OCAIA. FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE i, .IM
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Shamgsek and Centut Again f r
the Amoerie's Cup
New TYok, June 9.-John W. De
Kay. who has a peaking plant in Mex-
too, and whoe is a friend of Sir Thomas
Lipton, bas Just arrived in this city.
Mr. De Kay spent some time with Sir
Thomas while is Bagland aqd said
that Sir Thomas was anxious to try
again to win the American cp.
"Sir Thomas believes in the luck of
the four-leaf Shamrock and wants to
come ever here with a Shamrock IV."
said Mr. De Kay. "I was with him
the day be won hi first rae this
season and he autborised me to make
this statement on my arrival here."
ALONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT
unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or cold, W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Such epeosure gav him a severe cold
that settled on his lungs.* At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
King'd New Discovery. "After using
one bottle," he writes, "I went back to
work as well as ever." Severe colds,
stubbon coughs, nflamed throats and
sore lungs, hemorrhages, croup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. 50c and SL Trial bottle free,
guaranteed by all druggists.
A DOSE OF HICKORY
BARK FOR AFFINITIES
Ines. Ky., June S.-With the woman
who had kidnapped him from his
wife's side on the night of June 1. Jas-
per Crum, a well known farmer, was
taken Into the mountains by his
brother and a posse which had been
searching for him. and the pair strip-
ped to the wpist and soundly switched.
The woman is Miss Liszle Moore,
daughter of a prominent family of
Toos Creek. West Virginia. a sweet-
heart of C(rum's before his marriage.
The pair bad recently been corres-
ponding and had planned the elope-.
The girl knocked at Crum's door af-
ter midnight and kept up the appear-
ance of kidnapping by putting a revol-
ver to Crum's head and compelling
him to follow her.
A posse took up the search and af-
ter five days found the pair living to-
gether at a mining camp in West Vir.
After the whipping the woman was
turned loose, but Crum was brought
back to face his Irate wife, who hard
ly was able to recognize her husband
after his experience with the posse.
ME PAST FIFTY IN DANGER
Menat middle life have found
cefor6d Mrelief nm Fbley's Kidney
Remedy, espeelally from enlarged
prostate gland, which is very com-
mon among elderly mn. L. E. Mor-
ris, Dexter, Ky., writes: "Up to a year
ago my father suffered from kidney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced It enlargement of
the pleetate gland and advised an p.p-
eration. On account of his age we
were afraid he could not stand it and
I recommended Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy, and the first bottle relieved him.
and after taking the second bottle he
was no longer troubled with this com-
plaint." Sold by all druggists.
OF MRS. L. M. N. STEVENS
Portland, Me., June $.-"Coagress Is
sure to pass an act either at this ses-
sion or next which will aid the prohi-
bition states in getting rid of the bo-
gus express companiess" said Mrs. L.
M. N. Itevens president of the Na-
tional W. C. T. U., yesterday.
She mid she talked with Secretary
Knox and he informed her that he be-
Ileved and all the best lawyers believe
the national government should afford
relief to prohibitory states whenever
and wherever possible. She said Presi-
dent Taft also held this view.
THE BIG HEAD
Is of two kinds-coneeit and the big
head that comes from a sick headache.
Does your head ever feel like a gourd
and yoer brain feel loose and sore?
You can cure it in no time-by acting
on your liver with Ballard's Herbine.
Isn't It worth trying for the absolute
and certain relief you get? At all
A SUSPICIOUS HUSBAND
Springfield. Mo., June 9.--uspi-
clous of his wife. Walter W. Tdding-
ton followed the woman to a depart-
ment store here and when he found
her talking with Robert Sellers, a
young business man, he fired two bul-
lets Into Sellers' head. Sellers prob-
ably will die. Eddlngton surrendered.
Sometimes you may be told that
there are other things Just as good as
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
That Isn't so. Nothing made is as
good as DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills for any ailment of the kidneys
or bladder, which always results In a
weak back, backache, rheumatic pains,
rheumatism and urinary disorder!. A
trial of DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills is sufficient to convince you how
gopd they are. Send your name to E
C. DeWitt & Co, Chicago, for a free
trial box. They are sold here by all
Whether there Is a breeze or not
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to curedeaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. 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 condition, hear-
ing will be destroyed for-ver: 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 circu-
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Biennial Meeting of the Sovereign,
Camp at Detroit Attended by
Hundreds of Delegates
Detroit, June 9.-The sovereign
camp of the Woodmen of the World.
one of the largest fraternal and ben-
eficlary orders in the United Sta.es.
met here yesterday in annual session,
with several hundred delegates in at-
tendance. The sovereign camp is com-
posed of delegates from all the states,
with the exception of the Pacific ju-
risdiction, which has a separate head
camp, but is represented at this con-
vention by fraternal delegates, as I?-
.also the Canadian Jurisdiction. The
ladieA' auxiliary Is also in session.
The annual election of officers will
be held tomorrow.
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.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
IN THE FLATIRON
,.New York. June 9.-Her first ride
in an elevator ended fatally yesterday
for Miss Lena Shoomaker. aged 19, of
Saugerties. N. Y.. who came to this
city on an excursion. The accident
occurred in the Flatiron building. Miss
Shoemaker fainted and fell as the ele-
vator descended, and her head was
crushed against the wall of the shaft
as the car unexpectedly shot up again.
BAD SEASON FOR COLDS
GoMs and grip were quite preva-
lent last winter and Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy was in great demand
and performed some remarkable cures.
Mrs. Mary J. Robinson, of Cameron.
W. Va., says: "Last winter I was
taken with one of the awfulest colds
I ever had it my life. I could not
speak above a whisper and was very
hoarse. I was afraid it was going to
be pneumonia. I took one bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Lnd In
three days was lots better and could
talk. I did not take but the one bot-
tle sad it cured me. I now tell every-
body about Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and the good It did me." 3
LONELY WHITE MEN
IN THE FILIPINES
The Metropolis has received the fol-
Idwing letter which explains Itself:
Malabang, Mindano. P. L
Dear Editor: I have been requested
by several young Americans of Mala-
bang to write you these lines, request-
Iag you to aid us in finding some good
American girls, who are looking for
husbands and would like to live in the
There are lots of young men over
here in good circumstances simply
pining away for the love of a good
woman from the dear old United
States. I can account for at least 20
young men besides myself who would
be grateful to you if you could aid us.
I am located on a plantation, have
lmW acres of hemp. cocoanuts and
rubber under cultivation and have a
good Income. I am in a position to
care for a wife in every way. Have a
large home with all conveniences, and
life over here'is fine in the land of
everlasting sun and summer. I am
sure any good woman would be well
satisfied over here. Geo. P. Grey.
RICH MEN'S GIFTS ARE POOR
beside this: '1 want to go on record
as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
as one of the greatest gifts that G-od
has made to woman." writes Mrs. 0.
Rhinevault, of Vestal Center, N. Y..
"I can never forget what it has done
for me." This glorious medicine gives
a woman buoyant spirits, vigor of
body and Jubilant health. It quickly
cures nervousness, sleeplessness, mel-
ancholy, headache, backache, fainting
and diszy spells:; soon builds up the
weak. ailing and sickly. Try them.
50c at all druggists.
An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that Is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
HAY FOR SALE
Good quality, put up in neat bales.
Also good pasturage for a few cattle.
Palmetto Park Farm. 'phone 27A. or
&. C. Chambliss, 'phone IS. 2td
If the Steries of the Extravagance of
the Island Government are
Anywhere Near True
Washington. June 9.-Reports r@-
cived at the state department from
Cuba are construed by officials as
.s-owing that in spite of the criticisms
of extravagance against the Cuban
government the administration of the
republic is preparing to make further
expenditures Instead of retrenching.
One official report to the department
contains the Information that the
president of Cuba has issued decrees
for the establishment of new Cuban
diplomatic missions to Italy, the Ar-
gentine Republic. Brazil. Chile, Nor--
way and Uruguay. The decree ade
ample provision for installing the new
legations and purchasing necessary
If is provided in the decrees also
that a vice consul shall be attached
to the legations at Rome, Buenos Ay-
res. Rio de Janeiro, Santiago de Chile,
Christians and Brsasels a first ecre-
tary at the legation In Paris, a second
secretary at the legation in Brussels.
and that here shall be second class
consulates at Gonalves, Haiti and at
Palmar, Grand Canary.
