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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 18, 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: VID03170
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14, N. M.




ATTAK A -U f. kA

YOU GET IT HERE! I wn- Clob *o- r -='_e_ D*andO

Potato Chips, 15c., two for 25r.
Imported Swiss Cheese 40. d
I pound Cans Presto Prunes 1 1 each.
2 Pound Cans Presto Prunes s.* each.
Presto Prunes are fine Califernia
fruit and ready for use. Try a ten.
Herring Roe 1 pound Cans, 100,
Herring Ro:, 2 pound Cans, 15a.
Asparagus Tips, 25c. a Tin
Argo Salmon 20c, two for oe.
Black Pepper in glass. Nice for the
table, 10c. each.
Pineapple Chunks. Fine goods, 0o.




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

U IWeastgt
Tallahasee, FIs., May 18.-The first'
sero break between the governor
and any member of the legislature
erame yesterday when Seator John S.
Beard, of .Ascambla. in a bitter and
vigorous speech denounced Governo,
Albert W. Gilchrist on the floor of the
on last Saturday Govefnor Gllchrist
seat a special message to the legis-
Iature, in which he went into the
Wailes claim matter himself. He del
led deep lnto the records, and his
message thoroughly reviewed every
phase of the question, as shown by
the existing records. It Is probably
the most complete summary that has
ever been submitted in the matter.
In his final summing up the govern-
or upheld that the state is only con-
cerned with the claim of Colonel
Walls. and has nothing to do with
the beirs of the Beard estate. He
urged thL. the $26.000 offered by a
form- legislature be made available
so that Colonel Waelles can obtain it
regardless of the attitude of the Beard
heirs, and to then settle with them as
they see fit between them.
This measure .greatly angerOt Sen-
ator Beard. who on Saturday after-
noon declared that Gilchrist had gar-
bled the records of the Wailes claim,
and promised that Monday he would
make a sensational attack on the gov
This the senator from Escambia did
yesterday, declaring that Gilchrist had
offered a gratuitous insult to his
(Beard's) father. Senator Beard pro-
ceeded In a denunciatory speech on
Plorida's chief executive that caused
a sensation. -
Shortly after Beard's attack Gov-
ernor Gilchrist sent a message to the
legislature In which he says that
Beard's insult was inexcusable, and he
asked for a committee of fte to make
a compete investigation. This com-
mittee wll be appointed, and other
sensational developments 'are expect-

We offer One Mundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hal's Catarrh
Cure. JF. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, 0.
We. the undersined, have known
F. J. Cheney fr the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly h notable in all
business transa-'tions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price. 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for coneti-

Gainesville's Famous Team Will
be Ready to Phy Ball.


Gainesville. May 1i.-Manager Hen-
ry Davis. of baseball fame. states that
he will be ready to begin the organi-
zation of his famous Oak Hall ball
team within the next few days. In
fact. he already has several men se-
sured. and. is only waiting for the rest
of the state to get busy and organize
before puttinehis men to work, which
will be not later than the first of next
Very little outside assistance will
have to- be gotten together, as their,
are some of the best baseballists in
thet state now making GaInesvIlle their
home, and who have good position&.
and will play for all they are worth
in all the contests.
Watson, with a few of the other old-
time favorites,. will soon. join the
forces in Gainesville. and would al
ready have shown up, but Manage
Davis advised him to wait until th<
first of the month.
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr
E. W HflH l.M Alive Street St.

TERMS, CASH. at nesdache, as wen as oler women.
but all get quick relief and prompt HOUSE FOR RENT
care from Dr. King's New Life PillI For rent an eight-room residence
L F I A fC K tthe world's best remedy for sick and well located on Stouth Third street
*... r a inv3erve headaches. They make pure Appls to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph.
Sbl. and strong serves and build up at the Montesuma hotel.
Dental Surgemon r h hem e at ,all
oKwne S r alrad-- nA = -T inN-,, Is the fial condition of any ond that worms-If It lives. Think of hay-
a. Mr. Taft Will Re si ial AttU Ing something in your stomach that
Offce hours: 8 to 12. .; 1 to e.. ats all you take as nourishment Nine
5 p. m. .. .- .. tenths of the babies have worms, may
TERMS. CASH. te Hiytote Ciy. be yours has. Be certain that 't has
.... -. Petersburg, Va., May 18.-President not by giving It White's Cream Ver-
Taft wl be greeted with a salute of mifuge-it expels all worms and s a
twenty-tone guns when he enters Pet- tonic for the baby. Prie 25 cents, at
TUE .U*r l R n" b arg on May 19 to be a guest at the AnU-Monopoly Drugstore.
ITHE 0 M EROIALys two ftnotions after attending the un-
Velting of the monument erected to the
mepory of Gen. F. Hartranft and LW BAITES
BARBER r.t th "members of 'his division of thr. vtWr the
Nint Army Corps, who fell during the FWAtIOARD AIB sRAN
ten months' liege.of this city in 1864-
opens into twe Lobby ot the ea 1 "--
House. The presldeatialalte fired from $1 7^5 Asheville, N. C., and return,
four pieces of artilleryfrom Norfolk account National Association T
Offers the very best service of Va. which will be stationed on the P. A. of America. Tickets on sale
skilled workmen with modern ap- outskirts of the eity, wfll be the first May 28. 29 and 30. Final limit
pliances. Strictly caltary. Meet* I the history of Petersburg. a city 30 days from but not including
fans, electric wPassages 8 yeatS for wA date of sale.
The escort for "M Oresldent. Mrs Hot Running Water M All Tt and their party will be composed ., Louisie, K., and return,
at peafderate. veteran headed .y account annual session Ancient
VINCENT C. DE nEtC, Mgir ee 1St tithBSollna, and several Arabic Order. Nobles of the Myu-
-,- huadia Peansylvania veterans, all of tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June
whoI will wear their military uni- 5, 6. 7 and Final limit June
tos. ,17, 1909.
C. J. P"ILLI Center Kill. Mansion will be the 117.5. Ashevine, N. C., and return,
R0 scene of the al fresco luncheon and account International Convention
otrator af laws fete in the president's hodror. Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on
n their stay n Petersbur, sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
Ambassador Jusserand and e2,9 .
i~ae. iMseraid and Admiral Charles Jee 25, 1909.
Plans and SpectflcatlhMs PFia d a bee, will be entertained by Mrs $14.25 Atlanta. Ga., anO return, ac-
Mary 0. Dulop, widow of David Dun- ''count American Association of
Upon Request. lop millionaire tobacconlst lia her pa- Opticians. Tickets on sale June
12 f T t istial Colonial and historic bome here 19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
125 ob Ttl Ot* tl oo l---and-- 1ia ii
Phone 1SO_. OCAla P A SMILE $17.85, Asheville. N. C.. and return.
A pretty hard thing to ac npnh account Dramatic Order Knights
wha yo's la, w Be and out of of Khorassan. biennial meeting.
rits. These is a r ere for all Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
qdg S kt a"d l Nver nm-* 11. Final aMmt July 26, 1909.
attemm ats .ad dysiapeps. 31.5-Memphis, Tenn., and return
Life A an ce Sfety a A yet account Interstate Cotton Seed
Life AssunnrIC6 01 atnoS U es Pce6k Crushers' Association. Tickets on
per W tae at te AtA-Mjomopoly Drug, sale May 16, 17 and 18. Final limit
f Va 10 storm. May 22, 100.
SThe BUa S s $6690--D.enver, Colo.. and return, ac-
DICARO THE DARKEY count General Assembly Presbyter-
-STRONGES IN T A Ian church of U. S. of Xmeri4a.
"STRONGEST IN THE WORL m1e. Ga. After Many Years Will Tickets on sale May 16. 17. 18 and
----- Whit Peetmaste. 19. Final limit to reach original
MISS FLORIDA CONDON. Waihlngtm. May 18.-President starting point October 31.
et Ab named white man as post- .--Savanna Ga., and return, ac-
eat l Mt a at sariSn, Os., a place which count General Assemby Presbyter-
m bad a u postmaster for m y Ian church In United States. Tick-
yeas J. R. Duham has been named
to succeed Ferinad M. Mann. col- eta on sale May 17. 18 and 19. Final
ore* limit June 2. 1909.
%. $125-Memphls, Tenn., and return,
RKV L W. WILLIPJSON'S LETTER account Annual Reunion United
a"y . w. Waunl oa, IHntington, Confederate Veterans. Tickets on
W Va.writes: "Ts is to -ertify sale June 5, S and 7. Final limit
that I have use P Wry ginemy Rem- June 4 but by depositing tickets
fy or Mservoui haanatIo and kid- with special agent Memphis between
W l a " elie and am free to say that June 4 and 14. extension may be
t wl ll W11 .o that y claim for It" had to July 1, on payment of fee of
Biea Kidn Sey eimedy has restored 50 CentI.
m alth and s"reeth to thousands of $ .S-Nashville. Tenn, and return,
wmkr, run donw pt pl Contains no account Annual Session Sunday.
Shar ul drugs aaI pleasant to take. School Congress and Young Peo-
*C rfby an dr05lft6. pie's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale
| -------- June 7, 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days
ME NE3li UCCRC O SWINSURN from. but not including date of sale.
-- $1S.5-Tuscaloosa. Ala. and return.
All c eful S Fnme May 8.-tRead Ad- -acieunt summer school or teachers
mftal Swilburn. commanding the Pa- University of Alabama. kets on
wor~a~ a if e ,eet. reached the age of retire- sale June Q. 9. 12. 14. 19., 21, 28. .Iuly
ment yesterdayy and hauled down his 3rd and 6th. Final limit 15 days
Sn* tmagf the sagship West Virginia from date of sale. but by deposit-
,arating the eoasmand over to Bear Ad- Ing tit.kets with special agent
al'tal Urtel Sebree, who took com- Tuscaloosa not later than 15 days
,-- mand ef the eet. Sebree raised his from date of sale, extension may be
-Woman wVh* sUfer arSe. g over the cruiser Tenessee. had to September 30. on payment of
re headaches and a fee of $1.
es de to torpid tr, I .verybody ts likely o have kidney aLO--Nashvllle. Tennz. and return,


