Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 11, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03190
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
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cbmnRe"seem, Ne* pepuuI
rTo~ ?NS, GAS

tim Freak ill
'* to Label Al

- Tallahassee. June 11.-Governor Gil-
Sc Ichrist has vetoed the bill pawsed by
SL I ALO K the legite., requiring newspapers
to label all their advertisements. The
li- S 0 governor gives for his veto the follow-
ing reasons, which must seem con-
vincing to any fair-minded and well
inforuped man:
1h 2 MoIl. It has been claimed that la a legal
*so h o I N sense a a or periodical is publish-
e .. n ed wherever circulated. This would
0 t* .tae apply to papers published tIn
YM " 5.CAS0L other states and circulated in this
S ,, state, In which event It would be In
conflict with the interstate commerce
J. CH ACE laws. On the other hant. if It did not
Je E. CHA CE apply to papers published In other
States In the puicatile n of patent
SENTAL URGEne or N herdvertisements.
would operate ea a discrimination
201 1 11 5 t, 1 g ad 11. against the newspapers of this state.
bm.i is.or, Holder Block, The editors., publishers and proprie-
sea 1 W ~ 11e .tore of many newspaper In this state
OCALA, FLORIDA have requested me to disapprove this
T.RM CASH. blllt1tangU that a write-up of a town
-- or county, or any private business af-
fair, for which pay sla made, could not
SDappear In a newspaper without being
.D.. | B N D tagged with the work advertisement;'
: ..Aw o ; commercial and Industrial develop-
sul k = ment;" "interfere with private bust-
O .S-' a Ploor The Maaro ne In which the public Is not inter-
ldl ,Wi lthout a gain of any kind to any-
'"V ,3- ra 222 -;a K, body;" "Inmult and reflection on the
-01 :100, 222;; K-od41B'0, integrity of every newspaper man in
S.* this state;" "work an Injury to the
# Oa Hour- to 1aT 2 .L; 1 .to 4 papers of the state;" -infringment
p. .L; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. upon the constitutional rights and lib-
. ertles of the press:" "one full column
of two-line readers will take one-half
~ of another column of our space to put
F EA tag lines on. The advertiser will not
pay for this and the state makes I no
n m i a-d SM provision for relmburslag as;" "unjust
reflection upon all our newspaper,
PraciseCal- Made Prmptluy nearly all, if not quite all of which
Nuuht orD a yl. yare edited ad conducted by men with
Siht. ay brains and honor, who have been and
Si* on A toObn s teatricMD. S are one of the chief lnstrjnentalities
In advancing the moral ard material
i ofs @ Wesson and Childrea interests of the state;" "Insult to the
newspapers of Florida, tacitly charg-
O *. o Re s 3-22n Holder Buildlng, ing them with wholesale d4shonesty:"
se S Vissr Phones, Office No. 333; realty decreasing their revenues
I oM No. S&. from a legitimate source In the way of
OCALA, FLORIDA publishing disertptive articles and
.-'______......____- other matter which no one would de-
sire to have published under the head
of advertisements;" "drastic meas-
ure;" "exceedingly harmful to the
IC Anewspaper Interests;""constant men-
seace to the peace and welfare of the
SM I B :public;" "the hardship will fall on the
10 M M aN D URu small papers throughout the country
",. a awho can barely eke out an existence."
PIANS WRKHUMD Many other quotations could be giv-
ON APPLICATION en. I know of but one newspaper man
P- 6 11 a 1O6A. rL in. all k1lor who is not opposed to
the measure. Very respectfully,
Alblert W. Gilchrist, Governor.
.A' Ic .t unmindful of dampness, drafts, storm
SAc or cold. W. J. Atkins worked as night
ce vUij watchman at Banner Springs, Teno.
Such exposure gave 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.
OSTRONGBST IN THE WORLD King's New Discovery. "After using
one bottle," he writes, "I went back to
=M 1 FLORIDA CONDON. work as well as ever." Severe colds,
Resdn AWLstubbon coughs, Inflamed throats and
ResdeBe t ASaat sore lungs, hemorrhages., croup and
|- whooping oough g4 quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medl-
-,< T MM lBmm---- l cine. 60c and 31. Trial bottle free,
3R *U WbS- W guaranteed by all druggists.
Chaplain of the United States Senate,
S Opem lt tie lobf ct the Oead is Deed
Us' ineo Boston, Mass., June 1o.-Rev. Dr.
f s Edward Everett Hale, chaplain of tre
OS. th very best service of United States senate, dd at his home
D ll- w hinSo wI ith nWoderB Up- In Roxbhury, yesterday.
pil....... _Stu-uin udtU7y. Electric The deceased, who had for many
S a,- "-dest nnsgos,' years bwn blind, was a .graduate of
Wa. 5mshe Waer at All Harvard in 1843. and held a pastorate
*r c. c a.... in Worcenter, Mass. having charge of
4 YIIT Om U, i nC E, NUW the Unitarian church in that city for
- several years.
, In 1-2 he was elected chaplain of
mm [ **Usm~Al- ImBsa DaikABIM the United States Senate, and held
,-tSZUUiI IW KIr I this peltloa *t the time of his death.
.m, Dr. Male was a noted author and
---'---- clergyman, and was founder and edi-
S"- ,tim R umm Wit he Ustl Os.. tor of several newspapers, including
-- the Christian Examiner, Old and New,
"S l e wor km sa courteoe at- which was finally merged Into Scrlb-
tti1m tO all. 8pecaal attention to near's Monthly. He was a native of
ahUi lBoaton, and was born In 1822.
Or AXND VX D WATRR uMen past middle life have found
S,---c comfort and relief In Foley's Kidney

Remedy, especially from enlarged
T U prostate gland, which is very com-
mo among elderly men.U L Mor-
ri Dexter. Ky, writes: -Up to a year
-. I A| ago my father suffered from klney
. s E ILL S and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced It enlargement of
,a o the prostate gl~ad ad advised an c.p-
eration. On ac~unat of his age we
mi'-"- d s passamn Pruralsted were afraid he could not stand It and
I recommended Fbleys Kidney Rem-
edy. and the first bottle relieved him.
M nd 2 Bt., and after taking the second bott.* he
lM i. UL OALz. pFiA. was no longer troubled with this com-
S"-' plaint." Sold by all druggists.
4 H Canton. Ohio, June 11.-Robert
Wearstler, aged three yeas, son of E.


We have recently bought out the

eithie stock of


from 1. D.

Matheson of Gainesville, and in con-

sequence of the

same,- we

ane over-

stocked with Shoes.

We have too many of them; more

than our store space will allow us to

keep in good shape, and therefore will

tarn them loose at



to the people of Ocala and vicinity.

If you are thinking of buying a

pair of Shoes for yourself or any

member of your family in the next

12 months, which is more than likely,

you will do the right thing to come

and look over our stock- oilShoes.

As t tthe 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 riclhon the people's

money) elected him to:the position of

trust of treasurer of Alachua county.

The space of this ad. and the large

site of the stock will not allow as to

quote prices.

This store will not be undersold

To do what we say and say what we do.

I an artde *rms 1ut to be 0herwse Sa as reprmrd
by us, It Is urlssad mt cdcusmWs; we arwe
here le ake t right, it takes r stere bo I* t


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was submitted to Commander Evans.
It shows that there was a total at
1,185 active camps now as against
1.196 at the last annual report. Texas_
leads with 225 camps, while Arkaasas
has the least-L Florida has 47 camp,
the same number as Missourl. Geor-
gia is second with 115.
The heat Tuesday was Intense and
there were several prostrations. The
flower parade was one of the most
beautiful sights ever seen.

