Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 15, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03168
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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Potato Chips, 15e., two for 26o.
Imported Swiss Chees 40s. pmnd.
1 pound Cans Presto Prunes 158e. -ah
2 Pound Cans Presto Prunes Ue. *ee.
Presto Prunes are fine Calfparlai
fruit and ready for use. Try a eoam
Horring Roe, 1 pound Cans, l 10
Herring Roe, 2 pound Cans, 15e.
Asparagus Tips, 25c. a Tin
Argo Salmon 20., two for e.3
Black Pepper in glass. NieN for tMh
table, l0c. each.
Pineapple Chunks. Fine goods, 0s..




Two Phones 174. Ocala. Fa.



SFr A L r U GCRGiCf'
Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor. Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
011ice Over Commercial 3Bad
Phone 211.
Offic- honur: 8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to
S. iM.

()fMe---Second Floor The Muarn &
ChaIhliss Bank Building, O l0J
Telephones-Office, 222; Resldeaeoe
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. n..; 1 *0 4
p. m.: 7:30 to 8:30 p. a.


Life Assurance Socilty

o1 Te Ui SmI i ,


Resident Alnt.


Plans and Speclflcattons 7rtshed
Upon Request.

Phone I

129 South Third t.,
130. OCAA. L


Undmetakms a1 Eiain
D. E. Melver Alfre S. O:

Fine Caskets lal nBuMI t
All work done by lImcep i nbalsm
er and fully ruaiatde.


Lumber Co.'