An Indeterminate Sentence of Eight'

to Sixtees Years for Killing
Wm. E. Anais

Flushing. N. Y.. May 18.-Capt Pe-
ter C. Halns was sentenced yesterday
to serve an indeterminate sentence of
eight to sixteen years in prison for. the
killing of William E. Annis.
The sentence reads: "At hard labor
In the state prison."
Hans' counsel moved for a new trial
on the ground that the verdict was
against the weight of evidence, and
contrary to law.
The question of Jurisdiction was
also raised. which th- court declined
to consider. Hains seemed dazed
when called to the bar for sentence
The judge said the defendant had had;
a fair trial, and was ably defended '
and that the jury found the verdict
commensurate with the requirements
of the law. General Hains and Major
John P. Hains, father and brother
who were in court, displayed much
emotion when the captain was sen-
tenced. Hains was given twenty-four
hours In which to file an appeal, and
was remanded to the custody of tl.

Plenty of Coala Readers Have






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tax the kidneys-overwork
can't keep up the continual

The back gives out-It aches and
Urinary troubles set in.
Don't wait longer-take Doan's KM-
nev Pins.
P. P. Anick, Elm SL. Sanford. FIa.,
says: "I have used Doaa's -Kidney
Pills and can say that they are a
superior kidney remedy. My. work
brings quite a strain on the back
and a* a result, I suffered a great deal
from backache. I would become so
lame at times that I could hardly
straighten and mornings upon arising,
could Just about get around. I tried
plasters and liniments but the relief
they brought was only slight and
temporary. When I learned of Deoan's
Kidney Pills, I obtained a box and
found that they acted Just as repre-
sented. When I had used the con-
tents of this box the backache had
ceased and my back felt stronger."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.%
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price N
cents. Fbter-Milburn Co., Buffaf,
New York. sole agents for the Unite0
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

On account of the fact that I am
building a speed launch for use on the
springs, I will sell the launch "Merry
Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to me
or to R. D. Mathews, at the laundry.
5-4-tf Frank Mathews, City.

Hoarseness, bronchitis and other
throat trouble are quickly cured by
Foley's Honey and Tar as it soothes
and heals the i..lamed throat and
bronchial tubes and the most obslnate
cough disappears. Insist upon having
the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar.
Sold by all druggists.

Offlice-Second Floor The Munroe &
Chamblis Bank Building, Ocala,
Florida. '
Telephones---Offce, 222; Residence.
Ofce Hours-9 to 12 a. .; 2 *o 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:80 p. m.

lonteiina Barbershop

In Connectie With the Hotel Offce
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to a1l. Special attention to




P. O. Bex 44.


J. FORT, Proprietor
Rates reasonable. All goods press-
ed and cleaned on short notice and
delivered promptly. All transient
work not called for in 30 days will
be sold for charges.
. --w.o- ,


S-- D. S.

