Group Title: Ocala evening star.
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 31, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03180
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDA4, MAY 31, Im.


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ant constellation I see Uranus
I receive dally shipments of cholse which seems in many ways to shine
fresh and salt water fash of the best forth the traits of Marion Pelot.
varXtUes. I handle nothing but fish. The historian has many times in-
. and handle them right. quired of Marion when he entered
school, but the memory of that time
W M. Seems so dim, that it was so long
S1City MaK k ago that he has forgotten, and like
Pkto 21, City Market. Uranus in the heavens so with Ma-
rion In the class, has been there
since the beginning.. Then as we
know Uranus has many statelites, so
-Marion has many followers through
S, his school course. He now like
1 i Uranus has one well known one, and
-lull uU l J that constantly seems to move back-
wards. Ever since I have known of
a go son Marion he has always been a friend
V el 1k Eto the entire class. Though buffet-
ed and uninjured by the storms frou
N T IN THE W ORLD" angered instructors he still retains
RiONGT IJN THE WORLD" his bright and shining countenance.
-- But to find anybody in the heav-
MISS FLORIDA CONDON, ens that can be compared to the
BReldent Agent. brightness of my own school career.
___could with the greatest difficulty be
- ...found. But there far off. on the
curve of the horizon I see the faint
M arln glimmering, which reminds us of the
often heard nursery rhyme,
S"Twinkle, twinkle little star.
L* m er Co. How I wonder what you are."


GoodThingsto UJ tI E ST
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An Astremical Estimate *f the Mom-
E AT bers of the W OGreatin Class
of the Oeala High seaool

a Ho tsoer maa. --
Plemed PiWs' Fket
0 Me (Mcereabel Adele Bttnger.)
9 5tuIe Dales, in" As it was the enstom of ancient
T lssm Js s historians to embellish their works
N Puled lus, in with many similes and figures of
I asU N rs see speech, so I who have been exalted
N Preserved Fis. in to that high position of Class Histo-
a t0s for Se ran, have tried to think of many
6Hed ases in ways to make this history interest-
T Jars 26c and 0c Ing to do Justice to the pupils who
0 ring Roei* la compose this illustrious class of
I I and 2 pound Uss 1908-u109.
A Ise and lie In this mood. one evening, I wan-
T Smoked Ox Tonsgue dred ||n a- -
S'"" e eIe mountain of knowledge. On the
top of thisla I seated myself. full of
O. K. GROCERY the thought concerning the past
'* events In school life of the pupils
CLARK BROTHERS who compose this class.
ROPRORIKTORS As I. absent-mindedly gaze up-
ward into the ethereal regions, my-
1I hMI S 174. k M 3 l& eyes are attracted to those nebul4tr
masses, planets, comets, meteors,
satellites and asteroids, which exist
in the heavens.
R. D. FU LLER As I glance from one body to
another, in the east there appears a
DENTAL SURG ON group of stars, which former the
letters 0. H. 9. and this points di-
O e Over Muroe A. Chambmib rectly to the north star, and as I
Beak. study this I see the resemblance to
OCALA. - FLORIDA Lucile Moore, who entered the
TERMS, CASH. school in the eighth grade. Like
the north star Lucile has always di-
. -. -. reacted our courses and has faithful-
J. E C ACE ly risen in darkest emergencies to
E. H CE light our way through devious
paths. From the time Lucile enter-
E NTAL 8URGECCN ed the Ocala High School she has al-
ways been kind and considerate of
Rooms 9. 10 and 11. her teachers by diligently applying
Second Floor, Holder Block, herself to the tasks which they have
OCALA, FLORIDA given her.
Then I see the Great Orion, the
TERMS, CASH. might hunter, blazing through the
-.. .. --.. misty heavens. This. it seems to me.
represents some of the well known
L F. B LALOCK characteristics of Phil Robinson,
who is noted for his fondness for
tennis, motoring, boating, golfing
Dental Surgon 'and all out of door sports. But in
Sbhis eagerness to enjoy himself. he
%11r 0 was never known to neglect the as-
Plme n 1ii. signed tasks. Phil entered this class,
or rather laid the foundation of Itt
Ofte hours: to 12 a. o 1 to greatness, by being In the first
5 .- m. grade. .Although we know Phil hua
TERMS, CASH. many good points, let us not forget
. . . .... that, like the rest of us he Is hu-
man. But I shall say that if his
fIC l I fl n giMl M n good andl bad qualities were care-
VMuD UD. HUL UiRI V fully weighed we would ind that his
I A good ones would far outweigh his
OMBOPATH PHYSICIAN ANDbad ones, as his many teachers have
SURGEON found out.
Then I behold the pale moon who
Onme-Second Floor The Monroe & shed her silvery rays over the darK
Chambliar Bank Building, Ocala. earth. And while I gazed at her she
irdL. reminded me of our fellow class-
Telelhoes--Ofce, 222; Residence mate Maggie Lytle. Although some-
221. what smaller than the rest of her
OB e Ho.rs--9 to 12 a. n.; 1 *o 4 class. like the moon, she has a pow-
p. .L; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. erful Influence over her companions.
As I first remember Maggie she
looked very small and lonesome in
m the seventh grade. her first trial in
TIE 0HINMER IAL a city school. I saw Maggie some-
1.- what apart, from the rest, with her
tiny head burled deep In well known
geography. Ever since then I have
-- known Maggie to be an industrious
Opm Ito t1mhe ib of U e Ocala and diligent student, working while
.. others were playing and In the end
Rome .always coming out In advance.
Offer the very best service of And lo, far to the east gleams
skilled workmen with modern ap- the great Saturn with his many
pia me. Strictly sanitary. Electric satellites, like Gary Beck with all
fafs, electric ma--ges the remaining seven of us following
*Met Watr M All Times in utter bewilderment the progress
n an algebric example at unspeak-
VINCENT C. Dar-raiRaCH, Manmager able length, on through the dark
,, nd Intricate and often obscure pas-
"- sages of radical and quadries equn-
Ssions and also of these horrible
sines, cosines tangents, coseacants
* and those uncomprehensible loga-
rithms which were contained in that
CTACTSR AND UIDR night trigonometry. Although
w -Gary has beet with us only eight
PLANS FURNISHED months, still h hhas left in our mem-
ON APPUICATION ory the stamp of his genius. At
some times we know Gary is hope-
P* . BE 41. OCALA, FA* leAgsly bewildered at Mr. Workman's,
many unanswerable questions, but
we know, all the time that Gary.
FRESHJ FISHJ knows exactly how and the whys of
Then next in order in this brll-


The Georgia Railroad and its Firemen
Came to an Agreement Just in
Time to Avoid Federal
Interference
Atlanta. May 30.-The strike, of th.,
firemen on the (Gorgia railroad w .%.
officially declared off at 2 p. m. yes-
terday. An hour and a half later the
first train after the resumption of tjer-
vice was sent out of Augusta with a
negro fireman in the cab.
The terms of the settlement were'
not officially given out, but it was
learned that they are. substantially as
follows:
The men are to return to work un-
der conditions existing at the tin.,
the strike began until final adjustment
Is made.
All negro firemen at the terminal
stations will be dispensed with.
All discharged brotherhood fireme, It
will be reinstated.
Three other points are yet to be de-
cided as follows:
First. whether negro firemen sha'l
bet eliminated from the road.
Second. if not eliminated, what pvi-
centage of negroes there shall bte.
Seniority of white firemen over
negro firemen.
The questions are to be settled oy
arbitration-under the Erdman act. I
While the conference was being h-d t
Governor Smith was writing a peace'
proclamation.
Of especial significance was the re-
port that some adjustment had to be
reached by 6 o'clock yesterday after-
noon or the federal courts would take
cognizance.
AN IDEAL COUGH MEDICINE
"As an ideal cough medicine I re-
gard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
a class by Itself," says Dr. R. A. Wilt-
shire, of Gwynneville. Ind. "I take
great pleasure in testifying to the re-
sults of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy. In fact, I know of no other
preparation that meets so fully the
expectations of the most exacting in
cases of croup and coughs of chil-
dren. As it contains no opium, chlo-
roform or morphine it certainly
makes a most safe, pleasant ani ef-
ficacious remedy for the ills it is in-
tended." 1
NOTICE OF
TEACHER'S EXAMINATIONS
Notice is hereby given that the reg-
ular state uniform examination for
teachers will be held In Ocala begin-
ning on Tuesday. June 8. 1909. The
white applicants will be examined at
the Ocala High School building, and
the colored at Howard Academy. It
will be necessary for applicants to
provide themselves with legalcap pa-
per, pens and Ink for the work and
the legal fee of one dollar for each ap-
plicant will be charged.
Very respectfully yours.
5-l1dwtf J. H. Brinson.
Superintendent for Marion County.
IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would never suffer from kidney. blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 29"6 Olive Street. St.
Louis. Mo.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED
A stenographer wanted. Can board


