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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03175
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
lccn - sn 84027621
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OCALA. FLORaIDA, MONDAY, MAY 24, 0IN.


OFALLTHEFOO9
w FOR SUMMER M T.
Wheat Hearts.has the lead. *amn T ** *lp AI*
It does not heat the blood. Tanama . May m ay--with
In sealed tins for 20c. the =c=ae I L smuge. oae or the
S itwoK aneat! st grpbers, mad the re-
MIL-KOW Is a powder quest for Uu i of Asl tant
niade of pure skimmed milk, 8"ate C. Bridges,. which
o nthe senate yester-
15c. two for 25c. day after a long executive
S,. , se .Z a sensation which
TR U-M la la LuiACd I U- t has be splu to Itaelf.
skimmed milk, 15c, two for ourmamon wa sve
Sou t. a young men wrote to a
25c. in tins. Try a tiB; yOU brew paniy la St. Louis. In re-
will like it. gard Humphrie bill defnling
Ints beve raxs as those having
We lave a full !iue of pure over e*nt of alcohol in them.
f A f The r it ts stated, made certain
Spices. just in, :il fresh. Offp warned amount wa*4odlit.
. edI Vbnk. At any rate. the trans-
action locked shady to the senate.
e e K GROCERY r was sent to the Jackon-
K. GROCERY e *rsentative of the brewing
CLARK BROTHERS company, who turn set t to a rep-
resentative of the corporation Inter-
PROPRIETORS ets at Tallahalmssee. It was turned
Two Phe s 174. al, ,'t Senator Dayton and then the
f:ouble was on. Mr. Bridges was In
---. Jadrkonville a few days ago on busi-
iatss and was brought up by a deputy
R. D. FU LLER therif on an attachment Issued by the
R D ".- F L senate for him as a witness. The
DEN AI SUR- young men were perfectly frank when
DE4T AL SURGWn questioned by the executive session
S r nd the senators do not believe that
Ofice (ver Munoe" & CbhaH they fnlly realized Just what they were
Hok. doing amounted to.
OCAI.A, - FLORIDA It was stated by a senator that the
TERMS, CASH. action taken was the least that the
__' senate could do in the matter, but
that It was believed under the cf'-
J. E. C ACE camatancea It was punishment enough
Both young men are highly regarded
= by an who know them and the whole
DENTAL URGEC 'N affair Is regarded as unfortunate.
S- Senators state that no further action
Rooms 9. 10 and 11. wi! be taken.
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA A CArD
TERMS. a This is to certify that all drggist
TERMS. CABSH. aref authored to refund your money
....- "- --"*--I....--, If ioley's Honey and Tar tWals to cure
your cough or cold. It stope the
L F BLALO coacugh, heals the lungs and prevents
pa""monia and consumption. Con-
flontoI ^liranmi tata- no opiates. The gemaute is In a
UiIti JiU15U yellow peclrke. Bold by all drgglsts.
Wkee O w fsmrdal 3 THOMSON HOLDS UP TRAINS
Phone a1S. -
Office hours: i to 12 a. *. 1 Ito Of t wGeor Ralway if thm Enginae
5 P. m. ate Fired by Neon-Uni Men
TERMS, CASH. 0
-s,- -. Augusta. Ga. May 23.-Tralns 27
and 28. passenger and mall, went
A S8.h Thomson yesterday unmolest-
CHARLES D. HULBERT,. D ed. That they were not Interfered
-with was the result (f an understand-
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND etentheeorga railroad man-
O h m IJRG r a ement and angry cit-iens at Thon-
Ol-l n Flo Th U asdi. The Thomao people, however.
Offce--Second Floor The Munro & i ed their ultimatum that no more
Chambliss Bank Bufldft Ocab, tr carrying non-union white fire-
Florida. m e or negro ftmnen will be allowed
Telephones--Offce, 222; ReItldeno. to pas that point.
221. When No. 27 got to Deering the
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. it..; 2 *0 4 general ofrce of the road at Augusta
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:"`0 p. a. received notice that the people of
.. Thomson would not permit It to go
throtagh' If there were armed guards
mum j in mamaaor a negro fireman on the engine. Ne-
THE u001 E IAL gotlatioas were opened" with the
Thomson people and they finally
BAIB R rU agreed not to molest the train if the
negro fireman and the guards rode IA
the coach leaving a white fireman on
Opens Into the Lobby of the a the engine. To effect this rrae-
ment the road hired for duty aa flre-
House. man a white man who was a pa-en-
Offers the very best advice of ger on the train.
skilled workmen with modern an-
pilances. Strictly minitary. Electric ORCED INTO EXILE
fans. electric massages. Wm. UpcHurch. of len Oak, Okia
Hot Runniag Water at All Tlme wa "an exile from home Mountain
air. he thought, weold cure a rightful
VINCENT C. DEKrTTERaCH, Maar .aung ,raeking cough that had deled all
-_ remedles for two years. After six
* m nths he returned death dorglng his
C. J. PHILLIPS ln. New DIhove he writes,.
"and after taking ix bottles I am s
Conmtatoz sI d B dI. well as ever." it a thousands
____ yearly from desperate lung diseases
Plan n SpsInfalible for coughs and colds, it dis-
ilkpPlans and S Reqlleat.onu -uril eplis coarseness and sore throat.
Upon Request. 1 Cures grip, brmehitls, hemorrhages,
120 fouth Ttdlt Has Mthma. croup, wboofng cough. 59c
129 South Th Bt. and 1. trial bott free, uaranteed
Phone 130. OCALA. FL* b; all drugglts. .
A RIOT IN ATHENS


Equitable

Life Assurance Si


Polies Have a Hard Time to Protect
a ab Firemanm
Athens, Ga.. May 23.-Nearly a
thousand men and boys tonight
stiaed policemen and detectives who


OfTh UA lb were protecting a white f areman. WUil
Williamson, who bad fired a passen-
ger train oa the Georgia Rallroad yes-
"STRONGEST IN THE WORLD* terday frtm -the run from Athens to
UnTRONGET IN THE Point Gega.
--- A detective was knocked down with
MISS FLORIDA CONDON. a misate and T. H. Morris, a police-
Resident Agent. man, had an arm painfully lacerated
... in the fight. The fireman was saved
from violence and the crowd later dis-
persed.
A LIVING SKELETON
In the final condition of any chld that
ing something In your stomach that
eats all you take n ourishment Ninae
Sbe y ous haa. Be certain that *t has
'"t by gyit K Whte' Cream Ve-
ofs --4t expewa all womm and is a
B& Swl tMnk for tr baby. prke 2 entelat
the Asti-Moemopoly Druaitor.
Prompt Service ELECTRIC SMOOTMING Roe.
f -* One of the gtreaerst convenience


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With Only Eleven Days in Which'
to Consider Them
TalLahassee. Fla.. May 3.--Con-
fronted by 'ver six hundred bills the
more days. The season of 1909 will
then pasM into history and it now
I- - Very much as if a pywon v-W be
T table to -'otnt on his fingers the num-
AT ber "f gen'-ral hills enacted during the
Ssixty days.
SB IIt no- ceerms certain that a state
Suniformity of school text books meas-
Sure 'will be passed before the end of
Sthe session. Th- Flwctacular death of
;the Doke count:. uniformity bll In the
house yesterday. coupled with the
piassagt to th.rd reading of the stite
I The me' ar* y rinty bill and thel
'oday, M ay 24th "1 u'"*' m"easu'" r "e
W y Ma y 24th bill by <'arn of Marion. gives a hint.
o 291h' .,0hrne stAte uniformity measure are
at day 29th nek n.k n third reading on the
senate calendar.
SDesigns and Great- various Inveigatng comt-
Ma D maignis anu1 \J ;a." tees have nearly all returned. The one

Have Ever Shown that Ila'ruR
far as those in charge were concernmed
the mtmlh tfli'rno-it iun't so bad ut the
'ehnol is vr" ].;',lriy equipped and is
1 00 YAIR S costi'.g the stete far more than if
ought to. considering what there f to#
IES AS FOLLOWS: show for it Thecommittee even s.g-
I AS FOLLO-W geted that if the .school cannot be
run under I. s exorbitant amounts
ent.... Worth 7 to 8 cents than in the past that it would really
S 8 9 -b he advisable to abolish the institution
The Drainage Propositiwn


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We will offer during this Sale over
3500 yards Beautiful White Goods con-
sistig ot Embroidered Swiss, Dimities,

Mercerised and Plain Waisting, Madras,
Batiste, Nainsooks, Piques, Etc., at a
Great Sarifice.


The Everglades Drainage Joint Com-
mittee is the best pleased of the lot.
Chairman Thei>, West of Marlanna.
has always been an opponent of drain-
age. but he came back convinced and
the same was true of the others. By
their rquejest they were accompanied
by former Gov. Broward. who is per-
haps more thoroughly familiar with
every phase,pf the drainage work thai
any other one man. They went to lau-
derdale on the east coast. and on their
return inspected the east coast canaL
They went next down to Fort Myers
on the alo.sahatehee. Chairman West.
who is one of the sinate-members of
the committee, states that the report
that will be submitted will be one that
will go down in hisorv.
The committee appointed to investi-
gate the insane asylum at Chatta-
hoochee has nearly completed Its
work. It Is understood that there is
really little that will be in the least
nationall in the report, as condi-
tions are understood to have been
found \ery good.
YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS
)f n'-adaohe, as weOt ailasoer wosnen.
but all gtt quick relief ant prompt
,ur.. iri Dr. KJnrsa New Life Pit,
the wtrld's -best remedy for sck and
nervous headaches. They make pure
b!ood. anid strong nerves and build up
your health. Try ihem. 2&e at all
druggists.
A MAD DOG IS A PUBLIC ENEMY


