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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 19, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03171
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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DON'T FORGET

QUALITY COUNTS-

YOU GET IT HERE!

NEW GOODS JUST IN
Potrto Chips, 15o., two fr 26.
Imported Swiss Cheese 40. pound.
1 pound Cans Presto Prwne 10s. esoh
2 Pound Cans Presto Prunes 25c. eahs.
Presto Pr ('s z re fine California
fruit and rcOd/ .or ...e. Try a be.
Herring Roe, 1 pound Cane, 10a.
Herring Roe, 2 pound Cans, 15e.
Asparagus Tips, 25c. a Tin
Argo Salmon 20c., two fore Mo.
Black Popper in glass. Nies for the
table, 10c. -ach.
Pineapple Chunks. Fine goods, 20s.

0. K. GROCERY
CLARK BROTHERS


PROPRIETORS


Two Phes 174, oa, Fla.


R. D. FULLER,
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Maroe Cbmal is
IBamk.
OCALA, - FLORIDA,
TERMS, CASH.


J. E. CHACE


DENTAL SURGEON
i',rnms 9. 10 and 11.
S e-:1 I-'lor, i folder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
1tce ever Cin--_ li _-_
Phone ail.
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to
s p. a.
TERMS. CASH.


THE GOMEERECWL

BARBER SHOP

OIpens Into the Lobby of the O~m
House.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elsetrki
fans, electric massages.
Hot lRunning Water at AIl TllM
VINCENT C. DITTERaCR Ma.gr






Plans an4 Specitfications FurtIshed
Upon Request.
129 South Third SW .
Phone 130. OCAIA, 'PLA


Equitable


Life Assurance Society

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"STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"