In addition to these things, the Cu-
ban president has recommended the
appropriation of $40.004 for the endow-
ment of a diplomatic mission to Cen-
tral America and South America. to be
headed by Gen. Loynax del Castillo. It
is announced that he will be accom-
panied by aides, secretaries and as-
sistants, and that the president's son
will go with him In a private capacity.
STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
by indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $200 worth of medicine in
vain, B. V. Ayscue. of Ingleside. N. C.,
at last used Dr. King's New Life PilL.,
and writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure constipation.- biliousness.
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-
MRS. ANNIS WILL MARRY
Wildow of Haines' Victim Will Not
Long Wear the Weeds
New York. June 9.-Mrs. W. B. An-
nis is to marry again. She announces
that as soon as her theatrical engae-
ments are at an end she will wed a
wealthy real estate broker of this
city. Mrs. Andf% is the widow of
William E. Annis. who was slain at the
Bayside Yacht Club house by Capt.
Peter Hains about eighteen months
HOUSES FOR RENT
Modern cottages, all conveniences,
well located and new. Apply to Joe-
eph Bell, at court house.
HOME FOR SALE CHEAP
Any one wishing a good home in
Ocala. with very large lot, on easy
terms and at a great bargain, apply
at once' to F. W. Ditto.
In Connection With the Hotel O0ee
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to
HOT AND COLD WATER
R ETTECH. m
C. J. PHILLIPS
Ca ttadaor sd smt1d30 .
Plans and Speclflcauons Furnished
12 0 South Thhrd St,
IclYER M uCKAY
Umi as I EmHalmIS
D. E. Melver Alfred B. Owes
Fiae Caskets aid Buria ibaes
All work done by licensed embalm-
ers and fully maranteed.
law rm be
A HURRY-UP MEDICINE %
Every houekeeper recoanism th
need of effective remedies to be used
ti esse-,le -wben e thing 1 mat
be done right away. Such a remedy
Is Perry Davis' Pataidner. for sprat
and bruises, for strained muscles and
for the aches and pains resulting from
blows and falls. Burns and cuts are
instantly relieved by It and helped to
healing. Its mission of mercy began
seventy years ago It Is used In all
countries and millions of bottles are
sold annually. There is but one Pala-
killer, Perry Davis'. Have you seen
the large new 25e. siae? 6
VETERANS AT MEMPHIS
Metropolis of the Volunteer State i
ExtenOding e Seerstern Heenp
tality to e Old Men in Gray
Memphis, Tenn. June --The Bijo
theater was crowded from pit to dome
when the nineteenth annual reunion
of United Confederate Veterans was
called to order at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning by Major General J. H. Me-
Dowell, comP -nding the Tennessee
division. Governor PAtmo w bl-
eomed the veterans to Tennessee, and
Mayor Malone spoke for the city of
Memphis. The third greeting was
extended by General George Gordon.
who spoke in behalf of the executive
The welcoming addresses were re-
sponded to by General Clement A.
Evans, the commander-l-ch ef of the
Confederate Veterans. General Evanis
appearance was the occasion of a
great demonstration, in which both
men and women Joined.
The roll call and adjour-oehik of
the usual committees cuuipletd the
work of the Initial session. At 2
o'clock the veterans assembled to lis-
ten to the annual oration, which was
delivered by General Theodore 8.
Garrett. of Norfolk, Va. General Gar-
rett's oration, which was an eloquent
and touching tribute to the men who
wore the gray. was followed by an
address delivered by Col. Lewis Gulon.
of New Orleans.
Memphis. Tenn, June S.-Probably
never has there been a Confederate
relnion at which the arrangements
have been so complete or details so
ably worked out. It is almost impos-
sible to walk through and depot in
Memphis without some courteous per-
son Inquiring, "Are you a visitor?" In-
formation bureaus abound and no ne
can complain of accou _odatk not
furnished. At a huge mess hall in a
main street a c, u.kuIau provided
meals three times a day for the old
boys in gray.
Handsomely gowned and dainty,
Southern matrons and maids superin-
tended the preparations of food as
well as serving it, and to see that the
more timid and helpless of the veter-
ans were not alighted. The town Is
a myriad of light and every resident
has constituted himself an informa-
tion reception committee to see that
every visitor is taken care of.
Fully nine eut at every ti eaqes e
rheumatism are simply inesdsmla
of the muscles, due to ooM or damp
or chronic rhpPt-tsam, neither ef
which require any Internal treatment.
All that Is needed to afford relief is
Ute free application of Chamberlans
Liniment and massing the afeetea
parts at each application. Ta is
disagreeable or unileasan about ths
liniment. The relief roma pain which
it affords is alone worth many thies
Its 0o0L Prie 26 centi, large smi
A MONUMENT TO LEE
Vicksburg, Miss., June $.-On June
11, the day following the close of the
United Confederate Veterans' reunion
at Memphis, many of the old soldiers
and other notables will assemble here
to attend the unveiling of a statute
to the late General Stephen Dill Lee,
who was commander-in-chlet of the
Confederate organiation at the time
of his death.
It was in the siege of Vicksburg
that General Lee won his spurs as a
dashing and Intrepid commander, and
the last years of his life were devoted
to the perfection of the great national
military park here.
A VITAL POINT
The most delicate part of a baby Is
Its bowels. Every ailment that it suf-
fers with attacks the bowels also en-
dangering in most cases the life of the
infant. McGee's Baby -lixr came
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
BATTLE QVER RFoiaRf'S BOOK
Leading Educater of Chicage Univer-
sity Styled ae an Undesirable
Chicago, June 9.-At a meeting yes-
terday of several hundred Baptist
preachers and church laymen, gath-
ered at a conference of the Baptist ex-
ecutive council, a motion was made
to expel from the Baptist ministry
Professor George B. Foster, of Cica-
go University. The Foster book, "The
Function of Religion." was denounced
as a bitter indictment of Christian re-
ligion before the bar of skepticism."
Professor A. K. Parker, of Chicago
University, prevented the eviction by
calling attention to the constitutional
provision preventing action without a
Rev. Mathews, in criticism of F*s-
ter's book. credited Footer with stat-
ing: That God did not make man In
His own Image: that we are not fal-
len angels, but developed animals.
Miracles always have a resource of ig-
norance and modern technic must take
the place of magic."
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the most PractiMIJowmb id, its 4W
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Up-Te-Dete. ofA ICloms ReeuMsbrautin Ciineidstk vwb -
Meals and Reessonablo Board to Woekty Doeb&Je
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OOALA uvuRn U&A& WSflNgOAY, JUNE 0. on
VSTA4 AM MUENg UNDERTAKING PHYSICIAN'S ANNOUNCEMENT
NI": -lI I ILM an i WaIi etwMoo es to announce to the people of Ocala and
Svicinity that I have opened an office
S h"m Mr. J. A.eema of Beleview. who as physician and surgeon in suite 22-
wo'rk Mt A t e amp dam ,ow S second floor Holder block. Ocala. Pla.
.e ggsaws 4 eed wasla ton todayand" a Shalln do a general practice. paying
a to a 8tar rerter detald special attention to obstetrics, diseases
the t lowllag that wii have more of women and children. Calls made
-- -hn p.Imd ntekes to the promptly niIt or day. Phone Nos..
S, oe S d the face wall fy M feet office. residence, 333; office hours,
-e, b.NXlTe with two wugs, &oe 120 feet 9 to 11:30 a. m., 1:30 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8
N g g a d the et e a tb n feet. Thep. am. Res pectfaly.
b e of the ewta eh i eliakm t P. E. MeClane. M. D.
IT0 ___ -i 14 feet and fee at the top, reinforc- F. K. a .
