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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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 15, 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: VID03193
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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they would go to British Columbia to
marry. County officials say the law
will result In many Americans mar-
rying in Canada.
It's a woman's delight to look her
best, but pimples, skin eruptions, sores
and bolls rob life Joy. Listen!
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them:
makes the skin soft and velvety. It
glorifies the face. Cures pimples, sore
eyes. cold sores, cracked lips. chapped
hands. Try It Intfallible for piles.
26c at all druggists.
Branford, Fla., June 15.-News has
reached here from Hatch Bead, In La-
fayette county. that the dead body of
Albert McComlster was found in his
bugy on the road yesterday morning,
his neck being broken.
A tree had been for some time lean-
ing over the road high enough to al-
low teams to pass under it. and fell on
Mr. McColllster as he was passing
under, killing hims. The buggy was
considerably damaged.
Sometimes you may he told that
there arwe ather thinam inst as mOOd as

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Two Seis Rn MI wiM Try to Sifgal
Our Next Ser Poot frem 04s

S ngfield, Mass.. June IS.-P aes-
sor David Todd, of Amherst and Leo
St vens, the New York aernmaut who
hope to establish communication with-
Marm by means of wireless signals
from a balloon, have made prepara-
tlo for a trial trip In their aerial
craft today.
According to their plans, the great
trip will be from mine point In Ohio,
which Is believed to be the sttte near-
est to Mars, and will take place In
September. whem the neighboring
planet -win be Is much closer prox-
imity to the earth- than now.
Mr. Stevens and the professor have
placed orders In Fmmance for a special'
barograph and other instruments for',
their flight. Ten miles of a specially
made wire will be paid out, so that
the two men can keep In touch with
the earth. This will weigh about 3W
"We do not expert to be obliged to
resort to our aalum tamks," said
Mr. Stevena, "until we have attained
a height of ive miles or more. The
highest altitude I have ever reached Is
four and three-quarter miles. FPrench-
men went up eight and a quarter miles
about a year ago, but one of them was
frozen to death, and the other paralyz-
ed. They were not prepared for such
a height, and we will be."
unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or cold. W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Such exposure gave him a severe cold
that settled on his lunop. At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After using
one bottle." he writes, "I went back to
work as well as ever." Severe colds.
stubbon coughs, Inflamed throats and
sore lungs, hetoi atLag., croup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. Wc and S1. Trial bottle free,
guaranteed by an druggists.
New German LUiner George Wasebngton
With Over S People Abeard on
Her Way to New York
Southhampton. June 15.-The new
North German Lloyd Liner George
Washington called here yesterday and
sailed again for Cherbourg on her
maiden voyage to New York. The
George Wshington, 27.00 tons. is the
largest ship ever built in Germany.
She is 722 feet long, 78 feet wide an4
the depth from the upper saloon deck
Is 64 feet and from the awning deck
So feet Her floating population will
amount to 303 persons. There are
Marconi offices for writing messages,
dark rooms for pbotograpkers, a large
electric gyMnaslum and winter gar-
Men past middle life have found
ematort 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: "Up to a year
ago my father suffered from klinei
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced It enlargement nt
the prostate gland and advised an .p-
eration. On account of his age we
were afraid he could not stand it and
I recommended Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy, and the first bottle relieved him,
and after taking the second botte he
was no longer troubled with this comn-
plaint." Sold by all druggists.
Washingtm Takee the Lead in Pass-
ins Freak Laws
Seattle. Wash.. June 15.-The new
state law providing that applicants
for marriage license must undergo
medical examination, except where
the woman Is 5 years old. is now in
effect. Ten couples appeared at the
license office Saturday with physic-
lans' certificates, and two couples
when Informed of the new law said


Men's King Quality, high top,
and $5 kinds, at

all leathers, $4

Men's Satin Calf Bals, worth 82, at


Men's Oxfords, patent, tan, vioi and
Goodyear welt; of best makes, Packard King
Ralston Health, Burt & Packard, etc., $8.50
Shoes, at

Men' Sinle Sle Oford, thav4y tingforthi

and $

Men's Single Sole Oxfords, the very thing for this
time ot the year, light and flexible, at


Ladies' Comforts, all sizes, the $2.00 kind, at


One lot of Ladies' Oxfords, all
some with cork heels, at


, Ladies' Tan Oxfords, $2.00 kind


sizes and leathers,

Children's Barefoot Sandals, a good variety of
leather, at

Children's Oxfords, Sandals, worth upto$1.25, at

Polish for Black, Tan, White, 'Oxblood and
Brown Shoes. The combination paste and polish,
sold everywhere at 10 cents, for 5 cents.
Many other bargains in Ladies' Shoes, too num.
erous to mention, Children's Shoes of the best makes
at the lowest possible prices.

The stock is of such a great
variety that it is impossible to
price it. A visit to our store
and inspection of the Shoes and
prices is all we ask, and you will
do the rest willingly.

This store will not be underse-

To do what we'say and say what we id.


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We are
- Fres Crue ,,. 0,r ,, work, of 1
HuMdre Me. May ke at the ManA
Bttenm of theIm aonm a
Paris. June IL.-The Toulos corre- ing mat
spondent of the Eclair says that no
official news has been resolved yet of our O
the armored cruiser Jules Frrry, which Teapo
left Turkish waters for Toulon sixteen
days ago.
A relative of one of the officers of J AM ES
the ship recentlUy received a letter irim
him In which he stated that the cruis-
er was leaking badly----
The Jules F*rry is a ship of 12.71
tons and carries a crew of 723 men.
She was launched at Cherbourg on
August 8, 113. Ther
Mothers who value their own Con- l isl
fart and the weltere of their chflurs. 0666 9
fortld m rs nb without a box of Rheeo a
Motbe vr O he Powders or
children, for use throughout the sea- T e
sm. They break up colds c m- fe
orders, headache and stomeh trou-
bls Thee powder never MI.L aold
by all drumMrs, 26c. Dot accept T. T. Mmeo, p"
any substitute. A trial package will
be sent free to any mother who winll
Address AlUIen Ohmted.m Leroy. N.T. t

Two Moere UvL SMrifaedl m Trying
to s-a the lb w of the Unllky
Russian Submarine Kambeala
Sehastopol, June 15.-All hope is
gone of saving the lives of the crew
of the Russian submarine Kambala,
which was sunk In the collision with
the battleship Rostlslaf during man-
euvers Friday night, or of ricoveibth
the wreck, owing to the great depth
of water. Two divers have died lan the
attempts to rescue the men, on accent
of the intense pressure.


