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 28, 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: VID03178
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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S t After Dieu***sis, Withdrew His
SChe -EwAa rgilad m CemmitMe
k. ^bat H S^It4 0 ns beat the blood. Tahas. May 28.- resolution

SAS"* tiV for 209 offered by Mr. ULight of Marion con-
desalag alleged lobby 0on the Jack-I
S IL-KOW is a powder *sowvsle charter a ndm nt and M *tat-
made of k > i, l. ul g that LK. Elliott was In a com-
*lmade of pure skimed il tee room dispensig liquor. caus-
Io#, two for 25(. ed much excitement In the house yes-
Sterday. There was so much disorder
ST U-MIL.X ik i tiadc;vf Uh- that the speaker had to call on the
k -mm"d milk, i5, two for ea t-at-arms to preserve order.
ed ilk 15, t fo Mr. Light said that Mr. Cone. a
S0, i tin Try a tin; yOU house clerk. J. M. Barre and Pleasant
win1 KM It. A. Holt of Jacksonville. were there as
w l. lobbyists.
W- have a full -line of pun After many amendments had be-n
offeredto the re Iljain and several
* 5.. 0a, t In, all fres. .* ,trts against t -S sge used ,,,
'- t. Mr. Light withdrew the resolution
The committee appointed to visit the
O. K. GROCERY Evergladesand report on drainage
operations,. which has Just returned.
CLARK BROTHERS has submitted a highly eulogistic re-
r. _, m Wport. two hundred copies of which
L- --. b'._ ,ee ordered pri".t.
mit" -.," 174L ri T I fto A message was received from Gov-
__ "__ ____,, ___, ernor G(lchrist laying language In his
S. bienial Vapagit-, calling George Wash-
ington. Rbert E. Lee and Abraham
R.: D FULLER, Lincoln greatest Americans was too
strong, and should 'save read "among
DENTAL SJURGE( the greatest Amesreans.
With only a short time in which to
-- Ogee Over M, mroe &ChabMbIs complete its work. the legislature is
a* -l, crowding on steam In a effort to catch
OCALA. -, FLORIDA up with the calendar, which is ver
T"RUlS rCASH. lengthy in both houses. Yesterday
--, -- a _n.,_ afternoon and last night In the sen-
. ... ... ate was a period of hustling. Forty-
four bills were passed to'third reading
SC HAC and five were killed.-

Reo 3 9, 10 and 11, Wm. Upchurch. of Glen Oak, Okm.,
Second Floor, older Block, was an exile f-, n home Mountain
IIAA FkORIDA air, hJe thought. would cure a frightful
SOCALA, LOIA .uag racking cough tnat had defied all
TERMS, CASH. remedies for two years. After six
.. months he returned death dorging his
steps. "Then I began to use Dr.
FI r ill OCK KasL's New Discevery," be writes,
Sr l "and after taking six bottles I am a
well as ever." It saves thousands
D ti f ur~nf n yearly from desperate lung diseases.
UUWW "_O o Infallible for coughs and colds. It dis-
S-- C....----w Mi~ pels hoarseness and sore throat.
.- Pv-- ... .... Cures grip. bronchitis, hemorrhages,
.Ch.. Ml asthma, croup, whooping cbgh. 50c
Xu. eb s: *, to J1 a. I : 1 to and 11, trial bottles free. guaranteed
a. b.- all druggists.

S' aIIa 4 n nl IDnniDD M I Miss Eleanor Tremere went up to
CR BAML D. VUbDB h T U.D the Brick City Sunday to visit Miss
S- May Steine. She attended the com-
OM"* II PATHMC PHYSICIAN AND mencement exercises on Monday night
-. S G and returned home Tuesaay after-
noon. She reports a fine time.
0, -Seo wd loor Tbh Manioe 5 On Wednesday afternoon the Thim-
Ohinblhs Bank Building. Ocals. ble Party, composed of 25 ladies af
S. B. Belleview, assembled at the beautiful
s ,be M222; eaa.222;* home of Mrs. F. F. Wendell and all
tt: carried their own work and a pleas-
ant afternoon was spent on the large
Oft Ot --- to 12 a. n..; ,0 -and pleasant veranda. The young
p. m. :3 to 8 p. a._ girls enjoyed a flinch gatne while the
... ...--- -- --- older ladies sewed.
;* '- ^^ ^ ". ~ Delicious lemonade and cake was
." l AMIE served by Mrs 0. M. oGale. Miss Irma
"T o re.m. Wendell, Miss Lore a Freeman and
&M A 11.m l i-r Miss Miriam Thompson. All went
i u uaW r home having spent a very pleasant
Mrs. White and Mrs. Wendell and
OP m ft ILe O b Of a--s OUk daughter, Miss Irma,' spent a de-
ase lightful day at Silver Springs last
;G-, very7 b jtW5YW - Mrs. J. A. lFreeman returned Sat-
^B'' wo m wiitrh S te C ap urdCay, having spent a delightful ten
uI|inm. U l sanitary^1.^ 3 OTIC days at Plymouth with her son.
B ty@ -m-a l -Mr. Ed. Pelt. who has a very fne
H n -r' i Waer at AN Times melon patch. is loading a car today
Yf T C Du rs -that are very fine and might to bring
M( V_____T _. ___ ___C_, __ a good prce.
1 -- ['a"1--- Mr. Luclus Is also leading a car of
-- nice melons today. These are the first

a e M 3r. J. -Freeman came home on
'"LI -- A R the slek list Fridalx, but returned ftun-
"t -MV f rie n d s a re gl ad to s ta te .
yON APPLICAtION Is the final coatiom of any ild tha
,' O, lX 41.. OCALA, FLA. has worms-I it lives. Think of hay-
.... ing something in your stomach that
S' eats all you ke as norshment. Nlm
be yes tx has. Be certain that .- 1 L 1 II not by giving it White's Cream Ver

t seelve delly shipments of choeie tale for the baby. Prie 2S cents, 1
4r1- M and maht water fish of the best the Antl-Mmopoly Drugstore.
Slftetle I handle nothing but 1fsh.
adhandle them right. CiTR

W M. TUCKPR Master Wilburn Melton is visiting
relatives at Micanopy this week.
Phe 20 ila, C f MWokst Master F. J. Williams is also at
S- Alachua this week.
Mr. Anville Ray. of Palatka. visit.
zr q itaj t ed in Citra Monday.
Mr. J. W. Melton went up to Jack-
sonville Tuesday.
Mr. Laslie, of Valdosta. is assisting
(I A 4 Mr. J. N. Malphurs in the S. A. L. of.
Mr. F. D. Howard, engineer on th<
ft gh" Sk. in CIta short, is back to his old Dos
-, again after an absence of several
S -NlowT IN THE WORLD weeks. during which he. visited Wil
. mington. N. C.. and Richmond. Va.
_Mrs. J. W. Hagins left Wednesda,
SAB8 FOIWA DA CONDON. morning for New York, where she wil Agent. visit her brother and wife. Mr. an
l .. Mrs. Albert Gregg. and will probably:
be away until September.
"-^'..' M"at City Marshal Lee resigned Mon0ya