----, And Therefore It is Lawful to,Shoot
One on Sunday
STORK DEALT A FULL HAND Climax Mosquito Canopies and metdl. Atlanta, May 23.-That a bad dog la
frames, best for the home, or can be a 'puhlie nemy' has been definitely
Eiu Chaire, Wis.. May 23.-Thel backed Uke a fishing rod to carry on n dethided ty the state court of appeals.
wife of Fty Irish. of Thorpe. Clark camping trip. $1.25, $1.39 and $1.98 ,t :\p:lis it is lawful to make war on a
county, yesterday gave birth to five the-Globe. 5-19-dw public ent'my at anv time, it Is also
babies, three daughters and two sons.I te cr.clutsion of the court that it is
All are alive and wep tonight. Everybody is likely to have kidney ;i'irfeeily legal and proper to-shoot or
and b:adder trouble. In fact nearly .oihrwis. ey-cute a mad dog on the
IF YOU KNEW !eve.yb dy has some trouble of this .Sabbath. Clar, n,-e Manning of Jasper
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you kind. That is thp reason why you so county shot : mad dog on Sunday and
would never suffer frqm kidney, blad- often have pains in the back and was prosecuted and convicted for un-
der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two groin, scalding sensation, urinary dis- lawful shooting rn thte Sabbath. The
month's treatment. Sold by drugglts orders, etc.-that's your kidneys. The court if ai.r:ils reversed the Judg-
or by mail. Seti for testimonials. Dr.1 best thing to do Is to get some of Dc- ment. and declared Manning was jus-
E. W. Hall, 2928 Olive Street. St. Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills right titied in his ,act.
Louis, Mo. away. Take them for a few days or
a week or so and you will feel all AN IDEAL COUGH MEDICINE
WHAT'S IN MoCLURE'82 1 right. In this way, too. you will ward
-- oft dangerous and possibly serious "As an ideal cough medicine I re-
George Kibbe Turner in the leading' ailments. They are perfectly harm- guard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In
article In the June McClure's shows less. and are not only antiseptic, but a class by itself." says Dr. R. A. Wilt-
how Tammany Hall. with the aid o: allay pain quickly by their healing shire, of Gwynneville, Ind. "I take
brookss. thugs and the lowest order .: I properties. Send your name to E. C great pleasure. in testifying to the re-
parasites, controls New Tork City DeWitt & Co, Chicago, for a fr-e sults of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
eWtions: Prof. E. T. Brewste I c. trial box. They are sold here by 11edy. In fact. I kiow of no other
tributes an article on "The Animal; druggists. preparation that meets so fully the
Mind From the Inside" in which he expectations of the most exacting in
declares that animals can not reason REXALL cases of croup and coughs of c1il-
and that men do not reason anythingK. dren. As it contains-no opium, chlo-
like as much ans they are commonly 1C-R SALE-A nearly new Und -r- reform or morphine it certainly
supposed to; Marion Hamilton Carter wood typewriter, cheap for cash. A;>- ,makes a mos.t safe. pleasant and ef-
tells of the great work being done for ply to C. C. Bryant, at the H. B. Mas- ficaclous remedy for the ills it is In-
"The Conservation of the Defective terms Co. 5-22x tended" i
Child" by br. Witmar of the Univer- -- .
sity of Pennsylvania; George F. Par-I BROKE NEARLY EVERY BONE
ker writes of Cleveland's part in thp, an m a r
insurance crisis and President Taft' l ON eu a Barbershop Terrible Fate of a Young Lady in
explains his attitude toward organized Kentucky
labor. There are stories by Elsie Augt.sta. Ky.. Mv 23-Effe Towns-
Singmaster, Hulbert Footner, Viola In Comnection With the Hotel OffceI luvy. the i-y.var-o od tlughter of Sam-
Roseboro'. P. C. Macfarlan'. Harriet uel T ,' nslev af Jr isonville, Brack-
Lummis Snmith and the last instalment, Skilled workmen and courteous at- ,. v. ai fou;,l-dead yesterday
of Mrs. Humpnry Ward's great novel tension to all. Special attention totomn th. r,,al ;,.:, h ar home.
"Marriage a In Mode-" childreL. MI"s T nIl,.-y had be.n riding a
V W. WILLIAMO. LET4 whi.h became frighten-
REV I. W. WILLIAMSON'S LETTER ELECTRIC )ASSAGEI d an.l ran ;waiy wth her, throwing
Rev. I. W. Williamson, Hungngton, HOT AND COLD WATER iffT. draggigu ht r over the rough
ts droad with r t caught in the stir-
W. Va.. writes: "This Is to certify! A ..r fth 1#-hr' ,,t caught in the stir-
that I have usel Foley's Kidney Rem- RD | TRDIC ang hr as ell s
edy for nervous exhaustion and kid-, '* u IIC. Pf ir!: v.-ry one in her b-ody.
pey trouble and am free to say that i i __ _O OF Y
It will do all that you claim for it." KILL HER OE OF 2YEARS
Foley's Kidney. Remedy has restored I "The m..tf mercTress enemy I had
health and strength to thousands of W for 2,* y~ sr-." delares Mrs. James
weak. runa down people Contains no lW C. UB L AN H RJ Duncan, of IHaynesville, Me.. "was


harmful drugs and is pleasant" to take.
Sold by all druggists.
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
Offers its services and superior work-,
manship in the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has


CONTRACTOR AD BUILDER
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Sd.yspipsia. I suffered Intensely after
l .ating or drinking and could scarcely
tyi,.-p. After mary remedies had fall-
'.i an l sev ral di.ctors Ave me up, I
tried El-ctric Bitters, which cured me
',mpL.tey. Nw I can eat anything.
I am 70 y.ars od aind am overjoyed to
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C. I.. STTIM-, 'M-r
It. CARROLL. S ulm

THE IACCALAURMATWE C,-.

sunday morning was s tasm et
calon In Ocals. It *. d :<
preaching of the beealaureate sem
to the Methodist o hlbfb W
Rev. RIt Braett. It was am ab
discourse. earnetlir t1asbu i. t 6*
ltgly spoken to a erowdeod se. The
atmospheric conditlona 4 0eM it-
ous. hence the larg attendaMs sa
the parents of the s*beli eblMdrN: 1
the city were there to show JheOir I-
terest in this lastitution of learns
It is safe to ay that O na other so-
caslo n the history of the c"hure
were more ople pIked wfthikm i
walls than on Sunday morning mad ft
was to the credit of the people a6
Ocala who In this instance sh*ne
the proper spirit. whif the peabled
beautifully deserlbedtM his diemuns.
The chorus choir was compe nd of
the following persons: Sopre O l
X. ELH. Mote. Mrs. L. HL. apha t.
T. H. Johnson, Mm. A. Z. GeU Mi
Jesllu Martin; alto, Mrs. 3 0. liae.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. W. M. OGl;
tenor. C. Cullen. W. M M M *.
Martin. A. Z. Gerig; es. Q. A,;
J. J. Oerig, D. L Woodrow. 2. Jp OM
cheetra were the followlast: Vlei
Miss Mary Connor. Mrs. B. N oi. C o
Georse MacKay, Jr., Max Flasher; Utik
Leon Fishel; cornet. P. B. Mathews
trombone, Charles Barr; basm sIba.
C. E. Simmons; organist. Missl y.
Wartmann; director. A. E. Gewf.
At the appointed hour Miss Wart-
mann Introduced the exercte e
playing the Pillgrim's Chorus frdi
Tannhauser,, followed by congrega-
tional singing and an carpet prw f
by Rev. W. H. Dode, "D. t.,. of the
Presbyterian church, and tdae l 1
the orchestra and chorus choir, led by
Mr. A. Oerig. Rev. 0. H. Harristo
read a prasage of the 'Palms. w bh
was followed by the ameralar leeson
read by Rev. C. C. Carroll. 4fter a.
other bhy aad prayer by Re's W. H.
Coleman, Rev. Barneft mad* the san.
Sunday announcement tor a11" the
churches, saying tfat as 'all the pro-
testant pastors of Ocala were present
and on the rostrum bpartllpatinl ti
these exercises. they wowld i their
pulpits at their regular evenltig ser-


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Pt~ t the Adof .ed
u mr aflm"_1.thote ye in. Not
wteu 'es tve tt alret t
,dteugh .w wta y is the average
it paig r 'Iis aoninmoement isd
1o2 thet4make o0 yeur wed but the
brgoeig ofR lagrm-re eadw as pve.
latoe f r e mtr o 0e w stamty, m ever
4mdful -s ppt tha w Ge i upon
ys. Do e r weo aaeedt in toe Gods
-ams.3 he nm ,Idler plemses
ad.' Thuias4e a etflth ours isnt a
playloud, to aremvel n &ad
uthe thiak ts or e are for o cept

yttY B sadtto te ot
w me NW t vw ebwe. as yerY
ASlg fthe ap wt oee put iat t hat
os. SOsaw e ly to plase
lb his I r. Wwki eout yoer
salvatt ., .
aam ers ad the tretn is kmews by its
fruit; yeu will he idby Yr eats"
.. ise iawu v.'9mmrtt made a averF
d&reaw plea itt prberep*e to dive
themselves to Gw "At that an you
g6 torth into tlie's 6meft opp".
door. ot pportwity wm prese" t
thum to y, mad It will be with
-you a"a. t bllie you have c-
mtul!gi tstfM5ose e4l adaendmpove on
these opportual W to the best of the
abilty and disera- u a.t God has given
Ipe. Em slid -to 0hew that hbe could
not expemss el t h interest be had'
-I tthm sad their "I gumee and wei-

Mr. Drme6 45 without motes r44
Dnae~rl t,.his wods showed
deep P a pedmund reflection
pa the asmi'A i'must confront and
the sae s of .he trust imposee

