Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 16, 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: VID03194
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, IN.


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D bWISS CHEESE,
I CHIPS,
PFM6N WAFERS,
R ItALIZED GINGER,
*ARINA, TAPIOCA, BARLEY,
S'"TAF PINE FRENCH PEAS
S. CHOICE MUSHROOMS,
L' Y SALT,
EVAPORATED APRICOTS,
AND PEACHES

.O. K. GROCERY
CLARK BROTHERS
PROPRIETORS
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R. D. FULLER,
W rAL SURGEON
on Ow Ma r Chamihml"
Rom&.


"2., OCALA, -FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

L F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
mBK swr Cmerdai Mma
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OOMe hours: to 12 a. m : to
5 0. m.
TERMS. CASH.


1I J.E.CHACE
S MENTAL .BURGECN
Roois 9, 10 and 11.
Smeo" Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
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anIILS D. GILBERT, I. D.
MwinOPATBI10f PHYSICIAN AND

{O e-M Bed Floor The Munroe &
ChaiHmbl Bank Building. Ocala.
rForMa.
1liphbmes -Ofce, 222; Residence.
^O "ee nours-9 to 12 a. m.; 2 t*0 4
p. a.; 7:20 to R:30 p. m.


F. E. McCLANE


umenIl Practice CalNs Made Promptly
Night or Day
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
seses of Women and Children
Offce: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 233;
Ral oence, No. 322.
OCALA, FLORIDA


W C. BLANCHARD
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-AMCTO AND -iLDR
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BI 46L OCALA, FLA.

t Equitable

,tLe Anmraice Society



STRONGEST IN THE WORLD
M3S FLORIDA CONDON,.
Resident Agent.


Iotlurn Barbershop
ineuidm W"th the Hotel OUee-
ftMDe orklmen and courteous at-
oatin to all. Special attention to

ULCTRI MANAGE
NOT AND COLD WATER

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OmG I11E uIls

Revolt of a Detac-I-meat of the Native
Constabulary in Mindanao-Muti-
nses Repulsed sd Driven to s
the Hills
Manila, June 16.-Part of the second
company of native constabulary, sta-
tioned at Davao, Mindanao Islands.
mutinied on the night of June 6, at-
tacked the company quarters without
warning, and gained possession of the
quarters before resistance could be of-
fered by a few native non-commis-
sioned officers and several loyal mem-
bers of the company.
Governor Walker Immediately ral-
lied the Americans aod such natives
as could be trusted in a large church
and preparations for defense were
hastily made during the night. Win-
dows and doors were barred, loop holes
cut, food and water taken Into the
building and everything made ready to
withstand a siege.
At 6 o'clock In the afternoon the mu-
tineera attacked the church. For three
hours the fight raged. A heavy fire
was directed against the church and
its defenders, but Governor Walker and
his small force replied with such vigor
that they discouraged. aII attempts
to storm the place.
In the meantime news of the mutiny
had reached Hat I. a town of consid-
erable size, forty-Fix miles southeast
of Davao. A company of constabul-
ary stationed there hurried to the re-
lief. Their approach caused the dis-
loyal constabulary force to withdraw
during the night Thirty native troop-
ers escaped to the mountains with their
arms and equipment.
Hard Crowd to Handl**
The district of Davao in the island
of Mindanao. where the native con-
stabulary of the Philippines mutined.
is the home of the uncivilized hill men
of the Islands. They murdered a for-
mer governor and have been a con-
stant source of danger to the whites
who have entered the province for
commercial purposes.
In Davao there is a considerable col-
ony of Americans who raise and ex-
port hemp. copra and rubber.
Ueut. Allen Walker, of the Philip-
pine Scouts, is the governor of the
province, and it is a part of his com-
mand that is reported to have revolt-
ed.


Surn Children Alive
The hill tribes are wild and speak
twenty-six dialects, which adds to the
difficulty of civilizing them. Slavery
still exists In the mountains above the
coast towns, all prisoners captured in
the fights between the tribes being
held for menial service.
In his last report Gov. Walker says
the hill tribes make human hsarifices
to "Mandarangan," the devil Ir. that
part of the country, by burning child-
ren at the stake.
ALONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT
unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or cold. W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Such exposure gave him a severe cold
that settled on his lungs. At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
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, hemorrhages, croup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. Sec and S1. Trial bottle free.
guaranteed by all druggists.
MARTIAL LAW IN MISSISSIPPI
Bloody Stret Fight in Meadville
Causes Troops to be Called Out
Meadeville, Miss., June 16.-As the
result of a street duel here yesterday
afternoon Dr. A. M. Newman, chancery
clerk of Franklin county, and Silas
Reynolds, are dead. Dr. Lenox New-
man, son of one of the deceased, and
Herbert Applewhite, a lawyer, are
probably fatally wounded, while En:-
mett Newman was shot in the leg anJ
two others were slightly Injured. The,
ncunter was fiercely waged, and the
lives of numerous bystanders were
Jeopardized. So much in feeling wu
displayed by the friends of the com-
batants that a company of state troops.
from Brookhaven occupied Meadevllie
and but the town under martial law.
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: "Up to a year
ago my father suffered from kldney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced it enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised an <.p-
eration. On account of his age we
were afraid he could not stand It and
I recommended Poley's Kidney Rem-
edy, and the first bottle relieved him.
and after taking the second bottle he
was no longer trouble with this com-.
pla!nt." Sold by all druggists.
ONE FAITHFUL MAN
Roanoke. Va.. June S16.-Mrs. M. E.
Mayo. a trained nurse, of this city, has
been notified by a Danville, Va., law-
yer that Capt William H. Blackwell,
who died here recently, left his estate
worth S25.000 and unencumbered, to
her. As a girl Mrs. Mayo and Blaek-


THE


SHOE


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ON


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 cus-
tomers, and want you to share
in the savings, if you haven't yet

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

98c


Men's King
and $5 kinds, at


Quality, high top, all leathers, $4


$2.98


Men'o Satin Calf lals, worth $2, at


$1.25


Men's Oxfords, patent, tan, vici and oxblood,
Goodyear welt: of beet makes, Packard King Quality,
Ralston Health, Birt & Packard, etc., $3.50 and $5
Shoes, at

$2.49
Men's Single Sole Oxfords, the very thing for this
time ot the year, light and flexible, at

$1.25
Ladies' Comforts, all sizes, the $2.00 kind, at

$1.25


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

98c


sizes and leathers,


Ladies' Tan Oxfords, $2.00 kind


$1.25
Children's Barefoot Sandals, a good variety of
leather, at
MAc

Children's Oxfords, Sandals, worth up to $1.25, at
50C

Polish for Black, Tan, White, Oxblood and
Brown Shoes. The combination pate 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.


