Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 1, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03181
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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IoAnd Ass.nt ofHis. Samrdwhip for
the Past Ye -sth Vews s -
of t Seemsd Brigade
k a di- ash ,.mgmk 'PhW 800.IA-
We bmt w re me of te wih I" utsscess ao
Srevr Its jors sad Its sorrows. and
ht 9 MAII-its cares sad Its bemavements. brings
ad' mM a Ai d ur down to this the 1 th annual meet-
S,--Ing--- of Our brigade.
for. ofy eBer y ixte to each of you fraternal
__. __, __ greetings. To the veterans who are
,j rl not only conattuted delegates. In be-
~ half o the brigade I bid you a heart-
t a felt welcome to be with as In our d e-
S \ b liberations, and to feel free to paSmic-
lpate In the same, except In vottUg. All
I. GROCERY veterans In good standing In their re-
N--- ac- speective canpe under the provisions
UJr Tof our constitution are accorded that
privilege. I wil briefly submit to you
I Pfrl"~rS a report of my official acts since as-
.% Xt 1149. Shm Ha, R*Ufing command of the brigade. On
-.... ,Oct. 26th, 1. I I Issued general orders
...- - No. 1 assuming command of the bri-
gade, and announced W. L Ditto, of
S. nt U D.FULLERH Marion Camp No. 4. U. C. V. as ad-
.. J)utant general and chief of staff. Ocala.,
AL SURG O Florida. On January 1. 1.9. ssued
general orders No. 2 announcing my
t'' o*M Mi-- Ia l~ staff officers and aids de camp. On
February 2nd, 10. I Issued general
LA WORDA orders No. 3, urging the adjutants of
the several camps of the brigade to fll
TUM _. CASH. out the several blanks enclosed with
S.- .* --. lt, and mall the same to Col. W. L.
." ,' -- Ditto, adjutant general and chief of
S / ~ A staff. Ocala. FIa. together with five
.t _ents per capital for each member as is
' NTAL SURG FF required by section 2 of article 7 utf
.. .. "-' our constitution, which I regret to may
iR o 1.0 i and 11, has not been done promptly by moot
0md 4 Floor, older Block, of the adjutants of the several camps.
OCALA' -l rI A some dt whom have failed to do so up
t d "'--- FL IA to the present time.
R'R9lX, fCASH. On April 24th, 1909, I issued general
S ... ..... orders No. 4, announcing that the 1oth
L / ~annual meeting and reunion of the
LK F. BLALOC K Brgade. orda Division. U.
,, e u w -r O("V. V. would be held at Ocala, Pla.. on
Wednesday and Thursday.' June 2nd
: H and 3rd, 19M, inviting all Confederate
Veterans, Dteransers o the Confeder-
u vw CC m u'd al aMY. Sons of Veter.ns, the major gen-
eral commanding the division, brig-
?hm__ a a... .. dler generals commanding brigades
6W ern .to ILW a. se: I to and their respective staffLs, together
S. g.I. with all past major general. and bri-
VOUIS CAIH. gade generals td attend d partilci-
.. a Bpate in the reunion, the program for
Dr ,which was announced in part, subject
S D Oto modification. On May 18th. lit. I

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I rIeeeIve daily mnipments of choice
s4s a- salt water ish of the best
Valeties. I handle nothing but fish.
basdl them right.

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LUmber Co.

Issued general orders No. 5, anmnounc-
ing more fully the program for the re-
union, and announced the appoint-
ment of Miss Matilda Pasteur of Stan-
ton, Fla., as brigade sponsor, and Miss
Sue Anderson, of Ocala, Fa., as her
maid of honor, Miss Florence Walters.
of Ocala, Fla., as sponsor for Dickison
Chapter, U. D. c'. and Miss Grace
Hatehell of Ocala. Fla, as her maid of
honor, and Miss Mary Elisabeth Bur-
ford, of Ocala, Fla., as sponsor for
Marion Camp No. 54. U. C. V., all of
whom will duly be presented to you.
On May 27. 1W. I mailed a copy of
special rates secured for the reunion
June 2nd and 3rd. 193. for round trip
tickets to and from Ocala. over the At-
lantic Ccast Line railway, Georgia.
Florida & Alabama railroad, Louis-
ville & Nashville railroad and the
Seaboard Air Line railroad, to the sev-
eral camps of the brigade, and had it
published in a number.of newspapers.
I trust that no hitch has given trouble
In securing the benefits of those rates.
There has been no offielal matter sub-
mitted to me during (te year by any
of the camps for my decision.
A number of camps from a deple-
tion of their numbers, by death, re-
movals and striking from the roll of
membership, have become so weak as
to make It difficult to secure a quorum
at their regular meetings. This is to
be deplored. I recommend that adju-.
tats use wholesome discretion and
persuasive measures and the camps a
degree of leniency before they strike
from the roll. Marion Camp No. 6,
SE. Lee Camp No. .and perhaps
'others, have procured suitable blank
books In which a concise biographical
sketch of the war history of each
member tI being entered, If all the

members would furnish this data it
would give history that otherwise could
not be secured. I recemseend this
matter to the several camps of the bri-
sade, and commend It for their fav-
orable consideration.
That grand old veteran who as pass-
ed his four score years, Lieut. Col. W.
L. Ditto, who accepted the office of
adjutant general and chief of staff.
through the growing lufIrmitlies of age,
and other causes found It necessary to
change his residence from Ocala to
Jacksouvlle. at a time when the otfl-
ell duties of that office were most
needed, and Major E. XI. Carney. who
Is assetant adjutant, efficient and act-
ive, just at that time was as tax col-
lector engaged with the delinquent tax
list of the county, which required all
of his time, threw all the clerical work
of that office upon me, whieh I have
done to the best of my ability, and at
the neglect of my personal Interests.
I had fondly hoped that the several
adjutants of the camps would have
filled out the several blanks furnished
them so as to have enabled me to make
an itemised analysis of the Increase
ana decrease of the veterans compris-
lng the several camps of the brigade.
I regret that this wag not done. I am
pleas-d to place upon the roll of honor
the adjutants of J. J. Dickison Camp
No. 1617, and Chas. Seton Fleming
CIp No. 116 for promptness and ac-
curacy. The adjutants of Maron Camp
No. 5K6, A Lee Camp No. 6., and

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"Beyond the sunset's radiant glow.
There is a brighter world I knor :
Beyond the sunset I may spend
Delightful days that never end."
Respectfully submitted.
H. W. Long. Gen. Com. Brig.
,by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf-I
ness. and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mcuou.,
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum-
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness Is
the result, and unless the inflamma-
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear-
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which Is nothing but an inflamed con-
ditiod of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollara
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars. free.
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

Portland, Ore.. June l.-Joe Blakely.,
a negro, was lynched here yesterday
afternoon by a mob which was seek-
ing his brother, Sam, who shot Dep-
uty Sheriff Cain dead Saturday. Sam
could not be found. Jim said he would
kl Bud Harner. a white man If he


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gloritlie the fate. Cures pimples, sore
oye., cold sores,. ecrked lips, chapped
hands. Try it. Infallible for piles.
>5c at all druggists.

lontezuma Barberhop

in Connection With the Hotel Oce0

Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to




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could get at him, so the mob conclud- Underltkers and Embalm s
ed to lynch Jim, which was forthwith
done. D). Mclver Alfred E. Owe.
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you -IF in aShIt ni i111i l M
would never suffer from kidney, blad- All work done by licensed embalm-
der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two ers and fully aranteed.
month's treatment. Sold by druggists e
or by maiL Send for testimonials. Dr. --- --
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St.
Louls. Mo.
On the Leggett Bill for the Help of i
Public Schools J I
Tallahassee. June 1.-Governor Gil-
christ has vetoed the Leggett bill
which appropriated $166.000 for the
maintenance of the public school sy.- D .| __
teih of the state. Et Q mUl#
The governor has signed the bill
amending the Tampa charter atnd th." P o w
bill granting a county court for D.-- w- v
Soto county. | I_ DI