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beside this: "I want to go onFR reco n
as saying that Iarefu imeBtMte -- -. -- ~-
as one of the rwmtest gifts tht od .
baa made to woman." write Mrs. 0. \ AND,
Rhinevault. of Vestal Center, N. T.,
I can never forget what It rhas done Xdo.. Pks*ft1- a i, -
for me." Thi. gloriosa Udff e gives
body and jubisat health. It quickly u
cur- nervousness, plessness,g mel-
nacholy, headache, backache, fainting
weak ailing and sickly. Try them,. -
..6e at aU drftitsL. I! C, _ ---, .i d li l
TwO Theusand UMarmwed Laborers
shot is 08 o the Mar in MW c a Ae d -0A
Constantiunople, June 15.-One of the IuiWu Cu'luu"M
foreign consuls in Turkey, after a tour O Sh'o wI
of the scenes of the April massacree.
send@ in a report In which the ap- @Ma ew 3 U bu 4 I
palling details of the massacres at 9 *
dierent points daring the recent dis-
turbances are confirmed. '
The report states that 2.0M labor- I i *.
ers were shot down like so many rab- U "
bits at Homadleh. After the slaugh- .I U 1 .
ter. for It was nothing less. the place .W. .1.. --' -- -
looked like a battlefield, except for the
absence of weapons among the dead. L -- -- -.
The bodies were allowed to remain --'V ,ly L j
just where they had fallen. FOR HEALTH AND PLE.UU.
The most delicate part of a baby U BIsI
Its bowels. Every ailment t It It suf-
fers with attacks the bowels also en- WLAYd fI IN.C:
angering In most cases the life of the "Land of the SWAYN V
Infant. McGee's Baby El ir cures On the Southern Railway, one hour ftrm As Aq-l. O -ap 0 i Ue
diarrhea, dysentery and all derange- No aosumptives. Hot and Cold p hur Wnn" M ae -_- -
ments of the stomach and bowels. At Special attention to mountain parteoa. Special prtr t- M
all drug-liu ItrW-01-n address C. ROGAN, Managr. (Prm-ibr i S.
worth Inn. Absheville.) -
Recently Cavictad Naval SteWs Men.
File ia Appeal in Federal Ceurt atcal.
New Orleans, June 15-Edmond
H. Nash, Spencer P. Shotter, J. T.
Cooper Myers and George M. Board-
man, officials of the American Naval
Stores company, who were recently
convicted at Savannah In federal .
court on a charge of violating the
Sherman anti-trust law. filed an ap-
peal in the United States court of ap- U W
peals here yesterday. The appeal is __ a l a J iLHma
based on alleged errors contained in E .. -
U allegatmo.m. | !Bt9 r :
by Indigestion's pangs-tryaing many S
doctors and $S0 worth of medicine In
vain, B. P. Ayueue, of Ingleide, N. C,
and writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure con ntipatiorn. bllwwam.
sick headache, stomach, liver. kidMey
and bowel troubles. 2 at a ll drug-

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-reseins of Ermaus a mm
of NHis Tern
Washington, June ILS.-According to
a dispatch received this morning by
the state department from the Ameri-
can ambassador to Brazil, President
Penna, of the Brazslian republic, died
Alphonse Penna was elected to the
bead of the Brazilian nation Novem-
ber 15. 1G,. and his term of otffee
would not have expired until two years
hence. The deceased was a man of
great willpower and made a splendid
ruler. Under his rule the prosperity
of the nation has Increased.

HOTEL ,.rni 7*,
SI"North Ngmlapo% obv% to T bs.. ma.W
BAnt Med-m to 0 dJ LI4 a
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Table in always *nppllieI with .thO be*
dfiled cooking, cadul a e to Q~~~
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. And hundreds of people are
taking advantage of it It is no
wonder; how can you miss it
When you can get two pairs for
the price of one?
Below we quote a few prices
to give you an idea of the sav-
ings we are saving to our cuw-
tomers, and want you to share
in the savings, if you haven't yet

Men's Romeos, tan and black, the $1.49 kind, at

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0 Umiw mld 3&IL Carrel,
m6 a W haet. It fei

dod ly 1 -
dw te direetles and control of Messrs.
Carter & Russell is still doing busi-
sess at the old tand, but so improved
hs cilNUlatle. business Influence and
e*qliment that its old timn friends
ail to treogalse It, but are pleased to
kow ueeasse hs attended the con-
acientios efforts of Messrs. Carter &
iRumeil to poblth a clean and credi-
table Journal, devoted to the dissemi-
mdati of news and the upbullding of
JackaeBvillle ad Florida. In which the
Metrepolls has been a consplelous part.
The Metropsl business has so grown
u1,theWy lost their building by fire
aix years ago that the new one erect-
ed had to have an additional story put
os to- aesiOdate Ms ever Iecreas-
Ilg blsamma. It if the only paper la.
the state that employs an auto tO
qilekly deliver the edition to Its pa-
teanM. We ae glad to know the per-
severiag and cosclentlous labors of
MeSsrs. carter & Rumaen have scored
such a success ad trust it win con-
tise until the end of their days.

Miss Minnie Blitch will wed today
at Largo Mr. Freelen Diffenworth, a
very pr.emint- young man of that
place. TBe &aIr bride Is the niece of
Dr. IB. Blitch and a most estimable
young lady. Mr. Diffenworth was
reared at Largo but has been a fre-
quent vltor to Ocala and the Blitch-
toe seiebsm

gl.Jame tjhe superintendent of
placed theis of-
S'preegatint t
as 116 as
ever-i I 1*e l ood laed, per-
feet ta form and smooth as the cheek
et a babe.

Now comes along Tom Pritchett.
the lioomer of Candler and the doer
of things, when It comes to fruit and
me and puts us under obligations
for a .f te peabhes. Thasnt,
CONa 1d

On Jan. 30, a cartoon appeared in
the Times-Union as a suggestion for
the trout cover of the Outlook, when
Mr. Roosevelt should become its edi-
tor. The suggestion evidentally has
met the approval of the owners of this
well known magazine, as a request has
been sent to Mr. C. R. Kreger, the
Times-Unlon's Ocala representative,
for wsJ.copiles. In preference to
55- WfI ta the matta office. The
Va W- o y will soon spread
to the four corners of the globe.
WUllmm Tucker, the market man,
*pt-t Daturday at Camp Bryan, near
*VIlkbl, with tie soldier boys and
hlad a very pleitaam time. He tells
tbSu-NWe at-i o nr camp'5'beauttful
lalM. day was a igeat one por
vlwltorarsl camp was eowded with
sight seers andi Included the governor

4.B. Al Sth, of Sarasota, will move
to Tampa July 1st and engage in the
4Ws good h bltes. Mr. Smith is well
known na Ocala and for a long time
w aU S& Nt of Anthony, where he
was the popular agent of the S. A. L,
Ta l-wishes him success in his

T. *bso f Inverness and J. B.
uomu~~ of T ruaille, were guests
of the Montezuma last night.

MR. iu O Cmwr. a treveUng op-
tiela, had an xperlenee lasthbight not very pleasant. He spent
yesterday In the Slhady Grove section.
plying his trade and as darkness came
Oen he was near Santos and sought
shelter but could afind none and so he
started for Oeala. The rain set In the
darkames was Inky and as his horse
does ot see well he got out and led
hi all the way to town, every inch of
whikh was In the seeking rain.

Our veteran friend, Mr. J. A. Pitt-
san, will please accept the thanks of
the Star for copies of the Memphis.
(T'na.) Selmeter, giving a glowing and
&aaeaut, preotely illustrated,
the Confederate reunion In that
It was one of the grandest re-
ev* IMd and the hospitality
Ipdbsabowd to the veterans was
O finest ever. The dower parade
MAf wa zabed In the South. .

Ocalas Boa of Trade has tak-
Sap the question of attaching a pas-
ger coach to the momtrg Leeeburg
igh t train and permitting passeng-
to ride asm., with Mr. R. Rid-
S slsal- superintendent of the
I Mr. Rddell Informs the board,
06e efetary, that the matter
Nl-ld advisement and he will In-
E i te. dArs whether the re.
hi graated We hope so as
it wMl prove a great convenience to
b-Oaph to visit the lake
Sloa the neto vi
ni" tiinb more time to
2 'Yb 49i hle11.In the city.

