Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 25, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03176
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
lccn - sn 84027621
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Will do the Work Which Will Turn
the Florida Everglades Into a
Mine of Wealth
Denver, May 25.-Colorado capital
has taken hold of the water covered
Everglades of Florida and will try to
convert thie swamp land into farming
State Senator Drake of Fort Collins,
has typified the faith of the West in
things that look logical by pouring a
'large part of his wealth into the
scheme to create land in a region
whose climate Is such that land would
be of immense value. If the scheme
should fall he would lose thousands:
If It succeeds he will make certainly
hundreds of thousands. He has taken
what he considers a safe chance, and
other moneyed men of Fort Collins
and of Colorado have done likewise.
Senator Drake has bought eight eec-
tions of the Everglade swamp. F. C.
Avery. president of the First National
Bank of Fort Collins, and George P.
Avery. his brother, each have invested
In 40 acres of water which will be-
come land when the great canals now
proJected have been completed; C. R.
Welch, one of the wealthiest citizens
of northern Colorado, has also bought
a large tract of the "land of the fu-
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Kelrcnsion & Pasleurs

Beginning Today, May 24th
and Ending Saturday 29th

New and Choice Designs and Great-
est Values we Have Ever Shown


Four Daring Bandits Stop and Rob
the Overland Limited Almeost in
the Suburbs of Omaha
Omaha. Neb.. May 25.-Four masked
bandits held up and robbed Union Pa-
cifis train No. t, known as the Over-
land Limited, live miles west of the
city Just before midnight and secured
a number of registered: mail pouches.
The exact nunmbe9 of racks is not
known, but they are believed to have
contained a large amount of money.
The clerks were forced to open the
door and hand out a number of pouch-
's of registered mall.
The passengers were not molested
and as soon as the robbers had de-
parted the train proceeded to this city
A big squad of police hurried to th,
scene and quickly started in pursuit
ot the bandits. -
Win. Upchurch, of Glen Oak, Okta..
wa.s an exile from home Mountain
air. he thought, would cure a frightful
.ung racking cough tnat had defied all
remedies for two years. After six
months he returned death dodging his
steps. "Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery." he writes.
"and after taking six bottles I am s
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In order to get the money quickly well as ver .- it aveq t"nusu
for thepurpose of drainingthelower qlk 11 0 A yearly from desperate lung diseases.
dor f the ppoeo ainia the lter o IV 11111111 A I Infallible for coughs and colds. It dis-
end of the peninsula, the state of pels hoarseness and sore throat.
Florida decided to sell the swamp. OV R90 0W Cures grip. bronchitis, hemorrhages,
land of the Everglades at $5 an acre. asthma, eroup. whooping cough. S6c
But the East, displaying hesitancy. M ORE AS FLLW S and $1, trial bottles free. guaranteed
was too slow about subscribing the EMBROIDERIES AS FOLLOWS: b. all druggists.
capital and the echoes of the plan
were heard in the far West. UNCLE SAM S AFTER THEM
Colorado men. accustomed to facing Lot No. 1 At 4 3-4 .-ents-.. ---Worth 7 to 8 (nts SAM AFTE THEM
the apparently impossible in the line ) 44. 9 Washington. May 25.-Stirred aeft
of reclamation of idle land. were In- ""-810.has not been for many years, over the
stantly caught by the scheme, and for 3 1 .. 10 1 3 hold-up of a mail train on the Union
them its difficulties had no terror. Pacific near Omaha. the postotflfice de-
Senator Drake recently returned 4 4 10 14 15 apartment has taken vigorous steps to
from a trip of personal investigation 4 capture the robbers who held up the
of the enterprise. He pased through 121-2 .. 1 i 18 train. So far the local authorities.
Denver on his way to Fort Collins. 6 1 520 22 who have been doing everything poe-
where he displayed to his friends a sible to locate the men. have been un-
glass Jar full of the soil that he had 7 25 7 able to get a tangible clue. Postoffe
fished up from the waters at whose 20 1 lnspe b tors are on the scene, however,
bottom he declares there lies the land 30 32 and the government will do everything
that is to be. In his graphic way he 3 eme o th i
tells how the thing had impressed him: 9 22 12356 b 371 to make an example of the culprits.
"In the middle of the lower end of & L. 610 2 38 .40 '. A LIVING SKELETON
Florida." he said "there is a lake. 1 0 40 I ELETON

