The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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NI A-A I -F *F J fjA"JIA . J.1 Cl rt


'! h Se .?nual baccalaureate sermon AS ITO
Ar Kl~ n I N I~l R~fto *ll ht o- grallhiates of tbte Ocala H'igh At the annual nre*ering of theN- Fi
SPRIN T O N I IBLOOD 'Se, oo;, w-as this.-,ear delivered by Dr. tiona nta As-,,,ri,,,r at Bimin- .
W. H. Dodge, the Presbyterian pas- ham. Alabama. last week, Dr..ameing Up
-4 __ E~tDY I or. at thk. Baptist church Sunda,- Edward ('hace of this city- was ,.t patrons in particular; for r<
3O T EKRMZDY B prn aptst a lvnOcok
^ ^ K moRngT, sTmornin-g last at wasleveno o'"clokb e,-. ed president of that body. ishness forhel t es
BO I 5Thp service was opened by Dr. .nDr. Chacc is,,.ogm. ; a- oh; hp in tim
I~g~li 1Bl Dr Chco .< ... ,.. ,,>Small depositors andsi
i -. H "Dodge. after which the congregation the fines litist, in 1 .. souDh anp
i ml sang a hymn. his ability is ,nqi.e n t- The U
sift Cf t RIS R,:v. R. H. Barntit of th. Methodist dentists all over thl <.,,nry. and hi. a
cbm, t r11o church. fd an-i appropriate, criptur election to the preside:cv of the na- f
FO D LA -S d les-on. followed by Rev. G. H. Harri- tional a.:-ociation is a vry high hon- OCALA, -
son o ,f (race Episcopal church, whos,-or to so votig a {'-. r C
St liSo!r .a, ,rooyonga Ie t Dr. Chia & ---'--o.
,,'Fr- a .-, a Iost lautifil on'.T. friends congratulate on the g'tHE PRIMARY ELECTION
-TIE.'T --hn was eofll)osClet Mrs. n' honor that has bt-t-r. i,-towod ujon OALA
j^,1 H. .'hns.on. Mrs. Harry Laphamn. Mrs.!i
~ him.
momLY AE. H..More. M1rs. A. E. (Gerig. Mrs. '
-nul Eo w-'Is Dr. Carroll H. Frin,, (` Fernaniina -
asSS^a SS i F. B laloc^<. >>lr" Thelia firstr lr.5^ ri T (marv in Ocala pa
F.,lllauock. N. illiam Hockt-r, _1r-_1and Dr. \VN. G. Mason o' Tampa. two
P., r, D. E Mc l'-r. Mrs. William Goin. ts,'. i off as quietly as a summer zeph3
P O S T.ONlvlvot--- "Nirs. "'iil 1;,',,i1-, "" in other prominent Florida dl-ntists, w r, ,
sense_ | *M -.ir in, MNssrs. A. E. (Geri. re-electhed recording and correspond- a moonlit sea. It looked like Su
rllNJV I IILH '. S .... I-,C IS. .A. Nash, .. (.ri- J.|" s ,raries, in rh country. Everybody seem<
POSTa OFFICE I_ F antl Gc--t, h lriI tt i S Eeyb
i .. ^ ,!ah) 'i an,{3It. .MP I Th Florida Stara 1Dtntal S,)l.iarS have made up their mnds bfore
DRUG STORE "T Z1aIn t.ad:s~c ad~ae~
h Playn tTl C ,], H | .... -;- aud Mis::s.\a;r;.^ ^1"^^ ^ -Tanlpa May 21. an, .
LJ11U. i) lUatL- MB.'i !;. (',,,ll'or r :*ltr,*l' 1 A>- At this meeting Dr. Chac- win candidates.
D R U GS T O R E cmp., n,> tn their -iolins. t^ ,he rpsponsp ?1-o !he addr,.s ef lntitr th_ !orida syttm, the
___________we__ome.__i______ _____________________ T welcome. H also on ,her progranI ss occupation, liki- Othpllo's, sr
-Ba:i+ ,- r;n-.wn." bl) Flot(w. ".vhi<.1 0or a papk r on "Operative Clinic: to have departed.
SCa ind Personal Mr. Clifford Anderson came up from ,>vIiy in 1 n, ,, -' Practical Cast Inlay. '-in- th*e Tag- The saloons were (losed as tigi
.a n P o Holder Tuesday. He was here to vo p !'-,.*-;r'+,. ,art Casting Machine." a -rick the evening before and
!~All of Ocala's outside citizens seemed ;"D r', -1(,)* Mrs. Mo. :.ii, lr. L. F. Blalock will read a paper man under the influence of Mr.
Capt. John L. Inglis was a distin-tnot to forget this duty they owe to -hr.iy a solo. "The Shihr u" n "The Treatment of Roor-Canals. Barleycorn, or any of his distant
guished visitor Tuesday. hems-lve. and their country. h il'.' vih rh- ran aco1ai- did not make his appearance at
"wTV,. U ,,ov w ^' n ly. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HOLD ME- polls nor on the streets.
Mr. A. 3. Leavengood came up ye-- i Mrs. George Wiliams and littl-. [,: l()4P h1. Oly Ii- ,i in <.i MORIAL SERVICE Good nature raillery and anec
terday from Stanton to vote. daughter came home Tuesday after- .ol(, ihinf -i'1 a v -'ar. bt in a: on he various candidates occ
Gam garden McCranhv om i oo from Ta hre Tu hes a af-;', ao ', r .a e him- The Knights of PyThias held a me- the attention of the, by-standers
nloon from Tampa. where they ra- ,t~n endeP.re, ,ir-
lGame Warden eiCrane owas i -f kit ri. i,, i hnhb rs r1 hP )w anorial service Suinday afternoon at
spending two w-ks with r-la- never at any time was there any
Ow Monday. j ives. ,.'h ,h ..p.1 hts ma.-e wny fri.nls ( Cast le Hall. The servic- was largely d arguments or unseemly dispute
M .J h H. a,-:,, ,'h, (,',h ,- (' o nnr, -,i. :C ':uannlTd and was a vry bautifl andds of the rspective
Mr. John H. Mathews of cand i ers Mrs Lland -'rierson and litti I, a,: a2 w,, glad hat h' wa. I,, rnlll onl didates talked loudly and enthu
was amongthe out of town visitors on Jtrha'-(a Ialre'C s. H 1. H, M.m(n a or tically for their favorites, but no
Tuesday. son uf Jacksonville. alter spendin'-: it,,} "< r''a'h tP. l)a,. Ttsdy r-n days in Ocala s h '** ari plnude. at ttr which, the re',la" backed their faith in w.zing the
Mr. B. T. Perdue has accepted a po- Mrs. K P Tha.ard n Miss ii;::i t I *o"-' ' :, ':unin tn. -i, i the order was ho.d. o t real n h .s,'cWs of
sition with the Rentz Lumber Con,- Thagar,1. left T'lu sia.' !u-tlir-! r. < ;' ;, '"1, Pail to '" .;lIta'.\ 1. e tl, ],ra- r. a. af .lfr lr tanh as a olo c hampions.t o
pan at Silver Springs.. -- i"-t' a h n a a rif a It wa h a al as flo
M r. P. R. Lester wa'- in u:, w. '*u '-- '; , t.,.s ,,.- ,oilws: "'i-aily. t('II- ; ', ;i)j',. I 0 d P thia.. i
Mr. J. R. C'. Dunn of Richnm om, l uay. having. cork. 'ro *. ini. i opo,. \}. U "*'! t tliil ',- .; 'f 'i ; i s nown r'
spent Sund-. in Ocala with h.is a,' 'in hi- tfani'''v, a"'' ( ', ;, *N t;;' ,,," .>'r 'N', are ho( r. t. ". i. i:i(' ,n whi('! 1'. c;' P ordr CARD OF THANKS
ily. shaking i hands v, i his ,',s' '. ,,11 -,.-II. ',.v JtsT. w:',iatso)e\( \" '., ,, .. ---rh-
... .t'i n s. H is aln r'. j:,I'. tn .x j ) r i 'aS iil'e. \\w hat':) '\, 1r 1hiI ," I!
se Plank' Chill Tonic. "2"c. --e r.asT. hs vballo'. Irv1t, ;, i a- cled. ani i:t vacant hali r their nmeting Friday "ttri
bottle: guaranteed. Sold by all drug- -- ; i her- 1" a:n \irti'.. '' ,;a.t was wr-athd,! wvirh flowv(r-. .owav a vote of thanks to M.I and
gists. M .'. A. .I Bri.ancc "itr'.r.v w ,, .: ;,,.. ,... ., ;, :, t! ,; Rv. (;. H-. Harrison. rctor or W ood ot the Berlin Theater, f(
the 'd(.'' fo 1 cf r islN' aniti i, ', :, -. ,i i," .V i;";'(.( ":piscopal chrihi preachedl th. "'I. satis!a'ror' 1livisioll of sh
Mr. and M;-. Frank Drake anl dry for Key \W.st. ,., l: ? ...-,., -;i< \viii .e h.. hr' tnorio;al sermon and he aequitt 1 from one day's exhibition of see
S daughter will not leave until the se"'- gc four pTri.-.e'iiIs. h "ho i'. ,r t7 ;I,'!' ";,..', ;;':,, ;*-.c,,vc ;, ,! n ;ri. a ; h' iiis( It'f in the so lndid fli:;nncr that is to M r S lvest.r for cancelling a
ententh of June for Europe. be tried at the ,l l :-senll T '; )f f "' ,IG, ,( -,; )*. ;j , p ea,.-, 4 so) '*-ir;.y C ,*t his b,'a utoifui ad- against them to M-srs. Mclv.
cir<.ui, c,,urt. i.::. ... v i,.. \<.V i (!:'.s,':. MaeKay. for mlany favors shown U
Judge W S. Bullock ha< sentencedl s.. Ix,,'a,. ;:, ;,. ',.., ,i;ai:.: \t:, r u s<,lo ( # X .i ,,-n .! r,-n,!r'dl by mni speciallyly ,he latter for vaIlu
John O'Ne-ill. wv io killed Sirreon M-- 1, an' P ar i ,ldi.., ,,p I ,.(. ,;,,,' ;". Ii" .1 h ,i -,r l ii n :.i's. T. ..lo nson ;. he osi a vie and h lp rnd r .
T. H. ,Johnsn xfld h 'Oiga n epre~ee Te
Leadon. for the balance of his natural renhici Mrs. C. V. Millk 's hoi- ,, t:,,s I. is i'ay.r. ,he -embers a ,i many o, ,-eurn hanks to th o tofederate
lie., ,, -.h. Second street which has r'-c,,, ','-\ :,,r 'ntion 1 h' their friends proce.-,ii,, ro the tw', ,rans for a liberal contribution to
v -,-n (( culiel by Mrs. .1ulia Paln,, l" : V.. .,, !-'. ,'hthed his id .a ',.-< !,eari.is and the i'8 \es o( thf nionuri ,t find. mention of which
Mrs. H. C. Judd and baby have gon. and ,, will h+ii hon.,k~i: : r i ,,,,' :.. :, I1 ga\e ti j, sl,-eping knights were si r,-wn with ,unintniionallv omitted in the Ba]
to Lake Weir. where they will spe-nd once. fj. g, :., ., ,;,any i injijortant i fdea o e',:s and evergreen{<, list of ('ont,?ibutors. Also for a
a portion of the summer. Mr. .ldl to (. I' ;\' *. v. :h rheni not oi>!v f ('(ilt ri1mtion from Dr
will go down for Sun1days. .ir. Samuel \\. Iteltew \ of ,tisiric, o (-" ;,, ,.
willNo. 2, was in Ocala Monday. lo :i- a h' ,'* -cti in:il lines, but Ior:il Ater the candida 1,s nad finished ;.Morgan Smith ,o hei!' to settle al
Mrs. Julia Palmer and Mr. and Mr'. at the Stokes Ferry picnic Saurdla: ,- a- l'- .- as'<, d them and all na iht. .Maj. L. T. lz- cidental expem'nses accruin" from
S W. T. Alop and habv left Mondlay and act.! as master o, c.e. onil- W. T* -iiB> and hab' left Moda an act- as niatt' '0*. ce'HO1 ii irI' s't il>eal ais nierc~i' meetiiiig, and so happily introd ticeil pliri iig *jow.rs. Nor would t hev
M afternoon for Dunedin. where they and performed the ,lutis ('r ti,. "i, t" i lh i~leal as m erti" ,e ig, a s h ic ph'n" i"- *l w .' No w*""ld th .
i rde this summer. ice in a most Ieasing a < i: !,i.h t :i;ake a liviigi bi' the speakers. made a brief address on get th." ;n,<-r.rst anhl iinlness n
ies rs mm r" ,.nn+r. 1to is \- v ],o::', Itr i:: ,.-, ", 3.4,,.' 'i:L + *if,' did not mere- 'the political onllook of the state. and fest,.d 1,v M... ( oW ,lieul ;n taking
Mr. Frank Sanders returned to his his district. c 41- '. ,.; i, O tijot.ofe |t of world!: disc(use( l the constit tional a mend- tures 'or ihe iii of the= ,ionumntnt.
e at Brooksviile Monday afrof- 'I.I ;f,;,:-. ,,,iif ni ;'oy attribtes *i hnt>nr t hat ha posedsd for adoption the group o" ('hildreui presenting

"., hi (',ri t-it ,)u l b1 e th.. ttiioi;.h the colt.nnmis (of this Iap,'r ihirle.- ('oif,-'ate slates, and
noon after a short visit in Ocala wib r. Charles W 'o'rn ,-,'. a ,,,,'! ...
hii -u, Mrs.G eorge Martin. u -e v i i, as ;n the -' (" Iiit,'. so0I e time go<. Major' zlar ih, i i- r,,spondting with the hhi,'teen star
his aunt, Mrs. George Martin. i t aio 'ney o Arcadia \\ s :11 ti,. -g M j W
Mr. ald Ansle n ci for a few y ,of s SaLtulat oti 0 t,- N/<*a :o'a i.' ii f
SnMr. Donald Ansle. after spending s. Ma y .. ,. a ; ;io.,,ih stu(iy i oir hii( i City who is a carlidate for comp- The monument is the result of
fessional busilles-. Nir. FOi'escrr v-.^
o week fi Ocala with his sister, Mrs. -achotls. h-Ini;t v.anited the pupils in thbk troller, whe explained the unjust re- large-hearted literalitv of the pee
BllodewtrtretoBos-a former ,'esideut ol ()caiin some v .i .i*r i
Sandford Jewett. returned to Brooks.- a r a a. la .'riHal studlios of life riot to neglec' Iport about his shortage as postmaster who, with open Nurses, gracious sn
vile Sunaday afternoon, and, and lo\es hh ce wO fea aih suies as well. at that place. Mr. Knigh.t said that and kind words, responded to the
vleSnaafeno.ner's valued eniiopl~es. hllcICCw('fee, Iht s~il'tI suisa el
ner" \i )' l)Dodge's sermon was a splendi i the reverse of this was true, that in- peals of the Daughters of the ('or
Miss Mamie Martin leaves the lat- proud of the 1)ron)innece he h, as reaciI
Miss Mamie Martin leaves the lat- dprud f te proe e one. ani.l !ie closed hds remarks by a !stead(l of being short he was actually eracy.
ter part of this week for Alabama. ed in hi,-('hosen j)rotesSdon in fDe'1;3o- II1
wter prt of this week for Alabama. ;iiad: n' al ;-sa' .. J oli(-.(1,rison 41l Christ i Theo botanical oover-remitted to the government, anl in behalf of Dickison (Chapter
where she will spend the summer with He biad s a 1 s X ., ;,li as -'it- !eai iful Rose otSharo!lhat tho inspector will 1t-2r h-a e u (a l r i.d t ....
.',1;,;v a, 4'kt,. ,,a :if' Rose, ot'. Shai-o.'..II~ thei Ih,, Si s4ctor \W'ill l,, r h 1,! 011 (S' ,hbar is a ie *-xt+ e.itel i to themn a
d~ate during g hi..,.,tax- 111 toW1. al'n nt. ""dth
"eative1w jug is stai..,v, "h1 ; !nnil)hI and beautiful lily ,-; in his sia.emen t. [He said thati the MRS. P R. GARY. Presid.li
M rs. Bernard Seligm an and lil .- M r G eor K R, ,o in .-on ?1 i A .\ lh'1 vall 'y in h r geological study a' Iti e 1 \1 a ot ai i. ,1 cu -r ,.ncy in th .
Miss carolyn have returned honli Gates \-ill ston .rect lat hl..'- thekingly 'li of the Tr ibe of .J- newspapers and otherwise simply to A SUNDAY WEDDING
i h1, ah- an ,b e tl aiib t'inue i c ndd cy iQ i' he office t
from a two weeks" visit with th'- at Silver S ,ix.-.s 3 a wilI ha'. th, i .' a I I (, ,entle Lamb : iji re his can(idac or he office to
rmiea at t o w e ton B ah t private launches on (h,. rit:. l'h Pac'; -.."- ai., in tit c study of g oVern- w1 hic he aspires. A.V*ho i-h madle al- S.undav afterrnoon. at th, Prsb.
Mis.ss Keating at Daytona Beach.
!are now qattBe a IjUInbOi0 itl ill(',' I '"-d Iteiflt as ihe "'King of Kings." The,1.105 n a; the closig of ;',-e campaign. ian rnan-e. R.v. W. H l)odge otfi
M rs. d w ards of E rie. Penn.. w he a t Sil'v r Sp' i n'igs an'i. a >,on' n i. aL It i i o;-' -f n ott P acC a.:I I*- ,' 1 '4 h Mrs wards of Erie. Pen............. ,.r .... I i l in h Tiues-lnion. O,.-ala Ban- W. Smith. both of Dnnellon.

& Chon)bliss euc


of this section in ge al and its
:al service not overloaded with sel-
F legitimate need.
all borrowers wecomied.

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Saturulay afternoon the Young La-
issedl dies' Card Club enjoyed another ao
'r on its delightful nwetln.-s. and Mis Meft
nday .ewett was the hostess of the occas.
ion. Mrs. Roess had expected to have
-adthe club meet with h,'r but waa pre-
hand v-nted from doing so by illness. so
V the Miss .Jewett at the last moment took
the club. The very interesting iam*
tee- rminaled suevssfully for Mrs. "il-
es ln andl Miss Taylor. who secured the
prizes, each having made splendid
t as sc('ores.
the After the games Mists Jewett servedd
John temptiiing summer time refreshments,
kin, which was enjoyed in a manner typi-
t the cal of this congenial club.
rosee present were Mrs. W. H.
totes Powers, Mrs. C. H. Lloyd. Mrs. W. T
apie',l Gary. Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs. Saad-
but ford .Jwtt. Mrs. E. T Helvenston,
heat- Mrs. '. S. 'ull*n-. Mi"e 4 Minnie
.. (;amsby. Valeta Potter. Margaret
can- ,;,'1. Susie Port. Louuise Harris. Sa-
sias- I ;rah MCet'r-ery. Ethel Robiunm. Esther
one Weathers. Miriam Pasteur. MarCaret
,.oin Eagleton. .\lic Bullock. Margaret
rheir Taylor antd Meta Jewett. Mrs. Ltoyl
will entertain the club Saturday
w%4 a

Mr Hugh Haley of this city. but
racy. i who now liv,-. at n,1i -Miss Stella Smile*y of Lexington.
Mrs. Ky ,*!ped to Tampa Saturday rnmom-
ir a ing lli u were married in that city
ar- \Miss Smiley, with her mother, has
nes: 1)+,-.n spending the winter and tprinig
bill at ('learwater. and -.he and Mr Haley
&i met in that citv. their friendship soon
hiem, ripened into love anUi th-tr eloplmenut
iabl,, an4it aI r'"'.i.e tin Sal irday was the re
alsu Su11it.
vet.-> Mr !a'ey i,: ,he hir'i s.n of Mr.
th ;tli{l Mrs. Thoniuas Haley of rhia city.
was an,! has he,,n living at ('learwat.'r for
ime,. about a vear HIe and Mr,. Haly.
very who is said to |be a very pr.'try and
Dan ('harming young wouian. are for the
I in- plr+.,ent with the bride's mother at
dlac- Cl-arwat,'r.
and The Ocaal fri.'nds and acqualntaac-
for- es of Mr Haley will learn with greet
mani- surprise of his miarriage.
Cloth All Wool and Paint All Paint.
ai is cheaper than Uoddy cloth or sod-
th dy paint r The L. & M. la Zinc Metal

cour- made Into Oxide of Zinc combnad
Si with White Lead, ad then made Into
paint with pure Lbtieed Oil in thoei
Sand gallon gttaN and mixt-sL
th", Wears long; acti est. only $1.3
,pl, per gallon. Mclver & MacKay, L. &
uile, M. Paint Agents, la.
Sap- NMrs. Gordon 8. Scott arrived homr
1 .Tuesdlay afternoon after an abwece
D. of several weel', which she spent in
Binminghani. lahbama. with hr soe.
I r. l E ". L ,Scott En route home sboe
-"to|)l|ed ;a couple of days In .Jaek.on-
ville with hr sister

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-- the public conscience. ANTHOLOGY
FteM, Fle.. May 18. 1918. Mr. Bryan has repeatedly sai-l that MAION. Drape me with a fig-leaf said Prud
TO the Editor Ocala Banner: Those who maintain that quotation ery.
In your issue of thp 15th inst.. un-1 is a lost art have only to follow th,' S Decorate me with epaulets, said Medi
der the title of 'The Ocala Banner and' g0d1 ideas. ,- takn prin(ipally r.no ocrity.
,Proceeding,- of congress to perceive C en rh
Mr. Bryan." you state that ".ome the deniemocratic platform. and havi;-g thi Clothe me in the robes oSrl sem
*^-.i, -, ,. . ~their error. Members. like Silas; ^ ^^ oe^il-i
Kths prior to the assembling u-' vociferous' advocate zhes. idi eo Mebe ness. said Sin.
\Vetgz. "drop into werse'" on all occa.;-t 1 ekm ihtegre1 fin
the national democratic convention at Mr Roosevelt dese'.es cr-dit. Deck me with the armen f
Chicago in 1896. this paper advocated ion. calling poetical nosegays from cnce, said Vice.
the nomination ot W. J. Bryan fo- failing to put tbe ideas rto praPtucet sincerity's g-own uponr 'in [ u
priden where l has the power, th- pr-siiiot r Mulon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &. A. ders. said Deceit.
p -ale ." Roep-es,-nrative Foss, for example.1.
"Why?'" idoeservez, all the criticism attachinrg meets on first and third Thurs Place the crown of felit 0
"Because it thought that Mr. Bryan thereto." k *ieaing ,m the naval appropriation jday evenings of each month at 7:30 brow. said Disloyalty
m than any other member of the li! recallod- o'clock until further notice. Cover me with the draperi ,.
~~~~re~~~~~~ taanoteme eroth'Mr. Bryan ha, WIP1*e J1.14i .- I.D.GAA.WM.aiLst
democratic party, stood tor the embo, D. GRAHAM. W. M. said Lust.
Iment of the "fret silver' propaganda, cientl, agnanin:-ou.- to giv.. H ., ow Truxrun fmghr. how Somers ,aIKE BROWNN, Sev. Give me the staff ,f tol-r3n.p P
which was then the paramount issue, where credit belong. bu' mo)- ,.n.- tell. j--P,,rse.urio
before the country. It did not adv%- phatically condemn.- all, pronit..- .,t HA- galiant Preble's daring host OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13. R. A. M. Adorn N with rh ,-, :' :;,rtv
cate Mr. Bryan's nomination because delight the ear. but bla.-T rh. . ,1 Triumphed along the Moorish coast. Regular convocations of the Ocala .ail Tyrann-.
Ot Its peneaoa love and loyalty for The Banner iomIits this. Forced the proud infidel to treat Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the 4rh t] t' nii '.v: rh t- ,!' a, '
him. for except for his record in con- The fTe unnr overlooks ih, "r r ,j t And brought the Crescent to rheir Friday in every month, at 8 p. m. ai, r.snibr
gress he was unknown to the editor it i- not Bryan. th man. hI? *.; ,.Tf- f tt. N.I. GOTT[IEB H. P. r 'a jt
JAKE BROWN. See:. ,, ,., : "?, .,,'" .
Of this paper." etc. c(iples which Mr. Bryan avoloca" ani J E BRi'NS>e-,Id i'ri.-
Does the Banner pretend to ;)e ac- consistently adheres to that :it> a.-- put fo:h an 1loquont plea for- W. 0. W. REGULAR MEETING i T-' "'! i.', :, .'
quainted with Mr. Bryan a' t!,i, ed th, ir",sist h Ie w v(- ,: ; -- ,.i '." j. h ,t
time? as.-m hrou ..,t the (o,:nt; ii .- :irt t union of lak s and a union of lant-. ~
In previous issu-, ti rhp Banner w., Bryan. Tih- man. ltbt the v... , ,f A union tnar time (annot sevIr: -S w
IMve read that Mr. Bryan was a "vir- Mr Bryan'- prt.iicutins .. a.,.:- A ;'i,,n ,4 he arts an't a union .-- PRESI OOSEVELT'S TR
tuous." a consistentt." and a 'lova- ago that has caused the nl. .f thr- han ". UTE TO METHODISM
ble'" man. nation to conclude that Mr Bryan A-- .' -'U'-n r J f':!' tnin fore;'-r -t" U ...__
Would the Banner halvii- i,.e- r a h t,. 'r-. '.-. ', t, ni an.i n,, irpo anr h h h.: M.
infer that M r. Bryan has degenerar,,l ha.e to iea..iu oit ofi. :h .. o n H '1 Vt Tg nCaN .e 1 'yhl l ,is ;a !.' r1 v n
Into the very antithesis of its former iquity. urt King Camp No. 14. Vouolme n ih j iy, ) 1
opinion? It is not Bryan. tho, man. but tii Ti i :!o war-drums rhroI,',)l no :ong-r of the World will hold their regular J)4'Ciliar :i par' ;a. h,'r ii rh, I !tlri
If so. why does not the Banner ifear. by the. powerful intrr-sts *ii-h Anli the battle-flags wort furled n im ttinc -'r ia. e-,Jn:i.g. Jun, I^ ,. Stt ft- hi -."y is inti.-s)Il):y ^..
plainly state when. where and how Mr. tare now atrtnepting to controlI both na- In the parliament of man. All members urg.-d to be present. yo ir rh,- hi.sory of ,ur ,')tIir'.
