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 10, 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 )
 Notes
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: VID03189
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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OCAIA. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE IO, IN..


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I tI I, M 1B
.1AMOND -
1 1 asrgie Paamwrs An fthe Atempt
CO I IT of a VerenMt Ma I to Oranmim


Ba&rrMVt., has been driven o the
slawe1 attempting to organize mes-
reese late a laher inio an a to Indufc
9W tu to rshte fer hWaher wages.
-'7 InneMilr Case to Georgia about six
Swemw ag mad begar to work In the
l Mo aral districts. He toMld the nearoes he
S*_represented a mortherm society which
S*V L wanted to better the condition of the
Segroes sad the way to do It was to
'form labor unions and strike on the
P lanters. He form several lodsal
soi sol-eeted a be o f $10from each.,
.L GROCERY "" ,"," "' "'''
106u K6 GRERY 't lNtndfy Mutler reaebd ftuft
CLARK When the planters earned what he
.Iwas dor aTn.y h'Ap rttim umu0 y
to IW101ledew "ad wag a*la meeh-
hL. -' .... to i a- w aaa c. -
AL ly treated by w ai dtes., who put
Shim om a trala a hadd Imo seeompa-
Sned r&om the state.
RM P. FULLER. ouMM Me wor

.wen located m Ad eAw. A A to Jan

0 1A ---DA ALONE IN A SAW
I CASH. MILL AT MIDNIGHT
S. unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
L || K L Lo cold, W. J. AtJkls worked as night
rtee,'<' watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
S.x aSu chexposure gave him a severe cold
that settled on his lungs. At last he
Sad to give up teek. He tried manyN
SI* rqeedles b t all tailed till he used Dr.
King's New Diseovery. "After using
iham 8ll*. one bottle." he writes, "I went beak to
S e be"s: to 12 a. a : 1 to work as well as ever." Severe colds,
stubbou cough, Inhhamed throats andt
sore lungs. hemorrmhagas, croup andj
T-Man CASL. whooping cough get quick relief abad
; .. .. ... 'prompt cure ro this glorious mdl-
e S J.E.CHACE karantoad by druglists.
DENTAL BURG~ EON N w'AT
S a Pds, umatra. June 10-News,
Ue* 10 d n 11 "n'hasM Jut reached here that irnchl,
-Mu4t MI'M, ihiadela ufetsmet on nU coast a 5 Imles
N O A a tEw sU.btterty. Iafa. y
2 CAS a by a tdal wave- asd eartbushe on
I a ______ J It'Is. it0 thatat least
-" people west w.
a 9T MEN PAST FIFrTY IN DANGER
M n Men past middle life have found
inmm s I NI MNAi comfortt B rehef in oley's Kidney
Remedy. especially from enlarged
prostate gland, which Is very com-
Oe _m l~ei er The MUSaro A mon among qderly men. L. E. Mor-
S.W....., tu .. risU Dexter, Ky., writes: "Up to a year
ago my father sufftered froer kidney
ftl-- 222; Rem o m and bladder trouble and several phy-
2; I sjans pronounced It enlargement of
1* the prostate gland and advised an .p-
Og a elsW-9- to 1S a. m.; 2 to 4 oration. On account of his ag- we
Sp. L.; T:30 to 8:3l p. were afraid he could not stand it and
I ren.cnona, ed oley's Kidney RRen-
edy, and the first bottle relieved him.
and after taking the second bottia he
was no lounfr troubled with this com--
.4* isCeBL& plaint." Sold by all druggists.
CfTUCDI hfl h ~SUICIDE AT BARTOW
PLANS ljAmISHid) Bartow. June 10.-F. P. Gatlln, who
ON APPLICATION is In the sewing machine business here
d mas an agent, committed sulielde at Lake
. 03 410CA.. .A. A NA .B oise yesterday by shooting himself
In the head with a pistol Despondency
over t Ill health of health f himself and his
E ll THu. Ifty-elx years of age and leaves
two daughters.

W UN A Sl VIJ Is of two kInds-conceit and the big
bhea that comes from a sick headache.
Does your head ever feet like a goeId
'S b Sub and your brain feel looae and sore?
~ To ca cure it in no time by acting
i 'TRN->ThD T IN THE WORLD on your Hliver with Ballards Herblne.
SIsn't It worth trying tor the absolutA
Ill 115RIDA CONON. certain relief oe get? At all


S' A Connor 1. ivey now, for the Fturth
1 5 UE U b of July is coming on. Now there wil
"m .P be a picnie dinner on the third of July
SXIn the old Jield at the old Gore plahe,
t under the beautiful shade trees. 3v-
S-- erybody come with full baskets of din-


S, i.. h. t o n-- er. This place has been a picane
place for years. Come with the In-
ateotlon of a good time.
DOLLY MAY.
Qe thea rvr best mArve of
a 12 Wa with Ode0s ap*- Sometimes you may be told that
9tfn. UtdaUy eutaNy. U r- t tthem are other things Just ans d as
e .l esl-tlALt 1 a DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
t I WMaWr at An TAN 1 That isn't so. Nothing made Is as
good as DeWItt's Kidney and Bladder
M.0 6. 3rT anC M* P Piills for any ailment of the kidneys
-.. or bladder, which always results in a
weak back, backache, rheu'aatlc pains,
S H reummatism and urinary disorders. A
trial of DeWltWs KiMdn and Bladder
SI PHlls to suffcent to convince you blw
good they are. 8ead you name to E.
C. DtWitt & ko., Chiftao. for a free
I liaafl Ofh astrial boes. y ah id here by all
bh a salt water M of the best drggists
wrktaLe I hinh mothiug bat fiOh.
at headle a rt. CALVARY
SWM. TUOKER Calvarywa vedby ane ra
%C Friday ighst, which we were all glad
tome


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-e.mrs. J. W: Morrion and I. H.
Cleveland made a business trip to
Oeala Saturday.
Mr. Sylvester Brower was to take
bi departure Saturday to his bonM at
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We have recently bought out the

entire stock of Shoes from L. D.

Matheson of Gainesville, and in c'-

sequeace of the same, we are or-

stocked with Shoes.

We have too many of them; move

than our store space will allow s to

keep in good shape, and therefore will

tarn them loose at


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SAVING


to the people of Ocala and viciniy.


H you are thinking of buying a


pair of


Shoes


for yourself


or 4gy


membe of vour family in the next

12 months, which is more than likely,

you will do the right thlog to come

and look over oustock of Shoes.


As to the quality of the Shoes

there can be no doubt, as Mr. Mathe.

son was well known to sell nothing

but strictly first-class, honest Shoes*

The people of his county recognizing


-the fact that he


is a straight man


(from not being tempted to sell shod-

dy Shoes and get rich on the people's

moety) elected him to the position of

trust of treasurer of Alachua county.

The space of this ad. and the large

sie of the stock will not allow as to


quote prices.


