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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 4, 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: VID03184
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
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U. & Gevernwentl May Again Have to
Take Chage-Treoep Held in

Washington. D. C. June 4.-Wheth-
or anything in the way of disturb-
alce is going on in Cuba. the admin-
istratlon Is In expectancy and is hold-
lng the troops in all the Southern
army pots ready to be dispatched tio
that republic.
Gen. Arthur Frldge. representing
the state of Mississippi was here yes-
teft-y asking the War Department to
permit troops of the Seventeenth In-
fantry at Fort McPherson. Atlanta. to
go to Mississippi to take part in tha
summer encampments. The War IDe -
partment rfused and Gen. Frid ,e
says the reason given him was that
all the troops In the Department of
the Gulf were to be held at their posts
during the next ninety days. ready to
go to Cuba at a moment's notice.
The only thing that has been rum-
ored here as to the status in Cuba is
that her finances are In had shnae,.
Should the soveinrisent then beiomi
bankrupt It is believed our govern-
ment would Intervene.
Another reason assigned here for
refusal of Mississippi's request for
troops, though that is purely specula-
tive, is that the fear of the adminis-
tration as to the situation along th.:
Georgia railroad may not have been
completely, allowed, and the troops
might be needed nearer honie" tihas

unmindful of daminess. drafts. storms
or-cold, W. J. Atkins work-edl as night
watchman at Banner Springs. Tenn.
Such 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 Ilungs, hemorrhages, croup and
whooping c9ugh get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. 60c and $1. Trial bottle tree,
guaranteed by all druggists.


May Have Been Found on the Other
Side *of the Continent
Los Angeles, June 4.-Charles A.
Barr. who says be is a bricklayer, was
arrested last night on suspicion of
having strangled to death Laura Reg-
Istar, 2t years of age, in Providence.
RI. I., on May 19th.
_ Barr tlrf g0sell.& bracelet to
tend a prtse fight whene rJ i.' by
had been Identified as one worn by

Men past mltdle life have found,
comfort and relief In Foley's Kidney
Remedy, especially from enlarged
prostate gland, which it very com-
mon among elderly men. L. E. Mor-
ris., Dexter, Ky., writes: "Up to a year
ago my father suffered from ki'-ney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced It enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised- an o.p-
eration. On account of his agc we'
were afraid he could not stand it and
I recinnmwnded Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy, and the first bottle relieved him.
and after btklf the second botti, he
was no longer troubled with this comu-
plaint" Sold by all druggists.


They Sentimnes H4aber Snakes as
Wo as Oft" Conceal
Beauty -
Mason Valley, Nov.. June 4.- rhe
seven-year-old child of Andrew Ing-
man Is critically ill-from the bite of
a small rattlesnake which had con-
cealed Itself In a "rat" occasionally
worn by an older sister of the child.
The snake had entered the house and
crIapwed Into the "rat," which was
lying on the floor of the closet. The,
child picked the "rat" up and was
struck on.. the wrist by the rattler
The family dog attacked the snake,
which had dropped to the floor. and
was fatally bitten.

Just exactly the cause of your rheu-
matism, but you know you. have it.
Do you know that Ballard's Snow Un-
Iment will cure It--relieves the pain
-reduces the swelling and climbers,
the joints and muscles so that you will
be as active and well as you ever were.
Price 2Sc. Sec and $1. At all druggi-tls.

Jackeville Pelice Overhaul a'Dis-
honeest Bank Clerk
Jacksonville, Fla., June 4.-Max F.
Emmerich was arrested- here yester-
day and confessed he had emb tizzedl
$1.000 from the Capital National
Bank of Indianapolis, Ind.. where he
was a bookkeeper. He was known by
the name of Wilson here.

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
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by local applications, as they cannot
mrach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to curedeaf-
news. and that is by constitutional
remedies. DeIafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucuou.q
lining of the Eu.tachian Tubo. Wbh .
this tube is inflamed you have a rum-
bling sound or imperfect h caring. and
when it is entirely closed., deafness* '.s
th' result, and unless the inflamma-
ti-on can be tInk-n out and this tube
retored to Its normal e-nditin,. hear-
ing will be d,-stroyed fore vr; nin
cases out of ten ar.- caus.-.1 by rn:trrh.
which is nothing but in inflamed con-
dition of the nmu'-uous surfacs-'.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
eatarrh) that cannot be cured lby
1ill's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
la rs. free.
F. J. CIIHNEY & O'0., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 7T7e. Take Hlall's
-.':tmily Pills for constipation.

A Much Needed Organization Formed
at Tampa

Tampa, Fla., June 3.-The orang"
growers convention adjourned yester-
day afte-rnoon after organization of a
committee to form a perm.inent Floor-
ida Citrus Exchange for marketing
crops. The committee consists of 3i
members, with Dr. F. W. Inman. of
ilo-rence Villa, chairman. Tampa wi'.
be headquarters for the exchange.

the merits of the Texas Wonder- you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. I1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
oer by mail. Send for testimonials. l)r.
K. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis. Mo.

Negro Who Murdered Miss Rosen
Will Hang July 29
Centerville, la.. June 4.-John Junk-
In. a negro. last night was found guilty
of the murder of Clara Rosen. an Ot-
tumwa choir singer, and was irqmed-
lately sentenced to be hanged on July
10, 1910. The Jury was out nearly
four hours.


This Is one of the most common
forms of muscular rheumatism. It
attacks the muscles in the small of
the back. It often comes on sudden-
ly and is so severe that the body can
be moved only with great pain. Keep
as quiet as possible, as every move-
ment of the body aggravates the dis-
ease. Massage the affected parts
with Chamberlain's Liniment three
times a ,
nd stiffness have entirely I'
Id. It is prompt and '.- tual.
T .- 4.".. h iu any Job of ,
painting, no matter how large or how
small,, ot how flue the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do it
right. Houses painted Inside and out.
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and 4Jatering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Write a car4, care Camp Phosphate
Company, or leave word at the Star
office. E. W. Fillyaw, Ocala, Fla. tf
Kidney Troubles Attack Ocala Men
and Women, Old and Young
Kidney ills seize young and old.
omne quickly with little warning.
Children suffer in their early years-
Can't control the kidney secretions."
(irls are languid, nervous, suffer
Women worry, can't do daily work.
Men have lame and aching backs.
The cure for man, woman or child.
Is to cure the cauSe--the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid-
Cure all forms of kidney suffering.
Mrs. S. E. Pinker.'&on. living at 609
W. Liberty St.. Gainesville. Fla., says:
"My daughter was in pimr health for
some time. and I am sure that it w'as
all due to weakened .kidneys. She
was not strong, felt nervous and wwas
subject to dull headaches. These
symptoms of kidney trouble together
with others that existed, -induced mei
to procure a Ibo)x of Doan's Kidney
Pills. My daughter u.sed them ac-
cording to directions, and I am glad to
say that she was cured. I feel that
I owe a great deal to Dioan'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.
For .sale by all dealers. Prie !f50
cents. aFoster-MiIburn ('o.. Ituffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the naine-Doan's-and
take no other.
An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth (of el-c-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.

Ip of two kinds-conceit and the big
head that comes frm a si'k,
Dwes your head ever feel like a gEl'-d
and your brain feel loose and s.,re,?
You can cure it in no time bv ac:i' :
on your liver with Itallard's He'rlai',e.
Isn't it worth trying for the' abhsolt-'
and certain relief you get? At i'll



Inflicted Fatal Wounds on Charles T.


