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 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03186
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Cincinnatti June 7-Notwithetftdbg
the rr d Imintm has Jst
the ditan race track gambu*n Ml. An-
onement has been made at tOhe La-

racetrack tear iaekaorVUle- the un-
detan g aMM 'f mn being
tha t wIU wll av easly two years to
run before the 8ean-law becomes op-
Tbesemeimemt was made by
Wntnam iet. who bha twenty horses
at LaMta, and who eaves for Jack-
soMvle to helee opUons on a site for
the truck, wublp is to be across the
St. Jeos rqher ftm 0ass nviUle
,Irer Mates that an agreement has
been. eneged a Cuey" rewn of Ceincinnati,.
vonat o theb etherracetrack at Jack-
av l regardg da tes.
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91d Sieraey da minge When the

hrd -Wests -d Esenemy

Tallahassee. June 7-The legisla-
tare of 109 was a wrklang body. It
passed muas bills, sme of them cf
bread Interest and effeet, and many <6f
minor value.
The most ftar-eaching of the foaer
is the pieMbMtIn mieaur. It pro-
vides for the submissia of a com-
stItisMala smeadmeat evgiIdng tor
state-wide prohibition. This aimead-
mest wlN be voted ups by the peo-
ple in the fall aof wom the hi*-
anial lectm wll take place.
Another whbi the re-
foramers ad tdeir fdith to was
the Sloan anti-race track gambling
bil It west thru--h -- ly a few days
SmI but s ammged as to permit of
-a for two mere WM
stat. Fair Aqppepel!atie
The People of boUth Florida i par-
ticular wre much Interested In the
action f the eioieT tin regard o
the payment of the state' obUgations
to the Florida State Midwinter Fair
Assoclaton. It was fAsly settled by
makg provision for thelpayymet of.
this In the general approprlaton. Te
money will not be available until the
saptag of IW.

The .peslea p? has 'been so amekl-
ed that from now on only those old
soldiers who ,have less than $2.S00
wort) of property a their name will
be entitled to resolve state pensions.
This wll have the effect of decreasing
the pension dL The legislature almo
made provision for the Immediate re-
lie of the pension fund by taking an
amount from the general faid and
placing It In the pension fund.
The Text eksr Fght
Both state and county uniformity
of text books failed of enactment this
" Of the msmse that emited most
distenlon and failed of realbmton 'it
the sesslo, there Is no more striking
tntamce than that of Senator John
S. Board's plan to difranehise the ne-
gro voters
'The Pineas county dviion scheme.
which was killed In the senate, was
another matter UMt created great ex-
eitement at the Umhm Thee was one
new county ereaged by the legislature
-Palm _BeaIh lad up of the north-
ern portion of Dad county.
The Walbes Clai ODead
The claim of S. L Walles against
the state, which has bobbed up, like
Banquo's ghost, at every session for
several teams, w killed. The gov-
ermor recomme de- that Widles be
paid $5,00. The legalatsm did not
adopt .the s

The Investigates of the accounts of
the trustees e the Iternal iprove-
ment fund resulted In the report that
the fomnd. had beoen costly admIn-
tl am that the drainage of the
nverpxd should be carried on. Bu
the reports tal a out of former
Gov.-w. S. Jennage, who has received
lasu4ee aMfr his servlesf as counsel
for thMa do .
'we the most important acts of
the legislature was th taking W
the cmproller the power of assets-
Ing the ralroael ad p e-n the task
upon a mcomism of in-e state of-
The takn e tmh boa; of par-

It poble fore .1at gentleman to act
ua attorney for theo .

ua .lnadbl of damnuesa, drafts, storm.
or odd. W. J."At naa -naight

that settflod es l At dlat he
had to give up work. be tried many
remdkes ht all 1-dn tE he u-ed Dr.
King's New Dlswvery. "After asnag
oe bottle,- ha wri ent hack to
stubboa eus, -Mpd suats and
sore luags, hemenragM, creep and
whootpang eeuah g quick relIef and
pr- s ee .tmed-l
clue. See and St. Trial bottle free.

May be secured to dance and sing
and recite and pour tea and light
pipes at an entertainment on the pay-
ment of so much money-who with
their samisan and their purpled eyes
hate been glorified by literary and
dramatic lights. must go.
And this Is well, Mr. Daring thinks.
because there Is much in the life' of
the geisha that not picturesque--
muche that does not appear oM the
We and that is at bottom very pit-
iable and unfortunate. It Is not the
falt of the geisha, but of the cus-
toms under which she lives.
The time is near. therefore, when
instead of being taken In Infancy and
trained to posture and sing and danct-
and lay their thousand-year-old
soaga pon the samiman. these girls
wIl "be taught to cook and use the
typewriter and do shorthand and oth-
er useful things. Such is the lively
progress upward and forward of Nip-

baae this: "*I want to go on record


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Sea s Caen's Sharp Talk About the
Work at the Negre Agricultural
Tallahassee, June 7.-The spirnt
whieb prompted the senate to strike
oat $256A appropriation from the
fuad allotted to the Negro Agricul-
tural and Mechanclal College of this
state was voiced by the speech of
Senator Cone, as follows:
."Take the brass buttons and cher-
roua away from these negro boys and
make them plow the field'. Think of
It, men. negroes wearing uniforms and
walking around the. streets of our cap-
iai edty. Why. Mr. President. I have
even seen them sitting up here In the
-mate. Negro captains, yes, captains.
We'd better be making farmers out of
"Patent leather shoes, red neckties,
brass buttons and chevrons aredreed-
Ien ta the git of every negro out
of their ambition to be a Pooker T.
Washington and eat at some white
mA's table.
"It is not right to appropriate them
all of this money to be used in that
way. Why, they even have tennis
courts out there. Why not make them
plow these courts up and plant some-
thing In them? UI's called an agricul-
tural school, not a military school.
Let's make them wear homespun'
shirts, Jean breeches, and get in the
fields and plow. We will cut this ap-
propl1ation down and say to our state
board of control, you take these unl-
forms from these negroes or we will
ask the governor to remove you."

by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Thire is only one way to curedeaf-
nesa, and that Is by' -onstitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucuous
lining of the Eustachlan Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum-
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when It is entirely cloewl, deafness 'a
the result, and unless the inflamma-
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear.
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which Is nothing but a Inflathed 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
Hai's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars free.
P. J. uHREfY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 76c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

The Murderer of His Sister Will be
Executed Friday
Jacksonville. June 7.-The State
Board of Pardons has refused to
commute the sentence of death upon
Otis D. Smith, sentenced to hang for
the murder of his sister, Cora Belle
Smith, on May 8. 1908. and next Fri-
day morning the prisoner *11il be
hanged In the Duval county Jail.

the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatoid trouble. $1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
I. W Hall, 392 Olive Street, St
Louis, Mo.

