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:
June 5, 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
29.187778 x -82.130556


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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-.uwu n i a1I VETERANS D
S- One of the prettiest of parties for
MrV B. T. Perdue came up Wedne- The i ickis ,n Chapter 1. D. C., are the little folks was given on Wednes-
day from Br,oksville for a brief visi., always d,,ing s,'n.,thing elegant f day afternoon when little Morris Car-
t roll. the bright and pretty little daugh- a
Iithe Confe. \+ r.-t,+ V.-tera:- s.
Mrs. A.'ch Mclver is visiting at '" ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll. in-
\Vedncsday b-ing the centenary an-
Lake Weir. niversary of Jefferson Davis' birthday vited about fifty of her young friend!
4V. to enjoy the occasion with her.
S Mr. B. J. ('ulverhouse is very ill atA was ...brat, d in a very handsome to enjoy the occasion with her.
The other little hostesses were Me- D
his horne in the fourth wardi :,manner. The, celebration was begun ris little cousins, Leontine '
Ie atT 4cnc with ao n big dine ris's little cousins, Leontine Ranisau-'r
I at twelve ,,'clock with a big dinner atrinnh fu'r"-
and Christine Hannah. -f St. I
Congressman and Mrs. William Ba- theo Gary grove, on Fort King avenue. rg
S ley Lamar of Monticel:o expect t! Twc large tables were spread, anIl
j] .*t~ai:- x\,.s in every ,].tv il very
spend the summer traveling abroad. i the-re was ample room for every invit-
Si ;.r::'.;- l -v ::ied for th, ,ccasi r. C. F. enableie. after ,oir gu to sit and njoy the fea-
rwiC. F. Vath very comfort of meal at h-, o h. ],. .,f hr Parents on Sout'i
few days ini Ocla, went down to .n- T inner was a most boumntifl "h:-'; -*,t *:,renrting a ,,st an-
+T il V in ^d v af<~in - 'n~at-et;, ali,}'-cran'e fr,)m fou'r to si .
ter Hill Wednesday afternoon. elegantly prepared and ther- aarane r for to
roughly enjoyed by the guests of the
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bridges ar,: neow Daughters. an n T!:a,. mml fr the, afternon we( re
mainDteiuhmeahte ers.e an] never a finer Trneal has ,,
nalkiMn ther home at the rvsid.,nce ; tif ;,- A It ,.spl)cially delight and j
"been served in Ocala.
Mr. end Mrs. C. A. Liddon. i Ocala. hilren and wtre played on
SAfter the dinner there were sever..l .. hilt'r10 and ,,ar, Clayd o'C
r th" ir t'.h: lawn. and each child wa !
Mr. Frank L. Wing wes lipctel p.y- ip-omptu spec,.he+s onade. Mr. Henry g! i o i f as a,
8i.: p Ir, tty fa.n as a favor, which
or of Tampa Tuesday ,iv(r Mr. W. 1P. W. Lng acting a- mat,-r of c-rron- p, 1 rygreatly.
Prec*er, the present mayor. iC ht-, -.t,h hise'-'\ere prettily attired
(' ,.pt. W L. Dittm was f;r-t called on. in ".we
in w'hir. ,Itresse with white ribbons. ;,,
M C. S. Cullen and children .-rt H+He enthu;:a.4tiallv thanked thet, ladie- -,
"Th,, s-ziQting the childr,-n in hav-
down to Woodmar Wednesday ar-fotr their untiring kindness and dtv ; t h-
0o o oomrWen,. ayafI-!in a. 'h::g<,,q.d timne were th#efollow-
DOOM to spend a month at Blair Vi!a. ; !o the, v,.terans. He, also paidl i .g nd ire f -
tribut, to the mnem4.ry and virtues of in Irn-u Mr. ad rs. Ca'-
Mr Gibbs, a prominent woman "f.Je.,,,n Davis. tracing his history rul. .Tr. ittinr. Misss Adele Bit-
Cbeter, S. C, is in the city on a vis!t kr.,. ir birth to his deatk. nd said :i5n, L *,is, Harfris. Flornc Wa- f
to ber friend, Mrs. S. Waterman. ,tha i.e would stand out in his coun- tt-r-. Fay Cr:itbtz, Mrs. Ellin and Mrz.
_____ -- ^- -^^ ^Selig-inv n. r
Stry's annals as one of the great men ig n. B
4 Mr. Battle Inglis, formerly of Mad- cnt- crean, cake and candy were I
iton, but now of Birmingham, Ala.. t Dr. c. ('. tarrll, who is always s.rvod. and the fifty future ppuL-.
in (Ocala the guest of his wife's pa- primd with wit and loquencecaa belle.s and also the two fonlyi
in Oala the^ws 01 s wre. prie wit wit^ a^nd eloquence. was
rents, Col. and Mrs. J. H. Livingston. next cald on and responded m-t s.1ial lba+tx asked (Master William
and his Uttle son. John. who has beenhapil. H said that he him -, Mllwain and Master Harris Pow-
in Oc(ala with his grandparents for rs d a very happy aft-rnoon to-
a soldier, and told ,,'f his hardship .. ha ,r halpy aft, rn, on to- ii
several months. Mr. Inglis is on hi San Antonio. Texas, when fightin.- :gtl,.r a
wa*y to /rt Ingis v TL;' good luck dime in one of th.o
way to Port Ingis. was goin on in Cuba. His sp,+ech was TI:,- g,,,(luck dime in con of the .
I_ Z lics ,f cake was found by Elizabeth
Mrs. John Potter and children -of intrject41 with a.dedotes apt ander of the gov-
Y.,u-ng. the. lit tl, daughter ,,f the gov-n

Summerfield are spending a few day.4 pleasing. rn,..n. boiling contractor.
in Ocala as the guests of Dr. and Mr. Mr. g thn g.' a hrilling a- b
W. V. Newsom. Mrs. Potter is thceount -if th- charge ,,f thl. Ninth l,'r- MR. HAYES WEDS IN JACKSON-
ida r,-ginitnt at the battle- ,,f 0 01 1I Nt~ ,-~I LE(
widow of the late John Potter. a rint at th battl a- LLE
nephew of Dr. Newsom. who was foul- hr, when a wrong order was g:v-.. rr. JessI Brooks Hayes ,f this ciiv
Iv murdered by a negro man several w ichmeant certain -a an Miss Jnie Essie Guynn of Jack-
dierg forming the unfortunate pi(kota d
Weeks agqo,% 1444)?"Oe fvi -e wre very quietly married at
weeks ag". line. The charge was headed by ('a e ver ey ma n s
,ht 4,-, (1' i~WVefdnesday evening,
Mrs. Jacknon. who has been spend- Pickens Bird. and every sll,-zr v ,r'n- c
Juthh,.ethe third at the home of the
ing several months in Ocala with h,.r ing this line went to hs e.ath or Iiwel\tely afttr their mar-
S daughter, Mrs. Henry Livingston, has badly wounded, yet not a one ,ltak-i, n '
returned to her home at Gainesvill-. or halted. It was a r-p.*Iti,,n of ring. Mr and Mrs. Ha yes left for
(icat,, w,t,r tht, Atlantic C,,a-t Line, ar-

Georgia. Mrs. Livingston and her charge at Balaklava-it w:A- t'-,i.r.e -teatlic o na,,Lne ar-.
tour youngest children accompani-d to reason why; it was th, irs t,, <., orf r f t r,
Gaiesvll, ad illI ie.vwill bet at home, after the fifth for th.
Mrs. Jackson to Ginesville, and wI di suimr in Mr. C. Judd' home atr
spend some time with her there. --.- of the Ninth regiment at the timn-- t4l11 o. vf st. i
Mis? Anni, M. Sharpe of this citv,. of the fateful picket charge., cnsis'- Mr. Haves has be,,n in Ocala fir
who iQ th' head teacher at the Wash- ing of every fifth man of the line. H ar has a position witi
mth,'.I. 1t. .Masters company in the dry
ir.ton SIn.inarv in Atlanta. sailc 1 said he, sure that a mistake ha z j ( artrnt. He is a youn
(r,,m Jack ,,nville Tuesday on the Ar- been made, as the ,rr.ier to take' th, an
apahe, for Now York City. g<,in" on 1 breastworks meant certain death. <, anal appearannero
the same ship with Mrs. Austin an. he t,,,k the' Iprec.cnti,,n b,.fe'r,' giv'n* 1d r i g apparace. H
~~has mhacl, at 1,,yal friend elf all his bu-:
Miss Austin. From New Y,,rk Ci'v th,. .mmand of havn ng the ord.r r,- ,, l
Miss Sharte g,,.s to Alexandria ,.l.,.o ., .rn, he.adiu rt.e., not ,only n '. ti unlt all *h, have (
n.* .l!Ih ~di w 1rlcatImet hin am r hi. frie.nds.
s, pe.nd th& si.ner with he.r ,i-t ....,, t .tl-s .-' an< ti,, s, rluctan charming and a.-
r (. n a n n. ..\ ~ *.*. ,P : i .: ".-x,cuti,,"r.. t*ty .s (h r i g a d a'
Mr-. C. F. Pren;a't,.T. K 8 t'e.Iiv,, y.>ung w. mian. and her hus-
2', 1" ,.i...,i t'"- ,- : ,1 ,,"i -.,., ,.n',',*n e -, .*. I*
-t,,t t, -- f r ,.-n ~ ts r, ill b -: d ,.-lig h t ,c ,t t ',
r ,-cciwcr h; s h,. ,n alP int'l :! '" v. ,, *e... th. i'^ ,is-t t .,' o<*!*';< e. <-oug:'". t
the A.nri,'an Eye gn o Fatik of Jet- ,< a br:lli a:t :, ,. :* .. \'.',. ,n ,: ^' ;" itc li .n^T'.
sonville. which began 1,u-'.'ss on t''. ,v,.'..i th.. N ih;h r ,: ; r .... i 1 .1 h"
-. t i\,- t ': T ." '.< ; 'h ',. . . : 'TX~
first day of May. This ir -"Tutiof"
jush rteghslien ,IaY-nr'-sut by th ,':it'..r # 'rT,::-. :,- v V7Y-EIGHT POUNDS OF WA-
h,,r'resT li\,d bank in : his:, r:'" ,.ra.,. ; ," !,.+r! :.i;'-;. ;" ..... TERM ELON

banking. J s s' i'ta 1. ~.*.W~~K ... .

4'.-r'tain cr-d~tors m1 Il'fI' : 2 .a-. aa i'ThnakiwictP
above others, C.*2 r s v.11h. usa f~i-ih
. .ilround1).
The following aetho n nams cfj8- 8[ 1 pVs'ai)-,gr l Aat heier(lzb
whit teches wo t ~ he ~ MI Lr tMihis anid Ray. whio aro'rush-
-%- -e e c iv s w o o kthe e k is T ~ e j g a l a s ef th '' n le s to h
B'rin.J.'ie Brn E...!YI I K :11 iei8~ ,, l~i !Jl i f rk l lt K 8 81 Thel1 11- t 1.1l

Je.,hns--in of pOii .18 n:~h '
Ookeala. Irvine Nobleo-f R,6*1ic"l. -2. i 'at*dhn.' I.Mti.tesnl e-
liePasteur of 'tn".'' ~ ~ 'n.~.;rv. I' ~~'* c PWt ntp 'lnIV I~as
der -of Obcala. ShellY Sei' n r. ,'1, '
c-p-.rr lis-.Anei, 'of ca'tl:ti*Y. l(dt'
Maude Harter -of tpr. i)znie
W ilson of R edtlich and -ngs a th~'~ a tg 'izi n th--ir c zent alurt lle.', i e-t
M ,a in e (o f L ~eonardv ille. 'N -':C Y -anC .. r-1*, I1. ci- aaitSo l11
,r N!. r1 I I' 1 1\' ltN\ alic 4tiliV z. C 'ei~1' a'~
Mr.~ a'*~~ Tai~ ''~1 rgt -r a crv.,gt I 11
w e are zed -,o learn l--riilio than in an y -if ithe sttte-4.
I r il r. I' i, rte,iltri (*i n t u s w a.\s s 0 f lia tIII'



ot nte quarter, section 27, a
" COUNTY (of the northwest gas consumed in th' court house at
N CO IT Itownship 14, range 20, on V. M. Seek- Ocala, Florida.
,,,,A|AA|a|r ingers place. Petition laid over un- Veryre'spectfully.
COMMI O R til next regular meeting of the board. CITIZENS' GAS COMPANY.
a Mr. J. L. V. Hudgtns filed a ,t.tition Per C. W. Hunter.

E A BUSY SESSION re ;u-sting the tbard :", form a r",v The board thereupon adjourned un-
____ !ielecti<.n istrt. as follw,- til tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock.

unnellon and Ocala Hard Road Mak-
ing Progress-Condition of the Poar
Farm-S. J. McCully Petitions for -
New Election District-Petitions for
Selling Liquors, Wine sand Beer-
Fire Arms Permits

Tufsd;'y. J-.:.^ 3". 911S.
F',ar(d of ti-unty -,omnmisslonrs, nimt
i r-g'Lr session ,on this date. Pres-
it: Hon. John L. Edwards. chairman.
R. Mathews, S. R. Pyles, N. A. Fort,
Y '. Turnr.
Minutes of last regular and special
meetings read and approved.
Cornnissi,,ner P:-Il-s reported that
i account of sic-kno-ss in his family.
is committee had not made investi-
ation as to treatment of convicts at
. P. Re-ntz's camp, and asked further
It was uplon mot ion ,ordered that the
,rrn,-r action of the board with refer-
nh+ to th- appointment of J. H. di
rass be r.s-.inded: that the said d?
;rass b, r()cornmended to the govern-
r for aIppointnment as mark and brand
.sp.ct~or for district No). 6.
Mr. E. W. Alhn appeared before the

<'on:ninc(:ng at tihe southeast cor-
n-r of s-'cin 16. township 16. south
of range -.i east, thence north to
n,,rth a:st oyrnter of sectionn 9. town-
sbip 1,. south. range 2(, east. thence
'.,i ts ii northwest corner of section 11.
Township 1', south of range 19, east,
thence south to southwest corner of
s etion 14. township 16, south, range
19. east, thence east to point of begin-
ning. Said district to be No. 33, with
voting place at Leroy. Petition filed
and laid over until next regular meet-
ing of the board.
The report of the commissioners on
the road known as the Belleview anl
Salzwedle road, was taken up and re-
port granted.
Commissioner Mathews, having filed
his report with the board with refer-
ence to work done upon Ocala and
Dunnellon road, from Dunnellon ta
where it intersects with the Stokes
Fe-rry road, which report is as fol-
June 2, 1908.
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the
I visited the hard road that is now

,ard a;.nd made a state'Tment in the in construction at Dunnellon

nter(est if Mr. 4'assells. who was danm-
aged while crs.-ssing a bridge near
lclntosh, whose claim for damages
vas refused by the board at its former
meeting. Mr. Allen requested that the.
(bard rescind its action and pay Mr.
'assells the actual damage. The re-
nuest was refused.
Mr. Allen then requested that a roal
overseer be appointed in the Mclntos.n
district, and recommended that R. ('.
Ztephens be authorized to repair the
lay roads in said district, which r,-
luest was granted.
The bond and contract of E. L. A:n-
lerson and N. H. Boswell, contractors.
o harden the Dunnellon and Ocala
road to intersection of Stokes Ferry
'oad was presented to the board exe-
cuted, and was accepted, and a copy
>f the same delivered to Mr. N. H
Upon mnotimn of Commissioner Tur-
iner tlhe resignation of R. C. Douglass
is mark and brand inspector, district
No. 16, was accepted, and the boar']
recommended to the governor the ap-
pointment of R. S. Shortridge ffor said.
The petition heretofore filed re-
liU-sting the board eof co.,tmyv commis-
si,,ners to close the, prese-nt riad I'-
:w,,n .Tu I' andtl I lun,,.l,' a lnd t(I
ltv. ti'e ),ala .M ;.'rt l. 1 C,,tton lMai t
,iii, Jtuliitte' r',oa, ext.'inl nl ,, ; ,r,,t
line fr ',n railreadl rt,-4silg at ,Juli'tt,'
[. ,,i't l\\e><; ,,or .'.r ,,f 1i1.' \\''st 4 '.,ta'-"
'"* ;"i. t lm'ric*'.' soii;'.i 0: 1 51-. rte'i .-*-*t e'I"
'~t,,:' t,, Ir ,' ) 'n ,ll<,1:+. \\,;is. n ;",,n n t >ti,,n ,,+
' "o+,]:,ris.

j '1 I + n 1 14 01e lk hi I and f
relisrt n h tijs ii'arc] thi'' ?el4QuthoI'i i f
Ili-' Shims ,family. with r'1"'~r4.'rmc#, it vt
l ing tlii' ehildre'ihi iie'.ete'

trii-t \''. 2 :A ln up rhmzi'nr it
it, ,,, na li' ;trd lh~''n] tim tiuc
anid 1,'.a a n'ITitc" ,f -s1' t 0a 1 d ica tlit

.\dvc'at it s r..ellirte'I by law, and it
fmrthr yw a rz gi ha t an ei #i je '('T.tils II
havebeepinte''el by any CinflON*wy
th.' Sai'tieTi--ML it shld Its ee ratofll'i


d(lay. I measured up 11,S80 feet or 2%

miles of said hard road that is near-
ing completion. I measured the widlth
of the road in several places an.l
found the hard surface to be ten feet
and six inches wide. With a pick an
shovel 1 dug through the hard surface
at what I (cns!dered an average thick-
ness of the road in the center and
found it to be nine inches thick. The
stumps and rees are not all removed
from the out edges of the road yet. but
this is being rapidly done. The ma-
nmaterial used in the hardening of this
road is a p,,or grade of clay, which I
very much regret, but the ('cntracto),rs
tell me that after a thorough search.
nothing better is ,obtainable.
J. M. MATHEWS. 'Com.
Tht' following order was made: I:
vwas upon motion ordered that an ad-
vance payment be made too the con-
tractors, Anderson & Boswell,. as the
payment under the contract $14>0.X0
in accordance with report as filed by
Commissioner Mathews.
A petition was filed asking that the
public(' r,,al be opened le'a(ling frim,
S!noak pIstotiffice to, the, town ,f .Ma'-
tin d'i scrii'l ias follows: ('4lilInen '-
ing w i,,ro- the i-'airtild .nd S, nl-:.
pTi st,'ffi' n' roead intttrm-cir-ts thet' Iisc, on-
tinued ["', .ringtn and t 'ala roiiad i"
s (.ctioiin 4. tio: .shi) 13. l'raiue 2 lan.]
runiinin in a so lti.aste r!v dir.'ctioee
n the- rt:oadl 1,,d of tl1, s;iil .le,.iiingtii
andm i)e:i la rIadt, through so.ctins ;24
-'7i and 'i, townshii 13. rang' 21. an il
:iroiLi'-h and] to th' so,)th ,omindlary of
-,.,ti.:i ^. ;,'.vn.mhip 14, rang,. '1,
i efl c < : tin ; 7, -,.- 1. 4, t and t 10 if town-
.iiip 14. ranet 21, to, th,. northwest t
'orn, r ,if lot one,. t,',\n ,of Martin.
then. ,mth thr,'ugh --- stiee.t 21',,
.yardIt- t tI. to t.r.4,, -,.." o if Th. M a-
"in :,IA1 Ih\.th,,ny :'.i.a I',.titi, 1n laid
p,\,v r ,in! i tIt Tix ri !l;,:!r rni,.,t inr g f
th.i bpoird.
E'd RIchmiardsin, an i.,ib,'i n-, \\as or-
,!-*rod taken to the' po.r fai'rmn and th?
assistance. \xhi' h the l,,ieoari tha.s here.
ofore b<-.' giving him g'Ahs ererIere']
The+ bIard thhere+upon apIrovt'd bond-
for (carrying fire-armrs andl orderedd li-

Wednesday, June 3, 1908.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
A communication was received
from Mrs. William Hocker, president
of the Women's (ivic League, request-
ing that the court house Janitor be In-
structed to thoroughly cleanse the two
public drinking fountains around thj
public square every Monday morning.
The request granted and so ordered.
A petition was filed by Commission-
er Fort requesting the board to grant
a public neighborhood road, viz: Be-
ginning at a point on the Electra ani
Saw Grass public road in the north-
west 1 of the northwest 4 of section
23, township 15, range 24, running in a
northwesterly direction to Lynne post-
office in section 9, township 15, range
24: also a public neighborhood road be-
ginning at a point in the northwest 'A
of northwest 14 of section 14. town-
ship 15, range 24, running In a west-
erly direction to Lynne post office.
The above petitions were grantoel
by the board as requested.
A committee of King's Daughters
appeared before the board and re-
questted an appropriation of $5 per
month be made for the maintenance of
Mrs. Marshall, a very needy person ,
and who is unable to help hers?;f
The request was granted.
Petition asking for county hard road
from the intersection of Bellevlei,
Chandler and North Lake Weir to the
Baptist church lhoated on the chautau-
qua ground-s was filed and laid over
until the next meting of the board.
H. M. Hampton appeared before
the board and requested that the
hoard relieve. the sheriff of amount
charged against him on account of th3
ninety day ( ost bond of William ManU-
field. The request was -refused by the
Mr. William Ty4on appeared before
the ioard and applied for a permit 1V
s.-11 liluors, wine'- and beer In elct,).l
district No 1. 1, )aln. The )board dl-
r+c'ted the clerk top advertise the neces-
sary notice.
Commissioner JPyles filed the poor
farm report. whih report is as fol-
Poo Frs:
Poor Farm Report for Month of May,

T- the 11inorah'e Fiard of 4'Ominty
',o;.riissimon, ers of .Marion Co'unty:
I visited the f;iarm io n the l-t ins'.
for tl,.e month o f May. The inmnates
are, the same as zof last
nonthi -f'our white's and eight colored. as to on', Mr. Daugherty, who
w\.is I,.-f,,r,. th-e 1,rI rtat the May meet-
intig and \\ase off.redi a place ini the
farm. If He ame. t, tho e farm anti after
.yta.ying a few hlatys a.ske.l for transpor-
tatiiein to, dpain.esvill.', l-a.. which wa,4
:'uri h.l-,i himm I Sy Su pieriintendent
['rist. "the im';n nite' arte doing rea;.%mn-
ably w. II Unrhdr the' irt'umstance-4,
th y b'. :ng all eof them oild. and either
hlind, lan. or ,paralytis., they require
o* n-idlr;a ,l,' ;it ti,, In the ;,.rwo.iI
of \1r--. .,, n-. . ". t, is noPt abd- ..p
* a:r '- ,,r. ,,r .r;,', he r.-|If frrn place.
'I if,', i reIiit-41t I, o,,ard, to, either
,,:l. r he r tr;ari -erre.! ti the h
,,r !haVe a nurset ?to i are, for her.
The" cc r of thhe farm are' goo d fl n-
side.ring the. drouth.
Herewith attached see financial re-
pI"ort : Res'Yple'tfully subrnittn.h,.
S. R. PYLES. <'Col. in ,'hrgoe.






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Thme one fg. thae rt ag, the fla for ? R f ue IUCtiera. .rieiuu-[-timpurarly esirangd oy Lac- county, and has been speaker of the and spoke in behalf of his road a:
dfl d We say this because General Gil- tionalism-his -arm was always out- house of representatives, but that is the official route e said that a s),*
whitefe a" % eam christ's record along the lines of tern- stretched. He was incapable of bear- all that can be claimed for him as a cia train will leave Jaeksonvlll
- n---- inb hJs own county and while a ing resentments and he climbed ,, state candidate. Sunday night at 7:::) o'lock.h racing
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 19M member of the legislature is easily ob- too lofty a height to be intolerant of That he was able to make the mag- Birmingham ar noon on Mon.a.. gl.
Da ..... t&l.le, and is such as to rebuke the opinion of others.. He was knight- nificent showing in the first primary ing the veterans ampln rim to rear'
^Bryan~fntwo tie Pe ysyt- m those who are making this crusade ly in his hospitality, and generosity that he did. is an evidence of his vote th city for the openin ig .seion ,
,preference to .te _iVtatfm'. a-inot him. was one of his characteristics, getting powers. Tu.,dav morning.