NOs"t Mathews of the Starke
les an assistant editor in
. M 4 his p. Eugene S.
Mathews, Jr., who arrived a few days
agOe Li I the frst of his kind in the
faBily. It Is needless to add con-

Alble t *l a It the Ili*o diann
*rmssed i da6iM to sao the d over-
aw sign the bill to mark an paid mat-
tOr iSarted in newspapers as adver-

O M a a gllriou rain lht nlght
Ohk how It wa needed. Just In time
to 0av the corn crop. which will be
< AstcM heaviest for years

Mr. C. L Deke, who has recently
raduaed fronm the Tampa Business
C011age, has taken a position with
far a 9 mn. 11apa... a -a

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Rev. Robert Hugh Morris. pastor of
the First Presbyterian church, was the
recipient of a very high honor when
the degree of doctor of divinity was
conferred upon him by Northwestern
University this morning. Northwestern
has not been overly liberal in the dis-
tributioo of this degree and it is there-
fore much more of an honor when re-
ceived from the local school than when
given by many other institutions.
Dr. Morris had previously been of-
fered the degree. but had refused, as
he did not csnpider the institution of-
fering it of -urh a standing as to
make it a great honor.
Dr. Morris was born in georgla in
1A76 and received his education in the
public schools of that state. In the
Southwest Georgia Military Academy.
a part of the state university, at Ern-
o.-y College, at Princeton University.
and Princeton Theological Seminary.
He is a master -of arts from Princ.-
His father. Re-v. W. J. Morris, died
when he was only 13 years old. Be-
fore coming to Evanston. Dr. Morris
was pastor of the presbyterian church
In Ocala. Fla.: Barnesville, Ga.; El-
wer, N. J.. and the Oak Lane church
at Philadelphia. From the last church
he was called to the pastorate at Ev-
anston last .November. When the
pastoral committee recommended Dr
Morris to the Evanston church they
declared him to be the best pulpit ora-
tor among the 100 or more preachers
of their denomination at Philadelphia.
He has sustained this reputation ever
since coming to Evanston. He was
married in Georgia in 19W0 to Miss Lida
The above is taken from the Evans-
ton, (111.) Commercial News. of June
9th, which contains a very entertain-
ing account of the 57th commencement
of the great Northwestern University,
under the denominational control of
the Methodist Episcopal church, North.
with its thousands of students and Its
$00 graduated from the various de-
partments and the conferring of sev-
eral degrees on distinguished and ris-
ing young men.
This notice has a special Interest to
Ocala, more particularly to the Pres-
byterians of this city, whose eloquent
pastor, Dr. Morris was some ten years
ago and who while serving here was
the delight of the school children, in
whom he took a deep interest, fre-
quently visiting the school, where he
became a prime favorite, because he
was invariably called on for a talk
and as he was an Inimitable story tel-
ler, he fairly set the school wild with
Ms amusing and birth provoking stor-
ba. All these will have a renewed
and lively sense of appreciation and
kindly remembrance as soon as they
read the distinguished honor conferr-
ed on Dr. Morris by the Northwestern
University of Evanston, IllI., ten miles
northwest of Chicago, on the shores of
Lake Superior.

A Nut for e amee to Cerek.
Why do people who do not eat pork
as meat continue to use it in the form
of lard? Lard is just as indigestible
as pork. In a recent article on cook-
ing fats, Dr. Paige Emery, the emient
specialist, writes as follows:
"The healthful and economical solu-
tion of the looking fat problem is the
use of Cottolene. Cottolene Is purely
a vegetable product, is easily assimi-
lated, and aids digestion. Dietetic ex-
periments have shown conclusively that
when a vegetable oil Is used In cook--
Ing in preference to animal fat. It la
rare easily assimilated and yields far
more nourishment to the body."
Cottolene is sold only in sealed pails,
of special design, which keep it sweet
and fresh indefinitely.

Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, of the Munroe
& Chambliss Bank, Ocala, was in town
last Friday. Mr. Chambliss is an up-
to-date banker, and it is difficult to
tell whether he is more proud of his
bank or his farm. Certainly he has
done more for the Improvement of cat-
tle in the state of Florida than any
other one man, and that he raises
plenty of crops for the market may be
gauged by the fact that when he was
here he had Just shipped his 22nd car
of cantaloupes.-Leesburg Commercial.


9 a. m.-Meeting of clinic commit-
tee and clinicians.
9:30 a. m.-Clinics as announced by
the clinic committee.
3 p. m.-Discussion of clinics.
Meeting for scientific and literary
8 p. m.-Informal smoker given by
Ocala dentists.
9 a. m.-Unfinished business.
Report of officers, committees, mis
ccllaneous business. etc.
11 a. m.-Election of officers.
Selection of next place of meeting.
Installation of officers.
Appointment of committees.
Final reading of minutes.
Final adjournment.
Names and Addresses of Those Tak-
*in 4 lthe Dental vExaminmtion at the


LORETTO. (Near ftndarls) -]OR- A.-

Bo&rding School for Boys Conducted by the Sisters of 8t. Joseph. TYa
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical, Intel-
lectual. Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Magnmficat Swinmasaig
Po>l. Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms. Dormitories. Dining Hall and
Recr'ration Rooms.

1u a. m. in the courthouse, to which
the public is invited. Mayor John D.
Robet-rtson will extend the glad hand
of welcome and Dr. Kemp of Key
\Vest w hias the r,.,eitatio n f being

Ocala House a good speaker. will respond. We trust
out people will hun'r the occasion with
W. H. Lee. Melrose; J. T. Miller, their presence.
Mobile. Ala.: M. W. Willis. Marianna:
R. C. McCabe, Kingston, S. C.: E A STEADY DRAIN
Clark, Gainesville: J. R. Hendley, Dade A STEAD DRAIN
City: B. A. Thomas. Alachua: J. E. Sick Kidneys Weaken the Whole Body.
Sikes. White Springs: W. A. Brown, Make You III, Languid and
Philadelphia, Pa.; C. G. Mixon, Gaines- Depressed
YOUR APPEARANCE ville; C. B. Ayer, McIntosh: B. S. Sick kidneys weaken the body
Will not suffer if ou have to wear Guest, Homerville. Ga.; A. F. Bigelow, through the continual drainage of life-
Will not suffer I ou have to wear Seabreeze: W. E. Van Brunt. Talla- giving albumen from the blood into
spectacles. hassee; W. A. Ray. Milligan; H. B. the urine, and the substitution of
They are improving to most peo- Williamson, Evergreen, Ala.; J. R. poisonous uric acid that goes board-
ple's looks when ftted by one who Highsmith. Fayetteville, N. C.: C. A. cast through the system, sowing the
Hopkins. Jacksonville: F. S. Roux. seeds of disease. Loss of albumen
understands how. Galnesville; E. J. Yelvengton. Acadia; cause' weakness, languor, depression.
Your eyesight is too precious to c. W. Fain, Pensacola: H.EJ. Hamp- ric poisoning causes rehumatic painthe
neglect. You owe them all the at- ton. Tampa; 0. B. Wrigh t. St. Pc- ick, gravel and kidney stones. The
tention and care that they may need. tersburg: S. M. Long, St. Marys. Ga.: proper treatme nt is a kidney treat-
S. F. Penwal, Pitman. N. J.; A. L. mrnt, and the best remedy is Doan's
They Get Careful Attention Here Moore, Rufus. N. C : M. L. Madray. Kidney Pills.
DR. D. M. BONEY, Folkston. Ga.; Leroy W. Denham, of Oscar Osterman, living in Starke,
wyih Scilt Gainesville. Fla.. says: "1 give Doan's Kidney Pills
Eyesight Specialist, my highest r'-commendation. as they
Ocala, Fla. The examining committee consists proved'l f ,rmore benefit t me than any-
of T. J. WeLsh. Pensac.ola. chairman: thine I had previously used I suf-
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and G. Mason. Tampa. secretary:; R. P. fere.l from kidney trouble for some
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office Taylor. Jacksonville; C. F. K-mp, Key tinie. The kidney secretions were too
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary West. and J. E. Chace. Ocala. frequent in action, andi I was forced to
block. The theory i examination began yes- arise firm six to eight times during
terday at 9 a. m. and lasted until 10 the night on this account. I also suf-
o'clock last night. le began again this frel from backache.. and was bothered
$1,000 IN CASH PRIZES morning at 10 and they ep-ert to ge.t ly i lapain through my loins. None of
through with that part of the- exam- sirfd relief until I procured Deans
Do you think you could write the nation at noon tomorrow. Wedne.s- Kidney Pills They soon helped me and
scenario, or outline, or plot of a play? day will be devoted to work in the by the time I had taken the contents of
Prizes amounting to $1,000 in cash and dental offices of the city in lpractie'al two boxes, the backache and pains had
royalties on the successful plays, work. entirely passed away. The action of
which may amount to independent for- The examinations are being he.ll in the, ki.dn.y secretions soon became
tunes, will be given in a contest to the parlors of the Orala House. mak- r, gular, and as a result I did not have
appear in the New York Sunday Ing it convenient. comfortable and toe arise during the night as formerly.
World June 27. In next Sunday's pleasant, electric fans iing provided I now feel fifty per cent. better than
World. June 20, will be given Dream- to -cool the atmosphere. Amang the 29 "! 1fr in a long timni and cannot praise
land Waltzes, and on June 27 a new taking the examination are s-veral' Doan's Kidnfy Pills too highly."
song from the big Anna Held show. who have reached middle ae. IPlentymoore lproo'f likeythis from
Words and music complete with the The open session of the dental con- o'ng sta reI nd i' k what their custo-
New York Sunday World. If no dealer vention will take place Thursday at m,,rr r'epotrt.
in your lown, write to the World. For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milhurn Co.. Buffalo.
5 or 6 doses "W6" will cure any eaem %- N-w York, sole. agents for the United
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and

