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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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[ THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS.-

VOLUME 43, NUMBER 46. ()CALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908.

THE EDiTORS AT ST. PETERS- THE STATE OF FLORIDA AGAINST1
= -OOD__ BURG OHNOEILL ThM onroe
|MPII I- LoiTR-e Harris anwl Mr. Fran: The circuit court was engagee.s! ll
SPRI NG T N I C I M ffHarris..,r.. ,'. trnel home Sunday af- (lday Tuesday in the trial of the casee OF OCA
tIernoon from St. Petersburg. wheriof John O'Neill for ihe nurer of ii-
'the% attended the meeting of tho!
RDY FlAssociatin. and wh, *, Stands for the building up c
___"____th________ __________y _tv enjoyed a royal good tinio. i' Th murder occurred at Belleview
S6 BOTT LE r. R. Carroll and laughter, about six months ago. O'Neill was patrons i particular; for rea
i ml M.Mrris. who also went down to St. P from Jacksonville. but had accepted rhelp in times of
teriburir on Friday for the meetin I a position in one of the store,. t,
16 * Bb Ifo | return, d hme Tuesday. While thor.- Belleview. and had been theremall depositors and sm
DOI-fLLARS -. Tl 1" K they were the guests of relatives. I' for a short time. He got into .oSi.
SO R DOLLARS Tea.,. T Although tihe number of editors i, difficulty one or two days before h. T unr
Y /s >mmudAdan d "the nimeeting was small a very d(elignti- killed MeLendon and was slabbd in:
miii anilid profitable time was spent. The hack with a knife or some other (IN (
[--- "ySS&S' Il'ri(la l morning was devoted to, sharp instrument. He thought tht OCALA, -
___l**[T'l~Ill l)soec(he.i byv the mayor of St. Pet-r-- McLendcn had (done the cutting. He -
O~tLY Ai I" --go"--=w Zinseo,
SY bur'. ;i d a number of th.? editors. On also heard threats that McLendo-i
..... Ieem as"ai ssrilav lVtGrnioon the following pro- hall made against him, the nature of AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH SI
ar p Sle i is gra^m wa, reniero(d. andi vry inw,'! which was that "su(h a character A
0 66 a" In<'< O'Neill ought to heie drum med out of
________I___I_____II________ .n io the ,)nxunitv" The Baptist church Sunday morn
I*ia 1i0 h- .-0 Mi(s.- )nlroy. ;( community."
*w" ,/ V---Vo,-al solo -,Mrs. .1. Frank ('has,. I On the night the deed was conimit- and evening was taxed to its full
,Air, 1, ,c ( ,I'Nro[i accompanist. td O'Neill went into the store of the pacit. it being the day for the o
DR~ m ir S^TTO R E I/i^l~ -'l" ^%S?^ I^' ;titianL "- Kaiheri'e liatr. |Hillelviow Trading company, and. h nation of th new < cns of
||"r|||| tt| |||Tr ^)\fc^-^ ylS ^ H<>',~- D RU G ST O R E 1 l'-i.l ('ulture Ccl!-. ;ra,-;lhad a knife and was advancing upon the ministry.
ed s l o(.h i.him when he shot and killed him. Thn presbytery for the examinai
SPap. r-;>il \Iayes. peis;l; It was. however, ascertained that of the candidates included Dr. G.
For a lurr r ,,'a)1s1 :,l.ii. o I \l. i- M.I nIoon had no knife of other wea- Nunnally,. president of Columbia
A and Pr sonai lain's S tlvw. It will allay th. .i \o'(\ , Mi.. Ophelia I;rI 1ion. and didt not get nearer to O'Neill l0g I)r. L. D. ,eiger. the cor
most inf .uaiitly :ndt quirkily v ,.:tl th# -
jured parts. For Salt. -ly all drui...- ('MI,. ..,;e. C, eoipanlist. thaii twenty feet when he was killed. pending and financial secretary of
Mr. La.ther Stafford of Fivay was gists. -'ri1da ett,-uiii. a r,'ception an,1 The state claimed that it was pre- Stat Mission Board of the Fle
visitor Monday.a ln o ( .-H las giv'n the editors nl theIr moditlted murder, and the defense Baptist Convention, and Rev. C.
Colonel Venable (of ( enir till. \,) .lii and friends b t. that the killing was done in self de- Nash, who has been actively enga
Dr. William Griffith of Dunnelloi! superintendtled th rick p:i in ,,, ,inie. e in the ministry of Florida for a q.
was a Monday visitor in Ocala. h(cala, is hwre oi ; isin i l-(, ': D, if- oraeae sanwihs nd Mr. Ramonld i. Bullock defended tr of a century, and the old deac
things are, \erv quiet in hiis se':'ti(h l)'i. hfx riletl, ~nl i'(svii
"(-lt t(h a" .er que hin In U)from a (.()zY ( YN 'rl ONeill and Iiaide a two-hour seech, of the church. The deacons to be
Mr. J. martens s spent Sunday at and that nobody. c; complaining oft' a nious a.i logical. lned were Messrs .J T. Lanca
M.JWClr with his wife. ting opulent prices for ','i 'ta1)h. ilt tiet hall. '-hich had tee.n i reality wvhih wa innil.
LHe Weir with his wife. l,d., il t i Mr. Davis prosecuteX in the naDme L- F. Balard w Alkn n
rtyihor' H W teo' Wa on i> \ - At Ilh Satiurdlay moo'iill s-ssion of the state and was just thirty mi--I T W. Christian.
AtlMr.ntic Coast r lne at Clearwater i on and has known personally the t tiion o officers took )'pace.. l" itos in making his address to the ju- Mr. ash opned h ornig
Atantic C r the lnit,1 St. .\t . eh,.rn o a land wa which was vigous and forceful. ice with I)rayer anid I)r. eiger r
of the presidents ofio nl- W NiF. Uet h( 1tilon of Llr an v *wsougfin a h srpue esn
Nailing campaign lies will now be a except the last five. When .Joil .,,i %I I -i 'i" i. W\ V. p)w.. The mother of the (votig ain h tr
favorite pastine until the day of th Quincy (%Aalnm, died. Watti'rson. i'i.i *a '. : -, *- e, ;rsid ni" T. 1;'. hi side, i ring- tht ir trial Rv. ('. arroll la e th r
primalnry. : page in the h)ousl of r'v,.rv,. fltl z. l', i' ,I. it. 'r. "iue i S. ullock, who pro we
wa. at his bedside. I \,', I . -( n ili t. a rt il(rp li* th. tdidates 10 the presbytery.
Mr. I). W. Davi-s and family spl.l.t ;i,(,-, ing the association j1,-l- deliered a \*-r lici.l The eamination of the conriy u
land ii )aria! charge andtivth'jr
the day Sunday at their summer homeo If a man will not resent an attack Ji.' n i < A.itnistiiie as thrir nexi Oh il!' preci1e lhg aitd toh< jurv The exarinai.on ofthe eonlirx
SNort h iA Weir. Ion his personal ch.!racte-. ',:,t :. ij, ,'., i, took* 1 '>. ca.'. l precisely at 7 o'clot ii (leier exa
the world is there in the caUTlp,' 1' T, .l.o- i: .hes uiadle l.v Mr. i,;w.sh.< th,(\' tning. 'd theni )n le subject of (,ris
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysor of llowell and depth of infamy that he will r,' II tIh,. third i-;Isit posinstst('r girn- "The I'ollowiini is a list o()f tht. naii.s xperince Rev. C. H. Nash, on
v sent Monday in the citv with rela- sent? To the winds with this ne-w ),'- o a!n "Tl New ostal Riiin." ai of lhe jrOs: I al to the i"itiistry, and Rev. C
tives. trine. tso trhe on. iiade by I Mr. T(ooner 01of .1. Randall. R. E. Brigance. S. i. Carroll. on the doctrines.
'--- -- .l:)('l~viih. (li> iht; "'-ieox e Q l.(, tar:v l~.vengoo,. .1. I. M t cliri, The rePort of th, p)resl)Ytery to
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. 25c. per Sheriff (oseorge R. Cartel" andl .i titnon," were v.'yv liP' inii,,',d *i'iti w, .-' [. Ce(;rg,., H.. It. Scolt. B. S. Jen- ('thlrch was readl b*y l)r. Nunnally
bottle; guaranteed. Sold by all drug. Carter of Inverness, who were It.ia:- gr,,:ti enijo'c,;. liiin.s. S..A. Neal. Rhodes Viittin -'iTe young can~li~late for ordina
41 gtlite- tried last week. spent Sunday in 0)'a1:t. .\ one o('lock Satn'rdI;yv ;tt< P,: t | toni. ar;inon Sherotse. l)rrew Math-i to the ministry sM)d a splendid
Sheriff Carter was called to St. P,,- th.9 *,,tilh),;s atil friends. 1 -t in a pri--' i aiinaion ani is iiow ; regularly
The Montezuma Hotel is having tersbtirg on account of the dleth '.f vtryc. 1 for l i' hay. ;he, lt | t1,-: inineti minister, and will for tti i
quite a list of arrivals daily and is hs brother, which occurred on S:r-i wi ,ak i), ai. i n *!iihtIeful rid THE MARON R iL D-vL-- M ENT CO.. *nl preach at teidtvillle.
building up a fine reputation. triay n tai..-a-(;rille H.as .,\ ad iaiy Mr H. 8eyniour and his son-in- Mr. Gilover is a bright Yottlil
,1law. Mr. Kenneth McPherson. have ;and an earnest. consecrated Cl
took a (lij) in the ';ii!t. A.- laihm s1u)-
Mr. P. H. Rolls and daughter have AFTER THIRTY YEARS' experi- pt 'as r(,' at th,, ('11i) house <11' o)!oened( an office in Mr. B. F. Contion's ijan, and his friends hope that h.is
to Ocala. where they will be th,, *ence millions of users of L. & M. Point Pinellas. *bt.l fthen 1 sail ba,.* stort, for their new conhllny, which x'<(,r as a minister of the gosp)el
guests of friends for a few days.- PAINTS claim: First, it wears 10 to ( ^ih bay t, ii );'-ln < wnl b(.aknown aShth arinl aD'eln re, hver. Te successful
fvOltnesville Sun. 15 yearar-Second, it only costosts $1.20 T, Th', ni,: ,t '. p,'iersur wit'g 2 nT 1any* They wll sleal in re','l rport or the ;sreytery to
Mr. Chandler Yonge. Jr.. who is a gallon-Third, its the best they have lt ie e'. i ," one andi n.,. t'st dl.,. the salt, ail purchase" of himt- ('hil i'h was xiti(Ie yv D)r. Nunially
er. veran~lier yonge. jr> used-Fourth, sixteen thousand ( i, p '1 t ti ( hranli inhe sale of wood. r'es(iislel to lIv Mr. W. T. (Garv.
nrking for the French, Phosphat'? ever used--uurth, sixteen thotihaiin 'e;r it i< t,)..(' Thai The a'Lendanu."
.o.l... o at.tho spent.. agents certify to this fact. Mclver & ., ,. ,, ,.ifl ,..,,,, TI, Ir. Seymour already owns a saw-- At the evening service lDr. Nunn


pa'I ant..... .. ..... .......... n, ill and a wood yard. besides a gre't preached the ordination sermon.
In Ocala with the family of his un- MacKay, L. &. M. Paint Agents. lb' Iitetii;; will !)s held tt the time t (
i, Mr. R. la witnge. the amlial c. o ic.ois uno(elratiltal If valuable real estate, and was a magnificent sermon ani
i a n. rm ro. th e, n ul I i >:i i 'l! ., ,1- I.,on ceIlebratic,,i
Mr. R. B Yuge. A perverted genius is annoying ila that ci. hi is a very p)rogressive busines- followed by a charge to the v
e- azines by writing anonymous lttr- tha i.
Mrs. Jack Rentz is enjoying a azines iting anonymous t . i an he new company will no doubt minister and a presentation ot a
M r .J c e t s e j yiad , " .lr. \ I1. Ptow ,ll. ;.(tilif as hotst l<>i." / .
to their advertisers. Some of tihli prove ver, siisessful. tble to hin Iv- Rev. (. H. Nash,
ligbtful visit with her parents. Revt. h S hehoslitabl, i t St. lPterslmir-. Iwo
read: "Do you know that J. A. Mite- Mr.PI-son is a voiii Scotch- which he was welcomed tO the 1
and Mrs. Davis. of Kirkwood. Ga. She r "aD o;v Ikw!t: hA (.n'e;tnoiv i(n. wh'.i](li ir.l(Plson Iis aS
e t to e wa ell, the editor of Life, says that it u; iii nd is enterprising and thrifty. i tr by i l )r. (eiger. followed Iv
expects to be awaV until the first o ll. l'e in nUllilieri' \\;i ] lar^' 11l 'verv l "
J-e Iused insect powder in your roomnis yo-i 01 H ill e charge f th p-toW'iggation.
JU other respect' w hiind eineryone that aT- Hrge (f the lp-
,wouldn't have 'em crwln aru Swouln't tended this n't et the Press Asso- have crawling around )n
Dr. D P. Robh''tson. one of their your coat." i te.e thi ...,,tnl (,tt Pres As( ofieth(Te newlyl n~it~ordlainedl msliniste'r.l~(nxn''
Dr. D. P. Rortson. one of the yourcoa.iciation will nt\,'r cease to sing th' Mrs. T. Helvenston returne'l
trwtees of the Columbia College at R praises of beatifil St. Petersl)burg. ME sun fo T, w c P
Lake City, was among our distinguish- Re. R. H. Barnett. formerly past, home Sunday front Tallahassee, where cala Poison Factories
ed viultOts Monday. of the Heights Methodist church. h,!. sh- went to attend the meeting of th2
edvatosMndy ADJOURNED MEETING OF BOARD
Snow stationed at Ocala. has a thrivin, i OR D Iaughters of the Confederacy. You Wil be Surprised to Learn I
Mr. A. M. Poor. who has conducted, parish there and is doing ,-ffectiv OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Harris. who also attended the ('on-0
a shoe store in the Montezuma bIoc:- Ch.ristian work. Re\. Mr. Barinl -- mention. stopped off at Niontieello tM)
for several years, will hereafter re-! was one of i ie most heslov-"d l niiniister-i lMonday. May 11. 19E'S. visit her brother, Mr. .1. .1. McDonald. When food is retained too loiu
side in Jacksonville. ever' slationt'ld her'.-Taml)a News. Puisiiiait Io adljournment the boaril The D)aughters had a very splendi 1 the stoua,.h the poison factory in


Sot (lcointy comInlmissioners met ror In
Mrs. Arthur Clark has reiurne. i The following Ocala people welt purpose of holding an adjourned nmei-
home from Jacksonville. where she out to Splarr Sunday to spend a -. ing. at 1 o'clock a. in. Present: Hion.
has been for ten days. having her etys tion of the day with Misses Shelly and l.(no I.. Edward(s. chairman: C. \V.
treated by a specialist. Pansy Souter. Miz: Mrs. Williani An-. Turner. .1. M. Mathews.
'desor n Mis-sos Mar0yaiet \iideorson. I Th vll III Ilql Cmliii '"itm r Mi-Ithov-,


meeting and selected St. Auguistine as
the next meeting place. The follov.-
ing officers were elected: Presiden;.
Mrs. Lawrence (tf orlando. first vice
president, Mrs. Gwynn of Tallaha:s-
t,,t. ,.f,,F n ,.; .. ...... 1 ,I, ,l t It t r, ,1


-COWPER.

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR



i Chan)bliss B6oij

L, FLORIDA

)f this section in general, and it's
il service not overloaded with self-
legitimate need.
II borrowers welcomed.

k Chambliss Bank
)RPORATED)
. FLORIDA
Local produm e men are preparing
for a banner ),tr for pineapples. The
crop will far exceed that of last year.
and the size will be just as noticeable
1i"Jin its improvement. Mr. chasee of
ca- Chase & Co., says the fruit will un-
the-Idoubtedly compare favorably with sea-
the
son before last. when the pines were
both fine and plentiful. Last year
was an off year and tb t) oltptlt waq
[ion
very short. While the fruit was
A. sweet and brought good prices. It was
('Co!-
i small andt in a way inferior, owing to
r the severe drouth.--ast Coast Paper.
th,1
risl.1 Cloth All Wool and Paint All Paint,
!. is cheaper than shoddy cloth or shod-
Lgel dy paint. The L. & M. is Zinc Metal
uar-I made into Oxide of Zinc combined
ons with White Lead, and then made into
i paint with pure Linseed Oil in thou-
or- and gallon wriadiiug and mixing.
iter. Wears long; actual cost, only $1.20
Super gallon. Mclver & MacKay. L.
M. Paint Agents, la.
SCet'-
rpa









fbi', MARK FOREST
tiouri A son of High Mark. No. 1594. Dam,
I by a son of Edwin Forest
This is a pure-bred saddle stailios,
0> three years old; a handsome brown
iv's'- colt, 16 hands high. He will be allow-
a ed to serve a limited number of mar


at $5 per service, or 10 for the
t son. This colt served fie mares last


Season and four of them are know
to be in foal-the other mare had not
wi'- been heard from. Money is due whom
service Is rendered, and liens retained
on all colts where the service fee ts
atil BILLY REKiT
Illl' A good mule )ack Will make the


it present season at $5 per service; $!10
for the season, or $15 to Insure a lv-
ing colt. Liens retained on colta for
)n, service fee.
Hi- This stallion and jack will make the
Lftel season of 1908 at Dungarven Farm
one and one-half miles west of Or-
ange Lake. The season for them -
th. imals will close July 15,. and no mares
will be served after that date. 3-2Wtf

S. H. Ge itslill
SMcINTOSH FLA

Ho J. M. MEFFERT D. B. MAYO


; in IO MI J
tIVe


digestive tract works overtinime and
there is giidiness, ()confuisi)on of
thought, dlesponIdency. heart burn.
sleeplessness, nervous t rouble and
other synimptomnis of indigestion.


4


N'%ll ,WAYS-- ,i


I3MEON1












PRIMARY Vote for One.
For State Chemist:
R. E. ROSE.
It and Fa-
h Names Vote for Two.
tea Fer Justice of the Supreme Court:
WILLIAM A. HOCKER.
Lmple" bal-


- iMPI I@ALLOY OF


A^^M theadd^V^ ftod^^^^ ^^mSy I
mlllulas TbenesWs"Wit
f Various Candi
Below we produce a "ma
lot of the ticket to be vo


MAX M. BROWN.

J. HALL BRUMSEY

A. C. CLEWI8.

CHARLES F. EATON.

D. J. HERIMN.

A. J. P. JULIAN.

A. S. MANN.

JAMES HARVEY WITHER-

SPOON PHILLIPS.

FRANK W. POPE.

I u DoBOQi'E


I. S. GIDDENS.

A. J. KNIGHT.

J. D. ROBERTSON.

Vote for One.
For Governor:
J FrKKSON B. BROWNE.

ALBERT W. GILCHRIST.

JOHN N. C. STOCKTON.


Vote


for One.
For County Treasurer:
THOMAS PASTEUR.


SVote for One.


TO THE VOTERS


I wish to deny most empl)hatically.
both for my brother, W. D. Graham.
and for myself, that he or I, or either
of us, have combined with any other
candidate, for the purpose of working
together, or trading votes, as has been
circulated on the streets of Ocala
and elsewhere: and wish to state that
such reports are utterly false and ma-
liciously intended to injure him in
his candidacy.
We will vote an entire ticket for
those we consider best fitted for the
offices for which they aspire, but have
not. nor will hereafter enter into any
combination of candidates, nor trade


V


tea at tme


made the works of Aristotle, Monte.- commnations of the county execu- Pra tr
quieu, Rosseau, Macau!ay, Jeffersoi. tire committeet. without limitations Pursuant to resolution adopted by
SFranklin, Gladstone, and all the early or qualification. the democratic executive committee
and later writers on the science off Mr. Browne read a letter from Mr. of Marion county, Fla., March. 9. 1908,
government a part of his education., Stockon in which he said lb would ,authorizing chairman and secretary
and has thAir deductions at his to-i- be go-erned L yh1.s primiry pledg of said committee to make official
gues' end. but adllded a great uany *"ifs and( ifs." call for primary, a WHITE democrat-
Mr. Browne is : man of erudition which goes to show that If he -M-. tc primary election, to be held accord-
and his mind i.. quick and forceful. Stockton) is elected governor. in his ing to the election laws of Florida. is
and whether elected to th( guberna- "pl)pointmriento to office he will not g) hereby called to bo held on Tuesday.
torial chair or not. he is a citizen who outside of his o)wn faction, and My. y 9, 1908, during the hours fixed
does credit to the slate of his nativ- Browne read an ex!uTa>ct from tbh- Tal- by law f or the holding of elections,
it. ,labassee Sun. reco'gnizel as a pe's')n- and at the legal polling places, for the
Above all he professes and embo-,- al orrn of lhe S)ockton-Blroward fa- i purpose of nominating all democratic
-)f I -a candidates for county offices; Provid-
ies in the history of his life, as well lion, which adlnittcd thatN Mr. Stock- cai ates for county offices; Provd-
as in his platform, the virtues of !on is a "bl)itter partisan." ed, that a second primary shall be
frankness and candor. He stoically Mr. Browne( said that he recognized held on Tuesday, June 16, 1908, to
refuses to p)lay to the galle-ries in or-'the fact that Ocala is a wet citv, but choose between the highest candl-
der to receive for the nomest its that he made the same speeches ib dates, where nominations have not
ad captandum applause. If he be Tampa, Key \Vest, Miami, Apalachi- beenfirst primade ry. a majority vote in the
elected to any high office he insists cola and oth-er wet towns that he rstEach elector in Marion.
that it must be upon his individual made in strong prohibition centers. iEach elector In Marion county. qual-
!merits and upon his pronounced stand He stands unequivocally for a stato ified to vote in said primary election,
meris ad uon is ronuncd sand He stands unequivocally for a stat,,t shall have the right to vote for:
'on all questions up for settlement prohibition law. He does not believe a ave the t to vote for:
without any thin veneer or disguise.,, that the state can he half wet an Two candidates for members of the
Mr. Browne began his political ca- half dry any more than the nation legislature.
reer in 1891. In that year he was could exist half slave and half free,. One candidate for county judge.
elected to the upper branch of the leg- He said that either prohibition must One candidate for sheriff.
islature of Florida. His sterling and be made a complete victory or a corn- One candidate for clerk of circuit
other admirable qualities were ths plete surrender. That his whole life court.
., p e t e s u r e n d e T t i s w ol i f e O n e c a n d id a t e f o r ta x a s s e s s o r .
early recognized by his home people. had been along the lines of moral and One candidate for tax assessctor.
When he got to Tallahassee his fame political upliftment, and whether elect- One candidate for tax superintendent ofr.
had preceded him, and he was elevat- ed or defeated his life shall still bh One caddt fortsuperintendeutiof
ed to the presidency of the senate, devoted to the triumph of causes lihe (count y) public instruction.
One candidate for county surveyor.
His conduct in that office was in every believed to be for the purity and iel- n .,'.


primary election "to be held on next
Tuesday, May 19th. This ballot .s
printed in order that voters may have
- opportunity of familiarizing them-
selves with the names of candidates
which will appear on the official tick-

The ballot here given is made up
to represent the ticket to be voted Ira
the Ocala precinct, but the only dif-
ference between the ticket voted in
this precinct and the others of the
county will be in the substitution of
the names of candidates for county
commissioner, member of the schoAl
board, executive committeemen. ju:s-
ticee of the peace and constable, which
changes will occur on the official bal-
lot to correspond with their respec.-
ive districts.
A careful study of this ballot will
greatly aid electors when they go t)
prepare their ticket on election day.
The "sample" ballot follows:
Vote for One.
For United States Senator:
JOHN S. BEARD.

N. B. BROWARD.

DUNCAN UIT. PLETCHER.

WILLIAM B. LAMAR.

Vote for One.
For Repr-esentative i Congress From
the First C re -eional District:
STEPHEN M. 8PARKMAN.


THOMAS M. SHACKLEFORD.

Vote for Two.
For Member Legislature:
C. L. BITTINGER.

W. D. CARN.

WILLIAM GRIFFITH.

L. S. LIGHT.

W. L. MARTIN.

Vote for One.
For County Judge:
JOSEPH BELL.
i
HENRY \V. LONG.

Vote for One.
For Sheriff:
JOHN L. EDWARDS.

JOHN P. GALLOWAY.

CHARLES Y. MILLER

J. L. SMOAK.

Vote for One.
For Tax Assessor:
ALFRED AYER.

J. P.. PHILLIPS.

Vote for One.
For Tax Collector:
E. L. CARNEY.

W. D. GRAHAM.

Vote for One.
For Clerk Circuit Court:
S. T. SISTRUNK.

Vote for One.
For Superintendent Public Instruc-
tion:
J. H. BRINSON.

R. W. ERWIN.


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I


INSPECTORS AND CLERKS
Appointed to Conduct Primary Elec-
tions to be Held May 19th and
June 16th, 198
I P:.,ec ,..: No. 1, Box i-VL1. Dittt,)
I ^Baxter Cqrn. R. A. Carlton, inspectors
JOHW. W. lvatt, ckhrk.
Box 2--D. A. Miller. J. A. Pittman.
SLanier Robertson. inspectors: H. t.
.Sistrunk. clerk.
Precinct No. 2-R. A. Boyd. J. .
SBobbitt. i M. Carn. inspectors; R. W.
McCauley. clerk.
Precinct No. 3-W. D. Mathews. .
Smoak. J. K. Mixson, inspectors;W
SD. E. Mathews. clerk.
Precinct No. 4-J. F. Parker. J. H.
o'irorce. J. L. B. Hudgens. inspector';
e'. R Veal. clerk.
nPrecinct N-o. 5-J. T. Hutchins. We.,-
Iey Nobles, John V. Nettles. ins.p-ct-
Ors- J. B. McGuebee. clerk.
I'reinct N.) :f--F. I). Sparkman. R.
DI). SJ keV I. L. JPordan, Inspectors;
S W e i a e t A. clerk.
P' tr,inr t No. 7-H. W. Dotiglas.%
( ,,,rg, l~ithl, Johnl ;oin. inspector...
IT. J. B3arnes. ,lork.
he Prootin-ct N 5-J. WV. IDavis. it. .
', ~~~Bl~im!ls, J. 1). lr,",r insp,,,'trs. I.-
,re,. lo,.r;ch c(ilrk.
SPrecint N.e. 14 -Z. A. 4,,tt. .t "J .
itrs n ad r sta waA. %)V. . ". Young. in.-,p,,tc,,r-.
o ied l art .\ ar:.li.tl ,cl,.rk.
ing t o a n t ere.'cinct N,,. --.. l.',rt. J. '



















Mr rw eddn h o o fb-!nr. r ?*hr a 0 Th I t'i-h, ns 3! V. (5vl ^,rst. in. 1 l)r.
aV. i'. Martin. clerk.
r ci Precinct No-. 11-P L. iDuris:. L. \1
S a a dGr iratn. L.. W. Griggs. insp.,ct.)rs '
StH. Rogers. clerk.
e1 Pnr.cinct No. 12--f'alvin Lo.ng. N. W.
~i .Meae. W. P. Willirarns.n. instpect)r-:.
titt. F. Sleap s lerk.

