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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03195
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 9I.


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POTATO CHIPS,
CO. FISH WAFERS&
OCYTALIZED GINGER,
FARINA, TAPIOCA, BARLEY,
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WNOICS EVAPORATED APRICOTS
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OCALA - FLORIDA
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6 p. m.
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DENTAL bURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Sesed Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TIRNS, CASH.


ILES D. HoULBERT, 1. D.
O ATHO PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
O-s-80Pepad Floor The Munroe &
Chmbise Bank Building, Ocala,
T l o l-Oce, 222; Residence,
Oef Hours-9 to 12 a. a.; 2 to 4
p. .; '7:30 to 8:0o p. m.


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General Practise CaEs Made Proemptly
NigMhterDay
Speal Atteutiem to Otbsttrics, Di-
s oses W of Women and Children
Offce: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
Second Ploor; Phones, Oftce. No. 333;
ResIdence, No. 331.
OCALA, FLORIDA


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Reldeat Agent

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Nflhd workmen and courteous at-
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Their Share of Publio *uJns.

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Washington, Jun@ 17.-Recommend-
Ing that a 2 per cent tax on the net 4
Income of corporations and an am d-
meit to the constitution be made pro-1
viding for an Income tax without ap-I
portlonment among states, President
Taft yesterday afternoon sent a mes-
sage to Congress.
The mesame notes the evident Ina-
bility of Congress to agree on an in- <
bertance tax. It says: I am con- 4
vinced that a great majority of the
people of this country favor vestingff
the national government with the
power to levy an ineome tax." The
message further says that the decs-
Ion of the supreme court durtingf ie
.yeland adrjnstratton, in the in-
come p cuass deprives the govern-
ment of a power which It ought to
have and which might be Indispen-
sable to the life of the nation at some
great bcrita.
Miorit eof a Tax on Cerpersime
The president points out that one
merit of an Income tax on corpora-
tions would be the inmreed federal
surprvision over the big combinations,
giving the government and the pub-
lic knowledge of real business gains
and profits of every corporation.
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 Dinscovery. "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. 50e and $1. Trial bottle free,
guaranteed 'by all druggists.
ANOTHER TRIPLE ALLIANCE


Kaiser is Trying to Attach Russia to
the Coalition of Germany and
Austria
Berlin, June 17.-The Imperial yacht
Hohenzollern with Emperor William
aboard is now on its way to the Fin-
nish gulf for the meeting arranged
between the emperor and. the czar. Ac-
cording to advices from St. Petersburg
the meeting of the two rulers will take
place off Reval. Both the emperor and
the czarar e to be accompanied by
their foreign ministers and other ad-
visers.
Great political significance is attach-
ed to the Meeting of the two rulers. It
Is fully recognized that German me-
diatlon, which brought about a set-
tlement of the recent Balkan crises,
was not altogether to the liking of St.
Petersburg and that as a consequence
the support of the Russian govern-
ment In future might be more likely
to be given Great Britain's continental
policy than to the German policy. The
possibility of close relations between
Russia on the one side and France
and England on the other has been
viewed in Germany with some con-
cern.
A determined effort will now be
made to detach Russia from iftgland-
and France and to engage Russian
support for Germany. The personal
element plays a great part in Interna-
tional European policies, and the strik-
ing personality of the kaiser counts
for a great deal The kailser is ex-
pected to exert all his personal fasci-
nation In order to gain the sympath-
ies of the esar and thereby to Influence
the foreign policy of Russia in a de-
cision favorable to Germany.
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-
meon among elderly men. L. U Mor-
ris, Dexter, Ky, writes: "Up to a year
ago my father suffered from kidney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sidans pronouned 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 Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy, and the first bottle relieved him.
and after taking the second bottle he
was no longer troubled with this cein-
plaint." Sold by all druggists.
FOUND DEAD IN THE WOODS
A Case of Murdor e Suiide Near
Quitmen, Geesgia
Quitman, Ga.. June 17.-The body of
a well-dressed man was found yester-
day In a secluded place about a half
mile from Pldoock. A gunshot wound
near the right ear was the cause of
death. A pistol, with two chambers
discharged, was lying near his out-
stretched band, but not powder marks
showed on his face, which leads to the
conclusion that he was murdered.
A handsome Masonic pin and a
watch, still running, were found on
the body, but nothing to indicate his
name or where he was from. The
face showed a certain degree of re-
finement and the quality and character
of his clothing showed that he was no
common tramp.


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victed several months ago for viola-
tion of the national banking laws, was
admitted to bail yesterday In the sum
of $125,00.
Everyone would be benefited by
taking Foley's Orino Laxative for con-
stipation, stomach and liver trouble.