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to alleviate his sorrows, and to aid :;n T lH H INl A
supplying the necessities of the needy. E ...
Infirm, and In smoothing his pathway -
with cheer by strewing it with beau-
r tiful flowers of kindness. Let us as' A. D. Oliver, _kyrZ-ket Fimameine c
members of this brigade as a token of Chimax, Ga., Has Gon Dews Like
our appreciation of their loyalty and
devotion to us in the past, and at this the Prsverbial Stiek
time, join heartily in the movement to
erect a great monument to their mem- I Climax. Ga.. June 1.-What appear
ory by contributing of our substanc..- to be one of. the most gigantile con.
according to our ability to aid n its at Lidence and swindling deals since tb@
I complishment. days of Sidney Lacells wna brought t<
i I also recommend that you throw an end yesterday, when A. D. Oliver
the full force of your Influence in sus- president of the Climax bank. and
talinlg and building up the organiai- Cashier Hall. of the same Institution,
tion of the Sons of the Confederacy were arrested.
that are organized as such and in aid- Oliver has been operating In an
Ing In getting up organizations where about Climax since January of this
none exists. Our constitution pro- :ear. and it was generally understood
vides for it. These stalwart sons are ht' had millions of money. He bought
the hope of the future of our historic timbered lands. lands, sawmills, banks
Southland. They are now In the- main automobiles. etc., as if money grew
filling the offices of our fair land. -We upon trees. It develops today that be
find from their ranks senators, con- would secure cash through deposit ti
greamen. governors, legislators, judges his bank. in which institution the publ
and county officers. In the busy rush lir had considerable confidence, anui
for commercial development, the mak- with partial payments of cash, usual;
Ing of reputations by accumulating ly small amounts, he would buy othek
Immense fortunes and a growing sen- properties, thus establishing confidence
timent to drift from the Inalienable anuld permitting him to fleece the un-
right of the people of the states gunr- susipecing public unmercifully. When
anteed by the fundamental law of the tht Climax institution was examined
land to govern themselves in all mat- It had ;C cents in cash. Oliver's ap-
ters not conceded to the government. parent swindlks ran all the way from
by building up a central government insignificant deposits in his baak to
thereby subverting the constitutional I$29, fr oom individuaL His op-
rights of the people, and drifting into eration. were indiscriminate, taking
a monarchial form of government let as his victims from bankers down. His
these sons not forget that they arf tli.. past record as far as the public is
sons of valiant soldiers who as vet- L-uncerned. is a mystery. He has re-
erans of their country's call left the fused to make any reports as to his
environments of their happy homes pastL
shouldered their muskets and face,'
the missiles of death upon many hard THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS
fought battlefields, baptizing them with-
their blood, who often with not a Mother Gray's sweet powders for
change of apparel, upon half or no children, a certain relief for feverish-
rations, made forced marches to obtain ness. headache, bad stomach, teeth-
stragetic points, or to intercept an in- ing. disorders, move and regulate the
vading enemy, who made these sac. bowels and destroy worms. They
rifices for the right of self-govern- break up colds in 24 hours. They are
ment. A part of our remaining life so pleasant to the taste and harmless
work is to see that these sons through as milk. Children like them. Over
organizations perpetuate the principles 10,000 testimonials of cures. They
for which we fought in the sixties, and never fall. Sold by all druggists. 25c.
preserve the memory of us after we Ask today. Don't accept any substi-
have all passed to the world beyond. tute. 1
Comrades, our numbers are rapidly
growing less. As one by one of us H. B. PLANT'S WIDOW DEAD
pass to the spirit land. no recruit can
be found to take our place. In the New York. June 1.-Mrs. Margaret
evenIng of life, while lingering ,,n the J. (Irave. \wi(low of the late Henry
shores of time. let us at our reunions Bradhey Plant, died in this city yes-
hold sweet fellowship with each other, t#-rday, after an illness which lasted
by retracing the past. enjoying the for more than a year. Mrs. Graves
present and contemplate a happy fu- marri-d Mr. ("raves five years after
ture and when the last enemy, death. the dtath of Mr. Plant, which occurr-
Is to be overcome, may each of us be- ed in 199. Mrs. raves leaves a for-
cause of well spent lives, be prepared tune estimated at1 $8.000.000. which
to pas through the dark valley and will po to her husband and two
shadow of death fearing no evil, andt nphws.
fnd beautiful seats awaiting us close -
by the river of life which flows from LOOKING ONE'S BEST
the throne of God, and there rest ut- -... .. BE
der the shade of the trees whose leaves Its a woman's delight to look her
are for the healing of the nations. best but Plmples. skin eruptions. sores
and where we can- realize the b-auti- and hoils rob life of Joy. Li sten!
ful thought of the poet. who sun-.: Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures aem.





Pregraa. of the Ex Si ge s be Wdv
in Ocata June 2nd and 3rd
Headquarters 2nd Brigade
Florida Division U. C. V.
Ocala. l., May 18, 1s ).
(General Orders No. 5)
1st. As per general orders No. 4,
issued April 24. 1MS, the 1th sam-al
meeting and reunion of the Second
Brigade. Florida Divisleo. U. C. V.
will be held In the courthouse atOcal
rla. Wednesday sad Thuray,. June
2nd and 3rd. 100, and will coavene
June 2nd at 10 a. M.. In which all Con-
federate Veterans, Daughters of the T. T M
Confederacy and Sons of Veterans are
cordially invited to participate.
2nd. The major general command-
lug the division, and brigadier gen- LI W
erals coOpwnaing brigades, and their *
9sa6, and all past major generals, and
brigadier generals of the division aie
specially requested to honor us with
their presence and wisdom on this oe-
3rd. Program:
Mutic by the Metropolitan Band.
Prayer by the chaplain, Major H. C.
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. Are the
Response by Brigadier General J. C. cit...
Davant of Brookaville, Fla. cty
Annual address. We *c
Presentation of brigade sponsor. Women U
Miss Matilda R. Pasteur, of Stanton, We eal
Fla, and her maid of honor. MIn lue
Anderson. of Ocala. Fla, by Brigadier
General H. W. Long.
Presentation of sponsor for Dick-
son Chapter. U. D. C., Miss Florence
Walters, and her maid of hemnr. MuiisH
Grace Hatchell, both of Ocala, Fla. T In
Presentation of sponsor for Marion -
Camp No. 56, U. C. V.. Mis Mary I.
Burford, of Ocala. Fia.
4th. Business session of the brigade
will be held at the courthouse at 3
p. UL

Thutsdayl. June am 5 *3rd n l
5th. VIitors will be given a free min n r
ride in automobiles over some of Ma--M E N.AND MPf I f I
rion county's improved roads, leaving --.
the Ocala House at 8 a.. m. 0 -- ..-.
6th. A business session will be held
at the courthouse at 11 a. m. P- urn.Ll C
7th. The members of Dicklson HF U N I T ffmJ i
Chapter. U. D. C.. in accordance with F k- ,
a time-honored custom of theirs will ,*"
celebrate the anniversary of the birth AND
of Jefferson Davis by spreading a
bountiful repast In the Gary ore for U
the members of Marion Camp, and on JUIU1 I llJH iMfle -
this occasion for them and all vet- rv @5I- u^iwW WM -,
erans attending the brigade reuniom.
After all have participated, brief
extemporaneous addresses will be de- The .Iv im h U*J b H .
slivered by prominent visitors, in corn- I-- --" : 9 W
memoration of the life of this great f iM hS ft M--. C.lts 4d '
and good man, after which the vet-- --
erans and daughters will move In pro-; u if 9 1 f i
cession to the monument to the mem*- M ft* f
ory of Marion county's Confederate ---
dead, erected upon the public square M wIw a iU d I lldierij.
of Ocala, which will be decorated by ..
the daughters, after which a short Ir e, f WtI allMg
reminislacence of these great men will W--k _u wi a 0 ,
be made by the brigadier generaL and W
others, should time permit. .* -U k w.. ...
The following reduced rates have
been secured by the committee of ar-
rangements by the hotels and boarding i
houses: The Ocala House, $2 per day;
the Montesuma, $125; the Florida l I'4 II.. W
House. Arms House, and all boarding -I V
houses. $1 per day.
The reception committee will meet O l a, lod sI l
the trains and furnish all needful In-
formation to delegates and visitors U nz" a""s"
they atrive. .
The railroad officials of the state ".. ,
have been requested, and doubtless ----****0*----- OO-O f f** *I>-_- -
will give the usual rate of one cent
per mile for round trip ticket, plus 265 *U- l i ^ -' "
cents. Tickets to be on Sale June 1st l I I T T E
and 2nd; good until Jue 6th. l W I I LE
By order of H. W. Long,-,^ -o-- --
Brigadier General CommaPdlng. S. rL E WEl Fvt -t
W. 1. Ditto.
Adjutant General and Chief of Staff. -


