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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 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03169
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14. No. i9

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Potato Chips, 15c., two for 25c.
Imported Swiss Cheese 40c. pound.
1 pound Cans Presto Prunes 15c. each.
2 Pound Cans Presto Prunes 25c. each.
Presto Prunes are fine California
fruit .and ready for use. Try a can. I
Herring Roe. 1 pound Cans, lOc.
Herring Roe, 2 pound Cans, 15c.
Asparagus Tips, 25c. a Tin
Argo Salmon 20., two for 35c.
Black Pepper in glass. Nice for tih
table, 10c. each.
Pireapple Chunks. Fine goods, 20i..



Two Pbones 174. Ocala, la.


lPIrice Over Munroe Chambn s


Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
Olfce Over Commercial ak-
Phone 211.
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.; I to
5i p. m.

nT,,,o-Second Floor Ther Munroe &
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala.
rTelephones-Offlce, 222; Residence,.
Office Hours--9 to 12 a. n..; 2 ?0 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.


Life Assurance Society

f01 The UIited Stales


Resident Agent

1Contractor and B t.

PJ'lans and Speclfleions lruranihed
Upon Request.
129 South Thurl Sr.,
Phone 13). OCAIA. FLA.

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Undertakers andE s*
j). E. Melver AUnd OW
Undertaken.. .

All work done by liceased embalm -
ere and fully guaranteed.


Lumber Co.

Zubert FUL



We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
-_ ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cure-d by Hall's Catarrh
An Immense Ammunt of Work ia to be Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Naval Stores Magnate and His Ass*-
D e in the Two Weeks Let ed. Toledo, O. ciates Will Appeal from the Heavy
, Do inWe. the unders!ined, have known
BeforeiAdjournment F. J. Cheney f-t the last 15 years, and Penalties Imposed on Thwem
believe him perfectly h notable in all
Tallahassee. May Is.-Sixteen biilsi business tratsartions and financially Sax'anrah. May 14.-Yesterday- aft-
pas-ed apd one killed was the crop in able to carry out any obligations made rn oon Judge Sheppard, '.in federal
the senate yesterday. The one that by his firm. !rourt. overruled the plea foe arrest of
f-ll was the McCreary bill prohibit-| Wa!ding, Kinnan & 3[ar':.n, judgm frnt in The case of the five naval
ing log or lever carts from using pub-; Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. stores men convicted of unlawful comn-
lie roads except. In certain case. The, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-i inati' ns, and imposed sentences. The
other bills covered many different nally. acting directly upon the blood! .entqnces passed are as follows: S. P
~subjects. and mucous surfaces of the -stem. Shot( r. chairman of thl board of di-
Uniform School Books Testimonials sent free. rice. ;5c '-"'t,,rs of the American Naval Stores
Iniformity of school books is now per bottle. Sold by all druggists. ("miPanv. three month- in jail and
th.. question that oveshadows nearly Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- $.*' A flne: Edmund S. Nash. presi-
all else. Tlere is a strong sentiment patron. *"t ,f the company, $3.9o0 thne; J. F
Sfor state uniformity of text books and '. *.!y(er? v-e president of the Amer-
it see-ns like there Is nearly as strong! BOAT UPSET: FIVE DROWNED 'ant of he Na tionalal Trpanad pres-t
sentiment in favor of county,uniform- et of th National Transportatio n
ity. Its a big question and there is no Hackens ~ N X X 1 .- Five,& T'rina ca .three months
.ettf around it that the peoplee of ;rson.. four girls ann n young mi I oardman. 0ew York, treasurer of the
Florida are paying the heaviest kind members of a .party.. of e-i ht. w( .nerlcan. ,-ivalStores comapny.. o -
of a tax :o the school book corpora-drowned last night when a boat i Ii c arl Molrr co nvlne.
tons and that they are paying at least' which they w re att.mlting to csro 0 e; *Cpr Molier. Jacksonville,
wh... t"ey r .tt "l .tig t" ."Ci. 1, 1 and general manager of the
a third more for their books than the th*. Hae',lns .qck rl-,r dNurn- a st)rm .nat..a Traand station & Taerminal
school children of Georgia and oth-r ('a.eod Natioal Trans..o station & Terminalt
states. com'ni y, I 0 fine. "The defendants
Pay \our Own Poll Tax IF YOU KNEW il,$1,4c appeal and were allow-
P,.Ifer"dom on bail.
Aft(r muen dlecUssion the house The merits of the Teaas Won'ler. you '
passed the bill prohibiting the paying- wo'ld never suffer from kidn-v. bla'!- STFWF NECK
of po): txxPs by other than the voter der or 'rh-umatic trouble. $1 bottle tw-,

fror whom the tax is aid,. and the bill
requiring newspapers to markI all
news, editorials amnd artoons n which
are paid for ast ailvertising matter
Five voted against the latter medsurpe.
Will Knook Out Near Beer
One of the most important temper-
ance measures which was passed to
third reading by the senate will have.
the effect of preventing the sale of
near beer anywhere In thp state. It if [
& bill by Senator Humphries of Brad-
entown and defines non-intoxicating[
beverages as those containing less
than one-half of one per cent .)f al-
cohol. [
Less Than-Half a Loaf
In a special message Governor Gil-
christ urged that an appropriation of
$25,000 be made. the money to be paid
to Col. S. I. Wailes as recompense for
his claim against1the state for com-
mission earned when he put the Flor-
Ida Indian war claim through Con-
griss. A former legislature offered
this amount to Colonel Wailes in set-
tlement of hi! claim, but the gentle-
man refused it 'and has said many
times that he would have all of what
he claims, s'om, six times that amount.
or nothing. It may be that in view of
the fact that the present session of
the legislature has turned a deaf ear
to the representations of Congressman
Clark, who is acting as attorney for
Cotl. Wailes and is pressing his claim,
that the aged man has decided to take
the proverbial "half loaf.," which In
this case, according to his claim. Is
only one-third of a half.
Against Automatip Shotguns
The automatic shotgun has just
about seen its day In Florida. Sena-
tor Buell Cook introduced a bill in the.
senate prohibiting their sale or even
their carrying. The bill slipped right:
on down the calendar to third read-
ing without a bit of opposition.
Railrol Passes Again
There is a bi;I before the senate al-
lowing hewvsatlper editors to exchange
advertising for railroad' passes and
also allowing sheriffs and other pub-
lic officials to ride on passes. The
'railroad commission has entered strong
protest before the committee agalnstt
the law.
The General Revenue Bill
There Is one measure that everybody
looks ahead at with dread. But it is
Just as inexprable as fate ever dared
to be. It has to come every session.
It Is the general revenue bill.
Upon this bill depends the stat<
taxation, the revenues, the appropria-
tions, the expenditures. In fact It isi
the bill that simply has to be passed
at each session in some form. There-
In it has the advantage of every other
ensure Introduced. The state could
limp along, some way or other without
any new laws. but )f this failed to
pass the Janitor would have to be fir-
ed. the capitol be locked up and every-
bady be given a vacation.
People all over the state say taxes
are too high now," though, of course.
that Is the case everywhere in every-
body's opinion. But that they are as
high as they ought to be it Is true.
There Is a deficit of several hundred
thousand dollars In the state treasury
and this has got to be made up if p'?--
sible some way without Increasing the
taxes. "Put a franchise tax on the
railroads." says Light of Marion. and
his followers. "Please don't! we're
paying far more Than our share cow,"
plead the said railroads and their
friends. The money has got to be ratI-
ed somewhere and It's up to the legis-
lature to find out where and not takc
such a long time about it either.