Sold On Eael

Woodrow or me at onoe if you want .ne u thei

Real Estate ani losmance

Holdup and Smashup of a Passenmer
Train in Washington on the
Northern Pacific.
Spokan(-. Wash.. May 18.-Following
the hold-up of a Great Northern pas-
senger train by six bandits between
Colbert and Meade. last night, twelve
persons were injured when the loco-
motive and the mail car. cut off from
the rest of the train were run back
wild by the bandits, after they. had
rifled the malls of art-- unknown
amount, and collided with the rest of
the train.
When the train reached Colbert latE
last night, while the crew was busy
with switching, two men sprang into
the cab and thrusting revolvers
against the breasts of the engineer
and fireman ordered them to do as
commanded. The engineer and fire-
man complied and the mail cars wer'
cut off from the rest of the train by
four other robbers. The locomotive
and mail car then ran up the track s
few miles.
The engineer and his fireman were
forced to leave the cab. Twoef the
robbers went to the door of The mall
car and ordered It opened. Their
command was obeyed by Benjamin F
Stumpf, mail clerk, who was hurried
away from the cars with the engine-
men by a dosen revolver shots. Man-
ning the locomotive themselves, the
outlaws tooks the mall cars down the
track and looted the registered mail
Then they started the locomotive back
toward the rest of the train and es-
Conductor C. L. Robertson cut in a
telegraph wire to send word .o Spo
kane. While he was telegraphinr a
half hour after the locomotive and the
mail cars had disappeared, he saw the
powerful locomotive careening toward
the coaches in which many were
asleep. Many of the passengers knew
nothing of the hold-up until awaken-
ed by the collision.
f As soon as Conductor Robertsor
realized that a collision was imminent
he called upon the brakemen and
porters to aid him. While the con-
ductor and another man threw a tie
across the track, a brakeman stood
ready to board the cab as soon as the
shock of the collision checked the
impetus of the wild locomotive. None
of the pa.-seng-rs were fatally hurt.
While It is reported that the ban-
dits obtained as much as $20,000. rail-
road officers and mail inspectors sa)
the amount is not known.

Win. Upchrch, of Glen Oak, Oka-.,
was an exile from home Mountain j
air. he thought, would cure a frightful
.ung racking cough that had defied all
remedies for two years. After six
months he returned death dodging his
steps. "Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery." he writes,
"'and after taking six bottles I am. s
well as ever." It saves thousands
yearly from desperate lung diseases.
Infallible for coughs and colds, it dis-
pels hoarseness and sore throat. '
Cures grip, bronchitis, hemorrhages,
asthma, croup, whooping cough. 5e

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Are the merchants, the .IaronleSa an d
the city, the farmers of the saer" atSg t11
We accommodate all lts..a Ot I
women who have built ad are s ha
We solicit a share of your bw4etaLs.
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R. R. CARROLL. Bsinhm es N
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If the editor of the Banser wlt
please explain how vltriled brick paVr.
wents and a sewer system will mar-
Ocala grow In leaps and bounds sI
will confer a great favor on blia1t1lbh
hundreds of Its people. It takes UreS
than these to make towns grow. TOR
must produce and becomne'distrlbOmr
of the products of labor ad otherwise
to ta-ske a town grow. As Major Iar
well remarked In a late meeting of the
board of trade, when Mr. Restins -*
ver Springs railroad project to this
city was discussed, he showed mon-
clusively that It took employment .a
labor to make a town grow. Tou can
pave the city of Ocala with bricks '
gold and have a slIver-lied sewer
system, but If you have not produetie
labor to utilize the raw material ef
your country, no good but great finan-
cial disaster would come to the towLn
Too true, too true.

The young lady or the young man
receiving one of the souvenirs of the
United Confederate Veterans' reunion
to be held In Memphis, Ten., nest
month, will Ipdeed have something to
cherish and excite the admiration of
all who see It. The ,adles" souvenir Is
in the form of a Winlnie Davis medal,
of Ivory tint and exquisitely wrought.
It is made to hang from a chain ana
contains a handsome plate glass mir-
row. The men's souvenirs are in the
form of an ivory paper cutter, nearly
a foot long and topped by a delcatly
carved bust of General Nathan Bed-
ford Forrest. the "wizard of the sad-
die." Both articles are Imported, be-
ing made In Germany and as souve-
nirs are always in demand. '

In the bread and cake baking con-
test an exhibit will be made at the
Ocala Seed Store, Martin & Carn pr-
prietors, tomorrow afternoon at I p.
m. Great interest Is evinced In thi
contest as to what woman in Ocala or
Marion county can bake the best bread
or cake. So far fully 26 contestalts
are in the field. There wl be a crowd
present to learn to whom the Judges
will award the prizes.

Mr. C. H. Dame, speaking yesterday
of the canning factory at Delray, sail
they were running on full time packing
tomatoes and pineapples and paYaWd
75 cents a crate for the latter. He said
that section had lately been visited
with fearful rllns and as a conse-
quence the prairies and low comaPtry
had been overflowed, crope ruined and
many people forced to abandon theie

We hear with since regret of the
serious Illness of Judge Wyne, of
Easutlake. Dr. Henry came to his re-
lief and be was some better yesterday.
We wish him a speedy reewery.

Mr. Will Luceus brought a 7%-
pound melon to the Mentesuma eSn-
day evening from his -acere patch.
He had others that weighed fully 3
pounds. He will have a car for habp-
ment the last of this week.

Mr. Wa. Shockley, the tomato and
chicken raiser of Lowell, was to town
yesterday with a load of chickens
for which he found a ready sale. He
said some way or another, the chicken
business this spring was not the -4-
cess It has been for several sbesm
past The chicks have not done well,
too many dying. He oposee to re-
coup his loses i tomatoes.
Meears. E. K Perkins ad I H.L
Bright, with the MoKean Lumber Co,
Silver Springs, spent Sunday Ia the
Breick City and dined at the Moeatestu-
ma hotel.

The Galnesville Sun says Dr. W. C.
Rice of Coleman, was visiting friends
In Gatnesville, prior to leaving for
South Carolina to claim a bride. The
Star's best wishes .follow the doctor.

J. C. Howell, the big farmer at Oak
and Anthony, was In town Saturday
and his face was wreathed In smile
He remarked that he had Just com-
pleted the harvesting of zN acre of us
cats as ever was Introduced to the
knives of a 0owing machine While

he was harvesting he had views taken
of the work, which later he will have
cuts made from and Insert the same
In the Star to show his Iowa and
Kansas friends that oats can be rals-
od successfully In Marion county.

Mr. Singleton of Waycroes. Interest-
ed In the Theus-Zachry Furniture Co.
Is In the city to look after his business
Interests and take a fshlag trip with
his friend. "Peter Paul" In the unmper
waters acro thss ragng."
Mr. M. L McQualg and wife of Fort
McCoy. were shoppers In town today.
Mr. McQualg Is a merchant of Fort
McCoy and said the big Rents amill
was running on full time and that
trade is very satisfactory with him.

Mr. A. W. Tongue, of aPFlreld who
was attending to bushne la Ocala
yesterday, reported that everything
was to the good In his section;. that
the cabbage growers had landed right
side up and the beanannd cuke men
bad made some money, while the love
apple producers expect a very -mtel-
factory return of the filthy lure; that
the W. 0. W. cae of the place wanV6
a highly a-steftetory state, growing
steadily In numbers and Influene.