as It sweetens the stomach and
breath, gently stimulates the liver
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A Nebraska Man Tried to Fly Tee
Near the Sun, but Escaped with
a Few Bruises
Berwin, Neb., June 17.-A local in-
ventor dropped &M5 feet in a crippled
aeroplane here yesterday. He was not
seriously hurt.
The amateur inventor was U. Sor-
enson, a blacksmith, who in view of
several hundred townsmen made the
ascent in a balloon and then attempt-
ed to descend in an aeroplane that he
had constructed after several months
labor. When be cut the aeroplane
loose It began to descend at a terrific
speed, turning over and over as it
dropped.
The inventor clung to the craft and
when it struck the ground he was In a
sitting posture. The aeroplane was
damaged, but Sorenson although
knocked senseless and sustaining
numerous bruises, was soon revived,
not seriously worse off for his exper-
ience.
HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN
If you have pains In the back, uri-
nary, bladder or kidney trouble and
want a certain, pleasant herb relief
for women's ills, try Mother Gray's
"AUSTRALIAN' LEAF." It Is a safe,
reliable regulator, and relieves all fe-
male weaknesses, Including Inflam-
mation and ulcerations. Mother Gray's
Australian Leaf is sold by druggists
or sent by mail for H cents. Sample
sent free. Address, the Mother Gray
Co., Leroy. N. Y. 5
MRS. CLEVELAND TESTIFIED
That the Signature to the Artile Sold
by Brandenburg was Not that of
Her Husband
New York. June 17.-Mrs. Frances
Folsom Cleveland appeared In public
yesterday for the first time since her
husband's death to testify for the
prosecution In the case of Broughton
Brandenburg. a magazine writer, who
Is charged with selling the New York
Times a political article purporting to
have been written by former Presi-
dent Grover Cleveland.
Mrs. Cleveland was dressed in deep
mourning, but was self-possessed,
though pale. while on the stand. She
declared emphatically that the signa-
ture to the article in question was not
that of her husband. Also she pointed
out the difference between the signa-
ture and the genuine Cleveland sig-
nature as it appeared on several
checks which were handed to her.
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 druggiato
GOMPERS RETURNS TO GRACE
Taft, the Great Pacificater, Heals
Some of the Wounds Infliotod by
Teddy
Washington, D. C, June 17.-Preal-
dent Taft and Samuel Gompers have
buried the hatchet forever, forgetting
all past differences about injunctions.
President Taft has given President
Gompers letters of Introduction to all
the American ambassadors for his
coming European trip. with special in-
structions to give Gompers every op-
portunity to pursue his inquiries into
foreign labor conditions. In an ad-
dress before central labor union of
the District of Columbia recently. Mr.
Gompers expressed his appreciation
of the presidents kindness. Gompers
sails on Saturday, June 19th.
RICH MEN'S GIFTS ARE POOR
beside this: "I want to go on record
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Ki mI Unatie to logically aecast for the great
emotions of the art, sa aos I realism
that on a strict analysis, eve *an or&-
S^ ba. ad .a. ThI ae 101 .....R te to whom Is allowed .meiwhat of
L |e-" -- ndm ft u The U-bSoiety E ca__Lle th Uxmae of the poet. would be un-
.o ---- --- l.thimemi at 10 ocsckb ein to l tta h y open to you the motives
I "t:s 9e. -- Dt. St C. I. Namee, Tampa.e d fee lnas with which we welcome
a, me, IL. Barnett astor of the M. yo to or mids.t. However, we are,
S.. rch, Osi, Lo te not Ilbe those who have no reason for
SI 1 blessing A"a asker the ni0potent the faith that is within them.
S- perfect-irag of their swork cate on t We realisze the importance of the
1 -d o.f. the.i -n- _th S co dsarad p oa those working toward
,-. w- M general^, bther *S a common" end, both from the stand-
d N ms -- --m ~et-- n nt ." d..,.point of the better understanding of
t N aT"t h, n It ond the material and scientific principles
P Rea. --A aw Urtl-Aea-tS =&Y *"S involved, and that of the Inspiration
S-te-amrial slat at mdhafts given tsorln to those so engaged, by that
that P h aa t aacMk ellowlg address, which spiritual and moral culture, which
of W e a -rm- d*leges the Aeet asa uded.. comes alone from mingling with one
-e eos y aeas sa bemeams another In any common and laudable
00 p oor qutof ofth = m=~a10s- Ged Tooth aud Geood N lth work.
aaa Ml Iaprl. B4aa, JM m I-0- e ....... ....... .....tth "In Isolation the fner parts of ones
e ot 4 us po.lR adta trials wef ellotesnature wither and decay: in fellow-
M 0 te9u h aw s w o, anr o1',S we ft th uf arto okdh b thom shipf they bear noble fruitage."
i. g ma a Mtike w, his Aef ta sto ...hlde t.eq.. the r Men who work together have not
at aM -d pIerfect v d bewitchtng t e hSs popra nta tiot er only the ameatere. but are likely
S. Mei ow a dieting. can teh the latest teaching ot medical sece to develop a kinship of thought and
t Ws Our es ame C oMtam We are toM tacs t only one man in feeling. There seems to be something
tM r t youranions" m W e me hundred dthu sand has anl y tre b a in the putting forth of effort upon the
Sn ab M aIn R and the with s tee same material or for the same end,
Sar m wo a Most peopi-only go to the dentist which binds men together with ties
eWh AMWa he 1i41s 1 mar k to toel unremit tiMng daa adwhich are not wholly the result of
Ssr. JMmat in m try t a"d td htr t te r.If t pr ity. Each Individual becomes
to their adjn ginr athi their wh hgn .. aeth Utheye ccustoi.ed to act and think with a
had me.a weekt amgont.hthree view to the welfare of the aggreate.
been tle, ad their teeth could have and a union of affeetions usually re-
-or TAHE PIN beehrtn saved he e too l te places or consecrates, the union of
be" saved., they--o.'irs eIntaterest. Some one has said: "To
SThe S "a m.er Conmay at tort r thing t t. w bride ork In one's day with one's fellows;
SO i ppa to a ears .This Ist a protest against to accept their fortune, bear their
lmber a day, seot od or ear. as our o ummeemar.y ... burdens, perform their tasks and ac-
SMatemba siTpry hm it. That sa t o .dentist"'o them cept their rewards; to be one with
wemld be tweo sis train leads a day. a. patientn muth I nthe.Imper. them In their toil sorrow and joy of
m ythataslrdoesnhis life.; is to put oneself the way of the
The freight Oa pineapples is alm a -one, or ab lsth on on. richest growth and the purest happi-
'". E- tepin fa hl, the p., B tone, or a' blacksmith on hu iron. m ,
m topWIs..Ust. .oRl"s. Peo- at Te do o u work- ness ,
ple ov r, the M se to wa They do GS conscientious work- And so we welcome this organiza-
Spappl s e work that stands, and all tha, but- t-on a the embodiment of the means
Sthat is Oared to the paper E vy grown person remembers as to higher ends; and may this meet-
ap; peM t Cuba. TIm atoMeall paper a some terrible hours ln a den- In be rich in its fruitage of material
"On atCoaaa & b tho s ost' wse l chair. The memory Of those" and scientific Interests advanced; rich
U between avaa and New rs grown to be a te Intin the strengthening of the old bonds
ye*. e -a r- e M f smeet m ...o them away of union, and In the forging of new
S- w a or no .t bte i ..l.. too late. chains which shall bind us more close-
iSt i asont m a" ts number s mit- t ued tobeahabitof ma en ly to one another and to all that leads
U mother the hum race as tts to tll a ch ild: "o to peonal and collective develop-
t amble alone the highway and path. In to pull this tooth. im only going tent
flen ,t.ass- ent.. .. ..
SI to look at It. Then the tooth ia pull- D. Ka ,. Response
.n----- ^- -- --r- .4 The chill never forgets that ... .-
"' t east lt' s rive th s all credit to the leaders Dr. C. F. Kemp responded to the ad-
Coit i &bow Ld 'e .s.eetry-to the men who ave dresses of welcome in behalf of the
Ca 'owm e" t ltft. -tf te d It from a trade for barbers and association. He spoke of the organl-
a t w oo ra t m aS. tnm blacksmlthe mpare time to the dignity atia of the association 2 years ago
Ss a m tag a m t of a science. They have done much. by a handful of dentists In Jackson-
es ra2. WJ i th. The use ofw *a sad opiates helpavtile. That its growth had been grad-
w le a p, Stl2 h f much in severe cas. But a patient ual and to the betterment of the pro-
Shur INot m. borL c..ba o cant remain under the Influence ng That itsmeetings during all
Sh r a n ho Ad to nd e many, their whole be- these years had been all over the
Sa I M t t& onn aqulver from the memory pasth aate and now in the city of Ocala
Stoc-ak se to h -s eat thea mere sound m the m bs- with its beautiful homes and pleasant
Sm Tlms l tiso Jmlvls s the mere sight of the teel In- drives, so central t should be the
Daw oa1f*!s AMMOd te Tel" 1 all -a He said our people would be wel-
tt epl~itm the= o A earful dentist can be-and many oaedr to all its meetings. He spoke
Ss.e 'ofl b e. w r th et one re-so careful and of the good work the association was
f as .I s emtie with has tin trumenta that he doing, profesionally, Inciting greater
--n av od ninety--vf e per cent of the Interests and dLsseminating larger In-
SC i ,-- a tha presents mufering formation to those In the ranks. He
e~reas r tret By casdderig the pychology said the members of this association
,mS me. eare. arer i i t his patient. adrs a phyeican does, ha did not belong to that class of den-
c M arsTV. ,t c an t t.can as.rd tospe who oe as point ti ts wloutherald publicity In the way
Coon t sai~n-, o Mow s met, es m ringr hYis uoaetor poin of advertising the wonders they per-
l y tal yor t over his teth carefully, deso.stratolngformed and all painless, at a price
SOe thatl tohe actual paly iS but oall-with that would make the bell porter grow
,e e dls prtetpauir gbt fo method ugme r it faint The object of the association
t. nt m tr it ljf mhy And lt eery ntst ur eo hi i to do things consistently, honestly
"IU9@ Iet Andslotheeerth t the he bf alwa hs oand durable.
, S $ # SW O ( 4 KImel ty o( a *ot that the businei s of foo- gnd duraoly.
tlon ed, .ina 1 a t aeb ildrea dabp e sent acke to the limbo of He spoke of the great change in the
Sas istant teacher in chemistry and y r a man's skill was Judged last quarter of a century In the ranks
'.d blot. This is what e etmss- aiOn ed S by the number of teeth be tould of the members who organised the as-
a. Pndi mem d f "Mr. ar- p In a minut, location, how most of those had
ban, el a,_ praI tPal a the Dentists are doing wonderful things dropped out and a younger generation,
I.. n0S7 bil oce d r in today. Thenr have been a number ofwith fresher ideas and greater inspir-
Tl a ne's omlMO a public ca- cure of Insanty by proper treatment ation, were carrying on the work.
Uidity. bt hia wine, f& and gen- of diseased teeth. The dental scientist He aid a high compliment to our
S te m. n mait vym, .p M t of has pointed out many remarkable Dr. J. Chace and said the assocla-
th in tttm was inning along physiological discoveries to their med-. tion was proud of the man whose work
Sl hmoItm s, and a" thel o fri-ends in the pent few varm. and ideas had created for him a na-
I- r-- dE hml3 .cnditoon of tho In behalf of the cit of Ocala I tonal reputation as a dentist and
s-"eola wer' s a*' ? ti tey to e welcome yotS, and assure you we feel closed with a humorous reference to
m. Mr. B er had the affection o d the n of Dr. Blalock and Dr.
S -rwotes tad pupil co l t e Caach, o Ocala.
at | -I atiein is gost Dr. J. N. Chice was called on t '*-sden Nno'es Address
i-here"- Prof. Barber isa Bohe of speak words of welcome in behah o- Dr. Kemp was warmly applauded.
, Mrs. T Trter, qt this city and If the Ocala. dentists, who spoke as f, Dr. Blalock was then called to the
^ -t bar" In i, spet his yosth lows: chair, and President Nance, of Tam,
I that motio of Marion known as It Is my honor and privilege to re- pa, read his address, which indeed was