I take pleasure in announcing to all Fresh Meuis reerieom, Chihlea, Eggs, E t % PI ',- a l-'
Confederate veterans, and all others -. -
desiring to attend the reunion of the U M and e-.. FPh and Slk Water Fi4h. Th I ,N O
SecondBrigade. Florida Division. U. let Pie of Its Kind in the Co-try. R e-ed6 1- "a"
C. V., at Ocala, June 2 and 3, thatn w'
the following liberal rates have been Up-To-Date. First C"ass Restairant ia nsMMtik lm Pl- ca
secured from the Atlantic Coast Line ,
Railway. Georgia, Florida and Alaba- Meals and Reasonable Board to Weekly C0 1 1eM
ma Railway, Louisville and Nashville ,
Railway, and Seaboard Air Line Ralt-
was. as a sample of rates that will be_ a ea ,, Ge"i
charged at all agency stations in Fo p Iron and Metals, Also .re 4 |)
Florida for round trip tickets to and 8 ,
from Ocala on the above stated rail- a nd OOLd /
road systems, to-wit: Archer $1.10;
Citra, 40c; Dade City, $1.50: Gaines- / .
ville. 8c; Hampton, $1.05; Haw- Tn..
thorne. 5 c; Jacksonville. $2.05; Jas- Telephone No. Ill P.O. BO, No. d6 I ;.
per, $2.40: Lake City, $1.80; Leesburg ,
7ec; Live Oak, $2.25; Orlando, $1.55: i lt ad121 h,
Palatka. $1.25; Plant City, $1.75; Riv- ---- "
er Junction, $4.75; Tallahassee. $3; .S. -- .... ...............
Tampa, $2.20: Tavares, 90e: Winter
Park, $1.65; Thor City, $L2.0. -
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 of June I I 6EI iE iI
4. 1909. H. W. LONG, --
Commanding Brigade.
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Jeh Me tm sa- wfe st Camler.,
upele Of .t happy codltiomis of at-
Stin* that vITthm. ead the or-
So efp wo4am be a lght one, owing
thea m shedai that the pesaa
Map lt e restricted but In price
wsadM meMbm up what was m est In the
auwet easm. in Sulams the
ewem w SUtrietly In It. Tom
Sim-tt let by aDling a car to Pen-
-. 1 SW t o. b. Cauder. Mr.
e m ath a"em Ma e IeM for 7ps a

o awith a e vanna hoe a to
a oaw emn i/-l to July

Na 1 yieM at geod prisms. Mr. J.
De it were devotiUn their eaergieo
NfWts e to fteum thebmu
6=u 6 i eld ai Maos"
.toa so an ae In velvet beana
that W *NWs ow a already at the
1 otthte eam Mr. Mathews sai
me -* o as -s the
u eewha~o hl" hla

b. .oeedth

Mr. ateaUwoisaa eof the
ONtm~int eeae igrwemrs e Oraen
o. wBy La et t t-- m CsaW y
wh re be at a week with bi
hthbW. 1. I eILiad. ea his etarn
bMf Maib ti to Caglain wkth bthe
tie de g80pp wm He sad
* mMl weMu adoet th"e Cantornia
to to a mman&stead by it as
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T-r"em w the Comfederate Veterans
SMe emdBrigade ofJ orids. in
comm-Aa of General Henry W. Lonng
will meet nla Ocala to bold their an-
nual aen Being in sympathy
with the bhpes, aspirations and de-
stres o thee gray ared heroes, the
r wishes anll of them Including
ter wives and falies a pleasant
and happy renaom, in which much of
their war enpereanes will be recalled
and told over again for the entertain-
meatt a"d edllatlo of the younger
dimseation. May their sojourn with as
be so pleasant that it will lighten the
larflMatveo of years and leave In
memories halls a picture as they pro-
eed heIce that will ever be green and
dwell with them to the end of the

The Jurors serving this week are
David Hall. I B. Jordon. W. H. Proc-
tor, R L. Anthony. T. J. Simms. H.
C. HavleJ J. Mabry. F. M. Dodson
and J. M. Ditto.
The court disposed of three cases
.ya0lday: Nole Slaughter, white, ac-
cused of forgery: Will Murry, colored,
breaking and entering, and Luke
Creal, selling whiskey without a ii-
cense. All were found guilty.
In the last naemd case Attorney R.
B. Bullock made a strong plea for his
client, but lost.
In the Slaughter case the scene was
a very sad omne, as the father of the
young man from Georgia was present
at the trial, but all his efforts to save
his boy from the chain gang were un-
This morning the trial of Jim Tuck-
or, white of GrahasmvltUe, accused of
killing a negro at Goolsby's store at
Silver Springs several months ago.
will begin.
The jury in the Jim Tucker case
Ia eompoeed of J. 3. Mabry, David
Hall L B. Jordon, W. H. Proctor, T.
N. range, A. L. McRae, M. T. Tim-
moms, T. North. C. M. Livingston.
W. A. Tounge, John Gamble. D. J.
CarrolL Mr. Butterwick, of Brooks-
vlla, is court stenographer and Geo.
IL. mith is eurt allUL
Mr. Saw Martin, who was summon-
ed as a juror, when questioned If he
would be Influenced If the man on
trial was a member of the same sec-
"ret order as himself, he said he was
afraid be would. Then the judge took
a hand nl the examination and as Sam
could not quite make his opinion clear,
the Judge remarked If there was such
a Secret order that attempted such in-
fleaso over Its members, the order
should be dissolved.
Attorneys R. B. Bullock and C. I
Statrunk will look after Jim Tucker's
taterests apd Attorney Ed Davis will
conduet the states case.
, Dr. R. Van Hood was the first wit-
ness. The trial began at 11:3 o'clock.
The other witnesses are-L. Goolsby,
H. J. Stewart. Grixley Massey, C. I.
Hogan, Dr. Lh. Fred Wellhoner. Al-
len Gibson and Jack Randall.

1 -me Mrs. Safh Tyo Borer, are
three seeking authorities whoem names
are "mii to amet every house-
wife. 6aeh has her own distinetuve
methe" o w but it In interesting
to note that te all-mportant ques-
tion of a cooking fat, they are unan-
haIoues In recomamending COTIOLzN.
Maion Harlan r says of COTTO-
LUIU: II-i has given complete satis-
faetion" Mrs. Hill says: -Vary satis-
fastery; glad to recommend It." Mrs.
Reres *ay: "A much more healthful
produce than lard.
Wit* such authority behind it. every
bousekeeper will be safe in gIling
COTTOLEN at least a trial. I s a
vegetable oh shortening, purer and
mor wholesome than lard-and it Is
cheaper, too, ome-third les being re-

Washington, June 1.-Local
drs tonight or Wednelday.



Perfwmnoe of the Eagles' Minatrels
in the University City Gave
Great Satisfaction
The minstrel performance rendered
last night at the new Baird under the
auspices of the Ocala Eagles was a
very creditable exhibition.
This is the second appearance of
the boys. and the fact that they have
had but few rehearsals shows that
they understand their business when
It comes to putting on a good attrac-
The grand first-part showed up well
and the voices of the singers were
good, while the end men were well
selected and "got off" some local hits
that caused much laughter.
The olio was along the line of the
general home talent aggregation and
all members of the company, and the
Ocala Aerie, should be proud of the
manner in which they put up the
Miss Ethel Haycraft. one of Ocala's
most popular and talented musicians.
performed on the piano and her se-
lections delighted the audience.
To attest the popularity of the boys
a large number of ladies and visitors
came up with the crowd, and they
secured a special car to convey them
to Waldo last night to connect with
No. 9, and returned home.
Notwithstanding the hot weather
the performance was greeted by a
good house.--Gainesville Sun.