eIU L a suu LIutImes an plUes -a-
may be designated by the president
and secretary, and such special
meetings shall be held upon the ap-
plication of five applicants for ap-
plication. At least thirty days no-
tice of any regular meeting shall be
given by publication once a week in
a newspaper of general circulation
throughout the state.
Sec. 4. Three members of said
board shall constitute a quorum for
the transaction of business, and
should a quorum not be present on
the day appointed for their meeting
those present may adjourn from
day to day or to some designated
day until a quorum is present.
Sec. 5. Said board shall make
such rules and regulations not in-
consistent with law as it may con-
sider necessary to the proper per-
formance of its duties; may take
testimony concerning any matter
within its jurisdiction, and each
member thereof may administer
oaths. It shall be the duty of said
board to examine thoroughly every
applicant desiring to practice opto-
metry in this state, and if a majority
of said board shall be satisfied that
said, person is competent and posses
the knowledge essential to such
practice, they shall grant him a cer-
tificate to that effect and enter his
name on their records as a register-
ed practitioner. The secretary shall
keep a full record of the proceedings
of the board, which record shall at
all reasonable times be open to pub-
lic inspection.
Sec. 6. Every person, except as
hereinafter provided, before begin-
ning to practice optometry in this
state after this act shall go into ef-
fect, shall pass an examination be-
fore said board of examiners as pro-
vided for in section five of this act,
and any person having signified his
desire to be so examined, shall ap-
pear before the board at such time
and place as they may designate.
Before taking said examination, the
applicant shall pay. for the use of
said board in defraying the legiti-
mate expense, as hereinafter provid-
ed. the sum of ten dollars, and if he
shall successfully pass said examina-
tion he shall pay for the use of the
board as aforesaid, the further sum
of five dollars upon the issuance to
him of the certificate of qualifica-
tion to be signed by the president
and secretary.
See. 7. The certificate provided
for in the two preceding sections
shall be recorded in the office of the
clerk o, the circuit court of the
county in which such practitioner
may reside or sojourn, and in any
county where he may practice, in a
book to be kept by the clerk for that
purpose, before the person to whom
it is granted shall be entitled to
practice by virtue thereof; and when
so recorded the clerk shall certify
thereon under his official seal the
fact and date of such record, and
shall return such certificate to the
person to whom the same was grant-
ed and shall be entitled for such
service to collect from the holder
thereof, the legal fee for recording.
Sec. 8. All persons to whom may
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compare it to Robert. then I began TO I
to think of Robert's future, will it | ,,sAllrn "
like Halley's comet bring instruc-; l, T11 1
tion and knowledge to all the world,
or will it like the comet, entering:
this group in a blaze of light, pas' The New Law Wi Ct Out the
suddenly away and pass into seven- ih~t-Killiu g Street C- rer r
ty-flve years of oblivion.
As the night wanes there sudden-! OpUtim
ly bursts forth before my eyes the,
sun. and I immediately thought of Following is the full bill, which
Walter Liddell, who has won our has been passed by the house and
wonder and admiration by his daily senate, signed by Governor Gilchrist,
brilliant progress. Like the sun he and becomes a law in da Dr
shines forth in the morning with his and becomes a law in daya. Dr.
Intellect, and again like the sun not Boney of this city spent, 10 days In
to set in the evening forever, but to Tallahassee looking aftdr this bill
rise in the morning seeming bright- and is much elated over its passage.
er after the interval of darkness. The bill was introduced by our Sen-
Although Walter only entered the ator Baker:
class In the eleventh grade, all havwa Be It Enacted by the Legislature of
learned to regard him with the! the State of Florida:
greatest respect and esteem. 1 Section 1. That the practice of
Thus we see by the poor descrip-i Optometry, for the purpose of this
tglo.djsthls far-famed class that it act. is defined as follows, viz: The
is worthy to be written of by a more u- e or employment of tests or ex-
competent person than myself. aminations for the determination of
Although at times it has not al- the natural and functional deficien-
ways been as now, it has like the cles of the eye and the adaption of
stars in the heavens always been i lenses for the aid thereof.
constant, and may it be as a sign to Sec. 2. there is hereby created a
which the future classes may turn board to be known and styled the
to and admire, let them hope to be "'Florida Board of Examiners in Op-
able to follow in the footsteps of tometry." to be composed of five reg-
this class of 1908-1909. ular opticians, residents of the state
of Florida. who have been engaged
HOW'S THIS lin the practice of optometry in said
state fo rtwo years. Said board shall
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- be appointed by the governor as
ward for any case of Catarrh that soon as practicab'e after the passage
cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh I of this act. one member for a term
Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co, 'of one year. one for two years, one
Toledo, 0. for three years, two for four years,
We. the undersigned, have known and each until his successor is ap-
P. J. Cheney f'r the last 15 years, and pointed and qualified; and the terms
believe him perfectly h notable in all of members thereafter appointed
business transactions and financially shall be for four years, provided,
able to carry out any obligations made however, that the appointment to
by his firm. fill vacancies, which the governor !s
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin. hereby empowered to make. shall be
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0. for the unexpired term.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Sec. 3. Said board of examiners
nally. acting directly upon the blood shall elect at its regular meeting,
and mucous surfaces of the system. and annually thereafter, one of its
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75e members 4s president and one as
per bottle. Sold by all druggists, secretary and treasurer, and shall
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- hold a regular meeting at least once
patron. each year at such time and place as
the said board may determine:
STRIKE ENDED SATURDAY special meetings may be called and
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From the Times-Union
As previously stated, two professions
have been legalized by the legislature
during the present session. osteopathy
and optometry. The governor has
signed both bills and named examin-
ing boards for each of the professions
aws follows:
Osteopathic Examiners-Dr. Paul t
Davis. Jacksonville. to serve four
years; Dr. Elbert E. Berry. Tampa. to
serve three years, and Dr. E. C. Ben-
nett, of Pensacola, to serve two years.
Dr. Davis, the president of the asso-
ciation. is well and favorably known
in Jacksonville. and the passage of the
bill giving protection to his profession
is due largely to his efforts.
Board of Examiners in Optometry---
Dr. F. G. Gates, Pensacola, to serve
one year: Dr. W. H. Clark. of Day-
tona. to serve two years: Dr. J. Gum-
binger. Jacksonville. to serve three
years: Dr. D. M. Boney. Ocala. to serve
four years: Dr. H. E. Lough, Tampa,
to serve four years.
The Florida Optical Association was
organized in Jacksonville under the
direction of the American Opticians of
the IU'nited States. January, 1908. and
elected officers at the time as follows:
Dr D. M. Boney. Ocala. president: Dr.
H' E. Lough. Tampa. vice president.
and Dr. Edwards, secretary. The mem-
bership extended all over the state
from the start. During 1908 the as-
socilation performed some goqd worse
in advancing their cause. In January.
1909. at the association's annual meet-
ing in Ocala officers were elected as
follows: Dr. D. Boney. Ocala. pres-
ident: Dr. H. E. Lough. Tampa. vice
president, and Dr. C. E. Taylor. secre-