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em cannot be cured by Hal Catarrh (SubhComsmittee of Fersory) el d f.
A Flid. M. esmnam Chief of One Cure. 3. Cheney & Co., A Tardy and Partial Act of Justiee Qmral FoM is 5 of W mine
Toledo, O.
f the Na Meet Important We. the undersne, have known Done to General StOsmeand r Clubs,--Mrs. John Daaso Wi&inano
Divisi -s F. J. Cheney f'r the last 16 years, and Admiral Nebp astW Cthaian.
believe him perfectly h norable in all Madam Chairman and Members of
Wahlgeton, May 18--Officlal an- business transactions and finanially St. Petersburg. May 19.-Lketenant the Council: When a business *
POn-taeaat was made at the navy de- able to carry out any obligations made General StoesseL commander of the has carried on his business for a while '
partnment yesterday of the appointment by his flrm. defense of Port Arthur during the he proceeds to take an vetory of 4thisg
of Lieutenant Commander Hutch I. W aiding. Kinnan & Marvin. Russlan-Japanese war. and Resu Ad- stock in order to know what be bas on,
Cone to be chief of the bureau of Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0. miral Nebogatoff. who commanded a hand, and to ascertalna It his 1 ae" '
steam engineering and not long after- Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken tater- division of the Russian fleet in the is a paying one and worthy Is6-ea-
ward his nomination went to the sen- nanly, acting directly upon the blood same war, and surrendered to the n- tinuance or otherwise that th t Is. s .. -'
rtH from the White House, and soon and mucous surfaces of the system. emy in the battle of the Sea of Japan, I uffcient to fo-ce him to close h bs-
.he navy department will have a real Testimonials sent free. Price. 75e were yesterday, by order of the czar ines'-
head of the bureau. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. released from prison.
Lieutenant Commander Cone won Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- After the clcee of the war. to satis- Conserving the waters of the United
distinction by taking the torpedo flo- pation. fy the peculiar code of ethics which States is hut a part of; the nation's
tilla around South America. Later he prevails in Russian naval and military enterprise. Realizing the stupondemo. . .
was fleet engineer of the Atlantic AN UNEXPLAINABLE ACT circles the two commanders were tried ness of this work the government has
fleet. He Is a Floridian. -- for surrendering to the enemy. Stoes- called to its assistance various orgaal-
Deliberate and Premeditated suicide sel was sentenced to spend ten years nations having the prosperity of our
FORCED INTO EXILE of Philip Moore a Prosperous in the fortress of St. Peter and St. nation at heart Among these o bani-
Win. church, of GIn Oak, FIrmer of Orange County Paul, and the admiral was given a nations the General Federation of Wo. M E
wa an ro n home Mona n Orlando- May 18.-Phlip Moore, a similar sentence. Stoessel was given men's Cluba with its 800,000 active wo-
air, he t ought, would cure a frightful prosperous farmer and pineapple his sentence in March, 1908, and Ne- men was a'-ked to assist In this great .. -
.ung racing cough that had defied all grower, committed suicide at his home bogatoff in April 1907. movement. a g no r a
remedies for two years. After six one mile east of Orlando. on Sunday When a great nation arrive at a-
months he returned death dodging his morning. It is thought by those who A HURRY-UP MEDICINE crisis in Its affairs, when'the progress
steps. "Then I began to use Dr first entered the room ofter the fatal In its industrial activities Is threaten-
King's, New Discovery." he writes, shot was fired, that be placed the muz- Every housekeeper recognizes the ed with paraly~ds, and when Its most
"and after taking six bottles I am zle of his shot gun in his mouth, and need of effective remedies to be used far-seeing and resolute men resort to
well as ever." It saves thousands. pulled the trigger with his toe. TheI In emergencies-when something must organized effort for national relief-no
yearly from desperate idng diseases. entire top of his head was blown to be done right away. Such a remedy Man can afford to keep silent or sub- ... ..
Infallible for coughs and colds. It dis- atoms. That the act was premeditat- is Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains! ject himself to the charge of Indiffer- Are .t"he mBetnhaUts tl
pels hoarseness and sore throat. ed is evident from the fact that a note and bruises, for strained muscles andI eie. because he faals to give his ut- h tth f n n
Cures grip; bronchitis, hemorrhages, was found addressed to his wife awk- for the aches and pains resulting from mopt strength and encouragermat to We aen, ImS A
a..thma. croup whooping ouh. 50e in her to forgive him for the awful blows and falls. Burns and cuts are the mot ment. The women are the "j
and $1, trial bottles fre0. guaranteedr deed he was about to commit. He re- instantly relieved by it and helped to I earth's hand maldens, whose Influence we M wh t Wil t O"d Whto
bh' all druggists. cently bought a new suit of clothes and healing. Its mission of mercy began is unlimited anfd unquestioned. We can We Solit i atO m
Saturday came to Orlando and made a seventy years ago. It is used in all as Httle afford to sit by and refuse our -
A FINANCIAL GENIUS will. He had always been attentive to countries and millions of bottles are assistance as the men. 's'
__ his business and was worth about sold annually. There is but one Pain- In this day of acUtivityof clubs we
Lived Like Miilionaire on (1500 a $10.000. He leaves a wife and step- killer. Perry Davis'. Have you seen have become accustomed to hearing
Year son to mourn his death. Slr. Moore the large new 3ic. size? I each chairman say that the subject as
SMa 19Wim was a member of the K. of P. lodge T L promoted by her committee, Is "one of
DoBaltimore, Md.MaytockclerkWiliam anl the funeral service was conducted WHEAT AGAIN CLIMBS the most vital questions of the day."
Do wns. former stock clerk in the city by the Orlando .lodge at the home on It may come as a surprise to many to '
registers office, was placed on trial Sunday afternoon. The remains were Chicago, May 19.-After a week of know that the newest department at
yesterday, charged with the larceny o laid to rest in the Orlando cemetery quiet steadiness in the wheat market, the general federation, the developpleat
large sums of money from the city. A that commodity went up to $1.30 of the nation's waterways is the most
crowded courtroom gave evidence of IF YOU KNEW a bushel today by an active bull move- vital and important question now con-
the great amount of public interest ment. This is a new high record, and front th o of h Tixl
manifested In the case. Pew persons the merits of the Texas Wonder, you This snew hignthe price fronting the people of the United e
In Baltimore were better known than would never suffer from kidney, biad-. presages rapid rise i he price of States.
yvoun: Downs. who comes of a good der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two The question of waterway conserva-
ail fr several yar hado- month's treatment. Sold bydruggists tlon is one that sends its roots not only
pled a .. position in th or by mail. Serd for testimonials. Dr.T nto the development and prosperity of
city fficeS. lHio ..-.vLr;,' l was the di-I E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St. e out the nation. but into the nation's health
reet result f his extrava;, nt m. of Lui. Mo. rheumatism are sply ena as well. Water is a prime necessity to
rneumausa Ian rumply hem-ssm man, not only as an article of good, but
living. IAof the muscles, due to W or damp also for the proper degree of cleanl-
On a salary of $1.500 a yfar young ;LoW RATES o chronic rbeumatism neither n for the popersdegtes fcl a d ell
Downs for several years ,past lived at iA tiUe which requae lany Internal treatment Homes fp rso ang l into exten a n d -
a pace that onl a millionaire could SEABOARD AIR A.ANE All that is needed to afford relief Is where nature yielded a count f l up-
follow without going .bankrupt. It is -the ree application of Chamber lan' where nature yielded hountwfu sup-
said that on more than one occasion $1T.65, Asheville, N. C., and return, Liniment and massaging the affected ply of wat.r. Rome shows aqueducts.
he spent In a single night an amount account National Association T. parts at each application. There I covering miles on mile which accord-. a
neoay equal to his year's salary. He P. A. of America. Tickets on sale disagreeable or unpleasant about this I of 12.700000. thus providing the
kept up an extravagant establishment May 28, 29 and 30. Final limit liniment. The relief from pain which est or "rq700u000. teus porohia thea-
and maintained a stable of fast horses 30 days from but -not including It affords Is alone worth many times t sanitary requiteor her nhab-
He was known as the best dressed date of sale. Its cost. Price 25 cents, large size 50 itants el e.i m-ni-esputitea s
man In Baltimore and when his rooms 27.5, LouItsville, Ky., and return, cents. 4 It is said that running water purifies
were searched after his arrest his account annual seesion Ancient itself every eght mles, but the fact is .b
wardrobe was found to contain forty, Arable Order, Nobles of the Mys- TAMPA NORTHERN lthat aerone polluted can never b
suits of clothes of the most expensive tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June :NTO DUNNELLON safely considered in a perfect sanitary
make. One ( .b~ most notable esca- 5, 6. 7 ant' 8. Final limit June condition again.
pades was'the taking of an entire 17, 1909. W. B. Denham and several other Women have been the most potent. :. '
troupe of chorus girls to New York for $17.05, Asheville, N. C., and return. Tampa Northern officials were )n town factors in bettering the sanitary con- J You can S
a good time. The party traveled in a account International Convention the first of the weqk and when asked dit-on of our cities; it Is therefore ne-
special car and during a week's frolic Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on how soon their road would be running eessary that they should take up the a
oh the Orea' White Way of the me- sale June 17 and 18. Final limit trains Into Dunnellon, said 'that they question of puritfiation of wateh sup-
tropolls all of the bills were paid by June 25, 1909. hoped to have a regular schedule here ply. be it Is the streams or in reser,.e '.
Downs. $14.25, Atlanta. Ga., anrl return, ac- by the first of next year. Dunnellon voir'. In many states the questicl of
count American Association of will soon be a railroad center with the water transportation does not appeal q A
A LIVING SKELETON Opticians. Tickets on sale June Tampa Northern. S. A. L. and A. C. L directly to its people, there being no-
In the Aal condition ot any clld that 19 and 20. Final limit June 25, and the S. & H. at Rockwell-Dun- rivers, harbors nor lakes !n the state. .l Mmt iI.h *
has worms-If it lives. Think of hav- 1909. nellon Advocate. Such being the fact that state should
g something in youear stomach that $17.63, Asheville, N. C.. and return, study the Interdependence of forests
eats all you take as nourishment. NIe account Dramatle Order Knights and water, stion n s ma reams, the no-
ee o th e -aes Sta a Tic..te kJ and CHARLES D LU ET I Ions for transformation of the desert / EVER E
be yours by g g it White s Cream Vert sals lmit July 28, 1909. and into field and garden and drainage in ,
e-t epes all wrn and a 31.-Memphi Tenn., and return HOMEOPATIC PHYICIAN AND wampland. There are seven million
tonti for the baby. Price c account Interstate Cotton Seed SURGEON cides rai lands ow ueleass
the AnUt-Monopoly D'..store. Crushers' Association. Tickets on which if drained would be available
salo MaIy 16. 17 and 18. Final limit Office-Second Floor The Munroe A for agricultural use, since they are nat- e
HISGEN REPUDIATES HEARST May 22, 1909. Chambilis Bank Building, Oeala, rally very fertile. Allowing forty t A
---I4 --Denver. Colo an return, ae- l Floda. acres to each family, this area would ad A BO t Jf
P~sidential Candidate of the Indepen. count General Assembly Presbyter- relephones--Oflce. 222; Ret dence. turalsh homes for ten million dperXons. .f
dent Party has Returned o lin church of U. S. of America. 221. The prosperity of a nation depends c -
the Domseatie Fold Tickets on sale May 1, 17. 18 and Office Hours---9 to I2 a. i..; 2 0 whoy mere, both domestic aned foreign. T
Springfield. Mass., May 19.-Thos. L in limit to reach original p. mn.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Internal commerce of the United I "
Hsen, who wa the andidte Of Wiang Octo er. -- --.--- States Is growing rapidly. The de- .,, .ac

llm R anl e inenes $12S-Memphisavanna, aTenn. and return, ed.
y account GeAnnueral hReunion UniPresby x dsfrtotel O There furn trahe United Statltes 2are00 0 C..
thREV t he will hereafter identify himelfB Cln lederate VnetUnt Ta. Tic k-e De d our mile navigable to rivers athet lea stnd and
wit the. W. dm atiu party.mn, Hisntngtone un e 4 but b depositing tickets en to all. Special attention to so by improvement When we on-
polled only. Wa n vote in the contest wlith speal agent Memphis between c ldren0. sider the economies of the waterway
t $1 ---Mn n ReTu June rn and 14mls, extension mait bte h oe commerce they are very great. Between
ey xhau nd kd- had to Jly 1 n payment of fee of ELBOTRIC MA AG Pittsburg and Astabula. Pa.. riv Maeria and t et, .