Zuber, Fla



"B -- No" ?HistANM l -
We offer one aded Dalws Re- the ldisas a ear
wart forany ea of Catarr that _- _It wr trA .
Sas. -. ot be ea d by Halta Catarrh a s brief ,amn -a a'
I lleifa o Om-w hal s ra "s a t e, "Cre. F. J.,tAene y Co, A r story of Low and toat tth nr es0 Ttohmachea ds e lmb ,a
w IY MA i -- m. Tlede, 0. -Ut Kw Cost Su* hsy 0usefl
We, tha_ dea.sigaed. have kwrn ohe AIrsf went tak tw o *
s e 'as . Cheay i tthe tst 15 r and - '.scale.r"awlo.f. .A.-
believe him pefeetly h noerable In all (B Y M Mf .0P -4S R" *gif
DeOner, Coe., ,May 1S.--ence- bat l au trmoas shons aad s -adaUy (t Lo T ) pan of a dhsS a a
forth t ohe onrei 1 -1a16e 1rop wil able to carry out any obufations made _adairaboy chart No. la tr.
-be matrk d direct, aiMordi to by his f Srm. CHAIPTU XII Pabm1) 5pwhich ist the aa y tN
J. C Awiaeling. president of tfe WakiMtg, Klanan A MArvin. H E captain was enthusiasttc wrte y record avalaMbe for ll
lorlMd Prait G rowers' Ase do n, Wholesale Drusists, Toledo. 0 when he beard of OWae's idea ten agW the eater peagaIAW
wa wa a- Deaver has h ght. JWI's Catarrh carn e is taken Inter- for the protection of the main the gall of Pma sad thesfr i
"Tbhe oa" cp o f florid this nally, acti directly upon the blood deck-"an exceiledt notkun." he glan. It was a tapIe lati tr -" said be' l exe tat f and e o ur aces at the system. termed It. 'ut be scouted the sugges- in the few couetoes gives. The
,My ofher yt si-e1 189 S. ad -we TestimonIals seat ree. Price. 7S tion that ashe should undertake the boring mall ialanda were she a- i
w ll prad.ce halt as mue5 .o theen per bottle. Sold by all druists. work herself. masnable detab. t tthe whae iaet-"
e salfor th o aas Take Halrs Paasfly Pls for conti- "You little know what hang taut ern coast of Banover isndi Itaelf tft -
brokers, wo phaa lany regulate pa o heavy canvas means," he asld when slated of a dotted Sas aed a solitary
the market. making his profits. and DELITTA'S OMER ACCEPTED they met at lunch. "It we ld ter the peak Stokes llouatain. ti- g W ot
keeping p the prices of oranges. I.kin off yor hands. N, Mi Max- wch could be esostead sad ifts p,
From now on we will market the Wi Give a Large Tract of Land Near well; we can put our Chileans on to sitio tidangulated from the s e. cVr..
Florida output direct and this will Tmpa. to Talian hue r that Job. home somethti better for% Cc-zejido straitt. an the 'ite, sad
hred I -ic tr e pw e a4 you to do. Can you mapr the San Bas chinnel, on the soath.
a2L iSr asl so ......, Ita. Asy- y .-Th, govern- "I ave copied beaps of plans for were marked Ina those Xlgacat dot
it te atet meno"t has accepted the offer of Duke my father." he told him. ted line The coat was practicly
s. DeUtta of vat tracts of lands in "Excelieat! At noon today I took unknown to elvillsed man.
Southwest' Florida where it Is pro- an observation, so I Intend to devote It was borne In on the girl while ae
S. - pr m n posed to colonies five thousand af the an hour to revising the bhart. Willn worked that the chief marvel I her
-Messina eartqake u to farm you help? Joey Is In the scheme al- present codtion was the triumph of
wa o"'d the la nds e n shares. The government ready. Then the admiralty will oace- slence over nature la its most hbtile
SSeeiG od- a .s.N.i. n...... ls sIpe t orf land t fully acknowledge th e survey suipiled moo The Kanap busted al tee
RiCamond, a., Ay o15.- The nst gena e conditions of the location. by l v Elsie Maxwell, Captain Ar- comforts and lxurles of a well equip.
conv. o .. of the Intr..tioal L- thur Courtenay an...d Joe. otherwise pa aL .. ..eated at the .. table-
tgue for Wghway Improvements be- VAGARIES OF A COLD known as 'the poP." as herself was a skillful milor. using
gas here yesterday and will -con- ... ee ,l ,ote wh His alluon to the dog by name re- logarithms, secats and cosecaunts, -
tinue today. ou can never be q n sureh called -Jse the Winebag bt'Elsle' Ist d Mances and hou angles is m te
Mayor Rl hardros an d t. w lh -and winter It Imnn ayettle inthe bow- thought she would retal that tiny were It some tnaversity class room.
eing addr ad Gov. 8wann, els p c severe pain. In the scrap ef detective infto tion for the She stole a glance at Coourteay. lie
Secretary of AgrtUothre Wason, summer It ma y give you a colic with present. So she sIdmply d: was so keenly engaged on the bustinee
a a number f other prs. eminent diarrhoea or summer complaint. Do "You will explain to my part of in hand, so bent on achieving aecurmiey
Men will Mai' addresses. the as-inot be alarmed nor torment yourself the undertaking, of coun in his fgures. that she chded beAlf
of Flid, and has for I woftwith fears of appendicitis or inflam- "Certaitly you mast firat correct for her reverie. Then she w dt e ed
ohn A. Stewart. ofS..w ow.k,-. .i matlom. the bowels. At the first the' lao r u Then you subtrqct e ever gavse a t V ght to tat p m-1
IdJat e Albert LewisN of Penosylvaoi, sig of the pain or cramp take Perry the dip and the refraction in altitude. lied wife of his, who most soon sttr
na.: Zusene Master. mayor of St. D Painkiller n warm sweetened' take the sn's semidlameer from the the agony of knowing that the Kansas
Au ,water and relief will comttwat'once.
A g letiane, la., and B. I. Leihton There but one Painkiller, PerryDa- nautical almanac and addthe paralla. was verdutoe
stf to e .Aln~ie .t s Iit Is now put up in a large 35e. o fello el as we?
nraam, of -St. Augustine. treas- s well as the l c. e. "Perfectly. It s&oads the easlest ed with shipping to realize the sam-
a er, and Harry U. Brown, of StI P thing. Bat I don't wish to bear the tion that would be created byl t e st
Augustine' secretary.. I expect AT THE VARIETY STORE remarks of the admialty when they ctblegmim frM Coronet a tneaneag
ed a resolution will be -adopted ask- Moeay -t at ne the result- the appe rance the stemtr
$2," foraurve th' Glass pitchers only 10 cents. Look I at t terested In addgB to the trait. T.e Vaiparalo newpa-
ways from Mai e to ylorida, from at their window. I the slight extent possible tb a met pes would be tan ef series as to
New York to Seattle. and from e-, yachtsman. May I join you?" Inter- the vesmer late. They would peMiubl
battle to Los Angeles.- LEVERING STILL LEADS posed Chrltodbal. full details of the valuable eafgo and
S-~ I Oh, years aid the captain offhand- would give a list of the passengers and
A swoeRour Bow Again Elected President of the South- edly. ocer Ah! Ventana wold learn
FOR LUMBER MEN e1m t Bptist Convenwtion I Else repressed the smile on her ips. then, If be had ot heard e ft eartIr,
-- Louisville,. May 13.-At last night's' Did the worthy doctor fear develop- that she was o board. And be alone
Macon. May 15.-A knockout meeting of the Southern Baptist Con- ments if this harmless mapmaking wofld understand the true reason -of
blow was depIt the lumber manufac- ventlon. the following officers were progressed in his absence? She im- her flight from Chile. Her cheek
turers In an opianioan filedl yesterday elected for the coming year: Joxhu.i agined. too, that Courtenay's acqul- washed, and she applied herself moe
by Standing Master J. N. Talley on Lev ring of Baltimore, president: J. i1 escence In Cbristobals desire to be closely to the chart she was copying.
the f. o. b. claims against the rail- Marvin, of Kentucky; B. F. Riley. 41 present was not wholly in accordance She bad left a gooddil awn" in her
Association In the famous Tift lum- ma.and T. G.uh. of Alabama. v with his nnerost wish. She prompt- be statement that morning. How
ber case. presidents. The remaining officer ly crushed that dangerous fancy. The strange bowutterly Wmexpest~ it
In effect the mill men are without will be killed late in the session. captain was only seeking for some ex- was that Venta's name should fall
reparatton adequate for Injury done! case to take her away from the rough from Courteuay'sa lip-Courtemay of,
in the collection of,tbe over charge USE ALLAN'S FOOT-EASE, work of rigging the extra awnings. all men living! Aad what did lsob
f 2 eeats pet 100 pounds on lum- A .-owder to be shaken into the shoes. How odd that the other thought should mean during that last dreadful same
bhw to Ohio river point and beyond If you have tired, aching feet, try Al- have cropped p first! ere she was carried away to the bnt
.where the merchant and consumer Ilens Foot-Ease. It rests the feet and "You still think the Kansas will win by screaming in er ftreasy that Vea-
Sbought and lade a price f. o. b. makes new or ti4ht ehoes easy. Cures clear of her difficulties?" she said tana had taken "an ample vengeancer
en at the 1il. / aching, swollen, hot, sweating feet. rather hurriedly.- "After all. the ship's .Vengeance for what? Had the half,
I Nrly seventy-five large mill Relieves corns and bunions of all pain safety is essential to your survey." breed dared to make the aae po-
men ia the Georgia-Florida Sawmill and gives rest and comfort. Try It -,'- o,,.trengthes rth optn- to t ri- h a-- hly pc ,.
Asseit*lo- had claims leading and *today Sold *by aBll druggists. For I ETey hour strengthes y oPv pout to the rich and Wghly placed
were relying npont the G^arbtt case tre e trial package, also free sample Ion," was the condent reply. 'Sares Isobel Baring thate dli not scruple
to sustaln their own. More than of the Foot-Ease Sanitary Corn-pad,& I y that their is a reasonable chance to put before the needy gowernes?
*$)0*.** the money claimed by a new Invention, address. Allen 8. of occasional brief spells of fine weath- Surely that was Impossible.. There
the mdll men is thus to be kept by Olmsted, Leroy, N. T. 6 er at this period of the year. At any4 were limits even to his audacity-
the big railway lines. -- -- rate. tie gale may not be absolutely "Well. bow is my chief hydrogra-
The master's decision will go be- TRIBUTE TO SENATORS continuous, and Walker 4k asmured that pher progrIesslng"
fore Judge Speer for his approvaIlor MALLOR, AND BRYAN he can pat.b up the engines for half Courtenay's cheery voice balshted
reection.- Should the finding be ap- speed. Given a calm day-a day lke', the unwelcome specter of Vesta .
proved .the last of the Tift case will Tallahassee. May 15.-A joint me- thi. for instance--we can reached the lsie st ome ted.
e heard il coe uence. 'mnt Msrve i memory of t e h a strait in a few hours." "i do believe you were day dream.
"n cn o A.ns TtE Il RYAL ABPH Mallory and William J. Bryan, wa e ians? lug." sa.d the ..ptaln. with a srpib.
v.IE. O "H y I. h participated in yesterday by the legis- eave them out of my reckoning. dmile. A penny for your toghVt.'
SJakd ovtlle, lr _. May iS .---The nature. Some very impressialve and What else can I do?' "I don't think you can pay me." she
sraster of od oylh Arec t hef eloquent speeches were made. paying "Ki 'em." said Tonllemache. retorted, hoping to cover her contumiot .
... ..?'w"? 2 trib' te to the lives of the two m" n Courtenay glanced sharply at his fel- *"Wont you accept Chilean enrren
eiuh ^ '. cr-adhg h p.. ..... whoe' deaths followed so close upon low countryman. He disliked these cyr
Mdoerpo i-c.h other. references to the Alaculof bogy in "Not eo the high seas."
T. Plcto Wariow, deputy grand IF YOU KNEW ]e' spice "hat yoo are onB dry land. lieSe
highly liet, f Osdtao. "We have dynamite aboard," said make a dot on your map at 61 degrees
Frank B. MRmaan. .rand lag, The merits of the Texas Wonder, yout Tollemache. "Why not construct a H mlBute9 seconds south and 74 de-
of Miain. would never suffer from kidney, blad- CO'Die of atrBi --"S = .: greens 0 minBltes 3 seeonda west. That
Robert MeClteand, grand scribe, der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two -- t the prent poto of te hip Le
i On l ^*itia month'. treatment. Sold by druggists the present politob of the ship.
M!arcus o-land treasurr, ot or by maiL Bend for testimonlaln. Dr A We 3.1 m~I. A-ma me pin this c'ompss card on the .e;
JMaS f U E. W. Halt, 296 Alive Street, St. s tWte. se the pallel ruler. r&",g
W, P. -Wester, grand yLra UIs. oo.lhe glycerlne emp&eyed in Dr. PIerea'l eseh tneh as a mile. and I'll do the rest,
of .emDs rad e r Iaes y a he m'd e by guesswork."
II 3 b-er grand chap- DISHONEST BANKER CONVICTED Courteay took his noculars d
= ____medcinl rotsans hods n slutos ent on t then brtshe He gcalled out

lal o, of
Th re ottve offers, who will
aVe 1iaW the omaing year. dre:
SCriS S Botacker. prand cap-
f~taL the hoat. Pensacola.
- Barry .. Sweeting. grand prian-
eti eojotrber. Tallahasmee.
imemt i. Krantz. sand master
third vil Tampa.
Wlliam G. Tllgham. grand mas-
ter seodT veil, Palatka.
J. B. Young, grand master frstr
veL lnverness.
John W. Capper, grand guard.