OUR MOTTO
This store wil not be u-dersow


OUR POLICY
To do what we say and say what we 4

OUR GUARANTEE
UI ari kde tims Ile o be erwemse i as mn e ugdi
by s, Is er lofssslo itm be cuslemr's; we are
here to make it rib, U i takes ear store e de L


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bnts of Ex-Dietator f Venmel
are Busy Buying Risa mm i e
United Staes


New York, June 10.-Secret Service
men have discovered a plot aimed to
overthrow the Gomes regime la Ven-
esuela. A giant filibustering project to
smuggle 3m,0e rifles Into the South
American republic with the further
Intention of uading a revolution in the
Interest of Gen. Cipriano Castro the
deposed president of the republic, has
been nipped in the bed. &
That the rifles have been purchased
in different ties of the United Itates
and shipped to New York has been
established. say the Se8et Service
men. So far, however, there have been
no arrests made, and It Is not estab-
lished yet just who Is at the head of
the Castro party in this country.


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IF YOU KNEW
he merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
ler of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 226 Olive Street, SL
Louis, Mo.
ORANGE PRINGS


Master Charlie Hodges returned
from a visit to Ocala and tois quite 11
suffering from a bilious attack.
Mr. J. B. Hall. one of our gallant
and handsome -beaux." attended
church at Johnson Sunday.
Miss Annie Laurie Rast, of Moul-
tre, Ga., is visiting friends and rela-
tives here. Misse ast Is quite a tal-
ented young lady and an excellent
musician. She fairly makes a piano
"talk."
Miss Edith Brant, who taught at
Cocoa, after spending a week here the
guest of Mrs. H. V. Porter, has gone
to Green Castle. Ind., to attend com-
mencement at De Phan college.
Mr. W. H. Massey Is spending sev-
eral days in Ocala this week on bus-
iness.
Mrs. Geo. P. Rast who has been
real sick, is nimproving.-'
Mr. J. W. Townsend and family, of
Lake Butler, are expected here shortly
to spend several weeks. -
Messrs. Massey and Miller vistted
the springs this week, looking after
some lands.
RICH MEN'8 GIFTS ARE POOR


FORT KING PICNIC


The annual Sunday School picnic of
the Fort King Union Sunday School
will be held Wednesday, June 14. at
Silver Springs. Refreshments on the
grounds. All are cordially invited to
attend. Let everybody come.
STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
by Indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $200 worth of medicine In
vain, B. F. 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-


gists.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$17.&0-Ashefille. N. C., July 12, 4
and 15. Limit July SL
176As-Asbevmle. N. C., June 1. 13.
UImit June 25. Stopovers allowed.
14.5-Atlanta. Ga., June It. 20. Limit
June 26. Stopovers allowed.
$12A40-Athens, Ga., June 26. 27. 28.
Limit 15 days. Extension to Septem-
her 30. Stopovers.
$I _Knoxvulle, Tenn., June 20, 21,
22. 2. 27. LImit 15 days. Exten-
sion to September 30. Stopovers.
27.5-Lulsvlle. Ky., June 6. 6. 7.
UImit June 17. Extension to June
30. Stopovers.
I0J-Nashville. Tenn., June 6. 7. L
14. 15. 16. 2,. 29. 30. Limit 15 days.
Extension to Septwmbetr 30. Stop-
overs.
$'165-Memphis. Tnnm., June 5. 7.
Limit June 14. Extension to July 1.
Stopovers.
$15--Tuscaloon. Ala,. June 8, ., 12.
14. Limit 15 days. Extension to
September 30. Stopovers.
m3 t o-410UB-ls .Anceles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October I31. Variable routes


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With every o
kind of tahir
take the Ia-mn-
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to win a stw
to the lucky oe oae v

During the p i

Introductory onr,'I t
make to order an as o.:

ue serge suit, in
that you can name

and workmanship 91
teed, for$1.75.

I don't thtnk t _t.
get this suit in a ea m .

one for lesswthan i ::


MY STANDING


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That you will get


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That the garmm ret
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make y d.a Md .wEI ,o A
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you ae a t sfme -e m a t $am g6
away July 1.


Pants $8.85 to $12O. -,

Suits$10.00 to $6&U.
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The feauWd


Haywood WhiUte S Sik
-Land *f the Sky WAYNSVILLE, M. C. Alta M.
On the Southern Raflway, one bhowe ftm Ashewvlsa. CpfM gaI
No consumptiveL. Hot and Cold Map buwr Mageo t
Special attention to mountain partie. lalN
information addrew G. C. ROGAN. M .: (eMdrt ,a |'t 49-.
worth Inn, AsevillUe.)


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beside this: "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.
Rhinevault. of Vestal Center, N. T.,
"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 dizzy spells; soon builds up the
weak. ailing and sickly. Try them,
50c at all druggists.
OAK GROVE P-CNIC
The annual picnic and barbecue will
be given at Oak Grove June 24th.
Everybody invited.
S. C. CARUTHERS,
S. J. GAMBLE,
SOL CARUTHERS.
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 Elixir cures
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
all druggists.