O. ff ,~ -f t a with -feet a t the top. ret.ore NotW-Shall devote the morning of-
; + _ M-. !^. x.^ _ m. -0 -. _~ a wt a board la=ng. The stow or
SNIgOW the b S the UMoca fswe- t xo tt the see hours of Tuesday and Friday of
BL Wad te fe a I 2 f t th The- bam teach week to free consultatioo to he
__ =ips"m em ewN WlD be W feet high with a race trough pow and ReaEyA
dt ew eam -.mm e a d . ..t m...e n WEATHER FORECAST
- 5wmI *. M3 soSWpemft good aleed boats to come to the Washingto, J ,how
So" -- "--- (mrM e m,_ ,n Waehngaton. June --Local show-
t. if -rsaw I itom e -a e s. -mployed and It will take a ar er t or a uy.
a-. I b f lie mk erb a, *t comieplte it. In their efforts In SILLED PAINTING
-- L s-- u-- --'um---- tig coffer dam In the rock bottom -
so -e as "9 s t th e they, o- what at first was deemed abr
IN- *^ TinW m at wl th fudwa I an prepared to take any Job of
S" big spring welling up, but later learn-
aft a AM ,WU =4d / o d, It wa a subterranean river, eo painting, o matter how large or how
m- ---- teMy Ja"dt shut up Its mouth and went small. or bow fine the work desired
Se o on with the wr They have their be. I have the material, brushes
9 1 alm electric light plant and the work and kno to paint aW do It
S, r Ia 1 -a Mi m s pos n night and da). The timber rightHo painted insideOand out
l dIs t4heda m bs ehed a"..n alongthe northhraining gilding ard oil finishing.
wIL m tw Eves I T b bank of the river and fto ver the varnishing and lettering and sign
S rmto wkn* i a pthe1 0d11 1 t brink of theda a nad om them h-1aufo le A eaeandskil guaranteed.
m direct on the ll carriage. The dam Write a ce d, care Camp Phosphate
mas EE U dam is estimated by Enginee rr Leon- Company. or leave word at the Star
f r H W aukeel w o h construct- ofie. W. F0 yaw, Ocala, la. tf
W. LM W. b rw r m t l tthis formidable work. that it willoRE X A L L
S1 'n way aer- supply seven wheels, each wheel rep-
to- mesa-- & 7 res a oetin f wh to wtswi M o w. e Look over our line of toilet prep-
Ut ,-L .Me m I pretn't only fve wheels will bel- aratons. We are quite proud of the
boftiwono hwhanhsstalled. The Camps will supply elec-
I' h ~ y h A Mr. win. M ey for an Wtown cor communl fine stock mPerfumes, powders and
Se' 6"3T t .- s m i Sedilst tao aoe tally soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
es g m a i M wM1 t- r nill supply Ocala with light arnd all s Conpay
S- ghr l s tae o Power needed for manufacturing pur- RA E
_h -.--. --t hereIN po e at a price that wI-largely pro-RANGE GROVE
Sin w vr T mote theC interests. The Camps FOR SALE OR RENT
2U havalde established a commissary for the
umoaIII aI stIn eI ar'e--Uweria e of their men. of whic W A five-acre orange grove, with
N deth- -,.m-a-. Mr.. C. R. ICoS m, ior merly of Vlr- splendid large trees, now filled with
-..e i 10swal w st fc pmnMr .C.Z. G.a..m ...merly of Vr" .fruit, located right at depot in the ilt-
ds.mI w Id i pate ad l inkI, but for a long time In the em- odlat ha o tn the l
II- I h ,h b i, 1lo of the portm is manager. It stie town of Eagle Lake. eight miles
Dm th ame Drla t which e In o te up on i aies stl Istn.erol tb n from Bartow and four miles from
....--- t- _. ---e put in the an thmne In ehotut l esarer thaine Winter Haven. Large house of 10 big
IM a4 / DIO t". ad quite aanyt e o ore O landcaresa rooms, suinttable for winter home of
l I-tsa th not e p oaee ine of goods that resold at reason boarding house and can be kept filled
wm lhv be. emplsd to r have be oer a. all the time. Family is scattered and
so N @m at umaneh waant, bad It do large built for the owners will ll very heap. Apply or
not boen k- th ot-d-'-"l o --his el ommodation of the men in charge
o mf-- t ea e at empl oyed on the work write M. B. 8tar office. Ocala. Fla.
S*ri- W!Ih g as n de the hotel In run by Mrs. Tooks ofOWNERS
t o mutd blus verhNo hadem e Dunnetlon. A spur runs to the dam ATTENTION PIANO OWNERS
---'- utIill----"-p from the Dunnellon and Hernando
The, Spr.Zr o i p t supp ta ideetsfor cMr. R. L. Reed has located in Ocala.
& a tat thin hcs, to -t i.o An and solicits a share of the piano tun-
h geW hnsti. t dte wa ev thus In s construct aros o Ing from those who desire expert
a a e te ing guaranteed to satisfy the most
venle.ce of the work on either side case fishing and high class tun-
LOW WiO an .d the transfer of suplies. Mr.pt ns
Nw ..*hem sI [We'eman said when completed It would fastdlou musicians. Twenty years'
S-." I M rNI wi Ino th p- he be biggest thing of Its kind in exrience with many of the larger
"gt i t *wet foot eitaag te n ori. music houses in the country. First
,.j a bathe wlvim enWta theb hoM tPGe class credentials. Leave orders at
Is. dom mday A mt te Conundrum: Why do customers ere Jewelry st e
In. W he IOcabpb him prefer trading on one side of Rhein- EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN
Sauer & s. st to the their? Be WANTED AT THE GLOBE
-m. t '-- "Peace li on one side and
wr o the other. Wanted, at once, an experienced
2%e foats whIB _r fteteaIhers are w I rhI drygoods saleswoman. Must know tht
Sthe lUigh..... t..he...IC hOOTHINGt business. Salary no object. Apply at
s1bse bl- Pyrt MIVIs. Lonne; IRONS ON TRIAL the GlObe. Ocala, Fla.
lU" PiI rmise m ei; t *r I will place an electric smoothing Colds that hang on weaken the coi-
mmtay. IJfg b-hvlf4% 1. th Me- L'ro yOn nyr borme on a few days' trial, stitutlon and develop into consum.-
B 8I mitil0" Dom MNorrfta upon request at my office, or by card tion. Foley's Honey and Tar cures
Ueb p 0 9 Ocgah- Uf P. or p hone. They re the the greatest persistent colds that refuse to yield to
.l t tl A IerUe thing In the bone, especially in other treatment. Do not experiment
tgHL. A.*. .I B.a I hS bot weather. Ounnet the cord with with untried remedies as delay n:ay
L Y. 2900 Dom meS of your I drops and In a few result in your cold settling on your
Galur:nftfT Allee t s the fron Is hot. No smoke lungs. gold by all druggists.
TqNL .WrUM" TI J AndeMgr or dirt and l'sat only whore it is
S IM ; Use ,bsy. Asatsy; MAW LM. I W. TUKER SALESMAN WANTED
S.. .v f the tachrs are ap- R E XA L L Traveling and resident salesman to
' Us-- I-cs . handle a fast selling, active and wide-
. .. -- p eprmn t ly demanded specialty. Very liberal
"5. c. Fil e~ uISim.t main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy, ufacturing Co. Richmond, Va.
31 u .-^'mm', ws In tWn ysot relIability, promptness and pure drugs
'u mid 8MO g**O WSO IpOYIae haVe made this department of our
fU, dIWMY.. The Wt Sad Ln buess oe of the largest In the
r:.. "*y "" a !I-tlawny. Send us your prescriptions. AIA
I / oi m alw Suer msl" whey THu OCALA WAGON WORKS Y-
SOfers Its ser vices and superior work- IM -91 Mnp 3^ t
^,, T," l oft the town fe the past manship In the art of painting vehl- -_
O+ Uk t9 W 0unwm- introduced Its specialty of painting aIt- Slmturs of t ^^Teg- ^U
b., U lai sin gsala. Ee e Ie-|moabiles. A sample of our wark can
y, m -Mr tai o iM t at the'he seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
basso of the bdri'e parents, Mr. -id Davis' auto. Give us a calL Three cents will fan you for ten
t n. GOs i g W. Nsrtis, Uh ReV. J. TH OCALA WAGON WORKS. hours. Get one of those 8-inch Wes-
Lb Ml- Io Ir-. n tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
,' t bids. W ll h the Moot ne at the drug store on the 1UM, R
^..* IeMM a ^t. b .Tb. best ima wfl b qmare. low KATaB
... ie, suare.a
,.' MWl OII narood.l-aSnd I Many of our citizens are drifting to- BABOARD AER SNE
If llofi t. q A large wards Brights disease by nele-ting -- /
WSO.1UU< beam mrs. symptoms of kidney and bladder $17^5, Asheville, N. C., and return,
S"- ... "_ trouble which Foley's Kidney It-me gy account International Convention
govenor will quickly cure. Sold by all drug- Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on
t' d' d mU MiW Ktr ed to git. sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
hE ~nois in rl s N. .Y. 8he June 25, 1909.
l bh0000 AO Mi-t MMrS_ We have a moat exqu.ste line of-*14B, Atlanta, Ga., anl return, ac-
= CO.. inA. d a tncy Imported chlna In many dif- count American Association of
Is ttnIa was a w y St- at pieces. Tha Anti-Monopoly Opticians. Tickets on sale June
6S01stl0s idy ad a social tE- Dr gstor. 19 and 20. Final limit June 26,
aris eW& th wheat hmet HL er hS 1909.