The- federation of "Ihe world G. W. MARTIN, C. C. fr:, i c)+ ,assc h,,,;
Brnan has fallen from the pinnacle cf tional conventions, thar Mr. Brvy..r Tht rcration of ha word. r G. W. MAR[N, C. C.e'0
the temple of grace, will be nominated and elected. ani in K age. Clerk. stiuonal onvnon us ri
The Banner has recently been very such event he iMr. Bryani will pro But it is for the adornment of ou>- --0i nation. Mrhotism in Amprid a g n
persistent-in so far as its influence is ceel to sCure to the peopl)I r-t,f. logies that the choicest flowers are . tri n it rid o rapid ow:
coMcerned-to defeat the nomination lmeasture of justice so long ,itniedi culled. Representative Hardy. eulo- Tulula Lodge No.. 22 Independ- just about rhe rime of Washington.
of Mr. Bryan, because Mr. Bryan hasI them )by that galaxy of privilegd il'i- sizing the late Senators Pettus and ti- ent Order of fisr s r--.deitt Its ssntial tfmoc
been twice nominated, and both times tocrats whose, mission for the pasr for- organ. called the former "the no- Od Fellows, __....
defeated, for the presidency. Surely ty years this b.on t') most :nm-iorcif'-. hblest Romnan of them all." He was r-- meet-s ever- .
thd is persiflage in the superlative ly roa.t ,,.rtic. upon th' r.:i,i,:i : o inIted Of th lines of tht, grant poet l Tuesday evening at 7:30 o clock at T HE CA M P
degre. Why does not the Banner contempt who said: Yonge's Hall. Fort King avenue. V|-
I Itors in the city invited to be with
state the caues of such said defeats.! Th, Banner sayv-- ''Sine ',: an i tit n e t -
So that its readers-it any there b- 11,,,t new questions hav- arisen and liv-e Lii llijhr .ll *tl;il], i.- US. J F' THOMPSON, "7 G.-
who are ignorant of the conditios for(,,i themslvc, to ti)h tront we can make our liv-s sublime. LI iL. Sec. W ho W N ill I
the and now eisting-may read and "%\Vhat are ;h-s quttion-..- Ani. ieparting. le-ave behind us KNIGHT OF THIAS
know of the deep. dark and dense in- Priipal h tr- and - Footprints on th sands ot t Ocala Lodge No. 19.-ConevntIon rm r ii .
iquity thaT dominated and was act-'uarions.n said o Gn. held every Monday at 7:30 p. m cas
ally brought about t the very elp- Will tho- Banner t.-! s wh mer- Rep entative Kahn said or G n. ) ^ campaign, yz will n-d nr 'la~s n
Adlp tle hall over Pyser's cigar store.1
ment the Banner is now deploring the than Mr. Bryan. ha. with voict. ant |A iolph M1ver t'hat-- r'a l oerPye to visiting brottore a b hrtht v'r- Wnn nr
loss of. for the sole purpose of "beat- Plen given these very qHest.ions :noT- a M. HAMPTON, C. C. THE D.\1.Y BANNER ant I.,tt
Ing Bryan at any ( cost. l rominenco andi publicity: NonN knew him but to, !Doe himmbr .i
The Banner says that Mr. Bryan During Mr. Clevelani's adminisrr.i- Non, named hinm but to l)rais.-
has alineated the Parker and Clev- lion. and as a representative. Mr. Brv- GENERAL DIRECTORY. THE DAILY BANNER antl 1.0
land wing of the party. We traverse an made a speech in congress tie- He remarkedi that one of our Amer- n cmber for...
that statement The fact that the bouncing the legalized robbery of the ican poets has said- City of Ocala.
very- reverse is true cannot be refut- masses by special privileges granted Mayor-G. A. Nash. A. W KL .N
ed. t r a few beneficiaries Thar .. So, many gods. so many creeds. Clerk-Henry Sistrunk r)IRNAL from now until December

The Palmer and Buckner bolt had awoke the nation. The people sat up. So many roads that wind and win,1. Tax Collector-John M. Graham.
Its origin under the Cleveland admin- took notice and, applauded M:. Brva Whil just the art of being kind Treasurer-William T. Gary.
Istration. That bolt was designed in for his courageous and explicit tirade, Is all this grat world ned c. Marshal--W. la. u L. W Duval
ic~fo an ~ tirdeCouncil--At large, L. W. Duval-
Wall Street, New York. and being against the "robber barons." who in
transmitted to Washington, was ea- every conceivable form were seeking Mr. iamb quoted the stanza. "Come First Ward, A. G. Gates and J. D.
gerly endorsed by Grover Clevelan.l. to overthrow the "equal rights ,to to rhe bridal chamber. Death." Mr. tobertson; Second Ward, Charled
who, with the force of his administra- all-" and substitute therefore a divine Pujo. confining himself to prose flow- Rheinauer and J. M. Meffert; Third
tO. delbemtely attempted to wreck right to protect ) the wage earner. er of speech. observed that "the race- Ward, D. E. Mclver and E. T. Helven-
th My party of which he (the said the widow and orphan, etc. is not to the swift nor the battle to ston; FourtWard G. A. Clrmichael
Grover) was presumed to be the im- It was an occasion on which the o.:- the strong." that n c meets on the first and third
mculate head. topus was making a mighty effort co "'Whover could make two ears t .ueday evenings of each month.
The Chicago coavention-1896-bv capture the throne of commerce and corn or two blades of gras8 grow up- Trustees, Ocala Sub-School District
an overwhelming majority of demo- finance, and for the purpose of defeat- on a spot of ground where only one -W. T. Gary, James Er. Chace and B.
crate, literally speaking. nominated ing this effort Mr. Bryan, with all th. grew before would deserve better of & Weathers.
W. J. Bryan because he took the po- fire of a Patrick Henry. the loyalty mankind and do more essential ser- Chief of Fire Department-H. S.
pie into his confidence and presented otf a Jefferson and the "'by-the-eternal" vice to his country than the whole Chambers.
sues., as against David Bennet Hill. of a Jackson. fought ev-rv scintilla race of politicians put together" Superintendent of Streets- U. G.
leader of the minority-figurativze of argument nade by the emissaries Concluding. he exclaimed with th', Jones.
de f e oo gument made by the enissar :Superintendent Electric Light Plant
democrats, who objectedt to take the of predatory wealth, on the tariff Lan poet. "Finis coronat opus. *e Bennett.
welh-nte aif i -aqoaintatwl rws-Ed Bennett.
rank and tile into their confldeiic., question, the money question, anit all it i a hquetation that well crowns Ocala Board of Trade-T. T. Mun-
and. therefore pr.i,--l. t conceal that th-se questions involve imiT the others, a cap-sheaf. Representing roe, President; C. L. Bittinger, Sec-
issues. which. ot course. inclie-s ,'ho r:tt, ;s he) doonl 1 hre- i days of c(on- etary.
On these i-'',*,!. ; the Banne- question, r 'ssio'ial oratory. "ise (lllings giv- Ocala Rifles-Geo. A. Nash. Cap-
please stalth who ,id! he alienating'? Mr .lr. an has t::n n. a hint t,) the fuill anthology, the real tain; John M. Graham, First Lieuten-
The result o: . campaign was satnti f)r th, 'o,.1. 1 a -','-. :t ,'!rt'e- uarlanltj anti )eric ilorrilt'- ant; Joseph H. Bell. Second Lieuten
tsix and on-hf i. n vs for M th rn' t. wbih a f!1 -',5io u, r- ant. Weekly drills every Thursday
six annot-,h h',lins ,ot nrgh..\--. .\:i,':L .h The- ,iehrs of Bartlett li\ night. Business meetings first Thurs-
Bryan. not .-.;i t% 1..im: .._ the strenuous I of ii,., h Thi p ,,hl rs of Bartet ni1
ea... night of eacu imonth.
o p p o siti I o ,+ th' ,ra)iv e d! Auo ic adm i.ii.,:ranm ,,ack,-, aided, al,- 1 'know it. S --'v Ti1ne i-tr !'- ` ,' i' h i iti )'5 n ted and encouraged Mharcus A hX(IT ln-. a v.. I rU ; C . 'i .....i Clerk Circuit Court Stneoon T
HanUia. Palmer and Buckner. \Vai7' OIn, e '.; a,-, \," Iry.ti. *\,- ,-k..i N'''.'"P t \\1 rl.l Sistruuk, Ocala.
Street & ('ACo, together %ith th, *'rni- \Wha 1 wi il tih, t pa:, atti q ... Sheriff-,Henry Gordo Ocaa..
cious ~ifluene tolt.,>. ,t. lUir I t1' i.pa~iL0"OF INTEREST TO DEMOCRATS Tax CollcIor-E. L. Caruey. Ocala.
cious influence o[ ,10.iw ii.m iii 4)fl ub~ri- It,, Ik. t11t 11izt CU("..,)ai"t,v' I T ax C le to. L a n y c l
casting material, which a t, laysv Mr .NIT .is ,'-p!. WA .i., h Nal,, D ai 'n n., ,- Tax Assessor- A-f'ed Ayer, Mcln-
The, N. .al Dtcocra'ic (Coiiss-l osh and Ocala.
prior to tht election was in;l,.-criii- ci1tll t r,,2!I ': iii:n i i:!ti h an a ( r O
.(,Ioln l'('.sii )llt]{' I" <'a' . 'o !!r ,, ,! reasurer--T. E. Pasteur. Oca"La.
It a t e l I. s c a t o e d ~ t ht r o i ^h ,o n it,. .. , r"1" '^ o i i w 't l i), 1 ; ':*" **. ^'i'i"ii i' ,i ,1 ,! ,{ (', + i)- F t i t ,i Tr q 1 1
natel, scaterid thron th.' Ol l%% (M Wi1. A } ar,- o, lions Judge of Pruoaue-Jusoh H. Bell.
states for the sol- >url.os- o *. hr, '!,: ** ', ...' S ,:f. : . Vt. t, , 'O ]l ', iid,;i *.,* a t \\ is ;;ra t o !. D'.. O r ''a s .
ing jnstick '' .. . S:ir1... ,., :" ; , S urveyorA -... .. i..-r Moorh-ai,
Thi i- ii i oii. 1 TO 11 ." ' J" . tf1 :. .> . ,, Ocala.
Titsel in [I;*IM t..x e l d ;a; a -i'-r\-:!'" l""'! 1"- 1- i' :*.. .. .. 1>,', T I',,,, :i ;l I ,-' l ,' *i''-'' -- .lu i *) up r i or o R g s ra i n L
itself iit l''H. ,Xc it' t I:1 IfTi, ,. ," , .. I. , Supervisor of R,;gistrat'!o-u--J. L.
er and Puckner bolt did no!tria! .. l, < o. "' b i Beck, Flemington, Fla.
ize. because the foriuetr e\xhii'ion i* rep%'%a, y;i ;i\" )- o; ':!ti''<-\, lil;,t I I !y h Cominuissioners--John L. iEdwards,
suh h ,,,1,. iI I) ta~ h,-'' ,, ,>",' Chairman, Ocala; Samuel R. Pyles,
such a conspicuous fizzle that on : ai ,:., in ,ht !an:m ,,L; ay e
could t, induced to play the Ieaiin' t t "he t'li!1!t'et' i s (.hafl.*-t With th, Ocala; Nathaniel A. Fort. Lynne;
T t.Ifr s ot assirTil ', in every way possi- Charles M. Turner, Anthony" James
part in opposition to the Kansas Cu ith The trist ....i 'h. taif it,, i, 'h io iu a ,nrati" cot M. Mathews, Flemington.
nom nation. lion. th.. lahor qu-stion,. an.t a] 1 h r ..: 1).1. .t- .. .... a il,.A, .. ,o 01 ....

racy. its fiery and restless enery of
spirit, and the wide play that it gav-
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b'Dle F'ridaya llvat*rm~n f r)rn C(iI. lia:1 M 1 r.r .: Ii
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In the trial of tho- neg;-o man cali-~I and Nlr:-. I '.-er Ingram wid lM r-- J.
1p -*Bly.* charge(I wilt. an assault witliG.rjtz r-ad f rom papers.
intent to kill his wife, tNe jury foun-j Live Oa,-k- war-cho-#fl as h- lft '~
frbe prisoner guilty. fie waz. stittf4ii-n tti~-'t serwviyea'_r--.T.1.Jh
red to ten years at hari labor. A thserc !r,.T.11 Jh

Mrs. Annie Holly (if Tampa. wh
has been visiting friends in the EI,(-
tra section for several weeks. was ill

so)n anti Mrs. I. F. iaioc (ht t tIt
Me-thbodist church, sang a lovely duc!t.
In the afternoon a conference oli
methods of mission wtlrk was hel1!.
the leaders of the discussion leir'.

Mrs. Jack Camp. Mrs. Van H(oo) an!
Mrs. Mallory Liddon and little s- N Mrs. Zackery. and the dIiscussion wa
have completed a visit to friends a' a most interesting anti profitable on
Winter Haven andti are now at Tampa. Mrs. Mote and Mrs. Hocker san,- :u.
the guests of relatives., exquisite duet at this service- ani Mrs.
Ihaphbam and Mrs. .Johnsan sang l,ea,-
Mrs. George MacKay left Sat,,niia" tiful solos.
for Atlanta to be present at the gral- MIrs. W. H. DoI)td, of This city. ''.
uation of her daughter. Miss Bessie b-eloved president of the Preshyteria'l
MacKay. from the Washington Seni- lVnion, was honored with a re-elecm;imn.
nary. which was all the more an honor I,-
cause it was unanimous.
Mr. J. H. Workman spent Saturday In th evening the following was
*in Jacksonville. attending a meeting the program, which, was sjlendiily
of the executive committee of the nTered. with the exception of th
state educational association. of
aiir.res by Rev'. C. C. Caroll, who was
which he is a member. abs-nT from the ciTy:

Mr. W. M. Shoekley. the successful
poultry breeder of Lowell. was in th*,
city Friday on business. Besides h-,
poultry farm he conducts during the
season a tomato cannery, which t-
expects tI( start up in a few weeks.

Mr. J. W. Sullivan of AI;tor. has
purchased the North Magnolia strc',
meat mark'.T from Mr. W .1. lHoan.
He L'.;' t:rnl '*I to keel constant1.
on htan! stall-f-Il Florida beef. l.scil',-
a full ljri' of v-tgetalles.

Mrs. Frank, Hiarris, after .t1 a-,enct'
of telln days. reiTurned hoi.ie F'iL
PI morning. She, attended th- I)auih-
ters" convention in Tallah.-iss'. ain-Il
from there went to, Mo!;icello to vi -
it her brother. -Mi. IJ .. Mclonil 1i.
and his tamil.

The second trial of .1 P. Clark. whio
was on trial for the killing of a net
gro at Peteway's still, near Cain> I-
ard. resulted in his acquit'i. s -, N
have before stated Mr. Clark lihad
attorney. so the court appointed M-.
L. W. Duval to defend him. The ,tir:-
trial on Wednesday resulted in a
mistrial. but on the second trial h%,
Swas acquitted.

Miss Alta Pearson is at home for
the summer vacation with her la-
rents. Mr. and Mrs.. John \V Pearsot,.
Miss Pearson has Ieen attiendiing Brt -1
nau College at (.ainesville. Ga.. for I
the past three years, anti she is onet
of the most accomplished and ho-st
liked pupils in the college. H,'r 1
friends are glad to ha\' e her at home

Mrs. R. R. Carroll,and little dauih- I
teicr, who ment to St. Petersburg la..i
Friday to attend the meeting of the
State Press Association, and who r9-
malned over with Mrs. Carroll's sis-
ters. returned home yesterday. Little
Miss Christine Hannah. Mrs. Carroll's
niece, accompanied them honte for H
Capt. J. H. McKinney, a fornier (il-
izen of this county, who went to rI,-!
side in Savannah about a year aigo.
I and afterwards moved to .lacksonvill..
is back with us on a visit. Tie says
he likes Ocala better than any place
ho ehas ever lived, and he is anticipa;-

Organ lprelude-Mrs. 1. E. Mclv,".
Hymn. "Jovy to the Wor',l."
Pray-r-Rev. \V. Ii. Pod--.
Anthem. "Hush. Hlushb, My Soil"-
Addl'r.,ss by Rej'. ". C. C('a.-r,,!.
Soo--.Mrs. 11. H. l.apha:.'
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-a' ; pi nIic a ;t Silver S1prin s. tn11-
ter;,iniiP.: he'r S'indav scho,! clas-.
\\hieh numbers twelve 'ouintg ladit's.
The crowd went out to the s 'riin-,
in se'era! veNicles at half past thr.-,
o'clock, chap)erone.! by Mrs. Rent,
and Mrs. Rurtford. It wvas strictly I
"hen" party, no gentllemen tDeing a-k-
ed. A most charming ride on ,
springs for several miles down tl0,
run was the chief pleasure of t':i j ,'
ly little picnic party. Supply r \v..-
eaten at the springs, the party r-etr,,
ing home by moonlight.
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ans in the' ;ary grove on Fort Kin
avenue. No program has been ilmadl.
anl there will he no set speec('h.:
made. but several will be call',! o.-
aIt dinnerto to ,ake sliot speeches.
At this meeting Mrs. E. T. ITve'v
ston rt'eatl a V\''V h)ct:tiful report "


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kindness he has shown toward me dul-
ing my sicknessa.
GI want the public to know what
Peruna and Dr. Hartman have done oa
An Mstontshtg number of family es ue
Peruna continuously for the vartous
petty ailments to which the family W

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<* h. r vi i' ^ paiarrii 1 fri'-n ls. Ihs ^^**~^^i^

Mr.. \\ I Knight. Mrs. E. H. MoNl .i .....
r.l v I -- H. ..,er .- ..-is 1-.. \-. ,i, .i -
\al, M !";,, '. ( Croni,. M t'r. i h .
tell, Mr<. S T. Sistpiiik. Mrs. Lee^ Mil-1 .j^^ B ^ ^I~~^
1,, .... L. F. Blalock. Mrs.M R. S. Hall, .. ......
.Mrs. '! H. Hari''n and Mrs. \V. I). ::
R-i.ch.II-.. ....
M.' -. \V ; ii ;-'H', party wa..r 1-iit an. '.. ..^^:-.^.
.l .~t!;Terent fromi anyiv
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t,,n '.r- S i". b,. 'm Mr" Ih :u',. i '"'
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R i .. 011. On ea(h car.
^iv--. V. ;h U i-i;1 H tliffC't'nr sortj^ ^ ^SiH l^
oW ;i::r' i:l b-e ni made. this 0 1), '
l.i.i. fioI' a draw ing. an I . ...........
sn.i '* } :--i' wi-re realh- xvom- .' -.^~ i^^
T ]I ("I.T; o,. and So ime \,'r
S, is. The 'general opi l-
..t.. i -.-.-. .;.'.s.:-...--.-.
I' ~ zii.,zi'-N.,
S ':'-t 's v. IO s. Mr s "".I
<;: *W' a a r n,,a,.I iI.. -n r a sta ,- I. .. . -
"i :: : *': :nZ. ht!'. MNrs. Hocker'. a ('Chi-
"i,:7: ;4- s,,-tso 1 a ,piano stOl. MRS. D. C. NOLAN. -
i .. ....t.N. '0 e: \.-- ftching me"- No More Threat Trouble.:.
S. F" a. co0 ',INV with win.I Mrs. D. C. Nolan, Gem,
': -,.. s- I:,-, ; f a h>,l rt foi. i Kas., writes: "I have no.. .
-i.. ir i more throat trouble, thanks .:A.
'- '., I. Mrs. Miler a to Peruna. It is the only
o d,, 1 b medicine I care to have. I *
S".". .. n always feel safe when I have,
.,- '.. ,::, r h -. .sit in the house.
*-'* i'-'y t' ;e. ; I have used Peruna for
\. ." t 0ii e'a;l;i' :1ll 01 nine years and I ought to
.* ... .- w w!-. r:n, know about it. Peruna has
'. ".-r. r. a helped me a great many
It a ,'an ., >:; ;'v times, and I shall praise it tfe
- "' :. .r 'hn Oevery one of my friends."
: : ^ ... !,I. ,', ... ",,, ;;e~l win* :-; M rs D. C. *o an ^ 'e?;

I. *. ." ,Ever since Peruna was in -
troduced to the public thirty
.I-. -,.: an-. s- "a' ~ years ago, the housewife haser l
S"" 'r. i been an ever faithful friend to Peruna.
She it is that has seen the practical
C PLEDE MEETING OF THZ benefits of the uee of Peruna in the
-When the baby has nuffles or cold sha
h; '*-; f h (lit.p-r, Paiighters off !:r gives a few doses of Peruna, instead of fill-
S. K a ding the system with the doctor's drugs.
When the school children have coughs
.*. .i' 2', at .. ,l,!o-ie of Mrs. I or colds she again resorts to Peruna.
'. T h2', ,"'i. h.: T lIrpos" (f iWhen any member of the family is
I.. ii, -' n' ', ,.ai Ir Hia- afflicted with catarrh, either in Its acute
t P.,m- in. t :^ znrIH1 cele.uii': i ~form or chronic, Peruna is resorted to.
.1!.-r .-'i IPavis l i-..h oi V Iiune rh .In a large number of minor ailments
hird. This vea' :ct iates the o she finds Peruna a never-failing remedy.
,I .ra, te ne All this has won the confidence of the
ht d V- ;.t a ,'\l e sr- ,, .ofof Ni r. i i
housewife in Peruna, which cannot be
birthday\, iiii tht- ickisoi Ciate easily shaken by the statements of
will pay their tIniial tribite o tliH people who know nothing of Peruna,
deadl (cheftain of the Con federacy. .\ having never had any personal experi-
hip, -orl I. or .. o-iVsTi th theh v.eo"- en*ce in its use.

Ies '---- -
Nfw.s reached this city ,arly Sat,;,'r- The gntlenman wh, c'; ,- th.,

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t":':r: S'i'ii;.\ 's ;>a.{y :

iay morning of the imurdler t oft M above well-sounding lnai.,w
1 (hn N. I'ottc-r of levon. at a point iii day arrested upon a t .irr..
.. .. .. < t - r in r t h im i to. "S

i r i 10 i I the r ce miV li itioll at Tallahass t,, . . Si ter coIunt- just across tne line. t% ,- ,-. *.' . ... .... -..
Springs. ther trip o he run and eEK. a... r-
OH the ant 1er report was spleiitlndfv written, al '* t 1 5' 1 t uri ot l, supper were al! itel,. and, Mr-. Rentz o l written and TY ( --I'
ga ,. .,iae in a most ati active manner <. yesterday. AS soon a-s T he news was receiK .. h-,, W,. h t't., .*.., class ol young ladies :;l feel v-r\ in a Or atr tive 1 II, i yete".. .L i A- o i h'tt' W A-; p ,'rsell .' ,.'0 or
ratefiul I o her fr h,'r1 thi.:1- i'ltit1.11 detailed account otf not on11v the bii- l^> h ia l' ; r, h8r st- ,tputNy Sheriffs Hutson anti deav- he .i rrr or s;i< .i j '. i -h p. a 1
in arranging this pleasant May pIi"n imess s+,s;ionl.s bult to hs)oeial (Onte :ts ticn hat pih,;e,,cs,-l h.\ aino a a piti an. llh an aNtonobile an'i wnt U, aftr h a:> t, e .. ,',:p.v cnct
llfor their pleasure. of lhe Tallahassee meeting, an. raliy on 'Thursdlay. 1b. l ,Ii, but after-
l)ickison chapter r greatly appreciated wrds a.tscertaining tha, the leol'(, the scene wif the i"rler.t t U th h, rn $1r t
AT PINE Mrs. Helvenston's report. aross th rivtr hal alo a ree.l upoi Mr. Huts.on says so far as he was the nxt r th circuit (.,-.
Sftter the business session littb, hat late. the, rally at Stokes Ferryv able to learn the following are the Hti.,s "r.c x)g:is h-ck p:;-'.nr..l
The., campaign, i ne ; was t i, .in l Mi-t,;s C'a',harint' an.d Mary Harrie- was cailewi (I1 anI in ie:i; tr.l' -,:- : h- case p .. ch h
Frilayv In addition to the county I i i,,sto, n ti florence Dozier pas.- pol *d. It wo atct !'.r ,'s it'ci:!,.d 'o -- p t accon iiJ id by a ct -. ; .t' ,* ; h .r .f th
candidates Hion. Nat P. '. an of ,Jaok "(I a, it'ict e ,nd cake to Mrs. Liv- i, 1 1 : h. .;l11 h. .,!ut !',i' ha g a i .; i im wh'liu-t('
i )^'*q]" I111411, W^ lt tO th l *'* hllIl( l ,)f l' ti s i'." ];:" ; .: I I : ll w +l
soliville. brother of the late S.-i a r l jl itOis '. Ist. I-attl c.i'.'s( soa 't'll siOl. ihand Ol d armaniwe t to tr ..he home ofh k wh
W illiam' Jai -s 1 '. an. \las ]. a 1s're. :-t d p(' coull t ofw i., nit as man vt,'"'-s gro named .Johnt Piekett to o, l-.4'e ,
and spoke in behalf ot ihs ft'it6naw. ;o STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS ,r.,-nt as would have tit, n had th I some noney that Pickett owel M !.,n ,, 'ri. ii t a,' n.I ,.va
lroward. It was at r'--ti i uton of '. ate isLe. t e cha ,',i. "' . Th rt)t ..... pot tr. (on a'ridvii at the Pitck,'-, I ,c to inr) ari :I. o t, O' .. .'a (',h-n."
old storV of *"*Voll titckle t' il Ul I'll F r, [ so, ('O ', l '.re. \ asa o I ;o alall. 1acc. Mr. aa e potter went to th hou-e. .ia'. ii a"d.ia o ', a :, ,'"i.il fHank
S .ickle. strickIn with paralysis early iThurs- t ihst n i" t h, '.n., of *, "
ik e v ui. ., ^ t n- 1 h t n l"-- t" <..'.n -"- .. ,,{ ^ citv .\s b.+" .',s ,< had no) l'ten
Mrih. 1 .y 1. Hi I n This rwill be very dis- dte and thi isalr'! i rs,:- leaving the colored tan with hi f
Mr. Jlse 1.. Biilin- -,h. tthorrlerly ,.fa g lornn s n fre all ae and the misappr.eii-,ion r-sule-rta.Sotyae I h ars.t
.. _... .. ......... ..... ,_ ..... .. .. .. tressii,,. news to her m any. frien s all ,i,,. ...,t,, ,., ,r, , it., \: -, ,ill..r t'am Shortly afttrwars the ila.i 't .. .. ... ,..._ .