OUR MOTTO
This store will not be undersold.


OUR POLICY
To do what we say and say what we d I


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Must be Something Awful on the Sol-
diers Stationed at Fort Riley
Junction City, Kan., June 16.-A
carload of liquor, ordered by soldiers
at Fort Riley, arrived yesterday, but
Col. Ward would not Jet the men have
It. The colonel put guards over the
car and insisted that it must be sent
back to Kansas City.
The stringent laws recently passed
by the legislature makes it Impossi-
ble to buy liquor in Kansas. The sol-
diers, restive under the enforced con-
ditions. placed liberal orders with a
liquor agent who was here last week
on pay day. Col. Ward contends that
liquor in the military quarters inter-
feres with discipline.
RICH MEN'S GIFTS ARE POOR
beside this: "I want to go on record
as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
as one of the greatest gifts that God
has made to woman." writes Mrs. 0.
Rhinevault. of Vestal Center. N. T.,
"I can never forget what It has done
for me." This glorious medicine gives
. -man mw.nv* *aniritn. v iolfnP


my e Ma
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E FLOlDA COICRe M
We are prepared to l1 your ordas &ir fw
work, of whatever kind.
Manufacturers of cemeint brick, bafdiiw btou ,
hexagon and octagon blomki and adlli .
ing materiaL We employ idlled womi .
our motto i "to plema."
Temporary quarters, phone 25 6.


JAMES


R. MOORHEAD, MG&
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WHAT A ANK
WHAT A BANKIZ&


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EIiGI El III AUMI

A De Facto Snake in the Glass Pois-
oned an Entire Camp of Italian
Workmen in West Virginia
Richmond. June 26.-Joseph M. Sta-
ten, bridge inspector for the Chesa-
!ake and Ohio Railway, who has Just
returned from an inspection tour of
West Virginia, tells of the remarka-
ble death of eight Italian laborers on
the Piney Creek branch of the road.
near the town of Raleigh, following a
wild debauch with a barrel of beer.
According to Statea, the me pur-
chased and set up the barrel of beer
in the-ir shack in the mountains and
proceeded to drink their flU. Later all
eight were discovered lying about a
the beds and on the floor dead.
To the tact that a considerable por-
tion of the beer was still left In the
barrel, the conclusion was reached that
overindulgence had not caused the
death of the men.
The barrel was taken into the yard
and the beer allowed to escape thru
the bunghole. None of the beverage
was allowed to be drunk for fear It
had been poisoned. A large rattle-
snake was found in the bottom of the
barrel after the beer had been drawn
off. It Is presumed that the snake, on
its death agony, injected enough of Its
poison into the beer to kill the men
who drank of it
TWO MILLION BOTTLES
Of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Think of it! And every bottle to
lessening suffering and helping some
human being to health and happiness!
This wonderful household remedy
stops the pain of sprains, burns or
bruises. It relieves rheumatism or
neuralgia. It cures colds, cramps,
colic, diarrhoea. There ought to be a
bottle on your shelves Just now, ready
for the first sign of trouble. The new
eize bottle is 35 cents and there is
also the 50 cent size. Be sure your
druggist gives you Perry Davis'. 2
SIAMESE TWIN'S SON
Struck Dead by Lightning at Winston-
Salem, North Carolina
Winston-Salem. N. C.. June 16.-
Jesse Bunker, a deaf mute, the young-
est son of Chang, one of the famous
Siamese twins, was killed iy lightning
yesterday in his tobacco barn, in Sur-
ry county, where he and his son and
a workman took shelter during the
storm. Bunker's hat and one shoe
were torn to pieces, but the body was
not mutilated. The son and workman
were knocked senseless for an hour or
more. Bunker was 48 years old and
prosperous.
BAD SEASON FOR COLDS
Colds and grip were quite preva-
lent last winter and Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy was in great demand
and performed some remarkable cures.
Mrs. Mary J. Robinson, of Cameron.

W. Va., says: "Last winter I was
taken with one of the awfulest colds
I ever had In my life. I could not
speak above a whisper and was very
hoarse. I was afraid it was going to
be pneumonia. I took one bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy b.nd in
three days was lots better and could
talk. I did not take but the one bot-
tle and It cured me. I now tell every-
body body about Chamberlan's Cough
Remedy and the good It did me." 3




N. C., was struck on the head and his
skull crushed by an axe in the hands
of his 16-year-old son this morning.
Crawford had his wife down and was
beating her and the boy not being able
to get him off without help, used the
axe. The boy has been placed In Jail
at Smithfield.
A VITAL POINT
The most delicate part of a baby Is
its bowels. Every ailment that it suf-
fers with attacks the bowels also en-
dangering in most cases the life of the
infant. McGee's Baby Elixir cures
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
all druggi.s*t
THEIR UNQUENCHED THIRST


T. T. Mmroe, Prea.


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FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE
The Beautiful

Haywood White Sulphar 1SpiN M
"Land of the Sky" WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Ai' h. i P
On the Southern Railway, one hour from Asherwlte afmdet g .*
No consumptives. Hot and Cold Aip hur Batha, Mausi. nowaMg S- 5aWlL
Special attention to mountain parties. Special part s-d a- ft Ra at'W
information address G. C. ROGAN, M aager. (Fourmey ij g et -KMlm*
worth Inn, Asheville.)
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Best Medium Priced 1 1H- l i- 0h 1 QIs.
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Table is always supplied with the beat the market affRd
Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wan.- of c-th -
Good rooms and comfortable beds.
Special AtIes by Week w alom ,
MRS. ROBERT KAISER, PROPRITRESS OOAL.A
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public, but the one now most va-nM-,-
haps, is to help with oam. Wewill ash.
needs of conservative bowers.