Mr. A. D. Mitebell of Summerleld
was called to Ocala today as a wttess
before Judge Bullock to a trespass cuae
In which McCrocken vs. Mller, color-
ed are Involved. Mr. M tehel sal huis
crop of melons was the eoetlest he has

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the ae e. ase m was ais-

Sat ber in. ats h gw-ted
pease had be"s m am th e Jury.
& P-mThe ase i Iserdon.eR ft

seam^r. 03W ,_ws itfk^M Dna
nme, pepe a"usea w awti

raduteds te Ther-ee T abiL Mas

d ebate lan tfgh the entire afthe

aenoon e booee yesterday killed the
al prmasry bill which wai planri-
ed to eimnate the second primary
from the present primary *tem. Tied.
B wa do b.wrdened down with

regtatine *Neey of Leon had pre.
paed the ll, takln the be.t po on
of evePa bilY I.troducd MIce the open.-

ing of the -eton and combining them
into the one me r.
n the senate a portion of the morn-
g lnd as oef e afternoon w.- taken
debap with a tight over the Cone afat

,uaormity of e te o bm ad

The eCreary comaty uniformity bflB
eioon the same pesterdayon akill the two
ped to eliminate k and neck
Speaker a of the house Intro-
dn the presenduatd erimary sysce tax bil
which has o burdeed mc own with
tya The that It se palled a bill by
ay of Bakerill, making anthe best portion

taos for a monument on the Olastee
of ttleveld, where t se the opena-
meingt of the war mbin inorda wathem

S ^ r
Intot the one measured
up *Ith a fIht over he Cone sate

Sillisorb. i >!ed i i
heunift ity of scool textbooks and

it wafaly Pa ed on third reaedin.
anThey ad county unifnaoity bill
s I have hm mpositi on an& the two

speaker to rrisofd the house intro-
dued a graduated Inheritance tax bill

which at f. o. b. wend much interest.
T l i in fo In ever thir-
sThe house passett d a bIMsl eby
a ly of Baker, making an approprima-
for a t onumedto t on t he Oue

I attleleld, where the we iese an-
meea tof e t eheCivil war in lfe was

o Int t o, eand d DS ot

aa W i tho per le at the At-
ndim As*Wkm ot1b

I toie hilw. he Iof-t be its
-aw eSe t"hatis and MR ea IAsta
Pas sThe X Xl tFetnk ae ae.

St able ii. TiPsekthe Oart eb sad iss;
my ea eqWy wUnthaSntor l"s
ae be04mm IN oh-at bwIseam

vaed -all W o Wan the Ioa 9fte beR


t S. IL Cauthen.

tandler ka*mMy 1 S0"a
It. P Piefuntto, t&% asreadmafo

Crops are looking fne not-with-
tanding I being so dry.
Mr. a&d Mrs. A. 8. J. Walace and
little Mr. frnest made a pleasant vislt
to Martel Sunday, the guest of Mrs.
Wallaces parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Miller. and also attended services at

Mr. R. H. Cleveland made a flying
trip to the Brick City saturday.
Mr. MerMtt Morris made a call
In Martel Sunday ateroon and at-
tended services at night.
Mr. A. 8, J. Wallace made Mr. J. W.
Morrismon a call Mondy evening.
A fine rat would be very much ap-
preciated as everything Is suffering
for water.
Mrs. J. W. Morrises and charming
little Jease made Mi. A. S. J. Wallace
a pleas-nt eal Saturday evening.
Master Svester Brower of Lakeland
is spending a while with relative.
* Sr. and Mrs. Leak. Blae Bir.
DeWr's Little ar y Risers, the fa-
meo little i Uver psil. mail, gentle
and sure Sold by aN druggists.


^perk -s -ie Wais^r

Reliance spark plag produce a
more Intnse spark than any. other
pag. Take battery power than
ay other Are alulately oe t


(Abbevile. (A C.) Medium May 1-.)
Hugh P. MeBwaine was born at Ab-
beville. Jan. 3, lU, and had spent
b entire life here. where he leaves
friends without number to cherish his
Some years ago be enAtered the mer-
eantle buginew. and by care nd in-
dastry had become one of the rising
young merchants In this place.
As secretary of the Young Men's
Bible Class he was traded and honor-
ed. Possessing a willing sprit and
much *,"tk*-m. he was doing a no-
be work In the Sabbath school. He
was also a devoted member of the
Presbyterian church, having been an
usher there for a number of years. He
will be truly missed. both In church.
as a Mason and on our streets.
at 9 o'clock Friday morning a large
crowd of people assembled In the
Presbyterlad church to pay a last trd-
buate of respect to the dead. The fun-
eral services were conducted by Rev.
F. W. Gregg, assisted by Rev. E. B.
The choir sang "In the Hour of
Trial," "Nearer My God to Thee" and
"Asleep In Jesas" at the church, while
"My Faith Looks Up to Thee" and
"Jesus Lover of My Soul" were sung
at the grave.
The pall bearers were the members
of the Young Men's Bible Class. The
active ones were J. M. Nickles, J. S.
Morse, J. B. Devln. Lamar Richey
Stuart Baskin and Dr. A. L. Harvin.
and the honorary ones were C.
Mares, M. Hpp. George MacKay. J
Rayford Power, Gus Sampatls. S. G.
Parthemos, Irwin Gilmer, Claude L
Cochran, Sam Cooper and Walter
Kirby. 'The interment was at Long
Cane. where he rests in peace beside
loved ones gone before. The floral
offering were beautiful, attesting the
high esteem In which he was held.
Mr. Mcllwalne is survived by his
widowed mother, two brothers, Will-
11am Mellwalne of Ocala, Fla., and Ed-
ward McDwa"ne of Charlotte, N. C.
and three alsters, Mrs. Albert Muller,
of Greenwood. Mrs. D. W. Richardson,
of Green, and Miss Orene Mcllwaine,
who in a student at Wynthrop. Owing
to the distance Mr. and lrs. William
Mcflwalne could not get here until af-
ter the funeral.
With profdind sorrow we extend to
the heartbroken mother, sisters and
brothers our deepest sympathy.
Those om a, distance to attend the
funeral ere: iW. and Mrs. Albert
Muller of Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs
Will Mellwalne, of Ocala, Fla., Mr. Ed
Mcllwalne of Charlotte, Rev. D. W.
Richardson. of Greer. Miss Orene Mc-
Dwalne of Winthrop. and Mrs. Cooper
Mrs. Budrotte and Mis Lla Budrotte
.*f Greenwood.

Talaa-ee, as., May IL-In a tel-
egram to Speaker Farris, which was
read to the House yestrday,Senator
Taoaferro charges that the report of
the special pas investigating commit-
te ha done him a grace Injustice
whien It altios him am one of those
on the lst. e o states that he baa
neither accepted, sought nor used a
pas since the federal rate law went
Into effet.

