Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 20, 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: VID03172
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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1 pound Cam Prote Prune le. 4th.
2 Pound Cane Presto PrunMs a9. esok
Presto Pre-r are fie Canfertis
fruit and re ady for use. Try a coan.
Herring Roe, 1 pund 1Cau .
Herring Roe, 2 poeM m Cw u, i
Asparagus Tips, 5e. Tih
Argo Salmon 20., two fer Ue.
Black Pepper in glam. Ni.e f*r hre
table, 10o. each.
Pineapple Chunks. Filee gedl, a0.




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Second floor, Holder Bbo*k,


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Office hours: 8 to 12 a.; ,1 to
5 p. m*


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Offers the very best strv e'of
skilled workmen with -modern ap-
pliances. Strictly SRttary. Electric
fans. electric manage.
Hot Iluming WMiter M A TIe.U
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Plans and SpecilcatIons uratohed
Upon Request.

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Phone 180. OvAA.



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Pamodl the ftaUr- Co06mi06an
WBf-5tud.el Alae HuStsing.

Tae auee Jla. May 20.-The
Be-etf Representatives yesterday
by a *te of 3 to 20 refused to pass
the Oard resolution relating to dis-
franchbement, Mr. Hillburn making
the onat speech.
The house alp tabled a motion to
allow Mr. Beard thirty minutes to ad.-
dresw them on the subject.
A report read in the house from the
comptroller shows a deficit under the
present pension law of over $20,000.
The house by a vote of 0o to 0,
passed the railroad commiselon bill.
prepared by Senator Massey. former
counsel to the commission, and in-
troduced by Mr. Davis. of Madison,.
and by a vote of 56 to 1. the bill to.
create a board of state assessors, in-
troduted by Mr. Parrs, of Duval was
The bill provides that the board of
state assessors shall consist of the
comptroller, the attorney general and
the chairman of the railroad commis-
sion, instead of leaving the duty to
be performed by the comptroller alone
as heretofore.
I In the Seeate
Iit the senate most of yesterday's
megsson was spent on the pension bill
There seems to be no doubt that the
bill will pasm. but with several
amendments, the principal one beht4
that relating to the proper qOaifl.
nation. The bill In its pgrnt :osrm
provides that the ownersaMp at prop-
erty to the amount of $5.00 will @is-
bar anyone froit obtaJining a peniM.
This t thought. wm be am.em .d
so that Instead of $5,000 4wr.I.
property the dilquallIcation ,JWit*ad
"an Income of" some h g ie mnt.
Sentiment is almost '.naRifous In
favor of changing Abhe present pen-
slon law, so that whatever pensions
are s warded can be paid, W,.- it c tan-
not be said as yet exactly whlt fornrl
the change will take.
The house Is now holding three ses-
slons a day, and. the senate, too, and
hope grows stronger that the last
weeks of the -session will see a good
deal of wholesome legislation accom..
la the nIal condition of any iBd that
has worts-If it lives. Think of bav-
lag something In your stomach that
mete aSyou take as nourlusmunt. Mlne
tMths of the able have vorm n may
be yors has. Be earstain that t has
hot by givlag it Whites Cream Ver-
aftuge-t expels all worms and Is a
tonic for the baby. Prme 26 cents,
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore

The music, pictures' and singing
et the town hall on Thursday night
of laat wek were greatly enjoyed by
all present. The voting on the silver
cup to the prettiest girl in the house
and the cake of soap to the laziest
man was greatly eijoyed, and after
the voting and laughing for some time
It was decided to count votes, when t
was discovered that the cup went to'
Miss Ella Lyles, she having a few
more votes than Miss Miriam Thorm)-;
son, who was close behind her. The
soap was awarded to Mr. Henry!
Mrs. J. A. Freeman left Thursday
afternoon for Plymouth to visit her'
son, who is agent at that place. Her
many fre'ids wish her a pleasant
time while away. ,
The Levon baseball team came over
Saturday with many more of the Le-
von people, to play a match game of
ball with Bellevlew. It was a warm
afternoon, but the boys played well
on both sides, but Levon won by a
gieat majority It was a very Inter-
esting game and 'everyone present
enjoyed- It very much. Bellevlew
boys did not loose courage if'they did
get beat; ;bey shall try It again Bat-
urday week at Levon. People from
Summerfeld also came to enjoy the

M. 0. M. Gale alwnt a day and
night in Oeala last week visiting
friends and reports a most enjoyable
Mr. I XI. Hopkins and wife spent
Saturday night and Sunday at their
cottage on the shores of Lake Snmith.
Miass ena Nichols has been on the
sick IsaW for some weeks, but is able
to be out again, we are glad to re-
Mrs. May XcPhaul made a flying
trip to the Brick. City on Thursday of'
last week, going dip on the 2:16 tra|n
and returang about 6 o'clock In the
afternoon In an automobile. She re-
ports a fine trip.
Mr. C. C. ryant and wife and
baby left Sunday for Oeala. where he
will work for Hi. B. Masters.
Miss Alice Polly spent Saturday
ard Bunday until trkin time in Belle-
view visiting friends and relatives
All were glad to see her on our streets



Sudden Deti Of sth Great Financier
and tadard Oil Magnate
New York, May 2,-HL. H. Rogers.
the Standard Oil ma..ate, died at his
residenee In thil e city Ynterday.
He arose about S o'le" and about
6:30 o'clock he began to feel ill. com-
plaining of numbness and nausea. B-
fore anything could be done he sank
and died.
Rogers was in the office of the
Staadard Oil Company Tuesday and
afpeared to be n good spirits. His
health has been failing somewhat for
several years past. and had curtailedl
h!s financial operations to some ex-
tent on that account, but be continued
to perform the duties of vice presi-
dent of the Standard OIL The death
of Rogers follows closely upon the
completion of the great railway pro-
ject of the Virginia Railway, to the
accomplishment of which the ener-
gle of his later years and a very con-
siderable portion of his private for-
tune was devoted. His death was
due to a stroke of apoplexy.


We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Halrs Catarrh
Cure. F. 3. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, 0.
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly h norable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kiunan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0.
Hairs Catarth Cure is taken Inter-
sally. acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price. 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hairs Famlly Pllis for consti-

-bievett Wwik Hunting on Sunday
mad Killd a Hige Rhino
Nairobi, May 20.-Colonel Roosevelt
went hunting last Sunday and had
unusually good luck and a very ex-
c'ting time.
The party came upon a huge female
rhinoceros. The (rst. shot from the
coloners rifle wounded the beast in
the shoulder. The animal fled into
the bushes and Roosevelt followed on
it1. horse. He pumped six more shots
into her before she fell dead.
The head and skin of the beast
weighed 530 pounds. It Is a fine spec-
:men and will be mounted.

the merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hal., *;p26 Olive Street. St.
Louis. Mo.
M. J. R. Williams went down to
Ocala Wednesday.
Mrs. Mattle Sherouse and daughter.
Mrs. L. Wellhoner,- of Palatka, are
visiting relatives here.
Rev. Tompson. of Island Grove.
preached at the Baptist church Sun-
day afternoon. The house was well
filled and the sermon much enjoyed.
Miss Sue C. Boseman and brother,
Howard, left Friday for their home at
Leesburg. Miss Bozeman will be
missed very much by the many warm
friends she has" made while here.
Mrs. Carl Harter left for her home
at Sparr Friday.
Miss'Belle Holder, who has been at-
tending school here. left Thursday for
her home at Alachua.
Mr. D. A. Hopkins, engineer, who
has been running on the Citra "short,'"
fur several weeks, left Tuesday and
Mr. John Rimes it in his place.
Conductor Walter Ray will go to
Palatka Friday to be present at the
graduation exercises, when his daugh-
ter., MIsg Merwn. will graduate from
the Palatka High School.
Mr. Carswell of Ocala., was in our
little city this week.
Ml.s Eva Johnson left Monday for
her home at Reddick. after visiting
her sister here.

