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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 6, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID03160
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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skilled workmen with modern sp
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From SuEpe, Where They Have Vin-
dicated Ameria's Clahe to
J. vetive Leadership
LOnden, Mary .-WIbur and Or-
ville Wright, after being the sensation
of Tmdon for a week past. salled yes-
terday for New York. During the
past week the Wrights have been
died and feted sad made much of
Sby -promIent Londoners. Their pres-
epce l London furnished columns of
"copy** for the newslper men.

and are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises. bumps, burns or
calids. Don't neglect such things-
they may result srioasy If you do.
Apply BalsCt's f ow Liniment ac-
cording to diesetkss right away and
It will relievem the pain and heal the
treMbe. Prime 6e, 5.. and $1 at the

Xtd-auapolbW, May .--Arthur stitt
4 NMo. tta Stroud, two yoUng
m w this morning found dAd
bi bNOWgy in which they were out
la night. It Is believed that
h.taea.mtni o mn poisoned the girl and
,h0 Arak a portion of the poison
I M ftlfilling a threat be had
mb that If she spurned his love he
woM kill her and then himself.
. headache as welt as older women,
b"tt *ll git telok relief and prompt
ew" from Dr. JKing's New Life Pill,
the wuM'r bet remedy for sick stand
ittta headaches. They make pure
Mood and strong nerves and build up
yoer health. Try them, e at all

"A' May Hae Let of Fun if .e Ever
Esespes hf r41Hi LoAvin
ematantlnople, May 6.-An inven-
try ae on the property In Tildix
palace shos "bank iotes on which a
value o more than $ S2.1". is plac-
ed. A large quanUtity of Jewelry valu-
Sat more than 12W was alee dis-
4eeed. Papers among Abd*l eamid'a
k dsets show that the deposed mblan

et is Afre d tW H w Wales
Cleim Tested is th Oeate*o- e

Ta-iahsseeW May r.-After a lot,
debate the measte yerterl kwIded i
Harris bill wib was Intended to e-
able the Wadtes claim to be t ougst,
agatlast the state through the courts.
'the vote. to ldedtiWy postpone the
me-ure stood 14 to 12. 1
Senastr Harris epoe for over an
bowr and lsmenntly argued for the
rights of at0 WalMs and for the pos-
a e of the U in oMr that suit
highft be broIught aalu the state be-
fore a Jury Ia a state court.
Speaker Farris has appointed the
fou"Atommittee to receive Ulnted
sats Seaater Money Mismfsippt.
who Is to adidre the bou Saturday
on the BaPrd dteraunose measure;
Messrs. Caldn. C Thornton of the
houe, and fleator Beard, the latter
as an honorary member of the com-
The house baa pass, Informally, a
bill by Representative Lght of Mar-
Ion, providing K. penalty for shooting
alligators or bUimpkin along the banks
of the Okiawaha river.
The boae lt entey postponed the
bill creating the otfee of pardon at-
toraea and made another stab at the
wetdemeat of tMI Walles claim by of-
ermg a comuIrrt resolution ap-
pointing a committee or three from
the senate and sx from the house to
confer with Walfe and, it possible,
saee on a settlement.
lestroostien May be Adepted
Death by the electric chair and
Jacksonville as the place of execution
for all condemned prisoners In the
state, will be the result if the bill In-
troduced In the house by Represen-
tative McKenxie should become a law.
The bill provides that the electric
chair shall replace the gallows for le-
gal executions, and appropriates $1.-
9 for the equipment of such a chair
in the Duval county Jail. where all re-
ceiving the death sentence will be
-taken to be executed.
No More Nightcaps
Representative Pattishall of Hills-
borough introduced a bill prohibiting
the aole of liquor between the hours of
* p. ~ a nd a. m.
Of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Think of It! And every bottle
leaeidng suffering and he
human teing to health happiness!
This wonderfulhJebold rmedy
stops the a of sprains, burns or
br tise relieves rheumatisma or
It c ares colds, cramps,;
c'!i. diarrhea.. There ought to be a-
bottle on youa shelves just now. ready
for the fart sign of trouble. The new
slie bottle Is 35 cents and there is
also the SO cent size. Be sure your
drigglt t gives you Perry Davis'. 2

ionte a bm h D plotted to met, I want to-&sk ft r
P thought and Investigation of, this i.ea
ntezUIa -ubersop on the part of the business and i pro- ....
-- fesslona men of Florida. With Intel- PITTSBURG ORAFTEIS
In Conaecdlo With the Hotel OOee ligent effort success will come, and WERE ENTENC4ED ]
you will be better off mentally, mor-
Skilled workmen and courteous t- ally. physically, as well as finanolaly. Pittsburg, May S.-The recsMtly em-
tentlon to all. Special attention to And the benefits will be doubled evicted municipal grattrs were
children. for by Increasing the income from ag- tenced here yesterday. Sentences were
ricultural products in your section impose..d on seven men, who d