W weman who has perioddiel ha
Ischle, backasch, see Imeginzy dark
spao ra eesloIng or dating before
her eyes, diwtemdslau tor heavy
fall heIntlg 3 eh. faint spehsl drag.
glng^owqnjAlUgai lower abdma1 -

anlvis eehe

USwhWminesal Wcianco fSr the cure o
wOmai'sn ar a-ment e 1ter into lie
SNo alcohol, harmful, aa
t-forel g itoo be found in the
a pointed on each
boale-wnaper ad attested under oathM
In any edith of the female sysji,
Dr. Poee's Favorite Plrescrlpto r do
al good-never harm. Its whole ewect
is to I0 n flgrat and regulate
he whole fe ad eespiael
pelvis oaa. en a
fto in tale affeled by di e
theO toomh and other o--ans of digeiola
become ympatheticaly dra1nge8l to-
rvwe wakmed, a-ld ajoag it
ad. -A symptoms loW. To
mu ma t not be of this *Fa-
vofIto PTemanpteon." will ms perform
Md": WNt M a tam-mo *ed-
token oIn tum, and thus the ospe-Ig
tble and the mrguon's knlls may be
w men the rom diseases of lgs

is heArln ica velphe h et E 0h .
Mlrntlan o I= coaut Dsor"

wcn I 0oe rniKAw AH y nentoer o'nn
hed t and sacredly
wounde, ris. Cd Dr. V. Pores,
Dr. PIernh Medical Adviser 0OWaie
b0"t a a mf receipt og XI o

Modern coterptions, achlblacoiveniens, chap-e
well located and new. Apply to Joe-
epb. Bell. at court house.
horrified his granrouter pMrs. Maria
Taylor, of Nebo, Ky, who writes that.
when all thought he would dieW Busk-
len's Arnica Salve wholy cured him.
ifralllble for burns, scalds, cuts, cornm
wccnds, bruises. Cure fever sores,
bolls, skin eruptions, chilblains, chap-
pe4 bands. Soon routs piles. 25c at
ilt druggists.


'otUce is hereby given that the reg-

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To the People of Ocala A adaroii&Iity:..

If you think about its, minute yoa'll*~we&~


suit of iot

or $20 or $

$20 maybe

has may really be extravagant, e u aieuas

Mme $12 or $12 suit my~ not be worth the P1iej.

e wor& more than the price. ,Thwe's another Phane of, i.t,

important. The $10 suit may be worth $10 in actual quality, but buyik ,aat

then an e ravaat e; for many mm ought to wear btter clothes tha t

cause the clothes are not worth what they paid for them, but e i

worth ,mo

can sell yo

just lower I

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We,.anttoe in & a

a lower priced clothes if you may so; worth all w e s e'r

priced. But when we advise you to bU Ha, cbOffier A& )at

really giving you our best judge

OWal HounueBleck, Ocak florid&.

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Gleanings from the .report read by
the state secretary at the Tampa con-
vention, April -n2. /
At the convention In April. 1 in
Jacksonville records told a 8
ties a ls of seve during the I
April 1st, 10 statistic show that on S
the list of Toung People's socteti e
there were 56, a net gain of three, a -
better record than for several years
The following amven disandd:- -T I
East Jacksonville, Presbyterian; t i t
Presbyterian Tapa; Tangerine C-
gregational; Lake \Cty, Presbytrian:
and the union orgav wtloo at Parish;
at Oak Grove, a suburb of Tampa
and Owanita, Lee county, dropped
from the list from failure to report.
The lack of tnteLest nlt- by U t
the pastors probdy influence the
d)sbanding of t h thrde societies an
Tangerine too deeply missed its strong
leader. Mr. Geo. H. Wood, who died
during the year.
Ten new societes are counted, as
follows: Lakeliai, Presbyterian; Dade '
City, Presbyterian; Tampa. First Con-
gregational; Winter Garden. Congre-
gational; and the societies at Rin TzW ,
Glendale. Milton. Bagdad and Rodmap.
Palatka Presbyterians Joined the a s-
trict and state fenowshIp. also Free-
port's winter-time society in not count-
ed, or the society in the Preyteri
church of Lt. Petenburg orSganid
since April lst Plant City society re.
vived but ftaling to report until the& W
convention, cannot be put among the
last year societies In our report.
Fall statistics failed to come from
outside territory or Lake or Sumter
districts, but as closely as we can es-
timate there are now 1524 members in
the State Union's fifty-six Toung PeO-
pie's societle Of the se NO are ac-
tive. 121 honorary. W2 aociate* and "
111 absenL This gives a net gain of ai Ia
60 member. Such an Improvement
should encourage us in entering the
new year. I JL
The church denominations repre
sented are: Presbyterians. 14 socle- w
ties; Congretional. it: Chriso 7;
and Baptists, United Brethren and
Lutheran, each one society. The re-
malning 1t are union organizations.
Six districts held suecessal qevemn-
tions during the year. No such meet-
lugs came in Polk and DeSoto .Ato-
tricts and outside territory.
Officer for the seven districts. not ale Coleman;, m
counting the a t disbanded Maro k
and Citrus district, are: Northeast- strier ru
era district, president,. L Mmddip- ic. psim m utam
ton. and secretary, Missl d ith 6C armS Polk
Krook. both of Pomona. NEst Coast pee t. Mr. .
district, acting president. Mss Mary hande: W r.
Stewart, DeLand; secretary, Mim Co- W aEcV' L
rine Petton. Lake Helen. Lake and Mwat er es .
Sumter district, president. A. A. F a n .,...
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Qaea;so NO y90
toy. Tampa. No
president. F. P.
vile; scretar
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There are many 'vays in which it serves the
public, but the one, now/most valuable, per-
hlapl, is to lielp with loans. We will meet the
needs of cot.'ervative borrowers.

[he Munroe & Chambliss Bank

T. T. Munroe, Pres. Z. 0. ChamMlsW V. Pree.

A. EGerg. Cashier

Soda Water Time
Ice Cream Place

The Iv,'rs of reaJ good sbdawater
anl I. cream find ours touches the
spot for them. We aim at quality.
which Is why we hit their apprecla-
tion. The qallty of our confectionery
tiiakss it necessary to keep up the
reputati(lon of our store, and our soda-
v.ater and Ice cream does Just that.



Western Beef, Veal, Florida
Mutton, Armour's Star Ham,

Stall Fed Beef,
Armour's Pork

Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, 8panish Onions

Phone 108 Citt Market

The quali? you want, and84 that's
haways depen'lable, brings good re-
sults. A business is often Judged
by its stationery-if we've supplied IL a V
yours there'll,be no cause for au- BILL HEADS
easiness over the verdict. The
pocketbook argument of our sup
plies is as unanswerable as their
quality is unassailable. .i ait
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THE CiRIMeUm & S Cco. .



