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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 18, 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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Volume ID: VID03196
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 18, I1S.


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^FIRT CHOICE MUSHROOMS,
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for weddings, receptions, dinners
sad all social functions should ab-
solately conform to the demands of
etiquette la style of paper and en-
graving. By leaving your orders
with us these and all other Impor-
tant details will be faithfully and
correctly carried out. We do the
best work at very low prices.
OCAIA NEWS COMPANY


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Resident Agent.


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A Leading Merchant Charters SeaN
Ships and Invites the Seuthern
Business Men to Visit
that City
Baltimore, June 18.-As a means of
expanding the trade of Baltimore. Ja-
cob Epstein, of the Baltimore Bargain
House has chartered the passenger
accommodations of seven of the Mer-
chants & Miners' Transportation com-
pany steamers coming from Jackson-
ville and Savannah. and will bring at
his expense 700 Southern merchants to
Baltimore. The first boat, the Mer-
rimack, left for Jacksonville yester-
day, and the others will follow w-ek-
ly.
This is one of the most ambitious
* e se-e4 -**as ever been made to es-
tablish greater prestige for BaltimOre
as the market place of the outh. The
merchants will have the opportunity
of comparing Baltiqbre's advantages
with other cities.
Mr. 1estein has extended Invitations
to merchants nl all parts of Florida
and Georgia and his Idea is to cement
the mercantile friendship of those
states to Maryland. The invitations
are bel.g accepted by the best class
of merchants in these states, and the
result of the plan Is looked forward to
with great interest.
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
remedleirbut 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. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free,
guaranteed by all druggists.
ATTRACTED CLOSE ATTENTION
Taf's Mqage en Inoeme and Cor-
peratien Tax Made the Senate Sit
Up and TaMs Netioe
Washington, D. C.. June 18.-The
message of President Taft recommend-
ing the Incorporation of a provision In
the tariff bill for the taxing of the
earnings of corporations and the
adoption of a resolution looking to an
amendment to the constitution so as
to permit the levying of an income
tax without interference from the
courts which was received by the sen-
ate yesterday, was generally regarded
by senators of such transcendent im-
portance as to place in the shale all
questions pertaining strictly to the
schedules of the tariff bill. The mes-
sage was received early in the after-
noon and after brief discussion on the
method*of procedure, was referred to
the committee on finance.
There was a full senate present and
the document was accorded the most
careful attention from all senators.
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 ki-ney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced it enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised an t.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 com-
plaint." Bold by all draggists.
CENTRAL RAILWAY SOLD
Famous Georgia System Added to
Hamrmen's Trsitpor*ation
Empire
New York. June 15.-The sale of the
Central of Georgia Railway to the
Illinois Central Railway, carrylIng out
planmt forecasted more than a year ago
was announced yesterday. The price
paid by Mr. Harriman for the stock.
to the par value of $5,000,000 It was
stated was $300,000 or at the rate of
8$0 per share.
The transfer of the Central of Geor-
gia carries with it the control of two
steamship lines, one from Savannah
to New York, and the other from Ba-


vannah to Boston, operated by the
Ocean Steamship Company. The Cen-
tral of Georgia operates a little over
1,900 miles of road. Its system touches
that of the Illinois Central at Bir-
mingham, Ala.
THE BIG HEAD
is of two kinds-coneeit 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 ina 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.


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Rash Act of a Bump6eus Russiia
Offeer May Get His Country
Into Trouble
Viborg, Finland. June 15.-A British
steamer has been fired upon by a Rus-
sian torpedo boat for approaching too
close to the bay on the Finnish coast,
where Emperor Nicholas and Emperor
William met yesterday.
The British steamer in question is
the Northburg. She was balled and
fired upon last night. The projectile
from the torpedo boat pierced a steam
pipe and one member of the crew of
the English vessel was wounded.
English are Indignant
London. June 18.-The news that a
Russian gunboat had fired on a Brit-
ish vessel has aroused great indigna-
tion here and excitement is running
high. An apology will be demanded
from the Russian government for
what is considered an insult to the
British flag. The firing on the North-
burg Is the topic of conversation all
over the city.
LAME BACK
This Is one of the most common
forms of muscular rheumatism. It
attacks the muscles In the small of
the back. It often comes on sudden-
ly and is so severe that the body can
be moved only with great pain. Keep
as quiet as possible, as every move-
meat of the body aggravates the dis-
ease. Massage the affected parts
with Chamberlain's Lniment three
times a day until the pain, soraneas
and stiffness have entirely disappear-
ed. It Is prompt and effectual. 5