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that1 --
cannot be cured by Hairs Catarrh
Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., A Sample of His Tactics in Engineer-
S. Toledo, 0. ng the Tarif Bil-ugar Trust
We, the nodersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney ftr the last 15 years, and Has Things Its Own Way
believe him perfectly h norable in all
business traasa.tions and finaneally, Washington. May 28.-An illustra-
able to carry out any obligations made io f 1r fthe manner in which Aldrich
by his arm. las used the tariff schedules to obtain
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin. votes for the benefit of the interests
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. 1 l.* himself represents occurred the
Hals Catarrh Cure is taken inter- theirr day. and has occasioned much
nally, acting directly upon the blood u"mment among independent republi-
and mucous surfaces of the system. Icansi One of the latter had asked
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c Aldrich to fix a certain rate of duty
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. upfon a product of a western state. It
Take Hairs Family Pills for consti- not an excessive duty.
nation. Aldrich" promised to do so. but when
th;- paragraph was reached he ignored
OF INTEREST TO iis prIromise altogether The senator
ORANGE GROWERSc .nt to Aldrich lattr. r
-'- I You have been voting against the
The delegation of Florida Orange tinan.* committee nn other Items."
Growers to California will meet in .sad Aldrich. "I know of no reason
Tampa Monday May the 31st. to shape therefore, why the committee should
their reports to be delivered to the 41unything for you."
convention of orange growers which .Is that the principle on which your
meet the following da in nnt hill has been framed?" asked the in-
meets the following day in cmvef--l ,ignant indciendent. "I though. t you
assembled. The A. C. U and -S. A. L...
railways are advertising a rate #)f on. -ver.tryng to benefit American In-
fare plus 2S cents for the round tri ustrie.^ .. .
from all points in Florida to Tammp. Alric'h merely senwled and made
A .o re-ply.
IF YOU KNEW Tribute to the Sugar Trust
the merits of the Texas Wonder. you "Why are the words 'not above N).
would never suffer from kidney. blad- 16 Dutch standard in color' retained in
der of rheumatic trouble. 81 bottle two the tariff bill? They ought to be
month's treatment. Sold by druggists stricken out of it. I ask that the fi-
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr. rance committee he asked to report t0
E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive Street. St the senate why those words Are not
Louis. Mo. stricken from the measure."
In these words Senator Robert L.
CALVARY- Owen resumed the fight on the sugar
.--.-- schedule where Senator Clay of Geor-
Misses Lottie and Maggie Morri- gia left off. The sentence alluded to
son called on Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace by the Oklahoman constitutes the-
last Wednesday evening. principal joker in the sugar section of
Mr. J. W. Morrison and son made a the- Payne-Aldrich bill. It is one of
business trip* to Gaiter Wednesday the most costly jokers to the Amerl-
and returned Thursdey. can consumer' in the entire tariff
Mr. A. S. J. Wallace made a busi- measure. In underhandedness it is on
ness trip to Martel and Ocala Satur- a par with the action of' the sugar
day. trast in using seventeen steel springs
Mr. R. H. Cleveland made a busi- in seventeen pairs of scales to under-
ness trip to Ocala Saturday. weigh sugar and defraud the govern-
Mrs. G. F. Leake returned Sunday ment of import duties.
from a visit to her daughter. Mrs. H.1 The joker prohibits the Importation
H. Brower, at Lakeland. of sugar above "No. 16 Dutch stand-
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace and ard in color." except as refined sugar.
Pon spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. This provision makes it necessary that
and Mrs. Leak. all sugar imported should be in a
Mrs. J. W. Morrison and charming state that it most go to the trust re-
daughters spent Sunday afternoon fineris.. before It can be' used for any
with Mrs. W. W. Leak. purpose. Without this, raw sugar
Mr. J. W. Morrison and son spent might be imported which could be
Sunday with Mr. W. T. Strickling. pllaved on the market without further
Misses Maggie. Sallie and Dollie refining and sold at prices less than
called on Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace Tues- one-haif that exacted by the trust.
sl-_ avani --

aay evening.
Mulberries went fine Sunday. even-
ing. RED BIRD.
This is one of the most common
forms of muscular rheumatism. It
attacks the muscles In the small of
the back. It often come on sudden-
ly and is no severe that the body can
be moved only with great pain. Keep
as quiet as possible, as every move-
ment of the body aggravates the dis-
ease. Massage the affected parts
with Chamberlain's Liniment three

torrifled his granemotner. Mrs. Maria
Taylor. of Nebo, Ky., who writes that,
i.hen all thought h.* wefdld die, Busk-
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Irfallible for burns, scalds, cuts, corns,
wcetnds, .runlses. Cures fever sores,
L";t-t. skin eruptions, chilblains, chap-
pti; lands. S.)on routs piles. 25c at
aill rt'rugistS.

Drop us a postal card for the July
Mct'Cll Fashion Sheets. The Gl04e.

and stiffness have entirely disappear- A
ed. It is prompt and effectual. 5 lAUUtO UlUt DI UUIulIUp

Don't fail to Pee the bar-, In Connection With the Hotel Oee
gain in embroideries and! Skilled workmen and courteous at-
white goods this week at i tension to all. Special attention to
ter children..
Mr. Nye, the manager of the Cole n A DEITEICH..Pemi__
orange grove on Lake Bryan, made a NR. A. DETTERICH. Proll
trip to Jacksonville Tuesday, return- -_
ing Thursday.
Mr. J. P. Riddle has returned to C. J. PHILLIPS
Davisboro, Ga. C. J. PHILLI
Mrs. J. P. Riddle is expected here Coact a D.
next week to spend the summer with * U OU.
her mother, Mrs. J. A. Morse. Their
many friends deeply sympathize with Plans and Specifications Furanshed
them in their late bereavement.
ua i..l Hv ilfr. return., -....1 Upon Request.

mI is m y nmIijI a li1v1/l or *** l
day from a visit to friends at Inter- 129 South Third St.,
lachen and other points. She reports
a delightful time. Phone 1s0. OCALA. FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Freer and son -.----.. .
Jessie. of Levon, visited relatives here
last week.
SMr. Oscar Caldwell went to the IV R & AcKAY
Brick City Tuesday.
Mr. J. H. Halford has been success- UNI.I AL
ful in delivering satisfactory pictures tUNVKAL DIECTORS
and frames to customers.
Mrs. J. C. Pillans went to Martel UndtetakeS and Ebalmis
Thursday to get a glimpse of her new
granddaughter, the heiress of Mr. and ). E. Melver Alfred Owes
Mrs. L. H. Pillans. Undertakers.
Mr. Stebbleton has secured the bill flA
to cut lumber to rebuild the Harmony Fine Cas am lun al h S
Baptist church, which was buried
here in the spring. All work done by licensed embalm-
Master Lee Halford has had the ers and fully guaranteed.
misfortune to be badly stung by
wasps while driving through the
woods Saturday afternoon.
The Higgins saw mill is in opera-
Mr. J. M. Edsel is now at home
looking after his interest in this lo-
Mr. R. C. Young, of Maryland. ex-
pects soon to have a large and pr )f-
Itable farm on the banks of the Ok-
lawaha river. A ditching machine has
been purchased to put a canal from
the Henderson landing to Clabberville. -
Mules have been purchased and w% -A %

Teacher's summer training schools,
beginning on Monday, June 28th. 19 .
and continuing for a term of six weeks,
will be conducted at Gainaville and Tal-
lahassa e for white teachers, and at the
colored normal school at Tallanasse
for colored teachers.
These schools will be co-educational.
Tuition will be free. and board can be
had at a normal figure.
The legislature of 10 did not make
an appropriation for defraying the
traveling expenses of teachers an at-
tendance upon these schools, coase-
quently. those who attend will have to
pay their own transportation. How-
ever. an effort will be made by the
state superintendent of public instruct-
ion to secure a one-third fare for the
return trip.
The instructors for the white schools.
who are specialists In their respective
lines, will be selected from among the
principals of the senior high schools
and the leading colleges and univer-
sities of the state.
The corps of instructors for the col-
ored teacher's summer normal train-
ing school will be the best that can be
had for the character of work to be
In addition to the professional train-
ing offered by each summer school, an
opportunity will be given those in at-
tendance to prepare for any grade of
certificate authorized under the law.
After the close of the term. beginning
on Monday. August 9th. in Gainesville
and Tallahassee, examinations will be
given applicants for state, primary
and special certificates.
For information concerning the
white school at Tallahassee, write to
Dr. Edward Conradi. principal. Talla-
hassee. Florida.
For information concerning the col-
ored school, write Prof. N. B. Young.
principal. Tallahassee, Florida.
Very respectfully yours,
J. H. Brinson. Supt.
is soon turned to a sma one at be has
to walk the floor every night with a
crying baby. McGee's Baby D-xir
will make the child well-sootbe Its
nerves, Induce healthy, normal alum-
ber. Best for disordered bowels and
sour stomach. All teething babies need
It Pleasant to take, sure, and safe,
contains no harmful drag Price 25
and 6 cents per bottle at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore.
Misses Ines and Gladys Tolmie will
leave the latter part of this week for
their home in Nashville, after spend-
ing the past months in Ocala and
Lake Weir.
Mr. Barney Spencer, of Ocala is
erecting a four room cottage on the
lot adjoining Capt. RusselL Several
others will take advantage of Mr. R.,
L. Martin's liberal offer In regard to
lots, in the near future.
Mr. Frank Lytle, of Stanton. and
sister-in-law. Mrs. Lee Lytle, of Bir-
mingham, Ala., were visiting Mrs. R.
L. Martin the past week.
* Mrs. Laura Lucius and Mrs. Fort,
of Ocala, were visiting Mrs. Jonas
Driggers last week.
The cantaloupe and peaches are be-
ing shipped i large quantities every
day from several stations around the
Dr. and Mrs. Henry, Mr. and Mrs.
Volkman went fishing yesterday even-
ing and caught 32 in one hour, some
weighing eight pounds.
There was rmeat excitement among
the colored population Monday even-
ing when Deputy Davis shot and kill-
ed an escaped negro convict.
Dell Moody, of Tampa, was visiting
friends here the past week.
,if nadache, as wew as. oMler women.
but ail get quick relief and prompt
cure from Dr. King's New Life Pih,
the world's best remedy for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure
blood, and strong nerves and build up
your health. Try them. 25 at all