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Jeh m Steam of art ecoy. was
Im lWn mmlag ma"d reported ev-
seathts is his see-.
tiIHe
60ebig Ismits 0 ib belft IncreasedI
d 111 sees M of M0 feet a day:
that the almeast h baoe etemle4 to4
get mere viIU timber and Mr. Rents,
proemote the aoriltwaal and track-
as Iterestso M eTsti a, has fer-I
ad ftee trampemlta-o a ofteIeratoer
eon booe mvW piag to Port Me-I
ow mad ret"0 snd oa e eseuece It
is the purpose of those people to create
a esmpamy of smt les thoa toern pmons
to plast IS acreP each la I ntloapw.,
that they eas apply carload lots
at this pdmi ae t season. They will
alse try beteeu a"d potatoes. Mr. 8.
fM at Is tetd or the f b I
MI Mti oly PICeNI at Fort McCoy, for
bothe l-K lt a softnd
SA. W s ,- e r
OakV wa1 a towa todA and mM budl-
S M afali weeo vnry quiet n hat
soetie.. owing to the shetd down of
the MeDewell Crate & LAbor C0,
which is holig moel frm hUe west
to the east sideeW the A. L track.
wr whew r wde au mew maeh I-
mry have bem erWcted a" the comple-
ti of ho work is arraed for some
the In August, hm, with everything
Is om rue ag irss ame abit breea
thisge will agati hum around Oak.
The Perssa Journal sees ome
Weod I the o-m I m iaOd iltoriry.
S My: "AAnd it.h mnow to meatlou
particularly two acts which, lowg
with others Ieadly alded to and duly
approved, em air ~~ versal comnmen-
S dathm. The i Et I the law requlrling
the separating gf white and negro
VlI ab 84 m .omaiem
mad females Is prioni mofa ti state.
The semd is the provision that the
S elemetmry priselples'o aaletlturo
mui vd emram umom be taught I pub-
moeheamoa, md saslimsu he ount,

'* T out On law. Both thUe acts are
i ahe "ad wWl tend for the moral,
tashctsaie& a ndial beteraet of
the stos.w
A a neltsen t. disposed
Sthef today,. It seems a
> wethiom ee at odehW Wa s ittias
r mJr. wft a

St o b throoop. tied
S Its lege Bd laM It down, going Into
dthe m to wat eO a aimeTr. The
shem toereid and hopped Into the
gram smd, the bHldl -. The May
awe r t uad got the chicken and
put It Im e h bm opv a nmd.Mr..
le M e out at deliver his fowl and

ab. out it, awa
I t o 9 So Rowe found the

o" and fir-S meoo-
et. 4P
I C. J. Theus, a r'e&rw Peter
Paug Th2% reta tIo
S Ky West. He esM ofpeople t that
ettm aen pectle great thlng when
Fla" er ceeaecta Key West with the
mal lad hby his Bst Coast railway
S atm ttfetua Mr. Them
S was met oeiyb mptepemed with the
S nllmems o t p Island, but: much of
S this s due tove urtce or fthe









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[ Mr. Badford Wtbb the Kedrickt
IHM Tagmet. had attahed to as ser-








wlie to h w:ay throh
|M.. Cl "llth of W"ibr Park.
-a year will leave 4 a few days for


the ma. Deirn the peat ive yeam
the meotwise trade of Jaek vlle.- b
almst doubled amu her growlag com-
mnere demands a deeper channel for


lawInthe
iss ta g *aao a fame of
b havin a day of
S ow at the expolo at cattle,
WaLh.. tdayr. And ordas talks of
beieg a empetltor.


p ted to kaew that she will soon be
eb to -lJay a dILve.-Hastvng Cor.
8 t. ApUgdm fsmms .

stOssas ain dres agela".
to hear a
iNo IL. Powe who founded the
9L t. P"abu an Iadepemdeat, and who
be., to hT>er1 riaoy t Caliterata.
S his el f 90tlr that he weOul4
W Nr oami w al- make hiso
m f ibe weft frwv, was me of
the pa- a i t-ming Mal-
ary me ship n from New Oreasm. It
S Is .hd utthat PoweU wl egala unmte
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Marion-Dunn Lodge
No. 1t meets In the
temple on the first and
third Thursday even-
Ings of each month. Visiting brothers
esdlally Invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.

: HOME FOR SALE CHEAP
Any one wishing a seed home in
terms and- at- a bargain, apply
at once to F.-W. Ditto,

S.. PIANO TUNING
Ten yeas M gxpuftmen. =wfonce
may manne teacher la Oca6, say
musie houje in Jacksonville. 'Phone
828. A. M. Laneford. city. 1-8-tf

Your prescriptions, when left at the
Court Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us;
we'll call for and lieUver your pro-
acrlptloa.

R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $IM per dam..
Tampa la very'much interested in the
location of the Florida Fruit Exchange
In that eity. It is worth looking after.
When in need of stationery go to a
atatioaer. The Ocala News Co. is the
Omly stationery store In Ocala.


Fer Sal by

T.W.TROXLER


MlI's u~c.. m ter akol~
= ed Iade~tuI1udi, Mwilgt o
Sm te ms1hui 1.qw0mJu ly
wbm nn m",t bve barge or
bohinbusss.


.,JMAESM CANNOT-= M9CRE9 WHAT THE HELLO GIRL KNOWS
by local aPlbiat1 40-5 the -esanot The telephone girl sits in.her chair
ech the diseased portion of the ear. and listens to olces frqm eelerwhese
There is only one way to curedeaf- She hears all the gossip, she hears all
.es, and that is by constitutional the news, she knows who is happy and
remedLes. Deafness is caused by an who has the blues, she knows all our
Infamed condition of the mucuous sorrows, she knows all our joys. she
lia.rg of the Eustachlan Tube. When knows every time we are out with the
this tube is inflamed you have a ru- boys: she knows of our trouhbl.s, she-
bluig sound or imperfect hearing, and *:knows of our strife: she knows every
when it Is entirely closed, deafness *'sman who is mean to his wife; she
the result, and unless the inflamma- knows every woman who is mean to
tion can be taken out and this tube; her man: the knows every man who
restored to its normal condition, hear. i has a dark past, she knows every man
ing will be destroyed forever; nine who is inclined to be fast. In fact,
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. there a secret neathh each saucy curl
which is nothing but in Inflamed con- of that quiet. demure-looking telephone
edition of the mucuous surfaces. girl. If the telephone girl would tell
We will give One Hundred Dollars half she knows, it would turn half our


te Ocala Bl have returned from
tft*'1t oAwe irnplag elperlemee at
Camy Bryan, coming lan on the seouth-
bound A. C. L- train yesterday. which
ao e arrived the St. Petersburg com-
Tht y* are loud In praise of the
aIatea sad'beuty of the camp site
%a the St. Joham river. They brought
back with them a tanned coaplefton
that i perfect. Some of the boys had
their annual grievances, saying the
easp was too far from Jacksoavfle,
that the enme of a farlough was taken
up going and coming. That mall and
table supplies were late and Ice. an
easential n camp life, did not come
until the afternoon, when it was need-
ed In the moranin. Then. too. there
was the commisaryi'' imposetion. dou-
bhUing the price of necessary commodi-
ties, ach as eigarettes, soda water
and wafermeloM. S ne charactertsed
their camp experience as bum. Others
said it was all that could be expected.
The boys wpre proud of their offic-
ers aad remarked that Major Nash in
os stAzkl af ki uniform, sat- his
charger like a knight of old and was
the equal In good looks and command-
Ing appearance of any officer on the
greoad. But the boys are here and as
lad to get home as their friends are
to see them.