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oK a French Fishing Vessel
North Sydney, C. B, June 1L-Word*
was received here yesterday of a clash
between the Gloucester. Mass. fishing
schooner 'Senator Gardner, and a
Prench steam trawler off Cuero bank. 3
The captain of the American vessel.
according to reports of other captains
fired on the Frenchman with a rifle.
The steam trawler's rail was splin-
tered by the shot, but otherwise the
damage is believed to have been small.
No person was injured so far as is
known.
The incident is supposed here to:
have been the outcome of a long
standing antagonism between the
steam trawlers and hand line fisher-
men.
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, biliousness,
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-
gists.
FIRE AT DOWLING PARK
Big Hotel and Three Cottages Were
Destroyed
Live Oak. June 18.-A destructive
fire visited the little city of Dowling
Park Tuesday evening, claiming for
Its fuel the large, commodious hotel
situated Just across the Suwannee
river in Horse Shoe bend. In connec-
tion with the hotel, three cottages and
the bathing pool were destroyed.
The loss is estimated at from $12,-
000 to $15.000, which is only partly
covered by insurance. The fire broke
out in the upper floor in a spare room,
and was not discovered until it war,
too late to save but little of the hotel
furnishings. The hotel was under the
management of C. B. Willard, former-
ly of this place, and a number of peo-
ple were visiting the springs.
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
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B. T. WASHINGTON IN CLOVER
Norfolk. Va.. June 18.-Booker T.
Washington, the negro educator, car-
rying out the plans of the late H. H.
Rogers, will on Monday next begin a
tour of the Virginian Railroad. speak-
ing and investigating the conditions -
of the negro race along that system .|
from Norfolk to Deepwater, W. Vs.. a
distance of over 400 miles. Washing-
ton will travel by special train pro-
vided by the Virginian Railroad, con-
sisting of engine, buffet and living
cars. He will speak to white people
in Norfolk and next to negroes at Pine
Beach, who will tender him a banquet.
RICH MEN'S GIFTS ARE POOR
beside this: "I want to go on record
as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
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has made to woman," writes Mrs. 0.
Rhinevault, of Vestal Center, N. Y..
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- ~*1~~ SSALA VU..t4IKG STAR, FRIbAY, JUNE IS, INS


