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 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03182
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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the city; the farmers of the mrtowadn territory.
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women who have built ad are stWI bWNlig inamt' pmIMb.
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by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
---- There is only one way to curedeaf-
Trlley Caw and Mur ness, and that is by constitutional
Tre Cc end Muretred ^ remedtile. Deafnests is caused by an
ust. Wheo Trie to Inflamed condition of the mucuous
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When'
r Off this tube is inflamed you have a rum-
am, June 2.-As an elect* bling sound or Imperfect hearing,. and.
>m Ensley was making its when it is entirely closed, deafness 9s
be city early yesterday the result. and unless the inflamma-
e crew was held up by two tion can be taken out and this tube;
waymen near the railroad restored to its normal condition, h.oar-
Ing will be destroyed forever: vnin.I

The men appeared on the track and
signalled for the Aar to. ato&. They
thee covered the motorman and con-
ductor with their pistols. J. Z. Grimes
the conductor, who had considerable
money In his pockets, endeavored to
make a resistance, and one of the men
shot him dead. The men then delib-
erately picked hil pockets of some
forty-odd dollars and- escaped.
unmindful of dampaess, drafts, storms
or cold. W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
tueh exposure gave him a severe cold
that settled on his lungs. At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After using
one bottle." he writes. "I went back to
work as well as ever." Severe colds,
stubbon coughs, inflamed throats and
sore lungs. Iemorrhages, croup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. 50c and 11. Trial bottle free,
guaranteed by all druggists.
Publication of the Causes of Lynching
Might Open the Eyes of the
New York. June 2.-That 3.284 men,
women and children have been lynch-
ed In this country during the last
quarter of a century is the report
made by Ida Wells Barnett to the
National Negro Conference here. She
quoted and denied the statements
made by John Temple Graves that
mobs stand as the most potential bul-
wark between women of the South
and such a carnival of crime as would
annihilate the negro race In the Unit-
ed states. She proposed to the con-
vention that a permanent bureau be
provided to investigate and make pub-
lic the causes leading up to all lynch-
nags In the future.
just exactly the cause of your rheu-
matism. but you know you have it.
Do you know that Ballard's Snow Lin-
iment will cure It--relieves the pain
-reduces the swelling and limbers
the joints and muscles so that you will
be as active and well as you ever were.
Price 25c. 5 c and $1. At all druggists.
Baltirore, June 2.-The Baltimor
News prints a story of a coming reor-
ganisation of the Seaboard Air Line
Railway. The story Is not substan-
tiated by the receivers, but there is
every reason for believing that it Is
well grounded In facts. The article
says some minor details remain to be
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President Taft, .Three Thousand Miles
Away, Pressed the Button that
Started the Great Alaska.
Yukon Fair
Seattle. Wash.. June 2.-The rites
which present the Alaska-Yukon-Pa-
cific exposition to the world were per-
formed yesterdayy with all the dignity

eases out of ten are caused by cata;rrh., and splendor befitting such an occa-
which is nothing but in inflamed con- sion. Vrom th- White House Presi-
ditlon of the mucuous surfaces. dent Taft starfel the electric spark
We will give One Hundred Dollars which communicated the energy to the
for any case of deafness (caused by shafting of machinery hall, and amid
catarrh) that cannot be cured by; the tumultous shouts of thousands, the
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- music of numerous bands, and the
lars. free. waving of flags. the wheels began to
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toiledo. 0- turn. The great fair designated to
Sold by druggists. T3c. Take Hall's exploit the industries and resources of
Family Pills for constipation. the far west. Alaska and the Pacific
island possessions of the United State-
WHO'S JEFF DAVIS WETHERSBEE was an accomplished fact
--- An event of such magnitude could
Jeff Davis Wethersbee. 13 year---fI not have been initiated under more
age, who says his home Is in Ocala. is favorable auspices. Everything moved
In this city at the Central City Mis- with the smoothness of a well regu-
sion. where he applied for help in lo- : lated military family, amid all the
eating his relatives in this city. Ht'! music, the firing of salutes, the cheers
stated to Rev. R. J. Bateman. who is of the great throngs and the animated
in charge of the mission, that his scenes in and about the handsome and
brother-in-law. Walter Wells. had Iimposing structures composing the ex-
worked for the Seaboard Air Line rail- position.
way company, being employ-ed at the -
shops west of the city. but that all his
efforts to find his were unsuccessful.
-Jackonville Metropolig. 1st. 0fh n b h il

the merits of the Texas Wonder. you Ia cn nectio1 With the ]oel OS
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists Skilled workmen and courteous at-
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr. tention to all. Special attention to
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St. children..
Louis. Mo. -

Wreck of the Long Lost Man or War
Condor Found on the Coast
Near Victoria
Victoria B. C.. June 2.-What is be-
lieved to be the wreck of the ill fated
British sloop Condor, last sighted in
December. 1901. has been sighted .iff,
Long Beach. fourteen miles south of
The wreck looks like the hull of a
submerged vessel and is visible from
the shore at low tide. A heavy spar.
Sa jib-bo4mTn staniord % ith th e nam-
Condor and several rocket cases with
similar marks hav, previously washed,
ashore in this vicinity. i
The Condor left Esquimault for
Honolulu December -. 1901. with 140*
men. Nothing has been heard from
the vessel since, but some little wreck-
age has floated ash-re.



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Plans and

Speciflcatlons Prralshed
Upon Request.

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Phone 130. (NCAIA, FL&.



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will be best promoted-best preserved ...M s M
-if you are ready to give the proper D. E. Melver Alfred Owne
remedy at the proper time. The pro- Endertakeri's.
per remedy for all strains, sprains, or!
colic Is Perry Davi!'- Painkiller. The Fi e sCaskets aud Mil it
proper time to use it is wh.-n the
trouble first shows itself. Be prompt, All work done by licensed embalm-
and you'll not only save the horse; ers and fully guaranteed.
suffering, but you'll spare yourself -
trouble and expense-maybe save a
long time waiting. You ought to, V
havoC bottle r.CiIV *r'I' ne wl .-

Colds and grip were quite preva-
lent last winter and 'bembsrline's
Couch Remedy was in creet demand
and performed some remarkable cures.
Mrs. Mary J. Robinson, at Cameron.
W. Va., says: "Last winter I was
taken with one of the awfulest colds
I ever had In my life. I-could not
speak above a whisper and was very
hoarse. I was afraid it was gotng to
be pneumonia. I took one bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy %ad In
three days was lots better sad could
talk. I did not take but- the one bot-
tle and It cured me. I now tell every-
body about Chamberlaia's Cough
Remedy and the good It did me4 I
To the Battleship Mssiesippi by the
Citizens of the State She Was
Named For
Pascagoula, Miss., June 2.-With the
battleship Mississippi anchored twelve
miles out In the Gulf of Mexico, sev-
eral thousand citizens of the state
gathered on the shore here yesterday
and witnessed the presentation to the
officers of the great battleship, by the
state of Mississippi, of the handsome
silver service, weighing 2,400 ounces
and worth approximately $7,400.
The rough seas prevented exercises
being witnessed on board Jy the ex-
cursionists as had been planned, so
Captain Fremont. remaining on board
to take care of his giant craft, sent
Lieutenant Commander McCormice
ashore with a detail from the ship to
conduct the exercises and accept the
magnificent gift.
Governor Noel made the presenta-
tion speech. Senator John Sharp Wil-
liams and other notables took part in
the ceremonies.
The most delicate part of a baby is
its bowels. Every ailment that it suf-
fers with attacks the bowels also en-
dangering in most cases the life of the
Infant McGee's Baby Elixir cures
darrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
meats of the stomach and bowels. At
all druggists.
A Califeornia Ceuple Fell Over a Sixty-
Feet Cliff, Which Has Already
Proved a Death Trap
Pasadena. Cal. June 2.-Descending
the Santa Anita trail yesterday on
their way down Mount Wilson, Mrs.
A. S. Wilson lost her footing, while
near the edge of the precipice.
Feeling herself about to plunge over
the abyss, the lady seized the arm of
her husband to save herself. Wilson
made a desperate effort to hold her.
but both became dizzy and plunged
over the edge of the precipice to the
bottom of the rocky canyon sixty feet
When found both were unconscious
Searchers for them also found the.
body of another unfortunate, an un-
known. in a bad state of decomposi-
tion. It appears that this traveler lost
his footing and plunged to death. The
Wilsons are badly hurt, but may re-