Loalevidle. Ky., lay I&.-Amoet
usamlausn sentimet to reject the
offer of Carasle l oadatlna Fuad.
providing money to seetarla.
Schools that whll drop their secta-
riaima, was the spirit at a banquet
of the Southern Baptist Education
Solety teI connection with the
Southern maptist Convention. The
malt prolteat eduaetors of the
fttth wI*e prleaI t at the banquet
> wteh wai hel at the Galt House.
GanW i m IU&ZAVK

BAltimore Md.. May IL.-Cw-

New Orleans May 15.-William Ad-t
ler. former president of the defunct
eState National Bank of this city, will
likely spend a long term in federal
prisons. His trLil ended yesterday
when he was found guilty of misap-
plying the funds of the Institution of
which he waw the head. Sentence was

Wm. Upehurch. of Glen Oak, Okla.,
was an exile from home MoUntain
air, he thought, would cure a frightful
.ung racking cough that had defied all
remedies flr two years. After six
'months he returned death do#-ging his
steps. "Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery." he writes.
"and after tatting six bottles I am i
well as ever." It saves thousands
yearly from desperate lung jdiseases.-
Infallible for coughs and colds. It dis-
pels hoarseness and sore threat.
Cures grip. bronchitis, hemorrhages,.
asthma, croup, whooping cough. 50c
and S1. trial bottles free. guaranteed
b.: all dauggists.
Acapulco. Mexh'o. May 15.-The
town of Mazatlan has been almost to-
taly destroyed by fire and the natives
I rv o- -

mach better than alcohol would. It also
poess medicinal properties of Its own,
being a valuable demulcent, nutritive,
antiseptic and antifrment, It adds
greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry
bark, Bloodroot, Gol4m Seal root, Stans
root and Qaeen's root, contained in
"Goldem Medical Discovery Ina Uduine
chronle, or Ungerlng oughsbronchial.
Throat and lung affections, for al of which
these agMta are recommended by stand-
sad medical authorities.
In all cases where there is a wastig
awayof e kb, loss of appetite, with weak
as a the early stas of eoa.
SOm wecan be de abt that ily-
ac as a viable ntUit4ve and
said Black Cherrybark ia
sti&oWnad balding ap the
ctroUling the cough
sad a t healthy condt
-Of coar e, it must
not be wowCrkmlracles. Itwie l
not cure -ptkm except la taeartlet'

evaibeA wa caa~i~ni by .meediftg n
#GNP, that t k" $pdkudfts mast
marvelos CUM
FiL atFl y.ED.atue

hl,dog in wlutkim It -b oue at Ube bto

the apparent distance of eaeb land-'
mark he could distinguish. described
It and gave its tree bearing. In the t
result Elsie founah she had prepared *,
clear and fairly accurate chart of the
bay and its headlands, while the p1-v
sitlon of the distant range of Irtoure.
talna was marked with.tolerabhe prey-
Sa. But Courteay was far frwM
being satlfled. Z
"If I had a base I1e or even a freeb
set -of points taken higher up the Inlet
I could Improve am my part of the aur-
vey." he sald. "Yours is admirable,.
Miss Maxwell. Of corse I know you
are an artist, but mapping is a thing
apart. That b flrt rate."
"Perapse you may be able to secure
fresh date when the KasUsm pts to
sea again." said ChristobaL
. "If I am conning the wheel I must
leave the ehartmaklag entirely to my
assistant." replied the captaIn lightly.
"But 1 do mean to peep a lUttle farther
Into our estuary. Before the. ip
salls I may have another pare hour to
devote to it." .,
"In what wayr aMod Ehe.
-By utilising the canoe. A &Me or
so higher up the channel t should be
clear of the bluff which hidme Ottr
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Editors and aMhimrs, f1W .......h..wmb.

C. 1.. TTIN e Ufter a. Marano arane7 'a er--
R. P. CARMOLL. Suelmese =$* :r p. pm- a Poeeram

The Ocala High School ga t Ie
had their social InnIngs last a" hat .4 at" ew w ga t
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Lb Bit,* Ao te or
tinger. It was as Informal, free ad parted brthe aI *ecrelary; Dr. .L
unrestrained as I.; characteristiUe e D. Gpl0 Ur. Sr beg hea PWW at
the disposition '. yog people wI1 T.PP. t hh. erisi la me tdfollow.
see the beginning of the end of ti g pran will be rendered:
public school career. sg2 2 /2
They were met at tie door by Mis pray,
Adele BittUnger and her parents, Mr. pog 7.
and Mrs. C. U Bittinger. Punch was eptare, John 14 chapter.
served and as soon as the claw antd At L ,**Whea Peace Like a Rivet
their teachers were seated the igm Atteadeth my Way." -
of dominoes was entered Into and a Dr. Geiger as a a ad frt ed, by
spirited contest followed, at which Jdgse BunolL"
Miss Sarah McCreery won frst hen Dr. Geger as a pastor, by Mr. baac
ors and Mr. Robert L. Anderson, Jr., ften
came out second best. ReadiM "The Departed"- Ms Pe P-
Then came geographical quetcUas, .
which entertained, amused and In- C h on Dr. Gel". by Miss
structed. following which came the ovem^
astrologist In the person of Mrs. Jake Oak -we to Paee"--Pank Gatea
Brown, whose zodiacal readings eaus- Colectiom.
ed the rosy cheeks of the fair mildeas Song, 1961 /
to blanch and the nerves of the young ..Cie.
co-eds. to weaken. It caused great v. A. L Pristoc will preach at the
amusement and some consternatio morning service.
among the timid and youthful sWper-
stitlous to learn how the prophet
knew so much and even more about
them than they did themselves. W. L., Coleman, Minister.
Refreshments followed, consisting ol 10 a. L- Sunday school.
salads, mints, cream and cake. The 4 p. m.-Junlor 2'. 3.
international educational committee It a. m.-Sermon, "Object of Pel-
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bittin- lowhip."
ger, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown and 7: : -oermga, "Oass and
Miss Sadie Crow. appeared In acad- CaMinOs- Text, Mat I2:24.
emic gowns and Mrs. Blttinger the erybody welcom.a,
chairman of this Important board, JniM C. ,
complimented the graduates on the a-
spicuous and happy occasion anI as Topic, "Puttina Off. the Great De-
a mark of worth proceeded to cda fer CIl01.
on each and every one present ana so&
emeritus diploma, which told of the orrspaer In concert.
blushing honors that adorned their Bible lesson, Acts 24:26--Car, Cole-
young brains -and the greater hbo mioran .
In store. She began with ProfL Work- MAlstory, "Margaret's Mistake
man. who was to take passage June a 1 Weona Wetherbee.
for Lelpsic,. jhere at its famous un- Iew discuion of Mleson.
versity he 'wa to lecture on our pub- Pacts from tIe of Paul by the mem-
lic school system and himself take bes-.
lessons in smoking the German schol- os .
astic pipe. Miss McCreery was to Circle sentence rayera.
proceed to Paris and study the "Pe Oar s *a of pears, Bible vemes
stlons" system of teaching, scoom beginning with 8.
paneled by the young ladles of her Miselon study. '"Jamalc"-LotA
class, after which she would proceed D *1-.
to Vesuvius and institute proceedig Review of Bible. .
to cause the crater to cease mokh 8 2w
Miss Lucy Halley was comen somae Miphsb.
to preside over the old aoldler, hboa
,or the orphans' asylum. Having the UM i *
choice, she chose the former. Walter H. Barnett, aor
Liddell was commissioned to jota Bs. s hin .._ 3a.- 4 .
"Teddy" in the wilds of darkest Africa, S-'~ "shoo-" :- 1 a. -n -
bt ome an expert I nornothology and 1:_s o._ p. .
zoology and i lh h s trophies return 13Iter .Leacu-4p. .
In time to ma a t- ezxulblt of same at- S o L p. a.
In time to n *City abit r.G sary B t- An urgent lavitatfon is extended to
the Marion County r dir. Garr Bed k a who i to n .ite wth these
was authored to hang out the "Roed r l ..
Flag" and take up the auction b e T Pialmist said: "I was glad -I -
ness and report his labors to the com- The.Psalmistsa ae :I as g- ladV i'
mission. Marion Pelot was delegated thee a the o e, leot us mo Into the
to become the understudy of Mr. A. fouWs. p thp e ArvW Le t us make to"
Rawls and teach etiquette to state lght and et er l tet ob Ghoua
convicts and having a penchant for lht n n
toothology. was further directed to worsp-him with gladew .
pass down the shores of the Okla-
waha river and remove from the jaws et
of the fierce alligators their molars, so eetsoat I ~ed Bu. Sbjectl "-Con-
that -he lives of the Inhabitants along .a& -. . a.t. o .
its banks would be conserved and the u rGve Me th i -t.