Preset Reigning Family of Japan Op-
sod ta aCantinuanms of the
rUdladelpba, June 6.-The geisha
girls of old Japan-the oldest vaude-
vile specialists In the wide world.
who antedate Mr. Keith and the
tnoek-abouts by a thousand years-
are booking for extinction. Aristocra-
tic opinla in the'land of cherry bios-
oma and chrysanthemums and bat-
tleships de luxe Is beginning to re-
gard them askance and the til e is in
sight when they will be one with the
dodo bird and the merry widow.
This is among the most significant
Items of Information given by the Rev.
J. L. Dearing, D. D. of Yokohama.
General missionary Ia charge of the
Buptist organization in Japan. The
present reigning family has now prsc-
tUauly stated its opinion as opposed
te the continuance of the geisha as
ose of the prominent and pictrueques
Mounents In the social life of the na-
M0en. The gorgeouly dressed girls who

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Will Curb Germany's Ambite if She
Starts en a Career of Wwrd-
Wide Aggressien
Kiel. Germany. June 6.-At a meet-
ing of the German Naval League here
yesterday President Koester made a
sensational speech. "Germany's naval
policy must be preserved," said Koes-
tor. "Germany much continue to work
to perfect a fleet that will be able to
cope with her most powerful marine
rivals. There must be no going baak-
ward because of outside critleisn4 A
fleet that will keep the German na-
tion where she belongs among the
world powers is an immediate nes-
Count von Buelow waxed semsa-
tional. "England's claim that she must
rule the seas la preposterous. Eng-
land has.not the divine right to dom-
inate the ocean. Germany and the
other powers must contest her super-
iority. Germany must at least rule
,the North sea and no Interference
with her can be brooked."
Baron Engel declared that Germany
must create a naval armament power-
ful enough to wrest the control of the
seas from England.
The three speakers following ridi-
culed the agreement with England
with a view of limiting the Imperial
navy. Herr Schmidt was the the most
sensational of all and declared that the
German warships are kept too close
home. "Our sphere of action should
be broadened. We need a navy big
enough and powerful enough to cruise
in American waters, thus reminding
the inhabitants of their existence, and
that Germany Is a naval power."

"As an Ideal cough medicine I re-
gard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ta
a class by Itself," says Dr. R. A. Wilt-
shire, of Gwynnevllle, Ind. "I take
great pleasure In testifying to the re-
sults of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy. In fact, I know of no other
preparation that meets so fully the
expectations of the most exacting In
cases of croup and coughs of heMI-
dren. As It contains no opium, chlo-
roform or morphine It certainly
makes a most safe, pleasant and ef-
ficacious remedy for the Ills It Is In-
tended." 1

Meet me at the drug store on the

,We do not know of any other pill
that is as good as DeWltt's Little
Early Riserf. the famous little liver
pills-small, gentle, pleasant and sure
pills with a reputation. Sold by all

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In Connection With the Notel W05e
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to



COtacto aa Raidf.g

Weahlgt e. D. C.. JMe 7.-The beo
and uaserauupian Julry with eta
and fIgura Ia oder to keep their ba
upon the American people with whichnb
the sIRpbrm leadg ae oa ict- -"
lac this taurW maknJ is ad. msa e
appalig ia ewery Mtep. M ,
These men have not ohertoftre car- U.
ed about arguaaent rt as & A- .e.ral. -
thtin; they have had t e and Ye t Pj
they have ut o anir nltea I = -.B
through; but now the P m e am NEWS
Ing up, a"d whloe sthis trh esN -
folly is nt fully reacted by the Al-t -t.
ric te the 1A thet h
Cannos ad the rest of the'le m
of the Pepamr-i party, the news-
papers. the campaign managers -am*
defenders af the th" Wemnerafl ae
It. and they have deliberately set
about to cover up the truth and. where
they e aot do the, the they anu- |L L
facture Flfizcatio of Admo to. so
that there may be no other party for
the people to go Into.
And such a load iew have the se -. .l

their efforts to cover up their tukora
A starting example of audacity Is
shown In what they have doas. or
tried to do, with respect to the wage SoUthl. P1 e
wcale In Germany. The PFimbnbrn pag" mad*.-, ."
platform declares In favor of revising
the tariffs as to a n make the rate-sIB i.m-
equal the diferesce In wages abroad
and the wages In this country plas a
reasonable prolt. And the members
of the Beaste Finance Committee
hawe Wes producing h a tho Aw w
that wages ia narope are very mc Sn ripuo O
less than they are In this country.~
Several of them got up on the 'door Sge Copin wo at New
some days ago and made the state-
ment that the wages of razor makers
In Germany were about me-thirtd of A T"M Ti S M- -.
what they are In America.
The Senate Finance Committee had
a statement printed showing the wag-
es In Germany, whieb htures were
spread out -before the Se0ators and
the country. Now, what do you sup-
pose? Ali the time the Senate Finance
Committee has had In Its posseoslou.
saet to the committee by the State De-
partment, a statement at ov her e-
by request of our government. by the
German government, .Ovi.a the wa-
es ta Gemany, which otatmeat shows
that wages are dollar for dollar higher
In Germany than In the United Statel. Ai
This statement by the German gm-
ernment shows that forgers. for Ina-S OM l *
tance.get f rom .3 to $10.71; m athe -
ment amy that forgera n Germany.
get from $4.20 to $7.6. The official O
statement shows that hoers In t he r .
razor factories of Germany get from
$9.52 to $10e.71: the Finance Commit- 3*
tee's statement arys they get from 1
$2.50 to S.e and so on; a mere mam-
pie to all that s neeeassary. -AN e .-'.
TWis audacious Juggle was brought
to light by Senator Stone of MiesouriUon
who somehow got hold f the figurese3 F U
In the table furnished by the German
government, and which the Finance
Committee was kepnlag closely secret-
ed In Its Inner closaets. Sendingl a .
transcript of ths razor table to the tu .
State Department. Senator Stone ask- t d '
ed Ift It was correct, a reply they never
would have made If Mr. Aldrich had I B IS ., -
seen them first. But, you know. Sea- "
ator Stone's nick-name Is "Gum-ohoe 9- Wu 3- 'Ok'','
When "Oum-shoe-Bill announced Ina M"? t Cg" l ,
the Senate that such Information sent wAUM C e
by the German government was In
the possession of the government, t.
Senator LaFollette offered a resolutkm
calling on the President to send I to M a*
the Senate, through the Finance Comn-
mittee. Yet not a word about It was
known to any Senators except the
little coterie of Rtepublican bosses who lv i, & h#
deliberately and unacrupulously seup-*
pressed It And that la not the full

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emment. And Chauncey Depew had..- ..
tthe effrountery to get up and criticise- --o-h---uT
the German government for Inter- n te 4*..e,, 8g LI
fering with the affairs of CongreAss. M-
Aldrich made his forehead turn scarlet
with Inldilgnation and declared that the H,
action of the german gorernteut was .
"Impertinent, to y the least." Noth- .
Ing t te world but a wag scale,
mind you, and that furnished at the ....
request of our own Department of
State. But the table showed that ALL KINS0 OF .
these Republican members of the 1I- <., .
nance Committe were aunscrupulous Menlo etsuris Cl E d wKp .,
Jugilers and suppressor of facts, No
wonder they were Indignant: m euoi* ani, 84iL. Fresh ad --A wa -:P14,l
TUNG FORU5If KAU P" ee o t int-O "W tg iggg16
by ndlget's pangs-tryg many Up-Te-DoA. Fi*l CC Rs r h Uh0 d
doctors and $2M worth of medicine In -- ,-
vata, B. P. Ayscue, of Ingleside, N. C., Meals and Reasonable S*d r o .o W llJ $p
at last used Dr. Kiag's New Life PllL:,
and writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure- constipation, blleusuem, 1 > o-_-_ Gum Z-in A-m...1
sik headache,. liver. kidney P a n A 1
and bowel troubles. 26c at all drug-
gists. Ma d OM.

