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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 21, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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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Volume ID: VID03173
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14, No. 36.


eOCALA, lOiDA, fIamAY MAY 1i, nm.


DON'T FORGET

QUALITY COUNTS---

YOU GET IT HERE!I

NEW GOODS JUST IN


Potpto Chips, 15c., two for 25e.
Imported Swiss Cheese 40G. pound.
1 p4und Cans Presto Prunes 15c. eagh.
2 Pound Cans Presto Prunes 25. esh.
Presto Pr.*"i .-%re fine California


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Wel-te-de Men Will Be Cut 4
List if the Newto Bill Sec
a Law
Tallahassee, May 21.-T'tisto
tured and distorted, the pensi
lay ipon the operating table
house yesterday for many hour,
legislative doctors worked w
The bill Introduced in the ho
amend the present pension law


fruit and r.aci/ .or %.ie. Try a can.1 M-. Newton, of Orange, but ever
Herring Roe. 1 found Can, 14. ..:most. took a hand in trying to
Herring Roe, 2 round Cans, 15*. iThe amendment first adopted
Asparaguis Tips, 25e~ a Tin one offered by Mr. Cox, of Pol
Argo Salmon 20c, two for 36e. vlling that the property qualifl
B!;ak Proper in glass. Nice for the which by the bill was placed at
should t" p- 'wd At th* s.Buc. tao!e, 10c. each. action n of S2.300. Mr. Hilburn a
Pineapple Chunks. Fine goods, 20c. Alexander made speeches agiri
amnndmentL because they didn't
th y old srdiers put on the
0. K. GROCERY' 1-4.t." Mr. Cox. the author
Ai a mm n rUEni eimend-ment and himself an old


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PROP'RIETORG


Two Phones 174. Ocala, Fla.


R. D. FULLER,

DENTAL SURGEON
*Iive over Munroe & Chambib
Bank.
()CA IA. - FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.

J. E. CHANCE

DENTAL yURGECN
Rooms 9. 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commereal Bauk
Phone 211.
Office hours: R to 12 a. m I 1 to
5 p. m.
TERMS, CASH.


CHARTS D. HULBERT,I. D,.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
lte-C- Second Floor The Munroe &
Cliambliss Bank Building. Ocla,
Florida.
T'elephones-Office,. 222; Residenme,
221.
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 6:30 p. m.


THE COMMERCIAL

BARBER SHOP

Opx-ns Into the Lobby of the Oeala
House.
Offers the very best service ofC
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Zlectrie
fans. electric massages.
hlot Running Water at AH
VIN('ENT C. I)ETTERECH, Mag


C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor aMd Ba.t

Plans and Specinlcatlons lurntlshsd
I'pon Request.
129 South Thirb St.,
Phone 130. OCALA. FJIA.


Equitable


Life Assurance- Society

Of The Uu lke Sts

"STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"

MISS FLORIDA CONDON.,
resident Agent


ICE


Best Quality


Prnm 4 Sev"ei


federate veteran, said in reply I
"didn't want to be on the ro
deserters and mossbacks. as
ease now. There are men on tha
he snid. "th;it never went bc'yo
soinld of thf dinner torn.
When this bill was passed th
three men In my town to make
cation for a pension wre men
respecUvely. $100.00. $240.00
$160 0, and when I started fn
lahassee one of these men ask
to see if I couldn't get his ,
raised from $100 a year to $120
that's the kind of follows wo a
er." This amendwmnt was adop
In the senate practically the
course was pursued. 010 amer
after another Was offered, eac
an argmmepnt In its favor, bu
few were 'adopted. The sena
had the bill under discussion
Tuesday morning, there being
lson Tuesday afternoon. Eve
the bill was sent to the eng
committee. as in the case cf th4
bill. It is now expected that
each of these hills has passed
apeetlve houses a conference c
tee will be appointed, to re
their differences and agree up
measure that is finally to pas
bodies. But some law is certa
a change for the better Is pra
assuTred
THE BEST PLASTER


A piece of flannel with tap
ta4 ed for holding It In p
slightly dampened with Ch
talk's Liniment and bound on o
seat of pain s superior to any
ter.
FLORIDA SHIP CANAL
Work of Surveying the Route
Commence at Once
Savannah. Ga.., May 21.-The
of offleers of the corps of en
appointed to recommend routes
survey for 0 canal across the
ern part of the state of Florida
east to west, will recommend
war department a survey o
routes, 1,M0OD miles in all at a
approximately $25.000. The
routes, to be surveyed will aga
very much more than the Pana
nal survey and will require
months to complete with five
of surveyors at work. It is r
that If the plan of survey is a|
the work will begin at once
shortest line from coast to coa
templatrd Is 110 miles, with
survey necessitated making eac
survey approximately 200 mile
The officers who compose the
of engineers at work on this p
are Col. Dan C. Kingman. of
nah; Capt Earl I. Brown. W
ton, N. C.; %apL E. M. Adams,
leston, B. C.; Capt George S.
ing. Jacksonville.


A CArtD
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
If Foley's Honey and Tar Falls to,cure
your cough or cold. It stops" the
cough, heals the lungs and prevents
pneumonia and consumption. Con-
tains no opiates. The genuine is in a
yellow paekare. fold by all druggists
JUNE 20 THE DATE
On Which, ameording to Taft, the
Tdf 0Debet Will be Ended
Charlotte, May 20.-President Taft.
while here attending the ceremonies
igcident to the celebration of the an-
niversary of the signing of the Meck-
lenburg declaration of independence.
made the statement that he Is certain
the tariff bill, approved by both
branches of Congress. will be in his
*41da, for, signature not later than
June X6.


FORCED INTO EXILE
Wna. Upchurch. of Glen Oak, Oka.,
was an exile from home Mountain
air. he thought, would cure a frightful
.ang racklg cough that had defied all
remedies for two years. After six
months he returned death dodging his
step. "Then I began to use Dr.
Kings New Discovery," he writes,
"and after taking six bottles I am s
well as ever." It saves thousands
yearly from desperate lung diseases.
Infallible for coughs and colds, it dis-
petl hoarseness an# sore throat.
Curie. grip. bronchitle, hemorrhages,
asthma. croup, whooping cougLh. ec
and $1, trial bottles free, guaranteed
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Yesterday I was witness to a trade at
Covina Qf ten acres of 13-year-old
Valencias being sold at $35.000. and
saw a man refuse $40.000 for ten acres
of navels.
The cheapest land to be had in
Southern California Is the alfalfa land.
and that sells for $150 to $300 pei
acre. I
Corina is a city the size of St. Pe-
,tersburg, and has not all the advan-
tages of St. Petersburg. yet town lots
there are double the price of those
similarly located at St. Petersburg.
My opinion is that FloridA land is
selling too cheap. While land is much


lonteznma Barbershop

[a Commeetion With the Hotel Office
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to
children.
ELECTRIC MASSAGE
HOT AND COLD WATER

R. A. ETFERICH. Proriatfi



W. C. BLANCHARD

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER


PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION


Known. At w hitter today I was told
that It gets up to 104 In the shade.
I am Impressed with the thrift on
all sides. I marvel at the riot of flow-
ers. The beauty of miles of bunga-
lows set in bouquets of geranilums
roses, lilies, poinsettas, etc., all appeal
to the aesthetic mind, but there Is a
flavor of Florida lacking-that flavor
Is beyond understanding, but which
attaches one to the Peninsula State.
I was out to the Soldiers' Home on
Tuesday, where &3600 war veterans
live. I entertained a party about the
beauties of Kissimmee, some of wh,,m
had taken stock In that new home for
soldiers. One soldier, who, held a po-
sitJon pretty high up. said some harsh
things about the government estab-
lishing a home for soldiers in Callfor-
nia. "I-have to leave here and go to
Florida. I had the rheumatism when
I came here and have suffered more
since coming."
The Veteran City project should be
pushed to the limit. It Is an ideal
place for a national soldiers* home.
Nearly $1,000,000 pension money is
cashed yearly at SaVyteile and spent
here by the "old boys."' Besides civil-
ian help is paid $10.000 a month.
Los Angeles has reduced the apart-
ment house and light housekeeping
proposition to a science. It is a city
of apartment houses-which St. Pc-
teruburg will come to some day. Its
delicatessens are wonders. You can
get all kinds of cooked meats, fish
sea-food. vegetables. pastries.'etc. Five
cents will give you a pint of mashed
potatoes. smeared with gravy, or tur-
Snips. ur cabbage, or macaroni and
cheese, or a hundred other different
dishes.