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Bought and Seld.. Froek m*id Salt Wa~ter

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plate Place of Its Kind in the Ca.mtry. eimemdled anm gth
Up-To-Date. First Class Retamu'ait in CeameMea. Firt S
Meal and Reasonable Baard to Weekly IC---

Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green HideU Bought
and Sad.

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Table is always ippliI with the bae*the.maiMlfirdaL
Skilled cooking, careful attUMto tothe ma id the6gm.
Good rooms and comnfrtable beds

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g Is : W _w t ophe nt 6r aske -d- O W- .. At half past seven this morning in

.e m--- -rhe, prw e em le- cPio tor G. H. Harrison nitian in the,
me to.ek f his poetic I lr'tg t _tfM Iheas that Golet Medical holy bonds of matrimony. Mr. Charles 1Borhn, Sy--ho forfa,,,, r. n e ..i
slow, imn- oad Iid a bhoM et of Scoteh haer DioMwry* ost a ot po et altm1u etive r Edward Foy Jr. of Port Inglis and Boys on S to 14 y. fr CSy
at- ht feet of his fair subjects. He Mi,,d rirof, aMd toore or tiorator . Ha o ngli and. Boye from a to 14 years Reolio Care y 1

Mw.o..i 0. 0W -. LyleW , acted an bridesmaid A f
NA -I t hSIMo fo f C UiSlP a nd a re k ai/ p ei a l l y av l i a ad M r. J 'a u de C am pbell o asce a. :Ap l y rno oca l Ls e t Hs 1ath. l aA
"pt "t A the =ther saMler a dhsmerafoets the groomsman.
"1111^ at-up ,a Mwas memoy 'iof tha l. bhro The beautiful ring service of the
1 0afh oa X(a Elpiscopal church was very impresi.- St. Joeph's A d L
Ag-- hy GmIl W. w eot Olt hbe left behind Mu that h pt the altMs Vthur vie m m i ly spoken by the rector.
s00 e1,ret rit ithe ucrt- Mler tre Ito his lofty Iea and i Those present were Mr and Mrr J.
S mmr ft pee md la t-he oble amhod Ma ta affect" A. Campbell. Miss Lyle Campbell!
Wa r WM the i ldetIa eoseptiem: He losed i y detailing the kind a *f .., Mis Veda Campbell. Miss Fay- am.-'
f. LC. Mlart ot wt eo ma henry Clay was, until be ncame bell. Mr. Claude Campbell. Mr. Ken-
SshapAnfi, M Iat >p d w m cean" to Clay' moth, which the orator amJ l neth fampbell. Mr. C. E. Foy Sr.. andJ I
ass i ieC. C. C ~ WW aas esd a ei o speak for Clay. so those he spoke .1" little daughter. Esi.i. and Miss Glea- I A i l
Se ba lheaitff prayer. Mayor for could riee an the too, would be MIe- M a r son, of Belleview. Mrs. Blaine and Mr.
kM D. betsmM was OB m _their w et l w e rvL- ma oter stand Mrs. C. L Bittinger.
M to ,ag-ge tS beb oalef Mr. Carroll meaUtlfut address aie bhsloa 'Favorite After the ceremony was spoken
l0'1ig gg MkAU u&a Le" ft w s sad wagsft -pl ,auded Mad Pwerl v 'willmbefomdmomteffective that made Mr. Foy and Miss Campbell 0
a i rw ramber the la when he had Sfashed the court room uIB ap the st tregulating man and wife. congratulations follow-;
l a-est fMi es fst,-t ACrty throbbed with applause. With- te woaly ftetios, subdn pai ed and the bridal problssion wended R L
2. a a peaker to re- out dispraemet of the other speak.- Sa,. a lthY,* its way to the A. C. L. depot where CARRY AT ALL
wh M. L Carme maed se M. Carroll was the brightest or- ethe happy couple took thetin' for
vim-Mr._L- Mon.... h,,--- l. Abmokpofticlas p the happy couple took the twin for
A M a a ie W. u hEM T w TA kal em of the-wd ued the deep- Ig the formulaJof both medicines and Crystal River and via boat to Port In- D a
wmt e Wft m HesrBerr- ly lateesting "occsion. ,what oer0 Mof eminent med- glis. which will be the home of the oors, Paints,
tl o t that O et ehad enter- As em ach o tie- ir .aponMors a.d whoe. worka ar coNsulted bride and groom. A showed of rice
a .th the m f Sw yrs se l Id-of-honar arj, a n ne byO .&Ws olsOf Prct from the hands af fe.,rriendsa, with best"tic
boom. theediens of theand beautifl dresses.thelappelsOf a st lg t theamadicines. wibes descended as the newly mar-
m -t 'BE% -W Pere""i to bW their waists mado*eWtII aldge and Th woh of prahe b-otowed- t'he ried pair entered the train
the Mt patMe earth, but to thhe likenesses of General Dickison, they vweral lngredlents esterlg ltosDotor The bride N the really beautiful Blind&
9i" n n p I ti e tima U0iv, the rA;sented al l, to.m duplicate Pierfers medicines such writers should daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A .
Sa- be! ,lmetd"ene' and Sand wo tb y Snout A Campbell and has resided inm Ocala for S Mill, Pho ph
sad th petai th a wenr h hear..ti. ld --s menam,.,,,h -some years and endear.d herself by v J W
m ehea i g !ea l O" ao e l--a -I-W--A her sweet disposition and frank man- ..
led e we have shh aah whi, by the way, the Star sey Mk. ner to all who had the pleasure of GI s RevoVMrs, Au ll llt
8 tdlm t~. _r. as tie ad printed a daW bet f,. lts but not me" diol ele mO0leohol o meeting her. She is a young woman U UI lVll Alnl
S.. aait to held their re le i ms n tetnomally. Ient, oamd contain so harmful hablt- of rich domestic virtues ringg little
e aly. After the ddrMess adjourn- forming bei nm of eglyen f,,r tI- frivolities f s t hut strong So Ate ageLm pany a
Stha buhatness et uail 9 blne Sfaof native, American an patient In the art that makes
1~ I 10.m nlt untiln.).tretnw hIm ailcmnforest, plants&nThey oo are bothan ,hat
3.-- a sah- d beryardiatofl Ntsmei 9 ad lopd y dal. In meine. You ca't home pleasant. 1. '-I
WIueMw fwi Mar .ii. (C a but -- wisalrd ito accept a ibs tlte for onef Mrs. Foy is a decided brunette with ftlO rdoleSite R.n miUm
to e ma, that iad entet him MiRS. HARRIl S rrENTERTINS Vion medidcnes of known eomp ition. a comely figure. raven hair with. y s "n
seatd telekecml. a pSe h 'r-oes. -te dcoany, w-re .apo* with a fasinating smile and w a plear- hn -
De.s Nwh. uwSee g was inrsub- Wef pa t InidplnMid T Jroddm. ant greeting when ,Bre you chance toi AjhnerinT mu"d E
s waMt be wrtO In aa editoriali 7 sht is'td tdotaMl o thp meett t her. Ingli JAM*&*s It oIeJ&
t be b h aer thisM l0 which we Ae Burford, Jr. of the United LINEN SHOWER The groom is the only son of Mr. _T _
pINIeOa peo ae N ---a-vy and the batUtleheitp New FOR MISS MARTIN and Mrs. Charles E. Foyv. Sr..of Bel- H e o f ^e l A PI