--- anyone, either. lorida can sell much ap
L L P rit more than she will ever produce for .....
KL UUVil u iU U very many years yet to come. Evry W n Will be o
S............. Of course we want more Immn-
grants, thousands more, but while we I you will send your name and ad-
Sare waiting for them, lers gt busy dress we will mall you free a pdce
Ourselves. -I have not here dwelt of Mother Gray's Australiam L4s, a
greatly upon the point that in the ti certain, pleasant herb and never ~R
m am ng of the soil it Is necessary to comr- ing. If you have pains in the b ak,
COu AND BUILDER bine a certain amount of intelligence urinary, bladder or kdnty troubW e, se..
and labor. If a man doesn't know this pleasant union of aromatic betrb.
PLANS FUNISHED without being told that he must now- roots and leaves. All draggists sell It,
ON APPLICATION a-day give to all agricultural prsts 50 cents, or addre, The Mother Gray
the same careful thought, study, time Co.. Leroy, N. Y. I
P. 0 a ox 44L OCAI PL&. energy and enthusiasm he would give
---- -- to any other business then he is fitted STANDARD
to be neither a farmer or an agricul-

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any caoe of Catarrh that
cannot be cared by Hails Catarrk | .
Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co,
Toledo, 0..
We the unders4gned. have known Fr Shoe us ~ Ae"in hII ra&st
pF. J. Cheney fC- the last 16 years. and
believe him perfectly honorable In all Afrios -St fif S Pa Ses e ;
business transa'tionm and ananctally i O Unerring A m
able to carry out any obligations made -- -
r is firm.. Nairobi. B.. A. MaW -Thooae.
Walding. Hinman & Marvin Roosevelt went loe t t agaa
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0. yesterday, and before the the was
SHais Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- over two more big 11ea ead l&Ien be-
sally, acting directly upo6 the blood fore his gun. These animals were en- "
j and mucous .surfaces of the system. countered and killed In the trail grass.
Teestimonlals sent free. Price. 75c Colonel Roosevelt now holds the re-
per bottle. Sold y all druggists. cord for killing in Protectorate. Since
Take Halrs Family Pills. for consti- Saturday oft\last week a total of ve
nation. lions and one lioness have been bagged C
by him. The naUves are aU very
DELOACH ISN'T GUILTY much impressed with Mr. Roosevelt's
skill as a hunter, and hundreds of na.
P0eetor Failed to Make Out a Case tives have visited his camp.
SAgainst the Naval Stewre M
Savannah. May I.-Followlng theI FARMER AND AGRICULTURIST
announcement that the prosecution -
rested Its case in chief at the close of An Artiale by Editor L. J. Brum-by,
yesterday's session of the so-called oi the Florida Fruit and Truc
maval stores "trust" case. District At- Grsistheselutn"
tourney Akerman announced that a GA r ithS. piaPe-..EWe
case had not been made out against to e "t AlL atug ""e d
Charles J. Deloach, secretary of the My good friend, erstwhile senator
American Naval Stores Company, and and present representatIve. the states-
askedthat a verdict of not guilty be! man from St. Auguit(, Hon. W. W.A.- r "
returned. IMacWilliams, during a lull Ia the pro-
seedings of the Florlda leglalata, 'N A
,IF YOU ONLY KNEW thus delivered himself: "The diter- a .
The merits of the Texas Wonder. you ence. gentlemen. between an agricul- *
would never suffer from kidney, blad- tourist and a farmer is this: A far-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two mer makes his money In the country -
months' treatment. Sold by druggists and spends It In town, while an agrt- 1' '
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr. culturist makes his money in town i...
E. W. Hall. 229 .Olive street, St. and spends It In the country." .. -
.This epigrawatle axiom or asiomat- ,
osMiss~OU ic (?) epigram is here reproduced for ,
THE BATTLESHIP MISSISSIPPI the purpose of refutation, and Ie 1 -
many others of like caBlibre, belongs
Reeiving Honer fm the State for in this twentieth entry to bee-
Whihk ihe -s Named signed to a state of inocuous desue- (> T.- f
hih he Named tude. For today In this era of applied f
New Orleans, May 4.-New Orleans science. In this age of labor and time- i.
In preparing en enthusiastic reception saving devices the type of succesaafl '.
for the new battleship Mississippl, man Is he of diversified Interests who I -
which is due to arrive here today. At finds rest and recreation In diveral-
the conclusion of a six days' visit In fled pursuits: In fact. often his pri-
New Orleans the Mississippi will pro- mary success leading him to even
eeed up the river for brief visits at greater achievements in his ultimate
Donnelsonvile, Plaquemine, Natches work--or his side ssue to use the
and Baton Rouge. After returning to vernacular. I can give no better 11i-
this city the battleship will proceed illustration than that of Mr. Flagler. S 6 Id n
to Horn Island to receive a magnlfl- the great developer of the east coast
cent silver service from the state of; My plea of argument is this-that D. S. Woodrow oif y ant o
Mississippi. our business and professional Dor me at one if yO t O
consider, and consider carefully and
If you expect to get the original wisely, the possibilities of farming.
Carbolised Witch Hazel Salve, you '.ruit and truck growing, stock raising
must t e sure It I DeWitt's Carbolised and kindred pursuits for the Invest- J -
Witch Jasetalve. It Is good for ment of both their surphid cash and
.utasurns and bruises, and is espec- energy. Don't only read of the fellow
Tily good for piles. Refuse suibti- that clears his thousands or so dol-
tutes. Sold by all druggists. lars an acre, but "go thou and do like-
wise." .. .. .
WAGONS FOR SALE CHEAP Florida is land poor In the sense
Four good, second-hand, four-horse that she has so many thousands of
turpentine wagons for sale cheap. Ap- acres of land that are capable of
ply to LI. Home & Co., Yrk. Fla. yielding great returns, adding to the
material wealth of the state and en-
New Irish potatoes. 25c a peck; old riching her people, and that today are
Irish potatoes. 20c a peck 0. K. Gro- idle.
eery. Clark Itrothers. The business of professional man Is
not by any manner of means always '
unsuccessful In his farming opera-
tions. Take. for Instance, the most OCALA ALO. F''
prosperous of our Inland cites-
Ocala. It Is often a matter of com-
ment that her business Is good all the A t '"
year round; that there is hardly any CARRY AT ALL TIMES./A O/AOk0 ,ft
Sr-,r off-season and that without many of
l V the advantages of our seaport towns .
she continues her steady growth, and, "
notwithstanding disasters, steadily oo Paints
increases In wealth.
I attribute in no small degree this C d
fact to the other fact that many of S as U ,.
our most prominent iti.ens are,. with- ln w B
out injury to/their other pursuits. ac- DI.L uL V" r
StivIty engaed in collecting their full B
tribute from mother earth. i
SThe president and vice president of O
our oldest bank are not only the lar-g* J,