being a most valuable ant ieptis d anat
ferment, atritive and ooag demaul
zent.
Glycerne 'plays an Importa part In
Dr. Pleree's Golden Medical Di"M very In
the cure of Indigestion, dyspepsla nad
weak stomach, attended by our risings,
heart-burn, foul breath, coated togue,
poor apletite, gnawl feeling ta stom-
ah, blouse and k red derange-
mBents of the stomach, liver and bowels.
Besides curing all the above distressing
ailments, the *olden Medical Diseovery'
is a specific for all diseases of the mucous
membranes, as catarrh. whether of the
Apsal passages or of the stodachi, bowels,
or pelvic organs. Even in its ulcerative
stages it will yield to this vereig e-
edy if Its use bep vemdIn.in nhronic
Catarrh of the Nasal passam it tIs wPI,
while taking the' Golden Medical DISk
covery lor the necessary con-titutonas
treatment, to cleanse the passages freely
two or three times a day with Dr. Sage'sa
Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course
of treat w gwally cures the werat
'In lhoarmene eamed by tne
th0l U lau h affections, %xcet con.
tuo its aovaced stase. the "Golen
e 0Difiscvery" is a =sK efcicut rem-
4ly. especially to those obstinate, haar-on
eousceased by Irritation and n uagMa of
the brtchial mueousmembrnea TeC Dif
covrr" Is not ae ood ifor actecousimsarts
la from sadden colds. nor must it be eS,
pecteod to cure (aummmiaptmo i Its alvaced
Muag--no medicine will do that- t or all
the obSlnate. chronic oafsk which, it nes-
eeted. or badly treated. lad uptoconsump'
"on. nibats mndinebeChateau e akin
THE CAGE FOR BLIND TIGERS
Atlanta Officials Will Uphold the City
Ordimnance


Atlanta. May 21.--General satisfac-
tion is expressed with the decision -(
the court of appeals in upholding the


SPECIAL SIX DAYS SALE mI
Off the ON Sutan of Turey Dealers t m
.omes "'. _Will Allow NM Mor MNaa
of Chrdtiens
d, tor- I Constantinople, May iL-Members
on bill of the new chamber of deputies took
in thAT the oath of office yesterday ia the
s while I presence of Sultan Mohammed V. They
ith it. pledged themselves to uphold their
)use to sovereign and protect the rights of
% is by the nation. The sultan was given an
rybody. ovation when he appeared in the
amend chamber. In an address he referred
to the disturbances in Asiatic Turkey
Pd was and expressed keen regret that they
k. pro- had occurred. assuring the deputies
ication, that he would see to it that such out-
$5.000. rages should not occur again. This
if val- 1 announcement was greeted with "ap
ind Mr. plause.
ust this
Swa Begnnflg Monday, May 24th A NCTABLE EVENT
pauper
of the and Ending Saturday 29th profit Taft Helped the pe,. pl
d Con- North Care~lin to Celebrate First
1 with New and Choice Designs and Great- ,-
is the % TT Charlotte. N. C., May 11.-President
it roll." est Values we Have Ever ShownTaft's presence in Charlotte yesterday
)nd the lent notable interest to the annual cel-
' * 0 U l Y A ebration of the signing of the Meck-
ie first lenburg declaration of Independence.
appli-' UJ,1 0AI0D&J which, it is claimed, was the. first step
worth., toward liberty taken by the Anerican
A and D i DIC C IIcolonists. The president's partcipation
r Ta-; EMBROIULD IE SIS ULLUOW marked the culmination of the three
tell io I days' celebration
pensio Lot No. 1 At 4 34 cents-. Worth 7 to 8 centS The president, upon his arrival
). A nd o % i 9 shortly before 11 o'clock, was met at
ra.t- 2 6 1-2 8 the railway station by an imposing
t d. e 3 l 18 committee of citizens, and escorted at
same once to the Selwyn Hotel. As the reg-
ndme t 4 10 14 15 ular Southern Railway train bearing
!h wvh the president's car, crossed the city
t very- 5 12 1-2 16 18 limits, the presidential salute of 21
as i A 15 to ,2 22guns was fired by the Charlotte Ar-
,,.nc "06 15 2o tillery.
no etually 7 18 245 274 Arriving at the hotel, the president
ituallyg 8- 0 held a reception for one hour at Soon.
e house 3032 With scores of Union and Confederate
hon 9 22 14 "353 37 veterans for his escorts, accompanied
the 9re- 2 -2 by Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, he pro-
ommit- ', &, 10 25 38 40 needed to the reviewing stand, from
econcile which he witnessed the passing of
on the 11 30 45 50 probably the most notable parade ever
is both 1 1" 35 55 60 6 held In this city.
in, and There were eight division% 1A the
etically 13 40 65 70 pageant as follows: IUitary, itndua-
S. 76 5 trial, floral, colonial, equestrian, far-
S14 55 75 85 mers, fraternal societies and secret
15 70 90 $1.00 orders, automobiles and the fire de-
partment. Large detachments of the
pes at- 16 80 '" $1.25 "41.35 National Guard 0f North and South
oeltion, Carolina were In line. The industrial,
amber- colonial and floral divisions were made
rer the 'up of handsomely decorated Seats.
y plas- Will offering this Sale o e over 200 farmers were in line or on
6 WP O horseback, many accompanied by their
Sives and children in colonial cos-
L 3500 yards Beautiful White Goods con-tume.
The president made, two speeches
e wi,, Ss"ting of Embroidered Swiss. Dinatie'", >.,,, = <.o <-.
wf of Em boide d t during his 'stay In the city. FbIIowing
sstluncheon at 2 p. m.. he addressed the
Sboard Mlercerizd ad Pla Wa TitI Madas ,people at 4 p. m. Governor Kitchin
boaneersd e c an Introduced the president on both oi-
i for a is Ns Ps 3t A casilons. At 5;30 he delivered an ad-
snorth Batse, Nainsooks, Piques, tc. at a drs to the colored people, and to tha
a, from- students of Biddle University. At
to tfhre at a:30 the president dined and. from 8
S te Gt Sacrfice*.to 9:30 he held a second public tecep-
cost of tion. The presidential party left at
canaost of 10:30 p. m. for Washington.
gregate 80OUTHERN CALIFORNIA cheaper in South Florida than South
ma ca- California, the Floridian gets more A Squr Dea
several Willis B. Powell, Forne Editor of the money for his product. We are buy- tenured you when you bay Dr Pum
parties St. Petersburg Independent, Comn- ng choicest strawberries at three family medicins--for all the tagredl-
rted pares It with Florida bo for 15 cent-4 cents a box for entering Into them ai printed on
proved p dewberries and for raspberries. Navel the bottle-wrappers and their formtalas
t con (St. Petersburg Indeendent.) oranges run from 5 to 35 cents pe are atteted under oth as being complete
st con dozcn. and correct You know Just what you an
other Los Angeles, May 8.-I have made I wil admit that the soil of Call- paying for Yod that the ingredienta are
h route a number of side trips through the fornia is soil, but Florida has Califor- fathered fromaNature' laboratory, being
s. citrus and nut secttpns of Southern nia skinned a mile on climate. They elected from the most valuabe native
e board california, and they thok good to me. start fires in the homes and offices in milesnal roots found growing ia our
problem 'he navel trees bear fruit from the November and they are still running. American f ilepotMttearg
Savan- ground up-the claim being made that Six months in the year it is necessary sa pr[ruJjgeato the ma
liming- the foliage on the ground protects the to have fires. I have seen the sun but delete
, Char- roots of the tree from the sun. The once in a week. but I was 'lold today
Spald-1 V.lencla crop Is now being marketed, when it comes out it makes Itself


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EVENING STAR

Q. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll,
Editors and Publishers.

