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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 12, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03191
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Vume 15, No. 12.


OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 19.


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FRESH


IMPORTED bWISS CHEESE,
POTATO CHIPS,
COD FISH WAFERS,
CRYSTALIZED GINGER,
FARINA, TAPIOCA, BARLEY,
EXTRA FINE FRENCH PEAS
gIRST CHOICE MUSHROOMS,
CELERY SALT,
CHOICE EVAPORATED APRICOTS,
PRINES AND PEACHES.

0. K. GROCERY
CLARK BROTHERS
PROPRIETORS
Two m mes 171, Ona. Fia.

R. D. FULLER,
DENTAL SURGEON
..ee Over Mme A ChambUlss'
OCALA, - FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.

L F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Oef ever Commeral Ita
Phone 211.
Oee hours: to 12 a. w : I to
65 ). m.
TERMS. CASH.

J. E. CI4ACE
DENTAL URGECN
Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.

CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. D.
ROMUOPATIiO PHYSICIAN AND
SU3REON
Oale--Second Floor The Munroe A
ChamblissM Bank Building, Ocala,
Florida.
Telephonc--Oce, 222; Residence,
221.
O0e1 Hours-9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4
p. .L; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.

F. E. McCLANE
V~yIdm id Suvae
General Prati Calls Made Promptly
Night or Day
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
seaens of Women and Children
Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
Second Floor: Phones, Office No. 333;
ResMence, No. 333.
OCALA, FLORIDA


V. G. BLANCHARD

CMTMCTOR AU IULER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION


P.O.BeK44.


OCALA, FaA.


Equitable

Life Assurance Society
f Te UWMI Stis
STMQNOEST IN THE WORLD"
MI88 FLORIDA CONDON.
Resident Agent.


10nlotem a Barbershop
Sin el With the Hotel o0ee
jkledll workmen and courteous at-
to Uom to all. Special attention to
cdldre.
mLaCTRC MASSAGE
HOT AND 00LD WATER

LL. TTEaCH. Proprietor
rni cv-
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A VITAL POINT


The most delicate part of a baby is
Its bowels. Every aliment that it suf-
fers with attacks the bowels also en-
dangering In most cases the life of the
infant. McGee's Baby Elixir curs
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
all drugglste
TRYING FOR A TOGA
William J. Bryan Desires to Represent
Nebraska in the Senate
Omaha. June 12.-That William J.
Bryan will make the race at the next
election for the United States Senator
was given out for a fact yesterday by
Richard Metcalfe, who is associated
with Mr. Bryan in the publication of
of the Commoner. Mr. Metcalfe says
Mr. Bryan will begin at once his
preparations for a vigorous campaign.
He says the great democrat is confi-
dent of success in the primaries.
MEN PAST FIFTY IN DANGER
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief In Foley's Kidney
Remedy, especially from enlarged
prostate gland, which Is very com-
mon among elderly men. L. E. Mor-
ris. Dexter. Ky., writes: "ULp to a year
ago my father suffered from kl- ney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced it enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised an r.p-
eration. On account of his ag.- we
were afraid he could not stand it and
I recommended Foley's Kidney Reinm-
edy. and the first bottle relieved him


ma esuia FI imp_


SHOES


SHOES


SHOES!


We have recently bought out the

entire stock of Shoes from I. D.

Matheson of Gainenville, and in con-


0i FEELEI FOR GRAT

Eldest Son of the Federal Commander-
in-Chief Roee*ved an Ovation from
Confederate Veterans
Memphis, Tenn., June 12.-Eloquent
and impressive testimony that this is
in every respect a reunited country
and loyalty to the Stars and Stripes is
not confined to any special section.
was shown Thursday afternoon by the
ovation given to Gen. Fred Grant. son
of the great Federal general, by the
Confederate Veterans in this city.
When General Grant was observed
on the receiving stand. Gen. Hickman,
of Kentucky, an aged veteran, shout-
ed: .
"'Come on. you kids, here's General
Grant come to life again in his son."
With one of the old-time rebel yells,
the division remnants of Forrest'a cav-
alry charged upon the stand, and
Jostled one another for opportunity to
shake the hand of the son of their old-
time enemy. From that moment ev-
ery gray-clad veteran who could reach
the stand rushed up to shake hands
with General Grant. whose eyes filled
with tears and his shoulders shook
with emotion, as he murmured, "God
bless you all; God bless you," giving
each a cordial grasp.
The scene was most inspiring and
no Northern man was ever given su-h
an ovation as was accorded this son
of the. soldier to whom General Lee
surrendered at Appomattox.
LEE MONUMENT UNVEILED
Veterans on Both Sides in the Civil
War Aided in Honoring the
Confederate General
Vicksburg. Miss., June l1.-I'nited
confederate Veterans from all over
the South arrived here yeste-rday from
Memphis. where the annual reunion
has been in progress this week. and
Iarticipated in the ceremonies mark-
ing the- unveiling of the statue to the
late Lieutenant General Stephen D.
Lee. The statue is of heroic size. willth
a huge chase of red granite, and oc'u-
pies a prominent site in the National
Park, near the position which General
Lee held while commanding a brigade
during the siege of Vicksburg.
General Lee was for several years
prior to his death the commander-in-
chief of the United Confederate Veter-
ans. and the funds for the erection of
the monument to his memory were
largely raised by members of that
order. Several posts of the Grand
Army of the Republic contributed to
the fund, however, as a mark of the
esteem in which General Lee was held
by the soldiers of the North. General
Y.ee was one of the park commission-
ers if the Vicksburg National Park,
and many of its beautiful attractions
are due to his Initiative.
ACT QUICKLY
If you have a sudden chill-If you
have colic, cramp or diarrhoea-don't
wait a minute. Take a teaspoonful
of Perry Davis' Painkiller in half a
glass of hot water or milk. You'll be
on the road to quick recovery. Have
this tried remedy on hand for Imme-
diate use. Being prepared is half the
battle. New size 35c., also In 50c. size.
T. K. WILSOrIN TROUBLE
Cashier of the St. Petersburg Bank
Indicted for Making False Entries
By the findings of the special grand
jury of the United States court, which
finished its Investigations yesterday
afternoon. K.K. Wilson. cashier of the
St. Petersburg National Bank. of St.
Petersburg. Fla.. was indicted. for vio-
lating the national banking laws by
making false entries in the books of
the bank. The Indictment which con-
tains six counts, was handed in yes-
terday afternoon and the arrest of
Wilson will be made today.-Jackson-
ville Metropolis, llth.


we are over-


We have too many of them; more

than our store space will allow us to

keep in good shape, and therefore will

turn them loose at


A


BIG


SAVING


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 month%, which is more than likely,


you will do the right thing to


come


and look over our stock otlShoes.


As to the quality of the Shoes

there can be no doubt, as Mr. Mathew

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

money) elected him to]the position of

trust of treasurer of Alachua county.

The space of this ad. and the large

size of the stock will not allow us to


quote prices.


OUR MOTTO
This store will not be undersold


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

OUR GUARANTEE
It article Iarns el to be otherwise mha as represenled
by vs, it is our loss and not the customer's; we are
here leo make it right, H it takes our store to do It


THE CAPTAIN OFITH ISA

4 Story of Love and Adventure on the
Little Known Coast of South-
western America


(By Louis Tracy.)


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value. Courtenay put the wrapper In
the same drawer as the cartridges, en-
tered in the log the time and manner
of its discovery and forthwith dismiss-
ed it from his mind.
It was almost dark when he went on
deck. The wind was keen and chilly.
It whistled through the broken win-
dows of the wheelhouse and seemed to
have in it a promise of bad weather.
But a glance aloft and at the sky be-
yond the southern headland-Point
Kansas, as it was called on board-re-
assured him. The far lung are over-
head was cloudless. The tars of the
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THE FLORIDA COICRETE


JAMES


AID FL


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WHAT A BANK DOES-

There are many ways in which it mvesn th
public, but the one now mat va0uaM,"pf
hape, is to help with loans. We wll metthe
needs of conservative buorwers.


