The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 29, 1908
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).

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tUi and Personal

Mrs. Ben Borden and son went to
Oxford Friday afternoon to visit rela-
tlve for a short while.

'te Plank's Chill Tonic. 25c. per
bottle; guaranteed. Sold by all drm..
^glste. y

Mrs. RiberdI. McConathv left Sa-
urday for Hampton Springs. wheri
9sbe will sPend several wepks.

V Capt. P. T. Randall of Connor "s
Ia well known figure in Ocala Friday.
discussing politics.

Mr. W. F. Jordan of Orange Sirinz.
came in Friday, bringing Th. l :ioq
returns. He was ac 'ompjani-, sont.

The latest newF from Mr. William
McDowell. who is at Indianapolis. In
diana. for the benefit of his health, i
that be is getting along nicely.

Mr. Gus Morton fell by th,- wa side
in his race for senator in Levy (ounm-
ty. Messrs. J. A. Williams and .lohn
R. Willis have to ru' the race over.

Mrs. Jerry Burnett and children
*and Mrs. Gamble have gone to Dayto-
na to visit relatives for a few weeks.
They will also visit at St. Augustine.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thomas an]!
daughter of Bartow, formerly of this
city, are here for a visit with rela-

Bob McNamee was an easy NInn,'r
in Hillsborough county for sTate s n-
ator. He ran az if he had be*n char.-
ed with electricity.

Miss Emily W\ashl;urn reTurnt-c o
Ocala Friday ;..';r sptlndlng, a w*-k
at Belleview vwith her mother. Mlrs. M.
E. Washb'Lirn.

Mrs. ,'. E Atkinson caint, in tr,'.
Berlin i, a;ei i b The (Ocila Hih S *h,'1
IV,('-onlIm"nC< inll Itl I xe rcis -" 1, (i-i ,r -
ler. Mi'rs Anni-' Atkinslon 4 I--, p.
of the pt! gradulates.

Watermelons are quite pleniif,1, on
t.,e Miami market, the Dade county
irmers coming into the city wih
wagon loads. Recent rains hp,'- h,1-
ed the crop considerably.

Mr. Thomas W. Fielding of (;a:n",-
ville spent Friday and Saturday ii
Ocala. He was en route to
to deliver a lecture before the itu('n's
at. Stetson.
SMiss Betty Mclver, one of Ocal e
most lovely college girls, who attends
a Presbyterian college in North Car-
olina, is at home for the summer vaca-
tion, having arrived Friday afternoon.

W The Teapot Grocery has just it.
stalled a very handsome new refrig-
erator. It is a very compact and
roomy one and has a very large cold
store ice box. It Is sexn or eight
feet In height, and is a very fine r,-
frigerator, Indeed.

Rev. R. A. White of Kentucky is
in the city, and will occupy the Chris-
tian pulpit for the present. He is a
brother of Rev. Sam White of Mcli-
tomth. He is making his home at th b
residence of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace.

Mr. L. M. Graham came in from
Connor Friday to see his sick daugh-
ter, Mrs. W. H. Carlton. who is very
much Improved. Mr. Graham al .o
,waoe in incidentally to hear about the


The time, May 23, 19(oS; the place.
home of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk; The oc-
*casion. a beautiful luncheon given by
SMrs. Sistrunk in honor of hzr s,-ie',
Miss Annie Atkinson. who was .nc
of the graduates from the High S 0ool
this yeqr.
On arriving at the lovely home the
guests were greeted by Mrs. Sistrunk
and Mi-s Atkinson. and were invit,-l
into the hall. where most cooling and
refreshing punch was served by Mis.-
e.: Emma Nelson, Carrie Williams anl
Bet tie Mclver.
After the arrival of all the gus-
the hostess passed around que,,tions.
the answers to be a flower. which
were also used as place cards.
The table looked love, ly with its
pretty decorations, the color schem-
being black and gold. the class colors.
Seated at the table were Th. fol-
'lowing young ladies: Miss Annie A:-
kinson. Miss Emma Nelson. Miss Lo,:-
ise Harris. Miss Sara McCreery, Miss
Alta Pearson. Miss Carrie Miller. Mi-s

Bessie Porter. Miss Ethel Robin.-on.
Miss B-tTie Mclver. Miss E-rh 'r
Weathers, Miss Edna Dozier. Mss
Pauline Sullivan. Miss Lillian Tha.--
lard. Miss Alice Bullock and Miss An-
I nie Mathews, while a very delicious
and elegant seven course luncheo,
was served. Many jokes and olq
school pranks were retold and enjoy-

In The afternoon a lovely lit#'-
writing contest was enjoyed. A 1::.
blank book with a picture on th c -
er was passed to all, and each gIe..
xi was reqin'sted to write a story ahi m',
I ," picr'm." and when finish+,! th.
i w r. :4-. aloud. A ni wl *'(' ,"', :
;:n! origiinal That nio ,ICis!ol :.-
tht' lit S (T -clu l be l ', '. Th i' -
o r ot T!h at'ternon was ; it. i. .
:I:'. progre'=ssi\', W hi':t. '.,T:.' :;. :
iml- arraf.,.l, on ,(:I i '!:.)-t..
Th4c l'ure \Vi'. \ ', V. li'l :T" :" ; 1. ,i" .. p '
\v;its io)?-t altractiiv ,, -, \ m "
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t' S ill The oranIes.


MrF. Charles H. Lloyd entertine-'l
the Yo;ing Ladies' Card Club at their
regular weekly meeting Saturday af-I
ternoon at the home of her parent;.,
Mr. 4/4 Mrs. Frank Harris.
Th'-re were five tables of player i
lanl rh,- games resulted in favor of]
.Mrs. G-rig and Miss Robinson, who
!c!\,r!y v.-on the prizes, having ma.-
nitfen? -ecores. The latter received
ia Jaianes- clip and saucer and the
ifornmr a small picture, entitled. "An-
t :ieipa; ing.
STh,. players were Mrs. Culen. Mrs.
SRoess. Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Taylor. Mrs.
Helven-ton. Mrs. Koonce. Mrs. Albert
Gerig. Mrs. Looney, Mrs. James
fKnih. M:-s. Harris. Misses. Sarah
IMNcreerv. Meta .lewett. Va!eta Pot-
-e'. l-'t ,! Robhison. Margaret Taylor.
i Flor n', \Valter.;. Margaret Eagleton.
I !Es'her \V-aithr-. Miriam Pasteur and
It)uise Harris.
A after the games Mrs. Lloyd serve*l
ia.zp?.rat'> an! tor.lato sala eni; ".n ;L Is and! icei tea an1
SWt'& \.' :.. rs.





My House


Oc:%l;. wen 'esterilay's game b-y i
s'(.e 4- 1)' 12 to 7.
At fir-t it lookel as though Gaines-
ivill, v. oul win. Up to the third in-
,ning thc ccrc, was 3 to 1 in Gaines-
! vilh'. ta'or, when in the fifth Gaines-
.-il nl-.(d' three niore runs and O:ala
: -.--., '! .' the score C to 4.
| ill '..' .-\x':i O ala niade two moree.
iand! i".: .e Score C and 6. but at the
Sco, .ius'o:u of the game the score
\:i.< 1.: o 7 in favor of the locals.
, T '( t:(r *he visitors pitched th.?
t is' I s ix itix:g- and was hit pretty
tfr . ".* ,. {>i;chd< for the- iO'a'.
. '< \" '. '* l.-t1 iin gs 'n "eve:t-
i ;. : : . .. .: mI !.I i il .. L.,s slav II,
:'. < *,' : '.ir.nitbli' llarri-. t,,!)
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(-ra riLir.I 'olllg s.ste \\;i- ) T l:,'* '*('(H I v'SIas Sti)rnrisedI :o
S\,' !-'' ,l ;," <; social affa r' \ .. ;* Ii ',,. do ,i's U. or.-I' Uf OurI" po'';-
in 0 a a. i:nd adds anot,.r ,i- ,.. . ( .- ) (- 'l1 ,t 1 g' (),IS being sol.
t ", ''-tt Mr:. S ,Tr":ur : a ,' ."Y T.'' Ki. - a; (LI'telv nothing ,)
"reall a(hit-ved a,: a hostess. n,1 -titl I iknow !l.t the continuance *
-- 'I t his w ill lead other merchants t')
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL Pei-t, their ;.lacts of business open
S'ate. h-:',: ke-eping the poor clerk.;
Friday was a very happy day to tht' out of ,: .ri -'t-ct:aTion they are eni-
Ocala school children, as they have rledl to on these hot summer nights.
now lacked their school books away sincerly hope that a repetition ofl
for four months, and oh! how glalI this will not happen again, as it is
I they all were in the "freedom of really an injustice to the merchanTsi
School let out." Although in some re- who are looking out for the comforts'
aspects the day was a sad on(--e-s ,- of thbtini employes.
dially to the seniors, who have (.o:ni- A F'RIEN)D OF THE CLERKS.
pleated their school work here. and re- O(ciia. Fla.. M'ay 2)"., 1I ,iR.
great to give up their teachers an'i
school mates. A CARD FROM JNO. L. EDWARDS
A large number of isitor? w-. ,.* -
the school building during the morn-I 1 take this method to thank nmy
ing to inspect the work of theb :.;- friends anl the voters of Marion coun-
rious grades, that was on exhiitio,. "y for the liberal support given me on
When the work of all was so good Mlav 19. It is evident from the returns
it is impossible for us to mention all. that are now in that I will be throw
so we refrain from giving pI-aise -o, into a second primary with Mr. John
any pupil for fear we might tio) an in-iP. Galloway. I earnestly solicit tho
justice to another. But, we will say support of every good citizen of this
this, that every term a 'cry marked county on June 16th. and if elected I
improvement is shown in the work ).: will perform the duties of the sheriff's
the Ocala public school puils and they- office to the very best of my ability.
are maintaining and surpassing il', Study mny life and actions in the past
high reputation that iour school has and take this for a guide in the future.
achieved under the direction of Mr Respectfully,
Workman, and their par-nts, frienIs JOHN L. EDWARDS.
and teachers have ever right to o,
very proud of the work they have Ua,- A CARD OF THANKS

--..f...uur n y youner yar m y u
Nasal Catarrh and Indigestion. in-fyouhte-ve- .... .---
Mr. James P. Bracken, 610 Tenth Ave., New York City, N.Y.. r to o
has occupied the office of Water Inspector of New York Cit.v M r. Mihe y"cx. .
for the past fifteen years. He carries on an extensive plumbing Mr. Michael Rooey. FU t Watrmit, N.
business at 610 10th Ave. He is Post Deputy of rrand Knights 't. ',*S
of eigna Celia Council Knights of Columbus, N. Y. He write fI had known ofPeruna year ago I should have
as follows: Cia rcribd fr onN.Y. re beyensaved much sutTering. lTndtr carelemar wes

asfl lows : exposure. inaymyhyoungerotyears myofsystemr intmynto a
"For nearly a dozen years catarrh has bothered me in one form v exporbure in myiyounberyer my yas wa ofItot
or another. I was troubled with nasal catarrh that had affec ed. r b odt fo r ht I bawage"o
my stomach, which troubled me most in the morning. My .M doctor thoulehte thato batd err.o d
etite was poor., and I did not seem to relish my food. Indi M blw .r andduly rtcibed ftor me but nothing -1
estmioe bothered me at times, also. I was advised to take Peru na, eany o ,

I a m w / / m o d y t h a k s t o o u s p e n i d m e d c i e e r n a a mn d e rIt h a k f ulwa s t wh a s c u r e d m e i n twohn u
and I took it as prescribed for a month when my cure was "M friendsnthvised me to try P.- na tor- which I
almost complete. Today there is not a trace of catarrh in myb am ver thakful iath.a trwl m in lwo m onths
system, and I can say without hesitation that Peruna cured me." and am in .
n eli^Caterrtt ef tmen I hv StoMw
Kidey Diusa. Mr. Frank Richter, of 3 East ted St, W|aoaW
Mr. Samuel A. Paxton, 1118 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo., Minn., writes: "I take pleasure in rme mia-- ag
member 1.0.0. F. and National Annuity Association, writes: Peruna for catarh of the stomanu N. r mand n oM,
"I am a well awnetoday, thanks to your splendid medicine, Peruna. and I k mow it will ewesamy one elmewho su'ffs-rom
"I was troubled with catarrh and kidney disease of long standing this ibesse. My ca&rrh wvb ps~gpty imaeld in
when I first began using Peruna. I soon found I was getting better,. my be"d amd stomach. I tried mamy -Mil- with-
and continued taking it for four months. Itcleanedout theRvsten. outsecees. I readol PfTunainhsrpsaadrm ih
living me well and strong and feeling better than 1 have in years." bottles cured me."


"o \V. P. Shettleworth
t .OL s et-,e crediT of shipl:

c it 7- .; (1 a:

t intaioupes of
wvas loaded an


of Evinsto-1
)ing the firs;
the season.
Id left Evin-I

stion Itrlay. it contained tour hun-
(dre(t ctkm-'. and! was consigned to a
Nkw York iouse. The fruit was ex-
ceptionally fine. notwithstanding the
adverse conditions of the weather, and
will no doubt bring a tine price. Th'.
consignee expects to net $3 a crate.
Thb. shipment of this car is a rec-
ord-briaker. as it is the earliest any
solid car has been shipped from anv
section of the state, Captain Shettlp-
worth is To be congratulated along
this line. He is not only one of the
largest and most successful growers
of cantaloupes in th state, but also
holds a record on watermelons.-
SGainesville Sun.

Prof. Blinson, the efficient directo,-
o' the Rollins college business school
has just ret turnted from his hon")
(, .nty, Marion, where hl had bee,
during the election, to vote hinise f
and TO be elected sup. :-intendelnt (o
public, instruct.;i polls was overwhelming, he haing
received at l-as.t two-thirds of all rh-
voles polled for the candidates for
ih,:t office th-roughout the county.
Many expressions of regret a:'ve
heard here on account of the seveiin,
of Prof. Brinson's connection with th,-
college, as he has filled his position
with signal ability anti with great sti '-
cess. The good will an.! good wishes
of not only the faculty and students
of the college, but also of a houst o0
town friends will go with him into
his new field of work and usefulness.
--Winter Park Notes in Times-Unto:.

~~T1L~' 'if 11l'; t 1v .of 'l'.lt-db.
TU.-A ~4 %ou'IlIt y -'44.


.Miss (;an;sAl)N ha% islied invita-
'ions to '(i# ani ail p.,ino t i t' l .)f
h.,r puil,.. Th. ro- ut iv (). ;a : t ii1 i- ,' ,n Fridl : -ven-
in ,. ":..i rr't, rwq'tf ::; t h. .-t eight
it'cl()o aiindl >.. lo k* *4 ,o. ard to most
lIvaarntiy .v ;h, r te-nuns f -h.- clasq.

Mrs. W H Clark rttvrned home on
'Saturday aftcrnon from Troy. Ala-
bania. having been called back on ac-
count of the Illness of her daughter.
Mrs. E. C. Bunn,.tt. who. however. I.4
now very much better. Mrs. Clark
was called to Troy to tee her mother,
who was very ill, hut she left ber very

Miss Su,4ii- Firt. 'hs, t-achr of the
fow:th grade in th ()Ocala public
I .schoo. l, ft Saturday for South Caro-
lina. wh,,r# she' will visit for several
we.ks before toing to h,.r home near





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Nothing adds to kitchen 5 |_.
ecavenience in summer weather
like a New Perfection Wick
Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove.
Anything thzt any stove can
do the "Ne-.v Perfection" will (
do, =ad .: it Ietter. hakea,
roasts, bc:&, toasts; heats the wash water and the sad
irocs, an dos it wi.hbout dizsipating its heat through the room
to your c.i comfort. The


! 01 CookStove

actually keeps the kitchen cool-actually makes it comfortable
for ,ou while doing the family cooking, because, unlike the coal
zange, its heat is directed to one point only-right under the
kettle. Made in three sizes, fully warranted. If not
fj with your dealer, write our nearest agency.

A ao LAMP "
LAM mellow
light that is very grateful
to tired eyes-a perfect student or family
lamp. Brmn, nickel plated, hence more dur-
able than other lamps.
If not with your dealer, write our near-
et agency.
(IM 8Rua



counts, and our business is increasing at
a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also
might be glad to join us., a



What Stove

for Summer?

manifest in this time. They were the;
contemporaries of Senator King, who.
like Morgan and Pettus. lived at Sel-1
ma and served in the senate for a pe-
riod of almost exactly as long as thej
service of Senator Morgan. They
knew Yancey. the fiery, erratic, but
entrancing orator. They were th?,
conrniporaries of Fitzpatrick, and ')i
all the great men of Alabama in th'i
days before and since the civil strif?.,
Two such grand old men can scarcely
be found in the history of any state orI
any country.


Thus it is with a feeling of satisfa.-
tion in the triumphant completion of
their careers tha; we can ,a: of 'ahi.
"Well dlone. good and faithful ser-
v:nt." and that our thoughts go out
rto hem rtoday as laid away among t!,,
oaks in rhe beautiful cemete,ry atr
Seinia. No lofty pinnacle or donie
r!s o'.'vr 'heir graves, but there "s
a commenl')ration greater vet in tho
remniemnibrance of their lives and of
that which they have -lone for the:r
,.e and generation. To them be-
tongs a record of achievements which
will not only survive in the future.
but give to their memory in the com-
ing days increasing honor and affo'-
FOR SALE-Good driving pony;
also a good work animal: price rea-
sonable. Apply "P. S.." care Ocala
Banner. 5-7-4t.




Very Special Cut Price Sale


We must reduce our stock and will put the

Knife in every department from

Now until July the 15th,

Watch Our Big Show Windows and Keep

andi oth-iv fkuir trees are blooming
again. The trees are already heavily
loaded wirh fruit from the Marcn
bloom. If two-thirds of the fruit set
it will be impossible for the trees to
carry the fruit until fall.
A few crates of peaches were ship-
ped from Seville last week, and next
week th, crop will be moving rapidly.
Although the crop is short, the fruit
.:eems to be much larger than last
season.-New York Produce News.
Washington. D. C.. May 21. "19,1.
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Th cl'iini of a --izar planted on th,
island otf Trinidad that he has discov-
(rid a practical method of making pa-
por from rthe stalks of sugar cano. at-
ter the juice has booeen xt-acrtoedi. has
attracto,i attention Tho claims i
th+1 invltror are st forth in a r,-portI
to this government by (onsul (nlor, i
Richard (;uenrhr of PF,-ankfor' (or-.
The i.c'leasinIa sc '(cir of .)'truc-.
which is the wood -mosr usetd for pa-
per making, is wel l known. Acti;t
search is being mad-, in many parts
of the world for materials to take rh,
place of pulpwoodi. Enormous quan-
tities of ground sugar can. -go ti
waste at the sugar factories. Soiiip ,i
it is used for fuel under the boiler-;.
but a very large part is left to rot.
From time to time experiments
have been made to convert tbe bagas-
se. or cane refuse, into paper, but with
limited success, commercially, unles-
the Trinidad planter's claim is wrll
founded. He has confident that h-
has made a valuable discovery and,
has built an $SQ5.,.)o paper mill as .u
adjunct to his sugar factory. He ha
turned our paper worth $.4 a ton. a(c-
cording to Con.-ul General Guenther.
About a ton and a quarter of an,
makes a ton of p)ulp. It is re)port-4
that the process of manufacture is;
comparatively inxl)onsivw. The plan'-
er claims that it will pay to grow can.
for paper alone. leaving the sugar a-
clear profit.
Mr. E. Humphrey. who owns a large
general store at Omega, 0., and is the
president of the Adams County Tele-
phone ("o., as well as of the Home.
Telephone Co., of Pike county. 0..
says of Dr. King's Now Discovery: "It
sav-d my life one-'. At la.ast I think
it did. It seremend to reach the spot-
the very seat of my cough-w-hen ev-
erything else failed." Dr Kin's Nw
Discovery not only reaches the cough
spot: it heals the sore spots and the
weak spots in throat, lungs and chest.
Sold under guarantee at Tyding.s &'
Co's. drug store. 50c. and $1. Trial
bottle free. n

.1. \Vi.tnn caught with a h",)k anid
line recontl. a sp)ocini.n o) fish. the'i
anit iof wlhi-li he o ho was ,olid by Al>;, Thay-r that it

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I- What is Going On in the Land of the
Both were gentlemen and states-' Orange and Grapefruit
men of the old i.-gime. Their lives A plan is on foot to establish a can-
were spent for the most :)art in th. nery at Gainesville.
Allen Holton of San Mateo is shin-
country-. T h ey hadl nor !)econm-- ab- ., _,; -
country. Theyhadno, eoni- a ping sweet corn. which is bringing
sorbed wirh. the c-onmni.-'-ial and in---,W7 cents a dozen in Boston.
Sdustrial spir; 0 1 tin rini-. The on- Reports from Dalde (Cou:nty are th-it
jtdutv which irnipre-s.-. i Themin wi., ) the pines will he smali this season.
rhe pe )pie ,, ) 'ifir s'a-, and ol th ltue to diry weather, and rh-re will )-
nation. .-::L.%-ea: ahi-.,,r.. an-for '
Station. ;., a n- for i'i- ir crates than expected. Several
tics: aci ha.l a i -, ,e '" r h* tio')' ( ars have, already !) -n exported.
land a k-.". ,:,-'.ipr.'ion ,, !heir in-' Th, .Japan-so ar7 'vers at Yama'o
ter"-ts and of the fiuir r )o-p-ec's aqnil air.,- thriving. Last wee: two cars cr
aehieo-n)enT.- of thiz. ocluntry. It 's pinits w.-roe ,xpw'ril t ti) England. On- reniarkabi- to eonsil 'r, row ,1r slipped si) (rates of toma-
that l)o'h of rhenm ii '.i c,)ntmpr)orati- t (-.s. which nerted him $2 per crat[.
eousivy witii ,.-vry pI ,'.,idlo-rr o:' t. On I Iay last weeK 1:',, retle rarn.-
UI'nit'di S'atf-.- except (Gorgoe \WVai ai)our produce ani fruit wei' ,li\H'-
ingTon, and 'iiha: they w%-r, of an ag-s' ,*i at D--Irav. 4n the -ame i1ay v2
Shen; they .,id ai)r,'iate and un- cars of pines, tomato-'s and other pr)-
ier,,stan i t throobing fmovemen. ')f, duce were shipped from th*re.
the time whoa rh. long reign of The watermelon crop in ,east l.ak+,
Queen Victoria commenced. They co'nTy is estimatedt at abour 15" (ar-
lived beforee the days of the railroad iloads.
and of the telegraph, so that their ear- H. E. HeIrman of Fort Myers -h!,-
ly impressions were of life in its sim- pewd sonmi Tarliff oranges to New York
plicity. without the feverish haste and recenr'"- which sold for $63.5' per box.
the vaulting ambitions which are so In Denaudl. l.e county, the orang-,

All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains,
and Upholstering Goods

Heaters, Ranges, Cook Stoves
Full Lin- of L p-to-date Pictures, fraie-t ;Ifnitl i franiel. an I Pic-
ture Motulding.-. Fulii sti,,'k ,f
Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles
Exclusive ialo or the best wagon ton Partl'-tio Studobaker.
And carry the very best lira, of High ;Gradel B, gie- and tC'ara"e4


Wall Pape
Sa at ive u4 a t

Brick. Limi. Cemnt-nt.r.
Hair. Lath. Shingles. Pa
Flintkote Roofing,
White Lead, Varnishe'. Et,.
r. Alabastine and Magnite- Wall
riall. afnWe will not be undersold and

lints and


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Molver & Mackay.


Morion Hardware



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


Marion Hardware Company

The Breakers by the Sea
Will be opened June 1. under the manag-mnnr .) [. .I MABBETTE

The house will be conducted on a higher plane than ever before.
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms ingle or en suit.
with or without private baths. Fine fishing and the best surf bath-
ing in the world.