3ey troUMe Bad am tree to say that cents. IHOT AND COLD WATER miles, it costs 30c. a ton of coal orin -r ,' .:


It wU do a that you claim for it." PM8-Nashvllle Tenn., and return, ore for railway transportation; where-
l5 KidneyRemedy Ms restored account Annual Session Sunday as between Dulth and Astabula. 1000 9-
bhlth ad strength to thousands of Chool Congress and Young Peo- .* ll i mes by water, the same iron and the
weak, ru down peopi Contains no p t Tckets sale same coal goes for $5c. a ton on coal
Contains plea's Chautau4q "*Tickets on sale
hari al drugsand Is pleasant to take June, 8 and 9. ina limit 15 days and S0c. a ton or iron. It is calculated
"804 by aBll u from but not Including date of sale. that to improve the Missouri river from
111WM AND EXPORTS lSMS-Tusaioosa. eala, and return, Kan& w City to St. Louis, giving It a
IsPORTS mAND EXPORTn ool for teachers 1e-t Bl CHARf foot channel. would c6s t aboutthe
AT PORT INGLIS niverstty of Alabama. Tickets on ame as to build a railroad the same
An otl1 s-tate t of expo rd ale June 8. 9. 12. 14. 19. 21. 28, July ITR A U length. and that the river would have t
inorsl statmeto exports and 3rd and 5th. Final limit 15 days W I M WU 8IHU the capacity of 600 railroads. The n
mlaports through Port IngIis from Jan. from date of sale, but by deposit- PLANS FURNISHED tion is fully alive to the danger we are
1. 1908 to Dec. 31, 19,11 as follows: ON with incurring by our wastefulse of mni-n- ...
Ingtti tst hl special agent APPLICATION
ZXports, X".709 tons of hard phos- ON APPLICATION erals, of exhautng our storehoUae. e o n MsW !! C0BB lH
pirate 'reek. hpd at $2.79.217,-with Tuscaloosa not later than 16dasP.0.IS=4Lral. of exhaustig our storehouse.
phate eek aled at ,717, im- from date of sale. extension may be OCA 9 FLA The employment of water transpor-
custoam bose fees of S-,167,69. Im- had to September 30. on payment of t....ation would lessen this danger in that' a
vahrts &46.208 ton s of pyrites andtom house fee of 1 less steel would be used, as the rails
vauda 82402 with- csomm hos feeOf l .art. PE E 8f CLU lI of roadbeds are made of steel; less
ees of $116ao. The total commerce untPeabody College summer iron would be used, as much of the k.
fteem Sept 15)02. to Dec. 31, 19, school for teachers and Vanderblt J. J. PORT, Proprietor h avy freight can be floated on barges Asmurs Am s
amounts to $1552,454.45. Total cus- Biblical Institute. Tickets on sale The towboat "Sprague" towed from A 0 t.- es
totab fees $n US.5. There are 42 YeT- Rates rem ble. All goods pre- Pittsburg to New Orleans 79.000 tons -lnt tr ar
eels and craft I the trade of the Junie 7. 8, 14, 15. 16. 28. 29 and 30. e aud cleaned on short notice and of coal. Calculation showed that to U ea.riw r t
Final limit 16 days from date oftsale,--e tproptly.Altansent have hauledthiaoutOfoalby d, Kern 1i.0
WItheooiee river.-Dbellow Ad- t by depositing tickets with spec- of m A l a have hauled this amount of coal by Mi-L'
oeateut by epo an Nasig kets wth work not called for in 30 days will railroad would have required a train of
hedaysn from date of sale. extension for are standard coal cars 124 miles In length. AtE lleth
's Me toh. a neay may be had to September on -- Irrigation Is practiced to the arid rones1ma
eerubdy Us some trouble of ths payment of fee of $1. hnd seml-arid regions of the tributar- ne
kd. ThatIs the reason why you so For full Informatlon and sleeper "MississippandMissourBy
W Itea j -ae pains In the back ndlriservactons call on any agent Ss- pumping the flood waters I ntout re'-
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IN THE CIRCUIT C0cRT
The court Is busy bhetnrg the e
of the Clark-Ray-Johasee 0 VI 1-
ward Hiller, surv vrl partner iit
late pheephate Arm of ord &6 B
of this city. It IS a ease otphb -am
royalty on lands owead yr the s pINl
tff and on which the deeadMet deig
after dfligent proepemslag ms eoPb
was found.
Mesrs. Ford & Hle dispooed o f
their phospt ha lateret to ta Du-
too Phosphate Co, of CGalmevRT ea
Mr. Hiller Is defendia the f at -o
their Interest.
The document was a tfrmidabies o
Attorneys R. I Andeers sad L. M3
Hampt n re the eomaHtsanUm
and Mesrs. Hocker. Duval and Jk C.
Cooper, of Jacksonville, repint thi
detence. Many prominent pboplhato
men are tIn atteadnoe as wIteem.
While the defense set up they fdMm
so phosphate. the plastlMts ladt U
must be there as they have sad a
mtinng phosphate reek. Again, n
years gone by more water was e tto
around and rock. If foted. w has to
get at because of the water, be& the
dry weather of receat yemsies re-
duced the water level reatly.
It is a case with a history aal lare
Interests and will be thought to a nftlh
It will probably take the entire tim
of the court today to get through with
the case.
All forenoon In the phosphate ea
was devoted to e-.vIofrg two wit-
Messes by the defemes, namely, A. aB
Morgan. former superlnteade.t of th
Sweetheart Mine operated ~y M ea
Ford & Hller. who Nal the rtb
found In that mine was about a
tons. Then H. L. Anderseo, for the
defense, asked that all ths testimeiy
be stricken out as Irrelevant Ia the
case and made quite an argument s**
taking his contention, giving t of
the contract which was to the elect
that Ford & Hiler agreed to mibe net
less than 6,.6 tone a year and for
said mining were to pay $5,0. If the
maid Ford & Hiller did not get t e
rock It was their fhalt.
Mr. Cooper. attorney for the defense,
from Jacksonville contended the oh-
ject of putting In the amount mmed
was to show that 81MS had been paid
as royalties and the miners not hav-
tan mined the amount, they owed the
plaintiff nothing, but the plaintiffs at-
torney said they had 11,900 rea tI
which to find the rock. It is now up to
the defense to show the rock wasn't
on the land. The court took a hand In
tQe case and In a geeral way elicited
much Interest.
Miss Clara Moore is acting as atef-
ographer In the eaMo.
The lobby of the .oorthoie was
Oied with leading phephate men of
several -o-Ues.
The following is the Jury In tha
case: H. H Lapoam J. A. A e.ymlds4
M. Cameron, C. J. PhilUip. A. A. OWaN
R. J. Umabauh.