C. L. BITTINGER, Editor
R. R. CARROLL. Business Manager

"PRESUMPTUOUS MORTAL"
In giving th,. Star the information
that it sought at our hands we tried
to hb- -ntilr-lv imp* r-onal. But the
Star editor will not have it that way
and among ou h:r thirngs h-e ays:
"Tru,. tihe Banner Paw the oppor-
tunity of t -tatli.hing a laipr In Ocala
but It was left for tfho Star to put thq
ginger in the bu'in ~. that has given
steady -employment to sv-veral score of
men, b,,ys and girlq, arid its payroll is
an evi'I,-nc.. that it i, fulfilling its mi.-
s!on. locally."
The 'eilitor of th" Star was in the
employment of the IBannr for a num-
ber of yE-ars. B3sidles being local ed-
itor he had full control of its business
department. anxd if h,- failed to put
ginger Into it he fail,'d to do his duty
and r-c<,Ived mony he did not earn.-
Ocala 3Banner.
(' L. Bittinger i. prepare- to prove
that while, he was the hubuslnss man-
agtr of th. (O)frala; Iann,.r itq cash re-
ceipts were gr-at,.r than they ever
were In the history of that highly re-
speTct.ble p;,bli'-ation if this cannot
be' don, we: ar' p- 'rrard t o make good
Thca- w-r the days of "ginger." It
is for Editor Harri. to show up or
shut up. with his gratituous and un-
called fur insinuation".
Will E. Yiocum of Washington, D.
C.. son of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Yocum.
has arrived in the city. and will make
his future home in this tat- Dr. and
Mrs. Yoc.um and Pon. and Mrs. Yo-
cum's father. Mr Hanchette. whc
have r.-id- d Ihr. f-'r the past three
years, expect to li.ave for their future
home at Eagle ILake. Polk county, in
a few days. the former having severed
his connection as dean of the state
university. Friends regret very much
to see them leave,. but wish them
health and happin,.ss in their new
home. where Dr Yocum owns a fine
orange grove.-Gaine.ville Correspond-
ence in Times-Union.
Mr. W. E. Yocum is now in Ocala
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary,
the former being an old schoolmate
and the latter his sister.

Of course Rev. C. C. Carroll. the
eloquent Baptist minister, while tak-
ing in the b!g Southern Baptist Con-
vention of 3.000 delegates at Louisville,
Ky.. was not overlooked in the pulpit
appointments In Louisville the Sun-
day the convention was in session. and
was called on to' preach in one of the
largest churches in that city, filled
with eager listeners. Nor did he for-
fget to look over his new field of la-
bor, Owensbor >, Ky., and attend the
Sunday school of the church, which
has over 500 members. Naturally Mr
Carroll and his old chum. Rev. L. B,
Warren, had. great times together
while Mr. Carroll was In Owensboro.

Good news comes from Baltimore to
the effect that Mrs. J. E. Chace took
an out-door ride this week, the first
since her long Illness. She is also able
to walk around her room and the
premises she occupies. Mrs. Chace has
a friend at Atlantic City. N. J.. who
has given her an urgent invitation to
come to visit her and Mrs. Chace will
accept and shortly go there. This is
good news to her many Ocala friends
and well wishers for a speedy recov-
ery.

Mr. E. McCrady, from Montreal,
Canada. was a guest at the Ocala
House last night. She is in the whole-
sale commission business and is here
to purchase such products of th"
truckers as his house can handle. A1
present he is after a carload of toma-
toes. He will go down to Oxford and
Coleman today to see if he can gel
his tomatoes.
Mr. and Mrs. Brantley A. Weathers
will leave on th,- 26th for New York
City. There they will be joined by
their son. Mr. Niel A. Weathers, an
together they will go to be present al
the commencement exercises of Em-
ma Willard College. at which tlm<
Miss Janet Weathers will be one ol


the graduates Before returning Mr
and Mrs. Weathers will visit Am-
hearst. Mass.. where Mr. Brantley A
Weathers. Jr.. is attend ng Amhearsl
College. Miss Weathers ill not ac-
company her parents home, but will
make several visits until her brother'i
school closes In July. then together
they will come home by boat.

Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson, Misi
Frances Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Clif
ton Camp and Miss Frieda Kopp wil
sail on the 29th from Jacksonville foi
New York. From there Mr. and Mrs
Camp with their guest, Miss Kopp
will go to the Adirondacks. where
they have a cottage for the summer
Mrs. Anderson Nith Miss Anderson
will proceed to Troy to witness the
graduation of Miss Lillian Anderson
from Emma Willard College. Mrs
Anderson and her daughters will re
main In the east for several week;
and then will be joined by Mr. Ander-
son, they will go to Michigan. where
they have a summer home on the lak
shore.

A. S. Mentz,'r. wholesaler of cigar.
Jacksonville, was in town today inter
viewing the trade. Mr. M. is Interest
ed In getting up a company to instal
In Jacksonville an automatic tele
phone system that will dispense witi
the hello girl and cut out the possi
ability of any one but the person spok
en to hearing the mess-age over th
wire. He said the Induction of .-
system would cost half a million dol
lars and strong opposition was show
against Its Inauguration by the Bel
people.


No bank is better than Its manage-
meat.
Each man may judge our bank for
himself from the elements that make
a good bank.
.Capital and deposits are necessary
to make a strong bank. The capital
Is the actual money put into the busi-
nees by the stockholders. Surplus in-.
dicates what has been earned above the
dividends and expenses.
The amount of deposits represents
the money placed in the care of the
bank. A bank's deposits are an Indl-
cation of the amount of business douC
and the confidence placed in the bank
by individuals.
The officers of a safe bank are al-
ways experienced men--honest in the
bank business as well as outside; they
are men who have confidence in other
men. and who look upon humanity
with a spirit of helpfulness.
The capital of this bank Is ample tc
meet the demands of our customers:
our surplus shows that safe banking Is
done. it having increased steadily year
by year. Our deposits tell to what ex-.
tent the people have placed confidence
In us. Our officers are experienced:
they are men who are glad to Wive
their advice In financial matters.
We do render good service to our
customers, and will aid others whc
are not now our customers.

THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK

Ocala, Florida


FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT

We. the undersigned, employees of
the various stores of Ocala, appreciat-
Ing the steps taken by our employers
in allowing us a half-holiday from
June 17th to Sept. 9th. 199, on Thurs-
day afternoons, agree to use our In-
fluence In every way to the benefit of
the different firms who so kindly
signed the agreement to close:
H. C. Judd, C. F. Tarrant, George
Feltham, Barney Spencer, Alft Ow-
en. Mattle Pyles, E. L. Parr, Chas. D.
Williams, J. W. Schenck, C. E. Nel-
son. Ben Todd, R. 0. Connor, 8. Ri-
fenburg, Charles Flippen, Jan. B. Car-
lisle, Jr., Floyd Whittle, Margaret
Waiters. Margaret Peace. Pauline
Peace, Freddie FOy, Meeks Ausley. J.
N. Tolar, J. R. White, H. A. Water-
man. S. W. Ellis, C. C. Bryant, R. R.
Caldwell. E. E. Edwards. J. T. Jones,
Lillian E. Frost, W. M. Barco, H. T.
Hinton, W. C. Dunn, J. B. Cason, Jas.
M. Tomllnson. L. Toffaletti, Thos. A.
Proctor, Hattle Smith, M. M. Little,
A. F. Dreka, R. L Marsh. L Schwerin
Elsie Hall, Winnie Hunt, Mary Mc-
David. Bessie Whetstone, Fannie Cook.
Burgess Salome. R. W. FUnn. J. W.
Tally, W. E. Smith. . W. Marlowe,
Lester Knox. Percle Smith, C. F.
Hays, Frank B. Gates, Hulme Kinne-
brew.
Mr. Alfred Owen desires to say this
is the petition he circulated.