Mr. Allen, who has been quite sick
for some weeks past, we are pleased
to say, Is improving.
Mr. Ernest Smith is no better, be-
Ing very critically ill.
Mrs. I. P. Rainey's little daughter.
Vinnie, is quite sick with a fever. We
hope not seriously.
Mr. R. M. Driggers loaded the first
car of melons from here last Monday,
followed on Tuesday by Simon Ca-
ruthers, and on Wednesday by S. P.
Mr. J. C. Caruthers, who was raised
here. but has been a resident of
Tampa for a number of years, has not
been able to get rid of the Oxford.
sand in his shoes, and so has moved
back among us. A hearty welcome
and good wishes for his sudcess here
are extended to him.
Tomatoes are going in from here
with a rush how. and some of the
largest, smoothest stock ever raised
hereabouts. Prices are very satisfac-
tory thus far. and it is to be hoped
the markets will hold up for a couple
of weeks.
Mrs. E. J. Pemberton and daughter,
Miss Annie, left Tuesday for a visit
to the former home of Mrs. P. in In-
diana. May they have a safe and
pleasant journey.
The Oxford House is over crowded
with guests, as usual, at this season;
sleeping room at a premium. Mine
host T. E. Smith and wife are main-


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Bought and Sold.. Fresh .end alt Water Fish. Tle Meot Ceo-
plete Plaee of Its Kind in the Country. Rei*melads d M .
Up-To-Date. First Class Restaerant in C mamstia. First Cl g
Meals and Reasonable Be ard to Weekly O- 1

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Thar. are ever twenty thousand
beas toin the United States. In these
rea for evoy single dopar of real
money-old. silver and paper.
Blaem in I are& on by the aid of
the beak as could be done is no other
way. Ninety per ceat of the bMalnees
is dlo without handling a single dol-
Iar of real moyO.. but with checks.
drafts, notes and other forms of
A ma deposits $10 to open a check
acem:at.i o mayAr eise any number of
checks to total that SI. to any num-
ber of pere a 8, Suppose one man re-
ceIves his check for $265 he brings
that cheek to the bank and deposits
the amWat to his credit He too may
issue a chek to another party for
that $35. I not one transaction doze
say party handle or see a dollar of
fe' Mmoney.
The bank haeumade thie system pos-
This bank areders a service that is
convenient to business and safe for all
parties. Our metlpds are the choice
oa approved and accurate tests taken
from banking experience.
Odr servIe will be a distinct ad-
vantage to your buinseam. Just as it is
to our present customers.

The jury Ina the Draft ease this
morning brought Il a verdict of mur-
der in the first degree against Draft's
wife. abella, and her asoompllee, Al-
bert Smith, with a recon..endatlon to
merey for the woman.
Several inor cases were di poed4
of this morning and the case of Jim
Tucker, who will be tried for murder.
was poatpoamd uatil enext Fiday on
witos ese ata 1t
Iacmunt of the tate not having Its

A plee st of f anel with teapes at-
taed hAMr hMl1ing i Ia peIitMM6
slightly ms w ith Chmbwe-
bh A llm ant d beaw ea over the
seat w Nala k i sp .er to my pDl-
ber. 6

Speelal prices in embroi d
ery and white goods, this
Meek at X;terin. Don't fail
to A0 them before buying

Te pears expiece. Raferene9P I
ay mnude teacher i Oeaes. any
masle home I Jaksonville. 'Phone
L. A. M. Lamser. city. t-8-tt
Drop ue a postal card for the July
MeCall Fashion Sheeta The Globe.

Offers Its, evlees d superior work.
manship In the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced its specilty of paintings u-
tomobiles. A sample of our work can
e eee on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a call.

I taI at the 6chla New Co.
ud-msrs peftumes are the most de-
lIghtfal ever nused. We have a com-
plete line of these fajnous perfumes,
toilet waters, powders, etc. The Court

11 you desire a duear omplezl
tink Fley*s Orino Laxative for con-
stipatih. and liver troubles as it will
simulate these organ sad thorough-
ly cleense vor system, which is what
everyone b I, the spring In order
to fael well. old by all drnggists.
Thoe shng, exta early break-
fasts can get me at the Elk Cafe. ma
e" y ar 4:te If they-deire.

400 Jade' tried hate, worth up
to $4 each. $1* while they last. At
the Globe. *
I take pleasure in announcing to all
Confederate veterans, and all others
driving to attend the reunion of the
Second Brigade, Florida Division. U.
C. V.. at OFca. Jane 2 and 3, that
the following l rates have been
secured ftom thi- Atlantic Coast Line
always. orgIM. Florida and Alaba-
ma Ralayn aleillse an Nashville
Rallway, A Seabrd Air ULine Rall-
was, as A sampleof rates that will be
charged at pHm agency stations in
Florida for 6roud trip tickets to and
om Ocala on the above stated rail-
read systems to-wit: Archer .1.10:
C 4ro; 4* De aty 81.4; Gaines-
e, e-e" lhampimn.. $LO; Haw-
thne. Jaamrl e. $2L6; Jag-
per. $ .4I; 'Iak. City. SL8; Leeeburg.
TOc; ULive Oak. L.2J6; Orlando. $1.66;
Palatka,. IL ,sdt City. $1.76: Riv-
er jnctlohII4.R Talahasuee. $3;
almps, I. T vares, 1e; Winter
Prk. 8 J."tWf City. $SLe.
Tickets to be on sale June l and 2.
IM, only, and will be good to leave
Ocala retam.Ing uak to and including,
but not later than idMaight of June
4. 19. ,C w. LONG.
Commanding Brigade.

It w be to harU that the Inding m .l*
eel writes ml teachers o all the several
aeook ot practice recommend, nl the
tamugesterms pomlbe, each and every
IeM"lesmt terlag lato the composition
d ]Dr. Piere's GoldM Medical Discovery
fr the eaur of weak stomach, dyspepia,
astairk c stomah, lver complaint.
torpit Uvw, or biUn chronic bowes
stutiom, mad a atarral diseases of
whatever ragM a. ame or Batmn. It is
als a speciic remedy favor all such chronic
or la sueanding eases of catarrhal afse-
tas sad their resultants, as bronchial,
athr at IaI d exceptt consume
Uhe wi, thevere coughs. it
b t d for act colds and cough-,
bat for lrng or chronic; co. it is
eJalyM. efaClM In producing perJ
.et k, It =oetaisf Black Cherrybark
Gea stlw t, Bloo. drootf Htone Mot
ha e htglsy pralshed fo remedulawies fo
al the &bovw -metoned affections by sucb
itMat Goediel writedical teachers as

or Bafutolow of effsbo Med. <
L the of Un.ll oac s well Pa.ron

It rots ad is sa. and reln.-al .
t Mid.C Chiecac; Prof. John
A booklet of extats; fProm emJohn
of Cincnntl ; Prof.
.D, of Hahneswo


Citizens of the surrounding towns.
on poday night, 4th y of tsJune. Everit.
lady in and athro published fopan isa willrequested
to assist ldenwith akMedicals or custacoveryd do-
naton, t poti for thamful or habit-
parrs church. Evcoho-ry yohemun man
mst do his best to bcerine being a lovely
youn ldy. Of ours entirely unob married-

en will brlag their wives and aluful athent
IN t~he earof all stoameh as wll abron?
children. Remember the cakest and lung affections. Thr

edicinalots and er t safe and reliable.
A booklet of extracts from emlnent,
SChristhoria n duty to help with God'sre

house oARRf worsh ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Citizens of the surrounding towns,
Anthony, Citra, Oak. Reddick. Lowell,
and Martin, are Invited to attend an
Ice cream social at the school house
on Friday night, 4th of June. Every
lady In and around Sparr Is requested
to asist with cakes or custard do-
nations, as It Is for the benefit of
Sparr. church. Every young man
must do his best to bring a lovely
young lady. Of course the married
inen will bring their wives and all the
children. Remember the cakes and
custards. Not a few, but every lady
should consider It a pleasure as well
as a Christian duty to help with God's
house of worship. SPARRITE.
One of the greatest conveniences
about the bouse Is one of those Amer-
ican Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
e. In a minute, an even temperature.
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife,
mother or sister one of them. Two
ohem and prizes. Ask H. W. Tucker
to show them to you.
Fine candles, fresh stock Schles-
singer's beat, In pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit


Traveling and resident salesman to
handle a fast selling, active and wide-
ly demanded specialty. Very liberal
comrilsalon. International Paint Man-
ufacturing Co., Richmond. Va.
LOST-Palr of gold glasses. Finder
will please return to George Martin at
Ocala News Co., and receive reasona-
ble reward. Lost between the bowling
alley and Ocala News Co. on Saturday
night. 5-24-x

I am prepared to take any Job of
palntingJ no matter how large or how
small. o0 how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do it
right. Houses painted inside and out.
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Write a card, care Camp Phosphate
Company. or leave word at the Star
office. W. Flllyaw. Ocala, Fla. tf

Belle Meade Sweets

Suar, Fru 8W Chblate
"TA s. ALl"

These edsus cai cs am be
hb" ly at

Court Pharmacy

"Spark in the Water"
Reliance spark plugs produce a
more intense spark than any other
plug. Takes less battery power than
any othef plug. Are absolutely soot
psoof. Are absolutely proof against
carbon in any form. Are adapted for
use in both air and water-cooled mo-
HI-UP Dry Batteries, Tire Repair
Outfit Shebler Carburetors, Whitnty
Don't throw away your old Inner
tubes and casings. We can vulcanize

CIA"S POmts0. H. S 'S

(Maggie Lee Lytle) (
Old Father Time still rolls along.
The same today as ages past:
He knows no re't but yet hp rolls
From time unknown until the last
And when the end or when the start
We know not. nor do any know;
We anxious are and strive to find
From whene.e r thence the win]:
,h1,th blow.
But what we do know. one and all- ,
And nothing can break that bllef-
We're getting lld#.r. day by day. i
As sun and rr.>,.n their co-.irss ke. -l
And Fathe,-r Time. in hi- -vide r*an.
-eginninrg f.-,m ths pr-tent dat-.
Will part us with hg ruthlh-s. hand
And scatter us from state to state.
First comes .d-!,-. with natures'
charms i
So much r-lndowed-a beautv lass. ,
With wealth wr.atheo, in The light and spirit of our (lass. m
SMay sh. in lif,. be bright an.l gay.
And happriniess her- lot may b,
And through the world be good and
Till Pathvr Tlime- a!Is her away.
Next cori'mes th.- bliiushln. bhahful Phil
i'ut true as r .... i O- t,. ,*pol,; M
Th, em n pir i,it ti.!;, tri (.
Ti- l :e-ad .i.l 4 1m, .- class. the
Of iarthi's gr.a;it blle- ings h.- is wish-

Ambition with pr.~sitln't crowneld.
And all our ;.udits in aft.r years
tWill loud i an.d n fon r f him resound
Next conie.s our w;it--. who is nohl,t
and grand: i
Whose ambition's to ('>nqiiwr all en-!!
gineer's land;
May his wr(k h, prodigious. so per-i
feet and true
That the vw-orli will ;:(cord him honor
full due.

Now come Ro ,ri and Walter. lofty of
intelklct and stature combined *
With courtesy, Justice and bright i
sparkling mind; i
May your goals be the to,--chief ju.-
tice-supreme, ij h c
By your own valued talents may yowi
be what you seem.
Next comes dear Lucile. the blonde ifi
our class.
So gentle, sedate, clear as mirror of:
May her home be most lhaplpy ando ors,
beautiful too, a '
And her partner in life b.- honest and

And here is our Marion, most gallant
of all,
As neat as a pin. with ambition none,
small |
To regulate molars of the future race. I
And in gaining great honors fdr the l|iflf
class set- the pace. i UUUL



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Lastly, myself, wee. tiny thing; r i 1 f l A
A college professorship my eire, r *,State agents for and carry in stock Impleme hnt
M.jy ambionsor, gat and of success and Gasolene Engines of the International- arvester
I am sure. 1C
If I only have rower the prize to se- Company.
cure. American and Elwoeld Fence.
Let each then learn to know himself: American and Elwood Field Fence.

To gain that knowhltlge let him la-
Improve those failings in ourselves. '
Which we condemn so In our neigh-,
Or in self judgment, if you find your]
To others are superior.
To you has lfovidence been kind
As you should be to those inferior.
Example sheds a genial ray of light



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That men are apt to borrow:
So first improve yourself today.
And then improve your friends to. o o m S a l
morrow. Mzfke 00 a. I.
Our term is now ended. we part and!
divide. j
Some here. some there, ,over thy great '
world wide. I
With thanks to our t-a(chers, who kept
us to rule.
For their kindness to us through our

And so we say fohigr an hour or for I Mulst Have Room For The Big Fall
We say It coldly, .ay it choked viih
We say it smiling. say it with a kis:
And yet we have no other word than P
this. Prices Have Been Cut Through My

BOYS.WILL BE BOYS Entire Big Stock, Good Until July 15th


and are always getting scratches, c
sprains, bruises, bumps, burns
scalds. Don't neglect such thinj
they may result seriously if you
Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment
cording to directions right away
It will relieve the pain ard heal
trouble. Price 25e, 60c, and $1 at
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


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Atlanta. May 28.-AI efforts to :ir-'
I'itrate the differences between th"'
striking firemen of the Georgia rail-
road and the officials of the ro:a I
seem to ba'e failed.
Manager Scott of tho railra,.d re-
fused to name a committee toi take
part in the arbitration. H.' -:aid h-'
believed any effort to arbitrat,, wou'd
prove iin.-ffectual.
The situation is grave. The railroad
is still tied up. there having been no
traffic ovcr it this week. It is con-
siderd pr-bablethat at the government H ats
may interfere at any time because of ,
the delay in the mail service.
Th. great strength of the firem-nDss
lies in the almost unbroken sympathy
o(f peopi, along the line( of th:. rai!-
road. wh art.e chrfully bravi:;,
great inconvenience- and some hard-
ship in order to help the strikers ;n
their tight.

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Here is what the leading ld pm wa sy in a e at
"Leaf is the cream of lardsIS Thmee isot of it tosapplymK
people, and so it goes only to thoue who insist yam a.1'
Does it not stand to reason that ithee i l O enogh if te flp
produced to ma pre led lard to spy m h te deM that h
are nine to one against yor getting pe rlad? Theo lyahdua V

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Never Sold In Bulk pWemieb id ln pflk with an ir-
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odors, such as fish, oil, etc.
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and taste r.s sweet. That's why Schles-
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confections these; flavor dellelomu. Our
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Recently the Ocala Eagles decide.
to go into the amateur minstrelsy for
Drop u a potal ard for the July measure and profit. They commenced
Mccall Fashiostal card for the July a business-ike way and ordered
Mc Fashion Sheets. The Globe. uch paraphernalia as they would
Lest you forget that the Globe is need, including some very handsome
the "Vunder re a Store" in Ocalae. cwotumes. An organization was then
the nder Selling tore n cala formed and much of the very best
Try that Perfecto Srmoker at the musical and minstrel talent of the
Court Pharmacy. It's a good one.e ity was taken into the organization
and the personnel of the Eagle's Min-
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to strrl ix musical to a man.
cure chills and fever. 25 cents. The minstrels then began to re-
Shearse and practice frequently and
Limeade, from fresh Florida w hen it was definitely decided to open
at the Court Pharmacy. the tour that they propose to make ,4
S('entraT Florida with a performance In
Adolph Dame has a position with Dunnell1on last night, daily rehearsals
the Guarantee Clothing & Sbho- Store. were put on.
It takes much time and a mountain
5 or doses *W wal cure any case "f patienc- to knock a minstrel show
o Chills and Fever. Price 26c. into presentable shape and no matter
Sow much practice and rehearsing it
Lest you forget that the Globe -is 'k's the "first night" to tell what
the "Under Selling Store" In Ocala. t'- show really is--to cut out its bad
SI f- atures and improve on and better
REXALL ;ts good ones; after which few re-
Smarks wt- will take up the "first night"
i. D nnlln

Messrs. rarlisle Izlar and Clarenre,;
Meffert are spending today at Lake'

400 ladies' trimmed hat.. worth "-ip
to $4 each. $1.98 while they last. At!
the Globe.