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havoc bq granted a certUicao of
gradua t" or diploma, indcting
competesey of the bolder to engage
in the ptactiee of optometry. by any
well recoenged school, college, or
institute wherein instruction in the
essentials of optometry may have
been taught, sad, who may have beea
engaged In the practice of optometry
in the state of Florida for a period
of two years prior to the date of the
pasege of this act. are exempt from
the examination herein provided for,
and on presenting to said board stch
certificate of graduation, or diploma,
or in the event of the loss of the
same. satisfactory evidence of its is-
suance, and on presenthi satisfac-
tory proof by afdavit or otherwise
that the party applying for certifi-
cate is exempt from examination un-
der this section, such person shall
be entitled to receive from said
board, a certificate of qualifeatiot
upon the payment of the sum of five
dollars therefore; provided, the ap-
plication for such certificate be made
in writing within six months from
the passage of third act, and if not so
made all right to a certificate under
this section is waived and forfeited,
and the same shall issue only after
successfully passing examination
and paying fee as provided in section
six. All persons exempt from exam-
ination as above, may practice with-
out a certificate from said board for
a period not exceeding six months
from the passage of this act. and
such certificate when issued shall be
recorded as if based upon examina-
tion.
See. 9. Out of the funds coming
into the possession of said board,
each member thereof may receive as
compensation the sum of five dollars
for each day he is actually engaged
in the duties of his office, and mile-
age at three cents per mile. for dis-
tances necessarily traveled in going
to and coming from the meetings of
the board. The said expenses shall
be paid from the fees and assess-
ments received by the board under
the provisions of this act, and no
part of the salary or other expenses
of the board shall be paid out of
the state treasury, or be a charge
against the state, nor shall the state
be in any wise responsible for any
indebtedness which may be created
by said board. All moneys received
by said board under the provisions
of this act shall be held by the see-
retary as a special fund out of which
may be paid the per diem allowance
and mileage of said members afore-
said, and the expenses incurred by
the board in carrying out the pro-
visions of this act and the said
board shall make an annual report
of its proceedings to the governor on
the first Monday in January of each
year. which report shall contain an
account of all moneys received and
disbursed by them in pursuance of
the provisions hereof.
Sec. 10. Any person who shall
hold himself out to the public as a
practitioner of optometry, without
first complying with the provisions
of this act. or who shall violate any
of the provisions of said act, shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction, shall be pun-
ished by a fine of not less than
twenty-five dollars nor more than
two hundred dollars, or by impris-
onment not exceeding six months.
Sec. 11. Nothing in this act shall
be construed to apply to physielans
and surgeons authorized to practice
under the laws of Florida, nor to
dealers in optical goods who sell
spectacles, or eye-glames, without
attempting to trame upon skill in
adapting them to the eye.
See. 12. All laws and parts of
laws in conflict with the provisions
of this act are hereby repealed.
Following are the names of the
practitioners who were appointed by
the governor on the examining
board: Dr. T. G. Yates, Pensacola;
Dr. N. H. Clark. Daytona; Dr. J.
Gumbinger. Jacksonville: Dr. D. M.
Boney, Ocala, and Dr. H. E. Lough,
Tampa.


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... 4 their sums ad become the MEMORIAL SERVICE
D I !miria" am eV -erit 0*G FOR MISS TATHAM
- ~~-- Mr. C.erlU was at his best and
a& e Ct a prA "ad Impeestion. He spoke The Miss Tatham memorial service
Se-e. gly of ble love fr Ocala and her held yesterday afternoon at Grace
.n people and the regret be had at his Episcopal church under the auspices
leaving and especially appreciated the of the Ocala Band of Mercy drew to-
0, Ea 0015~i l r resolutions the church passed. gether quite a number of that band as
A.. ..-". .e_ e services will continue during organized and conducted by Mist
aL a. -MfuLb ,a- 4a6010 the week every night at 7:45 and It Tatham during her lifetime and the
- the congregatlon dealsired he would program as she had prepared it a
Spreach etra sermons moralag or aft- year ago just before her death was
AT T55Wi11 ernoon. He invited e sybody who carried out very Impressively. Th.
e .od slag to join the eCBMr. Jut come singing consisted of -Onward Chris.
S WWmAAa U1 up ad no further aInvtation was nec- tian Soldier." "Lead Kindly Light," bby
Ine la Oma" we the bjseet at Rev. eMeary. Alo that no collections would Mrs. Mote. "Stand Up for Jesus." and
C. C. Carrll's address ndy mor- be taken during the week's services. closing with "America."
bso. ehad a & eal a ad Rev. George Hendree Harrison read
fgr -s agra as .laml~amhd tlint DECORATION DAY the scriptural lesson from the 23rd
S. .. Psalm and was master of ceremonies.
itha w eo M evio at WWk TIs 8ety m T members of the Ocala A. R. A great number of flowers wre
that t the teachings of po though fw In numbers, obr A greought numbby the children. They gath-wrs w
Sod and i -as accdNted minister It ton day by assembling at the ered In the hoir room andformed a
wei ble aisma esobglst to wanra eM cel ltery, where Adjutant Bumby, procession and with the Band of
peple it m, t in a pofi t he absence of Commander Mercy banner at the head of the col-
0-. for. *e be H t s. Sickness .. a -- umrn. t nmarhed to the choral, where
*sai, bu bw m aiM1 taaipontL aa., n_ mao nter the flowers were laid at the altar and
e IBM 49w two prompostl os: the dete dla. Chapt MOfet ore. lter transferred to Greenwood cem-
etl f a pater to the outside when Lincoln Gettysburg etery and placed on the grave of Miss
warK W Wt-huthlm of a p& ter to V sgooe was eby special request by Tatham- ft
the 1 e" a n Mere Nli m C. L. Bttlger.. supplemented with a Then followed Rev. Harrison's lov-
S f e be n the Bl few fts concerning the present tate Ing tributeto the memory of Miss
NM: "Jvmt sha n egi at fthe A. and the national Sol- Tatham and which we reproduce.
home 1 Gel" The t die' homes, when the flowers brought Mr. Harrison said: I
r Mlear tem- th Ocala wer the weescattered on the following graves *"ast one year ago Miss Tatham
m tme brothel, the busy bodies, and the same were marked by small planned that this service should b
these who love to roll the sweet ao sMel fs namely: Capt. R. R. Tiller. th eld. It was to be the annual ,ervic,,
at i aIw r detration of thy C.Infantry; A. J. heler. of the Band of Mercy. Today, th
M .."l pl I, 1st U. S. Calvary: C. E. Booher, so"v"hepand by her Thdan. tf
my;"- a pn*oroIs say- C. ,X 1th^Oio -t. .m l service planned by her the Band of
b Im poe too.e 1 h.... O d9 h o nf ry.: _amuel ;Mercy holds as the memorial service
me reftrre pa.tt.elary to e fe. oHaks, th N. Cavalry; of that noble woman. tertinly o"
ass"y r tl4e. in the local press Louis ilenbrW, Co. 1 76th Regiment this great feast of the chur.h-Whit
aot a dutie lOa t a nIf or a N. Ty.Ifantry. Tboma Palfreeman. andy-that speaks to us of an in-
I SOI; hb ut saiut.drted aCO- C 19th Ohio n'r .Wu dweaih lra presence. we an i
eos at *r e y laeM eat to tm game., C I- thi oi. IfTut Ry :am- conceive of the heart of one of old's
e ethe rtobbeo t thphair at thbae m-c. s S4th N. CnfT. G. R. EN Red saints made glad in that the children
er VsiU ataod th w e a r beat .. dig ap T. "F y.;...- E or- of the Band of Mercy have again as-
her lUffi ^tr^ tha eoftr of esch sr- a*: Cat. 0. G. ]Muc; Nacthan "Or- ,m.b.lda
ft. tU th people who an n ot e r. th lowa Regimen.t;. Robert it is pleasant to think that after
the pktmp3y of prvo eesinh g .j ,1t3 l Pennsylvani a avalry. T.ea year almost every one she had ask-
people ladlf ain this species of last three n the new cemetery. Pri ed to take part in the service planned
01-11. --"0Out aa c st it and t e Ta- teLent D Privse are here to do her honor and in honor-
people of he entry want to know imnob" S"f. and Pr. .... ob..rt" log her we honor ourselves for truly
what kint o.-ca church m son are b ed at Reddick. Henry shame is upon us If we fall to cherish
be-hibp has o esacy in It. Wpdm tou, of a Kentucky regiment, tha memory of such a woman.
e. t e Sored, his heart bqged at Crystal River; Major O. P. "Emily Tatham was bor in Settler
d o at the thought f church ame- oo ured atrutland Park and Yorkshire. In thirty-five. We cannot
bes rewfg e over this game o belonging to. a New York regiment; here trace out her life step by step,
rleiWment. IW s wer to w all year by year. but let us ask what .1J
Sch T~Fa gst twere sendt to ld we find her doing just before she left
ber tr to mark them..br b ed outasideEngland to come out to us. She had
di W u devoeo0-is by amIg to m oe f deoaton day been serving for years at Southport
esaetry AhMbe fr and devote T b servance of decorateon day as secretary for the Royal Society for
the tie U u Moela moaty to the by the 0. A. R. 1I due to the seal and the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal.
play o. -'tbs gsae i f tTr a i efl eity; with wMch Adjutant Bumby tNot only were animals protected by
salvation 6pded' p ot adhered to the cause to which he gave t oly r m l rtte b
salwaUtl t *poleo ,uponO ak i t pera this society from crueltr. but the cab-
rd applti. f years his life n the preserva- men were given shelter all over the
Be Oela soietoty had this bad, tion the, Union. of which we all are city and a great dinner every year
I -'a"'.4W M ba b 1 04 9o0aIm "0 P. \ The lord mayor In addressing the R.
Ibe i" M ile 1 wev e e. tAruk &. P. C. A. speaks of Miss Tatham'*
the game was not new. and to this We are doubly reminded of the de- activity In all good works and admits
Oecal saloty was only' IS years be- partyre of our good friend, Mr. Abe Southportos Indebtedness to her. But
blad the times t Ibuts baneful effect Brown, who for nearly two decades the R. S. P. C. A. did not exhaust her
an abcheh Ulls ad the flle of the city was an Important factor In the comrn- energy, for we find her organizing tlh,
was NAmejhe- le noticeable. mercial life of this city and during King's Daughters and nourishing it
It was. tise wantor asquandered those years made many warm friends, nto vigorous charitable life. WeV then
wha persaMs Indltged nla this game by.this note Vwe found on our desk this find her gathering around her a, class
w or l..x time a week--afternoon morning: "'Mesr. Bittlnger & Carroll: of eighty, as members of that wonder-
i l gh*-ead.. to. what purpose to Was In to say good-bye. I leave with ful society known as St. John of Jeru-
got d ir home. So fas.- regrets for Chattanooga. my future salem Ambulance Association. whiie
M plapef become with home, feet wishes for your future pledged and trained its members :o
the a s tate t home aen.e is do- welfa Yours truly. Abe Brown." give first aid to the injured;' and w,-
plorae Ina that the head of the family. We reciprocate. While we regret his also find her deeply interested and
Ib 1idlging in a poker game, the departure, we certainly wish him and giving active support to the Imperial
ete & at hrlIe whist ad the boy his.geod health and success In all the League-a society patriotic in its na-
httS U mewaball dI the girl at- baorable pursuits of life. ture. I have mentioned these organi-
ate 1 th 6 -. .WWUh th ki Mnd of nations simply to give you some idea
a i What mat thie be? l I--i "J of the scope of her activities.
S o flel i people who Indu lge a "Truly In England she moved among
tI Sey m otetime only look at It as May e ely i a I a verW as i those that thought and did great
they oee mo a the eAperiente of fe er. t M Nbe as wewpey ls things, but she is to leave it all. In
the IWUhaes mon.tlted ite efect *a.vae thing to beat a wearyor starved ninety-two we find her at Frultland
ea 1N y. W*ile thfee wwho have I bmeusae he getd hi e work. So Park-Fruitland Park. down upon the
tM td e .of IOft ee thle ed treating the la.iag, torpid liver It is sands, lost amid the plains of South-
es it, WI ~a- y I n tancet Ie a great i a e to lauS It with htroa ern Florida. A thousand that had
r ea ll, through its Influen.ce castle drags. A tpld lver is bat as lived her life would have felt that with
and ueaM a, to ruin and death. idaon of sa Im-o eaeebld conditions so changed and that an iso-
e ga..teei. what he was body whoe organs ae weary with vW lation so complete that nothing could
talkliA a twre amo. g the gigantc work, Start with the stomach and alig~ be accomplished for God or for man.
esb e oth.r.,thef were claimed of niasies at aftl n What could she do, and why should
ia4.l hlila..C cch ha l at.a_.hlelr-.,. I. Whi i 8i sg hO-OW she do anything? She had already ac-
ear |d il their they- .nlky your will m acis compllshed more than most men. Her
fsir t a Ne iMulUs that they p erce's Ga -le-al M.r. life had been so full, why not rest.
Athe a th lwrk ou the r mds of h made ay marble cure of live Why not selfishly coddle self?
the yenac to work ot later its soul* .eleo by-|t wa dle r ctl m t ol s "Upon the program for the last ser-
dAeteytag p oewer. ou be Aore .ct-eds ad -stritio-. __ vice planned by her for the Band of
-AB tie a----. -ere c dM h-e corrected a. t>oSl ty lJll Mercy was found, written in her own
if the uerkh wmM be s*eiuamt and gT -lsratou .i. hand this expression: "No gain that
lie ap to the tall of its opportunltk, h i,...the se e .".t ~-* .,a I experience must remain unshared.'
san privYr so Wreat a.d so good di.i,-w i- That is why men and women, boy'
that Ito evIly laplratlo .would turn "-"-" .. .. .ore t and girls all over the state rise to bl-ss
a igggghr a to seek Christ. th. e t klom p her name. And this is why when
*i aon --t M--. mbasfm'wuet ssn physical suffering came and she was
Of i ly an s --iiar usa" e practically conned to her room and
atle o the e which was de- f Sthe thrTee score years and ten sug-
Neaed it Or. Carrola usual earnest ,InaB tested that the course was all but
a hpaaaalagaair. g rm d utudtfmtnn e tfeek.* finished-the fight was all but won;
At the 5eaa awnee Mr. Carroll aaB i lqb~s meeb-- that she worked on. What a wonder-
pueh eap "That which makes for wihase alese. h'uinr influence she continued to exert! We
-omaeaeaa ln Ocala." A large au- ahagM amiur emah, amI metaen will never know how far-reaching it