E. L Carney, Tax Collector, in Ac-. LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
count with Marion County, ATLANTIC COAST LINE
May L 31st, 1909 $17.65-Asheville. N. C.. July 13, 14
County Schools and 13. Limit July 31.
Uncollected April 30. 1909....$8140.91 $17.65--Ashoville. N. C.. June 17, 18.
By ncoected Apri 1eceipt........114.82Limit June 25. Stopovers allowed.
By treasurer's receipt ........ 1184.82 $1425-Atlanta. Ga.. June 19, 20. Limit
Balance uncollected ........ 695.09 "" Julo 2',. Stpwovers allowed.
County Proper 9 $12.40-Athns.- Ga.. June 26. 27. 28.
Uncollected. April 30. 1909 .... 1S78.69 I.imit I. da.ys. Extension to Setptem-
By treasurer's receipt ........ 273.42 hlr 320. St-,ovewrs.
Balance uncollected ........ 605.27 $18.25--Knoxville. Te.nn., June 20. 21.
County Reads "2-. ". Limit 15 days. Exten-
Uncollected. April 30. 1909.... 483.16 siMn ti S.ptenmer .0. Stopovers.
c treasurer' l r3eipt ... $27.25-Louisville, Ky.. June 5. 6. 7.
By treasurer's receipt ........ 637.98 Limit June 17. Extension to June
Balance uncollected ........ 3745.58 ~f. Stopti-vers.
County Building THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES. $20-Nashville. Tenn.., June 4. 7 8.
Uncollected. April 30. 1909 .... 2504.90 14. 11. 1;. 21%. 29. 30). Limit 1 days.
B"o treasurer's receipt ....... 364.5 and taste as sweet. That's why Schles- in t0.
By treasurer'rceipt.........394.56Extension to September 30. Stop-
Balance uncollected ........ 2140.34 Inger's and Lowney's Candies In half! ovcrs.
Poll Taxes, Etc. and pound boxes are so popular. Pure $16.25-Me mph1. Tenn.. June 3. 6. 7.
I'neollptt April 30.199....11120 Limit Junr 14. extension to July 1.
uncollected. April 30. 1949 .... 1112.00 confections these; flavor delicious. Our i sti),,vers.
11xtra collected .............. 46.00 confectionery is free from adultera-! $1525--Tus<';iec..ea. Ala.. June 8. 9. 12.
By treasurer receipt........ 00 tion. It is wholesome and healthful. 14. Limit 13 days. Extension to
By treasurers receipt ........ 399.00 Every kind of confectionery here. litm)er ,;o. Sto;-overs.
Balanceuncollected ........ 59.00Frits Cold Drinks, Cigars and News$83.90-104.65-Los Angeles and San
County SubSchools ruits old Drnks as andFrans. ,n sale various dates.
Uncollected April 30. 1909 .... 3052.42 papers. Limit O(tob,-r 31. Variable routes
By treasurer's receipt ........ 16 3.5 l st,,plovcrs.
Balance uncollected ........ 28S8.57 AT BALLARD S $95.40-S-attle. WVahingtn. Variable
Total balances....(18094.85 r,,utes and stoplovers. Limit Octo-
Total balances .... 18094.85 r 31.
State of Florida. Marion County. $18.70-.Mnteagle and Sewannee,
I. S. T. Sistrunk. clerk circuit court,. Ttnn.. July 1. 10. 17. 23. 24. 30. Au-
hereby certify that the above is a true egust 1. and 14. Limit September
and correct statement of the collector's '- 5 St, opovers allowed.
account with Marion county and the S Fror further information call on or
subsehool districts, as the same ap- \ writp F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
pears upon the books in my office. Kirkland Tamp. a
Witness my hand and official seal
this 8th day of June. 1909. f\o Everyone would be benefited by
(Seal) S.T. SISTRUNKo \ mS ' y Orino Laxative for con-
Ci o\s i;.ation. stomach and liver trouble.
Clerk Circuit Court. as it swvt'et.ns the stomach and
ORANGE GROVE i .C breath. gently stimulates the liver

S. H. BLrrTCH, Manager.

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by local applications, as they cannot' DENTAL ASSOCIATION;
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to curedeaf- The following is the program for
ness, and that is by constitutional the meeting of the State Dental As-
remedies. Deafness is caused by an solution. Thursday at the courthouse .
Inflamed condition of the mueuousa beginning at 10 o'clock. The ladles;
lining of the Eustachan Tube. When are especially invited. We trust that!
this tube is inflamed you have a rum- t hey will show their appreciation of
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and honor on by
when it is entirely closed, deafness ts Jprt-sence. .
the result. ani unless the inflamma- livMayor aJoh Ddr f wrtsome whi d-
tion can be taken out and this tube will b responded to by Dr. C. Kemp
restored to its normal condition, hear- of Key West.
ing will be destroyed forever: nine 9 a. m.-Meeting of excutie and
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. auxiliary committees. Payment of an
which is nothing but in inflamed con- nual dues. (Treasurer's reeit will
dition of the mucuous surfaces. buel du (Treasurer's receipt will
Wdiio n of the mucuous surfaces be accompanied by members badge.
We will give One Hundred Dollars without whih members are n.,t ex-
for any case of deafness (caused by tended the privilege of the fleh e,.)
catarrh) that cannot be cured by a m.Meeting of g-nran.
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- Invocation by Rev. R. H. Bairnett. of
Jars. free. Ocala.
F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo. 0. Address of welcome by the Hon.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall' J,,hn D. Robertson. mayor of Ocala.
Family Pills for constipation. Response to the address of welcome.!
on behalf of the society, by Dr C FI
1115 a. m.-The prs-itent's annual!
Every member of the Marion County address, by the ,a-si.-ilent. Dr. -* I.1
Anti-Saloon League is expected to be Nance. Tampa.
on hand on Tuesday night, June 15th, 12:30 p. m.-App'lintmvnt of com-
at 8 o'clock. As this meeting is im- mittee on president's address, and ad-
portant, every member outside the journment.
hospital must show up. 2:30 p. m.-R"ll call and reading
H. C. Packham. Secretary. minutes of last meeting.
Applications for memb-rship.
IF YOU KNkW Report of committee on presidentt:
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you addresa.
would never suffer from kidney, blad- Prelimiary report of clinicc com-
der of rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two mlttee, Dr. Carroll H. Frank, chair-
month's treatment. Sold by druggists man, Jacksonville.
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr. 3:30 m.-eeprt of executive
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. p m.-M.eting of clentific and
Louis. Mo. literary work.
literary work.

