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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 3, 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: VID03183
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Set Heuess astling to Clear the
Calendar by the Hour of

Tallahassee, June L.-The House
yesterday paeed the Seate substitute
to prevent the granting of reduced
rates by railroads to certain persons.
Stokes offered an amendment cutting
sheriffs out of passes, and Newton one
to cut ministers from the privilege of
reduced rates, but it was defeated.
eaId Turned Doew
The House received a communica-
tion from Senator Beard askldg that
his recent speech attacking Governor
Gilchrist ina connection with the gov-
ernor's message on the Walles claim,
be spread on the minutes. His com-
munication was laid on the table.
Raeestraek Men Win
At last night's session of the House.
the Sloan bill abolishing betting at
racetracks., was called up and amend-
ed. It then passed the' House by a
vote of 44 to 18. The amendment
provides that the law shall not become
effective until June. 1911. This. It is
argued by the friends of the racetrack
men. will give those who have Invest-
ed money in plants at various points
In the state, a chance to dispose of
their property at a legitimate profit.
It was not expected that the measarq
would be reached so soon.
There will be no revision -of the con-
stitution of thisa state at any time
soon. The Senate has voted down tihe
Cook resolution calling for the ap-
pointment of a commission to revise
the constitution.
The "anti-lean shark" bill put thrn
the House by 'Stokes of F.scambia
passed the Senate last night, ith but
one vote recorded against t. 'that of
Senator Buckman of Dural. It is a
very stringent measure providing
against making loans at usurious
rates of Interest.
An attempt was made to bring up
the Wailes elaim again yesterday.
Senator Henderson offered a resolu-
tion that the secretary be required to
print as an appendix to the journal
the claim of S. I. Walles. The reso-
lution was lost by a vote of 17 to 12,
unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or cold. W. J. Atkins worked as night
watch-an at Bsner Spriang, Tenn.'
Such espoemre gave lian a severe cold
that seWed en bis lungs. At last he
had tO give up werk. 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, hemorrhages, crop and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. Sec and $1. Trial bottle free.
guaranteed by all druggists.

adly Bitts Genrgianm are Net Wil-
ling to Allow Oliver to Leave
the Sb t
Bainbridge, Ga., June 3.-Presidenet
J. D. Oliver, of the Chinax bank, is
still In Jail and insists that he has se-
curitles in a vault In New York to the
amount of W$$3.0*0, and at a meeting
of his creditors yesterday, held Imme-
diately after Hall'a bond was fixed, he
made through his attorneys a propo-
sition to go to New York with any
man that may be selected by them
and that he would there deliver am-
ple money to pay all his creditors.
There were s8oe creditors that
seemed willing to grant Oliver this
privilege, but the attorneys holding
the writ of ne-exeat, refused to com-
ply with Oliver's request.
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief in Fo(ey's Kidney
Remedy, especially from enlarged
prostate gland, which is very com-
mon among elderly men. L. E. Mor-
ris, Dexter. Ky., writes: -Up to a year
ago my father suffered from klIney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced it enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised an o.p-
eration. On aacount of his agt we
were afraid be could not stand it and
I recommended Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy, and the Srst bottle relieved him.n
and after taking the second botte he
was no longer troubled with this com-
plaint." Sold by all druggistS.


Veterans of the Gray Join These of
the Bin at Amderesevie.
Andersonville. Ga.. June-l.-Within
sight of the monument unveiled I-ss
than three weeks ago to the memory
of Capt Henry Wirs, the commander
of Andersonville prison, the graves atf
the 1M722 Union soldiers who gave up
their lives in that prison were /ester-
day strewn with beautiful flowers.
plucked from the soil of Georgia. and
fitting- tributes were paid to their
The day was ideal and the atten-
dance upon the exercises was larger
than in recent years, not a few Con-
federate veterans Joining those whom
they opposed In the sixties, in honor-
Ing the memory of the soldiers of the
northern army who are buried in the
National Cemetery here.

by local applications, as they cannotU|LAID |E IM UnL M
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to curedeaf-
hess, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Harriman. as He Departed for Europe,
Inflamed condition of the mucuous Gave a Plutocratic Reeeat fr the
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When ...ate La d Panic.
this tube is Inflamed you have a rum- La L **
bitng sound or imperfect hearing, and .. .- .
when It entirely closed deaness .~N ew York. June L--On the eve of
the result and unless the namma-fness his departure for European health re-
ton can be takehe ren ut and this nftube sorts. E. H. Harriman analysed the
restored to its normal condition. hear- conditions which had made hi inle
Ing will be destroyed forever: nine te panic ot 1907 a gave hs rea-
cases out of ten are caused by c:..rrh. sons for believing that whatever dan-
which Is nothing but in inflamed con- gers had existed for a return of these
dition of the mucuous surfaces. conditions were now passed
We will give One Hundred Dollars "The business of the country is now
for any case of deafness (caused by -,n a very substantial basis," said Mr.
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Harriman.
Hails Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- "'There was no necessity for the 1907
lars. free. "anic. That panic was directly caused
V. J. CHFNEY & CO.. Toledo. 0. by the extraordinary Landis decision
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's and the general attitude prevailing at
Family Pills for constipation, the time against the railroads and cor-
Iporations generally.
BANKS ARE BEST There is no mistake about thi.
I know what I am talking about be-
Mrs. Shea Has Leaned the Lesson cause I went through it all. It was a
Twonty Th"uMnd Dollars Worth panic of sentiment."
Too Late Mr. Harriman spoke haltingly, often
.topping as if grouping for words to
Seattle. Wash, June 3.-Mrs. George match his thoughts. His voice and
the.olif culutni nn.hta reha tobeenmanner were those of a man worn
the police last night that shn. had been physically. Again and again he re-
robbed of $20.000 in currency. Mrs. verted to the subjects of crops, laying
Shea intended to invest the money in strong emphasis on the point that
property here. / the lasting prosperity of the country
Her husband shipled money tomfd depended upon that and that only.
Hre husband shipped the money to A question as to the ultimate action
her by the Great Northern Express of congress as regards the tariff he
Company, which delivered the pack- dismissed with a shrug, saying:
age to her on Thursday. Yesterday .1 don't think that the tariff legs.
Mrs. Shea on lea4ing her sister's res- latlon will be of much importance.
Idence hid the $20.000 between the Good weather and good crops will
sheets of a bed. On returning home have a much greater effect on busi-
at night she found that burglars had ness than the tariff.
ransacked the house and stolen the A question as to the ultimate reduc-
treasure. tion of the yield of Invested capital
IF YOU KNEW brought only the reply that fifty years
hence 5 per cent. dividends would be
the merits of the Texas Wonder. you considered as remarkable as ten per
would never suffer from kidney, blad- cent. dividends were today. Mr. Har-
der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two riman reiterated his conviction that
month's treatment. Sold by druggists new laws permitting alliances of rail-
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr. ways in order to permit better devel-
E. W. Hall, 29S2 Olive Street, St. opments were necessary.
Louis, Mo. Regarding listing of the securities of
the Harriman roads In the Paris
PLEASURE TURNED TO PAIN Bourse and disposing of $100,000,000 of
--- new bonds abroad. Mr. Harriman said
Sad Fate of a Launch Party on the nothing was further from his thoughts.
Petemka River. "Why go abroad to float a $1S,0,s@o
Washington, D. C.. June' 3.-On4 loan? I could do it here in fve mtn-
person was drowned and five others utes." he said.
narrowly escaped a similar fate in the- Of ship subsidies Mr. Harriman
Potomac river yesterday when a large said:
gasoline launch carrying three young "I lose $400,000 to $50,000 every
married couples caught fire from the year simply for the pleasure of flying
"ei don In the oil tank forcing the the stars and stripes from these boats.
o pants to leap over board 100' yards I had a chance to sell them to ad-
from shore, vantage, but I could not bring myself
Mrs. May Wood. 22 years old. was to having them pass under another
drowned while her husband. Carl 0. flag."