Messrs. J. R, Thomas and
Home of York, were guests
Ocala House yesterday. "


Mr. J. R. Moorhead went dowi
Inverness thif morning in the To
kins ft Cobi auto.
Mr. D. W. Tompkins went up
Pernandiia today to look at a lo
horses with a view of purchasing.
Mr. ~. D. Benon. Dunnellon an
B. Dell, GainesvUle, are guest of
Vcala House.
The Variety StMre had one of its
days yesterday and the clerks i
kept on the keen jump all day long
Mr. Ernest Lytle, the Stanton ora
grower, was Mt town today and sa
rain was greatly needed in his sect
A negro nflherMan at Crystal R
killed himself Saturday night by dri
ing a bottle of bay rum.
Mr. .1 M. 'eeiey, of Summerflel
in town today .nd reports a very
rene state of affairs in his section.
Mr. C. V. Robts, who spent a w
In Otala looking after his business
terests, has returned to Tampa.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonv
will sell any make of second-b
typwrter upon easy terms If desi
Mrs. C. A. fPort and Mrs. J. 0.
clus went down to Oklawaha this
ernoon to spend several days i
The three reels of pictures at
Air Dome last night were all good
were much enjoyed by the large n
her present.
Robert Stripling. the insurance n
went down to Holder this afternoon
business for his company, the Floi
Life. of Jacksonville.
Mr. Cecil Bryant of Belleview.
taken a position with hae H. B. M
tero Company in the calgclty of st
Fine candles, fresh stock Sch
singer's beat, in pounds and h
pounds, at Ballard's news and t
Dr. D. M. Boney telegraphs f
Tallahassee that the opteometry
has passed both houses of the legal
ture. and he will be home Thursd


have a most exquisite nHe
imported bina In imany
pieces. The AnUlMonol

graduating class. --
ille. Rev. Crawford Jackson, of Atlanta. One of the great est a h
ared secretary of the juvenile reform move- T-about the house is *Ike of r t l im -
ment. has been spending a week at Next regular monthlyImeeting WIcan hltetri1 Smooing Ire... Mast-1-
Homosassa fishing. He returned this monthly
meb held Friday evening. lune At, at ed ia a minute, AAYen 'm363nit
morning and reports great success. He7"30o'cloctYk in Yoms Hall. dat neverWsoflp or ed. ya" W-
L- left in the afternoon for Tallahassee to7 o'cloa Ie a] mothRn ers or siter one of trm e p
aft- further the passage of a Juvenile re- sovereigns are always w com e l and pr W. s o
art- form bill now before the legislature. C .. o show them to you.
with Chas. K. Sage Clark. w
Mr. F. W. Barse and wife and friend Have you seen the new vw tl- VA-
returned yesterday afternoon from an SKILLED PAINTING Sholes typewriter? &. C, Dae &to
the. auto trip to Orlando and Eustis, in the -- z raldents.
and Tompklns & Cobb machine. I am prepared to take any Job of
umr- painting, no matter how large or how PIANO TUNIN .
Mr. Heron Todd came down stairs small, or how fine the work desizrd i TnI ...
yesterday afternoon for the first time may be. I have the material, brushes Ten years experene umi n, -
nan. since he was taken sick. This will be and knowledge to paint and do It any music tenLk In eal. ,s '
r i delightful news to his many friends right. Houses painted inside and out. i hous In Jasoutvlla P a
rtda and although the fever has not entire- Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing, :28. A. IL TLAard. dty. 11-tt
ly left him. they hope he will soon be varnishing and lettering and sign 'IXAL -L .0d
well. painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.t ''_ -" -
has Write a card, care Camp Phosphate ----
gs- Mr. E. Stubbs of Augusta, Ga.. Company, or leave word at the Star "
ten- agent for the Atlantic Export Timber office. E. W. FIlyaw, Ocala Fla. tft a
Co.. is In town a guest of the Florida at i
House and will be operating In this THE OCALA WAGON WORKS 48
f section for some time. Offers its services and superior work-
rult nanship in the art of painting vehi-
SMrs. J. B. Webb and little son. of ei., of all kinds and classes. It has 6
Wigham. Ga.. after a short visit to Mr introduced Its specialty of painting au- w
rom and Mrs. F. W.~Ditto, returned home tomobiles. A sample of our work can
bill yesterday afternoon. be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
sla- RDavis' auto. Give us a call. '
Mr. Abe Ross, of the Withlacooebee
river, was in town Monday buying corn LAST NOTICE FOR COMPL; INTS
po for his work stock. The dry aseaeon of ----
last year cut his crop short. The city council will sit to hear corn- X
.. .. .. .. plants on tax assessments May 18, 4' ii


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Bottled lI Boni

One Quart $1.00

This is a choice, High Grade

privatee Stock lye Whkey
and we Fy irle it to
be as good as any bottled in
bond whiskey on the market,
that i sold for $1.50 a quart.

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Odd Fellows tonight.
Eagles meet tomorrow evenn
Mass meet Thursday night
Red Men meet Thurday eve
A. T. Yongue of Fairfleld. Is a
of the Montesuma.
Plank's Chill Tonei. guaranat
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. E. Voyle of Gainesville is a
of the Montezuma.
5 or 6 doses "W' will care any
of Chills and Fever. Price 26c.
Mr. T. B. Turner of Dutton.
guest of the Ocala House.
Miss Sue Barco. of Sunny I
was a shopper in tow;r this after
Mr. W. M. Brooks of Floral Ci
at the Ocala House.
Mr. J. A. Proctor of Holder is i
tered at the Ocala House.
Plank's Chll Tonic, guarantee
cure rdlus and fever, 25 cents.
Mr. W. H. McRainey of Wildwo
in town today.
Mr. J. W. Jackson of Plymouth
guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. John M. Graham was a bus
visitor to Dunnellon this afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McAteer
tak;n rooms at the Campbell Hou
Hr. Thomas H. Harris went u
Jacksonlville today.
5 or S doese "~W will cure any
of Chills and teyer. Price 26c.
Spatldin's Baseball Guide for
Just in at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. P. B. Bowle, the Star's effi
job foreman, is again able to b
work. but his wife is quite sick.
Mr. J. H. Halford. one of the y
farmers of the Electra section, wa
town today shopping.
Sam Fosnot. part of the Like
navay at Eastlake. was a bus,
visitor to the city today.
Mr. Archibald, the representative
the Standard Oil Company in Flo
w4s a business visitor to Ocala to
IL C. Davis & Co.. of Jackson
will sell any make of second-I
typewriter upon easy terms if des
Mr J. W. Ward of Floral City w
guest of the Ocala House yeste
and today.