Mr. W. L. Howes of Live Oak was,
in town yesterday. booking orders "or,

Sii -unnei eon..
The Eagles thought they had made
atrangements for a special train on
the A. C. L. to Dunnelron. to leave
hert at ; o'clock and return last night
after the show. but after the regular
tr-tin had gone they learned that the
: rice of such special would be $100,
irst.-ad iof $67. as they understood.
Finally. however. when it was found
th.m wiin thowrdmrs tho bn

artieun. **.-,r wasI no oLiI er recourse, e' i .oys
ptd th." money and took their train,
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville 'nId with outside persons to the num-
will sell any make of second-hand ,'r of 64 altogether, went down. mak-
typewriter upon easy terms If desired 19ig the run in an hour. Among the
Si;,lie-s who accompanied the boys
Every Ocala person in and na:- w-r. Mrs. Weihe. Mrs. Deveneau. Mrs.
Dunnellon attended the Eagles' min-V Walt r Pedrick and sister. Miss Mll-
strel last night. dred Sumner and her guest, Mrs. Will
i Moore and Miss Morris. Those outside
We have the nicest line of hair the members of the minstrel were
brushes. combs and other toilet arti- ihargeit th- regular round trip fare.
cles in the city. Tydings & Co. land on th,- return trip there were a
", oz,.n other passengers, and this'hel-t-
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Miss Annie id a little( on the expense of the train
Blair Woodrow have returned to th.-ir The boys asse.inbJkd at the opera
Lake Weir home. house to g,-t the lay of the land. though
no attempt was made at a rehearsal.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville. They soon saw that there Aws scarce-
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75e. ly room for them all to turn around
each: $7.s6 per domen. ,n the little stage and that it would
be suffocating work. as the evening
Mr. Sam Rawls of Jacksonville. was uncomfortably warm.
spent yesterday in the city, a guest o1 r.nWill Gober e city clerk, met
the Ocala House. ithe boys and stayed with them and
gave them much valuable assistance,
Have you seen the new visible Fay- and Mr. Harry Peter was a host with-
Sieles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co in himself and greatly added in mak-
general agents. ing the show a success.
The crowd began to arrive at 8:30
Miss Margaret Anderson is the guesit nd tht curtain went up at 9 and froame
of Mixs Lucile Kennerly of Palatka. that tinm,, to the close, that curtain
for several weeks. wa s always doing stunts to worry. the
boys ,.r (rack their heads and add to
4 aies tr e" -thet tlier inconveniences of the little
400 ladies' trimmed hata. worth up cubby of a stage. The h6use was
h4 each, $1.98 while they last At packed, all the chairs were brought in
tie Globe. that the hall would hold and In the
Sr-ar the ciowd stood up clear back to
Miss Gladys Tolmie a sister of Mis' the docr.
Ines Tolmle. the vocal culturist. left: Thi: opening chorus was simply fin!,
yesterday for her home in Trnn-r.-..-. anld made as good an impression as
most of the professional minstrel en-
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville, s mblhs. The- boys looked well isI
will sell any make of second-hand their costumes and make-up and
typewriter upon easy terms if desired.; the singing was first-class. The first
half of the show ran as smooth :as
REXALL Lcould have been wished for, without a
Switch. and the songs, jokes and blrtcl-
Mr. Benjamin Briggs, formerly of faced end mens' work was right up to
this city. who has been living at Wil- now. We do not mean by this that
liston for several years, has moved to the balance of the show was not good.
Waycross, Ga. for it was; it was all good. There sae
a fe-w little places in the latter half
F'oR SAL-C-A nearly new Under- where improvements can be made, and
wood typewriter, cheap for cash. Ap- Mrill b. remined-i.4 and strengthened a!
ply to C. C. Bryant. at the H. B. Mas- once.
tern Co. 5-22x The quartet. Simpson. Cor-
dero, Morris and I:arnes. can't be beat
Mr. Vincent Detterich, manager of and were heartily applauded, having
the Commercial Barbershop. mov,.d to respond to the second encore. The
yesterday from the first to the fourth solos by Messrs. Darnes. Simpson.
ward. Morris. Schrieber and Cordero were all
well rendered numbers and elicited
Hudnut's toilet waters. perflumes. mut- applause. Mr. H. W. Tucker'T
soaps and powders, none better or cornet solo,. accompanied by Miss
more delightful, at the Court Pharm- Sutniner o,n their piano, was beautifully
acy. 5-21 r.ndertil avid most highly appreciated
. .. .by th- audience.
Dr. A. R. Toph. who has been in the The black-fa-e or end men Messrs.
city for the pst month, retuined to Martin..t. Mwo,'. Strowman. McWill--
Jacksonville last night and will again Imrs. LD-venau and Morris, all did
be at the Columns. well and kept the audience highly
amused with their rich make-ups, new
Phohe us. We will send for and jokes and lively ba dinage.
deliver your prescriptions. The Court Mr. Alf Owen. the interlocuter, un-
Pharmacy. (The drugstore on the ierstands the business and handled
square. ) his iart admirably. It is hard to ruf-
-- fle Alf or disturb the even tenor of
Mr. J. R. Moorhead. who has been his way. but both were effectively done
doing some surveying In Citrus coun- last night when an usher rushed up
ty., returned home last night !n the to the stage with a bunch of collards
Eagles' special. long as a mule and tied with Xellow
cheese-cloth for ribbon. From the
Janet. the sweet little baby daught- rear of the house one could see the
er of Mr. and Mrs. Gibb McRea, is blush on Airs cheeks, rise supreme to
alarmingly ill at the home of her par- the paint. but he accepted the "boka"'
ents on Lime street. grae. fully and sat down till one ,.f
.... the' "'hone" relieved him of his bu.'-
SEXALL L den. The token was one of esteem
-- from 31. George MaceCay, who we:t
Dr. John L. Dnvis of Irvine was i"i down on the afternoon train and a'-
town 'Wednesday afternoon to atten-l anged for the joke on Alf while
nism Wartmann's musical recital, at the delot. Mr. Owen' said he know
whkh his niece. Miss Mami" Fa .Mr. MacKay had something up his
played. slteve. but he did not know in what
OR NT-To -- m guise, until the surprise was sprung.
FOR RE NT-Two new and complete The "bokay" is on exhibition at Mv-
furnished rooms on first foi. all con- i,.vr MacKay's today. *
venlene for light houkeeping. One- The bovs have no fault to find with
htalf block from A. C. L. passenger their opening house. The place would
station. No. 41. Oklawaha not have held any more. and it is very
Hair brushes, tooth brushes, sha- doubtful if an amateur minstrel troupe
Hair brushes, tooth brushes could exer put on a better show with-

Ig Dru es. mU l iaryil I UsIes., lnal
brushes. We have them all and an
attractive line. The court Pharmacy"
(The drugstore on the square.)
Miss Majoree Adams: of Lockhart
who has been visiting her slater. Mr.;
C. D. Ahl, in this city. left for her
home yesterday.

The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydings & Co.

Hoarseness, bronchitis and other
throat trouble are quickly cured by
Folef's Honey and Tar as it soothes
and heals the L.flamed throat and
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out rehearsing more. and especially entertaining and her parties are always
from the stage they were to show enjoyed and at this one she served de-
from. Given a good opera house with llcious sherbert and cake assisted by
room and ventilation so that they will Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Holder.
not be roasted, the Eagles' minstrels, PARTY M
will give a show that will be a credit PARTY FOR MS M'WGUIRE
to themselves and most highly pleas- -
ing to the audience. Miss Edith McGuire, who wll ter-
The minstnels are going to Gaines- ainate a five months" visit In Ocala a
ville Monday, where they will show week from tomorrow. was the guest of
in the new Baird opera house and the onor at a lovelr little informal v.y
show will be in many respects better given last evening by Miss Puallne
and stronger than on the first appear- sullivan. Miss McGuire has been the
ance and we predict they will make a honoree of a tgeat many social func-
big hit in our sister city. tons during her visit here and by her
One Improvement that will be made. charming personality has made a boat
which will be of vast benefit to th f friends who will anticipate another
minstrel, will be the placing of the visit next winter.
entire management of the organization M iss ullivan's guests included
under one head, who will appoint as- Misses McGuire, Anne Mixon, Annie
sistants to do certain things and his Davis Carrie Williams Messrs. W. D.
orders and instructions will be Im- Taylor. Emmett Robinson and 0. R
plicitly obeyed. he being held respon- Howse. Whist was played and thor-
sible for the proper management of oughly onJoyed for several hours. No
the show. prizes were given but the guest of
honor was given a handsome Ocala
:ouvenir spoon.
i The lovely hostess served her guesij
PRGR PNT tomato salad cheese balls with nuts,
PR RE IVE PAINTER sandwiches and refreshing and delle-
Slus mint punch.