f, 7fr

Systemic Catarrih.
Mrs. Augusta Pauline Ochs, R.
F. D. 2 North English, Iowa
writes: "I took Peruna over
three years. I suffered from sys-
temic catarrh and had pains in
my right side so I could hardly do
my housework.
"I am 66 years old, and am now
doing all my housework. I amn in
the best of health, and cannot
thank l)r. Hartman enough for his
advice and medicine."


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Academy. succ.lede in throwing c
desks out of the path leading to the it
nre, and then with the assistance of
two or three others covered the maii a
part of the blaze with a large woolen it
art square that was on the sta,,. t
Soon other rugs were thrown over the ,
desks that had caught, and other
desks were thrown back to make a
room for the fire fighters. i
Prof. McCall, the principal of How- a
ard Academy, had introduced Prof.
Wiley. who was asked to make a
short address. He had scarcely fin-
slahed his first sentence when th- n
lamp fell. However, Prof. Wiley was b
like "the boy on the burning deck-
the panic of others did ont move him.
One of the Fessenden Academy stu-0
dents, who has been trained in the
fire drills at that place, remained also
and helped his teacher to smother th=
It is miraculous that more were no!
maimed for life. As it was the soft
ground beneath saved many a broken
bone. If both doors leading down the
stairway at first bad been open many
might have been crushed to death in
the hall below. Bad as it was. the
unfortunate affair seems to have been
handled very well. considering that
man is the most panicky of all ani-
F. P. Gadson's wife was hurt by the
tailing lamp. She barely escaped be-
ing burned to death.
Matilda Quarterman jumped from
the window and broLe her leg.
Rona Pinder was speechless when
removed last night. It was thought
last night that she was so seriously
hurt internally that h.r recovery
would be doubtful.
Dozens of little children took the
leap and were fortunate in sustaining
no injuries other than the heavy jar
which a twenty-foot fall gives.
Fire escapes, new stairways, abun-
dance of fire extinguishers, wide
aisles, limited numbers in rooms, and
no more packed houses are some of
the lessons which such panics teacb.

First jury 947.
Pins made 1450.
Needles made 1545.
First cast iron 1544.
Matches made 1929.
Slurnnamre-, imed li- 1 1

excellent results are to be obtained from i
t if it is not grazed too close.
Mr. Stewart favored the Times with
a call gave the writer much valuable
information. He is esteemed one of
ihe ablest authorities on these sub-
ects in the State. In competition
vith a large number he recently read
a paper on the subject of stock rais- (
ng on account of which he was
awarded a prize of $500.
Pecan culture, Mr Stewart thinks.
s destined to become a very impor-
ant interest in Florida. A great
many of the people of his county hava
been engaged in the business for
many years, and as long ago as the
Paris exposition one of the growers
of Santa Rosa county was awarded
a first prize for paper shell pecan-.
There are trees in that county, ho
says. which net the owners as much
as $50 annually. He advises grafting.
as by this means the trees can be
brought into bearing earlier and the
varieties can be preserved. By bud-
ding odn healthy hickory or wild pecan
stock trees can be brought into bear-
ing in six years. Many growers make
the mistake of planting pecan trees
too close together. Mr. Stewart as-
serts. They should be planted at
least forty feet apart. When a vigo-
rous tree attains its full growth th-
limbs will spread at least twenty foet
in each direction, and thus if they are
less than forty feet apart the branches
will interlap. Such a tree will only
bear fruit on top.
There is no danger of the loss of a
crop of pecans. They can be saved,'
over from one season to another with-
out injury, and there is always a good
demand for them at good prices-Th9


The following beautiful sentiment
is clipped from a sermon by Rev. Lee
Scarborough. of Fort Worth.
"Oh. I love to speak of that hand of
nmercy that is extended t) all. Thre i
in mly home hands that I dearly lhv-'
and cherish. There is in miny hotn''
tho hand of a hbaby t,\v \wVl I re'-
nwimbt-,r when the little (hui . hitni,
fis's! lt-aii ) !)iat daity o l o i c'li'ok.
I thanik dC.i today for th,'1 h:ti.,i o1
thai, 1 :t 3aIa i thiiere i, a a aby .n

Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by all druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation. m

A prisoner was arrested by a police
officer on suspicion of being the per-'
petrator of a grave crime, but. it-
stead of being charged with this sp'-
cific offense, he was held merely as a
suspicious character. In Hill v.
Smith the Court of Appeals of Vir-
ginia, in 59 Southeastern Reporte-.'.
475. bhld that. although an officer may
arrest a prisoner on suspicion, he
must. wtiout unnecessary delay, take
him before a police justice, and for-!
mulate a specific compl)laint informing
him of the offense of which he is ac-
cused. and, such course not having;
been pursued, he was entitled to hi-
release on habeas corpus.


By Using the Celebrated Burrowes' ? . M
Rustless Screens ..
Keeps out flies and mosquitoes and
does away with the annoyance of nets. P T1^T P
Also have DuBose's hardwood floors,.100 '' = 1=E-TA l y
0 0 S* Owl 5
laid over your old floors without any Registry No. 1850. Vol.
inconvenience. The only sanitary THIS CERTIFIES, That
floors in use. W. E. DuBose, 318 W. H. BEATIE of Rosendale,
Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. 4-24-w has registered in the Regi
Sof the American Saddle H<
LARCENY OF ONES OWN PROPER- Breeders Association, of L*
SY ville, Ky., the Bay Stallion,

In Ayers v. State. 59 Southeastern
Reporter, 924. property has been lev-
ied upon by a constable under an at-
tachment. Defendant, after promis-
ing to replevy the property, moved it
into another state. The ('ourt of Ap-
peals of Georgia held that, even
though it was his own property, the
title, being in the constable, was suf-
ficient to sustain a conviction of lar-
For years I \;a,- troubled with hiP-
i)us,,ss anil c(onsti nation. which mia Ie
lif, nlise-rabl)h, f.>r mi. MV appetit,-
fail,,l ni, I ,st .y usual fi-rt. ai 1I
\i'.ilit' ". I',.-is !i ;'-'pa thj,!r~'i.s ,)II]V ? u".l t], tnaitI['!'s %V,)'St.-. I
, it kit i',x \ W h r I v 1';.,)iUrl \1t 1 '.i
t x hay ,!I [ n.-tr ti,1, Thani trlatin'-
S":to-ii~t^'h ain, Iiv,,r "r iblh .-t- "1")<, t;-th-
!Ifis rfli,'v > till,' i!l ff' iltU!- -it onI'.'v,

M P~i jl Cnv IDrink obit cured I. 3 t o o eepis oy muSCOMl
M. Fishd Says 'Ii ~e I)~t 611 JUSOO
SNew medical preparation in liquid and powder forms. The only known
S A a J remedy for Alcohol diseases. Can be given with coffee, tea, cocoa or milk
WIPA 61tE W Ldl2)cUX1jlM without patient's knowledge.

......-6.... I [% litfU t l H 1i ti 4 le a -a ra u n- .i i
A horrible pini- seized b, .ar^ O''n thf door: let in the air; Scberr.e to 3ave Millions in Pulp
crowd tuha-.t had assenib d in te a T- are a the a-a-oer Wcc d Reduce Cost of
ditoriumn o" Howard Acad'nayv Thur-- fairnedes
day nighT.. 7h o ca: n lor nhe at j i. -.3it'rJ tin r worl.i t ( Newspapers
ring VTs the grldus in ,-x-rcis it! U. o ,r i. w w I$ i .:- ,r.'> :..
An audienc,, approxi a:inz thr(- '- a, 'Xis,. m-in :. '"-r.. :r r" of print
four hundred. sat att,,ntiv ] u::ti! i n -rin the do'. !-, are ,:: . '.rOposition
large ia:.'p, which. had,1 h n ';:for f: i said. re-
nately h,;:; to the (, i ng a 'v., n a^e ,loer lt in :i.- .. u., i, ",it a r industry of
strin g 4lro pi .i- i ri ht d( :w i .n ,h.t- e 'o ,l lha ., a sm ile fe<. V ,n t : ...e.la. .. o '
"],. t'o nrrv i t.:,.- noWSpalpor"indus-
ter of the room. The oil r.n over th,- ,t ha-: m ade of ti rai:.r',- ,u
floor, the blaze an- l.i.":n-, o.! r. th ge ms try as w'-i' Thy ro pos, that news-
crea.uing woeen aniI f .ir-.n. ,\- V ,, earn change tearlrol o 0 1 :n .. pape,,rs i .. f:tture be printed iai
cited and rapidly retreating men. er--- 0". ti" ('r .w. : b"'- -r. hs rigini
ated a panic, the lik, of whi"-E.. I!!
never occurred in Ocala before. V.'.- a theooor of thp hoar:"an aly!n of millions of dollars. a
men and children jumped from Iah,, Sympathy swset for stran,,r ii eannually-vion o forests and reducing
the pr-serl,-,Til of forests and redie
windows of the second floor to th,- It will nak, the hals f i- r-: so e
in the pri,.ao ,f newis paper to abo-it
ground, and others piteously crid n f --he pih- newse paper toi
flreny as they were crushed by tl' oThatngelsf may enter Onne- half th present l rice. .
surging crowd. At the time of the t h -ooI Black pdr ran e made of oh-I
cident only one 3-foot doo- was ope;. M \N 4."A. fn:,wspapers ai.il almost any fibrons
to the one stairway. wh h It a,! t soc whi> ,.white paper requir-
the ground. The other door .ai oti-GOOD MONEY IN RAISING PECANS jr-f ani dho::uock wood. Wiscon-
fers an exit to the same r sairway had s-n pa, ,r nLn,.ifacturors will try t.)
been locked. It was soon broken op),-n (; W. Stowar: of Ga!,. -'r',- !) it i ) i <. rinr oi)lt co~ncerte c
and the south half of the audience th.t cony, i h on a vii.t, says th P -- I t CO erted a-
tloifn ,iths t > -o i) vli.< -T's o.f the cou n-
had not escaped in some other na:- iTap Tins f re' ,la ton rh t- of h- cou-
iner ru.he-1 th,-o'!th it to th- :-
S.( Mr. Sewa"rt is a bli,-edir of :-oh.4 -
Becaus< o: iiie *hal:(',i n,,., "he ai:",-,T
could not b use. Over the tops o. horn cattle ani Berkshire hogs. H jSt ,- o'f-.. ,ny Tol-.,,..
'is also'a loctu"er forIlT-- Stato u
the woodt-i desk., many almost flew is also a lecturer for th- State Far..-
Franl: J. 'hen,:y N pak-,.. -)ath that :P'1
to c-rners of safety. Two or thr+e o rs' Institue. and the principal oi- is senior partner ,)f the, firm f F. 4.
(hhen,-y & 'o.. women who were rgho at the fir. joct of his vi.it to t his section is to city -f Tl.,d)o. o0untyl ani state afore-
tri 1d at first to kno(k it out with their investigate the range raises of south,. said. and that sai l firm will pay the
thin shawl but th. unequal fight was F lori- sum 1f ()NE HUNDREI) DOLARS for
hin sh but h. u i Florida. each and every case of Catarrh that
wisely abandoned, and zhe blaze wa; Mr. Stewart is verve much interest- cannt be cured by the use of Hall's
left to Jia, up, lighting the house in ed in Para grass. and thinks it is ono Catarrh Cure. H Y
such a manner as to (ause all to think of the most valuable range grasse. Sworn to before me and subscribe.l
that the building was doomed. The that can be grown in this country. os- in my pretence this 6th day of De-
benches were rapidly catching, and pecialiv for summer grazing. For win- cember. A. D. 1S 6. LESON
in a few seconds iore the fire would r (f h d Japanese cane in r .
ter forage he holds Japanoso cane in tr Publi.
have been in control had not Prof. verv high esteem He also thinks Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
SWiley principal of the Fessendea nally, and acts directly on the bloo-,.
Wiley principal of the Fessend well of Bermuda grass, and says ex- and mucous surfaces of the system.


Rhode kslandi Redl-

Barred Roc(ks
Blackl Miinornan
Also & few Plymouth Rock Hens. $1!
,.r,> h r, 4,i L.' ,vi ,. ,-,). 1-', I* nli f l i .I1 2' _r- i


500 Packages of This Valuable
Medicine to be Given Away Free


^HAgainst hel-m No mass
S minSg if yom bay
i B All the popular colors.
F )Foa MEN: Egyptian
Cotton (medium or
light weight). Sold
in boxes of six pais
for $2.00.
Foa LADIES: jtyptian Cotton:'S
pairs for $2.00. A Suarantee tct
wt/h "ech j sr.

for $1 until Juy I !Bed Room Suits 'Dining Room Suits
ENTERPRISE POULTRY YOIRDS in Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds--Mohogany and OaW,
MRS. W. .M. SHOCKLEY Maple andOak. China and Crockery
-Lowell, Fl. Mission Furniture Complete Mne-Dinner Set
In all the different finishes Odd Pieces

All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Porticri|
and Upholstering Goods
Heaters, Ran&es, Cook Stoves
Full Lino of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed, and Pic-
ture Mouldings. Full stock of

Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness amd Sat'il
Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.
And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.



Brick. Limt. Cement, Plaster,
Ulding Hair, Lath, Shingles. Paints a
Luterial Flintkote Roofing, Oils
White Lead, Varnishes, Etc.
Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.
1 am Yive us a trial. ,WVe will not be undersold and will pleas"

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Marioq Hardware



V. 0
)uis- *

Foaled May, 1899; Markings,
SSire, Poindexter. No. 338.
SGrand Sire, Black Squirrel, No.
S 58.
SDam, Daisy B., by Wild Rose,
S No. 355; he by Montrose, No.
S 106.
SSecond Dam. by Drenude 3rd, *
S by Old Drenude. 0
S(Seal) I. B. NALL, Sec.0
SLouisville, Ky., Feb. 2, 1903. 0
SSold and transferred this 8th *
S day of October, 1907, to J. C. *
Howell, Anthony, Florida. 0
POINDEXTER, JR., will make the
season at my farm, three and one-half
miles north of Ocala, on the Anthony
hard road. Terms: $15 to insure foal;
$2.50 when mare is bred; balance
when mare is known to be with foal.

American Wire Fencing,
Sash, Doors and Blinds
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,
Mill and Mining Supplies,
Turpentine Snpplies,
Improved Farming Tool


Marion Hardware Company
Maio Hardware Compan

The Breakers by the Sea
Will be opened June 1, under the management of I M. .MABBETTE.
The house will be conducted on a higher plan than ever before.
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Roonis sing, or en suite,
with or without private batbs. Fine fishing anvd the best surf bath-
ing in the world.
Sea Food a SpEcialty. A Trial S5olkicited.
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If you have on hand to sell, or If you
are thinking of coming to Florida
to make it your home, or If
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Ocala, Fla.




A specialist has lately discovered a new medicine for the cure of the
drink habit Do you wish a package' If you have in your family a loving
husband, father, brother or son, who is giving you trouble, or making life
miserable for you, and whom you wish to be cured from this disease, do
not hesitate a moment, but act at once. Alcohol has its victim in its clutch.
es, and tbe unfortunate one is not able to escape him. DISCOHOL hb
cured thousands, and will cure anyone belonging to you. Write to us at
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positive. If you wish tree treatment and further instructions, fill out coupmO
....... below and mail to us. Don't hesitate,
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House Furnishings Parlor Suits
Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings.: In Leather, Upholstered and RSW

ffp th&,,). cidala nurnar i






-lw wwvi sm a pm-arA onmm

ix i tndPrsonal

I ~ ~r wy u ~ ~ u ~ u~ ~ ri~~~g ~

S-A real estate transfer took place
We reMret to earn that Mr. .1. Walk- The thirtieth session of the WVash- Tuesday in Ocala that means quite a
er Bishop Is quite ill at his home on iington Seminary, of which Miss Ei-, good deal to the owners of stock of

The Ocala Bann_'-r of .N:a .'h.
gave that article "The Sonteher'
States," by Lincoln !ul11 .v. : con.pic-


iAr n holw,e, tt'at !t-e primary%


by wa'diag as Irreeposst 61. m" nwho
?tai bc'-s WettdAsad too a.. '.ant&5g
Iiuring the ias.t tat, years Mr carn

.-!-"*Io int~i c'nt su~dpas of ,ba% haft an eye 'osgi. to the glory W
leiny, behind it no tinjgt of bitte'--hepnIom fr'reuti. a
1i4Iss. And nou caust fur implo-asant t hinking that prohibition woeld bp

South Third street. ma B. Scott and Mr. I. D. Scott a'i-all kinds in Marion county. uous heading, whica %As well d,.se.; -
principals, was brought to a close with Dr E. P. Guerrant the veterinarian e(dl. We would give a good deal to .
Rev. Charles Chauncey Carroll has the graduation exercises held TueayIpurchased the west half of the block able to write like tha. It is just th.,
Mturned home from Hot Springs. Ar- afternoon at The< Grand. A cordial ir i located t city poun kin o tonic n, and li th-
upon which is located the city pounil kind of tonic novdtlt', and liket- li-
ensaqa, where he went to attend the aviation had been extended through in the third ward, and will erect there- song, "Count Your B!,-ng. One .,,.
Southern Baptist ('onveution. the press to the friends of the stu- on an equine hospital for the care of One," should njake u-. u ,,Attr. u,,*
Sdents and faculty, and the opera all kinds of stock. grateful citizens of lhe -ouithlandt.
Judg. William Hocker of Tallahas. house was filled before the hour nam- The building will be 35x75 feet c- North. central district Endea ,re-rs
a*e went down to Yalaha WVednesday 'ed tor the beginning of the exercise. partitions and the are planning to hol hir tl .
~ment floors and partitions, anti the are planning to hold th#-rtallMII ")ii-
afternoon to spend a few days with The boxes were beautifully decorate building will be screened mention with the Lutheran workers
wihetrebidn wl esrend.nvention with the iLutheran workerr;
bis daughter. Mrs. Trusten P. Drake. With festoons of flowers tied with the operating room al chemical labora- of R. F. D. No. ak- iiry 'hi-
-^^"~~~~ ~~~~ class colors, and were occupied by the o a ro a che ic o no r R. F. D. No. h.Li itY lhbe."
as oor and. wr ocupii e b th tory will also be attached to the in- pastor. Re-. M. S. Richard. hollii [h,-e
3ir. Ben Boyd of Atlanta. a former Ifreshman, sophomore and junior clas- sti-ution. Plans are now ready for E. offices, having b ile th 'a:'s
phosphate promoter of this county, is es, by the Atlanta Chapter D. A. R., the buildings, and s are ow rea ork on same will of icpsii -e ei
bere on a visit and is a gs of eth.- the bu A.ildings, and work on same will of district president, tuoI
here on a vis t ~~and by ueto the nr v< members of the faculty.iitis, n oKo sm i
r on isit nd is guet of th nd y the members of the faculty. be started at an early date. perform for the :tate, that is itf thirst
Ocaia House. (These exercises brought to a close .. .,. ... vr roiti a- nrnrniif
-ne ot he eriestb ostosuc This will be an important institution Vice president and supi'intendo-nt or
one of the happiest and most success-... - ...t Oi Hm wnL H anw
Mrs. Lillias Allred Palmer will lea% ., I eo theh stadotsccs-, s to this. sec('tion of Florida, as it is the the Quiet Hour work. F is a ne w
Wednesday afternoon for Washin-if terms in the history of th. school, only (oi( of its kind in the state, and leader in this sta'e. bilt \ith rich .x-
which for thirty years a rsre ^. i ~ in- n m~
too. 'Ga.. where she will spend the-' Ds has preserve Dir. (;,,ei'rrant should receive the sup- perience uil north.
.;ar wihM. a w snd r.Stphe the highest standard of excellenc-, port aind-nl4orm'ent of ever- armer Our new statt, teaa:ur. ir 'has ..
(cummer with Mr. and Mrs. Stel~phe .ai .;.. .,f .,,,,,. 011lnl"dreeto vr anner I u ^ sd( '.iir ~-M
*Pa-r -Alata Ger.iand S h and which has had an inspirational in andstk i ro hi ente e i 'kil.- 1 nd h sn rfhi'
pla!m -r.- Atlanta Ge fluence upon th- lives of many of th'i p
sti'a v a ~ a htl,.!dial at whichl stock p' stal cards to ',a('l f I' ` lt .tr iiinior
Tr. and Mrs. i.. F. Blalock 1 ', moast representati\. women of Atlai- maa t ;0. ',., a. any and al tim :. s'i(.it. .in h,. i: !,()i-,.' I
Ts'a~pa <.'ste'rdIa" attend tht S' Ta an'l the s( uth.-AAtlanta ( ,e', -i.:.. .. ...' j .a H
"]l' tIT. a ve ,s to ra y to a tt en d i iii- S ;a t .--o (l ,'l|it a lT# 1 1II i l o 1l1: F,. 111 ,,1-4.0 =
Denial S(iw,-o v \Vh4hl, h there h Mis IhI. 'ssIi MacKay ot thi-" ('' M. -,:'.H- I -'. (',i. o. \ T ii('hia .',sslli'irs lr t*' :i.i "- I -
will bo the st'.- of Dr. S. M. Frilln:, wa (,' of the ,rduaT.es from This iln- t!a ,t i : '4 4 .;I,.:.v. wh) h!t h,,n tdi ar:--,Weh ihat 'a -,... V -ii..i ,,,'
Tiy, expect to retn n Moi a' i t n. and with Miss Both l.idt .ll (',.'; ,, '. l' .s \ r,,' ,,r l siiht l :oni : ,<, ;. '.ii- tr .',' I I
"Tlb ve." ,xrwelt to r(irli Mond.~l~ay. ....O. f "-
__ n,] .,, Ai a l-autiful foit'-hanId p tii ,'- . .4 ., 'V (',ilij,'- iA .'i,., r. tn,, U I, J'1 ,,i',';,' 2- '. ;,
M r. Ed Frexyerm ith c le'lo ri-l li- j'i,,1 t d..' '. .'1, *,2l d ,' Tliiii.. ,,F: \z. :.i 'o:, ThN .'t[' ,-1i..b 1 Vi \;A l:. 1 M41,'i
bhrthdl.'. V,'e! n<-s'lay and was pr,' senT 'i-: \ a in sr-art.; ;~ i < Ol o' t vh., ., ; 4,,. ,, ; r ,L,, : -.., 4' H is i:; ,t, 1 ti 'r ):;'. ,, .i, 'i;: .,..
- w ith a handsol e pr .sent in ih. t1-i.' '- a \ as il- S ;i ,i y. i- i .!. ' a" V" '. '- .,",''i,, i"i,i.-'*I .- ,t,' a i.-,. '1 ', . ,' I.
-Lapi f a tht' iil h d^,,.l '" ;' l.tilti; i'1 '" l '' 1 A i 4 j . .
7ST T oladdei- T- i- hoi.'. '" i '' .( J 4 i:; i
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Mrs, L. W\ l)'val and .\Ii-- An;:,i,: BAND CONCERT i -. .' '
M (A'. -f"- r Harris went I' ldown tip ... 4 -- t .
b1ir. \\- edn.-,dav a:",rfnon to sp-"' (; :.-1 -, : ;, .: ,,,' 1-.<'. T1n! FC0 .2- ,- ; \ON COUN.TY BO .
:.w ~ ~ h *i-c-,n n M v *< .:*t .. ( .'.- ~ h S.h .,'FC. JU DG E ',- ',t ,n *'- .....:.,; 't,, J' : ., i ,
1E'fird a. ,,.;ii^ :.la <,, ,n l :''.' ..y ,,.* n i!,- ii,.\--- : \ i .;... r ;; ,i :,, ,' .; -. .'" .,.,:*-' ..,'

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Mr. and Mr- It. 1 M Colok wli-. 4 . -, I '

m o h r .M r i^rb : A ., -, .* (* -, -,. "'! ,, ':, :', -: .:, V ;; ,*-. ...*. *, S ,u: l ,,.* ** ,11 i :, ,- "' \ .!n a* -': r *. .-- .>n ; *nl -t '. ,, i
i su(jdt!ily to Sorr.-nto ]a,,' iii"' .,- .\ l 2 1. -' 1 -' i. (." t k o
wht n- '.1 y f'," jh. hon l t' rn :'.l *> j]; '* . .4.. ', 4 14 I i

h i M < 4 " 4 . ..
