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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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03166
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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QUALITY COUNTS---

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NEW GOODS JUST IN '&l ,
NEW GOODS JST IN Tallahassee May 12.-The ames of
Potato Chips, 15c., two for 25c. theip who are using railroad passes
Imported Swiss Cheese 40c. pound. in Florida were made public ester-
day in the House.
1 pound Cans Presto Prunes 15e. *eah. The special committee *hib has
2 Pound Cans Presto Prunes 256. each. be n investigatang the claim recently
Presto Prunes are fine California made that certain favored persons
fruit and ready for use. Try a can. were using posse Issued.by the rail-
Herring Roe, 1 pound Cans, 10c. roads. announced that the report was
Herring Roe, 2 pound Cans, 15c. I ready. A motion was made that it be
re g poun ans, d, Including the names of all so
Asparagus Tips, 25c. a Tin avored. The moten passed by unan-
Argo Salmon 20c., two for 3Sc. Imous vote. The list as read follows:
Black Pepper in glass. Nioa for theI 'nator Tallaterro. Mrs. Jennings,
.table, 10. each. congressman Prank Clark and family.
tale .eachJudge Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Mann, Dr.
Pineapple Chunks. Fine goods, 20.. York, J. C ellm and 1El Fuse.t
The reading of the report caused
0. K. GROCERV much ecitea After adjoswnmnt
,* ro* al the"Y was conlderable discussion of


CLARK BROTHERS


PROPRIETORS


Two Phones 174. Ocala, 1la.


R. D. FULLER,

DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Munroe & ClhambiWe
Bank.
O('AAIA., - FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.


J. E. CHANCE
D NTAL URGEC'N
Slooi4& 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, ilolder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
OItice Over Commercial Iam
PIhone "1 I.
Oftee hours: S to 12 a. m.; I to
a p. m.
TERMS. CASH.


CHARLES D. HULBERT, X. D.
oMI4).MIOPTHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
)ffie-- SeconI Floor The Mnaroe A&
Chamlliss Bank Building. Ocals,
Florida.
l'vlephones--Of!i:e, 222; Residence,
221.
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Equitable


Life Assurance Society

f The United Staes

"STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"

MISS FLORIDA CONDON.
Resident Agent.



SMontezuma Barbershop

In Ccnnctinn With the IOel Olee
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
Stention to nil. Special attention to
chi idrer..

ELECTRIC MASSAGE
11OT AND COLD WATER

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BOve WILL BOYS
and are always getting scratches. cuts,
sprains, bruises. b psm burns or
scalds. Don't neeet sueh things-
they may result seriowWy ff you do.
Apply Ballard's Bnow IJhlment ae-
cqpdlng to directions right away and
It will relieve the paain a4 heal the
trouble. Price 2c, c, and $1 at the
Anti-Monopoly Drmgstor.
A BRAVE GEORGIA GIRL
In Darktnes and Storm She Hewed
Her Father and Sisers Out of the
Ruins ef Their Hems.
Bowden. Ga, May 13.-For her
bravery In hewing her family out of
the ruins of 'their storm-wrecked
house. a Carnegie hero medal to to be
asked for IS-year-old. Mamie Price,
who lives near here. The storm
struck the Price home Friday night
wrecked it. and buried all its Inmates
In the debris, except the girl. She got
an ae,. and guided by the cries of the
victims and the light of a lantern, she
began to cut them out. Mrs. Price
died as the girl cut the last timber
from about her, but she rescued the
baby and a younger sister practically
unhurt.
Her father was held by heavy beams
but his most serious hurt was the
crushing of his left arm. The girl cut
away the timbers from the body of her
father, but the mangled arm was still
held. Price realize that the arm was
lost and that it was only ,*held by
shreds of skin and flesh, so he told
the girl to sever the rest with the axe.
The child objected, but when the
father fnslsted she brought down the
age and Price was free. /
UTnder her father's direction the
child made a tourniquet to stop the
loss of blood, then went through the,
darkness for assistance. Price will re-
cover.
A handsome memorial will be given
the girl by citisen.s of owden.

REV 1. W. WILLIAMSON'S LETTER
Rev. I. W. Willamson, Huntington,
W. Va., writes: "This Is to certify
that I have usel Foley's Kidney 1im-
edy for nervous exbaustion and kid-
ney trouble _and am free to say that
It will do all that you claim- for it."
Foley'a Kidney Remedy has restored
health ind strength to thousands of
weak, run down peopi Contains no
harmful drugs and is pleasant to take.
Sold by all druggIst. .

TRAGEDY AT FIVAY /


Young White Man Kilied by a Negro
Ompo-odr. i :
Flvay, May 1&.--. I. Nicks,. a son
of Mr. M. Nicks, town marshal, was
shot and Instantly killed by Henry
Williams., a desperate negro. on Sun-
day. WUlams was earryulg a revolver
and Nicks attempted to take it from
him, when -Wilame fired two shots.
one strikLIg Nlpks In the heart.
The egro was pursued by a posse
of men wfth blohounds. They have
rln two sets of dogs down, being now
forty-eight hours on the run.
The deceased was 2 years old. and
leaves a heart broken wife. mother,
father and sIeters to mourn his death.
KILLS HER FOE OF 2 YEARS
-Th e ireftlne enemy I had
for 20 years." declares Mrs.' James
Doane. of Haynesvite. Me., as
dyspepesa. I suffered Intensely after
tatlg or *drnking and could scarcely
seep. After manyim 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 70 yeare old and am overjoyed to
get my health and strength back
again." For l4tge-tona, loss of appe-
tite, kidney trouble, lame beek, female
omplaats. ts unequaled. Only M
at all dirgists.
ALLEGE GRAVE IRREGULARITIES
Hai#n Atterneys WH Ask fer a New

Flushing. N. Y. May 1&--Quickly
following the conviction of the young
aray otScer his counsel announced
that they would produce affidavits to
show that the jury had not been prop.
erly guarded durtig the trial, and
upon this alleation will urge that a
new trial be granted. These affidavits
win be submitted on Monday next. the
time set for the passing of sentence.