.'Sisl p ow x ._e.ak aMv.ytOe", and hie hmdeome sister' MM iss- hvew. He is located at'Lort Inglis." S J J J
e iS to the ise" of the i "d Mare"y musfebet lqor..a lategrad- The linen shower which was tender- w here hp. sulerintnds a .ahtel owned
pe"Wo"otheir ls ixt i ,at e of Bet l moot Cete. Na lle. ed Misn Jesslln Martin yesterday aft- by his father antd n w'te by -im
-.ams .tT.l l MIe.asrias, her boear gue s. on ernoon by her cousin. Miss Irma Blake. until failing health comp-llted a change
oft ," Harr ,,Jr | All e -lock, was a veryn pleasant affair and greatly o residence-. He is .a young-man of WEATHER FORECAST et
6o 5 e Ite rM. laurftrd. Mlra. Powers and Mrn. enjoyed by all present. decided business talents. bright. gen-
thMwr, sil _Br -...k o .---L-- ile. rece-rt-e he- The houar decorat-ons were appro- ial andl one who makes friends where- Washington. June 2.-Local shower. T
L. sn td s edats shall know u About b ty pe11s' were private and pleasing. -Heart predom- ever ho gops. .Beside.s boung tlle suc- tonight or Thursday.
Sem .of thevloftheirast., peost. Pbunch and refreshments imated, as they bhiould. for the pretty cessfulI nanagr ; f th e Port Inglis RW.. o w
mAnd rom ms -thes e de f were served during the evening. honoree is soon to be a June bride. Hotel, he is also the aec+eptal ost- HEa lMAIM M &IUtl.
im e m It o maes for the w 'a Jg-aw em e were a source of Miss Joole Wlliams greeted the ar master of the place. Mr. Fov, Jr., in Fully nine out of every to cases at
S. Ae iasame. We an aw a g am-isemet wih the youe peo- rivals at the igate. punch was served hls matrimonial ventmurt- e.itainlyjia rheumatism are simply he umm by Its
am g to e ere were two prices ole for on the lawn by Min Glhadys Marti won a prize and the tar with rest of of the muscles. due to old or dump you t
Sh. ldThereWeretWoi one for on the lawn by Miss Gladys Martint r ih t a
itnh1 11 trV0 UoflI I i. miad the other the gentle- and Mism Mary Sanders. Mr.. A. their friends wiih thlm a long and or chronic rheumatism, neither o
0115tI mea /ver-handled gte ) and Oerg and Mr.. E T. Helvenst.,i at happy life. which require any Internal treatment.
is orusthelrns tatn a rbbon case. To RAWi0rlatrd fell the front door greeted the callers and The fair bride looked rad(ant in her All that Ie needed to afford relef is pocket
Sa red-leather collar box and to MU Mrs. R G Blake and Mrs. George W. coat suit of gray. with hat. glove s and the free application of ai plies Is
a' e daMla het I Burord a p lank bik party Mbag. Martin received Mrs Joh Taylor vil to match, carrying in her hand a niment and masrnhong the afted n
Oft tsm Wbeio3ver. maShledU l r M m Comwner. ga ti .M Bmla voUn linntrdduced the guests to Miss Blake, bouquet of .bridal roses. The groom. parts at each applieaton. There Ia quality
amlSagw duro gthel a man tht lo g y g fa,1 Daloek sman, as sbe Mnss Martin. misa afford. of Ala- who s a manly looking young fellow disagreeable or unpleasant about tits
ls- d t w n War, s weekly. vrytlng o6 babrnma. Miss Eugenia Burleson of Citra. was dresed in the conventional liniment. The relief from pain which
twa le rars.N eshmants were back.n h o .d .a . It affords Is aln worhmany
S.e the mik wUe1 r U ha IMeir'iM a etsl". Thfgtag the afternoon Misses Its cost. Price I cots, large aa --
ailf T~i yL dtc^LM IM UI*.., J7, hl>d a 0. ej1e GW eb and Annie Laule Perry NORMAL BIBLE.STUDy, ;' e tt. 4
W? eaSOt 4 100C"' '-'M althayed on'the piano and Mrs. Harry In order to not conftTet witlh any George Weils, a veteran from along
-I W "P W t l up. hosts. s..-Thbe .guests t hapham and M rs r John Taylor sang other program the nomat blbl study the ragn Okwah, asin ow
iplPrNe:oIlof the rupongxhelawahw In town
u4 net 1om ty, th ru sCeveral olos., conducted by the tpator of the ":hris-
t aheirty tour cidte n .-ad t pvar~eo oUn, oraL riot ere the show- tian church will be held or Thursday yesterday and said he had land that
m o e en on aDo othen It was bettingout afternoons )t 4 30p .ul. ionf. coE tO
S. 'i Jean the downpour, which fell upon the tomorrow is "The First Three Periodsacre "
IMltstno, EIdlthN MeGuire., S0 Anderson, bride-to-be, who heroically sat under In the Life of ahrist." The public | py t Honey anrd Tar c especially
sb!lo o mo" to the ad- t Amr Andenm--aOeth. NOw- a big wedding bell of red and white and especially. the Sunday school Fol'mesHned andTar ic thatal
.athb"iftdb iut Adele Bittgwer, Lucile Moore, and when the cord released the gifts. teachers. are invited to attend ng trouble an d rtny sufferets atfrom
ji --bbi ei ahi W a i n9 Nio.A b.-pennI.l she wasli3terally covered with gift .... .t bronchitis, asthma and consumption
rSam a Da vis, fma and from loving friends. POOR MILK ,ha e ont omfoth and eonsumpli o
a to e- tom w sad Geeral t o Me f. have found comfort and relt. g by as-
.L4a,. Id vaO"dati k f T -02" lWd _e or I' jesm.en H eart dlce followed with heart Is often thought to be r'. p .mihi, ;,r ing' Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by
'o111M, l t ey. I amile.3Kt w. s score cards, distributed by Master an infant's. los in weight or. gene-ral all druggists
S htO. R r' Ander- obert Blake. the players occupying poor health. The cause usually is that
S. a biat eshe m et6" Jr.P Robnom, Mario PelOt, six tables. After the. conclusion of the child has worms. They get ihe dh. GIVh, A
S at mt h cents were served, nourishment in the food a the ba PP GVEN A AR HOW
Oil'.lt n moe sdl.isEa!the', MePhail Melver. Jim Rents The guests were Misses silu Mar- starves, actually starves- Whites Supreme Court AIee the Te
+ 1 mm II tha lille. MuZJR1 ]Bisloetm ncear Kate Samford. Eugenia cream Veermifuge expels the worms Sd
Sij S run I, tame e. M. .--,io..arence Meffert and Hola,.._e.e Bittinger. Grace Hat- and nourishes the chill, s're and p .ft. Sheriff to Petition for a Rehamung
\ rW.W3--.. an fr- cheil. Claudia Zemp. Leafy Sylvester, Price 25' at all druggist. Washington, J e 2.-The supreme
'* ^^*'flmyl-gof Te pr ptlon department Is the Sarah McCreery. Margaret Walter, _..e___,__ twr postponed the passing of sea-
