgo l, drh. o tre e o
---- Mv n appeals to the prejudices of the people. in his reference to the governor an i I trustee s in a contract salary ofrtrlehem
FRIDAY MAY 8 1908 n order to get votes. It Is demag told of his tran-actions In comproni, whiM(h latr payment was denounce nent are at loggerheads, a
FRIDAY, MAY 8 1908 in order to get votes. It is demagog-
"-'- -- ~------- ic because it holds up the whiskey ing the lands of the people with the as pure, simple. lgalizopl graft. sant executive seeking the pw
An enemy is more active than a bug-a-boo to scare the voters. It is L. & N. railroad, in whi h compron- Broward Attempts to Explaiano the cor e
L. ~~~~~~~~Governor Broward tried to CXeifbeiu.th corsilteRc
friend, demagogic because Mr. Broward ne-- ise the state lost 400.04)) acres andl o or B ti t e eliu, the cout
er engaged in his self-appointed cru- several million dollars in money andl the comproni.e by saying that the Ages. In itatly, the corrupt p
er------ engaged in his sl-appointed cru- .^ ^ certificate:, to th lad to the Loi- cal manipulators ^e their oppo!
Governor Broward has only himself sade against the whiskey traffic until the state, through the governor, pai- certificate to the lands to the I i- al m the oo
to blame. He elected his own friends, he was sure that he could not get th out of the state treasury several thous- vills anid Nashville ra pilroad haof tru been ty inevitably the corrupt leade
votes of those engaged in it. As lo and dollars to special counsel for its board of trustees. High Finance see theirs. Ai
Sand-olb votes o thos engaged in it As lon compromise and loss. and that these certificates were a lee- lash an, chaos. Socialism thin]
The recent sorms were very de- as he did get their votes in his va- Mr. Fletcher saiheknew exrislative grant. At this point Colonel has a chance, whilst the lead,
Stuctivte to the tobacco crops of Leon. rious runs for office, he was cornpla- inc. that it cost many thousand dod Bear- inrrpt t gvrn)rth would-be e
Gsdade seems to have escaped the cent and friendly. It is demagogic be. ask ,o him icf h had not knwn of of the people---f varyiug degre<
tomcause it seeks to prejudice the peo- that he had personal knowlt.-e those certiicat.s whn he ai hi ost zeal and go, intent
pIle's minds against candidate un-t o -t0nr
Some people are exhibiting whit? friendly to him by falsely identifying that Governor Broward dit not ha'v canlpaign ledg,'s. (Ao)rnr Bro'- rckle to every vagrant fancy o
thsmne:i h"i h a apaear,! tried toe Vda~te the question, b:Ii hou:r. sure-footedt stability and(
dewberries. We've had green black- them with the object of the associ this money: if he did hae a i lace Mr. Beard insist* that he answer. sighted starosmaship for the
berries in this Usection for some time. tions it condemns. Local opti re onnrt-y e raise,! tthn st ai rht Fia*iy t caviar totegnr l
-4LAke City Index. ulates the whiskey traffic in tis question: "How and where i theg'i- h ,r aid hat rr a r
state. In the legislature of rnor getting it?" He said that the caniipaign of 1'41h litid not know -* a .
Te St. Petersb`Urg Independent is Bioward sought to destroy local op- had very recently appointed a nation- what a grant tindor a eortifiate- was.
'r s. Ptrsburg Ineedn is Bowad sogt to *destroy *ocal De ^ Govern^:^ or Bowr, he si^ ^a:t. The ()re-Jo r~onal is a ,,-en
alimady finding snakes instead of tion y replacing it ith th dip t banker to the United States senate, Governor Browarl then saidthat
pebbleson Pinellas beach.-Lake City 'and that the strongest supporter in nited States irci tour had nt a rpiii(an and standing
InbeX. on e .eacheLak City sary fytr rIf Mr. ic lv nd suc- .-inavri'y of ir rec.;)rd., it will suI
ndex c yis in his efforts to passed hd suc- his race for this office is a national i against h trst.s o th- tik hadel )V Mr. Baiic
"---___ensare law. the right of the majority banker, and intimated very strongly isville andt NasBvlle- cas.,s saivya a r t -
A that the governor was getting his (so! onl Beard then ask, d him wh' as a-.tivey andt as earn-stly a.-
town in Tex"s has just had Ats of the people to choose wet or dr.,tatte "ero s etig '
fi nfall within a period of twelve dr ankr ai eec he hai not tak-n the cas to th hi-r-ir-ti i o inal
firut rainall withi a period of twelve would have been taken away, an( money from the hankers, an-I if elect-. anPlinir-(ouc,,lo rn l
Months, but it is probable that it dos ed and banking legislation became Ir -rtS. Go-ernor Broward a oinio -o r r a.
.t fer aloptio B .i noFisaryF how coudda would have had Gforty-fived GB that thy di( aIppal to the nitr L
fel as dry u m n loc alo tio co nte i nstea oftn Byn th e way. ard legislate fairly for th peopl.;- aids ^ ^ irutc our (fapp),ais 'YEV RY DA
tO~ tesuhensaes onie ntedo en yteSa,~fo h i~ .Y ,GILCHRIST IS GAINING STRENt
--deLatnd Record. who is W. J. Bryan who, with Mr while under obligations to the banks r .i)iied the Pensacaiion. -"and th'-n EVERY DAY
Brwrconstitut tes estate tenppalant-omroi
It is Mr. Flier's intention to get i perance league?" and bankers- dismis.sd rh appeal an1 compromi-. (nral GilchrisT is ih e bst
the lod East ^" 0t raiwa oHe scored the governor all along th,' ,1 with the Louisvillo & Nashvill-.. |,r this star.- has known sin,
pieted to Key West during the pre 0 -- EDITOR L'ENGLE ASPIRING TO line. He said that the governor wa. It was to lartha the rvertjr palmy e lays of Bloxham.
cutyear Over100 woren ar BECOME A PLUTOCRAT running things with a high hand an.l ,ild not wilt to answer rh!. <)sri,,n He mingles with people, without
tyrO0w ewas getting th, affairs of the stare in ,. to t hp conpmis or the .,.-nnuing- s.igi+etion of fawning upoa them,
present employed on the extension.---- ,. i r^-Ttn rhn
Volupsa County Record. Editor L'Engle is very sensative ,)t a worse shape than thy had i)e fee -Tamp~a Tribune. _;is hanit-cla-p denotes the g,
the subject of the ownership of tr-h sinc, the days of reconstruction. !~- nii; .... r th, d,,ifl "
sujc owesi ',* i~ r rieni rat^r hx nu thte. decei ft. n.i; ;"!l
"He who knows awl know that i tock of the ('apir al Publishing Con,- A WORD ABOUT OUR CONFEDER- /M ,)T:r::r. ", <:. v -2 T D r. r- te *xv. rs h hs
knows, is wise: follow him." Tha i l'any. so sensitive in fact. that he has D r!ut_ tv~r fi.w ,!ays hel,.as bu.i
azt client proverb. Th< modern ~r, -butted in to anwer q:,,s'ti;jns rlh ATE MONU MENT j ,' ..p ,,U, ,.y;v, .;,..., l. i^,_ Tan'. on the ;present tripi. the
-' it :,n~ :h...,." ;(!,, 1 : ;.,'; ... h,. 'a has m et :,n1.1t talkel with hi:n t
verb is Ilkeunto it. but s *m!.wh>at dif- w o^re asked of ?noTher p~erson. From Lake City M 1. l'.\T -. .'r.rv,. .,- ',. \,. v. )i > k.. fr,,-, i-' o;l h ,i ;r't ndal rith of n
ferent: "FVollow h'm whi kn,.ws an-l his answer we learn that Claude has ,, . .. __ 1, y .... ,-. .- ....- -. 1

muak^es good by proving." grown wonderfully as a man of affair I r,,'i 't )t'' hal.TO i,' ,- [,-..-, ..., "-. on f o h halt. rap:dl
in the two vy ars ho has bptn in Tall- i T am a )1n helnont to t. '. -o r' i r ,. ,,-" .,'" 1 ; .o ,a .t ro n t I'
John D. Robertson of Ocala is a can- hassee. let's s-,.. He was veorgin l o alludlin ro, him as "the n xt
(',nfeo, ,rato deadt, anit ihatt .M ri. EI- t, is ,-,0. ti. ,,,- .: i. ..v -
didate for delegate to the national con- on )bankrui)tcy in ,Jacksonville rmni r B "i i'in n 4or-'in
vestion from this the first congres.- ning from friend to friend for nioyiv io o or ga n.,.. The (NeraI is nor an o,'ator.
erection. No more g14allanit officer en-hi -i'? h ici
Ional district. John sure gets oir to keep his paper goinz. Then cam, tri -trt1! v- .p )-h -:r wirh sineiv
ton ,ii the service from Florida thai, ,,r ,!t 'r, ,r i,,.- h." ,t
vote all right enough, and we hope he the Tallahassee opportunity and in. Lieutenant Colonel Edward Bri anif ". truth and attract th tho,^htfula
will be elected-Su-t-r -. Times. two years he has bought $4,,0 ant Colonel Edward Badger of! ',, :-., -:.-- t-.o t h
---worth of ap al P li h n-a the 4th Florida. He was one of nv- I tilo h' h p:.i:i. )f ,ivI': ;t-:i.n '-in t. nrh siosm .
worth of Capital Ptibli-hingz Con~ipan-
ahbest frionls anil many weary miles t,-ach t h,, th L h,*T 1.. T-h1,at..r,11,.rn.il.th
Judge Arch Herry. a : fr.ir -andi- stock, paid off a consideral)le amotrnt ihe marh ee I sa '' That c, i s,- sstantially, oftl ,he1-
date for judge of h r- .r:-:, court. of the company's (dejbts, suppl)l)ortol and we have march(I tr I ci ,,nniv.t a l), of t;so .ar as Hw
notnfongoh ra 'inso fartas Ho!
and until recently f-st 'ri ;, I ofGov- sutained a nonpaying nowspap),r not forgot his kindness to ijnDe. (t an-1 di. li:'-, ra ar, )Ilik roh *.roih c,,,ntv is con-.rned is an
emor Broward. is out in a circular transformed "'a .crapheap into a mo-,!- Mv old comradte an'i mssnr.ae, I.. .r i hu-t ,,, r,'... '- -.h i- h"." .
(;raami. Iseeis omiand-'rof h-v~ -rither ~ts 'fL~.A 'i-r itred fatct. anl he is gaining. x
roundly scoring th g- governor for at- ern printing plant second to none in NI Graham. I so is conman(, r of th. hn th. rh ..
tempting to tote walor n both choul- the state.c andf is able besides To puticatp of v as t od by his Z tl ar- i.Ai, l, ti ," .' ,,!" th..i: i,,i- t vr
-- no, h+rolorsthto the t )a vtr
drs. What the govern,)r's friends up a twenty-thousand dollar certifiedl o li to the lat -nl th' :-n I qti-itn t<, his opponents. Ger
are doing to hm is a plenty. check as a condition to bidding on th,, The Confederate soldier w!l soon t- ,l 0i-N.10 r a.n? ..-r...n ,. -- ;ichris'. ay avoidance of
th ansi is *bl leiv -pass from the stage of action, andt few -.i s th" ", y .I : ta on public i"
state printing. It all reads liko e a r re aininls ihesanuesi
Not only in Volusia county. but fairy tale. ibut Editor iE tells tears 'eain in whdch he can rj,)ie''iv' r,,-v..r:e." :' ish from th man with whom he i
pretty much all over the state, the o. I in the efforts of the p-'ople to !pr t A !'"'r'-"iri t>.,;>;.. I ifnl t tii.' j ,,
prettyn muh als over t~he stat,o sth o,l himslf" and he swears ever an't anon uate .his sa rifices anj wl lir' !t ;> *-.,r. '.-- .tr, v ;..'.... "-.,,r. t,t,' l,:,:-" '" h v rs a l
hi s lf a d h e s e rs e e a no ," i,!e thatthea%\r ., anI.
factional lines are smashed into smith- that he tells nothing itt the truth hissacrificesan labor. c ras-hat of a esir for
ereens in the present campaign, an I he th :lrt g -cho.ers the hearts of the old ,t al > --' t -* r arls o sneior odc
If he keeps up) the present -aitw
the people are doing their own think- hll Florida a i to find that his life has not beon in t al iml-k- i It is b.coing more ani more
,;a l so n h ve ivlo ia aii n \ .-.IV S 1r ,z )th,,,a'l ,.v,, h!,;t,
ing and will use their own judigment i vain M 1.sae iar Tel.r,,l ;r.v.., ,lht daily that h will b' the
in making up their ballot on the 19th a irnews:,iaer man--Starke Tele- ,,, *- r an t i lra -
[gral)L., .f a : , i' 'x ,. -
inst.-DeLand Record. gra1 THE PUBLIC PRESS !.'.- I; : .,u ,1"., -,,v ,, t, ,.. :- thtagoenrheilstu a
BROWARD AND HILLSON ", ...... ,,..
Laban Martin. son of Ro.v. W. F. BOADA ,,f.r,,, .n ,,!, \., INt ,-,tI, t. 'tn(.n, d a mch higher oneF.
Martin. is a candidate for legislative ; k. .,,: fir ,v.-rr .: l l :.--, hart -anp Ev *tlen to in
In h,is s l)W ,ch in O )cala tho first tinlit, t ,f fwl, i:ov-r..nuil" 1 i-, '. ,,': ,r. _t t ~ ,s v -
honors in Marion county. Florida. loard th1a -- ,- U. rr s r ,.,j !ra)ast.n-T-nvia Ev'nin_ Ne.
nGovernor Broward said that he hal.
Laban spent most of his boyhoo l_ ......... ,-.,,.i, ,,- .



inion 1____
Br* First Case a Rash Which Itched and
wiser Stung-Threatened Ten Yems
king. Later With Blood-Poison in Le
ut to .-ut Both Times the Suffrs

critic 1
d noc
" not "About twelve or flfteen I s "0
ssed while living in West Virgini I a
t the breaking-out, and it itched and stung o
Sadly that I could not have any pem
lived t because of it. I saw three doctors ad
i they did not agree on what it wa, g
one of them aveme, soma-r thing that b
Called medicine, but I -ailed it a
t the water. I might just a. well Iw
lareti washed in rain-water. Then I got smeIB
Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment, mad
icit. Cuticurm Resolvent and began to -p
In better right away. They cured rw aad
Sfew I have not been bothered with the iek-i.
I fe ing since, to amount to anythba,
lock About two years ago I had I a agrif
:en.u.1 and pneumonia which left me with a
Spain In my side. Treatment ran it imn
Smy leg. which then swelled and
k~ep1 to break out. It got in pretty
shape, so I it to a doctor. He w
Ag- afraid it would turn to blood-poiw.
p pr- I used his medicine but it did no oo
So I sent for another set of the Cutcur'
inate Remedies. I used them three timm
go%- and cured the breaking-out ontl m g.
u ,Now I won't be without Cutxcur,
puis- J.F. Hennen, R. F. D. 3, Milan. Mo.,
or of" May 13. 1907."
v re-

rtuni- With Torturing, Disfiguring
rs of Humors, Cured by Cuticura.
I the i Eczemas, rashes. itching, irritation
ks ir nd chaflngs are instantly relieved=a
rs of speedily cured, in the
majorttr of capes. b
adlers warm baths withCut&.
cura Soap and gentle
S of applicant ois of Cut-
ion-- curs Ointment, the
f the i great Skin Cure. TbI@
Treatment permits res
'lear- I and sleep. and points
imo.tj to a speedy cure in the most diAtrousnc
ate cases, when all el.e faiLs. Gmuaro-
teed absolutely puir and may bp U d
from the hour of birth.
Complete Externi aand Intfrnal Tpetwt kO
Every Humor of Intant. ('htidrn. and Adulta &s-
)crat. i o CuUcura 9oap 25r-) ,t) 'o i air U, e.
Cutlcurs Ointntmnt (50c.) to Heal le UL -d Oa-
y th-, curs Resolt ntl (50c P. (or in tij,- for m-f r hornf
h orted Pll!s. 2.5e per vial of ) t,) Purifty the Bhi4
))por Bold throughout the world P',ser Drug (I
Oorp Sol- Props. Bostn. Mau
lrva i, M-Mailed Free. Cutcura Book on S" DUBO,
if i, -----
If Governor Browardl Is g,)inn to t-,
a big man he ought t. play the par,
j Now. big mnn ar- rart),n.ld in -v.r
GTH ,)n,'Civa'I ,l shap) and talk a' iru, n
*v.rv ct^nrc-ivahl,, manner. S:- .ho
ferocious th,. Ipr-.-.il,-ntr i-. :r;t,- t. at-
cam- p-ar. aird whtat u-ly thitig ar, )mi-
*>t'le ini. s sai'l about h jm. It was sj wit
1 M(Kinle; and it 'has 5,) with Cl, v.
L the landl. Even A lraham -..n(,;; ,,n ,.l n,)-
an l escape the shafts of *-n' v a:i.l ri ii
enial c..ile. B'lt we do no11 t:)tve r,) ,-ads ,) "
)olirt- jowII 5tatr for ex\jmp:.;s M'r (; \\. \\ii-(o::. e^di,)r- 1: c,-' f ,,f o t -.
Pn in iuies-I'nion. has ,--.:- .ICK i r
(jeit- iillont!hs and has b .Pn ulnr i "r '^i, ra.-
Ire .s ,. sI)P-ci-'li-rs-. But rh.'s 'a- n,,r p-r -
'h,)ni ;. .-'nr-'d the i),ersni al ,',.:a ,f '; ,-'ri

y b .. r Browarl frilm ,i.r',) .:i-.: h rum i.
)rila. all sorrs o, hi'l--,us sha;:.-- and ,, a
(;ox- all nmalitnr of s-pitrt-ful :iii ,tb')t
himun. Ytt few men in ths -- 'ti >n o'
.iir ;Florb'la dii mor, for th.- t- i:'ph ,f
an-~the democratic cause it, ('con'ri',',,-.:
tren- Jis time and his mon v frp,,v andl at
i-krl!a tinme when both were n,-.,-d.. And
then. too, there is Mr. Flagier. He
only has, ab)so)ltePly taken no part in Flor-
Isbo- iida politics. He certainly has lift."
i ad- ino)t so niucl as a little finger in th-
'ne:)rosent primary strnggle. His of-
s is '.-n-se is in being a consrnl(cti)onist. a
di-- builder, a proniote,-r, niakin4 a nill..,n
airal blades of grass grow "h.r..r r.,)ne ..v,.-
th: .-rew bbefor-, converti:ig wa-ts. an i
ban- wiils into fruitful fil.)- an i 'rcbarI.
talks buildling sea-going railrtais andi ho-
Hiari rels that ar the niarvel ,f an a "
)ffic'. that is prolific in marn .e, 'is h'ng.
aith. ver, the governor's or-ran n,,-s n )t
evi- hesitate to cartoon this sra,'.ifa.,
next frientl of the state in the i m)st -hamc-
urelt ful manner andi say all manner of
new harsb hin-s concerning him,. If- i4
than paintedi as a Mephistf)ph'.-s Y.. i'.
the has not caused Mr. F!LaI,,I-r t 'ot, i;t
1s. j( )cii;os II-cr or he s,-rniav ,' f tth,
P '-F. }{-' r*-';!1i ,.~ rh 'r *. .... r. .