Is of two kinds-conceit and the big
head that comes from a sick headache.
Does your head ever feel like a gou'd
and your 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 a'l
The annual Sunday School picnic of
the Fort King Union Sunday School
will be held Wednesday, June 16. at
Silver Springs. Refreshments on the
grounds. All are cordially invited to

W6aea prprared tDIM~~*
wotkc, of iwease Ii&

our mottii G "D plowi"



publict but dihan e miw l

Use&dsOf ooumvau hnguoll

The Munroe & Cin= i ~

T. If. mumuies, tm .sC. F-- he. V. hin..


A. D. Oliver, who Worked Climax, G.,
Believed to be the Man whe
Worked Breeksvie in
a Similar Fashim
Brooksrille. Fla. June 11-A. D. Oliv-
er, who worked Climax, GaL. so se-
ceasfully, is believed to be well known
here. He came here some years ago,
operating under the name of D. C
Ray. He was born in Ohio, and his
name Is Blazer.
When he came to Brooksvlhle he said
that he had 16C, acres of round
timber near Bartow, an engine and 15
miles of rail. and that he desired to
use the engine and rail while his tim-
ber was being turpentined, aad con-
sequently was looking for a location.
He, in the meantime, went to Oka-
humpka, and agreed to buy a halt In-
terest in a mill there. Through some
means he got a receipt for 1$6.00,
when he 'had not paid a cent on the
mill, and came back to Brookasvlle
and induced Mr. Merritt, owner of the
pole and tie sawmill, to sell him a
half interest in his mill for SNOW.,0
without paying out any cash. He
gained control of the mill property on
credit, operating the mill entirely on
credit. He issued the receipt for 82$,-
000 in establishing credit here, stating
that he had plenty of money, but it
was tied up In his many investments.
Apparently he had no trouble is con-
vincing Mr. Merritt of his financial
ability, as he realized on sales of lum-
ber and advances from lumber buy-
His wife, whom he married in At-
lanta, was a beautiful and accomplish-
ed woman, and they made many
friends here. The best was none too
good for Mr. and Mrs. Ray.
However, he was recognized by a
traveling man. who had known him as
Boyd, in Atlanta, where he carried on
his operations. Knowing that he was
wanted in Alabama, he let the author-
ities there know of Ray, alias Boyd's',
After a hard legal fight, and suc-
essfiully standing off the officers of
Alabama and Florida. Ray was vir-
tually kidnapped by Ohio detectives and
landed In the penitentiary of that
state, where he served his time. He
has since been in the Misslasippi state
prison, from which he escaped, and
to which he will be returned when
Georgia gets through with him.
This is one of the most Cmms
forms of muscular rheumatism. It
attacks the muscles In the small ot
the back. It often comes on sudden-
ly and is so severe that the body can
be moved only with great pain. Keep
as quiet as possle,M as every ,ove-
ment of the body aggravates the dis-
ease. Massage the affected parts
with Chamberlain's Liniment three
times a day until the pals, soreasse
and stiffness have entirely disappear-
ed. It is prompt and effectuaL 6
Engineer Weitman and a Negro Fire-
man Killed
Bartow. June 11.-W. E. Weitman,
engineer on the private railroad line
of the Prairie Pebble Phosphate com-
pany. was killed yesterday when his
engine was overturned by running
into a cow which stepped upon the
track just as the engine came upon
Weltman was thrown under the en-
gine and crushed to death. His fire-
man. Charley Williams, saved his life
by Jumping from the engine, but he
was badly hurt A negro flagman on
the train was killed.
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 PIlLi,
and writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure constipation, biliousness.
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-
The feature of the great reunion was
the report of Adjutant General Mickle,
which was distributed dn pamplet
form among the veterans. The report

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Haywood White Slphur Spri- IO
"Land of the ekye WAYNESVILLE, C. AI ll 1 '
On the Southern Railway, one hour fro- Asbevwim. Cawadl o
No consumptives. Hot and Cold Slp ir Baip 'Mle, bsu-.-_ l
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party a-- f I-L, I
Information address G. C. ROGAN. M amager. (tmw-- f u seWm~T W m "
worth In, Asheville.) .
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an af a or twe. Two cases are P
i ifb t buTaa wto be tieWat Tbe new schedule on the Atlantic
. wltOA. N ,Ie whisk was-to have taken
Dr." De" of the ., k- effect oe next Monday, June 14th, has
Dr. Ditet of the woln knew S bee postponed two weeks, owing to
SOrr & Dickson, Mcntosh, bhinm reasons of the company.-
was I twal yesterday, having come a sne -Sumn.
up Dam m ..b were he is in- .
i tested ia hisg mremstle metaMs PHYSICIANS ANNOUNCEMENT
aN" t I n F U2. Gamble. se Said
bu'nem at DuaneUe was rathbe I takes thin method and opportunity
ist, wl to the -'shattg down to announce to the people of Ocals and
t toa. phmam p S n-, bet vieltty that I have opened an oftfce
peakhIe ot nWites ho aiM use1tar as p hyselcan and surgeon In suite -
1 SA WOO is i00ll01temleitlsn lI s second floor Hoider block, Ocala, la.
tha vegpMMe ee, pa d their .de Shall do a general practice, paying
e" led averyn idact ry state of special attention to obstetrics" diseases
awak t AL -d B tah f women and children. Calls made
-' n.'. _. o..._ _. promptly n1gt or day. Phoe Nos.,
af e Sel, resme.S2 oee hour,
' a'y "*-,-a,- m"orni" -'n ila to 11:30 a. i., 1:30 to 4 p. m., 7 to 3
S 7a 4 Ihur ;eft _. A McClane, M. D.
ar. "knt,: m 11a Piger-
SB g^av I Ne-ha devote the morning of-
bac tk7 --ler ftoem ,es p- ame Ma or Tesday ad Friday of
sa a he le having the time of hes ach week to free consultation to the
f. a we kaew he Ti "WW poor a" mey.-
S tar ta m the late s ta ll, wh -
they wiretlowo t agemoa Cl OR"""OOva
e epa a yer old. FOR SALE OR RENT
OWN ; VWii MB t. T-by have A ave-w e m range grove, with
E t i es M spleaid large trees now filed with
Sa.. of. i-frait, located right at depot na the lit-
J. of Meib- tI town Of ade lake, eglht miles
"eet Is lo t, SO-da-. *e eame to from Batew a"t four miles from
Se a1lWftf Wbaer WHaven. Iage bems of 10 big
." ad ~ b4*a rd remsuitablet for winter' home 'of
up me I. A. aid of Mioamopy.boarding hoe and can be kept filed
ws aas Aert eor rob- alt- aO M F y scattered abd
-4b 1ab a l0gt the 0 wIllm Pi ery cheap. Apply or
4<001 a A bsg lbe WpB c write M. B., Star ofee. Ocala, MI.
dhmS gt rat to secure
a W h Mt a afor the amMth HAY FOR SALE
s-- Wajes a ertieiateP, -1
it-.the gl miagsn iS he is deag bus- Good quality, put up in neat whales.
Iat dlf ebabI- ids and Aleo good pastuage for a few cattle.
ho i to Mrelat.h want the Palmetto Park Farm, 'phone 27A. or
Sto i asem will be X. C. ChamM 'phone It. td

Stena t t asea ta tioso a

Whe absst-Wesat won ta din-
I:pSBI miB emit

asdome Sell"at MF.n Pictures
B T.."eatoaadmd Os sa lyW Wa. Music
SIsMOanmi" gila, the sdog S
ar am a"1 MsIL 3& A. Weshers.
who hatGhp gl aid preWtodbe -

