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 26, 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: VID03177
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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lccn - sn 84027621
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Vd 14, No. MS. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1909. Fy C a



The New Law Will Cat Out the
iMight-Killimg Street-Corner

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The Unfortmate Man Who Suicided
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public, but the one now most valableh p .w
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Wheat Hearts has the lead. Optian LM fore & Lt.
It does not heat the blood., Following is the full bill, which r Major Butler. local editor of the
In waled tins for 20c. has been passed by the house and LER Citrus County Chronicle, and a vet-*
senate, signed by Governor Gilchrist. t ran printer. gives the following ac- MiL T r t 'il1,
MIL.KOW- is a powder and becomes a law in 60 days. Dr., T1 IAT T Nli A A I "ount of G. C. Campbell. the printer h I
Sf Boney of this city spent t Idays in A who hacked his life out in the Ocala -U
made of pure Skinmed milk. Tallahassee looking after this hill Il | N W Hd iW l l1 jail during the night of the 10th of (ICO IUPORATD)
15c, two for 25',. and is much elated over its passage., Mav: Ma v T T v r .
The bill was introduced by our Sen- We have known the deceased foray. .. MUnnn nU. V. PMi. A. A
TRU-MI:.:l. ,,1 of ;.I- .tor Baker: --- l AT- many years, but never knew him by -- .a.- ....
imm mBe 1 It Enacted by the Legislature of! any other name than Campbell. We H N, OnM. P
U inmed milk. 15c, two for .he State of Florida: A worked with him seven years ago on
25c, in this. Try a tinu: you! Section 1. That the practice of ll the Democrat in Live Oak. and at S. H. B CH Maager. U.E.
will lik t pometry. for the purpose of this II II one time extended him a small favor, G.O. J. BLITC. TeUr.
wir l tiact. is defned as follows. viz: The |I| nl which he seemed to greatly appre-
\W i.Vikeo i t ll ain..f ,i, or eilly;ene of tests or cllllllllate and we have since received
'"" "" in Georgia. Central America andi M B C
Weliav a fl liNieofliue; am.ina'ions or the determination of J U 1 I U nany letters from him while he was
Spices, ijuit in, all freshly. the natural and functional deficlen- in eornia. Ceventral Ameriaeks andgo we I
___ cie. of the eye and the adaption of California. Several weeks ago we
Senses for the aid thereof. received a letter from him while hel
0. K. GROCERm Y I Se-. 2. i'here Is hereby create a ; beginning Today, M ay 24th was working in the Courier-Infor-i OCA A. F
A ard to be known and styled ij nant office at Bartow. after a lapses
CLARK BUROTHERS "Florida board of examiners in o- and Endin Saturday 29th of a year or more, and he has writ-I
PROPRIETORS 1 tometrv," to be composed of five rez-- jten to us several times since.. In|
Tular olpticians. residents of the state one of those letters he expressed a THE IEPIITO1 I Tl S I
0TWO Ph0Ms 17. 1call. Fla. >fl Ohrida. who have been engaged IMT ... .. 1 C' \. TT a f,- .,,,Gtdesire to visit us. and we extended! | UiblH O I In
Tw M174. i th" practice of oiFtometrywe in .said W IU .l LNew anLd Choice Designs iL- him an invitation to do so. and re-! I
I state fo rtwo year. Said board shall as long as le saw fit. He quit Are the merchants, the professional and suceesfl mas
RI D F LER he appointed by fhe governor as est Values w e Have Ever Show n his job at BiartowlastMondayweek. I the city.
Rn D. Fr UL LER, soon as practlcab'e after the passage but did not come direct here. going the city, the farmers of the orronding territory.
of this act. one member for a term to Tampa instead. As stated, he ar- We accommodate all classes. Our customers rept.M
DENTAL SURGEON of one year. one for two years, one 11 IIK rive here Sunday. We saw him get women who have built and are til building auccetl
I for three years, two for four years. u I uR11 1 0L0uu i M ,1U off the train, but did not recognize We solicit a share of your bliness.
0 OIce Over MuMa-e & Chambliss' and each until his successor is a;.- him. He hunted us up and made
Bank. I pointed and qualified: and the terms EBODDlllDir E AS I I HtLL himself known, but we quickly dis-
OCALA. - 1LORIDA jof members thereafter appointed LiMlDRUIUL ILRO A rULLUWo. covered that he was not the Camp-
TERMS. CASH. shall be for four years. provided. bell of years ago.
however, that the appointment to 0L N'. i A 4 -. t. \VortI. 7 to S ..pIts In conversation he told us what n
fill vacancies. which the governor !s we had previously learned from oth-
J. E CHIA ICE' hereby empowered to make. shall bet h1-2 r l r lips, that he was a slave to i
E. CHA C. for the unexpired term. 1' -r .Chamberlain's medicines, whicL had T
Se. ":. Said board of examiner 1t " made him a wreck.
D M NTfL L U G C'. shan elect at tos regular meetings. .. .... 11 Monday morning, owing to our F f fU A
D T alelect at its meetng,.46.4 1. 14 i 5 6b inability to entertain him as we ex-
and annually thereafter, one of its Iinability to entertain him as we ex-
Rooms 9, 10 and 1. members as president and one as 12 1-2 I .' II; 1 1s | pected to before our residence was
Second Floor; Holder Block, seretarv and treasurer, and shall burned, he concluded to go to Live CARRIES A LARGE
OCALA FLORIDA I hold a regular meeting at least once "" 15 -" 2 >. Oak, but when he got to the depot
OCALA, FLORIDAea(h year at suchtiime and place as '/ i changed his mind and decided to go
TERMS, CASH. the said board may determine: "18 27- to Ocala, buying a ticket to Juliette. n i
S. special meetings may he called and 32 8 2 3 Twice he bade us good-bye. eachM iEr N A OLr
held at such times and p laces as 20 time saying he would never see ut-,
L. F. BLALOCK may be designated by the president " 2 1-2 3 5 37 '" again, but supposed he meant that -
an a sepretarv. and such special he would henceforth travel in -other; -
Simeetin-s shall be held upon the ap- 1" 1 25 38 4 states, and that we were both get-i
Deal Surgeon plication of five applicants for ap,- .. ,, 30 r. ting old.
plication. At least thirty days no- "" He seemed very much troubled.;
( Wf ma mtdt Ba tice or any regular meeting shall be *. \ 3 5 '" () and when we inquired how he was
1gPhone iven by publication once a week in fixed, financially replied that he had AND
e. .2 B 1 a noewp*!pler of general circulation 1 13 40Q 5 70 between $:30 and $40, so we knew;
Oce hour: to12a. t throughout the state. .... -- .- financial embarrassment was not .. .
S. m. Seec. 4. Three members of said 1 4 55 5 8' ,the cause of his worry. He paced
TERMS, CASH. 'heard shall constitute a quorum for .' 1. 7 .. (.- the office floor for an hour before UC r IOn
......... I the transaction of business, and g 70 going to the train, paying attention' w "
sho:.l a quorum not be present on 280 *1.5 $1. 3to no one, even when spoken to.
OIDIUDD f nD lil DLf M rb the day appointed for their meeting In regard to his past life we know
CA UJJi i)S nU. UBDi IUs those present may adjourn from! but little, but know that he was a, IThe o1i Cl I
. ....A day to day or to some designated w good printer and clever man. In i
HON TOATPIC PiHVICIAN AND day until a quorum is present. will ofier dr atmr this Sale over! Live Oak he drank intoxicating li- lu i
SURGEON See. I-. Said board shall make ... qiior to excess, but subsequently, i I Fahml; K/unlp win t 'h
such rules and regulations not in- y _Ad ie.a tfl Ptrt ", qu it it altogether, but became a -
Oi-ee--Seeond Floor The Munroe a consistent with law as it may con- 3 0UU yaroS eautlol TVhte .VOOdS COa- slave to Chamberlain's medicines. Wha| t P0pe WiL
Cbambliu Bank Building. Ocala. side necessary to the proper per- They crazed him and the result is
FMla. formance of its duties; may take listing of Emblroidered Swiss, Difmities told. verve printer who knew him AlSo Crics a e Lie lu11
Telephones-O0t3e, 222; Residence, testimony concerning any matter .seemed to think well of him, and Eaw W-
211. within its jurisdiction, and each W M Ilie was not of the rowdy order, when wra,
Oece Hour--9 to 12 a. r..:; *o 4 member thereof may administer Ma ,ercerized, and A l2 ,V astigu M adras, drunk or sober. He was known to r S
p. m.; 7:30 to -8:30 p. m. oaths. It shall be the duty of said XT, hundreds of editors and printers in
', board to examine thoroughly every D" tStt, Nainsooks, Piques, Etc., at a Florida and Georgia. and made akt y0 p T S T
applicant desiring to practice opto- i these states his stamping ground for
metry in this state, and if a majority GtS crfic I years. excepting the year he was in
TNE COMMERlAU L of said board shall be satisfied that Central America and on the Pacific
said person is competent and posses - .. .. coast. He was an educated man,
BARnRr SHOP the knowledge essential to such II apparently well raised and sociable.
Practice, they shall grant him a cer- successfully passing e.xa:inn;ation the governor ,n the examiningialthough he did not much seek com-1
--- tiflcate to that effect and enter his and paying fee as provide]. in .oetion board: Ur. T. G. Yates. Pensacola: I panionship of brother printers. ca- Flor da
Opena Ite the Lbby of the Ocala name on their records as a register- six. All persons exempt from e\xam- lr. N. 11. Ci.rk. Daytona; Dr. J.. Only a few months ago he quit
Ho f eI lpractition'r. The secretary shall nation as above, may practice ,with- l;umhiviitr. .I;,!:sonville; Dr. D. 0.:1job he had held for nearly or quite '.
keep a full record of the proceedings out a certificate from snid ho: rl for0 i!o:.e. ():a.. : l) Dr. H. E. Lough.utwo years at Cordele, Ga.. where he
Offers the very best service of of the board, which record shall at a period not exceeding six i.'.ths of his made many friends. \te never heard hi94 4........ .......
skillM workmen, with modern ap- all reasonable times be open to pub- from the -passage of Ihis act. ,.nd of his being in any trouble, and his
pliaes. Strictly Usnltary. Electric lic inspection. such certificate when jssauel shall lbe TWO MILLION BOTTLES worst enemy was himself. His last
few, electric massages. Sec. 6. Every person, except as recorde,I lis if ba.l I,-upon ex;1mina- (f i .er.. Davir. P.inkill"r sold ev.r. words meant more than we sur- i t Rl Water at AllU Ti hereinafter provided, before begin* tin. y,..Er. Think of it! And every bottle. is naised. or we would never have per- I
Sing to practice optometry in this "Se-. !. Out of the funds coming i,. spring suffering and helping some emitted him to leave here Monday
ViiMI'k C. DTTERi.CH. Manager state after this act shall go into ef- into the possession of said board, human being to health and happiness! morning.
S_. ... fect. shall pass an examination be- each member thereof may receive ,!; This wonderful household remedy I e trust the effort being made by S. E ROW FROPRIETOR - A
fore said board of examiners as pro- compensation the sum of five dollars stops the pain of sprains burns orI the Ocala authorities to ascertain ,
m w Ill nn vided for in section five of this act, for each day he is actually engagei hr,,s. It rlieves rheumatism 0orsomething about his antecedents will ,
l KI AN HA I and any person having signified his in the duties of his of :. and mile- .,,ralgia. It urs colds. cramps, be successful, for he undoubtedly ALL KINDS OF
V. U lUUnh iV desire to be so examined, shall ap- age at three cents per mile. for dia- ,,i iarrhoea. Th-re ought to be a ame from a prominent, well-to-do
pear before the board at such time dances necessarily traveled in goingI b,,ttl,, on your shelves just now. ready fmily. Fresh Meats Grocerie Chicken_ EggL Etc. P
nAD 8UILDER and place as they may designate. to and coming from the meetings of fr the first sign 'f trouble. The new His untimely death will be in- F -ce C t
Before taking said examination, the the board- The said expenses shall size bottle is 35 cents and there is:eerely regretted by all who knew Bought and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fish. Thi
PLANS FURNISHED applicant shall pay, for the use of be paid from the fees and assess- :i-,o th," -,, c-nt "size. Be sure your hinm.
ON ADPPICArION said board in defraying the legiti- mejts ree' ved bM the ,oar! ud *r 'iru:,ist giv's you Perry Davis' A strange fatality seems to befall, p, lete Place of Its Kind in the Country. Remwodaole
male expense. as hereinafter provid- the provisions of this act. and ro -- prominent "tourist" printers who .
P. O. Box 46 OCALA, FLA. #d. the sum of ten dollars, and if he part of the salary or other expenses *EXALL strike Ocala. About 10 years ago a Up-To-Date. First Class Restaurant in ConMection.
.. ..... ... ,- _. shall successfully pass said examina- of the board shall be pail out of printer named Richards started tol .. .. .dal Bear.d t Week
tion he shall pay for the use of the the state treasr. or ?he a charge, walk from Ocala to High Springs Meals and Reasonabm ear t w
IC D COSH Er C Iboard as aforesaid, the further sum against the state. nor shall the state while sick. and three days later his,
~r r n r- r | of. five dollars upon the issuance to be in any wise responsible for any lknnA nmn D kQ h An body was found six miles north, hisl
FR ESH^^l FSa H *him of the certifleate of qualifica- indebtedness which mayv be created IIWIIIrlll&d 10l ll )Uv'f head eater off by hogs. Three years' Scrap Iron alid Metals, Also Green Hii
-- tion to be signed by the president hby said board. All monevs received ___later Tony Denier left the Banner
SI receive dally shipments of cholke and secretary. by said board under the provisions' t office to go to Live Oak. and his d Sold.I
tesh and alt water flah of the best Sec. 7. The certificate provided of this act shall he held the see- I onnetior th the Hotel O e dead body was found on a bank of
varieties. I handle nothing but fish. for in the ,two preceding sections retary as a special fund out of which the Santa Fe River near High
and handle them right, shall be recorded in the office of the may he paid the per diem allowance Skilled workmen and courteous at- Springs. Rube Smith started for
,clerk o the circuit court of the and mileage of s'id members afore-, tention to all. Special attention to Georgia from Ocala. and died at a r, o. 1 P 0 1
M TU KER county in which such practitioner said, and the expensres inurre'1 hi chillrer.. farm house near Madlison, and now. Telepon .
Ple 21, City Market may reside or sojourn, and in any the board in earring t the pr.rile eath