Indisnanpots June 6.-Nine balgons n
cast looe lte yesterday afternoon at Tepho N06111 P. Bi g
the motor speedway. five miles north-
west of thia city, and sailed off due
south In a straight line over the city.
Six of them are competing In the -a- -|*--------------
tional distance race for the trophy atof
the Aero Club of America and three
for the cup offered by the India M na '
Aero Club to the pilot and his ad ds
that shall be able to stay aloft the
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Asedl N ato. Mo w at his beust san
a Whenas t- m e be s a
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SO VW- M what b I e M& M
soset the em ig pasoter, Rev. a bby
u W. W w segpy the p.oet eu the,

.:..-. ^ *i Of aof thMme i nW that
.. te tl t*e w o mo ea pre ch er
WO .1 the *lSAMb 3. M Ar SS TW ed eadme@t sreeW ad a n trae
S -mW0in 'I C- hd aOsa wmueamm Eso desired athe
< it *ab 10- s- a- ab toe mmbers of the cheh to gi behim

HA.. p lM af Ts,,,te their se. ma emUeas sla he p -ew
i SB -t ilbJIMM 0 a 90ge h It WeU nt pbee eayed*
Md pMlillst Omas Me tolod bow manuch he loned the
.M. *o Mse Sed l membeOs the OealM ahewh and his
.= s to pl at e nations with them and It
SO a. ed b e had M what m e of them dem -
b to li r 6 O f t am thi n g ha spoke not i n el
Upt' w.u tis thei Mastr's easM fsoart ar
.A to reasthe~ r u tWe spiitual waRin thatM suck eod t
..,' R a mites oft tseal as they d y ~otsde the church
-t -" Sibr'sm hoew was H mietIa t ad nt wadalng
ps.ha greaBe. eV wOl at bid
.U20e0. Othem goed-by. He d Mnot want to
gngr -V oM W gg 00 de4M, aWMbut lIddMy say fare-
-- my ap at e bchar- well aid weuM ever cherisb their
. soare, MgS the Mery and pra for them wthotan-
aa .. ^ N^ea that tohe d woeM ver re.mal

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Al M ob seaw. a d l. .t _t.l sale
Own -" S 4her sw hh embs edaLf. It was evi Mst
at ~,, sw e. m tha t there was eeralegret that
i b ,, '"di iON g Mr. Care wa shaoueet tto seve them.
'. ___ ch ever has had a better
preeher a Udthe town eo Ocals a
Si "t.citMets" t Mr. Cw.el had the
feuiofty' e belgs a good mOerW
1010 -egbt e Bst to ad an matter U what were the dwer-
agUgus a WW afo Mr. Wa. emosw between blmself san. other citi-
low m e tO Ma Sterpae- moon he wasoevreayt ret=mset thm

e qpraphet, e t the ways oo their repot, iK It did not
B ~ae Ivp e -. atMteUnde the eam tAhem. e beve l thevery
S Twho haW 1bee1 a falth- phase af good eldtemoshp sad wasev-.

S* eWin b of the ib69 ears th ereo tme eou m ore In Ocala as preach-ap
i4t. Wan h br. e peth.moath a or ande wltim wi poe a lasting



.M .UnlewesessaiW. i s jas whiMe, just as

h gbo oast adwraeh nmd joet PURL

A", Puot a hlotth Taho me *boeas-buy Davis?

Da vlM s per seat Pure Paint wil
MEW ,obert6N~ WlWtt vho stand the test of the mot rigMd Pure
is___ Wilet Law. W sable by the Marion
It h ee Oa.. O 5eaI Ms
TM-a _wS tho up hMb 5wless e the
. ..thembip thew 5elas.- Rs was ae-
upOmWed by Me dUst, M mi Mary Mr. and Mrs. mank I ytle of Stan-
AMutlheft e a -p"6aee t we.eum, woierIsa twsa terday. Mr.IL.
wTmh hr IeeMar amd MOy Wthoeo"eme au to cemiuWt Dr. Newsom.
Mr. C. Krsr.gtheTims-Ules .LI
M 0n16a Okal, returme an- Dr. a"Mrs. H. hIlteh came in
d&ONr wbeqp he wpm* lst evesieg to hear Mr. C. C. carreols
S.u ogoaWewwg lrmem, anO mlagle their re-
editors wwillthedse emtherat Mr.

AB@M a Ag~w prepared' th heads Try It. nflIablIe for piles.

MuI dvWm of this city. That is se at all dnrggist
IsKd on S ~- frotMte sweet
8 SM. the Me M virtues S the Messra. Lehman and Alea of South
St.' Lah& Weir, were callers t the Brick
Cty tedfy. Mr. Allen has nao samples
f met grapefruit, whie Mr. lAbmss had
9a b ket of beautiful grapes froa his
a sjm sd tagh Tines. The crp is good and the wine
-e- her way to Mem pines winbI shortly resume It labors.
..* -ei "* ";Wle. At Jack-
SwI jo e iaid by her s b a SPECIAL EARLY BIRLAKFASTS
sJ uSsf llivsa, Th1 s wsloao extra early break-
5 ya as vsithib huobts ca geat me at thse k Cate, as
,. ._ o ea, as:~ e4:Itey desire
SI Mr. B. P. Stebbleto of Lake Bryant.
1b g o wen palmo Was I toW tofty. He said the
B tgOst Mr. a" MIs Wrmoser Unles of Marks county will
.. SiMon le"So eas ho b s mamssal piacic at Ma Bluaff
beVglitt ta s* it fd the editor is invited to be

Om b. SM Sdidd l we sOr the W. e. Dais & 0, o f Jacksouville,
are et W. AgeW. p ^ wfla sen aor make at necon4--an4
p" i typmwIter wUp ona tM M ,t red.
a bswAAYIwhoI was

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He has come the way of the fighting
mei and fought by the rules of
the Game.
And out of Life he has gathered-
.what? A living--and a little
ver and ever the Goal loomed near--
seeming each time worth while.
But ever and ever It proved a mirage
fair--ever the grim gods smile.
And so, with lips hard set and white.
he buried the hope that was
His fight is lost-and be knows it !s
lost-and yet he is fighting on.
Out of the smoke of the battle-line.
watching men win their way
And cheering with those who cheer
success, be enters again the fray
Licking the blood and the dust from
his lips, wiping the sweat from
his eyes,
He does the work he is set to do. and
-"therein honor lies."
Brave they were. those men he cheer-
ed, theirs is the winners' thrill;
His fight Is lost-and he knows it ;s
leot-and yet he is fighting still.
And those who have won have rest
and peace; and those who have
died have more;
But weary and spent, he can not stop.
seeking the ultimate score.
Co&nge was theirs for a little time-
but what of the man who sees
That iso he must. yet will not beg for
mercy upon his knees?
Bide by side with grim Defeat he
struggles at dusk or dawn:
His fight is lost-and he knows it is
lost-and yet he Is fighting on.
Praise for the warriors who succeed.
and tears for the vanquished
The world will hold them close to Her
heart, wreathing each honored
But there in the ranks, soul-sick, time-
tried, he battles against the
Sama hope, but true to his colors torn,
the plaything of the gods!
Uncover when he goes by at last!
Held to his task by will--
The fight is lost-and he knows it is
lost-and yet he is fighting still!
-Cincinnati Times-Star.