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&Ku-W wwu0

B-il Cer. O la Bfmaer:
lrm tl Ly71 IS v;talg at the
SPo -P inmowr Gren or several
Th. II' AM idSdty hIel a
thimble party iN a t the hosm
ie ome mof Mrs P. Wemall. There
er efigvtp n uss pfm t, ad af-
ter comuiderabe wcAk was aerpnqbh.
ed they moved fro tbt veranda to
the pertmr ad dtatng room. where
light rfiflenmita were served. Mrg.
W dallU and her daughter, Miss Irma,
are heel ho-t-ses, and It Is withI
td raot that we learn that they
will soon leave us for their home "up
In York state." The ladles decided
to have another thimble party next
MGeOShee & Mayo have a beautiful
mew rfrgerator for their store here.
They are right up to date In their im-
proveeats aad leave nothing undone
that they CaR do to make their store
attractive and convenient for their
crowds of customer
Qtte a party went out to Jim
Shedd's. farm Wednesday for a pic-
nic. They took their dinners with
thei, a" it they did not have plenty
to drink It was their own fault, as the
rati ecae down very profusely all the
Miss Alce Polly spent several days
with her friend, Mis Creola Nix.
Several young people went to Smith
Lake Sunday for a picnic and report
a good time.
Mrs. Annie Dana has had a grave-
toe made for her husband, the late
Daniel A. Dana. The stone that will
mark his last resting place is made of
cement, which makes a good looking,
i erviceabe stone. The work was done
by W. W. Cowles., who recently built
the Belleview library.
Mrs. Lantz leaves today for Bar-
tow. where she will live some time
with her two sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barrett ani
three children leave today for tiir
home in Sanford. They have been
saying for some time with Mrs. Bar-
rett's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
W. R. Bryant was called to Ocala
this week on the Jury.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Gross went to
Chandler thi morning. We are afrai.1
they found the weather rather damp
for a pleasure trip. but the farmers
are delighted to see the rain, as it
wlU Jbe the saving of their crops.
Nathan Mayo expects to ship a car-
load of melons on the 20th.
The citiens of Bellevlew are much
phased at the prospect of the contid-
uatlon of the hard road through to
Lake Weir. The quicker the better.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Last Sunday was a day long to be
remembered by the people of our lit-
tle town. It was the day upon which
our Methodist church was dedicated.
The service was conducted by Rev. F.

The telephone between Irvine andi
Fairfield is nearing completion and
we know the conversations that will
be carried on over the phone will b
very interesting to the young people.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Geiger has been visited by several
refreshing showers the past few day.;
Crops are growing nicely since the
The prospects for a good tomato
crop in this section are fine.
Mr. John L. Edwards. candidate foi'
sheriff of Marion county, was in Get-
ter last week.
We noticed in the speech that Mr.
Gus Morton made in the court hous-
in Ocala against Hon. John N. C.
Sockton, candidate for governor of
Florida, that Mr. Morton claimed ro
be a son of old Marion county. He
must have been as the prodigal son--
wandered far from his father's house,
when he got over in Levy county. We



Scial Cor. Ocala Banner:
The long and serious drouth at An-
thony came to an end on Monday by
the falling of two pod rains, with an
InterM of two hours apart, the rain
falling in suflicent quantities to form
a pond around the depot. The last
rain was accompanied by the heaviest
hail storm ever seen by some of our
oldest citizens. For about ten or fit-
teen minutes it fell in startling quan-
tities and size until the whole ground
was covered with white, much resemb-
Sling a sleet of snow storm. Some es-
timate the size of the hail stones as
large as hen eggs, and some the sis,'
of a man's fist, but the largest woult
probably measure an Inch or more in
diameter, and fell with such force a.s
to penetrate paper roofings, smashing
glasses in a number of windows and
threshing leaves and small boughs
from trees until the ground was cov-
ered with a carpet of green. Horses
under shade trees were so pelted as
to become fractious, and with difficul-
ty were kept from breaking loose.
Children gathered buckets of hail
stones. One negro admitted that he
was "scared" seeing so much ice here
in the summer time. Fruit was knock-
ed off the trees and considerable dam-
age was done to tomatoes, melons,
cantaloupes, etc., and corn blades
were shredded. Anthony seemed to
be the center of the storm, radiating
about two or three miles around, ex-
cepting north, which reached not
much over one mile.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
We enjoyed a fine rain this after-
noon, which was greatly appreciated
by everyone, and only wish we could
have had more.
Mr. J. C. Dupree, a popular busi-
ness man of Reddick was in our town
Miss Dessle Leavengood of Ocala Is
here on a visit to her friend. Mrs. I..
C. Dodd.
Mrs. Winnie Reynolds, who has
been away on a visit to friends andl
relatives at Gainesville for the pazt
two months, returned home last week,
accompanied by her sister-in-law, Mrs.
The picnic of last Friday was a
great success, about the only one on
record that we did not have a rain-
storm. Everybody enjoyed the day
immensely, and the young people fin-
ished the pleasures of the day by par-
ticipating in a little dance at the hail
late thlt afternoon. They all congr'e-
gated at the home of Mrs. E. S. Smith
after tea and spent a pleasant even-
ing in dancing. Among those wh
were present were: Misses Rudolph
Myers of Irvine. Alice Yongue, Edn,
Gatrell, Della and Gertrude Smith of
this place, and Messrs. Whorter Yon-
gue. Melton, Stokes, Lohrig, Smith.
with Messrs. Roscoe Mathews, R. Chl%-
ty and Neal Matlews of Flemington.


The Florida Press Association will
hold their annual convention at St.
Petersburg today and tomorrow, and
a very pleasant and profitable meeting
is assured. It is thought that quite a
number of the prominent editors of
the statetwill be in attendance. The
program for today is as follows:
Ten O'clock a. m.
Call to order by President J. H.
Invocation-Rev. Dr. Thompson of
St. Petersburg.
Turning Over the Keys of the City
-Mayor H. A. Murphy.
Response--W. B. Crawford, (News),
Address of Welcome-Hon. E. H.
Response-Hon. W. A. Russell,
(Newss. Palatka.
Annual reports of President, Secre-
tary and Treasurer.
Adjourn for dinner.
Two-Thirty O'clock p. m.
Address--lion. A. L. Lawshe, thlrd
assistant postmaster general. Sub-
ject: "The Postoffice Departm-nt and
the Legitimate Publisher."
Address, "The Federal Peonag,
Statute and Its Enforcement in the
South"-Col. W. M. Toomer, Jackso'it-
Paper lby lion. Frank L. Mayes,
Pensacola. Subject: "Newspapers
and the New Rate legislation." Dis-
cession by C. B. Smith, Madison and
0. J. Farmer. Bronson.
Eight O'clock p. m.
Annual poem by Mr. W. E. Pabor.
Title, "Thi luck-Plower; A Myth of
the Middle Ages."
Balance of the evening will be W.
T. I. A. night, when the ladies of the
city will give a short entertainment,
followed by an Informal reception and

We had a very Interesting call yes-
te'rday from Mr. E. W. Irvine, candi-
date for railroad commissioner. We
have been knowing Mr. Irvine for a
number of years, and feel justified in
saying that if he is elected to this po-
sition he will do his very best to act
with exact justice, both to the rail-
road companies and to the shippers.
Mr. Irvine has been on the road for a
number of years and has devoted con-
siderable attention to railroad prob-

lems. His declaration of principles
will be found elsewhere in our col-

The county candidates made an In-
vasion on Sparr Wednesday and cap-
tured the city. Notwithstanding the
rain a large number were in attend-
ance, and good speeches and a good
dinner was enjoyed.
Dr. William Griffith and Dr. J. 0.
Baskin and several friends came up
from Dunnellon in the former's auto
on their way to Sparr, but before Dr.
Griffith reached Sparr his name was
called, and in his absence Mr. C. L.
Bittinger, editor of the Ocala Star,
who is a candidate for the same office,
made his speech for him, and said
more about his good points than the
doctor is accustomed to say about
himself. Dr. Griffith, not knowing
that Mr. Bittinger had performed this
service for him, made a speech for
himself, and as he says, got in two
speeches, thus getting ahead of his
A good dinner was spread between
showers and the day was passed most
The candidates, as has always been
the custom in Marion county, are
conducting a very clean and amiable
campaign. They do not throw mud,
but bouquets, at each other, and it
would be well if the state and sena-
torial candidates would attend some
of our Marion county meetings an.
take pointers.

R. Bridges, presiding elder of thi,
distrtet, assisted by Rev. J. G. Gra-
ham and our pastor in charge. Rev.
M. M. PONrd, and Dr. Cupningham The
Lord's supper was administered. Mrs.
M. G. Davis presided at the organ, an I
Mr. T. N. Sumner led the choir. Ev-
ery dollar that was due on the church
was raled, and them a most elegant
dinner was spread. Ocala was repre-
seated by Hon. C. L Bittinger an i
wife, Mr. K. L Carney and wife and
many others from Pine. Martin, Griner
Farm, Anthony. Lowell and Fairfield.
Miss LAle Meadows was visiting;
Mls Clara Simms Saturday and Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Grace visited Mr.
C. I. Grace Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Clara Grace and little broth-
ere are visiting at Pine.
Mr. Will Chappell is improving very
fst Miss Dora Carlton was the gue.t

of Mrs. C. I. Grace Saturday and Sun-
Mra S. Langford is now the
guest of Mrs. G. W. Ray.


The entertainment given at the Elks,
attractive club rooms last night for
the genefit of the Ocala public library
was an unusually pleasant social
event and those who were present
spent an evening of very much enjoy-
The musical program was very en-
joyable. The piano duet by Misses
Mary and Rosalie Connor was splen-
did. These young ladies are daugh-
ters of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Connor an'i
have recently returned to Ocala to
live. They are excellent musicians
and will be a very welcome addition
to the musical as well as social cir-
cles of Ocala. The violin solo by Miss
Connor was equally well rendered,
and the first appearance of these two
accomplished young ladies in Ocala
met with much appreciation.
Mr. Leon Fishel, than whom there
is no finer pianist in the city, delight-
ed all with his playing. He is always
heard with much pleasure by his
friends. It was a matter of regret
that owing to absence from the city
Mrs. Seligman was not present for her
number. 0
The solos of Miss Alice Bullock,
Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. E. H. Mote
and Miss Minnie Gamsby were all ex-
ceedingly beautiful and gave a great
deal of pleasure to their audience ana
they were all enthusiastically encor-
Mr. Albert Gerig, with Mrs. George
R. McKean, sang a very charming
duet. They are both popular singer-
and it is always a matter of pleasure
when they are to sing at an entertairn-
During the evening punch and cake
were served, Mrs. G. K. Robinson,
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and Mrs. G. r.
Maughs, being in charge of this part
of the evening's program.
Mr. David S. Williams was at the
door and took up the tickets and Mrs.
C. H. Lloyd and Mrs. Jake Brown anw
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig were on th.,
reception committee. Miss ILouise
Gamsby, the faithful and splendid lii
brarian, who takes such a deep inter-
est in all affairs helping along this or-
ganization, andi Mrs. T. T. Munroe,
who also takes a deep interest in the
library, constituted the general corn-
mittee and kept themselves busy see
ing that everyone was enjoying them-
Besides the musical program, there
was also dancing, pool playing and
cards, whist being played progressive-
ly. The score cards, dance programs
and tickets for the pool tables were
sold at 10 cents each, Mrs. Charle.
Rhtinauer and Miss Emily Stotesbury
having them in charge. This part e1
the program netted quite a nice sum
for the library.
Tle library entertainment was in
veryy respect a very enjoyable affahi
and was an exceedingly successful



On April 28th, the stuwtents of Bro-
nau College, Galnesvllle, Ga., cele-
brated "States Day." There are rep
resented in this college twenty-fourt-
states, besides England and Cuba.
The day was celebrated as a campus
carnival. Each state prepared a float.
which displayed the state flower, the
state shield, the state colors and flag
No state knew what kind of float any
other was to have until the time ap-
pointed for the parade, and when the
twenty-six fell into line it was a un-
ique combination. Some were dainty
flower floats, some historic, some corn-

By many the Florida float was rated
the most beautiful. It was a floral
display, well representing "The Land
of Flowers." Under an orange tree,
bright with its golden fruit, upon the
top of a tall pyramid, on which the
Florida girls were grouped, stood Miss
Alta Pearson of Ocala, Florida, pres-
ident of the Florida club. Before her,


For two days the grand jury, under,
the able and impartial direction of,
State Attorney H. S. Phillips of ths
sixth Judicial circuit, has been iuves-

tigating the case against Messrs. Jo. :
D. Robertson and J. H. Spencer charg-
ed with conspiring and procuring Ho-
mer Dean to make an assault on Al-I
derman Mclver.
In the two days a great many wit-
nesses were examined, and the wholi
affair was sifted from "kiver to kliv-
er." There was nothing left undone
and no witness who knew or pretend-
ed to know anything about the case
was left unsummoned.
Late yesterday afternoon the jury
filed into open court and filed with
the clerk "no true bill" in each case.
We hope this will end the unfortu-
nate affair, that it will be speedily
relegated to the shades of forgetful-
ness, that all differences arising ou.
of it will be harmonized and that
peace and good fellowship will follow.
In a little community like ours we
must all pull together and all be


The following program will be ren-
dered by the Metropolitan Band Fri
day evening, May 9, at 8:15 o'clock:
"Caesar's Triumphal March"-G. F
Waltz, "Remembrance of Naples"-
C. W. Bennett.
Serenade. "When the Mockin4-
Birds Are Singing in the Wildwood"-
H. B. Blanker.
Overture, "Le Diademe'-O. Her-
Flower Song. "Hearts andi Flowers
-Theo. M. Tobani.
Cornet Solo, "Love Me, and thc,
World is Mine"-E. R. Ball.
Selection, "Bits of Remicks Hits"-
I. B. Lampe.
March, "Happy Heinie"-J. f.
Lampe. A. E. GERIG,


The regular meeting of the Young
.adies' Card Club was held this wee.
A'ith Mis Ethel Robinson as the clev-
,r hostess and she entertained he.
guestss in her customary delightful
manner, being pleasantly assisted bv
ler mother, Mrs. George K. Robinson.
Miss Mabel Taylor anti Mrs. Joh-n
Taylor were the winners of the prize.
the former receiving a lovely white
;auze fan, and the latter a linen cen-
ter piece.
Besides the club members present'
MIiss Robinson also had as her guests
Mrs. H. S. Chambers, Mrs. T. T. Mun-
roe, Miss Goode and Misses Mabel anl
Edith Taylor.
The conclusion of this pleasant a?
ernoon at the Robinson's charming
tome was an ;ce cream course daint
;ly served.


Moss Bluff, Electra, Sharp's Ferry
And all places across the Oklawaht
river, have withdrawn all dates for
:he annual picnics and speaking and
have all joined forces with Lynne. and
will have a big demonstration at thai
place on Thursday, May 14.
Col. Robert F. Rogers is in charge
)f the dinner and that means that it
will he a big one. A great many wMl
attend from Ocala and some of the
candidates for some of the higher of-
fices are expected to be there. They
have all been invited.

Mr. D. J. Herrln, candidate for deo-
agate to the national convention at
Denver from the state at large, was
A visitor to the city yesterday, and
incidentally called at this office. M-.
Herrin is a great admirer of Mr. Bry-
an, but does not think that his nomi
nation is opportune at the present
time, and if he is elected a delegate

Candidate for County Commissione,
.ri'th District.

Mrs. W. L. Colbert aPi chldMm a-e
on a visit to relatives at Sparr.

Mr. Mallory Liddon spent yeurday
in the city.

Mrs. Mallory Uddon and little Ms
left yesterday afternoon for Wiator
Haven and Tampa.

Miss Mamie Taylor is on a visit to
friends at St Augustine. and will he
away for a week or two.

The north bound A. C. L trah was
three and a half hours In.t* yesterday
owing to a broken down engine.

Mrz. W. T. Cole left yesterday for
South CaroMna. where she goes to
spend several weeks with relative.

Mr. J. H. l ,ester, one of the su*btam-
'ial eiiizen of Panasoffkee. was a vi|.
itor to Ocala Thursday.

Mrs .1 I Williams of Homosana
is in the vity on a visit to Mrs. Jake
All Woodmen are requested to be
present at the meeting to be held at
the Forest tonight.

in the case of Homer Dean. the
grand jury yesterday found a tre
bill against him for aggravated as.

Mr. George W. Watson of LaklMaa4.
who is one of the A. C. L travllaq
auditors, was in the city yesterday,
passing through on the belated train.

Mr. Rolla Keating has returme4
home from Daytona Beach, whr he
rias been since Saturday. visiting hit
parents and sisters.

Mrs. Porney Lancaster is now ou a
visit to her father at Rochester, N.
Y., and from there she goes to V.
Louis to join her husband. and the)"
will make that city their home.

Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Stevens rem'-.
ed Shawnee, Okla.. several days aat
and are now delightfully domiciled *is
the charming little home that Mr. 8$e-
*ens had prepared for his bride.

Mrs. Will Carlton, who has been -o
ill for several weeks, was much bw-
er yesterday. Mr. Carlton. who is
riso sick with, fever, is likewise I-

Mrs. Israel
will regret to
her home on
wish for her

Brown's many frlemd.
learn of her Illnems l
Third street, and will
a speedy recovery.-

The candidates for county oBeva
nade an invasion on the peaceful pp-
cinct of Mcintosh yesterday and show-
-mred their eloquence on its tranquil
inhabitants Of course they were giv-
in a generous welcome.

Mr. C. L Bittinger Is so engrosmel
in his campaign for the legislature
that for the first time in some year
he will fail to attend the annual aot-
ing of the State Press A ocatesa.
which meets at St. Petersburg today-

Mr. Harvey L. Brown, editor of the
St. Augustine Record, and Mr. Jobli
Crosby, editor of the San Mateo Item.
passedd through the city yesterday af-
ternoon en route to St. Petersburg, to
)e rescat at the meeting of tbh












Cutafa of plutocracy
liAa ame we king to prevent
t H. Jeff Davis from attending the
f s8 D-e te N Oonmtveton as a
---=-*"-A- I They are assisted
ist their wrvy plot byi the "damnable
Ips of pef and greed" who coust-
t the -b@ldid prW that is ready1
to el ti wreteMd bestiality through
my e t blood.
for oimaelves we ay with Jeff.
*OLa tmwenms of plutocracy bowl."
If the Denver Convention is to nomi-
at Willlalp J. Bryan for president
the ablest and moat eloquent exponent
of Bryanism in the soverign State of
Arkansas must attend as a delegatc-
at-4arge. No "pampered, silken-robed
scrivellUtag set of conspirators" can
exmelude Jeff. He is the on- best fit-
ted by training, temperam :it, expec-
tlnce, scholarship and orate.,y to pre-
seat the name of the Peerless Leader
to the Democratic National Convert-
Jeff Davls's faith, like his socks, Is
true blue. No longer ago than Friday
he demonstrated to an entranced and
spell-bound Senate that it was Mam-
mon who had b en "erecting a nation-
al banking system contrary to the con-
sUttuUton." It was likewise Mammon
who "inspired resumption" of specie
payments. "'It was Mammon, sir.
who bound and gagged the people hi
the galling bonds of protection," and
"who but the God of gold demonetized
our silver?"
Jeff Davis Is the bryanest kind of

a Bryan Democrat. He is Bryanisn,
In "the quivering flesh" that Journal-
lstic vultures seek to "gnaw from ni ,;
stiffening limbs." Jeff must go t,
Derver. The man who stripped the
mask of plutocracy from "a polluted.
besotted press" must be at the conven-
tion to nominate the man who pre-
vented the Money Devil from crucify-
ing mankind upon a cross of gold-
This Is a most "scurvy" way to
treat one of the most heroic figures
in our modern political life and we
humbly protest against the World's
sarcasm. But as our vocabulary of
expletives is too trite and limited t,
do the offense full justice we refer the
matter to the Pensacola Journal and
we hope that its anathemas will lb-


Stephen Russell Mallory was an
able man, a learned man. a patriotic
and a good man. He made an exce-
lent senator, and of his service the
records of the senate bear witness.
In conduct and character he real-
ixzed Blackstone's ideal of a good cit-
Izen. for he "lived honestly, hurt no-
body. and rendered to every man his
He was punctilious in the discharge
of every task. The whole senate re-
spected him highly, and by his inti-
mates he was beloved.
He was always modest and unob-
trusive, neither provoking nor giving
offense, and he had no enemy amongst
his colleagues. lie was as manly as
be was modest, and in debate was as
irm and assertive as became the dig-
nity :: :is personality, and of the body
to which he belonged. A certain re
Alnement. both of appearance, mait-
ser and speech, indicated the instincts
which make the character of the gen-
tleman. The cleanness and chlarn,-..
of his mind were Illustrated whenvr
he spoke in argument upon this flotr
His positions were chosen with wi-
doa, "is views were uttered with p)re-
eision; whatever he thought was so
succinctly and forcibly expressed that
none failed to understand his meaning
or to be impressed by the force and
earnmestness of his nature. No man
could ever question either the propri-
ty or the Integrity of his course, and
bhis good name was as precious oint-
ment.-Senator John W. Daniel.

