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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY I9, ItL
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Staftd Dates, in
a- jars sec
Palled igs, in
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Preserved Figs, in
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sItced Bacon. In
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Berring Roe. in
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sfke ver C mMrc la
0Oce bouar: to 12 a. p : I to
CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. D.
HOMEOPATRIC PHYSICIAN ANDI
Oflee--Segond Floor The Munroe &
Chamblia Bank Building. Ocala
Telephones-Ofice, 222; Residence.
Ofee Hours-9 to 12 a. c..; 2 *o 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.
Op IMto the Lobbty of the Ocala
Offers the very beat service of
killed workmen with modern ap-
ofat-M Strictly sanitary. Electric
ftan, olectrie manage.
ieot -. aiming Water at AD Tbm-
VINCNT C. lkair E C, Mamager
V. C. BLANCRD
IRMCTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. a 4. OCALA, FLA.
I receive dally shipments of choice
fresh and. salt water fish of the best
varieties. I handle nothing but Ash.
and handle them right.
PhoeM t City Markt.
Life Assurance Society
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MIM8 FLORIDA CONDON.
NAGliE IS SMCESSF
Gret Returns in Sight and the Wori
is Net Ceeting the Taxpayers
People of the Pinellas Peninsula
Tallahassee, May 29.-The move-
ment to create Pinellas county by cut-
ting off the west coast of Hillsboro
county, received its death blow last
night when. by a vote of 22 to 3 the
senate killed the bill which passed the
house by an almost unanimous vote.
I A LIVING SKELETON
Is the final condition of any child that
has worms--if It lives. Think of hay-
ing something In your stomach that
eats all you take as nouriahment Nine
tenths of the bnbles have worms, may
be yours has. Be certain that ,t has
not by giving It White's Cream Ver-
mifuge-It expels all worms and is a
tonic for the baby. Price 25 cents. d
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
RACE TRACK GAMBLING
IN A CLOSE CORNER
Tallahasee, Fla.. May 29.-With no
further debate the senate yesterday
afternoon passed. by a vote of 18 to 7.
the Sloan bill prohibiting race track
gambling In Florida.
Am Important measure passed to
third reading is a bill by Senator
Sams which prohibits children affliet-
ed with pulmonary tuberculosis from
admittance to the public schools of
A resolution by Senator McMullen
of Hillaborough memorializing Con-
gress for'a survey of a ship canal from
Jacksonvile to Tampa was passed.
The' h6use amended the general
revenue bill so as to exempt veterans
of either army from license up to $500.
REV 1. W. WILLIAMSON'S LETTER
Rev. L W. Williamson, Huntington.
W. Va., writes: "This is to certify
that I have usel PFley's Kidney Rem-
edy for nervous exhaustion and kid-
ney trouble and am free to say that
it will do all that you claim fbr It."
Foiey's Kidney Remedy has restored
health and strength to thousands of
weak. run down people Contains no
harmful drugs and Is pleasant* to take.
Sold by all drmggists.
MURDERED BY MOROS
A Sergeant and Two Privates Killed
Manile. Phil. lids.. May 29.-A report
of the slaughter of a sergeant and
two privates of the United States
army was received at army headquar-
ters here yesterday. 'According to the
report a band of Moros surprised an
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BAILEY IN ANOTHER BATTLE
Washington. D. C.. May 2S.-Senator
Bailey of Texas and W. S. Manning.
representative of the New York Times
In the senate press gallery exchanged
blows just as the senate adjourn A'
yesterday as the result of a conversa-
tion they had in reference to an arti-
cle printed by the New York ne-wspa-
per questioning the sincerity 'of the
senator in his course on the. inci'll*
Neither of the participants were in-
jured as they were separated by Sen-
ator Clapp. Porto Rican Commission'-r
Larrinaga. with a number of sna',
employes and several newspar,,r ,ir-
Manning is a slender young man
from South Carolina. He is much
smaller than Bailey.
THE CAPTAIIOFTIE ISAS
A Story of Love and Adventure en the
Little Known Coast of South-
(By Louis Tracy.)
In Connection With the Hotel Office
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to
HOT AND COLD WATER
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Everybody is likely to have kidney
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Tallahassee. Fla.. May 29.-Declar-
ing that thfe drainage of the Ever-
glades is proving entirely practicable
and urging that the work be pursued
as rapidly as possible the special in-
vehtigating commission submitted to;
both houses of the legislature yester-
day a most comprehensive report at
he, investigations made.
After giving a routine description of
the trip up Miami river on the East
4'east to where the drainage opera-
tions are going on and up ihe Caloo-
sasatchee on the west. the report dis-
'usses- the* drainage in detail.
TV:e party*was accompanied by for-
mer Gov. Napoleon B. Broward. ;-ho
inaugurated the present reclamation
work. and was given every opportun-
ity to see all of the drainage work oy
the people living in the drainage dis-
tricts. They report that on the East
SCoast especially great fields of tom.-
toes and vegetables and groves of
fruit trees now are producing great
crops where before the drainage work
was begun the lands were practically
"The trustees." says the report in
part. "have withdrawn the' lands in the
Everglades from sale as their -value
is constantly being enhanced by the
drainage operations and unless some-
thing unforseen happens the state
school fund will be greatly benefited
by the proceeds of these lands after
the- drainage is conepleted.
"Not one' cent of the money paid by
the taxpayers of this state has ever
been use-d in the drainage of the Ever-
glades and the money so raised can
never be used for that purpose unless
appropriated by the legislature. No
person cwnhig land outside the Ever-
glade na-eel have the slightest appre-
hensloja that any tax will ever be
levied or collected on his land or on
any of his property for the drainage of
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Wm. Uipchurch. of Glen Oak, Okta.,
was in exile fti-m home Mountain
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remedies for two years. After six
months he returned death dorging his
steps. "Then I began to use Dr.
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Infallible for coughs and colds. It dis-
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Cures grip. hroachbits, hemorrhages.
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IN NEW YORK
New York, May 29.-The Ieii'e t-
day are looking for four dlesp,-rand..-.
who held up forty men and women in
a West Fourteenth stre-t restaurant
yesterday at revolver points. forcing
the cashier and"' patrons to give upl
their money and valuables. The* quar-
tet at an opportune mom-r.t entered
the restaurant. Two covered the-
crowd with revolvers from the ..n-
trance while the other two, did the,
ransacking. All four mysteriouly es-
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SAYS HE KILLED MRS. GUNNESS
Queer Story Told irj Norway by Sailor
Who is Apparently Sane
'hristiana. Norway. May _19 -A
young American sailor is under arre-.t
at Frerelkstad. near t'hristiana. as a
self-confessed murderer. He told his
captain that he helped Mrs. Belle
Gunness kill four persons on her farm
near Laporte. Ind.. and that he th'-n
killed Mrs. Gunness herself. The- man
did not Impress the captain as h-in!
Insane, but as one forced by his con-
science to tell the truth.
The sailor is now under ubse-rvati.ri
as to his mental condition. Tit .
has been reported to H. H >.Pir-..
the American minister to Norwa'y.