TO THE LIES

BIG SPECIAL SALE OF EMBROID-
ERIES AND WHITE GOODS AT
) HELVENSTON A PASTEUR'S NEXT
WEEK.

FAVORABLE IMPRESSION

Was Made By Rev. C. C. Carroll at
Third Churh
The Rev. C. C. Carroll, of Ocala, Fla..
pastor-elect of the Third Baptist
church, occupied the pulpit at that
church on Sunday morning. He
preached one of the strongest and most
forceful sermons ever delivered in the
SThird Baptist church and made a very
Favorable impresalon upon the entire
congregation. Dr. Carroll returned to
l ouisville Sunday afternoon where he
Is attending the Southern Baptist
Convention. He will take charge of
Sthe pastorate of the Third church on
SJuly l.--Owensboro, Ky. Messenger.

S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

SDr. Herzog, of Dunnellon, Mr. Den-
nis and J. R Moorhead were the wit-


nesses examined in the phosphate
ease yesterday afternoon. In the 'ast
name it resolved Itself Into a regular
Srrhmetic class. Some of the attot-
rtyi admitted they were a little rusty
i in the article as Mr. M. explained the
l phosphate hole excavated, amount of
r rock taken out and found In the shed.
The court was engaged all morning
in hearing witnesses on the plaintiff's
i(le of the big phosphate suit that has
occupied the time of the court all
Week. Four witnesses were on the
r stand this morning. The last one, W.
M. Brooks of Tampa, has been engag-
ed in prospecting phosphate ever since
S1889. also mining some rock. The
Plaintiff turned the witnesses over to
the defense at noon, when court took
Sa recess until 2 o'clock. The plaintiff
n is trying to show that the defense did
Snot prospect all of the Clark-Ray-
. Johnson tract of 11h.0 acres as called
- for in articles of agreement

e A SCALDED BOY'S SHRIEKS
e1 horrified his granamotner, Mrs. Maria
Taylor. of Nebo, Ky., who writes that,
when all thought he would die, Busk-
. len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
. Irfallible for burns, scalds, cuts, corns,
- w-unds, bruises. Cures fever sores,
11 tvils, skin eruptions, chilblains, chap-
- peai hands. Soon routs piles. 2, at
n *,ll druggists.



RE LANCE SPAiK PLUGS
n "Spark in the Water"

Reliance spark plugs produce a
more intense spark than any other


SECOND BRIGADE REUNION
Progress of the Exerois to be Hoed
in Oela June 2nd and 3rd
Headquarters 2nd Brigade
Florida Division U. C. V.
Ocala Fla-. May 18, 1905.
(General Orders No. 5)
e1st. As per general orders No. 4
Issued April 24, 1909. the 16th annual
meeting and reunion of the Second
Brigade. Florida Division. U. C. V.
will be held in the courthouse at Ocalas
Fla. Wednesday and Thursday, June
2nd and 3rd, 1.09, and will convent
June 2nd at 10 a. m.. in which all Con-
federate Veterans. Daughters of the
Confederacy and Sons of Veterans are
cordially Invited to participate.
2nd. The major general command-
ing the division, and brigadier gen.
erals commanding brigades, and thelli
staff, and all past major generals, and
brigadier generals of the division are
especially requested to honor us witl
their presence and wisdom on this oc-
casion.
3rd. Program:
Music by the Metropolitan Band.
Prayer by the chaplain, Major H. C
Martin.
Address of welcome by Mayor Johl
D. Robertson. on behalf of the peop'i
of Ocala.
Address of welcome by Col. John A
Martin, of Ocala, Fla. on behalf o
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V.
Response by Brigadier General J. C
Davant of Brooksville. Fla.
Annual address.
Presentation of brigade sponsor
Miss Matilda R. Pasteur, of Stanton
Fla., and her maid of honor, Miss Su
Anderson, of Ocala. Fla., by Brigadie
General H. W. Long.
Presentation of sponsor for Dicki
son Chapter, U. D. C.. Miss Florenc
Walters, and her maid of bonor, Mis
Grace Hatchell. both of Ocala. Fla.
Presentation of sponsor for Marloz
Camp No. 56, U. C. V, Miss Mary E
Burford, of Ocala. Fla.
4th. Business session of the brigad
will be held at the courthouse at
p. m.
Thursday, June 3rd
5th. Visitors will be given a fre
ride in automobiles over some of Ma
rion county's Improved roads, leaving
the Ocala House at 8 a. m.
6th. A business session will ibe hel
at the courthouse at 11 a. m.
7th. The members of Dicklso
Chapter, U. D. C.. in accordance wit
a time-honored custom of theirs, wi
celebrate the anniversary of the birt
of Jefferson Davis by spreading
bountiful repast in the Gary Grove fc
the members of Marion Camp, and o
this occasion for them"4nd all vet
erans attending the brigade reunion;
After all have participated, brie
extemporaneous addresses will be de
livered by prominent visitors, in comn
memoration of the life the life of this gre
and good man, after which the vel
erans and daughters will move In pro
cession to the monument to the mem
ory of Marion county's Confederal
dead, erected upon the public squat
of Ocala. which will be decorated b
the daughters, after which a shoi
reminiscence of these great men wl
be made by the brigadier general, an
others, should time permit.
The following reduced rates hav
been secured by the committee of as
rangements by the hotels and boarding
houses: The Ocala House, $2 per day
the Montezuma, $1.25; the Florid
House. Arms House, and all boarding
houses, $1 per day.
The reception committee will mei
the trains and furnish all needful In
formation to delegates and visitors a
they arrive.
The railroad officials of the stall
have been requested, and doubtlel
will give the usual rate of one ce:
per mile for round trip ticket, plus
cents. Tickets to be on sale June 1i
and 2nd: good until June 6th.
By order of H. W. Long.
Brigadier General Commandini
W. L. Ditto,
Adjutant General and Chief of Stal
HOW'8 THIS

We offer One Hundred Dollars Ri
ward for any case of Catarrh th)
cannot be cured by Hall's Catar
Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have know
P. J. Cheney fcr the last 15 years, az
believe him perfectly h norable in u
business trasactions and financial


able to carry out any obligations ma-
by his firm.
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken inte
nally, acting directly upon the bli
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testimonials sent free. Price, 7
per bottle. Sold by 'all druggist
Take Hall's Family Pills for consi
nation.
A BIG STRIKE
The white firemen of the Georg
railroad are out on a strike. becau
the road is using too many negro fir
men on freight engines. The stril
may spread to the engineers and
every road in the South.
HOME FOR SALE

One of the most comfortable ai
best located Ahedium sized homes
tle city, close in and on best street.
offered for sale, completely furnish(
or without furniture. House is
best of condition and has all mode
convrmnuc-o. Apply to F. W. Ditto.

