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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 10, 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: VID03163
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
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Rooms 9, 10 and 11,
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commerdal aB
Phone 211.
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.; I to
6 p. m.

Office-Second Floor The Muroe &A
SChamnhliss Bank Building. Oealt.
Telephones-Ofice, 222; ResidenMe
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. n.; 2 *O 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.


Life Assurance Society

01 To e lk Sitd s


Resldeat A nt.

Montezuna Barershop

In Ccnktioa With the aHotl Ose
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to


CoDtbctor aad BdIu.

Plans and Specifications lrMlaled
Upon Request.
129 South Third St..

Phone 130.



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Potato Chips, 15c., two for 25e.
Imported Swiss Cheese 40e. pouAd.
1 pound Cans Presto Prunes 158. ai
2 pound Cans Presto Prunes 15e. eS h.
Presto Prunes are fine.
California fruit and ready for ue.
Try a can.
Herring Roe, 1 pound Cans, 10.
Herring Roe, 2 pound Cans, Ie.
Asparagus Tips, 25c. a Tin
Argo Salmon 20s., two for 25c.
Black Pepper in glass. Ifioe for the
table, 10. each.
Pineapple Chunks. Fine geods, #B.



Two PheN es 174. Oala, Fla.


Office (Over Maare &* CbU


Wm. Upchurch, of Glen Oak, Okla,
was an exile from home Mountain
air, he thought, would cure a frightful
.ung racking cough that had defied all
remedies for two yeap. After six
months he returned death dogging his
steps. "Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery." he writes,
"and after taking six bottles-I am s
well as ever." It saves thousands
yearly from desperate" lung diseases.
Infallible for coughs and colds, it dis-
pels hoarseness and sore throat.
Cures grip, bronchitis, hemorrhages.
asthma, croup, whooping cough. 50e
and $1, trial bottles free, guaranteed
all druggists.
Metter, Pa., May 9.-Mrs. James H.
Boyle, formerly Helen Anna McDer-
mott, of Chicago, was convicted yes-
terday on a charge of aiding, assisting
and abetting in the abduction .of Willie
Whitla of Sharon. Pa.
Is soon turned to a sad one if he has
to walk the floor every night with'a
crying baby. McGee's Baby Elixir
will make the child well-soothe its
nerve. Induce healthy, normal slum-
ber. Best for disordered bowels and
sour stomach. All teething babies need
It. Pleasant to take, sure, and safe,
contains no harmful drugs. Price 25
and $0 cents per bottle at the Antl-
MeOnMly Drugstore.
Washington. D.,C, May 9.-The na-
tion of the earth through their diplo-
matice representatives joined with
America yesterday in paying' tribute
to the memory of ienry Wadsworth
,Longfellow when a satue to Ameri-
ca's ost popular port was unveiled
with empoeshg ceremonies.

Rev. L W. WAin.awo, Huntington.
W. Va.. writes: "Ths is to certify
that I have uSi PFtey's Kidney Rem-
ef' for nervo -evwen-tion and kid-
ney trmbi and am free to say that
It wi do all that you claim for it."
Fbley Kidney Remedy has restored
health od strength to thousands of
weak. th down people Contains no
haerft drugp and Is pleasant to take.
Sold br an druagts.
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New York. May 9.--Charles W.
Morse the former banker who le now
In the Tombs prison under sentence
,for violatim of the National Banking
laws, has not a share of stock. a bond
or a piece of real estate left of his
former estate of an estimated value of
$30,9.0W.. according to evidence which
he gave in supplementary proceedings
made public yesterday.

"The most mnerenes enemy I had
for t4 years." declares Mrs. James
Dunean. of Haynesville, Me., "was
dyspepela. I suffered,. Intensely after
tattng or drinking and could scarcely
sWeep. After many remedies had fail-
ed and several doctors gave me up. I
tried Electric Bitters. which cured me
completely. Now I can eat anything.
I am 7T years old and am overjoyed to
get my health and strength back
again." For Indlgestdo, loss of appe
title, kidney trouble, lame back. female
cmptplaints, It's unequaled. Only Ne
at all druglsts.

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To Pam "aws Amendment Through
the H e-4ta r.le be Hoped It will
I NMt be Tried Again
Tallahassee, Fla.,. May 9.-Securing
a majority vote, 21 to 24. but lacking
tae ecessary three-fifths for a consti-
tutional amendment, the Beard dis-
ftranchisement measure, designed to
bring on a test of the fifteenth amend-
ment to the constitution of the United
States. met its doth in the lower
house of the Florida legislature yes-
Money Spoke fee the Bill
United States Senator E. D. Money,
of Mississippi, was present by invita-
tion of the House and spoke for two
hours attacking both the fourteenth
and fifteenth amendments and favor-
ing the. Beard measure. His address
was most able and was received with
frequent applause. The Senate took a
feees so Its members might be present
whUile be spolw.
The actlo bF9 the present legislature
is oentical with' that of 1907, In which
the sine measure was passed by the
Senate and killed by the House. No-
tice of a motion to reeonMider has bon,*
given, but there in little likelihood of
such action bein- taken. Inasmuch as
the vote yesterday morning, following
close upon the able speech of the sen-
ator. In considered to have been taken
at the psyehological moment.
Cut Out the Waile Claim
After a long debate, the House put
the final kbosh on the Walles claim
yesterday afternoon when the Joint
resolution Introduced by Representa-
tive Wells of leon, providing fot a1
joint committee to confer with Col.
Wailes r. ardlng his claim. was tabled
by a vote of 23 to 14L.

Judge of Minnesota. Judge Grubb
succeeds Judge Hundley, who was
twice named for the place, but who
failed of confirmation by the senate
and resigned.
is the final condition of any child that
ba" worms-if it llves. Think of hav-
Ing something in your stomach that
eats all you take as nourishment. Nine
tenths of the babies have worms, may
be yours has. Be certain that 't has
cot by giving it White's Cream Ver-
mlfuge-It expels all worms and is a
tonic for the baby. Price 25 cents, at
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Four good, second-hand, four-horse
turpentine wagons for sale cheap. Ap-
ply to L Home & Co, York, Fla.
Many wea&. nervous women have
been restored to health by Foley's
Kidney Remedy as ft stimulates the
kidneys aso they will eliminate the
m.u a i frmthe. ,A o msou -


We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Care. F. 3. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, 0.
We, the understand, have known
F. J. Cheney f.r the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly h notable in all
business trausa-tions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0.
Hallrs Catarrh Cure Is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
-4and mucous surfers of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Pamily Pills for constl-