-Ocala to extend to the Florida Dental of the dentist on the outside who was
'U .he 'ft ma eoumel *, Society and to the other visiting not a member of the association, what
k.'- mlmm m out in t- t ci-- "-- friends a most cordial welcome, he missed, what he lost by not being
' c ia tor i It Is true that the head always finds on the Inside, ethically and socially.
- U LU --l uTs'ng a it hapotsihle to analyse or ever at He referred to the fact that much was
ai St -A o --- Uognised by the medical profession. He

E1alish IM sult the physicians and give them
*i jron- v. J. N. Dew, a iel D-- their confidence. There was no ques-
,air I Ib w therW were times wheT
f 5 m \I the two should consult each other and
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He spoke of the action of dentists In
Sc a i n, other states and the effect of their ef-
is vi e \ forts on state legislation effecting the
I emiaog oa care of the teeth of the children In the
beEe sec ao paled them on schools and Its Importance on the
t trip to and Orlando, that health asd lives of the children. Here
MWO WN Wuve the benemt o h is he read an editorial from some paper
Aw e_ IMa si both of which along lines he approved In regard to
S. S la mAo~thai If Vhow this great question of the pres-
we anda .r for Iervation of the teeth should become a
R ckw ell, os.will Asht m r matter of state Interest and state leg-
Sta s lmeaa d o bamingn wm eSaebdyeera Islation. He said this association
Should take up this Important question
SI r and cooperate with every county sup-
"M -r. 1AW_ begl, aof B rmtaghaa al ataerintendent of public instruction and
Ala. a- wE w u My Sii4 M i Mw ad c-ok@6bWhg lad Interest them In this effort*
Cdftn a.t Atsata.Ift beglateretM r A :11, 3iHe spoke of the nostruma prevail-
aftsaed to th aaaiaas Is a gIng in the profession and that they
That tde tm tamsat a o Cat t AVM W should be discarded; that there cer-
J-R U V le Ot aBS a. that metainly should be enough ability In the
S Mr. Ala l aglle et Rckwelp wi act association to formulate dentifrices
St A ala that Dr. & Scotto, that wold be the equal if not the su-
M aW s of Btmag- For Gale by perfr of those prepared by proprie-
, ham m a Am -a Mr. aad Mrs. e. a tary houses.
*a WWI- a te ate T. W TROXLER He said there should be a reciprocity
I. of l terest in the granting of licenses
by the different states, so that there
r. mary INOw, a w r3i ber- would be no question of ability on the
6 1Fh theI OAAl p MiSmo and a BSl part o the practitloner, coming from
g jail hat ]"aa g 3130 eol a one state to another.



r A U a y te k ft r te~itIg Its objects, aims and accomplish-
*A a Vit to ahi Bamt at The papers did not seem to look
but for this apparent want of recog-
V"n i Wt t because the association did not go to
: o Wa s ae l the papers and ask them to speak for
'Oft 1 nst yest1asy, them. He said until the session of the
MW A M, Of legislature of 1907. the association had
Agi-- n-m ain the lumaml -or never asked for legislative favors, re-
4 .- 1Y a" OW so" v hsult they got none, but when they
trs p t sh u py ap to ..n. ., .. .._ .. ...


was listened to with great interest and
he was frequently applauded.
On motion of Dr. Chace a committee
was appointed on the president's ad-
dress. namely: Drs. Chace, Taylor and.
Welsh.

Dr. C. F. Kemp. of Key West, In
company with Mr. C. H. Dame, made
the Star a pleasant visit this morning
Dr. Kemp is one of the pioneer mem-
bers of the Florida Dental Association
being present 26 years ago with a doz-
en other dentists at its organization
in Jacksonville and has been a con-
stant attendant at its meetings ever
since and takes the liveliest kind of
an Interest in the proceedings. Dr.
Kemp's father was one of the pioneer
settlers of Key West and in 1883 when't
Dr. Kemp graduated in dentistry he
hung out his shingle in his native town
and has been living there ever since,
becoming very successful in his pro-
fession, as well as one of the leading
citizens of the Island city. identified
with all of its material Interests and
a leader In its secret organizations.
He is indeed a pleasant gentleman to
meet.
There were present at the morning
session of the State Dental Society
about forty members, among them
several ladies, wives of the members
of the association, who were made to-
feel at home by the presence of Mrs.
L. F. Blalock and Miss Valeta Potter.
Quite a number of members are ex-
pected to arrive on the noon trains.
Among the dentists who arrived in
Ocala last night to attend the meeting
of the state association were Dr. J. B.
Chace, of Jacksonville, father of Dr.
J. E. Chace, of this city, and his son.
Dr. Henry Chace: Dr. S. I Anderson,
Plant City: T. M. Alien. Tampa: A; F
York. Live Oak; Dr. Wm. Hull and
two lovely children; C. H. Hudson and
wife, Alachua; W. A. Dean and wife, I
Tampa: P. E. Buick. Jacksonville, and
G. B. Tysen. Gainesville.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED


by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is on:, one way to curedeaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucuous
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum-
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it Is entirely closed, deafness Is
the result, and unless the inflamma-
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear-
Ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but in inflamed con-
dition of the mucuous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that ca.,not be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars. free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. D. C.. June 18.-Local
shoWers tonight or Friday.
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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.
6-4-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 f'ew
minutes the iron is hot. No smoke
or dirt and *iat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.


THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES
and taste as sweet. That's why Sebles-
Inger's and Lowney's Candies in halK
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure
confections these; flavor delicious. Our
confectionery Is free from adultera-
tion. It tos wholesome and healthful
Every kind of confectionery here.
Fruits, Cold Drinks, Cigars and News-
papers.

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PICNIC AT SILVER SPRINGS
The Fort King Sunday school pic-
nic at Silver Springs yesterday was a
great success. The schools with their
friends numbered fully 200 people. Mrs
Anna Cappleman was delegated by the
schools to superintend the work to
make It a delightful outing and their
fondest expectations were realized.
Mr. Moffert had charge of the ice
cream and provided a plenty for all,
including lemonade, Which was sold to
create a fund to purchase song books
for the school. Those who take a deep
interest in the school were the Gelg-
era, the Luffmans, old and young.
Parkers, Claytons, Tongues, etc. The
boys delighted in taking headers Into
the sparkling waters of the springs,
while the girls took theirs out li
bathing and boating.. The occasion
was a very pleasant one and all voted
It a great success.

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

PHYSICIAN'S ANNOUNCEMENT
I take this method and opportunity
to announce to the people of Ocala A"
vicinity that I have opened an offce
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 hours,
9 to 11:30 a. m., 1:30 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8
p. m. Respectfully,
F. E. MeClane, M. D.
Note-Shall devote the morning of-
flce hours of Tuesday and Friday of
each week to free consultation to th6
poor and needy.
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.
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 14L.
Robert Culbreth. Act Mar.

OPPORTUNITY
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 Ulist 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.
WON THE THIRD GAME
The Ocala baseball team won the
game yesterday frpm Sanford, 4 to 3,
in a series of three games. Our boys
will play today with Orlando and the
rest of the week.


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I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, Steel, Brass, Cpper, Zle
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Bolers, Rals, Etc, whether as second-beand or scrip and pay the
highest price In cash for same. Write or call on me and let me how
what you have and were It is located.
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Red Men meet this evening.
REXALL
The Ocala Hnuse had 42 arrivals
yesterday.
Meet me at the drag store on the
square.
Mr. J. V. mi.''jty t. St. L.muis is at
the Ocala House.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
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fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.
Mrs. W. C. Htanchard and daugh-
ter. Miss Amy Blanchard. who have
been visiting friends in Jacksonville.
returned home this afternoon,
Z.ine candies, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best, In pounds and half-
pounds. at Ballard's news and fruit
stand.
Mrs.' William Reiner. of .'matllla,
who has been visiting Mrs. Robert
Marshal for the past ten days. will re-
turn home tomorrow.
The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this deiitrinnent of our
buslue e one of the largest in the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
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Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Laster of At-
lanta are guests of the Ocala House.
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonanma.
Mr. J. S. McAllister of Reddick is at
the Montezuma Hotel.
Edwards' meat market ill close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays.
Mr. J. M. Archibald of Center Hill,
Is at the Montezuma Hotel.
Meet .me at the drug store on the
square.
Mr. H. 0. Bowman of Fort Myers is
a guest of the Montezuma.
The Montezuma had 35 arrivals last
night and yesterday.
A new line of popular priced books
Just In at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. J. C. Hall of Oxford. is at the
Montezuma.
I or I do&a "W' will cure any eame
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. S. W. Long of St. Marys, is at
the Montezuma.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
our chills and fever, 6 cents.
Mr. T. I. Shearer of Atlanta is at the
Mpntezuma.
Mr. S. M. Owens of Umatilla is at
the Montezuma.
Meet me at the drug store on the
square.
Mr. H. G. Eagleton has returned
from his visit to Tampa.
Mrs. E. H. Mote is home from a
visit to Jacksonville.
REXALL
Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Miss Carrie Pelot Went down to Ar-
cadia this afternoon to visit her par-
ents.,
lave you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R C. Davis & Co.
general agept.
Mr. A. S. Lawbert a Sparr merchant
was In town today, getting money to
pay off his hands Saturday.
RECALL
Ar. and Mrs. LIde of Tarpon Sprincs
arrived today and are guests of thft
Ocala House.

R. C. Davis & tPo., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $17.0 per dozen..
Mr. Porter of Juliette. of the firm of
Porter & Bunnells, was in town today
and paid us a pleasant call.
Mr. J. W. Northrqp anrd Mr. J. W.
Northrup. Jr.. ft Leesburg, are guests
of the Montezuma.
Mr. John T. Horner of Atlant;a w s
among last night's arrivals at the
Montesuma.
The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and invites
your inspection.
The new officers are now on duty:
Marshal Dinkins and and Policeman
Balsden.
Anti-German-the ideal disinfectant.
The Court Pharmacy can supply you
with this elegant preparation when In
need.
The Ladies* Home Mission Sockty
will meet tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Methodist church
R. C. avls & Co.. of Jacksonville
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter" upon easy terms If desired.
Mr. W. C. Blanchard. the contractor
has returned from a business trip to
Orlando, Palatka and Jacksonville.

Bear In mind we carry a full lino of
Staffords and Carter's inks; also


Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those 8-Inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker,.
A. M. Cushman, J. E. Webster and
Chas. S. Hill, prpmtnent Gainesville
Masons, were in the city last night.
gteitutb of the Ocala House,
Mr. Clarence Camp and family have
returned from their houseboat outing.
but Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp ae still
at Crystal River. Dr. W. H. Dodge
and Mrs. Mary Dedge-Maddox went
down this afternoon to be the guests
of the Camps for a few days.
Mr. S. M. Owens of Umatilla, one
of the successful orange growers and
cattle men of Lake county and reput.
ed to be one of its fiscal muldoens,
was In town yesterday and a guest of
the Montezuma.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
The H. B. Masters baseball aggre-
gation played a game with the Melver
& MacKay crowd this afternoon at the
baseball park to celebrate the Thurs-
day noon closing for the summer
months.
HOUSE FOR RENT
A new seven-room house for rent.
on Daugherty street. Apply to A, C.
Gates.