Wood, who made a frantic attempt to
save her, narrowly escaped death, but
was rescue by another launch.

Kidney Troubles Attack Ocala Men
and Women, Old and Young
Kidney ills seize young and old.
Come 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. EK Pfakerson. living at 609
W. Liberty St., Gainesville, Fla., says:
"My daughter was in poor health for
some time. and I am sure that it was
all due to weakened .kidneys. hhe
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 people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
Por sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fioter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
S. P. C. A. Gets After a Columbia, S.
C., Preacher.
Columbia, S. C., June 3.-As a re-
sult of a card by former State Super-
intendent of Education John J. M%:-
Mahan. published in the local morn-
Ing paper criticising the Rev. Arthur
B. Kennedy, assistant pastor of the
First Baptist Church of Columbia for
throwing a shepherd dog. found sleep-
ing in the aisle, out of a window of
the church to a paved drain some nine
feet below while a revival meeting
was being held last Sunday. Officer
Sterling of the local society for the
prevention of cruelty to animals,
swore out a warrant Monday, charg-
ing the assistant pastor with cruelty
to animals.
Sometimes you may be told that
there are other things just as good as
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
That isn't so. Nothing made is as
good as DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills for any ailment of the kidneys
or bladder, which always results in a
-wea back- hackache. rheumatic mains

Every Woman Will be Interested
If you will send your name and ad-
dress we will mall you free a package
of Mother Gray's Australian Leaf, a
certain, pleasant herb and never fail-
ing. If you have pains in the back.
urinary, bladder or kidnty trouble, use
this pleasant union of aromatic herbs.
roots and leaves. All druggists selln t,
50pcents, or address, The Mother Gray
Co.. Leroy; N. Y. 2
Home on Oklawaha avenue known
as the Spellman House, for rent. Ap-
ply to A. G. Gates. 4-14-tf
Anti-German-the Ideal disinfectant.
The Court Pharmacy can supply you
with this elegant preparation when In
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A Geergia Farmer Kins the Yesg
man Who Was Ceurti g His

Helena. Ga., June 2.-Bud Miller. a
substantial farmer, shot and killed a
young man, Tom Poole yesterday, five
miles north of McRae, near Achord.
Both lived in Dodge county, near the
line of Telfair. At the time of the
shooting MIller and his daughter, ts-
ale. 17 years old. were traveling in a
buggy and young Poole was also trav-
eling the same road in a buggy. going
in an opposite direction. They met
and Miller shot Poole twice with a
gun loaded with buckshot, both loads
taking effect and causing Instant
Poole's body fell into the foot of his
buggy and the mule he was driving
went along the road a considerable
distance with the buggy before it was
stopped and the body removed. The
three persons above named were all
that were present at the time of the
Miller has been arrested and is now
in Jail at McRae. No statement has
been given out by him. but it is stated
that young Poole had been courting
Miss Lizie Miller and that the alleged
relations of these young people led to
the killing.

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
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
all druggists.
And Also Lest Half a Miien Dellars,
Which was Within Their Grasp
Newport. Ky., June 3.-After lay-
ing bare treasure to the amount of
$5,0,900, safe crackers lost their
heads here yesterday morning and
fled without taking a cent with them.
The money was in two safes In the
postofflce building. The burglars dy-
namited both strong boxes with nitro-
glycerln. The noise awakened a
number Of people, who looked out of
their windows, but seeing nothing un-
usual, retired again to their slumbers.
It Is supposed that the safe crack-
ers lost their nerve when the deto-
nations awakened the residents and
fled, as later in the morning it was
found that the safes had been blown
open b-'t not a cent was disturbed.

by Indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $200 worth of medicine in
vain, B. F. Ayscue. of Ingleside, N. C.,
at lart used Dr. Kings New Life Plli.
and writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure constipation, biliousness.
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-

The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union held their .regular monthly
meeting yesterday, Tuesday, with the
president in the chair and very active
member present, except one. One lady.
the secretary, walked nearly two
miles In the hot sun but could not be
kept away for such a little thing As
that. The meeting opened by singing
"Work for thenight is coming," read-
Ing of the 34th Psalm and prayer. Aft-
er the reading of the minutes of the
previous meeting and reports from
department superintendents, final ar-
rangements were made for the great
4th of July celebration which will be
held on Saturday, July 3rd. It has
been several years since the people of
Bellevlew have fittingly celebrated the
nation's birthday and we hope that
every one will come out and enjoy the
good time that is in store for them.
beside this: "I want to go on record
as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
as one of the greatest gifts that God
has made to woman." writes Mrs. 0.
Rhinevault. of Vestal Center. N. T.,
"I can never forget what It has done
for me." This glorious medicine gives
a woman buoyant spirits, vigor of
body and Jubilant health. It quickly
cures nervousness, sleeplessness, mel-
ancholy. headache, backache, fainting
and dizzy spells; soon builds up the
weak. ailing and sickly. Try them.

Soc at all druggists.

Mrs. A. 8. J. Wallace made a busi-
ness trip to Martel last Sunday.
Miss Ruby Miller of Martel spent
a few days last week with her sister
Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace.
Mr. A. S. J. Wallace attended the
district conference at Micanopy last
week and reports a nice time.
Mrs. J. W. Morrison and charming
daughters spent part of Thursday aft-
ernoon with Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace and
Messrs. J. W. Morrison and R. H.
Cleveland made a business trip to the
Brick City Saturday.
Mr. W. T. Strickland of Heldtvlle,
came up Sunday and stayed until
Tuesday with Mr. J. W. Morrison and
Mr. RI H. Cleveland made a bui-
ness visit to the Brick City Tuesday.
Mr. Will Perkins of Shady was a
visitor here Saturday night, the guest
of Mr. J. W. Morrisoa.
Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace and aon spent