Everybody is likely to have kidn
and bladder trouble. In fact near
eve.-ybdy has some trouble of th
kind. That Is the reason why you
often have pains In the back ai
groin. scalding sensation, urinary di
orders, etc.-that's your kidneys. T
best thing to do is to get some of D
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills rig
away. Take them for a few days
a week or so and you will feel a
right In this way. too, you will wa
off dangerous and possibly serlo
ailments. They are perfectly hart
les, and are not only antiseptic, b


Had CAf

Makers of Fine CIOtqrQ i


To the People of Ooala and Marion


Many men carry their idea


far; they save money in buying at


County -





the expense of ml


You would'nt do that in buying anything. else; y


rather buy a $100 horse than a $25 one, provided they'


worth the price asked.


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It's the same in clothes; you can bay lower priced o**4


than these of Hart Sohaffner & Marx' but you'd better not..


priced clothes are like -.he $25 horse; they may be both. wortW '..
on" b *h ".1r: n"'oe-o"

money, but they're not worth enough. ^ .


Sohaffne


make the


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Chicago


';
la
Ig READY WITH HIS RIFLE
et Kermit Roosevelt Proves that He is
- Also Sm on tne Shoetl
Ls
Nairobi, B. E. A., May 21.-Kermlt
te Roosevelt is the hero of the camp. He
as shot and killed a huge leopard as the
nt beast was tearing to pieces the chief
25 beater of the party with its claws and
st was preparing to tackle Kermit Just
as this crucial Juncture, a bullet from
Kermit's rifle laid the ferocious ani-
g. mal dead in its tracks. The beaters
came upon the leopard In a clump of
ff. bushes. It sprang on the leader and
knocking him down with its forepaws,
clawed him ferociously. Kermit sprang
from his horse and fired a shot to
e. frighten the leopard which turned and
at sprang on the hunter. As the beast
rh rose in the air Kermit shot it dead.
His father yesterday shot a huge py-
thon and the party now has sixty dif-
n ferent species of game. On the Juja
ad ranch alone twelve different kinds of
L, antelopes have been bagged. Mr.
y Roosevelt admits that his luck vwth
d the rifle has been phenomenal.

YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS
of headache, as wen as older women.
r- but all get uilck relief and prompt
od cure from Dr. King's New Life Pill4
m. the world's best remedy for sick and
Sc nervous headaches. They make pure
ts. blood, and strong nerves and build up
.1- your health. Try them. 2k at all
druggists.
FOR SAKI--At Fort McCoy, forty
acres of the best strawberry and let-
Ia tuce land in Marion county, situated
me a mile and a half from the Rents rall-
e- road; cheap for cash. Apply to W. H
ke McConn. P. 0. Box 540.
to
If you expect to get the original
Carbolzed Witch Hazel Balve, you
must te sure It is DeWltt's Carbol0ed
Witch Hazel Salve. It is good for
nd -uts, burns and bruises., and is espec-
in tally good for piles. Refuse substi-
is totes. Sold by all druggists.
ed
in R. C. Davis &k Co., of Jacksonville,
rn will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms if desired.
ey REXALL
rly




h UUN1 K&L DIRECTORS
or



a Uadertaius tad Eidlutirs
rd
us D. E. Mclver Alfred E. Owes
m- Undertakers.
ut


You'll get value for your money here in these HarT .


r & Marx clothes; glad to prove it to you any day. We -


se goods the feature of ours business, our store is nw,
.- .. "

[ome of Hart Sohaffner & Marx clothes.


Yours truly, .'


GUARANTEE CLOTHING AND SHOE COMPANY. i

Ocala House Block, Ocala, Florida.

0cala House Block, Ocala, Florida.
Block, 0eala, *' .: .r.


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The


STORM AT PENSACOLA


Three Lives Loset and Much Damage
Doe* to Property


Pensacola. May 21.-Three lives
were lost in a severe storm which
struck this locality at noon yesterday.
The wind reached a velocity of sixty
miles an hour. whipping the bay into
a seething mass and carrying small
boats down. Much damage to trees
and buildings was done In the city. A
schooner was capsized in the upper
bay and Capt. Williams and Jack
Johnson lost their lives in trying to


OCALA, FLORIDA
CARRY AT ALL TIMES A COMPLET-E,- ST.


Doors Paints, Buldes

Sash, Oils,

Blinds Varnibes

Saw Mill, Phosphate and Turpen ine


Guns, Revolve, Alinnuon, Leggings, Hon uhg

State agents for and carry In stoc

and Gasolene Engines of the Internation

Company. ..

American and Elwood Feld FeIce '


H. B CLARKSON, OiUM
---. a. 5e.: ,'-", S1"tS


ROWE'S LITTI*..


S. LIM 303 MwMrm


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ALL KINDS OF


FrBought Moabts Gro.eek. Ca usSt 9Watet Be
B-ught and S L. Fresh and kM We l


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STP. JOSEP~H'PS ACA
IN b sSt hasI h r1" s C Em b eib" y d

Apply for P'rs 0 ts~U WtU


ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORT


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At Daytla tack ad SeaftM e. 1ld

A.cmin.iilsu Securd


We Sell Thnm n Easy Term

BUY YOURSELF A MISE HOME
We Sell The n Easy Term


'= Let Me Lok AterwTmr

Properly Whik T are Away TMs Summer


Em


A. FRANK, MANAGER


MAk ia uiaiLTY COPITNY


Soda Water Time
Ice Cream Place

The .v of real good sodawater
a',I: i. r;am find ours touches the
.; ,t fr thnm. We aim at quality,
.';,h why we hit their apprecia-
', n Trhi quality of our confectionery
riaks it n'('Fsary to keep up the
r';.;.tin:i of our store, and our soda-
, .' a" lA I'c cream does just that.

T. W. TROXLER


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a-


SCRAP METAL AND JUNK
1 l hiv ,all kinds of Junk-Iron. Steel, Brass,. Cop
,' I, !. lI,.-i, Iagging, barrels, L..athor. Etc.; old
.' I.,il. i:t,.. whether as second-hand or scrap and
; ,'1 in cash for same. Write or call omn me and let
S. i.. nd wnere it is located.
'-E 7. ADR T : ICE(,
I'II' NI i.41 IHETWEEN MARKET AND LAUNDRY. OC,


mIL


I


_"."""".._ I Dr. E. P. Guerrant Is afraid,his vet-
'erinary bill. will not be passed by the
present legislature.
Sam Pyles. who went to Augusta,
G(Ia.. to learn undertaking, writes that
per. Zinc, he is the youngest in a class of 50.
Engines.
I pay the It. M. Sherouse. one of the prosper-
t he know ous farmers of Reddick. dined at the
Mcntezuma yesterday.

ALA. FLA SEE OUR AD.- SPECIAL SALE
NEXT WEEK. HELVENSTON &
PASTEUR.

Prof. J. H. Brinson. who has been a
great suferes from an ulcerated tooth
is t.'tter now.


THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES;
anl taste as sweet. That's why Schles- ,
singer's and Lowney's Candles in half
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure!
confections these; flavor delicious. Our,
confectionery is free from adultera-


S. S. Savage returned yesterday from
Citrus county, where he inspected cy-
press timber for Mr. O'Hara.


Mrs. Walker Bishop went
Crystal River this morninK
friends for a few d&iys.


down to
to visit


--- %-JT V go Iqur aa Fij JUUIVU -
tlon. It Is wholesome and healthfuL Mr. F. L. Ledbetter of the Jesse
Fre" h Piano Co., of Gainesville. has
Every kind of confectionery here. in the city for the past few days.
Fruits, C('ld Drinks. (7Igars and N.'ews- I
I HELVENSTON A PASTEUR WILL
s- papers. SHOW YOU NEXT WEEK THE
ATBALLARD'S MEANING OF LOW PRICES.
AT BALLARD'S I
S,, Robert B. Murrell. one of the Star's
good-looking and efficient young print-
-__ e'ers. went up to Gainesville today, to
see his friends in the University City.

