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VOLUME 43 NUMBER 44 OCALA FLORIDA RIDAY MAY 1 1908 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
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Local Lo al and Personal Personalftfir I
ftfir W J AWns represented Pedro Pedroin FedrOoak I
in < 0 Ooata M ea Friday
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AMir Br I road as Mr lira J C Plilaws PIJI11aasf e etoa oaf ll 1EI 1EIpoIIIt I IPrI
toa > 3jxw poIIIt l t PrI Friday ilea in Ocafau OcafauMir Ocat1Ilr3 4oaba4tir
Mir 1Ilr3 J D Brae is in Tampa Tam for frsan a atibort
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MSss JFraoKSos noes os Llddon U dGlR gave her MtUe MtUeIriends 14ttJefrioDdsa UttieZi
Zi Iriends onda a very V enjoyable eDl1e b1e party on GnFrl GnFrlday Prdoy Fri Friday ¬
day afternoon a dt > Ctox on R
I MirWIIIIaiin d r hlbaata T Gary has been in inBuoflflcsvWe inBrocJksVI11Ie in3roarksvrAhle
BuoflflcsvWe for several days d1 s past on onMX onbe onb
b be Miners IDOSS IDOSSiRctbert
MX Robert Ferguson FO SOR of Berlin Spcnx apenzsasvureay SpcnxSastiuirflay eDt eDtiSatn1Ir
Sastiuirflay iSatn1Ir ylIR s i tlG town > > wn having ha jng come In to toattend toatteDa toatktend
attend the e utnvefUng 1I1RV ii g ceremonies ceremoniesIMrs ceremcm es esYirsL
Mrs YirsL L J Parr has gone to Laikeftand Laikeftandto Laknt4 Lake1an10dk
10dk to vSsiit it tar her daughter C1aug ter Mrs Overby Overbyfor Overbyforew forr for fora
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a few ew weeks weeksM8ss weeksiYliss weedksMiss
Miss Claudia Miller t1 I1er a former much muchHked muc1nked rnuciRlked
Hked teacher In the Ocala High Highshoo HighI
I r8 shoo is here on a visit to her reladves rela1tves rela relatives ¬
tives Co COIL > L L 1 P Miller and family familyMir familyNraDd familyend
NraDd Mir and Mrs J N Tiller of Martin Martinproxwiment 2artlnworeprc Martinwere
were woreprc proxwiment IMDDt visitors in Ocala Sat Satand Satme Satamd
and me witnessed the unveiling un olUng of oftfl ofIbe
Ibe tfl e IO Qenfederate fedotlte monument I
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Mir and a d Mrs Clifton Camp havecarne have haveto havereJM
carne to Trope reJM where they expect to toJe t t1IeanlDtra toennbn
1IeanlDtra ennbn for Je r a couple c e of years yearsWir yearsNir pearsMr
Wir Beery W Long of Martel MartelC Ulf UlfMir and andC
Mir C T Miller of Leroy were ere here hereto hereSbi I Iat
Sbi to attend at eaa the ujRve1JIag unveill g of ofMr of6e oflae
6e lae lolItieerate Oezs o4erate MOGumtmt MOGumtmtDr i uanant uanantIDr
Mr I ata sari Mrs E G Umdner I L4 dner of AnIq Anr An An0hemy
r < 0hemy Iq y IAIr re r very h kaprpy mpy over the t arrival eAlrdVIff arrival4tf
< 4tf ia 1 Itawety Mttle daughter ralttlt ralttltl1Mrme at their their1leoiae thetrhome
home a few ew days 4t s ago agoMr ago1Jr agoMr
Mr 1Jr Qlawaoa 0b1i 9cm p pro proprietor etGr of the thebea thebeatIhIl bean beanLake beaattJgnUl
tIhIl Lake Weir hotel at TVeirsdate TVeirsdatea Weil Weimsdaienrtier sd8 e eerDlHt
nrtier erDlHt a moet successful season has hasgone 1nsJGDetC hasgone
gone JGDetC to his home in the north for the theIFbe themmer thestammer
stammer stammerThe mmerIDhe
The ToffiaJctti T fftdettl b building bail14 > iDg has beenrezzsted been beenrented beenre
rented re teci SheJvimg S e1mgani and other furniture furnitureand
and d fta fixtures fi tules are now being placed in inIt inIt inlt
It It t wfUI be occupied by Georg GeorgSmia GeorgSanJl GeorgeSa
Smia SmiaMr Sa IL