HOW' THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of ^'atarrh that
cannot be cured by Halrs Catarrh
Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo. 0.
We, the audersifgned, have known
F. J. Cheey f:r the last IS years, and
believe him perfectly h norable in all
business transa-tions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm. -
Walding, Kianan & Mai-vin.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter-
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent' free. Price. 75c
per bottle. Bold by all druggists.
Take Hall's FPamy Pills for consti-
patiom
BISHOP GALLOWAY
Birmingham, Ala.. May 12.-Bishop
Charles B. Galloway. Of the Methodist
Episeepal Church, died at Jackson,
Mis.. of pneumonia yesterday.
IF YOU KNEW
The merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would never asffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. S1 bottle two
months' treatment. Sold by druggists
nr by mall. end for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hail. 2929 Olive street. St.
Louts, Missouri.
NAVAL STORES MEN WILL
ASK, FOR NEW TRIAL
Savannah, May 13.-On next Satur-
day. when Judge Sheppard In expected
to sentence S. P. Shotter, E. S. Nabh.
Carl Moller. J. F. C. Myers and G. M.
Boardman. the convicted defendants
in the naval stores case, it is probable
that the defense will make a motion
In arrest of Judgment or for a new
trial.
A HAPPf FATHER
is soon turned to a sad one if he has
to walk the floor every night with a
crying baby. McGee's Baby Elxir
will make the child well-soothe its
nerves, 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 26
and 60 cents per bottle at the. Anti-
Monopoly Drugstdre.
A CRASH ON THE KATY
Dennison. Texas, May 13.-A bad
wreck occurred on the M. K. & T. rail-
road yesterday at a point near Bonita.
Eny!'neer Frazier. and two flagmen
were killed and at least twenty per-
sons were injured.
YOUNG GIRLS ARE.VICTIMS
* no.adache, as well as older women.
but 31l get quick relief and prompt
cur-, from Dr. KInga' New Life Pill,
the world's best remedy for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure
blood, and strong nerves and build up
your health. Try them. 2ke at all
druggists.


Short order meals
at the Elk Cafe.


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MACKAY


rUN!RAL DIRECTORS

UIdertakers ad Embalmers
D. E. Melver Alfred E. Owen
Undertakers.

Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All work done by licensed embalm-
era sand fully guaranteed.


I. C. BLANCHARD

CONTMCTOR ANI BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION


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Hopes I"to the Lobby of the Oeala
House.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
Rot Runman Witer at Al Times
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AN EFESSIIE KWHS

The Alabpsa Tigers Reoeiwe Their,
Lost BatUe FNas from a Dsasg.- I


tion Seat by the Stae of Ohio.
Huntsville, Ala., May 13.-The bat-
tle flags carried by the famous rifle
scouts known as the "Alabama Tig-
ers.' which the Fourth Ohio Cavalry
captured in the spirited engagement
at Selma. May 12. 1^, were returned
to their former owners yesterday,
pursuant to a resolution of the Ohio
veterans and with the approval of
Governor Harmon and the Ohio legis-
lature. The ceremonies attending the
return of the flags passed off pleas-
antly and with enthusiasm. The
presentation was made by a delega-
tion from Ohio headed by John A.
Pitts of Cincinnatf. The flags were
received by Mrs. Charles G. Brown.
president of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy.
HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN
If you have pains In the back. uri-
nary, bladder or kidney trouble and
want a certain, pleasant herb relief
for women's hIs, try Mother Gray's
"AUSTRALIAN LEAF." It Is a safe.
reliable regulator, and relieves all fe-
male weaknesses, including Inflam-
mation and ulcerations. Mother Gray's
Australian Leaf is sold by druggists
or sent .by mall for 60 cents. Sample
sent free. Address, the Mother Gray"
Co., Leroy, N. Y. 5
AGAIN IN AMERICA
The High-Flying WrIgsts Have Re.
turned from Eurpe.
New York. May S13.-The Wrights
and their sister, Katherine, arrived
yesterday from Europe. They were
met by members of the Aero Club. and
by the Aviation Committee of the Au-
tomobile Club of America, who went
down the bay on a revenue cutter.
FORCED INTO EXILE
Wnm. Upchurch. of Glen Oak, Okla..
was an exile from home Mountain
sair. h- thought would cure a -rightful
.ung racking cough that had defied all
remedies for two years. After six
months he returned death dorging his
steps. "Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery." he writes,
"aid 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. 50c
and $1, trial bottles free, guaranteed
b.. all druggists.
WIRZ MONUMENT UNVEILED


A Tribute to a Man Whom Fate Used
Unkindly
And,,rsonville. Ga.. May 13.--An
everlasting memorial of Capt. Henry
W!rz, commander of the Andersonville
prison, and who forfeited his life as a
result of his devotion to duty and his
unflinching loyalty to the Confederate
ca se, was unveiled here yesterday.
Simple but impressive ceremonies at-
tended the dedication of the memo-
rial.
A CAr'D
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
If Foley's Honey and Tar rails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the
cough, heals the lungs and prevents
pneumonia and consumption. Con-
tains no opiates. The genulne-is In a
yellow package. Sold by all druggists.
HANGING BY WHOLESALE
Constantinople. May 17.-The peo-
ple of this cty witnessed another
batch of executions yesterday when 24
mutineers connected with the recent
uprising of soldiers, were hanged pub-
licly within the city llmts. The ex-
ecutions of yesterday brings the total
up to 38 since the uprising.
A SCALDED BOY'S SHRIEKS
horrified'his granamotner, Mrs. Maria
Taylor. of Nebo, Ky, who writes that,
when all thought he wculd die, usk-
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Infallible for burns, scalds, cuts, corns
wcwnds, bruises. Cures fever sores,
it'i's. skin eruptions, chilblains, chap-
pet hands. Soon routs piles. 26c at
all druggists.
OBJECT TO NEGRO EDUCATION
Lexington, Ky., May 13.-Two men
who went to Shelby county from
Louisville to inspect the site of the
proposed $400.000 Lincoln Institute for
negroes, received a bundle of switches
and a hemp rope. together with a
warning not to stay in the neighbor-
hood.