t ... .aJre',. ,r lMWalrle Perry, Nellie Gottlieb. e upon e-Sheriff Shlpp and oth- .
pl'.wvu,?a u haer^ ,.. llh5iy.ppgi Cpaa n dro r a Johnson, Edith McGuire, Anna ers to permit the defeondats to Ie
WStj'gm e v made ths department of our Mizon, Rhoda. Liddon. Gladys Martin. .^ a Petition for a rehearing. 1
Nazi earn reebtatf S Of bi usineas on e of the largest in the Mary Sanders, Lucy Moorhead, Luclle
aItoSIarn, Mi3Mra5d Pir n, country. Saud u yoi pftse r tlon Moore, Dorothy Lancaster, Bessie RICH MEN'8 GIFTS ARE POOR I
S3 ai maid f yd & o. MacKay, Mary Burford, Sara Davis. gOA Ibside this: "I want to go on record
h r L Wl o ef- npo x Minnie S m eW C nar isleaEvelynfPelotas saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
hr S Ls1 Cha.ter. U. D. M Meadames W. D. Dogmany, J W. Mar one of the greatest gifts that (3.4
homer, Nh ee toeal, both ot -S HT o, Carney, H. H. LaP- -Rh inevault, of Vestal Center, N|. .
f ^ ahat, W. T. Gary. M. M. Little and "I can never forget what It has dome
--, At 6: N in compliment to Mr. Ma- .for me." This glorious medicine gves
n |io Pot, al later gradute ^olfowhe .i body and jubilant health. It quickly
bI m q-ra. m a I n]I-i- Ocala. aHigh School the following cures nervousness, sleeplessness, nel-
w2 a he Ws5 per- Mes. Phil Roin2son, Robert Ander-. andhiy. headacshe, bauckc faitin
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a er o Miea Pasteo. Mr. Tbom | The occasion was all young and en- weak. ailing and sickly. Try them,
baseiasmple'n-LYm io d c n ndid Cti "thuslasUc hearts could wish for and. SOda Water T e 50c at all druggists.
F" aska lnl0 a 1r ,he aBnpn orewch Miss Blake Is to be congratulated on ICe Cream Place ON THE WAY TO EUROPE
SL PB the exceedingly clever manner in a
which set ahe showed the art of entertain- The lovers of real good sodawater New York. June 2.-E. H. Harriman,
a -aesaantdaaIe with the father a.and ice cream find ours touches the American railway king, sailed yester-
e th. the brave ad latr-pid -LOOKING ONE'S BEST spot for them. We aim at quality, day for a two months vacation In
SPsteur. He a LOOKIN O BEwhich Is why we hit their apprecia- Europle.
to md'A the hero ancestor Of o "It's a woman's delight to look her tion. The quality of our confectionery i
i s *, Mi woman delight to look h makes It necessary to keep up the; To avoid serious results take Thley's
ls. -- THEY FIT THE LIP LIKE KI8 best but pimples skin eruptions, sor.s reputaUon of our store, and our soda- Kidney Remedy at the first sigas of
S t W. Deval fell thelhonor and taste as sweet's why ehi. and bolls rob life of Joy. Listen. water and ice cream does just that. kidney or blader disorder such as
at I a no.s fl-ter f or -'aande llswet CAt MrIbehf makeshskinsfa ndvlve tyemt backache, urinary irregularities, x-
S11 l^r Dlager a1 s LetOfI;C tla l halt nmks the *kl aoft and velvety. It W TROXLER ^k w o^a
the man ..fOeela"- Ia hs a v T.W .TROXJ TE haustion. and you will soon be well.
hopr meIal-KtmSM ? A Pouand M oe, ] P pm. Mr. P glorile. sthe face. Cures pimples, sore ommence taking Foley's KidUey
a A g 8 1 bm utitl p" --eyes, cold sores, crackedlips rchappeds R. remedy today. Bold by all druggists.
-s" Im w retr ero rom Appoo- eofe tionery is fIee from adultera- 25c at all druggists. THE --- ~ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 31
Si sa a theci ldren of -their ry kindo cONy he While Taft is a baseball enthusiast. EVDNC d
valo. 2%heisUadtt vof at 1.-V-eNotice is hereby given that o r S Up-
St w O his bl 0m as ls greeted ialts, Cold DrS lgaft And News- e is no pitcher, for at maeursathe opening LU Noticeishereby given that Up-
Sgae s of the Yale amateurs at P itts r bP..... ham. purchaser of tax certificate No.
burg Saturday the ball he pitched to f.,-m d ate r of c eae o.
A o al Te ePaid a AT BALL.. RD'S tde plate., But a a rooter he is a su.- a led t ulda 8c Aim
some points too. President Hadley. of tax deed to is uemin accordance wit
o tbeir doto te iYale, Insisted on seating the president, i cate as e
- essfbecould 04M =isntIte following described property situated
ban io who decneade n in i turn took Presi- in Marion county, Florida, to-wit: cora
dent Hadley in his arms and lifted 1 .hs e of sw eor lot 7 sec 25. tp 17s,
10 4 Lhim bodily over a row of seats and put r3 e. thence n 20 chs e 25 cps a 2e
Il o t.-him in a chair as if he were a baby in CPU -a 1D ch2 n0 chs--1 ae. hea
-p worth is tothe nation ver weight. Taft Is great in many ways. w 7.50 cbs-15 acres. The said U
be estimated. great many iwas land being assessed at the date of the
sColds that hang on weaken the co -suance of such certificate in the
lDColds that hiang on weaken the conu >- r ..'w vename of D. E. Miholland. Unless
AN"&ll 6"11d100stitution and develop into consurns,- ,aid certificate shall be redeemed ac- '
Ima VW it am 10> a" "n a -l in t. Foley's Honey and Tar cures BAQ IcAR S jrding to law, tax deed will Issue
todeed a p persistent colds that refuse to yield to ALLAR c g. ad d
a so n" =" a d a t psoother treatment. Do not experiment 1e thh-reon on the 5th day of July, A. D.
foron3160011l die other treatment. Do not experiu' t 0 .
S. N' mad5 y ] lan 9 I i fr^S~ he with untried remedies as delay n:ay tnes o gnate
S@ a te to result in your cold settling on your LINIM ENTtness my official i ure and
ILo s aun. sold by all druggists. t-l this the!nd day of June, A D
i a a maesne v e bege s was he 19 go.. s T. SISTRUNK.
eat tIms eof his voklee that let ad- The following veterans are register- IT POSiTIVELY CURES Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. Fla.
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The Eagle. will give their minstrel
at the armWy theater tomorrow night
There were 3 arrivals at the Mon-
tem esteda.
Mr. Marca Etdel of Jacksonville "s
at the Ocala Hoise.
Mr. J. J. Smith of Oainedville is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Ea.le minstrel tomorrow night at
the armory theater.
Mr. P. J. O'Hara. of Jacksonville, as
a guest of the Ocala House.
CoL J. Martin of Oklawaha. Is ati
the Oeals Hoose.