The Man vwho Bought Up Climax, Ga.,
on Credit, Proves to be an
Essaped Convict

Lutterloh, a Prominent Citizen of lI ,in:;: n C. Jue, -A. D1). Oi-
C.dar Keys -..* -'at i,,1 lr ini,ir aire who ap-
Cedar Keys i.;r,-l ;Iat ,"u t-tix i:st i January. posed
Ce-dar Keye. June 4.-At an early 1 :t it',,, lOuht lumber mills
:fli tind -.r a'-.l. .stali:-hc-d a bank.
hour yesterday morning ('harl.s T. i11 *h r.ef 1- *. stblilhed a bank.
Lutterloh was found lying in th f l hr henan he w:s
at the esa-t end of Main .-trie-t. near : : fr swinl-
the Se.aboard Air Line railway tracks' .. .:, .'trday by Sher-
in an unconscious condition, with th-, i .:t. : .M ,n,',-. .ountv. Miss. as
back of his neck badly gashed with I ; lI'e:n. th, i<-i <.4-ajtd last
blood flowing freely from the routh i m f^e th M1is-isiiei peni-
wounds. About forty yards a wy,. t tt w :1' -: h .*till has eleven
following a trail of blood. was f,, und' i''," s, rv-. f.,r getting money un-
a small earl handle penknife, which *r I f '.nsr wo. Sheriff Jones
evidentally was the weapon that i, tjs.A thi; t JnUris. who tmarrid at Miss
the- ghastly work. He was .:tken t. ii h'*du his t t- y at Cli-o
the home of his father, Mr. J. U. Lut- m s a t t,.rloh, where every possible a-tt.-ntlI ,:i 'ntiay fir the, samn offense.
was giv-n to revive and comfrt im. THE STATE ENCAMPMENT
But he did not regain eonsciousne~ THE STATE ENCAMPMENT

and expired about 5 o'clock in the af-

A Bold Step.
S overcome the well-grou"eed4 am
reasonable objections of the more Intel-
ligeut to the use of secret, medicinal com-
pounds, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.
Y., some time ago, decided to make a bold
departure from the usual course pursued
by the makers of put-up medicines for do-
Inestic use, so has published broad.
ast ytothe wholeworld, a full
nd ompa list of 11 the ingredients
etering in position of his widely
celebrated Thus he has taken
his nume trons and patients Jnto
his full dnce. Thus too he has ro-
om from among secret
of doubtful merits, and made
Sof now. Compott.ion
lor a s f eeft tem to
t orM I, endL***~'tt-i

o only oes tbe m per of every bo
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medikcal Discovery, the
famous medicine for weakIt torach. pid
liverorbilloukess and all catarrbal dlseaaes
hrever located. have rintl upon it. in
.Eng fOftk, a full and complete Ist of all
egrl'dlents composnh it., but a small
book has been compiled front numerous
tadard medic works, of al the different
schools of practice. containing very numer-
ous extracts from the writings of leading
practltionem of medicine. endor mang (n U
htrmt p .Mbb t krn. each and every Ingre-
dieft contained In Dr. Pierre's medicines.
One of thee little books will be mailed free
to any ote sending address on oStal card or
by letter, to Dr. V. Pierce. Buffalo N. Y,.
and requesting the ame. Fom this little
book It will beleamrned that Dr. Pierce's med-
caes Cotain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral
agents or other polsonotus or Injurious agents
and that they are made from native. medilcl-
nal roots of great value: also that some of
the most valuable ingredients contained in
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak.
nervous. over-worked. "run-down," nervous
and debilitated women were employed, long
years g, by the lOulams for lmilar allm.ets
aBffectUn their suaw,. In fact. one of the
most valuable medicinal plants entering Into
the compusltkon of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
,C Ipton way known to the Indians as
qu *aw-Weed." wOr knowledge of theuses
Aew th -
t4t1A~k of our most valuaj) naVe an .n
e.n the' e avorto i t, -ilH the won, i
prula ua. anteregsion and retorversion.
overcoming paiwful periods, tonlnic up the
per and br;ngl about a perf-ct ate of
b"naL SoldM hr as ialen In le hM

Home on Oklawaha avenue known
as the Spellman House, for rent. Ap-
ply to A. G. Gates. 4-14-tt
Everyone would be benefit d hb'
taking Foley's Orino Laxative for c.n-.
stipation, stomach and liver trouble'.
as It sweetens the stomach and
breath, gently stimulates the liver
and regulates the bowels and i.s much
sulprior to pills and ordinary laxa-
tives. Why Oot try ,ioley's orino Lax-
ative today? Sold by all druggists.

lontezuma Barbershop

In ;l'i A, S. R.-.:.t 1' im.-nt Infantry.
i. S. T.
'*'-e'L. .a.. May 20, 1909.
O,-,r y.o ,.
I'.-.:-.l t, .o'. 7. N. . you are
he.r .. .. t, .-..r hi at the ar-
try ;. SLaindy. June 6,
I.:e:'. .., ;-. .... r th. pur )pos7 of
e air.,nt.;.,i m t 1. ; h. ; i; at Blark Point.
,,n ,ii- 8: J lr. s Jh ,->i June 8 to 15
inclui iv.. I
M'. ir.>. r: o, the- l'qiih .'l,-n platoon
will ie ..,- :it I unnt.-f'i by 9 a. in..
Juniti 6th, nhl.r transportation will be
furr .e!i. th,. il, tl. t, 0.-ala.
M. t *,e-. may r.-port at (cala direct
if pr, f, rr, ,<.
Flr.. -i-.hs c.nn only bet granted by
the u I(,Inl. \a l>lie,'afi.n for them
shulb l.- d lress.-d r to Col. F X.
S4 hillhr. -mm andiii nir s'.ond legi-
men.t if ILfntry. (rlanlo. Fla.. and
lln'il. .1 -, rt .- nt ,tncpe.
Jl',l 1; ill m nl be- granted for
th m i.-t l?2 nlt r':-r--ns
M-nj-: r "o; ;i't. *linu anil who
h:ve ,>o fu'i.rlghs ill be severely
dne-it with.

Illanke.t-, ill notf le carried to camp.
Thy w.-ill b.h furnished men on arri-
val by th.. state.
All s"rvie.- uniforms will be taken
to camp. and imnut he freshly launder-
Each man will provide with at least
two ch ii.ges of underwear. comfort-
b!e shorws. high top on broad last pre-
ftirred (tun.). The shoes can be pur-
-has. f I from camp at government of
$2.C.5, the vum to b- deducted from
I 'a y.
E.!i: man will provide himself with
.t .:.-t four -itir f white gloves,
two Iblue cambray or gingham shirts
and :0il r. -s. ry toilet articles.
IBy or : GEO. A. NASH,
C 'a,t. 2nd1 I1nfty. Conmdg. Post.
T:, m .,.t delicate pirt of a baby Is
it-i, h,\\.iIs. Ev. ry aillrmnt that it suf-
f,-rs ih':t t an c-s th.o bowels also en-
'<1.irn: in. iin mI ..t .ox."'s th. life of the
infant. MO7.'.s Paby Elixir cures
:';rrlflo 4i. dly nent*ry :and all derange-
m.-nts .f tht' stomach and bowels. At
ill 1ruggv ist-.
Negro Strung Up in the Streets of
Kentucky's Capital
lrmkf.e-. Ky., Jun, 3.-John Max-
eyv r. r \:.: lynched yesterday
in thi.s ci".. Mrxov hot and serious-
ly wounii'd a ;\hite- man. B. C. Pow-
,i.s. 1, w'"ns i- :fn ;Itt.:whe of a circus
v. hieh v ..s givi;~g a prrformanee.
.M;x,,y tri. t1 crawI undcr the tent
to gain fr., :,lm!. ;,n to the show.
Sewers scw him and told him to get
out. May th'tn dr',w his gun and
A <-rwl <.>,.i'Ptd it ot cen and cries
of "rny'il lh,' iitig.r"" were heard on

In Connection With the Hotel Office e.i.v sI

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


R. A. DTTERICH, Pmrorietor

Contract a Bulded .

Plans and Specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
12 South Third Rt.,

Phone 130.