'US r VSAY'S SESION sIfry lmtimated there was a con-
i t-t aisoilsey a.last hin in Gainesville. and
ggV ClmSe Work made some statements to show there
f thir AmmI S was considerable feeling against him
by several dentists of that city, that
oTeo tay atet01M0B M1 0 of the was decidedly unethical. The pro-
diala Mis Vtl W tse up i the eeediIgs and remarks of those that
*mN3InS eoft the S0o1oWaf ques- pressed the question of expulsion
Uls. Then are over' a hundred showed feeling and bias against the
Smm os tmh roB. but omly abent half accused. The ruling of the chair also
l nam b erdFd. showed he permitted Dr. Waldo's ac-
New makers we called for, but cmsers to say things as personal, which
the eemmittee reported later, showing das denied Dr. Waldo.
tht ew members had Joined, all Dr. Blalock was in favor of giving
Of whom had taken tie recent emSRl- Dr. Waldo a square deal and so was
ntles. I this class there were 29 the venerable Dr. Hanna of Umatilla.
eoasteetI for certlfcatee to practice and York of Live Oak. but outside of
detletry and all passed but three, these there seemed to be a disposition
IThe e110 the report on the prel- to have him move on, and he moved.
dent's adrns sad the things he Nre- Dr. Young. who was chairman of
ommededs sad MepeetalW that part the committee In the Dr. Waldo case.
which referred to advertisig or pub- said that different matters that had
Ielty. The teaor of the report was been Introduced In the case before the
diapproval of that part of the pre"- committee had in no way influenced
de=rs addre whiaN spoke of public- bhis decision and it was purely on the
Ity Or adverting. The main argu- strength of the ad. Dr. Waldo admitted
m* t for thi dbspprovTl seemed to he had inserted In the Gainesville Sun
Oeme from the fact that it was not la that caused him to decide against him.
seeerdaI e with their ethics. It was The vote was almost unanimous for
largely disead. Thoen who took Dr. Waldo's expulsion.
part I the dieussln were Dr. J. .X Then came the expulsion of Dr.
Chase, Ocaals Dr. Maso, T mpsa and Hicks, also for unprofessional adver-
Dr. Klamp KEY West. the lt Of tising. This man was suspended for
whoma lvTed giving the public all the a year, because he too, had advertised
Mew Mads, theghtsa au accomplish- and during the year of his suspension
meats of the profassion and espeltly he continued to advertise, and so he
did he favor publicity so far as giv- was expelled.
IM l formation to children b how to This ended the evening session. This
take care of their teeth, but depre- morning the association indulged In
heated the word and thought, advertle- clinics.
le. as agant profe6eonal ethics. The dentists were busily this morn-
Dr. York of Live Oak. was for pub- Iag In the Ocala House courtyard
lelty. It was the only way to con- demonstrating laboratory clinics. The
trovert the etbet of those advertising following took part In the work:
alveolar dentistry. Dr. J. E. Cace., of Ocala. demon-
Dr. Dock ain he was tired trying to strated investment holder, instrument
answer that question, and something sharpener, modification of Herbst
should be done to counteract Its effect, matrix.
Dr. Toung, t fIt. Augustine, joking- Dr. P. E. Buck, Jacksonville, Isideo
y said, "Ask Mr. fster.," and then platinum clasp and bar attachment,
gave a sensibe talk on publicity, with cast clasp; also modified Rich-
Dr. Chase Mid the question was man crowd;
bow to accomplsh this and yet re- Dr. N. L. Nance, casting without a
main within their ethics. He thought machine and practical posterior crowd.
a press eomutittee could do good Dr. W. A. Dean, Tampa, cavity prep-
work under-the direction of the asso- aration for amalgam plaster carving.
elation. Dr. W. G. Mason, Tampa. vulcanixa-
Dr. roster of Atlanta, Ga.. said an ble gutta perch and aluminum lining;
educational committee of the dental modification of the Jackson crib.
assoelatio of his state has done a Dr. F. C. Latham, Tampa, cast base
good work la playing the work of the for vulcanite attachment.
dentists of the state properly before Dr. W. G. Hall, Pensacola. combina-
the public. He said all reputable den-. tion of cement and amalgam filling in
tal colleges taught from formulas and non-retentive cavities; ripening buc-
-dlcarded quacks and nostrums. col cusp In vital teeth.
Dr. Jewett told a very amusing story
to Illustrate his subject, entitled the DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
darkey's bear story. The darkey was
picking strawberries, when a bear ap- by local applications, as they cannot
pmmd. The negro fled Int dismay, and reach the diseased portion of the ear.
when he was about to be caught he There is only one way to curedeaf-
eme to a stream frozen over and o.- ieSs, and that Ia by constitutional
er this he lid. The bear attempting remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
to follow, broke through the ice and Inflamed condition of the muceuous
was drowned. Now, said the ques- lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
toner, who knew the darkey to be a this tube is Inflamed you have a rum-
borns larlate, PHow was It possible bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
to pick strawberries and have lee the when it is entirely closed, deafness 's
same moath?' "Oh." amid the colored the result, and unless the Inflamma-
Indlvidual, the period of time he cov- tion can be taken out and this tube
erd extended from May to December. restored to its normal condition, hear-
SO with the sjestrp vender. All sea" Ing will be destroyed forever; nine
smes were theirs. cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
Prode" t Nanee replied and in his which is nothing but In Inflamed con-
anewar well sustained the recommen- edition of the mucuous surfaces.
dations of his address. but the assoJ We will give One Hundred Dollars
elation voted to aeeept the committee for any case of deafness (caused by
report. catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Them caneM the treasurer's report. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
showlag $SSW had been collected and lars. free.
$SM.N expended. His report was re- P* J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
terred to the finance committee. Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
The committee on ethics was ab- Pamily Pills for constipation.
sent nd a new one was appointed by
the charP, consistaig df Drs. Welsh. The closing of the most of the stores
Tork and Blalock. yesterday gave Ocala a holiday appear.
The secretary, Dr. Dostler Leitner, of ance. Of course the clerks greatly ap-
Bartow, read the report of the doings precdated the freedom.
of the last meeting at Tampa. It was
Sccepted and approved. A doctor Colds that hang on weaken the con-
present said It was the best report ev- stltutlon and develop into consump-
r subemltted to that body. tion. Foley's Honey and Tar cures
Dr. York of lve Oak. said the mat- persistent colds that refuse to yield -t
tor eot prliilit was such an Import-*Jther treatment. Do not experiment
ant question that he desired to again with untried remidles as delay ml
brTing the matter before the aNocla- result In your cold settling on you'
tiom and movA a committee of five lungs. Sold by all druggists.
be appoelated to take this question In
bad.. He would accept any amend- R E X A L L
mst er sggestion, to make It a press ,
comltte. .
Dr. Chase, of Ocala, thought It
scarely ernme within the scope of the
report of tihe committee oa the presi- /.I
Dr. Butler thought It would be a I
uodd Idea to get the leaflets 6on the | -- T I
ahbliet leIued by the National Dental jl-
Amssootion, which could be had for


hatf cent a copy. They would do
spleMid service, and here the ques-
tin wVa droppedL
At the request of Dr. Barnett, Dr.
3t1e. Palatika, Dr. A. T. IStevens and
Dr. A. J. Smash whoe because of their
advamed years had retired from prac-
ties be put on their honorary roll, and
It was donm.
Nine use',were dropped for non- -
paymnt' of duea. Association then
ad fnedo the eight session.
wit Dr.-Kemp ot Key West, mid
In b clo address In his reply to THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSEi
Swe sve cocluded our Is- and taste as sweet That's why Sehles
ber and closed our sessions and tak- gear's and Lowney's Candles In hal
en our departure, I trust that our as- and pound boxes are so popular. Pun
aseation will have been so pleasant, confections them; flavor daenlo ON
t ape yer s da so con fectionery s tree from adultem
dti Vy wU be ~al than ever tiol. It s wholesome and healthful
adm that you '(Bala)ek within your Dvery kind of confectionery her
heartskidly feeling a" remembrance rulits, Cold Drinks, Cigars and News
of thee ofuas. whom you may meet
and that tul keep on a Chaee' Im
ftr aG IA namual meetingl of the AT A A D
rit ate ent Society." __AT BALLARD'S
Lta b- 1% meeting of the dentists --
was vtowd almost entirely to oral
-urw bt efore gottg Into this
hiet the aMociation asked Congres
to apoint dentists in the navy.
Dr. C. & Barnett of Arcadia, read
the st paper e oral surgery, whleh
fwas nat mly interesting ad instruct-
Ive, bI won tihe eommundatlou of the
Onlim mnfor Its admirable features.
Be id detlsts were not assertive
mems o this part of their profession,
that wt as their business to know
more the mouth than any of those
who ssd surgery or the general
piat Ne. He aid that a third of
the MB eo cancer originated na the
mauth *Mnd ee and tf taken notice of
in ti, emdl hbe seatly overcome.
Thi tabl paper was Interestingly
Ntie-Ma hr Dr. Anderson, Dr. Dris- _.