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

via te
7., Loauiseville, Ky., and return,
accouIt aual session Ancient
Arable Order, Nobles of the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June
56,', 7 and 8. Final limit June
nr, 1999.
$174.5 Ashevlle, N. C., and return,
aeomout International Convention
Baraes sad Philathea. Tickets on
sale Jue 17 and 18. Final limit
Jue 56, 1909.
W14.J, Atlanta Gia., and return, as-
ounlt Amerclan Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25.
$174S Asheville, N. C., and return,
account Dramatic Order Knights
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10. and
11. FInal limit July 26, 1909.
P1.a--Memphis, "enn. and return,
account Interstate Cotton Seed
Crshers Assoclation. Tickets on
sale May 16 17 and 18. Final limit
May 22. 199.
.S-Dtenver, Colo., and return, ac-
count General Assembly Presbyter-
ian church of U. 8. of America.
Tickets on sale May 16, 17. 18 and
19. Final limit to reach original
starting point October 31.L
3S-Savannah,' Ga.. and return, ac-
eount General *ssemby Presbyter-
Iaw church In (nlted States. Tick-
ets on sale May 17, 18 and 19. Final
II-it June 2, 1909.
91S--Memphis, Tenn., and return,
account Annual Reunion United
Confederate Veterans. Tickets on
sale June 5. and 7. Final limit
June 4. but by depositing tickets
With special agent Memphis between
June 9 and 14, extension may be
had to July 1, on payment of fee of
1M -Nashville, Tenn., and return,
account Annual Session Sunday
School Congress and Toung Peo-
rle's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale
June 7, 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days

from but not Including date of sale.
$16 .-Tuscaloosa, Ala., and return,
account summer school for teachers,
University of Alabama. Tickets on
sale June 8, 9, 12, 14, 19, 21, 28. July
3rd and 6th. Final limit 15 days
from date of sale. but by deposit-
Ing tickets with special agent
Tuscaloosa not later than 15 days
from date of sale. extension may be
had to September 20, on payment of
fee of $1.
-M.3-Nashville, Tenn., and return,
account Peabody College summer
school for teachers and Vanderbllt
Biblical Institute. Tickets on sale
June 6, 7, 5, 14, 15, 16, 2. 29 and 30.
Fal limit 15 days from date of sale,
but by depositing tickets with spec-
ial agent Nashville not later than 15
days from date of sale, extension
may be had to September 30, on
payment of fee of $L
For full information and sleeper
tervat s call on any agent Sea-
board or write to S. C. Boylston,.
ALt. Gem. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville,
PIa.: or call oa H. C. Raysor, C. T.
A., Oala, Ma.
.17-Asbeville. N. C. July 13, 14
and 15. Limit July 31.
617.VS--Ashevllle. N. C., June 17. 18.
Limit June 25. Stopovers allowed.
914.1--Atlanta. Ga., June 19. 20. Limit
June 26. Stopovers allowed.
-114A-Athens, Ga, June 26. 27, 28.
LimIt 16 days. Extension to Septem-
ber 39. Stopovers.
8SLSa-rinuovlllm Ten- June 20n 2


e of Ruffians Lynob a Casdemned
Criminal Almost in the Shadow
of the State Capitol

Tallahassee" June -.-Dangling from
a limb in th,- county Jail yard. and
within the sight .of the dome t FPlor-
ida's capitol. tht lif.-l.-ss lkily of Mick
Morris, color( d. greeted the people Af
this city this morning. Already con-
demned to d.ath for the murder of
William Langston. late sheriff of this
county, the-negro would have paid the
penalty of his crime with his life next
Friday at the hands of the law. A
mob of not more than fifteen men de-
cided otherwise. however. Morris was
dragged from his c-U in the Jail and
strung to the limb of a tree within the
jail (nclosur,. As if to add emphasis
to their lawlessness. the masked men
emptied a round of cartridges into
the lifeless body of the negro and
rode away without the slightest mo-

Death of the Veteran Philadelphia
Journalist and Politician
Philadelphia, June 7-Col. Alexander
K. McClure, prothonotary of the su-
preme courts of Pennsylvania and for
many years a prominent figure in pol-
itics and journalism, died yesterday at
his home in Wallingford, Delaware
county, aged 81 years.

=TiO BXM h hIe LIe
Science has never gone beyond te
above simple statement of scrnpture. But
KI has illuminated that statement and
given it a meaning ever broadening with
the increasing breadth of knowledge
When the blood Is "bad' or Impure it
s not alone the body which suffer
through disease. The brain is also
omded, lmind and Judgement ane
n y an evil deed or Impure
t l" y traced to the
Im 0othe Foul. mpure blood
m n A J pn ure b v the ,la
Pee'Golden 1Medical DIAcgre[
WjitaLd-1 prii the blood therehy
curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and
other cutaneous affections, as ezema
totter, or salt-rheum, hives and other
manlfestations of Impure blood.

In the cre of scrofulous swellings, e
large glands, open eating ulcers, or old
mores,the "Golden Medical Discovery has
performed the most marvelous cures. Is
eases of old sores, or open eating ulcers,
It Is well to apply to the open sores Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which pos-
smnes wonderful healing potency whee
used as an application to the sores in con-
junction with the use of "Golden Medical
Disevery' as a blood cleansing cousti-
tutional treatment If your druggist
don't happen to have the "All-Healing
Salve- In stock, you can easily procure it
by Inclosing fifty-four cents In postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pilerce, e63 Main St,
Buffalo, N. Y., and it will come to you by
return post Most druggists keep It as
well as the 'olden Medical Dhlaovery.*
S S S *
You ean't afford to accept any medicine
of unknown cuaposlmwn as a substitute
for "Golden Medical Discovery," which is
a medicine or KNOWN coroN mON,
having a complete list of Ingredients In
plain English on Its bottle-wrapper, the
same being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
end invigorate stomach, liver and bowel
Col. Hooper, of Jacksonville. who
participated in the late reunion, re-
turned home Saturday. While here
he was the guest of his daughter,
Mrs. Jas. A. Moorhead. Col. Hooper
has a war record that is inde(-d en-
viable, having been promoted on the
field for gallantry and personally
-mentioned by General Lee in his or-
ders. He is now practicing his pro-
fession. that of law. in Jacksonville.
A decade ago he had an affliction of
the nerves of the eye tUsat came near
driving him crazy, but a successful
operation by Columbus Drew relieved
him of the intense pain and restored
his nerves and mind to their normal
condition. C'ol. Hooper is a very tal-
ented and brilliant man.