CMI W-m'1 WestkHm
We rw to that boom to weak, nervous,
writing women known as Dr. Pierce's
hverite PrecrIpUton.
Dr. John yfoe one of the Editorial Staff
df Unlearn root (Hdbmow Doino ) wbicL
i eo ethe e latigredlemte of the F
Write PnmrtpUo':
uA nmedy which invariably actsas a uter-
be Ina ar * makes for normal ac-
tity d the ntine reproductive system.'
He eatlnus "in Heloniss we have a medica-
meat whih more fully answers the above
guainMea loam amy .hlr drug with whikh I as
mMubL In htreamtment of diseases s-
alrotso mn t Is seldom thai a case Is
a wMeh dS amt prem sometindication
r M age et. Dr. Fyfe further
Mf: Thne owg are ammw the Alingm
e Stlor iM(Unim root. Pain
ere lasf the beck. with eleucorrhra;
Weae(week)comBd o t ofthe eproductive
e-a- oC memMaf tidepresson and I,-
tablity. wi chronic diseases of
the we of women; constant
S heat th non of the kid-
a4oodaing), due to a weak-
d Bthe repMoductive system:
Ij nr absent monthly
or compnrin an
= tIoa of the diestive organs
Sthia blood) habMt: dragzin
0 *

-WW UEl is Unicor root, or Helonias,
amd the medical property of which It
aost faithfully represents.
Of Gelde Seal root, another prominent
tLiomnt of "Favorte Prescription,"
io FInlay Ellingwood, M. D.. of Ben.
=it Medical College, ChicaTgo, says:
*It IsaaIIsortant remedy n disorder of
he b. In all catarrbal conditions*
f tnrdal ebeement. it is useful"
JonIM.LScudder,M. D., late of
CladaatL s of Golden Seal root:
InI Ia s Its general effects on the
MOMusm, rS fwe mtoims in I abmt which
toiW 8M p-deiat unanmistp of opinion. It
Is uintup regarded a the tskc useful in
IBa ,M. D.. of Jeffers.
mewCo, e. as of Oolden Seal:
VU'able In e hemorrae menor-
hI (ftood ing, ad congestive
Dr.PiercesFavorite Prescription faith.
llrepresents all the above named in-
WdisntU and cures tbdieases or which
wessmenu ad.

via Cte
W.AS5, Louulsvlle, Ky., and return,
account annual season Ancient
Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June
5, 6, 7 and 8. Final limit June
17, 1909.
$17A5, Asheville, N. C., and return,
account International Convention
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25, 1909.
$14JS, Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
$17^., Asheville, N. C., and return.
account Dramatic Order Knights
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 26. 1909.
$3I1.S-Memphis, '"enn., and return,
account Interstate Cotton Seed
Crushers' Association. Tickets on
sale May 16. 17 and 18. Final limit
May 22. 1909.
$WOI-Denver, Colo, and return, ac-
count General Assembly Presbyter-
lan church of U. S. of America.
Tickets on sale May 16, 17, 18 and
19. Final limit to reach original

starting point October 31.
and taste as sweet. That's why Schles-. $M-Savannah, Ga., and return, ac-
inger's and Lowney's Candles In half count General tssemby Presbyter-
d I ae s p Pn Ian church In United States. Tick-
d nd oxes ar o popular. Pr et on sale May 17, 18 and 19. Final
afeotloms them; flavor deliUlos. OW lihnt June 2. 1909.
eaofectiomery is free from adultera- $1.25-Memphis. Tenn, and return,
tiko. It is wholesome and healbthfl account Annual Reunion United
ery* Mud at ctemndones*r m. Confederate Veterans. Tickets on
ry nd of confectionery ~ sale June 5, and 7. Final limit
Pnfts Cold Drinks, Cigars and News- June 4. but by depositing tickets
papers. with special agent Memphis between
June 9 and 14. extension may b<
AT BALLARD'S had to July 1, on payment of fee of
60 cents.
~0(tM -Nashville. Tenn.. and return,
account Annual Session Sunday
School Congress and Young Peo-
v le's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale
June 7. 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days
from but not including date of sale.
$15.25-Tuscalooea, Ala, and return,
account summer school for teachers
University of Alabama. Tickets on
sale June 8. 9, 12, 14, 19, 21, 28, July
3rd and 5th. Final limit 15 days
from date of sale. but by deposit-
Ing tickets with special agent
Tuscaloosa not later than 15 days
from date of sale. extension may be
had to September 20, on payment of
fee of $1.
3* --Nashville, Tenn., and return,
acenunt Peahbod yCtlereI. sumnmner

-' .. .-.-4~** ~

Will be Put up by 8. H. Dempsey, a
, Gainsville Contractor

S. H. Dempsey h.s secured the con- --s -
tracL fcum L. Aidcrs of Ocala Boarding School for Bs
ft t er,-ctt on of a large new busit- Boys from to 14 years Receved, Carda ly T'd al Phys cal3l .
nesus block to be put up, in that city B lectual, Moral and Socalr Limes, S altrty Katlmd alon g ll.ct,
at onea. Pool, Complete Equlpment In Ucboelreseas, Denrmloes Dhdang al)
Tthw ,lani for this- building have Recreation Room Ifi
been completed for several days. but Recreation Room. .
the contract was not awarded until Apply for Prospectas to the SISTER "U)I] LR.
Friday. when Mr. Dempsey was,
awarl.-d the w..rk, he being the low- -
at bidder among a large number of, St. JO sephl S AcM emy, 'y -f
competitors. This building will be two -
slori-4 in height and will contain
besodes the storie. in the lower floor,
office rooms and bachelor apartments,!' ..
In the upper story. t.
Outside of this large contract. Mr. fn
Demp*:. hai rc-lved a contract I
for a $5.000 building in Williston that;
he will start to work on in a very
short while.
perience in Florida he has never! *O
found busin-ess so encouraging, and AT-
that during th,-past week he ha.-; es CARRY AT ALL TIMES A COMPLr~
timated on over $70,000 worth of
building for Gaine.-ville parties alone. D oors, P s l
and he looks forward to one of the oors, Paint Bu
most prosperous building seasons n
the history o-f the state.--Gainesville I
Sun. "Sash On&r
There are a fow disvrnanclPs in the
ab.vv artileo. The building to be torn Blinds, Varnishes
down is not wood. but brick, and a
g'id i,-n .t i i p. one that I aw M Phosphate and Tupentine
vs-ry fw F'li,ri'a t,,wns' would think!-
of tearing away. Th. n thim now build-' n 1 *r w
ing i. to be thr ... tri-s instead of lft H nUn e
two,. the first tloor, bing for stores, RI AU, g) iU Q
the second offices and tht, third swell
bachelor suitoz. Th- building will bei
one of the best and most modern Sintate agents for and carry in s
central or and Gasolene Engines of the InterVnatoFia
Jas. R. Moorhead is taking the level. : M
of the lot on which the old livery sta- N JUI Jl -
ble stands and which is being remov- A ern an w F l F 3"
ed. The dirt above the street level en..
will be used by Mr. (Eifton Camp teod Fe e ; o.,lF n
fill in around the new .ome he is **I -
building on the heights. Messrs. K elAlf
Tompkins & ',,eth have the contract to: -.0 B A R Ge
remove the earth.
The delegates to the Micanopy
conference returned h.,me yesterday. EAGLE MINSTRELS BUNIEB TATIONRY
Among them were Rev. T J. Nixon. THURSDAY NIGHT -
wife and son, Rev. R. H. Barnett and The of the Eagle quality you want, that's
Rev. Griffith of Colerman. President member, the time of the Egle a 's
J. P. Hilburn. of Sutherland Prollegside, Minstrels in Ocala has been changed always dependable, brings good re-
was also a passenger on the train. He from Tuesday to "1hurday night, at the salts. A busless is often judged
too, attended the conference and de- armory theatre.
slivered a groat educational sermon in HOSPITAL NOTES FOR MAY by its stationery--if we've sppn
the interest of Sutherland College. All HOPITAL NOTE FOR MAY your therell be so case for an-
pwtr delighted With Mnianoy's h- VWe admitted thirteen patients dur- easlaea over the verdict. The
ing May; discharged eleven, and have g
Mr. Riernman returned Saturday fromI six patients, three of whom are ne- p a ra o ou sp
Jacksonville where he went to say groes. under treatment. No deaths. Pl is as unanswerable as their
Jaeksonvild .t where he went to say The donations for the month were quality Is unassailable
good-by to Miss Mattie Roberts. who, fllw
left Sunday for New York. Paris and as follows:
left Sunday for knight shirt and a few OC A NEWS COMPAN
Algiers to visit Mr. Bierman's sister. tabr" clothes, f shirt and few
other articles from Mrs. Norwood.
We do not know of any other pill Flowers from the Epworth League,
that is as good as DeWitt's Liatle Mrs. Gates, Miss Mamle Fant, Mr, ......
early Risers, the famous little liver Barney Spencer. Vegetables, souror ,-
pills-small, gentle, pleasant and sure anges and bottle of "nurses' "deUght .
pills with a reputation. Sold by all (really called "candidates delight")
druggists' from Mr. Durisoe. Large bundle of
Lowell. Fla. Crate of tomatoes from
Joe Whisenant of Belleview. was in lr. Sanford, of Summerfield. One-
town yesterday and informed a Star half dozen graduated medicine glasses
reporter that the people of the beauti- from Postoffice Drugstore. Two dOm-
ful city of oaks wer preparing to hold en rolls from Mrs. Julia w- *,' t .:' -
such a 4th of July celebration 's Magasines from Ms. Maddox. Ba-B
would pale every effortt made in Ma-nanas from Mrs. J. H. Brooks. Roast-
rion in honor of the nation's birthday. ing ears, one dozen, from Mr. S. A.
Moses. Punch and cake from MrM i d
Foley's Honey and Tar Is especially Ed Carmichael. Cake from the W. C.
recommended for chronic throat and T. U. Tray covers from Mrs. Myrtle -
lung troubles and many sufferers from Lslie. Blackberries and peaches
bronchitis, asthma and consumption from Mr. Durisoe.
have found comfort and relief, by us- X negro woman was brought into O ne Q ua T
ing Foley.s Honey and Tar. Sold by the hospital Sunday afternoon by Dr.
all druggists. Carswell of Citra. The woman's hum- I