A LIVING SKELETON
s the..final condition of any child that
has worms--if It lives. 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 It has
not by giviag it White's Cream Ver-i
mtfuge-It expels all worms and l1 a
tonic for the baby. Price 2 cents, at
the Anti-Moropoly Drugstore.
TEDDY SLEW A LEOPARD


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Natives of British East Africa Have
Named Mr. Rosevo "Sa
Tumbo--"Pertly MasterW.
Nairobi. British 'CasWt Africa, May 11.
--CoL Theodore Roosevelt, already
"Bwana Tumbo'" (the portly master)
is likely to quit these parts revered as
even no African chief has ever been
In the past. He will. If Roosevelt
luck" continues to follow him In his
explorationl of the jungle.
The medicine man of the. Masia
tribe, whose fearful superstitious are
the "law and the prophets" to the ig-
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The Ocala High Uet1l g" mB
flooded the maf= yetrdyJ thttr-
invitationm. TW T erese- will teSb
place at the Baptist -chunkr the
night of May 24th. The g 4drift. W
Phil Roblnson. Walter Mdel, Wobert
Anderson. Gary Deck, MaItrle Paet,
Maggie Lytle, Adele IlV LUA
Lucile Moore. The oNt i of the
clan are Phil Bobiasu, raod6et;
Walter LIddell, vice pNSMeat, a"d
Miss Lytle, secretary a"d nu .
All the graduate have Wirltt their
commencement pieces ad rS M 6f
though the hands- oa tidrk tUo-
aty trainers and we hope they wlB be
so instructed and emerido i I1W M
power that their voles Wbme they
speak will be rated above a vwhlsp
and they can be heard mere tiwan ve
feet from the foot lights. t t met be
said of these graduates as a. lady re-
marked about the clanm IrFd1h SCiM
one, that she felt so ebInr l -,
knew they tried to My SOlMd buat
so far as she was aware, hek la the
hall, It was all pantomime aad ttime
of that..


Mr. Henry Brush, one of the up-to-
date cigar manufacturer of Tampas is
in town today interviewlang the trade.
He said the city was slowly but sure*
ly reviving from the great d preslon
caused by the panki of 17M; that the
gira trade was resumting Its normal
condition and the material affairs of
the city were assuming their wanted
activity. Over a hundred buildings
are now being erected. Mr. Brush has
been a resident of Florida for U .yaM,
23 of which he spent at Maruian- He',
was there at its birth and helped to
shade its streets by planting ebhrrT
trees and for three terms Was Its hon-
ored mayor. Mr. Brush Is a pleasant
gentleman and makes friends where-
pver he goes.

There will be some recitals -ring
the last week In May. Besides the
high school graduating exercises, will
come the musical recital of Mis Byrd
Wartmann's piano class on the even-
ing of May 26th, following the next
evening by Miss Minnie Gamsby's
class recital. Miss Wartmaau will
hold her recital In the Woman's Club
rooms.

Mr. A. IK Richwte and family of
the Levon section, were oIn town this
morning shopping. Mr. Me6hwlne
made the Star office a pleasant scat
and reported erop prospect very
promising. Mr. R. pays coe atten-
tion to the local market sad -tl a a
specialty of peanuts, of whblh he irat-
ed a good many this year. t st md he
really had eanttjapef w I m ir* ad
in a week or ten days they Would-be
ripe and ready for the home market.
Mr. Lovell, his neighbor, has a spis
did field of watermelons, the 8aest l
has yet seen.

Col. Nic Barno returned yesterday
from Tampa, where ie went to de-
fend his suit against the evammet,.
who accused him of abotraetlUm 'pan
saw logs from govwnamet .ad is Cit-
rue county. The case was costianed.
lHe also paid bi frleod lrobert 3J.
Knight a visit at his iNgaotlnet or-
ange grove, on Old Teampa Bay.

Prot. W. eWesley S10t1, hk Marten
county pedagogue, who e nat' do'l
ed a successful term of aseol at RBod
dick, has prehaseod a very fne orange
grove of 12 acres, bearlts .at Swiftr,
four miles east of Wqlredale.' The
property sto a very dedrable oft et.
Ia known as the Rutehlnonoa P e.

Mr. H. B. Brinson, of Oxford, paid
the Times a pleasant eall while In
town Tuesday. He smid Oxford was
going ahead, some real estate chang-
ins hands. Mr. B. C. Hood sold his
valuable farm last week to Mr. H. 0.
Collier. the c6nsakration being S.,-
OO.-Sumterville Times.

Col. Fred Van Roy, of Detroit, Mich.,
after spending several- daysin theo
city, has gone. to Crystal River, fom
which place he will asa leave tor his
home. Col. Van Ra is Interested In
the Seminole Power "& le O C, and
down to look over tie plant. While
here he was the guest of Miss Gard-
ner and brother, A. A. Garduer, who
manage the plnat.-&-rt Myrs Pres.
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Mrs. Charter Brown and her daugh-
ter-in-law, Mrs. Nicholas IBrown, of
Belleview. were here today shopping.
Mrs. Brown is the lady who lost a
basket of eggs some tme ag" on the
road to Oeala and wieh were footad.
by Mr. D. A. Mitchell of Bllevl w and
sold for the benefit of the owner. If
the owner could be found. The notice
of this Incident was printed In the
Star and It was through v a epolumns
Mrs. Brown ascertained what become
of her eggs.

Smith & Roberts bu 16d today two
babies, one the child Of Mr. ad Ms.
J. A. Mooaey, the t e Mr. a,
Mrs. 3. B. Davis. There bwte the
body of the stranger ',lrhs tlded' In
the jail Tuesday miTwa s no asmwet'
being received to the do i-grams ak-&
Ing for Informateion otheth.M Wil
Mock says that he tew t he
when a boy, that his same was Jtulus
Elliott and he oat a wpeBto-do
family In t rKy., but an,
inquiry to that place t aS reply.

Capt. T. X. Johae as display
at the OcaiS Homne ai-g wA e"
melon. The M captain s et
brsggnter much a bP.Whea ta will
ship his first car, it a s ft bet
he'U be right tbera ao est ot the
shippers and may%- Jt'a lutt hbe-
fore any one elme.
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*061 A d~ r 6 sympathy r
,eUs g the 10",, oeoar
umd bro r Our sortOw sl set-
dlt th" e kindly, exp m loas of
Vmih. We wOl never forget them
Mar Go 00 uns thes sad kep then
ftrases e Ortae.lly,
S Kr, d Mrm. J. A. Campbell
A aes aad rDaughters.