(Ovt"lermr T 49 e MAeIaota ad- All theme good people have to do to! It was when his party was a minor- There is no secret about his )i. On motion of ('omrade long thank
,vtM cottm --- ...... to locate fitd Out the manner of man General ity party and was striving for power vote. Wherever General Gilchriwst w extended to Mr. Harrison anI
in In the M ic Gllchbrist Is is to go in person to Pun- that it turned its face toward him. He went during the campaign he made tl Southern Railway Company, and
__ __ __ ___ ,--N ta Gorda, where he lives, and inter- kept open house for the entertain- large gains. I the letter to Adjutant Willi-n- wa;
lSweden hag rlMld the expendi- view any of his neighbors as to how ment of itz. representatives and pil- This was owing solely to the fa-tiled tor information.
tare of $14AM during the next he stands along the lines of temper, grims and his purse was never clos'l that his personality impressed th.' Mr. J. 0. Turnip.eI of Mcln',.os'
sixteen years for rihroad construe- ance and along all other lines. Any against it. but only to be used for le- people with whom he came in con- ani Mr. H (" Mil of ()caL w..r
ike. of his neighbors will volunteer this giitmate ends. tact. and they recognized at once that elcted members of th (amp.
,-,-l information. If the so-called good, Thert was no truer nor more loyal le was ideal gubernatorial timber, Dr. D. A Smith of Anthon. .
Democrats of Veolla polled the people have not the time to go in per- democrat. He was tried in thp fires and that he was a thoroughly honet Ttirnipsel of Mc.fntosh. H H Non-i.-
bilest vote last T day they ever So to Punta Gorda, a wire or a let- at a crucial time in its history, ani and upright man. who would shd .. H. McKinnv and W. 0 Ma.
polled In the ointy.-DeLand Rec- ter will bring the information, and was proven to be without alloy, honor on the state it given the go.-el Ocala and I) H [rvin.. ,f Oran..
ord. will answer the same purpose. When he was made collector of thl ernorship. I Lake. were electd doleaths to th
.--- Why deliberately put a man where port at Jacksonville a new phase of Personal contact with the people re-union.
The watermska season is now on he does not belong and then cudgel his character was developed. It wa- cotimts for much. and General Gil- Th Marion <'avI, i. entitt.. t,
In Florida and yet many prominent him for it, to boot. seen that he was careful and methodi- christ is essentially a people's main d.,leiates, and ir ij heli'.,l rh
citizens throughout the state accept- We asked one of these so-called cal. He mastered every detail of th- living in close touch with them ani she will snat the full alattion ;o
ed a lemon last Tuesday. Palatka good people who is engaged in this office and his conduct of its affairi;'being of them. irmingha.
News. crusade against General Gilchrist on was proclaimed at Washington for thi His el,'tion is no* a fmalt-' of 'omra.i-\ W. l)ir;,. chai.m;.n ,,f
the temperance issu,. recently rais-l eiguidancp of others, doubt.-Miamnii Newz-Recorl Le memorial r'
At the present writing we think wiif the general were to publicly ide- When he was made editor-in-chief tollowin rort o)f th m,.ria ('0,1-,
have caught up with our politics and clare that he would not accept thi of the Times-Union he developed y-t THE MONITOR FLORIDA STOOD itt o t M 'ot on
believe it will take at least four years -gubernatorial nomination except biy another phase and under his direction THE GREAT NAVAL TEST ertt, oCthe MaNor (',.J nty ('onf,',
bret we will care for any more.-1the vote of the prohibitionists of tho this paper has grown, conitlering it. ;.
u diy Times. state would he then abandon Mr. Limited field of operations, to be oni, The elegrams TThursdlay saidl that Sine our ast report l. fi 0e' ,)l
SStockton and flock to G ,neral Gil- of the largest and most successful "the biggest naval gn. th, hmavi s r ad now cr.t o r t a, thi r
Herles hoping that Tillman's health mos sucssu ,th naa g ,i, .., th! h*aitln^"wr'rinl- h>^r ft
Herle hoping that Tmilman's health e c'hrit. and he sail that he would norti publications in the south, projectile and the highest explosion, now.
will be Improved by the sea voa,. abandon M-. Stockton *>n any c,)nsii-- Because certain corporations ar-i known, coml)inetl with close rang.',
But he must not try to measure hi- .1*, !McalHRo
But he mu st no e try to measure ration. .-ii)pposed to control this newspaper anl pcfr ,gis e t n ? tien . *i^ *, i \\'as born in Fairfi,ll c'.ti 3. .S C'
pithfork against Neptune's trident.- h* nr! (Giic'r:.-t io do.' nercil'ss atrack- wero nmado upon it, to work their full havoc on i ) he ttrr, .
Boston Transcript hl!i A,7nti cit ()(0 '.'l"1-ar'n('F
BostonTan ip_ iW hat ca n ht io tha' h e- ha no' al- uiajin a id (liro ('tin h nlld., ltii p ate of h. nmo nito l.'l rita. 'Tilh r,- 2 Pri ",~ ., '1 d -, .r\,! ; ( I"
The attorney general of Arkansa-- r ,o ? h'n ir al Ir V itson boe hilm- suit i <,'lar+i t-, a victory fo '.- Via. l ea l'. r. ,'. \ ,
decides that women have a perfect Mr. Brva,: ha!, that !'Tatk:inSl s..l wi!.h ;:,, ads,. i a tl i>n,1 ,li.- rh,, t urr.. (.l si.- .ttl Tli Alonzo Baskn
Sh~c1!hi t i 11,0T $!221 1i a!. a CTa- IIt IW, V;1 (J
rigtl( to w ar overalls. Bu: to w a shci'- at v- , ( 1 a .'- Min ''v,.. fani wmilhstantlin th,. *!.. n-inch liri,, W .. ,t Ii, F,, ', a '
bathing -uihs a er'fect loft is also ,-, -" '" v :' ,- *i ,-..' i o it h1 "' I- -Ii I l . ., , ..
e-irab ie.- C ourier-.Iourna!. I.- m- (X;- 0 ( r i - < -"'- ( .s.. I (.. 'rt'l 1., .<": S ,: tfl- ",I'2',, -1t '.1 :.'; -
kt r.",, '< .. .. I
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If tho* o lum ns (: "' i. 'w i', -. i. ; "' a) i a... *-I I a .i' t i. '' \
lsom ( 'tin '(1- aitp a r" ,i ; i1 t ',\+i" !i ** M ^ l (.(tl **' "; > i ... .4 .* % : + .]** : .; ; ; i ; i,:- i,' !, i ;i "" ') "'. *;* ,' .i' 1,: ;* '. :,l.: ;,: '..-' .,t ".'**
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t .--. I. 1of,0
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sun .' : r;: . . < '
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V; :I\vl ..j f; i(\t5'!-1 : >re
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<-nt th tIm iro tm Ii i' Oh i..-id ,' I-A\i' i-tia,: .
t i IT *|, , Tlit 'h Ill '> 11.'' <
tilt w la : I l ; oItaI thTr I Iti.i.i *
ca' tlyv ('(o Ist i',ict',i i .; rl":;I'rll l' ~r ,
at1 1 'ih 1 a 2 i(' l' \ \ I *" ,
'I;,I (fllI'4,l i 1 '-. i.2 l -'h aa ,: -Lieut. Henry C ay Gates
I h r !' ' i i ', '\ I 1h ; \I "' '-' -1aIIa;i t t f a
Nvorkii. orii.r. I '
",. ,.. i', t 'n ,'- *t .l i n 'i; .i "'-* \ I > '
Perhaps a ,iffirtt, story v\xomtl ;
., ,| r v.i' ,, i } , 1 7. ,t h ; tn : ,g t + i ( ; ,r '_" ,*
have' h)boon toii it thI' Vogt sh'l! andi
r*,, l f,,lt t- z .1 ,11 ,1 i. .,t i ( ,.. l \ ,,
thte "Snowiltnito exphoive had be 'n I. I I
-''. .A ID l;'.,,
1so d. \ ho-reas. in th.- ir, \ il.,'\ fi. Those inventors will soon give aln it(,. h. ha sn ,t t r,
.. .. .. . i r i might- Goal. h* has s.een fit ' r
exhibition of their wonilerful oxplo- Iioe orco asootir4
s, ill t-..4 vi. move Olr our omrades from oir i midst
siI in th tit'h 'f r IT
It will soo n find its way iIhtI) (i' RS al.Thatt a
., ',,K 's < l \ ,( T h a t w i ii ,i ii t 'i t l ,. !I, .
naval I)practice, an di thenu inaIed somn o- W ou' co ilr 1t 1hw in'1t-
()I" ., , 0 11" ('onul" .rn'.-.. hut1 ho(w in snii i ll--
thing will b)e doing. si t hi. ill anal ,xr t, i .r tit:' .
f+oit to h'lis:t t+il and l-rxt. ,.,! fur h -(;l
Good Brother Frank B. Tu rnei:rfet" VnI I MP to t1v i tpera;Io tda faintiI
.says that a certain atditorial which apt-I
feared in this paper on May v"2 wa I

c*.edead 1h( 1 11) 1 I V2 ~ T, Ad : a Ii ;1.-~i-~ x a--- A ~d:~I1 11 aIII j (.( II,)',-1 tIll:IjI -
1907 by $44Ji II t oa'-'. to) 11;,1- i-"!1 of1 1207rvY. 5'3. ian i nd il't-~
deT-6tand how r. ~, ,~:I,.ot :~ iWHAT IS LIFE AND WHAT iS' 1 ~'~'ttT ahlitahattfioI:aa
are being 1.- l DEATH !:1s fla'()I,! troni a1ttl. i'.,a-

The anno,.-ncia'i'u I .tT Chi~va-ro ,,I i i s m'en, arIk- 7,flnla,(1 t o,'ai ib
a Ior h. Will ho' tuouriied.
women ai o to wear s.,aiada- &IS alcid- late Se-nator Wi Iliaim .1 a $A B:- aul lf.i

edly interesting. A \Windy City bel,
with a Te.xas saddle skirt strapped un-
der each of her Trilbies will prove an
Interesting feature of Cook county
life.-Louisville Courier-Journal.

Tokio. Japan. will have an e xposi-
tion in 1912. As expositions are us-
ually the fruits of peace and the frui-
tion of a nation's highest industrial
hopes, Congressman Hobson wil! get
nlo Inspiration to feed his war fever
from Japan's peaceful exposition.

Florida. Hon. Knut, Nel- mn of Minn.'- FLAGLER DIVORCE BILL
sota said:
"Life. What is life? The world,'S Since Governor Browarl has en-
mystery, to which th. Author (of life deavored to injure one of his oppo-
alone holds the silvery key. Death. nents by stating that he helped, as an
What is death.? The heav.n'. imys- employed attorney, to draft the fq-
tery. to which the Lori ot heaven inous Flagier divorce bill. it is inte--:-
alone holdIs the golden key. life and testing to note that the governor as a
death. twin my-terips of my.steries, representative of the people of Duval
portals invisible to mortal eye. set at county, voted for the bill. Following
either eni of earth's existence is the record of the vote on the mea$-
through which, enter eternal spirits tire:
that for a few fitful moments of time Senate lill No. 71. a bill to be en-

N HAr- The announcement of the death of The wonderful showing made in the
P M r The Jews who crucified Christ were Hon. George W. Wilson. editor-in-chief opularity of General Gilchrist is we:i The Co Veterans met ia
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~inrn of :opuartyofGeerl cicratr-;el
...... ....... -ignoran.t of his mission and his cha--of the Times-Union. will cause a feel-l indicated in theh figures published ij regular session Tuesday morning at
~- --acter. It was nearly two thousan4ing of abiding and profound sorrow i yesterday morning's News-Record. the council chamber.
^ ,years ago. It was an age of the world throughout the state of Florida. has often been claimed that In the absence of Coimander Gra
i It has often been claimed that ano
When there were no newspapers print.! Mr. Wilson had been in failing south Florida man could expect, for ham. ('omrade Frank Harris acted ,d
^^^&led. There were no telegraph lines, health for the past two years, but many years, to be elected to a high his l)ace. The following members
either wire or wireless. There were since his return from Chicago some state office. answered to the roll call: I.. L. Aiken.
VIno telephones. There were not even weeks ago hope was given out that Mr. Gilchrist conmes from the ex- W. Ditto. Frank Harris. R. A. Kel-
gT^ ^^ ^-any stage coach lines for the trans- he was on the way to recovery, but treme lower end of DeSoto county, H. W. long. T. D. Lancaster, J
i I ^^mission of intelligence of any kind the Great Disposer of Events willed which may well be called in the south H. Livingston. John M. Martin. W. P.
i \ ^among the inhabitants. It was a crude otherwise. His mission in life is en,1- Florida section. Moorman, B H. Norris. C. C. Prie.t.
\ era. There were no public schools ed. His scroll is made up. He carried his o.'n county with a Joseph Shuford. D. A. Smith. Thomas
oWr lag and my lag. and how it flies for the education and enlightenment We believe that he leaves behin.1 handsome majority over all compete Sistrunk. F. M Townsdnd. K T. Wil-
tnrt-; of the masses, him a sweet benediction, tors. Hams and D. H. Irvine
Ia "u lanid and my land and half the So we repeat that the Jews who cru- We knew him through all the phas- He carried Duval county, the home Chaplain Ditto opened the mn ting
Soa red and blood red its stripes for- cified Christ were an ignorant people, es of life. We knew him when yet a of his leading opponent, with a miag- with a prayer.
however gleam wte, and because of which Christ held them youth, and after he had developed into nificent majority. The minutes of the la m ring
tftoreast& wh e blameless& the full rounded man. We knew him When a candidate can carry his were read and approve.
ft blue and true blue, with tars that "'Torgiive them, Father, for they in his prosperity and again in his ad- own county and then go into the en- A ltte ras read fpnm th S)ut'-
be aried g the day; a shel- know not what they do!" versity. Through it all he was emy's county and carry that also, n,' en Railway Co.. stating that it ha I
gloriedd pguifta o the day. a shel- ko o ltte o
ter thou U the night. That was nearly Christ's last ex- changeless to his friends, a loyal, may well be called an extremely pOD)- been electe.l by Gen M1,ill as the
Your flag and my and oh. how clamation from the cross. grand and lovable man. There was in ular candidate, official rout.. and that it has maI. .1
much It holds! These D-Called good people who are'him a sweet humanity. He was brave It should be remembered that (Gn- special provision for ever .omfort )f
Tour land and my land secure within ainveighing agaiDst General Gilchrist yet forgiving. Strong and steadfast, eral Gilchrisr has not been before the e veterans who go o the annual r-
Its folds; edra ulcfrmn ers shshsuina imnhm
Yor heart and my heart beat quicker and are trying to stampede a crusade yet with a heart as tender as a wo- public for many years, as has his n at Birmingham.
at tLhe fkt, against him, are doing so with their man's. To the one who engaged him leading opponent. It is true that h Harrison. reprsentative of th'
Sun-kiMsased a n1tossed, the red eyes wide open and with a full knowl- in spirited controversy, or to the ol0 has been a leading citizen in his own southern. W present t the meeting
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A Single Treatment
Conmmtlng of a warm bah with CU'*.
cura Smap, a Xi~ntIe aPpbctlvm of ub
cura Ointment. andfa mild &mes of
CutK'tzra ResoAwft or Pluk s aft=
gunkfirint to afford instant rw4W~. pomai
rmt and shmep and point to a spady
cire ot tortaring, di-4fguulng pm
ras"h. ,itchiniM. arriat~ionmak d iam-
rnati-ns of the skin and Ic, from
infancy to age. when all warc
Alap 'i'S (2v, .("" p. O t 'i Sor W. Rejwo"
(50W. 3n4 Isii '25.' r vial of GO, v* Ad~i
Stir ,.h, w it I! wor' I rI IP.. r eI PrV is.11 'a- iw CE
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Rheumatism Developed Burning,
Painful Sores on Legs-Tortured
Day and Night-Tried All Kinds
of Remedies to No Avail-Wife
Had Debility and Pains in Back.


My husband had been a ot @W.
wer with rheumatismarn for nearly fft
yea.. At first it was in hu bom. bug
after a while it wa in the fluh ad
finally running sore broke out on hb
le. from below the knee to the ankim.
The are no words to tell all the d-.
comfort and great suffering he had to
endure night and day. He used ywiry
kind of remedy ark three physia n
treated him. one after the other. wtb-
out any god results whatever. So
one (lay happened to read about
Cuticura Rem.edam. I a.sed him fi
he would not try them. 'No,' said h ,
'it's no uswme. I've spent enough momy
now.' The next day I ordered **
dollar' worth of Cuticurm Soap. Cui.
cura Ointment, and (Cuticura Resolvent.
He "egan toi ume them without cona.
dence hut after three w-eks a t
sores wwer dr*ed up. The burtuwi
ire stopped. and the pain bra-
bearable. After throe mnmtlh bes
quite well. Two y7 lai nt peiM
and soret came back aftr b ehe bd
working hard and had tak o.
But a w oon as be used Catitra m f
It cured him. Two year apI IA
Cuticura Pill& for general debility. Th
did me a great deal at ood and aM
me well. Three months ino I had
in my back and Cutctma took Sb
away. too. I can prove this to%&&
mo)nial at any time. MNr. V. V. AiR.t,
Upper Frenchville. Me.. July 21. II7."



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^ To the editor Ocala Banner:
I see am attack ftrom Mr. Alfred Ayer
a the Ant-8abk L-gue, which I
t eel shoMd be amwered, first, because
ach a attack Is uncalled for, and,
0e0d1, nearly everything he says :s

Mr. Ayer also replies to Mr. Beck
and britgs my name in and tries to
0iaJ It appear that Mr. Beck struck
hI M e from the registration books,
and that is the reason he did not vote
ia the wet and dry election. Mr. Ay-
fr did not give this as an excuse in
the camptign, but said in every
Meeck that he could not vote the dry
- ticket because the wet people helped
to buy his clothes. Mr. Beck told me
that he did not strike Mr. Ayer's name
of. and the book which Mr. Ayer
showed me did not show where his
- &ame was stricken off.
When Mr. Beck took hold of the
Iowbk he found that the names which
had been previously stricken had no
date showing when the names were
stricken. Mr. Beck dated every name
he struck. The county commission-
era went over all these names, went
through the registration books them-
selves and advertised every name
stricken by Mr. Beck. but they did not
advertise Mr. Ayers name. Mr. Ay-
er's name shows that it has been
stricken from the Ocala books at
some time in the past. but not since
Mr. Beck has had charge of the book..
And Mr. Ayer was registered all right
and could have voted.
The Anti-Saloon League did not
bring out or ask a single candidate .o
run for office. The Anti-Saloon Lea-
has a right to endorse any candi-
date it pleases, but did not endorse
Mr. Ayer's opponent. The Anti-Sa-
looma League is not a religious organi-
abon. but purely an organitlton for
oe sole purpose. and that is to elim-
Iate the saloons. Onie of the very
prindbles upon which it is founded i-
to endorse and work for men to fill the
oces of the government who are
pledged to prohibit in every legitimate
way the sale and manufacture of in-
toxicating liquors. The Anti-Saloon

S League has never claimed that 84s per
cent. of the white voters in Marion
county are dry. and Mr. Ayer cannot
prove this assertion. But I do believe.
as an individual, that between 60 and
70 per cent of the white voters of the
county are dry. and this was proven
'4 in the recent primary.
In the legislative race. where th?
lines were drawn sharpest, the three
candidates who received the hight-it
number of votes all declared them-!


Postoffice Drugstore will sell you a
dollar outfit with a distinct guaran-
tee to refund the money if the treat-
ment fails to give satisfaction.

By Using the Celebrated Burrowes'
Rustless Screens
Keeps out flies and mosquitoes and
does away with the annoyance of nets.
Also ha'e DuBose's hardwood floor.,
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

weeks in vain, with his knees so bad-
ly swollen that his torture was be-
yond endurance. P. P. P. made the
cure and proved itself as in thous-
ands of other cases the best blood
purifier in the world, and superior to
all Sarsaparillas and the so-called
Rheumatic Springs.
Sold by all druggists. 4.
The new governor of Louisiana. ir
seems, has some very emphatic ideas
on questions concerning the welfare
of commonwcahths. In his inaugural
address b. declares against the lob-
by. dual office holding, child labor, se-
cret sessions of public boards and th.-
liquor traffic to a modified degree.

William S. Jennings, President. Jack-
sonville, Fla.
I favy:' the nomination apd election
of William Jennings Bryan as presi-
dent of the United States. Enroll my
name as a member of the Bryan Club.



......1 ,... r" """ xl"4 "" "x= '""ru"graph thinks hoe would make a good
(Signed) ........................ Boih live in New York City. governor. if hi private and public
governor. If his private andl public
To the Democratic Voters of Florida: life can stand out like pure gold
Glad to have you sign and mail the FOR SALE-Good driving pony; through one of our Florida campaigns
above application of membership in also a good work animal; price rea-
the Bryan Club. J. M. BARRS. sonable. Apply "P. S.," care Ocala you can bank on it that he is all right.
5-8w Chairman. Banner. 5-8-4tw. -Starke Telegraph.








16, 1908


Born on a Farm i Raised on a Farm A Hard work has been the prime cause of


any success



Any charges which mean that my heart may not be with the people and my purposes may not be to serve them rather than some spec-
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MEL e* Aa m. - mmpm qakd

aelvft dry. And Mr. Stockton himself LIGHT'S REPLY TO BITTINOGeR AVER'S REPLY TO MR. CARN
led Mr. Gilchrist in Marion county oy
108 votes, although Mr. Ayer infers Io Ocala, Fla., May 30, 1908. No man will make apologies or ex-
the contrary. Mr. Stockton and Mr. To the Editor Ocala Banner: CUes when under fire. After it was
Brown, both dry men, received in the In answering the piece in the all over I tried to tell the Anti-Saloon
county 366 votes more than did Mr. Weekly Star on BittUtinger a"d Light, League in a polite way that am its
Gilchrist. And from the state returns will say I never agreed, if elected, to friend and not its enemy, for some .f
already heard from Messrs. Browne make men honest and sober by legis- its best members are my friends, and
and Stockton. representing the dry lation, nor have I, nor do I, promise !f they believed as I did that the fight
votes, have received 5500 more votes elected to cut our taxes in two; but on me was unjust, and done for a po-
than Gilchrist.. If My Ayer wants to do promise, if elected, to try and cut litical purpose and not for the good
test the wet and dry white votes in unnecessary expenses, and will try to of the league.
Mattos county, let him come out get a more equal tax assessment law Mr. Cam seems to think that he is
straight on the wet ticket, as he be- passed, and wil try and cut out the 11- the Anti-Saloon League; that he i3
lives in, and I am willing to leave litterate, non-tax paying negro from "IT-the whole cheest-.
the verdict to the people, controlling our local politics, and on I said that I could not vote in the
The Anti-Saloon League is not a temperance matters will be as I al-wet and dry election, as my name was
political paly, but will take part in ways have been. improperly stricken off and put Into
polities whenever it believes it can Don't be uneasy. Mr. Bittinger. I'll1 a precinct from which I moved years
accomplish the purpose for which gt give you something original and inter- ago. I did not say when, how or by
was founded. Why is Mr. Ayer so ig- testing to think about before this cam- whom it was stricken off. for I did not
norant of the saloon's "big stick?" paiign is over. sure. Don't fret, Mr. know, but simply stated a fact which
Because it was striking for Ayer. We Bittinger. about Light. if elected, in the Ocala registration books for 1906
wish to repeat in conclusion that while thinking he'll be the laughing stock and 1907 show to be true. And every-
many of the members of the Anti-Sa- of the legislature, for I assure you I'll one knows that the law requires you
loon League supported Mr. Ayer's op. not be the biggest fool in Tallahassee to live in a precinct six months be-
poonent. he was not endorsed by th- when the legislature meets. The 46 fore you can vote, and I have not liv-
league. If he had been. the result voters at Reddick and the other 801 ed in Mclntosh for years.
might have been different. people who voted for me, don't take I did not mention Mr. Cam's name,
Respectfully, me for a fool, if you do. for I was his friend, and thought he
W. D. CARN. Mr. Bittinger, in one column of your was mine, until Mr. Cam wrote the
paper you say you have no platform, following and signed Mr. Beck's name
A iemd Srml[er and in another column you publish to it:
Your platform. You say Light can't "I wish to say right here that Mr.
t Y s les of H e th produce a single sane argument in his Ayer's name was not stricken from
Last Years Sales of Hyomei, the contentions. v-,-t you have taken two any precinct in the county, and he
Guaranteed Cure for Catarrh. out of thr- of Light's planks in his was registered all right at Mclntosh,
Larger Than Ever platform and make it a part of yours. and could have voted in the wet and
platformn, and make it a part of yours, drlctoundhav
So pronounced Is the relief and cur If l eight's platform is foolishness, dry election."
following the use of Hyomei. that At wiat's yours? L. S. LIGHT. Now, I can prove that Mr. Cam in-
has been publicly recommended bv spected the registration books Just
leading druggists and physicians in HNOT SPRINGS. ARK., before he wrote the above, and there-
nearly every state and town in the fore must have known that he was
country, with the result that last !Is no competition against Lippman's making a statement that was abso-
year's sales were larger than ever. Great Remedy for the cure of Rheu-Ilutely false.
The fact that Hyomniei is so simple matism. Any man who will do that, and sign
and complete, and that it cures ca- James Newton. Aberdeen, Ohio, another man's name to it, when th'
tarrh by breathing medicated air and says P. P. P. did him more good thanoffcial record is ther to sow for -
three months' treatment at Hot official record is there to show for it-
not taking drugs into the stomach, no Springs Ark. self is certainly wanting in common
doubt has helped to create this wide- W. T. Timmons of Waxahatchle, sense, to say nothing about veracity.
spread and rapidly increasing army Tex., says his rheumatism was so bad No one dislikes such disputes more
of friends that he was confined to his bed for N ( Mnr. sca spaes no
offiends. months. Physicians advised Hot than I do Mr. (am's name was not
You do not risk a penny in testing Springs, Ark., and Mineral Wells, even hinted at. He just gutteded in."
the healing powers of Hyomei. for the Tex.. at which places he spent seven AILFRED AYER.