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A DETERMINED MOB
Stormed a Texas Jail and Shot a
Criminal to Death
Abllene. Tex.. May 29.-The Taylor
county jail was stormed yesterday by
a mob of determined men. bent upon
the death of Tom Barnett. the cattl-
man recently convicted of the ntrd -r
of Alexander Sears. a prominent bui.;-
The mob made a demand upon the
jailer to open the door and deliver upi
the prisoner. They were refused ad-
mission,. and battered down the en-
trance. Then they sought to obtain
entrance into the cell v'here Barn-'tu
was confined. They could not pirocur.
the key and worked for an hour try-
ing to cut the bars. Failing in this
and fearing interruption, they .drew
their guns and shot the man dead a
he cowered in the corner of the cell.
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.;a\ i' tI a IIn 'r **o i*l0 ;'4.1s -1 Were
:ulllis'l t [)C t'l* *;:ll 'o n :lll :l!t: ullM sly
lie *. iated liit sie nnii: crrft. e
lioi'li'.- five or sisx men itr Ion and
Uwo:i4ini At the distamci. ne.r!y three
miles he coilid not Ile eertalin whether
or not Iheyv ;al l w- re
lhet;,lre- of fi-aitlier-. .1A ; inst wind|
inn.l ,nrr-enit .h i rcouhld 1i'* iiel sibly
rlach t;.i e shiIp under ltalr !ia; bour. and
I;:o mi.tIIlues of the fleet surprised
T!he new< th the In!lans were ad-
vanrini; ran through the ship like wild
1ie. Ivncludini Mr I*voyle. Frascuelo
;and thl-se tonin tlhe Chileans whose
n'ouiis we'r not serious. there were
fourt-en miien availaille for the de-
feij.;e UI'stortunately the su1iply of
tirni.ii wIas iuaide)tUi:te. A shotgun
:aiu tive re'"olvers constituted the ar
11100-3. :,,II. on' 1 of the pistols wvas in
t('riirto i:til's pket The supply of
;:intiw:iit-ni wa :s so small that the re-
volvers .coild lnot be reloadel more
than three times, but Courtenay had
2WA shot cartridges, and against naked
maiI an oulic of shot is far more ef-
fective than a bullet.
The captain hoped to terrify the In-
dians Iwfore they attempted to scale
the ship's sides. If various ruses fail-
ed and the attack was pressed, be bad
decided not to split up his small force
in the effort to repel boarders. A scat-
tered resistance would surely break
down at one point or another; there
would be a rush of savages along the
decks, a panic among the Cbhileans. aud
all would be ended. On the other baud.
when fighting collectively under Euro-
pean leadership and well aware that
the Indians would kill and spare not,
the half breeds might be trusted to ac-
quit themselves. like men.
The canvas awning constituted a
flimsy citadel in the center of the ves-
sel. Six men were stationed on the
starboard side of the promenade deck
and six on the port side. Tollemacbe
and a Chilean who said he could shoot
well were told to frustrate any at-
tempt to climhub the after part of the
hbin, while Courtenay. with bis fowl-
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It iI astonishing how great a change
fewT y.ars of n:arrt(d life often make la
the appjeara:.ce and disposition of many
woti< n. The freshries, the charm, the
bri;iane vanish li'.o the bloom from a
peach which is rudely handled. The
ri:::ron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo
of the charming maiden. Therearn two
reasons for this change, Ignorance and
negeckL Few young women appreciate
the shock to the system through the
change which comes with marriage and
motherlood. Many neglect to deal with
the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak-
nesses wh;c to t often come with mar-
riage and motherhood, not understanding
that this secret dr.nain is robbing the eheek
of its frsblu. and the for of Iw
As surely as the general health fIan
wvben there isd gementothe eat
of the delicate wonisorgane, so merely
wh hesogans Jtabished tIn
to the Tact in Iae come ay
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For nursing mothrsor forth fhose roke-
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children, also for the expectant mother.
to prepare the system for the comlag of
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physician of larpe experience In thetreat-
ment of woman s' peculiar ailments.
Dr. Pierce may be consulted by le
f of charge. Addreo Dr. H. V. Pierce,
lag i)ieee. would navte te a a* s&=
Of thi r.eork fronm the spar deck. as be
uuletook to keep the rails lear for-
ward and he"p the revolver practke If
necessary. With him was Suarm. who
knew what was expected of lms. so
the language dUlculty offered no ap-
parent hindrance once the fight began.
Finally, if the Indians Iade good their
footing, the defenders were to rally to-
ward the salon companiloa where
steam jets were ready to spurt with-
ering blasts along the corridors.
It was a good plan and might have
kept at bay an enemy of higher valor
than the Alaculofs, provided they were
not armed with rifles Against mod-
erm weapons of long range nothing
could be done. If Soares did not exaV-
gerate, therein lay the real danger.
Courtenay wished to make sure at the
outset of the number of guns carried
by the savages. It was also important
to know whether their marksmen were
distributed or crowded together In one
or two canoes. If the latter, be would
give those warriors his special atten-
His binocular glasses were not strong
enough, so he walked back toward the
chart house to procure a telescope.
Catching Joey under his left arm. bhe
climbed the short ladder leading to
the spar deck and pulled it up after
him. the bolts having been already re-
moved to permit of that being done.
Walker was screwing tight the door
of the engine room in order to safe-
guard the fireman In attendance on the
donkey boiler. Now that the screw-
driving was actually in operation it
very unpleasantly reminded Courtenay
of the fastening of a coffin lid. Nel-
ther Walker nor the man inside could
guess the grewsome notion whieh held
the captain Ia Its chilly grip for an In-
stapt. Indeed. the engineer looked up
with a grin.
"I suppose it's twue, ir., the-aw's
ga'o to be a fight?" he asked.
"There's a fair chance of one, Wal-
Walker winked suggestively.
"That chap inside thinks he's out of
It." he said. "so that's all wight." An
energetic turn of the screwdriver signi-
fied that the man from Newcastle held
the opposite view. Much as he loved
his enginesm, he preferred to be on deck
when the trouble came.
It happened that during this slight
delay Courtenay glanced at the north
ern headland, which Elsie had christ-
ened Cape Templar owing to the some-
what remarkable profile of a knight In
armr offered by its award crags.
Poeibly had he gone straight to the
chart house be might not have noticed
a signal fire which was in full blast
on the summit of the cliff. It had not
been many minutes in existence, and
it struck him at once that It was a ve-
hicle of communication between the
sav.ges in the approaching canoes and
others, yet Invisible, who were expect-
ed to share in the attack.
He was quick to perceive how serd-
ously this new peril affected his calcu
lations. By the time the mine canoes
be bad counted were alongside the ship
there might be dozens of others ready
to help them. He leaned over the rail
"Did you test those flexible pipes this
morning?" be Inquired.
"Yes, sir. they aw In fine condition."
"Try them again, will you? I want
to make sure. Our lives may depend
on them very soon."
He saw Suares watching the oncom-
ig canoes. By a touchb on the shoulder
he called the man's attention to the
smoke signal on Cape Templar. A
voluble and perfervid explanation in
Spanish was useless. Here arose the
unforeseen ieed of an Interpreter
Without troubling to analyse his feel-
ilngs Chourtenay was glad of the excuse
whleh presented itself of obtaining a
momentary gilmpee of Elsie.
"Bring the senorita," be said. and
Elsie, wondering why she had been
summoned from the salon, ran up the
bridge companion. Her face was
aglow with excitement, her beart going
pitapat She hoped that Courtenay
meant to keep her near him during the
fight She almost doubted Christobal's
statement that the captain had given
specific orders that she was to remain
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the city, the farmers of the surroundlag y.
