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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 12, 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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Volume ID: VID03165
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Potato Chips, 15c., two fsr 25.c
Imported Swiss Cheese 40. pand
1 pound Cans Presto Prunes 15s. **a.
2 Pound Cans Presto Prunes 2s. easo.
Presto Prunes are fine Cadfeitf l
fruit and ready for use. Try a aM.
Herring Roe, 1 pound Cau, 10.
Herring Roe, 2 pound Cans, 15e.
Aspasagus Tips, 25e. a Tin
Argo Salmon 20, two for 35c.
Black Pepper in glass. Nice fer te
table, 10c. each.
Pineapple Chunks. Fine goods, 2.



Two Phones 174, Oca l e.


Oflicc Over M3Iunoe & Chamn '


Rooms 9. 10 and 11.
SecozAd Floor, Hlolder Block,


Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commrdal Na u
Phone 211.
Offies hours: 8 to 12 a. W.; I to
5 p. m.

Ome-p-Second Floor The Munrot &A
Chambliss Bank Buildinag, Ocala,
Telephones-Office, 222; Redsne&.
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. ma.; 2 t0 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.


Life Assurance Society

Of The Uamed Staes


Resident AwetL

Montezma Barbershop

In Connaetlon With the Hotel Oee,
Skilled workmen and conrteous at-
tention to all. Special atteattle to


Contractor and BWdis

Plans anti SpeclfcaTbWs PVuitted
Upon Request.
129 South Thdl St.,
Phone 180. OCALA: WaI



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aise of Asnia
Prahim L. L May 12.-After the
coMucltmo of arguments on behalf of
the state by the premmtllag attorney
sad the delivery of the judge' charge
the Hala m em went to the jur shortly
after no yesterday. At 3 clock the
Jury returned a verdict of manatagh-
ter in the anst degree.

There was started tea years ago in
NeW York city an ameslatklo known
as the Coneumner'f League, whoas alm
was to awaken to foeen of the
buying public. Qeera-lly speakldg.
we would spy that we have a right to
buy any goods we pidese any time
and place we cbeese. The Cousum-
er's Loagu" 4eekber, Icludin tMe
best educated a w a the wealth-
est Class ta our citIes and celeges.
deny thia.
roem. the -fgausag they have
atoused public pinston against un-
sanitary Industrial eeodltionsIn our
big department store and factories
and staiven to- abolish the sweat shop
system, whereby woeten in dark ten-
ements are outrageously underpaid
for eye-destroying needle work. By
maaU a of the so-called "White List"
or stores to a higf stan-
dard of fairaes toward their em-
ployees, the league secures Its needs.
If a store violates the requirements
by underpaylag women .(simply be-
cause of their .ee). by employing
children under 14. or any other dis-
regard of humane standards, Intelli-
gent shoppers "go elsewhere. Listen
to fthp ?4ew Yofrk Standard for a fair

First. A faith louse I one in w' Icb
equal 'pay is g V~ for work of equal
value. lrresmec*tl* ft sex.
Second. In which wages are Pald
by the week.
Third. In which the minimum pay
for saleswomen Over. 1 is six dollars
and for cash girls two dollars per

We offer One IHadred Dollars Re-
ward for any ese of Catarrh thab
cannot be cured by Hairs Catft
Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, 0.
We, the mudersidmed. have known
P. Chemey f t the last 6 years, and
believe him perfectly b norable In all
business traasa'tlons and financially
able, to carry out any obligations made
by his Sdrm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0.
Hai's Catarrh Cure is taken later-
naIM, acting directly upon the blood
mea meous surfaces of the system.
TesMimonials sent free. Price, 75e
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Balls Famtly Pills- for consti-

Knoxville, Tenn, May 12.-It is au-
tloritatvely stated that Jamae G.
Ray. the Lafollette distiller. who re-
sides at Jo4esville, N. C.. and who will
test the constitutionality of the so-
caled' "manufacturers bill.'" which
prohibits the manufacturing of Intox-
Icahts in Tennessee after January 1st
,nest, is being aided by allied whiskey
Interests of this and other states. Mr.
Ray will be represented by Attorneys
John J. Vertrees, of Nashville; John
0. Carlisle, former secretary of the
treasury, and W. S. Black, former
governor of New York. The suit will.
be filed in the Federal court in this
city during the present month, and if
It Is successful, it is said. the consti-
tutloality of the Adams law will also
be tested in the Pederal courts. The
Adams law prohibits the sale of
-whiskey in towns of 5.000 or.under in
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
month' treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Sent for testimonials. Dr.
S. W. Hall. *2 Olive street, St.
Louis, Missour.

Mobile. Ala.. May 12.-Despondent
over his failure to secure work of any
kind, "nd worried over the suffering of

A fair house is one In which the his wife and three children. Peter J.
bors from S a. m. to p. nm. (with Matbias. a well known man of this
three-quartern of aa hour for lunch) ciiy. suicded yesterday.
-constitute the working day, and a After the shooting Mrs. Math'as
general half holiday Is griten an one said her husband, who was refined and
day In each week during at least two well educated, had sought any man-
summer months. ner of work, even to sweeping the
86cond. In which a vteation of not streets, but ill luck seemed to pursue
less than a week is given with pay him and he had been unsuccessful at
during the summer seaon. In which every point
all over time is compensated for. --
Third. In which wages are paid A HAPPf FATHER
and the premises are closed for five IsIoon turned to a sad one tf he has
principal legal holidays, vis: Thanks- to walk the floor every night with a
eargiving ay, s day, Newh crying baby. MOGee's Baby Elixir
Tear's ,day, Woshinton's Birthday will make the child werl-soothe Its
and the Fotrth of u. nerves, "Induce healthy, normal slum-
Physical Conditions ber. Best for disordered bowels and
A fair house Is one In' which, the sour stomach. All teething babies need
present law regarding the providing of It. Pleasant to take, sure, and sate.
seats for 1ales women Ir observed, contains no harmful drugs. Price 25
a"d the use of seats permitted. and SO cents per bottle at thb Anti-
All the beat stores In New York Monopoly DrugStore.
city. and other big towns, conform to
these rules-Altman & Co., Beat & PARDEE IN TROUBLE
Co, Huylers, Wanamaker. etc. Why -
should we be less humane nl Ocala? Ye W Man of Mieanopy Aeeused of a
Why do we allow our dry goods Serious Offense.
stores to turn mut saleswomen 111 and Gainesville, May 12.-J. R. Pardee. a
Incapacitated from the constant phys- young white man of Micanopy. who
leal strain of standing? How many ias been engaged as a rural route car-
of u4 think to look behind the coun- rier, has landed into trouble, the
terms. for seats? ."Oh, the clerks charge being forgery and larceny.
haven't time to sitt down, there are Pardee, it seemed, knew that a cer-
always customers to be waited on." tain check was coming and watched
some merchant objects. for '*t, and obe happened to "ilght
Surely a woman clerk may sit while onto" the right letter and at once
a customer is del*tilng over a opun- brought the check to Gainesville and
ter full of dre0ss oods, or reading had It Cashed here at the First Nat-
through a fashion book! Again, why lonal Bank by Assistant Cashier Gra-
should they be required to stand up ham.
while wind laee and ribbons? If The check was for $187.79, and was
the big New York stores 110 that drawn in favor of Mrs Martha' E.
seats do not make law saleswomen. Smith on the First NatInal Bank of
why shoek the Ocala merchants rwor- Woodbmine Iowa, but thlf young man
ry? Let us have seats bMhe as well being well known did not experience
as -i ftent of the edamters. Let us the least trouble in getting the bank
invlrptgate the conditions surround- here to eash it.
tna, the elerft l or to -their He was arrested by Deputy Marshal
r wa ns ad physical atae even Arnow. the warrant being sworn at
at th riAw of seeing iaquIttive. by the postotfbee inspector of this dis-
ReLmber, buying public, that trlck. sad his commitment rial will
wht Yve yeu denaM d la oura-h-u- come before Commisuionr Cushman
mBSne.~-o .,toua- cmntims will pre- Monday.
vailu you wPi"L
Now. Just a little Co0sumer's Lea- REV I. W. WILLtAMSON'S LETTER
gue advice: --
PIrst Don't hop -after 5 o'clock or Rev. & W. Williamson, Huntington,
on Saturday aftersoms (to further W. Va., writes: "Thls is to certify
the haft holiday mvemment). ,that I have uset Foley's Kidney Rem-
Second. loat receive otackaf de- edy for nervous exhaustion and kid-
livered after o'clock, (have saes- ner trouble and am free to say that
mea t mark packages not to be de- It will do all that you claim for it."
livemet after t).. Foley's Kidney Remedy has restored
ThIrl Doa't give yer address health and strength to thousands of
carelessly to sales people. weak. run down peopi Contains no
. IFarth. Don't negieot to ask for harmful drugs and is pleasant to take.
muslin underwear (In any city) bear- eld by all druggists.
ng the Con her's League abel ----
(that is' tUlfate that goods ae ~ not PAT ON BAPTISM
sweat shop work). Pat, who was noted for a quick ton-
S tPUf Des't- b y ot Christmas gue. was digging potatoes when the
presents the last weekefore Christ- parish priest came by, says the Cir-
mas and add to-the tntolerable strain cle. By way of a pleasant salutation.
OB the clerks at that time. the priest said:
"Good morning' to ye. Pa.L and what
KIISLS HER FOE OF 29 YEARS kind of p'rtatoes are ye diggin'T"
F "aw ones, your riv'rlnce."
*The amoa mercee enemy I had "Och. ye're so smart. rlf just give
for years," declares Mrs. James ye a question on the catechism. What
Dema. of Hayiesvflls. Me. "was is baptism
dyspepe. I aufferel Intensely after "It used to be four shillin's afore ye
.atlisg or dtak ig and ojeld scarcely came, but now it's twenty shillln's."
.aleep. After many remedies had ftal-
..&1 a. m&wasaul a.iAd e m es m fm t I tewvrIdWU"tt is lllrke tn hava trltnaw,