S* SPECIAL EMBROIDERY AND
WHITE GOODS SALE NEXT WEEK
ORT IN AT HELVENSTON & PASTEUR'S
S|The baccalaureate sermon will be


jnDracfel Sunday morning at the M.
E. church by Rev. R. H. Barnett. All
trends will please bear this in mind.
There will be school exhibits on dis-
play at both schools, primary and high
school buildings. Monday morning
from 10 to 12. The public and friends
of the school are cordially invited.
J. G. Thompson. of Philadelphia, is
here in the Interest of his house to
purchase and forward tomatoes and
welons. Mr. T. Is one of the pioneer
truck and fruit solicitors.

Messmrs. Melver & MacKay are build-
ing an office for Mr. Judd, the book-
keeper, also a china closet In their
main salesroom.
Mrs. Charles Tydings and sop, Rob-
ert, went down to Inverness this aft-
ernon to visit their friends. Mr. and
Mrs. Reece.

Charles Brown-and wife are prepar-
ing to leave Ocala on June sth for
Bakirsfleld, California. Mr. Brown
has spent the past five months in this
city clerking for M. Fishel & Son.
Climax Mosquito Canopies and metal
frames, best for the home, or can be
packed like a fishing rod to carry one v
camping trip, $1.25. I1.39 and $1.98 at
the Globe. 5-19-dw

Hon. H. W. Long and his grandson
Mr."John Bates, of Martei;'-ere busi-
ness callers in town today, Mr. Long
taking part of the Brooks evidence in
the phosphate case of his neighbors
Messrs. Clark. Ray and Johnsnn.

R. J. Horne. who for the past four
onmthi hna biAon lunrk-inmr in Al AAhu


had planted 10 acres In melon in
partnership and disposed of the same
to Mr. Bozemaa,,of Leesbarg, at a
good profit.

Messrs. Nelson & Warner ai. Messrs. Roach & Warner have 5.
acres in cucumbers at Williston, and
at one picking shipped 1400 cratms
last week.



CASTOR IA
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STATE PRISON FARM
MAY BE ESTABLISHED


.un n ... t... ... .. n s oi ,inlu,. Tallahassee. May 21.-Appropriating
county in the interest of th O Clve- fifty thousand dollars for the purchase
land Clock Co.. has returned to Ocala -
and is again in the service -f the* an,! equipment of a state prison farm.
hd us-Zaainhry furniture Co. the Humphries bill was passed to
third reading by the senate yesterday
Fine cndies, fresh stock Schles- If the bill is finally passed it will
fingers best. in pounds and halfmark th. first step toward the abolish-
.inger's best. in pounds and half- lu f t re os
pounds. at Ballard's news and fruit ing of the present convict eas ys-
stand. tem.
SKILLED PAINTING
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
'cure chills and fever, 25 cents. I ail prepared to take any job of
Painting. no matter bow large or how
Clima.x Mosquito CanoplJ-s and met il. mall. or how fine the work desired
frames. best for the hom,*. 4,r can biL may be I have the material, brushes
packed iike a 1lhin r,>d to ('.rr- on a 1 and knowledge to paint and do It
('amlin?- trip,. $!.2.. $1.39 and $1 .s .it I righLt Houses painted inside and out.


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aba iLppamBkba~1iftii


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Rebekaha meet this evening.

REXALL
Dr. J. E. Chace, who has been suf-
fering from malaria, is improving.
Prnk's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever, 25 cents.
Mr. Montholon Atkinson of Oldtown
was a visitor to the city today.
S or doses "SW will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
SPECIAL SALE NEXT WEEK AT
HELVENSTON A PASTEUR'S.
Mr. M. E. Robinson has made a
transfer of his Tampa property for
property in Ocala.

R C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms I dlsired

Col. 0. T. Green went down to Crys-
tal River this afternoon to indulge in
some piscatoral sport.
R C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons. TSc.
each; 87.50 per dozen.

Mrs. D. A. Miller who spent a week
with friends at Dunnellon and Holder,
returned home yesterday.
The Moses brothers, the wide-awake
Fruit dealers, received another car of
Sbananas yesterday.

DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the fa-
mous little liver pills, small, gentle
!and sure. Sold by all druggists.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
SShole-typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co
Several agents.


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COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
At the Baptist Chourb -meay Eve-
ig at a O'clssk.
Invocation, Dr. W. H. Dodge.
Piano soo. Second Masera (Benja-
min Godard)-Annie Laurle Perry.
Oration. The Builders of the Consti-
tution-Walter idell.
Essay. The Japanese in Californla-
Gary Beck.
Chorus, March.
Oration. The Puritan and the Cav-
aller-R. L. Anderson. Jr.
Declamation. Napoleon (Phillips)-
Marion E. Peiot.
Violin solo, Schwabisches Volsted-
George MacKay. Jr.
Class History-Adele Bittinger.
Class Poem-Maggie Lytle.
Class Prophecy-Phil Robinson.
Class Will--Lucile Moore.
Piano solo, Spinning Wheel (Cham-
inade)-Nellie Gottileb.
Address-Prof. L. L. Subrle.
Presentation of diplomas-SuptL J.
H. Brinson.
Presentation of medal-L. W. DuvaL
Chorus, Forth We Go.
Benediction-Rev. R. H. Barnett.
Hon. R. A. Burford riii preside.

BAND CONCERT PROGRAM

The following program will be ren-
dered by the Metropolitan band from
the fband stand this evening,,
March. "The Crisis"-R. B. Hall.
Waltzes. "Belles of Seville"-J. B.
Lampe.
Intermezzo two-step. "The Troubador"
-W. C. Powell.
Selection "The Prince of Pilsen."
Intermission
March. "Coontown Parade"-B. G. M?-
0 Fall.
"Southern Breezes" (a tone picture)-
F. P. Atherton.
March, two-step. "Silver Heels"-J. B.
Lampe.
Medley overture, "Blaze Away"-M. F.
Smith. A. K. Gerig. Director.

REBEKAHS TONIGHT

Refreshments will be served tonight
at the meeting of the Rebekahs and a
full attendance is urged.
FIRE AT SILVER SPRINGS

A large pile of very inflammable
material caught fire just as the men
were filing in for dinner today, at the
big mill of the McKean Lumber Co.
at Silver Springs. The mill is amply
supplied with water from a large and
highly elevated tank and the pres-
sure is good. There is also plenty of
hose and the fire was soon extinguish-
ed. The wind was high and had the
fire occurred a few minutes sooner.
before the men were all assembled on
the ground, it would have been be-
yond control. Mr. McKean says the
convicts worked faithfully along with
the free men to Dut out the fire and
the quick work of all saved the plant
KILLS HER FOE OF 29 YEARS
"The most merevess enemy I had
for 20 years," 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 Bitters, whreh 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 s60
at all druglsts.
Miss Emma Washburn entertained
her Sunday School teacher, Miss Bar-
nett, and members of the class Tues-
day night

Mrs. Chas A. Cullen and children
went down to Stanton yesterday to
visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
Pasteur.
Mr. Tom Pasteur, of gtanton, who
spent several days in Ocala, returned
home today.

We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

REXALL
Tom Kelsey of Stanton was in town
yesterday. Mr. K. said be and Char-
ley Brown, station agent at Welrsdale.


ists at Daytona.
Mr. W. E. Yocum, who came In yes-
terday azA stopped to see hal aslatr,
Mrs. W. T. Gary, left for Eage Labk
Polk county, this afternoon.

Mr. F. B. Beckham is agala at home,
having come up from Tampa to be
with his family a few days and look
after the improvements to his home.

Mrs. E. A. Hickson of lake City.
formerly Mrs. Sue D. Feaster, t In the
city rsitinug her sister. Mrs. T. M.
Moon, for a few days.

Hudnut's toilet waters, naerflumes
soaps and powders, none better or
more delightful at the Court Pharm-
acy. 5-21

Mr. and Mrs. 3 H. Rapeai have as,
their guests Mr. and Mrs. GaseI,
King and the hitterWs mother, Mlrn
Holcomb, of Arcadia.