Investlation of the fire at LaPort,.
lad.. which destroyed the home of
Mrs. Belle Gunness, and in which she


Governor Broward certainly shows
very little appreciation of the servic-
es rendered him in the past by Hon.
D. U. Fletcher.
As long as Fletcher neve, sought
office for himself and supported the!
governor for everything he wanted, he |
was one of the greatest and best men
But as soon as Fletcher gets in the
governor's way, he is, in the latter's
estimation, a corporation tool and
hireling whom the people cannot af-
ford to trust.
Colonel Fletcher has heretofore
been a loyal and valuable supporter of
Broward in all his political aspira-
tions, and It is base ingratitude for
the latter to attack him as he has in!
his campaign document.
Col. Fletcher is a better and abler
man than Broward, and his friends all
over the state will resent this uncalled
for attack.-Gainesvllle Sun.


"My vocabulary of low down words
is not large enough to put mie on equal
terms in a contest of this kind."--
Claude L'Enggle.
Here are sonime words the dainty lit-
tle fellow used in a recent article:
"Beast, mad bellowings, coarse ani-
mials, Hunn and Vandal, savage," etc..
ad lib.
Now, by the piper that drew the
other rats out of their holes, what
could Claudy have said if he had ust-I
his full vocabulary?-Miamdi Nw.;-



Many of us have been at a loss tC
understand why the Governor of Flo:'-. U nGt- R1E Gur eAYCF 0 E
Ida should appoint Hon. W illiam lHatll In the ,1t of r-.iii ;lI IA,,l .i dilitit'e ft!e ; ::, t <;1,or,. (;i'ny is being
Milton of Marianna to th-o Se.ate. but wi'lyi ,i., i:.,;d i i r 'ihe, ','.il -'i r: \'." a,.: i. \v.,\ gviii;it..d from
oil ill e Hw ~ lhC9:i nil tiisek :I s' *'ill I Irv~irI Law school,
in his speech the other day at Lzak'- i'iCV ot,., .' i, l ., a t, k : ., ,- i rvtrd I.w school,
land, he fully explained the whole It:r't i,.; ,f'r i ,i ': i 1; i.'ill I :ii li : , -'--'': r: o- )ela-
t: 9ir,, 'I-7-.-i. ;!i ,d Li -,., tor t',in t-i! -'. ', s' *-, i, [" lvtr of the
transaction. lie said that \N h 'I M;l- -# l . t ; t :t -1 ; !-
Ih'-inio i;':j-i ,:;i, ;,* l' l;' .,', i it l it'M i, ,1 : :i s' i' l v!!.y high
ton "had stock in two national b in! protect.ive,, ;!1,,:i W!s1 t.; .4 AIe *,l i ;i .iii i.. 4 ''iIs"-I) lsS ndl of
he also had- stock in three stale thle S ,"'li- ih .,-: l '- (-) : lilt!l --il oil illthe s tiln. y-;ir 'li l:.ii i :;. it 'ie anthracite
banks."- J.lacksonville Floridi in.. .trlkt (*it- : :-iti I'_.r t t'' :"u : ii stI II 11itniSSiOnl
!!( ;> ;iiii ". i' : x i, r !.i: ~i ;0 i ( v ; ": :: ** < s Ile is nlow
DUNCAN, THE DIPLOMAT n t pttIe' ,,; i'.',. ':' 1,'*, ):.:,' <.,,;;rt fot :;ir',it' ;: ia'c.d in accordance
~ I w 'l'i ii> : ; *' '"' J .S ilhe 'n l' iteld States court
Duncan Fletcher has alvw-: s i'.,v l n -, *I \,' i .; '(
a superior claim for dliplom: acy, b'ilt I - . .. . ... . .. .. . ...[ ..
right now he is letting the "(,old D('U I-on, Johnson. has l u the control o' Ritil 'r (rf ,,,. in ;i r('.uet intei-
Twins" do his work. Broward, .'art thle deoilocracy in 01!')o. 1 i- w .-il. ,,lis a I'pt thia
and L.amar qre eloquently itl!ing (tf
--, ., lit- I was omiiig to New \ ;;k !o 1'.a,
each others short-comiings and 1l' tLch- Senator .Mlilton's first speech inll thi line ,ig i ,; .o
,T- ^- 101 n ionZe t hie ieliai'oer tK da s -'''' ff: ii s 'ii
er is reaping the harvesi.-Jlackso'- Unit, d States senate was anll eulti. h t
le Florida n. on hi l xfiat sHate.
ville Floridian. on his predecessor. Hon. \V illia i i-

Burke Cocdran said a really good
thing in the house in Washington the
other day in one of the sonorous
speeches in which he delights. Charg-
ed with inconsistency in h'is political
views, he said that if he had to choose
between consistency and his duty h,1
would not hesitate to be right even if

inconsistent. No public nian
vate citizen can be consistent

or pri-
all his

life if he has any real brains in his
head and real courage in his heart.
the viewpoint is incessantly chang-
ing for all of us who are not clams and'
oysters, and the logic of events is con-
stantly disproving our wisest conclus-
ions. Carlisle was right when he said
that consistency was the bugbear of
small minds, and old Alex Terrill, of
Texas. was even nearer right when he
said it was the philosophy of fools.
The man who never changes his min.i
o,!ght to be put in a glass cege andi
,xhibii.,d as tha.i gl''-:ttest of freaks-
a mental ptriiica'ion. tHe is worth
less than a cabbagehead in the battle
of llfe.--Pen:;acola Journal.

The ('ourier-Journal \%as very vo
ciferous for Governor Yon Yonson or
Minnesota, as long as Colonel Wat-

James Bryan.

Senator Taliaferro has been qui,
busy of late. lie has made several
set speeches, and has done adlnirabll
committee work.

The firm of Innian & Co. of Augus-
ta, Ga., has failed. It was supposed to
have been one of the richest firms in

The New York Herald has made a
horoscope of the political situation
and nominates Bryan on the first bal-

The police of Washington City havvx
asked for the arrest of Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth, the president's daughter.
for running her electric auto beyond
the speed limit.

Miss Lucy Lee Call, (laughter of
former Senator Call of Florida, has
accepted an offer for a five years'
contract to sing at the Royal opera
house in Dresden.

How long should a man hold office?
As long as he recognizes that he is a
servant of the people and that th.
office is not a private snap.

person was alone in soiundling his bu-!
gle horn for him, but just as soon as j Col. Appleyard's candidacy fo,-
other newspapers took up the refrain -i comptroller is b-ing boosted from )n
and began a distinct clamor for himil end of the state to the other. Ther,
the Courier-Journal dropped him. Bui:, Iis not a more popular man in the
then, "U'ncle Henry" is getting old, state, neither is there one more (con-
and old people are liahle to do IhI', patent to fill the comptroller's offit-.
queerest things. If Colonel Wattr- ie lived in Monroe county for mor.'
son had kept on sounding his biigl,'than a year. and our people have not
h1sat thl VItbrnnostitoli ,itht h, '..'. foralottpn him--Kev We t 'iti.-n.

Th,1 eruption of Mount Etna con
tinul's. accompanied by nuoi'iomi
earth shocks. The detoniations ha\
terrified the peopi)le living in ilie vi'
lages in the vicinity of the ivolcan,
and( they are camping In theo open ai,

Hon. John WV. Burton.of Arcadi;L,
who declares in favor of Bryan fc
president, is a candidate to r[pres,en
this congressional district In the' n.t
ional convention. The Herald know
and appreciates Col. Burton and wi,;
take pleasure in voting for him andi to
John D. Robertson. of ()Oala, buth ,:
whom it cordially recommen,!s to th
voters.-Punta Gorda Hleral..

Ex-Governor Jennings nmaks ',
statement in the Times-l'nion in an
swer to the charges made against hini
for receiving additional fees ut lth:
than his stiuplated salary as speci:'
attorney for the I. I. fund. 1He say
that the litigation ivol 4' 1 six iillii,
acres of land grants and (a I a r.
amount of money, and til:tat hi;1s t'<
was a reasonable one, andl will li..
v^O-r AC*lrA/ h-V 71-1*l~ A-f\ ^\ t l-/ !,VL. ir '- . .

T ilt-1 t 'l'lill tk.-H- 1 1 i., *.. W ill
THE STREET CAR TROUBLES Ar Ilin\ s'.i'lral inir,'',-rriti u :.i- ftr Sit
PENSACOLA irdal's e-ntt'rtailin.lir ra. ','n rh-114 l
-- '".\t rt.-. lo 's .tili-,a ?!.,i ,f l .i h-
The trestlit' of the Ptnsf icoAla El(('- pfl;'s;inr Si, It'f ;i S.,. i r I.f..'
(ric Co' ipanly overspanninig thle hi4 T"'hI I);iih t'hr- af h:, '',ri.".,rt0
bayoU was set on fire Stunda niornliii 14 i r< ', ,; f ,r : '* ,t "h' ,It A '4
atiad it is believed to be the 'irl)k af r''ei!I -' 1'0'),!. -' i' i ;.. >a a
strike s ninpathizte s.,z o., ti!PO'.
Se'teral stringers andI a ilniicr 0
crosstles were [i urtL1' oul OUT, lial can.- Mr.. (;o frr,.,v caa : a i .' t .)
w ere tlhus prevented from r'ti7iign ",I hL 'i' i ,'i i ei.. :,* '.- 1 ,
the laay shore lines. W ork of r'-jiai: !-i! 'i,,,, ., a... ,''* ",i* ix
*ng the damage was b t)e-.it at t,.-'1' : e s1 Mrj
and was compiletod Motnilay. Mvei's' ioth.r. Mr-. E i,,rl 1t4m r I r
The stuning of cars of the ElectI't'or' a," ;,i ,. it-iin t > I': .-,.p.,'ll
Co')iitany was re-im d Motnday I' '.' a ii' 't .. i. .. .i '
strike s lympl)athizers, and t'Sihlt. ,1:.. :irrt'',i of John Bens)on. A cai. M '-. I,.,,- r -,, i,.:, "
soii t th otliilal ipasst'd the mark ,'T. i\ .-.

t k L I 'A L;' ;.n ,' I N I S \I . ..- I I
front of which Bens.mn was standint- .
\ '
anld it is alleged tirat h'i hiirled ,: ,i r' A
brick at the motioriii. .in.
The mo lltor'van inmneliately 4topIl"e 1' '
the car. and with ih ( conti(.ii(or t T .' '
t 're1 telt -oai, ii hoM inlg hl m until ul. .' a x., l-,, .' .... ,
arrival of the police. [Ir .. ', .'
t! h .ti '( t, . < \' t *
Taiki g ,of marrlaeo, it has be';'i I","' ,, in' '- tw'. -, ' -. ..
.- i'1 rthat many of tCe harpie-t nl:a:'- C, 't .,, '. .
iagts iare those whit re the ,\ife is ni> h., '.,
.t jiifil. for this reason: A plain !i! 1 -
itl"n taloes the fI'rst liilli that asi The I M ,i', ..i . w '
her, and thinks hie is v, ry ,o, 1 4,, ', r V ,, a :,Tr ,,f M t ,-.,'--
ia.v e don-' so, and gt,'ieraily she is a signal ht:'el n;.in \Mr ii, ,' sn 'h-
'001 hoiisekeeperr and cool1; while l i, .\Imntriav .t "r:,, ; i .
prettyt y sister will pick and chioose,. ani, : ','rs an I -i:i< hA
:il inost miss he-r chance, then f dn( ,. oh:ir., ,f h st i. I" k' i '- i Il I t h
'aking th', wvorst man anl am ig li'-l oi" .,ri'1l'- .-\s 4a 1i .a- '-, '- ,
'rs, and conmparilig him in h'-r O()'A in .IJiks.,i. ,', 1... 'A ; ,'--.1 v
'niuinl with what she nigl:.t 1ha ive i',' hi:- 1% ., at T,I La o l ,' i.1(
-East Coast Advocale. rlg, ; .. .
-- gh~lr ar I.-L. -
'ave never darea! st tidl up fort' thi
.'iglit against the w on v: yo- l;'. ('.,;. I a fi ; ,
niover dlar''( l de'fenl your ,'wn i ih i "',h -,;,t' ,
ipainast o!>pression. l!atl y ,ni ,i an )y of these things you w osu l ha.v,' ,11vi It- .*\ t ',,
'neuit ies. Evenn if you hasii dlaone T )an ia d *. < .,. g W
,tf these things, but simlily achie,\., -.lT'ia',,' ss ',. . ,.
i little nmora success in y oir b;isin I I 'i -. ,
Ilan y ir n neighbor yt oli wi illdl ha\ ,, 'i ,!,. .' ,a. ,,*
n e ellli., for failure always liat-s s1'.' f ', i t. \ -
-s, l'he iman that has no enteI i eis' '-r *h, ', , _
h1 ,uld l)e ashamed of it.-(o a lnzaile-. ":" '.; 1 : 4.
'-'xas Inquirer.