t truck rowers I orida.I
lee Cre- Pae think they have this year about S
The lovers of real good sodawater acres in melons alone. The managers .
and ice ream find oars touches the of our other 'ank are also extensive 1 P
spot for them. We aim at quality, farmers and use every means to pro- a r carry
whSih Is whr we it their ape- mt ailr and Gasolene of the
thou. The quality of our confectionery The mayor ef Ocala is a very large
makes it meesaty Mto kep p the truck grower also. The Pre ot tofmy
reputaUon of our store, and our soda- the city council, In addition to lareIU"-j.-y. ,* "
water and e cream does ju that manufacturing interests, operates
Waterce da four large farms, and everyone mod--tse, seorlre f arsane'lryo mod-
T. W TROXLER e, and clearly up-to-date. And I ir ad .
*.- -_--..-- --- --leading citizens. Uj.. B*
Again, and in the limited sp al- 1- 1 f.

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Conmisedoner J. IM. Mathews t
the Fl-AWigt- sectionon, is a- A f
genial gentleman sat a atld bPO
servant, tl a ad ruaiar ever w*I
good nature that enjoys a gud wv le-
sonme tory or a Jo t as S
ber than laself. It wa Is l 71 th
Mr. Mathews, then a hum lee, hap-
pened to be In Areher sad ram
over night In Sat town attended a g0
religious metia that was them rma-
Iac. Attending tt gater ft was
the msMt washing sa aMdesm -w-
ow In anl ue Seeatry re onS, hs was
the -m4 rtlrl of ani wis ew her ia M
whose list of be n moMe t as .aM .
bered the days I te wek. With bN r
rfauo ating way It was a ease e.Cn
kissing by favor, but Miaf up sad Ifk-
lg assigaments as she wtled It. a
that night it tell to the lot of a pop
mar ambassador of ..s ee m1
savannah to oemt the rooung weem
As he entered the door with his fiar
partner on his arm he at oame beom
the envy of every other suor. I
those days the ladies took to the right
aisles and the gentlemen to th left.
The bewitching widow belonged tho e
sweet charities and took her position
before the organ, while her ecort
sought a secluded spot where e oould
have a good view of his charmer aad
at the same time enjoy a oafoertable
seat. As the sermon progressed the
warmth of the evening toldM e his
corn pestered feet and to relieve tm
aching spot he sMpped off his oeord1 ,
which an envious rival noted aad
also knowing the fact that Jim Mathb-
owe was there and ready tor a&y kidd
of deviltry, Imparted the ntofmatio
to him and Save him a dollar t he
would quietly remove med atrd
without the owners kaowledg. No
sooner suggested than the deed was
done. The sermon ended .the crowd
quickly dispersed, but not so with the
numerous suitors, who had been let
Into the secret and the laughalea de.
noument that was to follow. The ma
missed hise shoes, looked everywhere
for them, and as his fair partner
came tripping down the aisle no time
was to he lost, o her eeort baldly
faced the music. Smilagly prodertag
hb arm the journey proceeded over
sand spur strewn paths to the dem.
iele of the fair lady. It was not only
a rough road but a decidedly tough
and prickly one and the tortures he
must have experienced Is very eadly
Imagined. The escort returned to the
hotel and It was whispered around
that the man was quietly trying to
ascertain who had done him so un-
kindly, but while all knew his sauer-
Ings and provocation for a ruffled
temper none would tell and not until
wn knew of hi disoomnture
Joke spread like a prairie ore
dy day. were his oxfords re-
him. The bars had their tfun
drummer his dose of bitter
tend the early morning saw
s dust, sand and spurs
from his feet as he left the tow of
Archer. Commissioner Mathews In
recalling the cruel, cruel sole-sticking
Joke. chuckles with as much glee as
though he were a 1-year-old boy of

The King's Daughters held a well
attended and most interesting meeting
this morning. After a full disuaJlon
of the question It was decided to bold
a baby show the last 4o this meth
for the Laneflt of the association. With
purpose In view the folblwing odlnea
were named as a committee to solict
prises from the merchants, namely:
'tfsdomes 0. 8. Scott, Clarence Camp.
Richard McConathy and B. 8. Hall
Details will be given later.
The grand jury has turned In sev-
oral batches of adletmets and the
mill continues to grind. .
Mr. McCraney, the Wldwood -tur-
pentine operator, was In town yster
day and when asked the drift of at-
fairs in Sumter, said that county was
all worked up over the county seat
question and that the northern and
western end disliked the IMea of hav-
Ing It located at Webster In the south-
east end of the county and a feeling
was growing that the north d would
make a bold. sold dash for COleman,
as the place that will best represent
all the Interests of the county.