A specialist has lately discovered a new medicine for the cure oa tb,
drink habit Do you wish a package? If you have in your family a l-vtlng
husband, father, brother or son, who is giving you trouble, or making tUf
miserable for you, and whom you wish to be cured from this disease. d)
not hesitate a moment, but act at once. Alcohol has its victim In its clutch.
es, and the unfortunate one is not able to escape him. DISCOHOL ham
cured thousands, and will cure anyone belonging to you. Write to a-
once, before it is too late. It is guaranteed harmless, and its effects ar-
positive. If you wish free treatment and further instructions, fill out couxpon
.... below and mail to us. Don't heastate.
Coupon for Free Drink Habit Cure as the 500 packages will soon be giv.
No. 207 en away and each further package
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Mail this coupon to it today. Sent in plain wrapper
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House Furnishings Parlor Suits
Rugs. Art Squares and Matting'.. In Leather, Upholstered and R
Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
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Maple and Oak. C l a J f c \
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Mission Furniture cG,,.iu and-o,.ro c k,4y
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On Tuesday night the pupils of Mi In order to iive the clerks of Ocala O
-Mr. J- -.deg rturedto oo_:On Tuesday nigh! the pupils of Mirs;~ltl eraindrn h o u- A
m' ~~e to ,'Frances Harrington's music class gave a little r-creation uring the hot sum- RN R WAD
y a delightful musical at the hom- ofmer ason we. the undersigned mer- VERNON BROWARD
Mrs. Bob Sanders and little daugh- Mrs F. R. Bridges. chants, agree to close our respective
Mer of Dunnellon are spending a few After the following program ha.d places of business on Thursdays at I GRATEFUL TO FLORIDA DEMO-
ber f Dnnelonare a eenelEar-&clock p. im. beginning Thursday, C
days in Ocala w.'ith relates, been beautifully rendered, Miss Har-i 1 g CRATS FOR BIG VOTE.
s ca hrlat iaises. tf r erd s M .June 4, andl continuing until and in ,-
rington. assisted by her sister. Mrs. cludingI Thursday. September 24. 1948: Some of the Governor's Policies Clear-
Miss Caroline Pasteur is home from IBridges. served her guests with most i
DeLmad. where she has just compl-T-Idelicious ice cream and cake" : Mclv-r & MacKay, D. E. Mclver. C. ly Outlined-Will Work for Nation-
DeLawd. where she has just compvl-1 delicious ice cream and cakc-: R edikOaaFriueC. lDang a-loFvr
ed her first year at Stetson. n Choius by class, "*Singer's lnvi-a- R. Hf-ndrielks. Ocala Furniture Co.. al Drainage Law-Also Favors a
ed hr first year at Stetson. i. ('. Smith. B. F. Condon. H. W. Parcels Post and a Nine Hour Day
Mrs. F. G. B. Welhe. after several! Little Fairy (Streabbogi. Wal'z Tuckr. A. E. Burnett. Marion Shoe inGovernmental Work-Will Work
days'oillness, is able to be about again, Moa -Margaret ittle. (0.. KnigN0-Martin Co.. The Variety for Contrcl of Interstate Commerce
days' illness, is able to bp about again.;, ,Moart i.Margaret L~ittle.
much to the delight of her friends. Song by four pupils. "Spring- ( STil- re. The Boston Store. Klein & Hoff- To The Democratic Voters of thi
$ christ)-Ruth Lester. Nan Brooks, man. (. A. Nash Helvenston & Pas- Siate of Florida:
Mr. A. A. McCraney of Tampa is in eMargaret and Maud Lillian Little ur, Rheinauer & -Co., Clark Bros., r. In he democratic primary held on
theciy hain hadswih ishot Mrgre ad auargalanLitl.t'Bandde M. MstrsCoLillianTe emcrtLittlaye.l o
the city shaking hands with his host Slumber Song (Gurlittl Presio B. Snyder, H. B Masters Co., by B May 19th, I received more votes than
of Ocala friends. altd )Scultz-Ruth Lester A. \Weathers, Mgr.. M. Fishel & Son, any of the candidates running for
Editor ittiner i r g o l oal Solo. "Gaily Chant the SumThe Globe,The Theus-Zachry Co., F. United States senator. Mr. Fletcher
Editor Bittinger is rasping Colonel Vo B ai Ant e S P. Gadson. J. WV. Alexander, F. K. received the next highest vote. There-
McLeod and Mr. Light. When these mer Birds'-Miss Anna Savage. Martin.
debaters meet on the hustings ther!l Wreath Waltz (Gesse). Old Folks Thw (o. V OWala M sire to iate fore. our names will be the only two
debatrs met o thebustngsaterHomeT --Flsrkeof caladesBrooksta.
Somthin at Home (Foster)-Nan Brooks. 1 cala esre o ae on tLt ballot, which will be voted in
S ometin dong. Sunset (Nocturnet. The Jolly that rhe action taken by the above the democratic primary to be held

Mr. Dan Cappleman returned yes- Huntsman (Merkel-Lurline Bridges. M mn- merchants is -reatly ap- June 16th.
tertay afternoon from Gainesvilla Vocal Solo. "-hen Summer Tells preciat""d, and whenever it is in their I am sincerely grateful to the peo-
wbere be has been attending the mni. Autumn Good Bye- (Helf-Miss An- powr 1 reiprocate in any manner pie of the several counties in the
versity for the past year. na Savage. thne-, il! la(lly do so. state of Florida for the magnificent
-- Instrumental, 1! Troacr-.-Clar.i OMISSION vote given me in the first primary. I
Mahes nsruenal "! roatr&C 1r AN OMISSION rI onz h atta ti o ee
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mathews Johnson. ___recognize the fact that it is not mere-
came up from Candler Wednesday to Class Chorus "The Moon is B-ain- Ir. .-intiit thi list of vtte-ans foty a perol tribute, but that they
votFed as they did because, they beIiev.
see his brother, Mr. Sam Mathews, ing." :',. ii crcs--s of honor at the un-i nt rpl pse b" e
who has been very sick for the past Miss Harrington had as her guss i e nis at the ,ldication in the principles presented by me
wewek.conoiosa the dicin! test~lmp and in mv address
two weks. besides her class Mr. and Mr'. \. . ('onfelf rar monurn.n in this on he sump an my aress
Little. Mrs. P. R. Lester. Mrs. W. \V ,N'. .,. .",h. the nan. o B. ,' prir'ted andl s+-nt out to the people.
Mr. Joe Baskin was in from Antho- Clyatt Mrs. S. S. Savage. Mrs. T. H "-* of 'r vv ,v-s: national:, I herein assur th peple)p-' that If
t Ms .S.Svg,-f. T. horn Oxford ,%%asni, t St t-s inaao
ny yesterday. He says that he has Johnson Miss 'olie Clark an, i , nonnate.1 .nite, Stats fnator
passed his second mile post beyond f nni, Wl,. ,l:-:,.r ,;ah,: wite. us that from this state. I will 1o all in my
hi.s three score and ten. It was a niatt.r 01 Tofl. '-, Xn rt,. s!plwT was a w o (- ine typ J)Otrto t)ff--,tiate -zis-ation that

We acknowledge a special invita- AMiss aa .h : . ,, . t i' W2 al,\a .. -1
couldl not be pro, ( T ln' c' .
tion to go to Jacksonville on the \ cou n t e prsn .:. .t ::, !! ..r j ,as <, ,t), !, .. .
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niona via Palatka next Monday. Joiti SILVER SPRINGS EXCURSICNS : ,.-{. .,.',..' -" : .,
The party and make it a merry ,on,. ___. .-_. -'- ..-T ti;,'.,
The Elegant Launch Wen ca A'; i .N ' "; -, .. -.
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Hon. Frank W. Pope

Of Jacksonville

Will Speak at the Court House

in OCALA on

Saturday Afternoon

Promptly at 3:30

In the interest of General Albert W. Gilchrist,

candidate for Governor of Florida. Mr.

Pope is one of the South's Lead-

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S-- There have been schools of journal- "Had the first primary been two This man Broward is a wonderful
PRANK HARIss jNa'j. (Prom a speech delivered by Justice ism without number, coming up as a weeks later I confidently believe that vote-getter.
.... ... _--- __Manmwr David J. Brewer of the United States flower by the gladsome sunshine, and I would have attained a majority oer e has made mistake ia
S- "--- --= supreme court, before the Pennsylva- being cut down and cast into the fur- in the naturall campaign been lam
n A nace--or word- to that effect-with both of my opponents ventured Gn. asted from one end of the state t
SiDia Arbitration and Peace Confer- the coming of a short week or two. Albert \W. Gilchrisi leading candidate he other, sneered defections on the
Seance. But of all the schools of journalism for governor of Florida, yesterday. ptri of some of his most valiant for
1B ~At the close of our civil war w-- not one can claim to come within a .I i,,i r uppers talk his audiences
owed about In th -lo n a li t on ihna "t Was a race i:1 wCiich- I gained t! .iO'tr tkdhiadene
t~ iB ^ oved about $:),. .0 p)0. In th- dozen blocks of the success attending
twenty-five or thirty years following the school of journalism of the 'nio- trpnth as the ccnepa;n )ro -' pr'. with several degrees of hheart
that we paid two-thirds of that debt. versitv of Kansas. The strenuous I en-avor,, to r,,nlucr a clean. hon- icrous blunders-bt
Since then. although during the lastveit ofana. Tesruusfir'lvhildcos
iSitnce then" arthuwh hduriung the lasml lesson taught, and still to be taught. orabio campaign. andi t' rhis nPl IIh1' shows up as high man in the first
m ^ Sten years we have had unexampled brought about the suspension of th- think I .ncree,,;.;. l Irni- no )er primary, with. a chance to win out ;i
prosperity, we hav not pawdid a dollar. College Journal-the official organ of sonal a-rackI., off.-red ni .sibterfgc., h Secnd.
Tour flag and my flag. and how i: ft: and we owe today, as we did at th the class of journalism. It only la.t- .,, Mr. Broward is entitled to some dis-
today: end of the Spanish war, $,- 'ed one edition. an .., a.l .: t.. s ,
In yur land and my land and half the t .for h prilcs
world away; H i The faculty of tho university hav- no )lc I o of congressmen. Four years ago Hon.
Soe red and blood red its stripes for- How is this? I wrote to the chair- ng approved the establishment of th, littl, oraanizatlon in Dal conl Rlrt W. Davis voluntarily qut con-
ever gleam; man of te aproobatrtn comitDavistlevoluntarily in Dquitcolcon--
now t s l white man of the appropriations committee Journal, the students of journalism ant the same might ht- said in Hi l r,.s to run against Browarl and was
owforefathersnd ouwhite; the g.l of the hm-e and he gave me the ta- went to work with a vengeance. Thev ,.ar, his yar Hn. William B.
Sky blue and true blue. with stars th3t ble from which I copied these figures. went in forreform, with a caliA horo countyv-a mere pitrance again-t h a .
gla"rgt;cjla l.aniar f, 'wsook his certain congtres-
Thegleam rignof the day a sh- In th- last ten years the total appro- R. They attacked everybody and V a sta orga a tiono tr ot ex j o try conclusions o iro
11b goried guidon of the flay. a sh,+l- p re c n t n i _. W r- .
ter though the night. priations for the army were $g19),000,- Perience ant staniin. Wh r- six
(Oforeoiteryti. They grilled the mayor, th. we, ks ago I shouhldhn a ." po t : machinist, ani rocei t
Ya(1a. Of course I omit giving anything council. the board of education anle ago I should have en gla l'i -reatment
Your flag and my flag. and oh. but round figures. This is exclusive. the police and fire departments. They haw broken ev.n wcth Mr. hv boe e aStc,,:,n
m u ch it ho ld s '_I -,ion .i-rh e-r s, th e p ol ceand'irenep a t m e t .,. T oya rI
Your land and my land secure with i of pensions. For the prior ten years published the street number esultsoff v th first hout s zpoof a, pfit by thase exan la.,
Its folds: h appropriations were o 2 o how a growing -cantidiacv can ,,-, -
Your heart and my heart beat quick- the appropriations were only $24. joint, of every sort. in the city of La'.v- I n c,-, the opportunity should e.r
at the sight. 00r.4,0041. During;, the last ten vears ^i .' ^*. come andl d.sii ant!,- Thi^ verv strr.;;z
at the sight; O,,4. During thie last ten y-ears rence. The gave the names of th come ani disnantl h r *a iiil present itself to h t
Sun-kissed and wind-tossed. the re.d the appropriations for the navv wer-h proprietors of the joints, the nams ,. hOls of an Ol )onnt.
and blue and white" 'riprieres t r. .:'s tte ho.-A in a search fo:
Theone flag. the great flag, the flag f-)r 07.00,0. The ten ypars prior their arke+epers and other atend-a pura!iv, of 17,,, ,,,.
me and you $ or an excess in the ap- ant. and they told where chack-a.lic'-. over MNIr. S!ockt,)n i vhn h,) ,.r.
Glorified all else beside.. the r*-l an I ant and naytldwevyd--c. eiu ihwve.tedeorI
white and blue e. propriations for the army and nfav fro poker and other interestln-. ar1 carrie't my o town an Floridd.i. now calle, upon to 1ra.-
during the last ten years over ga s wethrpeg av (.ouiit\ o orwhelminl'y. I think thiS
---g--auiK e i s i n > rs o e ii ^ i s w ere played. T hey gave rh ., ,,*i '. <'id,. t,'tw en a m an w ho w ouhld ,to
prior ten years of $1.119f"t(<000 That fact will bear sonie, wj!Zht wirh thil r
FRIDAYprior ten years of $1119...00. That names of the lookouts and woun.,l Ui, ,, ,onor an.d credit to the state in the
rn M T nA .iw ^ .h v n tn idtenisn l wh w' '. otrs i;T Floridia :n rti sco pri.
FRIDAY. MAY 29. 1908 is why we have not paid the national bv giving the namos of the owners o)f nired States senate, and a man w'
Mr. Henry ~ de~t. the proert ., The mary. I d'o nor .ay this to) wot'iti brin t. it riul and ditru
Mr. Henry M. Flagler Is spending a debt.the property. The demanded with iary I, .r this to hnmilia
month at Hot Springs, Va., for rest In all sincerity I want to ask you i virti,)Us indignation, and in the namn mty I),my t.l but I think that w- js e h d o
and recuperation. this nation any better with its magng- of an outraged public, why the may- in my place h.. oull hav, jutreson I t r f oda e
ficent fleet of ironclad and its large i* clos joints andi and I ani certain would feel )rot;d ,> ; .f
or ,siln't close th. joints and wh y i -,behr. rthe conclusion would he in-
Florida tomatoes are reported as army than it would have been if it the police didn't raid them. Finally the fact. e;ae ra they deserve, in unstint
getting ver- scarce in New York. Now had paid its national debt and stood they appealed to the judge of the cir- "No) o:ti cr, ol1, tee (o, ):', aiw),!-lci:- aieasutre. Barnti s casr ittion
Is the time to push them. today as the one great nation on the cu court to intrpose his authority e o t h rr rh vor:' o .t ,o ik ae.-
face of the earth not owing a dollar? an m n a special rand jury Foria halT ai n". .:ha!t wi%!,'bin
--o n s on a sp-cial grand jur to -Tmp: Nws.
Eggs are getting shy in the big It costs to fire a single shell out of lone o reform which a few lay- ;tn ,
single compni~lete th, evcylone of reform vwhichafe hy A 7t'ul:qii
markets. This means well for the those twelve-inch guns as much as i hh (Jouirnal of the Universitv of Ka. ', > t GILCHRIST FOR GOVERNORai
shippers. will cost to support an ordinary fan- sas. in th, e city of Lawrence, hatd :ro pr 'it, n, .... i m:,': I shal ot, r-.--
ily tor a year. and th,' trouble wi'h sTirrd iu p. on primary (it a .ete- .hiof ,rth fromt en g
A large per cent. of the Beard andt Japan at the close of its war w ith Ti iruitjg ha aconlo1at- ination to Ain. Sh I n) e mas of primary election returns
lamar vote will go to Fletcher in th Russia is that it is hampered with a a hm He has mmonee each an cor,'i tlp fr.) dtefar withr, ml', t-.a this stage o the game-that Ae)
se c o, n d p ri m a ry d e b t th at n a rd ly a rry ) illa n ~ m r + ~ v n t w l i z t ) ( r n + .
econd primary ebt that it can hardly carry. O vrvone of the staff of the Journal. noe, ay 'n willi t (on w. ;ilchrist is easily the leader in
gework ftfor th+- bst ih, t r,,s of Florida 1.-i ttg-rnatorial race anti that th-
Georgia made a scoop on Florida great secretary of state at Rio '.t from the managing editor down t) flt ll
this year. and got peaches into Jack- neiro pleaded for peace twn t' the copy boy-for all are college men an it nocrac-T i voic of th peopl, from l parrs f
sonville before any of the Florida nations of this contin-n. -to appear before his grand jury an MONEY AND THE PRIMARY rt. .i ats hachn l tftel in pro;st
growers. You may be ableo to water stock, tell all they know. and also to imparr tais rh machine system o sta
________wer_____._ -But You cannot water a debt. even to the jurors bow they came to know' I ne or thm th he o!'n nr an h m who P-
~ ~~~~~~~~~It i.-;t,)rtunato, 'or th,,m, that ',, o ,.n tna d t, e ho rlr.
The wonder is how Platt and DePew national debt. The other ,lay our great it and where they got their informa- candidates for I'nited States senator n tha svst thir candiat-
ever got to be waators from Ne x president called a conference at Wash- tion-antd chaos reigns in the sane- and governor i are ampl al)le r o i- for office.
York with its enligened consUtituen- ington of governors to consider what tum.--Conimercial Union. a rMr. Stockton, whose. vain claims
cy. could be done to preserve our nation- nance their campaign, for each hav-e
al resources from destruction. Tho THE TALE OF TWO COUNTIES spent thousands of dollars in the ha he- woul be nominated in t
Mr. J. N. Str has begun serv- surplus excess of our military andi na- ---- campaigns they have made. A man fir:t primary wore reiterated ip i u
lag his three ye s sentence. He has val expenditure for the last ten years In Duval county (Mr. Stockton': of mtoderatei mean- caln announce for th clos ghofth poll be hit a
been assigned to the turpentine farms would have reclaimed every arid acrt home county) Mr. Gilchrist receive Unitedl States senator, congressman. porters throughout, coill be put a
at Rye. within the limits of the country. 3046 votes; Mr. Stockton received governor ol an- o: the state offc'!. poor second in thl race anot. cn h-)
would have given us magnificent ca- 1338 votes. but this is about as far as he can get second irivarn., will be most cn'-
Great stonu vrsited Oklahoma nals. stretching from the north to the In DeSoto county (Mr. Gllchrist's under the primary sv.\tem without plei'lv and agnominously fsnor th
tinder" by an advance of votes for th.,
Sunday. Taortation by all rail- south. How is it we have not. when home county) Mr. Gilchrist received putting a mortgage on his home-- o th people, the man of char-
roads was entirely cut off. The dam- times of peace came. as promtply as 1167 votes; Mr. Stockton receive Deand News. i acter an independence, the man whdr
ae to property was very great. possible paid our debts as we were in- 636 votes. What will become of the defeated stands for an administration of the

Govrnr To^ of Minneta structed by our first president? In other words. Mr. Gilchrist re- candidate-the poor fellow who has office of governor in the interest o:
sayshator paLssg of aMoinesbi We are told we must be ready fo- ceived in his home ocunty nearly do'- spent all the money he had or could the people rather than of a politic il
y l of othe bill war; we are told that there are in- ble as many votes as Mr. Stockton, borrow in this race? Will he corn- combination.
will ose S Taft the presiden- numerable claims in behalf of our and in Mr. Stockton's home county h, mit suicide, join the "hobo' arm'. go The Evening News is especially
tla wm a.t_. citizens piled up in the state depart- actually received double as many fishing, or go to work? Will he bob u\ gratified at the vote in his count;'.

"Papa, what are spirit rappls?" ments. We have heard of the crupl- votes as Mr. Stockton. with two hun- again at the very next opportunity en. (ilehrist being the choice of an
"Spirit wripai my son, must b? ties in the Congo country; we have drell and sixty-eight votes to spar. and try the costly experiment over Ioverwhelming majority of our peop:
the clothes te angels wear."-Hous- heard of the outrages charged to havo And yet we were told that Mr. Stock- again? The primary system makes it while, in ocri.ns of the state remote
ton Post. been perpetrated in Macedonia and ton was going to sweep the state lik, extremely hazardous tfor a poor man from his ome. this favorite of th,
-- -_ Armenia. We have heard the cry ef a broom. to offer himself for office. He either ocracy has mde a :, manif-
The dollar that never fails to return the Jews of Russia that they were -
with several others from the cash persecuted. The Ocala Banner says that the goes broke and is elected l an then en St)ig
drawer from whence came, is the Has any ironclad moveil in any 1 state primaries and the democratic fins that the offie doesn't pay enough The News herewith cr h i-
drawer from whence 4t came. is the "a rminno 1i ii to recoup him. or he got-, broke anii1itbecncuin
one paid to the local plr;nter.-Nixon reaction to put an end to those atr')- party have about come to the parting to r ecoup hin or he oe broke ant vitabl concl sion
(Tex.) News. cities? of the wavs. We suspect the wish J isn't elected, in a hich oeent he must ENERL G;IIe'RIST WII.
-O-- Our genial friend. Secretary Titit, father to the thought in this case.- fall by the wayside a hopeless wreck THE NEXT )VERNOR OF FI.OR-
The returns oontin ie to come in said: "It is wise to send the fl ,et Pensacola Journal. or l)gin the attl of his life anw. D-Tampa Nws.
slowly front, th.- different counties I:n around the Orient to put the ironclad The Ocala Banner favored the sta- TTp).itiical arna i mnuch lik th(GILCHRIST'S MANAGER CLAIMS
the state. Th on'y new county offi- into the eyes of the Orientals.' primaries because it saw in them hop)o gaiblin tablh On, must risk L
cdally reported since onr last issue is The idea of putting an ironclad into for the poor mani. but when it is conl- to in nitich. and the percentageg LEAD OF 4500
Escambia county. Admiral Togo's eyes does border on frontoi with the fact that it costs ani.- is nearly always- against t he pI)lav+,r. (it Hadquarrers. Alrt X ;
the humorous. Why. the .lapanes.-. where from $lo..,e to $5i.0iat )0 The Evening Nows hopes that non- h
A movement is on fo:n)t to compel know more about our fleets an-i o1: make a i)rimary race, it wants 10 of the defeated candidates in thi- A careful tabulation of retii-r. wi!l
the labeling of storage eggs as such. ironclads and their equipment than know what show there is in the pri countv will lbe Forced to register at gi' Gen. Gilchrist an unquesrionale
This will facilitate the selling of we do ourselves, and I do not think mary for the poor man? That's all. It the county farm.-Tampa News. lad of ov forty-tive hundred vore.
fresh eggs. The storage egg is al- that we need to put ironclads into th. begins to look like the primary is a CENTRAL PARK'S OILED ROAD The rtrns from counties et to
most n. g. eyes of the Chinese. luxury that the poor man connot at- heard from will not. from the es in

The Lusitania has again arrived :n I noticed the other day that Admir- ford. Kick. kick,. kick. ani then kick!, formation, vary these figures much.
Tne Lusitania has again arrived :n aEvans-well, everybody likes him. Som--m-n-are born tha y ant Bitt it anything, it will increase Ge i.
New York with three records broken cannot help liking him; he is a bluff The Ocala Banner sees the mani- Somt ,men are born that way a Gilchrisndt s lead. He made a splendid
--the highest average speed, the brief- old sailor, brave, true- but I see in fest destiny in the case and says: can't help it. i
est trip over the long course across the paler that he says if there were "Mr. Bryan now seems to have a- The roads ot Central Park ar ilchrit desire to express
the ocean, and the highest day's run. more ironclads and few er statesmen clear pathway to the presidential tng oiled. Terrible' It will stop th i
nominatio at Denver."ewer statesnendust and save the roads and ad,i to his thnks to the people and his mane
The house committee on banking there would be less danger ot war. nao the comfort of all cd friends throu t the state for concerned.
and currency has voted by a hand- Such logic as that is unanswerable. In doubt that the Banner will put in But-some en s- vote they have given him.
some majority to recommend the other words, if we had more guns and good. strong, steady and honest licks oinet tor lookin at tie fly't h o tir
,, k-.. A4 B ^ --i mlutini fewer people to shoot them there for the Nebraskan from the moment ointment for okin at the fly: an skort
1 a--.,- ,,-a......- nt. tfool van "tell wh wesh li support.