Mr r Robert t Steers sH Steersg one o e of the pro progreasftve proi
i g greasftve ve e and uMlezaterpdsiDg an enterprising citizens cIt aens of ofIDwanelfcHi Q QtmaemDaaae of3n
IDwanelfcHi 3n tmaemDaaae neilon came up 1 JFriday Fri a to brine bringMs brinehis brill brillIb6s
his mother erbe to be present at the dedica dedicatton dedicad edlcadeD
tton d n of ctate f the Cewfefierate raowuwjent o uanent Sat Satnwftay SatMrs
nwftay nwftayMsrs
Mrs WiM Oarlton of Jacksonville Jacksonvilletw JacksonvillerooatLxwos
C tw Dltllmtes > tttin es to tIC be very ill with typhoid typhoide pb d de l ltimer
e timer e > attJ1te at t the Csrltoa O rlton House in this thiscitar thlSIcA thisMrs
IcA citar Mrs canton O 1tJl is a sister of ofM ofNIesarL ofLe
NIesarL M Le d3rs arL W D J M and 1H1 A A Gra Graof GraI1IaIDa Graam
I1IaIDa am of ddsoltT ddsoltTmlJiR t thte city citytwi dtTlate
late cad Mrs M2 HX L 1 Arnrtn Part U naern a aon 10 xtoeare
+ eare 0 1 4swa on FrM i y for the tJ e 11Re 11Re1IIl u uaveH uaveHiro v 1 1twig
twig e eerealMId eraoa esIt9 4votie iro e bee H5tiotltelr back to their theirkoae
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sa paaavwag eaaertied nec ed Mirs ALu W B Hotly Hottyinvfty Hotlya EIo
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Wesel atl floe + no a etttnen Iea et f Cttca CItmfGr for a num auanOaale numJ lWnt4t
Oaale 4t Dresutw Dresutwt
t J H L Reeve D ee associate te editor ofY of ofT oft6a
t6a Y T Ulee IMn saee SD S n Is a candidate candidatehut can4M < < ate > te tetesftte
hut 1 a tesftte rate to the Dsaver DeJn er coaventiettt coaven coavenHe couendIlL
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JMpetMt taut the a cfroice oLce may fall on him himtke ht htIh hintae
Ih 111 make 1Ie the ti e stale a creditable creditableWe creditab1etade
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ipwt in ha a ve vote ie for biro 1Iimo biroCi nimIL
Ci o t 1 L M XQnM QzmiMun Gra taa > of ofcritr On Csaaerr Mr Mr iXra MrB
B d rSlrasnaoaas I 7 MIIIIMP Iel of Wa IVneakootm W oalaoet Mr D B1BL DIlL
IlL Irvine 8 < t Ocmwge Gnta e Lake e Air ir rH H C Cf CIL Cof
IL of f S iSuuitoM Qua + aaaa ss MaJ eta jir r J K KMr KJPh Rr
JPh et r 3IIftka Eatre aa sad Mr Ir Job 1 Pas Pasof Pasc Pasnrr
nrr c saw embers of tike camp ounpVetoraiis eIDiPfill
fill d tbienute Vetoraiis of t tMs city cityte dtyIn cityserve
serve In F te Frktay to be present at It the theooromonees titef towg
wg f IN ooromonees Saturday
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a dI Ikenmtlfvl baaurnttalS24s7 little ttJle son so Uaaer Uaaert Li d er eraftemooa
t Sat7 aftemooa la Ocala Ocalain OealsTtMr Ocalab
TtMr ve in roan rom Aatnoay A1It Ga Mr Mrn4 9IraIbIad5 9Irsaraall
IbIad5 liMr araall n4 hoer b r Mttte tt a 5on n have been at atlior atIQ atM
M IQ lior a week the guests of oftk ofDr ofrpecanrats
rpecanrats heather tk r Dr E L G L4id L4idHarris IAadxr Lindypr
xr Harris mr H r4s 8 jotn joIJM4 4 them Saturatprt Satur Saturthey SabtrI
atprt I they tbe leave ftNr their t elr hNne hci ome ne In InMoaday InJL inOa
Oa < JL Monday Moadaylo M6J1 7 7II
II we lo Z r those whO love lo e me metboee me1Ier mePet
Pet those tatcD e who 110 know mw me true truethe true1he truethe
the heaven that smiles above me meawaits meAnd meAnd
And awaits my spirit too toothe toothe tooPor
Por the cause that lacks assistance assistancethe
hr the wrong that needs resistance resistancethe
iEQr nr the future in the distance distancethe
Y m d nud athegood the good that I Iean can do dol