'Mr. J.E. Borland of C tra Is a gu-..t :
of the Oeala House.
Miss Claudia Zemp of Wnodmar in
the guest of Grace Hatchel.l
Mrs. autetd iewiett to on the sick

CLICHEI S.CUElCEINS i Dr. *. L.eIser of Anthony, was
to a guest of the Montezuma yesterday.
Meet mer at the drug store on the
AS OTHER TIRE VULVANIZING DONE enus W. Hampton. of Floral City.
was in town yesterday visiting hiAg
eMRY A COMEASONABLE PtRICCE broker. Attorney Mfaapton.
Me bhav theniceit line of hair
iI brns1. cohm mbs and other toalkt arti-
o les In the city. Tydings & Co.
S, P. Llsk of Grahamville, was
in awn today, as was Mrs. S. B. Gets-
olnat of Deleew.
S' Mrs. C. B. WhAler of Jacksonville,
FOR RNTLOCAL L LATIONis estof her sister, Mrs. John IL
Dewey, at theM ontesuma.L
S wab-room resueme ity cennedl metlagt Inh T ha cn o
tuth ThMir stre. regular.session with every ember in C Pharmac has an up-to-
*k. Dytteo or to Guy Toph, his- et date line of tillet articles and Invites
h- e"L A t=g Mavohal Robert Cufbmeath your Inspection
17-S1A had a long petition In, asking the M I M.H..... o -
FO R SALE council to elect him mardal. Mr. C. A. s ,at the Monte a visiting her a s-
most emftrtable and Dinkls aiso applied for the position. te t h
medimhn sized homae In A vote was taken and Mr. Diaklas was ter. Mrs.. .y Toph.
In a and on best sree t Is elected, recelvbpg fve votes U a &-Or d- a ,- Jaoksonamlle.
.40o, completely furnishd four for Mr. Cuhnbreath. Mr. t*ar;; .. .ter ribbs ---
"*'t "beadle's,, bypewrter ri bbeaons, 75c..
nd. Hogs" is i wal modn A .
r 0"has all mode wrelving the entire vine votes. r. .
-Apply to F. w. Ditto. W. -ailedeA at a hak-. wa".. 4 etead .._ T---*I- Mr-- --- and
ke.r the other night police job. he, a- I.O, owld vet, ,=, re register,
POl kRENT som spr*tele2d c4 a mtnd ai"I mn Momig .
ftowa~r. Ajpec tents urn ton itou for ten
-68M -s Wweohas o rl ora. Get one of those -Inch Wes-
B2hal W. Bull. waen nhoun f am from IR W. Tucker.
M ee so 1L withdrew his appuciultn for re-
selection some time since. The council Dont forget the Eagles' minstrel to-
iiT*O R paid Mr. Rulls salary .a the time morrow. Thursday night, at tae krm-
SIA -was sick up to June Ist. ry theater.
It was decided to buy a tank car of
crue expetoleum for use on the street Mrs. H. C. Judd and children are at
"a an ee1-sume, to be VOW home from a visit to friends
"uAder the direction of the street con- at Rib Gap.-
SThspeelal eo itter re t o Dr. ediknville,
Applications was read and received. came daskte4r
Judge McConathy bffkted to codify .
Sl t n the ordiaampW of the city for 15. .
outside at -o 9tsid IA5 ad
Wh his offer ws accepte& Ve ma Ht.Chest -.a
1w e o will be compiled to da~ and printed Fort, pat -
m to 8tar e s hd re*-i book form, a plee of work badly
needed as It is twenty years stmce an \ The Orlado basebalUsts are striv-
Ideal.. ordinance book was printed. Ing for supremacy with the local nine
I- ideal Mla t All bills properly approved were or- as th Star gW to press.
elcan supply 4oa p
t Inaraton when In The matter of moving the sort east R IX A L L
of the city ball was discussed.
Mr. C. R. Kr r, the Times-Union's
TUNIN / enterprising- young correspondent, goes
qplaemee. f efaseaes, up Jacksonville tonight to visit his
las Oeala, saa ARt YOU nIN DdIT parish a. friends in that city.
M i Jaekonvllls.o Y -
city. 1-S-tV WANTP--Toung lady to feed Job
pr es. Good pay after learning. Only
lfh Stck ehlso- ac to which paint is BEST? Tour vn- those wislaIig steady position need ap-
la pou t alcertaintys quite natu ral, since rply. Apply Star Job Office.
lAre newrsMa 'a- rit paint in the Unalted state Is te 9
paint made, but how mamy will depli- There is no better stock of fine
cate the analysis ad guarantee found writing apers in the city then we
on every can oC carry. Come In and look It over if
y" wapt something really nice. Ty-
dings S
Davie' 100 per ent
S. at T~e Was a small excursion from
..e sMw / lGainestIlle to Ocala yesterday. Quite
-ie few o the excursionists tarried in
Haty 9 ad aw als Ocala.
S-Isn't tis FOOD for THOUGHT? .'
.., Davis 3O per cet Pure Paint will. Mr. J. H. Hurschman of Tampa, is
.Wy b asgrvie at1 staid tlhe tet of the ntMt rigid Paro n thie city for a few days visit to Mr.
.th *a.mder ap- Paint Law. Pbr sale by the Marion Henry Gordon, while looking a1,r
M dt ary. ectrie Hardware Ce., .aa i d.. -.-. tbalaess interests in this coun-

r. .,.:,'tlre of the Star office.
SM S took the *od degree in Odd Fellow-
CENS R HURS, RUNship at dt.iseetg "of Tulula Lodge
NS Prv^ 10rHOURn lUNNN uast night He flnd the scenery on
HIX.ow is that. Thisis not an the rumd froqa Jerusalem to Jericho
H.T not sa s .w qutb. vs1 i d and the incidents of
c. w mbWmotone me o- those new Sn-k- .tl th-p rE it of monotony.
SWe"thmgweus electric ftns t I tt
have Just received. Let me place one rt Alisfa-tukon Exposition issue
U 1t ,.- -or two of them in your home or on of stamp now on sale at the Oeala
ad Duteh yr d H. W. Tucker. e e- tpostoie are of handsome design and
m ead tbak trll supamy M a. a few sheg smaller than a horse blan-
i, AM A 400g-i't te "" ket. I t takes as able-bodled man to
Ia.s me I the THE RT HEA MD t admierdom anthem.
,- .is of two hins --e-- t a-d th bhig
t BMa ~ heed that MeeM from a sit headache. WM Lciu p hipped a car of melons
t M a-I a B r Does yOUr head ewr feel llke a gourd yesterday that averaged 45 pounds ad
At t C rtg and your braln feel leeP ad sore? contained 2 melons. How is that for
,- T ]'oa can cure it in so time by acting sise.

NUaME on your Uver with Balarss Herbine.
Isoat it worth trying for the abtolut-* Edwin Spencer. one of the bright
and certain relief you get? At all students of 8teton University at De-
druggists. IAad, wi- spe d his vacation solicit-
g feor that excellent Institution of
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Tickets for the Eagle Minstrl at
the armory theater Thursday night are
on sale at the Ocala News Co.

Thursday. June Srd, being a legal
holiday, the banks of the city will hbe
closed to business on that day.

Mr. Lamonte Tupper of Jacksonville
-Stopped over in Ocala last night for a
few hours' visit with his sister, Mrs.
Dudley Youngblood. on Oklawabs av-
enue*. He was en route to Tampa.
Mr. Dudley Youngblood, the analyti-
cal chemist for the Mutual Mining
Co. of Dutton. will be with his family.
who have recently moved here, the
latter part of this week.