I oPrecinct No. 13--. J. Hall. J. W..
Stevens. L. F. Priest. inspectors: A.
B. Albritton. clerk.
Precinct No. 14-J. H. Hall. D. M.
Waldlron. L. F. Matchett. inspectors.
JOHN P. GALLOWAY *W.F. Jordan. clerk.
Precinct No. 30-J. C. McCraney. J.
A. Mc raney, B. J. Booth., inspectors:
Candidate for Sheriff of Marion Coufnty W. H. Durrell. clerk.
Precinct No. 16--OAeorge W. Ellil,
The above is a striking picture of John P. Galloway. candidate for Stewart Ramey. E. T. Burleson. in-
spectors: R. (-. Douglass. clerk.
sheriff of Marion county. Mr. Galloway was for twelve years sheriff of Precinct. No. 17-J. R. Wilder, B. H.
Lake and Sumter counties. He had the reputation of being one of the be-, Leitner, Henry Lamb, inspectors; :W.
C. ('redle. clerk.
sheriffs in the state at that time, and Governor Broward was then sheriiff Pre cinct No. 18-H. N. Knoblock. .
of Duval county. Mr. Galloway has been canvas ng for the past two B. Livingston. W. M. Shockley, inspe-
moants, arhaps mn Foa ca ad rioeth cigornn d yin ns- Ator-s: H. S. Wells. clerk.
months, and has made a clean and raiseworthcampainn, saying not- Precinct No. 19-Alex Wynne. Hy
ing at all displeasing or derogatory it. any way about his rivals for the of- Morrison. R. G. Allsopp. inspectors
fice. Mr. Galloway claims and his friends claim for him, that itf he do-,., E. J. L.ytle. clerk.
Precinct No. 20-John GoN)rge. S. -.
not go in on the firs primary he willyniss it cnly by a very close margin. X_'MeCully. J. T. Burgess. inspector.A 0G.
He and his friends are confident that if he fails in the first he will go in M. Blitch. clerk.
on the second primary. Precinct No. 21-R. C. Ridge. (,. M.
,Gale. J. A. Freeman. inspectors; L. 1,.
r Hopkins. ,lerk.
M Precinct No. 2L--W..T. Norswirth..
MR. JEFFERSON S. BROWNE IN'sioner, and all along through his po-,! xW. .Means, B. B. Keep. inpti,.cto)r...
OCALA littcal career n- was *lie pronounced )l. L Hickson, clerk.
choice of what is known as the Stock- 1Precinct No. 23--U. I.. (lyiturn. "i.'-.
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne spoke in ton-Broward wing of the democrati.- Pe, rry. M. M. lProctor. Insnte,rs; P.
Ocaal Wednesday nigh-t at the court ipartv. and though never in his jift, A. Snow. 'lt rk.
house. The audience was small whea receiving a fee either as permanent-rit 'inct N, 21 ----J,, in ambl,,r. B. I.
he was first introduced. but gradually or special counsel for any corporation I4,-itner, 41.rk.
grew larger, and before he closed his this faction has suddenly discovered i:r,.tcrict N,,. 25-.. 4). Iiteiht,,w.r. I'
interesting address the largo hall was thai h, is not a "l opl's man." A. ,Vr,'. 7 I. I'rit,h,. ifI l).t,,r<
comfortably filled. many ladies grac- Incidhntally Mr. Browne says tha1 N. .Marsiilvl. ,'lerk.
ing the occasion with their presence.o Isc1ti.1b hi atonT ~Ir.ocinct No. 2.;-Ctis. t~t l-. .1. .7
Mr.tBrowneadidius the honor of be- *Itis.iscve y this faction Tha ('il. i 'r .
ginning and ending his campaign .:I no iian ,a "'ple'o s man"' that a ia, Sjiiini i1s. rk
aw h4pens to aspire for an office that tit, I'rein,.t N,. 27 ..' V. Milli zan. '
our city. Hie has always had a Ir adf- has of this taet(ion covet. 13. Parrarw wr,, NV. S. Pri.-t. ivi..,t,,r
erence andi a tondnes tfor Ocnla. i In- Mr. B::" ,t heis l)o. iti)i irvin WVhrn, clerk.
deed, it was here'( that in't. irs, gavy,,~~ V' rh u 'ir
ear\tolhe.buzingot irOi"xa, aihi-h,, ,.illr ty ,' Prt.'eine't N, 2 --R;,ditrt 8h:i v J... \V
tian thath was sonz ed i h)t sl iit 'al mi-. He 1 I i('I iailr,)a~ rate i-e' latiohis" (n Ili('k5. I );1V' S hatw. i n.sp,.,tt 'r- i" .
tion he! w s s~ll~led ill hi. e r. tt' the i)!' t l oi)t(ll q iles i~ll. 2t1(! iiuti.o,1 ,Luciuls. ,'l.rk.
gave r olktn 01 his recognition of '"nalius ospaaoi nn sN tif( 9 I. riC.W..
hrv atliliressing the young me+n s ,lni,1. .,,-~~el npc~s .
cia 'cu fO'i[ erytv'i C3 nlpaignl. Vl. ,r.
)arsrai ago.lb ofO.aeal w,~ He says. that .li,.' i)rim arv. l)]ed~e.s Wel,,(n. cler. a0--J. [.e. Seig,.A
Mr. Brwne dos notm 6- nr h 1' ovghi Io apply t() a 1 a like-to th, ti Lur ( 'uthill XV'. V. \Veathe.rs. insp[),, -
Mr. Bownedoes ot foW nc lia b tnt'ficiairios of th.- s".v-tenm as well as. t4)rs: L. H. Pillans. clerk.
he ever disguised I he fact that he ..* tO those who are. 11)' its theneficiar- Pre'cinct No. 31 -J. A. Jo)ns. Jr.
ambitious. Since obtaining his in..- ies. John Younge. D. B. Payne. inspectors
jority he has been ambitious for high M1r. Birowne, savy ~ti eisreeocin.ct Noun,. 32-rS.
poiialhnrs n i rert eah~ gvror .t'i fhei e Precin. Nong. cl2rk. P. G,.iger. J. .
politcal lonors nhis ambirtionrac erdt govrintr ofFlorida he will tbe goee- Dunning. XV. R. Dreher, inslp-oetor' P.
the full measurements of hea ito resrilyby his primary pledges, R. Zetr,,uer. clerk.
has made the science of government and in the case of tilling vacancies, JOHN M. GRAHAM.
a diligent and profound study, and no cauisedj by the ,teth or removal fro,-i Chin. Dem. Ex. C'orn. Marion ('o.. !1'! .
man, perhaps, in Florida is so weil office, hr. will be gove-rned In his al)- Attest: H. U). PAILMER. Secy.
grounded in everything pertaining l)ointmenits solely and exclusivelyv to: -CL -FR PIMR-LETO
thereto as Mr. Browne is. He has the result of' Drimarv elections or re- CALFR PIAY EETO


$ *;i~':~~

$
Jj eP

$ l.295..2
.~i ')*

S 1D79;;


l~3.7
.ris ~
I ~7~9j


5:64
2656


May 1-Bal. uncolloctd
State of Florida.
Marion County.
I, S. T. Sistrunink. clerk circuit court.
hereby certify that the above ia a tru.
and correct statement of the eellmct
or's account with Marion county a
the same appears upon tbW. books In
my office.
Witness my hand and official .wal
this ith lay of May, 1908.
S. T. SISTRI'NK.
Clerk ('ireuit Court
y H.. R Foy. Jr. D C


No >TW-h


Ili t1w 4 :r.-jz? 4.'si'ri -of th. f-*,Il1th 3ij.
jo icip 1 4 ';r iiltt'-of i 'em;.? 'il i' v.

rit i n* o ir l r ~ h'!ity ri 4 .t no ..r% Ia''


tz~~ii r~i~. I.te- s 1 11. 1 *flnI w
bill-omr of''iI i~li tU. -. i r h h
h t i~tti h.'r l rin 1.Wr. :I th -t -..-o-1

.or ha.-i 2 t o-Kthla olfa prif Jl. 1t144p%
It -4 urtorbr Tr#d IAT A O)J)
4 .rk ',ight u(tt (ewutit. A.-#-kti.4n in*. l


fly ff. It Ve'v. .Jr )
41.T. CGREFN.
4 '4mpaifitflt' 'ii-s ;

NOTICE.
Ili thfo ('irc',ic it fliis-f !h*- ~Jis.
,jj4.jal 4 circuitt ')f f"14 Prld1' in triof tf.w
Marion 4 e',%ntv -'To n4 Th.i o ,-
.Jo~hnlIt. Villiary4. 4'dwrillialrutnit v 1
Chlart'N-4W. Whit-~. -*t fl I -*-
.ints-1 Pr~l..r f. or (4 tim4trtittiv.' .4w'
It I~i-t4rdo-.-. re that V h.- i~f.-f el-AS'
kindi Jamt.'M0 ). .J-)hn-4#n. No. 4nd th#-y I1-
ho-rt-by requi re. .-A t p;'o-..ar ,., bi.. ll
(if c' uphai nt ain t hi,4cauis#* -in -or twir'
M''tie'aV.the' t61h #fly wf .JiIlIV.1'0
It is !urti.-o e' r'ilsr#-dlTb that ke'opy of
this ')rder br- jImlii r.. a *'n'.*
orI !4-Ight ( n-Aflt -o,' d iv.! '. in
This ,h. Idaiy -of A un!. I~
S To S1 Tit I N K
C l o r k i 'i r i i i t 4 '. o i l r t yM Jr i n
0.T (;ItEI:KN.


NOTICE
In t I ire m t 4I'. ow of *t r.. I-) f Ih Judi -
,iad! rcirelt .)f 1lild in anttf pr
Mlarion 4 'sofl!' --lin4-hano-4'ry
-hn nRF. W1V a I am 4 win jLti na v%
( harl-..s 'W. Whit-, #t a. 14 fo; k ltntl'-
----4 )ri,.r f.eor 4 e'fl't r-I,? % *A.r I-#
It i-4 sor(1.br,.41that t h- i toe-t.ndan~s
h-er-ci n rinwi; l ~( T he T' rrtelo
JT1Mura~no, ',P .nipenly. A e 'rtomirAtiown us%
dler thu Lt %%..4 )f th,- -4t f o -nn^-
icut Mary K. ( 'rr 'and 'harl.'e W
'White. be and they arp he~ro-by r.'.lutr-
,.(I to apa r *j 'to) t he bhiMI ef c44 rip13111
fll#d In this v ali,,. o'n ()r Ma... n-'


I. L. CARNEY,

Tax Collector, in Account With Ma.
rion County
1988-
County Schools
Apr. I-Uncollected.......$24.216.;
By treasurer's receipt.... .. .729.

May I-lBal. uncollected. .... $20.147 ,,=
County Proper
Apr. -U'ncollected ......... $ 5.0 ';5 ,)
By treasurer's re( eil)t... .. 1.16.1.;

May I--B Idl. tuneoll-cted. ... :. 5S
County Roads
Apr. 1-I ncollected... .... l.176.7
By treasurer's receipt ..... 1.721.1g

May i --H,,l. ,:Incolleto'ii ..... $ 9.1,5. "
County Building
.\ir. 1--- ncollee(ed .. . 7.. 1 l.


Po6I Taxes. Etc

" :Nra,-, eoi -*4 -te 0t...


': Treasurer's rceipt .

May 1--Bal. uncollected


Vot for Iw.
Fo Pro jde Electos:
H. P. BAILZy.

P. W. BUTUB.

ROBERT B. DAVIS.

GEORGE L. LAPPINGTON.

GEORGE C. MARTIN.

SAMUEL PASCO.

G. J. STROZIBR.

Vote for One.
For Member National Committee:
T. ALBERT JENNINGS.

WILLIAM S. JENNINGS.
I mm-


Vote for Pour.
For Delegates to National Convention:
Feom State at Large:
J. E. ALEXANDER.

BASIL 0. BOWDEN


Vote for One.
For Supervisor of Registration:
J. L. BECK.


A. FRANK.

E. T. WILLIAMS.

.J. F. WILLIAMSON.


Vote for On*.
For County Surveyor:
ALEXANDER MOORHEAD.

Vote for One.
For County Commissioner for First
District:
C. CARMICHAEL.

GEORGE MACKAY.

Vote for One.
For Member School Board, First Die-
trict:
ISAAC STEVENS.

Vote for One.
For Member County Committee:
JTNO. M. GRAHAM.


J. n nnz%0r_-. %, 9%.p W.--
For Member State Committee:
R_ H. SHACKLEFORD. WILLIAM HOCKER.

F. B. STONW.AN. R. F. ROGERS.

Vote for Two. Vote for One.
Delegate to the National Democratic For Justice of the Peace:
Convention From the First .1. WALKER BISHOP.
Congressional District: IV t fo On
-JN W. B RTON ,Vote for One.
JOhN A. BURTON. For Constable:

W. A. FULTON. THIRIOW BISHOP


Vote for One.
For Secretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.


Special Road.
Apr. 1-Uncollected .. ....$
By treasurer's receipt. ...
May 1-Bal. uncollected .
License
Apr. 1-Uncollected......$
By treasurer's receipt....


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OALA.


BANNER


THE NEWSPAPER--WHAT 18 IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFL: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAS T CONCERNS."-COWPER.


VOLUME 43, NUMBER 46. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY I5, 1908.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


HAD GATARRH THIRTY YEARS.


,THE PRESS ASSOCIATION AT ST. MISS ANDERSON TO GRADUATE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION i A SHELL EXPLODES AND CAUSES
SPETERSBURG OF U. D. C. SOME EXCITEMENT
i Mr. and Mrs. H. I.. Andtrson an 1 '-
Tli llo hiin- is the prwo:lraw for t(,- ; M rs. .1. K. Austin and daiiu.i-tr. 'Mi Fl The thireenth annual (un*(vent(ion of Friday afternoon, as one of the
:]::'* s mpltti:!sg <1 1 T', lrr.--* "; -((, iatiOi. .,J ani Aulbtil. will l,,ac !i\ a (It' (!, *' he I)ahlghters of th. ('onfledera(y leeliv-ry wagons was crossing the


Congressman


Meekisoii


dGives


700
Praise


To ;
a
9

Pe-ru-na


For


His :
S

Relief :
i

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Catarrh.,


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COWGRESSMAN MEEKISON COMMENDS PC-RV-0A.

'l bTCosetf severaI bottles of Peruaa and I feel greatly benefited
dbuwby fet sko catarr* of the he. I feel encoumged to believe that if
Iwmeta abortitme lmer will lbe fally able to eradicate the disease of
k'fi rbinYrs" standies. "--vid Meek frmu.

OTHER REMARKABLE CURES.
Mr. Jacob L. Davit, ialena, Stone county, Mo., writes: "I have been in bad(
health for thirty-t.v.-n year, and after taking twelve bottle. of your Peruna I
am cured.'" Mr. A. E. Kidd, well-known architect, 5477 Jefferron Ave.. Ch'iea'go.
IlL, writes: "I have had catarrh over half of my life. I tried nearly ev<-ry catarrh
S emedy adverti.- Ad. sidee a great many physicians' treatmndnts, all of whi'ei
Mfaie& ad I ebra amMd read of Peruna ad decided to try it. I have taken -.v,.n
bottle of it and i-.'.Ih 172 pounds."
A SINCERE RECOMMENDATION.


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Flo rid.a ,tii, :-iolI. convrned at Talla- square the wheelIs struck a loaded
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BACCALAUREATE SERMON AND
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS

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Fpil v-soeV'l (Ielt',tcs'. tteI*rldeIt'lltho Ocilla. Hiigh sch(Ml Will be hlitld tho
('OHX %enlijol. among themI jbq'n, ui la~~tivi part of third; iuiontht,. andi there aroi


l'; i .. -i ,. ial "Ton lb m Il i'. .ii,,; mmer in .\li(iiiganl. f the iti ost proniin-nt women in th fi%, rien it'>-rs of ti,.' rraluating class
-'1, 12 ^ : -' -,M ". (. V. S. \\'!Slt, --^ .tat(, ,and the convention was it very th,- y.,ar.
SA FLORIDA LUNCHEON IN ILLI- d.lightfil one. O we front today the bacc.-
t':l, .. ..,, ( :,r~lJn n h+,( t~ll ;-N O IS
S <'!'rt N''; ..r W L.Sra ub. Tinxm1e n ct( ipnad h o
N,,T,-vr ;.!,.r" \V. 1.. S.raub. ".i. d ('ll-ssed and acted upon and the re-n Dr. W. If. D)dgc. the well beloved
S.,', "'i. T Mr. R. w ports from the, various chapters read pastor of the Pi6-sbyterian church.
.\ :' ':.'inwh. Wtl' hals just returlnvd from Florida,
a.t? nd h approved. Dr. Andrew Shkdd the brilliant pre.-
;, :nu,, t. ntertained at a Florida luncheon. The of r apoe. 1 ,
SMrs. Gary's report of the Dickitum idlnt of the University of Florida.
color scemene was fellow, and the nlor-;, ., .
olor scem was yllow, and the tr, chapter r for the year was read by her will deliver the commencement ad-
FLO.:DA PRESS ASSOCIATION al decorations yellow pansies. For lvenston and res.
the hreecoures te idtedaughter. Mrs. E. T. Ilelvenston. andI dress.
-- the first three courses the plate gai-
i., ;ituat ni-eting of th<, Flonri'a nishings were orange leaves fresh the report of the cemetery A committee v ELOCUTION RECITAL
!>r, .\-.-( i eso twas read by Mirs. Frank Harris. I
,(i0v ,:.y and Ito:norrow. Th attend- served in the form of ('andied tanger-' Th orange blossom was adopted I Th- lxltion pupils of Miss Madge
a tc(. i- -a!1, a. wjs expect,,', on ac- ines, imported froin Austria. Six : Shi Daughters as their state ow- Sims gav their final recital Friday
:,! t, -hi' rt elections primary b,- bcouirses wer e served. the ic reji or an the following as their motto i nigh at the arlnory and acquitted
"ii > i ay b" +t ;he ( being in the form of orranges surroin Menoria, in Eterna." themselves nio.t admirably, reflecting
,'1i 0 ', ;' .-< 1nt'(seit ai'' "e)t'P- -'< with. orange leaves. After lunch- Thursda evening the visiting el great credit not only on themselves.
- i. ., t..'.. -, :..-icaly (- o4011 disk of yellow (card board l1 reeew rion
I -',Wetg, 1 t we e iV lovely rop tion Ibut their teacher as well..
'., "*h. ie ,1ht her f-wspa)", l*rlted and each tuest requestedl The young folks gave an attractive,
Sv ^i *. t"hi aftr:.,oo :i ) i j 0 e a conundrhm about an orange ck o chapter and Fi little play an(d .pvetral pretty songs
\, i' ,which elicited: a gr. at displa:ly of wi, e njoved a dlightl and tr speeialtles added to ths,
I a u v m v i ri f-rr nio t N o n e !-4, v* da y ni t'n u g t h e ,% e n jo ve dl a de lig h t fiti p o s i o o h o e t r a n e t
S't|.,., -dlI1' P~i"IIVUIS.t.t :. >.lli-u' | I at.12El !'i11('!I rllf'Trithl iI No+ til(' SatV*' a!+ ..
It1iV, booa.t theie, bei.eaautiftl city. EPridtt-v pitasur' of the entertainment.
I.'',, h,- .. \\a:. ii oI :H r'.,i'd h. h t'diali i (.(lld .li as icc sftllNlv hro i 'tiv( lla sion wa i Miss Sinis has a good class and all
*2L i' i~ u'iIW e'~ Tt~! ~it'i*aft\e(.on the -xstaciitiveh tiaidsaon iwalofl.o er im- p l)P haveS hovedoneceedeiinll
C: c," s i,, n '1 .. ( ':"I', 'd1 o u t 1* .-- 1, li,.- I rthtf ll a 1 ftlll ti()ll.
~: -,.. -.. is>i, +.,.~ .,,\ Tn,! ou !the o visitors. Mrs N. B. if r il hw one inly
S -. : .; ii:'.,na. who is .1 o m,,"'sji- *' *.s-. (,o d\i s it't'Ialilmlt'it.- a:, wal",. <,l ^; *hi' w at hwell rig th w months that they
'j. I '' ;>t, .il ol tIal le "ii :1 ,t i'il'. Iiliic ;It, nd 11 h:s14 i l 's a oil. 0If 1 ] \.,;" 'have twcn under M iss Sinims' tutelage.
A.'. ; a .4' i('s :tdWli "-." i(P4'n- *n' t'p .SI ('Il i,'i ,t:" l I" ,.'i't at- aiand thi ir parents and friends are very
\ i I", i'..i" '. "' i ;.i:<;. ......t. ,;:'.. :."',-.- N'!,"(';!t'. ill. (laritiu Ia,. IN THE C!RCUIT COURT FRIDA' (proud( of the work they have accom-
.,1 1, ,, :,; i ; T'.r,' ...* ;, ", .... D A Y plislied .


Mr. D.C. Prosser, R. F. D. No. 2, Shelby, OceanaCo.,Mich..,writte.: "Two year 1. .. .Ir.-. -;..,,,l n .,'t h1'r h,.blani, TI:.'.i.e oi .j; WI. l"aiwick ,
o1 vawbadly afflicted with catarrh of the stomach. I had had a run of typh,,iJ1 ,- .. h ,i\ -. i, '-,.. ',..in (l tlt' ('Ibi,:','f- l;',e& r" ." W. ;ut. t :ioion cosl fo
wr, vevly depleted. 1 could find nothing I couid eat without causing (ti, I(]tt 0*:,,, ,, i,, .r
Iuaad tour stomnaclh. Finally I came to the conclusion that I had eatarrhi te, '* ' t'." .l .. e, 4( '< <. a o ( ; wt- plaintiff 'sa on he tria
tU tomaeh and seeing Peruna advertised, began to take it. It helped me soon, ;,* I.' 1.. : r, ,'njoy;,. 4 *.;ti-b;I "il s!'llig. aj \\' ooaliar. on1 l.:o e \V.'i' , sd after taking three or four bottles I wa, entirely cured of stomach trouble ,-1 ;i .-, '.,..-iII 'j wir.fic h i..rtt' luncheon wasa ..;iil- | ra j ca. ito c t
Jd can now eat amrthin,." v ; ... .' of :..':" happy visit i'n Flo.iia. l;''.Ited ti<' tollowi in itments
- .... T, r,, r,,w :t"',1ne,.!i ., i'i,, wil. , -- State of Florida 's 'aisor (irac'
..- v1 SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC AT MAP-.
-- lii'.;t, 10, ra s I ':.- (*- ; ,:i,'. "' l1ii ln ltlx- p :>- 1 l +'r-a inH ain+! ,.nteriii.n at nrl bill.
S.,,I dd IM ,. ;Ill,! .'r,'. N ,,dt(. ,o1* l'.(,; :TEL
Ln il and Personal It,',! \' Nolt< 1 i' W r;i> il ai -,'.'' t'ii) \ill ;, TEL Staate of; Fhorila \ Alvin Jam
S. 'C.. ar' i ()c la visit inig Mr ii- i i\, Wi w l" t o,, ,1'., .;,t, ihtist o. anef bdnt \ illia is, larceny ,f donil.
----________ i"'tlt i (, :-piopd I i()le' of Ma. lt'l h,-ld a
u .,! r F .Mrs.. Rohert ('Connor. Thev' a;' -v. 1 'oiiit '' i .' '. ' ini i,,.wer ti iii i tr ill.
T Judgfe Minor S .lones endorses iF. itout' i '1 I h i j vell ;it;>;idd lpi(ic( ot Satirday at S ,(, )
i0ilIch |deaase! wit,, our ii" .'T,. :!,l I i i. r,.lrllrn irili hin, i Slate t h i'ia v, M! !). Varhl!
W Irvin ,, fo r ra iiroa t i o in m iss-ion '-". l I 1i,- a.< ,"e o ea s. i iai ., ;) iIt .iitiwek
of M a -. el .I"T w r., .n or .ho"l p.
.--r- .. (" F T ,ench ;!in.) b ,.r s t !t. + ,* 1 *' ut. 1 ;ol .\larl el. It w a(s rnd er thle a stpi ',is i i l
... -.'. .,1 iit!i .I~lelu+h ll.
Mr. and Mrs Z. C. 'C. ;;*.,liss hav. ,,
Miss lingg, have ton e to P:tiiaI I Stilte M a l silil Y .ll .Ct l i a s. h rlie r i
"pe lo Fa tiakw hei. h;,.,,; 'e y.willa.s PLANS FOR THE SUIMMER Hl \. I.Iong was imster' ot the (cere-
a"fw r i p h t : i i .' : l; .-- ; * n^,' : lin a ~l ,. ai l, oi esii i t, o r" hth e o c ai o n) p ,, ,I l t d a \i. ,I R ( lhrs, ih
ft gt ;their home. Mrs. French has dis; os'' : ',, '. .> ,,nul'. M lt ad e ( ie. o o F a.i
\ lt' i l t.( t.I. i';iin fr iiurd' a trte hill.
Tb, r ninth. gra.l. of r t .w (,.. \ H ,- '1of herb ho e on Vattula -ttreet. Iolo v. a-p ; 'i.,,,ii,. h, ; hi;,'. choo) a sl)leili d !ilres.. whi('h wa S o Vlrla v T Vhit
School enjoyed very do'iigh1itfipi .r- .e 'ssr.l. D. Roberton i '* i' < i o -' tl lv er'., 1.. \l,.1i. rsLii tall; ,i uil< I;. !. Normaiiln, forf eira' a trTi
nic al Silver Spring Saurday. tr. Th.omas Sexton ,n.I l',ia, :' A'- il ,'-iv', :js u1 '.1. I et. t' ill.
Tuckernattendled t6CIa 'ii ., ('Ottlig .ai't rlti(,Il ir tilo Th cpse of lie, slae vs. .1. .(la r
D r. -n d M r s. H G)1. S i(.on er a n < li:.\ < li-t a la it ,,-O \v l,\ o w a s p re .se. rtit r', n ses o Tt
Dr. an.I. Mr,. H. c. on,. r anlid Fie; inrton Friday, goling uip in N1.i. < l l ii l- ,". iA tie M ss S Clon r v~r, S t Frae iin-g F t IlU on Fridlay, -, I,, ll, in .,.
tie Miss Spooner were, Satv~rda w}v.\Ihana-: \ ia- T ev t even Ir\ t R ietsol (n's autionmoblet Thiey It(f! .T .li l* ,l Ill CVMll!. am tors in Ocala. a1] .td io t, r T ] li' sch('h l s(.ess-,ion clo,-es. tilt \ will his' i'i se e1ral otl tle a ( didatili('s tO fo th trial.
___ ~ ~ 1 n and wu-re back a Wlfni after :.; .,. (1" t111
--- '<; t ,e \\,iol,. *t,.; \ .:,.riii"z thicls allI.l o nlt\ offi ce, ( (,s wh< wore on hand to hal f
Col T. P. L v~ld. the taniwtis i.ix1i'i-,- "\ -- '.: t\. i 11'1 th', (tih W <(f th1 t l to st ate Vs. .aoh
ter of ln lerness. wa s A ,,t..r t,4 ,,]," The llarac('a class of the B itis, , l.. lish i..lii selvs fos t r ;11 t sIll T-. .i\ a si (1" talk-. "This lh'ey lid i( 'N. nilr ,r the s it a s et '
dctv Friday. emcurch had a ver v enjoyatd-, s,.ijl i ('tlllen a:iv. hi,, Cl.izal f -1 1. 'asin wa. ba'.ly iie ttihw t y' a 1 ik Te sheriff was co
Stinit' Ftridax night at the hoetin' ot M:-' ;ii. ti, I WV. l)a tis iaiiily, thelt A.. I r!. factat lthe were in search of' votI ian' to smililon twenty-five tli
itn c V ita i ht a h lo iol 1 i%. it ). W,)
Mr. aCe e William ., d i Milde 'a n r's..1. W A Aiken i thin se 'o-l.i Ixai'rs. tlt' Clvatits anil a number oi l .';;V' t'-Of 1 hV1 ai1 d'lt'liglitfil ltile alii ( ilfilifie p is s t )o o plete ihe pa
Mrs. G(,,(:'v, W illian .i a,.t ,hildrvill
are on a "isi ( their r, i xat t,' av xar t.l Th+e RBara('cas anti thnir ui s,.4l oihth rs will be at th lake for nearl t; e,'I ho e feelin et r tor+ in thia Til. t'.il,'' May 1.
&Tampa. ,e ij) 'd the eve'ling. im ell n'llsely., ith, ,lli1"u sum mefr. testiX itits an111 its liletlily will liu1 r
NlrI-. S. T. Sist1tnil, antd childr'eiin lot1-. witlti i nat'i is (ito f o Ihe mo'- i w('oh X S Wert of Vah(sta was
-.J ,ir...,^ *'.1 P hillips hias comnr ete',l lti., tia\,, takentia 'o t t !e a 't .Sta 1"ree/e a ti. Il 'l as:int outiii .i they ,.\ ,.r ailleii~led( visitor to O c(alai Sattrday, being her
J Hungerford Smith, was weil re- r. C. .1. Phillips as conete l
r ne x a lr hp two sliiall offices that he has erected, \\]il aidti sl,'iiil ili,, s ituinir at tlIut Ti on business. i e was recently )re.
resented bv a large shipmon o(t hi'.s 'pi i 1 of rtie Ttiif tei"h t o i ,
, ., . beween the, S.,ar office andltl t th!e 1r It ,;ISin Nllrt T S ( WT The paS T4 Of W Tt Illpa> lftlin. ^ ^ eo1a snae
crashed fruit and fruit juices just r.- s tain. He has rnt (I o ( thf til-' (t- t!. f t i- ( lrtc i ot.iso t 1,v. _I \\'., .n th, t.t'rOi s en e ai
,u. iI j He has rented one of thte o- Quit1 a ;ti tri'lT i. !\,ii ii-s at' a11t- ."* E. chrh 501 1 ioi. li't \ l. \\ N.Oo,)I (Pile wt tI- T t popular- men in -h;
leived at the corner Drug EStore. x, sain
yr'ived a! the ('Orner tlotl o Mr I rick and will fit , .. ....-.. . . . !i f ,n V i Th r i t Il il l 'i l .. t \ i.' i ? l -fltfi'r l .. ...-. .-


,.'
.JUNIOR LEAGUE ENTERTAINED
S/'or courtesies ext. led trom th"
SOcala Junior lA'ague to Mrs. H. M.
;Wood (luring her recent illness. Mr.
SWood, the genia proprietor of th"
;,Berlin Eectric Theater. invited the,
Juniors to a fre, exhibition Frilay af-
Stetrnoon. There+ were three different
scenes, the one par excellent beinit
i";oint: to Switzerland." it being wo
natural that one o (mld almost imag-
Sin+ theniselve: being there. Mr-.
Wood delighted the children wit4
"I som.e finv instruim-ntal music, and
both Mr. and Mrs. Wood have the
I thanks of the entir+- .Jiunlior L'au' for
the splendid trmtt given them.

" CONTRIBUTORS TO THE CONFED-
ERATE MONUMENT
A In making Out the list of i.nit'es ;f
d subscribers to the C(onfederate monu-
mnient fund the following. who .Aub-
,i I scribed through Mr. I. M (;rahanm.
r Were tininientiiav-lly omiil tted
i- B. I. Hull. P' T. Randall. A. .1. Al-
ly britton. W. I'. ',lker. C'laiuds Nix.
ri- R. F. Rogers. .1 .1 Mock. P. .. Duri-
so+,, Allen (;ibst;i. E. 'C Sims. .1 W
(,(olbert, it I. if'kiiiln. ,W .1 I '!, an.
a A. H. lf.inemann.
're Th'a inks are l-,re','y -\t-ndl ,I 'i ) .'v
!"' '' .-. sibsc'riher W iwho g.-nf'rou-I, .tiw '.1
is in the ac o('mpdli-hnint o the :iid6',r-
Sj t".ki iI,-,. MI-t .. P -. I. I;.\iR .
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NEW YORK IN A BLAZE OF GLORYV u

The Most Wonderful Pyrotechnical
Display Ever Witnessed in Gotham.1
The MNew Y k World Celebrates Its i


C. V'S. WILL MEET


AT BIRMINGHAM


Candidate For (jOVemOr OVt Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Under:
Florida Pulitzer.
No faction, ,afe or ing brought New York. May 9 Marion Camp Will Be Represented- Major General Wittich
Wi out He cme out as a candidate Special to the Ocala Banner:
alone and inmle handed. He will be The pyrotechnical display, the grev i Issues General Orders.
glad to receive the support of the feature of the celebration last night, -------
orporatons, of te anti corpOations, at 9 o'clock of the twenty-fiftb anni- Major Geno'ral W. L. Wittich, corn- 4. The headquarters of the majol"
the prohibitioMists and the anti-pro- rsary of the ovnership and dir:c- ending the division, has issued the gen-ral commanding will he at th,,
tion of the World by Joseph Pulitze-riollowing rirs relating to there- Hil an hotel. division haq artr
and of the formal opening of the en-;i n #o rltn to e- Hlin oel Dvson a.-4
larged Pulitzer building was Ile !1n .-'union. will be announced later.
gorgeous spectacle of the kind evt-- 1. In pursuance of General Order Veterans dlesiring information aIs
witnessed in the city. It was furnish-INo. T.75. issued from general headquar- io;,ti acc(,ominiolatiots and loar1 else-
ed by Pain, the king of pyrotechni, 2. tt,.s at New Orleans, the major gener- ,whore will adi!ress .hlrome A. T'tci,-
The chief features were, as foll.-,ws: a) conmnmandling hereby announces
Opening salute of tx enty-fivy aori,l Ithat the eighteenth annual reunion o or, 2,'7 N. "21st s r,-t, chain r*ain lift. i
guns. Magical illumination of the roaf the Unitedi Confederate Veterans ,wi!l ')n li,, !.irmingl.n. Staff ofli-


and dome with twenty-five mamniortia
ruby lights. Nests of fiery ('obrai
were released from colossal hatteri,,s.
Brilliant white lights illuminated the
roof and dome with startling effect.
A salvo of twenty of Pain's Manha'
tan Beach bombs were followed by an
illumination of the roof and dome with
blue lights. Then came Pain's 19(,8
novelty-batteries of silver cluster-.
A display of tUiple boinmbshells, eaca


be held at Birminghamn, Ala., on Tue,-
dlay. Wednesday and Thursday. Jin-'
9). 10 and 11. 190S. The broad and en-
ergetic character of citizens of this
city, its wonderful development and
strong southern sentiment, as evi-
denced by their persistent and earnest
desire to welcome the survivors of
the Confederate army as their guest-
warrants a glorious and happy reun-
ion of our comrades, and an earnest


with a different effect, were succeed- and hospitable welcome awaits us.


