Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 04 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03151
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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MIL-KOW is the solids of liquid
milk without the butter fat. feILKOW
in liquid form is a delicious an Id .t-
fying drink. MIL-KOW Is pIrodued
withMut prsrvative os r dulternts.
MIL-KOW is thoroughly striliaLd No
danger from disaM gen-. May be
used wherever milk Is wAtod for
cooking and baking. Two ang for
2S. makes six quarts purse skimmed
milk.



0. K. GROCERY
CLARK BRO&, Propretrs
TWO PHONKTS 1M


R. D. FULLER,

DENTAL SURGEON
O0ce Over Mmroe A O hAibsO
Bask.
OCALA, - FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL 8URGECON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
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L F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon .
Wee eO w Cmo re d.
Pblue..111*
Once hours: 8 to 1I a. a.; 1 to
6 p. m.
TERMS, CASH.IL


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HOMEOPATHIC rXISICIAN
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Office Second Floor The Muaroe A
*^ Chamblia Bank Buldig, Ocala,
Florida.
Telephonei-Office, 222;V RaNidee,
221.
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. 0.; 2 to 4
P. U.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. a.



TIE COMMERCIAL

BARBER SHOP

Opr Into the Lobby of the Oeala
House.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pllances. Strictly sanitary. gleetric
fans., electric manages.
Hot Running Watr at All Tbme
VINCAia C. DEITRaC, Mawr


SC. J. PHILLIPS
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PlIs and Speeficatlons Furnsohed
Upon Request.
1M0 Soth Tird St.,
Phone 110. OCh LA. Li



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^ Whirtakers gif E.WiMB

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Uedertakm.

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All work done by llceaed el blk-
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Tursm Caoe "o TOP
Constantinwpl. Apr-l 2X-T e COD-
ustKial forVeM were in let m con-
trol of the capital last nigt "The
sultan to prIetfcally a IrIMosi at th
Tildis palace. His formal .-obio-
slon has not yet een given, but W
and the troops with him are at the
mercy of the army f occupation.
-sal Wea of one go s.
The sedlUng forward of the advance
posts of the AIonIki army irkLay at-
ternooa to within two and oae-half
miles of the palace foreshadowed the
attack upon the city, which began at-
S o'clock Saturday morning, Two
bridges had been picketed, and salI
partite of cavalry reesuowed the
ground. After desaltory fw. Just
before dawn. a strong advance was
made tI the southwestern part Of
Pera. The attacking forep spreM d
out In a long line. sad made an as-
sault upon the Matcbka and Taseh
KchIS barracks, south of the palace.
where they met witS stubborn resist-
mace.
The Invaders continued to advance
in three columns with the utmost pre-
cilon, and occupied all the points of
vantage. The volunteers from Ghev-
gel received their baptism of fire from
Matchka, but they stood their ground
well and replied with steady volleys.
The strength of the volunteers was
overwhelmingL and the Matchka gar-
rison aon surrendered.
Almost Immedlately the loyal sol-
diers' In the Taseh Kloehlia barracks
on the epoIte hilt opened with a
deadly ire, but notwithstanding that
many of them fell. the aloundikl troops
did not hesitate In tbetr advance but
moved slowly and cautiously, bring-
lng up their machine guns which
eventually resulted in silencing the
prison. There were heavy losses on
both WIdes. While this attack was
proceeding, another corpa of Saloulki
Infantry encounmtered a sudden attack
-from the artillery In the Taxyi3m har-
racks but these were oaly supplied
with rifles.
Prgessive Loudw Kflled but hIs Men
OWd It t9


Makhtar Bey, commander of the aO--
moniki fore*. fell dead and many werf
killed or wounded on the Qrt amaultl
The fighting In the Stamboel ar-
ter occurred at the port. wheme the
garrison refused to sunender, but af-
ter a sharp fuslade they were oblig-
ed to hoist the white flag. There was
stiff fbhting at the IpHk Haneh bar-
racks, where- the mutinous artiaery-
men, who recently arrived from Tch-
ataja, were quarteredL .
The number of oacualUee probably
winl never te kawa, but It s aesti-
mated far tito tbe --*JmePA Around
the Ta*mii -bmaks alone it ts believ-
ed that & thousand ot mofe men fell
One of the aviest labes to the par-
Iltamentary rea occurred through
the misuse of tthe white a b* the
beselged Tasch Klkchla barracks. For
more than an hour, the machine guns
of the attacking party poured a ban
of ahots Into the arrim" and then
the defenders hoisted the white &gp
Infantry moved forward lin the -open
and the guam ire sxI aded. When
the battalion was within four hundred
yards of the brracksm the guns be-
hind the walls opemed up a deadly
flhe on them, twenty-seven being kill-
ed and eighty weanded.

FRIGHTFUL PATE AVERTiJ
-I would hav bes a tppe t or life
from a utenu uat o0 H.Pe k e p."
writeH O tahk m. bey. rKeow.,

SalvN, % M ames ft V.ONn a tub -
ble i fer onis, 8 -a i fraiaa. it
soon Gib mW p .* sr ,
bolls, dIf oe we 'fldi bet
for p-e. at .aiWIt.


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R3MXANT 53AL AT TEE OBsz
TABRIZ WILL E -TAKUN
Pees"ess'e0#ofbu' 80ss81"Troops, Who
will Sfla-ar-- the seh Ists of
LroeseeM &eiiwuts
St. PeteobwL. April IS--The Rua-
sian expedition uudsr the a ot
(GLen. Iarsy. that b ging to reatore
order pak Tabris. left -b ua on the
froatier, yesterday.
Ru .Ishasv .Nov, rml to
an Implied reqsat of tie AMerican
sove-samat t htt tt military force,
about .1 aB w-XPna fir the vicinity
ofibhdx eaftatguard AS es and
titnt American t by giv-
I awm eo far the .rot aecUom of
fonrLi.n :WIth a w,3 efaailaed
iMtawy asm1m- is- dta *.i at
Tahrt I Is Mn here ,mt-at sero in-
tost nr iostassar'!9 re9;M-
We f-redsa f vto" c" pending
the aett_. at the tr-ules which
ew beset taa sah. s goveUment.