The Munroe & Chambliss Bank
(InCORP ORATND)


T. T. Muroe, Pre. Z. 0. s CAm-W. v. N... P


THE


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CHAPTER XIV.
N his way back to the deck the
captain encountered Suare.
The Spaniard led the English-
man toward one of the peep-
holes in the canvas screen. Sure
enough, the canoes were making off
toward Otter creek. In the marvel-
ously clear light it was easy to see
the threatening arms held out toward
the ship by a few men who stood up-
right. Even their raucous cries were
aet audible. Courtenay was glad be
d not missed this demonstration of
hatred. It argued the necessity of con-
tinued watchfulness.
The general attitude of the crew was
one of real annoyance that the fight
had not been carried on at close quar-
ters The Kansas bore tokens in plen-
ty of the battle. Many bullets and ar-
rows had struck the ship, the canvas
was torn In several places, a number
of port lights were broken, and the
open decks, fore and aft as well as
the spar deck, were littered with
stones. He picked up some of these
missles, man's earliest and latest pro-
jectile. Tbhe were round and heavy.
A few bore the red streaks of oxidized
Iron; some appeared to be veritable
lumps of ore, though the action of wa-
ter had made them "smooth stone out
of the brook." He showed one to Tolle-
mache, who seemed to possess a good
deal of out of the way knowledge, and
the latter Instantly pronounced the
specimen to be almost pure copper
veined with silver.
The captain saw to the reverent bar-
lal of poor Pietro Gama, entered full
details of the fight In the ship's log
and helped Walker to search the sus-
pected coal for a further supply of
dynamite, as the utility of the surface
mines had been demonstrated beyond
a doubt. He thought it possible, given
the necessary time, to rig a device
which would be practically invisible.
A fresh set of dummy poles, which
the Indians would probably avoid in
the event of a second attack, might
deflect the canoes Into the area of new
i mines laid at sea level
Their utmost diligence brought to
light no further supply of the explo-
sive. Evidently the prepared lumps
of coal, each containing a stick of dy-
namite, which were placed in the
bunker at Valparaiso had been convey-
ed on board by one man, so It was
more than likely there was not anoth-
er ounce of the stuff on the ship except
the three specimens first discovered.
These, water soaked and useless, were
locked in a drawer In the chart hoube.
While scrutinizing the bunker Courte-
nay found a grimy piece of paper.
crushed Into a ball and amalgamated
with coal dust by means of the glue or
other substance which had been used
for making the bombs intended for the
destruction of the furnaces. He ex-
amined It carefully, believing It had
the appearance and texture of car-
tridge paper. He placed it In his pocket
and, while changing his clothes before
joining the others at supper, came ou
It again with a certain surprise. He
plunged It into a basin of hot water,
and It yielded its secret. It was the
outer wrapper of a stick of dynamite.
It bore the circular stamp of the manu-
facturers, the Sociedad Anonyma de
las Costas del .Pacifico. This In Itself
meant nothing. The same company
probably supplied hundreds of mines
with the five pound boxes In which
dynamite Is packed, and if the stamp
wire the only clew none could possibly
say when or where it had been issued
for use.
But miners are apt to be careless.
Men accustomed to dynamite will han-
die it with an astounding disregard for
danger, and here was a case in point-
Some Spanish overseer, evidently at a
loss for a memorandum tablet, had
scribbled hieroglyphics with an indeli-
ble pencil on this partleular wrapper.
It was clear that the figures and ab-
breviated words referred to the de-
velopment of a cross beating and the
position of certain lodes, but Coorts-
nay was quick to see that the official
who made those notes would recognize
them; hence the mine or store from
which the package had been stolen or
bonught could be Identified. Such evi-
dence was of highly circumstantial


FURNITURE


AND


HOUSE FURNISHING ALL.


The oj sine Im Cai Fri- tal CelM

least I Fmorrte; IWqft 'wft- n la l
Wha te pfte W L
ALs cafts a C -Ye I e N. W Builders aud Mt
Eahuriw ote, CrRaleL Woan h"f smI.l SetaUi Ik.
Loek o ver or Slack Id gld or plow, *l ft ya
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Ocala Florida

FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE
The Beautiful

Haywood White Sulphur Sprigs Ho
"Land of the Sky" WAYNESVILLE, N. C. AhBed & "ti
On the Southern Railway, one hour from Asheville. lCapacity IUN g
No consumptives. Hot and Cold fflip bur Baths, Mile. Bow-il -ad To-m'1
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party Wand Wimy rates, F
information address G. C. ROGAN, M anamer. (Formerly nMUMaer of KSI
worth Inn, Asheville.)
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Table is always supplied with the best the mnarki rd
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Manufacturers of cement brick, buiid bib,.
hexagon and octagon block, a al n kida of la.
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our motto is "to please."
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SI STAR AT TOMORROW TAT OARDAMINRS DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED TE C AIN T
B IA |OF DENTAL EXAMINERS b' lal aT ,nlieati ,ns. ai tey (-an.ott E C I F THE A P
-.a .V.006palr.a h the -diseasd P,,rti.n of the ear.
L. L. WMi R. R. CWam ev. Geo. Headne Harrison. Rector. The Florida State Board of Dental Th, re is orny ,n,- wai- t., cur!.-a- ---
n 0* a. m.-.Bday .chool. Elamlner will hold a meeting in this n, s ar.d that w by t..nititutional!
.-.- 11 a. .-Holy comalo conrma- city beginning next Monday for the rdi. D-an i ausd by an (Continued From First Page)
c. a..-'v Iu JI tie, s e bI the bishop of South opp'Po of passing on the quaifica- inamd c..nlit.a,n .f >... mucuo.-
r. tinthe practice of dentistryin this state. lirng f th.- Eustaohian Th.-. Whn and rre r.ay oe more orumen sai.
. _ss i ess MIp. m.-Evteing prayer and sermon. The examinations will be conducted ;s tub- is ir fai:- 4 yt hav- a rurn- e. the k."
from both theoretical and practical h-ing sInt i nirPi v .- ar hope ot for our Chiaeasj ake,
The a elect' sa the ia standpoints, the theoretical ,-xamina- it llrY laughed 'ourtenay. "1 heard Mr. Boyle
St ^ ftt 2 thdion being written and the practical l,. r.-lt I au.d "rtenay. heard Mr:n ,Boyl
ave Rev. W. H. Dod D. Pastr, consisting of actal workon at the lin -an ,t.aknon t t: .1 ta-i tub". telling them to sweep It up. and they
altw s theo th i o f 11 *-Mchair and in the laboratory. rt-,. i tA i: nrrmn *.,,!it,.n*. .ar- were hard at work when I went to my
the ar to e present at their p lenm, "Calm on IGlee"--H. W. Only graduates of reputable de-ntal ing wi- b- d str,et.d f,-r.v.-r: nin- cabin.'
fAt ay. sawe Aeh. a dsted t hem Porter. colleges are eligible for examination., 'ass out if tn :,r- au.* 1 -hy at'r-h. "Oh, is that where you hid yourself?
Saddress. We have coneented to be 8 '0by Min Mary Samford. "-m a There will be between 25 and 30 ap- which i n,,thir.e ut in infla.-rd .'n- No wonder I could not find you. Of
Pilgrtm"-Johmson. plicants before the board and each ap- 'di'tin ,f th- mu.nt..s s.,,f'.-. course Joey knew where you were.
Th l whIckh thratnd p. m.-Eveieng services. pliant will be required to put in one '. w t!I gvt- (in- Humn.rul D.oa.;rs. How stupid of me:"
ea lstern bt Antthem, Let God Arflse-E. K. gold and onad e amalgam filling. This f,.r any ca. t,f tn,- I",*u iS "Tlease don't call yourself names,
H, '^eiIere i"nt d not co me e work will be done without cust to the *,:tarrh. that (-;init b.. r. t. El.ie. You don't deserve them. And,
MtWk lrws tsum Martel and patient Tho" who dsir4* to avail H.a!l <-at.rrh Mtnmar, which must have been very .:4 ia. m.- bbthschool. all tient. Thos opportni to avail I- 'rrh 'r-. by the way. may I address you by your
to thsl ace. It i A cordial Invitation extended to all themselves of this opportunity "ill !,tr.. fr.(.-.
b -ea to tMhose placn. It al o please ask for Dr. C(hare at the- Ocala 1'. J ('HFNEY & ** .. T,.'.-d... ,, Christian name? It slipped out today
haUed at erae'sm still. Mlthedist House on Tuesday at 2 p. m. x. 1 by ,iris:s. ""-. T sk. 77.,-:; UniaIflr. Not that I feel like aplo-
l.'ti'lv Ili: fi.,r a -T':t T:. g.inxg. l.e-au-s I don't. There are
The l~e-t from O silawho at- I. H. Barnett. Pastor. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES tlit;'s when the heart speaks, not the
1tainthe state meeting of the T. Sunday achool-9:30 a. m. Alien's Ft-Ea.. a ,wd-r. R.- PAID THE PENALTY ..ardile togue."
P. U. IM A .1-a Chlt~ered Dayprogram by the Sun- lieves painful, t-ias. a wdervuu R --- Lui.ily iLe darkness covered the hot
y C M L lday cool-l ya. m. bees painful, smarting, n-rvou a Otis D. Smith has Expiated the Mur- biush v:h-h leaped to her cheeks. She
y11 M W ",nmti7: Mrs. ll day school--l a. m. and ingrowing nails, and instantly, der of His Sister
siy. u Cla T.. c l et. The Julenior 1A e-'- p. m. takes the sting out of corns and bun- de of His Sister gave a nervous little laugh and strove
tt tre bt t-e ro- The"Sen League-- p. m. Ions. It's the greatest comfort dis- J ->k>nvill. Jun' 1-' tis D. Snimh t'esperately to parry this wholly un-
i was a V teresting one. They 'ei ti- . covery of the age. Allen's Foot-Fase a yung wlit- Wlan. w- x.,i, ,l in expect,-d assault.
lla ordil Invtattonan d sincere makes tight or new shoes f-el easy. th"' j"'l yaral h. r.. vs:rlv ef" ..I shall l delighted if you always
an211 dI II raise of the hospital- Christian welcome to all.nrIn.obisist1'.on Ia I. delight ff ou ,wy
ty wl istan welcomet to all. It Is a certain cure for sweating, cal- murd.-r f h -i t '. .t,.- ll e Elsie. It sounds friendly. aud
tJstier iLsage lousy, swollen, tired, aching feet Try fmith ,- nt tI th.- g.4ll... quietl'.- e l e. tns rind a
Walp the red-haded edl- Meets at 2 'lock Subjet. i.~ it today. Sold by all druggists and len"ugh and withAjut apiatt.nt f-ar. I. I think our circum.tances warrant a
tertal 0M1 om01 te 0aUMatee Re- IM Joe Dscker shoe stores. By mail 25c in stamps. !1't,-Is-" his i.nvn.,a ti, the 1a- H. true frieulship.
eo. is ppo ed to boding Manatee Song Glory to His Name. Don't accept any substitute. Trial is th- first white mn t. be hung in *'Excelleut: I suppose you know that
sunty ftr t M for good rads. He SCtlure reading, Matt 5-13. package free. Addess Allen S. olm- b.uv al coun i3 b yarMhad no notion of that
aO W that with the pres6nt m1llae. Prayer. s ited, Leroy, N. T. 31 IF YOU KNEW sort f exchange. You are the captain,
30. with boad. 6 to I more, the peo- 8omg. Whiter Than 8now, sort of exchange. You are the captain,
oe ema't bota MI Chalk talk. AN ACCIDENT AT HAWTHORNE the merits of the T ,-xa. Wonlr. yau and a very serious sort of captain at
Paper, "The Use of Salt" -- would n, vr stuff. r f:-om kidn.r., bl.l- times. I feel like a little girl when
Mrs. toward Munree, after a week's Bible story of Lot's wife by Addle A young man by the name of Bryan. h-'r aof rheumatic trouble. 91 bottle twvo yu lhok at me and tell me not to be
visit to her parents, Col. and Mrs J. Decker. acting as brakeman on an S. A. L manth's tratnient. Sold by ,lruigists haughty, so 'Elsie' sounds all right.
N. Marti, baa returned to her Ashe- Application of lesion. freight, was seriously Injured last or by mail. S0-nd for tt-stimo.nials. Dr but I simply dare not call you 'Art.iir.'
ville, CIL Bible reference on subject. night at Hawthorne. It seems his E. W. Hall, 2126 Olive Stret. St. Just imagine what a sensation It
Hymn. "Rock of Ages. train stopped at Hawthorne to let the Louis. 11. would create in the salon! Should
Mr. MontboloM Atkinson, the oe f Collection. imassenger pass south. While waitlngF ol rep l oe An hd
O t ft I baser who de Amouancements. the conductor instructed him to repair FEDERAL GRAND JURY IS BUSY feel creepy all over. And hadn't we
thi-an 1011U t110 y. Benediction. an air brake. He went under the car Ibetter w-
Sto do so. No sooner had the pasenger Two Jacksonville Business Men Were 'EIlse." snid he, with a tender note.
Mrti arwftny oungfar- 4,Christian train pulled out. than the freight did Indicted for Dishonest in hi-s voia.e whi(h thrilled her like a
meor of etady, wll aeWpt our thanks W..H. Coleman., Minister the same. catching Bryan in the brake Practices chord of exquisite music, "I want to
far a ver y te elon today, which the beams and rods and turned him over' Jacksonville. June 12.-.1M. R. Ilyck- tell you something. The knowledge is
tar force greatly appreciated. 10 a .- nday school. and over. breaking his collarbone, an stein and M1ax Efft. two well kn wn forced on me that there Is another man
p. m- arm, crushed his fingers and seriously business men ,of this city. w-er" indlit- on this ship who wishes to make you
Messrs. D W. Hooker and Jme 11 a. m.--Srmon, "A Brief Char- and painfully bruised his whole body. I d by the grand jury yesterday onhis wife, but I too, love you, and I see
Thmames will open up In a few days a clter Study." Fortunately the accident was discov- (;'harges growing out of the recent his wife. but too, love you, and I see
Miet market in the TofalttI building 7:3w p. m.-Evangelistle sermon. ered in time to stop the train, get the bankruptcy of Glyckst.-in. Gly (kst.*in no reason why I should stand aside for
SlMt all streetL lEverybody welcome, man out from under the cars and is charged with pierjury and conceal- any man on God's earth until you tell
Junior C. IL pfrream bring him to the Ocala hospital, where, ing the assets from the- trust-es and me with your own lips that you prefer
A plad *ve eare of object Powr o Crst's Love. every surgical attention has been ren- usingi the. mails for puripoose of i,- him to me."
yesterday, t ear to Bar- Romans, 8:31-. Lawrence Feyer dered him. This morning young Bry- frauding. "Oh:" gasped Elsie and "Oh." again.
Mett Bs.. CMeag, and to to a New- muthk leader. an was breathing freer. The wonder! but not another word could she utter,
ort New arm. The Barnetts are ig. s he is still living. It seems the Sometimes you may he told thiathe who had leno voluble a moment
polnient and extenave deaers conductor in starting his train had the-re are. o'th,.r thins ust a. g he whoad oluble a ome
pdtaee and have beem deflated bf Bible a y read byconcer forgotten all about ordering Bryan to DeWitt's Kidn-.y and Blald r Pills. ago. The bittersweet pain of hearing
the Georgia mPlt O ars to a le es ed by superintendent. go under the cars. That isn't e". N.,thing miade. i. as this sudden avowal was almost over-
there rep of peaches. oa rintedent; good as DeWitt's Kidney u:if, ililder powering. Her Ideals of honor and
Chalk talk, Wenona Wetherbee. RICH MEN'S GIFTS ARE POOR Pills for any oilmont of th- kidnlys truth were shocked, but she was a wo.
hiltor Bugh Sparkman, of the Tay- Recitation, beside this: "I want to go on record or bladder. which always results in ain man as well as an idealist, and she was
t CuNto Htrll d, T Gry will eisoe as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters! weak back, backach,. rheumatic pains stirred to the depths of her soul by the
l* ^V. w. "Minio M study, "South America; as one of the greatest gifts that God rheumatism and urinary disord:.-. .1 knowledge that she had won the man
Priests and Poverty." has made to woman." writes Mrs. 0. trial of DeWitt's Kidn-y and1 Il .hli whose love she craved.
eDl tor.towe, wila i Business: Report of secretary. Roll Rhinevault, of Vestal Center, N. Y., Pills is sufficient to convince you 11-w "I want you to listen to me, Elsie,"
lag and actlk- bu lnes l Ilnt d ealL Treasurer's report. Report of "I can never forget what it has done good they are. Send your n:me to E le said, with a passionate intensity
bsea yon fao a committees, for me." This glorious medicine gives -(. DeWitt & ('o.. (Chicago fr fro that stilled the rising storm in her bos-
The A t O nsew e rl Mispsh. body and jubilant health. It quicklydruggists .om. "Dr. Christobal may have plead-
see gsed his. own cause already. It Is not
t 'N.curOd elleM nervousness, sleeplessnessms, m l- Lts nic, fat h.ns at Rwe.'s Lit- for me to cavil at him for doing that,
Sto publish the At 'clock the anddizzy spells; soon builds up the I cannot lose you rr without a word.
Sby t itate sh the laws At 4 o Hallock In the W. Colennweak, ailing and sickly. Try them, Many of ur citizen are g t- Whther you marry him or me or nel-
pas btd state legislature are Tonng's Hall",Ret. W. H. Coleman, Sdc at all druggists. wards Brights iisa. by ':ther of us, I shall love you forever. I
kicklag beca the print shops that pastor of the Christian church, will at a dru t as Brights disease by w trof u love you forever. I
mat's* bi of ettn up the deliver a sermon to the members of symptoms of kiln-y '. n l .,;,.r want you to know that. It is no new
type are a 25 per cent above the Tulula Lodge No. t, I. O. O. P., at WEATHER FORECAST trouble which rli.-y's Kidn(vy i. 1 iv discovery to me. I think my heart
price of two pas a-ge. which time that fraternal body will I will quickly cure. Sold by all .Irg. went out to you when I carried you iun
hold its annual memorial service. All Washington, June 12.-air tonight, gists. my arms through the gale, and since
C1 Mal vH is getting distressing- members and friends are urged to at- Sunday local showers. that hour you and I have had expert.
b( healthy has two eld phyadlans, tend the service. .OS Petm e at th ,,drug str, an th'1 enh-es denied to most men and women
the ve be Dr. nett and Dr. ONE WEAK POT square ere they reach the conclusion that they
C'amhbeli who ae taking a summer's PHYSICIANS ANNOUNCEMENT Meet Oeal People Have a Weak Part' are fit mates for the voyage of life. Do
-vs.t yt he salthy condition and Toe Often It's the Back IA you feel that, sweetheart? lHave we:
1 t delightful town, and I take this method and opportunity Everyone has a weak spot. l"5LI known each other ten days or ten
7 S 'Jol adb t_ h te to anmounce to the people of Ocala and Too often it's a bad back. ye'rs'."
we Ujbm^ 4cm whobvlolt-that I have opened an office Twinges follow every sudden twist. For InfantS and Children. I r His f wa v
IYaded the ae *as physician and surgeon In suite S2- Dull aching keeps up day and night. Yarns face was r near to hers now.g
ag It was .death1a*iqtoig.t.Jg 1 second foor Holder block, Ocala, Fla. Tells you the kidneys need help- His r arn s around her neck. It was
iestdt physkians taking a vacation. Shall do a general practice, paying. For backache is really kidney-ache, quite dark where they stood in the
special attention to obtetrica, diseases A kidney cure is what you need. i Bears the q shadow of the bridge. He could not
wtahel )l fserwof wmaea and children. Calls made neDan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid- Signature cf see the teers in her eyes, but he heard D
whic kep Mr..a.. h e promptly night or day. Phone Nosd. ure backache and all urinary ills. her broken answer:
whLeb p Mr. Da e thome this of 1:e ratmdence:, "; office hero Mrs. W. R. Pell. of Thirdt st san- NOTICE "Are you--quite-fair-In using stich
Under the advice of Mrs. O to 1:0 Ia.m .. 1:S to 4 p.m m, 7 to 8 ford. Fla.. says: "I am pleased to ,*i*i. NOTICE words to me" c
Dame's bchin Mr. D 11 start m Respecttully. recommend Doan's Kidney Pills taking Of Final Settlement and Discharge won t me .
with Ihq tte Wor Ea-a OGa Ga.. to F. E. McClane. M. D. in view what they have done for me. Notice is h.-rely giv.n that ..n th. '"Fair. Elsie. Fair to whom?"
aped the mmer, believing the moun- Not-Shallmon ofI have suffered from backache a great fh'st d.:y of Deembhr. A. D Li. 1 ', "PBecatse--oh, how can I tell you?
ta air' ad pure water will restore hour ofdvTethe monigof .deal and at times was so lame that I undersigni d as admini-trate.r a t' Are you free to-to speak to me In this
her ahtte ed nerves and reduced conea. e o Tuesday ad riday of could scarcely turn In bed. Some *-.stat of John Kinrh:. r, d'. s.''. \ ;" way'?"
stlc p a d free consultation to themornings my condition was such that prr.'.mt my aece(,unts anl v'iuchr ', "El.sie. I am pledged to no other we.
iPoer and needy. I found it difficult to dress myself. lh,n. J,,eph itll, j,,,]gr- ef pr, hmt.,. .t man. If that is what you mean. Woho
Whenever I stooped sharp pains ROW en r to oe s. h- p',in la mfin nIh f that is what you meor nu. Whor
Mr. Math the cantaloupe man ORANGE GROVE would dart through my body. espe.- ofb- 'l, I l il has been telling you otherwise?
who wa a guest of the Ocala Houseu FOR SALE OR RENT dclally in the region of my kidneys. I ake by fial *tt,.m nt as ,h No one Ine-lndeed, I alone am'
dlg the alMtp g season has re- r ALE RENT also had some trouble from the too miistratior and will apt;ly f0,r dis- obne. l le-lnd aome s
trmd to Btlaeckvlle, C., to look A five-acre orange grove, with frequent action of the kidr '' secre- charge as administrator of said .ilat -. o lame ou w gry wi m
__ l _MW there. Mrs.. p*lenadid large trees, now filled with tions. After I had used several reme- <;arg'. Gila.s. lint I could not help it.