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The home of Mr. and Mrs. Geao W.
L f gM S. ,L I l, h ab11 the "'UMnawdef WllbtfW" Martin em Orange avenue was bright-
S mi la te 1 a otrsct with the y lighted and beautifully decorated Il
UMr ftr 41 te5, two fall elas last evelhng to celebrate the wedding
S11 0 ea 0ek day la the daly and of their daughter. Miss JeIsllu to Mr.
W. .9W .a. M yar. I this space William H. Wilson. of Tampa.
Sm. Goldmw. te wdMe awake partner Rev. T. J. Nixon, presiding elder of
I ASAO mti t h wet the ien y hi adr the Methodist Episcopal church, Ocala
Slblaoft this vielmity ea tMinr district. perhift Cd the ceremony at
w mi to their late e dk week. :N3 o'clock, after which until near -
p* 01 2 the ad is shaut she. midnalght a reception was held, a very
T- s1t1 hasa *=e may. havt'- bought social and formall occasion, during
IA- 11VW dIa S r tl a r t Ola-eVIlle. tIn addl- which time several hundred people A
'"M tif to a1 a em4 Y0 e1inplet6 stock sad met, tendered congratulations and W e arve shog a f w
-- b arla Br short admired a lovely array of gifts par- A
S' -t took of delicious refreshments, enjoy- he
tfbgwe P~ *St>>r m lo s Ina Oeal have eever ed delihtral music and engaged in |TV O 'I
2 E~eS ? hame We MUlr cs thl Mr. cod- social converm. J.LT l Gol, U. aUzcv s I-ata
Sm 111. 8 On i G la. He h s orgloal It was an evening of pleasant asso- J -
fl INiOC W 40e=01 e 01a19 d about codmctiug the clation and pleasant renembances. n_ -
dbs e larin, toisa liberal advertiser ad And all because the fair and winsome S -
l -i l a tds that the store bride was born and reared rin our o 1 th
L11i41111, 00300 m 1 m01ik m nre than midst, graduated two years ago at the
AM I t I IW "tl g abl ad b r i. TThem is not a girl and has grown In grace and favor 4lMlOW ar the ces*
Wa 11111111arW a mftIl toaok 1W he s. Ka O with the exepUon Of ever since with our people until to f li U e.
yaI Ut ta Md SN" bb 'n o' 1 sum of the mail order liquor houm oe. know Miss Jessilu was th compass the
al w a a t r t slah without advertlag. socal, musical, church and home du--
UMMu Bi" Sho Ut T-E 6 tM1 sad priatlag that the Globe as ties of our every day life. This with
Sh rI We het L d.a."ng the past thrm e years. The her popularity and the further fact
IMS O a M moe talk Of trya that about everybody in and around / l
ba 1- 11 de 10 i t he opepm air than to Ocala knows genial, whole-souled. ver.- N
mom toy to wak aleo1 w4 hout advwrtIsaN. satile "Tex" Martin, her father, as all
S -VUa tte i nW to advertial. They mother, who is one of the exemplary
,-das--- MUr. Goldiam sas, that It members of the Metot church and
W IL-1 r-- eri. ^ is ever ready to give a helping hand
A WAl. -- R to every good cause. All these things
N --_ I_ o -& O- 1a.M. A. -L r--o, who is v. -conspired to make this wedding one W Nota Ia the lot h
SI wt a r Mr. oo of the marked ones of the year a AA lp 10 IS WOU I SS tU
e th eLkIn tahis.cty will leave for her old throw Into It that precious home feel-
d iti3 mNw at ive Pofts, &Ala. to visit her Ig that is such a sense of apprecia- double the price.
se IW5 aT i-ater and other relatives. Mrs. L. tion and gratlficatlon to every one
Mst aet beea si the bet of hea lth for who attended.
Sa80M d t te a hopes tme change of Now. what we have written really
,3 telh sta Mad scenery will do her good. tells the story of the pleasures of last
Si wig1 Iet rtuani ultl2 late Iu the night at the Martin home, except we
OWT 1 -a-.4 f ftall We wish her a safe and pleas- mention the comments made of the If you are in need Of anything i the .
Sl character of the lovely bride by her
intimates, of her sweet domestic vir- Of
I a t Mi- Cem Grifaf, of Anthuy. who tues and how her dear mother will
mo be xwastii ly Ihs been the poalasr sad efficient miss her precious child and the help-
S B wg ti. n t at r of the prlBary department of ful spirit that has always been a prime CRaR R L AsI
s.ohm os MeiN .Am tate s. hi ae school far some actor in the home life of this most
bemuse t etes ya s sad elected ft another term, estimable yng lady, w e going andtinatom o e bog l.gO CK R OLS SWR
So Ifr f t tk wthf wll leave aext week t r a trip to the com .tma at home or elsewhere brought
I- It*S Aboh-Tubas Xpealtis aad will be sunshine and gladness.
e law t- sta_ tr_ seeompaunod by Mis Newpoa of WI-. But so generous a hymeneal event o o he t ie0 O f to ino et.
- .. to .Standft =1101n, whoe aini t last term at Bar- would be to the curious not complete. S t Is 0h e t e yoU 1 to vn w
w to Wa i t .-w These yony fadies wl Inspect without a few details that went to r a f .
Stn tae.o, crhs t h e Roces, take make up the ensemble of this memora- at POSttely gotag Oft Of tiese
S f tt"Mo the t ate i .2Mftt tae and continue their lour- ble event.
t eame said law say treouh Colorado, Pke's Peak The musical program was quite -|
n l ftll-ft~ a l~,~ sweep srellO the plains to Hot pr- complete and consisted of the bridal
IgNa d wdd the a d-p 0lt sea"l d thel homs1 The Star wishes them chorus and the rose maiden song and
iS *aat A il'lBlakes a..ut of the bride.Mi, ssMary W e are now selling Fast Colored Cal-
of.- Mi s N Miinanie Haeel gave a pleasant Kate Samford, cousin of the bride from A an A A "
otf tto sa e f h er friend at the Opelika, Ala., and the Messrs. J. J. icoes or 3-4 P'a cables, standard m as s
to s is- atat .paprs for ra. h --of her saut, Mrs. a3mmas., on and A. E. Gerig, accompanied on the
rad AMl a s l lwhy Jet North MaBa strut, last evening. Some pa o by Mis Le Barnett follow' t 5c per yard. W north 7 and 8c
Iamt mii a wlMiatnsa o ~ heot rs- were spot pslayig games a by that loving sentiment of love's *
1@&We tse hat law sa a iaslnga the merits of several big, young dream, "A Perfect Love," by
i satl t ma li A mostt pleasant Miss Samford, who has indeed a sweet /
o&eter. l ko a f tlm feaitma T .hea and attractive votes. About this time
setaem 't Mll;i Msine of a hand- the groom descended the stairs
S l- bracelet, a toke of appreeaion way with his roseate young bride on
S.1, i her fellow employees of the Star his arm. As advance couriers of Hy-
Mr p. BIL w tendered the men, came Master Robert Blake, of
lotIh a 1nachpbsy4Ig It with a seat Ut- Ocala. and Miss Ruth Lynn and Miss
a"g r at -it@ts tMd speech. Miss Minnie will leave Louise anders of Dunnellon, cousins
father id"t st ot or h* naet Monday for the home of her of the bride, who bore garlands of
As "selves ae is toe to abt U StUert Braswick Ga. ie has roses, forming lines through which
Ls ever ute eastin ad as for bow a aoiweut aa tateligent osember the couple passed to the wedding arch. Orml y Va ty Ste
s the M fog. imt t H u & e tftar fmsce for the past, few Then came Mrs. Wm. B. Dormany, of
a r te MMl s t why e, a. d her departure will be re- Plant City, sisterto the groom and T E STORE T AT TREATS YOU
Y5i ^^ i i It as dwok. ho i d. matron of honor. Mis Gladys Martin. "THE STORE T AT EATS YOU
If DEANESS CANNOT l y aqiser to the bride, bearing the
ttt o -- l e . v. .o... .... CURED wedding ring on a beautiful heart-i
S I*by Ial appeatios, as they aot shaped cushioup. Miss Irma Blake,
A em La Cera. J reach te diseased portlo of the ear. cousin of the bride, as maid of honor. *-ett**y66aoa --
Wmlal asmt sad home, yesa- There is only oae way to credea- The scene was a most pleasing one
and lAi yegswn tr- TherM. Istalsy ioneo Geye Ht as they took positions around tha
thatdas r newgds amisbya sa"d by a e lto d the brigh - BU I



S otat a MC relo who it. D is entirely fsed, dea wes in the couplwite kneeling on a white satin
is sagighitle s ant result, and unless thie lailw isMr i s in
hi ap^ ubitll s Prewankr ttib can be taken out aad this tube s0t tones te ouching prayer 60 .0 ALL KINDS OF
Sai we t tred to 1t al COdtlo, hear FaIr, 0 Sweet and Holy." Then came FesG r i s, E h t r e.

Slag will be destroyed forever: lne music by the orchestra, which was lo- Frh M s Groceries, Chickens, Eggs, Etc. Produce Bth
ases out a ca t cated on the south side of the piazza, ought and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fish. The Mt C.
ffsels, Ie T is etc. Thorcn htra conssed of m plete Place of its Kind in the Country. Re-modeled and Right
bust ma tSad* oir regr W y cae o t deanes X(caused by oishel and Fred Meffert violins G. W. Up-To-Date. First Class Restaurant in Connection. First Class
tasp beau bines de Catarrb Cure. Send for circu- flute. Meals and Reasonable Board toWeekly Customers
sra. free. It would be a superfluity of words
C. ^. T s- du have' re- 7.1 CMuSiw A CO., Toledo, 0. to say the bride looked divinely pretty
-Se so FS old by us tsS T ar r whit weddinghgownnand the Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought
Si ,SemS ad buslsee VETERANS ADJOURN The reception committee was rang- and Sold.


