Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 5, 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: VID03185
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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W Pkirview. icy, Jewun &6e 4-A the
iS ISsS". A _. which have uow up above the
mlB crpeM of Jer n Davis since the
0 PInfoWh the Davis. t ly removed to
iW hO6M0s19I, the Jeerm Davis Me-
worial Park was siply dedicated
m w h hr > ytieos aj. NWog mat aesro the state
_- __ Is Bode le, aear which Abraham
Liclna was berm eight month after
his eI s t t oponent. ahLrvlew Ie Un O
.BI ,j". a timy town rimmed with forests and
".': gently toward the grass-
grown battleelde of Teaaessee.
C" Ia Septe mber. 197. when the gray
grown and eadlade4 ramam of Ken-
twekys ftmous "Orphana Brigade" met
GSlasow, Ky. at he grave of Gen.
oelph E. Iawls their ..
H- A former Gov. Bolvar Buctne-.t Ken-
S. teky. broached the plan of the Set-
feors Davis Memorial Asseelation,
.bscrIption were o started, the wo-
SFULLER, en of the thiding nobly, and
F when all but $4.000 ad been raised to
Af 6MF purchase seventeen ac res at IParvlew,
Gen. Bennett H. To ig, eomnumdinc
dam., the Kentucky division, UnlM cofated-
---7, ."4h eate Veterans, advancedd that sum
and made the memorial possible.
GM. Ye" mg's Address
Oratory, music and :flowers made the
4dW table. A basket dinner and a
A barbecue were provided by the people
K. of Told and Christian counties, which
shame equally the town of Filrview,
and whem Col. W. A. Miltn, of Louis-
vifle. a e sha an In the absence of
cago, opened the meetlfng, the home-
S- r. *stead of the Devises was rowded..
t--I : ~ len. Young, a prominent Louisville
Lawyer, wrote the chief address of the
#6 2L day and It was read by Col. Milton.
aTERM&. CARIL. He asserted that every southern state
~A id.. oM rear a shaft to Jefferson Da-
:-' v i, whose character and sufferings
A ChHAC e dwelt upon sympathetically. He
.paidd high tribute to Lincoln, saying
l 1 Dthat the time had come when nen
U R C N inght speak kindly and truly .t the
past. He said the message which the
10 sad .11* aUnited south gave to the world to-
M iWW 0 day was 6M of everlastin peace.
a l O RID The plan L to raise $30A" more
with wicbk to build a mea oral. tem-
SCA ple to contain all the records of the
Cosrende~ey, rMld to remodel a two-
". ,.o, ry raldence upon the Devis farm
to hsM the wdows of Confederate

a beslde this: "I want to gs oa record
a say that Ir ard' electric Bitters
vieuk 'Th :nwar, that Clod
an oz t the greatest gIfts that God
has amade m to woman.4 writes Mrs. 0.
Kh art.edt, of -Vestal Center. N. I,
nSS2:, 000-r1 ^ caM never forget what It has done
Sfor me." This glorious medicinegives
,4 13 -- t.; S 4 a -mow ,,'sun kif-th, 'vlJr or
: to 20. m. body and jubllaat health. It quickly
cures n ounaa, sleepleep ness, mel-
ancholy, headache, backache, fainting
and diny spells; soon builds up the
wetk, Alng and sekly. Try them.
S0e at all druggists.

iThe Rts RauwgeTe Wtin Called
ON rON FPrth e ustle Cemneode f rom
Tallahasee. June 4.-In the senate
yesterday, Senator Cone made a se-
S vere attack on the Florida state
troops, declaring the state millit to
)- K, hbe a farce and the annual encamp-
S meant of the state top to be stlh
miseore of a farce. H# declared hat the
treatmneat of privates at the encamp-
Smsentse by offceta, who are far below
.. them at home, is such as to compel
" SU all decent men to get out of the ser-
vice as quickly as possible and not re-
Join. He declared the demeanor of
M IN T E WO L officers on. tese s oeasions to be
'-----' "+ + lanotbash In the eutrme.
+ ; -"^ rrlw w O01 X. Besdes this, Seator Cone declared
SI LOIDkO OM that to nke up eompmlOes to their
A Ha-M 1t Agent tn numbers a kinds of people are
i- picked up off the street Just before
' -* 1 Mthe emca mplmesnts. The attack of Sen-
?_ "MrBI lator Ceone aroused & heated discussion
li which Senators Harris, Hudson,
g .Massey amd Florney took part.
^ -..SHudwson rejousd wlh vgor and di.-
+.1. ^-. eharied -hia w rdy mtasnca at Cone
wi -- o -' wl, decar that
Senat or OMe had had a bad dressam
,1d -- hfsa tha*fa t sfe wf nin1 tMfering from
., '..t hi A s tirmoi arose over a bill
tVT bi msrvi eA Introeduced by Senator Buckiman mak-
l With lm el ap" s as appropriation of 1i.10 for the
Spi-tsary. natrle state rifle range at Black Point, near
gk .ag. JacksntvllMe. This aroused a heated
--Wd-. aMt AM f discussion, and Senator Cone at once
Ssprang to hin feet to speak aalast
n*I N Clthe appropriation and denounce the
i state troops. Senator Harris made a
.l .. .c;"- .lear eaut address in behalf of an

SHIS I a"ae-dment. The matter was argued
S prSH and eon for sme time before 1-
I i 1 nal action was tkel, granting the ap-

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eth-oad b e"-"is O two hIo a and the big
head that essnes from a sick headache.
Does your bead ever feet Ike a gosud
TM ER and yoar bralt feel loose and sore?
You can eare it in no time by acting
Oka "a on your i ver with allards Herbine.
Isa't It worth trying for the absohut.
and certain relief you get? At all


yrvanala Ga.. June 4.-A half dozea

by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to curedeaf-
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deasfness is caused by an
nflamed condition of the mucuous
llning of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you have a rum-
bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It is entirely closed. deafness 's
the result and unless the Inflamma-,
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear-
ing will be destroyed forever: nine
casef out of ten are caused by cetarrh,
which Is nothing but in Inflamed con-
dition of the mucuous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars. free.
P'. CHENE.x & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. T7c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
Four Big Stmers to be Built to Run
Between New York and Possi -
bly Tampa.
Newport News. June 5.-The New-
port News Ship Building and' Dry
Dock Company announces the closing
of a contract for construction of four
passenger and freight steamers to run
between New York and Gulf ports,
contracts aggregating three million
dollars. Ships will be 450 feet in
It is believed that Tampa is one of
the ports Intended, and ordering the
construction of the ships is a direct
result of the recent cruise of a yacht
carrying several of Mr. Harriman's
lieutenants around the Gulf of Mex-

the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 11 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold- by druggists
or by maiL Send for testimonials. Dr.'
KL W. Hall, 292 Olive Street, St.
Louis, Mo.