Mr. James J. White and wife of
Jacksonville, are in town, taking in
the attractions of the Brick City and
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ROLLINS COLLEGE;
FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEOF
SCOLLAEE, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION,
FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND
BUSINESS.
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed: electric
lights, steam and furnace heat: large faculty; perfect health condl-
tions; fle gymnasium, athletic fields, boating, tennis courts, g~of lims;
baseball, football and basketball teams champions of Florida Inl .
SNarly a quarter of a million dollars endowment: expenses moderate;
ebaolr atslUavaIlable; Christian but undenominational; stands for

CUARACTE :-: C UORE :-: C OUCT
For Catalogue Address the President:

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ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON
Dr. and Mrs. Lucen F. Blalock en-
tertained the State Board of Dental
Examiners last evening at luncheoe at
their home on Oklawaha avenue. Aft-
er luncheon some delightful vocal and
instrumental music was supplied by
Mrs. Blalock and Mrs. H. M. lmptam
Th. members of the board who were
pres-nt were Dr. W. G. Mason. Tampa;
Dr V. F'. Kemp, Key West: Dr. R. P.
Tay!..r. Jacksonville; Dr. T. J. Welch,
P.-nsacola. and Dr. J. E. Chace. Ocala.
The other guests present were Col.
and Mrq. H. M. Hampton, Dr. and
Mrs. D. G. Barnett, of Arcadia, and
Mr. Richardson of Atlanta, Mrs. Bla-
l.,ck.s father, who has recently arrived
to p:;y her a visit. A most delightful
evening was spent with Dr. and Mrs.
Blalock.
PRAISES FOR LELAND SMOAK
The Ocala Rifles are singing the
praises of their quartermaster ser-
geant, Mr. Leland Smoak, and say the
O ala Rifles fared better in their corn.
missary department, got along smooth-
er and had more and better prepared
food than any other company in the
two regiments and all because of the
efficiency and untiring energy of their
popular r quartermaster sergeant, eI-
land Smoak.
INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.
COLONEL SHIPMAN IN HARNESS
Col. V.'. J. Shipman, formerly lessee
of the Montezuma Hotel, this city, t
now manager of the New Acme Hotel,
In Jacksonville. recently bought by
Frank V. Dunn. Col. Shipman Is a
splendid hotel man and Is known by
the traveling public all over the South.
with whom he is very popular. We
wish this veteran war horse a success-
ful career with the hotel. People
from this section stopping with CoL
Shipman will find a warm welcome.
The wide-awake Times-Union rep-
resentative in Ocala. Mr. C. R. Kreger,
always eager to promote and advertise
the advantages of this section, will
have a special double-page in the 4th
of July number of the Times-Union,
which will be issued Sunday. June 27.
One page will contain a complete
write-up of Ocala and Marion county.
ind will show the vast resources and
advantages of this section. The other
page, which is to be devoted to adver-
tising matter, will be printed in two
colors. This issue of the TimesT
Union will be a very attractive ope
and will be sent to all parts of the
United States. It will be a good Idea
for our people to avail themselves of
this opportunity, and aid Mr. Kreger
in advertising our city and county.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hudson of Aj-
Ianta, are guests of the Ocala House.
Mr. Hudson travels for the John Lund
Co.. of Atlanta, dental supply dealers,
and he has a splendid display In one
of the second-floor rooms of the hotel.
Mrs. Hudson travels with him and 1s
almost as good a salesman #a he.
Dr W. V. Newsom has rented the
Argyle cottage at Woodmat-on-IAke-
Weir from Mr. D. S. Woodrpw aalt
will move his family down next week.
where they will remain until their
home on FBast Fort King avenue Is re-
modeled and enlarged.
LOST-Ony lady partylt of sedate
disposition and decorous conversation.
Return to Mrs. Mathews at the Elk
Cafe and receive reward.
Mrs. May Alired-Alen of Tampa
will tender Misses Jean Teague and
Adele Bittinger, of Ocala, a reception
tomorrow evening at her flat in @ha
city.

Mr. Felix H. LlUsk, state agent for
the Mongrch typewriter, with head-
quarters at Jacksonville, is hi tho cIty
in the Interest of his machble. Mr.
Lisk has behe spending a year in the
state of Michigan for his house and
returned to Florida the first qf the
year and is thankful to se here. He
is a great aduiurer and staunch friend
of Ih* state and. withal, a pleasant
gentleman.


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Inee*t Destroyer and DiiLfeta onvention to B d
Imstast Dee ato Bd SOW s. o F eea cl, E "s
Roaches, Moaquitoes and Flie. De- lwer song, & H-to w a" god we.^g
orb" Goraisand 81llisusthe Eggs Medley selection. -The Afte
.. A.
of Insets. Feel Oders ae Pwi"ed by
Its Us. March,"Iy Bal.s D .D -.".
Overture, "Poet a"d Pmaa f -er. Ti I pW *Vt IMJ -401
In Quarts, Half-Gallon and Galle Suppe.
Canm Pantasa, 'Ka Long Ag (barhemeo Mg b tao
solo by P. I Mathna )--.U.
SPRAYERS FOR USE OF SAME Pr
-Blts of Rmcek'b t-. & 3IRe. -- ag
A eL .e Duetr. ?H GT GPS .'
THOMPON.VAUGHNM
Mr.EL D. T u "M as -
1 P1 & I1Min Estelle Vo ta g M M ft go 8 TAM A A
__eloek at the parsmage by b t L '
--- -- ----- ----Barnett. Only the samlies of theofa-' Ilk
KrABO 00 ETS tractfat Parties were pr T-e e- al- l 6M .
KAO OORSETS groom Is the young enterpwreles
-eryMan Jut south of the mihet 8.4d
We are glad to Inform the publc his fair bride o the aaete L
that the Globe has the exclusive daughter of Mr. and Mr Va~h .
agency in this section for the famous this city. The best wishes of tht p 8
Kabo corsets. This is one of the best. per are extede the haPPy par.
moet reliable and stylish corsets made a "
in America. See the ad in this iue. Miss Ellen Thagard. who ba spea t ..
the past month at the Dentie f i. ,__ .. ... _,
ORANGE GROVE tarium, Jacksonville. We h sub-. --
FOR SALE OR RENT mitted to & operatlm for app temltletI k
A five-acre orange grove, with has fujy recovered and wil retain -- *, '*-
splendid large trees, now filled with home tomorrow. Her mother. Mrs K IL- ",P ..'.
fruit, located right at depot in the Ut- P. Thagard. was with her drig her. -
tie town of Eagle lake. eight mndes illness and will return bome with her.
from Bartow and four miles from Miss Thagard's many friea r ee
Winter Haven. Large house of 10 big at the happy outcome of her phycal ..
rooms, suitable for winter home of troubles. ** -
boarding house and can be kept filled
all the time. Family Is scattered and Mr. Lum Luffman of Oak, was In
owners will sell very cheap. Apply or town yesterday and paid the Banaer .
write M. B., Star office. Ocala, Fla. an appreciated call. He is one of the -A rLK ,.3y
successful young truckers of his see-
HOUSE FOR RENT Uon and while he Is modest enough to __
Fbr rent an eig&t-room residence say he has not made a fortune, yet
well located on South Third street candor compels him to remark e- -i s' ,'.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph, coming out fairly well. That his re- l E "
at the Montesuma hotel. turns yesterday were U and t li
crate for cantaloupes and more to fol- -
There is no better stock of fine low. L- '
writing papers in the city than we SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALEk" "
carry. Come In and look It over if
you want something really nice. Ty- A large and elegant s fountain @ Daw t ,
dings & Co. with miror. cost $Si. and wit sell It s ona b .
for $1.50. Is nearly new and aIn fte
Look over our line of toilet prep- shape. 8. A. Moses & Br. I 1 "..:
rations. We are quite proud of the b62 bo.d am O o .
fine stock. Perfunea, powders and Mrs. T. W. Troader and Eve ns .
soaps of the ftner grades. Tydings Aleft today for Tallahassee where they "
Company, will visit Mrs. Trozler's brother. Prot L .
SI S. Barber, for a few weebk, after nin .
Mr. Henry Stevens, the Lakeland which they will go to Bruton. Ala., n 7 n0-
timekeeper for the A. C. passed to visit her sister, Mrs. Luttrell, for
through Ocala today on his way to some time.
lakeland from High Springs.
Miss H. P. Williams, oueaMrty of -
J. L Caldwell was In town today Ocala and a sister of Mr. J. J. WIll-
from across the tiver. He said all iams, of Homosama, its In the city tor
that section is preparing to attend the a few days visiting friends.
Electra Sunday school picnic Saturday.
Mrs. H. A Ford IS howe ffts a M
FOR SALE-At Fort MUcCy, forty to her daughter. Mrs. R. T. Birda4y,
acres of the best strawberry and let- of Macon, .
tuee land In Marton county, situated a ...... :
mile aid a half from the Rents rail- Measrs. Henlry B. Co ad Charle.
road. This land contains 25 acw of Larsen of Gainesville. were guests of t .
good cypress timber suitable for cross- the Monteauma yesterday, havbg eo me
ties, electric light poles, telegraph down in Mr. Coe's auto.
poles and shingle timber. A safe in-
vestment to buy and hold. Willt -. KI F -
crease 25 per cent In value aanually. i P. VI E -IS
Excuse for selling. nee money. W. Covetons held every M ,
H. McConn, OCa', n a day evening ia Castle Ha ll
over Peyser's store. A cordial
EXPIEIENCED SALESWOMAN welcome to visaltingknightl. 1 1 BLUE W A GMA
WAt4TED AT THU *LOBE Chas. K. Sage, K. of IL anB .
Wanted, at aone, an experienced EA I U .
drygooga saleswoman. Must know tht I w s B ql .
bustaess. Salary no object. Apply at **ILL-k 1 *
the Globe. Ocala, Ia Tulula Lodge. Ne. 2 I> --
Bla gUM^I.i 0 .P.et -- ,, .- *ai.s"-et- s ..
PAN ARGAINS l -ery Tueay eve -
An ejdtt-lnch Westinghouse electrle In Tonge's Hall. Visitl g brothers '
fan that Is positively guaranteed to ways welcome. PHIL "-
burn only three cents worth of elec- W. C. Biaaelaird N. Q. ... ..
trinity In ten house steady running. M. M. Little, Secretary. ____
See their at once. H. W. Tucker, the ,
electrical supply man. A *CALA A1311 Ple and s e e r i