LOCAL LEGISLATION


The city council held a meet last
night with a full board pSent
Mr. J. W. Akean appeared ta behalf
of a plumbing bll aatanst the ,ity.
which was ordered paid.
A number of compNiate were heard
and submitted to the fnance comolttee
with a request to report at the next
meettings.
All regular .add bihll were
ordered pad.and asrtt per- was
granted to Thoma eer. eNor th
Magnolia street.
There were three buldtag ermlts
granted.
The election of a city marshal wMa
postponed until the sent rguhar meat*
tag, owing to the slemes of Marshal
W. C. BulL
It was ordered that only the regular
payroll of city employees be pa- at the.
second meeting of the oeaL. All
other bills wll be oonMdered at the
frst meeting of the moth.
Mr. C. J. Phillpe submitted plans
for the remodeling of the city matlet;
also plans and specleatloas tor the
same building. Plane ad spectaia-
tions were not complete and he was
requested to have same completed and
submit them by next meeting
It was deoaled to lay the breik pave-
ment on North Magnolia street la ce-
pent, and the city attorney was "n-
structed to set up the prope papers,
defloaing how the pavement was to be
laid and the time at payments or ee,
two and threat years time.
Ocala Water Compa was nonated
through the eterk to bchbge location of
plug near the A. C. railway In t he
Henry avenue section to Pe-tr I*-
gram's building ea Magnolia street
The sanitary commole reapehed It
had carried out the lastoretiles of the
council In the there cleanlag of the
city. After a eoultSateM Of the sea-
tary committee, the board ef health
and Mr. K. M. Howard, proprietr of
the Ocala Steam laundry, the eed-
tion of the waste water heeIk th
laundry was ftoud to be of susk a na.
ture that it was ordered that the
laundry be no longer pep to altew
Its waste water to reu late an open
ditch.

Prof. Htmes. wo ftr 17 years has
been the capable and efdeleat rtacl-
pai of the Palati a s ighk Be at, has
tendered his rseigatlen ad aemsptge
the same position with the Weat Pa
Beach school at as advanaM i salary
Of t0 a year.

Mr. and Mrs. Hunh ReS of Ot ae..
have a home that i suouna- d b thew
loveliest rose that .MbaL m. e Me
dence of tMs statement i Msa utW h
a magnificent beoauet saat y tr Mr.
Mrs. Ross to Miss'-as Clevelaad
daughter of Mr. aa m ai eGerdsc W,


-e - dlos mse Aba af
laim edOi oMA

ie. ebAer t - te.

Gas s mA made tme IS"
M- hot t as d l teaelest rle
at 4m d9ea0Ow heati t u-A& Iet
seek a a nta em the eres
saaer -es -ar ele' e As at
Bis -ewas be as a 0l a 0 te t
VorfM erw, erm the aae their fet-
bIn an a *f ms w ins w S a
Waft n- y t NOfjgt j

e-r asperathem. tao ta what thre
m ftleama oft ie they mOt t
t-o aft eb sad utvema Oea os
beau ft- r avslIS-m At ear Bom- e
SemWab aei t pt a several wao-
ea d bre that te t Omas rse bd
"a& -ok et .. cia o&t Oasin the
weag% Nadomady a ad truflt, arent
wa werwIM i thid handeeme aeram-
em mose b "ha oft e,
4-et, W? &em, don't understands
to ny th me r-ftaed d6nuiptlmse
Seel beautes Isnot pert tre
h"t I Oes has a ft air sm of vemy
-a heng gis and wome"s iBut e
moderate ad medeet, appre"ate so
pe- s that aue ripe nd the straw-
bera b thet re ImeosA o.but do not go
sae tr te home y dowe Flth all their
raptuaes and eaf them Venaes..


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imphgee, there auedair a milely
ade mro t hdobjecH of dteug ha
by anga appetite for edier aI-
e6h11-e beverages or hait oftming
eaL katmnim the oIMSma e their
atoe. Anape an- e as swum in by
ok. P -ftt you we sfit at is
AeM- Il-r, opah tmale ad dwe



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mesmthe test ot eMes moral1i Is
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inrdwyesr PaloOes.iefs.
aien .Te e ta Oat rt.
wte16 wselt awdeoere al
eNl senaeemeM e of m

NINE YEARS BACH.
FOR MORELAND'S SLAYERS

ar Fla.,v May 19, -Wiimam

neit ywm white men who were re-
euatly e weta here o masaughters
R eo 'tf* wim th tie lut f of W. B.
Moeeiand, an Atlanta travelta man at
High 8priin, several meathe ago
were senteneed yesterday to serve
alae years at hard labor is the state
prieos. An Appeal wll be taken.

YOU CAN'T ATHR
PFIS PFROM THISTLES8
Neither can yem secure a real, decent
Job of paiting If you use adulterated
paiat. TYou are unreasonable If you
QUALTY IB NOT T31 8
If oft buy
Dwfi ew per goet

the aalysis and guamatee on every
aa tetl you planly
WHAT YOU ABE USING
Davis Ir per cent Pure Paint will
tand the test of the omt rigid Pure
Paaint law. For male by the Marion
hardware Co. Ocala ta.
FPLORIDA 90Y TO THE FRONT
JW C. Cooper, J-gHe ammry rate
j at phimesis U dverefty
PrIneton. N. J., May 1l.-4ohn Cobb
Cooper, Jr., of Jacksomvile. Fla., ha
been appeated honorary orator for the
prInceton ofte PPm1t exer-
dues% wich takes place next meath.
The appointmaent wma de because a
the gmMera excellence of young Coop-

MaNy weac, -rt- women have
bem restored to health by FoWl
Kidtay Reoedy as It tRmditoes the
htibes so they wil eMlnate the
wue -matter fbom the bloodL ampu-
rifls PrI n- the serves eaitng
nwe exhO e*Rand other all-
meIts. am i1mee today e y en will
on be well. Pleasant to take. Sold

The cry comes In from all sections
Of the county t itt is decidedly dry
again. ,



'EEUMX ttM- PUGS


Stpmk in Oe Watmer


Belance spark ptgl produce a
mere Inte-e ag ,theaa any other
ps Takes lees battery power than


As on,~Ollse ftiens at the


-- Go-1
The e r of the .Laksad New
rl a ftr o Tahameme soee wco0 t
"k, and gwas mte allowiag Account
of a artoiwte at the governor recep-
tion:
One geat t---s iea td soul
from Bartow wa saomat lstening to
the ms-e and surveyng the sixs.
whe a latd in evening das hove W
sight. Orasplng the arm of a frled
1lash at that *em questioned as
*adlne ear, the Bmrtowie seped:
to the cause of his ezeltemeat, be e -
-hn.m tdicatbae the ldy. whoee
back was turned to -ha. 'Why, Just
suppose her dross is split down In
troat as far as It is hehldn: The lady
turned, several them elmay -rabed
came up at the moment, and the Bar-
tow man turning pale, declared -i
is no place for me!' and made a hur-
red exit, sever 8toppi6 until he was
aboard the sleeper next morning that
was to bear htm Bartow-warL And
yet the dress was comervatuve colm-
pared to some we have seen at similar

This particular personlscation Ut
dartow modesty should be reminded
of what the late flam Jones told hie
wife o" morinaf after having attend-
ed a "swe" banquet. Mrs. Jones
wanted to know all about the dresses
worn by the women at the banquet,
and Sm replied that they didn't have
on anything from the table up, and he
was too much of a gentleman to look
under the table.