Sal i rttd. Anti-German-the Ideal disinfectant. 917.5, Ashetille, N. C., and return.
-': . ... ..- _The Court Pharmacy can supply you iacotint Dramatic Order Knights
U.L A L 1. Istowt r@01hitl this elegant preparation when In of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
SE' trip loIP* ent-y, wiers e Rned. Tickets on sale July 8, 9. 10. and
b o aS a a let e timbr mads. He 11. Fiaa limit July 26, 1909.
o d h. lkodl 0ood4, 40 601"y We do not know of any other pill $81.5-Memphis, l 'enn., and return,
Sa" N ." WIf b" m' Ic BW that Is as good as DeWitt's LUttle account Interstate Cotton Seed
M. i wr S* il WM be y a.ly.Risers. tsthe famous little liver Crosher Associatlon. Tickets on
O Ud: n desert of Polk on .ma gentle, pleasant and sre e May l1. 17 and 18. Final limit
e-- lMulbori Dpills with a reputation. Sold by all May 22. 190
IS? ----- e -- .*---- IhmPite drumsts 5JMO-4Denver, Colo. and return, ac-
lr g ouf t f -'>s.-Winter '. count General Assembly Presbyter-
S. b 1e sfy R. C. Dv I C lan church of U. S. of America.
A thia ed a ba graves so R sLC. DavnI & Co, of Jee ksonville, Tickets on sale May 16. 17. 18 and
*" th S~ & bak & gd o wll sell aw Imake of second-hand 19 aal limit toreach original
a 10 d 6g the n tsla, dI* bb Iead, typewriter upon easy terms If desired. tart poinal limit October 3L
'A U She ^ eeInmkinghis 5ord o s* 4 w ill creany c se -Savannah. Ga, and return, ac-
.E "' Zi. I al? m_ _s_ ouno s wml are any c ~~e ount General asemby Presbyter-
mk aI ra gsold H Plk at Chl s and aver. Price 2c. Ian church In united States. Tick-
1, A n "a"I a n1t Ib -e --M ets on sale May 17. 18 and 19. Final
., _,h *limit June 2. 199.
".8- -f rai m m am 5 -Nashville, Tenn., and return,
"a I d i at account Annual Session Sunday
IB-& i *J JMl .. |BSchool Congress and Young Peo-
TNEh asti at*fTH AIR DOMEs" e, Tenn'
":'; .1. S SS rles Chautauqua. Tickets on sale
a- m2, \ June 7. S and 9. FInal limit 15 days
I4 r molds h Ifrom but not Including date of sale.
S Vi PiS .lB-Tuscaloosa. Ala .. and return
Sme. bninl g P,, ,c Z1 tU es -account summer school for teachers
CL. A. dh tleVie"w VrmI nUlniversity of Alaba. Tickets on
: e B --. C LUO sale June 8. 9 12. 14, 19, 21, July
fI el terI Zla adeda a I and 5th. Final limit 15 days
i--n --a -- eS md. ** from date of sale. but by deposit-
000D TO GAINESVILLE
Ceest n Le. is ving th University
City A It asks For
Commencing next Monday. Gaines-
ville will be placed on the best sched-
ul she has ever enjoyed from all see- .aI II
tions'of/the county, and the board of
trade and the merchants should feel'
feel highly elated upon having scored
The Citra train. which is run from
Citra to High Springs. will hereafter F
be run from Wilcox through here. and
the early train from Ocala will be run
via Micanopy, in fact nearly every-i
thing that was asked for by the board -
of trade has been granted. I W e a "I tfm t
The train from the western part of: W ea v fo t
the county will leave there early in' 2 _ .6. ....t 1
the iorning and arrive in Gainsviile 2, to0 0 6 a m 3
about 6:30 a. m.. making the trip on _
to (itra. Returning, it will pass here So ni o Of theIme ti
at 6 a. m. for its western terminus. -- -
The Ocala train will arrive about j- .. .. _
its usual time but will run via Mica- JUSt On tlC OGAS-atW
nopy. giving the citizens of that place i
a chance to visit Gainesville without, WN e ant f if to Seu
having to take the long drive long drive to Evin-
The schedule for the new service rn^i i Il l I
lias not been reived,. but Superin- !!!llirI I H
tendent McArthur. who has worked ll \ I
hard to assist the citizens in securing | |I I
the change, states that the order has PRIfCES IV R IU
been confirmed and the schedule will
go into effect next Monday.-Galncs-
vile Sun. These tracts cai
STRAYED OR STOLEN;
truck farms. etc*
RJ ~ A' .V~
e sitratsan f
f the fiad fa.
tbes and doae 4alfr
a be md fof maual
We will' ad voa
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD --. t -.'
Between April 10 and 15 the follow- mo tI 0 as 00 as t3 r ao is" paid .
ing cattle disappeared from my prem-
ises at Cornell: One old cow. red dun OCsin by O wDU : ' ''
color, marked swallow fork in one ear ,
split in other ear: one black heifer.
same marks as cow: one Jersey color- U V
ed heifer, same marks as cow; two T nine IMY LAXI S f I H I
heifers, full-blooded Jersey. one mark- I I II I Y lILA I T.i r
ed. one smooth crop. split and under- .
bit in each ear, branded A. M.: the '
other heifer unbranded. Will pay $5 naftuet and it will p ay to tae advata
reward for information as to their p
whereabouts. Apply to L Ballard:ONCE. We sell .tem at pa- pr a4 .a -
Cornell. Fla. 2tdw O Cw tme vvm Altonas&*I-
Meet me at the drug store on the the refoe they ae boud to g a ot. D.. St yw
quar to show these tracts to you o give any la foi ti
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING Oe o te m ai i .
How is that. This is not an auto- -l-i--, Of .--- -www I .
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 onUnless these tracks wre sold i.LTEN DAYS Ie t*1 ilcmfr
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-..
trical supply man.
INVESTIG.AT AT OrCA r ri ra
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA j." U 'U 4 |U
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$17.-5-Asheville. N. C., July 13, 14i
and 15. Limit July 31. I
$17.5---Asheville, N. C., June 17, 18.!
Limit June 25. Stopovers allowed.
$1425 Atlanta, Ga., June 19, 20. Limit
June 25. ,Stopovers allowed. ; .i
Limit 15 days. Extensrbn to Septem- "utT '-sIirt
12t0-thens, Ga.,June 82 TIFTON2 GEORGIA. Wl. GIDPENS, Pcui 1
her 30. Stopovers.m-ITGRi
$1&25-Knoxville, Tenn., June 20. 21.
22. 26. 27. Limit 15 days. Exten- .B+,
sion to September 30. Stopovers.
27.25-Louisville, Ky.. June 5. 6, 7.
Limit June17. Extension to June
30. Stopovers. "
$UAk-Nashlville. Tenn.,. June ,, 7. l8.
14. 15. 16. 28. 2 9 30. Limit 15 days. i r
Extension to September 30. Stop-
overs. M ar ,o',
$1625-Memphia r enn.. June 5. 6. 7.
Limit June 14. Extension to July 1. OCA A LORI DA --
$1525--Tuscaloosa Ala.. June S. 9. 12..
14. Limit 15 days. Extension to! CARRY AT ALL TIMES A COMPL I3 ,, STOCK 0 -
Weptember 30. Stopovers. .-
583.90-4104.65-Los Angeles and San
Frncisco. on sale various dates. b oorsmn UN KS -
Limit October 31. Variable routesiT-"ii 4 -
and stopovers. 1-
$95A40-Seattle. Washington. Variable J IL ,JU. nI I' .
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
bpr 31. ITIA@ VTnwwi=nhan -
$1&7-ontagle and Sewannee,, Vi.aAIdef, CarpW .