I wish to express my high apprecia-
tion to the people of Florida for the
great vote which they gave me in
the last primary. I would not be true
to them, or myself. If I did not use
every honorable effort to carry out
their wishes in endeavoring to secure
an election in the coming primary of
June 16th.
I respectfully solicit the votes of
people of all stations, trades, occupa-
tions, business callings and profess.
sions in life. I thank those who sup-
ported me. I hope they will continue
to do so. I respect the honest differ-
ences of opinion, or the personal
preferences of these' who saw fit to
vote against me. I hope they will
change their opitons and preferenc-
es and vote for me I hope to be gov.
ernor for no other reason than of be-
ing governor in a honorable, manly
way. I have the h nor to be
Very reepece
Candidate for Governor of orida
Found True Remedy

The Post Office Drug Store lure Mi-o-
na Will Cure Indigeoion.

In no other way can you so quick,
so readily and so positively stimulate
the stomach to good health, as by us-
ing Mi-o-na. The Post Office Druz
Store feels so sure that this remedy
will restore to health every person
suffering with stomach troubles that
they sell it under a guarantee to re-
fund the money unles it cures. Th4s
shows conclusively its superiority
over the ordinary old fashioned diges-
The underlying cause of most ner-
vous debility, headaches, sleepless-
ness and melancholy is faulty nutri-
tion. the result of a weakened stom-
ach and inactive bowels. Mi-o-na
strengthens the stomach muscle;
regulates the bowels and thus make;
digestion easy and natural.
A 5o cent box of Mi-o-na lasts i
couple of weeks, and will ward off a
dozen attacks of indigestion and brin;-
good health to the weakest stomach.
Mrs. Ellen French Vanderbilt has
been granted a divorce from her hus-
hn nd Arl T Alfpi (*<1 wv mnnpC \* V ndp rhltS1


Jacksonville. Fla., June 1. 19..
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
The annual meeting of the Couar
Commissioners and Good Roads As
sociatino of Florida will convene b
the city of Ocala Tuesday m lfb
June 23rd. 1908.
The annual meetings have always
been hold on the third Tuesday la
June. but owing to the second primary
election occurring on that date. this
year tho me-ring is called one weet
The subject of Improved ImWie
road is commanding more active anad
practical consideration at this time
than any other question of internal
improvement in the states and tMerri-
tories of the American Union. Agri-
cultural, commercial, industrial, tramw-
portation, religious, educational, so,
cial and public Interests are deman4-
ing a system of permanent bighways
commensurate with the needs of the
country. The proceedings of the con-
vention will include addresses and
discussions upon the scientific, ethic
and economic phases of the subject
and its relation to industrial progress
and development. Legislation per-
taining to state co-operation and su-
pervision. financial ways and meams.
the use of convicts and other details
of the subject will receive practical
State and county officials, mayors
of cities, officers of commercial, agri-
cultural, industrial, transportation.
development, civic improvement a-
all good roads advocates are earnest-
ly requested to be present
A special invitation is extended to
the press of the state.
Ocala spreads royal welcome to her
guests and bids you come.
Special hotel rates.
Badges for all delegates.
The trip will do you good and your
presence will encourage us.
Don't forget the date. Tuesday, June
23. 1908.
J.1. W. WHITE. Sec. and Treas.
H. W. LONG, President.

With all the charges and counter-
charges made during the campaign,
none of the candidates or their friends
have been able to say one word
against the character of Albert Gil-
ch-ri.. This is one reason the Tele-


Th- -






EO R IBeard ............9 ....
IA amar ...............12,572



Last night the Ocala Banner wired the Atlanta Journal

f the result of gubemrnational contest in that State and ob-

tamed the following wire:

Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1908.

To Ocala Banner, Ocala, Florida:

Vote close. Take official count to determine result,

thought is believed that Hoke Smith is re-elected governor.

Frank C. Gilbreath,


The boar of public instruction in
md for Marion county, Florida, met
IbW the 2nd day of June, 1908, in reg-
VW semlon, with Isaac Stevens, chair-
=aN B. Blitch and G. S. Grantham

Minutes of last meeting were read-1
sd approved.
Mr. 6. J. McCully, a trustee of the
Fellowship school. appeared, and ask-
0d for an appropriation to repair an-i
Vint the school house and put down
pUmp, and stated that the trustees
b abandoned the idea of establish-
Me a senior high school for the next
tern. Mr. McCully was asked to get
up cost of repairs and painting, anw
ubmlt same to the board at special
eting of June 18.
Mr. W. C. Black, trustee of Weirs-
Ase school, appeared and asked for
so appropriation of $75 to repair and
paint school house. He stated that the
work would cost $150, and that the di--


OL L.. P. -Miller, who resides a few
miles south of Ocala, is one of Mr.
Fletcher's mopt active and zealous
supporters, and has been so since he
first became acquainted with this em-
inent lawyer and splendid statesman.
Col. Miller leans toward Mr. Fletch-
er because, atter having studied his
character, he has become thoroughly
convinced that he is a clean and up-
right man, and possesses all the qua,-
ificatlons to make a fit representative.
Col. Miller has been very industrious
in feeling the pulse-heat of the voter-
of this vicinity since tho recent jri-
mary, and in answer to a questi.-n
propounded to him by the editor M
this paper why he is so confident that
Mr. Fletcher will receive more vote<
for United States senator in the pri-
mary of June 16, than Governor Brow-
ard, he says:
"By the official returns of the dem-

trie would pay half. It was ordered ocratic primary of May 19, Mr. Fletch-
tat the appropriation be deferred un- er received 17,208 votes; Governor
IS June 18. Broward, 19.078, showing a difference
Mr. Younge, a trustee of the Okl%- of 1870 in favor of Governor Brow-
waha school, appeared and asked for ard.
a appropriation of $60 to ceil school "The vote of Messrs. Lamar an]
bose. stating that it would take Beard aggregate 17,164. These gen-
abot $120, and the district will payftlemen are out of the second race.
SMf. It was deferred until special Their vte will be divided between
meeting of June 18. Fletcher and Broward.
IL F. Small appeared and asked lecr and B.
ar a "Now comes the quetsion who will
for the establishment of a colored the long division?
get the long division?
mkool three miles west of Belleview. "My answer is Fletchr.
_. "My answer is Fletcher.
?he same was deferred until special "Why do I say this?
meeting of June 18.- ,,.,,
Meeting of June 18. have been making a careful can-
Xr. R_ D. Stokes resigned as trustee , -
Mr. I. D. Stokes resigned as trustee vass of the Lamar and Beard vote as
eC the Pine Level school district, ani V )f t an B
Upon thePinecLensonold tri an far as it applies to Marion county. i
pon tYe recommendation of patrons, have learned of but two Lamar an.]
Kr. EL W. W. Jordan was appointed to Ihe ote gof Br o na.TI
G Boarl vo-tts going to Broward. Thi.
Ill the unexpired term.
l n I almost invariable reply of voters ii
A petition, signed by a large num- ;
. ;answer toi my question is: JI am goip.-
betr of the patrons of the Ocala High i
Sto vote for Fletcher.' This appears to
school. was presented to the boarI.
be the natural drift of the Lamar and
-king that in view of the fact that
, ,, .. iBeard vote, for I am sattisfied that a
the principal has already been offered
large majority have not yet learned
a much larger salary than he is 4o re- l
Smh l r sr t .. that Mr. Fletcher has received assur-
evye next term, but had declined the
-,.an(-,s fr,)m both Messrs. Lamar an.l
ame, as he had already accepted the
Be.ard that they will vote fir him i.
Ocaa school, that his salary be rais- ii tefrhimi
i the second primary.

After considering the matt'-r th.
board decided that they could not raise
the salary for next term, as the ex-
yIfie of the new school house is now
povided for, and other expenses all
over the county, which will have to De
met, will not warrant sufficient funds
to make the increase.
The superintendent was instructed
to advertise for bids to handle the
sCbool books for the county for next

"W\\y should not these .,ntlem,'
vot, for Duncan 1. Fletcher?
"They know the individual chara,'-
ter of both Mr. Fletcher and Govern,-
or Broward.
"I have no interest in the matter ,\x-
cepl)t the interest that all good citizoai<
should hav\. 1 have cast my lo t wi'h
the people of Florida. The, repr.--snta-
tivs we send to congress go as ,
replresentatives ',f thte po.,plle. and, I
would like to fteel that there is no sp.o:

Broward...... ...

Ti Fletcher's majority on TO70
cent. basis ... .. .........
Fletcher's majority on 60
cont. basis ... ..... ... ...


Ocala, June

24,227 THE OLD GAG

Mr. J. S. Blitch, writing to the Oca'd
Evening Star from Montbrook, re-
peats the worm-eaten story about
ip.t <,S65
19078 Flagler's Ea.t Coast Railway instruct--
ing its employes for whom to vote. ;

.. 4,9)5
.... 1,563


3. 190S.

To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Mr. J. S. BliRch, in a communica-
tion in the Star. in attacking Gilchrist,
says that there is a concentrated ef-
fort to do away with the primary sys-
tem, and that that horrid thing known
as the Times-Union is the author, con-
centrator, or ring leader, and that Gil-
christ is well known to favor conven-
tions. That there is such a concen-
trated effort is news to me, but very
welcome news, and I would like to
help the cause along, and join in an
effort to abolish state primaries at
least, if not county primaries. Mr.
Blitch has (perhaps unwittingly) fur-
nished most excellent reasons, and the
charge in the following paragraph, if
true, is enough to damn the primary
"The supporters of all candidates
agree there has never before, since re-
construction limes, been quite s3
much open and brazen corruption re-
sorted to by the supporteds of the
railroad candidates."
This has reference to the vote in
Duval county. He charges that th?
railroads exercised much more Influ-
ence that the saloons, and that the
East Coast Railway instructed its em-
plotyes to trade votes on local candi-
dates for votes for Gilchrist.
Could the convention system 'e
charged with anything worse than Mr.
Blitch has charged against the pri
mary system?
He calls attention to the fact that.
mn're than one-fourth of the votes
cast for Gilchrist came from Duval
and Hillsborough counties, "where
corrupt influence-s are so powerful.'"
In a state convention, could thee
two corruptly influenced counties fur-
nish more than one-fourth of the del-
gates? Certainly not.
Suppose a state convention was ap-
portioned on the vote for United
States senator in the last primary, one
delegate for each 100 votes cast, -t
would be composed of 534 delegate,;,
of which Hillsborough would have 50
and Duval 45, or less than 18 per cent.
a difference of over 7 per cent. in fa-
vor of conventions.
The bitterness exhibited in our local
press is enough to disgust anyone
with primaries. It is time to call :i
halt. W. W. CLYATT.

Lester M. Nelson of Naples. Maine.
Isays in a recent letter: "I have used
jI)r. King's New Discovery for many
years for coughs and colds, and I think
it saved my life. I have found it a re-
liable remedy for throat and lung
c('oiniLti nts. and would no more be
withCut a bottle than I wxul(l be with-
o)ut food." For nearly forty years New
Discovery has stood a t the head of
throat and hlung remedies. As a pre-
xventive of,,nia and healer of
weak lungs it has no equal. Sold un-
der guarantee at Tydings & Co. drug-

,In the Selection of Officers to Fill Va-
! cancies Will Abide by a Primary
to be Called for the Purpose, or the
Recommendation of the Executive
Committees of the Counties
Jacksonville, Fla., May 29. 19,),.
Special to the Ocala Bannor:
In the discusion of the primary sys-
tem. which has engaged the attention
'of the state press, more or less. re-
cen ly. I note that an effort has been
nmaqi( in some quarters to ascribe an
imiprolper attitude to me in this ma:-



For the first time in the history )f
Confederate reunions the battleflag
will be historically correct at this
year's Confederate reunion, to be held
in Birmingham, June 9, 10 and 11.
Heretofore the oblong battleflag has
been in vogue, notwithstanding that
flag is square under whi'h the brave,
sons of the south fought and died an' I
won imperishable glory. The comntll'-
tee in charge of the arrangements for
the Birmingham reunion has issu.1I
warnings to the people to beware. -)f
the oblong battl(flags. The committee .
haw made arrangements to make Bir-
mingham during the reunion a br!1-
liant and variegated vista of waving
flags and floating bunting.

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









Mr. Blitch says that the railroads an I
the rum sellers are end-.av,)ring i\,
control the primary in the int-rest .4'
General Gilchrist.
Mr. Blitch says that the return ,,f
the first primary show that Mr. Gil-
christ received more than one-furtn
of his entire vote in HillNbrough anJi
Duval counties. He wants to know if
the voters of Florida are going t.)
stand idly by and see Tampa and Jack-
sonville dominate Florida politics. H11
says that when the saloon and corpor-
ation votes were not conc'ntratedl and
where corrupt influences were' not s4
powerful that Mr. Stockton received a
larger vote than did Mr. Gilchrist.
The figures, however, do not su.-
tain Mr. Blitch in his statement.
Take Mr. Blitch's own county, f.)r'
example. Levy Is a dry county. ,It
went for Mr. Stockton in the cam-
paign four year sago. In the recent
primary the vote stood: Fo)r Gilhhrlst,
416; for Stockton. L62.
It will be borne in mind also that
since the primary four y.,ars ago Mr.
Stockton has resided in Levy county,
a portion of the time andl did in .x-
tensive business there. Th, hgure,,
will also show that in Alaclimua. v hi'h
is a dry county, that Air. ;ilchrisrt'
vote was larger than Mr. Steeckton*'.
It was likewise larger in Kktr. Brad.
ford. Clay, Columbia, DeS >to,. ;lad.-
den. Jefferson. Lafayette. Lake L-eon.
Madison, Orange, Manatee, Putnam,.
Suwannee-all dry counties-but in I
the wet counties of Escambia, Ma-
rion. lonroe and Lee, Mr. Stockton
received a larger vote than Mr. Gil-
So it will be seen that all the wet
counties are not for Mr. Gilchrist. nor
are all the dry counties for Mr. Stock-
A large percentage of the dry vot,
however, is fo)r Mr. Stockton, but it Is
not because of Mr. Gilchrist's record
along this line is not every whit a-
good as that of his opponent, and a
man ought not to be slain in the house
of his friends. It is wrong, and good
people ought not to be a party to it.


"It gives me pleasure to, speak .t
good word for Electric Bitters." writes
Mr. Frank Conlan of No. 436 HoustOi
St., New York. "It's a grand family
medicine for dyspepsia and liver com-
plications, while for lame back and
weak kidneys it cannot be too high-
recommended.' Electric Bitters regu-
late the digestive functions, purify the
blood, and impart renewed vigor and
vitality to the weak and debilitated of
both sexes. Sold under guarantee at
Tydings & Co. drug store. 50c. m

milar with the work of the



On!v rczsonc.c rats, railroad and express. consistent with
Sgood service. good wages. and fair interest on an honest
ilv % cStt. lr. .:

2. Gooc service and good tracks.

3. Working with Interstate Commerce Commision
rates on shipments into aind out of State.

for fair



A. Brown & Bro., wholesale distributors, Ocala, FLa

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awlnIil rii .fsit.'~ll d~i foor Ihan4II-nK mi ri*r .l% ?m it,

I ist f ev t, I- w iui~~ th.*line' of



Railroad Commissioner.

He LED his nearest oppo-

nent by 4.772 votes in first

primary, and secured a major-

ity or plurality in TWENTY-

THREE counties.


of the Railroad

for SIX



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I t I TI 001i001 Cua1 ANlol PLORtA C. E. N W6
~DAN inG
k The short poem, "bpen the Door,"
To the Editor Ocala Banner: in the Ocala Banner for May 22, was a
The was a ews Item in your ic-gem. There are too many heart doors
e of May 13. copied from the New closed or but partly open to appreci-
TYork Herald, which, we fear. will not!ate God's constant love and gifts b-
be understood, and if not explained j stowed freely on us all.
may mislead many of your reader-.! "Being a Christian at the Ballot
it was under the following headlines-: I Box" was our C. E. topic for May 24.
"Methodists Are Now Ready to Allow !We earnestly hope the meetings heil
Dancing: Bishops Also Recommen! in Florida will be of great influence
Striking Out Theater-Going prom the in helping our voting friends to be
Book of Discipline." wisely guided when they vote. June
The item was as follows: il]h How was the topic noticed n
"When the board of bishops recomn-iYour societies? Please let us knox.
I meded to the general conference ofjtha! we may pass the good cheer on
the Methodist Episcopal church la.7t 'to others who are reading the fifteen
Tuesday that the word dancing, play- papers now using C. E. news. In In-
ltg at games of chance, attending the-. trlachen there was a fine address Iv
waters, horse races, circuses, dancing Mr. Berry ot Yale College, now in our
parties or dancing schools, be strick- balmy climate for pulmonary trou-
an from the famous paragraph 248 of blie.
the Book of Discipline they created a Through personal friends we hear
sensation that expressed itself in an of the pleasant situation of Mrs. E .J
outburst of applause. The bishops lCinard and son. Fred Powell. from
made it plain that they do not a Ocala. who art- now at 6,4 Fowler St..
prove of these amusements, but be-'iAtlanta. One of the Georgia Endea\-
lieve that the number and kind of orders ha. just written us' "Fretd
amusements have grown so great that eyes are gradually improving and hi
the question should be left to the con- is doing finely at his new work as
science of the people themselves and colporter. He is carrying sunshine
that the opposition of the church .c and dispenses it as he goes. (God 1s
amusements it regards as unwhole blessing his work. and we are gla:
some may best be stated in the terms that Providence turned his feet this
of general principles. They reconm. way: that God means for him to 41o
men d that paragraph 248 be changed this work. and we pray for ways -o
back to its original wording, as it was assist him in it." This is a beautiful
Ia 1872, when the certain kinds of example of what the Sunshine Corner
amuements were specified." of our correspondence department
Now. this news note. which I here can accomplish, for it is this that in-
quote at length, is liable to be mis- produced Mr. Powell to the great-
understood, and as a result do harm. hearted Atlanta Endeavorers. when
in the following particulars: In the he was blind and alone in the hospi-
frst place, many will think that these tal.
Sbishops and the general conference State President Winnard report s
they are asking to make this change Sarasota and Parish with new organi-
is their rules on worldly amusements, zations, both flourishing. They hell)p-
represent universal Methodism, when ed to win for Hillsborough and Man-
they are only one of many branches atee district the keeping this year of
of Methodilsts of the M. E. church, the lovely campaign banner, gained
(moth). What they do will not ap- for organizing the most new societies
ply to, nor bind. the M. E. church last year.
(math), the C addina Methodists, the With much regret we read in a re-
Weleyam Methodists, nor many other cent Times-Union of the serious acci-
breaches of Methodism. dent happening in Tampa to Miss
ti the second place, should the M. Frances Van Duzen. a cousin of the
church (north) remove from their district secretary. Miss Lenflstey.
general rules the particular amuse- while her guest on Florida avenue.
sf t peUled, that will not mean The accident was while one of a gay
tw they are ready to allow dancing, lunch party Miss Van Duzen, stepping
'4 pkhying, ter-going and the over the propeller shaft of the launch.
because befre those wos were and her foot catching in the macAn-
ha 1872 the church had a rule ery caused broken bones, but fortu-
"the taking of such diversions lately not an amputation. as was at
a etal be used in the name of t first feared necessary. Our Christian

r esus,'" and the diversions here Endeavorers who delight in "moon-
have always been regardedl as light on the water" had better take
SI to this clas. 'i bishoPs care from this warning.
qqy i threc Th bhops Letters will soon be sent broadcast
Lt *that CRa be used in thle over the state asking our comrades
P ase of the Lod Jesus think it un to throw their influence for the elec-
wlu to mste im sl i tion of Mr. Stockton for governor-
endto haete otly unoated jpst what the saloon men would not
amd teftr tb others Ukamed, au if 3w
want us to do.
thywr allowed. They pre wa ntu o
tow a drop ed they noe of Ctivnship Superintendent Hans-
t bw tvo which < U cure is a man for his department of
a Inw theirlessce18our state union, and is wide-awake
*pctedt their rules ic 1872. not en"w cn

%qmie they are reaay to allow tiem,
bat became there are SO many of like help make a Florida for Christ."
ut bw to e are so many ofm like o There is to be a great missionary
ma tNo ---ar to entio. con ference in Asheville. N. C.. July
t Amid ao becauveo the general rule as 3-12. This meeting held by the young
tinte, If these specified diversions people's movement of the United
ebUw Iout. places the heu rehun- States and Canada. will be "above the
da Uablyc o nt plaeswitheout men- clouds," spiritually as well as bodily.
U me~tiaablya~3~iflt all, without men- Low railroad rates and moderate
SW "-g aernot m. The bishops conference expenses should place the
Oewmel 6 in connection with ti w the m all workers
Ike rvvtii : "Grave injus- w ri w ithai te anorite Mr. John
lIjce wftbe done if this recommenda- w r w h t. Jh
Snell. 529 1-2 Church St.. Nashville,
don Is interpreted as an abandonment
of o r e rly ppoiti n to wordlyTenn., or to us. for full particulars.
f our e ly opposition to worldly he East Jacksonville Endeavor
amusements; indeed, it is a return Oer have lost an Georgia has gained,
the principles and exact words ofe h avosworker in Dr. Paul Brown, whg

John Wesley." is now located at 238 Capitol avenue.
The Methodist Episcopal church Atlanta. Workers there were prompt-
(south) has never specified these par-l notified by our correspondence de-
ticular amusements by name in her ly notified by our correspondence de-
....+.,,..,,partment of Dr. Brown's coming into

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depths of the sea.
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Metropolis contains an account of the
burning of a ship at sea, and the
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ican flag inverted still flying, the
steamship George Weems of Balti-
more, which carried a crew of twenty
men. burned and sank eight miles
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News of the destruction of the vessel
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day by the Clyde Line steamship
Apache, which arrived there from
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the Apache is not known. One hbu
dred and fifty passengers on the
Apache witnessed the fire.
I "The life boats were gone and them
were no signs of the crew. The I-
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U THI CHARG& AGAINST GIL- that the vote of "Mr. Speaker" is re- WHY NOT BE "HAPPY-GO-LUCKY"
CHRIST TRUE? cordted against the motion to indefi-'
Siiilte'y postpone the resolution. A! Be Caeery Candidates
If the liquor dealers, whateve vote again-t ine5nteW shouldd a personn make himself
Called, rezllv, desire to ..lect M. is equivaien- to a vote for tl.e re.o)- iac
saw .c.lle ..... :i"r-e .....elelllane?
lution. a ,. an
2 .t Mr. Stockton for this office. Th, e above ilng tre ouIns and unsociabil:ty? Few pe-
S. .. .. c 'i to us tlat ii is an awful thing to de-:.. "
wang; man, though a tool. wcu., ately a ,iflly place a man pie cai', to listen to whining and
wo thM th n methods thney arl l m col,.laint. On the whole, the world
cbrged with pursuing would ha.' 'a" a o- ition ;here he no-, ,' us as well as we deserve. It is
ceisely the oip osit,-effect. 1oi ".b \-' yeay r hard for the defeated to admit
In the Adry counties in Florida t, .. i, i)ut it is a fact nevertheless, and
...l. Le. ar Vhv should politics l b-so3 bauch- t
Anti-Saloon Leagues have an aler: ,o .. ,, if only admitted one of the chief rea-
md active organization, and sendinfled an gae hv should not a r defeat is removed.
1 : ionsfor de feat is removed.
a jug of liquor into said counties man's private and lUolic record stand s_ "
SH of nqlo" intO said! countie-. Candidates of the second primary,
e b out against what arc apparn,'ly pi'e-
vtth e "compliments of Albert a ....w 1 )remember, a cheerful philosophy is an,
v f a- ricatlton* ...
QClehrist." would be like a red flag nations? important element of sucecss. It
. The Starke Tl eegraph says: "
fhmted in the eyes of an infuriat T e Star e eegrap a. brightens a person's existence, and
bu. We have prepared this article, not th .i
wit ..hl..ul....ha.t h- i the lives of those surrounding him ;o
Any child would know that If tr-. be hanppy-go-lucky" like General Al-
0l-hrist wanted to win votes In those change a single pie hunter or Stoc- bert Gilchrist. He who is perpet-
imtes It would not be the proper ton henchman, but wit the hopesuspecting others of ill-treating
Sto do, atd despite which this that it will disabuse the minds of the n yo
t o,.pte hthis goodmen who have been misled b him is not a welcome companion. Ev-
w--a, r. G'llchrist, throu--h the Li- gooI men WhO have been misled by .
Sat Mr. Gilchrist, through the Li- he misrepresentations that have been ery man is of less importance to the
w Deedo r- Aotwcithstanding the faca heaped on Mr. Gilchrist, and that th world than he likes to think. But he
Shadoi been otw the side of temperance will no longer suffer themselves to be can easily test it by asking how much
used to circulate these misrepresen- he himself dwells upon the condition
a the days of his life. of others. By as much as their griev-
If the liquor dealers are doing this ns ances do not particularly concern him,
ft almost amounts to insanity. Yet BROWARD IN HILLSBOROUGH. 'by so much his own are matters of in-
Sis the charge. It really sounds difference to them. So let him be
be a plot gotten up by the enemy. Governor Broward. by his peculiar pleasant, )ury his sorrows, pocket
qeialy when we are reminded that methods of vot--geing, led the race, his affronts, make himself agreeable
the opposition is composed of adroit for United States senator in the firs: to someone by his side, beneath a
SMUcians, and graduated in Jackson- primary. This was a surprise consid- j "merry widow" hat, trust to provi-
vie factional politics, ering the sorry spectacle the governor dence and take what comes.
It is also charged that the liquor made of himself during the campaign
alers have sent into Florida the and the badly mutilated record which The %or!d's not hai,' s.o bad a l)lace
dealing sum of three hundred and he fias left behind him as governor As many try to make it;
dxty thousand dollars with which oI This is one aspect of the recent pri- 'But whether good or bad. to us.
mrrupt the white democratic voter- mary. however, that should not e.- DependIs on how we take it.
--d carry the state for General Gil- cape notice. In this county and vicin It's up th- hill and down the hill,
ri st ity there are several notable illn- And pu-shing all along there.