ALBERT W. GILCHRIST

hibitkmists, of the local opuonlsts,
the Christians and the Jews and of
the gentiles, the republicans and sin-
ners."" He would even accept the sup-
port of the Pharisees.
The cokpotatioos cannot do without
the people, and the people cannot do
without the corporations. Neither
should hb allowed tn nnnreas the nth-


ed by an illumination of the building
with red, green and amber fires.
Thousands of tinted stars, produced
from hundreds of giant Roman can-
dles enveloped the dome; then cam',
a discharge of Painite bombs; a mu-
sical golden rain effect, and the grea%,
golden cloud, studded with jewels
from twenty large shells
Opal clouds, fornmedi bii a flight of
large shells, an illumination of the
roof and dome with ambeir fires. gi,-


..... ........... .. .. %..., inL a sunset effe'-t. and swarms of
er. Capital is organized; labor should .lis filin the air. w.. tmr,,,!
rgne. l 'eit~i is tilliig the air. w ud^!
organize.
The license-tax licensing each lit-iof flashlights, inindiately reci, d
... .... tht- New York; World haft'tsKro-a m
tie enterprise should be amended inth NewYorkWorl hati' 1
cone .it.
order that taxation should bear ,oreCol i-
lOwi0V fl ?na2Vnesimin fir- evenly.
., ,.,,, . .i :-,,i th- i)'ii,'' :n^. mivir),g a tilt,'h ', .t
Article XIX of the constlvudon pro-1, i: (t h' ns -
vides f l opi n The *<1'1 'A v1o-i'i < it l 4 l l < I
vides for local option. The u-t]ifid,-d,
}l-- ;I". i )' Ito *


2. Each camp in good standing is
entitled to one delegate for every
twenty members and one additional
for a fraction of ten members, also to
the same number of alternates.
As only camps in good standing are I
entitled to representation, if any caimpI
has not paid its dues at general or d-
vision headquarters, the major gen-
eral commanding most earnestly and,
urgently alppe)als to evorvy canimp to (d-
so. so that this division calln n inttill !
the l)roudi record il has heretofore ,
1);Irn-Io ;s scoiind to IIone I it s elpr '-
s 'nI it iolli a: those glorio) l' ullioll..
:3. Transpol'tation is at tihe ,rat 't
( c(. (fnl l)(! mile tfor .- r()i' nd trioi .
L.o)wtl] aw;:I'nI will fut'rnish thci ra.o
frtIii l h:'1it resp, tive stations. Tick-
OTS will b t,' _ood to l.) v' ,i!ir :i-owl','.:,;
rI turni 'lini1T.r; L '( i <' it ;!a i itliI4'lri


.I!!.;<1 *v 1 C,, 1 V: LI) .'(Litq "L'.';ii'X s el"F- .|lplty" 20
or veto constitutional amendmentsI.
.,~~~ ..,.*iK f'tl.! " Frc.w tll'n s'ni'i,, 01' the rn' ,f
He is not on the "recently construict- .c.. f..s. l-r i i 0 T
ed band wagon." ,! CHRiSTAVa, ENDEAVOR NEWS:r .i I):
He commenced life working in" I,- and iash;' *nt CPiSTAN ENDEAVOR NEWS
Quincy, Florida, at a salary of $15 '''r per month, and boarded himself. He USNESS AND CONSI ON (:;;:t it nii-'t' we n;)ted I>'110zla
has himself been a hard-working,, BILIOUSNESS AND CON.TIPA T\O N t
,' in) i]",, .\pn r il "1 lssu<>,. ih., lo)ll,\ in-, "
I .
struggling man and he knows what For yvnrs I v.;is *ri4il!'1-'l with bll-
it means in others. He has never mar- )s1'MS,-.1l and (' tippati)n. whi'h male arti(cl-s: Th,,l issot ,n.'tirs, '.-
ilift. ii-zro.na le f,,r ,in 'My aplpt'it''. ])('wto' mndhi li r.rt'-wa ]ds., S',nshine ait'l
tried. He has always had obligations. f.,tih.A 1. I lost my nsnal f,;1,4 ', a.
His life has been spent more in V'ita:lity. IP,.Isin prpIar;)litins and c t- Sh1-iow. ;an ?he mallxilll l s a1' 'li Y'(I
thoughtful consideration of other p o- thanrt's ,lfy inad' 11n1tt"-' xv,)i's'.' I w -n t *() w( i)'v' Tl.., In NI,-n(,riai.i
il.(, f14t k ,) lt\ l whe.r, I should 'w iive 1414-a1' w),re sublin1e1 that We'1.
pie than of himself. He feels sure he tdav had I not tried ('hi:rmb.-rhin'.. aress.s w.r suim that w
will be elected, "if he gets enough !st-miach and Liver Tabl,,ts. The tab- pIrin ed in the Banner for May 1. an il
votes" He s no p tts tra relieve the ill feeling at <,n.'. that poem. "I Shall not Pass This \Vv
votes." He does not propose to trade strengthen the (digestive functions, pu-
off a single office. There is honor in ify the stomach, liver and blood, help- is wortlihy of being 1)osted vheri.- i
I i ing the system to do its work natural- mnay he sooeen daily.
being governor. If It is tainted with l.--Mrs Rosa Potts,. Birmingham. Al.. .
dishoior he does not want the office. Th,.so tabl-ts are for sale b)y ill drug- The Christian Endeavor News tor
gists. m April :30th, mentions Florida in kind
THE CAMPAIGN MUNCHAUSEN MANY WOODS IN A PIANO words about President Winnard wit-)
is commencing his third year as our)
The Ocala Star beard a report on conmanding officer. The same p)al)p'
SAs many kinds of wood are used in *'
the streets that Hon. J. N. C. Stock- .smany kinds of wood are used in owners thanks on that modest work-
ton. as paving contractor, "'had beaten the making of a piano as in the mak-?I
ing of a house or an pn oan-goin'b ('r Mr E. S. I'phanm. tfor a gift of oralt-
the city of Jackson''llk, out of $30, o h 's sePnt to Tremont Temple.
steamship. Certain woods possesn
o0(.* and the Star .crthwith pro(eed- jN Miss Linda Frost is the( new corre-;
.qualities demanded by piano manh-
ed to denounce the report in bitter sustitut will ponldent secrTarv for the East Jack-
terms. concluding with these words ae.. s:onville Presbyterian Endeaxors an.]
"The ran who started that damna- Th. sonin toar, fo inst:(, sets other secretaries a good exampi-'.
The' soundin.- board, foi- inst~ttwo. IQ' <
ble lie should wear convict stripes an-lI making carefil inquiries about i,'
penalties f hi deteta!" I rvr wade of anvthing lut sp)rbt'.
pay h penales of his deteital,- is a thin piece-moro frequently sov- ri of h
conduce by digging phosphate or dip)- ral l)ieces glued together--the who, Messages f sympathy will be sent
ping :':rwihe fIr the state. t wol h l ,n ^ tl'is week from our state to the Chris-
In thu s Iame issue of its weekly edl-ling for a fire. it a hat tiin End-avor leaders of Iouisiana,
tion. April 17th inst., the Star printed( ut itiseone.ssMissis.silppi andi eorgia. 'xv-" he
without any comment at all the fol-an it hu titi r(,,, tn:,- "'t tornado dlid so nmu-'h havoc.
lowing: and withotthrcll he no t- Miss Bessie Peacock, onen of Wintier
no.
"The report is t-urrent that General It is setd wi seasoned in Haven's leaders reclntiy spent a pI)lea-
Albert Gilchrist is sending out two the most painstaking manner, cut and ant week at the b hornet )f her former
sets of pamphlets. one for the wet and shaped by experts, and it becomes th pastor. Rev. Jas. F. Winnard, on Palmn
one for the dry voter. We have not soul and life of the instrument. Had avenue. Tampa. Miss Peacolck has
seen them. but the gentleman wh.) the spruce used in a sounding board the honor, also responsibility of four
has seen them said they hit 'em a-go- gone to the pulp mill nstea of the Christian Endeavor offices, that o!'
ing and a-coming." piano factory it would have made junior superintendent and Y. P. secre-
Now. if the Star had been disposed about enough paper fr a cou of tary in her own ch-lrch. secretary for
to be really righteous, it would have sheets of music. Polk and DeSoto district and Mission
appeded to the report about Ghenehl The piano's frame, the part whici superintendent, for the Florida Union.
Gileist the e comment which at holds the strings and endures the in- This shows that she was already a us-
made for te e is as equally de- cessant strain of several tons. is eq- ful Christian worker for in almost
Stockton, o rene a d .eu ally of elm Bicycle rims are of the every case only that kind are given
serving of censure and denunciation the hoaviot r f hritian Ir..


cers can secure horses for the parade
i)y applying to )r. Byronn l)ozie:.
('hairlman of collinittete on horses anli
carriages, at Birminghanm. in thish
connection ilth major generally' oi- i
Iand(ling most i t'!estly requests each i
member of his staff to be present an; 1
report to h.im in utnifot'rm at his heail-


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qi'arti'rs for such, ditie- asn may j'
required. It is also rge(ld upon (it' ,
(coliradies to ('0111o(i tp)laretd 0o partic(' W .E A R Y E V E R Y T H I N G IN TH E L I N E () P
pate in he public pa,ade and let it
I- Seenthal,,'la'syally ta t House Furnishings Parlor Suits
niemiorie.- of th,. Il.o.i 'aus." is ,- Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and fes
Itre as eve!r': a,'i;( n(n on. "'f Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
bet'" sistI,-r soiitlh rn ta '-.
5. Tito major .ent'ral (oimnfani(lni In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oa
takes )pl,,'as,'I in aniouicing i. a'!)- Maple and Oak. C an r
poin l)mntls')l. 0 i gls Vla Hilton lhr 01 rln Complete line.--Dinner ta
ofI-sc llt- rj,jlj l 11nddaulttr (it Mission Furniture Complete line--Dinner Seft W4^


flie fa mous OW hro. M m.jor (lentral .
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ric (lovor ionl clia .t1-ti --I i el1 of8!'
hvl offlth, soulh.





s(~ wpi I'j. h,:'U 1 j l


In all the different finishes j Odd Pieces


A!l Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace (,urtains, Portias
and Upholstering Goods
Heaters, RanLes, Cook Stoves
Full Iir, of U Cp-lo-dca Pictur'-s. f; raned aod l !ifr;nimed!. and Pic-
ture M.om idliiV.s. Full. :'k of

Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and SaddlI
k -t clalu-ivi e saeAe' of t Ii(- I) s I i..- I,- ai o;i '- .:- I--Lti' S.'.'q i ,; al*:, r.
.A '. l, L'a r' V t hell v e r y b -', t l'" f .i ~ < ^ s ^ :. ,i ; r ;- ^..


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n., ,. ,v llL' 11 L< t' I i Lt I i 1 Hl [. i (.i ^ '. .. .
, )('.'( ,,I lis n c'i ; )'. ; ; ;i l ;i ... li. '-n "
.',iii <;, 1.., T ,)..)'..'r.hiip W allVail PaPer. Alata.itine anl Ma i ni,. W a(; iia-.
,1. a ,it _r;i~' ," _., 2 ,,'r ,', i'. "'I1" :h a i i -i i a l.a '. .\V:we v',l not be un.ld r-old andi will 'pi--
ti(o,,,r as),! 'iliss i. i, r',,. c'ot,,,inii ,','i ,'i-i m mM k !
,sp',iaNo. d or.. The. M c7\%olver&r ackay.
c(nillittif, so otin 'I trllooni :indi venilg andI wirl v
tho' limihny that thh,', received ,Tl%,i- THE
hr)'ollihl v;tases a; ndl Ta hl's tor i
clhirch. Eachi Siun)a. inarnin' 1ow-row H r we g o |-
eI'S WO1'4' ila('eo, ill ii t hse v alta
i1( Si('t pt otho ilkMa riou Hardware CoMpa
aftert r tlie, so''i(*V c t* lt ii gh :h,' tln wOI'
w\ Il'o Si'Ii! to sick. prsois of whV'oi.I g
thlte ('0o1nitti!t had been told. The ---HEADQUART ERS
mtissionary com ii (' lllitI visited t he sic :'
and thos- in >roil,-. ('arrinug with American Wire Fencing,
the liios aps and sch hings Sash, Doors and Blinds
as a .sick p<-. 'on ,i, enjoy eaminl.
lans .av. ,-11 .,.,- ; oi]- (] h,,ol d, servi(.. Paints. Oils and, Varnishes.
it th, jail which has now twenty p)ris- Mill and Mining Supplies,
011on!,>. i the,-- s.trvt(' .'Tn to '1 Turpentine Snpplies,
SImproved Farming Tools,
g,)od( ); will h)' h.ld t1,'\-,'ry 81 14'lt:%: mro e ar .
aft'trnoon D)tlurin. tlit, pasi yiar" the!
,oc'ii etty had1I th, t'wn ()IICftiilE pT O R PIs ..S
ordlinance to ,1' l, ,,ft,.t tha, 11o ,i,',.. GET OUR PR!CES


1~~ jw .\14ti Iion wa(s st-lit t ht-'lh'a'I
i n 2. 1*w't'ltI ,1-:1 n t 4' 'per l-iz him to
ci .'-,.' Jl on Th . i' js W.I.,o etic tual.


Marion Hardware Company


Sv',,ral fronm our ovi(etly wre soilnt to ---
Pensacola to help iin the "v.>t andl dry' A DEADLY EXPLOSIVE dietS, causing a terrible explosi
election. We have offered to send En- and g reat destruction. A large per-
deavors to organize societies in near- Dr. R. R. Snowden's Invention May centage of the shells now in use never
I)y towns, it such service is wishe(i. Revolutionize Modern Warfare exploded at all. bur one made after Dr.
ndIO Snowden's formula would be certain
A library has wbeen started and now In company with several other gon- Snowdln's formula would be w rt
has over sixty volumes. We are try- tiemen. the editor of the News had andadly-lakeland News
ing to get the children to attend Sun- the pleasure on Tuesday morning f POLL TAX NOTICE
dav School who were not doing so. POLLcno T ^ f,11i *1 w--*AX NOTICE
day School who were not doing so. witnesing a test of the new high ex- Poll taxes must be paid on or oetM
each Endeavorer being held respond plosive, the invention of Dr. R. R. May 9th, 1908, to entitle a person U
ble for a certain number rof i plosie the inetio o Dr. R Rvote in the primaries of May 19, 194.
ble for a certain nu)r of little Snowden of this city, and which w, and June 16, 1908.
ones (gRACE A TOWNSEND. have no doubt will bring to that geni- JOHN M. GRAHAM.
Interlachen. May S. 1905. tleman deserved fame and fortune. 5-1 Chm. Dem. Ex. Committee.
The test tonok nite, at P .M,, ....-...-. ",p -._.k.. -.. .. .-o


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THE 1qCWiUAPER-"WHAT 18 IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE; ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS."-CO


VOLUME 43, NUMBER 46. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 9igo8.


WPER.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


writes Mis. E. Fournier of Lake Charles, La., "I
Used to suffer from headache, backache, side ache,
pressing-down pains, and could hardly walk. At
last I took Cardui, and now I feel good all the time.


BOB FERGUSON'S PLATFORM OUR NEW CITY DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAL UNION CONVEN-
SI TION
Berlin. Fla., M 3::. 191,S. Mr. A. R. Parrish, who is now with
Editor Ocala B:anneru Mr. 1. J. Brui iby on the Fruit anld Tie Presbyterial Union of the La-
Plea-e allow ,i: sla(-: i'n .our ra- Truck GrowTr, is in th city ind! will die*Foreign Missionary societies oc
pcr to write a few words to the votrc-r be here for some time(-. the Presbytery of Suwnanee, con-
of the second COnIL.; jas I ami a candidate k.r ,- ;fic- L t the uI w ci yL uirtctory, which M. Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock
County (o. 'i- e : : .... ,' lrimhy is jg^ ou. The 1dir'-.'ry q'he following delegates were in at-
dont( 5.;'.i tll is a (.fll'1, one in evry i-, trendance: Mesdames J. H. Mclau-
m ] f,, :P .farincr and ihe 11',O.c" ni.t 2.r ,,& I i s tt,oa thing t h _3t (,-a ,t !
irn. Charles Marvin and Misses Ag-
anru1 an o h l ,. wii : .-4 Th ,ire(-tory will bth atI'raV.-
S n. bIr i -. cannot help andi withjor. : I. Ib H 'iDci' will b. Utle. Davidson and Ida Stafford from
r-o, 'r

That is to gi'.e me your voic on Mav c(',iaitd. wil! be a :.plendlil a1v>'r-
19th and I promi-*,e to stand by you. j;i:e- it-o ter our btaumil'ul little city.
I ani ili favor of good roiis, nl0i .%'. Pa h will h\f' compll)ot
only hard roads hut also good pubh!-' cof:r<. m ,f the's w )i. and as he ha-
roads bhrnou-h the country, and ii had \vijd (-xperience along this line oi
favor of keeping all roads open. 1. work tlih succe:,,s oi the directory s
I inyse-lf cannot keep them open i assured.
will apPoint !, good ni man in th di tricts 'o clear out all rubbi h. andl I on his enterprise.
will ria*, cv, r Il,'sc an,! all oth# r pul)-
lie roaid- ii ;In s dli!t'iet before t1'o ANOTHER "ONE" NAILED
meeting of tl, e cuminty (omiumis ion- r;
to report l.eth' 'r cr not to ,'cept th Ocala, May 13, 1911S.
work done (n th( roads. To the Editor Ocala Banner:
I h lie e i,, building all roads on I see that I am charged with, inak-
section o. sub-di.isiun lines; because ing political combinations. Allow me
in n.al.v c(ase h'b, owner may decide to say that only one candidate can
to fence, h, ,, and there are lii, look me in the face and say that i
public roads -uinning across it. Ih,'n ever promised to even vote for him.
he i'1\ 1; '-, i".: a petit'onn to clang<- It is all any candidate can do to


SAT A th, :,Ha., th( r' tort WlVy not put the
k ~~rori- ,,, e( 11i el. -ulh-div~ion- m lin(,.-
anal ,] e this troiihl,.
Th. n I promise the vote!.-; of tihls
T a a Mr. McGregor McClain of Conant dii.rii io se a 'tf-r the roads to the
an Prnwas an Ocala guest on Tuesday. .very c- st oft n ability. Commencing
at the ,:orthve'-t corner of Fection L3
Most of the lies crushed to eartn Mr. A. D. Mariow has move,od .o ) r ne a ten C
towinhip 12 r-.nee 19 and tihence r'in-
re i. spa. ning east to ihe dividing line of dis-
-tri(rt.- 2 n(i d i ihnce soutb to south-
Dr. C. W. Carswell presented Cit- MMr. W. A. Yongue of Fairfield, r
r. ,. ,arsweil pre te C f o past corner ot district 2. connecting
ra Oala Wednday. candidate for county omnlssioner,
ra in Ocala Wedinesaay. .^i district :'. thence wes;t to With-
was a visitor to Ocala Tuesday. He .h oo-he r1% ,r thence uorth and north-
i- h: (< : r aooc'hf ri\",r thence north and north-
Mr'. Charie Rogers of Lymane was says that Fairfield is o. k. ^^^ ^ ,,
east (it said rmi~er to souithvest corner '
visitor Wednesday. He was accom-
dby his mother. "Mrs. George Pasteur and hitte ,( (,,.ot uo:'thw,-.t qut:ArTer secton. :i1 'I:W!-
Francis. came home yesterday fronmi :! ship l;. range 1s. thence. nonr' t')
Mr. Munroe. of the firm of Munro cisit to Stanton uvith Mr. and Mr.I. noIrthwst corner of sectilr,. 6 towu-
Botb & McDoald, was in from John Pasteur. ship 15. range IS. thence east o
-- northeast quarter section. 5. town-
Pne yesterday. Messrs. E. C. Smith and C. V. Ro.)- ship 15, rang-e 19, jog north to north-

C. C. Carroll sorts ar in Jacksonville atten(din west cornier section. ;, township. 12.
lRlV. C2. C. Carroll has gone to Hot -,. *ci*i,
rgs. Ark.. to attend the Souther the annual convention of thi Flora, i r,9ni.', 1, point of beginning.
Blaptist Convention. undertakers and embalmers. Thi: is mv plaitorm and yeoar sip-
!, j ') \\i1'! ,t ; iprec-iatcd-
Mr. J. R. Raker, a member of th., Mr. John Carney ot the Carn.y I, Yo'rs Resliedtfully
ftv c tl nf Lehure was a visit- .vestment Company, who hNv' lar, R. W. Ferguson.
Mtv rMius*<) of lifkhnrv wiis a visit- R. W. F ergusoni.


or to our city Wednesday.

Mrs. J. Walker Bishop came home
yesterday from a two weeks' visit to
relatives at St. Petersburg.

Brinmm is the man who has done
more for education in Marion coun-
ty and the state of Florida.

SMr. R. C. Ridge was another repre-
sentative of the City of Oaks in Ocala
om Wednesday.

Dr. D. A. Smith of Anthony was in
Ocala Wednesday and went down tol
Dunnellion on the afternoon train.

Mr. Oscar M. Gale was in Ocala
from Belleview Wednesday. He was
accompanied by his sister.

Mr. Charles Moran. who has been
so sick at the Marion county hospital.
was able to be out yesterday for the
first time.

Mr. J. M. Bitch was in to see us
Wednesday. and renewed his subscrip-
tion for the "oldest paper" for anoth-
er year.

Judge Hopkins. Mr. Ed Pelot. Dr.
Slaughter, Mrs. Bogart and quite a
number of others were in from Belle-
view Wednesday.

Mr. Henry Stevens of Lakeland
* came in last night, and Is the guest


of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac


interests on Lake Weir. was a \-itfir
to the county seat Tuesday.

Mr. E. C. Sims. one of our vaiuelI
suLscribers at Anthony, went down
to Umatilla Tuesday to pay a visit to
his brother. Mr. James Sims. He wi!l
afterwards extend his visit blow
Tampa on a tour of inspection.


JUDGL. BELL'S DENIAL

To th' D)'mocratic Voters of Marioq
County:
1 tmin informed tha! it is report(
ovwr" ih, county that I have formed
a political pool with Candidates Gr,.-
hliam. (.alloway and Ayer against Can-
didates Carnev. Edwards. Cam and


Mr. Villalonga P. Smith, one of te Phillip.. in the present campaign and
best known men in the county, was' conigL, i1ia,.y election. The sail I
summoned to Ocala on the jury for i'V.or' i jfai-.4. I ani attending to my ]
O'Neill trial, but was not accepted., On aftiir: and working in my owi i
and has returned to his home at W- itr,. All the candidates are my
cahoota. friends, and I -hali not 4nter into any
I pools or combinations against any. of
Mrs. L. G. Frierson. an attrac,.i'h
theni: nor shall I circulate any bada
young Jacksonville matron, is th-'
.... 'reports on the eve of ihe election
guest of Miss Lillian Thagard. an reports on the e of the lectio
. .'t.,.ainst any candidate.
will he here for a week or more. Si. a gai. st anci candidate.
,..,Concerning; the l~adt reports that
is accompanied by her little son. Cnen th ha roetatA
have been and wi'l be circulatg'd
Proof that the body found in th-' against me on the eve of the election
ruins was that of Mrs. Guinness will w''hen it will be too late for me to de-
be distinctly disappointing. The im- nv them. I ask the voters to give me
agination of Poe never pictured a the same fair treatment that yot.i
criminal more interesting than th- should give to every man and that !
Laporte woman of mystery. Caught would give to you: that is. investi-
alive she would be an acquisition to gate the motives of the persons circu-
criminal history.-Courier-.Journal, rating these reports, and in addition to
that make inquiry of several reputable
Mr. C. W. Goff. who has been se- citizens of Ocala: make inquiry of my
riously ill for the past month, is. w.- home people: of the people who
are glad to say. again able to be at know my whole life. as to the truth of
his post in the Anti-Monopoly drug these reports.
store. During his illness his mother- Respectfully.
in-law. Mrs. A. D. Richardson. 01' JOSEPH BELL.
'rnmno aria her ,danklhter -r S. Ocala F"lan Mayv 11 .190S.


"tote his own skillet,' and campaign
lies, like ghost stories, always vanish
when the light is turned on.
When a candidate will not coni-
out like a man and make his charges
on the stump or in the papers, or do
so at the last minute so as to cut off
any reply, sensible men ought to
know thht "there is a nigger in tb
wood pile." ALFRED AYER.

CAPTURED A STOLEN HORSE

A stolen horse belonging to a livery-
man at Ieesburg. was located Monday
near Blitchton by Mr. Pate Miller,
constable for district No. 30. The
horse had been ridden into that neigh-
borhood by a negro named Ed Awsoin,
and sold for $50. Mr. Miller secured
the horse and turned it over in Ocala
to its rightful owner, who had come
up to this city to get the animal. Th.-
negro, however, made his escape.


ANOTHER MURDER CASE
The case of J. R. Clark, accused of
the murder of a negro some months
ago at the Petteway still, near Cam)
Wizard, was up before the circuit court
Wednesday. The defendant had no
attorney and Mr. Louis W. Duval was
appointed to defend him. The ca.-e
resulted in a mistrial, the jury bein'!
unable to agree.


Miss Ola Bell left last night to'-
her home in Fayetteville. N. C. MiLs
Bell hbas spent the past five months
in Ocala with her sister. Mrs. \Valt.r
Ellis. and while here has made many
friends. Dame Rumor has it thpt
Miss Bell will soon return to Ocal.i
to make her home. which will h# ,a
great pleasure to) her friends.

The jury in the case against .Johu
t'Neill. tried for killing Simeon Me-
Lendon, found a verdict against him
of murder in the second degree This
means a life sentence. Mr. 0 Neill Is
a young man of handsome appearance
and of excellent manners, and comes
of a good family. He has wrecked !
what might have been a useful life.

Mrs. Allen Wheelus Bridges enter
stained at a very lovely supper Tue,-
d(lay night, the guests being Mr. Bridg-
es and seven of his gentlemen friends.
viz: Messrs. L. N. Green, H. C. Sis-
trunk. G. J. Blitch, B. N. Dosh, M. V.
Wheeler, W. H. Dodson and C. F.
Flippin. An elegant supper was ser"-
d In ncursesa nnd the hostess was as-


the firstt l-'resbyterian church of
.Jacksonville: Mrs. Mattie Fort from
East Jacksonville church: Mrs. D.
\V. Johnson from Johnson's Lake.;
Mrs. Jackson from Archer; Mes-
,lames Hay. Evans and Hyde from
Gainesville: Mrs. A. J. Henry from
Lake City. and Misses Ballantyne and
Mclntosh from Luraville.
The sessions of the union are open
to the ladies of the town and a cor-
dial invitation is extended to all. The
following order of exercises will be
observed today:

NOTICE OF PICNIC
There will be a public speaking and
barbecue and picnic at Stokes' Ferry
on Saturday, May 16, 1909. All can-
didates are invited to come out.
Therp is still more excitementt in
Pensacola. On May 11 a street car
was dynamited, and th,- motorman,


conductor and
were injured.


several
The affair


passengers
is (cre-ating


considerable excitement. We do not
know what steps will be taken by
Governor Broward. who is command-
er-in-chjef of the land and naval
forces of Florida, or what he will da
about it. The labor unions have put
a veto as to his ordering out the mIl-
itia any more, and we don't suppose
that he will have the Roosevelt
spunk to do it "whe'er o:- no."

Mr.- George M. Blitch of Blltchton,
Mr. C. P. Haycraft of Fellowship and
Mr. R. A. Boyd of Anthony were
among those who visited our san,'-
turn on Saturday and left their re-
newals for the weekly visitations of
the Banner during the present year.
Mr. Blitch says that tht sentiment of
this county as far as he can ascertain
is that unless Messrs. Broward and
Stockton poll a majority of the votes
in the first primary that they will get
left in the second, for all of the votes
for the defeated candidates will g,)
against them in the second primary.
It's Broward and Stockton against the
field.


Mr. and Mrs. 'harl.s E ('iulbreathl
of Ocala ha\.e i ssued cards to their
man% friends throughout the tate an-
nouncing the safe arrival at their
home. of a young lady whom they are
introdu(icing to society as Miss Martha
Hood ('ulbreath It Is iinderstmod that
the arrival of the young lady is re-
garded by Grandfather "Bohb" Cul--
breath as a afa\orable. omen for his
race for the county (clerkship Tampa
rimes


Tho-' who attended tlhe s,.,aking at
F'liiiington .ire )11,1 n th-ir praises
( usually happy speeches. Editor Ge
(. Mathews represented Hion. J N '.
Stockton and lion. W II. Lanar Mr
Malone of Key, West represented Hlon
.Jeffersota I. Browne. and all the coun-
ty candidates repretsnted4 themselves.
All spoke well. The speaking gave
them an unusual appetite and they ate
if not more eloquently at least more
insistently than they talked. All had a
big time *

JOIN THE "BRYAN CLUB"

William S. Jenninas. President. Jack-


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Asher



Frank


CANDIDATE FOR


SUPERVISOR OF


REG IISTRATION


YOU SHOULD


VOTE FOR HIM ON


MAY the 19th.


IP


I. S. GIDENS FOR DISTRICT DELE-
GATE TO DENVER

To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Among the several candidates for
district delegate to the national dem-
ocratic conventions appears the name
of I. S. Giddens of Tampa.
I want to say a good word for him.
He has not asked me to do so. bat I
am impelled by personal friendship
for him. and by knowledge of his high
character as a man. to commend him
to all democratic voters in the ap-
proaching primary.
Mr. Giddens favors the nomination
of W. J. Bryan for president, as, I be-
lieve, do all the other candidates from
this district.
He is an upright man. with a rec-
ord clean, honorable and stainless In
politics, business and private life.
I hope the democrats of this sec-
tion of the district will give him their
vote. Your respectfully.
R. 1. ANDERSON.

ANOTHER CAMPAIGN LIE NAILED

To the Editor tcala Banner:
There is a report circulated that
the whiskey element brought me out
for county commissioner for the fifh
district of Marion county., which or-
iginated for my defeat in the race.
Therefore. I would kindly ask the au-
thor for a correction, as it is fale.
and without any foundation whatever.
Respectfully,
L. B. MARSH

WITH THE CANDIDATES
Pelro was the Mecca for the cam-
didates on Monday and Monday night
there was a political meeting at Belle-
viey.
Tuesday peaceful Candler was hi.
vaded. As many of the candidate
as possible attended these mtmwtS
and spoke along the usumal Urnes. ad
were attentively beard by the ve.
em.

Mr. Ed Pelot of Belleview was a
visitor Wedneday, andm says that be
has already mfde a shipment of caw
taloupe. and believes thUat he has the
honor of being the ftrst in the ar-
kets with the gods.


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THE OCALA BANNER


FRANK NARRIL, E~lr.
P. V. L jMwmgs4 B 3... Manager.


Tour flag and my flag, and how it flies
today;
In your land and my land and half the
world away;
Rofe red and blood red its stripes for-
ever glee;
Snow white and aoul white, the good
forefathers dream;
Sky blue and true blue. with stars that
gleam aright;
The gloried guidon of the day. a sh-l-
ter through the night.
Your flag and my flag. and oh. how
much it holds!
Your land and my land secure withi'i
its folds:
Your heart and my heart beat quick'r"
at the sight;
Sun-kissed and wind-tossed. the re,.
and blue and white;
The one flag, the great flag, the flag for
me and you;
Glorified all eLe beside.. the red anJ
white and blue.

FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908

When the governor wins all his
newspaper suits what does he propose
to do with so much money?

Jensen, a thriving little village on
the east coast, has been nearly en-
tirely wiped out by fire.

John Lee Carroll of Maryland has
been re-elected president general of
the Society of the Sons of the Revolu-
tion.

It is mean in the newspapers print-
Ing quotations from Jeff Davis's
speech on him. There ought to be a
limit even to digs.

Congress has adopted a joint reso-
lution extending relief to the storm
sufferers in Texas. Arkansas and Tei--
nessee.

The partnership heretofore existing
between John N. C. Stockton and Gus
Morton has evidently been dissolve.
-Tampa News.

The Senate of the United States has
Passed a bill appropriating $5,oo0)
towards the erecting of amonunen.
to Pocahuntas at Jamestown

The only thing Bryan saved from
the wreck kof the campaign of 1896 was
his silver tongue, which he carried all
through the csmpa4in with him.