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that we stroew over the large table ___ ___ Rip had the ken of pnopnecy, ne let
Sreat eviaced the ele- -- -- Phil in on the ground floor as to the
ml that mae *p perfestlo. Ralph O future of his classmates and this is
M -ks waas Ml bg a- ad N, wbhle % 1 e w RO about the way he sized It up: Walter
tn KaIght made N, Cor sila Glover Lf a yo .g M sad galp down what- Liddell was to go to college, bag all
a. Th~b IM a o dshmed up well in over fd or sodiclne may be offered you the honors, return to 'Santos and 11-
ts = 4 I betaeay and Or. do you wat to know something of the lume that. section with electrical
hy .es The fly a shown by Herbert osmpreltion and character of that which sparks until the darkies became
Ms uder .-a toresOpe o deserved you take lta your stomah o wh wth wantedd." Miss Lytle went to college
a vetL ht l avia Dewey. grand-* ed or mdleteo? and graduated with highest honors.
g gItM W. Oa W. OgM displayed Me0p I stela et ad smsible peo became famous as a poet, founded a
week. The' dme-wing la botany moW-sdays isist oa knowlg what they seminary at Stanton. and later was a
W maskeL m deae Tesage to employ whether as food or as medicine. distinguished professor at Belmont
and M w marah Davis were Dr.. Ple.e behve they have a perfect College,. Nashville. Tenn. Marion Pe-
.r The latter was deemed the rihMttoeiaoasach.mowledge. Bo lot took graduating honors at the
tM .- efAb -ta s les Brown's O saNt d each bole University of Pennsylvania, to return
e-m-- g -a mared m and ,mm ageare mad01 ofto teach In his old home at Santos
Taste nl the same subject Thh and his familiar figure is seen fre-
SMab&l ba had tw* h-dUaa l quently on the streets of the ,Brick
9-b --- pl a les --t M City. Gary Beck did himself proud
Sn g. Ma a d aU at the Washington-Lee University.
WImi.j MMetryk v' adopted engineering and become a
a- ; 1-Tm r Burford. amtprominent figure on the Florida canal
&. M algebe, -- ---, l tgo-a m and later at the head of the English
0;- .r amoad aInock9L. f. -at sada e- pan-continental railroad. Miss Luclle
SThe graf tw o sreat wavor A -. "ea -d Moore. an honor graduate of Randolf
great.ache, eogglag-4m pain or dlistree
ie ai a" wm a card to -S2 aS egin So-. & Macon College. Virginia. became fa-
ll visr and rae l pplk in oe.trt 1 of5misl wi a deMlltat ig, mount as a poet musician and com-
Thf a grede was taught by eltei.d..Wa *a adindr yp poser, her fame spreading over the
O t1 0l8. of. wh._ .Dr. ,Plades FIvorited land. Robert Anderson made a pre-
t f i g 0OA Drdawb 0 a t- is ags iemeet Emeay nomenal record as an attorney in
t.-1A m ate- r Oma grL 'It e effective Inoarg panfl Louisville. Ky., taking up politics as
es sioaMy a lrad, as was the chi d ee la i g strength to anal a side line and landed in the United
"'eft mher shvbier by Olvia Tof.- aoh E inreparing the System 6 States senate in 1925. Adele Bittinger
tftgL The head by Lib Dam worn ~aIe ohl.' birtb just went on studying and speculat-
", tu j ..emag .& The Favoite i Ing. Phil rounded out at Brown Uni-
bpooi.s oil 9P must p so strethen g versity. Rhode Island, became famous
--A-a t'M atMtS t t the B a--, system ndo te the as an electrician, startled Moss Bluff
Amang the maom~~ble paper the gns Ae Uy feWlntae ikel pai lar, with his spark stunts, and told in
M A fmib'S markd It is ala s a voting and InvlgoraVUng Phil s dry, quaint way. raised a gust
S La and W. Camp e"n s and ues ou of applause. *
S. Miss Lucile Moore created great di-
T'aima si nI ya" symptoms g. vertisement by her paper on the class
1ndeMr M ls M a" apa. f.aetional sad aorgane dim- will, which told of the funny streaks Ws _.m..anad graded way s .o..f ed Y t that pierced the hearts of the class in
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3'i t L d egse sl and teaehigof t strike and ceaention. History teaches ai
V S_ L Wr. k n. W r a aOd hit able that no infeter iorace can ever expect It
O-WN,- dea. We are f tisf&ed to become the equals of a superior I
ere is me. sch o ol I the state where .
s n thotsMgl and efficient work i raee In social relations; that mind
.... must ever rule over matter, which is
S -- Illustrated with the negro right here at d<
A liWUT -d .. "'" g XTHR CLO N kRCICS home. He contended that the tenth di
amendment to our constitution should Im
S" A U. lme MMa r .. ..... be respected, that article which gives g,
last alsWese&grandght success. The states the power to regulate their edu- b
Souewas ack. nluing thes" national and social affairs; that the Rs
-P. Or u- tlbole. thechurcha o he general government has no hand Itr
-a The windows were used the matter. Mr. Beck certainly did 01
The 0hel C ak made their oa vantage fmr which tose himself credit In the presentation of B'
l w k ibt Meaymar. The stage was prettily de- his subject, one he had carefully read f
m toU a" they were all ay oratedn with t M tto of the cla.s, over and noted its silent points, and ti
fa" -me appreciate part Cold aschbool Ianitials. vines and class colors which were presented with a clearness
W`h4. PiNts 04 ft1a. were aM- Streamwers, lines and ferns extended that was refreshing for's young grad- a
oum Ma b t aolbb. The work of acre the rostrum and over the organ at .
the iptMy I it M pwrtlu- loft and choir railing, and set with Mr. Beck's oration was followed by P
y bheati beMaMin of the for- human faces, made a picture to co music by the splendid chorus choir t
mUve piet~ o the hi Es mItd and mad attention, Kotten up for the occasion. p
W -eat and at bestlftily Premptly at 8 o'clock Mr. R. A. Those singing in the- chorus were 0
a eby eir rwe tk i thim 1rt Burford. master of ceremonies, called Misses Ethel Crosby. Helen Brown. t.
e at par 10t t under the assembly to order and the pro Irma Blake. Hope Robinson, Jean f
.o nI Moasm a w e te gram, several tiUmes.published in the Teague. Alice Polly. Ellen Clarkson. a
-sosm of the year were maICkd o0t Star. was carried out to the letter. Ann& McDowel Margaret Anderson;I
w"thli 0 0 and SW and a HI- br two and a half bousthe audience Mabel Beck. Messrs. Carl and Earl t
swathe vhllae a the modeling brde sat and listened with the closest at- Lytle, William Crom. Robert Fergu- b
Sa aa d the adY tenti. as did the hundred or more son, Herbert and George Martin. Cur- s
-es uf the laowt a e historic by who stood through it all, devoted Sol- tis Crom. Paul Weathers and Leslie p
sagI-WePow M. Their drawlim a diners to the cause of education, and Andlo. M artin, former hGates hoo
% were ewodrftl, comiderlg their at the close Mr. Burford commended gauae .asitedwih hig s .chool
nr yew .them for their patience, endurance dates assisted with the snin.
Am you Sok at the work is tie ad- and appreciation. Mrs. Donald E. Mclver played the ac- tf
wase i prmry elfm, preem"4 ove" Dr. W. H. Dodge. D. D.. invoked the companiments and is to be congratu-
M aWWa OY 30 dlft4ve the divine blessing, followed by a piano lated on drilling the chorus so uccess-
prImudi ofe t nhe l, you me a soo by Miss Angle Laurle Perry, w hc fully. . .. .,
mim wemRoe g bet sad a pro- eecud Godard's second "Marka" Robert I. Anderson Jr., then pro- li
M that reaMy eotieable. Here with pleasing skill and harmony. nounced a masterly and finished ora- a
thir. wk bseoos de r interetin Walter Liddell, of antos. was the tion on the subject, "The Puritan and h
ifm the dium ea the board rep- rt speaker, and took for his subject the Cavalier." Their career in Eng- I
lMn theim -i 0-ig -h Bulder of the ConsUtutton... land and America was noted; their t
the p-de f ts h ea hth tr a~l th e referred to the work of our fore- temperaments analyzed: their dispo- s
h1 9 the year. eWe you ae e x- fathers and their labors in forming sitions set forth, that has made their c
ap i the pr0es the pils the confederation of states 133 years periods the study of the sociologist and
make a thei rawlg models, etc.. ago. He spoke of the difficutles n historian and because of the foot-
i MRe oNa.treta. tithe way, almost unsurmountable; ef prints they have left for all time in h
rders ns a embrWetwdt the small states reconciled by tethe Institutions of America, which t
of cobw lahes o nM l w larger states. -efeed to hn they founded, shaped and governed u
S the bh.are giea after the clo of the war, in the for- have become in the annals of the f
they esmbe m their sIate tta- a of the co ntuation that made ~ country the most famous people on s
s*nao m o p re Tee t u a nat, Here i-where oar f earth. He told of the "Gay Cavalier.
besa i d thfuhtaneOeat -battle for who courted the pleasures of life, yet A
bom, d4rawIings In'nJ ftsomal gts httin the battle for liberty he was the i
a'als. TZ ^ q a flthat work, I the frm found-. bravest of the brave and showed that
Tm proceed p stais ae d So Into tion of the great nation we have be- he was born o command. Of the l-
MIs Mame Ta s reom, where you oe. He asmed the leaders the "Puritan." his rugged yet somber vir-
d -p1y ave lb i sri- a t the tle royal'for human rights and tures were not overlooked, who labor-
preree bade. par'1 with the- privle e John Adams, Patrick en- ed, delved, thought and wrought as he
rals @111.esame wor is doi.n ry and Gerg ClInton, and that their prayed. Time has assimilated the vir-
a years or, until May tues f both and their peculiar traits
S a ra ym 4 at n a w ST. 1we thea constitution iwas of character have disappeared. The
yea .iat ItL The a$ must be ratified. At Philadelphia. Randolph Influence.they exerted in the found- t
said at the work that claims the eye was not forgotten, and Washington tlon of thia government still remain- s
S d gows to interest as you examine though.. bef In oratory, was the peer ed as a herl Ke and our greatness is
the mr advanced class In Misam Pn- of the greatest In leading sanely and a part of their heroic and patriotic
ala Clark's eooms tr rea the safely that notable body ,of statesmen deeds. In Lincoln was blended all of
-itC- -- -o meoNt t1 utalr yo.r to a sound conclusion, in which Ben- their heroism and virtues and their ]
vMOg i o attracted by seres of lJap ja mn- af kinkln received nhi just faults forgotten. Such men cannot
wmm lasnter o i all sls d O l. mee of praise. His services In se- be forgotten. They are remembere1
hWia1 hew the. mand m d 4 curing France for an ally can never be Inaevery institution of the land. Their
Wehe al16m Wf plcre5l-o1 forgotten, neither his windom in coun- glory, their fame is the service they t
After yOW V* I might Well of the seL The "father of the constitution" gave the world. In a word we honor
t eaw' admired it,-was placed on that pedestal of fame the Puritan for his self-denial and
"b~ O '-r d that h wisdom, pen and voice made love of God. The cavalier for his
lssgagag r ha f zfci all theo a L N Alexander Hamln- courage and -ability to command. i
i.e'e of bd -Mit M' id oemittedt -' '-Johii DIcklion and long as we love truth and duty we
-- w iw t -hP1-"1i-N i0 John Wilhsom, all aid n this great shallnever forget them. In our way
h- a- t *h..c2ie of a.*- '6 then oe, on the on. tof thinking, without disparagement to
taby havp t the be Oflr of dert -rowt- and development of the the rest of the class, Mr. Anderson
b pble ehol W of the d 'tountry -u now. 'and closed ho. carried off the honors in a brilliant
sar the wry crud. e $5 well conceive, well written and w conception of his subject and the
thie. spoken oration In a fervor of patrioc strong and beautiful language employ-
We had thought of 0g Inato in* thrill as he waved the glories of thed in portraying it
OIYMal midtm of 'wrak but what Star Spangled Banner over all. Marion Pelot declaimed Phillips'
*w aoteS we made fell by the way- G (ry Bek of Pellowship. ,poke "Napoleon" splendidly, and as an elo-
A V Wl s dolegs this gea0l notMe wisely of the situation of the "Japan- cutionist carried off the palm. His
1 s g there b I o i 0aoi In. the e In Californis." He outlined the presencewas good and graceful, self-
sate that letter teachers than situation by referring to the natural possesed, his intonation clear and his
1 itt9 te terUMst of disposition of na to roam for pas- voice resonant, that denotes the born
Se the pIbry depart- tuares -new and seek better and wider orator.
S bh 'ehooL The oppo-tuntles In life and when his la- After Mr. Pelot's declamation. Mr.
ewes that ado the wlow i of -br w e a means of advancing his George MacKay rendered a very beau-
the VeMl are thingThe ty WaW-O trial .inea -- hes ts Janga- s tiful violin solo. Schwablsches's Vol-
a m ft awe theb chAges a eIr ea d Iwa c.allfornia. and -It was .ed..
-f-inA a- --b- . .. ir.ltl lueressth- numbers that Adele was the class h.istor.
huage that l aiBu4Udi n lattn s bue bd f.e cflteuom ofatere.ts and wrote It up along historical
) ithnr rs. w h for -they detr'd a. fB fellowship lines. She spoke clearly, her vai
Te" frem -*-- .......-.." manangeatm of the g .ernment carried and pleased the audIence. We
We vm te Fh Uisld lt and the bene5 of the eools. He will publish her manuscript, which
534 Ad M"1 with plt.h5 i enumerated the class who seek a new bad the honor to pass the reviewing
Sd b g ti well p d country. Pro.essonal students. Men committee without any corrections or
pap-s wv ashewe the splendid capltaL. Those that have unskilled re-writing, a distinction that is alone
week Sy tie ahooiL We landed In the labor to prosper a new country. Cal- hO-S.
th rde dllag and theN found ooreal presented an Inviting feld to Miss Maggle Lytle as class poet did
dMw that weld street the atten- the Japs. At home men received 3 splendIdly and hert points were in the
.M.- ade MIs cents a day: women 1 cents a day merriest key. The petite lady was the
lNg-e aIeWr peslded. The draw- Here they received four or five times embodiment of grace an won great
ga Robert Clarkso Cecil Geer, more. Do you wonder at the Influx? applause. We shall print her poem.
S-A. 5 Ge o ga MaKay and May At present there are 22 0 0 Idle men Phil Robinson, president of his class
"Iha were Sdky ood ad note. in one district in the Golden state. and a genuine favorite with all, told
wrthy. Ase paed along we ob- The Internatolnal law is violated by his class prophecy in a way that mon
aped the wek f Mla d Ava Lee i- med who ake a business ft smug- the admiration of the audience. Phil
wMag thedt dauter of Mr. and gln 'these Orientals Into the coun.- got his Inspiration from a dream he
Na-s- L. -dwards, to aritlmetle, try, and California only wants t iaw had last summer in the Adirondacks
uMd R imal t Ipefect regulatta tiht class of emlgrant re- and falling onto spirit rapplngs he got
"'T aiy m dSS t esubjets pet. Tis is what is causing such in touch with Rip Van Winkle and as