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I A Beautiful Granite Jonumert liiont mert Dedicated to the Memory of the Scuths Heroes by Dickison Chapter United UnitedDaughters UnitedDaughters nited nitedDaughters
Daughters of the Confederacy With Imposing Ceremonies Interesting and Heart Touching Eulogies EulogiesThe
The Daughters Decorate the Shaft and Present Pres nt Their Beloved President With Badge of Honor
Saturday was W a day of great expec expectations expecatfoas expecatioons ¬
tations to the people of Ocala and andwas anrtwas andwas
was looked forward to with keen interest in interest Inteiest ¬
terest and anticipation by the mem members members members ¬
bers of Dickison Chapter United UnitedDaughters UniteqIughters UnitedDaughters
Daughters of f the Confederacy Confed racy the theConfederate theconfederat theConfederate
Confederate Veterans and the citizens citizensgenerally citizersgenerally citizensgenerally
generally for it was as the day set apart apartfor apartfor apartfor
for the unveiling of the Confederate
monument which was as recently erect erected eree ereeed erected ¬
ed in this city through the untiring untiringefforts untIringefforts untiringefforts
efforts of the Daughters of the Con Confederacy Confederacy Confederacy ¬
federacy federacyAs
As far as we w e can ascertain to Mrs MrsEdward MrsEdward Ir IrEdward
Edward Badger is due the honor of offirst of1irst ofrst
first rst suggesting the erection ere tion of this thismonument thismonument thismonument
monument and her brother Mr Ir James
H Badger was the first one to make makea
a contribution towards it itMrs itMrs itMrs
Mrs Badgers suggestion su gestion found foundquick a aquick t tquick
quick and ready response among hercomrades her hercomrades hl hlcomrades
comrades of Dickison Chapter and all allthe alltbe allthe
the members became be ame instantly alert aleriand alertand alertand
and enthusiastic Committees wen wenappointed wertappolntec1 wereappointed
appointed and from that time until untilall untiall unthah1
all the necessary funds were collect collected ¬
ed there was maintained d upon the thepart thtJMrt thepart
part of the organization an unflagging unflagginguntiring unftaginuntiring unfiagginuntiring
untiring and devoted interest interestMrs interestIrs interestMrs
f
Mrs Gary the honored revered revere ar arbeloved a aved anbeloved
beloved ved head of the organizationthoroughly organization or nization YV YVthoroughly t tt1torou
thoroughly t1torou hly enlisted in the cause use t an anarotaeed n naroused naroused
aroused an enthusiasm which w wquickly wqulclil wets wetsquickly
quickly communicated to all the oth other other other ¬
er members and the erection of the themonument thtmoRUment themonument
monument became a foregone conclu conclusion conclusion concluMon ¬
sion for in the vocabulary of the theDaughters thtDau1hters theDaughters
Daughters of the Confederacy there is isno isno isno
no such st1 h word as fail failIn failIn failIn
In a matter in which all were so en enthusiastic ent enthusiastlc ¬
thusiastic t and which has culminate culminateso l lso
so happily we e do not wish to make makeinvidious makebtvldious makeinvidious
invidious distinctions but cannot refrain re refrain rej ¬
frain fro front i saying that Mrs R G GBlake GBlakf GBlake
Blake the efficient vice president of ofthe lfthe t f fthe
the chapter < irs J H Livingston LivingstonSr
Sr Mrs 33 L Carney Mrs James JamesR
R Moorhed Io rhead and Mrs E P Moalyworked Moody Moodyworked ltlooJyworked