An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric
tfn that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three' cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
Bee them at ones. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
IDNver N. J.. June 5.-The body of a
strange man was found yesterday
hanging to the limb of a tree on thlt
outskirts of the town. The man was
evidently a slkfde. and all attempts
to establish his identity havt so far
When the authorities had cut down
the body, the pockets of the dead
man's clothes were gone through in
the hope of ending some paper that
might Identify him. Instead a wallet
containing $1,100 in cash was discov-
ered. I

You can never be quite sure where
a cold is going to hit you. In the fall
and winter It may settle in the bowels.
prodalang severe pain. In the summer
It may give you a colic with diarrhoea
or summer complaint. Do not be
alarmed nor torment yourself with
fears of appendiclas or Inflammation
of the bowels. At the first sign 'of the
pain or cramp take Perry Davis'
Painkiller In warm. sweetened water
and relief will come at once. There
Is but one Painkiller, Perr/ Davis'. It
is now nut# up in a large 35c size as
well as the regular 50c. size. 5
Their Joy Ride Ended Under the
Wheels of a Trolley Car.
Cincinnati. June S.-While coasting
on a child's express wagon down a
steep street here, William Whitehead,
a little boy, and his companion. Agnes
Ridge, were instantly killed. Th children had almost reached the foot
of the Incline on their "Joy ride."
when suddenly the front wheels of the
little wagon swerved, throwing the
children directly In front of an on-
coming trolley car. The motorman
put on brakes and did all that was
possible to stop his car, but it ran
over the little ones' bodies.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. \Re-
lieves painful, smarting, nervous feet
and Ingrowing nalls, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun-
ions. It's the greatest comfort dis-
covery ot the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes tight or new shoes feel easy.
It Is a certain cure for sweating, cal-
leWs, swollen, tired, aching feet Try-
It today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail 25c in stamps.
Don't accept any substitute. Trial
pacLage free. Addess Allen S. Olm-
sted, Leroy, N. Y. 3
The very latest show success in
New York is at the Knickerbocker
Theatre. It Is called "The Candy
Shop," and the music Is by the fa-
mous composer. John 'Golden. The
.Candy Shop" music is the cleverest
beard in New York this season. The
New York World has arranged with
Jerome H. Remick & Co.. music pub-
Ushers, for the song hit of the piece.

A Story of Love and Advent re -em t
Little Known Coast of Sthib-
westo Ammerica

(By Louis Tracy.)

If the confident demeanor f the pad-
dling warriors In the ca ss were des-
tined to be JustifiU the Kra was
in a parlous state. Her vast itk and
sheer walls of steel did not daunt
them. They same o steadily agat
the rapid current and spread out Into
a crescent when within a few hundred
yards of the ship. Then three men,
crouching In the bows of different es-
noes, produced rifles hitherto Invisible
and began to shoot. The ballots rice
abetted a rome the ripples .and Osur-
tenay saw that the avage didM not un-
derstand time sighting appliances. They
were aimng point blank at the ves-
sel in so far as they could besald to
aim at anything, and the low trajec-
tory caused the first straight shot to
rebound from the surface of the water
and strike a plate amidships. The load
clang of the metal was haied by thn
Alaculofs with shoots of delight.
The long, range firing. wa kept up
for several minutes, much to Courte-
nay's relief, as SBares was certain
that the Indians' stock of cartridges
did not amount to more than 400 at
the utmost The canoes crept gradual-
ly nearer, and bullets began to strike
the ship frequently. One glaneed OR
a davit and shattered a couple o win-
dows in the chart house. This Iod-
dent aroused even greater esntasean
than the first blow of the attack.
There was renewed activity among
the paddle welders. Two canoes were
not fifty yards from the mot osether-
ly floating mine. Courtemay com-
menced to haul into the slack of one
among the half damn thin eord He
turned to tell Suares to be ready for
the duty which had been entrusted to
him when his glance happened to trav-
el toward the mouth of the bay.
Then he learned the 0gramirsce of
that column of smoke on the northern
point A seet of at least orty casnees
was advancing on the ship from the
sea. Tide and paddles wwere swging
the small craft along at a spanking
pace. They were already much near-
er the vessel than the first batch of
Indians. who had very cleverly con-
(rived to enlist the attention of the de-
fenders while the real attack was de-
veloping without let or hindrance. It
was a smart ruse worthy of a race of
higher attainments than the tribe
which is ranked lowest In the human
scale. The newcomers abstained from
firing or stone aslinging. They were
gathering with the speed and silence
of vultures.
Two mines protected the trout of the
Kansas, and several canoes had passed
them. Indeed, Courtenay soon found
that some of the assailants were al-
ready screened by the ship's bows. bat
the larger number were clustered
thickly round Tollemache's Infernal
machines. It was well that a cool
headed sailor was called on to deal
with this emergency.I The' captain of
the Kansas even smiled as be appre-
eiated the full meaning of the trick
which his adversaries ba4 tried to Dioay

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The al coaed woe aumbamaL
dropped No. 2. which he was h W
and seed NO. 4 and & H d
them a habd eve had. as map
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panems rattled am theft o, as
sMra of Iron .bolts a and hi
nals fel ofR the de and hatel
and a trem dns hubbub of t
canme from the mat body of idk
A oanpe of heavily chaid dywam
bomb had brst In their idt. 1
leg death and de actlna ever a wl
area. Several mao near te" Is
tag platforms were ter assaar a
sank. while -mm woe kled or wma
d oat of all propotie to the a
of craft deabled.
Oulrteay at oaee peked up the
erng cord of the m which bei
about to fire In the flit smmaee
felt that the Alaculof otlla would
in future oa the ,a-e Mittm tw
shy" principle where tbm baoe
looking title poes shoAwe above
level, and he mu st r ks le ikl
while the opportunity servo. 1I
alne canoes on the south were not el
tred around the bomb to the sa
manner as the others, but they, w
near enough to mimaln heavy losm. 2
their frightened rews bad cease
ply their padres so he Ared that si
aim and had the atsfactiw of see
two more of the frail craft cape.
He heard the crash of bullets ag
the aM 'side A voey of st
maeah several more pane of O
lm- many armnw were Imbed
the woodwork. but he cably pulled
other cod and blew a single loud bl
a the saien. That was te agreed i
al to war thom below that tI
must expect to be att eked ftm
fore part of the Iem LL His S'mo
was lyiag e the taiaa Be took it
am od b f forward agaa. S eve
canoes were scurrying past and a
from the sip as afat as the cur
and may arms euld propel the
He ired..both barrels at tbom wl
range on the port side. He relad
and the sharp snappig of e
hots told him that Tllmacehe a
the Chilea were hby.
But thel Indba wee deahlud
the complete failure of tbe ahem
They had eaemd rtg and stone am
lug; they we lyin g for their Mi
Courtmnay wheeled round an Sa
"Nowr he cred, pUBting to aNsp
1mg trumpet. Shares ran out oa de
put the mbegphoae to hi momth a
roared after the diomflted ememN
threat of worse thiap in tore If tli
dared to come mear the ship again.
he used the AMclot langua1
sounds hIe uttered were the moet
traordlnary that Courteay bad
heard from a human throat--a at
pound of hoarse, guttural meoeb a
eoommant ending In a seres of lk
--and the Stentorian power of hiM hI
must have amsed the Indlanam
Courtenay saw that the two Se
were combining ftormes about an yai
to the westward. They were ois
aorne. but none of the savagems land
nor did they head for the marm am
Otter reemk. As he ws anaous
keep them o the run, he reolved
try tihe smre gat. Hejnmsed ri
ly. as it transpired, that they wo
fear the bellow of the fog bor e
more than the dflyg mIemles wk
had dealt death and serious wounds
He knew suEchent Spanih, eked 4
by s,.. to bd buarn hold the 1
cord taut fora mi ut. While
Kama wu stl trumpetig forth I
lod blare of deaeehe ran down
tiny garris of the port prmaem
deck received him Jubiantly. TI
had escaped without a bruise and <
ltg to their position wese able to n
ness the Indlan' reteat
He iaced anes to starboard a
found that by nfutwmw' minsbai
a amlean leman in smlehas'
tachimat had beea at thaoegh
bran. The poor feUow was pone
the deck. It wa only too evodet ti
a docto!"s skIm could avan him sag
so Tollemaehe had deced that
should not be taken below. The i