Mrs. Evelyn !fw ;Is' suing the Ho-
tel Knickerbocker for $25.000 for be-
ing ordered out of the grille rooms of
that hotel. We hope she will get th,
money.

Under the terms of a bill introduc-
ed by Represenative Cooper. of Tex-
as. the State of Teas Is reimbursed
to the extent of $5.000.000 for cotton
taxes levied by the government from
1863-186,S, inehusiat
-
Miss Rhoda Augusta Thompson, the
last real daughter of the American
Revolution, died at Woodbur-. Conn.
very recently. Her father9 was a
drummer boy in the Revolutionar--
arm'y.

The three senators who remained
during Senator Jeff Davis's latest


speech deny bitterly that they listen-
ed. They say they were busy with
some private matters snd forgot to
go out,--Georgian.

A Bostonian paid $10 for a painting
which he discovered to be worth $10.-
000. but like other lucky speculators
he will keep bucking the game till he
gives $10.000 for a $10 picture.-Cour-
ier Journal.

if thop wn arum ea 11M4 Al.^f C1 .&J -


ard and asked them to send the bill
to bini. which they did. The governor
paid no attention to it, and finally Hil-
son was forced to pay it.
About which the statement of Levy
Bros. is as follows:
"In our regular course of business
the bill was sent to Mr. Hilson. IV
was sent from month to month until
January. 1905. Mr. Hilson came n''o
our store with the bill we had been
sending him and asked us to take this
item from our books and give him
credit for the amount, stating that the


coat and vest was not for him.
they were for Governor Broward.


but
H.


then charged this coat and vest 1to
Governor Broward, January 16. 1905,
amount, $12.50, and shortly afterwards
it was paid for by Mr. Broward.
"We deem it but just to Governor
Broward to say this. as some stat,-
ments have been made reflecting ou
GIvernor Broward's promptness in
paying his obligations. Governor
Broward has a running monthly ac-
count in our store, and our books
show that his settlements have bet"n
satisfactory to us. His accounts have!
been kept up from month to mnon i.
since his inauguration, and up to the
present date his account stands bal-
anced on our books to May 1st, 19<,i."
T. B. Byrd & Co.. grocers, whom Mr.
Hilson said the governor was owing
for a grocery bill. immediately wrote
to the governor saying that while it
was true that he was owing a little
balance to them it was purely guess
work with Hilson. as they had never
mentioned the matter, and he was at
liberty to make the bill larger if he
wanted to. They regret the occur-
rence very much anti say that it is
calculated to do the governor very
much injustice.
Some of the other men named by
Hilson have left Tallahassee and it
was impossible for Mr. Simmons to
see them. but the general trend of
what all the others say is that th
Hilson article creates a false impres-
sion. and was written for that pur-
pose.
This paper did not print the Hilsoli
article, but as it made some aflusions
to it. in justice to the governor it
prints the above extracts from Mr'.
Simmons's article.


CONGRESSIONAL


RHETORIC


AT


ITS BEST
Congressional rhetoric does not
often attain a loftier or more grace-
ful flight than in Representative
1Loud's speech on the Naval Approp
riation bill. Those who lament the
deterioration of public oratory may
take heart from this eloquent ad-
dress
Mr. Loud's theme was the glory of
sea combats, and he did full justice
to history. From the conquering gal-
leys of the Phoenicians to the affair at
Santiago he left no naval exploit un-


fair and tolerant. Liberty does not
mean license. We take pleasure in
commending the course of the Times-
Union."
The Tampa News did not see it in
the same favorable light. It says:
"The local reporter of the Times-Un-
ion who 'wrote up' Broward's speech
at Jacksonville the other night must
not be in harmony with the policy of
that paper on the senatorial contest. It
was the most fulsome bit of prais?
that the governor has received during
the campaign, and, read without ref-
erence to the title of the paper, would
be generally credited to the Tallahas-
see Sun."
The Times-Union merely stated the
facts as the reporters saw them, and
the impressions they had of the chai-
acter of the speech. That's all.
And here is still another view; It
is what Editor Williamson of the .Jack-
sonville Floridian thinks about it:
"The Times-Union accotint of the
3Broward meeting at the Duval the,-
'ter is indeed a study in journalism.
IBrowardl never hesitates to slander
and malign such papers as are opplesl
to his hypocrisy and humbuggery, but
th T.-U'. certainly heaped coals of tire
upon his head by returning good fo:
evil.
"With us, it is difft-rent. We blliev
in 'turning the other cheek' only af-
ter we have broken the face of th-,
mnian who tries to smite us, and we
believe such kindness as that display-
ed by the Times-Union is only anotb-
ier case tf *casting pearls to swine.' "


is a toper the Ocala Banner wants to
PEN.$iONS FROM TWO POINTS OF disabuse the minds of the voters and
VIEW all others along that score. The gen-
i eral Is a strictly temperate man and
Hen. Jno. P. W all of Putnam coun- ,.. . .
on. Jno. Wall of Putnam coun(oPs not indulge in intoxicants to hurt
ty. who is a candidate for member of i a a
,. , :it at all. The wine-cup is not one ot
the legislature, in one of the planks his weaknesses. The Ocala Banner
in his platform, favors a property dis- has know hi since he was a little
quliiato fo pesoes his known him shice he was a little,
qualification for pensioners tot andl speaks from actual knowledge
He objects to the News saying tha; to a sa fo a .
e s Along the line ot temlperance his rep-
he wanted the disqualification fixe,I t l o ip his
he wante, d he disqaifictat fi ord is as straight as a shingle. His
*at $1000, as he mentioned that surm ri. of ki n in.
proclivities of looking upon the win-,
just for instance, ,* ,
s r insa to w, when it is red need not give Sister
In replying to which the Palatk:i j (h. the la ea s
I Childs the least un(.asiness.
News says:
"But the point made by Mr. Wall ENDORSING KNIGHT
is not the one at issue. There are buti
two systems, or ideas, involved in th It is with pleasure that we announce ,
granting of pensions )by the state, this week the candidacy of Hon. A. J.
"One is the lpauper, anti-starvation Knight of Taniipa. as a delegate fro'-i
plan. by which the state undertakes to the first congressional district to tho
provide a minimum of sustenance t) national democratic convention.
all paupers, without regard to rac Mr. Knight is eminently fitted in
or previous condition of life or mor- every respect to represent the demo-
als. crats of this district. He Is one of
"The other plan is based on the idea Tampa's most prominent and influen-
of gratitude and as a reward for long tial citizens. He is a firm believer in
or valuable public service rendered by the principles of democracy as advo-
the pensioner, cated by William J. Bryan, and if
"The third plank in Mr. Wall's plat- elected will use his every effort to se-
'form indicates which of these sys- cure his nomination as the democratic
tennis of pensions for Confederate vet- candidate for president.
erans he stands for. Mr. Knight is a Florida cracker
"He would dole out to the heroes and has lived most of his life in south
of the Confederacy a small annual sti- Florida. As a citizen and upright


i


WAS


WORIOTS I



WITH ECZEMA


IROWARD VS. HILSON FROM THREE POINTS OF VIEW
Some time ago the Milton Index; -
printed a very severe article arraign-I Gov. Broward addressed the citizens
Ing Governor Broward for various of-i of Jacksonville last Tuesday night
fenses, and especially for the govern- and the Times-Union made a report
or's forgetfulness in money matters, of the meeting, stating facts without
Mr. Hilson told of many incidents in comment, a report as free from parti-
which the governor had borrowed san bias as it could be made. We are
money and refused or neglected t) struck by different views taken by
pay back the same, and was also for- two of our friends among the news-
getful in paying his grocery and feed papers of Florida. That the Ocala
bills. Banner found the report commendable
Mr. Daniel A. Simmons. private sec- will be seen from the following edi-
retary to the governor, without appris- trial paragraph:
ing Governor Broward of his inten- "The Times-Union of Wednesday
lions, has gotten statements from gave an excellent report of the speech
some of the persons named by Mr. Gov. Broward made in that cty the day
Hilson, and they put an entirely dif- before. Indeed, it tossed roses at the
ferent light on these transactions than feet of the governor and said that his
that made by Mr. Hilson, and after speech was a clear-cut straight-for-
reading the two statements the con- ward presentation of his claims for
clusions of th., reader are tent!rely the high office, and was freee from
differe-nt, vituperation and abuse. The Times.
For instance. Mr. Hilson said thai Union also printed Mr. Stockton's let-
he borrowed a coat from Levy Bros., ter in full in reply to Mr. Gus Morton.
for Governor Broward. and the coat Now, this. it occurs to us. is the prop-
was to have been returned the next er way to conduct a newspaper. It
morning The governor d:id not r'1- certainly does not show a partisan nor
turn the coat. andi after several narrow spirit, and sets an example
months he (Hilson) got a bill for th-. that some other newspapers in the
coat. He remonstrated, told Levy state could follow with profit. The
Bros. the coat was for Governor Brow- press should be free, but it should be


Ior tl, Htare, of their, ),oNo Ne' -
states : truth. which 'vetrr vor':-I .,i' 1,iiP%\ weo r.-:il!v thimii a gr'at
should k'ip (onstar:inl iv i i ;iliI |!,f ,l.s ;l .ohlirhn Str ,cr,0 )i. .1 says: "''*' .ot not expect to g't p)oli'-! %i,,- vr% n i 'h li t. he. i going too
i(';l i)a; a' .ons ()f etxcllen'e,- inl nin!i i .- I), li' l .Xt toe'rnor tf Flri,-a. an I
of perf ertion in candidates wtni '-- W o '.Vo It .- a tit mad whs'n h.e i


flex of the public opinion, which. ;1
the other hand, it helps to mnoult an i
direct. We all lioe lo-day %inder it
calcium light, Ind the growing sens,
of responsibility, on the part of those.
who conduct it is new ground for hope'-
fulness as to the future. We some-
times resent its invasion of our pri-
vacy, its mistakes and false judg-
ments, and in our anger at the individ-
ual offender we are apt to forget the
beneficence otf the institution, and
think we pay a very high price for the
untrammeledl freedom of the press.
But do not let us forget that we have
received an hundredfold return for the
price we have paid. Through it main-
ly does public opinion exert its saltiu-
tary influence, and through it largely
are exploited the true defenses of th-,
individualism and personal liberty on
which I have dwelt so much. Th-;
public opinion, to the arbitrament of
which we must all in the endl subniit,.
is the outcome of the character, jud-t-
mnent aind daily coindtet of (.mintn' 1-
ties like this." -.Iiid.tt (;et-o. ray., o:
D)elawa r'e.

GENERAL GILCHRIST AND WINE

The Ocala Banner s:.ys that Gener-
al Gilchrist was dined andl winedi four
times in one d(lay in Tanmpa. \Wontder
if lie has any of those twelve times
that he takos a drink in a year Ileft
by this time?--Arcadia Champion.
The Ocala Banner does not reirmem-
bher to have said what is here inmptit,.l
to it, and if it is quoted by the Chain-
pion and other newspapers to create
the impression that General Gilchri-t


ltr. in,'how. .o)hn r'rnind: iI.,s oif .,
litll, story we recently 1.aw in th-
l.adi*'s i(..n .lo)ournal .A little. bo)
nimotrher wa, r.,pro'chinv hiri fo)r hl'
meanness to his .voinger bmother
Shlie said: "'You know h' hasn't be.v
unkind to \ou' lu '' the. lboy r-
plied, "mother,. he i-, so \WF1I.I.V
(;OOD),. I simple can't ,endiire hint'
.la('ksonvill. Floridlian


to the welfare of Floridla. andI not to Washiigton next week will enter
the building tip of a faction by a cui- tain one of h iinosr important cath
ning contribution of the public office. ; rings that ever assembled within he r
I-Punta Gorda Herald. limits It is the conference ,f go\
-- -ernors and representatie citizPen-
The editors of the .Tacksonvilleb M,-- l'resildent Roosevelt has called at th-
tropolis and the Ocala Banner boa-t W\hite Houe for May !* to 15. at th,
that they have been engaged in new.-- request of the inland waterways cona
paper work for about fifty years ea'h mission.- Pr-ss l)ispatch It will no;
and never suffered trom overwork. bte as important to the governor of
from constant and close application to Ploridla as th.e gatherings that w:I1
their duties, and have never beo a.-,semblie in the various precinct.. In
troubled by nervous prostration It pFloridli o) Tuesda.. Ma. 19
must he that they are blessed witi -
the phlegmatic and not the nervous Th,, Record untderstands froi m!% r*
temperament, for it is men of the ia:- liable source that Jeff 1,. awi.s. aa
ter temperament whose nerves ar- ohd "stager" in newspaper work in
worn ou tby tho constant mental Florida, andI none better, will .w)n
strain.-Punta Gorda Herald. Per- issue a paper from Quincy. He 1.
haps the Metropolis and Bann-: now putting in a plant there, and th-.
make a more heroic use of the scin- fact that he will own and control it.
sors than the able and industrious ,d. means its everlasting iauccess. J itor of the Herald. Davis is a man everybody likes who
know him. and in advance we l,,e-peak
The DeLand News has always been for him andl his new business a suc-
a strong Broward paper and support- cessful career.- Madison R-corder
ed him under all conditions, but her. ,,
is what it says of the arguments (?) With all this fuss over the question
put up by the governor: "It looks to of two or four battleships and Wtiwh
us as though Governor Broward is a Admiral Evens' fleet arousing the en
little hard up for arguments in that thusiasm of all nations it will h. in


tIN


0 1;


now


I mmmmmw"


JOHN BEARD To us it seems an unfortunate nld
-- take for Governor Broward and Jno.
We have now heard all the candi-
N. C. Stockton to pay any attentioD
dates for United States senator, and to the warfare being waged against
feel that we can arrive at a just con- their personal characters.-St. P'
clusion as to the one that will bette.- terspurg Indapendent. This is th.
represent the state of Florida in this w orstha ehe e!'se if!
worst that we have ever seen. if a |
august tribunal, and do not hesitait . I
tn cv tKf .^..4..^ u candidate has no regard tor sis pel-1
to say that in our judgment that man: candidate has no regard for his P.-
is John S lie' sonal character be is not the man Wo
is John S. Beard. We believe that he .
is best equipped for the responsibt)ili-i crown with political honors--that
ties of this high office. He has a co1- man is wrong at the top. at the bot-
manding presence, classical feature, itom. and all the wa through. A man s
the poise and dignity that belong f tr character i.s his very own. and if a'
statesmanship. Hegit s a good deloat won't flght for it he ought not to ex-i
statesmanship, He isa good det~ate.i' pect his friends to do so for him. If
and as an orator he is forceful an(Pt hi frids to o or
eloquent. He has his facts well kniz-1he thinks the game Is not worth th-
ted together and leaves a splendid itni-candle he has certainly gotthe wrong
pressing on his audience, we sa; conception of things. "Not to resent
pression on his audience. We s i0a.10 % "*B n
this because we feel that way anl Ian attack on one's personal charac-
think that it is due Mr. Beard for uftr?' Thtt is certainly a strange
_NI r..Beard for.ii < octrint% fo~r this ;ivte otf the world and
to make this statement. He has (octrin fr this aize ,ff the world and
.s .i. .fo)r this part of the country Reseni
advertisement in this paper, and thefese
color of his checks have been ver'V it? Why. of course. Rsent it to ti1
scarce arounsioutsilescoutl.ath. If a man is -oing to be a man
his personal characte-r ought to be as.-
A FREE PRESS ,tdear to himn as a woman's virtue is to
.her. And a Iman who has not enough
"A tree and untrammeileld press i- i regard for his personal character to
potent influence for good. It is a r-, resent attacks made upon it ought to
- ... l.,i- - r. .. 1... .,^- 1,1 tw ithn ijH -


we nolninat c,'ert' ain e diior.- \'er.
triv1 No man is perfect, )not 'ev ':1
yomn favri te candidates,. Evon (;tl-
christ h:as hik faults, but let us all
vote for himt. because, hie is honest.
belongs to no ring or faction, has "no
friends to reward, nor enemies to
punish." is not seeking office for pow-
er or pelf. and. if elected goverino'.
can he depended upon 'o devote the
best energies of his mind and hart


lle" o11f \ t'i11 '( I t r l c wormi w l ittL -


Editor Harris is a philosopher wh,)
is both large-minide'd and acutte-mind-l-
od-telescopic and. nicroscoi)lc-an'l
he can use either his largeness or hi;
acuteness as hie sees tit to serve hii
purpose for the time being. He knows
very well that in what we said we
were referring to hNs opposition to Mr.
Bryan as the democratic nominee aV
Denver. anti only to that extent w9,4
it our purpose, to il.entifv him with
the New York World, the most noto--
ious enemy of the Nebraskan in ,y
outside the #Idefo(ratic party today-
Pensacola Jouirnal.
Then why dIos the .Journal ,o
out of its way t4 lb in e xtraneo.us
mnattors if ii uean.- nothing by it"
Perhap.4 the World is a friend in di.t-
guise to Mr. llryan It i':tray nImI w!t
a good wani li de's'Iatted too ottwl,. There,
too. it ii.iV '"ini, thia .1 TIll pj )d)l y tf
;) .. 0'. M, ri 1or (, )rio''t'; i sp).ak n .:.
'h lo ;t (011a)p o4 ;a rioinir.:'ti ii a
har:ntiil ;is ili h noiio pin l)lv ',if tr: i: .


On Chest, Back, and Head-Pain,
Heat, and Tingling Were Excru-
ciating-Nerves in Exhausted
Condition-Sleep Badly Broke.


CURE BY CUTICURA
SEEMED LIKE MAGIC

"Word@ cannot express the gr tltudl
1 fe for what Cujacura ISh
done for my daugh
ter. Adelaide. Sh&

is fifteen yar ofe
age, and had Devw
Si bad anything t"
matter with her
^ /skin until four
month., ago, when
an eruption broke
i out on h'r chest.
I. 1The first ymptm
was a redne,. and then foll, wed thickeon-
ing and blis.ters, which would break and
run matter. I took her to a doctor,
and be pronounced it to b eef-zma of
very hbad form. He trate'd he'r. but
instead of being checked, the dio-e.a
spread. It showed it.-lff on her bark.
and then quickly spread upwards until
the whole of her head wa.A affect.t1, and
all her hair had to be cut off. The pain
she suffered wa. exs'ruciating, and
what with that and the heat and tin-
gling her life was almost unbearable.
he became run down in health, and at
times was very feverish, languid, and
drowsy, and occasionally shbe wes deo-
irious. Her nerves were In such alow
state that she could n,,t bear to be left
Alone. In spite ot the cold westhr
she would insist on having her bedroom
window open. and would lean out as
the window-il. 8he did not hawv
proper hour's sleep for many nights.
Th-.eownd doctor we tried afforded
her Just as little rPlf as the first. and
I really do not know what we should
have done if we had not read bow
Cuticura cured a similar cam. I
chased Cuticur Sosp Cuticura
ment, and Cuticur Pill, and befom
the Ointment was thre-quartme
finished every trace of the di.'eaae w"
gone. It really seemed like magic.
f r hair Is coming on nicely, aad I
still apply the Cutw-ura Ointmnt as I
find it increa-ws th| growth wonder-
fullv. Mrm. T. W. Hyd". I. Ongw
Place. Brentwood, E. ex, England, M.'.
8, 19()7."
rutel ru rl ip t.41" N to nli thq.-ki nl CIOt-
curn Ointivfent tlI ts o to it-l I t ip % .n. &Wat4 <'uu.
.'ir Rc i plvprnt l'4)se '. (tor in th h form of hC ',Aam
(',,ttl 2'i;i. e'r" vir loffh., tot'ur>?yvtb b A .4L
.",ld th-"i.h':!- h':t t''- wr d i' ,'te'T lruu Chr
l't'rp 1 &-&Mai4 k rc. Cu. m -A)AjL uo 610. L-m).-

ALMOST TOO GOOD


4 of


* A


go%,r I


At *









li-- favorable settlements. Every acre of
HO t K may be Quicykly Propaed GOVERNOR J NuNlU land that has been conveyed under
FrOn Sweet Milk In Any railroad land grants by the present
Home Kitchen AND H T| trustees or their immediate predec-
Delicious and health.giving butter- N J ,1 Iessors in office, and every dollar of
milk may now be easily and quic money that has been paid in settl-
prepared in any kitchen and by quckl What He has Saved for the People of the State While Gov- ment thereof, has been so conveyed
premed in any kitchen and by any. d rertn dnta
person without putting sour cream enor and Special Attorney for the I. I. Fund. or paid under binding contracts execu-
through the churning process, and ge-. ted by fre trustees, and not a dol-
tlar nor an acre of land has been yield-
Aing it as a by-product of varying qual- ii -- -.,^^ ^^^ ^yed
ting it as nda by-product of alenlineg. qual- Jacksonville. May 11. 1908. the railroad companies, then in th,,';ed under legislative land grants that
ity and doubtful cleasouing swees. To the Editor Ocala Banner: fund. and 700.o It is prepared by scouring swut e.i
by means of lactic acid bacilli, N public man in the state has be-ai "What has been the policy of the ed by former trustees. Who convey-
in the form of tablets, called pactone the subject of more misapprehension ,' trustees beginning 1901?" el upwards of eight million acres of
in the form of tablets, called "'lactose It u t e e i n n 9 1 a d t al o d c m a i s n p r
talents' each one containing sufi- not to say misrepresentation than "It has been the established policy, Iland to railroad companies, and upon
ent material to convert a quart former Governor William S. Jennings. faithfully pursued by the trustees what authority were they conveyed?
l to butterilk t n er aqarets and the latest manifestation of ths since 1901, to observe the provisions 'Who saved to the state two and one-
milk into buttermilk. These tablets, .!shl ilo ce f ln ,t e r m
mil nto obuttial ath tabl carping spirit has crept out in ill-a.i- of the grant to Florida, and the law half million acres of land, the rei-
ifstores. may be obtainable at nearby drug vised and ill-informed criticism of the vesting them with the swamp lands nant of this vast domain?
sto ay C. eobtid fom Pk(wt trustee,, of the internal lmprovoniemn, and the duty of training and reclaim- Great effort and service have been
branis & Co.. Detroit. Mich. o. iBoston i fud for 'Paving to theo former govern- ing them. thus saving the lands to the;'required in carrying on this contest
br ose nNw ok ostditoon. o"uwrs f250,0 arsofln
aChiaous indone ok. adot or adilonal comlensation for se'r- people of the state instead of convey- for upwards of 2.500,000 acres of land
Chicago. wono anu the i vices r-nd.o-ed iu the settlement of ing them to the railroadss" and $250,000 in cash during the past
large quantities for thure them ta the lanti t 'is of nch uInusuAl "(*Governor.' inquired the cores-seven years. Money has been paid
le tablets are marketed in bottle ane d exarIi:ry proliortion,.. Th. pondeni. upolrn whose stLggestion an', ifor attorneys fees and expenses. From
The tabotlets e containing twenty fives prsonnl ) the trlius'e-s i.' much toI piiniioln was :his change of policy ;i,- what source has it been derived? Not
and are sold a cents a bottle. hiesh t, Iusap.y t,, a moment the ar:- r.lguratel ;:ni: based t?' out of the pockets of the taxpayers of
and are sold at 51,,cents a bottle. l:high t' xni.silv tor ithe ontrusthes r-.',. lrirt~i tit
,o pte- a -;',"niion that thh trustees arke The o\,oxe r said that it otest y for-,toe t state. $22:3. th 1. proc ls,: .; I
milk. put the milk. which pa a should ,- na dli (icks a1d ,lrakls of the po)- !,ade him to rt)ply. theo sale of 103.4i00 acres o lh,.l in,,-, .
mfrk ik. au the milk. whicl.h rsh(uilhd i 4loin,. aJll though it is a pity ;o "(Governor." inquired the report *, reservation, the deed to uwhi(h was
fresi, into a Pitcher or oth r si tal knock lip; 'i-- os froul md. any as- *'your figures show that more lands actually in escrow and roadly to ibt
veselandi add about on"-thirl )- jle;ru iishdh1'iEOd daofcnrctdaa
qu ,ar i of w at; t on-hrepira :t *]I : ct" oflit'. t I ruth is nligl'I.had delivr deeded an contracted awy, 'Ielivered to a railroad company in
quart of water: the riche,- hi ll#-miti "
quat or water th ided th and ill prevail, even at the fag eni by thetirustees prior to 1901 than hai.ti19cl.- was. for the first time in the his-
t more water may bi. adie.d. Th.n of a chaotic political campaign, whe i actually even bee received by the storyy of the fund, placed in the banks
sprinklef in a little salt anti adld one '11 whe- i acual eve itel reevi 1) ....
the sprinklate in a littablets, crumblit and ld one i th ch'rfu I prevaricatror is putti.rL fund. to the *-xtenit of 700.,io acres, at interest, and the interest of this
the milk atone tablets, crumbling ithe inl th- finishing touchess to his tine work. \\When were the present lands of the fund in litigation has more than paid (
twe milk and shake veor stir th e milk With a a- Iw of getting in on th- internal improvement fund patent all attorney's fees.
well. cover the vessel with a piece ground floor ot this little matter of al- to the state by the federal government Therefore, $150.000 cash and two
of paper or cloth, and let it stand l ileged exiravagance called "graft,"' y and who procured tlhe patent?" million acres have been saved to the
a room whose temperature is from 7 6one that might be considered a judge I "The patent was procured in 190. fund. What is its value? At $5.00
The thickeninges until the milk thickens ot that anomalous article, a Jackson- to approximately 2,800,000 acres." per acre, it amounts to upwards of
Sthicketoing will be completed in ville correspondent of this paper mad "What disposition has been made $10,000,000. Was it not worth ie
from twelve to thirty-six hours, do' it his business to see ex-Governor .len.- of this 2,S00,0OO acres?" effort, service and cost incident there-
pe ding upon tbh tem1rature. Th,, nin. and pum to him squarely an 1 "'37S.oli acres from this patent were to, of the trustees and their employes? --
buttermilk should be kept iln an '"; fairly many questions, which he has deeded to the L. & N. R. R. Co. i; If so. should not credit be given to ing h
box until needed, and just before ':- answered in his usual calm, lucid and 1907. in the compromise recently re- those entitled to it, as a meritorious given
tng it should be thoroughly stirre. candid manner, and furnished full in- ferred to. in compliance with contracts reward for efficient public service?' ."
with a spoon-milk to whict i pr.-. formation on the subject, made for such deeds by the trustee;tA
e.rvative has been added will not Af' er sh.,wing to the ex-gove-rni1r in 1SSN. Anproximately 100,000 acres From the Pine Woods trouble
sour properly by this process. ..ome of the alleged facts and figures were deeded to the heirs of John A. ____ quick]
The product has the genuine butteir- regardingg the stale lands recently pI l, H ,nderson under a contract with him Hyomei's Aromatic Air is Guaranteed compi
milk appearance, taste and odor. an' ,i . ; .. ., e* ,. ^ ioc rmn i sGaate
milk appearance, taste and odor. ani forth bIy his critic-, ih- corres)ondieit; I for services in selecting lands for th to Cure Catarrh an,! is
because the cream is left in the milk inquir-i- trusteese, contracted by the trustees ____under
it is much. superior to ordinary butter! ",,, i x at acre.- of lan.! lon: prior l o i19)1. Approximately When using the Hyomei trealiment y if
milk in nutritive value. And i t is' wav, t' .,'-tn it, .d to Floridla mntid. 4<.', 't, a4.r0s have be -'n sold by th.' for the cure of catarrh. the airi- voi
more odesirablt e than orinar liu tt- '- a!i and ovrllowed laHiil i ii'.t'.-- ,) ( ot ( Brothers and Joseph breathe is like tt on itht. nOtais
milk for the importantit add ior.l r, a-,,.t '.'ni:s. ,l. -'ocis {f which are ByU
4on that putrefactive ba.latri: cro eii- ".\ ',,,.I a -..,, .... .i ,,,1 ins t he ;nagemen.t ow th,, high above the sea level. where th-,
tirely. or almost entirely. exce.leted l )li, ',^ vei nr. rlferrin t) l his i1 f.1(d, ;ilid '.,ryvilu Ol its drainage' p)ine woods fill the air with aromatic.
rrom the product. Putrefatiiv,. ipro- ta.,~sti.a! iata. -)e,;:o;,s. 2'., acres of said pa'- healing that gives health and st'T-nng! Ke
duels are always found in or,!inarv. *: '(. s,.* x itii :S .1adia ,,i lli. i,, i'..i,. ha o been 1,Pre iously I.:- to those suffering from diseases om does
butiorer iil on accour' 01 :h" slow ,' ", '-. ,- q, r I,, ', r ^ i. ; sini. r'.- p*s'-, of piUir to 19''i lth trus- the respiratory organs. The healing Also
souring of ihe cream. h,,. i"inni::; in th,. y.,ar 191":1" ? t Sour milk. under th- lame n ; i>',i'- "'Th.-r.' wa- ,leledel and appioved bv -"V hat aceI'.:. reniaixns .,.i tlhe fund mote air cells of the throat, nose and lnconl
termilk. matzoon. k-ltir. etc is strong. raiir,^.i (..,li-,pani ,.-. without n di'p:r at Ihe p!'.sen; Time0'." lungs, destroying all catarrhal gerns floors
lv recommended b. th,, medical pr., ,,r,.t h o ('loi e'rla lon TO the Si;;e. 1.s "!n roI'udi nhinhers. 2.E.'I|i acres :ind giving quick relief and cure Forsy
tossion as of -hist, nutritive value, antii :u iunti.i-m E) aid i thi'. constic'iion I in in Evervelades. and possibly 150.- Hyomei has performed almost mira-
easily digested. 1T Tmany personsm .ha ,aira-i .. ..o.".:;,, ac,'."s To cat- i. 2 < C1'cr.,s of 5-attered linds in (lifer- culous cures of catarrh, often restor- for it.
terniilk is munch mflore palatable thani d aini. t pompani,. "2.2-,2.S1.;:enl portio!l o" the state in small _______________________ _
while milk or skimmed milk. and acrn.- I 'ni'r the !)isston sale. 4.n,, areas."
ordinary glass of it contains as ,m. ," ,,,, Imi in payment of coupons o:. "What di.I the railroad companies
nourishment as a good-sized potato, r ilr<;. oimidt, :t;i ..;. ;; acres, ll! 'if demand in their suits?"
two ounces of bread of half pint ,": whic was. oI <.ourse. in payment o;. "That all of the lands of the fund,
oysters. Sour milk of one kind or an- jinutigenms obtained by railroad claim- ihose- im..ilr certificate, as well a.;
other is much nsed in hospitals o- ant^.. The number of acrs dteeded il those under what is styled 'open FIN E W fHO
convalescing invalids and inf.nts. ,u ordini:ry course of sales and ar- grants." he deeue,i by the trustees to
There is a noticeable absence of ,lia- pliei. :s will appear by the minutes, I the railroad companies under the land


