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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 8, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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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: VID03187
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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'Commeat ofb Iqag. for Lu. if
His bi=iiiir Wif
Niages. ras J e ta-Lo4is Coh-
On, of aal.. saw his yons wife
Ileap s* the srliMag river between
[h SeMsta eel Thki Bbser Idsla
yRweedry attmsen, saly 10 feet
h6 twe br ink Ofts etaract. With-
but a m mesi besitation he followed
and strggled to saea other. S probThe
aly di in sB -his.,
aefeRe It was pesmlbe to brlg ofI-
elest help si bheor had passed. di-
be an et which Ceuan was maskg
flate oduerts to each the shrme. The
rrset at this poet I smt twenty
mumss a hor. Osm Cohem ba held
oft and he sha hs eet
of the shore Coen bheld his hold on
him wifts bood sad K was wmedar
down tw stream sl est to view.
Whn cohenb got ashore hbe enld not
speak for ten minutes, His rst words
were: "whe l a out there, go and get
her. She Med m ny rms."
At last two searahems spIed the body
held ast by a rock, about "1 feet
above the brink. With tde grmatmb
dif eulty the two ammen broht the
body to land. Cohen says worry over
the'Mect that she was unale to sckle
%her laant depressed his wife greatly
and probably caused be# desire for
death. e Is. r-bust and quickly re-
covered from the shock of his long
stay In tbi-water.


dXLONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT


unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or cold, W. J. Atklns worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Seh exposure gave him a severe cold
that settled oen s lhngs. 'At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
Ki.s New Discovery. "After using
one bottle," he writes. I went back to
work as well as ever." Severe colds,
stabben coughs, Inflamed throats and
sore lungs, hem-orrhaes. eroup and
whooping couh get quick relief and
prompt cure from this iglorious medi-
cine. We and iL Trial bottle free
srernteed by all drggists. "

A FEW MORE LAWS
Oeeeor Sgiam gen. ofd se Siaft
Passed by Ime Lagidturs
Tallahassee, June r,--The following
bills have been signed by th gover-
nor: I
An act requiag proper Are protec-
tion for teachers and students of pub-
lic schools, prescribing the means for
such protection, sad prsernb pen-
alties or non constructing Iatroduc-
usg sad mlmainlaenn the means for
,1nc protect.
An act to encourage the establish-
m st and a" -9s i- of uamelosed
ase preserves for certain brds and
eM game; to eneourag the intro
duetion., raising and propagation of
the s the protection of such game
p.N res and sama, ana the time in
which they may be hunted and kill-.
ed. and proving pameles for viola-
tien o this act.
An act preseribig e lshmet for
the cosm son of mlioemneam aIn
thbi state when not otherwise provid-
ed by statute
An set to priserlbe the punishment
for hnklapis a child under the age
of fifteen years to be held for a ran-
som
An act for the protection and pres-
ervatien of fsh In the waters of Lake
inMty .
An act to amend section 2150 of the
general statutes of the state of Florida
Ttta to the retesse or garsathdc
pse appli tki~-Of detsMa
SA* act to authorise pysent of the
balance due in the comU etretin of a
rmit fory the VaUvesMy eof lor-
ida at GWSneswIe.
An act to amen seetlon 419 of the
general statates n the ate of Florida
relating to labor of county convicts,
as amended by chapter ,17. acts of
"p.
An act to provide for the admission
of graduates of the law department of
arte~I uvrlN s and chartered
law to ati law In the
An get to pe sten t* wanton or un-
scessary destretle of food ash.
A. Ac t to amend section 2719 of the
gen-al statuli Oi the state of florlda
prONMsr fOe the Nssuance of certifi-
cates to hisesace companies, an to
pw-e* their p -ere" ai.
An act to require tax assssors to
furnish to the boards of public In-
struction of their respective counties a
lit showing total amount of special
district axes tn the several speotal
sobool dishriets
An act to provide the o~we*tlon
by the Judf creating the order to
se" real estate hdea"Nuf to lafats
is the title of a bil which the gov-
eraor -has declined to sign, owing to
the fbet that a MB with the identical
am0 Moyne was s Ignd I May 2

MEN PAT FIFTY IN DANGER
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief Ina Fey's Kidney
R-emedy, especially froI enlarged
potato gland, which is very com-
mon among elderly men. L. E. Mor-
ris, Dexter, Ky., writes: "Up to a year
age my father emSered from ki~ney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
seteas prmeounceed It enlargement of
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sain and lameness and fell stronger
and better In every way."
Plenty moe proo like this from
Osala people Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drog store and ask what their custo-
ammer repor
Flr sale by all dealers. Price g0
ents. Fster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo.
NIew Yrk,. sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name--Dan's-and
take no other.
BAD MAN GETS HIS BILLET
Jackson, Ky.. June 8.-Ex-Sheriff
CaBahan, formerly sheriff of Breathitt
county and famous throughout this
section of the state for the part he
played in the numerous Breathitt
county feuds, was shot from ambush
yesterday, and it Is believed he is
fatally wounded at his home in Crock-
ettaville.


RICH MEN'S GIFTS ARE POOR
beside thle: "I want to go on record
as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
as one of the greatest gifts that God
has made to woman." writes Mrs. 0.
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Slaughter H se. Turned en hi
Fe-vw Workmen
Somervile, Ms. June 7.-Cra
by constant association with caen
and the killing of dumb brutes, J
Murphy, an employee of the No
Packing & Provision Co's. slaugi
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BLEACHING UNDER THE BAN
Pwu Feed Ast Removem It from Flour
After Tomorrow
*Beginning June 9th flour must re-
same its creamy, yellow tinge. All
leachebd flour will be under the ban.
Prosecutions under the pure food law
will begin.
On the 8th of December last the De-
partment of Agriculture ruled, bleach-
ed flour was IllegaL It was announc-
ed, however, that a period of six
months would be allowed In which the
market might absorb the stock of
bleached flour then in existence. This
period of six months has nearly ex-
pired.
The millers of the Northwest have
announced that they intend to live up
to the law. The flour made by the
hard wheat consumed by the Minne-
sota mills Is naturally quite white.
The Southern miller is the man who
objects to the b l* s it uses the
wheat of a softer variety, and this
grinds up Into a more tawny flour. T9
make It look white be has used the
bleaching process.

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED *
by lotal 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. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucuous
lining 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 conditlpn, hear-
ing will be destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh.
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 cireu-
las. free.%
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0. '
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

AERIAL PASSENGER SERVICE
Four Balloon Lines Will Soon Begin
OpoStio"s Out of Paris
Paris, June 8.-The French Aerial
League has perfected plans for lines
of dirigible balloons from Paris re-
spectively to Nancy. Lyons, Pau and
Rosen. Five dirigibles will be em-
ployed in this service. All of them
will be capable of an average speed of
31 miles an bour.

IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall, Send for testimonials. Dr.
I. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St.
LouIs, Mo.

AUSTRALIA'S LOYALTY
TO THE MOTHER COUNTRY
Melbourn, Australia. June 8.-Alfred
Deakin. premier of the commonwealth
has sent a cablegram formally offering
to the imperial government a Dread-
nought or a corresponding addition to
the navy.