11 4.4 ti J <'I.I.I !- . 4 j *> '!*;i? j ; 4: 4 4 4. 4 4. 4 I I.1. **
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.el t. \n. LTh v ,2. ;. *. ,! ch*, (.;i of ('118! i i, in }ionlf I In th h Young People's society at ..
Mrs. Maude Braford. after spen nin-. Franz lvhar. : .. a,, i .. 'lrional law in Rol ins N. a.r h (;ains;-;i;it ; here! are. thi irty V. }* Consideration ^ .
For thei- Cosieato If thei
tein days in Oala with her sister. Mr. S 1nad,.w N H L-Ia' .' ' i' L.r ee' s cl-a act a i ,ii-. --fi pr '.,n. gent, Viote I', Mro o f p /
SW elnosdlay f"l,.- h*,i honw* in M .N -oictl v 1 1!l"l!;*-* -,n -.!.-*i'. 'lo ;i i.)t icii!' tc s t :, know h --

G Looney, returned to Suwann-,Birds Are Singing in t, \ild .,"-- "h .l etd to a c.hair i tiP of ho are church, l p gn ay was obsrvreiits a C,
Seuecay morning. As soon as Mr.. . B ... (.Hi r Florida. e cOnaiesitional In the Young People's SOi( a
Mrs. Maudle Braforil. after spendiin^jFa ^I h '.,(. ;, nr.io a ;\ in Rollins r' daios ilxe th r r hrvi_ .. ..

I ia.. 1I11 11!t ,i '' ou dgdiI the-rlt ton id eratio of )1' 1n
ten days in Ocala with her sister. Mrs'. S? rt n ad1 (I 1w 1i. ' .i' '.1, v b (-l satri-taction. -li 1I -.' !iwieml-r t. -wntv-fiv% per fn .i. -
M. C. Ij~ooney, returned to Suwannt-<1 Hirds Are Sintingm in !ht, \\ i!d\\oc,!--- ^.}is 11) selelt-t'd t ay ;(-hair ill tih- of' xhoni are choirch. t'iles n e
STuesday morning. As soon as M.H. H. Blanke.. (*i\, iyof Florida. ire< conmrale~s of the- Quiet Hourt ih]o ru Brmftord completes the steel bridge "*Southern Breezes" ia Itnt (Wii*'r1 \\'e t.:, rhis notice (f our friend such statistics is it strange that their i xris th a r- pri
over the Suwannee river, he and M,. -F. P. Atherton. .(4>l v.*- like to s<., our Florida j'rayer" meeting committee (does good I;. an (ho*l s
Braford will go to Georgia and a,, Medley March "Dadds's Deliirht a,,\- ,.hI.,, ,to .I n ilh,, r-o ',vrk" could hardly hylpi t onsider logitall) and
to West Virginia. A. E. GERIG. Director. yn i)pathy with that c!ass who seekl to has such good material. di Ay iIore .tc-ting his ballot.
** 1 ^ 1 ., i ^"I P.e uniformityl of zood geen
niagify the men and work of other In April the annual report for th.1
Miss Edna Nelson came up yeste.- Jacksonville Convict Brought to MW- sections and niiinimize, our own. Hillshorough and Manatee district s a direc result of earl!ss, in
day from Tampa to spend sever;-l rion County O .- ,,i the tr, morally anl showed that there were ten Younglegislatin n.
days bere as the guest of Miss Ann;-, P.A. race n. young whir, tr- ,itall, j l4 ,ug nn of an" i t.ope's organizations, a gain of in the political history of this (
SAtkinson and to he present at th. -lar. whose wholesale operations hele th, sctiN, an. we owe it to our- o', :i l 1 0fon during the pa have iht rimes more strn1uou
section a di we owei it,( trli
Commencement festivities. Miss (c.r- gave him wide notoriety. is at worti sl.. t g thm rv O)portunity tw, elve month,. There was a member- ran il ) "llC '
re Miller will alNw come in from th- in the phosphate pits in Maria c(11- (Te the front hi of whom 1 wre active, ar. (onpet-.. broadl-nintde.
country to spend several days wit. Iy. .;-.a. :,2 honorary. andl .....

*1~t (Ii::"'.\2)II," !,'hWI, 5 cs .,1,,Y4,,., associlate. "22 honorary, fnl( 24 ar- wh n D, ulv rst,! o
Miss Atkin'on. (;raee. wilh Other (moi('s. i-. ai :. ,thng to ps
MisA ,-: ,.k-,ntt 4 makingg the district the largest
pit near Dunnellon. andl it is rf (41 iiu i ,, , '. i " I. O ,V i t t u \Ve ar e.\ce^ ui : i ;::* (4 i3 U fl' lx >v a a itiu 'bet's of abv in the state union. ars of i in till- ot
.%lMessrs. (. W Martin. I.. F. Ballar.i., here that he is weariniz iron. ('". .l. *' ha i : int'u and
" ,. ,,. ". < " '. p, i ^ .< ;.iv. : \.: 1 t-" "ilr "..)i ; , i.\ arll d impI ro'venm-tit inor(' ...ent w as .i-l-,
Sam Christian and Mr. W (C. .leforf.'s his ankl,'s. '' .- .I -: i, h ;.. t ,,,al i in r r 10 c," '.,r..fi.(at.. .' iril "o :'tsp
were managers of the selection in 'T.!' He is nii,|er sc," to '*:\ *hn'.', '.- .. o che.;( ,n in 1t11 1i- -r the
v. i ; '* >:* i '(*;l'*" ~ \ ;* :;. \ : ;1.. H "r aiiri Ttenth Les-ion e n
cala iprecinct tor box No. I. an !I t,+-f y'ars at har,! iltlr. '.! e 'V, ., o.1 a1 Toa.dv ina( t
"> , 'lt 'i, '" ,"'r ,, ..l'. > ; M essrs. C. A. Shaw. .1. A Pitnt an. rian i oriont ati,'t(4VAi, 2 A e :. ;4. . . , "1 1 1 1 1 1i "'L*'! t,,KtelV :l'-i .4tf;' p)'i irt anv
". . . -' : ; ,' '. '.... ",*\ ; \ iv .iiow -' --*', ":'f-;i!-v. \! i. ; tLh>i l .i li~i't tl;- tbn ini" r "
hilllrl! Z! s tlt ... *\ ; 'V .IO t'. :r. j f i-..d!c e fatt- a ix if. li' ii al
.. M iller and H elnry ('. 'isti' iK a|!4 ,, l w, w -as T;ik,'i !t(;iU I 1).44 tI i . . l .!\ '.*t \ \\ t .c -(I' \ '"., dliii c.v .rv prt 4
box No. 2. There were vot7s p' 4I4 (' 1 t I h W ;t aI .: \ i ' '. P tit)V l u )ilt! :. it t ,-'. .ii-','rv l'ei t' :, ,;*I<' i ,'aTiteitlv atxe thised ii
eo. rio>l,-,nhaT, mineiis i i *!;: ,:I* heir dlefe'at alt th |
,"'if .44!44, I'1A4n t'i*;'iI:'. : I pj 4'1 f ji4tai. ;Ind Th"Ille a1) ," li i rr'' a
I !'P nita.',t '. l ;i:( f. .*i,',i, 2 1 1. ,:'+' Th Y'qO 4iti 4oniprhension
.luidge W illiam A H, o('ker t *t i t., ; in c ,1.4' iot i4i,' L;;iii<.r (orit' t'l iiti', 3l ( M iss Iritz (ia', a l.adIr Ih
Judte \\(1I(a'i A.at ThO<, k.- hi',w.I. ,i .. we A dt'-ain4- ahcng this line by dio.
oh- iee of iithe sulprl't'leme cut,'t. was T (' io!'l o ws. Knolw.4in\ hiie td as (Ii d). w i (; C. E-. actiV\ity at South L.ake \V\ ir, e
,n ,IM C CI .i n' o l ;n > e w o ;f f s <'' k ) ,i ,*, , i ,1. ,i v.,ti i na..m tii, past records Ol
herl' Tuesda\'. having comie for ,' 11 1) r. ,, hItesilw to sa ti.at liae will til to Mr. (Fhas. E. Brown of \\ r.- al'-. A
he,', Tues dav. ha~intz c- mlt- 101 h(, thought, tte is o~ t 'a hl *.1" t,,I,!M ,, olI t -,. t{r< -^nr, offic, -s+_eker ; 1
pi- eIercisng the right o, is (t ii ht,,!, it .'lplac- to \hi(ch he may aspire with &.W extend igoodl wislihes lo a i V
lli,|l e xl" ox, is,, i-,in The rig ht o l '11.)4! i < i, ,! '}l ] !! '. i ,: i. \ Ia~i ,l (.lal(. H l e r e i-
Iranchise. He is looking c.xtrnmeIV ;' i"u i';r-aslf ani -wilh honor t'i lifo together. s t te
I latrich iia ] HttI'tt,'" t, 11') 1 I 't 1 '.1,- 1!'A
well. The arnosp h re'' of t "he cap ,al j ^ o ... -. i-- T. i 'iist ietll(,n -. T. he Fi'rst 1hr.i ni.an .tii :<4h ti i o r' F':i f '., ir b car> .
agrees with him most admlniraldy. I: o .)cksonvil are having Igood tinie, t 1
n 1nio 1 A CARD OF THANKS li 11 h g O ti ai ce
Jii..le H(ocker says that the crop w .n l.rs1 Ne are added to the roll 'i l a I i('- th egi
e ai s? t~ mn: n:hod of expression e arl vr unl atrnoonssn and I sx uh thho S hat nothingg pn
this section are looking much better MEMORIAL DAY nearlyy every Sunday aftroon, '. ,e sa tha n
iii l erlleo'T'c atiltunplyasantofess thankt.
than in the middle section of -' l -at thanks he average attendance is about twen- r n t
tha in th d ..,o ,h io lht) h friends who vot()ed for me tv. Miss Eddie .1. McManahan is su- *lIty of criticism. Howev
t. The few surviving n.nhrs f the first )rinary. perintendent of these bright Junior cumstances very frequently
~Ocala Post No. 17. department of r rntilsin oe bht li atr an jif ur attitd i
Th Pre sbyterian church tea at ,, Florida. G. A R.. wil meet aT the old -Tl %outt was a lon t ntouches ,lan( is also in whitrg of that d.part- o haa
boe ".Eol ani .pl nr tuhement of C. E. work in northeaste':,i so. an whu malice o he
of Mrlver on Men- cemetery on tadrdaY, th ih day an te nde and I amIe depreciate his favora
day afternoon was a very pleasant so- of Mav. 1.0S. at 11 o'clock a. mn.. for a Tender place in my bosom, an aist ien ie hIs avc
wee. -r \ipivor not uninindt'i of the honor it does% GR(R E A TOWNSEND. quirements if he has anG.,
cial affair of the week. Mrs. Mclver the purpose of holding memniorial ser- 1- RA A. 111__N. i
I'llm, ..........- iae-stly believe that it is a duty

Tht (- afllddatei'.uinadt atu rotti
4.1 111 t wY I T it)u t t h r(' Ifi n 1, Jar f itIv of
11111da i -wAeh ttst.-'r Jnit#. ', heIr -&

thiet if tile hatl&I1I.'fld to tiv ab -4-n ,'t
tromuian) gathering th. aas ro-pro-
-t'nto-d to t(it qp.f hii-. it ?:! h+ rat'

t(,,--.d at vitch other
IbiP tI% T .e ''' ro-JIl dhij~, cia vet'.

the pro-rincts

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w innling issuc..the Im.uttn~atoIy itare-
ItArfleul thv urgo-s? dities of his.)Mkv
ms ('o~unt) uiupe~ritea*deUL of public is-
uTritrutj4nnformmit khis interest in m.uis
'Attu'n and the- emitgblerment oft th
era:.. ichildrten in otir schools. for
%hivh be- ar Ipahi hv The county. iawl
J~im.neol he., AnkS Of the probibitlais ag.
lf~tovr,- Inotfor the iin'Ae of morality
dJuid 'he -p read of GAO luI&dom. but
%%00'.%1 It4i b. at-fit biaa% ,Su ginellab pu:-

at ;* I.a, il 4,f imjiiartial i'oO5I.1er4
,tull *'garitrking lle.ik a~n A J P
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l0 ',h 4^4'I 0 *1 f IrX a~no-sjir ahil Si
4 -'-I 4i 0) t gi4tritiiiiun l respij*cti'. .'I
"." ii 7 !? .fl4iitn~ivisiblva frui~m
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v- il; 1..privated! ;and #* Isas -l irit;m .iixh ,..t ii mn 4t,.ad of trheyn

ry v cti- btro it- -tim? of nin-n pofeeselv
inir i., :in raneti ri and a greater ei:i e

to ds-fraufl the public?
rn m' n,()n. or, l ...ad i'k to another a"I-
ipartal i,. h ar i wta akind in their unfa hcl I
!nt li -lit' I. i i put'bli c duty. and allowed -
anty ,- *c. ;iliII ,f h'iv ar,' ,o ,silly dec'OY"

Stoitii ,v 1 ,;n aiI atn office we know not w.bt

Sly 't.-ithe future may bring forth. Let'"M
-n whr t mihen whom at least hwe!d theT
\" c~ti- l~eOl,. et~, t'tlm.M of lii,1n p~leS. li

inl!r n.ir, gaod. comnetini and and greater responsible.
't, d.-fraud the public?

rnnn:; ., (tif e fall to better our conditionother
lpartlal !frh. ar,. u~talineq in their unfaith-
n,,4, '1,'ln..s to public duty. and allowei II
oiilntrv r,.nhain lin office we know not whi
sly 0t.,- the, future may bring forth. i.at'i
,n wh,') fl,,'. men whom at least we blieUve
i. ai n Ire,- good. competent and esponsile,
britn:: = n if ve tall to better our conditions
rht rfby. we cannot worst It.
late in
Iin oIr- YouI know perfectly well that the
onsibl,- rtt-at Nebraskan democrat has sought
p i,'. 110o nionopoly of the nomination, and
lequit ,i nan knows better than you that
calia'- ,he nomination will come to i'mni at
"auti! I),,iver without his seeking.-Pensa-
or' i,'r cola Journal. to the Ocala Banner.
polls A There was a time. perhaps, when
may )e this paler may have thought the same
sely in- thing. This paper did not believe that
t man Mr. Bryan was made of ordinary clay.
icre in It thought that he was made of the
judlg.d richest of pulverize-d earth. But when
he took part in 'h- Florida guberna-
w. trial election and has later made the
slatur-,, statement that he regards the nomina-
roduces tion worth something as a business
ie pain- asset, this paper regretfully confessed
er, cir-that its idol has been shattered and
necessi- it Is forced to the conclusion that M'.
n doing Bryan is made of clay. the same as
or the the balance of us.
ible ac-
we ear-
of va.;t . I

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Tour ag and my flag. and how it ftiez
l your land ad mny land and half the
world away;
Mom red aad bMod red its stripes for-
er wesNam;
kw white atd lsoul white, the good
forefathes dream;
MY blue and true blue. with stars that
The gloried guidon of the day. a sh'l-
ter through the night.
Your flag and my flag,. and oh. :.w
much it holds'
Your land and my land secure wihhii
its folds:


If the Baptist, Methodist, Presby-
terian, or any of the other churches,
were to mix up with politics. and take
a decidedly official stand in the selec-
tion of national, state, county ant
municipal officers, that church would
soon lose its identity as a religious
denomination and degenerate into a
political machine. It would split iup)
into factions, and as certainly go t1)
pieces as a ship striking against i
rock at sea.
If a church wants to become, a liv-
ing force in a republic like ours it
must stick to its creed and s"-iarate
itself completely from the state.
In our judgment the Marion County
Anti-Saloon League in mixing up with
politics and taking a hand in the p,res-
ent primary campaign has mniad' a se-
rious blunder.
It was understood that it was or-
ganized for the purpose of siipires..-
ing the saloon and not for lh,, p:ir,)os,,

Your heart and my heart beat quick-r eo running the politics ot !'- (o;lntv
at the sight; and booming certain in'iiviluals for
lun-kissed and wind-tossed, the r.' I office.
ad blue and white:
The one flag, the great flag, th.- flat f ,. When it becomes known 'hat this is
me and you: its object it will lose its force, potency
(Glorified all else beside.. the red an.I a
white and blue. ani Power for other and higher ends.
A great many persons joined the
league, little dreaming that it would
FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908 be used, as the tail to a kite, to fur-
='I their the ambition of its leaders. ()n
the contrary, they believed that its
It is said that the Georgia peach th cotay the beie tha its
It is id that the Georgia peach sole purpose, as stated in its motto,
crpis bigger tman ever. .. .* ,
was "for the suppression of the sa-

Bryan delegates won out in the Al-i loon."
abama primaries When the members awake to tho
!fact that whether organized for that
There must be a divorcement of the purpose or not the league is being
state and county primaries. used for a "stepping stone" to lift
-- certain men into office, in the next
Peaches, too, will have a tendency "wet and dry" election the lIaders
to ake us forget the primaries, Iwill be wholly discredited and the or-
[ganization incalculably injured
The state primaries and the demo- Men wi say. an wil ha a righ
Men w llrta ,aandawilt have aorigh
cratic party have about come to th to say, that the ulterior objects of th,.
parting of the ways. i league are for the parcelling out of
Sn w s the county offices and not for the sup-
Mr. Bryan now seems to have a
clear pathway to the presidential pression of the saloons, and a wet
cerpathway to theprsdnal. .,.
nomination at Denver. blanket thrown around the organiza-
tion will not have th-. effect of cool-
California is beginning to ship he," ing the ardor of the numbers more ef-
cantaloupe crop to market. The crown fectually.
is said to be very large. Men, as a rule, do not like to be
Made a cat's paw with which to pull
Fancy tomatoes are bringing gool j chestnuts out of a fire for some other
prices in New York and other mar-'fellow, and when they discover tht
kets. they are being used for this purpose
They immediately rebel.
One set of doctors say that Harry It is human nature to do so.
Thow is sane, while another set say.v Men. too. as a rule, like a quarere
be is insane. When doctors disagree!deal."
who is to decide? This circular letter, issued by and.
spin M chceco under the auspices of the Anti-Saloon
The spring tried" chicken crop of, League, comes at the tag end of the
Georgia is said to be a record-breaker campaign-after the weekly paper
The price of the crop down this way have all gone to press-and it is im-
is a purse-breaker. possible to bead off whatever effects
e s l m I the arguments used in the circular
The candidate is really more intert-
est than the odice-holders. We may have with the voters throughout
really hate to part company with the county.
ths_ So the objects aimed at in the cir-
__ __ _, cular letter may be attained: the An-
A bill appropriating $50.000 for a ti-Saloon League may be made to
mmril to Abraham Lincoln on th? serve as a stepping-stone in lifting
ite of the jlAcoln birthplace in Ken- certain ones indicated therein into
tecky, has bees passed by the senate, office. but when the next "wet and
___ dry" election is called or is attempted

That was an awful' tragedy in Tam-
pa-A "Merry Widow" was stuck en-
tirely through th., cr.wn with a hat-

T e orange is the king of fruits. We
begin eating them in October and cou-
tiaue to have them fresh from the
trees until June. Two-thirds of the
year they are fresh and delicious.

Red bandanas, red petticoats an4
red noses have practically gone out of
s tyle. What are the heroes and he-
S roaines going to do when they rush out

to be called, it will not require a seer
to note the injury this circular letter
will have caused those whose real ob-
jects are outside the line of politics
and purely for the suppression of the
liquor traffic.
It almost goes without saying that
men who head a movement of this
sort ought to alienate themselves
from all sordid motives and political
ambitions so as to be in a position
when the arrows of criticism are aim-
ed at them they will fall hurtless at
their feet.

to flag trains speeding to odestruc- The state primary is too l.ig a lux-
tion ?-Georgian. ry to be severely democratic. We
hard one of the candidates sav that
Down in Citrus county an improp- the postage stamps aloni COs* hir'
erly marked ballot is not thrown out. for just sending his platform fifteen
7%p committee holds that any ballot hundred dollars. Printing it. fodin/
that expresses the will of the voter, it and addressing it cost another fif
when it is clearly not fraudulent, teen hundred, and when this is repeat-
must be counted. Not a bad ruling. ed several times it cost just as niuch
each time. and when all ean(lidates
Hon. Frank Clark recently had the.
,on Prank Cla r reoent ,ly a the begin doing the same thing the quan-
smw~whe ,if Urnn Inhn R Rpfla nn aAh-

OUR MILITARISTS leet from one ocean to another Just
when hearts are most irritated. Fill
President Roosevelt's request for your newspapers with accounts of
four new battleships this year. and what your ships are doing, crowd your

plenty of torpedo boats and destroy-
era is only one incident in the swell-J
ing movement of an imperial drama.
It is the most colossal and far-reach-
ing development which is taking place
in our day and generation, and yet,
with. the exception of an isolated pro-
test here and there, our people have.
quietly acquiesced in the adoption of
a policy which breaks completely
with our most sacred traditions, and
launches the republic upon a course
which is fraught at every step witn
peril and which may lead to unimag-
inable disaster. Why is it that men
in such surprising numbers have be-
come ardent champions of the big
club, or have at least been reduced to
silence while the multiplication of
battleships and cruisers goes steadily
onward before their eyes? It is be-
cause they are victims of a set of fal-
licies. They are caught in the mesh-
es of plausible sophistries. They ari
captivated by a series of assumnption.-s,
all of thrn both specious and false.
Lett us look at some of these assump-
1. 'The navy is simply a police
force." Of course we believe in a po-
lice force., both for cities and for na-
tions. A nation must do business on
the water as well as on the land. It
must have its officers and agents on
land and sea. There are robbers on
the waters, pirates along certain
coasts. There must be armed vessel:
on all the seas-everybody knows
this. The oceans must be policed.
But the navy we are building is not a
police force. It is not built to look af-
ter pirates. One-tenth of our ships
could attend to all the pirates whic;i
the world can produce. We are build-
ing a mighty engine of destruction.
getting ready for full-grown assassins
who are going to break in on us at
midnight. Who are these prospective
cut-throats? There are only four of
them: England, France, Germany and
Japan. No one else could break in on
us. no one else could possibly make'
us afraid. These, then, must be the
assassins. These are the murderers
to be afraid of. We are not preparing
for pirates, we are getting ready to

knock off

the head of one

of our

neighbors. Our great and growing
navy is no; a police force--it is not
built to look after rowdies: it is a
huge organization of brutq force, bul-
lying force, terrifying force, which
can only produce irritation, ugly feel-
ing and everlasting disturbance an l
2. "But if these four nations hav-
great navies, we must follow their ex-
ample. We cannot afford not to do
what they do." So men say; but why
not? We are not like them. Their sit-
uation is different from ours. They
have enemies, hereditary enemies:
we have not. Moreover, these four
nations are our special friends. We
are coming closer all the while to
England. Germany and America
have never been such good friends as
now. France and our republic hav?
always gone hand in hand. Nobody
outside of a pack of mischief-makers
has ever dreamed that Japan has any
feeling toward us but one of good will.
3. "A nation unarmed is at the
mercy of its neighbors." So some men
say. but it is not so. Mexico is not
armed. She is not at our mercy. If
all our ships were at the bottom of
the sea we would not be at the mer-
cy of anybody. No nation would at-
tack us; no nation could attack us un-
less we deserved by our foolishness
to be attacked. All the protection
that a nation needs in the twentieth
century is a disposition in her rulers
and statesmen to love mercy and do
justly, and walk as a nation ought to
4. "We have got to protect the,
Philippines,'" men say with baie l'
breath, as though all the nations were
looking on with envious eyes and itch-
ing hands, eager to snatch away from
us our glittering treasure. "WVe nulls'
l)rOtect the Phiiil)pines!" From
whom? Tell us who wants the Philip-

magazines with pictures o1 torpeao
boats and destroyers. Set all the
young men of the country thinking
and talking about war, and then some
day war will come. It is inevitable!
If a nation does not want to fight It
must put up its sword. It is amazing
that there is an intelligent man on
earthb who cannot see this.-Rev.
Chas. E. Jefferson of the Broadway
Tabernacle, in New York Independ-



Mrs. Hamilton H. Finck. president


The Chicago Inter Ocean discusses
the negro vote in a way whicb indi-
cates that it is seriously alarmed
about the effect of this vote upon the

coming presidential struggle.
By the census of 1900 there were
in the country 2,065,989 negro men ol
voting age. It is assumed that this
numebr has increased by this tint"
to 2,273,000. In the south these votes
will not avail to give the states to the
republican candidate, unless we con-
sider Deleware, Maryland, and WPst
Virginia as belonging to the s:)uth.
They were once included in the "Sun-
ny South." and Maryland is still calle-'l
a Southern State, and has become a
doubtful state. But in a number of

of the Pennsylvania Woman's Press Northetrn States the negro vote is so
Association, addressed a large gather:- large that it threatens to hold the hal-
ing of women this week on "The Puri- ance of power. In other words, in
fiction of the Press." "It's all ve>v c,)mlpara iv,'iy, close 'ears the negro
well to blame the newspapers fo,: ,ro., r:".;-'.vn solidly for one or an-
printing scandals," said Mrs. Finch. o(thor (of "i' groat part's. will dtre:-
"but do not let us, as women, forget ::i, 'restil.
that we are primarily the cause o ilinoi h:,s ".een larz', '.-
many of the scandals. If there were li,(i'j .rijo.itio:, ii'' T n i xx i '
no divorces and no terrible crimes ii.i, ,t ._"-.,,. an- in In -!". it ,a\-
against society, there would be 1 noth- t ,,I ( ;!.'),-'lts a p)i:-r'a ity (), '"27.,,''
ing for th, newspapers to print except Sho l-', the stato r ', rt to as clo.se
the good things. But .vhit is th- ii.-'1 j 0el('tiins a'a i'm 1St ls- and II S92 th
of saying you hate the .-( anlalis in tih' inegro vote,. which is estimnalted at :;,.-
paper when Vn o o111211 a() say yollt ha ;lt:, ml). !migh 4!oc.dle the is:-ue. Of course
all scandal? it i: !Toss"ihi)' that thi 4,lection thi-
"The women who talk scandal--nil yiiiear will not be so close, andl it is al.;o
unfortunately many ot the very clt- likely that ,h- negro vote will not b
ics of the newspapers do th-is-ar.1 th so lidi for the democrats. But thete
very means of furnishing the papers ar, other northern states where the
with the kin(l ot obnoxious stuff that inogro vote is likely to have much
gets into them. more influence.