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A local ball game was played yes-
terday afternoon at the baseball park.
between the employes of the H. B.
Masters Co. and Messrs. Mclver &
MacKay. Quite a good crowd was
present, including a number of ladies.
The M. & M's. won with a score of
13 to 11. Mr. Judd. bookkeeper for
Mclver & MacKay. pitched and did
some long stunts, while Mr. Howard
Walters pitched for the H. B. M's.
IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis, Mo.
WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. June 18.-Showers to-
night or Saturday.
THE 11BEST PASTOR
A piece of flannel with tapes at-
tach"d for holding It In position,
slighuy dampened with Chamber-
lain's Liniment and bound on over the
seat of pain la superior to any plas-
ter. *
Claude Haines, formerly "devil" in
the Star office, now foreman of the
Daily News, Fitzgerald, Ga., has tak-
en to himself the missing rib in the
person of Miss Pauline Smith. The
best wishes of the Star go with the
lives of this newly married couple.


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ware Company, Ocala. Fla.


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.

HOME FOR SALE CHEAP
Any one wishing a good home In
Ocala, with very large lot, on easy
terms and at a great bargain, apply
at once to F. W. Ditto.

The young son of Mr. Joe Taylor.
living on the old McIntosh place out
the Blitchton road, came to town on
his horse this morning. In turning
the corner at Masters' store the horse
slipped, fell on the leg of the youth.
and quite seriously bruised it. The
sole of the young man's shoe made
quite a dent In his leg just above the
ankle, where it struck him. Dr. S. H.
Bitch, who was handy, doctored the
young man.

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.
HOUSE FOR RENT
A new seven-room house for rent.
on Daugherty street. Apply to A. G.
Gates.


Mr. L. H. Wells one of the success-
ful and prosperous young truckers
from the Evinston section, was a call-
er in town today and told a Star re-
porter that the truckers of Evinston
had a regular golden Jubilee season.
That all who were in it landed to the
good. He said Evinston, with only a
radius of several miles to draw from.
shipped nearly 100 cars of cabbage and
got $1.50 a crate f. o. b. for all that
was shipped. They had a man who
inspected all cabbage brought to the
packing house, and anything that was
not right up to the standard was put
aside. Result, the Evinston growers


ernoon at her pleasant home on Fort
King avenue, with a thimble party.
The affair was quite informal, as with
thimble and fancy work the occasion
resolved itself into an old fashioned
social in the interchange of ideas that!
the day suggested.
Miss Mary Carlisle graciously re-
ceived the guests, who in turn m-t
Mrs. Ed Carmichael.'who served grape
punch. Mrs. _E. H. Mote invited the
ladies into the parlor, where Mrs. Lee
and her guest, Mrs. Kemp. received.
One of the interesting features of the,
afternoon were the readings of Mrs.
Frank Wetherlee, who is quite an ar-
tist along that line. The guests of thel
occasion were .Mesdames C. F. Kemp.
E. H. Mote. Ed Carmichael. L. W. Du-
val. Will Knight. L. F. Blahlock. P. G.
B. Weihe, G. R. McKean. W. M. Coin.
C. L. Bittinger. D. M. Smith. Miss-
Josie Williams and Miss Mary Car-!
lisle and Mrs. R. S. Hall.
The ladies were becomingly gowned.1
the rooms tastefully and attractively
decorated, the punch good, the fakes i
fine and altogether it proved a very'
enjoyable afternoon to all present a .1
Mrs. Lee proved an accomplished hos-'
tess and her guest Mrs. Kemp. a iovely
lady.