worked so unremittingly and were SM SMsuccessful SJsuecessful s ssuccessful
successful in their collections that they theyare theyare theyare
are deserving of special mention mentionTo
To the genius of Mrs Gary belong belongthe belongitbe belongthe
the honor of inspiring the beautiful beautifuland
and appropriate inscription inscriptionWe
We are glad to preeant elsewhere elsewhereIn
In this Issue a picture of the monu monument 1nonuIlt monuatont ¬
atontNames ment mentNames Ilt nt ntNames
Names of those Who Contributed To Towards Towards Towards ¬
wards its Erection ErectionThe ErectionTile Erectionhe
The following is an incomplete list listof listof listof
of tboee who made m de money contrlbu contributions contrlbutJone contrlbutkns ¬
tions towards the erection of the monuriieent mon monument mon1DeDt ¬
ument The book k containing the name nameof nameof nameof
of every contributor was lost in the thefire theAre there
fire re at the time Mrs Garys house was witsdestroys wasdestroyed WftS4etro
destroyed 4etro 1 The list Ustwe we print is made madeout madeout madeout
out from memory and there th re may be besome beSOIDe besome
some omissions oeaissionsAnderson omissionsAnderson o d9SiionsAndersoD
Anderson Mrs HAlHson Miss MissAllison Mis8Allison IiissAllison
Allison Mrs AuJSa J H HBadger HBa HBadger
Badger Ba r Mrs EdwBWtco E wBl1t h Dr S H HBadger BBa HBadger
Badger Ba er Mrs Irs J HBrewer Mrs E H HBailey RBalle fBailey
Bailey Balle Mrs J E Barton Mrs AV iV iVBell 2C 2CBell NBell
Bell Mrs HannjLhBartha Mr MrBeU MrBe MrBeeU
BeU Be Judge J e JosephBrown Bros BrosBullock BroBttHcxk BrosBullock
Bullock W S Brooks Br Mr J B BBlalock BBII BBbtlock
Blalock BII oek Dr L F Beck Mr MrBmntsides MrBurnside lr lrBumsldesw
Bmntsides Mrs C CBartow Bar tow Chapter ChapterConnor ChlLpterConDOr CiaapterConnor
Connor Mr C O Cam W D DCrmich Dba DCarmichael
Carmichael ba l Mrs Carlisle J B BClyatt BClyatt BCIyatt
Clyatt W r W Carney E L LChace LI LChace
Chace Mrs M Edw Ed Charabliss Chambl Cha u bliss iss Z ZC ZCCarrol C CCarroll CCarroll
I Carroll R R Chasal Louis LouisCtarfcson LouisI LoutsClarkson
Ctarfcson H B Christian Mrs MrsCondon MrsCondon lrs lrsCoDClon
I Condon W W v Crom Mrs lrs G CCole C CCote cCole
Cole Royal Ro l E EDavis EDa EDavis
Davis Da Is D W Durst W V S SDitto sDitta SDIttn
Ditto Frank FrankBagteton FraDkEa Frankblag1eton
Bagteton Ea toa Dr J MEdwards MEdw ards W 1 PEagleton F FEl1 P PEagtetoa
Eagtetoa El1 toa Mrs It Eagleton eto H G GEagieton G1etOD GEag4eton
Eagieton 1etOD Miss M Epperson W V J JEdwards JFJdnts JEdwards
Edwards W J Epperson R B BEdwards EEdwar6s BEdwarils
Edwards Jao L Epperson J B BFuller EF1i1U BFuller
Fuller F1i1U r Dr R D Ford Geo TO H HFrank HFnutk HFrank
Frank Marcus FSshel M MGreen htGreen i iGreen
Green L N Gordon Henry
Green Gr Otis T TGerigr Green Edw B BGroves BGrtli BGerig
Gerigr J J JGraham Groves Mrs H C CGraham CGraham CGraham
Graham J M MGerig Graham L LGerl M MGreen MGertg
Gerig Gerl Albert AlbertGraham Green Otis Jr JrGary JrGraham JrGraham
Graham W D DHarris Gary G Wm T THopkins THopkins THopkins
Hopkins Mrs A Howard E M MHall MHall I IHaU
Hall Richard S Home Mr LouisHarrls LouisHarris Louis LouisHaisley
Harris T H HHoivse Haisley Hisl Mrs Irs J SHowse S SHammond
Howse O B Hammond W V A AHood AHood AHood I
Hood Dr Walter Hocker W A AHood AHoo4 AHood
Hood Dr E VaaHeh VaoHelvenston enston E T TIagHs TID TIaghls
IagHs ID Ns Capt J L Ixlar I ar Maj L T Tlister Tlzkr Tizlar
lister Dr A L LJuban LJuhn LJulian
Julian John D Jon Jones s Herbert HerbertJewett HerbertJe1