audience aid Jhey crave.4 for mere ofi
L The prOfessor made a decided hit!
a Ocala. if he did speak from notes,!
ut these were well considered and dl-
Prof. J. H. Brinson. as superinten-,
ent of county schools. presented the
iplomas and in the few remarks,
lade reminded the graduates of the!
ood social time showered upon them
y their Ocala friends during the past
several weeks and the local papers!
*ere full of it. and that reminded himI
f the cut in the Times-Union of the
weet girl graduate, where mother.
either and brother were prostrating
themselves before her. showing the
raduate held the boards and the big:
audience her,- attended thn interest we
il had in them. He then gave Ocala
people a gentle dig by reminding them
hat al! through the class history andi
rophecy ran the thought and purpose:
f going off to be educated, but re-!
urning to find all the good places
lied by Florida educated men and!
women. He said he could not under-';
tand why. wht-n Florida had educa-;
lonal institutions the equal of their
est in the land. our people should'
end their children away. It Is that!
aren't's can say. "My boy. or girl, has i
een away to he educated.-
Following came the presentation of
he gold medal to Robert Anderson.
he winner of same, by Attorney L. W.
Duval. in a very no-at anld appropriate
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aid he looked urp-i his mi.i-on'at the
lte, hour as an ,fti ii,! tormenter of
udiences. His PILat., toid him that
history r-.corils this this custom of
presenting m n,-da ls.rose in the day of
hat Iphilosophe-r wh+-n he. Plato, pre-
ent,-d hi w.ll bh. lov-d disciple. So-
rates. with a me4':l. on which was
engraved the words "know thyself."
Now for this history he was loaded,
but in years past having sat where
he audience sat, also where the grad-1
rates sat, he knew their thoughts and
eefings and would forbear. Grateful'
miles on thi, faes of the audience re-
rarded th, speaker. '.ho said to Mr.
Anderson, "Your work in the school
s an t.arn-st ,of your future."
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H. B. CLARKSON, Geanetil