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We solicit a share of your business. .
In the salon. It was one thing that
she should wish to avoid him. but why
should be wish to avoid her?
The joy In her eyes died away when
she found that the captain merely re-
quired a translator The restraint she
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- - ~OCALA M141014 WSAR, SATURDAY, MAY N O
MIS GAMSVY'S RECITAL '
I ATTENDED BY MANY
Duet. "Valse"-Beatrice Williams
Sand Ml- Gamaby.
"Heather Blooms"-Onie Chazal.
"Dance of the Gnats"-Loulse Spen-
Duet, (a) "Fragment"; (b) "Dance
of the Clowns"-Marle Halle and Miss
"In Toyland"-Martha Kate Rentz.
t "At the Spinning Wheel--Alfred
(a) "Album Lea:"; (b) "(-eltic
"Un Soir de Juin"-Mabel Meffert.
"Concerto in D Minor"-Nellie Gott-
ILa Gaselle"-Ruth Boney.
"Concerto in G Minor"-Annie Laurie
"Valse Brilliante"-Theo Wallis..
Parents and friends had looked for-
ward to Wednesday evening's musical
in the Ocala House parlors given by
Miss Kate Gamsby and her pupils for
some time. Every chair In the par-
lors was occupied. At the, back of th-
spacious rooms many peopl-' we-
standing, the window ledges were em-
cupled and the sight was enough to
fill the hearts of the participants and
the hearers with the greatest jlri..-
and satisfaction for nothing Is so in-
spiring as a full house.
Each pupil committed herself splen-
didly and showed the skill and pier-
fection will. which she or he had been
taught by Miss Gamsby. Each was
loudly applauded and the attention of
the audience was closely held during
the entire time. The girls looked very
dainty and sweet in their pretty new
concert dresses with bright ribbons
and the boys with their strong and
firm touch, were handsome as the. sat
and played by their teacher, who has
every reason to be proud of her class.
Miss Sara Davis' perfect rendition
of her difficult piece brought gener-
ous applause, as did also Miss Ethel
Haycraft who, for her age. plays
Miss Gamsby offers a gold and silver
medal each year for the ones in the
two classes, senior and junior, who
make the highest average during the
term. The highest mark is 240 and
this year Miss Hayeraft made 334
perfect marks, which is a most glow-
Ing record. Miss Annie Laurie Perry
made 230 marks and Miss Helen
Brown 229 marks, both of which, tho'
not a close second, are splendid re-
ports. Miss Ruth Boney won the sil-
ver medal for the junior class with a
record 4f 230 perfect marks. Judge
W. S. Bullock delivered the medals In
his usual pleasing manner.
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A SMILE FOLEY'S
SMWILE ^ --*
PtANO AND VIOLIN RECITAL i
BY MISS CONNOR'S PUPILS'
Th- piano and violin recital of the
pupils of MIss Mary Connor's class
last night at the armory dr-w a fair
house but the.- ilcasur,- th!-y recvivld
was great. We- appe'nd the program.
which will t-l! the pleasing story bet-,
t-r than Qe- can.
"Th,- American Scho-! March"-Vio-
lins. Eula i)wen. Georgo. MacKay. Roob-
-rt Connor. Fred M
Fishl-I andl Edward Connor; piano.
Elizabe.th 4)wyn ani Ruth Harder.
Vi,'in ,lu -t. *Sing M1.- to Slee,"-
Miriam *'-nr.or ,ati Linn Sanders.
Violin so',. "'Hari. Sounds"-Fred
Pian. Triu. Ballata"-M1av and Rae
Stine andi Mary "onner.
Violin solo. "Adoration"-Charhles
Violin quintet-ti. "Pizzi.ato Serenade"
-Eula Owen, FPrd Meffert. George,
MacKay: Roh. rt Connor and Charles
Violin solo. "The Hnol City"-Eula'
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LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA:
Boarding School for Boys Conddbted by the teri of St. Joseph. Teu
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Caretafully Trained along Phyacal, Int -
lectual. Moral and Social Unes. Healthy Location. )cARI t M wimmi
Pool. Complete Equipment in Schoelroon.s. Dormitori s, Dibftg Ba i an
Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPMUOR.L
St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, lakrida :
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OCALA, FLORIDA. -".'.
IY AT ALL TIMES A COMPLETE STOCK 0
Viol in sol". -0 Restitqs Se a"-;PI4oR 11~
Robert and Edward (Con nor. Doors, Paint&
Vi-olin vzoho. **i-w#-rs ;and Ferns**-!, aa1am
*Kets-1 in St-p-I'lVolins. Fula 7Owet Farm nt
'1enrgs- MaicKty, Robert (Connor. FrlidsdT rnOTe
M(-ff,-t. Chat, -aEdardtIrwvz5he
4qfl.*offth. ...o .i aw NMilPhosphate and Trptr~entinke Suippie&s.
th- 414,ilal Coinefcri ''i* which9
Miss~ i'41hior T%;in,; i~nt in f-orni-
.ng anif in 1-Li*> K first vi'.~in Gunls, Revolvers, Annuniflon, JNIngs, fianning Cutb, oft Q
and w hs.s- Ar*w 4 'i n t iz.,.; ire a fo r
s.ourcl ilf ~air-,inc .- an 1 -n-Sae-gnt fo and carry in stockIMplIm ei
t husias 'm to a! i lo-v .o A'm siiansn if'
While M IissCin tr xvi:r$ hto-i i hi-
ojei nAaaa .Ihmf her fatth' r. Mr. 04F. ('nnor ei ( ol Com~pany.
him until ov-.r ia ar ag".-ith rth. d wo aFed en e
During tte.~-wo ,yt;-rs M i I nnmit mlrna dEwo dFedF ne
Wa.; .1 rnulsit timisil .4 th. lat.- NIr s.
Anit- alitrmad hitllm .in Ekiil'y He" BeCJLAR K SON, Gresietal M a naaget
vili-. Mi ss i* hIt- W lolx aS born with
intsic in hIar swi Ci!ind heryer ds of(ie--
plane' hav. domuenstriitted this fact by!
making th~wbs instriamio-zits r',-pe tndt tet'ui-t.ar h i i A
Tile stage was prettily decorated for!
the occasion and with it.- group *of
handsome boys andI pretty girls per-
forminug onl their instruments. madt.t ;
picture that one loings to dwell upon. i
In the orclht-.stiral number- .M i..s
Connor Iploayd th.e piaio andl Mr. Leonil
Fishel w% ith his flute led i he orchestra
in a masterful manner. Those j pr..eenit
felt they certainly had enjoyed a v.ry
delightful evening in listiningi to the i
bright pupils instructed by Mi.ss Co.li-
- pALA Amgo okor qlgva 'I tw
Special prices ln embroid M
ery and white oodb this Must Have Room For. The Big, Fall
week at Masters'. Don't fail Stock I Intend Purchasing; Therefore
to see them beforebuying__.
elsewhere. byirices Have Been Cut Through My
.T- Entire Big Stock, Good Until July 15th
SEABOARD AIR jaNE
$17.63, Ashbville, N. C.. and return.
account National Association T A
P. A. of America. Tickets on sale A re
May 28, 29 and O30. Final limit Are
30 days from but not including
date of sale.