VOL LL .g d Il has ged l a isbalsM e plceblaI
.!1. h..h a1mmeeboe Om be given for4
k mod. 010 8M e time. Theatrical tr pes saya
,I i t e Brick City is a good amsemeat
Stow, that Ita people ke to patronize
I I thbatrial pre m & lem especially ofI
Id l a the better IsMa the trouble hasI
bee foer years there was so suitable
.bu ngig with via w sut*m to pros -
Oat a ged play to advantage.
T2he b S@ assat agaw- Th2is dawback the Mass. of Oasisa
1 tt apeg. pm to reaedy by wmetfi a bumld-
S' L Sj m g up to dwte Ia every particular. To
rh tle a e st. ap. doWs they desire the hearty eopera-
l. Wuhli e Ab f a -m he abrd is- every pn sa l Ocal, itf they
- IM y I MMms that 1he le w- ean only take -eS are. The Masonst
*1 w1odt real tMe Mid a wealth t do at ask you to make thi as a con-
io sWpatew, p I aM et- o taxbsb ad tributles, but as an investment that
mse"s 1 e f cea stase haMtd. ThiilmW at msmt pay 4 per eCat annually
It what 'Mr. Wi S tbb em- a and an a yew or two If you wish theI
surname f'-ML d C ae m. priaelpal back. the Masuse will re-
ONo at heiwb heg a a eho de w.yoMr stoek at.lts fate value.
a i bu t later head a t sa-d aou now have the proposition onj
he weld try -a d It. He admisa whic to assist and base year contri-
"W wwsh a I ogf esadiM aes d MW b-tie e an opera ooMse that will be
a,"hl SI s dgA t a cro.dt to Ocals. An active canvass
wVro a gt. la a word, w a oa ma de by the Masons and
et er ri aIwe ftas Mr. we trust that conservation and ap-
lt iMW anmd reead to be sim preollpn will be show their enter-
Uled MtI a pM ressem n stillB ia re that will make t a success. It
i t l 1 m it ty by this hamby op-ralon an
Whease7_e fSiaptals> ORoperas Iboom c" be bunt. One partyI
li ary l ea helds has agwdee to take 5 of the stock.-
at ha trON 9 st a. d a t to aDd he doesa't lIke 1a Ocala, either,
the a isame ia gnt dai-m ut hasL a hi appreciation of there
d Nm br Lft BOW "Me what place.

WmKS houeI ao, __oti -id DOQ NOT MIEXPERIMENT
Mr. uhl IIf WahlsiI sm tha....tO
if hp 10S e tN aNIethr WMels headed when you need paint. Experiments
that em sro he-eu, d bring them COST MON"Y and ruin property.
So the m a, M0er as were aneon- Ton assume so risk when you buy
aomed hoe gow eftto oryit
aisks. Mr. I a mwd It was no to- as p C
ble to a trivial ho, uk t b o tthem eo m eMw Cent
at In t M aethig for the e p t
k was ffauk to got a sancssikPure,
NWto =-Iftft il b e-.---
a i a frim las d shape, fr as you are PROTETED ABSOILTTE-
whIl e at.0 0 iD N T L by the signed analysis aad gear-
lt I a t & sates, n every T ea You KNOW what
gsmgag3 .W yow are getUa.
Ses i tem Th BMis to not the case with other
Iasks e e, O do the pisdars and he DO NOT EXf'saKmhaNA i
wv e B- "M of hay. Mr. .in
a ejamme aedI "ri s ts lleotii a to
ma st. oi Davis 1- per cent Pure Paint will
Sestand the tet of the most rigid Pure
The ozambnutlNs 1 esosred tsebers Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
dem ad adMener. Btb Hardware Co, Ocala, M la.

Bt to s by Supt . H. OBriaL
N of the teachers, aspired to Oer- Justice C. Martin of Fort Me-
Otl lgh than the eoo9 d gmde. O0y had a subject yesterday In the
1* h1 *eGNe of they eoi peruse apis of me3 J. Jakson, colored, for
Ald4 1me whe tte **mt to me the ow aineg gods smder false pretense
hw so a grammar, eitabin t-* and sentenced him to thirty days or
411 1 0to the -estsI, anad she was $s and costs and refused to give the
Nraseid to ease her labors. That prisoner a hearnla. who, being brought
- M -- wa msed frt- to Sheriff 5. P. Galloway, engaged the
.. ailsm sbosa m aTrvices of Attorney laI N. Green, who
Sas'IV9sat a writ of habeas corpus for
Sftlyas tachsr. The action
V tIIs f tOst lo Detective Young, who killed the al-
r2 al Jesged burglar, Johnson, at Dunnellon
st ome ths ago, and who attended the
toi I" kangflhg i tof Ammons he two weeks
wek,, et w___ te te_ hers ag wont to Alabama this week to
o grad-- cetit work on a case, -ad ran on two burg-
w_ )Is an d a fght eusued i a which the
Ma The rest have finished their two burglars were killed. and Young
wok a" retard homs Mr. Isaac received wounds from which he is
._-a --.-ohe hit F$ eIFts to die-Citrus County Chron-
'--S Te rMisg oum_ tee "'I
V |t> wrk MeIlay ean the

A esl m _sms to hbe almost an A ioece a tna wth tapas at-
'teusmega th. an t ahspotal as ce d fr hulding It to pesltlen,
h 0-1 -Mveol other paleate nsa namint sad bsd onm over the
st fal tis tor t any pas-
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Wanted, at once, an expe
drygoods saleswoman. Must ki
business. Salary no object. A
the Globe. Ocala. Fla.
There are many imitations
Wtt's Carbollsed Witch Hazel
DeWitt's Is te original. Be si
get DeWltt's Carbolized Witch
Salve when you ask for it. It
for cuts, burns and bruises, and
specially good for piles. Sold
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacks
handle silk typewriter ribbons
eeh: $; 7 per dose.
Many of our citizens are drifP
wards Brights disease by nei
symptoms of kidney aTnl
trouble which Foley's Kidney i
will quickly cure. Sold by all

Ten years experience. Refe
any music teacher in Ocala
music house In Jacksonville.
23. A. ME Lanford. city. 1-
To avoid serious results take
Kidney Remedy at the first s
kidney or blader disorder a
backache, urinary irregularities
haustlon. and you will soon t
Commence taking Foley's
Remedy today. Sold by all dr

Next Monday, Tuesday and Wi
day the State Board of Denta
saluers will be in session In Oc
examine, in both practice and t
the 25 to 3 applicants for certi
to practice dentistry in Florida.
board of examiners is composed
following: Dr. T. B. Welch, of
sacoa, president: Dr. W. T. I
of Tampa, secretary; Drs. J. E.
Oeala; R. P. Taylor, Jacksonvll
C. F. Kemp of Key West.
On Thursday. Friday and Sa
the State Dental Society will
session with headquarters at the
House. There will be from 75
members present from all parts
The officers of the State
Society are Dr. C. L. Nance. T
president; Dr. IL F. Blalock,
first vice president: Dr. R. L. J
son, Plant City, second vice prei
Dr. Dolier Leitner. formerly of
recording secretary: Dr. C. H.
of Jacksonville, corresponding
These gatherings in Ocala will
together in our city a body of
who will lend dignity and cha
to any city-the very best of th
senship from the different parts
state. They will angle and exi
Ideas and knowledge. discuss
provements in the professilo
measures for the good of the
through their profession.
The Florida @tate Board of
Examiners will lold a meeting
city beginning next Monday f
purpose of passing on the qum
tons of those desiring to eng
the practice of dentistry In this
The examinations will be con
from both theoretical and pr
standpoints, the theoretical exi
tion being written and the pr
consisting of actual work done
chair and in the laboratory.
Only graduates of reputable
colleges are eligible for exami
There will be between 25 and
plicants before the board and ea
plieant will be required to put
gold and one amalgam filling.
work will be done without cost
patient. Those who desire to
themselves of this opportunity
please ask for Dr. Chace at the
House on Tuesday at 2 p. m.

by local applications, as they
reach the diseased portion of tl
There is only one way to cui
ness, and that is by constit
remedies. Deafness Is caused
inflamed condition of the m
lining of the Eustachian Tube.
this tube Is Inflamed you have ,
bung sound or imperfect hearing
when it is entirely closed, deaf
the result, and unless the infl
tion can be taken out and th
restored to its normal condition
Ing will be destroyed forever;
cases out of ten are caused by c
which is nothing but in inflame
dition of the mucuous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred
for any case of deafness (cau
catarrh) that cannot be cur
aill's Catarrh Cure. Send for
lars. free.-
F. J. VCHaNrE & CO., Toled
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take
Family Pills for constipation.