St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida


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-We have a complete stock of all kinds of Carpenters' Tools of the highest grade.
Also tools for workmen in most of the other trades. Our goods are all firstclsas,
guaranteed. and will be a good investment. Come in and look over the stock; you
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I. ROBINaSON, Prelet.
NO. J. BUL TCH. Teller.





Are. the merchants, the professional and successful men and women of
the city, the farmers of the surrounding territory.
We accommodate all classes. Our customers represent the men -and
women who have built an4 are sifl building successful .eterprises.
We solicit a share of your business.

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I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, Steel. Brass. Copper. Zine,
Tin. Lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrels, Leather. Etc.; old Engines,
Boilers, Rails, 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.


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wn ow Ide Urieo hl Nye, C$hd I %W

4 Qts. Straight N. Qts. Straight N. 75
C. Corn Whisky ll 8 C. Corn Whisky

Thatese ars Are Fd 3 2 kmetue arbo N 16 .m

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will find what you want, and at reasonable prices.

H. B. CLARKSON, General Manager.




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Apply for Prospectus to the? SISTER SUPERIOR.

I take this method and opportunity
to announce to the people of Ocala and
vicinity that I have opened an office
as physician and surgeon in suite 22-
3 second floor Holder block, Ocala, Fla.
Shall do a general practice, paying
special attention to obstetrics, diseases
of women and children. Calls made
promptly night or day. Phone Nos.,
office, residence, 333; office hotrs,
9 to 11:30 a. m. 1:30 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8
p. m. Respectfully,
F. E. McClane. M. D.
Note-Shall devote the morning of-
fice hours of Tuesday and Friday of
each week to free consultation to the
poor and needy.

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Ocala to Jacksonville

June 26.

Limit, June 30

Tickets good for 4 days. Think of it! Rate only $1.50
for the round trip. Get ready and go.
S. C. Boylston, Asst. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville; Henry
Rayeor, City Ticket Agent, Ocala.

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Fresh Meats Groceriee, Chiokene, Eggs, Ete.

Produce Beth

SBeght and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fish. The Most Com-

plate Place of Its Kind in the Country. Re-medeled and


Up-To-Date. Fiist Class Restaurant in Connection. First Class
Meala and Reasonable Board to Weekly Customers

Scrap Iron aud Metals, Also Green Hides Bought

and Sold.

Telephone No. 111

P. 0. Box No. 652

d I N flh Magolia Street

k Blue ame O Cook-Stove
Deives beat where yot want ht-mever whew you don't want it-
thus it do not overheat the kitchen. Note the CABINET TOP,
with uhif forwarding plates and keeping food hot water cooked, alm
oienient drop shelves that can be folded back when not in use, and
two aickeled bas for holding towels.
Three ses. With or without Cabinet Top. At your dealer'u
or write our nearest agency. *

derful light givr. Soidly made,
S beautifully nickeled. Your lving-room will be plemsan
with a Rayo Lamp.
If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency.
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JIhn Paul. 79 years of age. of La- F
Crosse. Wis.. but largely interested in 1
lumber interests at Watertown. where
Odd Fellows meet tonight. his sons reside, died in that town at
an e-ar!y hour yesterday morning. The
Eagles meet tomorrow evening. Icby passedd through Jacksonville last
night on a special car en route to La- Insect Destroyer and Diainfewta
Masons meet Thursday night. 4'rosw. Wi.. his old home. where the Instant Death to 9 1ed Bugs. le.
Red Men meet Thursday tvning. int,-rnwi.nt will b*- made. The body
ed Men meet Thursda a manied by a number of sor- Roaches, Mosquitoes and Flies. De-
R AL ,;:ie r,. ativ-s. Mr. Paul was well
REXALL Iknoun throughout Ilorida. as one of stroys Germs and Sterilizes the Eggs
IJ. .th- a .:,Ithi,-st lumbe-r dealers in the
Mr. J. A. Chm i- r \r -. i atI, the, iu.iness be-ing conducted by of Insects. Foul Odors are Purified by
the (Ora!a,-. hi sns at Watertown. He was in- Use.
t,.rs;,., in many othe-r lines of busl-
M e et m e a t t h d r u s t o r , o n t ln n, ; Tsim -"-l' n i on 5 th .
squareet me at t drug-ims-nion15th. In Quarts, Half-Gallon and Gallon

Mr. J. (. T,-vant. Jr.. of Itr,oeksvi1l"-.
is a guest of Ithe (.kla Ho-ise- I'n June 14th, the Atlantic coast SPRAYERS FOR USE OF SAME
Line will sell tick. :s from Ocala to
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to St. Ptersburg and return for $2.55
cure chills and ft ver. 25 cents. fNor thi round trip. The tickets will
-- -.. g-od to return to and including
Mr. C. 4 <-,,llins of Atl:,t a. i I at t th.- lath. Smeni- excursions on the bay
Ocala House. will h- arranged by the people of St.
---et m- ttar', t.t,-rsburg and a good time can be r V -OR
Meet me at th, drugs st.r- ,n tl!h- by all who go. For other infor-
nl-re 1,ation ceall on R I- 1Hbr- 1L tik

ig'-nt. Ocala., Fla.
THE "MERRY WIDOW" FOR SALE Any one wishing a good home In
On account of the fact that I am Ocala. with very large lot. on easy
building a speed launch for use on the terms and at a great bargain, apply
springs. I will sell the launch "Merry at once to F. W. Ditto.
Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to me
or to R. D. Mathews. at the laundry. PIANO TUNING
5-4-tf Frank Mathews. City. Ten years experience. Referees.
any music teacher In Ocala. any
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING music house in JacksonvIlle. 'Phone
IRONS ON TRIAL 28S. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf
I will place an electric smoothing LuoW DAi
iron in your home on a few days' trial. vi' ga
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest K*AI-'"* *u AIR asNE
little thing in the home, especially in
hot weather. Connect the cord with $100.90 Seattle and return. Account
one of your light drops and in a few Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. On
minutes the iron is hot. No smoke sale May 21st to Sept. $30th. Final
or dirt and *at only where it is limit Oct. 31st
wanted. H. W. TUCKER. 89.0, San Francisco and Los Angeles
and return. On sale May 31, June
R E X A L 1. 2. 23 to July 10th. July 2 to Aug.
6th. Final returning limit Oct. 31.
Your prescriptions, when left at the -- -O
court t Pharmacy. are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us;
w'-ll call for and deliver your pre- A
.scrilptions. T I DE

Offers its services and superior work-
manship in the art of painting vehi--- M oV n Pictures
ties of all kinds and classes. It has
introduced its specialty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of our work can
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W. -
Davis' auto. Give us a calL The Best of Rmateralnmme t FPaish-
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS. ed by Home People
Three cents will fan you for ten NEW PICTURES EVBRY DAY
hours. Get one of those 8-inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker. Doo Openat 7:3pI. -.
PICNIC AT MOSS BLUFF Music by the Orchestra Betwan Acts
There will be a picnic at Long Lake
school house, at Moos Bluff, July 1. Program tor thi Evening
All are cordially invited. FOUR REELS
How is that. This is not an auto- THE BROKEN HEART
mo,,ilo., ut one of those new 8-inch MR. HENPECKED
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just receive. Let me place one MID-OCEAN COMPANION
r'r tw-o cf them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec- THE ELOPEMENT
trial supply man. RACE FOR A WIFE IN' AN AUTO
one hlaek sow. marked swallow fork THE CLEVER ARTIST
and undorhit in one ear and under
square in other ear. Sold on June 14. AdmisliOn 10 and 5 Cents
Robert Culbreth. Act. Mar.