dent marred an easily won vdiea
Courtemay was assure to hais a
mind that nome of the me had be
Injured, seeing that he and Saie, w
occupied the most dangerous post
were untouched. This fatality wm
mere blender at fate. and It gie

Mve while b e beat wrewomuy
the alcky Chlea's bedy the daft
tag vibrati of the fog born em
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SL ir MWv. W. H. Deage, D. DD. PI. I n a .at W wo vi and ular monthly meeting yesterday at-
11 4 ft 8 M.a n y have bee n d lln ternoon. The attendance *as fair. LORETTO. (New -
ul....o Lma, :, e-. m S -ws y ovewn-wor ekUc1 in Mrs. Molte. ice preside t in the chair.
Is- A ehdlal 3:4nvitatio4n as iall. h too albearg of averal chairmen of committees made o Srdin ehool for Boys ,fted by th a.

p71 0 1o tthe i on s Were discus ed. Thr lea1 M'l a d Sme h U
. .,.-. . -j% Im vigtItingo -I j rq nt. new memberswere eleCted., r t'l.m i OqI and tSoc Ia l ,Iroom He tw
""r"d---wlee-for irsp~~selal bos~. Mrs. C. H. Llovd. Pool mplee Eqchoooo
111111W. ass 111irsear l ft paper on *Librarv Extension. Mrs. atn R
161g Sunuday cool l _gth E. L. Carney and Mrs. L. W. Dural P" eutheS-.
It "": ga-Regy tasmemUS lIau qsh were the hostesses and served re- Apply for Prospet tothe Al R PIO
A so ft ... .. w towa ":fro sh m en ts.
we*___o am" me of itIM1Th't thi rd Friday in June is the date SL t Academy,
INS pemaul cof the social meeting.
s. S ameeft as I me 3 ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
^ONt s --'-! o lge ro T hemie ah dbkIRONS ON TRIAL
|e; O ~ W~ ^, t l P. ( 5 aSPtb 111 b 67e or.twfte painial gory, I will place an electric smoothing
K'AM^?1-11 at Al ABtl come M al. a r 0tulI6 0~gawing -or- di iron In your home on a few days' trial.
Now .th m-Ilm w'"ain to a e with the ebureh cal tremeI- tl I. tomach. diny or upon request at my office, or by card
3 "VESs -i T em. e *d foI ar --- .. and thehi falt sp -- Imaginary spek or spots or phone. They are the the gr' test T a
| I "I aa oehur-~I iwin .Opened at S g bef e wq i, havee disageable, little thing in the home especially in
1. I -t.- mrarriletrtas.I or other disaplac hot weather. Connect the cord with
l.a6 g^ !c P. U.,* 6:45 ps' .MO wSnmaio organ from weolaes one of your light drops and in a few
-* et ate ig 2:45 p. u. e bmon. e t p*t Wl, whethey experien ce minutes tile Iron Is hoL No smoke AT A R i
gIga- gaand Od mtf 0 t Ides gOPPer, asy or soya few of te above s71p, or dirt and heat only where it is CARRY AT ALL TMWo A OO
,hgli. Or. Imme _snd a thfle am nt cu re y wanted. H. W. TU'CKER.
S, ..w -- M .,,SKILLEDPAINTIN.....G... U lO
Bea" tgo G oal- W. I. Caleoia, Minister. This worMamed spealf owangas SKILLED PAINTING
S-:la.. fladtey School. wamie .- and peclwar ailments t* S f t
^.an MIS- 6:00 u '_ -.+-'. ._ Cer.I ..... rac tof the choicest a.u d I am p hepared to take any Job of Oa % Q "-..-,'
9 bawO Nb mi e e e ava s roeina w bthopt Oa of painting, no matter how large or how
a.ISS etse L T1 V9:All .Its.I ." -0 small,"ot how fine the work d es1ired Bs
-.i N l M "| 11.1 am atteM1ted; tal0& Dr. may be. I have the m material, brushes ..

aoB Shbe thr rayeren or. rf SeimanofchiS a wnmian i Write a card, care Camp Phosphate.aR
be Iosail to contei nadu the baot tof Grainting Taeng, hard oil finishing. f Rv Ao Lpggiigs, Iu-in

011 the l 111 II 1om e. by-y If -Ye wO af tknow aior- about th. Company, or leave word at the Star
eg-a endorse- office. E. W. yaw, Ocal la. t State agents for and carry in
Sh it~el mt-TU.nJce aTSt Happm ne VERNOR eTOTShVEAs 0 o and Gasolene Engines of the In

JuneTS -e allowe.. -Aw- Company * \ .
K60 br011 n .aM 1 t 18pVP@A" C tafawrence ,Wy,,fh tlecalaOd, le esO. as a su lin Atlanta, June 4.-When Gov. Smiith *