Jewett Jet ett t W L Jackson Mrs L W WJewett WJewett WJewett
Jewett Sandlord Johnson Miss Eva EvaKing EvaKing EvaKing
King P N Kirby Smith Chap ChapLivingston ChapLh ChapLivingston
Livingston Lh ngsto Mrs Law Dr J G G2Jathews GMathews GMathews
Mathews R D Moorman Wm Wmaiarion WmMarlon Wmdlarion
aiarion Cp TJ C VMallory S R RMoorhed RMoorhead RMoorhead
Moorhead GordonMcConathy GordonMcCoD thy R RMoorhead RI RMoorhead
Moorhead Robert McAteer Fred FredSMoyers FredMoyers Fredlioyers
I SMoyers Mrs B Mathews FrankMartin Frank FrankMartin TankMartin
Martin Mrs Abe McCreery Miss for forr
> r <
3ar < Marin in G W V Nashville Tenn TennMirny TennIc TennMC
Mirny MC Ic y Mrs E P Chapter ChapterMoorhcad Chapterloorl ChapterMooraewd
Moorhcad loorl d Alex de McKean G R RM RJtrln RMa
M Ma Jtrln rin r t n J B M flrae ae G GNugimt GNugfmt GNugent
Nugimt P H Ne Newsom e vsom Dr W V V VOuen VOlt
Olt Ouen 0 en e Tlcs T c 7 1 Qr Grfl e ofry ofryPorter ryPorter rY rYPorter
Porter Mrs T Phillips C J JPyles JPyles 5Pyles
Pyles S R Phillips Mrs Irs C J JPeacock JPeacock r rPeacock
Peacock Mrs rrs J BPowell ell Mrs Irs M MPittman MPittman 1 1Plttmnn
Pittman J A Palatka Chapter ChapterRheinauer ChapterRh ChapterRheinauer
Rheinauer Rh inauer Bros Reddick Mrs rs J P PRaysor PRay PRaynor
Raysor Ray or Ben B n E Roach Mrs Irs J N NRawls NRawls NRawls
Rawls S A Runkle Mrs Irs H C
Robertson J D Robinson Mrs Irs J JRobertson JRobertson IRobertson
Robertson Mrs frs Ring Miss Fannie FannieSmith FannieSmith FannieSmith
Smith Miss G Stovall W F FSeton F3ertton FSeton
Seton Thos Scott Se tt Mrs Irs W M MSistrunk MSistrunk VI VISistrunk
Sistrunk Mrs S Sistrunk HenrySchool Henry HenrySchool HenrySchool
School Children Smith Tom TomStanley TomStar11ey TomStanley
Stanley Peter Spooner Dr H HSparkman HSparkman HSparkman
Sparkman S M I Sistrunk Carlos CarlosTroxler CarlosTroxler CarlosTroxler
Troxler T W Taliaferro J P PTeague PTeague PTeague
Teague Frank Taylor Ta lor Bros BrosThompson BrosThompson BrosThompson
Thompson Mrs Irs Tydings Mrs C CTatham CTatham CTatham
Tatham Miss E Tucker H W WThompson WThompson WThompson
Thompson Mrs J
THE MONUMENT MONUMENTWe
Ve present hertwith a picture of te monument monun nt It isa i in a very veryshaft hando1H hando1H3b8ft e eshaft
shaft It is 24Vs 24 feet above a double base h S and an coping which whi < h will ever bloom bloomwith bkiOtflwith bhonlwith
with 1 flowers flowersThe oers oersThe oon ers ersThe
The monument monum nt is resting under the shade trees tre Su and on account ofwhich of ofwhich ofbleh
which it was impossible to procure a photograph of it but we were fortu fortunete fortunele fortunate
nete enough Dou h to secure a cut from the original drawings drVtin s which is a perfect perfectreproduction p perfectreproduction rf t treproduction
reproduction with the exception that the inscriptions are not givenThe given givenThe givenThe
The monument faces to the southwest south west and Iln in bold relief is the following followingpatriotic fo11o followingpatriotic lng lngpatnode
patriotic inscription InscriptionThe
Th The south uth reveres her Washington Jefferson Madison Monroe onroe An Andrew Andrew Andrew ¬
drew Jackson Jacksonaud and others who laid the foundation of our grand rllnd republic republicSlie republicShehonors
She Shehonors honors her Lee Stonewall Jackson Ja ks n Stewart Johnston Forrest and ev every every every ¬
ery brave son who 00 fought fo ht to preserve our liberties guaranteed by the fathers fathersunder fathE1sUDMr fathersuncher