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Had Capterd and WI Ship em He an
Animal Hitwest. Unknswg to
N*atral Histry
London,'May 12-That Teddy Ro9se-
Wit, the erstwhile rough rider, awl
president of the United States could
aot so into the African Jungles with-
out gathering something out of the
comment was expected
The Globe's Naples correspondent
comes forward with a story tat Col-
onel Rooeevelt haa succekmed in cap-
turintag alive, a beast which is new to
the naturalists of the party. It ap-
pears to be a cross between a giraffe
and a xebra.
An effort will be made to et the
remarkable animal to the coast unin-
ejured. and from there It will be ship-
ped to the United States, unless some
naturalist, wiser than the common
run, corner forward and tags it in the
will be be"t promFted-best preserved
-it you are ready to give the proper
remedy at the proper time. The
proper remedy for all strains, sprains,
or colic is Perry Davis Painkiller. Tbh
proper time 'to use it is when the
trouble first sho*s Itself. Be prompt
and you'll -not only save the horse
suffering, but you'll spare yourself
trouble and exiknse---maybe save a
long time waiting. You ought to
have a bottle ready. The new siae

bottle costs 356 cents; one larger. SW
cents. Be sure yao drug gives
you Perry Davis'. 4
The chief of police of Jacksonville
has received a letter from Mrs. Nel-
lie H. Adams. now living near Mann-
vile, Alberta, Canada, who claims to
be the lawful wife of Earle Adams, the
actor kU1ad a few.weeks ago in Jack-
sonvWll,,y Miss Jessie Brown on
learJ t that he was about to marry
Miss Bagle. Mrs. Adams claims the
dead man's effects.
is the final condition of any child lat
has worms-If It lves. Think of hav-
Ing something in your stomach that
eats all you take asm nonrbitswnt Nae
tenths of the babies have\wonemis, a
be yours has. Be certain that #t bh
not by giving It hlte's Cream Ver-
mifuge-it expels all worms and Is a
tonic for the baby. Price U cents, l
the Atni-Monopoly Drugstore.
I have just received a new supply
of electric fixtures. Among them are
some handsome bracket fixtures and
Tungston fixtures, inverted or turned
down. TL W. Tucker.
The Ocaia Weekly Star and the
New York Produce .news, $1.59.

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PWOe"aP cow ar
by 41 votes to .
A was
, former Goveri WateL 1m
relative to the maerty e
comuaitee appointet I to -a lia H
report of the eamealttee o
the afairs of the TratWa. et
termal Improvemeat Fpd. 1*
refused to hear the tk B- aaea
andordred it laid au the t ,-
then adopted the report 9 t Me u.
mittee e 1S7T, which Ie the aame Sa ii
effect as the minduity report wg
censured the board tor paml t 0 s-u
governor big attor ey ee -.
The sealite mIndbiterly ;otpmmod
Beard's tate probilhtia b. -

Colds and grip weWN We
lent last winter and a\, jida
Cough Remedy was, tIN gmt 4
Mrs. Mary J. KoWng, o
W. Va., says: -"I t w .inter I
taken with one of the .wteat a
Sever bad in Ay ife. 11 l* -6
speak above a whimper agln ua if
hoarse. I waa afraid It urasa gnMhK WW
be pneumonia. I took 9a6 -*la ea
Chaumberlain'5 Cougt eit ft N
three days was tot ara, ,AA&
talk. I did not take b rut thte .*.-
tie and It cured me. I '"rm
body about *so-s -
Remedy aad he good It dia !e,-
To -M A
Washington. D. C, Xay 1.8
president has nominated as VM
States district Judge for the --nmb
District of North Carolina f ry-.
Groves Conor-of North Carolina.
Judge Connor, a democrat, was for
ten years On the bench of thie pureme
court of North Carolina, and X a.
number of years before that taa a
Judge of the superior court.

'.L-aeadache, as well as leader wags.
but all get quick relief and ~ro t
cure from Dr. Klag's New Life Pill
the- world's best remedy for dek an"
nervous headahbew. T1ey mae 1
blood, and strong nerves and .u o
your hath. Try them. 2$e at

Like the Old Men of Ocala, Cant Hep
Looking When a Lady Shws
Her Stockings
Los Angeles May it.-eorge Alex
ander, Los Angeles' reform Mayor, and
the city council are considering the
passing of an ordinance limiting the
hetiht to which women may raise
their skirts above their shoetope on
the streets. While the city :ofclaal
have made no. definite statement re-
garding the moral turpitude of stoek-
lag displays. They 'are agreed that the
complaint of J. W. French, of 441;
South Hope street, who bromgft the
matter to their attention. Is wethy of
serious consideration. FPrene's letter
to the mayor, which first called'his
attention to the subject, was as Io)-,
lowA: "
"There ought to be an' ordinance
proaib!ting women from .fting their
skirts higher. than 12 Inches. BSne.
eastern cities have such an ordinaaes.
"I have often seen women crodean
Broadway, in front of the dty bhal%
who take pride In showing that there
are no holes in their stockings and
that their garments match their suits.
Sis bad for the morals of the young
on, and the old men cannot help rub-
Mayor Alexander is nonce*Wttao-
on the subject, remarking agely that
,women frequently are careless la dist
playing their ankles.
New York May 12.-Mlas NMorsa l-
lin, daughter of C. Oliver Iself,
,yachtsman and hanker, became the
Countess Collaredo-Mannafteld yes-
terday afternoon. The marriage took
place at the home of the bride's, un-
cle. C. O'Donnell ielen.
Count Rudulf Collaredo-Manag-
feld, brother of the bridegroom was
the best man. Count Ferdinand Cat-
laredo-Mannsfleld Is attached to the
Austrian embassy at Rome. He and
the Countess'""li leave for. aurape
the latter part of this math after a
brief honeymoon at- Hot primgs Va.
Prparations for th wedding wmre
attended by many rumors of dil-
agreement on the part of the ytg
woman's father regarding the settle-
ment. of $2.000;,.@ on the li.gfooai.

and are always gectag agdageh emb4
sprains, bruste, 1uma, Maur. or
they may result seriously itf ye .
Apply Ballard's Snow Unhaint i-
cording to directions right away amI
It will relieve the pain and heal tha
trouble. Price 25, See, andfl$1 at tahe
Anti-Monopoly Drug~e.
Mr. O. WIlliams. .R. Richard
and J. P. TayInr of Berll were here'
We had a nice rain Sunday, which
was very much needed.
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Mr. Lawrence Marsh, who has booU
manager for several years of the .L I
Anderrson scrub stock farm acros thu
Oklawaha river, was in town Tsedal
antd reported that said property. It9,0
acres, had changed hands, that Mr.
And-rson had sold the same to quite a
party of Kentucky gentlemen whI
Should make a game preserve of Ita ad
whvrr they could come during th
winter and enjoy all the hunting "ad
fishing they desired. It Is an Idlea
spot. The land extends for miles akoni
Jumper creek. Lake George and th
St. John river. Jumper flows lato
Lake George and this creek will be
straightened and dredged, so that II
will be easily navigable for mrtoe
boats and render communication eass
Into the heart of the preserve, where
suitable club buildings and stables will
be < recte-d for the comfort and con-
venience of Its patrons. They pro-
pose to stock the stables with 2S or 30
good hunters.