IN.;SM el L OWE LRA.E o t-oRoNAT IA e r.tory from Fulton county two ya ears H B
o. SteHe the LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA hm bents the staeh wef A -CLAR S
I ., D3. l e + b go ,- ATLANTIC COAST LINE ago. for breaking into a store in comrn- "
F,. ..-_1, -t-.m-_A NtItOAT IN: pany with several other urchins.
1 M p I ta. It a a l Ie sea $17A5-Asbeville, N. C., July 13, 14 The governor took the lad ,to the
w M1Mt Ji em gism st a mad 15. Limit July 31. executive mansion, where be spent N aUoutlT N, I I
SMMs was t 17.A-Asheville, N. C., June 17, 18. the night, and got three square meals ur
*W so had" 3, a It mtt. Pastor. iUmt June 2L Stopovers allowed. today. He ha: arranged to put the RC BA S
S- d~ r y ehoo. m. -Atlanta. June 19, 20. Limit boy In a well known Industrial choi l J T. TM ,
Uto *in Mta tiast W ama g y flmw by See a. m- June 2. Stopovers allowed where he believes he will develop Into
Ia i l 4Watfitesunambsla n the Lto ,I me ppwer, fpa. M. amft 16 days. Extension to Septem- a useful citizen.
SP ON o e* Jast Le agb p. BM. ber d. tStopovers. s et Si
M t. Ttl i ail atwe wA Insto &- easnler Mage. 4 p. m. M&5-Knoxville, Tenn, June 20. 21. A VITAL POINT gVEC AVA&|
i--a- -rtast-bassoa- I W Ot Prehin, $^,G. 22, 2, 27. Limit- 15 days. Exten-
.s s inging.. loe to September 30. Stopovers. The most delicate part of a. baby is aAA be' l
l s r -Wt1 I Man e A ahetyveia tolll who ome. ui Isvellr, Ky. June t 6,7its bowels. Every ailment that it suf- t Istratwr a 1
.x' pat N ltN4 *t ." Jue 1 Extension to June fere with attacks the bowels also en- Bladde_ rt_
s o M p they W $MS-Nashville. Tenn. June 7 dangering in most cases the life of the
ggt SWaw, Maile M.I114. 16. 19. 28. 29. 30. miMcdee Baby Elixir curds THE DEPOSITORS THIS A A* ,1
A pt iiMusia AlMif timow e. Extension to September 20. Stop- diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange- V
A S g ftM stam t Jeus" o versp.. m, em ents of the stomach and bowels. At Are the merchants, the pbtferional and suclrsful mae aa warg f ON i
___ ls MDatt. 6.14-1. SS Limit June 14. Extension to July 1. druggists. the city, the farmers of the surrounding territory. : o
t 10," va --nlit.Junef14.Exten sion to July 1.
l t pa *Hvt s itt $1u co^ou Ala, Juone 8v r 1 Whether there is a breeze or not We accommodate all classes. Our customers rm.;est the M ad ,
Siht ta, Ae P i Limit 15 day. ExTenalon to you can keep one up for ten hours with women who have built and st ril bulldla saccosl lrl .
tMa September 30. Stopovers. one of the new eight-inch Westing- We solicit a share of your business.
SeWU ea lb -0l *' LgLtbinesem." Newdle $JS-$104S5-Los Angeles and San house fans for only 3 cents. H. W. h S A
Sth Francco on sale various dates. Tucker has them.
-,-,, ,, "" - a,"Lot the Lower Lights Ltmit October 31. Variable routes :
and Stopovers. S y m b t that ,t tai-
a~t auIg aSr and marketing og, "Jesus. the Light othe routes and stopovers. Limit Octo- DeWftt' Kdney and Bladder Plls.
Ll ber'NIKidneLa-d[BlUdderPills.
$11170-Monteagle and Sewannee, That isn't so. Nothing made Is as
Avog the requhl thl seem- Reaehg TetetnhMargat Ten., July 1.10, 17. 23. 24. 30, Au- good as DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder :
y t Im t gust 1. ad 14. Lmit September Pills for any ailment of the kftneys 1
M aim an mlad e 48 the le. L. Stopovers allowed. or bladder, which always results in a I .a I m i i
owe S t le i W 446"M Iowm MWI .eth e For further Information call on or weak back, backache. rheumatic pains. AlalIIg V
t.. ha toI 3t l eg- ble ionsal= Zwrite J. Umber, C. P. & T. A.; or rheumatism and urinary disorder. Ao
afStPOe gauwdag bss&en..a abes eanX VThe Morge Light is-Break-. J. K IkIand, D. P. A, Tampa, Fla. tIL Cenmtral rdorwda O
S bee" at". pAlr a md Pills is sufficient to convince you l-.w r te
.- t o l good they are. Send your name to E .
-, B B thai t thare is Sah e in M A Cment t & Co.,aChicagohe iy f f-m- a
"-+,L b I~tnS lldrrlb- 1T. 1 m111M Mu gh
,/,.... ". B County Surveyor Alec Moorhead ha. C... by a 3 meM S k m.

g.r e .. g t.e el- I a wm's delight to ltook her of o Johnson of their lands in the Blitch- 1g.
^ I.. 18AI6, thep..O S.Ues th -- pi*p - are-ptoei *.re ton section, the timber on which they Wee-a em i \ Ott a dbm u
$400f, $10 agAG HI and t ^ -"' msge UMW hmWelts were csre- suumlara AraIas Salve cutus thie; sW nATUB pany, of Micanopy. lang r -um. -g "w.
o h wil 'ruht th 5 ouage the rsk- soft ad velvety. It via he
: ~ j S ffel. .- --1 Crsko 111., BABOAUD AIR "BE To avoid serious results take Fs .ye. | Agmb 'or ind @t be kefi ad l .1 Mu .Z pi
I& eDisheugr t hali0 Tkriitd IeMi fo pues. Indsvlle, Ky.a ret kney or blader disorder such as

A m blrtilee .- Barat ad PNolthe. TicketM on Moornead wilreadjustth s -e --l
b e *WS M prer!6 7. C. Davi Co, o< JacsoT..le ... Jan 17 ad 18. Final limit line ,of Redk and add, a subdivision II d I Si t h

y igg ea' teBw --e^Ma assat ^powaL wHI se* aa make et second-r ba tJaNe 36, 1909. . .
Ii b grm m M ypewtr up terms It deAdd. $1 A fka S, retra, o Many of our citizensare drifting to- t
l alI it m t Optici asTickets oiaton e wards Brights disease by rigle .ting W NwD Cu a
19AHnd20. Blast limit June 25, symptoms of kidney and bladder .I, n i
U t trouble which Foley's Kidney II- me ly
-THE AE t AiR, N. OC., and return. will quickly cure. Sold by all dr g- RI Cm
l s aso M t Dramatic Order Kaigh ists .
Oif Tiketbso msale July 8,9, 0, tiand The Star erred the other day when LA BT adT YEA
Inn-11. Fia lmit July 26, 1909. It said Miss Vivian Dame went tote$ per | la SS
+t v+ilin POib owU -Memphs, '"ena. and return Jack.onville on a visit to friends. It
e.e-hn min @ w os t Min C account Interstate Cotton Seed was Miss Lois Dame. She accom- T .l Io le
SM usic on ket paed Mr. J. A. Pittman to Jackson- THOMAS M W SON
dow b5 nehtSat aol beI sale May 16, 17 and 18. FInal limit ille
,,, l ,..M. i. 1,9. n Everyone would be benefited by M O fat
J mv M o er Clo., land return, ac- taking Foley's Orino Laxative for con- -- m
mop, esefte- IWoJim d e cout General Assembly Presbyter- atipation. stomach and iver trouble
s 0sIan church Of U. S. of America. t sweetstion, stomach and liver trouble. it ,
e u.a"-by th U- il ikets on e May 16, 17, eI ands It sweetens the stomach and
1 l is- NE ouD T 19. final limit t6 reach original breath, gently stimulates the liver I-
t aarg po n. 1t tobrec r DAand regulates the bowels and is much I Tbins5
e ther starting po Oc adreturn. ac- superior to pills and ordinary laxa- QUArs OF
Sm-a b th i : coun9. aIn"l.t General .saemtby Preibyt ves. Why not try Foley's Orino Lax- 1 Wr
So e Iftl a byi Con Ge t. church In lted States. Tick- ative today? Sold by all druggists. CORN W
: __ Io t In: *2 June 19b. Miss Carrie Odom. who has bpcn :. hl ,
spending several weeks with her sis- Tw w
Account Annual Reunon Unitedreturned home today.
- Ma gmg a w- hl1Wad I*e gl Cpofederate Veterans. Tickets on
' _7e Jrs(e 28,o AND T H POUCEMANS Je 4 b yb and 7. psint limit We do not know of any other pill
Sth peell nt Memphi between that is as good as DeWitt's Littletrit N
ti t Juno and 14.extension may b" Early Risers, the famous little liverN t. CrW s
.'-.. tl..-" wt Jypeial a ent psof be opilL-t-smal, gentle, pleasant and sure C. Crn Whisky C. Corn Whisk a. M i
.- that m r a w" T IWDIA XPOSITION cint. pills with a reputation. Sold by all 4ai
Ma .W-- I e -Nasbylle, Tenn., and return, druguists.
,' easemtem at s. a TM UOACRWRB account Annual Session Sunday ster John ner, of tahatta i
Oats Ch01Congress and Young Peo- M-iastinr his gandmother. Mrs. J. S. t
WS.-" "g -le's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale OmsiMSa.
A from but not including date of sale. Colds that hang on weaken the cori- the hAI
5. f Jue 7 nd t Foa in m dait 15 days Odom. r.. 61u ad CwkMRew irh IRS 15. 2 52.-tSz e
ig i",- $15.-Tuscalooea, Ala., and return, stitution and develop into consurni- .
SFIX ut summer school for teacherstion. Foley's Honey and Tar cures Jal thei IS
p.ft is r.RSC a FIX Unlversity of Alabama. Tickets on persistent colds that refuse to yield to PA
+ me aeri o ___ A 3530" .se leKe 1I Julother treatment Do not experii nit .....