IThe negro cook on work train No.
S131 of the Seaboard, who was waylaid --" .'
SXIand beaten by the ex-eook, Is doing .
finely at the hospital, having had very
few bad symptoms, although he is not ch de
out of danger yet He made a state-S
B X ment to Deputy Hutson Monday. P t Soc ly

The most delicate part of a baby is
it., bowels. Every ailment that It sut- aI ISSffu sU be g d n
.r"-- 'T fears with attacks the bowels also eu-. *[I **1 -** g-'og '*
.' \dangering in most cases the life of the ..SS.u' od whiskey on the U
infant. McGee's Baby ElIxir cures bS
Soda Water Ti e diarrhoeaa, dysentary and all derange- that IS Sold for 1.60 a quart.
ce re Pace !ments of the stomach and bowels. At
leeC c a druggista. ce s.

The lovers of real good sodawater OF COURSE, THEY
and ice cream find ours touches the i WOULDN'T OWN UPI
spot for them. We aim at quality, WOULDN OWIUP
which is why we hit their apprecia- Unanimous Denial of the Us of Rail-
tion. The quality of our confectionery road Pas Desal by Publi M
makes it necessary to keep up the road s Pub
reputation of our store, and our soda- Tallahassee. June 1.-The house
water and ice cream does just that. committee which has been Investlgat-
'ing the alleged use of railroad passes,
T. W TROXLER made Its official report yesterday. The
committee report was to the effect
that since so many officials whose
names were given in the original re-
Sport of the committee as using passes
have disclaimed having done so, and
f others had claimed to have usae them I
'" a s a 3 legitimate exchange for series,
Sthe committee did not eel that they
could afford to mention any names.
-, ", ,Therefore, the report, without any
S' .! names mentioned, or explanations of P
-officers, was spread upon the journal.
No names have ever gone on the jour-
S'/ nal In connection with alleged use of
S passes.

loot yours-lf to be rniipem&ble.
Why suffer fromn spY--re.-d
aches. have fai.ntnr vE'i-

is of two kinds-conceit and the big
head that comes from a sick headache.
Does your head ever feel like a gourd
:and your brain feel loose and sore?
You can cure it in Ro time by acting
on your liver with Ballard's Herbine.
Isn't it worth trying for the absolute
and certain relief you get? At all

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Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Bags meet Wedneslay evening
Masons meet Thursday night.
Red Men meet Thursday even
Meet me at the drug store on,
Drop us a postal card for the
McCall Fashion Sheets. The Glol
Mr. J. C. Pllians, merchant and 1p
master at Electra. was in town to
Lest you forget that the Glob
the "Under Selling Store" in Oca
T. J. Jones and A. J. Gill of
thony. were callers this morning.
Plak'sa Chil Toneal. guarantee
ecr eils and fever. 25 cents.
Drop us a postal card for the
McCall Fashlon Sheets. The Glo

Sor 6 des -*u will cure any eem
of Chlls and Fever. Price 25c.
F H I00 ladles" trimmed hats. worth up
N W EU W U to $4 each, $1.98 while they last. At
o .t 0E TE nEAR nl J I WET heGlobe.
IL T. Hinton lpent Sunday with his
*I Q phi NNI Ra fty --t-. Ma.l&F rma parents at Stoke's Ferry. Ht said the
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Pr ret an eight-room residence
,<.. Wtl tloeated on booth Third street.
Appb to F. W. Ditto a to Guy Toph.
at the Montesuma hotel.
O..e o the most comfortable and
best loathed medium sized homes ina
the city, close In and on best street, is
offered for sale, completely furnished
er without furnlture. House Is In
Sboet et coeedltio and has all modern
comv)an!ne.-. Apply to F. W. Ditto.
Modem eottages, an eoavenlueu ,
well eted ad aw. Apply to Joe-
ap I, at court house.

k Jea -mni CUM

LOST-A silrer belt pin on the
streets saturday evealng. .Wa at
tashi to a piece of white ribbon.
Pleas reStar to Star office and re-
ceive reward.

The are many Iamtaalons of De-
Wits C arbollmed Witch Hazel Salve
-DWitt's it the original. Be sure you
get DeWitt's Carbolised Witch Hazel
Salve when you ask for IL It is good
for cuts. burns and bruises, and is es-
pecially good for piles. Sold by all
Antl-Olbma-,-the deal disinfectant.
The Cort Pharmacy can supply you
with ths elegant preparation when in

Special prices in embroid-
ery and white goods, this
week at Masters. Don't fail
to ee them before buying

last yon forget that the Globe Is
the "iher SelMaia Store" in Ocala.
PhakMs CM Toac, guaranteed to
ewe a sad S ver. 3 W aents.

Spark in the Wmar

We have a mest e"ulsite lne of
fancy Imported chbiaa t many dif-
ferent pleees. The A. Ut-Monopoly
Leaby Lander. the bright young
telegraph operator, who for some time
held a position with the S. A. L. rail-
way In Ocala, has been sent to Jack-
sonville. a deserved promotion.
Whether there is a breeze or not
you can keep one up for ten hours with
one of the new eight-Inch Westing-
house fans for only S cents. H. W.
Tucker has them.
The five cases In the mayor's court
this morning were the result of the
excursion to Silver Springs yesterday,
many of the ezeursiona ts stopping afC
in Ocala.
Many of our citizens are drifting to-
wards Bright's disease by neglecting
-# Ul1m.2. hA laAA --

32.000 pounds.
There were five cases before the
mayor this morning, one plain drunk
and four for fighting. All the offend-
ers were of the colored persuasion and
contributed 85. apiece to the city ex-
Captain S. R. Pyles. who has fifty
acres in watermelons, will begin ship-
ping Wednesday. He wil have a large
yield. Mr. Moses of the same section.
Is shipping cantaloupes off of his
thirty-acre field. His vines look well
and are fruiting generously.
Miss Florence Mellon, a very pop-
ular Tampa young lady. will arrive In
Ocala shortly to visit Miss Fannie
Mrs. H. C. Groves, of Tampa. is
spending this week at Lebanon. Tenn..
attending the closing exercises of the
Castle Heights school, at which her

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Mr. R. L- Martin of Weir Park. was
in town yesterday and today, wearing
his usual serene smile. He said the
Sand business was good.

Mr. J. G. Davis. who for several
yve;rs has been engaged in the turpen-
tinfe business at Conant. has several
his connection with it and win rep-
resent a wholesale drug house In
Toronto. Canada. and expects to make
)cala his headquarters. He was in
town yesterday.
Your prescriptions, when left at the
Court Pharmacy. are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us:
we'll call for and deliver your pre-
The Air Dome pictures took well
with the good-sized audience last
night. The bill for tonight includes
"Love and War." "The Countess' Wed-
ding Day" and three other fine sub-
Lest you forget that the Globe is
the "Under Selling Store" In Ocala.
Tickets for the Eagle Minstrel at
the armory theater Thursday night are
on sale at the Ocala News Co.

Don't fail to see the bar-

gains in en
white goods

abroideries and
this week at

Lest you forget that the Globe is
the "I'nder Selling Store" in Ocala.
Drop us a postal card for the July
McCall Fashion Sheets. The Globe.