Robert Anderson ........ 96..3-90 PIANOLA-PIANO ..ECITAL
Helen Brown .............94.307-100
,Mabel Beck ............. 96.683-1008, Armory Theater Tuesday Evening at
Mr. Anderson .won the gold medal 8:30 O'Cleek
is a graduate, while Miss BPeck and; The enterprising music Arm of Ad-
biss Brown rec'iv'd honorable men- den & Bates. of Jacksonville, bbve se-
ion for their superior scholarship and cured the services of a professional
standing in the llth grade. baritone singer. Mr. Max Morgenthasn,
The singing of the <(horus "Forth iwho will be featured on the program
We Go." followed, Rev. Barnett spoke! of the Pianola-Piano recltal, which
he benediction and all was over exl, is to be given at the armory this ev-
'ept the eagerness of the crowd to ening at 8:30.
stampede for the rostrum and off'-r Mr. Morgenthau has a fine baritone
'ongratulatinms and best wishes, not I voice of excellent quality and has
only to the graduates, but to the made successful appearances all over
teachers for the splendid work done1 the country. His numbers should be
'or the children. of Ocala. It was a well worth a large price of admission.
regular love feast and the social and but as Ludden & Bates desire to dem-
delightful amenithis of the hour made onstrate the wonderful Ptanola-Plano
t ivay past 11 o'clock ere they dis- and wish all citizens of Ocala present,
versed. there will be no admission charged.
Evi'rybody'wa.s happy.and everybody Vine display cards are In evidence In
said too much praise and comrponda- all the store windows with the picture
tion could not he given the teachers of the singer. The program to be gov-
who had made the Ocala school what en is as follows:
it is. A day to be remembered. 1 Overture. "William Tell"-Rossint
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Enter- (Pianola.)
tainted the Graduates at Supper ". Waltz. "Op. 83"-Durand. (Planola.)
After the graduating exe-cises, the 3. Baritone solo, "Heart of My Heart"
class, their teacrlers. Prir ,pal J. H. -Von Tilzer (Mr. Morgenthau).
Workman. Miss Sarah M'Crecry and 4. "Jolly Jingles"-Powell (Pianola).
Miss Lucy Hail- y. with Prof. Suhrie 5. Pot Pourl. "Faust"-Gounod (PI-
and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ro,.ss. repair- anola).
ed to the handsome home- of the An- 6. "Nobody's Looking but de Owl-and
dersons on South Third street and; the Moon"-R. Johnson (Planola).
partook of an elegant luncheon, con- 7. "'anamericana"-Herbert (Plano-
sisting of sandwiches, cakes, cream la).
and coffee. The table appointments S. Baritone solo, "Rose of My Life"-*-
were perfect and at each plate was a Fabian Rose (Mr. Morgenthau).
quotation on life.'. During the evening 9 -'Cupid's Garden"-M. C. Q genM
at the Anderson home, Prof. Suhrie i (Pianola).
Asded additional pleasure to the oc- 10. "Waiting at the Church"--L. E.
ca~Ion by telling'amusing stories and Pether (Pianola).
giving humorous recitations, among
which was the poem composed by the ..CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Dutch mayor of a Pennsylvania vil-
lage. entitled "Getting There All the Mothers who value their own eom-
Same," and which he used in his ad- I fort and the welfare of their children,
dressed at the church. should never be without a box of
The souvenirs of the evening con- Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
sifted of pretty silk st\\i ng bags for, children, for use throughout the sea-
the girls and handsome purses for the son. They break up colds, cure fev-
boys. The evening will dwell as long erishness, constipation, teething dis-
as memory holds sway by those who orders, headache and stomachn*tr0o-
dranK of its delightful pleasures. bles. These powders never fall. Sold
Teachers Leave and Others Coming by all drugstores, 25c. Don't 'accept
Miss Fort and Miss Halley will not and substitute. A trial package wil
return to Ocala to teach. This is re- be sent free to any mother who will
gretted. Miss Elizabeth Mizell. of the address Allen S. Olmsted, Leroy, N.Y.
Bartow school, will take Miss Fort's:
place in the 6th grade and Miss Annie PIANO AND VIOLIN R.FlnAL
Richards, of Sumterville. S. C.. will, --
take Miss Halley's place. She wasj A piano and violin recital will be
educated at the University of Nash- given by the pupils of Miss Mary Con.
ville and the University of Chicago. nor's music class at the armory Fri-
Iday night May 28th. at 8:15 o'clock.
All friends and those Interested In
T wo rif Ft h W ,? music are invited to attend.
Ah met I saw a huge and loathsome sty,
Wherein a drove of wallowing swine A SMILE

were barred, is a pretty hard thing o acoompib
Whose banquet shocked the nostril and I when you're blue, blous aAd eat of
the eye;. sorts. There is a ure cure or a
Then spoke a "Behold the source kinds of stomach and we conm-
of. a I fled, and saw a field that seemed at f t nBallas.r-s Ierbnetoll mndd yet
One ghlistening mass of roses pure and ltely efctve iO n all ms. Prce
white .per bottle at the Anti-Moopoly Dr
With dewy buds 'mid dark green foliage store.
And,.as I o'er the lovely aight NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNIkD
The summer breeze, that cooled that b T
wh;scer" BcnS hol h nor of o ne black sow with tall off, mLarked
tOTTOLEN h" soswallow fork under and uPp bit In

facn ear. Ronen C.,iuMr.
Acting City Marsal.

RELIAN E WL nP mLUG ,,)f neadatoe, as wen as older women.
Spark in the Water" but all get quick relief and prompt
"Spark in the Wurfrom Dr. King's New Lifte PUi$
the world's best remedy for sick and
Reliance spark lugs produce a nervous headaches. They make pe
more Intense spark than any other blood, and strong nerves and buid
plug. Takes less battery powt r than your health. Try them. 26 at all
any other plug. Ar -ibsolutely soot druggists.
proof. Are absolutely proof against
carbon in any form. Are adapted for: Don't forget this week the great
use in both air and water-cooled mo- tbroidery and white goods sale that Is
tors. ,in 01l we*k at Helvenston & Pasteur's.
HI-UP Dry Batteries, Tire Repair If you wLnt to feel well, look well
Outfits, Shebler Carburetors, Whitnqy and e wAlL take Foley'a rIlney
Chains. Reme-ly. It tones up the kidneys and
Don't throw awa old i bladder, purifies the blood .and re-
Dont hrw awa your old n tor- health and strength. Pleaant


The quality you want, and that's
aways dependable, bri s good re-
sults. A busleeas is often Judged
by its stationery-if we've supplied
yours there'll be no cause for n-
easiaeM over the verdlet. The
pocketbook argument of our nsp-'
ples i as unanswerable as their
quality Is uamallahlJe,

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Boys from 8 to 14 years ReceeIvd. Carefuly
lectual Moral and Soelal Limes, Healthy Locatlesk' a
Pool. Complete Bequlpmnt in Schooelrooams. i
Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prospeetau to the SIST.R

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Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Eagles meet tomorrow night
Red Men meet Thursday evening.
Mr. C. J. Everett of Tampa is at the
Ocala House.
Special sale this week at Helvenston
& Pasteur's.
Try that Perfecto Smoker at the
Couct Pharmacy. It's a good one.
Mr. W. B. Deqham of Tampa is at
the Ocala House.


The constant and careful practice of
the Eagles' minstrel troupe han
brought results and the performers
are attaining a proficiency that will
undoubtedly show to the best advant-
age when presented on the stage.
Some of the best local singers and
actors are taking part and all are
working together with a spirit that
promises the best results. The troupe
will make its debut at Dunnellon on
SThursday evening, and will probably
be in ( which case the amusement loving
public should be on hand in full force.
A special meeting of Ocala Aerie
No. 1814, F. 0. E. Is called for tomor-
row evening, May 24, at Yonge's Hall.
All members requested to be present.