CITRA SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT
Commeacenaent was observed to Its
fullest extent last week by the Citra
Junior hirh school.
Sunday at U a. mi, Bro. Williams
of the M. Church, delivered, in a
masterly style, the baccalaureate ser-
men, which was listened to with
pleasure by a large and appreciative
congregation. Bro. Williams ery
successfully confined his line of
thought within the comprehension of
his young Ustenem, and the sermon
was both nlastructive and encouralung.
Tuesday evening, May 12, at thq
school house occurred the graduating
exercises, David Linsey White being
the one to complete the course of
study. The bouse was profusely dec-
orated with beautiful owers, ferns.
potted plants, and the class colors,
purple and orange.
The following program was sue-
esefully rendered:
Music, orchestra.
Invocation, Rev. Wililams.
Solo, -Papa's Sweetheart," Loulse
Crosby.
March'and drill, school.
The Value of Knowledge, school.
Duet, the Mtses Reddell and Bur-
leson.L
The Magic Charm,
Vice Vea..
Readaing. "Boy." David L. White.
It was a pleasure to listen to the
young graduate reading his essay as
his pronunciation was clear and he
spoke In a tone of voice that reached
to the furthermost portion of the
room. He demonstrated clearly that
be could handle his subject Just as
he has demonstrated to his Instruc-
tors that he could honorably and
creditably obtain his diploma.
Prof Brinson, our county superin-
tendent, In a few well chosen words
spoken to the audience before pre-
senting the diploma, which he did in
a very pleasing manner. The school
was moat fortunate in having with
them Hon. B. L. Wartmann, member
of the State Board of Control, who
Xave In hip usual fluent style a
beautifully worded talk to the patrons
and pupls-a talk that was thorough-
ly enjoyed. Mr. Creeby, chairman of
the board of trustees, was announcer
of the program and did credit to him-
self and the school he represents.
After the program the ladles of the
'Bome Mission Society served delI-
cious eream and cake, and an In all
the closings of this portion of the
school of '" was a perfect success.
Wednesday. May 12, at the M. E.
Church, which was beautifully dec-
orated, Dr. Andrew Sledd of the State
University, lectured to a small but
most appreciative audience. It was a
rare treat to be able to hear such a
talk by such an able, brilliant and
talented man as Dr. Sledd and the
only regret expressed was that he had
not talked longer. The doctor while
In Citra was the guest of Hon. and
Mrs. K. I Wartman, .
Thursday May IS, at the beautiful
and hospitable home of Mrs. Emma


White, occurred the class reception,
to which there had been issued over
eighty invitations. The parlors, with
their decorations, looked like fairy
land, and Mrs. White the fairy who
ruled the realm. The reception was
an Informal affair and each one
* seemed to vie with one another in
promoting the happiness of the even-
ing. In the receiving ne, tall and
beautiful,as a queen, stood Mrs. A. C.
White, her son David and the trus-
tees. At the outer door Miss Irving.
one of the most charming ladles In all
the wold. assslated by Miss Miselle,
formerly prluielpal of the Citra school
and a met genial little lady. receiv-
ed the guests and passed them on to
the other room. Mrs. White Is never
happier than when entertaining, and
as this occasion was one In honor of
her beloved nephew, she fairly out
did herself.
In conclusion It Is safe to say that
Citra and her people will always look
back to the commencement week of
'fI with pleasure. And the writer
wants to add Just a few words more
to say that if a teacher did not do
good work tin that school it would not
be because the people did not give
I them proper encouragement. Too
much cannot be said In praise of
Citra people and their attitude to-
wards their school.
Sue C. BJseman, Principal.


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EXPRESS ROBBERY AT AUGUSTA . .-
Augusta. Ga.. May 19.-Two robbers
boarded Southern passenger train No.
17 at Warrenville, S. C. ten miles oute
last night, got the drop e ft press
Messenger Thomas L, Hutto, knocked
him senseless with a piece of r.r a t
hose, pinioned his arms beladftg l --
back, took his keys, threw im io a
empty, express chest, locked hWi4are
in and ransacked the car at wWL.' i s
The robbers rode into Auguta
left the train on Broad street, n l
center of the city. No one ST.
train knew of the Incident and thef .______.
robbery was not discovered until the ___ ,___
messenger was liberated at the union
station, negro porters who were to en-
gage In unloading the express, having
located the Imprisoned man by his
vigorous kicking against the box

Y0 WaLLW -BEo Yv T h
and e anwahsys gett s watehb
sprains bruidee, btmp buem or
scalds. Don't neglect such thing--
they may result seriously If you do
Apply allard's Bnow Ilment a-
cording to direatoons right away and
It will relieve the paln and heal the
trouble. Price 25., Me, and $1 at the l
Anti-Monopely Drugstow e.u
BLACK HANDS CORES AGAIN
A Close Friend of Petreeine the Vie-
tim of Aseessie
New York, May t1.-Death In the
*form of *-a-e"instlon overtook Plor- *L% l
gio Pucclo a elgarmaker, yAterday.
He was a close friend of the late Lieu- -
tenant of PoUle Joseph Petroe wlsho
was *seaewlnste t Palerm o,8 uaUdi
while on a mission to that eoustry to
prevent the sending here of crimlnals.
For some time Puccdo has been a
marked man. He was closely Ideati-
fled with Petroesto, whom he had ad Ga
known for many years, and took an
active part In the great demonstration
at the Petroslno funeral.
PuceIo had been on a visit to the
downtown section and was returning
to him home. As he entered the hall-
way of the house at which he lived on
East 75th street, someone eame up be-
blnd him and shot him In the back.
He fell dead In the vestibule, and his
assailant escaped. There were no eye-
witnesses to the crime. A BIG
YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS A ui,-....i


at neadache, as wen as o1ser womea.
but all get quick relief and prompt
cure from Dr. KIng's New Life Pillu
the world's best remedy for sick and
nervous headaches. They mainke pue
blood, and strong nerves and build up
your health Try them. 26e at all
druggists.
NOTICE OP
TEACHES EXAMINATIONS


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Akron. Ohio. May 1s.-The great 1-
story structure which houad the
Howes Power company, was destroyed
by fire morng. The vast power
machinery, much of It very costM, was
also destroyed. The loes wlv a 8am t
to close to 1,SOA6,0 part of which Is
covered, by au.mau.e. Many business
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THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KI8ES
and aste as sweet. That's why Schles-
latei and LowIafy Candle. In half
and pom d bWo are so popular. Pare
eomf.etka.M otmS flkvo deUdlici. Our
' oiaptAUionty is tre from adultmra
tion. It Is wholesome and healthful.


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Every kind of confectionery here. Dr. P- Burgin of Mclntosh is at the
Montezuma.


PI lts, Cold Drinks. Cigars and News-


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Soda Water T e
Ice Cream Plae


- Tr: l.rverx of real good sodawater
arni ream find ours touches the
spI't for them. We aim at quality,
hi'h I4. why we hit their apprea-
'M). Tho, quality of our confectloery
mikep It necemary to keep up the
r..puatlon of our store, and o0r sod&-
wate-r and Ice cream does Just that.


T. W. TROXLER


FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Westeru Beef, Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Muttwa, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Tumrip, Beets .
Swwet Potatow Irish Potatom pasnb Onions


. EDWARDS


Phone 106 Cty Market


Mr. S. A. Ledbetter of Gainesville is
at the Montezuma.
There were 24 arrivals at the Mon-
tezuma yesterday.

Mr. J. W. McRee of Tampa Is at the
Montezuma.