S -.........---. ...-----..-- book to be kept by the clerk for that board shall make an annual report HOT AND COLD WATER
purpose, before the person to whom of its proceedings to-the ':o'ernor .o FORCED INTO EXILE )0) **## 0#**
# it is granted shall be entitled- to the first Monday in Janunary of each l h.f len -- i -
SEqutarle practice by virtue thereof: and when year. which report shall rontain nu R. A. TTRICH. Prorietr church. of Glen Oak, OkTa.,
so recorded the clerk shall certify account of all monev- r,'eive I an was an exile from home Mountain
t gi thereon under his official seal the disbursed by them in pur.uaie< .- ir. he thought. would cure a frightful
u In Su iy fact anD date of such record. and the provisions hereof. ng racking cough tnar had defied all
--shall return such certificate to the See. I*. Any person l, xh 1iall remedies for two year.' After six
SS.lJ Al person to whom the same was grant- hold himself oui to the public as a months he r'turne. d death do-ging his
mm omfU e' and shall be entitled for such practitioner of optoietry. wiTh.t t-t'p. "Then I began to u-s Dr.
---- -service to collect from the holder first complying. with the pro-ision.s Kii-* N"w Discovery." he writes. 81 North Maneia Street, Telephee Ne.
T N T IN THE WORLD" thereof. the legal fe for recording of this act. or who shall xiolate a.v i anl aft-r taking six bottles I am
-----IT- WOL" See. 8. All persons to whom ma- of the provisions of uat act. shah# 1._. .. ,t-evk-r.*' It saves thousands w ,
havebeen granted a certificate of be deemed guilty of a isdlemieanor early from d.,sperate lung diseases ISt V itSm i t
MISS FLORIDA, CONDON. graduation or diploma, indicating and upon conviction. .-ball I 1 ,,- Infallible f,.r coughs and colds, it dis-
Resideat Agent competency of the holder to engage wished by a tin.- of not less than -pes. h.arstn,-sn and -ore throat.]
in the practice of optometry. by any twenty-five dollars nor ;,:or t.ian ur .s grip, bronchitis, h-morrhag- I Table is always supplied with the best the
well recognized school, college, or two hundred dollars. or i r i St tality ,athma.-rou, hping nt cough. Skilled xking careful attention to the wan
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Am.Us mat his bie aet omet tat

SVmd. to Mr. A *1. Ouanrma ime-
be k M toiOMm ad w daWeek aad
bo tmlem mam. at akeM e-t *op Tem4
a* pit b he di mo to I
now "itoMlr.A .dIF la mo oig at

trd It wI-e be la emewmd tatd
.* hateame TOali .tetuia ad wek eAg

SWtaMd e t e e Ba yad of Mrcy,
M.mmi arini r MEm seTatham

StMgrt o t- th, ois wmd to be pr-.

S NoW p-opLs who are a mfmanothyI
wih the woirk e Ifor Tatisam MhI
wiaml we b mr ed ts ermig aSun-
day a yer gSo, the very day aNd brle
~ Mw Tat mm hAll pe ed and ar-
fs rw tme hmtIs ofta am of
., ny ervice lid If ce mmemoratlo
O f I reat rd"t ympatoetc hret
that beat amd U rte hiring of
e mry opme beoag to dintem au df

T atum %=A_ ---wo ram er 'n me 4
; .ata pemwhoml and S eln gr aad

min to teeligs to the world -l
r me ander orsabol M to a ieande fdn

"', W t itr. ad M Jam' R. Mom bad
SMr. Ahr Mi. we. held Sunday athtr
Samrne aitaw, hMo-ra. heuMch. em o
SOurtg bomb earin treeadnag th
or rMmssad m ma ervies Ia agim
a- t epofreMrv a Maner. T. nametr of
b. heid rem chrietemod, their paente

Ml te. e who .td godfather e d
S- amemat ert be* t o the Wdlne alte- r

A madB. Aale Moorsbead childrenat
t IMr. ad Mas. Jamle Moorbead
Mr. Oal Ms ari. Toamge, godfather
e *rtuMnt e. A. *Was. ae.d MF Ar
I. Miamedr'geAni trs Tfor all
and dbwe ostadlAtkhlmo, god-
. tt.for Wate tIGrn.f wa s whnte

,. s4rato t-s itN al pUaambIUtlea of thio
" E tlaGrange tM '- ---- hat o
r.f Mr. MUad Mrad T. struck.

1- ad wlth her wrk be" pHblicly cora-
Thu whor st~lon and agod-ty

l./ tf* of the Oealla' puis touts4 at the
t* cta r art oeal M Tr B. Sopd

W" ih- Ms w w. he I rom a pub-

2,'+ wa tho &vI was *ptemadl gar-
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mbl or m. Ur. areg w uaa

e" akfte Mr. -'a u, the demCC-
Mr.t a l t nl ktt. will re Ifan thier
S M fMrI. A. Wetheds can Me Afond
a le Atkmn godmothers. The teed r-
viege bought btglther utet. a con-

a m Plilaost might n d thherewo
went fett well repaid for thae oppor-
tooty. The plaAg oewhile
i~ngi gh OM of

L the Instrument.

Ust ThrsdayI n A fannah, the arm
St of M eA & Co. Mwa almost burned
L t. The atore is a three story builld-
Iq n a aa u-todat department ator
e. e- ih every Be of the building
S The fi mcremd .oe the third floor
-. a thi laeer a badly burned and
es l U gratlM.y damge ta he two
I overer s Mr.a Mam I Rank. Mr.
are ios-be-tIew says the Itaur-

S- w. at amesr, traveUfg representa-
t of bthe grmat Outh r i erid morn-
g-: dayWR. the Tampa Tribune, w In
S tOms today the Iterest w t. ex-
W t paper. MHs aid the Tribune
VANg gS alg In feTvr Iteaily In Itsa
,. twd Km terioangt oth Florida as
O* dew arn toe lath T' TuIbune
ON t O Vte t In pubt tfam. but-
ba tmm ib mtgrowtog the equip-
t wUl later ea wll b ah oople-
mit dto mm t an the rel.lraeament of
rapid growt. The Ttbume' Un.-
dw dtion was a cippOer at on-
S breoed pas ofat a wrIbeto-Mp T -
m pt. ~m Ihro eomtly. It;
S, te4 Sta Itm taot ma I da t-
i u t mo material f acte abomnt that
obrt Amlnmos Jr.. sowd the
bo6 o ea oM e vIp yetarday to
S Prfe A. k U ubrt% a DeLaul. They
me&a the trip Is Mr. Andarourm Cad-
tomw asm, by Prof.

lie Mr.A MU r tauk Lrf whoeame
up *P) C atom to neo their dauhter.