under the Constitution Underneath this inscription is the word Confeder Confederacy r racoy ¬
acy The southeast side is emblazoned emb1azotedth embiazo fed with the Confederate fig the folds foldsof fofsof
of which display the 11 stars starsThe starsThe v vThe
The dates 1S611SI5 are inscribed < l above the flags which tell the story storywhich storywhich storywhkh
which has been embalmed in prose and verse and will be heralded down downthe dowthe downthe
the ages a e as asloag tang as the E English lish la language an iguage 1age is spoken and people are thrilled thrilledwith thrilledVtith thrilledwith
with the recital reeltalofmartial of martial deeds Or as the words on the monument pro ¬
claim
Its fame on brightest bright st pages pagesPenned pagesPenned pagesPenned
Penned by poets and by sages sagesShall sgesShall sagesShall
Shall go sounding down the ages agesDa agesc
Da c n the tlaeSMltheast so southeast are two muskets crossed < 1 and above them the mono monogram monogr1I1 monograin ¬
gram C S A AThe ATbe AThe
The foundation foun atlon and imposing shaft are made from Georgia Geor granite rnlte and andcrowning ILnJcrOyniDg andcrowning
crowning the handsome monolith is a characteristic figure fi ure of a Confederate Confederatesoldier Confedemtesoldier Confederatesoldier
soldier His musket which whi h has done faithful service is resting on the theground therounc1 theground
ground and his hands clasping the muzzle of the gun He wears a felt hat hatand batand hatand
and is adorned with the cartridge box and other accoutrements of the Con Confederate Confedsrate Confederate ¬
federate soldier The figure is chiseled from pure Italian marble marbleThe marbleThe marbleThe
The picture as we have already stated is an exact reproduction of the themonument themonument themonument
monument minus the inscriptions inscriptionsThe
The monument was designed and manufactured by the McNeel Marble MarbleCompany Marblel MarbleCompany
Company of Marietta Ga which company is making a specialty of Con Confederate Confederate Confederate
federate monuments and in every instance has given entire satisfaction satisfaction1There satisfactionThere satisfactionThere
There was no word of disagreement about the monument here and the firm firmMlived firmU firmlived
lived up to its contract to the letter
J 1 l tr
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Weinges Mr Ir Walters Howard HowardWoodrow HowardWoodrow HowardWoodrow
Woodrow D S Williams J J JWoodrow JWoodrow JWoodrow
Woodrow Mrs DWilliamson W P PWeathers pWeathers PWeathers
Weathers B A Wilson Geo W WWebb WWebb WWebb
Webb B C Wright R G GWaterman GWaterman GWaterman
Waterman Ardis Wartmann E 1 L LWeihe LWeIhe LWeihe
Weihe F G B Wartmann Mrs E EWalters EWalters EWalters
Walters Harry HarryThe HarryThe HarryThe
The unveiling ceremonies were werelargely werelargely werelargely
largely attended There was nearly nearlya
a full attendance of the local camp of ofConfederate ofConfederate ofConfederate
Confederate Veterans headed by itsesteemed its itsesteemed Itsesteemed
esteemed commander Mr Ir L M Gra Graham Graham Graham ¬
ham of Connor There were likewise likewisequite likewisequite likewisequite
quite a number of visiting comrades comradesThe comnWSThe
The members of Dickiaon Chapter ChapterUnited CbapterUnited ChapterUnited
United Daughters of the Confederacy Confederacyled Confedera Y Yled
led by their venerable and belovedpresident beloved belovedpresident beJov 1 1president
president Mrs Fannie R Gary were wereout wereout wereout