This sum of money could not be used
if Florida to corrupt the voters with-
out its being found out. and as a
great majority of the white democrat-
iec voters of Florida are high minded
oen. men who are above price. i:
would seem that the whiskey dealers
have done a very foolish thing if they
have done what is charged against.
But where is this money, and how
ti it being used? We are positive
that it is not in evidence in General

stances of the opinion of the p!o101e Be who you may. ani what you will,
in regard to the governor and his P:1 I t's surely worth a song there.
litical favorites, it is! For th,:t's ih,- way the world
Take the case of the sheriff of Hill-- i.
borough for instance. Thei governor
removed Robert A. Jackson froi Thls If \'*vf office: and Jackson led all Coinil('ti- And se in resolved to ngruimble
tors in his race for re-e(lect ion. Thie l ,ca(3s our life is one (01 (are
govei -1ii)or. removing Jackson. alpoilPin!- An(d all oui- talk is rumlidii.
ed E. D. Hobbs as his successor; and The folks we meet in overi'v street
Mr. Hobbs was next to the low man in \\'ill pass us in a hu-ry"
the race before the people. .AI!'. Thy r';rly have 'he time to wait
Hobbs is a good man aiind an holiest F) r someone else's worry.

Gilchrist's headquarters, and we are man and there is no reason whly h" Ah, yes. That's just the way the
equally as positive that he and his should not have received, a munch world o..'.
imast intimate friends deny the charge larger vote than he did. except the
J0 toto. one fact that he was a Broward ap- We8Ir a "happy-go-lucky" face,
And why should a man be thrown pointee. This destroyed Mr. Hobbs' And boldly, bravely labor,
Iat a position and among company chances of being elected sheriff 9f Altho, gh we stumble in the race,
where he does not belong, and during Hillsborough. and while it carries no I We'll always find a neighbor.
all the years of his life has been a reflection upon Mr. Hobbs himself, n1' So be cheery, though voters frown
Ial stranger? having repeatedly and emphatically i Yon can have picnic dinner;
In his private life General Gilchrist stated that the appointment came to1 Just give for right a cheerful fight
to strictly a temperate and a temper- him unsought, it is an indication of Then you'll come out the winner.
usee man, and the record of his pub- how the people of Hillsborouugh re- You will. That's just the way the
be life has all been along that line. gord Broward. world goes!
He is not a habitue of the barrooms Another instance is in the case of MAGNOLIA.
d never during the course of his the tax collectorship. John 1.. Branch
albe life has he consorted with that was an applicant for the appointment! REGRETS THE DEFEAT OF LA-
deinent. upon the death of Charles E. Worth., MAR-LOOKS TO THE ELEC-
The following is his public record The governor appointed John F. Me- TION OF FLETCHER
smig the lines of temperance, taken Fall. In the primary contest both ____
*a the Starke Telegraph: these gentlemen were candidates be- This is no time for weeping and
The real Gilchrist is a morai. hon- fore the people. There is no gainsay- wailing. We lost ou candidate for
gble man, and so far as prohibition ing the fact that Mr. McFall was by the senate. As long as W. B. Lamar
ft concerned is the only one of the far the most competent man in the was in the race we were for him. We
uee candidates for governor who race, but he had been appointed by |are genuinely sorry he was defeated
as a record on the issue that dates Broward and he suffered from the dis- in the first primary. Had he succeed-
tk of the opening of the present pleasure of the people at anything ed in getting into the second primary
ampalgn. emenating from the present governor we would still havebeen for him to
When DeSoto county went dry sev- of Florida. Mr. Branch was over- the extent of our loyal support. But
Q-l years ago the Punts Gorda vot- whelmingly nominated, he failed. It is up to us to select an-
tg precinct gave the largest dry ma- Another striking examp)ple is fur- other man to whom we can give sup-
Swity in the county. Mr. Gilchrist nished in the election returns from port, and we have no hesitancy in
es at Punts Gorda. and his neigh- the neighboring county of Manate. ple ging our best efforts the ele-
ors say that the large dry majority J. J. Stewart is county judge of Man- tion g Dun oUr Flefcher as senator
tion of Duncan V?. Fletclher as senator
i that precinct was largely due t0 atee, and, this year he was called up- from Florida. We know the man-
U personal efforts in favor of prohi- on to make a race for re-election, professionally, officially and as a citi-
MtUon. These neighbors of his think Judge Stewart. it will be remembered, I zen. We have known him for many
*aty well of him, too. Out of 237 was the subject of the most violent years. We knew him when he was
e them who voted for governor on th. unjust, and, in fact, malicious as- the champion and ready friend of
Slnst., 217 voted for him. saults on the part of the governor's those who are loudest now in their
In the house of representatives in personal organ, the Tallahassee Sun, condemnation of him, and in all our
M. Mr. Baker of Clay county, intro- only last year. when he was charac- relations with hm we have found him
&nW a prohibition constitutional 'terized as a "rubber-stamp-" official, be a man of the highest ideals,
imdment. The amendment was! and repeatedly held up as unfit to clean morally, professionally and po-
bco joint resolution No. 364. He;-e hold public office. These attacks on litically. Our best efforts will be put
Is the record of the proceedings on the the judge were industriously circu- forth in aid of Fletcher's candidacy
neluUtion on Wednesday, May 31. lated among the voters of Manatee for for the senate.-Madlison New Enter-
(Journal page No. 1964): effect on the judge's official standing prise.
IHouse Joint Resolution No. 364: andi. naturally, on his prospects for i ___
Proposing an amendment to Section re-election. The election returns COST OF THE PRIMARY
2 of Article 19 of the Constitution of from Manatee tell us that Jnude Ste'..--


For Sheriff
I hereby announce that I will be a'
candidate for the office of sheriff of
Marion county iu 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 pl, dge 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 duties 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

the democratic primary of May 19th.
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
Sthe best interests of the county of
Marion, and state of Florida.

I am a candidate tor tne legislature
subject to the rules; govrning rh.
primaries. Platformi-Lss expenses: ;
equal and lower taxation; as w t! )
not need the illiterate, non-tax paying
(citizen in our el-,'ction ii iuess, lot's
cat him o]it. I.. S. LI(JGHT.
To the, Dt-wo<'r.iti" V, .I'- ,f \Mlari.)i
Having (',,nlilt-c. in Ti) lp, urity 'V '
life. and r1.. .'tit;l(1 1,f l.11. :',t 'i*.r .,f H .t, i.
It. V. ,Long o4f AJaita F].I.. aitd hinrg
4 t. !|j..tli (Iitg
Sitisti t'tial t ) is *,,inin,.ntily \ j i luiti(1
ministration of the duties of the coun-
ty commissioner's office has met with
the approval and will receive the In-
dorsement of the electors of Marion
county, I therefore announce that my
name will appear on the ticket used
in the primary to be held May 19,
1908, as a candidate for a second
term. In the event of my nomination
and election I promise a faithful dis-
charge of all duties attending said of-
fice. Respectfully,
For Supervisor of Registration
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
I have been urged( by many friends
to become a candidate for supervisor
of registration, and have decided to
enter the race.
My record is well known. My offi-
cial acts while sheriff of the county
and my character as a citizen and
a democrat are probably known to
most of you.
I wish to emphasize the fact that if
you elect me to the office, the busi-
ness will be attended to by myself, in
person. Furthermore, nothing shall
be done in the office to favor any par-
ticular individual, party or faction,
but all shall receive absolutely Just
and impartial treatment.
While the salary of this office !s
very small, yet, under the law the su-
pervisor has great power, and it is of
the utmost importance to every citi-
zen that this power shall be admin-
istered with justice and with care for
the rights of all.
The people of this county have been
kind to me in times past, and this I
greatly appreciate. If elected I will
do what is right to all concerned.