Wm. Upchurch, of Glen Oak, Okia.,
was an exile from home Mountain
air. he thought, would cure a frightful
.ung racking cough that had defied all

-remedies for two years. After six
months be returned death dorging his
step. "Then 1 began to use Dr.
Klng's New Discovery," he writes,
"and after taking six bottles I am a
well as ever." It saves thousands
yearly from desperate lung disease.
Infallible for coughs and colds, It dis-
pels hoarseness and sore throat
Cures grip, bronchitis, henArrhages,
asthma, croup, whooping cough. 59c
and $1, trial bottles free. guaranteed
b. all druggists.

For rent an eight-room residence
well located on South Third street.
A .lt.Vx TU+#^ 0 -- a-

Esserted by Veterans of Bo l Blue
and Gray, Taft Visited the Fieda
Made Famous in ',-'IS

Petersburg. Va., May 20.-Presideat
Taft was the guest yesterday of both
Pennsylvania and Virginia when he
delivered his address M Fort Mahone
following the- unveiling of the monu-
ment and statue of Gen. John 7.
Hartranft, erected in mpemory of the
Pennsylvania soldiers bho fell in the
lighting about Petersbrg during the
war between tlhe Stated, and later be-
came the guest oT this city at lun-
cheon and reception tendered In his
The president's visit to Petersburg
has had the city aflutter for more
than a month, and plans for his en-
tertainment have surpassed anything
of the sort ever undertaken here. The
occasion of Mr. Taftrx first visit to
the South as president was taken ad-
vantage of by Virginians for a dis-
play of hospitality for which this see-
tion long has been noted.
Upon his arrival shstly after 9 a.
m.. the President was driven at once
to the old battlefields so rich in his-
toric interest. I
He first witnessed at Fort Stedman
the unveiling of the- tablet which
stands on the spot where the third
division of the Ninth Army Corps,
commanded by General Hartranft,
later governor of Pengsylvania, re-
captured the works, on March 25,
Embrick. the secret. of the Penn-
sylvania battlefields e'qm'-sleon, de-
livered the oration, and Miss Mabel
Izabetine Jones. of Boaton, pulled the
silken string which retlased the:&ags
around the tablet.
' From "Fort Stedftan, the president
and party were drlvIW to Fort Ma-
hone, where the Hartatnft statue has
been constructed at a tost of S50,OM.
Every Inch of the way traversed by
the chief executive witnessed bloody
battlefields. Old soldiers in blue and
gray rode side by side from Stedman
to Mahone. It was a day of olden
recollections and later ra-day of fra-
Col. R. H. L. Godd of Provi-
dence, R. L, presided at the unveiling
of the statue. The enveloping flags
were released by a committee of wo- A
men selected from the North and the
South, among them Mrs. William
Mahone, wife of the Coifederate gen-
eral for whom the fort was named.
Others on the committee are Mrs.
Harold A. Gilbert, of Williamsport,
Pa.; Mrs. Clarence GL l Fwler, of Har-
rtsburg, daughter or General Hart-
ranft; Mrs. Wrn. H. McGill daughter
of General Mahone, and Mrs. I. A.
Dodd, of Baltimore.
An oration was delivered by Major
Isaac B. Brown, president of the
Pennsylvania BatUleneMd Commission,
and following this oration came the.
address of President Taft whose sub-i
ject was. "Union." At the conclusion;
of the president's address Governorl
Stuart. of Pennsylvania, turned the
monument over to thq state of Vir-
ginia, the speech of acceptance being
delivered by Governor Swanson.

Every Woman Will be anteresaed
If you will sena your name and ad- !
dress we wfll mall you free a package
of Mother Gray's Australian Leaf, an
certain, pleasant herb and never fall-1
ing. If you have pains in the back,I
urinary, bladder or kidney trouble, use,
this pleasant union of aromatic herbs,
roots and leaves. All druggists selH
it. 50 cents, or address. The Mother!
Gray Co, Leroy, N. T. 2

Climax Mosquito Canopies and metal
frames, best for the home, or can be
packed like a> fishing rod to carry on a
camping trip, $1.25, $1.89 and $1.98 at
the Globe. 5-19-dw

If you expect to get the original
Carbolized Witch Haul Salve, you
must te sure it is DeWitt' Carbollsed
Witch Haxel Salve. It Is good for
-uts, burns and bruises, and is espec-
ially good for piles. Refuse substi-
tntes. Sold by all druggists.
.We have a most exquisite lne of
fancy imported china in many dI'-


pieces. The Anti-Monopoly


Office-Second Floor The Munroe &
Chambllsi Bank Buildlng. Ocala,
Telephones--Oce, 222: R;ideaee,
Ofee Hours-9 to 12 a. m.; 2 To 4
p. a.: 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.

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Mr. S. G. McCook. representative of
the subscription department of the
Jacksonville Times-Union, was in
town on Wednesday and tarried at
the Pleasant Hills house over night.
Mr. Thos. RB Baker and his son, Dr.
Wm. Baker. with the wife of the lat-
ter. left for their home In New York
the past week.
A party of men and boys from Pe-
drp, with two wagons and a boat,
passed through town on Tuesday en
route to the river on a hunting an
fishing trip. The party was In charge
c-f the genial king of barbecuers. Mr
Robert Perry.
Mr. Me3ly Proctor, county commis-
sloner for this district, was In town
on Monday. We wish his visits might
be productive of some improvement
In the road Improvement In the road

pp t W. D'tto or to Guy Tophl. abr- twUDJL
at te Moteaina otel x'd elrsale We oub I