out in full force forceThe forceThe forceThe
The Ocala Rifles attended the cere ceremonies certIT10nies ceremonies ¬
monies in a body wearing their full fullmilitary funmili fullmilitary
military mili tary regalia Ocalas splendid splendidband splendidband I enc11l enc11lband
band furnished patriotic and Inspiring Inspiringmusic lusplrlnbmusic Inspiringmusic
music for this memorable occasion
The teachers and pupils of the Ocala OcalaHigh OcainHigh OcalaHigh
High School graced the occasion with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their presence and attended in a body bodyAt bodyAt bodyAt
At half past ten oclock the Confed Confederate Contederate Confederate ¬
erate Veterans met at the council councilchamber councilchamber councilchamber
chamber and were joined by the theDaughters theDaughters theDaughters
Daughters of the Confederacy and th thother thother the theother
other organizations and formed a alin aIin alint
lin lint of march and proceeded to thecourt the thecourt thecourt
court house grounds in the following followingorder foUowlntorder follow Ing Ingorder
order orderThe orderThe orderThe
The Ocala Metropolitan Banal BantlThe Ban41The BanalThe
The Ocala Rifles RiflesConfederate RiflesConfederate RiflesConfederate
Confederate Veterans VeteransDaughters VeteransDaughters VeteransDaughters
Daughters of the Confederacy ConfederacySchool ConfederacySchool ConfederacySchool
School teachers teachersSchool teachersSchool teachersSchool
School children childrenCitizens chIldreniCitizens childrenCitizens
Citizens CitizensArriving iCitizensArriving CitizensArriving
Arriving at the monument there was wasmusic wasmusic
music by the band after which Mr MrFrank MrFrank Ir IrFrank
Frank Harris master of ceremoniescalled ceremonies ceremoniescalled ceremonleScaned
called on Dr W H Dodge of he Pres Presbyterian PresbyterIan Presbyterian ¬
byterian church to invoke the divine divineblessing divIneblessing divineblessing
blessing on the assembled throng throngDr
Dr Dodges invocation was a mas masterful mA5terful masterful ¬
terful effort and did great credit to It Itauthor Itauthor Its Itsauthor
author and the occasion It was u not notonly Dotonly notonly
only a patriotic prayer but a mostchaste most mostchaste moatchaste
chaste and beautiful one and fell upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the audience like the dews of Herman HermanMr
Mr Ir Harris in introducing the ora orator orator orator ¬
tor of the day made the following followingremarks foUowh foUowhremarks followingremarks
remarks remarksDickison remarksDickison remarksDickison
Dickison Chapter United Daughter Daughterof Du 1tters 1ttersof
of the Confederacy Confederate ConfederateVeterans ConfederateVeterans ConfederateVeterans
Veterans Ladies Gentlemen and andFellow Aat AatFellow andFellow
Fellow Citizens CitizensHoly CitizensHoly CitizensHoly
Holy writ proclaims procl1 ms that a Mpro Mprophet prophet pro prophet ¬
phet is not without honor SY Ita Itaown Lis Lisown Ia IaOwn
own country and In his own ownhold Jaoa Jaoahold l lhold
hold holdStated holdStated holdStated
Stated in another form it might mightrendered Ialc t H Hrendered berendered
rendered thus A citizen cl ia i ihonored MW MWhonored aksaa aksaahonored
honored in his own camwwaUy camwwaUyamong comacnoi y ut utamong
among his own people peopleI p pJo 1
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I am extremely pry pro p CMN1 ti ol e ofthat tfca fluet fluetthat 1 1that
that I form an exception to o tfc tarII tjrlsgeneral ary MI7gener arygeneral