"If you as woman realize that thol In Indiana. whore th,- pendlulni
paper, as it is today, is a dangerous habit long prevailed, the republican
menace to your home, then don't b)uy plurality never reached 7.0KO in an"
the pal)er. Every penny that yoi i P,-sidcri: year frontm 19, to 1P9?.

give toward the subscription of a pa-
per that prints the filthy details of a
scandal is a help toward supporting
that paper. Be consistent, do not inL
one minute blaniw a papor for l)ri
ing scandal and the next minute buy
the paper that prints it.
"All we need to do is to concentrat-1
our efforts on the creation of a httt-r
moral tone in society, so that the pa-
pers will not have so much to f'edl
"We cannot ask the papers not to
record crime, because we all know
that crime exists and has existed since
the beginning of time, but we can ask
that editors who are in the position
of judges in tribunals, print the right
kind of a record of th- crime, and tell
the story in such a way ihar our mnor-
al sensil)ilities will not be shocked.


"The Truthful Editor" was the sub-
ject last week of a sermon by the Rev.
Dr. S. H. Woodrow. of Washington.
The power of the press for good o!'
evil was set forth in a striking man-
ner. while the pernicious influence of
th*e sensational newspaper was char-
acterized as one of ;he greatest evils
of journalism.
"These papers," said Dr. Woodrow,
"place the moralso f the people too
low." He also commented upon th
comic sections, and urged their im-
provement, because of their tendency
to destroy the temperament of chil-
dren for artistic beauty.
In conclusion he said: "There can
be no more potent influence for goo.l
government, wise education, pure
morals and true religion than th-
press when it gets a vision of i-s mis-
sion and service."


To the Editor of the World:
Please tell me why men fight so
hard to governor of a state or hold
other political jobs?
Hion. Hoke Smith and [,on. .Joe
Brown are ,,ndidlat,'s for gov't-rnor
inii this state. it is sail that Hon.
lHole Smith giv' up a practice worth
$50),i001) and more pI'r year and more.
to )e governorr at a small salary.
Augusta. Ga.. May 1:'.
In Florida the same conditions pro-
r, 5 1 r n r. n In vg.r Tir P f 'r t ,;-.

inclusive, and in two of the presiden-
tial years it went democratic. SinIe.
1 02' it has been steadily republican.
but it ij. not by any nmenas certain
.ha- .iis yv'ar h wihi rephiica
l)lurality nma' :iot be so refdiucd that
the 2,,.,Im) negro vortrs may hI-ld th..
lbalanree (f )ov ,Nr. flow many of th'-P.
'.,)trs the republican party may b1
aLflt to hold is uncertain.
Ohio has ::.5.,io negro voters., and
hey have a decided hostility to M.
Tat :1nid Presidlent Roosevelt. Ne',.
York gave great republican majoritie-
in some recent years, but at the ele,-
tion of the last state ticket it elected
al11 'leionats. except the ca::didilatr
for governor. It has 35,h4, negro)
voters- an,] if thev vnt, tpnc-,th.,-

Young Woman Found in Awful COn.
edition with Scabies-Body a MaN
of Sores from Scratching-Tried
Many Remedies for Seven Weeks
-Result Was Discouraging, But

a, While I was doing miionary wk
in the lower portion of several citiM I
found it necesaary to know a little of
the efficacy of a few "nedicfnes and
after a while I found that a little know.
edge of Cuticura was about all I needed
One of the very bad cases. I had to deal
with was that of a young woman who
had come to us not only broken in
spirit but in a moet awful condition
physically. Our doctor examined her
and told uz- that she had -cabi.-s (the
itch), incipient par-:-. rh.umatiAm.
etc.. brought on from exposure and the
effects of her ragged-t*dg,-d Ide. Her
poor body was a mas,4 of wor's from
scriratchin g and she was not able to
retain iolhd food. We tried many things
a good tonic was pr.es(.tw'l antid bath,
with a rubbng of lard and vulph'ir. We
worked hard for sc'ven wev.-k, anid you
can imagine how dli4-ouraedi we wenp
when. after all that tinv-. we could w
so little improvement. On- day I hap-
pened to a a Cuticura advert-mnent
telling how a little baby haki been
cured of a bad case of skin eruption.
and although I had but ninety-.wven
cents with me. I bought a cake of Cuti-
cura Soap and a bottle of Cuticura
Resolvent. When I rt.ached bone I
waa like a child with a new toy. and w
bathted our patient well and gave her a
full dose of the Resolvent. She slep
that night better than she had sinoe
she had been with us and the next day
1 located the pric.- of a box of t.'uta'ura
Ointment. I am not ,'xag-'rating
wh,.n I sgv that in ex')-tlyv five woa
this young woman wa, able to look for
a position, bein,4 -trong enough to work
and full of ambition. In another
month she left th- home, and now h-w
a good position in a n1,. family wlierq
she i-; respected and is str,:nv and well.
Y *u nmay r-:''r an" one, you w..h to me.
personally. La'i.-A Jane Bates, %.
Fifth Ave., New York. N. Y., Mar. 11.
r'nm pte.' rx'-rn.A and tntr'ail TrrmeUt l#
Fr-ry ri'.-,)r rf Intint (. hildrn. astI Aduit&b n
i >f C'ui"r-'irs S .'tn '. ) to (Cena- M the Skte.
:','u-, i itntri n' t .'-I, ) to H4Ie I the skin. and ('it-
r:'. H '.,'.P l,'t ,. ,',r in the form of ( oenloat
('.itp4 Pii-a 2w'< poer viil .f6) ti) Purtv the Bikm4
S.'d thr,,uzrh.ut tb, world. PtUtr I Drug & chfr .
co- )s.e C,.-r r C'.:."-1 I ree. Cuticufl Book on Skla DtMin.


W\. J. Bryan spent somn, time with
the house democratic members at th',
capitol Saturday afternoon, and took

..." ... .... inch with the dernocrad i' i. aduer..
against the repuIblican nominee-, it i Rntati W il.ia s .R e, s-'
. .Representati~ e W\illiams. Represen' i
not improbable that they will hol! ri 'ayn a i H Wi li n o lap,
the b c of rives (Clayton and Heflin of AlabahmA
the balance of power, an'! W',)resntati ,.arn-. of K-'n
,, . , ,.and UR-pre1sentativ- .Jam*s of K--n
It is estimated that the 24.001 neorq) ticky. Mr. Bry.an dii not car to dli.,
otherss in New .Jersev. 9,.'),o in I)ei-uss his aniiac. but his congr
./., ^ . cuss his c.andii-lacy. lbut his cntres
ware. 5.000 in Connecticut andt 12.00,)
ae., in Ciuta 1 i sional friends ,iclare that other, is ii.
in Massachusetts might change th-.'
in mit . tle doubt of his nomination on ,-1
political complexion of those state-. first ballot. They also believe he CA;
andl it is certainly possible that soni lbe elected, a shortly atr the o
** i, ^ .. be elected, and short v after the con.
of them may be found in the Demo- frenc Representative eflin r.pAr
cratic column.fTlcl^^^Hnnp~~
critic column. .tl a statement to that effect.
The Inter Ocean .ays thai Pennsi- "'Bryan." says Mr. -lin.ana
vania has given less than 40,.00o in a says Hti "an
ry the southern states. including Mi4
national election and that the star- souri andt Oklahoma. That give to)
contains almost 60.000) negro voter, the democratic candidate 166 electoral
Calculations on Pennsylvania-s going votes to start with. Only seventltix
democratic in a national election ar",. o sar ncay Byn
however, pretty wild. The negro vot- more votes are necessary. Bryan
however, pretty wild. The negro vo- strength as a candidate lies in thi
ers of Kentucky and Missouri are also fact that h* can poll re votes than
mentioned, but if the democrats of any other democrat in certain battle
those states are only ordinarily rea- ground states. He bas already sb)o.l
sonable it will harldy need any negro this in other campaigns In Ohio he
vote to give them to the democrats polled more votes than any other o
candidates. polled more votes than any other d,*m
ocrat before or since. He did thio
Of course, discussions of this sort against McKinley Ohio's favortt ot-.
are largely speculative. The Natio-againt McKnly Ohios vorit
are largely speculative. The Nation- He will carry Ohio with her twenty
al Conventions of both parties are yot three votes thAs year. He polled motr-
to be held. and what takes place* a* he oe hi ya eplelmr
to) be held, and what takes place a: votes in Indiana in ls96 than any oth
each will have much influence on the er democratic candidate for president
result. It is plain that the republi- Other states that Bryan can carri
cans are alarmed about the negro vote are Illinois, Wisconsin and I regar
but how it is to be divided, if divided even New York and New Jersey *ii
at all, remains yet to be seen. It is possible, while West Virginia is proo
pretty clear that every possible means ably democratic. Nebraska will go)
to reconcile the negroes to the partv for Bryan. He carried it In 149;, anti
th'.y have always supl)orted will find (i 'ndo so again The sat Is true 0!
ftivor, but to what 'o what extent lan ,lo a) ain The lahan- is truNe ofva
they will snecce.ed in doing so is as yet 3,."
uncert' aini.--Courier-Journal.

.A o n tg o mn e r A la .. M ay Ie.--- T hict .'T's ,), -'l . -- I i ,r C I ,.
\Villianm ,Jennings Bryan as a !)'r oi o n, <' a111 h .i;.t i ''nile)r'm.














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THE PICNIC AT LYNNE Lewis, W. E., Jeff and Joe Martin and
Albert Fort; Linadale, Mr. McCraney
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: and Mr. Gus Walters; Anthony, Mr.
The two big Ocala editors, Messrs. and Mrs. Tom Jones.
Harris and mitunger; were here to' From our country were Me-sdamca
write up the event. But as we, the Reynolds, Isaac John and Early Per-
Grahamville correspondent. were also kins, Edwards, Charles and Bob Rog-

on the grounds, it is our duty to write
a few lines to represent the country.
Long before Luna had settled in
her far-away western home on Thurs-
day morning, the children's feet went
boomp, boomp, boomp against the
floors of home, throughout the valley
as the little tots sprang with a laugh
from their cozy beds.
Picnic smiles ascended from their
hearts and came out in all the splen-
dor imaginable on their little faces as
they romped around and called the{r
Before sun-up everyone on this side
of the Oklawaha was u "grown up
tot." Picnic time stirs our cup of joy
to overflowing.
The moon had risen on the oth-r
side of earth and lighted up St. Pe-
tersburg. Pekin, Paris. Singapore,
SConstantinoplle. Mukdlen. Shanghai,
and all of the old world ere old Sol
Rose from his warm 'bed in the far
east to light up our picnic day. The
suin canim, up fresh and rosy and a
few minutes earlier than the dlay be-
fore. And in thO afternoon he stayed
a f(-w minutes longer in lie heavens
than on the day previous, as he was
so anxious to be with us. and for us
to have all the time possible to pic-
nic in.
SThe breeze had a "May honeymoon
zeplihyr touch." It was a picnic breeze.
!iure adild )erf'ct.

ers, Edward Moody, Walter Finlay,
Granville and Robert Holly, W. R.,
Paul and William Fore. Frank Smith,
Marshall, Dudley, Joe, Ellis anl


J. 0. Young, publisher and adver-
tising manager of the Home Friend.
of Kansas City, who has been spend-
ing considerable time the last thirty
to sixty days seeing the diffePent parts
of the United States from New York
to the far west and studying adver-
tising conditions, has returned to his
office In Kansas City and writes the

George Goolsby, Charles and William Commercial Union as follows:
Teuton, Charles Mason. Bob McDon- "Never before has there been such
aid, John, Jaby and James Gore. E. 0. a bright outlook for the advertisers as
Cordrey, Howard Hall, A. Long, Rube there is at the present time. This Is
Long, B. I. Hull, N. A. Fort. Thomas particularly true of those advertisers
Randall, Jack Randall. William Rob- who expect to secure their patronage
erts, Tom and Dick Griggs, Lem Wil- in that part of the United States
son, Joseph and Cornelius Stanaland. known as the Great Southwest. Farm
William Tillis. William Henderson. and business interests in the south-
Fred Welhorner, Russhian. \w. P. west were never seriously affected by
Moorman, their husbands and several the so-called money panic, as there
others we did not catch, was never a time when the farmers
One hundred or more children were of this territory were not in a p)ositioa
there, and, ot course, all the candi- to raise some ready cash.
dates were on deck. "The agricultural ournlook is nu-!l-
The young ladies pres'ut were 1is-- ally promising. There lia.s been a.i
es Mamie DuPuis. .ulie Perry. Opjal abundance of timely rain-fall, with

Hall. Dora Smith, Beulah. Maz. ('Car
and leila Holly. Daisy Bell For;, Lau-
ra and Mamnie Randall. Annie and Si.O-
ney Dudley. Bedlie Sewell, Bessie an.1
Maggie Wilson. Alice Worth. Rosai
Roberts, Alice and Edna (Cordrevy. Betr-
ty McCarley, Atwater. Weaver, Ya--
borough. Sallie and Pearl Tillis. Vir--
ginia Gore, Emma Mason,. Pauline
Hinton. Ethel and Flossie Stanaland
and several others from this section.
Among the )cala ladies were Mrs.
E. IL. Carney, Mrs. W. D. (Graham.
Mrs. H. G. Haycraft. Mrs. James R.
Moorhead. Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs.

iTh,! big bu.'ch. plus 40 people of Robert Flynn, Mrs. C. IL. Bittinge'.
I the vaiiey anti Hughes" Island, :f,00Mrs. C. R. Hendricks, Mrs. W. S.
from Ocala, Electra. Martin, Berlin, Durst, Mrs. D. W. Tompkins. Mrs. V.
lJlddck. Ken.Irick, Pine. Weirsdale, i. J. Young. Mrs. Baxter Camrn and Miss-
1Linadale and Moss Bluff, found Sun- es Lucile Lancaster. Daisy and iLilliaa
ny Lynne on tile map on the south- Young and Miss Ausl.y.
west shore of Lake Diamon. sixteen CHATTEN CHUM.
miles east of Ocala. They came hero "PEACE DAY" IN EUROPE
for a good time. Merry widows,
? London, May IS.-This is "peace
sweet in the shade ot the "merry wid-Lodo, M 1-h is "pa-
e i te o t day" in England and on the continent,
ow hat: charming town and countri.-
ow h .c t and the proverbial love, with, flutter-
girls, too swcet for anything; chil- ing wings, is brooding oer Europe,
dren. joyous in their merriment; ms- gwnsl boli veEu0
dren. joyous in their merriment: ma- while speakers in hundreds of meet-
trons, with smiles which showed thvt ings are denouncing war as a relief
*- i *i ngs are denouncing war as a reli.-.
they were of the banner county: an *i1
th awei iof the banner county: an of barbarism and demanding its in
men, as angos, in the lone ray stant and eternal abolition as a means
MThiss cMarion's" eidates.'rostrum was built of settling disputes among nations.
Thd candidates' rostrum was built Ever since the arbitration tribunal at-
uder a cltn) of oaks on the south .hThe Hague was established, nin,
side of the still, and within a stone's e ag a sanisa
throw of Lake Diamond. years ago today this anniversary has
Before tLe hour of speaking-ten been celebrated by the friends of
Before the hour of speaking--ten
o'clock-M.rs. A. Long of Connor dec- peace throughout Europe, but today's
observance is more general than ever
orated this stand with beautiful flow- o rvance is more general than ever
ers from her pretty flower yard at before. Scores of meetings were held
es from her .retty flower yard at in London this afternoon and others
Apart from the decorated table are scheduled for this evening.
Apart from the dtecorated table ___ -~ u- __
stood a vase of magnificent roses.
"This bouquet." Mrs. Long said, "will
be contested for by thb-, candidates.
The best speaker gets it." Colonel
Rogers won the trophy in his speech W
announcing himself county committee- FIN E W I
At ten o'clock the master of cere-
monies. Colonel Rogers, stepped to
the rostrum, rapped for order, and, O
with in few choice words, asked ev- ur store as al
eryone "in out of the yard." stuffs we handle.
Candidates and newspaper men w
took places on the stand, and the counters.
crowd, all except the young couples
of lovers, filed into the reserve l01
seats. PROVE 11
In his eloquence of speech the col-
onel "opened the ball" by introducing
Col. C. I.. Bittinger of the Star.
Each candidate was limited to fif- Golden Beauty Ceylon
teen minutes in which to "tell it" to
the people. Tea
Several spoke in the forenoon.
At noon the poet of the village sang T ,

I out:
"Prop up those tables, and prop them
Good things are in abundance, and
SCourt of Appeals held H. was entitled they are swell."
Vw, wu,'icl fMdra o\f lonrhn-

When singing angels blessed the wait- to a mandatory injunction 1o compel
ing earth removal of the dog- as its internmenr.t
On royal David fell celestial fire. v as caiurary to the rules of the as-
In Israel he first smote the living seiation, that. if th burial ,: dog-
lyre weree permitted in a celleter.-, don-
nd heavenly music sweetly came to keys. horses, or bulls might be in-
birth terred at the dictates of the freakish
In battle hynu.-. in choral songs, and j fan(y of the owner, and that contracts

k. o. 4 v % I I;I1 T1 [ 1 4 1'tA III I %/ I I I *I Iki If
dred, anti after grace by Rev. B. B.
i|Hull, we all enjoyed for au hour the
ithelicious good things.
The l)romotres of this picnic didl
their part to )perfection: and our val-
ley people all carrie i well filled ba-,-
The barbecued nmeats were fine in-
l t. .- 1 % -l A t ,- nU- ii A j-k -i at n*- ?A.1 -*^* -* I

is a r ruit Tree
In a Teacup.

amnl)le intervals of sunshine for spring
work. The wheat crop for Kansa.-
alone promises to ex(e,,I lixi millions
bushels. The Oklahoma crop will uin-
dloubted ly equal, if not exceed, th. :
record of any preceding year. Th"
Missouri prospects are above the aver-
age. Highly remunerative prices are i
assured owing to the exhaustion of
old wheat reserves.
"The corn crop has been planted
with the soil in fine condition for
healthy germination of the seed and
the thrifty growth of the plant. I
"Prices of all kinds of live stock
are entirely satisfactory, being as hig I
as they have been for years.
"The great agricultural popular ion
of the southwest will go on making
better homes, buying improved
equil)ments wearing better cloth-',
and enjoying more luxuries than they
have in the past.
"The demand for all kinds of labor
in the rural districts is surprising.
The records of the different state fre
employment bureaus have never be-
fore shown such a demand at this
time of the year. Everywhere you go
in the rural districts and small towns
in the southwest every condition even
the very air. seenims to breathe pros-
"Big crops everywhere will give us
a firm foundation to build on this fall.
upon which prosperous conditions can
again be brought about for the gei-
eral Dusiness world."

FOR SALE-Good driving pony,
also a good work animal; price rea-
sonable. Apply "P. S.," care Ocala
Banner. 5-8-4tw.


* YT^

A son of High Mark. No. 1594. Ds=.
by a son of Edwin Forest.
This is a pure-bred saddle stallion.
three years old; a handsome brown
colt, 16 hands high. He will be allow-
ed to serve a limited number of mar s
at $5 per service, or $10 for the s-
son. This colt served five mares last
season and four of them are known
to be in foal-the other mare had not
been heard from. Money is due whbm
service Is rendered, and liens retained
on all colts where the service fee to
not fully paid.
A good mule Jack. Will make the
present season at $5 per service; $10
for the season, or $15 to Insure a liv-
ing colt. Liens retained on colts for
service fee.
This stallion and Jack will make the
season of 1908 at Dungarven Farm.
one and one-half miles west of Or-
ange Lake. The season for them an-
imals will close July 15, and no mares
will be served after that date. 3-2W0t

S. H. CoitsHkll


rays been noted for the high grade food

Nothing but the best ever offered over our


Glencairu Estate Ceylon

Combines the Fragrance of
a Blossom with the Natural
Ripeness of Old Wine.


Urn Formosa

Oolong Tea

As Delicate as the
Fragrance of a Rose

If you are a lover of Good Tea, do'nt fail to look this list over.

Mioyune GunpowderTea Extremely Superb Fine Old London Dock

Choice Quality. Darjeeling India Tea Engli.h Breakfast Tea.

W4 WA 60 90


W. vv lx
-4p 44 4,

ml mi-w%-



To Healing Air of Hyomel. Sold U
der Guarantee by the Peteflee
Drug Store
Catarrh is the most prevalent 41i-
ease known to humanity. Probably
ninety per cent. of the people in tot
country sutiffer at one time or anotlr
with this common disease.
It is a germ disease and hence can
be cured only by some method that
will reach and destroy the germs.
This is btst founi in Hjromet.
which may b- called the ilirect meth-
ood of treating catarrb. as its medica-
tion. taken in with the air you breathe
goes directly to evet'r) cell in the nowe.
th-roat and lung.;. kills all catarrhal
germs; heals the irritated mucous
membrane and vitalizes the tissues
so as to render catarrh no longer po-
Tle Postoffice D)ri : Store ive-. its
al.solutt1 guarantee to refund the
price to an.% catarrh suitferer that Hy-
liitvi fails to he'nfit


- - dbl

-INj '104

20r which he was called to fill at th.-
Mcilntosh Presbyterian church has
turned to his home in South. Caro-

Dr. Dodge of Ocala will preach tho
dedication sermon on the fifth Sun-
day in the beautiful new Presbyt'-
rlan church. On the same Sundlay

Dr. Wardell of Marietta. Ga.. who has;
been caned and has accepted int .M,'-i
Intosh pulpit will fill D. Dodlgos pl,-
pit. He will preach his first sermon
in Mcintosh The first Sunday in .Imn..
Messrs. (;aitskill. Gist and North-
worthy mie'nlilers of th1 S'at-i, or-1i.
cultiral Socicly \v r' in attendan<
at the H(orticultural n'-ting ;at 4;ailln
esville lasi t ,'k
Mrs. \" M. Richard!son has u-..,n
visiting I.*Y- ,laut.htIt r. r. .1. \. x11-
%ler. for the past week retuirne,< luon'
W. P. Shettlewv.ortih and son shipped
on the 1.ith 111 crates of cantaloupe.s
which sold in New York for $4 per
Mrs. Lee and ,laughter arne '.itonc
the former sister. Mrs. \V. C. Sh,'-
A church picnic was held at Evin-

Mr. W. H. Nettles the saw mill man TURPENTINE MARKET
of Flemington was in our midst Tues-
day on business. Receipts at Savaunah still continue
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harrell were i considerably in excess of thna fnr


Pedal Cor. Ocala Banner:
The bean truckers are not smiling
evr the returns for shipments. This
year has been most unsatisfactory be-
cae of the extended drouth. From
planting till gathering there has been
nly one rain. As a result the beans
bave yielded less than half a crop. Th-
ulrgMest planters here are Martin &
Ca. Knoblock Bros., Townsend Bros.
od Veal & Co. The prospects are
tt the returns will not pay for the
fIr i ers used. Labor, in spite of the
talk of hard times, has been as high
ed scarce as usual. Excellent pric-
es are still being paid by the sawmill
sval stores and truckers of this sec

Cantaloupes are looking fairly well
d the prospects are that the crop.
while not giving a large yield, will te
etra sweet and well flavored. Twc
od rains will save this crop, if they
Ell in a reasonable length of time
The largest shippers are now busv
preparing for the handling of this
crop. New sheds are being built
parking houses are being repaired and
&rge forces of workmen are being or-
Canized to handle the crop with dis-
patch. Most of the crop will be sept
by refrigerator cars, as express hip
meats are never satisfactory.
The melon crop has been hurt less
by the long drouth, than any oth-r
crop. However, if there is not a rain
oon, it will not be more than half as
Jarge a yield as would be utinder fa-
vorable conditions. In spite of the
fct that Martin has the finest truck-
Jug lands in the state, this year-'.
dwouth has hurt the capital of th-
truckers. Little, if any, money wi;]
be made.
W. M. Knoblock has purchased thi-
nercantile business of Knoldo.,'
Bros. He has clerking for him Mi-r.
Slack. a former Oniploye of the A -
bnti( Coast Line from ;ainlsxiillt'.
H. S. Wells has resignedl a8 jo-.I-
master and W. M. Knoblock is now
serving in itha i capacity. Mr. \Vells
has so'.d an interest in the liusine-,
to L. F. Te-uton & Co.. and will devotee
bis tilime to the luniu-r business.
IMrs. H. S. Wels has been t(uite ill
for a great while It is most i-,,n;t-
WIe that she is not infpro\ ini ite r
condition is not hopeful.
M. C. Teuton. who has been .i
work in Ocala for several months. is
nOw assisting his brother in the stose
Will White, one of the coolrel e-,i-
ployes of the J. W. Crosby l,.rgin:.
munp. had the misfortune, while cur-
tiag down a tree. to get his nose bro-
ke, skull fractured and face mashed
-t of shape. He is being attended by
ir. 8. Lindner of Anthony. who has
d-e a fine piece of surgical work to
mve the poor man's life.


Dr. Sample having served the time


W. Z. Chappell performed on he or-
gan. XANTHA.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Miss Grace Hatchell cf Ocala has
been visiting Mrs. W. H. Moore for
a few days the past week.