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Wick Mle Flame 02l Cook-SoveI


rheal diseases among those who us-!
rhea diseases among thos. who amotuted to 2.20o,1:I, acres, making a grants: likewise all the moneys of the
these milks totall disposition of 17,656.9:;'2 acre., fund."
And Metchnikoff advocates th, u- i finally disposed of and lost to the "What did these claims and de-
of sour milk as the best means fo.' fund." mands or the railroads aggregate?" tOur store has always
prolonging life. holding the opinany 'Durin'g hose administration we,-, "More than 6,0011,000 acres of land f h
that old age and its often accompany- contracts entered to with railroa.I claims, and $250.00 cash that the stu s we anl ot
ing disturbances, sclerosis, or harden- companies, agreeing to convey lanls 'trustees hal in bank." sture
ing of the tissue.s, is largely due o when paints therefore should be i-- '"What have the railroads obtainedl cun r
the absorption of toxins from lbh" s ,the unie,! States?" fro,'ni the courts during the seven years
large intestines where they are pro- "Iv -i.nsw,,.r to that quesrtoni." :-'- of litigation?" PROV IT
duced by putrefactive bacteria. By th- j Iplil ov,-'rnor inningss, "I shall co:s- "They have pro(.ured, under a corn X'-
use of properly prepared sour mil irent piyslif with stating that no ce'- prom[i:, leased uupon a contract with
these bacteria would be replaced by titicates for lands have ben issued, former trustees,. that Judge Swayn-. | 1
harmless lactic acid bacteria inor contracts made promising to con- held to have been formerly adjudicat- Golden Beauty Ceylon I GI


The average composition ol or(;- ,oy lands I(, railroad companies 4ur-
nary buttermilk is shown by thc fol- I ny the present administration no:r
lowing analysis statement: the one preceding it."
Pr cent. How many acres were so contract-
Water... .. ... -... ... ....90.62 ed t)y former trustees that were out-
Caseim and other proteids.... --.. .7S standing at the beginning of the ad-
Fat ...... ......... ... ....... 1.2 ministration of 1901. and for which
Milk sugar.... 3...... ... .3 -- suits have since been instituted in
Lactic acid ... .. ... ... ...... 0.3'I the U'nited States courts?"
Ask ... ... .-.. ........ ...... 0.6-5 "717.942 acres."
Prepared buttermilk differs from "*'What is meant by legislative land
this (in the products obtainable by grants?"
chemical analysis) mainly in the "'Briefly, it may be understood as
amount of fat. containing from 2.50 t acts of the legislature, beginning with
5 per cent more than the percentage? 1S79. granting the residuary interest
of fat found in common buttermilk.- Of the state in the public lands thonuh


it in his cour-t. 37.0'0 acres in one
case. They procured a decree in
.udge Swayne's court for $251,000 in
money, which was the proceeds of
sales of land reserved by former trus-
tees for railroad companies."
"Was this money paid to the rail-
road company under this decree?"
"It was not. An appeal was taken
to the court of appeals, and before the
appeal was heard the settlements re-
ferred to were accomplished."
"Were any lands decreed by any
court to be conveyed by the trustees
during the seven years litigation, to
railroad claimants, as the six million


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health in ch-ronic cases that hai The Taylor county farmer in gora
up all hope of recovery. 'In for "hog, hominy" and other hoam
the first symptom of catarrhal supplies this year, if we get It'arighlLt.
Ce use Hyomei and see ho otton has for the first time been lde.
throned in his estimation and It wW
ly you get reliet ana cure. The be planted merely as a side Imne.
lete outfit costs but one dollar, Good.-Taylor County Herald.
Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore -------
Sa guarantee to refund the mon- BAD ATTACK OF DYSENTERY
it does not give satisfaction. CURED
"An honored citizen of this town wan
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Rustless Screens obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's Coll.a,
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confident of being cured, he having
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cured." says M. J. Leach, druggist, .f.
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Because it is better than the coal or wood stove.
Because it is the perfected oil stove.
For other reasons see stove at your dealer's,
or write our nearest agency.
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CUTY COUM WSION IR

-' t Tuw ,Ly May 6th. 1-s
'I1 (it County CoMmimlionera met
session oan thwo day. Pr..-
ON* ;oka L. Miwar, cliaa;
Mathews,8. & PItes, N. A.
j|I~gC. W. Turcrw.
^ lter of Iat meeting read and

i r. J. C. Jame made application
I, widow's exemption for Easter
fltey. aCMam-iio-e Fort was
tod a uomnlttee of one to ar-
the matter with the Tax Col-

Mr. Reddlag appeared before the
l*M and requested financial aid for
C IL t, W, an Old Confederate sol-
W; the matter was referred to Capt.
fP. for tInvestigation.
.miniioner Pyies thereupon read


Wednesday, May 6, 19M, 8:M a. m. Old Survey of Ocala, which petition
The Board met pursuant to ad- uas upon motion refused. Upon mo-
s< urnment with all members present. tion it was ordered that the Co-np-
except Mr. Jno. L. Edwards, who was troller be requested to allow the re-
excused c apt. SS.R. Pyles acting demption of above certificates upon
chairman by request of Mr. Edwards. ;the payment of the face value thereof
S. ... I:'nd omitted years taxes without in-
An opinion was filed by County At- terest
torney Hocker on the matter of tRill e s RTo tir1ir aM t


damage claim of L. J. Cassels filed at
the last meeting of the Board, and Mr.
cassels being present the said opin-
ion read, which was in substance that
thE County was not liable. On motion
SI Capt. Pyles, petition for damages
uas refused.
Bill of Frederick Disinfectant Co.
1o0 disinfectant shipped in October,
2.'07. was presented and upon motion
cf Capt. Pyles the same was laid over
urtil next meeting of the Board.
A representative of the McDowell
Crate & qLumber Company appeared


Registration, for extra compensation
foi services in keeping open-the reg-


ANNOUNCEMENTS

For Representative .
At the request or a number of citi-
zens, I have decided to make the race
for representative, and solicit your
support in the primary of May 19.
1908, and will greatly appreciate the
same. W. D. CARN.


istration books for registration in the ----
coming primary was presented and I respectfully submit my name to
upon motion the same was refused, the voters of Marion county as a can-
the Board holding that such services didate for the legislature, subject to
were embraced in the general duties the democratic primary of May 19. I
required of the Registration officer have no platform to make or pledges
and covered by the regluar salary to make, but submit my claim on a
f'xed by teh Board. citizenship of 25 years in Marion coun-
On motion it was ordered that Mr. ty. If elected I will perform my duty
Pasteur, County Treasurer, traniisfer to the best of my ability and for the
fi om Special Road fund $1675.00 and best interests of the county of Marion,
from the Fine and Forfeiture fund land state of Florida.


mcm-ea by CoL Miller as to the
_|t&inalilty of the Carney road
r Oe----r- Pyles moved that the
S 1dr road be granted from a point on
SWStummerfleld road by Belleview to
Cmiler, which motion was unani-
ma r adopted and the following
=@md fntlemen appointed a com-
e to lay out the best route for
SU red. viz: P. K. Nugent, Dr. Hen-
y and 0. M. Gale.
Commissioner Pyles also moved to
sp t a hard road from Candler to
1D Weir station, better known as
1W Park. This motion was als.)
r tetd and the following named gen-
in appointed as a commission to
OW out the best route for said road,
K Mess. BR. IU. Martin. J. S. Drig-
gm and Frank Lytle.
UPo= motion of Commissioner Pyles
It w ordered that the County crew
C hands be placed on Summerflel,1
-- to harden It to a point opposite
Oie limits of Belleview.
J. B. Caldwell appeared before the
rd and asked to be relieved from
K,. H. Barber's rifle bond as bonds-
-R which request was granted.
C&fk directed to notify Mr. Barber in
fer that new bond may be filed.
Uponms motion it was ordered that
M Clerk be directed to write the of-
*Ai of the 8. A. L. Railway to re-
r their crossing one and a half
-*es south of town.
A communication from Mrs. W. 3J.
C'penter to the Board was received
aI matter referred to Tax Assessor


ol said property and suggested that
ioad be run over old route. Upon mo-
tion f Mr. Fort the petition was held
laid over until the next meeting of
the Board.
On motion of Mr. Fort the matter
"-f appointment of game warden was
laid ove until the next meeting.
The petition for the changing of the
Juliette and Dunnellon road filed at
the last meeting of the Board was
called up and after discussion, upon
motion the same was again laid over
until the next meeting of the Board.
The bills of various district regis-
trbtion officers for keeping registra-
tion books for registration on the
coming primary were presented and
the same being approved by Super-
visor of Registration, were ordered
raid.
A communication was received from
Mr. A. E. Burnett, offering to care for
the Court House clock for one year
for $25.00. Upn motin the proposition
K as accepted.
A communication was received from
the Interlachen Gravel Company offer-
i ng to supply County with material
for roads, and Clerk was instructed to
acknowledge receipt of the letter and
to state that the Board considered the
material too expensive.
I It was brought to the attention of
the Board that the prisoners leased
to S. A. Rawls & Company and sub-
let to E. P. Rentz Lumber Company,
E4 the camp near Silver Springs, are
nat being properly cared for, there-
fore be it resolved that the Board ap-


Licenses ....... .......... .o9 .o
Poll tax, regular ............ 94 00
Extra ... ............ ....$170 00
Total ... ... ... ... ... ...S.273 00
The County Treasurer filed his re-
port, showing receipts, including bal-
ances, as follows:
School Fund
RIteceipts, Inc. balance ......$13063 14
disbursements ...... ...... 9978 22
Balance on hand ... .....$ 3084 92
Road Fund
TUeceipts, Inc. balance .......$5894 45
Disbursements ... .........5490 28
Balance on hand ......... $ 404 17
County Proper Fund
Receipts, Inc. balance ......$4370 46
Disbursements ............ 3499 67
Balance on hand .........$ 870 79
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Receipts, Inc. balance .......$3318 55
TDisbursements ......... .. 835 91
Balance on hand .........$2482 64
Building Fund
Receipts, inc. balance ....... $5891 14
Disbursements ... ......... 3342 52
Balance on hand...... ...$2548 62
Special Road Fund
Receipts, Inc. balance ......$1675 15
Disbursements ...........
Balance on hand ...........$1675 15
Total Rpts. with bals. .....$34212 89
Disbursements .......... 23146 60
Balance on hand ......... $11066 29
The Board thereupon adjourned un-
til Monday, May the 11th, 1908.
S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.


MRS.


GUINNESS ONE
%Il#l i UhO


OF THE


"IKA6U5DI. 01 jA RL aUU ~IMRt.
J. L. SMOAK.

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

For Clerk Circuit Court
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County, Florida:
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for re-election to the office of
clerk of the circuit court of Marion
county, Florida, to be voted for at
the primaries of May 19, 1908. Should
you continue me in the office it will be
my aim to discharge the duties ot the
same as the law directs, as I have en-
deavored to do in the past.
S. T. SISTRUNK.

For Superintendent of Pubilc Instruc-
tion
To the Voters of Marion County:
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of superintendent of public
instruction in the coming democratic
primary, and respectfully solicit your
support. I have been engaged in
school work of this county for the
greater part of the past seven years,
and have carefully studied the condi-
tion and needs of our present school
system. RICHARD W. ERVIN.

I hereby announce my candidacy
for the above named office. I shall


ANNOUHCEMENTS NHOUNCMENTS

To the Democratic Voters of Marion To the Democratc Voters Of o
County: c dnsioner's district No. 6, Marion Co.:
Having confidence in the purity of announce myself a candidate for
life, and rectitude of character of Hon. commissioner from this district, and
H. W. Long of Martel. Fla.. and being commssioeriate your support in the
satisfied that he is eminently qualifiel will appreciate your support in the
to perform the duties of county judge coming primary elction.Y
of Marion county, and if elected to W.J. CROSBY.
that office he would in a painstaking Clt. Fla.. March 12 1908.
manner faithfully and impartially give -
his undivided time in the administra- tt m reord in the -
tion of his duties, we. the undersigned, Believing tht my record I the ad
take pleasure in nominating him as a ministration of the duties of the COU-
candidate for that office, subject to ty commissioner's office has met with
the action of the ensuingg democratic the approval and will receive the In-
primaries of Marion county: dorsement of the electors of Marlon
Signed-w. R. 0. Veal, M. D.. John county, I therefore announce that my
T. Lewis. A. I.. Eichelberger. John M. name will appear on the ticket Used
Martin. P. H. Nrris. w,. M. Rio-hard- primary to be held Ma 1.
srnA. LM. I. Payne. Jno. H. Brooks. M. in the primary to be forheld May 19second
T. WV. Christian. t FV. Blitch. It. \. 1908. as a candidate for a second
K.,ls,\. (C'. Pr,.s:. term. In the event of my nomination
and election I promise a faithful dis-
For Tax Assessor charge of all duties attending said of-
Thanking the people of Marion fice. Respectfully, MW
county for past favors, and hoping M. MATHEWS
tLat I have merited your further sup-
port, I respectfully announce myself I aim a candidate for county c
a candidate for re-election to the as- mi.sion*r from district No. 5. subj .
sessor's office. to th.' decision of the democratic voa
ALFRED AYER. !ers in the primary of May 19. 1908.
Your votes art-' iarnestly solicited, and
I am a candidate for the office of if I am r l-ctd i pro;iSe to perform
tax assessor of Marion county, subject the dutiU- of the of.'. faithfully.
to the primary of May 19, 1908. I have MAS
had two years' experience in the ae-'V-
sessor's office, one year in this coin- To the Democratic Voters of Corn-
ty with the present assessor. The ex- missioner's District No. 1:
perience I have had in the office and I hereby announce my candidacy
the training I have received as a book- for member of the board of county
keeper for years qualifies me for the: commissioners to represent the flrist
duties of the office and will insured commissioner's district, object to
you a neat and accurate set of books, the action of the democratic primrwy
I ask your vote, and if elected wil! election to be held on May 19. if
give my ENTIRE TIME to the work elected I will give the office mycloe
of the office. Your property will re- attention and work to the best Inter-
:eive my personal attention. ests of Marion county. H
JAMES P. PHILLIPS. C. CARMICHAEL.
(Better known as "Ed.")


Srepor t e floor Farm, whicn before the Board with reference toi $S25.00 to the building fund. in ordor C. L. BITTINGER.
S is a follows: complaint made by :t.. Luffman, in to take un outstanding warrant of! .-__
# Farm Report for Month of April, regard to a certain road in the Oak the building fund. in the Sum of; I am a candidate for tb legislature
e t H. Section, at last meeting, and it ap- $4500.00. subject to the rules governing the
TOAeRn. Board County Commis- paring to the Board that Mr. Me- Ipon motion the bill of the Monroe primaries. Platform-Less expenses;
botet : i t f Dowell was at present out of the & (Chambliss Bank, in the sum of equal and lower taxation: as we do
I Se to submit the following as my State, an dthe request being made $101.31 for interest on County War- not t lt o a
08port of the County- Poor Farm for that the matter be postponed until his iants was ordered paid. need the literate non-tax paying
* Month of April: return, on motion said request was Upon motion it wa ordered thai citizen in our election business, let's
The inmates are twelve in all. four granted and the matter laid over. Comptroller be recommended to au- cut him out. L.. S. fIGHT.
4 Whltes and eight of colored, and The report of Road Overseer D. M tiorize the redemption of. by the ____
fr health seems to be good except Lucius was read and is as follows: wner, the tax certificates outstanding
ft of the old lady, Mrs. Johnson. Ocala, Fla.. May 2. 1908. against the n(-4 of the nw,4, section To the Demcratic voters of Marion
Whte, and old man Tom. colored, who Mr. J. L. Edwards. Commissioner in 36. township 14, range 21. upon th Co u 'ty:
Mr. L Fdwads. ommssinerin . " P g PI wish to announce my candlidacy
t very feeble, the result of old age. Charge of Hard Road Work in Dis- i,ayment of the face value thereof for member of the house of repre-
Oe more accesson to the family trict No. 1, Marion County, Fla. and omitted years taxes without in- sentatives at the coming primaries
MC Dpt. Priest is that of a fine girl Dear Sir:--I beg to submit the fol- tcrest. If elected I shall do my whole duty
by., born on the 14th of April. lowing as a report of my work, for On motion it was ordered that the toward my constituency, regard wholess of
There having been no rain of any the month of April, 1908: I was on Governor be recommended to appoint towadmycontte y regardless of
e esquence since February, the crops the Ocala and Kendrick hard road I'. A. Snow as Mark and Brand In- personal matters.
eTe mering. Oat crop is now being till the 15th of April then I moved spector of District No. 23, Pedro. WM. GRIFFITH,
bwreted and giving fairly good re- camp and located same on the Blitch- Upon motion Capt. Pyles was ap- Dunnellon, Fla.
a% Corn and ponders and other ton hard road about four miles out. pointed a committee to visit and in- I herewith submit my name to the
- very promaina under the cir. I tore up and rebuilt something over vestigate the condition of the County consideration of the voters of Marion
_utanoes. I recommend that some one-third of a mile of road and have Jail and report the result of inspec- county for representative in the Flor-
d*Hmil buildings be erected on the patched the road from the 6-mile post tion to the Board. Committee re- ida legislature. If elected, I shall de-
V1 and that the Board refuse to back to town; am no wscraping said turned after such investigation and fend the principles Ihavealwaysrep-
iU*M te to paupers outside the road with the large road grader. Mr. reported that he found the sanitary resentedthe interest oI the a yodu-
except in the very Fort has been on this end of the Ocala condition of the Jail good, in so far resentedthe interest of the produc-
er and home-builder--the genuine cit-
am m Pte be Called before the and Kendrick hard road since April at the infection of vermin is con- izenship. Will appreciate the honor
Sar to make a statement as to the 7th with 5 to 7 diritng same. I am cerned. to the highest degree of appreciation
Otute condition and suffering of row about ready to move camp to Notary Public bond of C. L. Ander- and be true, even at the cost of re-
two e anilif, towit: Sims and some other road as I am nearly son. with R. L. Anderson and H. H. maining poor. W. L. MARTIN.
ur., who now live near Kendrick. through scraping the Blitchton road. Hampton sureties, was approved: prrFa
ee fiMncial report hereto attached. My expenses for the month run as also Notary bond of Samuel H. Walk- Spa, F
Respectfully submitted, follows: (r, with L. T. Hickman and John B. Better known to many as "Peter
S. R-.Pyle, Corn. in Charge Free labor ... ... ... ... ...$11 80 Walker sureties, was approved. Also, Stanley."
#JgpMt o Per Farm for April, ISM Amount for feed of convicts 148 40 Notary bond of W. T. Gary. with Z. C. 1
oraitemde.t..............35 0#) Overseer and three guards .. 227 00 Chambliss and T. T. Munroe sureties,. For Sheriff
hep...... .. .Feed for mules (Teapot) .... 108 99 was approved. To the Democratic Voters of Marion
a an irnin Marion Hardware Store 54 The following bonds for licenses to County, Florida:
S.Seed Store ..................46 00 carry fire arms w-e approved and It- I hereby announce that I will be a
eSS5m .c.r.*c ... ... ... ...-----$205 go y.......4 60 tnses ordered drawn: candidate for the office of sheriff of
s Pat eur.......... H. B. Masters.. .. . .. 1 3- R. M. Smith, E. L. Martin, G. W. Marion county in the coming demo-
S a ster ............ 4 0 Ocala Iron Works, putting new Brant, Henry H. Past. J. C. Nettles, cratic primary of 1908.
Co C... D e-- .. 0 4 posts to traction engine ... 62 74 J. W Fort, Felix K. Schneider, S. E. I respectfully solicit the support of
JJ Cth .. .. .... 4 Total expense for April ....$765 50 -mith the people of Marion county, and if
L WC m Works.... .... ... 2 0 Cash on hand ... ... ... ...$ 65 05 The following pension claims were elected to this office I pledge an hon-
S 1 on medicine " 0 so Think addition of $100.00 will be Vr.proved: est and impartial administration of
i cne sufficient to meet May's expenses. Thomas McLain, Andrew J. Harrell, the duties of said office.
Sn- t Respectfully Henry C. Gerald. Respectfully,
................-------$153 11 Respctflly
L461 a of 'the above wa' furnished to W. M Lclus. Overseer H. R The following Justices of the Peace JOHN P. GALLOWAY.
W On fta lUy and one of the Horn Upon motion arrant was ordered reported fines and costs imposed, I respectfully announce myself a
brot ers 4" and ws buried by erawn for $100.00 payable to Mr. Lu- follows.: I respectfully announce myself a
rsded and was burled by cius for his May pay roll Josep Bell, County Judge, fines candidate for the office of sheriff of
et. Priest. option of Capt Pyles the 200.00, costs. 2.68. Marion county, and point to my rec-
Uri. Holmes appeared before the Upon motion of Capt. Pyles the. t,6s od of more than twenty years' re-
Mandm protested against the St. Clerk was instructed to communicate E. S. Smith, fines $625.00; cost of more than twenty years' res-
S-a n J te.,with the pueS.roper parties and request $6.20. dence among you as my justification
ons rhar Jutte rt. e I them to havethe Ocala and Stokes J w Bishop, fines $311.00, costs in asking for this office at your hands.
"9 t o erou nb r prtherty. The mla Ferry road openedup through Mr. 2.28. If elected I promise a faithful perfor-
- -IM o n onxt regular Chambliss's pasture. The following Justices of the Peace mance of the duties of the office, with
U-mftg or te Board. A petition signed by a number of reported no business: no friends to reward nor enemies to
t it lalked up and said petition hay- citizens was filed protesting against C. R. Veal, R. C. Douglass, Alexan- punish. CHA Y MILLER
fcale pa u Mpated to the B.iorn at the proposed route for the Ocala and der Wynne, W. W. Jackson, T. L.
r lastmpetin t and lait over to kes Ferry road, the one known as Johnson. Q. M. Mc.,arran, J. L. Tur- I hereby announce myself a candi-
..... .. ... okes Frr-- rad theone kndates foruthe o..fice, ofIsheriff,..of-Marion.
041dpol My. 'tme prnesnted seve- the J. D. Robertson road, between big ripseed.. date for the offie of sheriff of Marion
a tm.I -M. a peshat --e s "prairie and Withlacoochee river in The Tax Collector filed his report orf county, Florida, subject to the coming
20 Vdn sinthtthe Cre
bemde a bard road from Ocala that it passes through property of the -censes and poll taxes collected, asdemocratic primary,, and promise, if
SWeir. Aser elected an honest and impartial ad-
f lAke Weir. After considerable signers of said petition to theodamage ios:mo ,..atinrnt .IlAmfd


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I hereby announce myself a canlil-
datefor the office of county commis-
sioner for district No. 5. In so) doing
I realize that the announcement ,'
somewhat late: yet I am inclined I,.
believe, through the persistent and
co. sistent persuasion of numerous
tax payers in said district that my
candidacy will be well and favorably
received, hence this announcement.
Economy with progress is my motto.
Taxpayers' wants will be duly con-
sidered while their needs will be
promptly attended to. Being a farm-
er experience has taught the neceo-
sity of good roads, and the same tutor
has taught me how to make the roads
good, and as to the general welfa.
of the citizens of this county in mat-
ters on which the board of county
commissioners would be called upon
to take cognizance you will find !'
me the needed action rather than the
easy promise. My time and attention
will be given to every part of the dis-
trict, and not to nursing and cherish-
ing one portion to the detriment of
the other
Submitting the foregoing to the kind
consideration of the voters of the dis-
trict, I am.
Very respectfully yours.
,WILLIAM J. YONGITE.

For Supervisor of Registration
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County:
I hereby announce myself as a can-
aidate for the office of supervisor of
registration, subject to the democrat-
ic primary of May 19. If elected I
will perform the duty to the best 3f
my ability as prescribed by law.
A. FRANK.
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the office of supervisor of reg-
istration for Marion county, subject
to the action of the democratic pri-
mary of May 19th.
Respectfully.
JOHN F WILLIAMSo)N.

For Supervisor of Registratien
To the Democratic Voters of Marionkm
County:
I have been urged by many friends
to become a candidate for supervisor
of registration, and have decided to
enter the race.
My record is well known. My o-
clal acts while sheriff of the county
and my character as a citizen and
a democrat are probably known to
most of you.
I wish to emphasize the fact that if
you elect me to the office, the bass-
ness will be attended to by myself. in
person. Furthermore, nothing shall
, be done in the office to favor any par-
ticular individual, party or faction.
but all shall receive absolutely just
and impartial treatment.
While the salary of this office
very small, yet, under the law the su-
pervisor has great power, and it is of
the utmost importance to every cti-
zen that this power shall be admiar-
istered with Justice and with care for
the rights of all.
The people of this county have beo
kind to me in times past, and this I
greatly appreciate, It elected I will
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uor member Scnool Board
I take this method of announcing
my candidacy for re-nomination as a
member of the school board for the
second school district. I have triod
to give a faithful performance to the
duties of this office, and if my neigh-
bors and friends think I have succeed-
ed I will appreciate their votes for
re-nomination. B. R. BLITCH.

I announce myself a candidate for
re-election to the office of school com-
missioner for the 3rd district, sub-
ject to the democratic primary to be
held May 19, 1908. I feel very grate-
ful for the support given me in the
past, and if my official work meets
your approval I will appreciate your
vote and influence in the coming pri-
mary. JOHN S. GRANTHAM.

For Tax Collector
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County:
I announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of state
and county tax collector, abiding the
action of the democratic primary of
May 19, next. If elected I promise to
give my best services in a courteous
manner (as I have in the past) to the
business administration of the affairs
of the office.
E. L. CARNEY.

To the Democratic Voters of School
Commissioner's District No. 2:
In compliance with the wishes and
requests of my friends, I respectfully
submit my name to the democratic
voters of Marion county, as a candi-
date for the office of tax collector, be-
lieving that years of training in the
same line of business has qualified
me to fill this office acceptably to all
parties. W. D. GRAHAM.

For County Surveyor
I hereby make my announcement as
a candidate for the office of county
surveyor of Marion county, subject to
the democratic primaries to be held
May 19, 1908. Trusting that my past
service has been such as to meet your
approval, and soliciting your support,
I am. Yours respectfully,
W. A. MOORHEAD.

For County Comm Issloner
I hereby announce that I will be
a candidate for the office of commis-
sioner for the first commissioner's
district of Marion county, and if elect-
ed I promise to perform my duties to
the best of my ability.
GEORGE MACKAY.

I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for county commissioner for the
2nd district, and respectfully solicit
the support of the democratic voters
at the coming primary.
L D. BECK.