Davis' 100 per cent
Pure Paint

Because better paint cannot possibly
be made. in addition, It costs less, as
it takes less, and the painter adds to
his OWN reputation, since his work
looks beautiful and wears well.
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala. Fla.


A Traveling Man's Dream of the Court
Here's to the proprietor, Mr. Beck.
He furnished hospitality by the peck:
And the good Samaritan, Mr. Taylor.
He's always ready to do you a favor.
And at the fount Is Mr. Walters,
Constantly mixing colored water,
And his assistant. Mr. McIntosh,
He serves good cream I be gosh!

But, alas. the porter whose
Potter, is always on hand bec
is a trotter. Awake. Gee, 1
dream is fine, or the medicine
last night was from there I'm
"Noisy F

Mrs. J. E. Chace, who has
John Hopkins since last No
under the care of several spe
will leave Tuesday for the N
sey shore, where she will spe
eral weeks, after which she wi
the mountains for the summe
news brings the gretest posi
to her host of friends not
Ocala but all through the s
they have anxiously looked
to her recovery.

Beautiful line ot ne
broideries just receive
Masters', at reduced
this week.


I have Just received a new supply Mrs. Frank Harris has Isued Invi-
of electric ixtures. Anong them sam stations to a large and beautiful party
some handsome bracket fixtures aad which she will give Tuesday evening
Tungston fixtures, Inverted or turned June 1st in compliment to Ensiga
down. TI. W. Tcker. Robert Allen Burford and his lovely
sister. Miss Mary Elizabeth Burford
Miss Ophelia SawtelL left yesterday The evening with Mrs Harris is be-
for Rome, Georgia. where she will at- Ing eagerly anticipated by the young
tend the commencement at Shorter people.
College. where she formerly attended.
school and from there will go to In- TO GRADUATE
atives. --

name if 2
muse he
but that

I taken I Mrs. E. B. EfLrd, of Leesburg, who
Istaen is the guest of her cousin, Mr. Louis
Tone." i Duval. was the guest of honor of a de-
lightful little porch party given on
Sbeen Thursday afternoon by Mrs. E. L. Car-
been a ney.
nvembe y.
member,' Chairs were arranged on the froat
_calists. and side veranda, which was made
ew Jer most attractive by the use of pink
Ilm go to and white oleanders, and the after-
noon chatting and sewing. for each
rThis guest w ts asted to bring her fancy
.ly I.n work. passed most pleasantly. Assist-
t.a ed by Mrs. Graham and Mrs. Duval
ote rwfr the hostess served during the after-
forwarjnoon cake and apricot cream.
SThose present to meet Mrs. Efrd
were the following: Mesdames E. H.
w em. Mote. C. I. Tydings, 0. T. MaughF,
," ef"" M. Fishel. M. IL Hatchell. P. G. B.
ed at Weihe. M. J. Roess. D. McIver. Jack
Camp. W. D. Graham, Q. W. Martin
prices R. G. Blake, S. I. Pyles. D. M. Smith
,and Mrs. Gunderson.

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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Mis
Frances Anderson. Miss Annie Atkin-
son, Mr. Alfred Beck and Mr. Stephen
Jewett enjoyed last evening mist te-
lightfully as the guests of Mr. Hibbert
Weathers and Miss Esther Weathers.
The ever fascinating game of bridge
held the closest attention of the above,
bridge devotees for several hours. At
the close of playing refreshing Ice tea
and ale was served with not .'.jd olive
sandwiches, cakes and divinity fudge.

Pretty and vivacious Miss Paullne
Sullivan will attend the United Con-
federate's reunion to be held in Mem-
phis during June. as maid of honor (o
Miss Clara Gray of St. Petersburg. a
lovely young lady who is very popular
in Ocala, having resumed here years
Miss Sullivan will be one of the
fourteen Florida young ladles attead-
Ing the reunion, and .Ocala Is oertan-
ly honored by having such a fair rep-
resentative. Miss Sullivan leaves a
week from next Satuday to be absent
all summer.


Miss Mary Samford, of Opelika. Al-
abama. arrived this afternoon to visit
her cousin, Miss Jessilu Martin, and
will be an attend at the Wilson-
Martin wedding.
Mrs. Arthur Hardaker who has been
the guest of her sister, Miss Mary
Platt for the past month has returned
to her home at Tampa. Mrs. Harda-
ker's visits to her former home are al-
ways pleasant and this time her many
friends showered her with lovely social
attentions. Mr. Hardaker came up so
a sto return with his wife.

Emma Willard school Troy, N. T..
has issued Invitations to Its 95th. com-
mencement exercises, which will taKe
place on the morning of Jane mth.
Two of Ocala's loveliest of her many
lovely girls will receive their diplomas
then. Miss Janet Weathers and Miss
Llllian Anderson.
Mr. Louis H. Chasal will be gradt-
uated from St. Mary's college, Em-
mettsburg, MdE the middle of June.
Mr. Chazal is the eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis R. Chazal and though
only nineteen years of age, displays
very marked talent as an artist, which
profession be has chosen.

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and the il gat a m e w ftr
uatltly- t admee. .

Roy and Marsal Cn ive
Tanahaslee to & eve"d atm a*
of the time tll the elekm a the i-,
lature with theibdr tther. prem "
tIle Cran, a a I s tML ,
al momanled thlef.
Mrc I. Toe.S. Br d W M
N. TYw*b aveW gNe to *ml--M-Iw
to spe-d a couple at wese' wiRh i
To-'s daughter. Mrs. Otto Moaw
amd ao Mr. .L Tm e 4t.
Mrs. Ana ie Pqfnr a" Miss rs
Condo wnt to 0ldder -Ms a
ternoon on the 2:30 tia. emmn up ft
)unseflon with Mrs. KlMer id bw ".a
tomobile and retWMd to Ocala emt
night on the bsges PeiL


for rnt an igat-vrem grgdM
wen located Om R-th Thrdd OW t.
Appb to V. W. DittO wto OW Tk,
at the Mo.tem Ia b i.

Washington. May 2L-l~ r
and Saturday.

One of the met e"mAib, se
best loeate4 medium see d bms 1
the city, clee in and em stAt Is
offered for sale completely ftrialhe
or without furnltwe. lm e is l
bert of comdilt a d hMe all mad
conven'meac:. Apply to F. W. DIUt

Look over our liae of toilet pa-
araton. We are quiteF proud a the
fine sto k. Perfumes,' PN-,_ oa d-
soap of 9e finer grade. T *
Company. -

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the same with flyg ce4ss.


Mrs. E. 1 Carney eatertaneMd tis
afternoon at five tabl at w e-
plimeatary to Mrs. Herbert I Andr-
son. who leave tomorrow for IhM
summer outing and whom It is deeply
regretted will not return to Ocatl to
* The tables were placed ae the ver-
anda. decorated with oewer and
ferns, and progr-esions were tIlld O
dainty little card. No prines wre
given. The party was more of a gooed-
bye one and the afternoon with the
charming honoree was delighttafr
spent by the following:
Miss Fances Anderon. Mib Mary
Platt, Mesdames R. I. Andereom. Wi-
lam Anderson, G. 8. Scott. J. D. Tay-
lor. G. I McKean, C. V. Miller. Ed-.
ward Holder. 8. T. Blstrunk, I. T.
Helvenston. L. R. Chasal E. L. Porter.
Jake Brown. E L Maloney. K. M
Howard, H. H. Harold. rank Harri
and W. V. Newsom.
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Four Quarts $50

Delivered $8.75

Thin in a choice, High Grade

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University of Alabama. Tickets on
,.ale June 8. 9. 12, 14, 19, 21, 28, July
3rd and 5th. Final limit 15 days
from date of sale. but by deposit-
ing tickets with special agent
Tuscaloosa not later than 15 days
from date of sale, extension may be
had to September 30, on payment of
fee of $1.
AS.5-Nashville, Tenn., and return,
account Peabody College summer
school for teachers and Vanderbilt
Biblical Institute. Tickets on sale
June 6, 7, 8, 14, 15, 16, 28, 29 and 30.
Final limit 15 days from date of sale,
but by depositing tickets with spec-
ial agent Nashville not later than 15
days from date of sale, extension
may be had to September 30, on
payment of fee of $1.
For fall Information and sleeper
reservations call on any agent Sea-
board or write to S. C. Boylston,
Asst. Gem. Pass. Aget, Jacksonville.
Pla.; or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T.
A.. Ocala. Fla.
The Martel W. C. T. V. met last
Wednesday evening and the following
program was rendered:
Opening song. "America."
Reading, Isaiah 5th chapter. Rev.
Prayer, Rev. Nease.
Florida state song.
Reading, "In License Town," Mrs.
Address, Rev. Nease.