CREAM AND SKIM MILK

are so #Wlerent in appearance you can
tel wibah is which by LOOKING at
them
It is not so, however, with paint.
Adulterated and pure paint LOOK
very much alike, and you are apt to be
TAKEN IN If you do not demand
AN ANALYSIS AND GUARANTEE
when you buy your paint.
Dsvis 10 per t
Pure Paint
carries guarantee on every can, for
YOUR protection.
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Oeala, Jim.


0 OCALA AERIE
M. 1811 F.S. L
Meett every first and
bird Wednesday even.
ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren
always welcome.
P. W. Ditto, President.
W. C. Moore, DOcretar'y.


YOUR APPEARANCE
Will not suffer if you have to wear
spectacles.
They are improving to most peo-
ple's looks when fitted by one who
understands how.
Your eyesight is too precious to
neglect. You owe them all the at-
tention and care that they may need.
They Get Careful Atteatiom Here
DR. D. M. BONEY.
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary
block.

THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
Offers its services and superior work-
manship in the art of painting vehi-
cles 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 OCALA WAGON WORKS.

Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those 8-Inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.

PICNIC AT MOSS BLUFF

f There will be a plenle at Long Lake
school house, at Moss Bluff, July 1.
AIare cordially invited.
A. M. HUGGINS.

3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING


How is that This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply man.

SOW FOR SALE
One black sow, marked swallow fork
and underbit in one ear and under
square In other ear. Sold on June 16.
Robert Culbreth, Act Mar.

OPPORI UNITY
We have a proposition in the city of
Adel which contains several houses
with about 200 lots which we will sell
for $3,000 at once. The list price of
this proposition is $10,000. This is the
best proposition we know of for a
good man who can handle It Write at
once. National Loan & Trust Com-
pany, Tifton, Georgia.

HAY FOR SALE


Good quality, put up in neat bales.
Also good pasturage for a few cattle.
Palmetto Park Farm, 'phone 27A. or
Z. C. Chambliss, 'phone 18. 2td
THE "MERRY WIDOW" FOR SALE
On account .of the fact that I am
building a speed launch for use on the
springs. I will sell the launch "Merry
Widow" cheap for cash. Apply to me
or to R. D. Mathews, at the laundry.
5-4-tf Frank Mathews, City.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL

I will place an electric smoothing
iron in your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially in
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the iron is hot. No smoke
or dirt and 'aut only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
FOR WALE--At Fort McCoy. forty
acres of the best strawberry and let-
tuce land in Marion county, situated a
mile and a half from the Rents rail-
road. This land contains 25 acres of
good cypress timber suitable for cross-
ties, electric light poles, telegraph
poles and shingle timber. A safe in-
vestment to buy and hold. Will in-
crease 25 per cent In value annually.
Excuse for selling, need money. W.
H. McConn, Oca's. Fla.
We do not knor 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
Iruggists.


for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hail's Catarrh Cure. SAnd for elreu-
lars. free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
Lillie Lomans, colored, living in the
rear of the Theus-Zachry Furniture
Company, died this morning.


ICE CIIEAM

1c. a Dish I
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ST. JOSEPH'SA
I)RETrTO, (Near Madar -
Boarding School for Boys Condaucted by the itateie StatL JpieL TOaW
Boys from S to It years Received. Carefully Trained afeag Phy~ala l atel-
Irctual. Moral and Social Line. Healthy Location, aRomigint- -wim im
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolrooan. Dormitorths, D n I aad
Recreation Rooms.


Arply for F.ispectus to the SISTER SUPtOMR.


St Joseph's Academy, Loretto, rid


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friends into our bittter st foes: she
would sow a small wind that would
soon be a gale, engulf us in trouble and
land us in jail: she could let go a story
(which gaining Its force) would cause,
half our wives to rue for a divorce;
she could get all the churches mixed
up in a fight and turn all our days
into sorrowing nights. In fact. sht
could keep the whole town in a stew
if she'd tell a tenth part of the things
she knew. Now doesn't it make your
head whirl, when you think what you
owe the telephone girl.-Exchange.

IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 11 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.1
Louis. Mo.

WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. June 16.-Local show-
ers tonight or Thursday.

PHYSICIAN'S ANNOUNCEMENT
I take this method and opportunity
to announce to the people of Ocala and
vicinity that I have owned an office
as physician and surgeon in sult. 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 hours,
9 to 11:30 a. m., 1:30 to 4 p. m., 7 toS
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.

A FAREWELL
My fairest child. I have no song to
give you;
No lark could pipe to skies so dull
and gray;
Yet, ere we part, one lesson I can
leave you.
For every day:
Be good, sweet maid, and let who will
be clever;
Do noble .things, not dream them all
day long;
And so make life, death and that vast
forever.
One grand sweet song.
--Charles Kingsley.


The Marion' Hardware Co.


H. B. CLARKSON, General Manager.


CHANCELLOR WIGGINS
Death of One of the South's Leading
Educators
Nashville. Tenn., June 16--The death
of Vice Chancellor B. Lawton Wiggins
of the University of the South occurr-
ed yesterday at Sewanee. Tenn. His
death will be mourned by thousands
of admirers, for Mr. Wiggins was uni-
versally beloved and despected. In ge-
wanee the memory of the esteemed
vice chancellor is being respected by
a cessation of all the functions of the
college.
Vice Chancellor Wiggins was fifty
years of age, and had occupied his po-
sition with the university for twelve
years, long enough, indeed, to reader
himself practically indispensable.

ORANGE GROVE
FOR SALE OR RENT
A five-acre orange grove, with
splendid large trees, now filled with
fruit, located right at depot in" the lit-
tle town of Eagle Lake, eight miles
from Bartow and four miles from
Winter Haven. Large house of 10 big
rooms, suitable for winter home of
boarding house and can be kept filled
all the time. Family is scattered and
owners will sell very cheap. Apply or
write M. B.. Star office, Ocala, F.