REXALL
Mr. Robert Taylor, after several
wcrk's absence at Worthington Springs
and Atlanta, Is again In the city.
R. C.- Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Mrs. J. J. Williams and children of
Homosassa, are the guests of Mrs.
Jake Brown.
Messrs. Joseph McArthur. H. C.
Adams and H. H. Abrams of Tampea
a5p guests of the OcalaHRouse.
Peter Paul Theus with his Wayero a,
Ga., partn-r, has gone over to Jumper
Lake for an extended fishing outing.
Henry Sistrunk, the popular city
clerk, has sold his fiery steed and got
,a good round price for the animal.

Mr. W. IL Lowry, the Homosassa
hotel man, was a guest of the Monte-
zuma hotel today for dinner.

Judge Bell sentenced Tom Willis to
0 days on the 'hard roads this morn-
Ing forxamling.
Mr. Henry Stevens of Lakeland. was
In town today calling on his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
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ir HH. M. Hampton, Sr. of Floral
4y, fatheit of H. M. Hampton. of this
city, was here today to see his son.
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Mas*ea et this enimg.
Masdeo mstet agmswnsham

Red Men meet tomorrow eventog.
REXALL
Mr. H. C. Du can. ot Tavares. Is a
y.eet of the Ocalm Hoom.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chlls and fever, 25 cents.
Mr. A. C. Jobhama of Floral City. Is
.i the Ocala Bose.
5 or 6 does "W will core any se
of Chills and Fever. Price oe.
Mr. W. J. Crosby. the turpentine and
mill man, is here today.
Plank's am Tbe, guaranteed to
er e t aI feerw. 25 oits.
Judge L. L. Hopkins and wf ot
Betleview, wem In town today.

5 W doses Wm wlam say case
SChills and ~tVr. Proim ie.
Spaidlag Basebahl Guide for 19"
uast in at the Oeams News Co.
Mrs. J. J. Williams of Homgassa
was In town today shopping.
Sam W. Petteway, the turpentine op-
erator at Dunneonm, was here today.
Mr. Sam Leonard of Gainesville is
at the Montezuma.


ELECTRICAL FIXTURES


I have just received a new supply
of electric fixtures. Among them are
some handsome bracket fixtures and
Tungston fixtures inverted or turned
down. II. W. Tucker.

ELECTRIC SMOOTHING IRON*,
, Onq l .- he gra ntt conveniences
about the house is oe of those Am w-
lean Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
ed In a minute, an even temperaturM.
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife,
mother or sister one of them. Two
sizes and prices. Ask H. W. Tucker.
to show them to you.
PIANO TUNING

Ten years experene. JRseerence
any musc teacher In Ocala any
music house In Jacksonville. Pbtone
22. A. M. tansford. city. 1--tf


TROUBLES
ARE
HEREDITARY
They are handed down from parent
to child, and if there is a deect in a
parents eye It tos more tha kely to
be found In the eyes of th ebMill Iss,
Red lids, styes, or Itching, burning
pains are -
INDICATIONt OF
muscular troubles that can be over-
come by using proper glasses.
DR. D. M. BONTY.
Byesight Specialist,

Ofee Hours: 9 to 12 a. M. ad
1: 0 to 4:30 p. m. Opticale oce
and laboratory, room 2 ad Gry7
block.
THE OCALA WAGON WOwKS
Offers its services and superior work-
manship In the art of patntiag vhli-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced its specialty of painting aa-
tomobiles.. A sample of our work can
be seen on the Gecoration of Mr. a. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a call.
'. TR OCALA WAGON WORKS.
SUITCASE LOST
Lost, on the seouthboad L. A. L
-train yesterday, a light tan sutcase.
with tag bearing name and address of
W. C. Turner, Jack sville. inder
will be nberally rewarded for its re-
turn to the Star oice. 5-14-Pt

FIRE WOOD-FiRE WOOD
We have a large suppy t are wood,
both pine and oak. replace and stove
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
delivered, cash, Call at factory or
*PHONE 170-l GILES & N .
SKILLED PAINTING


I am prepared to take say Job of
painting, no after how large or eow
small or how fine the woI desIred
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knkledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted Inside and ouat
Grainfng, gidlng, hard o1 finishing.


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There was an alarm of aflm~.ta t 1
o'clock today used by a blase at the
New Air Dome theater.
The department turned out wth As
crual promptness, but was aseewhat
Impeded by the Coast Line tral,
watch was in the station the time.
In trying to make a se turn at the
postoffice corner, one of the bores :0
tLe hose wagon slipped and fell, but
i imp Chambers pulled him to his feet
again and the team rushed on with
t ardly a pau*.. The fire was ext.
inguished in a very few minutes.
Some twenty dollar' worth of dam-
age was done, but the fire will net In
the least Interfere with the perform-
ance tonight.
Mr. Marcus Frank was the frst to'
discover the fire end he heroically tore
down the front door and proceeded to
get the picture machine down. Mr. .L
W. Tucker arriving Just In time to as-
slt him In getting It to the ground
Had it not been for Mr. Frank's cleve.
work no doubt the machine would hav
been ruined, entailing a heavy lIes n
Mr. Tucker.
EXCURSION TO SOUTH LAKE
The Seaboard Air Line wUl operate
p Sunday school excursion from Oca
to South Lake Weir on Thursday,,May
27th. leaving Ocala at 7 a. m. The
fare for the rouad trip will be 51
cents for adults and 2S cents for child-
ren.
SPECIAL EARLY BRAKFASTS
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe. as
early as 4:30 If they desire.
JUNK BOUGHT AND SOLD

I have opened a st1"e Ww"sn the
laundry and market, waer I wMl buy
and son all kinds of junkM such as
old metal, bomes. hides, bagging, ti!-
low, barrels, rubber. etc. est I wl
also buy and sea second-hand fur-'
niture and repair funrture, stov.
etc. An expeklenced man with al
tools and facUtl iefor domg repair
work will be In charge of the repair
department, and ~t -tif~a on Is guar-
anteed. See me If you lave anything
to sell or repair. EL. Deker.
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Mrs. Walter Hood was hostess of the
Reading Club yesterdayy afternoon. The
attendance wras masIt 4t the lesson
very Instructive.
Miss Ro.ebud, the charming dauah-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robinon, is
visiting friends at her old home, Tam-