4diae awaited Mi coming. The body 49 week aMa d N Il was. There are those almost every-
at the -areh wa-Slled and quite a will rqute where that can tell how she helped
a0a 1r *seated In the annex. them. It may have been simply a
evdal B ta Of the Methodist word of a letter or the smallest gift.
ebeir a i r a the slinging, e Rev, --diia9t1. i be tobLwi e but many are they that thank God
. Baraeft pater of the Methodist mimn weak sm &lATT ai that they knew Miss Tatham. Our
haiebh be1 absent at Micano p at ba bersd l baltb willdleo coiNs -a lives are richer because touched by
the' diBtrict eafrence. Mr. Carroll =1Me, inU bedom l akiethelmelua hers,. so truly great in not despising
to00 fMrt105 t the 11th verse of the UilIlD1iov1u uiN- laltrI adlsu kdtolie theafloing of the small thing after hav-
6th choapft ea Joan. -menat e ariata s el alesge.M ing done the great
'Me b t. I Saying he had no ex- Ihe *DaWvry Is Naia-Mrt. aIme` "She came to us in ninety-nine and
eae t apSlee to make for what IlNana uti soon she had gathered the children of
he %haW 0I the morning, that he-M-o msioat Ocala around her in a little band
hab dena 0 duty as he saw It In them Its rb leS gaioSa pledged to be kind to every creature.
hb e word 'ef'c0d, waalag thoee who ad 4 sa the mist e~HB meWcal She would save the dumb animal from
di d to mead their wars. He did witerns at as.asmdaem nedm 1 ts cruel treatment but she regarded as
at hit at say ni. ot personal. emetha d.esmns ewlr i jhisiamv far more important the saving of the
a apy preeeated the word of God as nD 't a8 a 1aMtitUtotef uo kewM boy or girl from committing the cruel
a gulde a dm eMhMrea. He ald that daeW or thi M aa- t act She was the children's friend.
the a MiW tlaOr' td Ocala that maN*a.W W X Truly she loved you children. How
eth Or Isiteen-= w a the ehb.h at UlNar on the ome s and the Specdal prices in embroid. of you, begging that I specially watch
BeaglMtyh. Hle repryd to the spirit over you, and now conscious of h-r
Si that washow U by y and white ds, this presence let us stand and repeat the
- lmllSl.Mdwe leD them pledge that she taught to us. 'I will
their business method, had always week at Master. on't ailtry to be kIMd to all living creatures.
paM b- la ae0=0r. th ad- to see thm fore buing and will try to protect them from
aMes. p Se at tpifeef lc~ehrch yig cruel usage'."
uity Qo a a h -aline. but elsewhere. Rev. Harrison's talk was followed
eeaMeded ~ ga" ls' t g g with the presentation of Band of
1W thir cat policy. These aret Mercy medals by C. L. Bittinger. pres-
etl o prONea thought and last you forget that the Globe sIdent of the society. Those present to
d the "Under Sellifn Store" In Ocala. receive same were the Misses Annie.,
Sl referred to the results of the wet 1 o. t Katie and Mary Eagleton. Indulging
IS try Slelde lt Marem ad Ocala c"hl l ~ol feer, r acentest a few remarks about the character and
tn the laO eectioam He sail had 'the cae c f ever, 5 cent life of the man, Geo. T. Angell. of Bos-
a -g -te beie -ilated, seose -- -- -- ton. who made the great work done
ef thek. Maruie and Ocals would now along humanitarian lines to the dumb
be ry. It was the wts had only F A F animals and the fostering of the same
amuld Oia y 1 volte esad the LU L S U LUU brotherly spirit towards our fellow
i -et y I This interest aad spirit *Spark in th Waurp man.
a mag oat f tampepnue was work.- This loving genius. Get,. T. Angcll,
ftg 9r Uhlh i Ia n 0In la Oeal. rThe Rellance spark plugs produce a was born June 5th. 1823. and died in
tread we ~gta -goM a lM all more lateaem spark than any other Boston. March 1, 1909. He began lift-
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work. In connection with it he estab- I II rs i li I ll M n
'ished the publication Our Dumb An-
imals. one of the most admirable and
r. adable of periodicals, that was very LOBETTO, (Near Ma daria flA
largely in-trum-rntal in awak-,ning th .
consci-ne.- of the Treu;.l thi t their Bo&rding School for Boys Conducted by the setenrs o t. Jes.p 16
hardn.s,( of heart and unif.oling dis- Boys from 8 to 14 years Received Carefuylly Trabe*d aenP-.hPimal-t. n
position had added largely to the un-, lectual. Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Le-atif-. M- -i- .iw "a
nec.-ary puni-hment and suffering Pool. Complete Equipment In Schoolrooms. DoriHlt-s sainr Ha" ad
of th- brite that could niit speak for Recreation Rooms.
itself
In IS70 Mr. Angell visited England Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
and other countries to consult and]
note th- working of institlxtlons for th-: SL Joeph's Academy, Lortto, Fora
prevention of cruelty to animals. In Joeph' Academy, Loreto, Florl
1482 Re-v. Thomas Timmons of Eng-
land. came toi Boston to confer with
Mr. Angell and out of that conference
was brn the organization of the Band
of Mercy. which has grown from a
small beginnir.ng to seventy-five thou-I h M 1
sand hands anm over two million
rnenmbers and] so xtend.lad a wonderful T Mi o Mr
infnuntn.- in humanizing the senti-
rnment ,if th,. world along lines of A I i* *
th.ughtfu1n.-- ;a,nd tonsidt-ration not OCALA. rFLORIDA
only for the dlumb animals,. but our C
fellow t man. hav be.. placed CARRY AT ALL TIMES A COMPLETE STOCK 0
on th., statut- books in most of the
stat,+s of the tUniln. protecting theri KD
brut # Mr. Angfounded the Doors, Paints, Builders Bar
American Hiimant. Educational So-i 1 f i ,
city. of which he was made president SiasLh -J & & r tlni Imp]
land r-mained in that honored position
until hi. death. Mr. Anc--: ;1 as a born 1 in. Varnik hes -Ca-w.
l-ad.-r and If f: h.s impress on the JJIInl C -II
world :I, lil.-.I Whst it \;>-a better for. I "3lll T1 l' 1- I ,
hi it i it. i dat has; ourn Saw M a Phosphate and Turpentine i
,d as few men a'-. Tne press oft
th" lhandl laidl trio:'i.- t., his un,-lfi-h A M a &a 1 -- w *i M
l-v. f,,r hi.,,,ity ,ni ,, th, :animal Guns, ReyolwV0i Ammnmiui o i, Le, Hann GnO1
world, a-%; it tn-,r sl,,e k.,fore and;
his burial wa- r.-nmarkatbhl in this that'
, hours. in B,,,,st,, w..t -decorated S te agents for and carry in stock Ii
with hia'.k r-o.tto.s ,of mourning. ox-
lTs- orf s*,rvic to "them.i and Gasolene Engines of the International
Tatham was a beautiful tribute to the OH 8Ot8 ,
memory of this gen.roizs. unselfl;h JIJlpany.
woman who lived for the lappines of
ohers American and Elwood Field Fence,