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As about halt the poeplatiob of
Omala, ldtng the Staes-four carrier
e.. Ighfaw to the Sunday school
l. there wltLbe no paper lssed
ftom this office tomorrow. When the
time comes that we can secure carrier
bo who are good enough to carry
papers and bad noug to stay away
how 00aday school, we win omit this
aunal break. The present Incumbents
are faithful little fellows, sd a Sun-
day sahtl" piealenicpes Joy unconfin-
ed for them.

Monday the following Invitations
were. ismed: "Mr. and Mrs. George
W. Martin request the pleasure of
I your qpmiany at the wedding reception
of their daughter, Jeemlu and Mr.
Willau di-enry Wilson on Wednesday-
evening, June the ninth, nineteen hun-
dred and nine, one hundred aud oue
Orange aw.vnpje. Oeala,. Florida."
This will be read with keen interest
by the boot of friends of this young
coap| 9her. marriiage will be the
culmination of a long and romantic
countshlp extenlg as far back as
the ti e whna h Martin %as a
member of the eleventh grade In our
high sechooL
Mim .Martin (a the oldest child of
Mr. and Mrs. George Martin, both of
whbo, 4re known by every one In Ma-
rion couVty and to score throughout
the fate, and han grown to woman-
hood bi Oeala and is kuown to all of
her parents' acquaintances and many
others. She is 4 very talented music-
Ian and has a clear sweet voice which
has delighted large audiences numer-
ousa tmes.
Mr. Wilson sent his early life in
Ocala and by the rapid promotions he
has worthily received as a railroad
man, It .Is clearly shown that he !s
fulfilling his Intended vocation.
The. Immediate families and rela-
tives and a Very few special friends of
Miss Martin apd Mr. Wilson will wit-
ness the wedding ceremony which will
take place at I o'clock. The wedding
trip will include an ocean voyage to
New Tork. short stop tIn Montreat,
Canada. Chicago, Seattle, San Pran-
cdeco, Colorado New Orleans and sev-
eral other citles. The following clip-
plag was taken from the Tampa
"Cards have been issued to the wed-
ding of Miss Jeaiflu Martin and Mr.
William Henry Wilson, June 9, at &
p. m. at the home of the bride's par-
ents, Orange avenue. Ocala. Fla. A re-
ception will be held after the ceremony
and the occasion will be one of the
most elaborate In the history of that
city. Miss Martin is a well known
young lady with a host of friend. She
is an secomplished musician and art-
lst and one of the prettiest of Ocala's
society favorites. Mr. Wilson is pas-
senger ticket agent of the Seaboard
Air Iqne In this city and a promising
1iailroad man. Hi...Alghly esteemed
by all who know hizi and .ongratulat-
ed upon wining., such. an' attractive
brijl. After an extended wedding trip
through ti' West, the couple will be
at ti t to their friends In Tampa, ar-
riHlhg In til hty about the middle'

Latest reports from Silver Springs
Junction are to the effect that the ne-
gro whose body was cut up by a pass-
ing trai the other night was shot as
bloW was found on the track some
distance from where the body was

. ztOWbS This
W'"WetT o One Hundfed Dollars -Re-

- canot be cured Hairs Cta'h
Cue .. ?., Chefey Co. "
We, the ahderslgned, have known
P. J. Cheney fr the last 15 years, and
belev him perfectly h notable In all
business traoaS'tlons and 4Metesty
able to cerqM ot any ob*gtlo- made
by his firm.
Waldin. Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggit, Toledo. 0."
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter-
aed mucoua utae of the aytem.
Testmonlals sent free. Price. 75e
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Halls Famlly Pgis for consti-

The negro killed at Weir Park the
other day and who was suspected of
killing Shelby NIx at Fivay ten daya
ago. was. on Investigation, found not
to be the man wanted. He had prob-
ably committed some other crime. is
he reipted arrest else he would not
have been killed.

rfull mi ot of every tem came of
I_ I ." I aRMA S
rla.nsb..- are asmply hbeuimtlhl
of the musdes, dua to old or damp
or haaat l..ast., neither of
whIch require any maternal treatment.
Anll that la needed to afford teltef I
thbe tre application of Chambelam a
UaLRIent and Ubeag ng the affected
pa eae apg eatlo.. Therean is
eor e 1samat about thie
tt The reTb ef from pat which
it aio. worth may timea
4emmti. 4
Don't forget this week the great
ebroldery and white goods sale that Is
oa all week at .He ston & Pasteur's.

Bele eads Sweets

Sbo Fro i a nalle

The Iuafr'ws Wife
b vwy careful about her churn. 16
scalds It thoroughly after using, and gives
It a son bath to sweeten itL he know
that if her churn i6 sour It will taint the
butter that is made in It. The stomach is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed pro-
eanm which are almost ezactiy like the
churning of butter. Is it not apparent
then that If this stomaeh-churn Is foul it
makes foul all which is put Into It?
The evil of a foul stomach Is not alone
the bad taste In the mouth and the foul
breath caused by it, but the corruption of
the pure current of blood and the diksem-
Ination of disease throughout the body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stomach sweet.
It does for the stomach what the washing
and sun bath do for thechurn-sabolutely
remoTeM every tainting or corrupting ele-
ment. In this way it cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores. or open eating ulcers and all
humors or disease arising from bad blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste IP
your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stom-
ach, constipated or irregular bowels, sour
Wr bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider-
able number of them, indicate that you are
Isuering from biliousness. torpid or Thzy
Irrwith the usual accompanying indi-
ord spe* and their attendant

will be readily proven to your satisfaction
ff you will but mail a postal card request
to Dr. t. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.. for a
9 copy of his booklet of extracts from
th standard medical authorities. giving
the names of all the Ingrdlients aP.'eriing
Into his world-famed medicines and show-
Ing what the most eminent medical mm
ef the ame sav of them.

Result of the See8nd. Primary for
Munieinal Offices


Thr, jur.':-:z serving this week In
criminal caseos are 3. M. SMaruha~ll, A
'~''.~-: .N". Blackbitrn. Summer-,
11w-id.' J. W. PT-IkAain.. Lynn'r. J. A
land. ('"e-7tk. W. B, LivirEst'1ma. LOWPll:
R. J. 'Thapmitw. Poie'kw,-:l: S. E. Smith.
Cconri,,r J c ~(-of'4':tr8. .and W
j .1.T I$,.!S I of.a LA.
~1e~H'-nrv BP'nn'-tt ,nd Jpe ~WiT-
1;.im!A w.-i- .*lfrst. ,ilirvg clothing.'
Bt-nnh e.iw;,,t-'land Villiatn'

Jo~L- c 'l~r-a wcus.,d of breaking
andl -?rinz. v. ;i.sw:Jttol.
v astried
f- r 4rim;r.,l i. tz;:. r.a !!;M at Kvn-
drieL ,.i and: ny.m! erp-nmt-nded,
to t!-ii '. e *' t (- jtur .
A f-j .I v. i r. wa *t drawn-n Ntnday
'And ..m -!. .r-.-d hy the sher-'
Tini--!.t '~.vas l-vot'-d to the,
-:a-, 4-f So'hn v n. ih..was tried for
hr. alkinzr anti rt-!r eiz an i a(iquit ted.
Jiflia (eryn, .! iNa~ 1-1,1for throwing
v ~or-t~it''! Alvr- int. the fMoo of an-
O.10- ~v 0'Win .:-A coflV;4t-d.

'Th ..urt :'.j'iurn..l until this fore-
I, oin tr s < ur. witmi s.,- in the Draft [
murdl r sa. *. hiih ,.v..*tc occurred a;
minth :4V, w v.t o"f Martin. wh-rein
Dratft's wif. an',il a rian by thp name
tof All, rt Sn ;th ;iar causedd (of thej
murd r.
'I'!T.- ;ir,,r> iin. t' I i.;'. : ririt n e'r case
are J. M. l irt:.cri. .1. W'. Pprkins. Of f,
S r;,k!.tml. J. : 1. ;; it. gMcDonald.
A. T..I M-l.a. E.. A P.lly. \W. Bi. Rob-
or'ts. J. J. M.1 \l t W. . Yongu'e.
A "I'r"-ys H. l". l;;)lo,'k andi '. L.
Sistrunk ;ar' r-;,',n ii:r"+ the dt-fenqe
in tihe lar.ift imu!!d r .,<... Attorney E
\V. Davi wiI l.ook 'l' the state's
Juilg' HBull-.wk halit. s.t asialo for use
(of the (* l'.red-l i' ,1. threet'-fourths of:
the main ftlo>r a:,iliz, was a gre:it man in Ira-l to the color-
+-d I,,',o,!,- :I'If1 the- ''t roem was we!l

filled ith~ -ctat~ws t"f h iz race.
Mir. Bi 't :o.lck #i' f IBrte k'silllw.
act as t'e'urt st."b-ograj~ht-r. W. ().I



LORETTO. (Near Mandaria) FnD

EBo"rding School for Boys Conducted by the Statera St. JNoeph. TY
l.ys fr'om 9 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained aiWig -xlIaL lIntel-
lectuaL Moral and Social Lines, Healthy Location, Ma. epa SwImming
Pool, Complete Equipment In Schoolrooms., Dormitoreks, Ditlag all H SU
Recreation Rooms.

Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.