In Orlando visiting friends. ftrut, located right at depot In the lit- dies with only slight benefit, I heard' As Adminlstrator of the I:st:.tt of' She could say no more. If she had
tie town of Eagle lake, eight miles of Dean's Kidney Pills and procured John Kinsler. uttered another syllable just then she
4 ad wie hve made frb Bartow and four miles from box. I used them and they brought October 14th, 190s. would have broken down completely.
111041nd wo have made fo t a fu mis r me the desired relief. I ant now able,
hom slo A ~osth wth Mr. ulter Hlaven. Lrge house of 10 big to rest well at night, am free from Co.rtenny placed his hand under her
4*t. l e, have left for rooms, suitable for winter home of pain and lameness and fell stronger NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR chin and lifted her unresisting lips to
SMI. ierce s a commis- bardi house and a be kept lled and better n every way." Tax Deed Under Sectio 8 of Chap his. He kissed her twice and laughed
a aid hls be buying toma all the time. Family is scattered and Plenty more proof like this from' Ntic h rb n that F. I. Mar-Softly. with a glad confidence that sent
eastaloupme a wtmel owners will sell very cheap. Apply or Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s twice is th,. rby ,. x ,tt. a r- ot. a wave f delight coursing through El
write M. B., Star offce, Ocala, F1a. drug store and ask what their custo- rr4. atr.d th.r .r-, t,x ,( Jtw.I eit coursing through E
Smers report. 19l7. has tiled said e irtijica1.. in i .ti v
th usofma a I sFor sale by all dealers. Price ) ,ffic-.k and haris ma,- : !a!,'.t'i., ter "Sweetheart," he whispered. "'I am
,Mr. and Mrs. a t To avoId serious results take Fole'S ents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. tax d,-,.d to Jssul. in av-crdanc," with sure you would not have allowed me to
S he, asaeempa ld bemeI KIdaey Remedy at the first signs of New York. sle agents for the United w. Said to rit in at -mrdanc th f sre yo wold not have allou were going to
by Stel Martin of fPrt McCoy. kidney or blader" disorder such as States. law. Said ertifiat- mbracl- th- f-i'- speak so plainly if you were going to
backache, urinary Irregularities, ex- Remember the name-Doan's- and larin county, lioarala, tiys itu.ttl to send ume away. Now, I don't want you
odeb~ the-r. ie'Kendrlck track haustion, and you will soon be welL take no other. .nf n .. iT" 1 to id yourself irrevocably tonight
d t armer, took a day off and Commence taking Foley's Kidney said land being asse.-s-d at the. d. That would certainly not be fair. I
n rlBme,- t.adfterand CRemmedy today. Sold by all druggista. PIANO TUNING of the- issuance' .f such c. rtil(at,- in don't know why I am to be angry or
tf 111 1iM11g1 1 Ten years experience. References, the name of unknown. l'i s. sai.l what It was you couldn't help, and I
HAY FOR SALE any music teacher in Ocala. any certificate shall bh- r,..i-,mn.d ic. ,r'li :', don't care a red cent. All I want to
M L- Oange B d, --- music house In Jacksonvlle. 'Phone l'. tx will thr on know this-f the Kansas bringsus
ll wit Good quality, pthe h dt up n t bales. 328. A. afford city. --t J A ti--i the Kansas brin u
of th w IL Ae tgoodpqatr eIn eat tlesS. 8 A. M. od. city. 18-f. Witness my pf1iir+i,: siginat'ire- a, i both back to the outer world once
Sr d the emp Paiettl Park arm, 'phone 27A, or THE BIG HEAD 9i this th th l. a .ly. more, have I as good a chance of win
041110 and all the grow-.r Z. C. ("kembir-. 'phone 18. 2td is of two kinds-conceit and the big! 'l-rk Circuit (',urt if 2iarion ,. ning your loe as any other man
AS Pre head that comes from a sick headache r "Put I mniut tell you. I could not
Colds that hang on weaken the COqi- Does your head ever feel like a got-d NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR lofL you in the face if you did not hear
I.. teaa fro ~stution and develop Into consuma.- and your brain feel loose and sore? Tax Deed Under Section 8 oF Chap- It. When I was left alone in your
W b Sa ted the h p11tal with tion. Foley's Honey and Tar cures You can cure it in no time hv actr.- ter 4888, Laws of Florida. cabin the .-econd time and the sea
81111 molo, which were greatly persistent colds that refuse to yield to on your liver with Ballard's Herbine. \,,t;'e is h,.rebv ci, n that I. L calue in. a packet of letters fell out of
el9shd other treatment. Do not experiment Isn't it worth trying for the absolit-' Horn,.. purchas.-r r.f tax c-rtificate. No some clothes which I picked up from
__,,,,, with untried remedies as delay n:ay and certain relief you get? At all 7,4. dat th. th day of Ju:.-'. A. I) te floor. There was one from your
,. resultt la your cold settling on your druggists. 1905. ha' fil. d said a'. rtificate in my !stc-r. I hardly knew what I was do-
ni 1. golid by all dlUgista. office. and has mai.,- aplieation f.,r ing. but I saw her name, *Madge,' and
EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN Col. H. Hampton has returned ;';.x deed, to i.-sue in accird.an-' with I read a few words on the half page
*E XPERIENCED SALESWOMAN from a several day's trip to Inverness. !'w. Said ce.rtifiata .)mbra,..s th, a l'efe h wr si-nature."
WANTED AT THE GLOBE f,,alhiwing descrihb-d lpro,:,a-rty situate t Hi left arm was now so well estab-
d tods-- Bn ell *eade Sweets n.Marion ( ,u 1ty. Ira. t-w lised that hi. hand touched her cheek.
M nvfno at omme, an experiencem dn- ou .i ( Tel i !zee-12. t is; .s. r. .t 0 nn lie found it wet with tears.
drs6oods -alewomn.OMBNu nt know tht B ele eade Sweets The said land l-ins- ;. -A nt the
business. Salary no object. Apply at_ date of the issuanc- '.f sur'ih cr:ificate "What wild conceit has crept Into
A the Globe, Ocals, Fla. in the name of L. Irne & ,-. l'- your pretty little head?" he cried in
Te ae m, iettion, of D ll r, Fnu ia C le's said ( rtificate ;shall 1..- r, ,i- m., a;:-:ze. unconsciously raising his voice
Tes 'are many^- imitations of De- according t., law. tax d ...l1 *>\il ..- .::ewhat. "A letter from my sister!
Witt's Carbollsed Witch Hazel Salve- 1T" S ALL' th.reiononn the l oh dLy ,,f Ju.... A. Ia S., i7 tiae u.ost straightforward wo-
DeWitt's is the ortimnaL R n VAB sure ...a .. .- --


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We will put on sale a lot of La.

dies' Emboideed Lawna

chiefs that ae called "SECONDS"

because they ate not perfect ia

workmanship. Some of these ae

worth as high as 75c, but on ac.

coutt of the slight impefectioes

(which are not oticeable) we will

sell them on Monday at


tOeeach.