I tgatiic .' l Ii 'Jt _L t A LU ,' (i; i .' m ' r
the state. Th- Journa '
..k-: "Shall W illiai1 .J1 1ry 1n a,' i- \ i i ,. ,
Thei actiivity of the Pn-'acolda New tHenry M. Flagler be the controlling it.- Vt: h: f r ,,. -
in Dadle county polities has been no,- fluency in Florida?" That's .:t.v r,,,n.vy f.r -h .
eod. and its reason is not far to s eI. Neither. The people should be til riP If. -- ,... , -
(I do not know," as Claude L'En-!, controlling influence in Florid, an I rI'aty f,,r -" . ,
would sqy, ''l)ut I sulspect" that th they are. too, if the Journal d!id l 11,1 ta > al r- ix ,,,, ,. . '
News o. w,.0 its present existence oni kn.TI.'.v it.- MNiani News- cordor. r,,n h, i,.*' t, r. I
the part of F. M. Hudson. R. lludsou The Journal is making itself j'l.t :a ti 1,1 rn -:,., A .
Bhurr and N. B. Broward to have a'i little bit ridiculous. ir i- ,,' 1. ,... ,
administration paper in the western
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People flocked to California In Mrs. Seaman and two little boy
search of gold. Only a few out of the who have been spending wvm
many were successful. The many months in Ocala with her father, Mr
found themselves stranded in a Sol Thrilling, left Tuesday forthe
strange land, and were compelled to home in Pennsylvania.
turn their attention to other things-
It was a question of "root hog or die." Mr. Elbert Mills of the Staadarj
What is the result? California's con- section. was in Ocala Tuesday, am
tributon to the wealth of the country, purchased a very nice buggy f
besides her gold and silver, is as fol- Messrs. Knight & Lang. which he wid
lows:present to his two daught-rs.
Citrus fruits, $20,00111)904; drielI
Fruits, $2,050,o0o0; nuts, $l,0 7,25 In the Citrus county primary, whicu
|rut 000; ut, ;,0 was held Saturday, Mr Vat.r Wau
potatoes, $175,i00o; honey, $150,1 'o, was h eltu d tr War
olive oil, $5010,000; olives, pickled. nock was re-electd. ('l.rk. ,eatig
$425,0)00; cauliflower, $15,000); cat- ou r yonng friend, Mr. Elirt QStove.
age. $150,000; tomatoes, $15,20, dfIt is the young man Rho i abeto tri.
melons, $12,000; vegetables ani u imph over lfeats that will l
t fruits combined, $5,0uo,0)o; grain, $. ,- winnrn th long rn.
UOl,OU0O; hay, $3.677,360; sugar, $,- Mrs. B. T. Mayo wo.nt p t JUp
:;9:J.GuJ; wine and brandy, $,73,15, soville ystrda, -an hr chll.
isoailleyeste-rday. le-a%,1n4 he-teil.
beer, $1.,,.,. ; cannedl goods. $1, dren .-rwith their ranlmother.
l,,o; bLutter,. $1.5 ; borax, $1,- Mrs. Mayo will return to Oa;la Sat.
-'- -.uu"; cheese, *.' ou try u lay aid will r nlain h. r, for psom
$ .5 <; eggs, $75alf't" ; pork, beet. w ,el I l nav'r. afr,.r wvhich hr anh tb,
utton, dressedg ), "" and th
lttO ,dressed). $ ,,0 U.*0; frs i (hilr('n will go( to r)! ,, ,raintain.l of
fish $45 0.0 -i d ,h ,, su m e ,
wool, $150, 0; hides, $t;0.>il; terti fort
izers, $650),.il) U; gemIs, $: '>it.Qatl'; pJ-" As %ill t b +.tn rr'tii ,t jtirji n)ij c&
Lroleuml, $2tt,0i0<,in';, ashialtulli, $2531, .nMe-lit in another col-iiiti of iatx- pi
*,')0; lime, $410,!.>0t); salt, imiiin'al wu- per. Mr. 1. (J lho'.vt!"Ci. t' i;t,,r .:t h..
iter, lithia, $17yu,)Uo; Ceiment, clay, )ad, ('ityv Star. s i 5 ii a i r' at ,1r ,'!-
brick, limnlestone, santistoli, gn'aiit*'. .,g^ale at larz,' fr r ii n'.r '.i ;t .
$1l,73li,s lantous nianuflitactir-e1 pio' icts, i !, Mr. Bewd-l'n a lar'.;. v'',. fir,'nii r !i
aali.lu"1t. Total, $145,1Gi,q;a ( oldI alii (loil ty.
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n erO rVIR Cal D. D yr. MRun bo tny- INSPECTORS AND CLERKS OPENING OF THE CIRCUIT COURT State vs. Wesley Nobles, selling !1-
Dr MAN_ but.ug to repesthdthe har s supply, bu Appointed to Conduct Primary Elec-. quor without a license.
L to Yesterday had been success. tions to be Held May 19th and The spring term of the circuit court Sta vs. Dave English, gambling.
@row Prw-ctio to June 16th, 1906 convened in this city Tuesday mortm- State vs. John ONeal, murder.
Thn in so Yea_ Preclact No. 1, Box 1-W. L.Ditt, r Ing at 10 o'clock, Judge William S.
Ve e Time in O Yr THE OAP-NUT TREE SEED Baxter Carn. R. A.Carlton, inspectors; lState vs. Ad Alen.
~~Cmattve fin InsanityAdmAen
__ well known In the med- -- (lyatt. clerk. rd .State vs. F. D. Lghtsey.
Sr Atthe beginning of the year 1905 Box 2-D. A. Miller, J. A. Pittman. The sheriff called the following:
and a few other per- theheisherifHon.lledIthpefollowin.:
t'R i in the reptile house e Hon Mr Kidder, then United Sistrunk clrk. Lit of Jurors THE CURSE OF WEALTH
Precinct Not. 2-R. A. Boyd. J. ;i.: M. Fishel, L J. Hooper, J. P.
Zoo yesterday morning. States consul at Algiers (Algeria) pub- obbitt. 4. Carn. i inspectors; R. Smoak, A M. Anderson, L. F. Ballard,
"S l~ Tr Wrl.Kepr ise arpot nth .Mv'auley. clo-rk.p Smoak, A. M. Anderson, L. F. Ballard,--
Wtge York World. Keeper lished a report on the soap tree in- Pre .inct N.,. 3-w. D. Mathews. F. W. L. Jordan, J. E. Bargannier, Thorn- Th seems to be an norgaied
lanceheao viper, thT. dustre. He described the tree as fol- I). buoitzrk.
fllknowne viptier, th, dstr. He described the tree as fol- u. .,Emoak. J. K. Mixson, inspectors, as WV. Dillard, J. K. Mixson, George movement to prove that Americans
of all known reptile "nracted s: Algerian soap tree ori- Pr-(cinct Np. 4-J. F. Parker, J. H. Simpson, J. T. Hutchins. H. W. Net- not only do not worship wealth but
of tea wndetat mkirc. J. L. I ,. Huilgens. inspector-;; ties, G. F. Hammond, R. A. Hogan. F. that riches are a cure and a disgrace. 1
serum from the snakes inated from China. an- has been pro- C.4 R V,-al. cl..rk.
Prru from ther snake s U th t-ein.t N,,-,-J.1 T. Hutchins. We.i- J" Titcomb. W. R. Bryant, Noah Me- Sento Bailey so strongly resen I
I nmarvelousowperatiof ga tpagated b Y seeds exportdgiven frog. hat Nbl Jhn;,,N -ttlesinspect-Rae, Jack Blair, G. w. Ellis, Georgs the report that be is a mlliairt that
e envdluable as a remeyidus utilis. The tree is ornamental. Pr,.cinct N... 6-F.I. Sparkman, o. M. Blitch, W. T. Strickland. J. T. Hall, he offers to sell all s holdings In
Sinvaluable as a r anetiv I). t,,k,-e. WV. L. J,,rldanI. instptor.- G. ,V. Brant. WV. C. Smoak. George Texas except a 600-acre farm for
tlKtfent of insanity and sev and re'ihe5 a height of fifty feet. It H. A Ib,. cl-.rk. Pse. . soa rt $. wce ge ar
of m tal and nervous af- begins to b-ar fruit when six years Pr.cin.t N. 7-H Dugls Pasteur, F. v. Bishop. W. E. Martin. .", which he will give to charity .
tGfi tm tel. ,rg.. fluhl. J,,in G,,i. Insp, ctors. J- H. Niathews, ~J. W. Cobet Mr. Bryan's self-respect was so hurt
eIt is the first time the op-old The wood is close graine.l. takes. TJr. BJ arne..cBh 1-r. Twshxceto JH o a Mathews, J. W olbert. see pat a a h
Seve ben Perfored ii a good polish. and i sadmirably suita- PrJ t N,.''J. V. Davis. R. Smoak.h oI Te v. L. Jordanwe 'J. E. Bargan- coP m of. Peae t.t e t ain
ft.T. and the second time i" ble for furniture. The average cr0) Bil J. I). Prct,,r. in.,.tors; I.. ak L. Jordan, J. E. Bargan-
1'.. 1rncii. cit-rk. iier, GeorgeSipoRA.Hgn
w en performed. ;of a full-grown tree is about 20 Pr.int No. Z. A. ctt. J Noah MeRa er, Simpson, t A. Hogan, while in New York recently to explain r
o. nfuviper is foundtonlyin pounds fruit. The average incomn- I)riggrs. A. wV. Y,lung. inspectors T. Stckla Geor. at it was nowhere near that fgur.
Sthe upper waters ofthe fro a m to $ per Mariall.l,-rk. Pasteur. J. H. Mathews. Both seem inspire by the convi
StheUPrnwatet of the from a tree is from $1 to $20 per re(.in.t N,. 1 1V. W rt. J.FC. Owing to the number of jurors he- ontha n ineie t
SIt was brought to this coun- year. The co"iposition of the fruit Pillans. M. V. Morrisn. insleCtr., Ing excused t the court ordered the o pos e adtatthe
eb r.oe c nists in a nut-shn W E. Martin. clerk.
of wek by Mr. Fox of Boericke consists in a nut-shape hull in which Precinct N. -P. Duris. L. clerk to issue a venue to the sheriff to worldly prosperity, and that the e-
>. I ma unufacturing chemists a ". ra.L.E.rig.lnx Manufacturing chemists at a draham, 1. R. Griggs, inspo-tctrs;: C. to summon twelve by-standers from their being in
West Forty-second street for In the hull exists a saponaceous H. R,.,gers. cl.rk. to mon twelve bystanders from ci -o theirewu co
Precinct No). 12-r'alvin Long. N. W. the body of the court room. to corn- w t. m w do
" reposee of replenishing the matter tsaponinet in the proportion .McRa.-W. N.P. illiamon. ins)ect4)r- o plete the regular panel ,which was ,rt
a- of the serum, which is exceed- of 30 to 46 per cent. of the bulk of the H. V. leap. cl'hrk.
e f hull. This saponaceous principle Prc.tinct No. 13-L. J. Hall. j. W done. The following persons were Judge Gray o Dlaware Is said to
lke The technical term for htevens. L. F'. Pritst. insI-ctors; A. summoned: WV. H. Scarborough. F. W.
1Mis 'lachesis." derived from set free by the shr'ddding of the hull B. Albritton. cl.-rk. . J M n havP refused a business salary ofize
Pr-ic o 4J 1 al .M:Ellison, C. J. crnyPeeLo.$2,00othgoulthtocizn
So_ the snake, lachesis and using it with. water jut as if it rcinct N. 14-IJ.
_Lof the snake, lachesis tr- etWalrin. L. F. Matchett, Inspectors; 1'W. F. Ganby, C. E. Luffman, E. W. should be paid more than the presi-
,were a piece of soap. A beautif, 1 W. F. Jordan, cl,.rk. Kraybill Oiver Fort I A Grigg ih
La iSnye Abaui' l.F.Jran l.k Krayblll. Oliver Fort. L. A. Griggs. ,dent of the United States. A salary
SSnyder reached into th- lather is the result, and the cleansing Pr.ienct No). 15-J. C. Mc('raney. capa
A. Mte4'rany. B. J. R,,,,th, insptcttor.3" Albert Fort, R. A. Ellison, I. W. Ogl,. of $5e Io a year represents ac
Il et containing the lancehead qualities are such that there is no w. H. Durr.-ll. (!.rk. J. P. Taylor. o ." ba ns o prt
1 Iltl wire, caught up the snak. ^soap made by human process that Pr-cinct N4.. 16-43,org X W. Elli.0 of L f.oichptMinr brains or property.
t-dboreitinto theoera- can compare with them. ;t,-iart Ram,y-. E. T. Burlsn. in-which puts Mr. Roosevelt in the mill-
a-,n, bore it into te opera- ca opr i mrwt..r. R. C. I)D-ugiass. clerk. The following named persons wer- ionaire class so long as he is presi-
|L adboei-nt.h- eu- For toilet purposes the same al)- Pr.cinct. No. 17-J. R. WVildl-r. B. H. : c th t o
SL-rinr. Ht.nry Lmb. insp-ctors: W. rawn by the court from the list of lent. But Mr. Roosevelt looks upon
KoKw the Snake's Fear plies. No human sk1Ill can produce oreer. e jurors to serve as grand JurorsM.
e| K e neFa \'-r&.l l.-. v j except the attendants approach that marvelous product ofI t'rit No. I-H. N. Knoblock. P. Fishel, F J Titcomb, W E artn multi-millionaire as the least en 1
a m to disappear. for if the nature. Ttf hull can also bo malt in13. Livingstn. W..\M. 8hckley. inspTE-a
Soe disappear, nature T hul can a b ma H. S. WV..ll, clrk. L. F. Ballard. L. J. Hooper. F. W V.
h ad wished it could hav-. to a powder, and the powvd-r into a I'rcit N,. 19-.Ah,x Wvynro. Hy Bishop, Jack Blair, Thomas W. Dil- of our citizens with his hard and cruel
cake - as !omake te use f it esf ceN and soft Rbo.dy and witnhshisctson
Soff the wire; but Snyder al- cake. so as o make the use of it eas- trrislo-n. R. cl. A.pp. ins tors: lard,. W. C. Smoak, A. M. Anderson, face ani soft boy and with his son
ke fears of the spectators when iIr. It can also be mal into a Pr- N.. -.hn r. S. 7.1 Peter Loos J. K. ixson. G. W. Brant, auhter princess
that the reptile would balance quii for hair wash. ,lentifrice. an l PMt ccI J. T. Burg,-ss. i., ns.-,rs.' ;. PoH. W. NettlesK.Of course multi-millionaires are o,
t wire. a it fear d f n., various other preparations, and the.e M. Blith. I-, . i rarer to-day than millionaires were
) < the wire. as it feared falling. 1 Pr,.cin,-! N.. o.:-R. 4'. Ri.,-. (. M. M. Fishel was named as foreman of
S grtound. various articles can be made by such (;al j r an. ini .cr L. ,. the grand jur three or four decades ago. But pop- 1
Wd ite! it on the operating table. simp.p- proce-s or pIroceses that in H.pkins. c ,rk. Th ular fashions change rapinlly If ths
SPrioeinn.t Noe. prW. .1. N.,rswrahl. The grand and petit jury being or-
Sbuediately it thrust forth i.ts very housho the commodity will j \. M,,ans. P K... irnptct,.r,: ganized. Judge Bullock then delivered
Quick as a flash Snyderi become a source of economy, of r- I Hk .nR.c .rk charge in a very able ant impres- millions to retain his self-esteem wil
SQuick pinr,..iNr "-r.; I_. ch Ciycgrn. hi soon have to go about in rags and nein
|t head down on the table with, reaction and of pleasure. !'rry.N. M. Pctor. ns,.,,r P. sive manner, after which the court en oe t a n re s t
L .while he grabbed the reptile "Th-, seedl hs a kernel which con- A snow. ,clrk. took a recess till this morning. even poorr than he prtens to b
rthe jawhl with hisra thumb and Tains a fixed oil in overy respect pro- Pr. mint N,'. 21 ..'.. .l .Tenle. C. D;.- when he swears off his taxes.Wor
of the Jaws with his thumb andh in'kis. ,r (.. ,:t. in.spo,,-t,,rs" J. L. The Criminal Docket
r. Dr. Dittmars. who is in oitanle to te iortl er. cl rk. The following is the criminal do-k- PROTECT YOUR HOME
of the reptile department of .rh either for eatable or culinary purpos- i'r.,,ini N. .--.T. (. Hihlit.wor. P.i e a tr o
of the reptile depart ment of th I Fort. T. F. Pritch,-tt. insp-ctor-: t which will be tried, at this term ofi '.
tpped its body with both hands. es. and also for al kinds ol ind1strialJ. N. Marshall. .rk. the circuit court, which is now in s- y Usn the Celebrate Burrowe
ke twisted and turned products in which the olive oil i. pr,. in t N o. 2,;-'has ~. ;-ivl... .1 sion in this city. Rut less S
[kak to ist-d an tlrre. use, i T y o o i t kn ,,.rt. 1). ,,,,,,,,. . n Rute ce
, ", get free. . T i:hffota ntr.. l,-rk. i State vs. Homer Dean. aggravate, Keeps out flies and mosquitoes and
gL las beaker. with a piece oi is twice the yield of the olive fruit Prty-i.' N... IP 1". M i.liian i assault. does awa with the anne
r^eloth o-er the top. was placd and when the production reach.-s an ;-. Parr:m r,. v. .Pri,.t. inip.'or~:s; -i doos away with the annoyance of nets.
olrvIn W.lHorn..r. \ State vs. H. M. Dearborn. embezzle -Also have DuBose's hardwood floors,
f mt of its bead. anti straightwav in',ortance nece~sita'ing the use 3ft Ipr i n N... 2 ',o,- Sh-..r .T. meant and larceny.
Io at it. shooting out its forked 'he proper ma('nery. the oil will h. i, ki Iiv-. s,.. ins,,,.-- laid over your old floors without any
d clatt.shoting ot hiot)ro, lucd a- cheaply, if not flhr. *l il.s. clerk. State vs. *John Jackson. obstnictin, inconvenience. The only sanitary
N and clasping th 1 L T^ n cheaply, Than c,)ttonsepd l 0.. For LI Nix. \V. \V. 'hanp,..il, in ;>-,:..cr-; B. ('. i fl... ^ oors in use?. V. E. DuBose, 318 W .
ul m side of the beaker between Nix. X,,.,\..i api..i.i-"c:r;B Saev.Dainls.- gmln.
pe.tate vs. Davd Englisht namblin ; Foa'syth St., Jacksonville, Fla. 4-24-w
5 h n aIr' "o~1ii sh,,rtenirii the ,le1'cious fla '.:"
jVs. Then a strean- of the pr ' 'r.-,nt N.. '"--.J.I.. S,,kin ,r.. r-
m yellow venom flowed fr.'m the of thai oil wil!l I rpass anvthin e .*,*} ,u \- v. .,- : insv -..-.!' .. ... XV. V. \\,.
's serum glands into The lw-,i. r n r d d 'r L.. NH. Pit?,,:. lerk. --.-
th,-, snaI 's mouth pr...- "As a 'eed for p,,lry an, o t, n".!.;" D.- :. \ P iane-t,,rs- dfl I' .___Y_'___ __P._PPy__.
to ilo h, n oe tinI .,,mo th iraals~ fe.,,1. the expr~e~s i, lpro, uct L X.- i \..\, y,, i. ,. ,k
Sto the cloth, andfor som e tin i t'. e ,u T he 1 I 'ay of the s,)a t,- !'.S. P. ii r. .1. ;,,n :'g. \V. IU,' .... -,'1, r
(om contiuue 1o flow, as the lan,', .n \V. R ..- !ii. :1r- ; D. U
ad kept pie'-cug the c' eeseclo:l.. trs. supply a fe,,der of ,nequall,.i Z,.t.,r '.,, |, r I 1 r I if 11 A Ir n fl


e high grade food
rer offered over our


sacred Urn Formosa

Oolong Tea

As Delicate as the
Fragrance (of a Rose

: this list over.

'ine Old London Dock


Twenty cents In tamps or otber
wise sent to the Boston Evening Trani
script, Boston, Mass., will secure tr
anyone interested In the series of art
eles started Saturday, April 25 In thK
paper on "The Cotton Mill South."
These will appear regularly each 9us
urday and Wednesday in five article.
They are by the Rev. P. H. Goldsmith.1
D. D, minister of the First Church a
Salem, Mass.. (the first church in New
England) who is a southerner by
birth, a northerner by residence. Tbhi
s an exceptional opportunity to get
this series from a man of high stand-
irg and character whose viewpoint
)n this interesting theme Is singular-
y excellent.
WANTED-Fiftsen t.i tw ,nty-five
head of cattle-Plorida wire gpaW
.4tock "'only". .'a h tr:in-1.;i'i-,n. and
rnu. t b.. ,t..;. k. 1,1r S. S \V. P,-tty-
wiy. D'inn-il.,n. Fla. ">_-! t

A son of High Mark, No. 1594. Dam,
by a sonm of Edwin Forest
This is a pure-bred saddle stallion,
three years old; a handsome brown
colt, 16 hands high. He will be allow-
ed to serve a limited number of mares
at $5 per service, or $10 for the sno
son. This colt served five mares last
season and four of them are known
to be in foal-the other mare had not
been heard from. Money Is due when
service is rendered, and liens retained
on all colts where the service fee ts
not fully paid.