J. W. Sanders. the up to date tarmei
and hog raiser of the Early Bird seeO
tion, was in town yesterday and said
that the 'possum and the weasel stWR
keep up their attacks on his chickerel
but what he is most Interested In now
is the action of the legislature on the
no hog law. He said let It come. Nc
better law could be had for Marion
Where it would shut down on the raz-
or back, it lifted the Berkshire and
Duruc to their just place in the est-
mation and profit of all real Marto
county farmers.

Mr. Bargannier, former marshal of
Ocala. but for the past ten years a
resident of Dunnellon, was In town
yesterday on court business. At pes-
ent Mr. B. is In charge of the wood
supply of the Buttgenbach dry kiln
and says 13 hours work constitute a
day's service.

Messrs. Meffert & Taylor have e-
celved their new engine, which is be-
Ing put Into position and with an ad-
ditional well. which is being bored, the
capacity of their lee factory will bf
about 45 tons daily. The increasing
business of this firm is a deserviai
compliment to their straight businea
Salt Springs at last. boasts of a ho-
tel. Messrs. A. P. McRae and 'C. EL
Dudley, two of Salt fprings' leading
citizens, were in the Brick City yes-
terday and proclaimed this Important
and pleasing information pertaining to
Salt Springs' progress and prosperity.

Most of our people know Mr. Nathan
Mayo. the up to date business man of
Summerfield. Nathan has ideas and
generally good ones along lines of ma-
terial progress. There was a big pead
south of town. It had any quantity
of muck in It. He had It drained
broken up and planted to corn. Last
week the cultivator was put injo It.
Ere the field was plowed other work
called the man elsewhere. It was
knee high when the man ceased .l1
work. He returned In three days to
see the corn tasseling. This is beat-
Ing the bean stalk to a dead stand still.

Veteran W. W. Jackson of Electra,
came in yesterday to meet his gtand-
daughters, the Misses Smith, of Lake-
land, and returned home with them.
They had been visiting their untly
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith,
of Dunnellon.

Mr. Peter L Durlsoe was In town
yesterday from Connor, converying the
mail for Mr. Hineman and reported
the capture the other night of a tre-
mendous catamount near his truck
farm. It was fully as large as a mas-
taf' dog.

Montholon Atklnson of Oldtown, was
a caller in town today and be receiv-
ed a warm welcome from his friemda.
The following party were guests of
the Montezuma yesterday, namely:
Miss Alice E. and Ellen Owens and

Miss Jessie Owens, D. Oruatha. alln
of Sparr and J. M. McAllater of Red-
dick. interested in a suit tried In the
circuit court yesterday In which M0id
Jeassi Owens was the principal In A
land trespass case against a aegro
who persisted In holding said land and
built his house on what he Inlasted
was his. but evidence and Surveyor
Alex Moorhead showed that he had
trespassed several feet over the line.
Major Islar appeared for Miss Owens
and Mr. H. M. Hampton for the col-
ored contestant. Miss Jessie won her
suit and returned home today.

Billy Smith. he of teutonic grth aad
one of the best caterers lI the coon-
try and hailing from Bustle, Wa a
guest of the Montesuma last nght.

Capt. W. R. Burt and wife of Jaek-
sonville, were guests of the MeOrte-
zuma last night on their way to Trys-
tal River.
J. T. Lavelgne. the wagon aUilder
and hotel man of Oxford, was In town
yesterday and c guest Of the Moate-

The Sunday school committee oa a
union picnic,for the ncheels at Oaml
are thinking some of locathg it at
Crystal River.

Mr. Walter Tonge had a Vmat de-
lightful automobile trip yesterday to
Leesburg. Eustis Tavares and Apepi,
returning today. The little Maxwell
car did beautifully and took the hearV-
lest sand in fne style. Mr. TYMV was
accompanied from Leeabrg to th *b.-