Mr. Clarence J. Smith came up from
Tampa Sunday to visit him family
and be here for the primary. Mr.
Smith, we are glad to learn, will
come back the latter part of July to
make this his permanent home.
Mr. R. L. Martin has made quite a
success of his manner of loading sand
with his 2-h. p. gasolene engine. H-
is now loading cars as fast as he can
get them on the sidetrack for the gov-
ernment building, now under con-

awakened Sunday night from the;r
peaceful slumbers by a number of
their friends who came in and all en-

this time last year, but the tendency
'is toward a return to more normal
proportions. For the month to May
15, though, there was a considerable
increase apparent, 12,586 casks of
spirits against 9032 last May for the
same period, and 36,664 barrels of ros-
in against 19.583. For the season uD
to Friday the receipts at Savannah,
were 33.325 casks of spirits, and 89,-
055 barrels of rosin, against 18,610
casks of spirits and 48,523 barrels of
rosin to same (late last year. JacK-
Ssonville, on the other hand, has al-
ready got down to normal figures, its
receipts to the 14th inst. for this sea-
son being 13,981 casks turps and 40,-
811 barrels rosin against 14,125 spirits
and 39,848 rosins for the same period
last year. The excess receipts at Sa-
vannah accordingly cannot be charg-
ed to diversion of receipts from Jack-
sonville but must be laid at the door
of the causes already given in the
Review. The general opinion, how-



- . --. k Ttlk ^'--ml ails n i nI I

continue much larger it is felt gener-
ally that they must soon get down
more to a parity with last season.

This Saturday a. m. at t10 o'clock
rosins posted firm at following prices:
WW $6.15-20, WG $6.10-15, N $6,M
$5.90, K $5.75, I $4.SO. H $3.85-90, G
$3.30-35. F $3.25-30. E $3.2u, D $3.00,
C-A $2.80; receipts, 3087: sales, 2738.


Might Possibly Be Forced On the
Public as a Result of Increased
A complete change in physical com-
plexion of the American newspaper
is proposed by Wisconsin print paper
manufacturers. That is. they would
have newspapers in future print on
black instead of white paper, and use
for the type impression white instead
of black ink.
They claim that millions of dollars
may thus be annually saved, in dis-
pensing with wood pulp. in assisting
in the preservation of tlhe forests and
in reducing the price of news paper
M'^ ahm l rf ~ no- h l ito v-^n ^ { v.-n,-^ n.^*t ni-let,

lers' Insurance Company, a corpora-
tion under the laws of the state of
Connecticut, Mary K. Orr. be and they
are hereby required to appear to the
bill of complaint filed in this cause on
or before Monday, the 6th day of July.
It is further ordered that a copy ot
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Banner, a newspaper publish I
in said county and state.
This ._1th dlay of May. 190o.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.
By H. B. Fo). Jr.. I). C
0. T. GREEN.
Complainant's Solicitor. ,-_2


in September and the onloms matured
April 1st. This shows conclusively
that they can be made a paying crop.
for those sent in here are the finest
we have ever seen, and Mr. Castle or
anyone else can produce hundreds of
barrels just like them at a low cost
and little trouble, for there Is plenty
(of iand of the same kind awaiting
dl.-'.-opment.-Ft. Pierce News.
For years there have been more or
l'ss experiments made in growing
lBermuda onions at nearly all the
oinlts along the lower Fast Cxst.
;ani tn the majority of cases they
i'*iii been proven successful; but Ila
I .t a 6i l-k ,a .. --d -- $(tf lft I -' ---_t--

struction at Ocala. ever. seems to be that as to turps the m -wu ,-" prIJ ut Cu~t. --'-I" I, 1 i iuri tts-.-B itucou, coEiUpr
The young people around the lake Savannah receipts will get down pret- Black paper, they say, can be made In the Circuit Court of the Firth .hIii i l few onions are bein O
of old newspapers and almost any hi ca ici fFoiai n tr .a~ea aktcp I h ii
gave a delightful moonlight barge ty well to normal by the end of the of old sp s and almost any i cia Circuit of Florida in and fr \i a general market crop In the vi
dance on Friday night at Carson'., month; that is. that the weekly re- brous stock, while white paper re- rion County-In Chancery. i of Fort Pierce there is a lar
landing. The LIadies' Village Improve- ceipts will then more nearly corres- quires spruce and hemlock wood. The John R. Williams-. Complainant. %. : ,,a of land that is specially adapt,
meant Society sold refreshments on pond with those of the corresponding matter, so is stated, will be brought (Charles XV. White ,t al. I nI'- : rowing this valble crop Wit
Mrs. K. H. Clements' lawn. nearby, to week of 1907. before the eastern manufacturers, ants-Ordetr for ('Constructi\, -: r- rhe almost absolute certainty of
w ith a view of bringing about con- %, i ce. "r v r i g f o t t 5 ,# h l'l
Raise money for a cemetery fence?. Conditions are not yet favorable for with a view of bringing about co It is ordnlered that tl, defendant' var from tO
They now have twenty-seven dollars improved values, although there was herte action with the pblisrs erein named, to-wit: Charles WV acre the' hou ship
in the treasury toward the fence, andl a temporary spurt this week which, ap- the country, but no positive stleps will \-hite. The 'con.o()liidated 'hitit ('ii Ci amni'illy iindreds of car ladk froi
will soon give a picnic dinner to all parently meant nothing more than an bp taken intil the congressional in- Plal.iY. a corpo-ration unde i r the laws of ha int alon, At h [ ,. I ,.
the men who will meet andt help clean inclination to try the market and so -vestigation into the Paper trust shall lie state tor -raiziia, 'rho Tra- fllnr -
Iube concluded. Insranc. -(COipatiV. -orlorai.n.iti i- ii-ir, for the pat tn or rn.,r.
Sup the ground. what it would stand. The price wa t:;l der the laws of the -tare of (',rn,,i- .'t, r. ha he,,,.n arialv i, t-
Mrs. .ludd and little dautgher -f advanced to 41 cents, with a few ha-- It is feared! that the tl;acI ,lt -li- '. Mlary K ()Orr. Ie and the-. are.o
SOcala are the guests of the Smith re.ls sold at 4-.7, but was not maintain- pfr would n(eve'r tc('iii loptlllar lh ri.ly requlired,, t, apil'ear t tf te t ill .Ii it' -0 ;' ,' l rni ,
House for a few weeks. .! even for a tday, and lrop)pedl hack White has he'iti lt, liniversallv y a 1 (Oi)iint i ii lti.C1 ii-i lin r *, !* -,,, !' 1-
-- at onile to 12 1 a, at which point it ('l'1 lor ( "'Orspa rs for s e 19,,d I, '* ' e \ '1 a r, .
-2"' i hne~ ia1e-5 oi t~ ,ltl i- nit le, ll : i .' TIt I),t..
SOUTH LAKE WEIR ITEMS f aa il\v well cleaned up iby several many v alll's, n lak tSit1 universallI- ir iat a (.. *
--'.i>ivy rs. h e re is n oe im p io ve m en t i j('c t)te Il (' 01(( r ( f ihia iek t ir 't .h is 1,',I* r It, 1' ll j ti1 l l on. +. ,, Y'*," 1i th ;(. ,r. . ,,
14lee,'id c(florrf t)e iak, annr t !his (.rdil Iw pil;-l'-hoi- llic-l i,"li
Sloeciil ('o"r. O.aO a a Bann-r: ;o ,- l tin t', foreign l;nal ti(, 1 l .I1 1 ll I l i'X 11 i } I ls-il,, to wei *'1 I 'I o'' (<'tl.-I- lti\ *, wV ',ks in th in :
(Hi )e U i .i i is ~i ''Hti ~ ^ '*/ ii i> .
Miss Minnie FE. Neale )f l .s( L)1i irI ias as rik ,i as l t ie le\rs away frm the .i lio n.- ti4y ionatl ():: '; i i;!t ; 'n ,. ;i ii'\-" IU i r 'h 1 ,i. t ills 1W asask last;-Jill saitd lll\ a !l .-.;ite '
vill.- will spelled Siliilaly 11 i itn i wn Th' i, e'Sr ti( hi hich istyiirallv w\rai v i l aie "i !Oii. "',L!, ,: o, Mav lav .- I'4x 4' 1 '* t I *** 4
Liz est f Mlr. and Mrs. E. S. lei1i'.i r e p <.t,'.l i viw of The tae i han ii tht- ro\,.-,s t of i : i ote-,,.I T SIST'IIVlN I.r'. .: ,, r,,w. ,,
alllt .%l anti .Ir.'. I.l\\r,,ni, .lt ~ It.,. lit,,' ol' l,'ci! l', in" \-irl,!l ()I' ,i "etc t ,4e I. t,,i ....:4.
a11.1 M rV. 811 .( 's. wi itim n ine J n .al i;.n,-s., io)w- I s Il F \ si-h ut,. .. \. |*| .. n .
M iss Nealh- is ilr.'si 'ni oI HeW.li .- a(. I is il' >' l, i' ,lti !t ti, ,h. o p t s l !I t1 ,x..11" I) (" .: ,
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o)'(l(o i. Snnil.ii ini o n!lii will t:;llk jii;., ,,3,in,. ti. l a h,. as n mo es Il^ ii l ,i l 1- (' i ,' ..-.
*0!al 1.-;tie' S40 15 ol t t..c. .
the nnl ii. Ilace' ani.! \W eirsdal, ;at ih. Iir' ^ .) i) i \a (',l, tntt,\! h-igt.tt r. a a01- Prloi.en ihi 4 (1 i i s ;'il, 4 nv ri jV- ; .,, r ,ii,' t ,. .\
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which all are invitil,1. 'h1 )s- h l s o!l ti)u) This g-'li t l .tl It h i ,n vi-,s! ll ai],. .11l_! n;i '1!' lT <' -,. ,- I ,, .i' ,/
I oins, rtcc'it s I ot pl I
hnow M''ss Ne.le""e.d ,o' 'ett' \.T118"
ktl-ow Miss Neale eeo l n(lot he oli tl. or th- ir-t s, ,v 'n \ w ,eeks. d 1 in pa'al-r. with the. l4s( ihti e'\ i I \ l. t i ju :,, ,t is I 4. ,.
she is one 1-ofii' the h st pina form sp ak ^io o l ik. a"i,, Tah colo.-(,ta ., ('l*Tt'lP S. \V \\ ,it ,. ft l. 1 t-,'ii - 1 W,
ths t s .in I lo rd a. 1' he a i itil iha! illh ( t eilparison w ith the sa n i, (- lt'wi th i11 l c I.' <)tssitle. xcilt- (.' i s ii a 1 '. ,ption It .., i,, ,,- l ,, ,, .
that sbi is iou speak shoulMdl t h- eii. i t. i 111 T|!. l ,,t, Ki- iii- .' - ..,:, '
hi~~~~, W- I\'--'..SV ot last i year were as follows: white. "1he *'l.u et( -tl i nl's ,sl ,,- h l-r 1.iin tlln' .' ). l.,-wi Vi .Sl;iiu.-.\ i 1 ''l. ,r I rt
h -usi a l ()in'I l t1 (7I iv on the lays i im eti;ite(v follov- ,i.ini .]tli,-.' (). .lol`,1-(. -I6, ;iel't ih tO j h i-, r;I ,: ), o,8i7 i i ,i. nr0,. .t l
The party ot six fronm this pila-.' W,. ..... 71 7(; ing elect ions, when he must have' lheei aire herl'y r,,- who attended !he State Horticultura . . .... .....2. 11 tenl t)"to try lack paper. andal h li o('f oliphiiin tWil.dl in this e;ofs -
meeting at (;ainesville last we.k ril "( ".. . ..... *4 3 n or h fo M nl t :;l ;\ o
port having ha d a ost enjoy .........25 22 'eaon for not doing so was I)erhalps A6iist. 1iS -- .
plort having had a most enjyal the fact that he could not fintd a suf- It is further orilered, that :i aoi f T.Ii. narirlt, r ,, p. lI-t,. ',,r '
time. The meetings were full of in- uicient supply in th terest and the visit to the 1'. S. ex- ....... one time on which to rin off his av- cns tie .ks in th ,
\Whether all of the falling off in the oe enOcalawBannehtrnfhnfwrsipapeitr-piltlin iho lun ','. rdI-* i';';, 1 t,, -
periment station and State Agricultu- rage ily circulation. Ocala Banner a wsap.r plishI thuh ... i .
ral College, and the entertainment receipts of pales is due to a diminished in said tint and state.
e! production of them, or is in some This '.,fth day of May, I.!II s. "h 0h150
there was both pleasant and profita- eel prdci of them, or is in some
measuree the result of some withhold- THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS S. T. SISTR[ NK.
ble. Mrs. E. A. Ricker, who was one Clerk Circuit ('olirt, MarionmCo Fi THE MOST COMMON CAUoSE e
of the party, continued her trip lt, ing of these grades in the woods, is a (By William ,Jennings Bryan.) By H. B. Fo..Ir. D. (. SUFFERING
Jacksonville. where she will spend mooted question. No one doubts that This remarkable book of 575 pages, O. T.(IGREN S. !EN n
.... .. .. he pr du tin f aes is sm llr . ,, , otr (^' the remainder of the month with her the production of pales is smaller voluminously illustrated and elegant- "- utT.fring than .,ny ,,Sti.r ,lt,..2. f.-
son. Ernest. How is it that out of a than last year but there is a differ- ly bound, has been issued byhv th. NOTICE | thl rilln that it i, 'h- r.,-' ,.,,,t,,
membership of more than five hun- ence of opinion as to whether the dif- Thompson Publishing Company of St. h-ng to l .rr.r k. 'ht 'h
dred none are from Ocala. Are not ferences shown in the sales-which Thompson Publ ishing Compan y Of St.InthCircuit rt of the Fiflh.t i.rl Pain ,, :
her citien irestedm in Arenot rally rt receipts-cial ('ircuit of Florida, in andl for aanl tn.k. rM-.t a ,. .-p o r.. a
her citizens interested in horticult- represent a falling off in production. Marion County--In Chancery many I.o. r-li.f fr.,, in h-
ral and kindred subjects? represent a falling off in production. We would advise our young friends .John R. Williatis. Comipl jiant. .N. s 8t I rt te,':,,.r.,ry. ha.q *.- Pr
a ma nc-nt. w lhil., tn ,,'Id p pI.o~l. -uhj.-.'t ti
The regular session of the lnion Be that as it imay the market. for them ni ho are out of empp)loynvilent to seek Charles W. \White et al. ,4enqlants ('hrni- rheumati.rn ott.n brnmbht n!
Sunday school will be omitted on Sui- has been strong, and as a result the the agency and canvas 'or this book. Oriser for constructivee dSeravic, by ti ,. or .ant irn ,t w. pt
day morning, to give all an opporti- closing quotations of Friday showed, It is (crtainly w f til, most reI- herin nanisr thti t lhaes M.fndatS it ..., h r- r,. ,. h
P_ inofflt' comparisonn withtowi :*Ini M Siithp.o-,.i herof.4fthei '. pre-hth
nity to hear Miss Neale at eirsa n comparison with ts' of the p- able. entertaining alil lifyvin e vol and lan,'s () .it andthl i ;:, .frl in h
nivions Friday. advances of WD to twhii,- .
Miss I.o)ttie Black of \\ eirsdale a\ io s F ii a li es w hava s rotad in a ng tin I areI lti'r i r. i(iir,, tol ;io;ir i< t t. , .. < ,,t ., *irl,- -
a ry plehasan t rt oi T esla y 'lls (illn watt-r w it(. % n wIn- ( was al ost lik r-t ( i r t lill Of (.llpilailT twil',l in thi- ml< .I t,:. i.iirl l./ i' l
a er "o- vpleasant 't o Twa-I s ''zist il it '4i n y.' 1l*.4hr,,
ni, ht ithe Rast h l lr-WO ls flirlish,+ ( 1'i -t ee and N. trip aho-nd thrl wh(rll. with ls l 0ha-i .ll ii. 1 r M::r t NOT'C.
bro ,. furnish. 1j ,'l~1Ili-~I~iC, V1t1 ts 1 .\11Uglvs. I ~*e'Nt rOTICE.
the IimiC lol .tleit-b. 'Tois. tl o illi i'iii -as o .h .) so e o tin l i( i l!sall ith, of the ii(i ney anl oi e I j is -i-rttei, l oit.l'e,>! i h ;It ,t .. ,:i '
tl[is place who at tend-el repolti a v4y10 .1. tni' M ,.,'i,.r111 a l K indrec< th of thie imief reorirel fo this 'ler he puilislie-. o.KCe hit '*", Li .' j" l .
i .c y i 'e T ll i nt, i-trs t \ tii. ton e g'ht ('i0lllt e. itnh fih st I iv h. w 'e'L its 7 A VI a t', I, l t ' l
,'nj, \abld, Tili, .{l v "h ,o t l al of he 'd tlr "iis r l "I ," i ht { n ,.li -, \ 0,Iit,v T e io t sa s of,. ,i:,.ade i.;~ .... **'irt ,h)* ";n^'^. ^' ''; /lt. ;',-- '"i, '* *.,,, 1
IO cala tt n r I ltv' }~ lr lll -.i ii ,, I \V ,'+. . ,,'. ,
S r. 1 ). S r'hase. o e' o" the fir->i .'- tir hi' I, et e'l s V,' s of ,t'h sead "! 1'htl plel m'ii] s 0" civiliztatioli in. said l ino-l, .-tTat,,e-. , I. ,I.; h1 K ,,* ..
ias e'V'1w-c1so ec e:'hls (tie
tle-i-s on l.take \VWeir. ,ilit ftor Tiaih rere as follows: e'liL ioi. phi jlophy aiid governi-ent This 2ith day o)f May. ls '.i. .. .
v 'a ..- a p ot'm iitie r,.isleit. is re' iet-T- (;ra'e I .s T il .lal'nC e'hina, the Philippines. In- ' .T. I.t ,,r'.r.,-I i.., t.'. t.
t'(d to -he ve'ry ill at his home in M.%-I- ,.I ,15 7 .lia. a,- we-Il as Iiirope. are lrese'te.l ;Ir< tiit Court. Marion (o I. ( l* '"' , i ... .
jfoir!. Mass. it is oven ninety years K............isme; 1275 in a ciar light by a great brain. 0 v i. T. j *' II.ti. .. "' I .1 [\ . . ..
1.";' 'u i la'.i r ~ h tti', I, V" l l ,i I er- l*-.,r ,,, b~'$
iof aive, ajici until reO centl -has elijo.\t. j .I '.. .. 14.!\ .*' Ill';ili \was acomin ani ed onl thii 'iiilaiiinfs Soli.itor .-, 2 "f ',,,iT'*l?, ii iiu ,,'i ',. w'fre
|i-eilarkal)le good health anl vioior. r__ __ tipj iy his wite and tw( o youin ger chil- -- *'M,,it.'1",. ,,-.l ,v .1'' ,,, r
Mr. Edward B. Killam left us on Tot........ 4 472 ren., Willia .1... .)r. and 1irace. agel i NuTI K.- I, I< f'lr-' .-nr tI..-' I r,,I .. **I,' ly *
Tuesday for Bethlehem. N. H.. where' I i when commons are reached. whespl. They 1 .., ,,,,.r r., ,'^,t. "
She has a position with. Landlord 'law- ta t ote s e o Selpt',nhler 21. 1 ,.> and reached hom e, ,ir,.ia! 4'1 r,',,it ,,f i-,,ri'i heha ap siio it, ~ ndor hlllhth t th tter sie ofth, "I MarF,,n 4 ,,unty--ii 4 'hama--,r\-. u, fl ~i..i*-.i'ii. x- .I i~. e "',' r I !l
Ison at the Hillside Inn for the sum- r'osin pi-tulr is presented. There we SSeptembelr .. 1. ti4;. sixteen days less john R. \Viliant'.s. p;iri v Tl-n i, *7 v"'
imer. Ed carries with him the good find that with receipts, as with slur- than one year. While most of' this <'harlhs W. Whit.. ,-t ..I.. lI f.-n.i- Fi -Ith ,t *, r ,\
wishes of a host of friends who will its hae been abnormallv large. trip' was in the North Temperate zone an<,>-- f,,r .nst.tive ,.r-| *1, rk ,'*,r, ,.,r <',,.'r' \ ,r.r .,dr -
be glad to welcome him hack in Sep h d n te p-1 we. rt' ,t I "
be lad... t wecoe hm bckin in- Wheile luring the past week the mar- th-" were below the equator at few It is 0oreer,,,I that the ,.-f,.'nita!~ne *, T +:i.--L-.'-








In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- In fact ina wnt ,-,.,--,,, ,,au,
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for can be successfully raised in this see-
Marion County-In Chancery. tion has been proven by S. B. Castle,
John R. Williams, Complainant, vs. who sent to the News office this we,-
Charles W. White et al, Defend- specimens averaging one
ants-Order for Constructive Ser- si immense specimens averaging one
vice. pound each. Tb~se were raised by
It is ordered that the defendants Mr. Castle on hi place on the nortb
herein named, to-wit: Charles W. r
White. The Consolidated Chititu Corn- edge of Fort Pierce without fertilizer
pany. a corporation under the laws e planted
of the state of Arizona, The Travel- of any kind. The seeds were p ted

gaged in an enjoyable singing.

*.n=ee=se=u.p= sgp=gg= p soessgesMueMssees eSM 1SOUTHERN PEOPLE LIVE COR- A PATHETIC STORY
; B JJ..---, E A I ~An incident o7 a pcu'iar!y touching
B llllllU 1 W Afl nT^ ~Tampa, as the Queen City of the character xcurred recent'- i., o:ie ,
A dding N eWVW A ccoIunts Gulf and of the south generally, were the elevate .railr(. --:'- :'-
the two topics of conversation among brought tears o th- *- h .s.
W e are constantly adding new ac- ia large party of traveling men anidsengers. The train had J,:st ,t l:.et
W are cvJonstanliy laddAin new av c- I .Hundred and Twenty-iurl. st it, et waen
visitors to the city last night at the Hf
i, "ithe passengers saw k:nterilng the car
count an our business is increasing at iDeSoto. As uu.wi, after partaking of a little bo about sx ya:s o., half
_av r a f o r s ly....althe fine supper set by the popular lios-icarried byran olPler 1: ue- i e:.lentlv hy .
a v r sitisacto rate. Poss ou s iry. :.e gr -,ts repaired to the spa- brother. Both were well dressed.
pcoh' .r.C at first glance it was seen that tho
might be glad to oin US. cious porch oi the hote!, there to eu- .... .
o the ea e of the summer little fellow was blind. He ha a pale,
Joy the ea"es of the summer nigts wan face. but was smiling. A quick
in this se "con. look of sympathy passed over the fac-
I "There ixas been a wonderful civic es of th passengers, and an old gray-
( J )M fn r 8!i R /revolution throughout the south the haired gentleman got up and gave his
C O M M E RI'A L B A N K past decade." said Arthur T. Aber- seat to the two. The"big brother,"
.i ethy Pb, D.. the well known author-i"o was about eleven years old. ten-
OCALA, FL6. Dr. D AbernertAhy. who is the author derly lifted p the little blind ov and
t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~LO ..............- ............ 'i \'shnton Aspire to be King?"'[an~ ,,nh t,-
1000000000900000000900 009000 ------------ 0P b placed him on his knee.
I "'King Leopold in the Congo." and a I "How's that?" he asked.
. . .... ... . -'---" ~;,tini'Jer of other w orks, i s ns ending a : . .. . ." .
-__ m er of other works, is pein a "Nice, said the little chap. "Where
Dll I I -- l i fe'w ays in Tamlpa. which, he says' is mv 'nonica?"
f. o;-. t\,.]e rei,,at iii Florida. D,.
Rollins College This puzzled some efthepassen
n f .\e,,r'ite rei reaot in Floroia. D,. This puzzled some of rh& passen-
grLO] I| AY OLDESr 40=_ 'EG 0'r b, ,isone of.the z,- ers. and several turned to see what
FLORIDA'S OLD EST CO LL-GE: recogniz.4.^^^^
....I.I. -...Cntral A.frica. and L the child meant. But the 'big'broth-
.., ,. .. a..,, ... .. ,, . . ; -- ; - -- I)t rsop al IF~ !, ,,! of K in g !L e elp old. H ,' ....
College, Academy and Sho f ,-,-. i.-: -',sio. Fi-.- Arts. Does-Dk so "'! o K 'OI)O(l. r knew, and immeditelv. (drew out
tic and Industrial Arts and Busines,. decline] th, con.'ulship to Sierra Le- .. .
Carnegie Hall and third men's dirmitory now going up; PIectric light. ,. r.in 1 IS, under Pre-ident a small mouth harmonica and placed
steam and furnace heat; large faculty, p-rfect health conditions; line gym- " it in the little fellow's hands. The
nrsium, athletic field; tennis courts. olf link-: hbiseball and basket ball McKinleyv. He was formerly connect- i fellow took the instrument in
P"", "litt" [le fellow took theinstl rumen t l[into
teams, champions of Florida this year. Nearly a quarter of a million dollars led ,,iiori:alv with the Philadelph' *
endowment; expenses moderate; sen ,larships available Christian. but undle- Rcr ." t i ..his thin hands, ran it across his lips,
nominational; stands for Rcod. and began to play. softly. 'Nearer, My
I haNve beon astonis,-hed,'" he con- (It. : .. .
CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT I he astonished he con- God to Thee." Tears came to the
j'lnued, '*a! 11t rt-neoal anti steady bu-. h
CHAACTR ULTRECONUCTI!inuti "i li Lenfra an ~;eA u:eyes of the old gentleman who hail
Next session begins October 7. For catalogues ad ires. the President. ,uniform "iieg of the whole south.h s a a genthelanwh had
Given up his seat, and as the little fel-
Win. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D. Winter Park, Florida. Ir hil-," th,(e aan(ls lijoflow played on, running into the "Rock
__------____ __ __..... .- ------------------ l0 citizenship more searching and[ l'^^ ^ ^
... -__' citi.zenhp more searching a- of Ages" and "Abide With Me" there
j re. -.ires a more exact private, as wo'll i. .. .