FRA


Formerly The Variety Stoe'

"Where You Will be Traled Rghr


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N. N. G CORN WHLSa-Y fy

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But don't tre with
A great many people wbo have a p.t-al IMr l-a- 0d hy-
trifled with indigestion, have been at di tmn at atL
sorry for it-when nerve or Kodol i a p&erfett duggr, WI
chronic dyspepuia resulted, and o emod a" iodoldialfe ry
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- We M*idit a share ft your business.


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est young men and women are gradu ate-s of this Institution and are holding
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SALESMAN WANTED
Traveling and resident salesman to
handle a tast selling, active and wide-
ly demanded specialty. Very liberal
eommisslon. International Paint Man-
ufacturing Co., Richmond. Va.
ALONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT
unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
0 cold, W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Such exposure gavt him a severe cold
that settled on his lungs. At last he
had to give up work. lHe tried many
W edies but all failed till he used Dr.
gSa New DIscovery. "After using
"me bottle," he writes, "I went back to
work as Well as ever." Severe colds.
stutbbn coughs. Inflamed throats and
some lungs, hemorrhages. croup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. Me and $1. Trial bottle free.
guaranteed by all druggists.
.. HMve you seem the new visible Fay-
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-meM's agenta.


THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES


TWO BOYS SHOT AT BLITCHTON
Two young white boys were shot
and seriously wounded at Blitchton
this morning. The boys were out coon
hunting and were waylaid and shot at
close range about daylight with a
double load of coarse shot. One of the
boys. John Mooney. aged 16. is not
seriously hurt The other, Barney De-
Busk. aged 15. is very seriously hurt
and his wounds may prove fatal. The
shot struck him almost all over the
body from his head to his feet. Both
boys are white, sons of substantial
I-itchton citizens. The 'identity of
the dastard who shot them is sus-
pected and if apprehended it will go
hard with him.
EXCURSION TO ST. PETERSBURG
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 b1th. Some excuraions 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.
Mr. Louis Horne has the automobile
f-ver and is going to buy a large tour-
ing car for his family's use.
Dr. D. H. Harris, of Floral City. is
in town for a few days.
Poley's Honey and Tar is especially
recommended for chronic throat and
lung troubles and many sufferers from
bronchitis, asthma and consumption
have found comfort and relief, by us-
ing Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by
all druggists.

Mrs. McDowell and daughters will
leave in a few weeks for Virginia.
where they will remain for three
months. '


The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.


OCAL


-OCES


Meet me at the drug
square.


store on the


Mr. 0. R. Teague of Jacksonville is
a guest of the (M-ala House'.
Mr. J. 0. Fle-c,. f WVilduAul i. a
guest ,of the k-a:la I1,."-.
Mr. D. II H i..u ,st f I1.,riatl <'ity is a
guest of th (Ocala House.
RECALL
Mr. 0. W. le-nnis of Jacksonville
is a guest of th- (cala House-.
Mr. G. T. Robinson of T:anmaa i4 at
the qwala Houn.-.
Plank's ('hill Thnic. guaranteed to


cure chills and f ver, 2. ce-nts.
Mr. Din.-:n Miclouga(l of 4t
is a guest o.f the <4 .ilt Jl.tie.


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Mrs. Foxv.olth of L#evon is at the
Montezumr.a hot* I.
REXALL
Mr. D. A. Iopkins of High Springs
is registered atthe Montezuma.
Mrs. 31. M. Grantham of Dunn, lion.
is registered at the Montuzuma.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. J. W. W. Hill of Inglis is at th
Mont4.zuma.


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Insect Destroyer and Disinfectant.
Instant Death to Bed Bugs, Fleas,
Roaches, Mosquitoes and Flies. De-
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of Insects. Foul Odors are Purified by
Its Use.
In Quarts, Half-Gallon and Gallon
Cans.
SPRAYERS FOR USE OF SAME


TEXPOT GROCERY


MR. WALTER RAY WILL
REPAIR THE BUILDINGS
Mr. Walter Ray will soon repair the
'double building on the corner near the
Manner office and rent it as a first-
class livery stable or automobile
garage. Later on Mr. Ray will put up
a handsome and expensive building on
the corner from where the old frame
landmark has just been removed.


Mr. S. S. Doynton .of R+di.k i.s at "



Mr. Lee LIytle. of Iirminltam, was
a visitor to, thi. city today. ._"..
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to YOUR APPFARAN(CE
cure chills and fever. 25 cents. Will not suffer if you have to wear
Mr. J. D. Odom ofG caiter is in th' spectaclees.
rty. dThey are improving to most peo-
-- pie's looks when fitted by one who
There are 14 patientss inll ih hos- understands how.
pital. Your eyesight is too precious to
Mr. R. S. Hall. who is in New York neglect. You owe them all the at-
will return in about a week. tention and care that they may need.
J. W. Sylvester returned home today Thy Get careful l Attention Here


from a visit to Jacksonville.
Col. J. M. Martin came down foomr
his Martin farm this afternoon.
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonanza.
REXALL
Mr. J. B. Coarse of Savannah. a
popular traveling man, is at the Ocala
House.
Mr. S. H. Dempsey of Gainesville is
among last night's arrivals at theI
Ocala House.
Mrs. M. C. Riley of New York and
Mrs. Bell of Tampa are guests of the
Montezuma.
Mrs. M. C. Riley. a winter visitor at,
Relleview, was In town yesto-rday aft-
ernoon and took the night train for
New York. She was a guest at the
Montezuma
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come In awl! look it over if
you want something rea.tly nice. Ty-
dings & C r.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
W. B. Dormany of Plant City. who
accompanied his wife from Or.ala too
Lake Butler, returned home yesterday.
stopping for si(,p.er :'t the' .Moiot-zui-
ma hotel.
Captain Pyles was in town today. He
said he was very busy gelling Ihis
melons off.
SMr. Welsh. the Hol was in town today on his way home.
having been to Jacksonville on busi-
ness.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

Miss Stella Martin. of Fort MeE oy.
one of the prominent te-achers of Ma-
rion, is visiting the Carns in this city.
J. B. Borland. a prominent citizen
and orange grower aof <'itr;, was in
town today and said the prospects for
fruit was fair this season. He said
the material things of ('itra were in
excellent shape and that the mer-
chants were doing a good btisines's.
Anti-German-the ideal disinf ct.a nt.
The Court Pharmacy can supply you
with this elegant preparation when in
need.
Mr. Marshall McDavid. who has
been working for the Ocala Iron Works
for the past several years, will move
to Jacksonville on the first oaf the
month and enter the employ of an
iron foundry there.
We do not know of any other pill
that is as good as DeWitt's Little
Early Risers, the famous little liver
pills-small, gentle, pleasant and sure;
pills with a reputation. Sold by all
druggists.


SWHAT EVE M"AN KNOWS


L1TiA 1


DR. D. M.
Eyesight


Office hours: 9 to
1:.30 to 4:4)0 p. m.
and laboratory, rooms
block.


BONEY,
t Specialist.
Ocala, Fla.
12 a. m. and
Optical office
2 and 4 Gary


LEAVE TOMORROW FOR TOUR
The Ocala baseball team and a num-
ber of rooters leave tomorrow after-
noon for Sanford. where they will
play a three days' series of games with
the Sanford nine on Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday. From there they v.Xi!
go to Orlando, .where they will play
three games with the Orando nine.

ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE
Every member of the Marion County
Anti-Salomon Iague is expected to be
tn hand on Tuesday night, June l.th.
ait 9 o'clock. As this meeting is im-
portant. every member outside the
hoa,-ital must shliow up.
H. I'. Packham, Secretary.
Mr. Jake Brown has heard from his
\wife and children. They arrived
safely in St. Louis. bu't report the
weather very hot. Julius is having the
time of his life automobiling.
Mr. Hallie Blitch, son of the veteran.
Fernie Hliteh andl representing the W.
iB. J.ohnson wholesale grocery house of
,Jat'].sville. came in yesterday tom
spn'ndl Sunday with Mrs. Bltch.
Harry Weiston accompanied the
Martin boys to Eastlake, where telwy
will sl'-ndl two weeks camping.
Miss Josephine Bullock. who was a
student at a Nashville. Tenn., school,
has returned home.
Mr. E. C. Staley, chief clerk in the
S. A. L. freight tflice. Ocala, has been
promoted to the position of soliciting
freight agent. His friends are ex-
tending congratulations.
Fred Wellhoner came in from Pa-
latka this afternoon and proceeded to
Grahamville to" visit his family over
Sunday.