petuated and the oruel han the Blackbar "." eat" talk.
bloodthirsty legislature. e staye. Phit i on the prodigal son.
Robinson was promoted to admiral of Bo.-- Ible Ist orn p omey
the Silver Spring navy a othered to Bible lor for a new oer.
proceed pot haste to Palat Inter- Bible b ow to ai nd Jea .
Cept the formidable hyacinth fleet and l J.t s h .
do it as Admiral Dewey did the 1n- Span o -, tha sIAm.
tsh fleet at Mantla. Miss Luilde Moore, Hisorr of the hymn.
the prima donna of te class, was to pel ong, C o Come to M.
proceedd to Milan to ikhbt her voice Roll eall. Annnc, eme ts.
in Wagnerian opera at the Lo pScola og. "I am on the Lo I d
Miss Maggie Lytle, the poet laureate B4ge"1amon t
of the class, after touring the conUt
rent, would return to accept the chair VARI MTOgi
of versification at the University of Tueeda
stanton. endowed by Ocala's public olas pliters only 10 cents. Look
spirited citizen, Z. C. Chamblima. thel window.
Robert Lb Anderson, Jr., whoes bent of at r o.
:n;, was to proceed to Nicarauga and
1'y study and presentation of ladle-
putable facts, by comparison with the C

Panama route, put to blush Teddy's I a- f
assumption and while there be the
chief action in one of the meet thrill. -I I TI I A *
ing and blood curdling acts ever heard .--r
of in a head-on collision with his B0 n "'
auto, with the comet Halley; date C f
October 10. 1910. Miss- Adele Bitt b-
ger was to serve an apprenticeship
under Holmes Walters in concocting This wonderful season of growth
summer drinks and lee cream and and, tfne looking crop has been the
with Dempsey Mayo in the fitting of woder of a decade. But whey then
feminine footwear and then proceed to should It cause us to express surprise
Mars in scientific research bent and when we know 6otslture is necessary
at the same time keeping her weather to produce crop. and thi. iss what we
eye open for her affinity In the man had ths season and lacked It at the
the moon.I proper time for a decade gone. Its not
Space Will not permit the reporter a thing ) aw bder at. The conditions
to indicate the expression of Wounte- tell the story. The common zepres-
nance with which each diplomat re- slon from ever~aody Isa, haven't known
ceived the sentiments, for that-Is allsuch a eason In ten or twenty years,
this write-up Indicates his or her dl- depending on the exparesion of vision
ploma of commission. It was aTed of the speaker. Funny, isn't it. peo-
and In it was the unique and spce o pie forget so soon and see so little te
the conviction. But it was great and a purpose
worthy the study of a bora sycologist.
Last but not least came Miss Helen AT THE VARIETY STORE ,
Brown, who th ough courtesy was Monday amd Tuesday
mentioned in the ranks, but bidden to Glass pitchers oily 10 cents. Look
tarry another year at the fountain of at thelt window.
knowledge, when she wou4d mount _
full fledged into intellectual splendor,
a bright and shining light of the llth

In a word the color scxbme was ev- RLL I I i
erywhere in evidence In the decora-
tions, dress and edibles. The score w.o
cards were things of artistic beauty,
decorated with the elass Gower the
Mareechal Nell rose by the talented eUce spark phlgs produce a
young artist. Miss ly CL apbe l Ad m ren s=e spark than any other
greatly admired as a think of beauty. pha rTak, esss atterr power than
The occasion was a de ghtl e aay 6er pag. Are abseolhtely soot
and the sweet hours of soelal pleas-re tely agaftt
were drawn out until llong after the ..ron ..taf. rt s- A mea...e dfo


a rs-n b-oet n Wamhlm
Wa l k"aW statesman deemed .ttta
e wea useon that was the wton
der of the am both In tb number of
Its m-ners aosd the ament atof good
It had doe In reform eold standing
evils aad that, te, almost without
money, was the Wam@Ws Christian
Tafmtp1rm Untaem." aad the festival
last alt roee that the Ocala Ualeo
is oat one ift behind their society of
other pbnes tin ttng the maxims
am-at of go4 at a mmw im amount
of cost.
In the st place Mr. R. L. Ander-
mas very generously donated the use
of the wcant Boston Store aIn which
to bold the festival. Then when the
ladles weet to look over the ground.
they fund there was no provisloB for
lighting the same, all lights havi""
been diPcoem cted Mr. C. W. Hunter.
superIntoeint of the gas work, wa
called e All of his men being busy
Be took off his coat and spent the
greater part of the afternoon connect-
ing pipes. putting In lamps, new man-
te,.. etc., all of which, together with
the gas used for the occasion was a
free will offering to the ease and the
ladies representing 'tt, and the beauty
of the light at night called forth
many compllmects both for the qual-
Ity of the gas used and the skill of the
Mr. Asher. Prank kindly gave the
use of the benches or seats, which he
had made for the good of the publfe.
while Smith & Roberts loaned tables
and more seats and McIver & Mac-
Kay varlo s articles of crockery. Then
came the Irreptesible A. B. Now ev-
erybody in Ocala knows that when
we mention the "Iriepressible" It
means "the only genuine and original"
Allen Bridges. for when some one was
needed to put up the framework for
the decoration, -to furnish a team to
haul up seats, tordrive nails, turn the
freezers, etc., the said A. B8. was right
there. The only drawback to hlte lg-
ft romance was when he put his 106
pounds of beef on the handle of the
freezer the centrifcal force of the
mechanism was so great that there
was danger of its flying to pieces, In
fact. at one time but for the timely
rival of Mr. T. M. Moore who, It *E
i id. bad to sit on the freezer, It would
have landed on the courthouse steps.
Mrs. T. M. Moore was the master
mechanic In concocting the lee cream
and If there Is anyone in these United
States who thinks they can get up a
superior article, we simply say we
can't believe It possible and the only
way we can be convinced is by the
said party furnishing the scribe with
a liberal sample of their art.
The home-made candy department
was under the general] supervision of
Mrs 4. W. Bridges. and the skill and
graes displayed tl the manufacture of
the same. In the tasteful decorations
of the counter from which It was sold
and In the selection of the galaxy of
beauty which presided-over that coun-
ter. she certainly proved herself a
worthy and lovely helpmeet to the
aforementioned' Irrepressible A. B.
We have read somewhere about the
"nectar of the gods"-and it would
certainly appear as If they must have
handed down their recipe to Mrs. W.
W. Clyatt and that she had Improved
on it, for the article she made and
which was dispensed by Mrs. Geo. W.
Martin was far away and beyond any-
thing ever found In he said god's cook
Mrs. S. R. Pyles. with the generosity
for which she Is proverbial. donated
the whipped cream for the strawber-
ries. This department was In charge
of Mrs. 8. A. Standley, whIch leaves
nothing to be said about the way this
table wasmanaged. Among the young
ladles whom we noticed acting as
waiters to serve the cream, etc, were
Misses Gladys Martin, Apnie Pearl
LJddon, Ruth and Mary Irvin and
Tommie Mtandley, while during the
rush hour the services of Master
Cranford Ltddon and George Alken
were called Into requisition.
At the candy table we noted Misses
Clara Johnson. Louise Nixson, Grace
Detterich. Rhoda Lddon. Luclle Stand-
ley and Jeuellu Martin. It Is little
wonder that when the young men lined
up before such a galaxy of blonde and
brune'te beauty they simply fell down
and with no eyes for the wares on
*ale, Just handed the young ladies
their purses and told them to help
Among those we notices doing their
best to make the affair a success was
Miss Pauline Htnton. from beyond the