Lytle Townsend. one of the extens-
Ive young truckers and farmers of the
Martin section, picked LI0 eatesa of
beans off a 40-acre deld at the frst
picking. That was great. Now if the
prices wen in proportion to yield,
Martin would start a bank at might.
Dr. D. A. 1math, of Mnthony, came
down yesterday to transact some buIl-
ness. He Mid Anthony was alve with
bean growers bringing their product
to the depot for shipmneat The doc-
tor said If his health permitted he.
would attend the veteran's reunlgm n
Ocala as well at tat at MemphM
Mr. J. 0. Lege, the orangeM, ekta-
loupe and melon taotr, wae i- -tff
yesterday and saId "peasam continue
plenty In his section and a week
Is aerificed to properly Obrve the
memory of chickens that ayr w
retur. I

Ai -*F M'^ wh we 4 aet has ar ear am
an Ihus* asIa -e Mft -w edn New Tork it not sep-
,.a.. ~- .~ *f" si his weights. The anwer b dis
that this method of re-we aig las s e.
a Mlr Mart W. W. os, oK At- eompaed by a gret deal of tbeon-
lmat whw- So agm r an d t U venissee and ofter oI*Mer~*b la
8abd Weilag sad laspecuom In sell, as It delays the sale of the
e--- s--o-y dealer a tatemeat ear one or two days besides the coast
asi a Ito r bythe lagemal League of a dollar a car etra for this ser.
o4 c .mia Bier4saf that Ms vIo."
adpeay wee as elam-lly b sug out The melon growers of this second=
a- watermuIm wfth everwweghts. ought to take some step to prevent
fheel to C. r. Ia C. W. Ximbsa, the same iai8ua&les which are the
it ife Tect Cty, large haadigrs of ruoe In this territory, the same as that
WMMilPia Mr&, aley, secretary of shown from L ve Oak, Alachu and
1- Ne lel Imeague eM o Commafson Valdoeta. The Star can do Its readers
ANbmsa, was able to present some a great favor by bringing this matter
-Begs s ftgrNes to Mr. Wootf that to the general attention of the grow-
e flems that g sth ito revise ers. Yours truly.
ili view of the situake materially. C. Chambllu.
a0d de a whole heap of thinking be-
sdie. .Mr. HRaler got busywith some PENNY WISS-OOLLAR FOOLISH
e PPd by the Newtork firm is the man who uses, or allows to be
m Arfl sit, wwats Mr. Woolf used. anything on his property but the
imew heat Paint. Can you get better paint
*. Mr.. W Woet Manager Soutber -than
Weighing and laqpeeton Bureau. Davis 100 per ont
Atalta, Ga.: Pur Paint
"Dear 1e-Psmit us to say in
proapt reply to your favor of Apri I Is were possible to make better
1th 4 UA, that we are by no paint, we would be the mrst to do so.
a lfome relative to the as we were the rst to make
matter we put before you. plenty of Pur Paint
,eown eam be furIsbhed in support Demmud Davis
of our cemphUnt of the numerous er- And See that you Get it
rors I weights of watermelon ship-
mnts, ad to determine the extent of Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint wmi
them eme days arrivals for a receiv- stand the test of the most rigid Pure
er Im New York was weighed out on Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
JulW It, of last year, with the fol- Hardware Co., Ocaa, Pla.
lowiag nsuls: -
ISr L2.47 $1.6.... .Ive Oak TO COLLECT LICENSE
24 W # M 1l53.0.......Lovett Tallahas*e. May S.-The railroad
A2Ul8 11.4......Alakhua committee of the House yesterday re-
8 m 18M4......Alachua ported unfavorably House Bill No. 309,
LISO....... AlchAua by Mr. Lightoof Marion, providing for
81,3 J2 ..... .Alachua the payment of a license or privilege
,M4 1-i4.....VaMosta tax by all public service corporations
S2,1M 131.5......VaotaM of the state. The bin was reported
1L4 .L-.....Valdoeta unfavorably by the finance and taxa-
'"5 eu desabe coarilmaton f this tion committee several days ago.
ys sa scare it from the Penasyl-
vaia railroad. We eould furnish an A LIVING SKELETON
abnsadane of She partleulaer ftom is the final condition of any child that
other toelver ia New York, Baston, has worms-I4 it lives. Think of hav-
hlladelpbhi and Pittsburg, and it Is lag something In your stomach that
erta t Ghat this matter warrants you eats a you take as nonurlihmnt Nine
most thorough nv-& gatios before tenth of the babies have worms, may
the opeatag of thi seoamns buslnees." be yours has. Be certain that 't has
"In talktg over the matter C. W. not by giving It White's Cream Ver.
Kimball asm plaema ted the sgures he mtage-q t expels all worms a td I a
had tumraned Mr. analey (as pre- toe for the baby. Prese 25 events, a
seated a the letter from that gentle- the AaU-Monopoly Drugstoe.
an to Mr. Woof) by stating that
the figur regarding overweight A nurse from the Chattahoochee
had ben made especially as a tet to arlum came down to return with a
conriai Mr. XimbalB's n -nttom Young white man by the name of Bay,
that the Cotuwra Weighing and In- who was adjudged of unsound mind,
peetion Bureau was invariably billing He is the young man who came here
ema above their correct weights. The from Pensacola, where he was accus-
flgurea give wore a promicuous lot ed of robbing churches and falling In-
take from eone days receipts and or- to the clutches of the law here. be was
dered re-weighed, and did not Include set to work on te county roads and
a oe rable number of Individual his present state of mind developed.
cars ordered re-weighed now and then
throughout the easo Mr. W. Kellum of Pittsburg, Pa,
ealversQ of meloUa, Mr. Kimball a free lance commission man. who
said, t all markets know, and have buys here on the track and re-sells
known fot years, that they have been his purchases wherever his judgment
charged for teenage never handled by dictates, has been in Ocala for the
the rallmd company, but have never pastsix weeks and has made himself
bees stirad to seUtoM It is O Mecret, very populAr with the growers. Mr.
but Is a matter often menUttond by -Keam hasa handled a great many
shippers throughout the South with cars of beans, among others, most of
whom I have a cloee personal at- the crop from the Chamblies farms
quantasee, sa"d whom I have visited and nearby growers. He pays spot
annually for a great many years, that cash for the goods and the growers
the tUasportatlon Imes of the South like to deal with him. Mr. Kellum
wll run their tainloeads of melons says he will remain in Ocala until the
cros w the track ales without even cantaloupe and watermelon season is
Stopping, much less uncoupling the ever and wil handle a good share of
cam n order to get the correct weight, those crops.
but wi endeavor to catch It A the

