The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00480
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00480
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Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

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Health Comes From Knowing How and
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Lozal and Petsonal
Mr. W. J. Akinit represnt*'d
In (Wcala on Friday.

Mr. and irF. J. C. Plllans of
trM. spent Friday in Ocala.

Mr. J. Di. Blaine I in Tampa
abort viwit.

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day afternoon.
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A Beauiful


Granite ior aur.t



Dedicatec to the Memory of the Scuth's Heroes by Dickison Chapter United

.0 Interesting and Heart Touching Eulogies.

The Daughters Decorate the Shaft and Present Their Beloved President With Badge of Honor,

Saturday was a day cf great expec-
*atir',n, To the pEople of Ocala, anrrl

Mr. Robert Ferguson of Berlin spcnint was koked forward to with keen in-
aturday In town. having come in ti terest and anticipation by the mer-n-
attmed the unveiling ceremonies. I b o i C Unt
bers ,-f Dickison Chapter Unite'd

Mrs. L J. Parr has gone to Lakelan1
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Overby, f-or
a few weeks.

Mit Claudia Miller, a former much
liked teacher in the Ocala High
&kbooL ts here on a visit to her rela-
tives, CoL L P. Miller and family.

Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Tiller of Martin
were prominent visitors in Ocala Sat-
urday and witnessed the unveiling of
the Confederate monument.

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp have
cone to Europe, where they expect to
remain for a couple of years.

Daughters of the 4Confet,'racy, the
Confederate Veterans, and the citizerg
generally, for it was the day set apart
for the unveiling of th e C. nfederate
monument, which was rect:ntly erect-
ed in this city through tCe untiring
efforts of the Daughters of the Con-
As far as we can as,', rtain, to Mrf-.
Edward Badge.-r is l*ue th. honor of
first suggesting the er-ction of this
monument, ar.d her brother. Mr James
H. Badger, was the rirst on.e to make
a contribution towards it.
Mrs. Badger's suggestion founi
quick and ready respon-,e amlotg ah,.:

Mr. Henry W. Long of Marrtl an' c nmrades of Dickison Chap.r, and ali
Mr. C. Y. Miller of Leroy were he-r-ht- ;n bers became instantly a-
1aturday to attend the unveiling of ,-a t-nihusiastic. Cminittes wc'r.
the Confederate monument. Iplpointed, and from that lime uni.
_^_lall___ a the necessary funds we-re cllhc'1-
Dr and Mrs. E. G. Lindner of An-' ed there was maintained upon tl,.
tbony are very happy over the arriv-tl ; jrt" of the organization an unt1aggil.:
of a lovely little daughter at their _iun-iring and devoted interest.
bomne a few days ago. IMrs. 4;ary, the honoredd,\ r.; *t ...
-rvi',,.nd hea-a of the organizations. \
Mr. Clawson, proprietor of the beatu- th,,r.ughly enlisted in tt-he ".taust- ;-I.
tiful Lake Weir hotel at Weirsdale. arouse-l, an enthusiasm whit1l w.i.
after a most successful season, has :uickiy communicated to all th. ot..-
aoe to his home in the north for thor i members, and the erection f 'tit,
SuImer. ..<'uin.ent became a foregone ct'rcli-
ST---- hs b .- :". f-r in the vocabulary o'f th,
The Toffaletti building has be" Dalughters of the Confederacy tihtre i
rented. Shelving and other furniture no such word as fail.
ad fixtures are now being placed in jIn a matter in which all were s)o en-
it- It will be occupied by Georg-' thus.astic and which has culminat.-l
S"la 1S happily, we do not wish to mak,-
Sinvidious distinctions, but cannot re-
Mr. Robert Sanders, one of the pro- I .
; 'tir, from saying that Airs R. R .
gresive and enterprising citizens of !
onellon. cane up friday to bring sf Blakle. the efficient vice president ,f
St i the chapter, Mrs. J. H. Livingston.
his mother to be present at the dedica-
ISr., Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. James
tion of the Ctonfederate monument Sat- '
I R. %Moorhead and Mrs. E. P. Moo.y
uray, | worked so unremittingly and were si

Mrs. Will Carlton of JacksonvilPe successful in their collections that they
v cotinues to be very ill with typhoid are deserving of special mention.
fever at the Carlton House in this To the genius of Mrs. Gry belong.-
city. Mrs. Carlton is a sister of the h,,n r of inspiring the beautiful
Messrs. W. D.. J. M. and A. A. Gra-. ,td appropriate inscrition.
I Wham of ti city e are glad to present els.-lhere
ham of this city.4
in this issue a picture of the mon'-.-
Hon. and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann. wh., ment.
4 came down on Friday fr the unveil- Names of those Who Contributed To-
ing -,re,.'onies. drove ba.k to the.irj wards Its Erection
'itra home Saturday a1ter'h,-r.. The following is an incomplete list
While in the city they w.r, the gues:- *: t ose who made money contribu-
vtf Mrs. Rft. G. Blake. i ,;* r+ towards the erection of the muon-
-- 'u nt. The book containing the name
Mr. William Storm, a fornmr rusi- c. ,very contributorr was lost in the-
dint of (Ocala. ret'ently did at Lake- tirn at the time Mrs. Gary's house was
land Mr. Storm will be rnmembert.l d<,srroyed. The list we print is made
as having married Mrs. W. B. Holly. t-it from memory, and there may b-
a blind lady of this city. Mr. Storm .-,rme omissions:
was. also a citizen of Citra fr a num- Andetrson. Mrs. H.Allison. Miss.
tr ftars.Allison., Mrs. Aulia. J. H.
her ear.. .i.Pa iger. M1rs. Edw.P'Tch. Dr. S. H.
-* I&'.vlcNr. Mr-. J. H.J:'\t r. iM!r-. t. 1H.
Mr. J. H. Reese. associate editor of ', '.. Mr-.. J. E. Rr:-..n. .Mr'- \\. N
; f ttl,+v. _N r-;.. J. E. Bar:,,n. M r-z. V.-N.
the Tallabassee Sun, is a candidate r,.I.. r. Hannah Bartha. Mr.
for a delegate to the IDenver conven- PI 11. Jui.ir Jo's.-.h0.iP- : '>r.,S.
!ion. lie is a bright t particular starIi BullIk. V. s 1; 't Mr. J. .
:Blalock. Dr. L. i. I r'.. Mr.
in the journalistic firmament," and twe p1, nsiah s. Mrs. .F.r. w ,. ha.l r..
hope that the choice may fall on him. C,,nnor. .Mr. t C 'arni. wXV. L.
He will make the state a creditab ,' C4'arniha..,. Mrs. Car,;s'.;-'. J. P.
*.u., .ntfi i. \\W horw our friends ('! ,, \V. XV. '.'-.'.v. :. I..

Mnr'in. 1;. W.
M, f y. Mrs. I:.
.M..r n. ..B.
Nu. .1!. T1. H.

Pokrter. .lrs. 'I.
PyI*s, S. R.
Peacock.. Mrs. J.
Pi:*',,a... J. A.
Rhirn.iu-,.r Bros.
Rays, ,r. Ai-n E.
RawlI, S. A.

Nashville, Tenn. Rober:son, J. D. Robinson, Mrs. J.
P. Ch'nap:er. Ptobertson. Mrs. Ring. Miss Fannie.
M ^.ir.. G. .IL Smith. MTss G. Stovall. \. F.
.M .." :. ,. ,;. j ,.it,,n. Thos. S(c.-tt. Mrs.W. '. M.
<, -,'i. Dr. W\. V. Sistr-,nk. Mrs. S. Sistr-jnk. Henry.
; ',.v. y S('.-,o, 1Chidren. Smith. Tom.
f'i llips. C'. J. S:anley, Peter. Sp(ont-r. Dr. H.
Phillips, Mrs.. .. Sparkman, S. M. Sistrunk. Carlos.
B.Powell. Mrs. M. Troxler, T W. Tcliaferro. J. P.
Palatka Chapter. Teague, Frank. Taylor Bros.
Reddick, Mrs. J. P. Thompson. Mrs. Tyding.s. Mrs. C.
Roach. Mrs. J. N. Tathamn, Miss E. Tuckc-r. H. WV.
Runkle, Mrs. H. C. Thompson, Mr.-. I.


p *~-'ht.itproicur'' a pht-~zgritpim d it, u o ~ fr*'i
I i n' ,4 whic

Weinges, Mr. Walters, Howard.
Woodrow, D. 8. WiUliams. J. J.
Woodrow, Mrs. D.Williamson. W. P.
Weathers, B. A. Wilson, Geo. W.
Webb, B. C. Wright, R. (G.
Waterman, Ardis. Wartmann, E. L.
Weihe, F. G. B. Wartmann, Mrs. E.
Walters, Harry.
The unveiling ceremonies were
largely attended. There was nearly
a full attendance of the local camp of
Confederate Veterans, headed by its
esteemed commander Mr L. M. Gra-
ham, of Connor. There were likewise
quite a number of visiting comrad ts.
The members of Dickison ,hapter
United Daughters of the (Confo-de-racy.
led by their vo-nerable and b.,lov,-.l
president. Mrs. Fannie R. ';ary. 1,ere
out in full force.
The Ocala Riles attended the re-re-
monies in a body, wearing their full
military regalia. 4 cala's 4ploenl4
band furnished patriotic and inspiring
music for this memorable occasion.
The teachers and pupils of the Ocala
High School graced the occasion with
their prt-sence, and attended in a body
At half past tn o'Wlock the Confed-
erate Veterans m,-t at the council
chamber, and w,-re Joined by the
Daughters of the (Confederacy and the
other organizations, and formed a
lin4 of march and proceeded to the
court house ground. in the follo-wing
The Ocala Metropolitan Band.
The Ocala Rifles.
Confederate Veterans.
Daughters (of the 4Confedl-ray.
School teachers.
School children.
Arriving at the monument there wa,
music by the band. after whit h Mr
Frank Harris, master of ,-r-rnon.le.
called on Dr. W. H. Dodge, of he Pres-
byterian church, to invoke the divine
blessing on the- assembled throng.
Dr. Dodge's invocation was a nma,-
terful effort and did great, r-,iit to :!.:
author and the occasion. It was r.,t
only a patriotic prayer, but a no.-t
chaste and beautiful one. and fell upon
the audience like the dews of Herman.
MIr. Harris, in introducing the ,ra-
tor .,f the ,day. made the f,.llo,ng
Dickison Chapter United Daughters

the Confederacy, Confedi-rate' IOMRS. KNIGHT-S CARD PARTY
Erans, Ladies, Gentlemen and,* !rm I-JArtivs 4K~lgh? sIft.' ,4In*s
,ow Citizo-ns: .v4 a"'' r-,ta ..ins fna-
ywrit proelainisi that a ."pro- 'rn tgwall- .~g' f ~
Snot without. honor save In his S.,Lt uro14y mr ~
countrv anO in his owu hbotase* vr'.-''. -

Leoi in ariotho~r form. A night bho~, *~~ %'.T.r.. sar
red thus: -A citizen is selloni Ks.* *. '~I .tI V. i*I 8C '71SA-
ed in his own eoniniiinity an. rY
"-his own p.'oplde''* '*
ni #xtremnely proud ()ftl.Th !.1t4 -.41' j,~'
form an Pxc.epti4)!1 to th!- 'vo-ry 'Ih
al rule. r ., E
rxA-en auSI tht. w :: n 1if! i.- tr
Y. 'anti ,uily the W10vij6.n
()n mia~ny uqcs(ini s 5!,*,en irYI)Or- *

ish here arid now t4) rhan' h''. ,.
ic partiaLty they -ht%-s '.44,-
shown rr,-.awl I %ant it too 'P#- p

Daughters of the Confederacy With Imposing Ceremonies



Th large,4t. .ind probably "no of ti
miost .-nj.'y.ble card parties. eve'r givqW
in Ac-ala was that of the Nino 4'clodk
<-rman Club at the ,kaI- Houe Ms
Friday ev,-ning.
Instead uf giving ther r v jlar Ea&
Gorman this club of our young waty
men planned a card party instad maW
their efforts resulted In a very api
did evening' entertainment for tbdt
Messrs. ). B Hows* and J. H Tay-
lor were the commltte@w on arraa-
ments. and this large affair pas-4 O
very delightfully.
Mr. Taylor and Mrs Tayiw. MH.
Hown. and Miss Perter and Mr C. .L
Lkoyd. president ,f the roman n Cl.,
and Mrs. Lkloyd rveIlv-d the club rn-m
hers and their gfuets.
()ver the nmantel. and -ntwtwa
around the -lec..trolhrs were *pmy.
the rn,,t plrfom t bamb,, vine tUlat
tayv' ,ver b*.n sen tn this city. a"
vuj..eu of r,.,'s and KEatt-r lill.' alao
gra,-ed the mante!s.
There wo-re two pun h h)wls. tiW
pun. h b-ing servd by MiNs: Hope
R.tbin.umn and Elizabeth Ne'wsom.
In the l ,rgr- p.rkr f the hotel w f
arr-ng'-d igh'e'n 1abl0-,. which were
ti!lp Thw- ,wrt* .,arli we-r Imirtiiilarty at-
rrak tivo .n.'. .hivlnig be-n ptten i-
wtclaily for thli- p'ar'y The'y woet
marked by Mise.s .J-.an Tasuo sal
Sara Davis.
Mrs. Austin won the ladl--i prls. a
v*-ry l Mr Helvenston was awarded a vfy
handw..me l silver knife for winning t e
biggl-et s-qre' among the ientlemon.
The large crwd present was baudo
fully managed, and tho, young m-n ,g*
serve' a great emJ of ,r-tlit f,r tiht.
lovely Easter party
The players werep the fllw)ing Mir.
and Mrs Taylor. Mr and tMr% Lloyd.
Mr,. ('ha&al. Mrsm ,llen. Mrs Me-
Kean. Mr,. I ,ney. Mr and Mr. H4l-
t41-r. Mr and Mrs. Maugh*. Mr ai
Mr' 'harle- Miller ..r andl Mrs. Jew-
". Mr. and Mr" Jame*s Knight Mr.
anrl Mrs. L" MiLller. Mrs .,amn I.
MrP MtW'Oll'iuIt. Mr andti Mrs. Hlva-
sttn. Mr and tMr, .rthur lark. Mra.
M.tlOn-y. Mr and MrAnis Weathers. Mr.
and Mr, Rh.tinauer Mr' Austin. MM
'arn-y., Mr'- R T Adams. Mrs.
Kwn,.. .Mi',-s., Vl4t.-l and Edith Tay-
l,,r. \,Vlkr. l)y.. ? Ijl.ldhn. F'anmy .m<,uter. W.Athern. rlt-
?tr. P,rtr. Marih.w. kitksn-n. IHarrli
iI|nd,,n. Robins.,:n. $utliihn .SAlndlS/.
ia~ll-t,,n. and M-ssrs. Howard and
Harry Walt.r's. Pe-iht. $ Frank Harrti. Jr $ulllt0n. W'.rh-nar
R,,t,*'cnn. W [) T.uV,,r H..'w .. *'r.-k,
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a life that God created, but we do so
wtb his sanction that a higher life
may live. So in a defensive war, a
war for the" protection of the home andi
reslIde. f-,r the preservation of thf-
higher id.-als of government. for the
Survival of the great principlet-s f free-
dore, we have the divine sanction, and
the larger the sacrifice the more price-
las the boon.
The spirit that animated these men
to lay down their lives, if necessary,
ftr a principle, which this monument
I Intended to consecrate, in the prov-
Idence of God, still survives.
That war was for the exorcise of
the reserved rights guaranteed to the
states under the constitution.
The exercise of these rights by the
MVternors of the southern states at
toh very time, in a larger sense and
a more wholesome manner than was
"evr before performed, and the very
MetUon of these monuments to our
iabted heroes all over our land are in
themselves proofs that those of us now
Uving enjoy a larger measure of free-
om and a greater tolerance of opin-
Im than that possessed by any other
nation at any other time in the
world's history, and these truths tell
m that the war drums of 1860 did not
beat In vain.
Largely by virtue of that struggle
tzi nation is stronger today in all
the cardinal virtues ordained in its
organic laws than it was when our
brteathers consecrated it to the
word a a child of freedom.
Aad in it all the women played a
part, a large, a most conspicuous par-.
Their part has been beautifully en-
sahrined in verse:

Lot me read you a story that is old,
very old,
A story that has often been told and
Aad yet is as bright and as new as
the sun,
Or the dew in the spring when the day
Is begun.

"Tls the story of women, fair women,
and true.
Whose borne in the southland, where
skies are so blue,
Where the flowers bloom always, the
birds ever sing.
And rewards are enjoyed that virtue
- can bring.

The south In her glory-before the
long war
Came to scourge her and leave her
with wound and with scar-
Was blessed with men gallant and
women most fair.
Whose home was their watchword
and loved ones their care.

When war came. and outrage, who bid
the men ae
And stand for Lheir country in weal
and in woe?
Who waited and prayed for their lov-

"Furl that banner! for 'tis weary.
*Round its staff 'tin drooping dreary;
Furl it, fold it, it is best;
For tlere's not a man to wave it.
And there's not a sword to save it,
And there's not one left to lave it
In the blood which heroes gave it.
And its foes now scorn and brave it.
And, though conquered, we still adorer
And love the cold, dead hands that
bore it.
And w,.,.p for tho)e wii,-) f-.l1 h--f)r
And parl ,n th ,-. ha trai:.- I an.'-, ;:'

is sought and utilized by all the na-
tions of the earth. The iron-clad was
born in the genius of the southern
brain; not only this, but the inventive
genius of the southern soldier has
demonstrated to the world ho,)w m:nanu-
facturing enterprises may be multi-
plitl along the lines of war. It vwa;
on Cnf*-terate soil and under gui',l-
an(, ,-f o )%f.te-dleratte skill that arn,.or-
ics w c.re on.-truct-:d. munitions of war
were multipli-d andi all the imtld-
;!..':it ,,f w :v r:' r i ,ai l i.,! T':,,t ,."'
-: ,vs t .. f .rL .ity )f s,',th,-rn .. ;--.
... :n ,r a. t,.ng S ,iUT ,- f." .. "i : it-.
.- ." \.r'. i. *v c-';l ;r ,\ic v h :

It is fade ,l now hut :. - -t; .. '-1!' .' t' i-" ". ,
the storms hayv Ir,-nclh-Y.l i- ,.,,::iv- Y :.. i r a .:',: hil < v ;".L ga-n-
'i ijs jl.s hav IPiarat.-al ;rianl *.rn ( i : I *. t. I
n-ver a d -j d by him who mart h,.(! V..- "0" -' 'ur-- .'. t- f 'K:-. 1
n<-ath it L.. <-v.- r dishonort-d it. : :t : : r:i ,
This the th .-no for the h ur ,., u. t. .,, !:: :.lir.-
th,)ughlit: The battles w%- foughtt, th. Tt-- ', :- lr.I.- ',:n-
l -o s tlev taug ..t. th.. bl.--iings th .- -h t, t .-a ,iaf 1 I ''n: raa
brought an ld the ch1ang s :h,.y ,n t ,l*,v.. *i,-.! th.- u'r: ,i; .:,- ,,f I.,,.!
If t .-r -o -..... r;at war put the
wrought. XVWhat a tht-nm. is tthis f *r ,.If g ,rn at war put the
the poet's song. the painter's brush, .'IueIuht int, MP)r,..5.l natio.)ns that
the musician's note, the historian's fret,,lin wa.s i,,,sil,!.. Ev. n t thie:n,

lpen, or thie orator's tongue. )rat. ir'S
have lavished their telaiu-.nt,, in pr tia-,
of the soldiery; painters have thrown
upn canvass the views of the battle
and battlefields; poets have sung of
the heroism and the victories of cornm-
panies; historians have found it a
treasure for record; statesmen hav'-
stood over the moveme-nt and delvei
into the intricacies of the collision anl
sought f,)or the fundamentals of civil
government. Indeed. all minds hav,
given the four years' struggle an in-
tense investigation, but the orator's
lips may be silenced and the harp-
strings of the musician may be brok-
en. and the rhythm of the poet may di-
away in the stillness, and this research
of the statesman may be abandoned,
but woman, true to her mission, will
preserve the glorious memories of
those years of strife. She has enshrin-
ed them within her heart. She' ha;
woven them into the web of her life
and she has crystalized them into) her
tears. She has sketched them in un-
dying colors on the canvass. She has
chiseled themni in mzonuments of bronze"
an l marb o.. Sh-e kFt p- th. -'. ,-y

Tht-ir vi n ents ar-, sprea 1.. :n~,pvom!eflt. intil n-ow, at th.- pol
A nd gI --y g ua rd s wi th -s,)' I r, n u. te*~in .r i o* n
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he rt-. -nt strugg ,-.- which have re- '.. I. * : ..
-ulted so fav.,r'ibly t,) Cuba andl the j ,z.h, .. : '. -
Phililppines. is lut. to the war of s5 :.v .:..: : 2 ;t '
,'*ssi,,n. WV have m,,nade universal liberty ,r' :-- ,: : 'I. ".,;- v .
ihlt-sirable and possil)le. W while our de- ;,,-y. I' .I' "! ..' a : :: fn' i *"- -
f,-at shows the ls.ses we sustained, 1-.. 'i h f. i : .' ( *:it'-'ir ''. - :
o)ur endurancet- of these losses shows -U... :- ,, .. -n .r" b .'" I' .* i .- : a .
their ..., i:'t .
hov.- true lmen today may preserve their far L, I, : .2' n .. :. ., '
h>no)r in thle severest struggles o)f life; pir.': ,-. ,.. -. r a ;,it ,a;"a, ...: ,.* :. :
,,f re 'cul,.-ration and revivification of strife wv:. : :. ':'-,r',.l i;z. x".: ,n :.., :' .- .' Ii.' :. *
-,)uzht'rn enterprises, and shows the re- g,-n.r.i!. ,, stu'I'nts in" r s. n. rr at W .-* .,::'. .,....- r *-
sources. of the southern men and the ve.,ped th- wo)manh,),id in the south- ,ld:.,!:n ;,i; :1i .:.. . ,:' 'r
southern heart. Nowhere in the an- ,rn hom,- that has cha!len1-,1 thie ail- "',ur ,:.- f-,! :i a'., u :,i ':.-
nals of time can be found a similar miration of the world. She has manl- ta.n- ,,f V.r.;,:, ,. r., z.. ''..'-
record where a nation has been down- fest-., a n:.arv.-I us hr-,,'o;,F),l,, in .I .o F V ,r:l ':' a ,,. H r. r .-
trodden. robbed, despoiled of its and won..--rf:I! t ,urazt in t'ns- at ,;rl ,-: ', '.. *A .'**" '" .
gods, crippled and murdered, and has war. can:. :,,yary :-ntl ;vr in psyr, o a ,1'irn *. *' 'A L ;' r; -. .. .
so quickly recovered and reasserted H:-r g-ni,'.en ss arn I. r-, an.l riy ':rj i:.,'u n.t .i .'..:. ii: i .-. '. I.
its power and authority, and so fully -.,j-s :n.,s: .i--ar:,:. a ; a: I r.:,'i-'. j ':. ,.' :e:. : ',A -
preserved its dignity and honor. 1e has ;,as'l -tr >uah firn:i,... ',i :,- '.r S "
Another result of that war is that i- our th,, sn,:e' r .- .. -r ,r'.n-n-.
has givon to the world the wonder-a a na,! e: 1 rg ,i fr. 1" r-r'. -.. f ,I-- I.r.-a -. -
wonder without p)recedence-how a na- fvar, tfa<;it.; :h-- -i. ;- r :' .- v..r- ,i). 1.
tion s- defeated could so s.),on be ly b)a:-.y ) >f tha ,r *fh r .I' \ \'.h V ,
bru.mght back into harmony and fel- long a-' -ing rui- fa"': ,;;. "v ". .
lowship. and t-,,day. as rt._e-ent events A: -
,lsc' .,,-M no pLrt of this country i --:.v -- .
,.i ,re 1, y',i in its all -gianic to tilhe .. ...
-\t - --
*t iT's an ,l s 'ripe .s than that r ',r,.-ent-r -

fr;-sh in :h. s-'nngs which .ch fr ron lip ," i: :*. '' *; f-,i-ra -- states.
to) cradl-. anal "Dixic'" an.i "Bnny BRu-. .- v -. r: i. : -i .._ -\Ia:-> -
Flag." become the l.-gacy of future 'aX uV, 1 al "w:, .ur at': r: r. .Lol
years. : . ,- : f 'a --
The sc-n,,e b,.fo.r.o me is n.-, an unu- IW' a a I fu baYt t tt' '-y
unl 4,,-,_urren, e. In t'V.-ry villag.. ha'n- back, y.. t,,hen w, urr,:i.lorpj we
hl-t and city within the soauthlanl t: ?"-' "" ur a::a.in,. :.a th l'nite.!
Sta t,, v.*a':.: -.t. N,, "tTrt ,if this
.ch-rlalren from : th.- s,- h.1, th- w.)r.n
from their h,-ne,. andl the mn froii country has been truer or more loy'il.
their places of busin,-as anat the sur-
viving veterans, scarred in bat!t., an,!
w."ght-. dov:n with y.ar. m!ay h 1 -
sz- *n in the windling Ir a'0ssi n that "' ".
finals itz way t0i where the dea1 ] :
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dit-r is buried, there to l.-p.,sit the-!r .. - ,.....'' :a
tributes of praik-. th,-e tl,,w-rs of love. -" .
Such scenes as thi comne to m, n.ow. "''"I c f
and for more than f.,rty y.-ars this an- "
nual tribute I have holp,.d t,' pIY. anai .*".'* ? .- ' ,,
with the Scot..' bar-l I can aff.arl ,
su y : Z^ *.-' "

ed ones. away.