Which Broke Out in Different Pak
-Nothing Would Help Him-
Mother Almost in Despair-Skin
Quickly Healed WithoutaScar and
Trouble Has Never Returned


"Several month ago, m y little boy.
now two and a half years o d, began to
break out with
Itchingsorwm. I
began to doc-
to him, and -
s oon &-4 1 got
A T the.t'a bealed up
(. Vl ^'in, ne place th.-v
would break ou0
S- \ '* in another. I
i .'*' f ^^ f was almost in
despair. I could
-' . not getanythin
,7.' that would heip
him. One even-
l"V ing I reads te?-
-' timonial from a
lady who had cured her little boy with
Cuticura. I began to uste the Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment, and after
using them three times, the sores com-
menced to heal. He is now well. and
not a scar is left on his body. Thev
have never returned nor Wt him with
bad blood. as one would think. ('uti-
cura Remediei are tho best I have ever
tried, and they are surely grvat. I
shall alwa.,4 h ive them in the houme.
handy, and shall highly r commend
them to any one who is offeringg likewise.
I cannot give them too much prai ,.
Mrs. William (Geoling. 102 Wa-hingt.,c
St., Attica, Ind., July 22, 1907."

From little patches of eczema. tette-,
milk crust, psoriasis, etc.. on the sk.n.
scalp, or hands of infant.4., children. ',r
adults are instantly relieved an-i sp1',l-
ily cured, in the majority of cases. by
warm baths with Cutic',ira Soap and
gentle anointinrg. with (C'uticura Oint-
ment, the great Skin Cure, a.misted,.
when necessary, by mild "if 'iti-
cura Resolvent. ('iticira Remedies are
guaranteed absolutely pure.
"ftew% "mp f25e to Ocu 8 t 1 ftt Cms.
eura Ointment (50c to lihel the Ctt--
cur Reovent (50e.).'or In the form =k 01t"
.Itm Pt!I 25C. pcr vital ot60 to Puritfy the B io'L
ld thro iout the w rld. Pntter Dfiu & ('1boa
Corp.. Sole Prove.. RNoton. M.Va'.
nr"Maifed 're, Cuutcum Boola o "a DUm i.

l.ogicall' th, life of Thoma-, '.
PIirT shwhull ha.,- ben short. a..s :
was ar on- "in' i f..'.?flf 'inrly n *rr In
his old ag,. brok.n ph.-sicdll\, di'.l
in politic-.. *ii. *le-,pise',i inl '"'ash rinTr !. t,.'s (..t b.. 1, -
mistic ,liffic'tlt i, he present a pit.
fiil picture of the- delin, of a life rum--
.pont. and ener~i,-. and aItltri.s ni.
,iirected. There is no public man .a
whom the public ha5 .o litrle frlen.i
Iv interest. If it ha., feen madl, **.'
appear in th, litigation instirutpj )V
Miss Wood. st-nographer. postof-ic
employ e. lawyer, journalist. seltz,.
wAat*r (rrnrniirfr

"'- i 'l Fglsqpt- l 10111 1 1 U1 L% -UUl .
that r he oddi man had bNe n giiilrt .i'
nior- than was ,xr s-.)r',-ri in the f -i
t,'r. g-niiin' or forgebi, in which th,"-
appeare"l in the "I ; iru 3
)ol- fool'--'Courier .Journ:il

Mr. S .1 SIig h of '!rav -a's 'ha
'i-,. pineap!)!, 'r,)P i. ioo) t anIt '. -
ir-, rtunnlig tinll Fruit i> iro an.i
plump .an-f s, far h;i, earrioe- w-h'
Th-ro will not !e ,...r. havy .-:.'
nlouts. at anyv rini*, as "h- biom i.
tirr. g !ti r. > ')mni t -art y ntld ot !ti ljr
\\' ha ,'- hail pllnry o" rain ala *,.
" hie h in.-,i r..s gs ,)d1 r;,:r rh.' .- *:.
ihrtou.h Shipnm-nrt- ,f t,aliatow'is ar-
,i htr andi p'-..i s A'A ) '?-q)h:a l
" '.a nn <'s l'h o ,,-.( ,'i,t- ,-r -( ; .- ..4 -
.11 t l'loC A T ddC' r p -
Miss \VWynno. ono of ho nitt,t- b-aj
riful women or N-w Yo)rk. .,i. tr-
[y'lia Pinkham Mdicine (Comp)any f)"
using hber photograph and a fake' t,-
timonial of their me'dicines, ani r-
co)veredl $6e<. Col Jack Chinn .)'
Kentucky suedt a patent medicine com
pany for a similar offen-e anI re'o.
-re-l $25'),.. Had Colonel Chinn beban
a pretty woman he may ha-. reco-.-r
.d a larger sum.
I Tulldfp A . I o,.-i f P'.It D m


1 ^

* 1w

-M A N T6-M X L KA O!a
Ihe Aati-Soou LAgue beUieving1 UMENT ---
tat It Aldi t hague elehving I U---"I am told that your husband plays
I it beld in Its haods eIgty per- Hawkinsvtile. Ga., May 2", 194-.S. billiards every night at the clubs-
oet. th white voters in Marion To the Editor Ocala Banner: plays for nloney, too," said the anx-
ant, turned itself into a political Some one, possibly you, was kind ions mother to her newly married
machine and with this "big stick" i enough to send me a copy of the Ban-i daughter.
waded into the primary, with a deto,- ntr of the 26th of April, with the pro- "That's all right. mother." cheerful-
minaton to dictate who should fill -ceedings of the unveiling ceremonies ly responded the young wife. "He
ery county office.
Aoio the Marion county Confederate gives me all his winnings"-
Although I never voted a wet lie,.- monument. "What? Do you"ng
et In my life. and could not vote mo nuent"What Do you--
I in it was a pleasant surprise. for I hoti "And ht- always plays with Mr.
the late wet and dry election. as nl-,1 n upi<-frIt~ the Late wet and dr election, as nv nti heard of the plan of raising this Nextd(oor."
nme was improrly stricken off an Ilorial shaft until it had been cor- "What difference can that make?"
put inlto a pseiflCt from which I no- lVatdifernc cn tatmaeI
tfinftoeein earoo w if onlod- phltedi anl dedicated. The ladies. o- "Mrs. Nextiloor makes her husband
ed fifteen years ago.I found the sa. t Hawkiusville. Ga.. expect to unveil give her his winnings, too, and she
"big stick oing w on omy h 1:iitheir monument on June 3rd. if the! gives the mimey to me and I hand her
with all of ins fury and had it not 'I "ontractor has it in position at that what my husband won from hers. and
been for a few old friends. whose af- Tivile. It %.ill ^ ^^^ ^^asmc
been for a fe- old friends, whose ac- rime. It will be much like that ia so we both have about twice as much
tio0 s are governed by reason and no. 0(-iaa. with a statue each, of (;Gneril money as we could get out of them
by passion. I would have been kn(ock- L.e0 and general l Jackson on thie has,-. o h.-rwise.--('hicago Journal.
ed out. But even under this furiou antil on- of a orinate soldier on thi.,
and unjust attack I did not go back T)oi ot the colunin. BILIOUSNESS AND CONSTIPATION
n my "'dr.' t"rinis., although tht ali ** ingt heielesc iription. you r',- V,,r yearz I wa- trubl,!d with bi!-
own relatives were fighting n. port a i i. o )n- uns a onstipatin which male
pot 1.or as ilh," W')Y'is j i l )1 ida fl)l'- ;1E' !1-1 constiT~ati')fl. which ma le
"Eighty per cent. of the whites aret uI Irii- lif'., mi'r:-ible f.)r ne. My appetite
fdtl i lI aUe. I Ilost nmy liual f, rce an-i
dry." yet Gilchrist leads Stockt(,.. vitality. P.',sin prejparaations and ca-
Ayer is a wet man" yet I am for It. on briisi T. l.artit s only ;n:ite i mnatt.r.s wrse. I
Atkter is a west man." etl lth fo It i it- know wh'-r, I should have been
Stockton. first, last and all the tin'.. Penned i ipoets and by sab .ts. :,, a ia,1 I itoit tri.d chamberlainn'. ;
Ot because I know that he is "dr ".- Shall 0o son,1.iin ,d)own the. a.**." !' Stocli>a .ndl Liv'r Tabl.ts. The tab-
but because I know that he is cleit;, i,,;I- r.-liiv.- th. ill fteling ait once.
i, str.,n 'th,,n th., ,lig+.stive functi,)ns, pu-
and honest and will make the b.-- I vi,,u ha\- c()i.<(l th-, qiotaton ,if. th- h. -ti,'n'l. liver and bl,)odl. ,help-
governor for the common people. iverltatini. a sit is ilt-erib,,i on the, i ig tb,' systt*-i to d*1 it. work natural-
ALFR D marl te c o ha -- Mr. s l).;t Po,)tts. Birminghanm. Al.i.
AI.rDc AYER. nmarblel, thn thee sciipo-] has m TadThi..- tab!--ts are fir sale by all drug-
ane error. The qwtotation is fromt Fati- m
PARK TRAMMELL GRATEFUL 'ei" Rvan'[s fanious ,lir,. -'The c ,- LIFE ON THE EAST COAST
'Tn the Citzen -iquere.i Banner." and corrctlyv ;'L:t`-: ,1 A
To the Citizens of Plorida- "

With all the gratitude of an api)r'-
ciative nature I wish to thank tbhe
many thousand who favored me wi'lh
their support in the recent primar:..
I am extremely grateful for the nma'-
nificent vote giv*n me for attorney
general, and hae only the kin<1-.:
feeling for those who from their ow!,
honest reasons and high privili- .
4 cnsT their ballo:s for my opponem. I
shal! in the f:;inrr, wi!h incroas-e,
endeavor. strive to he a loyal, true,
and aggressive servan, of the whole
people, and hope to merit a continue
tion of the confidence of the peopl)
of Florida.
Respect fully.
Lakeland. Fla.. May 2. 190 .


William G. Jennings, Prsident Jack-
sonville, Fla.
I fav-- the nomination and election
of William Jennings Bryan as presi-
dent of the United States. Enroll my
name as a member of the Bryan Club.
(Signed .........................


To the Democratic Voters of Florida
Glad to have you sign and mail the
above application of membership in
the Bryan Club. J. M. BARRS.
-8Vw Chairman.

M Fishel Seys






I~b wigh).Sold
Pe m La as:Eyptima otu:six


A MtO M G aow ana di sfectant
P2006 Mi uerW pea or In the tM&l
C ,d cloth It drives away
MSOMworAy. Twelve hbeets In a
-tL arrtOe prepmid, cents;
K cetM6 If drWut doe
Powder Weris, election Ml
CIt lowift Is.

- .. - i I Vms

"For its fainme on b)rihtest p)ae-
Sting by pow's. penned by sagos.
Shall go sounding down iho a.g.-,'."

In mali,in, sutcl qluolationT1i tl,.,
shoutil reai e'er'at t. ct litrari',,
itlak the co:'re'til ,xc'rplt troinl r '>ith-
er Ryan's p(oeni pnblsh).,d in Wmn. (l;'-
miore Sinimns' "\War Poe'rvy ," '1-
Soutth.'" !ssi;el in t*'l;7.
It womlqi hav h i be n a ;i at pi<. -(ii'
to have been with ;h- )o,)d wonioen
Dickison Chapler andml my cainrallts o f1
Marion Camp on that occasion. I kas.
with he camp andi chapter in Athen.4.
Ga.. on the 2Nlth. when the ce-rfi)-
ies w.:e;-- held in the chapel of t Ow'
State IViiversity.
L3.-st year's memorial day the iadies.;
,tf Siidney [.anier Chap)ter. Macon. Ga..
levied on your humnible servant. At
present I am grooming myself for the
big reunion at Birmingham in June.,
where I hope to meet a large delega-
tion from the "Alligaor State."
The "Cracker State" is in the throes
of the warmest political campaign ex-
perienced since "Reconstruction."
"Little Joe Brown," conducting a very
quiet campaign, has gotten "Big Hoke
Smith" thoroughly frightened, and
the conditions justify the wild fears
of the governor, causing him to rush
over the state as fast as steam and
wheels can take him. making some-
times two and three speeches a day.
and for the future, up to the day of
the primary, engaged for speeches.
At the inception of "Little Joe's"
candidacy "Big Hoke" regarded it as
a huge joke. and announced that h-
would treat it with' silent contempt.
making one address each in the eleven
congressional districts. But the land-
slide of ballots away from his follow-
ing thoroughly alarmed the governor.
and h- is now making a rushing, hu-
ricane campaign, trying to hold a-;
much of his former following as he
can to his failing fortunes..
The agony is over in the "Alligator
irate"-that of the first primary.
Over here in the "Cracker State" there
will be but one primary, as there are
aut two candidates for governor, and
the possibility of a tie is exceedingly

At this writing the re..isult in Florida
is not sufficiently known herc to tell
whether you people wiil have to en-
dure a second primary.

New Cure for Stomach

The Postoffice Drugstore Gives the
Ocala Banner Readers a Chance
to Try It

Po)ii)ano Tomato Point.
Sea breezes., Horsefly J.oint:
!.a-si"e smiling. happy day-
'l,.ieir j-ailr;i.ill certainly 1pay.

ThT' 1inl!'oa,-.l (omlp'any and South-
t'e'L EXp)"' ,.,
ini<'lir'' S sill :,,il SaIxion. I must
co 'll ,
G;et all the l man,. n let' n leet-r tell.
Tha'I mi n'k., r . isbroke as tr-.
-0. C. RUSH.


By Using the Celebrated Burrowes'
Rustless Screens
Keeps out ties and mosquitoes and
does away with the annoyance of nets.
Also have Duidose's hardwood floors,
laid over your old floors without any
Inconvenience. The only sanitary
floors in use. W. E. DuBose, 318 W.
Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. 4-24-w


Ot the tweit'y-two miles of DeLand-
Daytona road to be hard-surfaced.
thirteen of it has practically been
completed. Contractor Cannons is
now sending out shell from the pit
south of town eight miles toward Day-
tona. and a force is at work on the
coast end. Cannon has made big
progress on the road during the last
two month---Volusia County Record.-


A brick front painted with L. & M.
Paint 25 years ago and not painted
since, may be seen at 472 Bergen St..
Brooklyn, New York. Paint with L
& M. Brillian Red and trim with Sha-
ker Green or White. Te body won't
need painting in 25 years. Mclver
& MacKay, .. & M. Paint Agents. 2a

Knight's Ky now has a ?eal post-
'office, ande mail can novw be sent there
as safely as to other points in the
state. Heretofore the mail was sent
Ther', inl care' of the railroad company,
timroughi the Miami postoffice. The
new office wi!l be a great convenience
to travelers to and from the keys andti
to parties wbo) are yachting in that
v'icinii.- Miami News-Record.

"In February our daughter had the
whooping cough. Mr. Lane of Hart-
land recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and said it gave his
customers the best satisfaction. We
found it as he said, and can recommend
it to anyone having children troubled
with whooping cough," says Mrs. A.
Goss of Durand. Mich. For sale by all
druggists, m
MRA 1^ 1

Since nobody knows when. people MODERN UIAONQ51
have suffered from indigestion, sick -
.... ^..- ;i. .. n 1 ,,- lit lli .- has


The Savannah News has been re-or-
ganized, and was not sold, as direct-
ed by the will of its owner, the late
Colonel J. H. Estill.
A part of the stock was acquired b..
some of the employes, who were con-
nected with the paper for many years.
Saturday a meeting of the new own-
ers was held and the corporation was
organized. The property will here-
after be managed by a board of direct-
ors composed of Messrs. F. G. Bell.
Mills B. Lane. E. N. Hancock. G. A.
Gregory and T. P. Ravenel.
Mr. F. G. Bell was chosen president
and Mr. G. A. Gregory secretary of
the corporation.
Mr. Bell has been the business man-
ager andt treasurer of the Morning
News for many years and will be its
There will be no change in the edi-
torial management, MI'. E. N. Hancock
as editor, and Mr. G. A. Gregory as
managing editor, will continue in
charge of the editorial department.
The men who are at the head of tht
corl)oration were connected with the
paper for many years under its late
owner and were entrusted by him
with the direction of its affairs.


Whilc the spring trade developed
no snapl) in any line of business, naval
stores included. spirits seem to have*
steadied up with some little better-
ient in demand the past week. an(d
the price was accordingly sustained
at 42 to 42 1-2 cents, with several
buyers taking supplies. Factors show
great confidence in the future of the
article and are inclined to believe th:it
the market will not see the lower a:l-
uties that were anticipated. They ex-
pect receipts to get down to a parity
with last year after this month and
believe that the lower values as coin-
pared with the past three vears, will


consulnlprion.-Sah. Naval

Stores Review.


This story from Tennessee about
an eminent supreme court justice
who wrote an important opinion in
his sleep suggests an explanation of
many things.-Ohio State Journal.

B. G. Stewart, a merchant or Cedar
Grove, Miss., says: "I tell my custom-
ers when they buy a box of Dr. King's
New Life Pills they get the worth of
that much gold in weight, if afflicted
with constipation, malaria or bilious-
ness." Sold under guarantee at Ty-
dings & Co's. drug store, m


Rollins College
College. Academy and Schools of Music, Expression. Fine Arts. Domes-
tic and Industrial Arts and Business.
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now going up; electric light;
steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health conditions; fine gym-
nasium, athletic field; tennis courts, golf links: baseball and basket ball
teams, champions of Florida this year. Nearly a quarter of a million dollar
endowment; expenses moderate; scholarships available Christian. but unde-
nominational; stands for




Next session begins October 7. For catalogues address the President.




Winter Park, Florida.


Standard Makes of Plumbing Goods, Gas Engines, Pumps, Irrigating Plants
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Installed Complete. Estilmates promptly saut
mitted on any Work in our line.

P.O0. Box No.944


Voters from the country say that
the next legislative race will be "nip
and tuck" between Messrs. Light and
Bittinger. Efforts will be made to ar-
range a joint debate between them.

o'op N06 370

Because he was about to be married
again, George Sterry, 72 years old, was
shot and killed in New York Wedmee,
day by his son, George Sterry. Jr.
The younger man committed suicide.

- I





We buy slow selling goods in small

I quanities, so they will not get old and stale.




If you will visit our store you will agree that

are looking out for the health of our customers, for

our store is kept in a SANITARY CONDITION.

We never allow anything to stay in our store long

enough to become old, therefore you always get new


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mrl; WF'


"' thaA he elevtd to oMoe by reaon ADDITIONAL LOCAL NOTICE NOTICE.
*-- of our ballot? Very respectfully. the Fifth Ju
op "t tMr. P. Bil- B. P. BILLINGSLEY. Mr. W. W. Carlton of Crystal River In the Circuit Court Fifth Judi- n the Circuit Court o FtJ
af icial Circuit of Florida, in and f.)i
3ilCrci f lrda nan o Marion County-Iln Chancey-
DEMOCATIC8ALL-is in Ocala on a visit to his sister, Marion County-In C(h.incerv. John R. Williams Complainant, vs
tie wtor Oca Banner: THE BIG DEMOCRATIC RALLY'Mrs. H. M. Hampton. John R. Williams. Corpipnant. vs. Charles W. White. et al.. Defend
C Jha Re W. W hlite e, Cmi. zal.Dfn- atsOdrfrCnfit~
As much as I dislike newspaper no- AND BARBECUE AT MICANOPY Charles W. White e al. Defend- ants-Order for Constructive er
,ty. and as muck as I am disin- -- Attorneys DaVant and Coogler, ants-( tre.r for Con-stuctive S- SvP d nae
; antt--.,andlanfor Conas Iuaimedisi'- icee
eed to parade myself or make l The beginning of the second pri- two bright young lawyers of Brooks- t i defendants herein named to-wit" the
It is ordere"a.that henndyfendanto Jae t
lon my views in public, justice to mary, to use the slang of the street, ville, were in Ocala yesterday on pro-hrein named, to-wit CharlesV a re r reto pper to the bl
S lend and ma impels me tonotie "puled off t Micanopv Wednes- sional business before Judge Bul- White, The Consolidate.l Chititu Corn- f complaint in this cause on or befor
the c .l c of the Banner lock. pany, a corporation ;mnd.-r the laws Monday. the 6th day of July. 1908.
Ifraf h oun rtie Banner ^gy peleoMiapv of the state of Arizona. The Travel- It is further ordered that a cop)y o
g tecoun ofday. The good people of MicanoPy1,lftesaeo nnThTrv
S article appearing in yesterday af-did not iss their calculations. It I lers"' Insrance Company. corpora- thi riderr be published once a wee
terMiNo's Evetning Star over the sig-! Judge Hocker, who came home to ion under ,he lav of the tate (f anh consecutive weeks inh,
of B. P. BilUnfl~key,+ -eationd |was a big rally and a big barbecue- vote, after visiting Lake county, has ,Connecticut, Mary K. Orr. e an(d the la Banner a newspaper publi
in of P. Bilinnslea-captonedtI.
'9._ -^."_.* !The crowd was estimated anywhere returned to his j-Idicial duties at Ta!-!Ere hereby require'l to appear to the ln .ai ,,ndy a Aril. 1908.
-e writer yesterday reflects upon from one thousand to fifteen hundred, lahassee. He will not participate in bill of complaint filed in this case on T Ar. K .
meas ei mn h ubrwr ra h Seoorriay before Monday, the f;th (lay of Julyv, ('Clerk 'ir("uit '(e',,rt. Marion C'o.. Fin~
the second primary.o;190S. BT" H. B. FOy. Jr.. D. C,
Joe. P. ka)Oway, first, because he is Among the number were a great. 1.,.
maey women andt chlrn an to i Frngo It is further ordered that a copy ot 0. T. GREEN.
m anoer county. !many women and children, and to the Mr. and Mrs. Frank '. Long of this order be published once a week! Conpiainant's Soli.itor. -1.
it this Is against Galloway, why jil
_If ti l stformer was largely due the success oft Hoider were in the city ye~terilav, for four consecutive weeks in the
-l : l itall~ Sim Sistrunk. who is! c" Bne," espprpulse NE TI'F.
the m ifit Sim Sistrunk. who s t dinner, which wasIthe latter coming in to have some Ocala Banner, a newspaper publi.-h< n ,
Li Lvy county, and whom my yen- ti e magnificent dnner which was i d (county and state. r ,'utr, .
i dental Thworthklydone. They tNv.'ii ircit'irl oraain il f
mabie father gave his first position enough to have fed twice the number, I w d This 20th day f Mre i- i said onyn
panned by their little ,laughter. ST. S1STRtVNK. Mj i-. .'~~uvI 'ace
Sthis county, to-wit: Deputy clerk and to spare. It did rot fall short b Clerk Circuit Court, .Mariion Co., Fla. ha" ..- W. iiJ-. .. l l ,,.fn
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon Co.,ji Fln
* the circuit court., either in quality or abundance Its r E. P. Guerant returned yester- By H. B. Fo:, Jr., D.C. an r--o.r f.r '.,:.strt-ti" .Ir
0. ET..uerntrtuneGREEN-BYH B F,.,JrD.C
Who gainsalys Sim Sistrunk's effi- praise was on the lips of all. day from Jacksonville, where he went .T. GREEN, ice.
leocy? Who questions his integri-n Notwithstanding the political lines on professional business. He assist- Complainant's Soicitor. .. : Jas M. Sflt
NOTIE ,and Ja:n,+ ( Jt,,lnsofl, be anil thew
y? Who assails his character, moral- are being drawn more taut and ti ed State Veterintrian Mahaffy in sur- NOTICE h r o ear .h
o dcially, officially or otherwise? 'candidates are becoming more aggres- gical work. I N --- hry roplied tin thi aue.
Answer, if you please, Mr. "Choose sive and personal, these feelings aire i In the Circuit Court of the Fifth .Judi-tr before the 6th day of July. 1P9,.
Wisely." apparently not communicated to the Editor Bittinger is donning his cial Circuit of Florida in ard for Ma- It is further ordered that a copy
Take W. W. Clyatt, Jr., a success- crowd, among whom good cheer pre-ifighting clothes and is beginning to John R Willnas Coha inantc. ve ry.t ordaner a ntblise h
-hnR oo froom Levy. countyli nttr antedci vad neighbor spoke pleasantly ke a aggressive canvass. He Charles W. hite et al. Def.'n- in, ot
ft aoef Leycut, valuedd and neighbor spoke l)iea.-antly aea ggesv anas ei Charles WV. White et al. Defend Insi (onva tt.