ONE WEAK SPOT
Meet Ooeal People Have a Week Part
d Teeoo Often it's the Back
lsveyme has a weak spot.
Too often Its a bad back.
Twinges follow every sudden twist.
Duf aching keeps up day and night.
Tells you the kidneys need help-
For backache is really kidney-ache.
A kidney cure is what you need.
Dean's Kidney Pills cure sick kid-
Cure backache and all urinary Ills.
Mrs. W. R. Pell. of Third St, &an-
ford, hb., says: "I am pleased to
recommend Doan's Kldaey Pills taking
In view what they have done for me.
I have suffered from backache a great
deal and at times was so lame that I
could scarcely turn In bed. Some
mornings my condition was such that
I found It difficult to dress myself.
Whenever I stooped, sharp pains
wouM dart through my body, espe-
eially In the regen of my kidneys. I
also had some trouble from the too
tftemnent action of the kidney secre-
ts. After I had used several reme-
es wtth rly slight benefit, I heard
of Dosus Kmdney Pills and procured
a box. I used them and they brought
the desired relief. I am now able


A Patrieti Preahma Rsummed M
Insui to His Country by 0ne of
Ameriae's Lemdieg Eaduuema

Philadelphia. June .L-"Frace Is a
decadent nation." declared Dr. David
Starr Jordan, president of the Il ind
Stanford Jr. University, addressing the
graduating class at Bryn Mawr Col-
lege, today.
"That is a lie," cried Prof. PW'et,
who teaches French at Bryn Mawr,
confronting Dr. Jordan.
It was an extremely unfortunate in-
cident. The college chapel was Aled
with the learned and beautiful young
women about to receive their degrees,
with their fashionable relatives sad
friends, with the wise and staM mein-
bers of the college faculty sad with
educators of whom Dr. Jordan wasg
one, of course, especially Invited to)
adorn and further dignify the occa-
sion.
Dr. Jordan's Werds
Only his voice, the odor of the
graduates bouquets and the occasional
rustle of skirts filled the atmosphere
as Dr. Jordan delivered his address on
*War and Mankind," an earnest and
profound argument for universal
peace. He dwelt on the effects of the
oft-repeated wars on the natleal life
and power of Spain, of Italy and
teaching a dramatic climax, exclaim-
ed:
"Frenchmen themselves acknowlI
edge that the "'numerous wars fair
France has undergone has made her
decadent."
The speaker paused a moment to
drive in his statement with silent em-
phasis. A chair grated harshly on the
platform where sat the educators, the
bAollege trustees and the more eminent
guests. Springing from the. chair
Prof. Foulet,. his face crimson, trem-
bling with agitation, strode to the
platform's edge, faced President Jor-
dan, raised his hand almost threaten-
ingly and fairly yelled:
The Lie Dirset
"That Is a lie, monsieur. What you
say Is not true. France Is not deca-
dent."
The chorused gasp of astonishment
that the audience emitted sounded
plainly; a long drawn "Ah-h!" Miss
M. Cary Thomas, Bryn Mawr's pres-
ident, turned pale; the faces of the
graduates benched; amazed, they
stared at each other.
Dr. Jordan and Prof. Fbllet were
confronted only a. moment. Then the
Frenchman made a profound bow.
with that an air that was at once
courteous and challenging, turned.
slowly defended the stage's stairs.
and, erect as one of Napoleon's grena-
diers, walked out of the chapel.
"If there are no more Interruptions
I will continue," said Dr. Jordan with
such frigidity that icicles seemed to
fringe his words.

CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who valde their own com-
fort and the welfare of their children,
should never be without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children, fur use throughout the sea-
son. They break up colds, cure fev-
erishness, constipation, teething dis-
orders, headache and stomach trou-
bles. These powders never fall. Sold
by all drugstores, 26c. Don-t accept
any substitute. A trial package will
be sent free to any mother who will
address Allen S. Olmsted. Leroy, N.T.

Meet me at the drug store on the
square.



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tention to all. Special attention to
children.

ELBORO MAISAGE
HOT AND COLD WATER

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Plans and Speinctatlous Furaished
Upon Request.


RADIUM IN THE ANTARCTIC
Idsmads Near tihe nth PI eo Whh
MaN Has Never Set Feet.
Victoria, B. C. June L-Advices
brought here by the steamer Makura
are to the efeet that LiUutenant
Shacketon's expdton Mhas left Syd-
Wee for the express Purpose of search-
Ing for Islands believed to exist In the
Antarctic.
Man has never set foot eo Emerald
Nimrod or Doherty Island, which
apt. J. H. Davis, now commander of
the Nimrod. is to seek. Professor Da-
vis, who accompanied the late Shack-
leton expedition, reports that aalyss
of specimens shows the existes"e of
radium in the Antartlc.

A VITAL POINT
The most delicate part of a baby Is
its bowcjs. Every aliment that it suf-
ters with attacks the bowels also ea-
dangering In most eases the life of the
InfanL McGee's Baby WBUir cures
anrrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
all druggists.

AN OASIS IN THE DESERT
A Tnfn~MHH~~n|h ifB-if---| ---- sinBjnSHHI
A Twmeessee Genies Has Estalished
a Barroem eon the Semmit of
Camboland Moentain
McMinnville, Tenn., June 8.-Ten-
nessee's bibulous will have a chance
to satiate their thirst after all.- de-
spite the statewide prohibition law
enacted by the last legislature. aad
passed over the veto of Governor Pat-
terson. There was one loophole in the'
law, but It was not supposed to be of
any use to a would-be violator. It
provides that a saloon may exist at
any point providing there Is no school
IKouse within a radius of four miles.
W. P. Conger is having erected on
the top of Cumberland mountain, near
here. a building which he announces
will be used as a saloon. In order to
prevent zealous prohibitionists from
'putting up a school house within the
distance perseribed by law. Conger at
first leased all of the land within a
radius of four miles, with a little to
spare.
The saloon will be In a very retired
spot, but there are many who believe
he will build up one of the best hotel
businesses in Tennessee.
The new law goes into effeq July L

STUNG FOR 1f YEARS
by Indigestion's pangs--trying many
doctors and 2W9 worth of medicine In
vain, B. F. Ayscue. of Inglesilde, N. C.,
at last used Dr. King's New Life P1I.4
and writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure constlpation, bullosess,
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-
gists.
VETERANS IN MEMPHIS
Memphis, Tenn., Jus L.-Mempins
presents a reunion appearance in keep-
ing with the magnitude of the plans
for the Confederate Veterans celebra-
tion which Is to be held here June 8,
9 and 1e.
The streets are gaily decorated with
Confederate flags and decorations ex-
tend over into the residential district,
and many homes are gay with colors.
The vanguard o' the visitors is ar-
riving hourly. Memphis people have
entered into the spirit of the reunion
and are this early showing evidenes
of a determination to give the visitors
a good time. For the benefit of the
strangers who are looking for people
or places, they are wearing badges on
which Is printed. "I live here. ask me."
THE 510 HEAD
is of two kinds--conceit and the big
head that comes from a sick headache.
Does your head ever feel like a gourd
and your brain feel loose and' sore?
Tou can cure It in no time by acting
on your liver with Ballard's Herbime.
Isan't it worth trying for the absolute
and certain relief you get? At all
druggists.
8HRINERS IN LOUISVILLE
Louisville, Ky, June .-PFresh and
fit after their passage of the "desert
sands" In caravans of palace cars
hundreds of delegates from all over
the United States. Canada and Mexico
have gathered Ia Loulevlle and In-
augurated the thirty-fifth annual ses-
sion of the Ancient Arabic Order o.
Nobles of the Mystie Bhrine. The hosee-
pitality for which Kentucky is amun
is being poured out lavishly in honor
of the visitors.