MEN-Our I:tustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta, Ga.
Ten years experience. References,
any music teacher in Ocals. any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf


Moving Pictures

and Music

the Best of Emtemammmt Forl0-
ed byHomePeoWI

Doors Open at 7:30 p. n.
Music by the Orchestra Between Aets

Adanlelom 10 and 5 Cets

R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand'
3 typewriter upon easy terms If desired.,
W. EL Roberts of Lynne was in the
D TRUCK GROWIEIRi city today and reports a splendid rain
at Lynne Sunday afternoon.
e/ f W v.e have the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
eles In the city. Tydings & Co.
es Building. Telephone 317
Judge Bell held the scales this fore-
noon over Will Moore. colored, for
Agricultural, Horticul- breaking and entering at Rocky Sink.
Interest. Finely I.- The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
mest as well as one of 'date line of toilet articles and invites
als of its Class in the your Inspection.
Book Paper, 20 to 40 Mrs. John L. Edwards and children
strated Colored Cover. are visiting friends for ten days at
H ED 1903 Oldtown.
a lR. C. avis & Co., of Jacksonville.
u6 nV-lp, I.- will sell apy make of second-hand
Vd. typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
SAa 400 ladles' trimmed hats, worth up
Year in Advance to $4 each, $1.98 while they last. At
vs Stands, I2c by Mail the Globe.
Three cents will fan you for ten
Sf bum an -LA hours. Get one of those S-inch Wes-
STE b EU tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
0 -1R C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
S. -handle silk typewriter ribbons, 76s.
each: $7.60 per dosea.

THURSDAY NIGHT FOR SALE---A nearly new Under-
wood typewriter, cheap for cash. Ap-
The Eagle Minstrel Show will be put ply to '. C. Bryant. at the H. B. Mas-
on at the armory Thursday night in- ters Co. 5-22x
stead of Tuesday, as previously ad-
vertised. Mrs. Julia P. Halsley is entertaining
her niece. Mrs. L. C. Lynch, and h-.r
BANKS CLOSED THURSDAY bright son. Master Haisley Lynch, ofi
Thursday, June 3rd, being a legal Galnesville.
holiday, the banks ,of the city will be
closedd to business a that day. Beautiful line ot new em-
Mr. Lee Howell, the Anthony far- broideries just received at
mer and trucker and largely interest-
ed in the Oak McDowell Lumber A Masters', at reduced prices
Crate Mill. was in town Saturday the this week.
first time in seven weeks, having been this week.
down with rheumatism. Mr. Howell's
brother, J. C. Howell, Is also down 400 ladies' trimmed hats. worth up
sick with fever, and in consequence to $4 each. $1.98 while they last. At
can not look after the farm Interests the Globe.
and the shipment of cantaloupes, of
which he is overseer. We wish for Meet me at the drug store on the
both of them a speedy recovery, square.

There is no better stock of fine Messrs. M. T. Timmons and J. P.
writing papers In the city than we Ausley. Citra. and C L. Thigpen. of
carry. Come Ina and look It over if Fairfield. attending court are guests
you want something really nice. Ty- of the Montezuma.
dings & Co.
Mr. D. Fant. of FNwVington. was in
Every one should be benefited by town today and paid his respects to
taking Foley's Orino Laxative for con- the Star. He said crops were good in
stipatlon, stomach and liver trouble, his section with a promise of good
as it sweetens the stomach and prices for melons.
breath. gently stim-lates the liver
and regulates the bowels and is much Miss Eloise Mi'ler and Miss Edith.
superior to pills and ordinary laxa- Williams left this morning for a few
tives. Why not try Foley's Orino Lax- days' outing with friends at Crystal
active today? Sold by al druggist. River, Holder and Dunnellon.
Look over our line of toilet prep- W. L. Goodwn the shoe cobbler, has
arations. We are quite proud of the received a large electrical power shoe
fne stock. Perfumes, powders and stitchink machine from St. Louis and
somaps of the finer grades. Tydings A will have the same installed in a few
Company. days. The machine weighs nearly






Red aad Fbe B1rick Work
Special attention to repairing fur-
naces, boiler setting and Dutch
ovens, brick kilns and baker's
ovens. If your boiler doesn't steam
as it should, send for me, I am the
All Work Guarateed
No distance too late ana no Dour
too late to respond. At the Carlton

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How is that. This is not an anto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
Westinghoupe electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tuckes. the elec-
trical supply man.
Beginning Wednesday, Ocala will
enjoy three days of diamond dust and
baseball play. Orlando will compete
with Ocala.
An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of. elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
by indigestion's pangs-trying mary
doctors and $200 worth of medicine in
vain. B. F. Ayacue. of Ingleside, N. C,
at last used Dr. King's New Life Pills,
and writes they Wholly cured him.
They cure constipation, biliousness,
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25e at all drug-
Mrs. W. B. Dorany of Plant City, is
In town a guest of her brother. Mr.
George L. Taylor and wife. She came.
to be present at the wedding of her
brother. Mr. W. H. Wilson, to Miss
Jessllu Martin. at which interesting
event she will be maid of honor.
John T. Lewis, state Inspector of
convict camps, was in town last night,
coming In from South Florida. Off for
Dunnellon this morning.
Jim Nelson is home from South
Lake Weir. where he repaired defects
in Capt. Haskell's electric light plant
for his handsome home at that place.

Colored baseballlsts played yesterday
afternoon at the driving park. A good
crowd was present. Plant City won
the game from Dunnellon by a score
of 7 to 2. Dr.pWilliams of Dunnellon,
served as umpire. Today Ocala and
Tampa played.

Miss Ilma Blake gave her shower
party this afternoon in compliment to
her cousin Miss Jessllu Martin, who
will be married in a few days. There
was a crowd of young folks pres-

Mrs. J. T. Carson who has been an
inmate of the hospital for several
weeks, was sufficiently restored to
health to leave yesterday for her
home at Nashville, Tenn. She was
accompanied by her niece. Miss Ines
Tolmiea Mrs. Carson spent the win-
ter at her pleasant winter home on the
lake. while her charming daughter.
who has a beautiful voice, spent most
of the winter in Ocala teaching voice

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow at their
cozy retreat. Woodmar. Saturday very
pleasantly entertained Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Burford an their houseparty,
who for a week are occupying the
Goodwin bungalow.
Mrs. Dorothy C. Edwards is home
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. T.
B. Stringfellow, Gainesville. Her
grandson, Fred Stringfellow. accom-
panied her home.
By some means the name of Major
L T. Islar was omitted from th pro-
gram of those who will speak It the
reunion tomorrow. Major Islar has
been honored to present the fair spon-
sor and her maid of honor to the bei-











Mr. Charles Rhelnamer has bought
the S. A. Rawls residence In the first
ward new occupied by Mr. J. W. Cres.
by. The price was $t2, spot cash
and it was a bargain at thid price. Mr.
Rheinaner is petting his surplus cash
into Ocalsa real estate anad thereby s
showing his keen business forelght
He now owns about a doaesn aee
homes in the city. Another thing he
does is to keep his property in the
very best repair and condition.
The Eagles returned this morning
via the Seaboard Air Line from
Gainesville, where they gave their
minstrel performance in the Baird
theater. The boys are well pleased
with their reception and the attend-
ance. The theater was comfortably
filled and they did well financially. The
show was handled much better than
on the night of the first performance
in Dunnellon and the show In Ocals
Thursday night at the armory theater
can and will be still better, as with
each performance the boys see where
improvements can be made and they
get the added advantage of ease and
familiarity with the stage work. With
a good house in Ocala the Eagles'
Minstrel will &ay all expenses of trav-
ellng expenses and paraphernalia and
have some money in the minstrel ftna
Mr. Asher Frank says if any of the
merchants wish his advice and assist-
ance In decorating their stores tomor-
row for the reunion of the Confeder-
ate Veterans he will gladly give both.
Lets us show the old veterans the re-
spect that is due them by decorating
our places of business.

The Ocala Eagle Minastrels will give
their big show at the armory theater
Thursday night Instead of Tuesday
night. Tickets at Ocala News Co.


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Trimmed with lace edging and nrus. fromt lad.
back, a good 25c value for only........... .M
Trimmed with lace edgings and i ft
back, also two rows of ribbo ,aUay afo.
this sale only ...... ....-a'- ---*

Trimmed with fine wide lace edging MAd linu i
frodt and back, ao two towa of tibbona aai
same, well worth 50o, thfl tle o" uW..SIC

ery, some ribbon, and wide" co wr abl, ..

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Plain, with a tew hemstitchem tucks, wdl uw2w 26%,
this sale ---------...------.------

Nice cambric, trimmed with a arrow lame edge, wth
24c, only ....... .................... .. .

Nicely trimmed with embroidery, old may t f
60c, our price ............-- .....--.......