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Mee. SB-11-18 Frank fin Street, Tampa, Fla.

prOpeve you for a position a s Bookkeeper, Assistant Bookkeeper,
tlak Clerk or Telegra Ihr. Many of Marion county's bright-
11t -Ma.ani women are graduates of this institution and are holding
p OMle poatlons. A special rate of $109.00 for a complete
iJtIoa hbo o and board and lodging four months. Forty ($40)
t taltio alpset. Enter any time. Catalogue and pen specimens frea-



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~.Why Suffer ?

lbs y.menof.tbtouss of wom nV
mm funk aflneta I If so, don't be discour-
A-R O=A a botUe of Wine of
thwvam ar e r ietosfor i

ha hoaasidsof homes, as a usafe remed~y
womenendure .Iti eibe
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.-Afis Draft moof w shpLd, trW si g
~3 ..-sumet %U how mseh Curdui has dome Lau_
Oud I oddnot do a daft wsL 1

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Son Atwq 3p ogK a wi e
i. SO nm ban borziefthe fijpastw of
And hsb" tnnimadeunder his per,
$and Ismp a dakmdUes itsinuy.
Afwlrno one tUdeceve youea Ithis.
ilkInsk"WS ad "Juh' as-god o ae 'mbw6
UP~i~ b~W.wit and mmagrthe beami h .