Mrs. J. (. S.purlin caine up from the
lake this noon and returned on tt-* 3
o'clock train.
Dr. Spooner of Stanton was in the
city today. The doctor has been de-
voting his spare time to buying and
shipping melons, but is through with
the business now.
Mrs. A. L. Izlar went down to the
lake tils afternoon. and several other
Ocala people went down to, spend the
Sabbath.
The Rt. Rev. Wm. Crane Gray. D. D.
bishop of Southern Florida. arrived
today over the Seaboard and is a guest
at the rectory. At the 11 o'clock ser-
vice Sunday in Grace church he will
be in the chancel to administer the
apostolic rite- of confirmation and to
deliver the so rmon.
Mr. S. W. Rogers the popular travel-
ing representative of a large Tampa
hardware company, is in the city. a
guest of the Montezuma.
A1 IOia 1AA d- 2& Aaft


STUNGi ru 15 YEAR.M
by indige-stion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $24)0 worth of medicine in
vain. B. i. Ayscue. of Ingleside. N. C.,
at last used Dr. King's New Life Pil!.-.


IN BUSINESS FOR HIMSELF
Mr l., sli L. HI.rne. the popular
young mianag.-r f.r L. Horne & Co..
at Ytork. whoi :a.s s., u-ce.ssfully con-
ducted thr largo- ;.; stores location!
for s-v.ra*l eatIrs. i if';t4t. sine,- before
lith was rf ;t,. H1:ts l,..i;ght :out th-, bus-
iness fraomL I, -1";I,&' & '.. thie prin-
c(ipal own'-r.m f,- lt 4onh cam,;rby he--
ing M' r. I.,ti- ll.>ni .. <.l 4 this ity. Mr.
Horn .itt. 11iik: '. "!,. v toi busi -
liess anil i.s dotin; w' w! itll th!et ;oa-
tion. Ill futtur.. le- \%ill carr iv quit, a
large aild tun minpllit tat .- k of -general:
mtrrchandi.. inii the* .nlniith.::'. MLr.'
lorne has tween raise, iii th. turpln-I
tin' lasiii- s and thor ughly undalr-
stands thn. lois knol-.s.e l)U thI steaib\"
and tgratli ou; i i.- sof puirits. which is1
'Siir to o inme. he \\ ill n;ike g ool. wi
venture to say. in lIu.-in-e's f i himself.
SAM PETTEWAY SOLE OWNER
Mr. ;a>ni W t':'\v of I)th in 'lon. l
has rt..- ntly l,.:tii lt .ni t tlie intoer-t rof.
the othir n' int'er lf the co-mpany in:
th.. Lraoy hl.':itiaon of or inorne. Norman:
& Co. Mr. i'nttnow:n v ,i has four!
large turmmi.tinei' li.atiains. in a long
trow, s.mt im .ltciri u ith the Leroy!
place., noth.r ;tE (;aiteri. 'ne close to
Dunnellon. iilh.r., hie also has a splh'n-!
did farm ul at foIurtih pl.ac' b,.tweopn
the last ;,hlov.- mnntionedl. Mr. Pette- I
way is anith.r oif thn- successful self-i
madel nfii and ha;s th. sticking qual- i
cities and the knowl(-idg. -if the busi-
ness that is going to build him a f I tune btf it' -ft, pass<.s niiddl]f ago,.
STh. Air D:mer. among other good
subju cts :ist night l d. I "'An Inter-
ruptedl WVihli'." a miiist thrilling
storyy of Stu hrn u r;ion'o in the sev-
untt-tIith ,,-4ntury. It h: 'al clos.- atten-
tion ever.y time, it was thrown nll the
canvas. Th irl in an >-xa'Il.iit pro-
gram fotr 'his cvnin aadl th.e ittle
il o:'nt air tie a-r %i!l t.f pthle l.a -vnt- n
e-st p .lact. in to'A\Ii.
The W\w.dlmnal n oif th" l-', <,a It,.h1i a
wll attaitd,.d m-1lint nii:tn lit andI
trapis;(-t d t1a0-ir u ipI hbusiontss. Twot
aplica.tim:,- f'.a' nl rhiber.t-ip :oanl tone
tran.rf-r %%4.r,- r4, +r- ivi.d. [
Miss a Sra h i). I'innin. li-Ihl ilitora
of tile Baptist \Vitn--. whoi hats been
In town foer thr l.-t t\v.o days. left foray
Crystal lvi r ti.- i.s .fternion. \Whil-.'
in )a fl. shint ativ.nis-ml I mniot sufccess-
fully f,,r li i 1 .ai4 r. 'aP mtiiin a niim-
her o(f ;ato .its and in o.-curing .VT(! ,rl!
Ini\v sul'-rib' is She was efliiently!
:ihled in l.er woark lyv Mlisss ('CarrieI
I'.hlt a;iiol Al a I'ntrliil,. Miss 'annin
is always ;i wu!ut, viitar ta, (tLala
and the St' .-I ofli''.
An tolr:ati-on wv.a il.rformn otin Mr.:
A. 0. Licius ystardlay ;it the' lhsujital,
for apl,-ndi'itis. The doceto rs found
the case an acute on-, but the ope.ra-:
tion was a .sutcss and thl.' p)itint to-
day is nrsting (qui.tly. Monday Mr.
Frank lIytl.- will und.ri an oplu'r:ition
for thl'- sanrtre trouble.
Mrs.. E.ltwarals. the fcaliail- matron
,of the hoesplital is upi frim an attack
rf f,'v-r, b It is uot strong. i
Mr. Mt. l. I obins,>n. th.- Huhb ISlioe
m:,n. 1 a;m'. in l;-.-t night aind will sla-nd
Sui;f:" v, iih lis fiinilly. Hl r,'pm)rtq
t aI.: gia ,,l andl t he il -' Iiu*".i ofn th'- wt-,st
I s'::ost hi.i,,y i t a lit t thiu;::lt that th.,y'
v. iil have a nilurning train to) T.anipa.
Ft'fR ALE-At Fort M((Cov. forty;
acres of tht. be-st strawberry and lint-
tun-e land int Manritoi co'lnty. situated a
mile aind] a half from thf R,-ntz rail-
road. This land contains 2i acres ,of
good cypr"-.s timb:-r suitable f.ar cross-
tits, el*.<.tric light a,,o'as. t,'legra;ah,
pol mss anal shingle- timl. r. A safe In-,
v,.str'it.nt ti, bhay anrd! h<,:,di."Wi'! in -
Cra-:>S.- 2.' pi-r c.-"it in V.ihi:," ;rnin;i!;y.
Ext-us" f,,r .sailing. n *. ,i mo,-.'. W .
I. M. <,-''nr. <-:.la, Fla'~ .


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ENTERTAINED BY J
MRS. CARMICHAEL
Mrs. Fd Carmizhael proved a splen-
did hostess. as she always does when-
,ver she- entertains. in the meeting of:
th Ccinfed.r-'~-ite V terns at her love-,
ly home on Fort King avenue yester-:
dlay afternoon.
T'h.- [:,ught rs ,:issefd the usual
routin,. of l.u-in-ss an@l the litte re-
11ol iir. i\hfih t it MO.tk suvh a prom.
in*int :art in -nt.-rtainini .zv royally
th,.* ,d r...!.
A I.!t-r w :. r.,,'iv.al from .1Miss
Poan.tl. -1'., is srvin: as c(.mpanion
to Mrs. J. J. Dickison. wilhow tof the
ri't l.d g.-n'.ratl. i h. i.s now living in
Jaeks.>,nvill.. f.zskng for an inc-ea.t-d:.
contrihbuti.-i to h,-r siiTpoirt from all
the Floriila t al;pt,-rs. Th+ sum asked
for is $1 a month. Th. Ocala chapter
has b-..n (ntriibutin -.sn c,*nt< month_'
1.:. and -wil! cl ,. thIll adlitional .o0
c'nts an f raise, it lv y l1'rsi;'-il sub-
.rip(ti.,n. Mr. : i'-kis,,n i.. '.z'll known
t, i tlti t,:l-i. r,. si.n'fis a f .- city. hav-
ir. liv.-,i 1. m.i yta --r<. atil] tl o.sel
wh,, kn.,.w .,f h,.-ar -afti'tio(';'. anim.st
totally hiinil and ;ilti ry f.- i. sympa-
thize with he.r.
All the Daughters c-xc'edinly re-
gret that their blov, i dl|rt>.ishnt, Mrs.
Panniv- R. Qi.ry, ha-z crow->n so f,-.bic
that sihe. is unable to tai. t with them
and h-r omnditon is a u ,instant source
of anxiety to the Daughters, who love
her as a mother.
Mrs. <'armi(ha< I and hoer gu-st. Miss
Shealy. of Anthaony. st-rvo,d h,-r guests
with delicious refresbhme ts during the
afternoon.


In order to get my tailored

garments more rodu I

will give absolutely free a

$25 suit of clothes

With every Order for any

kind of tailored garment I

take the balance of this (June)

month,. I will give a chance

to win a suit, which will go

to the lucky one on July L

During the period of this

introductory offer, I will

make to order an all wool,

blue serge suit, in any style

that you can name, color, fit

and workmanship guaran-

teed, for $13.75.

I don't think that you can

get this suit in a ready-made

one for less than $17.50.


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MY STANDING

GUARANTEE IS

That you will have a per.

fect fit a "

That ;you will get, you

money's worth. -

That the garments are

"hand-taflored.

That the garments are

made for yOU.

Don't be a _reayo maw let '
make your clotles ad yoU Wll be w" I
d r ,.o ". -,
ODWmN fore m w evayi4er14
you get a chance om te si to be giv
away July 1 .
Come and fedel of thle pideee o erf


Pants $3.35 to $12.00.

Suits $10.00 to $50.00.


"The man that treats you ri."