Mr. Clarence Meffert returned Ie1t
night fromWAsheville, N. C., where h
has been attending Blgha school
the past term.

Mr. Charles Pfeifer, Mrs. F. 0. .
Wethe's brother, has gone to Jacksoe-
vllle, where be will remain for OM.
time, after which he w4lg probably go
to Baltimore or New YoSt to take up
his profession, which is the dectrie
.business.
Mrs. P. D Youngblood and chagen
arrived in town yesterday ftrem Dt-
ton ad4 have begun ouket to
the residence owned by Dr... NOWIei
on Oklawaha avenue. Mr. TYounagM q4
is connected with the Duttes Pleo-
phate company and will spnea~ An-
days in this city with his family.


Confederate Veterans. Tickets on,
sale June 5. and 7. Final lmit
June 4 but by depositing tickets'
with special agtnt Memphis between I
June 9 and 14. extension may b"
had to July 1. "n payment of fee of'
.50 cents.
$20.0--Nashville. Tenn.. and return,
account Annual Session Sunday
School Congress and Young Peo-
jle's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale '
June 7. 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days1
from but not including date of sale.
$1525--Tuscaloosa. Ala.. and return,
account summer school for teacher
University of Alabama. Tickets on!
sale June 8. 9. 12. 14. 19. 21. 28, July
3rd and 5th. Final limit 15 days
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Jessllu Marna. who wltU -begnw m
HOUSES FOR RENT Mr. W. a Wilon. of viis, e- tho
Moderncoallevening of June th. Ts willbet
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THE WORLD IEXP.RT The Air Dome last night Sav
THE WORLD'S E.XPERTS illustration of the story of AnbdtO,
have long since agreed that Pure Car- maiden who Minerva ehangf haltf#
bonate of Lead. Oxide of Zinc and spider for competing wtth thet .sge i
Pure Ltinseed Oil, in proper propor- fa splnniab. There was also I*
tions. thoroughly incorporated by me- cellent Illust5atin of te ha2oM r
chtnery, produce the ideal paint, hene, eI 'When Knighthood was tn
according to their views, you cannot The pictures t.oaght showr dtbe 1j
buy better paint than man Aeroplane, one of the few Ofpg
Davis 100 per OAnt machines that will fly. and a -atw'
Pure Paint of other interesting subjects. A
The American Standari of Excellence
Days 100 pe. cent Pure Paint wilI MtB LMctle Mooe, one of theW -
stand the test of the most rigid Pure eating clams, is the rectp t < *;
Paint Law. For sale by the Marfla beautiful gold watch, he prest It
Hardware Co, Ocala, Fla. her aunt, Mrs. E. A. Hickson,'e r Ltke
City. .

Frank Durand, who has speat sev-
eral weeks tIn Ocala, wll return to the
Gulf tomorrow to look after his
homestead, which he proposes to im-
prove.
Mr. Arnold, manager of the Mc-
Dowell Crate & Lumber Co.. at Oak.
had the misfortune to run a ~a into
the ball of his right hand, which is
EYE proving very painfuL
TROUBLES Capt. T. H. Johnson, who rterme
ARE yesterday from Lake Weir, lanters us
HEREDITARY that Tuesday a government alcial
visited the lake and took soaa dlm of
They aro handed down from p the same to.. determine the depth,
"to child, and If there Is& dete-t t In e;
poelnt's eye It Is mere ta ky t which averaged 21 feet. The capSa
be found in the eyes of the child also. said the offilal informed him that
Red lids, styes, or ItchIng, burning1 this sounding. had. something to do
pains are > -, with the proposed cinal a"es the
INDICATION. OO statet.
muscular troubles that cia be over-:
come by using proper glasses. Rev. j. Nlpon presiding elder of
DR. D. M. BONKY, this district and e of the trastse o
Eyesight Spete, Sutherland College, left far that pelat
O&la9, Fl;. this afternoon to witness '" the com-
Offlce Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. aNd I mencement exercises. -
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical ofoeo
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary Geo. E of Eastlake, peaed
block. ; through Ocala today on his way homne
from the meeting of the hortleltaru -


LoW RATES
via the
SEABOARD AIR aNMB
$17. Asheville, N. C., and return,
account National Asodatiof T.
P. A. of America. Tickets oan sae
May 28, 29 and 30. Flnal limit
30 days from but not Including
date of sale.
W.2A5, Louisville, Ky., and return,
account annual semion Ancient
Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June
5. ,. 7 and 8. Flnal limit June
17, 1909.
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return,
account International Convention
Baraca and Philathe. TIckets oa
sale June 17 and 18. final limit
June 25. 1909.
$145 Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticlans. Tickets on pale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 2S.
1909.
*17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return,
account Dramatic Order Knlgts
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8. 9, 10. and
11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
$1.6--Memphis. '"en., and return,
account Interstate Cotton Seed
Crushers' Association. Tickets on
sale May 16. 17 and 18 Final limit
May 22, 1309.
$6J0--Denver, Colo., and return, ac-
count General Assembly Presbyter-
ian church of U. S. of America.
Tickets on sale May 14, 17, 18 and
19. Final limit to reach original
starting point October 31.
S,-S-avannah. Ga.. and return, ac-
count General ,ssemby Presbyter-
tan church hi United States. Tick-
ets on sale May 17. 18 and 19. Final
limit June 2, 1909.
$1 25-Memphis, Teds.. and return,
account Annual Reunion United


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are. It is a failure as a miraculous
reaction but t is not a failure as
a natural product of human life. It tIs
not an and in Itself. but a means to
moral and religions education. It re-
fects man's nobilitles and his moral
poverty. It Is divine only as the hu-
man betnge who compose it are divine.
It Is powerful only as the human be-
ings behind It put their power Into tt.
There are as many styles of church as
there are types of men. The church Ito
what the people make It-Rev. J. C.
Jaymne, Uasvten. Newton, sAMm.


Ideal Church.
Man's highest Meals are God's cres-
tion. A bird's note, a bit of sunlight
or the dream of angels gives us music
ad painting and sculpture. But man's
Ideal is God's reaL This ia clearly
seen ta the origin and life of the
Church of God In all ages. The Acts of
the Apostles show us the origic of the
church It the little band of ditclples
who followed Christ. Then, empow-
ered for aggressive work b) the de-
scent of the Holy Spirit. they began
that mighty march through the cen-
tures which has not yet ceased. Their
Meal elements were prayer, united and
Individual speaking, speaking every-
where the great paths of Christianity.
a plenteous visitation of God's spirit
making them bold in speech, united In
spirit and generous of their means for
the common good of all believer. The
result of this was that great grace rest-
ed upon them. meo believed their unit-
ed and Individual testimony, and the
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BOARD OW PumiSIC InSIU'*N