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,46 'MWf in fWV.!t f --ado g n W real" nI-_redlel rates given In furtherance of
the .i *\, -the lIterests and attendance at the
-'-. -ed m b*. ,ha ea me.e.* a"d to the townspeople for
-"A -,ea- ta -- -the many n co takes shown in pub-
.,- ta s. 1mma111 =g Islg the notices and proceedings of
the meeting. Respectfully.
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S' "t "o W. A. Hammond.e
i ....h e '-heift On motion of General Devant, in
toas .mmnection with the resolution, the
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j -!m .g 3 .. .. ... d hs wdom In SW Mfi rmitles of age. CoL W. I Ditto- ad-
SIL he s w right tjuant general of the brigade, had re-
IsN tha e gMga ef Ut Liet OL ot-p ur Adrm B. Walt- signed and he would ask to have
d-. w L uBsA 6So ,* . Burt.r. r co-Major E. L. Carney appointed in his
of a ng1 Ih g vet -g* tadsr aa See A letter was read from Sister Esther
SrCarlotta. of St. Augustine. president
! g- ." a Wy" i 01O m *d lal !tle i graSprci of the Florida U. D. C.. extending cor-
sm f Setherek tomaho dial and hbeart-felt greetings to the
swat' ut e.T h -eg rsc--ated iyp of civMi second brigade. It was received with
*:-1 :*f .t lureu ni t the Mc of gthe_..reat demonstration and Major Car-
-!,c *W j I U f &3It. I T &I- ithe n6M e toure t w as ordered to m ake a suitable
A Vi 0ome toS the Atteties of reply to same.
sac 1inabr of every emp the re- Among those who spoke at the morn-
as W- mi \1^^^ mii. d110w .r adjtatnto me-intoed byng session were Dr. Thrasher, Dade
at K *W "rw.som adr Id a" urge that each City. M.L Payne, Fairfield. L W.
.. a Spto2?-- activ' ...t.te Jackson""" Gainesville. and W. M.
k5vM .Ains .2%_0--=. ;=- s h--l atfalr by us ca mi Jacksou of Santa Fe. All were elo-
Ss ehe sad %m prd Wor to te t gmera- quent and spoke to the great pleas-
Jr. t h- shat aelted a r of are of all present.
IL SbAll aeer be alghted or our The meeting then adjourned, Gen-
SW y f.erath e uVeterfa. eral Long appointing Gen. Lancaster
". fa.'. aiashal the dirlt of ac- marhl of the procession to march to
is Wa' the seva railroads the Gary Grov1e to partake of the din-
.- rdn -rate, as wail as nerprovided b y the Daughter of.
-i"#, ddleafte No... We mS_ t>>-A asad eif lenuce of r bawo sDicklon Chapter, but General Lan-
SE n.i a.. a- de- 'e-a l-it. T& caster had ta decline because of his
ON. ...W WL NIm Mi tt gratify.ingwealk physical condition, so Col. J. H.
,, W.5S-3? W. S eto our cosagder, and ac-.Lviton was appointed in hist stead
", M. N,. IWW .tsG t he treaportato corn-. The Dinner to the Veterans
sp-- gss y W It-iW. Jases Ta T. the" gu al attendance of the The Daughters' dinner to the vet-
i-. ...._ J. dd . Dagsrs of the Confederay, erans was said on all sides to be th<
A'.:9= 11a a-1g ~a the UlNtod DaOs of the Confederacy, finest ever served to the noble defend-
.-l n a.n- ry ters a from every camp. era of the lost cause. The country
s HM w, th Tl imot i le or unreaoa- people remarked it reminded them
S-: .- ,W andm -i. ceamaUttee respectfully more of their Sunday school, political
g O Adra:* G agl N thet W Or o ur extremely and hurrah picnics in the shades of
'. a C. i m a f. i UvI; Mr. W,. T, Uft l P = pri I tob h% Florida, the rural districts than anything they
a a DL. A. M r. Ocals. we ae te right to xpeatW of each had ever seen In Ocala. No high.-r
SgIa I. .: s, Oisaw.; oth the a*ppIatloM of so small a compliment could be paid to the
SW. 9 Ussash ObWala i "ad- W. pW. o9 this allowance to promote In toothsome spread. It took place in the
A. -" k .' h ia-lM U B -4 eC to t dt e state the preserved Gary grove and the only regret is that
W r ,Wa N-AA Mtl spirit of 0 SrterncitOt-ws citir-.M p the president of the Daughters of the
S at 4 asaA v e h As ort atlm i s Unique t Its Confederacy. Dickison Chapter, Mrs.
al- a t -, M Wdo aul. w-t i yearly .ftnmin1g Alof Fannie R. Gary. was not present, ow-
S-.q to ~t i- I e -ati-mL- n. 5heoM aW s vMat. seme "r. c your committee re- vice president, Mrs. R. G. Blake, did
d. a mmmman that the delegates from this the honors royally.
A4oa& OuB 160apart: I. rl1 the- appoa he- general While the Daughters were spreading
L*u'" ZAWNtiW. 3P8heb.. UW B pmpem to Uthe the dinner. Mrs. Blake presented the
S a" ~~D agmisae* *. ILou:g, go.0 N require any arbitrary crosses of honor to the following:
2 W.ftBn. aUt A t W*p ers as a camp quorUmJ Misxon, of Flemington, Co. C. 2nd
MS $ M rept h fS2r ehb proviseoa some Regiment Florida Cavalry; V. M
Ssasw.r" ft ral s to the number srvf O rvivng eckiner., Berlin. Co. J. 54th Regi-
I SeM s l as aBM m ne qwrum. meat Georgia Volunteers; M. R. Frink,
Tm Q m-- Lg --s that as his gne t "Nm to speak of the woe Berlin, Co. B, 9th Florida Regiment:
wow fkIe s, the meet of the ot the United DDughters of the Con- rank E. Harris,. Ocala,. Co. L, 1t
NSU N A W at U Oak tI Dees. eAftrf IbN d r l .ding ourselves Florida Reserves.
, ft pa fir tk i tlM he aliae loyalty we owe? We Then followed several fervid and pa-
as ages s MI aee pt -e~(s even tear- triotic speeches from General J. C.
-" 'I-is. u t- vwtwrr- and sBf' Devant of Brooksville, on the life and
NOW'0 .a J-p, but s saeU tE- aracter of Jefferson Davis; also th?
Sh -and Me Wreadidg of the ofdficial paper by Marion
.10ggK141thei p" a UPayne, of Fairfield, on the resto'I-
`40 IS1 11161 eu cr law fmrever. Their or- tion of Jeffdrson Davis' name on the
r01mb"Ma'US ,e 5 erpettated though C -in John bridge over the Po.
Os.: an m i, t W ~ e e xtnct, and our own monu- tomae river above Washington, placed
419: W.a M vas "Oii tOfm th A sis the there when Mr. Davis was secretary
0, h*W1ow thOt@ eir memo,. Let Us of war and removed during the wai-
g gm i0 NOaR U iotgour brti- by order of Secretary of War Stanton.
Afs Mo ebh A 110 b 9 10 apnnulte "na brigaw re- It was President Roosevelt who re-
,ek s Wappre ede their Peu4n6, m to stored t. Mr. Payne In a burst of
li B t s the the faostering of ormnalatlon eloquence eulogized the chief of the
'11', l*' the t smo fe-tO TVtera.o Confederacy and paid a glowing trib-
Slit !wt g*--mpmk* m rg* ute to the Daughters. We did not
S t to de -Tray Tw' 5 Wu e a m with pro- hear the eloquent address, but those .
.t ,. -t- t ,~ -vpea--- to t ue ftd th"t W h"W ed adju- who did said it was great.
og& Us- -q tMaO iiaLp t is prWeveted bla with Thert General Long announce dain-
ggg gg gelliil'l-'tlm a flf*'lai- '- bwibM he cheerfl, ner. Dr. W. H. Dodge pronounced the
:; to --bdl o.el _B his. pemte by blessing with a request that all Con-
cb --- .h Led I aln. him Saderates who had to leave on the
ii, t wick thth shl he Iio spilV WMIle they were eating the band
..-- ap,-ly- J-_ sengtel. Under leaders-ip of A. E. Gerig, came
.. ylCIMJ|| i tm we m-gns'eb ther Os every marching up the avenue playing a
R 1.;reaI:ps' to es.ay rate the lgvely air, which struck a responsive
" L upo. the energeae sucesl ad- chord In the hearts of all the old sol-
lf l --Y^l M hm linatism 0t our --abmlel Ii diees, but when the band played
.! :": $ ineu .eu-se-- t g -a g e ins dlllm rul S aP0 t "Dxie" It was too much for several of
i -l y e eappe rm eo ..i.i.. e 1 them, who not only cut the pigeon
R ew, i I a b ys l e1 eBd r g gsx y., wing, but sent up a rebel yell that
m'4 r t m atter rested Ce submitt made the tall timbers of the tre's
!S ,- -- / the. J .C. D*Vui *hake for joy.
i -i to D.A -I 3 H Ja-. A. Jones, a Micanopy veteran,
iB ^ -- 1 ^ -l ."W. T. Woe, was so touched that he cried for Joy.
M'* l **IMJ Gemigl Devat asked the privilege He Had to tell how at 14 years and
H ^'ic~lBl a>w eei t mO se-t this report to Ueut CoL seven months of age he took up his
g-'l. pamies. W. IL Ditto, In Jacksomvlle, which muasket and fought through the war
] -R mm sipeKt e- as af b asinted. After the band had responded several
lE gM-t, a- W_ __ ph oWIarm lnd-ly agreed to give times, dinner was spread for them by