Extra wide drawers, trimmed with wide emizd-,
well worth 50c, our sale price is only .........

Extra wide, trimmed with hemaltehed toel and
wide embroidery edging, made up extra good sad
worth 65c, our skle price only................ 4

Assorted styles, some trimmed with four rows oftese,
some trimmed with deep embroidery edgig, he.
stitched tuacikand worth up to a doUla, our prmk'
is only---- ........... ...................

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F |&nflmage Oabbsge, Batabsgau, Turoipe Bests.
Si~ctP.rtuaaIrh Potato s Bah Onions

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m by all ktids o t Junk-Iron. Steel, Brass, Copper, Zanc,
Lead,, Rubber Boafng, barrels, Lcaftber Etc.; old Engines,
Ii, Ral, wte, wether a scsnd-cad or scrap and pay the
hot ur~aas cash for same. Write or call on me and let me know
d s nee r It is lesa tsi
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mrvmtory advataes a In wnC, ART. ,LOCUTION. Certll-
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"Simply great," admitted Brant, with
unforced ethunu*"m "1 tell you, Bob-
by, the woman who made that cake is
a wonder of a cook."
Bobby beamed his professional sat.-
"ttio. "I thought you'd like it." be
aid confidently. "She makes nice
cake th that sometimes. I'll bring
you ,another when she makes fru l
"Den't do it," advised Brant smil
iagly. "If the fruit cake Is as good as
this rim liable to abduct her and force
her to bake cake for me for the rest ot
her life'
"What's abduct?" demanded Bobby.
When the word had been explained to
Shim he wrnlakled his pudgy brows. But
it another deep Idesa bad come to him,
as that eontrtiou would seem to de
heat. "Give u an Indian story." be
"AD right, eon," said Dick as he
stretched himelft out in his easy chahi
and prepared to entertain his sma]
guest with the story of how Chiel
Spotted Panther carried of his Indlas
bride from the camp of a hostile tribe
He was unusually graphic in his
story telling, for as he went on he be
ga to Imagine that he was Spotted
Panthera Miss Mayling was the
ndian Thus sadly had the usn
principled suggestions of the scheming
Bobby contaminated Dick Brant's good
managers. But it must be admitted Is
hisa favor that It was not the cake. Imal


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With a smle of glorious anticipation
u lSatng hisa chubby face. Bobby
"totted Up the street as fast as a pair
of very fat and very little legs would
carry him. He was going to see Dick
B t. Next to listing Alice May-
lig this was his greatest treat.
BRehard Brant could not make auaz-
eg cookies and preserves like Miss
Maylag, but he could tell stories of
Tdla- and grizUles and other crea-
tare dear to the small boy's heart.
Mis Maylilg's stories carried morals
wad wer about little boys who were
so very good that Bobby found them
etrasrinarilsy uninteresting. Had it
aot been that the Mayling cakes were
as geod as her young heroes Bobby
would at have been a frequent caller
n Alee Mayling.
This afternoon as he was warming
hs dimpled hands before the open fire
he agarded with secret awe the deft
fashiMn Ia which Brant rolled himself
a cgartte with oue land. Brant bad
been a pie-ni-mn until he had run
Sa minoe while he was looking
fr tray cattle, and be could throw a
rape nd talk real Indian talk.
"I loked for you yesterday," said
Diek Brat gravely as he sank into a
chair O tihe opposite side of the fire-
"I was seeing Miss Mayling." ex-
plalnud Bobby. "She makes cake on
"And you deserted me because Miss
Maylog was making cake." cried Dick
eem7ly. In reality, though hbe used
mock pathos, he was a little Jealous of
MiN Mayllag's popularity with his lit-
tie cha. Somehow Bobby seemed to
Brant the most sincere friend he had
made in the big eastern city.
"Ca is nice Just out of the oven,"
explained Bobby. "She always bakes
a Little cake for me, and of course I
have to go and eat it"
"I suppose so," assented Dick, "but
I was very loesome yesterday."
"rIm sorry." mid Bobby. with
prompt penitence and a troubled face.
"Wouldn't it be nice," he added, "If 1
could go to see you and Miss Mayling
at the same time? You could ten me
stories and she could bake cake."
He stared into the fire, lost in rap.
ture at the thought of this most valua-
ble eo-bmnltfon Dick looked scared
and blushed. He was little used to
feminine society, and a suggetion like
that. eretfrom Bobby, startled him.
Besides, he had been secretly studying
Miss Mayling from afar.
"Then you weoulda't be lonesome any
, more," resumsped Bobby, the vast at-
tractioAs of his good idea growing on
him, "not even If I didn't come and
see yu, 'case then you and she would
have each other. But of course I would
come to see you." he added quickly.
"It would be awful nice."
"I guess it would," assented Dick a
little absently.
"Then why doa't you?' demanded
lobby. with engaglzfg directness.
"To begin with, I don't know her,"
explained Dick. "You see, a man has
to know a lady before he can call on
her, and I'vre never met Miass May-
When Bobby finally trotted away ne
Stinking deeply. It was absurd
his best man should not know
Miss Mayling.
At the next baking day at Miss May-
lng's the thought was revived, and
with a denial that meant Immense de-
termlnation to him he obtained per.-
mission to take his small spice cake
home. As soon as he was out of her
sight he carried It to Brant, his fat
legs speeding wonderfully.
"Ain't It fine' he dem-uded eagerly
when he had watehed Brant devour
the last spicy morsel, not without envy
that almost assumed a poignant de-

love affair. Bobby was as popular as
he was fickle. and Miss Mayllag. hard-
ened by experience with tHie young
man. supposed that only the power of
love could have indu-ed him to forego,
the eating of her cake the day before.
-Have I got to?' he asked anxiously,
fearful that a premature explnation
might destroy the success of the ab-
"Certainly." Insisted Mi,- Mayling
Bobiy was dimvaytl. But the cake
a et e secured at all hazarda~
"it'e" Mr Brant." he explained.
"He If you baked him a fruit
cake 'ttwe with hiti lny and hit
all t th on the head with a torn-
mybhawk csqa you off and make
you bake f lim all the rest ofl
your life. 'lit e to lire in tent
and cook wit ro t on+s iuste::.l of ai
gas range, and-ae:-anyhow. he says
he'll do it if you tb him w'th fruit
Mi.S Mayling leani over and kissed
the earnest little fat$
"'I think." she sail 1ly. "that !'i
bake t-.,, little caketsj! week. B.b-
by. so that yu. and y friend shall
each have oe." ^|
Bobby looked intu:o the serene face.
into which there had crept something
he had never there before-a ten-
der curelive to the s'.ain lps. a new
lihit In the hrsu eye"s t'mt made
them ilow and 'p: r'~:e' :,t:il film with
te:ir.4 by turn.
He bid a!wnys tlihnu-ht Miss May-
ling * imre;t.. :ts iis reother.
but now he w:,> ,!i I'v'il for a mo-1
ment and thn:h1it sh' wa: t'iore lIau-
tiful tIl)in ann. be.iv lae had ever seen.
Ili muisl little iiers clasped her
slimu, cool hand. and l:e- l,.ked up Into
her starry eyes.
"'I wish I was big enough to 'duct
you." he said enviously. "' bet Mr.'
Brant wouldn't ;.t tli;hat -ake."
Alice Mayliiin bent ,ver nld inched
his chubby cliheeks
"Bobby, my dear. you remind me of;
a certain little gid without whose aid
Lochinvar himself would have failed."
And then she looked pi suddenly to
see passing her 'window a tall, straight
- figure, with his glance firmly fixed
"Of course be wouldn't be so or-
dinary as to stare in here," she said
softly. "But he's the sort who'll find
a way-and I don't think I'll make it
very hard for him."
Bobby cuddled closer to her soft.
silken frock.
"What makes grownups say things
that don't tell anything'" he demand-
ed. But she did not answer.