S. ore exat p e as were many moist eyes in the car.
DAVID S. WOODROW J. W. AKIN GEORGE H. FORD s P)lIic. lii'e. altogether. The train rushed along, the passen-
S"This is a magnificent indication of gers listened, and the little fellow
themor ala won omerITI yie di tofeld. one oaplayed on tirelessly never missing a
O ALA PLUMBING AND ELE TRIC CO ANY itemanhofteld. note of "Annie Laurie" or Home.
C (hicago's foremost newspapers, re- I,...t.. .. ..
DEALE R8 IN i .L"ca Sruo n '- weet Home. Finally the "big
CeltlV Isaiw to me: "The people of the brother" leaned down and told the
t rd Makes of Plumbing Goods, Gas Engines, Pumps, Irrigating Plants. south are the most correct living little one to get ready to leave, as th,
Acetyln G m Plants Sold and Installed Complete. Estimates promptly sub- People of the world.' ,train was nearing their station. Then,
mIttd n any Work In our line. *Nowhere is this moral self-respect as if he knew he had won a whole
more noticeable than in the state f carload of friends the blind boy
P. 0. Box lo. 944 OCALA. Wk 'PhoQe NO. 370 Florida. I made a tour of Florida quickly chInged "The Suwannee Ry
=I.-... ,about fifteen or eighteen years ago. er" into "..Auld La ng Syne,. and with
I must say. in candor, that some of one accord the passengers burst into
FLORIDA AND HER FUTURE BILL NYE ON THE RAZOR BACK one accordthe passengers burst into
Sthe forms of social dissipations I wit- a round of applause, while the "big
e ba-- f "" i," i-nesed th,.n and which passed under- -,. ....pp ,wiehe g
For more than three weeks I loiter.- The razor-back hog of Florida, likeesed in an wc p uner brother" carrie(l the little one out of
a.r.. moig pa ssi o, s .o i sthe masquerade of innocent and harm- .the car.-New York Times.
ed in what is to be known to th p on is strong even less allurements would no more be tol-
world as the winter farm and garden death. it the pampered pig of the rated nor countenanced in Florida THE WORLD'S BEST CLIMATE
... home life becomes, when mowed down society today than would the most -
of the U nion, hitherto despised ,-or- ... .0. ," '
oto. i r o in hi s prime, one of the pleasantest gross breaches of decorum. When I s not entirely free from disease. On
da. speak with. deliberation when things to associate with that I can re- traveled Florida in my earlier days t the high elevations fevers prevail,
id-- that shTe w'h thou ^ .,. ,while on the lower levels malaria is
Iay that tha sae w.c. Ioug '. was quite the smart thing in tourist.3 encountered to a greater or less ex-
admitted to the Union by an act of The razor-back meets us at every and traveling men to gather in clus- tent, according to altitude. To over-
-S_1 l O an:-Acome climate affections, lassitude, ma-
congress on the same day on which station, and scratches his back and ters around hotel lobbies, and openly lana, Jaundice," biliousnes,.fever and
Iowa was admitted, which embraces dorsal fins under the engine, or engage in gambling, or what is infin- ague, and general debility, the most
.. . .. ..effective remedy is Electric Bitter9,
10,000 more square miles of territory j warms the cockles of his heart against iely more reprehensible. retail risque te .great alt ^,ratie and bl_ puifer. '
than Iowa. and wlose population nun- ja hot box. Yesterday a flock of lit- and degenerating stories. Then along the antidote for every form of bodily '
bered 10.000 in excess of Iowa in 184,. jtie red razor-backs burst out of the come the gov-rnment folks and teil weakness ^ nervousness and insomnia.
had come in 1870 to have 1.200.000. ani bush as we passed out ot a town -ani us that the gulf stream is changing, Co's. drug stor". Prce l." m"
I say without fear that time will con- sailed away with the train for a mi'e and that Florida and her neighboring m
firm my assertion that foremost or two. at last disappearing, how- seaboard states will be far cooler in

of the Union. will be its farm and "Good-bye." said my companion, th?., what is most pleasing-the place of
garden, beautiful Florida. the tip-en~l little Hoosier poet, as they faded the Kismet-cursed fatalist, who crept 1
of the south, away. "Good-bye. little gold-fish, along the shore lines and declared i J
There will be a flora such as no good-bye.'" Florida could never be developed, U ^*
part of tb, unionn can produce; such General Horace Porter says th',t has been filled by dauntless, enterpris-
as neither Mexico, nor Japan, nor when he was in Florida he asked aa mg business hustlers who have==1
China, nor Africa, nor Southern Eu- old cracker why he did not go into brought the grand ohu state into her I R 1

rope can produce: but where you will raising more of the better class of own again. If there was a time when ilf a
find the choicest products of all these hogs. the kind that gets corpulent, in- south Florida could not have lived ll
lands. whether in the mere flora or stead of this autumn-leaf style of 'except for the bronchial wheezers W I
l-nds, wheh- In "" -- --" -, p .orwhee zers I ll 1 ^ ^

the beautiful blossom of the forth-
coming crops of fruit or vegetable.
There is a land that combines the soil
* and climate of all lands, and whose
l productions for beauty and utility will
measure, I almost may say, the pos-
sibilities of the productions of all
lands. It is a land for sugar par ex-
cellence beyond Cuba: its tobacco
fields will rival at once those of Cuba
and of the Connecticut and Lebanon
and other northern valleys: it is the
land of rice. What about cotton, said
I to a gentleman, whose farm I was
traversing. "0, don't talk to us about
cotton; a Floirda farmer has no time
to fool with it at 8 cents per pound
when be can raise vegetables and
fruits for the north at such prices
as we gei." The wholo of the gulf
portion of the south is literally, or
will be when properly managed. :he
land of wine and milk and honey. ant I
all beautiful and graceful things t, -
getber with the great staples to whic,.
I have alluded, and others.-The la'e
Hon. W. D. Kelley.

hog. Then the poor. sad-eyed man from the frozen north,' who mad-I
shot about a quart of tincture of to- their homes temporarily among you,
bacco juice out of one corner of his it is so no longer. The section can
mouth and said, as stated as follows: now boast of enterprises that are
"We have tried the fat kind. an' commensurate with those of other
they are good eatin'. of course, if that great commonwealths, and with you:
is all you want of a hog. Our hog, increasing business progress and the
though. is a speedier hog than yours. seal of disapproval so firmly set
He is a better roadster, even if he against sensationalism and chicanery
don't cling to his home. We've made in business, you are far, very far, bet-
a good trail of the fat hog, an' we've ter off industrially and financially than
come to the conclusion that it ain't many of you believe down here. I
any use to raise a hog here that can't would rather invest money in Tampa
run faster'n a nigger kin." banks and financial institutions than
Most everybody from the north anywhere else I know. After a trip
speaks slightingly of the razor-back lecturing through all the southern
hog. People make fun of the animal states and all the principal cities. I
who never tried to be funny before, candidly believe that the city of Tani-
He is a good subject to begin on. pa has developed more substantially
Last week a Michigan man and :i and perceptibly than any city, in pro-,
Floridian were riding together (low 1 portion to population in the ent.ir.-
this way, and a tall dramatic hoL country."-Tampa News. ,
known as the Sarah Bernhardt hoi, "i
came out of the forest like a pattren "HABIT"
for a side of pork cut out of patke- -
board. As the paper mache I ie The governor ft-ars that Di;ncin U.'
faded out of sight the Michigan In'In Fletchkr has acquired a "habit" ofi
set back and sighed in a heart-broken representing corporations, whlch h,



Charlottgsvil!e. Va. May 4. 1908.
The catalogue of the University of
Virginia Summer School for tie s-,s-
,iion of 19-' has just come from rh .
*'.,;ss. It -hows exceptional improvi-
aier.t in the number and strength, 'f
courseso offered, and in the distiiu-
^*;,.shed faculty which wil teach in it.
Among the members of the faculv
Of thi University of Virginia who wi'
lIo in the summer school are Dr.
Chns. WV. Kent. 1. M. Page. Dr. Th ou.
Walker Page. Prof. \V. H. F-.hols.
Prof. Those. Fitzhugh. Prof. A. FN. Tut-
tle. Prof. II. Clo. Prof. W. A. Kepner.
Dr. R. M. Bird. Dr. Albert Lefcvre,
Dr. \V. A. l.ambeth and Dr. Tl-uce R.
From other institutions the s'ilnm-
.Achoo! has procured the services o the
distinguished educators-Dr. S. t.
Mitchl.ll of Richmond College. Dr. A -
ihonso Smith of the university of
Norh Carolina. Dr. .1. B. Ho'nneman,
dta'n of the I'niversity of the South.
)Dr. Edwin Minis from Trinity Col-
le,. Dr. K. C. D.avis, dean of the
Suate School of Agriculture of New
York. Dr. F. A. Miileolge of the Vir-
ginia Female Normal, Dr. Carl Rued-
iget' of George Wa. anid Dr. Win. D)y of th'e University of
From the circles (f officials in lpur)-
lic school life have been drawn such
well known experts as Supt. E. C.
Glass of Lvachburg, Prof. D. Augs--
burg of Oakland, Caal., Supt. John
Blair of Wilmington, N. C.. and State
School Examiners .lenkins and Ma-
The list would not be complete
without giving the names of certain
ladies who have contributed distin-
suished services to the cause of ed-
ucation-Mrs. M. S. Moffett, supervis-
ing principal of the Manassas schools,
Miss H. W. Haliburton, who has writ-
ten several school texts, and a teach-
er of wide reputation in the south,
Miss Edith Carlton. specialist in do-
mestic science, and M.liss Lula An-
drews, head of the department of En-
glish of the Virginia State Normal

"An honored citizen of this town was
suffering from a severe attack of dys-
entery. He told a friend if he could
obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's Coli"!.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he felt
confident of being cured, he having
used this remedy in the West. He was
told that I kent it in stock and lost no
time in obtaining it, and was promptlyv
cured," says M. J. Leach, druggist, -)f
Wolcott, Vt. For sale by all druggists.


The United Stat's grand jury, at
Miami rn.,hed its business for tb
April term of the United States co2
-t si'l, plpf- st week. by finding ai
in ietme,,r. "ontainrn, one hundred
and forty-fo:ur count.s. against Wil-
hiam M. Brown, '. sie. t of the Fort
Dallas National Bank of Miami, and a
director of said uationa" banking as-
so, ...,on. The inilctm',n:, which its
a ve:'v le, ath and( (or.:i;>.eated Instru-
ileitt, is ;ote-"a up in boj'-form. and
co:tains one h'.ndr'd and fifty-two
cio L .l: written type-written pages. A&
a le.ai document it reflects great
credit on John M.. Cheney. the Unit-
ed States district attorney, and his an-
sistant. Richard M. Marks, by whom
it was drawn. Mr. Brown has able
lawyers and ine case will be fought to
.1 finish.
The Brown case will be doubly in-
teresting from the fact that Browu
has already been tried once on a
charge of violating the national bank
!aws in connection with the Fort Dal-
las National Bank. and this will be
the second trial. He was acquitted at
tie first trial in Miami last January.
It is not known whether he will b
tried on the new indictments at Mi-
ami or at Jacksonville.

FOR SALE--ood driving pony;
also a good work animal; price rea
sonable. Apply "P. S.,."' care Ocal
Banner. 5-7-4t.

From all portions of the East Coast
there comes the most cheering assur-
ances of heavy crops of all kinds oa
fruit this season. The orange and
grapefruit trees gave a Tnogrifieplt
bloom and are holding their fruit we.L
The long drouth is broken and copio-
rains have fallen and the trees ar
putting on a heavy growth of new
wood. Throughout the pineapple belt
in St. Lucie and Dade counties the
pineapple fields are in splendid condi-
tion and have bloomed heavily. The
recent rains will be great advantage
making the apples a better size thaa
they would have been had the droath
continued. The young fields are mak-
ing a rapid growth, which almost ia-
sures a good crop from this class ot
fields next season.
There will be a heavy crop of ma-
goes, avocadoes and other tropical
fruits. The fruit growers over the
entire length of the East Coast ar




A Very Special Gut Price Sale


We must reduce our stock and will put the

Knife in every department from

Now until July the 15th,

Watch Our Big Show Windows and Keep

Posted on Our Prices,

ommmummisimb I




N Men and Authors Say About Senator Mallory's life Is one well
Worthy to be studied. While he had
;not reached an allotted span nor pass-
Woman, the crown of creation.- I
Wthe crown of creation.-ed much beyond its meridian, he had
kier. i trodden the pathway of duty and had
Woman is a miracle of divine con- lived long if life be counted by
fictlions.-Michelet. achievement rather than by the flighE
All that 1 am my mother made me. ears. Although springin. from
--John Q. Adams. an honored and distinguished i~aront-
l~kespeare has no horoes--he ha,- ,1
Sakeseare hs no hroes-he h ac. he had, by reason of adverse con-
ily heroines.-Ruskin. ,i;T.ns. been compelled to) start wel
Narrow waists and narrow minC- .wn in the humlucr walks of 1it_.
D together.-Comfort. But. i his own unaidtd ffT.rTs. had
Woman is most perfect when mo.t BI.iwts. one at a tie the steh)d
manly.--Gladstone. h]ei-h.:s of success until he ha: r,'#ach-
In wishing to extend her e i. dthe goal of his ambition, the hig'i-

wMoman destroys it.-Cabanis.
If woman lost us Eden. such as she
aloe can restore it.-Whittier.
I wish that Adam had died with all
Us ribs in his body-Boucicault.
To a gentleman every woman is a
lady in right of her sex.-Bulwer.
What is woman? Only one of na-
tbre's agreeable blunders.-Cowley.
A handsome woman is a jewel; a
Dood woman is.a treasure.-Saadi.
A fashionable woman is always in
loe with herself.-Rochefoucauld.
All women are good-good for
something or good for nothing.-Cer-
Women detest the serpent through
a professional jealousy.-Victor Hugo.
A woman changes oft; who trusts
ber is the softest of the soft.-Fran-
i 1.
There was never a fair woman but
lbe made mouths in a glass.-Shakes-
A passionate woman's love is al-
ways overshadowed by her fear.-
erge Eliot.
Handsome women without religion
amre the flowers without perfume.-
Earth has nothing more tender than
a woman's heart, when it is the abode
of pity.-Luther.
Trust not a woman when she weeps
for It is her nature to weep when she
wazts her way.-Socrates;
Ideas are like beards-men never
have any until they grow up, and wo-
Mw none at all.-Voltaire.
Often the virtue of a woman must
be very great, since it has to suffice
for two.-Elizabeth of Roumania.
Unhappy is the man for whom his
own mother has not made all other
mothers venerable.-Richter.
At present the most valuable gift
which, can be bestowed upon woman
is something to do.-Jas. A. Garfield.
A woman would be in despair if na-
ture had formed her as fashion makes
her appear.-Mlle. de Lespinasse.
A man never mo beautifully shows
UIs own strength as when he respects
a woman's softness.-Douglass Jer-
A beautiful woman is the bell of thr
oml, the purgatory of the purse, anl
the paradise of the eyes.-Fontenelle.
A woman set on anything will walk
right through the moral crockery
without wincing.-Charles Dudley
The most fascinating women are
t.e that can enrich the every day
moments of eilsteuce.--Leigh Hunt.
A beautiful woman is a practical
poem, planting tenderness, hope an i
loquence in all whom she approach-
One can, to an almost laughable de-
gree, infer what a man's wife is like
oro his opinion in general.-J. S.
There are only two beautiful things
is the world-women and roses; and
ally two sweet things-women and
It goes far to reconciling me to be-
eg a woman when I reflect that I am

Su in no danger of ever marrying
me.-Lady Montagu.
A young man rarely gets a better
vision of himself than that which is
refleted from a true woman's eyes.
for God himself sits behind them.-J.
G. Holland.
She was of that light, unreflecting
ebas of that light, unreflecting sex-
a woman. Reader for thy sins thou
mst have met with such fair Irra-

est point, save one. that mniay be touch-
. in the field of political endeavor.
Sand tiat. too. without a stain upon
his life or a blot upon his character.
How much, then, may we. whether
young or old, learn from a career so
filled with bright achievements.
A soldier at 15 under the greatest
chieftain of the south in one of the'
most gigantic struggles the world has
ever witnessed; a civil war veteran
at 17; a graduate and professor in
one of the first colleges of the coun-
try at the age of 21; a lawyer with a
large practice in the city where his
childhood had been spent at 26; a
member of the lower house of the leg-
islature of his state at 28; twice a
state senator between then and his
thirty-sixth year; twice a congress-
man ere he had reached the age of
45, and then with broken health ten
years in the greatest law-making body
in the world; finally, after years of
physical suffering, yielding to the
ravages of disease and falling ndir'
its pitiless assaults, but with earthly
honors thick upon him; these show
not only a remarkable career, but in-
dicate the traits which gave success-
commanding talents, honorable ambi-
tion, singleness of purpose, energy in
the discharge of duty, unyielding de-
termination and a well rounded char-
It was my good fortune, Mr. Speak-
er. to know Senator Mallory intimate-
ly, and particularly after he had been
honored with a seat in the senate. 1
have seen him in private andi public
life, have met him in the social cir-
cle. accompanied him in political
campaigns, observed him in the per-
formance of his official duties at the
other end of the capitol, and know full
well the qualifications he possessed
for the work demanded of him and
the fidelity with which he served
those who had intrusted their inter-
ests in his keeping. Bt if I were ask-
ed to specify the leading trait in his
character, I would unhesitatingly say
that it was a high sense of honor. N')
political or other exigency could make
him swerve from what he conceived
to be the path of right
The voice of the tempter is heard in
all the walks of life. With no less
frequency, perhaps, is it whispered in
th', ear of him engaged in civil strife,
and the temptation to sacrifice con-
victions to political exigency is some-
times great, but fortunate is that con-
stituency represented by one who,
with an honest heart and a clear
head, will, seeing the right, dare to
do it in the face of the probable dis-
approval of that public on whom he
relies for support.
That trait the subject of this sketch
possessed In a high degree. Mistakes
he may have made now and then in
the support of men and measures.
Who has not made them? But if such
there were, they were of the head,
and not of the heart. And in saying
that. Mr. Speaker, I have perhaps
said all that is necessary to be said

of Stephen R. Mallory. For he who
possesses this characteristic can
ever be trusted by those he serves.
In the life of such a man, the condi-
tioss being given, friend and foe alike
will know what his action will be.
With the star of right to guide him,
he ever moves on a straight line to
the end of the way.
Such in part, Mr. Speaker, were the
characteristics of S. R. Mallory. But
hP fiq vninip<" Aq to I sm+ l c4-^k~v&.%,h tfvk JA


John Wanamaker of Philadelphia
and New York is one of the richest
men in America. He made his money
in legitimate business. He started
poor and depended solely upon hi.;'
ovu resources. He succeeded by us-
ing a(i! iral,le tact and good judgment.'
To C!;el a sto; e and do nothing elh,1
:. k.( -\v W(ulhi out sell good is except
v : r.i 1ac ie knew hi- ust offe,-
,L.+ pi' n t'1. attlracto;. s and excire
. iu.,,..* : o! the puhli) ie a:n() his
|.-oi h,'r-in-law were partners, and the-y
began with a tour thousands dollar
sito('k. From the jump they b' gan a
y-eri,'s of attractive advertising. All of
ICle liist day's profits were sp -n ii ;n
s:ngl.1 business annouincenle in next i;
in th,1 Philadelphia Ledger. The ad-
vertisements increased and their bui-
iesS increased. Their business grew
to such. enormous proportions thit
tl'ey have spent almost as minuch as
a million of dollars in advertising in
a single year. The partner died minany.
y-ars ago, but the princely system of
advertising, began in the early history
of the firm, was kept up, and every
year it was as bread cast upon the
waters. It returned more than an
hundred fold. Is not that a suggestive
'leson? Is it an exceptional one? Does
not the same system bring forth thoe
same fruit? What has built up Rog-
ers, Peet & Co. of New York? What
made A. T. Stewart a millionaire?
Who has not heard of "Keep's shirt,"
He went to New York from Louisiana
a poor man, and by persistent adver-
tising grew rich making shirts in a
few years. "Baldwin, the Clothmier,"
scooped in a fortune in a little while,
and even the maker of pills and pel-
lets, by the aid of printer's ink, have
made colossal fortunes. Suppose
that John Wanamaker had never in-
Sserted an advertisement in a news-
Spaper,, today he would be doing a pic-
ayune business and his name would
hardly be known outside the limits
of a very small circle. He would not
be electing presidents and buying pic-
tures costing more than a hundred
thousand dollars.
The ::ame system will bring the
same fruits in Ocala, in a proportion-
ate way. The man who keeps his
business before the people in an at-
tractive way is going to succeed. What
a buisness man wants to do is to let
people know what he has got, and
that he has got something that they
want. Make his advertisements at-
tractive and his store attractive, and
keep it up from day to day, and he
will be a Wanamaker in his commu-
'nity just as sure as the tides ebb and


In the Presidential Campaign Year

More Alert, More Thorough and More
Fearless Than Ever

Read in Every English-Speaking Coun-
A president of the United States
will be elected this year. Who is he
and who is the man whom he will
beat? Nobody yet knows, but the
Thrice-a-Week edition of the New
York World will tell you every steo
and every detail of what promises to
be a campaign of the most absorbing
interest. It may hot tell you what
you hope, but it will tell you what is.
The Thrice-a-Week World long ago
established a character for impartiality
and fearlessness in the publication of
news, and this it will maintain. If you
want the news as it really is sub-
scribe to the Thrice-a-Week edition
of the New York World, which comes
to you every other day except Sun-
day, and is thus practically a daily:
at the price of a weekly.
The Thrice-a-Week World's regular
subscription price is only $1 a year,
and this pays for 156 papers. We of-
fer this unequalled newspaper andi
the Ocala Banner together for one
year for $1.65. The regular subscrip-
tion price of the two papers is $2.

H.APrT FOfn tS!ASE M!57,TClZ- 0 O
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For sheriff
To the Democratic Voters of Marion; Bel A th4
aty. Florida: low Are t
I hereby announce that I will be a,
Iiate for the office of sheriff of
Marito county In the coming demo-
enmc primary of 1908.
I repqtfully solicit the auppo, t of
td people of Marion county, and if j -
0-t to this office I pledge an hon-
et and Impartial administration of
the duties of said office. PRECINCT
Repectf ully, PRECINCT

I am a candidate for sheriff, subject
to the democratic primary of June 16.!
1906. Your votes are earnestly sollc- Ocala..... .... ....
ited, and if I am elected I will per-
form the duties of the office faithfully, Reddiick............
41* -- IFlemington .........
SFor County CommissionerI
I hereby announce that I will be Cotton Plant ..... ...
a candidate for the office of commis-
sioner for the first commissioner's Romeo......... ....
district of Marion county, and if elect-;
ed I promise to perform my duties to Camnp Izaird.........
the best of my ability.
GEORGE MACKAY. Shad...............

To tb.- Democratic Voters of Co-rn-i Smninrlr.l, .........
missioner's District No. 1:
I hereby announce my candidacy ,ilak, W '%tir........
for member of the board of count:yi
commissioners to represent the first Mo .- Bluff.........
commissioner's district, subject to (
the action of the democratic primriv raaniil........
election to be held on .lune 16. If!
elected I will give the office my close'Salt Sing..
attention and work to the best luteF-- ort.c...v
ests of Marion county. o .......
C. CARMICHAEL. Orange Spring....
(Better known as "Ed.") ......
Fo e e t Linadal,.......... ...
For Representative
I respectfully submit my name to Cra.....
the voters of Marion county as a can-
didate for the legislature, subject to Anthii...........
the democratic primary ot .June 16. 1 '
have no platform to make or pledges Martin.............
to make, but submit my claim on a
___enship of 25 years in Marion coun- Stanton....
-ty. If elected I will perform my duty
to the best of my ability and for the I Blit< i1t, ...........
best interests of the county of Marion.
and state of Florida. BHell\-iew............
Mclntosh... ... ... ..
I am a candidate for the legislature
isbJect to the rules governing the Pedro...... ... ....
primaries. Platform-Less expenses:
equal and lower taxation: as we do Dunnellon ...........
mot need the illiterate, non-tax paying 'andlir

citizen in our election business, let's
cut him out L. S. LIGHT. Sparr

Harry K. Thaw, who is seeking by EUrVk
habeas corpus proceedings to obtain ,evon
his freedom from the asylum for th-
criminal insane at Mateawan. N. Y.. Kentir
was declared by District Attorney Je- Marte
rome's experts yesterday to be insane.
Later in the day counsel for Thaw be- Fiirfi<
I baa the introduction of expert testi-
mony in an endeavor to show that Geige
their client In sane. and they pro- T4
*ounce him same.

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e Returns as Complete as Could be Secured Last Night--It is Not Probable That the Full

Returns Will Materially Change These Figures.

U. S. Senator


F or Covernor Atty Gen

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The vote in this county for delegate to the Denver convention from

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the first congressional district so far as reported is as follows: Burton. 162; Fulton, 216; Giddens. 275; Knight.

sales in

for cash

at strict-

28.,: Robertson. 469.


From the Latest Telegraphic Dispatches Received These

Who began special

Who began selling
only in Ocala?

Who began selling
ly one price in Ocala?

Who refunds full purchase,
price for anything not satis-
#aoery in Ocala?