% 1bro a ot Janssabpan- took -
A- ?ywe~mvar --rmom TnJ Bp. E J. H. rm aonD ha been 1,
O& e y atnd *oas w Ma gwag gw for several daya, lsokig LA
ddll__, low s far school matters., monday be wma
0d. eBas 0eiH de to Dwenwon to witness the
so' e t --- et 4L .- elaislag earWjses of that school, which
pal .-11101 *W !.' .O tLs seaKoi wti s o A in charg of Herbert
ght" saM NeWrMy M 4e tato ee, ipear pri. r assisted by Misses
w er s0 by speal q'I1o o th*e Daisy 3w. Cora Rom and It me Ma -
Nrh h M a the ter. There wa oy a graduate, the
death of hr s t that le could not brwigt antd proesalsag son of Mr. and
b atasA tk bf1aL Mrs. Jwo. I* Leftoer.
6 Tka .s s a Ma brno ght i anlY Te following was the progEam:
eyoth asveuul Mideats I ,his Music. Address by Principal Spetr on
S that Ure so plesmig and earac- educatle Muase, Florence Leftaer.
tristcN of v9g mashood that we Conferring of diplomas and awardingx
.b ietem with peliar plmsmif.of mmdas by aSupt. Brinson. Those
As ahadl maoft f past bome of the who reeled medals for excellent
Sstar., "jlma mb ha in an Uw years of work we re lo Leltner for mathe-
a w iat daybo d, great ite't i nmatics: Ba il Brass, for high school
a uchaaMl. ialchery and mechanical excellence; Mary Grantham, for dec-
Slauvetlmw. s mind was bent along lamatios; Mand Clyatt for grammar
Lthes lIbw., 3j was remg test book excellence: Minnie Thalgott for pri-
to become conversant with the theory mary work.
of meha anid electrielty and had The address of Principal Speir was
hoped mhAty to embark t that kind of unusual excellence on matters ed-
e of bmsinesm heren Ocal ucatlonal, full of good advice and
t p- Tlte W aptess to ofron practical aggestion.
t and become asden mishaps, "Jim- Master Bal Brass, who was award-
m i" and Mr. Wll, JTtooat, whilee tak- ed a gold medal for high school work.
Sag a spin In the coWutry in the lat- s the distinction of being the only
ter* auto a few evenings before the contestant from Marfon .county at
t"I ciit that aaed *Ji5e~" Galnesleale last January in the State
death", whe they rn out of water and Pres medal ctntest
SIght They were away ot In the Sol- The exercises were very entertain-
4 f the eoatry the only evdenee ing. the hall was crowded and every-
of budea hbMtatuo was anegro hut body was lighted with the entertain-
r a Short dist e offt M The 9o t ment, Master Leon Lettaer's subject
* or Aaroused the Inmates, but WA The wer of Commerce." and
th say pefea being a wom*n d e acquitted himself most creditably.
dreadlag tan wetelse Intruder, she Prof. Brinson returned to Ocala
declted to baeoie soelal or chlpful. uesday., took the train for Citra.
The unfortumf desired to know where he witnessed the closing ex-
where they could Sad water. They ereises of that excellent school, over
were referred to the well but the well whose destinies Miss Sue C. Boseman
had No bucket. They were told to of Leesburg, and Mrs. M. J. Harter,
. take a big tub and dip It In, but this of Spart, so ably presided. The pro-
.was itraAtkabfe, so a lard pail which gram was an attractive one and
was l .se as aSower pot Was utts- splendidly carried out Among the
at hweauto 0sppilOd with that fmi really entetalaing features of the ev-
4 0 enrng were the drills by the pupils
Now .thb had water, but no light carried.out with a grace of movement
Sand nOthigag to rebate IL The Inmates that won the hearty applause of all.
sted a Persistent siege and no amount Master Davis Undsey White, son of
of distressed entreaty, with the dis- Mr. Adam White, had the distinction
comforts of the dalation and a long of being the only junior graduate of
walk to to made the least IDpUs- the school and acquitted himself with
sin. s o t implNT was part of youthful distinction.
the embargo they had established. Mr. W. J. Crosby, chairman of the
SWitth this pisdeament confronting town sobhool board and county com-
them. young Campbell's Iageuity and missioner from his district, presided
mechanical geas asserted itself by most acceptably. Among the inct-
taking a lot of waste ftom the utility dents that marked the evening was a
box, saturating In with gasolene and very appropriate and able address by
then setting the sparker to work, te Hon. E. L Wartmann. whose heart is
hlpf1vised torch was t the Iafp in the cause of education and who is
lamed and prest4 their serious trou- a member of the board of control for
hies dad ap,-ensos vanished as state educational lustitutlons. The
darkness does before the rising address was along educational lines
adW the belated utolt rode triumph- and greatly appreciated.
antly'and Jyfully be & After the deeply interesting exer-
SThe shyne ss and d M n of yuth else of the evening and the Intellec-
was slowly but surely losing itself in tual treat enjoyed, the festivities and
the budding manhood of "Jimmy," pleasures of the occasion were further
be Was- just 19 years old last Baster continued In social converse and the
tday and this was beamiilly and vety iartaking of ,dellelous refreshments,
Touchingly us a vea- served by the ladies' auxiliary of the
tiohen be had wIth b, "ehm" andtown.
Sbosom friend, Mise Lqle Campbelltow
while together repairing a water pipe. EUDMATISM
at the home: He aas ly said to lm i
chum: "DV ru kanw.1feelat -am gt- Pully nine out of ever ten cases of
1tag to be a man and don't 7yu know rheumatism are n Imply bheuA.tUs
I ever had a girl toIn my fe and I am of te males, due to cold or damp
going to get me a nice girl, Just like or chrole rheumatism, neither of
you, Ie" No 'wths was a deeloum which require any Internal treatment
,pieoe of spe of youg mambood, yet All that is needed to afford relief is
qult natoal, aind the beauty of the the free application of Chamberialn's
flower Of It wag In the sweet and de- Liniment and msnagi*ng the affected
Ilclous pft-iftt paid his asster; "A parts at each application. There It
nipe little gir ust like you, Itle." disagreeable or nnpletant about this
STbhl of th sorrow and bereavertent llnlment. The relief from pain which
of thMe ar s *, who was her manly it affords is alone worth many times
brother's partner ln their every day its cost. PrIse 1 cents, large sise 5
Slanocent home lil anid aoelal inter- cents \ 4
eourser 'Oh, how that young heat,.
Though bowed down with wrqf of his WILL RECONSILER BEARD6 SILL
sauddem taking of, winll eve recall their
sweet and noble ompSalMship. It wll Tamahaaee, Pla., May 12.-The
Sbe hard to bear the .asgulh of the House has decided to reconsider the
parting, but as time stoftena and heals Beard disfranchisement Joint. resolu-
the brqlede, bart and stuaad sense, tion whleh limts the franchise in ,nor-
the dartc a.a of hi Itng wll Ida to wMhite male citizens. The re-
grow lighter and brighter, and while hearing was set for May 10.
*he will always think of his departure The house acted favorably upon the
With a tinge of sadness, yet In the request of the governor to endorse the
Passing years and the coming of ma- project fathered by Col. S. A. Jones of
turesttI with its larger and graver e- North Carolina, looking to the im-
*plolruIItlta thow pleasingly and de- provement of Atlantic ports in the
lghttully she will recall the fea, Southern states and a ship canal
for, voice and happy amie and dear, across Florida, to be constructed by
ieml- eempaatmashlp of this precious the government, and passed a mem-
yeotlag brother. oral to Congress asking that the pro-
ject be furthered. This action on the
IN THiE CIRCUIT COURT part of the house 1will In all probabll-
-- --- ity be seconded by the senate. It is in
SThe eluEult courtt after disposing of line with the actions of the legisla-
the ease of J. C. Hall of Oxford, vs. tures of North Carolina and South
the W. U. Tel C., adjourned this fore- Carolina.

noon until tomorrow morning. -It
seems that Mr. Hall aet message off A SCAt DP BOY'S SHRIEKS
last mswmmer to eommaislon merchants horrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria
about bhe nature of track crops. He Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that.
paid fr the message. The company when all thought be would die, Busk-
forgot to Mark them paid and collecot- negs Arnica Salve wholly urd him.
Sed gain. ILwas a suit for damage. Infallible for burns, selIds, cuts, corns.
The jury awarded him the money paid wr.pnds, bruises Cures fever mores,
for the w-*g-s bohis, skin eruptions, chilblains, chap-
pedi hands. Soon routs piles. 25c at
IF all druggists.
an Ldulterated. paint (the kind usually TWENTY DROWNED
\aold) lots and, wears well. will not NEAR PITTSBURG
DmvW IN pe Ient
Mre Palst Pittaburg, Pa., May 12.-Twenty
look and we"r better? Wjy certainly! persons were missing and all of them
A near-s~hted man can see this with- are believed to have been drowned
oat glasses. when a gasolene launch sunk in the
Davis 109 per cent Pure Paint will middle of the Ohio river near Schoen-
stand the test ot the most rigid Pure vlle, four miles below Pittsburg. last
Paint Law, For sale by. the Marion night. Of thirty occupants the boat
Hardware o.. Oeiala Fla. only ten are known to have escaped.
If you want to feel well, look well
and be well take Foley's iIdney
Remedy. It zones up the kidneys and
]ladder, purifies the blood and re-
.itores health and strength. Pleasant
to take and contains no harmful
drngs. Why not commence today?
Sold by all druggists.

Jacksonville, May 12.-Hulda A. Me-
Burney, alias Mrs. W. E. Hill, of Val-
dosta. Ga.. spent last night behind the
bars police headquarters on a charge
of passing a worthless check. She has
been Identified by four persons as the
woman who deluged the town with
worthless checks a few weeks ago.

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Table is always supplied with the be the market afford&
Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wants of thoegusbta
Good rooms and comfortable beds.

SpecIal Rates by We&k 1W MAs.


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accltcy, the ~dcuIaspirafimos isa ahow
byth mdbof n deil9.y.

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Moving Picture U,- 7=

and Music'" -U WA ,

The Beat of E1t2 ei Wme& XALL
ed by Home Peoe Mr. A. L Anm,,es s em-ed
Doors. O t : : a *M ,wa Mi ,

| Musio by the Orehestra SetwesI Mr. A P R mtht astlake is at t k
Ocahso .a,
Admhliom 10 d 65 A
The M Ut4Suml Hotel had 3 arri-
---- valeryeteay.

.* W. TUCKIE, ftW I P Ta.., guarateed to
e-re a-.m ll a -ae er, 25 ints.

-Dr. Carti* the est tame lan from
Atlanta, iwas Ie toM this afteraoon

B Mr. WVlIaa Schmidt of Bltlie, was
a guest of the Mbetesma last night.

-5 or doaes4 "0 wfl cure any cae
et Chills and wvr. Price trc.

Attorney &. Partrfdge of Jadkon.-
ville is at the Ocals Hose.