Washington. June 11.-Fair t
local showers Saturday.
the merits of the Texas Wond
would never suffer from kidney
.der of rheumatle trouble. S1 bot
theath's treatment. Sold by dr
or by mall. Send for testlmoni
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Stre
Louis, Mo.
A good gentle milch cow with
heifer calf.,. for sale cheap.
Smith. 6-11-dwlw
Colds that hang on weaken ti
stitutlon and develop into co
tion. Foley's Honey and Tai
persistent colds that refuse to :
other treatment Do not exp
with untried remedies as delay
result in your cold settling o
lunas. Sold by all druggists.

" __ rFor further Information call on r
write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
N G-EORGE FIX J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A., Tampa, I This
rienced Red and Fire Brick Work Owing to the demand for cars and P- ae
now tht hands for the melon business, the
pply at Special attention to repairing fur- crosstle and train wood business here .
naces, boiler setting and Dutch li;s been suspended for a time.
ovens, brick kilns and baker's Cards have been received announe- I r to-y frm te ltr
of De- ovens. If your boiler doesn't steam ing the marriage of Miss Katie Beg g
Salve- as it should, send for me. I am the Peters of Memphis. Tenn.. to Mr. Da-
ure you doctor. Ivid Gillette of Tampa on June 14th,
I Hazel All Work Gu-ranteed- !at Grace church, Memphis. Mr. and
is good A" rs. Gillett will be at home at Tam- E A IT -'
d is es- No distance too tare ana no hour; pa after September 1st Mr. Gilette E L-. A t i
by all too late to respond. At the Carlton was born and spent his boyhood here.
House. I being the elder son of our former I -WLL- l
OCALA, FLORIDA townsman, Mr. Myron E. Gillette.
sonville. .. ... Mrs. E. A. Ricker has returned fr e
s, 75c. Jacksonville to her home here, and has- W WO or FPr
OCALA PRESSIlP I CLUBR been appointed station agent for the
OCAL A r.t,, bLUB ;,s:A- A. I. railway. which position she
4ng to- J. J. FORT, Proprietor has filled with the exception of the
die:tins past two months since the building of ._
bladder Rates reasonable. All goods press- the Lake Weir branch.
it-mo Iv ed and cleaned on short notice and iMr. Thomas B. Snook returned a
I druig- delivered promptly. All transient f,-w days since from a very pleasant
work not called for in 30 days will visit to New York. While there bhe -L--
be sold for charges. met a former South Lake Weir boy,
-..........____. Edgar McMahan. who has a position
with the Metropolitan Street Railway
o..and is doing welL D ig e
erencinl i i Kate Clark. the wife of Peter
P any Cl1 UIP IIilark, one of the best known and most
'Phoney ,**iyI I II I II highly respected colored residents of
g--tf t "w BnS yaur I ngt ffi d with eroe aI sa Wpirsdale. died very suddenly Bnday
injection ofwarts water ene- r 2ybrWfon -f.vening, leaving a family of six small W aqu a
IA -a Chaeanzsc asionmy b'We^q. I children, besides three older onea.

yuch fr o as ,1kah're who would be missed as much hn
s el merely regretted, by both whites and
be wel!. I Ap;or KaaK Im am &I 1W fI
Kidney est For adred.
K-ists nTe y.est 1r ,ord was received here a few dys s _eal .dwame "' MN '
uggists. ThIeowels .sin.e of the death of Rev. Mr. Mc- aad1 pSmI n p ellll dia 1t
Nar llin. Detroit. Mich. Mr. McNary Ig 8a A imd tm "g A. t .8mw