t M barios county. lscreon uiyat cto neighbor and every faIg passed off warming up. In the meanwhile ants-Order for Constructive Ser- Thi- 2Sth -ay ,f April. 190S.
e and cheerily as a ar Light's friends say that he is not vice. T. SISTRIN.
my o? ri belly d l a ar L f s It is ordered that th- defendants 'lerk ir wiL a? riage bell. hi idle and is shelling the woods. His herein named, to-wit: Charles W. By H. B. Foy, Jr., I .
Take L. L Carney, from not only It was stated by his opponents that friends s.y that Ocala will have to White, The Consolidated Chititu Corn- (. T GREEN.
=otber county, but from another Mr. Gilchrist had been so completely give a big vote to head him off. Pany, a corporation under the laws of Complainant's Solicitor. -.
gtt. Will you, because of this, dis- done up and discomfited on tbe stump the state or Arizona, The Travellers' NOTICE
dit him? by his adversary that he was in hid. Dr and Mrs J Wilson of Ken- Insurance Company, a corporation un- In he Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi-
by his adversary that hew Dr. an Mrs. A. J. der the laws of the state of Connecti- r.ial Cir'uit of Florida, in and fr
Take Hewry Gordon. our sheriff, ing and would not make his appear- tucky, who have been the guests for cut, Mary K. Orr, be and they are Marion unty-In Chancery.
WIl you discredit him because he is dance in the second primary, but the some time of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Car- hereby required to appear to the bill John R. Williams. Complainant. vs.
gm another county than Marion. first face to be seen was that of the ney, left yesterday for a short visit of complaint riled in this cause on )r Charles W. White. et al, Defendants.
Take Alfred Ayer, our efficient tax genial "gentleman from DeSoto," but with Dr. and Mrs. W. Moore Scott of before Monday, the t dth Iay of July. -rr for Construtive Service.
asesor recently re-elected against his adversary "came up missing." He Savannah. Later on the" will go to 1908. further ordered tat a copy of Insrn a. orronn-
msessor, re-eecd ~~ns ~' ~ g. ~er on ~-. go to It is further ordered that a copy of hri aet-i:TeTaee
a Bat worthy young man, and. I was, however, very enthusiastically Kentucky for the suninmmer. Their this order be published once a week Inr th laws of the state ofConnect-
think, Marion county born. Will you represented by Dr. Montgomery of many friends in Ocala will be glad to for four consecutive vw-ceks in the ic-t: Mary K. Orr and Charles W.
discredit him? Mlcanopy. learn that they will return to the city Ocala Banner. a nwlPser published W'nite. be and they are hrby requir-
Will you discredit Henry C. Sis- General Gilchrist spoke for onO next winter. Mrs. Carney and Mrs. This a2 ctho lan of 1ta fil.t in this oate hi lr bofre Mon-
tru k, our worthy city clerk, and Car- hour. and along the lines that he has Scott are daughters of Dr. and Mrs. S. T. SISTRUNK. day, the 1st (ay of Junm. 19(0S
bs L. Sistrunk, our able city attor- spoken in other places. He said that Wilson. Clerk- Circuit Court. Mlarion Co., FlIa. i rer r pub led tha acop n-
By vHF. 13. Fuv, J r., DI. C. li~Cwesi h cl anr
mey, because each and both of them his political and private life had all y 0 T. v, r. D. '.B
lesr+.tivoc pwlili she in th s (aid Banner
mre not from Marion county? been spent on the side of temperance. A letter from Mr. Thomas H. Har- O.T SN. nt atr publish+Tn(l in said cr mn2v.
((o;apidanai I s Solic'i;o ._ t t h:
Answer! That he had never in all his life sig-,- ris. under Elate of May 25. from Fort T < ay pr. 190.
In point of fact Joe Bell, county ed a whiskey petition nor voted on V Worthl. Texas, says that the down- NOTICE T. SISTRI'NK.
Judge, and Tom Pasteur. county treas- the wet side. On the contrary, he had 'pour of rain was something fearflti. |' hu,,,i ;,rt Marion (',,.. FK'c
-i lb n h, (-i '-('t i ('0111't Of theil t-'i !) i- y H . : .
urer, are the only city or county offi- been aci'ivP on the other sit,, of the i( coi (tinued longer thai any he ha( l i ah ('hircult (. lorila.' in ail l-" ,..R..N..
cerm born and raised in Marion CcuC1.n- qutl-.tion. anti in lthe pres'im coolest ,' ,v r coil'n. ile t-aid that it loo;>,l io"eil E .. < y Ii ( "
tyand now holding office herein. the governor, even if he w '', ,li.t}>--j',' "v.indows oa' heaven'" had inolw(* J.ohil R. \\Vi; ".:-. ('hodrngfOe: rptit. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE FOR
Where are you from. my friend. B1! ed to (do so 0 ^oo , a, il ti t- r '.'' ', ni. Th' nx! ,r,' h i sa,! :t' \V V'. ', ;4 ,'.11a- FINAL DISCHARGE
linglgsl y u? nYon iVno w. ye i,:, vi'iifl TO!" .;ib i'. *n n .,.1, : \': *,*:, ;tUl l e !.if.! "*')lo w ; (tcK.- 1 it r ( n- :"':: S h '';(* Notlce is hereby given that on the
'I : '.,' .... *- 1 : : >., ,t ; i .,- ': ,' s e v e n te e n th ,la y o f A u g u s t A D 1 9 0 8,
born nor raised in M arioi CtunI ".-. coll.; itII", ; 'nIenTdi:.l'lt piF W n "'' ?! i*.i. 'r, -.-'. '. '::Jre ,' h-ti *in !idtii ',. '.. ": .'i, .1 S .T at the nour of ten o'clock a. m., the un-
Shall we ,liscre .it you on thi S c.ove ; th, i, :l.h i ,a ( i ,' i. ... : : ," (lOr.:iznel, as the administrator of the
.m should run :or nurblic ' " :,; :' *;" :' '+ 1' + "":" .. .. :s
Yo ~oi u c ''lc(, hi- ;'... X'" 2I~''' t-, ~ ,:, ... ,,:2 '!:'. ,- o ' ~ '' state of James It. Howard, late of
SGelloway s-rrvi po,; 1, w--. :, ; :, (,aion county, deceased, will make
...o'- ~ .-'v d ~ ~ ~ IB ~ O -. "0*"(, I!., :. -,' \ :I ..; t
Sr ., ', l" ."i Ipplicaion to the County Judge for
a d. S. .er co .ir?. t.r a nu ..lrtT. ( .. L.1l'. ,:' : r *;. s '.. .. M arion C county, FP orid a. for a fi nal
y'ea~r H-e ('t4 to M. \ ai'".Of ".,":il :;I-7-' in "** ,^1 ; *L : -; -+, } ;.. ... ; ^ .- ..' ' ,M;,:;,.y A i ':* *' ** : l .c a f h ? a m n s r t o f s i
..d....' :' i"'' . ... -~ .,, '- . .j '' '~ ...'. :- "' i '> .; ' (i~eharge of his adrnini, tration of said
with "b | r-co < -. ;i. ', .\ \ : r ', ], p' ,a',', .' .; ' Aestate, alnd at the same time present
., ,a as al ., o -. ' ii L Tiq final accounts. H.
d .nan a s an y. ,n ( v,r }, ,.:,.. :-, ,.,,, , :, *,'::; ;,, , .:} ;,''.. .. ** ,,, -., .,:! .. >h,, ; '- ,>, ,,: ,, , , :. :,' : :" i --,. t 2- i- r JA M E S H H O W A R D .
...... ,i 'Cm- _J ES
tio n (-t official niis:e.:SanlC e r .' ,- -ir a ,v :.'i fl -, '-" .. . .* '. i t af'! JI, ;,',' 1 '.h. ii. ': o' " " , ... .
feasance. nor any char. P. SU n .n I '.t.i :i' d.i-(..1.(. :i' :*-' (r'p iJ':;')=j)c is tli'y i ;i a N 1r;N ."
or cla:mn that he had enmhezzlfd ju,!-; D:'. *' il;glP.verV. in ii .ep1v. -ai1 anY ,' i,'s. !t ,a.-. hI sav' > j r '' A A I
c lary- funds, r in,:viol-:ifal'. h 'i , n that i;- .'. 1s *'**' aia iii \lr. H 'I s T;' Cattle or other property. .. ,v;s i ( r. (,.lctri0. o1 ".< ''. ,4 ,1 _,,;in i.. .': i.v to (;. .,2.-
"is true Mr. Gaflloway wvent inTO for gcv'ern(or, and hail --,-l;t tit-ee lan-in- 'a ( it iNt tile fliry of tee sOTCrm
the saioon business. dred an.. sxty thousand dollars t, ;- w;.-Tkipp jd ll' travI4' Inthel Circuii( Court o tl: Pifih ',.- ,lS
He paid his license. The state. !lv spent in Mr. Gilchrist's election: that -- cial Cireii t of F'ioriia, in an,; r.'
vote of this counivty, authorized an. f< "( )Ill) T'. Nr w;i';:,'. ; .iiion ,otv 'a almost as v.-ell Marion Couity---' nicerv.
an, t ,+,+f("."e+s were Mr! ... in 'un y-;: ':mlr,
kg tiniatized this bhiirness as it i,1* an, w, y, eieavoring o allyl other. Hlictnd ctoding to f1011 t)('it i Charles \V. \Whii,, ,t ,.,. ),efe;dal is
OrrforCm:ralieSri" PUJRE FOODJ WHI..
any other. He conhucitel i t.i,,t ,. p(,!ic..- ," loriia. an, -v',u1 bonest';y. -Twas ,istastefvl t( .n. ,o! ;e- \% .ool n'ien v. o ti. l', I ay as Ala<-huaa. Ainon It orfler l < fenitt
HBe sold out as soon as ,,he could. Shc-,r wold hand tog ethor and ,'reveit w.tle(se ,., t Wre .1r. and Mrs. 'M. herein named., t'o-v, i': -,n "' LIQU 1RS. A 1\ A]'.
,eessitV forced him to accept a po- !e e: 1 .' t'h.. .is elemnt o -w w].-,, | Payno anid'\,I Mr. E. S. Pnlriih of Failr- al .l .an, aos0 '. e a n ..
ltion thereafter in a -. loon a, a sr..- .1(.'.. N. C. tS (,l'n ,'(od(. a! ,lI W''"'' !i,,1. .'M'. a.i Mi's. l.,,l'ie E.twa Is ,hill of c(,m plint 'h: ay. To his employer he h.s '1i aum.- ,, a aoai;us .' ."
faithful: to te patrons of the -al :'. o to : sp:k f "or it:'., o.-,' F ''onf, a, M.d .iM:. n nry Ilv in, -ii- A gihst. 1-k t\.
be has he. -n eour eots, thin anl ho lr ;',' alm] : ': 3ntl'- ," E,- (>- I r' 1' 1 ir-. I):1- \is of t is f i'Ii (: '. -" ' "
I Ihis o' 1wI' jli'- 1 A ''
Thr.'ueghou'z :. .: ^ crifjc1 in -, .... was alc : 'his line. H. s ,o.v : 'itm .. Mr. Vi1'',n i 1'. StiTli 1 o' |,or. t'.l o i,'^ \ .i- i. ; 'P
Ipon the lTm'3r of the r.,-'ec '--' :" i .,., *,,'.>... ('.':";i'i \'' v i ,'n La M' *Vill Sbni h (3 \ ac m'i'ta. Mr.s. cal' Ban . ... :.. .
poseI by a lar, e 0',. d'ut.. ;en. ta:.,- : l:',j ,i i'",,i :' o rv ,' cuI ."- t .i'.! N. i "l M r- W \V. Ge( i r f i sai ( 1 a .( .o'- -.'tr..;. IW
M I. J l"') S N(t '
fly. he. Jobin P. Gallow y. ha- '"-" ,-. ';i4chr;sf- eirciin. ;'Vi '- Mr..l, n S. and M WV. `aThis "-,,Vh ,_ (, May. ,', ; on i.:s
a mu an an,! a .eenTlt, nan.. v '. ......:il.h, s.. -i h 'i s.:,:I:! ";.. .'Alien o1 M cle o -h. ana ; h ,,l,.l ,l....... (' . '' na, io n .' y !i., ii. 2 onia'o e sai.i x 'rt ",' r..- .('roi, 1ih.ll hh' u p r s ; o Po:By H1. 1. -',v ..:'., 1). ( P." ze for 4 "t. Bottles
R .1L'''. ,L i,, [ '. 1 n to' 'r,- .| :'T1 l''e F K )a nn',- 0 T oT",'0 ;N n
,, , : rC !. ^*. i ; n .. ..'io _,-.^ ;- : .ir R .. . .. . . . . ;...
-':-Ipiiiil s5 :,li y on H:.s oW n 2iC'i't:- a. '4 "i !.' St ot.fl i.,' o 'sv '" '*. '- o," ,_, -I..
The IoTlowing is ehe ticito' w" a]npo.i w!t P1n ou'ganlia io1. lie s.8i 1 Me.ssrs. Broward and Fl ,tei'- V '..'re; NOT.rCE : ( o ; ,y .............
Which M1'. Bullock's 'lther is a ;'o:.', ha: outsit, of two otr tere.. (.tntis t!.o master ai ee'chts of h, ,iay an! n hir,, ci ".1 : C'.,.',',,f ,t' 'i' t .I ;,ti- Tiir( $ at oy,-. .. . . . .1. 1..-,,'
Chcoae W isely 'in the state there was no Gilchrist or-| both agree that the cro'.,! was a; ios? Ciial 'i (', i (,I 01 ri~ta. in t,'.'i 1,' n, Star j-. .............
-- .he Voters of Marion Coun ": animation. bu if the Large sums or a "nit with the latter splm1,.kT:i. Trhor- .Ml.,,i,,K ('o'tITv--]n ('?;mn'.,v. .."
WVaI.ter S B':tt',s. C'mpllainant. ''s. fl!at- Fi u', Star Ry'-...............5.;,
The result of the first pri a'.ry ,. c- money that Dr. Montgomery said wv<"e said he madeo a most gr-a +e'f'l,,'i'c, flor .Et-ol c
lt!oill-{ ( hluountain ('on------ '--
tlon shows us plainly that we ;iu>: i flooding the state thaT thor, would le fitl and captivating oration, which Construct Srvi. .......... .
Choose one of two men for our nex' some sort of an organization, and he stamped him as the true orator. Mr.. It is*it, Thr the .i'fendant Forsx'h- Square Rye. .......... e.4,
rtlriff. would have been apprised of it. He Fletch-r spoke at Williston vester'ay herin nle^,l o-wit flat ti(' ates. eSgar val,,. ('o
-""be anti she is Ile reby reqiuire~t to ap- Ifl-,...... (;rn ........... .,o
One whose life Ias been spent in said that h, was making ,is own an, Governor Broward at Plant Ciy pe;ar toE the hmill of complaint filed in Harris Levy & ("o........... :.(
our county, a man who lead^. a 1I>.' campaign and was footing his own yest' r(ay morning. Tampa in the at'- this cause on or hetfrr Monday, the Duval Club Rye .,-
ealculated to better society, a man bills. ternoon and at Bradentown at night. ,r, ,lday of August. 19->s. .. *.** >
who hag made a success of himself. 'i1-~'r' ^nh Rvnwnr, ^d M Plpteho. It is further ordlrVXed that a c;py o1' White Oak Tenn., Whiskey.... 4.f







* i

Do rUl Want ., i. your
warEf-s at a discun:. I mean Lhe
._an _- g "' )(s| ftr I non*eY.
This i f iaN I,,, o i, i a .iIly
question, a s many would think,
.whv ,Ve'r1l v.-l;lt to save
money." .i *b ,.''. ult some
(i,,;'t ki,'v. ,,rw. right here
" w,iL ti, ivw you the way and
plact y',, en the road where
the savia:g in a years time will
helu v,,u to build a home.

My store sells most every-
thing. anti for cash only.
When you trade here, you
do not have to pay book keep-
er's salaries for nice books, and,
last but not least, you don't
have to pay for those who don't
pay their accounts.
What is sold in my store is
of standard make. and if an
item does not prove satisfaeto- ,
ry. I will gladly exchange it. or-
refund the full purchase price
and do it with a smile.

Pie ise Try Me ()nce


Proprietor oftIe







Express Collect
r r <;,I .
jA .,n Si randion R' e . 0
a'--.'n h(lf, R ........ ... . l ..
' I ( osyi h" S .j o . .... . . .
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' ;f (:'y O h oun : a:'t ,-n. .. . . 50

X Ki(,wa C'orn.... .......... ...
' Sugar Vallv Corn .(.'... .. "; Q
) Canton, Maryland, Rye. stamp-
) ed, straight, 5 years old...... 3.50
Silver Stream Bourbon. 2 stamp-
ed. straight. 5 years old...... ,50
) Iron Chancellor Rye.. s,,m,,


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The Senioar Class Holds Annual Commencement Exercises at the Baptist Church s Essays, Orations, Music, I

I- Brown Wins Class Medal for 1907-08.
A lo her term of the Ocala Higi the 87th and 97th meridians, exten- I gence. and that h b can become a good France which covered 35,000 acre forest officers and ten have sta
l i has been brought to anucces. Ing at least as far up as Lake Super- citizen. Not very long ago there was have been planted In forests a in reservations.
I~ tdso ad-e aebe lne nfrssa~ n-srationalfrs.saeojce
tl conclusion, and the graduating ex- ior. Great numbers also went to the a time when it was a serious ques- stead of being a constant threat
erces of the class of 1OS have Bahamas, where colonists had already tion whether the Indians could be ed-
asse into history csf 0 a been planted. and then to Florida. anI' ucated and merge themselves into farmers now are producing valuable cm
secf inte Misors Rfrom this. our native state thw:I American life as civilized men. The crops of wood: 2,6)00.,)00 acres of the industry of the region is c
rThe class included Messrs. Ralph K. spread all over the eastern part ,,f first schools were short lived. Grad- marshes hav-e been changed from a ed, resources locked up settle
yROlnwon, Lawrence Price and Misses the continent. Perhaps in no mon-e uaily. however, much better progress worthless condition into forest value-i prohibited and future growth mac
SAnnie Margaret Atkinson. Genevieve eloquent language can we doscribp was made through, the fact that th at $1'.0 0. In Franc forestry most impossible. This decish
theEthel Smith an early ndian than i that t Indians came in contact with civilized given when the real facts con
thel Smith and Mary Gates, all r r Sprague: man and observed his ways and in- has. then. decreased the dangers from them are not known. Some
whom have made a splendid record "Not many genertion- ago. where (ustries. The triumph of civilization, floods and dunes, which threatened that they wi
ftr the excellent work they have ac- You sit. encircled with all that exas the power of prosperity, the wonders to lay waste vast fields and has added th w lfo
complished during their school years and embellishes civilized life. the rank industrial art, all made a deep im- millions of dollars to the national pioatnd they we f p
The Baptist church where the ex- thistle nodded in the wind. and the pression on the Red Man. Then came atl axale property for the suppo
ercises were held was Packed to theI wild fox dug his hole unscared. Here the industrial school. The influence Russi a compriss two-thirds of th- schools. The government pay
ereias werei~ herld, w her thed to thistled anddloed inotherwnd rand the being s ionth e an.rTena me w hoeleyoetae fErp n x hihtefrssaelctdt
drs, any being forced to lived and loved another race of beings. of the new school is already widely a ex-itaxes, but it pays those count
or, umany being forced to stand Beneath the same sun that rolls over manifest, for young Indians are every- ports over $30,00o.000 worth of wood.-
during the evening, but so anxious your head the Indian hunter pursued where drifting into industrial life, and she saw the necessity of forestry b- cent. oftallthe rectsare locatedfrom te
were all to see the graduates that they the panting deer: gazing on the same they will continue this progress as fore the time of want had come, and tibr
were not at all unwilling to stand, moon that smiles for you. the Indian civilization presses in around them in was not forced into it for self-proter- aes eate
lover wooed his dusky maid. Here ian ever narrowing circle. Personal tion, as were Germany and France. ae tempra us beae
Judge W. S. Bullockpied at the the wigwam blaze beamed on the te- contact has been the mainspring of the ewas convin ced of the ir value left to burn up and become va
eercise and the large attendance der and helpless, and th,1 council f Indian progress In this country the lessons other countries learned and barren, and are quite vayu
a the brilliant exercise was; a glared on the wise anti daring. Now The present &,stem of education is by actual experience. Forests of nat- t national
W e~did ribute o Mr. J H. Inoth. 6btheholatiifnal
ald tribute to Mr. J. H. Work- they dip their noble limbs in or coi)lex. exteusve and costly, but it ura growth, wch hold shifting ands he ho
iaI, the energetic and intellectual lakes, and now they paddle th light is an economy in the end. In theory to protect the banks of rivers, canals road funds over $17000 and
Yo principal of the school., and o canoe along your rocky shores. He at least the !'ndian is trained so that and other waters, and prevent .va-a wl be ga ra
all who have the cause of public ed- was the echoing whoop, th e lool hen oportuity is granted him, he hes, are free from taxes, and for- ter e nae
ucation in our city so .uch at heart. was the ir h oop, tb- 1),orhl 1. ; vk'-"n o ty te him, he est-planting for that purpose is o year
TBde pianou y solo bc Mt e grapple, the defying death song: an.i can hrlp himself, and theory has been s t axd fo that yfose t u t "
and everything merited the generous when the tiger strife wa, ovr, her, tairly well demonstrated by results.,rt a s m. Hmh r o Ms in
applause given. Fifty-nine per cent. of te total area there are only thr sources
Curled the s, o:, of p-ace. Her'e. too. in a financial way education has of Japan is under forests. and al- which the national wealth is dr
T stage was prettily and ars-they worshipped, and t from man- ,o ho". it.,-lf ir 1 o.- Hill. a graduate of og t ios e
-in -.n th, law ,enar m'c.t of the U. of ., though Japan imports morl timteo and they are the soil, the forests
ticallydeckedi ferns, flowers and dawrlwbosomiwnt up a t'r-ent prir} dv, law ;ina1 ii i -it oft e n U. of V., 1
the class colors, and with the gradu- to the Grat Spirit. H. lhd n l t who ias rcoa !:-,l as the richest man than she exports, she exports over the mines. To produce this w
edthesasacton orell. Teti one the i. dolare wort f oodan te r se soilustr Imaeprora t3i
ates, teachers. trustees, etc.. rmten the Inian. His wealth is one mlon dollars worth of woo
d ery rd ant pitue I ntoe e hi l aw a orle no, tale;n-tey tei.t four million of matches-, and the an-wthe forest lan s must be manage
very radiant picture. I deton. hu- had tracai ttem on thep ^ ate wstirnlated at $a,500,.-
After the invocation by Rev. G. H. Ibles of their heart,.. The poor cInii. t [" i :1 political way. the Indians nual revenue is now $S.000.OC0. Th, as to produce a valuable crop
Harrison, followed by a delightfulnew no the God of v hae two ntme ers in the senate, one management of Japanesl forestry yer There are records where
dered piano solo by Miss Jean tion. ut the G of theo universe I fro Kanas a nd one from Oklahoma. dates back to the time before t he ests as large a the state of R
Teague, Mr. Ralph Robinson. the first acknowledged i everything. so lr u- educ t the Io ndin id not biro th of Christ an during t tim Island have been destroyed in a
of the graduates, delivered the follow- He beheld Him in thle star that suk ly k s'ators and millionaires of the early Christians forest lan- days by ire. This means a los
ing very fine oration: in b eaut:. behind his loni- li ,u o a "w them, but civilize the ing on water-sheds to prevent floot i millions and millions of llars.
Sa as t nwin th s.cre or) that flamed on i, wholo tribe. a;,i have good law abied- w as enforced. As a result Ja pres ervation depes entirely
THE AMERICAN INDIAN from his midday throne, in the flowt-r ing citizens in place of the half-civil- alone among the nations began o- the interest taken by the ctizns.
Thae problem o how the continent that snapped in the morning l)rezo. ized rae. and in this way make tl ern industrial progress. evolution of tlis time change
of North America came to be settl the lofty pin that defied a thous- future of the Indians as rich in intel- China is the only civilized country tings, and eve cos