$27.25, Louisville, Ky., and return, MyO '
account annual session Ancient Ll n s W VW
Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June
5, 6, 7 and 8. Final limit June J
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return, -
account International Convention' D
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on e
sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25, 1909.
$14.25, Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count American Association of;
Opticians. Tickets on sale June!
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,,
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return, H a
account Dramatic Order Knights t r.
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8. 9, 10, and Dn
11. Final limit July 26, 1909. D U n
$31.6 -Memphis, -enn.. and return,:
account Interstate Cotton Seed
Crushers' Association. Tickets on' Su nmc
sale May 16. 17 and 18. Final limit
May 22, 1909.
$6690-Denver, Colo., and return, ac-,
count General Assembly Presbyter-;
ian rcurch of U. S. of America.o
Tickets on sale May 16. 17, 18 and!
19. Final limit to reach original s
starting point October 31.udn | l
$ 35-Savannah, Ga.. and return, ac-
count General ..ssemby Presbyter-__________
ian church in United States. Tick-
ets on sale May !7, 18 and 19. Final
lir-"t June 2, 1909.
$16.25-Memphis, Tenn.. and return,,
account Annual Reunion United' ;
Confederate Veterans. Tickets onW ll t
sale June 5. 6 and 7. 6 and 7. Final limit
June 4 but by depositing tickets You had tie
with special agcnt Memphis between
June o and 14. extension may be
had to July 1. on payment of fee of
$20.80-Nashville, Tenn.. and return,
account Annual Session Sunday I II
School Congress and Young Peo-
Sle's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale'
June 7, 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days
from but not including date of sale.
$15.25-Tuscaloosa, Ala.. and return.
account summer school for teachers F 4
University of Alabama. Tickets on
sale June 8. 9. 12, 14. 19. 21, 23, July
3rd and 5th. Final limit 1.7 days
from date of sale,,. but by deposit-' LORIMER E T E
ing tickets with special agent
Tuscaloosa not later than 15 days Sringfietld, Ills.. May 29-
from d(late of sale. extension may be man Wiliam iLorimer of (
had to S-eptember 30. on payment of thi Junitor United States sei
fee of $1. Illinois. le was elected on
0.--Nashvile.. Tenn.. and return. ball.,t in the assembly yest<
account Pt-ab,)dy College summer '"iiti(n of 53 democrats
school for ttach,' rs and Vanderhilt ;uhli'an votes, to fill the va
Biblical Instiute. Tickets on salet llhii-'is whih has existed in
June 6. 7 S. 14. 1.. 16. 22. 29 and 30., *lt" sinr., th,- term of Albel
Final limit 1: .g-- fr.nm da ,f oil. 'kism.. re-publican primary can
You Going to Need Any
)men s or Childrens' Shoes; LIw
gh Cut See us Before You
iy Your Summer Shoes.
Will You Need Any
Shirts for Work, Shirts for
Rear for Men and Women,
er Pants for Men and Boys.
All Out 4 Ply
ats fot Men and Boys 5 Cents Each
II You Think You
Use Any Writing Paper and Envelopes
ter See us. Great Sacrifice In Stationery
P. Gadson, Proprietor
Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida
OCALA SVlNINI STAN, SATURDAY, MAY ,I M e
[W-1 1AES FUR lENTf
We Sel Thm Easy Terms
NY YOURSELF A NIOE HOME
We Se Taf Emy Tem
S-Lt Me Lok A terror,,,
hrery IW TM are Away TiSuer
IA. FRANK, MANAGER
- - - FLORIDA
SCRAP METAL AND JUNK
I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron. Steel. Brass, ,Copper, Zinc,
Tin, Lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrels, Leather, Etc.; old Engines,
Boilers, Rails, Etc.. whether as second-hand or scrap and pay the
highest price in cash for same. Write or call on me and let me know
what you have and were it is located.
E =. D A ,
PRONE 341 BIUrwJ.N MARKET AND LAUNDRY, OCALA, FLA
ff PosrmvvLY cuIR
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come in and look it over if
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co
400 ladies' trimmed hats. worth up
to $4 each,. 1.98 while they last. At
If you wint to feel well, look well
and be wtelL take Foley's ridney
Remedy. It tones up the kidneys and
bladder, purifies the blood and re-
stores health and strength. Pleasant
to take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence toda .?
Sold by all druggfts.
i Of Final Settlement and Disoharge
Notice is hereby given that on the
I first day of December, A. D. 1909, the
undersigned as administrator of the
estate of John Kinsler, deceased, will
present my accounts and voucher to
Hon. Joseph Bell, Judge of probate, rt
his office in Ocala, Florida. and will
make by final settlement as such ad-
ministrator and will apply for dis-
charge as administrator of said estate .
As Administrator of the Estate .)f
October 14th, 198.
?In the Circuit Court. Marion County.
Thomas P. Denham. as Trustee. vs.
(Aklawaha Fruit Company, et al.
To bondholders and all persons claim-
ing under and by virtue of the trust
set up by the complainant in the
above stated cause, or claiming other-
wise a lien upon or ownership of any
of the lands and personal property in-
volved therein, and to all whom it may
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified to present your bonds, cou-
pons and claims under the trust set
up by the complainant in the above
AIY 1O1 TN S1 m 1'
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or l drinose .Ri** c-hm ns'id,. V'a. ;m,.nts and wa. congratulated upon;
o Chills and Fever. Price 25c. the beautiful program she prepared.
lcailtifill liIie ot Uew em-i As each arrived they were ref-eshedl
Mrs. ollie nth If <'with a glass of cool and delicious. mint
a Mrs. st io the ohala Hou.s-. broideries just received at punch served by the hostesses fr.,n
Sthe club punch bowl. which was sue-
Lest ou forget that the Globe iMasters' at rd ite pri(S rounded with ferns and nasturtiums.
Les under y selling Stoha" in Ocal this week' After the conclusion of the program
an half an hour social was enjoyed.
M1r. J. A. Pittman hias. returned fr.m punch and tea wafers being passed by
visit tJ. A. friend at El return. ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Misses Annie Davis and Annie Atkin-
I have just received a new supply son.
Drop us a postal card for the Julyv "f electric fixtures. Among them are The out of town visitors present in-
e'all Fashion Sheets. The ;lhobe. *iome handsome bracket fixtures and eluded Mrs. A. B. Efird of Leesburg,
Tungiton fixtures. Inverted or turned and Mrs. J. M. Jackson, ofMIaml.
Mr. W. P. Edwards has re.turne.l down. H. W. Tucker.
oam a business trip to Jacksonville. REVIVAL SERVICES
THE "MERRY WIDOW" FOR SALE
REXALL On account of the fact that I am During Coming Week at the Baptist
building a speed launch for use on the Church
440 ladies' trimmed hats, worth up springs. I will sell the launch "Merry Beginning with tomorrow's services
$4 each. $1.98 while they last. At Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to me a series of meetings wil be conducted
ie Globe. or to R. D. Mathews. at the laundry. by Mr. Carroll. pastor of the church
5-4-tf Frank Mathews, City. at the Baptist church during the com-
Mrs. Marcus Frank returned this ing week. Evening services at 7:45.
morning from her visit to her ipar-nts Day services announced later., This
Savannah. will be the last week of Mr. Carroll's
stay in Ocala. A cordial invitation is
Have you seen the new visible Fay- extended every one to attend these
aeles typewriter? R. C. Davis & C -- services.