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ednes. P OF THC Carwr Paid t"ma shy
dnes- 9 U Running Away with Asher |
l Ex- Mama Wi fe
Ial, to
theory : Your home bank is the hub to which Branford. Fla, June 11.--C. M. Mar-
ficates is attached the various spokes of the phy. a wealthy contractor and planter.
SThei whole business community, Closely shot Paxton Carver, while the latter
of the: and s.tcurely connected, the different sat in a coach of a passenger trala as
f Pen- interests of the community work well it stopped here at noon yesterday.
Mason. together. Carver was carried from the train to
Chace, Th,- b :nk is dependent upon the the depot platform, where e died '
e, andl people; its success is due to the sue- minutes later. Sheriff Riekerus of
leess of the people. The customers qo Live Oak, Fla.. who was on the tra a
turday! this bank are more generally success- arrested Murphy. V i
be tn ful than people who have no bank According to Murphy's story Crpe
Ocala, connections. We cannot afford to be and Mrs. Murphy eloped from the
to 100 associated with failures. Burtinton farm Wednesday. The has- l CflIflT fl I l
of the: The people are dependent upon the band learned of this he said, sad k c V C
Bank; they receive benefits made pos- learned that Carver was ret ralng to
Dental sible only by existence of the bank. Burtinton to get some of his below m- --
rampa, They can better afford to be connect- ings, which the hurry of the- 99O- ih W W Inll r
Ocala, ed with a strong, safe and successful ment caused him to leave thene.'Mar- -- w a a ww
Ander- bank. the spirit of enterprLse is con- phy met the train and killed Carve.
sident; tagious. Both men have relatives here. Career
Ocala. Men go to the bank to borrow, to was unarmed. A preliminary trial will II T
Frink, Ileave money for safe keeping and for be given Murphy tomorrow. He and
sec- active use. when they wish to send Mrs. Murphy have several children.
away money and for a hundred and
I bring one various important reasons. TEACHER'S SUMMER
r men This bank strives to give each cus- TRAINING SCHOOL
aracter tomer a personal service that will A
te citi- suit his individual business interests.,
of the We appreciate the business that our Teacher's summer trainlang CB o u 1
change customers give us and aim to make beginning on Monday. June 28th. IMp,
* Im- every transaction satisfactory. and continuing for a term of ati week. .
i and will be conducted at Gainsvfllt and Tal-
public. THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK lahassee for white teachers, and at the
colored normal school at Talmlmahss
Ocala, Florida for colored teachers. co ( At .-t
Dental These schools will be co- educatdomal. a V iW 13 U
in this Tuition will be free, and board can be 1 At
or the PICNIC AT MOSS BLUFF had at a normal figure. tl
alifica- The legislature of 1909 did not make
age in There will be a picnic at Long Lake an appropriation for defrayinm the
state. school house, at Moss Bluff. July 1. traveling expenses of teachers In at-
ducted All are cordially invited. tendance upon these schools, coMe-
tactical A. M. HUGGINS. quently, those who attend will have to
amina- pay their own transportation. How-t VIa m &
tactical ever, an effort will be made by the
at the A A state superintendent of public lasttruet- ,in
IC M TR I U | IA t ion to secure a one-third fare for the W A
dental W1160 O .-- return trip.
nation I C The instructors for the white sehool,---
30 ap- i Ii | Y A fl-h who are specialists in their respective -i V
,ch ap- K j W m I M AWJ lines. will be selected from among the UIIIiIRl U
in one .> .. h principals of the senior high schoot
This i --. --V j.. and the leading colleges and unaver-
to the Signatre f spities of the state. 1 A A..
Savail The corps of instructors for the cl- U
y will1 ored teacher's summer normal tra- *
Ocala SKILLED PAINTING ing school will be the best that can be P j in ft 0
I am prepared to take any job of had for the character of work to be 9
painting, no matter how large or how done.
RED small, or how fine the work desired In addition to the professional traa-
cannot uhay be. I have the material, brushes Ing offered by each summer cool, a1
he ear. and knowledge to paint and do it opportunity will be given those a at- W e tls wI I Um f
redeaf- right. Houses painted inside and out. tendance to prepare for any grade of --
utional Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing, ,certificate authorized under the law. D. 1 ..--. |-
by an varnishing and lettering and sign After the close of the term. beginning a ia o f- a-e-
ucuous painting. Taste and skill guaranteed. on Monday, August 9th, In Galnesville
When Address P. 0. Box 1."5. or leave word and Tallahassee, examinations will be t 5 V. W
a rum- at the Star offict.. K. W. Fillyaw, given applicants for state, primarytSw w -*
ng, and Ocala. Fla. tf and special certificates.
ness 's For information concerning the
amma- Everyone would be benefited by white school at Tallahassee, write to
is tube taking Foley's Orino Laxative for con- Dr. Edward Conradi, principal, Talla-
, hear- stipation, stomach and liver trouble. hassee. Florida.
nine as it sweetens the stomach and For information concerning the col-
latarrh. breath, gently stimulates the liver ored school, write Prof. N. B. Young,
ed con- and regulates the bowels and is much principal. Tallahassee, Florida.
superior to pills .and ordinary laxa- Very respectfully your, F I
Dollars tives. Why not try Foley's Orino Lax- J. HL Brinson, Suapt. a ,
ised by ative today? Sold by all druggists. -- VAl, u I I'f
...... ...- $17.65-Asheville. N. C., July 12. 14 I
do. 0. and 15. Limit July 31. /
Hall's $17.65-Asheville. N. C., June 17. I L -
mI-I-II,, I i U. Iim Limit June 25. StopowwI allowed. _
r mLuI. JL.J.j $14.25-Atlanta. Ga., June 19, 20. Limit
June 25. Stopovers allowed.
$12.40-Athens, Ga., June 26. 27. 28.
Limit 15 days. Extension to Septem- I A flT A
onlght; IMPORTED 6WISS CHEESE, ber 30. Stopovers. I M 9- OF
$1 8,25-Knoxville, Tenn., June 2, 21. 12 N C...
POTATO CHIPS, 22, 26, 27. LImit 15 days. Extm- I OI W
sion to September 30. Stopovers. | -I --w .
COD FISH WAFERS, $27.25-Louisville. Ky.. June 5. 6. 7.
er. CRYSTALIZED GINGyou Limit June 17. Extension to June -- a_ Ut
tle two $..0--Nashville, Tenn., June 6. 7. 8,
lsts FARINA, TAPIOCA, BARLEY, 14 15, 16 28, 2, 80. Limit 15 days.
als. Dr. EXTRA FINE FRENCH PEAS Extension to Septembe 30. Stop-
,t St. r M nn $16.25-Memphis. Tenn.. June 5, 6,7. J Qt .traght LN. I
FIRST CHOICE MUSHROOMS, Limit June 14. Extension to July 1. I I ,
CELERY SALT, Stopovers. A Cf Whis S
S CELERY SALT $15.25-Tuscaloosa, Ala, June 8, 1. 12.
CHOICE EVAPORATED APRICOTS 14. Limit 15 days. Extension to
t young ,,PRUNES ANDSPACHS ,v September 30. Stopovers.
E AND PEACHES. $83.90-4104.66-Los Angeles and San _
rancisco, on sale various dates. hine uuik a-
Limit October 31. Variable routes
he co 0. K. GROCERY sta* Lrwahsin.t. Variable 1 u
naurn- IDroutes and stopover;. Limit (-to-
r cures CLARK BROTHERS ber 31.
yield to PROPRIETORS $18.70-Monteagle and Sewannee.
erim, nt Tenn.. July 1. 10, 17. 23, 24. 3, A-S ID
y nay. Tw 17, Aal, F gust 13. and 14. Limit September ES rE A
y *........ w S 7 Ca, 5. Stopovers allowed.


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SHe didn't rtwpnip if you were a little demoom
c Et oatirri l at times. Now he does. He's
the e n man. He didn't understand then.
He doesn't now. Then he thought it was Ca-
prce and likedit. Now he thinks it is caprice
alnd doesn't like it. But now be's busy getting

If le realized the full truth be would be more thab
to have the wife he loves take the right Pmedy
to a tore her to true womanly health. Most men don't
know that when a woman is weak, nervous, irritable nd
S despondnt, there is invariably something radicay wro, g
with the delicate .feminine organs with which her eat
gh|ulp 'a s sensitive sympathy.
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It makes wi hood happy, and mooderhood easy. It makes
Sd-th ot am d almost painless. It helps to make
red "ew women." An honest druggist won't urge
uon you a substitute.
This "Fawrite Piescription" is a pure *ceic
~t ft of native medicinal roots and contains no al-
ohol, iajurious or habit-forming drugs. A full list of
its h redients printed on its outside wrapper and
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I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron. Steel. Brass. Copper, Zinc,
Tn, Lead, Rubber. Bagging, barrels, Ieather, Etc.; old Eanlne,
Boilers. Rans. Etc. whether as second-hand or scrap and pay the
highest price in cash for same. Write or call on me and let me know
what you have and were it Is located.

and taste as weet. That's why Schles-
lage's a"d Lowney's Candles In half
adl p d boxes are so poplar. Pure
Imetloms theme; Sav der dlous. Our
oauteiTOmery Is free from adultera-
tion. It Is wholesome and healthful.
very kind of confectionery bhere.

Messrs. Scott and Taylor deny the
soft Impeachment that they are mil-
lionaires, therefore they have hot pur.
chased an auto apiece, but only one
and that ogle they are now using.
Mr. George Chambers, of the Ocala
Fire Department returned today from
a visit to Jacksonville and while there
went to Camp Bryan and made the
Ocala Rifles a pleasant visit. He said
the camp grounds are beautifully lo-
cated on 'the St Johns river eight
miles from Jacksonville and the boys
are enjoying their outing.
Everybody attend the baby show at
the armory tomorrow afternoon from
4 to 6. The show promises a big suc-

Miss Agnes Schlatre of Boardman.
who took the teachers' examination,
returned home today. While here she
was the guest of Miss Bottolaccio.
Miss N. K. Smith. one of Ocala's
most efficient trained nurses, went to
Inverness the other day. to take
charge of a patient.


Woodmen meet this evening.
M. L Conoly of Perry. is at th.-
Mr. J. H. Parker of Gainesviile. is
at the Montxuma.
Mr. Fr.i'Wt II .. i . -t f the
OtcalI Hou0L...
Mr. B. S. Branch of Summe-ri-eld i
at the Montezuma.
Mr. George Chambetrs r,-turned from
Jacksonville this morning.
Mr. Ed returned thi. mtorn-
Ing from a business trip to Gainesville
Mr O'RBannon of Lunnl:on. was Iin
town today.
Mr. J. S. McAllister of R-ldlilk. i<
at the Moitezuma


Insect Destroyer and Disinfectant.
Instant Death to Bed Bugs, Fleas,
Reaches, Mosquitoes and Flies. De-
stroys Germs and Sterilizes the Eggs
of Insects. Foul Odors are Purified by
Its Use.
In Quarts. Half-Gallon and Gallon


5 or 6 doses 6W will cure any case .
of ChUlls and Fever. Price 25c. 1
I Mr J. A. Hamilton, an industrious
L. W. Jackson of Gainesville was' faim.-r and trucker of Anthony. was
In town today, on hih way home. in town this morning and said on
"-"me- of his shipments of tomatoes and
Alfred Ayer and family went up to nitaloupes he did well. but Just now
their farm at McIntosh this afternoon., th,- market is off.
Mr. Fort. of Lynne. a brother of Jim Pyles. now in Ocala. but who
Commissioner Fort, was in town today., lived here for a long time. is in South
Carolina on a vacation. If he doesn't
Capt. J. B. Martin was up from Moss stop over in Inverness on his way
Bluff yesterday. home and visit his friends he is liable
to get shot-ted--Citrus County Chron-
Anthony has a new doctor-F. E.' idle.
Miller of Georgia.