Tenn., July 1. 10. 17. 23. 24. 30. Au- I IL I/At I" +. I A, n '-
Stopovert talloweb Saw Mill Phosphate and Turpentie
For f'rthir Information call on r -.- '. .'- n
write. uber C.Pus, R ol s, A.flJ.itulO g. Cs., P.ti G i &I
Planks Chill Tonic, guaranteed to! . st *. ", '- '..
cure chills and fever. 25 cents. CaiT LBB~lWII.I
S.t.,. .rate agents for and In FW
FOR ALE-At Fort ::u cCoy forty' nnnm pne Enflne of the Intfiln ii~rfcnsD1 4'
acres of the best strawberry and let-and Gasolene E gines of the
tuce land in Marion county, situated a < ek tr l
mile and a half from the Rentz rail- Com panJ y.
road. This land contains 25 acres of r a e r c- a n ,W" -'- ., ,
good cypress timber suitable for cross- anmdi ai KI ilWO d Jl d 44f -.
ties, electric light poles, telegraph'
poles and shingle timber. A safe In- y (1 AR Kf bN f' i U 7 'P-
vstment to buy and hold. Will in-CL U. Ge aal M
crease 25 per cent In value annually. j wV '.a.
Excuse for selling, need money. W. I
H. McConn, Ocala, Fla. R- EA'LNP A f
.._- _ FOR HEALTH AND PL SAsRE n, .
Foley's Honey and Tar Is especially HOUSE FOR RENT Se re;t
recommended for chronic throat and A new seven-roomn house for rent. "'' ua h I,'u' ."* l i
lung troubles and man.: sufferers frm.n ", fn ,ugherty street. Apply to A. G. HA whi U t
bronchitis, asthma and consumption Gates. 1uJ mU UUI EU I 0:I'..i
have found comfort and relief, by us- A r "L th Sk WAYNMVILLE. ui -
Ing Foley'st Hony and Tar. Sold by' oT l w .ir on the Sothern always, one hon Aib l Ca ty .,'
Sd 1 No conmmoptve. Hot and Cold ulp lur Bath, MaS. B.W -a" .
For Sale--for 18S pt rash sh ipecial attention to mountain parties. peca party and it . M
to five purchasers only. and no more. Next regular monthly meting will uno ._nom.. C. OA
one of the best and most durable b' held Friday evening. June 11, at worth Inn, Aheville.)
makes of pianos that is sold. a sample 7:30 o'clock in Yonge's HalL V Istes
proposition. The cash to accompany sovereigns are always wdeCO '
the order. Don't miss this as th!s M.. Utter. C. ,
piano would sell ordinarily for $375 Chas. K. Sage. Clerk. .-- i '
and upwards. Also a few organs at 4O 6 f I -- "I -
bargain prices. R. L. Reed, piano :C"A A'-l E "" !-' '
-salesmanOcala, CN W Bl. nl $A LA
Everyone would be benefited by '
taking Foley's Orino Laxative for con- Meets every first and
stipation, stomach and liver trouble,. bird Wednesday even-
as it sweetens the stomach and ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren
breath, gently stimulates the liver always welcome.
and regulates the bowels and is much P. W. Ditto, President
superior to pills and ordinary laxa- w. C. Moore, Seeretary.
ties. Why not try Foley's Orino Lax-
ative today? Sold by all druggists.
THE "MERRY WIDOW" FOR SALE 1 Conventions held every Moa.
--- I day evening in Castle A
On account of the fact that I am over peses store. A cor
building a speed launch for use on the welcome to visiting knights.
springs, I will sll the launch "Merry Sidney Halle, C. C.
Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to me c han. K. Sage. i of R. and S.
or to I. D. Mathews, at the laundry. ..
5-4-tf Frank Mathews, City. I 0. F.
There are many imitations of De- Tulula Lodge. No. 22
WiItt's 'narbniuaed Witc u,.l Gr.I Rc d m. n-n-Vm .-
...- - -. -
C. Corp Wuisky C. Gem Wbko I
Ikie iWb Are FM 32U bmok Id, -ft-
fk Qur=I Cubmew ft. m'WqI.1 '.
XRES-S PRPAID 1IN M")ow.'
, +i -
OCALA EvNINo STAR, WEDNEMAY, JUmft S -
* *~ 4 .-
WUNI 1I 5115?
WeseS FU E I
"I i'LTY 'COIlilY
AL UIWOK mq
IL MONMNIN. fteslit.
ire L.0. DOOVZR, Aged. Momo
M .. EUCH. Teer.
THE BEPOSITORS IN THIS BANK
SAn the aet Maes, the profelosal and seeomnl men and women of
h city, the farme of the wrroandIng territory.
We a*e dat aII alM Our customers represent the m sand
wom rhlo have lilt h a4 are smi binding suceemful uterprises.
-WeO midt a share of your busleen.
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TO FIT ANY RIMS
*-on- CuLNCHn *.I.CUNCE R -
WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FISK TIRES, AS
'PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICES.
OCALA IRON WORKS. OCALA, FLAU.
6L(6. FURL nmn S6mamok cm med
N AIIiMit MRS. MARY A. EAGLETON
Mrs. Mary A. Bsgteto.. widow of the
late James M. agleton. died at tde
family home In Pottstown, Pa- at 6
Red Men meet tomorrow night. o'clock this morning. Mrs. mgleto
and daughter. Miss Margaret her-
WooPdmen meet iday evening, ton. moved from Ocala to taheietr -
mer home in Pottstown only about
R E X A L L three months ago. Mr. agleton had
been in falling health for some time.
Meet me at the drug store on the among other complications having
square. hw-art trouble at times and It Is SUp-
posed one of these spells caused her
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to death. She. will be bulled at Pott.
cure chills and fever. 25cents ow. town. in the family burial ground
There are now sea lying of the
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit- children only Miss Margaret. Dr. &I P.
tie Bonanza. Eagleton. the only son, having died ia
this city about 10 years ag
There were 28 arrivals at the Men- Mrs. lagleton wasi, c years of age.
tesuma yesterday. Her family name was Potts and the
family founded the city of Pottstown.
5 or I dowes "V wml cure any cm The family moved to Pennsylvaala
of Chills and FPevr. Price l5c. from England long before the revo-
lutionary war and were the first to
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit- engage in the manufacture of iron in
tie Bonanza. this country.
DJ. and Mrs. Eagleton and their
REXALL children moved to Lake Weir and
built a fine home. which was destroy-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crompton and ed by fire some years ago. in 173.
Mr. B. C. Carr of Port Inglis. were. Later they moved back to Pottstown.
guests of the Ocala House yesterday. and returned to Florida and Ocals In
The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and Invites
Mr. P. H. Hill, of Port McCoy, is at
the hospital for treatment. It is fear-
ed he has appendicitis.
Mr. Geo. A. Nash lolned her husband
this morning at Black Point where
Major Nash is with his regiment.
Messrs. Aiken and Durand went up
to Melntosh this afternoon to do a
tbg job of plumbing for Mr. Gist.
cle hawv the nicest line of
brutshes, combs and other toilet
cles in the city. Tydings & Co.
Mr. Ben Rhelnauer has been on the
sick list since Saturday. He is great-'
ly missed at the store.
Have you seen the new vl.-ible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.
Mrs. Lummus. mother of Mr. S. M.
14ummus. left for Miami this afternoon
to visit relatives.
Mr. J. R. Moorhead went down to
Holder this afternoon to do some sur-
Mrs. Henry Livingston. who has
been visiting her sister in Albany. Ga..
has returned home.
R. L? Martin. the Lake Weir sand
-man, was in town today and said the
"sand do nove.'
Miss Pauline Peace came down
from Micanopy today, to attend the
wedding of Miss Martin.
Miss Annie May Close has come up
from Tampa to spend the summer
with her mother, Mrs. George Close.
Messrs. Clarence and Jack Camp
and their families went down to Crys-
tal River this afternoon to enjoy an
outing on their houseboat
"rne candles, fresh stock cehles-
singer's best. in pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news' and fruit
The depot for the exchange of con-
victs his been changed from Dun-
nellon to Holder. Mr. Brigance took
down a lot this afternoon.
Mr. J. D. Odom, manager for the
Gaiter turpentine location of Home,
Norman & Cd., was in town yesterday
and a guest of the Montezuma.
Mrs. M. C. Looney and son. George.
are in Jacksonville to witness Ithe
marriage of Mrs. Looney's brother.
Mr. Julien' H. Nelson.
C. H. McAllister of Irvine and B.
D. Sturk, a turpentine operator at
Dade City, were guests of the Ocala
House last night.
Mr. W. H. Wilson of Tampa and his
best man. Mr. R. D. Rolofson, of Jack-
sonville. chief clerk In Mr. Boylston's
office, are guests of the Ocala House.
J. E. Branch. a prosperous cattle
man. melon grower and farmer of
Summerfleld, was in town yesterday
and a guest of the Montezuma.