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Dr. H. C. Groves cam, up yesterday
frt m Tampa and is a guest, of tli-
Oca Ii House.
Mr. Chas. A. Floyd. of th., I'ruit
Growers Express. is at the >eial)a
Mr. W. R. Bingham. a naval
oi.m-raltor of Tamlpa. is at thet
Eagle Minstrel Co., armory th,,ath r
Tuesday night. Don't forget-t th,. timt,
the place and the attraction.
400 ladies' trimmed hat.s, worth up
to $4 each, $1.98 while they last. At
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms if desired.
Mr. J. G. Lege had ti ree cars of
cantaloupes pass through his hands
Think of It. the Globe has just re.-
ceived 40 hats for ladies. They are a
marvel of style and price.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksovlille.
will sell any make of second-band
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Mr. Willie Jeffcoats and Frankie
Harris went down to the lake today
to spend Sunday.
We have the nicest line of
brushes, combs and other toilet
cles in the city. Tydings & Co.
Mrs. Potts of Martel was in
today the guest of Mrs. W. I).
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each: $7.O per dozen.
400 ladies' trimmed hats. worth 'ip
to $4 each, $1.98 while they last At
Mirs. May Bingham. of the Star. is
spending a few days with relatives at
Bartow and Winter Haven.
Tuesday evening the Eagle Minstrel
troupe will give their big show at the.
armory theater. Ocala. You'll nev.or
forgive yourself if you are not th.-re
FOR SALE-A nearly new Under-
wood typewriter, cheap for cash. Ap-
ply to C. C. Bryant. at the H. B. Mas-
ters Co. 5-22x
Mrs. Edward Badger returned sv-
eral days ago from a pleasant visit Io
Tampa with her daughter. Mrs. Sam-
Hudnut's toilet waters. perflumes.
soaps and powders, none better 'ar
more delightful, at the Court Pharm-
Soda Water Time
Ice Cream Place
The lovers of real good sodawater
and ice cream find ours touches the
spot for them. We aim at quality,
which is why we hit their apprecia-
tion. Tie quality of our confectionery
makes it necessary to keep up the
reputation of our store, and our soda-
water and ice cream does lust that.
Every one will attend the Eagle
MinstrlI at tihe armory theater Tues-
day evening June 1st. Don't fall to
see the big show.
That sketch. "Getting Rid of His
Ma-in-Law." at the Air Dome this
evening. Is going to be the funniest
thing you ever saw, and the other
three subjects will be funnygraoh
jewels of the first water.
Miss Adele Bittinger was the recip-
ient upon her graduation of a regular
shower of presents, but none did she
appreciate more than a copy of the
"Germans in Colonial Times." sent h'er
by her distinguished niece, Miss Lu, ,"
Journey Bittinger, the authoress, ,of
Hoarseness, bronchitis and other
throat trouble are quickly cured by
Poley's Honey and Tar as it soothes
and heals the i..flamqd throat and
bronchial tubes and the most obsinate
cough disappears. Insist upon lrving
the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar.
Sold by all druggists.
Mr. Leon Fishel will leave tomorrow
foar Albany. Ga., to be best man at the
marriage of his friend, Mr. J. B. Wolff
of Atlanta. to Miss Bertha Carper, of
Albany. The ceremony will take place
EAGLES TO GO TO GAINESVILLE
The Ocala Eagles' minstrel troupe
will leave Ocala Monday afternoon
over the S. A. LI at 2:40 o'clock. They
will leave Gainesville at 11:30 and re-
turn home via Waldo at 1:30. Pare
for the round trip $1.60. It is the wish
of the Eagles to have as many of their
friends as possible join them. Fori
further Information consult Messrs. P.j
G. B. Welhe W. C. Moore or A. E.
TICKETS AT OCALA NEWS CO.
Tickets for the Eagle Minstrel at
the armory theater Tuesday night are
on sale at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. Emmett Robinson today bought
a Maxwell runabout from Messrs. R.
E. Yonge & Son.
MAs. Albert Birdsey and sweet lit-
tle daughter, Mary. who have been
with Col. and Mrs. Martin all winter,
left today for Asheville, N. C., to visit
Mrs. Birdsey's sister. Mrs. HowaV4
Munroe for several weeks, after which
they will be joined by Mr. Birdsey and
take a trip to New York. Mrs. Bird-
sey's visit with her parents was a
most delightful one and she was the
honoree of numerous large and Infor-
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Camp, Miss
Freda Kopp, of Switzerland. Mrs. Her-
bert Anderson, Miss Frances Ander-
son, Miss Ethel Robinson and Miss
Hope Robinson were passengers this
morning on the 6 o'clock train to
Jacksonville. This afternoon at 2 they
sailed on the Mohawk for New York.
From there the Misses Robinson will
proceed to Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Camp
and guest to the Adirondacks, where
they have a cottage, and Mrs. Ander-
son and daughter, after a few days
shopping, will go to Troy, N. Y. Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Roess accompanied the
party to Jacksonville and proceeded
from there to Norfolk, Va.. where
they will.-Join Mr. Lewis on his ex-
tensive automobile tour.
Mr. C. S. Cullen and family leave on
Monday for England to visit Mr. Cul-
Mrs. Chas. W. Wight left today for
Jacksonville, where she will be join-
ed by her husband for a week. and'
then she will take a Clyde Line steam-
er for New York City. and from there
will go to Boston to join a merry
houseparty and spend the summer in
the mountains of Maine. It is hoped
by her many friends that she will re-i
turn and spend' the winter In Ocala;
Dr. William Anderson and son.
William, had a most delightful time on
their recent trip to Crystal River.
They caught plenty of small fish and
the doctor landed two tarpon and had
a number of strikes.
Messrs. T. E. Williams of the Sum-
ner Lumber Co., Mr. Pierce of the;
Marion Lumber Co., and Mr. Sumter
Mr. W. W. Zapp of New York. is at
the Ocala House.
Try that Perfecto Smoker at the
Court Pharmacy. It's a good on,.
Mr. A. C. Adams of Atlanta, i, .a
guest of the Ocala House.
Drop us a postal card for the July
McCall Fashion Shet-s. The GlIobe.
Mr. W. I. Warner of Aprlli-tn. S
C.. is at the Montezuma.
Lest you forget that the Globe is.
the "Under Selling Store" in Oi-ala.
Mr. J. W. McRae. of Tampa. is ,t
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
cure chills and fever, 25 cents.
Mr. W. H. McRalney of Wildw,,d .;.
a guest of the Montezuma.
Lest you forget that the Globe Is
the "Under Selling Store" in Ocala.
Mr. M. D. Real of Martin. is at h, .
a Drop us a postal card' for thi, Jul.i
1M<.'all Fashion Sheets. Th.- ;loh..
Mr. T. e'. Arn of Nashvill.- i. :at th..-
i M ntezuma.
Limeade, from fr,.sh I-'lrida; limi,..
:at the ('.Cort Pharmaty.
Miss Pauline Pea-. l, ft todl; fr .a
w,'k' visit to friends :it .1l,';,i,>:y.