IUIEVES IT RIGHT

CoL Robert P. mgars of Ocals. one
O the best known w astaes and pub-
Hic -M of Florida, Is s toppang at the
RUiaoer whtie visiting Tampa on
bhsne. Colonel Rogers to among
the a y wealthy Florldlans who
strongly favor the payment of the
Wasp elaim, and be expressed deep
reet that Colonel Walles was not
glvu an opportunity of bringing suit
byi Oe preset legIslature. *The claim
isto an absolutely just one," said be,
.aand should be paid without any con-
teution whatever. Saing on the claim
should not be neceeary."-Tampa
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#Ashdg d DemAty
s OM ry rapper of Doctor Piewl
Gold.e Medieal Iacovery beamme a full
&t et of e gImndl em comlpoSlg II Is
printed there la plati EnUI. Forty
yeas of experience h rovn TIta uperiaI
worthasablood=amvr aaitl and vat
nagtole th cawreof ostomachdlsrwde
sadAll Uimr L It bsIls up the run-
down system as so other tonke can la
Which aobol used. ThesAUTv medic-
oal priaciples of native rootn such
Gode Seal and Qeen's root Stone and
Mandrake oN Bloodisot and Black
Chaerryhk arw retracted and perve-
by the o of dehmamay pure, triple.
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They ame handed down from parent
to chlKd, and It there Is a defect In a
pen seyes It Is mores/tan likely te
tb found In the eyeso otbo eh also.
Red lids. styes. or Itebihn burning
pat a are
INDICATION, OF
m= CuW tapables that can be over-
come by stt proper glasses.
DR. D. M. BONEY.
Iyeelght Spoealist,
Ocais, FILa
Offe Hoors: i to 12 a. m. and
1:80 to 4:30 p..m. Optical ofce
sad laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary
block.

STAGE STAr POSTER PICTURES
AND FREE SHEET MUSIC

Next ~Mauday's New York World
Magazine will contain poster por-
traits In color, fit for wall decoration,
of the following actors and actress:
Billie Burke, Grace George, David
Delasco, George Arliss, W. H. Crane
and Julle Opp. Also a song, words
and music complete, from Cole and
Johnson's musical extravaganza. "The
Red Moon," now running at the Ma-
jestic Theatre, Broadway. New York.
Cole and Johnson, who wrote the
song, are both colored men. and this
song is an old tashloned "coon song."

%. PIANO TUNING ,
Ten yea's eper0ence. Referenom,
any muaei teacher In Oaesla any
music houe In Jacksonville. 'Phone
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F' r M ~ OF A SERMON
Pebued y, aw Mar rby n-o. W.
H. Ceeafm of tlw Ocala

Text, John 10:25-27. The speaker
said that this text emphas es the ten-
der solcitude that Jesus mantf sted
In his dying hour as he committed the
care of his mother to the beloved John.
He also dwelt upon the example of
Jesus obeyilg his earthly parents un-
til he was o age. )
The charm of the young mother,
tenderly callag for her children, di-
recting the expanding mind, nursing
them In sicknes and the Intense grief
when called upon to bury her child
were pointed as the noblest examples
of unsetish love. He said that the
love of mother never fails under any
Cdrumstances and cited a pathetic ap-
peal he had heard made a few months
ago by a mother as her son. a hard-
ened criminal, was led away to serve
a term In the penitentiary.
Like many of the other better things
In life a mother's love Is not fully ap-
preciated while we have mother with


us.
He emphasized the confidence that
ought to exist between parents and
children- that plans ought to be con-
fined to parents, whose larger exper-
ience and loving advice would gen-
erally shield boys and girls from mak-
ing any very bad mistakes.
He dwelt, tenderly upon the anxiety
of the mother in her efforts to restrain
her loved ones from a sinful course or
a wasted life.
Many eminent men have said that all
they were they owed to the influence of
mother stimulating them to their best
efforts. A touching reference was
made to the great speech recently
made by his friend.. Hon. D. C. Mc-
Mullen! in the Florida Senate, when
but a few hours before a telegram had
been received, telling him of his
mother's death. It was stated that he
rmnained at his post of duty because
of his mother's earnest prayers that
Florida, which had been so long the
family home, might be ridded from the
curse of the open saloon. And because
she had urged her honored son to do
his best for the cause.
The mighty influence of a conse-
crated Christian mother for Christ
and the church were specially empha-
sized.
Closing, he said, If your mother is
living and you are away from home,
write a letter and do so often. If she
is dead meditate upon the efforts she
made to lead you to a true life. If you
have made her promises that you have
not kept, redeem those promises and
get into right relation with your
mother's God.

SENATE C MMITTEE SOLID

In Recommendation of the Partition of
Hillaberosgh County
Tallahasee, Fla.. May 13.-Without
a dissenting vote, the senate com-
mittee on county organisation, last
night decided to report favorably upon
the bill for the creation of Pinelas
county.


ASYLUM FOR INEBRIATES-

Tallahassee, May 13.-Temperance
bills occupied much of the time of the
senate yesterday and the Sloan bill
prohibiting drinking on trains and
several others of less Importance were
passed to third reading. The most
notable feature of the session was the
amendment proposed to a bill by Mr.
Humphries defining drunkenness, and
which provides that a habitual Arunk-
ard shall be treated the same as luna-
tis and sent, to the state lunatic asy-
lum for treatment.

MONTHLY WOODMEN MEETING

The regular monthly meeting of
Fort King Camp, W. 0. W., will b
held In Yonge's HaU Friday evenalot
"There will be exercise for the goat and
other Important business.
HOUSE FOR RENT

For rent an eight-room residence
well located on' outh Third street.
Apply to P. W. Ditto or to Guy Topho
at the Monteszuma hotel.

FISIt AND OYSTERS

I receive every day from Crystal
River choice oysters, both inside and
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fish
and mullet. I can give you the best
In fish any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone 19 city market;
second stall on the lest. 1-3-tf
WILLAM UCK.WIL

STAR AND DESIGNER 41.30 A YEAR

We will give the Ocala Weekly Star
and the Designer one year for $1.3,
strictly In advance.

ELECTRIC SMOOTHING IRON

One of the greatest convenlence
about the house Is one of those Amer-
ican Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
.ed in a minute, an even temperature,
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife,
mother or sister one of them. Two
sizes and prizes. Ask H. W. Tucker
to show them to you.