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city then we
carry. Come in and look it over it
you want something really nice. Ty-
dinqs & Co.
Mrs. Bertha Varn of OBrien. with
bher maid, was in town yesterday to
consult Dr. D. M. Boney. They regis-
tered at the Montexuma.
S TYour prescriptions, when left at the
t Court Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us:
.we'll call for and deliver your pre-
Mr. D. E. Martin. internal revenue
officer, with headquarters at Gaines-
ville was in town today to see the
dealers kept straight with the law.
A M I t Davis & co., of Jacksonville,
i~~ose& I handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
lAt-em II each; 37.50 per dose.
r Mr. Q. I. Roberts, head of the Cobb
Bim i-dll*m Loan Company, in this city. wai mar-
iB ried Sunday in Palatka to Miss Ethel
A Arrant. a very prepossessing young
dry lady of that city. Both th ese estima-
ble young people grew up in Palatka
and knew each other from Infancy.
.lm ee The Star wishes the couple a useful
WILL BUILD A FINE BLOCK
The Messrs. Carmichael & Son Co.
will shortly commence work on their
new building on the site of the present
wooden structure, at the Seaboard de-
The new building winl be two and
probably three stories high, about
100x100 feet square. covering the en-
tire corner lot owned by the company.
It will be the best constructed in
many respects of any building in the
city. with the exception of the gov-
ernment building. There will not be
an ounce of wood in the structure or
any other inflammable material, and
it will be absolutely fire proof. The
walls will be of brick or concrete.
both first andesecond floors will be of
concrete and the roof will be support-
ed on steel and be covered with tile
Ample elevators will be provided. A
driveway will be. arranged for on the
first floor so that wagons can drive in
to load and unload, turn and come
out, and save a great deal of time.
The lighting, plumbing and heating
and ventilating arrangement will be
the very latest and the furniture and
interior arrangements will be in keep-
ing with the building.
Among the other savings and econ-
omies the firm will then carry Its own
insurance, a saving of about $1,81 an-
The building will be built around
and over the present one, without dis-
turbing the business during the coarse
of its construction.
Mr. Carmichael said If the county
ever goes dry there will be ample use
for the building and It will be a good
investment then, as well as now.
A BASEBALL TOUR
The Ocala baseball nine w"l leave
Ocala next Sunday, June 13h,. for
Sanford, where they will play a series
of games with the Celery City's tlne.
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
June 14, 15 and 16 these games will
be played in Sanford. From there
they will go to Orlando, where they
will play a series of games on Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, June 17, 1<
and 19th. Any one wishing to accom-
Iainy the boys is welcome to go and
a rate of two cents a mile for each
mile traveled will be granted them by
the railroads. The boys are expecting
a fine time out of this tour and hope to
drop a few shekles into the assoela-
tion's strong box.
DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY
The regular monthly meeting of
Dickison Chapter. U. D. C, will be
held at the residence of Mrs. Ed Car-
michael at 3:30 Friday afternoon.
Mrs. A. A. Winer, Secretary.
There will be a meeting of Ocala
Aerie No. 1814, of the Fraternal Order
of Eagles at their hall 8.15 p. m. All
members are requested to be present.
P. W. Ditto, W. P.
CARD OF THANKS
We. the bereaved parents, wish to
thank our friends for their kindnss
shown during the illness and death of
our baby boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moxley.
NORMAL BIBLE STUDY
The lecture at the Christian church
tomorrow afternoon will begin with
the beginning of the third year of
Christ's ministry. Everybody wel-
Miss Beatrice Sinlair. t e popular
and capable stenographer for the rail-
road commission in Tallahassee, is in
Ocala for a few weeks' visit with her
mother, brother and sister.
Miss Eloise Miller entertained, a
number of her friends with a card
party yesterday. Miss Doziler and Mrs.
Arthur Clark proved the best players
and to them were given the prises.
W. R. Blair, the boss logger for the
McGehee Lumber Co., Levon, was in
town today and reports the mill run-
ning full time. He said the melon
growers down his wyay struck a bad
streak. a kind of rust having killed
the leaves on the vines and caused
the melons to cease growing; result,
no melons large enough to ship.
Messrs. W. H. Coleman. L. E. Tonce,
W. P. Marlow and J. P. Trantham
took the third degree in Odd Fellow-
ship at the meeting of Tululs Lodge
Mr. R. A. Detterich and family re-
moved yesterday from the first ward
They are handed dwn from parent
to child, id Ithere is a defect In a
parents es It Ia more than likely to
be found In the eyes of the child ads.
Red lids, styes, or Itohing burnnaf
muscular troubles that-an be over-
seme by using proper glasses.
DR. D. M. BONY.
Ofce Hours: 9 to 12 a.m. ad
1:$0 to 4:30 p. nw. Optical ooe
and laboratory, room 9 ad 4 Gay
Or SVJCAN USWI
The only way to do a thig
Is to arise and do It
To try yer best to beat yourself
By half a Minute to It.
' lome folks may know another way,
A bort cut, old sand harry.
But wmhen It cemes to shew remit.-
Well that's a dlUent stery.
By mltti in your easy chair,
Your test pa the table,
And readtg in a fairy book
n sweet mand thrill fatMle
You'U never got within a mle.
In happy dreamdand dweUlL
Of anything at spel results
In true and lfeMke spelang.
Get up and get Dowt sit arun,
Your teat cocked at an angie.
or that will never In the w
Unravel any taage.
Be Johnny on te through press,
Down grade, wth psul AYIN
The throttle ope mand theim wort
OC ase nd sloth during.
Dont put ft Ito a ay r tWe
Or even till tomorrow.
That is the way to pile up werk
AndM ttue trouble berw.
Bay to your easy chair "Good "
Shake some matcing rover,
Get busy aad you'll be surprise
How soon t will be over.
OSS reaM LAST ACT]
The less a woman claims to care
about dress the er t takes her to
complete the op n f ado rng
"Doctor, what can you do for my
"Your daughter is taking lsem In
a cooking school, I believer
"You had better hire a family or
her to experlmet mo."
I hate coneit on a Msn."
"Well, I never did like to me a idy-
I 'om see&adSrm
we mSeE m- a gy Tamn
Vupw Tina we Away Ift Sm..r
L FUNIK, UNA03
FOR THE BABY SHOW
The Kla's Daughters will give a
baby show at the anoryM atumday
afternoon from 4 to & Every mother
in town who has a baby is Invited to
bring It to the show. No entrance fee.
There will be -i given Or babi
ona year and under: ome to three
years; three yars to ive yearsm; tor
boy babies. girl babies and for twinat
Votes will be sold at 6 cents each. It
is the desire of the King's Dwaghtmrs
that mothers dress their babIes plaln-
ly. Looks and not clothes amr to
count hI thu countat. The judes
will be strangers. As the Klan's
Daughters seldom come before the
public and their treasury Is rundag
low. It is hoped the public will be
generous and give them a good audi-
ence. Admission to the show, 1I
The Star regrets to hear of the ltl-
neas of Mrs. Iaurie T. Islar. which
has presented her frem visiting her
old home In Blackville. ).. C., where
she will go as soon as she recovers
Mr. W. B. Dor-many is here frot
Plant City to Join his wife to witness
the marriage of their brother, Mr. W.
H. Wilson to Miss Jesslu Martin. Mr.
and Mrs. Dormany are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. orge Taylor.
Rev. R. I. Bar-Mt some to ea-
terprise to Inspect the orphan's homt
under the care of the M. thaure
and Mr. Phillips wi lead the pray
She is a good cook who esa tefih
both the dinner atd the app"tle.
elanmo ama w bl ab MA dawm *
to be mixed. He el amt d baum.
she has lft him a glad abe ame h
cha*a af gamblIg igenMeraly
merely a martin C wp~laL
Any way Is good that bri11the-'
sired results and bad that i ntNf-
Its us*es but
fer to e ly
quatlM t at
pm yen wa
you eal he t
service to tem
Bo people are as very dIly I
posed upon when there is a good sl-
ay attachedto the coodAihnM
some times it seems that th in
not -Much Is the dactaes f trm ad
daim to have beim strivig at *emb
elsetim to elect ae lebt Od to
sek and-but why posesed?
Rbeft in merely beng pawi
It Wil be smamtlay i dval ow
- 1..-a -hu- A o
THEY PIT-THELiftSL R 1410
Ines amd awbq% mu.3 .
sndeetimte m s-w*-
Yom eomm h~be w ow5w%1 4
smalts At t U.