St. Lous. Mo., May 9.-The bodies
of Mrs. Anna Reed. aged 30, and
Joseph Baker, aged 55, were found Ia
a room at No. 232 Olive street yester-
day.. Both had been shot through the
head. but .the police are unable to de-
termine whether it was a double sui-
cide or one of them fired both shots.
Employes of the restaurant formerly
kept by Baker told the police of hav-
ing frequently seen the couple match
ootin to determine who should kill the
other before suicide.
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
months' treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, Missouri.
Savannah. May 9.-Evidence ended
in the trial of the American Naval
Stores Co. and the National Transpor-
tation & Terminal Co.. of New Jersey.
and officers of the former In the Unit-
ed States court here yesterday. The
defense closed soon after court open-
ened yesterday morning.
"As an Ideal cough medicine I re-
gard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In
a class by itself," says Dr. R. A. Wilt-
shire, of Gwynneville, Ind. "I take
great pleasure in testifying to the re-
sults of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy. In fact, I know of no other
preparation that meets so fully the
exp-ctations of the most exacting in
cases of croup and coughs of chil-
dren. As it contains no opium, chlo-
roform or morphine it certainly
makes a most sate, pleasant and et-
ficacious remedy for the ills it is In-
tended." 1
Flushing, N. Y., May 10.-The inmi-
cations are now that Capt. Peter Hain .
will be freed of the charge of murJer
only to become a defendant against a
1l arge of insanity, and in this event
there Is l4tle doubt but that a com-
mission will be appointed to investi-
gate his case. The developments In
the case today Indicated that such w!!l
1.K the case.
Everybody is likely to have kidney
and ba:dder trouble. In fact nearly
every dy has some trouble of this
kind. That is the reason why you so
often have pains in the back and
groin, scalding sensation, urinary dis-
orders, etc.-tha't's your kidneys. The
best thing to is to get some of De-
Wltr s Kidney a't,. Bladder Pills right
away. Take them for a few days or
a week or so and you will feel all
right In this way. too, you will ward
off dangerous. and possibly serious
ailments. They are perfectly harm-
less, and are not only antiseptic, but
allay pain quickly by their healing
properties. Send your name to E. C.
DeWitt & Co., Chicago, for a free
trial box. They are sold here by all
Washington, May S.-Three federal
judgeship contests were decided yes-
terday when President Taft sent to the
senate the nomination of William LI
Grubb, as judge of the northern dis-
trict of Alabama: George Dunworth.,
for the western district of Washing-
ton. and Charles A. Willard as district

Opens Into the Lobby of the Ocal Butler had lost everything he possess-
Home. e d Immediately took steps to replace r 0,.7
the building, and a force of 'volunteers '
Offers the very best service of went to work on same Tuesday. ? 1. W1
skilled workmen with modern p- The exact origin Of the fire is un-
plianges. Strictly sanitary. Electric known, but it is supposed that it wAS a __, .
fans, electric massages. caused by Barrett car lessly handling fabWll"M --k.
Hot Running Water at All Times the oil stove or throwing away a
match after lighting a cigarette, and ww "
VINCENT C. DETTERACH, Maager then going to sleep on a cot, not y ."Y "w W
-. -- --- -- awakening until the flames had gained; ".. .
great headway. The action of our
lwople in doing so nuch to aid him In
M ari getting a start agitIs appreciated to
the fullest extent by Mr. butlerr, and
shbws that some of the beat people on
earth live right here In Inverness.
ZVbr> Fla Atf headache, as well as older women.
but all get quick relief and prompt
cur- from Dr. King's New Life PIU T
the world's best remedy for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure
DIESSE ROOtING, CEHUNG, blood. and strong nerves and bod u
your health. Try them. Me at all
NT E FACdruggists.

McShann Stopped a Fatal Charge fro 5
a Gun Fired by the Hand of 1 -
Partmer in Deceit
Hattlesburg. Miss.. May 1f.-Great
interest Is manifested in the fate of G. W a -
L Crosby and his wife. Minnie Crosby,
who will be tried for the murder of J.
S. McShann at the term of the Forrest a f
county court b~nnltnghere Monday. 1I.7:
The crime was committed on Easter
Sunday of this year .rosd oods W el 4iA at
The crime was planned by Crosby,
the wronged husband, who conceived -M
the idea of compelling his unfaithful eA li nAno i
wife to not only lure her lover to his el &re
doom, but actually to become particeps
criminis in the widest sense of the O O.
word. 9he pressed the trigger of the i ag ou good'.
shotgun which her husband held aim-
ed a the victim. *
Xhen the partly decayed body of
McShann. mutilated by hogs and vul-
tures, was found in a secluded spot -
near the Bowie street bridge in Leaf
river nwamp on April 21. Coroner Fair- a to he
Icy called a jury and held an inquest. In addiion to the ho 5 I.
As there was evidence that Mrs. Cros-
by had been intimate with the mur-,s OCl of spri and A l mm r
dered man, she was arrested and made stoCK Of spia n sU 5 fmmer
a full confession. .
Mrs. Crosby admitted that she had
been intimate with McShann and had
met him secretly many times near the
Bowie street bridge, while her husband
was working with the logging crews
in the woods. Her husband became
aware of her unfaithfulness and he T I&MW
threatened to kill her, but spared her :. g
to make her an instrument of his re- .
venge. At his dictation, she wrote a
letter to McShann. asking him to meet v u tnm e mt K
her on Easter Sunday morning, at 11 -
o'clock at the Bowie street bridge.
Two days before the day of themur- customer of the store. If an
der. Crosby and his wife went to theory
.swamp near the bridge and concealed -
a loaded shotgun under a log hitting wise than represented by us, t
on the same log the two arranged the
details of the plan and Crosby Insisted M h.
that his wife, as a punishment for her CUSO er' We are here
unfaithfulness, should pull the triggerW e are here
of the shotgun, while Crosby aimed
it at McShann's throat. tAies our store to do it.
On Easter Sunday morning, at an
early hour, Crosby and his wife, who
Is only a little more than fifteen years "
old, left their home and went to the
swamp. While she halted at the
bridge for McShann. her husband pen-
he reached the log under which the T_ JLJ
gun was concealed. McShann came
promptly and seemed pleased to find
Mrs. Crosby there, ,waiting for him. ,
She induced hitoleavetherather THE JNDERSELN
exposed ground near the bridge and ....-N D.,RIS
led him toward the spot where her hus-
band was waiting for his victim. .-
When they arrived within a lew
feet from the log. Crosby arose from the trigger. The load of shot struck S XXi
hls crouching position and command- McShann squarely in the neck and A
ed McShann to throw up his hands lower part of the head, killing him In
The trapped victim obeyed. as Cros- a few seconds.
by threatened him with his shotgun. There re ma in
While Crosby was taking careful aim,- A BAD TASTE II THE MOUTH public, but the one W o
at McShann's throat Mrs. Crosby -
walked behind him and when he in- It is anything but pleasant to awake baps, is to ithlp whithw tktem hT -o
formed her that he was ready, she with a bad taste in the mouth. This al- nee& Of coMn i ,II. ....
reached over his shoulder and pressed ways ares from a disordered stomach "'
.__... and may be corrected by taking a dose
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver |
afl T IK y I yi Tablets immediately after supper. They
ICIVER cleanse and invigorate the stomach. ,(DOOP
1" improve the digestion and give one a v
relight for his food. They are easy T. T. MN rem[, -pes.e C
t'uNiRAL DIRECTORS to take and pleasant in effect.

Uaekm and Embalmls WHAT BECAME OF BARRETT? _
). E. Mclver Alfred E. Ow We infer From th Following that he
Undertakes. Was Cremated in Major Butler'sa I

FrNe Cashets and Burial Robes "eo a i wi R "
The following Interesting artlete was W Nd W 4'
All work done by loened embalm-taken from the Inverness Chronicle: CARRIE ----t
era and fully taranteed. ast Friday evening a printer CARRIES A- i-
__--_ ------ ed E. M. Barrett came to In-erness