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vies. .. with pet pla -t
Before announcing his text he ook- ta evidence, roun
ed over the sea of hats an remared- color scheme 0 b1
that a request had come from the au- frout ro of Nat
dience-from a lady-that they lades thie aOrl-vwa, 4c
would please remove their .hats o* graduate -aad twh
that all could see what was going these by their 'pM
around them. This request only met Thei penft.W
with a partial response. 'peacher I Oeala
He then read his- t.it, w arte w 'aseVptebW odoptli
from the words of the siM-0'd00 llF uitrgsvees a4iU'
of Timothy. 16th einM.,bthe .h'ebiapr 4hi-ef of al to
read by Mr. Carrmll ad. we "Sma10tdyef u W sels ao '
to show thyself a pp0we aWt4 God,, &a V.t )'e1iM
workman that neeo~t s et lo "*be ~M b b hs lI
ahamed, rightly divinink the word of b glinamgprit"0il
truth." "-- .
The speaker reminded the audleae
m-at Paul in these letters to Theoty
showed his love fop Timothy ad thae .
unfeigned faith which was Timothy ee w
himself. Timothy was the so e1 a a4mS la-uest head
priest, though his prentp war.Jews. 4.tirw rbad, t
and he became one.of Paul's, greatet ,aW .' a esllht- 4
.helpers in evangelical work. thrt .. WM1
The speaker remarked thlat aMit of .hOrts1 k,
the.things that l wopld say were Bpoo mae I,
new, but were app l.-.. gC tt
casion, became the g (*gg .ftree spelMG
sad had the app roAtthb eap a, le
the Book. which b.it p. mui
places had proved a bklsin to the s6mmu, |
young. That the thought and ..
of a scholar was to be so prepad; oB
examlatltg day as to have--tha.sape
proval of the teachers: to be imbue ,
with a spirit to go higher. .A man's .
afe is one of study, and that study to
prepare one to do the battle of Itfe. Tbsl'Geolft*
Man was created to be a worker, g
taught by God's example. aad. ever* M-it'-
epreesalo or the divine- W Ir a that eils
a great worker never sleeps or falters.
He said the Bible was fall of. x- t-r a
preestons: -As my. father wok '* t
"A Ife worker": "Working whil t' .5'.
day." Also the thought that 19 Its aot ia0iNS.
to be administered to, hut to minister I
to others. He said the iworde stand- m
ard was "to do the other sellow." bat '." n"-'"
God taught us to serve huaty oaw S 2 ~'V
Christ. He showed howe God comn- .l.. .
handed us to labor, ot days la. the
week and rest one. The trouble Is s0go
many people violate God'. ,emmad 5
by not laboring the six days, a them
using the Sabbath. He quoted from-
the 12th chapter of Rmees: "Not
slothful In business fervet n.sprita
serving the Lord." They that d not
work shall not eat. I we wish to be
sueresfsul In life we must work not
i sly In the line of our daily calhlt
but to things spiritual, etera for tie -
salvation of one's oul. He showed e l m
how many accented e materWal part
and Ignored the spiritual, but expect
Malvtlon as a matter of course.
Work is the very.lAw of fae. Sue-
edes cannot be had withput jabhe. Na
the greatest part of, thI labor to .
get right with God.- It s% what~
study to do with .tt- *It a1t.th & ab Ch 6a- Ma -t-i
eause so many people fall .f IUf thrI b la m ,'*' ft ,
Ignorance. allure la church t -o p-bek- b Ba E as
cause so many people are *retist In{ca-pl tripg pl2
church work. and are aot presnt at the Otbae.. "5
church service. To be SmOi8tSi. .
workers In life, oae cannot get away Ig 7 aex-o
from the spirituaL This huam IMsie Cal aboMd Wi
to the mot Lu.portant in stay as It to is-t to a1 It is
the most belpfuL A child s the aMt w Rh aaetl Su
helpless creature that exists. It mumt nt, a Ama
be taught every step ft M1s Pw ga1y am i' c
life. He illustrated the difreame o b. olatM *MaI
twireen the tfant and the t a0 "-in
quail the woods. How the latter -
were prepared to seek a o palaet '
nto the time of danger. It was U O
for. taught its food uarmesd am as n
vatah the wIaw alweMt g o c.ar
We know nothing at birth, but witr lRelaie
observation and study ame tmade s re


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mUca Dr, a-W. H. DIdee.
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SSft A Ard-Anae lAurk fWrr.
OsaM the Baers of JtheOsti-


rag Ma Pt '-
sb. Ta eU Naplse (PhCaliprni)-


Mariona Pelot-s
Violin soe1 Nehw'asebes Volstled-
George Maeray Jr.
CAMss Bury-AGtee Bttinger.
Class Pom-Magil Lytle.
Class rplry- l Reobison.
Class w -L e Moo .
PiAo.olo, 8dmat Wheel (Chamn-
J4ade)-Nlbe Gottlieb.
Addrawe.tProt L Ij. Subrie.
Premt"atJoQ of diploas-Supt. J.
H. Brfon
Preseatatio of medal W. Duval
chums. Forth We GOo.
Bemedction-Bev. K. H. Barnett
Ho& R. A. Burford will preside
TEITUMONIALS OF LOVE
AND APPRECIATION

Sunday moralag the Sunday school
lasses at the Methodist church, over
which MIs Ls clle. More and. Mh
Je-ssiu Martin so lowragly and faith-
fuly presIet, presented these twor
young ladles with tokens of the class-
r' aleetioe sal .love. MHmi Martin
received a beautiful set of silver coffee
spoooa, whfie Mhi Moore was the re-,
elpeat of a lowely gold-handled, silk
umbrella. It is needless to add they
were highly appreettea
HOWes TIS6

We eer Ome Hundred Dollars Ie-
ward for may eam of Catarr that
eiamot be cred by Hairs Catwrrh
Cure. mP. Y. Cheey.-A Co.,
Toledo, 0.
We. the uaders ln d, have known
P. J. Ciemey frt the last 15 years, and
Ieeve him perfectly b aorable In all
bustaess traasaetions and financially
able to esarry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Waldinag, Klnan & Marvin.
tWholesle Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nayt, acting directly upon the blood
and mmeous sn.eaces of the system.
Testimonalas sent free. Price, 76
per botOfe. Sold by all druggists.
Take Ball' PFaily Pills for consti-


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.ARS
HEREDIARY


Th are handed deow from parent
to eld aad if there is a detect In a
pareata eyen It Is mtre than likely to
*p foad in the eyes of the child also.
RedW I. stye, or iteblfg, burning
pams are
INDICATION? OF
amiUscar troaues that can be over-
. ?. LD. M. -O8"T,
Alt'--- t-ere not aflslaat-,"
7 '-1"-; Oeala, ]lat

0-teaO Hoer. 'I to 12 a, m.and
I1:2 to I .S pO m. Optau. oae
&W laherftey. tom? 22 and 4 G0y

THE JUNIOR LEAGUE
-4--
Although there \was not a full at-
tendanee at the Juior LeAgue Sunday.
afternoon, the service was a most
profitable and Interesting one. The
subject was lsslons." and Irene
Tompkins led the meeting very ad-
mirably. Anaie Pearl ULddon gave i
chart talk. Annie Pope Bagleton gave
a further account of the life of Neep-
lan., abowing his home and other in-
vironmeats. An of the Juniors partic-
lpated In some 'anaer. Carleton Er-
vin at the organ. Next Sunday will be
"Memorial Day" In the league. Alfred
Green wW lead and the program
promises to be an exceptionally fine
one. Friends of the league cordially
Invited.

A fine singer on the program at the
planVi -plano recital at the armory
theater Tuesday night, at 8:30 o'clock.

FOR SAL-At Fort MeCoy, forty
acres of the best stawberny and let-
tuce land In Mareo county, situated.
a mile and a half from the Rents rail-
road: cheap for cash. Apply to W. H
McConn, P. 0. Box 540.
Jake Brown, the universal promoter
of all of Ocala's nlaterests, paid his first
visit to the Ooalt High School this
morning to Inspect Its work and was
delighted beyond measure. He said he
was aorry to think of the pleasure he
mialed In the years gone by and in the
future his presence can be counted on
', all state school occasions. He said
the work of the school and its fac-
ulty coNd not' be overestimated, so
excellent was all of the work in all the
grades. Jake is now not only a high
school enthualast, but an optimistic
b.oster.
.C. W. Head, foreman of the S. A. L.
81!ver Springs junction section gang.
was In town Saturday and had a rush
order to put in a railroad switch to
get out the melons from the Marion
Pfarma


Will Lucius, the melon grower an4
good roads builder, rode out to his 50-
acre patch southwest of Belleview and