Win. Upcburch, of Glen Oak, Okla.,
was an exile from. home Mountain
air, he thought, would cure a frightful
.ung racking cough that had defied all
remedies for two years. After six
months he returned death do-gifng his
steps. "Then -I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery." he writes,
"and after taking asi 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. 56c
m l I al,4 hntlema free naranteedt

month's treatment. Sond by druggi.t.I Stiff neck 1l.caused by rheumatism
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr of the muscleVof the neck. It 1s usu-
E. Ha. 2926 A'ive Street. St. ally confined to on oe ide, or to the
Lrois.. Mo,. back of the neck and one ide. While
i It is often quite painful, quick relief
AT THE VARIETY STORE -may be had by applying Chamber-
Monday and Tuesday lain's Liniment Not one case of rheu-
Glass pitchers only 10 cents. Look matism in ten requires Internal treat-
4at their window. meant. When there is no Tever and no
Swelling as in muscular and chronic
A nDEADLY EXPLOSION rheumatism, Chamberlain's Liniment
A DEADLY EXPLOION will accomplish more than any Inter-
Six Killed and Twelve Wounded at nal treatment 2
Key Wost. May 16.--Six dead inod INTO THE GRAND ARMY
twelve injured is the record of nn erx- ____
plos:on which occurred IS miles north Washington. D. C., May 16.-Pre(l-
of this dlace on the Florida EII a. dent Taft, In the presence of a gath-
Coast railway extension Friday at th ,,ring of distinguished civil war vet-
noon hour. The men were drilling o erans. was mustered in yesterday as a
the construction of a bridge across the member of the Associate Society of
C: ljo channel, having .,00 pounds of Farnsworth Post. Grarid Army of the
dynamite already loaded anld 290' Republic of Mount Vernon, N. Y. The
pounds in a boat near by. Thv:s;t i ceremonies wrre conducted by General
quantity of powder exploded suddenly Horace Porter of New York i1 the
A E~ East Room of th, White House.
"As an ideal cough medicine I re- If you desire a cleau complexion
gard Chamberlai.n's Cough Remedy in I take Foley's Orino Laxative for con-
a cla.s by itself," says Dr. R. A. Wilt- st lpation and liver troubles as It will
shire, of Gwynnevllle. Ind. "I take stimulate these organs and thorough-
gr'at pleasure In testifying to the re- your system. which Is what
sulis of Chamberlain's Cough Rem- everyone needs in the spring In order
edy. In fact, I know of no other to feel well. Sold by all druggists.
preparation that merts so ful!y the - -- -.---
expectations of the most exacting in
dren. As it contains no oplum, chlo- 1T gE C MM fE lIAL
reform or morphine it certainly
makes a most safe. pleasant and et- BARBER SHOP
ficacious remedy for the ills it is in-
tended." 1 ----

Richmond. Va.. May 16.-The Inter-
national Ieague for Highway Improve-
mmnt yesterday adopted a bill asking

IO)pens Into the Lobby of the Oeala
Offers the -very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.

tongess for an appropriation of $1,- Iot Running Water at All Times
000.000 to support the work of the body
through eight commissioners to be ap- VICENT C. E' 'ERaCH, Manager
pointed by Presadent Taft. The league ---
propo-ses to open permanent haadquar-
tt r.s in Washington. and its first effort
will be to build a na tonal molo! high- -RUtLU lUU i BsUUs
way from Maine to tiorida. a
The convention adjourned to moot in
Pt. Atgustine. Fn.. .Tun-' 10. 11 ,;nd 12 In Connection With the Hotel 01icec
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
KILLS HER FOE OF 29 YEARS tention to all. Special attention to
K children.
"The most merc* s enemy I had ELECT IC MA&SAGE
for 20 years." declares Mrs. James ELECTRIC SSGE
Duncaf. of Haynesville. Me., "was! HOT AND COLD WATER
dyspepsia. I suffered Intensely after ----
tating or drinking and could barely D r
sleep. After' many remedies had fail- R. A. UTRICH. oUdIICtoI
ed and several doctors gave me up., I -
tried Electric Bitters., which cured me
completely. Now I can cat anything.
I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to
ge.t my health and strength back W BLA HIARD
again." For inmeliistion, loss cf A ppe-N
title, kidney trouble, lame back. femral CONTRACTOR AND SUILER
complaint., it', unequaled. 0,-'y 50c 1
at all drugists. PLANS FURNISHED

___ O. Box 4o. O
Frightful Crime of Charles Rapp, a ---
Baseball Pitcher
South Bend. Ind., May 16.--Charl s OGALA PRESSIMI
Rapp. who ha9. considerab!, local J. J. FORT, Pr
fa, nas a baseball pitcher. killed his
mothlir last night nnd th.n committee Rates reasonable. All
suicide. R.ipl had been drinking. and etd and cleaned on short
when his. mother pl-ad ed with him to delivered promptly. A
give u.n iquor. he ,grahbd a hanmm-r work not called for In
and aft-.r beating her on th.- h-ead. be sold for charges.
stabbed !h"r with a butcher knif. ._
which he snatched from the tablS.. He
then gash-.d his thrat with the samn,

Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish
when you'rs blue, bilious and out of,
sorts. There is a sur3 cure f'or allm
kinds of stomach and liver corn-
plaints--constipation and dyspepsia..
Ballard's Herbine is mild, yet abso- '
lutely effective in all cases. Price 50c
per bottle at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- : X. tA
storE. -UsA iT AUTtty


goods press-
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ill transient
30 days will