Undertakers and Embalmers
'D. E. Melver Alfred E. Owen

Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All work done by licensed embalm-
ers and fully guaranteed.

M'., :. >.':l:s st Zix <. a lro ,e- from the
tent \'.:i .'i: 1'* in'-i :a noose and
p':, eil ''; ; h:s ne i k. th--. their end
bhaiin tr.\'n "',.-r the linib of a tree
,i l. lI te'-. .-nT. .A ly-nchlng was
. o t,,l t, I>-, i,'tll.ld eiff w\\in police-
in. 1 : 1,. dn :,, ,n b t.- s, r, and res-
S11,..' |>. r Th. ir. man was then

":r', \ .-i, 'ii-." i.l,,rnins a ;T m ob ap-
.t' l :.i H i n''!. n:,;lne.l adlmittanef
,1.. ,:r. i 1, 1 ** ',.l in;lr. Ivmy the
C 1. r : I .-.k !:xe. to tlhe St. lair
-" i ol, Hei'. % l. was strung up with-
4e t f rtht 'r a'
. idi ;.si-.n'.s e;n:zs-trying many 4
.-.,',, ,-- :a nal ?$2,,) w,,rth uf medicine in
vain, I. 1'. A\.t'r. of Inreltsde. N. C., ,
at !' t 1 Tr. Kimn-'s New Life Pill.:, 4
:it-, wi;t '- ltit they wholly cured him.
"i. o ,.r. ,.ntipa ,i n. biliousnes-, .
.sick e,!' ,' t m'aclh. Liver. kidney d
n V1 I t i, 'o t. .i . at all drug-
i-st. 4

P.rist..1, Va.. June 4.-Judge Price of
t'ea c0,rl,,,rmi,,jtc e.Crtn has iksued a call
f.,:- ; l ,qtin e., .timon to be held
.JT.!y S. It I;r- t-l g-Oes we.t. as it is
h,-li. \,1. -Il-, wil: '-:t forty to fifty sa-
I. -:'. a iiIt m t.l Or', hr hIousi- largely
tht, .-ujt of T.n.r.ese- going dry
Ju!:, lt.
.\ pilce of flannel with tapes at-

tat ta fer holding it In position,
sli il !iy damil-,nf-d with Chamber-
hLii' .Linime-nt a;.d bound on over the
-- -. at .--f i.-.n i s m wrlor f fn to an lI-


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the moAt Practical JoWRm Of i f W
South. Printed em Fhm Book hpI'-',*
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S-glet neitrolsosure. hWyod
th wiw 1t l 0-t al ht atete mer ___ Tal)hassee. June 4.-The House
-- e a 0r aeStaIe Lht. last nht passed tie Senate bill pro-
ai d Th am* & aTUe medium b ih. N ca pay all i hiding for separation 'of the aces on1
T. ... bea 9 & o at bthe poitm toeorr railroad trains and strr-t cars. it now
409. L &I" n t aging by Pratt Mrris depositors at once. any more than a go's to the governor forr his signature.t -
Sof J the Ma."; P. P. mpsoss ba& .ith a isashoe all of his custo- The. legislature adjourns at noon to- t a yoU
.~ --a.i ;I h m4"'a. ile r .orses at one time.. day".th
!TeV 1-';' tb '=J A= k- as customers do not require CLOSE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT In yOUr tO
je. Ssa fstbWg a ees" their money at the same time. not
eC Bar ~ I C. a A. All even the same week or month: neither The criminal court virtually closed
asc *isit rea.L The "Circle do the Mblacksmith's customers want its docket and adjourned today. Yes- f A
Slwv r pl ow- their horses shod on the same day. t y two whisky cases were takhandly
Odom9 rgat i"s *o' wf *aSsm with lb vtie esttla i The bank loans out a part of Its de- up-selling whisky without a license
adw ae a" the mimewwf that composed It:ell as the capital stock. Will Simmons of Sumnmerfl-Id. and out an alreay
-e me Mr tt Me M s sa" Wilbur Coats con- Thedemands of business in banking Will Smith of Reddick, were tri c ed
ag ltt the tanbo biURNt evek mt history prove that 25 per cent. of de- and convicted on this charge. Eah -
m S .* bi mthe, right aadh, em. p "ts is a saf .e amount to keep on w n 00 or12 mnth: on th. a pr T
S e of moehr tha t be W" g ereOd Clhde eayratt. the P hard road. Sheriff Galloway is on the .
a3n mes.ay m er t at tee n m e eft. M Ethel n banks could not loan out a part trail of these offenders against the
S r. 1 at at awas the piat Hr W. of their deposits, the re woud be law and they need not be surprised know you are geftin LAID i
oft-ar i IN at DIMON sle' a" eAftL t Owesa.l o n-o o e bla when he catches rW.. up with them. othtrlwe l f d.._ of.t
g g a U l tmi,,,r He wor Wrgeos a t n&yel-banks. The men who own the bank w h ar the u hi l te s. other hand, ey o l.
Slow ste with a white et stock would loan the moneythem- OXFORD FOR THE HORT HAUL tae
al l 5 .tothe noem businesses. au pou*eds i. With hp aehd is olu d My -- In the fac of to f f
t. WgA me, C sana Be IdhaisbdB ein theeet.te middle Al twas Cesalary, renttaxes books. etc Knowing ones say in the couty
'. e^ S te doel es orth e Ionontheirseat contest in Sumter county Ox-yo can .e ..
'.tar tes gJ Ad 0th e s on s o a al -eatheslfawinksplacenfor thepe wouledtode nocn i K n os i ctiu ev
,h *. n at ft whispers of the fair .sex P ... ...t o p. itBtheir ford is for the -sbort haufl or for
Is the iudisode attested to this fat. m an ney.sColeman, while the "Oracle" of Wild-
A" aa lmlasistrip to the e a atKay tmDney bon- cash to the amount of 30 per cent. or anIthePresentstatLofthe'---
,-1 A aly th,, g we M e..'" T..s a.k.eps wood is foree th. lg haul. oe ster,
o e end men more of Its deposits; besides other adre te pren st ate oh -
gg t. Jes f.S "n ck t y J--, Britsh red quick aets.. this question. dr u _
mal'e eage sand t" ..aoI patet lea their p ump. T THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK Hleo ntare, and WW l S
S-w emees the cast wre dreed a out- Evans Holder, of Santa Fe, andn c
0 new lan p 11r wh ite picaic pants. golf Oeal, Florida one of the representatives of the ado a
Uw eMftItoe h iw a white crush cloth hats. Stonewall camp. Gainesville, was a i
a7.- -0. 1 00 ale ..l-t- y sum did look well and a"- delighted veteran who attended the C & Boo* B
SAt commended for the faithful efWF- -reunione Ne ea as
h eth s er(% they mae mto u se T the public. The veteran W. E.c Martin. of Moss r
rarn - -,
et Mm a. het there -m .,BluE, who commingled with the boy s, a B. B. Ricker came down frynom n os
A'sete Toe sd itr Wa the reio oJacksonville yesterday to attend t-o
I. g a, h i Ihat oPu N' ou REW ALLY Want LOW RAT_ .business matters at her orange grhve
t y kM Nrviaat South Lake Weir. She will remain Mad 07y by THE N. PAIK1IK COMPA
ag as degy epai 1p tMe u* p ,o C eome thne.
t tyl e ut Mod o a ad nad a the BSt Paint that moy BABARD Ai i
Th t R a .o fmeas.n we* oftt emo a Paibt that "measures up to every The veteran R. A. Kelsey. of Stan- N Idi a9 a
a wge p f..'4 w a t Ms ta patlotg. qutreat- Wo7.,f^ LIsatille, Ky.. and return, ton, who attended the reunion. Is
O M is i1 o **INf 7accoun1at annual session Ancient something of a chicken raiser. His
S L. .. .....p.e e- d nt Arablc Order, Nobles of the Mys incubator hatched out on one lot of
Ia" -'-r 'pure.P Pi --t tlc Shrine. Tickets on sale June eggs 106 chicks, of which he has 102
CO. e Sh A5,6. 6,L1and 8. Final limit June left and nearly ready for the frying
in h i y wll avoid es N. C., and return, pan. Of another lot of 26 egsn he hasT J Tr
n h it ^--ae for 917,^ Ashviwlle. 3 C, etu.5 chicks next ready for the pan. Wh3 ST. J ^ rn ?
0eg se t kw. the wi e m1 t ba i or complaint. account International Convention
gewo sito ftrmdth l lf Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on can beat this?
4. m Iral h-tgagl tived tm.tr3. The Sle June 17 and 18. Final limit Mr. Harry Stalburg and wife. of W .ORTTO. (Nar Mandarn) FLOMDA.
eda 9* I was awr-elate.Ds Jaune 25. 1909. Dunnellon, wh spent several days i
"ti e Ose .vim n. Pl ON cosrae 42- -v"AtlantaGa., and return, ac- A/Innelhrn. wh. spent pev ral Uay ui
S r pesse ALL the good qualities antd count Americanm reti on of Jacksonville, returned home ycster- Boarding School for Boys Coaducted by the t t. J h. T
Sor Cofdrlte te ood quaofthe bad. O pti cians.m acketson saleon day. Boys from 8 to 14 years Receired. Carefull y Pe al .
s ato inesve nSat ouss a ttestimonials from 19and 20. Final limit June 25, The prescription department is the Pool. Complete Equipment In S coolroom Doai hi g ea
l qte. L Avis U 1pe recent Pare Paint will 9$17. Asheville, N. C., and return, ma y, a drugstore.Accura Recrtation o .
s Ttead tbe tes the most ri Pure ysecas Dramat Order Knhtshave made this department of our Apply for Pf.apcetts to the IBTB B
I ^ .at athe Orlando Paint law. For sale by the Maron of Khorman, biennial meeting. business one of the largest in the t t I lA
.,a tw .. .a .too Much4!ardwa Cioa, lOcaa TmTickets ons .aleJuly P8.e9,b10, andAcbuinetsroneythlargsti
SSA.ruos. Hde ~ uwoa 11. Final limit July 26, 1909.. Send us your prescriptions. .S. --..
0. 'N&, $5 -1.6-MemphIs,, menn, and return, Tydings & Co.
0 m tbm SSW. bet a m *eseM .s t T i C ke Will Seckinger and chIldren, of
..____ T to l...rt 4"y"m" '-L Ft e li i M artel, attended the reunion.. "
S 8 100' t ,,t,, m ,not soon et to s th -Dever, Colo, and, return, ac- REXALL ,,i oiI
weuwthe is a aew 5 count General Assembly Presbyter- The venerable Morton Carter. of