V. L BLANCHARD Chronicle. Saturday morning Barret ...
was left alone in the house, and Mr. .- ot**^
CnOTRAPTOR ANBs BUlQ Butler went to work uaal in the ,
CUN inK AID office. About 9 o'clock an alarm of " -- I
PLANS RNISHED are was sounded and noon a crowd a
PLANS FUNISHEhad 'surrounded the buildlRg, all eag"r
ON APPLICATION to aid in saving property, but beyond mJ -
l. O. Boxe40. OCAIA, FLA. preventing the flames from reaching
a fowl house in the yard, no good 'q
-- "'' O t could be accomplished, and not a ves-,d i '
tige of the dwelling or anything in it U SiP I UUM
TIE t8M1 EB AL : escaped the blae. The house w"a a f"t
three-room dwelling, new, and only **'-T"
^^- R^- Sh B ~occupied the week before. There was .. .
-- pwitents, and the loss l about ,$450. The--
~~~~people of the town knowing that Mr F ~ 5 ~ 3 m


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L. R. CARROLL. mn Meme MO w
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John T. Lewis, inspector of state
convict camps, came In Saturday ft-m
Tallahassee, where he beard th de-
bate on the acceptance fe the ajor-
Ity reports of the L I. ftmd boo1.
There has been considerable disus-
slon by the members of th legoisl
ture on the board'and th salary pad
former Governor Jennugs, which they
Insisted exceeded all Just denamss.
None gave It a blacker eye than did
yd L Carter ,of Galnesvi e. As eN-
Oov. N. B. Broward, who had a .am4
In this business, was In Talahasee,
Representative Miller, of Lake county.
moved the governor be given a hear-
ing. and for more than three hours
Mr. Broward by his ctlar and un-
equivocal statement of facts, held the
attention of the House. The former
governor said the Attorneys Bryan
were the first to serve the board at
812.000 a year. The second year they
demanded $10o.0e a year for their ser-
vices, so the board engaged ex-Gov.
Jennings, who was perfectly familiar
with aUl the details of the case, at
$5,000 a year. But the statement that
created a sensation was when the
governor produced a letter from d
Carter, who was chairman of the old
legislative committee appointed by-
r. Broward to make the InvestIgation,
In which Mr. Carter stated If he could
be appointed counsel to the board, the
report would be okay. By the way,
John T. Lewis mistook his mimlon. He
should be a newspaper reporter and
If he woull write as he talks he would
be a howling success. The House, by
an overwhelming majority, adopted
the majority report of the committee
endorsing the acts of the trustees.

The Star notes with pleasure from
Invitations received to attend the conm-
mencement exercises of the senior
class of the Tampa High School which
occur Wednesday evening. May 19th,
that Miss nrances Chambers, the ac-
complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs
W. J. Chambers is one of the 22 grad-
uates. Miss Chambers is pleasantly
remembered by a host of Ocala school

Mr. Blerman is arranging to make
a trip to Tripoli, to visit his sister and
whom he has not seen for years, Mr.
Blerman will be accompanied by Miss
Nellie L. Roberts, of Jacksonville, who
Is an old school chum and friend of
Mr. and Miss Blerman. He expects to
get away the last of June,

Dr. C. W. Curtis, who is so deeply
Interested in the establishment of a
tuberculosis retreat at Homossia, re-
turned yesterday from Atliata. where
he went to ceva medical treatment
for an injury received from the engine
crank of a motor boat on the Homo-
mamsa river a month ago. At first it
was thought an operation would have
to be performed, but luckily he escap-
ed the necessity of such and now he
s all right again. He left for Homo-
ama this morning to proceed with
the preparation of his hospital build-
Frank Wetherbee and J. C. Wheeler
were busy Saturday Installing a porta-
ble engine for J. Di McDufy. which
will be used for motive power for his
thrashing machine, pinder picker, feed
grinder and wood sawer. McDuffy
proposes to be up-to-date In every-
thin that pertains to arming.

Invitations to the commencement
exercises of the Hllsbrough High
Bcholl have been received in this eity
by the friends of Miss Frances Chain-
bers who will be one of twenty-tw6
graduates. Miss Chambers lived in
Ocala before her parents moved to

J. M. Graham, the real estate and
Insurance man, had the pleasure of
eating a ripe peach off of his orchard
Just west of town. As he told the
story of Its lusciousness It made every
hearer's mouth water.

Messrs. John IR. Martin and J. W.4
Crosby, two prominent turpentine op-
erators, the former at Loughman and
the latter at Istachatta, were in town
Saturday and spent Sunday with their

Mr. J. 8. Leach, the contractor and
builder, who is now engaged Ina buId-
Iag in Jacksonville, spent Sunday in
Ocala visiting his sick wife, who. we
are pleased to say, is leafoving.

Mr. Ben Borden, the popular assist-
ant postmaster and cashier of the
Ocala office, received an Invitation
from hist father, ProLF W. J. Borden,
to come down to Oxford and assist
him In celebrating his Th birthday,
Friday, and In the edibles of the feast
he would And some corn of his grow-
ing. Professor Borden has been a,
most exemplary citizen of Ozfoerd for
a quarter of a century and is beloved
and hoondr by all who know him.
May he celebrate many more birth-
days., is the wish of the Star.

Jn. Knoblock, the successful younger
farmer and trucker qt Martin. was a
caller ta town Saturday, He said
Martin was now a bean shipping point.
that four to five ears left a day. Just
what the harvest would be eould be
better told when the returns came In.

L V. Hicks, of Oxford, was In town
Saturday and having come up espe-
cially to consult Dr. Boney, was great-
ly disappointed to And the doctor had
departed forTallahassee m profs-
sional business.

J. J. Tucker. the vuoan of the Mar-
te Lumber Co"pay,. was In town
saturday conulting Dr. Neweon for a
rehlamous lmer He taid the MW mill

r. J. A wr t ar s tahe TL
. Oa -lt ehaiT, m ..aged pm*,-
I wiwthsa Rv.. C. CCarron of otl-.
'to-laer spent oday in ULe oak,
where he pece!I the ePI eIe
sermon o fe th UvevtiaHk gh Sehool
in the morning ad n -the emeav
preached for Rev. J. A. Wray. while
BSe. WY Mas" t" Qeals ad preach-
-t eeeleeunt roe i, the Baptist
church. .
In ti mpo thg he spse on prayer
al4 ft was me of the most delightful
SM e e mlave ever heard on that
teportat of ebt He said, -pray but
do stm t fth. tMi discourse was
made pott a apt by the numerous
WAG 4uotnons copnmadygt prayer
4 Its power unato salvation. Not
ady did he weave poetical garlands of
dste atelng biblical Hlies to enforce
hp. peostm.ian for supplication at the
Uoct oef tse, sbut he plucked flow-
we of poetic tancy and heat touching
seanthiaet from the poets of all lands
sad dianes, that extolled the beauty
ad etfflelncy of prayer. It was cer-
talsyg a marked discourse and greatly
appreciated by his audience.
Mr. John IA edwards reai the an-
goumoemenath while Judge W. 8. Bul-
lock read the resolutions, accepting
the r-tv'tlon' otf Rev. C. C. Carron
as pastor of the chureh to take place
June 9th, with sneere regret and wish-
IBg him an the happiness and success
that can fall to the lot ot man in his
new seld of labor, Owenaboro, ty,
and comaendini him to the good will
and Christian homes of his now con-
VIlesation. *
Mrs. Charle Culbreath at the morn-
ing service sang a very sweet soio and
Mrs. Will Goin presided at the organ.
Rev. W. H. Coleman spoke beauti-
fully and toicehbau In his morning
discourse at the Christian church on