Raise Much.Money for the Southern
Theological Seminary Lowest rice

The delegation of PFerMa
growers who went to C.
reached Jaeksonvilie May uth. ur'
Is the Times-Union'sa rc MpOnt
account of what they aw Lta the -G-
den State.
Advertistag. No dust-ladeMitravehr
from the far Bast lands on the So at
ern Pacifie slope that is not met by
the sons of #Ipdutty and told of the
golden fruit that hands amild ivig

green upon broad acres of trees; sad
if he is wenl,groomed. he is taken In
automobiles and carried amd grtOe
that give charm to the atory of -the
resident, whose pocketbook has bee
filled by returns of the w*avltng
fruit. Then he is taken to the root
of the board of trade, or chamber of
commerce, and shown a wonderful ex-
hib:i of the fruits and products of the
Every box of oranges that starts on
its journey to the far away market
bears in Its bosom a beautiful tale
coQ(cisely told, of the equality of the
fruit therein. But it has, been pre-
ceded by artistic flyers, announcing the
coming k:ng of fruits till every con-
sumer of fruit east of the Rocky
mountains cannot sit down to his
breakfast in the morning without
craving a "sun-kist" orange of Cali-
fornia. This is good. Go thou ad. do
Business Genius. No better organ-
ized army of men ever bound them-
selves together than .thaajthe Call-
fornia Fruit Growers' Exchange. They
have secured the cooperation of ragl-
roads: they have dlone away with
commission houses: they have co-
quered box trusts; they have put'paid
agents in every important center of
the West and East and ina L4dioa
have reduced the price oT every- .8-r
ply the oruage grower needs; thib .
have regulated the diatribatlon of
their products no that every trait eon-
suming section of hAe country has an
equitable supply; they have pt ev-
ery orange grower in the state4,ho Is
a member of the exchange in daily
touch with the markets of the coun-
try. We were startled several times
in our trip among the packing houses
by Mr. Powell's statement that the
fruit of this house sold today for so
much. It was magic. And we saw In
our Imagination the grower coming
down his steps for an after dinner
walk. and Market touches him on the
shoulder and says: "Have. Just" sold
a car of your fruit for $2.75."
"'Good," says the grower. "Now
hustle that fruit on to the tables of
the consumer, for I have another eat
just crossing the Mississippi at. St
Louis. It will arrive at your city at
S:22 Thursday morning. Be ready for
"All right.," says Market.
So close is the touch between, the
grower and market that they seem to
walk side by side. The exchange
moves its cars at will, diverting ad'
rediverting, like a master chess player
on the chers board of commence. And
they have done all this at an expense
to the grower of about 6 cents per box
and no commission to anyone.
Everlasting vigilance in the handl-
ing of fruit This is one of the most
Important things the exchange has ac-
complished. No amount of advertis-
ing or organization will sell rotten
fruit. Beginning in the grove they-
pick with the utmost care and gloved,
hands. It was found by actual tests
that a large part of the fruit was
harmed in the picking and delivery to
the packing house. Daily Inspection
of every picker's fruit tells the story
of his careles.sness or his care. In the
packing hose the fruit rides as tran-
quilly from place to place as- a swan
upon the waters, and few ungloved
hands are permitted to touch it. When
packed, in most cases, it is precooled
and iced before it starts upon its long
What California has done. Florida-
can do. Let every orange section in
the state select one or more delegates
and send them to Tampa for the con-
vention to meet there the 1st day of
June. And when these delegates come
back organized, a million and a half
extra dollars will find their way into
the pockets of the citrus growers of
the state.