We| __ _ _ _ _ 10c tathSag eS. f t M5m-aesnar t each Thrrs. ents ll an ,or tn CARRY AT A a ano dMr
m e m er r ster e the. T et saleMay 17, 18 and 19. final hours. Get one of tose 8-inch We-

.I arI1 namacini b i. i. r
Who --I -; H 0 I J Sover ,Boardman. Te,,1,and reJuly r aM r. ghraguestlsHof thepk ir u E7u : .

Ss an. a~e I --i mtis Ja ImvSit. wP 108 with special ange If.. Mis YItween HernaS d o oounty at -Fvay. .
.. a- --- a trs.te M. A. M iety. 1-s-t, JeP une and 14n exttsebt. meay be T
-. MAL = saw cta had toJuly 1, on payment of fee of RS3,AL e .
m. or.their demtrott. the gle aime a.les, ftreoh stock Shles- cents.
ghus. sa ,ts eoateuts. eighteen slgaer's beat, Ia pounds .ad hal_, VUSS--Nashrvile. Tenn., and return, Mrs Harry Peters of Dunnllon,
S= i -o -a- ihagper t d, at Balard' -news and fruit accountt Annual Sesalon Sunday was hear yesterday on a visit to her UlUN. MRT URl RD l
w-,-i pade ld la un a ad. School Congress and Young Peo. parents, Capt. and Mrs. J. A. Tucker.
S i the 'Ba- ,re pa ,e' ChautcFaASqua.T Ticket on sale WA hv eq u i s nt
S Th of the F UWEATHER MORECAST Jne 7,8 and 9. Final litt 15 days We have a most exquosrte line of rte f il
Seat aolla iwre Mr. from but not Includin date of sale. fancy imported china In many dift- dr of i ,
l ageft haud was, she repled, WbIagtestc June .-8bower to. Si -Tucalooes, Ala., and return, erent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly and asolene Engines of t
SI hear f htam at ammrise a1d nlght and PrLay. account summer school for teachers Drugstore. m b
heri Nefayearneld University of Alabama. Tickets on COIDfeV
age h aotlied Capt. Dickerse : HOUSg FOR aT -sale June 8 9, 12, 14, 19, 21, 28, July Mr. and Mrs Erastus Hopkins went v -
F' _ft --3rdlt anat agn Wag wM --d 5th. Final limit 15 days down to therr Inverness phosphate American and E* w^ od e Fetice.
te enemr Perorent an agxt-redemce from date of sale, but by deposit- mines yesterday.
Inalfc nl ka teo their a-1 t landed ou heuth stird strt. l tickets with special agent Y w-
sambs the ea astry ot them Appty to F. W. litto or to 43w Toplt, Tuscaloose not later than 15 days MEN--Our Illustrated catalogue ex- M. D (ALA Irir IJN f
<-, TlB *n iHMI n themea o fe t at the Meat-na teL frolm date of sale, extension may be plains how we teach barber trade in
-' DuI war Wa>rndtldhe oghttnu had to September 30, on payment of few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
s 4 i HOME FOR SALE fee o t S College, Atlanta, Ga.
boom- @ W g soOa of mbold int cmWekta"e b .A S-Naahvllle, Tenn., and return,

hs eteaest M.eec mear see at the or without nd s ra ltere. Bouse W a fruitao un t.nS io S w h U.o. a visit to h.J
eamprt hese WhMrdao -utIi. et ewath tle af n ire aHu inJuan 6 14 15, 1, fr 2 date 29of al Davis t Cow of Jacksonville, Washington, June 4.-Wfter an hor- I I
f ill--I el l aII ee. bte waas ef aleas. Apply to all W D but by depositing tickets with spec will sell any make of second-hand orable and eventful illtay' career of j U t I E I
r a g er f el Wa wease I wasla.AltyNashWilletnottlater than 15 typewriter upon easy terms If desired, forty-seven years Lieutenant General