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S4M Th 4W 0. W T WiILOW Itrn bee In I nearly a11 parts of Europe Trustee of the Industrial Indian MRS. N. G. KINGMAN DEAD Editor Jordan writes that Eld
I Mexico and the West Indies, besides School Fund. Claude L'Engle is now reversing wl
Ftem Tuesa*s Times-1Union. vI- After an illness of several yof
TPs We s T Wime-Union. e-cehis own country. By enactment of the state legisla- After an illness of several years he said about General Gllchrist bet
S te F ida Timelion. ditor-ed about n-chief In August, 1884, President Cleveland ture, trustee of Indian lands. Mrs. N. G. Klngman breathed her last th general became a candidate
STm ni died about appointed him collector of internal Member of the river and harbor rly yesterday morning at her home
So'clock this morning. revenue in the district of Florida, and ,committee of the Jacksonville board in the first ward.
a Eitor L'Egngle now says should ca,
FPr the past two years Mr. Wilson which position he now holds, for the of trade. Mrs. Kingman had been in d
ei been a very sick man, having on1four years' term will not expire until For two years editor and half own- health for years ad during all of her very atoe wiht forhe is s
at occasions gone to New Yorki.September next er of the Industrial Record of Jack- sickness she bore her sufferings with ng as one lthout bias
I The history of his journalistic ca- sonville. much fortitude and patience. For sev- the election of General Gilchrist
Or treatment nd rema ning rer is interesting. In ISSI, before a At the time of his death Mr. il eral months past she has been quit l own p a state p is i
tefor several weeks each tim. railroad was built to Orange Lake-. -on was a- active member of the? and for weeks at has been knw n ardy Besides he p hard put tisn
~~~~~~~~~~~and for weeks it has been knownthtad.Bsesht arput,
After each of those trips his condi- !before mail or telegraph reached to a Jacksonville board of trade and a she could not long urv-ve. Hr dauh- ing that General Gilchrist is want
Um improved for a while, but the i-. nearer point than eight miles. he co-- member of the Seminole Club. ter. Mrs. Bertha Williams, of Jacks- in dignity because he eats panut a
lrOVemnt was only temporary. Du celved and started the Orange Lake Announcement of funeral arrange- vile, has been with her for s uses a rocking chair. It i abut
St t pr he wet to Chia oridian,, a four-page w.eky. Th ments will be made later, months, and was with her during il a par with the statement that v
Ing the paet spring he went to Chica- months, and was wit her during
1g and there was under the treatment1enterprise was started purt!;, fj- her sufferings. Shc also leaves anoth- or Broward eats with his knife. r1
amusement. It was h,-,- that ht- ma-- THE BEST PILLS EVER SOLD
of an eminent specialist. After his Iamueent er daughter, Mrs. Royal E. Cole. ,f let us become silly.
Ilm., about six weeks ago. he de- itered the r-udimnents of the printer's After doctoring fifteen yards this city, who .pt a great deal 31
art. He SeT tPpe he( list r'ib-Td it. 'h -. t hr -vh r dhel* i"
I ed that for a while he felt much t si. i. ( chronic indigestion, and spending ovr her time at her mthr's hesi Albert Gllchrist has never etr
t but then cme another r-woked the prss, h- washed th two hundred dollars, nothing has don Mrs. Kinga. with her hus thePeolean
betr. but then came another re- ImeamuhgoasD.Kn'
'forms, he wrote editorials, anal local- m as much good as Dr. Kings N.-- t people, and though he has been
ps- e. Life, Pills. I consider them the best came to Ocala twenty-five years ag public office a number of years I
n days ago his condition ban classi-l t age. sol. wrs B. F. Avscue of from Eusti. ha g ov, th:- :ne enemies have nothing to say agal
o ...;las, h-,t no; .eas.. cari-i h apr, Ing; sid-. N. i_'. un.-r guarantee
came serious and everything osb-gyasfmthnrl,
beam serous and everf. thinh possible' to th" ,,.t a: Tyiings & 'o. ,Irug stor.-. m years previously froimp the ror:)l. Mr. him as to his acts in public or privi
was done for him. With the ver bes Kingman wa6 a iro)nin .tt K. )f P life. Florida will honor herself
C medical attention and the v mos, li aran h -.t. 1 .:-; GENERAL STEPHEN D. LEE and li,-d her, .-,ve if,.. y..r as electing General Gilchrist to the g
m ii a a te t on an he mo 'IthfA ap:onfull ,r It .. here : ,)t.-rr
Called nursing, he continued to grow ; inal wa. hurit i1 in Evrgt-.'n ('c e ernor's chair.-Mlam Nws-Recor l
weaer, and it was realized that th formable Shen D. Lee die, at his ery. The rtn,.D ,o, f his wed, w till a h
,and it was realized that t ht- na formidable ay 28 rin:" Theof-I"-;. i- w

end was approaching. Itt bca, ".-o ex,),', :) !-. 1,a hon.e ar Columbus. Miss., M abs., May 2. i o s by hs i- this af.rooa Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter
en w s"ppoa higlaid ,o rest by 1his si,l-, this ; af .r!..,)f r n r .K .ltg t.
His two sons. Henry and Geor-. i-,iPn tw' coi~nt... -. .- *.e[ii -' was commander of th.e Vick,- at four ocl Th,. fu --r,A!;, in yesterday morning fr,), [.v
Arrived Saturday nigho from Atlanta.t : a ro" n hu Natona. Guards since March 1, held from the -i,, . Mr1 and They have rented a room at Mr F
:that l tl o0 , "" ", ,,
,where they had een attending th a 'n 0: .- :; t' ,, .wa. a orn at Charleston. S. C.. Mrs. Royal E. il..-n k!awaha av- Borden's o)n South Third tr-,t a
where they had been attending th -imnfle di z'a r fr,,.!. O:--waz l-Akt Ti- St-i;ii'mi:.r -2. I YL:. ;ie was the son
;~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~eu. the~i Miiayllea Cn^i11+d':l r:0'1^I'1 i**S^^- ^ h o .v l .dy hoi:.,- b "" r. ,v ., -3 Mrs. Slaughter will board in t+,,w,.
Georgia Military Collego at Collegqn, ,)-- :- t-- .'-z'g I of Dr. Th,):as anal Caroline eAllison) their h 1),)1y.
Park. Other relatives were present,. "'h '-.1r. -:. w 1 Dr. Slaughter D11.zar come ;atn vromeso.rint f
-to th Fioriialea )-. I n :xxa. :" ,a. .- i- =;.!ae from West Point F in sa n i+d ,b.p:..rn.ta s
with his devoted wife. who had betan i Th i rl" :!1 ** -! L h Friends War h' ivit .. r, b- .
his constant companion during his .n his L. D. te- th funeral.
to" illness, closely looking after e--,per i:sut ,1 in 'h, lz.,rh ,f )-'ni a- gr'e a: Ta'! 1 iviv sityi ani was Mr Tur:i i i . ,
e- stlar wj FMloIIrDiTriiai..'.I!rtI
erythinig that might aodid to his corn- Florid'. !T -, .uei for "u first iieutea:a.v ot the Fourth Artil- CARD OF THANKS r,-n. Di.k anal Thlp.a. ,f In, .l
fort and aid in prolonging his life. To wek to chr-l. I' .-'sion of th iry. Unit.,i States army. from 1.54 after a zl,,rt 'ij, ta r..'i..- ,: t
the family is extended the most si-ru-i cour t "itinl a :.1at from- "II' ^, 1..,. ani f r thre years was regi- I desire to thank the people of Mi- city andl tant.n. r.-ttarni t i..-, v,
cere and heartfelt svmpathv of thI, tm t h: ,,:.A 1, .-:a... M: V'. : t-nal qtart-rniasrb.-r. He afterwards rion county for the loyal support given terday.
.011 ;,--ur ic-- i an, old".-"-alli; +anf o f41r t fiw e vn
people of Jacksonville. and of the en- son .a.chc .- i o.,1 o }canm a 'oft.erate officer, serving me for United States senator in thQ -
tira state, for Mr Wison was one eek.-- : ,r.P--andai po.,-il.a- Capta.-, mraj r. lieutenant colonel, first primary. To the voluntary sup- Hr H --..,-..r
tire state. for Mr. Wilson was one 4), h
the best known men in Florida. an ; tl..u a ..-Ia:n oolonl l. I;-i ::e ." i neral, major gen- port of the people of Florida is due -:n : 1 ,,l ,f a t,. r'a n'
Sld nu*oera r isiton of hon- ,,w "n-,1 t -iit bi ;1.,i "' eral and liutenant general, the fact that I led the other candi- law.v.r,, ,f J ,k-,-a iM l.. v.' .r.y
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Sdho-14l nfmerwi'' positions of hon- tefc htIldteohrc
and the grk r a" Oc.:, l .,:. In Many Battles dates. I realize the vote that I hav terlay in *-'nsalt:in wi, ,',, a
or"and trust. T (ir,,n ar,!'.f.,-,.,,'tl '.
ThiAn Eventful Career TI-- ')aaV -'h* a )1ar:'LU-' General Lee took part in the l)attlbs received is not a personal complimnt t
The following biographical sketch "- th s e o ,around Richn.ond in i.. in the sec- it the strongest evidence of the peo-
The following biographical '.-' ',. o1. battl
o( Mr. Wilson appeared in the Nation-!in" t r- er ,. :,,:-;:.w.,:' ond battle of Bu1l Rn111. Siharpsbur, ples faith in th principl-s I ra ,;,.: .-,,-:. h
lnKr.thilsonrappearedtin the,-at ,, .,
a! P-initer-ournalist of June.lS9S.anl ,a:i ~ :n i Vick.-targ camplai-n. He was sent. There wii! be oniy two canli- tr. Mn- J ,5 M,,.., .
to uit is added other data: J n.i daa l "'l a I.- .:, : : i :-' co 'illa er o. ,nf rat- forces I-tes now, and rhe stporter.- of candi- -.,: ,j,. ,', ,, tii ..l .,- .- ,
ihe "to-i.KI 1:oel, "j" "" when dates in the fin-yt ,w"asofat
G w e W W ilson is in eve ryny-" m ,l tt ,t .
W George W W ilson is in eve"o wa- .. .... I.of1chli.. a ,- t t a'ialt was in .will not te upon tile ary Aot i n t s-
a genuine newspaper man. interested citz o c.;',l, ",- .. .. .n was in the ballot in the se-
in affars',a an.i ,+ver actiS1e, industriou; 189.. th- n ch --wll.1.: :,... ',' & ,p .,o. -.. Atlanta, ond primary y ill tike !hir cho(, r T,,.<-I ,f -. :" i ., .
and +l .-s.crificin=. in all that tends !iA-. : ""- '. -*.;- i i -,, I--. :.,,.,. to the u(td .i: ing of nis city anl.; r '-- * ante i specIfully invi;e them to consider my ,
h ,i,,, i .-i a W .1-r a n li oia c % -. r a 1%.. .
stait. }-i,, va.- b<.-:i i.i Boo ue- : : ,ac, f a ,rl.'y. !f a::. .!:>hi!- ,,r, H ,t.-l far : l.nri.9 v -.:
.11 1! 1 ee ac m i ll at: > j P! f i O S S: ft tn
t h e t- fr o n = .ij,'- :' i r ., .,. ., -: s ,, , ., .t ,' '
ir.. . .. n r j- n tj, i d I w ill e t .;e w l , ]#,! l 's s o n t~
tv Ky.. Ma 1 "a }7-. Pi5 anr':;torF iji r >*c .. : ** ;a -' ilio Rar- I.a< Iuc t w i '., ,=* v.. co a s han oao- 1

both paternally an ld n aternally. w 'r,. tiliO!. 1. : - '- -- a f u Thnce v ri n ei-c r n-a t.-. d 1 a ; -
among the first setthlrs of Kentuckv-- l'"-li: U1 :un(; '- ., .: 'i I- .- fol.. e ov sinc I ca a a -.,: .. ,. '
tie \X.-O~a-- ,- iii ..ha. iS flOW trol T- n v '1 1 n :T! (.'i S:.' \\n~ ,,.;rl'i., lS~t t +- .it^ "l ":" t : l-;, r? *"' "" ; ... "- " "i 1. "'- a *l \' s ,ii~ n h v w l o a + a t t:,r ,;: t.- .- .' ,
H i.-, i;. in wha; is now t r o .- a : : ." : '" ;', 'i ," con- desperate figh: to defeat ,i-. ,
H-iar-i".kn and the Wsts ;it
Haa1-," :,, Btlo "rnncnes m Iediro:- an-! '-": : Tof the 0 'or.P. Y rta,. *-"A 7,::--lssip:" in: !",9,. tie N. B BROW-ARD.
,' id K in .c i- v h n ii w a s a ,c( 'n 1 ia i 'ii .L- 1 1 1 W 1 w i i .
kI1,+., a<*. ~ d s i s tt1. "Tc'r++ .so a-]'i i I, *.'1;-' *.';;T: ^' -'; ,'-. ,. j- po,. i io s__ > ,* \ ,. \ .i i <
.raw as I:- T wn-- ... :. :..... ( "-- 1}:-i th- I. --:" V -ar,, ol .. s lif,: CLERKS' HALF HOLIDAY ',, :,1 -1'.. ,"-..a ; h',! if i,,. .,.. *,-.
1c" e ... -- 7a, 'i'i: man *,i h, e hi --t')rncU associa- ---.t.*a'" '' I ;;.a' ; s itil i >
H is early yo lth w as s lent near T', l; .^^ P !" h.i> '-)';.t few et ua'as in "'. iiu i i .'1 1:' (?,] C'.nfe -l' at. V eter- Y .-stnr'lay aft.- ,,n i )n. th< .- rst ,f th4
Hamilon. Ohi,,. vhiere. in the pul)lic st I i e,.t-i w::h a --asr-r. ,,. liC.,ut+,;a' t n a r commanding clerks" half holidays, was -nj,,ye tv NOTICE OF FINAL 01SCHAR
scoaln, he ctdtehe rurnty usf T+,:mnes-. a-", dep)artflent the employes of pra-a.tically 'v..ry r---
-by his elueation to be completed large n "Memoir-. of Floriia. fnr) nitei Conf>-ate Veerans: presi- tail store in Oca(a. -12t l ; of J 1 ; I 'il
r l." by liriv'at* tutors, owingr to his' poor 12th ,l:,.v ,f J.'inar~v. 1'.+,,'.. I \\ ill ,-.
flh that p n ra enedTuis him fom. p er Governor Francis P. Fleminig ap-ydexi t Mississippli Histor.-ical Society: The. originators of t5V.,- T"hurs~l-iy ha:f ,q'ut~r of th,. h~-II a!' I ;d..a r,,.Ir.:.-
j^ H^ th, haT Prevented him from he -peared a biogra:)hical sketch of Ma.,r i'sildefl MS-issipi Agricultural h<,ldlavs in this citv ar, ,i-serv-ig 5f 'f Juli T. Munr,.\. aI,.'.-.,. I r -s
g the advantage ofa complete cot-i. . c an ,. ." .. .-, '.. ,, g.a -- ,it ,. my final a-counts anal v,)ujlhrs t,
SIng the a<^'ain~ag of. a eomlulete e 1ilson. containing all of the dat.a ..i- and ..,cri -ai C')l-^^\ He was great praise, a tnhi .h- ,! .rks will thor- ,'.Jsjs,;)h ,.ll, ,:- .af pr- atat,..
le-ate course, though while living a, en above, and also the following: electt,! i *n-o:! commandling United oughly enjoy th-ir d*'li ihtful rest an]t his offic. a(t o--il;..'i,, 'i'! .,,
orange Lake. having the advantage-a He has had the expw-ri.Cre o, rrav\! Con' 'ia:a^ V'era!1s in 1904. creation during th,- sum.r naonths. 'yfia ,t.'.,n :l:", :tim', f ,r t;
ofn many parts of thn woriyi, andl an I. is a rmove,.n-.nt thirtt sh,,ulai mar--t June 1. 19,,<,
stocked librar.. Mr. Wilson. for fully, unusual intimnacv with -m-n of l-a.."- BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE WINS th. approval .,f ,ur .:i.z-ns g.'z.-r:al^" .. T .M('NlPaal-

fifteen years of his life. w as an untir- an l of gr. t ti n 1 5 a rch t- s l a p- U 1- t-:. .t ,f th. !i t, .I X T .a t ,
jug student, having mastered most of pT sn tm in, Mr.. ,of Rural Route 1, Coch- i af
spenit some tint+, in Mexio,). wh,,rt- 11 ran. Ga.. writ.i.s: "I had a bad s.)r- to td for tho, stt,.I thoy htv,- tak .n1. i-,
sd sieintific works of the time. He made sonie ari-ieo'ogical dir- Gm,-. oin th. 1 inst. p of my f'oit and- t I
Sas intimate friends a numberOfovories. having been a sientfic sti- could find nothing that wli t STOMACH TROUBLES NOTICE
.o. ti I :i|,0iawa l ,'at ,"i-u.s Araaica
the- most scientific men of the country dent for many ears alon the line- v,. ,:, a f a 2 cent box Man remarkable cur ,,f dentfor nih,,ye rs lyn the li" :-- ,a' ,"af)f a25c etin br-toxbe av )J~lf. ',( ~ 'tt itCrnro iqii.ila~
I-pon the death of his father in I.70 of prehistoric man. He had as hi-. a, tli *Iay f. ,i,. ioy affcting a p r- bMer have bt0-n fhrct1' Ly r Ta,'- cialro Cicuit of Foriia. in an.l
his mother moved back to her old in crt \ n ,erlain's Stomah and'Liv-r' Marion County-In hancery.
riond so-e of themos faous'i T.ii. & (" ,. ,itri. st,,at- I (ne man wh, had Sltnltover 1, John R. XWilliams. COmplainant.
home in Carlisle. Kentucky. residing of th, cntury. Riciar-i A. Pro,-. thousand dollars for mi n' anna r. ,i t al. f
where until 1ST4. when 11s mother,-2o:,s astronoer. star l CARD FROM GENERAL GILCHRIST treatment was cur,.dl )y a f..w -: Wh< t r Df
a ,Stewart of Toiiiof- t th .-st, tablets. Price "'. (-'nti ?. an!t --Orier for Constrctive S
ajaree, Col. R A. ewarp of ouois- y ies ta M.^ Vil.,n ,a-; t1 pIles fr-e, at all 1ruggit.-. ,n 'i<.
iana. anad toi ,o Florida and s,-!o- intite frind hi '- a ars Ae \ Gilchrist, is o ro that tl. nla
tarrid ('o. R A aIru -.- iti? nintefa-itoail o'hi 'i-, a-i(~tisoiC~n~
ge i("as :,,i',e for"(oaerlv:i%. The g,,v-,rn n t- t u"tdln., v, hn toat L- 'hfear
tIed at Orange which ,lac., t close a comTpanions for l. herein nam to-wit: Chars
T o. ,hI V.ra l", o' F ..or~ Iia :' c trst-' ,t"f -',,a .p ',+i l t ia i in tl : a ( iTV Xii- h o n o i a e l (' t t u h
young W ilson developed into a rug- \ .at.. at t ,. ti P ', ,Tor No -h Vo)r:h of P ori -ta+.urst ,)f .t in t"1 :,4i4 T C; tl ,, hl ,
--,I>. In.a'eey'o e--tica orbigmats~~ ata~ a i ; panty. a corpora,' ion :anala- tl,.' la
S ged and robust man. finishing hi rat ook on ',,l! an In l tl eever -, se- o as your t,.ing n t : tn a .v til: F, T
lfinihinihi-,.\-atbook on aint-
At the a e of 2L M r. Nivon Wa ; w Astronomy. Dr. T. Strr H-;ill)-: "ana("l -n I na-ni ,p t a safe. t pron pf- ,-:or '", kn t. a ,At f n r (') a y. a cPrp
tendered and accepted the nom nation a h, goo; a nai clh m 'is, the = r, ail' ):-'-,'.i:-' aailnim istration O1f t. ,.lv\. ,r fiftn f....t. :.:,i ., a thr.; ,- ,ion ,inlla'r th,'' laws of the, '-t:ata
ho+ .. a f a o u a I a a !tIl )+kL I i~
for member of the legislature, simplyv sT of|ii;Sch-ool. was a !. -i c i- affai '11" a -. I am not ai1- .'lly and ,l... .... :,i.a a (")l c it. t'V K. Oa-. he+ anal
for the purlo-s of keeping up th ; paiioin for two winters a Oakla.-n. 1 inlu 01 T- that facttht governor" art (r.lp);dli'l af ,1-1a,,-.'i t lea ,i: ofcprltm flr','i to ti a (
party organization of M arion county. th- oral, + hom o C, ) .M -. 'W its. .i he, s a- :a a.; ani not hest ter m aster of of tw + y ,r t nrty a -tst. rirh, s-. N .,.,t -- or before Mon lay, ,he .'thi al:iy of .1,
a and ever sine, that time has beei ore efreez. It -a- at , hoti th p-opleo ho e! o t him. I will re- st;an:lng th.- -.: t ith, th. fu 19 .
uniit'my. thnd c rr l -Idation \walls ar.'i a~ .. l c ml: i r. an active, energetic and untiring lot Mr. Wlson that Dr. Hunt wroi- o Il:'" y )h and carry o thdatin alls ..., :;: '
"- hi- 'l.r.. { ai~ ,i 'I('' a '%
worker in its ranks. and no mnan ian-sast and latest essay on tie ev- laws as laid down in O statutes a.l rvnt th ... fr,, ;,l, -
the statr has contributed more liber- eouion of olo ad chenisry a: he onsiution. tur.. The sut,-rv :' a't;.. f fr ,ni:,.t. a n w-a.k-r lxi
a solution of geology amdcei.r111h4'nittol c~i'~~p.rjatl-
ally than he to its exchequer. H essay that has been translated in'o I laV mal, po la Iromises to inali. onui ,, t..+! ,iVit I ,! in said county anal stath.
ser\ d i o vo ars a. secretary of th_;,l -r civilize.d tonil e. ana i UT : .i-;als. ;ni.-" s>S. oii co--; l'. .orsa'. t i.- hast a: ,lp-n: :9,- O, "i.,!' -... -.. .. ..
.' " '--'--' or atr I- ,, ,'ni ,,a1 fr,,rte t ,.e :jipnpr,,lari i ,i 8 T SlSTRVN'N
se .id c.n '-ssional .-istaict 'c.- ; .,:-. ,,:- t .s c'.'.c... : - I, : I.Ir1 i'o ;' o Clerk Circuit Court. Maa-ion (',. I
tiva- con mintit e. anl two .-'ar-s m ore: in^ hi-. o a.,," "is -'- f in ,i:, a- a ;a i -aa any 'a-. -'.a .f. a-a f y. H. B. Fy..Ir.. I (
S ,a c h a irn il'n o th'e c o ltm itt C -. a n l "1 . ^ t ,' vo lu tion : a " .....
S.h :- t sr-io n s r n al r e a! v a l u a b l e s c -h ,' rM,i r l ,v v 'r y s c : .- ,n t -f ic r ,: .n o f a i a V '... .t - .
-- a'- y ;~ t -*;* >** o : i **;t ^ i. ~a' :' -? *" *i~ "
i-e It-. party etho present a. [ P NOTICE
t ..... _- i,,,. ilson' ,...., ,- x.-:,-.... ... ^.o.. .. Resictful..'a. Fr>nilI:-. Z}h1, ,La :Mi !.2I ____ _






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In the Circuit CoMr of t Ihe fth J .
elal Circuit of Florida, IS I W
Marion County-Ia Chiaery.
John IL Williams, Co mplaiuet. y
Charles W. White et al. Defeda
-Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defehaits
herein named, to-wit: James M. Smith
and James 0. Johnasom, be aad tey
are hereby required to appear to tie
bill of complaint filed in this cae
on or before Monday, the 3rd day oa
August. 1908.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Baner. a newspaper published
In said county and state.
This 20)th day of May. 190.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. rli.
By H B. Foy. Jr, D C
0. T. GREEN.
Complainant's Solicitor S-22

In the Circuit (Court of the FIfth Jtdi-
cial Circuit of Florida. in and for
Marion County-In ('Chancerv
Walter S Gates. Complainant. %P Hat
tie Gate%. Defewdant-Order for
ComnatructIve Service.
It Is ordered that the Ipefendant
herein named. to-wit: Hattie (;ate..
be andi she is heareby requir*"I to ap-
pear to the bill of complaint rtl.lI in
thiq cause on or hefonr.. Montla>. the'
3rd day of Acgust. 191*%
J is further ord,.red 'hat a copy of
th order I.e puhi.ishetl once a welk
for eight Cns,'c-iti%., we*,ks in the
Ocal:i Banlior. a ntiww.apear puht4li'ed
in sail county antI state
This 2-1 daY of May. l1IVS
Clerk Circuit Crirt. Marion Co. Fla
Bv H B Foy. Jr. I) ,
('omplainaiit'A Solic itor 5 9


Bly ,irtlv t( a flnal (cltsur,' anl sai, ren-lorol ,n .May 2nIl.
i!*o, inl 'hat' r',-Tain ("ir pwn !ini in
ih*' circu!r (i4 'i t tli fifth i liclial
cirl uit of tl'. sat of Florida. in and
Ifor Marion coluintv. iii Ii ,nre'rv w-her.-
il W iill !D0 I 4,'h11 w 1, E') plljlaiti;nl t
illa l.ith.t- I Staffordl ;a l ti h,.-r. .r*
>I,'',.l;,lali l.>. I, til. ilin ,.lit''-n,., .li"<' l
rlI:-t.'r imT) i.,I'l ;Ii l ap,!i int.., in 'h.'

Monday. the S:xth Day of July. A. 0.
n th,.n th,. h "lt,' of #i''p ,, i t '4 'k
!n th. t'forflnoonl al.1 two ,)i'!irk in h,.*
alt#,rni( )n. at the so. iith ,ii.xr Wf ihe
v',irt' holoii,# in th, city of (),-aia ,ff.,r
alld X iIos4 t lol" ;1- s la1.l will '.I'l W
th. highest and lest ljd'r for craish
!.h,' tlli w ing d,. lat. alndl b,iiiK ili said state1 ant coun-
tay. to-wit; SoIth half of tb*" northast
,luartr. soutil haltf of the northwest
quarter, the southw,.st quarter. n half of southeast quarter of .,,o4ttos
:.,. township 11. south, range 21. east;
also ,ast half of northwest quarter.
no)rthw,.et quarter of northeast q'lar
ter, and northeast quarter of the
.southwest quarter of section 5, town-
ship 15. south, range 21. east. or so
much thi.reor as. may be sufficient to
satisfy said tinal decree and costs.
Special MasHter in ('hancery.
Complainant's Solicitor 5-2


In th. 'Circuut C'ourt ,of tio.l Fifth Ju-
,iiial 'Irc'uit Marion ',Coinlty-In 'han'ey.
J'ahn I. VWillia',s. <'.,mplainanr. vS.
C'harl,, \V. \\hit ,.t al. ef,.n'e-
ant*A-- rdI.-r f,'r 4 '.,on 4ru %' ('.s
It i'4 .r.!,.r..! thiit t!h-.. .l.-f,-iilan s
!i-r'in mi !ii'il. t,,-wit .J iii'-, M .Stnith
andl Jamo-s ) J,,hrnr'. h#.. ;anl tho-y are9
h,-r.- y r,,'|irdr. ti ato to) the bill
f ,ri'iolatint inr ,hii atv.-- on )or h.bfore
M l. tIelIy. T!, ;TI- ,' i y of July. l!0't.
It i- furti.r ,- r.l-.r-.l that a cropy )f
ThiA o*r.!#,r too. -'h i'h opyi @- :t w eek
tfr *.i ht , ,r .-' u, tiv'. w, ,.k' In the
' ,, il; t Hitin,':! III .1 M i T1 (C. it i "l ir t 11
T ,;i : ^ h .i\ *, f \I (. nl.r 1:* <
S'!r l :'-r, i" 1irr . .r',- in i '.p i r la .
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.1". I,. lby r.- i ir,,l tt> .tp(J,;L r To h,
*," rllti, it ll .I ~ in thl ,, au'., in
*: ..a,,r,. ta .. It I ,.l y ,of J uly. 1l.+4 '
It i< fllrtii.r or'I.-r.-i that a colpY of
: 4#.- ,r. l.-r h., pulli.! ,on a we *e
t', i t" 4 o r' i F r.;*- c i i i %,# r ,o "i... -A i n t a.a

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u the Editor O"ala Banner: TTT TMT" TTTT
Rem -lng to Mr. Bittinger's piece J
I the Weekly Star on "Light's Delu- -
iloa," will may "that's the stuff," Mr.
D18iflaer. Why, 'that's a regular
peasc. Ligh, in looking through the'
ph-bole of the past, sees an editor uf.
two newspapers who was beaten for
covty treasurer by a county bo.
Two year ago this same great edi- ~..
om'. In a legislative race, came out -
ourth, and In the last race had less W
tb 30 votes more than enough to 4
be ft the second race with Light. If & ^^
Light's hot air is such a delusion.
the ; e Wholesale Grocers,
why is it that In the six precincts

S 2941. Is that a delusion to Light Oa
or Bittinger? In the five precincts, in- d
adfa Ocala, around Ocala, where
Mr. Bittinger has lived for the last
twenty years, out of a total vote of M
TW. Mr. Bittiger got but 260 to p
ligth's 177. What is wrong with C Peas Cow
Uight's hot air that Mr. Bittinger diid 0- o w e a s C o
nt get but 33 per cent. of the vote
cM in his neighborhood?
Mr. Bittinger, be not deceived.
T A Carload of COW PEAS lust Arrived
-God is not mocked, for whatsoever