Consumed with T* :r a: C:sh and "Still ''r th..., s, :--- '," *'":.,,--"
longing a-" "" wak'.
A ndl f,n'i!'y hr ,.-,I- x,,-': ::.i ..r tir>'..

Twas the wo': r. CoI bliss them. Ti:'. hut he inro- sTa r
they str.,i :or ti.e riht. -
A _s --tr,.ans, t}'- ,-r ,n .s ,i.. .,
The men diei n: "!i. y in the heat of A 'tT' h- ..'n. 1 *..-'
the fi ht" w -ar.d "
But the wum,.n. s.re ;ravailed in sor-
row and want. U w', c.,a' ,, t, n1"'. ,-.i. ,li-'u -!
From the door fought the wolf. so, i"1' a:,f ,is hl.* a:' asa. as ry vtit
grim and so gaunt, bring its nmess:g.-. anai, a a vs rry cr,.-
tur., has its n%:s Yet never a word of complaint could ai-zsag- comesms to us fraim the batti,'
one hear, strife of forty ye:irs agi? What nik-
From privation and want shed they sion did that war It'-rfrmn f )r mniankin.l
never a tear, and fr God?
And they worked for their own. But The first lesson it teacha- us is this:
their warriors bold The power and efficiency (if th. ci-izen
Urged to fight for their homes, to have soldiery. When the bugle call was
and to hold. sounded to arms. men unheard of left
their fields and stepped to the front
When the carnage was over and sol- with the grasp of the plow handle still
diers came back in thoir grip, and seizing their sabres
To the remnants of homes in the ene- led armies to the battle and to vic-
my's track- t,-ory. Boys threw down their text

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Local and Personal
Mtr,. W ii! 4'.trit,.n to i nu.,, i',. ili
al the 4"ar!t.,n H,,use in thi is y.

lb'r 4; ift h \ w s in C h.;l t la-i :':'. '.
.and \ '! ,r.," 1 i r. o '., 'ri. ',

Use Plank's Chill Tonic. 25c. p r
bottle; guaranteed. Sold by all drug-
gists. x

Ir .( \W l.i iUln r 4f -\n'i .ny 1it
Mr. 1) A. Ctlark -f Mart-e -.\ r., vis'--
<,r- in 4<' l
Mr and Mrs. A. J. Brigant- have re-
turnmd t'o (0ciala fnim Kentucky. and'
Sill again make this city their h
Quite a number of O(cala petplhe are
ming up t Fairflield t,day. At lea-:
twenty ar boodkodt for the trip.

Mr* Mabel Sanders Austin of Jef-
ferwonvl-le. Ga. is visiting Ocala and
IPt a ruest of h.r aunt, M-s. George W.

F'airfeld is making big preparations
for her candidates' picnic -n Friday
It if expected that a large h.r<,wd will
be on and.

Ir. C. H. Mathia is &.i the city from
Blackvtlle. S. C.. for a few days. Mr.
Mathis is the well known cantaloupe
and watermelon grower in this sec-

1r James McIntosh of Newberry. S.
C. father of the late Edward L. M"-
Intosh of this city. is here for a short
visit. I)r Mclntosh owns valuable
pnperty ntfr this city.

Rev. Mr Mullins of St. Petersburg
arrived in Ocala yesterday and has
i-,wied his wife at the home of thei-
,iaughter. Mrs. C. E. Culbreath.

WV. ulnfedav

n ' .,-" i r *r

4.7harlt-s Loeitnt-r an'1 Fredk XV,
;',iral Frank Booi.h-r andl friv
no.r. Sulkhcntck. SmA ak. DufftT
ja-j an. ] (if *,i-k t- it

r;% i I- iv.

I' .n<:i- .a w hen t,. .:,:,it
K-;i: ,s tu i.', hU ': .' ( 1 ,, -v,
-*is! xin *-"1, lling t'-. s; -
'hat .:y.

M r F:-rank lui5,-.<. ,f
kt'iwt :n.-n in the c. ',uitv.
-4 .' us Tut.'sday. tt., \\ia.-" ,r
in.'v \xith his fr., nds. .11 "
uu ,Mr. \V. A. Young-,. Hu
fIt.!. iz making big pr,-par:I
arrangements for the big
\\whi-kh comes off there on Pr
1. Du-ncan Fl.tclwher and
the state candidates, and all
ty candidates are expected to
and fire off their pyrotochni
The good housewives are pi
big dinre-r and are determine
up the reputation of Fairf
this popular line.

tei- .-iy aftern.-on by Mr4. J1
bE-i ';1i~~s ileat t~e ho'iu :(,
~.( a r. .~ .C. A. !Adioit o or.

M~ f Bwa, lovelY in a be-a

w %hite prfl(-st ,.g)in as she stoo,;
ret-eive hcr ts. As a v~j>1iIl.
jsh" '.a~vvai%-.- P-Q,,-lar horze :n lhr
horn-.*w anil her friends w(,re F
v-rha;,py io pf-r.1 ssch a '-harnr~ii
t~eroon w ,,I -fr
h.- guest-(4 ofht-,n,,r at Mr, -b U
part w 1 her sist-r-'n-law, Mrs.

L. W ra' H n f n, r~a -iii

tI.'i -rIS M.- C' lI:
as v rr i 'i n a ialf. !j'U'.1 k
M:- n %v'r a very v-I., 1- za!

w xith 'l ; -~~: it7-,r. :e1 : s anld 'a ks
and 'v ~ V IA l'.'a *i
I Th, r,. x" -1v tbo (f w
and Tt-re. <., two h-,fl ':;lhe-
ing pl.- -0 1)~s- 'T):-( pw-r. -r : n.
ape I LDuri-nizt'- ga: s p ifln w- c
01.0"' by i (CaroLi,:'!' %, Franc--.e Lid-
4 in, ;ruc Hat chell i:'I lAnfl~t- *1t h-

1! fhii oodI was sere,!. anti o-

-.w ~ which werf- -orn i'(i'
S~~~~~~~~ 0'-.' -: tir~so a i
~ ',i. p'a- . i krzi oo No jiz s x

Mlrs Ic"'t guests were Mrs. u

S'-F rank 'Xavson \I is. ".1-l o'y L':-)u
~ :~ j i>2 itikc-, -.. 'e. \ s. V i

Mv it, i--v

-~~ ~ K -I i hi ' M rs. [o
-.'~ o' ~.). r. 'tLlen,2Mrs. George

Linm M Cr.M~.Jh Tyor r. V. M T.
.\2sc~-et. M r~ rhrCak rs. L'ov

'fli-r 'tv Buy. Mrs. Culeron. Mrs. Newi-_t
th t r*i- isom.,:rs. D C. edwards,. Mrs. REagle

t'~~h oratoroMissMrs. 'W.S Ti
ArhirarakMr. .g)
.b- Brov. EAnO Mrs. PaHo. MK H New

t L 1 t? eil
leld along

Mr. William A. Yunge of Fairfield
was a pleasant visitor at this office
Tuesday ,a, inqlc.tel *,: r !inotypo
machine which he thought san(! .

a most marvelous inven i ,'n. MNr.
Younge is a candidate for .o:inty < v:-
missioner for the fifth district. lie ha-
been urged to make the race by an i.-
most unanimous sentiment among the
people of his section and the argument
they use is that that section of th--
district has always or very nearly ai-
ways been without r-prest.ntation ni
the board and they say it is time to re-
establish the doctrine somewhat pre'.-
alent in 1776. "no taxation without rep-
9 v- V ,- .- it in i*...._ -. %: s& v t !

Mr. iH. K. lHane of Tampa. wh, -v,
v-isiting his daughter. Mrs. J. Fraok
Hall, in this city, was takn sick about
eight days ag,' and (died W.dienvday af-
Mr. Hane was s:ev.mny-fiv. :ers ,l
?u: :. ', .f y. r d. ard lias boe-n totally blind
f.,r ti.- i.;st -ight months.
--,' ..-,*. timn' past h#' has. b-be i
making is h,,'ne at Tampa with hi-
dlaughter. :rs. George A. Petteway.
Hu was the father of Mr. Willia:-i
Hane. wvo has a position with Mr. T.
Wv. Troxler. A married daughter in
Tenness.e-e. another son and his wife.
survive him.
The remains were taken to Cedar
Grove church. near Heidtville. for in-

presentation. 1r. io nU i s" 1 ai m ,'fI
pleasant and affable young ntea; terment. where other members of the
pleasant and affable young gentlvnia-i;
and has a host of friends. I family are buried, and it is the church
l__ in which Mr. Hane was converted tei'

WVe enjoyed a v\ry pleasant visit cr twelve years ago.
Tuesday from Mr. E. S. Smith. of Fair- Th, funeral services wtre con-


Honest Women Who Are Not Afraid to Tell the Truth About Pe-ru-na.
The %ahme of fte
Who can set a money values
health* It is a solutely prt,-em.
N.j one in g iod health -ramnftuf
..m....... appreciat, what Is means to ha v
F:poor health. The days are longmis
." . .....rli o ui, h e n i g h t s r b l e

""-"" painful. N,,tbtng goeve rigbL 1Zvf
the mind bvv4,moe deranmgd lad UI
..Jured y ,',)utinued pour hosIth.
:.. Once l0t.rated from the three
.'4:~~~o ,Pf .'kn,-,,s words lfl oell l
.W..it....: the v J,,r and relief.
".: iPsruna h s t t he 5 the mIof
-......: levn.r w. men frum i.l heh tA
.. 2 .".. .,A.%a.."h an. e .
nthe Unliti o ~ l Iw~p
X...!.#: :)* a n y ," th..r m -11, 4. 10e.
.A .'. mulltud of wom stand iW.y
..-.-......-.. to j:, v.'t~estir. -a in favor of P ot
.: Since I have of
A? :-:! :used Peruna I When,.eer -
S.... '. have a splendid
a. ..i, Li ie C. Martin, 4. 'myVW.
:":appetite,, n j o y 1*
pn Jo-Y Tenn.. write-:" "verybyN tsays I
i :x::f.: .:...: ::. ~ *life and perfect 1,i,, t i have fr two
,':health. thr-o v4ro..and I steelrely tb&i
.U'..m f:... y ,t rr v,,ur kind advi.e.

~ ... .... want.1 ",* i t@-VV. Your t re m en tiha. efr
:- .. :Y." .: '-. "*:-:.:.:- :: .: tir.-Iv ,'ur,.d r,, I .' ta eat anything

i~i::: : i < : I wa t. I -,,v,, your rem.l,.eewij3

... cur- any 'a" of lndkgimlt a or 4me
..... .. .. ... .
....:-:.... _';-... .. . .-

Caught Cold Easily.
SMrs. F. E. Tlpnderson. 221 Ninth St., Milwaukee. Wt-.. wrtpe:
"I never hna any faith in patent medicines until' tr,.-d Peruna. hbut my
Experience with this reliable medicine has tanght nit- that other. -ei one which
can be trusted. andI which will not fail in time of nedi.
"For the past few years I have found that I cwuight oolgj e ily. whirh
would settle in a most unpleasant catarrh of the head. I hadl to he, etpe-taI;v
careful about being out of evenings, and not to get .h1lle4, wh-n dre.es.d tthin
for parties. but since I have nused Peruna m*r .,-neral health i. improved. and
my system is in such good condition that even though I am ezpwed to in-
clement weather it no longer affects me.
"I have a splendid appetite and enjoy life, being in perfect health."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^."""~~b .i~rji((-irir oii.u>. - -

Pe-ru-na Tablets. dicinal ingredient,, of P-runs. and eacb
For two years Dr. Hartman and his tablet is equivalent to one average doee.
assistant have labored incessantly to Mrs. Josephine Hoit, lPC E. First ltM..
create Peruna in tablet form, and their Portland. Ore.. writes that she was
troubled P&erionslv with esatarh of tho.
strenuous efforts have justbeen crowned t1rouldat th iashe with naarh o th
;throat, that she usedi Peruna and was
with success. People who object to wonderfully helped in two weeks. and
liquid medicines can now secure Peruna in a little over two months her system
, tblets. These talsets represent the me- was nd of alU tramces of catarrh.


Mr .n." Mr-. l ,iac Ste'vns ent, :-
-taini.,. M.-.-;y af:ern.h;n in c-', b."t-
tion if their fiftieth wedding anniver-
isary. The-y had as their guests (i -
a large number of their friends '.
neighbors, and the occasion was a
very happy and unusual on,-. as it : **,s
not fall to the lot of many couple, to
live so happily together fnr so rnany
Mrs J. J. Gerig received at the frint
doot and Miss Nellie Stev-ns. the ,n'y

, d-aughte]

ed them

Mrs. WV. J. Byrne sang in her very
w.-..-tsmt manner two very .approprta-

.:',, ,,ngs. "Silv,,r Threads A.rnng 'h.-
.\,', I.' ;*and T .-11 mt. H,,w to % \V.>,, Y ,,u.
.M j ry.-
Mr. and Mrs. Stvverns nalI l i'h I ,
f r thi s v-!Ihr-iti,,n all th-he. ,rmb.-rm ,
their irnvi,.|iate family, and it w,t%.,
,'-..ry happy day intl'.-d fr th-rm .ri i
,inr+ that will hN- tr3asurr-,d in th.-
nr'ri,. ry urns f r .ill th,. haitn, .
their liv,-s. whio h Th-.,r fr*'n,': .*4,r'
y h(ope \,:!! he yet many mTr, i v'ar,

r of Mr. and Mrs Stevens. ak- NO PICNIC AT TOE' ERY
i into the parlor, wher9 h 'r
, ,. ,Gaitt.r. F la.. .\pri. _*' 1!^,,
and father and Mrs. St.'vt-n'r.la..Apr 01
...- .. -.. -. ; ,-, D -- To the Edito r <'ala llann.-r

sister, Mirs. Edwards. of r.rie. r-a., re-

ceived. Mrs. Stevens looked v'-ry
sweet and charming in a bia(k sil'<
1 -. I_ .I No __ #. .

DO ~not pubji Ah !h#- anne ci 'F iio-ro I

rv as I ;+*-th'ore i'a .fi. t *.n,- at v'~-

Miss Helesn werbtf. GU Moeo .
4t. J.,wph. M Ich., write:
*Laot wituter I caught a wea s
which devolope" lo s Ul ltlplNI-
tarrh of the beaod "d threat depnivta
me of m v appeu to. Md i g em "0ls
"A friend who bed b enfu d1y
Peruna advised me to try i snd I a
for a botUe at use. ndW I m glae d to@
that la three days the phlem 6
loohened. and I felt hetter, my eppbMo
returned ad wwith ia ne"So. Il l w
my imtem god Weilth."


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INGSi to their vow, loyal to their love, ani MAN'
M~ANK HiARRIIL I ---- 'r*-a :y for sacritf.es. always unt.)i T the Demcratic Vters f Mrl
P. r N A If Ste. M a On memorial day th htarp i- brugh dath." Sixteen y ears of editorial work ha unty
V. LeV. .ood Business Manager.,fr.,i.. n,- t,,nt h b-n'i T.:,,I h r i t w kdhn eo Chris. O. Cod- I h inrmain I d r..n:.,.
FRANK HARIL EdI. fr-'n. toe)-). 4-deythow ;s t ii b..ughwrecked**the the Dem.psrotiChriter0.'Coo
Sx t- - --,-- .',s, andl i.- mali.- t. s-rig its tuns- pictures: Imi n m re al
: rington of the D*Lant anst for- hat a numbr ,+f young rnn are actv.
ful lay ,of patho.. and s ,rrow. th bu- .nther result of that war is that it S i u .ws tr ly circulating a Pr.ut.nrt U htt .i an r
K ;?!.. blast is h,-arl once :n-or- in r ...-.n- edwonter__ e him to lay off for a s, ason of rst
has g;v,--n to the. worlti the .n er -
ory as it calls armed m-n forth .) i.n.ler without precaedence-how a na- a reeur'-at:on The ,l.itor of the gr.iv.. -,pln;..ns i. paying ;y ..
-1,f a:,,orth., sn tr'ing st.-.l A,1i ..# t "' n
1 '.!> .f a.r the .. ,n r g st d )i' ,n S,) d,-feated could so soun he. Hera*,! ha. e at ir "o and for pa:gn exp,:ns.s. ani that .i. -'*""
n,,5lri,: ex,.n'it-i. th- very picture ,f brought back into harmony and fel- twenty-od. .dearz. wlIhr the rst that n-.. ar)- ni I- -t *
d.-filanfo, i.s put upon imaginary can- j sh and t, lay. as recent events he is c constantly on the v-'rge of nmr- i:pres.in that hI ns l ;n I...
vas- a a. he sniff-, the ba-2e afaro 'ff. 10l no) part of this country 1 vous collapse, and is anxiously await t h-. a an]:! ^ r .
the rattle of musketry, the belching 'f more loyal in its allegiance t tho )g the end of the primaries that he, juig *' M.rin cuny. Th Lb,'
c <'nn,: the handv-t,-harn. c-',n^:.t a., !stars an] strips than that repr-.,ent- too. may take a fw weeks" rest. Thi nrn., -nt,-nan having a nf''t>,
al! vividly brought v:tw an,] fi:nI n th- onfedrate states is t pa. that kis-a se nrary o.f h, a. ,pr
----- ----*___ ly and feelingly dosr:-in g r:. i- I",Vh ,. we surrrn.lered a' App .ma- cupation ani a load forever" on the my 'inltay. :h av ','..n
FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1908 stately pros.. r sweet an,! n- : r, d u a r ru Hr.a--rr.,i ar.. vtlrL .i r .i.
m.., .nI I ,x aA., ,down ,our arms in truth. brain.--Punta (Gordia Herald
'e. r. an I as lu'-ng th,- fo,)r y-aris f bat- Poor fellows: There is a man in the, t, !,k ,-v -^*i"r
Tamnpa's water case is now before Ev.ry niemnrial day enr:. we .:`, our be.t to bea the -,ntmy Mytropolis offic- who became a pnin-. W: r h )l, :h t :4 .1 ".
the supreme court. languageg" ,. ...-q. v. w. iurre-niereI w. her's devil 'n IS.76. was an apprenti" ', u: 1 ., I, , .1, inl :1.r-, ;.r'*,i,
N.,, -n can," r,,a,l th.-t ,nagnf, ,u . t t L. r -, in all 'F )ar- mnts, w ntt into the ,i-i1 ,v -, i ,n: ,. r. --
The Brownsville affair is still being -ulIg:..-. anrd nt b, stru k with th tat, gerr.m N ar war in 1". ame to .ak-,ville infl a 'I,-
aired in the senate. fa that n-n are still loft us wh. ,-an ,- untry has been truer or :or. 1 and has .ben in th harnes ev.r , '.'hs.r.- h- ., ,-.-
_._ x---v., ther igur^ intg ur--,t-- '" Th.it ai.hgian e ha. been tst. i :n "re- H works bven-*v y. an i has : in. '
ib -auty and grandeur a wt:-.n |h,... r .-- sinoto. F-lo works eaver~y (lay. an-i ha ".: ,. -. -
Besides her other troubles, Pensa-, bauty and grandeur as w-..-n ': eventss, an. when t a:: nt ha a aan snce n ,n , ....
col had a recent fire, in which seven -ung or D .-n.th-n. an,] '.,-.-ar ,I.- a f .n :' i -, e e h t r- .
eeIu.I or fin terS in te ^.: -;I_ ir, still goodl for nior years. How's th.. .1
houses were d stroyed. i,.. u .- .. '- ptn" r m: -.,-t full an ro 1, an rf)r compares n?-.Jac sonv-t^1 Me- *.,. . ,. .. '1:.
wa-.n :n th.l- r-'.,un':.ng of "- , h
f.... u ht.,-rnl h,-onie,i. r ropoh-
John Beard recentlyy crticised quit :ar g;Lg ,..- : : .*t ;tu i r ','. ,r' to y h. DBrop is. r ... .. -.
severely the Broward administration .,., .,. r 4: e* se : h Dittro r O hOcala .Bann- T.ie ii ..* -
In a speech at Lakeland;.'. ,n. a F n, : -. r 7 tnn b:, tor of this pap-r fnr e.i a prin t. .. . I . i r. .
,S a ... : n. a s sft a i t t ,: >- in ..t t L <- .,lu, nn :i 'h e ',i.:. o ffi ce b e f,)r i- c iv'o w .r. .erv.i a s :::a *iPv- ., .- o v -
g"n:1' z. P1,Yrs. or a. jrr;:-..-t:t-:.ar-.i -
The light and ice plant recently z, yr ,, a J, :. -'rf.. u, : a r, trr, t loya .Iy, v a'- a l apology or a --),iior in th.it -r'i-- ur'
thundr,A .as b r;,:'an t d l- a,2m a. ~nl-: : o eM anL1tV-2i .
burned at Daytona. The ice plant a, h: as rltian a. .. l- : u.iry anl cnl-e, n.t e an anost c iiousv for a p- : '
Gainesvlle also burned. It is a ba4 inK met ,,r, -' ..f.,un n t!. history a.f n.bt.,n.. et of f years has gi e n alm.r )t ": -... . -y
.- rA t on e truth plap as:ngy t.,. : s ru- his sole attonrion t making the, ," r',:.-in '. .. :. -.- ;- :
Sson to be burning ice plants. M,.r. ay teae u' :h th lho-nw ubrl" Oala Dii ant ,-kv Banner a.: -