and are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises, bumps, barns or
scalds. Don't neglect such thinga-
they may result seriously if you do.
Apply Ballard's Snow IAnlment ic-
cording to directions right away and
it will relieve the pain azd heal the
trouble. Price 25e, 50e, and $1 at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Screen your windows and doors be-
fore fly time.
Screen all food. especially milk.
Keep flies away from the sick, es-
l"eially tho-e ill with contagious dis-
Eliminate the breeding places of
file.-this is important
The following should be done:
Sprinkle chloride of lime or kero-
sene over contents of garbage boxes
and other refuse.
Keep garbage receptacles tightly
covered& Clean the cans daily.
Clean the boxes every week. Sprin-
kl- them with kerosene or chloride of
Pour kerosene into the drains; keep
sewerage system in good order.
Clean cuspidors every day; keep a
five per cent. solution of carbolic acid
in them all the time.
Don't allow dirt to accnm-_**t- In
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*1 i tat the union Itl towea on WOMAN'S CLUB PICNIC
V Wr pl edge to the state unon $4 and -
for amw members sad a Maxs- Amid the clear melodious notes of
C a. L u m o I&elp, which was llbeslly ghe. birds and beneath the sound of the
..-- --was a good aleat ne re- gentle breeses playing among the -
.n at and all seemed deeply Iteted leaves of stately oaks, the Woman's
S-- J t U memorial service to. this rg y Club of Ocala had Its first picnic. A
C.. ST1.N.g6oo ad wuse Mta mua, beloved and re- more picturesque place than the golf
R. R.. CARROL. ^ __ f upeted by all who hu1ew hma links could not have been selected for
. IL CAIRROLLb. wslsMan P a picnic. Friday'swetilher was ideal.
-- A LESSON TO BE LEARNED As early as 11 o'clock the members
A I --T-W-- began to congregate, those who had .
A TRIBUTE TO 0E=0W 1 We i every orange grower In carriages and buggies bringing those
Rev. . o the state will not only read. but study who did not. and the spirit of con- .o ..
Rev. G. H. Harrtiso pr-m d a ry he lBeeret of Success" by the orange geniality and happiness predominated
eloquent ....' iinpressle er ye growers of the Golden State, as pub- throughout the day. Mrs. William
terday morning on childhood and the liMbed In this paper. Let every grower Hocker, the efficient president, met
church's responsibility for their s t- or d vow by the everlasting everybody and saw that nothing was
Ing, spiritually. The one t. thi t vows that hereafter it shall be atten- amiss that would add to the pleasure ***
Impressed the speaker was the ftat 110t are and system. Let there be of each. *
that every parent recoghised its~*.- aied W tion of the growers, shoulder Mrs. Clarence Camp. Mrs. T. T. To the People
nation In giving to their children a! to shoulder. Officers to take thE" crop Munroe and Miss Emily Stotesbury
the care. attention. time and and market it and our word for It In were field marshals for the day and
necessary to care !or their I a year or two better returns will re- Mpadames Frank Harris. S. T. Sis-
minds, to give them evd6y udvt~ ward their labor. Florida has the trunk. Louis Dural and H. B. Clark-
in serving a good education ad n quality of the fruit, the sweetest and son formed a committee to see to the
too many Instaances their olf tiM and richest grown, but In the past they lunch, and so well did they execute
sacred trust seemed to end: that tl lacked cooperation and up to date bus- their duty that nothing good to eat suit of clothes 1
matter of religious lnstid~tloa %sd hIn. leas methods. Without these applied was wanting when lunch was spread
duction Into the church and imp-art- all labor is lost. Remember another at twelve-thirty.
Ing 'a strong hold on Its spiritual sde thing, the orange growers of the state On the table was chicken, baked
whs apparently an after thought This will meet in Tampa June 1st and this and fried; sandwiches, nut, ham, or $20 or $25.
was deplorable for the 'of s sa
trust and divinely binding oblgation tigate and Instruct will make its re- olives, pickles; salad, Waldorf, pota-
of the parent was to tak eed to Its port on conditions prevailing on the to. nut and fruit; devilled eggs by the The
oral and spiritual nature aMd thee Paciflc Coast. So the Star says, or- dozen, beaten biscuits, hot coffee ,
who failed to comprehend thie nr- ane growers of Marion and contlg- fruit pundh, salted almonds:; ice
ness of this compact were ti in uous counties, go to Tampa and be cream. strawberry, chocolate, nut and
their duty towaro1s their chblM Instructed, vanilla; fancy wafers, half a dozen $20 may be wo]
Rev. A. L. Prison of Berlin, lled the cakes, lady fingers, tea cakes. Never
Baptist church pulpit yesterday morn. The Eagle minstrels are practicing before his a table laden with goodies
ing and preached an admirable sermon nightlyand are creating a genuine been more enjoyed.
and a most acceptable on taking as loal furore by their new and novel After dinner lap robes and cush- important. T
his theme Paul Journeylg to Jeruss- etunts, songs and quips. Mr. Frank ions were spread on the grass and the
lem and the words of S* text we: P.- Simpson, who returned Saturday afternoon went merrily by. while some
"I know not what will befall e," etc. from GainesvHle, where they will play, sewed, read, played bridge, etc. A extrava
Mr. Prison is a very earnest forceful says Indications are they will have a dozen members formed a progressive then an extrav|
and practical presentator-orthe wqn- crowded house. The Eagles up there bridge party, playing for a club pin
derful truths of the Bible. are on the wing sure and the recep- put up by Mrs. D. M. Smith. Mrs. C
In the evening at the Baptistchurch tion they will give the boys will be a H. Lloyd was the successful winner Clu e the clot
the hour was devoted to the memorial sure enough one. The Eagle minstels The games were played on the grass
service for the late Dr. L. D. Geger, Iim also take in Dunnellon. Leesburg and at the conclusion, which came at
of Apopka. secretary of the State Ba- Eustis. Orlando add Kissimmee, re- four-thirty, supper was enjoyed.
tist Association. After singing prayer servia gthe best for the last. Ocala. The "he Woman's Club picnic will al- worth enough.
and the scripture reading by President singing alone of Joe Schrieber will be ways be remembered as a happy and
J. W. Aiken of the B. T. P. U. and the worth the price of admission several delightful one. by the following mem-
anthem by the Bareca quartet, Judge times over. Keep your eye on the bers who attended: Mrs. W. H.
W. & Bullock spoke of the dpr minstrels. Hocker, Mrs. E H. Mote, Mrs. G. T we
as a man and a friend. He said It was -Maughs. Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mrs. C.
a great pleasure to be honored with Mr. D. S. Anderson, former manager H. Lloyd. Miss Sue Anderson, Miss
the commission and spoke with great of the Ocala Foundry, but for several Annie Atkinson, Mrs. J. K. Austin. ca ns l o lo
Interest of the life of Dr. Geiger, ears past a resident of Auburndale, Mrs. A. E. Burnett, Mrs. Jake Brown, se you 1o
which began qo humbly 66 years ago In Ala., where he Is running a saw mill Miss Lilla Brumby. Mrs. R. R. Car-
the Oldtown settlement of Marion and and interested with his brother in tha roll, Mrs. H. B. Qlarkson. Mrs. Clar-
ended so suddenly b it nobly and general merchandise business,. Is in ene Camp, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. just lower primO
grandly at his hope at Apopam, scaree- the city for a few days. Mr. Ander- L. W" Duval. Mrs. M. Fishel, Mrs. W.
ly a month ago. son, s looking well and his host of M. Goln, Mrs. A. E. Gerig Mrs. Otis
He reviewed the trials and struggles 0 ak friends are delighted to seo him Green, Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs. R. S
of the youthful days of.thls man, how agaln. Hall. Mrs. H. H. Harrold. Mrs. E. T. really giving y
born of humble parents, scant In this Helvenston, Mrs. T. H. Johnson. Mrs
world's goods, at a dtne whea the do- The members of Dickison .Chapter, H. f. Jones. Mrs. T. T. Munroe, Mrs.
vastating and devouring forest of lvf ITU. D. C.. met at the hospitable home D. E. Mclver, Mrs. J. R. Moorhead,
war swept the land drawing into itu of Mrw. ,. W. Whiteside and her sis- Mrs. Jno. D. Robertson. Miss Emily
wake the flower and chivalry of It ter. MlssiJosle WilliamsFriday after- Stotesbury;: Miss Nellie Stevens join-
youth and manhood, to be an actor on noon, in goodly numbers. Mrs. J. R. ed the plenicers in the afternoon:
its stage when the wreck of matter it Moorhead as a delegate to the state Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. Mrs. F. G. B.
caused, scattered itself all over the St. Augustine convention, made such Wefle. The out of town guests were
lUvs of its aople lrg h father a fine report of the doings of that body Mrs. Arthur Hardaker. of Tampa;
at- Ir he msuttUgIy-s rdea wAht she was tendered a vote of thanks. Mrs. J. M. Dell. of Gainesville; Misa Ocala House B
and .r-sponashlity at the 4at dty As the Daughters will tender the vet- Cora Whitney. of Boston. Mass.; and
of caring for hil mother and two erans a dinner in The Gary grove June Miss sadie Crown. of Tampa.
younger children. How he loanedd for 3rd. all the necessary committees were
opportunlt..eA th rove his mind and appointed to carry out the work. Re- THE BEST 18 .ALWAYS
let no obprtunity to enrich it freshments were served and the oc- CHEAPEST
with suebh do&ty vo as change eldto proved a very social and Inter-
his way in thos day&. To clAuIres eting one. especially if It's paint. Can you make
what little book learning he did re- better paint than PURE PAINT? Chcago
celv, It cease by his indomitable wiL Dr. J. W. Hood. and wife went out Hardly. Therefore, what you want *s
and daterminatlont I the most to Cotton Plant Sunday to call on DAVIS' 100 PER CENT.
of an opportutmty, whiC was to do .friends. Oh their return home yes- PURE PAINT
chore st r *.Mr. now what terday evening they met with an acci-
Is known at. the town of Woltllotm in dent that put the "mogul" out of corn- Ask for testimonials and guarantee. After many years of faithful service
the evevlng- and atuardays, fohis;o mission, and the doctor phoned in last Davis' 100 per cent. Pure Paint will in the educational world, Dr. Yocum
board, while he applied the Spare hours night to the garage for them to send a stand the test of the most rigid Pure has retired. At the conclusion of his
attending a primitive country school man to fti the auto. Jim Nelson went Paint Law. For sale by the Marion work this session, he will move to his
His companions In his s~are hars out. this morning and prescribed the Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla. orange grove, and live quietly, attend-
were his Bible and such few school proper medicine. ing to the management of his grove.
books as hbe 0adud pons. and withls a- .- 4 uW RTE Dr. Yocum Is too well known through-
mind set to a purpose h acquired Mrs. A. M. Jackson. of Gaineslle, out Florida to need any eulogy at our
grew in knowle and wisdom, ma. OGa., who has been spending the win- hands. All of our readers will join us
terially and sp ly. Soon felt th ter with her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Liv- SEABOARD AIR iaNE in wishing him a happy and peaceful
call of the Master, was confrled as a Ingaton. Jr., will leave tomorrow, for life in his new surroundlngs.-Times-
minister and ever slmee those days, .Albany, Ga., to visit another daughter. S17.*5, Asheville, N. C., and return, Union.
except a few terms he devoted himself She will be accompanied by Mrs. Liv- account National Association T. Dr. Yocum is the father of Mrs. W.
to the school room, to strengthqn his lngston, who, after visiting her sister, P. A. of America. Tlckets on sale T. Gary of this city.
finances, he never wavered in his ef- will return home with her little daugh- May 28, 29 and 30. FPinal limit
forts to bring sinners t repentance ter, Lillian, who has been spending 30 days from but not including AT THE VARIETY STORE
and did by his persistent and syte- some time with her aunt. date of sale. Monday and Tuesday / "
matical labors to further the m.cause of 87. 15, Louisville, Ky., and return, Glass pitchers only 10 cents. Look
the Baptist church In Florida, which Mr. John Luffman. of Sparr. was in account annual session Ancient at their window.
organisation appreciating his conaes- town today on hle way to the meeting Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mys-
crated efforts, honored him h ighlyas of the State Horticultural Society at tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June A SCALDED BOY'S SHRIEKS
one of its moat Important officers, that Daytona. He was accompanied by 5. 6,. 7 and 8. Final limit June horrified his granemotner, Mrs. Maria
of secretary of their offeclal body. Mr. George Carlton, the able and ef- 17, 1909. Taylor,.of Nebo, Ky, who writes that,
The judge spoke of his kindly na- ficent manager of the Kendig grove 917*15, Asheville, N. C., and return, bhea all thought he would die, Buask-
ture and solicitude for the boy and at Pine. They were brought to the account International Convention len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
young men of the land, that thelt city by Mr. John Ltufman, who reports Baraca and Philatheg. Tickets on fallible or burns, whalds cute hi.
hearts and footstep. should lead to the that the truckers are forwarding quite ,sale June 1"7 and 18. Final limit wundsfallible fr burns, scaldscuts ors
U.....*P UA& W*U135' ruises. Cures fever sores.