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SKfiA inBo!n THE DENTISTS IN OCALA
The names and addresses of the
:doctors of dental surgery who are in'
'attendance at the Ocala meeting arei
Tou give your home bank your busi- as follows: i
nes and receive in return your share R. D. Fuller. Ocala; S. A. Hussey.
of the community's benefit, besides Newberry; A. J. Hannah. Umatilla; F.
Immediate and direct personal service B. Hannah. Umatilla. F. B. Hannah.'
from the bank. Jr., Leesburg; W. H. Hall. Pensaeo'a:
An intelligently managed bank is a W. Jackson. Lakeland: C'. F Kemp.
decided benefit to the community., Key West. Dozit-r Leitntir. Bartt,,w;
Each individual man and woman is D R. Lide,. Tarpon Springs; F. C.
better off for the bank's existence. Latham. Tampa; D. W. Morris. Gaine.o-
This is what the bank does: ville: R. H. Mac,.y. West Palm Beath:
Keeps money safely. W. G. Mason. Tampa: C. Ih Nan'e.,
Money is made more productive. Tampa: S. MI. Owens. Umalilla: A. H.,
The people receive most of the ben-I Phillip. St. Augustine: W. R. Snead.
efits. Jacksonvill*-; G. B. Tyson. Gainesville;
Each man's business, given to his J. H. Aldermon. Gainesvill. ; S. W. A1-
home bank. adds just that much more: len. Tampa; R. L Anderson, Plant
to the advantage of the community In City; T. M. Allen, Tampa; L F. Bla-!
general. When the farmer is able to lock. 4Oala; D. G. Barnett. Arcadia;
secure capital to advance his interests F. E. Buck, Gainesville. J. E. C'hace.
the people are benefited. When theI O(ala: Jas. A. Charles. Jaek.onviile:
business man Is able to get funds to B. F. Cowart. Tampa; C. '. Collins,
carry on his business the people again I Atlanta; L. Colson. St. Petersburg: L.
are benefited. T. Daniel. Cocoa: J. W. Dorsey. Pa-;
This bank aids all classes, and by so' latka; W. A. Dan. Tampa: A. S.
doing is a benefit to the entire com- York, Live Oak: Gi-o. D. Young, St.
munity. Whatever business you give Augustine.
the bank helps your business and the
business of the community. The bet- MRS. LEE ENTERTAINS
ter the condition of the community. MRS LEE ENTERTAINS
the better it is for you individually. Mrs H. 1. Lee entertained Mrs. C.
Think this over. Mrs. H. Lee entertained Mrs. C..
F ts o West. td i ft-


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Lard is made from hog-iat; its origin is the pig-sty. It mae
foodgreas indigstible and dangerous.
Gotbkxtoe from the cotton fields of &a SunhyS
basis is the purest iwfiled cottmonseed oil -
It is pure, healthful, and makes digestible, nourishing ed

It is the ust and best frying and shortenng medium
to man cture. Once get m the habit of usig a nd
will never let lard enter your kitehPm again.
Wherever exhibited in comptii with other coking fats,
Co/olee has always been granted highest awards


COTTOLENE Is Guarant-ed 7 ,e"Of
money in case you am not pleased after aving giveM- a ti.

Never Sold in Bulk s i pef wt an as,
some, and prevent it from catching dust 3 abbi sg lndIs abl
odors, such as fish, oil, etc.

Cook Book FnreeeporPa 2c ,topp w, ma
you our ewP PD COOK BOOK"
edited and compiled by Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln, the famous Food Expect,
and containing nearly 300 valuable cipes.


Made only by THE N. K. PAIRBANK COMPANY, Cdewo Chs"[

"Nature's Gift from the Sunny South"


ST. JOSEPHS ACADEMY


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LORETTO, (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.


Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the Sisters of St Joseph. Young
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical. Intel-
lectual. Moral and. Social Lines. Healthy Location, Magnificent Swimming
Pool. Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms. Dormitories, Dining Hall and
Recreation Rooms.


Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
A BIRTHDAY SOCIAL
The home of Mr. rs. St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida *
The home of Mr. c.td Mrs. L sli^ I -
Booher on South Orange avenue was
the scene of a -ht-lightiul occasion on.
last evening. The honors were Mrs.1
Joe Rifenhurg. M-s. Pooher's sist r-
in-law, Miss Helen Park and Mr.i
Frank L. Booher.
The broad verandas were lighted
with Japanese lanterns and decorated 400
with numerous beautiful flowers, and
the parlors were also tastily decorated
for the occasion. The young people
enjoyed various games untik a late
hour, when they were inviti-l ut" the
dining room, where refreslnimnts wi re ,. o
served.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. /
Joe Rife-nburg. Mr. anl! Mrs. Jams,.
Paramore. Mrs. Fort. Mrs. Paramore.,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Booher. Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Park, M.isses Lucile and
Helen Park, little Misses Ruth and
Gladys Park, Masters Elm,-r and Roh-
bile Park. Mr. V. W. H ,utt.rs. Mr. Les-
te-r Marsh. 1Misses Frank and Eug.i-
Booder.
The honorees and th'.ir invited
guests were certainly most royally en-
tertained, and the former w,'r- the
happy recipients of many beautiful and .
useful presents.


38l 2! PW gS VWe have a complete stock of all kinds of Carpenters' Tools of the highest grades.
69ii8io 5 ru S Also tools for workmen in most of the other trades. Our goods are all first-claWs,
made from guaranteed," and will be a good investment. Come in and look over the stock; you

JELL-0 will find what you want, and at reasonable pries.