o:.'. a e "L "uiU' -- as follows, Mism. s Margaret Walters
; .. 9.mvan.m W R..eted CseaM.-e t 1 on the front steps, to the right Miss
ts to b "or boid motlhMeetr s ei MnNMIl Lacle standley and Miss Anne Mixon
Ma. D. Nas OW s aenshm. P W pds Tens. Jane 1.--After re- served thirst quenching punch. Mrs. Telephone No. 111 P. 0. Box No. 652
ea t at best h e A.to th hall, where sweetly Miss Sarah IN and 102 NWri agpdia Sreel
_,r-in-~ over his iMcCreery. received. Mrs. Blake did
b is. t ut protest and* iMO he introducing act to the receiving
M.,t m ob.tle, Ala, an the next pc or ther*e- lim e and to Mrs. John Taylor fell the
So suistast pamZZr spaa. Mr. Union the United CoOderafe Vet- pleasure of presenting the guests to ______________________________
AL visvmin a young ind a 3 0om5 a VS their buwsh. nmee- the grandmothers of the bride.. Mrs. S.
at a a deWk epseast 4 a t am _____at. P. Sanders and Mrs. Marchall.
-f w eb ..... 01 WEAK OT To Mrs. Sanford Jewett was as- visitors passed onto the south piazza, nT T
S. wM .I W o f AK SPOT signed the task of presenting the re- where Mrs. P. Blalock. Mrs. B. PH, J
S am w H e A We lcelv ine to the visitors, namely: Sanders. Miss Cora Griffin. Anthony.
M J gll ^ tl 1 .'"t1^-. TiSS. I 1 t^ Ild Mr. and Mrs. I H. Sanders of Dun- Mis Josie Williams. Mrs. A. W.
T"S we seek nellon, Mrs. E. A. HIckson of Lake Bridges, Mrs. C. N. Kirkland and Miss LORKTTO. (Near M
to- 314071006 has a weak City and Mrs. J. P. Hilburn of Suther- Annie Davis assisted In making the
r a I bM w v ry s ddM tw land. evening a most social one. Bording School for Boys Conducted
l aching keeps up day and night. At the dining room door Mrs. W. H The souvenirs of the occasion were Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carets
M MI i ."l bt n M 1 0ys 0ges help.- Powers did the honors, while Mrs. E. small hearts, hand-p;inted in ga- lectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy
an In tow tods ir bac kbache Is really kIdney-ache. L& Carney seated the guests, who were lands and roses and the monograms Pol, Complete Equipment In Schoolroom
.il.w- is-- S ,Y A k-M-ey cae is what you need. pleasingly served with cream, cake of the bride and gn.om. the artistic Recreation Rooms.
Sl Das Kidney Pills cure sick kid- and mints by Misses Clara Johnson, work of Mrs. make. which were given
Lucile Moore. Rhlode Uddon. Adele the guests by Misses Gladys Martin A-ply for Prospectus to the I
amSMAN- In -__oi SSuS o Ond aInnWI, Brttinger and aEugenla Burleson. of and Mlary Sanders. Sule. Joweha A d emyt
-- ...... _" _W U~wsr V ph '" _"* C. m. or Tm i ta- citr These young ladies, of course, The young lady attendants wern. s. ,, ,
V p at ir hEr b ia mni d Sa- ie:"Ia Pi s teidg wore beautiful dresses and looked in- presented by the bride with hand- St. Joseph' Academy,
In whatt tiey have donae for me. voting to the eyes. The dining table some gold pins. with the date of the
l ima.I have staered sa e fro back e a great was prettily decorated- wedding engraved thereon, while the
dS e- am- at thmes wasa so a me that I After refreshments came the inspec- young men of the orchestra received
-'i bea-reely t, la be&d. Soe tion of the presents, which covered gold pencils, a reminder from the
S ^ ReAim. bmy editShn wa t such tfat four large tables In an adjoining room groom, while Mr. Rolofson. best man.
I .. .I Itm steal to nnmysealf. to the south, consisting of silverware, was the recipient of a beautiful scarf -
-I stoped.'"-"pals u t glass, china. linen and pieces ot pin from Mr. Wilson.
'hS r ure" bodys pe- furniture, a very large and valuable The guests departed at a late hour
.. aAna *tr o myledfnr ,.m assortment, for use and to beautify and and at 2 o'clock the bridal party pro-
f eq actle i oft kMney secre- adorn. a remembrance that attested ceeded to the Seaboard depot, where
SUnas. After I bad ed sever al me, the good will and large acquaintance a special car was at their service, the
_dies with a'ly sigt hbe eft, I heard of the happy couple. To these treas- remembrance of Mr. Wilson's chief. O
.. D..e. .... ea e y Plls sad prsured ures of friendship and love Mrs. T. Mr. S. C. Boylston, assistant passen-
Sa bO. I meu them sas they brought H. Johnson. stately, yet gracious. ger agent of the Seaboard.
w f the aMged Met I amI w able stood guard, while Mrs. Albert Gerig Today the couple will spend in Jack- CARRY AT AI
Stest weB at ali a t r ee ft m and Mrs. W. S. Pike received. sonville visiting friends, when they
S" i bWtI nin ev W. Inae Peace called attention to the Yukon Exposition and the Yellowstone D doors, aini
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Red Mea meet this evening.
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
REXALL
Wilbur Cleveland is clerking for
Troixer.
Capt. John Rogers uf Lynne was in
town today.
Meet me at the drug store on the
square.
Dr. P. Burgin of McIntosh is at the
Montezuma.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chils and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. W. 8. Coyle of Tampa is at the
Ocala House.


I FU U 9 1 IKLota of nice fat hens at Rowe*s Lit-
I* |ti-t n* 1 mMIt oe Boana...
ST Miss Lucile Standley is home from a
III C INvisit to friends In Jacksonville.
Mr. C. E. Winston of Bushnell was
S- at the Ocala House last night.
Ior doI wll cure any ease
B A N K ChIlls and 'ver. Price 25c.
SWThe Ocala House had 25 arrivals
S e o n yesterday.
Ss' e are many ways in which it smTso the tts of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
SApublic, but the one now mat valuable, per. tie onanza.
Shapes, is to elp with loans. We will meet the There were 24 arrivals at the Mon-
Deeds of o veatfve burower. tesuma yesterday.
Sor 6 doneI *" will cure any case

The Munroe & Chambhliss Bank *5rld"o wl cr as
Mr. ItR. Kilgore of Clearvtrer, is at
(INCORP ORATED) the Montezuma.
I. T. Miurwe, NPra. L 0. ChamuIms. V. P"s. A. E. Gig. *Ca(t REXALL

Miss Carrie Miller went down to
Woodmar yesterday afternoon to visit

The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and invites
S1 Nerth MUaitela Irs t, Tlpho e No 297. your Inspection.