TYw the M" errywidowmania" ha.s .ra r1 a i the p'e 5-:, alii i -,v::'4 ; .:h xtrat.t fron th -,p,.:i >, '-t :- newspaper .vr er in'vt:Ia. -intrjr- i ;,
!andha**hyonlylack.- newspapaoi-er.,i-
struck Ocala. It is about as prevalent an that h,.y onlry lak t,. .- a. :,' n Mar,:n It is a small affair, it i, true, but f .-- *.n :.. :' :,*.. r : I -
It Ocala as it is elsewhere, and runs bring them forth from th-.r h':i-t Wi-' pr:.lt ., aff-c:,.l.ely hon the man who thin'.; [r is merely chil-i ,, A v ,.'- .
..... .. -. ... ,.. '%Vz, .,k h.. I..;
to the same extreme. placWs. ie o f' e ffi' ,r 'l, h,, ,i- ,s ,f va Pay will. ry it for a month he w.il -r,- i. -* *
.re. f r exa)r s a Pirl!i.have <'ornnan... 1 the praise ant a,- find that h., has r-n :p mon an enrirelv .i: ,;.i-g ** *.. -
J. Brown of Georgia seems to pos- I n up betwn th.' p a .-.:. I.:rat:on of their coun-rym.,n anA different propo<)-ii,>n ba-. -h,:h I *.,i. ,i. I im ; ? '
mess some of his fathers political sa- ;"ting hi' who>e !If.- t, b.irter. "rtad, whose achieve-nonts have been i- I Take vesrrlavs pa' r f r in- 1i i- 1 ira r: .
gacity. He has actually got Hoke anl, c mmt-rt- but ;n re.,,untin th,.- s,!r:b,1 perhaps upon the pagos ,of hi,- ,stance, rhe ono we a-- LOw glancin, ',,," .
Smllth to guessing. .- gr ,w vX:tl!y ,,,,u.,n-a,.2 ;*- tory. Up.-n their grave in l.-v, w-, tW. one aOW:,l *ht .relo ar- rhirrT r ,p........ .
-._- f trw lg a picture ,.,f I,,- ::t,,, ;a,,- garlan-is of purest ow- coluimns ..of set i arotor. b ie soi,- n:-. :j h. an] p i.
Bishop Ellison CA~pe-rs f the Pro-:!h- -^sory ^ :*; ^ :, I-:' to-11-In inIl* aaunl way h,-M wk <- -- ---- .**:- --*rl '*,,*
Bishop Eii~on Capersofthe Pro-i the story, t,!l in g HI av h~s,,; :2 "r:- er, but ,e ,uet not f.rmut thnf -- t r- a! CO:tlniS that w-re o conmp',ud to bd h..r pr-in- lwtf:l_ .nt. 1, "
testant Episcopal diocese of South um;'ih v..r d:fm l' a: I i :, l ,:t -l:ft o .- r Pretpar this- atter- > *b- eth rnK .n *
Carolina died at his home in Colum- tunes., h t, givA u, a sa -:-p:- if : 4:4:n :a but 1 "' T an! ... cartrii ge d y ne :an' ever- -P he QPn:p f 1
bia Wednesday nighL quoence that has rarc .b... ,x -. ox : rant tattereltio uf n -
. .. .. ra! o ,ta 1 ere wi the ye!.ar. and it w:illb,, foulll t o zr tw 1:, t.r ,u ~ r t;,: ;.1. t. ".
,,i the real s ,f l::.-ra ur, V pnr'- I -h.,,- 'r.r wi!.,ut sh lt,,r or .ov somewhar moloro n,);s andgi n,.inl ni." te!',, t n!-. p.- .in-i n
Hillsborough and Duval counties n,,unc hi-: ex.ori;u'n a g," -f ur.--: up. tnnth- lonly, fr ooz !and sai itl Vt, c Z fls
aft barking all previous records in; ry prl e a he th. n, sa spca' '
te registration of new voters. Hilli- H.,. -rnk .Aia.s sas. to :u r- :. 1 g,.tr ing. ;haI I. can I. el yo ur & r s wjr I i? oK, I, ,,I. .
borough added 1700 and Duval abou i!l ,l .,-., !. t.,nl: ., ,-n ""f h I t ut b tr a e wou"i u no .,
00I-. r "Tb. .-.ru ,., -.n ,f ,-,,.s -,uffring. ,f hi! ;fi,itIty tto duty iforent. b T rh,re ar' rn: -Irit,,d1,,n -i
200. ,T -ri''u- l',;ns arUf.a l,' mn"-. ,' ... a: ,r oth r rhi t a.- *, a i The .J .rmtn ha- r 'l t dl '.

The Old South is passing. Some of nt' fo vft ,ry hTat int- pr ar fr.m if,. T a Ast tr r a frqt au i ',n "!i +' r'I i F":'r i lra ',:' i ., ,,
the dear. swot women down this .yway u r are the r--.:s ,f su .,: ...-,. ; p,.s er hunr ,d-, U)Us. to -av ni ll of r:- r*.'[- i on" .,, .- r ... ; .. :1: ,, "
at beginning to bring damage su!o fL ,Iur- and ,. ae &t, ra.I f .f.. son:n.a of th s pap,,,r. ,an,! [,rt ,fn.1
tor breach of promise of marriage.- .in r r. th rat!, ,f thi.'h .\ *,:'.. ts ;tr. ani h :any ,,n- Proofs are to be real. not on te h fo i P an.
Pensacola JournaL -xpr:nn s~ tr fall.- :n n :.,..r:. ash,.- f..,,:tt.. l,hrs ,r-a ,- r,1h... thei ls u w.paer dl,)artthr. bitl tl ha ,fn, s, .- Partn
__________a 1'.k I l:ght~s the w av- by
---- I-:ht-_ ,T way .y .. -" ',,r i ,' ,, "s,,irgr of the r ht y. tr u the ob department. Suitg es- Ocala Banner male a -ta ger in "*'u
Sir Henry C~ampbell-Bannerman. i e'!,,r- to* n *w di-.,vr.-' :n th,. I "Myfr:- l.ds. while, w .eartn .'. ,,r !,,:iv, tton, are to be nmadte and receive,. ,iirecrio^t. hnt -s'ron as ,he Nesteor
who was one of the most famous of wor!'t 'lf spa,.... The' corul I'u.l,.r ,i'.-, j ,.;:irtren's .h'ilren f'.>ret tho -,,. Mone- is to be colie(tei, ,tet)ositeIt wb n h<, is ,on the right Si>t* ,!' ia
Etglands prime ministers, and who armil .th. fabr. ',f h:s ^ ur.:.,. j :T:o.::,:-n,:;,.rab ye:irs. \', rojoL, that our andel pai'l out. Company .i to be e- questiAon, he fell down so i:t :;;y *ti
rilnsed his office several weeks ago, ..t..- ,:si d:^stl..s stand ore:v--r. the[j in. acdtr,,d country i. a fn unit- re-rtained. Patronage t>s to bttr solicit- the mar that we reaLl f>hr 'rr.
OB account of his 111 health, is dead. andl g!,>ry if the sea T':1 a,,ro- -",. and that se.,..'i.,nal hatred hal u .e. The local colu:.ns UIUS" b- s5, L. for a giant - Mr. Asquith is th. new premier, | rtaut f'l'ls to earth, bult s c'lenr.'. 'ah- pisse. away. Pt-r:Xit us. in behalf or, ouy kept up. and to do which r ,- refctsal to ,lnn,<.'rv epos hin.
==,=,,-- =.-ruig uI, his* chart, det .-. h,. h s.,r'n. the few vure':vtng \erans. and we be- quires a certain amount of mix:ng -Peacola .ourn:t:
The Ice plant at Gainesville was re- and. reaching outward. flaunts her ive, with the dsancti,)n of those who and n,-mIi,- i, t, pop'e en th-' The Journai editor has ,'re'e4- a
ceutly burned to the ground. The bann.-r in the pathhwxty ,if th., win.ls. .t g,,oe, were th-y living to urge ,uc' streets i ,izzy pinnacle for it.sef and p'.r'h.,..
Times-Union says that the loss was ant flashing through th. .ir anit whis-i 'hildren *., be faithful to our .-unit.d,1 But nmore strenuous. atlt perplexin.z ,:pen .t h.e inust f,,j at tirs a Hr
S2Sl.(K0. whicb was partly covered by p,'in^z through the, sea. the .,etr.cianr countryy and let none ext:'4 in loyal than alL the pay roll mvst be providd lonesonie. Spea ..n, of on- of th .
lslurance The Metropolis says that se, h:s sgnal .n the shore and al! th.. citizenship. Guard as bet yoa can for evr- Saturday afternoon. Au'! famous characters in Enl:Kt- h--r .
the los was $2500. covered by an in. \h't,-w inged ships ,if rrae., no-t!init ycur constitutional rights, labor to de- thi_.n too, the machinery- and pair Macaulay said thar h was lik, th..
sirance of $1000. in the p,,rt. leave an angry st.r, tj'xel.p our resources, till with care and hill. ^nr h, ho--d .fr.. o.t :.; high moinratn peaks which ca:t.h,-,.s

da,,i e its fury on an ,,mp:y st en-rgy our ,fertile- sil'. eucate y)ur" electric light bills, the gas bills, the the fir-sr leas of th nmornin sun
Editor Stoneman of the Miami "W.. are told that rdvolut.,,, d t .Ir,. n, and -,,,,n very soon. our telephone bills, the water bills, t whkle the vaIlev below are vet in
News-Record. continues to call Editor :mre than overturn dynant th il b n hr f rrr i)ry. an Iwood bills, the life anti fire insurance u tygain darkness. The Journal ouht
L'" gle all sorts of a prevaricate'. triy emnipirs-they im ull.t charct-r 't vh,-o t aw h.. ..-r r.-,- ..... . ..-,t t t ,-i ,, ., .... ,..... ..-. _

sd says that at the expiration of the
present administration !Edit.r L'En
gle will fade fraan ',e (Ih cf journal-

John D. R,) f t..' r-, -
grevsive and n .. r',' ..nt citizen;.
of Ocala an ,Id f*i *) if :his tditor as
as vwell as f 'i n J-nnings Pryan. is
a candliktet for delegate to the national

and develop nations. And as th- li-t-
bors of thet. sea have creattt-,! c'.,nt:In.n:-s
and the turmoils of tl>, lan,! ha'..
brought forth mountainsn, so. the '.i...
less %,a'es oif war and th,. voic..,
shock of battle have p -,l.i i';i'1-i
W-.th ,ct'anmcas of thought ani, plant-'
white capped Ap;penins of ruth a'.nr:
the sh-,bros if human prgr.ss ani, di--
VtlpI nti t.

I1... ...- .... .. ...... c ,j % I h lls, make their regular visitations.
y-'ar wag, ill w..nir a h,,r )prosper. There is no let up) to any of them.
ty'" Then. too. printers are not always
Th--... :n-r:a-,a e.tren:Ase ,I, no.t steady hi their habits, anu the me-
k,.-, ir:lamnel th. bitt-r )asion.f's f chanical department must be looked
-tar. b',- :; i d'r-.t;y to fan th.I- in', after.
r, no-tf: V.. re:n.;.ring ,nly th-. When we get a printer to thorough-
;,jr. '-:-...ri: and h,.rorso:: f thiost. tirnm, ly understand the making up of the
ani r i paying tr:)u'.- to th-.or, w b daily ani we-k!y forms, it begins to
: -v u:...r h- gu lance .f ,, row monotonous to him and he is

uv--. L .- .- ua icu tv t .:-c i'i-J y tl &lilgnt as tOi
be alone. It ought to eitscen! to com.-
mon things. The Ocala Banner ar-
ticles which seemed, .:o pitiful to the,
Journal ,diror was just written fir
common everyvay folks to understan.
and to tNhs class thevy sem to hav-
penetrateel the bull's vey. We ha%-
one letter written by a viry ,istin-
guishei, everyday citize-n of the s';ra.

convention from this district. Lt. us. And Dr Nunnays -h. 'ur t-, v country .r.atrr and son off seeking after vwr if n,)t in wicf he says that th r)ala n
all v,,te for himn for he is a g ,,od ma e u. t r u:. tia er b'f.er.' greener pastures. ati! e -nInwral.. \.
:-Punta G- I rda Herald. ,.-ss :ne...r'i,tl Iday. an rnak- Then we arp asked : "VWAat ake noric, tkoo, hat th',' arc'il.. ,.
-Punta Grda, Herald. and a rhythnm antl ca-.n.. ws run-,. .-srn., ,s a harbinger of ... ly- or head so white"' nor rpr in the .rnl
.rnng through :t that crr.- ),h !ii a.t'._% t :sn, aid lhhre.
Mr. Jhno W. Burton )f Arcamdia i ", T t an T ake a long story sh,)rt, t. e-, -* o -
a candidate. fo)r delegate to) the nation- al-,t,-.,h. tor of this paper arises about, hal' "
Me bmrers c,.gmeih.v -.',un' V g ,. ,:,.
al democratic convention at IDn\,, ap'.ri?.. tfe :. t Members ot congress have had (c- past five andl retrires from half pa-t S.-rg..:-'.'i' F '--.
sou h.,rn x% '..nih,,,-ed'Sh~n. (Sitc, the bills to 0 )ro)ib .;t ten to tw,, e s Ev,-,r nightrat 10 an! ,
He is a rising lawyer a gifted speak- I""I t- f',, ain inc trnll, pa 1nbt o ; 1. !'{r \
.-r. and if hlett,-d will d., full hfi-:.r- > -" i" 1 Ani in rain co o a povt iith dir'm cnin h ., ,tmake--up, o -):" 1 -.
to the .,ssitin.N Mr Burt.,n i< a grm, -' :: f t'- '. ', ',.- tn' future del. ,v eor-, pr'ios- ih t firmis n whrn h, r Ti s to h s "" '" t. :. ,-. .
,,,f iv rsity oif i ,, ,r in-o ,J l Bohli's offi cia,1 'm: (" ic is in tho)rLn-,I c rio ,J
u-at,. ,,f :}.. l'n ,.rsityv of PI'lrila.. ,it: t "!',,, :),:. .t :. ,,c '- e,,r: ', :- '- m " '" ' '- :::-" = " =
I o.,d... t : on That s. j, ch T !:..ir in :in .
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M' (,u< .Morion madet a tour of th' 1 ,:, | a! ioi: aT' ii .1 i li.. ; - -
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-After Other Treatment Failed-.
Eczema in Raw Spot oun BaY
Boy's Face Lasted for Morths-.
Cried with Pain when Wuashj


"Ovir baby vbe" 'g.-lilt .
er'zwma on his fav-. wh-n -n*.~- .-.
old. One plato -,n lthe" imwi. 'i4h,.fo
tho iizo -)f a DwkC-i was rum &
steak for thr~i,'m-wifs. sri -.-
cry 'oit wh-n I h~theIvqit.- ar &,r'*-
Wer0 ecrle arl1 briw~n *tI c~av,
thne mo fnthia' t,.a1mrrn-r &
do eror, tE'i at th~t eno! f 'a '~.
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th~ankfl f, r vl-wat V( ':- "I .
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A PMAY AT "Ilo AND SEEK we have misquoted Governor Broward CDT IM EMIt I T LIGHT'S PLATFORM
44 SVwfv w a He. Puli I at all It was to his advantage. It I- ALDCL I IW. UIL ISl Reddick, Fla., April 22, 190S.
Him Out d Puttina H intu n I you. dear Doctor, who rnmlsunlerst,)ol -- To the Editor Ocala Banner:
SO a tin the G vernor's remarks. n,,t u-. an Candidate For governorr of The reason for adding another plank
ie. ie.Fla.. Api ..ar na we ht Fo vr to make t -O to my platform is as follows:
eH.n HB H MCre r jr var.i o)r anyn --el:- ,f I Florida Th census report of 19,5 says that
.ar Sena Tir McCar-aar -.y,)ur edi- hI w ha-ve wri~ton c r.w-rning i- i No faction, machine or ring brought there are 265,0w) negroes of voting age
arn nath Sun Ctraary Urt etd 1ti-n P', h. t..I.] the- plain, unvarnisi;- him out. He came out as a candidate: in the state, and Ocala has 9:6 whites
tri.ai e un o the 1st inst. t,1 d.ru an] if it inj uT th- g,.rn ,c alone and single handed. He will be t l.)P blacks: Reddick. 4o to 167:
SaBrMard and. the niversityid. it is n, .t ,,ur fault. W, ar n I.glad to receive the support of the Flemington. 112 to I7TS: Cotton Plant
I am ure., t, a miuieritann )rn rting any caniila:- fr .th- . corporations, of the anti-corporations. 197 to 1S6; Romeo. 27 to 2:1; Camp Iz-
y..ur part rath-r than t.- any desir.., an W.ul. n, r rt t.1 "mi,,,ut.nj "!the prohibitionists and the anti-pro ard. 60 to 17S: Shady Grove, 58 to
t. injure G,,,-rnr Browarni but. un- the g.v.-rnr ,r anvn el me in )L r Summerield 46 to 142: Lak-
lp 'rr eted. thin editorial exprt'e- to aid any candidate now t 32he Weir, 15 to 48; Graha4 vi'le.o 105 to,|
.int l w Tfainjur n. a int m n f a, r a.-t e f,- i To T u uste yurp own w.,rthts. t ear59; Salt Springs, 46 to 44: Fort Mc-

illd' an nn.c'nt manu a.i,)s tlaa I kn'\v Tnrp.s^ uh ycrh wills d coy, 61an t:- LkTW.GLTa oe 132: sorstang Spins 71n trO-
amBunt inJur. side from the fact li)ttr f t pr-Pe .-, trt all canli- Coy, 61 teo 132 Orang te cSprings. 71 ato
that it i an injustice to him. iatl with abicl ute i airn,.oe and lpr tie 6" A Linadale, 16 to -: Citra. 89 to

In T h-i \, o n- i ntor a y o P tlis au ] en- ia t- snd it a bs a no bjetp l en- s oa n1 I.;o t. t e g n i e t e u l c n n in ~ r f r s h o a d w r h
In thI edit. srial ye.bu pui-r h a eir- i,',Pul)l0 say wh,, win their juigni-"nt. can 128, Anthony, 124 to 7ot9. Martin, 31Ptor
cular lett.l -n n whc-e npit-Lily I.
ard in havtn aid in his recent i, h that H H su s i',REPeY. 119 to 161; Pdro, to 6 Dunnellon.
-lie kne.w when he app-o-nr... L t
"'i~. kn- hen e a p.,i. '-I ::,.195 to 161; Candler, 27 to 4:"; Spare.
bard ,f ,corntr il that t;ain,-v'.. HONEY WITHOUT BREAD 37 to 87: Eureka, 74 t 63::Lvon.
,%.,uld g -t I!',-, l'riv r.-'*v.'"t : K n rik -
to 6: Kendrick. ',) to 126.: Martrl. 66
',,mrnr .nting upin tit. d-n-:., y, T1he An:.orican flie-t, now und,-r A,1- to 170. Fairfield. 74 t o 1,,"!. Total.
i, ::irai Ti,,a,. Cmpr:sing six, eeu 2764 whites to 45,,6 h!ack-.
Th,. un i, surlr -,l '; ,vt-rn.,r im.m-ns-n battl4-shi. ,. with anr ag rt, Reit4lick registered in twtj ,ays 12
,r .,A'r d.-n '.-,f havirngg .a.. th.. gaT- crew of thirtren thou.an,:nion- blacks to one wlh..ire. Ocala on The 1,tb
'a:.-nYent. a* i-as* in su.hutaz1A.-. a*- to say nothing of a h )st of collier-, had about 15,) whites to 1. back,.
trib,-td ,I-) him. He (.~ra. ,-:- provision ships and t, rT,,.,o boats -i, Fairfield in two days r~gisred 31
d,' .r.r d t (r.,te t: .-- i:nr-,-i,,n att-ndane g-is nov 6 -,I alonlg on U blacks. These voters are not re-i,-
h ,' h,. kn.. h,,w h~ ...... :-t-r. ,-f th.- g'o1 se-;rowtin jl' rn--y. which wi., tering for the fun of th- thing. Thy
I ,.r. ,,f ,,ntr,1, 'v,)ul.I vtt,, iL-. h.- snewhat ov.r a Y-ear in diurati,,n. are going to v,)t,, in our elections this
ai.,intd t;,.r:m. g,:ng s,, fur ts : Th- ostn-nsible purpol z f t.s g:et fall. and whenef..r they can. The-
l.n', .,u up;).,, tha', I kn.-w entorprs-, wh ch will C3o-" rjany in. .LB-T W. GILCHRIST above list shows that in many pr_-
Buck King .)ul,l .te f.)r Gainesvill lions of U p.epl s monet b-tore il cints of the county the blacks are
j,iw* au %ell as i knew that Nat Ad- is completed, i,; said et oe a alaracti(.e hibitionists, of the local OP3flists, largely ;n the majority. They pay lit-
ams would v.zte f.)r Lake City-- cruise:" but undoubtedly it is lar-ely the Christians and the Jews and of tie or no taxes. They cost us $10,60,
Th-ro- %%as n.ot in,- in th.- au i.vn.-- intended as an obje-ct lesson to :h'. the gentiles, the "publicans and sin- a y-ar for schools. and we are thor-
h.- aldre-s--, in Gainesvill,% ih.) ouiii other great nations of th-, world. t.) ners." He would even accept the sup- roughly incompetent to control our lo-
t' ,- bi hy..1 tni.ulni..r-t,) d th. g,,v- impress them with the maznitudt- port of the Pharisees. cal or other governments; therefore
,-rm,,r. art] oall -r. surpri.zd tt h~ar !our navy. and instill within them th,- The corporations cannot do without I say that the non-tax paying and ii-
*t. "'iak, it appear tha, proper amount of awe awl rs-: ," the pCople, and the people cannot do literate voter should be cut out.
.. .a- friend in th. which such a magnificent naval wi hout the corporations. Neither L. S. LIGHT.
titr: f.,r the ntv,-rsiy. tacle should inspire, should be allowed to oppress the oth-