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POTY.IEVENTH4 IN FLORIDA
Will be Palm Beach County, Cut off
tih North End of Dads
TAlaha-ee, April 26.-Tbe most
ImPpWtant act of either branch of the
legIaatture yuterday was the passage
in tbhe senate of the hose bill creating
Palm Bebch county. The bill had al-
ready saMed the house, where It
originated. Pahnlm Beach county wifl
brft the number of counties In Pnor-
WdO up t6 forty-seven.
Nm~am dfl

f to bs ham thatth leading mO .
-al witf. and mber oaall the s nld
bghpols 04 practice red a-mmK In the
mte-Wit s pxBlbl* each ana every
p"Mreak entintg hto the compoduion
is J. F lows'oUkm Mediag Disoeory
fa theeweof wIk stomach, dyspepsia.
Caterr& at stomach, O]Iver =muPlait.,
bM Sew, crbomae Mow.;
i~c~inan aITWIAhls(Wes o
whlasw@ glonm urnsme t hebasafItto

da o their rmultants, a bowchWal,
thivAM k"R d.s.e (excepO s Itm
ilt/a aoef a& ant colds and ihs,
b or oB I or chronic cam Jh ti
apeds I =fiacM in pododng per6
r t a.It sontains Black Charrybirk
M l root, Blotdrot Fume rooL
MAmiram root mu Queens ruam
which a. highly praised as remedies for
al the abo. uMbtloned affecticas by acb
jahyawA nediedl writars mid tjwener us
oL.Burtbolow, afl fferfs.n Med&Col.
Me ProL Ham the Univ. of Pa.;
1o.1U Nwood. L. D, of Ben-
M@ Med.SLlem Chicago; Prof. John
MM IL of ClaclnnatI; Prof. John
L. of Cineizanat.; Prot
8dwisa IM. D., of Hahnemann
Med. C Chicago, and scores of
oeMl A/ly emnleat in their saved
IeOe. F
iS i^ ^e^n~iro^ M ~ a 1911


5p uranty of it 0erita
Slasa at this published formula will
Stha Golden Medical Discovery
gmataiMsno potonouS.harmful or bit-

" a& rSno is t entily .unobjw-
touableand besides is a most useful agent
In the cure of all stomach as well asbron
hiaL throat and luntaffectlon. Ther*
hke* ~wtM~a authority for its,
wae in a d a 9 h eas The "Diwcov Is
&ao0WafrsbMi glyceric extract of USIve,
mdIcnal root and is safe and reliable.
A booklet of extracts fmm eminent
iMedial authorites, endoring Its Ingre
Ie eo w t. Adareow
MNAN SALrEs BA TGLOBE. Y.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE


BROUGHTON

Noted Author
Boomme


BRANDENBURG
KIDNAPPED THE BOY
Seems to Bid Fair to
a Notorious lhief


San Francisco, April 25.-Whe.a
Broughton Brandenberg, the Ne v
York newspaper man and magazine
writer was arrested here last night,
charged with. getting notes from tihe
late Grover Cleveland when he was
acting In the capacity of stenographer
to that gentleman, and later publish-
L.g them in the form of a political let-
tet In the New York Times, in an ef-
fort to belittle William Jennings Bry-
an last fall, his stepson, Luls Caban-
De. was with him.
The Cabanne boy disappeared from
his home in St. Louis several days
ago., and his mother had supposed him
to be kidnapped. Brandenburg is in
!al ha"r.
Brandeubdaig was reticent as to the
boy. He said he stopped In St. Louis
about ten days ago and got the lad
from his grandparents. lie would not
say that the had kidnaped the boy.
He said he had come to California in
order to make money with which to
defend himself In court because of the
trouble which had arisen about the
Cleveland letter. He had registered
under an assumedd name.
IF YOU ONLY KNEW
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der er rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
months* treatment. Sold by druggists
or by maiL Send for testimonials. Dr.
X W. Hall, 2 Olive street, St.
Lou. MisourL
REMXANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
FATAL FIRE IN TOPEKA
Tepeka. April 26.--Four persons
were burned to death in a fire here
yesterday morning, which partially de-
stroyed the Central hotel the finest
hoetelry In the city. Several other"
were overcome by smoke, but were
rescued by the firemen.
AN IDEAL COUGHME)ICINE
"As an MIdeal cough medicine I re-
gard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In
a class by ltselL" says Dr. R. A. Wilt-
shire, of Gwynnevil. Ind. "I take
great pleasure In testifying to the re-
sults of Chahkborlain's Cough Rent-
0edy. In fact, I know of no other
reparation that meets so fully the
expectations of the most exacting In
,.caeea of croup and coughs of chil-
dre. As It contains no opium, chlo-
roftorm or morphine It certainly
makes a most safe, pleasant asd ef-
ficamous remedy ftor the ills It is in-
tended." 1


*UMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE


TIRffT IM IK TI--Bii. i TNH U^IM:tti>_
IH~rr MBI R IIIoIe^ii
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SUnited ( W. .tk-
Downward Revisien or rirsmer
the Rs pub.io Ps ty AthOcal Pr % *A IM U ':W
toJim"ifi
t our(. ptst 4lhe U a toll ll
Washinton. April 2L--ilesa-t -a f i"& ** tb fVUPP Gqlwl
downward revision of the bx, L 4 r .-SjWI be halt at
certain defeat of the repsblican "Mrty w n i-ttJX -
at stae. conresMional ct e ne a a. A M
This ultimatum. brought tU the nft -Si tw"
tiona, capitol from the middle wety Mey in U
James J. Hill, the raihead iaate, CI Vrl
is now being echoed from al parts of C dtc, and aon a V.
the country (an except the New EBg- _am r- O ordinly Invited to wi
land states.) Pate-
Advelces being received In Washing- 2.r The major gf- ral i
ton from the South, the great eentral Ig the d10iion, -1.a-ni..a1jsW
states, the middle west,. the tr west "nA t jm e d I, I! .i
and southwest are to the effet t thIt&.0 fe d I n -i .I u*.
the people demand a reviaoma 41f 0dIei .mfhms^#C.0
tariff In good ict the : Wte wfill MX otbe ee U0 C. Va. c Oe.. -. ..
satisfied with a reviesat diowawti, Uhonor the ono w"t" ate .
principally on rw materiala, bt MIs- *e ,__I ^
slat upon a ul iton rmrevlsof &da W. ?thldl* hi o2be;JJ ti j
ward on manufacture& artlesM wr ed to .lt T ge beeR
well. t:d : Mte ma p* .? .
Everywhere (except In the New t c MI t .Masi1
rEngland state) the weudecy It pub- "_tI 'd Wdo I UEIt e. e~ "
pie sentiment seema to be t. aoept Robw.the.a3, s asS.', in p t e t
the Payne and Aldrich bills W112 a 0 PVne oe Oc ro t 4 th teir o lb M
vres drawn prcticaflv and 0e6ei in Martin In bealf of It^Ai ''
he interest; i ull e oig manufath 4 h1a -5U. C. V.' eglaa pen ,
WI:. .e -eo.rt Le the w fe DeVWt 1aot eal
th ruer and consume Tho 4th. At T ie U Athe
who have been keeping In close toech nd0 r daypo4t0be tof e Us1w, twre
with the effect of the tariff vcantro- ust be a n he bold -be mwa-..
ver-y In various sections of te ooua- akve ot bkenrtea d Chap.b m o, HI-
try predict the outcome will be eloer U. L. C at Ocaln. tla. -u
political harmony between the ispth e L EaIch cat p t enttled to one
and west hes o ect. ThesetwoectioIt Is delegate fr every t wety meO mbers is ,
declared, will sooner or later be com- gt e aodIedtg. Dat ie. tad dItoa e-
pelled to act together politiUcally to *8 -tr a tratt of ten Or- iere
protect their interests In the making A "beM V P i"ded that 4e"y CaWnp%
of national legislation. eood adte is eatitled to atj rti
Not a few republicans are worried twO deletaal-. The coUf d0- Of
over the Hibll brand of preietlons.c eap have authorit to apPoINt d8-
If western republicans were It con- gates when their ca aait to ~eet
trol of legislation they would not dare tme- e As soon as delegate are le.t-
persist in forcing a measure Uke the ed, the autat. of Camps W at
Aldrich bill throughh Congress. They once report their na e m and those of
would fear defeat at the hands of alternates to the adjutat general at
their constituents at the first election heau e t
following the passage of the bill. 4th. The commanders and ad1hutant
Senator Aldrich is in a different OfCm@r c eR t rell ted that their at-
position. Ill bill which falls to re- nual reports to the adjutant, M t.
vise the tariff downward and protects Col. W. L.. Ditto, at Ocsals, l Iw -
the profits of-the big Interests Is just due Marich 15, 1i, most of w.heb
the kind of legislation his constltv- hav e o been -rcved. CvW644k-
ents desire. The more revision up- e of caPm t and their adjUtat aae-
nardl he can Inject into the bi the reminded that theme reports are o-
more certain he is of re-election. the -titutonal, requtrehnwft, and they ae
revision of the tariff is wholly at the b required to see to it that UI
merey of Aldrich and others. occupy- ports not heretotre t s n,
Ing like situations; for uta.tal, Bale prepared and set In at oncetet"
of Maine, Penrose of Pennsylvania, with the annual daes of flt o-ats
and in the house Payne of New York per capital for eachmem abe, o -as to
and Dazl of Pennsylva o e n nia. able him to use themi -parl-
Thus It is that the anti-Aldrich billn hi annul report to the britade tr-
sentiment o; the enintire country save eeath aIn these reports theS
the New England states, has a hard names Of the commaider ad e4jaii
time getting results. tant their pouetfflo]n adrem, the dale
of regular meetangs. aad whole"-
BEWARE her of members, the changes .t mem-
bership during the year with the
Of Ointments forCatrrh thatC t ame sof those who have*dieds
be included, also all matter Ge.1 n-
Ieral Interest relating to the camp that
As mercury will surely destroy the have occurred dur the year.' -
sense of smell and completely derange Application will hme md. for the
the whole system, when enter ing t U.ua \rate of one et h "ie e&-S -
through the mucous surfaces. Such way. or two cents per al. tor a
articles should never be used except round trip ticket, plus 25 cen to the
on prescriptions from reputable phys- railroads, which doubtless will be gft-
icians, as the damage they wil do Is en.
ten-fold to the good you can possby Committees of arrat, e
derive from them. Hal's Catarrh tiontransportation, ete, Vill be Af
Cure, manufactured by F. L Cheey pointed by Marion Camp No, 11:L
& Co., Toledo, Ohio, c. contains n er whose guests you wi be d.a
cury. and Is taken internally, actn your star in Ocala. Reduced t
directly on the blood and mucoa r will be secured at the ht ad
faces of the system. 4n buying al' boarding h bouses for delegates attnd-
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen- Ing which win be announced at"e. -
ulne. It is taken Internallyand made Let all the eam pace ti elves
in Toledo, Ohio, byF. 3. Cheme & in good standing. send their fall qttca
Co Testimonials fee. Sold ,y dru- o delegates and. by their preie-I
gists. Price 75. per bottle. Take m this t meeting one of the beat e
Hall's Family Pills for corn patl-the historyy of the Second Brie,4
MR. CONWAY FrINDS Florida Division,? U. (3. V.
MRH.S MISEINFIRUE My staff oticers and aid d* emaB
W NI-IO RIB exp5ctedl to homer the decl.
Kadrick, April 24.-Mr. T. 3. Con- with their presece. By orer rf
vay left his farm last Sunday on his E' r.Lo-t ]
way to Gainesville and returned te his Brigadier General CcmmMo-dil;
inni11 near Kendrick with a ch--|j| W. L. ItItto, ;
young lady 17 years old. She was a AdJutant G~eneal of Sbtaff U
well-to-do farmer's daughter. Mr. T.-
E. Conway's friends were rejoiced to MONEY COMES IN hU.4CHC5
?ee him return with such a beautiful A A. Chcem ntMat ^ Tjjn. 7.,
young lady. A Friend. no Hma ruo is well -wolt med
tng *'Pur a lonar tiske I~ e -*Jl1-
REMNANT BALI AT TE1C GLOBS. iaaigestiem, torped liver -lpfi

-. ^ - ."L. writes. ' conldnat uimp, bad -an -
W f1 UT lllallrsa Petite, nor ^jnhltlnm. grew weakrr
treatmat. Then -ed Ustoetxe U-


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CONTRACTOR AND I3 Twelve hotI. g.a. -
myad *time healthmasadview.. R tv
LANS Fmn n can attad to budnea evBey &W. a'S
PLANS FURNISHD a wonderful mtfien basil Sr
ON APPLICATION stomach, liver, kldhms. bleod med
P.0.Bo4 aL OCAIA. es 5 at
R*MNANT SALU AT TUE GLOB K

GEORGE FIX LAU-Nc MWOW,
vac~v-~ac. *^ gy ma 0HAIITSIIB
PRACTICAL BICK MAlON ---
Tme lama -Mey dw1," rw"f
Red &Wd Fie BUek WeM *anop to sae, swWt aad oat-
Special attention to repairing fur- bib 1% sor hiea at V' .-
naces, boiler setting and DutcI either for a short up om theV mm, tor
ovens, brick kilns and bakers a olght exsemm mor, Ab to
ovens. If your boiler doesn't ItOam poIntt on the rw r for tor 1 mg r to
as It should, send for me, I am the Palmk or Okwovll A atPe
doctor; puiot and skilled I6Ns.aGlMwa f tI
dtr"All o charge of bthe bat. Orders b ohmbe
Al wok Garae booked several days Shad ts Mai
No distance too late and no hour sme of an L agm. Clan I l D.
too late to respond. At the Carlton Mathews at the O"m Soa -.. a--
House. or phone him at WO ,19. L3-
OCAA_ MO AMONA
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hada heIfahm ass, his MI aRm S d e
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mos sucssu =901 la"Pon 110L a~ V&ta law& mef VTVkb eneta to^J S 1 2Jm ~ -W^ ^ ^; ..*
bext yllea h t. -eam o -f- -, v- -----U," h I' --- *a- .. .. ," -:_-',.>.i
the deca ie he me wI the .. o i vf Un. Aa -c t I 'l 'I "'- Iew of iS ha-.r
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.wa. mae- il M beL < A -- S- W' ""--- r----9 W w4. Hi S wo,""mdOB. ,.,w.
war appointe--d t. rqe ,- e hu a i- -. A.0 MOUSSst ,


Man k meatmBh p lie mIi-- -i. r I0A fat aI2 I wo&h"while saSS -' T..> ( .. ,
htransporl t on tobhe Sha at M 3e A g us -- f e i -n. w.ere
stat. Toamod th.feeNI.XLsuRrsNof ea ate the scpema"t001Q,








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ab ve,, S O. a day. 0SWF 3 t m* 3S, in a -D- .m t..a.
dewis went the rOetSM Mr. 0801 ,I Mro Gnubm "-".. .'I- -an tha t y- --.