Powder i

an thep The Marion Hardware Co.
lug m.!;' u.ilulI, ft ;rn starch. l i-
d,:, : i. stir thiin .- H. B. CLARKSON, General Manager. OCALA FLA
111i" l.) fl!,.,..g .trl Cof 1ing milk and
v, -.; 11, i ul0 ic,'.tly thii0 k. t;u:tlly fli na n
0on= 14) two mi ::VS. Strve w ith mi!k,
tr,'am R r :nr.y .- i nd.I n2e sauce. 'I e
-,.-li.:: .. avr: ir,,diti, .:-w- SHOOTING ON SIGHT -1 '
re.cs r auiv sin..'il ir-.7 *
Sir a pac.gcf Jel'-O Ic Cream A Three-Cornered Pistol Battle with I
Ponwd r into a quart of milk ai>I Fatal Results Near Lakeland
Sna!ie tew quarts ds fh e ice cream at I.akuland. Fla.. June 18.-A duel took
.one ce:t a dish. ]a( *M y. a estrday at Carters, a small TR
Illusrat0'n l &ri. e wjkk Free. .station near her. between A. J. Jonas. I T Y I
;e;GccBS]eratrceadCo.,LeRBoy,N.Y. supi-rintend.nt -f the t'arter Manufac- JOITBO-ON CGLINGIER Q.D.CLUNCII9R
tringl (',tvany-'s mills and Clyde 0*
I I arter. Sa Ly r. Carter Is in a dying
S -- -ndition. on. shot passing through his
Shead and another through- his body.
R FULLER, Jnas is sri.usly wounded, but may WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FISK TIRES, AS
i cover, a hall having struck him in
DENTAL SURGEON th, collarbone, passing through the WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. AUTO
nock.
OfMee Over Munroe & Chambliss'1 The sulwrintendent, it is alleged, has REPAIRING AND T E VULCANIZING NE
Bank. I bt -n attempting to break up gambl- PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICCS.
OCALA, - FLORIDA ing about th, mill and Carter. it is
TERMS. CASH. said, resent.l his interference. The
men me-t in the commissary and both
-- began firing. A companion of Carter's. OCALA IRO WORKS OCALA FLA.
Fred Jones. is in jail charged with fir-
L. F. BLALOCK ing tht shot that struck Jonas. Carter
is a memb-r of a prominent Georgia
ftDe.l Surgeon fathr having been a can-
,iDenta Surgeon >it.l.t. f..:" gv,-rnor of that state. A, _

one21 RAGSwANTED FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Clan cotton rags wanted for clean-
Office hours: 0 to 12 a. nt 1 to ing machinery and wiping presses. Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
5 p.m. ,pay five c.nts per pourd. Apply at the Muttn, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
TERMS, CASH. Itar office.
_R_ ,__S._, Saisage, Cabbage, Rutabaga Turnips, Beets.
HAY FOR SALE Sweet Potatoes. Irish Potatoes, Spanish Oniow
J. E. HACE qa!t, put up In neat bales. W P E D W A R D S
T i L UI RGI=rC N Also good pasturage for a few cattle.
O I L 8UR G CN Palmetto Park Farm. 'phone 27A. or Phone 108 City Market
Rooms 9. 10 and 11. Z. C. Chambliss, 'phone 18. 2td .. ..


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EFLORIDA CONCRETE AND PAY

We are preplyd to fill your orders for c
work, of whatever kind.
L Manufacturers of cement brick, building Ib
hexagon and octagon blocks, and all kinds o
ing material. We employ killed workmen
our motto ia "to please."
Temporary quarters, phone 256.


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WHAT A BANK D(

There are many vays in which it serves
S public, but the one now most valuable,
hape, is to help with loans. We will meet
needs of oownervative borrowers.

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NUSE FURNISHINGS ALL I


Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Gamble of
Wildwood. are at the Ocala House.
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
altie Bouansa.
The Montesuma Hotel had 30 arri-
vals yesterday.


Edwar3" o r-..t msui-.rkt diil
I p. m. on Thursdays.


close at


There were 35 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
care child and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. L. L. Wimberly of Santa Fe. is
at the Montezuma.
Hudnut's Dentalexe Tooth Powder.
just in at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Jas D. Stewart of Jacksonville.
is at the Montezuma.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion.
at the Court Pharmacy.


Mr. J. W. Kennedy of Eustis is at
the Montesuna.
16 CA ('Charley Cleveland is doing typewrit-
SIng in County Supt. Brinson'.s office.
A new line of popular priced books
!ement Just In at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. W. J. Grimes of Macon is among
lOcks, last night's arrivals at the Montezuma.
Of paVy Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
n and tie Bonanza.
Mr. R. J. Knight of Crystal River is
at the Montezuma.

M G R. F 5 or des W will cure any case
"of (Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. C. R. Poole of Macon. is at the
^ Montezuma.
)E Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fEver. 25 cents.
the ,. T. Nelson of Coleman. is at the
per- Montezuma.
the
REXA. L
Harry Walters had the misfortune
ankto sprain his ankle at the baseball
all& game yesterday.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co
m4s, C(ai.'d general agents.
Mr. J. M. Shaw, a well known Wild-
wood citizen, is a guest of the Mon-
tezumn.
SIf you shave yourself, call at the
Er Court Pharmacy and ask to see the
new safety razor.
Will Marlow and family will leave
tomorrow for West Florida where
they will spend their vacation.
When in need of stationery go to a
K stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
STOG only stationery store in Ocala.
Dr. S. H. Blitch was called to Mar-
tel this morning to confer with Dr.
Veal in the case of a patient there.
The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and invites
your Inspection.
Messrs. 0. W. Franklin and L. H.
Willis of Evinston, are among the ar-

KINDS rivals at the Ocala House.


IR C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each: 87.50 per dozen.