Bet M medium Piced Hotel in theMessrs. J. R. Perkins and R. H.
e A Sanders of Dunnellon, are at the Mon-
teama.
Table is always supplied with the best the market afford We bavw the nicest line of hair
Sk lled cooking, careful attention to the wants of the guest. brush combs and other toilet arti-
ood cles in the city. Tydings & Co.
Good rooms and comfortable bedr.
SMesasrs. W. A. Thomas. D. A. Hop-
Spc"al alae Iby Week p MeI I ki and John Romes of Hig.i spring.
gar guests of the Montezuma.
MR& ROBERT KAISER. PROPRIETRESS, OCALA ave you om the new visible Fay
,N heis typewriter? R: C. Davis & Co.
gemW "W$&
Harry Peters. wife and a lady friend
M E came up this morning via auto from
Dunnellon.|
GO-FLY; keeps flies off horses and
STO FIT* ANY RIMS eattle 25 events and 50 ants, at all
0-0111 CLINCHER Q.0D.C1 Q UNCH^ll drugtores.
Mr. W. J. Willis of the P.1litchton
section, was a caller, as was J. J. Nel-
son, of Belleview.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FISK TIRES, AS n
Mrs. Joseph Malever. son. Fred. and
WELL AS OTHERAUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. AUTO baby went to Jacksonville today, to
ym e REPAIRING AND TIRE VULCANIZING DONE pend a few weeks with relatives.
PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICE'S. Mr. Frank A. Ross of the Hamilton
Brown Shoe Co.. is at the Ocala

J. W. Ward. Jr., of Floral City andd
J. J. Williams of Homosassa, were in
the city today.
Meet me at the drug store on the
square.
S'* Sheriff Carter of Inverness and Mr.
Bartlett, the Weiradale veteran, were
In town today.
f5.W MEATS AND VEGETABLES itonody
B. C. faMtis I Co., of Jacksonville,
4 W ta B Ve, Flord a Stall ed will sell any make of second-hand
a -typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Mattua, Armour's tar Ham, Anmor's Pork
.mn,, Arm s tuRHkam A m T on u P o Mr. J. W. Sylvester is in Jackson-
tagge, Cabba& e, Rutabagas, TmpsBeestville visiting for a few days among
SbtatoeI.rish Potatoes, Spanish Onions relatives.
C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville,
-* qE handle silk typewriter ribbons, 76c.
Phone 108 CitN Market ach; "er de.
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Mr. waldo Marti nas gone to not
Springs to get the benefit of the med-
icinal waters that place is famous for.
REXALL
,ine candles, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best,. In pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
stand.
Mr. Arnold, general manager of the
McDowell Crate Co.. is supplying t" is
market with some very fine peaches
from his forty-acre orchard at Oak.
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come in and look it over if
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Jo.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark will
commence housekeeping tomorrow for
the summer in Dr. W. H. Powers'
cottage.
Tour prescriptions, when left at the
Court Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us:
we'll call for and deliver your pre-
scrlptloas.
Justice Lyles fined an Italian $10
and costs this morning for overdriv-
ing one of the Silver Tip Livery Sta-
ble's horses.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Powers and lit-
tle son. Harris. left on the 6 o'clock
Coast Line train this morning for


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Good quality, put up in neat bales.
Also good pasturage for a few cattle.
Palmetto Park Farm, 'phone 2TA, or
Z. C. Chamblils. 'phone 18. 2td
PIANO TUNING
Ten years experience. References,
any music teacher in Ocala. any
music house In Jacksonville. "Phone
328. A. M. Lanmsfrd, city. 1-8-tt
LOOKING ONE'S BEST
It's a woman's delight to look her
best, but pimples, skin eruptions, sores
and boils rob life f Joy. Listen!
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them;
makes the skin soft and velvety. It
glorifies the face. Cures pimples, sore
eyes. cold sores, cracked lipe, chapped
hands. Try it. Infallible for pUles
25c at all druggists.
Whether there is a breese 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.
To avoid serious results take Fbley'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.
REXALL
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfume, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company.
ORANGE GROVE
FOR SALE OR RENT


A five-acre orange grove, with
splendid large trees, now filled with
fruit, located right at depot in the lit-
tle town of Eagle Lake, eight miles
from Bartow and four miles from
Winter Haven. Large house of 19 big
rooms, suitable for winter rome of
boarding house and can be kept filled
all the time. Family Is scattered and
owners will sell very cheap. Apply or
write M. B., Star office. Ocala, Fla.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
iron in your home on a few days' trial.
upon request at my office; or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
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DON'TT BE A READY-MADE MAN"
Mr. Marcus F ank. pMoprletar oe
"Frank's.- the old Variety Store, has
an advertisement In today Star
setting forth his plan to give away a
"Taylor"-made suit of clothes free at
charge to his customers. The suit
nill be made of the best piece of bluae
*erge Mr. Prank carries, and to the In-
dividual taste and measure of the man
who is lucky enough to win ILt.
Mr. Frank's offer is this: Every
person buying a suit of clothes from
him. or who has bought a summer
suit, is entitled to a chance on this
$25 blue serge suit which is to be
drawn for July let. The drawing will
be conducted in the usual way. All
the numbers will be placed In a hat
and the first one drawn will get the
suit of clothes.
Since Mr. Prank added his tailor
made clothes department to\bls store
he has been, by steady and Judicious
advertising and fair and square deal-
ings, gradually building up one of the
best tailoring businesses in the city.
He usually makes two trips to New
York each year and on both bis last
trips he carried upward of a hundred
orders for suits and trousers to J. L,
Taylor & Co.. whom he represents. He
always gives his customers the benefit
of his personal attention and guaran-
tees a fit in every Instance.
It costs you nothing to get a chance
at this suit of clothes to be given away
by Mr. Frank. and at the same time
the suit you buy will be made up in
the very latest style, from all wool
goods, as Mr. Frank has not a single
sample containing cotton in his line.
Read the ad and profit thereby.
NO CONCERT TOMORROW NIGHT
There will be no band concert to-
morrow night, four members of the
band being absent with the Rifles at
the state encampment.
MONTHLY WOODMEN MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of
Port King Camp. W. 0. W.. will be
held at Yonge's Hall at 8 o'clock to-
morrow evening.

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.
REXALL
The Young People's Missionary So-
ciety of the Methodist church will be
entertained at the parsonage tonight
at 8 o'clock with a porch and lawn
party.
Mr. Detterieh, the Monteanma bar-
ber, who has been confined to his bed
for a week with fever. Is up again
and hopes to be able'to resume his
work in a day or two.
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.
FAN BARGAINS
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.


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PHYSICIANS ANNOUNCEMENT tlt f -clhas8MePlea m At
-rwvw thelr ir&st ca E tld6 1 Y"As
I take this method and opportunity cartad conabAted of tw teurti cW4= m O. .m
to announce to the people of Ocala and a runabout. A second earned w T C
vicinity that I have opened an ofice orW be receive. es ot s bt ab m as phyAicn and surgeon n suite 22- and Taylor will probably take two lp In tI he e
2 second floor Holderblock Ocala. Fla. these cars. Mver & mSe rV dea at I 01M1 M ile .6
Shall do a general practice, paying bavt m of the large wam hieaus l hVtn-liedod il m I .
special attention to obstetrics, diseases the rear of their store rebuilt Iar a % & a gsi -
of women and children. Cals made garage. he t oor will be te- be MaM g to m-he l a e
promptly nlght or day. Phone Ne., Ueted and It will be ued br a alar- av aL u- gob. gg la
office, residence, 33; office hours, a- d d2play1 room. Th TuOCALe W O WO '
9 to 11:30 a. m., 1:23 to 4 p. m.. 7 to w be doI at t be ear W
p. .. Respectfulhy The Jad&mo Is abeautift! ear M
F. E. McClane. I6 runs like a watch. Ocala is eswltav-
Note.-Shall devote the morning of- Y gettingaInr a lot of automobile, the
flece hours of Tuesday and Friday of near the city. .o
each week to free consultation to the e# lbli --
poor and needy. THE BABY SHOW
SKILLED PAINTING The only voting contest in this ex-
SKILLED PAINTING hibit Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6 g t"e