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TURN ON THE LIGHT

Houe's .Aebion in Laying ex-Qov
Jeing Letter on the Table
DOleesued by hai
Former Governor Jebalngs was ask-
ed this molting by a Metroo'lo re-
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ed to Speaker Irarris umui- hw
MacW!!ains mia ary report, ad
replied that the retfua o the s
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swer- the crittlcMaB the e~ar ie
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,ite One will Cost Only $7,.?
New York. May 13.-The Wright
brothers announce the minimum price
for one of their famous patterns of
aersplanes is $7.500. and that the
larger patterns are correspondingly
higher.
* They announce that they have or-
.d&rs for a number of machines, which
are b.ing built at their Dayton. Ohl6.
factuoy. Aeroplaning will become
common sport around New York soon
If the craze continues to spread. The
Wrights. who have just returned from
Europe. are being lionized In high
society.
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The above rep6ree ths *e Ar the0 best ai ngt tomorrow evening.
e'ver offered In Oeals, or Wrast ~M~l fiw Wt ll argue lt s4 tit Ban concert tomorrow night.
on Magnolia stret, faelatss sfoa b In h th c REXALL
with three large stores on pW *~ iis i b tild .lth.gl a n" ses. n
The place is now brinatrig 4iiMr.I 41Py dbi gW In pe ts c aB be J. T. Bridge of BUtelton, was a
made. to bring $22.50, or wi_ -sli et cent. aveiesmt. Tores, $S0" caller tef .
down and $100 every three i0 per cent. fatet. 5 os will re any case
Thc above at price na b.I M* valen to Oeal today. It oeters you of ChIllt sd fVW. Prie S2.
t,, buy a building that will de 1 htI*a ws I hi thItftl I tll hav, paid for It.
a nd you will receive back -41itil f ed Tli leetg4, for rents, e Merchant Fridy, of Reddick,. was In
fore you have paid the eatire ** ei . t ewn t a.
Act immediately and call Oinlfl rMerv fIteOrnatloL Mrs. C. N. Kirkland retwued today


Marion

OCALA, FLORIDA.
HOUSES FOR RENT


HOTEL I

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Best Medium Pries


Table is always supplied w
Skilled cooking, careful attI
Good rooms and comfortable


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MRS. ROBERT KAISER.
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from her visit to South Florida.
Plank's Chfill Tonic, guaranteed to
crwe chills and fever, 25 cents.
Tag Collector Carney went down to


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coileAI a i4 httal vilt a O
tomorrow, wasasin tahe igutat St s
or this i at a lovely liftte r
party ghiveA W her anatk a, Cwes.
The trmie taMe. bi e sffced- a tia
parlor. wi was. fwrngaat wth pr*'
ty flowers tete uam were eisy"
ed and n e.atutag .tte sares M
J. M. Dell was the hfgbet, m, wih ea
ttled her to the prt. TIe pretty
silver hat p1U woa by Mrs DeU was
given to the bor guemt
Morning card parties are always de-
lightOhl and the Oee wth Mr Crow-
for tier attrafth-e alece was greatly
enjoyed by the following who were
her guests: Mrs, . Weston, Mrs.
Arthur Hardaker, Mrs. J. M. Dell. Mm.
John Taylor. Mise Haumptes. Care
Liddon. Grace Hatchefll, Lcite Staud-
iey. Allce Bllock, Edna Doxier, Ethel
Robinson and Annie Atkinsom.
Assisted by Master Frank Crom and
Miss Hampton, the hostess served at
the conclusion of the games delleioms


Sake Weir yesterday afternoon. lunch, consisting of creamed chicken
A. FRANK, Manager. on parsley with mayoaalse dressing,
Sw 5 or 6 doses *W will cure any case olives, pickles and wafers. Iced tea
or "THl W ,l. of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. flavored with mint and lemon, was
LOTS Pt SALE ON EASY TERMS served with the salad course.
S--- Bob Sanders was In town today atnd
said Dunnellon was all righ.. MR. FISHEL ENTERTAINED
THEY. FIT THE LIPS-LICE KISSES THE CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Best 50 cent dinner in I.Le city at
and taste as sweet. That's why ches- the Elk Cate. Mr. Leon Fshel, the director of the
and taste a sweet. That's why ches- now well known Ocala Concert Or-
ger's -and Lowney's Candles in half Mr. Joseph Malever returned yester- chestra; entertained the orchestra
rad pead boxes are so popular. Pure day from his visit' to Savannah. members last evening at the home of
p d his parents.
eonfections these; flavor delicious. Our Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to All the members were present ex-
confectionery is free from adultera- cure chills and fever, 25 cents. cept' one. Mr. Robert Mathews. and
the 1wo hours of playing was enjoy-
tion.,. It is wholesome and healthfuL 0. M. Kelly of Savannah represent- ed by quite a number of friends of the
rEery kind t confectionery here. d that city in Ocala yesterday. host.
Tempting and delicious refresh-
Fruits, Cold Drinks, Cigars and News- The Montezuma had 30 arrivals yes-i ments were served by Mrs. Fislel, af-
papers. terday. ter which all hid a fond good-night to
papers. thf host.
AAwrence Preyermouth is quite Ill -l -
SA ALLA D with fever. MISS WEATHERS
ENTERTAINED AT TEA
S Mr. G. C. Crom went up to Gaines-
ville at noon today on business. Wednesday afternoon Miss Esther
Weathers was the lovely hostess of a
REXA LL delightful little 5 o'clock tea given.In
honor of Mrs. Arthur Hardaker. of
Judge Bullock discharged the Jurors Tampa. and Mrs. Ralph Birdsey. of
for the remainder of the week and Macon. both of whom before their
they have all gone home. marriage were popular young ladies in
-- Ocala.
It. Tellephean _01 2. R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville., Those enjoying delicious tea. sand-
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c. wiches and cake with Miss Weatherk
SHotel n the City eh: 7.50 per dozen. and the honorees were Mrs. E. T. Hel-
venston. Mrs. -. S. Cullen. Mrs. J. J.
Have you seen the new visible Fay- Gerig. Mrs. W. H. Powers, Mrs. R.
-Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & -'o McConathy. Mrs. F. *E. Schrleber,
ith the best the market affords. general agents. Miss Mary Platt. Miss Meta Jewett
tion to the wants of the guests. R X A L Land Miss Sarah McCreery.
bIed. MISS THURBER GORE TO WED
Miss Winnifred Tucker returned
y W4aft today from a pleasant visit to friends The above announcement will be
at Lakeland. pleasant news to the many friends of
Miss Thurber Gore and especially
PROPRIETRESS. OCALA Mr. Robert Ferguson. a representa- pleasant to the Ocala friends made by
tive citizen of Berlin, was a caller in her during a visit here two winters
.. .- town today. ago, at which time she was the guest
of Miss Sue Anderson.