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Tr. PHILIPS CATHOLIC CHURC-A
Tomorrow will be the asmmhina s4t
our Lord. It Is the forteth W after
Baster and a feast of obdgatiuonK I
Sunday. Holy communlsm will e at
7 a. m.. and the hol sacrifie of the1
mss at 1#:30 a. m. Instruction and
rosary at 5 p. n.
A good Christians are Invited to as-.
sist to these solemn aeice. New
more than ever we need speciala, -
sings and wt should N m* with the
law of God If we wish to he bno 4

has sold hi "Columbus motor bu to
Mr. Robert Monroe, the Anthoy tur.
pentiner. Mr. Kniht says business
with him Is picking up and more ni
sight.
Dr. A. R. Toph. owner of the Mon-
teIuma hotel was to enamored at the
Improvements he is making Om the
premises that he had to come down
from Jacksonville to witness them.
Miss nEmma Washburn entertained
Miss Barnett, the beloved Sunday
teacher's class last evening. A pleas-
ant evening was spent, during whieh
refreshments were served.
PrYak Booher. who is boardlhe at
the Rents mill with his tried Mr.
Th mas, Is visiting J h parent
of town.
* Climax Mosqi*lto Canopies ane aetal
frames, best toWr the btn*e, or tan"
packed like a fshingf rod to carry on a
eamping trip. $1.25, .$1.9 tad .~9 .t
the Globe. 5,9-
Veteran Fitalptrick of Bellevlew
was is town today and retorted two
splendid showers yesterday ,, with a,
sail amount of hail, bat not enough tot
do any damage.
Rev. Pris and Mr. Volney Ue k-
inger were business visitors to the ct"
today. Mr. Prio e said Bltchton had a
splendid rain yesterday.
The Comerelal Bapk has on Its t-
play counter a 32%-pound tpele that
was grown by Mr. WI Ln uela. who
hopes to. ship three .cars thi week.
R -X AL .
Mr. raneOSt Smith who came here
from Coleman Suaday and was tikU
sick at the home of his cousin, "Mra
A. P. Gilmore, was taken bhone thA
morning to Oxford by his father, Mr.
Ben Smith. He has typhoid fever.
Mr. J. IU Smoak went down to Be-
mosassa the other day and last -aleght
went fishing with Buckshot waiar
and they caught a sheep's bead aso to
they had to borrow a neighbor to lad
the monster.
Mr. L~ . nce came In this aern-
Ing from a week's business trip thrt
South Florida in the interim t of ai
satar.

ClUmax Mosquito Canopies and metal
frames, best for the hoie. or can be
packed like a fishing rod to carr on n
camping trip. $1.25, $1.3 and $1.4 at
the. Globe. 5-1-dw

Mr. Cliffor Rayes, better known to
his Ocalat riende a "Shorty." who has
been visiting his brother. Mr.
Bayes at Palatka. passed though theb
tity today on his way to Brooksville.
Climax Mosalto Canopsie and metal
frames, best for the hoe,- -r can be
Sparked like a fishgI rod to carry on a
camping trip. 1$.26, $. 1J ald $1.9 at
the Globe. 5-I.-4w
RECALL
The Loan coal & Supply Co. has
completed the cement sidewalks around
the government buUding and is now
laying the gravel court In the rear of
the building.
Messrs. Reed & Brown, coum.dIslon
men of Cincinnati, who have rooms at
the Agnew House, have purchased an
Interest In Capt T. H. Johnson's 10-
acre watermelon crop. Shipments mwill
be made the first of next week,


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,for ~ii a we '.rill have ac ntlawaos Ia-
.-t terams water- r em"mlak f-r the
city of New YTok to the city of New
Not!ag daM6Orlea s. 4U em s of this prspmod
Ssma'e trein Chiago, aeaely aB the way
Ne -P ---fr~tWhO thmAroluh o-ne rP k a. at a e.t of a .

iayot-e cad.. "--e -". milea horsepowe available In Its
fai-n" wd!- stream w.eih is etquaet to the
.Bk.. ... .. it tol bhorspower utuised for an forms
of pr odotle & and transportation
She Wk Wmaw1 hreasheuttte country; 3 per et 0o
md 1 In i a te wo, eowser o W used is atnts-
AB habdt q ,M r a I The esB.,rvatio, of the Island wat-
Jeer F a MU erws of the. unIted States ftr thee
Spouem o1itt the greatest lan-
M BI1Fi Rh tuft wclear erf troesa the Auerican
people today. The tMintena n o
increase of agriesiture the supply of
clear water for domestic and manfte-.

Wic IWM, fig ttmCt, create a tm of Islandm
dABM from oedtr d ns i 4A transportaiUo by water, thereby rer-
CARDIE- T OP *ftdANOW A Ul& indulatb* freight rates by ral and may
h.. A s ss a p me s pt t er. i the ta up'a whose succesful
P^mo, a I 0p0wFaf t o e l A. O NA -ccc-Vpl-b.st the Muture of theu a-

du dle. Sd fft D ft hI' T TOP V, Thi m ow Is our Inventory of efforts.
n re ~ SM ^*w CaLia To-. which lies ready to our hades in the
S"f federated elubs throughout the United
States.
"- WThe appeatatmet of a chairman of
Swaterwas of the General Federation
Sof Womewas Chlubs wa made in No-
--u^ *-I i member. 1"W.
-___o 0 January 14. 1eW. letters were
seat to each tate tederatlos president
/'" -e appriif her of the action of the Gen-
ad yO end Pederatos In adding to their for-
Se W N. a-* eet an _I&cosmlumittee called
waterways, requesth4 U them to do nt&-
I O dL Am NT T wise "ad to appoint chaireman fl o
... this special committee. There was also
s ent letter to eah president nd
S aK i~bers of r theIone of men -
Im Rioting wateway deeo ent. telling
m oft P ones ftlha o tc the Gem l FPderation of
I* **-~ ** ^W N Imem's Cius taokin up this work
I U I BL-In- Ii their edndostmemnt-
TH En every Iotae the chairman oI
'In -eere of approval with promise
SI o co-operation b plact ing the
malling iat each name furnished them
for omsveutio report from which can
CheAIA.!aed correct information of
CARRIES A LARGE icis advocate&
dents ot twenty-seve.guate, most
MODERN ATE Twhom have appointed the a
action of the board ot directors, whMe
Of s ome others are waitic to And an
-active dependable woman" to accept
-th-e chairmansap, nat of which goes to
R B M prove the eInterest and eire of the
U 'R E tate president to do the best work in
the most effctive way.
AND-. T. outline of work, as formulated
by the chairman of the General Feder-
11SE1...' Fr IflI-bl-aA F atls Waterway Committee calls for
DU E SBS!E ALL K l the wort to be done through three de.
**uww wIviom WVW V 1 IIWVF partments, Education. Civic and Pub-
licity; officered by a state chairman
of Waterway, a chair of Education, of
Thk eUmw I N a n al-.Ua iP.--..iaw Civics and of Publicity.
-" -I -The duties of the state chairman are
FN ON*1kE KmL-Cwddulb=ft edad ans ifowa;
i"!e S *IN FU te; (t| 1P ftbe f ad J ways shall be recognized the leader
1"i be R i 0Kand director of the movement for the
"- a coqeervation and development of Wat-
AI e im a CMe e Iers andso or" S" erways to her state.' She shall keep
-aw In touch In all projects of her state
on nuc r frtIW Ii l relating to Waterways. gathering
Emiaft -'- 's statietics for the promotion of this
LO*Oh- ii a i ofer tBo anf p- ca
km ItrtMr -% VTll M Tn Lh each state shall be
conducted through three departments
-stcatewi Publicty and Civics, with
chairman for each, appointed by the

A *$*-1 --Ld Ma ---ee A Aelep e -, -, V tate chairman. The chairman of
-charmae In every town and populous
t e d- P d H iCcommunity.
2. Uterature wll be funisthed each