t oowillobe for the 5 most popular ,h.
painting., no matter how large.or how some and desirable ones and e (em- ..
mal. o b m fiethe work a mittee of Kla's Daghters n MU gM "
and knowledge to paint and do It etss show window.
right. Houses painted Inside and out
Gratinh g, gilding har all a fhin a, t *-.n B
varlishlnr and lettering and sin W. C. Bull, former city marshal. is dryga.-s sai e.m--a. ,a
pantinu Taste and skill guaranteed. having a hard time with his atteek t bases. sa soy es:
Address P. O. Box 135. or leave word rheumatism. The swelling hae let his the Gitbe. 0 1 . "
at the Star office. L W. Fillyaw. arms and he is now able to we them
Oela. Fla tf all right, but his legs refase-to Op- Three ePot w@ g AnI T
Oa. b port him. They were badly swelen hers. Get ofe t Me
too. but now moseet of the swellingas has m h n S N tma.e-la 11
left him and he hopes to be able to V
get around in a mouth or two.a He Meet me# at the g
looks well in the thae, has a good ap.- squaMre. ,
petite and is cheerful and hopeful and ...
has only words of smm attel ton i os HagCM -- -
say for the hospitaL He said every- em i dals m I K ---."
thinlg connected with that Iastltm ,. ..
was all one could ask for. and the at-
Stentlon he received the bet. '
EYE The Ocala Guo Club shot yawstry, i
for the frst time thi season. IThe
TROUBLES score Is as follows: Will HRoo 23
ARE George MacKay, 29; J. M. TIes., 2;
HEREDITARY J. P. aloway, 27: C. t &istrunk M.
They are handed down trima parent The club will meet every WedwoeM -
to child, anq If there is a deectn a afternoon at 3:U and Invle latesaet-
parent'a eyes It is more than likely to ed parties to Joit them. j '.
he found In the eyes of the chi alse. .
Red lids styes, or Itchin, burning C. M. Dickerson of Tampa, traveling
pains are passenger agent of the Seaboard, was
INDICATION. OF a guest at the Wilsoit-Martin wedding
muscular troubles that can be over- last night.
ceme by using proper ,lse.-
DR. D. M. BOMYT, Mrs. Seely Fatgi ad chdre of '
Eyesight Spetealit, Alachua, who have been the guests of :"'
Oasis, Fla. Mrs. A. C. Cobb, returned bohee yes-
Ofee Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. an terday.
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical olea
and laboratory, room 9 and 4 Oary Tulula Lodge No. 2, L 0. 0. Will TH"E mPT TM UfS IU Lou
block, hold a memorial service Sunday ;ame. ; taste a sweea t. *- '
noon at Tomes's Hall at 4 o'5,,k O* .
THE "MERRY WIDOW" FOR SALE ery Odd yellow and his le or his "
sweetheart are requested to be pres- =1a11 01lg d@ bAAAIB 811|MO mw
On account of the fact that I am eat sa" tell their friends. Wevr. r) H. oIasaa -
buIlding a speed launch for use on theColeman will make an addrm su.lt- n8l im- "o wlal, .
springs. I will sell the launch "Merry ble for the *ocaslon. Theoe who can i t whean -
Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to me will please brin flower. ayNi- l fd .l qp ii 1- "- .' -"-
or to R. D. Mathews. at the laundry. tlta. Cel f;
6-4-tt Frank Mathews. City. Mrs. J. P. Hilburn. who came up paps.
from Sutherland to attend 4 Wilson.*
There are many imitations of De- Martin wedding and vist herAT RAII
Witt's Carbollsed Witch Hazel Salve-- Miss Margaret Peace. will leave Man. A. -- "
DeWitt's is the originaL Be sure you day for Montreat, N. C., and join her --
get DeWitt's Carboli ed Witch Hasel son, Oscar, whl came to Ocala with
Salve when you ask for It. It la good his mother but proceeded to North
for cuts, burns and bruises, and Is es- Carolina to participate In a T. M. C.
pecially good for piles. Sold by all A. meeting. [
druggists.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter of JackamviDe,
Many of our citizens are drifting to- arrived In town today to visit Mrs.
wards Brights disease by neqle.ting Carter's step-sistera, Mrs. Ditto aad
symptoms of kidney and bladder Mrs. FPo for a few days. Mrs. C I "
trouble which Fbley's Kidney 1e4me iy was formerly Miss Ale Horesr. B
will quickly cure. Sold by all drug- was married In Jackaetllle Tus"day
Nsts. to Mr. Carter of that city.
Anti-German-the Ideal disinfectant Mr. McMullen of the Plman ser-
The Court Pharmacy can supply you vice, in Jackeonville, was In town y'
with this elegant preparation when In terday and last nlght on his way to _."- '
need. Jacksonville from Green Sprinas, baV- ""
ing paid his family, who are summ.er-
We do not know of any other pill ing there, a visit U,_ '
that is as good as DeWltt's Little ll RU a .. -IO.
Early Risers, the famous little liver Miss 8arah D. bnain,. fied a. get .
plls-small, gentle, pleasant and sure of the Baptist Witnew,- i city," TMty wa a th" -" S a
pills with a reputation. Sold by all visiting her friends saW attenig si B- bnS. -- l '
druggists, business for her paper. t ||I ..
SC. Davis & Co., of Jacksonv-lle, The boundaries of the Oai free n m '
Raa. sysmm nave Iteea ore- C.atsma ... A ,o _
wil sell any make of second-hand mal d exyss d thae be o nn Y t u -
typewriter upon easy terms If desired reduce their walks will collect the r----- -,---- -
malls at the time of delivery. Messras. I is so uaaa^wei*IS W
STRAYED OR STOLEN; T. M. Moore and Roland Bhteh were ,i i m ni n..S
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD busy yesterday placing new cards on OCA lEW, 'Xn r 1"
the mail boxes, with te ch age of the ________._____
Between April 10 and 15 the follow- hours of collection. ,
ing cattle disappeared from my prem- -*
.ises at Cornell: One old cow. red dun V 3a 1
color, marked swallow fork In om ear ,1-E GIII U a l '
split in other ear; one black heifer,


same marks as cow; one Jersey color-
ed heifer, same mark s cow; two -
helfers, full-blooded Jersey, one mark-
ed, one smooth crop, split and under- _,- II
bit In each ear, branded A. I.:tde
other heifer unbranded. Will pay $6
reward for information as to their
whereabouts. Apply to IU Balard,
Cornell, F. tdw
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING .
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COLORED TEACHERS
TAKING EXAMINATIONS