A good mule jack. Will make the
present season at $5 per service; $10
for the season, or $15 to insure a Uy-
Ing colt Liens retained on colts for
service fee.
This stallion and Jack will make the
season of 1908 at Dungarven Farm,
one and one-half miles west of Or-
ange Lake. The season for these an-
imals will close July 15, and no mares
will be served after that date. 3-Z0tf

S. H. MoitsilHll

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fa g .valuo. j L i h I_% .%I.A" I %I
ith Its fsng lv i"l- .,. .,. f,.g, Ex. ,::- M tri,,n 0o,:.. VIA.
As this was the first lime since r.'- auth:ii.- a-s.r tha ,.\,,, H .p,,Mr- .,,.v. II
*_tt_. I .e,,soap-nt nay 1,:i s-'1 iI ;,.rna:'y ;n7 L
afivity that the reptile ha l had :i". lt,,aO ,f, al ,'i-._ ,**l1;-.a*p-fn tna fb, b- ---------------------
M e to use its fangs an uniuis:..,o 'aes of sa Iivatm i, Y, a ,1"' ,i ,. ,.
of serum was seurei. PrDf an xpectorant. Tte seels. po,,ndo Fran: J. 'h.-n.v :iak.-s ,.;t.-a hOat '
'said t a s w en imwas Pr winh waler. ar-, said to arrest a Ilar- ,'ai.'.,:i.,r,, er,. th,,t,,firm ,f, .. t.
eatity^ p: ."; S^ Our stor has always been noted for th
Xmyou said that when it was pr w*p-oxhsm f epilpsy. he fr. it in glshIOurTtore h s a:
Ty streupthened htwre would be ica oxyst of ed lelv. The pruciti, as, .f T.l..a.. cnty and stat, at,. -r stuffs handle N thing but the best
WPly sufficient for practically all recomnnuoI by native trati, ioner -a'i. "! Ni-.' HI RF:i D ^ for the cure of chlorosi." "'. f .ini 'er a' f ,'aiarrh that counters e
So an e n rgThe forezoing relates to tle .A!e'!- ;niitht o., cur..l th.- us f Hail's OU trS
t operation over. Snd aai an soap tre. the seel of which F tar h'-
the snake down to the table, an.l !-' R.ANK .. .N.
dcing it on the wire. put it ba c,, li. a Sodt1rt p 'rfu r. il )" ,... b, e nl.,l su.rl,.., 0VE I Y jVIn- US
HO its com part ent. As the seru *d ii'. t',PV an d f,,; for free tistri t- : .. 1. ti1a |v ,,, D .-
I one of the best bacteria ediu stion. wut it ap1li.'s equally well to the ..v I.F:.\S' N.
Se of the best bacria medium. Flrida soap tre. The dizcoverv c, N .tary Pthlic.-
Swas ncesarv to strensth-.n it a: ,"a. ttatrrh (Cur- is tak-n Inyer-
Me, so Prof. Runyon, after dtermin- a full-grown soap tree in Florida. ow l.
I i br r... H. irne l;o a, Golden B u Ceylon GOlencairu Estate Ceylon, ,t;.,
it the weight of the senim, which Iiit o' i fr..-.
Fia.. wa- hiie Ito Mt. Moiilie'spubli- SmTea~r* ,
Found to be seventeen andti three- a aiu''. J. C'.,HENEY, '.: T-i r Tea Tea
ftrter grains, added two hundred ationsl of he report if th- AT er tr- ,k. 'li b alls Ftru- ..s ,r c.nti-Combines the
,~tat of sugar of milk to one part of can consul retelrrll to. The tre,' T.,k.- }t.al!sLUi .'-nly 'il!s for c.,nsti- o insteFar cef
S ofon also came originally from Chinai. sotie, __'I__ i- n r a rf Tre
".. This.whenIproperlyamixFruitsTreera Blossoi with th Natural
. Thuas., when proper ix'. ]seeds having on imnpor!-d twenty, "'When I look upon the tombs of In Teacup Riness of Old Vine.
Sa clear, white powder. Rev. Benjamin !the great," said a write in the Specta-
Lancehead is Doomed Helm. who was a missionary in that tor. "every emotion of envy dies in '
"Wproess will have to tw repea t Hi.wo
Te process will have to be repe country. Although tse two spiecie- m. \VWhn I road the 'ep)itati)hs of th- If you are a over of Good Tea, do'nt fail to oo
It countless times until the preliara- bear the same name. they are differ TIautiiful. every inordinate desire go9eS
is strengthened enough. Even I
if the supply begin to e out ent varieties. The United States 41- olt. WVhen I meet with the grief of
if the supply in t ive Partnient of agriculture idlentified thelparents on a tobl)stone, my heart G
Iee would H- no danger a it would merican variety as Sapin,.lus iinuko-ntii lr h coniiCo sionl Vhn 1 WyunC Iunpowder Ta Extremely Superb F
ionly necessary to stronthen itro: a, it is th se, of this varic- lhe tomibs of the parents thlem-elv'-s, A A A
.more-. So treat is M r. MouHe is now gratuitous- I consider the vanity for ,ritvi g for











be equaled. We have them
and vici and patent leathers.

in twelve styles, all sizes
They arc stylish shoes

and are sold in moct places at $2.00oo and $ 19
$2.5o. Our prices are only from $1.59 to $Pl.9
VELVET SHOES are the kind that sells most
on account of the price and the great amount of wear

found in them.

but all styles and sizes.

faction no matter where worn.
this line. Our price is only

We have them in vici leathers only,

These shos will give satis-

Compare $1.39

We have a strong and durable line of Children's
Come in and see our line of shoes, you don't have
to buy, we are always glad to show you.
REMEMBER every pair of shoes is guaranteed.
no matter how low the price.


MUCS FRANK, Proprietor



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The Due de Chaulnes of France, who
Um married in February to Miss The-
mn Shonts of this country, was
tbnd dead in bed Friday morning by
No wife. The young couple were still
- their wedding trip when the sad
fteedy happened. His death oc-
rred at the Hotel Langham 1i



There will be a barbecue and basket
picnic at Pine on May 15th. All state
and county candidates are invited to

be present to addr
said gathering. The
ly invited.


... AT


$1 Bowl and Pitcher

$1 Slop Jar

lOc yd. Figured Lawns

7c yd. Fancy Lawns

ess the voters of
e public is cordial-

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It has always been our rule to replace every pair
ot shoes failing to give satisfaction, no difference at
what price they were sold. We intend to stick to this
rule as long as we remain in business. Our aim is
to please allpatrons of our store, all we ask is to be
notified of the grievance and we will immediately
adjust same to your entire Fatisfaction.
The shoe department of our store has certainly
done its share in the upbuilding of our business.

The SILK SHOES which we handle in six styles
and all sizes in patent, vici and russet leathers are
Just the thing for dress occasions and street wear,
they are strong and durable. Some stores get $3.o00o
for shoes not as good as tLese. Our price Q i
only $2.23O
SATIN SHOES for wear and durability cannot

wrign or Joe Wneeler flapter o county. Florida. subject to the coming -g-straion. s. >jV r ". ,
Starke. vice presidents: Mrs. T. C democratic primary, anoi promise, itf' j In compliance with the wishes and ic primary of MI. \' i' .
Vann of Elizabeth Harris Chapt-r of elected, an honest and impartial ald- requests of my friends, I respectfully will perform th- d .'" ,o "*. .-'
Madison. corresponding se(retarv. nistration of said office. submit my name to the democratic flilv tit-. a. r--," .. C i4
Mrs. J. N. Blackwell of Patton Ander- J. L. SMOAK. voters of Marion county, as a candi- "___
.... I date for the office of tax collector, be- --
son Chapter (of Palatka. registrar: I am a candidate for sheriff, subject living that years of training in the B hrt.i r ,n .
Mrs. B. S. Howe of Pensacola Chap- to the leniocratic primary of May 19, same line of business has qualified Iat.r .* f -
ter, Pensacola, historian. 1908. Your vetes are earnestly solic- me to fill this office acceptably to all tothe f, "i, ,, .' , n
ited. and if I am elected I will per- parties. W. D. GRAHAM. mary ,.' M.f o l' 4," "
IN MEMORIAM form the duties of the office faithfully. R.-i,, .

..__ JUIHN L. EDW-ARDS. i For County Surveyor J- HN" F V'i.l \,- ".
a n.- - - - -
Departed this Ie on the morning )f I herebv make my announcement as
_______ Deprte ths o th moninFor Clerk Circuit Court a candidate for the office of county For Supervsor f Rgtao,
April 2ti. 194S. J. P. Holly of.Electra, To the Democratic Voters of Marion surveyor of Marion county, subett toy To thyDm -l .-
Fla., in the 61st year of his life. D-- County, Florida: the democratic prmarit, to be held Countv
ceaed was born in Marion county, I hereb announce elf a candi- I May 19. 19 Trusting that m h past i ha'n hy. n n. ,in '.n
Fla in March, S4d He was the dteforo-Te- in to the ofice a Ofi servicep has hpen eh as to mee' your tol h#conu ;1 onfl1ha r car,
I N i.. clerk of the circuit.ort of Marion approval, ard soliciting your supplort, of rtIl- i-t rli ti Li '4.. '
li youngest child of William and Mary county. FPlorida. to be voted for at I am, Yours respectfully eoitr th., r l
IHolly. who were amongst the first the primaries of May 1.. 19->. Should W. A. MOORHEAD. ...r.-eorri
seTtlers of MXarion county. For sever- you continue me in the office it will be ia:,* acts whul. =.hr 'h o
I months Brther Holly was a great my aimr to dischar the dut 't th or County Commislioner an F Chu-t *mr m. n n ,
..on.thsBr thero Hobllywa, _rea same as the law directs, as I hayv. ten- I hereby announce that I will be a et"r.ai.. t, , r '
suffererr with throat trouble. which h deavorpd to do in the past. a candidate for the office of commis- most 4r it i
hore with patience and resingation. S. T SiSTRIUNK. sioner for the first commissioner's I wish ',o )npha.i,. 'he. ',,' '1o,
He was a leading citizen in the copi- -- -- district of Marion county, and if elect, yOU !tc) iq.' o '* '..
m;:ni:'. and a member of the Baptiz jFor Superintendent of Pubilc Instruc- ed I promise to perform my duties to e's s will bl .at,.-ndoe. r,, ;'. ..i' "
action the best of my ability. l)sn F-,irthrmr n'hn
h, ,vc .h at Electra. ie lavin ..s a To the Voters of Marion Countvy: GEORGE MAC('KAY. ,tne in oho.4 n#o V.,1 'o r ,-- -"
^.%,o.ed wife and five loving children, to- I hereby announce my candidacy for ruiar ..r,.l ! ,...,
,-ether with three brothers and twij the office of superintendent of public I hreby announce mvyslf a candi- all l r-i.. .t.
,s!s5,s. besides a larg- cir(.cl )f instruction in the coming democratic date for county commissioner for the ai n irip.triail r.Aftr,,.p.,
friendss to niourn his death. Thyv fj.l primary.f( and rekpctfullly v.olicit your 2nd district, and resqpectfully policit Vhil.1 h- -.a'ar. ,. < .. ,
s w th l i s. Tsu pport. I have ben ngaed in the Iupport of the democratic vote r rv -niall 6.t. , .
buh o o l iu. nhol work of this county for the at the coming primary jprvi 0r htas cr--at jw.. on .-
6i5 Set "grnal gan gater part of the past sev+n y ars. "'e Bn h rn#,t- -.,, .,
Brother Holl.'s reniai2as were laid and have carefully studied the conoli ---',n t'hat h. ,- .. -
'est inf h ce mete to"echinthe1,,,atI sYstem.,RICHARD W. ERVIN. 'hvral
65Jc echC ha Bridge church in the presence, of ^lylm __fM.!I wti;h to Hiouncem v _sl ; Ia- 'h+. nwhis If all
larIh conerratby on the 27th Ult.; I hprcbv announ('e iv (-anIi-lacyv missionn r for the second. district. i )',n -
8Cyand laid bs r. mother, hfr the above named office. I shall Tg rI m; rho a
trs and( sist-Ir who had pr-*eoeoi hil wh sincerely appreciate the support at' an a itesistpnt toewha:, ?", .
to te beter and.the coming democratic primary elec-, such as to mee-t your apprtwal. I F,
5C Yord ?othe hertr land. tion of everyone interested in the aod-' H -r aK T .; I 1
The fun"-al services we're conm!ucT- Ivancement of our education-1l in.-r- L.-... -.. r port t -.


., M artin. 1 o rris W;.1 ... i h.r.-... ... inam wt prilm appeary t o t i", t
to protect a little electric car line best int.rnsts of the county of Marion, T. .... tr.-n .. W 1Blit.,h. R. n % .... -a .
w ; . . _ . . . . a d s t a e f F l o iaT W i r ; ,z a n P, W < . 1 9 ,0 8 a s a c a n d i d la t e rf r a e m l l
'and state oftFlorid'a. I re~ tr.I h vnto ynmaI~
with less than a hundr-ed e-,ployes. a:; .._r r termCE In the event of my n ntl
told. we infer that he lik+-- a s'andine.. .,,j ----- -and election I promise a fazthfoil di-
to d e n e h at h e iand a s- n ins F or T ax A ssesso rA
army all rinbt. He and The g',-at T If. am a candidate for th legisl. Thankaxpeop Marion charge of all duties atten:g *d f
" "" 1" .- n:a cn~latefo rn leisature Thanking the, people [.tt-, le Respectfully.,AUE1
person were at right angles along thi- subject to the rules -overning the county for past favors, and hoping J. t MAtTHEWRl
line. But nothing is a greater leavoii primaries. Platformi-Less experses: ;Lat I have merited vour further sup- -
en, .qual and lcwer ,.xatdrn; a. a .s p(,eort I respectfully announce myself
to a commonwealth than frel speech : e:u: a I annc an.idait for ro unv
d a re .. .no. Ot need h i -r" i.,n-t.ax payNn^ a candidate for re-election to the as- a a- d-d f*r cNj', -
and a free presz. 0f.~
sesseninou or s office. oei-ol ~ !'' a'
John Stockton sets a pare that Go;- I A'LFZR i our ':f-.,n fl siE. jet Asor LFRce. FED AYER. 'h r 'hic iMin 4 "1 .*ru ,
'cur him cu.t. i .L(~T n thoe T,'~
e-rnor Broward ought to follow. Whet .. IV -.- .r. '.', 1 .
"" I -' V o ''', ." *' j-f l"%
an adversary hi:s at him thro':gh thT' T am a candidates for the o..Co of i .- -.ro-
newspapers h his -ack through Th- To t tl Dm(era:i 'ors of Marion tax asse-ssor of Marion county , , f t,,
newspaper s be h. s back. ..th o.., r,, ,,-;. 1.. .. .'_.,. 1 ..
.. ... . C o un t",: to the p rim a ry of M a y 19. I l
same channel. And see the laur-ls h I wish to anno-z ,n.- (-an,!dacy ha( two years experience i a-- _-
reaps by pursuing this poli-y. H. Ifor men.ber of :h1- house of repr- ?essor's office, one year iiI tr:- . ,
Sdoe0 not sue Gus Morton for lit-!. H.. sentatives a: tne coming prinarie. tv with the present assessor. x To n I '!,,ra: 2. .
j*i-t p',ts him into the newspaper mill If elected I shall r' i.v who" ('tt- prienc- I have had in the o.- t nd ri- ; ..' o,''- 'v ,. '. ,
.... . ... .toward 2 ('o st :c r g ss of ...'qOf -.he train. I have rece )ok I e. iv -e ""
and grnds Gus up. Mr. Stockton.'s re- personal -aters.efe training yIr me r v ao .o ,,r '' ..r.
( Ikeeper for yasqualifies m thenp- 1
p ly is so com p le te an d o verw h." p \. W T O R iF AF T .. es r r the offi ce and w il v ; ... ,
that we cannot rsist the rhough Dunnellon. Fla. you a neat and accurate set o! ks.; comr m- s pt,,- pt. .-s r1
the a-tio of the-op 2' ~c ry
,stealing over us that it was a mra,-; I herewith submit my name to the I ask your vote. and if elected wi! I'lection to he h-1!, 4.n May WT !
uip affair between the two friends anTl i consideration of the voters of Marion ,ive mv ENTIRE TIME to the worK l ect-d I will riv- ,l .. ,v 41
that .% % or o ", o, co v f .. ut t e offi ce Youir property will rc'-,, ", h .. -
that Mr. Morton has sacrife..l thimse: county for representative in the Flor- If the office. Your property will r- attention andl work i ihv. -A
that his friend may appear o a.,van | ida legislature. If electeld, I shall de- :lvv my personal attention ts f arin uT
~ t. r ,t -- ,, -,fend the principles I have always rp- JAMES P. PHILLIPS. " "a :.
tage. It looks that way. W\ can ar- resented-the interest of the prodluc- i B.-tr kno .
rive at no other conclusion why Gu.s er and home-buil!er-thf- genuine cit- For Member School Board ____g
would have made a series of 'harg'-- izenship. Will appro.ciarp the honor To the Democratic Voters of School , . .
susceptii)le o o complete, annihih:-rto the highest degree of appreciation Commissioner's District No. 2: .., .0 -
siice tile of Po cLml-P nn Itth .es d-,
tion. If Gus ha... sacrifice ,i f and be true, even at the cost of re- I take this method of announcing I,,,,r f..r \ "
r iIo If G us na-, sa crrifc+t !--f lm ,+If i ln n- poo . M A TI t -- as a- t .
I .... n.aining poor. W. L. MARTIN. n.y can(iidacv for r.c-nomination as a I rnt.d.. *. .
is certainly a martr. Sparr. Fla. member of the school board for the y
S' Bottcr known To n.anv as< "Pt-r second school district. I have tried ..;.. :.... '
THE DAUGHTERS OF T-tE CO- Stanle o give a faithful performance to the ', i.r ;,'-.
TH AGTR FT-E COIN-: Stanley." c.adi ynih ,K1 .-r
F ERACv i-- ---- duties of this office and if my neigh- t;x ,. r'-r -
r ED E R~AC ." *. rli t) v l',* *
____ For Sheriff bors and friends think I have succeed- "' -, .
.T t. D.c.r o ed I will appreciate their votes for , . '
L~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~T Thth-#-k+ e -- +;, oI, Democratic Voters of 'Marion... ...-.. .,.... .,:. .
The ...Lh. rs if the t eo"t**' ** V"c r re-nomination. B. R. BLITCH. T'. -
County, Florida: ______ .. -. -
art. hoidinn Their a-nua. stat- coinVf'- I herey anno.in..- s .i T I will be a ---- r' .
tion in Tailahassee !his week. havin-, candidate for thi o ,ice of sheriff of 1 aInounce myself a candidate for pr,.-,i .
ovndtessre-e-lection to the office of school corn r.- r-' -a
opened the session on \e:.nesv Marion county in h- coing d.-mo- cton to the office of school corn-: ,,. "
morn. ,w "o. cratic primary of 19,', missioner for the 3rd district, sub- ,v
m o r n i n g T h e v w i l l b e ,i 0ie h* ', ,1'l p - . .,.' .. ""
. I respectfully solicit the support ofjct to the democratic primary to be ,,, .,- .-
entertained as the guests of th. An.t the people of'Marion county and held May 19, 1908. I feel very grate- orf r.. ". ..1 .' -
Jackson Chaptsr of that city. Th-e I-cted to this office I pledge an hon-iful for the support given me in the t.-
., esta- lof: p"-- t and if my official work meets,.,,..
are nearlv tifty delegates in att- Id-est and impartial administration fp an if m official work meets ..m: "r' -
. ...ce and the me" tin g in a* ll, i ro ba the duties of said office. y '-ir approval I will appreciate your t,. . . ., -
,111 -e, indl bte ine--lIn -in ai roba ).1 1 Resp. ''c v 2 .J I influence in the coming pri- ': n 't : -
iv wyil I one of the rTimt p'a-.i ,P JOHN r GAL AY. mary JOHN S. GRANTHAM. "0,Y, ; '
t hat the D)aughters h.1ve %.er ofi- -- "r-- ,. ,',. -
) joyd. I r-sppcr!,,llv a ,ornce, ny-':,s f a For Tax Co',ector .
'. pr. ...ci :.~i ._,, candidate for rht <'Jcp of sheriff of To the Democratic Voters of Marion i,- ... .*-r
Th.. pr r r t-xci t I4-id f' Marion count',.-. ,i foilnt r o t' roe- Co(uiuntv: ', -
sists ofT .\l's. L. 1) I.awr-iet of Tai- oi l of more than Twvntv Woar. resi- I announce myself as a candidate "'. '."' I
pa. action p,'-eside-nf. owing. to ,h ,dence amone yo u ai my jusrification for re-election to the office of star,' t" .' V
deathh of Mis. zt;'injfeilow of Brool--: 'in a-king fur this otuc' at your hands, Ian, county tax collpctor. abioling rh.- :.i, ." r .v
S-ie t: p]ie o] t? ivo .....If elected I promise a faithful perfor- action of the democratic primary of .- --- ---_-
.' le, the president of the d isio 'mance of the duties of the office, with May 19, next. If elected I promise to For Superso of Rg tt
. Mrs. Johon Chestnut of Kirby SmitiHno friends to rpward nor enemies to give my best services in a courteous
Chapter of Gainusville: Mrs. .. 1.. punish. CHAS. Y. MILL.ER. manner (as I have in th. past) to the, To the [l.<1,.,r,':, \, .rr- \I n
Medlin of J. J. Finly Captr fi -- business administration of the affairs (',,u:tv
Met~llin of J. J. Fink'- lapt~
> Gainesville and Mrs. N. D r. t I hereby announce n i y tf a candi- of the office. I h.-r ainn,,,oir.,- t i- ,
e .. date for the office of sheriff of Marion E. L. CARNEY.