Beet 50 cent dinner la the. city at
the Elk fate.L'

Mr. W. Tucker of GOanesvlBe Is at
the Oneat House. _

Soda Waler Time Plaus CA TM ne, garateed to
em- hills and 26, M ents.
Ice Cream Place
The lovers of real good sodawater
anl ice cream find ours touebs the The Metropolitan Band will give a
.-pot for them. We aim at quality, concert in the bahd stead Friday ev-
which is why we hit their apprecla- crying.
tion. The quality of our conletlionery
makes. it necessary to keep up the DeWlitt's Little Early Risers, the fa-
r*putation of our store. and our soda- moss little liver plis, skilg, gentle
water and Ice cream does Just that. and sure. Sold by all druggists.

T. W TROXLER Mr-. I. e. Lordge returned hat
night from a trip to (Galnesvle. He
SN w.--as -- w summoned there as a witness.
NOTICE R. C. Davis & Co. C Jacksonvilte,
Thirty days after date or as soon a db *a k typewriter rbons. c

thr, iritl r a. practical. the city coutn-
il of the' city of Ocala will receive
;rin ],r bcoi s forid or the paving with
vitrified rick that portion of Magno-
1;:i .tre.t in the city of Ocals, Marion
<',.tv.. l-rida. to-wit; Ilegninnig at
Ntrth First street and running thence
n,,rth to the Seaboard Air Line l al-'
.;"v company's's passenger depot.
Said bids to be sealed and filed with
the' cl-rk of the city of Ocala at least
fiv<' days before the meeting of the
*.juncil. nt which time all of the bids
f r such paving are to be considered.
ir :,accord:lnce with the Rpeclifiations
-'* ,uch i'aving now on file at the city
. -rk' office in the city of Ocala,
Th ( city council reserves ,the right
ti, reject any -r all the bids that may
b,. submitted.
May !2th. A. D. 1909.
J. M. Meffert
President ciF Co-n eiL
Att.-st: H. I. Sistrunk, City Clerk.


Thirty days after date br as soon*
th.,raft.r as practical. the city oefum
(.il ,,f the city of Ocala will receiWe
a:nd consider bids for the paving or
instructionn of all 'unpaved sidewalks
S;,h'.a avenue. in Ocala. Marion county,
S ldelications on file in the city
c' rk's office of the city of OeCa.L
The city council reserve the right
to reject any or all of the bide tkat
may be submitted. *
May 12th. A. D. 19W
J. M. Mefert, .
President of CMty CoietiL
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City :erk.



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The city council will sialt to hear com-
plaints on tax assessmenta Mapy J
1909. All parties having coumi1*0
must file them in writing by that date.
otherwise they wlU not be inlneOii.
SC. sC. strmk,
Clerk and Assessor of Taxes eC Ocala.

Short order meals p.roi el s f
at the Elk Cafe.


Women I7
.aould use

let yearlif to be 1--
Why suffer frieornasm

I own: p;er Ioomm

Mrs. A. 0. Lucius went down to Ok-
lawaha yesterday afternoon to visit
her parents..

Mrs. DePass and children arrived'
yesterday from GainesIlle and s the
guest of Mrs. T. IL Bridge.
Mr. L. E. Yonce left today for South
Florida In the ~terest of the Star
Printing c many.

Mr. H. L Hall and Mr. V. A. Davis
of Tampa, were guests of the Ocals

Hoame lat night.

Mrs. K. B. Johnson, a pleasant lady
froM Lady Lake, is a guest of Miss
Daisy Bell

Mrs. D. 8. Woodrow and Miss Annie
B4ir Woodrow came up from Wood-
skr yesterday.

Capt. and Mrs, o. W. Reagan came,
qp from- BrookavBe yesterday for a
abort visit.

Mrs. D. W. Mpklas returned last
night from a bort visit to Micanopy
w*Uitb relatives.

Mr. B. L. Carney went' to Lake
Wr tbei aftenaue t9 spend the night
am e gve.
Mie Laura Sewell went to Brooks-
vUe this aftetaoe to pay a' visit to

Rave you aee te new vtible'l&y-
&c..les typ rr ? R. c. avla & Ce.
lteeral ants.

.Mr. George feltha is enjoying a
vist from his' brother, who is the post
master of his town. BostoemasNe.
Prof. W. W. Smith and :l5 came in
this morning from AtAftMy e' their
way. to Moss Bluff to vtftt frhods.

*. * .,
Drh Andrew H- d, pieesdent of the
aster. ity of reH ai will speak to
tha eop at Citra tof t on educa-
-* '
Mt N.aOritaf of Pymoeth. a well
kaVwt..sWal N-- operator, and a
pan aw m Mr. I W'. Jaelksoi was at
the Metanma slast night.l
i tlea Tha d stood the trip
to echetslie ytenrdy -fairty well
ad tdhs mrsag Dr. Morris was to

J. C. Pllasa ~e i4 poet-
mater, of Bectr ttk 4 W&te and
daNter wefts b01a1 D 1 the
ety today. -.

Mr. Fftnk Dm tqM. 1a m j after
a1 068 l some tme on the Gulf anad
is ao elamai "wtI It that ee .expects
~make prmanet eetenee there.

, &.J. Johnson of Cornell, who is
running a poll boat for the Wilion
Cypress Co. at Crescent City. spent
Sunday with hb~ family.

The lowfag were the pall bearers
at the funeral of Jame Campbell:
Measrs. Lawton Bailey. Bennie Condonm,
Claude Haycraft. arry McCorkle.
SGeor ord and Stepheft Jewett.

Mr J. M. Dell and little aen, of
GainesvlHe, are In the city, gesats of
Mrs. elWs parents. Mr. and Mrs. C
A. Laddon. Mrs. Dell eme down on
account of the aleknes h ofer mother,
whom we are glad to say is better.
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The Court whanmacy


Mr. Marcus Prank is putting the
bseket arstem n at the Variety Store
The equipment Is on the way here and
as soon as It comes wil be Installed.
He ,has had th. celing of the Varjety
Store covered with hardwood, which
gives the store a much better appear-



Tbese w OvleW wbhe at a atl
might Cnxn-tte Mariti m aas stosk-
ade we fret ~ Lefty~hlte. & ta #r je
years ftA twbeakne anad tertr: J.
Boyle, wite, a Ifor oe year for sw a
larceny. and Will Marsw oleed, a
notorious murderer, In for fe. W. W.
urd was tlie Suard and It seems he
permitted the above permusn to-enste
the kitchen between 2 and 9 o'clock at
night, which is postitvey ahanst tba
rules of tie prtoon. The escpe was
made about 11 o'clolk They Jumped
the stockade aad the tracks of the
two whitt men turned towards the
Oklawama river, while oaiwse of the ne-
gro toward the swamp. The fact tmat
the bloodhounds at the farm were
poisoned with crushed glass some
time since sad the ease with which
the men got away causes suspicion
of collusion with the guard and the
result Is the guard is now in duress
awaiting a thorough investigation.


The Ocala Elks held a meeting last BY MRS. c E- CULRW ATH
aight with a fair attendance. Messrs Mrs. Charles Calbreath was the
Webb of Kendrick and Tremere deigtl hte of the on La
Belleview. were among the out of da
town members present. 0 Rridg Club yesterday afternoon at the
town member preenhome of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Miler, at
00 AND SEE THEM which place she has rooms.
O AND EE HEM The three table for bridge wee