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- Mr. George Feltham and family and
Mr. Feltham's brother, of Boston, Ga.,
went fishing at Silver Springs today.
Will Dale, vice president of the
Dutton Phosphate Company, arrived
yesterday afternoon.
Geo. E. Snow, the Eastlake orange
grower, was a business caller yester-
day.
Jno. T. Lewis, inspector of state
convict camps, went down to Fqrt
Myers yesterday.
J. L. Grigls and Merchant Fridy
represented Reddick at the Montezu-
ma last night.
Juli i'Schat of Jacksonville. was "i
town yesterday with a line of optical
g: ods. ..- -. ;. ..
T. H. Harder of Montverde, a veg-
etable buyer, was here yesterday to
inspect the truckers' prospects.

T. J. Bimdrix of Jacksonville and.
largely Interested in saw mills, was a
caller in.town yesterday.

Mr. W. 'L Howes., commercial trav-
eler for Bartleson, was in the city to-
day. calling on his friends.
Mrs. C. A. -Uddon. who has been
Quite II from an attack of nervous
prostration, is much better today.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any Mnake of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
REXALL
Mr. W. M. Gist, the McIntosh agri-
cultural magnate, came in yesterday
afternoon to Inspect his stock farm
booth of town.
S ine candies, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best, in pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
stand.
j Robert J. Knight, the turpentine
man of Citrus county and the large
orange grove owner of Clearwater, was
here Yesterday afternoon.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy imported china In many dif-
M ferent pieces The Antit-Mnopoly
^& Du~lr.


..y to ...j p IN Mr and 'Mrs. IL. Freyerninuth.
|\ Tr W p Ai-B who recently sold their home in the
-y a .B -- l-' third ward. are now occupying tht-
X.S'." .a:h.: lS' W 1. 4.8ij., ,.. | Webb house on North Second street.
ake f.'s T -% rLA i pa ---
IA -' *-.I ~ nast.att tra n tteaeMl se Dr. Baskin. Mayor Kibler. Harry
Ai,- -C s *.. t1i.90% Ar yeAO~f LtPSet Arour I Peters and two oth'r representative
-AT "+c- u'.. itt s t'.rAs' t-r- eltlsen 6 of Dunneflon. came up this
an-: j *r--,'.i-.'.., { <. ;'a I r ns *aBmes morMntg In the doctor's auto.
B C, t -a roi 1 r *lk~ / Ta l. '---D hamsO ast
S CS ->a5.. 4 8 -, aWdteti. Mr. John Robinson, one' of the live
a.J. -bc.-jto 1* Cia ft wr. -aeuns towdr. deputies of Levy county, was in town
*ad I nc--gOt Sucth Mia .SM.-IT lth t -' -- yesterday on business connected with

| ||lflHO IWio-l I Ulp Sl. | lbl|li Mr. 0. P. Williams. the Berlin tur-
s e a S i t. I I- -- -


Miss Gore announced her enage -
ment to Mr. L. C. Dickerson last Wed-
nesday at a beautiful party she gave
at her home in Wilmington. N. C. The
groom-elect is a prominent and pop-
ular insurance man of Wilmington and
Is to be congratulated upon winning
the affections otr-o lovely a young
gilr. The marriage will take place on
the 20th of October.

MEETING OF THE U. D. C.
The regular monthly meeting of
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C., will be held
at the residence of Mrs. E. T. Helven-
ton at 3:30 o'clock Priday afternoon.
-Mrs. A. A. Winer. Sec'y.
JEXKALL



THE AIR DOME


Moving Pictures

and Music

The Beat of termimet Furnihb-
e4 byr He Peos t
NEW PI7tUKltn lVBERT DAY
Doors Open at 7:81 p. m.
Musio by the Orchestra Between Aets

Admalmr 10 and 5 CeOts
Prat for th Evemtag *
STAG3 STRUCK
THE BASKETMAKER'S DAUGHTER
A BABY SHOW,
THE MIBADVENTURES OP AN
EQUILIBRIST

L. W. TUCIE WIEMTEI


Mr. R. L. Singleton. of Waycross,
Ga., and Mr. P. J. Theuss partner in
the furniture business in Ocala. will
arrive Monday to inspect the business'
and go with his partner on a fishing
outing to Juje rl.kthe noted fish-
iog reort, e .\le Oklawaha river.
RtXALL
Mr. J. L. Smoek; who since his se-
rious sickness In South Carolina has
never recovered htis usual form, will
take at outing fot several weeks at
Salt Springs. and hopes to have as his
companion Mr. George Williams. They
will leave Saturday.
TO THE MELON BUYMft
I have thirty acres fine melons. Will
be ready to load by the 1st of June,
I want f. o. b. buyers.
S. H. Cauthen.
Candler, Fla., May 10. 1909.


TEA FOR MISS HAMPTON
Of the many little parties this sea-
son none have been more delghtful
than the pretty little five o'clock tea
given Wednesday by Mrs. Oliver Grant
Weston in compliment to Miss Cath-
erine Hampton of Galmesville, who 1I
the lovely guest of her, aunt, Mrs. (3
C. Crom.
Mrs. Weston had the plamsa hotb
Oklawaha home artistically deellted
with pink oleanders sad on the lawn
were rags, chairs and settes., which
ded a charm to the -appearaace of
everythlag. -
The twenty guests. including oys
-and girls, were greeted informally by
the hostess on the front steps /wthe-
turn introduced them to t.i. Acuor
guest. Miss Hampton were a bl a
mehailthe hand-embroidered and Px-
quisitely fashioned gown.
A tea table with its dainty appoint
ments was placed at one end of the
veranda and Mrs. Crom poured the
delicious beveliae, brewed aI a eot.
per tea kettle, which was passed to
the guests by Miss Olive Weston and
Mr. Harry Weston, the lovely and
handsome daughter and nephew of the
house, assisted by Miss lenoer Crom
and Mr. Curtis Crom. With the tea
not sandliches were passed sad then
strawberries and nabilmoes were servo
ed. .
The hour spent with Mrs. Weston
was greatly enjoyed by the following:
Misses Hampton. Ethel Roluon. Ed-
na Dozier, JPrnces Atierson, Sue An-
derson, Hope Rtobisonm, Alice Ballock,
Sarah Davis. Annie AtkUlsoa, Mrs. H.
L. Anderson and Messmrs J. MUlls-
Price. Phil Robinson,'Robert Amder-
son. Jr., Frank Harris. Jr, Julan
Robinson and, Judge Bell.