ELIMIOUS THOUGHT.
ems Ontesode From the Teahingse
of AN D em tiaRons.
A ress is God's will going one way

terlani Broklyn
Riht ad Wre"G.
One Is all right w hen be poseess
riebs, position etc., but when they
pVe1I him he Is all wrong.-Rev. C.
W. Webb. Baptist. Aors. Ill.
Mystery of God.
No explasation of the mystery of
God In the f*m of man can be made
to the human mlad, and therefore it
was not conceived tn the human mind
It was born from above.-Rev. R. 8
Hyde. Methodist Omabh.
Les Busines.
The business of life is to become
godlike In character. Thought,. feel-
ng, will, the three powers of Intelli-
gence, ate the potencles whose right
of development will bring that result
-Rev. T. Edward Barr. People's Pul-
pit nwnauke Wis.
Men Waited by 0d.
God wants men who are single heart
ed and ,not double minded. He wants
men who have the courage of convic-
tion and who will do his work accord-
ing to the laws as laid down by the
BIle.-Rev. J. Littell. Presbyte-
ran, Wbeelng, W. Va.
Mother of Prejudice.
Ignorance is the mother of all preju-
dice, and It is because we do not know
each other that we hate one another.
It Is a disgrace for Cbrhtianlty to de-
nomunce JJdaism. Its mother, and it is
a dltafe for Judaism to be inimical
to Christisalty. its daughter.-Rev. To-
bis sclfkafaber. Methodist. Chicago.
Th. Need of Pure Gospel.
Tle world never more than today
needs a pure gospel and undefiled re-
igion. The machinery Is at band. The
raw material is abundant on which to
work. The Holy Spirit is the power.
"He will give the Holy Spirit to them
that ask." Have you that power?-
1ev. Dr. W. A. enter Presbyterian.
Los Angeles. CaL '
/Value of Temperanoe.
Let the virtue of temperance be pro-
clateMd i all the churches. Let the
family inculcate In the chlMren the
spiritual and temporal blesslog which
spring from a life of temperance and
sobriety. Let the father and mother
empress upon their children the terri-
ble coemequences of drunkenness.-Car-
dinal Gibboas, Roman Catholic, Baltl
more.
Aim of Life.
Lisf Is reaL Life Is earnest. Life
to an opjpi tualty to do something for
God and man. It is not Intended to.
be wasted with unintelligent activities.
The question Is not. "Are you busy "
but "What are you doing?" Is the end
and aim of your life to help God make
this world better? It Is not enough
even to be good. but we must be good
for somethMng.-Rev. J. Horace Mal-
lows, Congegatiomanst, Los Angeles.
OaL
Man's Will.
The sovereign will of man is the
mlghtlst force In human life. It Is
the absolutely fundamental power In
peramlty. the executive of the "dl-
viual ife. Every man Is a small
army of teultaes, but the will Is the
emumader, the pilot that runs the
shp, who can bring it safely through
the stress of weather and wave to its
destined harbor. The will toI the king
on the throne of the soul. We are not
lead tet right sreatons to od In our
regou life through the feeltngs or
the latellect. It is not what a man
know or what he feels, but wMhat he
will to be and do. that makes him a
Christina and a man.-Rev. Cortland

The Church What People Make It.
We must remember that the church
has grown up out of human life and
is purely a crton of the human heart
and mind. We have expected it to
perform miracles and to redeem the
world with a gesture. But there have
been no miracles, and so some of ut
have decided that the church isto a tfall-


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Ocas FloradeA May & MW.'
Th- board of publie- aistm tio rk
and for Marion county met in regular
sEasio at their office In the court
house on Tuesday. May 4th. 1N9.
Chairman Isaac Stevem- was pre-
ent and presiding, members B. B.IL
Blltch and J. 8. Grantham preent
and acting, and Superintendent 3. .L
Brinson serving as secretary.
Minutes of the preceding meetitg
were read and approved.
Resignation as trustee of the Charter
Oak school of Mr. W. H. Shaw was re-
ceived and accepted and Mr. -W. E.
Lucius was appointed to fill his un-
expired term.
Mr. W. A. Redding called and re-
ported that Miss Lizie Proctor bad
been chosen by the trustees of the
Charter Ook school to teach the fol-
lowing term.
The secretary reported that he had
given an order to Drew & Co. for a
warrant register to be made.
Resignation of Mr. Robert Marshall
as trustee of the Ocklawaha school
was received and accepted and the
secretary was instructed to ask the
school to make a recommendation for
his scece.ssor.
Explanation of Miss Lizzie Proctor
as to why her report was made for*
but nineteen days Was received and
was satisfactory to the board.
Messrs. Luffman *and Cahoon, trus-
tees of the Griner Farm school, called
and wished the board would make an
increased appropriation fotl their
school the coming year. No action was
taken at this time. The board as-
sured them of its desire to do the best
possible for them.
The supervisor and principal of the
Montague colored school called and
asked that the board pay the full saP-
ary of the third teacher of their school
for the coming year. Action on this
was deferred for the present They
also, asked that certain repairs be
made in the roof of the school house
in order to protect the floor from the
summer rains, which was ordered
done.
The board adjourned for dinner and
met at two o'clock.
A communication from the trustee of
the Ocala district was received which
contained a resolution addressed to
the mayor of the city asking that
something be done to suppress mis-
conduct of inmates of houses of ill




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fame in the neighborhood of Howard
Academy. The board signed an off-
cial endorsement of the resolution on
the paper and the secretary was in-
structed to forward It to the mayor of
the city.
A communication was also received
from the Ocala trustees asking that
certain high schools be run one addi-
tional month by the county board
Action on this was deferred until the
special meeting in June.
Mr. R. H. Sanders. of I)Dnnellon,
appeared before the board with a re-
quest that a settlement be made with
reference to the piano in the munnel-
Ion school. The secretary was In-
structed to write the trustees of the
Dunnellon district for positive in-
structions as to what disposition to
make of the matter.
The secretary reported the collec-
tion of $187.50 for insurance on the
Bay Lake school house, which Was
destroyed by Are.
Mr. J. K. Christian, one of the
trustees of the McIntosh district, call-
ed to make inquiry as to the Anan-
cial condition of the district.
The board adjourned until S o'clock
Wednesday morning.
Wednesday Morning. May 5, 1
The above board met pursuant to
adjournment with all members/ pres-
ent and acting.
The following accounts were audit-
ed and ordered paid: A. B. Rou, on
Ocala district for Interest on warrant
No. 5 for $800, $4; maarion Hard-
ware Co. on Ocala district for brooms
for Ocala school, t$1.26; Frank Cul-
breth on Martel district for supplies,
$1.30; G. W. Martin on Ocala district
for incidentals for May, $46; Commer-
clal Bank for Interest on warrants
taken up during month of. April,
$154.45: Herbert Speir on Dunellon
district for Iteldentsix of school
$5.90; J. H. Brinson for postage for
month of April. $4.C0; Mliss m -a
Norwood for otflfe help, $1; Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug btore on Fort Klng dis-
trict for school books. $.47; T. E.
Pasteur for commissions for April,
$248.4; Miss Bertha Farrn. on BelMe-
view district for teaching one week,
8., Oval & Koeter for high school di-
plomas, $6..0: 0. M. Gale on Belle-
view district for sundry Items of sup-
plies and expenses of the BeOleview
school, $18.67; H. A. Roes on Pbie
Level district for sundry Items of esp-
plies and repairs for school, $8.05.
County warrants, Nos. 8494-4514 1I-
clusive, for teachers stlares and
sundry other, Items of school expense
were ordered paid.
Mr. J. W. Crusby, one of the tus-
tees of the Citra school called in the
interestof the appropriations for next
year, but thw board took no actioN,
deferring the matter until the special
meeting in June.
The secretary was nstructed to
give notice of the June *av iiatit
an? to make arrangements for a
grading committee.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet on Monday,
June 7, 1M90. Tuesday, June 8, being
an examination day.
J. H. IN 8soN. Seey.

A SMILE
Is a pretty hard tfing to eooanPM
when yours blu, bilious and at et
sorts. There tis a sure cmre for aB
ktids of stomach and lver cook-
plaints-constipation and dy*pepela
Ballard's Herbtne isto mild, yet abo-
lutely effective ti aB cases. Prie Sec
per bottle at the Antl-M~mopoly Drug-
store.
DON'T MISS THE SPECIAL EM-
BROIDERY AND WHITE GOOD
SALE NEXT WEEK AT HELVEN-
STON PASTEUR'S.
TO THE MELON BUYERS
I have thirty acres en melos. Will
be ready to load by the 1st of June
I want f. o. b. buyers.
8. H. Cauthen.
Candler, Fla., May 10. 195.
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