near-beer drunk and a souse made of
the real old prohibition stuff, says
Recorder N. R. Clarke. of the Mobile
police court.
It Is his custom now. since the good
--or evil-day of January 1st to as-
sess a fine of $25 for an ordinary
week-day drunk. But for a Sunday
drunk the fine is $50. For the re-
corder, they say. is long on enforcing
the prohibition law, says the Mont-
gomery (Ala.) Advertiser.
This time It was a negro, before
him, charged with a grand old. big-
and-tucker. Sunday souse.
"Guilty, or not guilty?" demanded
the recorder.
"Not guilty, boss. You see. I was
just near-drunk. I just drunk near-
The recorder ruminated.
"Well. since that's a special case,
with a near-drunk on near-beer, how
about a near-fine? Forty-nine dol-
lars for you. Next case!"

Alcohol and the Public Health
Dr. George W. Webster. of Chicago.
president of the Illinois state board of
health, presented one of the most
suggestive papers of the while session
on the subject. "Alcohol and Public
Health." in which he emphasized ten
special Important fundamental fact.n
regarding the alcoholic question
which in ias judgment should base all
thought and agitation on the ques-
"The alcoholic problem is more im-
lortant than tuberculosis because it
costs more lives and money.
**It costs the United States in direct
money loss over two billion dollars.
**It causes directly and indirectly at

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Warfare Against Intoxicating Liquors
Indosed by Surgeon General
In an address before the Commer-
cial Congress at Washington. D. C..
on December 7. 1908. Surgeon General
Wyman had the following to ;y!
about the warfare against lutoxicatian
laquors in our southland: I
"But I do not mean to say that witn
its salubrious climate on may settle
in any of our southern states and by
observing for himself and family the
sanitary laws and principles now so
well understood, he will be under as
favorable conditions for health and
length of life as he could be any-
where. But if he ignores saltation in
his environments, he is subject to the
Incidents of disease, Just as the same
neglect will produce the same result1
in the north. And he will likewise be
subject to such incidents if. Instead of
sanitary vigilance, he adopts what has
wrought the physical ruin of so many
in semi-tropical or tropical countries,
the intemperate use of alcoholic liq-
"But the south has recently entered
upon a vigorous warfare against th
intemperate use of alcohol. It is wag-
Ing an apparently successful contest.
which must in time have its favoring
influence on the physical welfare. And
this, together with Improving sanitary
conditions and beneflcient climate,
will make of the south a territory un-
excelled In all that pertains to health
and vigor in man."
Coming from the source it does this
is a valuable testimonial and worthy
of general consideration.
* *
Leading Physicians and Medical Au-
thorities Give Significant Tosti-
timony on Liquor Problem
I.'aders in the medical aud scien-
tific world from all parts of Americi
assembled in Washington, D. C., re-
cently for a national conference on the
alcoholic problem from a medical and
scientific point of view. The confer-
ence was held under the auspices of
the American Society for the Study
of Alcohol and Other Narcotics.
The papers presented form one of
the most remarkable Indictments of
drink from the stanpoint of scientific"
study and Investigation which has
ever been afforded on such an occa-

Alcohol the Ally of Consumption
Dr. H. J. Achard. of Asheville, N. C..
specialist on tuberculosis. In his study
of "The Influence of Alcoholism on
Pulmonary Tuberculosis" affirmed
that former theories which regard al-
cohol as a specific remedy in con-
sumption were false; that both di-
rectly and indirectly alcohol Increased
the fatality and diminishes the power
of resistance.
Continuing, Dr. Achard said:
"A comparison of mortality statis-
tics of consumption treated with alco-
hol and those treated without it,
showed that over 60 per cent. of the
former died, while only 20 per cent.
of the latter.
"The fatality was three times great-
er. Modern science has shown the
reason for this. Numerous authors
In both this country and Europe had
pointed out the fact that tuberculosis
appearing in a moderate or excessive
drinker was fatal as a rule.
"The man with weak lungs who
takes alcohol In any form is favoring
its growth and development and no
other drug Is so dangerous in Its in-
jurious effects, particularly on the
W. P. Sprating. M. D.. or Baltimore,
Md.. professor of psychology at thi
John Hopkins University, In his study
on "Alcohol and Epilepsy." declared
that from 20 to 50 per cent. of all
epileptics are traceable to the use of
alcohol, and from 70 to 80 per cent of
alcoholics have epileptic symptoms in
some form or other, and alcohol
causes many forms of epilepsy that
are not yet known. particular, in
crime and strange fits of insane acts
and co

Near-Beer-a Near-Drunk and a Near
There is a difference between a

A Badge of

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Is printed on the outer wrapper of every of

one and can only be solved when
studied from a scientific point of
Clarke county. Ohio. with Spring-
field. Ohio, .",o,aO population. has
joined the ranks of the prohibition
cities and counties. The majority was
134. not 11. as was announced.

Columbia county. F!a. continues dry
after s--v.n years' trial of pr.,hibitior.
The regular monthly meeting of the
union was held on the 20th at the'
Weirsdale hurt-h. The president.'
Mrs. Dr. L. .r, .iding. and Miss*
Lotti- Ftlak a-tinm as secretary pro'
tern. Me-tinr ,i-nA hy reading of
scriptir.. atl 'i'.ay" r.
A 1.-ttvr was r-ad from Miss Minnie-
E. XNal. presSd-, t .-f the Florida State
L'Uon. in rcganrl to the nmissio-n of
the report of the- tate W. C. T. L.
work in th.- Jacksonville Tim s-Union
Pai,-r was r..--ai1 on Christian Citi-
zenship hy Mi--. F S. Upham. A let-
t-r %x;;s r, .I f:-,n, R. v. E. G. McKin-
h'Y. T,:c>ttr of th.- Weirsdale church.
thanking- the :ur-ioi for the gift of
five dollars t, the church. It was !
voted to hold an entertainment in
commemteration cf the second anni-
versary cf t-.- or: miz.tion of the,
It xv:- t ,ed ,to 7t Christian cit-
ize-nrshi! ', :k.. ;i;,' Er.T- Ipham
\a- ,' l.,-ted ( -.,l :: .-. :*. depart-
A i'ae-r tvy Mr- AiI. n 4'ameron.
whoI) \wa: I Ot tie- t, ),' j,'.-sent. ln
"'Hling Seuial." w xv: r .l1 h%:. Leo-
tie Black.
A paper was real by Mrs. J. F.
Simpson on "Tra.iiia.,r ,'hildrpn in
C(ood Manners in thie Home."
A discussion on "socials" was join-
'-d in by Mr.< I'. M. b1-son. Mrs. A.
M. Reed. Mrs. I'phtam. Miss McMa-
lan anti th.l |resid'-nt. Mrs. Law-
rence Jones.
The next re-gular ni --ting of the un-
ion will be held on June- 16 at ;:45 Ij
m., at the church.
.'IRS. E. S. UL-HAM.
Press ( orrespondent.

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and it is the only medicine for woman's pecalier ats,
sold by druggists, the makers of which fed nw=elnd
in thus taking the afflicted into their full. -!0
The A mmem kuewaA, -.At
Dr. P t res a apR. Pc f..t lit e n
c0! detl ril tff maind rsine w o in
to ie O wtA irp me -e" -i 'd

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laurleMu, h-'r==-'=g bw... Re Ji -. -- -. .-.-
smen. Made wmr e r &. iat M do s Im 11m
eomditia of mw ind b o ebi ,,
Devised and put up by a physician of vat experience in te trd b ti
maladies. Its ingredient twve the indorsemet of leading p
schools of practice. -P
The 'Favorite Prescriiot" iskon deerwere a the a
fot diseases of women and has been so retarded for the past yeaw ml
Accept no secrr nostrum 'in place of favoritee Precpt'--a med
KNOWN COMPOSITION, with a record of 40 years of caure behind it. ,
It's foolish and often dangerous to with new or but
medicines-sometimes urged upon the affite d as "un t as o o r
"Favorite Prcscripution." The dishonest dealer omtimm t .ii
what the proffered subst e is made of, but m don't and it is e
interest that yu should know what ,Y are taking mo yw stomach n D
pecting it to act as a curative. To him its only a difference of profit. r *
insist on having Dr. Pierce's Favorite Precrition.
Send 31 one-cent stamps to paycot of Mo&n a fe W of D
Po oo fII CO'to f a
4 Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 c
World's p ry Medical tiadon, Proprietrs, R. V. Pierce M.
President, Buffalo, N..