ttof North Amteric aet e ete the lofty pie thla the deied Ratou-! -- wbeha eni elyim ossbed hfi ere notadhesi nrec .tew
Is ote that will doubtless never be and whirlwinds., in the timid warblers stctua an iIi t,, riotu.velopntt as which has destroyed her forests, analyzed, and a problem aolved
slene to the ateisati onu b t alss ne t bunever left its native grove in thothe past has ien filled with the ro- without making an effort to replace will bring the mot good upon
solved to the satisfaction of all. The thtn~ etisntv rv. In h
emeant and almost tragic struggle of them, therefore brin ging upon hers elf whole country. Import ant as is
old theory that the Indians are fearless eagle whose untired pinion the race. two costly calamities-floods and w, wood aspect of this question, th
w a w t n lo d s i t or hat1th a .
rac of men descended from a tritbe oftwas wet in clouds in the worm t terane. thid of n
Asiaties that crossed Behring Strait crawled at his feet, and in his own He was vociferously applauded and ter-famine. Her hills have been largn, ter aspect is more important. It
is ft sinking into oblivion. The matchless form, glowing with a spark was the recipient of many encomiums. ly stripped of all vegetation and her not yet been proven that forests
I fopas sdin oo th r ofothat light to whose mysterious T The chores. "Morning Visitation," soil is completely left to the mercy cr"a the rainfall, but if the ar
-e t"e spouositio ty cisititd r ofen tha lht to whose mystrious' t wtroyetl, drouths and likewise uif
po-source he bent in humble though blindbyth-graduates, assisted by others of the floods. Trees have behn taken follow.eWater.runsedownve bai
iag the second glacial epoch whe- adoration." of the class, was pleasingly sung. from every place possible. and no- hard surface with a rush, all at c
great sheets of ice covered over one-n t i Annie Atknson read an essay where in the world has the soil been It runs down a spongy, soft
halt of the North American continent AlthIha aseIaa. c onshsmotn n o uhds-, lae ffrss ihu
the glaciated portions were as unfit the ocean came the pilgrims' bark, on the important and now much dis- so cleaned of forests. Without trees, res t
f r Te an astea se bearing the seeds of life and death. missed subject of "Forestry," which water cannot be retained at the high- the forest acts like a big sponge
for man as the snow caps ofH Green- e ar ng the Inda showed very t thoughtful and thorough er levels, therefore cannot be fed to soaks up the water, checks it
lItd are today. Therefore it is not The former were sown for you: th. o
st~rmage that the population for many- latter sprang tip in the path & I the resar"h. WU rint Miss Atkinson's the lower soils or to the springs. The rushing down all at once, and br
centrie clsterd aoun theequ- smplenatveessay in frill: result is that even on plains the wa- about an even flow during the w
ce tu i s l st r d r un he e ua im l n tve, ter level is too far beneath, the suc-
tonial zone since the climatic condi- The Indians were able to annihilate IFORESTRY face to be used. Agriculture would sao.Weetesoe r
Ulous were better. [the early settlers, as they did Ral- be entirely impossible if it were not adtesi nrtcetew
Adas civilization the world ov~r 1eigh's colonists. Soon they found th~l Forestry is not a new subject. Two for irrigation and the terracing of ties of soil, gradually filling up
clings to the temperate zone it is not [colony under Capt. Smith too strong! thousandd y'ears ago it was discussed hillsides by which the rains are made reservoirs and canals and causing
srprising to learn that the most civ- so they were pushed from the shores.! and has been studied and applied to wash the soil into small fields
l~ted of the early Indian tribes lived lNext the Pilgrim lands in New Enz- eve r since. The sources of forestry whose edges are propped up by walls. emen. dmg oteirgto
In the torrid zone, which was at that land, and the Red Man is driven from do, not vary. but depend upon natural Nearly one-third of Canada is for-ten
time the same as the temperate zone the shore, and the Wqhite Man gets a 'laws, which are being carried out all est, and her net exports of wood are New England, destitute of m
of today. The Indians of this region foothold. Then it is not long before the timle. Mr. Cleveland, Jr., sug- over 2,000,000 tons a year, which, i and precious metals, and practi(
were the most highly- civilized when the WVhite Man gain.-; control of the'1 gest,, thait we take- forestry- as a yard- just twice that of the United State3. without agriculture, depends upon
they were fount by the white man. whole eastern shore, as far west as! stick with which, to measure the Now, that all Europe is falling behind forests, streams and manufacto
, They had already established such the Apalachian mountains. .Tealous- height of a civilization. The foremost every year in the production of woodi, The latter grew up because of the
cities as Yucatan. Honduras. Guate- ics arose among the Indians. sofle nation is the one that has pursued for- the present indications are that the ter power, and these water poi

mala and other Central American fouh.t within some of the white men t-) estrvy most widely and systematically, countries which lead as exporters of are dependent upon the uniform
states, whose population once numi- destroy their clansmen, thus aiding'-and the nation that has overlooked it wood will have to cut short their sui)- of the streams. Cutting the for
bered hundreds of thousands. the white men to destroy Indian pow- is rm-d "backward." With a little ply. England, who has been depend- seriously impairs the evenness of
Perhaps tue nearest approach tolo er forever To illustrate this takti study it will be seen that those coua- ing upon foreign supplies of wood. stream flow, causing floods
civilization in ancient America was for examples the Algonquins and the tries which have gone farthest in the and the leading importer of wood. will drouthsw andthr th reatening
reached in the Peruvian Andes, where Iroquois-the Algonquins friends f I u<^, of forestry- a:'e the ones which have to count thore and more upon we cmntie
a tribe known as the Incas subdued ithe French Canadians, the Iroquois today nre the most prosperous, whi h Canada. whole communities.
the neighboring tribes and became allies to the English.. and the ople ha least proortin of waste When ('olumbus dis(overd America The utility of water-power in
governing class of a nobility with itse of New York. land, and which have the most prom- in 1492, the western hemisphere was south Has been greatly increased
p r a c t i c a lyga w i d e r n e s s ofab o u n l e s s I rwn s m i t i ngse l e t r i c i t y c onre.
own chieftain, called especially the The Indians. since the landing of ising futures, practically a wilderness of boundless transmitting electricity, consqu
Inca, as a king of the whole, the white men. have been driven from The German empire today has forests. No other part of the world ly electricity has become "the po
These Incas formed something like pillow to post. and still they retain nearly 5,.000,000 acres of forest and equalled the beautiful and luxurious behind the south."
an empire. They built many good mil- their self respect. They are proudly has to import one-sixth of all the timber growth of thiL- continent. The secretary of th, American
itarv roads, and did something toward of their ancestry, and glory in the vir- wood she uses, making a considerable While the settlers laid waste some ,-' otry Association says That for
civilizing the tribes they conquered. tues of their race. drain upon her neighboring countries, the timber to build their homes they utilization of this power the forest
Their greatest population was in Peru. The North American Indians were Nearly two thousand years ago she burned 'millions of dollars worth of a balance wheel to stream-flow is
They had two domestic animals, th-' self supporting as long as they could felt the need of preserving her fores- logs in the process of clearing the soliitly indispensable. No system
llama, useful as a light beast of bui- roam the forests and plains. The try, and now she leads in scientific land for cultivation, and as the con- rervoir, howvr expensive,
den. and the alpaca, useful for its change came when all the valleys of thoroughness, and is increasing her try grew westward, the "'1)-o)ner ax mor" than .siipplnnt the forest,
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te re-i of lumber havw risen fifty per cent.
uring th, past h\e years and Is still
to b;- rising. Laitr nearly forty billion
that! feet of '-rabhr were cut. ot which thr
ionql railroads u.sed one-third. 1ur stand-
heck- ing timber is estimated to be some-
ment wht're ,Ietwepn fourteen hundr"t and
de al-, two thousand billion ftet If forty
)n s' billion are used annually it will Is
cern-' between thirty-five to fifty years.
claim what will the country have to offer to
taxa- the coming generation when all of tho
into trees are gone? In a few years large
more quantities of lumber will be import
rr of I into this country anti the import duty
s no alone will be in excess of the price
is ali of lumber now.
Super A bill was introduced in congr-s
sale! last winter, the purpo~ of which was
hands \to make a forest reserve of the im-
atter portant water-shed part of the Apa-
rally lachian system. The constitutionality
icant was denied by Representative Bar,-
eleqs I l-tt of Georgia. and it was held up by
I fo-- Speaker Cannon because the speaker
and said he was afraid of the Immom.
this cost. He certainly does not realize
each the tremendous need of his own coun-
says The trees destroyed, the law rums
from this way: "Shrubs. heat. sandbars
awn. drouth, desert, poverty!" Trme say-
and #d. it runneth thus: "Trees. moistur-.
Pal;n ; streams, rain. loam harvesting, mn!'"
-an.1 Miss Ellen Clarkson's piano solo
,d so by ('hanimade were thoroughly enjoy
each ed She is not only a very bright pa-
for- pil. but a clever pianist as well.
hod-' Th, rendition of "The Painter at
feV Sevil!.'" y Miss Mary Gats waa su-
;s (,f perb. She is the smallest member of
Th tlhe class, but in her delivery of this
upou famous poem. made hers-elf both seeu
The and heard to splendid advantage. She
s all had been well trained and was a great
d bhe credit to her instructors, and her
thit friends were very proud of her.
th.. The class history and prophecy in
the the bands of Miss Genevieve Smith.
wa- was particularly clever, and the blt*
has she got off on her classmates were re-
s in. ceived by them in great good humor.
Sde- and were likewise heartily enjoyed by
Dods the audience. Her piece was as fol-
rren. lows:
Mnce. .
SIt One bright moonlight night, after I
from had been selected to write the claw
ing.; history and prophecy, I was lying ia
hoi, the hammock, wondering what would
bare become of the members of my clas
Lters after graduation day. Suddenly. I
anti- lay there, the most beautiful womam
the I ever had seen came and stood by
;ir- me. I looked, filled with wonder and
sys- amazement. Then she spoke and
said: "You may well wonder, as you
lines have never seen me before, and prob-
eally ably never will again. I have come,
i it.A however, to help you with your class
ries. prophecy. To reveal what lies in the
wa- hitherto unknown future of each mem-
wers her. first you must tell roe what you

flow know about the members of your
ests class, as gained by your long associa-
the tion with thim. Then. if you desire.
andI I will reveal the future of each to
the you."
, f I told her that I would relate
history, as far as I could, in the order
the of their entrance into the Ocala High
for School, and I began at once as fol-
ient- lows:
)wer Mary and Ralph entered about the
same time, and are the only ones tl
For- the class having b,*en continuously
the through all the grades of the school.
as Mary has the great honor of being
ab- th- smallest girl who has ever grad-
n of iated from the Ocala High School.
cal She has always been very willing to
and hvip the teachers in times of trouble.



Miss Helen


AL-wo %*.


MIMI- k1TWl cIW ooE- mrne Im nM t w boa vocal and in-
Sstrumeatal musle will play a promi-
nent part. After she finishes there,
(Coamied from Page Nine.) she will go to Germany, wbhae she
-- will study music for several years,
,70 the paygm nds, although Ralph and will return to this country au ac-
ma took a great Interest In all the complished musician. She will iater
t B be was sever rouh, and wastake charge of the music dep-te.mcnt
S careftuld never to hurt the small- of a large university in WVisc).,!n,
er boys. nla the school room., on the that is yet to be established.
r hand, be haa always shown the
eatet a, c be has al eyhownrst, e "Annie will go to Wesleyan college
OW !iaptm with them ach er s t- and take a four years' course .he,(,
S -nne gwith them nornany -, after which she will return nd a.,ist
metaner giving them unnecessary _-. ,
ue nt additionm to all this Ralph Mr. Workman, who will th-n be a
tei own readt loyalty to the scRlp gray-headed old man, loaded down
h st be hat lotmnued in it through with his great responsibilities, and na
S bht school tlife, when he might longer capable of attending to every
ltse left and entered some other in- minor detail in the Ocala High School,
_tut-oL, but he has steadily remain- of which Annie will relieve him, until
With us. LaGrange shall have graduated from
Anto and I entered about the same the school and shall have taken a doc-
m. Annie's flrat years were spent tor's degree at Amherst, and until be
at the Felowship schooL Her favor- shall have received a position as sur
te study was geography, in which she geon on one of the great oc-an lii-
wm wry proAclent. On the other ers. Then she will, with mucn ic-
od she disliked spelling intensely, tance resign her position is teacher.
d would actually go so far as to cut and accompany him on his voyages,
the leaves out of every new spelling visiting many parts of the world.
book which her father would get, In "Ralph will enter the Massactu-
qdte of many reprimands. The most setts School of Technology next year.
Mba sing pan of this, however, is taking a course in civil engineering.
at the hooks she so mutilated were After he finishes there he will laI.
"Webster's Blue-Back Spellers"-rare up the construction of several of the
old book, with which some people greatest railways in America for a few
have never had the pleasure of be- years; then, just about the time the
eomfg intimately acquainted. An- Panama Canal is completed, the gyv-
ie bas taken a very active part in eminent will decide to drain the Ev
the High School department For the erglades, and will endeavor to fiji
last for years she has been one of someone to plan the work. After h-1
the three members of the "program has finished there he will become in-
eomtteer," and has taken a great in- terested in the transportation prob-
terest In looking up subjects for the lem, and will be at the head of a great
puwpams and arranging them, be- corporation operating a line of air-
ides taking part herself in carrying ships from New York to many parts
Mt the exercises. She seemed to en- of the world, for both passengers and
joy bein put on for debate, seeming freight.
alown to lose herself in her Interest "It is hardly necessary to tell what
In the subject under discussion. Lawrence will be, for everyone who
Annie is the only one in the class knows him knows that, with all his
ao Mr. Workman has honored by knowledge, it would be a sin for him
tkt her as a substitute in the ab- to be anything but a professor in
moma of a teacher. She has this year some great college. However, he will
aught several days, shouldering the study this summer, and take exam-
great responsibility with much grace, nations, with honors, at Harvard, to
The early part of my own school lif- the second year's work there. So it
wa spent at Miss Annie Sharpe's will take him only three years to get
gAooI, though the first year I went his "A. B." degree. He will then take
OD Miss Cohen's private school. Onej up other courses until he has a whole
acdent that impressed me greatly at'string of letters to his name. After
the Um? was my going to school the he takes as many degrees as he do-
ftrt Saturday to find no one there. 1 sires, or, more likely, as many as i.
had only to wait a short time till some possible to be had. he will become pro-
f my schoolmates passed that way. fesor of Latin and Greek at Yale. H
and seeing me, told me that there will have held this position but a fe'v
was no school on Saturday. 'years when he will be requested to b-
I entered this school six years a.o. come president of his Alma Matfr,
tn the eighth grade I had Mr. Van i which l)residiency he will gladly ac-
Bnt and Miss Hattie Dye as teach- cept. and will hold the balance of -is
era. One afternoon Mr. Van Brunt l active life."
told my desk-mate and me to stay n I Then, as the time came to hear 'A
the study ball, but instead, I leanel myself, I was wondering what was to
hemeath the desk until the others had be my fate-whether I should go to
m and he had left the room, then college for a few years, tour Europe
I went into the cloak-room and watch- in an automobile, spend a year in Mon-
1 him as he left the school grounds, tague, or what, I was aroused by hear-
CID he got out of sight, and then I left ing my name called: "Vieva, Vieva, it
-k building. The next afternoon I is time for you to come in!" And 10

m asurprised to hear Mr. Van Brunt my surprise and disappointment, papa
Ui me to remain for taking "French had awakened me before my own fate
Iave" the day before. I afterwa-ds was revealed. And thus again is bud-
Sod that my desk-mate had told orn ding genius nipped in the bud.
me. And thus lIs budding genius r<- Master Robert Clarkson next playe.l
wadel. e effect of this is shown a very pretty violin solo. This young
1 the tact that I never again attempt- boy is making marked progress on the
e m so lip off from study hall, but re- violin and has a bright musical fu-
i wAd and took my medicine with ture ahead of him.
O beat possible assumed grace. The commencement address was de-
Lawren, although he is now very livered by Dr. Andrew Sledd, presi-
ulor In attack, started to dent of the University of Florida at
sdol when he was nine years of a,,e Gainesville.
Swent the whole of one month% The Dr. Sledd is a brainy scholar, a bril-
mt year he also went one mon'.i. liant educator and captivating orator.
Mweve, the next year he entered the He is not unknown in Ocala, having
tul grade at White Springs, went delivered addresses and sermons
hat the year, and finished the year here on several previous occasions,
M Itake Butler. The following year and it was a matter of great delight
be catered the fifth grade, and finish- to everyone that Mr. Workman and
ad the seventh at the same place. Al- the graduates chose him to deliver th.-
tr this he went through .he ten*l, address this year, and he met the ea-
rade at the Dunnellon High School. ger anticipations of everyone of his
LZ year he entered the Ozala High hearers, and those who had never
eool in the eleventh grade and flii heard him before were charmed with
teIe the course here, having passed him. He is an educator of whom the
IM examiantlons with an enviable state is very proud.
Wade. In all his school life he has After his address the chorus sang
Sever received an open rebuke. He very sweetly the "Merry Dance."
Ua always been devoted to his books. Mr. Lawrence Price. the other

OCOUL IAWYoO Price, Robert Ai-
dersoB and Carl Lytle were not far
behind, and received honorable men-
Each of the graduates, besides be-
ing splendidly applauded and listen-
ed to most attentively, was almost
hidden by the quantity of flowers and
elaborate presents bestowed on them
by their friends and admirers.
Rev. R. H. Barnett pronounced thei

come. I snall push tnis campaign
vigorously and unremittingly, in every
legitimate and proper way to the end,
having faith in the combined judg-
ment and conscience of the people,
and depending upon them and not on
any political faction, clique, ring or
machine, or on any corporate or spec-
ial interest whatsoever.
I appeal to my friends all through
the state to give me the same loyal,
patriotic and unselfish support that
they have given me in the first pri-
mary, and to all who now favor my
election, to join us in the fight, and I
am sure we shall win a great victory,
not alone for ourselves, but for all thoe
people of the state and for good gov-
is not entirely free from disease On
the high elevations fevers prevail,
while on the lower levels malaria is
encountered to a greater or less ex-
tent. according to altitude. To over-
come climate affections, lassitude, ma-
laria, jaundice, biliousness, fever and
ague, and general debility, the mo4t
effective remedy is Electric Bitters,
the great alterative and blood purifier;


Of "ANY YEARS TO ft T~t BEulttL''CISCgot
TlLMtIANT5ISMTA P.98leutir~ toc& VCP>




Office YTnge Block.


Gary Block.


To the Voters of Florida: Gov-
Broward having published a statement
regarding his candidacy, and given
some expression which would seem
to require a statement on my part. I
would say:
The complete returns are not yet in.
Sufficient heve been received to show
that no candidate for United States
Senator received a majority of the
vote cast.
The two highest are Gov. Broward
and myself, and the difference be-
tween the number of votes received
by us, respectively, will probably
amount to less than l,Im0O when cor-
rect returns are in, and that differ-i
ence may be in his favor. A candi-
date must receive a majority, not a
mere plurality, to be declared the
nominee. Nothing approach-ing a ma-
jority has been received in this iace
by any candidate.
I propose to continue the contest Lo
the absolute, definite, final conclusio;i.
I have submitted my candidacy, upon
whatever merit I possess, to the peo-
ple of Florida, during the past four
months, and the vote received by me
in the first primary is most gratifying
to all my supporters and to myself.
Although I worked (lay and night I
could only meet or speak to a com-
paratively small proportion of the
people. I shall now endeavor to see
more of them, and communicate agai-i
with them all.
I have been assured by people in
all parts of the state that if I succeed
in getting in the second primary, I
was certain to win, because th?
friends of the retiring candidates
would come to me as second choice.
Add those who favor me as their sec-
ond choice, for this high office, to the
magnificent vote given me as first
choice, and imy vote in the second pri-
mary will greatly exceed a majority
of the electors of the state of Florida.
The people of the state of Florida
must now (determine between Gov.
Broward and myself, whom they pr-
fer to fill this high office and I feel ab-
solutely confident of my being selct-
ed, and of my success in the second
primary, which will take place June
I am grateful to those who have
favored me thus far, and shall wel-
come all such. accessions as shall