Ten joars experience. References. B Beft 1i5 LS e
any musc teacher tIn Ooala, any Mee a- ,
music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone hbird Wednesday evn. w -- 0;5, .
328. A. M. Lasfotrd. city. 1-8-tt Ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting bretbh ren .. a
always welcome.
Tour preecriptlons, when left at the P. W. Dittoe President C D LC 1 I
Court Pharmacy, are compounded W. C. Moore, Secretary.
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us; [It F4


we'll call for and deliver your pre- -
scriptions,ve da
When in seed of stationery go to a Mar n-Dns 1n 4he er tis. al t walse s ,t the best
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the r an am
only stationery store InI ocas.n third Thursday even-
L.OW. .aW wings of each month. Visiting brothers WM TU KER
cordially Invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
vf tWe W. V. Wheeler, Secretary. Pls. 2 CI M 4 jt.
AI! AN -N
17.5, Asheville, N. C., and retu., n
account laternao al ConventUon Regular convocations of the Ocala I-
u and Pllatb. Tickets onChapter No. 1, I. A. a O the 4th
sale June17 ad 18. Final limit Fridayin every month at m. 5u m n
June 25, i90. N. L Gottlieh, H. P.
014., Atlanta. Ga., and return, ac- Jake Brown, MIcretat.
couat Amerlcan Association of O-m lao lh I .1
Opticlas. Tiekets on sale June OCALA LOD=.. -, .
19 and 20. Final Umit June 25, OCALA LOD.h We ,.
$1T.5, Ashevile, N. C., sad return., 631 -- -- A a i *. Bu. B. :-
aecount Dramatic Order Knights L. F. 6. L L plnam, Ob*S
Tickets on sale July 8, 9. ad Meets second Tuesday
S ',y, evening in each month wtma g W~ a& &a "M
11. Final limit July 26. 1909. until October. V lsit-
01" Seattle and return. Account i f -unt i Omtber Visrt
Alaska-Tukon-Paeifl Exposltion. On Ing brethren always welcome. V DNC aMao W
ale May 21st to Septo 30th. Final Bradford Webb. Exalted R ler.
sale mit Oct 31st. ept.0t Inal Stephen Jewett, Secretary.
$@.0, San Francisco and Los Angeles
and return. On sale May 31. June FMT
1. L 23 to July 10th, July 29 to Aug. -- '
Sth. Final returning limit Oct. 3L |L. I
For full Informatio and sleeper Next regular aothly mesthng e
CTilv ?0 Call t e -a aigen ll be held Fray evening, July 9th, at | i E
board or write to S. C. Boybeftn 7:y3 o0Wlock In Tongss Hall. Vist ang
A-- Gen. Pass. Agent. JacksovTlUe. a y w iusme. 3. 3 -ae
a.; or tall n IC. R aysor. C. T.sov erein a way s K. oe P. R. Xa Ma dI.90
Ala Xa n Mt m e- a d~ls C C .
A.. Scaeea. i. Cra..
There are many Imitations of De- -- --af -Ed --'oft
Witt's Carbolized Witch Hasel Salve- A Na t r assei n o MG .i l
DeWitt's Is the orlginaL Be sure you Why do people Wto a tet t h Ae __:-- -
get DeWitt's Carhollsed Witch Hazel a meat cx V tic use it he =M=a Y a





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I |Jr-t* M1lHNG htAot kIms tmw to the
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t J hslam by tgr "1 9 PR MAhw m cuwI
f-- f k cup. ThO clT d my rde with
.m d i cod.a" a few later the family
be bml'dby e nh s syiqinsoms. Everyhomewhere
OMw=MRdEA-g huI Md be prepnaed forthes=d&
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COUGH REMEDY

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**We guarantee every bottle of
Chmberlain's Cough Remedy,"9
says W. M. Parish, Palmerston,
Ontario. "Out of the many bottles
sold last winter not one was re-
turned. We recommend it espe-
cially for ddchIea with croup."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
faiam for its prompt cures of
coges, colds sd cro. When
gave as eoona the chld becomes
boame attack of croup may be
averte. This medicine is entirely
free frem narcotics or injurious sub-
smaces of any kind and may be
ivetothe Ue oes with abso-


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We kWew what Kodel would do
before ever the flrst bottle was
sold. If we did not know Just what
It w do. we would not guarantee
It the way we do.
It is ensy for you to prove Kodol
-the aext (or the lArst) time you