St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida


Marion Hardwar


Doors, Paints, Builders Hardwa *M

Sash, Os8 Farm mp

Blinds, Varnishes Carpenters To -

Saw Mill, Phosphate and Turpentine Suppie '

Guns, Revolvers, Anution, Legggs, ng Couts, h i

State agents for and carry in stock Im eme

and Gasolene Engines of the International Harv b

Company. *".

American and Elwood Field Fence.

H. B. CLARKSON, General Managet
,, ,,, , .:


kin, is ii ffeI. 'tit" wpk. The' trial
wvill ',eculky the i t (of thp week.

S. Jordan was nominated mayor of Colds and rip we qite -reva- ---- I
Jacksonville yesterday, winning over lent last inter Cham r s Pe,,sion and County Uniformity Bills
the puasent holder of the office. by a Cough Remedy was in great demand Being Pushed Along
majority of 334 votes. and performed some remarkable cures. TI-. halee May 6.-The -house e-
J. B. Dodge was defeated for con- s r Robinson of Cameron i. ah -ee. May 2".-The house re
foil-. hit I T w TI ., e n Ma y obinson, o C nameron. !son bill
troller by L. T. Gregory. and E. P. say: Last nt I was h o yesterday to third read-bill
Douglass, the present city marshal t n w ith one of the awfuiest colds passed vsterday to third read-
was defeated by E. H. Haddock. A. 0. I ever had in my life. I could not TIhe 'ash hill. N. 705. regulating
Wright was named to succeed himself, speak above a whisper and was very prmai s an.d requiring worn stulate-n
as judge of the municipal court. hoarse. I %a s afraid It was going to! ;,.,xt: of election expenses and allow-
be pneumonia. I took one bottle of!jii. no ,person tn pay another's cam-
Beautiful Hne ot new em Chamberlain's Cough Remedyb %ndu in e.nse. was indefinitely post-
.. three days was lots better and could 1 avot of 46 to 16.
broideries just received M at talk. I did not take but the one bot-' I'he house also passed Doke'.
tle and it cured me. I now tell every- Tv inif.mrltv of text books bill by a
Masters', at redu-ed prices, body about Chamberlain's Cough *,,to. f to b'6.
this week. R' y and th" "goal it didnl" tlh huses are 3iow working fast
i and hard.
PANO. AND I OLINRECITAL COLORED EXCURSION FRIDAY i t-nat-r l roome's bill fixing the lia-
T "j Union Psatl,i. s'choi., clontl ili'ity of railroad companies having
A plano and violin recital will be *f t.1 ht" will itv' a ii ni. and x- ri f "te;;artme'nts was the subject of
gen by "the p upils of Miss Mary Con 1.rj i t, Sentth ILak, Wetr. where the: a lonr ind animated debate in the
poor's music class at thi armory Fri- Frie. XV t" i.- S',nate.
8ay night. May 28th, at 8:15 o'clo-k. i Isy. May2 Nt1. T1, et.Xcisin) will
All friends and those Intere-ted it -leavev Oal 'i i a. n:. ,ve-r the Sta- YCUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS
music are invited to attend. lard and tifor b. cents he as wela oler women.
I'o1" l 'lli n l ta .ltlf oc I-tI for adults foi. ,; ... ." .
; "ieirn til. i. ..btt. .1 a--t fu brt al ieft uck ele and prompt
.................rond..u.. ..I. amD.' rea )r. King's New Life Plh,
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC .ill be(' cai"el ::1I IIs ot, al uA-nemt the world's best remedy for sick and
Tickets for the union Sunday school g r assir-nervous headaches. They make pure
picl nic on Thursday. 27th. will be hon A h. blood, and strong nerves and build up
sale the Jay before, the 26th, at the A SMILE your heath. Try thee t a
titv *irbk nt ff ic ,, ,.,,lh, tl, druggists.

that day and avoid the rush.


the merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would .never, suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumnatcl trouble. $1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by arugglits
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St.
Louis, Mo:
Ten years experience. References,
any music teacher in Ocala. any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf
Offers its services and superior work-
manship 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 can
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a call.


in IM Ym N 1M

The W. C. T. U. has the privilege -if
supplying the union picnic crowd
at South Lake Weir May 27th with
refreshments. The ladies will serve<
ice cream. lemonade, soda water and
hot coffee.

If you desire a clea complexion
take Poley'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 feel 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-

is a pretty hard thing to accomplish,
when you're blue, bilious and out of WHERE WE FALL DOWN
sorts. There Is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver com- A Former Floridian Learns Why
plalnts-constipation and dyspepsia. o F. W
Ballard's Herbine Is mild. yet abeJ- Products Don't Always Bring
lutely effective In afl cases. Prle 50c Top Prices
per bottle at the Anti-Monopoly Drug. T P
"+ P. P.'owell. former editor of ihe
store_ St. Petersburg Independent, who re-
S-t-ntly left here for California. stoppeJ
!ong enough on his way to St. Louis
FI IAN F tPA K PIllf t" vislt several commission houses
RELIANCEL SPARK rLUuU there and iAvestiga:e some m-ters
-S.-rk in the Water" that ought to be of particular Interest
t< o the fruit and vegetable shippers of
Reliance spark plugs produce a Florida. In a communication which"
more intense. spark than any other appeared in the Tampa Tribun-. Mr.
!plug. Takes lI,.s lb:tt'ry oew,.r :han Poewell ayF:
any other plug. Anr absolutely soot "I have spent two morning a the
proof. Arv absolutely proof against commission house district and In-er-
carbon in any form. Are adapted for viewing vendors of fruit at their
use in both air and'o)oled mo- stands.s. I have learned a number of
tors. things:
DFirst-Florida grapefruit Is supe-
HI-UP Dry Batteries. Tire Repair rior to California grapefruit. It has the
Outfits, Shebler Carburetors, Whitn3.y I call. notwithstanding the California
Chains. fruit is brighter, cleaner. is wrapped
and labeled.
Don't tl'rovw away your old inner a' eclnd That Florida oranges
tubes and casing. can .ulcanize would be preferred if they had a more
them. marketable appearance. .
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING LONE 'a'llfoornia fruit comes In ventilat-
S'-d hoxe-; Florida in closed boxes. Cal-
PROMPTLY AT REASONABL i :r::i:i b roxs come, with top lid belih-
'1;:' florid. i with a flat, top. Califor-
PRICES n,:, ile.e :Qre. full. Florida the fruit
:'att'-s. ('Illfornia fruit Is all we!l
AI A IR N WrRK nil the box.s are all stamped on
oUALA IRON W lRI KSv hith ends. top and sides. Florida
OCALA FLORIDA oranges are- stamped with a rubber
stamp on one end. if stamped at all.
I have been unable to find a stamp
,in thousands of boxes of grapefruit I

All' careful
womr en Use

Sworinii who Buffer f rom se-
veraheaiacei.andall (Iisea-


The quality you want. and that's
always dependable, brings good re- ,
aults. A business is often Judged
by its mtationery-if we've supplied
yours there'll be no cause for un-
easiness over the verdict The
pocketbook argument of our sup-
plies is as unanswerable as their
quality is unassailable.

I -~ A


have examined.
-I found grapefruit scaley-scratch m i
off the scale and a rotten spot is to be
found on the skin. Why is the fruit
not scraped of the scale before tie
Florida Fruit the Best j
"'Every commission man said that
Fiorida frtlit was the better, but you
eou'd not make the buyer believe it ON
Son account of the condition of the
fruit. One large dealer said: Tou o library S
Fi lorida people should learn California 5up a.~
ways of packing-you cannot get the it i
best trade to put such fruit as that .Armrrs ='
S on th7ir table" He pointed to a box Af r-.r's r3ta
of oranges that looked like culls. Arnar.wr'sI.u
"Tomatoeq are coming through in aL W,-teWA
fine shap, in baskets. They are find- calmuset Paku
ing a ready market- at top prices. IIea.-.. Keorn
S"('abbage Is moving in carload lots du h,
. brisk-ly. quality fine. packing bad. Iated
"I saw a carload of Sanford Celery KaiSb e
h-* , was fit to buried. The dealer
' eaid that he- would not realize enough
n- t." e r to pay freight charges. Thb SeIda6etg x |
E^ !, 1 16 j*_ ^ .

wto Get Library Slips -
Psazevwdwoidihwe~dwrod--- ALIAuy
PCa sa evach 6w of sPw.p cutmit out a"
A! IboecpackDWIv tWh e UoCW~ig pFOdts
= 9-ani of Canm- ~IeMuf; Auovers P94tted mdDsId WON
I. SlicedI rzq; u; &ZWrW5 Fl 0CC f ei; Axroews6aIWMW Ssd;
'deaI 9etvi-funt- rLye (1 ,.4a~rctut).-bnnucr CM m deel 2ma
F a-& s v PwlDutch) Cmcai.-UandskysO A Urn.k

Ktks, 11-0 Otu1'?n 1 ITB-0 r~cs-ersa-m
Osleu FIXg UaLo.&, )&a im5 ubt&1.~d51gi
,-JeZ.O IxeCream rJ Jer.-iUcnntnI6 lalcuninPwe.U
mg. Iooe such BRilumelMt. PlA X Ktractthe -%"TsL
tmeCr~sm.-Pro-p';y-2ac-ba Touth Dr oC..4WmGhn
1. -Cre --Z (ostegSup. Sny Y
owtao Gther lips OF, ~LAM.Y %8-0
~ U~d@Sin 2 -1n haCWeL

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Be bottled i Bond

One Quart $1.00

Four Quarts $.5O

Delivered $8.75

This is a choice, High Grade

Private Stock Rye Uk

and we FIly Garake it to

be as good an any bottled inI

bond whiskey on the market,
that is sold for $1.50 a quart.

TI ImcIL & SON co.