Mrs. C. B. Wheeler of Jacksonavlle.
is the guest of her sister, Mrs Dewey,
at the Montesmua. Mrs. Wheeler Is a
daughter of Captain Welsh, formerly
of Marion county, and as a yomng
lady was a frequent visitor to Ocala.
Miss Rowena Griffin one of the lead
ing educators of Georgia and Alabama
for so many years, has been elected to
the chair of literature and lAtin !n
Wabhingtow. Miss Griffin Is a sister
of Mrs. T. D. Lancaster, and has mvit-
ed Ocala often, having made many
friends In our little city.
Mr. Heron Todd, who had such a
long siege of typhoid fever, was down
town yesterday for the flrst tie. He was
taken for a ride by Mr. Clarence Met-
fet in his auto.
The King's Daughters will meet In
regular monthly session tomorrow
morning wt the M. E. church at 1 a.
m. A, full attendance is urged.
We have a most eXquisite line at
fancy Imported china in many tf-
ferent pieces. The Ant*-Meoepoly
Mrs. Blanche Hannah and little
.daughter. Christine. of St. Petersburg.
arrived, In tewn today and will spend a
month with. Mrs. Hannah's sister. Mrs
R. R. Carroll.

Deputy Hutson this morning arrest-
ed Andrew White. colored, accused of
complicity in the attack on Frank
Welghtman near the seaboard depot
a few nights ago.
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 3 cents. H. W.
Tucker has then.I
FOR RENT-Two new and complete
furnished rooms on first floor, all con-
veniences for light housekeeping. One-
half block from A. C. L. passeu er
station, No. 34, Oklawaha avenue.
MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moter Barber
College, Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Lalla R. Chase has Just arriv-
ed In Ocala from Tampa and Is the
guest of Mrs. D. M. Boney. Her many
friends are delighted to see her again.
Meet me at the drug store on the


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All who have promised to contribute
to the Confederate dinner on June rd-
are requested to send their basket
etc. to the Gary grove on Fort King
avenue Thursday morning by .*9.o
o'clock. Mrs. 0. Blake,
Acting President
In the JVAte issue of the Optical Re-
view, the otfcial organ of America for
the optometrists and optcelans, there
is a two-page article complimentary
to Dr. D. M. Doney of this etr, giving
a history of the organiation in Flor-
ida. the work of Dr. Boney at Talla-
basese. the full bill a passed by the
legdelature and a good pietume of the
doctor. The article was a pleasant
suprie to Dr. Boaey as he did not
know It was to appear.
Mr. Waldo W. Martin was brought
down from Jacksonville last night by
his nepbews Mesm. John M. Martn,
Jr., and A. O. Martin, of this city, In
a most unfortunate condition. Mr.
Martin went to Jacksonville several
days ago and while there became af-
flicted with what is most earnestly
hoped, only a temporary aberration .4
the mind. He will be taken toM spec-
ialists at one of the Atlanta sanitar-
ium for treatment and his speedy
and absolute recovery is moeet anxiou-
ly awaited. Mr. Martin's condition a
probably due to overwork. He has
worked himself unsparingly ao his big
farm near Martin for the last few
Mr. H. C. Sealey. who with his wife
and daughter. Mrs. tPgan, of Alacha,
are visiting their- daughter Mrs. A. C.
Cobb, on South Third street, is ex-
hibiting at the Tompkins & Cobb C
stables a patent wagon wheel hub and
spoke attachment which looks ike it
might revolutiontise the wagon and
buggy wheel industry. The attach-
meats were invented by Mr. Altman.
of Wauchult, By the simple turning
of a nut with a wrench the spokes
may be tightened or loosened suffic-
lently to be removed entirely and a
new one unserted or a piece of rim In-
serted. The additional advantage is
obtained that the rims do not have to
be bred through and almost cut off
to insert the sokes.. Mr. sealey is
going to try to interest local capital-
Ists in the manufacture of the patent
wheels in Ocala.
Mr. A. Hil, a veterinary surgeon of
the Alabama State College, at Au-
burn, Ala., has arrived In town aad
will assist Dr. R. P. Guerrant In his
practice. Dr. Hill will return to col-
lege in the fall and take his last years
course. He har already taken a num-
ber of class honors and has a splendid
reputation for efBeleacy in the college.
A big rain and wind storm took
place at and north of Juliette last
night about 9 o'clock. It blew down
trees and tore\off limbs, one of them
falling across the A. C. L. track about
a mile north of Juliette station and a-
treight train bound south encountered
same, and the engine and one box car
were thrown from the track. No eth-
er damage was done sad no out hurt.
Everyone would be benefited by
taking PFbey's 0rlino Laxative for con-
stipation, stomach sad liver trouble.
as it sweeteas the stomach aad
breath, gently stimulates the liver
and regulates the bowels a"d is much
superior to pills and ordinary laa-
tives. Why apt try PFteys Orino Lax-
ative today? Sold by all druggists.
Rev. R L Hull o Lanne, was n at-
tendance at the renlo, as was For-
mey BUteh of Carters Posnd.
Many of our eitsems are dritfing to-
wards Brights disease by nese.tmng
symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble which Poleys Kidney Il-nle.iy
will quickly cure. Sold by all drag-

Wiliston sent a large delasatia of
veterans to the reunion today.
We do not know of any other pilB
that is a good aa DeWtt's Little
Early Risers, the fameas ttle liver
piUns-small, gentle, pleasant ad sre
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The m ismi heal is e~
the tream and is S bu s omdeng A
saw nd hagemb 1 0m,1 be061 k e1"
Gteisss -as a" wese W.4a"W"
placed in the reoms to isat the st
ot eM Iroa sad weod bed. A WOame
are betig carefully werbet od W
when the mang upr meats belig
made la tMe hmse a re misheI a we
be stricty arst-cla s ad em o" thf
most convmalatly awuagm -betkels M
the state. There were 55 arrivals at
the hotel yetrday sad with thoe al-
ready in the- home, a mber bnd ts
be turned away. Mers. ut Tph
and Jobhn Dewey, whome phiues-are
not modeled alike se mako g a f-
team sad like Jack Spratt sad is Im-
mortal better hal al, together bely
and are gotag to make the Meatems
known favorably thumaghout the leIs
Jamse Tuslrer Femd Net iIto ef
tIe Mrde r of Ed J sGe sm
The jury after beiag out ha f aa
hour. returned a verdict of not guilty
ta the case ofr Ames Tucker for shoot-
lag and killing 31 Johbaso. colored.
Ina L Goaoby's store last December.
The King's Daughters wll meet to-
morrow morning at 10 o'clock at .the
Methodist church. All members are
urged to attend. Mrs. C. Rheinaaer.