a ma soweth, that shall he also
Your prohibition speeches on every
atump, and your "Georgia corn, on- A s ull tock o
year old, for $1.75 per gallon," as ad- Al-
rtised in the Weekly Star is not hot K
ar delusion. The pin-hole shows Mr. K e o a st
Uttiager dry with his tongue, and the t t s t w Fa
taseme of the Star sold to the wets dom...
against the drys at the same time. DN
There is no delusion. Mr. BitUnger. dP-
Ia the fact that you can't serve Gol dl 1 1 0
=tlfattht~ea'terveol- R oyal Seal Oats in two p u d 1i
a" at the same time rake in the cold Rand
eash from the barroom ads. and make d
the people believe you are consistent 4
Mr. Bittlnger, how do you like the ao.-
Light hot air delusion? I11-
L. S. LIGHT. is put so
-- W ^.Now is the time to put your stock in good con-
.n<~^^ *f^=lfl lt edition. We have just received a large ^
May 30 witnessed the beginning of edition. W e have just receive a
commencement at Columbia Colleg--. dpw
Lake City, which consisted of an ex- consinnt of
bibtion of work done by the mission- "' cni metof
=ry and sewing classes, and which d ..
rejected great credit on those by -
phowse bands the materials were. ^ f T*^ 1<* j"^ Ij'^
-'--- ,Magic Stock and Poultry F
At g:3O P. in., the champion debate
took place between four young men of -
the college. Subject: "Resolved, That PCA
labor unions are a menace to the
Attorney Hodges, as judges, decided
Is favor of the affirmative. Senator __________________________________________________ __________
Palmer declared the effort one of the | l
best and most interesting and in- | -
Sunday morning at 1i o'clock Dr.inadL M
Mb.of Jacksonville preached th,* ....

m-eucement s rmon to one of the
largest and most interested audience
ever assembled in Lake City. __ AND I
Dr. Hobson was a. his bes-z and ).
course was superior to anything th(-y
had ever listened to.
Myr n mare lln aprentsoe ora W e have a large and assorted stock of Penny Candies alsc
Many persons are in attenelap~c' _
rom all parts of Florida- .^ ^
The exercises will contimie till 40_
wMoidl d fheiooth e tib -I pails Stick and the Southern Department Candy, all of
will depart for their home- until ) O -
next session, when it is confidentlyan
believed that wore than "; pi we offer at attractive prices, Be and include
will btw enrolled.
RundIay at 4::14f o~loel, ceii..le
things were said on Privilges <.f Co.-smalllothe next order
lege .i,: Plea-.r,-"s of Co.llege life. 1p.-
Perils of Coll go ILi1Y: Power of Col- '-
lte ig e antd ,h Proper Po.-ition of 1
a Youn" Christian in a (Yll i- orni-
-- In Feed We Handle

-' Purina, Shorts, Bran, C, S, Meal, Scratch Feed, Wheat: In fa


a, Fla.

s I


S30 pound


a -

ict we have



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4. ~ ~" .6 6',


T~~. CinWum
win. em ad an mdo
Mud and sun ManUsm

Ass Sprone Oboe&d earned
sws a aI! a& Other v: .;'
able intpeietnts efmpk-7kOI
9by ph.isciass in t;.- 6*%-
mo~st of bleooad &&4 &n dis,






--. and Personal ':H.NV \v if > Wi,
-ah,"ai and Pesona Dr. H. W. Henry. is t):
--'h<.t froin Marion ('0,ty \wN)o rf. a
Mr W. M. Gist of Mclntosh was inl tt-nling the Conft-,!-rate r'--ii:ou -I:
Ocala Monday. Birmingham.

Mrs. Sue Feastor of Micanopy i: Young Mr. S:\vage hadl tl,!- iiisfor-
visiting her sister. Mrs. T. M. Moor.,'. Tune to have one of his fin,-"#rs (,*1 ; '
a few days ago at the Savag-, ini!l.
Mr. J. C. Geiger has accepted a p neor Cornll.
i-ition with the Southern Express (Co. i s Snowd
SLittle,.Miss 'Marion Snowdt-n c(am-l
it thip city.
Sup Tuesday from D)aytona. and is i-
'. guest of her aunt. Mrs. B A. W\'.:-

Mr i.G W. Easterling of irvine* W%.-s
a Sunday visitor in Ocala, as was also
Dr. T. K. Slaughter of Levon.

Mrs. A. P. Gilmorv and children .-e-
turned home Sunday trom a pleasant
visit with friends at Oxford.

Mrs. J. M. Luckie arrived in Oca'a
Monday tromni Archer to visit h.-r
mother. Mrs. R. H. Kaiser.

Mrs. J. G. Baskin and children oo
Dunnellon are visitingg relatives at

Memrs. B. H. Norris. Joseph Shu-
ford and W. L. Ditto of this city have
gone to Birmingham, Ala., to the Con-
federate re-union.

Dr. J. N. Davis, a former citizen of
Crystal River, now of Dade City, was
in Ocala Monday, and speaks of open-
Mg a business concern here.

Miss Mary Wartmann returned l)
her borne at Citra Monday after a
short visit in Ocala with friends and

Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daught-"-
and Mrs. Jake Brown and children
have gone to lake Weir to spend th-

Mr G. A. Carmichael has gone 'o
Altoona to spend a few weeks, after
which he will go to Hot Springs. Ark..
for the benefit of his health.

Mr. T. D. Bryan and two children,
formerly of this city, passed through
Ocala Monday on their way to Grove
Park for a visit to relatives.

Mr. Rolla Keating left Tuesday or
Daytona Beach. where he will spend
Several days with his parents. From
there be will accompany his mother
on a trip to New York. Mr. Keating
will return to Ocala about the first of


Miss Mamie Taylor. on-Tad of x
Margaret Taylr. has on.-, to Na.s -
ville to attend the Pvahi'd Nor!inl; I.
Sbt left Tuesday for thai city.

Mrs. Faunce' Mc('C'ullv of .laek-, n-
ville. formerly Miss AddieC ('aptl) 'Iti i 1l
of this city, is here on a xl Jpar*mts. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. (Caippi'

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Connor's -liav.
who has been quite sick for the pas'
few days, is very much improve' .
This will be pleasant news to their

The young people of the Methodist4
church will meet at the home of Mr-.
W. W. Clyatt Thbursday night for th
purpose of organizing a missionary

Mrs. Arthur Stroud and Miss Coia
Griffin, prominent Anthony ladies, well
known in Ocala, spent Tuesday in th'
city. shopping. This was Miss Grif-
fin's first visit to Ocala since Chri.s*-
ma s.

Mrs. George MacKay and chillrf'.i
sailed Thursday tromn Jacksonvill,
to New York City. going from there
to Staten Island. where they have
rented a furnished house for the sui:i-
mer. They will remain away until
I the early fall.

A little one has recently been ad.
ded to the family circle of Mr. and
Mrs. Moxley at their home on Orange
* avenue. Mrs Moxley was formerli'.-
Miss Rena Martin of this city. and
they reMrned to Ocala from Alabama
to live a short while ago.

Miss Amanda Harris, who has beei
in Ocala for the past five month,.
left Monday for her home at Eliz' -
bethtown. Ky. Miss Harris is a cous-
in of Mesdames Mote. Hocker and Di-
..--I ->A u --" --Q i/ ^ "rk 0 n nnl Y\

METHODIST PICNIC AT STANTON park, and is more like the east thaai
ethe east is like itself. Well. Stantoi The Munroe & Choit)bliss Bao)I
Special Ccr. Ocala Banner: is a little village on Lake Weir. Stan- i
Theor ms nothing like Terming into Iton is an orange-fed bride, and the O AI :L IA
a 1;uncL and having a glorious jubilee. honeymoon zephyr fans her brow tlhA
arnd June thle best month, without livelong summer. Standsir t i. o .
a ,ioubr. for a jollitication like this. As we alighed at the station a ,i tands r the building up of this section in general, and it'
!h: .hin.- ,- },<;rtal.< of Sunrny (.ial wats re,-iv-.d froim (caia. T ; patrons in particular; for real service not overloaded with self.
a ',. ,i, ,),j'. the hnge-s ,vn )ein^: "'aPi: -Wt have hih,-bd , ri, ov.n ,t. ishness: for help in times of legitimate need.
i of, and tihe cminuo,. woo,,, d P-ost. a tr.., p;;!- d ',.i'yt .! ph)'k- Sma!] depositors and small borrowers welconmd.
,'.:'." .1'.: l.-ly dec(raT'd( with nature'r':& 1at,-< Hiav te a fi ti nr-) a* th.- ak,.
::""v. *.'. "- e'. a'! the (xofe I.- \l. y: hai a "i.. tin-- --ThelM unroe, & Chr. ambliss Bank
i,+'' "^~e -. "' r'ai h, *-l n fine- st .t- -. eann<.; .in ,v , .
i. ,,(n i .'describ the p e,1 tinm1 T aT Ia :' : INC4 Rh 'Pi)R \TEI
T1,, ", ; : j : ;i,* ',I, 'iS c he" ao'. s hol f'oiks ,li, al n t- .-r(,t on A IA. - -. - -F I )RID A
T, .41 d, .#*jtjto

;" ,,, ".-, :2,. .,' '.' Ii~t\\ ;ill.; tj(n OU T I" s of iht, w ave all ,iiv k )i_.-.. N ,.-., -t,. .
~- II~V 4'n 1. i OUT l ___f h va e fj j., \ .~___ ____ ---
.' a "v;i )h,. 1 e',,ty t -the ntire, unch w.tiit *i swi.:- DEATH COMES TO MISS TATHAM, I ODD
V. t" 'AT I, l -ll l i, 11 i .t ( ll tq.! I TIIA "1 1
.- . .. ,t. a: .. \ '
I .. ,*.:ii- ')!iL ri-(.v,.i . (!)in'iri' rht, ,lay li+v h...... +' "a2 "-- t \' l .- . L -. :- r
; ; ... . T $ 4j4- 'o l.,.thI "-' w ,lI ... ma;, .rt. l2 -. h ) i !i;-.l- it' ", ;., .'O,'ii. ;War." ti r..* t "
A, I I h I .
-r U-, ; U ',)n! i ;;. '.'. "" ,h ,, ,: p:airti. s .- ::, r ** X *.,, .,. ) ,,
.-1 :: : n! :..i;. ry () ;- '.-5( tr .tda... La. and r -w! ot s i T w.v.--e The ( )o.j. \ .;: ..t .h y l. 'i,' (: ....

"*: ,- u'". i".t h n,, -o. \ 't',n. t '< .. "'',, wVi '1 ':- ,I. I .-, ,\ iri ( ":' ; : r! hre( ;:. h on i "i;,, ',w a nu ,,, .r *"
T -at 11"
;'. }* . w, i sa h r to un! *i The ra ,.,- n Terri ;;t" ,ii.v s Wain t si-,. d r l- l' nnni n,.n la:y af- l.
o; :n ; :n .-?ni1 ;! i',i(t;.. "ph p;' n ;.t p err with th :wirn. rners and t iat!- trnoo .. a wich tim I "'1,"' r
i"l11-1 .5 !',. *', v *OU. ',n T' u day ,, < : young ))( ),i ,Iis p,.'iY old* .tp tal aisl,,n, ttl f ter aunthad p s .s !w, .., t -h..
W a .s whtrII i w.a tTh arttIhe l,,t
plin. .-h:'. or ; te! e.nv ing oiT I )t t 1 j 1a; indeed, gre'aits'. wh) ,ii't .v)ii \as av-e e;w li k h,' f :th ll mr
1il), ,." I.r, :il C. ncer) c. t hat ma i ;t1kt lsnt hl h ',rh i wviTri pui T da n l lh e s. ut i M Ts.% S. 'ila 'ih .T ,as!-, ;
th '.i J I, o Ian ;ibtir lhe" ) s arioln (I \ih .a, Ihati es. Way.f .tIayMi sTalintoll Va s Iev lra-,.lr FH,1:b
Tit,- ;ti*.m r 'il il s, flie stleiv.. The ,ake, \ W ir navy was Tusy tall whon athnid :,oI \hr wa rald atf-o l er.i hLie
henda wasa snn strJnd. dy ay. Launches anrl row boats we-o ta( chrce. He 'Weni rhy lif w( sai ).
()flo Sal uose over the rame)ar t ohfFi11id calemo .ontinnally. anid the l ake ,isn Tatham wngas igo h,-r inl. f), i \
'o.1. S i iltas w a little earlier ts an(,uv'Cd from The east TO tthe health. She was tutk- k s;(i an 'I,"o- sai
'>- I':.,.(itiI]. we % aill state here. to sniict Th greaT-.-ti merrimint was in the sidere alarming until Tohuisday af- Clos
oln en, ('hha),ron the picnickersn a< water with tha- swinmters anoI bath- fernoon. at which tioe Mrs. Schrib- Prar
ti-h ol ih. living *lay as possible. Th-a (oers Hundredls were in at a tim-. was sent for. but did not rpacih oom, 'ah
sun was e.ry joyot es on Tuesday.d t()o. yotng ( )op wel, and old people, all ages t nti aft he r ant hal pass. away. the P
\tv (cannot say whether it was tin T Thr. ani th. ha(r ;t roat o.i Taham's ah cai a spend
p hici. lunch or the ending of his trip i T ni- indet. great shock, las very ifw knl w n f c thr c recia
it ilit Tropie of Cancer that male A-s thl. l)ont-l)ound Train pulled in illness until Thursday night, was lI
him snilo so and bathe Marion wit'i Valmore hzlar. Chartles Woods. iClaude .iB s Tathamec w ias a ery of(vablte w br
his -tifol l n r a'rys in such fine style. Haycraft Wilbur Countd-. Thomas woman, and hers was a noble Chris- The
SThk day was a sunny June flay. Barnes and Charless rabham sang tian character. Heitr entire life was and )
sFaori,!a bnows c ow to serve them- with clear voice. "Get on Board. Lil-l gi
he"roaioftropclw tonderves i--i fetelhsad enit-spent in doing good and imanifested pin .lyente
.luin.-Tifr hlas so sweet an sftannt tle Children.'" others along life's rugedi path. anifl Aft
,po:"Wan:. The sun was setting when we rol- she was never happy save when <.e- gation
Au l i .ir" la ied te couctor, out of the Stanton yards home, ing some noble act or making plans decora
-che-a l- Fwholi cKing crossing," to the ward iound, anl at the last moment for the betterment of humanity. To fragra
;iatnan, a;:d "-pull out", to his engi- abe\o\ water, Old Sol looked as big a! name her was to praise her and !o
iir. wer, Ihe next orders. and as bthe art wheel, antd waMs as r in the oy her was to love her. MR.

stately heads, the fliagesofroaksnandeilness her was buslyvepreprin. r is
train o',.ie., out the conductor caution- face as those of our party who were Perhaps Miss Tatham's greatest
h+d ih enainf-(r as to speed, for our sun-burnt. All eyes were looking charm was the lovely influence whtch
sa)ty swest at the sight-the setting sun Ca. he had over the children of rceala. The
Out iln he country and bowling Lake Weir. until he was down and out. Several years ago she organized a Allred
al y w.ewethwrird we came face to face Wep had a clear track, so it was no Band of Mercy. to which many of the will b
with hbaautiful IMarion-the country time ere we shot past Candler, Okla- children of the city belonged. She so such ,
back of o vur town, the cream of th, waha, Oak Hurst, over the far-out interested the little ones, and many new h
salad bowl county. As we sped u111) ard roads and then into Ocala. ar- of the oer ones as well, tt a gret On
the "'rcad of tropical wonders"-A. .'. riving after the lights had been light- teal of interest was manifested in the elected
l.-through this beautiful land, to us ed. Band of Mercy, and it is a beautiful first b
cate wits own voice on a whiff of It would have taken us the whole monument to her memory. For one Globe

wholesect on frm Oca todaystohaslbeen senaesofalnl 25w .5,~ihut~b edi oigmmr.Sewsigm
ozone: "We knew you would pass this da to collect the names of all who f her age she was remarkably active people
way today, so we put on our bet went on this picnic; and as everyone and retained a wonderful control of all ago. a
summer suit" ran around on the playground so, t the factulties of a pure and lovely appoint
The whole country around bade us was impossible to note them on our mind. At the time that s he was trick-Iors of
welcome. The pines nodded their book. CHATTEN CHUM. en by the hand of God with her last licans.
stately huads, the foliage of oaks and RA ATA PE I i illness she was busily preparing a pro- first u
hickory waved, the birds of many gram for a special service that the cratic,
plumage sang their merriest, and thC ILRN Band of Mercy were to have held at subord
farmers "helloed." Her we o ri ha s Grace church this (Whit Sunday) af- all der
Truly we were speeding through :% Recwptas ot Florda cantaloupes f ernoon. She was full of enthusiasm Mr.
this week have been very heavv,
country of love for its fellow mann its 'ling o bte n over this service, as were the children city al
betterhalf. sweethearts antd beaux. amountsicg to b ee thween and it crc. as well. portan
And as we sped on through this vast For Floriada cantaloupes the fruit is Along all line sot charitable work ldentil
region to hf south beyond Ocala. i a the n iss Tatham will always home.
-h w the l into a dreyo n extra good demand. The best fruit the name
the writer fell into a dream: "This be held in loving memor.- She was ing m(
whole section from Ocala to East has been sellig $2.25 2.0 it h a "noble woman with a price far above The
Lake was an immense farm covered poor- stock going at $1.50@2. The ^ .
with irrigation plants. The irriga- season in Florida this yea is shrt; The deceased had lived in Oeala sieakt
tion was perfect, and the land was tan usual In te day,^ so advice for ten years or more, having come to praise,
overflowing with vegetables and from there stte te> crop wil be this city from Lake county with the wetghl
fruits and flowers." through. Most ef the cantaloupes ar- '^ ^
brougt uI aoe!u feet wth, condurchor ll one-hrd shrtof last yar' lisb woman by birth and bore a strik- know
bruhWstoorfe ithin a lurch bre spc the' trai yihl in a g resemblance to the photographs of didly i
Within ~~~~~~~ ~ h a eybifsaeth ri l ate Queen Victoria, whose mere- Mr.
drew up and stopped, without even CHILDREN'S SERVICES or" she held in great veneration. She jor an
throwing out a line. Here we exchang- ___had reared Mrs. Schreiber and wasn asI still rn
ed greetings with Lake Weir for .t Sunday was the day set apart for a mother to her, and her death, will welfare
few moments, The holding of the annual children's be very keenly felt by her devote?! a visl(
Lake Weir is quite a little ocean. IT dlay services at the Methodist church relatives. Miss Tatham was very-

gets pretty rough and squally there of Ocala. and the day was celebrated nearly eighty years of age.
sometimes and then the lake navy has in a most appropriate manner. Th," "Give her of the fruit in her hands
to be very carefully guarded, ohburch had been nrettilv decorated and let her own works praise her in PA


S. ..". ti 'h, n- I d. p' hendl.nt
!"' ),.; I' lh.< ll,) f < '.ilAi hel4l

aL I" ilt' ,I r. at

0 fil vl

1',' .1fitN

i D:'. t-) lt '.'l ltr, thrui--M,
r l.. .S,'
I- I r I. f' i t l4h k
r. s%- IIr ', h I Ihlt
i- M rs "'. !I. l,)hnson
,;inig 4**rornh).
y-r- -(Chaplain
adidre,-' by Dr % V! ftdge of
r,.-'yt-riaD htirch. was a very
!idl ofn and was very much ap
t. 41 b,. his hearers, as well an
Ir little's eulogy of the ,lepart-
othe'rs of the kxdge.
solos by Mrs. T. H Johnbaon
r. I. F. Blalock were also great-
r th, servi-e.s at the hall del-
s went to the cemeteries to
ite the graves of the dead with.
nt flowers.


host ef friends of Mr. Neill M.
in Ocala and all over the state
e very much gratified to bor
splendid reports of him from h bi
lome at Globe. Arizona.
the twenty-fifth of May he was
d city attorney for OG)be on the
allot, receiving a vote of 6 to 1.
is a new city of fifteen thoualt
* It was incorporated a year
nd the first set of ocers w
mted by the board of supris
the county, and were all repub-
But at the recent election, the
inder the new charter, a den&
council, city attorney, and the
linate city officers elected were
Allred's election to the office of
attorney gives him a splendid o p
nity to become more closel
fled with the people of his mnew
with whom he is dally becom-
ore and more popular.
Daily Arizona Silver Belt gives
llred a spindid write-up, aId
8 of him in terms of highbo
. He is rapidly making thb
t of his inauence felt In his w
and all of Ocala rejoiesW to
that he is sucmeeding so sple-
in the west

Allred and his family and MU
d Mrs. Hubbard are all well a4
retain a very deep interest in the
e of Ocala, and hope to pay W
t at no distant date.
,... .:





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I lk I I

7 ;01!li IIEIEL

a& a jprotest agaitusi such low politi
cal tricks.
We hear no mor ( compplaints oz idr
weather. Crops art. doing nicely an.
our farmers are lvo'.tu.

No More Catarrh

YIhm D *,nfficp f'runsto-e n.WilliNot Al-


ipp~Ing Season Over-Good Prices
ObIawnd-An Old Veteran Passes
Away-A Word About the Coming
Redick. Fla., June 5. 190S.
Special ('or. Ocala Banner:
The shipping season has been bri.f
S tbhs year owing to unfavorable conli-
tions of the weather. S. C. Mayo ship-
S pod his last car on the Ith inAt.. ma-<
Iag lh ears in all from 7"
aeres. We understand thp prices r-
eelved were satisfactory. ranging
I from S(M. to $121'1 per car f o. h.. all
beicg sold at the packin hoL,,e. If on,-
can obtain a reasonable price that i.
always best. We saw a lot of canla-
loupes rhippe'd by express being loa l-
ed a few days ago. and from th, wa-
they were handled and the frail con-
dlUon of the crates, we thought i;
very likely that the crates wo:ld :i'l
be destroyed before reaching th,-:r
destinat ion
Tomatoes are going forward iI 'i
hurry, but the quality is not as gooil
this year as usual, nor the yield a-
Mr. R. M. Fife. of whose illness w.*
wrote two weks ago, died on the 26th
ult., and was buried in the Millwoo,.
cemetery. The old veterans are ra.
idly answering to the last roll call.
Well, a few days more and the
econd primary will be here and then
the agony will be over, and as many
will beave a sigh of disappointment
an of relief.
But bow are we to decide who are
te men we should vote for? There is
o muMch'crimination and recrimina
tso., so many accusations and expla.,
hss so many goods things said of
ch man by his friends and so many
bad things by his opponents, how cin
the ordinary man who knows little ci
nothing about the candidates personal
ly decide intelligently who to vote
for?. He can't; that's all. We should
Inform ourselves as best we can, an
then vote for the men we think will
give us the best service. But luckily
they are nearly all pretty good. reli
ble fellows, so if our men are not
elected the. chariot of state will kee;
rolling on
There is one thing. though. that .-,
ery man who goes to the polls s-hoiil
guard against. Just a day or two iw-
fore, or maybe on election day whn
too late for the accused to ,t'f en'.
himself, you will hear slanders "-r
evil reports of some of the candidate ;
something you never heard before .:c
If you should hear anything of thi:
kind don't allow it to have any influ
eawe over your ballot, for that is the
object of these slanderous tales w<
always hear just on the eve of a pni
mar'. election. You can always *1a
pead upon such reports being false. I'
they were true those interesting ir
circulating them would not have wat
ed so long; or. if you are influence,
at all. vote for the man thus ill-use.t


In 'o-2'" ('4)Iit' ho't; '.7't hl- trx
w~hon h'' v a'- I'uI III 1_'I)1 '"*liV.
lsmoe~!ni)- Br ovr)\ d al --"r ''l 1

ac-o Of T11o Jlj.iii-.. thatli.x "':e ter

ben :i: iltl'.. ~*)4j t 4)1 a.- o -it 1' i 0?
1 tot*

lbw ;t to Exist in Oca~a- aIi.iu .''vT''a'. hi.:-er*:


the Former is Elected, he Will V W E K IW A
Represent All the People in a
Practical Manner


The Rentz Railroad and Lumber Corn-
pany Changing the Aspect of
Things in the Old Fort
McCoy Neighborhood
Special Cor. Ocaal Banner.
On account of making some chant-
ei in h wori,. h- For' M ,Co, Tar-
l-ntint, "on >ian:. ha .- s ull ,iti-x[
i their ri- or'. u,) w iu ., ,,)n :)t, ahi t- i
I start up and rl-, on full :inpi,. Tn-.y
lca'e n aitr ' th- !i, 1 n.' pliit
i last wt-k by ir', b. S1ll)),s"i to haT.
1he 0,n t.- work of an ijt'ciidiary.
The- RenTz LImlnitr ('oili'.. :,ni ,-
the spervision of M r. Pier-, i :r)
ing lhuad rapidly bi;il',ting shantie--.
with: thire ganr.'s of carpnr-.. c
work on hei Thley are al.,', gra'Lnr
land p1,tifnlL iU, .Jpur> 1,j T,... liii: anl
coni:i~- -: h'l ie siit r tor 1lil
ihai a .-'-i. 1, atc.,i and 'ortlV a('! -
S\('y(i ail, lai1 ofl f into nii.- .-iz- a To.% n
r lots. ani things begin ,io ;o ', I,:.''
I..,-l thing wrn.]: e '1o n<' rO'Aa. ', A i
,j 'uilli:ing the. iong taik ,, i ,, "o 1. \
S| rat i nialy :-'rag-rrs art. h'.:'. an;l
tlih- ,lenianl for a hoarding tiou-e ha
beconime so great that rnumors. are afloat
of one being built.
The company say that a: ,oon a -
the new mill starts tha the big mill
at Silver Springs will be taken down
and moved here, too.
Mr. M. L. McQuaig ha6 the material
on the ground and has commence
the erection of a commodious store
t building in one of the prominent
streets of the new town.
Messrs. Hodges & O'Hara were here
last week looking over their new still
and retort.
After being without a pastor for
r s6me time. the Baptist ch-urch he:-
has called Rev. John W. Thompson
for the balance of the a-sociational
year. Preaching on the fourth Sum,-
day in each month.
Dr. J. (; Parramore and family. who
have been visiting relatives at Vi"-
toria. in -range county, for --veral
weeks, hav r-eturned hom,.
Mr. \V. A McQuaiz left :f'r-' ia.-t
Friday to % WilningTon', N .' h' .....