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We Sell Them a Easy Terns


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I will buy a!l kinds o,f
Tin, Lead, Rubber. Bagg
IB~llers. Rails, Etc., whet
highest price in cash for
what you have and wmer



1The Star man saw the pdans ,i
-- ~(Wala's new opera house yesterday in
th'. office of the architect at Mclver &
Eagles meet this eveninC MacKay's. The building will be fairly
handsome. quite Imposing and most
d Men rmeet tomorrow nighr. (,onvenilnt for the purposes. There is
not money enough available to make
REXALL s artistic looking a building as we
,Mr. R.ld wish. but the interior arrange-
at the. Montezuma. m ent will b splendid. The stage is
very large and the seating arrange-
S-cialf sale this w-ek at baxes galleries. entrances, ex-
& S tal sur's. itcs. et.. are all well planned. Ther-e
wiNl a large ticket office, with col-
Mr. A. C. Butt.-rwvkk .f Dunn-llon ;. or-m l and whit approaches, a refresh-
at th,- Mntzuma. ment r nm., etc. While a one-story
building in the interior, it will be of





I T C Fay T frfS Try that Perfecto Smoker at th. th ht-ightt of a three-stury building
<'.,u't Pharmacy. It's a good one. which will give ample room for the
S plans. The stage will be used as .n
aM *-.. Aa __ & Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Wobb of Ztibh.r I lodg" room for the Masons, un"dr
Men .L AuthK.ruTlu- os. ho. auspices the building Is to be
Srected It will be located, it Is
SWr Plank's hill Tonic guaranteed thought. on the county lot. between
cure chills and fever. 25 cents. th, arm-ry and the Star office and
r l --w -ill be about 65xl00 feet. The build-

ARK,> EANA E |D-Land. is a guest of the (lcala Hons.- tual w ork will commence on it very

t Limead from fresh I da lim EAGLES WILL GO TO UNNELON
ylj a C 1 1[Afl0Y at the Court Pharmacy. EAGLES WILL GOTO DUNNELLON
Dr. J. H. Willi!, of Quinyv is at he The tEagles' minstrel will go to Dun-
(Ocala House. n.ll4on tomorrow afternoon and give
their minstrei show there at the opera
S or doses will cur an ea hu tomorrow night. There are 25
THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES ot Chills and Fever. Price 25e. ;- rformers in the minstrel and a num-.
I -r of others will accompany them.
and taste i." sweet. That's why Schles-. baseball will be played in Ocala on '"he minstrels have been well trained.
ing and owney's Candies n June 2nd and 3rd. many rehearsals have been held and
Inger's and I.owne's Candles In half t' T show will be strictly first-class.
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure Engineer Witter has a run from The troupe will hold a full dress re-
SJacksonville to St. Petersburg. hearsail tonight at the armory theater.
confections these; flavor delicious. Our This organization has complete equip-
e-onfectionery is free from adultera- Mr. Frank Hall of tast ake. wa. in m'nt andl uniforms for every member
town today on business. :id it oot a lot of money to put on
tion. It Is wholesome and healthfuL th.- show. If they do not succeed. It
Bfery kind of cgnfectlonery here. H E X A LL L will not be for the lack of a good show
S-- ;:n, fine appearance on the stage.
Fruit,. (old Drinks. cigarss and News-, Notic: our advertisement of s|Ieclali Minstrels Will Go to Gainesville
pa pers. sale all this weeir. H,-lv'nston & Th.-e -agl.'.s minstrels will show In'
at' P.tur. (G;tin'vill. in Raird's new opera house
on o hday night. May 31st. From
AT BALLARDD'S I Mis 'loi~ne Miller is spending sev- there they will probably go to Palatka
I eral weeks at Lake Weir the gu.-st of and show in the handsome new opera
S-iss Edith Williams. house in that city on Tuesday night
l RC. Davis & Co., of Jacksonille. AUTO BUSINESS IN OCALA
twill sell any make of second-hand
METAL AND JUNK typewriter upon easy terms If desired The- automobile industry in Ocala in
r Junk-Iron. St.,I. Brasz. I'olpr. Zinc. :l. aJust beginning to flourish, notwith-
uing n barrels. Leather. Etc.; old Engines. The Oeala House has 36 arrivals standing the fact that Ocala now has
herg barrsondathrnd ET..r ald Inghnes. ye.terd:ty. Almost ame. Write ond-hand r scrn and let a y te big house now occupie.d very night j at..moblles than any city of her size
e it is located. in the- south. Messrs. Knight & Lang
We have the nk-ce-'t line of hair will soon have in a car load of the
o brushes, combs and other toilet arti- spl'.ndid high whet I sutos. like the one
MARKET AND LAUNDRY, OCALA, FLA cles In the city. Tydings & Co. they recently .s;, to .Ir. Bob Munro-.
I iof Anthony. aj. Matsrs. Mclver &
__ M f-srs. lW. A. Yongue and ('. L MacKay will soon have a large stock
S.'Thl'n tf Fairfld :re guests of i.c.f another inuk,( of automobiles, aboutI
.Montezuma. thte .:'le :-rl ..rice of the Buick, and
will continit. to carry the machines
R. C. Davis & Co., oft Jacksonville. They r ipr',aring too rebuild and en-
handle silk t.tewrlter ribbons. .5e. ,r ",:,. ,r f h. big warehouse's in the
'ha: 17 ',A r,-r dozen er aro ,f th:s..: tre.. the first floor of
n~hi'h will h. ,'.mnted and built es-
..:. . A.Trer.,e e iof .ll.- .-viv, v w- ,,.. I rr- ;n a ttomf(bil-s display
.,,t 0th1 tluzufmn last nihelit ani it- r,.,m. The Ocala #;as Engine Works.
i*:.,lai the mn- ting of the Elks. h t .th-.r l.t of liek, on the way
L-o ; d :.. i nlm a.r ,f Inudividuals have cars
I n e o m~n trp e 11-- :. ,- P

len Burford. who has tcircumnavIgated
the globe since his last visidt hoe,
ad Miss Jean Austin, a student a&
Washington Seminary. were honorees
last evening of a bowling party, given
at the down town alleys by Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Mote. at which they enter-
tained eighteen of their young friends.
On arriving. Mrs. Duval served a
delicious and refreshing lime appell-
naris, after which the bowling tour-
nament began, with Ensign Burford
and Mr. Haris, Jr.., as captains. The
enthusiasm was of the highest mark
during the entire game, which resulted
favorably for Captain Burford's side.
Mr. Harris scored the largest number
And Miss Sue Anderson excelled qll the
The Jolly tournament ended by an
invitation from the host and hostess
to go to the Court Pharmacy. I

Miss Merry, for several years the ef- delicious peach Ice cream, with care-
ficlent teacher of the primary grade of mel and sponge cake. was served. At
the school at Micanopy. and Miss Myr- each place was a beautiful rose, a
!tie Stokes. a very pretty young lady white one for the boys and a pink for
of the sam<. pretty town. are guests the girls.
of Mrs. J. M. Liddell at Santos. They) Of the many delightful and lovely
attended commencement exercises in parties given this season none have
j'Ocala. Miss Merry is an aunt of Wal- been jollier and more thoroughly en-
ter Liddell, one of the graduates. joyed than the one given by Mr. and
Mrs. Mote in compliment to three of
! Miss Pauline Peace has resigned her Ocala's favorite society members.
position with the Ocala News Co.. to The guests included besides the hoon-
take effect after this we.-t. It is al-: ores Misses Sara Davis, Hope Robin-
I ways a treat to buy goods from Miss snm, Fannie Robinson. Sue Andersen,
- Pauline and she will be missed by the Annie Atkinson. Messrs. Robert An-
lpatrons of that popular store. d, reon. Frank Harris, Jr., Clarence
M *ffert. Sam Teague. Carlisle Ilatr.
Last night was a busy one withW Ien Todd, Julian Rqblinsonm. Iion
I Tulula Lodge I. 0. 0. F. Mr. P. B.j r-lot. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duval, M'
'owi*e received the first degree and i Efird of Leesburg, Mrs. Burford and
Messrs. Osteen. Hendrix. Coleman, Mrs. Austin.