16 i t

a [4

Well may we ask If Broward is aA R .U.. N T ANNU--- N M--E
Jeffersonian democrat? The great Vir- For Representative To the Democratic Voters of Marion To the Democratic Vot3rs of Comma.
ginian worshipped at the shrine of a i At the request or a num-ber of ciU- County: .-it of oes ditrct No. Marks CQ:
freeandworshackled aprte sb. He ofainHaving confidence in the Purity Of U31 ititN.5oMr@ C.
free and unshackled press. He maine, ee ded to make the race lifeand rectitude of character of Hon. announce myself a caadi4date f1r
obtained that newspapers were a great-representative, and solicit your H. w. Long of Martel. Fla.. and being commissioner from this district. a
Support In the primary of May 19, satisfied that he is eminently qualiflel
er bulwark to a republic than a stand-11908, and willgreatly appreciate the to perform the duties of county judge wll appreatema youretipport in tl
ing army. "I had rather have." he same. W. D. CARN. of Marion county, and if elected to Wo.ing primr Jy CROSBYt
s"d witht-astanin- that office he wo-,ld in a pain.takingM. 0
said. a republic without a standing respectful submit my name manner faithfully'ctra. li. March 1. .
army and with newspapers than a r-the voters of arionv sul y s a can- his undivided time in the adlministra- -
pub~lic- widdaotrh a." slegnlan toaurentye asu bjea-c f tion of his duties, we. the undersign Believing that my record In the a.
publicastandingi or the legislature, subject to take ple-asure in nominating him as a mfhedutl_.__oft_,
without newspapers." Governor the democratic primary of May 19. candidate fr that ffe. subject to) minstrton Of t t f h
I~~~~~t . .c -p. yo a.9 addt .rta fle -'t ommissioner s ofiier has me-t witi
Broward doesn't seen to heve any *'e'-,have no platform to make or pledges the action ,of the ensuing iteniocr?. e ty com ala.ns l oil rce l .ve th Wt
ito make, but submit my claim on a primaries- ,- Mariqon c.nty. tep ofal.a.d will tos tf...i.
ish for newspapers. and no relish .at !tienRi, -) of ..as in M o ,i -. R." ). Vi" M. D.. .I,,John dorsement of the ele-tort of M.rtor
all u s y s l A. ty f ec years InMarioncOlnr dy T. Lewis. A. L. Eich.. lberger. JohnI. county. I therefore anflotines '.. ..MY
all unless they are shackled. And th.- ty" If elected I will perform my dutyv T. Lewi'. A. L_. Eih,.lbW.m., ihan .r-. countY. I. therefore onnoin ,har T.
way he marshaled all the state troops to the best of my ability and for the ,imr.w. -wla rvtn he hlo ,Mawi




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Lof p-me a PMoss for the By0 Eighieen or twenty water tank care
an YW Mn t opond the for use in carrying water to the diff-
OfHofHers rent points and camps on the exten-
Oca Fla. March 2. 8. ion between the mainland and
Totha. Fa. arc 2.aaBneKnights Key will arrive here from th.?
Ste editor Oc Banner: north within the next few days and
It is quite possible that the consld immediately will be put in service.
eratio of the prohibition question With the installation of those cars
Sa few of our citizens not only tro the difficult and trying task of tow-
ttk making I l the sale of in- ing water barges by steamer, which
M om akbtinglale s aile.of nhas been one of the greatest problems
(uizcants. but in case of failure. of contended with in the building of th-
frther legal regulation to mitigate a. extension will have ceased. The nc-w
tar as possible the evils of the liquor service will not only be more sati-fac-
tOue. It would seem that the hands tory but less expensive.
Sh w o I One steamer. the Columbia. is sti,1
Sthoe who would outlaw and tho in service towing water tank barges
who would 8igalate t .- -" present from Manatee Creek to rhe different
tied s. tltt all can ar- will combine points on the extension. Ibut with the
on an. preventive measure that can arrival of the tank cars she will be lail
be suggested. It was this thought and up with other vessels of the extension
the fact that the liquor question is fleet at Boot Key Harbor. one of tho,
aot the only moral question that led best land-locked harbors on the lower
those some citizens to say in bar- Atlantic coast.
mony with the best sociological The railroad company is still pur-
thought of today: Let us give to the suing artesian well operations at Key
men and boys of Ocala. not a bar- Vacas. but as yet no results have
room. but a decent place of recrea- been obtained. If a sufficient supply
tao, in which to spend their off-hours. of fresh water is obtained in this man-
Look at the wonderful work that ner it is probable a pipe line will be
has been accomplished all through laid the entire length of the extension.
the length and breadth of our land Otherwise the only resort now in sight
by the Y. M. C. A., and the mass is a continuation of fthe water supply
clubs of large eastern cities. Care- secured at Manatee creek.-Miami
kllt considering the conditions that Metropolis.
confront us here. it was decided at a
public meeting held in the court house? Some industrious patriot has dis
to operate along the lines adopted by covered that Danied Webster. in a
mB clubs. In the constitution that speech delivered in the United States
was adopted, the object of the asso- senate in 18S8. paid his respects tc
dcation was stated as follows: the "persons who constantly clamor,'
"The object of this association is t and his discovery has been passed
secure for the men and boys of th, about the cloakrooms as being cur
city of Ocala a place or places of rec- iouslv pertinent to conditions today
ration that will appeal to the heal- This is what Webl)ster said seventh'
thy. moral mind as tending to the pro)- years ago: "Thev complain of oppre'
duction of 'the decent man;' to this sion. speculation and th i perniciu-t
and providing for the institution and influence of accumulated wealth
maintenance of a gymnasium, reading Thev cry out loudly against all hank:
room and such other features as may and corporations, and all means b,
be deemed advisable." which capitals become united in or
The Osceola Athletic Club wa.s der to produce important and lien,"
adopted as the name of the associa- ficial results. They carry on ma
tion. Certainly anyone that has stud- hostility a wainst established instit;
led the conditions that exist here will tions. Th.y would choke the fout
say that the association. to foster tain of industry and dry all th
athletic interest, to provide a gymni- streams. In a country of unbtomnd
slum. equipped with all the latest ap- liberty they clamor against oppr))r
paratus. bath. etc.. to fit up club room sions. I a country of perfect equa
where all of the latest periodicals itv thev would move heaven an
will be found, and to make provision earth against provileg" and monoi
for every sport and game that is !,- ely In a country where lprOp)erty
gitimate and beneficial. In other mre evenl dr\ie than anywhei
words, to answer the question else they rend the air shouting agr
Where can the young man and boy ofl ran doctrines. In a country whet
Ocala spend his off-hour to advantage' ,. the wage, of labor are high beyor
is one of the city's greatest need | parallel th.y .oul~i teach the lalhor
think what all this will mean to th. !that he is but an oppressed slave' "
y youn man in our city that has n.,
real home life and to the t.oys that' WHOOPING COUGH
need just a little instruction in phvy- "'in l-,llruary our ,aughvrer had t,
ical culture to start them on the hi'.n wh,oping cough. Mr. Lane of Han
road to vigorous manhood. Don't sa: land reol-,mmfn4.1d -hamberlain
av w<(o,u~h Rem,dy and said it gave- 1'
it can't be done. but if there is a cust',,rs th> be.t satisfaction. V

spark of philanthropy in your natur- fund it as he said. and can rocominm.r
come to the aid of tibe association, it to anyone having children trouble
with wtho.ping cough." says Mrs.
f that is now fully organized with a r-i of Durand. Mich. For sale by a
board of directors, consisting of 1.. druggists. m
W. Duval, E. C Bennett. Rev. G G.t A bottle of whiskey secured for N
Harrison. R. E. Cole, C. W. Hunter. poleon B. Broward the nomination t
A. E. Gerig. Edw. Holder. J. E. Chac-?. governor of Florida by a little o\
George MacKay. D. S. Woodrow. M. 7,i majority, but. as no one is coqu<
J. Roess. T. T. Munroe, J. M. Meffert. ting with a bottle of whiskey in rh
GeA&. H. Ford. Dr. W. H. Powers. Jake c;,npaign. evQry holy is likely to k.
Brown and Geo. K. Robinson. so,ber and no one will have any spec,
Certainly, to anyone familiar wit1 excuse for his vote. Two years aft
conditions in Ocala this list of names the bo'tle incident. Governor Browa
should inspire confidence in this was discredited by an adverse maj
movement. ity of 5.001) votes. Yet. in the face
L. W. DIVAL. these reminisences. we are told thl
K. C. BENNETT. (;overnor Broward will win the no
ROYAL E. COLE. nation for U'nited States senar
A. E. GERIG.* We don't believe it. and we don't ca
C. W. HUNTER. what's the odds? No matter who
Executive Committee. I elected. the millionaires will rule t
nSenate as h-retoforc.--Pinia G lr
Danger of Catarrh Herald

Unless Properly Treated with Hyomei A special from Appalachicola to t
B es Serious Pensacola Journal says that Sund
Catarrhal troubles are fare more light a party composed of Ben Alli
dangerous than they seem at firs! Charles Russell. Shell Smith andti t
thought. If you have catarrh, th.re i's others were fired upon from ambu
..l..... .&,., tn-il.a,- Tfr mi n rtilab hiri n


Outside the county candidates, the
following named candidates have qual-
ified and whose names will be placed-
on the official ballot:
For United States Senator-D. U. C NI A
Fletcher. John S. Beard, William B. C.ID T
Lamar and N. B .Broward.
For Representative in Congress O
ftr)m the Fiirst Congressional District FOR. o
',f F1lrida-S. M. Sparkman.
For Justice of the Supreme Court- J C
William A. Hocker and Thomas M. UNITED
For Governor-Albert W. Gilchrist,
Jefferson B Brown, John N. C. Stock-
For Secretary of Statf--H. ('lay
Crawford. SENATOR
For Attorney G enral-Wi liam H. 1
Elli .
For State Comptroller-A. C.
Croom. T. 1. Appleyard and J. W. DUNCAN U FLETCHER
Knight. -FROM- i -----E
For State Chemist-R. E. Rose. "
For State Treasurer-W. V. Knott.
For State Superintendent of Public W Stads for Tdese PriacWles
Instruction-William M. Holloway. We K.J ACKSO t n
For Commissioner of Agriculture- C onmeree C ariaub.t.
B. E. McLin. Favors lcom Tax.
For Railroad Commissioner-Jules Stad. for Tariff Revieiom, and BIemts to
SSalomon, Royal C. Dunn, E .W. Irvine, Candidate for Rairoad Com- Florida Farr a dF i g Grw w
W XV. K. Jackson. Duty ou Enyt an Cottes.
For Adjutant General-J. Clifford mission|r Gthve pe t App"rpr'ia lcw o bHaob .
R. Foster. I Glandl 3iv amd W waeS .
Delegates and Electors My Dear Sir-However much I opequi to Truste aMd an Ma-ls.
For Delegates to the National Dem- would like to meet you face to face Favors CurraCO y Refetorm
ocratic Convent ion From the State and present myself to you as a candi- . T -
at Large--J. E. Alexander, Charles F. date for railroad commissioner, it is
Eaton, Frank W. Pope, A. J. P. Ju- impossible for me to do so, and must .....--------- _______ _______...................................
lian. James Harvey Witherspoon Phil-kidly ask you to allow me through
l lips, Basil 0. Bowden, J. Hall Brum-'this method and through friends of
Ssey and A. C. Clewls. your community or county, to ask
For Delegates From First Congres- you to consider my fitness and qualifi- AingN ewA counts!
sional District-W. A. Fulton, J. D. cation for the work of railroad com-
SRobertson. I. S. Giddens and John W. missioner.
Y Burton. The interests and tie welfare of W e are constantly adding new ac-
For Presidential Electors-George I the people of ilorila can only be con-
I C. Martin. J. G. Strozier, Robt. E. Da- served by a commission composed of counts, and our business is increasing at
vis. men wano kL)w thWe rignits and equi-
For Membler of Democratic National ties of the people; composed of men a very sat actory rate. Possibly youAso
Committee From Florida-William S. who know the privileges, rights and
Jennings. equities of the railroads; men who at might be glad to join us.
all times and under all conditions are
1BROWNING ready and willing to concede to the
P Y LIN,', N HUtLLEY transportation lines in the state all
I- .tillohis- ru.- ;ttld alwtay. ruggdl liand every privilege, right and equity
a' t,.that belongs to theem. or to which they
dr ,ll t ,: ., anr.nt r,, et np diare or may be entitled by law or jus- C O M M E R C IA L BN 9
a ll-i]i1". twice ; composed of men who Inow to C ALA, FLO,
W it iramts. tei arto. St. Peters what the people are entitled; men _________t_.__r __l ___a _llht_
10,1 1,: 1 who know the power, authority and .i ..> p...dra ..-
i"With ;nhlish w:- or eegends of thw scope given them bY law and justice,.er

RSali..r .,-... n ^ ^. tan wh will to the exremey lii safe gHRCE UTRO C
r-In cloister c;, tl ; rtll. t ,r such power and authority,, maintain N I U fl $ l o ml e 0
a- shlrine :to the people of the state, without FL .ORIDAIS O L.D EWST COLarE @ Ei
re,',r all th.'. ],,;,IY eartth he is t sentiment, without prejudice, without i',,ll, g,. \.:, ny;nI ii'hn,,,!ho .' of .Mu. i, E x r.. l,,n. l'in- Art.s. Ime-
,! hb" he sitatio, leay or vacillation, al and tii a it lnuiustial A rts and Busi n.'
ht t'rn .gi,. hall atd third nt*.tn rr .,r mit,,rv r1'.-% g'ng up a.l-ctrt. l-Ig ts;
r. n t.i every right and equity that belongs stai an'! fur e. h-at la r fatt8l.y WW.rW.., A l,.lthli .. Mn~lItn tin flIIn -
roam to them, tor which the y aeentitle j nat.-it ian. atthl,.tic" fi,.ht 1, rtims ',,,rt- .:,' elf k- bat. ,hall anti ha~k.'t ba
or re,.-atrsl. r'h:tap,.,rl, ,,f |"1 ,r:,la this %,',,. N,.tl wt, ,rt.-r ,,f i mlltton j)kt5
The ..:,r:,., tut's ,)t Europ)e full ", -nothing less and nothing more. ,nelxt. n m rt .xpe.n' ,. 11,,|,.rat.-. i,'h d.tr~ha t I ~ a\ table 4 'h ri-stian. but untie-
win.. What we need, what we want, what te,,tiin~ttl,,n~tl. *tara,.Is f.,r
-hI r,.-l.r f .' ', ,,,:',. andt nm'lia'ev'l I eare entiteld to, i a r.adyv, a se. CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT
t ,) u s ,j N ,.x t s ,e i ,f n I)t-g inI t ,, t ,,l,,'r 7. F ,,r t il '.ti ,,'la ,' adt~ir .'4 the' P r ,. ,i ,I .n t .
I' Th0. l.,,. h.- h.~t-., the ho pe. the j,.'I rapid and a c'heaper transportation
or !RvLl~tof our 'rsnpropjer- Wmn. F. BLACKMA Ph. D. Winter Park, Forida.
v, tl ., e:,e.. ,,'. .tr: t. m nk n ty, j~roductsi and Stqpi)lic. ---- .-
-,I ., ...... I want to be railroad conmmission-a DAVID S. WOODROW J. W. AKIN GEORGE H. P035

A\ L' u\:. .. er, and feet hat I a-m qualified for
all It, ig. thm ll. anl each his sing-the office bv easun o iig and con- OCALA PLUMBING AND ELEoTRIC C01PANY
t ir.g hars, tenuous contact and experience witnr AN LI
;a- I-','r rtngt and i- ..'ph and strength and railroads, as shipper, receiver and DEALERS IN
or raih ,iff s0ng passenger, my experience as an em- Standard Makes of Plumbing Goods, Gas Engine.s, Pump., Irrigating PUl
or \V lv.. hinm,. an,1 appli)aud, hiin l,,u, ploye for six years, my association Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Installed Complete. Estimates premply a
e:- ant and contact with officials and employ- "itted on any Work in our line. W* ,-..,I*'. - 0 3',
11 s es, anud so often hearing their version 9 *e *
It-) POLL TAX NOTICE of the reasons and causes for danger- P. 0. BOX No. : OCALA, FLA POo 3 r
e Poll taxv. must be paid on or before ous track, lack of cars, lack of mo- .....- -... ...-- --.
ial May 9th. 190S, to entitle a person t tie power, inability to procure and ----*---------* -- *--- -----***----- Z I ------
,*r vote in the primaries of May 19, 190S, control labor, cause of wrecks, losses,
and June 16. 19'I. damages, shortages and overcharges
trti JOHN M. GRAHAM. on shipments; my long and contina- LIR
o'- I- Chmr. D(tin. Ex. Committee. ous association and contact with con- MY I Lu L I N E R Y o
,f -- -- sumers, dealers and producers, hear- -
ing their troubles, observing their, Ocala House M illinery Parlors
|mlt lOCB EDALLIOH *great need of redress for wrongs done O
H i- "IR 1RED STALLION! igtertobls bevn hir-
)thi them; ten years' legislative experi-'
tor ence; was a member of the house of Our annual Spring Opening was the best and mot satis-
are w r presentatives 1S99. 190s1 and 19035 ; factory in the history of this establishment, and the many
i- was a member of the- senate 1905 andt
the 19,7. Have voted for and helped oi satistled customer is4 a splendidd indication that theyam
pass every section of the railroad also well pleased. However, a large number of our Pret-
r i books of the ztate. I could and would yet been supplied will do well to call and let us show this
serve with honor to myself and wi'h line To describe these hats i- nttl possible in this smail
th'- beneficial results to the people and!
lab every interest of the state. space. hut we ask the ladies from out o~f town elecially
eta3-.n. My experieLce and contact wilh t) come in and inspect them.
rai,'oads began in December, 1x67,.B s
w,) From then until now, a period of t'o- -I
u *^* ri ii1. ty years, there has noc elapsed a con- Mrs M lniP Alri
l.llRB J tinnloau month that I have not had 0 i A B ot