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That Is't so. Nothing made is as
good as DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills for any ailment of the kidneys
or bladder, which always results in a
weak back. backache, rheumatic pains,
rheumatism and urinary disorders. A
trial of DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills is sufficient to convince you how
good they are. Bead your name to E.
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trial box. They are sold here by al
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1-b ke 3 ~ -e 0- at ,eNl tie Wew PHY e ICIANSe the ANNOUNCEMENTal, bru
S* .aq be p U was a heor ailed with delight. I take this method and opportunity
doe M o M g imp a Iy to this em The t l d *reenlle d the glory that to anounce to the people of Ocala and
i leib shll mW bWhl - thairn nearly half a d ct hry&M ag vicinity that I have opened an ofee.e
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gDal- a ftS tAihb a the eeks deemed this an ocahm Shall do a general practice, paying
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A -e mede t3iry atO w Ih ebslan as they saw how the of women and children. Calls made XA
.Wear W* ry 4 has1 1e air am gased Ma them ais their nat promptly night or day. Phone Nos..
-. e is MMlo~an e office, redene, :r lne of toilce hours
qVreto VI It waqfatu ot vigor= s exercise 9 to11:230 a. m., 1:20 to 4 p. m.. 7 to 8
S-\ to a push- fr 'the -older b1oys, a eght forecast p. m. re quispectfully.e proud of the
of what will e theirs for ten days at F. IL Mcclane. M. D.n t
lf0 0111med aI os aO of the Note-Shall devote the morning of-b
S= BrYm.. Afee hours of Tuesday and Friday of


'':'he& h" Jo-. A. Nap will be of SKILLED PAINTING
Sgreat service to them In elargag wth very a lt asy
-w -ask. kno h _wledgeO f M itr etiem I t.aI prepared to take any job of
Ma I fW Mr r e 0 e- ,thdl appea wS. -e ._ r b pat once tno matter how laro e or bow
".ghbs em. Masd he2 o InCpANs 10n0W na looked .l, or ow fane the work desired
Sa a e the ly sediely, specW the ew mybe. ave the material, brushes
S 90 10I a i a i ere"e A. Nash. iso who e 01- and knowledge to paint and do it1
41'1hey a12 f die1y beast there semed to be right Houses painted side and out.
g d high wih verythig to demote the schooled and Graning, gld, hard oil ani hinBg,
and at t" eIege. RisM m oS aa', which Majr var6, fishing and letterag anld sign
*i*ImNm gsm ulewrd Nasih hasbeem n for years and to bis painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
W" spend the mo.1 seal, deveti na" OthUsisms Ocala Write a card, care Camp Phosphate
.' "gM -t'e6f pauTMts. They today am bo--st of a il.tary cemp ar Company, or leave word at the Star,
tbft 05SAM ither Asdles iB Mthe equalof the beat i the stae. office. W. 7lftryaw. Ocal., Fla. tf
W -'Is he .fto aSer After the arade the company wasy
i- .te Mtf m.rl asjsry. amebed sto the armory- and di missed, REXALL t
4.w siI. -_ -I ea.t t ,*, m ,rl nagthe InstractionC amp
s .pet e1 i 10 al* ll aI Es the W t Li epet was broken Look over our line of toilet prep-
t-o inea a weor oa Iwep aup'Sand the soldier boys left on the 6 arations. We are quite proud of the
c -* 0 _aess t mM M.. e_ k birn efor Jacksovill, a happ .y f le sto. mPerfumn_, powders and
d ie B 10"l -e AN O their seven set of 1g m e. Jasoaps of the finer grades. Tydings &I












." -MS "- 61& MR ea Th ps0lota ..h coma n amount tt edert nsnCompny.
* ...... A. Nash. HOME FOR SALE CHEAP
M. *2-' Wlre -onthe Deaxer L el Be Any one wishing a good home in
. l q d.'C.. ,a_ Fita-o, oaNm F. raham. M Ocal,. with very large n.t, on easy
SI. Mises an iste M t- P. Dtn. terms and at a great bargain. apply
4a0. i4Mr. Wa 1W.a 4" e t t .. at once to F. W. Ditto.












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iW i".. ._C .- A C. W Arai cOrder. Nobles of the My -
S. etie oa sale May Tickets, 18 a nd
|-. .. +tl .M St' ?h rp Artio ea-Bohn L SmIeths. ~sad or- 8. Final limit J ne.
l 4 S te > tria ate tD. Boyett. John Fe
22 S I w Bak er. Wa. T. Baker, John W. Br-I$ %4 -AshevMah, aN. C.. id return,
eit e. A w aacooeate I otma Convention
m11 Da -s e aA. swell. San Bar Basen s ad Pailathea. Tickets on
3. Icemen, Jas. B.a
SCari e JrM, Margoa Chastain, CUar. a Jun e a"d 1. Fi nal limit
re C-perl, Ad-llph 0 Dome. John W lJue 5, l"9.
-,, .. _- Do.glaI, Jr., Irby e e4 w Atlan3ta, TenO, and return,
FDfMrryA aie cer aa Roy t aot Amnerican Association of
08 af t the eOpteicans. Tickets on sale June
I ee ao c lan ayerat earnest J19 e and 20. Final limit June 25,
l, be |i~ ru^m oIe Wallace X. Johnon, Ulw. H. 1t
Si e 1.mesa.C .e e, L llpark Jmes M. $17.5, Asheville. N. C., and ret urn,
i*anloge a Walter 3. Marlowe, haoe5 Of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
U L M t p. Metcalf. Dert G. Meda, r Tickets oa sale July 8,19, 10, and
-'tM N1ehol, Ja. imer Lee Os- O Ial imt July 2f, 1909.
teem, Frank F. Pearson. Samuel J. 14.-Memphis, "enn., and return,
K* a, '- th e.tl er, n Allet ob. Crushers' Association. Tickets on
fTt w homas Douse Den balder, C. sale Mea 165 Iand 18. Fngl limit
SaeD. Seheuck, Iaak H. Smith, Oliver C 22, .