Mr. W. E. Dobbins of ;taltim,.re. is
at the Ocala House.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. L. M. Anderson of Tampa is at'
the Ocala House.
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tie Bonanza.

William Dehon took in the St. Pe-
tersburg excursion.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills aqd fever, 25 cents.
There were 30 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Miss Pauline Peace is again with the
Ocala News Co.
Meet me at the drug store on the
Iots of nice fat hens at Row's Lit-
tie Bonanza.

A new line of popular priced hooks
just in at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford of Mie anolpy.
joined the st. Petersburg excursion-
ists yesterday.
The Ocala News (o. are agents for
the celebrated Hlawkes glasses. We
can fit you. Give us a trial.
C. W. Quick, station agent at Sand-
ier is shipping peaches of his raising
by express to Pensacola and Miami.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms if desired.
Mr. L. D. Jones. of the Merchants &
Miners Transportation Company of
Jacksonville. is at the Ocala House.
When in need of stationary -7o to a;
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
Mrs. Reuben Smith of Oxford is the
guest of her daught-rs. .Mrs. (flminore
and Mrs. Borden.
Mrs. J. J. Pyles has returne-d from
a visit to her daughter. Mrs. Itaysor.
at Lowell.
Ocala lost on her first game of base-
ball with the Sanford team vester-

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day. The score was 7 to S. We have a proposition in the city of eral years, and who has been visit-
Adel which contains several houses I Ing his parents at Micanopy. Fla. for
Do not forget that you can find any- with about 200 lots which we will sell .* w* two months, came in on the A. C. L
thing you want in crockery and glass- for $3.U00 at once. The list price of Tulula Lodge. No. 28 yesterday to visit friends and also his
ware at the Ocala News Co. this proposition is $10,000. This is the 1. 0. 0. 1. meets ev- uncle, Mr. Joe Shuford. He leaves in
bhst proposition we know of for a ,"W -W e cry Tuesday evening a day or two for Montgomery to re-
Mrs. George MacKay and daughter good man who can handle it. Write at in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al- sume his duties with the above men-
came up from Eastlake today between once. National Loan & Trust Corn- ways welcome. tioned firm.
trains. pany. Tifton. Georgia. W. C. Blanchard, N. 0.
M. M. Little. Secretary. Messrs. M. Fishel & Son have en-
Have you seen the new visible Pay- HAY FOR SALE gaged the services of Mr. Slyvan Neu-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co banCALA AERIE of Baltimore, an expert clothing
general agents. Codl quality,. put up in neat bales. OC.A A man. and men's furnishing goods
Also good pasturage for a few cattle. 0.M 1814 F. 0. L sa"esmn wthr. Neuhan was formerly
Mr. Ben Rheinauer is still quite ill Palmetto Park Farm, 'phone 27A, or
at the home of his brother. Mr. Charles Z. C. Chambliss. 'phone 18. 2td Meets every first and more, one of the largest men's stores In
Rheinauer. third Wednesday even- the country.
Anti-German-the ideal disinfectant. ing at 8:1; o'clock. Visiting brethren
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and little The Court Pharmacy can supply you always welcome. M. C. S Kemp, who with her hus-
daughter will go down to (reen. with this elegant preparation when In P. W. Ditto, President. band, are attending the State Dental
Springs for a summer outing. need. W. C. Moore, Secretary. Society In Ocala, are guests of the
Ocala House. Mrs. C. IA Lee, FPrt
King avenue, will entertain with a
Z. Splnks. the brick manufacturer Dr. Johnson of Wildwood. was in thimble party Thursday afternoon at
and shingle man at Whitney. was a town yesterday to place a patient byF. thimble o partyock Thonorsday afternoon atmp.
guest of the Montezuma last night. the name of Eagleton. a colored man. Marion-Dunn Lodge
Mr. Reed of New Orleans, n a a tnd pital tis o be operated n for No. 19 meets in the Mrs. Bertle Redding and children of
property owner, is visiting this city. n temple on the first and Jacksonville, passed through Ocala
for the first time in many years. There is no better stock of fine third Thursday even- yesterday afternoon on their way to
s tok t n wings of each month. Visiting brothers Brooksiville. While transferring them-
writing papers in the city than we cordially Invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M. selves, a distance of a mile around
Mrs. Harry Meadows and Mrs. Sam carry. Come in and look It over if V. Wheeler, Secretary. the wreck th the Cort a in b t ahe
Lamb of Anthony. ar, in town tod.,y you want something really nice. Ty- W. V. Wheeler, Secretary. he hee Lineat
visiting friends dings & OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. M. shower and took refuge under freight
Mr. Charles Culbreath and family We have a most exquisite line of cars.
are home again from Hartow and 1 fancy imported china in many dif- Regular convocations of the Ocala canesfreshstock
Petersburg. ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly Chapter No. 13. R. A. M.. on the 4th .besd, i tO i and alt
SDrugstore. Friday in every month at 8 p. m. pngw. s- bet, in POURW and al
Foleys Honey and Tar is especially DrustoreN. I. Gottlieb, H. P. pounds, at Wlard's news and frut
recommended for chronic throat and Look over our line of toilet prep- Jake Brown, Secretary. stand.
lung troubles and many sufferers from arations. We are quite proud of the
bronchitis, asthma and on.iumpf,ion nne sto,,k. Ptrfumer. powders and KNICITS Charles Davis, representing the
have found comfort andi relief. by us- soajs of the finer grades. Tydings & Conventions held every Mn- city yesterday, in the interest of his
ing Foley's Honey and Tar. S.old by Company. onventions held eve on cityyeterday
all druggists. day evening in Castle Hall, company.
WEATHER FORECAST over Peyser's store. A cordial;
Mr. A. W. Woodrow of cottono n Plant. welcome to visiting knights. Mr. J. S. Leach will leave tomorrow
came in today to n....t hi sister. Mrs Washington. June 1l.-Showers to- Sidney Haile, C. C. for Jonesboro, Tenn.. his old home, to
J. A. Robbins of Miami. who will spend night or Wednesday. Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and s. spend several months.
some timely EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN with r brOCALA LODGE Mrs. T. Sistrunk and sister Miss
family.EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN OALA LODGE Annie Atkinson of Ocala. have return-
Whether there is a breeze or not WANTED AT THE GLOBE NO. 286 ed from a pleasant visit in this city
you can keep one up f.or ten hours wili Wanted at onc an experienced with MrI. E. K. Nelson. Hyde Pask
one ofthenew iht-inch Wsting-dryg s saleswoman. Must know tht place.-Tmp Tribune.
house fans for only 3 cnts. H business. Salary no object. Apply at Meets second Tuesday depr
Tucker has them. evening in each month The prescriptiM department is the
the lobe. Ocala, Fla. until October. Visit- main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
Mr. and Mrs. .'arlton .,f the -iarlto.n FAN BARGAINS ing brethren always welcome. reliability promptness and pure drugs
House, left today for Wilmington. N. Bradford Webb, Exalted Ruler. have made this department of o
C.. to visit their sons. Robert. the An eight-inch Westinghouse electric Stephen Jewett. Secretary. business one of the largest Ia the
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We. the udImlgmd m4' ad
Ocala, beoeby &am to dm t-
spective place sof bules at 1 delaN
p. s. on Thrsdays. gaa with
June 17th. 13W, a and ea with
tember tth. k1 that r O =
es may have the afters sor u
atlon. We 'also agree that we -
close at :N3 pi. mdaf dtri g the
same period, except a s aturdays:
Rheinauer & Co., 0. Groeery, hr
W. H. Clark. Jr. J. B. Martin Hard-
ware Co., The Globe, J. KleilB Hay-
craft & DeCamp. Kaght & La JL
W. Alexander. Marcus Frank, F. .
Gadson. proprietor the, rt
& Carn. Melver & MacKay, H. B. Mam-
ters Co., by B. A. Weathers, Helves-
ston & Pasteur, Teapot Grocery. Mary
Affleck, T. B. Snyder, A. B Barnett.
Ocala News CoM Theus-Zaehry Co.
Smith & Robert.s, Minnie A. Bostilck.
Guarantee Clothing Co, FIL PoweMs,
S. A. Moses & Bro., Gocery Dept.
Mayor J. D. Robertson, wife and sMa.
Jack. went to Lake Weir this afte-
noon to spend a few days.
You would think that men In the au-
tomobile repair business would not
get caught In a autoMbio scrape er
breakdown, but they do. Sunday,
Manager emln Meesmm Ummem,
Bouvier and Luckle. of the Ocas Iroa
Works went across to Lake BDaint far
a little ride and coming back the gas-
olene gave out. They had to weer all
kinds of schemes, including iuk
some. to get home.
Notice the change in the ad Of the
Globe in this issue. "The Underseling
Store." The Globe always haas ome*
thing good for its customer ad at
a saving price.
The Air Dome will have a double
set of reels, all good subjects, this ev-
ening. See the program and then see
the pictures.
The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and Invites
your Inspection.,
Mesars. Frank ILytle and A. 0. Lu-
ciua. who were operated on In the hob-
pital a few days ago for appendicitis,
are doing well and will soon be out
and at their accustomed avocations