Mr. Itartoe Pot entertateed in a ,
very novel manner the abers of-
Wa class .*M a .ew friend. Saturday -
evealar at the bhor of his '-pan,4 ,,,,4aVi B loli
Mr. and Ms. W. A. Pelot. on Bo BOeyS from -MA. ii
Third .street. this .*meaes the sixth lectaN mia d aMUtat, S0 a"
party the graduatin uass of 10W h M Pool COeNghee UW *1
enjoyed and the 0memorkes of each will Recreation
liuer o0sg ia the minds of these : .
pHas, who have timrned Ueir bakD to A p !S ir amtr I
their early alma mater to seek a high-
er knowTedge and apply that already
obtained. I
As the Pelot res .nce was ,tr
one was impressed with the artistic
way :n which the school colors, old
gold and black, wf successfully car-
ried out lis the decorations. The frost
veranda, screened in, was festoo ne
with long winding crpp paper stream- i
ers, of both colom, alght together at
regular Intervals. At one end was .
placed a prettily appointed punch ta- .
ble from which a delleltou punch con-
taIning, all kind- ot fruit was served A
by the hosts sister and ooastn, Miss
Carrie Pelot and Mis Dora Vogt. The
lights throughout the rooms were qwu
shaded with yellow and the ardInters il
of ferns were covered with yellow and
black. In the parlor and Uving room aAI
large clustwers snflowers, yellow -. -_-."--
cannas and blaak-eyed Susns were
placed. 0. H. S. pennants were on the
w lls. .
Besides his lass:w.tes .Mr. le"it
-ritrd.- Mises- op. ReAison. ielen
Brown, Julia PaUters0o. f J_"f klald,
Annie Atkinson. I. catltse IslWar,
Miss Nellie Stevens. ad Rev. QC. C. w
Carroll to meet with the class, a com-
pliment appreciated by the above. The State
,three high school teachers were una-
ble to attend on account of the grad-
ing of papers.
On arriving each was given a little
booklet, on the cover of which was W JLI *.
painted the class pin.In the colors and
on the flrqt page, was written a verse
appropriate to the receiver. Be neath
the verse was. verit,! sans peur, the W 1 A m.a
class motto, and the class rose. On -H
the other pages the autograph of each
one present was placed and the whole
made -a very acceptable souvenir.
A spelling 'match, where the word RICKER-WARREN I
given had to be spelled backward in
ten seconds, was a most novel idea and Cards are out for the marriage t
proved Intensely Interesting. Miss Ernest Lyman Ricker to Mary .
Helen Brown and Maggie Lytle prov- Warren. of Jacksonville, which eovept awaY te dil3bS. W
ed the best spellers for which they will tako, place Tuesday mornwig' May e. A
were given pretty magazine openers 23th, 1909. at 9 o'clock at St. Johbs u 'w:
in Ivory. The next feature was a church. Jacksonville. by its i dttoae,4r
needle threading contest. Needles 1r. Ricker is a Marion county ,bor. y ttu. hee,'ll b o *
were given to the girls and threads to except that he4happesed to be bor ~ 4
the boys and the boy$ were told to Minnesota, and was but a toadag eaSlas over the 1
thread the needles. Then vice versa bhbe when his parents moved ToS eth p t0bo9k argumalat
This was also quite interesting. Lake Weir, where he grew aup to ma t-
Delicious refreshments, carrying out hood and a useful life. He girepa4 s S as ianal
thf- color scheme, were daintily served himself fol the United Stales mail tqulty ts r.naa~atalWd
by Miss Evelyn Pelot. assisted by servidr a deeade ago and by his stu-,
Misses Dora Pelot and Mary 'Philllps iius and correct habits he galaed Uth s AIA J'I VR
and Mr. John Pplot of Jpcksonville. favor with the officials of that brnc x ,
The first course consisted at chicken of the service that be steadily r. e s
salad, on nasturtium leaves, Ilives and their esteem and n0ow oceupie the ha- -,
wafers. The'second course was choc- portent and responsiblee soitinm Of< -
olate and a'v.la ice crtam in heart- 'superintendent of the mails' at the
shaped.. ramekins *ith which' was r.lozi depot. JacksonviUle.
passed fruit and sponge-eake. A treat The bride to be Is a most'teiitkM?-
greatly enjoyed by all was the serving';.dy, handsome in p "Ira' pesdig
of slices of watermelon grown on the of a gradous personalty, sweet ir '
Pelot grove near Areadit Lfttle yel- disposition and of a chiarIlg mental; .
low and black paper baskets Illed brightness thitzaleaher a ebCter-
with delicious home-made candies was training and companionable pe m-'
another souvenir of'thbs pleasant ev- whose friends are number by her ae-
ening. qualntances.
Mr. Pelot- ha been hle recipient of The Star extend hearty coearata-
several handsome gra atittg presents latldns and trusts their '-mtfr tit
and one attrapted the 'attention of all. will be all their fondest an ttast
It was a class plld 4Wmade of black have pictured it.
satin on which was embroidered in
yellow the names of the members of HOME FOR 'SALE
the class ant the thtzed teacher's, and
the class pin with tht"'letters O. 8 One of the most co rtabM a
and '09- beneath whict was the clas best located mdlusnm.ueh bomw in,

card completed tbi- Illo" whic" a or wltoQut furnture. o i.-
thete ioyssarrie Pelot-- el oft In .. .s...a -bask -f-i-

success and neatly enjoyed by th KII D P AINTIN
class and infted friends. aKILLEO PAINTIN
I am prepared to, ta- *aV o U


Rev. C. C. Carroll .went up tO Lake
City today to attend the trustees
of Columbia College meeting. He will
be back in time to hold prayer meet-
Ing Wednesday evening and wants ev-
ery member present as he will talk on
prayer and desires all his members tO
consecrate themselves to this part of
their work to prepare them for the
revival services that begin Sunday
morning.
HOUtE FOR RENT
For rentV an Bight-room residence
well located on South Third street.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph.
qt the Montezuma. hotel.

TO 'HE MELON BUYERS
I have thirty acres fine melons. Will
be ready to load by the 1st of June.
I want f. o. b. buyers.
S. H. Cauthen.
Candler, Ft-, May i.. 1909.
Climax Mosquitp Canopies and metal
frames, best for the home, or can be
packed like a fishing rod to carry on t
camping trip, $1.25. $1.39 and $1.98 at
the Globe. 5-19-dw



IcVYERAL IACKAY

,uenlkAL< DnIECTORS


painting, no mat l B, me- r. V W
small, or how ane the work 4
may be. I have the mat rtal, trmt
and knowledge to paiY t a d, Ge' i
right. Houses painted ied and oLt.
Graining, gilding, hard 6* SO .&
varnishing and lettering am
painting. 'Taste and shB gua-w
Write a card, arme Cm P bpat
Company, or leave w.od at the ita
office. E. W. Pllhaw Oeal, I t. if
Fine candles, fresh stock GM BMe
singer's best. la po-iun md mhal
pounds, at BaHard's news aaa "ut
standL
Don't fall to hear the plan.Ilspianm
recital at the armory theater teaomrrW
night. AdmAsion free.
Mrs. J. M. LUddell, M f iitos, th
mother of Mr. Walter 4ddesl. one ,0
the high school graduates, ce4n up
Sunday to hear the baeealaureate ser-
mon atthe Methodist church.

Mrs. W. D. Graham spent Satutday
with her father, Mr. Mabe Carter, of
Canter's Pond. and with the other
children and relatives of the family
assisted this veteran to celebrate his
79th birthday. Mr. Carter Is one of
the pioneer settlers of his sectleo. He
served as a gallant soldier daring the
war and since has been me 0f the
county's: most respected cities. The
Star extends conghatulatioms and
dishes our old friend many happy re-


Hitae s am alms -t.urns of May 22nd.
D.-E.Alfd E. Ow There will be no charge. 3verybodf
D). 3. dlva- Alfrd E. O is cordially invited to the pianola-
evtakT eu', piano recital t the armory theater
Rne .and N l R o e tomorrow night at $: 3
Hoarseness, bro chitis Ad-l other
All work done by licensed embalm-' throat trouble are qiwcky ear by
ers and fully guaranteed. Poley's Honey and 'ar as It oothes
--.. and heals the L..flamed throat and
bro".chlal tubes and the most Obdatat
FR E H FI S cough disap'pears" Inst p= -b-a
the genuine Foley's Honey and lar.
Sold by all druggists.
--- . WRIGHTS Wei.L. FLY
I receive daily shipments of choice WRIGHTS W IN. WASHINTON
fresh and salt water fish of the bt ashington. D. C May -One or
varieties. I handle nothing but fish .tw sht- ,y t. C. rhtay hrothr an


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SHERIFF JACKSON
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I -*-
I She;lff Bob Jackson of Tamps. kW-
K. o P. met this eenin ed a negro at Weir Park this moranig
SThe man was wanted for murdering an
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night: of er in Hillsbough ceuaty and the
sheriff was on his trall. The ema
Red Men meet Thursday evening. tried to escape this morulag at and
I Hook. near Weir Park. and the shebrlf
REXALL shot and killed him.
Circuit court resumed Its grind this; FIRST CAR OF CANTALOUPES
morning. I
o The first carload of cantaloupes to
The order is, hats off at the e"- leave the state was shipped from Ocala
mencement exercises tonight. toda-. The Palmetto Park Frams
raised, packed and shipped the ear. It
Special sale this week at Helvenston went to M. 0. Coggins Co., Pittsbur.g
& Pateur's. Pa.. and was sold on the track for
S. L344. This car was ripe and ready
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to to ship and the fruit is exceptionally
cure chills and fever. 5 cent. fine. M. 0. CoWns Co. pride them-
... selves on buying the first car of mel-
Miss Rosebud Robinson has return- ons each year and they usually come
ed from a pleasant visit to Tampa. from Ocala or mighty near this city.
-- The Palmetto Park Farms will load a
5 or I doses *W will cure any case car of cantaloupes each day this week.
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. They are all sold in advance. The
sale of this car was made through Mr.
Mr. W. H. Wilson of Tampa. was a J-. G. Lege. the commission man of this
visitor to our city yesterday. city.
Plank's Chli Tegn guaranteed to PIANOLA-PIANO ..ECITAL
cure chills ad fer. 2 eats. --
Armory Theater Tueday Evening at
Mr. C. M. Shackelford of Albany. Is A8: O'Cloek


.I Mn I.. r E LIS LIK. KISEawS at the Ocala House.


. and ta-te cs sweet. That's why Schles.
inger's and Lowneys Candles in halt
and pound boxes are do popular. Puet
confections these:; ftav delicious. Our
confectionery Is free from adultera-
tion. It Is wholesome and healthful
Every kind of confectionery here.
Fruits, Cold Drinks. Cigars and News-
rapers.


AT BALLARD'S


A I iberally Cguducded, tMedln k
Hotel. NMerm and coavenally L
Special Summer tales bsNlWy
and Lal Dbistace Tdepm, Hien


OCALA


Everett Piano


h asymnbolof muacacubwe.


q You can usually estate with reasoeu
accuracy, the intactt'i as maivw a home
by the class of boos in the libmy.

4 An EVERETT in the anc-room de-
notes musical culture itmo hlM the home.

q The greater sUn neceary n the purchase
c( an EVERETT des not comile a
larger expense accountbut is an ad&tional
invesbnet in a finMr and more valuable pro p
cty. The greater durability an EVEREfT
and the mmre perfect ad~evemen6 resulting
from its ume are the dividmds you mecave Om
the daded cse nL


Musical Instruments Sold

on Eapy Payments at
E1Am > iJ E qm*~ --


Mr. Jas. N. Brown of Tampa is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. E. W. Wiggins of Chicago is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. J. L. Williams of Jacksonville
Is at the Montesuma.
G or 1 dose n S'4 will cure any ease
of Chlls and P er. Price 25c.
Mtse Donnie Griffn, of Anthony, is
shopping In town today.
i HEXALL

Notl-,. our advertisement of special
sale lil this w'ear Hlvrn.uton &
Pastcur.