.Nr-% 'tnal 1r. I knsw v.)u w-oul'l
irit.ntional'y d-- aryv man an in-
ju-ticv-. thp-refoore- I am !aur-, that yon,
rin:'untlors't ). ed what Governoar Bro)W-
ari ".A 4Th..- re-ason I am s,) sure, if
*,iiitthat that par: -ift he-g 'vt.rn~ir'-
Sh ro-la: :ng !'ti-- nivt-rsityw
~. itmt anti ally a r-pe~itii-on of a cinover-
'-j .n had %N" i n,,,-a sh,-rt t ,r i r

*-rT, or that ?van r y of 'ur I.. sk- '.v -u

na- An :*I'au- 1I -

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p.- ad r'* .-~:. an h n-m-s*: In. -

*ne't.*. .pun:..zh h-~-. f-
r-sc ir s-.-':*: lut t!;i: -urii k

g.- i in th.- !n.:r*- 4 i ;.z bargain.
t 1 q %661t.I ..f" lutr peoto le L).Ii-v-
L t it- hH.i ni.ii1.- "u-h a b):trscoi~n. ar
~.*1 t~iII.! ~ !r i .- g.wods. 'th--y w )'J

T'hv *'n. .-':-I tla,,lt.hkno.x
'tithe.- -!- 0 'u e-ling, b-Wit
I----aImat A! e 'Ity groqm ing out
-f t1w nivt-r-w 'ls.aio.andithen
%#111" -in t.) a ju!st about what he
.1in his Ht at theis court houu~a
~.f--%% h'ur' Iat.-r h-h%~as: Thia
!:- "aI % ws-A f-sr Lake t('iv an.1di-I
-.s:11 g-'-44i fa.*!L. t!,_0t.f lht-had 'l~~
*a in ~ at-r r: 1ath .%ho v.e-"h
7:he.- lin alsos-siTntina RKar.i of '.'on-
-*' had1 c-.-r,:c: ly tlies-n ho tsfl. an.]
h., I tri.-d t-'. ti, f lr 1. w ti-th ie -
7-Anti Lak- 4 'tty vi' hile guarding th.-
-nT#-rq'-I !% -f :h, state, that ht- ha-l
ri, !"n sg-%"erni.-.Ib the mattt-r of I by
I' '% *-r--!*yI ws- itn in a;p-'intinizOthe
1; srl .4tC-sntor s. anI i hort litsaidi
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Anii all this pomp, c.rennony ani, C.~.i iptali i uO"aUuUeu, iaU[- aUUUtL mUI ana wagon Tor Saie or Ex-
'the enormous expense of this g'.)oli- organize. Change for Lumber
trotting social junket, merely f ;r t:. Th- licnse-tax licensing each lit- One pair large, heavy, sound mules
purpose of maintaining o'reves t enterprise should be amin led in and good two-mule wagon, new. Will
purpose of maintaining owir-,, iv o,- .1,-Wl
a war footing before the w,1rsr. wl,,_ order that taxatiun should bear more sell for cash or exchange for lum-
I be. lsoseon-hand 30-horse pow-
the people look on. applau-l, an.i i vnly ber. Also second-hand 30-horse pw-
dtentally foot The bills' This w.- i I A:-ic:o XIX o: r consti'uin pro- er steam boiler. C M. Carnm. Red-
uncomplaininy.: in The in'- r-t ,,f vii *- for '.)-,'a: option. The qualified dick, Fla. 4-3-im.
war: whi'e the -eaceful arts i- '.a a. -or- n,'Io- the governor approve -
isiedi-stricke::l by the hUiher. 't: ': '" t) co)nr:,tu'i nal amiend:nent. T
ench of "",--iness .iepr:,s-in wh: -" no- on .- e recently y consruct- I W IILL*
the h- m cf:- fac!- ryis h->-he' a.id -"A w)ion
th- whirr of -"- l. ,'i is u.ti:e,. \-He con.nrenc-i life working i n P A Y V Oi.
vhile ho,:- onan is of en," r.,am ti- Q':incy. Florila at a salary of $15 If you have on hand to sell, or If you
streets in enfree i :.11ien-tss. a: ; rn tontb. an, oar.ied himself. He are thinking of coming to Florida
Whose humble I petition to ie --.r: ;has himsieif b--n a hard-working, to make it your home or if
ment for eniploymenT is answer- -trl.ing man ani he knows wat you desire to invest in
ti !t meaOF in"olhpr-.n-onTH-, has n-vtrr !ar.1
Sa blow of the policeman's cl:h an i t- it means in others. He has never marI any kind of Florida
* curt invitation to "move on. "d He has alway< had obligation-. Property.
The casual observer might P 1 ,I His life has ben spent more in SEE OR WRITE TO
- to remark: "Surely, if the -thoughtful consideration of other p-o-
to reniak; .IuIHI, ifONtSON
States government can exan 'eni e ucc I l.than of hinims:f. He feels sure he YN TN &
Svast sums and emplov so mnanv "holi- will be elected. "if he gers enough H L in d N & O
- ands of men to maintain itself on \vots" He does not propose to trade REAL ESTATE
Swear footing it should be equally a off a single office. There is honor in Ocala, Fla.
* zealous in the encouragement of th being governor. If it is tainted with
i pt-aceful arts: as in time of war dishoir'- he doet- not want the office. *_0 .1:*0 0 _._00. 0 0
country is largely depentlded upon i M. ARDAKER IN TAMPA

industrial population for the -uinit:.-'n
anid supplies with which to nia:ntai:.
its armies in the fie!,. W-e hav- n
merchant m."a:i:;,. no great na:liona'
highliways, as have other co'unrres:
and th.- inland waterways of rhe, coun-
try are saI!y in need of att-n'ion
Why, then. should not our governrne-nt
which is so prodigal in its -xpentirure
for war miea.ure-., be able arnd wi'linz
to set these idle men at work at peac-'
ful avocations, relieve the present it,-
dustrial distress, and accomplish son-
of these much needed public in, ,
ments for the upbuilding of the na-
tion "
To the above query the wise t?
statesman and the plutocratic press
would reply: 'Impossible! Thea
would be paternal' And think of the
graft there wou.d be in !* The gov-
ernment may safely and wisely cor-
1ict its operations, but as for entLa-
ing in indiu.-trial p l.,r iits:- n -%.':"-
That is a field which can properly n:
,e exi;hlit,,d ytv privaTe ptlTe:';r -e'
.All e'e is pa!ern lismn' M,:I-a vh:l-1
ih'e \\x."' f:'," sails t i:er'', .,, an i '. ,
at -Ti.a i- of pta,, i t, ; -, i . i'. f .
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Mat. \.~.a 1:-wi.- nre he -)I~
Ltt %r:nI.:i~ 4Q Mir' I-,Lhasb
*s.~--ap -: er..instI *!)take
NTh.- :u iitg~r'.-i -f h -'i'r'!;!- h
:r *-':len Thsna whagan- i
H Br-ovra, s-rttarv and troa.--ure-r )f
smpn .an.,g .:nic over the pr-sp-4
ort:t; ,'~ If kh l --mpa.y er- t av. Th v~

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Wil; e Ru!-'n~ng in Thirty Days

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Hot Stove-Cool Kitchen

How do you expect to s.
dure the brodling day of
Surnmer ,f y,.I prepare all
the food over a glowing cud
You need a New P'ertec-
non* il (MStove that will
do the cooking wnhu, -tML-
ing the coo)k. It cune.vn-
truaes plenty of heat under
the pot and ditfum little
or none through the rtv)mni.
Therefore, when tWang
with the

Wick Blue Flame 011 Cook-Stove

the kitchen actually seems as comtortale as you could wtIsh
it to be.
This, in itself, is wonderful, butr. more than that the "" New
Perfection" Oil Stove does perfectly e.erv-
thing that any stove can do. It is an :deal
ill-round cook-stove. Made in thr-, -n'ei.r-
and fully warranted. If not with y.ur
dealer, write our nearest agency.

a substantial, tmpg-
ly made ar.d hand-
w ime lamp. Burns for hour with a 0trng,,
mellow light Just what you need for *vse-
SIng rding or to light the diaing-room. Ift
^Ot with your dealer, write our nst *Am4'.

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We are constantly adding new ac-

counts, and our business is increasing at

a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also

might be glad to join us.



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Our stock of Pickles, Olives, Tamrns, Jellies, Canned Meats,

You will find it

an easy matter to get your lunch for any occasion

if you will call at our store and let us help you.





Everything can be dispensed with but the cup of coffee, we


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V I Iu, U^O, ,l -lt I., -- it, oe U llun T" "' v, ." "" --
&ve .. L uU1 eileview-M.lay 11. at night.
anywhere, and a patient. respectful n. l 12
" Candler--Mav 12..
hearing of every aspiraut tor office' oss Bluff-'May 12
from constable to \,'ruor. and .M-os a 14_". pnc.
among other things not to be forgot- Pine--M.Nay 15, picnc.
ten M. L Payne will twbe there with his -Ma, y i,. .nI.
_.. ..... ..,. u~ala-May 1^, at nlgq.
wings bathed in democratic thunder.
.L Ld^e^ ;;72: ::7 CAMPAIGN COM MITTEE.
Come to Pairfield on the 1st and have CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.
a good time one more day of your life Mrs. W. D. 'Wht,;t,,n, "vno has b ..n
wbetoi- You are a candidate or not. Iso,, ill f,,r ,anv, ..ks. while v.ryv nmuli
Mr. W. G. Mayo. one of our valued better for tho past we.k. was n<,t ,
citizens, and brother to Mr. F. C. well v,,..;trlav.
Mayo, died on Sunday the 19th inst.
and was buried Ib Millwood cemetery WANTED-Fifteen to. twenty-five
a Monday afternoon, where a large head of cattle-Florida wire grass
stock 'oyilv". Cash transaction. and
COm e of his fraids had gathered, must be cheap. Address S. W. Petty-
Mr. Mayo had been in poor health for wy. Dunnellon. Fla. 5-1-4t
a king lime, and while his death was
unexpected his pleasant face will be
uifssed from our streets Coming
hre from Georgia, his native state, NI l B B ED STALLION!
several years ago with his brother to
iagage in melon growing, he had
proved himself a splendid citizen and
neftgbbor, always ready to help every
afeIn distress. We can say of him
wht can be said of but few of us:
He died in peace and without an en-
May the Lord sustain his bereaved
retives through the trials of life and
roaate them in heaven.

I respectfilly announce myself a?
candidate for the office, of sheriff of
Marion county, an,1 point to my re-,
IoiJ of more than twenty years' resi-
dence among you as my justification
in asking for this office at your hands.
If elected I promise a faithful perfor-
mance of the duties of the office, with
no friends to reward nor ener-ies to
punish. CHAS. Y. MILLER.

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

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

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

For Superintendent of Public Instruc-

-POITND xYTERD TR To the Voters of Marion County:
'The luckiest day of my life was A L 'A u L iY 1E. I hereby announce my candidacy for
S I bought a box of Bucklen's Ar- the office of superintendent of public
mS c S alve." writes. I Regstry No. 1850. Vol instruction in the coming democratic
of Tracy. California. Two 25e. boxe '.,9egisryN. 1880. VoL V...
cured me of an annoying case of itch-1 THIS CERTIFIES, That Jas. 0 primary, and respectfully solicit your
M9 piles, which had troubled me for H. BEATIE of Rosendale, Moe. support. I have been engaged in
Tears and that yielded to no other has registered in the Register school work of this county for the
satument." Sold under guarantee at 0 of the American SaddleHore u0 greater part of the past seven years.
Things & Co's drug store. m dB, rdt Association ofL Lui- ,,and have carefully studied the condi-
S. CAR...REE.VE SAPPOIT* ville, Ky., the Bay Stallion, tion and needs of our present school
NI Foaled May, 1899; MarkingsI e .-
nited Sons of Confederate Veterans: I None I hereby announce my candidacy


For Tax Cc-;:e-tcr
o t the !,,.:crcrai V. -r f "o '
Co iaty:
I zpnoi)nce nmy -If a., a : .t j "
r r,-el< .-tion 'o t .:- ,tf,. .r:r
1id county tax Ce c )r,. aiin. 'h-
rtion of the doeocrvtic prinmir0v o'*,
ay 19. next. If v'loct.id I tpr(noi.-, TO
ve my best serv-ces in a cel-tt ,s il T
anner (as I have in !he pasrt ,) rh-t ',
isiness administrations o .)f the affairs t
the office. iiia


In compliance with tho wish s anl
requests of my friends. I respectfully
submit my name to the democratic
voters of Marion county, as a candi-
date for the office of tax collector, be-
lieving that years of training in the
same line of business has qualifiedI
me to fill this office acceptably to all
parties. W. D. GRAHAM.

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

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

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

To Marion County Democrats:
I wish to announce my self as a can-
didate for the position of county com-
missioner for the second district.

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2I06 Cor. Ocala Banner: --- --
A ot.^ 11t ~maer: oFor Representative To the Democratic Voters of Marion To the Democratic Voters of Comml-
After having all the unfailing signs After an illness of several weeks at. t th rees or a nmer o o ty : M
At the request a number of citt- county: sioner's district No. Marion Co.:
his omeIn hiscity Mr Hery layHaving confidence In the purity of
S rain, the clouds have passed anl his home in this city, Mr. Henry lay zens, I have decided to make the race life. and rectiouden of character of ton. I announce mys a candidate for
te dry weather continues. Some of Gates died at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday for representative, and solicit your H. W. Long of Martel, 'la.. and being commissioner fr this district, and
r wehe oiu. ome afternoon. support in the primary of May 19, satisfl'd that he is eminently qualifie will appreciate your support :n
the ropsI on pine land are suffering The deceased had boen a citizen 4f 1908, and will greatly appreciate the to perform the duties of county Judge coming primary electin.
same. W. D. CARN. (of Mari.n county. and if .lected to W. J. CRO PY
bM thoe n hammock land have not our city for the past eighteenn yeas that office h-. -would in a pain'%aking, Citra Fla. March 12. 9',
Muered so much. The crop of beansand of Florida for thirty years. He respectfully submit my name to manner faithfully an<- i-nartially giv,. __---
suee omc.Teco fbashi..n undivi~ledfhi dtime ~ir w.i t).tt 'n..ig,-.a'imuni tra" oivn ht eodI .
wl be short, especially on the pine vwas a native of Houstn county. Ga.- the voters of Marion county as a can- ;ntino- hix ed ti'i'at'nsi l B'lvn that y record In '
wil be snortespeially on the pine ..... -didfe or;h; e-ilatre s"."-%tN
lad, and the crown bloom of toma ..and was about sixty-fiv. y-ars of ag.?-. didate for the legislature, subj ct totak- pi.-isure in n,:.,:n.%,1i:g ,'-n as a ministration of the ,tti' of h- c,'),
x, a me c,,wn--.He was a nipnho mer of th Marion the democratic primary of May i9. I candiibtt, f,,r rh:t ,f <'zuj,,t r, tv commissioner's office ha' mwt with
toes Is not producing any fruit. ButL have no platform to make or pledges the action of the -nsuing ,le:nocrat: the approval and will r.ce've the Ir-
perhaps in the long run, owing to a I (amp onfederate N-terans of to make, but submit mv claim on a primaries of Mari.)n conty: dorement f h eltor of .r
ort rop vegetable men may receive iy. and took an activ- inter#.'t in t,' citiznsbip of 25 years !nI Marion coun- iged-W. R. M. D., John coun th anno h.
abot cop egeabl me ma reelv T ew H.A.LFl- rt, John M
s-orL m _uch beteut oler me~n mao r~e~t !,organization,. an,] on --v-ral w, cas.ion ty. If elected I will pt-rform my duty T. Lewi. A. L. F l .r r. Rih n aM
0o much better prices for what they, I ,, P HNn n y v M. R1 honl*
-" to tho best of m- ab'l't- for theMatnP..Nri..M.Rhr-
bet hp te myb t ,nt as a (-elegatt, tO th4-annual rin bet"Slln o ". '.n. M. L. Payn'-...rn,,. T1. Brooks, M in the .irmar" to hel, \la" 1,
fre able to ship that they may be .et- .h iin bestntrsts of the contyofIarcn:ch, R. as ar.ia f n
ions in different parts ,of the o, ui!h l y, T. W. I Cri- n. F W\. ilch, R. \.
ter off than if everyone made a heavv ns i (erent .art .h ouh and state of Florida. sey C. C. Prie<. term In the event ,f nv nri,,'nt.t 'n
9p having attended the me. ings at Ri.- C. L. PRTTINER. | T--- Aant lection I pronLi. a "'ahl t"
Mr L. S Liht made several 1 ingham, at New Orleans and at For Tax Assessor hare of dll ,itis artnIn -
Mr L b Lighlt made several d
SRichmnond. I am a candidate for the legislature Thanking the people of Marion fice. Resp.'tfUly.
abImnents last week and is shippdng .. G e t in th subject to the rules governing the county for past favors, and hoping I M MAT!RE"
ore this week. i primaries. Platform-Less expenses: tkat I have merited your further sup-
Mr. J. B. Devore showed us one ot ga regiment and was in th". civi warequal and lower taxation; as we o10 port. I respectfully announce myself am I .. r ..' "
frfinest lots of wax beans last weok m the first batt of Manassas until not ned th- literate. non-tax paying a candidate for re-election to the as- .-- N '-
the suqrrender at AplTo-niattt)x. and at. Ir --ssn ,, of.. ..
the -"eslosowabenla e"rstw wek render at App."mattox. and a" citizen in our election business. let sessor's office. ", r. ,, ',n ,f ., r :,'."
that we ever saw grown anywhere. ation of hostilities h-ld th F him HT AIRED AYER. .-in pin.:rv \!
They were grown on his hammoclk I '; "cu't him out. L. S. I .. G'.HT. .*,',* I.: '
._, _., ^ ,-.,,. ,T : rank of lie-utenant, and was aliavs i ____i ,. .. ..
farm west of Reddick. He is ship- I am a candidate for the ofce of .. I an I 1 I r'* ( *
ping them this week. faithful and effic.,ent ,oii,.r To the Democratic Voters of Marion tax assessor of Marion county. suhj.. c'i ... .* *
The Reddick Junior High Shol His -ath is very mu :LMnt.t an] County: to the primary of May 1.19, 1'. I have I. !I \l \M
T_ High.. .... S ol.-av-;s one less in tht nipiiv thinning I wish to announce my candidacy had two years' exp rienoe in the a.- --
closes on Thursday, April 2., one of n for member of the house of repre- sessor's office, one year in this o,!rn T, '. B-r. \ r '
the most successful terms in its his- rn.fphr -su e d sentatives at the coming primaries ty with the present assessor. The -x r -..r ', N,
tor', followed by a picnic for the pa- ':r"' trugle. If elected I shall do my whole duty perience I have had in the office anr.l I !-,t ... n ''
toyfolwe b r. Gates leaves .4a wl and sixZ toward my constituency. re-ardlt.-:s of 4
irons and pupils at Orange Lake on hMr. vi:s.lea a h:hw and sP toward my antters. regards of e training I have re,-ived as a ..-K fr ',n. r ,, .l,. h,, '"
. .. .. chil~lren, igzk: Mr.e. Eula Smih f Pw- Pronal matters, epr for years ,-a!i'-e- me f-,r th, *'o t p ' "
rrFday. Our people perhaps willneyv- c r n it WM. GRIFFITH, tlitj f of the offi f anl *j : o .., .r l. .
.. .. ... ,rsvi'l.. .:t." Mrs Era~ha Smith fl .. ;:.tl,.tios t o ffi c,, a n i I w t n, ;r, m ,r -,tr l.rir '',
er realize how much they are indebt- M r' iDunnelloif, Fla. you a nat and aec'irate sar ,:f ),()' ":.. 3. .o, ,of the i!eol,'ra(' Inr l*"
ed to Miss Ruble Hawkins and Miss P r at. i'
....- ...-. VWashington. D. (C.. and I la. Dovie an I I herewith submit my rame to the I ask !our vote. at, if e<.etd "1 .-,n ., n My '
Alice Himes for their faithful. patient I consideration of the voter- of Marion 7ive my ENTIRE 1".M, to the ,.vo,,!w ',1 I r ; r-.. '
. ... Paul Grate-. o,, this tcitv. "-.. r," ,i .-
aad untiring efforts to give their pu- county for representative in the Flor- .f the offie?,. Y,'ir proper wil r,- a nt n ,r, .. r, ,
T h," fun..,ral ~ ,.. .,r- .. ,. -,. '-t. ,.C .a ,., ... r ,," l. n ,,,I, "
Pik every advantage possible for tbeir Th fnra sv h d .a legislature. If elected, I shall ue- ',Av e niv p a!rs orMa at r ni, t t ,
-- ,. .. J\MIE-q P. PI1II.I,!P- V ,' \1.', :
advancement. Perhaps h a tiay afternoon :. : fend the principles I have always r' p- 'J *1,r ,P PI'AIr I :.
advancement- Perhaps ,there may "t ." _..
e ee soe. the residence, and th bv I- t -' resented-the interest of the pro luc-Member School Board
a ,een some dlssatT his olf haine t Anthnv f,,r int-r- er andi home-builder-the genuine cit- For Member School Board
so we are not aware of it. However. t izenship. Will appreciate the honor To the Dmocra'i \o-rr of Sooo! '
"' ,n R e,v. ,- ,f t o'. p the hig e d ,.,. of a pr c at o I ~r i ~ ~ e s ) s r e X .
who ever heard of anyone teaching a! .. to the highest dree of appreciation C missi,:nr's )istri' N. ..
..hoo.l wh ee evro e asati n*tI hrt lm; ',rniic;, te,'! t. ,- i,:,,, Io.. ,. and be true. even at the cost of re- I take this noehhod of nanr:, o .,nf
&Cnool were everyone was satisned'i ... .... 1 '
I.. Th- ,pall b.-ir-r ., r., j.. J. V. n gaining poor. V. L- MARTIN. my canitacvy fur r-n:)r!inaion ;- a
we have not seen much of our ca u-.. . i l ,,-r iof the r, ,' l, .,,ir! tor :ha
!Lyles, J. H. Livingston. Sr.. E. T. Xv:- Sparr, F[ a.
didates. but every registeredvoter"seC:Ifl (i)chool I!itr I iIh~i',U' 't!*'I!
g stereI oter iainas. R. A. Carton. J. A.P.itn a.n an I Bottr-. Known to many as ''Pet.r *
perhaps has been receiving l otters .." .. i Stauleyv." I-t) ~i a f tiht',l ;,' riiiir',- ,' r
teUing him whom he should vote for: rL- ,S h',f r!is tic'. Ifn,. ' ,i
SFor Sheriff is ai rns ti.nk I i
i the primaries. This is so much bet- ,'- or eris o a ia I v -:l1 1ni. rh i v,-- fr ,.
If y ,,u ,!,,n't thi!:K '.,' To th Demo cratic Voters of Mlarion ,., I w![l a I)rtci:. rh i:" l,,,.,.; ,r
ter than for the candidates to go, County, Florida: ;"-. -r*
nr 3 ,r .anl '\ r ii,.x r ,,.r r," Y' r'..X' or.\i
around the country, stopping the far-' I hereby announce that I will be a k.
mor from their work while listening 'candidate for the office of sheriff of I ann.,unc, mlvsI,'. a (.,ili!at. for *
.. ... _" ITINERARY OF CANDIDATES Marion county in the coming demo-m re-electiom to) the ottl'e, of sc,,o'. ,)':- v -
to them telling all the good things in critic primary of 190S. mi.si,.r or h, r disrrit.
favr.we op, oweIr :cratic primary oif 1908. fo1'~I~! r ton1t, `r.! district. !-il)- K
their favor. We hope. however to tton Plant-Ma I respectfully solicit the support of j(ctr to the ,temrocr ric pr i:ary to .. -
I _C"otton-Plant-May".
meet not only the county vcanoilat,,-.. ." t n ithe people of Marion county, and if N'ld May 19. 1 1,. I fce-l v,,rv e rat,-
"" zm~' -D nnellon--Mav -4.;,t night. ," ""flf~ h st ,.- ,n ,."i h
a n d s o n -, e. d tO.h s.ee` p ed g e a n h o n ,il+'u t o s p " n i n t 'J j
but those for the state offices and i- elected to this office I pledge an hon- l fr the sppr iv in the
.,___,.... .........1Sparr-May 6. p icnic." st and impartial administration of: I).-;t. in,! if n ciia( wnrk ne,,.-. --.n
atonal aspirants at Fairnfield on May IcIntoh-Mv 7 the duties of said office, your a',provvI v.!! ap;pr.i'i to Y,,,rT
1st. Every ex-candidate know s w hat .- R e.p ctfllv 'vIr a_) in t' e!', ., in rh ,, ; r,
...... .iate ,iio~s wh-it Fienmington-May111 c. I :c. V liN -. .
a basket dinner at Fairfield means--I T. JOHN 1.. GAL.OWAY. naryy_ J01" S. (RANT',' \M.
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afltsa-4 'rd.t-r fo-r 4~' rt .NOTICC
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horo*i n mnfl1Ve-d. I %*- V, Y,4-4 M t S,,:*, v '6
a nd J a m es 4) J..,in.44 n. he. arnt *-I,,# Mari nr,'
are he-r.'by rteajur.'. fd T *. *e 7 t. i( *'. ,. -I
bill o Of ornPlaint f~led In 'ht ~i I -- -
or be-fort- the- 4th lay of July. 1)e*3a. "1 4*
It is turthe r ')rde'rvot U t h... *I'tI -A
thl.- *'rtlr b.o L'ubli"he'il -fl--t-, 9"V.-'4%. 'A W. v1
for e-ight cs'ns.-coitlvo, S..-o-a t Ihe. r' *' rs' 0-'4 L, twoaP% ve
Ocal afBanner, 5aflcwspai-e'r LIh1Si-10 tt.7 he&*,a ?* 09.,.'-
in 'eail (-minty ;ml 5ittt!- 11,11f Mary K 'f' an I ha r'
Thim *-'8th day -"f April. 1,A11% Whit- t 4.1.1 ..