*4 hm jw at I& p in AkCodter 0Oilm
Byrup& It spimeamt. it,
~I Mit O~, Ump&im. Dor other Narcode
~ ~~ 6 W~mae.. t destrq, WOMBa
~~~~w 3'Dhw~ laathu and. ind,
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The Cleveland boys. Charley and
Wilbur. returned Thur.4lay from at-
teding Rollins College. at Winter
mine candles, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best. in pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
Mr. Witherspoon Dodge returned
today from his graduation at David-
son, N. C. His brother "Dick." also
a graduate will return Monday.

We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Arthur Clark. of Jackqonville, Is
here for a few days to visit friends
and will be joined today by his wife
who will visit her mother, Mrs. S. A.
There Is no better stock of fin.
writing papers in the city then we
carry. Come in and look it over if
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.

Miss Lola M. Hutchins, of Tampa.
who visited her sister Mrs. Guy Toph.
at the Montezuma for a few days. has
returned to Tampa. She was accom-
panied by little Miss Dorothy Toph.
who will pay a visit to her.

Look over our line of toilet prep-

K. of P. meet Monday night

Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Red Men meet Thursday evening.
Woodmen net. t next Friday night.

Meet me at the drug store on the
Mr. S. H.' Happerset. of Jackson-
ville, is at the Ocala House.

Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonanza.

Mr George G. Lynch, of Wilmington,
is at the Ocala House.

Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. J. C. Davant, of Brooksville. is
at the Ocala House.
Mr. S. S. Boynton. of Reddick is at
the Montezuma.
5 or 6 doses 'rW6 will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.

Mr: W. B. Griffin, of Gainesville. is'
at the Montezuma.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L& Davis. of Plant
City, are at the Montezuma.

Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. )W. P. Randall of Tampa Is at
the Ocala House.

The Monfezuma had 26 arrivals yes-
Mr. C. H. Dame will he absent next
week looking after Woodmen camps.

5 or 6 doses "6W will cure any eam
of Chills-and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. J. C. K. Bridges. of Coleman, is
at the Ocala House.

Mr. N. A. Mixson, of Coleman, is at
the Ocala House.
Miss Nellie Stevens has returned
from her visit to Lakeland.

Mr. B. N. Dosh. the Star's chief
linotype operator. is visiting friends
in Gainesville today.

Mr. R. S. Hunter, of Mobile, and Mr.
N. T. Murphy, of Gadson. Ala., are at
the Ocala House.
The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and Invites
your inspection.

N. Nasser. of St. Petersburg. for-
merly In the fruit and grocery busi-
ness in this city. is at the Montezuma.
R. C. uavis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Mr. A. H. Massey, of (he Southern
Express Company, is at the Monte-
We hav the nicest line of hair
brn.hes. r-ombs and other toilet arti-
cles in the city. Tydings & Co.

Messrs. J. W. Caruthers and E. L.
, Padgett, of Webster, and W. M. Fails.
of Center Hill. are at the Montezuma.

Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sitoles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.
general agents.

Mr. L. H. Pilla.nas of Terrpll. Is
among last night's arrivals at the'"
Ocala House.

Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those S-inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.

Mr. George MacKay went down to
Eastlake this afternoon to spend Sun-
day with his family.
Meet me at the drug store on the


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The members of the Ocala Rifles
will report at the armory tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 to make preparation
for going to the state encampment.
The Dunnellon platoon will come up
and j-in the main body. and the en-
tir.. company will go into camp. prob-
able on the vacant lot opposite the A.
C. L. passenger station.
Mondai. will be given to drill and
instruction in camp duties, and at 5
o'clock a dress parade will take place
on the public square. The band will
play. and all th., people should come
out to take a klok at the finest com-
pany in the state troops.
The company % ill 1.-ave Tuesday
morning on the early Cnast Line train
for Jacksonville, a; d will be absent
ten days.


Mr. R. IL. Reed has located in Ocala,
and solicits a share of the piano tun-
ing from those who desire expert
work. Action regulating, voice re-
flecting, case finishing and high class
tuning guaranteed to satisfy the most
fastidious muskiians. Twenty years'
4experience with many of the larger
music houses In thie country. First
elass credentials. Leave orders at
Weihe's jewelry store.

At the meeting of the Kinghts of
Pythias next Monday evening, nomi-
nations of officers for the next term
will be made and refreshments will be

Rev. C. C. Carroll will preach his
farewell sermon at the Baptist church
tomorrow evening, and will leave on
the Monday morning S. A. L. train for
a visit to his family in Louisana, be-
fore taking up his new charge in
Owensboro,. y. Ocala deeply regrets
to lose this eloquent preacher, who
for four years has pastored one of our
largest churches and worthily per-
formed as a good citizen every duty
that has been laid upon him.
The Air Dome had a fine line of pic-
tures last night, but the weather
clerk interfered by tipping the tank
over in the middle of the evening. He
will be on his good behavior tonight.

Little Annie M.scKay while jumping
back-ward from the -porch broke her
right arm neai th*- shoulder this
morning. The proper medical aid was
summoned and this afternoon the lit-
tle girl accompanied by her sister,
Miss Itessie, went down to join the
family at Eastlake.
For sale and exchange-I will take
as part pay on a high grade piano, a
good active, safe buggy horse, or will
take horse and buggy and give easy
terms on difference. Address general
delivery, Ocala,. Fla. R. I. Reed,
Piano Salesman.
The hand concert last night was
well attended, notwithstanding the
.-hower. and all who went greatly en-
joyed the music. The people certain-
ly owe Mr. Maloney a vote of thanks.
as the broad verandas of tht O)cal-t
House, not only sheltered scores of
people. bht the gentlemanly proprie-
tor gave up all the chairs in the hotel
office to ladies who would otherwise
have been obliged to stand.
The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
rc.liability. promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydings & Co.
For Sale-for $185 spot eash each,
to five purchasers only. and no more.
one of the- best nnd most durable
makes of pianos that is sold, a sample
proposition. The csl to *accompany
the order. Don't miss this as this
piano would sell ordinarily for $375
Aind upwards. Also a few organs at
hargain price's. R. L Reed, piano
salesman. )c:la. Fla.

Mr. W. M. Stevens. of Tampa. has
taken the position made vacant at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store by the res-
ignation ,,f Dr. [ay. who will have all
he eon attend to in his own business-
the handling and shipping of the Day

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As it is Saturday night there will
be no services held tonight at the
Baptist church. The ordinance of
baptism will be administered tomor-
row morning and the Lord's Supper
will be observed at the evening ser-

B. Y. P. U.
The Baptist Young People's Union
will have a business meeting tomor-
row night.. This is the last meeting
we will have before our convention.
All members are requested and urged
to be present.
J. W. AKIN, President


They are handed down from parent
to child, and It there Is a defect Ian
parent's eyes it is more than likely to
be found in the eyes of the child also.
Red lids, styes, or itching, burning
pains are
muscular troubles that can be over-
come by using proper glasses.
Eyesight pe"J'-t,
Ocala, F1..
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. san
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical olee
and laboratory, rooms and 4 Gary

Any one wishing a good home in
Ocala. with very large lot, on easy
terms and at a great bargain, apply
at once to F. W. Ditto.

The Famous New Jersey White Rob-
in Has Put an End to Her





Montclair. June &L-Tired of being
accused by its red-breasted and dark- For rent an essat-room r-U-ei
coated companions of constantly well located on South Third sLt
showing the white feather to the Apply to F. W. Ditto or to OW TOh,
world and broken hearted because her at the Montesuma hoteL
mate turned against her, the Albino
robin which has attracted so much at- HOUSES FOR RENT
'tention on the Rand estate in this town Modern cotta es, am omlllm e.
since the opening of spring committed wel located lad any. Apply to Jo-
suicide this morning. A few minutes eph Bll, at court hobas