S .. -J---,-_I .. from ate ot sale, extension .. ArthurMac.Arthur, the twelfta"'-
= ___esl Weirwdale.owerecallers yesterday as yesterday. George Washer wasyesteid
SN O-, I s- B ell. at s e wc all o n a ny ag en tsea-,th e firs t o n th e list.sM r S t f o dth fi s ol H e w a s a p p o in t- ____
hIt" i i war -t-en board or write to C. BoyBton, ed lieutenant general by President
aid l thewbh A a e weier -A- Aist. Gem. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, REXALL Adams on July 3, 1798, and held that
k tf w- l i mar. .. m;.... Plaor call on H. C. Raysor, C. T. . rank at the time of his death. In ae- A T n WIT--I
S;. Owk tor th war. SALZMAN WAN A., Oc06 a FIMrs. Jos. Marshall. of Candler. was ordnance with an act of cO A I S W a- 1 O
oSLSA In town yesterday shopping. passed a few years ago the rank of
| Prv te ot the Dalsy suction, Trtrellag and reddest salesman to lieutenant general becomes abolished
Sthe a 8eterday, sn did handle a fast selli, active and wide- oley's Honey and Tar s especially with the retirement of General Mac- '
S, ,W a d.i ad wife of Me- V .dmaded specialty. Very liberal I recommended for chronic throat and Arthur.
Si .Mr. Waler' w rat vhilt eoMumlieso Interatlmal Paint Man- r lung troubles and many sufferers from -
at the te et SU g Co.. MRC hmond VTa. g f- I Silk1 bronchitis. asthma and consumption POPE'S 74h BIRTHDAY
ew m een et e. .- Walter lI I h ave found comfort and relief, by us-
-. MRi he btt h health, we irest to 3 CiNTS FOR W HOURS RUNNING Mnl gi il M l I"oley's Honey and Tar. Sold by Rome. June 4.-Pope Pious 1 en-
-. f Mrs. WSt alt weme the How Is that This is not an auto- __ ,t all druggists. termed upon his seventy-fifth yesr ee-
S"3 Mr. a" Me. lMcClyCwad. mobK, but one of thoe' new $-inch e a s terday, having been born in the Ven- 4 ,-
r Wsi s Westinghouse electric tans that I tre Of REXALL etlan province of Treviso. on June ,
w 3.pP is I tleown vt I tl his have Just received. Let me place one 1885. In observance of the anniver-
S. Mrs l. J. & L e ad or two of them In your hone or on W. Henry,. r., father of Dr. Henry. sary special masses of thankivting I _ _
SMvr Beeper, and took Ia th-e grw desk. H. W. Tucker, the elee- THE MERRY WIDOW FOR SALE and one of the veterans took in the were said n all of the Catholic U
1' hi ft lWr and trtca *Mpl man. On account of t.e fact that I am reunion. churches in Rome. Among thiem to
.a m- tPa" maks eas thaki ; oe ne -gaspeed launch for use on the offer their personal congretvatiuOeI
4. t .. bM the dal for the gallant Dr. Spoomer. wife and little daughter spring, I will sell the launch -Merry to his holiness were a number of em-
.S r A la b te b lya at deth's we here yesterday. Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to me DI M nent prelates of the church tI Amer-
Sso w& -r thot bt he w Mould or to R. D. Mathews, at the laundry. Be0 Meade W IS ine who arte cuhow n ofe tO eAmr ---lr-- A.
We a a glad to mee hbim. J. Vace Weathers, of Tork, was 5-4-tf Frank Mathews, City. the jubilee celebration of the Amari- n r Wh y w.
Ma t aim f a saer yesterday. can college next week.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA S ar, Fr a Whether there Is a breeze r not
|, IT. L Weh. sm thMrtee n ATLANTIC COAST LINE ", Wh he there is abeeoro
Ae a aM eATLANTIC COAST LINE "T S All you can keep one up for ten hours with .
s r the a t e TUa I I 17-As5.-hville, N. C., July 13, 14 one of the new eight-Inch Westing- I At e n i
i-,i tl keny. and s a"nd 1. Limit July 31. house fans for only 3 cents. H. W. ___
SS wa tooyes- Al* TOE l E $17.4-Asheville. N. C, June 17. 18- Tucker has them.
*LM rik sa U Lamt June 25. Stopovers allowed. h *(d-U CfMlu CU be
Ssar"ema m as lAt lanta Go, Jne 19. 20. Limit HARD TO SWALLOW
S-- -- -" ___ June 25. Stopovers allowed. n U n
.. Rhe ltMov PiCtu lreS Limit 15day. Extensinto Septem- This Story of a SuH. Car eWe EXPR PREPAID n PLI
1 hUM "" 2 ;^ j m .h ber 20., Stopovers. ^ -, man Wmith iarde in Her tenash I -m ..a .
flilfi $1SE125-Knoxville, Tenn., June 20. 21.C Ph&=QC 5Chars.ton, S. C. June 4-A specal
ri lth-e paMlgreede 22. ,_ 26, 27. IAmit 15 days. Exten- from Chester says that the lantern
m. i'4 e mth al o n to September 30. Stopovers. -of that little city contalas a remark- ;



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S, 1 afternoon by Mis Clars Joson &
S-athis intention of of the hote sad M s m '

SREXALL Martin knew nothing of the dainty
.linen shower given at 4 clock thi t the d tore
** B w ww --r --W- ----,.... .. -em.d.1j afternoon by Miss ClamaJohnson frd her Urn -* bat, S
ter lovely friend and C coolte.i M. Ii J I . __ B

SLts of lce fat hens at Rowe's Lit- The guests began to bm-arrihoi wn at 4o be.
I ....... ..I Bo1 Me. meet oThur y evenn. The shower was in the mature of a .t..I.. .. .. . .... wt y
comPlete..urprise to UlmssMawt Ln. ..

SD Williams of Gainsill, of this i e hostess, and Mrss B. Ti Per-
Sthe est of Mrs. MaLL martin knew. J. Carsthin g of the dainty
I E...... .. .. n-i Ihonor to be conferred upon her until --------------.... -
I: ine | I Meet me at the dron store a n the she arrived at the cAgnew house. o a wi l .go*_la l
i. iua-__.. .eI ter have rooms. COD FISH W.s I_ -

was stationed. Here Mrs. L. Po Blah- ce he --ha w to IPlank's "7,l Toni, guaranteed to,tock Tnd M A. W. Bridyet served FANCY CAERS IN TheSS. Ing inycoss-
w M r eom s If ic fofieat hens at Rowes Lit- The guests began to ,arrive at 4C O A k ,D
I Bn zl o'cick and waf er received o tefront ....................

_Mrs. McBrde. Miss McBride and The color b Mtif was red, green andr
Id m lse Isek &Aft 3, Mrs. N. LD. Williamtch of GaMorristonesville, ofwhite. ,In the hoste allwss and Mrs. B. T. P t e -nr- e S ma
I ____ ____ ... ... !IIs o the guest of Mrs-. Mazi Lydl due. M J. C. Carstens conducted vm r ,a,_ es. M A
5 IPIII a Vw 1If ii-. i ith m to a dait e i ealco, ind the hah r a d _'ckh ha r trd dma ne
SMr. W. T. Lawson. Jr.. of G aines- hared where. the branch bowl the rrmand- tes. --------a. a -ei ,_J,
.. erly of i at the Montema. ed wiover thfoliage and red carnations, I
Ias stationed. Here Ms. LI. .p.Il- FC .K IN sg Ia meera".
As Plank's Chill Ton,. guaranteed .toAock 'I-d M A. W. Bridges served WilbAr Oseut's s"g
OM E R CIA L ills and fever5 cents. each and whi t bOf c- rampage CARTOONS AND IT Trm n a I Ig --
Mr. W. H. McRany of Wldwood When other which allthe guests were Band will ve an St l
SAwas nl towmR niXA guest of the conducted to the f ront parlor. and r& ope- air concert tonht from the iM spei h '

3 Moneuma. edathaaniedre by anM Johnsa ba d tand the weather permtsg. sat ,sa 2 l
S. Mr. McBrWi D. Moriss McBridellston a ed n between the two large hat The paicolor motif was redfollow: green and rs" a *
n Mr. N. L. Bcitch of Morriston. are white. In the hallways the ehalder. L Inan- latermesse "taabow'-J. "o k m .S Iss -am
al d l o as a guest of the Monteumaers while urpered to nd withe large gathering ens Polk (Mr. H Tck
Sof rr ttor. attending the reunion to do her honor. When anhe entered er-F . and a ly r
I* E Weos m .. I. Or tro taat t e 8 s Mits Johtn on heatndr a te p, date line of toilet articles and invites tene to the chandelier from te fouratoe-Ved
1595BAR Whot s re terpi~Your Inspection. corners of the room, and suspended Inmssi**gr. Barn.e sag the sea .
I. e from the aneir were two Immns _______________________ -_ Or In toImam en. e l S
ll I-k --- Mr. J. M. Tonton a well, for- red heart On the piano the mantls. Ge" s a (s t .. DreI :
Smer'y of this city,, is at the Monte- and over the draperies were blu-
u tiful red and white be ll-. shaped ow- AN CONCERT TONIH of ack esonve S vles s

it.- . y ke of wo an dI tIful "a pf h -h -A E. Got Director. 0s o=e I I-
RI S LEmIcompanying each created much to beer hM.-ti sbat g aeb
Mr. W. H.George Macaney ofand Wily left When the guests had all The Metropo n Band will give a m m m
IE CARRY A COMP0 T A I T was in town lastnightak a guest of th thhe different plites of toweropen air ocetonight fro the Mel
ATA1 .Monsezuma. each accompanied by an original verse bIaud stand, the weather permattibi Wag. dTATE dear t sad a ^