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In thp C~rcu-'2 'l-urt of !he 44 7 Iq-

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Each Pero e" ~rwmgto have hio
namre printed on lhe primary election
ballots, as a candidate for any row*-
ty olfCP, includting a membrsrof the
WitiIhttilr'e Moist file WIth rho chair
man of vh.. county ieobtu'rT'Wr ..1'lW
tivecamnofltto'v on or hwfVir- *the o 'th,
dtay of Aprftti 1 14he ~lf#te 4ifon
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(Continued from Paage Four.)

feet; you wove cloth to warm his body.
and gave blankets to the needy. trust-
ing to the God of battles that our Con-
federacy would live. But the fat-d
day came. and ycrur hopes w,r*- (aaq1-
ed. Though vanquish-,.i, y.u ha..
ever striven tl, prs..rv., ti,- h r
d*-ed, of the Confederat.. sodie- Y....r
after y,ar y *u have ,hserv,-d Tim..,r-
ial (lay and {llact'd uion hig grave?
breath U tP h,,n,,r his n,- ,ry. YOu
havt- gi'vn him the Conf, .-rAit. (r,,r.<-
of hon,,r, and as on*, after an<>th,.r ;:.-
y.,u follow him tV his last r-s:ing
;pla.'. Pard.n rfar..nc.. : ; f -x\ ,v
ag \\," n v,+ hNN, a-t ,.:'15.aI T a pay
tribute, t a d,-c,'iasL-d and Irav. (. -
rade, our hearts were filiel \ith veon-
er4 iin wvh-.* p sa\\ y.o'. 1,- I .Y i
iitt -,l and i.. re< i.r- ii,-n;. I ;..::ring
n.hl.-ns gallant od, soldi. r..n A ii..\. y ,I ,'
trtted that enduring shaft of grn..-
i:. and caus4Bd TO tw placed upon its
apex that artistically chiseled m.irbllt-
statue of the Cnf.-,drat,- se rti,,l.
with fitting and appropriate lnscri:'-
t; on. to tell thotze who will hereaf:.2r
come. and yu are gone whereA dnlw.-
dvkIl": your love fur the ('Conf-.d.,-ra-e
suldi-r and your loyalty to the pri:.:-
ples f.)r which be fought.
United Daughters of the Confol-tr-
cy of Dickison Chapter, in behalf of
the Confederate Veterans of Camp N.,.
56. we gratefully tender y.ou our sin-
cere thanks for this beautiful nimu-
ment you hav- s. affectionately giv-e:i
In memory- )f the Coi.f.derate dt-ad..
and those who soon will fellow. W.
praise you. we bless you. and be-
seech our Heavenly Father ever to
abide with the noble women of our
south land.

Miss Vivian Dame. one of Ocala'.
bright school girls, and an elocution-
1st of promising ability, next recited
an original ode to the monument.
w-hich was written for the occasion i't-.
Mr. C. E. Foy. a s.,-i f a 'in;..,l..ra:.,'
s, ldier, and wh i -ss,-ss,. *he r.%a' I"-
etic tir-. Miss Dam,,'s r,(-:t:t':,,n -<
this pio,-nws \ a.- s, s, sl-ndtid :a. s!i,- n 'ii
s mu'.h fir,- and :,.. i:,m i : t .:
she receivt-d mi.-,re appilaus.' htl,.n ay -
,of th,, sp-.,ak,-rs -f :' h :iv. In. f :
veterans was s. plas, d \i: ii i.-r r..n--
dition of th-. , I1at h,- '. a: t V-.,-ry
<' ,n f,'erate \,',tear ;; ,,uizlh "., ;a\'-
he-r photvralih.
Th,- fill ,- ing is ti0 r -*, : :
We meet neathh so':thern sk:es of
Where men are brave and woniei
Our knees we j'res to southeTn so.
And raise our \o:ce to Nature's (G'.

To humbly bei that He will f" e
Our heart, from uncharit',
And that He'll teach uw. ev-ry or:-.
To say: "Dear Lord. Thy will b

Twice two scort y,.trs have l,:', ',!
Since our homes were sweet b!y ar'-
fierce b'ast.
Which left; its scars on souh-,n
Yet time its soothinf- !a'nm i." -;,':

While w, nin\ei! this o nio;nvit.:'t,
To show ( our l i \ we aTre ': t
To leave to time ani Nat"' s -
The justice of the south's lost ,.a:-,,

The harp's vibrations surceas,, brinz-.
To southern heart s from lmemo:"--
When beauty's fingers brush its
In praises for our noble dead.

Again we meet thee. stalwart braves.
(Thy tattered flag triumphant wa\',s)
Rise up. transfigure,. from your
Rise from thy lowly bed.

We come with garlands of the bay:
(Nor pine nor cypress bring today;
Our homage at thy shrine to pay.

Crosses were also to have been be-
stowed on Mr. H. C. Gates, Ocala.
James Freeman. Belleview. and Mr.
Earrn. B ,ardm:nan. The former wa.q
Sk and uniti.. :., tI. pr.-aent. Mr.
Pr ..-.. ;. ha- di-d ?-, in nakin his a,-
; .ii< ,;o. ani Mr. Parrpr. xva unabl-

':r. Hi-trr.s. in :n'rrr lu-ir.g Mr
i'wga--r. sa,: d that -" ,va-a th. \"v!
,-' of ,i. Ei.v irl I liti -r. w hi-., 1, r.
c. t, c -.n Ip;: .tU.> p .ir in t:h.- :i\-:
s,,ri:. r.- ..:a fro:n : priv.:- :, -.
con',liani ,lPf a r-gimnent, ant w.a- ti.-
.1 ,of hi,- "..-:i. "\ ho, will eve.r ev.'r.
his r _.v.- : ry.
In d :iv.:-ing the badlget-s Mr.- a .:--
:r :a'.- a very bri-f hut tL in
a^-t. ar .A graspe.] ac, c ,:.r.
f '-r -.-:'v by t"- h
A1r.-. 14 a I-L: r - r":A-- l -
b,.au:'ful c,.--.m--nny I.y Mr. r -E M
H ,) \ \ ..r d w h > p lih r . i : : :', ^ .
thile V.--.-r:.-. a:,- by i,.r r:.: ..
E.Ihwar, ; tBa, ..-r Gr^-.n.
M r. I- L. W ar':::t :-. ,, f*r:'.- .r ".- -
b.-r if :.- i.ard ,f :.'' . --. ,-
ers. \\-,,, w\- i;arq..'y ::.,:ru: ..... : i':
having that .iy r- .,,r.. t "-. ,'-
peal of the Daughters for a (cor.tr.:..-
tion. thl-,n s:.,rung a surprrise by V:,--
i renting -Mrs. Gary a hands.'nr s.-K
badge and gold ',Confede.ra:,- pin ir. b --
half of Dii-ckii- ,n 'hai.-r.
Mr. Wartmann s-,k.- %.i'h ea-- a".
fluency and with impassio)ne-! ,.i,-
quence. His remarks in full w ,-r- a-
foll ,ws
Mr. Chairman. Ladies. Veterans andi
Fellow Citizens:
This is one of the most pleasant
moments of our lives when, under the
shadow of this Confelerat, monun;.--n:.
we have the privilege of presentin:,
this emblem to the honored president:
of Dickison Chapter United Dautigh-
ters of the Confederacy-Mrs. Gary.
It is not strange that the southern
soldier won such fame and glory upon
the field of battle when we come to



Shakespeare, England's
bard, says:

"The man tbat hath
And is not moved
sweet sounds,
Is fit for treasons,

no mu


sic in him-

with concord of



More than any other man of any
other time Shakespeare is said to
hnve had L-aentnr init'ht into human



In today's paper will be found the
i announcement of Mr. William D. Gra-
ham for the office of collector of rev-
enue for this county.
' Mr. Graham was for several years
I in the employment of the Southern
Express Company, and entering the
service of that company young he ear-
ly learned the lesson of method and
punctuality. He held important posts
with that company at Savannah,
Asheville and other large cities, and
at the time of his resignation was
route agent, which placed him In the
line of promotion for superintendency
and along to places higher up the
B-sides being thoroughly equipped
from a business oo.;nt of view Mr. Gra-
lham has the additional commenda-
tions of industry and sobriety.
He ha- the still further recomnimen-
da'ion of sturdy antecedents. He i'
a son of Mr. L. M. Graham, command-i
er of the camp of Confederate Vet-r-,
ans of this county. The family is oneI
of the oldest in the county, and is
hizhly- respected andl influential.
If elected to the office the qualirica-
tions here briefy pointed, out is an er-
Snest of his efficiency and falthfulnes'
in office.


My Dear Sir-However much I
would like to meet you face to face

and present myself to you as a candi-
date for railroad commissioner, it is
impossible for me to do so, and must
kindly ask you to allow me through
this method and through friends of
your community or county, to ask
you to consider my fitness and qualifi-
cation for the work of railroad corn-j
The interests and tle welfare of
the people of Florida can only be con-
served by a commission composed of

...... .......... ....... .i men wao know tile rignts and equi-
consider the noble character of th-- nature andi the finer and grosser f o
ii i. ~ ^i ties of the people; composed of men
mothers, wives andi daughters of th- things that impel men to action. So l o the people o. ip s d e
w! 'ho know the privileges, rights and,
south. These blessed women were it goes without saving that be argued ,
S ,"equities of the railroads; men who at
moiiest,-.t g,-nzi an rafin.d. but firi.. that the re-verse of the above quota- equities
1, sstu. all times and under all conditions are
r,.-,,,u.L .. .. ; : r \ h,, v. i-h z:'..i: r .,'- -I tion is also true. ,
i:v an, f : i ,.f h., R.-:-n ......: That the man whose soul is moved ready and willing to concede to the
who bucleld on The sword ani .-Lave' and inspired by the melodies of na- transportation lines in the state all
lt r,,r r to hr cX. c.,.- t:re, is so co:r.r ct, that he sees and every privilege, right and equity
Maa::. ir behal. of D'ckison Ch..,- the ralanr and not the grosser side that beiougs to thbem. or to which thtv
t r Iniz.d Ikaiho',r s of the Conf-!- of things, is unfit for reasons, strate-are or may be titled by law or jus-
eracp. I pr-s.-ut o10 yu This ok-ii Y4 g.,-ns an:! spoi:s,. twice; composed of men who k-now "o
Lt,- b-,in th,'-i r',n 'ro'd ,retsi1.,n: to'[ i W., ^tuan front Mr. Martin's writ-what thle people are entitled; men
thirty *-n y 'ars. aver s:nce its or,.'iai- IInIzs under the I -o.riqitet of "Peter ,ho know the powr. authority and4
)h ; i i-ei r ir nee S-aniiley," tlhit lie worships at the scope given them by law and justic,.-J
ings only 0 ,n oneT ,, 'c1s5t Yo-Ir shrine of the sweeter, livelier and anti who will, to the extreme limit ofi
Y*)a uti f& 1 'e *s a:i e\a:n',e i an !'i- more rmnunct colorsr, and no cloud such power and authority, maintain
spiration to !).* w"o.:'ia:',)4 Z111' ..a' .i- is so !:ack t,'at it has not a silver to tie people of the state, without 4
h ,od of o :r count:, May vo:r ii,-t lining., sentiment, without prejudice, without
be -pared for mlany years to coImb' lie loves the song of birds, the bleat hesitation, delay or vacillation, all and
e, v.;. with .e caught *r-. slia.iof lari:bs and the bark of the watch- eery right and equity that belongs,
ever k.ep green th,,e graves of our ii-1dog anl the imius'c of the chase. The to them, or to which they are enritlel
lu.tr-ious dead an I :each the childr,'n'grcsser things of life have no charnis! -nothing less and nothing more.
the true story of the rise and fal! o, for him. and in statesmanship and What we ne-. what we want, what
the Sou"hTrn ('ouifedi.racy. \Whi. living he believes in the hi zher stand- we are entiteld to, is a ready, a safe,
we,. ;-e sons of h-,.-e veteras. w'-r., aris. Iu rapid and a cheaper transportation
not per'utdittei : !'iatsh:l ;;nier rhar Mr. Martin has been editor of sev- or nov:-iiient of our .)-rsons, proper-
e'lovf, nlag,. let :i:e tel- y,1 n that\3. thral newspa;)ers. both in Florida ad ty, products and supplies.
shall always kee, alie th., p.inciple- Alabama ant e:isdy achieved a reU-j I want to be railroad commission-
*or which h the\ fo'u :. t taTion liv he ltuity and force, of h.s er. and feel that I am qualified tor
Acctipt th.s lailg nor for' i:s ,.."t.,-ri: I i'ru:C. rio:s. He has been the office by reason oi long and con-
g. I 1 He b tinuous contact an,.i experience witiL
tr'iii-c value o" worth. but for its r:'" i ir-: ra I r '': n. a farnur, and 'lt o,.c.o a .h ii- xr. receiver a .
ra., irow-t 4. as ,.hipint-r. r'eco-lVer anA,
-.nta" in of a p-rin ipiI. dea r ih e. .,n fo- ': 'h,..i,, la ontined from these; xp-rienc as an e -
passenlger, miy exp 'l'ienlce as an em-'
an.l !o 1, )se w h', delia'd tl i to pr'- a' J:" ";s a. ora.i 'is ..l not go amiss ploye tor six years, my association
-,,,: iU. \\ar, it in retm-n,' ,ane ( i:th hin a' is!atr. anJ contact with officials and emplo).-
*" f Y \ ;.' *\ ', I" < - .s Ma,"';. !on( s to in d01 anrd es, and so often hearing their version
,'- a:. th,. a th: w.- s ....., :- hi co t and of th reasons and causes for danger-
t us oi trak, lack of cars, lack ot mi)-
:.n : ro' \ou" s!'n.r-. t ... -- :t '> tSi .tan r action s. t. e power, inability to procure aud,
',-o ,.: inio r .') *:, .a-i,: e,, i .'t c.ari','r wi'l b-' iriba-ni- control labor, cause of wrecks, l.sse.-.
t i.y I : l:a c.tu<,-I th.ni,' o 'I"f in t,,,etr- a''.-' akin to the falle damages, shortages and overcharges
thi- 'Tk-. (,f i "ilt' 1 ap" Y,i'. ti." ... > : .''. i in ,eo,'.ia. on shipments; my long and contain i-
and j l o:. ous association and contact with con-
ao*luarers. dealers and producers, hear-
ASHER FRANK aig their troubles, observing thtir
Mr :-'ry r., ... .- great need of redress for wrongs don,'-
f,,: i., a v o',i,,. "r.-!'nu.,u- \::-i ,.* ,- Asher Frank. whose announce- them; ten years' legislative expert-
ti ,l \, '*, v1 t':Ia.:.' f" ,'! a [;"- anh't; ai'ears in another column for ence: was a nmemb'r of the house of
~-uh t v:h niJ i'd anI:-z- r Presentatives 9.1s1ad10
ucli, oy :h,, ki: n.-- az,! #1,i,: y ^the office (f supterintenient of regis- r prese ativs 9, 19l and 190,
,i, , I -. * /^ i was a member of tibe senate 1905 and
th,. m,,,r ,-f thin. .Utr-, r.. traction. is an Ocala young man of ;was anter of te senate 190 5 and hpe
1 9o7. Have voted for and helped to,
'.nfedra, v splendid business qualifications. Dur- pass every section of the railroad
The, beau.fu! ,.(r--n.:.ns \\-. r :-- ing his many years' residence here he commission law now on the statute
e1i lIv a b.i.,di 'ti bn l -bt' H. t l;ar- has male a reputation for progress- books of the state. I could and would!
nett of thte Methodist church,. 1t- iveness and honesty of purpose. serve with honor to myself and wi-h
beneficial results to the people and
pr.ayt .r w\a- f,rvnt and he ,pr., ,un- \Vhile he has never before been be- every interest of the state.
ed the, blh.tin&. of H.-aven upn th,, fore the public in an office seeking My experlttce and contact with
renan: ,of gr.tv-hlr.l v .*.ra.s ',f" capacity, his constant use of printer's I railroads began in December, 1stT.
a.ne us-. anmi a h-ie hct,: ,n on -ithir ink in his business has made his name From then until now, a period of for-!
Sdek ,Ia bernw t t county.I ty years, there has noi elapsed a con-
tl--*!l'iants better known throughout the countyll ^ ^
t tinuous month that I have not hadt
Af..r the bene.-c;:i.n the band pIay- than man,% persons of twice his age something to do, some business trans-
..ed. and th- school wh;-r.> ;.:i ^ho have resided here all their lives, action, with some railroad. As a pas-






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Stands for Tkest Prxipkes:
Control of Interstat Carer*urbyIae.
Cii.meree Com iinees.
Favoer lacem. Tax.
Stands for Tariff Revision..and Bsoosefeeso
Florida Farers s ad Fru it Crowows.
Duty en Egypdan Couon..
Gsvswut*Aprpr~iatos low b eebse,
Wooad *Iwmn mad Wwgnways.
OYpseem to Trusts aed all MUS.ii.
Favers Curroeny Moernu

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Ocala House Millinery Parlors

Our annual Spr-.;.g Opening was the bett anid mo&t oti,-
factory an the history of this establishment. and the many
satisfied customers is a spltntlid inlication that the* are
also well please-d. However, a large number of ,our Prt-
tiest Pattern Hati are still here and th,* w io havy. n,,t
yet been supplied will do well to ,'all and, l-t : *h,%W thi.
line. To) describe thee that n i-it tt,,-,ir)l, ;it, ti n mna,
space, but we a,4 tihe lalie tfroni i: ,f '-. wni .*'( Ia.1I
to come in and inqp-'evt tht rn.

Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick

Ocolo House
Opposite Court House

Ocolo, Flu.

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WE are better than ever prepared tt, furnish the
people of this part of Florida it h I I igh rade
Jewelry of All Kinds. Our line of St.rling
Silverware, Cut Gla. Novl-tit.%. (;,old Locketp. Brace-
lets, Rings, Etc.. is large andt varied, and nmutt be
seen to be appreciated. Then our
is also in shape to ive t h it. ,,it -t n *h-h rt
notice. None but experts ', t: i i %htn it
is left with us. Give us at trial it % v-itt not already
serving you.