before the tragedy the gardner notic-
ed that the white-plumed and pink- There are many amltatloM O De-
eyed songster and her sombre-coated Witt's Carbolised Witc Hasel al-
mate and overlord were having a ter- DeWitt's is the ori L Be re ye
rific quarel, in which the white rob- get DeWitt's 'Carbolf1tn deWtc102
in waspunished terribly.e when yo for It I
The gardner tould not understand for t hen ybum ask for it It is ee-
what they said between pecks, but he pec bgoodfors pa iSes.Nby Im
asserts they went on "something aw- drup iste
ful." He sympathized with the white
robin because for weeks she has R E XALL
been a mark for spite for the regu-
lar robins of the place. What he WEATHER -POFRE T
could not understand was why the
mate of the Albino should turn on her Pair in north. Showes to eatral
so savagely all at once. Her mate and south portlom toalght or dway.
had fought for her when she was as-ey and Tar is expecaur
sailed by the other robins. In fact rFolea Hmew y and Tar ta mptein]
he seemed to take pride In the fact rotundd for brom*i to 0"
that he had broken down the color ng troubles a "d mayn s~usrs frm
line in robindom. bronchits ast aad
The domestic trouble of the two have found comfort a"d relefKt, bW*-
birds must have been as irreconclable Ilg FWle'R Homey and Tar. BdM by
as it was sudden, because the white all druggists.
robin was driven from her nest and R XA
her almost-white eggs. Cockrobin
then said something to her which -- -
made her almost frAntic. The con-
flicet began immediately. In and out
the tree they flew. and from limb to
limb the fight went on. Suddenly the
white robin flew from the tree to a
bush 150 feet away. She rested there
a few seconds, sang a few sad notes
and then started at full flight towards
the tree that contained her nest and
e-gs. She flew low and at first the
gardnei did not know her purpose.
Every second her speed was accelerat-
ed. and finally she went head first In-
to the trunk of the tree and fell dead
at its base.
Her quarrelsome mate flew down
beside her and did his best to coax
her back to her home. Even when

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over. w whe l plaW sWs aw
Ab mors the M-je tiu umO.

Isado to eatertalm and pig fagt-a.
Mr. aft. in the fr iape t

same down b"a*op the 40L MW

bought, at the e0ne, eC 8ntli e-.
omed WIN OMly m am Io 0

la by adte l m e. M tto
TMrs. G. A. Car-tehatel atwo M
series, was wellplyed on both ul-

Eda Cmrlverthine left today omthe
Seaboard for Hot Springs. Ark., ,hiar
they nfli speed about six weeks tI
that good, tool cuontry with toalUmg

experlen ed piano men. are ateaglag
to open a tert-clan plaad egr ogm
house nve Ocam ator wl robay e-
cornpy the tore ext door to.thi Wb

ry a moat he cplete and weDl Ita
line of plcaNes, at I add the Os
piano hoe to Oala, and ot mrand
taterprsew that win be a 1cedit to tme
city. In addition to the mteant -e

well equipped repailra departmet
where old h-irtv..ate wbe 4 t


Teour prriptons, wbm left at Ise
Court vPhrmaen, abaeem In



any muste tmelaer ta Oels, _ay
18. A. M. Ze;aead d eLty. 1-1-tt
Ofers its ier an men. aperle w-

mansblp In the art of platlagt ielt
tles of a kfirst-clnds s ess. It a m
Introduced itn spealty "w parental -
tomobilhe store. A ample ot ar wok ea
te green on the decoration of Mr.,I W.
Daveffics anta. Give ms a e lL

pI have Jugt trocaved a" r g mlf
wo ellectrque ai repN. AmiSg tm s
Youre eimadsmrptom im let at S

TCunesto Phara, lav or tead
down. A. W. TOc. 1 r.

On account of the fact that I am
building a speed launch for use on the
springs. I will sell the launch "Merry
Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to me
or to R. D. Mathews. at the laundry.
5-4-tf Frank Mathews, City.

Traveling and resident salesman to
handle a fast selling, active and wide-
ly demanded specialty. Very liberal
commission. International Paint Man-
ufacturing Co., Richmond, Va.
How is that. This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-Inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply man.
K. of P. meet Monday evening.

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Seneves in Moderate TariW and Mod-
mew asNeVw hut SSS Neoessity
for Many ettlessip.
New York, June 4.--"America
should adopt such revenue laws as.
while allowing sufficient funds for
governmental purposes, will not pre-
judice the interests of trade," declar-
ed Wu Ting Pang, minister of China,
last night
Dr. Wu arrived In New York yes-
terday morning and will leave tomor-
row on the Panama, for Peru. where
he goes to look after his country's in-
terests. He is accredited to America,
Mexico. Peru and Cuba. but during
his previous term as minister he did
not have a chance to visit his "branch
offices." He will be In Peru about a
moath and will return to this country
ftm- therefll Later he will go to Mex-
In the evening Mr. Wu was the
guest of Dr. Eugene Christian. of No.
7 West Fifty-first street, under whom
he has been studying applied food
chemistry, and with a party he took
an autamobile ride to Coney Island.
In discussinag American revenue laws
further, he said:
"The object of such legislation
should be to Increase trade, and noth-
lg should be permitted which will
obstruct certain kinds of business. Of
course the government must get all
the mmney it needs, but it should not
do so In a manner injurious to gen-
era trade.
Naval Plans of China
"The suggestion that China shall
build a big navy is under considera-
tion." be continued. "I am for peace,
but It is like this: If two or three
nations will not disarm, what are the
others to do? I don't want a pistol
0 in my house, but there are thieves
and it Is necessary to keep one. When
we all have lots of guns we want to
I shoot. Is It not so? If we are nAt
armed we are much more prone to an
amicable adjustment of dimfcultles
but when we are armed- we exclaim,
'Why, you Insult me!' and we shoot.
Xf two or three nations persist in
arming others must do so also. Why
not all disarm and keep the peace?"

unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
SC I or cold, W. J. Atkins worked as night
*, ".. .:: d!--- --' ,,,*d|,watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
SSuch exposure gave him a severe cold
^i- d\d u llf -- sa- -s-- that settled on his lungs. At last he
S r i had to give up work. He tried many

S. ^ ^ SR,- sore lungs, hemorrhages, croup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
S- prompt cure from this glorious medi-
clue. ec and $1. Trial bottle free,
guaranteed by all druggists.

D Dunesllen is Offwring Liberal Induce-
*I* y aasetupS~fegast ^ events to the Tampa Northern.
Dunnellon, June 5.-A mass meeting
S/ of the citizens and business men of
S.J Dunnellon was held Thursday night
for the purpose of seeing what could
b 1 e done In the way of offering in-
ducements to the Tampa Northern
railroad to put its right of way into
the city limits of Dunnellon. Mr.
Pasco. chief engineer, was present.
representing the road. Judge W. M.
I"u !Gober called the meeting to order with
a few appropriate remarks, setting
Sforth the purpose, whereupon N. H.
SSm f 1fm w asae -A te. mai Ivir g.| poseell was selected as secretary and
S"1 JUA--- IJudge Gober as chairman. Messrs.
S 0. W. Neville, cashier of the Dunnel-
___ _____ __m s 1 IMon bank: Dr. Baskin, A. B. Kibler,
a."e"em er syU "sr Gordon Watkins, N. H. Boswell and
p. p--- -*~-m -. "- others offered liberal contributions in
the form of tight of way and building
S. site for a depot, In connection with
"DoI OF GPVCrL such bAder a bid and the s bsequent cash contributions for construction of
JOTC OF SPECfIlAL such bidders bid and the subsequent same. A committee of three was then
sM roperty- because of he allure appointed e" onsting of Messrs. G. W
tsi. bWa hsriPny gv tat under of ma pmreBiaser to pay the full Neville, cashier of the Dunnellon
ady rt-e tO a Imal f"deem 4err- sM-t of his bMd and abide by the bank; W. M. Benson. merchant, and
of t .1 W6 0 W5M008l W. ;*- IL orders of this curt the deposits of all W. R. Edwards, merchant, to secure
s' thnoe kitem Ot 0 th t either bMidders to be returned by smid sam idright of way and donations, and
._ c. SSS l, 1~ ._l fls? s after iM Oid -6sa, except that In were authorized to advise the officials
a thee sst the .al -bidder sas- of the road when the same was done.
eo em pamg there the ma of his owershi Of Pasco announced that his com-
w i t P. t .beads kor other .3nces nof debts m- r Paso anno
|iu iE- l 6" th rebb 1wsh of th m rtgage ord ed ny's intentions were to put the road
ct b. lr i|o, to C a uie tga g r de Into the mining district as soon as
IN L L J, WilMS b u aupose, the sald master possible, and that Dunnellon would
B mbs _pa h em ast will are pt the same and allow such probably be the terminal point for
L eismrI s heWilf wm bidesc edit therefore, according as some time.
g gS s tw t o priority ay admit, and to the e- It will be remembered that the Sea-