S So oets y' to th ane MUM & A le ei t yore"e o a few days' trial, School Congress and Young Peo-
S .. e *..in*. th" I-. u* Tn e et at m ofhce, or by crd l e's hautauqua. Tickets on sale
*lsSl'J as U***^^ mmm*b a e' pheme. they are the the greatest June 7, 1 and 9. Final limit 15 days
WGUiM iS mlt. the eio to the rp- little tbg i. the hom, epeeially in from but not Inclu4ing date of sale.
..l '-Y p "*4'. 00 i hbut we their. Connect the cord with $1&-Tuscaloosa. Ala. and return,
So. 2 ~W s el me of yor light drops and in a few account summer school for teachers
Sus- iutes the Irom is hot. No smoke Unversity of Alabama. Tickets on
'WifeSb 'D o Manrto l yt V r I sale June 3 9. 12. 14. 19, 21, 28, July
W. TUCIC3rd and 5th. Final limit 15 days
Ike from date of sale, but by deposit-
S" 1 M r L T prescription department is the lng tickets with special agent
7i -.&'L x'--"a- stay of any drugstore. Accuracy, Tuscalooea not later than 16 days
S* -4 whwtto w u reHabOlty, prompteas and pre drugs from date of sale, extension may be
h av. M me made this departmenIt of our had to September 30. on payment of
ei eme e of the largest In the ,fee of IL
SIatry. S d us your prescriptola. M Os-Nashville, Tenn.. and return,
NuM!ank otigos fo Tydig & CO. account Peabody College summer
e, m-r m y a mae school for teachers and Vanderbilt
t v toher .r Mrs. CIAL EARLY SREAKFATS Biblical Institute. Ticket on sale
y l M. r. -O -eW ap- Te w. m .. s. ,,ouJu. n* 6 7. 5, 14. 16, 1. 2&, 29 and 20.
St oest T-m w"M ext orl y break- Final limit 15 days from date of sale,
s Je ltkt s o" Ats can got anmse at the 10k Caf -as but by deposielting tickets with spe-
bb 4 1 w a 4: Nt tbey delre. ~ al agent Nashville not later than 15
-- I I days from date of sale, extension
t-MaMa naIa ad REXALL may be had to September 30, on
hoaw Lee payment of fee of 81.L
6 1 It e wut eas Msemrp. X C. Davis & C0. of JacksovUlle, For full information and sleeper
ea" obbth suweprm ag Ohe wEl sell any mals of second-head reservation call on aWy agent Sea-
hteaee' papers. There we a upa easy terms it desired. board or write to S. C. Boylston,
so tanad Bshn teadnrs tak- A=Lt. Gen. Paw. Agent. Jacksonville,
ftehe o S J s Wei llc wIl cure any eae La.;: or call oa H. C. Raysor, C. T.
th 4a a" Tver. v Priee as. A.. OCMa, Fl.
e a tod ae k w LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
-tpe tr* wo g p Wam ATLANTIC COAST LINE
ImI Ioir p17AI5-AshevUle, N. C., July 13. 14
S-deree etre ot m and 1&. UmIt July 3.


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$17.45-Asheville. N. C., June 17. 18.
IamIt June 2L Stopovers allowed.
$143-Atlanta, Ga., June 19, 20. Limit
June 25. Stopovers allowed.
$124A-Athens. Ga, June 26. 27, 28.
S imit 15 days. Extension to Septem-
ber W0. Stopovers. ....


GOOD ROADS IN GENERAL
And the seed Read, that is a Badi
Read, to Bltchton in Particular
The writer is an enthusiast In theI
matter of hard road construction. Soi
much absorbed in the means of coun-i
y improvement, county advancement, '
-a d tlm %ratn A s invi t vl tn:


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Boarding School lee Boy Cemsted I m
Boys from 3 to 14 years Beeti vet ty 'E. is
lectual, Moral and Soclal Limes, --alt- t
Pooil rComplete al me la --'- -'b* t*- -'^.S


U ann t nUL dUU savU5 51 &sang in rave -"* a-- pr-W I
all the citizens of the county, and es- Recreation RAm L
specially those who reside in rural dig.
tricts. that he is constrained to wri" Apply for Prelpeetd to tI
requesting the public to exercise ef-
fort and Insistence on more and better SL JAslehl i\
roads; to urge the county commis- "* A-M--I
sioners to devise ways and means by
diligence, attention and more anxious
thought along the line of the subject
A DigressIon.
We are not censuring the board; I
yes we are in a way. too, for the lack :M I
of progression in road building and
thiIr neglect in repairing roals ready
constructed, e. g. the Blitchton route.
This may be an offence to the board.
If so. I'll allow them to apoligize, but CARRY AT
not until they've visited the Blitchton ,,AR, AA
hard road and and have carefully
scrutinized its needs from an unLiased D or,%- pAI
judgment. The public is not alone
that we've-the Blitchton haid road-
been discriminated against, i. e. in ex-
penditure, number of miles construct-
ed, and especially in the matter of .re- D nLi
pairs, but 'eMnbers of the board ad- --B
mit it too.
It has been urged even by members j&Ut A,
of the board when approached that
lack of material available is a reason
for not directing some attention to
the Blitchton route. This is not a
plausible excuse. We've more and
better material en route to Blitchton 'StateC g nt s I
-we believe-than on another hard s-
road in the county. There is a char- -and G o1, lei u.fl
acter of material, with and without
pebble-and we speak from experience COIlrk lnvy
-en route to Blitchton hardly to be CO* 'MY.
surpassed for road uuildlng. Speak-
Ing of hard roads, expense and mater- I rU
ial. we will pot fall far short of the
truth in declaring better and more
accessible material and less expense; H a, A
to us in Marion, than is apparent else-
where, e. g. J. S. MeMcCully's ac-
count for each mile he rocked on
Blitchton route was about $100. He nellon has railroad traasp..tatio to
could have made the road entirely sat- Ocala and other places with less
isfactory and durable with double the travel to and traffic in Ocala than
material applied, thereby aggregating such places as Flemington, BUtchtmo
a cost of only $200 per mile and the and other sections.
use of dynamite would curtail this ex- The Blitchton side furnishes (Ke,-
pense one-fifth the estimate. In Vir- drick we may except) more travel to
ginia $3.000 per mile is the cost, but and trade in Ocala than any other
the roads are permanent, being built section, Then why rot help us? Why
of stone. not tote fair?
They utilize all county convicts and Flemington in son, population and
state prisoners convicted of felonies thrift is the equal of any section in
whose penalty is fixed at not exceed- Marion. A whole lot of good people
ing five years. in the, discretion of the there. A hard road for them would
judge., e. Virginia furnishes the be along the line of justice and fur-
brains through an engineer and the nish to Ocala what she most desire-
labor through the convicts, and the bPatronage. Think of these things!
counties furnish material and the Query: Anyhow, upon what are the
tools. Why not utilize the labor of a authorities' conclusions based as to
man held In jail awaiting trial, if he the number of miles of hard "ad to
will, volunteer to do so. If convicted which and section is entitled.
credit him with the number of days SI H. tICE.
worked: if acquitted pay him 50 cents


per day for employed time.
The method of detention for these
road convicts can be made simple, at
a nominal expense, either of canvas or
sheet Iron. temporary, easily moved.
The tent is the superior of them all--
better health and a less rate of mor-
tality than any other method of de-
tention.
The writer, while attending' the
National Prison Congress last Novem-
ber. in Richmond, had an opportunity
to visit and investigate the style and
structure of the tent. the position of
the cots. And the station of a guard;
also the arrangement of chains as fas-
teners.
Should the county commissioners
deem this experience of any value the
-writer will gladly permit an interview.
The 'writer's mention of Virginia's
method does not imply an argument
In favor of the utilization of state
prisoners on the highways, and the
reason for this has been made clear
by him in former communications.
Ocala is a good town; none better in
Florida (inland towns). Effort is be-
ing made to &nnect Ocala with Dun-
nellon and towns in Citrus, in plain
language, with places from which
usually Marion's' metropolis is and will
be visited by owners of autos. Dun-




Fw Yomself? 7
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d lp doan wbhatevr food or ma -
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lB iueat thonw woRan.
In ased froweaknewMaervoumes
pas and e al. then It meeas much to
Meu that owe triu4 ,w true hpnedst
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dsdists for the care of oman's iills


The iaees O Dr. Percs's FaVorite Prwe
criptio. for the cureof weak nervous. run
owna, over wnk d.debilitated, pain-racked
wI-om n knowlr this medicine to be made up
So taiedlemts. every one of which eas the
stugest possible Indorsement of the leading
md stsmaard sathoriltls Of the several
ehoo of c a lce awe, perfectly willin. and
In fact. m an nly too Wad to print, as they do
e for uila. or list of Ingredie.at of which
t is composed. a plIS agia. e every

The tsmala of Dr. Pieree's Pavorit* Pre-
eript1am wM beurthe most critical ex amina-
is o at medical experts. for it contains no
alcohol narcotics. harmful, or habtt-torning
drua, d m agent enters Into it that is not
highly zeimmended by t most advanced
ad leading medteal teachers sad author-
itales of their several schools of practia
t atb reco mmend the ingredients
. K eT Dr.7te rpitI.o for the
caIe eactly tbe e satie rwbntsa


No other imde tr woman's ils ham say
shumrosleumaSl 4orme-wtas Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Pseripton has received. In the an-
galiled recommendation of each of its
several Ingredlets by scores of leading medi-
cal a c of all the schools of practice. Is
sach a endorsummit a"t worthy of aeAV
emmaidsratimis?