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ears the
ignaLuare f

Fi'v. Folsom of Inverness passed
through Ocala today on his way to
Rochelle to assist in holding a revival.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those 8-inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Washington, June 7.-Fair tonight
and Tuesday.
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Physician d Surget

General Practice Calls Made Promptly
Night or Day

Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-


Boarding School for 3BM COW~e& br a*the S
DoYs from S9to 14 YOM sws ecve& Calekgy 'TOM"e
lectuaal.Moral and Soeftol IjMes. enIbhy amse.
Pool, Complete Eqmlipueml Is eehe, eee,
Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prespeetn tothw UIamMJF.m

SL Joseph's Aftdeiy, larstv I rp". -

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Sash, Oils,

Blinds, Varnish

Saw Mill, Phosphate and T

Guns, Revolvers, AuhMioL, Nls, Bc

State agents for and carry In stock

and Gasolene Engines of the Internaufl


American and Elwood Fl eneP -6

H. B. CLARKSON,. G'.m &
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I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fie the work desired
may be. I have the mateal, brshes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted Inside and t.
Graining, gilding, hard ol fnihing.
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skil guaranteed.
Write a card, eare Camp Phosphate
Company. br leave word at hme Star
office. E. W. llyaw, Ocals, Fla. tf

The most delicate part of a baby is
its bowels. Every ailment that It suf-
fers with attacks the bowels also en-
dangering in most cases the life of thel
infant. McGee's Baby Blur cares
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
all druggists.

Porter Hull. a former resident of
Reddick. has sold his farm at that
place to Ballard Thomas, and is now
residing In Jacksonville, where he
went last fall to educate his children.
At present Mr. Hull is here in the In-
terest of his house, buying and ship-
ping melons. He goes to Re4dlck to-
morrow to make shipments.

Stiff neck In caused by rbemnuiatl*e
of the muscles of the neck. It Is usu-
ally confined to one side, or to the
back of the neck and one side. While
It is often quite painful, QUIk relief
may be had by applying Camber-
lain's Liniment. Not one ase of rhe-
matism in ten requires Internal treat-
ment. When there is no feter and no
swelling as In muscular anA chreUic
rheumatism, Chamberlaln's jimunt
will accomplish more than any Inter-
nal treatment. 2,
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's LUt-
tie Bonanza.
Mr. J. B. George, a prosperous far-
mer of Fantville. was Ia town today on
business connected with the probate
Judge's office. He said everythig
was moving smoothly In his section;
that Mr. Goldsboro has finished the
threshing of Mr. Green's oat crop, PC
which there were 140 acres and the
yield was not as heavy as the stalk
Colds that hang on weaken the eon.
stitution and develop Into- commm.-
tion. Foley's Honey and Tar ures
persistent colds that refuse to yield to
other treatment. Do not expetirnnt
with untried remebles as delay ay
result in your cold settling oun your
lungs. Sold by all druggists.
Peter Clark, colored, of Stantoes
had the misfortune to lose his wie
yesterday. The grim reaper death
came along and bereaved the old mWaa'
home. For more than forty years
Mrs. Clark was a familiar figure on
that part of the lake and a promiaeet
member of the colored church. Hgr
death caused great lamentatloes
among the colored people, with whom
she was an oracle.
There are many imitations of De-
Witt's Carbolized Witch Hasel Salve-
DeWitt's Is the original. Be sure you
get DeWitt's Carbolised Witch Hasel
Salve when you ask for it. It Is good
for cuts, burns and bruises, and is es-
pecially good for piles. Sold by all

seas of Women and Children i
seam o women ana naen The colored people of Orals enjoyed
a treat Sunday, May 29th In having
Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.! with them Eliza Petersonm the famous
Second Flour; Phones, Office Not. 333; colored temperance evangelist who did
Residence, No. 333. so much to carry state-wide prohibl-
tion in Oklahoma. She is worklang
OCALA, FLORIDA under the auspices of the National
-W-- oman's Christian Union. She held
three meetings in Oeala colored
.'flORCI F lIX churches and Monday lsght followla

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meet tomorrow evenmig.

Odd Fedows meet tomorrow night.

Red Moe meet Thursday night.
Woodmen 'm.-tt Fi iday evon.lng.

Meet me at the drug store on the

Mrs. ,dwards. the matron
hospital. is quite sick.

at the

Lots of niee fat ben* at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonansa.
Mr. P. S. McKinnie of Knoxville. is
at the Oeala House.

Plank's Chill Tonlo. guaranteed to
eure chls and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. P. H. Gllchrist of Philadelphia.
Is at the Oeala House.

5 er 6 dImes U0 will cure any eCae
of Chils mad "Fever. Prisee SCe.

Ned Williamson, of Lake Kerr, came
W -L l bis morning.
Meet me at the drug store on the

M EWI' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brant of Lake
X r i Bryant. were In town today ,hopping.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Stone of New
York, are guests of the O(alsa House.
George Stine left for South Florida
today In the Interest of his Baltimore
The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and Invites
your inspection.
-WX AW A Sft a s sT K or Fm inES S WllHe Mi xley.the .1the. -months-old
w M A M m O F. AS son of Mrs. Moxley. was buried this
AWILL OTMER AUTO OM LE *U um L A M -morning by Melver & Mae^ay.
l mIM NO AND THtE' ;VJLANZImN I L. C. AMlvis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will se any make of second-hand
POPTLY AT RSASO9NALEt PRICC typewriter upon easy terms ift desired.

Mr. D. E. Melver. who spent Sun-
"!- .-t Iday at Dunnellon on church matters,
e returned home today.

\ We hav3 the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet artl-
!. cles In the city. Tydings & Co.
R I L Martin of Lake Weir. came up
today. He was accompanied by, his
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
10 SipW|iM Seeles typewriter? R.IC. Davis & C.
gemea agents.
77, WAVNEVICLR, i. C. AU, M Fet John M. Mock, of the Lake Bryant
Us way. one heOr from Ashevile. Capaety 0 guests. section, was a business caller In town
Met Sad Cold tlphbur waths. Music. Bowling and Tennis. today.
; to Uia m parties. Special party aadjfamlly rates. For
C. C. ROGAN,-Ma.nagw, (Formerly manager of.Kenil- Mr. Jewell, the trucker and chlcken
raiser, says he has about 500 head
R about ready for the frying pan.
Mr. P. M. Townsend. the pioneer
settler of Martin, was visiting his many
Orals friends this morning.


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A~~m4 L.incoln Hlhu
~tminmI~n ad..l~d.rwamAwav-

C. E. Iroglestrom. of Montague, was
In town today, getting supplies for his
blacksmith shop.

Messrs, S. M. Wilson of Trilby and
P. A. Ausley, of Martel, were guests
of the Ocala House Sunday.
Mrs. Lallle McIntosh. who spent a
week with friends In Oeala, returned
to her home at Clearwater today.
Henry Stevens of Lakeland will be
one of the representatives from that
city's B. T. P. U. to the state conven-
tion at Lake City.
Flne candles, fre"h stock Schles-
singer's best, In pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
Mr. I. A. Carter of Baxley. Ga, who
Is visiting friends at Martin. was in
town this morning. He is well pleas-
ed with this section of Marion.

We have a most exquisite line of
fancy imported chlna In many dit-
ferent pleoas. The Anti-Monopoly
Allen Bridges is presenting an out-
lay of scissors In his show window
that would make the old lady scissors
turn green with envy to look at then.