Bear in mind we carry a full Une of
Staffords and Carter's inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.
Frank Wetherbee. the expert ma-
chinist at the Marlon Hardware Co04
went to Martin today to see what was
the matter with McDuffy's thresher.
Mrs. J. W. Iawls of Citra was In the
city today shopping and paid the Star
a pleasant visit and took great Inter-
est in looking over an up-to-date
country print shop.
Prof. P. Wilson Green. the educa-
tor, farmer and stockman, came in to-
day. and remarked his section had en-
joyed a fair amount of rain.
Mr. W. ILR. Brice, In the employ of
the government at Port Inglis, is In
town visiting his Interesting thmily
in the second ward, ere they take their
departure for South Carolina, Alakama
and Tn1uit***A where they expect to
pass the summer.
Mrs. T. W. Troxler and children will
leave Thursday for Tallahassee, where
Mrs. Troxier will visit her brother,
Prof. Barber. Later they will visit
friends in Alabama. They expect to
be absent all summer.
Mr. J. Lynton Smith, who has been
connected with the Hartley Machine
Works of Montsomery. AUl. for sev-



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A new seven-room hoame fr M ,
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Toledo. Ohio. June 14-Gem. Jeo
8. Kounts, past conmander-la-chM e
of the G. A. i. di4 at his bhms he
yesterday morning. He had been A
for some time.

Thirty days after date or as -m
thereafter as practical, the elty am-
ell of the eity of Oaala wll reI|n
anu consider bids for the pavl WitM
vitriaed brick that wartlemn e Mo me
ita street tl the elty of OeaSa. MaW m
County, Florida, to-wit: Detsaam- t
North First street and runalng theme
north to the Seaboard Air Lfme i*.
way Compay's ameswger depot
Said bids to be sealed and SI" with
the cler of the eity of Oea at afI
f*re dayo before the mneeig d tMe
council, at wli thei an af the o
for such paving are to be eswed,
In aso ,ia4c M with the
for such paving now o lIe at tho e
,;erk's office la the city of OeaM
The city comacl, reserves the Y
to reject say or all the bids that i y
be submtted.
May 12th, A. D. 100.
J. 31CMe3et,
President City C0nafl
Attest: H. QC trunk City Clr.

Of Finoae-I, m and Disshma
Notice eI hereby gie taM em the
Mat day of December. A. D. 1M. the
undersigned as admaomltratr of the
estate of Joh Kinder. deeodk willB
present my accounts and vwomher to
Hon. Joseph Bell. jude of probate, at
hbk office In Ocal, Florida, a will
make by final aettlememt as slh -d-
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is something
that everybody
seems to have
loom for.

Every dollar
that a man has
clamors for an-
other of Its kind.

A People who ae afraid of their shad-
s V umgBy cast semh maB ones too.

T every s esatrary, but
wh adbseM betf ot the me?
Vitw Imrot m eaing er.-body.
Msit be marprdIe Ifyeo u dIt hard to
VWyew f bUL
samed ar the who want nothtnga
Sr thy an due to get lots of It.

Some people W as tod of original-
My that they borrow their neighbors'
when they trn om t e their own.

A pnp is oftea m expensive as a
eAl ad iely to be better bred.

When the beAt In't good enogh for
6 you are hrlyIn to t the worst

Khg of Air.
At last i wlg trtuaphant
The pay reature. mas,
Can smar aloft as even
tho eagle ea
adM8am 1-in the air
AaMd me a lom t's atice
Cas ae met anywhere.
UtatBM lotI at trying
Wmre he termsd thm trick.
Pr y@We Mo appate
R t to hs earth would stick.
at eost m a y a tumble.
Nor were the bruIae shy
Wbhsoa r he attmpted.
IDose he learned to By.
Aal mmar weMs if wonders
ThaMt near mado a start.
.that eti at the begsuiin
Ad weU nlgh broke hi heart.
Aad mmay wee the theories
ne a8red cut with ear
That sloked all rigt am paper.
V at eeuMl't eayve the air.

But new ee -a has -con er;
The whees revelve, and. 1,
Be splas athwart the azure
Aand isies to and trtt
Amased ae all the brokers
WMh smadtwas abourd.
That mas in now a bird.

FPutg It an Heo
a"Yet r vascation trip planned yet?"
"I let my wife do that."
"e she wmll be sue to be pleased"
"No; so I wi feel at liberty to kick
e It vwhen things go wrong."

I *Aast be year patron salmat.
Set I wolM be a wiaer
It ay te yea ever aeed
A patna sslmer.

Geed Advise.

Wbfe asemably fod of oar friends
wa haft to hear them talk abomt thMm-
salves all the time.
hmdd S Suppressed.m
Semarthe ahe Am a sambier.
TasM mesa of ts *ttlU ptoL
It mm ana" sad Jr the ground
Aad dmas ya for your bon mand lotL

"Whae petme is that?"
"A bUaillt AmerAen girl whe mar-
ied a dukte."
that a true story or a fairy taler
"No; It Is from al lUf. They were
truly malted and lived happy ever

Ia mte Wre Plea.
iBe bumt an krtiMeu dithe,
at an his eerts W la vain.
No eda esam donw to maske Mm rkch
tma h be ba water son tmhe brain.