Look over our line of toilet prep-
.rations. We are quite proud of the
fine- stock. Perfume.", powders and
.",>aps of the finer gides. Tydings &
4 company .


REXALL
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8, Chapter
4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that E. P.
t'hagard, purchaser of tax certificates
Nos. 22. 31. 234, 247, 416, 489, 491. 522,
;.-*2. 525, 539, 656 dated the third day
tf June, A. D. 1907. has filed said cer-
tificates in my office and has made
.l,7plication for tax deed to issue in
,'ucordance with law. Said certifl-
(,t<-s embrace the following described
property. situated in Marion county,
Florida, to-wit:
net i,,f s"o stion 32. township
l.-. range 22.
:ef' of ne% and ne%4 of seA of see-
tion 1: 40 chain.s e and w by 25 chains
n and s in se corner of section 18,
township 12. range 20.
s! of swL4 of section 35. township
14. range 19.
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ST. LOUIS BALLOON WINS
New York. June 12.-The ibaBs
University City of St. L dls. with J J
Barry and John McCablugh aboWd,
won the national edurance enmtst
which started Saturday evealrg frem
Indlanapolls.
IMPOUNDED STOCK FOR SALE
Two hogs, marked swallow ftink -*
der and upper bit in each ear; thbsm
hogs. marked under square sad upper
bit in each ear: three unmarked eWL
These animals will be sold Monday
noon at the etty pound.
Meet me at the drug store the
square.
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WBood is'The Life"f
Se im nCe beyond the above simple
Mi .yof ee Bu l t it ha Emn..cd that
MiM ^ it a meaning ever broadening
Sthe k ct brekadl th f knowledge. When
Mood is "bad"w itmpore it is not alone the
a u mhC though diewe meThe brain is
S doMd, the min md d jdement re effected, E
mm ml deed r impue thought may be
S- c he inp'uty ithe blood.

gsoar. gges GaMm ftfofmmow.
or aft mw's 0 fl m a".


"mc of scrfuiom swelling enlarged glands, open eating
w d I0 the Golden Medical Discovery" has per-
dse 6mOt marvdloum cures. In cases of old sores, or open
u ku, it is well to apply to the open sores Dr. Pierce's All-
Slve, which possesses wonderful healing potency when
p anm application to the sores in conjunction with the use of
'Go Meil Discovery" as a blood cleansing constitutional
**m*t. If your druggist don't happen to have the "All-Heal-
ig Sdhre"i nmck, you can ea procure it by incoming fifty
et i postage staps.to Dr. R.V. Pierce, 663 Main St., Buflalo,
N. Y., amd it wI cl e to you by return post. Most druggists
"p it a weeW the "Golden Medical Discovery."
we a "0 adm Mdal Dime oy f a emoiue asd a ab*1
stwes far e*4M I- Mdical ,nWy," which is a medicine r sgow* com-
I awingI a ga p 1 et iof lgredieno in plain Englis t o i bts
aper, I md bg amed as coect uader oath.
h. *ms liumPAnMspla mud vigoratumahmbver a md


O'~Efima


HI MW Clrcuit Court, Marion County,
Plarie-In Chancery.
Thes P. Doaham, as Trustee, vs.
ASwaha Fruit Coimpny, et aL
Te badboMlders ad all persons claim-
20oaI dr and by virtue of the trust
st'- p by the anmplasnant In the
stated cause, or claiming other-
w I a upon or ownership of any
04 leads a d personal property In-
,Tw t and to all whom It may
TYou, ad each of you, are hereby
Wta fA rt pro mat your bonds, ou-
oes an da his under the trust set
Uip b the conplalnat In the above
S* mI "af and alao claIma of liens
SI or of ownership of any of the
Wb a W personal properties described
1 W thers, Involved under oath to
=% thna u rsiamed special master
to ea nesry tor the said cause in ac-
enda mes with the terms of a decree
erstoforte rendered in the above stat-
4 eMte, on or before the 3th day of
Jua, A. D. 19M. at my office in the
ity oat Oeala, Marion county, Florida
r otherwise the same shall be for-

Aad y are hereby further notified
that 1z4smbO opportunity to contest
the aims Io presented, and to prove
gIa it eotestable, shall be given
prOiB a I laterest, but that an proof
ab he adBmitted and contests closed
by the end of tle () weeks from
the lat dy Or f claims, said 30th
day at De, A. D. 190.
ata and signed at Ocala. Marion
IIty, orda, this the Mth day of
May, ix1 Joseph Bell,
AsB special Master la Chancery.
NOsTIC OP APPLICATION FOR
Ta m d Uider kstiem aof Chap.
tr4 Leaws of Flerida.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4W1, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that R. D.
Jones, purchaser of tax certificate No.
464, dated the 3rd day of June, A. D.
1907. has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue- In accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion county. Florida, to-wit: lot
7 sees 14-15. tp 15 s. r 21 e. The said
land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the
name of R. D. Jones. Unless said cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according
to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
the 5th day of July. A. D. 1909.
Witness my officil signature and
seal this the 29th day of May, A. D
1909. S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. Fla.
Notice of Applioatiim for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 48,
Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. B.
Martin, purchaser of tax certificate No.
844, dated the 3rd day of June. A. D.
1907, has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Sw% of ne%, see. 26, tp. 16 s., r. 24
e. The said land being assessed at the
date of the Issuance of such certificate
In the name of Mrs. W. R. C. Boreliff.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon on the 5th day of July,
A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 5th day of June. A. D. 1909.
S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.


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count Why not put his fortunes to cured i Dr.'rce's Favorite Prescrip-
the test that night and have done with tion writ) in ireciation of the cure
It? Yes; that was the right course. which disi b Nri the examinations
So It was on the cards that Elsie and local treatment.. There i&no other
would be the amazed recipient of two medicine so ~re ndnl -effp d1 &,i,. t
proponeevening which is a women as favoritee Prescription." It
proposals in evening, which is ures debilitatming dramins. irregularity and
better average than most women are female weakness. It always helps. It
favored with in a lifetime. Christobai almost always cures. It is strictly non-
had entered the chart house with the alcoholic, non secret, all its ingredients
bxed Intent of warning Boyle that he being printed on its bottle-wrapper; con.
was going below for a moment to ask tains no deleterious or habit-forming
Miss Maxwell to come on deck when a drugs, and every native medicinal root
hrmoed Step on the bridge companion entering into its composition has the full
hurredteImietodstendorsement of those most eminent in the
cased the Imminent words to be with- several schools of medical practice. Some
held. of these numerous and strongest of pro
It was Courtenay, who had run up fessional endorsements of its ingredients,
from the salon to procure those fate- will be found in a pamphlet wrapped
ful letters which had so nearly parted around the bottle, also in a booklet mailed
Elsie and himself. He had laughingly frce o n quest, by Ir. IL V. Pierce, of
refused to tell her their history. That Buffalo, N. Y. Thle.' profe-sional en-
would spoil their effect, he said. She dorsements should have far more weight
would spoil theirthan any amount of the ordinary lay, or
must take them to her stateroom and non-professional testimonials.
read them at her leisure. Then she The most int-lligent women now-a-days,
would see their true Inwardness. and insist on knowing what they take as med-
his feelings would be spated, as he icine instead of opening their mouth like
could not deny that the majority of a lot of young birds and gulping down
them had been written by ladies. whatever is offered thcm. "Favorite Pre-
On his way he looked Into the wheel scription" is of .Now.x cOMPOSIT19N. It
O. Th way se looked into the wheel- makes weak womon strong and sick
house. There was no light In the in women well.
tarlor. Boyle, wrapped In a heavy Dr. Pierce's M~dical Advier is sent free
coat, was seated In the most sheltered on receipt of stamps to par expense of
a.ner., mailing opilyi. Nnd to Dr. 1. .. lPis-ce.
aper. Buffalo. N. Y.. 21 one-c.-nt stamps for pa.
"All quiet?" asked the captain In per-covered. or31 -tanip.; for c.th-noiind.
his brisk way. If sick consult the ok-vtor, froe of char:-e
"Nothin' doln', sir," answered Boyle. by letter. All such communications are
"I expect you are both feeling pretty Dr. irceds P-at Pellets nv
tired. Tollemache and I propose to re- and regulate stomach, liver and bowc;.a
lieve you at six bells." --. ..
"Bet why?" demanded Christohal. OTICE
"It Is you who hare passed an exciting:
day. I am ready to mount guard until Thirty days af:tr date or as soon
thereafter as practical. the city coun-
d^own TAPfm o9U% Mo enn iniCn mpt^ *iin if -;i _,*&1 ,;# I_ ..f- J&^T .l _-i aialv.a <