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have been some dissatisfaction, but if
so we are not aware of it. However,
who ever beard of anyone teaching a
school where everyone was satisfied?
We have not seen much of our can-

the residence, and the body was tak,
to his old home at Anthony for inter
ment. Rev. C. C. Carroll ,tf the Bap
tist church contlucted th,- cer,-nonif
The pall bearers wiro, Messrs. J. V
T.vl .T J_-1 T.ivirnt'ttn .Sr E. T \ Wi

didates, but every registered voter .am R.. A_. a t.o". J." A. 1.A.t...n
... llains, R. A. C:arlton, J..A. ittman ai
perhaps has been receiving letters H i. C..l.. .
, . A. L. Eichelberger.
telling him whom he should vote for
itn the primaries. This is so much bet- f ..nt think Phil .'... s -. ru
,. t... If vo'(U donl t tlhIIk lPhil ips" Isq ru'
ter than for the candidates to go ...
.... .. .~ ]rllg. fr answver ask your ntlnDhbor.
around the country, stopping the far-'ning. fr answr ask your neighbor.
mers from their work, while listening ITINERARY OF CANDIDATES
to them telling all the good things in ____
their favor. We hope. however, to -, .,. ,, o

meet not only the county candidates
but those for the state offices and sen-
atorial aspirants at Fairfield on May
1st. Every ex-candidate knows what
a basket dinner at Fairfield means-
one of the best dinners to be found,
anywhere, and a patient, respectful
bearing of every aspirant for office
from constable to governor, and
among other things not to be forgot-
tea M. L Payne will be there with his
wings bathed in democratic thunder.
Come to Pairfeld on the 1st and have
A good time one more day of your life
wbeth* you are a candidate or not.
Mr. W. G. Mayo. one of our valued
citmese, and brother to Mr. F. C.
Mayo, died on Sunday the 19th inst.,
mand W tried a Millwood cemetery
a Monday afternoon, where a large
cW of his friends had gathered.
Mr. Mayo had bees In poor health for
a long ihne, and while his death was
expected his pleasant face will be
missed from our streets Coming
here from Georgia, his native state,
several years ago with his brother to
mgage In melokm growing, he had
proved himself a splendid citizen and
seighbor, always ready to help every
m In distress. We can say of him
W et am be said of but few of us:
He died in peace and without an en-
May the Lord sustain his bereaved
relatives through the trials of life and
unite them in heaven.


k-:UI t I riaiL t--.ay z..
Dunnellon-May 4, at night.
Sparr-May 6, picnic.
MclIntosh-May 7.
Fiemington-May S, I irnic.
Pedro-May 11.
Belleview-May 11. at night.
Candler-May 12.
Moss Bluff-May 13.
Lynne-May 14, picnic.
Pine-May 15, picnic.
Oala-May 18, at night.

Mrs. \V. D. Whetstone wno has b-.e
so ill for many weeks, while vpry mue

resentedl-thePinterest of the nroine-

r-er and home-builder--the gniect
er and home-builder-the genuine cit- For Member School Board -
izenship. Will appreciate the honor To the Democratic Voters of School : 1- .""''' ". *
to the highest degree of appreciation Commissioner's District No. 2. -. Z: r r \ -
'" and be true, even at the cost of re- I take this method of announcingi I ..., '., ....
V. maining poor. WV. L. MARTIN. my candidacy for r:-noniina'ion as a .,,.. ,.. ,'.
B e n tSparr, Fla. member of the school Io:irl for the 1. r,! I
many as "Peter second school district. I have tried r-1 -
SBetter known to many as "Peter" to give a faithful perfornianm to th, ... \" -v
SStanley." duties of this office, and if :--y In i..h- V '
For Sheriff bors and friends think I have s;i.ce.d- : ' '
F rS eifed I will appreciate th.+ir vot, f)t fr I,. ..' r -.
To the Democratic Voters of Marion ed win appr ec R th.IT tn. ,+f.r+' , .I
County, Florida: re-no___,,, .. .
I hereby announce that I will be a p ." .. '
candidate for the office of sheriff of I announce myself a candidate for : ; .' .
Marion county in the coming demo- re-election to the office of school comn- Y 'v : .
cratic primary of 1908. missioner for the :rrd district, suib- , ... ,
I respectfully solicit the support of ject to the democratic primary to he ... t ...
the people of'Marion county, and ifibheld May 19, 19oS. I feel very grate-1., r .'
aleeted to this office I pledge an hon- jful for the support given me in the ',-.-,.,,.. ".
est and impartial administration of past, and if my oilicial work meets-, nk. *..: .
the duties of said office. your approval I w-ll appreciate your ' ,'
Respectfully, 'v.te and influenc, in th cminnif pri -' ' "
JOHN P. GALLOWAY. mary. .JOHN S. GRANTHAM. V. -. : .;'. -.
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I respectfully announce myself a For Tax Co'iertor .,. ',r* "
candidate for the office of sheriff of I po.the !"emocrati,- Vot-rs, M ) '"-if).-I
Marion county. and point to my rec- County: -
oldJ of more than twenty years' resi-' I announce myself a.s a cal-i;t .i. I ,
dence among you as my justification for re-election to th, offi, of ,t:tt, \ i\ I \
in asking for this office at your hands, and county tax col,,ctor. alitin r i --- - --
If elected I promise a faithful perfor- action of the democratic primary of -
mance of the duties of the office, with May 19, next. If elected I promise to For Supervisor of Registration
no friends to reward nor enemies to give my best services in a courteous To the nnInoc< rait:c Vot r- f Mhr
punish. CHAS. Y. MILLER. manner (as I have in the past) to the CountYv:
) f..-... n ,r.+ ...,i. ,. e .-. 4 .i-.. I h..' 1 anno 1n t 1 1v if as A


better for the past week. was not se,
well yesterday.

WANTED-Fifteen to twenty-five
head of cattle-.Florida wire grass
stock "only". Cash transaction, and
must be cheap. Address S. W. Petty-
way, Dunnellon, Fla. 5-1-4t


h luckest day of my life was POINJDExATER, JR.
wbem I bouht a box of Bucklen's Ar- 0 *
mia Salve," writes Charles F. Budah'i. .. o
Tracy. alifornIa. -Two 25c. boxes. Reglitry No. 1850. VoL V.
cr me of an annoytng case of itch- THIS CERTFIrIS, That Jas. ,
1 p11le. which had troubled me for H. BEATIE of Rosendale, Mo., *
ysr and that yielded to no other has registered In the Register *
_ .Sold under guantee at of the American Saddle Horsem
-ydags & Coa drug store. m Bretders Association, of Louis-
vile, Ky., the Bay Stallion, *
MENT fPoaled May, 1899; Markings,0
lr*a.am s -d5__ a -- ---

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

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

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

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

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Duuoiness auim-inoi sir L-ion oi ino cluciii
of the office.

In compliance with the wishes and
requests of my friends, I respectfully
submit my name to the democratic
voters of Marion county, as a candi-
date for the office of tax collector, be-
lieving that years of training in the
same line of business has qualified
me to fill this office acceptably to all



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

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

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

To Marion County Democrats:
I wish to announce my self as a can-
didate for the position of county com-

ftdm1 Car. Ocala Banner: ---
O r. dals Banner: ------ For Representative To the Democratic Voters of Marion To the Democratic Voters of Commil-
After having all the unfailing signs After an Illness of several weeks at request ot a number of cit- County: soners district No. Mar Co.:
his omein tis ity Mr.Heny Cly ZngHaving confidence In the purity of
d rain, the clouds have passed anl h hoe I thi cty Mr Henry clay I have decided to make the race life and rectitude of characterof Hn. I announce myse a adidt for
Seathr ct s S e ofGates died at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday for representative, and solicit your H l.W Long of Martel Far andberH oingia one f dit
H.uppoLonofof Marte,.Fla.. and commissioner frozs this district, and
the dry weather continues. Some of afternoon. support in the primary of May 19 satisfied that he is eminently quallfe will appreciate your support in the
te rop oson pine land are suffering The deceased had been a citizen 1908, and will greatly appreciate the to perform the duties of county Judse coming primary election. Y
same. W. D. CARN. of Marion county. and if elected to J. r
Wt t o n land have not our city for the past eighteen years, that office he would in a painstaking Citra Fla., March 12. 198
Sand of Florida for thirty years. He ctfully submit my name tomanner faithfullan4i iniartially give-
=ufer"dso much. The crop of be ans dII respectfully his undivided time in Cie administra-
will be short, especially on he pine was a native of Houstnn county, G. the voters of Marion county as a can- tion of his duties ti -,'derign,. ii n n
d and tihe croaw blym on nme pa and was about sixty-five years of ag-. didate for the legislature, subject to tak- pleasure in no::iintting hin as a' ministration of the tl of the Cn
lSands, and the crown bloom of toma th- arion "the democratic primary of May 19. I candidate f'r rh.t ,fhct suIj ct to tv commissioner's office ha. met with
toes is not producing any fruit But, r r e a-have no platform to make or pledges the action of the -nsuing ulemocrat, the approval and will receive the in-
perhaps in the long run, owing to a Camp Confederate Veterans of this to make, but submit nmy claim on a primaries of Marion county: dorsement of tb ecor of Ma
cr.. p veeal .men my.. r i.v city, and took an active interest in tlih citizenship of 25 years in Marion coun- Signted-W. R. C. Veal, M. D., John country I therefore announce that Mi
sbortcro crop vegetableeie men may--,...... receiveeeced T.ll efom m dty es.is A...ELhel rerJon M conty Ithrefr annohn Mha.m
Smech bett.r pht th organization. and on several occasion, ty. If elected I will perform my duty artinPW.M. Richar.d- n e p arv on the tlckt
h beter prices for whttthey to the best of mv ability and for the
r went as a delegate to the annual reun- -to the best of my ability"and for the son. M. L. Payne, no. H. Brooks, Mt r
ae able to ship that they may be bet- Ions ind n t best interests of the county of Marion, T. W. Christian F W. BRich R. VS. as a car.,tlaste for a F .RnV
ter off than if everyone made a heavy ions in different parts f the south- and state of Florida. Kelsey, C. C. Prie t. term. In the event of my n~,natf ,n
QP having attended the meetings at Bir- C. L. BITTIN.,ER. --. ani election I promise a faithful 1t
g.d..... .. d i n'ingham, at New Orleans and at For Tax Assessor charge of all duties attni;ng ,ai.I of
Mr. L. S. Lght ad several shi in Richmond. I am a candidate for the legislature Thanking the people of Marion fice Respectfully, ...
shipment last week and is shipping Mr. Gates enlisted i the 11th subject to the rules governing the county for past favors, and hoping J M MATH WS
more this week. primaries. Platform-Less expenses: tLat I have merited your further sup- -
Mr J B Devore showed us one of gia regiment and was in the civil" Waequal and lower taxation; as we do port, I respectfully announce myself i am a caiit. for .,ni ',m
Mt r Jinet otsr of wx bans lsot weok from the first battle of Manassas until not need the illiterate, non-tax paying a candidate for re-electi.on to the as- iner from itiT N
finSest lots of wax beans last week noL addt. o eeet~nt h s thate e sa enas the surrender at Appomattox. and citizen in our election business. let's sessor's office. n, lhc ,ci-,n of the ,,..rttc ,'T
theALFRED AYER. aA om. in tho primaar' of Maav 1'* 9"
-teY were grown on his hammock the csation of hostilities held th- cut him out. L. S. LIGHT. _A RE A i pi r yI
"Iey were grown on his hlammock ..-. ....____tE.,a' ar:,t+sl(tta~
farm west of Reddick. He is ship- rank of lieutenant, and was always a I am a candidate for the office of f am
Redc uioaihSh l~ etht an e~cln llt Yhr d'tei'. arf .'ah~,t I", ....t i n
ing them this week faithful and efficient soldier. To the Dem(ccratic Voters of Marion tax assessor of Marion county, subj-c! th Tg di J Hr Hih is death is very much lamented and County: to the primary of Mav 19. 1908. 1 have I I M \(?*"
cleddck Junioriaes one less in the rapidly thinning I wish to announce my candidacy had two years experience in the as-
cloes on Thursday, April 23, one of for member of the house of repre- sessor's office, one year in this coun To th. D,,rocr:t:, \,,r. r- .f "
..... .. ranks of those who served in that .....
the moat successful terms in its his- ran sere in sentatives at the coming primaries ty with the present assessor. The ex- rnitioners Iis rrt No 1
tory. followed by a picnic for the pa. memorable struggle. If elected I shall do my whole duty perience I havo had in the office and I herv anno, ,' r v a. t ,
trons and pupils at Orange lAke on Mr. Gates leaves a widow and six toward my constituency, regardless of the training I have received as a bok for memh r of th, hoar, of ,'t.n
.... children, viz: o rs. Fula Smi h of Pow- personal matters. keeper for years qualifies me for the commissioners to represent tht, fhrtt
FV'day. Our people perhaps will nev- ersvil, Ga.; Mrs. Em Smith WM. GRIFFITH, duties of the office and will in-ure 'ommisoners ditrict. subjet to
er realize how much they are indebt- Dunnellon', Fia. you a neat and accurate set of books. he action of the democratic prlmrnv
e4 to Miss Ruble Hawkins and Miss Perry, Ga.: Mr .C7laude Gates af Iaskyourvote,_and if electedwl '
Washington. D. C.. and Ida. Dovie an I herewith submit my rame to the-aTivourvoTE and f ele d .,r ,lctd t wl hollon,. Niy ,1,0
Aice Himes for their faithful, Ipatient consideration of the voter- of Marion give my ENTIRE T-MI to the wor l ie t m i-
ad untiring efforts to give their pu- aul Gates of thsty county for representative in the Flor- .of the office. Your property will re-at ntn an.i w'k th tst '.
pm every advantage possible fhor their tThe funeral ser-vices were hold i idaf legislature. If eiplected, I shall de- eive mv personal att-ntion. S ts of Marion c,,.runty., '
ahvenrymdnt e p osshln there i terday afternoon at 2:3" o'clock frni fend the principles I have always rep- JX ^\MES P. PHILLIPS. ^ ('..H..r on-
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,Oiiate for the oflI registration, sutjec't to) tht d'-o r.a
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will perform the, dulty to th( h.-t ,f
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,date" fr the ,fi .. if of iui,.-rr im',r ,*f r,-oc
istration f,,r Martin '<,unlTy. -uij,-.,'
to the a .tiin ,of tl ,. il,-ttirwtt, ;or,
diary ,,f Mtay 19th.
Re pect fully.

In the Circuit 4',,urt Marion <', John R. Williams. (',,mplain.t.t. v-
Charles W. Whit.. e .t al. I.fepnl-.
ants-O-rdr for C'nn.truttl.v S. r
It is o)rdere herein named. to-wit Jame-. M Arniti
and James 0. Johnon. be and th.y
are hereby required to appear to tho-
bill of complaint filed in this catme in
or before the 6th day of July. lie.
It is further ordered that a copy rtf
thMs order be published once a we *t
for eight consecutive we,.ks in the
Ocala Banner. a newspaper publlnhld
in said county and state.
This 28th day of April. 194t.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fi.
By H. B. Foy. Jr. D. C.
0. T. GREEN.
Complainant's Solicitor. 5-1.

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida. in and f r
Marion Couinty--ln Chaney.
John R. Williams. Complainant. v4
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It IN ..rdqervJ te'thieI ,p 1tomfilaose
h-reinn rm.4 ?v'.,wif the Trvvsw0
Inpuiranco Company.a*IWIb s
*7e the laws "4 the state.f 'RSitl
lcut. Mary K foryy&ad 'hsrirviW
White. biv andithey eave %#..wby rmP_
04 to appmr ternthe boillIf, f *" t
filed In this vatine -n r .-y bet r, W,
day. the if" -sy -f June I"
It Is fiavthor o*rdiie*41that &ivp
thug i'r'd..r hbe posliahoe ft rF~. f.u'r evs
sfe'-uttve woeke t n the 'sq-ale tmosp.v
a newspaper pubilt'ispij in gali eqwMo
An-I atate.
Thlim 1?h (lay it April 19"
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name Priated GOnthw e Pr ri .O&W
ballot s. as a e.Jldt*1 for Y 0%
ty OUce. including wmbvmh Of d
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Man 0of the County 4ewueWutl'eSOW*
tlhpe oomldttaon. or bvf'Wq9 the 1011b
tflav of April. 194,%M hts n-O#3cv of can,
diffacV. AndI app~liatl(PWIntoha'ehMs
nari' e 00 printed. aerom~ante-I a thaa
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feet. you wove cloth to warm his body.
and gave blankets to the needy, trust-
Inc to the God of battles that our Con-
fhderacy would live. But the fat-d
day came. and your hopes wore dash-
ed. Though vanquishled. y,,u ha-...
ever drivenn to, preserve the h r:,
dteds ,of the confederate e soldie- Y .-r
aft,.r ye-ar y >u have observed i exnmr-
1ll (Ly. anal placed upon his grave?
urea!hs t,, h,n, havw givtn him the Conft.e.rat,. crro:
of hvn4,r. and as one after another .i.
y,.u follow himt to his last r,-.,ting
Ili, ,-. Par-lon roft-ronc- t,, a f- w .lays
,,. \~.'-n hadl as...nbl,-,? t,, pay
iributo. -, a dt.-c-ased and brav,- Comn-
r.aie. "ur he-arts were fihed with ven-
*rt i ,.n wo snVm-.e y, ., l(d ly yuir
g ':..ii and hi ,n, r, vl iresi(I,-n, b'q;ring
.n.t.l. 'nI f l.lve to the- t,;tlal ,f that
aillan 1 ,,1 s->'ddir. An t i,\\. y ii lav
r.*-. :.d that enduring shaft of gr,:i-
'.. and cauw*d t^ be placed upon its
apex that artistically chiseled marble
-'.tu.- of the C, i'h flying and appropriate inscrip-
i >n. to tt-ll those who will hereaf:.-r
com*-. and yvu are gone where angel's
d(-l!. your l, \-t for the Conf--d,-ra'e
.'l.li..r and your loyalty to the princ:-
pl-, f*.r which be fought.
Ignited Daughters of the Conf,-,era-
cy of Dickismn Chapter. in behalf of

Cross wore a to have been be- W. D. GRAHAM AN OPEN LETTER
stowed on Mr. H. C. Gates, Ocala. -, LT
James Freeman. Belleview, and Mr. In today's paper will be found the
Barron. Boardmnan. The former was announcement of Mr. William D. Gra-
.. k and unable to be present. Mr. 'ham for the office of collector of rev-
Fr-..-:nan has (lied since- making his all- enue for this county.
;c.lijon andi Mr. Barron. was unable? Mr. Graham was for several years A
:"> bUc ir.1selt. fin the employment of the Southern ."-.. :
:r. HarriA. in intro,,ucing Mr. Express Company, and entering the .
La',g-r. stat -d that sh.- wa the- wi .- service of that company young he ear- / ....-.
S of -A. Edwar.l Badg4r. wiho 1 r" lvy learned the lesson of method and #,
ch a c>ns.picu.,us part in th- civl punctuality. He held important posts f
strit.,. rising fr.on a priva.- t., th- with that company at Savannah,
command of a regiment, and was th.- Asheville and other large cities, and '
id-l of his wn-n. who will ever ev-rv at the time of his resignation was i ,
his me:n.ory. route agent. which placed him in the
In deiiv.ring the badges Mrs. Ba g- line of promotion for superintendency
r :nad- a very brief but toun- hin; and along to places higher up the
vle,-'i1. arid grasped ,-ach c.vPira! line.
t,.rv..ity by the haind. Bsides being thoroughly equipped
1!r:. Bal.r as ; a-:; I in tY- from a business point of view Mr. Gra-
b,-aut'ful c..-i ony by Mrs. E. M.I ham has the additional commenda- :
Howard. wh pinr., the r,,ss. s .- tions of industry and sobriety.
the v-..rj. anil i. n.r r-:.. He has the still further recommen-
Ehvward Bag,-r Gre.-n. darion of sturdy antecedents. He is -FROM-
Mr. E. L. Wartnann. a f.-rm-r i;.-.-'a son of Mr. L. M. Graham, command-
br, of t.e. b.,ard ,,f ,un:y co:n:i.i-si ,,,- er of the camp of Confederate Vetor- W e K JACKSf l
ers. wh, was larg.-y is:-ru er.'tl i,. ars of this county. The family is one W Uf'1 U
having that body rtspin I t.1 ti. a;,- of the oldest in the county, and is'
peal of the Daughters for a ontriyi- highly re-pectel and influential. ____
tion. then s;.rung a surprise by ,:-.-- If elected to the office the qualifica-;
senting Mrs. Gary a hands.-me si!'k tions h-re briefly pointed out is an or- Candidate for Railroad Corn-
badge and gold Confederate pin in b.-- nest of his efficiency and faithfulness
half of Dicki.s-on Chatrt-r. in office, missioner
,.Mr. WXartmnann sp.ok., with eas., a::
fluency and with impassione, .li-- W. L. MARTIN My Dear Sir-However much I
quence. His remarks in full wt-r,- a-- would like to meet you face to face
follows: Shakespeare, England's immortal and present myself to you as a candi-
,Mr. Chairman, Ladies, Veterans andi bard, says: date for railroad commissioner, it is










q.............. -wctera, vs.t.p .i,,. Pllow Citizens:
W-. .. gratefully tender you our sin- This is one of the most pleasant
re thanks for this beautiful menu- moments of our lives when. under the
m.nt .u ha affectiately give shadow of this Confederate monumnn-i.
In momnory -f the Contfederate dead.
an lorvw thewon fdertedadwe have the privilege of presenting
and thoose who ^on will follow. We ^ ^ rsdn
tfWethis emblem to the honored president
praise -you. we bless you. and be- Of Dickison Chapter United Daugh-
eech our Heavenly Father ever to terms of the Confederacy-Mrs. Gary.
abide with the noble women of our It is not strange that the southern
south land. soldier won such fame and glory upon
the field of battle when we come to
Miss Vivian Dame. one of Ocala'. consider the noble character of the
bright school girls, and an elocution- mothers, wives and daughters of th-
l.t of promising ability, next recited south. These blessed women were
an origirnl ode to the monument, modest, gentle an-l refined, but firm.
i which w as w written for the occasion b' y ," ,l 1 o ,. ho ih thatfid --
res.i'u.."" -' i,1'. *5 r.oi \~,,w o wilh tha~t rid"1-
.Mr. t" 1-2. F,,y. a son <,,f a Cont,.ob ratit, .
l ity an- f. :':itudLe of the Romnan m;ii<:!..
.,l.dii.r and %%li.)wtssesse. "hee real i p-who bucklIed on the sword and, gave
fr. Ire. Mss Dame's recitation ,of, r h roes to th-ir country's caus,.
;i.:- r-m was s splendid and sh- put Maia. i behal, of Dickison Chap-
imu h fir. and in int., i: t!hit r U nited Daughters of the Conf-d-
she r.-celv-d mre applause th any eracy. I prs-nt to you this token Yo.:
.%f t.. sp,..k.-r- ,,f the lay. On.. ,f t. have b their htn red residentst to:
e,-,-n was sm, pleased with hr r,-n- thirt.eun y.ars, ever since its organi-
dt:o.n ,,f the .ide that h,. ai,l v. erv zati. -ni.n ab:en: fro theirnie-
-**f. 'rate tran ouht ti have 0 ees-Yor
,' ,tf..It-rale %it-e ran )u,-ulht-,ha\'t-ings only on one occasion. Youlr
h.r p:o,,otraph. beautiful life is an example andl an in-
T.. fol ,w\in^ is the pom: spiration to the wonianhool anm 'nan-
We meet neath southern sk-es of h od of o:r county. May your iif.
!,lp, I be spared for many years to come
W'h.-re mpn are brave and women j. t-e daughters shal!
i t ycu. with ti-,,:.-e daught-rs, shall
true; i ever keep green the graves of our i!-
Our knees we press to southern sod. lustrious dead and teach the children
And raise our voice to Nature's Go,'. the true story of the rise and fall o1
the Southern Confederacy. W\Vhili
To hnmbly lez that He will fr. e w. lesons of rb-e veterans. were
Our heart. from uncharity, not permitted to iiia-shal under that
And that He'll teach us. evPry ono. beloved flag. let me tell you that w-,
To say: "Dear lord. Thy will b shall always keep alive the princip)le-
done." 'or which they fought.
Accept this badtg-, not for its in-
Twice two score years have pasiso trinsic value o" worth, but for its reI'
Since our homes were swept by war'-I sentation of a prini(iple dear t, yC-i
fre, h' bast. and to those who deleg-ated me to pro-
Which left its scars on southern i,,it- it in remenrrance c:
hearts. fir W i t- your m !-.> t o', s "
Yet time its soothing ba:m in--'art-.' r :i:T atl the cause that wa.: .l:.
and for your suprire-e tff,,rt tihat hi.-
While we ut.nveil this monument. !'.,-o"- into r.-.litv th o( casi' ,
into tb-, casio
To show our leove, we are CO:;IT t tod.y that has caused thm To ,,ff :
To leave T ttoime and Nau' < s iVw- thi. token of aimiration ap:,",i:.ti. -.-
The justice of the south's lost ca:-,e. and love for you.