..ft .r -MSW DOWm isee atb P his paper eatalant report the Daughters and the boys ate as
.1ilt _l II 9 D_ ytms al-of inlStes. grati0, for distribution they played.
jl K thism j4t Winie to all the iaps of the brigade. Then came three cheers by the vets
dull It rle saist. edA4 mot ThM tollowedM the report of the in compliment to the Daughters and
i a diplk e 0anM d eiai 1 *em remolutlos, which Is as three cheers for the band.
d MWM I Oi"V e. -p : It was a great meeting and a greater
^ Wf.: lnmI 0et' saor. seltve. hat the thanks of the dinner. The old boys will never for-
Af. tI them an aianc Ualted Coafederate VeteransM Second get the royal hospitality of the Daugh-
-ltA ll lte Brigade, Phlrida DivtiionM are herebM ters. They were talking about it from
411111pr W "Mr toNay at 'i asered to their cities of the city of the ground to the depot and from the
e'1 M. a1 _a he w ic led ees I N kNs astfr the many oWurtesdes shown depots to their homes.
mab a 411,h0me, Dr. Thmsaer imDing Aur reumson; As Andicative of the loyal women
1M w- a ea.etary mttT to 4b ad W. S. Bullock, loyal o t who served and whose bodies and
Sr r hapwrMt aI 3t* ~Ve1teran, for his great hearts were in the cause, we note
a- ru e r it enm att tee n giving us the use of some our eyes caught who were unre-
St" tai aa, wh0m thp ..rthew se for ow eetig: mialtting in waiting on the old vets:
40 a MM& hhe he e SM To tha Daughters of the Confederacy Mrs. . G. Blake, her mother, Mrs.
w kgflktl k seow& r V amay cwartmeska kindly in- Sanders, Mrs. Moorhead. Mrs. Carney,
S. Mrs. Luaeaster, Mrs. Graham, Mrs.
e ~uM a i lhavnb made Ervile. Mrs. Waterman, Mrs. Brumby
0. ftas m* to set upea. Mrs. Gottlieb, Mrs. H. W. Long. Mrs.
m'I ta ba6t woal T l scott. Mrs. Livngston, Mrs. Pyles.
s a y, wh-N Dr. l Mrs. Ray Bullock Mrs. Frank Harris
Simeaid o that the haob Wa - and a score of others we did not know
S 4M. -n 4t w 1G al 3Including a number of young ladies.
Saw tol te h tha a*r Surely could no body of men be
liif l pa. Ol*ecaal hea hWWI Xserved better or with more gracious
an a a6 i hla m eas- .lCw JlC attention than these heroic men re-
dlM aw i t11 aal --0 _j mlcelved at the hands of the Ocala
H d OG Je poem Daughters and their descendents.
SB a One or the incidents of the afternoon
[ cthe li telm a a atD *I-- was a patriotle and beautiful speech
[] j tB 0the aft O f. T _esa ... made by Dr. Thrasher of Dade City.
J11-1 At A Mwho is to overflowing wi tooverflowing with senti-
Sa a o the at* n a i meat about the dear Daughters and
Sfte a OW 4M or at nl ever can say enough In praise of
m vy'Ati"r. W f fV DAYi T them and their graces and virtues.
a9P a* taa the a l--" Sentiment and poetry combine in the
du It ft m .e ;i a T:01 pa, Bm. mind and heart of this loyal son of
i- 111 Dixie and so enthused does he be-
SS.; 1'. I3. ~USg Miese by SW e I re irse stwee Aeh come at their gatherings that you can
i r Awa, O ,a-; 1 always depend his only safety is to
i 311kA,, IV.. I 1I Blif t the pressure and let the muse of
39. swam. AQBMBS em a o teopoetry voice his sentiments.
f llill. IR-...W a ahad Lam Most of the delegates left for their

Tom Pritchtt, the promoter t J
Candler, will please accept the thanks
of the Star force for a sixty-pound.
melon. J. C. Whee!er will also accept
our thanks for bringing said melon to BoMrding
the city. and It was In this way. J. C., Boys from 8 to
came up on the midnight freight., lectual. Moral
which stopped at the freight depot. J. Pool. Complete
C. had another sixty-pounder for Recreation Roo.
himself. J. C. wag lamenting that he;
didn't know how he was going to get Api
his big melon to the Star office. A
brakeman said the train would slow up!
at the Star office. But instead of 'tS
slowing up the train went by at a 10-
mile an hour gait, and the brakeman*
landed one of the melone at the plumb-
Ing shop and J. C. got the other off at
the postofflce, but the train was going i
so fast the brakeman nearly got left. h
No place of business was open so J. C.'
left his melons in the brick pile and Ta
this morning carried the editor over.
to inspect said brick, and judge of his
surprise when down in the midst of
them he saw two sixty-pound melons..

Judge F. J. Titcomb. of Dunnellon.
was in town yesterday attending the
reunion. The judge is said to be the
youngest .soldi-r in the Confederate
service. He did gallant service in the
arsenal at Savannah when only 11
years and eight months old in 18S2.
and remained at it all through the
war and was present and helped to
load the ferry in Savannah just before
Sh,-rman's army crossed over into the
city on Christmas day. 1S64. If there
were any younger s. tual service for the- cnus., we have
not heard of them. He was also pwes-
ent in the spring of 1862 when Gen-
eral Gilmore of the Union forces bom-
barded and took Fort Pulaski. a scene
this writer also saw and participated
in. We went through the big gap
made by the shot of Gilmure's guns.
One of the prominent v,-torans who
attended the reunion wa.s Mr. F. A.I
Hester. mayor of Williston. Mr. H. isi
one of the successful farmers and
cuke growers of that section. He has:
been very successful, as most of hip
neighbors have been and it is reported
the vaults of the Williston bank arec
bulging with the long green. Three
hundred cars of cukes went out 4fl
Williston this season.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hoffman. of
Gainesville. have ended a pleasant
visit to the Misses Annie and Katiel
Hillman of Anthony. Mr. Hoffman is
a United States government timber
agent. Mrs. Hoffman Is a very bright
and pleasant woman whom it Is a
pleasure to meet. -
Mr. Frank Lytle and his charming
daughter. Miss Maggie. of Stanton.
came up yesterday between trains.
Mr. Lytle. we are sorry to say, came
up to consult a physician. He is not
Cars art out announcing the mar-
riage of Miss Katie Bell Peters, of
Memphis, Tenn., .to Mr. David Collins
Gillett, of Tarpon. Date. June 16, at
7 o'clock, at Grace church. Memphis,
Tenn. The groom is the promising
son of ex-Mayor Gillett of Tampa, and
formerly a well known Marion county
orange grower and nurseryman on#
South Lake Weir,
J. C. Wheeler. with the International
Harvester Company. and one of its up-
to-date agents, delighted a host of his
Ocala friends yesterday by giving
them a spin in his International Har-
vester auto. It rides as easy as a
rocker and glides around curves like
a swan.
Charles E. Foy, Sr., little daughter,
Essie, and Miss Gleason, after wit-
nesslng the marriage ceremony of Mr.
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Instructions to the Ocala Rfles. Conm-
pany A., Second Regiment Inf try,
S. T. 1
Ocala, Fla.. May 20, 1t.
Order No. 5.
Pursuant to A. G. 0. No. 7. you are
hereby ordered to assemble at the ar-
mory in Ocala, Fla., Sunday, June I,
1969. at 3:30 p. m., for the purpose of
encampment to be held at Black Point,
on the St. Johns River, June $ to 15
Members of the Dunnellon platoon T 1
will report at Dunnellon by 9 at. m
June 6th, where transportation will be
furnished the platoon to Ocala.
Members may report at Ocala direct
if preferred.
Furloughs can only be granted bi
the colonel. Application for t -mpm.
should be addressed to Col. P.. X.
Schuller. commanding Second Regi- i
ment of Infantry, Orlando, Fla., and.
mailed to me at once.
Furloughs will only be granted for 1 U
the most urgent reason. m
Members not attending and whieLe
have no furloughs will be severely
;dealt with.
Blankets will not be carried to camp.
They will be furnished men on arri-
val by the state.
All service uniforms will be taken
to camp, and must be freshly launder-
Each man will provide with at least
two changes of underwear, comfort-
able shoes, high top on broad last n|-
ferred (tan). The shoes can be pur- F !
chased from camp at government .. Am
$2.65, the sum to be deducted from