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Aeas drile tsaU ol wl I U--t w --r ,i-__w.- y j a I S. "'"''.
th ereta iDvl1i a tee.~ h hm ~ a dwo e a vrtow he wa hihi at be,,-,mI ... u _,_
Odd F bou.n Yr Iacksoelllo* usa theI~h -m uS 'b Se", t I en S .W h rtis 115Iis. van u a, s---" h.. ...emmer. .._,. ...

clbXALL hisd -p h t m l.toW SW,=
1 f h s e e f 7 !..he l# 'p- I HAS ...U.. the av e regf.? iatw9"
cln.The s work of the saeJrapssuvile te V00 adViW IpredadDeai Et 10hde cm. our mnagofhsm itoa A















rga. egL wuoase.ry to tm- to -s-aas w: g me at
was toi sethem at et. tobBin.th elJ.q. moa rDds i t etnr nde Sno o ltO" th gd o'b e, A NJic *
tur tomak I lafulfo rvereif Quanettuml0djt thisW.untry.1














REMNANT BABh AT THBpliB -- mii A-LL Xh lY ster iil tWts YA fin. in es Mk him 4,g | hi "Ma V11 a#
aoe Lewis andt he r. W1s IUi I A- eiW S e toldat e t h a tte Ii -l ntO S tJ

sRervtrs of c et, ic the s& I mr A08cftt- Ili upj n ofT t ci t



Satrday fromte Soutch Floida, 8au. JUNK 5S6U AN WLD IMto NoHia c-trty*mgadi. B Cheumbl f e rs Ina haito ith.,e ctaimty f Wlnlpgsm JIj7WU8 /5 I *r '* U .5-*.A
prisners up tora 10, theaw Ta aa Chftr mon14 10 lloomB nilf Cel* -.4 ft" h"ree 4adteo 011eWa ta ab tde oloao .~
Be-bed the... nI d gVCi6mu dIId
fewdisg+ wc ent soMOSBn; ft= -311 8"lBe fmoot us. fIt vevy Imam
.unabo with3in.fa mily. whis l Ie. 9 ajjat any mesure for e btsm.






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RMNANT al. SAEAT E ,GLOMBEo. of 7 "e onuitr ri a UM fIr omHe MAth In s-,t o;-h-is







ra, nothe het othe wlI f 6K I ue I- M e .. .ae y ---.m-wit, I ad s a ..... o r t I -I
Jonas Diggerswas upbum lae shof s -u very l ama the 4*6uu U














WTh e hdrd aa m idw Ilk S 3 aMI n o T0- a0ecr.et .. o f. "- w --his Is dun e tot r l m
Pras n iu e won the 1 th 2 pi OI ata.m 4 a wr tway .. h 1 *
As to bebeiltin freoel the tatco tbh 156k AT TM d th In were hwaesed to heisvw aW







henry's ehom of the m ako eu a .t a t I Of A J Ue a We3 i10, ARe ek S"an- the .e.... ....t bo .e e 'e
$a ratebneni twdrede to.th ttepolea* ftff Mi aQ I d. Ii N rw.tain ety:ee yE, euvst., S= .-'*
,a i of lo .f r- ,. In-f. .

__ __ __ ,The__Oise Th....ad th c o-rg-h.eown In wh sk IL
frm lakerewan, ws i t ownM111 SIb u .i 06 4d,00 111611ao; e ansnais gemin0 t a .
hr wu~hmwto seahIWO"reads-that
teai rgl o rPters vf I, borgmre ltlow tr~ougwh hsdath he y s'01ade
ladt w h t-t A aene Rf tra hudsh at taftm udnityges u t ib sryeswt
R LX A L L theg'Sowow Is Wnht1is ed -is this and n ly litle augher.f
Th (puetscoo do~. wdy ase~ti. ~-he9 mtsd lank at MGMd. ay8&LoCAGieTEDIm Oam;Awa *04.
RpedI t, sof conitrcwsthe amu s oepft UM IIW s M ooiaes n emiteoM 11m P06t 0
Steracher Sou ~th lrda f. AIM AGUGM *D 8 ~E" NSA.to Ad-i 8 ailt Net .Wetsee
Suday fro h Grhifamin ly. Th. doct JL r eate. -a 526W4 bandIMhe is ns es Iswow ton Vea' tsaiwft mapmC_=11
Willsvrturtdwoshs m ate*o, -ghmbhis nteof st at&SUm.t rIsewt h
locale.He has sreralvlaces i StoW.USA Gum sad. ill Mi t h~ neat In pe at hgigou sA oect I
REMAN SUDATT=GL W 6AiUli!bkOl@iiRMU III&Y Pesm he wsNa 'Aew w ftla
Jonas -ms sraiggels was, up35-he morda d tMloateha611a1106-.Li~
Re. . etle pstr bohew ~ A && pra.teaaDY~tStt krs so I rto ov aned tup tan ffosInthme sN tat leaW
dayr nrghtyandswer edte T IspaSile A mabmhp ha aietTh m-elcedokes ur utyer depruefo uemtoUer ts.at.b
grassineditorial n the b TamaCai- wee46L An I Immo- sVCuf.A Hteprsduto h glamd ctmat he ba n o idedIII lcate
N ober of uilmmerc the stolut ftem d"tmeuSed b ow ds i mi at Ih5U latlslmilnokwfIte a.'~~n
Havngy'thoe betnfthe Ia Itmmll hbe U Sbs.1106.i 60s;F. 100in Lk Cty mttd to 19, n if M. thatSOtiM_
abgreataConvenience to a* 311V 3. aww so do 40s11aess" a s2. T u"rn- hestanevrmed a daub teram i lJL..A... .
REMNANT SALEAT T110 OB& mm4 U SO 1111, bu140 LlMdel;03 ats an i or ee n i m ssLII,- 5UU>
m1._ __ W.Boin, heaA;C hrieogm. elusue very ftwcaes o f i ipto r t V111611s tida s g
niwayto areet.onPecetytnee h A ISL ? G erbyadtreasurer;o delergat e a to In tohis emt iesh erifa tow J
hsheniralanfth e ha inglhdeaboM at-Imgh A I andaaBner'Aecais.LT e lating hewas netopul haLse