*I= Itsnalmi- e S
minm eer'tMRYO! th -
poshatbeok anw f i
wo be@"& ed amd -Aq*in
"k~ Imi at amt ham
HOoME FO SALE CHEAP
ANY Ow 0 Id ba a ONOaMs ft
Oeawn wit wry 104 48l@or
term ndat a Ws~ai
at once to .W..;r*
FANCY CRACKERS IN
CARTOONS AND TINS
*** cecmeeccc >
WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES.
REPAIRING AND TItE
do S to W tfNbiOw h-
m aHB -uyE
ItC i0 preiiant aDrL. T. -
o Talma s ma M, M lLmn iL. e Mi
aa .ew fidJW mt&
the State DeMa Sidety w he
remis. w th ebhp beat
Mams. Te e wi he urn
oclet y a Dr. C- L. RIema, Tlm
Pt dent; Dr. I& r. al, oae.t
Srst vWio reim tit Dr. It.' OalWm
ms. Plaint t.hametd.vetlm indik
Dr. DoierLaute.Sfmss oft at
merdlgi aberstary: DL C. r Dr L -
These gatwherbb tw OI 5am W 3w & Si
topeat bIn our dty abet al a-
who will len digalrit aM Wet M W
to any dlty--he very best of t eoM d-
worhip trob the ditwiat Parts of the
state. They win m sigle artnd onaMNe
W68 and knewegabe m f h-
provemstes I. the opre-teaM
measures for the fat the pbie.
through their preatoaaL.
The Florlda state Beard 49 D-na1
Euminers will hold a Mietln i tn
city bLglnaiag next Monday or w
purpose of passing ens the quofl~in-
tions f thos desiring to en e ta
the practice of dentistry In thi stte.
The &w*9-Atl-- will be coaduated
from both theoretical and preel
standpoints, the theoretical elasas-
tion being written and the practical
consisting of'actual work done at the
chair and in the laboaatosy.
Only gradates of reputable dental
colleges ae eligible for eminat l I
There will be between 25 andU ap-'
plicants before the oiard and eack ap-
plicant will be required to put in onme
gold and one amagam ltog. This
work will be done without cost to the
patient. Those who desire to a.l
themselves of this oppeartunl wll
please ask for Dr. Chaee at the Ofla -
House oan Tuesday at 2 p. m.
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OCALA KEVUWIG STARv WEDNESDAY. JUNK 9. n
hI~~I~uIF.bhwkhi&a CAmo~l'TOP ioi- hdhg lon
ad n bee w comkhu Abe. banm~el dap ~
W&111$ dwr-- h e w atosmksA vd d omfu
dupd~and -siosaMleis thu
dim-wiha i ifthou Cabinet Top. If neg
-withyaw dsl do~win owr mslow g"Mc
Limb Jat So& a
Me 5W amp as
*biodmmp rca m I igkrn-ngb
Uway mo wIf SetW&h your dsa@64ui
4Swon M sat 9s o
.7 raw ow in 16 t -' ums
I11 am i adie pmlmna
Uat wem f a
.whim wrndas mad
st. rttrya New
Naifedam Wck iMw
Flu..O nC ook-tSomm
MI @6 ahow tdim
Uove does awny with
dam wh coo in mS. wa
L Oppose we put the Inventory on
the floor and walk over it. That will
enable me to report to Mrs. Rkldleton
that we have "gone over it.' We can
then alL don and spend the time from
now till S in a quiet chat."
Belle was so full of autonishmunt,
not to say contempt, for this method
tf evading a duty that she could not
and words for some time. Then she
"You an so clever at inventing sub-
terafues perhaps you can invent some
way to let me out of this business. It
asked about the matter 1 shall tell the
truth, you may be sure of that."
"You will not be asked about it, for
It'shallU ease to exist." He threw the
Inventory Into a fire burning on the
"Upon my word) Did ever any one
see such Impudence in an"-
"Where are the leases?
"Here on the desk. Father has
signed them. The tenant is to sign
and forward them."
He went to the desk, took up one of
two leases and wrote opposite the seal
"Walter B Riddleton."
Belle looked at It, then at him, a ray
to light breaking upon her brain.
"Is it you or I," she said presently,
"that has been making a"-
"No fool killer required in this In-
stance, I assure you. I am the lessee.
My mother simply lives with me. You
were In a hurry and didn't give me
.A &- &21 -& T --
Ple ent. Palatab!-. Pot=t Taete 'ned TOn God.
Never Sic-ien, W,-.en or Grip.-. I -. ..- 3W-. NvefW
sold In btrk. The ,.znune t.*l t u. n1:.ped CUC.
uaraoted to enre or ynor niney b,' ..
Sterling Remedy Co., CicaLL or NV. 6ES
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
tAI!LL CURE YOU
of any case of Kidney 0o
Bladder disease that is not
* p .
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* WAT CANE WO A MURT *
By LEAH INGERSOLL.
[Cpyrght IlM by American Press Asso-
The Chamb4 oins, desiring to spend
a lgesr esssen than usual in the coun-
try on account of Mrs. Chamberlain's
health, had decided to rent their town
hios furnished. The tenants, whom
the agent reported to be an old couple,
demanded that there be an inventory,
stipulating that they would send a
man to compare it with the articles be-
fore it was signed. Mrs. Chamberlain.
being an Invalid, was hurried off by
her physcian, leaving her daughter.
Belle, to turn over the premises and
take a later train. The tenants had
agreed to send a man to make the com-
parison at 11 'clock. At 12 he had
not appeared. Belle, desiring to leave
the city at 4. became impatient Just
as she was about to telephone to the
agent an Inquiry as to the delay there
was a ring at the belL She opened
the door, and there stood a young man.
He was about to may something when
she forestalled him:
"You're late. There is two hours'
week to do. I must leave here at 3."
She led the way into the library, took
a document from a desk and contin-.
"Hei's the inventory and here's a
pencil. As I point out the articles
check them. We'll begin with the
The man took what she offered him
and followed her. One In the draw-
ing room she began to call off'in a
amineslluke tone: "One rug 8x10. one
rug 2x4, one rug 6x5 one piano, one
sofa," and so on till she had enumer-
ated every article in the room. Then
she started for the next apartment.
Before beginning the checking again
the young man slid:
"Have you ever attended a business
"No. Why do you askyr
"I never knew a girl so business-
"One easy chair, one lounge, one ma-
b gany des"-
"I beg pardon! Are you sure that
desk Is mahogany? he asked.
"Of course I am."
"I did not understand that the ma-
terial la the articles was to be spel--
fed. Suppose I were to certify that the
desk Is mahogany and It should turn
out to be black walnut?"
"Suppose the tenants," said Belle,
with an omluos flash in her eye.
"were to seed a dunce to compare the
"That depends upon what constl-
tatMe a dunce. My defnltion of dunce
s eme who certifies to that which he
"Do you mean to tell me that yoh
don't know mahogany from black wal-
"I questlot If I could tell mahogany
Belle was rapidly getting out of pa-
tiMnoe. She glanced at a clock on the
"Are you quite sure you could tell
the difference between a rose and a
"Quite sure. I would no more blun-
der between a thistle and a rose than
I would mistake myself for you."
Belle gave him another quick glance
-4 somewhat different one.
"Arxe you aware that I have Just so
much time and no more to get through
"The more reason why you should
mat sped it at such a ridiculous task."
"Well, up my word! Did Mr. and
Mrs. Riddleton send you here on this
business to spend your time criticising
"It is Mrs. Riddleton who has insist-
ed on this inventory. She is a nerv-
oua, fitfutl, fretful old woman."
Belle stood ready to burst with ir.-
rttatio and indignation.
"Well, I declare!" she saidkl. "What
aa I to dot An Inventory to be com-
pared, and the person sent to compare
it thinks he knows more about its
'lou wish to leave at & It is now
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS
The secretary left Interlachen April
19th. via Palatka. for the State Con-
vention convening in Tampa., and of
which a full account has already been
printed. Mrs. H. W. Bruce. State
Junior superintenhdnt was a!so en-
tertained at President Winnard's
manse, thus making the days pleasant
both in and between sesaons. The,
renewing of old friendships, making of
new ones. Dr Clark being with us,.
and the broadness of C'hristian fellow.-
ship manifested during this conven-i
tion now makes happy memories for!
"Secretary Grace. I
After the close of the convention a
week was spent in the pasonage of the
Unjin (Congregational Church in West!