Campbell.' returned to their Belleview fay-
home. Mr. Foy. Sr., is pleasantly re- Each man will provide himself wfth
membered as a former resident of this at least four pair of white glovs,
city, having engaged in the real estate two blue chambray or gingham shirts
business here prior to his leaving for and all necessary toilet articles.
Port Inglis. where he ran a hotel until By order GBO. A. NAi,.
impaired health compelled him to seek Capt. 2nd Infty. Comdg. Pot.
rest at Belleview. where he purchas-
ed the Bogert home. Since his illness SAVED IN TIME
he has fallen off from 160 to 130
pounds, but thinks now he is over the Last Friday Mrs. Paul Fore of Con-
worst and again on the up grade. We ner. missed her baby. Immediately
wish him a speedy restoration to per- she began a hurried search for the
feet health. missing child and found it In the wat.
er of the lake. The fright paralysed
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles entertain- her. She could not move, but her ale-
ed the following guests in their usual ter missing Mrs. Fore, sought her aad
hospital manner Tuesday at a 6 o'clock reaching the water's edge, beheld the
dinner, namely: Mr. and Mrs. D. E. I baby floating out on the water. In-
Melver. Mr. A. E. Owen, Dr. Mcin- stantly she dashed Into the water.
tosh. Mr. and Mrs. George Ma.-Kay, 'seized the child and brought It safely
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Anderson. to shore. But none too soon, as the
child had already Imbibed a great deal
J. C. Wheeler went down to Candler of water.
to look at his orange grove yesterday. I
- -- C. H. White, father of Joe White.
with Martin & Carn. is attending the
That r A Tcan wr-ets ato i reunion. Mr. White now resides at
Plants which potiM the most vuabhe Plant City. Twenty-five years ao Mr.
medicinal virtues is abundantly attested White was the lord of WhlitesT ,
by scores of the most eminent medical now known as Summerfleld. He was
writers and teachers. Even the nntu- then the leading farmer and merchant
toured Indians had discovered the useful of the place and a citizen of no mean
aesa of many native plants before the ability. He was everybody's friend,
advent of the white race. This informal black or white, and a better and purer
Uon, Imparted freely to the whites, led minded man does not draw breath. His
the latter to continue investigations until many friends are Indeed pleased to see
to-day we have a rich assortment of modt him again.
aluable American medicinal roots,
S< Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lummus are en-
Dr.Plerebellevesthat ourAmeieat pertainingg Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Doug-
ste nd toI mass valuable medicinal ot lass of Arch Creek, near MiamL. Thaey
tolthec most ostinate and fattal d reached Ocala yesterday afternoon.
,tIfwq p oerly 9 vestigae theb. j Mrs. Douglass is Mr. Lummus' sister.
eauMtna tbof this conviteon. he
..Sa .s.m by -M! R. L. Ellison, a young tracker of
.e ."wi has aAV.t Williston. attended the reniaon, but
I .t M trme iiver Inv, had to return home this morning to
at. kat~t4onke and regulator. ad look after his tomato crop. r. IE
m e prtO 1t e1c i icitatenc C ys- formerly worked for Mr. Will Edwards
and even vlvul and other o of the cit market.
the heart st l to Its curative acti. The
sn=so wf It cures these and many otbe The following veterans came In yes-
affections. s early shown la a little book terday afternoon: D. C. Wylee, J. A.
CC extracts ftmmtheestandardmedicalwork@ Weisner. W. W. Best, M. P. BIs...
wh Is nld fre to anyadd by I. and D. L. Geiger from the Melato l.
Pleor tef ffao toFairfleld, Flemington and Geiger see-
t ions to enjoy the reunion.
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Masom me, tonight.
Red Meb meet this evening.
Meet me at the drug store on the
Mr. Charles Culbreath has gone to
St. Petersburg for a visit.
Mrs. J M. Jackson of Miami is at
the Montezuma.
Mr. J. W. Bagle. of Dutton. Ga.. is *a
guest of the Ocala House.
' Mr. Dixon H. Irvine of Orange Lake.
is at the Ocala House.
Mrs. John W. Brown, of Wildwood,
6 a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. L. B. Varn of Brooksvillk. is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
Huckleberries are ripe and plenti-
ful. Now for the pie.
Met-t me at the drug store/An the

Mr. James A. Jones of Micanopy lit
at the Montezuma.
Mr. C. B. Thrasher of Dade City. is
a guest of the Montezuma.

Mrs. C. H. Lloyd went down !o,
Woodmar yesterday afternoon to vi..t1

FR. D. Beck. a veteran from Mont-
brook. Is in the city attending the re-

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Davis and child-
ren of New York. are guests of the
Ocala House.
Messrs. John Pasco, E. W. Knox. P.
N. Sessions, of Tampa, are guests of
4the Ocala House.
Mrg. H. M. Hampton has returned
from Green Springs, where she spent
two weeks.
Major R. A. Green. the commission
man of Ocala and everywhere, is at
the Ocala House.

The Montezuma hotel had fifty ar-
rivals yesterday and again turned
away applicants for rooms.

Mr. IL A. Detterich, proprietor of
-the Maitezuma Barbershop, is Ill at
his home ia the first ward.
A The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
4t 1e of toilet articles and
rourr lansection.
I. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
handle elk typewriter ribbons, 756c.
each; .$70 per doen.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those 8-inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
John Stevens of Odessa and brother
of C. C. Stevens of Berlin, is attend-
"ttag the reunion.
R. C. ravis & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Mrs. Edwkrd Mclntosh of Clearwa-
ter, is the guest of Mrs. Bd Carml-
Mrs. C. H. Bennett of Coleman, with
her little baby are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Walters.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Carn are visit-
ing Mrs. Carn's relatives at Island
Grove for a few days.
Quite a crowd of Wllliston veterans
returned home this morning. They
couldn't wait for the dinner as their
tomato crop awaited their attention.
MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta, Ga.

Mrs. J. P. Hillburn of southern Col-
lege. will arrive in town early next
week for a visit to her sisters, Misses
Margaret and Pauline Peace.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Masters and
little daughter of Williston, are in the
city visiting Mrs. Masters' sister, Mrs.
C. J. Phillips.

We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported chIna In many dif-
ferent pleee. The Anti-Monopoly

Mrs. Barnett, of Jacksonville. form-
enly Miss Pooser of this city. is a guest
of the Ocala House. She dined last
evtiing with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walt-

There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come in and look It over if
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings A Co
Mr. D. W. Tompkins has returned
from a business trip to Green Springs.
where he made a contract with the.
proprietors of the spring" to get water
from there for himself and friends.
Mr. Griff Kilgore. of Wildwnod. in-
formed a Star reporter yesterday that
Mr. Svler and Mr Close of Ladyv Ink.

The court disposed of two cases yes-
terday, both negroes, one for hog
wrecking and the other for tapping
the till at the Theus-Zachry Furni-
ture Company. The former was re-
leased and the latter convicted.
We do not know of any other pill
that is as good as DeWitt's Little
Early Risers, the famous little liver
pilla-small, gentle, pleasant and sure
pills with a reputation. Sold by all

Peter Hull. a former resident of
Reddick. but now a citizen of Jack-
sonville, is in town looking after the
shipment of melons in this sectlog. His
many old Ocala friends are Indeed
glad to see him,
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-
J. D. Devarn, of Reddick, a trucker,
was a guest of the Montezuma yester-
E. M. Dilly. the Winsted manufac-
turer, was a guest of the Montezuma
yesterday, as were E. G. Means, a dry
goods salesman and Dr. H. W. Henry,
of Lake Weir.
W. M. Blitch of Santa Fe and com-
mander of the Stonewall Camp of Vet-
erans at Gainesville. is attending the
reunion. Mr. B. belongs to that num-

The Eagles' minstrels will give their
performance at the armory theater to-
night. We hope the house will be finl-
ed. The people should have enough
local pride to go to see one of the best
home talent attractions ever put on In
this pie,:e it will amply pay you for the
boys are in fine trim and have had
gool practice, a full rehearsal last
night and will give you more than
your money's worth. There will be
some fine specialties, excellent music.
beautiful costumes, solos and one of
the best male quartets ever heard In
this city. Don't fail to be there.