FANCY CRACKERS IN
CARTOONS AND TINS
Tr t,-ling n nd president salesman to
,. f;i.t selling, active and wide-
,! If#inanolotl spilcialty. Very liberal
*..n.,i:..ssifl Int, rnitional Paint Man-
MEETING OF THE WOMAN'I CLUB
Friday afternoon the Woman's Club
rooms were open for the regular
monthly social to which a member is
permitted to be accompanied by a
friend. The rooms, decorated with
ferns and other cool looking plants
and flowers by the hostesses for the
afternoon. Mrs. 0. T. Green, Mrs. CL T,
Maughs and Mrs. J. K. Austin, were
The president being away. the vice
president. Mrs. Mote, acted as master
of ceremonies. The musical program,
under the management of Mrs. A. L.
WIiar, began with a selection on thel
Planola-Pianu. which is being dem-j
onstrated in Ocala at present by Mr
J. L. Carter, who is sent out by the
Ludden & Bates Company of Jackson-
ville. His selections played during
the afternoon were heartily applaud-
Dr. Dodge who needs no introduc-
tion to the Ocala ladies, was then
called upon for a talk. He held the
closest attention of his audience for
half an hour with his well chosen and
appropriate subject, -Domestic Econ-
omy." Dr. Dodge dwelled long and
forcefully on the servant question and
clearly showed that white help would
not be satisfactory and unless the la-
dies would band themselves together
and demand suet and such require-
ments from the colored help they em-
ployed, that the servant question
would grow more perplexing. He said
educate the colored girl to do domestic
duties and employ only the ones that
have been educated to do such. Dr.
Dodge's words were earnest and
should be. followed.
Mrs. Lapham then sang sweetly "A
Crown of Love." which was followed
by the "Land of the Leal" and "Slum-
her Boat." sung by Mrs. Mote. Mrs.
Izlar lplayed '*-h of the actmimni.
-MONDAY, EAY S1,1 A.
o *e AND e sko
e0MTIINES FU MTY FM MV
This will be the biggest sale
of Muslin Unde wear thti sea
son and its a treat fbr all those
using this class of goods.
Our window tells part of
the story; don't fail to look .at:
it. Every garment.displayed
is well made and Is fully guar
anteed by u&
BE ON HAND ONAY AT
FORMERLY THE VARIETY STORE
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$WT Top John *L Dew
A Iberaily toadice, ei M reL Comuerdil
Edd. Mera aW4 Ceveiekdy Lac. lien
Spedl Swime Ras tb Mb y iardem. La4
SuON L i slaie Tekplme, hem NNuimer 21.
FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Westeni B1ef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Bedf,
Muttmo, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagea, Turnipe, Beet*.
,Sweet Potato, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions
1111,081"1 ljk*,r*,jlAL,,ry coi
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY ,S 10m
* .~, .w.o.,,--
- -t4. 'S.
THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES t t OF HE NSAS
anad taste as sweet. That's why Schksm .
inaer's and Lowney's Candles in half t
and pound boxes are so popular. Prs (Continued From FLrt Page)
SECOND BRIGADE REUNION
Program of the Exerises to be Held j
in Ocala June 2nd and 3rd
Headquarters 2nd Brigade
Florida Division U. C. V.
W ?| --- j j I. I* ** *u n habitual courtesy. The note of dis- cr..tions were irregular in action anl, rion county, will please present the
trust jarred Elsie back into her senes. when allowed to stand deposit* 1 a s..;,- to me within 12 months from the
W1 PeMwsHe d wt a e to translate Senor e dimtent. My back ached intensely., id- hereof. The affairs of the said
"He whed me to translate Senor and was very lam, and sore. It as e stnte will be closed immediately
--m- mi1 r1 Suares's explanation of another smoke hard for me to stoop or lift. I could thereafter. R. Reche Williams.
s InalI" she answered. not rst well at night., and msornin s Administrator of the Estate of A. L.
"He told you himself. I suppose. that upon ari sing, was tired and worn out. WVlillams~ deceased, of Marion coun-
wWhen I h,.ard of Di)en's Kidney Pills,
be wisbed you to stay here." I decided to give thIm a trial and pro- ty, Florida.
""He did more. He drove me away. cured a box. This remedvy effected a0 P.O. Box 69, Fernandina, Fla.
"Against your will?' complete cure in mpv iqe. The back- Dated the 18th day of November, 118.
"No. Am I not one of the ship's cor- ach, and lameness disappeared, the
pan? Is he not the centurion? lie kidneys w.vre strunathenel nand the i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
secretions brought back to a normal Tax Deed Under Section of Chap-
ys to thswom 'Go.' and she g- condition. My wife also use'd )o'an'J ter 4888, Laws of Florida. *
I t.-,'eth, nor does she stand upon the onlrder Kidney Pills and th,.y gav., her great, hrb gien that .
of her going. Oh,please don't look at r.-li-f from kidney -v mld:ioaint.- I ri 1 is hereby ghen that L. .
me as If I were cracked! Surely one Pl-nty more proof like this from orn4,. purchaser of tax certificate No.
^B BMS^ Il HdaUMy minala the Bible and Shakepert Tylin,.s & C,.'s 74. dated the 5th day of June. A. D.
may mingle the Bible and hakepere rug stor, ant a.k what their custo- 1.o. has filed said certificate in mn
I an emergency." n-ri report. joffi'.. ;and has made application for
SO "One may also tear linen sheets Into For s;Il.- by all d-a!:er.. Pri,.. ,o 1=x deed to is.ue in accordance with
".strips," sd Christobal gravely. El- cents. Fo'ter-Milburn o,. lfrato, !aw. Said certificate embraces the
@lms quip had saved the situation. He New York. solo agents for the Unit-"dfllowng described property situated
Ct it a- attributed her flushed hees and spar- R,.member th- nane-Doan's-and in Marion county,. Florida, to-wit:
w oW i k lag eyes to the fever of the threat- take no other. Ne04 of set4 see 12. tp 1 s. r 20 e,
nu eaned fight. She applied herself eager- The said land being assessed at the
Namc soee.--aSmerLyers. ( cor-t s me ly to the task. Already the fume and HOME FOR RENT dat. of the issuance of such cerUficate
.ga ao- p
ar^a agony T;= COOL..F War asset= I*ss sald certificate shall be redeemed
conquer the ecstasy which hadfloode as the Sellman Hous. for ret. Ap- ing to law tax deed issue
Twesw-Coldegg Macsaroni.oodles.spbetti.etc.-e-Heisas ri Pe.d"llet ther. on on the 19th day of June. A. D.
0b.l-jell-O lke Cream oder.-Meaven's Talacu rowdir.-Myie's ourtenay meanwhile was examin- r iat6
S eS.-Noe ch Mince .est-Pa t -S trac -"ag the advancing flotilla His brain Drop us a p-istal ardl for the J;V;'
amai4 e C Li cdai of Ml li Toh hb'i-l., mot to Giog the ad- dancing flotilla. is brain Witness my official signature and
Soap.) Sa ubI p).- y y was conning each detail of tlhe Alaculof aTi th 14th day of May. A. D.