.~s. -1 -.h.. t i. .. tl." t r c, olKrae. rfor. j Trantham. Yonee and Marlow were'
eRr. Dea isIg"') gi-ven the second. D
r. J. A. Pittman w. rat o. -- Prof. James Madison Chapman. re- gains i
r ... tm I' .. W r Yn returned Monday cently president of Wabash Collegei
ltr tl.,- t, visit tI Ptt.' :tm',Int i fr*i' a and most de- Cra wfirdville. Ind.. and a lecturer t!wahiteg
famil.. li-thitfu; triR, tin his litth- Maxwell ~U- high reputation, is in the city, a guest
tTo th Lndi: bi al -f t Lile. Mr. Yang left (wala at early of the Campbell House.
o -,. h I.ries ad Dbit, ae-ars. oLfs tit dayight Suindv. ent to, Dunnellon.
l h:.i ,lr , Pa su. 1.s.*:In.. m il::oIverness and Crys- LOVELY
Stl k fllven,,t & Pa tal t i .he.r.1 h:E was joined by THERE IS MORE CONVICTION
i r: Ruth Junes of Ior vi ea eame o, we is Matti on -'. ofut Tsbirgd a Th hm
thisaftternoon to visit Mr Tom Jtito nD. sst thar nigg y.lo ntg l:ady wh is vis- hani Switzerland
Seash.r at Masts'. itig ~ ist r. Mrs. Will Harnage at ,ia single gallon of tr than in aa were the cli
Crystal River. Fron Crystal they wholebarrel of talk. ly three
S" e-r, delighted to hear that Ju0lge otpalt to Hompo.4say and back to Crys- One gallon ofMrs. larel
0 y40ne'a,+ nd;tlon is very much im- tal. and M eniay afternoon Mr. Yonge In the d
M .:1mne home., stopping at Dunnellon. Davis 100 per cent hall. where
wThe M ontezum a whIere he took on Mr. C. E. Winston, cutls
.t..u.nelon..Dais-erPu cent en whpai
R.-. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville. wl-o had, li.ssod his train, and brought yellow ast
Swil sll any make of second-hand him aom. The distance covered was the guest
w rfTer ul o any make of .scond-hand 2'.0 mniles and the roads in places were will convince you more thoroughly and 1ed them a
dedi P r tyrwriter upon easy terms If ire. hrible on accut of the dry weather. more quickly than a whole column in, which was
SSheriff arter ob Inve rn es. wa up cr. Young. ha; not a particle of trou- this paper. games. Chm
today. He llha-eC r v o blb.. esnite the fact that he put the Ifyou want the est and are open cut gla
RM eSmew M, an b En lyu a er ood todayIn the. tllhyaree ahisintyn on little t.X to. th-sm most severe tests. toconvincing PROOF- Four pro
t ae Tho ad o mber 30. oi, ba on yar hf o dow: score
SMr. Norton Davis. who as been at 14OUSE FOR RENT Try Davis. dividual bri
/ 'DIJa nald Fraser during tihe past term. For rent an e.gnt-room residence and Atkns
has returned home for hi vacation, well located on south Third street Davis 100 per and on the
Appl to F. W. Ditto or to Gy Toph. Davis 100 per ent Pure Paint will handsomee
Sn s toilet waters. perfumes at the Montezuma hotel.o Guy Toph stand the test of the most rigid Pure of pink. I
aps and powders. none better or Paint Law. For sale by the Marion lovely pri
IAW RATES had to ,ptemtwr 30. on payment ot mru de-liihtful, at the (o'urt Pharm- TO HE MELON BUYERS o Hardware Company. Ocala. Fla. beautiful g
4 vs-te I fee of $1. ae. 5- I have thirty acres fine melons. Will pearls and
SMADOADl AIR .07 M20 i -Nashville. Tenn- and return, be- ready to load by the 1st of June. dainty a
l N. C., and retu account Peabody College summer em Iwant f. o b. buy r. CIGARETTE COUPONS WANTED Assstes d
SAsbe tl N. C., and retur school for teachers and Vanderbilt Sp ial rices in embroid S. H. Cauthen. Several hundred cigarette coupons Adertt n.
-soes nt National Asociation T Biblical Institute. Tickets on sale ery and white goods, this Candler. Fla., May 10, 1909. wanted. Apply at once to "Coupon." Ande
P. A. of America. Tikets on sale June 7, 14, 15, 1I, 2 -9 and 30. Star office. cream in c
May 2 29 and 30. Final iinit Final imift 15 days from date of sale, week at Masters'. Don't fail HORSE STOLEN was p based
20 days from but not including but' by depositing tickets with spec- .t H e n stolen Satd night about Mr. and Mr W. A. Pelot and Miss The morn
Of rsle. I l agent Nashville not later than 15 to e them fore hying Hrse stomalen Saturdarky night about 8 Dora it eft night for tes was de
,@ijsllle, Ky.,e return sfrom date otsalce. xtensonm lowing who
S e Kl An etr 4 fo date of sale.extension sewhere. brand on right hip, low down: had c.ow near Arcadia, where Mr. Pelot owns a o
accble Order. Nobl essi of the Mys- ay be had to September 30, on a Txas saddle with two girths. L- farm including a very fine orange Kopp.
Arabic Order. Nobles of the tys^ oiea t ft f fee of $. eral reward will be paid for the rh- grove. Weathers. I
tie ShWine. Tickets on sale June! For full information and sleeper A pew floor is hl ing put In Tydings turn of said animal to Samuel Jacobs .on.Carrie
6. St 7 aud 8. Final limit June reservations call on any agent Sea- & Company's drugstore, the sills hav- York. Fla. 5-19-t Mrs. I. A. Bu ford has obtained a Alice Bulle
Yr FlL, 1" in 9--0 M".90.a.write u spagBu of
1, O0.board or write to'S. C. Boylston, Ing rotted. A singular part of this de- cottage at Lake Weir and Thurdey Lula Burfor
$8TAD Asheville, N. C., and return. Ast Gen. Paus. Agent; Jacksonville, cay comes from the fact that all the FIRE WOOD--FRE WOOD she will go down. accompanied by Mir dertan Mnd
t ntnUonl onv Fla. or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T. root in the.. ills extends from the cen- Burford. Ensign Burford, Miss Jean Drake d
1ane an d 8tea.Tickets on A., Ocala, Fla. ter of the floor to the south wall. We have a large sdppy ft fire wood, Austin. Miss Sara Davis, Miss Il1ce'
Jue 1 nal 1909i both pine and oak, fireplace and stove Bullock dainty little Agnes Burford. BR
JStn A ants, 190. an return REXAL L fJlr brushes, tooth brushes. hav- lengths. Good seasoned Wood. and Sam and Wileny Burford. Thi MIs Ed
eI4. Atanta, Gas. an' return* c- r th brushes, military brushes, nail A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR congenial crowd will participate in the hostess of
nt. American Associeation of Climax Mosquito Canopies and metal brushes. We have them all and an delivered, cash. Call at factory or enjoyments of a house party until noon meet
Optians. on sale June frames, best for the home. or can be Attractive line. The Court Pharmacy 'PHONE 170Geo. GILES & CO. Tuesday. Club.
S and 20. Flnal limit June 2 packed like a fih'ng rod to carry o- (The drugstore on the square.) There we
l ,camping trip. 4 .25. $1.u9 and $1.98 at HOME FOR SALE Miss Lucy Haley and Miss Susie and those
ITN Asheville, N. C.. and return. the Globe. 5-19-dw Mr. H. B. Foy. Jr.. of High Springs. :e of te mot comfortable and Fort left yesterday for Daytona Beach play with
a.ouInt Dramatic Order Kaights 1____ now enjoying a visit to Washington Let located medium sized homes in where they will be the guests for a Mrs. Harve
iCht rnasn. blenialn meeting. D. '. 1ir. Foy lived in Ocala two tilt. city. close In and on best street, i few day iof Mrs. J. B. Wilcox and Miss cheil and
bon al Jutly 8. 9, 109. and .years and during that time was the offe-red for sale. completely furnished Mamle Wilcox. before leaving Florida gressions
.-M pbnat .. and return. efficient deputy county clerk. or without furniture. House is In for their homes in Tennessee-igame a
account Interstate Cotton Seed Climax Mosquito Canopies and metal bst of a condition and has all modernitto. Mrs. H. C. Sely, who has been vii;- been double
Crushaers Association. Tickets on frames, best for the home, or can be Apply to W. D itto. ing her daughter. Mrs. A. C. Cobb. Mixes won
sale May it. 17 and 18. Final limit packed like a fishing rod to carry on a A CARD turned yesterday to her home at Al- lace fan. de
'May 22. 190* ., camping trip. $1.25. $1.39 and $1.98 at actha spangled.
WI-D --nver. Ceo.. and retare, ac- the Globe. 5-19-dw This is to certify that all druggists hand-embro
conGtueneral Asably Presbyter- are authorized to refund your money Mrs. Lee Lytle of Birmingham. Ala. of the host
lan church of U. 8. of America. Prof. J. H. Workman will remain -n if Poley's Honey and Tar rails to cure who spent the winter on Lake Weir Assisted
Tickets on sale May 16, 17, 18 and -Ocala until the middle of June. th'n your cough or cold. It stops the after witnessing the closing exercises zier served
1t. FPinal lmit to reach original proceed to Gainesville toe teach in the cough, heals the lungs and prevents of the high school, left for home yes. -salad court
starting point October 31. summer normal school. -re going to) pneumonia and consumption. Con- terday I with nuts
--Uvassau h, Ga., and return, ac- his home at Southside. Tenn., fer the tains no opiates. The genuine is in a eaves oi
count General Assemby Presbyter- Mn ummer. yellow pactr, e. gold by all drugglats. Mr. Heron Todd was able to take a sandwiches.
tan chqrcb ln United States. Tick-ST short drive yesterday afternoon which cream and
ets on s l2ea 17. 18 and 19. PInal The prescription department is th, SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS hwill bot Jereyful news to his many friends be and-t
1 mt main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy who have been so uneasy concerning while
516.*-Memphik, Tenn. and return., reliability. promptness and nPure, dru Those wishing extra early break-h.,.whi.ioa n

fail to see the bar-
i embroideriet and
goods this week at

nsing Miss Frieda Kopp of
and Mrs. Clifton Camp
arming honorees of a love-
ble bridge party given bI.
ce Camp.
Inling. room and reception
the ttabs were placed were
cases and-b howls Ailed with.
urtiums and dahlias -, As
arrived Miss -Bttman serv-
very refreshing fruit panch,
also passed during the
ocolate and white umiits, in
dishes were on each table.
gressions were made and
tallied on artistic little in-
dge cards. Misses Anderson
on held the highest scores
cut Miss .Anderson won a
rhite gause fan with a touch
'he honorees were given
.s, Miss Kopp's being a
old pin set with many little
Mrs. Camp received -three
by her two little daughters,
Nina, Mrs. Drake and Mrs,
Mrs. Camp served peach
ut glass dishes with which
delicious cake.
ling with this popular bos-
lightfully spent by the tol-
were invited to meet Miss
es Ethel Robinson. Rather
Edith McGuire, Annie Mix-
Williams. Frances Anderson,
ek, Annie Atkldson. Mrs.
rd of Tampa, Mrs. R. L. An-
s. M. J. Roess and iMrs.
Mrs. Lloyd.
la Dozier was the lovely
the regular Tuesday after-
of the Young Ladles' Bridge
ere three tables of played
Invited by the hostess to
the club were Mrs. Doaler,
y Clark, Miss Grace Hat-
liss Etta Hood. Two pro-
rere made and two of. the
ed were intensely Interest-
& "no-trump" hand having
ed several times. Miss Anne
the club prise, an equilsite
elicately shaded in pink and
The visitors' prise, a dainty
oldered linen collar, work
es,. was won by Mrs. Clark.
by Mrs. Seligaman. Miss Do-
an attractive and delicious
me, consisting of tomatoes
and mayonaise on violet
es. pickles, wafers and egg
. This was followed by ice
two kinds of cake. M1ed
rere placed on the tables
ng and greatly enjoyed.

- -i,

Miss aasby's pupils w give their
piano recital this W eveatg I thOeaia
House parlors.
Mr. James H. Ddlard of New Odluls
was in town this mnsi -n* s Iwg
Supt. J. H. BriaseM about sefg a
teacher for the Ibustrial deputat
of Howard Academy. Dr. DhO d to
dean of the Tulane Ualvhelty at New
Orleans, chairman oft it mt
committee. He was In Galesiete
liver an address before the in t
of .ortda. Dr. Dmleu t a ea B tIs
of the work oft distrmbstag theim Jem
fund for the mo tlmto of In MO A
education among the cOloed sm

The Montezuma hotel had a .-
vals yesterday and there were so ma
regular boarders In the hoas that the
proprietors were put to their wits t4
to and places for them to seop.
Mrs. B. George, Mrs. A. e M e. i
and Miss Bereace MeBrtde of s e .-
riston. were guests of the Ocala ~Bs
yesterday. -

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mathi. Mr. W. .&
Johnson aqd Mr. J. L.Strebetlel of U a
well, 8. C, are gests of the 0"
House. Mr. Matl wil be hsro --
some time handle. maki aa n& *".
taloupes. ..- .
W Prce.w C.uae, o-". C i- Ow
many years a resident of 0 Issaie-a
one of the Pt popular t vMag -
who ever traveled the staths,. st the -";-"
Ocala House. Mr. Price was Itmsrut
a citizen of Oealb.