School by the junior damsat the hbam oleA sM MMBTnu D- ; 'Ier~ate. W. C. Lews; side or tIe other, Iad he has ree .II 7
of Col S. M. Sparkmaa, TI, .- T.0 mOraUtlom* v pre idemt o of essafu aboe the a .ere a- ".-i" ''
Franoes Chamber., formerly it t OC VAm& la dh tHin Aawima Bankas Association, Mr. H. vMi hi case.. hIn 10 hi e4e1t-f
city. was voted the beat ea-emiatkW Y-. Tuuf In Ciol e -L ed sad aSeed his St torm to the
list of an the girls who atadeL -l eat N Meot ata P emeasei lelslatmre. TbouIh a of tihe yag-
-a, M a T. *-inmn, R Ooala, Key amt and eat members, of that seselh be ma MOO
REMNANT SALE AT T=E W0 C MmM i5 heMvs were priced In nominaton a good record; he was &t member at ns
MrO t rm 7mhaT 5 tor the ple for holding the next the Judiciary Mr. E. L .ateo wbo "F to low g at th. a.,odatim. .Pe,,- nine lawyer heated aftat twodoom
district 1Sunday school work, *i bass k hem mtn fteasca~n en ielweseetda tto4
edc Sunday m horingat w. ht *i ai I s in a- 8 Tea a eftmptBed the eri w sM the Second lawyer mernmbe of that-a the Dri '-
ed Sunday morattt at the Mel. TIM toat heBit remlted as fol- chaiams a the committee thatk eat 7t4&t i k
church. nade a short talk te te> b .. -Vm-mt a* 0 N b5- IWo: Oml-,'; Kay West, O. *pm- beio I Bg s. T. Wil li Bratet
day school and In the aft.orSn- iS mee ; hmlle 5A9' The mc. m.comBy, now Jidce at the k &-htb c- a,
the school. In the evey 1Aft 2 *.- em U otto the selecton of Pins- ber of the aomltteeanO o woMtlms1

m.y y e. .S r"as tO' -. u r&% r~ ?:. B ^- Hille, n. C.. and wilomake T.vumi a-. g ten Is a we i ntt mc. gosi to ai;. m -.. 'y a a etiittilofma aemTt-
dr~esses nth state ontv theYo.C .1u hSa ""^ ^5>" P ^S5 SM Se ~*e er thins. Ifts a habit caused lees, showit9 that to hi tat amfiss K2 -^-t I'^ K^H^ H


moveeterh eunI m oun ~ ev b 51 F45w fysfn ew So the heede m. it5 St '_ W
studied. iiwssii ... s us tng 1 (5 he t m e S imm-, a W lis
EueeBrnetXALL of.. -,i.** I ' m &Sm o a Sik if's ,
the church, ialng out pans"S sax- 1 4W a*w.a*.'& Sik CIO* (1~


M ,ri M A wei ha be the asa f U. e waa..- ,e a&M a i
caled the new Bapitaft cshu aK D~4 ium*Ba^^. tpp-i -s be -"' "*upe, aBtoga.lea- stoc mom collecegn pay for istS' the satae(mi!. itti 135B1a W"~ '*- ISS
nelos last night. Thaeui tft sM* s *"* >". tics. sle headachehiieummyaeas, an km H. wa, retuttaed to t-e It- Be w sitbit -5 *halc -jb '^ltit SB
crowded to the doers. Ther w 7 3W1' s'mo an b 'T S EvlS truls.^ Mr four who joined wim a a.- .. At-Mao-pey Drugtore. d r.o. ai that sem' that se- he tpeitm e #M_
e In ethe. twate an gea 3L C A, ft l a* am 06 g the yr thne hm 'ta Is the hodse. Aanyn utZ he oa
st OW A "W M

moment b eer. t we a 110..Til A A A 3 OBE DIVO Law wa peed a to be a candti tta. Iatele..date teri |*
s t uUdiek U 1 *. .. 0yo of the wu 4=6 a the __ _f e
RENN SAL AT-V im lawUJUS WITH ThE EAGLE ." -t*te~m lay ~q>fih/t jU B ^
The State daakeo A7It" *fedam 6 ^ am .' or fUr-m te w,46
ventlon at UT __t l- w~. iw msr ie oTiem AID'S a.^~~~ s.-Isht Equitalble ^ ^ Sad ^'S bm iBi^ ^
pe". .a..es"ea t e an so res t u rewbh_---s. :5 of I5 v,
grand seuocse-. It wa wa.... .-ut" -h npe "i "g ? .e "a t a to "
anciaa"number of quedo aftleus t *iA- 1 V da wm t s . tehe &x*ath St, as was
portance to b Takers wire nml iA, tift sia cia%'ompny" -s Tia k*8INflasv X eA h Ceo R so,
proposedlawhet oTsugM moma&wogo* -24or f SwU
Tor he iedb asoftftsa wass amosepow roxt mgoody.pra-i Ljo s. beWte tf beth of wato
be b ete. It wee a as@=" gwumes i of-1e .










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*ENAU"%SA* AT TME GLOBE
a most Wdomiisv vealu&


aron MAW ysVIA AT TX GLOBE
m a won Kea qDo limi t1e"tThur" 11%0L

Agents A.Frank,tMgr. p Oai, FM. SAXALL
are dems a4 wilv cure any case
o m 10' 0dr.. h Price 2 aC.
Las d B 3 i I a t alaew e.
MhNANT S*ALE AT THE GLOBE.





Oer ot o . Plank's ChUI Tonic, garanteed to
care chillsa" fever, 25 cents.
Mr. M. R. Robtaon left for Fort
IP Myers@ this afternoon.
REMNANt SALE AT THE GLOBE.

PI A .Mr. Wf. M. ote went to his orange
S. WHITE LINEN SUITS . grve" "w resburg this afternoon
A 81i0l~6s Baseball Guide for 1909

REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
Mr. A. A. McLoud of Jacksonville,.
3Thky anr dksd e ft ft o. Is at the Montenam*.
i Sri I short order meals promptly sedved
a a t the tk Cato.
S TW! E UN E. REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE

eiA i4 *a d 1B if b 1 bMr. D. H. Pettys., of McIntosh, la a
guest of the Montezuma hotel.
ehes ha,. bUS 1 ~i'~ FPOUND-A large folding store key.
s3 h Ci u aiue li YApply to Marshal W. C. BulL
f Iimt b lt bn ftw b REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
$a of f ft M r. W. J. Edwards spent Sunday In
X 4f t b a l pre y > I the city a guest of the Oeala Hause.
am "MN ".4 l' ~ U S or doses W will cure any case
acu ^ ^- of Chills and Pever. Price 26c.
1"r U ib euulmato p U REMNANT SAL AT THE GLOBE.
Mr. D. L Aupper of Zolfo. Is a guest
I aB t the Ocala House.
S. V Best So cent dinner In the city at
the0k rtCafe
R EXALL
Mr. W. M. Igon,. of Eustis la at the
OH GOcala Hou*se.
STampa Dvening Times on sale at
the Ocala News Co. d
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
THEUNDERSELLIft4O 5:0*1:.. rMr. NIJ. Crook spent Sunday in
4, Palatha with his brother and sister.
Ph.e o r send your prescriptions to

RI\MN T AL NTAUAT THE GLOBE.
A Mr. C. L. Anderson of Holder came
*up yesterday. He reports his wife
*Jg ivrlwr rete eitag her. health.


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S"l-r typewriter? R. C. Davis & o.

REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
Marshll MacDavid has left the
S. ou. .ndry and taken a pouiion with the
big mill at Lockhart
,
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
Mr. aid Mrs. Othmlel Lucius have
O d Tove tInto one f the cottages near
Sthe expreek office.
a Pleak's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
$100 cure h ds anud fever, 26 cents.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
Peytme BaHey, who is npw running
Ua a loeootite for the Mattel Lumber
Co., spent Sunday in town with his

Z75 Iparents
REXALL
S Thee w.il be ice cream supper
ivet bzy the aes of the Baptist
ose elich of Antimoy on Tuesday night,
Kay Stmh. verybody invited.
la oar pre rrption department, we
SIU to 'ofter you both prmptnej and etofle-
9 fo 4 lene. "The Court Pharmacy.
* -i iin rane sde.s resh stock Schles-
sla best. ln pound and half
1 ia'ket pomadh. at Ballard's news and fruit
D saIt rd.