PI' hi o atoI ai there is business of much import-
SPlank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to ,ice to be attended to.
cure chills and fever, 25 cents. F. W. Ditto, W. P.
EMAHASE I W. Wr. Moore. Secretary.
Ocala House. Mr. W. P. Edwards took Messrs. IL
RI Carroll and S. T. Sistrunk out to
$5I or I doses will cure any case Ithe Chambliss and Co.'s farms this
of Chills and F-ver. Price 25c. i morning, where the workman are
j gathering and packing cantaloupes.
U meade. from freh Florida lim-. I The scene was a busy one. There is
at the Court Pharmacy. a lot of work connected with gather-
THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES M acking and hauling a carload
THEY FIT THE LIPSLIKEr. L L. Horn of York wa a! f antaloupes every day. The corn
g uest of the Ocala House yesterday. Fields and water mellons on these
and taste Es sweet. That's hby, Schles- I forms art. looking exceptionally well
Inges and Lowney' Cand n ha Plank Chill Tonle, guaranteed to and the soil is in fine condition.
Ines and Lowney's Cand".In half cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure Mr. R. B. inning of New Orl!an HOW'S THIS
confections these: favor deUlciou ORr i at the Ocala H o w Orlns
SIs at the cals Hou. We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
confectionery is ftie from adultera- ward for any case of Catarrh that
tion. It ior o wholesome and healthfL of doses "M will cure any case cannot be cured by Hairs Catarrh
tlon. It to wholesome and healthful of Chills and Fewtv P 4 i^25c. f .y & cor
Cil and e Pfrice 25Cc (ure. P. J. Cheney & Co.,
Every kind, of confectionery here. Thr wr tToledo 0.
Pruts, Cold Drinks. Cigars and News- H yer ay r avl t t we, the uadrs!igtied, have known
S Cold Drinks. and New- Huse yesterday J. Cheney ft the last 15 years, and
papers. paldi n's Baseball Guide for 1909 believe him perfectly h notable In all
ust ldi at the OalNl Guide for 09 business transactions and Anancially
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Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida

An Immase stock .of Rdlsabe WaMs, ggs, Cart
m4 CargL carriu. atal ons.-
wness, Sadlu, Lap Res. Whips, au d anU
cErria by a fIM hfdas Is mb Is lib. eMM tb qm-
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Muttu, Armour's Star Ham, Armour'a Pork
Sausage Cabbage, Rutabagas, TurniLs, -
Sweet Potato*, Irish Potatoes, Spanlsh Onio" n


Phone 108 City Market
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I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron. Steel. Brass. Copper. Zinc,
Tin. Lead, Rubber. Bagging, barrels, Leather, Etc.; old Engines.
Boilers. Rails, Etc, whether as second-hand or scrap and pay the
highest price in cash for same. W.;te or call on me and lIt me know
what you have and were it is located.



Those wishing extra -early break-,
fasts can get same at the Elk Cate, as



Tickets for the union Sunday
picnic on Thursday, 27th, will
sale the Zay before, the 24th,
city ticket office. Buy your


S es" y mas 4:3 if they desire.


The Seabosard Ahr Line will operate
"a St idy sMhool excursion from Ocala
to M th Lake Weir on Thursday. May
ith, lesvUa g Ocala at 7 a. m. The
Sr the round trip will be SO
ts for adults and 25 cehts for child-



be on
t the

tickets I

that day and avoid the rush.
One of the grea't- con-enlences
about the house Is one of those Amer-
Ican Electric Smoothing ,Ira. Ikat-
ed in a minute, an even 'ierature,
never soiled or smoked. O lf r vVlf
mother er sister one of them wTe
sixe an m prices. #sk H. V. Tucker
to show ftem to you.
Ten years experience. References,
any mudesic teacher In D*alg,'-sa
music house hi Jacksonville. .'Phone
123. A. -I. Iansford. city. 1-s-tf
Offers its services a=1 superior work-
nianship in the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced its specialty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of, our work, ca.
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give,us a call.
Climax koequito Canopies and metal

Noti.v, our advertisement of special

sale all this week.

Helh"niton &

Dun't fall to hear the pianola-plano
recital at the armory theater tonight.
Admission free.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Mr. E. H. Buffum of Tampa is among
last night's arrivals at the Ocala
A fine singer dn the program at the
planola-piano recital at the armory
tonight at 8:30.
It. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c
each;.4360 per dozen.
* Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sloles typ writer? R. C. Davis & *'o
general agents.
Special white goods and embroidery
sale all this week at Helvenston &
Mrs. Chas. E. Culbreath and little
daughter left yesterday for a visit to-
Dr. H. C. Groves of Tampa was in
town yesterday looking after his bus-
iness interest here.
"We have the nicest line of hair
grMbes, combs and other toilet artl-
cleaip the city. Tydings & Co.
, 4on't fall to hear the pianola-piano
-recital at the armory theater tonight.
Admission free.
"To the Ladies: A big special sale of
embroideries and white goods. Lasts
all this week. Helvenston & Pasteur.
Hudnut's toilet waters. perflumes.
sqaps and powders, none better or
more delightful, at the Court Pharm-
acy. 5-21
Climax Mosquito Canopies and metal
frames, best for the home. or can be
packed like a fishing rod to carry on a
camping trip, $1.25, $1.39 and $1.98 at
the n!cbe. 5-19-dw

LOST-Pair of gold glasses. Finder
will please return to George Martin at
Ocala News Co.. and receive reasona-
ble reward. LoAt between the bowling
alley and Ocala News Co. on Saturday
night. 5-24-x

Don't fail to see the bar-
gains / in embroideries and
white goods this week at

Mr. C. B. Stowe. who for a year andl
'a half preceding last December, was
night Hlnotype operator on the Star.
w in Ocala Sunday, on his way to
"Tapa. where he will fill a position on
*t91 Tribune. Mr. Stowe has many
friends in Ocala. who regretted the
briefness of his visit.
The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy
reliability. promptness and pure drugs
huve made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
.country Send tius your prescriptions.
Tydings & Co.

Belle Meade Sweets

aur Lu Icarry oUL 1any UUlgatiUons maqe
by his firm.
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price. 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Mr. M. E. Robinson has been I1l at'
his home in the city for the past few
days. Sunny Jim has to feel powerful
Imorly when he lays up and quits talk-
ing Hub Shoes.

Beautiful line ot new em-
broideries Just received at

Masters', at
this week.