Mr,. W. D. Trur.ley of I)ade City
whI la~ been in the city for a few
day.4 returned h ime today.
Mrsi1. I). E. dwardq went up ti
Gaiin-.svlle this morning to spend a
* week with relatives.
We will show you this week th",
meaning of low prices. Helvenston &
Pasteur.
Don't fail to hear the pianola-plano
* recital at the armory theater tomorrow
night. Admission free.
R. C. Davis & Co.. 'of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms. If deslre 1


The enterprising music firm of Lud-
den & Bates. of Jacksonville, have se-
cured the services of a protesslonal
baritone singer. Mr. Max Morgenthla,
who will be featured on the program
of the Pianola-Plano recital, which
will be given at the armory Tuesday
night at 5:30 p. m.
Mr. Morgenthau has a fine baritone
voice of excellent quality and has
made successful appearances all over
the country. His numbers should be
well worth a large priae of admission,
but as Ludden & Bates desire to dem-
onstrate the wonderful Planola-Plano
and wish all citizens of Ocala present.
there will be no admission charged
Fine display cards are in evidence in
all the store windows with the picture
of the singer. The program to be giv-
en is as follows:
1. Overture. "William Tell"-Rossini
(Pianola.)
2. -Waltz. "Op. 83--Durand. (Pianola.)
!-. larlten sitlo. "'Heart of My Heart"
--Von Tilz'r (Mr. Morgenthau).
1. "Jully Jir.gle-s--Powell (Planola).


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to.


1't- P'iurl. Fatist--Gounod (Pi-
anula).
"Nobody's L.ooking but de Owl and
the Moon"--IR. Johnson (Planola).
"Panamericana"-lHerbert (Piano-
la).
Baritone solo. "Rose of My-Life"-
Fabian Rose (Mr. Morgenthau).
"fupid's Garden'-M. C. Eugene
(Pianola).
"'Wnitlig at the rhurch"-H. E.
'eth --, (Pianola).

Pl..NO AND VIOLIN RECITAL


pha.nm and violin recital will be
I A fine singer on the program at th," given by the pupils of Miss Mary Con-"
Spianola-plano recital at the armoryr.orfs music class at the armory Frl-
U. theater Tuesday night,.at 8:30 o'clock. day night. May 28th. at 8:15 o'clock.
t e Ill A.ll friends and those Interested In
a .H0no te l R. C. Davis & Co., of JacksonvUle, music are invited to attend.
j handle silk typewriter ribbons. 756.!
Johnba Deweyiech: s7.5 ver dozen. NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
ft n l [ DeWitt's Lttle Early Risers, the fa- One black s)w with tail off. marked
oIt i ?re" Imous little liver pills, small, gentle:swallow fork under and upper bit in
wiCi. O s !and sure. Sold by all druggists. 'each ear. Robert Culbreth.
erl r Tc a I -- 1 Acting City Marshal.,
5,(5. .,al 'Have you sen the new visible Fty-I
e NUim er 21. mholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co. I Mr. W. M. Dale. who has been In
general agents. I G la attending court the past week,


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Don't forget this week the great'
"broidery and white goods sale that Is
on all week at Helvenston & Pasteur's.
Mr. Henry Bevill of Bushnell and
Mr. W. L Armour of Panasoffkee are
guest of the Montezuma.
Special white goods and embroidery
sale all this week at Helvenston &
Pasteur's.
Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Linder and Mr.
W. C. Credle of Anthony were guest
of the Montezuma yesterday.
To the Ladies: A big special sale of
embroideries and white goofs. Lasts
all this week. Helvenston &l Pasteur.
REXALL
Everybody is thinking of taking In
the high school commencement this
evening. Exercises begin promptly at
8 o'clock sharp.
Mr. James Roache of Jacksonville, 1
traveling freight agent for the Cen-4
tral of Georgia railway, is In town. a
guest of the Ocala House. .


Hudnut's toilet waters, perflumes.
soaps and powders, none better or
1 more delightful, at the Court Pharm-
acy. 5-21
There will be no charge. Everybody
is cordially Invited to the pianola-
piano recital at the armory theater
tomorrow night at 8:30. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Dow Beck of Cottage
Hill eare spending the night in town.
Their mson, Gary Beck. will be one of
the graduates.
Miss Julia Patterson of Lakeland is
in the city the guest of her cousin.
Miss Maggie Lytle. who Will be one of
the graduates tonight.
W. G. Armour, a Panasoffkee pio-
neer. was a guest at the Montezuma
Sunday. as was D. H. Petteys. of Mc-
Intosh. and Henry Beville. Bushnell.
Climax MoMqito Canopies and metal
frames, best for the home. or can bh
packed like a fishing rod to carry on :
camping trip. $1.25. $1.39 and $1.9S ,at
the Globe. 5-19-dw
Mrs. C. S. Cullen and children went
to Lake Weir this afternoon for a few
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. John
Pasteur.


has returned to his home in Gaines-
ville. This Is tne first visit of any
length that Mr. Dade has made to
Ocala since he left several years ago,
and his friends here extended him a
warm welcome.
REXALL
Miss Miriam Pasteur, who has
taught so successfully in the Palatka
High School. during the past term, re-
turned to Ocala Saturday and left
this afternoon for Stanton to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur.
Miss Elsfe Fisher, who spent the
past year in Ocala with her parents.
her father being employed on the work
of the government building, will be
married at her home in Toledo, Ohio,
on June 15th. to Mr. P. F. Whaler, a
prominent young man In her home
town. Miss Fisher Is a very talented
young lady and played at the Berlin
theater while it was here and at the
Air Dome until she left for her home.
This announcement will be read with
interest by all her friends and ac-
quaintances. who wish her much hap-
piness.


REXA.LL
Mr. Arthur Hardaker came up from
Tampa this afternoon and in.all prob-
ability will return home tomorrow as-
companied by Mrs. Hardaker, who has
been 'visiting her sister. Miss Piatt,
for several weeks.
Mr. E. P. Thagard and Miss Lucy
Thagard went up to Jacksonville on
the early morning train to see Miss
'Ellen Thagard who, we are glad to
say. is doing nicely at the DeSoto
Sanitarium.
Helvenston & Pasteur's dry goods
store has been crowded all day with
ladies eager to take advantage of the
bargains offered at the embroidery
and white goods sale that commenced
this morning and will last all week.
Mr. J. W. Davis with his lovely little
.daughter and J. W. D.. Jr.. were in
town today shopping. He said crop
outlook was very promising, greatly
helped by th. splendid rains of last
week.
The Ocala Board of Trade is in re-
eeipt of a letter from J. J. Malone, of
Rounoke. Va.. who desires to get in
touch with party or parties in or near
Ocala who can assist in getting up a
.omrany to erect a plant to make tur-


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CARTOONS AND TING a and tewnso

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WEATHER FORECAST Stephea Jewett, Mr. BSesot E -
Washington. May 24.-Partly elon-
dy tonight and Tuesday. A VISIT TO OU t
SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS Owing to the crowded o ilM I
--- our cohumns we wilt 1 et a "
Those wishing extra early break- glve an extended not"ee S eo f .. n
fasts can get same at the Elk Cate as plays made by the uparboy -
e as 4:30 It they desire. t ad ith. h o ha I t M ,:
ti he ,atr& s viewed It ad It as o .
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES creditable. The Star r epolrtr was
I ave -ust received a new there and tloerow we 1 ho w
some handsome bracket fixtures and Primary Departameat Ram I w ,
Tung ton fixtures, averted or turned pupi s who have been trd --e t e -
dtown. '. W. Tuelrter or &bhet during the achd iS .-u l .h I-
Gerty Brimance, Martea Comnor.. -"1 oo *
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC Pupils who have bese nether t .aI eti t
suplin u--n p or wdasent s:ce eatersal ar g Dsob ....eft
Tickets for the union Sunday school rooks. Norman Horne. 89thtl HmNa
plcnlc on Thursdayr. 27th. will be on r Ch.rtes NCea. Hre? S
sale the day before, the 24th. at theI pupis who have bee' a t
city ticket office. Buy your tI.kets durin the school term: Eart Brts. .
that dlay and avoi.l the nsh. Marshall Carm. oer Agnew. LIA -'

The W. C. T. U. has the privilege f Pup wo have not been tarp r
supplying the union picnic crowd absent: Bessie Marshall. C3hartey a .
at South Lake Weir May 27th wit-h Marsh. Garnett Base. Beatrice BeW -
refreshments. The ladies will serve Mamie Davis. : Al
ice cream. lemonade. soda water and g wr .C .
hot coffee. COMPLIMENT TO MISM ZEMP. the a, *M r '
EXCURSION TO SOUTH LAKE Saturday afternoon M(it Cane ho t, ttl.. *hg.aBA
n T neatoa ie w don entertained delighttally at a two- ,t ,
Then boar ew pe tabe ridtge party in co l to
to South Lake Weir on Thursday. .ay ptg uet M... .e..n.. o..f.....Mr-
fare for the round trip willfbe54 so fm were ue e
cents for adults and 25 cents for child- orl r-ifa and for two hours bridge cope

tsmP ~X He lcious cakes were served *6 the l- .wS ..
-stoe t blowing who were invited to maet Miss
Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism Z-emp: Mrs. J. D. Robertson. Miss Mr. r nk rtm t u. '"'
of the muscles of the neck. It is a.- Grace Hatchell. Miss Edith McOule. ; Y eWIh. in he
ally confined to one side orto the Miss Anne Mixon and Milss 21010te g.-1.l, ew. h ..,
back of the neck and one side. While- ide, t
it is often quite painful quick Tel.etf .
may be had by applying Chamber-! MAJOR GREEN BUYS TOMATOE-S. f *. L -. #-ftI
lain's Liniment, Not one case of rbeu- > job
matism in ten requires internal tret- Major A. Greeonreturned today e. sto- or.
mosnt When then re no fever nd s from Plant City, where he has bue
swelling as In muscular and chron fr several weeks buying tomatoes
rheumatism, Cbarberlan'r LiMenttHe bought and
wbi anconprigh more than ha onter- Mwhile there h21,0 si tmbta '
nal treatment 2 that brought ood gg tom t nthr i *
HORSE STOLEN t o ceid anmal ta fsamJaore-gade t the7 Sade *he
Horse stolen Saturday might about *twill buy tomatoes nour>%. scho-o a




Is a lovely lady, whom all admire. -


CASTOR I A 'a'miy from Arcadia for afew
fir [U&Sf M4 CUkWin the Ocala High School his son. Marthd. i J -'
1 W Tm A behi g one of the class. A $1yi$
^SlDr. D. M. W money retuMre fua y -'.
I nigbt from Tallahassee, where he has Y940NS I3-*.I 9iw O&