Sunday school and hurch. He spok aq lot of beans and cucumbers from tn eruptions, ch-
of his large spirit, his love of his fel- that section and getting fair returns $14.25, Atlanta.Ga., and return, ae o hns. okin eruption rot s plies. atp-
low men, his sense of right and Jus- for same and that last Friday that count American Asspelation of all druggists.
twice and the consecration he brought to station shipped the frst cantaloupes Opticians. Tlekets on sale June
the work of his calling, the ministry, of the season. 19 and 20, Final limit June 25, NOTICE O
and the power he exerted for good over 1909. NOTICE OF
those with whom e ge and Bl Mr. F. W. Barge, who represents the $17.A5 Ashvlille. N. C.. and return, TEACHER'8 EXAMINATIONS
treated the close common and lo. National Biscult Co., left' Ocala Friday account Dramatic Order Knights Notice is hereby given that the reg-
Ing fellow.shl that 'existed in s morning at 7:05 in Tompkins & Cob's of Khorassan. biennial meeting ular state uniform examination for
home town ofApopka, where people of auto, accompanied by a friend on a Tickets on sale July 8. 9, 10, and teachers will be held in Ocala begin-
all denominational atfliations and business trip. Here is his record and 11. Final limit July 26, 1909. ning on Tuesday, June 8, 1909. The
those of none, honored and respected remember he did business at every 31.6-Memphis, Tenn.. and return, white applicants will be examined at
him, for all the graces of mind nd point named: Belleview, 7:45; Sum- account Interstate Cotton Seed the Ocla High School building, and
virtues of heart, that stamped him a merfied, 8:15; Oxford, 8:50: Wild-. Crushers' Association. Tickets on the colored at Howard Academy. It
man-spomeed of a ea thatwood, 9:15; Coleman, 10:10; Sumter- sale May 16. 17 and 18. Final limit will be necessary for applicants to
was respected and beloved by all that ville. 11:05 Webster, 12 m. Center May 22, 1909. provide themselves with legalcap pa-
knew Its riches of grace-end it was HilL 2:05; Okahumpka, 3:20: Lees- $690--Denver, Colo.. and return, ac- per, pens and Ink for the work and
this overshadowing characeLitic of burg. 4:f; Eustis, 6:10. Here he spent count Qeneral Assembly Presbyter- the legal fee of one dollar for each ap-
the man of God and 41.buth-bood -the night. Next morning early struck ian church of U. S. of America& plicant *11il be charged.
tq man, that shone out as a cople- Orlapndo. Reports car in good shape Tickets on sale May 16. 17, 18 and Very respectfully yours,
uous example for all young'men to fol. and the trip a great success. 19. Final limit to .reach original 5-13dwtf J. ELH Brinson,
low and pattern aft 1-starting point October 31. Superintendent for Marion County.
Mr. Iaac Stevems, oe of the elder Many weaa, nervous women have 335--Savannah. Ga.. and return, ac-
of the church, spoke feelinly of Dr. been restored to health by Foley's count General Assemby Presbyter- FISH AND OYSTERS
Geiger as a pastor of the Ocals church Kidney Remedy as It stimulates the inan church in United States. Tick- I receive every day from Crystal
where he served for over two yearts,"ldneys so they will eliminate the ets on sale May 17, 18 and 19. Final River choice oysters, oth Inside and
coming here from Micano~y and his waste matter from the blood. Impu- limit June 2. 1909. / Gulf eysterp. salt and fresh water fish
devotion to the spiritual work of the ritles epress .the nerves, causing $16S25-Memphis. Tenn.. and return, and mullet. I can give you the best
church. Said his irst act after his nerves exhaustion and other all- account Annual Reunion United in fish any oysters, fresh and prompt-
first sermon was to have his wife and ments. Commence today and you will Confederate Veterans. Tickets on ly delivered. Phone 219 city market;
four children Join the church. That he oon be well. Pleasant to take. Sold sale June 5. and 7. Final limit second stall on the lest. 1-20-tf
was a man of r jumest am ex. by all druggIats. June 4 but by depositing tickets WILLIAM TUCKER.
ercised it In his work r the pomo- -- with special agent Memphis between
tion of God's kingdom. wTterfm to June 9 and 14. extension may b' .Mr. Emmett E. Robinson. a well
the sad Bereavenent that bet l iat had to July 1. on pay lent of fee of known young men of Ocala., is among
Gelger and family in the loss ot a I5'F 4PA K PLU~ 0 cents. the recent guests at the Aragon.-
beautiful daughter, Ina the ftl blo m U 0U LUU $ -Nashville, Tenn.. and return, Times-Union.
of womanhood. I the last dyt f ati account Annual Session Sunday Before returning to Ocala Mr. Rob-
pastorate n Ocala, ere leaving for "Spe in the Water" School Congress and Young Peo- inson will visit friend in Atlanta. Ga.
Leesburg and the frtalr e wft iwhioa plea's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale
he bor" the sore and onowful aSlic- June 7. 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days RL XAuLL
tion. I Reliance spark plugs produce a from but not Including date of sale.
He. like Judge Bullock, spoke of the more Intense spark than any other $15.25-Tuscaloosa. Ala.. and return.
rich legacy Dr. Geger had itft behind plug. Takes less battery power than account summer school for teachers fv yl
In the ueli.aM A c .*thai- mil anv other nluna Are absolutely soot University of Alabama. Tickets on