TaI t emtify that ll druggists Ia Omseetion With the Hoel OMe another piece of pubHc roa
are autborlaed to refund your smoney Cl Mosquito Canopies and metal county in as badcondition.
If r leys s ey and T ar iPaus to cre frames, best for the home. or can be Skilled workmen and courteous at- Some "varmint" has been
o coua- or cold. It stops the packed like a fishing rod to carry on a tentlon to all. Special attention to havoc among the yeung chl
poagh, heels the lNsAs and prevents camping trip, $1.25, 1.39 and $1.99 it children, town. Mr. T. B. Snook and I
petumonia and consumptIon. Con- the Globe. 5-19-dw ---- ham having lost quite a ni
talm no opiates. The genuine is In a ELCTRIC MABAGB late. On Saturday night the
yow package ld hy aHll druggjit.- Kverybody is likely to have kidney HO1T AND COLD WATER Mr. D. D. Peake was r
rsA" bidder trouble. In fact nearly -ome 4ozen or more Uttle bld
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R. R. CARROLL. SeeiessM *..ea... T-- -t. ea Mr. ailw + Pl (t Iu a
C--.-L L s --r ae R.erat Sa am petition 4 re ak BelMism b-
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WHAT IBRING TH OLEEP *- i g"d-- sag'ffOm ons. t.i 1 eL I deP.f
We .new it-St has cot an as w"e i sf.e l i l.l e l nad of earnl aB .s1 I a 1 wi t. ad
predicted In our mind's ee. JUt Wr r the ~rs ot J edae
to "our CAestReemed" cotemporry t r t t v Jy be at tt eight o ar t
"brick pavements and a _eweg_* th_ and we Tbv sa0e II- at Ie Mrnn I do not tsa It wle to
temrn" alone do not create toW --- ll aa we. tee O ,aBeSd it pipIt clode at 1 pe a. I aaek ready at any
not cause Ocala to grow with iapi hat elapt y l br d y tier ea=- N 1 to t* =if pt to dole at 3
and bounds" and he come wt a g d to the ta e e the p. a e the et me or iat
column and a half of beautiful f0 tofn1 sad In so 6ther way. The poetic a. IhoI Sir 8h OIL f the hardware
poem, and with a willing lt to eand te.altrn e diviely weet to s chaste cby rme ther anival
lighten, which is as charging as i contaplte, bta in wth. w ad a 1 p of. na let ha get up a s~aate
optimism. but after cared lF eafet.ot ae M vIwasdtl advaucws -1d ra- their deseitu ltatsMil I wisa"
the ame e cannot cree one tonso-M d tell swe growu, y lot eIn pa to lotate att I p. n ot the d ldy oa lay
reason to salnsay the Staro's sert a you eas V bs r d by p my tm wto d fs a t p S tor 1 ooe at S
namely, to promote po eslation theae '- dtotp. Resapectf, or at
mut be probable mof beans for employ TH CAKE CONT T Oeeor A. l Ntheh.
ment With the growth of spirit to AT MATIN to and to lo
comes Increased population g asnd yoa Rnbt. In at I p. get up a separateIICO
optimismand but after cafllyrein g civ a advances d -afor the convengremencem of ntheeves. a beesh
This is all we contended fonr and tal s growmustc" retosedate th e I as y otend of thesIn
fnamlct of the ages etablation thts. n- Wirs aiw the aroe-as-ed solar yLantf cofr e:
controvertble tatemeans for Whenever mpoMr. and CAKE. Ch. eal request
ment. With the growth of lndustrWu AT TiN AaCARlh

you create a condition that make a J. ho of r presteeaf at the

town grow and keep it growing, all philips, J. J. PylesJ. rowo, J. m a of their isat Battle Rae
these convr the convenes comeand whcy? o. at Martin, & C mistoe B e to Mr. Marti lthaser Rey-
BeThicause te copentple are arnn the "quiteae A "r A. Inoti n B acu oveda Sunday e eanyla. then ther-
controvertible statement. Whenever lowing lMa3es"Motedfor t hprioe: randKm m m m .Veal request

money to secure them and every pros- L* tennelL J Lwad, L .Ueth of MaTy, at half past seven
pwrous and growing people demoad IHelomrn, IL W. n J. H.I Der* o'clock, St. Johns Methodist church.
them. Paved street and santation aErvin, W. T. Richoe, L W. Drval Cotton Plant. ia.
are an essential part of the life of an R. 8. Marsha.L M. PIrry, N. E.
Intelligent population, but these con- PriestI K Knight. J. R. Branson IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT
editions only exist, that become en- W. D. Tomoldns, W. Colbert and
ters of Industrial life. There are hbun- *. Pyies, Mrs. Blair nd Mrs.Dav The court was engaged all forenoon
dreds of towns In Florida today, many eonditions of the contest were in hearing the evidence of C. A. John-
of them good towns, with population, you had to use Henry Clay Sflour d son of the Gem mine, and Mr. Tom
many of whom appreciate the con- Paflrbanks cottolene. The judges to Tower, superintendent of the Mutual
veniences and comforts we are speak- the contest were Mrs. W. D. Graham, Mining Co.. Citrus county. Mr. John-
Ing about and yet they will never Mrs. Elmer DeCamp and Ms Ma so was on the stand all yesterday
have them as a community, unless Taylor. All the ekes were number- afternoon and gave a very Interesting
their growth in popuhitlon and m- ed and a slice taken from eac .Thene a-count of how he pitted the land and
terial wealth Increases. Ocala's growth was a splendid aw y of ake and the amount of work two men could do
Is circumscribed unless Its material the admiration of all who saw them. In stking pit hoews.
Interests are stimulated. You bring 'Thi Judges decided that Mrs. L. W.
this about by the creation of cheaper Duval was thO winner of te Ars Mrs. Jake Brown Is busy getting
transportation of merchandise. In a Henry Clay flour, which she domated ready to Wave for St. Louis an soon
word. your people make Ocala a corn- to the Baptist orphanage at Arcad1 as school Is ended. JBhe will be ac-
petitive point by utilizing the waters There was another cake tht almos compnied by her son and daughter
of Silver Springs and that will cause tied Mrs. DuvYs Aand Its geeal) e- Master Julius and Miss Helen. She
other wholesale houses to locate here cellence so commlended Itself to the goes to St. Louis to be present at the
and distribute their products. It will judges that they gave it honorable graduation from the St. Lous High
also aid the farmer and trucker Ly mention. It was the con0octiol of School of her lister's children. They
giving them better rates out of the Mrd. J. J. Pyles and well deserved the will be absent all summer, part of
state. Again you establish some kLn4 encomiums It kecelved. as we ste a which time Mrs. Brown and children
of manufacturing Interests, these need piee of It and know whweof we .will spend with Mrs. Brown's mother
skilled labor. Their wages and. living *,ak. Nebraka City Nebraka.
will contribute to the Increased trade During the cutting of the cakes li Nebrska City, Nebraska.
of our merchants. As you make such cake and lemonade was served and Tampa held a grand rally Teday
Industries a success others follow, reatly enjoyed. The oeasion, aside nlt n the ldterest of the T. M. C.
those working in them become home frogs the big advertisement for He y A buldindl the purpose of which was
makers, home makers become tax- flay flour and cottolene. was a very to ralse $,000 additional money to
payers, taxpayers foot the bill for I leasant social gathering. double the apacilty of the structure
public comfort and public conven- K4 u With that object In view 250 leading
fences. paved streets and sewerage.South Bulor wth leave next M buaes men met around a banquet
Without these enhanced conditions dat Fori, will leave w 's Mon- board, organized and appointed ten
the comforts and conveniences re- day for Westerly. L, where* i prominent citiseas to load In securing
ferred to become a burden to the tax spend the summer, returning to Tam- the amount sought by dividing the city
payers already here, and this is ust pa the early part ofs October. Th into 20 dvslons with 10 men in eacb
where our arguments -eome In and are many friends of this Lmbn sgente.- division, to make a thorough canvass
Irrefutable. There can be no "leaps man wish him a pleasant summer va- of the territory aseged. Unbounded
and bounds," as our esteemed contem- cation and a happy return.-Tampa enthusiasm purvalled and there Is no
porary putp It, unless the taxpayer I Tribune. Nqudstlon but what the amount deair-
equipped with the elastic financial Mr. Ed Buffum was a ftor r real- ed will be secured.
rubber heel of a successful business, dent of Staeton-on-Lake-Wer; In
which must be general to secure de- fact. he and his brother, ted, wee The toAdlng proposition sabmitted
sirable Improvements. We decline to Noneers of the place, estabibehed the The to t ial atuo y
accept Editor Harris' argument In first store at that place. Afterwards t the votes of Tamp4 Tuesday for
this comparison: the brothers organizes the Buftma d down by A te of two to one, not
Loan &A Trust ~.o., removed the offiee e down by a oe of two to one, not
"Ocala has what Atlanta pos- from Stanton to Ocala and did a very because the Ioproveneats needed, a
sesaes, and what has made her a successful businom until te treee of bride across the Hillsbore, a new city
great city-It has the geographical 18 -s'9 u which destityed al of t hall, a hospital and street sewage.
location. Atlanta is simply held 184-'0groves on which the coyedpay he are not needed, but It seems it all
together by her red clay hils- mortgages and ruined It ss nwlaly arose over fetional differences. Now
her geographical locatiop ha Mr. Ed Buffum bult the hbSse now the be.t and herat thing Tamps dtleens
made her a city of destiny." owned by Mr. ward Holder, which. o to et other and be a
Now this 1a all bosh, because the although it has been remodeled s and t on certain public Improvements
comparison is not a good one and the made very handsome, was the fiet and that thrifty and rowtng city will
conditions as they refer to the two home in the city at the tihme It was secure tlam. The "outs" distrust the
places are .not analogous and never Art constructed. While Mr. Buum as" Ch iorm distreut and, prusto,
have been, but what may become of has many friends In Goals and all Of Tampa will glory nto her increased,
Ocala depends entirely upon her peq- the population knew of hima them, yet public facBlUes ad betterments.
pie. There must be persistent unity In, the Intervening years how few by p
of action along certain well defined, co*apartson remember him. stevr. H. Kelgwc pastor of the
practical and established rule of bus- Prsbyteran church at Arcadia, de-
Iness. That spirit is sadly lacking The Tampa Tribune of w Ma1t in I Uvered his farewell sermon Sunday at
here, and if the Banner can create speaking of the turn of --- that place, to accept a position as fl-
and unity that spirit and set it in mo- degat for It tour of ern nancial agent of the Presbyterian
tion to useful efforts, a monument Caif a to inspect the methods of college during the summer monthse
awaits it. Then Editor Harris goes gathering, cooling and h lag r and accep^tng the pastorate of the
off into poetic ectacles of our climate. fruit, said r. and Mrs. W. B. Gray Presbytertan church at Wildwood dur-
We admit it is good, par-excellent, as stopped d off at Inke WeM r wth Mr Ing the winter. This eloquent gentle-
good a winter climate as is poseesed Job L. Carney who also aare tre ma l Ri vaey friend te pas hne
by earth, but Ocala and Its vtcnity-trip to California. Mr. Gray is nt the at ta River, where in past he
hold no royalty on It. There are mil head of the Carney Investment Co,. at h fresatly pr e
lions on millions of acres scattered aU ,, .. -- __L -