*eMther's Day." As the Star hopes to
give a synopsis of this excellent ser-
moa we pass to tlp services at the
Methodist church, where Rev. Craw-
erd Jaikson, of Atlanta, general sec-
retary of the Juvenile Protective As-
socatlon, told of the efforts of Judge
lJndeq. of Denver, who conceived and
put into operation the first Juvenile
court In the land a"d the wonderful
helpfulness and good that has come
from that movement, which Is spread-
Ing over the land in taking care of the
wayward boys and In many Instances
making men of honor out of them.
In a word It is much cheaper for the
community and state to reform a
youth than to keep him as a hardened
criminal. He laformed the audience
that the association is erecting on a
farm at Jackson, six miles from
Athens, Ga., a plant that will cost $25,-
90f, and to extend the ovetulneir of
the farm and Its buildlns in the re-
claiming and reformation of young
boys who have strayed from the right
path, it is the purpose of the assocla-
tion to raise $100,0 more, not for the
reformation of the young criminals,
but those of Florida andAlabama and
that is the ,mina on of Mr. Jackson li
Ocala, gon t from 'place to place sad
asking those who can fnanelly do
so to assist in this great and good
work. Last year the association took,
care of I9 young culprits and started
them on the road to good citlsenshlp.
At night Rev Jackson spoke most
seeaptably ad to the gieat eification
of his audience at the Presbyterian
church. He referred to the teachings
of the Bible In clothing the naked and
feeding the hungry and giving drink
to the thirsty, not only materially and
edibly, but in a true spiritual sense to
help those in great need and none
needed this more than the poor un-
fortunate and those who had strayed
from the paths of righteousness and
virtue. He Ilt-mrated his subject
beautifully by speaking of the dispo-
sition of mankind, how one taste
sought the heavens and the lesson it
taechee. How Chlret knows the in-
clination of that Individual for stars.
The same with the student of min-
eralogy and to hhn Christ becomes
precious as the rock of his salvation.
The lover of flowers and plants. Chrt
enshrines himself in his heart as the
creator of al earthly glory 'and beau'
ty. How to all the saears of the world
Christ is the Kingr of Kings, the Lord
of Lords and in the true spirit of his
unbounded compassion, cares for and
is ever ready to help the unfortunate,
the cast down mortal He is the truth
and the light.
He then told the beautlfil tory
that Dwight Moody was the author of,
namely: of a little girl passing along
the street who met an old man In

proSa garb, who had, his wrists man-
acled. She had compassion for him
and expressed It, but the old man tn
chains resented her intrusion, raised
his bands to strike her and loaded her
down-with curses. For a moment the
little girl was abashed and shrunk
back. but her gqpd will and sympathy
belingstronger than he fear of the man
she took courage and whispered.
'Christ ito sorry for you and has con-
passion for you." The man was taken
to his prion task and the words of the
little girt would not leave him until
he surrendered to Christ, who washed
him of all his sine, made a good man
of him and dislmharged from prison he
made atonement In good citizenship
for the ruin he had caused by his bad
deeds. If hardeed men could be made
to feel their condition, how muob
easier and better to take the suscep-
tible and 1mpresslonable youth.
He also read a very sad letter from
the Rev. J. T. Boone of the Chris-
tian church In Jacksonville, of a
mother who had a wayward boy whose
bhad deeds had caused her a world of
.sorrow and anguish and asked the
reverend gentleman to Intercede for
her. In this letter Rev. Boone swid
the way the Marianna Reform School
was. conducted was a university for
ermw a.nd crmilnals and Just such an
Insttation as Rev. Jackson conducted
was what was Imperatively needed.
At the morning session after his ad-
dress, he explained the tenor of a bill
fqr juvenile reform that Hon. F.' M.
Hudson had drafted and hoped for its
passage by the legislature of Florida
and asked for Its adoption which was
doae by the audience by a rising vote.

N. Oenu *M r hs eartd peo-
ple w In Tne Banu l support Of
sees m- ans 1 mainestak
r. W. EL Dodge, et te xreesy-Ed
ehuoe, preaebed a splendid gs Is
the meoing on -Motherhood,' w-hfe
Rev. (aeorei EsMreHe HeUMIOR, of
arace pscopal churches, entertained,
instructed and premed bome the truth
of beameolent helptnesm by a sermon
to the Knights of Pythiss ad their
duty and responahblIUty as Chtiif
*en' to succor the wiow. relieve the
orphan and- apper the afflicted and
destitute of earth. He 'ehse for his
text the gysad gospel words: "Glory
toUGod In the highest and good wil to
man on earth." The Knights were
more than pleased with the fervid ut-
terances of thi consecrated man.


Court convened this morning and
the first civil case tried was that of
A. A. Livlngston of Madison on a note
given him by J. B. and W. B. Walters
18 year ago, which the defense was
paid for by cotton delivered to the
holder of the note, but which note the
payee failed to take up and destroy.
Attorney L. N. Green represented the
plaintiff and Davis & Martin were in
charge of the defendant's case. The
Jurors in the case are A. B.' Dias. S.
Cathen, J. M. Blair, D. A. Miller, T. D
Lancaster. Sam Dillard. Verdict for
the defence.


Rev. George Gabby, of Cadis. Ky.,
telegraphed the-officers of the Baptist
church Saturday afternoon, after the
Star had gone to press, that he would
accept their call to the pastorate.

It Is NOT What is on the Label
but what Is in the ccn that makes
your paint satisfactory or the reverse
How can you know WHAT Is in the
can unless it carries analysis and
Davi 10 per cent
Pure Paint
carries both. Why do not other paints
carry it? They would if they were

Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.


The Author of "Beulah" and "St.
Eiko" i Dead
Mobile, Ala.. May 10.-Mrs. Augusta
Evans-Wilson, the well anowp South-
ern outhoresa, died at her home here
yesterday from an attack of heart
Mrs. Evans-Wilson was a native of
, Clumbus., Ga., and Was 74 years of
age. For the past year she has been
In retirement at her beautiful subur-
bean home "Ashland." She wrote
"Beulah," "Ine," "St. lme," and
many. other popular books.


The Usual Crime Met Its Almeet 'In-
S ablpunmb meW t

Jacksonville, Fla., May 10.-Mrs.
John Deas, wife of a well known
former, residing at Camden, fifteen
miles from Jacksonville was criminally
assaulted last night by an unknown
negrow. who was later captured by
t.y a crowd of citizens and lynched.
Mrs. Deas was driving ,her cows
home yesterday afternoon when .-the
regro sprang upon her, forced her to
te ground and accomplished his pur-
pose. Mrs. Deas' screams attracted
The attention of her son, who came
to her rescue, bat the pegro bad made,
his escape from the scene.
The sheriff n thte city was notified,
but when he reached the scene the
pursuers Had captured the negro, Mrs.
Deas had Identified him and his throat
bad been Cut from ear to ear and his
body riddled with bullets.


Reber Aldrich of Jaecksonville Was
Misfota for a SBurtar
Jacksonville. Fla. May 10-At a late
hour last night Robert Aldrich, a well-
known clts4t, was shot and killed by
J. 0. ross, superintendent of the
Florida White Pressed Brick Works
who mistook him for a burglar.
Aldrich, who had been out fishing.
was returning home when 'darkness
overtook him and he became lost. Af-