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Adjutant Bumby of the Oeaia G. A.
R. post was in town Eaturday attend-
ing the monthly, meeting of the Ocala
post and to make arrangement to ob-
serve memorWaJ day in Ocala Meoday,
May 31st, at the old cemetery, aad to
which all old veterans are curdaBy

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The above represMits thPe ries s ked for the best psing proposition
ever offered In Ocala, or afwhere o e, which is as follows: large :ot Wxllt
on Magnolia street, facing CAniehael & S n's store, in the Fourth ward,
w ith three large stores on place; and roo enough to build three mot houses.
rhe place is now bringing $15 is a nt, but by spending $15W on place can be
mnail., to bring $22.50, or wHI ake- an8 .per cent. investment. Terms., $500
!',wn anl $100 every three mother with I per cent. interest.
Th" above at. price named Is tUe best value in Ocala today. It liffers you
t.) buy a building that win detable In value by the time you have paid for it,
and you will receive back oon-third of actual noney Invested, for rents, be-
fore you have paid the entire principal.
Act immediately ane. canl on me for other information.

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K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Miss Mattle Pyles Is on the sick list.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Red Men meet Thursday evening.

'Wm. A. Newsom, Jr., is on the sick
Mr. W. C. Zimmerman of Leesburg.
was in the city yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
cure chills and fever, 25 cents.

|VII 1 Hlll II V Miss Vera Pearson of White Spring '
WJ WUis at the Ocala House.

A. FRANK, Manager. Mrs. George Davis went to Quincy
this afternoon to visit her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and little'
LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS daughter came up from the lake today

THEi FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES Mr. Charles H. Lloyd. the phosphate
miner of Newberry, spent'Sunday with
and taste s sweet. That's why Schles- .;fa wife In this city.
Inger's and Lowney's Candles in halt Owing to the serious illness of En-
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure iner Brook's child. En4nepr Witter
tro'k the Homosassa run this morning.,
confections these; flavor delicious. Our
confectionery is free from afaultera- will ll any make Co.. of Jackson-han
I Will sell any make of secnnd-hand
tion. It is wholesome and healthfuL typewriter upon easy terms if desirl.
Every kind of confectionery here. I .... .
confectionery here. r. W. H. Wilson, who spent Sun-1
Fruits, Cold Drinks. Cigars and News- day in'this city. returned to Tampa
papers last niht.



The quality you want, and that's
iwIays; dependable. brings good re-
sults. A business is often Judged
by its stationery-if we've supplied
yours there'll be no cause for Un-
aU.ineos over the verdict. The
pockcthook argument of our sup-
pli'.s is as unanswerable as their
quality Is unassailable.

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Bottled li BOid

One Quart $1.00

SFour Quarts $a5

Delivered $3.75

This is a choice, Hi h Grade

Private Stock lye Wltskhey

and we'Flly Guee it to

be as good a any bottled in

bond whiskey on the market,
that is sold for $1.50 a quart.

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Perry Edwards, one of the thrifty
fatUers of this sectiOn, who has Ih 17
acres of cantaloupes, sa-s he had a
ripe cantaloupe for breakfast Satur-
day morning. Perry has in 145 acres
of crops and says he has never had
such fuie peoapeets.

eWItt's Little Early Risers, the fa-
mous little iver pills, small, gentle
and sure. Sold by all Iruggists.

The colored Kaights of Pythias will
meet tostorow In state convention at
Orlandd. R J. Mitchell will represent
the Ocala dge. which numbers some
79 member# and Is In a flourishing
condition. E. G. Woodward is the
chancellor commander. D. G. Adder,
of St. Augustine, is the grand chan-
cellor of the order. The Ocala dele-
Sation will extend an invitation to the
state convention to meet in Ocala next

*Everyboy Is likely to have kidney
and bladder trouble. in fact nearly
rvh Yb ar has some trouble of this

Mr. Arthur Hardaker. who came up
from Tampa to spend Sunday with his
wife. returned home this afternoon.
There will be a call meeting of the
W. C. T. V. Wednesday afternoon at
4 o'clock at the Methodist church.

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

Mr. T. M. Anderson and A. B. Small
!of Lake City, are guessts of the Ocala
Mr. George Easterling. with the Ir-.
vine Crate Co., was in town today
serving as a juror.

Messrs. George Caleron and Will'
Henderron represented the Lynne sec-
tion In town today.
Charles Brabham of the Star. made
a visit to his soulmate in Gainesville
Saturday, returning Sunday., ,
Captain Buckshot Williams ticketed!
98 colored excursionists on his train
up today.

Captain Joe Crevasse of Port Inglils
passed through Ocala today on his way
for a visit to his home in Jacksonville. I

L. M. Graham, cor..mander of Mar-
ion camp of the U. C. Vs.. was in the
city today from GrahRmville.

Phil Robinson and


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spent unday at Lake weir with
friends. *
.Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysor returned
to their home in Lowell today, after a
visit to relatives In Ocala.

Mr. Jesse0 Vorkers, who has been
'spending some time in Missouri, has
reached Florida and proposes to set-
tle stakes in Marion somewhere.

. Mr. Len Griggs has gone to assist
his father in their melon patch at Lake
Weir. They expect to ship three cars
this pionth.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bryant and pretty
little daughter came up from Belleview
yesterday and have taken rooms at the
Campbell House.
)Mrs. B. B. Baum of Crystal River,
was in town today shopping, as was
Mrs. WiHams, wife of Conductor Wil-
Alex Moorhead, county surveyor, is
booked for Lochloosa tomorrow to lo-
cate a lot of timber land for Mr. E.
A. Polly.

Robert McDonald, one ofi the sturdy
yeomanry from across the river, was
in town today and remembered the
Star. his favorite paper.

Mr. Harry. Cline of Auburndale. a
former resident of this city. was shak-
Ing hands with his Ocala friends yes-
terday and today.
City Marshal W. C. Bull, who has
been in the hospital for the last two
weeks, is slowly improving, though
very weak.

Veteran Hadsock returned Saturday
from the Foldiers' Home in Jackson-
ville. to visit his daughter. Mrs. Wig-,
gins. near Ocala.