over the state. Bryan and Shellyj vlaable grove proertle on the ISe Mr. M. F. Dick, a phosphate mining
poetic effusions that have made lo- and of which orpoperti Mr. there expert, is a guest of the Montesuma.
eailtles and streams famous. are all and of which corporation Mr. Carney and a witness in the phosphate case
calltles and streams famous, are all is the capable manager. The TribuneS now being Mard In the Pcircuit caeourt.
right in their way, but poetry roppe aid the delegation was delighted with
and the hard. harsh materialistic what the saw In the Golden a r n Long of Bolder
count on a big asset that will aid state and the royal ttal't, as town yesterday. He is pleas-
Ocala In laying brick pavements ad ed the visitors. ed to report that he is just re-com-
silver lined sewers. We can't quite Mr. W. A. Priestmissioned for another four years a
fathom what Columbus had to do with intown yesterday and reported that ptmaster of his town. ,
Ocala any more than the million of thecantaloupe vines are sheddg The Star reporter had the pleasure
other towns scattered over the laud badly and that 70 per cent of the first The tar reporter nad the pleasure e
The Banner says: blossoms wl be lot H e said this hismoranin of meeting Messrs. W. Ds
"And when the Mayflower was unfortunate State. of Afairs was g3an two of Its enteP. rising and successful
finally fitted out and landed on eral among the power os his seeties yog tr c 'sThey reported th
Plymouth Rock. what did Its res- and It' would make the crop late. nke crop as a good average one and
olute pioneers find? Bleak shores, received for same faul good prices
and further Inland, a wlidernes. *,-"-- received for same-tr-y good prs s
They did not find any anutac- TV and on the whole fairly satisfactory.
l n d The tomato crop is just coming in and
turning planLs whistles from steam r the several Ingelduatos Whi a promises big money, bringing readily
engines, or any of those /great Plece's distributors of the products of la- by leaders in all te ]e schools said to have taken the town
bor. It is altogether a mistaken ted e should have fa more w ht n pd to have tf ake athe top-notch
idea to presuppose that popuia than Any USainout Of n-Sepa emo prices and is hapodu led and knttop-nothe
tlon and civilization are beckoned timonials Dr. Plae%' lvaPV tcr pr king of the cake raising bunch athe
on by these industries." o UnlIsJIKEW= D3orBrOr016M kingtet Bushneh at
No, not so much so in those days, In a full s n o shnel
but now Its the all becokoning hand ~ e Pl -Ini JSa l POR BALE-At Port McCoy, forty e
that creates a tremendous strike among cr of the best strawberry and let-
men and of capital who s.all In.ade hrah a put' S toce land in Marion cocaty, situated
new lands and places and establish -"o. a. l vica a mile and a half trom the Rents rall-
these plants that become the life blood dt|.,l etroad: cheap for cqah. Apply to W. H
of the towns. doubling its population rpol p rbha dark sps a e. Mc onn. P. 0. Box 54. o
and giving to those places all the up- b f teeyms, aant a "
to-date conveniences of life. 80 plain a b h llliT-
and simple though a wayfarer he need 2e rl t i l
not err as to the cause of maid town's frgaaB not d beater ha~ as DSEI A f PIIC
prosperity-brick sidewalks, and saw- s I. Ylvffu l ise u Lli r
era Included. True, the Banner saw Th ll < gtll0'n a n
the opportunity of establishing a pa- lg a "I VIkar e t
per In Ocala. but It was left for thb -* ite P iiS k in tihe Wate a

Star to put the ginger In the bus-iness esuag --
that has given steady employmept to
several score of men, boys and gls
and its payroll is an evidence that It
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tar; they save money in y

YOu would'nt do that I.

i'ather buy a $100 horse than a $t8 onel lpv_" ,

worththe price asked.

It's the same in clothes; you nt "&4ft; "

than these of Hart Sohaffr & but you'd et,

priced clothes are like oie $25 horse; they.ay.

money, but they're not worth enough.

r21 11 get value for your aoney here -in
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Sohaffner & Marx clothes; glad to prove it to y6 & sj1Si-

iMke these goods the feature of oar business, our.,,

as the Home of Hart Sohaffner & Marx clothes 4.
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John T. Wfl4fd, a printer on the
Metropolis, Is ia jall'at Jacksonville.
accused of a murderous assault on his
sister-in-law, Mrs. Jaua B. Green
Mrs. Green was found at ,ber bhoa
Monday afternoon. %unoonmsclos and
lying in a pool of her own blood. She
had been struck down several howrs
before. On recovering esaclounness,
she accused Wilford of being her as-
sallant. Wilford mn-hit We s Isn-
nocence. He woed here on the Ban-
ner some years ago, and those who
know him do not think he is the sort
ota man who would be likely to com-
mit such an act.