The harp's vibrations surcease brintr-
To southern bearts from memory's
When beauty's fingers brush its
In praises for our noble dead.

Again we meet thee. stalwart braves.
(Thy tattered flag triumphant waves)
Rise up. transfigured, from your
Rise from thy lowly bed.

We come with garlands of the bay:
4 Nor pine nor cypress bring today I;

Mrs. G.,ry rc-eived this t ,k%.n ,,f af-
fectim in a voice trmulou, s with eni )-
tion. n. hi.t h e:nanate-I fr )m a h.:i 1.
touched by the kindness and fitie'ty ,.f
the members of the Daughtt.rs of th,-
The beautiful cermonies wt.rt- end-
ed by a benedictio)n by Rev. R. H. Bar-
nett of the Methodist church. His
prayer was fervent and he pronounc-
ed the blesings of Heaven upon the
renant of gray-hairol votorans left:
among us. and a bene.liction on their
After the benediction the band p!ay-

"The man that hath no music in him-

impossible for me to do so, and must
kindly ask you to allow me through
this method and through friends of

And is not moved with concord of your community or county, to ask
sweet sounds, you to consider my fitness and qualifi-
Is fit for reasons, strategems, and cation for the work of railroad corn-
spoils." missioner.
The interests and tHe welfare of
More than any other man of any the people of Florida can only be con-
other time Shakespeare is said to served by a commission composed of
have had a keener insight into human e
men WnO know thie rights and equl-
nature and the finer and grosser ties of the people; composed of men
things that impel men to action. So who know the privileges, rights and
it goes without saying that he argued m
.. ,equities of the railroads; men who at
that the reverse of the above quota- al uties a une al o ndiin a
ation is also true. ll times and under all conditions are
lion is also true. ,. .
That the man whose soul is moved 'ready and willing to concede to the
and inspired by the melodies of na- transportation lines in the state all
ture. is so constructed thAt he sees and every privilege, right and equity
the radiant and not the grosser side that belongs to them, or to which they
of things, is unfit for reasons, strate-!ae or may be entitled by law or jus-
gms an spoils. twice; composed of men who l:now to
gemns an~l -spoils. I
We glean from Mr. Martin's writ-1what the people are entitled; men
ings under the Fobriquet of "Peter 'who know the power, authority and
Szanley," that he worships at the scope given them by law and justice,
shrine of the sweeter, livelier and anld who will, to the extreme limit of
morp pronounced colors, and no cloud such power and authority, maintain
is so black that it has not a silver! to the people of the state, without
lining. i sentiment, without prejudice, without
He loves the song of birds, the bleat hesitation, delay or vacillation, all and
of lamnbs and the bark of the watch-' eery right and equity that belongs
dog and the music of the chase. The to them, or to which they are entitled
grcsser things of life have no charms -nothing less and nothing more.
for him, and in statesmanship and What we need, what we want, what
living he believes in the higher stand- we are entiteld to, is a ready, a safe,
ar.,s. a rapid and a cheaper transportation
Mr. Martin has been editor of sev- or mov;ament of our persons, proper-
oral newspapers, both in Florida and !ty, productss and supples.
Alabama. and easily achieved a repu- I want to be railroad commission-
tation by the beauty andti force of his er, and feel that I am qualified for
t.ditorial productions. He has been the office by reason ot long and con-
., tinuous contact and experience witb
i rniad !zent nrnt a farmer, and .raihroad, as .shipper, receiver airn
b.1i" knoiwxlo-,1, he_ obtained from these
h- kowld he obtained from these passenger, my experience as an em-
-ri.'us avocations will not go amiss' ploye for six years, my association
with hini a aI- l'sgislator. auia contact with officials and employ-
Mr. Marti:: 1) longs to an old and es, and so often hearing their version
e:,e1p fanin v in this county, and of th,e reasons and causes for danger-
ous track, lack of cars, lack of mo-
S no mns a stranger amonz us. tive power, inability to procure and
If electe,l his career will bte iibalmn- control labor, cause of wrecks, losses.:
C-, in poetry a'.tont akin to the fame damages, shortages and overcharges:
13Bck-61ev ach:ovei in Georgia. on shipments; my long and contini-
ous association and contact with con-,
iumners. dealers and producers, hear-i
ASHER FRANK ing their troubles, observing their
Great need of redress for wrongs done!
Mr. Asher Frank, whose announce- them; ten years' legislative experi-I
ment appears in another column for ence; was a member of the house of
the office of superintendent of regis-Ir representatives 1699, 19ul and 19003;
is an young man of 'w was a member of the senate 1905 and
traction, is an Ocala 1907. Have voted for and helped to
splendid business qualifications. Dur- pass every section of the railroad
ing his many years' residence here he commission law now on the statute
has made a reputation for progress- books of the state. I ceuld and would
iveness and honesty of purpose. serve with honor to myself and with
Se s n b b beneficial results to the people and
While he has never before been be- every interest of the state.
fore the public in an office seeking My experience and contact with
capacity, his constant use of printer's railroads began in December, 1867.
ink in his business has made his name From then until now, a period of for-
better known throughout the county ty years, there has noc elapsed a con-
better known throughout the cou tinuous month that I have not had
than many persons of twice his age something to do, some business trans-

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Ocala House Millinery Parlors

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

Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick

Ocala Houseol Fi
Opposite Court Hiouse tOcala, Fi*

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Ocala House Wine Roonms.


Stands for These Principles:
Cotrol of mmoerfte Carriers by InSerst
Coimeree ComIami a.
Favor* Icome Tax.
Stands for Tariff BeRision. and Bfle tao
Florida Farem, and Fruit Growo,
Duty On Egypdaa Cotioa.
Ge~~rmIeat Appropripation for HarAes
land Rivwes anod Wasmtw,.
Op e to Trusts nad al l M Us.-
Favors Carreoacy Reolrm



WE are better than ever prepared to furnish the
people of this part of Florida with I I igh Grade
Jewelry of All Kinds. Our line of Sterling
Silverware, Cut Glass Novelties, Gold Lockets, Brace-
lets, Rings, Etc., is large and varied, and must be
seen to be appreciated. Then our
is also in shape to give the hist ot st-i'ce n f short
notice. None but experts hndIlt yveur t ork whtn it
is left with us. Give us a trial if wes art: not already
serving you.







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'I The electric motor ia not only sue-
^, Ufly replacinge every other form
f powr drive throughout the great
hi l- trnew of this county and abroad
a It Is fast abolishing all the old
^L of hand labor, The fact that
4bctric motors are built in all sizes
ft a to one twenty-fifth of a horse
S .wrN, and even lower, and that they
m be readily attached to any ma-
S hime Is responsible for this marked
Ra(. The different kinds of work
wfich are daily retired of these
e a motors is past all attempts at
8inA-a8g and more extensive than
S yoe would imagine. In this elec-
1 aae boots are blacked by motor
Wm ; usmps are cancelled at the
f 'eSeo; ashes are sifted; floors
w -pt, amd cleaned; borses and dogs
an c~ppd by the same power; type-
-mM and adding machines are
v by tiny motors; hats are
ae; billiard cueW chalked; candy
Wi V d; lee euhed and so on without
Wherever a tdy motor can be
Ki to any machine or device
mS rty operated by hand the change
Sbeing made and the result Is that
dy day human hands do less hard

UMU the world awakened to the Im.
mt e of the electric motor, and
AM p elea t a manufacturing
M1 ing as the General Electric Corn-
o and others sprang into being lit-
Se f any attention was paid to sup-
pboktg manual labor with mechani-
S na power. In large factories the
sma machines were grouped and run
W Hl e sbhafts and belts. About the
S -e all the hard work was done by
fm aa hands. The shoemaker, the
S welr, the tailor, the tinsmith, the
I bink', the dentist and other profe-
A Os used foot power to turn the
Ubsels of their small machines. Small
S Water motors, to be driven by water
p ensure from the water pipes, were
M experiment but proved to be too
mKbersome and inconvenient Be-
ides, they could not be removed
o a fixed locality on account of the
w water. As soon as it was dem-
S mtrated that the electric motor
S WM be constructed small enough to
f even the tiny jeweler's lathe.
mall motors were immediately pro-
I ed to drive other light machinery.
| keh day adds to the long list of mo-
i r drive devices for the house office
-nd factory.
L While it is probably more or less
| 'me that "woman's work is never
S^me" electricity has accomplished
i 4_.- towards making her domestic
Imartes easier than any one thing. Al-
Mst the first domestic application
i ( the small motor was to drive the
ig machine This device succeed-
| d so well that others followed in
i b rapid succession. Next came the
|\ -otordriven washing machine aad
I wringer, which was perhaps the great-
1.^- < boon to the good housewife ever
r Melved; then the motor-driven
v chen utensils. Including the meat
S vegetable grinders, the knife

S rpeer and silverware polisher;
-M det the motor-driven floor sweep-
r. dumb elevator, etc. Electric fans
Moe applied to regulate the heating
a"d ventilation of the home and to
f.y the clothes on rainy days.
Artisans, such as jewelers, lock-
-Iths, tinkers, printers, carpenter-
d machinists make practical us-
f the small electric motor in their
1mort. In the theater the curtains hr-
Ufted by motor power: in the church-
ft the organ is blown and the building
-ventilated by motors The new vacu-
i M cleaners, motor-driven, are used
-40 clean buildings, and so on until +1-
r. most every trade and every profe-
M B has adopted the electric motor
as a source of power.
Safe, reliable durable, and the most
| *xible of all powers there is no task
which is too large or none too small
for electric power.
s nWPS rlrkiylVnul~rftrkli A! ti 'i' Di i a ji




The following dodges was circulat-
ed in Lake City recently advertising
Governor's Broward's speech there in
advocacy of his candidacy for the U.
S. Senate:
Of Reports Circulated in Columbia
County Concerning the Location
of the University.
"I understand that Mr. Arch Honry
stated in Lake City that I, in a public
speech at Gainesville, said that I
knew when 1 appointed the Board of
Control that Gainesville would get the
"I don't know who Mr. Arch Hen-
ry's author is-there were 200 or more
persons present when I made a speech
at Gainesville, which I suppose is the
time alluded to-but I will say that
so such statement was made. In the
next place, it Is untrue. In the thrd
place, every citizen of Columbia coun-
ty who has tried to know knows that
three of the five who were appointed
as members of the Board of Control,
together with myself, voted for Lake
City as the site of the University, and
I did not know how anyone besides
myself would vote.
"Unless someone desires to lie as
* a matter of preference, I don't under-
stand why he should continue to
make such statements. Yours very
I truly,
**(Signed.) N. B. BROWARD.
"Governor Broward will speak in
this city during court week."
The Sun is surprised at Governor
Broward's denial of having made the
statement, at least in substance, at-
tributed to him. He certainly en-
deavored to create the impression
that he knew how the members of the
Board of Control would vote when he
appointed them, going so far as to
ask: Don't you suppose that I knew
Buck King would vote for Gainfsville,
just as well as I knew that Adams
would vote for Lake City.
There was not one in the audience
he addressed in Gainesville who could
possibly have misunderstood the Gov-
ernor, and all were surprised to hear
him endeavor to make it appear that
he was Gainesville's friend in the
fight for the University. Every citi-
zen knew very well that he did every-
thing he could to keep Gainesville
from be!r4g selected as the site of the
University, and the people of this city
would feel more kindly towards himn
had he faced the question like a man
and gave his reasons for supporting
Lake City. The Governor has made
no friends here by his attempt to
"crawfish" on this question.-Gaines-
ville Sun.



The thought is full of sorrow;
The good I ought to do today
I may not do tomorrow.
If I this moment shall withhold
The help I might be giving,
Some soul may die, and I shall
The sweetest joy of living.


Only the present hour is mine-
I may not have another
In which to speak a kindly word
Or help a fallen brother;
The path of life leads straight ahead:
I can retrace it never;
The daily record which I make
Will stand unchanged forever.

To cheer and comfort other souls.

People insure their goods by land And make their pathways brighter,
and sea. The custom is of long stand- To lift the load from other hearts,
ing. And make their burdens lighter;
It has not driven capable shipbuild- This is the work we have to do-
ers ana navigators out of business, It must not be neglected-
nor retarded the introduction of im- That we improve each shining hour
proved methods of house conqtruc- Is of us all expected.
tion, nor yet laid a withering blight of
paternalism and socialism upon the I shall not pass this way again;
world. 0. then, with high. endeavor
In view of which we hardly under- May I my life and service give
stand why a proposal to insure bank To Him who reigns forever.
deposits should produce such comimo- Then will the failures of the past
tion. No longer bring me sadness,
The guaranty of deposits, as enact- And His approving smile will fill
ed in Oklahoma or as proposed in the My heart with joy and gladnesss
Fowler bill is simply of insurance. A
very small tax, or premium, levie-1 While politics is and probably al-
upon all deposits-something like 4(O ways will continue to be the princi
cents on the thousand dollars, we be- pal occupation of Washington, its
lieve-would have covered all losses principal trade is news. Not only
suffered by national bank depositors are there more men engaged in col-
through bank failures. Such insur- leting andl distributing news in the
dance would not "put good bank ma- national capital, in proportion to its
agement at a discount." total population, than in any other
Nobody deposits money in any bank ] city in the country, but more news
unless he believes it to be thorough-iof general importance originates here
ly safe. than in any other place. Between the
He chooses one bank rather than activities of the White House, the
another because it is more conven-I capitol, and the various departments,
ient or more accommodating, or for to say nothing of the general political'
some c Riih roenan -ossiD that alwav s enters in the can.

Civil Docket for Trial at the Spring
Term A. D. 1906
George MacKay vs. Hall & Thag-
ard. C. L. Sistrunk for plaintiff;
Hocker & Duval for defendant.
Stringfellow & Dotty Co. vs. Gibson
& Gibson. A. H. King for plaintiff;
C. L. Sistrunk for defendant.
Lang, Swar.z & Co. vs. C. B. Mal-
lard. et. al. R. L. Anderson for plain-
tifft: R. B. Bullock lor defendant.
Metehee Lumber Co. vs. S. A. L.
Fuwilway ',,. Andersjn & Hampton
for plaintiff; L. N. Green for defen-
R. S. Foster vs. Warren Smith. L.
T. Izlar for plaintiff; R. B. -Bullock
for defendant.
Ockiawaha Lumber Co. vs. Ocala F.
M. Works. Hocker & I1' val for plain-
tiff: E. W. Davis for defendant.
James W. Barwick vs. B. W. Blount.
R. B. Bullock for plaintiff; Hocker &
Duval for defendant.
Geo. H. Brinson vs. J. D. McDuffy.
C. L. Sistrunk, for plaintiff; L T. Iz-
lar for defendant.
H. L. Anderson vs. Hubbard &
Hood. I. L. Anderson for plaintiff;
E. W. Davis for defendant.
Georgia Iron Works vs. Grey &
Knight. Hocker & Duval for plaintiff;
H. L. Anderson for defendant
Howard Tailoring Co. vs. Simon
Feinberg. R. McConathy for plaintiff;
E. W. Davis for defendant.
T. H. Keating & Co. vs. Bradford
Lumber Co. Joseph Bell for plaintiff;
H. L. Anderson for defendant.
MeGehee & Mayo vs. Savage Lum-
ber Co. H. M. Hampton for plaintiff,
Hocker & Duval for defendant.
J. J. Parish, admr., vs S. A. Rawls
& Co. Harwick, Farris & Jennings
for plaintiff; Hocker & Duval for de-
Lang, Swartz & Co. vs. J. P. Har-
rison. C. L. Sistrunk for plaintiff;
R. L. Anderson for defendant.
Stauffer Echemann vs. Kibler Bros.
Carter & Lawton for plaintiff; H. L.
Anderson for defendant.
Weiss Echald Segreqs Co. vs. J. L.
Trotter. L. T. Izlar for plaintiff; H.
L. Anderson for defendant.
Northern & Southern Co. vs. Hall &
Pope. IR. L. Anderson for plaintiff;
Hocker & Duval for defendant.
W. W. Clyatt vs. W. S. West. Hock-
er & Duval for plaintiff; R. A. Bur-
ford for defendant.

I shall not pass this way again;

Office Yonge



Gary Block.


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Over Munroe & Chambllsm' Baak
J. E. CHACE, D. D. 8


Holder Block.



Opposite Banner Office





When you want a Stylish Hat
at Reasonable Prices, give
us a calL



craft and DeCamp
(Next to Masters)

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Have a full stock of (Coffins Cakete
and Burial Outfits. Special given to
Burial services.
Embalming tb Order

mw~m m
Rhode Island Reds
Barred blocks
Black Minorcan
Also a few Plymouth Rock Hens, $1
each; and Eggs for Hatching after
February 1, $2 per setting.
Lowell, Fla.

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House Furnishings Parlor Suits
Rugs, Art Squares and Matting In Leathw, UPhel0frd 0 4
Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
In Mahogeny, Birch, Birdeye of all I n.-MU d_ -y and Ol
Maple and Oak. f^ 0 .. lAIL___

Idninaano %oroczwy
Cwwpleft flnhl-O..4r sof m
Odd Plesee

Heaters, Rangas, Cook Stoves
Full Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframel, and Pic-
ture Mouldings. Full stock of

Farm and Turpitinm Waps, Bqglu, Hrowss il Saile
Exclusive sale of the best waffonon earth--the Studebar.
And carry the very beet line of High Grade BuggWe ad Caftimame.

ildinn riok. Lime, Cement. Plaster,
uIIuing Hair, Lath, shingles. rPoints
LaterialI Flintkote Roofing, Oils
White Lead, Varnishes, Etc.
Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.
and give us a trial. -,.We will not be undersold and will ploseo

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Mission Furniture
In all the different finishes

All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Lurtains.
and Upholstering Goods






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Molvor ,, Mooky.



Jacksonville, Fla.