IISTE i wple Eit EA EEe possible throughout her state, and she


Skilled cooking cre l att tm to the wants of the gUe C. She shab ,keep In costant toUcb
with the work of each department
ood anaW furnishing literature and Items,' of In-
teret of both national and state, to
9Iw" eywe w 3s6 006 your publicity eWircr
7. Quarterly reports embracing all
MRS. ROBRTJAEiR. PROPRI MTRSS, OCALA the state work shall be made by the
chairman to the national chairman.
Ill I-' - The duties of the chairman of the
department of Education are as fol-
.1. The chairman of education shall
have literature showing the neccesuity
of waterway poteticUon and develop-
meat, the l"terdependence of waters
*NU" EV Ml& especially forests and minerals
n deaveing to reach all educators,
JACNilV SM M, NMl'S 1 "t* of men and womet
__- 1_ -. e shall arrange for a co. r-
ru -o& day i te schools, independent
S. r o baed with Arbor Day or
|' U $t G, f t| W another civi celebration.
-2 b& O all keep in touch with all
IItationa waterway policies and state.
T M l A 4. he shan study the state needs.
directing the educational campaign to
S#ho these, and the policy which y Ill
meet themr
L She shall also assist the state
Se6hairman to arrange throughout the
at T state for lectures (illustrated when
Lposeible) showing the need for a re-
Low ,T - Mlk 10 A m"lt of cernservatioe of waterways.
S. edeaver to secure prices to be
-- "offered for best essays upon water-
ways, sad other natural resources In
ACCOUNT OF MEETING erdpedent relation to wateys.
SAnd In the most attractive and In
-mantfold way have brought before
the minds of the children the duty of
FLORIDA ORANGE Iproteoa developing and beautify-
7. See that teachers are Instructed
tInoeseration of natural resources
GRO#E S *at the summer normal.


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lar to wommi


the ewe of one dmssof dlsewiis
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er we wa- e r. -wrw p
WN e *E 60 *h * A -
Ad m -y a b, twm0
A book of particulars wraps eacAh tbotle ff
ickdaUthors whse works agw cosmked pLy7sn ow a
iCgrediSet enteWng into these medines.
Both mediciets rs non-dcohic, noCt,o n-u cot a ti
extracts of the roots of native, America., mdMiat.
can't afford to accept as a substitute for m of tam a


embrace the vital Inportance of this A. L INTO OUM :"
movement, the material with-which \ -- ...
we are to work and the efforts put The 8. A. L. offaias passi t, 'I "
for the past three months which we Duanelloa Wednesay eay o o 'to -to
hope will pwet with the approval of Ocals, and we understaad t wAle .
the council. here they said that the, O..t f.-
Respectfully submitted, grading from Rafty "ft to ndb'
MRS D. .WUe INON.. would be given ot oa. thi I
Chalrmaa Waterways General leder- the case'!we can expect thew #;UhIIII
atoM Women's Clubs pushed to a rapid ,ome ...
A. L trains runif into D-issh h". ..- '
I"A pA3O .OS FM Co fore many mont ".-Dun.elm Adve- .
Colds and grip were iuulte preva- I ve
lent last winter and Chambaeriaa's A SCALDED NOV'S S1H1K*
Cough 1Remedy as In great deIman himiMfed hi
x performed soer e c Taylor, of NX4 y NYmVhs
Mrs. U817 J*. RobinsonOfe ? wheO eli thohght aleM be, wcufrW 0.
W. Va says.: IS winter wI s i'Is Arnim Salve w y. Coai f .'-
taken with .e of 'the awfulest oMa ds forburns, msads, cted wX
.I ever -ad In my i ,&Icou. not tu *c .e TO. br c ., M
speak above a whisper and was verr Yi on eruptions, cbfituab t W "apr
hoarse. I was afraid It was oing to hane- oor-ot pi -e .a ."
be pneumonia. I took one ,ottl. of al drup11s l
Chamblain'a Cou th i S ind"
three days was lots better and could
tak I did not take bat the meb hot TO E IT.MLON 'W a"W. .
te and It ure me. I ow tell evey- .
body about Ce.2t.wahts Couch I ave thirty crs" on. elw t IBs vu
Remedy sad the good it did me." e redy to load b the st tf J
--- I want f. o. b. buye. .
COULDN'T TAND THE PACE Chandler, N%.. Mayr 6 15W.
8i New York Firm Failed for a MATEI *
New York, May l.-Tracy Co, The M eW. C. T. V. Met mia 1
members of the New York Stock Ex- last at 1:N o'clock, when the fOlheW
change. and the Chicago Board of n program was rendered:..
Trade, ae In the hands of a receiver. Son, '"Stand UV. Stand Up for e-
E. A. Benedict has been appointed to sus."
look after the aaMlrs of the concern, Psalm read ing
which is one of the best known houses Prayer, Mr. Ausey. .. "
operating on the local exchange. Song, "Trusting on M1 Love.*
Tracy & Co. are said to have failed ftoo Reading, by Laursa Kemp.
an amount close on to $1.OWO. The Essay, Irma Seckiger. -
firm had Invested heavily In a concern Solo, Tell Mother Ill be Thee,"
which Is operating taxicab in this Mrs. Long.
city. Reading Miss Mary Kemp.
Story MIs Wates. :
A SMILE Talk. Mr. Ausle.
Is a pretty bard thing 1 alemp sh "Row Uben Was Won to tihv W. C.
when your blue,'bious and out T. U Mr. Auley. .. .: ,
sorts. There Is a sure cure for al The chapter then adjourned to meet f
kinds of stomach and liver com- with the president, Mrs. Auslo at
plaints-.constipation ad dyspepa. her home Wednesday *fternao tso a
BHllard's rbbine Is mld, yet abs.- business s meeting. After .d&etioUMal
lately effective In a cases. Price m exeMises led by the president, the list
per bottle at the Anti-Moopoly Dr of officers was revised ad taus' A'
store. follows: ". -.
Mrs. Ausley. president; Mf. Nease.
HOME FOR RENT secretary: Miss Irma acklamere
Home on Oklawaha avenue known treasurer; Miss Peart Wavono, prsm
as the Spel man H house, for rentL Ap- reporter. .
ply to A. 0. Gates. 4-14-tf piniT -, N Km.
If you desire a cleua complexIon mothers meetings; Mrs. m A so-
take Foley's Orino Laxative tor cin- ial meetings; Maias Ray, sule.tit U
stUpaton and liver troubles as It wil temperaee ins.; MWil. Wi La tairs
stimulate these organs and'therough.- and open air meetings; Mmx. i aBn.
ly cleanse your system. wUe is what health and heredity; Mf t emSu- *11-
evexyone needs In the sping in order rity In art and literatue; Mrs. W u
to feel wel. Sold by all dugt. t soldiers a sa ; . J A
SIslatlo and petitiOn; Mlo 1ub r B.) ,.C 3
flowerr malsion; M N t Woodoti 4 M -
L. ALEXANDER :W ; C I= *s- S
test. -
Practieal Two dolarsE and tw-eat"ve sS
MA ANTE AO = ture.
liRT AtV yiUA committee composed of Mrs H1
- Carewfl estimates mao e an La" Mrs. Nease ad Mias Warren
contra work. a more and beat was appointed to aUWge aa 5 em*-
tr work for t rm tha aW tertailament at ,an searbdaft pro- S
other emstrsotor E own. ceeds of same to go to idoary of the
W. C. T. U. and I, T.- I

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