car pses.
Permaly, we have never ordered a
car re-weighed In the Pennsyrvaana
yards here with the result that we
ave found the weights correct, but
each and every time the original
weights showed an exess above the

If you desire a cleu complexion
take Foley's Orino Laxative for con-
stipation and liver troubles as It will
stimulate these organs and thorough-
ly cleanse your system, which is what
everyone nede in the spring la order
to feel well. Sold by aU druggists.


To the People


more than



lof OGalaand aUlts'

You2' 11 probably m4

man, you wast as big val ,oe

The only way to be stwu

of prioe. There's & lot

cotton mixtures. stuft-Mat. o'1

new, and sold at & tempting p .'

If you haven't beooue equanmi

and the v&lue-for-the.Uo.ey U.a.ty ..

clothes you've got something el:-i_0o y "u

We want you to 0oe-0
saart fabrics all-wool; new pattern, tw

stylish, most perfectly tailor. .T 5"

Drop in here some davy oon SMd.Alfokm

You may see something in hats or fa t)i-% 1

got the right quallties here. t '.. -,

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There are many ways in which it servs the
public, bfit the one now most valuable, per-
haps is to help with loans. We will meet the
needs of conservative borrowers.

The Munroe & Chambliss Bank

SW. T.Mooe, Pues.

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J. H. Kipllnger ,the album wmre ,
man, was in town. today e nraa up
his collections for wake solA a math
ago. He aid this towa was fo ry
Uberal to him and aext year he we&dW
return and antic pated a very large-
demand for his good.

was In the y What Madame Cec
home fr eoom via atomleft In the
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Agents -- A* Fmaro#, -Oead

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Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Ceiida

An-. -u m Ad EW......,.,....
and Carriages carried Ma
arwess, Sadmles, [ L-- 1i ,I a i m
carried byaa sm~m, bso* urned h R -
Mies fro be ftasrks, 1 iays h .ick I iw very
kwesi prices.
We ca save i. me-ami -r pe, he ey
Klare IG T m.
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-t he almd I
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fetows nmet to.6.oiv night.
MedIe 8ets at Court Phar-

Early breakfasts served for special
wedrs at the Elk Cafe.
Beat s oeat dser in the city at
the lk Caftk
Plisrs Chil To1., guaranteed to
ewe etfls and fever. 25 .cets.
Short eorve meals promptly sedved
at the El Cane.
Bello Meade Sweets at Court Phar-
Miss Oase Grtft of Anthony spent
the monilan in Oeala shopping.
PlaWs' Chill Teale guaranteed to
cre chills and fever. 25 cents.
Miss LAtle Lancaster, who had been
quite fil, is 1prooth.
5 er e1W wil eo-any am
of Chif aad vwer. Price 2Sc.
Belle Meade Sweets at Court Phar-

There were 26 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Mr. Harry Stalberg accompanied by
his bride spent Wednesday In Ocala.
Mr. Robert McDonald and wife of
Conner, were in town today shopping.
5 or 4 does "Ur will cure any case
of Chills and Yever. Price 25c.
The M ntesuma hotel is showing a
marked Increase in Its lists of arrivals