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/ l8 o I BERLIN BULLETIN Anthony is in need of more houses,
I ,both for white and negro residents,
Cre. Oeak BZainer: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: as it is difficult, if not impossible, to
i Uv tu gtm, who has been Marion's schools are closing, and so find a house although a number of
bie r brother at Red LAnds, it is in the time of the "sweet girl both races desire to move here if they
1080br*6 fo the pest twelve months, graduate." In write "Miss Graduate" could secure houses to live in.
R- to bher bone at Lowell last looks bewitching, and the well groom- We now have two drug stores, the
yaccOmpanied by her brother. ed '08 gentleman folks by her side latest accession being conducted by
loe reports a delightful tim while look the handsomest ever. Marion- Dr. Ulandfield. It has a fine soda
ites in their "Sunday best" tabulate I fountain, and is first class in every
MW Jennie Park of Jacksonville, in the audience many hundreds, and respect
W6 has been visiting her brother, they, in all the generations, and their Rev. Dr. Cunningham, a former pas-
at his bachelor quarters, re- friends, are there, of course, to see. to tor ot h Methodist church at this
Ub m hoae this week. Miss Jennie listen and to praise, Iplacp, having returned to the practice
tet "r Childhood days in Reddick, Indeed it was a very pretty scene of medicine, has located here.
lb" Mny friends here who were at the Baptist church in Ocala Fridiay A two-horse team became frighten-
to see he -again, evening, where the graduation exer- ed, last Saturday afternoon and ran
ms. M. L Payne and her daughter, cises ot th- Ocala High School were awa. taking the sidewalks and nar-
Jennie, were visiting in Reddick held. Several from Berlin were rowl: missed running into the stores
Seek. Miss Jennie is a popular there. of Mssrs Pasteur and Lamb & Sons,
-Mher in th e Plant city school. a po- Miss Annie Atkminson. daughter of awd then ran across the street into a
o which, seems hers as long as she Mr. and Mr. ontholon Atkinson of wir- fence, which impeded their pro-
ce e to tteach.
i s so w Berlin. was one of the fair graduates. gress until, the owners could catch
Blackberries are ripe. so we anl Among those from B-rlin at the; them.
,e piccaninniez are now happy. N-.v lie- re instantly being ad-
r Master Jesse Kinard. a nephew .i Gra ting exercises in O.'aia Friday
H. Mayo. iswth u aga-were Mr. and Mrs. Montholon Atkln-i '.! to ou telephone system, which
^*^*~Iou Nlisy..swu u can- r a~i Bek one of the'
r. Shackleford, the melon broker.i sn.Mis. al Bek. one of the wii give our: "h.l!o girls" more em-
is Winlookingatenth grade g -adupi-. of thiI' Fellow- orientent. Miss Myrtle Shealey is in
her aain., o after shipments. ship Junior High School thiF year. andha:ge until
14 MsoB Mr. Beemans. a buyer from Mr. Gary Beck. her brother. &r:,, en until s p. m.
SBthe. Misses Fay an,3rn Lucy Cribbettofuntil S p. .
VroM McLaron of Alabama. wa. Miases Fae anu Lucy Cribett f One of our young men visits the
Largo came up Friday to s.penid a f(ewl-
e on a visit to his parents last phone office so regularly it is thought
a days with relatives in this city. They t use of the phone is not the sole
r. lla. Scott Jr.. is visiting came up especially to attend the corn- .object of ais visits.
bMr. MiAm ot h Jr.. is visiting mencement exercises. Miss Fay Crib-
I ter, Mrs. Val Anthony. bett was an honor graduate from the A gathering of the young folks on
Horace Redding. an expert tomato H. in 1906.-Saturday's Ocala Tuesday night at the residence of Mr.
acker from the East Coast, is put- Banner. and Mrs. Knight, was said to be a
tt up J. B. DeVore's tomatoes. Hor- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Polk Frink ery pleasant occasion.
*e taugt ome of our tomato g aughter-in-law. Miss Zelma Pasteur. who has been
ac. has sme of ourtomato have as guests their daughter-in-law,,c~frsm iei tl nbet
-W a thing or two about packing to- Mrs. Asbury Frink. and inter-stin-ick for some time, is still unable to
toes, and that the "East Coast e Macclnn Fla out. and Miss Pearl Forbes is in
pefk,'o as he calls it. bring better baby' of Macda-9nny, Fla.
iL," as he calls it. brinMrs. M. E. McCu'v- and dia;"her,- charge of her business for the prea-
priees than when packed in the usual Miss Reggie McC'oQ;. paid Oc:ila :i"111
sldps Cood manner, shopping visitt on 7hursdav of lat liss Bessi (;:',.*am is away for a
Te old Confederate veterans will to her brother at Otter Creek.
S vet to learn that their old com-w Miss Elanor Sec.:in-r. w h Mr. aual Mr'-. r- landfielI rejoice in
rade, R. M. Fife, is very low. and will been on an extended visit to her sis-h recent addition ot a boy to their
been n an xtened viit toher iily1'
probably live only a few days. Mr. zor. Mrs. A. L. Prisoc. at Mclntosh. family.
Fife spent four years in the Confede- returned to her home in B-rlin o.. Miss Yh te of Tapa is on a vie-
ate army and perhaps participated in day recently. t to her father. Capt. Yongue.
as many battles as any man in th? Miss Altahula Beck. who is aueai- M!iss Bessie Graham's music class
ary- ing college in DeLand. vwil! oon be 1is doing well. aind will have others ad-
Dr. Wilson. with W. M. Wilson. some again. ,,i t) it on lier return from Otter
ENQUire, of Moscow. Tenn.. made a Miss Rggie McCull will ta a Crek.
trip to Glenwood and DeLand last I,,^ ^ .R., AT
trill to Giewood and DeLand last normaI course in the Florida Female FAIRFIELD FACTS
week visiting the doctor's son. Mr. College at Tallahassee this summer. FAIRFIELD FACTS
Bmett Wilson. They say the or- Mr. and Mrs. Sumter B. Brooks and
ae leaves over there remind one of interesting children. Lenora, Leone ,cial C,.r. Ocala Banner:

what we had in Marion county fifteen
years ago.
Our people were disappointed in
mot receiving more definite news of
the election. It seems we do not yet
kow who the fortunate ones are.
Did you ever think of how many"
mea in Florida were aspirants for of-
fce before the primary last Tuesday?
It is said there were more than on.b
tbuand candidates for state and
aomty oSces. If this be true. and
60e was an average of one candi-
date in each precinct for justice of
the peace and constable the number
wdd amount to 2500, or 10 per cent.
of the number who voted in the pri-
mary two years ago.
Marim county never had a more
worthy lot of men as candidates nor
.eeaner campaign. The only thing
S was disgraceful was the dirty un-
siffd circular sent out from Ocala
the day before the election, and which
hurt the men it was designed to help.
Many voted for the men it mentioned
oaly because of that circular. Sever-
d 14 d that at Reddick. Every honest
*--and nearly all are honest in

and Aubrey. of Zuber, Sundayed with
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Frink on the 24th.
Mrs. W. W. Geiger of Shiloh is vis-
iting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
T. Carter, of Carter's Pond.
Mr. Nell Ferguson of Ocala spent
last Sunday with friends and rela-
tives in this village.
Mrs. H. E. Snowden and daughter,
Miss Annie Snowden, and Messrs. J.
L. Beck. Joe and James Hudgens.
Jack McCully. Harry McCully and
Edward and James Carter were num-
bered among the recent shoppers to
the county seat.
Mrs. Bessie Collins of South Caro-
lina and Mrs. B M. Reeves of Evin-
ston. Fla., are calling on their many
friends in this section..
Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace of Calvary is
tarrying for a while with her gran-l-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens.
Frederick Smith has left for the
Martel country. He went to Martel to
assist his father. Mr. James Smith, in
his grocery business. We are very
sorry to lose Fred.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson went
up to Ocala Saturday to do some trad-

l lit" We ilUtI -o 1jlll teL qltlel wTa u,L
but we are in hopes of having a rain
before long. Loniie and Willie Edwards
of Irvine were in our town today. Mr.
Edwards reports having some fine
melons, and they are shipping quits
a few.
Miss Bessie Carto'r, who has been
attending school at Rl-d Spring;s, N.
C.. returned home lis( week. Her
friends are glad to see h-r back once

Miss Della Smith was a
Flemington Saturday night

visitor at
and Sun-

day. the guest of Mrs. Drew Mathews.
We are sorry to learn that Mr.
Hammond, who has been so ill for
the past few weeks, is no better, but
we hope to hear of his recovery soon.
Mr. A. J. McLaughlin has returned
home from a visit to friends and rela-
tives in North Carolina.
Mr. 0. G. Lohrig was a visitor in
Ocala last week. We also hear that
he is to leave us soon. We are very
sorry to part with this worthy young
man, and hope that be will not forget
hi, friends at Fairfield.
T'i D IF. MathewQ wa s in our


Mr. and Mrs. Smith will give a
birthday party on the evening of the
27th to their little daughter. Elma.
We know the little folks will enjoy
themselves immensely, also some of
larger growth. We wish little Elma
the return of many happy birthdays.
Politics here have cooled down con-
siderably, but there are still some
warm discussions as to the candidates

Much sympathy is felt for Mrs.
Haines in her bereavement.
All of the employes in McGehee -
Mayo's store attended the funeral of
Mr. Potter at Summerfield last Sat-
urday. Mrs. May McPhaul, Mis s Ivaii
Gale and Mrs. 0. M. Gale and Rae-
mnand and Mary Gale also went to the
Mrs. John Potter is staying with
Mrs. N. Mayo.
Miss Lucy Matheson of Ocala spent
a few days in town visiting at Mrs.
Frank Pelot's.
The Ladies' Aid Society met will
Mrs. Dana this week for their busi-
ness meeting.
The picnic dinner given by the
Belleview Workers to their departing
members was an unusually pleasant
Saturday afternoon, little Fletcher
Proctor. aged three years, jumped out
of a surrey when the vehicle was moe-
ing and the wheel passed directly
over his neck. Mrs. Proctor was quite
Oadly frightened, but with, the excep-
tion of the skin being bruised on his
neck and a little spot on his head. ho
escaped without injury. It was a won-
derful escape.- and was undoubtedly
due to the soft sand in the r-oad. The
little fellow as suffering with the
mumps at the time.
Mrs. Wendall and Miss Irma Wen-
dall left yesterday for their home in
Fort Plain. N. J.
The primary passed off quietly.
There was considerable opposition.
but nearly e-rryone kept good-natur-
ed. or at least had that appearance.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mr. C. E. Connor is now in Electr.i
looking after his prairie land. His
son. Eugene. returned home Saturda .-
with fever. We hope ho hos quit,- re-
covered ere this and will soon be with
us again.
Watermelons and cantalotups are
now coming in.
Mrs. J. C. Pillans is now in Tali'-
hassee attending the graduating -x-
ercises of the Florida Female College.
Her daughter. Miss America. wi!l
graduate this session, but will not re-
turn home for some weeks.
Misses Clyde and Annie Lou Atwa-
ter of Green Cove Springs, are visit
ing their cousins. Misses Agnes and
Tincy Holly.
Miss Bettle McCarley of Boardman,
who is visiting Miss Dixie Pillans
speaks of returning home this week.
We hope she can be persuaded to re-
main with us longer, as we will miss
her pleasant face and genial wit very
Dr. Porter Pillans will locate in
Floral City. The people of that place
are fortunate in securing the services
of one so worthy and competent as
Dr. Pillans.
Mr. James Martin of Moss Bluff has
gone to Macon, Ga.. to attend th.'
Georgia and Alabama Business Col-

the democratic primary of May 19tUL
I have no platform to formulate or
pledges to make, but submit my claim
on a citizenship of 25 years in Marion
county. If elected, I will perform my
duty to the best of my ability and for
the best Interests of the county of
Marion, and state of Florida.

ponucs--wans to see even. ,ing. ,L,. EA. _". A &&.........o aila cndieae fnrthe lecondtp
Slrty and onorably treatedeven WhileMis, .Mabel Beck was in town Saturday, the guest of Mrs. E. who will compete in the second pi- a a canliia for ltu
f he oppoe hm. BRKS smith mary. JOHN PETER. subject to the rules governing ih
If -e him.BARKIS. Ocala Friday and Saturday she was Some of our young folks are antic- STANTON SQUIB primaries. Plaiforn-iess xpen
the guest of her friend. Miss Ethel Somuaofandlownrtolktao-STANTONSQUIBS
LOCALS FROM LOWELL Haycraft. the retty daughter of Mrs. ipating a pleasant day at the Willis- -Aa a t w ,
LCo. Ocala BnnerH.G. Haycraft. ton picnic Thursday. We wish them Special Cor. Ocala Banner: not need the illirat, non-tax payin
Wea Cveba d some very good rains. Miss Belle of Ma- all a pleasant time. Mr. A. N. Cameron gave a most
nSIMPLE JIM. ghtul dance to quite a large number cit im out i,) b. IHt
WA lthe farmers are having a time on's pretty school arms. will take -
to get their potato crop plant- a normal course this summer at the KENDRICK ITEMS last Tuesday night- To the Democratic V..tTr- of M'im
e1. Florida Female College at Tallahas- ____ Mr. John Pasteur went up to Ocala ',ountv.
MrMeffert loaded a frigerator see. Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Wednesday to meet his daughter. Miss Having tnin' in th.urity
car canta pes Tuesday. and will These May days are surely fine ones Cantaloupes are moving right along Caroline, who has been attendiu H. .nIgr f r.rt. :i
*e again Thueday for picnics. The honeymoon ozone this week and watermelons will begin stetson iitati on t h the dtie of t iru
Kr. Selling sipped a carload of and sunshine that we are now enjoy- to be shipped next week. Mss Desse avengood return ty commissioners office has met wit
S ing is simply too grand not to have Harve Waters is on the sick Wednesday after a month's visit to the approval and will receive the i
wa~e n-a. =sTuesday. apci o n hn r avyWtr so h ikOaa h a copncib
r. Hugh ivingston and sister, a picnic now and then list this week.Ocala. h was accompanied y her dorment of the electors of Mar
IM Edna. arrived here the first of On Thursda a a p pos- Mrs. R. H. Montgomery left Mon- sister, Mrs. M D. Turnpseed. and county, I therefore announce that u
M~ Ena.arrvedher th fist f e of~r AurevFikof l t dRhI aniname" will appear on the ticket use
romRedlands Cal ed of Mrs. Aubrey Frink of Macclen- day for Windsor. where she will visit t sons. Ernest and Richar, an in the primary to be held May 1
f rs. Efiek oa ad ittl s ny and Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Brooks elaive for a few das Ir. Ed Johnson of Dunnellon 1908. as a candidate for a secon
mr. iT mes n of Zuber. spent the days picnicking at Mes or a ew a n y Miss Myrtle Bishop of South L.ake term. In the event of my nomination
S i-ng Mr.T J. McQuaigsfar- Silver Springs. near Ocala. Weir is visiting her cousin. Mis and election I promise a faithful di


I desire to express my thanks to
the people of the county for the large
and flattering vote I received in the
late primary election. I certainly ap-
preciate the work done by my friends
and shall try not to disappoint them
with my services.
To those who opposed me. I believe
in most cases it was because they dif-
fered from me on questions and not
because they lacked confidence in me
or my sincerity, and I shall try to
serve all the people whether they fa-
vored my election or opposed it.
While you might differ with me on
the prohibition question I hope there
are many other questions that we can
all agree upon. My sole object is t9
accomplish some good. to better the
conditions of the people, and to build
up our county and state.
I hope those who opossed me will
feel the same freedom to make sug-
gestions in reference to public mat-
ters as those who favored me.
As your representative in the legis-
lature I shall try to faithfully repre-
sent every class of people, interest
and section of Marion county.
Most respectfully.


Not being able to thank my many
friends in the county in person, for
their hearty support in our recent pri-
mary. I will use the county press to
express to them my sincere apprecia-
tion of their continued confidence re-
posed in me. And beg to say that
the office, as in the past. will be con-
ducted upon a fair, square, courteous,
business basis: and with, accumulat-
ed experience. I hope to make the
services of the office generally even
more efficient than h.^reiofore. Again
I thank you. Yours trily.


For Sheriff
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for the office of sheriff of
Marion county in the coming demo-
cratic primary of 1908.
I respectfully solicit the support of
the people of Marion county, and if
elected to this office I pledge an hon-
est and impartial administration of
the duties o 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 dudes of the office faithfully.
Very respectfully yours
For the Legislature.
I respectfully submit my name to
the voters of Marion county as a cAn-
didate for the legislature, subject to

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Curtain Rods............ ... 5c
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TI wona inre W a much more
-mdm uadertadn than to man. -
t2Heoe the flirt is not to be wholly -
amdemned; she is merely enjoying
herself at another's risk in order to
we whether the conditions suit her.-
The Gentlewoman.
speaking of flirts, by the way, 1
rve seen one or two in my days. ;,__1
AMd found them quite interesting
In all their manners and plays;
Jut like the gaudy butterfly,
That in the bright morning hours.
Mt to and fro in the sunshine 0-
And sip the sweet life from the dP
the grdenof Wholesale Grocers, Ocal
She'll stroll through the garden of love 7
And pluck all the heart's sweetest M
flowers, _________________________________ __
2%e with the sorrow that remains
She builds her memorial towers:
Ton might deck her in a necklace--
Mach bead a heart wet and gory- 0-
but, then, she would search for one g1-
victim more. d,- Now is the time to put your stock in good con-
And shamelessly call it glory. |1
"- --Ldition- ehv s received a large
Sbe'll stand on the front piazza, edition. We have just receive
And tell you so sweetly, "Good bye," -"
Vreeming what fools some mortals be, f _-
While she's winking the other eye; w consgnmCnt o
l she will say you are a "good c sn- o
thing," d ^ ^
And gently would give you a shove. doll-
bome would plan for six long months p..
To play with you one game of love.
Then you can have lots of fun. boys, Mi S
If you join In this game of flirts; li-
A girl doesn't really enjoy it dot
Unless she Is sr that it hurts. dls
I ask you. boys, to believe me, B
rOT I know there's no room to dM.-
doubt; o
I've had forty years experience, and p
I know whatI'm talking about.,R1A
vwwwmiwt to Prosecute Warren of m
"Appeal to Reason"
,eea ort h ra o rdD. CANDIES
On motion of the government in the
federal court, the trial of Fred D C A N D I
Warren, editor of the Appeal to Rea- d.-
sn of Girard, Kan., was continued un-40-Weh v
he In Novembr M.W arrn~wl ^ W e have a large and assorted stock of Penny Candies, alsc
til the next term of court, which willu"PWha a large and assorted stock of Pen
ba in November. Mr. Warren is m.- o t Da C d a of
~agdwith sending "scurrilous, de- pal tc ndtenm n
S~y~^^t^'Ta^ ^pails Stick and the Southern Department Candy, all of
bmoyand threatening" matter
through the mails. Clarence S. Dar-
e- offer at attractive prices- Be sure and include
d1efense of Haywood, Pettibone and m
Moer, of the Western Federation of
lMiners, at Boise City, Idaho, appear- m
S for Mr. Warren. The charge small lot in the next order you send in.
Klniust Editor Warren is based upon ^-
Ie mailing of a printed reward of '
$100 for the kidnapping of ex-Govern- ^Em..
oyroK k made this sensational ofer W e Handle; Robertson's Grape Juice, in pints and quarts,
for the purpose of calling attention to
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efcers of the Western Federation of __ ___________
Minters from Colorado to Idaho for a
trial was not an illegal proceeding.
The paper's reward Indicated a desir Je o and ello Ice Cream owder, c
have ex-Governor Taylor kidnap- _
ps and taken from Indiana to Ken-
tacky for trial for alleged complicity
the assassination of Governor Go Cigars, Cheroots and Tobacco, a full assortm enl
A special to the Times-Union from
Talabdssee sayst The infant daugh- rand Pa's, Fairbank's and Uncle Sam s Tar Soa
ter of Justice James B. Whitfield oT G aP s O and Uncl ET
the Florida supreme court, was acci-
eataly killed here Wednesday. The
feW l from Its carriage, its neckI _ _ __ __ __ __ __ _
becoming entangled in the strap, and Force, Korn Kinks, Oat Meal and Elijah's M ann
it was choked to death before anyone
Mod reach it and rescue it. The en- --
tire community is sorrowing with the "
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L.jai and Personal

rs. H. G. Spooner or Stanton was
visiting in Ocala Wednesday.

Mr. T. W. Fielding of Lake Butler
is on a visit to Mrs. C. N. Schlemmer.

Mrs. E. P. Guerrant and children
returned home Tuesday afternoon
from Mcnltosh.

Messrs. Leo Thomas and Willie
Brittinghamni of Plant City are spend-
ing a afew days in the city with the;i'

We are pleased to announce that
Mr. J. Walker Bishop is very greatly

Miss LAda Ballard has gone to Jack-
eonvillUe, where she will spend some
time with her sister, Mrs. H. A. Dan-
TV iel.

Mrs. F. B. Beckham and children
leave today for Charlottes-ille, Va..
where they will spend the summer
with relatives.

Mr. John L. Carney of Lake W\eir
was a well known young man 'n
Ocala on Tuesday.

Mr. E. S. Upham of South Lak
Weir came up to Ocala Monday for ?
short visit.

Misses Lucy and Ellen Thagar,
went up to Reddick Monday for a vis-

Miss Bertha Smith, the second I
daughter of Mr. E. C. Smith, who at-

HOSTES 6s THERE'S STILL HOPE The Munroe S Chai)bliss Baq1

On Tuesday afternoon Miss Margar- F0
et Taylor very pleasantly entertained OCALA'S $25.000 OF FLORID
!at cards, her guests being the mem- S for I I o "-I
bears of the Young La.dies CardC lu) :. A M. PARKMA stands for the building up of this section in general, and it's
and several other friends. j CO'KNGRESSMANS. M" patrons in particular; for real service not overloaded with setf-.
There were four tables, and th. WORKING HARD FOR ITS ishness; for help in times of legitimate needL
rain at noon had so cooled the atmos- REINSTATEMENT Small depositors and small borrowers welcOmd.
phebre that the card games were all -
the more enjoyable. Those presentt Private Letter to Hon. R. A. Burford The Munroe & Chambliss Bank
were Mrs. \W. H. Powers. Mrs. M.J Says Our Interests Are Being Close- (INCORPORATED)
Roess. Mrs. W. T. Gary. Mrs. E. T. ly Watched in Washington-Mr. OCALA, .. ..AED FLORIDA
Helvenston. Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Mrs. Sparkman Remains at Capital to the ---_

dJOIII I I 1 t El .* I 3. I. J 3. 1 ,. t .YZI ..
S. Cullen, Misses Miriam Pasteur,
Margaret Eagleton, Louise Harris,
Alice Bullock. Valeta Potter, Esther
Weathers. Ethel Robinson, Meta Jew-
ett and Nellie Hooper.
Mrs. Helvenston, for the largest
score in games, won a pretty burnt
wood match safe and Miss Jewett,
who had the greatest number Af
points, was awarded a lovely book
rack. also of burnt wood.
After the games, peach ice cream
and cake was enjoyed by the players.
Mrs. Roess will entertain the club
Saturday afternoon at the home of
her parents.

tended the Washington Seminary in DEATH OF MRS. SARAH B. LAMAR
Atlanta the past term, returned home --
Saturday afternoon. Alirs. Sarah B. Lamar, mother of
Congr-ssnlan William Bailey Lamar.
Mr. Frank Sampson, the distin- died at her hoie in Tallahassee Sun-
guished Boardman citien, was tranl.;- lda.
acting business at the county's capi- Mr. L.amar w-as the wife of th-
tal Wednesday. lat. (',C. Thompson B. L.amar. She
Miss Millie Connigan. who has been \vas horn in Iff*rson ColMty, and1
in Ocala with Miss Mary Affleck's n rl- el acted al IVesleyanu Fdemale Col-
linery establishment for the pa.t l-ge \l con. (a Puity and purt wo-
.. ,. , nanline sa breathed a l~enediction
year. has gone to St. Louis to visit for
some time. From there she goes to p*n all with whoni she came in con-
her old home at Moberly, Mo., to lact, ant her (leath is an irrearabe
spend the summer. loss to her friends.
I After her early widowhood Mris.

Mr. D. H. Irvine of Orange Lake
was in town Tuesday. He says th,'t
owing to sickness in his hone he has
not been able to go about much. and
has missed the barbecues and public"

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rentz returned
home Sunday afternoon from Kirk
wood, Ga. Mrs. Rentz has been there
for the past months with her parents,
and her husband went up to Atlanta
about ten days ago to accompany he,"

Mr. W. I. Simonton of Micanopy
was in Ocala Monday and re-enlis:-
ed(l in our little army of readers. While
living in Alachua, Mr. Simonton's in-
terests are in Marion and he keeps
posted on current local events through
the columns of the Ocala Banner.

Lamar lived -for a while in Athen,;.
(;a.. then in Monticello, Fla.. but of
late ya'ars in Tallahassee with her
,laughter, Mrs. Clyde Lamar Walker.
Th., funeral was held at Montice-
lo. the body being laid to rest beside
that of her husband and other mem-
bers of her family.


Mrs. Hardy Croom will shortly
bpgin the erection of two attractive '
cottages in the rear of the Bell lot o'
Fort King avenue and Watula streets.
The stable and servants' houses that
now occupy this lot will be torn dow1
and replaced by pretty cottages
which will be a very welcome addi-
tion to that locality. This, with tho
recent improvements made by iMr
Rheinauer on his property in this

Last Moment to Duo wnat He Can
for That Addiitonal $25,000 for Our
New Public Building
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
I am in receipt of a letter from Con-
gressman Sparkman of date May the
29th. from which I quote as follows:
"Item for increased cost of public
building at Ocala has been reinstated
in the public buildings bill. but I am
remaining here for the purpose of
watching it to see that it is not strick-
en out at the last moment. Do not
think there will be any trouble, how-
ever. along that line."
The bill originally carried an addi-
tional appropriation of $25,000 for th.A
Ocala l)ublic building, and passed th,
house, but this item, including many
others, was stricken out in the sen-
ate, and thereupon the public build-
ings bill went to conference.
The conference committee, through
the effective and energetic work of
Congressman Sparkman. restored the
item. and I feel reasonably assured
that it was retained in the bill as pass-
ed during the closing hours of con-
This information I am sure will be
g-ratifying to our people generally, an I
the faithful and efficient services of
our congressman will be appreciated.