ter wandering about for some time he
went to CrossW home and the latter.
rmistakung his mission, shot him three
times, causing instant death.


My house hold furmaure, Ift bought
In a lump. A good chance for someone
to start house keeping. Answer today;
this ad Wtil be changed tomorrow.
At 0. K. Grocery.


Gainesville. Fla, May 10.-The jury
In,. he ease of William A. Bexley and
T'ruby Osteen, charged with the mur-
der of W. IL Moreland, a traveling
man, at High Springs, July 29, 19M,
brought in a verdict of manslaughter
Saturday- Sentence will be'pronounc-
ed ;oday. The defendants are promi*
nent young men of High Springs.

tlorrlfled his grandmother, Mrs. Maria
Taylor. of Nebo, Ky, who writes that,
when all thought he would die. Busk-
klt's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
I.rfallible for burns, scalds, cuts, coma
wrrnds, bruises. Cures fever sores,
tol}s, skin eruptions, chilblains, chap-
ped hands. Soon routs piles. 25c at
ail Iruggists.


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The.only- way to be ,sure of ".1.'
To the Peopl, of Ocala :.m.,m..,.-.

sore than of price. There's ,lot o f "
ri ,OOtton itre, s.:t .ff .

fabrics, cotton mixtures. stuff that .ook#nr ".i

new, and sold at a temptingly low price, '

If you haven' t become a.oqa tt

and the v&lue-forthe6-money qualttty of Ba.t .

clothes you've got something ooming to you- t

We want you to see the new sA le
smart fabrics all-wool; new pattern'a, a<

stylish, most perfectly tailored elothes r

You may

Drop in here some day a

see something in hats or fumi~hfligs
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Notwithstanding the rain of yester-
day there was a ,f-ne attendance of
Juaior,.at the League. The subject
was *Our Birthdays" and Mattie Od m
was te leader. The blackboard talk

on Bible resolutions conducted by, An-
ane Pearl Liddon was very much en-
Joyed and participated In by the Jun-
lors. Rev. R. IH Barnett was prtset
and led in prayer. There were several
visitors present and to them ad-oth,.
ers i extended a cot4o lawnttatlb a
come againa. The pgrams hane
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Th.. above represents the price asked-for the best paying proposition
es .r off'r-d in Ocala, or anywheree els e, which is as follows: large lot 90119
on Magno.lia stre.:t, facing Carmichael & Son's store, in the Fourth ward,
With thr.-e large store'.-ei Th, p:,;' is no:.\ bririging S15 a month, but by spending $150 on place can be t., hrinir r ;2 ,0. or will make antS per cent. investment. Terms, $500
(<'.-'Ai :'ii $1i)'< .-,.ry thr+.,* months with 8 per cent. interest.
'I* ,) bI- uat jprir- named is the best value in ecala today. "It offers you
t) buiy a building that will double in value by the time you have paid for it,
and yu wi:1 r bee-iv,, back one-third of actual money Invested, for rents, be-
fo,-, yvoi have- jaid thi. entire e principal.
At t imm-liat.iTy .,nd call on me for other information.

Marion Realty


A. FRANK, Manager.

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Odd Mellows meet tonight.

K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday nisht.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Red Men meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet lFriday evening.

Best 50 cent dinner In the city at
the Elk Cafe.

Mr. William H. Wilson made his
usual weekly visit to Ocala yesterday.
5 or 6 doses "4W' will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 2Sc.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rentz are en-
tertaining Dr. Rentz and Mr. George
Rentz. of Waddell. Ga.
FOR RENT--Six-room cottage at

HOUSES FOR RENT IN AN' PART Of THE CITY. No. 17 North Sancbez street. Conven-
LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS lent location. Apply H. D. Stokes. 6t
__ .... I-Judge Bell issued a marriage license
Saturday to Mr. Mack W. Teuton and

laave you seen the new visible Pay-
and taste as sweet. That's why Schlea- holes typewriter? R. C. Davis & $'o
l iger's and Lowney's Candies in halt general agents.
and pound b.xes are so popular. Pure C. Foy. Jr.. of Belleview, sp.nt
confections these; flavor delicious. Our Saturday night in Ocala, a guest of the
confectionery is free from adultera- Montezuma.
Stion. It is wholesome and healthfuL Short order meals promptly sedved
I -^^ Every kind, of confectionery here.
Fru ts, ,'ild Drinks. Cigars and News- Mr. E. P. Thaggard went to Tamp;i
yesterday afternoon having benn called
S Apers. there to attend to business.

BALLAR D'S 5 or doses "6r' will cure any case
y of Chills and PFever. Price 2e.n


a re. .,tirs for th;. ',rdexint if that is
lon,. h, r',. <',Crr, t formss, paper, print-
i,,, ty'.i st-yl.s or gravingin. enclos-
ing ty.- ,,,.--.,l hav, ,- operly posted
',, ,:r* 1 att.ntiion froinm us and the
4.t: ,r gaving is donlt, just as
I,, 'ti Iz is c nli istent with skilful
-1,, k ,ion. irn aild look over our
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U- r a"y I... a 'npaked %idh onsebodpoiat.A.iu
&1p an --anis n caci s ue o bspae.dtitmtau
tave N...11J t'.Sc acked with the lokwing prodmwt
P '- t* I f Cautied Meats; AmAr'srowsthted and DiedflsI M;
A: i r V.1 1~ -1: Anuio.:r 16 F!' act of JDeti; Arnauo r ss~o hwk Ie c;
A-?I* Ai, -Z' .1. cl.-:' nIfrw XLye (1ii.infvztaut0.-Daneir Chieriftef Iime.
.i, a.- C1.', ,iI JR"iaa Dutch) C.Jcoa.-llearduiey~sAcme Pea-
nut ..c2 ..: .~-cde.. Coiist~-~rd. Sarboccie"in errrin~g.-
f v T.esit- -Dhi,.iatn's Original Shred) CocusasL-
I ].n,1 0 O.'tin-e3(sidflt H-a. ') ducts.-4cm~z-Amricsa Coffee
I~.,a Eg, 'L.v-kvnL N" w;M E r'2r'hdt. ec.-Heidcu IJ.kaw-ke ftd1ie
Jr.' tJQ!Creaux Tak9um ftmdNilS UW-r.-My Wiffel
';gi'c~.":-None Such Min~ce !.et-04AI F~xtradt the "Best" Tonic.-
C'..1 -a.! Crem.-Pro-pliy-tac IexToukh Iruahcs-luwmo (A6Glycerin
`7 c:,--.i-EZ(Scouring &. ammy Z~w19anadzy S' L-
EN=I ow to a Va~erLibre" MSlps Qucki LUn" IISCIv
F~!T~m~fl I 'is Theppro OW &MObumed hum homelaO~Prc&3Uet be C

Dr. Boney is back from Tallahassee.
where he went to look after the in-
t* rests of the state opticians.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure c-hills and fever. 25 cz'nts.
J. W. Hinton of Sharpe's Ferry and
William Henderson of Lynne. were in
town this morning.

Mrs. H. C. Judd and children left
yesterday for Rabun Gap. Ga., where
they will spend the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rents returned
to their home at Levon today after a
brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rentz.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever, 265 cents.
M. and Mrs. Ben Raysor came- down
from Lowell Saturday. to visit Mrs.
Raysor's mother. Mrs. James Pyles.

Geo. L. Taylor and his nephews. Roy
and Charley Nixon, had a very suc-
ce.sful day fishing for bream at Sil-
ver Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. I,. Goolshy of Silver
SSprings. are rejoicing in the coming
of the stork, who left a fine baby girl.
Mr. R. E. Yonge. Jr.. and daughter.
after a brief visit to Mr. Yonge's par-
ents, returned to Jacksonville last
night ove-r the Seaboard.

R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter pon easy 'terms Ift desired.
Dr. CurtTs, of Atlanta. who is estab-
lishing a rest cure camp and hospital
at Homosassa, was in town today on
his way to Homosassa. having spent
a moth In Atlanta.

The cattle impounder had his hands
full this morning driving in a lot of
unruly cows thtt had Invaded the city.
i They are now ruminating in the pound.