When the pictures for tonight'i en- placed In the hall and parlor, both of
tertainment at the Air Dome arrived, which were artistically decorated with
Mr. Bailey was chagrined that thequanties of black-eyed usams. On
'usual Ist of names of the subjects ij~each tab)-- was a cut glass bon-bon
l best of names of d the subcts hnd c dih filled with delicious home-made
not been packed with the films, hence candy, hich with refreshing Ice cold
no program can be published. There grapenuy c pasdt by t he htes s w
is no doubt, though that the pictures grapeJulce passed by the hostes,.was
are good, and the best way to olveenjoyed during the iternoon. There
thare mysterygood, and thewll best waygo and seve was a great deal of enthusiasm shown
the mystery will be to go and see t ae a a t members,
in the games and all the members,
I who at the beginning of the club knew
ONTHLY WOODMEN MEETING very little about the game, are now
OWmaking splendid scores. Yesterday's
The re monthly meting of~rlaying resulted favorably for Miss
Fort King Camp. W. O. W.. will beSue Anderson. ho was ven an e-
held in, Yonge's Hall Friday evening. quisite hand-embroidered piece of Un-
There will be exercise for the goat and gere,. the work of the hostess. The
other ilr- ni f visitor's prize, a linen collar with lace
other important bsines. about was won by Mrs. William Wolff.
EATHER FORECAST Assisted by Miss Miller and Miss
Sylvester. the hostess. served at the
Washinton. May 12.-Fair, moder- conclusion of the game. delicious
ate temperature tonight and Thurs-chicken salad. olives ab peanut sand-
wichen. To complete the color motif,
da. yellow, the salad was served in yellow
ramekins, on plates adorned with
HQUSE FOR RENT black-eyed Susans, and the sandwiches
were tied with yellow baby ribbon.
For rent an eight-room residence Mrs. Culbreath had as her guests.
well located on South Third street Mrs. Wolff. Miss Sadie Crown, of
Apply to P. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph Tampa, Miss Etta Hood and Miss
at the Montezuma hoteL Rhoda Liddon. The club members
FIINH AND OYSTERS playing were Mrs. Seligman, Misses
I AN OAlice Bullock. Lucile Standley. Sue
S receive every y from Cryst Anderson, EloiseaMiler. Leafy Sylves-
ORi o o oysters, sat botfesh inser and Miss Anderson will entertain the club
and mullet I can give you the best
In fish any oysters, resh and prompt- MEETING OF THE READING CLUB

1y7 uaivere. ruonevw 9 city imlaretL.
second stall on the lest. 1-20-tf

We will give the Ocala Weekly Star
and the Ecslgner one year for $1.30,
strictly in advance. d

Ten years experience. References,
any music teacher in Ocala, any
music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M1. Lansford, city. .1-8-tf


One of the great et conveniences
about the house is onie of those Amer-
ican Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
ed In. a minute, an even temperature,
never,soiled or smoked. Get your wife,
mother q lter ase of them. Twe
sines and prts. Ask H. W. Tucket
to shrbw them to you.

via the

7.5, LoaulsviLe, Ky., an'. return.
aceount Southern Baptist Conven-
tion. Tickets ca sale May 10, 11,
I I ad 13.- Flsal limit May 22,
$17.65, Asherlle, N. C., and return.
account National Association T.
P. A. of Ameria Tickets on sale
May 28. 29 and 30. Plnal limit
30 days from but not including
date of sale.
7T.Sa, LouivIlle, Ky.. and return,
account anamul seelo Ancient
Arable Order, Nobles or the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets o sale June
5, 4, 7 and 8. Final limit June
17. 1909. -
$17.SS, Aa eville, N. C., and return.
account 1irnatlonal Convention
Bares a-Mad t hilathea. Tickets on
sale Jmae 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25 1909.
$14-B6 .Atilata. Ga., anA return, ao-
count American Asoelatiam of
Optiecans. Tickets on sale Jpne
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
17^A, Asheville. N. C.. and return,
amountt Dramatic Order Knights
of Khorassan, blennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9. 10. and
11. FIaal limit July 26, 1909.

For full information and sleeper
reeratlonas call on any agent Sea-
board or write to S. C. Boylston,
Ant, Oea. Pass. Agent. Jacksonville.
Ja.; or call on H. C. Raysor. C. T.

Mr. Brigance, of Dunnellon, who
was serving on Jury duty, was'excused
this morning because he is suffering
from an aggravated attack of grip.

LOST-A pair of gold rimmed eye
glasses. Lost Monday on South See-
oat street between Mr. Chazal's new
building and A. C. L. railroad. Finder
will be suitably rewarded. Leave at
Star office. 5-12-St
Mrs. Frank Newport of Eastlake,
was In town yesterday, the guest of
Mrs. H. A. Fausett.

The Reading Club had its regular
weekly menetng yesterday afternoon
with Mrs. J. J. Gerig at her attractive
home on Summerfleld avenue. Gree-
ian history proved very Interesting
and beneficial to tbe-members, nearly
all of whom were present.
Mrs. Gerig, served delicious refresh-
ments. consisting of ice cream and
cake. as a special compliment to one
of the popular club members who is
soon to leave Ocala. The announce-
ment made y Miss Auske PFort that
she would not return to Ocala-next
winter is meeting e disapproval of
all who have met hW'. Miss Fort' Is a
charming and cultiuted young lady.
and will be greatly missed. Mrs
Gerig's compliment to her was indeed
a pretty one.

S.'-$ M.k HARD, R
Mrs. Arthur Hardaker of Tampa,
will be the lovely guest of honor to-
morrow afternoon atLa delightful little
bridge party to be given by Mrs. Ed-
ward T. Helvenston.

The regular monthly meeting of
Diektson Chapter, '1. D. C., will be held
at the residence t IR. T. Helven-
ston at 3:1, o'clock friday afternoon.
Mrs. A Al Winer! ec'y.


Do no forget the strawberry d
Ice cream festtva t g given by lwe
W. C. T. T, In m, S:oston $tore
Friday night. Winl bqe serving at
5 o'clock. Everybodyt*vted.

The .zetNe Wa Mm
A.atrally makes them hrak frm the
Indelleste questions, the obseadon ex-
amination, and unpleasant local treat.
ments, which some physicians consider
ementWal n the treatment 4 diseases of
women. Yet, If help can b had, it s
better to submit to this than let
the diseape grow and spread. Thatrouble
s that so often the womaf undergoes all
the awslc a sad 9ha for f nothing.
ThoSinds woMaea who have been
eared ,Dr. re'ssverlte Prescrtp
tion wrilA in ofeoa the cure
which di the esamintions
aWd local treatment .The ifher
women as -iYavorlte PSiasripsono" It
Cures delitating dra' tertalarty and
female weakness. It always helps. It
salmnost always cur. It I strictly oMa-
alcoolic, mO- eeret, aH Its lurAUE"
being printed on its bottle-wrapper; ee-
tains no delteriou or habit-foramg
Trugs, aad every native medical root
entering into Its composition has the full
endorsement of those most eminent In the
several schoolS of medical practice. Sou80
of these numerous aid strongest of pro.
fessional endorsements of its n ts,
will be found in a pamphlet wrapped
around the bottle, also in a booklet mailed
free on request, by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of
Buffalo, Y. These profesloosal en-
dorsements should have far more weight
than any amount of the ordinary lay, es
non-professional tertmnonx's.'
The almost intelligent women now-adays
Isisw0oa knowing what they take aa mwed
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The prize content condueted b* the
Tampa Daily Thaes cam to a-elos*
Monday night. The prim winners
were as follows:
Capital Priam
Miss Chrissie CarutheM TAIUM
$1,00 in gold.
Miss F'o-lice-.2dahoney, Tamm a eitY
lot worth $500.
Miss Mary Degbong, Fort TAMM 6--'
District no, 3
The prize winners In district No. 3
and Miss Eunice Deel MOO, scholar-
ship In the Tampa Business College;
Miss Wanda CA=b& Apopka, a dta-,
mond ring; Miss -Maude Alezxnder
Brooksville. a gold -watch.
The following Marion county youna
Indices secured votes: Miss Annie At-
kinson- Ocala, 42,78$; Mtn Flossie
Stanaland, 14-nipe, 18,140; Miss P01181
Luff man. OaX 13,990; Miss Susie N'%-'
lack. of Dunnellon. recelved -a x4ood
vote. but withdrew two wevits betare
the close.-

Mr. Charles Tremere. the up-to-daft,
merchant of Bell"view. was 10 t0Wn
last night. reglistereA at the Monti6su-
ma and attended a meeting of Abe
Elkin. NJ I'

W. P. Edwards accidentally ept
a tendon In his left irm thb morAft,
wbi6b Is causing, Va coftsNeftble
pain and paVrented hhu t-kJp an so-
te.mobfle excursion lit had esetbm-

Col. John F. BartridW, of Jackson-
ville. is amengthe out-of to" law-
yers in attenilance upQn the court. ]Me
Is at the Ocala House.