J. C. Bardin. who for several months
had charge of the Cobb Loan Co.. will
open a pressing club in said offices,
just vacated, next month.
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come In and look It over Ift
you want something really nice. Ty-
dinas & Co.
Miss Mystice Camp of Lake Weir,
who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. 8. Pike, Port King avenue, return-
ed home Saturday.
Look over our .line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumer, powders and
soapa of the finer grades. Tydings &
Mr. W. H. Massey of Orange Springs
and one of the Isuccessful east side
naval stores operators. Is in the city
for a few days, registered at the Mon-
VE.A- &U. I 2-__._

The new 70-pound steel ras e the
A. C. L railway have been apd
down from Gaianesville to Hedkek and
have been placed aomng the line as
far as Ocala. The new rails wil be
laid or south as far as Cream. where
T0-pound rail is already down. The
small gap from Gainesville to Bur-
nftt's Lake will also soon be laid.
connecting the system with the heavy
rail on north.
I take this method and opportunity
to announce to the people of Oeal Mad
vicinity that I have opened an offee
as physician and surgeon in amite 2t-
3 second floor Holder bleek. Oeala. Ia..
Shall do a general practice. payitg
special attention to obstetrics, dimases
of women and children. Calls made
promptly night or day. Phase Nos..
office, residence, 222: office hours.
9 to I1:30 a. m, 1:30 to 4 p. nm. 7 to 8
p. n. Respectfully,
F. K MeClane. M. D.
Note1-hall devote the morning of-
flee hours of Tuesday and Friday of
each week to free coasaltation to lhe
poor and needy.

The regular meeting of the Marion
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held Tuesday evening. June 9th at I ""
o'clock. H. C. Packham, Secy. --|--------11-III-l --=t HAY FOR SALE

The baby snow under the ausplees aGd qualt. put upB h Uata-1 .
of the King's Daughters will be held Alb go paelmee Ses ftew .
Saturday afternoon at the armory. rs Palmetto Park rmis, a '
There will be prices for not only the Z C. ChmmaUa. phea s 2I
handsomest baby, but also the most ConventloaI held sevey MoO-
popular. Mothers, get reldy your day evening in Castle Ra w SHAW-WALI. CASM.TM
tootsle-wootsle and let us have a baoy over Perser's store. A cordial -.
show what is. welcome to visiting knights. The O4a1 News O1um1Pn $
Sdney Balle C. Ca reetevd another let at the aM
Miss Alice Butler of Gainesville Is Chas. L Sage, K. of R. and 8. Staw-W lker eeom s anWd N .t
in the city, visiting her young friends. oAfI The mpula y iS se ttL
Miss Clara Moore and Mrs. K. C. L pLar
Staley. Miss Butler is studying den- A A
tistry in the Atlanta College and will Taula Lodge. No. 2 A i
attend the State Dental Association. L 0. . me ts Mev- e
which meets here on the 14th. l ry Tuesdy eveIng M aL t
in Tonge's Hall Visiting brothers .l- tad e 0 a0 A- ti M 1 -0 *. we
Mr. J. M. Mc{.oy the traveling man, ways welcome. I lron those who dew r?
after nearly two weeks of sickness. is W. C. Blanchard, N. a. work. Actei rneaf 8d i
up again, and went out on the road M.M. Little Secretary. ease subb"in and oal -
today. r tg uars nte to. w tthe m
OCALA LODGE adletm u -- --Twelfti IC
Mr. R. A. Detterich, the Montezuma 6"
barber, who has been sick for some NO.= music e iboa ms tho ee P"2l" t
days. is better, though not yet able to ca r 0 L We .he's tore
attend to business. Weels jewely store
Meets 2nd and 4th
Mr. and Mrs. Pred McAteer have re- Tuesday evenings a K. OF P. NOMINATIONS
sumed housekeeping, and are oceu- each month. Visiting -- -
pying the T. W. Smith residence, brethren always welcome. At the meeting of the Knia of
southwest of the schoolhouse. Bradford Webb, Exalted Ruler. Pytha this eve -
Stephen Jewett, Secretary. of og tfor the next to w-Mbe
Mr. Roy Reagan is taking lessons sad refesh ments will be sved.
in the shop of the Ocala Gas Engine
Works so that he can run a garage EWE U W. H. Clark had a minhp wit hiB
of his own at Brooksville. 14.uto saturday afternoon. MH took the
Mr. .machnhne out of the garage or the aat
Mrs. E. P. Rents and childim and est regular monthly meeting wi time and s be a was enadif the Ma
Mrs. Jack Rents and Misses Elsabeth be hldFr day evening. June 1, at ao Hawa ahr, oae t *Am
and Kit Davis will leave tomorrow for SPe r i eto ning I 1. snapped and bhe had to be towed aek
Daytona Beach, where they will spend S7: o to the garage by Mr. Tas a IAa.
two months, having rented a cottage. sovereigns ate always weom" .
ILK I Att S c. It ooked like ihalmf tlhe pepe I s
We learn since the party returned Cha K. IL Sa.C, l town were at the Air Daee
that Messrs. E. M. Howard and Will night, and all were well pleased by
D. Taylor of this city, also attended KALA itl3 music Wad picture, which were
the Orange Growers convention In the more enjoyable la the cool deveBg
Tampa last week. i . L air.

Mrs. S. -A. Standley., Mrs. W. T. Meets every t Mriss Myrtle Wshitae WhA ha
Cole. Misses Nellie Stevens and Carrie bird Wednesday even- delm Myrl the ptroas a the Air Bmm
Pelot left today over the Seaboard for ing at 8:16 o'elock. Visiting brethdrem with hr ecelthet maae a the pqaas
Lake City to attend the State R. Y. P. always welcome has gone to. eOW but will tei*h
U. convention. W. C P. Ditto President time toplay T" ly ghti. Mja
W. Moore, secretary. VIvisa Dme will pmlay at the Air
Mr. T. A. Goode, district manager of ,. Dome tonight Miss Dame I8 i -*
the State Life Insurance Co, of Geor- F neenet pianist and we reso1mmm-
gla. with headquarters In Bartow, is you all to come out and bear hir,
a guest of the Montezuma hotel. lHe
has been spending a few days In re -Duno L e Mrs. D. Blae has bU e quite
Sity with his local agent, Mr. Robert tmpo on thera t he M p wek at.hera*
Sclair.third Thursday eve- 8oth second street.
Mr. Jim Pyles. the popular salesman IVns of each month. Visiting brothers t
at the Teapot Grocery, left yesterday cordially invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. Mr. Rea cott s f t othid
for Columbus, S. C., for a two weeks W. V. Wheeler, Secretary. street recently vacaod be Mr. bm-
holiday. lOCALA CHAPTER NO. 1 R A. A Han Mr. Win Maro-w wl me ha"
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 1, R. A. ML the house as soor as it tI compile
Mr. emutherie, the A. C. L& foreman
at Stanton. was a business caller in Regular convocations of the Oeala Mr. H y WalteMs or Jinmywi.,
town today and reported Judge Alex Chapter No. 12, R. A. M., on the 4th spent Saturday and Ounday with is
Wynne was resting easier Saturday. Friday In every month .t pj parents In this city, them thm
SN. L Gotteb, H. P. first visit in ten months.
Mr. W. C. Bull, who has been at the Jake Brown, Secretary.
hospital several weeks, is rapidly re- Mrs. Jke Brown an 14hiMdre, Ma1
covering. POUND NOTICE Helen and Master Julea, left yeste.-
--- day for St. Louis t isit Mra. hrwa, s
The prescription department is the tour head of battle marked crop sister. Later on they wil go to' me-
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy, silt and underbit An one ear, and crop, brasks to visit hert "aIh.
reliability, promptness and pure-drugs hole and underbit in the other ear: -*
have made this department of our one calf, no mark; eight bogs marked Mr. Kirk Misses, ea of the pruew-
business one of the largest in the crop in each ear; three grown sows @ ing young mea "of lieAingtln, was
country. Send us your prescriptions, and five unmarked pigs. a caller in town todA.
Tydlngs & Co. Robert Cilbreth, Marshal.
The M. E. Sunday school Is mamLd
Miss Mattle Williams, who has been POOR MLK great preparaties to oaft eve Sunday
attending Brenau Conservatory of school day, Jume- 1th.
Music at Gainesville, Ga., has returned is often thought to be responsible far
home. an Infant's loss in weight or general FPor sale and efeha ge- w U1 take
poor health. The cause usually is that as part pay on a high grade plam, a
Senator I. N. Withers of Lady Lake. the child has worms. They get the good active, sate. bany home, r wll
who spent the past W days in the nourishment in the food and the baby takv horse and buggy asd give emar
senate at Tallahassee, reached Oeala starves, actually starves. White's terms on difference. Addres gas m l
yesterday and tarried a day with his Cream Vermifuge expels the werms delivery, Ocals, Fla. R. 1 Reed,
sister, Mrs. ,E T. Porter. He left for and nourishes the child, sure and safe. Pisao alemmn.
home today. Price 25e at all druggists.
Foley's Homey and Tar is espeushn
FOR SALE--At PFort McCoy, forty HOUSES FOR RENT recommended tor chrome threat and
acres of the best strawberry and let- -- lnarn trembles and nasy eSm bum
tuce land in Marion county, situated a Modem octtagms, aB oe1venaa, brochitmla, astha ad C plln
mile and a half from the Rests rail- we located and new. Apply to Joe- have found comfort and reflc as-
road. This land contains 25 acres of ~ e, at eourt hae. Ilg Foteys Honey and Tar. old by
good cypress timber suitable for cross- aH dr its.
ties. electric light poles, telegraph THE "MERRY WIDOW. FOR SALE
poles and shingle timber. A safe in- R EXALL
vestment to bay and hold. Will in- On account of the tact that I am,
crease 25 per cent in value annually. bullding a spaed launch for use on the -
Excuse for selling, need money. W. siws. I will s the Mlauc "M ary
H. McConn, Ocala, Fla. Widow" cheap for eash. Apply to me
H. MCon, Fla. o I D. Mathewa at the laundry.