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F ge y -... *; __--
iMtom l PbL,e May 1, 19M. To the Editor Ocala Banner:
S D te Mt r inak Baner: Will you pleae be so kind as to
1 Aito T. WItans, chairman of i permit an old "pencil pusher" to enjoy
ff kWa stale democratic coin- the honor and pleasure of using a
SlIe I reby funmish to you the fo[- small portion of your valuable Banner
ftfas the list of names of all cai- apace? I wish to discuss a subject 9f
4fts tor state OceS, and United warm personal Interest, and also a
affr, amtor. vb. desiring to have subject tL-t should be of vital polilt-
-Mir -ames- ;-rited on the primary eal interest t-c ,,ur numerous s county
deleiobib oits as candidate:. 'or such readt-rs and fe!!cw citizens.
ece h i y. Incomplan e with the I hav just lI-arned that my friend
land form-r brother "p-ncil push-r.'
ievrisloas of said call, filed with HOn L. Martin. f.rm.rly a .itiz-n
e irinan of the state democrat' ,f IFuniak Sring. n,,w a itizn ,
ea mittee. on blanks furnished by yu ,r S ir, nd ,rogr..-.vt. .,un-
y~fur lprcistwr-lsa nid r(ge ot *er un-
so chairman their notices of caudi- T. ,acant f 4 ncy and application to have their : ,,rs -- ,- ftt,. h,, u .< ,f r. ..-
'rs- o-.netnb.r )f t t-he b Ust. i)f rt-lir*-
mmes so printed, accompanied by th sntativ-s at Talahi-.--al ,utij"ir
m mount of money assessed a iam.i. t, t-- ,t ,-,i ,f,,,,., il ,. -
cadidates for the respective office. r',,,s. I: t rs r,. ,,
as also the names ot all candidat"'-i.tU. t ,i ., Ti ,, -. i 12
for nomination for congress whicl., ,. ,
have been certified to nipe by tht. r,- r 1: T, i,.-,. ;jj y,, ji ,-.. ..:
qective congrps.-ional conlmitle-.h. ,- ,,,r f,,. r i :.i t. .- -.' -.
The candiIaTt-- for .,aid office. 's , S;, ,,:: .-r i .. ,, -
wbose names ha be('tn so filed wi:h u,.,,r ,, i ,.,.:: ,. : r S ';' .\,,. ;i
me, and th. offict-s for Alihih they a'-' .. ; ., . ,. ,.,
caa(dlidlat,-- t4 Iw x for ar, a- ',;- ', ,,,.d, ,y r t *... n a. \V ..
low s: ;-. T> ,1 :.:- ,*''. . r ,, '
For United States Senator I Pp ;, S.i.. i' ..: V..
JOHN S. BEARI). ,. .. ...
N. B. BROWARD. *. ; ,,.., ;,,,, ,
IDUNCAN U. FLETCHER. .. ,, ,,: ,.. ....
WILLIAM B. LAMAR. .., ..... : .......
SFor cprecrntative in Congress From >,.,rv ,., :. v -....
the First Congressional District 1 .. I I ,, , i ... ,;r :< ..-
STEPHEN M. SPARKMAN. i,.,,; \V-: i" .r;ii.. .\ .2
For Representative in Congress From .
the Second Congressional District '.. t i,, .,;u.; ,.-,i t'. : : "......>
FRANK CILARK. ,. ,. -a,'., .i.: ,. I c.,: a':.,
For Presidential Electors ...;,r ;. :.. : ,. i .
H. P. BAILEY. ..... .. : .. ..
P. WV BI'TI.ER. r,,.,-. y,,ura .Ml.i, -i ..... iri, '. 1
ROBERT E. DXVIS. ,i. : ,... ,- ,, ;.1 i .
t '.. $,OI,..L
GEO. I. LAPPINGTON. .* r.fus. .. i
GEORGE C. MARTIN. ,- '-, ",. ,,',h.- A, ,- .,.,, ,-
SAMVEL PASCO *,. ,: i. ,; * *,
91V I Q"'I^'D ~I 71VP

A Brief statement of Its Purppam ani

To those interested In a gymnasium
I wish to state that we are making
good headway and our success is an
absolute certainty.
The object of this association is to
provide a place of recreation that will
appeal to the healthy, moral man, to
this end providing for the installation
and maintenance of a gymnasium,
reading room and such other features
as may be deemed advisable.
This association was organized in
regular form and the following offi-
cers were electeIl for one year:
. L. W. Duval-President.
E. C. Bennett-Vice '- sid(ent.
Royal E. (Cole-Secr-t.ryv.
A. E. (.ri,--Trea-urer.
( \V. tW nuTer-Suirint,'nln.deT
T7 ,'li,'wimz is a hi a', of ,lirfc
tors -I(Teil' ai a i i i-etinu 1,f the a.-:-o)-

ifiT T K. R(hii-;ii- it. 'F T. unr i.'.

'lthi''I l 4* (, (r2 .*t i llait b II i a d $ 't. 7'.
tK '".. :- ,<. }|. 7a "- i-,' n. (H;i ). 8. H )r'l.
.1. E. 'ti;,cw 1- \I. I. )W;. I. toyal .E
Cole... .1 M. M,.ff,,rT..A. E. (,,.r!!.: (. \V.
t, l 'r dIr. \V t. n '\, r-..' a,,:. 1 : .\ Hi

M .~~~ It I'- s ~ lvi I ; \\',,,,,iT',;v. "'"his !ii,;tX'r ,if ,!ilc' or'' ) to
1, 1;,V,' .i .
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Iti l!. 'T". u, \ : 1' IiS a s *sii; T r on. .\i y rn( "-
('*oIi' Ht i *t!, !*'l of T;<' "', '. )" ])"; l>\ii',-
Ii*i'llT o;T ^L.".'- iti~ i(;iri, 11 f all i ] . : ; n! l i l T I ,' !' ,' H I T. T *' i )i ; I v p t '" t it 1 1 -
'** !" ; l -' a -' O I* ( '" s ; '.U 5" -( it ; "' I*!! "
a! Ti :Ii i i "F r < h *" ^i '*y ( *at v Tin
,$' l ;'ll l." ,i i ,;, i'i ; * ^ I l .* * n s :

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u *j. ^ i nJ.".rin. .. . -,.... i,. 72. *1 .1 ,, *, nI ,* .. .. 2 .e .1 I- ,
For Mem ber the National Democratic ;- ;.' ''. ". .. ,v ., n. i. ,,f
C o m m itte e *I4, ,r ]. -" -" I :, ,;: l t. "a- ;. i i:t i ', I -
T. ALBERT JENNIN.S. S ,, '' I .\ i .. V.. ...7....
,"* ** "I ,l "*t' ,' ' . .1 '.' *. -, . I'; i," v ,.-t- ,,,, ;iiT I v.";sh ; ,
For Delegate to the National Demo- ,, *,, a ., v, a : i., i t ( (. 'i i t'
Cratic Convention From the ... , i' ..
'al 7 vi t. '15 ilj
... .- '* . .. . ..* ' ""* "' "- f; T ,< 'M ;;;* t ' .-" x l -
State at Large .. .. ,, . i i 1 : -: E i-, .. .
J. E AL.EXANDER. ,. .... .r ,. : .. .....
. . .. ..*'* **" ** T ,,, .. .. . .. ;t !)+ ;t ', l:',. i \\ ; ':l. l, 'a '.d T )
BASIL 0. BOW) IEN. .... ., .. .. 1
-. . . i ,. v u , as to 1 (i
MAX M. BRO\W N. i-, t .t n..r t. f''r I :i.. i -.I,1 . t .
J. H A L L B R IU M SI-Y ".,rv ,,f t s t: ti r..* ,,-i it.i'. b ... ,i i..,.
A. C C L E W IS. iriip.; tv for ii 'i ' T ik ^ ..s oi a'iv ifT p7Ii
m rti m* j w n* i t *I v o f-ir t i. I o 1, w,,], T I tl~om t ; Jt ;,, in 11 1 ,11T ,
CHARLES F. EATON. .. ....,, ,. .,. .. ,
'I ,,, (.i,r foulr hunltF dred wl' orih of t
D. J. HERRIN. than ro rlIv.f. t1', '11t. 4V thnr
I I I) -T 0-d "a t tt !, Ilas iatr II l. il.l
A. J. P. JIULIAN. I "<:; i "nK "I t a '. " a .." 1 1,- 0.,-.1,7 Vyl1nasti a7 ,I1tr:tus in tif ilv
A. S. *MANIN. -,t.n N n ee .i \- .. ims mst lesirabli hal That caui be obtain-
A. S PMANN. < n*x 1 X ntee.l rb ;l ,-i -s x. U' als '' ,ed for the purpose, just as soon V i,
RANHK W. PH LOPS. w'' 1 n "irt,"'.ir-t"t us. ando hn w ssible, including showed baths. read-
h,, !o thq, o p-r, n it U as ,Ili- \\r .Te A
FRANK W. POPE. the op' "rtun s h-''' r" "'nt i ing room. eotc.. this hall to be open at
J. H. R.ESE. ii h add yo ,n V .\~-
R. H. SHACKLEpORD iin t candiay of W. L Mar- all hours for any member of the asso-
B 'STONEMAtin to t -'i-,t ,n,'. who has betwen T.st..,i ciation or club. I have the statement
F. B STONMA. D int. tfie.ry crucibleh of p'litial t.mpip- of Mr. McIntosh that he did not intent
Clepte to the National Democratic tatin. anti wh cam. ut with not to have a gymninasium or run in opposi-
Convention From the First a sing., from the fi,.ry bla.tts tif p, ii- tion to the association, bit is merely
CoHnW.r RTional DisNtrct i t -i,,'rtin Sh,,uhl w hesitate getting utip a training class and will
W. A. FULTON. uhhn tl' )hio 1e? No. n,,ver' Antl suc,1 give wrestling matches and boxing
I. S. GIDDENS.a man is y.,ur tandidath., Hon. W. I.. matches.
1. 8. G1DDENS. : Mar"i matches. .. .
A. J. KNIGHT. Martin.As the association has the promise
J. D. ROBERTSONi'' has Trt'(l that .,p- of nearly a hundred members, the sec-
j;,,r nin make first class l.-gislat,_r. retary will immediately begin the col-
AMONG THE GREAT iani \\hen we add to thtir natural an, election of the $14 membership fee ani
-a- ,iuir,'d ability the st-rn, rigid and ir- the apparatus will be ordered at onc,.
mrancis M. (Cockrell. now a inembl. r rv.ocabl princihIs ,,f morality. th, r R.E. Cole, Secretary.
C the Interstate Commerce Comrnmi.z- in-(vd. we have the ideal legislator.
t, was for years the most unique fig- Yes. Mr. Editor. your grand" o1 THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF
S In the United States Senate. His county is fortunate in having such SUFFERING
lillity. simplicity, and wide experience. material to rest-nt to the vters o Rimatis causes more pain and
So him a commanding lisition il tht ,n--co-ming primaries. and may suffering than any other disease, f. r
Supper body s_. ldoi enjoyed b, thy be- ablt- to make a wise- st-liCti 1A the reason that it is the most common
be upper. Tall of form n with promiyend b s. yg thr ballots in fa f, of all ills. and it is certainly gratify-
ber. Tall of form. with prominen to sufferers to know that Cham-
1Mtureim. and discerning eye, he i s Hmn. W. L. Martin for reprsentativ' btrlain's Pain Balm will afford relief.
__ _and strkin gure W. D. WILLIAM.S,. and make rest and sleep possible. In
0ng ad.e Fla.. i Ail2. 1.0.many cases the relief from pain, which
q'l -i W S S ,S,.- ItiLil. a...April 2S.1 .is at first temporary, has become per-
I Elkinm. anent, while In old people subject to
Personally. Stephen B. Elkins is '. MR. SMOAK REFUTES CERTAIN chronic rheumatism, often brought on
o the most popular and congenial m.'n RUMORS by dampness or change in the weath-
Sthe United Sta SC l ntef t senate. isa- I have been reliably informed by ptcted., the relief from pain which this
machable and considerate to his c"o- st-veral friends that it is being gener- liniment affords is alone worth many
I-ues and to the general public. ally circulated throughout the county times its cost. 25 and 50 e-nt sizes for
teman who has benthat 1 was influenced to make the race sale by alt druggists, m
tleman wh, has ben assoiat for sheriff by the liquor men of Ocala
with him in business andti in politic. and Marion county, and running on "OATMEAL KING" DEAD
Sw fifteen years. says that he nvrthe prohibition ticket in ordr t weak-
en Mr. E'dwards, .o that Mr. talhiway

knew Mr. Elkins to loose his temp. r could be .lc'ted. This statement is
o" that the same poise, benevolen e false and without foundation, and !s
being circulated by a certain element
md optimism is displaytNi equally in to weaken me. 1 was not brought tut
poltit-cs business or the domestic r.la- by any party or faction. 1 came ,out
s a pt of r. n In my own merits and through the s i-
1o. k is a part of Mr. Elkins" prh;l-I limitations of several friends, and 1 re-
nophy to be happy and contented, t I spectfully solicit the support of all
.U.A o.... O._ .... .... : . I democrats and 1 solemnly pironlise ;f

Ferdinand Schumacher, known as
the "Oatmeal King of America" from
having founded the breakfast food
business in this country, died unex-
pectedly last week. aged S2 years.
He retired from business several
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%VW en you wan, a Hayi.' ;a,
at Rea'-' onabho P;u'S. "
iSi- a call.

Haycraft and DeCamp

(p Ad4 ~Peke3 a"p )

Phydians oendem P. P. P. & a apn-
did eo,-b,,'*4,-f and wrbe it ith
gymt intuftenon for the eur of al
forms and stags of Primary., B0x0dry
and Tertiary Syphilis ByphUitO Mhe-
mat= m. Scrofulous Uler and Bors.
Glandular Swellings. Rheumatin. Kid-
toy Complaints, old Chronic UlOm tha

' hawe reci&ted all treatment, Catarrh. R
Diseames. EczemS. Chronic Female
Ccrnrladnts, Mercurial Poison, Tetter,
Scaidhead', etc.. etc.
i P. P. P. is a powerful tordc and an
: ex-e'ent an-itier. building up the

yadof wlal ISML0e609d"-
frowqm izingdthe uyesmpm by h
no h.c .t P. P..
whoemblo~dlin an imPut'n"'n'
to menstrual jegnlatitie amp~ecularty
benefludby the 'WonderfultS~O a md

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gold by aill DruggJtS.


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Embalming to Order

Rhode Island Reds
Barred Rocks,
Black Minorcan
Also a few Plymouth Rock Hens, $1
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February 1, $2 per setting.
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Ocala House Wine


MeMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine StiUlls
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Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
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ntI I address THE VEGETABLE, Honorable W. B. Lamar Writes a Commrn. cation in Which Every Voter in Florida is Interested.
l 19L05. In :he house of rnpresenta- !,amt wat largely voted down. If I ,est cash cost of Massachusetts r
ttv ,%at Washington City. I reported am nominated to bp United State -ways we have for each mile of s
a bil to regmiatc railroads i-and their enator. I heill renew the amendment gle track owned:
eCuwges. mid ai.:(oi,. othe,'s was a iwo-i, i bat ,-,rat bi dy. It Will i,.! "shlehl I Preliiir:ary legal papers and
Viion to pt the ICING C. I AR, ESl 4'c T'-4E O," +" 1AN;E I- : rigt o f way ............... o$
OF PRIV-ATE 'r AR LINES UN!)ET" TERE~T aid a)pie:- equally to THG i iciierngad cn
Th-E PO'A_.R ,;,F T14E INTEL,- t,-.\:_ M f. P:(.-
... POUL 'v THE IN T-. Mel" ?c.o. P', 1 structian to top of rail.. ..11.
I p on iin-a. Ma's.: f .-Ui- i.. ..... J\ > pN!T Minor stations, machine shops
I m attae ( one vet eintarst aio o ?i n- ..r.Irod PA ..in i nlju red ,s pl in. ; so th.t i.. : I- ..... P $7:,... N ot of an(l houses ..............
ccmn.t~r*,F DI AR DVA.
i.tr.du. d. t^ o7. hv ::-r r off r' Vtlt, Eq i i! nt of locomotives and"'
Se %emo w rat.c(.1i t I '. r. ai 1 ........... ........ ,'
'101'..h .. p ^ Q . rI; p. ..orlnar. expenses ....... .
vision to aig and lr,. k an,-, fn in ,- e , . d or i.l ookn rat- t i Estir.aao cost of construction
e-its of Flor id car..era. on t ra r, ;, r) a, q ip.:ent p r il .. .. 2'.
.t tluS tdkt aI 'o xTh;:: .- Fr.:.i Over-Capital-zation of Railroads
Stark,-. i Fla. to New Y ')rk Ci' th% ,! ij,i rj jir-ht r - -.- -.-- a..
ig ciaro ry4, a1'l trei 1(1 cnarn ,n 1 iargi ,>>( to Tis assa-hai us;ts has ben I1le(ted
|rlo, -of t,'"aw bt rri.-s is $ s I am It, a -'! 1, inh Il ,,,it I "_ [ at. rioa cmnis .rs h
fo.-med. h s f r- .ire- t a r s a i r c .o,.f h "
Th. cli me ti a o- - t:i)i**oeme ie..clargds reduced th usual amo unt

Thrivate a i:,l., ,s"oplI, a rr|sstovch r^- 1907 I ht*o. t ":- la .qa c ... ., r>>~ t h -.^ *v n n p r ni..t c s oo r p oa te dishon p charge. I want o, ) r.,: ;i n o,-'it cooate dainahons ayl heir ,r
Th icing ch:,r-s a,'. bl t,- ) over-cap-it.i,:a'in rair, publicityoro
'toof corporataei-nac" olili.!! i
from $ t to $)0, the state of Nv Yorl. ot e rring ai .. Its dense population requires a 1
Evidence tak n a! Wa-hinIton Citv a : ao. and i:aco .in.. : ,rowh hi. ai! .[i .... gtr q t
shows that Si ;,o $ro:,, is aN ami e ;(if C.. Tn!el" n,-r n l t ai)r the rest of'the united States. its coW .
ing charge for ot ,, ,lct carriag-. ,aODip,'t, t t :n im !. :tV )I1 t'e xiat o o c nt n 9 y
The truck and t- rit.ni- .,*r in F o i,.- t o.,si :),f, hI n d U "' i O ,). -w.
ida now ha, a (h I w e o t heard t son of its rocky soil and hill.) te
id M nbe- ha_- a < mnch li(.v |O rea ter hea r an,! Tis thx- ,, r .7i- yAX iars ag o. statl r ks, bo ve trl o r -ef
cut down thi. xt ortionart, icin as o.io" charg Thr t-rate fro er ( alifornia to "Th.- Inr h aen' of wat-r ill i. I ; r- ih o.. .
New York on fr'ih' and icing chal-t.- railro-ii! s..-st,, is s s o known th t value of eq uipnhent fron $:,.,.,,
eis is nm ci I'i I .--- tan frn m i ,Flrida to, it I n t n t-.s;iry ".,t l) tn r- i'i tO $,: l ve added $15,,,,,,,,
New York. In a spo-ch deliteredt b. to-ch 1tp1h the ima tt'r. 'V ,orl)i t
we in congress on i) Decetzbe, 13. 10o5. *t h eopwlceii nooiisoitair, i ati-t 1, e -
~ pace in iiso~I~iat ii; t1C '1of construction- a e al w d S
I used this language, vat,,d roais.A bet a.n .k!balv and B', I-
."Now. tier- was- not a word in the falo. and incr"a4edt t., apitalizatil .-t,
h-Townsend bill. the republican by n+-arly $ ..,,,I,,.,,,t, in doing it. thI i 1as st lr hme obtain.d an whira
bli--and it should have t)ben ,htre: aI 5, .I,- p-,. ,,v., t,) h, stock a,,i- gHON. W. B. LAMAR have n
there was not a word in th,- Dav.,.y talization of tlih Hu~ii-n road. nhe dru bt sfbsailyxe
bill, the democratic caucus bil--and. which he Was president: th. n ixt, 1- i, , +*lia. Total lengthh of sitigle track.......76,1 the edcotiof ralways.
it should have been there--correcting:ing his control o.er the ntrl anl Thefconstruction of thn h edto. frssalitt indus ai
the iniquities of terminal fees and adopting the sanme tactics thor- h W LL;AM B. LAMAR. linosn esty.d Masachuirstrak pofathes
povate car lines. My state has siuf- adt'Nd N:1 ,fir cent. to tiwe New e7 !., hs. xcudn a
feared unjustly in thp t-rniinal-feos -na; th ,n consolidatid the .. X N,. 2. blihiliugs, .sectrities of ofhwr .o a- ed States, and yet we have the folio