Mrs. JX R. Moorhead and Mrs. Britt
Sanders, who attended the convention
of the Daughters of the Confederacy
!at St. Augustine last week. returned
home Saturday afternoon. TIhey had a
delightful time.
Mr. John R. Mathews drove up Sat-
urday from Candler behind his blood-
ed colt. Mr. Mathews said his stock
was doing finely and the oranges were
looking welL
The t andler melon growers are cer-
tain they will load the first car of
melons ay 20th and from all reports,
tie Lady Lake, if not beat her a few

Fine candies, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best, In pounds and half-
pounds, at -Ballard's news and fruit

Miss Sarah Agnew. the trained
Nurse. who has been spending a few
days with her sister, Mrs. Carstens.
1 left this morning for Gainesvillt to
take charge of a very sick patient.
We have a most exquisite lire of
I fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Miss Jessilu Martin returned from
I Dunnellon Saturday afternoon, where
k she went to assist with the music at
the commencement exercises of the
high school there.

Miss Josie Williams. who attended
the annual convention of the U. D. C.
at St. Augustine as a delegate from
Dickison Chapter, of this city. is the
guest for a week of her nephew. Mr.


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Mrs. Richard Hall spent Saturday
in Jacksonville shopping going up 5n
the early morning train and return-
ing at nine o'clock.
Miss Elsie Liddon departed this af-
ternoon for Jacksonville and Worth-
ington Springs, where she A ill visit
friends and relatives for a month.

There were large crowds at the Air
Dome Saturday evening, the music.
the pictures and the cool eve .ing air,
making an irresistible combination.
and the elements will b'm equally for-
tuitous this evening.

Miss Eva Rollins of Fochelle. who
has bet.n visiting relatives in this city
for the past few days. left this after-
noon for Cornell. where she will visit
for a few days.


Moving Pictures

and Music

The Best of Enteralnment Furnish.
ed by Home People
Doors Open at 7:89 p. I.

Music by the Orchestra Between Aete

AdmiBsiom 10 aad 5 Oeats


The city council will sit to hear com-
plaints on tax assessments May 18,
1909. All parties having complaints
must file them in writing by that date
otherwise they wW not be considered
H. C. Sistrunk,
Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of Ocala.

One of the grea'alst conveniences
about tbe house iso oe of those Amer-
ican Electric Smoothlng Irons. Heat-
ed in a minute, an. even temperature.
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife,
mother or sister one of them. Two
slaes and prizes. Ask H. W. Tucker
to show. them to you.
A pair of first class mules for sale
cheap. Apply to Claude Campbell,
city. 5-5-tf

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Soda Water Time
lee Cream Place
The lovers of real good sodawater
and ice cream find ours touches the
spot for them. We aim at quality,
which is why we hit their apprecia-
tion. The quality of our confectionery
makes It necessary to keep up the
reputation of our store, and our soda-
water and Ice cream does just that.




from that college on the evening of
Wednesday. May 19. Miss Burford
during her three years in the Ocala
High School made a very brilliant rec-
ord, standing at the head of her class
the whole term. At Belmont Miss
Burford has completed four years
work in the three years and is grad-
uating with high honors. Miss Bur-
ford is a pretty and accomplished
young girl and is the oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford.
Mrs. B. B. Ricker came up yester-
day from South Lake Weir. where she
was looking after her grove and spent
a day with Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, and
left for Jacksonville this afternoon.
The Epworth League rally at the
Methodist church Sunday night was
well attended and the exercises prov-
ed of great interest.
Mr. Louis Chazal left this after-
non for New York. sailing from there
for Lngland. Mr. Chazel will be a-
broad for six weeks part of which
time will be spent attending to busi-
ness and part for pleasure. He 'ex-
Iwcts to take several trips on the
Early breakfasts served for special
orders at the Elk Cafe.

J B.. "Pat" Malloy. the gang plow
cultivator of mother earth at Anthony,
was a caller in town Saturday. He said
the truckers were sure growing the
stuff, bu* it remained to be seen fK
that produce was wanted at a price to
make it interesting for the growers.

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*EATH Ot 41 11* -i

Jitmie Campbel son e Mr. A
Mrs. J. A. Campbel, was a tit g8lt.
urday nig Mamd e etubv Q6
his bicycle near tt1 resident. M1.
Geo. W. MartUi er Orange aveaM, -,
ran into a ft ltfWekf ciamseidM
threw him to the -*nDd, the haadit
bars of the wheel ditlO bhim over
the liver. He rose to his fe1t 0 fD
thinking he was seriotaly htr t, d ta -
night being dark he retauke to
for a light. He reached bome ead terv
ed, not complaining of his ftuI l
Sunday boring. The pai gr.w .irtg
and Dr. Newsom was sent for aI qt0
erything that medical skill could -s.,
gest was done for his relief, bat te
patient grew worse and died VhAi
morning about S o'clock. Deceased
was the second son of Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell, 19 years of age and a ge-
eral favorite with all who knew bh.
having a special aptness for maeblaery
of all kinds and electricity and if he
had been permitted to have grown isto
full manhood and his natural lnelina-
tions developed, he no doubt would
have become a good and. useful ma-
chinist, as he was a faithful and duti-
ful son. In the sad bereavement that
has cast its dark and sorrn-owing shad-
ow over the family, the Star extends
its sincere sympathy.

A special meeting of Tulula Lodge
will be held at Yonge's Hall at $:M
this evening. All members requested
to be present, as important business ts
to be attended to.

A meeting of the Marion County
Anti-Saloon League will be held. on
Tuesday evening. May 13th. at 8
o'clock. H. C. Packham, Sec.

Saturday afternoon Miss Mamle
Taylor was the lovely hostess of the
Young Ladles Card Club at the at-
tractive Taylor home on Fort King
avenue. This meeting was particular-
ly enjoyable for two reasons, first, the
hostess and second, it completed the
last of a delightful series 'of meetings
which began in early winter.
In the two front rooms five tables
of players spent a most delightful af-
ternoon playing whist. During the
games iced grapl fruit was passed. On
counting the scores it was found that
Miss Esther Weathers and Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston held the highest and each
was presented with a pink silk pin
cushion with adjustable' hand-em-
broidered linen tops, the work of the
Miss Taylor,- assisted by her sister,
Miss Margaret Taylor. Mrs. G. S.
Scott and Mrs. W. V. Newsom, serv-
ed, at the conclusion of the games,
pineapple ice cream, cake and salted,
Those who spent the afternoon with
Miss Taylor were: Mrs. C. H. Lloyd,
Mrs. Ralph Birdqey of Maion, Mrs.,
Arthut Hardaker of Tampa, Mrs. J,
H. Taylor, Mrs. C. S. Cullen. Mrs. W.
H. Powers, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston.
Mrs. Sanford Jewett, Mrs. Harvey
Clark. Mrs. G. R. McKean, Mrs. W.,
V. Newsom, Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. M.
J. Roes, Misses Sarah McCreery.
Esther Weathers. Meta Jewett, Va-
leta Potter, Ethel Robinson, Susie
Fort. Margaret Taylor, Alice Bullock
and ,Pauline Sullivan.
Mrs. W. H. Powers, who has always