he will stay the, renainfi.- of th ye.-
wih li::.- chil-iren.
I Mr. P V. Mkililar. 'ii :,'., f'o,
S r rI .d-a TO Anth!,)nyV at- )soon. h -' (ail
i, n a ;t. + ,i i s p ,, r i s: n ' .
er effect
Naxal tro- w [l*ehi -a -" "h ': art
Sput hard to it to) mak-' enis n ite',
inlg to, ?h,. ,i+,}n!-ssion ,of Tt-+ }i>'.".'e o;.
The directorss of r'a,. r .-n ,.!"'
ciation ili -sol n Iiee' t,>) l),,,'t.,C! I'-
ran1eli, 1.- for rhe annual har(ec'u
which i* to l1e on the 1Tth of .TI:1y
Mr andl Mrs H. B Camron ot V\ai-
dosta. (:a.. are visiting Mr- 4'amr,)n-
parent> at this ti:ir-. Mr. :in.! Mrs. .1.
W. Stever
Gentle showed's are fa'.ins; d.i:i'.. 1.)
I the delight of ,,vero,,-






: ; t':;.r-: is h. .. ,, l *wnly ,n.'ist r.t d..-rn-
** i % ,, a i;!-Ai jtt f.or 1 fil t j a i :i-
** i'f!f,'. !.f 'M a*. o tf M aris iOUI
:, :: *.fi- t,. i if t f et tla

I ,. "" 'r ." 4,,t 4-,,n ,,f hi 'I; t yIrdtlu :! -
1* \, *. '.-.- If *-,n .n him to Talli-
i. .. ;.. .. ,,- .l: i,>.!i ..a1c rl ,,f;ti a-r l n0 1 -

" ; .'-" ,, r 'i.--r I H +Ii- j.1 h i r-"
i- i!>'>i. ;'-i.l~tti Tin j{ i. j ii.. a.~
< -,-."i'>u ." Light f'-r jus, an O
It. ** !-;... ii. )'11i., hbut has a trivv id
\ ,-:. f it,- a" iplicat'ion atffh -cting all
ti .-'; ~4,,t ,ifl\- <'f ,his county, hu't
T!. -:a **. If yo' N 4end him i to Talla-
"i or* ti. ili itgislate 'r t for an in-
* : *,r r -, ii.--. l)but th.' I, eup ,l ir-
i i ^p *'\w Mr. Iru'1hl -av- A:(! is a farmer an'l
"-." b: 4,.t" 1, +'j4 I ),tlas t,, he, ;o ,,rbf
,1 ', i ."i,. : ,, :ii i.- rat. kn, Th r11"

I. i- ',;;rti.-a 1i111 r!', prartiaii l rot-
It -ii.1i.1 r 44 iii in ju.A>t aI ad l- .4 l M "
< n -.- .*' ,) ~t'. tallk.- t,- thi,:-m rn-<>r+
a^ 1 ; 'at V c< 4 !;(Il~ i -, j ln# kni owv.- ;itort',
:i t,:t 1 .,i 1;i t 1ann Mr. Light po,).sibly
, ':li H;- t',in,-.- brings him inore-
it. dii.ct t'o.ta, w IthI th- fartnet-r.s.
ri z ),,) ,i -. t:.a.. i.- p -,,s'ib for M r.
pFor i -not a.s a candi-
(tat-. but as a journalist, a neighbor
anri fellow citizen. Mr. Bittinger has
tr.-t-rs.4I Marion county, meeting and
greeting the farmer, the merchant, the
nrchanic, the miner, the lumber man.
..n,< the man of every other calling.
being told of their conditions, their
h p-rs and their fears, and telling them
again to their neighbors in the next
community. and their fellow citizens

Delightfully Cool and Shady Grounds Ample Ac:ommodations

on the other side of the county, and
he challenges not only Light, but any I
other man. to prove, that he knows SPECIAL RATES OVER S. A. I
any mort about the people of Marion
than Bittinger If elected, he will do FOR ANY
al! in his power for the interests of
!,I:- constituents. It must be reme- W E I II
ht-rd that there are a hundred men V KIW O SRPI NGS CO.,
it, th,- 'Florida legislature, and it hlia..s
VT-, i!'o",\-!: rtim'1 andi time again that ------
lit \vin s ,o1- in to an ass ,,m b ly ;of that ... . ..... ..
i ki,,i \v:ti. rash and radical schtemes
1i) '-f.,r ;t rr,, aii aain-t hinm se-lf the I I I

v -,v. th work of legi-larin. e Have Made Suits to Ord
.; I p'>i,,, f. r go mid. a. ndj.
*i'..k-,.- is i~l ,*' 'r i ,f anything l harm -

71:*4hN- ~t itU4ll. bt-calr. hlisgeT he G reat So 1'1i~-
*;, f.r l'-i, .-. ith: inl Tivht. l)eC;talS, his U f G
. .. tr. a r ; ? ,;at1 %r hl),tfl in. th.i T I
I. 'i' \;x :T th.,s- 1, ;a .I. bity o_ __f_ _ j ust_ _
I ** -i --* I. I l)-flat fl it 40 t t r- 1prt. -
-,i,'!,i, ',, ; mf.lht's '",,l'rk 1in MAiL ORDERSin
S' .' ;-.,,>\ r.r tli,.n- interest-, instead MAIL ORDERS 'P ^p fiu ,^ ,-
.',,. fi.-, '.v .il \,,t,' f,.r Bitiih .,r. j be l11^- nius" br l'ndtirl-' >Tn,i that he j1,.- n, t ac(ctuse C an l fi 'll ju t b
In oilr .inluari
tii. f '. .li.hnest. on the as satiskfactry as ot! .iauur
..r:.ry :.'. s himi porf.-ct sincer- s ver l ..i hu ,.- imply 4iluled hin- the aken '. ,, f,,r r!
.. vi,; i,,','.x\n, h.. can. if electedt, right in our Storet Jacks'nvil!i- ;t!
,'-Kiii-. ,,ut ,!- iiias f*," t !.iO b -tterm +ent F l,,r il a
',t thit. 't ",'i ir '-r,.-ts Practi.'al! W R ITE ri
; t t I' ,t; -er: I jit -t's iide as i'n. 1 h e tl,,S'- It
; ,":,,c i, 't-,ih ..j F O RI- in-ii.}^, tht I';' ,M ^ i
\Vi*h thos,- ,pinin-.s ab, t the tilt is- e t
;. t:\ ," U si tu tio, Mr. Sitting. ask- '
fo ,h* Jtr lt+;t


I? h-. advocacy ,of .lohn Stockoai l e
Tor governor proploses,, rost its case A iwl
with the people upon ia shameful isent t( vou at OnC:e '
ant mnanifestly false statonients nillad',
.ti its a ti'itriseni flnts lianfa _tini frof i /
;Talliahasse. his nianagers an illress- -
ac,.it hay.- a :nistakin itpa of thfj.i
,; Nt' n,^ ?he' i). ,! 4f F lo ri ,l.t.
I, 111a I i. ,.nit for .'he office, of;" THE LEADING MERCHANT
', riIor I > -( al'lSt' L, "c'he ed P ".t-
riit-" l'.Lii. hol,.,hg a for-mer office.
;iT s ahour time for us to quit the i, ---
I I'.ss of selectin,.i public s'\rvants an ,I As far as we have been able to '-

n e re i i( n o i t"< ol a ia r rt i 11 1i llI 0k 4t ' \ + li 1- 1 ,,'- k 1 1 :.- i",ra
~~Ocala/t si.vs tfhe,- 'l ,Usto uit- Drrnto;"I.e1 .:a ofak iI:I the Lamar and Beard vote in Brad-
Ocala,",s theSPostoffie,,Drug-tor k11111in T I) l of eljils to run ,)ur -. i n to Fletcher. R,-
"If people will only observe the la, show ha i -..' railroai- ha val ford coit is oin to Fletcher. R-
of Commonsense." c"u\to1111Ij!Ii.' lan t..i-Talt t e' ofI
ommosense.",h nThe sort of cazapaign matter hand- t 1,r has it that this is the case l)rPty
The great success of H.omei ill tio. nit'O o 'h^ p i, .-.;lt:inil, io e t- i m b pit e a t o
tment of catarrhal troubles is r- vorah!to o h .t, Yie, iln *he iac.. d oult by theL IL-Engle "boost bureau imu'ich al over the state. ani1 t tow
ttment of catarrhl troubles is re- is mendacious and disreputable in tho aplwears that Mr. Fletcher will wi.
Ispasible for this statement of th,- of these ple s. the oveonr trcn;- few instances where it is not sill the nomination for United Stts s-
-*'w . .. . ~~~few ins-tances where it is not sill% -^nmntintrin-as~t .
Ptofflice Drugstore's. Such is the lv efftectiedt a compromiseis" with t-n .. -oo safe maorit Bro.
quick relief and permanent cure from I.. N railroad andi tihe Wisntr l.anil an d ustin.-Tampa Evening; ator by a o safe Flajri Bro
this treatment that they sell it und- rCompan.v. whereby this railroad and;' primary was only 1SiO. and the caim-
an ahute guarantee to refund the land -o,,mlpa''. O.. four hundred< an.i A trainload of railroad ties arrive.1 bined vote of L.amar and Beard -v-
umney if it does not do all that is for, y -hous.anti i 40....1o, acr,'s of !ant.i e vrt
f nr0 "er yester, lay morning from the 17.,,10. There is plnt ,,of roomll it
Claimed for it. and arl. a ,north, and later on was sent out for' that for Fletcher to win out with
Hyomei is different from all oth-" lars in cash Believin tha th* s- iie ppose of distributing the ti majoit o several Iousan and i-
,thi: purpose of distirbuting the ti-.s I majority of several, thousands andtii
teatments or medicines for catarrhal muiist in the S he aniciated t rro north of this cit friends are conide tha he will ,.
along the xrailroad1 north of this, city. I friends are confident ta owl
trouble' It follows nature's plan for actioP o: fih, courts- andl gave th- n the train were twenty-six carloadsj so His gains in Duval anl Hillsbo,-
curing diseases of the throat ant corinor:ation- about ,o-eryvthin: th'which made a very long string. Th. ouh counties alone wil! more hn
Insur n Kh-rin inr hhaalinn n mo tie Rtin a i.skeo r f" Po" -ffocerimp' this mli t.'-,. ..- -. .. .




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Railroad Commissioner.

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Pure Water e Nature's Health Resort .- Contamination Impossible





Pr. ,








Miami. Fla., June %. 190S.
Dear Friend-"The coming primary
of Juno 16th is full of intense interest sf.t 10 I
to every man. woman and child n i THE WtESoTERN UNION TEXT-E
Florida It is so fraught with good! INCORPC'RATE0
and evil consequenees.- D(ar. good)l 24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. .CA.....S ..
ladi-t. we have nfver se-n an electi-.i ldi1opsnyTRA'SMITS.ri TI rl.'e. ,w cr'--n c ndir.. m' : .' .
That It not sol described. W e ha,. E ror can be guanl a8 a -nwst t(. -I -.,: aT n'., I'. t, n, .. .. -- ... f. ", ,.
Int n -inv =s5onord( .i-a t ,'r ,., .' -. ..',.,: .L a.' a.-: I . ; . .. -
a v ivid ro-collectionl 4,f The Wlec ion atler ,e &. 'I: f.k'e ri, tte .' " .
1".', The politicians.- aid that it w t.:Ir T isa.- .N I oZA kI3 _- -: -"" .. '
R {< ...'* L L-'.:,' 1''i ( * - -"C L"
frius .ht with tho most mflofn(toIn c('(fn-! .........
'..-ou1xi't'.S. and so it was. Every v!-
,ion sine thfn ha, t,,..-n ir.u RECEIVr')D : C 'r. 32 ; 31, -,
ly io.' -is; the f- ost i:nloortan T.* ail! V- C!V
is- tIaught v rh p(d l'! and (v'il k 1 -; o 3 I'** __4 d--A am.4I4- -0sa ..i
Q li ^*'l('' )
in inv' sidle i., th, whis-k x *
n -nt. %:th all it stanLs t fr in it- ,'-i ."-Z 2 .
't-nc(-:. for e-vil Gainin vo'(,s '.
nrickf.rr. by lie- and misr .pre+n ,-
tkns They have no fear of God. O'i
the other side the good. law an d r- lion. ) U Il2t.C-zr
d&r-loving people are working to ele
good men. who will help them to abo-! J.": .4l ,,
ish the greatest evil in the world .
God is with them. and victory muszt
^ ^ Je' ," Slncerely ^ h ycu B-.ecass will &e-
come.'"IDear. good ladies. in all el,- j Since rely w;i eh (.A CJi 85 will ar
Oons this is always the cry. All vir-
tue. all morality, all goodness and ail! JO
truth is on "our side," and all bast--
meIs. pollution and immorality is ( :
the **other side." In the election of
1860 the north threw the whole vo-
cabulary of bad words at the sou;h
and the south replied in kind. Tho
records of the lives of Albert W. Gil-
chrtist and Duncan U. Fletcher do not
show that they have been bound t MONEY TRANFERRED BY T
the cohorts of evil. Indeed, their
lives are such that ought to be trea.-
urrd with reverence in every C'hri,.-
tlan home. Their lives have be-.i
(n the- side of temperance and the poo-
pl- of ;xod. Why this outcry against ----- -. - -.
th.rt; \hWet irickery have they re- ic executive conmmitr,'s? O,'ti t ii:,. , i : 1->. .ndl \vhich is now Mr. J. B. Sr
r o W hait lies have the y toi'? breaking his pit-.1i, ;isi ,. T !>,;,; 1le,; .. !i -i; ,hini the times. in the city. H
When stories (t this kind are told ih.j loyal to the primary system., what dii This 'll v. s ?h1V <-ca-italization (f Variety Stor-
%oters itey ;Int th"' same lolster? uitet! States to b!
up with h+- l r,.o *"--,y den'andi th, ors failed to do? Messrs. Broward adl $1 1.,.-- .7,. However, as there is M:s l.-gie
tact. I Stockton have been in politics in I),i- inc!u,!-d, in this total the, figures for Blitchton yst
*You may iw a marn 'ho \otts as val county for many years. I'nd ,'r stoc!. anl! ihonds or other roads held l)r. S. H. Blit(
he pray.-w- c hopl- .o. Remember i their domination and control were th, ,y ('cei-taHill railroad companies, there
that one day 3or n'ust give an account' politics of that county purified an is consi,' able dluplication of figure;. t<-ring aitdl 0
to Gtl tor your sio hardship. Vote ;ls exalted'. Was not Governor Browari. and iin t)loder to obtain a just esti- against th,' ra
you would if you kn'w it were your wHile sheriff. remnioved from office for matt, ,f railroad capitalization it is harml-ss fdr
last vote. Please ote for J. N. ". failure to perform the duties of nis necessary to exclude the securities Manufacturfr'
Stockton. He has stood before the office? Why should 'Christian people ihus ov .e people of Florida for thirty vtyears a vote for him rather than Duncan C'. which t I!f n, capitalization is found Mr. and Mr
strong, clean, upright, able. courav- Fletcher? Why should the good wo- to he $11.:7:1.940.6t49. spending a tev
e uIs man. Strong for people's rights men of Florida take part in this elec- To he sure a sum between eleven for the benefit
ad ood principles. A saft man-a tion and help blast th1 reputation of an- a half and twelve billion dollars health
Ima we can be proud of as governor, two reputable citizens whose home is so enormous that the skeptical may
The whiskey element have always lives are gentle and pure. and wlho'e decline to accept unquestioned the PS- Mrs. Richa
togbht him. He needs no stronger efn- public records are without spot o,. seri(,n that the railroads could not turned home
does t'" tDear, good ladies. Mr blemish?-Editor Ocala Banner.) be duplicated for it. But it figures out where she has
Stockton has been in politics for a at $5t4.421 per mile of line, or 36,910 for the benefli
long time. but it is not of record that; CAPITALIZATION OF OUR RAIL- per mile of track, which latter in-,o
he ever took part in a prohibition con- ROADS eludes second, third, fourth and other, very ill. Fo
test until he became a candidate tor additional tracks, besides yard tracksI I.,..

governor. He never took part in vnv1 A most familiar topic with the dem- and .idings, this notwithstanding that
local option fight against the sale if 1agogue who likes to attack corpora- from 1,nS9 to 1905, inclusive, the corn-
liquors. The record of his opponent i tions is the capitalization of our rail- panic, spent out of income for permai-
is along different lines. The oale of road companies. He loves to talk nenlt improvements, $264,885,472, of
whiskey has long since been prohibit-iabout watered stock and of dividends which considerable more than $20.-
e4 in his county and its prohibit n :thereon. or he points to the great to- 0(I0.4,$141 were spent in the seven years
was brought about largely through tal of dollars represented in the a- from the beginning of 1S99 to the end
his influence. He spoke against it gregate stock issue and bonded debt of 1905. But to appreciate what this
and voted against it. He voted as hol par value), and ridicules even the capitalization per mile means, it is
prayed. What could he have done suggestion that the railroad proper- necessary to compare it with the cap-
more? General Gilchrist and Mr. i ties could be worth anything like italization of railroads in other coun-
Stockton were both members of the!that. It is a very useful subject to tries having lines equal to ours. W-
legislature. Read the record of ith b-im. firstly because it is nearly al- thus final iu a late publication capital-
one and then of the other on the ways popular to attack something bi. ization per mile as follows: United
question of prohibition. Mr. Stock- and his hearers are pretty sure to 'n- I Kingdom wGreat Britain and Ireland1,
the 1wrforFrance, $and.S71 Germany
ton was silent as to where he stovl. joy the iertorlnance and. second .. France. $.1 Germany
Not so with Mr Gilchrist. There wa;; because railroad stati.,ics t-en ima.-,e $.12".4)5: Austria. $108.443: Itaiv.
no guessing as to where he stood. He are so bulky that he runs ver\ little $11 .1,4" Russia in Europe, $94,4304:
stood where he had stood in his own risk of encointering among his auii- ('anadla. $62.4oi'.
county. He voted with those who fa- tors someone sufficiently familiar with Contrast these high figures with
vored the measure. Why should you them to put awkward questions. Bnt the figures of the unitedd States-$54,-
dear. good women join in the hue an't should he e'er be confronted by sueh 421 per mile of line-and it is sufii-
cr of erucifying a man in the ver. an individual he tould l oubtless cient to silence the most carping cri:-
knme of hit friends" You have bee,' surprised by having briefly set before iC of our railroad companies. But in

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a!t-n of'a. (Ia.. ;.
t, waS tforni-rly with th-

BiItrcl was in ;iro i
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vercapitalization levelo.d
ilroads dissolve and fall
short of their mark.-
s Record.

rs. C. R. Hendricks aro
w weeks at Salt Springs
it of Mr. Hendrick'%

rd McConathy has r,*-
from Hampton Springs,
Been for several weeks
t of her health.

E. Cole continues to be
r several days his con-
ite serious, but for th,
wo he has been Improv-

Mr. B. J. Cuivernouse continues to
be critically ill at his home in the
fourth ward. Mrs. Culverhouse is also
quite sick with fever.

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norton. well
known St. Petersburg residents, are
on a vicit to Ocala friends and re;:i-

Mr. L. M. Johnson. editor ot th
Leesburg Commercial, was in the civ
yesterday, having come ip with th<
L.eesburg 1)aehall teanim To wiT1;.h
I the game.

The Baptist Witness ottffic- has be '.i
moved from Arcadia to l.akeland. Th,
paper will continue to be printed at
Arcadia but the editor will reside ;at
1 Lakieland aflnd ths- itffle 'w ill


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land yest-r l q, ', nik.- !,.1r hoint 1i ti h th:.t f -A e 6 4 gt1 i lirn Ai 4 Illl t v
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employee of the -Thoes Za,'h:". 'im trig in 'oNg iil n.-ar h.- loft ls
pany. and his iren!.s are t cugra t f'nl.,e l4>th r .e.(O.,.. IIt rral appls
lating hbin on the hir h oif little frnj the' igrandtl ,mta
lady. Wi'h 'h*o putn swc- ,b, club re 9c -
-d on Thisriulay it hold sot Abe J
Mr Harry Lipham has gone to ficult to ge t et r her a Wifil ag O.
Jacksonville to join his wife and baby It is hopd thatr th tea m will arl
who have ben there for Mvprail for regular gamw 4 lartng th' M--L
weeks with Mrs. lapham's parent'. The- half holslay swill permit 4
From there they) will go to Miami to atti.ndaner at trhe ogae The '-Utt
spend a few weeks NIth Mr Lapha.'a.4 will patrofliu the pswit If we have
parents, goil eilb., the' h be sill pJlay
ball if th.ay get tbh pnWer 6"Pot
The Confederate re-union at Bitr- 1.#t. have both
mingham was largely attended. an 1 rhs s- orv
was a very delightful week for the. I. 1hurg 1 0" i I*-1
veterans. Next year the reunion will (ocaa V S * 0 ,t o 10
be held in Memphis. Tenn (;Gen Halterir. .LoAbarl t;ilipp- a"
Clement ('. Evais was e-lected a4 (;e i <-kePr 4wala. i"ark *a&,i rw4's successor 'nipire Mr 4 r

Mr J. C HFowell of A.nth4ony nia.,e OCALA PEOPLE tAILINQ Of TO
nis a preslenlt of two ver, larKe awli APACNM
delicious wa,'ermielons .e sterdlay
which w.ere ro'r on his i;lace uie;,r 'h.. ap-.h. I c l, I&, t, lle,
Anthony. Mlr Hlowell obtained h111 terday for %r. i wort |ith a ,V-*r W
seed from California and grew t ihNe' I pMwtn,.r 1, 1-0ad iumm tblom 1M
melons for his own iie and to tgve" rman, 'Walsa iw"tA, r &a-# Mrm
to his triendts W4e 'alt testify rol Frank lkru.- i,,i( t-#a6tr ro-t

their excellence.

Tht-y am- r-flfd-r-4

of t he watter~iioloiis that we'n' towrrn'
lv grown ill hi..; i tirlty he0ors 'I,*-
,h ippi tg '.;i !!''te.- sT neit,6, m;, .'rf-

seed .111-f \ ~e~ I t) l .p 1 ti'ii
tonsivoki~# ll inhetivItur#.

q10.rI1 )l-ra I i(- -)1 #-f4 it iasrs0.'1 '1,1 .

tw their *'It)11ho'ie. UI a"aIasei to
%twillft O ho, *'now. Wr'e Io,,by C.

rwi mibin? th. II i4a V. Ok efl-v H.'1t.
'A4 %kil A Iwnos**l.A.ew4mth At le're
in %,-% Nio,r. M"O v- .'&ojms Wa
K;%a ml % % -e h~iere-n who lol! 1116

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The day Is coming wben the alli-
gator wil be as scarce in the state of
Florida as the once plentiful buffalo
am the western prairies.
The extinction of the alligator :s
asured unless steps are taken to
preserve what is left of these pictur-
esque creatures, by stringent legisla-
tive enactment.
It were a thousand pities if we con-
tinued idly to watch th slaughter
tht is daily thinning the ranks and
voiced no protest against the wanton-
e- of this destruction.
Lt it be remembered that th- alli-
gator is native to but few states In
the union, and if some interest and o'f-
fort is not made in these gulf state.-
In his behalf, be will become as cx-
Unct in a few years as the mammo'h
and mastodon.
Our state must move in the ma-
The virtues of the alligator, the ni-
bllity of character of this beloved saw-
rian. are through lack of knowl-d",-
bidden from the world at large.
It is not generally known, for \-x-
ample, that here in Punta Gornia t h,-
alligator has helped itus to solve munch
of the perplexity of the servant
problem. performing many of the d-i:-
ties of household service in a manni.r
as creditable to his Intelligence as. to
bis heart.
To the practice of many of our lead-
Ing citizens of allowing these domc--
tUcated lizzards to roam their yards
at night, unfettered and free. we at-
tribute in our town the happy absence
we enjoy of tramps, burglars. and yel-
low dogs.
As a watchdog the alligator is un:-
surpassed. His honest hark i i
enough 1o put the fear of God into th-'


The Distinguished Pensacolian Tells
Why He Asks His Friends to
Vote for Fletcher
Pens-acola. Fla.. June 6th. l, ,
Ocala Banner. Ocala. Fla .
Beari today gav, our th, followin-
"To th, Democratic Vo'ors of r ,
State- of Florida-Immediately afTe:'
the first primary I sent Mr. F1,tr'h.."
the following telegram, viz: s >in
cerely wish you success. and will as:;
my friends to support you. Some ol
the state papers have given promn.
nence to this telegram and consTrue,
it as an assumption upon my par;
that I co'll'I control th.- vote that %"-
east for 11 in Th, fir-r pri:nary for' Mr ini 'h -con,'i. In jl1tico 'i
m slt f "'' -:, l it I :hot',tl sea'^ Vh\
I s'-iv 1 'flgraui. I hav- ,1 \-v -

control' an!i an vort- fi ,- an. .,
fiCe I. however. t lr it to iw D1 % ''
to tenler my ,voi+ ani s1uppt :-'; r) ti;i
one of the two candi-ia!,'.- in tIi .
ondi primary whom I thowi-,h' iT-7
lfitttel and C(lquitip i t-) s-:-\' h- pe
I ple of Florida in the .rn'at (io: i.
UniTod Stale:-. Fr>m il:tii *v-'ar- ',
personal anfi Ipoliir'ai :Irq
wilh. hoth G,)worn.)r BrI-,: an-i .M"

Fi-ct-t~.r. I ani fi-nily c(' i-'ITI 'i Tit I' a-. lz.-o izg I
i -to of le- jrr'- 4 Fioruii t :'r1-~ h\ i ;t:A.Z )i.
#-, eit Mr. Flketclher 'o heUn. Btu, ir ri'i -1w o ~roinz b
ST*- ar s t-eat-:. and whon >oflt thf, to'l- h -'*p li know *f;ii I*e
+-gramn to 'Mr. Flotchor I w'as ac'tlate .'.Ij And ut.' z',-;n,-,.nt K~l~~i
as- Ibooeala ln in piul1ic'I I:al
fai r>-. bv what i h i' )ho for h',I,, r, q aitS -..T4
bo)ti-iftoC,*,! 01oflj\ -nativo -;t3,! C
repeat that 1I 410 n(-),a-suio> or '' A'. n,4'fl-hp rimrp,jti te -

sum, 1 iietart, to or (0~ o n
man s vote,. but I do0i\ .
T'th- ilitv of every ciT lzL .)a :
Coflzl'~! !With. his iri#:ni.- an.:nJ i>iw

hearts of all midnight prowlers, a. ,: ,, )po ;':.. : q:i..-in .- ;ni ,,n a- .,.ii,-
his affection for superfluous dogs- -s an,;. : I -o .-t, T:. y :, .,' ?., '
only equalled by his calpaci'Yv or b.- Fy-'"'l ," tV a'" ': 'i :a
nevolent assimilating thel m. ,i !'I?;. i '* :': "-;;, ..,i
It is due. perhaps. to the vii ianic' ; '" \ ,. :-, -, :. .. ':
of this honoredl srvan, th'aT 'ht 'rh ,; *'*
never tben a case of hyIroilhOhia .. '
be found among the offiei:il o',- ;t ; , ,'* 4 "
the town. .-. :
It ma' h It thaT ii4'T Fb-raL t I l; - w f'
have I*N ni I'ss toruliat,' di P' ; ,N
Gorda in thus ti-aining thte nazi!i,,i -- -
telligenrt*' of thi alligator it .' ii-W E,,-
est point of effectivenes.- iin Thi i ','; .
Beaut,fu, Wora Pa rg ob, Toa!
lie service, and it is partly in Th,, ,''u.,a,,o IrP. r A t
,...,, ,' W ats3-'- B ob I n.gerso : A '-,:st.
that other towns will eImulat, W -ia \-
.. .; Surpassea.
ample that this article is writt-e.