SA OTHERAOPUof the donors composition, were pnd The program iL ps as follows:
Mr. Willand M. Morton of WillSavatonnah, edn between the two large __ he State Optoaetry aamii
A AND TIRE VULCANIZING DONE Ia. are the guest of Mr. at ndthe Monr- suspended from the chandelier. tRa
IP. O IPTLYT I EIII In IPrnteER When Miss Matin arrived at 4: B. .o Lamp.ea ew t w es p i I e
SA I Od ostensibly to makte Man short In l *2 Schottla che bur Ute Back s bn
M . Jo M Callun, Daytona. call on her friend, she was omplely berres"-L Beonnor. t ag qurat, a s. Is

-Am ? ru -then mn wl aumanandwomatwas a guest of thtae Mon teuma while surprise d to find the large gather oaty ou ng cPd H We. To. dr Bnyis 4thpe t o
Al wf I t" f, M amC Sg a ousrIng rval., attending the reunion, to do her honor. When she entered e F. Los, ,y.
A u O e o I aMiss Johnson. seated at te4 Selection, EI Troeatore--VerdL nt-el ha al-, eety o ls isa* I M
e L a m.. dT-- ... .. .O r cuom ers IWe rtins fa rie rotr A"e t t o. bei. t mpoI oim m si /

'** ~Messrs. W. M. Stephens and Played "Hearts and* gFlowers CEMiss Into eeesi.t 1 e
a bt a i g t T t Walker of Tampa, are e sts of the Martin's favorite air. S. Colonlinterme zzoishg apI s M larne t sato the g m M lo
I ~WO .0.h *& Ma y emrbuIm T Montezuma. i When the effect of the surprise had S. R. Henry. e te g p. ,.e M
I -1 -s : .. .....subsided and greetings had been ex- 6. Genii waltzes (by request)-.. was n o
Mr. W. L imonton a well known changed, Miss Martin was sated In Lev1. h.4 :3 ..... i aly no ehe r w
1, Micanopy citizen, is a guest of the the center of the r Moo and by pulling 7. Inte rmezzo two-ste. A Terrble, M t t
Snsconed between the two hearts was Selection, emi Hit o. tear
It. C. o rDavis &, orJacksonvlle.,e cipitated upon her. Many w er e the J. B. Lamb e. Ia ..e oth toOn mag a a

e les in the city. ioyro.l u Martin Lulle Moore, Mary Kate Miss Edith Williams and Miss -
A H T IwillOABI1IIranyc make of o second Mhandrbutiful and useful presents diven-.. 1er. Director.

I:,V tSPOMr. and Mrt. tembad s o Satuh nes in th rnthewo.rlad i he-.h stateOpto wm ms o I
N IE"OEG. Ta ,re the g ets o trh" Those ptr esant were Mr.B.h. Pr Bo arnd tom It his ct

A Ya sIM 2111" Jake Broun..theof to..wnd.. sCa. v. el, meM tn .-
r POPTL AT RAOAIE P. rw.n ti h a Sstertin.. the a.S W ernoonid tghe MsFe rdIa electr of c-r.e. niThre
Me s ras JooH.keSpenr. and E. ar- Blalck Mrs".. C.N..ika Ms. Tis"ESk D.. tWrny Jwa ewettr. I-

ea emboth under the weather.asi semloan it re h e to d e o he ge repai red to the theroourt-

Alany.aPharmawey. wheereckes and emsI .. .- .'
-n-ft success of her party and wJshing Mi
OTaHE nKat me gam re el Mari a y, n p I. .OUM t a "-agmkn on ... ..pi-
ERMr. and Mrs. Maddox of Savannah, Mars rnAnnthe4:pr
"aree among Mtr~y ar andLucyrTdose present were: Mrs. B. T. Per- ,ndaboato". "d h.'-he "-- - ka-s-h tra-- ,,-"-i-

SMesmsrs. J.H.Spen3er and Ed...rr Blalock, Mrs. C. N. Kirkland, Mrs 0. TROUBLva
r innael took an auto run down to1Taylor.Mr. m y, MissesARE amt to d s,
Mess. --on ea- P MartinTEna Pzierc P .rAR...TY.HE mREDIT.AR. th daa o the
W IRONknfHgpigwreitr and thm eo l
es Joray hefolowngdamdbpr-Anyon.wihiromgOliveaWehton.miIibanrThagardnTheyarehande .w dadowndying u, t a uItis
tso a F n aeRedothDevbsanweantto oc and It there Iso &onfeataie
thusiness men. were in town tahay.ther anBudl'MeSu.WA V.Wshelen.Mar, a dayt be tonr sIngo hem ofal tholdayIa f das ar sone le = I o W|
F.Rogeshom.Roges. AJones Ryal Cole Dunedl idsthfrIends t-n, s l ad hr me e
I -, Cetral tu,.edoAlheny,hs-mewhere The"sick gnrl in A v

Nellie I-HnI.tottlieh.Adele ttin r.Ellen.MrtS-C ,e- wt t ls--
MnL- I I I --li .. he"e- typewriteri3 Cmaerkoa.e Helen Brown, to t1he Will- nat-,ional artr ae e-I
jam" i --nm. a 3iHav -a seenwthe newdisitta-b thisNti c at tYh ood. Hou:tle