New Irish potatoes, 5c a peck; old
Irish potatoes, M a peck. 0. K. Gro-
ery Clark C Brothes.
SMiss Besse Rawls of Berlin was In
toward today to consult Dr. L. i. Bla-
New Irish potatoes, 25e a peck: old
Irish potatoes, 3f a peck. 0. K. Gro.
eary, Clar Brothers
Miss Florrle Condon went down to
Dunellan yesterday afternoon,-to look
after business for the Equitable.
Miss Jolia MeCredie returned this
afternoon from Waldo, where she has
been teething school.
-M'si Jhe Robertsoar. and Mai&#
Jack bertaon have returned from a
brief tviit with relatives at Whitney.
R. C., Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
ill sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired
Mrs. L. P. Blalock has returned
from a, short but pleasant trip to Jack-
FOR RENT-tz-. room cottage at
O.7 MtNor* fsanches street. Conven-
lent locatioa. Apply A. D. Stokes., St
Mrs. J. M. Thompson went up to
Jackosfville yesterday to visit her son
Dr. T. C. Thompson and wife.
The PV"ole Disinfectant at the 0. K.
Grocery Is death on Insects, Including
the dirty fly.
Mr. Bomrberger. the ex-baker. Is
IM at, his home over the bakery near
the market.
Belle Meade Sweets at Court Phar-
Mrs. C. Stevens of Berlin, who
was quite sick, has fully recovered,
thanks to Dr. Blteh's skill.
I. C. Davis & Cn.. of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, TSe.
each: 27.S oer domsen.
New Irish potatoes, 35e a peek: old
Iris potatoes, 30c a peck. 0. K. Gro-
oery tark Brothers.
Mr.. and Mrs. John Saurlln left last
night for Columbia, ft C.. where Mr.
fpst will seek employment in a

WATED-Ome hundred alle bodied
tmen far' work on canaL Can make
t1.i & day and-upward. J. B. Young.
Eleetk anPla. wd1tw
SMisses Jean and Louis. Teague
West down to Lady Lake this after-
noon to spend the week-end with their
parents. .
Sm candles fresh stock schsle-
stavWr' best, aIn pounds and half-
psuads, at Ballard's news and fruit

Mr. r. B. *seblits, who Is loading
phOaate for Mr. Cullen at Tampa, Is
bae to see to repairs thab he Is put-
ting Ob hs home.
We have a noI ezqum te ae of
fancy imported china In many @tf-
ferot pieces. The Anti-Mneopoly
Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Brinson weat
up to Useaden Academy to witness
the dela exercises of that school

mis" Crt a".S ub 6"
the Isetwe, &d- RIL" r Ui tg t
ehnjomet fthise oecla It
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Have you seen th.e new vible a*- I am prepared t tae. b m sb
SLoles typewriter? R C. Davis & 'o aintig, ano matter how gI o-oF ..
general aingamal. or how A ee tbse sar. .

right. RNow"Ag
GlemAfter b ig*r4 4ad ulai y.
essmease ~pa'atfsc.Vials esa mW esmn
Wated a camCrolder vo hughale

companletey. Nor I e- at theiri -g
oI im A W.Tm aIp *Mm oals. 1*a. a
Danea, B, eqlc A
dyspepela. I saege 0t m af aw
taftas or arbkft s ntesMoss
Pleep. AftermeaW MON mimsteta*Mrs
ed ftsemseaftso m s ase ft Insahge
tried Electri at'Mers, whiomeed m amegs ,
completety. Now I cneft sartSWUM&
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out west during the harvest smeas w
through the wheat belts lab Is 1e
great demand and anybody ea et a
Job. t is just so l Marose county.
The bean crop has given einplrmat
for the past mouth to aanodedsbA
plokers, men, womef and ethd r la I
a week's time the cantaloupe gather-
ers in be at work. It f etre ---
from U* to 2t.o pe6p*e ta Mars
9ou0ty alone to gather the cantalaoups.R
There is na enough labor In the
county to father the crop In the short
time necessary, so many have to he
brought here from other places. One
of the local growers has 20 has "
engaged. They are comIind m M-
amil, lasti gs. Geafta and other Mrs. Oear Barett Dvat ue*
points. This Ar ase win Uhip ov r rived yesterday a a visit to iPi
0 carloads of cantaloupes and ha ets, Mr. sa" MM. T ia
already sold 39 cars the outside Anthony.
world realizes but Uttle. of the nagal- .
tode of the bean eataloupe and m8el- Mr. and Mra. fi. tT_'Se .E>-..
on ego of Marion county. The ag- at 5 o co tst