Charles Gates came up from the
lake this afternoon.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
J. S. McAllister of Reddick. was a
guest of the Montezuma yesterday.
Miss Alta Pearson returned last
night from Gainesville. Ga.. where she
has been attending college.
Mr. Iarry Leavengood will leave
Saturd# for Tampa. where he has ac-
cepted a position.
Mr. Mala Haughton returned home
last night from Jacksonville and is at
the Ocala House with his parents.
Mr. J. R. Martin returned todnv
from Seabreeze. where he went to lo-
cate his family for the summer.
Messrs. Rowland Blitch. Will Jeff-
coat and Ed Tucker went down to the
lake this afternoon to spend the night.

M. H. Baum of Crystal River. sub-
s.ribed $100 to the contingent fund of
the Orange Growers Association of
the state. This was a generous gift.
especially as Citrus county is not en-
rolled in the association.-Citrus
county y Chronicle.

Mr. W. A. Baxley. of Croom, late of
this city, has been in town for several
days. Mr. Baxle.y says spirits of tur-
pentine are not soaring very high, but
he has one of the finest gardens you
ever saw and is raising lots to eat, be-
sides some good staple crops.

Dr. Meciane nas now straightened
out his handsome apartments in the
Holder blopk and has entered upon his
future career as an Ocala practitioner.
The doctor is much pleased with our
city and is being kept comfortably
Mr. Will Marlowe and family are
moving into the Rheinauer cottage,
which has been made ready for him
by the addition of an extension to the
,lining room. Workmen are now en-
gaged in the same work on the cot-
tage on the other corner of the block,
occupied by Mr. Blaine.

Mrs. lKenry Gordon and little daugh- Mr.i salesmanstorepairer anduccessfulner.
ter went down to Plant City to visit piano salesman, repairer and tuner,
ter went down to Plant ity to visitsays he made a sale yesterday that Is
friends this afternoon.a most unusual one. He sold a piano,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy R an and a very fine one to a man at Williston.
hldren Mrs. Roy waan paid him a deposit of $100 on the
children returned to rooksv ille this instrument when he signed the con-
afternoon after a stay of seven tract before the instrument was ship-
weekped from the factory. Mr. Lansford
Mrs. J. E. Stevens and son came is kept very busy and is doing well in
1 "Ioth branches of his business.
this afternoon and went down to the
lake to visit Mr. and Mrs. Griggs.
Tihe- priz.,s for the baby show are
REXALL now on exhibition in Mr. Burnett's
window. The contributors were Mrs.
Mr. P. J. Theus is at Holder and (larenee Camp. handsome solid silver
Dunnellon attending to business. He knife, fork, spoon: Marcus Frank.
will return tomorrow, baby cap: Tydings & Co.. tray. toilet
set, powders and soap; Rheinauer &
Mrs. Charles Rogers of Lynne and Co.. silver spoon: G. S. Scott & Son.
Mrs. C. A. Fort. left today for Rock- pretty ring;: A. F. Burett, two gold
ledge and Daytona to spend some time pins: King's DaughtIrq, two fine silver
with friends. swoons. LeAt everybody remember the
show Lbgins at 4 and lasts until 6
The, city court disposed of two o'clock at the armory. Entries free
cases this morning, one white plain and will be received until the show
drunk and one colored disorderly. "peis. Admission. 10 cents. Cake
and lemonade on sale. Ice water free.

FPshelville is growing. Six new
houses are going up and all are rent-
ed but two.
5 or 6 doses "W will ure any ease
of ChMlls and Fever. Price 25c.
William Gist. the farmer, trucker
and cattleman of McIntosh. has been
spending several days on his stock
farm near Santos. He returned home

Dr. Lawrence Scott, of Birmingham.
Alabama. is visiting his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. 0. S. Scott for a few days.

Mr. Robert Munroe of Anthony. vas
in town today. Mr. Munroe \was .qk-
ed if he came up in his auto. "No,'"
replied the gentleman. "I used the hay
Dr. W. McMullen. of Monthrook. is
In town today, having come down in
his auto. Wilbur Smith. one of the
Ocala Gas Engine garage boys. will
accompany him home.
D. 0. and L. V. Cash. of Jackson-
ville. representing a scales conipany.
are guests of the Montezuma.
A man by the name (rt Steele from
Zuber Is in the from injuries
received from a scald. He is a Wood-
man and the choplp-r.s are looking af-
ter him.
Allen W. Bridges. manager of the
J. R. Martin Hardware Co.. believes
In the motto: "'God bless our home."
and with that idea in view has orna-
mented his show windows with a loot
of attractive pictures, all neatly fram-
ed. for the small sum of 49 cents ,-ach
They are so cheap, they will go quick.
Mrs. Kallenberger and children went
down to the lake yesterday afternoon
to spend some time on its delightful
A fine subject at the Air Dome last
night was the romance of the Middle
Ages in Italy. the "Duchess of Brac-
lamno ~ -T'he Great Mirathon Dr.n.-

The Globe, the "Underselling Store.
has entered into a contract with the
Star for 40 inches, two full colummas
of space, each day In the daBy and
weekly for one year. In this space
Mr. Goldman. the wide awake partner
and manager of the Globe, will tell
the people of this vicinity something
new and to their interest each week.
This week the ad is about shoes.
The store has too many, having bought
a large stock in Gainesville, in addi-
tion to an already complete stock and
will offer great bargains for a short
Few merchants In Ocala have ever
made a better success than Mr. Gold-
man of the Globe. He has original
and sound ideas about conducting the
business. is a liberal advertiser and
is doing well. He finds that the store
must have more room, more than
twice what he now occupies and las
looking ahead for it. There is not a
house in Ocala with the exception of
some of the mail order liquor houses,
that has spent the money for adver-
tising and printing that the Globe has
during the past three years. The
Globe would no more think of trying
to do business in the open air than to
try to get along without advertising.
Other houses would do well to spend
a little more for advertising. They
will find, as Mr. Goldman has, that it
Elsewhere in our columns will be
seen the announcement of a new buqi-
ness for Ocala. and while new in some
respects, it is old in others, as Mr. J.
R. Moorhead, who is its manager. has
constantly resided in Ocala for 26
years, and is known to every person
in Marion county. Jim has ideas Just
how concrete and cement work should
be done, in order to obtain the best
results, and with his experience along
tha Inc. we bespeak success for hn.
and satisfaction to those who trust
their work to his skill and Judgment.
Messrs. A. G. Gates, Stephen Jewett
and John Graham of Ocala, and C. M.
Carnm, of Reddick, are forming an in-
corporation that will start a new lime
industry in Marion county. The plant
will be established on a tract of land
owned by Mr. Carn about half a mile
southeast of Reddick, said to contain
a very fine deposit of lime rock. The
A. C. L. railway has built a switch to
the property.
On June 14th, the Atlantic Coast
Line will sell tickets from Ocala to
St. Petersburg and return for $2.55
for the round trip. The tickets will
be good to return to and including
the 19th. Some excursions on the bay
will be arranged by the people of St.
Petersburg and a good time can be
had by all who go. For other Infor-
mation call on F. J. Huber, ticket
agent, Ocala, Fla.
Messrs. George and Herbert Martin
went to Eastlake this afternoon with
their tent and camping outfit, where
they will enjoy a weeks' stay. The
Crim boys and other friends will be
with them part of the time.