To Marion County Democrats:
I wish to announce my self as a can-
didate for the position of county com-
missioner for the second district.
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c~O n--A--- N DAUGHERTY LETTER FROM MR. JOHN BEARD THE OCALA BANNER AND MR. WAS IN THE SERVICE OF THE DENOUNCES EDITORS
HITS SACK BRYAN CONFEDERACY,
,_ Pensacola, Fla., May 11, 1908. Senator Davis of Arkanas Includs
Port Orange, Fia., May 9, 1901S. To the Editor Ocala Banner: Some months prior to the asenl- To the Confederate Veterans of Flo- Newspapers in His Philippic
Ida:
Hon. N. B. Broward. Jacksonville, About a week ago my attention was bling of the national democratic con- Ida:
Comrades: As the commander of Senator Jeff Davis of Arkansas in-
Florida: directed to a letter from Hon. W. H. vention at Caluicago in 1896, this pa- the naval survivors of the Confeder- clouded
e naval survivors of the Confeder-in thephilippic he
Dear Sir-The reason for this letter i Milton, addressed to several of the per advocated the nomination oX Hon. ate states, I take great pleasure in vered against trusts in the Senate
is tat M n page elghteem and nineteen state j.apers, in which letter Mr. Mil- W. J. Bryan for president. saying a good word for my old ship-
of a pamphlet beaded "Annource- ton. alter misquoting what I had stat- Why? mate, Tom Appleyard, who I under. last week. He read most of the time
W '" which you said you had writ.-!ed in speeches in different sections of Because it thought that Mr. Bryan, stand is a candidate for state comp- from typewritten copy, which, he sai,
tfu, and which has been scattered the state in reference to his appoint- more than any other member of the troller. he had pr e l advance that no
over the state, Is to be fond the fo- ment to the United States senate by democratic party stood for the embed- In 1864 I was one of the lieutenant intemperate language might escape
lowing: Governor Broward. iment of the "free silver" propaganda, on board the Confederate steamship his lips. one newspaper report said
"Hon. W. B. Lamar, one of our press It had intended answering this let- which was then the paramount issuePatrck ery and Tom Applayard he frequently stumbled over unfamil-
ent members of congress, who is now % r before, but my time has been s" before the country. was powder boy at my gun. Although ar words. Referring to editors who,
a candidate for United States sn.- ifullv occupied with more important It did not advocate Mr. Bryan's but a mere lad, and although his shape charged, defend the trusts, he said
tor, and who has for more than twea: rat .'rs that I could not sooner do so. nomination because of its personal was against him-he being almost as let scavengers of plutocracy howl!
ty years occupied public office, an-i II a speech in Marianna on tha love and loyalty for him, for except broad as he was long, one o Trh-Gos living truth-where ar
who has for a number of years be i i-a .. o .May 4. stated that I was for hNs record in congress he was un- the most active lads on the ship, anlits defenders? Miserable travesties
considered to be a man whose symlllja-! glad to see S.-nalr Milton in the ali- known to the editor of this paper. in the campaign of 1864 on James riv- uP^ noble manhood, postgraduates
this were with the masses, now h-vi.;!diiee' s what I had' slated in ref- Mri. Bryan's marvelous campaign of er he rendered valuable service.l in al sorts of slander or defamation,
supporting him Hon., Chas ahert -11 his aippininient to the Unii- that year and the enthusiasm that he was transferred to Fort Fishr lor a i challengee the subsidized press. The
supporting him Hon. Chas. Da~lghert.y.
Mr. E. J. Triay, Mr. Spott~wo. M.j ,,d st:al s senate, in speeches that 1 aroused was conclusive proof that the few months, but on my return to the ple know vo i s and spur
jor Healev and all the other personshad made in other parts of the state, editor of this paper had made no mis- James river squadronn. I met hinmi Yvo^ lrettnses, whether under show
who tusu:l.v do very aetlv,. work to..1I wmill then repeat, ani1 would co01- take in snggestiig Mr. Bryan for th, again, still serving as powder )oy on of argument or more servant hyp-
timw hip.eear uies. lio.endlofnable 1impis hfip1)
the Eat Coast Railroad in piliti.ii to repeat until the nd of th nomination. his hi cries. o. damnable imps of pe
etc." c .anpaiLn. I tl'.renpon criticized (Gov- In 190o "imperialism" was the over- Together we saw Richmond fall; n greed. I defy your taunts! Tear
Exc pt in so far as the fact t, 1 .I I'nm,- lroward for th,, appointment shadowing issue, and this paper again together, in failing to find Lee. w. to fragments my political career if K
o f M r .M i l it m n i l , .w .'in , l i# I an.-e t o D n i l e h reue r ina ( oi-t i h-o u x c a b e w l
am supporting Mr ainiar s ot .ri orr M iton in th n la urged the nomination of Mr. Bryan ent to Danville, where. learning 01 rt wh you execrable will
<, that statement as applying to i' i in it' i,. s tini niannor that I h-j0 Ibecause it again believed that he, lee's surrender, our command, under: Stifle an distort niy every utterance
'in nix-at stRaphael Sentesnewas or-sotliltiAdmiranifasuchbemyourbrstal
Is false in to*o. When a man is ar my .,'ch in 1th', r be it:rs of ilh i more than anyone else, was the em- Admiral Raphael Semmes, was or- t satisi, it such e our brutal
candidate for lwhlic (ffi(e a publ;!: ,-ia. .'r. Milti(I, ilin il-" I:l 1-"i li' bodiment of that issue. deredl to join J. E. Johnston's army. -enzy. lash my poor form into insen-
~~~Just as this was done the surrender stSly
statement concerning him -hould ci- ,,llt. h111 aln tlpPorPniliIy to) rei1ly. l Mr. Bryan made as splendid a pr- Jst as this ws done the surrender l.
lain nothing but the tirith. A :tt,- t ild no, avail hinis.lf of it. station of that issue as anyone in came at Greensboro, N. ('., on April "Thin if t be your further pleasure,
ment made by a candidate in th( in i 'I. Mi!ion. in his letter, tie% A 2 6h nation could have done, but the .6 1S65. He returned to Rich.noild gnaw from my stiffening bones every
terest of his candidacy and affectiii ,, t1i('t t thi t1w is onnl'et',l with It) tide of battle went against him. andl I went to my Alabama home. vestige of quiveing flesh. Howl in
any other person. 1any way. A r ,,rt a, has far ra ,. Bryan, as well as the democrat Again we were thrown together l welce lstialit through y own
SadsrelOn(.H )i''la inn~o(cent 1)1ood as it drnips from your
contain nothing but th.- truth. 1, i'orlor:tt. intt-rsts ihan I had> sil- ie party, has abandoned those is- ls. and served on C. H. Jones' pa- you
this case you have not ob-.r%,t.d Ilih I -1 l)-l, r adin( his l.,tttr rsu(s. They belong as much to the per,. the Florida Daily Tinies-h,, indish visage. Drag then if you
irule. Having made he st:ieme r i ol wv rep-als this ltter ried ast as squatter so sulerintenllent and I as city elito walt. what remains into the filt o
rule. Having mia~i ltthe st-ileneir;, 41--,ad anid buried past as "squatter soy.
and the truth of it having b 1 n d ni. '" ;'tllitic in a II,%l- men h .eignt and "slaver. and this continuedVo until Mr. J)nll.- |' "il'" foual 1enMs and burn it upon the
., ,. ^I-i IT-P-Ia Tin-~ --iinuie'i- ien ii .l ^ regty 1, 1n ''slavery.ef Fnril altar of IHaal or scatter it before the
should now prodiCce (' >0 in. -oMiriir. -head,1. r. Bryan would be laughed at if let Florida.
you should now iprodluce ho proof o. I. '-0My a s c ti n w h To i A p -
its truthfulness or admii its falsitv. 1 "''IiteI Sta. < s,:,,.r Milton andlhl i shonl now undertake to galvanize My association with Toni A\)!I -, ri"'lly winls of heaven to your bet-
challenge you to produce h(' v h iw', liheriff l.v-w;. 1t' o iine, I oliticl '' i,l issues into new life and forc- yar has iimpl)ressed ine with the t'at r arrin crows of te field
that if there be14), allitann his c, It
that I "usually did ver actiV V A r I"heii to the front as th paraamolnt that if their, e one trait in his c.1r- Al hat h1y Iay do. all and mor, if
frthet !F'uulorida Est-oast Raci\- vlnpaiqusinfo -teetintea
for the Florida East roast Railrei '*f (. ";rs I lia ,'' i,,,thinii to 44) i w in questions for settlement in the cain- cter stronger than anotherr it is ii. h; t 'r yt lhe open further depths of in-
politics. an.! all nt it 'r .' illn ibis iu ain of unflinching devotion to dity, ee i. llii to a J)olluted, besotten press.
in politiehs."sI;' !,rsaignaofn orI
There are other statem nts in ,Ir.t '-,:iin)l fl 1iT'r 'Vin to i s rf1''!l(', Signce I sa(; and l9, now question.hI,. l-'eslc( of (langer, ail my Op)or- ihs reay serans of greed
pamphlet which if not so wholly fls .' t(. have arisen and have forced theni- tlilios To' joidlii- nhi have t hae he not one or teipt-
aral a mi s l i n l s itistlie',thiioln .his i t interit i nm le ',l t, fasten still m ore securely aui
are equally as m isleading as lihe (in ; ln PV selves to hlhe front. bpit c
ciled. As they refer almost eoliti.'\B ,r o;It hyv g'('eof 1'rir()r fl'.)w- What are those questions? when Tio.t boys were at 5(110l4di :t !! 'acy ill on- U? It seiiS to b
to public matters, tey ev .ill be coulisi,! ;l' a .o .id. thast "'Mar. H-". nd is too Iprincipally the trusts and rate regi:. Tomni wa serving th (onfel,,';icv 'i .i',('ia( l tuinti.,i not 4 simply to
ered as the campai !n iroiresses., ilii \+'11 l Vlif. tor all.o ( t k his t oi In fact he was too yoling to he tak,.n i l't' i i 'rtith, 1)11 to threat.,i a -l,
I will give the reasons for miy S -*: '-:6Hi.(- (v rioulM. v. r. Bryan has gone up and down, Oin loard! ship in any other caaci, i"rrtize publicc men. Daie a Senator
port of Mr. Lamar as a st yoi. l Niitr M r. MIillton nori anylionV(o t'ls.' country )roclaiming that so fa" l11,'t ihat of plowd'lr boy. ii*n hin l.elt with tli lIfOll? What?
port oftqMr.eoLamar asoclaimingthat so fa-
thall also endeavor to _iv-, thisi enl.: ,\eili ; \i sjli* l io: ni y ahility an i ; ht settlement of these q estiois Asl his frieiid al ti t lornl r ship:in.t,. ., i.i ii, illui.riois servants of thli
'' n1 i rnuil. t'fO,)I)1( c hat e 'if ti hoil,'.t voices hier
rue eding l.t'ter s as pmic(h lPnibi,.i< c ieitn .t hel pth t)osithion 1to which I a .s (' ,ernl the country that he a e ht they arte :, r l e h l o ?. e'
as (ouh liave given our panpllet., s:r o -. -os ',rts to) ,h1i stereotylw ,;,I the hands of Mr. Roos-y,'!' i 0. \\0." (ii, i.V! h,,h-'r a ainst the ,iiiarch of
Reifuli lohp ei-, (, ; who, ar la 'l.-1 d hi win o f the republican part.. , F' l'ai 1 1. l -, y tv a i l oliic v
C H A S Da.\sI' I 1 1-'R T Y ; L T i.1 ; 'i,' 1 ol cap acity ani dl vigo r. th .,y w ol ld h ,) in ii h an ds of >t'I<, -i- ..'\ l r [. w h i i iy
S B:. s. .* thiis lacking P. hi; inks. .'., S
P ort O ran."r.-. F la.. Mii ;* 1 9 s. ( > n ) t'>5. th e1 j ,)loke 01 t1 ,leca. *l,. i i i,, alm ost a foregone conclu sion T IT L E D A D VV E N T U R E R S ,.'' l,,t. -r 1 i )U -. .
Ilon. Jno. N '. S 'oekio .l ('k Ot)l 1i! 1 | '1 ';l 9, h : ,sinat (Cf tih '1niit .l tlat M r. Taft rno.t. .. i.Tafta( President R oosevelt i .s "lni pl-. i i i n' a
rid t. s iliil Tlh ,'oli) of Plorid ,i is hoie, and n on hon h .In M lss Sutherland of Gainesville Fo as I ;oii. it niy pl,,!itiical career I
Florida: i ~int ^ tiel I. 1)001,14' 01 lorida, is choice, and iipon1 whom his imanti l' ;e rmErp yFru i.e ~' 'itSi ~tI i-i ~i't.
Dear Sir-You are ;: canelieat 1>' 1i", i'* t:,-.(', ). .I i i. XV. H. Milton as \\ill fall) wil b. e the nominee of the Huntrsb F :r; I h;t1h hi'i 1t th-ir dl)htf'd
.fr lh whl l,~q! of tis s~. *t n.,>-i,.-r of thit fore' t he white p} pile ot I li s st~a' 1i- 'i i. l>1t g r tt i,.>. \"~ \\ ,;c'li hais li(-tn graeic ,l hv snlc!\ T Ui* Vainly striving to ( t b yiitll, ih" o. an' lil he e o l a
wlt ae hnrals fo the 'ii wnil:h-s )ti acl by sc Now. if Mr. Bryan is made the dens- t - I l h t
. reach of titled ortu e hunter.s, wh,),-'ia- ney voe in ehialf (.f organized
tion as their candidate for Ie hi2h s at ..-iaa", as \Veh\tte', Clay, Calhoun, ocratic nominee what sort of a figui,. reach oftloed for aer hun ers, wh L i, loi ind il fe -oianivo
. ,-..,- ,,,,- . , li,\is ; Iii l ill (enaiior Milton, who will hi, ,t i have followed her across land, tn I tii il ot' ad lie eo-anr"- or


folnI%.e L KO% S v *t *V V* I ; 4I 11 4511 SA' -i I I UV Ultl'V TT *l*1 1-- 11IW t- "I.'- .
,claim to the possessio- of a g,-,i :' a im *:n0r4 of the Florida legisla- pin lause of the Roosevelt policies being
quality and asks people o !.-li-ve Ih it r,. c:r ely.v alt .in,- he is what he pretend, to b.. as h I:t.litIg ot .Vr;I,' mediocrity! if these policies are safe in th,
p.leads his cause, l.is ,n.4-. stcv. IC I l slty-- th:'lI t,~ .--iders his aw- keeping of Mr. Roosevelt they will be
comes the es:ence of his plea. Yev l,,;1imll-ist al aln hlioi )t)o himself ani just as safe in the keeping of M:.
seem to realize t o;. e youi f -quentl 'a ,,ijP)liit'flt ,t. sIe i Hi V' h( 'i Taft.
ly use the words "co'tsisten1" an,! hI1ivt.. So where is Mr. Bryan going to
"consistency." in what yoi cvl your: \s 1 t' hoor 0 slto' Milc draw his strength from? He has alieii-
'platformni If 1a ual. actions arn, 1tr' (1t;j i, o l Jibt tloult. lh', ated the Parker and Cleveland wing
and have been in a-cor lance v.ih hi. thh 0,!o th(' 'hi il'", ,t 1011 .ectiei of i, party. He has alienated Mr.
spech and jilea he is s.Jll to he Con in whi(. iI le ,. I Ihiinlk t"i`l it l Watson and the lpopulists. He has
sistent, and i- 'ed and co.,imi ni;l- -I vqL e wtrt wt' t akei his s alienated Mr. Hearst. Why should
td accordinglI. If hi acts :.r.-, rllin ,:r adl intenriln m entnor w l th, disaffected republicans flock to
11,1- a'c(ior inglle.aII'll-geacts :.r.,, ,,
have been. ti variance v ith his w .r A tlili llit Ilel :t larg< l1.it ,i*y ,hi'? \Vhy should they jump out of
he is looked imon -s a hypocr .. it ii. lh)\v ciliz 0'" ha sec- tle frying pan into the tlire?
peclally i.., ih : in i )litics.. .i iII ii liffr with lIlIw adl ii,trhiln seii atW" \Vith these facts staring the country
is well tl 't it should so, t lor thi- '.s to) 1 i' tll!,olll ei"it. inll the face, if any democrat proposes
reason: Mlen. "self-mad men atil I jidt, ihis b" tih,' tact that whlin some other name for the democratic
"self-nmad candidates "or offie'n le wns a ct'ndii d, lot" lh1 noiinf- nomination he is at once denounced
forward claims which are neilth-r ha, ioll for g)ovi'tltil" in 1,"i. tl'e, wn as a traitor, not to the democratic
ed upon consistency nor found, d upoiin :1 i nIi' lg or in.-ist-in e upon th party, but to Mr. Bryan, who is put
facts. The claim has been l and is iiw.o pai ot t li> 41of*' )t Flori aIOove the party.
ting put forward by oai and ly ,t !t- that Il (')i .litiet too ,'iiftr\l'l- \\'hell a certain number of denio-
ers in the interest of v ur cai:,lila'y (1 1th-irs" sc ionl. rats proposed the name of Governor
that you have always Ibeen d1.i iK i -'-:ii' u lro;war.,, whom he is no\w ohliris of Minnesota for the nomnina-
crat. A democrat has been weil de'in- .Iso ehsiasically suioritig for i.I i on, tle movement was denounced
ed to be "a man who acquiesces il l ni!lt1 'States os.,i 'iat'. :iii who, in as a -conspiracy.' Against whom and
the will of the majority of his party. Ilh-i iriic,,. ht, sso ftulson ly flatters, against what? Against Mr. Bryan.
and who supports its nominees." I a a llte ro )ival couty This wing of the party has bceome so
that definition is in any wise cor,.-, l e convet ioni of 1,4011 and wag not intolerant that no man must have
it has not applied to yoll. When tll,' iliiitli,'y ilse.l to co- opinion that is not for Mr. Bryan.
coitesti was one between democrats fr th.' li(iior otf goverior upon we..tHis interests, and not the l)arty's,
and republicans in this country aiuii 1llhrida in tho lw.rsorn of S.olator Mil- must be the first consideration.
in this state. you said b-fore the clec- jt. It boots nothing that Governor
lion that you would not. anti after i.. -a (r smaIl o ly ,l" .Johnson has made no antagonisms'
the election that o l l'i.,l.Iflt\..ndiflacy for the that he is likely to draw to him the
the election that you -till not vole tho 'lte ^"* .^- "t'-, S011110isl fot ti e ill y^ ^^
straight and whole dEmnlocratic ticket.r lnttd s.itt. S*lad i. not in lh disaffected elements in the populist
iv..tt hmv.s .an toi a having -a ( 'id oIllh i 4 Seo ator N .lillmi. taken < m ,( in he ronnhlicn n rtv


sea, Mis Jane Boland Sutherland ,t
Gainesville Fla., who recently 1eca'n
the possessos:; of a large fortun- lefi
her by hlie: atb-r. is now in N-v;
York City. plaiuing nlight from ti C
country in order to avoid further an
noyance, says a dispatch to tht.
Washington Post.
It was while making an extensiv-,
tour of Europe a trifle more t lan a
year ago that the young woman ii-
tracted the notice of several mei
whose names were coupled with high-
sounding titles. Among them were aa
Italian count and a French vicomnte,.
who were especially assiduous in their
attentions.
Throughout her stay in Britain the
young American girl was urged first
by one of her admirers and then by
another to look favorably upon hi-
suit, but every argument used p)rovi
futile. Subsequently she came to
New York and took up her residence
at the Prince George Hotel.
Since coming to New York Mis
Sutherland, through letters and inter-
views, has been beseiged by the fo'-
tune-hunting noblemen, and is nov.,
l)lanning to make her escape.


CHAMP CLARK


FOR SPEAKER


Democrats Likely to Elect Him if
They Have Majority in House
^"^~v 9 iki^0 ^ he. i ** tnn-, -i


.\ Iie('ic., "


METHODISTS ARE NOW READY
TO ALLOW DANCING

Bishops Also Recommend Striking
Theater-Going From Book of
Discipline
A special dispatch to the New York
Herald from Baltimore, says:
When the Ixard of bishops recoim-
mended to the general conference of
the Methodist Episcopal church last
Thursday that the word "dancing,
playing at games of chance, attending
theaters, horse races, circuses, danc-
ing parties or dancing schools" be
stricken from the famous paragraph
?iS of the Book of Discipline, they
created ia 'a-nsation that expressed It-
self in an outburst of applause.
The bishops made it plain that they
d(o niot approve of these amusements,
buit believe that the number and kinl
of amusements have grown so great
that the question should be left to
the conscience of the people thenim-
selvs, and that the opposition of the
church to amusements it regards as
unwholesonime may best be stated in
the terms of general principles. They
recommended that paragraph 248 he
(changed back to it original wording,
as it was in 1S72, when the certain
kinds of amusements were specified.


.namp LiarK of MisoUUri. wO Uonce
declared that no one ever declined A PRETTY SIGHT AT MADISON
the speakership of the house of rep-
*. i .. I, n... 1k. a a *-n ln "t n I . I. . m


MR. E. W. IRVINE FOR
COMMIS8iONI

Mr. Irvine of Lake Cit
date for railroad coa.
reviewing his declaration
the Sun, printed at Talla
that they are the fairest
at interest of any that it 1
pays Mr. Irvine a high e
The Palatka News Il
views Mr. Irvine's platfoi
that it strikes the key nol
that the author has a tl


















lION. E. W. liR'


ceptlon of the duties of tl
office, and unless all sigmns
ers will make no mistake
him as one of the rail
sioners.
The following is Mr. Ir
action of principles:
1. The just and rigid
of the laws and rules of
sion, holding the railroad
portions amenable to th(
dividuals, recognizing at
right and necessity of col
exist for the uvbuilding
and country, and the con
accommodation of our p<
2. I shall oppose the t
selves by granting of ra
traffic and passenger fa
dividends on watered st
ing to he money yinvestet
stmction ot said railroad
3. I shall endeavor
power within me to secure
man that has the ability
one dollar's worth, the sm
'quitable rate as the ma
a hundred dollars worth
. 4. I shall oppose, to
che cutting and slashing (
passenger and traffic, then
!he efficiency of~the se
railroads to the people.
damage to both the Ipeoj
r'oadls--causing them the
ploy cheaper and incour
which means disaster to
.er to both life and proper
5. I shall advocate, er
lemand. at all times, effli
and just service-void o
tion against persons or plh
adjustment and payment i
damages.


6. [ recognize that charters
franchises granted by the stat
iaid corporations are creations o t
state, and the state's right to comtij
and govern their dealings with the
izens. And if I should find, after
ough investigation, that the pover-l
ready delegated to the
are inadequate to meet our
ties, I shall appeal to the -
for the power, from time to dash
the occasion and circumstance s
demand.
7. I shall not seek this office at i
expense of the personal character
reputation of my opponents,
would not accept the office at the
of traducing the good name ofi
of my opponents, or the debauchftg
any voter, directly or indirectly,
money or otherwise.
If the above principles meet
approbation, and you feel w
in giving me your support, I wiW
predciate it as confidence reposed
an honor conferred, and promise
in return that you will never h
cause to regret it.

BURKE COCKRAN'S FUTUI.C

A New York letter says that
ran feels his retirement very
also the refusal to re-nominate l
for congress is another unhappy
sode with him. However thee
democrats here about who had a
to the effect that if President
velt is renominated Cockraa willMi
the stump for him, and in the
of the president's re-election
is to have a foreign missiL.
this story was guaranteed by


kRAI L





hmams,


has ses.md
ompftmL,
Lot woo 16

srmand ss
40 mw


AINE. [


is imports*
fail the vot.
e In eleetft
way commlt.

vine's deejrC

enforeemm
the commub
a and all OT
e same as 1 ,
all times the
rporatUow t1
of our stafa
venlence a
people.
axing of Ow
ite, 00th 49
res, to ef
ock, prpoS
i in the

with all t
e to the -W
to ride "I
ime Just I-
sn that rti
or more.
the utaM
of rates.
sby crtplp
rvlie off
resu ltng
pie and
reby to
petent
all and d
erty.
courage
clent,
f disc
aces; p
of claims l




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PU PIC AT LYNN6 I bitlonlst on a prohlbitionist HuW FRANK POPE STANDS AN EDITORS ROUGH INITIATION President Roosevelt gave an
-w ticket nor as an anti-prohibitionist btion of his versatility as a li
:- M hborhoods across the on an anti-prohibitionist ticket, and In a letter to Hon. J. M. Barrs, Hon. What's the matter with the Hum- at the White House last week.
i llf together and had a big said that while he was the editor of a prank Pope, candidate for delegate mer's face? Please don't ask that rentative Watson of Indiana t
l d poUci rally on Thursday paper at Florala that e engaged in for the state at large to the Denver question at the picnic tomorrow He h te Houe some friend
Ii contest of this sort and espouse, th- convention, h.as the following to a the Wabash district. and also s
SThe roadl between Ocll cause of the temperance movement, Your communication of the 5th have been in the fight than to ve foreigners who were en route t
lma te gieneraly man excellent but that the affair led to bitterness inst., requesting me to state my atti- seen it. The Hummer certainly Methodists that is being held
r tl writer, in company with an strife and he promised his wife q' e t ca^9en i T Hm rcrain ehdssta sbighl
V w and strife and he promised his wife tude with reference to the candidate' would rather for him to have been inin he were churchmen
Ut Grlffitb and Dr. J. G. Ba3- that he would never again take part for the nominationhr for the presidency the fight than im to have seen it. panr ty S rln He
4W DMelUonh, and Dr. S. H. in them, and he did not feel called before the national democratic cot Boswell shook hands with the Hum-
Ocala and BUlitchton, went upon to do so in this campaign. mention to convene at Denver, Col., mer and asked it into Boellert's ice ad Germany. The president c
ft Mr. J. D. P RInon's splendid All the other speakers made really anton t leg selftoHon Col .ed the visitors by talking to ea
Smn pe addresses. Na te dgs e i to o cream parlor. The Hummer thought the caller's native tongue Fir
"r intte to spare. Mr. Long and Judge Bel both ac- m Bryan, or express all this talk about Boswell going to surprised the Hollanders by a c
is xteen miles from Ocala. quitted themselves handsomely, bt MY preference, if I have any, for any lick the-Hummer was all talk and Some
It is the turpentine still of Col. it was left for Mr. Alfred Aver andl In reply thereto I bg to say that e though Boswe lle was going tr at, eni as haned out next
O o Roges and nearby is an Mr. J. P. Philips to give real spice and nrbecaue he called George Carter at ten a sparkling French dialogue
U lke, on which is a beau- ginger to the day's proceedings. The a r the same time The Hummer dwnesn" Bysued between the president a
Wtha launch and several skiffs tilt betweenhe a as in g ly to his nomination, and have want to be treated that way an
___ aulptba launch and several skiffs tilt between them was as interesting. preference for any other particular more. Boswell told the Hummer that this display hof Irsd italhnt by excbaiwu
Which added to the plea- witty and incisive as the compliments candidate for the presidential nore- ifBoswe told the Hummer ever said again that alius in Italian a the v
sC the young people, who attend- sometimes passe between Mr. John t th eslie ntal nom if the Hummer ever said t aine t- as s ilih ad t
-.--- Sharp but I decline p ld yse, he (Boswell) belonged to the cour- passed out tlled with anliratio,
lll llthering.Shr\Viasad r.DidD,-
t ating held under a Nr. David DAr- o that distinguished democrat, or tO hose ring-the rest is not print the prsients varied accoin
0of umbrageous s oaks. Nice hmond of congressional notoriety. any oth-r particular candidate. I am Tb,- Hummer thought it was time n
om~'B~ ft umbrageous oaks. Nice The candidates for sheriff all lnale lpoe obigpce n agimn
h were provided, and no one was their speeches short but very pointed. OppOSed to being packed and tagge to make a bluff, so the Hummer sait
ito stand, unless from choice, except Mr. Smoak. who b onsutery his as a piece of Florida freight consign- that it would pursue its own cour- A wealthy firm of lumt)er dc
to stnd unes frot choice. except Mr. Snioak. who consumed his ed as the, property of any m.an, how-er
-_ re were at least five hundreds full time, and his speech was a sur'- ever uch I nia anmi him. Boswell could pursue him. of ew rs' has become inter
eve n~u(h I my admre hi. it He lPursue(l at once. in thy. luimber wvhic'h i5 being pro{
1 Present and the writer was prise to those who d(lid not know him n lect I will go to the convention, n- h se e in th l r wihis in
with the general ensemble Mf along this line. lie svk with ;rea fettered by pledges, to meet and con- fighter Bosw If people don't believe h in the ort en of this county
0-kwit thcent genderpallthlapahsadfeig lel *tone nlcn- fighter. It people don't believe he wi! I efforts are l~ejn^ made byv the I
elreent, and especially the la- pathos and feeling. fer with my fellow democrats from fight Just try him. Bip! Bip! Bi!! gr of the firm to get the tItat
a"^r* young girls. From their al)- when we left there were still to er n>l emcasfolfight, just try him. Bip! Bip! i'irotefrmo tthttl
11 og g irls. From their h-l s hen wthe caleft there were sticoll eto. th other forty-five states of the in-over went Boellert's glass show-cas put of the mills. The schooner
I' ~~~~~~~ion, andageupnasadrba-
dWud not judge that the peopi? county commissioner, school conmit,- on. ag a ree upon a standard bear-- smash went the Hummers new Pai- pF. ('ooper was chartred by this
m across the Oklawaha river are sooner and a number of others. r approved l)y that body of repre- ama hat that he'd bought to wear to to carry t the first shipment.
Sicted with poverty an the There was quite a large degatio tentative democrats. If it is Colonel the picnic, down went the Humn it is orbitedd that other vessels
M attend quanwith poverty, andof the There was quite a largyne e gatpicnic beon Bryan, well and good. If it is som on the floor-and Boswell sipl be -ent here to be loaded. Agen
ano d quantity of the din. front s calas the candidatl.nne picnic be- other democratt, sound in the faith, swept Boellers floor with the Hum- the lumber coIiIlany will arrive
lip ~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ i the~e< conidnc ofr time haentsie ieaniaeamn-h
II anwled that hadtime he not sese Mrs. ittes, mong C'hom an safe in the confidence of the poe- etr. Boswell ruined the Hnnumer'' in the next fortnight to have a
that section of uur county. were %Ilrs. Bittinger. Nlrs. Cai'ney'. n sfme.Bwllrndth 1ni
tte were particularly struck with Mrs. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. pie, I will follow him with the same I shirt that it paid a dollar for. tore th, at thl standing tinher in the
mm of youth that was depicted Packham. Mr. Fred o, Mr. .. aly ad von tt I did Col- button-hole out of his collar, blacked stead section and hre is no
J tocheeks of the thatyong people, picantd kerPa kBishop. Mrs.Moorhad.gt Mr.sl. av- nel Bryan in 1896 and 9. the Hummer's eye, etc., etc., that thy.will ly all the aval
___ heeso h ogpoleIn e ihp rs Or d r.hy For thle good of the party and the Oh, there is no use to deny it, be-! tinmber in that section. Bleforf.
1* than all our attention was a:- craft. Mrs. Baxter ('arn. Dr. and Mrs. or ti pre tie party and tF I Oh, a e to n se to deny io t i a n ee
by the great number of ba- Walter Hool. Mr. and Mrs. Durestige o Florida, her del- cause too many were there to see .ed of the vea man vessels wi
I armgates should not be pledged to the That Charlie OLNeal was not their senr north from here with cargo
isarms. It seems to us that and Mrs. Tomp~kins. +Miss l.ucihe l~ai- proilfrue fayPriuaihtg. I l i rdcm~* inbr-iniXw-eod
SBmust have been fifty of them, caster. Messrs. Lee Miller. Rihirl personal fortunes of any particularthough. In all his predican, ubr.-Miami News Rcord.
Hl hey have early imbibed the dic- Hall. (;. (. ('rom, Donald MIlver. candidate. though, the Hummer had to laugi.
Sof the speakers of "equal right ; Thomas Sexton. Carios Sistrunk. Hai POLITICAL CATECHISM when it saw Uncle Nick Barco trying The SuAt s('SripM ion list has Nk;ve
l, __r __ _to Ipull Boswell off the Hummer. The publisher of w+eekly neIws Iai,,,r.
afrI"r and maintain the right in the Eagleton. A. A. (Graham C. C'. a(' a p Boswell o the Hu er.s
thro. ,Hummer doesn't know whether it fo r thought .ri~ce April 1, when
*-^*H~oethereof. michael. Mason T:,oiP. J. It. Lixihw- EdIitor of the Kick Column Hummer doesn't know whether ri | thoptfie la
.h fl~speakerm* stand was adorno-l ston. .Jr.. Frank Hariris. Dr. :itcn. What is politics? touched Boswell or not, as thin ruling f th postoffice eart
Harryt ispolithcsfightig is like Boswell holding office-- we.lt inito) ,,frett, rettiliw nt th-ie
st*everal vases of beautiful roses Harry Precht. A. T Swartz. ('h.sti, A profession; a fascination; a delU- Ihe doesn't want the other oldinglow to o iailsa secind (.I n iattr ftr
other flowers, and Col. R. F. Ro;- Fort. .G. \V. Martin. Mrs. Robt. Flynn, sion that makes strange bed-fellows- ;he does't want the othr flow
---" ex-elled in the art of master of Mr. Kallenherger. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. is lie eating peanuts once you t anything, scribers ovr n year in a
l yii ^P1^ Hendricks. Mr. E. Sinclair the f o nt mor; The Hummer has gained one vie- This, at first, was thought to
.. I made a very eloquent and incis- Misses Auslev and a number of oth- vb. oitorty though-it made Boswell ricoe-. harlshi, on the (ubli.hTos rno
JL J. \\'h t is a politician?
Slmdtroductory speech and instant an that talks one way befor nize the existence of the Hui, a r' irlation of
c- all feel comfortable and at -- Boellert didn't know Now easy it was la^,'r. tut in thI ,'itI it will
electionn and another way after eleo-
"--- THE BAND CONCERT tion., but is sometimes reminded of to lick the Hummer before this. s, ll*'.sin; i in ati,'i.., Many IU1
i came the speech making. We what ,hid I got up his courage and notified th,* ers hav\ le,,n 'rrying nanms
whar hiet di sathe
S l it for five hours and when w- The following program will be ren-I How does one get in politics? Hummer, right there and then. that rtleir lists a (,: whto th.v liat,
^- *l It wa just beginning to grow dered by the Metroplolitan Band froL Upon the earnest solicitation of te next time his nae ap l i riv tt t' a v
li g s 1 sparkling and exciting, the band stand Friday evening at s:15 frin,ls who want him to make th1h Hummer he would Boswellize th'|ha,. 'oniizit, ,l he ri aw0 th,,i
J I r'. B ttlnger was the first to fill th o'clock. The members of the banl run in the primary (to .ee hammer. I"'' hul f,,r ,ht, r"lin : ,)f th,. I"
fai ar with his eloquence. H, wish to express th,.ar thanks and ap- slaughtered f. Boswell, that was a nice way t.) tic,' ,ia|>;>rtinpnt
co economy. Said there were preciation for the music received from saInd th Hummer home to wife anlia? -
t r It. klida-false economy and true Messrs M. Wittmark & Sons of New A place where the hopeful meet with babies. \Vell the Hummer is slight^ lP .naior \Vilkin-..n Cali
,il D'y. He did not. for instance York through the courtesy of Mr. lisal,1)l intent whore a mani iiz disfigured but still in the ring( nao '*1A lt1. l i s tial -o b.. a wl'\r
__B !--e in parsimonious economy in Jules Cohn. some of which appea s in up; wher.'e a ,ait gets fooled in th,, the corhouse ring) and will .oq- ,r..n ti Wiiam .\l-o
~atg for good roads. good this program: >,tilnue to hum, hum. hunm. -('rvst:tl dojlh r!,:tul's t..n lt 'ripo-.>< to
ng r g r o progran: Australian fashion- an awakening; ai H l alt i,,.-. ,. 'z,., league i
-. p for Confederate veterans, March, "The Bugler"-F. A feeler" a place where you are decently River Hunmmer. .I, -t t,, 'r .',. la i
^^JP^ W thoee thtsgs should be fo.-- .eend Demie- to!:i t,, ^ l'i,,r'rt Ht-ari-t, IT r'si
l t 1id toeusg hd b Serenal "l)reaming"--.1 Anton and legally informed that you are not IN JUSTICE TO GOVERNOR JEN. \v',t> ,] ,I,' t.'l.t':l( , t ihe
d enco urged. ly wanted, andr no reason given for it. j NINGS ,., ''-i;bdin. \la', N ,w dlit,.-
J- PfI' Bmttinger made a good speech Concert Polka, "Blonde and Bri- What is th < seconal iriluary? Ocala, Fla., May 9. 1,,.;i,,,.,ii,> ho .. ;-- a 41:lta,' ,o< orLz
inemedto have many friends wil netted" for two (-ornets-T. I-I. Rol- A desperate strufgle of the candi- To the Editor Ocala Banner: it. t, ;.:i'.t! :i, o,..ntt of
1 vote at Lnne.Mn, nd we thiN hN o a nd Nn (ate": a veritable hell: a drain on th,' In your issue of the :3rd, appearedl 'r I, anI ,.e.rtiitb!
--__ D. ear followed, and open- nan-F. Non Supne. -'anditalte's pocketbook- a last resort: a communication over my signatur, *-l1.. ',, ,, .,, t .:*r-'. "r.


f^^^l *^j .- ^ ** in~~~~isoninn ire o! mne %uea critic~ising- theM aiiiinistaiti, ti>\ "
-b speech by telling an anecdote nterission ,ilLlt U i.utt.' criticising the administration of th N .
-- ltook well bwitht hthe crowd. Hi MarcsH n "Dixie \irh-t a Ianpandideate ? trustees of the I. I. fund for paying -- -
t his work s superintendent of enee Waltzes Gir-J. B. lSamole.l A cross between a politician and Governor Jenrnings five thousand tdl)- "li. ;1 r"" !"tilt' ai (ialiila(t'
Shi work th as superintendent of e;enee Waltzes, froa T-aue SoLevl patriot; a public-spirited man: a lirs as an extra fee, he having bee i1 gat,.- at L. t. h Iu.n l r
a unifor the passt wevem of school Descritiverie 'Levi. handslha ir: an ambitious individual: employed at an annual salary to r<( .tit. r ',,' t (

a piform ohibtn i al hsrptiva e riena ch. "' one that think. he is "it" amd leavCrt resent tie trustee,. ne criticism ,'a. ''" li iil t, t S
a prohibition in all Its pha. Caraane"--eorge Ash. it t th votrs to say if it i so oi based on an editorial in the Tallahas-t1 Bsoov bs. oot I'ro ektii!! i. .t I: !
S- l t Alpha to Omega. lie said he Medley Overture. "Southern Song- ,Ot. see Sun which characterized it Is l, r. 4. [).in. irul V
rnotpa./ln mn n wne E -- see Sun which characterized itis1 ^ "I>I"'.r> IP
a plain, blunt manaeipao s and wanted ---E. V-'- \hat is an election? galized graft, and on other criticismsla(kst,, ii,.. ;, iarv i'ai.
-'- / ehis platform so open ae. not A. E. GERIG', .33irecttor. A ,lay oif reckelning"w re otr;T tli, ]"r ,isr,! t,.. t.,
p-a Bnwderrtood br any voter of reck wlr' voter, in the state press, in all of which the Ta a. isri l.ir..
i L. s. Light said that e had RUNAWAY YESTERDAY AFTER- l lutton-hlioledl candidates sweat- inference was that there was no legal | Birta,. ,it \,aaii. antd .li.
.L. S. Light said that he hadRUA Y YET DY AF R-ig
Su rlningn for the legislature for NOON ing; )lo(odltss buthehry of candidates, obligations on the part of the trustees Robirtsoa. ot ()"tIa litn, i
Sears, and the only way to andI whl',re Imany voters become self- ;to pay it. ra
0 1 of him as a candidate was to Yesterday afternoon one of the (stititd, liars. I an in recel)t of a letter from Goy. -- to----b
Si him. and said he expected t street teams which had been to thi Moetly submitted tby jJennings. explaining that this pay- ,il',la 'riit I t *llr
Sil flt along until he is elected. Lyvnne picnic, after reaching town be- C. BENEDICT- nent was in pursuance of a contra i
b e had made a careful study of came frigh4etn,.d anal ran iadll t u,, TERRIBLE ACCIDENT with the trustees as agent independ- ch'ar1 li;s illil'l,-titl aillilx Wa al
St during his fourteen year. klawaha avenue. The driver an-. Quarrv .Foriala Keys) May 12.-l eitly of his contract as attorney, at I-tav'. av "r*it a ltatit H
r Q^&.iviiaiiv (r !orilia K~eys) 'aI(y 12.- 11 .. fo se vie no co ee bv t hes f'4t*^ t Iii~t
lor to become a statesman, and lMr. C Y..Miller and Mr. Thomas Pa-,- r s n b t f i Lk 'A..aa j rai
anll 'x l osit n of several hun rd'ro I.ak,'lr t. .\r,'ahits ,nlll lort .
tXllosr. wh contact Thi bein tan he as.,m
| e was thoroughly familiartur. o tr we ila t li, th(limsitdl dl'naniitt* caps at 9 o'clock ntcare amttt n Thh aen at least the elementary princi- thrown out. litt we undlerstandl wetr,' blame can attach. to hin for co
~~~~~~~~~~this; lnioning. WV. T. 'McDonald was,,n i e. ne h onrc.Iii .+nl ,r'~ tt'!.ti.
Iof litslation. He cited a great uninjured. As the team i'reachied thl .i'iil- injnred, and his 9-ear-oll ting his fees under the contract. 1 I., '-i r r iHavt,
t ings that he believed could corner by the ()klawaha Inni hi hors- publish this explanation .Zi justice i a.1t kil
^ l~rlmed and would 1we wise ecoi- es ran against ai tree. alhio-t ivertuil' o ws ntan ke governor r Jennings. as I have no ae-nh at ;rtrit-l i l'et
M -C i Mr. McDonald wa,; at work trim- sir to do h~i an Inusic.*aHrl
S- fto do so. ed the carriage, extricated thenslA','. a sire to do hi an Injustice.
dmini off the copper wire from a lot
i of Mr. Light's statements we from the vehicle, and connlnued their Wi. \i CLYA T.- .
,of condoned material. and It is b-er sta
llbKhe is laboring under a misappr,'- career up the sitrees for -''.eral f ('ined Tatiial, ad it is b-'- S .. i
le tat in soe manner hait' th d!.ar.s tt t
iilit of acts, and that is what h- blocks, and tinallv turned down Sotlith i ic.d that in sonid maitner ho struck THE HARMLESS CANDIDATE h, ,
.' i ^ i ;I cap. setting the dyilantite off. His A Georgia farmer poste, this .sigt i t'latl t vei'titalitto |hi . !ia l t'a'or
^B tomay about the State Universitv Third street. Tliev were final v c.M- ,,, ,' uii dinrpst ns.-tn
S y about the State U.niversity Third stret. The' were finally '- tittle Sville. We do not think the toured by Mr. .1. 1'. Lancaster. W her his father was working aates
E l m a a. I+ h i w ere iis father was working and, "Candidates will sa.s led the til,- o1> ilM ih, "C n id tii will plas o .