nregate o. tare dllMds t ate wl b r het etase_-
crepe is *taggerlU.-

'MR. GASY CALED h" ave soam mAetIIW 40 t IN
la-ge-and ter. T Iis lu has had PS1W'b W `WI!, t
eA lar e and enthusiastic meeotintf -. -.
the members of the Ocala Baptist weekly hl I II..
church was held In the cutichr lastBem-
nigh. Mr. .saac stevens acted asn-
moderator. After devotional exercises
a stresss i ieetoag was called and the
resignation of Rev. C. C: Carroll was 'a
received and after many regrt had T Am -l
been spoken the same was accepted..
The meetit then proceeded to noin- ,. :-. '- -.
vacaT t by Mr. Caroe reslgation. O VT
There was but one name put In aom- 8'V w
Ination. Mr. Henry T. Gabby of CadlAA -
Ky. Mr. W. T. Gary. clerk of the m dU J i J
Ocala church, read two letters from
Rev. L. B. Warren, formerly pastor of
the Ocala chureb, speakingt In the The Bst ot at easag
highest terms of the Rev. Mr. Gabby & -
as a man, a preacher and a pastor, and .
as Mr. Warren knows the Ocala church oW R Mfin. _.-E. wju ,
most thoroughly and has known the .. .-.-
Rev.. Gabby since their school days. mes.b Opo0 at p. ... :-_.___
he gave it as his decided opinion that -
they were Intended for each other, so Pfae r rII -' ..
after a free Intercourse of opatiios by
many in the-meeting. the nomlmatIons RUIn1S OP SICR.L
were declared closed aid on l of a n. ,- -a
Mr. JohnI Edwards, seconded by IN AVE WON W i 5.
Mr. W. T. Gary and by a rising, vote. tH "AT*i
a unanimous call was extended to the s -t- .
Rev. Henry T. Gabby to become the A FORGER V HIGm01 C T1
pastor of the First Baptist church of -
Ocala. and the church clerk was re- Msie by the Oremhsstha'A S aa eN
quested to wire the gentlMan of the .. ...
chuce-h's action. Ai i
- .A speclaim-eetl-e.f-Tlia Lodge t
I( called for tomorrow evMiag-. Let - i--I
all members be present as h'portat FS-AND T f
work Is to be done. a rdeyeirv-- e
S tyee yre eery day from Crystal
The new picture machine at the Air River choice oysters, both a0d16 a,
Dome is a great improvement, mak GL f oyter t, L fre wLSt mi -
Ing the pictures as plain as print. GO and mullet. I car give yoq tjl a d
this evening and see how it works. to 'ashny oy te reoh a '
There is a fine program. for which sae 1 n7 Ved.. Phe.Ume d tn.
advertisement elsewhere. Ite ,se the _. 1t-Wtt _ie r
Jerry Burnett, te merceant tailor.
has put In & V cleasertha.ti TE.lMr We S. .
not only a great labor saver, but an t a 1J
lnterqsting apparatus to see. tis a On SOB 4ha1 I 4t r WS
large machine, and when In'oratieomI"Z dg-0-a 0t s O
&tan develop fifteen hose powfr. Itlpingsa. I Mlas ktJ. t lI U m 71 *.4,. *
cleans all dirt and grease ftroMa cloth- Widw" he lS fo i
lag with a thloesghes -ad rapit l or to B. D. Mat-al, a* laik y.
that la wonderful to see. Jerry's bust- P. s.a.k Mth. C.ty.
inee is steadily grwog.-ftteen yean rs -
ago he met alone in a little room of his
home and sewed from daylight till
bedtime-aow he has an Rentire 19i1d- bum 'e i
Ing. Improved machinery and tII tbe t
a dosen assistants. Jerry always do'X Mr.
good work, hence his steady progress. Oca he
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mcwaine were ~e i
called to Abbeville, S, C. today on a at no
sad mission. Mr. Mellwaine receir- .,4
ada telegram this morning stating 41 eM
tbat his youngest brother, Mr. Hugh .' EY i-
Mclwaaie was fatally Injured in a TROUSLE St P
rugaway accident yesterday afternoon agm .. .
and was not expected to live. Mr. .,- -g -.. .
Mcflwaine to just 21 years of age. He ..
was out on his Arst trip, having re- They are handed daWw f p 11)
gently taken a traxelinf position for to child, aad It there is a u B i

The Star had a pleasant CAl this2
morning from Mr. C. C. Ste ns- of IN
busy cattieg oats Tuesdayhe Just vme y beisepamur jus
eeulda't meet with his old comrades
at their monthly meeting, but If life U. S
was spared him he and his w if. would y45ptt W-mhm,
O ce Borts: 9 S r S 1 a, S
Belle Meade Sweets at court P'ar- 1:3 :'td4:30 _p. a t .1
macy. and labora t wly Gaw^




Are the merchauts, M th 0' e rFpbMihWI Stz a Poe
the city, the fauemm oftOw in WAIllm 'Rom
We accommodatea3 amem' f tr- ~ i
women who have bei ldt *9 00 m a )kd.m:.~Al !to*
We solict admad.hasof ym bm60, __m
'~'~ ~r~iWs tet twg a m~uned i Beek6-
-t 1i kin. -mw but few dY d4
THE FU .... at-0 tffn awP I
em*L fls *m: A07 4te ae
f go "am" eq. blowe
CARIE AK~B ~7 ~ am 1110 lam~med -The prowetiem 3WAI W ijM
MODERN All o t e ol
0 F am now her coast raflreai. heve.
TWOhsuu~ andits Ieilmaph III
WR as! Io theI Nuin iae(thme avy