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K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fefl aw meet tomor'ew night.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Masons meet Thursday evevlng.
REXALL
Meet me at the drug store on tlih
square.
Drop us a postal card for the July


The Eagle Minstrel troupe left this
afternoon on the Seaboard for Gains-
ville. where they will show at the New
Baird Theater tonight. A special en-
gine will haul the coach containing
the troupe from Waldo to Galnsville
and back tonight in time to catch the
regular south bound passenger train.
Thi- boys are doing this so as to save
the time tomorrow, that would be lost
waiting for the A. C. I. regular train.
A good crowd of citizens went over
with th.. boys.

EAGLE MINSTRELS


McCall Fashion Sheets. The Globe. THURSDAY NIGHT
Lest you forget that the Globe is Remenmber. the time of the Eagle
the "Under Selling Store" in Ocala. Minstrels In Ocala has been changed
From Tuesday to Thurday night, at the
Capt. John Inglis spent Sunday II armory theatre.
Ocala the guest of the Ocala H,,us-.
MORE MAXWELLS SOLD
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to _
cure chills and fever, 25 cents. Messrs. R. E Yonge & Son have
-o,,ld two more Maxwell runabouts, one
Drop us a postal card for the July ;to Mr. H. C. Jones and one to Mr. R.
McCall Fashion Sheets. The Globe. L. Keating. All four of the cars will
!cume down tomorrow or next day from
Mr. E. G. McCall of New York. i I J: cksonville


- -- -___-_*Mat the Oeala House.
tuCONVICTED OF FORGERY
Sor doses Mr will cure any s ee
of Chllts sad Fever. Price 25c. S; Nlje, slaughter, a white man. was
THEY FIT THE LIPSf LIKE Kl 6 Spalding's Baseball Ouide for 10 convicted in the circuit court this
THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES pan Baseball ude o ,morning for forging a paper on Mr. J.
just in at the OCala News Co. I. Trotter of Dunnellon and obtain-
and taste as sweet. That's why Schles- AL ing $35 from him. The man will be
Fingers and Lowney's Candies in half s ntenced later.
and pound boxes are so popular. ure 400 ladies' trimmed hats. worth up SOME LARGE WATERMELONS
to $4 each, 1.98 while the-y last. At ____
confections these; flavor deliou. Our the Globe Montezuma hotel
e u en display at the Montezuma hotel
confectionery is free from adultera- X Dai. offiee are two huge watermelons from
tion. It is wholesome and healthful will sell any make ..of second-hand r. Will Lucius field west of town.
wl l n m oso h I where he is loading a car of first-
Every kind of confectionery her. typewriter upon easy terms if desired. la fruit oday. These melons weigh
Fruits. Cold Drinks. Cigars and News- Think of it the Globe has just re- 4X and 5S pounds apiece.


papers.


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OI the Circuit Court. Marion County.i same if contestable, shall be given
lorilda--n Chancery. parties in interest but that all proof
Tb .as P. Denham. as Trustee. vs. shall be submitted and contests close dI
O. waha Fruit Company. et al. by the end of three (3) weeks from
... NOTICE the last day for filing claims., said 30th
Ta day of June, A. D. 1909.
To bMholders and all persons claim- Dated and signed at Ocala. Marion
g under and by virtue of the trust county. Florida, this the 29th day f
aet Up by the complainant in the ..-- -.... .


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MINSTREL SHOW
THURSDAY NIGHT
The Eagle Minstrel Show will be put
on at the armory Thursday night In-
stead of Tuesday. as previously ad-
vertised.
BANKS CLOSED THURSDAY


UTAES FKIT I


crived 40 hats for ladies. They are ... Thursday. June 3rd, being a legal
marvel of style and price. There w u ll be an IllustrAion of holiday, the banks of the city will be Mr. am Barco, who has been a ta
'Byron s fam ous imoem. M azepp a. at closed to bustinte On th at da y a B s o o the
.-.. thee Air ome tonight with the strik- dnt a BrInghbn aamsbJe noo for .
,. toi art lng .sso. 'nly ThnouwhtesSness'; Your Prescriptions, when left att.he. hsacpe a -
bes In the m an tyhinget t aro a .o h ad e Court Pharmacy, are cmound tion withone of the larg book stores
ng cmi sketches. There was a good from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us: n Asheille N. C. where he will re-
pt. John L Inli d Mr how Saturday night and a large crowd he'lll all for and deliver your re- man until ust before sool begins.
eapt. John L. Inglis w.i 'Mr. .. A.," h,i-T rain of the afternoon made ..riptions,-- then he will visit his mother at Bunny
Re e pf nglis, wer *-sts .r thevnit ir delightful. Slope farm.
0<-.ila IIouse yesterday. i
S.... ,OU CAN SAVE MONEY Mr. C. H. Dame returned Saturday
i .i Nelli. Stev.ens ha- n I. ailt fll llle Ot hieW em- 1 morning from Mont Verde, lAke
I...el.aidi t visit h.-r lbrotli.-. M by doing WITHOIIT Paint, but you county, where he organiled a Wood-
11. nry "Stv.ens. and family. bridTIe jus reCeVied ati may lose your property by decay. men camp of 20 members. He sid
T '-urt .- -. Masters'. at redlied prices You can save a few cents per gal- the farmers and truckers of that oee-
The. "urt Pharny hH an u!-t"- ,n by buying adulterated paints, butt lion were doing Iell. making good
dalt. line o.f to.ilt artir'-, .ian invit's *! this eek. you lose money on the Job, since it will crops and getting good prices for them.
-.".i. i-:E tion. take as much again Dame went fishing while there and
now has several good fsh stoeres to
Mr. I. M. r:,ha:, f rah.nvill .r. and Mrs. Washburn. son and ADULTERATED PAINT na.te. s
ha.s sm fine. euches (of hi i own 'aghtr. Mrs. Joe Taylor. three
raising on the fruit stands ,of the. ity. daiight-'rs aid son, -Mrs. E. A. Polly to do the. same amount of work. If Messrs. Robert .Le.sle and Edward
.and.l thiee hil-ren went to Stanton you want to save money intelligently. -
C. avis & Co.. .f J.Jack,.vlle this .afr.i.cn to spend one or two and do the most work for the least Camp Rnt to lake Weo ir eay Wam
will sell any make of second-hand me k.-. money, and do it right, use day morning in the Anders ea e
typewriterupon easy t f d..red trimmed hats, worth up vis 100 per cent Messrs. Robinson and Robert Ader-
400 adie, trimmed h, woth uwhil they last. At Pure Paint ion remained over with the Burolet
400 ladies' trimmed h;.a.," wrirth ., t. $4 each. $1....whil -.they last. At.* houseparty.
.to 4 each. -1.98 whle th y 1.nH. At t. "-lbI. t Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
the Globe. ~ ('. Carr,-ll and Mr J H .stand the test of the most rigid Pure Miss Miriam Pasteur accompanied
IB.-i jamin w..nt out yesterday after-. Paint Law. For sale by the Marion Mr. and Mrs. C. Cullen and family
3Mr. H. Wilson came in Sndly r.n t rtl. .hre Mr arroll Hardware Co, Ocala, Fla. this afternoon to Tarboro. N. C.where
eftee.lee h from Tampa i 'nd rlti. .. ..s o the ,she with the two litue Cullen girls
on the early morning train. is reell sermon to thrill visit un Mr. Cullen
!ailirrciativa. lIttle congregation which 'i ..- .... "" ""le
St rvis A Co i graicnksnnvillle 1he has pastored the last year or two. The prescription department is the return from England.
R. C Dais Co. o JaksovileJhhapa- oetelstyrorw.- --I