COAST


LINE BRAKEMAN
KILLED NEAR NEWBERRY


George M. Brbek, a young man ot
Jacksonville, a son of Conductor G. W.
Brock, was fatally injured near New-
berry Sunday morning. He was try-
ing to flag a following train when he
slipped and fell under the wheels of
his own. His remains were sent to
the home of his grandparents at It ia,
Georgia, for interment. He was a
member of Palmetto Camp, W. 0. W.,
of Jacksonville.

LOOKING ONE'S BEST
It's a woman's delight t6 look her
best, but pimples, skin eruptions, sores
and bolls rob life ._ joy. LUsten!
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them:
makes the skin soft and velvety. I-
glorifies the face. Cures plaples, sore
eyes, cold sores, cracked Ilps. chapped
hands. Try it. Infallible for piles.
25c at all druggists.

L 1. 9. F.
Tulula Lodge. No. 28
L 0. 0. F. meets ev
abery Tuesday evenlag
in Tonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
ways welcome.
W. C. Blanchard. N. 0.
M. M. Little. Secretary.

OCALA LODGE
NO. M


Meets 2nd and 4th
J p Tuesday evenangs in
i each month. Visiting
brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb. Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary.

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Next regular monthly meetln g WI
be held Friday evening, June 11, at
7:30 o'clock In Tonge's BaL Visiting
sovereigns are always weleosi.
DL IL LtUe. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.


S Conventions held every Moae
day evening in Castle Hall,
over Peyser's store. A oordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Halle, C. C.
Chas K. Sage. K. of IL. ad I&

SSCALA AERIE
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Meets every first and
third Wedneaeay evoesm-
ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visittag brethem
always welcome. r
F. W. Ditto, Preidet.
W. C. Moore, Secretary.
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Odd Fetlows meet tonight.
lks meet this evening.
Red Men meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
EXALL
Meet me at the drug store on the
square.
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tie Bonanza.
Mrs. Chas. K. Sage came up from
Eastlake today.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
eure chills and fever. 25 cents.
W. V. Weathers, the York farmer.
dined at the Montezuma yesterday.
6 or 6 doesa *t will cure any ease
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
J. It. Parks. of Gainesville. was in
the city yesterday on business.
Mr. Rawls of Martin was a caller In
town today.
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonanza.


W I There were 30 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Mr. J. H. Parker of Gainesville, is
kil--- fWI alat the Montezuma.
Mr. J. P. Hill of Fort McCoy, is at
the Montesuma.
Capt Jack Williams, of Citra. is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. 1D. A. Denmark, of Valdosta. is at
the Ocala House.
The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and Invites
your inspection:

IRES, AS P. H. Hill, who runs the Rentz
RE AS commissary at Fort McCoy. was a
AUTO business visitor in town yesterday.
DONE tR. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville
will sell any make of second-hatnd
typewriter upon easy terms If desired
Mr. G. S. Maynard Is greatly im-
F| proving his home on Lake Weir ave-
FL.nue.

We hav the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
cles In the city. Tydongs & Co.

Mr. Hinton. of Sharpe's Perry. was
in town today, shaking hands with his
many friends.
l Have you seen the new visible Fay-
g holes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.
s VHvotl general agents.
Iittde 250 Fet Messrs. J. M. Smith, J. 0. Johnson
paclty 250 guests and G. E. Smith, of Reddick. are at
iwling and Tennis. the Montezuma.
family rates. For
manager of Kenil- REXALL

"ine candles, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best, In pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
stand.

Mr. D. Rowell of Citra. is among
yesterday's arrivals at the Monte-
szuma.

Wa X Wi0 We have a most exqutslte line of
be o fancy Imported china in many dif-
terent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
of W'mn of Drugstore.


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Mr. James Roache of the Central of
kGeorgia Railway, is a guest of the
Ocala House.
REXALL
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come in and look' it bver itf
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.
Mr. B. K. Thrower, who travels for
the Baird Hardware Co.. of Gaines-
ville, is a guest of the Ocala House.
Whether there is a breeze or not
you can keep one up for ten hours with
one of the new eight-inch Westing-
house fans for only 3 cents. H. W.
Tucker has them.
Mr. J. D. Odom, with the Home
turpentine people at Gaiter, was in
town today.
To avoid serious results take Folefy'a
Kidney Remedy at the first signs of
kidney or blader disorder such as
backache, urinary Irregularities, ex-
haustion, and you will soon be well.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy today. Sold by all druggists.
Miss Beatrice Sinclair is home from
Tallahasse. where she is serving as
stenographer to the state railroad com-
mission.
I" REXALL
* Totr prescriptions, when left at the
purt Pharmacy, are compounded
frbm pure and fresh drugs. Phone us;
we'll call for and deliver your pre-
scriptions.
Chas. K. Sage reports wonderful
fishing luck at Eastlake at the hour
when graveyards yawn-46 fine trout
in a hour.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
ewe aehrf and lever. 25 cents.
FOR SALE-At Fort McCoy, forty
acres of the best strawberry and let-
tuce land in Marion county, situated a
mile and a half from the Rents rall-
road. This land contains 25 acres of
good cypress timber suitable for cross-


HENRY DEAN
Mr. Henry Dean, who was at Martia
for some time with the Crosby ard
later the Roess mill, died under an
operation at Plant City Sunday and
his body was taken through this city
Monday morning on the 2:3 Seaboard
train for his former home In Baxley,
Ga. Mr. Dean was a brother of Mum.
J. W. Crosby of this city. Mrs. Cros-
by and the children went to Plant
City Saturday and were with Mr. Dean
and accompanied the remains to their
former home for buriaL
The Air Dome pictures were frst-
class last night, particularly "The
Chrysanthemum." which was artist-
ically beautifuL Miss Vivian Dame
presided at the piano and pleased ev-
ery one by the superb music she drew
from the Instrument.
T. A. Perry, a prosperous farmer of
the Pine section, was In town today,
and made a handsome deosiet nla the
bank.
H. W. Nettles, the farmer and saw
mill man at Flemington, was among
the visitors to the city today.
All hall to Ocala's Metropolitan
Band boys. They certainly can play
and their music won the praise of
many strangers who were in town
yesterday afternoon and heard them at
the dress parade.
Miss Clara Johnson, the charming
daughter of Captain and Mrs. T. H.
Johnson, will attend ConverseCollege
at Spartanburg, S. C. an institution of
superior learning. Mrs. Johnson will
accompany her daughter and remain
with her during the school term.
Messrs. D. Schein, E. W. Knox, G.
A. McLeod, H. F. Phillips and G. H.
Robinson, of Tampa, represented the
cigar city at the Ocala House yester-
day.
Messrs. G. E. Guynn. Harry Fein-
berg. -Ernest Turnipseed, Carence
Chitty and J. R. Crosby of Dunnellon,
were guests of the Montezuma yester-
day.
Mrs. Van Kelsey, of Stanton, is In
the city. She came up with her
daughter, Miss Pearl Kelsey, who is
taking the teachers' examination.

Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Powers and
little son, Harris, will leave Thursday
for 'ryon. N. C.. where they will re-
main for the summer.
Mr. Rollie Keating has sold his
Maxwell runabout to Mr. Robert Sand-
ers of Dannellon. Mr. Keating has
ordered himself a Buick car.
Attorney R. A. Burford went to
Jacksonville yesterday to see his son
and daughter off for Boston.
Mrs. Howard Munroe and Mrs. Al-'
bert Birdsey and little daughter reach-
ed Ocala Sunday from Asheville, N.
C.. on a visit to their parents, Col. and
Mrs. J. M. Martin.
Mrs. W. C. Blanchard and daughter
left this morning for a visit to Jack-
sonville and Pablo Beach.
Messrs. Strickland and D6re, farm-
crs and stockman of Heidtville, were
in the city today.
Mr. Joseph Stanland of Lake Bry-
ant, was in town today. He said they
had good rains lately, but not enough
to raise the waters of the lake.
Mrs. William Reiner of Umatilla. is
a guest of the Montesuma. She and
her son are looking after their orange
grove at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Camp and children
will go down to Crystal River tomor-
row to spend some time on their com-
fortable houseboat.

Miss Edith McGuire of Smethport,
Pa.. who spent the winter with her
friend, Miss Annie MIxzon. left for her
home Sunday. The many friends
made during her visit here regret her
departure.
Mr. S. S. Reed the commission man
who purchased Mr. Agnew's crop of
melons at Agnew station, brought In
and presented to Mrs. B. T. Perdue
yesterday the largest melon that has
yet been seen in Ocalas this season. It


weighed 65 pounds. Mr. Reed says
there are jilenty more nearly as large
In the patch, which he will ship to the
northern markets. Mr. Reed has
probably handled more cars of melons
this season than any other one com-
mission man visiting Ocals.
Miss Lela Jones of Williston. who
has spent several weeks with her sis-
ter, Mrs. Archie Jackson, Gainesville.
returned home Saturday.
A. W. Young. merchant and far-
mer and M. F. Hull, trucker and far-
mer, of Orange Lake, were In the city
yesterday and seemed greatly Interest-
ed in the dress parade given by the
Ocala Rifles.
Miss Fay Campbell went down to
Belleview yesterday on her brother,
Claude's oil wagon, to visit Miss Es-
sie Foy for a few days.
Will Moore, who has been connected
with the Ocala Gas Co. for many
years, has resigned his position and
accepted a similar one with the Tam-
pa Gas Co. He will go down tonight
to assume his duties. Later he will
move his family to Tampa.
Mr. Booth and son of the Orange
Hammock seetlin, was in town today
to see the county commissioners
about building a hard road from Nig-
gerown Creek to Altoona.
Mr. George W. Chambers, of the fire
department, went up to Jacksonville
today to take in the state encamp-
ment and the other sights of the me-
tropolis of the state.


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ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE
The regular meeting of the Marlon
County Anti-Saloon League will be
held Tuesday evening. June 8th at 8
o'clock. H. C. Packham, Sec'y.

HOUSES FOR RENT
Modem eottagesa all uvennc
well located and new. Apply to Joe-
eph Bell, at court bhooue

THE "MERRY WIDOW FOR SALE
On account of the tact 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-tt Frank Mathews, City.

THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
Offers its services and superior work-
manship In the art of palitling vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced Its spelalty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of our work can
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis! auto. Give us a calL
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS.


EYE
TROUBLES
ARE '
HEREDITARY
They are handed down from parent
to child, and It there s a defect In a
parent's eyes It Is more tUew 0j*ly to
be found hI the eyes of the child alo.
Red lids. styes, or tchng, buratning
palns are
INDICATIONt. OF
musculer troubles that can be over-
come by using proper glasses
DR. D. M. BOBY,
Eyesight Speodalnt
Ocala6 Fa.
Offe Hours": 9 to 12 a. ad
1:30 to 4:30 p. a. Optical oGee
and laboratory. room 9 sad 4 GaM
block.


SALESMAN WANTED


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. .
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING.
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.
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STRAYED OR STOLEN;
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Between April 10 and 15 the follow-
Ing cattle disappeared from my prem-
ises at Cornell: One old cow, red dun
color, marked swallow fork in one ear
split in other ear: one black heifer.
same marks as cow: one Jersey color-
ed heifer, same marks as cow; two
heifers, full-bloo4ed Jersey. one mark-
ed, one smooth crop, split and under-
bit in ach ear, branded A. ILM.: the
other heifer umbranded. Will pay $5
reward for information as to their
whereabouts. Apply to L. Ballard.
Cornell. Fla. 2tdw
Meet me at the drug store on the
squarely

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


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HOUSE FOR RENT" TE PIT THM UK-WI
A new sevea-room h ise S fr eat, -W o V!
on Daugherty street. Apply to A. .
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Dr. E. Van Hoed a s, call ed tosM -
Bushnell lapt night to operate a w is I
Bterliug Stevens. a young ma at f-. at
place who accidentally shot Milf,
with a revolver Sunday. TM beA
In the shoulder and was removed A T
from the rear. Dr.M Hood my Is L
in a rather serious cudtlsm. Mn sre
Is a possibility that the ban peetat-
ed the upper porties of the ag..
SMr. Walter Tonge, Ms Ai
Tonge and Mr. L E.L Tonee went dewn
to Eastlake Saturday afterilaa to Mr.
Young's Maxwell runabout.' sIemt the
night with Mr. and Mr. C. K. Bag
and returned home Sunday morning.
They made the trip back frm Balle-
view in an hour and twenty mlmutaes
Mr. J. W. Akin, of the Ocala Phfb-
ing & Electrical Co., will m up to Me.
Intosh tomorrow to begte on a lage
job of modern pluaMan, oswerage asd
acetlyne lighting for Mr. Willam
Gist's home.
"Handsome Bob" Murrell o the
Star, overslept himself tw mortag -" "- -
and got left when the soldier boys
took the o'clock train. eb went
.up on the noon train to jota his ee m-
pany, the Ocala Rifles at Black Poit
on the ft. Johns river. I i
Mr. Grover McClure eae in today- -
to spend a few days with relatives Ia,
the city.
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Mr. Fred Robertso o the Ozted ... '
Crate Co. of Crysal River. Is tla a the
city today. "
Mies C.-M. Buckbee ofat the A ses'
Home School, leaves tomorrow r ft er M
summer home Ina Hlsdalie, N. .
Mrs. J. P. Hllburm ind be sma oa- U LA.A L
car. of Sutherlan came up today t
visit Miss Margaret Peace. P e, St
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Atkem are visit-o
Ing friends at Winter Have is Peak "|6 su ,