ANOTHER LYNCHNG AT ARCADIA
Second Negro in a Few Weeks to Pay
the Penalty for the Unpardonable
Crime
Tampa Fla.. June 16.-Word reach-
ed here just before the telegraph of-
fice at Arcadia, Fla., was closed, that
a negro was lynched there late yester-
day afternoon for an attempted crim-
inal assault on Mrs. P. R. Reed. wife
of a prominent citizen of Arcadia.
A pIossee was formed as soon as the
news of the attempted crime spread
and with n hour the negro was cap-
tured within a short distance from the
scene of the crime, and lynched.
This makes the second lynching for
attempted criminal assault in this see-
tion in the last six weeks.
YOU NEVER CAN TELL


Just exactly the cause of your rheu-
matism. but you know you have it
Do you know that Ballard's Snow Lin-
Iment will cure it--relieves the pain
-reduces the swelling and limbers
Sthe jo"nts and muscles so that you will
b.he as active and well as you ever were.
..... Price 25c. 50c and $1. At all druggists.

PASSED ON ALL THE BILLS
.- Tallahtsse,. June 16.-In signing
-0~ oR.c 1 the Stokes "Ioan Shark" bill and the
bill calling for an appropriation for the
THEY FIT TH IP I KE K E colleges of Florida, Governor Albert
THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES Gilchrist finishes the last of the
and taste as sweet. That's why Schles- mIasures passed by the recent legisla-
ture.
Inger's and Lowney's Candles In half The measure generally known as
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure the "Loan Shark" bill. the author of
confections these; favor delicious. Our which is Hon. John P. Stokes, speaker
confectionery IS f q ,adultera- pro tem of the house and represent*-
tive fror Escambia county, effects the
tlon. It is wholesome and healthfuL pawn brokers of Florida mostly, and
Every kind of confectionery here. from these the only opposition in the
Fruits, Cold Drinks, Cigars and News- fight for its passage came.
papers Of the funds appropriated for the
pev*. fcolleges of Florida. $82,500 was ap-
AT*D B ALLARD'S | portioned the Florida State College
___I__________ for Women; $60,000 for the University
of Florida at Gainesville, and $42.000
for the Deaf and Dumb Institute at St.
Augustine. The Negro Agricultural
I A and Mechanical College located here.
S\only received $10,000.
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-agles meet this evening.
Red Mee meet tomorrow night.
Mrs. Arthur Cobb continues quite ill.
REXALL


FENOLE!


Insect Destroyer and Disinfestant.
Instant Death to Bed Bugs, Flees,
Roaches, Mosquitoes and Flies. De-


Meet me at the dring -ltore. ,on thi stroys Germs and Sterilimes the Eggs
square.


There were 25 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
eure chills and fever. 25 cents.


Mr. Sam Petteway of Dunnellon
at tfe Ocala House yesterday.


oIAs of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonanza.
Mr. Brown, the Anthony grist mill
man. was a vi.-itor to the city today.
Edwards' meat market will close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays.
Meet me at the drug store*on the
square.
Mr. F. H. Parr of Boston is at the'
Ocala House.
5 sr I doses *W6 will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. C. K. Foy, Sr., of Belleview. was
a guest of the Montezuma today.


A new line of popular priced
just in at the Ocala News Co.


books


Mr. D. H. Martin of Chattanooga, is
registered at the Ocala House.
Mr. W. H. Boswell of Hernando, is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. H. F. Phillipe of Tampa, is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. T. W. Hook of Sparr is a guest
on the Montezuma.
B or I doses W61'fwill cure any ease
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. Hfl Kaufman. of Cincinnati. is a
guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. Beal, the farmer and trucker of
Sparr, was in town today.
B. W. Agnew of Lake Weir, is
ending a day in town.
UM. Boswell of Dunnellon with several
fhrends came up today in his auto.
REXALL
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mathis. of Black-
ville, S. C.. are guests of the Ocala
House.
_24 not forget that you can find any-
thing y u want in crockery and glass-
,wae at the Ocala.News Co.
. Doloer Leitner of Bartow, for-
i of this city. is at the 'Ocala
House. .
SHave you seen the new visible Fay-
NMoles typewriter? W. C. Davis & Co.
general agents.
Mr. C. N. Griffith. a naval stores
operator at Plymouth, is a guest of the
.Montesuma.


Jim Nelson. the expert machinist at
0e Ocala Gas Engine Works. is nurs-
ik a bad case of biliousness.


'.I
Dr. T. K. Saluchter of Levon. was
In town today. He said the health of
his community was very good.
.Messrs. A. M. Cushman. 1. E. Web-
ster and Chas. S. Halle of Gainesville,
are guests of the Ocala House.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warren of
Jacksonville, are guests of the Mon-
tesuma.
REXALL

Bear In mind we carry a full line of-
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala
News Company.

Frank Pelot of Ievon was in town
today. He said everybody was busy
loading watermelons, eight to ten cars
a day going to Dallas over the Mc-
Gehee railroad.
Fine candles, pesh stock Schles-
singer's best, in pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
stand.
Judge Bell is very busy today
catching up his correspondence and
other official business, accumulated
during his absence with the Ocala
Rifles at Campp Bryan.


The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydings & Co.
J. B. (Pat) Mall<. the gang plaw
farmer, trucker and all around busi-
ness man of Anthony. was in town
.this morning with that optimistic smile
that is a pleasure to note.
Many of our citizens are drilling to-
wards Brights disease by ngh-'ilt'n
symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble which Foley's Kidney It-'m ivy
will quickly cure. Sold by all drig-
gists.
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonanza.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy imported china in many dlf-
ferme pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drupto.


of Insects. Foul Odors are Purified by
Its Use.
In Quarts, Half-Gallon and Gallen
Cans.


was SPRAYERS FOR USE OF SAME


TEOT GROCRY


PIANO AND ORGAN TUNER
A. P. Lane, with A. R. Harper Piano
Co.. expert piano tuner and regulator
and pipe organ builder, is in Ocala for
a week or more. Leave orders at A.
R. Harper & Co's. piano store.
ATTENTION, EAGLES
The semi-monthly meeting of Ocala
Aerle 1814, F. 0. E, will be held at
Yonges Hall this evening. All mem-
bers requested to be present, as there
ii much important business to be at-
tended to.
REOPENED HIS MEAT MARKET
Ollie Mardis has again opened his
meat market, where he will be pleas-
ed to see all of his old customers and
as many new ones as will favor him
with their patronage.
The four reels of pictures were much
enjoyed by the crowds at the Air Dome
last night. The pictures were all good
and the automobile race was a sur-
prise. There are five subjects this ev-
ening and a glance at their titles shows
they will be of interest.
Dr. Barnett and wife of Arcadia are
guest's of Dr. Barnett's parents, Rev.
and Mrs. R. H. Barnett. Dr. Barnett
is here to attend the State Dental As-
sociation. which convenes tomrorow
morning at 10 o'clock in the court-
house.
Meet me at the drug store on the
square.