One of the most comfortable and
best located medium slmed homes In
the city, close In and on best street, is
offered for sale, completely furalshed
or without furniture. House is to
best of condition and has all modern
convnLonc s. Apply to W. wDitto.

and are alwaysS g sao o uts,
sprala4, bruitas, bmpa, bra- or
scalds. Dot mget -memsuh tal-
they may resiut a rlouly t Iyo d
Apply Ballard's Snow Iabmeat ao.-
cording to mdl islh right away ad
It will relieve the pain ad hel a*
trouble. Priem e 14, %am 1 at tba
Anti-Monopoly Dregat.
The Seaboard Air Line will operate
a Sunday school excursion rom Ocala
to South Lake Weir on Tharsday, May
27th, leaving Ocala at I a. a. The
fare for the round trip will be 50
cents for adults asd 32 cents for child-
Those wishla extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
early as 4:S t they desire.
I have Just reewed aW supply
of electbte Aturm. Amog them are
-ome handsaae beracet atur a I nad
ngston fixtures, averted or tmed
down. HL W. T.uew.


One of the greatest an vseahlnee
bout the a- e is ea of these Aser-
ean Electrc Smoothing Iress. Beat-
d in a minute, an even tempstues
ever soiled or smoked Get pyar w ,
other or sister ome of them. Two
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Attorney T. P. Lloyd. of Inverness,
is more than pleased with his experi-
ment in growing potatoes and fatten-
Ing hogs with same. He is probably
the largest patron of the Invernems
lee & Cold Storage ,Co, having a
large amount of hams and ahouldere
In cold storage and a meet supply to
last until the ducks again southward
fly. 8e pleased s the genal colonel
with his agricultural labors that eh
proposes to enlarge his plant and Arith
that object in view he ha1 purchased
the Bannertes gasolene engine for Ir-
rigating purposes and as the summer
passes he will prepare a celery bed
on his peninsula on Tealapopka Lake
and is satisfied its quality wfi out-
rival the Sanford growth Another
crop the colonel has his eye eo Is his
fine sugar cane patch. He says It is a
daisy and. when the time comes to
cut and grind It, he will create out of
the lake an Immense supply bed of
smurmIng. and invite all the obuaty
rouod to drink to Internem and Cit-
r' county's prosperity. The colosal
can "kalkllate- on a full house.
of headache, as wen as M l8 women.
but all get quick mdlef and prompt'
cure &r Dr. King's New Life PUll
the word's beet remedy for is w sad
nervous headache. They make. poe
bod asad strong nerves ad PON up
Iur health. Try them. at al

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Soda Wate
Ice Cream

The lovers of real
arnd il-' cream find o0
ispot for them. We a

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ri'_handle slOk typewriter ribbons. 75c.
'ach; $4 per dozen.
t h 0 ,Fne candles, fresh stock Schles-
I n .m o e sI nger'syI best In pounds and half-
,11I- .pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
Jeha R. DeWeyw 1 Mrs. DePass and children, who were
the guests of Mrs. T. H.- Br aes for
COdlW , ium PIlrcK -Com erCia a wcek. returned to Gainesyle this
.1 i d CAOWv ei.y Located. Offers afternoon.
Cr Raes to atly BardNer. ca Col. J. M. Martin left Tuesday night
istabce TelipheMt, Psiat Number 21. for South Carolina to visit his brother.
Mr. Alfred Martin, who has not been
mr T I onj'yijng good health this sprin .
Climax Mosquito Canopies and metal
frames, best for the home, or can be
packed )lke a fishing rod to carry on a
rB Time camping trip. $1.25. $1.39 and $1.98 at
thie Globe. -5-19-1W
PlacJja-ksonville is to build its first dis-
good sodawater tinctive apartment house. It will be
goo) soawater alocp*pd at the corner of Church and
urs touches the Ilogan streets.
im at quality,

whichh is why we hit their apprecla-
iln. The quality of our confectionery
'nak At necessary to keep up the
iputation of our store, and oar soda-
.iter and ice cream does just that


Tlh. quality you want, and that's 7
avSW s dlependable. brings good re- $. 1A
- :lts. A business is often judged 'Pi
hy its stationery-If we've supplied CLSU f
vourti ther('ll be no* cause for us- "L H aOS
" v -_ L-TER MCrAOS I!l
.a.1.iness over the verdict. The LETTER MEADS111
pockptlhook argument of our -ap- M
pIlies is as unanswerable as their o
lquaility is unassailable. ''

and taste as sweet. That's why Schles-
Inger's and Lowney's Candles In half
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure
confections these; flavor delicious. Our
confectionery Is free from adultera-
tion. It Is wholesome and h*althfuL
Very kind of confectionery here.
,Frutts, Cold Drinks, Cigars and yews-
S papers.


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SFresh Meats Groceries, Chickens, Eggs, Etc. Produce Both
Bought and Sold.. Fresh and- Salt Water FI h. The Most Cor-
Splete Place of Its Kind in the Country. Re-modeled and Right
A Up-To-Date. First Class Restaurant in Cornneotion. First Class
Meals and Reasonable Board to Weekly Customers

\ Serap Iron and Metlal, Also Green Hides Bought
*'1 and Sold.




Have you seen the new visible Pay-
.hjoles typewriter? R. C. Davis & (o.
general agents.
Mr,. J. J. Williams has returned -o
Homosassa after a delightful visit of
a few days with Mrs. W. M. Goin.

A note from Mrs. Alex Wynne. of
Eastlake. yesterday, reports her hus-
band still a great sufferer and con-
lined to his bed. We sincerely wish
Mr. Wynne a speedy recovery.

Mr. D. W. Tompkins returned from
Fernandina this morning, where he
purchased a bunch of horses.

Mr. J. C. Howell. of Anthony. who
was a visitor to the city today, said
he would begin threshlng his big oat
-,hip tomorrow.

Mr. St-roble. the Clyde agent, with
headq,-.-.ters at Leesburg, was In the
tity tolay..
.Mssrs. Theus & Singleton, who
took in Lake Jumper yesterday, re-
turned last night. They had great
' Mr. Bradford Webb, the efficient
manager of the Standard Lime Co., qt
Kendrick. was in town this morning
and made the Star a pleasant business
Mrs. F. E. Thumasson accompanied,
by her children arrived in Ocala to-
day from Live O'ak to visit her sister.
Mrs. R. 8. Hall
Mr. John Pelot of Jacksonville, is
expected to arrive in Ocala Saturday
for a few day's visit. Mr. Pelot comes
down especially to attend the grad-
uating exercises Monday evening :-t
- hch time his brother. Marion, will
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones of Balti-
more. Md.. have come to Ocala to
make their home and are pleasantly
located at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Blaine on Watula street.
Miss Mary Connor was hostess last
evening of the Ocala Concert Orches-
tra at the home of her sister. Mrs. 1).
F. Coadon. Quite a large number of
music lovers were present to enjoy
the music. Miss Connor assisted by
her sister served dainty refreshments
(during the evening.
Mrs. D. W. Davis. who has been in
Jacksonville several weeks, is now it
Pablo Beach. 'Sunday Mrs. Davtis
will be joined by her son. Mr. No-ton
Davis. who has been attending Donald

One day more of school. The
three days of this week will be devot-
ed to examinations. Happy day wh-n


Eix-'er of the above will cost you
more than double elsewhere.