ei I- Now doth the busy candidate pnt
aquist forth each shining hour.
Re")- I--
Reok to Like Colonel Roosevelt In Cuba,
ok to
from Colonel Watterson wanted to make
.-eral his fight for Yon Yonson alone!
SBal-
ce of Louisiana republicans In convention
there. in New Orleans adopted resolution
from instructing their delegates to support
)'land Secretary Taft for the presidential
harat- nomination.
harn-
(h In
ch In At thirty-six Byron wrote:
t rdial "My days are in the yellow leaf,
t teral The flowers and fruits of love ar,
and gone;
n-The worm, the canker and the grief
and a Are mine alone!"
,fld a
I up That farm at Laporte, Ind., is not a
nging model one, but it is the only one o;
sitors its kind, we hope, in the I'nite.i
n for States. But it serves those fellow-
;dlsh- right who had no better sense tlan
Lo do their courting through a ma,-
rimnionial bureau.
,,st.l The hot vapors from Editor Hilon.',
tluced Nevws-Record seem to have almost w,
* anal secured the scintillating rays ,f t h,-
,ana- Tallahassee Sun on the first ri tunl.
otu- How ephemeral these sort jt new-
))sp!i papers are. The old way is the b .-,r
firm way.
and
will The Moultrie tGa Otserver -a%
ts of thai it is declared down in Flml l-ot
here that tbh I)rinters of this state ar
look "'worked to death" getting out lite-r:
lam+, ture bearing on the campaign, an I
loubt the postmasters have thrown nup ti-l.
'able hands in a prayer for mercy.
. the
II be The Ocala Banner is cerranlk .a
es of paper to feel proud of and it.- plto4'
ial f-dition the other day and (clt ,t
the ('onfederate Monument sbou ,
. t bring complimnients upon its -,tit
forod from evtry sourc,'.-- 4;tr'S itl," i,
i th,1 vator.
lien,'
tho Down in south Flortla there i-. ta!,.
suib )f making a new county andl allin_;
.-ar; ,t ,Ed,-n. A few of rh*" rd htoale-. !,"
e a lilnipled Ev,'s of the \%v'st 4;tIlf <,<>u-
:4. 1 1nii ht he ilituc-d t(o t.rllgrah ta, fh.'
iiany iew gardltn. prtjid'el there- %erer- ni,
be a too lm-ariy fretkl,',l ft,,l, jiliio-.,-t
dlish \,ai ,s ,ln bhand if *lo the, rit.-r lie,..
on ing Ap.alachicula Timnes
* nau _--
).o 11! Slenitor Raynr of Marylanal has tit
r a& tere, ail exhpr .-si(J1I of w hat tili al'it,
,s ),.'- i< r:It., ,. h 'f):1 | adtop)t a > a Iinatoltot i I a .
,'larat ion of (rincijdl.s aund police '
"t',re is; ointly 011 otbjetion to I? If
iS ii arrivess ,he wr ,,iritl h in Lt. ,i i I :;. 'laillja lt111a -,
ia~;;- S~rat,' right-.. tipplositio.ni ta, (o lI T'ra!
buil!d :/' .,el jiv.+'r er t tht DnVr to r,,w ,,lt
Pl o) ... _
The' Maalison Rcorder coiaf ^
a I ; ov-rno4r- Itro)I aral to ui,,e a .,,horTuu
not! ,t I i'.litor lltliofn oif the Miltoun Ind-
iliz- | -'<4)riiI sI t ys that |tilson a ll l ti
an\l tnt st~ tl,. of journalism ias h'leltni no:
li,,t hulrtilg, the. tlo\, noi r, but sa -" :lorThi
iiunpi T1g ah,, it s ow,1 It occur-. to ,-


Ihat c('minsalln i i( a.s..s sinatillo i-4 a i i
'he ltiir.

'1aon Se.uiatoir Rayner lais liitrol iii-- I .a
,*seni ltiol 'ati ;itiThorlr7ingI rh*. pr,--l'l.-t
11 I 'o) covi' enei, ;I (otiirV tIf iitt liiry, t,, ;i
xa'. ,i.e iaii (i. t' arg,.- ;1i14t at. ii'll.-at
*. t L Lasii 't 'l \\illami F I" t,,,art. tf th.e
,.. o' tli.\. v li l, ha-. e.,,ii d tailed to ) m *r
.lui) 11Hifii1 i'-Iii-I.i, l;t at t he a, bandlt,. I
a. I ':i!li:ir\ po>t ;tt F'ort f;rain1. A\ri7,it;
a,,ral:u
The .selate has passedd the agricnil
:irtal alprrlo,I idtia li hill. imni .ni liat.l.
th ifwe'r wJi Vh Seniiator F('t raker Kav
i1 S notice that h. to wiil.I lidov.-' to Take. ti1l
.iain 'iis lhill r,'itl.itating ?he ietro ldlie.r,'
,r lt li.s<'har.,.! to ,p'l't',-iit of the Brw n .
(i' iille, affairr ; i. s .-)4 n i s ha the 1'ti o itct j
'er- till \aits lispose(I of.

Afte, Mr .I Htarev \WInthrop Phillipl is
,. a,. i ,iinlilat* ft r f l-|eltati, to th!, Den
iit % t c'r (tcont'% n ti i i,, is a ti brother iof
SVtate .\ttoiii, Phillips. anl if elec-
'a, %ill fairly r-Ira-s '. ie t the ,leInix'rat-
g. fa, 4 1t-art of Floridla I et' elxamine
a' nf, ir tick tis anl t et %Sloct th .'rv tib .'
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PublihA1,1 >icI orctm WOMAN, AND WHAT SHIE 18 DO- R T H
kcrt 0rtI~aJewft^ ^ T 144NII>011 40cf ING TO BLIE" THIE WO#tLD AN OPENr LElITTER
ort t wo W t e of the county