SI CarienneHe ampton, me of
m GIe Osa vle's popular young society
,S gtr, will arrive in Ocala next week
to vi t 'be aa nt Mrs. George Croa.
SOlt Hf Nltw -resldene of 8 rooms
a South nThird street. Apply to Dr.
A Th at the Montezuma hotel or to
wauk *t to. 4-14-tf
M- w W other Weatherm returned this
-af'teneaofrno a delightful week-end
Y7,,+ visit to Mrs D. S, Woodrow.

Mei s. WIU Jeffcoat and Roland
..c.. eh went out to fltchton Saturday
A foaftenoon sad spent the night with
.,i*'~th Mr ilt lu h. father. Mr. n R Itch.


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isrm. -^'~si~1 'k~m -^-
2e1,i27.wa&--...k
was an Semeasse. em .r
kw-
Ing. The M rasma |
object lasse m ssp4 I PWAboumm
amesteal tablet aa ant L
ras a brief study a tbe A -
e s, the great 3apWO
Saaday the Juaim R
"Lemause DayW with ao 5
gram. Annte =Po h
expected to take lm a I thew*-
erises. m t ere r dyk Iw
o'clock promptty than inddly
Its basinse meetge a .
Mis Florenue WsISS t,
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I .Y. P. U. W -
The Baptist To-m Pes1les
rendered a Yery iasAi-
last aight. Mr. O'y, wb the
Kean Lumber Co,4 was psnetI l '
sickuess, to assume Mhis isame
program and Mr. LP. Ballard t k his
place most aseeptMiy. Thi BI ea
quartet sang wel. Mrs. We Goto
read a delightful little Sineseary
story, and read It wen Mra. Plha1-
sang a solo sweetly and Uj W. T1r
Hood told of the pess ge t the
amendment to the eoastitaulis by the
legislature and the asenes and Cael-
dents of that thrilling dramatle piece
of legislation. She told how happy
she was, that her heart asng for Joy.
'because it gave the people of Florida
an opportunity to pass on this vIt
question.
Ms. Hood referred to the fact that
on her way '.- *-# *Wte capital fbe
met up with a Tamp% dlegatlmo of
25 ,.'rs.-A who uent to oppose the
an .ld.&c iat aid the IciPdental report
that the wets had 4 million dolars to
frustrate the desires of the drya
She spoke of the packed senate
chamber; Senator MacWIRH ~'a mas
terly speech in favor 99 th -,
ment; the equally dtamatk inb
of the action of the houe o retp-
sentatves on the measure; of the
magnificent speech made by Afa i8-
burn, of Palatka, in Its tavor a"I hl
grand tribute to the women io their
efforts to redeem the state tfro the
ruinous effects of the Hqusr traflc.
MacWlllamo', of ft. Augustime, reply.
when he spoke of the obortsw
beauty" who had Invaded the atate
capital, to Intimida t the ember of
the legislature on this meaure. "An
array of beauty indeed, when *very
one of the women present were ia-
haired matrons." But the mure
passed and In that there was lory
enough.
Mrs. Hood said that she did not
know that the presence of the W. C.
T. U. womeh had a thing to do with
the passage of the amendment; tat
most of the members had pledged
themselves for the measure dartng the
campaign and while their champloas
In the contest had their sai flesow-
ers and prayer, it was a most grat-
ifying ending.
Mrs. Hood spoke feelingly and elo*
quently and to the great pleasure et
her hearers.
President J. W. Alken then said the
state convention, of the B. .. P. U.
would shortly be held and next Suap
day night delegates would be chosen
to attend said meeting, and wanted all
who could go to hand in their nme
The society now number IN mea-
bers and there should be enough young
people in tlO congregatloa to raise
the number to 15*.
RECALL
W. C. T. U. MNaIINS
On next Wednesday afteroom thee
will be held a very L..patat mst-
Ing of the W. C. T. U. In t -he Meth-
odist church to hear the report of the
-committee who went to Tataassee,
composed of Mrs. H. C. Pakham, Mrs.
S. A. Standley, Mrs. Van Hood and
Mrs. L. A. B rford. ,
CANTALOUPE BASKETS
We have a solid carlad of eata*-
loupe baskets In Aur watebouse and
can make the very lost posalde
price on them. Mcdver & Maftay.
We often wonder how amy perse
can be persuaded into taking aay
thing but Foley's Honey sad Tar for
coughs, colds and lung trouble. Do
not be fooled Into aeopting "ows
make" of other substitute. The sge-
uine contains no harmful drug and
is in ,a yellow package. Bold by all
druggists.
Mrs. Charles Mathews will leave
the 15th for Oklahoma, where she wll
spend the summer with hef -Ighter.
Mrs. G. TYancey, who fis io OW.I
homa City. Mr. Robert Mathews wil
accompany his mother ai spend ai
month with his brother-i-law tan
sister. '


We have a most eIqustte ae et
fancy Imported china to UA ,at.
ferent pieces. The Aati-MnGoply

Mr. C. McLean of Co at, wus at the
Oeala Houme yesterday -d today.
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- ~than praoiw. -The R~*aat
Of Childree 4nnO- &ega
aaw re-xO" -_O

taxg so= rturned twehIGN 0"
la1ke Welir, where tbay~
over8uiymet.~ "~"
a. woediw.
Mimaa-mde .T*ap* whe -tu em
wInter term ofat colm St bvMIM1 W
closed Ftiay, bAMretme4. i

Kim Dorethy C&Wula. whe has Ise ii
vdMw gbet elser, Mm, uats~
, as wil rtMai ~ io

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Eyesight Ipwed l. 'a 0" tw7,
D. LD. M. n

ote Rom:rs: 9 to 1) IL
1:36 to 4:U p. ML 'LOWl R
mad laboratory. reis-24CAlf

iMr. R. ft Nall weir f Still
afteraooa on ,mtI oeos Ii
his dIltirent hivestamets aHt part
of the sta.
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Ten yea=s eype! ence.em e
musi'b house i Uk l...
2t. A. IA 1 t hg .
Dr. aC.n- R t,-- .t.. I&i w-
day afternoon ftr wa. i
where he aa been as bme1 is
p"t ten days. Be. ft"it ws r
cold mtherefthe f e

used in Hgh Grade Pamit aost Uit
rom twelve e t eighten doftBa-s W
to&. Pu re Leat sata Pa. em at
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enrich the -m4..MIaZWUatL.yew *0
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TOP that makes it poWeUa fo dBpf ed wBMrkkiMs .
Made inthree sizes. Sold oAwlrwithbrwidu.
out Cabinet Top. If not at your dle's L
write our nearest agnqcy.