Gtorge Kibbe'. Turner in the leading
article n the June McClure's shows
how Tammany Hall. with the aid of
crooks, thugs and the lowest order *:
parasites, controls New York City
elections; Prof. E. T. Brewster con-
tributes an article on "The Animal
Mind From the Inside" In which he
declares that animals can not reason
and that men do not reason anything
like as much as they are commonly
supposed to; Marion Hamilton Carter
tells of the great work being done for
"The Conse-vation of the Defective
Child" by Dr. of the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania: George F. Par-
ker writes of Cleveland's part in the
in. :.rance crisis and President Taft
explains his attitude toward organized
labor. There are stories by Elsie
Sinmnaster. Hulbert Footner, Viola
Roseboro'. P. C. Mactarlane, Harriet
Lummis Smith and the last instalment
of Mrs. Humpnry Ward's great novel
"Marriage a UI Mode"

"The moit merciess enemy I had
for 20 ycars," declares Mrs. James
Duncan, of Haynesville, Me-, "was
dyspepsia. I suffered Intensely after
eating or drinking and could scarcely
sleep. After many remedies had fail-
ed and several doctors gave me up, I
tried Electric Bittere. which cured me
completely. Now I can eat anything.
I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to
get my health and strength back
again." For Indigestion, loss of appe-
tite. ::idney trouble, lame back, female
complaints, It's unequaled. Only sec
at all druglsta.


I receive daily shipments of choice
fresh and salt water fish of the b t
varieties. I handle nothing but f hi-
and handle them right.

Pho e

219, City Market.


We have a large suppy t fire wood,
both pine and oak, fireplace and stove
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
delivered, cash. Call at factory or
*PHONE 170--e.0 GILES A CO.


mi of Yu ft m"5b"


I am .prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter bow large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted Inside and out.
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing.
varnishing and lettering and sign

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UUIme MuIm. 9 to 1 a a. M. &Ia
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical ce
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary


have a most exnjiate O ie .f
Imported cblnr In many A-
pieces. Tbe AAU-AMooouI

"While the wise man is thinking of
getting married, the fool has a son
born to him." is Tartar proverb which
Prof. W. I. Thomas quotes at the be-
ginning of his Interesting article on
"Eugenits-the Sctince of Breeding i
Men" in the June American Magarine. !
This number of this periodical 'ts ]
one of "e very best its publishers! .
have issued. Its leading feature /p a 1
another one of Hugh S. Follerton's '".
articles on baseball. It is entltledi f1
"Deciding Moments of Great Games";
and it is all about the crucial mo-!
ments in great baseball struggles and
the pachology of the game. It is 11-
lustrated' with plenty of pictures of
the stars of the great leagues.
"The Godlessness of New York" by .
Ray Stannard Baker s an article that T he P r fi S 2` Ow
every mother and father in the Unit-
ed State should make it a point to! -B J A l
read. What Mr. Baker has to say
about New York's godlessness applies
equally to every city, in the country. z Yoi u a n ot "i lu
The same magazine contains an-
other timely tariff article by Miss Ida A
M. Tarbell and one of "Mr. Dooley's" OW, X S A
inimitable time on -i
woman's suffrage. There are also-t fleg d0 o. in 1
some splendid stories by Rupert!
Hughes., James Oppenhelm, Maryi fj ,e ft m lu i l ,. i*
Heaton Verse and Harris MertOn'., 11 CX M Yvi s y XI
Lyon. "Marguerita's Soul." the se-
rial that has set everybody guessing calai
as to its authorship, waxes more in-
teresting with each installment and
"The Pilgrim's Scrip" and "The In-
terpreter's House" contain their usual .
amount of meaty reading.

If you desire a clewa complexion i
take Foley's Orino Lauative for con-
stipation and liver troubles as It wifli
stimulate these organs and thorough-i
ly cleanse your system, which Is what1
everyone needs in the spring In order


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--l The following program wil be re
dered by the Metropetitma bat frmn
the band stand. tomorrow evenag t
Maas- meet teaight the band stand Friday eveaiag, if
the weather Is agreeable:
e.. M Mn meet tai eming. March. "The Crsls"---. B Ha.Ll
Waltzes. "Belles of Seville"-J. B.
Rebekabs meet tomorrow night. Lamp.
SX A i Intermezzo two-step. "The Troubador"
R E ALL. -W C. PowelL
Mr. J. M. Moffett., of Atlanta. Isat lcton he Prince of Pe
the Ocal Hose. _Mar_ "Coontown Parade"-B. G. MM-
Planks Chill To, guaranteed to Fall.
re lls andfever ceSntouthern Breeses" (a tone picture)-
cure chis and fever 2 cet F.P. Atherton.
Mr. T M. McGruder of New York March. two-step. "Silver Heels"--J. B.
is at the Ocala House. Lampe.
Medley overture, "Blaze Away"-M. P'.
6 or 6 doses 'a will cure any case Smith. A. R Gerig. Director.
of Chills and Fever. Price 2 Miss Bessle MacKay returned this
Miss Ethel Layto.f from Atlanta, I afternoon from Atlanta, Ga.. where she
visiting Mrs. W. ILH Palmer. has been a guest in Washington tem-
Inary for the past five weeks. Miss
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to MacKay's visit to her alma mater was
cure chills and eer 2 cents. made most deUghtful by her friends.
many of whom made her the recipien%
Spaldlng's Baseball Guide for 19 of several pretty social attentions.
just In at the Ocala New Co. The Atlanta Georgian contains the
REX ALL "Miss Emma Scott, one of the prin-
cipals of the Washington Seminary.
The Rebekahs will meet tomorrow was hostess there Monday afternoon
right at Yong-'s Hall.' A full attend- *t a most enjoyable Informal tea In
. ar.- ;i% urged. honor of Misp Edith Chandler .the
Sg uest of Misx Emma Benjamin, and
." C. Da~is & Co., of Jaeksonville. fr Mise Bessile MacKay, of Florida.
I 1i -4.' any make of second-hand i'he large hallway and snaeious rooms
typl~riter upon easy terms If desired I fthe seminary were beautifully dec-
S; ated with daisies and garden roses.
ThIf city b-ard of health had :v i'nd during the afternoon a delicious
rme-ting yesterday afternoon al.n.! s*lad course was served. The young
iin.s. of city sanitation. honor guests wore dainty' white lln-
Sgeri" gowns,. made elabo)rately with
SMrs. W. D. Turnley of Dad. City. lace."
is visiting for a few days her mother i - -- Fannie R. Gary.
Mr. Emmett Robinson ha returned S
from a br;ef visit to, Jacksonviille andl 1 pecal Sale
AtlantA. i M AAW

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*. "I,,o mume t,& au .el

$ COD FISH "c T f M I ,+5

t .kwor bas^ ....

IP ........ mo... Al .^ rtASl r,'li
Served .oIc y aa3*
FANCY CRACKERS IN s d t ," n.-
CARTOONS AND TINS -tered with a h, bo!
; . . . . .o lla b u ds. - -4 - ;' ,1