ine cap-italazation of the Massach
matter. Tie vegetable and melon Pn'! roads, and in ,doijg it inlfat.'d ,!,, -IaI i)c :is-- NI. ,,. r't,. -, nint e,.cash, and
"y ae- ll.sct ts railwav.
fruit industries :ny state have be ('entral "27'- "('0I". ,nior .and t' .- 'tIg't gi'.i as, "$2:'"..,3.. I rond fig- Fn.nled debt..$.""....
injured W bY tL, untJliSt exa- 'tion, of Hudson ,,.3 ),'r cent ., so theit in tI +P'n- w,) '". 1. I .o a,' (O tors. $7:,..-. f roadh : o...,
the private cars. M r. C h:. irn ian fr ,r t i o ur year ." "ro,". 1 i- ," 1 "1 1 o7f) ." ;" atilI .. ii i Q 1 t ) tllil ,)t si Ag O ,, Z r ('i.' C apita I st ,)C -. .. .. .. .......2;5,S34,4t
the little town in which I r.-sidt(. Nlon- brom;..inT the ea!'t :flizat.ion Th Fr i '..il".a rd i til t~ie This single track balL{ion is th
ticelo. Fla.. to Pittsburg. Pa.. it has $t54..,,,.,14 wli.h wa., a little or r-ii;on t e ani a ip tant ten for it iiUil,,s e er, Total capitalization. ...394,277.1
cost the large, and1 extortionate pri.x. than the total ii s (Th- 0,1te l)(iok. I'.!" th,.- .'-. ,* '.': ',.:- of he ['nire~l opt of tra'ak, where er orU [IOWteV,-.. Dividing this by 7,;e'1 miles of si
of W for i(-ing charge!. on a car c Oot iofI3.ak.)(eIt 54.l ,I,,I,. io r o r .. -' St u3 ed. gle track w e obtain about $52.00 ,) c a
camntaloupes. while ac'-ording to th,- $1i,: .,,:. o ,.".i. Tii- totai (- :.it r:.,.. I "'mfl.er II. 9' 5.~ O nittina long brid~e-.. tunnels jialization per mile---51 1-2 per cent
best testimony taken upon th.s sub- l- )-)ks.ill1 71,, w , .havv.r3c t ( sl.. xtrtoriin-y xaw%
ject, a charge of from SIS Ti) $2. mleb. -,,?ire itnfl.l,, Li- Qa," t: ;is.:,' ii n-. -rtos toi l)t,,cbcyrd eern go. seso o
would be the maxitnun price the-., wa, s $1"2 .' ;, i: is , .-', ," z ) yoaz.r ver ~ t i ".al'o~ l "04i c"i a e ern ~ g o s a s t f c
:'private car lines shot',ht j astly char ,' "'That -'X.i .1., :. ; ])h.... } i,!. .. .-, 'I' ",",'.Z ,) 'r-. pi t Ii -:i- t!:eavario perani, t-gatl sh railway toniet s gaivnond commisiofn'ssrecel
--$&' taken at ot e f-l! swO4)!, Pil1 .'f a i.~rat e~xtflt alI O\'er the C ottiltl'y. l} ion1 f '.h-' .'aii "itiw,\a cor'i nrFtt, lu th to a ofrg thn rdga railwbadaytol to~'.l .ettsn aloa2, 9)',w id aonks s reoka
one small pre f,. -. -,,'tpo h alha stohn~i Tie2 '.w ida ~o
Twepre f:'~iht.- that outr ,'ai !r, ad capitalization is flow ,,f I;, lnite, .'L ,' .. at114 'lt10C' pa' finances about a s tollo)w wh .ii l)it-t- c,)ullts, butt on iimb)ly not the practice
hin arta tlr a i(,lUt i alif "va; i". ,r w:tt er aIn. -' n. ii";a:- *y i,' r.. .j r. y,,n,+- q,',-ry of ,",, ,!,: t +y con.- trtict,-d tr th
and l-ttuce tgoes, froml Sanf.ord. Fh The fl...~t, , t'" 1St1'tll'tit~tl lind e41.:.- .*:i- h. Cul'r,'t "'.." u kiiow~ what .'.o, Preliminary legut papers and~ Construction....... .- .,,.
id. tooto tt ur~t lu s '\e~ i ~ M :2::. '. .~i :,,,ihi.:'-'..l tli., ,-.,;- rights of '\ ay. ............. $ i'') Equtipr,-nt ...............32,957.
Thi icng a\-tt tr m $.,, !,' a.- [": i::,, t i, t:in.1;~ c-at,, th~at h.ra.'z~.- ,,'. ,'.'.li '-,tie, th.' ;ubl:,' Civil +,.--in,,.'Z.. (c :t 'II tiot ,Land arni h,.ilhngs........ 1.197.2
to even $4o0 per car. w'oi::., atiotinti rai t,,a is :o the I nit,.d 5 aTe.- ar," c'I ,- ,h,,, 11l ,, n,'r'" I w ,i:'dt .ay hi t ; t o o frui. . . .. . 1 i) C s . .. . . . .08 0
to a miring to Thlat comm 'tlity ahon,,, j:apiz,*,. a t a )U:t dot,i,~ ~ x 't II .' -\' ,, ',V ': 0, ': . ,:ir. a- a co'i- A c .:!lil.- .l.S ;tllh l.,
annlua!ly. of S$;',,,,,,. If he, hi zh Cm~l'l U,'... ,,: '.it id ,,q;ii !,d -, ":.: it t'>,.~ a~ .- *l,,l ,,~a .,'i *!, t Arca'11 .St,*",("( t1),-~
frejgb rate a~ c~lttc.l ~150. pe. *t ~ ti ~ue.... tl.;..... .. ..... ... .....'4 u .er- ....T..... ..... ... ..T.al................57s.5 .7
would be a huich 'treat,-r sa~~inl to thl tP.', i-. j8 with 'it ,, F!iz -,'ifl- 'i --iZ "' te t,,'; : ,)I ~.-C ~.e rits in rail- Total.....................* $i '". pr,,p. ,.......... .21.
shqippelrs th.,r, andi all over Flor Ia. re:,'.," In the, .-am.-' -.p..ch. b.~:v ', a. o5 p~.tf.h y OI ,', " ............~

At this cactilati n. the nielon. 1 ,, ,.r 0, ,,#7. I .-, h-I.e P,.l. l :H'...,TrS tiP,.., til ",i:es. ridges ( say ov, r t;i-fot span a i C a sets..........$ .7
ad vegetable int-r,,sts ot Flori I "Let. cite :it. facts a Is to so il,. Not on v .,' o,.t" riilva.s often other UlliSUa! ,,,t- .re- bt t or.'.- The it,,n of $ .(4t.,iVL( probab
Ust P'ay to 1 lriv ate car ii.ie:- of !lhe ra.-roal s ina rh,,, sat o'. F,'- w.as: t'tV i-',0i, wtroily ci,): I pr-- ,i, Massachlsetts and the Iil rlt "strategic purchases." ha
ONE MILLION IAN$1 "1.101.0,I DO)IolARS ii a ulon th -s .rii t 0b.o ve,'-cai:)iali- ceei o tii .-'e f ..'11 t 'r Stat .s t ,re are ver f ,w rai.w ys '- in no po r relation to o ntitr
O V E R A N D A B O V E W PA T T H E Y z. jtio n 1 ),! r...w. b u Qi )' fW,,.u O t ,,,s; tatis 10 .0 w are v a raf .,l-i
OVER AND ABVE T THEY Z, ttio !'tluw 11 V. bir >'b II 01 t* I quiring 1,..0., cubii(c yarm., ex(c'v4- required to operate the roads for tl
SHOULD PY. F, R ICiNG (1[1AR';- Tak-' :h.' A?,la,!ic (',.t ;diLnP 1'i I-i,;',n..*iv alt to K lti)r 1' Uf ttion :;:.,) per mile, convotnience of the public and ti
ES ALONE. road i that stat- t i ta;iz 'arni -,s hli'ir nterpriss b iss:- notable individual in-profit of the stokholers.
_ My work in co(,ngroes, great.y be',- $,.,.1, ',,r ,I i ,,, Thre ar,, notable .,,,,;,, and ,lviihualh Tie interstate t omo-erce co
ed to make the lar as rt is. giving "he (','a'-a Talatt.+, all.a.,. p.nr....,l iv th tn. .vostie'ing expense. .nt t;hele will sion, .June 3). 1903. reports total mil
ed to make.thetla% as :t is. g.vin- porto TalllInIia
the conipl;ining sh;pli.er a remedy., ,-r: a t -,',a al $2-.; pr ruimit,,'. o, .I -. r ,tr ",, it of k 1",- i alancd i th a rae s:ti of i track .29:.."21.51 this I, n
I think "the shippers of Flo'riaa" wi;l The Florilda F- i C vtst -':,'road s ,s.-Wn1 a s,,', ivt e ptroi in the $1:>,0 allowance per nile for the length of roadlled, which is les'
appreciate my work $2.4,7" pr Tii lut; constructi n it is the notal length of all the track
I now addres THE ORAN ; E Th.- (;*,ortia. SSi!.i i-, 111,i [ m-'i. So i,11'idt.l\ ,. I foui it this t) Irhat i. averaz- )oo c hr placed O tside of Mass
SHIPPERS l 1 9- ,4. th ra.il- railr:i at $25.2V pr n,. ., th ets, t I flt jtil, aft, $.s.i) of construction is nearly chusetts, with a few exceptions In tl
roads in Florida suddIenly raised th-, And. to cap th, c(itnx, trh. t S,- n1:,:e;',ous imiii-.iu.tl .xpet-ienct's. three times the necessarVy (cost ,$l$. easrern and middle states the etui
rate on oranges ;n Florida shipped to board Air Line railroad at $4s-.417 per saying to you that more than one-half !,^ of stamrailwa's to the railtop, ment rar-l1 costs as much as $.0i
outside markets from .0 cents p r mile of tht, railway s,eMurities i,suetd repre The cost of equil)lent of the Massa Iper mile. and we are liberal in puttir
box to 40 cents per box. This was 4,I Does it cost over $15.4.,, per n'i!-z 33 1-3 per cent. raise. It wa.s an un-,,) bu ild andi equip these lines of rail!- of cash. 122. his principal a th equipment of all at an average of $2
just raitw. road? 'onlpotent civil enrtiet-rs say Besides the aterl rolling, stock. For the i -e of ths O e or $ .2O 0
Theteiterstate commerce coolingitocknot",,rth'[)rpo-o ltl' 0 per mil. or $,47.-2y.0. Th
7%he interstate commerce conmii.- not securities by the original builtld,,rs of comparison I wvill placp very high fir- total railway capital. June ,). 190
ion condemned it. BU T THE\ Then the shipping interests of Floi- a new railway, other and often larger ures upon it. though much, of it is was interstate cmmerce commissi
WERE TOO LATE; the deed had ida are paying freight and p1assn", per',entages of it are potired in by i- iand l argeiv dejpreciated in valtiu,: report $12.599.99.25S. or about $'
been done. THE RATE HAD BEEN fars on large sums of capital Noir nanciers who have t'oundt their pr)tit ILocomitives. 2277. at $I. watered securities an $
RAISED. INVESTED IN THE RAILROADS- in combining a number of individual 00 each .............. $277.n., 600.000,000 actual value
The orange shipper has been ro,- "WIND AND WATER." rail%'ays into a systemn'" by means of Passenger cars. '3'S:. at Experi.nced engineer, me
bedi. The Industrial Commission, ap- I introduced into the house of rep- a holding and operating corporation. $, ch......... .;.;., those who have been through the mil
pointed by President McKinley ( Oi- resentatives February 7, 19417, aw As a result we frequently find sir- Baggae and nail ca'.-. will tl vo the sae as do as
nttntinz i o this \''erv case. ,used this I' Un hitn ton n hill to r.ti- ilate rail- t.i... -f -.... ;i ... ;i, .i ....... ..t..t ..... !

days of the crimes O FUk and Goot
of the BErie, I have watched -
growth of this criminal method af
"watering" securities, and today w
find that their success has led to taw
I perpetration by their imitators of &
colossal fraud reaching $7,000,000,9g
upon the citizens of this Vtt-
all'I I wish you God-speed in trying to
sin-, put a stop to it. If you succeed yoma
will earn the gratitude of every bow
est man.
I return to you the bill, which couM
be much improved, and I also ban
S you Engineering News. November t,
1 190)5, containing a brief article o
mine on "'Railway Rates for an Elee-
tric Railway." and the following p-
pers: "What Are the Facts?" by S1-
son Thompson: "Facts About Ral
Roadss" by H. T Newcomb: Solutkm
STransportation Problem." by P. 1.
_' rosscut): "Mas.. R. R. 1. Comn.
Rept... Jine :,). 19,, '"
S After you hav rea d n':.- a.-ticle ia
.the Engineering News. I wish you
| would refer to Census Bulletins Nos. 3
f and 21. just to see how clreftlly they
S, have avoided giving th, required data
enabling thie fixinz of the cost of
construction. eq'uinlen and opera-
1tion of rht railways th,-y pretend to
i deloal wi'h.
sts To the engineer'ss lot irt falls to deal
e'with the concrete an!t tangible and
-z" when he seeks help from these ex-
pensivo publications l)b our goverm-
Ok i'-n.it he finds that because no one
compiling the data in them appears to
Shave power to demand replies, or
practical experience and grasp, all
our government statisticians have
asfallen victims to the conspiracy of ase-
crecy among railway promoters and
Operators, who above all things fear
honest publicity for their deeds.
IVery truly yours.
w- The first public address of H. W.
i1f- Long, which was made to the Ocala
Rifle Guards, May, 1860, at the second
'55 meeting of their organization:
1 Fellow Soldiers:
6,'; Unexpectedly I have bad the honor
to preside over you as chairman thus
39 far in the organization of your cons-
in- pany. The object of our meeting be-
-) ing familiar to all, and knowing my
of incompetency to make usual prelimi-
nary remarks without preparation re-
i1- quisite on such occasions, at your first
iu- meeting I did not do so. You have
rt. elected your officers, and your selec-
Lc'- tion showed wisdom on your part it
'al placing patriotic and competent olf-
cers as commanders of your cQdopfmy.
32 The object of this meeting is to ef-
22 feet the organization of a uniform
IS company. which cannot be done wilth
67 out unity among yourselves. It Is not
merely necessary for you to be uni-
29,form in dress. but it is indispensably
necessary for ihhe success of this
10 company that you should act as a unit

in the character of true soldiers.
I am sorry to find many who are op.
V'posed to the organization of a mill-
i tary system in this state, but fellow
o. soldiers, our legislature was actuatl41
by no factitious motives in reviving
h those laws. It is to be feared that
many of us have become1 case-harlden-
t-t d to the reipeted insults i tpo -t,',
ion us in our national halls and other
)t' places by ai unscrutpul.),,.s people. who
7 (feign would call us brothers Tbohe
s. clamorous clo'ids of national different.
a- es have been-fostered at the north fur
Years, which threaten the ov,,rthrow
of our institutions, and when from
timee to time the south would rouse
ag'Kup to a sense of duty these national
) Iclouds have been somewhat dispersed
'-: by compromises, which has been
le slowly but surely manacling us within
: 'the iron grasp of a two-third major-
nity of our enemies in congress. The
SHarper's Ferry outra and more r.a-
'-!cent concessions required of iui do-*b
but verify in thunder tone the max-
ln ims of a great and good man. wthch
1) is to prepare for war in tim--. of

.-, I.-Ilki-,


Low,- - a

The Methodist Episcopal church at
Kendrick was dedicated with very im-
presive ceremonies Sunday morning.
May the first. Rev. F. IR. Bridges of
tis city, the presiding elder of this
datruict, was present and preached
the dedicatory sermon and the servit-
en were largely attended by persons
liing at Kendrick and for many miles
Mr. Bridges preached a very excel-
let sermon, and all who heard him
were greatly pleased with his effort.
The citizens of Kendrick have la-
bored faithfully for the building of
tif pretty little church and have been
valiantly assisted by the ladies of the
church, who have given a large num-
ber of successful entertainments for
the benefit of their church and they
are now all very proud of their pretty
Jouse of worship.
There were still lacking $260 to
make the final payment on the church.
which could not be dedicated until
paid. Tb.? pastor. Rev. M. M. Lo)rd.
tarted a subscription, and in a verve
short while had raised the necessary
amount. so that the church could b0
properly dedicated, and the ceremon-
leI were then conducted.
SA basket dinner was served under
the shade of the trees and an elabor-
ate spread of good things to eat was
enjoyed by all those present.
In the afternoon a song service was
held in the church.
The new church is a very neat and
comfortable one. and Kendrick is to
be congratulated on the successful
completion of her house of worship.
Mr. C. H. Mathis. probably the larg-
eat individual grower of cantaloupes
and watermelons in the state, was
among the visitors at the Ocala Ban-
ner office Friday afternoon, and dis-
played a cantaloupe over half grown
which he had plucked from his farm
jut south of the city. He says tho
snad is splendid on all his places in
this section of the state, and he an-
ticipates a good crop cf high grade
Mr. Mathis has in ths inimediat,
section the following acreage: Canta-
loupes-At Irvine. 1S5 acres: Willie-
ttUo, 150 acres; Ocala, 1SO acres.
Melons-Kendrick. 15, acres; Fair-
teld, 110 acres: Irvine. 100 acres.
Micanopy. 15< acres; Williston. IS1
acres. He reports having had suffi-
cient rain to mature his crops at all
the places named except Kendrick. at
which point there has been no rain
since the plants came up.
Mr. Mathis has just returned from
Georgia, where he has a larger acre-
ae than in Florida, and says that the
talk occasionally heard here about the
Georgia crops being as far advanced
m those of Florida is purely fiction.

He says the growers of early crops
her need have no fear of being inter-
fered with by Georgia growers in the
marketing of their products, as that
tate is quite a few weeks behind

Mr. William A. Tongue of Pairfield.
upon the urgent solicitation of his
neighbors, has permitted the use of his
atne as a candidate for county com-
amisioner from the fifth district.
The people of that section of the
fIfth district claim that it has n-evor
ad a commissioner, but that th,
Commissioner has always b-.n fron-
the eastern portion ,f the district, and-
the voters think that turn ab-,ut is
fair play.
Mr. Yongue is n\\w living on tho
place wvhvro he was born. and hle is a
popular enterprising andl su'c.-s(sfu
citizen. His parents ;are aninr th.
oldest ciliz.ns of the tunty. haviiit
cast their It with our pt-i-jilt' in 1S4.
Coming t-, this s.ate fr, \wiVinnsl,-r,
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i Wholesale Grocers Ocala, Fa..

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!-^_i_.m ^Now is time to put your stock in goodcon. --2

edition. We have just received a large

go consignment of __f
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iMagic Stock and Poultry Food

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SRED ROCK GINGER ALEin quarts and pints, also LEMO LIME


Aw We have a large and assorted stock of Penny Candies, also 30 pound

S1pails Stick and the Southern Department Candy, all of which __

we offer at attractive prices, Be sure and include a -"

small lot in the next order you send in. -

"- We Handle; Robertson's Grape Juice, in pints and quarts, Made right -

= where the Grapes grow, Guaranteed the best. --

o Jello and Jello Ice Cream Powder, 2 dozen to the case, -
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__ Cigars, Cheroots and Tobacco, a full assortment,

^ Grand Pa's, Fairbank's and Uncle Sam's Tar Soap,

o Force, Korn Kinks, Oat Meal and Elijah's Manna,


._-- In Feed We Handle
W- Purina, Shorts, Bran, C S, Meal, Scratch Feed, Wheat' In fact we ave -
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