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MrNathan May. of S mld .:
was In town this m atina a"d reported . . . ---
that Jerry BltckweB, the BeUdrew -
farmer and wood supply man,*ed .
mBade crop of watermelons lan d ia-- a
S near Lady Lake sad that he forwarded .
a car of melons Prday md to be ve bUi.ryi I C.P ..
fne melons aad the r to lea---
ng. thin section for market o 0e 1 'A
Mr. A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler. has W.
on display in one of his show windows E: 1
a new and very handsome line of the
ed to famous Pickard hand-painted china In "--7- .+ 1- ..
quite a number of different shapes and Sa-- Dum r
decorations. Mr. Burnett .s building MM
guest up a nice trade on this excellent arti- Pa y a3i r
cle. among those who appreciate that
T crEAO GaseROeerERsw
In aon Jov U il
Sa Mr. Benjamin Condon has Just re- M-U18 Pasteur_4 __ __ _i
irelved a handsome new Ind.*n motor- 3odm Phateur and w !!!. r
^.i-^ -iSE weT r oEa F ECA4
Slope. and a most powerful machine. It Is a with grace and
noon beauty and will not remain long in Washington D. -.., May S.-Partly er faster was the
t cloudy with local rain tonight or Wed. E r1 soDs and Awas&'"1pe ge*
Ity, Is esday.war broke oit, lutb he a:
Rev. S. J. McLeod. editor of the Ma- w eat into the State Gi.a* t
sonic Journal and Bible Reader, two SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFAST& De. LHws jecttoe .
egis- publications printed for him by the -orders. Later Captto. Agaiw. ta
Star for the past three and a half Those wishing extra early break Confederate coghany e e ,
years, Is in town for a few days. Mr. Thr sts
ed to McLeod. who has nearly reached hi fasts can get same at the E Cafe. aset to ,te
early -as whe0 htethey44
three score years and ten, Is one of early as 4:30 if they desire. dl u tl ll whend. Her. a .
the best known Masons in the state. fatlh uWs to o ld Sto LU
od is He is a Baptist minister and an elo- ve. but asaisted ar eld .1
quent speaker, either from the pulpit Mi ss Pastew ,for her maid 1
or lecture platform. 'He is a well as selected M _a Sue A.
is a posted man and has traveled over a I ... *ettrwtve daughteretfDr'
most every county In the South and W :
over much of the North. Mr. McLe*4 .
ines, is one of the pleasant, courtly gentle- MR. PE LOT TO 3wMETEAft,
n. men of the old school, whom it Is a ,. -,
real pleasure to meet and talk with Mr Marlon. P el wo t w
have He will probably remain over to at- of the graduates M onday
se. tend the session of the Ocala Masons entertain the apinbers of i lt l ,
this week. EYE day evening at the btme ie ,plu-
1p to TROUBLES ents on South Third street.
The government building contractors TROUBLEfore has a cla t h Th I:
have applied the stucco to the tall ARE fore h a clas hd as m o ,e le
ease 'chimneys of the building, which gives HEREDITARY pertles as this one for 19W.
some idea how the brick part of the They are handed down from parent The Star reg*t to hear O te ~e-
building will look when It i omplet- to child. and if there is a defect in a ious illness of Mrs. Frank Brows at
1909 ed. The yard is being graded and parent's eyes it is more than likely to Silver Sp'rngL. She has bel gi -
looks well, but will be more attractive be found in the eyes of the child also. ed to her bed for the pasttn d' -
when the lawn is planted. Red lids, styes, or itching, burning
pains are (A1.ON O.3.Ma rtin Who spe t
Mr. M. C. Dosh, with Mclver & Mac- INDICA ON9 OFlJ.. art wiho Wset ti
cient Kay. has a force of men at work on muscular troubles that can be ovet- pan fields on their so5 W a:h
)e at the Agnew residence. The house is come by using proper glasses. farm. spent Sunday wthI s M m
being re-painted throughout and looks DR. D. M. BONEY, at hom e. -
o very nice. Eyesight Specialist,
ouna Ocaa F UL. A. B. Medlin. jaesouvilis LH, ,C
as in Mr. Harry B. Coe, formerly of Tam- Oee Wfours: 9 to 13 at m. A B M n."MClure, *,-: W..1
pa who has been attending school in 1:30 to 4:30 p ce y 0. W. yt
Gainesville for the past term, came and laboratory, rooms 2Uta 4 Guy us..,GaI=evlle; D. -Cobb ma . ,
Weir down yesterday with his friend. Char- blocL Hebkrk, Ctrai; A. D. Dick. Ib M .
iness lie Larsen. in Mr. Coe's pretty little an W.-b ; f D CryloSli .
Maxwell runabout and stopped at the L O. F. ae rerg d at the Moot m hoteL
Montezuma until this afternoon. They re re at the M
'e of came down in two hours and 45 min- Tulula Lodge. No. 28 Mr. *Edward Hiller of B >WIg
rida. Rates and being unfamiliar with the 1 iO. O. F. meets ov- Ala. It in the city attending court. Mr.
today road had to inquire the way many 6 ery Tuesday event Iiller was & 'eitie io fM ,
tlmres. Mr. ;Coe. who will be of age in Yone's a all. Visiting brothbe- 1' ot four years ago a" ds thel-A-
ville, next year, at which time he comaes into ways wercome. Npell'meits ..e. asles".4 ;t
hand possession of a large estate, Is most W. C. Blanchard. N. tS. ren arkable anddri.t eat :, .k
ired. favorably impressed with Ocala aqd M. M. Little, Secretary. reaise the .extent untilhe see t
-may locate here permanently. ,
Ma a C i I W u *. Jww BuS.
srday C. Davs & Co., of Jacksonville. O *CAA f ARI THIS WILL s-eia.. m nsea
handle silk typewriter ribbons. T5c. f .. E Mother Grayr sweet P *for
each: $7.50 per dosen. u children, a certalr T'ell~ for ftr s- AoT
the Mr. R. L. Reed *nd daughter, Mis Meets every fMrst and net's, headache, bad stomach, twk b,
the Mr. R..Red n d t hird Wednesday even- ing. disorders move and regulate UO .
Corinne. have arrived in th4 city from Ing at 8:15 o'clock. Viiting brethren bowels .and destroy .wQ0. .4 10
the north and are boarding at MrsI. 1 always welcome, break up cold. In 24 houi They
n to R. Knight's. Mr. Reed Is th* manager W. W. Ditto. President. so pleasant to the taste sraa uii
)mp- of the A. R. Harper Piano Co's. branch W. C. Moore, Secretary. as milk. "Children like thel. QVer
in Ocala. 10,000 testimonialss of cures. Thea
A never fail. SMold by all raggsta, 2C%
to Attorney R. A. Burford has gone to t. AAk today. Don't accept anr m its t
t of Nashville, Tenn.. to witness the grad- -{.- tute. e1.
nation of his lovely daughter. Mis s Marton-Dtann ldig t ..
S" Mary Burford. a student at Belmont No. 1i meets mi .the JUK Otmm AND 40 L
d J. College. The exercises take place to- temple on tle Stist aad .~ ..
the morrow night. i, tfti,. Thursday, q hav -opened a stre .M
ing. or each mnthP Vsitn %ptdue ry ad Omarkct where I w aUM' ,,.
It is regretted that the date for the cordially Jvited. J. A. Bouvier, W. L -ant em ail kinds of tmank. sck
big unlob plenic coincides with the date W. V. Wheeler, secretary. q metal, bones. h esft a fg. ^ t
were, for the first ball game on our diamond *. l wt t.
g. Some plenic lovers are also baseball OCALA CHAPTE NO. iS, R. A. M. Ao buy and -el sOd3n I
lovers and'would enjoy both if it were --niture and repair tamltuva,*s
Lnge not f r the date. Regular convocation of the Ocala etec An experienced maa wth '!B
id a Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the 4th tools and facility, for doig reg "a
tion. M. R. B.Bullock Las commenced Friday in every month at 8 p. m. work will be in charge Qt the epair
work on the plazza of his home. which N. I. Gtttlleb, H. P. department, and sat~tJile IS. to3 5'-
iver is now rapidly being completed. The Jake Brown. Secretary,. anteed. See me If you tafe gth j'l i
Ink- piazza when finished wit be one of I to sell or repair. E. J. Dtere. >,,
the prettiest and most ,comfortable of DJC B] OF ?1YTEAS "'- Phi, ". .-
, l n Oca Conventions held every Mtn- ELECTRICAL FIXTUNKB i
se- The gold scholarship medal is on ex- w om to e A ial o e received a new supply
hibltion In Mr. A. E. Burnett's window welc over Peyseit s kigt. of elsctrec futures. Among tstZ m S
The winner will have it presmted next welcome to is. some handsome brathet
reek Monday night at the commencement dney aleTungston fixtures, averted taunel -
In- exercises of the Ocala High School Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and 8. w. L W. S -^,. J
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Far lsbs be EMe Ctarrks i d NIn m oe e d i
lest In.Fimrnlre; oeplg op wrIn bk _ts. id JOul
WhatI e People Wult
AlsM carries a CeImple U- el Builders and Sahd
marware Carriags, Waem, Suais, SMes, .L
eek wver ear Sioek Mi t d r prs, re yea
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The Pries of a U.&*se
(Mrs,.. 8. A. Gordon. n the Watchmn.)
Whatr the price of a Ilcense? How
much did you say?
Th. price of me's souls In the mar-
ket today?
A license to ell, to deform and to
From the gray hairs of age to the In-'
nocent boy-
How much did you may?
How much Is to pay? How compare
S with wour gold?
A license to poison-a crime oft re-
Pix a price on the years and the man-
hood of man:
Take what is not yours to destroy if
you can-
What's the price, did you say?
How much for a license? Count the
price of a home;
Of the tears that are shed in its an-
guish and gloom;
Count the happiness lost on the vote
that you wave
When you voted the license that made
man a slave-
What price was to pay?
How much for a license? Count the
price of her life
Whom your children called mother and
whom you called wife.
Who died of her grief, heart broken
That her home was left bare of its
bread day by day-
The licease to pay.
How much to pay? Count the price of
one soul.
Multiplied by names of eternity's
Of those who have gone. once In man-
hood's strong pride;
Then add those who with them have
suffered sad dled-
What's the price, did you say?