Messrs. E. C. Smith and M X Mc-
Iver are in Jacksonville 'representM6
their respective establbhumts at the
meeting ot the State Phnbeftwe AV-
iociation In that city.

Jufte J. H. Bell. Mr. M'D. VAAbews,
Miss Carrie Williams 00 MIN. Paul-
like Sullivan went down', t*'W46d=W'
jesterday afternov t n to a* aulo. aud
are the guests of Mr.. MW Mrs.. C. J.
Mrs. W. W.*Sndth of Anthm.r. went,
to Weirsdale this afternow to vkW
relatives. Mr. 9mlo will go'-to laa-
-sonvtlle tonight to 0end a It-wed"
after which he will go down to *Pftd
some tiffie with MM SmIUL

The Okmla people who have visited
Seabreeze during the past f*W F"M.
will regret to leArn that POstUMMOM 9
F. joitton In lamenting the low of hk
wjfe. whqsq death occurred In Net*


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then is a eompw* awat,
OMI famw -TU
tvct -way to toak 9"r _UW
is to talk as you do Is
vermtUon. or even a trUk- lowilt. Pf*_
pie don't sem to realk" tii:dm
phone will taft a WhlWW' vwm' ad
*'y it 'Youredt Try dW.'fflAiFpmW.
modulated voki_ And Am -H I Ipm?
set get Influmebr.befter mervift Ant,
"ur telephme ta -'UW futim-4'.


They are handed down from parent
to ch" and if there Is a defect In a
parent's eyes it to more Man lowly to
be found in the eyes of the ebgd alow
Ited lids. styes. or ltchh& burnbg
palm are
nmiscular troubles that can be over-

We have just receind
In-UP dry batterbm
cially adap"d, *w %PbMd
tom"Iblies. mootor
Itne efrOnes. mpg",,,
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is without equal. Its principle of c obuae heat m s tt the wdrk
can be done quickly and without the kitchen being head to a uambearabMe
degree. Can be lighted ituandy sad turned "igh," low" or
"medium" at will Thme sizes. Witk er witout-Ca4bin
Top. At your deer's, o write our meanest gecy.

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siblet oge. OL G s ia .
bright light that ruchs the farthest cotMr mme fd
livting-room. WeB ade throughot of b aMs;
perfectly ush ad very onmmal If 1-t with yaw
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Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida

An Immene deck of Relable Wagmn, Buggies Cart
and Carriages carried at a es. .
Harness, Saddes, Lap Roets, Wk i aN d
carried by a Bfrst-lass emne s blot M. boM Ii m-
flfes Irmn the factories, ma ways snm aW Abe mwy
lowest prices.
We caI save y enNy w y-r puchases, be ley
large or sa l.
Agents for m of 1 I Ialeag ali hm l bee am s of
wagons and ranges.


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much needless pain when they -deay'using "i
for their female troubles. Oardui has been found to
relieve headache, backache, pain in the ide and di-
ziness arising from deranged organs. It doe more
than relieve,-if used pertnntently,--any ma 2t-
ten to say that it cuted them.h



It WM Help You

MIr. Maxwell Jomhason, mnM. Pic., wImt: 9 fWid
mBe after doctors and everything el-ad IaULd I had bean imman
ng with numb Upella ever since I wa 16 ys ld. Oa day I
decided to take Cardni. I have now takm bottis ad I M r
that it has cured me. I advice all W togls
a long and fair trial."
MrS. Johnson s uered y R. Hwyou? I Syou M t I
DB why suffer at al? TakeCardL Oh it fair trial






wttSf h~a4 h w W the emfn ar vs -
I ramd oea Ca F Msy e -a breast is ae cxaasge :
M. -es iftam a Me n Se U to with V Wr, i-ft R M.the a
SSN&from home .to pitfh i.~ Tnohe g"-
Su .*tapp"d the amSFbut -"Us.e
(New York VW ) Joe" kept after it til be hab d a-
Sised about six ia. Thena he -i
slated on his resems tlef isam, ad
*ea e d ee" qs&ew a es a on aM whw h1 rersed &e VanJewlw tared-
Ate again, "not to let It spO." He- I
.. ~a (4Jas pam abiyg Up the -b. ear@, "4"
Si, J w-ith Cilero that Old age, the g want broke l U with:
rigbttly arhe a"end rightly Used. '* y,Jo. da lt ea thak Kt
is the ebkst part of ill. "-Joseph would be a little b 't emsr for you
G. Canaa, Speaker of the House of to board Is a Ivey 'stable?"
Rem tat es, OS 1118a b vuenty- It takes a ten-acre lot tor sbahe
third bdy Caso to make a peet wuaeh
Sle paseslm He can e arenpl-t-
Wim ug!, May 7.-A loose- fornm pace than any man o the
Jolnted gaa with a light, quick American stamp. Hlie aes hS Whele
tread. wearing a Sappy flitting black body-all of his loaa. arme e g- .
suit of elothes, and a pearl gray and heart when he talks. This lap-
boy's style Fed a hat, walked Into ping of arms like a 'windaMll Irri-
his ofiee In the capitol today; he tated Benton MeMillan when he was
slammed the door behind him and in Congress. He was speakia ng
yelled for Busbey. his secretary; day when Mr. Cannmn tried 4o t-- o
them he took a fresh cilgar and began tempt him.
another day of his forty-thrde years "I will yield to the gatiman.
of public service at the age of seven- from Illinois as long as he bee O i 's
ty-three. hands In his pockets," answered Mr.
"Uncle Joe" Cannon on his seven- McMillan. Mr. Cannon got up h ah-"
ty-third birthday looked and acted Ing and started In. He had spoke,
precisy like "Uncle Joe" has been ,a hal dosen words when the a f ted
looking and acting oa every birth- in with his arms. Mr. MeM a "
day he has noted on the calendar in stopped him and reftased to permit
the last ten years. His first duty of him to proceed.
the day was a call on President Taft. of te
He got the prealdent'k congratula- o
tions and headed for the capitoL The speaker has a wholesome re-
The Arst stop was In the committee ga o the United States senate,
on appropritions, where te speak- but he has an old fashioned i ides '
er Indulged in a talk with James C that the house Is the superior
Courts, the veteran clerk, one of his branch. So It happens that when a
earliest confidants. Aftei that the mnsenger from the senate arrles
speaker read his telegrams of con- and vidresses "Mr. Speaker" with a on
gratulatios and put on his nosegay, lowly bow, Mr. Canneo iltA bolt sp- a -
a red carnation, the emblem of the rht and says. 'Mr: Seretary"
"Big Five." an organization In the without the bow. A friend chided i.,Omp= y-
house which Is permittedto him for this andtold him that It '
things by Mr. Cannon. ,was customary to bow to the se-ate's
The speaker stands pat on his de- messenger.
declaration that "this country Is a hell "The whole damn senate cen't
of a success." This was a quotation make me bow to It, and I'll be
ascribed to the speaker which prop- damned if I'll bow to one of ItsL
early summed up his estimate of the mesengers," said the speaker, set- -
United States t that little matter. .
"I don't believe I said it" said If there is one trait of the
the speaker today. "It shocked a speaker's which outahimes his vig- M INTO "
lot of good people, but It lasted, and orous manner It Is his absent-mind- ----
It's true. In this country, where 90 edneus. It frequently happens that The McIntosh high s"be" per cent. of the people are trying to when the blind chaplain, the Rev. Friday. May 7th, and the t tb l rs wil
push ahead, where they are racingn Mr. Coudrey, concludess his prayer- soon return to their srpeti1e oe s"bom"
to get in advance of the other 10 the speakWir will rap sharply with for a summer rest. Mise Donime .
per cent., t is up to those In the his gavel and ask of the hbuse: fin, the. pri lipal, Son to Aathet,.
rear to try to equal them by using "Will the journal of the house be Miss Gertrude. MeAdMais go to
their mental and physical ability. approved as read" ._ West, C.. andMls Bele Bishop
The eutntry has no patience with "Uncle Joe is not a religious Reddick. Fla. It is rumond some a M
those who are discontented and ab- man, but he is notirrel ghls.L He these teachers will return to ecllftto
normaL The applause Is for the one is a Bible orator, It ever thBre wa to make It their future hbone, but not
i frout. The man who attains pow- one. and he can quote Scripture to to teabh schooL .
er and keeps it deserves his success the delight of a crowd and the cor- J. K. Christian did jary duty fr
Carping and complaining will not plete discomfiture of his opponent. Marion county this week. Probably i a ,.
advance the man in the race; he Among his friends he numbers many the first tin he has been summoned
must pust his best foot forward and minsters, and among that clas also on the jury in twenty years. Ho j
try his hardest." may be found a fair proportion of Mrs C. E. Baseman e is-vittin n
Mth ill" ad his eneme. Jacksonville. She returnmel beoe with
_B .obeus BU a One of Iis chief amusements is a her sister, Miss Lottie Scott and Ill
These sentiments were born with quiet little game of cards with a few probably remain several weeks.
"Uncle Joe" in Guilford, N. C., on of his close friends. The speaker J. Neal loaded a car of calbtlage i -
May 7, 1836. It was the practice of can sit up until a late hoar studying palmettoes'for Maj. W. R. Thomas of iLL Lia
these sentiments that got him into palmistry on the job in Gainesville to set around the White
public life and kept him there. He the morning with a dear head and Hdose.
has spent thirty-four years in the a face unclouded by everything save I or broken rail at north t .
House of Representatives. Prior to a rare assortment oPwhiskers. end W the MAlntosh switch delayed"
that, eight years were given to the Columns have been written about the south-bound Atlantic Geast _e .
state of Illinois as district attorney, the "Uncle Joe" cigar and the "Un- Mau train quite a wde Friday last.
In all of that time Joseph G. Can- cle Zoe" whiskers. They are insep- while the -rail was being repaired. -
non has been trying and trying hard. arable. Both cigar pad whiskers Fred ashbra noticed It aw4 report-
He has had to try, because leader- have a habit of running all over his ed to the agent just a short time be-
ship In the House of Representatives face. On any other face they would fore the train was due, 'probably
is not a birthright or a legacy. The appear a misft,, but "Uncle Joe" averting a serious wreck, and loss of
man who holds it must be the best without those whiskers and that ,l- life. But a short time ago the same
politician of 390 other best politl- gar would not be "Uncle Joe." boy, walking aloar the track xtiresi .-
clans of the United States. In commemoration of his birthday the rails spread and reported it, wish
When "Uncle Joe" was a small the republican members of congress o bby (mved dama. tt was g'e,-'It as
boy he was his father's favorite. -He from North Carolina, where the said to be a such a condition that no ,'&o .
had a brother. William, better speaker was born, presented to him train oud sateiy run over I. '
Imow r as "Bill," a tow-headed an unusually large dipper made o M._ ji. Flew mseca lea Mt -_ _,_._-
youngster whose habit of falling out a gourd from the Tar Heel state. Msmt 3.-A-.d the ma a . ..".
of trees and getting his bones brok- This brbttht recollections of "Uncle inhAantalast w ,. ,w1
en made his mother dispair of his Joe's" boyhood days when he said The Christian & Dickson Camp~w "-
ability to fight the battle of life. Be- they used a dipper of the same char- bought from W F. r ager the M.i-
fore the mother of the two lads died acter in making maple sugar. gn lot, wh ere the old meat market
she called on Joseph to watch over was. Granger had bought tt MB -
William. A SMILE llgan and had the pleasure of owner-
Joseph promised, oand took Wi- --t har U to -eewpliP ship but twenty-t-our bors lh' b ""-
aTd then oe bfsioun o tothat 5t.. 'ere is a ure care for a property will sell.
and then Joe found out that kds of 'stomach and Miver co- C. K. Bateman has boght f.a r.
'Bill," the tow-head, was the bs- plats-ontpaton and dyspepal. Mrs. J. Brown, of Quly. the W. ,
ness man, and he, "Joe, the care- .ard's Herbine is mild, yet abso- R. Baker store and the lot aedjol-elag +i i,
taker and guardian, the amusing ately esetive ti all cases. Price 5c on the sout. i-..
end of the sketch. So when Brother bote at the Anti-Momopoly Drug Mr. R. lewellen and famiy and
Bill died several years ago he turn- .. Mrs. ". A. Flewelten hav returned Icf
ed over to "Uncle Joe" a fortune, home after several days' visit .n i..'...
not only big to Danville, Il., -butc -- 1 trmir h ll .'