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(By B. J. Williams.) ath
Thb Is a eommerca ae a et.Ume wi
Swhm moneyy talks" when even great c
3 a w 4s0 public questions having to do with be
^ Di the moral well-being of the people and ho

A %160' g will It affect buaineess? The advo- ta
cates of the "dry"r town are willing
Stbat their propoaltlonshall be sub- ca
Ab l 'Tle Md Ejected to the -busaIess test. a
Howt tyl a "dry" town affect the c
grocery business? Will men eat less do
es because they have quit drinking? Will pa
they be less able to buy food because an
they are spending less money for
drink? Will they use a lower quality, an
as well e a smattler quantity? Will th
they be less able to pay their grocer
Si fnd It necessary to "stand him off" le!
longer t the payment of their ac- of
counts? -c
Skh T N Now, what is the common sense cil
%MMSC l **IBI-- Oldanswer? Setting aside all theory and co
& ak f A bs~ w B prejudice, what would you think? m
S.What happens to the grocer when th
or .i'the average worktngman loses his Job? th
MEther his sales to that family are cur- de
**. iV ^*L.. tate or he is obliged to "carry" them. so
A AM &M CM $S W 6 What happens to him when a large ce
I:X -V ICiGh1M*'I 9 wea t TMi &i&% manufacturing plant where many 3f pa
his customers are employed, closes I
down? Two things-his volume of "d
busihnss decreases and his outstand- m
Slg accounts increase. In other words, bi
..toF ash he sells fewer goods and does not get th
a" -- the money for those he does sell. d,
_01 Ma a. (y 5 Therefore, he buys les and Is unable a
S, -lrt_ -l6 to pay for what he does buy. which, to
s Wi m in turn, affects adversely the whole- ac
3-w e-a76lW riwjs /hUs l sale grocer with whom he trades andu
7'.. H the various manufacturers supplying C
the wholesale grocer. of
What happens to the grocer when (f
serious illness or death overtakes a
As In the case of the man out of a
Job and the closed factory, his busl-
nes suffers, either in the amount of p
sales or In his ability to collect for
lT 'E_- 8 what he doen lwi--or both. L
V W I M k W. 1 U VIrA 5f J-U IB E YE! Because the Income of the family
has been stopped-there Is no pay day.
R l lMor the expenses have Increased, which
amounts to the same thing. $
Now, there may be a few people in
SA a town whose income is so large as
not to be affected by such conditions.
AN V N ED W Abut I submit that this does not apply $
to the average workingman. His ex-
W" /. IN"ViFed L peases are always right close up to $
Be V"ia sed Bees income and everything that cur-
SA A' Pork tails the one or Increases the other, Is
& .. 1khA L fg ]ao ia& serious matter to him and affects $
yB .his relation to all lines of business.
.....UA -_tmU 0X10&M It follows therefore that when a man
earning ordinary wages spends any $
W Part Eof *thes wages in the saloon for
Shrink, his purchmasing power along
M INe10 I m yi a rt other Itnes is decreased to the extent $
of such expenditure.
-From a theoretical standpoint, there
is no room for argument, here, but $
,how does It work out in actual prac-
I SMW atof J biAsk |Steelthe grocer if the family of lim-
SI k of J MIroi, st% e, Was.. Coppler. Zinc, ited means who patronise the saloon
B b ag' aie ba els Leather, te.; old angie, are as desirable and profitable custo-
Sts, Whetber as seeit-han or scrap ad py the mers a those who do not. Ask him $
he I to tes for sams. Wrtts or call on me and let me know "as to the quality and quantity of food
S at a"l ve aid were it 110 6ated purchased by these different classes.
S. 7. D 2 02C M Ask him also as to which are the more I
O 1 iMTW M asARET AND LAUNDRY, OCALA, FLA prompt and regular In their payments,
on which class he loses the most
F money and which he would rather
The universal testimony of grocers J
m l ain towns that have gone dry is-.
SFirst. They sell more goods.
HSecond. They sell goods of better
quality and on which the margin of
Wpro t is greater.
*vqE'" *IinUThlrd. Accounts are paid with
greater promptness and regularity.
Fburth. They have fewer bad ac-
S- Oe k Ufth. It Is safe to trust almost any-
BSo far as the grocery business is
o o concerned a "dry" town means not
Q ea frf y fr al sm M on on and more business, but a more satis-
''* i- Ko^ s -wo f o* dsu o 11o n hv _ory business.
Smag Ms f WOMB e A "dry" town helps the grocery bus-
q~ hd gd w i lte lthl M ly theO great mess, what about the butcher?
and to the same extent as the grocer.
U fd The people who. have been buying
,i hehck te. Ver, etc., will takeatr

i-^^B a k~ -~ *~ -Iat som sirloin or porternouse. ana
oe ood old roast beef.
A "dry" town helps the butcher.
.And the dry goods man?
S*-- *- Will the family of the man who
i takes his wages home to his wife. in-
Sstead of leaving them. ln whole or in
part, at the saloon, wear more clothes
S-or less? W1ll they spend more money
S m Wi3 i~~l in the dry goods store or less?
S Every dry goods dealer In the town
will experience a boom in business
SV fll 9 t VON f =aW when the saloons are closed and with-
S1 # mtf out spending any additional money in
SM t sf a. advertising.
H a. w k A "dry" town helps the dry goods
A. 4 j-IV & d ^g business. What about the laundry
It will help the laundry business,
'A because drunkards' wives are almost
SU avariably washwomen, thus coming
directly into competition with the
laundry. The wives of many men who
drink have no money with which to
pay laundry bills and are obliged
therefore to do their own washing.
SMen who now go without collars and
some of them without shirts. will then
A UK E have them and will have them "done,
S l AS ,sup"T at the laundry.
But you say the laundry will lose
--i- sab M I.d @ t. FI riM a Fast Mail, Ne. and 43 the business from the hotel and sa-
lo 4o3 en. In reply I say, as to the
: -. .. aa .. Ar *:M : p hotels, there will be just as many men
ji.. .... .Lv 5:3 am s1 S. m Who will travel as before and they will
S. ... P City .. .. Lr 5:15 aa 4:58 pa insist on having clean linen as for-
S1 U Ity .. .....ade ty .. .. ..I :15 am 4:58 C pa merly-sheets, pillow cases, table-
* &M ..... Lv :5 am. 2:5 pa cloths and napkins. As to the saloon-
,H :.... .. .. LV 1:5 2am 1.:31 pm keepers, they will be obliged to keep
S....... ... ...Lv 1:40 pa =1:15 am themselves reasonably clean, at least.
.. ..... M :: m and, if In any other business, will have
S< ..7 ... Ar :0 pm 7:15 am to wear shirts, collars, etc. The coats
tS .. ..... .. ..Ar 1:10 pm 2:45 am and aprons of the bartenders may be
: .m ... ... bla .. ... ..Ar10:2 a11ll:4# pa maissnl-nothing else. This will be
M t -** ** :lg-... .. a. Ar 8:4 a 5:!0 pm aBore than made up by the increase of
2 a .. .. S .*.* ** f. ** . : pm t:M am collar and work shirt work from men.

new clothes. And who profits? The
aler into shoes and clothing.
A "dry" town helps the shoe and
thing buslnes. What about coal
d lumber?
It helps the coal business, because,
lag with other comforts, follows
at of a comfortably heated house.
which means a greater demand for
al,. and it helps the lumber business.
cause the people will want better
uses to live in and many will build
tie homes of their own.
A "dry" town helps the coal and
mber business. What abont real es-
te and banking?
It helps the real estate business, bo-
use rents are more promptly paid
id the demand for property is in-
eased. Bank deposits increase as.
ies the demand for money to keep
ace with the incresse-d commercial;
id Industrial activ*tl.'
A "dry" town helps. the roal estate
id banking business. What about
e doctor?
It helps the doctor by giving him
ss work and more money. The books
every physician show *calls" and
cases" without number with no finan-
al return, and these unpaid ac-
unts are in large degree of those
ade poor and sometimes shiftless
rough drink. A "dry" town helps
he doctor and finally it helps the un-
ertaker, because none there are then
o poor as to be unable to give a de-
'nt burial to their beloved dead and
ay him who renders this last service.
I have here referred only to the
iry" town itself, where every legiti-
ate line of business has been helpe'l,
ut this improvement in business,
rough increased demand for the pro-
ict of field and factory has extended
,way and beyond the limits of the
own and is refletCted in the increased
activity and earnings of thousands
pon thousands throughout the land.
considered only from the standpoint
r "business." weighed in the balance
f the almighty dollar-
A "dry'! town pays.
A "dry" county pays.
A "dry" state pays.
A "dry" nation _will pay.-National