HOUSES FOR RENT aDr. Boney Is highly pleased ovwethets: -.a w t W
Modern cottages, all convenlosa. success of his measure. --a- Wi B rT i -"..
well located and new. Apply to Joe- p far &a *Ter TtaN
00 Bell. at court house. Mr. R. L. Keating has returned tamOS b W P*Mb rD Y -'00
Cincinnati and other northern cte ,, ff I. ,o 4
w here e has been aa n ai. ..,

Conventions held every Mo- two weeks. "
day evening in Castle Hall I book
over Peyser's store. A cordild We have a 1m t agal-te sf----g -
welcome to visiting knights, ncy Iported china In anay t.
Sidney Halle, C. C. terent pieces. The Aat*-Mepasllpot d eftI
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and B. Drugstore. 6 vw n
The jury in the Clark-gay-Jon
phosphate case Saturday afternoon vD AUAWS Fw WSS,
Tulula Lodge. No. 2 iagalnst the Duttep Phosphate CO, A pond"ftes i eX b mm
SLJ A L 0. 0 P. meets ev- Gainesville, of which much eatio-m M I e, achingC: j d
in oe's Hall. Tuesday evening was made in the Star was foray tx Ma ws am. It 'f win ..
In Tonge's Hall. Visiting brothers l.-! plaintiff In the sum of 812P7. The m f ** SM or' t -" k 1 *.@ o r',
ways welcome. suit was for $10.- rental and the dw- _MU- al ow :
W. C. Blanchard. N. lt ference was the Interest. The case . ..
M. M. Little. Secretary. will be appealed.by the defense.
S.--..t---- teef trial *pe age, s e :
0^ OCALA AERIE r admur a
t1114 V.t.1 l&e, o wr, K. T.
U Meets every first and ui f YOUR .
third Wednepday event -ou lne p Us -g
ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethrwen j w mSlb wi1th
always welcome. t he sum" e-Nub1g
F. W. Ditto, President 7et
W. C. Moore, Secretary.





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WLet-h cIMIFk 6oOut AN ORIGINAL :
I1 ALOVE AFFAIR :

wsnr lot tr By LUCY MAY SAWIN.
I(CpyWikh iU. by American Prim Ano-e-
aa Nw-a .. Eben Storm for a time wotted hise
Wick N Fla arm without the aid of any woman.I
Oil Cooki-swv. ina *:J "They're dreadful onarten creature, .;
cones of the JB% be said. "Y can't eale'late Jist what:
and at 0ono de ftumly they're goln' to do. Most o' my fried.
boiling, fryig and hak- as bes gone into matrimoai bes had
ing may be l e wih y trouble from the time they tuirri'd
comfort, because the and wished they was out of It. There's
S"New Pee o" o Joe Blglow fit with bis'n and li'' a
yll the h~at u ieat and dog life, Tom Tinker dii or.a'd.;
liver the hea Inkte i 7\ Bill Andrews drer to drink. The wietn-
kettle and s asow s in don't show their real selv,> till
the room. AlUhw after the ceremony. I don't intend to,
convenience of the put myself where they kin get at ine.'"
But as his farm lands and crups a ndi
stock increased be felt the need of
women's help. He no longer had time
to do the cooking or the washing or'
milking. and be took In a housekeep,-r.
SAMf the ugliest and oldest he could tiud.
SIt was not long before he had others .
TSlune le had made a break It,. iSht
is in CABINET TOP-a feaum foad inaother oil as well elrelion hisl reslu ri ,t (
Presents the appearance of a seel range. Fine for holding him and took in several ,un(ids. oe f.
dishes-for keeping meals hot after they are cooked-for whom--Mary Baker-wa. ,quit, -.rftiv.
warming plates and for keeping towels handy. Made ia When Mary came he felt tlh:t t.h,. haid
ree sizes with or without Cabinet Top as desired. brought danger., but cousidlerd hiim--
At your deal's or write our n sen cy. self equal to "'e task of kt4-l-in_ ut1 t
of her tolls.
One winter morning something bap-!
Tk S me^t ag Spened. Mary was going out ti do h(er
dTiA M,,P1 able light for ad- milking; he. walking directly IsTwiiiul
S- tdi sa,'ewsing" or her, to feed the stock. Mary lipped
Ne bete lamp jg made for ry hoshonld Is on a bit of lce and fell right into his
per dealer's, writeour eestagency. arms. He turned her face up toward
his and kliPed her. Then he pushed
hA AM O. COt IIAM her away. Mary blushed and went <>i.
A -. It had all come about so quickly thit
be couldn't understand how hlie J:l
HOTEL D K ISA R done tuch a thing. He didn't look at
SMary all that day, and when she iskedl
HOTE BE KAR him what she should "do with 11ih
black and white cow, she kicked so."
he turned away without anisweriin ,
81 North Magnolia tree t, Telephone No. 297. her.
A few days later Mary wa.is liroiuiit
SP e 1 into the house badly injured lby a kick
Best M dical from the black and white cow. Elon
scolded her for not having taken pr ,!
cautions against such a result. ii1 !-
Table is always supplied with the best the marketaffords. mating that if she had toid him ti.(e
Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wants of the guests. cow kicked he would have milked her
Good rooms and comfortable beds. himself. Mary made no really to thb.
Perhaps she knew with wunitum's in -
Special Rates by Week or Mo tuition that he was not ldii, r. I
but himself. Perhaps she felt !,
grieved at his unjust treatment. IIe
MRS. ROBERT KAISER, PROPRIETRESS, OCATLA didn't go near her while she wa's r,
L ___rcovering.
Next a fractious bull gored Eiwn iil
came pretty near killing him. M:iry
asked him if she could do anylthin fr
W I OR TL him. He said "No" 'very sh ut
when she went away called her lit 'i
and told her she might put :t pill., '
Sander him. She did most of tithe iintrs
ing till he was out of daijr. then i
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FINIAS ceased her visits to him. lie r. ii,.,
LARGEST ad BEST EAR-UN TEl for her and asked if she wavs so in-
LARGEST ad BEST TEAR-ROUND IOI human as to let him die all al.on,
Rates $3 per Day and Upwards, Awhrka | when every one on the fan ;1-; :
busy. She made no reply to the quai- $
tlon, but asked him whnt he wanted
THOMAS M. WILSON, PropretOr He mentioned several things. :,i
she got for him, then left hiini :iuitii
I _II_ __ 1This irritated him, and he called h-'r
.back.
"Mary." he said gruffly, "what didl
"-*---*4...--:---*-*--.;; -:;*.-:4, -~40o I--oegeIIogeog- 0s. p you slip for the other day-a-purimpse'"
SMary walked out of the ron with

R DOW E'S L IT TLE BONANZA whet o othe in at ir .
He recoveed slowly and, all 'he
WW I while having nothing at anl to ,I,, ,,t
think, thought of what w: ,.; '.
S. E. ROWE, PROPRIETOR OCAiUA, FIRIDA mind-Mary. He w s,, -..
trying to mlarry hlii. ilr !, .. :-
the power to l[rti !:;. .;
ALL KINDS OF her h1'h, hle ,t ., '
f h-r \ IheiI sheI u 1 ii i.," -
Freh Meats Grocenres., Chickens. Eggs. Etc. Produce Both "Mary. 1 sul'|-<"' i "
l M os t %t lll( i'4 l i]o I !, :,'" !.
Sought and Sold. Fresh and Salt Water Fish. The Most Comrn- ,,int vn. XVi! :: .
pletd Place of Its Kind in the Country. Re-modeled and Right "No, I wont." st- h,' '
She went oti p,;: ;; !' '
Up-To-Date. First Class Restaurant in Connection. First Class he wemit iUwV':u ns" ,.!.' I
Meal, and Reasonable Board to Weekly Customers -h ,ourr,.l l .. 't ..
... ..... ._ : Y met her Pconnili, fr'lni titi 1,:1 '


S ra rIn iand M..t a I. : .1 l ;nw(I 'I l ides Boughtf Rsked.'iili ultbetr'.
-r "Of vlt'
:111(1 Sold. .y. Marri n' i* e.-*
X "You cdom't xw.11t tin' ait c
2r said.
Telephone N i. Box) N,(). 1''h--r) 0i riinIiz~ n.K
1. I)X .10 ~ ~kn(-wi as I do."
160 and 1#2 North IMagnolia Street w ;h--nmy iife' f*up. ?- h '!
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Low Rates


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ACCOUNT OF MEETING


FLORIDA ORANGE

GROWERS
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Atlantic Coast Line Ri. R.

Tickets on sale May 31, June 1st and 2nd,
With Final Limit June 6th.
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to New York Louisville, Cin innati. Chicago,
St. Louis. Atlanta and Intermediate Points.
PULLMAN DINING CAN SERViCE
Fur tickets, res-rvnti,,n or lnformatlin. cai: .in n.'ar-st Coa'st Lin" Agt.. or


Dr. Peltes


No man is stronger than his stouauh. Make yeawrkug m
fortify your system against the attacks of a lit of dishes
stomach and must be reached, if at all through the stomach. Thu
liver, biliousness, dyspepsia, impure blood and various ski atcdtios
weak stomach and consequent poor nutrition. The w nis tuie of c-rt-ai-
throat and lung affections.


Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DiM
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Strengthens the stomach, bmIsv ar ts Mte |I hffi


the blood making it rich red acfd et thmr

curing the above and kindred a -a.
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It's foolish and often
upon the afflicted as

BDea!d Dr. Preme's Medaicia,
&tan& the Invad" Hotel iaad Sur-
ica. JamtitUteo, at BuIA0o, thor-
ougaly equiped and witfft a Stff
of SAMid Specialists to treat the
more difficult cases of Cht romice
diseases whether requiring Mod-
ical or Srgi'cal skill for their
cure. Write for free
INVALIDS' GUIDE BOOML
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dangerous to experiment with new or but ftlihrtmly e d
"just as good" or better than "Golden Medical 74
- sometimes inasts that A knosm what the pre ti is
don't and it is decidedly for e i twnt s yw should kno
into your stomach and system expecting it .to ctas a cutive. o
difference of profit. Therefore, awit on having Dr. Pierce'sY Goot
cover. If not pronmpdy supplied trade lewhere. -
Send 31 one-cent stamps to pay c of maln on a free of Dr
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 10)8 paM oth-bo ddren:
World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pir ,. ., s Buffalo,
i Dr. Pierce's Pieasant Pdllet regulate and strengthen Stmch, Liver and Bowel.