Capt. T. H. Johnson has loaded the
twentieth car of melons from his 160-
acre field at the northeast corner of
the city limits. He will probably load
ten more cars from this field.
Knight & Lang have received a
number of dump carts from the fac-
tory at Wilson, N. C. The McKean
Lumber Co. bought on, as soon as
they were placed on exhibition.
Jack McCully, one of the prosperous
farmers and truckers of the Fellow-
ship section and one of the frathful
trustees of the Fellowship school, was
a visitor to the city today, calling on
Supt. J. H. Brinson.
Mr. Mellon. the Micanopy sawmill
man. and Dr. Montgomery, the noted
physician of the same place, were in
town today in the former's auto.
Mr. Albritton. Sr. of Dalsy. was in
town today and said his crops were
in fine condition. Mr. A. has just
passed through a severe spell of sick-
Mrs. R. E. Brigance. the estimable
proprietress of the Palmetto House,
has been confined to her bed for a
week or so with erysipelas. Her many
friends wish her a speedy recovery.
Mr. Whitfield of Jacksonville has
arrived in Ocala and taken Mr. A. 0.
Lucius' chair in the Arcade Barber-
shop, Mr. Lucius being confined to the
hospital with appendicitis.

Mr. D. T. Jeffcoat, brother of WilL
has graduated from the Tampa Bus-
ness College. He has arrived in Ocala
and taken a position in rM. J. M. Mef-
fert's office. dA
Miss Lorena Freeman of Bellevlew,!
and Miss Wendel of Belle Plain. N.
Y.. who has been spending some time|
at Belleview, left for the north yester-
day. Miss Freeman went to Pittsburg
to spend the summer with friends.
Mr. Dudley Youngblood came down
from Dutton in the Mutual Mininig
company's new Reo auto yesterday
and spent the day and night with his
family. Mr. Youngblood is very eulo-
gistic in his praise of Ocala.
Meet me at the drug store on the

Dr. Charles Walkup of McIntosh has
received his diploma from a Baltimore
medical college and will practice his
profession at home.
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to the lucky one on July 1.

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as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
ase ne of the greatest gifts that God
has made to woman." writes Mrs. 0.
Rhinevault. of Vestal Center, N. Y..
"I can never forget what it has done
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a woman buoyant spirits, vigor of
body and Jubilant health. It quickly
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Modern cottages, all conveniences.
well located and new. Apply to Jos-
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For rent an eigbt-room residence
well located on South Third street.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph.
at the Montezuma hotel.
via the

017. Asheville, N. C., and return,
account International Convention
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25, 1909.
$14.25J Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
$17 5, 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.
$31.U-Memphibs. enn.. and return,
account Interstate Cotton Seed
Crushers' Association. Tickets on
sale May 16., 17 and 18. Final limit
May 22, 1909.
$L0-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.
8.35-Savannah, Ga.. and return, ac-
count General .ssemby Presbyter-
Ian church In United States. Tick-
ets on sale May 17. 18 and 19. Final
linit June 2, 1909.
c20o.-Nashville. Tenn.. and return,
account Annual Session Sunday
School Congress and Young Peo-
ple's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale
June 7. 8 and 9. Final limit 15 days
from but not Including date of sale.
$l5S--Tuscaloosa, Ala., and return.
account summer school for teachers
University of Alabama. Tickets on
sale June 8. 9, 12. 14, 19, 21. 2S, July
3rd 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 30, on payment of
fee of $1.
$20JO-Nashville. Tenn., and return.
account Peabody College summer
school for teachers and Vanderbilt
Biblical Institute. Tickets on sale C7 i 14 15 1* 9- .9 and A0.

FRIDAY, JUNE t', 1909


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Beautiful Program of the Children's
Day Exerises,.
Mr. J. R. Williams went down to
Ocala Monday.
Mr. Ray Bullock. of Ocala. attend, d
court here Monday.
Mrs. Sam Harris and Mrs. Hamp-
ton Pettis went up to Jacksonville last
Misses Ethel and Loul.p Borland
are home from Rollins College. Miss
Louise graduated with high honors
last Thursday.
Mrs. J. W. Ray. of Palatka. came
down Saturday to view her new home.
They will move soon.
Mr. T. Burt Hoy. -xp.ress messenger.
has succeeded Mr. Andrew Ellis on
the Citra run. Mr. Ellis i. now on
the run from Lakeland to Waysross
Mrs. E. 0. Sherouse and baby re-
turned to their home In Palatka Mo.n-
Miss Apple Redditt leaves Fridlay
for Jacksonville, where she will visit
several days.
Mrs. C. W. Driver went down to
Ocala last Friday.
Marshal Whitley went down to
Ocala Monday.
Miss Eugenia Burleson visited in
Ocala last week.
Mrs. J. N. Malphurs and children
went up to Worthington Springs
Wednesday for a few days.
The Children's Day exercises Sun-
day were very much enjoyed by a
large crowd of Citra people. The pro-
gram was gracefully carried out and
presided over by Mrs. J. S. Wyckoff
and Mrs. A. C. White. Miss May
Borland presided at the organ, ac-
companied by Mr. Sparr with violin.
and their music was greatly enjoyed
the children. All did fine, especially
In the processional march, which was
so gracefully led by little Misses Lula
Getzen and Winnie Crosby. The dec-
orations were beautiful, lovely flowers
and potted plants everywhere.
The Program
Processional hymn and march.
Prayer by the superintendent, ended
by the Lord's prayer chant.
Hymn, "Love .Devine."
Address of welcome, Ethel Crosby.
Responsive reading.
"Children's Day Greetings," by four
little girls.
"Little Sunbeams," by primary.
Recitation. Louise Crosby.
Song, "Thank God for Little Chil-
Recitation, five little boys.
Recitation, "The Legend of a Rose,"
by Kathleen Wyskoff.
Exercise. by Juniors.
Recitation. Willie Harrison.
Solo, "Give Thanks and Sing," Miss
Louise Borland.
"Building the Tower, or the Light
of the World," by seven boys.
Exercise, by Junior class.
"The Object of Children's Day Of-
fering," David White.
Song. Offering. Chorus.
Collection, Howard Spann and Wil-
bum Melton.

It was agreed that all the patrons o04
of the Key Pond or Lake Bryant
sch-ools having int' r,-st in th-e mropors-
ed new location of the school be re-, 1i
quested to meet tith the bnard at it.; di
.pi-cial meeting f.r th.- purlpse (,f
considering the- prolpos'l changes in
the location of th- scho-ol.
The supervisor of the M,,ntague col- I
ored scho-l alpplarvd to request that
the board pay the fall sairy 'if the
third t'acht-r. A'ti,,n was d,-ferrod U
until the special mi.e.ting.
Mr. D. M. Waldron. sul..rvivor of I
the Bay Lake school. aplipar.d with
rt ference to the building of a new
school house to take the place of the
one that was destroyed by fire. He
was instructed to go ahead and make 4 T
arrangements for the building of the r.
house, ascertain.the cost and partic-
ulars of same and report at the special
meeting of the board.
The following hills wcr,- audliteBil
and ordered paid: Ocala Plumbing & Bo&rdin
Electic Co.. on Ocala disti.t for put- Boys from S
ting fausets at school buildi' g. $1.2.: I lectual, Mol
J. W. Johns, on Dunn,'lon district f,.r Pool. Conip
running wagon for eighth month. $3:: Recreation
V. B. Long. for repairing county school I
wagon. $2.5O: Ocala Banner for print-
ing and publishing xaminatiton no-
tice, $5.50: Ocala Star for job work'
and publishing examination notice.
$6; Commercial Bank. for interest on
warrants rt.deemetd in May. $S7.43: J.
H. Brinson. for postage and express
on examination questions. $3.7!9: T. E.
Pasteur, for commission. $123.75: J.
L. Wiley. from Slate r fund for sundry
items of expense connected with the
industrial work of Fessendcr Acad- l
emy. $10.2.1.
Teachers' reports anti accounts were
audited and ord.-rti paid amounting
to $1.922.
Thle board adjourned for th,' day.
O,.:ila. Fla.. June S. 190)9.
The Hoard of Public uIntrucll tlio
met pursuant to adjournm. nt. The
treasurer's report was received and ,,
checked up showing county warrants 1OOn
cane,-ll-.d amounting to $7.004.2S. leav-
ing a balance ,f $4; .."T Sub-distri't tS
warrants c:tncel: i d amount' t od to
$1.991.f,4. leaving a total lh:,iancf'- of
sub-district funds on h:'iid of $::.6 3.f09.
The board then :djourn'1, to take up
the. work mof cinducti-Tz tli' stat'- tni-
form examination for teaehr.s. r
J. f. lBrinson. Secretary