Diana Adams. Smoak; Hettie M.
Bagley. Sparr; Fannie L. Carwell, Sil-
ver Springs: Creola C. Curry. Ocala;
Annetta Gladden. Orange Lake; Rosa
V. Harvey. Ocala: Dora T. Harold.
Gainesville; Virginia C. Howard.
Flemington; Mattle Martin. Hannah
Michael, Jessie E. Mitchell. Reuben
Mitchell. Ocala; Fannie P. Menchan.
Dunnellon; E. B. McContz, Montague:
Pearl McBride. Ocala: Kate L. Rigley,
Reddick: Aquilla Sharperson. Ocala:
Owen Spain, Reddick; J. E. Sharper-
son. Ocala; Bessie Williams, Dunnel-
Ion.
This list contains the names of three
males. About half of the teachers tak
Ing the examination have taught be-
fore. Three of the teachers were ex-
cused, two for having attempted to
pony their examination papers.
LOW RATES
Tia Me
SEABOARD AIR ANE
$17.A5, Asheville, N. C., and return.
account International Convention
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25, 1909.
$14.2S, Atlanta. Ga., and return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
1909.
$17.1-, Asheville, N. C., and return.
account Dramatic Order Knights
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
A1.M--Memphis. "'enn., and return,
account Interstate Cotton Seed
Crushers' Association. Tickets on
sale May 16, 17 and 18. Final limit
May 22, 1909.
$6MO--Denver, Colo., and return, ac-
count General Assembly Presbyter-
ian church of U. S. of America.
Tickets on sale May 16. 17, 18 and
19. Final limit to reach original
starting point October 31.
L3-Sa--vannah, Ga.. and return, ac-
count General ussemby Presbyter-
ian church In United States. Tick-
ets on sale May 17, 18 and 19. Final
limit June 2. 1909.
40--Nashville, Tenn.. and return.
account Annual Session Sunday
School Congress and Young Peo-
rle's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale
June.7. 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days
from but not including date of sale.
S1J5- Tuscaloosa, Ala., and return.
account summer school for teachers
University of Alabama. Tickets on
sale June 8. 9, 12, 14, 19, 21, 28, July
8rd and 5th. Final limit 15 days
from date of sale. but by deposit-
ing tickets with special agent
Tuscaloosa not later than 15 days
from date of sale, extension may be
had to September 20, on payment of
fee of $1.
09---Nashville. Tenn.. and return,


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disease. The'! fcjician,i: orant of the
cuWseof suffering, Jps up treatment
until large bills are rde. .T 1iffering
patient gets no bette J a. .lthe
wrong treatment, but probably wor...
Bper meddle like Tr Pi &ar'as -Iwt
%P-r ton, direlf to tf cause wpeuTt
ha v e eire'ly remov the' isr-eae tere-
by ORip0ng all those o i symp!
toms. and instituting comfort instead of
prolonged misery. It has been well said.
that "a disease known is half cured. .
Dr. Plerce's Favorite Prescription is a
ftlentlfic medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician,
an adapted to woman's delicate system,
It is made of native American medicinal
roots and is perfectly harmless i- itr
effects in t oU CeiIl u r Ihe I / it
Ai -powerful Invigorating tonic 'Fa.
vorite Prescription" Imparts strength to
the system and to the organs dis-
Unctly feminine in particular. For over.
worked. worn-,ut." run-down," debili-
tated teachers, milliners, dre.smakers,
seamstressos. "shop-girls." house-keepers,
nursing mothers, and feeble women gen-
erally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is the greatest earthly boon. being ua-
equaled as an appetizing cordial and r,
storative tonic.
As a soothing and strengthening nerr.
ne 'Favorite Prcscr;ption" is unequaled
and is invaluable in allaying and sub.
during nervous excitabihity, irritability,
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,
neuralgia, hysteria, spasums. St.L Vitus's
dance, and other distressing, nervous
symptoms commonly attendant upon
functional and organic disease of the
uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and
relieves mental anxiety and despondency.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate
the stomach, liver and bowels. One W


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SUMMERFIELD
Pleasant Party at the Home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ri" tason
There was a party at the home of
Mr. and Mrts. J. F. Ricketson Thurs-
day evening. June 3rd. given in honor
of their two brothers. Messrs S. E.A
and H. Wilder. There were about
forty guests pr-esnt. Among them
were: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Branch. Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Mayo, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Daughtry. Mrs. Vincent and
brother. Mr. Philips, Mrs. McWhite
and three children, Mrs. Mary Davis.
Misses Daisy Davis Pearl Dillard. Car-
rie Blackman. Reba Bryant. Blanch
and Alma Moody, Monica Branch. Ma-
rie Holt and Messrs. E. E. Ormond.
Lee Blackman, Charles Cockflrld, W.
B. Vick. Baker, G. J. Gonchton and
Jim Davis. The house was beautiful-
ly decorated with ferns, vines and
flowers. The color scheme of pink
and green was carried out to good ef-
fect. In the parlor the mantle was.
draped with pink cloth with grac-ful
vines hanging over it and running
"around the room. and a large bouquet
of pink roses. The dining table also
had dutiful bouquet of pink flow-
ers and rerns on a centerpiece, em-
broidered in pink and green.
While the guests were arriving Miss
Reba Bryant played several selections
on the piano; then a short time was
spent in playing games, after which
the hostess assisted by Mrs. N. Mayo,
Mrs. B. B. McWhite and Mrs. J. E.
Branch served delicious cream and
cake. Then the most interesting fea-
ture of the evening took place, when
the young people forced In couples at
the gate and marched into the house
and through the hall, by music, and
to the most graceful couple was given
a lovely pink cocoanut cake. which
was won by Miss Daisy Davis and Mr.
E. E. Ormond. After this was over
and each one had sampled the cake.
to each gentleman was given a piece.
of cloth, with thread and needle, to
work a button hole. The gentleman
working the best button hole got a
prize of a thimble in a pink and green
work box. which the judges, who were
Mrs. Mayo. Mrs. J. E. Branch and
Mrs. McWhite, decided was won by
Mr. Jim Davis. Then the ladies drove
nails in a thick board, and a prize of
a small hatchet tied with pink and
green was given to the one driving the
best nail. Mr. J. E. Branch. Mr. Na-
than Mayo and Mr. S. E. Walker were
the Judges in this contest and decided
that Miss Mary Davis had won the
hatchet.
Then more cream and cake was
served, after which Mr. Ricketson en-
tertained the guests with music on the
banjo and the young folks played
some more games. Then all went
home declaring they had spent a very
pleasant evening.
Mrs. C. S. Lyvers returned home
Monday after spending two weeks
with her daughter. Mrs. Roy Mur-
daugh, of Woodstock. -
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dillard's little
daughter. Alice Louise. has been quite
sick, but under the skillful treatment
of Dr. G. K. Slaughter, is improving,
we are glad to state.
Shipping season will soon be over
and things will seem quite dull after
the rush. Watermelons are being
shipped from here in very large quan-
tities this year.