Oklawaha, Mrs. Baxter Cam. Mrs. J
W. Alken, Mrs. George Feltham. Mrs.
W. D. Graham and others, the whole
being under the general management
of the president of the union, M.s. H.
C. Packham. who deserves great credit
not only for the work done, but for
the good judgment displayed in the
selection of her corps of helpers, for
from the opening until the last light
was put out everything worked in uni-
son and harmony without a halt or
friction In any direction. She wishes to
extend the thanks of the union to ev-
erybody who so kindly -contributed to
the success of the occasion, and to the
public who ',o generoely responded to
their' Invitation, and to the Star and
Banner for the kind notices given be
fore the festival.
We understand that the ladies sold
out nearly all their stock, and sold it
at prices even lower than could be had
at the most liberal stores in the city
and that the bank account of the union
will be considerably lengthened there-

Monday and Tuesday
Glass pitchers only 10 cents. Look
at their window.

add are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises, bumps, burns orI
scalds. Don't neglect such things--
they may result seriously If you do.
Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment ac-
cording to directions right away and
It will relieve the pain ar4 heal the
trouble. Price 2c, K ee, and $1 at the

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Monday and Tuesday
Glass pihers only 10 tents. L
at their window.

To be Spent oa ailway I spmwe

Cleveland, I hlo, May 1.--That
more than $11,00,000 is to be
spent on improvements by the New
York Central sad Lake Shore Rail-
ways became known here yesterday.
General Manager D. C. Moon, of the
Lake Shore, announced that the
Lake Shore wquld spend at once
$6,000,000 on trackage additions
between Chicago and Buffo and
on new equipment.
if headache, as wen as oMGer women.
but all get quick relief and prompt
cure from Dr. King's New Life PillU
the world's beet remedy for sick and
nervous headache. They make pure
blood, aad strong serves and build up
your health. Try them. 2fe at all

Body r the NMoed Mrderer Said to
Have uem MdW 'I
Chicago, May 16.-The moat re-
markable theory that the police
of this city have been called upon
to Investigate in connection with the
Identification of the mysterious
"Mrs. C. A. Lewis," whose body
was found in the Lincoln Park La-
goon two weeks ago, was nl a letter
received by Coroner Hofman. The
writer, whose name is kept secret
by the officials. declares that Mrs.
Lewis was Mrs. Belle guanem, of
Laporte, Ind.. of "Murder Parm"
fape, who was supposed to have
perished in the fire that destroyed
her home.
Hoarseness. bronchitis and other
throat trouble are quickly cured by
Fbleys Honey and Tar as it soothes
and heals the inflamed throat and
bronchial tubes and the most obalnate
cough disappears. Insist upoRn having
the genuine Pls Honey aud Tar.
Sold by all druggsts.

Berlin, May it.-The Wright
Flying Machine Company, limited,
ha organlsed here with a capital
stock of $125,000. It will car.str.t
and operate aeroplanes oa the
Wright systm.

torrifld hs wgranemoner., rs. Maria


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Doors, Paints,

Sash, fs ,.*:^

Blindsa Valabheta- ,

Saw Mi, Phosphate ad I

Gs, "Ic , I A-,. i" .41*14

State agents for and

and Gwie"e E-'ngines otmfIw t-

Company. -.

American and


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Monday and Tuewday
Glass pitchers only 1i cGts. Lookm
at their window.

San Juan, Ottoo Roco, May. 15- --
(aly exoerpe from Phdrd t Taft's
memage oa Porto *Reb hav been
receive d here. Thee have ca-ed
excited comment, mostly oft ap a-
favorable nature. Loula RI. j ab


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To the People of 'O k ad -am

suit of othBes may IRally be extmvjli

or $20 or $25.

The $12 or S12 m Uask maya

20 may be worth mor than the ae. "1b I-i

important. The $10 suit maybe worth $10 in a qI

then an extrmagance; for many m. oglT t -r ii ` l w

ouese the clothes are not worth what they pd for i4

* worth enough. .

We want to Pee you in H AMr* c-f
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can sell you lower priced clothes if you say so; w.0 t we

just lower priced. But when we advise you toAy a 1

really giving you our best judgment as ...t:B+tf:y+:+

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The above represents the pric
over offered in Ocale, or nyw bea el
on Magnolia street, facing Camalehae
% ith three large stores on place, and H
The place is now bringing $15 a einth
mn.iat to bring $22.50, or will M US
down and $100 every three mathe wit
Tih, above at price named is the bi
to buy a building that will double in v
and you will re6elve back one-third of
fore- you have paid the entire priancpal.
A't immediately and call on me f

Marion Real



The. quality you want, and that's
alw.y); dependable. brings good re-
suilts. A business is often Judged
hy its stationery-if we've supplied
yours there'll be u'o cause for un-
"asiiness over the verdict. The
pocket book argument of our sup-
pilies is as unanswerable as their
quality is unassailable.

The A. C'. L Railway beginning
M.ondiay. will shorten Its schedule on
its morning train from Ocala to Jack-
sonville. The train win leave 'at the
same hour. 6 a. m.. but wtil arrive ln
Jackso.nville at 10:60 and returning.
leave J:acksonville at 4:15 p. an. and
rtiach ()cala at 9:10. givintag persons
five hours and 25 minutes tn Jacksmn-


Iost. on the southbound 8. A. L.
traiii yesterday a light tan suitcase.
with tag bearing name and address of
W. ('. Turner. Jacksonville. Finder
will 1t) liberally rewarded for Its re-
turn to the Star office. 5-14-6t
W1ashington. May 15.-WPar totlght
and Sunday.