Misses Stella. Nina. Nettle and Ca-
rita Camp entertained their little
friends to the number of about forty
most delightfully yesterday afternoon
on the spacious lawn at the home of
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Camp on the heights.
The little people played the usual
games so dear to children's hearts on
the lawn until the light shower came,
when they finished the afternoon on
th- spacious porches. One of the
features that gave the children su-
preme delight was the huge Jack
Horner pie, secreted in the mysterious
Idepths of which were many pretty
favors, one for each child. A ribbon
was attached to each present and the
ends protruded from the "pie." There
were pink ones for the boys and blue
ones for the girls. Each child drew
out the ribbon assigned to It at the
signal and secured a pretty souvenir of
the party.
Dainty refreshments were served to
the little folk by Mrs. Camp and her
assistai.ts. The children will long re-
member with pleasure the jolly after-
noon spent with the little Misses

Mr. H. H. Whitworth of the Hia.
watha Lake Dairy commenced today
to make an afternoon instead of a
morning delivery of milk. though the
morning delivery, as well. was made
for this, the first day. The cows will
In future be milked from 12 to 2
o'clock, the milk cooled in the patent
cooler, and brought right In town
and delivered to the customers. Mr.
Whitworth thinks the new arrange-
ment will be an Improvement over
the old in many respects.
The Ocala House had 41 arrivals
yesterday and with the many regular
guests and "hold overs" in the house,
almost every room in the building was

"The Tourist and the Dervish" at
the Air Dome tonight will make you
smile, and a "New EMltlon of Ingo-
man" is interesting. *True Until
Death" is a very good little story.
Don't fail to see them.
400 ladies' trimmed hats. worth up
to $4 each, $1.98 while they last. At
the Globe.
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 them.
Mrs. May Bingham, of the Star of-
fice returned this afternoon from a
week's visit to Bartow and Winter
Haven, her former home.
A. L Taylor, of the Rents Lumber
Co. at Port McCoy, was In town to-
day. Mr. Taylor had the misfortune to
fall off a wagon several weeks ago
and break his right arm.
Many of our citizens are driftig to-
wards Brights disease by nele:tin
symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble which Foley's Kidney 1I0me ly
will quickly cure. Sold by all drug-

Mrs. Ed Carmichael is enjoying a
visit from her father and lovely little
niece. Mr. R. H. Wilkins and Marguer-
ite Plummer of Anthony. Mr. Wilkins
came especially to attend the reunIon.
Miss 'Chita Kendrick, daughter of
Captain William Kendrick, is In the
city a guest of Mrs. Howse, and at-
tended the reunion festivities.


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The following program will be ren-
dered by the Metropolitan Band Fri-
day evening at 8:15 o'clock:
1. Indian intermezzo. "Ralnbow"-J.
B. Lampe.
2. Schottische, "Four Little Black-
berries"-L. B. O'Connor.
3. "Zaralda Polka" (Mr. H. W. Tuck-
er-F. H. Losey.
4. Selection. "El Trovatore"-Verdi.
5. Coloniai intermezso,. Priscilla-
S. R. Henry.
6. Genii waltzes (by request)-M.
7. Intermezzo two-step. "A Terrible
Turk"-Egbert Van Alstyne.
S. Selection. "Remicks Hits No. 3"-
J. B. Lampe.
A. E. Gerig. Director.
Tickets for the Eagle Minstrel at
the armory theater this evening are
on sale at the Ocala News Co.
Those of our citizens and the visit-
ors within our gates who assembled
at the Main street baseball diamond
yesterday afternoon to witness the
initial game of the season, between
Orlando and Ocala, had the pleasure
of seeing one of the best and cleanest
games ever played on the diamond.
Although the score was one to noth-
ing at the close of the ninth inning,
In favor of the visiting team, those
who saw the game were perfectly
satisfied with the result, for though
Ocala lost, the boys on the home team
played good ball and every one is
proud of them.
The only run of the game was made
in the fifth inning by the Orlando
team on an error, and from then on It
was a closely waged contest Galloway.
who plays- with the team as a regular
player this year. distinguished himself
at the bat yesterday and promises to
make a hard hitting player. Harris
pitched a good game and made several
good plays, retiring the visiting team
at crucial moments. The visitors
showed up well in the field, for It was
upon their good field work that the,,
game was won. Ocala making nine
hits during the game as against four
for the visitors.
The same teams will play again this
afternoon, and it is said that Bennett
has a surprise in store In the way of
a pitcher, who has the speed and the
benders. Come out and see the game;
you'll never regret It. The Orlando
crowd is composed of home boys, gen-
tlemanly young men, whom it is a
pleasure to meet. They know how to
play the game and there is a treat In
store for the fans today and tomorrow.

- They are handed down from parent
to child, and If there Is a defect in a
parents eyes It Is more than likely to
be found in the eyes of the child alse.
Red Uds, styes, or Itching, burniag
muscular troubles that can be over-
come by using proper glasses.
Eyesight fpeallt,.
Ocala, Fa.
Offce Hours: 9 to 12 a. a. sad
1:30 to 4:30 p. I. Optical office
aad laboratory. room 9 ad 4 Ory
Among the veterans in attendance
today were C. C. Stevens, Berlin;
Newton Knoblock. Martin; Tom J.
SIstrunk. Berlin: L. D. Geiger and M.
L. Payne. of Fairfield.
Mr. J. A. Pittman, after the excel-
lent Daughters' dinner left for Jack-
sonville to visit his son, Dr. James A.
Pittman and on Saturday will leave for
the big reunion at Memphis.





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The :-P-- lB p- -- "
The i* ZOOeare M twif -
The tpy bsI clr e N eg
A"d the ptg amg tiWt.
The &%o ftS O& a
The seaw rryhme am at
And them what Is gaW a

Not yet, but Jume.
The wedding and the wedeghts

And the much emhanuaed elatme
The difner, amd the shoes mdg
The deard ol bahsymeam
Ad love's young aeam su tLAW
Not yet, but J .

The nd.1 e and the hJ"m kh
The em y an the adase--
The eam when ttleu Jotm
All standln the sIgoi "AM Ing
Or some such fttng t a,
And two little re an thity isk-
Not yet, but June.
The picnic and the happy Ma.
The dinner In the shade
The scream when little JoMa y gtk
Falls In the lemomadL.
The soul-mates strollag hand in heMd
-Not married yet, but smam,
And the little red-bugs at the eag-
Not yet, but June.