There is no better stoek oeCte
writing Dapers in the city te -
carry. Come in anad look t or Ift
you want something really ilee. T-
dings & Co.
Mrs. S. H. Blitch Mims Ldgi A d
-Masters Landis and Ia4 @W h
same in this aneraseft .3s 'e
City. where they haav bee an aSin
the.mmmehemm et at...
Ilmbla.College. "
The Ocala. ltldren who be10 g to
the various mlemi ale s oa the city.
were In a tamult of edeltmaeat tedsy
to get ready for Miss Wartmenass oe*
HItal this, afternoon and eveoaI a"d
Miss Gamsby's tos ght, while the pu
pils of the Misses Cnmmor are equally
busy getting ready for their recital at
the armory Friday night.
Look over our line ofe tet prep-
arations. We are quite proad Oe the
fine stock. Perfules, powders nd-
soaps of the ner grades. Tydls &
Miss Sarah McCreery, the beloved
assistant principal of the Oal igh
School. will be in Oeala several weeks
yet, so that sheMcan ret d e
herself as the guest of her Ariends.
Miss Meta JewetL Then she will i-
turn "to Nashville. TeN., to spend the

Phone us. We will sed for sad
deliver your prescriptl The Csrt
Pharmacy. '(The ugpoe on the
Mr. J. Zenas Preston, of Jaeks
state agent for the Reoyal Typewriter
was In town yesterday, a guest eof et

So" WAw Time
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The lovers of real tM se Waler
and fce go1 eas aeus d the
wt forthwm. Woe ain at que
whiekhi why We W t t agmemb-

Mr. Roy Riagan came up from
Brooksville yesterday to attend to
business and visit his friends In Ocala
He attended last night the meeting of
Tulula Idge 1. 0. 0. P.. of which he
is a member.
Mr. C. P. Moore of Mount Olive,
Miss. was a welcome visitor to Tulula
Lodge I. 0. 0. F. last night.
Miss Grace Glover of Gainesville has
been in the city during commencement
the guest of Mins Mary Gates.
There are some fine subjects at the
Air Dome this evening. "Betrayed by
'a Handwirint is a whole novel in itself.
and two others are also worth seeing.








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6y Oa.I Ru*s is CaNmssquis of o

Oala Rimes Compay A. Mee"ad me.
meant Infatry. F 8.
Ocal, lu May 2th. 1i0.
S ORD= NO. 6
An election for captain a"d sIl&
vacancy a election may enss, e-r.
ed for Thursday. May 27th, I at 6
p. EL
Lieut. Duan is detailed to eondeat
the election at Dvio*.-lb D-aibe
platoon will vote at DueMalo and
Ocala platoon at Ocala.
This election is autborbed by lotted
from the adjutant general under date
of May 22. 199.
By order of GeoA. Nah. pt.
2nd lnfty. P. 8. T., Comiy. PoLt.
Owing to the Mim Counmes' rental
Friday night and the fact that that
they have on several occasionss sewed
the band, and out of respect and apple
elation of this fact. Mr. Albeit Germ.
director of the band. announces that
there will be no band concert on FPr-
-day evening.
SMiss Mary Eliabeth Burford, who
was graduated last Wednesday from
BeRlmont frillefe W0211 unho-- AS- &

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Anomim lbme

-'tA MA:4m

L ICE%`3'-.

A speeWiM eetbg (oin0009Arnie
N.. 11,F is caUli k ti
.Pvth ky 3tkatyemft'M
AdR mhows ftqumdoito b& prmgnk'.
as ~ ther d i Imss ofmmch gtwa
sicetibe attem" oft.
W. C. Now. ars, -.


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p-Ib iJbZCo Kitchen


.6M, beiug dtw perfect sove for summer use is just =s efficient
fhr yw *nmad ue. Does anything any other stove will do. It
is bbk juit like ithe modem stel coal range with a CABINET
TOP that makes it possible to keep food warm after itis cooked.
Made i- dres size. Sold either with or with-
ea Cabimt Top. If not at your dealer's
our i nsss agewcy.

a- sulasum-

a hsdomim lmp.
far b bnwiash mellow igbt. Just
wt oaed foreveag reading or to hlri
d- dia-om.k If aot with your d amgerneM tap-cy.

u-" cswalige)



L ading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida

As Imie usdik Idlabe Wamlo, oks, Cars
C-ulige- HrIIa at d -en.
u M Sai"mLop a hekWhips, ad AM al M.
wrii by a bOrdl~m bne d sb bbli b hl In pa-
E*s ~O kbe ulwi, adl way I slck d at e very

l ame n wn m my m ywr motOaus. k bey
hrpw miL
P- trmt I ft leaita -4 kebt eakes .o
nmmad1 ImokL'

ibt OitNSred Smt.ALl. FLUMA


Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Muteuo, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Swage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnipe, Beets
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions


Phone 108

Clity Marke~t

- ---- - -- V ~

I I Get Well

t youaumaicekyonwish togetwelU,don'youe
t1 Ofowne you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and
Id if ,and be happy again.
SOur ilnes s caused by female trouble, you
an the right remedy to get welL It's
Si Thdihs Ogreat medicine, for wuomu, has re-
ieved or cured thousands of ladies, w1 erg lkM
yo from some female trouble.

For Women's ls
I1a I 1aebk o J .ArL, suffered ag fw
70M Bwinuledwabo OsardL, Shewrit: wMas1sic drt
S. srMeUMs gllbo troub. very month I would vey nearly
S.di w mybi d andbu Iba I in 12 bottles Cardui and wa
-a a( mG4gdsurongwo.- Try a

Low Rates to Tampa



The only li.ople who hLa< pi.i. .'f
money are thooe wh.o ii' -I ttH
Pretty clothes are n.-es-:try '. i
woman unless she can t ,-'t Ii -,.

How do you expect to en-
dure the broiling days of
summer if you prepare ll
the food over a glowing
coal fire?
You need a "New Per-
fection" Oil Stove that
will do the cooling with-
out rooking the cook. It
concentrates plenty of heat
under the pot and diffuses
little or none through th

The waysy some people t!:,i. < :*'
help wondering If they ai',- !...ti fri i:
at so much per word.
It Is bard to put y1,!f ini ti-
place, and then, too, it iiili im."
rass him

have restored to health are to be found almost everwlhe. Thee's scdy a
some. Look them up. Interview them. They are living, walking, active hu6

For Dr. Pierce's Fanily Medicti
er~-7 j^^^^^^l

You can believe your neighbors. Therefore ask them.
if similarly afflicted-only give them a good, fair trial. ,

Whatge en iv

It's a good, sound, common sense policy to e a facmt r o Jf W aW* QCMWSnfl m w
neither alcohol nor habit-forming draws. The t W m of doma
tious physicians, follow this fidlcioum rse f act~ Tfg -J-b- -r "7i T eb glmkI
cinfe, endrse the Ingredients cornpos*IMT Dr. Pct's -asis. Tl e a- am s
attested under oath. There's no secrecy; as opeos a at almsndaly 6 b Mwd

vv 1c nave.a nrowun,.n .4r

33PPFlA~r.Lo, J. Y.
A ine*I Soultaisdu withevewy eqwip.
.eut and app;Prn~e a7d a ct 'ipplto Stff
of experienaccd &rr. siiiku.5pcciullmtsADo
the t-ragmanct of the mr e.,'fievlt Case
of Chr-urk alhz.,rue-hong reqvuiori
AMsdicz or S., :' ; for their
cur- e.ncd two .Cramp-.!'j A'ove address
for TPE INV'AULS' G(.aLaE.: OL

to avoid all offense to the most delicate sensitiveness of modest womem, for
whom we entertain the most sincere respect and admir-tion We shal t,
therefore, particularize he concerning the symptoms and peculiar a ii
incident to the sex for which Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription has for m s
than 40 years proven such a boon. We cannot, however, do a better servm
to the afflicted of the gentler sex than to refer them to Dr. Pierce's Commu Smos
:Medical Adviser, a great family doctor book of 1000 pages, hound in doth ad lir
aw'ay gratis, or sent, post-paid, on receipt of 31 one-cent stamp-to cover cost of aum-
-ing only, or 21 cents for paper covered book. All the delic-te Mints sand a1 m
.about which every woman, whether young or old, single or married, shoul know, but
which their sense of delicacy makes them hesitate to ask even the family physician bot,
an re made plain in this great book. Write for it. Address: WORD'S DuPMUsaaI
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, R. V. Pierce, M. D., Pes., 663 Main Street, Buslo, N. Y.