T -oi me HI CMeui FlrUs S CDWI- Mrs. D. B. Morrison and Mr. and
'l hm e e '. Carrt id- a Thm msft Laut I Mrs. H. W. McMillan of Morriston.
IFEot s" N W b e S J are guests of the Ocala House today.
W- V7e hlav the nicest line of hair
VWB EftA N 'W" brushes, combs and other toilet artl-
m aerks a Cmpklek I e el Billers asd Shell ces in the city. Tydings & Co.
lW CyinlMO W.U.. b--S, IT eSS. S S, i Mrs. Archie Mclver returned yester-
S-. -- day from Irvine, where she visited her
lk .-S d d prm, fore yasister, Mrs. John L. Davis.
i y t Tw eeFIiyJ REXALL

The Ocala Gas Engine Works will
Shave another carload of Buicks here
01E VER 4w MA G A ndayrdao Buw
Anti-German-the ideal disinfectant.
The Court Pharmacy can supply you
OcaniaFlorida with this elegant preparation when in

SMessrs. R. E. Yonge & Son will soon
have another carload of Maxwell run-

K N I H TL A NBear ninmind wecarry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's Inks: also
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala
Leading Vehicle Dealers News Company.
Of Central Florida Mclver & MacKay will receive their
of A l. A l l n second carload of Jackson automobiles
in a short while.
s"ef e @ law U M, 31.01M ,cuk 7;ine candies, fresh stock Schles-
ad C N laseuS o aiA Un singer's best. in pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
S it, P0, *Ea W and, A M Iem stand.
aw by i"Wdts em O1 bA blot bM h quo- o Messrs. Geo. D. Young. A. B. Phil-
i l ft ndeWIr, 1 always i ad & KI tvry lips and L. A. Elkins of St. Augustine,
S... are at the Ocala House.
m -. n. m y. a yew ham b ft Dr. and Mrs. L. C(,lson of St. Peters-
'S-, 1 VI J -- *-'. -, burg. are guests of the Ocala House.
They are attending the meeting of the
i flr mi at *f te kailtg aid = ed dentists.
I We have a most exquisite line of
fancy imported china in many dif-
WPK I G HTV w Q LIW N ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
KNIGHT & .ANG Drugstor"
bdi-' .s um FhLMA Jim Howell is making an exhibit of
Alfalfa at the Commercial Bank. It's
II"-- a fine bunch and is the third cutting
A* .----------- -sA-- of the season.


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business. Salary no objecLt. Apply at
the Globe, Ocala, Fla.
FAN BARGAINS
An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
Foley's Honey and Tar Is especially
recommended for chronic throat and
lung troubles and many sufferers from
bronchitis, asthma and consumption
have found comfort and relief, by us-
ing Foley.s Honey and Tar. Sold by
all druggists.
SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
righL Houses painted inside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocala, Fla. ti
HOUSE FOR RENT
For rent an eighat-room residence
well located on South Third street.
Appl) to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph,
at the Montezuma hoteL
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How is that. This is not an auto-
mobile. but one of those new $-inch


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DR. POWERS QUITE SICK
A telegram was received this mora-
ing by Mr. F. E. Harris, from his
daughter, Mrs. W. H. Powers, at Try-
on, N. C.. stating that Dr. Powers was
quite sick and she would bring him
home immediately unless Mrs. Harris
could come to them. Mrs. Harris left
on the 1 o'clock A. C. L. train to be
with he-r son and daughter. They will
mor.- than likely bring Dr. Powers
horne. Ocala has never had a young
citizen more popular as a man or in
his profession than Dr. Powers, and
the entire community sympathizes
with thle family in his illness, and sin-
cerely hopes that he will soon recover.
CONCERT THIS EVENING
The following program will be ren-
dered by the Metropolitan Band this
evening.
March. "High Pride"-J. C. Heed.
Selection. "The Burgomaster"-Gustav
Luders.
Flower song. "Hearts and Flowers"-
Theo. M. Tobani.
Medley selection,. "The Black Brigade"
-E. Beyer.
Intermission
March, "Noisy BIlL'
Overture. "Poet and Peasant"-Fr. Von
Suppe.
Fantasia, "Long. Long Ago" (baritone
solo by F. E. Mathews)-H.
Prendiville.
"Bits of Remick's Hits"-J. B. Lampe.
A. E. Gerig, Director.
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 Bfinday, June 27.
One page will contain a complete
write-up of Ocala and Marion county
and 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 isue of the Times-
Union will be a very attractive one
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.

Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those 8-Inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mr. Grace. of Citrus county, and a
member of the late legislature, was In
tie city today.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumer, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company.
Miss Maggie Lytle and little sister
came up from Stanton today to see
their father, who is in the hospital. He
is much improved.
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers In the city than we
carry. Come In and look It over If
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.
Mr..Guy Toph. of the Montesuma
Hotel, is quite ill, having been taken
suddenly last night while on duty at
the desk. He is resting easy this aft-
ernoon.
The opticians. Messrs. James and P.
Roth. of Ihiladelphia. are again in our
city and are registered at the Mon-
tv-zuma. They expect to locate here.

The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are used, which are select-
ed by men of experience.