.threateOnedwith appenactisl.unistupe -d ..ay St g irhe evec a et. f s wh e w t
but not abe to iaendreturned home in the cool of the ev- -
but not able to leave his room. ending, reaching Ocala at 6 o'clock. Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit- .-I
S. RTASTEFXA.L A TATEUL DISPLAY e Bonan. of Plant City three o I
I m Iu tMr. J. L. Morrison, the new meat --- TH OCALA WAGON WORKS earr
i v,' hI U hi i I I d l Ik -N Wd cutter it owe's Little Bonanza. is Joe Malever has dressed the ow ffer its ervice and superior wort-
-"II"i h iI ""_^ an expert at the trade. Send in your windows, pacticula th t.-e nswestern I n the asert of a nu veI- A. Bm m e a one, Ot tiek I
r.. ,----Ii- orders. Guarantee stafaction. of the Guarihntee ,Clothing and S os ep kind e d r t p A. Smith m I truket
i"?.. *h&.IWcEW F ^_iiua-sl **r-n A V A .T^ Store, with excellent judgment. There c es of all kinds and classes. It had o tl sal SimlE
I" ,T I I I I L A NI- Tour prescription,.. when left at the is a fine display of up-to-date t .ocedIs. specialty of orpatig ean tueoday f CetIer tilween i. --t
.,....Cou, --- .. ...rt Pharmacy, are compounded in each and the west window, snot- abhe sen n thA decoration of oir D. w. lonwg toay t t r e t hsirto. uie.hei e
) a lm l II pure and fresh drugs. Phone us; ing less than an art gallery. Stop eie on thi.e decor alL and they havof Me Ishled r, i em inlnd
L- S C ... .,r o m . . . .a u t o.eGhiru g s .aPh o n eaus -, a n d.s e a t h e y h a ve.h i pda. M a t e s .. l .
L.s-a '."- g-'-- *"tiawe'll call for and deliver your pre- and see it. THE OCALA WAGON WOQRS of thm T ey h quite. SS
.furniture man of tat city, was In At the meeting of the Kinghts of- I Just- id -a- ti I It is so early i the ei. i.
town today visiting his brother and Pyihias next Monday pvenlng. nomi- of electric Attures. Among them are r. IttH a
:wil l I SI lrvlr- I W ,eave-- tonig,,ht, for Sanford. nations f officers for the next term mom. ts for theel whone a geeathandsome of Cthe M Ie a y2
ill -V t o h forw ,~aord.~ w~Iw ill be made and refreshments will be Tungston fixtures, nverted or tu over l ht retuwed ue oe this eor_-
.-. KI I'B IU l I t 11 I. There Is no better stock down. H. W. Tucker. AoAve
I I"-.'*______ _,,__ _______ writingg papers in the city than we .. Aw ee May. .
i carry. Come in and look it over If THE BABY SHOW o of P. ate aay a.. ce sta.r Is to learn that thi e
I ,! *iC -E IN you want something really nice. Ty- . ug tm ha --n rust has struck the watermelon vimea Thirty
Sdin& Co. Thee King's Daughters have nt v It has those of the catalpe
S" ll"en up the idea of a baby show. Yeso- ai nation a the minds c O ts
I : -. 3 t t- 1I -e I IgS4 The Cobb Loan Co. has moved Its terday's meeting was to determine rowr I"I
I office from legal row, Fort King av the matter and it Is the general opin-
l ~enue. to Mr. Dekkle' store neathe S. ion that it will be held Saturday, June _3 V. c of Invrmi was I. 1 theo
A. depot 12th. It will be held either in the ar- WS town today and reports that place wah awe
I* " ,mory or the Woman's Club. contiaed growth. e M du
tm .1 S ine auw4 $I.(* Look over our line of toilet prep- the pt three mthe i pew
| arations. We are quite proud of the CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION "have been established sad ,a 01 IUet _
nI e stock. Perfumes, powders and -"-- e O le rady to recee t. ,,
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings & Examinations will be held June 1 cIarter, 6 I,
Ihl .PBBBB| i_ 10 A Comipany. at Gainesville and Tampa for appll- I ._ a
Four QuartSl$4 mp cants for positions as clerks for the Ms Vvian Dame has g J a
The Ocala Rifles will leave next forest service. One of the reserves is P coarle to sped a rt S- .
Tuesday morning for Jacksonville to the Choctawhatchee between the St. M-I her e ac d ad t sad M..
I s AD elVvle d 1.lIV e ..I .enter Into the state encampment for Johns and Oklawaha rivers in Flor- spence' 8tome. Atte,: i
S- an eight-day outing. ida The position of forest clerk pays I
an eightr- "oi, a .$900 a year. Mrs. J. B. Cappleman ea
Mr. W. H. Clark has purchased an dellghtf lly last night at m o Tt tl
*in s H n T* TAl. UA auto re-buHlt by the Ocala Gas En- WEATHER FORECAST King home in honorof her u Dail, trais .
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the car In answer to the rings. If the
senator who rings is at peace with the
world and the White House he will
permit the car to go to Its destination
with the passengers. If the bell ringer
Is a grouch he compels the car to be
stopped, and he has to be carried to
his objective point, no matter who Is
aboard or how much hurry they may
be In.-Washington Star.

Arizona's Wonderful Canyon.
How many Americans trot off to
Europen search of something new
who have never seen and probably
never known of the Grand Canyon of
Arisona, the most stupendous, awful,
iIjtelous, beautiful and attractive
natural wonder in the world! It has
a depth of 6.000 feet, is over 00.000
feet wide and Incloses a magnificent
river, framed in by giant peaks with
all the colors of the rainbow. This
m gnlrent canyon has been brought
within easy reach by Pullman car
from our great cities. A trip can be
made from New York in three days
and from Chicago in two.-Leslie's

The Sterm Noe.
The curious name "storm nose" Is
give n m Germany to the wave of high
barometric pressure which often pre-
cede a storm or a heavy squalL The
barometer rises suddenly and then falls
more gradually. It is believed that
this phenomenon Is responsible for sud-
den changes in the level, of the sea.
Obmervations the seas surrounding
2 -1 _a A s_..

A Telephonw Talk That Must Have Had
a Queer Sequl.
McCarty has a goodness for a joke
If a really glittering opportunity turns
Ep, his well controlled conscience is no
obstacle to his devoting all the tibn-
"nWeiSry to the thorough and artistic
performance of his Jokelet, whiMh Is
bad for business, but seems to be good
for McCarty's digestion.
The other afternoon the telephone
rang. A woman was on the wire. She
had the wrong number, which made
no difference to McCarty. lie was in
need of relaxation, and the following
one Ilded conversation ensued:
"Yes-yes, this Is humpty-umphstepn-
seven Rector."
"Who? Mr. Johnson? Oh, yes, Mr.
Jobhson-sure," he lied pleasantly.
"Did you want to speak to him?" in-
quired McCarty sweetly.
"You're sure It's Mr. Johnson you
want to talk to?"
Here McCarty held his hand over the
mouthpiece and forcibly admonished
the ofee boy, who, with humane Inten-
tiona, had come to rescue the switch-
board, suspecting trouble. "G'wan
now! rm dot' this," remarked Mc-
Carty, fixing the menial with an eagle
"Coold yoa give me the message,
ma'am, and I'll deliver It to Mr. John-
soan? he resumed with engaging po-
"Oh. you must speak to him person-
ally if he is busyr' McCarty's voice
was an Interrogation point
"You want Mr. Johnson himself to
step to the telephone, and you are Mrs.
"Well, ma'am, you see he ain't step-
ping much now-that is--I mean-he Is
-well-er---er- He hesitated In elab-
orate confusion.
"Tes'm, I am explaining what's the
matter. He-well, you see, your hbus-
band wold be willing to come to the
Stlephone, bat he Isn't exactly able."
"No, he's not just what you'd call
"No, he's not Ill. He's doing nicely."
"We have 'im on the lounge in the
directors' room, and we're doing all we
can for him"-
"Oh, no, ma'am, you needn't be at
all alarmed. He's not able to walk yet,
but well soon have him all right."
"No, no-t IlL I say he's not ill:
he's dr-that is, Intoxicated, ma'am.
but you needn't- What's that,
"You've neve' seen him Intox-well,
you ought to see him now. What?"
"Oh. She's rung off."
"Now, who In the deuce-who d'yer
spo.e Mr. Johnson Is, and what d'yer
'pMoe wil be comin' to him when he
gets home? Oh, gee!" And McCarty
gurgled with Joy as he swung back
Into his seat, and his typewriter click-
ed Innocently out upon the office at-
mosphere-New York Press.

Breaking Out the Colors.
A pretty sight aboard ship is the
breaking out of the flags on reaching
& &*'% Mwft^4ft#&AdU 44 *f*M.
and another at the rear mast.
In hits hand is a small silken bundle,

flutters ot into the breeze. At the
foremast is that of the nation whose
port the ship is entering, while that on
the rear mast is te flag of the steam-
ship company, the ship's nationality
being advertised by a large flag at
the st The latter is lowered, or
dipped, by way of salute when an-
other steamer Is passed out in the
ocean.-H. J. Blanton in St Louis

Senatorial Temper.
A good way to tell the disposition
and temperament of a senator is to
watch him when be gives the three
rings for the senate elevator. The rule
is when three are given, no matter
who Is on the elevator or where it is
going, the elevator man must hasten

of any case of-
of any case of

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Radder disease that is not
beyond the reach of medi.
cine. Take it at once., Do
not risk having Bright's Dis.
ease or Diabetes. There is
nothing gained by delay.

50c. and $1.00 Bottle.
*erq* *Us..tufaves.