The council h ing rut-sd(ay niglit. Those pres.ont were
Messrs. Rheinauer. Duval, Jones, Car-
inichael, Mclver, Meffert and Helven-
In the absence of President Robert-
son Alderman Rheinauer presided,
and a great deal of business was
Sev'e'ral1 ordinances wer- reradl :n I


ocala, Fla.. June 1. 1908. 1 notice in a copy of the Daily Baa-
To the Editor Ocala Banner: ner of date May 30th. someone writ-
That editorial in the Ocala Banner ing over the signature of "Charity'"
of May 22nd, headed "Mistake of the has made the statement that it is ad-
Anti-Saloon League," is about the mintted that, if I am elected sheriff,
poorest editorial I have ever seen it will be impossible for me to give
published within its pages. In fact I the duties of that oce my personal
was loth to believe that it was penned attention. No doubt my opponent has
by Editor Harris. made this admission, or perhaps some
It stated that in his judgment the supporters of my opponent admitted
Marion County Anti-Saloon League, in this much to "Charity," but there is
mixing up with politics and taking a absolutely no ground or pretext for
stand in the present primary cam- any such statement which would war-
paign has made a serious blunder, yet rant any such conclusion, and have
he admits in the very next sentence never said or done anything which
that it was organized for the purpose" would indicate as much. I have been
of suppressing the saloon, in active business in Marion county
Very well, prohibition is tkeir aim. continuously since I was a boy, and
To have prohibition and to have it so I must plead guilty to the charge made
it will prohibit you are compelled to by "'Charity" that I am, and always
have officers who are at least in sym- have been, a busy man, but my off-
pathy with prohibition, especially the cial record in this county for the last
governor, representatives, sheriff and seven years is the strongest refuta-
county commissioners. I mention ttion of the charge that I will shirk an
these four offices because it is our official duty. It could hardly ke ex-
governor's duty to r'coninlend legis- pected that during this long service
lation; it is the representatives' place" as county commissioner some fault
to legislate and it is oir commission- might not be found with somethbf
ers' and sheriff's place to see that 01our1' that I did. or neglected to do as such
laws are enforced. So you can easily commissioner, but a man who has at.
see that it is necessary to have men tended every meeting of the board of
in these offices who are in sympathy county commissioners, with only two
with the movement, or three exceptions in seven years,
Why, you had just as well say that receiving up to about a year ago the
the national democratic committee is princely reward of about $75 per a-
making a mistake in trying to get a num. should not be required to a-
democrat for president. Wh.y not take swer an accusation of the character
a socialist, or why not take a repub- advanced by "Charity." which is ab-
lican? There would be just as mucli solutely untrue.
sense in it as there would he to take, JNO I.- EDWARDS.
a saloon man or a man in favor of the
liquor traffic to legislate prohibition PROHIBITION CONVENTION
I You often hear men say: "I am "n The state convention n of the prohl-
favor of prohibition if it would pro- litioni a lilv will meet at .asinevill*.

referred to the judiciary comimitte- 1 ]ib* T.nt is jist the reason it
One of the ordinances provides for osll't prohlibilit. 'an you expect a
the inspection of milk and meats: an- man to take an it-trest in anything
other for naming and numbering th, h l is Ofl tov k, to?
streets and houses. I Nv\. I l ,lieve. while I am not :
After considerable debate th. al. Illw er )I The Anti-Saloom I eagil.
l)ointment of Mr. (. W ('levelanlid t) that all ll!,n whlo t'- o lsP)l to .,a-
the board of health as sanitary in- hcx)ns andil t T*",at lmlaiiny t)htrs wn)l

it to Miss Ellen Huggins. Mrs. Arms is having the material same neighborhood will add very spector was approved.
placed on lot on Fart King aven- greatly to the looks of Watula stree-. authorize consul
i ., The clerk was aitbtot'ize+,i to constfl;
Mr. Marion Peloi has gone to ,lack-ule for the enlargement of theWi hois. the city attorney anI give notices ,
sonville to accept a plo.-it.on with i The roof will be raised ;,i '-' r,, FIRE AT THE LIME KILN Tax payers whose, property ha;dl beil
Messrs. S. A. Rawls & Co. rooms will lhe added. A ir 2, raised so that they can appear an.
other improvements al r'. nt,-,.. ,. *' p i* 0 ( .ck sna ie complaint it thet have anv co:--
Mrs. Jerry Burnett and children and and th work will b .ln.' .- -.- v w: nli-'w t t the Meffert lim. t ake.
ashii : i. t' ., \Vi atorman l)atce.
Mrs. Gamble have returned home froni s possible. he presiding officer s #stedl t.
their visit to St. Augustine. -Thi. nI. l',-' a;:i' eee(Ve wereen de- e r il etingi the crairan i
Mis. .Miblred tal, an,! M:'. A. 1t :stioyeol. he, ilia"...e" a'inonft, io Ieach committee bie prepared t o a .
Col. Robert F. Rogers of L-nnte \e- it Blanding were married in (;ain.-.- several hInindred dollarss.
j.R b r F R c rso .yn e +iP ri'llge a btiullizt for thllt \ fi.cali
up to Jacksonville Mnay on bui-lleMonaole Mondayi morning. Mr. llauilin.' Tie lile ihi. is outside th, Vriy a
new. is connected with the [iton Pho- lititsit. iil the lire ( companies respond- Thi . -r s o hevisci1it-
li'ate Company. ani is mliaijor of tih ei t( ilic call an,! assisted in putting t tes ere losp lledi l Th e 1'
Dr. E. P. Guerrant came home Sa;- third battalion, second reginlient. '. il lo thle lire, with their chemical en-
urday afternoon from Mcntosh. where S. T. Mrs. Blanding is a sister'-in- line. At fii'rst it was feared the en-
he spent Sunday. Mrs. Guerrant anil law of Mr. Q. E. Peacock. editor ,f ti ire plant would lie ldes' iro'(veld. Ihut thi.-"
h l n r. %\'. 11. Il)01g. .)i"'! Stll'ltitV it
children will return later, tihe Dunnellon AdvocaTe'. alnd \wh!i.n i w'ere finally .o-itin under con- ornin rea-
!hte and M rs. Pea: cock liv ,.l in 'his citv tl-cd. i\, I, ,l T i l ,, ni; ,r in p n, ,
M r. .lohn M othew s of C n ,'Id t r i <,'she visited ,,1 h n ,h,,i ei" ., 4i )1 \,1] .-- ei t" it-NTIO ival. ryt l'' V ; l l t t' 1. 4)n o, .'
in the city Monday. He is nialii. casitms. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION Pr n
a complete sicceoSs of fariin!'. and' ,
.1 ud-ge .lo s t,(hIll B ell ;! .i)- i h .-i ". T ;. l l :l..:ll l ti q Tf a i ,i < :;l l ,l h ,.- s ,rv ic .. v,- w - l~ ;:
'as made money on sweet polatO,'. .. i I t- i lilltiol o (f ariTV
.e r .' N 1 1l ear ,l y v 'i v O l I... 1,-, 'N, t~t-il ta Sl s tal ( 0 ) 1 S (' )lt ,'e : i (tl-"': ] I i .s l, e .in v h e is,! to 1 1 ,e l ,1 : i lt c l w a i ( y tV. h t ii l l l 'il 8 .
Tax Collector E. l.- C; rn-l Y V y \ a- y aft. ;oo fn : a -i 1 \ i () ;a i r-. iX ''. .1. }. \V trk- i iP es>fi\ rot-ne. Mr. \VaW li, -l1,1 ,l..':i-; -
hu v 1ll day 'M onday selling the ,!.' ; \\'hii .. SI I'in.s T.' it '-' r. .li. i ,li; i- i eji'ii' of til- exaIm inatioin v 1t A r .cli ,an ,1 w ilI is now the> i,;-

are not. lieliev, that it is the dulty ,if

0it Antij- Sit 1011 Iea ,nue to do all in
the-ir power to put! nt-n in office who
wvill cari.rv oult the irpi' i '1iW1Il--
As for Tho ciretilar Nwie:-:peatk of. I
haven't s#efn it. I h''liet'-e in g'ivil-
eve-ry iman a fair ueIarnd think ;t
very sma1"ll inl anylmd~v to) takte :1'dIa-1

ai argimilent i- eoncternedl and gi.vivn,
1-w W othr ffellow a (dlflflf- ?)t14-9,141I Ott
tlie. fffee-(t' cet it V. ereic"T'yel souiil-

I Ieltit (n II % I t jI t -% -it tIIIe I it y ~f
Tthe lfeaguei IlII,'t I tlit-I i t t lit- IIlhit %
of evervi '. mlYV v h ;el\ c iT *- r( )eh i 1)i
tion to \( ii e te r jj9,fl\\ill cair v
out their' jrinrcijldts. andui;j-o t he-ir in-
f I I -'Ic~T 10- t 4i -,# I ; (.hI )- I'- T ( (ot,# I I ho- a, t I
W It V. FI"ILN K II T lT(NpitI


Fla.. .IuMe 9. 008. Each county Is en.
titled to two delegates. It is expmCt.
efl that thri-P will hbe a large number
in attonlance.
Chin. State Prohibition Com.

A Word To Kodoakers

A- '.v, ar,, a.-'nts for the nianufac-
tull+irs of th,. famous EASTMAN N.
\v t, arf tilling al orders ty return
mail from our completee, stook oif fresk
filnis ;anl up to, ( lat- style kodaks and
.sipliItip's ;iw ;tiil'ifaf'ur'r prices t W e
d'so PRIEPA|Y .ill charges on kodaak
anil fili.. wh,-n r-mittanct, accompan-
ie.s ord#r.
AND SlPPlIES niall-ul on request.
Exp#-rt il.'\,.leiling and printing for

Dixie PI)oto Supply Compegy
'2', Fis a;v St -kw,nvill#-. Fla.

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tee OCr. Ocala manner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
In the wet the energy and resourc-; Quite a party from here attendedT M i
Sof the federal government are Ian ice cream supper at Summerfiel UlU N'TMAKE- G D
t-mta deserts into fruitful farms. Wednesday night, and report a good
Vter which have been flowingitime. The party from Belleview con- GILCHRIST A GUY AND LAUGHING
atefuly to the sea for ages are sisted of the Misses Ella Lyle, Maud STOCK
e to saturate the parched iDenser, Creola Nix, Emma Washburn, I
--cto saurt the parched eart1. -, . i
Elsa Remoehl. and Messrs. John .
md thu convert arid regions into fe- E Rnoh, a Ms As Speaker of House He Was Uncer-
-, iLyle. Guv Smith. Needham Nix and .... .
tle fields, says Thomas E. Watson. L u i. tain, Undignified, and Legislation
In chatting with. several of our far- J '" Lucius ..,h. Was in Chaotic Condition While He
J. ,, ... Th[e E~pwortn League held a busi- D.;^_AI i ^inrn;
m frieads as to crops we will take e "tha ehel a s- Presided-Lolled in a Rocking Chia-
I hand our pen and write: "Dry. as neSs meeting and social at the parson- and Cracked Peanuts During Ses-
ashes, or nearly so. Anyway it has pa on Thursday n ght. The social lsions-If Elected, Will be Obligated
bee the dryest, year we have ever' part of the performance was called to Whiskey Ring
-_ "bird social. and proved to he veryv
Itoown. However. when our crops .-- ...-.
kuuaw e. However when our crops entertaining and instructive, andti wai (By Claude L'Engle)
are harvested, we believe that the 67b exciting also when the players tri
ora ^. be ref~ef^ exciting also when the players tried
a'w et wllbereMbed. to pin the head on the bird after bav- Wh:-n Genral nthrlst was speak-
Now, with the irrigation system cov-
ering Marion, like It does theHood ing !earned much about them through --r of the house of 19<; it was the mno)-t
ier valley, and valleyoes in Colorad, pictures and readings. Refreshments chaotic hboly ever known in Florid-t
Nevada, California and other placswere served and all returned to their legislation. It was hard for anybody o
of the west, we could easily add the homes with a greater store of knowl- know what was going on.
t 35 per cent and make it 10edge about birds and their habits. General Gilchrist sat in a rdckin;
Other 35 perOn Friday nigh t Messrs. Bittinger chair as he presidl-1. He wielded :g

At last the watermelons and Light held a large crowd of peo- larg, palm leaf fan nonchalently an I
we are feasting. "Nothingre is pie until a late hour by their elo- .racked peanuts in accompaniment
oredelicious to us when thirst quence. If all the candidates are no- t,, his absent knowledge of what was
selected it will not be their fault. going on. I saw this with my own
ttthe heart of a full ripe water- ^ ^ ^ ^
than theays a frteof aflrimerwater- Miss Elsa Reinoehl of Starke has eYe.
melon," says a friend farmer, "ani
e av part e tm i been visiting friends, hut expects to The hous ,ov-r which General Gil-
hrhleave on Monday. christ presided was just like general
dale of Oklahona and the foothills The Belleview Workers elected Mrs. Gilchrist-loos-jointed. vague,. ind-
of the Rockies, and other places, andi
e hae neve fund the mlo oJ. Whisenant as president ef their so- terminate.. nebulous and uncertain. ;t
we have never mae the melon to o
equal the "mouuutain dew" and the city and Mrs. 0. M. Gale as vice groped its way thr,,ugh the aze 4 of
eqalth "ountdnde" ndth VV-rhAAV% "ts *._ 1-Z' ~t*l5l vti'llt q ~ir4li~ (iv h. IndI

rattlesnake, grown here in Graham-
vile, adjacent our wierd Oklawaha."
Another month for the bride. Sev-
eral weddings are to happen soon in
this section of the country. In ad-
vaae we wish them the sweetest
blesings under the sun. June also
will be a picnic mouth. On the 9-h
the Ocala churches will all join in
and hie themselves to Lake WVi'-
We are going. Those town folks sur--
can make pie and Irish potato salal
Sto a queen's taste. On the 21st we
will have here at Scrub Lake the first
of the Perkins's annual picnics-th-
one celebrating the anniversary hir:a
of Mr. Henry W. Perkins. The other
picnic occurs on the 7th of Augu"st.
the anniversary birth of Mrs. Perkin-.
Miss Rebecca Counts, who has been
spending a few weeks in Ocala wi':i
friends and relatives, returned horn-.
one day recently.
Mrs. Peter L. Durisoe. who was ta-
ken sick several weeks ago, and has
,been quite feeble at times, is impr)v-
ing. we are pleased to report. H-.
many friends are anxious to see her
out again.
Mrs. Barmer and children of Biv
City are on a visit to Mr. and Mr-
Dick Griggs.
Messrs. Brinson Griggs. Jack Ran-
dall, Bob McDonald and Joseph Stat,
land are supplying choice customer.
In Ocala with their excellent Graham-
vllle-made produce.
Eggs are bringing 20 cents now, an 1
they are plentiful, too.
Chickens have been bringing high
prices in the market for several
years. Nearly every farmer over her.o
has from forty to one hundred or
more hens. and their r-venue from
them goes a Ion. way it filling th
local larder. The 1ate..i is that a biz
chicken ranch will soon be establisn-
ed, probably in this village.
Mr. G. W. Bryant of Lake Bryant
passed through our .-illage Monday on
his way to Ocala.
Col. Robert F. P..-i'is. The Lynne
turpentine kir:. in Jacksonville.
All the old veterans will go up to
Ocala Wednesday and report that thev
were treated royally at the "annual
mess" when they return.
Mr. William Counts and Capt. Pai
Randall were numbered among thl
traders from this side to Ocala lasi
The handsome launch "Merry Wid-
ow," came down Sunday afternoon
loaded with. Baracca young men.

The Oflawaha greet. the(, Mer:y
Widow with a loving caress, andi thoie
good ship in appreciation dips many

president. The former president ani
vice president will bath be gone for
the summer. hence the need for new
Miss Elsa Reinoehl. Miss Ella Lyle
and Mr. John Lyle mad- a short trip
to Levon on Saturday.
Mrs. Fred Lucius and daughter. Lu-
cile. of Tampa. are visiting the for-
mer's daughter. Mrs. G-eorge Proctor.
Mrs. C. A. Tremere gave a party )on
Saturday night in honor of Mr. Tr-
mere's niece. Miss Sybil Edgar. of
Michigan who has .)win h're all wiin-
ter and expects t4) start for h1.-r horn'.
today. Mr Arthur Millomni will ac-
company her part of the way.
Miss Emma Washburnm has beri
spending a couple of weeks at home,
with her parents, but has gone to
Ocala to Sl)enl the summeIIr as coni-
panion to Mrs. Kellogz.
Quite a party went to Smith Lake
on Friday last for a picnic and had a
fine time. Tho, party consisted rf
3Mr. and Mrs. 0. 1M. Gale nnand the:n-
three children. Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Nott and their two children. Mr. El
Haine-. Mrs. W\Vashburn an.ul Miss Eni-
ma Washburn. Miss Ella .Lyle an-i
Miss Elsa Reinoehl.
Mr. .1. 0. Lucius of Ocala sl)pent la-;
week with his sister. Mrs. George
Proctor. and with his mother who is
visiting there.
A party was given at the home of
Mrs. A. L. Nott on Friday night in
honor of Miss Elsa Roinoehl of Starke.
The house was filled with young peo-
ple and they had a merry time. De-
licious refreshments were served.
There is considerable rpsentiment
over the closing of the Sunday mail.


Special Cor. Ocala Bann-.r.
Ther is a g,.n, ral .o', n;,i:ii:t .,f th-
m !e)lon r.- i, p .'einig sh,,rt ;ili I ::'.ei.,;,s
smaia ,owi';. th. diry vvw ,,th -r of th.,
past "'; Mr. 1. 1 .Si :,,nin. the
Gr-,ff Hr )s.. N.'-4c:i W: lla 1n-. Jo.seph
J,,hnsor. and Pari-, H,.-.-.v a."' ne.\

V 1t .- *-U l ) I II -% .I i Lt11 4l )UL a lu *ing a &u m
a lazy, hazy way. lacking purl)poste o
p)wer: soft clay in the hands of the
legislative manipulative potters.
As speaker of the house of 1905; Gen-
.-ral (ilchrist had an opportunity t)
show *-exeltive abl)ility, if h" had any.
Sin'e. he failed to do) so it must ;)e
concludte that he had n,,ne. He fai!-
,-el utt.rl!y in the speaker's chair t)
give a gl.'am 'n f intellectual alppr'cia-
i.,n of ha thoh place, meant. and ii-'
'.'.ou!i fail more, consummat.lyv in the-
)ff1i''. 4)f g ',vernor-tlii Size and I 'xtent
otf his failure- i, th e hffic', of g.ov-
''rnir %- il,]u I.- :.ieoalsulred in tlile siame,
proj),,).o'ti l w l\ i,'" I ;e sur'. t ,,ffi>\.
" ,,ve'trnr al,,ve thliat of speaker.
Public n e'n are. judlg. d byv what thev
have, d,,ne after the-y hav'e ,..-n trie-1
OWut. 1;. :,r. 5l < i',(' 'i'st has ,:I'i a tri.4l
;I .d ht- fail-. H. -e lac,'k, th. lroq).-:'
sens,.e of public duty: he la'k- abili'.y
and force; hlie lacks dignity. Rei.ieri-
Ibr tlie rocking chair, thI !,i1"1in 1.tIf
falln and thl"e peanuits-alnd don't f.)' !
the IIIo ,nikeys.
Vhi-in ,;ihchr' -t \':,-;:! a inerib r r of
th. h Ii ls" in l,-;1>. h-" sat in hi: (-'l:r
x\ itli hi.-. feet on hi- de- sk. aind l .n kt-.l
"tid atl' >'e iiiuts %vhile- th llouse wa-'
in session. I saw himn d 'ilg this da,"
aft.r ,lay. H. ,\as .ct'onideered almost:
as big a nuisance ais W-,lls o)f Hill.;-
eborough. wvhe n te lt-ft off resting his
f,',.t. s:n, king anti popping peanut-
io- ,,n, eough t o intrfere \with lt-gisla-
tion by propounding th" constittiton
and raising frivolous parliam.ontary-
Aside, frim his lack )f fitness f,)r th
p.,sitio n of gov.-rnor. Geonoral Gilchri..t
is in the hands of the SPECIAL IN-
TERF:STS. These- are the WHISKEY
IN THIS CAMPAIGN. but the fact
that (Gen,ra! Gil'hrist is being sup-
portel, strongly andl by the
whiske'y men is evidence that th-
whiskt-y men have some point to gain:
seC,,thinlg that they want done by the,
man \vho )occ''uies, thie office of go)v\rn-

tenor of whose whole lives may be
changed by placing him in the sher-
iff's office.
Shall we be our "brother's keep-
It is admitted that Mr. Galloway is
a good man, that he is by nature well
equipped for the sheriff's office. He
is cool, self-possessed, brave and cour-
ageous. He never loses his head un-
dter grave dangers nor emergencies.,
No man. saint nor sinner, who kn-w
him as sheriff of I -ak o rii ,

siI)p ing. or. -"---- L .-<.. - UL~M e
sn ere on,.' or. all. if Gnerl Gihrist is .te.- gyr.- counties, speak of his official conduct
If ~n.ral('ichrst -zlolti.i q except in praise.
t.o travel e',..we,.n I., L .-eleu"= a:,! O-)haia ,'rn'er HE WVILL BE E':LE'CTEID BY excppl in praise
t 1o- w o l L .it' ar114 a T H E WILL EBY It is adm fitted that. his opponent &s
b~y thi'':n ori,:In g : l ca IfrKwh~. :iw a THE W %HISKEY )TE. financially well off, and does not neet
paseng,, '' .- )th li lit.e.. ;ullt 'lnA f,' A prilil)iti,,nist in the officee of go the office, and is connected with so
their e.,,\'.veiep,.,.,., re,,tur'in-- fr.,:: ,.nr cannot Tnalke the state, ,iry.. an,1 e ofc ~i i o ne t ih s
heoir n f rt r eeii r whisea t mak the state(fry.. ano many business enterprises that ir
(t'cal1 in ,'v,-n nt. a whiskey man in the fiffi"- ,of gov-r
Mr. J. E. Ad:n .-f: I W-.ln--1,av rnor tannrot mnakew the state wet. hut- wlmoerhat s make it impossible far
for a su'-o-rs i :r :er A .rner who owes his el-ctio-i hmto give the office his personal at-
h,,-e ,, nc r ;r.,en, i!l'.. <;.,. to tho e lw hiskey interests will lo) their tention.
~Mr. Galloway has no other business
Mr-. E. S. -Gaie- i..-f: *. : w .k f,)' bidding when the time arrives for him a le w g o t uie
and, if elected. will giive to Its duties
r.n S:rs. ierar Port Tampa. to 1..t; a governor owing hisU election his lforsonal supervision, l) erforuing
x ,here i. e funuis' ... t th- hik."v men woull exercise h i' IT
Iov1 ourn~h:e... 1eV dul,' >. :'-o'. ;'.e, 1 ae .,,it intu.nte on te most of its duties in person.
M'. 5 nI)lr. n -s ottI i 'slatur- in sais up to the Claristian Peopel to
M r,. . ,...I). l: r i .1.1l, l- l, I .,." I t r i l s!:i11in g . . .. .. .