handle silk typewriter ribbons. 75c. Mr. Carroll says he was always glad
each: $7.50 per dozen. t, go to Martel. and the people cer-
tainly seemed glad to see him, and ex-


REXALL
Mr. C. N. Patterson of lialtimore.
representing a china house, was in
town Saturday calling on the O(.vi:i
News Co.
FOR SAL.---A nearly new Under-
wood typewriter, cheap for cash. Ap-
ply to C. C. Bryant. at the H. B. Mas-
ters Co. 5-22x
Anti-German-the ideal disinfectant.
The Court Pharmacy can supply yore
with this elegant preparation when in
need.

Mr. Gary Turnley. of Dade City. ar-
rived in Ocala i.urday to spend tuwo
months with his grandmother. Mrs.
Fanny R. Gary.
Miss Margaret Anderson has re-
turned from a visit to friends in Pa-
latka. Miss Anderson's visit was a
most delightful one.
Meet me at the drug store on the
square.

Lest you forget that the Globe is
the "Under Selling Store" in Ocala.

Miss Lola Raysor returned home on
Sunday morning from Converse Col-
lege, where she has been a pupil for
the past two years.
Mr. Clarence Meffert cam. home
yesterday from Iake Weir. where he
has been a member of the Burford
houseparty since Thursday.
Mr. R. W. Bull. with R. E. Yonge &
Son, came in yesterday from Inver-
ness. where he has been doing some
plumbing.
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.
Mr. D. H. Gilbert. Monticello. Mr. B.
P. Hill. Jacksonville. Mr. C. C. Higgen-
botham of Gainesville. Mr. R. E. Cobb
of Fivay. and Mr. C. E. Foy. of Port
Inglls, were among the guests at the'
Montezuma yesterday.

Everybody is likely to have kidney
and bWadder trouble. In fact nearly
everybomdy has some trouble of this
kind. That is the reason why you so
often have pains in the back and
groin, scalding sensation, urinary dis-
ogders. etc.-that's your kidneys. The
best thing to do is to get some of De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills right:
away. Take, them for a few days or
a week or 'so and you will feel all
wmh T .t *his -. t- ...o.. _wim ....An I


tended their welcome to the newspa-
Iwr man.
Meet me at the drug store on the
square.
Mr. M. B. Jernigan an experienced
gas man, has arrimied in town to take
the position of gas maker. for the CtU-
z(ns (Gas ('o. Mr. Hunter says the
company is now making more than
twice the gas it was when he took
hold of it and it is quite an undertak-
ing to mAke enough of the grade he
is supplying.

REXALL

If you expect to get the original
Carbolized V'lt must I e sure it is DeWitt's Carbollsed
Wstch Hazel Salve. It is good for
:uts, burns and bruises, and is espec-
ially good for piles. Refuse substl-
t'tes. Sold by all druggists. -

Charles Mathews went down to
Candler Saturday to visit his son.
Mrs. Mathews. who Is visiting with
her daughter in Oklahoma. writes
that country is a perfect paradise, ag-
riculturally, but when it comes to liv-
ing, give her Florida. She is enjoying
good health, and "Bob" Is gaining a
pound a day.
Hoarseness, bronchitis and other
throat trouble are quickly uered by
Foley's Honey and Tar as It soothes
and heals the I.flamed throat and
bronchial tubes and the most obelnate
cough disappears. Insist upon having
the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar.
Sold by all druggists.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumes, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company.
We have a most exquisite Bee of
fancy imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.


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.
Mr. Abe Brown left Sunday for
Chattanooga. Tenn, where he will in
the future make his home. Mrs.
Brown preceded him there three
weeks. In July Mr. and Mrs. Brow?
will take a trip west, including Seat-
tie. Wash.. and San Francisco.
If you deslrb a cleb complexion
take Foley's Orlno lizaUtve for con-
stipat .u n and liver troubles as It will
stimuli'e these organs and thorough-
ly cleanse your system, which Is what
everyone needs In the spring In order
to feel well Sold by all druggists.
a idG 1 XCURSIItN FROlM M 4AMPA


Mrs. J. ILR. Moorbead came home
Saturday afternoon from JackoalvBie
Accompanied by her sister. Miss Nellie
Hooper, who received a very severe
fall several days ago while decorating
her school room. Mis Hooper will
Join her sister. Miss Loulse Hooper, In
New York City, as soon as she retov-
era from her fa11.
Mr. E. P. Thagard returned Satur-
day from"a vfit to Jacksomvle aad
to the westelt part of the stats. He
reports Miss Ellen Thagard doing
nicely at the DeSota Sanitarium.
Mrs. D. W. Davis, who has speat the
past five weeks In Jacksonville and at
Pablo Beach. has returned home. Mrs.
Davis' friends will be delighted to
learn jhat she was greatly benefitted
jby her trip.
'


- Mrs. S. T. Sis
The Seaboard Railway brought a grange Sistrunk,
big excursion crowd of colored people sistrunk and Min
up from Tampa today. The excursion leave Tuesday I
was operated to Silver Springs at 11 where they will
for the round trip, but almost every weeks at the Bell
single person got off at Ocala. There
were quite a number of white people The house ip
in the crowd, one coach being reserv- Weir, composed c
ed for them. There were 18 coaches llams. Eloise Mil
packed to standing room and at least Williams and E.
1.500 people must have come. by Mrs. G. K. W
Ocala Saturday a
KILLS HER FOE OF 25 YEARS joyable outing.
"The most merciess enemy I had
for 20 years," declares Mrs. James Mrs. Patterson
Duncan, of Haynesville. Me. "was who came In from
dyspepsia. I suffered Intensely after to take In comu
eatingg or drinking and could scarcely home Saturday.
sleep. After many remedies had tall- ._ ._. --
ed and several doctors gave me up, I
tried Electric Bitters, which cured me
completely. Now I can eat anything. o I
I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to | N Al
get my health and strength back
again." For Indigestion, loss of appe-
tite, -idney trouble, lame bpck, female m
complaints, it's unequaled. Only Mc IOV ITip
at all druglsts. "
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES I


I have Just received a new supply
of electric Axtures. Among them arei
some handsome bracket fixtures and I
Tugston fixtures, Inverted or turned
down. HL W. Tucker.
A SMILE I
Is a pretty hard thing to accomplith
when you're blue. bflious and out of
sorts. There Is a sre cure for aB
kinds of stomach anG liver com-
plaints coastpation and dyspepala.
Ballard's Herbine is mand. yet abseo-
lutely effective In all cases. Price 0c
per bottle at the Anti-Monopely Drug-
store.
THE "MERRY WIDOW" FOR SALE
On account of the fact that I am I
building a speed launch for use on the.
springs. I will sell the launch "Merry


trunk. Master La-
little Miss Virglila
is Annie AtkheIoo
noon for Sarmsota,
enjoy the next two
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arty at North Lake
f Misses Wdth wl-
ler. Messrs. m ward
0. Jones. chaperoed
nillmu., returned to
oon after a mast en-

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Martel were muis eatedl"e.mi.
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houekee g a ashort to M. the
Star and their other reds w ethe
young people al manner of hatpmome
in the years to come.
MISS MILLER TO ENTERTAIN
Mim Eloise Miller will be the heated
of the TYoung Lades" Bride Club at
Wednesday afteroo, at her FLIt.
avenue home. The change trom Tes-
day to Wednesday was made. so as
not to conflict with other parties to be
given on thht day.
THURSDAY NIGHT AT
THE ARMORY THEATER
The Ocala Eagle Minstrels will gve
their big show at the armory theater
Thursday night instead of TiueBy
night. Tickets at Ocala News Co.
Misses Emma and Edna Nelma two
former Ocala gtriar arrived yesterday
from Sumterville to visit Miss Aanie
Atkinson for two days.