Hal G. Eagleton of Ocala and for-
merly a popular and substantial citi-
zen of this city, is in Tampa for a few
days greeting his many friends and
closing up some important real estate
transactions.-Tampa Tribune.


THE AIR


Moving Pictures
and Music


The Best of Eiterma-mmt Frirsh-
ed by Home People

NEW PICTURES EVERY DAY

Doors pen at 7:30 p. m.
Music by the Orchestra Between Acts

Program for this Evemf
ILXST, A PRETTY LITTLE DOG
MR. AND MRS. JOLLYGOOD
IN A DIFFICULT POSITION


MISSION OF A FLOWER
HIS MOTHER'S MELODY
Admlmslom 10 sad 5 COets


rooms.


OPENING SEeeON F TEW -
FLORIDA O6NTAL SOClITYV
The opening sessions of the Fesrda
Dental Society wil be held I the
parlors of the Ocalas Bose at 10 a. m.
tomorrow. This session will be a pub-
lie one and the eltiens of Oeask am
cordially invited to attend.
A BUSY CROWD
The past three days session of the
Florida Board of Dental Bcaminers
has been a very busy one both Sar the
board and the 39 applicants for cer-
tiflicates to practice. The fear that
there might not be enough applicants
for free treatment to keep the stud-
eats busy was soon dispelled, as more
patients applied than could be used.
and many of them got some fine work
done for nothing.
Colored people were treated and the
laboratory work was done on the long
veranda of the lower floor of the
Ocala House, facing the courtyard. A
number of citizens paid frequent visits
to the scene to watch the work going
on. The applicants have certainly had
no picnic, but a lot of hard, honest
work. The examinations were held In
three branches, oral. written and actual
operating work done at the chair, and
a general average will be taken, mak-
Ing due allowance for the many dit-
ficulties under which the applicants"
labored.
The display of dental implements,
devices, office equipment and supplies
displayed in the sample rooms of the
hotel by drummers representing den-
tal supply houses Is remarkable and
well worth seeing. These displays
will be maintained all through the
week, while the Florida Dental So-
clety Is in session, as they come in
when the Afirst crowd goes out and
hold sway the last three days of the
week. 10e delegates and a number of
visitors will be present.
READY TO MAKE ICE
The Florida Packing and Ice com-
pany has its new machinery installed
and steam up. The company is mak-
ing some trial ice to regulate the ma-
chinery and get everything in good
running shape. In a few days, early
next week it is hoped, the factory will
be ready to commence manufacturing
ice at its full capacity, when it is the
Intention of the company to never let
the plant shut down again. Mr. Eg-
glestron, the general manager. will be
here in a few days and a definite day
will be announced when ice will be
supplied to the trade.
HOUSE FOR RENT
For rent an eight-room residence
well located on South Third street.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph,
at the Montezuma hotel.
HOUSE FOR RENT
A new seven-room house for rent,
on Daugherty street Apply to A. o.-
Gates.
SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
ean'r as 4:20 if they desire.

George Williams, who Is a great
sufferer from rheumatism, went down
to Bayport today, hoping a change
would do him good.
Mr. R. L. Martin, the sand man of
Lake Weir. went down to Bartow this
afternoon. Lake Weir sand is in de-
mand for cement and concrete work.
Miss Milan, an attractive young
lady of Leesburg, who has been the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Thomp-
son for a few days, returned home
this afternoon.
Mrs. Dean went down to Stanton to-
day to spend some time on the shores
of the lake.

Mr. and Mrs. Pelder Lang and their
daughter, Miss Kate Lang, will lehve
soon for a visit to their former home
at Ocala, after which hey will go to
White Springs for a month. Before
returning home, they will visit the old
home of the family In Georgia.-Mi-
aml Metropolis.
Mrs. D. K. Mcelver. daughter, Fran-
ces and Dr. McIntosh, left this after-
noon for Lake Weir. Mr. Melver and
Hugo went overland this morning to
prepare for Mrs. Mclver's coming. She
will spend the summer at the lake.


Mr. Arthur Clark, representing Ar-
mour & Co., after visiting his Ocala
friends, went south on the A. C. L.
this afternoon.
Messrs. Meffert & Taylor have added
a two-horse delivery wagon to their
ice factory equipment.
REXALL
Little Miss Dorothy Toph has re-'
turned from a visit to friends in Tam-
pa. She was accompanied by her aunt,
Miss Alma Hutchinson. a sister of Mrs.
Toph.
Mrs. E. Van Hood left today for
Gainesville, Ga., to spend a short time
with her daughters, Misses Bessye and
Marguerite Porter.
Mrs. P. E. McClane has arrived to
make her home in Ocala. Dr. and Mrs.
McClane are at No. 34 Oklawaha av-
enue with Mr. and Mrs. Simmons.
Mr. E. P. Thagard has gone to
Washington. D. C.. to look after the
interests of the company of which he
is a member, who own a very valua-
ble railroad car coupler.


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have gone to Savannah. where
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West, who are attending Ube dental
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liette today.
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semer, Ala. Mr. Ansley had the mis- r i I i I
fortune recently to lose his left footneI I- ilH IJl -
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will sell any make of second-hand I recee dJayw m1 a of ies
typewriter upon easy terms if desired rha sat, waft 5S A t e
vWar1ettes. I hndl sl IWbut ,
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lights, steam -and furnae Ihikt; targe -lmtty: 'perfect J "h l l
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GREAT RMITAIN' HOME GUARD
Thirty-Six Mile of Fight;Wi Ships in
Review ON Plymouth-Ne Other
Natioe Can Match It
Portsmouth, England, June 16.-The
delegates to the Imperial Press Con-
fereace, who spent the day here as the
guests of the Admiralty, witnessed a
spectacle that represents a concentra-
tion of sea power unparalleled in the
history of the world.
Stretched out in seven lines in the
far famed roadstead. and extending
from Cowes Road to the sea forts
guarding the entrance to Spithead. the
visitors saw the "war head" of the
British navy-that is to say that sec-
tion of the fleet which always is fully
manned and equipped in readiness for
instant action. Of the 144 ships. esti-
mated to be worth S450.A06.000. that
had assembled for today's maneuvers.
not a single one had been especially
commissioned for the occasion.
Among the twenty-four battleships
were seven Dreadnoughts. while sup-
porting these lines of capital ships lay
twenty-four cruisers, thirteen scouts
and auxiliaries, forty-eight torpedo
boat destroyers and thirty-five sub-
marines. Had they been placed end
to end they would have formed a dou-
ble lines eighteen miles long.
THE BIG HEAD
is of two kinds-conceit and the big
head that comes from a sick headache.
Does your head ever feel like a gou'd
and your brain feel loose and sore?
You can cure it In no time by acting
on your liver with Ballard's Herbine.
Isn't It worth trying for the absolute.
and certain relief you get? At all
druggists.