LOST-A pair of gold rimmed eye
glasses. Lost Monday on South See-
>nt street between Mr. Chasais new
building and A. C. L. rllroad. PFder
will be suitably rewarded. Leave at
Star office. 5-12-4t /
I receive every day fro Crystal
, River choice oysters, both Inside and
Gulf oysters, salt and freth water Bbs
and mullet I can give yn the best
In fish any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone 219 city market;
second stall on the lest. 12eS-tf

I have thirty acres fine melons. Will
be ready to load by the 1st of JuAn
I want f. o. b. buyers.
8. Ht. Cauthen.
Candler. Fla., May 10, 199.
Offers its services and superior W0k-
manship in the art of painting ou*l-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced its specialty of painting a .-
tomobiles. A sample oa our work,-can
he seen on the decorate of Mr. .D. W.
Davis' auto. Give. us a iaL

Captain E. F. Haskell C etidale
had an .wn.,4lr.n sdi' itr hn i &a m*

L. at P. Met Minday evening.

Odd rellows meet Tuesday night.
tbd 1 or the best paying proposition
a e, wch Is tllows: l pre lot tall asles meet w ednesd, evening.
I Woas stare, In the Portt ward, REXALL *
emdugh tobuildrthwmee houtrses.
, m t by spending S te pam meaa be 5 or dams wU1 cre uany eat
18 per cent. vrestmet. Terms. S5W o C d w Price
th 3 per cent. ifteet. During his aunt's visit in Oklaho-
>st value ina Oeat today. It offers you ma, Mr. Alfred Beck will take his
ralue by the timt you have paid. for It, meals at the Metropole.
f actual amome Inested, for rents, be-
Mrm. I. H. Barnett returned this af-
S. ternoon from a visit to Ft. Myers and
for other Information, her son at Arcadia.

Mrs. C. EL Wight who spent several
days in Jacksonville pleasantly with
friends, has returned.

ty Cornmp y o REXALL
tine candles, tresh stock SBehles-
-A. PAN K, Manaer. singer's best, in pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
OF THE CITY. stand.
LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS The members of the Woman's Club
-had a most enjoyable picnic on the
golf links yesterday. A full report of
THEIY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES it will appear in Monday's paper.
Grover MeClure in the employ of the
and ta as sweet. That's why Schles. Martel Lumber Co.. was a visitor in
the city yesterday, calling on his
singer's and Lowney's Candles In half mother and sterday. calling nhs
and pDond boxes are so popular. Pure
and te a ore o p Pa We 'have a most exquisite line of
confections these; flavordeUlcious. Out ey imported ebina In many dif-"
confectloney is free from adultera- forest pleges. The Anti-Monopolyl
tion. It is wholesome and healthful
Every kind of confectionery here. Joe Alken has become' the grower
Fruits, C around. He has wagon loads of them
papers. and has Been supplying our merchants
with same.
AT BALLARDA. M. Douglass. of Shady has on
display at the Commercial Bank a
,very fine exhibit of tomatoes. One
measures 12 inches around and the
skin In P soft as velvet.

There will be three reels of, fine pie-
lures at the Air Dome tonight, beju-
tifol music and good weather. You
will miss an enjoyable hour if you do
StLL AoS not go.

The hotels are filling up with the
commisainn men. There are at least
a a score of the genial boys operating in
and around Ocala and the number will
iA lW be twice that large In the course of
another week.

Mr. P. B. Bowle. the foreman of the
Star's job department, has been con-
S* fined to his bed at the LeSeuer House
for the past three days. We hope he
will soon be out and at his post again.




p- ar- ., Amem o n1m I

P let"

I have ned a store between the
laundry and market, were I will buy
and senl at-hinds of "Jtunk" such as
old metal, onme. hides, begging, tal-
low. barely rubber, etc, etc. I will
also buy and sell second-hand turr
nature and repair furniture, stoves.
"etc. An experienced man with all
tools and facilitle, for ding repair
work will be In charge of the repair
deartm t, and-atsfation is guar- me If you lave amythng
to .aell or repair. a. 3. Decker.,
8-lI-6tf Phone 241.

I have just received a new supply
't electric fixtures. Among them are
some handsome- bracket flxturee ai
Tungatem Axtures. Inverted or turnd
down. ,. W. Tucker.

Judge Joseph BelL Misses Carrie
Wil'l'amF and Pauline Sullivan -nd
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dixon returned to-
[day from Eastlake, where they were
guests of Misses MIzon and McGuire
at a delightful howhparty.

Mr. Ernest Payne has accepted a
position as stenographer and assist-
ant bookkeeper for Mr. Jake Brown's
wholesale grocery house. Mr. Payne
has been with the H. B. Masters Co.
for the past year.

Wednesday evening at their Okla-
waha avenue home Dr. and Mrs. L. F.
Blalock entertained at dinner. The
guests included Mrs. G. W. Richard-
Pon, of Atlanta, mother of the hostess,
Miss Mary Bull, Miss Louise Nixon.
Miss Mary Aflieck, Mr.\ C. R.'Kreger
and Mr. W. V. Wheeler.

Thursday wtlle Mrs. W. P. EdeWa-.s
was lunching out some one entered
her home, and stole her gold watch ard
two rings. Mrs. Edwards had nre-
vio.sly discharged a colored boy and
at once ee suspected him of the theft
This moruJng the boy was found an)
when Sheriff Galloway arrested him
the watch was In his possession. Na
dodbt the rings will be recovered.

Mr. C. P. Moore ana family from
Philadelphia, will arrive In Ocala on
June 1st. to make their home In this
city.' Mr. Moore is an experienced
lumber and builder's supply man and
will have a position in Mr. M. J.
Roem n fice

One oat the greatest oeveenecees Mr. N. W. Harrison. after spending
about the bouse Is nue ot those Amer- several months in Ocala looking after
lean, ElseWCc Smuothing Iran. Heat- his property irntrests, l ft yesterday
ed in a am te., an even temperature, for Augusta, Ga. He will go from
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife, there to Kingston* N. Y.. his home,
mother or sister one of them. Two and later to the Alaska-Yukon Expo-
S and prices. Ask H. W. Tacker sition at Seattle.
to sb them
Messrs. D. E. Mclver and E. C.
If' you desire a- elu complexion Omith. delegates to the State Under-
take Fbley's Orino Laxative tor con- takers Association from Ocala, re-
stipjto and liver troubles as it will turned home last night from Jackson-
stimulate these orglas a"d thorough- vile. Mr. Smith was named as one of
ly cleanse your system, which Is what the delegates-to the national aseocla-
everyone needs la the spring In order tion
to feel welL Sold by all druggists.
Mr. Rollie Keating is in Jackson-
R. C. Davis & Co,. of Jacksonville, vlle. where he joined his mother and
"will sell any spake o~ second-hand sistaters and together they will proceed
typewriter upon easy terms if desired, to IIendersonville, N. C.. to spend the
summer. Mr. Keating will spend a
short time with them. visit Cincin-
I natt. Ohio, on business and return
home in a week or ten days.

A large quantity of local matter ad
to be left out today beCause it wasn't
sent In in time. The foreman told the
linotype operator that he thought all
the reporters, from the editor in chief
down, thought they were working on
either a morning paper or an agri-
A cultural weekly, and what the lino-
type operator told the foreman
wouldn't do to print.

6 Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
S cure chills and fever, 25 cents.

takte' .a. atf "S r ....