WHAT A BANK .DOES

There are many ways in which it serve the
public, but the one now most valual pW-
haps, is to help with loam We will meet the
needs of conservative borwenu.


The Munroe & Chambliss Bank


(INCORPORATED)
T. T. Mnnroe, Pre&. Z.0. 0. CMaIF V. Pus,


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COMMERCIAL BANK,


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TNE DEPOSITORS U TMl K
Are the merchants, the professional and sue*s-fll m a I w
the city, the farmers of the surroundilg territry.
We accommodate all classes. Our castesa. fmrept tfMl n- MA
women who have built and are stil build ing NRIuul mtr
We solicit a share of your business.


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LeadigV 4bide De.alr
of Cenral Floridak
As nintMei d .1 3k WVaginas, kcu,
a=4 Carriages cadrAni m
hnumSatLM bks, MlUi I O
cafrric by a fird~ass ue d1SkMobsiW is lowpm
Ules Erm 6c adksoIead dwqs h bn d dd wry
West Prices
We cim sue m NWn ya ~w anb b
bWr wr siaL
Aginb hr mW kbeftadgiki.-ndo
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40 a tnaMOM himfr keepem to
(Ml an tke away. Of coms I
am nt iae the car and 8 out be.
bre an- these peob MM with o omer
es my I I w reay to Iso to an
fmt gomt or anywbhere es p-
vow ted beo me u. S0 1
t as hr back In the carnage as I
eOla mad owed
Vwh the ok came t guard
ded bM edar, and a macame
bee be car.
aft o owe.
Oft nt =cW," I sad. &Tve lost
my tmn e outf the window."
ThEts an ight," he mid; "come
Leat iat my llp Do yea want to
io me oet In tis ecoamonr
Oft JW -r I*xctlame, taking In
0* itmenm a2 TSM to the man be-
_i tdm he aied, 00 to the ambe-
lam ml p-C mm Ubankesb"
When the hanketa came he wrapped
a "-is o al Imy ,and beam
msi me thwmi the crowd to the
me, pat me In and drue fl
I we the bpe man the three
00 -nebt sopNW2=I Was ca
1 be ba whirfat a wl"ebk&-
Sbe otm oeldeal "ma*e heSam
blow ML In*blankets -pa
frommy W lwmathere I wv"In my
Abbibl & lwa mplf ftlfm


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lo so UKIWamama 1,~m Ades-

I bow -6 amrOfAloem m
Sqtw -mu soto befte I*
.v z trd oIiinl d I eVIt want
- s hare W mtay ameranc
W o f so am&. Into the goo-
in we keveffr fedr^Mm. tl atbesee
el, tb m1hm m 41 travel are and-
w lm u Inl li I 3.
Wtee I w me iia m tI Bsid 1 j
Ot led v" m iI rNy. rd
ud i AmAelm whe I eoe- -int
ld onm I eatch B I dIkt
mom Is -ri tame deer In a pove.
I a ghmfts a Wuld momeIna
SMt I wet dtuck on the lef oa
ft pI fng lO g ak sme of the
80m 1eILon". 1 browed
mm* laIbse-ae ,ad tI"k a t ain,
f Goe at a sa m wown o .eth
m m ma at rem. An
ONmWOMINIS lli AM I
sBeo dmqtxearlmefto beieethere
wat LIthelest part sdll to
mL is bm at any 6s or game ito
Raganfd that doesnt belong to some
m mawslyto abig kG who anmew
-o 00 WO wmi ge and manght wNl
Aso a thimud pum aW
I -t do"sby the side af tet stream
t mortal hours without seeing my
cork bob moe. Tbm 1 leaned my back
nup o t a ar, dlfl hioldit on to
my r awe.nt sleep. I was
tawabred by a distant railway whis
Ssl muddeMly ocured to me to
take te va es tn" to Lodon. I
1-1pe up to a bony, retee in my
be" med&,e ar the ato, jut
fldillttnstL. Th r iwere a ma
oid a womae in btthe R ONutment I
i ni a nr oermir e aw set N ng
0141ySel 9emtlmne my asp whenthe
w-m -t up i an to bowl fer
te SmOL He Miett eom quick
MMS 06 hu ar.mdlepalldthe
OWL 2%toolkdow" vup6 and wen
the am* sn slng trying to 2te
00 whmt wOe doma-lr, Ae &ered:
Let m Let me usti Qulek"
BomeleM the 4oas, and she got Into
in Of thend aso also
views aft aben time.
The askWOt Ka, em. I was was
dft _Wha ibd beams& tWem who
I I Rn t tcle my wtm I
*anma Ctm a sack Mat Them I
Naw ait tae ole with tem. They
SMea aMeM heal to toot, crawled
40OW my sot fp myrileevs ml my
W4meI was tome a of t ose
I-ie i way abl
~-4k a m a myuila of ante getting
btw n my dlhsm and my In e very
us@d. IW Fd bme am a smnile
AIndma =fwy r ha ve Soe Into
thf bhpig ear, otrpPA -Ad takenn
thm Ietover, there being no
.a um mymif in be esprmemt, I
tarted to Set of my outw r elothb.
k f my 0at, I shook tt ot of
be wbew. Th dil e eame with
my el -m Wmb I wshoabakiNg h
ftsem be "oftdIm acurve, ae
a biMk M I &gped my trouMers.
I aloel for reS at my situatim.
It owammcv been bad emoug In
LAdhib but to Beglai, wore be
PuI t M aanm Ml tnyl sme somemm
bef wfth bb dootha awry, the

ommoo anf P O*fstumle, wasO myN
radval Ing Jmb. In that coadImo
wil-l~i 6li*UIF ba de. iE Xit the M al Om^

Ixti t uhi t-tL to lcrr oIut o
-ral thl me fnt igeult o
etthm. Atmastodon I sawaprey
gill ee s- and beohr. she pot to the
door l bgan to talk glbbeilu and
.l, It -r isum fIy, hut I tsQ
ym there was mething; ftanny I It at
belnM. Ia this way I scceeded tI
-hfeii pghi away, an at last, It



ugede itt-n bef gualtha thereo
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WUuER CtLOS" aCUMSL6
The BmNU lado e mdou gSam
it" Bect May af t t a t da Cde eew'
aftinaMo emgpt Ihtauays. OB Jaon
1st the schedule vW be s above ez-
eWt th0t an ThnbI afteo m &e
sten will do" all t 8fdoL. Am we
uubersts ift, 5- a lCam-w stam
are am t. wcl.d.M t this ye r.