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

Capt. A. G. Bigelow. of Rock Springs
and superintendent of the Dunnellon
Phosphate company, is a guest of the
Ocala House.
Messrs. C. 1. Harrison of Bushnell.
C. B. Marsh and D. H. Walker, of
Sumterville, are guests of the Ocala
We have a most exquisite line of

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Captain Ge. A. Nash e
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My Dear r pt4.n&UE
Inquiry of tae 14th ta.e
J. W. lDearisleSt AMe re.Ndl that th. recent e-lectiae- I
your unanimow tel-ecta m r --
olw ci the following otfinmr:
L- eutenant Colonel A. EL. Uin utai
st. Umi*- UU Captain J. W. BIfend"g,
stmar a Pop o v s Colonel P X. Schuller.
Captain James T. Will.
Captain Duke H. lRepM.
I congratulate You mest heartfQ-,<
your well earned ppruot, ah&Mz':
POTOl Ullllll assured, that under yur adam .t-
AuA1 V1 Ul fUllJl tion the Third Wattalion wB mwft'
Shlooked after and Ma-aged.
.. .. ... YTears very trudy.
Monday and Tuesday The news of this promtioa wlt he
gratifying' to Oeal people aud Major
Glass pitchers only 10 cents. Look Nash's friends everywhere. H.+ hs.
t their window. been in service a long U me, d IS e-
SPCIAL ARLY BREAKAT servedly considered one of Ute aost .et-
SPECAL EARLY BREAKASTS fient others In the state. His
-, . --n r trie-ads hope and beleve'there ae fut-
-Tho.e ,wishing extra early bre"a- other pro--otions in store for him
ftats can get some at the Elk Cafe, as
early as 4:30 if they desire. THE BACCALAUREATE SERMON

The baccalaureate sermon to the
THE Ai nA RlD M senior class of the Ocala High School
| will be preached next Sunday morteg
at the Methodist church at 11 o'lock
---- by Rev. R. H. Barnett.

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CL; lL VAsAJIs., Saturday afternoon, Mrs. William
-Powers entertained the Young Ladles'
The Best of teratt..r. Card Club at her attractive home oa
rThe Bet of internment Furusb- Watula street. Until last winter Mi
ed by Home People Powers. has always been a popular
.W PICTU.RE.V .. DAY member of the club and this wTnter
NEW PICTURES EVER DAY she has been Invited to almost every
S -- -., meeting. Saturday she ]ad the club
Doors Open at 7:P p. members spend the attenoA as her
... ... . guwts, which was indeed a treat to
Music by the Orchestra Between Aots each. h
The four tables were placed n the
Admisiom 10 and S Celts parlor and dining room and the game
were played with a great deal of mirth.
Program for this Eveneag Miss itobinson And Miss Mamie Tay-
A FIGHT FOR FREEDOM lor made the highest scores and for
TOY AT,, GART I, this distinction they were given pretty
TO.Yand useful little pin cushlona, cut In
THESE GENTLEMEN ARE MY the shapes of the four suits ivcards.
FRIENDS At the conclusion of the playing de-
/THEY WOULD PLAY CARDS I lious cream, cake, mints and gginer
THE WHIRLPOOL !were served by the hostess assisted LV
ITE R ,BTROTAT her mother. Mrs. P. p. Harris.
THE BETROTHAL This, the last/time the club mem-
bers' will play together until next
m. W. TUCIER, w lETM winter, was enjoyed by The following
members: Misses Sarah MeCreery
S . .. Meta Jewett, Valeta Potter, Susie Port
"Margaret and -Mamle Taylor, Ethel
HOUSES FOR RENT Roblison. Esther Weathers, MrL C. H.
Modern cottages, all conveniences, Lloyd. Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. S anford
well located and new. Apply to Joe- Jewett, Mrs. E. T. Hfelvenston, Mrs.
eph Bell, at court house. Harvey Clark. Mrs. C. 8. Cullen and
Mrs. J. M. Dell of Gainesville.
is soon turned to a saa one if he hasA
to walk the floor every night with a .. .........fIt
crying baby. McGee's Baby Elixir There will be three reels of pictures
will make the ch,,d well-soothe it. at the Air Dome this ev&,g a
mighty good 26-cent show for a dime.
nerves. Induce healthy, normal slum- m
ber. Best for disordered bowels and ..... ..

sour stomach. All teething babies need
it. Pleasant to take, sure, and safe,
contains no harmful drugs. Pytce 25
and 50 cents per botde at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore.

Home on OTiawaha avenue known
as the Spellman House, for rert. Ap-
ply to A. G. Gates. 4-14-tf

Mrs. Sanaford jewetta wa te de-
llghtful hostess of the Baptist Bew-
Ing Circle this afternoon at her cosy
little cottage. The members present
enjoyed greatly the afternoon sewing
and conversing, which terminated by
the hostess serving delicious refresh-
ments suitable to a warm afternoon.
Mr. E. P. Thagard returned this
morning from Jacksonville, where he
went to see his sick daughter, Miss
Ellen. who is an inmate of the De-


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The lovers of real good soeawjr ,'
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which is why w bhit It
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SanitaCASTORrIA i" m.." e YOUNG Fr KV.tAA w
CASTOR Wednesday for appendicitis. Stuay Last eve
was the crucial day and she passed It Robert ion entertill 41 iZM.
beautifully and now she Is on the hig of their yom M e d at te b :mt
way to r'.:overy. the latter, Hyde Pa r -i wili
Bears the j Jolly slapjack party. Ct lws.
Miss Ellep Clarkson. the handsome used ,fo ,decorat lA. A the binai t'
Signature (f /S4!w'y47 jand bright daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rived they were .erved eUsefs ttR
Harry B. Clarkson, will leave for Mas- punch from -a dainty ie ta
AT THE VARIETY STORE sachushett immediately after the close the recept- a. sV O.-.--
.of the high school term, being a pupil penheirer weon the 0i a W- a imV:
Monday and Tuesday in the 11th grade and also one of Mias box of andy, ad tiM' a''
Glass pitchers only 10 cents. Look Byrd Wartmann's promising music awarded Wilam a b a a
at their window. scholars pair of slipprm Matic w W/pl '
ant feature and m i M dMg+i
LOST-A pair of gold rimmed eye The AirgDome was crowded aturday ang of erea sand ae shVeo* e ~ -*-
glasses. Lost Monday on South Sec- night td the entertainment was s"a- om rm s "
ont street between Mr. Chasal's new perb. The sea picture brought a wave Mrp. obert Nela. ti r S
building and A. C. L. railroad. Finder of salt air most refreshing, and tr of Mr. and Mrs. &. K W
will be suitably rewarded. Leave at funnygraphs brought down thehonse sd in Oloae tw^-yiis ag .
Star office. 6-12-St Ocala couldn't get along very well ." S .
-- without the Air Dome. -
..- Col. ,ohn M, Z[Mie esJ u aM..
If you expect to get the original ... .. ohn "- wn P t a "*,
CIsf.dou Witch azel Salve, you.. Mr. R. L. Reed, wife and daughter, tin this mo~,-la to h -4 06w-.-
amst tle sureit is l-tt-s abl--- Miss Corinne Reed,. have arrived In gathering his bm ,
Witch Hazel Salve. It Is good for the city from the north and are bo ard- ben .-- wasd.--. --.
'uts, burnamand bruises, and is espec- ing at Mrs. L R. Knight's. Mr. Reed Ing a small-pro.ft,'W ..... m
laly good for plies. Refuse sabti- will take a special agency with the ing big in th p"a L Si
tutes. Sold by all druggists. A. Harper Piano Co..
Mr. Sam Pyles, who has been under ,Mr. C. H. Dame returned yesterday! Mathews In Oklaboma, Mr. W l
Mr. Alfred Owen in the undertakingfrom Cocoa, West Palm Beach and Dodson wilf'i his pleW at u.
parlors of McIver & MacKay, learningDelray on the East Coast, where he tendent and have chare of the O t00l
the business, has gone to Augusta, Ga. Greatly strengthened the Woodmen Steam Lawadry.. .
to perfect himself in this work. camps.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayes left today Mrs. William Marcus returned to her returned to their home ka
for a week's visit to Thomasville, Ga. home in Savannah, Ga.. saturday after Bunday. Mrs. DetFs visi* 4to
They were accompanied as far as j a visit of s,-veral weeks in thim city mer home was AUlled with l' .
Jacksonville by Mr. ani Mrs. J. B. with her son-in-law and daughbtF, Mr.; parties given in her honoe.
Gwynn, who came up trom Orlando and Mrs. Marcus Frank. l