Kidney Troubles Attac Oeala Men
and Women, Old and Young
Kidney ills seize young and old.
(Comv quickly with little warning.
Children suffer in their early years-
Can't control the kidney secretions.
Girls are languid, nervous, suffer
Women worry, can't do daily work.
Men have lame and aching backs.
The cure for man. woman or child.
Is to cure the cause-the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid-
Cure all forms of kidney suffering.
Mrs. S. E. Pinktrson. living at 609
W. Liberty St.. Gainosvill,, Fla., says:
"My daughter w:,s in poor health for
some time, andl I am sure that it was
all due t weakened .kidneys. bhe
was not strong. felt nervous and was
subject to dull headaches. These
symptoms of kidney trouble together
with others that existed, induced me
to procure a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills. My daughter used them ac-
cording to directions, and I am glad to
say that she was cured. I feel that
I owe a great deal to Doan's Kidney
Pills, for restoring my daughter's
health, and am glad to recommend
them to any persons suffering from
kidney disease."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala peopih. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store< and ask what their custo-
mers report
SFor sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milb'rn Co.. Buffalo.
SNew York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

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ma! prluulphs kt ths. w i- t pmj~ ia i .Jpf*e^

Glycerine plays an important part n Dr. Prie't Golden Medical D ovey
of indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour Is heanMrn
breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnamng feeling in -- -hb buMt---- a-sm khtai -*'
dred derangements of the st~mnach, liver and bws ':\.
Besides curing all the above distressing .lnvnts the "Golden Medical dJiM-lf'
is a specie for all diseases of the macos membranmue, as catan, w ther of th.a d
passages or of the stomach, bowels or other organs. Even in its ulcerative stages tK '
yield to this sm remedy itsf e be persevered in. In Chromie Catarrh of i
Nasal p ges, t i Sth wele G. Mdal D ,.," f the _m &-
constitutional treatment, to Cea e & passage fredy two or thee tmes a day w ,:, D
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course of treatment t generaly cures even te,
worst cases. .
In coughs and' hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and ui g d e'ioa. ,
'drnsrimption, the "Golden Medical cover" is a most ecet emdincaaaK
those obstinate, hang caused by arritatio and congest bro
mucous membranes. The "Discovery" s not so good for acute coughs ar g fraI
sudden colds, nor must it be .1pected to cure cmupHi in its advanced tagets no
medicine will do that-but for all the obstinate, dchronac coughs, which, if neglecteds or
badly treated, lead up to consumption, it is the best medinaie that can be taknca.
To find out more about the aboe mestimrd diseases and l about the body in health ma is
ease, get the C(n'ma@ Sease Medical Advir-te People's School.aster a Medicine-e ised al
up-to-date book of 1000 pswhih trea f diseasd codi and the pactica, aesl atm-
ment thereof. Cloth-bound seat post-pid em rece at of 31 ~sS i anecent stam to pF coles t
mailingC sl. Addisre Dr. L V. Fierce. da1, N. Y. -.

Humor and
Phil osphy
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gin to feel that you are the whole -_ _
show. y mannq gead dgumpL

Spontaneous combustion Is what ails Kudol mr-es ood digests by to
the temper of some people with old aloamotely dantnla6 NstuVs "et
rye as one of the combustibles. Ameal 3UM I iMdtuli4M1 08
Iig a1 bed thne t lbtSt tom- di
Speak Statly ,f a il. $#0 is Alg this, thte em
the erring lest yo is resting--eab omin* by
cause them to err s d healtS A strong ad 1
once ere. vi- healthy stn guarantees a me
leantly and In your sagml a t w brain. we
direction. ThM --" WI a sound stomact iM
That tired feel- boy Nat w Nature tedeaed sa
lug doesn't help todo- he who aslwa '
us to draw our praM 0far any rauemy. He 4
Is "tiros Wi the gDOd." l
salary. on the ot h ma 3with a sick stomcmh, is
ger hand, a good a slek a ovear. When the
f "salary often helps stomach is Irritated by undgasted K
the feelingl. food, the blood and heart are dl-
T-- reetly infctetd. Thea duilmesas, -
It is as hard to kill some people as it Mtral slWplue, sta hed
is to keep from killing others. este mSn haJ31m spells ad
men SMul brals treanie hevelaeem
-- de1l wlm pievet these Io
Celebrating an anniversary is a Joy- K* il r t0eve t te.
ful occasion with some and a full oca- FOR SALE BY AL.. F
slon with others.FOR A F
Cheer up and let worry die of too
much sunshine. A
Perhaps everything is for the best
which Is all right If we happen to be
the best.

Some women who can-t t alon
with their husbands Atlek beeaI
cant get along without one. I I I I IJI

Spring's Offerihg.
w. lai I have Forty-two Choice Residen
Owe o nM Howard Academy and
pra w. ,e Alo in Blocks Adjoil
The finest thing
On earth to eat
tetold t he modest ir
LiH~tdt~~lt~tle h en uurOF L a 4XI 1
That's getting in
It's work again
And making up UI F*i Sit.
For t hat we leost
In day of lazine ss..-_i i a I
And frost. FwC_ b _,
The days when all
There was on hand
Was the musptictous
Storage brandGo dT ean
Ta 'i s Good TitleandW
To our call
Came scrambled It
Tb* a CALL
Now. wh-o-ime, febsh
And at our tasts.
We have them on
The table placed.
The number tlat -^^ n-
We eat unnaimed.
SWo s.ins. FRANK ?. GADI
is often thought to be responsible fot -
an infant's loss in weight or general
poor health. The cause usually i that W ate S
the child has worms. They get the
nourishment in the food and the baby -
starves, actually starves. White'a
ream Vermifuge expels the ACCOUNT OF
and nourishes the child, sure and satf.
Pric,. 25 at all druggists.

A stenographer wanted. Can board
u'ith family at the mfnlls Amnlv tI

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seem- my .Nd~r
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- nilmenta yM~ It Imbees
ihe averted ml arvelled
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~ 3 psrbrm the te~'s
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all the ingredients trying unto ae printed a
wrappers and these are ttwted umer oath as being ao
correct. You know just whatUm area g for m
ingrCdicnts are gathered from h poragoq, be
from the most vaa 'e native sicil roots found
our American forests and while potent to cure are per
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.. ......Talpa .. .. .... Ar| :30 am 6.6 pm
.. .. Thetr Creki .... .L 5:20 am. 5:08 pm
.. .. ..Pl-t City ......L 6:15 am 4:58 pm
.. .....Dade City .... ..I' 5:15 am 4:58 pm
.. ... .. .. .. Ia :8 a m 2:7 pm
.. ......Waldo .. .. .. ..Lv'11:40 pm 11:37 m
.. ... ..Baldwilt .. .. .. LVlS:l7 pale:15s a
.. .. ..Jacksovlle .. .. Lv 9:I Ipt 9:30 am
.. .. .acaOvMle .. ... Ar 5: pm 7:15 am
. .. avanaah .......Ar 1:10 pm 2:45 am
.......Columbla .. ... ..Arle:Z am ll:40 pm
. .. .. alsigh- .. .. .. Ar 8:46 am 6:I0 pm
. .. .. Portsmouth .. ... ..Ar 5:6 pim 9:25 am

$17.65-Asheville. -. C.. July 13. 14
and 15. Limit July 31.
$17.6--Ashevilloe. N. C., June 17, 18.
Limit June 23. Stopovers allowed.
$14.25-Atlanta. Ga.. June l19. 20. Limit
June 25. Stoi'overs allowed.
$12.40-Athens. Ga.. Juno 26. 27. 28.
Limit 15 days. Extension t, Septem-
her 30. Stopovers.
$1&25-Knoxvilh'. Tenn., June 20. 21.
22. 26. 27. Limit 13 days. Exten-I
sion to September 30. Stopovers.
$27.25-Louisville. Ky., June 5. 6. 7.
Limit June 17. Extension to June.
30. Stopovers.
(20.80-Nashville. Tenn.. June 6. 7. 8.
14. 15. Th. 2S. 29. 30. Limit 15 da:s.
Extension to September 30. Stop-
$16.2-Memphis. Tenn. J. June 6. 7.
Limit June 14. Extension to July 1
Stopoe rs.
$15.2S-Tuscaloosan. Ala.. June 8. 9, 12.
14. Limit 15 days. Extension to
,t*ptember 3,. Stopovers.
.8390-$104.65--Los Anreles and San
Firancisco, on sale various plates.
Limit October 31. Varial.IP routes
and std Ctvers.
$95.40--Setttl,,. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo,-
ber 31.
$18.70-M.nteagl. and Sewannee.
Tenn.. July 1. 10. 17. 23. 24. 3f. Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
.5. Stopovers allowed.
For further information call on or
write F. J. Huber. C. P. & T. A.: or
J. K. Kirkla.nd, D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.
Men ,ipast middle life have found
,omf.>rt :and relief in Foley's Kidn.-y
Reme-dy. ptcially from enlarge'.
prostat!, glind, which ik- very com-
mn among elderly men. L. E. Mor-
ris. Dexter. Ky.. writes: "UI'p to a year


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