general gener l rule ruleThe ruleThe I I II IThe
The men and the women of this thismunity tatIDunity a amunity
munity and especially epec = illy illynave the tbenave wO IMa IManave
nave on many occasion occ = u1oaa toe M toethan aeisa aeisathan 1 1than
than kind to me m and Insist OB booo boooing boaoIn honorIng
ing In me more than my merit m rlta deM drsnt drsntI nr nrI nI
I wish here and now to thank thm tharsfor thmfor tae taefor
for the partiality they bare aaye wo wofamily a u uformly il ilformly
formly shown me and I wa wt t It tat tDdistinctly b bdistinctly be bedistinctly
distinctly known that I feel it BO ft
tie honor in being selected seieetrside to > 1 1side pre preside ¬
side over a meetiag IDtla of this thiscance tJdIcance s scance
cance canceWe canceVe canceWe
We are assembled emble hers en ena to toa > s etisafbarie etisafbariea
a monument to those who shovisflrtsl I Tt Tttheir N1 j I
their muskets and showed Mow a rear rearnets In Inness I Inees
ness to lay down their lives I If Ifbe Ifbe aelai aelaibe
be at their countrys call callGreater eaII4Greater callGreater
Greater k Jove > reH says the t Good Goodhath 00Mt 00Mthath lisk liskhath
hath no man than to lay Ja7Ufe slows siwmlife lwk lwklife
life for a friend and to fey feyones 7 7ones yones
ones life on the altar of ottry o ones ei eitry spree spreetry
try is the worlds coaceptlOM eoac of oftriotism OCtriot1sm Ma Matriotism
triotism in its highest ltJc and mui MS MSalted t ear earalted < < Xi Xialted
alted form formThe formThe formThe
The act of partidpackMi in theee t tceremonies tbsneceremonies theeeceremonies
ceremonies does not aeemmrlly a amlt csaaemit com commit ¬
mit us to the glorification nor II IItion < < 4eUtaa aetMmtion 4eUtaation
tion of war nor Is I it orr p prpoee prpoeebequeath rpoM tlrbequeath to tobequeath
bequeath to tat tb ceaorattoM cellrat that t t are airtto areto areto
to follow after us the spirit or aster aattMtsof aa aaof
of war warLife warLife warLife
Life is full of paradoxles pal QxH We W Wthings eo eothings onthings
things every day of our HTSS that wehad we wehad WI WIhad
had rather not do dowe we ofaostiae hose tlioeewe
we love best not to silmiiJato 1itmll 8 in inthe us usthe 8 8the
the chastising spirit but for the alepurpose sole solepurpose Ie Iepurpose
purpose that good may followWhen follow followWhen followWhen
When we slay bird or beast we rob robContinued robContinued
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most enjoyable card ear partite ever given givenIn W WIn vea veaIn
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German Club at t the t e Oeala HiewM on onFriday onFridAY onFriday
Friday evening eveningInstead ereniragInstead eveabgInstead
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did evenings antartataateiit lRt lrwaeat for I r Cheir tbMrfriends Cheirfriends IIM1rfriends
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Messrs 0 B Howee and J H Tyfor Taf Taflor PalI PalIJor
for were the com comtwt eomttM nttee ttea e on arrauagmeets arrange arrangements an8Cments + ¬
ments and this large arms passed poeoedvery otl otlvery oRvery
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Mr Ir Taylor and ad Mr Taylor TaylorHowse T THowse Mirk MirkHowse
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Lloyd president pr a4dat of r tko tit Qornmn 0 Lut Clki etand 4Mtband > bv bvand
and Mrs lrs Lloyd r ree reeeefived red the dn e ni anew anewbers sa atb sabers <
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