Rev. W TC.C a canr e t. '+,t .
night trom attend ngA' -.
'as gon. D My 2O.--]tX:al aptlst Comwl a t tht i'
im eeting was a treat ore y.V
ful work was ae JI 'gpt
nt or th t advancement of the kirt tlr
the de"oralmatIon. r a ew'
eI)hin0 e spe~edlunh totaton W.1'. Howard at tai-e8 tr.W X.
S Y.. made the best and m =''
tempOerae lecture head eb v e r
---.. The ftr* at the Air DoaW TRdy
Washington. f. D., May 20.-Local had no eftet on the r. t w. a t'ls +
rain tonight or Friday. night. as the audience was l Jgaog
the pictures foe. Charles M i -
THE "MERRY WIDOW" FOR SALE %D.ou novel, "When o
t----. In& towerr" will be Iflutrted ht.
On account of the fact that I ae land yu don't want to mlws"s tiar 2
building a speed launch for use on the
spngsp I will sell the launch "Merry oP.- .b DryaT. ThOMvie. p. Am;
Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to Ae Merile. Mcfnte h: T. T. Welh JaclI-
or to I. D. Mathew. at the laundry. spowille J. D. ferugs, LepJ;, M. l
5-4-tf yrank..atew.. City. Kate tr,. onc.e., wm IN t''M, Stu A i -.
\ THE OCALA WAGON WORKS rooswe yester ly and today.
Offers its services and superior work- Theentlna exe rth at .
manship In the art of paltlng nvebt- son Memorial Hon e WIN 'take ItOU I
ces of all kinds and classes. It has ay 2th at :3p. t t
introduced its specialty of painting an- son chapeL The annual aesuos sal
tomoblles. A sample of our work can m n concert wl b
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W. day. May 23rd. a rt:3 B. 4 tel
Davis' 4uto. Give us a calL A. M. K. church. Seuanisk to M ,
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS. DePoose, Jacksoovlle. PIa. -
THE WORLD'S EXPERTS Mr. Joseph B. Welt, of Atlata. rep-
have long since agreed that Pure Car.- 'resenting the Southern Bed r'-pdg,
bonate of Lead. Oxide of Zinc and factory, Is In the city calBan on the
Pure Ijueed Oil. in proper proper- trad?. Mr. Wolf will so= takw uato
tions. thoroughly incorporated by ma- himself a bride.
chinery, produce the Ideal paint, hence
according to their views, you cannot Mr. Victor L. Martinet, wih0 -b now
buy better paint than residing in Jacksonville, caamq; down
Davis 100 per ceant yesterday and will spend several days
Pure Paint InoAr city.
The American Standard of Excellence The rst tomatoes shipped twa thti-
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will city this year were shipped by J.
stand the test of the most rigid Pure Parramore to New YTork City to 0
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion rm Co.
Hardware Co.. Ocala, Fla.
A. A. Olin. Kendrick: E. BL PMr i
EdenflelL: L. 8. kcroble, LBeeMbrg; J."
A. Ceodry, Coleman, and J. B. Pouu I',
of Ja.ksonville, were guests of the
'Montezuma last night.

Miss Coulter and Wer granddahugl-
ter, Mils Adams, of Rochelle, are vis-
iting relatives In the city and are N
guests of the Campbell Hop"b' too
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The Montezuma hotel is just spra~d-
EYE ing itself under its new management.
TROUBLES It has not only been renovated, but
ARE / new matting. iron bedd, Spfia al l 'm
rDITARVY mattresses have been added HEREDIT..R. sleeping' rooms, creating a sema o1 -
They are handed down from parent comfort that is most Inviting to ft.s
to child, and if there is a defect in a guests. The business of the he-I UtI
parent's eyes it is more than likely to growing/ and its excellent managers, A"
be found in the eyes Of the child alo Messrs. Dewey & Toph deserve It. :P
Red lids, styes, or itching burning 4 "
pains are H. HOUSES FOR RMu
INDICATIONe OF Modern cottages, an conveiecus '-
muscular troubles that can be over .......... JoI*
.come by using proper glae-l e ch celd at court Al
DR. D. M. BONEY, B a A
Eyesight Specialist, R XALL
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The Munroe & Chambliss Bank

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Western Beef, Veal,. Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mutton, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sansage, Cabbe Rutabagas, Turnipa, Beets.
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Poaoes, panlh Onionw


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City xMarket

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Washington Seminary

For girls and young ladies, establiaed 1878. Number board ta
dents strictly limited to imure rined borne Ie. Claes divided tato
small sections, perMsoal I.ttloa to each papL salty of 18 spedMl-
Ists. Conservatory advantages In MUSIC, ART, Witrr!iON. COtWfl-
cats admits to Vamar, WdIesly. et Catalog tre.


I1 .Nort& Meaveoa S"t- to Telephes No. SW.

Best Medi Picd Hotl in the City.

Table is always supplied with the best the market affordL
Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wants of the guest.
Good rooms and comfortable beds.
Special Rtes b y Wefte or MON.


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she will spend the summer with Miss
Alice PUly.
Mrs. C. P. Davis. Miss Daisy Davis,
Mrs. Tom Dilliard and her baby, Al-
ice Louilse, spent Saturday evening
very pleasantly at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. B B. McWhite. All we:r
delightfully entertained by music
from the piano rendered by Mrs. C
P. Davis.
Little Nat Mayo came home Satur-
day from Ocala, where he attends
school and returned Sunday.
A fine baby boy arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gate McWhite Mon-
day, May 17th. Both mother and
child are doing well.
Mr. J. IU Wilder came up from
Coleman Saturday and spent Sunday
with his sister. Mrs. J. F. Ricketson
Mrs. A. D. Mitchell Is at Haule-
hurst, (a., visiting her daughter, Mrs
J. A. Fraser.
Mrs. Allen Moody and two children,
Alma and Lawrence, spent Sunday
with Mrs. J. T. RIcketson.
Mrs. Charles Lyvers has returned
from Ocala. where she has been vis-
iting her mother, Mrs. Wallace.
Mrs. and Mrs. Francis Daughtry
drove out to Pedro Saturday and re-
turned Sunday.
Isabell DavUi went to Wildwood last
Friday to take her music lesson as
Miss Matte ightner was in town
Monda- giving music lessons.
Mr. i. Wildon. of Brandon, Is stay-
ing at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Rieketson and is packing tomatoes
and cantaloupes for Mr. Mayo.
Countess Equevilly and two sons, of
San Antonio, are here visiting friends.
Blanch and Alma Moody. Neta and

The is--no my of dkis 11 fdimk3w
i iify1 thriA* m&d teir hfneds, aftiir ,,e "A

A good, basest squarendeal medme of

The big mill after several days shut
down started again last Monday e
full time. The delay was caused by
the breaking of the large driving belt
which cost $ni. Another one was
ordered from New York by wire and
took several days to got here. This
company will soon have its new skid-
der ready to go to the woods. It is
claimed that ft will do the 'work of 16S
four-mule teams, and Cost nearly $10,-
Mr. Moore. the contractor, will be-
gin the ereion of Mr. J. A. Gran-
tham's store budldting next week.
Talk is already belag heard of the
annual barbecue at this place, which
will take place the third Flrlday in
July--4h 14th.
TurpentinO men are complaining
that the cool weather all the past
spring has caused the gum to run
slow, hence they are behind with their
There Is a good demand here for
carpenters, as Mr. Moore, the con-
tractor. has several houses yet to put
Mr. Horace Hall is still furnishing
good. juicy steak to his customers and
Is thinking of opening a regular mar-
ket In the near future.
W. A. Stevens has the contract for
working and cleaning out the cem-
etery and Is putting It in nice condl-
tio this week.
Rev. Mr. Weatherford of Anthony,
preached at the Baptist church here
last Sunday. The Sunday school here
is keeping up fine, and seems to be
growing in numbers and interest.
Mrs. T. M. Pierce, who has been
visiting In Ocala for a week. has re-
turned home.
Messrs. A. 0. Harter, Henry Taylor
and W. A. Stevenes made a business
trip last week to Pierson, Ad report
seeing a ten-foot alligator while there.
Mrs. H. C. Martin, who has been
visiting at Jacksonville. Island Grove.
Ocala and Wildwood. is expected home
Rev. J. N. Tompeon of Island Grove,
will f1 h 4 regular appointment at the
Baptist chureb here next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson. of
Bureka. were visiting friends here
last Sunday.
J. W. Stevens has been suffering
with boils for the last ten days.
Kind Friend: The machine operator
on this paper would soon suffer from
lost eyesight If he had to read much
"copy" written like this letter. Won't
you use pen and Ink in future? It is
much easier to read when written
plainer and errors are not so liable to
appear. Typo.
Is a petty hr thing to accomplish
when yes blue, % lous and out of
sorts. There is a re cure for all
kinds o stomach and liver com
plalt onstipation and dyspepsea.
Ballard's erbine Is mild, yet abso-
lately effective in all cases. Price 5ck
per bottle at the Anti-Monopoly Drug.
I have thirty acres fine melons. W1ll
be ready to load by the 1st of June.
I want f. o. b. buyers.
S. H. Cauthen.
Candler, Fla. May 10, OIM.
Perhaps some may think Summer-
field has ceased to exist, but we are
still here, and of course like all other
places near us are In the midst of
shipping season and all are as busy
as bees.
Mr. Nathan Mayo has had a new
packing house erected and they have
begun packing tomatoes in it Mr.
Vincent has charge af the packing
house and quite a number of men are
packing. There has already been a
large number of crates of tomatoes
shipped from here.
Those who attended the ball game
at Belleview Saturday afternoon were
'Mr. and Mrs. Vincent, Misses Daisy
ltavis, Pmarl. Dlllard. Carrie Black-
man, Mr. T. Davis and Bryan Mc-
White. They reported having a jolly
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter, of
Levon, were in town Sunday after-
Miss Reba Bryant, who has been
our postmaster for the past two
months, will leave Tuesday for Belle-
view to utay a few days with her
parents before going to Ocala, where