TELEPHONES ON THE FARM
The telephone has been found of
even more service in the country than
In the city. Of course, no city busi-
ness man can get along without a
- telephone In his store or office, but
the business like farmer can profit as
greatly by one If he is where he can
have one. A farmer contemplating a
trip to town. to sell some product of
his acres can call up a city dealer b)3
"long distance" and learn what are
the prevailing prices and what the
market demands. He can shape his
course accordingly, thus saving him
enough money In the course of a few
weeks or months to pay the annual
rental, perhaps several times over.
He will not then find that he has car-
ried to town something with which
the market is glutted, while some-
thing else of which there is a tem-
porary scarcity has been left at home
ungathered. But It is In case of
emergency that his family will have
cause to bless the Invention and its
extension to the farming communities.
A doctor is needed in a hurry and he
lives miles away. A fire breaks out
In house or barn and the threatened
property might be destroyed before
his neighbors are aware of the dang-
er. Thieves may attack the house,
many other contingencies may arise
when this ready means of communi-
cating immediately with his neigh-
bors or with the authorities of the
nearest town may summon aid quick-
ly and save life or property. Some-
times arrangements are made where-
by the patrons of a farm telephone
service are favored with the weather
forecast for the ensuing twenty-four
hours each morning, or warned of ap-
proaching storms or floods or coid
waves. We are reminded of this
great benefit to the farmer and the
farmer's wife by a neat little pam-
phlet entitled, "Farmers' Line Tele-
phone Service," Issued by the Farm-
ers' Line Department of the Southern
Bell Telephone and Telegraph Comn-
pany, 78 South Pryor street, Atlanta.
Gsa., which gives full Information. The
Times-Union would fail in its duty to
its subscribers in the rural districts
did it not draw attention to this
booklet.-Times-Union.

STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
Sby indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $200 worth of medicine in
Svain, B. P. Ayscue. of Ingleside, N. C.,
at last used Dr. King's New Life Piili,
Sand writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure constipation, biliousness.
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-
gists.


COMING TO FLORIDA
Florida has not a better or truer
friend or one whose work is more ef-
fective than Mr. J. W. White, the
general Industrial agent of the Sea-
board Air Line Railroad, whose head-
quarters are at Portsmouth, Va, but
who isto a frequent visitor to this state.
Mr. White is a firm believer in print-
er's ink and has advertised Florida
-most extensively all over the North
and West and given especial atten-
tion to the higher class agricultural
Journals In that section Mr. White
is about the most sensible and prac-
tical immigration and Industrial man
in the eMld. He wants the farmers.
the fruit and track men, the breeders
of fine cattle, In other words the pro-
ducers to settle along his road. He
knows the rest will follow as day fol-
lows night Mr. White is largely and
personally responsible for much of
the rapid development of the splendid
Manatee section. A few weeks ago
the writer met on a train going north
from Tampa a gentleman from Bos-
ton who had spent much time in the
past few years in that section and .In
conversation a reference was made to
the rapid growth and and industry
there. This gentleman was unstinted
In his praise of Mr. White. whom he
had met personally "on the ground"
on several occasions and made this
remark in effect: "If every railroad
man engaged in immigration work in
the United States were to talk to
White there is not one who would not
learn something."
To our large number of readers
North, East and West who contem-

to J. W. White, tell him just what
you want. Just the conditions you de-
air nSA thsm .aah. San g iw. a n


A Mt Valuabl Aent
The glyerie employed in Dr. Pleres
medicles greatly enhances the medicinal
properties which it extracts from native
medicinal roots and holds In solution
much better than alcohol would. It also
posesies medicinal properties of its own,
being a valuable demulcent, nutritive,
antiseptic and antifcrment. It adds
greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry-
bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root, Stont
root and Queen's root, contained In
"Golden Medical Discovery "in subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial.
throat and lung affections, for all of which
these agents are recommended by stand-
ard medical authorities.
In all cases where there is a wasting
away of eflA lon of appetite, with weak
as is the early stages of con-
ur.I there can be no doubt that gly-
setsact as a valuable nutritive au6
aids Seal root. Stone root,
and Black Cherrybark In
igestion and building up the
a nagth. controlling the cough
and a t a healthy condition
of the w i O u arse, it mast
notbee towork miracles. It will
ot cre option except In Its earlier
Sta e. will 4 In .
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arome sore
I-r arsinM. Inacute coughs
ItI--not-so e-ffetive r -'Is In the lingering
bang-u. eglhs,~ of long standing,
even when accompanied by bleeding from
lungs, that it has performed its most
marvelous cures.
Prof. Filaey E iJgwood, M. D., of Be]
matt Med. Co, Chicago, says of gly-
cerine:
*In dm aItswrvesmnexcellentpvrposs.
ddi a ilQed uantity of the peroxdeo of
i insa !bolutlol. It is one of the best
man mpetrd jmoductnof the present time In
Its action Uap enfeebled, disordered stom-
achs, especially If there Is ulceratiun or ca-
tn a trits (catarrbal inflammation of
samamu It Is a most efficient preparation.
Glycerine will relieve many cases of pyrosis
(heartbarn and excessive stric (stomach)
sGa Medical Discovry enriches and
p rtSes the blood curing blotches, pimples.
mt snoumseuloua swellinis and m ara
Sand to Di. V. 1PIwcs of Buffahl. N. T-
r free booklet telling all about the natIl
ampitllfts tbeeIs so loAolIn IL