Miss Alice Yonge went to Jackson-
ville this morning to pay a week's visitA
to her sister, Mrs. Otto Mente. and ,(r in Tampa the last althis eek.
brother. Mr. R. E. Yonge, Jr. y Mr. and Mra. ,oe m f1 e b t

children returned yesterday -afternoon r tey w. jo r.
trom Abbeville, S. C., where they were .owns auoverym-e 1.. ..-
called on account of the death of Mr an e N S1
McIlwaine's brother. Mr. Hugh Mc- I wi I tMrSw. .. "W a
A--alne.- ,A_ : ;/German Valley *murngl. tbi ../f

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Jones. who have ter p Michar wB the bt' t
been visiting friend, in Taylor. La- \ y h grandparents ng e m,, sg
fayette and Suwannee counties, re- absence.
turned home Satur4aar and tomorrow f ,-. s mm.. t..& r Aff' A i ,'

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epntented, iome-makers, but there
vacant lots, at a moderate price
those who wish to take up their &
with us, and if they are honest
industribos we will bid them welc
"Come thou. with us and we wl
thiec good."'--avares Herald.
Will be Given Tomorrow by B
Sara to the Officers and Men o
the Mississippi
Baton Rouge, La., May 16.-So
what chagrined at the accounts
elaborate banquets and balls giver
officers and men of the battle
Mississippi at New Orleans. B
Rouge and other points, the chaln
of the reception committee at the t
village of Bayou Sara. where the
saissippi is scheduled to stop Tues
wired Capt. Fremont as follows:
"This is a. hell of a place to re<
anybody, but we will do the besl
The telegram gave great amuser
to Capt Fremont and the other
cers of the battleship.
A correspondent wired: "Will I
necessary for civilians on the ba
#hip to wear high silk hats and f
coats during the day reception
Bayou Sara?*
And straightway came the ansi
"Not necessary to wear anything al
Come ahead."
Reports of Massacres Were as U
Adna- May i -The estimates

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TAHA N--fI[i

Tavares the county seat of
county. Is most beautifully situat
a strip of land betfwe two
Lake Dora on the south, a
sheet of water, two miles wide
ilte the town, is between ave as
miles long, and in the hot monti
breezes from the south blowing a
this body of water keep the
much cooler than other towns I
On the other hand. Lake Eusl
the north, protects the town fro
cold northern blasts in the v
months, so Tavares orange
bloom and bear while those in le
verwd sections suffer from a cold
These two lakes, connected
stream called in loal! parlance
canal," but which is really a pi
the Oklawaha river, are full of
especially near the ends of the
and afford rare sport to visitors
savory and wholesome variety b
menu of the inhabitants. A fli
is one of the most enjoyable o
nics and is a favorite pastime
and indulged in frequently, both
mer and winter.
Qua!]. squirrel and doves aboi
the vicinity of the town in the I
ning of the season, but soon
that the men with "fire sticks
enemies to be dreaded and avoid
The town boasts an improve
association, to which men, women
children belong, the only requisi
membership being a live inter
the welfare of the community.
Ings are held once each month
work day appointed with a lead
supertntend the work-and an a
priation is made from the funds
hands of the treasurer to pay fo
ored help in doing the hardest
A sumptuous dinner is served t
ladies and the town turns o
mp ssee to enjoy it and the social
sawnt under the spreading oaks.
There are two church organize
Methodist and Congregational, an
church building. Congregational.
vices are conducted by a Metb
minister once a month and a res
pastor of the Congregational c
occupies the pulpit the rest of
time. All the services are attend
the members of both churches ar
Sunday School, Y. P. S. C E
Junior League are undenomlnati
The school is graded and pre
over by two efficient teachers
have about forty children under
Two stores-general merchant
and a meat market apply the 1
needs of our people.
The town is on the seaboard
ine between Orlando and Wild
also on the Atlantic Coast Ln
tween Sanford and Leesburg, wt
is the termigus of the Tavares &
R. R., which runs thru one of
richest farming sections of the
Six northern malls arrive daily a
is easy to get to any part of the
ty or state on one or the other a
The town is small, but substa
The court house, a ,two-story
structure Is surrounded by a neat
fence, set In cement with ci
walks traversing the grassy yard
new commodious fire proof vaul
fords ample protection for the co
records for years to come. In the
of the court house enclosure Is
county jail which is of modern
struction and is built of bri k,
and cement with steel cells and is
clean and well ventilated.
There are five other brick bull
including the hotel and the far-f
opera house.
This splendid building has i
been finished, a disastrous ire
ing out a large part of the v
when the outside was comp
therefore no opera troupe has ha4
pleasure of appearing before an
dience within its walls.
Some day it will be utilized for
er purposes. It could be turned
a splendid hotel, overlooking the
and with a fine view from the \
stories of the Apopka mountains
numerous lakes nearby.
As for a place to live and
one's self, on one could ask a bett
he has simple hooe tastes.
Everyone talks of the "Tavares
Ily" and each and every member
ready to assist the other, nembe;
the family, for we all are brethren
The houses, neat and attractive
flowers, are all occupied by chei







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Best Medium Priced Hotel in the City.

Table is always supplied with the best the market affords.
Skilled cooking, cAreful attention to the wants of the guests.
Good rooms and comfortable beds.

Special Rates by Week or ModL.

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