Mr. F. W. Ditto raised some as fine
Irish pootatoe-s this spring on his farm
southh of town an one could ever wish
to) se. They ar- the Bliss Tryumph
variety.' and are a round, smooth, red- I
ish potatoes and very proliffic.
There will be no charge. Everybody
is cordially invited to the pianola-
piano recital at the armory theater
tonight at 8:30.
If you desire a cleai complexion
take i'oley's Orino Laxative for con-
stipation and liver troubles as It will
stimulate these organs and thorough-
ly cleanse your system, which Is what
everyone needs in the spring in order
to f'-el well. Sold by all druggists.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Climax Mosquito Canopies and metal
frames, best for the home, or can be
packed like a fishing rod to carry on a
camping trip, $1.25, $1.39 and $1.98 at
the Globe. 5-19-dw
Hudnut's perfumes are the most de-
lightful ever used. We have a com-
plete line of these famous perfumes.
toilet waters, powders, etc. The Court
Horse stolen Saturday night about 8
o'clock; small mare, dark chestnut.
brand on right hip. low down: had on
a Texas saddle with two girths. ULb-
eral reward will be paid for the re-
turn of said animal to Samuel Jacob,.
York. Fla. 5-19-St
We have a large suppy of fre wood,
both pine qnd oak, fireplace and store
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
delivered, cash. Call at factory or
'PHONE 170--Geo. GILES & CO.
Fine candies, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best, in pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
Hoarseness, bronchitis and other
throat trouble are quickly cured by
Foley's Honey and Tar as ft soothes
and heals the l..flamed throat and
bronchial tubes and the most obsinate
cough disappears. Insist upon having
the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar.
Sold by all druggists.
FPur rent an eight-room residence
well located on South Third street.
Appl.b to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph.
at the Montezuma hotel.
I have thirty acres fine melons. Will
be ready to load by the 1st of June.
I want f. o. b. buyers.



muscular troubles that can be over- A GOOD -P___f___N_
come by using proper glasses. A w
\DR. D. M. BONEY. : An excellent opportunity Is offr-
Eyesight Specalst, 'ed the music lovers of Ocala to ho
Ocals. Ph. some fine music toamght at the ar-
Oflce Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. asd mory theater tree of carp at 8j*
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical ofle o'clock. The firm-of Mlddt &8
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary Bates, of Jaekjsovlle, 'ar j giat
block i these demonstration in mot of the
cities of the stAte and ti. reports
SALESMAN WANTED where they have bee n gives shuo
That there isa a treat In Matore ftot
Traveling and resident salesman to those who take in the recital tomglht.
handle a fast selling, active and wide-;
ly demanded specialty. Very liberal l bm
commission. International Paint Man-. pecal prices in embroid.
ufacturing Co.. Richmond. Va. iery add white goods, th
REXALL week at Masters'. Don't fail
0to see them before buying

| w o K U= AT Wi= PARL
The negro was semearly Mea-
day at Conant by Sraeat Dwk taur
fy- pentine operator at that pnce, who
suspected him of be-tg th nau
who killed a deputy sheriff at FVIa.
He followed the negro to Weir Park
and attempted to arrest him. whe
the negro resisted and Davis shot
Vhim dead. Sheriff alloway wired
!the sheriff of Paseo county to come
'and identify the body.

The Proof is


If y are not

it now, it's

time to begii
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in ; The mangled body of a negro was
Found at Silver Springs Junction this
morning. It is supposed the man
was killed by a train. A coroner's
Jury has gone out to investigate.
t StiSg Mr. Leon Hanlon, the Star's first
a linotype operator, and Ocala's poet
S i laureate, after several years n New
1 York. Is now editor of the Monte-
i. We' zuma. Ga., Record.
g i Mr. and Mrs. Garfield King add
Vety 1M little daughter, Dorothy, aad Mrs.
King's mother. Mrs. Holeomb, have
returned to their home In Arcadia
after a delightful visit of a few
i days in Ocala as the guests of Mr.
Sand Mrs. Ernest Rap&aJi.
I Prof. A. L. L. Subrie. of the Johl
ARlI B. Stetson Univerty at DOLaUBC
made the Star a pleasant call this
morning. He Is a genial gstleoma
S:' and one whom it is a pleaure to

Good Judge

Little Mi s Elizabeth Nelson of
,Tampa, arrived today to visit Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. McClymoads, lssa-
beth was accoupptled to Sitmter-
ville by her two older sisters. Misse
Emma and Bdna Nelson, who after a
short visit there with aa mast amt
I uncle, will come to Oeala to visit
Mrs. E. B. Efrd, of Leesbarg. ar-
rived in Ocala yesterday anad will be
the guest of Mrs. Louis Duval until
Mr. John Pelot left today for
Gainesville, where tonight he will
attend a large dance, leaving on the
morning train tomorrow for Jack-
Ssonville. Mr. Pelot came down espe-
cailly to see his brother, Marik.
graduate and his present to him was
* a handsome solid sold watch. opes.


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Ther aerBs better i m '
Car. -Co... In and ea It ee t w
you want somth- n realy asmis. Fi-"
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Mr. mad Mm. L. A. WestM,
leave am the odeok "te al e
Jackmonm. tmWenw .Mks go*w
lag from thb o at 4 o'bel ,a, e
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soaps of the Gaer~ hgp l .
There will be as chmeW., 3 da
is cordiaIy Sv"10d to, Me oagh *
piano rental at the armsry tiso ,r
,touigbt at 6:80.
the merts eat the Tels WeMr, ys
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best located nlem sa-d o emss in
the city, sse In and em aest aesaw* Is
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decorated with qUantitle of s es
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aner was Beentlvly se ed t he
time spent with Mr. sad Mrs. rige
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__ __ Mrs. Loeis Duval at her Okkwaha
** home entertaled Mo day afteiree
the members of the. Baptidt oewing
FANCY CRACKERS IN Circle, a gWat maay at whb m were
CARTOONS AND TINS preset. As a compl nt to he
house guest. Mrs. L. B. I Art. o
Leesburg. Mrs. Duval lavited ber
-:-------- ie-------- neighbors and several r l&is to
bring their sewing sad thu resit
TJwas the passing of several h
most delightfully eoaversnag mad
RECThe Duval bungalow is sews e-
tirely completed ad elegatly tar-
nlshed thro ghouL T erday w
the Arst opportualty that may hare
!had to see this lovely hoe sad
'loud and deserving praises ae
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES from all. On two sides s a very
I have Just received a new supply broad plazsA on which Mrs. Daval
of electric fixtures. Among them are entertained. Assisted by er prtt
some handsome bracket fixtures and little niece. Miss ElMlabeth Hocker,
Tungston fixtures, Inverted or turned Mrs. E. H. Mote aad Miss Ample Da-
down. !I. W. Tucker. vis. the hostess served during the af-
ternoon a delicious trome grape-
Juice. caramel cake, salted almonds
and lee te. punch.
Miss Efird..the honoree of this
'pleasant meeting, is a lovely char-
aeter and has already made .ma.
new friends..
Tomorro'-' being the east of St.
Philip, the patron saint of Ocala sad
EYE the founder of the Oratorlims whose
TROUBLES mission is to instruct and save their *
AR B brethren's souls, will be solemalae
ARE at 7 a. m. to accommodate the bus
HEREDITARY ness men. At 5 a. a. there will be
They are handed down from parent struction and benedicto of the
to child, and It there is a defect In a blessed sacrament.
parent's eyes it is more than likely to! Every Sunday the divine serve
be found In the eyes of the child also. will be held at 9:30 ia the moragf
Red lids, styes, or Itehing, burningand 5 in the afternoon. Everybody
pains are cINDICATIordially invited.