17.65-Asheville. N. C., July 13, 14
and 15. Limit July 31.
17.65-Asheville. N. C.. June 17. 18.
Limit June 25. Stopovers allowed.
14.25-Atlanta. Ga.. June 19. 20. Limit
June 25. Stopovers allowed.
12.40-Athens. Ga.. June 26. 27. 28.
Limit 15 days. Extension to Septem-
ber 30. Stopovers.
18.25-Knoxville. Tenn., June 20. 21,
22. 26. 27. Limit 15 days. Exten-
slon to September 30. Stopovers.
27.25--Louisville, Ky., June 5, 6, 7.
Limit June 17. Extension to June
30. Stopovers.
2.-Nashville. Tenn.. June 6, 7. 8.
14. 15, 16. 28. 29. 30. Limit 15 days.
Extension to September 30. Stop-
16.25.-Memphis. Tenn.. June 5. 6. 7.
Limit June 14. Extension to July 1.
15.25-Tuscaloosa. Ala.. June 8, 9. 12.
14. Limit 15 days. Extension to
September 30. Stopovers.
83&90-104.66--Los Angeles and San
Francisco. on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
95.40-Seattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
18.70--Monteagle and Sewannee,
Tenn.. July 1. 10, 17. 23. 24. 30. 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. Kirkland, D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.

via the
$27.25, Louisville, Ky., and return,
account annual session Ancient
Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June
5, 6, 7 and 8. Final limit June
17, 1909.
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return,
account International Convention
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25, 1909.
$14.25, Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return,
account Dramatic Order Knights
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
(31.65--Memphis, '"enn., and return,
account Interstate Cotton Seed
Crushers' Association. Tickets on
sale May 16, 17 and 18. Final limit
May 22. 1909.
$66-90-Denver, Colo., and return, ac-
count General Assembly Presbyter-
ian church of U. S. of America.
Tickets on sale May 16, 17. 18 and
19. Final limit to reach original
starting point October 31.
98.35-Savannah, Ga.. and return, ac-
count General r.ssemby Presbyter-
ian church in United States. Tick-
ets on sale May 17, 18 and 19. Final
limit June 2, 1909.
$125--Memphis, Tenn., and return,
account Annual Reunion United
Confederate Veterans. Tickets on
sale June 5, 6 and 7. Final limit
June 4. but by depositing tickets
with special agent Memphis between
June 9 and 14. extension may bt
had to July 1, onl payment of fee of
50 cents.
$20a-Nashville. Tenn.. and return,

Sour Stomach
I used Cuares mndtoe like Aewmas.Ibw
~s sufferer frm edys la ntd seur *tmaca
r tha lat two yen. I have ben taking medl-
e ad4 other diffl. but could and no relief only
Ofr a mbort time. will rmeomend Casreta to
my friend the only thing for Indigeatios and
ser stomach and to keep tbM bowels in ood eoan.
disks. They am very niee to eM ."
Barry Stackley. Maaek Chuak. .

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hrd tac', dadack e. db hel
Dr. Pierce's Faveorite i .hBa es I
gg tgth to wred
roJA ofb. cmning. thuos eriie dof ri th ad achook of
vorite prescriptionss a umot posta isg t~m e S
the organ distncdy famnioe am parelr. itAs a a
e and cures nervous tm n>
or St. Vitus's dance .and other distreip
andorgacdiseam of the i.rgm A
of medical a eths ustwuv ucheak Oat
of the several' 60 of which "FwitP cuipom" i 4.B
diseases for which it is cLaimd to be a e. You m i MY.d wIM
sending a card request for a ftw bootkaetof tfr th
to Dr. R.. Ho d
COmC to ywm o p M
It's foolish and often -m at e m.q Witha*.
icines-sometiaes wfed upon the acte s M just as )wod'
Prescription." The qishomet deaIer sometims nifaft a
substitute is made of, but s don't ad it it'dew i for -t
know what ps are taking to w swmach ad Snes SIp c g it to Sact
To him its only a difference of pn&k Thereforei m an in D. P J
vote PrescptiO.
Send 31 one-cent st to pay cost of sl a free coy
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School Congress and Toun Peo-
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June 7. 8 and Final limit 15 days
from but not including date of sale.
15.2--Tuscalools, Ala., and return.
account summer school for teachers,
University of Alabama. Tickets eo
sale June 8. 9. 12, 1. 14, 21. 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, exteansla may be
had to September 30. on payment of
fee of SL
$ eLJO-Nashville, Tenn and return,
account Peabody College snmmer
school for teachers and Vandert
Biblical Institute. Tickets on sale
June 6, 7, 6, 14, 15, 1t. 28. 29 aad 3.
Final limit 15 days from date of sale,
but by depositing tickets with spec-
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payment of fee of $L
For full information ant sleeper
reservations call on any agent Sea-
board or write to C. Boylstm,
Asat Gen. Pass. Agent, JacksonI ve,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raymor, C. T
A., Ocala. Fla.


The Martel Epworth League gave a
social on the evening of May 27th at
the boarding house.. The devotional
exercises were conducted by Mr. A. A.
Poucher, and were opened with the
song "Stand Up for Jesus." The 11th
chapter, 1st Corinthians was read for
the evening lesson. The prayer was
made by Mrs. J. B. Warren. Red-
tations by Miss Pearl Warren and
Miss Laura Kemp. The leaguers and
visitors participated in games, iee
cream and cake. All passed off very
pleasantly. Te league will remain
as before. Devotional meetings at
7:30 every second and fourth Sunday
evenings, and business meetings every
second Sunday evening, after the de-
votional meeting. Visitors invited to al
the meetings and will find a warm
welcome at any time.
J. IL Bates, Reporter.
Martel, Fla., May 28th, 190.
by indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $200 worth of medicine In
vain, B. F. Aysecue, of Ingleside, N. C,
at last used Dr. King's New i0 PilL
and writes that they wholly cuoed him.
They cure constipation, biliousness,
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25C at all drWg-

J. W. Coulter and family, of BUtch-
toi. visited Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mills
last Sunday.
L. D. Curry and family visited rela-
tives at Coton Plant Sunday.
Dr. S. H. Blitch passed through ouar
burg one day last week going to Ro-
meo to visit some sick folks.
The union picnic has come and
passed and was a grand success.
There was about three hundred peo-
ple present. The day passed off clear
and hot and the cold drink stand did
a land office business. The following
named places were represented:
Montbrook. Morriston, Romeo, Dun-
nellon. Cotton Plant. Berlin. iWIebtoo.
and Jacksonville. Mr. M. Knight,
state president of the F. IL and C. U*
of A.. of Lake City, was present and
made a splendid speech to the trusty
tillers of the soil. He talked an hear
and a half. After Mr. Knight closed
his speech the good ladies from around
Morriston and Standard served a din-
ner that was fit for a king and queen.
All ate hearty and there was enough
left to feed the crowd again.
The afternoon was taken up In con-
versation and music, until about 4:36.


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