Mtiseek Is cied by rbsnnti
of the mandes eltne neckdI ft ism ao
ally co ed to m- ai,. o to the
back of the naeck and easida. W e
It aoft quite npniL quik irei"
may be bad ,y ppbft C(mbs-
IiS TArIwnmt 4 4 a mawe at v -
mati. t Ja u Iw a iatma treat-
merL Wlm. tha Iss lo fever sd no
*we= I B t Mnudar "a *ebrhik
vwi accomplish moeo than W Iter-
nal treatment. 2

LWr mAin
mlo im iIU

*R.ss, IUmsviLa, Ky." aK r6n,
aeount 9>outher B48"ist Ci*-
tie Ttkts an le May 1., 11,
12 ad 13. Final limit Ma 22,
1909.
$17A.5, Asheville, N. ., and "rtu,
account National Association T.
P. A. of America. Tickets on ,mle
May 28, 29 and 80. FInal limit
30 days from but not Including
date of sale.
W7AB, LoaUsvile, Ky., and retur,
account annual siom Anciea t
Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets on ale June
5, 6, 7 and 8. F Inal limit June
17, 1909.
$1T45, Asheville. N. C.. and return
account International Conventem
Baraca ad PIathes. Tickets Om
Bal June 17 and 18. FInal limit
June 265, 199.
$1425, Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count Amican A-49ft5n of
OpUticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
1909.
$17^ Ashevile, N. C., and nturu.
account Dramatic Order Knihts
of Khoramsaa, biennial meeting.
Tickets a on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 2C, 19.
For full information and sleeper
reservations cM on any agent Sea-
bosatd or. write to S. C Boylstoa,
Asmt. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T.
A., Ocala Fia.
FISH AND OYSTERO
I receive every day from CryWta
River choice oysters, both In ie and
Gulf oysters, salt &ad freeh water ask
and mullet. I can give you the bet
In sb any oyster, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. -Phone 219 city aket;
second stall on thb lest 1-2N-tf
WILLIAM *i Ua.3U.K.


CASTOR IA
It laftf n"0111M
umi .Ua m Atpln

DBrnsthe
Signature of

THE STANDARD MAGAZINE
OF THE MUSIC WOLD
For the Tse her, Student and Amateur
Each Issue contains:
24 pages of new and standard music,
vocal and In.t.u.jetaL (Retai value
at least $3.)
48 pages of nterestmc, Inspiring
reading matter, and advertising of
value to ,y~up<.Inu and music lovers.
Special departments' for Teachers,
Singers, Violinists, Organists. Chid-
ren, etc.
Subucruptie Pri. $1.50 -r Year
Send 15 &et. i. stamps for a sample
copy. Catalogues of music and musi-
cal Instuz.nts sent upon request.
OVER DITION COMPANY .
Publisherss
150 TSemoE S T eTs asBE


ARTICLES OF INORPORATbOM
AND PROPOSED CHARmTE OF
FLORIDA ROCK COMPANY
The undersigned Itein g m= prm*
posing to organise a corporations ler
the general laws of the stale t f iet-
Ida relating to corporatioms t peait,
and the acts of the legislature umn.
atory thereto, hereby maim ad pub-
lish the following artdeim of meo-
poration aad proposed barter, V:
I
The name of the e'poratlo ha
be FLOMA ROMK COMPANY, a"
Its principal place of bsini shall
be at Ocaa, in Mari county, PMr-
Ida, with branch ofiSom at sAc etbh
places as the board of diretMArs
may from time to time I in d1
n
The general nature of the u
to be transacted by the co eporatio Is
to buy, own, sell, acquire, leans, mort-
gage. and otherwise dM1 In Ia,.
Umber, buildings store, paving m
Jetty Tock1 =ad sock othr jsp
as may be Incident to the Ml
character of Its busli m 2% eob-'
pany will engage in gumereml ami
,of mining, selling and hlplin bled-
Ing stone, paving reek a" Je rock,
and phosphate r eck sad sock atr
valuable deposits. It -ill engge in
the business of a general no-Uedataom
of public works, road and eet bebd-
Ing. couAielo W of buldIagsM, cm-
crete work, Jetty wk and railroad
consLwtlon and budg. The eome--
pany will also own and coustrosk, an-
make contracts for the budft of
trainams, log roads lumber road, ISadi
railroad spur tracks not to be sed a
commercial railways, a @d hall e
power to buy, acqulre. mortgage eow.
and sell such pretty as m be -
cessary and Incifdet to Its gu l
business of mtnlngdsl semo mrk
for building urmposes@,midninMg
sellin phosphates, amd egging 4
general coultaeUlag business.
U'

The amount of Mpital stock *
thorised Is the sum of twe-ty tbma
sand dollars, which I be i l
Into two hundreds s lre the W
value of one hundred dollars eaOh, a*
said capital stock shaD be palld I as
follows, to-wit: tan per eemt. of sold
capital stock san be paid tn ao at
the time of the organisation' 09 ae
company after receivingn its ct',
and the remainder'will be MlO I n
conveyance to the company of wPmp-
erty consisting of lands and p6ml
property, the just asd true valuaim
of which will be equvalent to the re-
mainder of the eapti* stock not paid
in.
IV
The term for whIch tbe muponi es
shall "Ist Is twensy-1V ysaa.
The okincers who wll mbW ie l4
business of the cOmNpny VIff be .A
president, vimepesident and sU&1W1 .
and treasurer, sad a board of t e
directors, all of whom -an d be U
at the first annu meeting of the or-
poration, and yeasmy Wtberealte a
the names of the oticrs who w-ll
conduct the business of the eomot
until thoee elected atbe te st elMitl
shall be qualIfied, are, P. W. DB2,
president: W. A. Moorebad, vIM
president; and C. sUvtAgatSM seo-
retary and treasurer.
VI
The highest amount of 2t bef-
mess of liability to which the osepuis-
Uon can at any tine a40039t 1I--
will be the a mount of captl stock t4
the company auounsed a"d up" t
any one time. and utn the an
of capital stock Is t haged sad
amount of Indebtedness or Uabddy
shall be twenty thousand doars.
vn
The names and rexlMes at eS
subscribers and the amount of the
capital stock subserued by each, are
as follows:
r. W. Ditto, Ocala, Pta., lee s~ns
W. A. Moorhead. Ocala. Pta, i ae s-e.
C. MILtvlngstonu Ocala, Fla, M shares,
Witness the hands aa seals a tNe
Ianorperators this the th a ey
March, 199.


A. W. Ditto6 CBSBO.
W. A. Moerbead, (0 .
C. I. LvIston, (SluL
State of Florida,
County of Marion.


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PERT PAUPI .
Nobody Nke a oft
them be who act m wet -u mwil
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let worth wliL
A knocker wint ceases afl sea now
lug ties.
A society man is me whe ba e
buulness i the world.
As soon a the Imponi bappmius It

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and the doto nmn do esnaft ISr It.
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FOR RENT-A seven room house at
Stanton, furnished with bes. chairs
and stove, opposite the Pasteur store,
formerly the Stant Perri home. Ap-
ply to John Pasteur, Stanton, Pia.
Mr. F. G. Fritts, of Oneonta. N. T,
writes: "My little girl was greatly
benefited by taking Foleys Orino
Laxtive and I think It is the best
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Foleys Orino LTaxtlve Is
best for women and children, as it is
mild, pleasant and effective, and is a
splendid spring medicIMne, as it
cleanses the system and clears the
complexion. Sold by all druggsts.
LOST-Between 3. & C. Bank and
Troxler's. a gold stick pin, twisted
knot with pearl center. Reward will
be paid for its return to this office.
DeWitWs Little Barly Risers, the
best known pills and the best pills
made, are easy to take and act gently
and are certain. Sold and recom-
mended by anll druggists.




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