"Mr. Bennie Condon, the -bicycle
man. has added to his line of goods e
stock of automobile supplies and has
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NOTmE OF ,
TEACHER'S EX


Anyone needing these goode will do -
well to call on him and looked over )otlee hi .ttte .WO
his line. .Ular state uaiform '
teachers wil be held Oehi
Mrs. J. WF. Webb of Whlgham., Ga., ning on Tie4 tr1, '. ),
arrived n town yesterday afternoon
and will be here for a few day pack- white _pl4ltreaOe Will be e l
ing some furniture to ship to Georgia. the QealaE bigh oo
Dr. and Mrs. Webb resided in Oea&a the colored at UH+w A
for some time and still own a valta- will be n.ece0, ry for-
ble residence near the Jewish syna- Provide them l wit
gogue. per, pens and, l". flw ,k0N
the legal oee of M st t aeh.
Mrs. Ben Borden .and children and plicant will be f elt .e '
Mrs. Borden's mother, Mrs. Smith. "Yery treispttl w ar
went down to Oxf9rd today, for a few 5-19dwttf J l
days visit, and to help Mrs. Borden's Superintendent for es
recovery from her recent illness. "
WEATHER -t3 AT :v
"The Basket Maker's Daughter" is
a fine little picture story at the Air Washblgton, D-. C- May .&
Dome tonight, and the "Misadventures cloudy; showers .i ea BlJlr
of an Equllibrist" would cheer the tlon tonaht or Pj4ly -
heart of a misanthrope. And "A Baby
Show" would please anybody. Be sure A telephone ..m. tinag
and htvt: a look in some time during rion Farms a&nnolenM thti
the evening. %cts who Ocaype4 :pi1 i r
surrounded In a pto< a0
Mrs. H. G. McDavid, who has been miles down tt i rthera t m
sick for several weeks, was taken to- I t refto rd. ;U
the hospital yesterday. She is Dr. E.swaspg are lu tiiar 16
Van Hood's patient, and he hopes to and it is t ojW91 ti. 'e"
soon restore her to health. "
--Um T, -- Wft>la
the city stts t mSpa
ON ATT
.Mrs, Lo1. DBs:
4-one dewiyst

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HI-UP dry batteries. Them ar espe- -Mrs.Ralp T
son, BELbert lipd 1
clally adapted for igiation work tI an- for htr home
tomobiles, motor bests, g and gass- Birdsey was sen s
line engines. Gusranteed to stand up etb.t er., L .
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Are the merchants, the profeedoaml ~ad sowpa fl m and woRme of
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We accommodate all classes.' Or eustomw represet the men aad
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HOUSE FURNISHINGS ALL KINDS

The only louse ti Ce rl Fra wm Compledddy
Firnisls tee hue. Carrks at d Te LatesL ai
Best m Frmlttre; Keepltg up wit be times and Jst
What the Peoplek Wait
Also carries a Cmpkete lme o fluliders and Shel
Hardware, Carriages, Wao-s, bt i lanerss, Sadles, El,
Look ever or Stock adl get Mr prices before you
make yor purchases Tours es Iec