to the salon to gi e Miss Maxwell
9 CI 9 I nUSA ~some documents I wish her to see.
Then Tollemache and I will relieve the '
pair of you. All rihtr. Christobal. I
(Continued from Second Pag.. promise to take m3 share of the blan-
kets in the morning. I shall be ready
for a nap at 4 o'clock. At present I
feel particularly wide awake."
letter be cried. "and the otbuern lfIic hIe. went to the cabin. They beard
are tied up In the ame bundle. You imunlock the door and enter. At
will see me blush. I admit but It willthat instant a starting hail cme from
not be from a sense of perfidy. But two sailors stationed oU the poop.
there is one thing you have forgotten..tw o sailors sta thev v eiled
Elsite." And his voice dropped to a ndanoree me e the sar de
tense whisper again. "In telling me a second later, straining their eyes into
your secret, which is no secret you the black vagueness of the water.
bave given me my answer. Your heart "Indianos:' shouted two other sail- i
must have crept out a little way to ors on the forecastle, and from the I
meet mine dear, or my sister's words spar dek It seemed to be psil to
would not have perplexed you. So distinguish several black objects mov-
that Is why you have avoided me dur- in g toward the ship.
Ing the past few daya! But there '"The siren, Boyle.- cried Courtenay. I
Now, indeed, I am not acting quite striking a match. At once the swelling
fairly. It Is unfair to ask you to con- ote of te hor mote the air a!d
rees when want you to wait until we note of the fog horn smote the air and
few when I want you to wait until we thundered awain tremendous sound:
win clear of our present difficulties be thundered away n tremendous
fore you decide whether or not you can ran up the o i e crt hopent
sa man happy.r likingoor and a fine star rocket soared Into the
oilor man happy. accommodating sky. It illuminated a wide area of the
bJoey wa a highly ccommodatin ay and revealed a number of crowded
dog under certain conditions. He had canoes darting In on the ship from all
curled up so complacently that Elsie sides. Courtenay grasped the line con-
found she could hold him quite easily nected with the remaining mines and
with one arm. So the other went out hauled for dear life. Already the In-
In the darkness until it rested timidly dian rifle fire was crackling with vivid
on her lover's disengaged shoulder. spurts of flame, and stones and arrows
"it Is easy to confess that which were beginning to patter on the deck
Is already known," she murmured, and hang against the steel plate;. Two
Whether we are fated to live one day of the dynamite bombs exploded with
or fifty years, It will be all the save to the usual din, but it was hluips-.le to(
me, dear." ascertain their effect owing to the yell-
She lifted her face again to his and ing of the Indians.
would have returned the kisses he The loud summons of the siren
gave her were It not that they lost brought all hands from below. Arms
their one sided character this time. were hastily secured. the fore and aft
There was a chance that Joey might awnings closed, and Walker made shift
have been partly suffocated, though to to hammer the engine room door tight.
all appearance he meant to die a will- The Increasing violence of the- stone
Ing martyr, had not Suarez leaned lining showed that the Alaculofq
over the upper rail and asked in his meant to press home this time. What-
grating accent If he heard the senor ever their dread of the fiends- who
captaIn's voice below. roam the world In the dark. they had
ElSae, all tremulous and rosy and conquered it. and this latest phase in
profoundly thankful for the darkness, the stormy history of the ship threat-
withdrew herself from Courtenay's ended to be its most trying one.
embrace and answered the Argentine. Courtenay, who sexnwd to le every-
"Ab," said Suarez, "I am glad you where at once. lighted torches which
are there, too. senorita. Will you tell were fastened to the empty davits in
him that I am very hungry and that I readiness for a night alarm. Uc had
have not been relieved at the proper used the last rocket on bontrd,. but the
time? I have been waiting half an flares would burn for fifteen minutes
hour or more." at least. By their light the de^fn-leri
'There," cried the captain, squeezing were able to shoot or smash the skulls
lsie's arm; "that comes of using so of several savages who climbed up!
many unnecessary explanations. I roughly contrived grapnels fashioned
ought to have adopted the recognized out of bent sticks and thongs of hide.
Jack tar method and just grabbed you But there were only thirteen anon to'
round the waist without ceremony. I repel an attack which develolwd at
wonder where Boyle Is. He and Chrls- fifty points simultaneously. Ere the
tobal take the first watch, and it must torches flickered in their sockets the
be two bells or later. I will hunt savages had swarmed over poop and
them up. Goodby, sweetheart; meet bows. They were tearing at the can-
you at supper In ten minutes." vas shields and sweeping the hurri-
It was a strange and peculiar fact cane deck with showers of missiles.
that Boyle had Icornered Christob-l in Tollemache was injured, and Walker.
the salon and had Insisted on telling Courtenay had his forehead cut open.
him various remarkable anecdotes con- Suarez fell Insensible while he was Iel-
cerning the one legged skipper of the lowing curses, through a megaphone in
Flower of the Ocean brig. It w.a still the va of htni the d
more odd that when Christobal yielded termin hope of nemy. frightening the were
to unwonted and melancholy silence termined enemy. Two Chileans were
after learning from Suareeacz that tsilhe I down, one struck with a stone and th,-
after learning from are that other shot through the lungs.
senor captain had been talking to the o at last the K ansas was in the
senorita for a very long time on the grip of a sa and implacable foe.
promenade deck Boyle should feel in-. Courtenay while hauling a steam hose
dined to sing. And then, with a chill- to the weaket point, the after part of
Ing Inspiration, Christobal knew why the promenade ldek. met Christobal.
the chief officer had caused him to He clutched the Spaniard in a way
miss the hour for relieving the watch. there could be no mistaking.
Boyle had seen those two together and below he muttered in a ter-
had planned to leave them undis- rlble voice. "I cannot leave the deck.
turned You must go. And. for God's sake.
Th S d a a igfe man. don't tell her! L he! her die without
He had Inherited from his English knowing."
mother a saving sense of humor. It knowing.
was Intolerable that the pleasant rein- (Continued Nxt Saturday.)
lons existing between the few sur-
vivors on board the Kansas should be
disturbed by reason of any failure on fThe Modesty Of Women
hispart to acquiesce in Elsie's right naturallyy makes them .hrink from the
to bestow her affections where she indelicate questions., the obnoxious ex-
listed. He wondered If the girl had aminations. and unple-asant local tre't-
come on deck after supper. Her habit ments, which souec plhyiciana con>is.er
was to retire early, as she rose soon essential in the treatment of diseases of
after the sun. He had seen her for a women. Yet, if h.lp can be had, it is
moment only In passing out of the sa- better to submit to this ordeal than let
Ion, and there was a suspicious bright- the disease grow an'l spread. The trouble
e her eyes for which solicitude the annonce and shame for nothing.
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AN UNNATURAL DAUGHTER
Bessie Kimble, a 1-Yer-Old Ken-
tucky Girl, Aided Her Paraimer to
Murder Her Father
Rockport. Ky.. June 12.-Lodged In
adjoining cells. Clay Smith, a young
married man. and Bessie Kimble, a
1'-.vyear-old girl. are charged with the
murder of the girl's father. who is
als.o Smith's father-in-law.
Smith is said- to have murdered
Kimble. aided by the girL because the
father found out that he was on In-
timte terms with the young woman.
The murder was committed Thurs-
day morning. The man was at once
taken to jail and because of the dem-
onstrations made against him it was
de*-med advisable- to surround the Jail
wi h a cordon of officers.
Smith is 2S years of age. His wife
is prostrated over the event. The of-
fi'--rs say they have letters in tzew
imi?,t-rsion which show that Smith
planned the crime and persuaded the
girl to aid him in murdering her par-
,nt.

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MASTER'S SALE Rod"iinniU


Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree render-
*d by the Honorable W. S. Bullock.
judge of the circuit court of the Sth 0
judi ial circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion county, in chancery sitting, in
a certain cause pending therein
whertein Thomas P. Denham. trustee,
is complainant, and the Oklawaha
Fruit Company, The Consolidate4
Chititu Company and J. R. Williams
are defendants, the undersigned as
special master in chancery, will on
Monday, the 5th day of July. A. D.
1909. at the south door of the court
house in Ocala, Marion county. Flor-
ida. during the legal hours of sale. of-
fer for sale and sell to the highest bid-
der for cash all the property directed
to be sold in and by said decree and
described as follows, to-wit: Begin-
ning at the southeast corner of sec-
tion six (6) in township thirteen (13)
south of range twenty-one (21) east,
and running thence west along the
south line of said section six (6) forty-
five (47) chains, thence north forty
(401) chains to the quarter section
line. thence east twenty-five (25)
chains, thence south twelve and 50-
110 chains, thence east twenty (20)
chains t. section line, thence south
tw(nty-seven (27) and 50-100 chains-
to point of beginning, lying, being
and situate In Marion county. Florida:
and also that certain other piece or
parcel of land described therein and
particularly described as follows: Be-
ginning at a point eight (8) chains
west of the northeast corner of the
southeast quarter. of section six (6)
in township thirteen (13) south of
range twenty-one (21) east. thence
run west along the quarter section
line four (4) chains, thence south
twelve and Fl0-100 chains, thence east
fur (4) chains, thence north twelve
ard 50-100 chains to the point of begin-
ning. situate, lying and being in Ma-
rion county. Florida. said last men-
tioned piece to be sold subject to the
h.-n of that certain Judgment in favor
of Charles E. Garner against Chas.
W. White, dated August 21. 189. and
r-.o)re-d in Minute Book "B" at page &
2.5 of the public records of Marion
county. Florida. and now held and
lwn-(l by defendant, J. R. Williams,
lov deed of assignment dated Novem- e
her IS, 1904. and recorded in Book of c
As-ignments "I" at page 487 of the v
pu,;:lic records aforesaid; together b
with all the buildings, fences, tools t
,4 nd implements, orange groves and
nurse. -ry stock planted and growing
ti-.' !-on and all forms of personal
lpr;,prty now owned by said defen-
(:ait. Ocklawaha Fruit Company, sit-
uate- upon said before mentioned and
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