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lytle of Etam- ,Tty ai ar aMR
ton, came up to Ocala today to co- c t---WS--r as- a-mi *- -r aw -
sult Dr. Newsom. They retarmed Wa de do OiS c S la 0m M-lVa
the afternoon train, but will be. km a enidoar I- tw a nal
tomorrow so Mr. Lytle can eater the WivrA bdek i that Al
hospital and be operated am fto a- l ft MUat I the cMy 0MM- 6
pendicitCs. a Omey, Piem. is-wit: ,
Mr. ElUs. the Gaitaelle fertfisr mthe.,t lb b f I I.I,
man, came down this *ft*0oon way 1CIM r Ire.1. .
A number of eitisems appeared be- the deak tOC 1 er ldt-4bs Mt 1
fore the board of county A"dii- e day be s at. I a
ers today and rqueted them to opesm 4al, at wv i Eo* m.
the gun barrel road from Ocala to Ok- ler me pavN S Ie as be
lawaha. It will run east of the A. C. L I. '-as-i-ma W--- l- t oIn w
railway and touch Candler n ats pIas- r a ps9wi w rb *n .'
sage. Distance 16 miles. This read ~s's eae m i the al t iM .
has long sought recogniltloa and aow alg. -
it will be opened by the board. I* ciety et s "eeM v" r -aV WJ1-
to vejmea Say Wr SW tl
The promise of a good baby Asho be emI teL d '. -
Saturday afternoon at the armory May StI. A. 6605 t
from 4 to s under the ausplea' the 1.CN. "
King's Dahlters. Is qvtte Iatterme. PWaggt UWg g
There will be an admIstion fee t 10 Attest: C. M nak, C% y O I .
cents charged. Let everybody ..... .....
has a baby bring It along. The mo001 NOTICE Op A=Am
the merrier. Tax d tui b am 8 .* :
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gasngtbus beweskedgands xband organs;
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andfteoounaedkod k


SI b t I *tiwo Chloe Resident Lots in Blodks Adjoining
ow- rd Academy and Lincoln Heights.
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At Albuquerque we stopped long
enough to see a modern city, with
modern improvements fifty miles of
graded streets and a lumber business
representing 20,000,000 feet of the fin-
est white pine lumber in the world.
But we are told that out of 15.000
American Inhabitants 14.000 of them
are there for lung trouble, and we
hasten on. *
We bring up at Williams. Arizona.
for our next stop, and are taken up
a branch railroad the next morning,
sixty-seven miles to the Grand Can-
yon. We cannot describe it. It is
worth a trip across the continent to
dee It. They tell us It is thirteen
miles from the edge of the canyon at
the hotel to the rim of the further
side.' and a mile deep to the waters of
the Colorado river at the bottom. It


is the biggest hole in
the face of the earth.
entrance and the exit
and you can pour the
Okeechobee and all of
of Florida Into it. and


the ground on
Dam up the
to this canyon
waters of Lake
the other lakes
only begin the


filling. On mules that never stumble
we crawl down the side of this open
crater, finding snow at the start and
tropical climate and growth on the
plateau 2,200 feet below. We went no
further, but faced the miracle of get-
ting out, where the natural vision said
no mortal foot could climb. It is a
Grand Canyon. And the photographs
of Its painted waits and fantastic
domes and pinnacles will never fade
from the minds of us who went that
day Into the depths of the earth.
Ente'isg California
We passed over the Colorado river
the next morning, and entered upon
the borders of the great state whose
Industries we had come so far to see.
But twe were not prepared for the
scene the day was to reveal to us.
They called this country "a painted
desert." Painted not by the chang-
ing hues of foliage, or petals of bloom,
but by the reds, and variable greys
of sandstone. Sandstone mountains
rising above sand hills without a
green leaf to decorate their brows.
Wide plains of shifting sands are
spotted with tufts of sage bruch, and
not a living thing is in sight. Drop a
man into the midst of this desert and
he would be homesick for his mother-
in-law, and go Insane with fear of
starving to death before he could find
a root or berry to eat, or a drop of
water to drink. Death itself would
be discouraged here, for there is not
a living thing for it to prey upon. But
better things are ahead. Green bushes
begin to cUlmb the hillsides; flowers
are peeping out of the sandy wastes;
a moving panorama of fertility is
coming again. We are nearing the
great orange district of California.
Twenty-fives miles out from San Ber-
nardino a committee from the board
of trade of that place, step upon our


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."All right." says Market
So close is the touch between the
grower and the market that they seem
to walk side by side. The exchange
moves its cars at will. diverting and
rediverting, like a master chess play-


L. ALEXANDER

Practical
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all
contract work. oryes more and bet-
ter work for the money than any
other contractor in own.





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FLORIDA ORANGE GROWrRS

What Thy Saw in California-Good
deMs fr Our People to Adt.
At the meeting held in the chamber
of commerce building in Los Angeles
shortly after arriving there, the dele-
gation was divided up into commit-
tees as follows:
Finance-A. C. Clewls. P. W. Inman,
W. B. Gray, E. Holtsinger. J. J. Heard.
Legislation-Thomas Palmer, J. J.
Heard, E. Hoitsinger.
Packlng-C. H. Walker, L. W. Til-
den, H. A. Ward, 0. W. Sadler.
Grading-W. S. Hart, L, B. Skinner
J. Carney.
Transportation-P. W. Inman. Those.
Palmer, J. W. Sample. T. B. Quinby,
A. R. Rule. David Scott.
Picking-C. H. Thompson, H. G.
Nickerson, G. M. Wakelin, H. A.
Ward.
Machinery and Appliances-W. W.
Clark, L. B. Skinner, A. G. Smith. F
W. Inman, G. T. Raymond. H. E.
Heltman, W. B. Gray. E. R. Rowland,
W. D. Taylor, John Carney, C. H.
Walker.
Packing House Appliances-W. B.
Gray, LI B. Skinner, W. S. Hart, A.
G. Smith. H. E. Heltman, F. A. Lane,
E. R. Bowland. W. W. Clark, F. W.
Inman, G. T. Raymond, John Carney
W. D. Taylor.
Pre-Cooling-H. E. Heitman, W. B.
Gray, F. W. Inman. W. W. Clark. 0.
M. Terry.
Advertising-A. B. Rule, J. W. Sam-
ple. A. C. Clewis.
Selling and Distribution-L. B.
Skinner, W. B. Gray, H. E. Heitman,
0. W. Saddler, David Scott, C. H.
Walker.
Cultivation, Fertilization and Irriga-
ion-H. A. Ward, John Carney, J. W.
Sample, L. W. Tilden, F. A. Lane, C.
H. Thompson.
Insects and Diseases--W. D. Tay-
lor. E. R. Bowland. L W. Tilden, John
Carney, J. T. Raymond, T. B. Quinby.
0. W. Saddler, W. S. Hart, F. A.
Lane.
Details of the Trip
Following report, giving the details
of the California trip, was prepared
for publication in the Florida papers.
It was written for the committee by
Mr. 0. T. Raymond:
We left Jacksonville in three spec-
ial cars at 8 o'clock the evening of
April 20. Our first stop of note was
at St. Louis, where we spent an hour
and twenty minutes hurrying about In
a hustling city. From here we rode
through Missouri amidst splendid
farms and prosperous towns, along
the banks of the river which bear the
name of the state.
Arriving in Kansas City, we were
met by hacks and driven over mag-
nificent parkways, and through busy
streets, where a'great city has sprung
from the small beginning of one
abode hut in a few years. We dined
at her best hotel, slumbered quietly
in our cars at night, and while the
morning sun is climbing to the zenith,
we are flying through Kansas, the
grandest farming section of our coun-
try. We saw fine herds of blooded
Stock standing in grassless enclosures
where they were fed out of racks, be-
cause land is too precious for pastur-
age. Night shuts out our vision of
Colorado. and we wake up in New
Mexico.
In New Mexico