quite sizeable to the rest of the_ -- M. G. B -teman JaBitosonvie -
country. It was Brother Bill o ALNDER a Afew, days last weeL bo
kept Joe" In congress and t was W. I. Brown was called to Kea- ;.
Brother Bill who saw the advantage Pr40t4i"0 t by w re a few das &
of ownership of public utilities in Practical, ,tucy by wire a few days a; 'I*-.
Danville. William was a good 11craTEe an0 Itrll fi m ay rema for awhile mtau the blue '
banker also, and as'for real estate IPrCPE cTER, ASN UILUOR 2a.y remaion i.* 'o aw,
speculation, hW Invented that shrewd Careful estImates made on all C. H. Bateman bh accepted a po-
varety ingenious to the corn belt. contract work. ves more and bet.-. ltio on the iNat Coast. t Wh / Ilt
His election to Congnest work re moe an U City, and left e ar wa f to. M bi
The combined sagacity, of "Bill" other contract a town. duties there. .
and "Joe" Cannon sent the Hon.othr contractor In town.
Joseph G. Cannon down to Washing----- FORCED INTO EXILE *
ton in December, 1873, as a repre- "' ;-
sentative frpm Illinois. The first Win. Upchurch. of Gleea Obks Okais., 1
time the present speaker tried to was an exile trom home Moetala
make a speech some facetious col- air he thought, wWld cure a rigttal T
league alluded to him as "the man .ung racking e6ugh that had defied all
fromnIllinols wlth hayseed in his l remedies for two years. Alter sMx
hair." Today the man with the hay- months he returned death doggoingd W ha id, L i-
seed in his hair is the biggest man. "N. XM. yurvaW.acas****e*rsac ad 24steps. "Then I began to use Dr.-
save one. in the government of the used, V M .s n. frlilg..Uoum i-n. King's New Discovery. be'wrlt
tUnited Statds. No other mas exerts. .." m D3- eI wa. "and after taking aix bottles I am s m
the influence on the government *"or bettT w tw- Lst ab .. r s well as ever." It saves t1deinesm
that is wielded by Speaker Cannon. w A.. . A W.S. yearly from desperate lungM *al .
Aside from the constitutional au- Intallible for coughs and An, It di4- "s
thority to preside over the house. pels hoarseness s-and sw -thro*t.i i
the speaker has a wealth of political 71 owo Cures grip. bronchitis, bearrages,
wisdom as a sceptre of power. With #E fi daIW3Ir? asthmna. croup, whooping cough.
these two attributes he has popu- iand trialbos tree guarantee
clarity and an Iron Hand. Seven M b: all druggists.
yeas- ago he was elected speaker of C V nmr C + + A IfAl
the fifty-eighth congress. He took PRESIDENT ENTERTAINED pm
the gavel from Gen. Henderson, of FLETCHER AND TILLMAW-
Iowa. Speaker Henderson had taken ..
the place of "Czar" Reed and his _im.S Pmsin*e WaIhi-t-on Ma .-At a' e .
rules along with it. speakerr Cannon so sItik. Tieua o dinner lat a al thI it -ft -
has taken the Reed rules and out- 'm1mm r yunrm- las -iht- h pre cared the czar. No manwho ohas jrS" M W n talned. s ot e s. Tam i etehir'- A BU
ever presided over the house has iM&SUL TE I LUS MX md and cther a ,d tleetTr ia i
dominated it as completely as the ____ V.W'
present occupant of the chair. True, ,Many weaIs nors e -
many fghts have been made on him, -- -- inu been store oa health y a" P :
but not once has the opposition been km ney Remedy as a ft s0- the
able to put much of a dent in the kidneys so they will eaumaate the



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