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6M 5.11 un swJT Ater on. after Mr. Stockton's defeat. slating upon tnat, and after Mr. Stock-
this with other papers became due. He ton got the new deed he tried to per-
me down to the mine, the place suade Mr. Sistrunk to destroy the ol
bThe following addre.s was raa.e lv.r v the "'nos,- had laid the golden deed. but this Mr. Si.runk refused t)
tn^ oloig re.KIPe4gg. turned ,ff the cmmissary man. do. and kei.t th-, old deed in his poq-
Mr. Gus A. Morton at the court hou.- '% .T behin.; the counter hiinself. wor- session. These f. cts are easily estab- Ta
W in tala on WVednesday night. i ^')ig day n,1 night over his r-cen't lihe, by Mr. .;ino)r M. Sistrunk -)f
%*:it. I ',s on the ou;.si.- ding al Monitbr.-ok. ho il testify to the
iiwy'*adM.Soko cm \he n \phuicuru i wn n w..ofwl tesf new d heed.
tell. why he and Mr. Stockton came ;.A,.ibly t. would do to .stem tie inan- same. anl hy th,. date of acknowledg-I
to th "'aI-rting 'If thi- ray.<. -. "r.*jbiet- anti k,.,-p hi.n clheerful a.-z n-.nt and r-c~r of the new deed. a
My F--! *o, Ciitizeng $10.000 or even $15.0lI palprs can b.- certitb- q copy of which I have in mym
Fiinosmetimnes taken car,- of. Larg r pssessiol. Don't you want a ar o S that nw
In 1 .M9 I iia< ai .onira," w:-h thk amounts are more troublesome. I did The whde Ipla:it, lands and property you pair O s a you now w
-'owe-a -'ert:li:.4r 2..afa, l/urin '.,-- not know about anything but the )ai. which we had pu: into the Levy Coun- E pa r of w rg dl ei
pany -of (\\v;... (.rgia. to ship o n*- ,lay he call.'d min,. into th, om- ty Phosphate C -mrnpany amounted Si vry pair o s w e regar ssof C, is g
quiebiet .f ".%h: :- i,no.i, i, i.. sary office and told me he .iaw b'ut total to t! e srm -f $32.375, and in sell- -' fl : tif ul pri wl be
phosphate w.or!i as low grade r,.ck. *.i- thing to do. and that was to ,) nin hei sam-1 to the Dutton Phosphate give perect s tsiacuon, or purcas ce will
TIhis rock I shipped from the W.-lsh- ;%1, bankruptcy. I told him that wou' .i rnpany f..r $7..oO we had made a Ca,' you ask or expect i te this?
ton district, about eight miles oui:' "i'ever do as that would mean a sacri- cl'ar profit of $:,9.625-my share one- t you sk r than
of Oc'a!a. I nmade a good margin ati t .i c." f the property; but that if he, f,,urth of whic'h was $9906.25, and of o
the Coweta people wre so) well sati- *:*a so hopele'sly in debt. if he wouli which Mr. Sr.,, k:.,n never paid me bit We have sold Shoes in this store for the past three
fled that they gave mi, m-nre orders ,j agree, i thought 1 could find a purchas- ;i'oli as mentio,,d above. About one lai
fil. That aectinm of the c antry b.-- *r for the Levy County Phospha.- y ar prior to the sale of the Levy plaint to hear from a dissat d custmr.
ing exhausted in the kind of .Aterial Company's property. He agreed that County Phosphate ),Co'npany. I had lopt
I was selling, moved to what was thOn if I could do so it would solve the nmy boy. Mr. S;ockton was at my pla.-e Our line of Shoes consists onl f solidlathr o
known as Standard 1. four mnl- s.,utti ;,roblemni. In a short while I had a dtea! .s,.orly afterwards, and seeing me i oy lh gooo
of Archer in Levy county. n,,w 1;nowri on foot with the Dutton Phospnat-, a very dejected shape, he put his hani us bt by the makers
4 as Eve. where I continued to ship the Comrnpany for the property. on my shoulder, and affecting a great
e class of rock. increasing my bu-,- The Dutton Phosphate Company d..l ,f sympathy for me, to my sur- The following are a few of the lines we are showing
ineus and not only working u;. r' reed to purchase and did purchase prise, kissed me on the forehead. Af- e low g are
In the Standard 1, section, but aso i: and pay to Mr. Stockton. as president ir he sale of the property and I hvrl
the Bailey Mine. or what is getn.rally .f th,,e Levy County Phosphate Comn- demanded settlement with Mr. Stock-
known as the McCorkadle Ho.l-s:.., pany. $7_,000; the consideration for ton. he said that sooner or later those TOP-ROUND Shoes are in every sense of the word t
V belonging at the time to the I) mtt, which payment was the transfer to w'ho did not keep faith with him G ,d man, as they are mad* up to the present time and in the
F'bosphate Company. them of all the property of the Levy punished, and that the death of my .a -s ea nmaCt.paen iiandRt
S It was while shipping this rok th-i -'our.ty Phosphate company y of ever, i) y was a punishment to me. i 12 styles. High and ,ow Ct. atent, I and u
I first met Mr. Stockton. who was o riaturn and kind. iniicludirg all real es- Let it he remembered that during; in wear and appeara nIce to any 5.00 Shoe, olr prices are
trying to locate or buy a dep..:,i .:; tate. mules, wagons and ini'lenm.-nts :i!l the y,-;irs between 1899 until we'
high grade rock (phosphate) for min- owned or in possession of the c(', npany, s-Id .tut in 14414 to the Dutton Phos- $3.0 and 4.00
tIng purposes. and he remnarkpl to, .i.. except the si ick of go-!is in th-. com- phate Company. having unbounde.1
that "you seem to have a good thing mii ary. ""i".h and ci mtid"lce in Mr. Stocktoi.,
in the low rade phosphate business," (On Septe:n;,b.-r 17. 194'- the d'ea! wis I had w.,rked caselessly to build up EVER LA STING are Shoes that are worthy of the
and after discussing the p.i,.spua:, closed, the ,de,-1 was ma !.- out art ,1 the pl;rr an, prroperty. and increase r many pairs that have worn forever a ar Ths
business and the various locali1.i-s. h. xe.".:te.l in Jackisonvill VIaj.. by Mr. ;as 1 tihKught. my one-fourth int-,ret from many pairs at .
told me if I -ould 1,cate a deposit of ';tockto,)r. as ,r. sident. and .o, phosphate that he thought was of suf- down to Gainesville and delivered the v.,t-r- h.ing mad.. on the b,-ggar'y pi ers Tlese Shoes are lot forfull dress affairs. but if v)u
fictent quantity to justify erecting deeds to the Dutton Phosph:.Ite C.m- tance of $15 p-r week. hravy wersk, Vo shual r by all means cet a pair of'th
p hmphate plant upon. that he would puny. and received the money on Sep- I had obtained a loan for Mr. Stock-
give me one-fourth interest in th,. tember :'1, 1904. the Dutton Phosphat, ton of $10.,01) allowing him to pledge $298
ime for so doing. I told him 1 woul Company taking possession on Sep- my own interests in the Levy County,
commence trying to locate sa, *- ti member 22, 1901. retaining mte as super- Pho)sphate Company to help Mr.
onev and if I found just such a d.posi; intendent. Stockton in his political campaign. LION BRAND. for the price ou will fint these the
as he described or wanted. woul.l in- On St-ptemlnbr 21, \ n Mr. I)al,\. when. according to his own statementri. il
form him. l),,kk--j..-r f:or tOe Di'iton Phosphihat, h was witaaout money and could n:.t ket. We have them in 12 assorted styles aid leathers ar
After lwoiking over and priso-.ctin_ Company, was making up the accounts c"o any furth,.r. I had afterwards ob- feet. These are as good as most any $3.00 Shoes. Eve
quite a scope of country, not only in and ('hecks in payment for the pr.)pe- taind a further !onn for him of $2000
Levy county, but Marion and Citrus as ty. he informed me. on my asking, thit additional when that had been expend- $2.23
well. and carefully summing up th" no provision hadl ben made t.o pay n'-' ',t. I had usei som.e of my own mon-
different depo,sit; that I had investi- anything. 1 in.,nez.iately call.-O Mr. o- and1 time in advocating his candi-
gted. I was f,vorably impressel wit!. Stockton. wl:. was. present, into in .:ziy and1 in trying to elect him. We also have a line of Men's medium and heavy wei
the promising outlook at Standard 1 Ir ;4d ,iining room,. and th.'r. to ;;y au Is it unnatural that I should have made of the best leathers that is possible to use I)n oudi
Eve. And after doing som( )ro-,pact- !onishm.nt. he informed me that I was lost confidence in the man and felt
ing on try own acco,,nt, enough to )t- *o get n ,-iling out of thee -ale. and d.- hurt and humiliat.- it his want of $1.49 to$J.98
Sisrfy me that I had a good thing, I I clir'l th.n and there that he would I gratitude to the man who had bh-
secured an option on the propertyy, 4,' tto bankruptcy before he wo)u.i fritiended him. but it may be said that
as to secure my discovery, and advis.- pay .. Bryan and mys.-!f. fth Oth -r : ii.s was ti r-.,at extent a personal DON'T FAIL TO SEE OJR LINE OF NEW OX
Mr. Stockton that I had something f.r 'to-ckhal'1-rs in ti-' co.,mpany) on.' do- ';itt"r h..'.n Mr. Stockton and my-
him to look at. He came down and : lar. Af..-r a v,'ry he.ate-d argument s if. i*nd to, a c'-rain extent that is B m d tha inn
went over the various properties ver. bt w ., us. h.' !>ii I mn. ai. :s his "r:.. ;,ni it h.d never b(--n my put'- ear in min t in trading with us you are ueain
carefully. And after more prospe-e'- ,ill. $1'400. \\ lii'i was all I c'uld g.,t ,-. t.)D Plet;,n it, an. I should not hne in ay it rncinn ar l y ra t
ing on his own account, he inform.-t ut of hi'n. hv, dton. s 1. I nt di-,vered onest in a its transacons an are always rea o
me that it was what he was liking for I had had such abso,,lute andti u- ow.tme y .Virs aifterwards th:,t Mr. satisfy its patrons.
and wanted. In the meantin- ti. :,- woundedd ci.nidlnc.' in th,- rnin thl Sto)ik'on. !,or it.. purpose of g.ttinig i ptos
finding of the deposit was known all 'tis attitude in this business wvas a!- hiid, ,,f a ,gg*ar:y little twenty aer,_'s Read the papers next we and out bout ou
over the high grade phosphate bh.-l: 'nos sufficient to ',1,-troy my 'eiief i, ,.f l;fn th;,' 'vis purchased from MU,.
and 1 received some flattering offers human honesty. I remiaine-d with th. Sistrunk. hnil imposed not only upon
to sell outright, which would have cgv- l:!t;.,n P't).sphalr> ('4mparny for about ,i. to, a f r; ,,r ex:ent, but upin tne Try Us Once d We Ore SSUr f Your
en me quite a profit above .opti,,n aric Iv a :-. ;, :f;,.r severing miy con- I)utton Phosphate Company and Mr. a v
But thinking and knowing that or,.. '. ti n ..r'i il,.tn I moved to Willis- fourth inter.-t in a gooal h,|.s1h. ;-. .':n. w.ler. I still r.-idet. i *..'. in :ii .,,w n.naie, by having the / ait
plant on a gtoo deposit was a !hi: 9 .Mn-,.,;I ,tbit.r ;,i,..,s of property thit ,..,',i h:ing,-!. : I have before stated.
be desired. I rlus.-l the-e. o we prh .edI f:or the Levy C(,ouny Tris ;.cti .-ir.s it above a personal u
:zll 1n, <(i.s-,, :I,.- ,.al with Mr" .',,M.L,;n 'r'-Uily, an, which v,. matter. It ;nak-., it a matter in which Vri
8Ltockton on the basis ,f a aon--,uar't.. '>eI anid \vhiih w.- sold to the D ittan nt only mnysI.,!f h)it the Dutton Phos- T
Interest tor mo. IPh,.;,h.0ht, ('onpany und.r the sal,. p~iate 0' in:ip-:.y. Mr. Sistrunk. and all
In the meantime Mr. Stockton ,desir 'a-,,;.e Ti. -- .,f j;',perty which I pur- '.. ;>l. ,1p J :i- state, to whom Mr. -A P
ed to coinm in .. a paartner in the i.,'- '!..1 *4 fr,,m Mr. Minor M. Sistrunk Stockton is no\.- appealing for Rvot.-. c
rrade rock business, and thinking zie.r- f r th,- company. Mr. Sistrunk aliaking are interested in. a transaction which
h&p. i would be best. as e w.re,- n, the d,-di to tmie Levy County Phos;i-a;,' cannot be iu:stifi-d under any claim )r
partner*. in the high grade, that w., ('orniiany for the land, which d,.'I. wvas :uIlhgel claim. \\vliich Mr. Stockto.n (ou11 00 A*ff^ ^L A ,kLA *
mlght as well be partners in '1oth. elated th,' ;,th day of May. 1I'0,. pron- s,': Ulp. 1 -,'.' Mr. Sistrunk had made 0 0 0
rtoh(1 ^,rn inasm:mc'h as w.e v.-,ere poln ,'ly executed an'd acknyoletd'.',! o,'o a deed of that property to the Levy
to work the high grvde busines.- to- that date. and delivere.d to Mr. Stock- County Phosphate Company and that
grether tha: I w')uld not charge hi'n ton as president ,,f the ,n" 'alm;ly: an 1(deedl had been delivered, there wvas ni)I
anything for my experience or options anoTher piece of l)roperty, or lan 1 power that (oulli take that property I iI________ _- I__ __-____________
in the 14w grade phosphate h'I'sir -s.- which we purchased from Mr. Zet- away from thv Levy County Phosphate
but if he would pay f.r on<-h.ilf .*. rmu,,r. Roth of these pieces were us-.d Company. except by a deed executed
my tools on hand, such as whee.lbh, by us and sold by us in the transfer t- by it er a suit in the courts, and Mr. ask the people of the state of Florida, _e i
rows. shovels, s-reens. pi.k.', etc.. h.. the Dutton Phosphate Company, as Stockton'.s attempt by this method to to whom Mr. Stockton Is appealing for Me il
could come in. So he paid me $10u f'., above stated, transfer that property to his own name votes, to consider these questions; t1
^*afof the same. and became my part- As sup-rintendent for the Dutton is what lawyers would call in plain consider whether a man who has bei.n
n In that business also. T^hospl~ate companyy after the trans- language a fratad, if brought before
About this time the Levy County fnr. I used these pieces of land for the court, and the people of this state false to his friends and false to his Southerr
Phosphate Company was organized them in various ways. Some time af- should know and put their stamp of business interests, can deal justly wit'i er
and v;initalized with $F0.000 stock. J. ter the transfer to the Dutton Pho.,- disapproval upon szch proceedings. the peoplee of a state, and with the
N. C. Stockton president. $2r,.O01 stek. phate Company I was informed, whil.1 I was trying to forget my personal vast power and property lnterelsts M anut At
J. E.-Bryan. secretary and treasurer. I was extending a piece of track -.hare of the injuries in this transac- which would be placed in his hands if IVKanuAtactirer
l2.500 t : G A Mo rton tmvslIf). icros. one of these pieces of land fan J|on when Mr. St ekton entered the he were elected governor.
general manager. $12.50<. stock. the D,,tton Phosphate Company. that race as a candidate for governor. When I ask the people to consider these and Geuera l
Mr. St,-kton issued the stock. I dj, ome controversy had arisen between I s'tw his ph t graphs spread broad- matters on the 19th of May when you a n d T r
not know- whloe'ur Mr. Bryan yve-.' ,bem-Mr nStockton and the Dutt 'n cast all over the land, claiming to bi select and vote for your next govern-

S rwtie into oo as-ion of his st.ck ir Phosphate Comipany-as to the owner- the people'" candidate and the work- ,,r.' i nontK noteW iTi o tL
T L I understand he was not in th1 ship of the Zetrouer piece 'f land. and inv -man'. -iend. ( claiming to he the candidates, and I leave it to you ta
oitvishien o tl.e "long green." Mr. an inspection of the county recorO.s on.-my of .-irporeati,,ns, and lately re. judge between them. Old tills taken in excl
StocktoI told m, that he had put my was then carefully made. w-hbn it w'.," hik platform. kno" ing his insincerity. GUS A. MORT through the country
part. $12..F-., in his safe, and that : .,-ertained that their was no) deed on when my mind r-verted to the fact I I wir will r iv r
could get it later on. record to the Levy County Phosphat th;,t the Levv County Phosphate Corn- A FISH DINNER wire will receive pro
All the property we had secure.] was Company of either tie Z, :ruer pi.c.'. piny had been organized with a cap- following works
turned into the l.vy ('County PI-.i.- of I.n,] or the Sistrunk land. b)1t th;:; i, of .?,..'id. 'f sti ck. only $12,000 of Mr. William H. Young. who travels
pbate Cmpany. and aminmg oth.:-the deed to the 7etrouer ,pi',ce of land 'i h as Paid in. and having water-FAYETTE LLE N C
pioerties 'gie pju'rc'%:s.ot was i "-t:! ,ad been taken in Mr. St,),'kti.'S own ",d st,,' k to the amount of $38.000. i for Harberson and Gathright, a large
wa. known a t!l3 Live Oak (-Co)mpary' ami ar 1 I, rocr!.od. TI.r wa" '1 , -i t h'm, but come to the front h-rness and saddlery establishment of *^ - "
aehtnery. whi<'m .: st.'i ,f a c.' "* o. ",,n r.,-,rd of the Sistr(nk lan and tell the people of these transac- is a frequent visitor t JACKSONVILE. FLA
plete phis-phnate wash r -r. oi'.-. <.i- .v-ne tine aft.or'vards I ,isc-,v.r tim:s in order that they might see Louisville, Ky.. is a frequent visit r t
ltnes. pit cars and ev.-rytaiiniug i- :',: it, d< had lh', ri'1a( 'd o1r r ,o'-i ,.'!:!rvy -hai? Mr. Stockton actually Ocala, and who counts his friends
ing to mining r.hosphat.'. ;il- 'f The Sivtrunk land in hle na-'o thinks of the \-wrl-ing class; how sin- ire by the score.
and one-half to four mil- < f* 4 f l .l :l' a' Ita nith of th-s-> traas a*,"'' Mr. St.' k;en is in his opposition I
mn. Tlhi- ma<.hine-y w; < s'-iv' .* '. ; 1 hm e haforre -tnt.-l weu'e t't corp ariti'm-z: how carefully, as ;s If there is anything Capt. YounI
Eve. to be used in buildir.e a, i 1 ib i, ly v d 1 ve11o the. property aof shio-wn by ;hz.. transactions, he look-; likes better than hunting and fishing
Ing our plant The railroad iroin "t.. ] C-vy `1-y" 'sp;a ttc Ca)i TaanV, after the in1.-.r ,ts-f his friends to tht'
"d!1 ^ li'i^11'1"-. *>* v "^^~ '^ y ^ ......^~^^tk'^1 otY """ ganti. an F'kORIDA S 0
sold t,, l)yal- 'Upchirch & C',,.np:r1 1 .',i w ni i" ,!h.. tr;.,nsf, Ir tI., tho l)utt )I' .ie-riniq-nt 4)t hiims If. I dil n1,, take he has not yet run up against i t. and LD0
and to the F. C. & 1' R RP. Mr. Stoc, i'h. s'., ', Comlliany, thot .ugh it appear- any snap .imim.'ni of Mr. Stockton. T i n tht. hunting season he spends as
ton told me that th., profits on th. .'d ;ift.,rw;rdis tlat they had n-t be n .liI not si,. this to the voters ,f the a College. Academy and School
railroad ir min paid for the whole ,outf mentioned in the deed. as in maki. state f,,r tl;h-ir consideration without nuch as a week or ten days tc and Industrial Arts and Buh
and left a margin of profit. b,-sid,.- up the deed th<,y did' not appear on rt.- a:dvising him o4f what I intended to do. '.voods at a time. Carnegie Hall anl third men's
tmvinc th., machinery as a clear prof- cord in the nama' o.f our company. On April 1-,th I addressed a letter t The hunting season now being co- team and furna hat lare f
It. We al bought a small deposl" *' I'pon these facts coming to my Mr. Stockton. ad.,vi 'ing him that on the T h a c- nasiumt athletic fna ld' th.nnit lrer
phosphate from the late James P. D,-- knowled,.. I proc,,'-,ded to investigate' l7th of April I wou I-l speak at Gaine.4-. 1 he solaced himself this time ih tamsi. hampion of e ldtda thC
FLua. and sold it without expense t the nmatt.-r. andl the following s a 'cair- 'ill, I matters affecting his interests a night fish on the Oklawaha river, and ndwmnt xpns. mderat
a net profit of $600. which was placed rect statement of the facts: and] rquesting him to be present. I
to the credit of our company. 1. The Zetrouer lands ,vere, pur- had la c 4)py of this letter put in the to say that he enjoyed it is to state nminatinai tns far
The company also purchased a pio, ,'h asked by the Levy County Phosphate. Gainesville, Sun, also the Times-T'nion it mildly. CA CT
of property frmn Mr Minor M. Si.-- C'ompany and sold to the Duttan of that date-. I mailed this letter Ho Sok Next session begins t),th.r 7
trunk of Montbrook. on which .. Phosphate Company in-the transfer 'Mr. Stockton. addressed to Jackson- He had with him Mr J. L. Siok
ercted a screen washer to mine loaw and were used by them. though th.' villo'. and a copy of the same to his Mr. Raymond B. Bullock and Mr. J. W. Win. F. BLACKMAN
grade rock. and from which property deed was taken in Mr. Stockton's nam.. partner, so that there would be no mi,- Livingston, Jr., congenial spirits in the -
we mined at small cost between two and which was not discovered until take about his getting it or having no-
and three thousand tons of rock. which afterwards, and why, Mr. Stockton tice. Mr. Stockton did not appear it piscatorial line.
swa sold to the Home Mixture Guano will have to explain. Gainesville at the time stated, and in They got to the river after the big
SCompany of Columbus. Ga.. the profits 2. The Sistrunk land was purchased a public meeting held there in the
being passed to the credit of our corn- by me from Minor M. Sistrunk and court house before the representative thowor and had supper with Mr. Htin-


iM wear and give satisfact
ruaran:eed to wear well an

years and have our first c

s and are not only backed

j for men:

Lhe correct Shoe for the ltv
latest shapes. We have tl
ian Leathers. They will #-

name, as we have hd rep>
Share .alolu,'l. the' b t t .l
ox Calf. Veloir and \ ici IA
i are looking for a neat Sh4w
i8e, our price is only

b# st wearing h',, otn the r
id can fit alnoat anyv hap4
ry pair guaranteed. price o

ight working Show.s. which
s at thet-e prices from

g with a firm that has pry
lo anything in its powce

Ladies' Shoes.

Future Patronage.




lan Bro

iCopper Works

of Turpentine j

L Metal Workei

change for new ones. Patch
specialty. Orders by mail
npt attention at either of
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i of Mu-t1c Kxpr-m41tn Plnp Art*
i dormitory nt go)lng up 4-1 i tr
Lilly: p*rf' h. 't'h <- on.i'i.T,,,
t.s. zolf link,, t>.i,.4lall an.l ta
Veir. N.,;rly a v tar*oo-r ^f .' t nillt
, |ch-arshipo-h aa.tllatl-l Chrlotlan. t
F.or catalN)gue'4 ''llr-'. th*e I'r*
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tractor and builder, and at one time
was a very wealthy man. He came
to Florida about twenty-five years
ago,, and was attracted to Silver
Springs Park in its boom days. He
purchased property there and erected
a nice dwelling, and spent his winters
there, and finally made it his home
and lived there all the year round.
He was very popular with his neigh-
bors, and they elected him mayor of
this aspiring city, which office he held
until the Park began to decline.
Mr. French moved to Ocala about
five years ago, and continued to live
here until his death.
The funeral was held Saturday at 11
o'clock in the undertaking parlors of
Messrs. Mclver & MacKay, and the
body was shipped on the mid-day
train for Worcester, Mass, his old
home, for interment.
Mr. French leaves a wife, onv son.
Mr. Charles C. French, of this city.
and two daughters, one living in Nowv
York and one in Boston. and a host )of
friends tQo mourn his death.


The death angel has invaded the
Gkmme of one of our pioneer citizens and
ibbed it of its guiding hand, and lef:
hbe home vacant and desolate.
Mrs. Texana Pinkston Sistrunk:.
wife of Mr. Simeon H. Sistrunk, an-i
.mother of Messrs. .Simen T. Sisrunrk.
Carlos L. Sistrunk and H.-nry Sis:runi
f this ciy. di-d at the ho;m ,,f h.-:;'
son-in-law. Dr. Willis, at M 'ntlr'.'
.u Sunday aftern-on at: I o...-k. '
was 67 y-ars ,,f age.
Mrs. Sistrunk had ,h,-n .t -' ,*'-
ifferer for n,,nths bh-..f.,ro d*,'a.h a.Ji
to her r.-lief. Sh,- was .ak-n t' J. ir.-
sonville about t -vo, \\.,-ks ag,,. andl. ,-
a last resort, an ,opi-ra8ion f-,r alp.-n-
%Ucitis was p,-rT,,rm-.L and \\l -"'
was uccossful h,-r ago militazt;1
againstt her recovery, and she was ta-
ken back to he-r home. to b- wi:h
those whom she loved best and .wh,
11oved her best.
She did not bear th- journt-y bi.'
as well as was fondly anticipated, s.,
4on reaching .M4,ntbr,-ok she \vas taken
to the home of her son-in-law, wh'r-+
she died the following d(lay.
Mrs. Sistrunk was born in Ocala andl
spent her childhood and school days
bere, and is well and pleasantly r.-
membered by all of o-ur older inhabi-
She was Miss Texana Pinkston. She
was married to1 Mr. Sistrunk at the
time of the civil war. She was taken
a- a bride to her home near Mont-
brook, where she has ever since resid-
She was the mother of nine children.
flve boys and four girls, and was in-
deed a "mother in Israel." She was a
crown to her husband, and was as a
gemn set with pearls to her children, and
trained them up in such a way as to
be an honor and delight to her, and
well may they exclaim with Coleridge
that a mother is the hnliest thing alive.
whose death is greatest to be mourn-
Mrs. Sistrunk's remains were laid to
rest in the family burying ground near
Montbrook Monday afterno-on, and
around her grave were gathered her
sorrowing husband, all the surviving
children and the members of a whole
community, and the flowers they plac-
ed upon her mound and the tears th-y
bed showed in what esteem she was

Mr. 3. C. French who has been sick
for the past ten days, and unconscious
for the past week, died at his residence
in the second ward at 4 o'clock Friday
day morning.
The deceased was in his eighty-sev-
enth year, but until a few days befor-
1is last sickness enjoyed remarkably
vigorous health.
Mr. French was born in Connecticut.
but moved to Worcester, Mass., when
quite a young man. He was a con-

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