Some people are good l e:..., i i-. .\Vii I .'I HIoS IN Cli.LAiHOM S.I1I.MIE (OURT
easier In some cases to fielp ,llhin it i- -Ok. CONDEMNS SHIPP I m .
to hinder. Oklaho U ry. Mty Five i .:" ,P .
eople o,.,.naree-"nsee Sheriff W and His Deputies "-:
Sure Winner. riuyi re I n thoui djudged in Cotempt. th
Modesty wins in the story boo::. 1 rr of ,;:,* ,r, inind-.r 1 an.
Pu'ting one finally over the crook. ; cry vsrean m int- <,?th(r:- nnd east- Washington. May 24.-For the -
Managest in the procession to p;a: *rf :!:;: o' ",* .' -z i- rigin! as a f!irt time in so .serious a case, the 1., 0111
Creatures of gall and preteni.,n- an'i result of al: .> un. r..". !,nt. .d rain.: s, ,reme court of the United States S P> -
brans. dur-ing the n ',y-f' r hours. 1 *1 1 on next Tuesday week under- .- -
Plucking the prie.p A number ;;' h:-. h. Lhe-n be 1 to meet out punishment for the IF ym p K ou'1-7A
Quietly walking away with the goods I washed I ala' Ti.T `o(.1 ;ar ths I e for contempt of court itself.a. IL--a-
While the pretender elopes to the v,..ods. worst sinlc? 1 '72 ar!ul t~' loss. to the H;-.I the importance of the occasion -, 4 .. :
crops will roeah m'.inv thousands of wll be enhanced by the number of Bit daout W W "2" "_2
Modesty wins In tihe laudable play dollars. dt ;,.udants. '1 tie proceeding will .-'" ig m
Thwarted at first, It will hve itlr wfk ,e in connection withhe A grd= my people w aa a par-d.
Villains may foil It, but not ely l. ---- - ik lae in section with the A t m y peop who hav a partial a A -
In at the home stretch, ring the :.: A SCALDED BOY'S SHRIEKS of Sheriff Shipp and Deputy trfled with disuts. IMhave bee ac t eltes t alL
It will succeed l .,.ti. i,. MTi. r<. -M.ri: '*iff G(lbson. of Hamilton county orry for it-when nervom or Kodel is a pertat d4a-et. -
With commendable sp.. 1 h. N i '\rit t. 'u esee. and four other resldeniq chroale dyspepsla resulted, sad .yeo u.M see KdI d-ftfg'
Tearing the roof from the huu.e for ;p ., I nl h,,.;, ', ., .I. b:,c-.' oha county named, respectively, they have jot hees able to cr. I. prtcle Soi. M aBD Is t
roving the kind of the drar.' t': t |'. Arni S.pv. > n hin \ illia:s. Neland. Padgett and May. Use Kodol at prost avlg g tMet-tal pe Is a aItaly .I e
draw Ikfht;lih.' f Ar h ri ;-. :: rn'- T Io-O ,owen are declared by the Dyspep"la. yO Wald hew this a t sw W.
Wi t'td. *r:ji < c.r ,. .v. ,.,,,,. :,.,'irt to he guilty of the act of con- Everyone is subject to ladat e. am We o.
Modesty, yes, in the book or the pl.y Ij,.;-, sk;n ,.;.t ,..!n. i ht- r,'.n,, in combining in March, 1905. tiln. Utomach derafhnemem fovirs Nata.e sa 1o wl. 1 al *w
And in the song while the singer ii p ... ... .. . t i'na on.siracy to lynch a negro, Ed stomach abume, jt as at-rafyf ICr a al...b etis r.
sway. g o the honor fe igg ihnson, who had been sentenced to ad f u as surely as a a L4 a to be cUred. thems"mast I
But does It drag off the honors It hlife.dI
Winning a fortune, an omffe. a wife. ltIh local authorities on a healthy stomach lt stit po the Tat is what K ltdes l tW t hu
In the race on the dead. - t l ip e ourt had interferred to When ym a4r114- e a Mg NON&* a IMA J pA .6 B a
Pottng a crimp in the brazen anl ,. Wa-ington. D. ('.. .John.- xent of granting an appeal oi wl. iiI-offm w '
Much an the fairy romances h>, ,iI hays ta on, ia fnmot: engi- '',h had the effect of a superceras. a1mttatl1Mg 11 OM W ---- -= 1
Need we the answer that's patent pro- eer. ha d,.e!ine the ti nler of the. Three Jutices D Isent gaWlfg pl It tih pIt e the *g e41 g g .
oda th ones who are mi.e i minislershii, to China. justicee Beckham delivered a d@1-. 'mkLe d b 1 e-I p;
te on, whoOrWILL ,. .rntin'; opinion, declaring that there iahoeam 96-10 111 oR. ,z
Not to the ones who can see with BOY WILL BE BOYSi :.o f nthe "slightest testimony to--heret 3 .
eyes, i and are alwawn eTTTng scratchris, cuts. -S!ptIor, the charge against Shipp." doL And h O tahe i e m a a "
Though they are steeled by the wirl. to sprains, bruls.s, bumps, burns or l,: riherefore could not believe that Kodol--h bMttfr. t you
uwperi ae scalds. Dn't neglct such things- io official should be subjected to a want. lft icdol digt. haouSldbe tos
Modesty? es they may lres'ult seriously' If you do. sihilitv of 'disgraceful imprison- Ordlmyp a ;>ifI|ppirl ab
But Its glowing uccss Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment ac-;'..nt. and made an earnest plea let. hyt a. 4 6Lt Is
Buyttg provisions and garments '>..l cording to directions right away and a:sain-t such a course, to be of ch b t to yo. l Kodol is prepI at the i h "
Bu oa it will relieve the pain arn heal the' Justices White and McKenna con- digestive ameLN P Ia s on ly tarle stC.lLDeWtt&CaL.Ch2*
Im b-- trouble. Price 25c. 50c, and $1 at the cfnrred in a dissenting opinion. FOR SALE BY AL. FIRST CLASS DRVtSTO I S
Impossibility. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. IR
FIVE CHILDREN Th. most mercless enemy I had
l'uican. of Haynesville. Me., "wasG" .N
''nelrr Cty. Kn.. \ty ,.- ,. O..liwpsi:. I suffered Intensely after
(fih.r(l w,'.rIa ft; !l-" b~a,:',.,1 durin'. 1itg or drinking and could scarcely
rth p to'mnt l' om 'I ti*d, c" iain yo w-'i-:.Vp. After many- remedies had fail-
't,..- h..:. I nt I:,ht. a S a.1n s.,veral doctors gave me up, I
tCvd Electric Bitters, which cured me "

"IH her husband hane b I,. rc j any nr os ALL TRAINS TIED UP I have Fortthervo Choice Reoient Itn in oing. Adol
SdNo 't know he was iarrited t'" Kidney R.dy as it stimulates Along the Gandeorgia Railroad Howar Acaemy and n l e
We ad bad luck in oukidneys so they will eliminate the r Indigestion, loss of apptr e
Nothing Left. was.te- matter frolm the blood. Impu- '.-. :.idnIy trouble, lame back, female U.,
"Yes," she sighed, her i, le li,.n ties epss te nerves., causing (llaitS, it's unequaled. Only c
with reget, a"we will haverto lvi uptntros .-huident aun oth rr1 a- ut nchniUrgistsd. x t

Sor tr Con T i Te today and you willai a o n
our trip to Europe." s w Plald Trut t. ant to take. Sold 1' | TRI TiE UP i V i
"Has your husband had lhrine o r' by all dri g!uts.A

T mveree.r D arly I r h me has been estab-01
"Wt" for i ER PKeople Along the Georgia Railroad Ho ardance betwAcdey and n At li

We T O SLthh.ene1e" n FOR.s,...a SALEe. ; th e F o imn sSt ak
Weo hverad oubadnluk urd treaihnn. ti A s ,houn>"E r R :l *O AL Fee th iron 1rich e n Alein Blocks AdJoinigBroadway. '
plumber worked fifteen to t minute trick oe tOn accinty of th :.t itt I i Atanta. Ga., May 2hav Conditons '
building a spt-*id laiunt i ..r U 'e f (: theiles today wl
basement last week. and lie wil I: il :,i unchngd.exceptta serious 9 m s ro

Tear w ll n ot prol e I tl... *h t :n A M erry*';f G haex ep ro u a ,
Anythi g worth buy. itr. s is bing felt In many town
to Reald."ly, whatiWid -h for sno their railway communica-e use? -
orutd TrustMat.' Nlathi'v, a' t-.rv. i t n. all of the Georgia trains still be-

'm e going to cal aryoue drly tmnfr- ut o nbil, service has been estab-
Take thmorning." oodDeitt's advice: Litt Eary e t o a sa one t he h
"wbatwfo ? wood orine. a l I Sold b l t. tentllk" It, vil Augusta. Papers are be- NT H E O CA LA A
"Toee the sunrise." and su ivrmak.d to the wepostoffothe and to
rising success sfullywithoutr rvs, Ifmins pralling In mal s FRANK P GADSON Owner

lad." : rn ...i r ft-omacl. All teething babies need F-a *.w u
for several knthousand years. nu&tI think ;, ',: o gains no harmful druga. Prie no i i
it will be able to tnrn the trick owe w2ith f !YitIy ..: ,, n !'.A :, ii ",, O::i ,.,,iral jrins have sent wa -- '.'
m o re ." S ti, i' 'l I'!, -, 1 f "' r .. ., d. : ie . 5 m ile s to d a y w it i .i
Waste Moisture. o: I ,,y f mails is seriously
"What's the use of cryinge" .i.nd .. cents per bottle at the Antto n f f. th G o on e
Tears will not produce sal., :il! : *tL 1 t ,i-, Anything. B ut he isng.t build i aesor monopoly Drustore E y. .
Really, what's thene. use -- The ows FOUR BURNED TO DEATH AIR LL INET
While your tear are dryingt rD A HAPP FATHERn- 1
I think this good advice: to t thon turned to a s one he as15 am p .. .. Turkey Creek .. .. .:0 p
other peoplwing wood or flying. alk the f or every night with was 11: am 20 p .. .. ..Plat City .. .. : p
Tears will not cut is ne. i rng baby. MGee's Babytorm. 2: ammL .. .. ..Dde ty .. ..L 15 4: pm
Bt "Vr.. :1rwIll make the child wellsoothe ts
SooDifferent. nun-,lu! ,r. c ,-,. ..k thrv-es, induce healthy, normal alum- FRANK P. . Owner.
"Whye does he hartoldbe a riuht az", ""t',.-... ,. Be s',pm- *.. .. ," lr. Bc. t for disordered bowels and... ..Badw I p5

though It were i .hy .n1 I fe hs 2me trouble o ths 0 pm 7:p;r .. nJfce-e .. L g -
hlad. r, :- -- T.t i. th.. reason why you so 7:50 pm .:4, .-.oaeh. All teething babies need .Jack vlle .. .. A a 7:
IdBut e bisoneeofe.Mo. ..- .s.o t. ..t .. ,. 2 it. lea.ant to take, su15re, and al:25 a!A 7 '. Ar 'it. Plaatt aesr, d e

heys [ know. ",, ,.,r..,u.d.,"' : 7. contai-s no harmful drugs.' Pr" e tf 21-5 '-; B

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