Last Sunday 'h\;. ,lrv',1 as Chil-
dren's Day by our y nday Schl, and
a very plewaiant o'ccasi'ii it wa The
good ladies of the il.iaee l-si'rve much
credit in the \vwav the had it -truc"l
the children. The following is. the
j rocgramn:
1. Processlinal hymnn bIy schi-ol.
2. Prayer by (). G. Olin.
3:. So! g by school. !
4. Recitatio)n. "Childrin's e Day
rrectin." by IBertha (u!hry. Elma
5. Responsiv, reading. "Th-e Story
of Palms and Praises in the Ibl'."
6. Recitation. "Palms and Praises."
by Mabel Aikins.
7. The Story in song. "Hosanna,"
by s ho'l.
8. "The lAIrd of the- King." by
Mrs. B. ('. Wbb's (Oaz.
9. Recitation. "Tho, First Children's

The Knock-oct Blow.
Ihe blow which knocked out Corbett
was a revelation to the prizm fighters.
From the earliest days of the ring the
knock-out blvw was ainud fur the jaw,
the temple or the jugular vein. Stomach
punches were thrown in to worry and
weary the fighter, but If a scientific man
had told one of the old fightTrs that the
most vulnerable spot was the region of
the stomach, he'd have laughed at him
for an ignoramus. Dr. Pierce is bringing
ho sto toe public a parallel fact; that
th 3 ma e s the most vulnerable organ
out of'be pr'e ring as well as in It. We
protect ur hbtji throats, feet and lungs,
but the M -e are utterly IndifTer-
ent to, until diseflinds the solar plexus
and knocks us out. Make yourstomch
und and stro0 eby thejis- cf "oct
ierceZGoilr N caf 1 1c ryr a'a
XoU protectL) yyr-l in m votit nmio Y Ir-
re sotW "Golden Medical discovery I
cur-es 'wek stomach," Indigestion, or
dyspepsia. torpid liver, bad. thin and Im-
pure blood and other diseases of the or-
gans of digestion and nutrition.
The "Golden Medical Discovery" has a
specific curative effect upon all mucous
surfaces and hence cures catarrh, no
matter where located or what stege it
may have reached. In Nasal Catarrh It
Is well to eleanse the passages with Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy fluid while using
the "Di-covery"as a constitutional rem-
edy. Why the "Golden Me-dical Discov-
ery" cures catarrhal d!iseass, as of the
stomach, bowels, bladder and other pelv'"
organs will be plain to you if you will
read a booklet of extracts from the writ-

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LORETTO, (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.

ig School for Boys Conducted by the Slasters of St Joseph. Toung
8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical Intel-
ral and Social Lines, Healthy Location, Magnificent Swimming
lete Equipment in Schoolrooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall and

Arply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.

St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida

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Builders Hardware,

sh, Oils, Farm Implements,

Blinds, Varnishes Carpenters Tools

iw Mill, Phosphate and Turpentine Supplie&

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State agents for and carry in stock Implements

and Gasolene Engines of the International Harvester


American and Elwood Field Fence.

H. B. CLARKSON, Gene al


by Miss Cora Syms.
Recitation, "That's Baby," by
Recitation. "Where Did You
From Baby Dear," by Cora Cox.
Song. "Thank God for Little

Children," by school.
15. Recitation. "Taking and Glv-
in.'" iby Geo. Grantham.
I'. Recitation. "Object of Our Chil-
, *.;'s Day Offering." by Cecil Mc-
Lid. (Cecil made a very earnest ap-
pr-al. which was followed by a very
liberal collection.)
17. Responsive reading.
IS. Song, "The Robin's Song of
Praises." by school.
19. Exercise and song, "Little Sun-
be.ams." by school.
20. Song. "Let us Crown Him," by
21. Song. by primary class, "Open
the ?ates for Our Dear Little Feet."
Am,,ng the visitors at our Children's
Day exercises were: Mr. and Mrs. M.
4 Davis, Zuber; Mr. L. F. Teuton
'. ith Miss Iarnes, of Martin; Willie
.:'ace, Juliette: Mrs. Anna Aiken.
o'-.ila: Miss Outhery. Rochelle.
Mr. B. 4'. Webb has received a
I indlsome automobile. We know Mrs.
W eb is quite proud of it. She Is al-
r.-ady planning many trips. She ex-
pi tts to make when she learns how to
run the machine.
Miss Clem Guthery, after spending
several days with her brother. J. J.
Gutheory. returned to he home at Ro-
chAlle Wednesday.
Mis? Edith Livingston. who has
been the guest of Mrs. Clifford Living-
stn for more than a week. returned
boum-, at Edgar. Wednesday. The
nimny frit-nds she! made while here
I ,p, that she will soon find her way
Mr. J. W. Fowler and Miss Emma
'iM.k. f Fairfield. visited Mr. and



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The Board of Public Instruction in
and for Marion county met in regular
s.-ssion at th-ir rftl-,- in th, court-
house on. Mon.layv. June :th 19'99. with
Isadc Ft' v-r.! chaiir-m.,',. arnd member
B. R. aril J S. G;rAnth.ini pires-
ent and acting a;ini u:. J II. Brin-
. it.. s..cretary.
The minute s f th ..I i t m-tin :
were rmad and ap.prtoved.
A (iimmunicatiin fr.,-m Mr. J. J. N.-
Plronson. sup-rvis-r vf the Eb.r.-z.'r
s'liool,. with e,-fer rce to the painting
,of the school house :,nd the faiure of
the- patr,'n.s to pay for same was pre-
sentId to the board. The. b',arl l--
line-d ti lake :any action in th.. nittt'r
further than ti r-r.mrmn' in that their
pati .ns pay t!h. ;tr., 'i'nt ', trat' l
At t.'n with r f,.rrenc. t. th'. ap-
loiintir*g of a trust--- f*.r th.e I kliawa-
ha schio] l as po- iend ting a
recotmmenrdation of ;t si-itab!, .- rson
1to th- patrons of the sc. -o.l.
Ac'(l lant-f, of Mr. "'. F.. L'icis iof
his appoinrtm.nt a- tr:i.-t. ,,*. Chart.-r:
4Oak school wias r-.,-i-ved ai.'l field
A requ*"-t from Ith'B Mos.s B.ff
school to make ce tain -u.: -s in the
schouiol building was i. , and ac-
tion was defef-rred until th,. special
meeting which it vw.s aze-.ed to h,,ld
en Monday. June 21st. for the pur-
lpise of taking up all questions of re-
pairs. applropriatior.s, and appoint-

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