4s). array, but his heart was whispering WOMAN'S APPEAL S. T. Sistrunk.
a e Howl. G >mdthelAlasre y Sp.y. Ac gladly: l WOeAN PPEAL h'rk Circuit Court of Marion Co. Fla.
dmpl sawlyI lAd itbelt"-TIotdb pri..1 .,...... To' ill kno i n irsut.,r,*.m s rheurr'-.I
monded a"numbe be
W seofCy CtmdiemlaainA
fao, N. Y., soetmonrne 09, dcd4
from the usual course puredb
mcis for domestic use, and soha
-e to ide whole world, a fuI1R
JIgredies ete p into thecopskm
Uta hi. AM emoi
cofectlons these: B avor del*ous. OW trip. She had to ask Suarez to repeat Ocala. Fla. May 11. 1949. ;
coneconery is ffro adult thi atement twice before she was (General Orders No. 5) To overcome the weli
o ffione In from able to put It into English.statAsper general orders No. 4. the more inteffiea toi
Stion. It is wholesme and hettl "ale says that the lndians only kin- issued April 24, 190i9. the 16th annual U
meeting andrnion of the Second Dr. R. V. Pierce, ofB
Zve ky kd at e hmr. d a Ore on that point when they Brigade. Floria Division, UC. cV., make bold dcaue i
Fruits, Cold Drinks. Ctgars and News- want the signal to be seen from the will b. hld in the courthouse at Oeala ol .
SCs, and N" she explaied at last. "They PFa.. Wednesday and Thursday, June I makers Of put-up mediCil
papers. woed It saw to his knowledge when 2nd and 3rd. 1909. and will convene lished broad-cat and op
Sme of them had gone to the island 'June :nd at 10 a. m.. in which all Con- e li t of c i ha p
l Iou t there to kill seals. He cannot guess federated Vet-rans. Daughters of the COm elCtc St Of a Xl the U
AT BALLARD'S wiat It portends today, but be is quite Conf-doracy and Sons of Veterans are celebrated medicine.
sure that they have many more canoes cordially invited to participate.
at I eo.mnd than those which you now ind. Te major general command-De.
SCourtenay could not fail to notice erals commanding brigades, and their :A A hi. ----- 01
staff. and all past major generals, and
her agitation. His quick intent was to brigadier generals of the division are 1e9M eb ill 5
SNI sote hbr. especially requested to honor us with.
S"I am afraid my sending for you in their presence and wisdom on this oc-,
such a burry rather alarmed you. Suas season. a q OP XN01
M e strikes me as a person of nerves. 3rd. Program:
He overrates the enemy, Miss Max- Musi, by th,. Metropolitan Band. Pere
well. I think you know me well r'rayer by the chaplain, Major H. C ha h b e Al A
AIDE IN i191 o3 o to believe that I would not Martin.
lead you, andI am quite in earnest Address of welcome by Mayor John
S ttied In .wbenlt. youthatwesa idriveoff Robe rtson. n behalf of the pep&e Not only does the r of
othese lyortutate wretheswitha ooff Ocala. Pierce's Gol&n Med"l Dik
j tOn lortnate wretches with com- Address of welcome by Col. John M. meicin for k st mb ,mtr
-- --- parative ease. Why I had it in mY Martin, of Ocala. Fla.. on behalf of
heart to pity them a moment ago." Marion Camp No. 6, 1 '. V. ness and all catmuhal daisey
SShe was glad be misunderstood the, Rrsp.,nse by r.rigadi.r dGeneral J. C. have printed upon it i lain As
S$ .cause of her agitati. I Dvant of Rro.ks vill.. Fla. complete list of all the W i
Four_ --"S areas is certainly rather dramatic." Annual addr,-;. but a small book has beea cooAu
he said, smiling wistfully. "I ought Presentation .of l,ritia-l sponsor ous standard medid wars,
to have discounted his Spanish mode Mis. Matilda P-t, ur.' Stanton. oo of a ontii
o of address. But is it really necessary Fla. ani her id ,f hn't. Ml.s uehp tofl
,^S-- Anderson. of Oala. ll,., ty Prigadiler i trat from the Iriti of qI
s00"I that I should remain below?' Anderson. of Ocala. I1.i.. rtt%
I Delivered $8.75 M" I't s. If shots are fired or stone Presentation of H nsor for Dicki- ea ch oid'e S t* 64
slu ng at us. the chart house will prob- son Chapter, U. D. C., Miss Florence i OdeOof thmese lit t o
abl y be hit. Ah, yes, I am sure you Walters, and her maid of honor. Miss
would risk that and more. but we may Grace Hatchell. both of Ocala, Fla. free to any one sending address
This is a choice, High Grade austafn ,viattes, and Christobal ought Presentation of sp,nsor for Marion by letter, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bu
.to have help. You see, I am asking Camp No. 53, U. v '. .. Miss Mary E requesting the same.
II Private StoCk le I you to act the braver part" Burford. of Ocala. Fla.
va ye ey ht her hand and looked into Ith. Buiness session of the brigade! As made up by impro
will be h..ld at the .ourthoue at
and we F y it to her ey ere are so many message m. most efficient remedy for reg
that~land we bdy it to that eao be given In that silent lan. p m rd, ,
be as good as any bottled in ge. For a blissful moment Elsie Thursday, June 3rd as prolapsus, antcvcrsion an
t forgot the other woman Not until she 5th Visitors will be gien a free serves and briugiug about
ha' bond whiskey n the mred left t bridge did she real te thatride in automobiles ver some of Ma -1111111
bond whiskey 6n the market, Courtey to, must have been equal- rion county's improved roads. :leaving
thondt hisksold fo te markt, olfortgm u t n. AM t havt w very dis, the Ocala House at S a. m.
that is sold for $1.50 a quart. 1 forIfngul. Ana that was very dIs- 6th. A business session will be held Drop us a postal card for the July
i rl both wor her and the un- at the courthouse at 11 a. rn. Mc'Call Fashion Sheets. The Globe.
known. But here she was face to face 7th. The members of Dict-kison
with him and in such close proximity Chapter., D. C., in accordance with NOTICE
S_ _that she was unaccountably timid. a time-honored custom of theirs. will Thirty days after date or as soon
0DiI 0 While her heart leaped in tumult, she celebrate the anniversary of the birth thereafter as practical, the city coun-
forced her lips to answer: of Jefffrrson Davis by s.ireading a cil of the city of Ocala will receive
I I1"You are right You are always bountiful repast in the Gary Grove f, r and consider bids for the paving with
LA FLORIDA right. was selfish In thinking that- the members of Mario Camp, and et vitrified brick that portion of Magno-
Sr t I shthis occasion for thrm and all vet- lio street in the city of Ocala, M aron
There was a pitiful quivering n th- eran attending the riade reunion nty. Florida to-wit: Beginning at
Scornersatf her mouth. Courtenay felt extemporan.-ous addre.sse.s will be de- north to the Seaboard Air ine Rall-
her hd temble livered by prominent visitors. In com- way Company's passenger depot.
"Be a brave girl. Elsie," he murmur- memoration of the life of this great Said bids to be sealed and filed with
ed. "You mtst go now. Have no fear. and good man, after which the v the clerk of the city of Ocala at least
We are in God's care. May his angels erans and daughters will move in pro- five days before the..meeting of the
waT O R I tnh over your i to the i mblntm.nt to the mum- council at which time all of the bids
Butch yoyou will not risk your life? ory of Marion county's c.nfoderate for such paving are to be considered.