Colds and gritp were quite preva- LV
lent last winter and Chamberlain's LEVON
Cough Remedy was in great demand
and performed some remarkable cures. Those who spent last Tuesday so
Mrs. Mary J. Robinson, of Cameron, pleasantly fishing near Summergeld
W. Va.. says: "ILast winter I was were. Mr. and Mrs. Stroaer an so, .. f.
taken with one of.the awfulest colds Dr. and Mrs. Slaughter and Mr. and
I ever had in my life. I could not Mrs. J. A. Rentz. They caught about
speak above a whisper and was very pounds of fish.
hoarse. I was afraid it was going to, Quite a crowd spent Sunday on the. i "
be pneumonia. I took one bottle of: shores of beautiful Lake Weir. Tho 4e
Chamberlain's .Cough Remedy tnd in Iwh" enjoyed this outing were. Mr. .
three days was lots better and could and Mrs. Sutton, Mr. and -Mrs. FarrellI s ma W iq| ,= 60 V.
talk. I did not take but the one bot-I and children. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jen- w & oL h .p -.i
tIe and it cured me. I now tell every- sen and children. Mr. Simpson. Miss .
body about Chamberlain's Cough Grace Ramsdell and Mr. Willie Lu- by is KOM'
Remedy and the good it did me." 3 ('ius.
----. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen spent Wednes- .T
SOUTH LAKE WEIR day shopping in Ocala.
Mrs. F. M. Ramsdell and daughter, iani s" -s- -S?
Imno i ]pmY e 0 mf t fta diaus. or .....h a- oed. Nd r
The many friends of Mr. Ernest L. Miss Gracie. are spending a day or an i
Ricker, and that includes all who two this week in Ocala. 3m d w --- B
know him. will be Interested in know- Mr. A. P. Moore, who has been Wswe r J is w tI 1 the e a titO eO -
ing that he was married in St. Johns the valued planer mill foreman for In -1i he .ia my aNl -
Church, Jacksonville, on the 25th over a year. has accepted a posltion m i "A M W Kodm t
Inst., to Mrs. Mary E. Warren, of in Ocala with Mr. Roess and left Sun- h st m h g-art Lwo I IS t A
Jacksonville. Mr. Ricker's old neigh- day. to the regret of his many friends, s sti mk W" S I min ---n "i L sto
bors here will wish all happiness and who hope to see him in Levon real T m wt a i d~ the e Ib i
success in life to him and his bride. often. _& a b 0*fg r t e t A a& a W r r
Miss Irene o;at.-s is visiting friends Mr. J. D. Scruggs spent several t tl -
In Webster for a few weeks., days last week at Live Oak and other at. J" te IM whO NLaOI----- NW "
Miss Julia Signimn is making in points, on business.
extended visit to frhi.e-ls in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Davis. of Jackson- hmu wit1te g5S" 1 B e
Mr. Louis Aloorson. of Fernandin-i, ville, are visiting their daughter and T m Ul t N N I s samiC1 =1iss
is visiting ut Mr. s. D. carter's. son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Rento. I. i-- '-
Commencing with tIll' first of June Miss Hallie Bourne, of Owenton, b Iufu hnur h awlkir gJM--lm-dlj-- *
the Union Sunday school will sus- Ky.. who has spent the past four bd t blesi sad hmrt 5re 4. B
spend its sessions until the close of months here visiting her aunt, Mrs.. -lsed. fToirm lus, .. I
the approaching rainy season. S. S. Duvall, left yesterday for Jack- M -tW I- .7g.-gk .gtlh, *
Mr. C. E. Brown was the first to sonville. where she will spend a day s Ah~ le sebo m s .eS
ship melons from this section so far or two with friends before returning swiio bAo tsro ,. --
as we have heard. Hie. In company to her home in Kentucky. Mr. D. U. g~ win nwit as. o ItK s I
with Mr. Theo. Kelsey. shipped a car- McGinnis accompanied her to Jack- e | t i ht .CO' '
load on th, 22nl. Mr. J. F. Sigmon. .onville. Miss Bourne has made manf
Nelson WVilliams, S. D. Jones and friends here who regret very much to FOR SALE VY AL.- Fl"ST CLASS
Mack Jamison have been shipping have her leave, but hope she will re-
this week s>me ocf the :Lirgest and fin- turn next winter.
est melons ever raised here. Mrs. J. D. Scruggs and children re-
Mr. R. E. Boswell. superintendent turned last Tuesday from Live Oak,
of the S. A. L., writes that Mrs. E. where she spent the Past month via-
A. Rickt-r has be,-n reappointed agent lting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Por- G '-
at this place and will resume her du- to r. Her many friends are glad to GD
ties about 4lay ->th. Thi. will be seC her home again.
gratifying news to the shippers of 1 b e g
freight but we> fear the appoint-
ment comes to, late to benefit the X.
melon shippers., ~ lhosi.'r *r,,,ps are al-
ready going forw;,rd and who are be-
Ing put to muc.a inconvenience for the IPW i l "a
want of an agent here. having to ge f Vj Y4 )m 1mm T L. Lo A ni I.
to Summerfl.-ld to order car.s W, to go r Y I have iorty-two Ohoice Resident Lots in Blocks Adjoinl
Mrs. Carri,' Sigmon-Phillips. for- H
merely of this plae, but now of Tam- BWth HowaM Academy and Uncoln I ght
pa. presented her husband with a tine Sinatumre of Alo in Blocks Adjoining Broadway.
little daughter a few days since.
Mr. W. N. Wilson. of Gainesville
visited ulis gr..vs he-r th.e past week STENOGRAPHER WANTED m ;mi
on his return from the meeting or tle- A stenographer wanted. Can boardIL | || 111 UIE iN
State Horticultural Society in D).y- with family at the mills. Apply Int iLL LUU A III) AI W 1 U A 5X
tona. Mr. Wilson is having a carlo-id ,- rson or in writing to Sumner Lum- .
of lime spread on hi gr.oves. be.r Co., Zuber Fia. a.-21 N Fak -Si.
STANDARD S rMi Sak -. *n-S

E. W. Forbes and daughter were in wm b, w m i ymf -'S
th,- Brick City Monday on business.
HElb-rt Mills and family visited
friends at. Blitchton Sunday.
*T hbavebo *rourrCaeartsfrIwnm,.with ton Plant, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. D. an a.a
hi,:u have., n~mEB.-t fbar oer ,..i... ui ;rs, c'urry of this place last Sunday.
anI o thr br ar .br1 thav e ,i .Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Shealy. of Mor-LL T
Shall certa. 'Yromnmendeih". tso mny friends as rist-n., lost their baby last week. It
Those. Oillard. E:c!n.I. I was lale] to rest in the Pleasant Hil
e- etery. The bereaved parentshi Ahv
The wells at. postmaster, book-
keep -r and pay boss of this place. FRANK P. GADSON, Owner.
made a flying trip to Morriston last
^ C AToyATtmC Oscar Curry visited Morriston Sun-
day. There must be some attraction
i ut that way.
The Dutton Phosphate Company areLOw Rates to
Pleomant.Palatabl. Potent. TatG r no running on full time.
Never S!eken. Weak-n e.r Grii.e. n 'e :' .:.. -r Frank Folks. of Jacksonville, was
4 In blk. ir i. ,. in our burg one day last week looking
Sterling RemedyCo., Chicago cr .-Y. Y. after his logging business. ACCOUNT OF.I EETING 5 U
AlUALSALE, TE MILLION BOXrES Farmers are needing rain In this
_________________ _S ectien,, though crops are looking well

C. urry and Emory Priest will FLORIDA ORANGE
FilidWsler\. cold drinks at the plonic next O.1
S friday for the benefit of their local. Lr 1

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I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, Steel, Brass, Copper, Zinc,
Tia Lead, Rubber, Bsaunlg, barrels, Leather, Etc.; old Engines,
BUlers. Raft, XtC. whether as second-hand or scrap and pay the
highest price In csh for same. Write or call on me and let me know
what you have and were it is located.
ZE. 7. D30ETN3r:EI3



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