Everybody busyloading and ship-1
ping watermelon", they being the
chief export now.
Tomato antl cantalour-e season;
about over. although about .50 or 735
crates leave daily. I
Messrs. Gale. Not:. Ridge. Bryant,'
Pelot, Proctor. Llci'is and Hopkins'
have all shippe I some very fine,
melons. May they all receive good'
prices and attend the world's fair is'
the wish of the wriT-r. I
Children's Day was observed at,
the M. E. Ch'irch Sinday evening. i
The chur-h was comfortably filled.
The exercises were under the charge'
of Mrs- Thompson and all did well.
Mrs. WVndotll and daughter. Miss'
Iram. sang two duets which were
very much enoyed. at the close of
which Rev. Thompson rave a short
talk. followed by tho taking of the
offering by little Misses Minnie Tre-
mere and Eva MeCl-ndon.
The Epworth League held its bu.s-
iness meeting and social Monday
evening at the home of Mrs. Miller,
who with h-r daughter.,, Miss Miller
and Miss E ,el. came up last week
from Eiistis to spend the summer at
their cottage.
Mr. C. Ed Armstrong returned
bome on Monday from Kissimmee,
where he was the honor guest at a
jovial houseboat party gi.en him by
a "Varsity" friends.
Mr. R. H. Nichols came in Wed-
nesday morning from encampment
with the Ocala Rifles at Black Point,
on the St. Johns River.
Mrs. Joe Whisenant returned last
Saturday from Oxford, after a few
days %isit with her sister, Mrs. Will
Jeffcoat.
Mrs. F. T. Wendell and daughter,
Miss Irma. left Wednesday for their
home at White Plains. N. Y.
Leaving on the -ame train was
Miss Lorena Freeman, who will
spend the summer in Pittsburg. Pa.
Mr. A. L. Nott and Mr. R. C.
Ridge have been on the sick list all
week. but are improving now. Too
much hard work. gentlemen.
YOU NEVER CAN TELL
just ,xi.t ly the cause of your rheu-
matism.-. t y,,u knowr you have it
Do' you knio%% that It;aiard's Snow Lin-
iment will curt. it--reieves the pain
-reduc..s the swel-iing arid limbers
the J,'ints a:ul mus i, s -o that you will
be as native adm wi 11] s yout ever were.
Price 2>c. 0.c and $1. At all druggists.

('ALVARY
Mrs. M. E. Wallace. of Ocala, came
out Thursday evening and stayed
unti Saturday with helr son. Mr. A.
S. .1. Wallace.
Mrs. M. E. Wallace and Mrs. A.
S. .1. Wallace and son called on Mrs.
J. W. Morrison Friday afternoon.
Calvary was visited with a good
rain Monday evening.
Mr. J. W. Morrison and son made
a business.trip to Ocala Friday night.
Mr. A. S. J. Wallace was a visitor
to the Brick City Saturday.
Mrs. S. J. Leak and son and wife
went to Ocala Friday.
Messrs. .I. W. Morrison. R. H.
Cleveland and M. J. M1orrison were
visitors to Ocala Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. Morrison was a visitor
in northwest Calvary Monday even-
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace at-
tended preaching at Shady Sunday
morning. Redbird.
POOR MILK
is oft n ihorlht g io b, rr-ipon:%Ih'l far
an infant'. l.s in w-i,.ht or general
poor Ii-alth. Tit ,;aus. usually is that
the thild hi' xvorr-" They get th"
nouri-h ne;it in h'.: fold and the baby
starves. actut:iil starves. White's
Cr<;!m V.rmiFuce *.xpIs the worms
and no'rri 'h's t'.e chldi, sure and safe.
Price 2:,c rt 'ill druggi-ts.


ELECTRA


The farmers in this section are
appreciating the much needed show-
ers occasionally coming this way.
The Sunday School of this place is
looking forward to a delightful day
at the picnic at Electra school house
next Saturday.
We also hear rumors of the Far-
mers' Union brothers "doing the
thing big" on lth first of July. Guess
they will call on the ladies to do
their part of the entertaining about
12 o'clock.
Mrs. J. P. Riddle is now at home
with her mother. Mrs. J. A. Morse.
The many friends of Miss Sarah
Giles regret to learn of her depar-
ture for the North at an early date.
Mrs. R. 1'. Ifulford was the recip-
ient of a crate of luscious pineapples
from her son. Oswald. of Stewart.
Mrs. Jessie Sellars was remember-
ed in the same way by her son,
Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brant were
visitors to the Brick City Monday.
Miss Emily llalford accompanied
her sister. May, to Ocala Monday, re-
turning Wednesday.
Miss America Pillans, having fin-
ished her school term at Tarpon
Springs. is now at home here.
Miss. May Ilalford returned home
from Ocala Fridlay afternoon.
Mrs. Dixie Evans. of Orlando, is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Pillans.
A few days past we noticed in our
burg Mr. and Mrs. Chas Pillans and
little son. of Terrell. visiting Mr.
Pillans' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Pillans.
Mr. J. M. Edsull. with his famous
canning ,)utfit. put up quite a lot of
tomatoes at Candler and elsewhere
the past week.
Mr. Caldwell and son Wilson.
were in town Wednesday.
Bill Deas and David Sellars leave
for Lake (;erge Monday. where they
will enjoy a few days hunting and
fishing.
LOOKING ONE'S BEST
It's a xvman's ,1, :.:;Iit to look her
best. but ;; ,'. -. -kin '-ruii ti)ns. soreg
and ,.i:; r. 1:'. joy. Listen:
Buckl-n's .\rrnic Sialve urrs them:


d Symptom 80 La .
e wman who bhas periodical Miss Irene Gates returned easlt-
aehes, backache. sees imaginary dark urday from a very pleasat visit ao
%pots or fCoating or dancing before several weeks with friends I Web-
her eyes, wing distress or heavy ster.
fal feeling stomach, ftaint spells, drag Mr. Melvin Buckley Is at bhoa
ging-dow ang In lower abdo~uinsl at from DeLand. where he has beem a
pelvic easily startled or excited, student at the Stetson Uaiversity.
reg. ror painful periods,wtth or with- Mrs. Carry B. Gates is at Miami,
eat ca k, is suffering from where it is probable she may remain
wetakn xsand erngementsthatshould'
have y a nton. Not all of above some time following her profeemto
sympto likely to be print lany of music teacher.
ca7e at ime. Dr. spaniel S. Chase. one of the
Negl or badly treated and such pioneer settlers of South Lake Weir,
causesf run into maladies which de- died in Medford, Mass., where he
ma sarSo's knife If they do not had made his home for the past few
et s h h n years. on June 3d. after a short Ill-
SniI l !ness of pneumonia, aged 90 yeas
Sas ri. Dr. Chase was one of the original
om in iassue a sta homesteaders here and ome of the
pg- ea ISj~ of '11first to engage in the culture of or-
o nrar-t ranges and lemons. Few men were
STe very best ngredien better known in Marloo county, as
known to eicalscience for the cure of he always took an active interest in
woman's peculiar ailments enter into its all public affairs. He leaves a widow
composition. No alcohol, harmful, or and two sons. all in Maachusetts,
habit-formingdrug is to be found in 1theand a sister, Mrs. C. L. Porter, of
list of its ingredients printed on each Watsonville, Cal.
bottle-wrapper and attested nnder oath. ; Jn 1 w-
In any condition of the femie system, Friday. June llth, was the eighty-
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription can do fifth anniversary of the birth of Rev.
only good-never harm. Its whole effect' Lawrence Jones. and quite a number
Is to strengthen, invigorate and regulate of the older residents of the place
tbe whole female systm and especially called in an informal way to pay
the pelvic organs. When these are de. their respects. Delicious cake, lee
ranged in function or affected by disease, I r p ecous cake, e
the stomach and other organs of digestion cream. tea and fruit punch was serv-
become sympathetically deranged, the ed on the veranda to the guests,
nerves am weakened, and a long list ot whose ages averaged a fraction over
bad, unpleasant symptoms follow. Too sixty-one years.
much must not be expected of this Fa- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Upham are
orite Prscription.* it will not perform spending the week in St. Petersburg.
miracles- will not cure tumors-no moed-
Icle wilL It wit often prevent them. I Mrs. Richard M. Carter. and her
taken in time, and thus the operating two children and her brother, Mr.
table and the surgeon's knife may be Louis Alvorson, who have been
avoided. guests of Mr. S. D. Carter for several
Women safferin from diseases of long weeks. returned to their home In
sanding, are invited to consult Doctor wenas reunedtur meI
Pierce by leter.frce. All correspondence Fernandina on Saturday.
Is held as strictly private and sacredly Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Miller and
confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pirea, their son and daughter and a lady
Buffalo. N. Y. friend, all of Orlando, but former
Dr. Pierce'sMedical Advier(1000pages) residents here, were callers at the
Is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent Pleasant Hills House the past week,
m"1orth- -mcy. AvrmN Is sa coming up from Orlando in their
fine Cadillac touring car.
The regular meeting of the Lake
IAKE WEIR Weir W. C. T. U. will be postponed
until Thursday. June 24th, when the
Dr. H. W. Henry left last week second anniversary of the union will
for Hot Springs and Lexington, Va.. be observed by a social at the
on a three weeks visit and much! church, further of which will be an-
needed rest. nounced by pastors. * *
Xtvd T --:-a rmifk n"A 'W.fo nf


3 ir. Liucian im it i an wi oUI
Tampa, spent last week with Mr.
Clarence Smith and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ball and children
and friend. Mrs. Leslie, of Tampa,
are visiting at the Carney and Chris-
tian cottage.
Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Smith will
leave for Indian Springs. Ga.. and
points in Sou'h Carolina next Thurs-
day.
A STEADY DRAIN
Sick Kidneys Weaken the Whole Body.
Make You III, Languid and
Depressed
Sick kidneys weaken the body
through the continual drainage of life-
giving albume-n from the blood into
the urine, and the substitution of
poisonous uric acid that goes board-
cast through the system, sowing the
seeds of disease. Ios.s of albumen
causes weakness, la:nguor. depression.
Urie poisoning (causes rehunadic lpain.
n.-rvousness, nmiusea. cricks in the
back. gravel and kiitny t,'ncs. The
proper treatminnt is a kidney tr.eat-
ment, and the best remndy is Duan's
Kidney Pills.
Oscar Ost'orman, living in Starke,
Fla.. -ay: "'1 give Do;at,'s Kidney Pills
my hih>st recommendation. ns th<-y
proved of more benefit to me than any-
tliin I ihadl previoiusly n.'t-d T suf-
fer.id from kidne-y troulol, for ,ome
timn.. The, kidney secretions were too
frequiient in action. andl I was forced to
arise from six to eight times during
the night on thin account. I also suf-
fertd from backache, and was bothered
by a pain through my loins. None of
th.l rein.-dios I usetd gave me the dul-
sir' d relief until I procured Doan's
Kidney Pills They soon helped me and
by the time I had taken the contents of
two boxes, the backache and pains had
entirely passed away. The action of
the kidney scrt-tions snon became
regular, and as a result I did not hav.
to arise during the niizht aQ formerly.
I now feel fifty per cent. better than
before in a long time and cannot praise
Dean's Kidney Pills too highly.'"
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydlitg, & ('o.'s
drug store and ask what their custu-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price o50
cents. Fostor-AMilburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
State.
Remember the name-Doan'--and
take no other.
COW AND CALF SALE
A good gentle milch cow with young
heifer calf, for sale cheap. E. C.




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Signature of kBoo

The Ocala News Co. are agents for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
can fit you. Give us a trial.

R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms if desired.
REXALL


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.




FRI FY'
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STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
by indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $200 worth of medicine In
vain. B. P. Ayscue. of Ingleside. N. C,
at last used Dr. King's New Life PIlL.
and writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure constipation, billoumseae
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-
gists.
SU.MMERFIELD
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis had as
their guest last week their cousin, a
very charming young lady, Miss An-
nie Fleming, from North Alabama;
also a short but pleasant visit from
little Isabel's music teacher, Miss
Grey, of Wildwood.
Mrs. J. A. Mitchell left for her
home in Bradentown last Wednes-
(lay, having spent several weeks with
Mrs. J. W. Davis and Mrs. A. D.
Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell has many
staunch friends in Summerfleld, who
always regret her departure.
Mrs. Newsom. of Ocala, has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mayo for the
past week, but returned home Mon-
day.
Mrs. .Tohn Potter is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Perry, of Pe-
dro. spent Tuesday with their
daughter. Mrs. Fransis Daughtry.
Little Henrietta Perry spent last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Daughtry.

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 gourd
andi 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.
TEACHER'S SUMMER
TRAINING SCHOOL
Teacher's summer training schools,
beginning on Monday, June 28th. 19f9,
and continuing for a term of six weeks,
will be conducted at Gainsville and Tal-
lahassee for white teachers, and at the
colored normal school at Tallabasse
for colored teachers.
These schools will be co-educational.
Tuition will be free, and board can be
had at a normal figure.
The legislature of 1909 did not make
an appropriation for defraying the
traveling expenses of teaches in at-
t quently. those who attend will have to
pay their own transportation. How-
ever, an effort will be made by the
state superintendent of public lnstruct-
ion to secure a one-third fare for the
return trip.
The instructors for the white schools,
who are specialists in their respective
lines, will be selected from among the
principals of the senior high schools
and the leading colleges and unlver-
iti,.s of the state.
The corps of instructors for the col-
ored teacher's summer normal train-
ing school will be the best that can be
had for the character of work to be
done.
In addition to the professional train-
ing offered by each summer school, an
opportunity will be given those in at-
t-endanc,- to prepare for any grade of
certificate authorized under the law.
After the close of the term, beginning
on Monday. August 9th. In Gainesville
and Tallahassee, examinations will be
even applicants for state, primary
and special certificates.
For information concerning the
white school at Tallahassee, write to
Dr. Edward Conradi, principal, Talla-
hassee. Florida.
For information concerning the col-
ored school, write Prof. N. B. Young.
prinelpal. Tallahassee, Fiorida.
Very respectfully yours.
J. H. Brinson, Supt.


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