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LOW RATES
via the
SEABOARD AIR aXNE
$17.65, Astieville. N C7 and return.
account National .Association T
P. A. of A.mnp'ila. Ti,.'kets on sale
,lay 2,. 2'. ani .:,,. Final limit
2') ldays fr',niu b,:t not including
(late of s:,ic.
W27.21. Loui: .11., lKv., an, return.


RELIGIOUS THOUGHT.
Gems Gleaned From the TeSahinge
of ,:'Ai Denominations.
n F:ilh i :11,i i i tie!t t guard tn our
f n'ili )1r'i li!e. faith is the be'st Ibulwark
.ae Henry 1. Ilaswus. Methodist Spokane,
:\Vash.


account annual s.:.sion Ancient Gcd the Creator.
Arabic Order. Nobles of the Mys- Tal :e th.el simplest flower that grows
tic Shrine. Ticke.s on sale June anrd iegin a series ,f qinestlons under
5. Co. 7 an(' Final limit June the dire'tii uof science as to Its origin,
17. 110.q. ai1nd tv wi; l all .so1 er or later lead
$17.65. Asheville, N. C.. anl return. IF.4.t; i, ;d.-.-frv F. W. Hinitt. Pres.
account International Convention 111t, r In. I ville. Kr.
Baraea and Philathea. Tickets on -
sale .Jmne 17 ani,l !. Final limit I Sentiment Against War.
Junp 2.-, .1:9. It Is ltteri t) raise an army of doc-
$14.25, Atlanta. C; ai' return. ac- tors an I nurses- to fight the dreaded
count Amiorican Assoceiation of *N 11my Consu11inpti,n than to spend
Opticians. Ti. ,t on sale June milliis of d,,ll:rs ,In needless prepa-
19 and 20,. in'l limit .June 25. ratio):: for rtar with a sister uatiou.-
$17.65. "Ash-.,ille. N. C.. and return. Ifer. E. (Herri-k. Baptist. Ciarlme
account Drama!ti Order Knights town, Mass.
of Khora.san. li.,nni:al minetiag. Demands of Christ.
Tickets on sale .Tuliv- S. '9, 10, and i naiids of every mau that he
11. Final lim it Julv 2';.i 1'lf'f .,. ,, .. -, ,_
1 1.6 Final limitJ y. 9 ', t. utilize ill tbo thought. every capacity.
$31.65 -- fniih'i -. ""t'!0:i.. :'i(! r-turn. ialit3' n
a.'c,,unt I:t :',. '.,t;,-,n R d ov "ipotentiality he posses" and
<'ruC l -'.1"i i ,ti :,,. Tfi k it o:(i that he put down the lower. selfish na-
.-.t',..h 1 i;. 17 '.". l. i' T :i lk;:it i ture a',, exult the divine and the noble
M,;,a '2_'. !'.,.. l .~tf 't -; within him.-Rev. M. LeRoy
$66.90 --I.-n'r. .,, ,:,.] '.turn. ac- I:'rto '. Congregationalist. New Ha-
(i'n, ;t (,.:;''i i! .\ .-.; !>y I-l',..byt r on- n, Conil. n


n : .' Acquaintance With God.
'l' k. t< -. r:. ,. 1 i. iS a ln. I ,ev',, .ition, intimacy and true
rt i frie-i,1 h:ip nter lnto the question of
$16.25-- M ,,- T ,:. r .rn, n a it'Itneship. We get acquainted
S$16.25-.in n i ith (;od just In the same way we get
S. T acquit with men. The best way
s: i-,. .*..:. I lin t "to gept elquaiuted is to live with peo-
t- I'f ~v would know God we must
Siil ; ,'i ..! V, -. in' ;- "i,.' i. live with hii: Itev. (Ch.' rles B \Vin-
.JiM ", ,,, .' I. . ,,-: :., i,. gerd, IPres .yteriani. Pittsburg.
ha]d. TIJ,I'.vI I I I p,,, ,,f f, RO. Rights of Men.
.0n c .- t .t i r i .: ti'<-;. in.raci y i: the next
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For yo, whn you need it. But the longer you neg
lect Ind tio th more yo will suffer before Kodol
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And, of course, indigestl iIf neg.
elected long enough, brings oa sert-
ous diseases In which Kodol cannot
benefit you. Some of these there
is no help for at all.
There are, in fact. very few all-
ments which cannot be traced di-
rectly to impure blood. And Im-
pure blood is always due to a dis-
ordered stomach.
Use Kodol and prevent Nervous
Dyspepsia.
Kodol will effectually assist Na-
ture to secure a complete restore.
tion of good digestion. It does
this by at once digesting all food
In the stomach and keeping it di-
gested, until the stomach is rested
and can resume Its own work. Ko-
dol removes the cause-and the
effect quickly removes Itself.
When it is recalled that Apo-
plexy, Heart Disease, Cancer-and
even Consumption-are due to
poor digestion and poisons thus
transmitted to the blood, and
throughout the system-the impor-
tance of maintaining good diges-
tion Is at once realized.


We knew what Kodol would .do
before ever the Irst bottle was
sold. If we did not know juat what
it will do, we would not guarantee
it the way we do.
It Is easy for you to prove Kodol
-the next (or the tit) time you
have an attack of Indigestion. And
you will certalaly be surprised at
the relts It Is perfectly harm.
less. I
Tlerei.aa be no harm nla trying
sonmetlig that may do you a great
deal ed good-when it costs yoes
nothing If It doesn't.
Our Guarantee
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: AN ORIGINAL Ir Pierce'sC
LOVE AFFAIR. :
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By LUCY MAY SAWIN.
[Copyright, 1909, by Amer:'-a Pre-s .1AS
ClAt.Oii.
Eben Storm for a time w-jr;tivd l
farm without the aid ,,f ani x,. .:,
"They're dre-rdul l orisar;eL er uj:
he sald -. caY'tcatcal-'at ji; :1
they're going' to do. Most o" n' fr:., i.
a, lies gone iito matrin.o,,i i ,- i. i
trouble from the time ib,-y .:-;
and wished they was out of it. 'hr,'
Joe Biglow tit with bis aii r .
eat and dog life. T,,m TiinL.or .l', .
Bill Andrews drev to drink. TLy v :ai
miln d,,to't how their re-ai -,i i;;
after the ceremony. I donr t i.,'n .
p uit myself where they kin .t .' .
But :ai his farm lauds. and ;. ,
sto-k increaeId be felt tihen isr, .f1
WViaen's help. lie no loeir lh:i:] :ime
toe do the cooking or the wi ;i hji:z i"
tiilLin,.. and jhe took in a u< .. ; .
the ugliest and oldest he ,,, ;; It was uot long before tlie i:hl r,,,rS.
Since lie had nade a Ier-;a! h,.- i.'. lit
Sas well rely on his resoli 'i i, .. I
him and took in several i:... F..' ,
whom-Mary Baker-w., ;';.i
When Mary came he feli t. t -'.
brought danger, but coiisidire a!i.:-
self equal tthe task cf kt.i. i
of her toils.
One winter morning somne-thii hrp-
pened. Mary was going out to *Ii hei-
milking; he. walking directly le:;il
her. to feed the stock. -Mars sliip1'0d
on a bit of ice and fell right into ,hik-
arms. He turned her fa.,e up ti .w:rdi
his and kissed her. Then hlie ;usihed
her away. Mary blushed and went ,on
It bad all come about so quickly that
he couldn't understand how lie hl;
done ruch a thing. He didn't look at
Mary all that day, and when she asked
him what she should "do with lhe,
black and white cow, she kicked so."
be turned away without answeriliz
her.
A few days later Mary was trou':ht
Into the house badly injured by a kick
from the black and white cow. Elben
scolded her for not having taken pre-
cautions against such .t result, inti-
mating that if she had told hiiii tihe
cow kicked he would have milked her
himself. Mary made no reply to this.
Perhaps she knew with wonian's in-
tuition that he was not scolding her.
but himself. Perhaps she felt a-
grieved at his unjust treatment., ie
didn't go near her while she was re-
covering.
Next a fractious bull gored Eben a i1d
came pretty near killing him. Mary
asked him if she could do anything for
him. He said "No" very shortly, but
when she went away called her tiek
and told her she might put a pillow
under him. She did most of the nurs-
ing till he was out of danger, then
ceased her visits to him. lie called
for her and asked if she was so in-
human as to let him die all alone
Kiiio t MV " -k f v -


SMwU r Ani every one on the arm wai
busy. She ma de no reply to the ques-,
tion. but asked him what he wanted.
ILSON, Propr r e mentioned several things,. which
Sahe got for him, then left him again.
This Irritated him, and he called her
back.
"Mary," he said gruffly. "what did
...... -0... .....0.....P.. e..: you slp for the other day-a-purpose?"
Mary walked out of the room with
her nose In the air.
He recovered slowly and, all the
LITTLE BONANZA .. __.t ,, o
I T T L ENANZ while having nothing at all to do but
think, thought of what was on his
TOR CA FMFMBA mind-Mary. He was sure she was
trying to marry him, but be was losing
the power to protect himself against
ALL KINDSOF her. When he got well he went to
ber when she was churning and said:
Chickens, Eggs, Etc. Produce Both "Mary, I suppose you want a homo.
Most women do. I don't want to dis-
h and Salt Water Fish. The Moeat Co-n appoint you. Will you marry me?"
in the Country. Re-modeled and Right "No, I won't," she said angrily.
Bhe went on pounding the churn, and
Restaurant in Connection. First Class be went away astonished.
table Board to W eekly Custe ers Nothing occurred in this peculiar
courtship for several days, when he
mat her coming from the barn.
"* ev you thought better of It?" he
etals, Also Green Hides Bought asked.
"Of what?"
and Sold. rys me."
d "Y enu doMa t want to git married." she
S"Waal" ho repuled muasingly, "' don't
P. O. Box No. 652 know an I 4-"
02 If KN, S d iThis made Mary furious. "I'm goin'
Nr -- M "i Sid when my mouth's up." she said.