pendous, with an organization that
virtually controls the output of four-
teen counties, we do well to stop and
stAdy here.
As quickly a- possible the Florids
committee of forty-five is organized
into sub-committees and we are ready
for bu-iincss. First we are taken to
a regular meeting of the exchange
board of directors. w--!comed and in-
troduced. Graciously they tell us
what they have accomplished: of
how th*-y have met disaster and tuorn-
ed defeat into victory, making the cit-
rus business of California one of the
saf-est and best in the world.
Then begins a journey of inspection
and study, led by Mr. G. H. Powell.
the government expert. anal Mr. F. P.
Burton, the sales manager of the ex-
change. For thr-e days we are most
of the time in automobiles, whirling
amidst orange groves and banks of
flowers that are a joy forever; and all
in sight of snow-crwned mountains
that smile on us in majestic quiet.
At Riverside
The first place to visit, and our
headquarters for a while. 's River-
side. Riverside county has been re-
claimed from the desert, and the fa-
mous orange city is the second
wealthiest in the world. We are taken
in automobiles to various packing
houses and Mr. Powell tells us of he
excellencies of each. We are taken
up Mt. Rubidoux, 15,000 feet above
the valley, on an zuto road built by
the Southern Pacific railroad (think
of the East Coast line joining hands
with the Atlantic Coast Line and
building a shell road from Palm Beach
to Fort Myers). Here we look out
upon 30,000 acres of orange and lem-
on trees. We shall never forget it.
Mr. Thomas Palmer, the orator of
our committee. thanked our hosts who
were present in a speech which was
a gem for its poetry and fitness. We
were taken care of to the comfort and
joy of everybody at the Glenwood
Mission Inn.
We started out the second morning
in automobiles for San Bernardino
going through Redlands and Hig.-
lands, visiting packing houses and
cooling plants. We found a grand
dinner waiting for us at Redlands.
We arrived back at Los Angeles, hav-
Ing visited numerous packing houses.
and having seen the best orange grove
section of the great state. A word in
closing as to the secret of success
we had come so far to learn.
Secret of Success


er on the chess board of co.mmcrce.
And they have done all this at an ex-
pense to the grower of about 6 cents
per box and no commissions to any-
one.
3. Everlasting Vigilance to the
Handling of the Flrult This is one of
the most important things the ex-
change has accomplished. No amonat
of advertising or organization will
sell rotten fruit Beginning aI the
grove, they pick with the utmost care
and gloved hands. It was found by
actual tests that a large part of the
fruit was harmed in the picking and
delivery to the packing house. Daily
inspection of every picker's frait tells
the story of his carelessness or his
care. In the packing house the ruilt
rides as tranquilly from place to place
as a swan upon the waters, and few
ungloved hands are permitted to touch
it. When packed. In most cases It is
pre-cooled and Iced before it starts
upon its long Journey.
What California has done, Florida
can do. Let every orange section in
the state select one or more delegates
and send them to Tampa for the con-
vention to meet there the 1st day of
June. And when these delegates come
back organized, a million and a halt
extra dollars will find their way loto
the pockets of the citrus growers of
the state.

Many of our citizens are drifting to-
wards Brights disease by neglecting
symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble which Foley's Kidney t-me ly
will quickly cure. Sold by all drug-
gists.

WHOLESALE DROWNING
NEAR NEW ORLEANS


New Orleans, June 8.-Ten bodies
were recovered of the excursionists
drowned last night by the collapsing
of a Lake Pontchartrain pier at Man-
deville. It is Impossible to estimate
yet the exact number killed or drown-
'ed. Many were crushed In the wreck-
age on the pier. The accident oc-
curred when the excursion steamer
Margaret. unable to land at the reg-
ular wharf, tied up at a small pier
used for fishing boats. The weight of
the great crowd which rushed off the
boat was too great for the pier which
collapsed throwing two hundred into
the water.

There are many imitations of De-
Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve-
DcWitt's is the original Be sure you
get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve when you ask for It. It is food
for cuts, burns and bruises, and Is es-
pecially good for plies. Sold by all
druggists.

GREAT SUCCESS IN A RALLY
At St. Paul Chapel, A. M. E, Bushlot
(Rev. G. R. Andrew, Pastor)
We return grateful thanks to the
Willing Workers and friends of the
above named church for the amount
raised in our rally, which was $1OLIS.
We had our beloved presiding elder,
Rev. H. W. Hawkins, with us and he
preached for us two able sermons. Also
our pastor. Rev. G. R. Anderson. gave
us a very powerful sermon at 3:3 of
the same day. We gave to Rev. Haw-
kins $20. and to our pastor, Rev. An-
derson. $11.20. and to Mr. Iasel. our
trustees' indebtedness. $4. Also our
pastor. Rev. G. R. Anderson. present-
ed to the one that raised the highest

amount a beautiful lady's watch. 8es-
t.r raising the highest amount In
which was $31.02. Although Sister
Hains gave Sister Kirklin a close run
hut Sister Kirklin beat her 2 cents.
There has never been a greater and
stronger and honester young man at
this point since the church was found-
ed. What a blessing we have through
his advice. He is doing a great work,


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I will buy all kds of Jumk-o. Steel, 'Brs
Tina, Lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrels. Later, Et.; .M
BoWels, RBil% Ate. whether as seeomd-haa4 a of p o at
hibest price In cash for amme. Wslte or cMl eas Im t M i
what you hae and whe re is leaated.
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1. Advertising. No dust laden
traveler from the far East lands on
the Southern Pacific slope that is not
met by sons of industry and told of
the golden fruit that hangs amid liv-
ing green upon broad acres of trees;
and, if he is well groomed, he is taken
In automobiles and carried amid grov-
es that give charm to the story of the
resident, whose pocket book has been
filled by returns from the wandering
fruit Then he is taken to the rooms
of the board of trade, or chamber ,,f
commerce, and shown a wonderful
exhibit of the fruits and products of
the country.
Every box of oranges that starts on
Its journey to the far away market
bears in its bosom a beautiful tale
concisely told, of the quality of the
fruit therein. But it has been pre-
ceded by artistic flyers. announcing
the coming king of fruits till every
consumer of fruits east of the Rocky
mountains cannot sit down to his
breakfast in the morning without
craving a "sun-kist" orange of Cali-
fornia. This is good. Go thou and do
llketwise.
2. Business Genius. No better or-
ganized army of men ever bound
themselves together than the Califor-
nia Fruit Growers' Exchange. They
have secured the co-operation of rail-
roads; they have done away with
commission houses; they have con-
quered box trusts; they have put paid
agents in every important center of
the est and East and in London;
they have reduced the price of every
supply the orange grower needs; they
have regulated the distribution of
their products so that every fruit con-
suming section of the country has an
equitable supply; they have put every
every orange grower in the state who
is a member of the exchange in daily
touch with the, markets of the coun-
try. We were startled several times
in our trip among the packing houses
by Mr. Powell stating that the fruit
of this house sold today for so much.
It was magic. And we saw in our
imagination the grower coming down
his steps from an after dinner walk,
and Market touches him on the
shoulder and says. "Have just sold a
car of your fruit for $2.75."
"Good." says the grower. "Now
hustle that fruit on to the tables of
the consumer, for I have another car
just crossing the Mississippi at St.
Louis. It will arrive at your city at
8:22 Thursday morning. Be ready for
It."


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