Tampa. A typewriter ha1 been hired
and the first work of the new year
thus commenc.,I. Supt. S. V. Diliey.
of Avon Park. was engaged in holding
r-vival services in Rev. Ensminger's,
church, therefore a .casannt acquaint-
ance begun with this learned evan-1
gelist. Our first Sunday from homei
was in attendance at church twice.
Sunday School and ('hrltrian Endea-1
vnr in Mr. Ensminger's church, and in!
accompanying him to the mission',
Sunday School at Ybor City, where I
bright faced children sang and recited
in their own language the "Old. Old"
Story,' ever new to Christians of all
races and countries.
Leaving the good friends in West
Tampa. the next stop was with Chris-
tian church Endeavorers of Tampa, as
the guest of Mrs. Reams and Miss
Winnie Mix. at their hospitable home
on East Park street. May 2 was
spent in the home of that faithful
Junior worker. Mrs. Wilisky. Sunday
School. the morning communion ser-
vice. and Junior and Young People's
Endeavor meetings made a full. en-
joyable day. Christian Endeavor
waxes strong among these comrades.
Tuesday e-vening at the First Con-
gregational church the City Union
was reorganized, of which further
mention will be made in news arti-
Wednesday, ."th. by Sulphur Springs
car line and carriage the ten miles
t.ip was made to the United Breth-
ren Workers of Lake Magdalene.
Headquarters were in the home of 0.
W. Bearss. president of the Hillsbor-
ough and Manatee district, whose
wife has charge of the fine Junior
Society. of which we were glad to at-
tend a meeting. Three days passed
Tie story orfa Iedidne.
Its name-"Golden Medical Discovery*
was suggested by one of its most import-.
aut and valuable ingredients-Goldea
Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pierce dis.
covered that he could, by the use of pure,
triple-refined glycerine, aided by a cer-
tain degree of constantly maintained
heat and with the aid of apparatus and
appliances designed for that purpose, ex-
tract from our most valuable native me-
dicinal roots their curative properties
much better than by the use of alcohol,
so generally employed. So the now world-
famed "Golden Medical Discovery," for
the cure of weak stomach., ndigestion. or
ds~pepta. torpid liver, or biliousness and
kindred derngemnts was first made, as
It ever sin has lin,. without a particle
It Stin cnpoyp an immem fewie UKq h lipir|~
ienc the enfiez pndi br litbabs iijh^ JM
more heard of. Ther mat he f orlia
to be found in its Veror mis heaej
for imer and blood =0 0 its uF
has survived and nro 'an UM4hu
suddenly flashed nto favor fw a m d s
Por a t*PiV E rJ w t a t hr
it _bitter t a w of
It's an honest, sqmuremdl letdi.i uih at i hpi
no secret, no ho pocu hmbg, W e a
make a little bigger prok. M- urwgto M h -e -10y
Dr. P ierce's Fav~orite
,Expecting it to prove a "core&*' It eis y @ad hod ot
UmE tCam 8 W b ~
limE a udwew rlInses f Aft
imakso wher AIat" o~di- gs ea m
As an uiazigoradte aF.iugb~gmm tI
those who want "booxe," for thermutdtpdalbdm
Dr. Meus hti PON^ d 1Mma EMik.-w f
b the maktsimila, M Lmad wia m am m In ias ;. Zwuba-l
all too soon among these congenial
Saturday saw us in Tampa again
with old time friends. Mr. and Mrs.
-La P-notiere. where there was a bus-
iness consultation with Miss utNde
Lpnfisttey, the energetic district see-
For May 9th came the Sunday
School lesson in the fine Toung Peo-
ple's class of President Winnard's
church, followed by his sermon, prac-
tical and helpful. In the afternoon
again in the Tampa Heights Presby-
terian church, this time for our state
president's "very own" Junior society.
which could scarcely be exclled for
Bible training anywhere. In the even-
ing came the meeting of Congrega-
tional Endeavorers and an Inspiring
sermon by their pastor, Rev. P. W.
Sinks, anr Endeavor friend we value
Two days passed delightfully in the
luxurious home of Mr. and Mrs. Gea
Weeks, friends of passed-over days In
Polk and DeSoto district. A Ane Fx
machine added to our cowafort here on
The next stopping place was In the
suburb of Ybor City. at the home of
Miss Essie Glass. Though their Oak
Park society is suspended, the true'.
Endeavor spirit lives and such cor-
dial friends we seldom meet as In this
community. Rides through that novel
Ybor City were enjoyed.
The last night in Tampa was spent
in the home of the long known ex-of-
fleer, Mr. W. A. Heaton, and wife,
from where we turned northward on
Christian Endeavor is on the up-
grade in Hillsborough and Manatee
district and for the Tampa Local Un-
ion, State President Wlnnard is a
strong leader. For many courtesies
shows by our Endeavorers of this
southern district, and also bi the Al-
len Endeavor members when possi-
ble. do we say a grateful "Thank
You!" GRACE A TOWNSUND.
Jacksonville, Fla., June 7, 1M9.
There are many imItations of De-
Witt's Carbolized Witch Hasel Salve-
DeWitt's is the originaL Be sure youe
get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Basel
Salve when you ask for It. It Is good
for cuts, burns and bruises, and is 0s-
pecially good for piles. Sold by all
THE "MERRY WIDOW" FOR SALE
On account of the fmet 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-tg Frank Mathews, City.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$17.65-Asheville. N. C., July 1, 14
and 15. Limit July 31,
$17.65---Asheville. N. C.. June 17, 1s.
Limit June 25. Stopovers allowed.
$14.25-Atlanta. Ga.. June ItI, IJMit
June 25. Stopovers allowed.
$12.40-Athens, Ga., June 26. 27. 28.
Limit 15 days. Extension to Septem-
her 30. Stopovers.
$18.25-Knoxville, Tenn. June 2, 21,
22. 26. 27. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion to September 30. Stiputers.
$27.25-Louisville. Ky.. June 5, 6, 7.
Limit June 17. Extension to June
$)0-Nashville. Tenn., June 6, 7. 8,
14. 15. 16. 28. 29. 30. Limit 16 days.
Extension to September 30. Stop-
$1625-Memphis. Tenn, June 5, 4. 7.
Limit June 14. Extension to July 1.
$15.25-Tuscaloosa. Ala, June 8, 9. 12.
14. Limit 15 days. Extension to
,.ptember 30. Stopovers.
$83.90-4104.65-Los Angeles and San
-rancisco on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
$95.40-Seattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
$18.70-Monteagle and Sewanee,
Tenn.. July 1, 10. 17, 2. 24. 4., Au-
.,a.+ t I ma naA I hi.ntS Qaneha
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Thereais no way of makis,
Dr. Pierces modi"i1es wd
than two decades o popat li
sands 'They hae "made -go I
A good, ofwest aqumredal rn&a 4" Is
been compiled by Dr. ILR. V. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y., and will be mailed free to
any one asking same by postal card, or
letter addreaed to the Doctor as above.
From these endorsements, copied from
standard medical books of all the differ-
ent schools of practice, it will be found
that the Ingredients composing the"Gold-
en Medical Discovery" are advised not
, for the cure of the above mentioned
i but also for the cure of all ca-
t.arriial, bronchial and throat affections,
a&comnpained with catarrhal discharges,
hoarseness, sore throat, lingering, or
hang-on-coughs, and all those wasting
affections which, if not promptly and
properly treated are liable to terminate
la conumptiom. Take Dr. Pierce's Dis-
eovery in time and persevere in Its use
mutU you give It a faIr trial and it Is not
lkey to disappoint. Too much must not
as expected of it. It will not perform
ufraclet It will not cure consumption
its advanced stages. No medicine will.
wt cure the affections that Wad up to
oalMUptia s.itahdm 6 i&VA.
"I have wted yoar vlnuabl a Cpre andd udt
thob perfeet. Couldlp'U dio without them. I bhav
Ised th.m for .,m time for indage.4tLin and bl-
lubew and am now eimp'kely efird., ieoom-
mend them to everyone. (Once tried, you will
over be without thom in the family."
Ldward A. Mar. Albany. N.Y.
.7 ~ ,S
MANE II 1 3 s
Bottled aIn Bend
One Quart SLOO
Four Quarts $8.50
This In a choice, High Grade
Private Stock ye WMfey
and we IO r Gwe it to
be asgood any bottled in
bond whiskey on the market,
that is sold for $1.50 a quart.
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