STANLEY DANIELS
l*ur ,community was saddened over'
the drath of on.- of our boys. Stanly"
Inani- Is. He d. parted- this lifo about
4 ,*A-,(k ,on th,- morr.ing 'f the 24th
of May.
Stanly h.d be.n ia a-r. at sufferer for .
r.-rl rn.-rth.. b,.ing affic-ie'd with
,'*n,- throat tr,,ab;. but he .-emed
v-ry patient and was never h'earil to,
murmur tf c.rniain. Th.- as.t days
%r.- spr-n't In bd. andl h"e vrallizt.d
thlit h could rnt be s-art id and sai .
to ,hoe-_ around him. "it was sweet to'
live." His life had bt-n very happy.
but if it was G-id's will h was wil-
ling to go and all was w.-ll with him.
He was the last tfi h;s family, b'ing,
th,- only child of his par.-nts. who died
whenn 't~anly wa. quit smali. Al-
though an orphan h- had a home with'
his grandmotlit-r, an.d un(.!,. whore he
n. ver felt that he mist-d any love and
carr-. .
Stanly %aas te-nderly loved and rear-,
.1. On,- could often wish every child
b,-r.ft of imarent co,',il have had the
same care and advantag,.s that hb en-
j,,yed. He full-" .i;,:-r -ia.--d it all and
was heard to !>-sak )of it often. He
was very loyal to his friends and
n-v,-r forgot any kindness shown to'
him.
H1f passed away g. ntly as o(n fall-
ing asleep, closing his .y-s. We could
but wish that w.- .-oild ail. when our
time to go has come. that we "could'
lie down as on.e to pleasant dreams."
How we 0'o miss him. His place with
the boy.-s at their games, at the school.
in th- Sunday Sehej, class, our hearts
are sad when we thlnk that never;
again will thos.. places be filled.. May
his glad, pure spirit ev,-r rest with
the God who eav.' it. \VW. would b'-
glad to pay somv beautiful tribute to
our little friend, but words fail us.
The sadness of a life cut down so
young, so full of hot-'. of boyish sports
and pleasures: such a bright intellect.
If we could view it ail as the Creator
of all these would have u do, we. willI
look beyond the darkness of death to!
the bright and ha;ppv home of many
mansions where all is peace and joy
and love.
May we meet thee in that home.
Stanly. FRIENDS.
Orange Sprin-. Fl. .. June # S. 1909_

PLEASANT EVENTS AT SPARR


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going up to give them a treat Albert
is certainly popular wherever he hap-
Ipens to be.
Anthony sent up her new M. D., ac-
companied by charming Miss Annie
Hlillman, (Magnolia of the Banner)
also Mr. Lamb and his lovely lady
companion. We observed Mr. Carl
Harter and beautiful wife., also Mr.
Joe McAllister of Beddick, and Mr.
Ed. Meadows of Sparr, the latter ton
happy attendance upon a Sparr girl,
who lives up the hew "good road.'
The three last named gentlemen will
please accept the writer's thanks for
numerous votes. WHITE ROSE.

SHADY
Rev. Z. A. Crumpton. ,of Berlin, is
expected to fill the pulpit of Olivett
church next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock.


The writer was not present at the
concert, but from reports It was a:
very pleasant event. At its close a
beautiful gold-lined silver cup wa\;s ex-
hibited. to be. voted to the prettiest
young lady. Iof course- money did not,
count when it was for one's favorite.
On counting the votes. the cup was
awarded to Miss Jettie loyle's. a!
lovely brunette of Sparr.
The Baptist church entertainment
last Friday evening proved a proslwr-
is issue inhideed though the weather
was quite inclhm'-nt,0 Representatives
came from Anthony. (itra. Fort Mc-
Coy, Greenwood, Oak. Reddick. Martin
and Lowell. After happy greetings,
pleasant conversation and music, thel
largest, handsomest cake. which was!
contributed by .Misses Alie- and Ella
Owens. was voted to the most popu- -
lar lady. The votes ran high. highly.
highest, all the while money moving
rapidly into thie hurch coffer. Finally
the cake was presented to Miss J,.Rssie
Alston Owens. of Sparr. as the win-
ner. Surprised and delighted. she
smiled and bowed her thanks, and
then gave, the tcake back to bhe voted
to the pi-rtti st youn' girl. After eon-
testing for a while it was awarded to
pretty Mi-,s Su:ie Ilmhtert. oif Sparr.
The s.eondI hanldsomemst cake was do-
nate.d by Mrs Sh.-lton Souter. It was
voted to a fair daughter oif Fort Mc-
Coy, charming MIi Thl' table-. were ir:inefilly presided
ovr by Mr s. Sheldon Soitter, aided by
her aceoninmidating sister. Miss Fan-
nie Clark. of Ocala. Mrs. Allen Ste-
phens was ably assisted by obliging
Mrs. James Co!hert. Radiant Mis%
Slielly Souter kept an ace.ount of thte
votes when not engaged in animated
conversation with surr'ouning admir-
ers. We. note-d eMr. Albert Martin. a
fine looking young man from Jackson-
ville. with half a mates and other lin ghtter-lovinz girls.

DOCTORS MISTAIK'ES
Are said often to be burled six feet undei
ground. But many times women call on
their family physicians, suffering, as they
Imagine, one from d yspepsla, another from
heart disease, another from liver or kid-
ney disease, another from nervous pros-
tration, another with pain here and there,
and in this way they present alike to
themselves and their easy-going or over-
busy doctor, separate diseases, for which
he, assuming them to be such, prescribes
his pills and potions. In reality, they are
all only Temt ;;is ca'j ed by some uterine


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Naturally makes them shrink from the indelicate
noxious ranminations, and unpleant local tretmes wh
physicians consider essential in the treatment of disease ot
Yet, if help can be had, itis bettertohmkto this ordeal, tatai
the disease grow and spread. The troubk is time oha the wea. i
an undergoes all the annoyance and shame for nothing. Th_ iw J
of women who have been cured by Dr. Pier'ces Favorite
tion write in appreciation of the cure wtich diqe*se withe the x.
nations and local treatments. There is no other medicine so mre
and safe for delicate women as "Favorite Prescription." It -de
debilitating drains, irregularity and female weakness. It alwa* he
almost always cures.


It is hot and dry here, from which
tho stock is suffering greatly for
water and on account of getting bog-
ged in the ponds.
Mrs. J. P. Phillips and children, of
Ocala, are in our neighborhood for the
week.
Mrs. George Buhl had an experience
the other day she does not care to
have repeated again soon. While pick-
ing blackberries she came very near
getting bitten by a rattle snake. Un-
fortunately the snake got away.
Mr. William Jones is enjoying a
visit from his sister. Mrs. Alice Lewis,
of Starke.
Mr. Walter Douglas was taken sud-
denly Ill while at the home of Capt.
Pyles Saturday afternoon. Dr. A. L.
Izlar was called in and we are glad to
say Mr. Douglass is somewhat better.
Little Lora Baxley. of Croom, is
here on a visit to her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrm. Carl Buhi.
Messrs. John Smith and Sam Phil-
lips went to Ocala Sunday, where they
wvoud prepare to go on the encamp-
me-nt with the Rifles.
Mrs. J. C. Perkins had the misfor-
tune to lose a very fine milch cow last
week. The cow is supposed to have
been snake bitten.
Messrs. Freyermuth and Lyles have
mov.-d their well machine from Mr. J.
M. I uglas' to Mr. J. T. E. Gaskins'
w here they are putting down r four
inch well.
Mr. and Mrs. John Knoblock. of
Martin. are the proud parents of a ten
pound boy. which arrived at their
hlime May ?2. Mrsm Knohloek was


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ents will be found in a pamphlet wrapped around the bottle also in a
mailed free on request, by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. These,
ional Cndorsnents should have far more weight than any amount of th
nary lay, or non-professional testimonials. '. ..
The most intelligent women now-a-da i mst on knowing what tdheyt ii
medicine instead of enei their moths like a lot of young birds'and ulpi
down whatever is offered them. "Favorite Prescription is of KnOWn cCs
POSITION. It makes weak women strong and sick women well.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt oL stamp to pay
pense of mOiling mo. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bu o, N. Y., 31 one-cent |
stampb for cloth-bound copy. -
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge, by letter. AU such conuanic :'
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