&Rmed"eG "eed.
"aHw is ywn e mtting oa
Fb," replied the old lady. "He
wu elseted to coReas thn ang"
"a th we oe meconimgrmeson
detmam SI the spring."
"Wel %maybe It wa preldemt"

Um patrem have been panted thier:
"0e msin whore they stay.
% s% ft aft l away.

a blmel To 3MIM&

-toma otrWmIthis t
Lefaw Ti rite Prerrip-
methe.s by peparItag the d ysm for the
eming of baby., thereby i aderin chlil-
bdrth safe, easy, and almost painless.
Bear t nlad, please that Dr. Piere's
Tvarwft Pleeription s not a secret or
9atmst mailn agalast which the most
latelligemt people are quite naturally
avese, bieaase of the uncertainty as to
their eomposiomW and harmlem character,
but Ibs a MieMM or xNOW COMPOtI-
w, a full list of all its ingredients being
plated, In plaei English, on every botte-
wrappr.An examination of this list of
ie will disclose the fact that It Is
abo-aleoholie in its composition, chemic-
ally A. ttIrei C glycerine taki
Io It makeup. In this connection it
amy not be eat of place to state that the
*av lte Prescription- of Dr. Pierce is
he lymedlcine put up for the ee of
womass lar w neses alnd all-
m1e1ts, m dso through drmggXts, all
the Igredients of which have the un-
aalo eadornment of all the leading
medeal writers and teachers of all the
several s aool of practice, and that too
as semedAes for the ailments for which
*Favorite Prescription" is recommended.
A little book of ihese endorsements will
ba sent to any addre, post-paid, and
absolutely fw If you request same by
p eard ore6 Isr, of Dr. B. V. Pieras
gsoo N. TY. -
Dr.W Pleasant PPllets care eon-
9upaso.. Cooslpation is the cause of
many diseases Cure the cause and ymo
am the g diemei Easy to take as eanud

New York. June 15.-New York. Al-
bany and Chicago police are hunting
for Beatrice Marks. the 17-year-old
daughter of Solomon Marks, a rich,
retired clothier of this city. who is be-
lieved to be the victim of a kidnauper
and held for ransom.
is of two kinds-conceit and the big
head that comes from a sick headachli
Does your head ever feel like a gon-d
and your train feel loose and sore?
You can cure it in no time hy acting
on your liver with Ballard's Herbine.
Isn't it worth trying for the absolut,
and certain relief you get? At* all
Des Moines, Ia., June 15.-Corporal
Lisle Crabtree. yesterday, probably
fatally shot Capt. John C. Raymond,
commanding officer of Troop B, Sec-
ond United States Cavalry, at Fort
Des Moines. shot and seriously injur-
ed First Sergt. James H. Washburn
and Corporal Elijah Such, who at-
tempted to disarm him, and then shot
himself, the bullet striking a rib above
the heart and crushing the bone. He
may recover. Crabtree had been rep-
rimanded by Capt. Raymond. He is
believed to be crazy. It is feared that
Capt Raymond cannot live.


3sars the

Toledo, Ohio, June 14.-Gen. John
S. Kounts, past commander-in-chief
of the G. A. R., died at his home hele
yesterday morning. He had been ill
for some time.

Colds that hang on weaken the coi-
stitution and develop into consume )-
tion. Foley's Honey and Tar cures
persistent colds that refuse to yield to
other treatment Do not experime nt
with untried remedies as delay n~ay
result In your cold settling on your
lungs. Sold by all druggists.
Manila, June 15.-Details of mutiny
of the company of native constabulary
stationed at Davas. in the island of
Mindanao, on the night of June 6th,
show that an attack on the officers
was made unexpectedly by the muti-
When the mutineers opened fire an
officer was hit three times, but none
of the wounds are serious. The mu-
tineers then fled to the hills after tak-
Ing 30 rifles and 5.000 rounds of am-

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



Careful estimates made on
contract work. rves more and
ter work for the money than
other contractor in own.



The anual pleaS a tasrbaa 1
be gives at Oak Orve Jame S
Eve-tybod invited.
8. J. GAmilm

The IAs Angeles Record has the
following to say of MafemabIe Ten-
nenbaum, the "Diamoad Kis" sad
Goodman Bray. his colored m=llma*re
mining supertitendent
"You have heard of TeabaumA
He is best known as the "Dlamemd
King.' He is coming over tro Bel-
glum this month and as oom an he
arrives In New York he will start
across the continent with Goodman
Bray. a giant negra
*"Fr as Tennenbaum Is the '"ia-
mond King.' so Is Bray the "ToNara-
line King.'
"Bray Is as black a nagro as ever
come out of the heart of the Comtg.
He is probably the richest black mas
in the world. Tenneabaum p ided
him up when he was a ragged plek-
aninny making mud pies in the salms
of New York.
"Tennenbaum took a Uking to the
little black urchin because qi his jolly
little laugh.' The 'Diamemd KjW
sent the boy to school and them to
college. Before he was 2 Bray had
charge of the wonderful colleetles of
gems that won for Temanembam bl
title of king. Then Tennemba&m madS
him his buyer and for year the giaat
black traveled to almost every corner
of the earth looking after the interests
of his foster father.
"For the past eight years Bray has m
had charge of the Tourmaline mines
at Mesa Grande. Mexico. He ba
carte blanche to draw on Tennebasm
for whatever he wants, and, although
he Is 0 miles from the nearest Im-
portant city. he lives in the style of
a prince.
"Bray looks like Peter Jackson. He
is quite sure that had not Tnnen-
baum found him he would have bueel
a prize fighter.
'I think I would have woas heavy-
weight laurels,' he remarked modest-

The nineteenth annual session of the
Womans Missionary and Educatio al
State Convention, ,auxiliary to the
Baptist State Conventloe, will be held
with Covenant Baptist church, Ocala.
Fla.. June 24th and 2tth1. 1W0.
alUW RAlM s

; M5MAkSAss AIM an&XB
$17.6, Asheville. N. C., and ruatra,
account International CGovetlon
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets as
sale June 17 and 18. FPinalimtt
June 25. 1909.
$14.25, Atlanta, Ga.. and retu, a.
count American As.oulason of
Opticians. Tickets on sale Jne
19 and 20. Final Ulait Jue 26,
$17.65. Asheville, N. C., and retu,
account Dramatie Order Kaigts
of Khorasuan, besnnal smeetia.
Tickets on sale July 8. 9, 19, a.
11. Final limit July 24. 1909.
$31.6--Memphis, '"enn., and retura
account Interstate Cotton Beed
Crushers' Assoclation. TicketA oa
sale May 16. 17 and 1. Final limit
May 22, 1909.
$6.90-Denver, Colo, and return, ac-
count General Assembly Preabyter-
Ian church of U. 8. of America.
Tickets on sale May 17. I 18 and
19. Final limit to reach original
starting point October S.
1.3S-Savannah. GaL. and return, ac-
count General Jssemby Presbyter.
ian church In United States. Tick-
ets on sale May 17, 18 and 1. Flal
limit June 2, 1909.
$20 .--Nashville, Tenn., and return
account Annual Session Sunday
School Congress and TYoung Peo
rle's Chautauqua. Tickets on sale
June 7, 8 and 9. Final Halt 1 days
from but not Including date of sale.
$12.5-Tuscalom, Aa.. and rturn,
account summer school for teachers,
University of Alabama. Tickets eam
sale June 8. 9, 12, 14, 19, 21, 25, 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 3, on payment of
fee of $1.
20.m-Nashvlille, Tenn.., and retra.,
account Peabody College a Imme
school for teachers and VaaderbMlt
Biblical Institute. TIkets oa is-
June 6. 7. 5. 14, 15, 16. 15. 2 ald N
Final limit 15 days from date of sal.
but by depositing tickets with spec-
ial agent Nashville not later thaa 15
days from date of sale, extersalm
may be had to September 3, ar
payment of fee of 8L

For full Informatiom and seeper
reservations call on say Magft b-
board or write to S. C. BD istoa,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. JacksoNaills,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T.
A., Ocala. Fla.
Tax Deed Under Section 8 f Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that IU 0.
Booher, purchaser of tax certiAcate
No. 537, dated the Ird day of Jane, 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:
Corn 131 chs s of ne cor of Sanches
Grant. tp 15 s. r 22 e. thence w 25
chs n 10 chs e 25 chs a 10 cbhs--
acres. The said land being assessed
at the date of the Issuance of such
certificate in the name of A. A. VeSL
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed will
issue thereon on the 18th day of July.
A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature ad
seal this the 14th day of Jne., A., I
1909. S. T. 1ISTRUNI .
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. PIA.
Tax Deed Under Sectiasm Of Chap


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