"Before I han nin Ca -art. I had ahi om-
plexion puinpk. on my f.e-o. .nd my fo I was not
digsotel as it 1,oule ld'1vr b Ien. Now I am ntirtly
wril. and the t pei1Ipl-s have al lisnael-Br'n< fr'n my
afse; I f n tnitlhtillyv say itnt :>e.e areto &e jumt
SalavertlW .; I haev talk .nu e ly wo l.|,r.'. of hilei,."
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NOer $irkon Wp~atuen oreOr I:g-. MJ -:. W. ~Never
sold in bolk. T'ic. ~-ne.~e. iu.kt daa .t U.
ftrvse to eviro, or y-iumr racm-b~
Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. 600

le-tyrtritelf o ~1",) mistrablf.
W~h~rsufihr f!r. )'i 'a.7-r-,1aed

He Indrsed the Order "Till the Day of
General Grant has fitly lbeon spoken
of as "an unaffected great soldier." It
may have been the l,l'ndin.g of this
large mindedness and lack of affetta-
tion that invariably .uade liin so cour-
teously kind to any one who asked his
assistance. so genOrous in his ptaisLe of
an opponent. even wbh-n that opponent
was fighting him to the death. The
following little story emphasizes all
these qualities:
After the fall of Fort Donelson. to
prevent the needless vi,,lntiun of prop-
erty by either the army or by camp
followers, protections were issued by
the' United States government To
Miss C., whose six brother' w4re fight-
ing in the -'onfdlerate army. such a
protection was granted. It had been
signed by all the cominanders. of the;
post in turn-l.y PB.u.!l. lt"secrrns,
Schofield. Sheridan. ringerer aitl many
others-and the list was long and Im-
pressive. At last it lbeame necessary
for General Grant's signature to be
"When I entered the office." says
Miss C., "the general was smoking, his
feet higher than his head. But he
seemed Instantly to stand uprlzht be-
fore me, and his cigar was thrown
away in a moment.
"I handed him my protection.
"'You hare rather a formidable list
of names,' he said as he took it from
"'And I hope that you will add yours
to it and make it even more formida
ble.' I replied.
"For answer he sat down again.
ready to put his signature at the end
of the parchment, when he suddenly
stopped and looked at me.
"'For how long do you wish this
protection for your estate, Miss C.?' he
"'Until the day of judgment, gen-
eral,' I answered boldly.
"Then he smiled that sweet, (quizzical
smile of his that made so many people,
even when they were his enemies, love
him and said:
"'My dear young lady, you have
great confidence in your armiel! But
with such courage and with such a
leader as General Iee I cannot won-
der.' Then, with a great flourish, he
added the words, 'Till the day of judg-
ment, Ulysses S. Grant,' and handed it
back to me."-Youth's Companion.
We do not know of any othitr pill
that is as good as I).-Witt'.' Little
Early Risers, tlhe famous little liver
pills-small, gentle, pleasant and sur'
pills with a reputation. Sold by all



A stenographer wanted. Can board
with family at the mills. Apply In
p.-rson or in writing to Sumner Lum-
ber Co., Zuber. Fla. 5-21
Moot me at the drug store on the
Anti-German-the Ideal disinfectant
The court Pharmacy can supply yoa
N ith this elegant preparation when In
Mr. and Mrs. Stant Borland left
Monday after a brief stay here. They
went from here to Tampa to attend
the Fruit Growers convention.
Mr. M. J. Timmons is In Ocala this
week on the jury. Mr. Ausley also
went down Monday.
Mis. Smith, of Ocala, visited MVr.
Melton a few days this week.
Mr. J. W. McElveen, formerly S.-A.
L. section foreman, has been tranq-
f, rred to the west coast, and Mr. W.
(. Pi acth has his plaoe. and- wi- bri;gi
I .. t.. i' as Rbon as he Is set-
Ml.. J. R. WlIa ........
hum returned home Friday night from
The many friends-o r.--c. o.
Landers. formerly S. A. I. night op-
erator here. will be glad to learn that
be has been promoted to a higher po-
sition in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Hampton Pettis has returned
home from Norfolk, Va., where she
wrient on a visit.
Mrs. J. N. Malphurs and children
sit"nt Sunday at Island Grove.
Mr. J. W. Melton went down to
(t.*al:a Tuesday. Mrs. L. S. Steele also
wnt Monday.
MR. ] II. FPerris and wife returned
to their home at Greenville Tuesday
Ingineer Miller. of High Springs,
hlas lie.,n in town this week.
Mr.-. Emma White and son, Mr. C.
W. White, returned home Saturday
night from Mi-enopy where they have
tl'wn attending conference.
'itra had quite an excitement Sat-
uriday. In the. morning a colored man
arnmed Jenkins aceidently shot his
witf's face nearly off, and she was
taken to the hospital In Ocala. In the
evening a colored man by the name of
L.,' tle-ame disorderly, and Marshal
Whitley ordered him to be quiet.
which resulted in a fight as the mar-
sh.l was trying tov quiet him. Marshal
\\'hithy believes in order. and must
ha. a smwI. If don't believe it.
.ask him.

is often n thought to lIe responsible for
an infant's loss in weight or general
j"i,,r health. The cause usually is that
th. 4 hild has worms. They get the
rt'.urishment in the food and the baby
starv,.es. actually starves. White's
r..m;inil V-rmnifue expels the worms
a:m nimri-h, s the child. sure ani satf-.
Iic- '..:,e" : t all druggists.

Aft. r ve-ral w,.,-ks' silence
s. n.l \.u a f.w n4tes though we
b' n k,.i.t quit" busy recently ai
nau. h timn- fe.r writing.
'a.tlouilb. shiploing is the ori
th. *.ir lots. We hoi.- they will put
,f mlne.iy in the lp-kets of our
. r-.
iNext Suinlay will be obseriv-
Chi.l ,hn'" Day by our Sunday 8
". I. COr.ace, accompanied bji
dLtnzh:'-r. Alta. attended district
f.r*** -., at Micanolpy last Frida;
S:; They report having I
.ni.-t !.-iihtful time.
.ii-.' Edith Livingston, of Edg
"*'. (harmine guest of Mrs. C:
I.ivineston for a few days.
NT!" .-I II A-. X .

so univCrafy good Vi. A,
an's favo.;t medicine-ja
ing and ainvigo gti
and giving them e final

a sbtitter Af *i t
r grg a a
medicine. Don't do

You candy knowt afforedie to to be
persuaded into aceeptwhg any susvU
a substitute for this honest.&eafdeh
medicine. Don't do it. Noh stow
attempt to cheat you in this wqN
.should be rebuked and avoided.
scribe Dr. Pierce's Favorit 'Pre-isi
3 worst cases because they know
f and know its ingredients t be oE thever
It's wel now and them to gead deme atwUm
that breed weaknds cause foal heah, Mlk app*e
nem and headache. Dr. Pier'se P1 be
ei5 sieetmnd dean. Recpinmm Pds bydmigt bc
their purity, goodness, d active gme
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Table is always. supplied with the flM6l6uar/k
Skilled cooking, careful attention to thwa*" oaf i
Good rooms and comfortable bedl. --Z

Specal aes by Week M '


I will buy all kinds of Junk-4rom. Steel. B4 r Opper, M
Tin,. Lead. Rubber, Bagging, barrels. Leather, Btc.; oM .*mee,.'
Boilers, Rails, Etc, whether as seooed-haad or scrap a pa y .
highest price in fash for same. Write or 6a0 t S 4"1
what you have and where It is catd. "

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While Kodol Is doing
stomach is resting-amd
strong and healthy. A a
healthy stomach guar
sound and active brain.
The man with a soum
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body Just what Nature
It to do-4s the man who
prepared for any emerge
Is "there with the goods
The man with a sick so
a man sick all over. I
stomachs t Irritated by v
food, the blood and bhe
rectly affected. Then dul
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vertigo and fainting s
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