1RTpecting it to Prowe

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pk*
a" cure-al" It is only advised for woatiaIoo I

ft amk wek woo" rys aktwm uwe& Lowam ,w ao 1 ,
lb st&Wjrg cuatidwe vkftn ue mmltms a_ A .i
As in invig~at~ tonic and !tenthpa gnrvine it is-rwqweii t~o'
therm is not a drop of alcohol in it.
Dr. kaws ~anat i'dlets, the srigimaiLit&leLimerPd athuA th bt iEdAw Not W,'.
OW wtiedame osraftwinds m aye. Erny to taim eanCm*.Thymm

Marton-Dunan Lodge
No. 19 meets in the
temple on the first and
third Thursday even-
ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially invited. A. Bosuver, W. .
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
Regular convocations of the Oeala
Chapter No. 13, A. M., on the 4th
Friday In every month at 8 p. m.
N. L Gottlieb, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

Conventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall,
over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Halle. C. C.
Ckas. L SaWe, K. et R. and 8.

L L0 t..
Tulula Lodge. No. 28
L O. 0, F. meets ev-
0 qery Tuesday evening
in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
ways welcome.
W. C. Blanchard, N. 0
M. M. Little, Secretary.

N1. 18141F.0. L
Meets every first and
third Wednesday even-
Ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren
always welcome.
'- F. W. Ditto, President.
W. C. Moore, Secretary.

No. I

Next regular monthly meeting wiln
be held Friday evening. June 11, at
7:30 o'clock in Tonge's HalL Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
M. M. Little, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

The cry comes In from all sections .

of the county that it is decidedly dry

Plenty of Oual. Readers Have



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

The back gives out-It aches and
Uritnay trubles set ia.
Don't wait moner-take Doan's MKa.
n" Pus.
P. P. Ank, bn St.. aaed. ak .
says: "I have used DO& "Kidney
Pill and can say that they are a
superior kidney remedy. My work
brings quite a strain on the back
and as a result, I suffered a great deal
from backache. I weuM become
lame at times that I s ha
stralghten and mornifs Upn aM
could Just about get around. I trie
plasters and Hiniments but the relise
they brought was oly light and
temporary. When I learned of Doan'*
Kidney Pills, I obtained a box aWd
found that they acted just as rxept-
sented. When I bad used the eak-
tents of this box the backache had
ceased and my back felt stronger."
Plenty more proof ike this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydns & Co%
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price o
cents. FPoter-MUbumr Co., Buma&
New York, sole agents for the UniteS
Remember the ame--Dean'Mv-
take no other.

Careful estimates made oa aln
contract work. O rve more and bet-
4er work for the money thpa any
other contractor la owa.
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Fill FY'!

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WH'lnior and

Perhaps It would be more detrable
to e others as we mee ourselves

Wat to vote has nothing to wear to

If you don't believe In youiel n i
btablsh at o ce such co.deut'al ruda-
Uonm with yourself that ynu win.

Judging from what they
women must have picked
bands on basiatn day.

got, -sm
their sh

Perhaps figures don't Ue, but they
sometimes hang up In the closet and
take a rest
Being a dreamer may bespeak the
artistic temnperament, but yoe muA
dream to some purpose te draw a sal-
ary for it.
Bad temper tIs s own punishment,
but that do not appeal Its other


horrified his granEmotaer; M'e. Maria
Taylor, of Nebo, Ky, who writes that,
when all thought he would die. 1sk-
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Infallible for burns, scalds, cats, eorns,
wounds, bruises. Cures fever asrem,
bolls, skin eruptIons, chilblains, chap-,
pe4 bands. Soon routs piles. Ske at
all druggists.

Mrs. R. H. Smith accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. PF. Borea, came
down Thursday from Ocala on a visit
to relatives.
Mr. Leon Griggs was another
Ocalatan on a visit to relatives here
Mr. W. H. Lard has moved from the
old "Kif" Hall place northeast of
town and now occupies the dA. Ca-
ruthers house near the mill.
Mr. Tom Gandy, of Grand Island.
Lake county, has purchased from J.
P. Drgers the old f- HaD place
and is moving Inate the same. We wel-
come him as a citisea of oar com-
Mr. Ike Rainey has sold a very de-
sirable forty-acre farm east of town,
known as the Mack Blair place, to
Mr. L. M. Hall. of Lady Lake. who
we understand will become a eitluen
of our cwuadnnlty. A hearty welcome
is extended and we wih him a1-.
dant success and much pleasune It
the possession of the desirable prep-,
erty he has acquired.
Tomatoes are just becgihag to
move In fair lots, and are goug to ea
a rising market. Our rowrs an
putting out strictly fancy fr it and we,
hope they will be rejoiced with ample
cash returns on their efforts
The ladles of the Medhfist church
had an old-fashioned Southem lawn
supper at the residence of lr. and
Mrs O. 0. Bogue on FrsMsy evenaln.
14th inst.. which was pemounced a,
Nuceess both social "and Anaael"y
they realizing within a few cents of
t4$ for the fund to re-seat the church
Chicken In pe, pils an ad fried was
abundantly in evidence and pronoune-
ed the best. Dr. 0. W. Wood preld-,
ed at the coca tipa tohe making of
the lemaonde a"a to say that "it was
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It B enjoys an mnsAle, whle mot of. th .pnb t
the atier period of its popularity h by ie
There must be ra Or th Iertane fir ts
merits. When once given a f bir trial fog weak is.oadh er fat liar ::
supr or curative qualies are sasoo a iw'frMt hace it has mretd a.
meitorious articles have suddenly flashed into fIor for a bU i period d
P a raUvw wg h *3 t he i
=o19- L w* -mw W4h of Awoft-of Al
mo D Pr. hMew' aMmi- A NtdW :mW
It's an honest, square-deal nmediin with all its ingreu priaie
bug, therefore adn't are a shkar that the dealer may ma te b er
you call for. IWt buy



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