How much Is to pay? You may count
- out the gold.
But the price to be paid has never
been told;
Count the measure you mete out your
neighbor todav-
To be meted y76u bhck-but In God's
time and way-
'TIs a debt you must pay!
Soen Nuts to Crack
The liquor men would have us be-
Ueve that all prosperity hinges on the
"open saloon." In Tallahassee, during
the amendment flight, Dr. C. C. Carroll
said In his magnificent speech before
the legislature: "The gentlemen from
Duval would have us think that the
city of Jacksonville is bullded upon a
pontoon bridge of beer barrels." Be-
low are extracts clipped from the At-
lanta Journal of the first week In
May, proving whether or not prohibi-
tion has killed commerce and progress
In Georgia:
During the four months which end-
ed with April, Atlanta made the
greatest building record In its history
Fifteen hundred and sixty-nine per-
mits were issued for buildings, of
which the estimated cost Is $3,057.87.
This surpasses by over $14.000 the
record for 17, which was before the
greatest of all building years. and
finely oversteps the years of 1906 and
Most of the construction for which
permits have been Issued consists in
Since the year began. permits have
been Issued for four hundred and ten
This record is without precedent
but it has a greater importance than
a mere uniqueness. No illustration
better demonstrative of the growth of
Atlanta could be found.
Morris A Co. WIl Build Big Plant
A new fertilizer plant which will
cost $200,000, will be erected by Morris
& Co, better known as the Nelson
Morris Co.. on the Southern and Sea-
board, In North Atlanta. Construc-
tion has already begun. The site of
the factory Is opposite the Armour
The plant will be equipped with
electrical apparatus, and will be com-
plete In every detail. It will employ
300 people, and will turn loose $500,000
annually in Atlanta. Jeter L. Gllchrist
is the general chemical and construct-
ing engineer. and he will be a&s"sed
here by the Solomon-Norcross CO.
New Furniture 8tem
With orchestra concerts, waving
flags, pleasing and profuse decora-
titons the Haverty Furniture Company
will on Monday, celebrate the formal
grand opening of Its big new store.
11-13-15 Auburn avenue, corner North
Pryor street. Handsome souvenirs .of
Tiffany design will be given every
) caller.
Monday will not be a sales day at
this handsomely and conveniently ap-
pointed business house. All of the of-
ficials. salesmen, and employees will
devote their entire time to making At-
lantians acquainted with the store and
the stock, both of which are said to
be the most magnificent in the south
Automobile Creas Has Struck Val-
Valdosta. Ga.. May 8.-The automo-
bile crase has hit Valdosta good and
proper. There are now a half a dosen
dealers here and all of them are doing
a lively business. It Is estimated that
in the neighborhood of one hundred
thousand dollars have been Invested
in machines in this city during the
past twelve months.
Within the last month more than
ten carloads have been received here
and It is said that as many more are
now On the read, comlaw to this city
There are three large brick garages
here and all of them are doing a pretty
lively business. One auto dealer sold
four machines on Thursday and one
aReeipts from the Music Festival
Gro's receipts of the music festival
Expenses, $I0,0o0.
Net profits, $11.50.
"The most mercess enemy I had
for 20 years," declares Mrs. James
Duncan. of Haynesville, Me., "was
dyspepeia. 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 Electrle Bitters, which cured me
completely. Now I can eat anything.
I anm 70 years old and am overjoyed to
get my health and strength back
again.* For Indigestion, loss of appe-
tite, kidney trouble, lame back. female
complaints,. It's unequaled. Only c
at all drugists


And you will generaly find tim they know of inre
ceriment in your vicinty who have beme cmed by" H.
all other proprietary medicines. They ha been makiMt
and togetherr wki ouwl easil. y find people si about ym
for athe Tbe oT reliable curatives are not 'Tpw or "-
false promuM but have a record of real, genuine cs es to a i

th ewwaaamboA Se w Mfe ia l fC mr it p by AE*1i
multed d ay m le a at By a f yiglr m I

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The People's Cornown Sense Medical Adviker in plain EugW-bYR LVP.- I
vised up-to-date edition) gives all particulars which women need to kiow'
and how to correct ordinary derangements and weakness. Clod-bound
cent stamps, or in paper covers for 21 cents, post-paid. Why not send forltl
almost a household ncessity. gaim; ii

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