For Sale-for $185 spot cash each, ]. a .
to five purchasers only, and no more. OAL WAON WORK
one of the best and most durable THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
makes of pianos that is sold, a ample Offer ts ts irves ard superior work- E
proposition. The cash to accompany manship in the art of paintIng vehi-
the order. Don't miss this as this eles of all kinds and classes. It hs b
piano would sell ordinarily for $375 Introduced its speeIsity of painting h e

and upwards. Also a few organs at tomobiles. A sample of our work can
bargain prices. R. I. Reed, piano be seen on the decLration of Mr. D. W.
salesman, Ocala, Fla. Davis' auto. Give us a eall.
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ow making his way across a corn-
1ii, trying to walk erect, his stern
eatsmanae making up for his dilapi-
dated body. We would have all run,
but we were paralyzed. '
"What do you boys mean by stealing
my degr? he asked la his stentorian

1 sarcey di t-swled what be
sad. I thought It something like:
ro-a1m forward; guide right.
O a..r Every boy was too fright-
mad to answer.
"8om me is koeetpg him nights,"
added the coloneL "Whoever is doing
It saa be put in the-I mean de-
serve to be punished." Again there
was aileanme ended by a little trem-
bIing vfIe. It was Ned's.
"Pm the eoe who has been keeping
Shel" he saMd. "I have locked him
3S, ad he has come up and slept on
my bed."
"You looked him In! Don't you
knMw that be is not your dog?"
"Yes, aer, I knew that."
"We., don't you ever do such a
t ag ain. I want my dog in the
he nieUta. Right o'clock is taps
tr hm-8 o'clock precisely, not five
Oa N after 8 or fve minutes be-
bre blint & As a punishment you."
adnessing Ned, "are forbidden to
have anything to do with Shep In f t-
ture. Do you understandr"
"Yes, sir," came a faint tremolo.
"Why did you keep the dog?"


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|0apigt UK by Aimrmeaa Pre. Ase-
I ove to think .t those h appy days
umw far ageN whba we were boys.
Thse was Abe and fam and Ned and
myeltS aa et whom lived within a
ile of Och other and were insepara-
hle. Whbi we were out of school we
were together and when in school we
WMe thinking of me another. When
we were told 4o write compositions on
mhjaects of our own choice we wrote
ahot what we loved, most usually et-
ther a eat or a dog or a horse or a
lamb or our swimming hole or the cir-
eus. We were only from six to nine.
and our good teacher did not expect us
to mar hgher.
I remember one of the essays was
upon the subject of a dog called Shep-
herd, the name being abbreviated to
Shep. These was a sentence in It that
I have never forgotten. I delight to
nse It la my heart as an epicure will
rol rare wie on the tongue. It was
this: "I know a dg by the name of
Oep. I love and Sbep loves
me." Cod there be anything more
touching? Alas, how rare, bow brief.
Is a real affectio of a human being
far ap Inferior animal! It can never
be a rea as In childhood.
We boys all lived along a road that
led toward a city. An omnibus passed
every morning to take people to town.
and I can hear today the bugle notes
that served for a signal ringing out
clearly a Jeah drove by, picking up
the nPM0 We all knew Josh.
and my a free de be gave us. One
eo the regular passenger used to stand
at his gate every morning when the
age was late with his watch In his
hand. Josah sed to call him Colonel
Manute, but his name was Colonel
RinaggoM, a veteran of the Mexican
war. He had been shot all to pieces,
being minas an eye, an ear, a leg and
an arm. I do believe that the only
spur that forced Josh to keep any sort
of time was the thought of the colonel.
watch nla hand, standing at the gate,
his sgle eye darting between It and
the driver.
We boys were l great terror of Colo-
ael Rhggold. We told each other aw-
stories about him which we invent-
ed ourselves, but which In time be-
-AO real to us. One was that his
hoe-s was fortiied with an unlimited
number of guns, pistols, sabers, and
the Uki It was averred by one boy
that he had killed a man with his
wooden le. There Is no one like a
boy h r makag real things out of
dreams, and all we had to do was to
fancy these things, tell them to each
Other and they had happened.
Colonel Rlaggod was the owner of
the dog Shep, Shep was a collie, and
the ellie is a very Intelligent dog.
hep stood, as I remember him, about
two Leet high, his color being a mix-
tar of white and brown. During the
might hep was expected to be "-n" by
8 'clock, but during the day he was
ftee to romp with as boys. I think he
ivred Ned beat. That was because
Ned loved h b est, for Ned, you know,
was the boy who wrde the composi-
tion mm-"ntt>g Shep so affectionately.
We were all very careful that Shep
athouid not get Into trouble, first, be-
cause we loved him and, second, be-
cause we feared that his owner would
blot us from the face of the earth if
way harm came to the dog while in
er company. Many a bigger dog we
beat ofe whea he was driving our com-
rade to the wall,.
One aftermoo" when we were all to-
gether teaching Shep to Jump a rope
we saw the coleonael emiing toward us,
walking with the Imp occasioned by
his wooden leg. Every boy's heart
lank aInto his boots. Had the whole
United ltate army come down on us
we eauM not have been more terrified.
What emausd us the chief alarm was
the thought that he was coming to or-
der us la future to leave Shep out of
- frwternety. I can aee the old man