been a popular member of this. club.
until last winter when she did not
Join, will entertain the club next Sat-
urday afternoon.
The funeral services of Jimmia
('ampbll will take place tomorrow af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock from Grace Epis-
copal church. Rev. Geo. H. Harrison
officiating. Mr. Alfred Owen will con-
duct the funeral and the remains will
be interred ki the new cemetery.
Mrs. H. S. Chambers went up to
Orange Lake yesterday to visit with
friends ere departing for Macon and
Atlanta to spend the summer.

Invitations to the commencement
exercises of. Belmont College. Nash-
ville, Tenn.. have be-en received In
this city by the friends of Miss Mary
Elizabeth Burford who will graduate


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I am prepared to take any. ,Jo t
painting, no matter h6w lamge e I w%
small, or how fine the woe dialed
may be. I have the material, br
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. Houses painted maIne abd ouL
Graining, gliding, hard o9l 0 nlslg,
varnishing and lettering a"d saD
painting. Taste sad ski gSua.anteed.
Write a card, car t Camp Pheepumae
Company, or leave w-rd at the 8tar
office. K. W. FlUyw. Oeala, h tf
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They are handed down ftlm part
to child, and if there is a detect In a
parent's eyes it Is more tian Ithly to
be found in the eyes of the child afe.
. Red lids, styes, or Itchiag, buralan
pains are
muscular troubles that can be over-
come by using proper glasses.
Eyesht Specialist.
Ofice Hours: 9 to 12 a& ad
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optieal oes
and laboratory, rooms ? and 4 uly

The Star can supply Its patrons mad
the general public with live,. Original
and up-to-date advertising cuts and
Illustrations. We have the mats aad
can make the electrotypes in our stir-
otyping department on very short no-
tice of almost any kind (t an illa-
tration you may desile to Ilstrte
your advertisements or hand MW
stationery, etc. Call at the office aua
see prootsheets of the cats. New aone
received twice a week.


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Bottled In Bond

One Quart $1.00

Four Quarts 50

Delivered $8.75

This is a choice, High Grade

Private Stock Rye Wkbkey

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be as good am ay bQttld in

*bond whiskey on the market,
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L .B Wi.n wn ys and 9T. Food and AlcohoL-Ball pro- acc6mpuhe4 in the past year we
seats the following comparative table faithful service of thm tower eu-
as representing demons~ratable facts mlttees, who furnished Sowers OtW
91Am CLa l and the teaching of laboratory work: services Ia their chuiebes and amt
a the tmanye to tr I boquets to the asick or lbas.
I e on There have been aMster hw is
Fhm Oil rmik 1. A certain quantity will produce a behds aan Id na s iesy "V"-
B al o24certain efect at fir st .; the a eme quae a b preS.
Stw wl owa y ect in t heheae theodye ents were given to both old ad -
et --- the h al body youne a osilection was taken p ad
t the amount thus raised seat to the
? Ta- hab1tal useoffoodneve s H oeNewas a
t0 the ill I ee nontrollable desire for in t NeW ear's o gift. l a
l or"w with lC d in eve-br increasing amou nt So.- eterta Inme nt e be
w; f& hfnL Afte r Its habitual use a suddengiven for both pleasure WA At
T6 ___total abstinence never causes gay de- some Junior soelabs afd pleasant
rangements of the central nervo programs there wuld be a al. of
system_ progams ther hte a *We of
ice cream or other delicious estables*
4 _oods are ox idsed slowly in the in other pla just a tree-wI ofr-
in Business me tina e have tim
5. Foods, beiln seful, are stored In ended with an hour of twilesome it
the body.Tavares has monthly socials. One
Foods are the produte of eonl society serves cake and lemonade
structive activity, activity of proto- treeon oea month.
plasm in the presence of abundant ox-
is the only oil stove built with a CABINETTOP t m fofolh ire (To be eonttn ed).
-6 PN 7uM. Foods (exaoet meats) are formed
nd keeping food hot after cooking Also has inl sop shivIn nature r the nourishment of m SOUTHa W R
an which to stand the caie pot at eupot af N f*o m i Ing organisms and are,. therefore, In- -- .
lmed with two nickeled rac ks for ia A ma d of remm eren boy wholesome. M i a eno CartM ud t
mpl: t and MSdeisthrin &8. The regular Ingestion of food Is children of P era i Mr e vi-itle at
benefieial to the healthy body. but may Mr. & D. Carter..
izes- with or witht CabineTop If be deleterious ta the sclek. Mr. McDonald was up on .attaY
witrh Wytu O T o Awa= agoy. o9. The use of foods Is followed by from McDemoald to see his proewt.
no reaction, formerly the Porter place, and tfaund
SJust & 10. The use of food Is allowed by It in fine colltionu under the care of
helam p. as an increase In activity of the muscle Mr. Bishop, and the grove liaded with
ovely coI_0 cells an brain cells.ofruol r
,mo f or- th eve p o 11. Th hue of food Is followed by ]3 .. f ticker carne downlo tr
aan increase in the excretion of ear- Jakoile, wherehnow e4
the kchcanp orbribon oxide.Tuesday to attend to the ertw Ilab ea
every ccas If mot with y wier 12. The use of food may be followed her grove. "
o .ut IBand-N "lby aceumulation of fat. notwithatand- M]r. Ti le B. Snookhe s taken th
Ing increased activity. agenh a for the Mapes feNlse-s
IL The use of food Is followed by a athis eon.A
Rise in body temperature. Mrs. D). D. Peak. left tor her O.N
14. The use of food strengthens and home in Ocean Grove N. ., the put
steadies the muscles, week.
13. The use of, food makes the Mr. M. B. Killam left on Sunday for
brain more active and accurate. Bethlehem, N. C. where he has a po-
I r P a Lsltlon for the summer with Landlord
AlCOON, P L. -I. T. Clawson at the Hillside Ina.
IL E. B CH, Manager. .. A r, s atALHO The unusually heavy rain of Mon-
03 0 9, ".Li O ,, 1. -L A certain quantity will produce a day was much appreciated, although
GZ. ]B UITM 5lsler, certain effect at firt, but it requires it interfered with the oat harvesting
more and more to produce the same hereabouts. It is seldom teat we have-
EI LefNect when the drug Is used habtu- such a fine rain at this season."
n o IAAK ally. Miss A. BA. Lee and Miss A. 'M.
CMME RIA L B2. When used habitually It is like- Woodbury, who Ilt here with Mr. A.
ly to induce an uncontrollable desire .
0,for more, Ia ever increasing amounts. -
OCALA, FLA. After Its habitual use a sudden a o ~ er fB
total abstinence is Hikely to cause a
seWous derangement of the central Are said to be bW dix t
nervous system. rovInd. Bt many luames n women all a
4. Alcohol is oxidised rapidly in the their family physietabS, sufering, they
bo.Imagine one frt dyspepel, ano t errom
T E EPOSIT S IN T IS S NK5. Alcohol, not being useful, Is not heartndis ae, anther from liver or l*-
Are the merchants, the profmesalonl and suceeefual men and women 0 stored in the body. ey disease, sr from ervo = C
Nr mran96. Alcohol is a product of decompo- trat71n, anothbwithpain here adthere
the city, the farmers of the surround lag territory, sition of the food in the presence of and In this way they p re en ke t
We accommodate all classes. Our customers represent the en ad abundant oxyen. tbusy doelveso sarate esoi or ovewhichr
women who have built and are still buildluk sueces.tul enterprises. 7. Alcohol is formed in nature only e, assuming uthemo be sahege prscr-bes