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ad OetNg Madles, M tablished 1878. Number boarding stu
S "ds ed' lw temd to lure re6n ad home life. ames divided into
R 813m09M, pwmal :ttemtion to eaeh pupil. Faculty of 18 special-
i. Conu'ratory advatages la MUSIC, ART, ELOCUTION. Certlf-
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'. DrI. Pierce's He
A HW i.n the Wall Does It I H0 i
"It i amazing that the tng was The miracle of motherhood is often overshadowed by the m
simple. Thundertaken before. t her functional changes which are incident to child bearing leI
'bmn tue sea at full tide. only the* mother. Some women offer up their lives as a saciifc on
wall of the basin has kept the land greater number live on in ceaseless misery. Their
idle for centuries. Had such an p- n o ambition and no enjoyment in lie. To every woman
portunity existed in Colorado it would njymen m ue. o every woum
have been grasped In the infancy of -- *
t t it curious Dr. Pierce's Favorite I
where land is abundant Its value Is' Offers .sap f-- .. --
reflised Infinitely quicker than in the tuh perio. Of .I. rawg an aatit
East where land Is difficult to get 1 w
Colorado brains have conquered the! oy. ourishs the artV, a-d -t
Intricate engineering problems of for the CDmiaS Of baby. It se ias i; a
mountains for smaller returns than flent for the chAl
were offered In Florida to him who .
had only to cut a hole in a moral wall The mind feels bright and buoyant. Th
to make himself and hisa great-grand- its place a happy anticipation of the bah
children wealthy. future happ ness of t ec i ld b o T
I understand 'that six canals are to b future happiness of the child unborn T
be dug, each sixty feet wide and deep makes the baby's advent easy, and gives =b
enough to serve as means of trans. There is no alIcoholr habi
portation to get the product of that e ..-b -e c i
famous swamp to the market. The vegetable medicine.
West has snatched the plum from the INVALIDS' HOTEL and Accept no substitute for '
mouth of the East. while the East; for weak and sickly womn.
was trying Indolently to decide If it SURKICAL INSTI ,e e d S y Wmn.
really was a plum after all. It's the l M rP'AXo, r. r. b T te larger success of doco
old story retold. A 1- S .i.srar wf m every e.- above duty to the sick. Prol
"I used to live in a town in Ne~w eWrtAdpia.nce ardo-oiete.Staft Pierce's Favorite PrctscnDOt i
York where they were 25.4-0Q people featperoriec d sles;d e n caflists for t ot i pot *s
Then I moved to a town of 1.200 p Io- tIhtreme o te cses utmost his profits.
pie in Colorado. In the Colorado town of Chenkc silieats w.'nifcr requiring
the streets were lighted with ec- Mk Sh lAW& Wor.s ur eimr i tjT& lidforthe
tricity when I got there. When I re- 1l thIrEI Dr. PiePB
turned years later to the eastern tMwn A A --S WEiA o--
reven or eight times as large% the cit- F E ol
zens had been plan n nIg for three or
four years to get electricity and had . ...-.. -. .
not done so. Well, Colorado will take .
care of that little Job down in Florid-i ALMOST TOO HIGHLY EXCITED THE "BEAUTY SPOT"
Pna If the fortunes come this way in- ndmn thNon THE TALK OF NEW YORK
lead of staying down there, then the Grand Army Post ants the National TH TA w
people of the East are welcome to Government to Tear Down the .*-.,-.k ; ; -t ';s "Beauty Spot"
their regrets." Wirz Monument -l .,l. h, board.< at the popular
It is stated that every acre of the S"',tu-. ,tr, : :. _,-W.II. t. ',.: .i .r Th,-atr,. Broadway.
Ev.rglades has been taken up. and Post. 1;.. H. h-. R 'hitda rt.',:ti'>n. .N.--" Y..!k. Nightly the audience
that no more ot it can be had at the conih.nninz ti- i.',::L .4 th.. rnnu- zi .... ti.- s. ,. hit ,f the show.. "He
Initial price of $5 an acre fixed by the mtnt t., C'a,:. H -nry \V:rz. form. r ,.- 1.0,, d :t Maiden T,-nder." with up-
Florida legislature. mande-r 4f Ai 2- '" '' ri "It Is going to be worth at least Tho nat,(iil anitz;,,'it '; .ta;- ;r1.. Tia:( t., g :, ;attracting so much at-
$200 an acre or else not I cent." said to-takci r gnizin- f t:." ht f ,i1 r1er .- V,.l.t th., N'hw York Sunday
P. C. Avery. i in order. -that such ?t ps na: be a : v has :.rrngA.d with Jos. W
nt-cefssary, h;iui! al an pr 'r b, lit n f:, n A- "o.. thi publisher.. to give t
REV 1. W. WILLIAMSON'S LETTER to -)i*-. Rev. L W. Wllfamson, Runtington, Ju.tice. t a thl end t'i,: ..i r natri<.nai v'.r.ilns a'd music c(,mpiete. Don't fall
W. Va., writes: '.*his Is to certify gov.'rra.nt may ,naa t 1b- h, 6 -, ,r t t it.
that I have usel Foky's Kidney Rem- held guilty ,f uil,. r,t'. )'.1,!*ia! mnr-
edy for nervous exhaustion and kid- r in the a,.* of 'a T. 'irz. KILLS HER FOE OF 29 YEARS
ney trouble and am free to say that o "The mot minrcrvss enemy I had
It wUl do all that you claim for it." KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL for 2, y .rs." declares Mrs. James
Foley's Kidney Remedy has restored ,lo S ine:n. Ii Hayn.sville. Me., "was
health and strength to thousands of Ocala People aKn aHow dy. I Intensely after
weak. run down people Contains no to Save it I ati'g .,r ihinkina ard could scarcely
harmful drugs and is pleasant* to take. IMany (ewala piapl'! t:ik !iv s "-!'A.-- Aft r many remedies had fall-
Sold by all druggists. In thtir halr.ts by le:tin? the 1,'; ;-d antd s -v, ral doctors gave me up, I
neys ywheir thav !-. v the org-ins t.-i.d EleIFtric Bitters. which cured me
THE PROPOSED GAME LAW n'*+d help'. -i"k kiln' < are rp" -,i- ....*. nl -t.-. Now I can eat anything.
ble for a vast amionnt ,of) -uff. ring, and i a n 7-, y.-'as ,!d and am overjoyed to
In WhichAllMarion County health, but th.r e t) f i t my ialth and strength back
In Which All Marion Cunty Sports- fer nor to reinain in iang.r wh n all I ain. For indig.stion, loss of appe-
men are Interested diseases and aches- ,nd Jaains dut t ie
Tallahassee. Fla.. May 25.-The weak kidneys can bn qii(ckly tn. ,I p-r- .:i-y trouble. lame ack, female
amount of interest manifested by the manently cured by thll ust- of *lCan' i<"l;'":'ts t's unequaled. Only 6Oc,
citizens of Marion county both for and Kidney Pills, Lt all druglsts.
egalast the new proposed game law Jos. Eckert. living on Thmnip ,n St..
fo Marion county. as shown by le ~tarke. Fla. says: "'1 am very glad SKILLED PAINTING
fot Marion Doty, as shown by le1- to recommir.nd Doan's Kidwi y Pills as
ters and telegrams received here they prov.-d (of great banetit to min. I an prepared to take any job of
would seem to Indicate Its importance At the time I began tl. ir use my con- painting. no matter how large or how
and the substance of the bill is here edition was very ,or. The kidn ,-- s- inma!. o' how fine the work desired
given In order that Its provisions may er-tion. were irn.-cular in action an'1 may be. I have the material, brushes
be carefully considered. The bill be- When allowed tee stand deia-,it.'d andl k.nowledge to paint and do It
ing purely a local hill has passed the sediment. My hack eiilied intensely. right. Houses painted inside and out
House and Is now on the Senate cal- and was ve ry lan-t, aal .i-'r*. It .-- Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing.
endar under head of bills on second hard for n to stole, or 1ft. I cul varnishing and lettering and sign
endar under head of bills on second not wl -t n:ight. &ndl inar'ning.. nmintins. Taste and skill guaranteed.
reading .-the senate committee having upon arising. a tir.- v, rn t. intine Taste and skill, are Camp Phosphranteed.
reported same without recommenda- When I hard f an' Kin ill t car re Camp Phosphae
tion either favorable or unfavorable. I decided t,, giv' the-nm a tial anl pro- Company, or leave word at the Star
Section one of this bill provides that cured a box. This r.mine.idy eff.ectd a offie-. E. W. Fillyaw. Ocala, Fla. ttf
It shall be unlawful to hunt or kill complete .'ir" in !;av f;s. The back-
wild turkey, quail, dovs or squirrels ache and lamn*n..s di-app)ar.(d, thi R E X ALL
except from Nov. 15 to Feb. 20, and kidneys were -tr. ngth, n. and t!he
section two, deer only from Nov. 1 to conritin byuh if..' !so a 1,'m l *'W RATES
Jan. 15 of any year or season. Kidney P'ills and th. y ;v,. hI-r er.l ', via tIhe -
Section three prohibits the killing,-f from kidn-y complaint." SEABOARD AIR *^NE
In season of more than five deer or Plenty more proof like this from
turkey in any one day. nor more than Ocala people. P':ll at Ty.inrg' & Co's $17.6$, Asheville, N. O. and return,
20 quail. 25 doves, two deer, 10 squir- drug store and a;k hi:,t t':.i'r c;;-to- account National *Aocltation T
rel; nor any party more than 40 quail." mers report. P. A. of America. TIl ton sale
four turkey. 3 deer. 50 doves or 25 For .*l1,.- tv all I .a( ir. Price 500 May 28, 29 and 30. -UtIt
squirrel. centq... .oter-Mihirn 4 (o fra'alo. 30 days frpm bu t t
Section four requires non-residents New Ysrk ., :,,ts fr t'2 unitedd date of sale. A. "
to give three days advance notice to R oneml,,r the nam.. I,:,n's-aind acot annuis ti "ej
game warden, pay him "at least" $3 take no oth,:r. O- a Ou re,-Nt- a l
and receive a receipt and written per- --.-- Arabic Order,. N e My-
a6 _k1.k .-.h, _... ...._i. __, e'J-- A fk- tic Rhrtne. Ti,ek~f "' i-'.jmn