What shall we do If anything happens dead erected upon the public square in accordance with the specifications
of Ocala, which will he decorated hyh
Shto youn the daughters. after which a short r' such paing ow oin file at the city
R She was strong to that tense pitch reminiscence of these great men will Floridak. in the city of Oa
Iwo A L am when unguarded speech bubbles forth hbpi made by the brigadier general, and The city council reserves the right
the sous selrets. All she knew was others, should time permit. to reject a or all the bids that may
that Courtenay was looking at her as o The foil"wing reduced rates have e submitted.ay
man looks at the woman he lores Nei- been secured by the committee of ar- May 2th A. D. 1909
Sther of them paid heed to the prese rangement by)" the. hotels and boarding I M. Meffert
ofSae. Fpranin t the hd houses: The Ocala HTous'. $2 per day:i .s Mer
A lookw Aays lu the Montezuma. $1.27.. the Florida I APre nt City Clerk.
glimpse of heaven, but the curiously Huse Arms1 1, use. and all boarding! Attest: H. '. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
B harsh voice of the Spanish miner fell houses. $1 per day. NOTICE
Se their ears, and they came hack to The reception committee will me,-t NOTI
SS. ~ earth with a sudden drop. the trains ani furnish all needful In- Thirty days afte- date or as soon
Be run "The Feathered People are singing formation to lde-lgates and visitors as thereafter as practical, the city coun-
their war chant," he said. and his ges. they arrive. cil of the city of Ocala will receive
to r seemed to ask them to listen. The railroad offlicial.s of the state and consider bids for the paving or
,, ,nThey started apart, andItwasnot E- have been tr.quested,. and doubtless construction of all unpaved sidewalks
SLled alone who bla ed. Courtenay will Riv. the usual rate of one cent' on the north side and abutting Okla-
_____________ ____ ale alone who blushed. Coirteny per mile for round trip ticket, plus 2i waha avenue, In Ocalas Marion county.
o___ crimsoned beneath the tan on his face cents. Tickets to) be on sal" June 1st Florida.
l l and pretended a mighty interest in the and 2nd; good until June 5th. Specifications on file In the city
W g doings of the savages. The girl re By order of H. W. Long. clerk's office of the city of Ocala.
~ covered her self control more rapidly' Brigadier General Commanding. The city council reserves the right
Bhe half whispered the meaning of the W. L. Ditto. I to reject any or all of the bids that
fmin U ttaer's cry. whereon Courtenay tried Adjutant (G.u-rail and chief of Staff. may be submitted.
SI to laugh May 12th. A. D. 1902.
T Ihey will hbe singing a dirge next." KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL J. M. Meffert,
President of City CounciL
v t said he,. with a Jaunty confidence. Health Is Worth Savinq, and Some Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Ut-p "Now. Eile. off with you! Be sure I Ocala People Know How I
l shall come and tell you when you may to Save It NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR
appear on deck." Many Oaia people t;,ke their lives
gUS S She hurried away. She reeked in their hand-s by fneglecting the ki'- To the creditors, heirs, legatees, dis.
nt aught of the Alaculof challenge. 'ys wh they know these organs triboitees and all persons having any
1 Tlrll-l though the rucous notes of the tune- ble for a vast amount of .ouff.ring and claim or Interest in the estate of the
SlessMI lay could be heard plainly enough. Ill health, but there is no need to suf- late A. L. Williams, deceased, of Ma-
Fo*r O vegr-- -V they did :otreach her ears. When she for nor to remain in danger when all ilrlon.
r- I|eed down the salon companion she diseases and at hes and pains due to Take notice that L the undersigned.
T i t Yenper-- the 29th of Oct., INS, appoint-
Vt bending the tanently ured by the use of Doands pwi administrator of the estate of the
small case of Instruments he always Kid,;y Pills. late A. L Williams, deceased, of Ma-
T IarrteY He tralghtened hi myself in his Jo. E'kert. living on Thompson St. rion county. Now, therefore, all ered-
n J pecal larly 8tlff way. Utarke. Fla.. says: "I am very glad itors, heirs, legatees and distributees,
htd captain wa e? hey prorv d of great b.-ne it to m,. and all persons having any claim, in-
asked, with a suspicious peevishness At the time I hewfan their use my con- terest or demand In the estate of the
which for once detracted from his dition was v-ry poor. The kidn,.v ,.- ...s d .< L. Williams, deceased, of Ma-
rmy, the ifm"
id Vvw or blieaa-
obemm er coted,
sgfiM a hda aim
an3 comsmbg k
led fom Summer
an the p pe-t
ery it w- ex.
egg kk torw.
od in Dr. Fierce's
oks wiIbe muied
lado, N. Y., and
From tbis Dtde hook iton U bow& O*t '
ics. miwW agents or other Puissm'xs7.7
agents manthAt they are made hrow
ISM lgeWtA 1P eIat Ir-vd oam i
Favorite Pi puiptiom for wealk. 0mn60,
en, were employed, ln i.q
for~ ~ ~~~~09W '38110dPtmgs~ w*. E~s~'
on of the most vabmle dimlbmsha 4
scpp me Wsakow '-Iato the t1udl 6-1
Weed."ItOwr knwhdp .ofthe -um' ~ o
few ~itowr -m Valhaknative, -muedkiWcinsi -
wus fromthe Julia..
red and ect processes, the "Favorite Prescriptio
plating all the womanly functions, correcting dispo cea -
id .retrovernio, overcoming painful periods, toeing t
a prfcttteof health. Sold by alldealer i d
Better Not G
you em. h* Lp EKww Dm_ I
Buat dont met 1it u~gsi
A outmawuA av ew ave agmrtl dgsmr" "aiJe a rea
trIed with rIha, hav We bow t d4lss at Ot
smry for It-wba w Mev s or K4aldis a paMebt 4lguter. it
Ctrbn ve dysp esa lte, and youMM 0 KWies-tt-m evwr
they baf jot be ah to cn It pwde 4of od, of teds In the
SKodol ad revet havd d pg. tmtabe our tbortoriim
DyspepaL Ynou wwld knw I "ut s was
everyone to subject to udai -*AWO AL
t-o_ Stoam-m .Ia.gm.. fows. M atrAe Ad NOl will always
stomach abuse, t nt ---My -O A 2t stoma-meb ut order
ad Juta s nuly a a sound ad to bI e6l, stomach mt ret.
healthy stomach results upM t-e T I what Kedol doe*-rsts Me
taking of oeG s. ot wVbfe tbe stom-ch pf
Via yot ekpelsmf u .ns wel. Jut sple M A. B M6
at to ha l. betheg of g nd
naseatig n uM, elmtej sousat0om1 Ow
guwing painMa the p tt f the
steome, heart a bra (Maned),.WO __ mfl C.. S
dol. And the the qldeker you .tinks ,_iwn'B
Ordi3a pOdte pdyshc talb -rc -t a&
b" phya atte. we not uwat a -g o. -
to beof uh bemet tI Ty to so"I AN pMI a do w.
4getlve lslm Mta. Pispd Is omly torissofDLC.DeWitt0&.6CIea.,
FOR SALE BY AL. FIRST CLASS DRUTOM
Rao Yalf .
-SwIM I bed ~h u ow b stbole
Low Rates to
V7' f%0f T" AfTnA wdiolr
de~Tam& heAmhs~ i
o~m ll y ~le. y ~m~
EN soMTN-By two h8"
thAm hds ~hm m reof so
IEd to Awbiethem tiptho kAWus