ts c o-se e'- Taer 5u s tMet the pro rata value of the said board has recently made a survey
&L.. 4 t 'al hem osfMe t'.f bad, based upon the whole issue into Dunnelon from Early Bird. Its
i s eo- b-lliHe b- there. so pedered M to tie sum o present terminal, and the outlook Is
-- di .' i tal _tylamoun n ir s f said bid In e0 m soft hme now very good for two lines of steel
Sb ao m fI li br said m ses and estmate d cotf eg._! 1 S. to soon penetrate our little town.
&"A 0. ftA-Vt: t this ss and the total amount of all
"M ait t r se tu C P Oand unP C beto tr n APOOR MILKt
0@* 'e n) i Ta Seld U e) 1 -fr the mtre atom(1 3)hs
t 111a-ma t, wenty-We (M) emKt .s /e rii. is often thought to be responsive oar
hl ten.. west tlg ar.the an infters loss In weight or general
3's. NO...S. t s ()0 sh hWety d giate for --i-).aPIn t poor health. The cause usually is that
iaft i ) th at es t e !t ctO APtLICr AT ION O Rte ,child has worms. They get the
.. M A "sae..twS ofne ) NOTM 6 de APPLICATION FOR nourishment In the food and the baby
sauilbe r twel : S 2w T= Dosd Unaer tl a ran e of starves, actually starves. White's
S/" sa tw0y () ur 4M L aws f Floridae. Cream Vermifuge expels the worms
i Sth-1M i 8stl ( south t and nourishes the child, sure and sat.
Sim XS~te- (3) ai 1' eIa tNatl e Is be8 t0I0 Yrt t .STP Price 26c ct an druggists.
to l i ,eeaft ft al ha rem prhasr of tax certificate No.
naMs l a- isatham es9tyuu. Ma; .It dated thea rd day of June A. D. REXALL
. am- a mse wrta athor iee r lo. has Med said certlcate in my
f f .; m eI. b"d t gre la A a office and h made application for In the Circuit Court, Marion County.
,, -I M a *ft4ws: 1s deed to Issue in accordance wilta lorta- Chancery.
S*" C ") lawe A t 5th wertif eate embraces the Thoma P. Denham, as Trustee, vs.
Be Z ua m aWitg desoeribe ed property situated Oklawaa tFruit Company, et aL
i" n hem (S somuth B s liMari on ui cmlyj moria toa -w, i t: n .
S-111 -11110 (1) sa tbuel U ebse t8w l lot I so e tP 17S. ........
T -- -. (- -s e ..a' U W er o t 0 7s c a 2 T s, bondholders and all persons clalm-
i B biIg in e- tc a w t.5o nh,2 a- o Th a.- alug un der and by virtue of the trust
S 'w hw at Mar es I be a aeds. at the date of p by the complainant in the
41; 1b01 1%ae tw IsdCr eoft tuch certificate In above stated cause, or claiming other-
-- t he Phr M tI egiasD- f D.L MDholan. Unless wise a ien Upon or ownership of any
= 1110 111 Mn d h na a- I--- r ba f treeemed ac- othe and personal property In-
M I, bel 1,: aid t ,sM --- ,u l in L vohed therein, and to all whom it may
b w a s th e ithday of July, A.
S' @@amllu' r bt l-. -ou and each of you, are hereby
dome % noa t ow N aad W ms or offal a l signature and noticed to present your bonds, cou-
KU i AuiIX|l1-,3 at "a- seal this the Md day af June, A. D. Pan and claims under the trust set
K .. M i >*J reesrs of Marisa i a. T. u8RUNK( up by the complainant in the above
fW SShl. and now hdad Circult Court Of Earls.I Co., pl. tated cause, and also claims of liens


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"You saw them?' repeated Courte-
nay, his beat brows emphasizing the
"Yes. I was looking through one of
obe ports. Was that wrong?"
"Which one?"
She pointed. "That one," said she.
wondering that be had never a smile
for her.
"Then you must obey orders more
faithfully next time. A man was shot
dead by a stray ballet not three feet
above your head." "
She paled, and her eyes fell before
his stern gaze, which did not deceive
her at all, for she read the unspoken
agony of his thought.
"I am sorry," she murmured, "not
so much on my own account, though I

"If yo undertake to hold the dog, MHi
Mazwell. I will bind his paw."
shall be more careful in future, but
because some one has suffered. Who
is It-not one of our own people, I
"A fireman. I think his name is
Gama. You have hardly seen him, I
fancy, but I regret his loss exceeding-
ly. It must have been the merest ac-
The captain of the Kansas was cer-
tainly preoccupied or he would never
'lve failed to Inquire the extent of
Joe"l injury. Nor would either he or
Else have forgotten that Christobal
was not "one of our owf people,"
though the girt might protest hotly
against any invidious twisting of the
The Spaniard missed nothing of Cour-
tenay's solicitude for Elsie's well be-
ing nor of her shy confusion. Chris-
tobal was under no sort of doubt that
unless another "accident" Intervened
be had lost all chance of wlanlag this
woman's love.
But he swallowed the bitter knowl-
edge and said:
"If you undertake to hold the do0
Miss Maxwell, I will bind his paw."
"Oh, my ducky darling little pet'
Did I actually forget all about his
dear wounded little foot? And he came
hopping in so bravely, too, carrying
himself with such a grand air. Come,
then, Joey, dear! Let us see what has
happened. Yes, this is the doctor, but
he won't hurt you. He Is so good and
kind to little dogs. lie will wrap up
the bleedy part until It Is quite nice
and comfy." _
(Continued Next Saturday.)
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitutional
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum-
mers. Box W. South Bend, Ind., will
send free to any mother her success-
ful home treatment, with full instruc-
tions. Send no money, but write her
today If your children trouble you in
this way. Don't blame the child, the
chances are it can't help it. This
treatment. also cures adults and aged
people tro',-led with urinead.f cultlea
by day or night. L Il.
LR C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c
each;: $7.60 per dosem.

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dGdi let a 5 -6
turn for this:0=afbigml prvdmiin~ m
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Every mrn ay MWis v ud od
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In addition to this o deic eDL .PI~aud
of his great lOOO0pege ho~"i o~ sm

Dr. Pierw~S Plen,%gmom
work in harmony with "awm
CM4day graiaaksm My to a tab

The good people of Eleetra will en-
joy a picnic Saturday before the third
Sunday in June, to which gathering
the editor acknwledges an Invitation.
Kfdney Troubles Attack Osala Men
and Women, Old and Yeu
Kidney ills seize young and old.
Come quickly with little wanting.
Children suffering their early years-
Can't control the kidney secretions.
Girls are languid, nervous, suer
Women worry, can't do daily welk.
Men have lame and aching backs.
The cure for man, woman or ehML
Is to cure the cause--the Mkineys.
Doan's Kidney Plls cure sick kid-
Cure all forms of kidney suflMsg.
Mrs. S. E. Pnkerson. living at SM
W. Liberty St., Galnesville, Fla., says.
"My daughter was In poor health for
some time, and I am sure tht It was
all due to weakened .kidneys. be
was not strong, felt nervous and wa=
subject to dull headaches. These
symptoms of kidney trouble together
with others that existed, Induced n
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 Kldasy
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. Price SO
cents. Fcster-Milburn Co., Bu u,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name.-Doan's--ad
take no other.
McIntosh, June 4.-Milton Tates, a
young man about 21 years old, at-
tempted suicide about 7:10 Wednes-
day night, by shooting himself. The
young man boarded with Mr. COm-
eron, and after eating hbl supper went
out on the porch, leaving Mr. Cam-
(ron and family in the room and Ia a
few moments a pistol shot was heard.
Mr. Cameron went out and Ytmes ask-
ed him to hand him the pistol which
had dropped on the floor, that 'be
wanted to shoot himself again. Cam-
eron at once took him to the office of
Dr. Z. M. Price where with the assis-
tance of Dr. Burgin and Dr. Means,
the wound was examined and proper-
ly dressed, and the man will probably
be well in a few days. The/ot went
under the Jaw. through t tongue. up
through the roof of I6 mouth and
out of the left side f the nose. Just
below the eye. T doctors say be
will recover. The/young man raised
a crop of vegeta with J. W.
Means and did well. He took a tlV up
in Kentucky since then and returned
last week. He says ,he has been
thinking about killing himself for
some time, and bought the pistol for
that purpose, but made a blunder by
turning the barrel too straight up. It
is .said his father committed suicide
in South Carolina by cutting his
throat, and at times Milton has shown
a weakness by being despondent, and
acting strangely. He is a hard work-
er and has made a success this sea-
son. No special cause is assigned for
this rash act.
Just exactly the cause of your rheu-
matism, but you know you have It.
Do you know that Ballard's n8ow Jan-
iment will cure it--relieves the pain
-reduces the swelling and limbers
the Joints and muscles so that you wil
be as active and well as you ever were.
Price 25k, 50c and $1. At all druggists.

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