W e recall the expressions o s:-- ; .,,. .)- .-: ,Ht :.,> ...* : a '
prise, and astonishmen t, of ani a,. ..z,- u.!... ,- ,.;-. i'- ; "*.'
ment amounting to incredulity, \ h \\ R;, o (- l' *-
fell from the lips of visitors t, o'rr ,;.1 1" : ii town. who for the fir-t timn witneo-s ,,.z , \-iir. i- l ,,q,;!','" .i:'.. I"!4
the spectacle common on our osplan- 1)liIlinn '4)I-Liin- ) t. -, iL V' .,
ade. of the trained alligator p-rforrn- phi .;n\ 1 A.!-'\a ir .: !"', ; ;;:-
ing nurseT maid's. d,ty lvby taking Tli. tin; i" I ',n ,:,'r.- :*..i'i ,;,' --, .v
children out for an airing in Th- co.l i :.. h, !to,'h wi...' 'ii, -zr n.'
of the afternoon. ar.n> ,! Naio, IL' o ,;":,': "w-. -in i-,,
Those who have i:ever hai ,ccasio,- h,., :,u;V:!.' :'- :', in ,v,,.
to observe the devoted concentration. j tr,,{' '-",':r.,i >.- : of 'iltn'ph
of the alligator wb.n wheeling th" t rz tli, ,,,is w\i "-, t:i..;:r'mt\-
perambulator with as n many as four',,. It. .o.. ,,f ,:e or\ i- 'h a!
small boys and girls perched gailyh w -ti hrd: ii t.:n Rach1,-
on his back. have missoedl perhaps tI,,' cr.iZ for her chiir, t .'.4 "1 -L ;.
most convincing sight that could b h-j laus, ',h-y ata not.
offered as an argument in favor )f l l n,,,!- tur.e.- ';.' hat',' i's
the resctlie of this taithfuul triend tfro,.i l' o! .lanus n'," (-s c
the destruction that threatens I i- h ,{,*.,l No ,i-e i po':tt'a :":'":':
species. - -'i "
We have said enough to show IIa -' n I' '

the alligator should e' prtesrv ,,i tand
protected. Mention has been madte
of his honest bark vt. a m-oral force.
We are anxious to put an eh l 'i1 t-
traffic in which hi., honest hark ap-
pears in the form of hand lwae-s. sn;i
cases, etc.. s and w,' werliestl% ure t1 lIaT
a united effort 1, the pl i ci!3I t;' I it
of this staie b1e pll forward lo .a,'o
the alliraUtr fnron extinction -P-n,'a
Gorda Herald


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The quaintest town the sun shines oni
I Ii.- undlrneith a south-rn sun:
IT cast,, on al! a magic spell.
!That thos- who -o there know full

It Iri-:s in all rthT 1 treet between
' Th, wall of 2od ST. Auii.stine.
\ lazy lanzuor fills the soul.
- Anti haunting echoes o'er one roll
C Of Spanish customs quaint and queer.
f Of sun-browned face an-i oddi heal-
! Of many a Spani-h gyp.y qi;vun
1 ,In o'.,i jni quaint St. Aii rsin,

Si Th frT i- o011,. th gate- ar wi11,-
STh- .-ilent city rob)ei in light
The palm- grn)w 5hroai. ,h- nil-i- r,.)
S'a. a4

Th,, narrnov w riii. .--,'r. aj" ': .;
in ,unn :i <':;in' ?;' A ^.'' ;

Th-:i. "' .. if- n ~n :mo,,l-, rini -;,i,--
The- \vini~ of forrinfe -, er, hI, r, .
I *'a.,tiliaV. otlo rs .-..; t tho air.
Thth o l.r" or thi-. i .- '
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n" S- I ,i a' ':" qUainr 5: .\Uq;-'ip.-.

Over Miunroe & Chamb':s. Bink

J. E. CHACE, D. D. S.


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r~ow U SY!ST
Of MANY YEARS TO 8! T~f MS? T DCwmf 011 nn
QES1TOM ApnE'TE WA '1L&T4 An M PAKES T"! 4 '4TAD ', 1 G4OOM




Office neBc
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Havr a fuIl ;tLo(k o Otttin' 'a Cfkpt.
and BuriaIl Outfits. Steal sive' to
Burial services.
Embalming to Order


Win. F. BLACKMAN. P'-. DL)

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Standar'l Makes )f P umbng GooJs. %as E-g n,"e p,-- -, ,. 4a 0-.p
Acetylene Gas P;ants Sold ard InstI e Compete Est -rA., ,- , ov
mitted on any Work in our ,ne


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Finest Imported and Domes-
tic Clothes

M. Fishel Soys

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E are better than evr pre )parelrCt t -'urn 1i *i,
people of thi f part ,)tF ri wi,. .h. .
Jlewelrv o)ft All Kind-A. )tir 1Iml -- f t,. r.. :
Silverware, Cut (;t.i.- Novtittr,., ;.)11 I.,1 k1. Ir;,
lets, Ring., Et.. t- large and v..--i inil :d':-
seen to he appreciated(. Then ,wr


Gary B:-c "


We are constantly adding new a;-

unts. and our business is increasing at

very satisfactory rate. Possibly you aiso

ight be glad to loin us. .


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Lau tnd Personal

Mr. Sam Barco was in from Sunnv
Slope Farm Saturday.

I)etcrmin today to do your n,-igh.
bor no tcathe.

Born. to Mr. anl Mrs. W D. Har-
1nag* at Crystal River, Welnsdal.
Jure 3. a daughter.

Mrs. Arthur Masters and ,'r pr,-':y
little daughter. Claire ElizabeTh. a-
thb guests of Mrs. C. .J. Phillips.

Mrs. Charles K. Sagp and children
have gon'- to Lak- WV-ir for th-. sun-

Mr Edwkarl H1ldr has puircha.- ol
*h- 1h t in the rear of his h .ui, hr,-'
", Oklawaha av'neu-. antd will put ii
r.;,n: iwr to improv,-nions. th< ;,'e

M -. an(! Mrs. (;, f. -,uhihior i-pnt Friday wvi'h (,b a'.i
f .-n, .. Mr. Stuart :. s a pIronin. i-;
Anthany nmerchan.

Mi-' Mary Rol)-rtson ,., "', i:.;
t.a.- b,-n spEondrming ,h, pIast (r, i,
( ala witl. th, aamilit.s ,.f h r )r,, :-

____ ____ Ex-Congresman Dougherty Cites
Some Historical Data to be Ponder-
One of the most enjoyable meetings To thc Editor Ocala Banner: ome H orical Da to be nd-
of the Young Ladifs (Card Club w-< Tho work incident to the extension ed Over-Would Prohibit the Man-
that on Saturday aft:-rnoon. wh-n'o!* :hbe water main on Fort King av- ufacture of All Intoxicants
Mrs. M. J. Roes. was 7hnii. hs,. 'n has already commenced, and n Jacklsonville. F!a... Jine 2. 19iS.

She gavP her party. at rhe ihomp I
her mother. Mrs.. R. L.. Andt-rson, ir I
ente-rtainefd her" l Ws's ;n a %-rv
charming manne-r, b,-ing p!,'.
assisT,-d b% b h-i lno.h !r. 1Tr.e jiar, ;:.
library an, dining .'(,(n. -, D U!'," i
for the ;- s wh ly e-nj(oy, d irv the ulv.,,nt ,' a! T.'

ganw- rqsu'te, fd\ .'r;, To M1i-: r
glje ,n and .M r--. \.:;.n:s. an,'. :
w<.re gi",efl e-xqui-i,'-vi dahia v '",:.:- -
Frat i, ]i. n.-k, was pa.-.-,-, ":':'. t.e ""

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'ww of the fact that th- city council Hon. John N. C. Stockton. Jack-oii-
Vw.i nt;' ,onvne in regular session !n j ille. Fla.:
Tilt,- *o wt ,pon !he subject matter ot Dear Sir-TJ.. ih, bp o-p-n le--
Hi. ('cirni-Mnication. if any action is ter of !he 9th of May. is addrt-ss-, ,
l '-s,.-. r," exp) ii-nT ulndenr th- cir-rvoih. no, aa an i in'-,T-.:( ,1 ,h '. nmay -xisr. I :'-- can .'**. tf ::" *-. I :t Ii,.on to certain Florida. who a:'- ,! -nfocrar.. to:" ih,
,'' ..'. ,"':... 2; ro',s' d1 exte nsion otf nomination as their r ,nlii..' f ,

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As usual, when you want an office .
you ha%,- I)-en oioing as "'The (;ret
)Deno(-a'T,' the f'arlpss d.-fonder of
rhe p1-o)il "S ri.hts as s'an,!ing f"or
'he h riNhr- tef rhe pvi)Ile,. err. Fortii-
:ua'ly thos9 o towh',% yo'hi h'."-' beoen
ii -s, lt
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a'k" t3i.t" 11lt ad,.i( ( i", i V.- t a :t
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Perhaps No Mlic n tne Woql
Has Rfelieved ore Case f
L~ Catarrh of tte Stomaci Thai

e Svyrtor's Stomach
Catarn ArAe Hj. n,'sis After
Eating, Beiin Ga. S< rnU
of the StoUrrtn. S -K'Sh

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-^~. ,e < j. ... ..I.-e. R ,>."^ t> " ,." ....."' ,,,. **r. 1>,-1,fr the,nl som, facts of which. ",>, A L.DF .M .N <;F-n(R<,I- W F-:I, K.
J .r s 1 )l..- . l 1. a n d R ,* ". M .1. -. - :. a v .p x- r ;' i t;s f hh AU t S o t E K.
.. .. .. .n,; .., M1a:"-*T,, "l t.x,'."V :,, II L a:,' 7i.I~r(9'xl;2,t.:iv to Ijit -.,9 ir s,, *rz- 5,,nmA- of )h.'n hay,' 1171, ,,uth venth Mtre,,.t. Ixn.n -r.
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Mrs. R. L. Martin of l ake W G SO..:E GADSON'S B3G SALE "'-. ".,.1 th i.l,!.e sc Ill. .( f 'Il v ( all it. lIt, alroit ru se o have u. eruna for atarrh f T.
ieft Friday for Si. Louis. Mo.. whee:. ..' A., *,,, t9Q,, onlvy f '.r t i, w (l aprove,." som ie hav e vi- stoma,'h an( it ha helped m- nd-r-
th will spend the sinIIumIer wi'h h I .. .. ,t b,1n 1 i-,I II Th factr is rhar
1)) a th-,, ()cii lit ,,z_:! a ,- S .i,r, ,,. ', L 'itIiiii forl" (if six inch..-_;. t I,,_ n I A ',~ i l~ () i a t
daughter She will stop ,'n route ,. a Th l a s a Chonic StoaCh Trouble.I-it
9"' ;' ~ ) ':T'( 'n*he "-- dl'1, ififl tl et.=,I~~11 is at
Iau.hter. irac, ThtLh .')Tf(I"i Toit t h o !hoand ,:.:AA .*I-t A EnL, Routet
Jackgonville. Nashville and Louis i!, .ra *in ) 8, \,i., ' .. ...l. r, o h iT T s E ttt
to visit relativeos.fl a, e liei ajo. Treadway. Tenn., write
.to. vi I'- CL, 74 ... .,..j f ,hi.; middle, section oo e rhre .t
uan' a t. ,'(HFi: = "4 1':: :: 2 :,!ji '" .9< A .... ,! .! t" thi- n ti section of fin'h. 4 a1 I a tl h ni,_ n rnhers 1 i.cre l t 0 to the great 't oo,, l your m ed- icin,. ."t.runa.
\V- understand thi; Mr. \\'i! ii V iTo" n :"-[I-Y1 4fl ():'- 7". i t o' tak i out dI t is f ?he lpeislai r- favor has done f.r me in a chrAf l;. r .n t a
Sinclair has purchased The lo ,. n ,, v',v, a'v t -i.. 'a. -':,a .. .- '. iii('. ;ip,'.. If ht h e s Iti (II riosin an ;n iitndm t- atarrh f the t a h. I wnln
cornTi-r of Oklawaha a\v -, ie aii. ,,, f," ,,''".. . .- .,.* us ,,, ;tt all shou d Ilh) "')'c('(tnl i a' it .11 t '. "x urI ... to m y bd for ,('ine tlnt', and ,'ouI(i n(t
twr. <.... ..I 't t and will loV flth- Sincl.I r FraiiV ts,'i. rI ; " : 1, ,, ., n i of The li I. ; ", .t.sarv o r s sit up. I had tred e rtl th t
hon)e from its Ipr-s.,n location to t!--< *statlish ;i' .:' .' --.:..'( : ... ie :< !. ,.: ; " h,.- .. V T ,'in s tf ;p ,i i s, liit to h pt),i, l ould fi n ,nd l for c tarrh
,. I without any Tnen..ft. [ tr ,dl the t*1It
-Idpne ld lot. ai\\l -. '(th s .1 . i A . ; L "qr ,ia" ( (r1 1 1p1n it. It thA r ,,
ij,,. .* x~ 7t \ *'vi -ii 'L A*-.' 9 '',A,,..*, krh lt .. r,''i 71*~ ~ iIl, 1. I- th 1 physicians in Hancoi'k ( outiv, with
r l N -- '( 0ili Ch dt( .\ I', ;' ; i , , i.,t\ I;> ,\ *, (ia;t I l,.,! (r i Srirv t t e, 1 t- i [ i
, ar itt" o, h i little or no I,,nktit. 1 thei n tr0h. l tw )o of
M r an -. l'r 9 At, i tl aAd v oi -. Ai s ,,! Iv a !. \, A',) i 2 i') A ii ;i ( A >:l!iiion st'II-"' u !,." l r, V ut" dl r4;.9a) lltiT n l ,,'t)l i *he IN ,t phyn ,a>n *n 1[aw kin tt4 untv.
an ita a '.' i' 'i. cala 0"l ('\ 711 a i-it T l has i !a L '- a t .i is t l',, "]i, ; :. *; ,- . T, :hK.t r. I) iI.1,.< i) found t
.. ....;l ~itll!,'I,)ltIlt Il, r,((lll.Ii~lat itt &n ond th,,y we're doing nme fl good.
M rs. IPatl('i's r'(o'h.-r'. .\la>or ( ,' till i lan. \iz: L ; . *;, , ,. ..s. (' A o ())- ; i i i h I a gradually r win w r..
A Na.-h. Mrs. tialch is ,lasantiy ho has niadlt, S'.i.: .. *: ',. ,i '. *".:. .. : "' .i is us(ld for ti,' f rf;:"if.r .i;atto: f tactr, rh. "Then a friend of mine. paying tv,
known h, .-n : .Miss P,arl Na.-h. "h,. ual~v st a-idl, l, 's o" .;: ,t* ,t .*.. w.:. ..:! ',} ,, fo)iur-inl(h pip :I l,,i.sair, Io' t lo ) a' in ahc(''or, an(., handed nie on,, of your pamphlets, and
),ill he h,,r,' or- se -al ay]s. runs for doini g h-. ,Vupi:l:, S .-: -. ,, ",:',.. - 1h l1I ) ho rcnio ,' with i,,adj(oi.y t itf the rVeoiillen'ii seeing h,,w Peruna w as reIormmndedl
CI l )\Y .n l wa. ;'. ; .,,. :i ,*.: '- .. h, icn *,, tiv n atho i for catarrh, I sent to I.,er1vhlfe.
A .1. (;ill. form rlI a r.-id, ntt of Tl1-. iii.uh:s of 7.,.,., of, i 3 A, A, ( u 'it and althi-..',n Tennessee, next morning, a distance of
plae but who sob iy hon' s.'ak (l" o.)ul" intenti )i ti) ekt-'icp about fifteen mile, and proored ->me
an', ntut h. sI hi. (lvd t ." Ih. t.i astSp(cial f ..... .... j) .... Tn'^ .'9"9 -. iht hr has a- the l,'-islantu'.-, up' to its duty to iih,' of your Peruna, and began taking same
and wont smth. has inovd aain, this spmeial pri' a:' .., :, a '. :v.d thou .htful 7 I)e(,ii,'. ,'t ir is w 'i] i at uch i. according to directions, and after tktn
lime to Ocala. The mnx\ nmov4 will ing the coiini xk MIl.lN-iN (P -. ,. ,,-rani n which itsc in- th. a for h' probably b hack toinverne--- W 1 Wi- I1N. -'1111,!ifso"I continued uhsng it, until [ wa a le
,. halvly be, l~a-k to In\ rne.-.: \V 1 --- ,,.. M,,rry \\idow-s o:" help kill the fatted cat.--I ,,! :-Ns (f LA.\)IES XF( )!R ii A,,, :,Io wi ,l: "' Fi,,will'ii S ,,', ,1 1 le EX _' has scown, 1 now I am in very g d health a*d do
chronicle. in l aent ileath'-Irs chax,\- l,' .. 1far. il,-. ,: :, i ., i,. i a iiirak is i- O i tni i h iok on my farm.

E. ~v. 1)axi, of Ucala,* st i t i, ei A.'X- People who Object to IUquW Mied
I ~ a,,t y spiai? ,th, ,gsltioan xPe le hoctokld
Slo, king for TR1 NKS and al i,,- :.,, v '-,.tfull,, ecu:ix. ,e,'lar.Tn..t o 'oerri, nr in -
n..y for the fifth judicial dis'-", ..- TR.\VEI.INt, BA.;S wil ldo w 1 R. A. TF1'RFORD. o ir TRo !npy a 21 n o g %_ sate1A.(
in the city y yesterday. H e w a. '- caAl aR F l ,ok R D ,'.ou ntW civ. ai in t h s la% St at ,l 711 ,t The.! 11 :(,t ,'i,' 1 -: ,
caladlokltthose u.. & nt I F We all have to Lake theli- olitical htI11iO Ai~ht l ~uI!~
companied by. his little son.,and : ht' UA':,'v W DEATH MRS.e ROCKtFORD" *" i "t,11
were iti lel.9r,-Tan~ T ithk, B.-ZAAR %STORE, ,I.! DEATH OF MRS. CROCKFORD wnio o 'cnddtei,- heh
,guss ti -procbuits of a carnetiite as to the h' fb-.
Tribune. 'BADLY SPRAINED ANKLE CURED Irs-. P. rI-v .%. (rocjforut, formerly tr',t ilut are r t jl hA; itl "b,
S-----.- ---,-- -- .- hsIo ila Electra Russell of Elec- his l st. truggl. a aiT t pe ot 0.,,,n tor p .h,.,
Messrs. D. B. and A. I. Kitlov ,. Thr., V.ars go, ,,1 ,a ', :a t.hi ((lity. lied al Norfolk. Va., of otir own"': In 1s4, when white ,idI(cratic u ma<(y i: thi, ,a-
Holder were in Ocala Satuirday. Thv sprained h.r .k, .,, had h. nv <'"- ( nariel deniocraic supremacy was first ea-n i c .jtr
a tln-dwh -, nkaynjh atah-. -o. *- h e, w as Imarried to | y a l,' i n l w h c < ,,m t [
have bet ,spel'nding the prS1 lft" f-ering terribly for t\wo, days and nigf- Mr. ockftrd on the 3rd of Jun, tablishe,1 in all parts otf the state, you l fair ha siVav s o c
weeks in Brlels on lisinesS ait I -had not slpt a inii. Mr. Stall ectra. She is did not support all oft the nominees l establish, and the nro is ra-
also visied other Ilac's hi Europ.' ,igs of Butl.r. T.-nn.. told u f Chia- I husband on so, of the ,enlocralic party and therebvm tricall o,'linaitaei l droti state politic-
Tb*etl '(ip was a very enjoyable on. lt.rlai:n's Pain l !n. \',. .- ti lls- uri\e contribute to he result. In 1S9 ,T e, r i h,,,e n r,.
-i,.rchi bald L9eopold, agedt'(l 7, an(d one o
rty Av that night n ,t a it auht. Ohalia tMaud ad 9. Mrs. when you were elected to the legls- way to rehabilitate him politically and

Miss Sara Agnew camn In yesterday a>d bathed ht r -nklt two .or thr A daughtt r. .. age laturc from 'ouIr county *the only t
afternoon from Jacksonie and tilin. and sh w.-nt t -l-pand ha Crockfr, was :: years. 11 montils to ive him te alane powe.
nh'1goafternoon from Jodnoglhte an ht, ni ,xt1!1! ,!- a 1 ,y f n Mro timte you were evr elected to a s than by doing what you ar, ,.kng to
i .tdngtsrs.ih'nx 74it i and 2 ii a-s old. Her friendl(s in Marion
the guest of Mrs. M. C. Looney for a ilg she was much better and in a short office you were elected on an '-
few days. She is en route to Iake tini.' could walk around and had ,, CO1ity will ,leepln regret to hear of penident or ",straight out" ticket by ,acc i Bt(At ,l,-lorat i faih
ir.' trouble with her ankle.- E. M.Aher death. i Weir to visit ber father, Mr. E. \ Brumtitt. Hamtpton. Thenn. *: and -, ii the votes of the negroes. In short, yon i "oa .vif government 'rhe o1t
Agnew. and her sister. Mrs. Carsten-. ent sizs. tor sa1t. by all druggists. x BORN IN IOWA 1 against democrats nominated by : a a appcatio of al s-
--e-' MR. CARN IUTS IT "UP TO" MR. a democratic county convention. ani gornme,-" in a! the worll is l,
Mis Elve William, atr AVER ,,: f' i'tx d y 7r(, ave b, n hnu iraid defeated them with the votes of -, cal option." That we have now. .1 1
N.pending several weeks in Ocala aith .--- n ln i(l, hav u t'hauntrlainsgroes. Your majority, too, was ex , ,ish. \Vh
er'friend, Mi Mary ate'F,,reti-iIA andDl Iiarrhtila Remvdyi t
ber friend.Mis Mary Gae.itor Ocala Bann .- I ceedingly small. our political reor oe -
ed to her home at iadys Lake ?atur-o th dioo inan Ban [ r yu '. -i( , ,' fD .; After all that, now you are asking, .i,
"Idi not intend To aIn w('r .r.A:-,n, WW ,, ,, i i fri,, l,)ng txp ri-
day. Miss GatPes went down to .atA "s last artic'l' but in(., ist ftact whn inwhi.-' -enocrats tO give yot TheI high- :es f the w thie t..-'is)t'rwh onif Fl,"
lake with Miss \Villiams. having it puIblishtil. I make short Ire- iEl 'aso. Texas. the writer's lift' was est office within their gilt. I lo nf i. h -.
Spsa\,I y the prompt Ust- 'f this `r11- believe lhey will do so. I (!) not be- will ig h i a plii
a eIllY I cannot arffo ,i to 1,ublish it ,,1! \' are n'w engaged in the me-'-
The ;wiiiieal Wde a rseemnotw engaxtdId in as lii fiIA-
The rncal tide now seers to A.l tor t rel in (ol .-ant1 bu-iness at Narcossee. Fla.. li1 evf yOr wouul haxe the temerity to agaiu. \u a, at' ow. 7,1.- ytt trtt,,i ;
netd in the direction. of Albeert \V. one paper. ost it $7 So the la,-k and h iavet intrdu('. the, rm, edy hero,. ask it, except that yi x'-n-iture to as-r. '
... it h < p)r,,'ved very .sul'ce'.s~lul ant,. e orTi i t!9g. i i: '
Gilchrisi and his napoirity will be as of fnls prextts ne from akiuig a h c, ns.tilly .roig 1in favr.--t-nn s1f that. they are no' aware of the 'dvhilrion" as vnr ,. plt
great in tbe second primary as wasa B'. answer A. ThI r.-iv is foir a!t by :iI0facts citie4l above. No question tt o aI .ei.ei> i -
U-7-lo gs Af'g I If p l'rsonal character 01' of any p.Tr5()i''
BroAn's in Georgia. It begins to look Mr y ay ,a -1 t i l m j h,,ona -p; t,',,', ^ ,,,' ,: ,
like a landslide. n' nam,,. I an willing to 1eav' it to FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION ,al nature whatsoev,,r ,enters here and I Wa,9.s in'i! it! '4 i
...... ....... ...... ;.. ... .......I ;" \ ,. ---- nO W T he on ly tIlIest, S ti i -- is hie . ,. .. ,A .,. ,, ,.- .,. i ,,, 9 ;n

"l 1i., t ,-' n- . vt ,Wr v-r,-4
in tl:c *he* rfi v r .,', o iit 1c i,,l ', - *, rA. Y. 11 ar -i t *, il-oh m y
t..-tirn, it.t. antl I y h p- i tl may b
a Ke'titl -tn' ni- -"
CataTOrH of Ifta WStOOe MM
1 Mr. Fran Rt I., hu*r., f : Ftai'
r--t, \ n. nA. M ;nn writ*-*. ""
remetyv for atrrh I ta-,' |*l;oiure US
re o't 'Il Ii1le ti r. ', '' nni a f r ,'s4a rrh o, 1 ti
6tiornad'h I k.,w what It iit t, 'w ee-
flih'ted withthhint awful ttio.aa. and t a
Stider it my duty tot ay a weird la intbe
)f th0 rrnrl-dy w h wh grav<- m..* u,-h r llL
"P',runa ,*nr-ti me. an, I k,,w it wit
,'ure an v one |,0a, w ho, -iff'-r* frbm this
dmipwa*w It i % ..dy 14. it r.-at pie zirs. t,. li-
tify tA the *uratitv- C -f'et uf this i
(eI nt,.
"I'pprna rSt a well it.d aad fv-
I(tuently u-#l r'nw'ivt and fo)r ,-alMr
of the 4ttmaw'h It t uncurpeanml.
S*"My catarrh wa prinatipally lIaesad
in my head and s tuma'h. I trimil may
rmedieo without wu'C-I-. I tried sv
eral doet->ors, but they worse unaho f
Cure me. I readm of Ppruna In tbh pepW
and five btUte cur.d mr."
Almost from te first domw PeW
will relieve symptoms of *t)marbs -
tarrh. Prn"A at ,oste *harpn. tlW
Appetite, inererm twit tigetotv puWQM
aand givee,.eI strength.
ilk s SIheumi Buy ftrw"a TNN


Th.'' it-e'hfts o4f 'h. ,th )popNn*ts Ai
;,'erral f;lI'hrit ;ir,- 'lhom p ,of Isesper-i
.a' AltI'll ijn-' ,1-'. rTiiln,.j t,A ba d-

l itg In aTi'e-'il
FTor instaJi'.. ,'hev ha%+- mad-. ti
statt-ment that in 'htin county. tlJ
% h .nko" m.nit ..intri itit-Id 'arc-ly tO
th. (;ilehrist r an.ttil il n itn-1
%ir rti"nia, m %,'i.r who m .naA-
l .et rhe -;i,.hri ,nimpaign in thtu
county, has madi an affldavtt that "W
o)lio -ent was' r 'v'l,! from any *uW
)urqe'. and lMr ;ordohn K llber &be
make.s affidavit in sII ) ')f this
rh+ fact "- that i;.n.-riil ;lellbrist
is nnot the e tcni!(lItr of the- whbikey
inT*e'r"s t owr mvf o)th.r 41p-r'.Il inter-
I.,9 t .
Fi, o ppu u t vr' ,'u'-,'. fv)t il 1 ll 'Ias
of tatoe. and! is 'he* o,,l',:ri'.trv : utt of
'ihe )ti'titI0 '*, ,'I ) io hl -~t w,)r-h. an4

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ud Semi

annual Challenge Sale

Begins at

Ocala, Florida

Sale Begins Saturday June 20th at 9:30 a. m. Sale Ends Jul)

$1n I f. nnnAA Worth of new and Seasonable Merchandise, will be sold during this Sale at prices never
)10 II JI ion County, this Great Bargain Carnival will be the most talked of event ever occurred
matter of dollar and cents but it is a matter of reducing stock.
We have been doing business in Ocala for the past 9 years and in that time I don't think we have ever pt
Irmleading itemn during any of our Sales, and the prices below will be as advertised. Don't fail to attend.

Sale begins Saturday 8 cents ] Meet Me Face To Face 40 inch store
.ci. 9. r... { {yard wide { | LflW{ Jnee l
June 20th at 9-30 oayar. i IW N June 1
unbleachc I *:;:: white t.
m. Everybody co)e. ed W o 1 l
Ladies Muslin Underwear. DE a ," i Dress
LaietTIC 0 -
Possi ,ly a greatervariety of this.,litNat.-tv', ,II
tered at such prices, as we quote,. anJl th, garm,,nt: a', aI 5 cents. I 35C Silk
new, and we have just what Nou want .
50c. Ladies' Drawvrs, tri!nit n willi Ei and -
Lace only.... ..... .. .. .. .inch9c
39c. Ladies' Drawer., Tuckr, ti r with EitIhiy t+,; onl 21c 36 01 > all colors ,,
Other grades at low prices I L ,
$1 50 Underskirt. Embroider y and Lace iuinwi. IIIack0. 1 FRNK, MaQ9ager. a nd
Flounce, only ......... ......... ...... ........98c. -- J
$1.5C. Ladies' Chemist,e trinaned. onl .. .... .....$ 1.19 'Iaffeta C hecks I' .
$1.00 Ladies* Gownt,, tul l length. only.... ..... ....79c. .. i C 1
Ladies' Gown:. fult length. only ..... .. .49c. I L K O ur guarantee 19 cents. I. ,
t5e. Corset Coover--. lacet and Emb'dy trimmed. only..16c. -I . ,
35c. Corset Covers. Lace and Emb'dy trimmed, only..21c. 89 cents. OUR GUARA TEE: If our price is not the low-
60c. Corset Covers. Lace and Emb'dy trimmed, only.. 39c. U GURANTEE: If our price is not the low- s
Tfc. Coreet Covers. Lace and Embroidery trimmed, only 49c |]est we will refund your money. If the goods are not ] w [ .,
75c. U nderskirt. Em broidery and Lace trim m ed, only 44c. 6 1pl s as d v e r i ewd'I [ 1 -"tn p lvem n
$i.M Underskirt. mbroidery and Lace trimmed, only 69c. U P005 as advertised we dot want you to have them and Vol .' .
i;.25 Ladies' Chemise. trimmed, only .. .... .98c. o^ats money will be refunded. Goods must be satisfactory S KI TT 5 ; I_, .rha ,..
$100 Ladies' Chemise, trimmed. only..............79 C. IT _ r o o b s n s
I I or no sale. We are not going out of business but black or ,, ,i, ...n ,'
Ladies' Children and Men sCTuTON Ust reducing our stock and if any time during the :"+" *
Hoisery. 25 cents sale you are not satisfied with your purchase return, brown ;. s Th ,;
W. Ladies' open-work Hose, Black and Tan. onl....39c. and if in perfect condition your money will be re- $5.98 ,, ,
5c. Ladies' Open-work Hose. Black and Tan. only ....19c. funded as cheerfully as we took it. .
. Hua Fancy and Plain only.. ..............21c. 10 CCnt -
54e. A s Fancy and Open-work half Hose, only ...39c. I ,,. ....- I I--- -- I--, ,,-,, ,



before heard of ini Mm..
in this City. It is not a

.iblishel or a~ivertised a

closed og 1 rildayl
9th preparing for
s., great event,

Goods and *Siks.

,. I*% .d .4 s; -: agIl 4r
r*ic., .4 a , O t 0

laAnma.4 -'ji* ... ,,, *Or -r
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