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SECOND BRIGADE REUNION
Prlrwam ef the Exaeises to be Held
in Ocala June 2nd and 3rd
Headquarters 2nd Brigade
Florida Division U. C. V.
Ocala, Fla. May 18, 1909.
(General Orders No. 5)
1st. As per general orders No. 4.
Issued April 24. 1909. the 16th annual
meeting and reunion of the Second
Brigade, Florida Division, U. C. V.,
will be held in the courthouse at Ocala,
Fla, Wednesday and Thursday, June
2nd and 3rd 1909. and will convene
June 2nd at 10 a. m., in which all Con-:
federate Veterans. Daughters of the.
Confederacy and Sons of Veterans are
cordially invited to participate.
2nd. The major general command-
ing the division, and brigadier gen-
erals commanding brigades, and their
staff, and all past major generals, and
brigadier generals of the division are
especially requested to honor us with
their presence and wisdom on this oc-
casion.
3rd. Program:
Music by the Metropolitan Band.
Prayer by the chaplain, Major H. C i
Martin. *
Address of welcome by Mayor John,
D. Robertson. on behalf of the people
of Ocala.
Address of welcome by Col. John M.
Martin, of Ocala. Fla., on behalf of
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V.
Response by Brigadier General J. C.
Davant of Brooksville, Fla.
Annual address.
Presentation of brigade sponsor
Mfss Matilda R. Pasteur, of Stanton.
Ilt., and her maid of honor, Miss Sue
Arnderson. of Ocala, Fla.. by Brigadier
General H. W. Long.
Presentation of sponsor for Dicki-
son Chapter, U. D. C., Miss Florence
Walters, and her maid of honor, Miss
Grace Hatchell, both of Ocala, Fla.
Presentation of sponsor for Marion
Camp No. 56, U. C. V, Miss Mary E.
Burford. of Ocala, Fla.
4th. Business session of the brigade
will be held at the courthouse at 3
p. m.
Thursday, June 3rd
5th. Visitors will be given a free
ride In automobiles over some of Ma-
rion county's Improved roads, leaving
the Ocala House at 8 a. m.
6th. A business session will be held
at the courthouse at 11 a. m.
7th. The members of Dicklson
Chapter. U. D. C., in accordance with
a time-honored c-stom of theirs, will
celebrate the anniversary of the birth
of Jefferson Davis by spreading a
bountiful repast in the Gary Grove for
the members of Marion Camp, and on
this occasion for them and all vet-
erans attending the brigade reunion.
After all have participated, brief
extemporaneous addresses will be de-
livered by prominent visitors, in com-
memoration of the life of this great
and good man, after which the vet-
erans and daughters will move in pro-
cession to the monument to the mem-
ory of Marion county's Confederate
dead, erected upon the public square
of Ocala, which will be decorated by
the daughters, after which a short
reminiscence of these great men will
be made by the brigadier general, and
others, should time permit.
The following reduced rates have
been secured by the committee of ar-
rangements by the hotels and boarding
houses: The Ocala House, $2 per day;
the Montezuma, $1.25; the Florida
House, Arms House, and all boarding
houses, $1 per day.
The reception committee will meet
the trains and furnish all needful in-
formation to delegates and visitors as
they arrive.
The railroad officials of the state
have been requested, and doubtless
will give the usual rate of one cent
per mile for round trip ticket, plus 25
cents. Tickets to be on sale June 1st
and 2nd; good until June 5th.
By order of H. W. Long,
Brigadier General Commanding.
W. L. Ditto.
Adjutant General and Chief of Staff.
RATES TO THE REUNION
I take pleasure in announcing to all
Confederate veterans, and all others
desiring to attend the reunion of the
Second Brigade, Florida Division, U.
C. V., at Ocala, June 2 and 3, that
the following liberal rates have been
secured from the Atlantic Coast Line
Railway. Georgia, Florida and Alaba-
ma Railway. Louisville and Nashville
Railway, and Seaboard Alr Line Rail-
was. as a sample of rates that will be
charged at all agency stations in


Florida for round trip tickets to and
from Ocala one the above stated rail-
road systems, to-wit: Archer .$1.10;
Citra, 49c: Dade City, $1.50; Gaines-
ville, 86c: Hampton, $1.05: Haw-
thorse, 65c; Jacksonville, $2.05; JAs-
per. $2.40: Lake City, $1.80; Leesburg,
70e: Llve Oak. $2.25; Orlando, $1.5i5:
Palatka, $1.25; Plant City, $1.75; Riv-
er Junction, $4.75; Tallahassee. $3:
Tampa. $2.20; Tavares, 90c; Winter
Park, $1.65; Ybor City, $2.20.
Tickets to be on sale June 1 and 2.
1909. only. and will be good to leave
Ocala returning up to and including,
but not later than midnight ot June
4. 1"09. H. W. LONG,
Commanding Brigade.
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Drop us a postal card for the July
McCall Fashion Sheets. The Globe.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 41, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that E. L. Mar-
tin, purchaser of tax certificate No.
842. dated the 3rd day of June A. D.
1907. has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated in
Marion county. Florida, to-wit: ne
of nw% sec 25, tp 16 s. r 24 e. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of unknown. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed according
to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
the 5th day of July. A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature anDi
seal this the 29th day of May. A. D
1909. S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. Fla.
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"What is
living?"
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In-law."


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"Why are women such silly cream
turesr
"Because they are so quick to dis-
cern what is desired."
"What do you mean?" .
"Men like congenial company."

Added Later.
"If all the world's a stage. there was
otne of the Important ages that Shake-
speare missed when he only counted
seven."
"And which Is that?"
"The tank drama."

Too Cold.
"I confess I haven't much charity."
"It I* a gVd thing tn "Why do you think so*'"
"It would feel so uncomfortable with
you."
Slight Mistake.
He looked into her tender eyes
And thought he saw his fate.
A wireless message, too. it seemed
If he could read it straight.
But the expression ro I tense
Was caused by what she ate.
Repose.
"How do you manage to keep such
a good temper?'"


SMany tunimes womn cal aon their fi
-,agMe, one from dyqmspeua meh u
liver or kid=y disc..n aao ber 6w io n
pam here a there and in th is ty t
udtheir e ginn or oe^ ^ tlll^rit^
he, uixmi7' ?.o be mec, prescribshas ib to b
ree aan Wk.Z aa. I il c

cSi of suffering, keeps up his tre u
The suffering patient gets o better by rmso
meant, but probably worse. A maicie ke D.
vonte Prescription, arwd i 'b A would bani (be
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As a inigorating toe "Fa-
vorite PrcsCWepuonl" IipNPImart rMs t_ to
the whole system and to the orlU die-
tinctly femiine in Ipalt r. For o e
worked,'worn-out," "run-down," debirtated
teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seam-
stresses, "shopgirls," house-keepers rs-
Ing mothers, and feeble women general,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the
greatest earthly boom, being unequaled
as an appetizing cordial and restorative
tonic.
As a soothing and stttcngthning arw-


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EVERY WOMAN ought to poem Dr. Pece's reat book, the 't aple. Sen U ft
Adviser, a magnificent thL oandLpe iHsteaed volume. It teaces mathem herw to m e fr
children and themelve. It is the bet doctor to have in the hlodme in c ofemd emc O f
a million lfrr" l-r afJJ a& tl gi .L |-.&