...-- eat et ty ay-
J. W. Am hod =60C so is 0"We
Co Npa y has ha els
,, stpptes m bnd wriV airen,

Ing Friday a 11 -r (er 0" saw

program la whict kal the ap 16li1
AT. THE VARIETY STORE did themselves credit. At the e Mt
M0 day and "Tweeday of the pupilseea" h t tm
made short and appreeat*s Jagecb
Glass pitchers only 10 eents. Look mT en sho etect t of a 0e tbm
at their window. ensuing year took plare,. 4-htw-
nsg were alctok: PeRO&"h, ftw-
SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS lagppwlere: Viected: Prs enat, ftlg
Fenrgusona; secretary, Mism Blela ef
Those wishing extra early break- son o sergeata-t-arm'., Mil
fasts can get same at the Elk Cate, as and Robert Polly. Wiam Cr
.'rly as 4:30 If they desire.
S- -- -- tors attended the exerelaes, whlet ae
always beneficial and entertaintaaing.

A well attended meeting ot rpt,
King camp was held at magewsqaII
M v n Mt evIealP.The regular business
M ovin Pu was attended to In good shape and the
affairs of the camp reported % prw-'
and M usic pwrous condition. Mesm-s.A 1. Staley
and J. C. Smith were admitted to
membership. Mr. taley was formtly,
Thea Best of Entersalmmet FPumtih a member. and had to only renew his
ed by Home People obligations, but Mr. Smith iode their
-- goat from Dan to Beeraheba end
NW PWCTURES EVERT DAY found Capricorn a strenuous animal.r
He is at his post in Burnett's stere:
Doors Open at 7:aP p. a. today, however, none the worse for his'
experience.' and much the better for
Music by the Orchestra Between Ats the consciousne ssof kietr.i to oae
of the best fraternal orders In theta
Admission o a"d 5 Cetst country.
The next meeting of the camp will
Program for this lvemAig, be held'Friday evening. June 11.
THE IJD'S BiFAKFAST Monday ad Tuesday
A YOUTHFUL BENEFACTOR Glass pitchers only 10 cents. Look
I at their window. .
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark and
A MOT RN OT little sbo will leave Ocals on the early
mbrnlng train Monday for their ture
*W. TllfHFM fll la- Yhome In Mrx11. Texas, where they
L will pay a visit to Mrs. Cars par-
.. ... cents. Mr. and MUpa W. *E. Benaer, at
her ghirood h6me, before starting
HOUSES FOR RENT to keep house. Mr. Clark will emge
business, probably In the groaery
Modern cottages, all conveniences, business, with which he Is"' mlflar.
well located and new. Apply to Joe- Ocala will regret to tose this estlmaMe;
ephkBell, at court house. family. Mrs. Clatk hcs been with as!
for the past three or four years, sin"e
REXALL her marriage, and Mr. Clark for aheut
seven years. Both In a business asnd
Spalding's Baseball Guide for 109 social way the public can say caught;
just In at the Ocala .News Co. but good of Mr. Clark, and wherever
he goes he will have the good wishes
ILLUSTRATE YOUR ADS. of this entire community. Mr. andi
The Star can supply Its patrons and Mi. Clark have a host W snIeere
the general publ4l with ve, original friends here who 'will regret to loave
and up-to-date advertising cuts and them leavri 't
Illustrations. We have the mats and
can make the electrotypes in out ster- THE MACHINERY HAS' ARRIVED;
0typlng department oh very short no- -
tice of almost any kind < an llias- The machinery has arrivedd to
tration you may desire to Illustrate Florida Packaing & lee Comrn4 ad
your advertisements or bams bills. r will be unloade~4 the first ot the week.
stationery, etc. .Callnat the otfce asd' The boiler was fired up today aad
see proofsheets of the cuts. New ones zteam made with which to pigap t
received twice a week. tanks full of water so "they weold
well up. Mr. Thomas, the ofiee man.
HOME FOR RENT ager, hopes to be supplylag tee by
'Home on Oklawha avenue known June 1st. Mr. IL. E. ggleetrom will
as the Spellman House, for rent. Ap- an- here man a ty t twoom A.uanta.
ply to A. G. Gates. 4-14-tf and remam until,.the platt Is runag.
Plank's ChI Tonic, guaranteed to TWO-TABLE CARD PARTY

cure chills and fever, 25 cents.

Ten years expe Tence. References,
any musid .teacher In Ocala. any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
228s. A. Mt. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf

is soon turned to a saa one tf he has
to walk the flor every night with a
crying baby. MeGee's Baby Elixir
will make the child well-soothe Its
nerve, Induce healthy, normal slum-
ber. Best for disordered bowels and
sour stomach. All teething babies need
it Pleasant, to take, sure, and safe,
contains no harmful drugs. Price 26
and 50 cents ner bottle at the Anti-
*Monopoly Drugstore.

We have a large sppy of fire woo4
both pine and oak. fireplace and store
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
delivered, cash. Call at factory or
'PHONE 170-Gee. GILES & CO.

Everybody Is likely to have kidney
and bhsdder trouble. In fact nearly
everyb-dy-has some trouble of this
kind. That Is the reason why you so
often have pains in the back and
groin, scalding sensation, urinary dis-
orders, etc.--that's your kidneys. The
best thing to do Is to get some of De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills right
away. Take them for a few days or
a week or so and kou will feel all
right. In this way, too, you will ward
off dangerous and possibly serious
ailments. They are perfectly harm-
less, and are not only antiseptic, but
allay pain hulckly by their healing
properties. Send your name to E. C.
DeWitt & Co. Chicago, for a free
triple box. They are sold here by all


I Last evening at the cosy home on
Summerfield avenue of Mr. and Mra-'.
Jake Gerig, Mrs. Arthur Hazker,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brpm n a jd Mr.
Lou Green enjoyed a delightful lttle
whist party.
The score cards were dainty little
summer pictures and .while playleg
leed grapejuice was passed. the games
I were lively and interesting and whn,
comparing sores it was found the
I I-'ghest was made by Mr. Green. e-:
I ilcious lee cream'and lovely cake were
j served by the hostems. This small In-
- formal party was a lovely compliment!
to Mrs. Hardaker.

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Mr. E. L. Carney reports that the: L i ,m .
collections of taxes for April of this t .he- i- ,.,
year were far ahead of April of last- ".T I f -.
year. The advertised or delinquent tax i-No; sh.e saM id a A *
list this year. as published In the Ban'- t y.- .,
ner. is the smallest published in the -"WeL that M the
county for over 20 years. This speaks eerka ner to t I*
well for the generA econditlor of the 'i
county. 'h Seed- -.

Monday and Tusday et y sr. W&h' n TMgs
Glass pitchers only 1I cents. Look teae saog andasd s siW 'r
at their window. laimed that it wvs h l Uk

t We awre aet *saoekiw .
$1745. Ashev lle, N.. and temtS '1 *e y ae ,t *
account National a ssmodatlon T. her any '
P. A. of America. Tickets on sale __ | h g ls
May 28,. 29 and 39. Mi
30 days from but not Icluiding
date of'sale.
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Account annual amrso asA t Mati
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An Imense sleek d Rdelut Walul ow a Cartk
and Carriages carried a d esma.
Earmess, Saddes, Lap bes. Whpi m anB Memn
carrld by a first-clas hmse IM i ble. IoMlW n qua-
fltes frm the factories, and always I slN k at Ie very
lowest prices.
We can save vy moey n yw p_-aes. Ile bey
large or ma1I.
Agents for wt l of le kat ad eal ades of
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Four Quarts $8.50

Delivered $8.75

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be as good as any bottled in
bond whiskey on the market,
that is sold for $1.50 a quart.