This is true because the sheriffs,|
oonstables and deputies will take their
cue from the man higher up, and will
deal lightly with that menacing
"speak easy," the blind tiger. To m-,
lest the blind tiger is to cut off reven-
use from the whiqk-y men. The sa.,'
of whiskey, whether legal or illegal.
is for the pecuniary profit of th-
whiskey dealer: so it is also contrary
to the law. order, peace and (ligniy:.
*f the state and community.
Gilchrist stands fo)r whisk,,y and all
that it carries with it; Stockton ttan(lI
against whiskey anti all that f)ll,)'A-
in it- \'%-ike.
Gilclrii-t is not avwoiely anil ,,p';I,
a candidate of the whiskey ring-. bht
he is taci:ly and willingly so. andi thi-
hle cann,,t deny.
SlocKt,,n is th,1 canlndid(t,. -of th 1, "-
i )le-thi moral. law-abiding.- and lil:'-
ty loving I)e,)ple. wh, d i) ot wan', -
see the state governed ly I p),-ci;tr in-
A vot-, for (Gilchrist is a v,.t. f.,"'
thest. special interests. Tl.-'y p, *-, .-s
Gilchrist alral,!y. I is vain frr lii' i
to) e his fr,-,.,, orn ,f th,.:n !i i
he stan'.s sho)uld'-r to shoul,!r .% i.;
th-nim. He cannt leanest ct hins.lf *:
th, contract by miere ass,,rtiil.
A vot,, for Stc.kto)n is a 't :.r i
mian wh l has sjt'nt a lif.' in ', tmi ht .
c,)rrui)ti,1n in thi,, statr,. wh, i .,"% ,t X-
for recognition ;at tii. hazil-z if !.i
people \ iorn li h .:s wrktd I e:t.:
and faithfully. eI& %'


Ocala, Fla.. May 2'!. l1 ',
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
In the election of Mr. John P ( loway to the office, of sheriff of Ma
rion county those of ui; calling o ir
selves Christians have an opportIIIn'T
of giving the the,)ry anid lrecelp:'.- ,
our calling a pracric:-i al)pp)licatio0.
We ho ar a gr.':,: a1o', tit
"saving of preliouls souls." I' i- ;;
one thing of all otlih-rs to bt)- don'. 1-
is for this purpose thie cthurch,- ;
estal)ihsed andl thli. ) ,p'- l i5s jl ;t( -
el. For this l)uri)s w, se ( ,Ii.l o,:
frail women across the seas ;ilnd hv.
tbhm live in stranug,, lanls. We senjd
them to hearhen China airi -avag.-
We, are remi:nl(ei tlilat we ar',.- "iur
brother's keeper.' and if we fail ,)
lend him' "a he!: iu,< hand" thit \\.
shall be held res-ponsible for telr con
duct in the great assizes.
Shall we seize u!)on ih, olpporti:nit.\
and give a I)ractic.,l test to our pr,,-
CeptS and the world a beautiful ilius-
tration of our sincerity?
Mr. Billingsley, speaking for the
Christian people, tells us to let Mr.
Galloway go on his way-a way which
Mr. Bullock tells us has been forc;,d
on him not from choice but from th
hard taskmaster of necessity.
Mr. Galloway has a most interest-
ing family, nice boys and girls, the




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Lca and Personal

From Sunday's Daily:


.l-s Kae Gamnisby's music class


Mr. John T. Iewis of Moss Bluff Hon. Frank Pope. the ditir~ulsh-,! gax, their annual recital Friday night i
Was in the city Friday. Jacksorville attorney, made a talk in ia; ,the ocala House, and as is always
q--N _^the court ,house in this city Saturday [the case it was largely attended by
Mr. Robert Focnot of Eastlaklte. o. Th adee w nd
wS town rida .afternoon. The audience was notthe relatives and friends of the young
large enough ;o call for anything lik i musicians.
Mrs. S. R. Pyles is very much im- an oration v. which he is so capable of The following program in full was
proved after her recent severe illness. making. The audience number not i rendered by the pupils:
,more inan one hundred, if so many. j )et "Annieandlouise" Waltz--
Mrs. Holstein and baby of Hague i
are in the city on a visit to the for- r Pope bean by sayin that chzl n is anby.
mer's parents. Capt. and Mrs. S. R 'would only speak in a conversational! Sol. (Grandmoth-i' Mi.--
PyIes. way. He said that both the candi-! Sdr Harold.
N_ r e ts ct F a dates for governor were members of Duet, "*le l:;t, Tru, if**-';r"-.(.i-
News readied this city Friday of
the death of Mrs. W. H. Wells. at her the same party and there was a great i;4t S _; r a:id -is "Gnisil
home at Martin. Mrs. Wells was a deal of similarity in their lives. Both ,;olo. 'Al!a Tarantella"--Mabel IMe:-
sister of Mrs. G. D. Hogan. were from the little town of Quincy. fort.
S-The fortunes of both had been wreck- "-'oo, "W\ill the W\V.)"-Rexie
Mr. J. Walker Bishop !s steadily inj ^ ^ ^ T !
Mr. J. Walker Bishop Is '4eadilyv iria-ied by the result of the wai; that both T( .,.
proving, much to the pleasure of ill had left their home town about th ". "At ihe Cihcus"-- Martha
hho letnowr om ohim.u t-
who know him. same time for other sections of ih'-'Ki R,.ntz and Miss GCran.hAy.
solo, "La pb' l. Harpf 'roienn,,"--4;lad,;s
Mr. James Engesser has sold ou, state, and both had bten reasonably ,
his cafe to a gentleman from Dunnel- successful. .,-. ,d .- lic c
Io. who will take charge of the sam Both had been menb-rs of the 1 I T rlse-Ahce Se
at o~o. 'islature and both had been giv* n ] tOL.
GA ., ifa" I, Iar(.h A fe
opportunity of ninmaking a record ani : I r Marc"-Alfred
Mr. F. W. Blitch of Berlin was ;n re.atation. That Mr. Gilchrist hlad ;- ;-, and, Mis Gamsby.
Ocala Saturday and ma Bamner a most pleasant and welcome had nover signed a whiskey petitio- (: .Anni- l.aurie Perry.
call. and ha.d never voted a "wet" ticks. ., ."': Riez Plus"-Olive Wes-
Tha' v.-hen the question of calling : -
Mrs. W. D. Richey and handson.e we, and ,]-y election in DeSoto .on'- Nh '-''. '1..' \llrinure de la Source"
little son. William. have gone to Mil- ty (now several years agoi was ',. ;rown.
ledgeville, Ga.. where they will spenJ for s-;lemt. that he too1k an at-t; : ,. "\'VI.,"-Theo Walls.
the summer with relatives, an(l p-omini-nt ,art in ilacinz i;d ,1 a la Polka"-Ellen
coun,.v n the ,tVy colm.:n. Tlh '' t v r... i'.
Messrs. Clarence and Wilburh wco a inth ber of h- l T :h,;'.:, v- "",'IE !"- Holp Robinson.
he wv i mca if~lher o l eK ,,. W( Yrnll"Hp ois
Cleveland are at home from Wint." he ha,! voted rg:ins; indefim. r,- ..- --*,. ,)n.,.idu"-uEthel Crosby.
Park for the summer vacation. TN-, poinD sol:ou submitrriu :, ; *. acolh Miss Damne.
i M' 4,,- .,lS 0,ttio! .n a"n l- R u t h B o n ey1 .
are students at Rollins College. quetifn of a )-")hition am,',n .na"-Rut Boney
to tht co aSitt:tiojnl. wlnc." ,.' .... -
Mrs. William Williams of Mayo i ", i Sn"-NI ot
theguestof her dahters. Ms. would stale was t: '(, -a ;. a .a:- I)in Song ,- nNtlLe Cott-,
theguest Of hor daughters, 'Mrs. R.-Z.,"
Hall and Miss Mattle and Carrie WI1- for the rn;ion. Thai. he .,. w- '"
MPoem.-0 (hi .Mu1o Per-
liams. at the home of Mrs. Hall. Mr. Gilchrists public reCor.! ,T, h Pf
lines of temiplrance wori ,'ir- y,'.l Hav craft.
Mrs. Mazie lyles and pretty little lance legislation. t). A"-ine Ballan n"--Sara D.-
laughter. Dorothy, left Saturday What, he asked, had Mr. S1o0 (il,< '.
morning for a visit to relatives :." been? He had bten a h i:t- rT(". .,f,,. "i i. 1.,auo "-Mrs.
Morriston. From there they will go was regarded as a leader. lie h',d ;'I.* ;.. S,'-iignan.
to Willliston and Blltchton, and wi'llright to introduce temper.ance lei.l-.- M :s- (amsh "s pupils always play
be away until July. ition. but the records are silent along dehghihP.y ;nd the recitals each year
!thes? lines sc far as Mr. Stockton is have become a 0ara ox or musical life I
Mim Emma Nelson. who has been concerned. He never introduced, nor and are looked forward To with. great
spending the past few days in Ocala worked for any temperance legisla- interest, and it would h' almost im-
with her friend, Miss Annie Atkinson. tion whatever. He says that he onlv possible for us to g',: Ilong without
left Saturday for Sumterville, where mounted the temperance band wagon them.
"she will visit relatives before remurn- whin he was put on notice by the ti The ni-dals this ye-ar v vre Won )y
ung to her home in Tampa. dal wave that was heralded from Geor- Miss Sara Davis in the senior cassI
gia. 1'ntil after that date his voice and by Miss Gladys Drake in the ju-
There wa a picnic and political ral- ln on e subject in his home nior class .he former receiving t'
number went out from Ocala. Mr. tngold medal andti the latter the ,'vr
to~tTa d&prt ffnins -1"
e LaH and a party of friends H, ail. howe er, that he (lid not medal. They were presented by .J udge:
weut out In his auto. Oh. these an- wih o convey ,he idea that Mr. W. S. Bu!oc!, who is a past ma-.r:
to% are certainly a blessing, especial- Stockon mself as not a temper- i ts art
ly over aulong tie. road in the Stocktonisbreceiled '."slnot adytemper- inrthis art.
-l over a dancee man. and that his private lifI Miss Davis received 238 perfect nn:
ood old summer time.was correct along said lines. sic marks and miss Nellie Gotttlieb
r. G. te He said that Mr. S~ockton was a 2:37. Miss Ethel Haycraft and Miss
Mr. G. W. Stevens, who has been ^ ^ ^ ^ ,Ehl Cob ahrcie 3
ick with fever ever since before Politician, that he wac nurtured i r Ethel each received 236
Christmas. is now well enough to take the camp of strong factionalism and marks.
a trip to the gulf. Mrs. Stexenls, who 'had imbibed all the craft antd ,-unning In the junior class Miss Drake's re-
a tpao been sick. will accompany that belong to the school ,: i':.eion- cord was 232 marks, followed by Miss
heasbd oen histrip. y arealism: that he and his fac,.n ha'l L.ul Ruth Boney with 225 and Miss Mabel
r hobid on hs trip. They are p-ontrol of Jacksonville city poCi- ,'' with 29 marks.
e tics for a long time and gave a i R A C I

Mies Laura Norwood, who has been tory of the investigations and expo.;
at Stet~on l-nivereity the past term. ires recently made by an inestiigioim ,^ a' vi ^. ry
rt d home 9aturday. Her Moth- of experts and with what ini.fferance motdsre~sine accident that oc-i

er, Mr. M. A. Norwood. went over t% Mr. Stockton treated the revelaions f Rockwell'
c u r reitaef e w m il e s so u th o f R o c k w e l l
DeLm for the commencement exer- made public by said committee which Vedn n r. g
Cg Sad came home with Miss Nor- involved the integrity of those in con- Wednesday night. Mr. Allick Inglis
trol of the city s affairs and himself was coming from Inglis to Rockwell
.on his railroad motor car. He had
__ as the benficilary of one of the larg-
- -on the car with him two friends, Mrs.
Mrs. R. E. Yonge, Sr., her daugh- est contracts. and Miss Davis, and when the car
ter, Bri Yog, and granddaughter, He said that in this city, -WhereMr and Miss Davis, ani when the car
t. Ern on e. ^d ^*~l 'l ~ e sa<' '^ t~s ch he*eM was running at a high speed it struck
lmmaSage, returned home Satur- Stockton was best known andti where? was running at a high speed it struc
day afe, woum from a visit to rela- he had lived since he was a boy that some object on the track and the car
tives in Jacksonville. They were ac- he had not been given a vote of con- and occupants were hurled some feet
nnmp&Jed home by Mrs. Yonge s fidence and surely those people li- .. into the air.brk.n an Mr.
grandchildren, the two little daughters ing outside the city of Jaclksonvilh. D a
"Inglis was very badly hurt, but the ex-I
of Mr. ad Mrs. Otto Mente, who will are not warranted in giving to him t- Ito Wh ver baj hat hn tete
hbe h for several weeks. ;what had been denied to him in his t, ,f.hDi, .vus, ha -, ninioye -e

Catarrh, the Bane of the World

i Pe-ru-na, the Standard Remedy.


Catarrh is recognized all over the civilized world as
a formidable disease. In the United States alone, two
hundred thousand people have catarrh annually. In
other countries the ratio or victims is as great
For many years Pe-ru-na has held the foremost
place as a standard remedy for catarrh.
Persons objecting to liquid medicines can now pur-
chase Pe-ru-na tablets.

CARD CLUB MEETING (;-nf-ral Stephen !). Lee. command THE SKIPPER OF 0000 SHIP
e r-ini-chief of the (' ConfPderate Vet.-- LOVE
Mrs. John Taylor was the pretty i who was to have presided at th.
I w *c t h p v o ,at Th,- good ship IAOV#' is in port tou1046
hostes of the card club Thursday a* annual re-union so n to he hIld :t ,.. shi l) aisot
Y -l annul reiinin so~n t he elolit:I.*. port of ?!r~dise:
ternoon. Birmingham, Ala.. during the Indian The .kiipp r hfo ; well her ship 1a
Mrs. Taylor entertained at the homen- i war of 1857 was in Florida and for i place-
of her mother, Mrs. G. S. Scott. d. his 1.,a(l qi*: h414 ;1 ,.wI' iii h,.r i .-I
Five tables were placed out on the ife was at tLUt tifi.< paym-astei gne;-
. .^ 1111,t Anti I but a thr on the good ship Love,
pretty lawn under the shade trees, al and paid off the soldiers here. He A I ut a taron ih Lav,
Await thw skipper*% command;
which made the games more enjoya- was pleasantly remen-wmbered by the For I lo,. aklme. but to die for betr-
ble, the day being such a warm one. I late General Robert Buiilock and Dr. Or fly to a lditant land.
As the guests arrived Mrs. Taylor S. W. Moody. and the latter gentle-
passed them cool and very refreshing man had some correspondence with She *-as no,' *, word to guide meot,
Lemonade. him just prior to his death. Gen. 1, She lauighs vth h.r heart aw;
I Those present to enjoy this lovely was a lieutenant general in the ('on- But I shall turn to a pirate bold.
Meeting of the card club were: Mrs. f iderat- army. general Robert ,- Andt threaten a mutiny
W. H. Powers. Mrs. ('. S. Ciill.n. Mrs. w bliv w the onv fI! -n.,ral
:M. J. Roess. Mrs. ('has. Rheinauir.ackson. ongstreet. (ordon. Hill.Thm. I 4a.11 1 .*th* I ri, vl ahip
,Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. W. V. NVIStewart. Bragg, Beauregard. FOhI. I .. '.
som, Miss Esther \VWcathers. Miss Al- | a a ,,r <.' kilp.r my captive h,.
!Polk, Johnston, and a number of w ?h-
.ice Bullock,. Miss Louise Harris, Miss With ai) Sails -wt to the hrw'z" (of joy.
I . . r., w r he li,;tnanur g#.nerai l all #o I& I i,.t






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To the Democrats of Marion County:

LTa n only 49 votes to give nni a clean rmj:r>' >r*'. ail opprnentt
Sthe first primary,. I appeal with confidence to the 'hi'- democrats of Mli-
rtk county for continued support in the secoi con'e:s! :-.n June 16th. 1
am deeply grateful for the .I< , givai me.
I am proud and g'ratef^'. &)9.-. ;!. rhat my fight -a. ').oon (ondutiU'ttl
tMkraghout by miysei n. reri s i. a ei an. hoiie.; :": ..trai:i:3f.orward
If you wish to know-whetiher I am fitte, to -ive --,. :. r'i. ,i .-l
and etclent administration of th', sheriff's officc asi. .L g oi ppept. of
Ije and Sumter cou:tites. wih3.,e sh,-riff I waT ;, .. .. Z .

a" i sthe bet pbi. argument that you can safely commit to me the im-
rtaat oek sherIiff.
Bear In mind that I am under no promise or obligation, except that I
4do plge myutf'to a a boaest and impartial enforcement of all the laws-.
regardl~es of tsyoH or &6tjons.
PN m attns oto reports or charges, like the one circulated univer-
@afy ere t rie6mt election, that, if defeated I Intendedi to run as an
pesd at mad receive the negro vote. This was a ,alse and cowardly
atser, plt 1 Iard too late to deniiy. Its author dares not let himself b,
mwn, and has not the courage to mak .such charge publicly.
If you ele e to this office, you may rely upon my carrying on your
IT"w-t OA? ,i1to promptness and with strict obedience
tal~W1. ]if -kf 'ti "'ana personal attention shall be devoted to serv-
1 i, : l*" Sincerely yours,

Di, Oft C 4 3 to 6 Kes b y Discohol
NM I-8 l Tepartoa Ita Uid ladd. powde forms. The only kaqwn
me tr AlIB I- M .disese. Coo W *Ve with coft tea. cocoa or nilk

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The democratic state executive
committee met at the Aragon hotel in
Jacksonvil!e anti canvassed the re-

turns of the firs' primary and declar-
ed the follo'qvng result:
The s'ate ex'ceutiv% r ,mmitt-,e ii
compos .1 of -I. following. a majority
of whom v--' present, either in per-
.-on o- by proxy:
Chairman. Artihur T. Williams.
Scret .:'. -Herbert L. Dodd.
T:'eaw'. r". Clarke Knight.
Roll of MIvimbers by Counties-
Ah'-h'1a. Dr J. F. McKinstry: Baker.
NH..T. Rhodlen: Bradford, A. B. Long;
BrevatrJ, Wade S. Jones: Calhoun, W.
B. Ciark: Citrus. J. M. Young: Colum-
bla. John W. Hatcher: Clay. S. M.
Hendricks: Da.lo, E. M. 'Dimick: D'1-
Soto. W. E. q,-'it.ner: Duval, P. A. Dig-
nani: Esami'i. .. E. Muldn: Franl-
lin. H. J. (::.:,! Gads-in. P. P. Mc-
Keown: Ha,:.i!ton. C. A. Steph'ins:
Hernando. Geori( C. Martin: hills-
borongh. C'arl;-:. Knight; Holmes. H.
Whtaker: .a-:-k--.n, W. E. B. Smith:
Jefferson. .1. M. Lamar: Lafayette, W.
H. Chauncey: Lake. IL. E. Dozier: Lee.
W. H. Towis: Leon. Fredl T. Myer. "
Levy, S. Phillips: Liberty. J. E. Rob-
erts: Madison. C. E. Davis: Manate'.
Dr. John 0. Brown; Marion, Dr. W. M.
Griffith: Monroe. George W. Rey-
nolds; Nassau, J. H. Sauls: Orange.
W. L. Palmer: Oscola. J. A. Lancas-
ter; Pasco, M. J. Dooner; Polk, Max
Reif; Putnam. F. J. Fearnside; Santa
Rosa, Ernest Amos: St. Johns. Albert
H. Mickler: St. Lucie, W. J. Tucker:
Sumter, C. F. Venable: Suwannee. 1.
J. Platt: Taylor, W. H. Hendry; Vo-
lusia. James W. Perkins: Wakulla.
Nat R. Walker: Walton. J.1. C. Me-
Sween; Washington, W. W. Jones.
Members at Large-J. W. Adams.
Sanford; J. M. Bryan, Kissimmee; Ar-
thur T. Williams, Jacksonville: A. C.
Blount, Jr., Pensacola; S. J. Hilburn,
Palatka; Raymond, D. Knight. Jack
sonville: A. W. Cockrell, Jr., Jackson-
ville; Warren E. Anderson, Pensaco-
la: S. J. Blitch and C. D. Clough,
Lakeland; C. 0. Codrlngton, DeLank
William Hocker, Ocala: Herbert L.
Dodd, Lake City.
Campaign Committee-Chairman.
Arthur T. Williams: secretary, Her-
bert L. Dodd: S. Phillips, W. J. Tuck-
er. F. J. Fearnside, A. W. Cockre]l,
Jr., and ClArles Davis.
The Returns
Friday and Friday nigbt the cam-
paign committee canvassed the re-
turns of the first primary, which show-
ed the following results, all counties
having reported except Calhoun.
United States Senator
John S. BeaId.............. 4592
N. B. Broward.............. .19038
DIncan U. Fletcher..........17208
William B. Lamar...........12572
Fer Pr-lsntial Elector.
H. P. Bailey................20273
P. W. Butler...............18532
George P. Lappingto.. ......14819
Robert E. Dals.., ..... ....25631
George C. Martin....... .... .20756
Samuel Pasco...............21682
G. J. Strorter........... 12251
For National Committeeman
T. Albert Jennings..........18155

William S. Jennings.......... .16998
Delegate to National Convention
J. E. Alexander..............15912
Basil 0. Bowden.......... .. 9303
Max M. Browne.... ........ 12454

J. Hall Brumsey........
A. C. Clewis... ........
Charles F. Eaton........
D. J. Herrin... ........
A. J. P. Julian...... ...

.... 7604
..... 8622
. ... 9843
... 6338
.... 5950

A. S. Mann. ..... .......... 9652
J. H. W. Phillips............. 4431
Frank W. Pope............. 8531
J. H. Reese... ... ... ....... 6q00
R. H. Shackleford.... ...... 907T,
F. B. Stoneman.............. 51q4
First District Delegates
John W. Barton. ........... .,073
W. A. Fulton.............. 27:.S
I. S. Giddens............ .. 7584
A. .l. Knight -- 7557

Royal C. Dunn..... ,........15183
E. W. Irvine............... 6443
W. K. Jackson.. .............10411
Julius Salomon........ ...... 9536
Adjutant General
.1. Clifford R. Foster..........298T41
State Chemist
R. E. Rose.. . . . ... 727
Justice of Supreme Court I
Villiam A. Hocker.. ... .....25922
Thomas M. Shaekl'ford .......253S 1
State's Attorney-Fourth Judicial Cir-

William A. Hallowes.......... 23S
A. G. Hartridge........ ..... 2. ;:
C. B. Peeler ... ..... ... .. 1 2
Resolution Adopted
When the report of the campaign
committee had been made A. W. Coc';-
rell. Jr., introduced the following res-
olutions, which were passed:
"Resolved, by the Florida State
Democratic Committete. That the fol-
lowing named candidates. received .t'
majority of the votes cast at the pri-
miary hdd on the 19th of May. 1904,
and aro hereby declared to be the
nominees of the democratic party in
(he state of Florida. and the execu-
tive officers of t'.e committee are'
hereby directed to mak, certificates
accordingly: that is to say-
H. P. Bailey, P. W. Butler, Robert
E. Davis, George C. Martin and Sam-
uel Pasco for presidential electors.
T. Albert Jennings for member of
the national democratic committee.
H. CNay Crawford for secretary of
Park M. Trammell for attorney gen-
A. C(. Croom for comptroller.
W. V. Knott for treasurer.
William M. Holloway for superin-
tendent of public instruction.
B. E. Mcliin for commission, e of
J.1. Clifford R. Foster for adjutant
R. E. Rose for state chemist.
William A. Hocker and Thomas M
Shackleford for justices of the su-
preme court.
C. L. Wilson for state attorney from
the first judicial circuit.
George W. Walker for state attor-
ney from the second judicial circuit.
Carey A. Hardee for state attorney
for the third judicial circuit.
John C. Jones for state attorney for
the seventh judicial circuit,
Four Bryan Delegates
"Resolved, further, That the follow-
ing named candidates for delegates to
the national democratic convention,
to be h-eld in Denver, have received a
majority of the votes cast at the pri-
mary held on the 19th of May, 1908,
and are hereby declared to be dele-
gates of the democratic party of Flor-
ida to said convention; that is to say-
James E. Alexander for delegate to
the national democratic convention
from the state at large.
I. S. Gidens and A. J. Knight for
delegate to the national democratic
convention from the first congression-
al district.
Frank L. Mayes for delegate to the
national democratic convention from
the third congressional district.
In Second Primary
"Resolved, further, That the follow-
ing named candidates did not receive
a majority of the votes cast, but did
receive the highest number of votes
cast, and a second primary being ne-
cessary, such candidates are to be
certified to the several county com-
mittees as candidates in such second

primary; that is to say-
N. B. Broward and Duncan U.
Fletcher for United States senator.
Albert W. Gilchrist and John N. C.
Stockton for governor.
Royal C. Dunn and W. K. Jackson
for railroad commissioner.
William A. Hallowes, Jr.. and A. G.
Hartridge for state attorney for the
fourth judicial circuit.
Basil 0. Bowdlen. Max M. Browne,
A.. G. Clewis, Charles F. Eaton, A. S.
Mann and R. H. Shackleford for del-
egates to the national democratic
convention for the state at large.

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