0-B_-y.- t e A pt IId all bookA andD What have the women contributed
TeSwen. t D., r. UM fr our examination toward our town?
fli b. 8. Bt*eeUo to k.e correct. Many, many things--aye, more than
of the CircUlt Court abov, Th ax A'mse" O1e can be enumerated in the brief space
o eC ttl:r i now at work on at command.
I, r paamdmeaseut wor roll for the year 190Io. There was a time in the history of .:iS
grndJrv --.MP&U*-,Pd aMne
a jthis sPrinw term. A. D. 9 i4in pro gres. We the world.- way back in Paul's day.s
th~ sprig term. A. I). 1S4. I found everything in th.s office in fin,, when woman wats looked upon with'
rcuit court of Marion county, .conditi on
listed Its labors. begs leave., ount or r ;something of disfavor. That was an 'B
i to your .onor the followi. Cou nty Poor Farm unchristian era. Today the situation ^* ^^:
it tyrwt h-oo We- your co:nmitte on lnvestig-i- is vastly different, and instead of w.-
~~~~tion Ofth ro".... .-.
ti.-t-Iti--> ..n of othe Mariole countY poor farm. i man beint inferior to man. she has .....
e Invtigtion of crime .everything in KoodI condition. e..i p;roven herself to 1w his equal, if no,)t
r l vestiation of crime in th'' 1-cially the sanitary affairs of the his SUperior in many of the virtus I
.i.e ecarflv --in.. t.ga hoe' Wi- ind fo ur white and eight that make for good citizenship. I
re-tuar. coming bfore s i c lorod inmnates. W'e think the malt- The women of our T)own hav' labor-i '
t itted aOs numflrreof mattlhe ag(.g fi t arn is Zoed and P ed earnet-tlv and long in an endeavo.-
of &ad also a number of matterr, fair crop) 6 being(lt ate OigI
(.111crop lni ltivatel Owing ito mainiain ruth and- sobriety in th,
T before this body and w t: the prevailing dro(uth the present!ho. ? o achintg thr sons and diugh-; "
.S .and indeed pleased to rhphrto acrop, i-
ro p. w h are only fair. vW also speak ters that thoro art cardin;.tl virtti-s.
r that we havt e *had .. in th hngh-st omn*Indation of Supe. which are io b+. prizpedl tar grtat:'
It- of a selous, nature to inve-ti-iintend-n ri... ),
a.. o .tu n--ti-1t,,ende pries and wfe in the car. than rubies. Thev have recognized -FROM-
St ts r than a en us lt thir wi r unforunat-... i he fact that homi life is the found_-:
re grand juries n this cou- The Hard Roads fion0 ot all life. and that mnicilial.'
_br of y a w la.' anin ^ some of the harl i state and national ,xi.ten<.- i-. pur.,. If | f
ob t serious nature have ln roads around the neighborhood ,.f only as the home life is pure. i We K. JACKSONU
hte and we feel that the coun- 11cala. and find them g -nerallv in ooo.l Th- women- of this citY have be- -
d. be congratulated upon the" I r"-eodiI
be congratulate upon the im- condition. We know these roads ar: tt., silent force, the under current.
vs. condition of peace and order a great ntblic benefit, an believe that has been working so effective v i
ntin h l ~iadieliev,. !that has 1,een working so offoi,'v ,.I
ig the county. thley should b piropo)rtionaeily ex- through : he years, the result of which Candidate for Railroad Corn-
8eefere the Grand Jury Itended to all parts of the count-. ha-, meant the ushering in of social
are informed that all the wit- I Before closing our ipresentment w. coniition.- that are extremolv whol,,- missioner
IT ti all cases before us were wish to state that our business has some.
Ia recognized to appear before been v.rV much .-xpledittd by the tho'-- \\'eh*1l it it true tham wontan is no' My Dear Sir-However much I
were in attendance, save 'a ought. way in which cases hae alas seen and i counted out when would like to meet you face to face
cas e"' ." ,cws ha n bwelsoalways sentn, pandf is coa out whth
|cased and we also understand put before u.. ani iresnied b" the credit is being placed because of softie and present myself to you as a candi-
bhas bee n universally th-? case state's attonie,.s. and we- desire to conquest, it is neverTheless true that date for railroad commissioner, it is
4; e that great trouble, annoy- thank the court anl all its officers for her intlu-nce,. like a guardian ange!, impossible for me to do so, and must
d delay has been occasioned courtesies extended during our s"-.ihas h."erl o.vr the iestinv of the kindly ask you to allow me through
to bind over. and have b.-- sion. Reso-t ftl ,
to bind over. and have b- sin. Res,(fully siihnitl. p,,)! intil ab jury, the necessary witnesses MICHAEL. FISHEI.. For-.mi;a ,t place. in, the. world that none, ot .-r -your community or county, to ask
r- convening of court, and that i Att's,: 1. K. MIXSON. i il: iyou to consider my fitness and qualifi-
f have been universally I{- SIncr ,-. I Th,. *liff,-r..t .ill) ,, Ch, cit;. lit- cation tor the work of railroad cornm-
for this failure. We now fe l .rar n h.-,. :r vi exa-- missioner.
~*rar% ;AIei t hej' :r-..* p p '.iiiz exani-'missioner.
Sduty to congratulate and cow-! CONCER:!NG WOMEN h'at.- of "1, woman is .Nin.r T() broa.l- The interests and the welfare of
t the justices for their gooi ---- ...n I,.. ,;. o, hO r -,-\, ;.i'i in broa.l- the peupit" of Fl",ruda can only be con-i
This direction at this tern<. Th. Ohi. l,, is.ir j 1 i iili othpr lir -- and cans' served by a commission composed of
Trust that it will conptin i i- j)tournld wi, li h o t -.o *d h't-t t1 i 1h 1 i -a:- ii, forn s'o-, e <, )> ptioi ; men wn, kr1fw tne rignts and equi- 4
-I
creditd t a1ionit i .. :i ,':., pr ,1iln_ ..',.- ,, 11" *t i r 1i.-.it ii ;', in th -: wori!., tie O ,e 1t pJ'' I-. '; composed of menr
1 | C ou nty Judge _:ly III* a 'he p rl Nilege :, atd
!rt ( ,n thi" ( tou lyv J*age an af ,. fr .-I."; "' '. .' ; (.-quiti(i.i of the railroadAs; men wI;o at
$Z
he nd capable official an ill ' 'k -' "- t a[ll tim.'s and under all coniiiuons are
I r -l: ii eaily kept. Th. At e .' 11 'a. II ,, . a Q o t'C .ready and willing to concede to thh
k r, ,il I, ; a I" el ." I'.1.- {" : "' - 1 j- O[ *rr "' '." e y u t o i ~ e t h
tv I ar -p. ,n fire p ,', c-:-biiTs !t ... ..... ,i .. l- transportation lins in the stall. ai':
-- ra-P*a Cobe perfect v sate ' . :;'. .T .. e.ri t i:,t tv-ry privie,,, rig. ht and equity J
Sa ea o e p rec y sae'Fal p"'' ~ rl' ], < &I {JL [I t I i '' ,Xt r t. t) fl....
The Court House a itr L l I Ii i .' .. le .ou n.O 1 \ I e 1!->n re -, tat bClongss tu tL.-ni, or to which L.h'y 4
l ave examinedd the c<'ur hou.---; "ale'i "o; -.-v *i:. tid ,! h- t'.l ,.(.l ins I i t 'ph s i'.i?. sju:l ,i a livin: are or may 'be entitled by law or jus- 3
d the semne in good coaniitio: I to... n n %O.lt, 11. of t,-.,; composed o(f iuen who Lunow ;o
t~Cgot leC1]" !1, :to t. lo ,i "n _X-1." A li" (t-.. T -
ommodations are ample fo.. .. to le people_ are entitled; men
e- office The -ourn house, i is an ra a.- it do.',-- 1n .1 -!,.,- 01t,,., l;. 'C v.li thte .-,,bi!., '.voW)ipn O, ii; ()0I ".-- wIho know the proVwe.r, authority and l
.. ,T for ever. citizen of t e te woflle c(,'hll h.\,. \or,', ,,-i ni'.--Hi~h Sprirg HIeral. g-, en them by law and justice, <
It and we eel saisried hwat e,-j and who wni, to the extreme limit oh

."~e f 1 .ont feel lie --- MATRIMON!AL "'AD' LURED MEN ...h.wlt.teexrm lmto
[}i ftee of [hP co(n~l!t feels lIKe v,', ;^Ar. SuICL power and authiori'y, imaintain



..1 pleaded The ,l beautiful gre. c -,r.tinH .o a re;,,)r; just jiibli'sn- TO DEATH _
4!licec/rediattu tnguj To a to thet people of the state, without
ki- th th. i.rely flowers aadoruns by the Massachusetts secret ry F ...Gil lu -frs." [.H.. sentiment, without prejudice, without
wt hous.- yarn. and the finu tt "1" n""n Wore "'ses a: ri"onial adlhertisenment- wic wiitation, delay or vacillation, all and
on each side of the court hou,, poll tax last year. bit only ::',9.:.9 vo- victims wer,. lured to death: --y rg ad t ta b
Is PERSON, XI.--('om,'lv wido. whO to them, or to which they are entitled
**ftund The same makes this l'th. l at th sttle election. The B )stO-1] EROM-oel wiw wo ^ ^ y ^
f spot of !.b? county. The fine l)ailv Advertiser some time ago pub owns large farm in one of the finest ..g ls an n i m
K ...- .hich were ently plant- lisd statistics showing that. except districts in [.aPorte county. Indiana. W w w a what
.- ..alO a reat addition. and add at prdsidential elections, the majori'." ,sires to ,.,ake the acquaintance of e e td t. is a ray, a

| lmpo.in" .tructure We would! of tb- men in .massachusetts w)1 entleutan equally well provided. N.) rapid and a cheapper. tr ptt ion
that it woud e quit, an mi- could register and vote never do so. replies by letter considered unless or n_-ovment of r rsons, proper-
( M Their indifference is no: looked ap-n sender it. willing *o follow letter with -
*t 'nt if the inside bar of t' .... ty, ,:rcJuctu and suppies.


t r as a cause for debarring the more put,- personal visit.
mW wa "ate.'._ I want to be railroad commission-
S wa capeted lie spirited minority from casting their! want to be ralroad -
county allots. and the sufragists are askiu. IT REACHED THE SPOT er, and feel that I am qualified for
ave made a thorough exain- the sne reasoning should n-, Mr. E. Humphreyv. who owns a large the office by reason o0 ,omg and con-
the jail its interior and exter- general Ftore at Omega. 0.. and i thie tenuous contact and experience with
t oy... literate .at f, p to womfn president of the Adams County Tel"- railroads, as shipper, receiver and
n-.o_,_ _.,,- phne Co., a." wl as of the Home passenger my experience as an em-
thne ..-. . . ... .. T elep h on e C o.. of P ik e co u n ty 0 .a.sr,- m- x r n c a
same The cells In our The rptlii.ca, sae Son oay. of Dr. Kin',- New . ploy o . aocatio
Sae aer he coitn Tenessee engages in a free figbt. Ivny y life opeo. At least I th'ik and contact with officials and employ-
sare oln a very unsafe aonnt. .... .nd one de.egat- it did. it seemed to reach the spot- es, and so often hearing their version
awn t% t., i- number of patches the very se-at of my cough-when ev- of the reasons and causes for danger-
Sm e ae pr _oner wields a hatchet. The Boston con- ervthing e!se failed." Dr King's N'-.v ous track, lack of cars, lack of mo-
I. madt e after prisoners an mn council indulges in wild uproar. I Discovery not only reaches the couh tive power, inability to procure and
at we td the.. ,0,o in. a-iecevilietion, Ns*es and catcale tit heals the siore snots and the control labor, cause of wrecks, losses,
~uaitav cndiion an stns iere vtupraton.h~isesandcatalI weak spots in throat. lung-; and checst.d
S itar condition, a d nd me rs pari Sold unr uarnte at Tydins & damages, shortages and overcharges
I,_ sumla ... and~ in" Italy'" two,, ....t-enbers .. oi lparli i-. Sold iin(lor guarantee at Tydlllg.- &,L -1
aken to remedy th- I o's. drug store. 50c. and $1. Trial on shipments; my long and continu-
y e d .a. .a charac nitnt pull each others hair, yet bottle free. rn ous association and contact with con-
Nn ee beds are of draws the lnference that men ar- -- - sumers. dealers and producers, hear-
at there is no comfort in sleep- Bt suppose that ONr.I ing their troubles, observing their
,,tesam.-e oacati cai t nftlt voe Bu utspoCThat
th% had happened in Ij H RD S great need of redress for wrongs done
b e prisoners should have the an iof thegress o Motlhers.- "G 11RI 1 them; ten years' legislative experi-
fts of a bomne, but do claim that aI once; was a member of the house of
of a goul Woman's Journal. 2 r presentatives 1899, 1901 and 1903;
,-ty of Marion should acord 10 was a member of the senate 1905 and
omers who are awaiting trial. THE WORLD'S BEST CLIMATE 1907. Have voted for and helped to
m ea of whom mav be innocent pass every section of the railroad
har .gd all the comforts .Is not entirely free from disease. On commission law now on the statute
lmt with its .ur dig. aWe the high elevations fevers prevail, books of the state. I could and would
c met with th jit while on the lower levels malaria Is serve with honor to myself and with
O. hat that portlO of the jail that encountered to a greater or less ex- beneficial results to the people and
M the cells has spread. neces-%tent. according to altitude. To over- every interest of the state.
placig coe cliate ffections, lassitude. nan~-
r tds oftay ods to loma caunte biions fever ant My experience and contact with
-.i fro lin and l ad neral debility, the mot f railroads began in December, 1867.
S e l falling. u 118 Electric Bitter9. From then until now, a period of for-
Sir obmervation we believe th, e et alternative and blood purifler ty years, there has noi elapsed- a con-

to be in a vr uthe antidote for every form of bodily -.vl- tenuous month that I have not had
P u'*oknes nervousness and Insomnta sonmethinr to do some business trans-


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DUNCAN U. FLETCHER


Stands for These Principles:
Courol of Interstate Carrie by Iaateuta
Commerce Commissin .
Favors come Tax.
Stand. for Tariff Revislon. and Beneflts to
Florida Farmers aad Fruit Growersm
Duty on Egyptias CoUtton.
Government Appropriations for Harbor%.
Ilandtl Rivers ad Waterways.
Opposed to Trusts and all -Mim lios.
Favors Currency Reoortt


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Rollins College


FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE
College. Academy and Schools of Music. Expression. Fine Arts. Domee-
tie and Industrial Arts and Busines.-.
Carnegie Hall and third means dor mitory now going up; electric lights;
steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health conditions; fine gy-
nasium, athletic field; tennis courts, g oif links; baseball and basket ba
teams, champions of Florida this year. Nearly a quarter of a million dollar
endowment; expenses moderato; scholarships avaihible Christian. but unde-
nojminational; stands for


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Next session begins October 7. For catalogues address the PresidenLt.
Win. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D. Winter Park, Florida.




The Breakers by the Sea
SEABREEZE, FLORIDA
Will be opened June 1, under the management of I. M. MABBETTE.
The house will be conducted on a higher plane than ever before.
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms single or en suite,
with or without private baths. Fine fishing and the best surf bath-
ing in the world.
Sea Food a Specialty. A Trial Solicited.
Rates, $1 per day and upward, according to location of rooms.
Address I. M. MABBETTE, Holy Hill, Fla., until May 15.


DAVID S. WOODROW


J. W. AKIN


GEORGE H. FORD


OCALA PLUMBING AND ELE ,TRIC COMPANY
DEALERS IN
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3XAC t CLO COMPLAINT

Uo h e at close of day.
l w sIty chkdes my long delay,
A ymy WMe dellgbt to stay?
| Nobody

Wb sets for me the esy chair.
dowkd out the upper with such carp
" lays my slUppers ready there?
Nobod)


Vhem plunged In deep and dire di-

U action cares my heart oppress,
Wo whispers hope of happiness ?
Nobody.


Whe, sickness comes in sorrow',.
trwai,
And grief distracts tbi fevered brain.
Who sympathizes with my pain?
Nobo, i y.
WANTS A TEMPERANCE STEAMER

To the womnn ihroih.hout th
OItry who are acive in the i"+-per
ne improvement, the Rev. (Charl-";
8eldon brought a tremendous upli!':


ftm foreign shores, says the elhit-
ator. Tba well known auThor an I
witrmer recently returned from Eu-
rope with the encouraging announ-
Clment that we are a more sober pec-
pb than our cousins over the sea.
Ths western preacher says that tho I
CtIish drink less than the Scotch.
M that the Americans are more
UMperate than either.
Mr. Sheldon Is greatly honored in
Isnd. He was presented while
re with an address thanking him l
Sftr i services to the cause of teni-i
uwace and bearing the signatures
4 all the prominent workers in that
Ymn t. On his arrival in this
M-try he said that he would like to'
ty the experiment of running an
lfer without the sale of drinks
4W tobacco. As he has already run a
spa per for one week, "as Chris-
mid have conducted it." he doubt-
1 could make a success of the tern-
g-ace steamer.


ENTERTAIN ENT


According to program Birmingham
vur be a lively place during the Con-
keramte Veterans' Reunion, June 9-10-
IL Aside from the business meet-
[ ta- .which will be replete with
eches and music, there will be a
S qlecal series of entertainments pro-
ed for the Confederate Veterans
d their friends. Upon the first day;
S Ef the reunion at 4 o'clock p. m.,
ire will be held at Capitol park an I
S *M-time hand-shaking. Veterans trom
S ious states will meet at the a--,
d place renew old acquaintancesI
9 get in closer touch with on
btber. The same night there will;
be a Confederate concert at the Hilp-
Wiome for which the very best tal-|


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r. Lincoln Hully Pays


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STATES


Able and Eloquent Tribute.


The states that go by the name of late intelligently for the people of AI-
)uthern are Delaware, Maryland, Vir- abamrna. More than half the people
nia, West Virginia, North (Carolina, north are sure that they know better
)uth Carolina, Georgia, Florida. Al-'i than the south how to solve the negro
)ama. loui-iana, Texas, Arkansas. : problem. for instance. If it were an
issouri. Tennessee and Kentucky. academic problem, this might be trui.
these states perhaps Delaware anl If it were a question of deductive log-
Sic or general reasoning it might i)t.
'est Virginia mav be counted out. t,. t .. e
litrtle. but it is much more a questi,)n
The contribution to our national 1 practical politic- anl of -ocial it
re madi- lby these states in The earl, ;..,trial life. The south Cann(,
istor- of Ihe couiintryv wa ;rIII., l tii e.s-lv ,-. and v, t h.- k.i,,
iaziig,. Washingtion. the! gen-ra1 iil- a tarl. li, ort 0 ,he pro i -h ti:a-i
i-c'hif ot Ili, colonial rt-plilic(, wa- ih*, V iru in ian. .1I ff .r-son. iht#, aip str ,- w; '^iisi :;,', .; ,;:, .*),-,' : r: *nIlocracy, tile aItlhor ot tl- l)t-.i' ;,, ,,,...


of PHAAY gei$Tilt g ST W lf asf 0IM
"ARK" MR WOWDtMEI'h StrOCROF ALL 14INDS
iwseOMaws BStVAVW@OSUTRJPOWYA STOcm NED.
ICIVE 6"IT A TUftAN* SAVE YOUR 4ANIMALS



PROFESSIONAL CARDS


W. H. POWERS, M. D.


PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.


0ffice v)f-leViP1


OCALA.
E. W. ')AVIS.


i,)us li,-r'v f(or his s.it.. Xa l- d ,( ' 1
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V i rgin ia iin I ad ison h. f'- br ',' '' -, I, --r
consTiTIt aIIo ll d il I an!h ,l" ,> :i t T h . . -. o x
consii t ;Zii. andl M ar,-al. ,ii i *-x ,I -, A O ALA.
pioundtr of til iTIolo i i i. I., I. ; ,I ai, R. D. FI
(chief justice o' )t tl 1 l'nir,-, SIT.) .-! f,) k-. ,i
,,, .11 -- Ili'. ,l ';; 'r! --S T o.o ? ) !t k ,lS;< ;;","c,. ^ *iT
thirty-liv, var:'., wvr both Virgin- -)i t : e
atl], h ilI l .:,: 1 i~ ti ils t'r 11 lit,. I T O v e r
ians. Southern ni,. nlior, than ai n a Bu- tl I rc," ,1 1 i,,-tlr, ,h,. ,,,T'h i- itak OCALA.
one else. brought tlhe I.oui-iaina i er'i- i-ng it, ,oi it ..at-s a ,
tory into the Union, wooe(d and wolu h.coniin b,-r r.f-'-o.:i-.i.d i (',n J. E. CI
the state of Texas. andl added gih< 8s. % lat .t,-alv p, pr ,n th
Mexican possessions of th. southw.-, wrpck( )f war i- ; ,i .i.arl and ,-.
to the Union and a southern man gavy, sla#- is made rtlly for n--w erl'orn-.-
the country its guarantee against E- anc's in ocial li. T .laion -
ia l(',+,s in soc'iaIl i .. Tilt. r,,iation b,-
ropean interference in the cel-brat.,litween the north and oth i are. grow- OCALA.
Monroe doertrine.
Monroe doctrineing s strainti|. A S.-i'iT of amir.
The south has been prolific in great fast rwing. This is being pro- E P G
men. Its statesmen have been an hon- moted by a comnunitv of interest
or to the country, the names of Cal- the railroads hav bound us closer to
houn and Clay and others being imn- ether" the people are in ouch with
mortal. Its generals have attainteI other they rael to an OCALA
,each ohr hytae oat
world-wide distinction, its poets an.I I they live more and mnior together.
literary men. before going into eclipse they read the same newspapers, en-
through the shadows of war, gave tertain the same ideas, speak the
promise of great distinction. sae language, have the same reli.-
Then came the war with its blight-ion, lavender the same laws and ar
ing effects. Virginia suffered ihb of on blood.
most: its state was divided, its chiv. nt th states are roi
iHow different the states, are froii
alry shot airy shot down, its soil drenched I n1the people who live over the line in
blood, its industries paralyzed, its Mexico, and from thlse who live over|
graneries consumed by two conten.i- th- line i Canada. However much Wh
Ing armies, its prosperity destroyed ty quarrel among thomsIlves. Th. at
and its slaves, comprising a large. par- citizens of vvery state, in the Union
of its wealth, set free. cherish in their hearts their relations
The south lost its place of intfliencm'e. with ,h citizens of every other star,
The horrors of reconstruction follov.- i th, nion To ind that out all
ed: negroes were elevated to IOWo:. theby hiave to do is to get away fro. O
carpei-hag governors sold *:Ts libe- OCA ^^^ ^ ,^,w
arp~et-Iag governors sold Ts Iibe,- each (,thor for a little while. Ever '
ties: military rule enfordt a dspi.-r- ren the lnt.',l States when he*
ed order. oe, ,t roh old r!, thinks of his
This was a period o!t rranlsitio,. hoin lanl a:is (,,l's country. andt r'
'The old order lengthth." Nvw con-- ji, in l t, Stars and StaripSe, a- th,. -hi
(ditionlis arose: a lww; south eneieluz sVtbol under which we all mar( ".
new mnen came to the front a new \Vh-nh i-n. in'ets his fellow countr,.-
chivaly'v wvas horn new inIlusi tried i I lon i' es | Ot inquire
were rerated:l th. rich resources ". too.,closely into what state he is fronl
the sotithern states Iecamie appr(ciat- that vo.,l, dmake, of course. a greai
: a new daring andl a tr+'eat nt:- deal of difference in his feeling-bvt U i
priso cam+. into the hearis of01 The l,- ht, is lad all over to fin( one fro) FU
pie. It has resulted in a new sout]h hone+--t hat bi- home that str-tch*o


i has been secured. Conspicuous and ii is pointing the way to a hi h-a
i this connection will be the adu.t and more e-:alted destiny.
of 200 voices and the children's cho- 'BeIhold how good andi how lp'asa:'t
I Bof 400 voices. The Confeidera.' 1it is tor 'brethren to dwell T.ogethe+,r in
irs, although a comiarativeiv uniiry." This ought to he the watc(l-
w--C organization has won renown, word north and south for many years
Wl take part in this concert. A bani tTo) cole It will he+al the wounds 'hat
iert will likewise be given on thbis were left as the result of the old
SIft at the fair grounds. On th- struggle. Too long has the south telt
BROon of the second day there will that the north despised it. Too lon.z
b ha oral parade under the charge ," has it felt the smart of defeat, and
m et. Gov. Henry B. Gray. Wedne,- chafed under conditions that war im-
M night there will be two concerts osed. Too long has the north mi-;
S- e at the Hippodrome, and one understood the south. entertained :
S Jefferson theatre. At an open-air : feeling of anger andi reproach and
lertalnment at the fair grounds m- uslPicimt. Neither has understood t
f and fireworks will be dispense the other; both alike have be.-n
| the morning of the third day ih,. son'*twhat at fault. Neither has been
parade takes place. In impren il!ing tO forgive and for.ert injiuries-
S ess and power of stimulating neither is too willing to ('.'rish th
awUtiful and tender memories noi fullest confidence toward the other.
S er spectacle vies with. the grand 'The south does no' need pity anZ!
Irade of the Confederate Veterans.;.it ,h)es not ask any. All it wants is
i'to h ilt!alOille illthe t)ix Ing- 4 th sk,
The parade in Birmingham this yea., t tlt' .lon in te sol in of those>
W l be equal to the standard. p.Irohlbms that are peculiar to itr Thi',
Horse and automobile racing at the is a right inherent in a people thit
ft grounds in the afternoon will at- t "'.siz"s local sell to' emrnt a
S rd entertainment to the veterans nuich a- we dto in Anmerica T'he g\ -
9d visitors. The social climax is ei ashinto cann,,t le-
Sehed at night when the ball to th.'
eterans. Sons ot Veterans, sponsor.. -.-.


from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
Home interests may always create
.ectionalism: they do to some extent
within the borders of each state. Prc-
ferences and personal interests
group men into parties but more an -
mor, the barriers should fall thbit
keep our hearts apart as a people.
The southland has a glorious future
ahead of it growing out its glorious
present and past. It i ,d not be
ashamed of anything; it need not
apologize for itself nor should it b.-
over-confident and underestimate its
problems or its weakness. Nor should
it belittle the greatness of other sec-
tions of the country: the strength anI
the greatness of one part redound to
the glory of the whole. If one menim-
her suffers all the members suffer
with it. and if one member rejoices
all th other members should share"
in its joy. The southland has a gto-
rious climate, a rich soil. fabulous r-
Soti'rc's, vast stret(ches of forest, Ox-
t(nsi e harbors, wondOrful recupera-
ti,, t'orce. and tinder the smile of
hea\-n will work ott a Lreat destiny.
- lico!n Hulley. in Gospel Herald.


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ATTORNEYY AT T.A"


FLORIDA


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DENTI.T.
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F- FLORIDA
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DENTIST.

Holder Block.


FLORIDA;


ERRANT.
VETERINARY S'RGSEON


Phbyician endose P. P. P. as spIe-
did eomb4uann, and prm-cribe it with
gret Mau teetoa for the cum of alu
forms and (M of Primary. Sco m yI
and Tertiary Syphilis.Syhphiltl Uhu-
matium. Scrofulous Mlcm and sorea.
Glandular Swellings. 1heumati3n, Kid-
ney Cotmplainta, old Chronic Ulsthba



SYPHILIS

have -eslated all treatment. Catarrh. Skt
Disa.ses. Ezem.,. Chronic Female
Cl= laMts, Usrourial Poiaon. Tatter,
Sc.i;tiua', etc., ezc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonic and an
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from yggxiflg the systm m cuedg.by
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~isadIuwhons, 870 ua anpoinozed sa"
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Rhode Island Reds
Barred Rocks
Black Minorcan
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complete Price list.


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Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
and General Metal Workers.


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


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JACKSONVILLE. FLA


Also a few Plymouth Rock Hens, $1
each; and Eggs for Hatching after
February 1, $2 per setting.
ENTERPRISE POULTRY Y(IRDS
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v AM~wsA j AND wT h | s t ber GN.WMARiNO or- SLLEVEW 3WR | HAPPSNIUS AT AMDALUSIA CAT A CONSIENTI@US VOTE
Srageed girl are among the pretti-
6al OC Ocala Baser: est In the land. Special Cor. Ocal Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Martel, Fla., May 13 108.
WWfrids. the weird &ad roman The Rogers candidate picnic at Mrs Frank Pelot gave a party for The public school, conducted by To the Voters of Marion County:
Oklawalha, still wends its way Lynne will be the biggest event of to- her young friends one evening lastMissLu Driggers, closed May, A
*0a the crooked goge; the ,SY day on this side of Jordan. week and, if we may judge by the Mi Lau s close M 9 A it is now within a few days o
prtty rdAs, mocking, red, martin CHATTEN CHUM. sounds to be heard there until a late with a splendid picnic given by the the primary election, wish to say a
S tpoor-will, and the others are still hour, the young people enjoyed them- patrons and friends of the school. few words in regard to a question that
Utg 4 their songs in the same sweet ITEMS FROM EVINSTON : selves very much. The program for the day was nicely ms to agitate the pubc consider-
t; the continuous woods are right' Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt leaves tomrorow prepared by our worthy teacher. It is this: Should a candidate be
were they were several mooms ago, Special Cor. Ocala Banner: for a several weeks' stay with her After Miss Driggers called her Iexpected to explain his position on
acpt a few giant pines, cypress, etc.., Arthur Flewellen has recently pur-imother in Georgia. Her mother is
failed by the woodman's axe. but th" chased the Neal place. now occupied, I Mrs. Helen Northey. recently of ool together she appointed the fol- the question of prohibition?
afwance is made for these few miss- by Mrs. Dorsey as a boarding house ., Ocala. j lowing judges to decide who won the or on a he hould and will
lig in that a deeper growth of green- and will move to the same in July. Several members of the Belleview prizes: Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Shortridgj gie my reasons for saying so.
ery as been annexed to the ons un-. Mrs. Dorseyv has rented the old Du- Worlers wil iea-ve for their northern and Mr. J. D. Hobkirk. For tbe last two or three years we
harmed by the axe; the fish. in rivcripuy place, which now b-longs to Mrs. 'homes thi. month. The Workers are Miss Driggers, assisted by Mr. Eu- have had enough said on prohibition.
aNd lakes are biting in the same oMt Nors worthy She is quite ick. Her to give a pleasant little picnic luncli gene Burleson, started the children' pro and con, with anyone with normal
intellect to have come to a conch:-
way; the wild boarhunting on Hughes many friends hope for her a speeiv `' honor of th departing members foot races, and Master Benjamin Bur- soo t e ct
ad Patts. islands is as grand as ever: i recovery. tomorrow, leson won the prize-a fan. ioT on the ubcti.
everyone wears the same happy tmnil-. T Mflnto.h high -chool closed Mrs. Cauthen and daughter, MiLs The backward foot race prize was,
publc sevantare o.esv hnigh
W the general news of this great last week Friday night the P:line, lave gon- to visit friends wou by Miss Ethel Hobkirk-box of pubc san are honesty and ca-
,_ pability.Ths(rhbto)iavtl
#alley is ju.t the same. whether we, gave a -oet. interesting ent-rtainnm.ent ad rtiatives in Americus. Ga., after stationery. moral issue. If he candidate is an
are lazy or not. a h n which l-,v wiil vilit in different The egg in spoon contest was wonr
Dorn. to Mr. and Mrs. D L. Gra- fo m Micanop to attend, ': of .\!abama. Thev expect t to re- by Miss Lillie Ellis-box of station-i 1nest man he will come squarely
at Gaineville Sunda. Ma i Seeber. ry. orward and say how he stands in re-
baln. at Galne!-ville, Sunday. May If).' .rurn in Sept*eirber. ery.,
Saturiav rornin. au 1l, o'clock th, gard to it: he will no no fece-strad-
Mar. r. Hain-=s cut hi: foot quite bad'.- The sack race was won by Maste ad
Mis Perry is the guest of her si. class ot .' r ivd their iloma..,a week, but Mr. Gross took such Oscar Ellis-handkerchief. *lng for the sake of a few votes.
tWr. Mrs. Robert Rogers. of Lynne. Those who graduated were MissIgood care of him that he was soon Th2, older people then joined th, If by this me he as t come
Mr. Pat Randall took the following Rebecca Gist. Virginia Allen. Lilliaa able to be around again, school children in amusing games un- a conclusion in rgard to the ques-
party to the springs on Monday last Norsworthy nd William Christian. Mrs. Riley has had her house new- til noon, when a well prepared dinner, tion, then he is not capable of filling
a his launch, the Winona. Mr. and; Miss Rebeca Gisi has been awari ly painted, which improves its ap- with lemonade and ice water, was an offlee in the gift of the people, o
Mrs. Edward Moody, Mrs. Charl-.* ed by Sutherland Colle ,: a free scho.- pearance very much. She has also greatly enjoyed by everyone present. matter wiat the duties are in connec-
lmers. Miss Perry. sister of Mrz. arship for the best standing in th,- had the out houses newly shingled and In the afternoon those present were tion with it.
Rogers, Mrs. Howard B. Halt and W- class of .140'. considerable o.h-r repairing done to entertained by the school with recitra- Also when you vote do not be lel
daughter. Opal. of Arcadia, Miss Mas Misses Taylor and Farrel. "ho her proerty. tions, dialogues and tableaux, after astray by what a man claims he has
Holy of Eaton creek and several oth- taught in the Mclntosh school fo: the Rev. A. C. Sirdefield has made out which Mr. Shortridge, the supervisor done (possibly a generation ago), any
er. past three years, left Sunday for their i petition :and is circulating it among of the school, was called on for an more than by fair promises as to what
Mr. Alosso Long attended to court Kentucky homes. They both have the patrons of the postofflce. The pe- address, which he delivered in his us- he is going to do Get busy and flni
agirg in Ocala the tore part o last given up the scbol business, but it t!tion asks for the closing of the post- ual pleasant manner, affording much out what it amounts to Just now.
wk. Is reported that the latter will return office on Sunday. Belleview is the enjoyment to all. Do not be biased by sentiment. Do
Miss Rebecca Counts is in Ocala in another capacity; at !east one o' only town of its size that has a Sun- Mr. J. D. Hobkirk then compli- not cast any complimentary votes.
thi. week. the guest of relatives and our prominent Mclntosh bachelors day mail between Tampa and Jackson. mented Miss Driggers on the success- Every vote counts.
triMhs has been trying for some time to ville. A good many names have been ful manner in which she had conduct- The right to cast his vote as his
Mrs. W. H. Carlton. who is ill It persuade her to do so. He accompan- secured, ed the short term of school, to the conscience dictates is one of the citi-
Mr. Alien Carlton's in Ocala. has suf- led her as far as Jacksonville on her Mrs. J. N. Shedd is clerking in Me- satisfaction of both patrons and schol- zen's dearest privileges. It is the bul-
S aestly recovered her health and return home. and we hope it won't b Gehee & Mayo's store in place of Miss lars, and in behalf of the patrons, wark of the nation's liberties, though
tength that Miss Alma Sanderson, long before he will bring hor back lvah Gaie. who has rsigned her posi- asked Miss Driggers to teach this at present very much in need of re-
e of the nurses, has returned to her again tion to return to her home in Ver- school the next term, to which Miss pair. Help to mend it by casting a
hoae in Gainesville. The nurse froy.:i Miss Charlotte Parnhach closed mont. She is taking a short rest be- Driggers very pleasantly consented, raight-out conscientious vote on
Jacknomville. Mrs. Edwards, is still lher school at Sarasota on the 1st an1 fore starting on her journey. A short walk took the crowd to the Tuesday, the 19th of May.
with Mrs. Carlton. The latest news Saturday. the 2nd. was married to F. Several people of Belleview have packing house of Mr. J. D. Hobkirlz, Yours truly,
says that Mr. Carlton. her husband B. McCall. a promir-nrt yv.ing m-r- been called to Ocala this week to at- where a very pleasant dance was en- ARCH CUTHILL.
has typhoid fever, chant oT that ci:vy. Attr a flw day rtend co:irt. We notice that some o-. joyed until 11 p. m.
Mr Pat Randall is giving the Win- spent in T '-a and Augustine. (ti tl,'o rfer To court in other places, Miss Driggers. in company wit: National Committeeman
3rid*-,Ari groon
na a new coa: of paint h)rid,, i .groon (' Th.iiti, the,, but .f!t)n ha.- such a v -iy with him her mother, left for her Lake Weir T
Mrs. Peter L. Durisoe of Petersbur., -,1 i,,' BDardnaian. wher- rhh, v'-- tar ,.v h-, :ays to ih.t -" Come," home on Sunday. to the regret of the Theris are two candidates named
was ca!iing o, friends in Grahanvili, -i',,i th., i rl.-' f':ipi! h,,ore ruir ju.-.t naturally hav-- to go. whole community. oers dsre theteection ofme. f
"I-I l- totersadesire the electionaof W.,..
Monday. in to S:riscta. v.he,' t.h.' are n)', W. \V. Cowles leaves today for hi,.i- Mr. and Mrs. Desiderio of Taiipa. Bryan. president, they should vote
The many friend; of Miss Hile, tping house. limnie in !r'id-eporL. Conn. He ex- who have been visiting their parents for his kinsman. William S. Jennings,
.dr.-. 'Mc, --A" i--; qv.:.t(.- ~e :ano ho n-frmenocasonsdeansta.
Mill regret ver a miuch that she is on M a i. )(:t 2 e 1 'k1 I et, to i',:: trlv in the fail. for a short while, left Monday for who on former occasions deonstrat-
the sick list. ao:p!lsn- yountl, wO1i,... a.nid X G,.i.."jo('tor h, l (ed from their future home in New York. h pat, anits inite ev
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harvey, the many adni-'er who regret vr" m'<.i the still into tie Polly-%(ale house. ORANGE BLOSSOM. ocratic leaders of national reputation
Johnstown. Pa.. couple, who spent to have her leave this n,%ghborhoo i. The tovu election passel -ff quietly as being one of the ablest and most
their honeymoon here at the Ranlail but we all wish her a long. happy yoster.,ay with no opposition to tb, That jumbo edition of the New useful men that could be named on
Hotel have returned home and prosperous wedded life. ticket nominated at the caucus:. York World is out and it pritts a bi o t hen comingcontes Those-
1h Grahamvllle Sunday school (M. Miss Griffiin. the principal of Mcln- Those elected were: Mayer. J. Mill. picture of Mr. Pulitzer It cannot be sharing this view should vote for
B.) has been reorganized. Mr. Allen tosh high school, has received a fla-- somr clerk and treasurer, L. L. Hop- said that he is great good looking. William S. Jennings.
Gibmon is superintendent. Sunday tiring offer from Sutherland Colleg kins: collector. Amos Nott: council- ,-,-,-,


SA TwmRIDUR

Jefferson 3. Drowns of Key V W@
CaMdfte ftr Governor
The Baird Hardware Company, a
Sof the largest wholesalee and ret-
establishments in the state, have M
out the following letter from thek
store in Gainesville:
Gainesvile, Fla., April 24, 190M.
To the Merchants of Florida:
Gentlemen-While Hon. Jefferms
SB. Brownue w-s chairman of the rail-
road commission. I fi!ed with that
body three petitions, one being for a
revision of classification, which w=
granted, and reduced freight ow
s:oves in carloads 40 per cent., oa
sash and doors 60 per cent, on agri-
cultural implements 33 1-3 per cent,
on jugs and stoneware. 50 per cent.
In dollars and cents the saving on a
single carload of stoves was $45. oa
sash and doors. $37.50, on agricultur-
al implements. $20. on stoneware&
$20.
In the handling of this petition I
received several valuable suggestions
from Commissioner Browne; these I
acted upon. The other two petitions
were local in character, affecting
Gainesville only. Both were granted.L
One of these was settled without for-
mal hearing, and saved for our ship
pers several thousand dollars every
year.
So little publicity is given the do-
ings of the railroad commls-Iasesr
that facts like the formging are mwi-
dom known to other than those di-
rectly interested.
Yours truly.
W. B. TAYLOR.
Mr. Taylor is vice president am,
treasurer of the Baird Hardware C.
P. P. LIPPMAWS GREAT RM.
EDY
Is the greatest blood purier in the
world; superior to all arsaparla
for the cure of Scrofula in Its wont
form, Goitre, Hip Disease, 8welld
Neck, Running Sores and Sores In
the eyes.
P. P. P. makes a sure and perma-
nent cure.
Miss Ida Hastings, Sava-nah, Gs,
says she was suffering all the torture
of a terrible case of scrofula, and s
relief could be obtained until P. P.
P., ULppman's great remedy, wa
tried; the result was a complete eco.
Sold by all druggists. 1
Mr. A. J. Knight of Tampa. is a
candidate for delegate to the Denv w
convention. Mr. Knight is an en-
tremely popular citizen and will pe
a heavy vote in south Florida.


dbool meets at 3:30 Sunday after to again become on ut ts u taulty, men. J. J. Nelson. J. A. Freeman, 0.
Om at the M. K. church, but has refused, and remains with us M. Gale. R. C. Ridge, J. H. Ashworth.
Mr. Henry Heinemann. the mail car- at a abetter salary than she formerly The councilmen did such good work
trier. is buying Ocala property, received, last year that they were all re-elected.
Mrs. A. Long and Mrs. E. L. Mills Miss Belle Bishop of Ocala has ac- Miss Grace Miller of Eustis has re-
were recent shoppers to Ocala. c4pted one of the vacancies at the turned to her home after visiting her
We all deeply regret the accident McIntosh school, made by Misse- old Belleview friends for several
which betel Mr. Edward Rogers of Taylor and Farrel resigning weeks.
Lywn a few days ago. when he in Mr. Robert L. McCarley has return- Mr. Jolh Harrell had the misfor-
sBe way fell and wrenched his arm. ed from Palm Beach and other South tune recently to run a large splinter
Dr. Percy LiAsk is his physician. Florida points, where he has been into his hand several inches. He
Rev. Lord. who preaches at the M spending the past five months, went to Ocala to have the wound at-
K. church in Grahamville on Wednes- F. D. Sampson and Dr. Richardson tended to
day evening after the second Sunday have gone to Gainesville to be in at-t
and on the fifth Sunday. where there tendance at the meeting of the state WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
is oe, filled his appointment her,'e horticultural society, which is hold-
Wednesday evening. Quite a good lug its sessions there this week. Spec'ai Cor. Ocala Banner:
saed bunch was out to hear him. The truckers have raised such poor 0 Tiuesday. the !2rh inst., Alachna
v" r u,..1^ lk,----, UY, ^ w ^ .,. crops and realized such small p)ri-es p,.,! i. nnn, ,al ii,' ".,.; hol ni-ni.--


JL L1. JLI l iniU e uif I U- w u n u- *. *
day of last week for an extended vio-
it to California.
We will write a prediction for tnh'
Bic City, viz: May 11. 1911:
1wce the Minnesota man camp
down in 1908 and erected a windmill
an the place he purchased out on
Magbolia Drive. and started the west-
erC plan of irrigation and succeeded
so well in his first years efforts, no
lew than eighty windmills have gone
up in the neighborhood of Ocala up
to date. Out of the eighty mills and
farma. twenty are owned by new
farmers--moved in from Georgia. Al-
aama. Tennessee and other states.
Se Ial days ago a bunch of Pensa-
j oltans arrived, and they have mon-
ey, too. Said they were in for farm-
tag On a large scale: would buy lands
ald nstall windmills and irrigation
vmtAm,= We tnld them they were in


for th1, sante. due to the continue
drouth and financial situation, that
*hey ft4l quite blue, and certainly
have cause to f.'l so. This be'.ng
the second dry year in succession it
makes the vegetable business look
very discouraging.
The corn crop is going to be very
short and poor.
Miss Louise E. Reed has closed he,
school at Bradentown, and is at hom.-
to spend several weeks.
Mr. Jack Reed has bought the Fit-
iss farm for his daughter. Mrs. Paul
Bateman.
Mr. and Mrs. Bateman are now at
Mr. Reed's, and will not move to their
new home until later in the summer
Miss Alice McRae closed her school
at Evinston Friday and has moved
to her brother's home for the summer
J. A. McCarley will move into his


.L I -_ CCIAVAI41 04LI _7 a--I' I
here. They had be-'n tendered the
free use of the swimu,,ing pool for the
aay- by Mr. Lamb. the proprietor. They
arrived on the regular train at 7:40
a. m. The railroad company gave
a special rate and there were two
coaches? well filled. They brought
baskets loaded with good things to
eat and all had a jolly good time.
Worthington Springs is an ideal
place for a picnic. The fishing, boat-
ing and bathing furnish amusements
for the day that are both enjoyable ?
and healthful. The picnickers, weary,
but well pleased with their day's out-
ing, boarded the train at G p. m.,
homeward bound.
There will be an annual basket pic-
nic and barbecue held here each year,
in May. the first of which will take
place on May 29th, to which every-
body is invited. Some of our next


Genuine John B.


Stetson Hats
only $3.98


Galvanized Wash


Tubs


only


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98 cents


Glass Lamps fit-
ted with number 2
burners, complete

only 24 cents


Mennen's Talcum


Powder, a box
only 15 cents


"CREX" Grass Rugs
size 38 x 72 inches


only $1.24


U


White Semi-Porce-
lain Bowl and Pitcher


Guaranteed Guitars


A bargain


only $2.23


I WILL


8 inch Embroidery
Edging, per yard

only 10 cents


72 in. Mosquito fl0s
iron frame, ready to
put up
only $1.14


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Around this page will

be found a few of my

everyday prices, what I

have for sale can be pure

chased at my store for

less money than elsewhere,

Try me once and see

if I am telling the truth,


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Fancy Colored Dras
Lawns, per yard


only 5 owts


Amoekeag Aproma
Gingham. per yard
only 6 cents



White Porcelain
Breakfast Plate
only 6 cents


Men's Balbrigga
Underwear
only 24 cents


2 qt. Enameled Cov-*
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W. iWnII O101 LIEAVIES IN His
NEWSAPER SOAT
The most daring voyage ever at-
t oted from this city will be corn-

S "b isfl, newall o shell for New Yor0. "
at 9 o'clock and will proceed up North
tvr, taking advantage of the inlani'! r *'
NOW-ways wherever offered.
The boat is built entirely of news-
a all of the prominent papers of mm-
SftUnited States and several foreign OPO
hel' being used in the construction d fI
ag the craft. The papers are placed I....
dh to the geographical positionW heGce s O
i1 the cities in which they are prin:-
7. The Record is at the extreme end
41 the bow, representing St. Augus- o
One. Other papers follow. Florida mm-
&Wiing the leading place, then comes 0
Gorgia. South Carolina and so on to
Mfw York. The papers really indi- .
te the route which Capt. Johnson -
ill follow. After reaching New York
be will turn westward and eventual. H NOW is the time to put your stock in goo con-
mAh the Mississippi river, down d oo1
which he will float to the Gulf of Mex. -
e t is aarvelofinenIitI.I edition. W e have just received a large
The boat is a marvel of ingenuity. ",
The various compartments are water- l mg
**ht and he will store food and rai- COns nment of
-t with perfect safety in them. cosg m n
2eseat is a miniature truck, running .
tiny metal wheels, so as to give -
Magicwith each motion of the body whenPoultry
Me work of propelling the craft Is in

The following route has been out- MSkPt
aed by Capt Johnson:
Leaving hereWednesdaymornn o- BOTH IN PACKAGE AND 30 POUND BUC
be iVl go up North river to its head b
where a haulover will be taken to pm
Pabo Beach. stopping over night,
avlag there the next day viaPablo -
to Mayport Leaving ypot RED ROCK INgER ALE quarts and pints, also EM
Ow next day, the route will be to Fer-
i nuia. Brunswick, Savannah, Portin
rald, Deaufort, Charleston, George- R RO GR A
twa, Southport, Wilmington, N. C.. -
Watiwwville. swansboro. Moorhead ow
COy. Bewsfort. up Core Sound, t3 -
r q ftsmouth. on Pamlico Sound, up jb
S fte ognd to Manteo, oan Roanoke Is- 4b^ CA I
W across Albemnarle Sound to Eliz-
abeth Citty, through the Dismal dm.- W
SCanal to Portsmouth, Norfol 0 we have a large and assorted stock of Penny Candies a
-J Newport News. up the Chessa- .1l C% -. TM%
eak Baya to AnPolismoBaltimorf ol. q
_N re. t 'oSeUPDelaa.ltreth Ca pails Stick and the Southern Department Candy, all
Qulei peake canal will be taken to
iaere.w Delae We offer at attractive prices, Be sure and nclu
heNew Castle, Philadelphia, Camden,
I Teiton (via canal), New Brunswicl:. ^
I tticeton. Berth Amboy. and Kill vou m 1a l in the dne t o rde
..-sma st net oderyou send in.
r 1[ to Elizabeth, Bayonne, and then AA in
S! the Hudsonte to the canal leading to ..- _________________________________________________________________
Harlem river, and to the house of '
Nmopariel Rowing Club.
r. J re te ma:manybstopsovernight wt ee Handle; Robertson's Grape Juice, in pints and quarts
F Ce mat be many stops over night at ^
I-- where the Grapes grow, Guaranteed the be
: A ustsne Record.


;- THE HALL OF FAME ~
Sepresentative Hardwick of Geoo...- Jello and Jello Ice Cream Powder, 2 dozen to the
aft d Is the smallest man. physically, in '-

i QSenator Culberson of Texas refuses
SIs bctr ke. He thlh Cigars, Cheroots and Tobacco, a full assortm
Senator Heyburn of lIaho, repub.i- --,-,
in thinks It is of enough importance -k
to say In his official biography, "h
S notaffected by the silver craze Grand Pa's, Fairbanks and Uncle Sam's Tar S
Ah e 183.. _________________
Job Sharp Williams, democratic
bsed of the house and senator-elect -
i m Mississippi, Intends to write Force, Korn Kinks, at Meal and Elahs Ma
V of Thomas Jefferson when he gets p. Oa an Ma
swond to it. o
Aside from his job as president of ^"
e United States. President Roos,.- 401
_k has one or two other positions. _
He is presiding officer of the Smith- | I Fe H an
mnian Institution, one of the mana- 1
jpn of the National Soldiers' Homc, d F
-d patron of the Institution for th,,
a.dJubt.Ber of th n.,e Purina, Shorts, Bran, C S. Meal, Feed,Sc
at supreme court, likes to go to foof
Attuc city an. stroll on oa a and complete stock of fancy and staole rn


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