Sbly he missed his regular vocal exer-
ciae owina to lack of a crew. "My
I missus says to me: 'You .ust stick to
Captain Courtenay. young feller-me-
lad. He's one of the get-ricb-quick
sort. P'raps you'll learn from him how
4 to dodge board of trade inquiries.'
You stand on what I told you. 3iss
SMaxwell. You retember-commodore?
Courtenay glanced at the chronome-
ter. 0
"I must be off." he announced. "Tolle-
mache may need some help with hi.
bombs. and those Chileans require
looking after."
Chritobal, too, quitted the chart
room to visit his patients. He had said
very little while he sat there, and Elsie
did not know whether to laugh or cry
at the tragic comedy of her environ-
meit. She was only certain of one
thing-sbe would like to box Boyle's
ears. She was completely at a loss to
account for his persistent efforts to
drag in references t to their prior con-
versation. She dared not catechise
him. That would be piling up more
difficulties for the future. But wbhat
possessed him to blurt out such em-
barrassing details in the presence of
the two men whom she most wished to
remain In ignorance of them?
She peeped at Boyle sideways. His
eyes were closed, the cigar was be-
tween his teeth, and he had a broad
- grin on his face. She could not guess
that the once taciturn chief offleer of
the Kansas was saying to himself:
"My godfather, bow Pills glared!
There will be trouble en this ship
about a woman before long or I'm a
Dutchman. An' didn't the skipper rise
at the fly too! Huh!"
A little later as Elsie passed along
the promenade deck she saw Courte-
nay, To!Iemache tnd Walker deep in
* consultation. They were arranging a
percussion fuse of fulminating, mer-
cury. While she was watching them
Walker dropped a broken furnace bar
on top of a small package placed on
an Iron block. Instantly there was a
shaart report, and Joey, who was an
Interested observer, jumped several
feet. The men laughed, and she heard
Courtenay say:
"That Is the right proportion of ful-
minate. Now, Tollemache. I'll help
you to fix them. We do not know the
moment those reptiles may choose to
8o the captain did not leave the Ala-
culof menace altogether out of count.
Something rose in her throat, some
Wave of emotion which threatened her
splendid serenlty. She ran rather than
walked to her cabin, flung herself on
the bed and sobbed piteously. It had
to come, this tempest of tears. When
desperate odds demanded unflinching
courage she faced them dry eyed, with
steadfast heart. But today in the
bright sunshine and apparent security
of the ship sinister death shadows tor-
tured her Into rebellion. She did not
stop to ask herself why she wept. Be-
ing a woman, she yielded to the gust.
and when It had ended, with the sud-
denness of a summer shower, she mtuill-
ed through the vanishing tears. Her
first concern was that none should be
aware of her weakness.
"How stupid of me." she murmured.
"What woald the men think if they
knew I broke down in this fashion?"
She looked In a mirror. In the clear
light without any one could see she
had been crying, and there was so
much work to be done that she did not
wish'tq remain in her stateroom' until
all tokens of the storm had passed.
She searched for a powder puff and
was at a los to discover its where-
abouts untl she recollected that the
doctor had borrowed it for the use of
a man allghtly scalded when his own
supply of antiseptic powder was ex-
Ihausted. So she went into laobel's
room, entering it for the first time
I salce the Kansas struck on the shoal.
SThe two cablins communicated,' as Mr.
Baring had gme to the expense of hay-
ing a door broken through the parti-
tion for the girls' use during the voy-
If ElaSie had not already given way
to tears she most have faltered now at
the slght of her friend's belongings
strewed in confusion over the floor.

chairs, dreaming table and bed. Isobel
possessed a gold mounted dressing case
the sise of an ordinary portmanteau.
It held an assortment of pretty and
mostly useless knickknacks. and they
had all been tumbled out in a frantic
hurry. At first Elsie flinched from fur-
ther scrutiny, but common sense told
her that this despondent mood must
be fought She dropped to her knees,
i found a mother-of-pearl powder box
and picked up other scattered articles


(Coatiaed Fom Pirst Page)
e MneO, at ebloomtfli taO woma
tr sartie in the pool."
To eaphasize his remark Boy'e
blew a big smoke ring and WWot ser-
eral smaller rings through lI.
Elsie felt Christotals critical eye on
her. She was shadlag the outlines of
the map and trbe0Od that her head was
beMt., suffltetly to bide the-telitale
clor whch leaped to her face. But
CoAurtnay withed to bear more of this.
"1 hop1 you do aot credit everything
my ef~ 91oer ys about me." he
aeld, glanctag over her shoulder at the
drawing, "mor about himself." he add-
ed, as she was too busy to look up "To
my knowledge he bas refused the ctn-
mand of two ships since we both join-
ed the Kansas."
"Home orders!" cried Boyle. who
was certainly beyond himself. I'ro'a-

of pani.- 'Stw ertlered nip n -t n1
sonwe blouses. locked the dressing as.
put the key in her purse and quitted
the room with a heavy heart, for the
handling of her friend's treasures tau
brought jad joseml
(Continued Next Saturday.)
There Is a Heap of Solae In Being
Able to Depend Upon a Well-
Earned Reputatin
For months Ocala readers have seen
the constant expression of praise for
Ixan's Kidney Pills, and read about
the good work they have done In this
locality. Not another remedy ever pro-
duced such convifcing proof of merit.
Those. ElUlnor, living at 216 Morris
St., Palatka, Fta, says: "A few
months ago I had a severe attack of
lame back, and was forced to stop
work. I could not bend over to pick
up anything without suffering in-
tensely and ever quick movement I
xnade brought on such sharp twinges
that is really seemed as if a knife were
being thrust Into my back. If I stoop-
ed. I could hardly, straighten. I used
plasters and liniments, but received no
relief. I had previously used Dean's
Kidney Plals and had received such
beneficial results that I resolved to
try them again. They cured me and
I have not had any kidney trouble
since. I told a friend of this remedy,
and he used them with the same bene-
ficial results."
.Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's--and
take no other.

Wandered Al Night Through the
African Jingles
Niarobi, British East Africa, May
15.-It was learned here that Ker-
mit Roosevelt lost his way from his
father's camp. near Mach ko.s last
Friday and spent the entire night
alone on horseback riding through
a region unknown to him.
On Saturday morning he turned
up at Kin, a station on the railway,
Inquiring there the way to the camp.
He was given the desired direction.
Is a pretty hard thig to accomplish
when you're blue, bilious and out of
sorts. There to a' sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver com-
plaints--constpatlon and dyspepsia.
Ballard' a erbine ls mild, yet abso-
lutely effective In all cases. Price 5
per bottle at the Anti-Monopoly Drug.
*Dayton. Ohio, May. 15.-To an
Associated Press correspondent Or-
ville Wright this afternoon said he
and his brother would give at flight
in Dayton If it could be arranged I
A home coming reception accord-
ed the brothers today had been an-
nounced as informal, but they were
greeted by a multitude. As they
passed through the streets lined
with cheering throngs, it was plain
that they were deeply touched.
"The most mercsess enemy I Bad
for 20 years," declares Mrs. James
Duncan, of Haynesville. Ma. "was
dyspepsia. I suffered Intensely after
eating or drinking and Could scarcely
sleep. After many remedies had fail-
ed and several doctors gave me up, I
tried Electric Bitters, which cured me
completely. Now I can eat anything.
I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to
get my health and strength back
again." For Indigestion, loe of appe-
tite, kidney trouble, lame back, female
complaints, It's unequaled. Only Oc
at all druglats.
Union City, Tenn._ May 15.-Mans-
field H&roldson, a prominent farmer
of this section, and who was one ot-
the Jurors who convicted the eight
night riders for the murder of Capt
Quentin Rankin at Reelfoot Lake.

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full list of their ingredients is printed on each bottle-wrapper. J.
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