We solicit a share of your business. as an excretion. It is, therefore, In hispills a potlon In realty, theyam
S,_ ,_ , ,- common with all excretionp, inherent- all1 caied bymo ut la
ly poisonous. use of sufferaM pstme
8. The regular Ingestion of alcohol oUI l larie' ubptr
FRESH M EATS AND VEGETA BLs la deterious to the healthy body, but paUent gets e b
may be benecial to th1 sick (through wreg create b
S. The use of alcohol in common
Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef with narcotics in general, is followed by sympS
Mut Armour' Star m o P by a reaction. toms ata iett teefort instead (
Mutton, Armour's Star am, Armour's Pork 10. The use of alcohol is followed Aosery. abese wensa
Sasage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beet, by a decrease in the activity of the e kn half ued
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Tun ips, Beets, muscle oells and brain cells. Dr. Pleree's Favorite Preserlptr s a
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions 11. The use of alcohol Is followed e medie icine,-e a nl ddle_ I,
by a decrease in the excretion of car- n dated to woman's delle syteml
W--S ___ w Dbonic oxide. It Is made of native American medielaa
| 4 ~ BB L V J 12. The use of alcohol Is usually r0 and Isperfetlyhar a.
* A *. 16 Tollowed by an accutmulation of fat t eg4ft = "Ia 5 i. A
__Phone 108 City Market ^through decreased activity. e-- teail *
1h. 'The use of alcorol may be fol- wit sth g t retie ?]
-" l1 ^>lowed by a fall in body temperature. whole s andlS Ze dis*
14. The use of alcohol weakens and Untly fenine in a ul
B ss unsteadles the muscles. worked. 5i rItd 4e
1.5 The use of alcohol makes the to lted chers merse drM.naker
I * M .*brain lees active and accurate. 31So 8m ShOp-hers,'aS'kee
SI S -American Medical Journal. nyal, Plerce's Pavorite Ps ui
s u m I nsThe following Items ef interest are ALs a 5O 1 'UPi1".U,
JACKSO ILLES FINEST AND flIN AS| taken from the annual report of Mrs. 'vpan isPt ,
W. Bruce, state superintendent, dala nervous talty taMlt
L.ARESST i EST TEAR-M i rSL ead at the convention in Tampa. fBrT heaxh ervous e7at or,
sl5es $$ 5er W ay -1d UPw i _-B: :- Atp the time of closing records of a mf and other dllet f es
work for last year, that is on Aprfl _ympot alSuy_ a eoftm
I H__AS__ j slt there were on the State Junior im'Lt td h l esii9--
A ABlO l alSII- WIaS~ni ^ jr _rpT _- _ list forty societies, with a total of 27 |a-p:-. n*so -l unity an d ii .
Members. Tbhs was undoubtedly a r. PeUets
gain the previous year, of which te s maceI~ii iI
we have not full recors. Of the 44 1 U i ,.
.. .'.. ----'-------'- -- Junior Endevorers in the forty so- -

cletles 452 ap active. 1p1 on trial, 14
absent, and 61 were reported as new L. ALEXANDER
TH L" E members. There are 166 church mem- -
H O T beDrK of whom 4e were gained during Practic l
HDS the yedr. Average number taking at
part in the prayer meetings wa% '2R8. i iiDM
81 North Magoia eet, TequN. Of the forty societies all but four had
81 North Mnola Se t, T meeea No. 27.b e heard-from during the year, most Careful estimates made on all
\ of them directly by the state super- contract work. Gives mor aa bet.m
Best Medium riced Hotel i the ty' Intendent. Two had united with ter work for the moW than any
in the C ~y. young people's organizations. fou ter contractor la town.
disbanded, and one susgnded. Eleven +
new organizatlons were reported.
Table is always supplied with the best the market afordts. m g et o four fo the
Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wants of the guests. year. New of four more societies
Good rooms and comfortable beds. were heard during the convention
but statistles from them must come In
a A- ^ __records of the new year.
ar.dl &y We Wor SMeI The average attendance of the $27 ".tC8aee b e*g ue-s I a a- "be
Juniors at church was 1237, for Sunday witsebt Sime. I wenaea& ge deal wtI
MRS. ROBERT KAISER, PROPRIkrKEI S, OCALA school 411. and at Junior prayer '.d e a s in* g
Meetings there was an average at- I skul r.eemes. mun 2y t raam s
S-- tendance of 39&. It is evident that mthe m b e% Bdltelb s I aov r e e .
children should be encouraged to at- As m ooera h oI.aI.aitSe bu h mm.
ANNUAL EXCURSION TO tend church services more regularly,
ANNU L EURN T Eighty-five copies of the Junior &W rbr
Endeavor World are taken, but only
fine vew Junior help. Junior Work.
vor World are taken and several mis-
V7A slonary papers.
For home missions the children
'- gave a total of $49.66 and for foreign
CiesisToms. $54. For general benevo-

MONDAY MAY 17 whites missions In North Carolina, --
MONDAY, MAY 1 2: the American Bible Society, S2:
Alaskan missions the same amount. i
rTk* U S& I I&L I1h IM f S ttf2 l4& I and for the Memorial Home in os-

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l2nd, were taken violeat lV at tr
hotel in Washington, Congree M alL
Something which they had eiaeM Ia
the dining car en route 'aeem at-'.
have had an effect like ptonualat pll-
oning, but at last Accounts they were
better and able to be up. "
Parties who left here lately for
western New York write of havinr a
foot. of snow there.
Dr. Wm. M. Baker who came froe
New York on account of the death of
his mother, Mrs. Thomas Baker, aad
who was seriously slek with pasS-
monla on his arrival. Is much better
Is a pretty hard thing td aeemplak
when ya'rs blue, biloue and out of
sorts. There is a sure cure for aB
kinds of stemaeh and lver eam-
platnts--e"*tfpatokm and Gyspeps.
Ballard's Berbine is mfid, yet abse-
lately effective in all cases Prics 5e
S bottle at the Anti-MsopDiy Drug*


Louisville, Ky., May 1i.-Colncident
with the silver Jubilee of the Soumthern
Baptist Theological Seminary of Wro',
vile, May 11, a coiv.tlU of.a-mvf
Baptists of the mouth wlm'bells here,
(he session to cover a period of e O*
week. The occasoan of the eomvtOaeO
will be made the medium for a sott of
stock trading of the tsith In th& sts
below the Ohio aad the Potomae, aad
Dr. E. T. MulHmnm prasydet at the sem-
inary, and ex-offcle head of the or-
ganlatlon, which is hown as the
Southern Baptist CoOvTatio- estl-
mates that 6.0ft delates wl bS in
Lounsvle during the ieventftd wee
DeWitts Little Barly RJ Utile ta-,
mors little liver plls, ama i. aeta
and sure. Sold by all ."rn4 .
Tallahassee, May10.-5Govetsr i-
christ announces the ap~ met o-t
Heary Curt&s of Qtalcr. ays ge itat
state auditor nla the plae to W a
B. Saddler, wheo term 0* 0p1r .
Tba Is the st at ae In
which the governor. remmbed tte
county of his birth. -Beth ba.e tire
of Gadaen county -ad tl tuan-
friends. Mr. Curt is s em of te best
known railroad audaors In the Mtat.
Hoarseness, bro ls and ether
throat trouble are quirky ored By
Foley's Homey sad Tar as It sootles
and heals the inflamed < that ad
bronchial tubes ad their met slnioate
cough disappears. InWst upe havitg
the genuine Fbes Homey and Tar.
Sold by all druggists.

Via The
Ws M-RKy. m

account Sona Baptist Ceave.
tieD. Tickets a oi mb M 1. 11.
12l and 1. Final limit 2Ma 3,
*17t& Asheym, N. C., sad retuar
account -Nattlmal Amiodlm T.
P. A. of Amera. TTikstea a0)e
May 28, 29 aad 30. Pm Mit
30 days from bat Mot idha ezg
date of aOs.
T7B., Loutsvile, Ky., an retutar,
Account annual l lesm t
Arabic Ordm Noba My-
tic Shrine. TIcketa eOBm le Jn
5. t, 7 aad 8. rIaMal .-M 1
1; Ashe le, 1N c., -I man,
Saccou t i1Iter* A d .Centfi
Baraes amd Pjat* TIsket oB
sale Jue 17 a. d JIal himit
June 26, 1909.
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