RAN ON THE ROCK
Cunard Stemship tvsmia WM d
on O 0 of the Amwre
Gibraltar. June IS.-The North Ger-
man Lloyd steamer Prilsess Irene ar-
rived here yesterday, having on beard
the first-class passengers of the Can-
ard steamer Slavonia. which ran
ashore on the night of June 10 on
i Flores Island one of the Azores group.
SThe Slavonia sailed from New York
ion June 3.
I She was under good speed In a feg
when she struck the rock off lAores
Island. The water rushed in, and In
an incredible short time flooded the
i hold and reached the engines.
The passengers were awakened by
tho- shock and flocked out on the decks.
SIt was then about 2:30 in the morning.
Those of the first and second cabias
hwhaved admirably, but the steerage
Spansstngers showed a good deal of exi
citement. The officers of the ship did
!everything possible to reassure the
passengers and the band was set to
playing popular airs.
A call for help was sent out by wire-
I lss. which was responded to by the
Prinzess Irene. but Ion before her ar-
rival the Slavonia's own boats landed
the passengers. The Prinzae Irene.
which reached the Slavonia later on
Thursday evening, embarked the sa-
loon passengers early the following
morning.


FINLEY ON FOR&&aM


That the wise management of the
forests is regarded by President W.
W. Finley. of the Southern Railway.
as a necessity in the devetopement of
the South is strongly brought out in
his recent address to the student body
of the University of Georgia.
"In my opinion." said President
Finley, "the economic importance of
the management of our southern for-
ests so as to secure from them the
largest present profit consistent with
their preservation cannot be overes-
timated. In addition to their lnftu-


THORNTON HAINS' TROUBLES ence upon stream flow, tending to di-
minish the destructiveness of floods
Fidelity to His Brother Has Made Him and to maintain higher water for
an Impecunious Wanderer navigation and for the generation elt
Thornton Jenkins Hains. the man power in dry seasons, they form the
who was acquitted of being an acces- foundation of our woodworking ln-
sory to the murder of William E. An- dustries.
nis at the Bayside Yacht Club. New I'ntil comparatively recent years
York. over a year ago. has become a the North Atlantic States predoml-
wanderer, having left him home to be- nated in furniture manufacturing and
come a common sailor and never to other woodworking industries. Tim-
return. The case of his brother. Capt. ber supplies In that section have been
Peter Hains. who killed Annis, and almost exhausted and these Indus-
who was convicted, came before the tries are following the rapidly reced-
court again yesterday on an applica- Ing forests into the South and West,
tion for a new trial, greatly increasing the value of our
It seems that Thornton Hains could, timber land.
not stand the treatment lie received "If Southern woodworking indus-
from the public. Old friends turned tries are to thrive In years to come,
away from him and acquaintances they must be assured of a constant
avoided him when on the street and supply of their raw material. This
elsewhere. His publishers refused to can be brought about only by the
print the stories they had purchased adoption of scientific methods of for-
of him and declined to consider the estry by the owners of our wood-
question of purchasing others. There- lands."
fore he concluded that he would be-
come a wanderer, since he had no RHIEUMATIM
place in the land of his nativity. He Fully nine out of every tea ases o
gave his little girl to his parents and rheumatism are simply henmatism
turned over to them for her 'benefit of the muscles, due to cold or damp
whatever property he had. Penniless or chronic rheumatism, neither of
and hopeless he started for a distant .which require any Internal treatment.
port where he had planned to ship on All that is needed to afford relef Is
a sailing vessel as a sailor. He doesn't the free application of Chamberlainis
care where he goes. since he considers Liniment and massaglag the affected
that the future holds neither happi- parts at each application. There f '
ness nor peace for him. disagreeable or unpleasant about this '
liniment. The relief from pain which I
it affords Is alone worth many tiUme
C A S T O R IA Its cost. Price 25 cents, large size 6
CASTOR IA ce"n t s
10 Inal i d C(oilaeri The nineteenth a-nual session of the 4
L J lMmans Missionary and Educational 2
K1 Ye iv e- fNJ Stit twt convention, auxiliary to the
Cear. te Baptist State Convention, will be held
;m with Covenant Baptist church, Ocala,
g ature of f Fla.. June 24th and 28th, 1909.

Colds that hang on weaken the con-
COLT FOR SALE stitution and develop into consum3-
A two-year-old colt. stone gray. tion. Poley's Honey and Tar cures
gentle in every way. Will sell cheap, persistent colds that refuse to yield to
Apply V. D. P. Pratt, Belliview. Fla. Other treatment. Do not experiment
-- ___with untried remedies as delay nway
result in your cold settling on your
lungs. Sold by all druggists.
ow RATMS

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01 e lasApril1ei(tsem s 7.05, Asheville, N. C., and return,
for eo= ion. In. Som esum of a week I nowied account International Conventle
VXi born ben4 d aper and at the..nd of six
Stey did mno trouble e me a. all. Cmeareo Baraca and Philathea. Tickets e
dem wodeons former. smuentirely cared sale Jun17 and 18. limit
n kea newman." **orso Kryder.S Nmtoo.. Q s ae Une ta, 1 and . fW JU1,
June 25, 1909.
S besTFr$r 14.25, Atlanta, Gao, and return, as-
count American Association of
TIM owels Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
1909.
S17.5. Asheville. N. C.. and return. "


Mta k. W-k Po Orm. .e. Me. NTeT
Th*e IuM tables samped CO C.
E tee o r or your money back.
etrmUa Remedy Co., Chicago oreN.v. gg
AMIN SALE, TON Mi WIBIES


L. ALEXANDER

Practical
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all
contract work. Orves more and bet-
ter work for the money than any
other contractor in own.




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KIDNEY CURE
WILL CURE YOU

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account Dramatic Order Kalghts
of Khorasesan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
$100.90 Seattle and return. Account
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. On
sale May 21st to Sept. 30th. Final
limit Oct. 31st
$89.0, San Francisco and Los Angeles
and return. On sale May 31, June
1. 2. 23 to July 10th, July 2 to Aug.
6th. Final returning limit Oct. 3L
For full information and deeper
reservations call on any agent Sea-
board or write to &. C. Boylstoa,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksovflle,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T.
A:, Ocala, Fla.
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
Save when you ask for it. It is good
for cuts, burns and bruises, and is es-
pecially good for piles. Sold by all
druggists.

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$17.65-Asheville. N. C., July 113, 14
and 1;. Limit July 31.
$17.65-Asheville. N. C.. June 17. 1.
limit. July Ith. 1909.
$14.25--Atlanta, Ga., June 19, 20. Limit
June 25. Stopovers allowed.
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