S. Eben's theory that Mary had been try-


tog to marry him. Bet be didn't give
Low ates to Tampa t up entirely till he learned from a
Low K tes to Tampa gl ort farmer that she had asked
m__ _ . him If he wanted help. Nevertheless
he was psled. He thought that If he
could do something to convince Mary
ACCOU NT OF M EE T ING that he loved her she would yield. He
finally hit on a plan.
TFOe WeeklyEagOle came out Satur-
I. *O RI 1)aA ORANGE day mog. One Saturday afternoon
FLORIDA ORANGE dred for a half holiday.
1" O W started to p out ashe saw all the occu-
pants of the farm gathered about her
employer shiklag him enthuliastically
WV!A by the hand. Several were reading
the Eale over the holder's shoulders.
"La' saks" ave w"ned Mary. "what's

Atlan c Coas t L rtnt had occurred to her
singular lover that might affect her in-
Tleke l m Bal e MWy &, i en tammt ti him. All rubed to her. bold-
Ing out the paper and pointing to an
Wit MMmi [M JU e i ., Item oIn It She read:
SOur fitew eittZen Eben Stormn permits
P .l.- W~St S eepiag Cars to New York. LeAweviwN Cie Isml CMga us to am e n s enagement to Mary
St. Lemie, AlMiA am d ia4nd wbt e .Pet& BKrw. T@ reamOTve from our bachelors
Oh beait catfh In the county. We con-
PULLMAN DINING CAN SERVICE gtuathim o h I approaching nulp-
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L al RATES RELIGIOUS THOUGHT.
via tihe ____"
i SEABOARD AI NE iGems Gleaned From the Teachinge
$!17.63, Ashe'.ille. N C., and return., of A!I Denominamians.
account National A.psoniation T i F:lil' i 1e ii!ghtitest guard to our
P. A. of America. Tickets cn sale nltinai life; faith is the best bulwark
M 1ay fS. 2" antd .,. Final limit 1and defense of e nmimerce.-Rev Dr.
30 dayte romf ibut not including ieury 1. Rasmus. Methodist, Spokane.
date of !ai e.
$27.25, Louk.iille, Ky., and return. Wash
account annual se:-,sion Ancient God the Creator.
Arabic Order. Nobles of the Mys- Tai:e the simplest flower that grows
tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June *snd begin a series of questions under
5. 6. 7 an,"' Final limit June the dire-.tion of science as to Its origin.
17. 1909. aind they will all sooner or later lead
$17.65. Asheville, N. C.. and return. back ,to Gd.-Rev. F. W. Hinit. Pres.
account International Convention tveran. anville. Ky..
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on l le. Ky..
sale June 17 and IS. Final limit Sentiment Against War.
SJune 25, 1909. It Is better to raise an army of doe-
$14.25, Atlanta. Ga.. an,' return, ac- tors and nurses to fight the dreaded
count American Association of enemy consumption than to spend
Opticians. Tickets on sale June millions of dollars in needless prepa-
19 and 20. Fin limit June 25 ratio:.s for war with a sister nation.-
1909. IPer' E. C. Herrick. Baptist Charle-
$17.65. Asheville. N. C.. and return,
account Dramatic Order Knights town, Mass.
of Khorassan. biennial meeting. Demands of Christ.
Tickets on sale July S. 9. 10., and Jesui d.?ands of every man that he
11. Final limit July 26. 1909. utilize all the thought. every capacity.
$31.65-N1emphis, "a'nn.. and return.evr potentiality he possesses and
account Interstate Cotton Seed ery potentiality e po es and
Crushers' Association. Tickets on that he put down the lower. selfish na-
sale May 16. 17 an.i 1. Final limit ture and exalt the divine and the noble
May 22. 1909. that, is within him.-Rev. M. LeRoy
$65.90--Denv(r. C,.1o.. and return, ac- Burton, Congregationalist, New Ha-
count General Assembly Presbyter- ren. Conn.
ian church of I'. s. of America. Acquaintance With God.
Tickets n .o l hMay 1. 1 an Recognition. intimacy and true
19. Final limit to reach original eco tion. Intimacy and true
starting point netbohr 31. friendship enter into the question of
$16.25-Memphis. Tenn.. and return.. ncquaiatanceship. We get acquainted
account .Annal Runi,,n Unitud| with God just in the same way we get
(cfl,'l nIt i, iran.-. Ticket onl acquainted with men. The best way
sal1 1un,.-,. ti ani 7. ';n:l limit -to get acquainted Is to live with peo-
Juno 4 but byv i-po-iti-g tickets ple. If we would know God we must
with s ieia! ant M'-milhis between live with him.-Rev. Charles B. Win-
Ju.ie and l it. extn.ion may be gerd, Presbyterian, Pittsburg.
had to July 1. ,n 'payment of fee of Rights of Moen
50 cents. Our American democracy la the next
$20.80--Nashvlle. Tenn.. and return, century or two is going to realize the
account Annual So-ssion Sundayote d
School Congress and Young Peo- rights of men to be s Industrially
pl.s Chautauqua. Tickets on sale free and equal, as they are rellgiouly i
June 7, 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days and politically free and equal. I be-
from but not including date of sale. Hleve this Is the purpose of God. and
$15.25-Tuscaloosa. Ala.. and rettirn, men can no more prevent It than they
account summer school for teachers can drive back the tide.-Rev. J. H.
University of Alabama. Tickets on Melish, Episcopalian. Brooklyn.
sale June R. 9. 12. 14, 19. 21, 28, July Harmful Effet of Societies.
3rd and th. Final limit 15 days When any man allows ay human
from date of sale. bLl.y deposit- allows any human ]
ing tickets with s.hcial agent society to take the place of the church
Tuscaloosa not later than 15 dyvs of God in life that society has become
from date of sale. extension may be to him a positive evil, and be ought at
had to September 20. on payment of once to recognize It as a sare of the
fee of $1. devil. These societies do good In their
$20.80--Nashville, Tenn.. and return. way. but in comparison with the
account Peabody College summer church of God they are as a rushlight
school for tPachers and Vanderbilt to a star of the first magnitude. as a
Biblical Institute. Tickets on sale firefly to the sun In all his glory and
June 6. 7. 8, 14. 15. 16. 2S. 29 and 30. plendor.-Rev. Curtis L. ws. Bap-
Final limit 15 days from date of sale, st, Brooklyn.
but by depositing tickets with spec-
Ial agent Nashville not later then 15 Faith and Hope.
days from dat- of sale. extension A man without faith must either de-
may be had to September 30. on crease his hope or he must acquire
payment of fee of $1. faith, for the two are neesmary to
For full information and sleeper each other. The more hope a man has
Reservations call on any agent Sea- that certalu things are coming to pan
board or write to S. C. Boylston the more faith h romust havethat they
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. Jacksonville, will ome to pass If a man hopes te
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T. live agaiu he must have the faith that
.. OcalaFla.he will live again. And what is there
S.-- In life for the peron who ba no ope
P IM P L E for anything beyond this world?-Rev
John A. Rice. MetLodist. New Or
PIM PLES e The Church's Mission.
"iri e all inde of blood remed4es whifh fallte Love works no ill to any man, we
S dme any good hit I a-fou ima n or child and has given to us ever
bead. Aft-r tskig.er.L!a tery allIt. Im Institutiou that seeks to promote tth
temBto my frieels. I feel Ineiwhen I rx. n tbhe peace of the people, to protect the Ia
1o0nine. Hope to have a chance to recommea
caMornl. Hope to ac to cmme nocent and to defend the helplesm. Thi r
Camearetd."
Fred c. Witen, 76 E;m St.. Newrk.r. NT.5 mi.sion of the church Is to bles and

h ow els stroy, to brighten lives and not te
he i owes blacken them. It sweetens all the relay
tons of life and strengthen every in
dividual in his purpose to do and he
w C CATmarac good.-Rev. J. A. Henry. Baptist Los
Angeles. Cal
Greatness of Love.
Love Is greater than the wisom of
Ieinae.Paleble. ?Ponte. o .mtned nOoo. Kig Solomon. Love Is greater thah
IE.st eksenr. Wkn Srgrenrtr.. ll e..Nef the prophetic eye which etn look
Bugmanteel tocure or aour ni..,y Lack. throi--i the black curtain which sep
teraiog Remedy Co., Chicago or r.y. 5 arates the present and the events that
AIIUALSALE. TEN MIlWON BOXIES will happen millions of years hence
-"" -- - -- Love is greater than the strength of
Sthe everlasting bills. Love is greater
F L Y SI L than the blgbest triumph of art. fo
U 11 8 I we bate sot love, ao matter ow
ereat our intellectulity mar be. we


For yo% whn youmsd iLBt. 3t he agwy
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No man is stronger than his stomach. Make your stomach strong and you thereby
fortify your system against the attacks of a long list of diseases which originate in the
stomach and must be reached, if at all through the stomach. Thus torpid, or lazy
liver, biliousness, dyspepsia, impure blood and various skin affections originate in
weak stomach and consequent poor nutrition. The same is true of certain bronchial,
throat and lung affections.


Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery

Strengthens the stomach, Invulgorates the liver, pesfflea

the blood mnakinl it rich, red and vItWWil1 g and thereby

curing the above and kindred affections. -

It's foolish qnd often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested medicines-sometimes qrged
upon the afflicted as jt as good" or better than "Golden Medical Discovery." The dishonest dealer
-sometimes insist that he knows what the proffered substitute is made of, but
Behind Dr. Pierce's Mea ines on t and it is decidedly for your interest that yo should know what hh rare tking
uarst hne sr- into your stomach and system expecting it to act as a curative. To im its oma
oufly qt2pp.a nd with a staff difference of profit. Therefore, insist on having Dr. Pierce's Golden MedicalJU
orf Skilled S, :T reattb cover. If not promptly supplied trade elsewhere.
mnore diffYcut r.2se-,' c, C p;;rtoterc
dsoscs ivM-c- rdc s, Me. Send 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing quly on a free copyof Dr.
ial or rcal s. r their Pice' Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, cloth-bound. -Adresm
WoALDS TDE Brld's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. R., Pres., Buffalo, N.Y
lBDr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach, Liver and BQw*,


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