"I avoid the company of those who i o. o p-, we oW am a 0t. ea9cm b ne w copy w paper inw w be moenf ltAbi.M
ask fool questions. Good morning." 21 one-cent stamps to pay the cot dof maulM a ; or meed 31 for a k ahdmem e f
--- copy. Addrms blhgM ,WOU'sDi~mmim Medi11lMW
Better Still.
"I hear you have a lawsuit on hand."
"Yes. but I am not worrying over It." NOTICE OF SPECIAL \
"Got a good case?" MASTERS SAL
"No, but I've got a good lawyer." __ MA8TE-. SALE
---Notice is here-y given that under ,,'w -' I
Forethought. and by virtue of a final decree render-
If little children would take heed ed by the Honorable W. S. Bullock ."W "
And snatch an hour or two from play judge of the circuit court of the 5th -ha t Jfo l W
To train their parents up with care V &-.t
'Twould save them many an anxious judicial circuit of Florida, In and for :. -
day. Marion county, In chancery sitting, In For w l i-- a. I D
a certain cause pending therein -a i '
Generally. wherein Thomas P. Denham. trustee,. Y -
"What comes after Lent?" Is complainant, and the Oklawaha cm t Cle
"Of course, Easter elegance." Chit company and. IL Winsolldams ,
"No, I did not mean that--1mall are defendants., the undersigned aso o.---11 a--a wl- -- e- l mta .
economies and big bills." special master in chancery, will on "emd bI a g- p b_ U harMl M& r t W. g 'b
Monday, the 5th day of July. A. D. amB AMn. Ia WhbKi emWt *Ml. It amwe d ag mew a| t
1909. at the south door of the court IL bOus o. thae toif m It wIf 4 we g66., e W ma
Query. houe In Ocala.. Marion county. Flor- la ts = Ar a. it theV W W 4L '
"Pa?' ida. during the legal hours of sale, of- Ibm t f, Il lA1, Try .WS if It IV & i fr yU t1 M pfaOi m"3"
"Well, my boy?" fer for sale and sell to the highest bid- mbia VEh. m-et be trmeed dl* -ttW a. (or at) *
"Is the cub reporter le bear editor's der9 fo cash all the property directed rg-ly t l--pe bl a a-.- ae ma 1m, I -a t "
0 desribed In ando bw said decree and 1 Ms w dw, to a dW, y -S be S
described as follows, to-wit: Begin- ma g n.hMa the _adtL 3
ning at the southeast corner of see- ... .. a No. o
FORCED INTO EXILE tion six (6) In township thirteen (13) ..* 0m, ,. m Iemb- e- sU n ho
FORCED INTO EXILE outh of rqnge twenty-one (21) east, T M
and running thence west along the o."l &wNeNctuaty amit Naa Oeti that M M.t VWA-6 11mem
Wm. Upchurch.- of Glen Oak. Okla., south line of said section six () forty- tWI to Moi & o111plt rtort1f1 desi of good-Vh M It ci ig o|U
was an exile fvom home Mountain five (45) chains. thence north forty ties ka weD dIlgetiaM. It does a dou1aBft t-1.-
air, he thought. would cure a frightful (40) chains to the quarter section thiS 1 at eme digs ttigB a otl od
.ung racking cough tnat had defied all tin .thence east twenty-olve (2 ) a the -int mO t" i -t d. - .Mi. LoM
remedies for two years. After six ain then south twelve and (5)- ,- -A-. t.. o at worB .-. -_ -- -s --- :.
months he returned death ,lorgin.g hishai (h. to section line. thence h sou t Ve Wm WA Wac uth eN o os b ^
steps. "Then I began to use Dr. twenty-seven (27) and 50-100 e chain **-s a
King's New Discovery," he writes, to point of beginning, lying. being seo t 1 tw l .. t... eNsema de beste *la -l4 V '
"and after taking six bottles I am s and situate in Marion county, Florida; W]- t riled tt r 17-w.
well as ever." It saves thousands and also that certain other piece or pIlNy, m t Xs .l-, s-mii ~e TIti t
yearly from desperate lung diseases. parcel of land described therein and OW On--.p"t --e due to Ifvht earg Mliat ... -.e
Infallible for coughs and colds. It dis- particularly described as follows: Be- dli"lP a n thMs A
pels hoarseness and .sore throat. ginning at a point eight (8) chains trlmadtted to tho e blood, a tieemtaIiMr8f8Mgsing '.
Cures grip, bronchitis, hemorrhages, west of the northeast corner of the tharoagb the ---,em. ..g ow mS -e.-.
asthma, croup, whooping cough. 50c n tso nshist thirteen () ctiso h of sx ) at d.om e
and $1,. trial bottles free. guaranteed range tenty-one (21) east thence
b:. all druggists. run west along the quarter section FOR U V AL. FIMYCLASS DUO '
line four (4) chais, thence south A___
HOME FOR RENT twelve and 50-100 chains, thence east -I ,*,S
four (4) chains, thence north twelve
Home on Oklawaha avenue known and 50-100 chains to the point of begin- f
as the Spellman House, for rent. Ap- ning, situate, lying and being in Ma- .
ply to A. G. Gates. 4-14-tf on county. Florida said last men- '
lion of that certain judgment in favor
BOYS WILL BE BOYS of Charles E. Garner against Chan.
and are always getting scratches, cuts, W. White, dated August 21. 185, and
sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or ro thded in Minute Book B" at of Mpag
scalds. Don't neglect such things- -. f h publed radrds of Maro
they may result seriously If you do. c.Pnty. Florida. and now held and -
they may result seriously If you do. ,,v-wntd by defendant, J. R. Williams,.
Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment ac- by deed of assignment dated Novem-,-
cording to directions right away and b,-r 18. 1904. and recorded in Book of
It will relieve the pain and heal the Assignments "I:' at page 487 of the "r I
trouble. Price 25c, 50c. and $1 at the public records aforesaid; together I have Forty-two Choice Resident Lots in Bloaks Adjoinul
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. with all the buildings, fences, tools
and implements, orange groves and Howard Academy and Lincoln Helght.
MEN-Our ilhustrat-d catalogu,- ex- nursery stock planted and growing
plains how we t.ach ha rbor trade in thereon and all forms of personal Alo in Blocks Adjoining Broadway.
few week, mailed fr.e. Mo.-r 1rh.-r property now owned by said defen-
Collee. Atlanta. .i dlant. Ocklawaha uit Company. sit-
College, Atlanta ua- upon said before mentioned and FI
,!t-seribed lands: and. further, that nS
400 ladies' trimmed hats, worth up I -'P,,ordance with the terms of said de- 4
to $4 each. $1.98 while they last. At eree. no bid will be received or enter-
the Globe. trained by the master from any person -. .'
or bidder who has not prior to the Fak Sdl. i N. Is OWL.
time of the making of the said sale of -.- .
said irol.rty. tendered to the master
;F certified bank check payable to the l P-u
order of said master, or currency of W a W a 0 ..
th United States of America. for the .
NE UnuNyE sum of at least Two Thousand Dol- w
** lars. such sum so deposited by the sue-
Oth ltt trwnty five ar and never foud a eha p f he pays the W abalanrrantyce eee o
nilet until he began taking your Caq'arvt%. Eh e cc- p
beas begun tai rCasareta he Las m-.er bad his bid to said master, or to be ap- -"1
tbe headache. 'I'h-y hare entirely cr.J him. plied on the deficit. if any. between (3 LL nIT '* i
Cmeaereisd4 wia you recomreu.i tihemn to do. I such bidder's bid and the subsequent nl
will give y, tae privi:.;c of usneL hi nawo ime r cessful bid, If any. at a re-sale of
.D. bickn Iresiners,.,w.Inia s..ia said property because of the failure TN O d A A A A'-
o S^ -rOf said purchaser .to pay the full l -mmK "'
BesT For amount of his bid and abide by theHA AUA.A'
The Bowels orderss of this court, the deposits of all ,, "
oth-r bidders to be returned by said "
master after said sale. except that n FRANK P. GA. Ow
the event the successful bidder satis- '
^^cmvrqmw fies the master of his ownership of -
CANDICTInMT ^bonds or other evidences of debts se- 'L
cured by lien of the mortgage or deed
qif i trust mentioned in the final de- R ate toAT
,'rne in said cause. the said master -
Plaint. Palatahi P',.nt T toG Tm.Do e0 will accept the same and allow such
eTrelshicken. Wlaen or ,r;.. :*.-..e.Never bidder credit therefore, according as .. .._ .. *i
s4 in bk. The gei.ine ta',:i. tnpe1 cc. th' rorpirity may admit, and to the ex--.. .
~etan4eed to cure or yours m' .
Sterlin Remedy Co.. Chicago orN... y tnt ,of the pro rata value of the aidACCOUNT OF TI "
ABUALSALEb,,nEdILIiBs. based upon the whole issue
AUUIJLSLE, TE MILLION BOE$ ,h,-r'-,.f. ?o tendered to the sNm of T OF.M EET IN GT' "4T'IEJ
.-..-. amount of said bid in excess of the .. -

th is ause and the total amount of all 1aj.I K j l 1JI( MIB
F ill tax, due and unpaid heretofore as- .
Iss. d against the said premises.JO IBa H-T
* *necrial Master in Chancery H d^k.PArP 'on


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