nut wuju IUIai UentLit e suL non-i
resident to hunt three days during the
season. If- he hunts more than three
days he must notify warden of the
number of days In excess of three and
pay $1 a day for each extra day. No
permit to be given for more than 15
days but additional permits can be ob-
tained In excess of 15 days for 50
cents for each additional day.
Section five provides that non-resi-
dents in the state of Florida can hunt
In the county by payment of license
fee now or hereafter required by law.
Section six provides a penalty for
violation of the provisions of the act
viz: fine of not less than $10 nor more
than $50 for each and every offense,
or imprisonment not less than 15 nor
more than 60 days or both.
Section seven provides that all fines
collected and all money paid for per-
mits. shall be paid to the game war-
den. who shall monthly report same
to the board of county commissioners.
horrified his granemotner, Mrs. Maria
Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that.
%,hen all thought he wculd die, Busk-
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Irfallible for burns, scalds, cuts. corns
wc .nds, cruises. Cures fever sores.
tolus. skin eruptions, chilblains, chap-
ped hands. Soon routs piles. 25c at
all druggists.
The Four Children of H. H. Rogers
Receive *,4400 Apiece
New York, May 23.-H. H. Rogers a
short time before his death distrib-
uted a portion of his fortune among
his four children. It is understood
that he gave $4,000.000 each to his son.
H. H. Rogers. Jr.. and to his three
daughters. Mrs. W. E. Benjamin., Mrs.
Urban H. Broughton and Mrs. W R.
Coede--$1.000.000 in all.

Home (in Oklahxaha avenue known
as the S;pellman House, f,,r rent.' Ap-
ply to A. G. Gates. 4-1l-tf
aad are always gettIng scrataoes, cuts.
sprains, bruises, bumps, bprns or
scalds. Don't neglect such things-
they may result seriously If you do.
Apply Ballard's Snow Linimbftt ac-
cording to directions right away and
It will relieve the pain and heal. the
trouble. Price 25c. 60c, and $1 at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
On account of tne fact that I am
building a speed launch f.r us,' on the'
springs, I will sell the launch -M-rry
Widow" cheap for cash. Apply t., n>'
or to R. D. Mathcws. at the laun',Iry.
5-4-tf Frank Mathews. City
Everybody is likely to have kldne-y
and b.aduer trouble. In fact nearly-
eve-yb ,dy has some trouble .,f this
kind. That Is the reason why ,.ou so
often h.ive pains in the back and
groin, scalding sensation, urinary dis-
orders. ete.-that's your kidneys. The
best thing to do is to get s,'nie of De-
Witt's Kidney and Blal.olr Pills rIeht
away. Take them for a few days or
a week or so and you will f-el all
right. In this way. t.eo. you wi!! ward
off dang,-rous and ,,,i ailments. Thuy are' perfectly harm-
less, and are not only antiseptic, but
allay pain quickly by th'-ir healing
properties. s-end your name to E. C
DeWitt & Co.. Chicago. for a free
trial box. They are sold he-re by all
We will show you, th w k tin -
meaninzi of l',v w prir-. il'-lvn- Pasteur.

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5. 6. 7 a1 4. Fin omitB
iTA909. q" -I .. .
$S7.6, Asheville, N. C., and
account International Convention
Barana and Philathea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final 1mit
June 25, 1909.
$4.2,.,Atlanta, Ga.. an# return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
*17.653, Asheville. N. C.. and return,
account Dramatic Order Knighj
of Khorpssan. biennial meefi;
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
='t. Final limit July 26, 199. -
$31.65--Menrphis. "env,. And.* return,
::..dount "-hterstte"' Cotton Seed
, .;,!e M.iv 1yC. 17 and 1]. Final limit
May 22. 1909.
$66.90--Denver. Colo.. and return, ac-
eriint General Assembly Presbyter-
i. n church of U. S. of America.
Ti<'ket- ,,n sale May 16. 17. 18 and
19. Final limit to reach original
starting point October 31.
$8.35-Savannah. Ga. and return. ac-
c-.unt Genr ral .issemby Presbyter-
ian thurchi in U'nltd States. Tick-
*-ts on sale.; Ma. 17. 1S and 19. Final
limit Jun- 2, 194;i4.
$16.25-M1--imnhis.. Trnn.. and return,
a r-ount Annual Reunion United
<',nfede.rat5 V,.etrans. Tickets on
s.ile- June k. 6 and 7. Final limit
J'm,, 4 but by depositing tickets
with s.' cial agent Memphis between
J,:wi:. :. n:]l 14. extension may bs
had to July 1. rn payment of fee of
30 cents.
8$20. 0--Nnshville. Tenn., and return.
account Annual Session Sunday
Shool rCingress and Young Peo-
el. '" "Chautauq Jun- 7. 7S and 9. Final limit 15 days
from br:t not including date of sale.
$15.25-- Tu'e n ea. Ala. and return,
;1, ,lInt immrn-r school for teaehera

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