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new kes., Weaken or Gri pe. c.t, Se. e. Ier
se &* f balk. The eauin tablet satmped C0O.
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Weman who suffer from so-



It has been regarded as p-ctirlly
settled that it was bad for children
under twelve or even fourteen years of
age to be steadily employed in the cot-
ton mills, but there comes Dr. Charles'
W. Stiles with the statement that the
children of the South are benefited by
such employment. At the meeting, of
the health officers of the various states
in Washington on Wednesday he Is
quoted as saying that "chikid-labor in
the South is a positive blessing The
subject under discussion was the
"hook worm" disease. In the course
of his talk he said that child labor
was Improving the condition of the
children themselves and causing a
general uplift in thhe condition of the
poor population. Another statement
he is quoted as making is that child
labor is causing a dh&rease in the
death rate among the children
The foregoing views are so different
from those expressed by the oppon-
ents of child labor In the mills that
they are likely to cause comment.
But. after all, there may not be so
much difference between them and
Dr. Stiles. Perhaps what Dr. Stiles
meant was that the children In the
mills are much better off than are
the poor children, who are not em-
ployed In the mills. Because these
children don't labor in the mills it
doesn't follow that they are sent to
school or that proper attention Is giv-
en to sanitary conditions in their
homes. What the advocates df the
abolishment of child labor in the mills
contend for is that the children are
entitled to school advantages. recrea-
tion and other things that make for
healthy childhood and strong men and
The question which presents itself.
assuming that Dr. Stiles is right in the
position he takes that child labor has
had a beneficial effect, is true: Would
the class of children employed in the
mills be better off if child labor were
abolished? If we understand the sit-
uation it is this: The class of children
employed in the mills, if they were
not so employed wouldn't be sent to
school and their surrounding being
unsanitary they would be the victims
of the "hool worm" disease and other
diseases-that, in fact. they would be
worse off than they are in the mills.
If this would be the case there would
certainly need for some show of auth-
ority on the part of the state over thl
children. The state should require
their attendance at schools and should
have some sort of supervision over
their homes-that is. the health offip-
ers should see to it that home sur-
roundings were so good from a sani-
tary point of view that disease due to
insanitary condItions woud be pre-
vented. Dr. Stiles' talk presents the
child labor problem from a point of
view other than that of those who are
against child labor in mills.-Savan-
nah Morning News.

Many of our citizens are drifting to-
wards Brights disease by negle-tinq
symptoms of kidney 1and bladder
trouble which Foley's Kidney it-?me iy
will quickly cure. Sold by all drug-
In the Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida-In Chancery.
Thomas P. Denham, as Trustee, vs.
Oklawaha Fruit Company, et al.
To bondholders and all persons claim-
ing under and by virtue of the trust
set up by the complainant in the
above stated cause, or claiming other-
wise a lien upon or ownership of any
of the lands and personal property in-
volved therein, and tqo al whom It may
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified to present your bonds, cou-
pons and claims under the trust set
up by the complainant In the above
stated cause, and also claims of liens
upon or of ownership of any of the
lands or personal properties described
in or therein, involved under oath to

dI Ca CieaMte -e ped that I would met W
without them. I was troubled a grea d4al with
tepid liver sad headahee. Now since taklug
Caeats Cawdy Catbhrtie I feel veryaneh better
1 *hall eertaiair reeommed them to my Medad
u the best medlelue I have ever aern."
LAss aBimet, Oebowa flio.2, I i~ver, NMe

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you b4 retur n pt
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me, the undersigned, as special master
in chancery for the said cause in ase
cordance *Ith the terms of a decree
heretofore rendered in the above stat-
ed cause, on or before the 30th day of
June, A. D. 1900, at my effice t the
city of Ocala, Marion county Florida
or otherwise the same shall be r-
ever barred. ,
And you are hereby further otified
that reasonable opportualty to contest
the claims so presented, and to prove
same If contestable, shall be alve
parties in interest, but that all proo
shall be submitted and contests delod
by the end of three (3) wm fro
the last day for filing claims, said 3th
day of June, A. D. 199.
Dated and signed at Oeals, Marlon
county. Florida, this the 2th day of
May, 1909. Joseph Bell
As Special Master nla Chancery.
Notice Is hereby gives that under
and by virtue of a final decree render-
ed by the Honorable W. Bullock.
Judge of the circuit court of the 5th
Judicial circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion county. In chancery sittlg, I
a certain cause pending terein
wherein Thomas P. Denham. trustee
is complainant, and the Oklawaha
Frilt Company. The Coesolidated
Chititu Company and J. R. illiams
are defendants, the undersigned a
special' master in ehancery, wilt on
Monday, the StKr day of July, A. D.
1909, at the south door of' the oaurt
house in Ocala, Maroen county,
ida, during the legal hours of sale, of-
fer for sale and sell to the highest bfd
der for cash all the property directed
to be sold in and by said degree and
described as follows, to-wit: Begin-
ning at the southeast corner of sec-
tion stz (6) in township thirteen (13)
south of range twenty-one (21) east,
and running thence west along the
south line of said section sIx (6) forty-
five (45) chains, thence north forty
(40) chains to the quarter section
line, thence east twenty-lye (2S)
chains, thence south twelve and SO-
100 chains, 'thence east twenty (20)
chains to section line, thence south
twenty-seven (27) and 50-100 chains
to point of beginning, lying, being
and situate In Marion county, Florida;
and also that certain other pleee or
parcel of land described therein and
particularly described as folows: Be-
ginning at a point eight (8) e6hals
.west of the northeast corner At the
southeast quarter of section six (8)
in township thirteen (13) south of
range twenty-one (21) east, thence
run west along the quarter seetlon
line four (4) chains, thence south
twelve and 50-100 chains, thence east
four (4) chains, thence north twelve
and 50-100 chains to the point of begin-
niag, situate, lying and being In Ma-
rion county, Florida, said last men-
tioned plice to b6 sold subject to the
lten of that certain Judgment in favor
of Charles E Garner against ChaM.
W. White, dated August 21, s ad
recorded in Minute Book "W at page
25 of the public records of MarMio
county. Florida. and now held and
owned by defendant, J. R. Willas,
by deed of assignment dated Nove-
her 18. 1904. and recorded in Book
Assignments "I" at page 487 of the
public records aforesaMi; together
with all the buildings, fences, tools
and implements, orange groves a"i
nursery stock planted and growi0g
thereon and all forms of pesIal
property now owned by said defes-
dant. Ocklawaha Frult Company, sit-
uate upon said before mentioned and
described lands; and, further, that in
accordance with the terms of said de-
cree. no bid will be received or enter-
tained by the master from any person
or bidder who has not prior to the
time of the making of the sid sale of
said property, tendered to the 1m2er
a certified bank check payable t the
order of said master, or curreaNy Of
the United States of America, for the
sum of at least Two Thousaad Dol-
lars. such sum so deposited by the suc-
cessful bidder to be applied on the pur-
chase price, If he pays the balance of
his bid to said master, or to be ap-
plied on the deficit, if any, between

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