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lutely effective In all cases. Price 50c
per bottle at the Anti-Monopoly Drug'
store.
JORDAN LED IN JACKSONVILLE
Jacksonville, May 13.-W. S. Jor-
dan led Mayor W. H. Sebring in Tues-
day's nominating pr mary for muni-
cipal candidates. by 200 votes. A sec-
ond primary is necessary.
The strength developed by Jordan
surprised everybody, it being the gen-
eral opinion that Mayor Sebring would
win. The vote for Christie, the third
candidate for the mayoralty nomina-
tion. was very small.
If you expect to get the original
Carbollsed Witch Hazel Salve, you
must 1 e sure it is DeWitt's Carbolized
Wftch Hazel Salve. It is good for
-uts, burns and bruises, and is espec-
ially good for piles. Refuse substi-
tutes. Sold by all druggists.
A BIG JOB FOR SOMEONE
Tallahassee. May 13.-There will be
introduced in the house this week a
bill. which If passed, will have the
most far reaching effect on the finan-
ces of the state for good. This is a bill
to be entitled "An act to establish and
maintain a state printing plant, at
which shall be done all the state print-
ing.
Many weas, nervous women have
been restored to health by Foley*i
Kidney Remedy as it stimulates the
kidneys so they will eliminate the
waste matter from the blood. Impu-
rities presss the nerves. causing
nervous exhaustion and other ail-
ments. Commence today and you will
soon be well. Pleasant to take. Sold
by all druggists.
If you desire a cleut complexion
take Foley's Orino Laxative for con-
stipation and liver troubles as it will
stimulate these organs and thorough-
ly cleanse your system, which Is what
everyone needs In the spring In order
to feel well. Sold by all druggists.
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to be ea* ic Wun-~-tvcf r Ywwmy
which very likly ay mw"Is* ft
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Paid | for His Experisno& A I -HIr
New Yorkt. May IL-An accident '
coneeted with the marriage of Miss
Iselta and Count Mannxfield is told by
the Times. Saturday a tall. blonde
stranger walked into the Hotel Goth-
am and made inquiries for Coumit
Mannsfeld.
"I am Count Hatsfeld, and have
come over for the wedding." he said
to Cashier Ryan. Mr. Ryan was all n
attention and bade the caller wait
while he let Count Mannsfield know of 1r
his arrival.
The machinery for notifying guests
of the hotel of the arrival of a visitor I
was put in motion, and Mr. Ryan
turned to his desk to resume his du- ,g G O
"Oh. I forgot to tell you that I shall
be stopping here with you until after
the weddIng." added the supposed
count "Here are my luggage checks.
If you wil fix up a suite for me I will
be obliged."
The caller placed three baggage
checks on the desk. and asked to be rA
told whn Count Mannsfield wasD R
ready to receive him. But later de-
velopments showed that Count
Mannsfield bad gone out for a drive
with Miss Iselin. and was not expect- ,',
ed to arrive back at the hotel for an
hour or more. Get the Peopi
"Then I shall ust leave him a line in Medicine-
and. go out for a while," said the MedCne-
caller, whereupon he walked back into practical and i
the writing room. 'cent stam s to
In a few minutes he returned to the
desk and handed Cashier Ryan a let- PENSARY MED
ter addressed "Count Ferdinand Col-
orado Mannsfield."
"If you will see that Count Manns-
field gets that immediately upon his on the head and the nel
arrival I will be obliged." said he, bullet.
starting for the door. He had taken Both the American a
only a few steps, however, when he authorities are holding
appeared to change his .mind and re- tion to place the respond
turned to the desk. Mr. Ryan was
agrin all smiles. TESTED AND Pl
"Oh. say. I find I have but a small
amount of American money in my Thet s a Heap f S
pockets and the banks 'are closed; Able to Depend Up
would you be good enough to ex- r months Ocala read
change this l1,0f note for me?" the constant expression
"With pleasure." said Mr. Ryan, and e con's Kidney Pills, an
he handed $200 In good American the good work they have
money, locality. Not another ren
"And if you will order me a motor duced such convincing p
car." said the supposed Count, as he Thos. Ellinor, living a
carelessly placed the money in his St., Palatka, Fla., say
pocket. "I will take a ride down town months ago I had a sev
and buy a little wedding present," he lame back. and was fb
work. I could not bend
added. A taxicab was called and he up anything without
drove away. tensely and every quick
- Nothing more was thought of the made brought on such
otcurrente and a porter was .ent for that is really seemed as I
the caller's baggage. When he looked being thrust into my bac
at the checks it was found that they ed. I could hardly strain
belonged to the Canadian Pacific Rail- plasters and liniments, bi
road. A each was made for the relief. I had previously
Kidney Pills and had :
baggage at the Grand Central Station, bneficial results that
but it could not be found, and the try them again. They c
matter was reported back to the hotel. I have not had any k
Meanwhile Count- Mansfield re- since. I told a friend ol
turned to the hotel. He frceived the andhe used them with tl
note and after reading it remarked flcial results."
that he knew of no Count Hatsteld Plenty more proof li
o was to attend his wedding, in factOcala people. Call at T
helknew no Count Hatsfeld at all. drug store and ask wha
mers report.
Then the trouble began. Ryan look- For sale by all dealer
ed up the ,LOOOf note. and on close -x- cents. Foeter-Milburn
amination it proved to be a fogery. New York, sole agents i
Further inquiry developed the fact States.
that the baggage checks were 'some Remember the name
old ones that had long since gone out tak- no other.
of use.
The driver of the taxicab said that A RHODE ISLAND
when the bogus, count got in he gave MURDE
directions In quite good English to be
driven to the Grand Central station, Providence, R. I., May
and that upon arrival there he paid ribly- batered body of 1
his fare and went inside. Regester, a Cranston
Found in the old Hebrei
A MILE Reservoir avenue, this c
is a pretty hard thing to accomplish and marks on the neck
when yon'rsn blue, bilious and out of the woman had been at
sorts. There Is a sure cure for all investigation of the meB
kinds of stomach and liver corn- showed that the woman,
plalnts-constlpation and dyspepsia, criminally assaulted.


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OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO
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J. J. FORT, Proprietor

Rates reasonable. All goods proe-
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delivered promptly. All transient
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DANCED I4ERSELF TO DEATH
Marie Fren's Heart Was Not as Light
as Her Heels.
Chicago, May 13.-Marie Fron, 20
years old, danced herself to death in a
public dance hall last night, according
to the verdict of a corone s jury. The
girl possessed a frall constitution, but
waltzing was a mania with her. She
was warned by her parents not to ex-
ert herself, bt the music caused her
to forget the warning abd she danced
continuously until she had to be car-
rled off the hall fainting.
AMBUSHED IN AFRICA
English Officer and 12 of His Mme
Killed.
Lagop, British West Africa, May1.&
-Lieut D. A. Vanrenen. assistant
resident administer of a district in
Northern Nigeria, three other Eng-
lishmen and thirty-five native police
were ambushed recently by natives 59
miles northeast ot Zungeru.
The lieutenant and twelve of the
policemen were killed. A British force
has been dispatched to the locality to
punish the natives.
GENERAL FRISBIE
Oldest American Resident of Maieeo,
is Ded.
City of Mexico, May 1l.-Ge1J. B.
Frisble, California and Mexican pio-
neer, died here yesterday. He was
born in Albany, N. Y., In. 1823, and
went to California when a boy. He
came to Mexico over thirty years ago
and was the oldest American resident
here.


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SEABOARD AIRm i
II7.SI, LouisvLe. Ky., ns return,
account Southern Baptist Ceaes-
tion. Tickets on sale May 10, 11,
12 and 13. Final ilmR Mfy 22.
1909.
$17^5, Asheville, N. C., ad raturs.
account National AAmoiat i T-
P. A. of America. Tlebkt o1 6ale
May 28, 29 and. 30. F1111 *lt
30 days from bt"t ot alautedfs
date of sale.
*7 .^, Loumlseill, Ky., and ratns,
account anan al sesio Amadnt
Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets o ale June
5, 6, 7 and.8. Final limit June
17, 1909.
517T.6, Asheville, N. C. a rt',I
account laternat"l n Cov
Baraca and PhIlatheS. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final lim
June 25, 1909.
$14.^, Atlanta, Ga., and rmt ao.
count Americas AsoladU of
Opticians. Tckets on -ise June
19 and 20. FPial limit June 25
1909.
$17.5, Asheville, N.. .. aid retn,
account Dramatic Order KnWgW
of Khorassan, biennial meet.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9., 1, aM
11. Final limit July 26. i9.


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Asst Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksovillle,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Rayor, C. T.
AK, Ocala, Fla.
SHADY
Messers. Frimoth and Lyles at Oaui
are here putting down a well or Mr.
J. M. Dohglax.
The church cleaning with dinner on
the grounds May 1st was quite a sue-
cess, not-with-standing the busy tms
with the farmers.
, Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl vI te
friends at Cal'.ary Sunday mfteq'r.v%.
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