June was dedicated by the 3mm r
to love and marriageand was thw e
fore named for Juno, whose
was thought to more nearly w (pit
that of the average married we m a
than anything that had happened up
to that time.
Juno married Jupiter, one of the
best and most ekemplary of gods, iv.
ing him her simple trust and a Ma
rope compatible with a reaes i e' l-
joyment o t liberty thou gh t .ad t
Nevertheless they had menot been a
red long enough even to et dI e uemesT t iU IM
that they were suited to each ether, -
when the bride made the terril dl- iI"
covery that the co-owaer of her wed-
ding presents and the man who .W'as rLoW ,
to flag the family breadwagom w idt an 0 =m M b mO .
affinity. "mI
Fortunately, though it had proven toI I '
be with gods as it Is with men, it was R t
not with goddesses as it Is with we-
men. Juno had a come-bak comnAi.
to her, and she got busier than u Con Delai.m C"~"a I ':,
mother robin rustling worme. I W ,,..
turned her husband's aaffinity latb a
heifer, and set Argus to water V- AT sr
her as a shepherd. Argus had a hun- A
dred eyes, and do what he coun, .Iiwf"
Iter could not cateh hi at all .. .... ... ..
around and steal the hetfer away teg- Wit wl e aO M d Wa.- ,
him. As-a last resort be seant eor- Wi t ,. all UIR, l
cury to slay him. After trying every- *Mgfto 4 mp r Je w eli b-*
thing else, Mercury told him that l~6 teeae the d 1 e t
Bryan was elected, and lhe feB dead. 41a ald wit tea.l4 JIg.f th ..
Juno took the eyes of Aru and itrgo nmsfr a' MON & aed':
them In the tii on a -ft M aofa a.K- .--.e w ie,
we may see them any ntheieleg la the a
the country -Wtuind us u .O I. ..: a*
est of domiestic tragedles ay -i'
from the history of June. '' W
The wedding march win M l t abhe thato. i
And the quail will get to ppla thi te t
The Muse will rouee the village bita, w be dto he the '-.
And Patten's wheat will ripe. -Ta ewiam as e "
The old self-binder will come out "d Ma o M h e W bl
And sing a few sweet stansas to the Aa dA0 d. 0 5t a
And the eoHege gradeale wi B seeut II I W .
And hit the trail for Kanma. m pe Mir. J1ame imS"
Come out with us at harvest dimw Joseph &G, CeL __ ,.'n A04
when the sickle sinas at mlaowitg trya:Mr. Wes W. Allr w h
when the rose Is blooming la the Seld. vnav1 aa Mr. A tt l J.
and the breath of Juneis tnbleowin WI. he ,mag "
when the goMem hateset etbs and 'Nreem tW e .: .P -f I : M
flows in undultitn billows, i 'the. J7M ts imAbl it mi
water boy 1 fast asleep dowa whee Theeft'B e
the grass e green ade deef benath* fclipse (W aagM ttV
the shady wiliwe. -at a e of*tpe e .
There's nothing lke l "ywhm 4Whlo g^18g ..
upon the earth or over, theI air i wa e vllte.w iIe nB I. P
fresh and fragrant with the sweet Aaerica, emept the
breath of the clover, the bWids are p-lea and the euMlpe e the .
singing operas, and the poultry is a- be ~tbe as a pa edl ve i n" t
sunning, and the- .old familiar dineerlSid t ateo w at eimit emo
bell sets everybody running. ThereI *2OM t a MttM&wa trehm a NAM
may be men in Marathons that run a c~- h T tas ue -T, 'Ar -. -' ,
mile a minute, but it's a queseUaM pL mI Chrl Tqmea The at
St. Yves or Longboat would be in It these pht mea wi- he t-i ,
if he were working in a field, though ftAhing better th e It s I '/ -
many times a winner, iad a bunch of yeaw. & bria the Jb$ rn .
twenty harvest hands knocked et to M$, whit h wM P Bg .B ...
go to dinner. ra.lg fr a IOeW s m.
It's simply wonderful the way r e t
A harvest hand gets going-t feil .Si.em ed
You look at him one Instant at f tem
You see him calmly mowing. I g -'""
You wouldn't think If forty bells.
Should ring that he would Ant thea n MM S. W
them,. thoe oe dN:..
Or if ten banquets beckoned him Wll AN h lIttle brother aNB
That he would venture near the. Of what we save the rits
He looks as whipped out as a ra, -
And dead to all attraction-
But you want to hear the dinner bell
To see his triple action. '
You want to see him double up i
As if he had the colic,I ,- -- i-
And tear th field up setting out- --
Upon that little frollc. lo T tm
It is as If the 'fumes of beas .
Had reached him, or the1 vi"o !/n -/ .'
Of chicken had appeared to him, '
Or else that some lyslaan
Mirage had show him corn cake.s, pie, -
Fresh biscuits, or food such as PIANO TMI-
Gods eat teased him, keeping just .* i -
Outside his eager clutehes. Bl5pS e RAy e, ;
The meadowlark willn chirp and ulha i i n JaS-gh b i '..
and the bumblebee will bumble. th% 20. A. M. dr. S-tt-
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A beautiful wedding service took
place In St. John's M. E_ Church South
on Sunday. May 30th. 7:30 p. m. The
contracting parties being Miss Hattie
Rae Barco of Cottn Plant and Mr
Martin Luther Reynolds of Ocala. Two
hundred cards were sent out and the
church which has a setting of two
hundred was comfortably filled. The
church was handsomely decorated.
Miss Clare Bryan of Terrell presided,
at the organM. At 7:25 the bridal par-
ty arrived at the church and to the
strains of Mendelssohn entered in the
following manner; Mr. and Mrs. Will-
iam MeCreight Barco, Mrs. William
Edwin Veal. matron of honor, little
Misses Rachael and Helen Veal. flower
girl, Miss Carrie Barco as maid of
honor entered with the bride, while
Mr. William Edward Veal acted as
beat man. the party forming a hollow
square In front of the chancel rail
where the Rev. W. J. Nease. pastor
of the church in his usual impress-
ive style performed the ceremony ac-
cording to the Methodist ritual. Aft-
er the ceremony the bride and groom
with their relatives repaired to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Veal where
Ice cream and cake were served. Alt-
er an hour's enjoyment the happy
couple left In an automobile for Ocala.
where they will be at home to their
friends after July first. The bride
was attred In a lovely batiste, trim-
med In baby. Irish and val lace, made
princess effect, and carried a beau-
tibul bouquet of ferns, bride's roses
and lilies of the valley. The groom
looked well in a suit of conventional
black. Many elegant presents were
displayed. Mrs. Reynolds is a sister
of Mrs. C. R. Veal with whom she has
made her home since the death of her
parents several *ears ago. She has
many friends who will miss her gen-
ial smiles and sunny disposition, but
wish for her a long life of happiness.
Mr. Reynolds Is a man of fine physi-
que, good character and noble quali-
ties. For several years he engaged In
teaching school but now holab a lucra-
tve position in Ocala. His friends
all over the country wish for him and
hib wife success and happiness. Mr.
A. M. Hunter a prominent phosphate
man attended the wedding and visit-
ed friends in Cotton Plant who are al-
ways glad to se him.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bell of Dunnel-
Jo% visited the parents of the latter
at Cotton Plant on Sunday and at-
tended the Reynolds-Barco wedding.
"Btuckshot" Williams, conductor on
the Ocala and Homassassee run is
making improvements on his bear
ranch. T. W. Simpson is doing the
Miss Claire Bryan of Terrell, spent
several days in Cotton Plant assisting
In the wedding preparations. She has
many friends here who are always
glad to see her.
Messrs. Harley and Pat Reynolds of
Lynne attended the wedding Sunday.
It's a woman's delight to look her
best, but pimples, skin eruptions, sores
and boils rob life of Joy. Listen!
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them:
makes the skin soft and velvety. It
glorifies the face. Cures pimples, sore
eyes, cold sores, cracked lips; chapped
hands. Try it Infallible for piles.
25c at all druggists.
The Masonic lodge held a meeting
on Saturday night of last week and
about forty-five members were pres-
ent Several from the Levon section
were over, Mr. Hightower of Heather
Island, and we noted the following
from Ocala: Mr. Gottlieb. Mr. Judd,
Mr. MeGahagln. Mr. Bouvler and oth-
ers we did not learn the names of. All
enjoyed the moonlight ride down in an
automobile. Rev McCloud of Jackson-
ville was also present Five members
were given the third degree on that
night and a supper was also served by
the members of this lodge, which con-
sisted of sandwiches, all kinds of
crackers and hot coffee, and it was
enjoyed by all present.
The Belieview baseball team played
with Levon on Saturday, and it was a
very interesting game in favor of Le-
von. We all had a good time, especi-
ally those who went on the straw ride.
The following are the ones who
went to Levon In the wagon on a
straw, ride to see the ball game Sat-
urday afternoon: Mr. Needham Nix
and Miss Lorena Freeman, Mr. Henry
Smith and Miss Creola Nix, Mr. Fisk
Bryant and Miss Irene Thompson,

Mr. Guy Smith and Miss Miriam
Thompson, Mr. Willie Lucius and.Mr.
Willie Lyles, and Mrs. Whisenant and
baby. A jolly good time was had and