lvai* itmm f t Maud 1" aheady
HOUSE U NM06MWaf w owaes,
bomA"a iie""theN ha
Poe" go wthm raft- ad the h% c'ita xomikoaye s..,to
The guy ime hIn .0f"b.amCu"amtik=win ~thur now now v13.
bo pte "amwmmi late the aw Mr. aseVOWMofi otlovemeesis Vt.-
FurnOIMhs e ime.Cariks gd ft, imw of Zw WatAm -uaI Navy in I&his ur. MM C.W. C qiw. .hW*
lBut a Fwamibe; kqbig v US beOki Ad Jim Qcum g gegmie
Tuft m, a ft .momUNEimiR
Abe caries a CNOE 1kw d.3-,-- ea We. a*n "% GI` O ~muak Xo -noclitRaIO soon- M c ieft
Earware, CariaeWguM m ib~~I. etegtbds.*"emi a frie*ulTuesday Ufa*t moor a mu uumoo""~
Wok ever ar sesa a=I g a mm i I e .Atraft in.fWW I., 1110 re 0-0 WjiOR ban
mn.-iesidim ha retarse dnthAI Ida isbeea 1 1. .am .w 0as
VhftIeW MMT."b6 wrfteM US" JO MG 01tCIMI60 66Abut ST.
deepwge aloft=& .Mm M &.4S m~y of Okis viutte

Ocala, .Ioria Ceup
br as, I LAM 0- O -fts Mots ina Wowem- $Asinss. f
77-ium lW Low Aec-,2.. Ath~p~ *
Not an 0. fhethi woefti jga~
TeWwmgf s wisrtimaain euper sodefleateI It am wk -a
aSwUeS us held Meb uqmkr oneatWy 804 GIeis ehalh
ft ek al. it.' Whtt~r W~ h ~tu ii h ~Vdr at ithe onh o r .mTi iun a are the S" r;.f te d r l of a
yeeala &W~
1ST d 1? 'wbes ?Vt bw fai pl *eqlied b_ m
liazimi 'SIB ~tarWIftg Sae. MW wk dow. at Mu- iUs"Ot i MdegOo h ~*4~ut~
Pv soMW"- ber a uifrmMs mesd and tfolok- ft Is t4* 04e my Arlowa -
Mme 1L MA.LSUpham. at $101th9"akeirD Kibur pwir is-

-~ F uaeibte~imt or Cths bura cit-.7 A" A:t. wo cet e tebe lm r me p- *
Wek.Ma. .a. reakat this MM mmid an~ ~ ~'~ A ev""'
W0m~,fs- IMu e II cc da f oberox c kdie liftre etor 0muiIWe
ameetfw P..T. IfSith. UYIDU at UN actbft enlourt
W ashington' Sem viriary wpfeati-o*ndtrnAe.Glav r eadvo, 4

00ima~k N61M sVandMM pek.fI thftat.hMfthkn an 3ub mtvts Aw Ssw 4
deN~ sticlyliiedtomave--Ad em W.-a-s-l~ 2-A& 11tdi a tbi ft*hbr808"-Yrtof ofe'&lamya vot her Ia & am 10,01I *S U ~ fea'~

TeSsMAir be w ,ul ft Wfb fUse ViMm*stim wbrsite mwbg W aw J X-is bt ft-*s
9 Vlab Eebm hmeto. rew ,soft A"atthe s th.isMte
Fbr~ia atbe kblwlug ides b p9mkn 1. is~- b. fvr laul. m~ enf,~ bl.. "ut,~I
PUMs an iab-*"Ghey- ee.sli me at- uS
and baMb hg My 4,i0. Ida km*rn W #*6 w wowe~yeig 4 sW s~.mpnl~ r u
olhrr ukiudn desreS, be ~i W~ ~u~ rAt tbe Omm abe weatbaheelsadIsNuhaRvi mn ihsiO~d i
w. c. eem. or .u .oo. . w.
OCALA TO COMA I~~~ a idighT" ="am mm. then~4 ir w"Rety.isa ~~u~(o.te ue ht *i~
bflsImf.tem ADte ee& It .N.y MbdHaf.uoM 4W hesifthi A"
MAWI.N... Dwh~ ft s ft t hutumm called ha* iM V*N.4mm- Pwed
Mr.*30Mr. 0 i. Glet4o0M. ma rsj.* _A fida ba2snmiGo
__CI Y ............ 85 A e I & it Km s ffmkth je e *Mfm of
VEOrK............V full Info9WtOoY anN"seeper tmovaisto stayr bmeabhe a ith 40%m' ver to 1mI
call on .............C.....A...Oai, L.pA b* t day ysb* u"0 "AWihs k butr .*jie* es have snsMe* ek tm hasO OW"th.iS..
A.U IKEN Taeln ?mmw~gs, eVi, Rb idSWiftMy wather.We.'" Mutisot's eo,"Mi ss
MONTCELO ..............US RaMaJU1CMN med &u toatv wm.iuw "d V t *-
beis 26a* tmbe b", soon* a*- the600"W"

Falon H C.R eSOa m.mIf. A. ek Me vm mm -resdo o fbs ts el4f b OMWftf ... ... ...
A. K. DIx~mbevelsa and

LiD~hith~ iMAP". bahima need
~ ethersestraser Is own.torimsohdamttdR
ous ISMSuI~~ ifad ~ai. ~j~ t~ rn~im4. S.~

benefit y. Sme a theM there
Is no help for at all

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