Who guarantees their shoes
vw trfkfArtinn after beinf

Two Gentlemen Are a Long Way in the Lead

of Their Running Mates


United States Senator
Beard.................. ...... ...32
Broward...................... 120
Fletcher..................... . 12
Lamar ........................ .41
Sparkman ..................... 376
Member National Democratic Com-
T. A. Jennings...... .. .. .. 196
W. S. Jennings.. ........ ..... .2,5
Delegates to National Convention
From First District

J.W. Burton............
W A. Fulton...... ... ...
I. S. Giddens...... ... ...
A. J. Knight... .........
J. D. Robert son...... ...
Brown'. ......... .... ..
Gilchrist .... ... ... ..
Stockton ...... ... ...


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Attorney General
Ellis ... ........ ............
Trammel'................ ...

leading for Governor

Mr. Emerson Hough, in a recent ar-

Leading for U. S. Senator.

shall shiver in a cold and burn in a
heat never before felt in the tempe.'-
ato-, ztn' m nonrtt 1 Pind- qs- t j c a fr

Appheyari ........... ... ... .
Crooni ...... ...... .. .....
Knight......... ... .. .. ...
Railroad Commissioner
Dunn ...... .. ...... .....
Irvine ......................


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The Following Telegrams Received Late Last Night Indicate

That Broward and Gilchrist Are Now

in the Lead.

Up to 12 o'clock last night the fol-
low ing election returns were all we
could got after wiring and using the
long dlistance phone Ivia Gainesville).
It will probably he several days be-
fore th(e result will bi, officially

Jack.-sonivilie. May 2,'. 1 1 : 2;) ). In.
()Oc:ala Hannmer, Ocala,. Fla.:
Alachua, Complete
ltar-l. I t",: Brmward. 7,9t: F hi, p,'.'
;T7 '<" : !.;ait %ir. ;;o(>.

Brevard, Complete
!t'ardt. 15: B!', w~irdl. 215;
7:; : latii'' 1,. 72:

Clay. Complete
Bardil. 1:;: IJrowar(d. 17;
i1,,: ];tltam~tr. 1o7.

Duval, Complete
E-ar1. 415; Broward 1269;
2096;: Lamar. 1120.




that Stockton will lead
Croom overwhelmingly defeats both
his opponents.
Trammell seems to have Ellis de-
feated by at least five thousand.
Dunn and Salomon running celosa.
Dunn will probably lead.
Second primary necessary for stat",
attorney. Race very close.

.acksonvil. May 2'. 11 55 ni.
Ocala llann,,r. Ocala. Fla
S'liffici+'nt returns rc'ivel to show
that Hlroward leads Fletchor by sniall
voto. which will likely -he incr.ea.t*wl
Cilchrist loa'ls Stockton
('oniptroller not known.
McNanieo leads McMullen for sena-
tor in Hillsboroughb by 460.
Reported that Boachamn is elected iO
Beard leads in Escambia; Fletcher

in Hillshorough. HOLT.
Hamilton, Complete
Beard. 22: Broward, .19; Fletcher, THE RESULT IN MARION
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OcalaFla. May 14. wtwww190S('w.m
To the White Voters of Marion Coun-
ty: 1do.
Under the system of local option doo--
oft county has recently held an Mee- NO-
tn to decide whether intoxicating a M -
quors, wines or beer should be sold
within her borders. Upon the face of
the returns we were defeated by a
few votes., and the saloons given two
years more in which to ply their bus- .k
Isesin Marion county. You exercised S-
yur suffrage at the election, and w O-
feel sure the majority of the white Mp0 c
elect-rs voted "against selling.-
Oce more you are summoned to,
the ballot box, this time to select offi-
cers. We beg you, as supporters of an ut T s
the ani-saloon side in the former elea- IT Si g
to, to consider carefully all candi-e v1
Ates who have come to you asking
public ot ce at your hands. Partic-
ularly do we wish to call your atten- Wc-
onto three offices, namely, that of N"'
representative, sheriff and county .
commissioner. The fight against th. --.
saloon we are making state wide: and Now is the time to put your stock in con
to that end there will be introduced itocg
at the next session of the legislature ^ h v large
a resolution to submit to the people a .- edition. W e have just received a
castitutional amendment to prohibit S -
the sale of liquors in the state of0"
FU rida. We have recently addressed consig ment of
a communication through the Ocala i -
pars to the candidates for repre- p
mitatlve, and the answers we have
received have been published. It i3
your right to demand of these candi- -
dates whether or not they will sup-d __m __ S _
port the resolution for a constitution- dp--
al amendment. Locally, failing in o
prohibiting the traffic entirely, our *|1
next resource isan absolutely strihcta BOSTOa INso K AD 3aND e
ent of all laws regulating d. P3O
the liquor business. The enforcement 1M..
f laws is chiefly the duty of the sher- A
If. Before you cast your ballot con-
abrwell the record of the eandi-
dabs for this office, as that record n qe art mnts a
a touched the question so near to
our hearts, our homes. otte at ROCK GINGER ALE
Weigh well the record of each can-
didate. as well as the promises they r d CNI
ow make. The past is an excellent
standard by which to judge the fu-
tore conduct of a public officer.
your individual vote, but urge that r W e haan s s r e
y o use all your influence before. ani We have a large and assorted stock of Pen
espeially on election day for hos~ ~paSt ky-
Youmrswinthes eaie.-ail Stick and te Suthern Department Candy allof
A CLEAN MA offer at attractive prices, Be sure and include
Wihal-ue-small lot in the next order you send in
Withallduedeference to thve other -. n
nudidates for the senate, we regard
Boa. Duncan U. Fletcher the best
equipped and qualified of any in th,'
heha live here in this city.--w e H ndle; Robertsos Grape Juice, in pnts and quarts,
ho oe than aiquartere of ahi cety-


ict we have


Ihd the man doesn't live who can
^.rsv TD., ch:' S=where the Grapes grow. Guaranteed the best.
buthfully say that Duncan Fletcher p.w,
was ever guilty of a corrupt or dizi- _O"_________
Upaest act.
Although bold and aggressive when- l e d t
eve lnlpeiled by his duty, he is as m
ver indeed by his duty, he is as Jello and Jello Ice Cream Powder, 2 dozen to the c4
modest and unassuming as a woman. '
Possessing naturally a brililant
amid he has embraced every moment
of his existence in ameliorating h~ sm
S opportunities and for the uplift- Cigars, Cheroots and Tobacco, a full assortm ent
tg of his fellow men.
Clean, mellow-mouthed and elo- '
quest in debate. he can hold his own
Wi"t the best. and once in the senate rand Pa's, Fa bank's and Uncle am s ar oa
would make a representative at whom G P '
rery loyal man. woman or child in i -
Vlorida could justly point a finger of1
pride. d-
a lwer, he tana t r_- Force, Korn Kinks, Oat Meal and Elijah's Mannr
As a lawyer. he stands at th,- ver. ~,
bead of his profession. As a business w-
man, he has lived and let live, and still 00-
Mroved a splendid success. b
There is nothing little or selfish I Fe Hl
about Lim. He truly possesses all th- -
qmualifications and essentials that have In Fe We H a
nlade the big men of th4s country. p I F
We earnestly hope to see him elect- :-
t.h Wuetn tomp.leehimtraw 0f ---e Purina, Shorts, Bran, C S, Meal, Scratch Feed, Wheat: In fa
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H O, I Sayi 'av ,'ay ning a' alour eig-ht rriflnds for hii, ir o,,a ;. i:;.. t F.i
S R ING TIC BLOOD 0 i allowingg girls .' an-d i T ,h O
Si n,,r. at Th,. reai,,nr of Mrs. S. ..
SPR IN GR-TO N IC-H ED .\irIG -111 ntar' ri'iss c,,io, Sran. ir ', aa:.l':n:.*If% Stands for the building up
B I "L_ _I'REM IEDY 'lopR''. Rtaobinson, Alta Pr-arson. a r-n ; ne patrons in particular; for r
__0_LES___-- __, t.-i.-,W~.{A lax JDis. Elizabeth New,,:. (atriar Mil- ' at hav r a a! ishness; for help in times o0
o 1 "- :ta noos1. Anni Atinson. a sacrfiC ,: v;.:,at:- ini an, Small depositors and sm
5 ip- rllpi-khd H-j : jrr,,Sp- .\nd,-rson. Carrie PeIlt. anl! > ,=* ,,.-,
3 oft ys 3 y a1,1 11;4 i t.-ii 7- ,.1.< i call affor-i ". T ;T ti r! T lX
hnlM lik. f^^ .fcffll Mc.X,.rs..Mlari,-i Pel(ot. Ben Todd. "1 al,. i ,iinnroe
F &IO Ln -- n i K Haii.Q*on. Pete-r McIlntosh. ('Clar-nc-: T 1>e l ,pPiTMt n harc
F 0 k DV OLLARSK -i4f';t, P..;I and Ralph Robinson. t h*- thi lmost kind i,.rsonal f+line. (IN
D aLLMR.Sr .limrn Taivlor. Frank Harris. Carl Taylor'an' ,ho-. who havf, abhsei my L
^ n^Bl* *~ 4; Gr ______________________I= ,_M _AIM___ _!f_ ,3+ 'o ifsi.on('e of Mrs. Austin to give Again thanking my frinitlds for their
_____h______ s_ - __ ^ ^.1*hIchool friend, Miss .Jan Aorin. support. I amcommissioners
___ LY _____-__o 11 _, vwho i. j-.st home fro.n Washint..'-ik Respectfully, a
_-- --W fR| SS S ii ii n i r rf *c "^r t he fifth district, and a candhlal
A e ,as won a S,, imntry. a surprise party. 1.. D. BECK.
pht l- - Am aluri!ig th>' evening P O S OFrE 'ngao peveninog bin sip edrrnoon. and was told that his
Qualm me. r .ia e,!i. doniino-s being the .-rin- Cntaloapfs are now being shipped
| c,:, n,. on car lots at the rate of about three ritor. Mr. L. D. eck, who was
.. rawber an ni cars daily from the Seaboard. and pe n in th racwich entitled h
'4 4 V*. C E'I &!i. stsrawberry and i 't g1car
I c i, t,'. ti n d .akes were (.rve.* haps about an equal quantity over th, ;nrer the scond primary, had
PT OCdrsAfrom (-a nlrawnn rate. thic h
U (JfM 1TR "f~ ff~t 5;O.i .\1 i slin v.a. a gracious hostess Atlantic Coase Line Railway. The ahw h h
l--rl Ianu fronp enjoyed the -v-ning. cars are iced before starting on thoir hi r Mh av
D U | R and .ill 1, remerd. journey, which increases the busi- hat h wli w ou
"y----- ness of our ice companies. Both secon1 race. but nevertheless tl
I- -- -,. ___2 RHEUMATISM ph-ints are now kept bus.y.Mr Bek r h withdrawal o
D Personl D- T. K. Slaughter of Levon was r .F.. B rly as his ,ioine oo will save
i nI rSOnali to see us yesterday. B n e of Mr. Edwin Spencer. Jr., who has a lot of hard work. for that he
-- McDonough's Iron Foundry. Savan- been attending Stetson University the wat .ampaigning n.ians Mr
Mr. George Hayes is now the At- Soon the candidates for the second na. Ga.. saysthat he has suffered for pasrT session. returned ihomo vester- fs nrde to ih aot it
lantic Coast ULine gent at Newberry. primary will be shelling the woo years trom Rheumatism, and could to spend his holidays. Young r. firsr to have a -
again. get no relief from any source but P. encer was one of the brightest the votes cast There were qu
again. P. P. hc uehmetrl.H Spencer was one of the bright(s u u>(di ni ~eq
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Haley have r- P.P.. which cured him entirely. He pilsthe Ocala High School Turned out number of candidates in the field
turned to their home at Clearwater. Judge Joseph Bell has gone t, l the properties of P. P. P. on ev- last year. and his career is being commissioner's office has grown
White Springs for recuperation .n.i c0ry occasion, watched with interest as is friends ta most popular one. as in sey,
(ALpt. D. H. Baker of Sumter coun- rp. P. P. P. is the greatest known cure a ex i ins frh districts there wr it a
rest. are expecting big things from him. the distrct tere were (itt[ a
ty was in Ocala over Sunday. for Rheumatism; it eradicates the dis-, ber of candidates.
Messrs. Sam Mathews and, R,.1,i eas(. (-it fLe system quickly and Mr. B. Manly Moodie of I.ynne.
Mr. D. i Tompkins still remains Mock ar both down with h, forver I who is getting up those pleasant x- At th commencnini xrcis
onnd to his bed with a slow fever. ver. ati both are quitt si'-k. P. P.. l ippnian's Great Remedy, cursions bet.,een Silver Springs and t the Miami High School. Ion.
crIz Sat Rhoum. ith its itch and .Jacksonville for the marvelous low lBrown, formerly of this city. de
Mr. S. A. Moses. near the Wolfe ba- burning. Scald Head. Tetter, etc.
kery. is having his store remodeled. The ('armichal & 'Son conPIat::, P P. c,,r-s Boils. Pimples, and pric of five dollars for the round jd the principal oration. ie to(
have a pet coon thati aff(ords a L. ;all Peruptions due to the blood, trip. was busy all day yesterday pla- his subject "The reactionn of(
Rains are now becoming general all deal of amusement to their p:r',,' P. P. cures Blood Poison in all ca'ding Ocala with the pleasant infor- Sp.aking of his adidre-s tb 5
over the county. and the passers-by. v:us stages. Old 'lcers, Sores marion. N-ws-Rcor sa..: "Whil.
"_arl Kidi.ey Complaints.
SP. P. P. cures Catarrh. Eczema. Ery- .own is kisown ro l- a worct.f
Mrs. A. P. (ilmore and children The (Clyatt builiijf a. ;.cros- i sipelas. and all skin and blood dis-! l is no longer a white e-mocratic eloqieit speaker. his address wa
have gon-l to Oxford to visit relatives. trePt tfromn the Ocala ,in. r lii 5I eases, and Mercurial Poisoning. primary. It is now everybody's pri- uprising to iany poil-. and
ing. is nearing completion. IT s For sale by all drug ists at D+mo(1ra.. 'epubliaans and islo lheai himI proiouncld his s
Mr. Brinson ays it is nice o b to be a handsome rcur. NO GLANDERS listss all rticit in thm-h t. h s ., i.n i
1NO TGohAN hansom ;uo.Ilist s all participate in rheni-tel ~~h ~s ni
on 'easy str,t'". "' ( re *,l brt her" is alone xc l ,.14 (liry. F'oinI th, ills! wrd to lh,
.M I .C T i.%I .re "s ,sri rn a ,l th a t f our h m d rf, l-. F o n k tisr to th
Circuit court has adjourned for Th' ,'a a l vie w;i T ..ahaff. . . . -.ate board|'. ,...th....................no
Roth th civil aal !an a Bell, view in (- ;., .a h ha- ,n :. consultation lss voted in this, county. Tom ar ,- nriTo in his vii, ,scripti
Rot h, -. civil and cr-inmina ha- brta -fein:t He ;:' d.. :P. r,,p.i ewAi wilhc\o o er ) ,,s tls!]il tl.satihon~"ri.i~~n a'
Sets were light. hh a ofn .! c sl **heii Elk a r .t -; .n.," h -.o <(:ur i tht past una race
mTh# eelin-hP of *,h. Elks ?a ii .. P.l u I pfter his flock.
-- .. v ,Tivating lhe "-landcrs the inli of t he-, fist nan unt
r. lWill Wilson camr down from ,-ci.. No (.asas coald be fo'ind. crsv.t lay.-
.!1aceksonville Sunday to SIW'nd Sunday 1Mirsball 51i.lIa',d; .- a(.-p'+,, :, ; __,'. A. .. Brigance ivturn,, Sa,,-
1with friends. Jpositi1n xit!i the- unn, hn F' i(.f t ;' V,. .,, a spin i. Mr. Rob-rTnson'- ,! 1 :i ,iio wniw from Ky \West. t l,[ r M1r. \V B Ha[ntfll oI Palrfi
(Company. He 1.-ftr ;or t1,- n!.,, y, ,( *,i .u' t' s f:. t -- F'airi-ld. \ '. z ten; o -.r four whiir t wrisone:s. reported critically ill from the !
I Mr. Watterson Tucelr rturn.'d tertlay. ;,;,,,. th rFtFurn run home in less ,t, ;(,:e ('Iolvictted and sentenced 1to of" a \sevr0 case of measles.
Sunday night from a trip to .Jack'don- -- [n,:, fity niinuTes, counting two or thirteen years' imprisonm-nt for tbiin'i- r-aW fmond is ani esteemed c
ville.. 'oln.l Nic Bai-co cam, up S:ine... three minnuter in stopping and tank- ing p large cigar factory in that city who in his younger years was a
, to .-- Mr. \\alke; Bishop. hi.- son-ili- i up. The Fairfield country is as some time ago. d, lit of New York and a sale
^' ^ Work on the government building is. lax and returned TO ("vstil River picturesque' as some parts of Ken- commanding a splendid salary
p nroing slowly, but most substan- yesterday, l('ky ;,i( North Carolina. Messrs. Mclver & MacKay have lie prfrr, ,! the quiet life of a
tially. .-... the lumber on the ground and will try farmer and for the past r
The- truckers this ', ar have suffQ -! Th1 (;a;;( s^ ill, Junior baseball soon begin th^ building of two nice "ears or more has been plursuin
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd accompanied Mr. ed with very other enthrT,rip. l, ;i:T hvve returned from Ocala. cottages for Mr. Shelton Souter of peaceful, tranquil life of a farme
Lloyd to Newberry Monday morning lo<,ks like ve;-ythibig is a" sixes ;.! [v.hE -r the- lermn.tld thie Brick City Sparr. The buildings will adorn i ruck .rowvr. His friends are li
k and will spend a week at the mines. at sevens., j ajis ,, "ri:l) it into them'" for two very pretty lot on the west side o"t that he will baffle his arch enem
a2 ,f's. Frii;,y .rnd S;t urday afte '- Winona street, in the second ward.
lJudge William Hocker is spending Mr. R. I. Martin went down to tb, n h. a;winasville boys are loud w ha long number of years y ht to
this week with his daughter. Mrs. C(.. lake yesterday. He is shipping th, in e- l4, ais. of he O(ala bo,- how- Mr. Ben Boyd. originally engaged an
P. Lovell. in Jacksonville. s sand from his place tbat is being us.<-i ^^' r. ;,,,..e they were nev-r the phshae business in this county P p H wa a prom

Robert Mock. who was -t- ton ou government building. f,(: ,C (ll' nte'rain-, in i" and at one time largely interested the R
Master Robert Mouk. who was crit-nthe Standard company, after a pleas-
|iatlly ill last week. is much -', li\-.-;nj>sv'll un. neighborhood Tuesday. He sayS
icall ill last week i very much Mrs. M. Haughton. who has b-eal ant stay of a week or more on busi- ni hrion is extremely quiet
~proved.~ spending the past year at Marietta. To Catarrh Suffers ness and pleasure. returned to his the primary election, but as a s
Mr A J McUhn retue G'a.. returned home yesti-dav y ft- aarr u rs home at Atlanta yesterday.
Mr. A. J. McLa ughlin returned tfom noon
his home at lrfeld last week. from nn Good Advice and Liberal Offer From "Y es." sald the landlady, "a man candidates will begin again to
a vist of several weeks with relatives Mr. T. E. Bridges, the recruiting of a Well Known Ocala Druggist must be proud who has risen from things lively. Mr. Hull report
at hts former home in North Carlin~a. %fr T. E. Brige, th reritn o^ a^ Wel Know Ocal Druggisttyand ~
at bis former home in North Carlina. ficer for the S. A. Rawls Company. S The Postoffice Drugstore is advi',- nothing." death of R. M. Fife, an old cltiz

Te second primary does not prom- off securing more prisoners for the ing all who suffer from any of the "That's so." said the star boarder, Co mmnt an a et
t to be so exciting as the first. But various camps symptoms of catarrh, such as offensive looking sourly at the table. "but no
the shouters are trying to pull them-! Mr. Thomas H. Harris of this city breath, dryness of the nose. discharg- man likes to sit down to it."-day rnn
selves togetlher.was in the great Port Worth. Texas. es and droppings in the throat, cough- ton Post. d ar .
wa.. .. ..- I in snasms and general weakness anl Mr. E. G. Lewis. a banker

Mrs. Ben Borden and little son. storm. His parents have had no tid-
who have been spending a while with ings from him since that event, and
b relatives at Oxford. have returned are beginning to b l distressed about

debility, to use Hyomei. They go so
far as to offer to refund the money to
any user of Hyomei who is not per-

I ne second trial t romer Liau, un
a charge of aggravated assault, was
heard by Judge Bullock Saturday.
T* h -,o iiirv <<* filincr t /ri nrrgaa i, n n r l-ife(/t

& Chan)bliss BoI1


of this section in general, and it's
!al service not overloaded with seff-
f legitimate need.
rall borrowers welcomed.

& Chambliss Bank

, for
iy af- (Written for the Ocala Banner.)
coui- Friends, scorn not things of low d^-
S sec- green.
im o' Nor sigh for wealth and stat-:
with- Far better court humility
en to Than burdens of the great.
P felt
n the For he who wins ambition's fight.
hanks Can never be at ea.se;
r sin- He gains. 'tis true,. a worldly height,
e him But has a world to please.
lys i ;
Math- For cares increase as honors grow.
i the And in his new estate.
of all He finds, though bright those honors
lite a glow.
. Th#e Tis thraldom to be great!
to b,-
ral of The flatterers that about him thronm.
inu- Each has one dole to ask;
To please all is no idle song.
But an hrculean task.
's -.if
-. M \VW value- things as they appear.
hlive,-- Nor count tilbe cost and pain.
Ak for Which line the road to that bright
Man." sphere
Miamni Th, -nvild one,4 attain.
I an I Fame is o royal heritage.
s siir- Its crowns are free for all;
t00-'t'i t ho its iezih.It heights would
le,4'", giK age
thjis tin,: ri-k I hI, i.Khest fall.
on '.'r Mi'- N.li,' Hmpe)r arrived in fro,',u S,,innl. att-ruixnm to visitt her sister,
il rti Mrs J R Moorhead Miss Hooper as
The.- rincipal of the South Jackson-
%ill*. public school. which closed a
eld :- v-ryv su0c,'ssfuil term Friday. Miss
-ffet.s Hooper's pupils, with whom she is
Mr. very popular, presented, her with S
itizil ',ry handsoni* present at the closing
- resi- exercises of the school.
. but Prof .1. H. lrinson. who was for
couii- several years connected with the old
wenty East Floriala Seminary. has been elect-
|g the e| superintendent of schools of Mfr
Tr an'l rion county, defeating his oppone3t
hoping by a vote, of 1}3 to 4S0. The Sun
y and joins his many friends in Alascb
m for county in extending congratulatlous
come. upon his splendid and well-deserve4
victory.-Gainesville Sun.

?ddick Bradentown, DeLand and several
s that other towns in Florida are after Prof.
since J. H. Workman, the excellent prindc-
econd pay of the Ocala High School. H.
it the has not hid his light under a bushel
make but we do not believe he can be wean-
s the ed away from Ocala. The wish at
zen of least Is father to the thought.
of the
early Mr. Ernest E MeLUn of Jackson-
Mon- ville is in Ocala on a visit, and was
kept busy yesterday shaking hands
with his friends and unraveling various
of St. primary election mysteries.

Louis. Mo., and publisher of the Wo-
man's Journal, the Farm Journal, and
other publications, said to have been






as Canvassed by Cotitv Democratic -xecutive Committee Candidates for Congress, State Ofices Having no Competitcrs. National CornmittwmCn and

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U. *. Senate
John 8. Beard..............
N. B. Broward............ G
D. U. Fletcher...... .. .1
W. B. Lamar... ........
Delegates 2nd Cong. Dis.
J. W. Burton ... ...... .*0
W. A. Pultoun.... ......
1. S. Giddens .. .. .... .... 1
A. J. Knight............ 1
J. D. Robertson...... .... I
J. B. Browne.... .. .. ....
A. W. Gilchrist.......... 1
J. N. C. Stockton........
Attorney General
W. H. KElis.............. 3
P. M. Traummell .. .. 1
T. J. Appleyard..........
A. C. Croom............. 3
J. W.Kight............
Railroad Cemmsiaioner
R. C. Dunn...............
&. W. Irvitne...........
W. K. Jackson............
J. Salomon........ ....
Member tate Ex. Com.
William Hocker...........
R. F. Rogers..............
For Represaentative
C. L. Bittinger...........
W. D. Camrn..............
William Griffith.... ......
L S. Light.............
W. L. Martin............
County Judge
Joseph Bell............
H. W. Long............
Jno. L. Edwards.........
J. P. Galloway..........
C. Y. Miller...... .. ....
J. L. Smoak. ...........
Clerk Circuit Court
8. T. Sistrunk. ..........
Tax Asesesr
Alfred Ayer.... ........
J. P. PhIUlpB............
Tax Collector
M. L. Carney............
W. D. Graham... .......
County Trmurer
T. B. Pasteur..........
SupL Pu.Mic Instruction
J. H. Brinson...........
R. W. Ervin. ..........
County Surveyor
W. A. Moorhead........
up. RoOegitration
J. L. Beck..............
A. Frank ... .. .... ....
R. T. Williams...........
J. F. Williamson........
Co. Corn. Firs OtD.
C. Carmlchael............
George MacKay..........
Co. Corn. Second Die.
L Dow Beck.............
R. W. Ferguson..........
B. I. Freyervmuth ..........
J. M. Mathews...........
Co. Corn. Third Die.
A. D. Mitchell.............
M. M. Proctor.............
W. K. McGahagln........
S. R. Pyles ...............
Co. Com. Fourth DOl.
N. A. P ort..... .. .... ....









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