'" 41the return home by the beautiful
moonlight was delightful and the trip
will be long remembered.
Several other buggies went over.
some of which were: Mr. Jean Handi-
son and sister, Mrs. V. D. Pratt and
IN S E* PMrs. M. A. Dudley, Miss Edna Nich-
ols. Mr. R. C. Ridge, Raymond and
f 7lM ank Gale. Rev. Nichols, Mr. Edgar
Pelot and Hary Baxter, of Candler.
who was a valuable -pitcher in the
game on the Belleview side. to whom
the Belleview boys extend thanks. The
*hd wi t ^ ^-Iiba p. A@2 2game resulted in Levon winning. but
A it was a very interesting game and
t a greatly enjoyed by all.
Mrs. J. A. Freeman left Sunday for
009s 3Issi dl d~ MsstsS Citronele to spend a week with her
amgm' PW~a Uh h ArNOWS Sr'S X e n it m; husband, who is working there.
__- M rbdrtd d T &Mrs. Ridley has Just had her fence

]PO-Di iTel.its appearance. Josh Johnson did the

--,. Mr. Jack freeman. brother of Mrs.
ea u Mie Meret~.,,- ~ "a~ *"J. A. Freeman of this place, came up
Topmb -Sunday on the train from Oxford and
spent the night, going on to Shady
Odge" m r* lupy- Grove Monday morning.
a a a- -a_-e Melon shipping Is the order of the
ial Imuy Sp e -ls ed s=immadday now. Several carloads will leave
ilndl -ibAl meem'--. Mi b haiob =inM F n here this we-
Ul Full A S=Ups "4 =A The Baptist eIce cream supper on
w UferPgwe LI ftea inhS o Fri day night was largely attended and
S..W -.. .. ._.* greatly enjoyed.
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(Continued from last week's paper.)
The campaign banner was earned
by Northeastern district, gaining five
societies. and will be (ared for by the
energetic Pomona worker.
About half of the state officers left
Florida during the year. and several
departme-nts thus were neglected stat-s
officially. The secretary gave about a!
third of her time to press work, havy-
Ing space in about eighteen Florida
newspaper averaging twelve articles
printed each week. The editors and!
local reporters have helped us much'
In putting news of our great organi-
zation betfre the readers of Florida
One general plea for undenomina-
tional causes was sent out from In-,
terlacht-n and numt-rous mentions
made in tres% s!ac. Endeavorers
give generously for vari,-d benevo-j
lences, but w,* cannot give. statistics.
of amounts given f.,r any special
The Qui+.t Hour and Tenth Legion'
superintendent. Rev. M. G. Richard1
left us for a northern state, and as no:
one was appointed to fill his place lit- i
tie was done in busine-ss like methods
in these important ways of growing
in Christian Endeavor life as individ-
ual workers. District superintendents
await the choosing of a state leader
in this convention. and the work will
then go on more rapidly in the year
Citizenship superinte.d. nt. Rev%
Hanscom outlined a monthly
of study in his important branch of
stat-, progressiveness. This was
printed on the mimt-ograph to be
posted on the wall of prayer meeting
ro,,ms. Mention each month was also
made in press news and the state
songs sang at the district conventions. I
The correspondence, or as it is now
called in other states, "Instruction
Department." has received some at-
tention by the secretary, but not near
afl it deserved. In clos- connection
with this plan for unselfish endeavor
service comes the "Sunshine Corner."
Greetings have been sent into almost
every state and Provincial Union. as
well as in our own home land, Flor-
ida. The work has been of great com-
fort to Its superintendent, but what
was its results otherwise cannot bI.
The leader of Memorial Home Ac-
tivity. Miss Cora L. Peet. wa.s one of
the officers to leave us, whose place
was never filled. But several remind-
ers have been sent out and the con-
tributions larger than in some years.

Throajh 1 -dEd

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The "Discovery" conta o alcohol and nibii
its every ingredient printed on i wrappers. T m PU
it in a class distinct from the ordimay s secret rumir^ -
ltionship. Phyicatm, tereore, do not Sheste to pmcribe H
indigestion, torpid liver r biliam and ima skd and id
of intelligence and keen d=scernm.Cw empgoy .it R
glyceric extract of native medicinal roo of ret ct'
no case do harm to either child or adult The aUfe b i irea
You can learn more about this time'proven popular D v
the People's Comamon Sense. MedicalAdvier, by Dr. R. V. Pierce
revised, up-to-date edition of which is nowffred, in cOth i
for 31 cents in one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing Or; or ml-
ers 21 cents. Address: World's Dispensary Medical Amociation,
M. D., President, 663 Main SteM, Buf SoA N. Y.



though not near all they should have '. A
State treasurer. Mr. Conklina. left I
us for medical missionary training
and his place was faithfully filled by- -
Mr. Hawley, of Gilmore. The year la a1 Nor* aflt sat N'Td ,- ,.. Ow 'AL
closing with almost an empty treas- __. .
ury. but only one debt not entirely t

President Winnard has rendered an- O
selfish service when cumberedd wit T -- : + Wi' '. ;b'
many cares" in pastoral ever-pres- Tl 5 I is ways np d w th t
ent obligations. SIe a (rflt atem ok1 1 0the w u atd IN ,%
This ends the secretary's ninth year
of State Union work. During the past Gol room- and O -Of -a te -
year about three months were spent
in Endeavor visitations, and five dis-
trict conventions were attended. When
at home an average of seven and MRa& RO-BUT
half hours each day have been given
gladly in service for our UnIaleo ..
Nearly 1.600 letters were writtenm. ver
500 cards and at least 900 rolls of elr-
culars and literature were sent out.
With the help of her mother the se--""
retary printed about twenty-five kids in w l" ny e"a& at ta-
of mimeograph letters, etc, averaging b Lea*, to b*b. b --r- et',
from 50 to 150 copies of each. IL Safls R tI, R Ihtr a msm-haml7 l lS
This twenty-first state convention p e n C asBi l WrIIi 'it or el
with its number of willing hearted what you l wh av wwr It is.eatd.
delegates ready to receive inspiration . .- d33 C
from our beloved Dr. Clark. Is really PPHONI 341 B TWMW' MANKtIT AND LI OT. O1
the threshold of the new year. For
friendship and kindly words, works
and sunshinery faces of our comrades,
I am grateful. May God bless abund*- ,.
antly both C. E. and Allen C. KE la- -
gue Unions in coming days, and .
Christian Endeavorers help make a
"Florida for Christ."
Tampa, Fla., May 11. 1 0I I|..U^ U :

is often thought to be responsible for
an infant's loss in weight or general
poor health. The cause usually is that
the child has worms.' They get the
nourishment in the food and the baby
starves, actually starves. White's
Cream Vermifuge expels the worms
and nourishes thp child, sure and safe.
Price 25c at aH druggists.
A stenographer wanted. Can board
with family at the mills. Apply In
person or in writing to Sumner Lum-
ber Co., Zuber, Fla. 5-21
One of the greatest contlels-
about the house Is one of those Apmr-
lean Electric Smoothing Irnms. Iat-
ed in a minute, an even temperature,
never soiled or smoked. Get you wife,
mother or sister one of them. TWO
sizes and prizes. Ask H. W. Tucer
to show them to you.

Rev. J. J. Thompson "of Belleview
was a caller in town the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Allan entertalaj
ed Mr. Daniel D. Peake and Mrs. Wis-
tar H. Stokes at dinner at Boale
View on Sunday.
The union sunday school pIenic
from Ocala came in on a special train'
on the 27th. to the Shogren hanmioC
at the west end of the lake and had a
jolly good time. bathing, catdaig Med
bugs. etc. The place is in the rough
now but could be made an Ideal pic-
nic ground.
Mrs. J. F. Sigmon has been on a vis-
it to Tampa to see her new grand-
daughter, who, of course, she foeUad,
"*just too sweet tor anything."
Carloads of melons continue to go
out over the branch daily, of unusually
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