We' had a pleasant call this morn-
ing from our old time friend. Dr.
James Chace of Jacksonville, but for-
merly a resident in Ocala, but who
now holds a prominent place in his
profession in the metropolis of the
state.
Your prescriptions, when left at the
Court Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us;
we'll call for and deliver your pre-
scriptions.
EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN
WANTED AT THE GLOBE
Wanted, at once, an experienced
drygoods saleswoman. Must know tht


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Insect Dedryer- a D k-1o
Istant Deot@ to bOd Suo Fne,
Rachss, Mosquito and Frim. Do-
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of ImUts. Feil Oders aw Priiiad by
Itsh Use.
In Quarts, Half-O.Gies and Gal

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TEAPOT GROCERY


INCREASE YOUR UGHTS
I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per eent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker. the electric sup-
ply man. 1


.Betw meen -a dm fls
mormlam Condcoter m e, es
S. A. L. wasz r oe &Mao
kiled by his owm tra at D-m
ell a few minls smo 5W Onak
city yesterday afmesm, 61m
shifting sea cars at o"na
his train. Be was en the rear a
the train, which was obo aup
good rate otf speed, whI the air
sprung a Iak. It is thoBtst. tr
thing appehhe U emegsam I
suddenly and ave the traIa sw
jerk that the emaducter was p1
ed headflrt off the earI In alt e
train. The wheels eWar
severing the head eatol ftom
body.
Codnductor mnuel lived INa J
sonvile, where e leaves a wfe
four small ehildfm. Be wa
the best liked men on their ale
City Maralml Dinkias, wse mtl
last few days was seethem hIu
for the Seaheard. says he has a
met a man whom he llked better I
Mr. imanuel.
The unfortwmate conductor we
for a number of years for the I
Coast Railway and was only pm
to conductor am the oamoard a
six months aSg. The rsmains q
shipped to Jacmonville for barl
THE FIRST HOLIDAY GOO0
Mr. Tex Martin ofat the Ocala N
Co, is probably the first Ocala
chant to receive a shipmet ea 1
day goods. Mr. Martin opened t
two large cases of nearly a theo
copies of pretty holiday books el
kinds.


BAND CONCERT TONIGHT


Don't fall to come out tonight and
hear the splendid concert the Metro-
politan Band will give in the open air
from the band staid in hboor of the
visiting dentists in our city.
THE PRIZE MELON
The prize melon of the season as far
as we known is on exhibit at the Mua-
roe & Chambliss Bank. The melon Is
perfect in shape and weighs exactly
7t pounds. It was grown by Mr. L.
Meffert at LowelL Mr. Meffert has
weighed a number this season that
came within -the seventies.
The examining committee of school
teachers' certificates finished their la-
bors yesterday. Those on the com-
mittee were Prof. Herbert Spier, Dua-
nellon, and Misses Nelle Stevens &an
Margaret Taylor, of Ocala. Miss Sarah
McCreery, Ocala, and Mr. T. J. Ander-
son, of Levon, secured first grade cer-
tificates and those in the second grade
are Miss 8se Haycraft, Berln, sad
Mrs. P. H. Perry, Pedra Theas were
10 certificates issued to those la the
third grade. Of the colored teachers.
only five out of seventeen received
third grade certificates and are Bettie
Bagley, Rueben Mtchell, Jessie I
Mitchell, E. C. McCants and aqutla
E. Sharperson.
C. IU Bittinger went over to Electra
this afternoon to tpke in the Sunday
school picnic at that place tomorrow
and make the assembled crowd a talk.
,He will return by eastlake and call oe
his old friend, Judge Wynne. .
Mr. H. Thalgott, the sueeessfl Dos.
nellon baker, was In town yesterday.
He was accompanied by his bright lit-
tUe daughter, Minnie, six years old,
who won two gold medals in her
school term.

Miss Mary Verdery, of Jacksonville.
a very pleasing young ldy who was
the guest of Mrs. G. R. McKean. re-
turned home this noon. She said she
had a delightful time In the Brick
City and regretted to leave the frteads
she made.
REXALL
Mr. .M C. Smith, who spout several
days in Tampa with his partner, Mr.
C. V. Roberts, returned home ye terr
day.
The A. f. Harper Piano Co. has dis-
posed of fou planos-this week. three
to Ocala paroe Mad one to Mr. Ba.-
kin, of Anthosry.
Miss Jean Teague and KMe Adele
Bittinger will return home tomorrow
afternoon from Tampta where the,
were guests of Miss Frmanes Chamb-
ers, a charming young lady, who for-
merly resided in Ocala and was the
schoolmate of those she entertained.
The visiting young ladles had a splea-
did time and heartily enjoyed the so-
ciial attentions paid them.L
Mrs. Salle Bell Croom and little son
Hardy, are on a visit to her brother
and sister. Judge Joseph and Miss
Daisy Bell
REXALL
Mr. J. M. Meffert is a mas who does
things and in proof of this there It a
74-pound watermelon on display at 3&
A. Moses & Bro's. fruit stand, raised
by him.
Hon. . L. Wartmann of CItra, was
in Ocala yesterday afternoon on histo
way to Lake county.
Mr. Ben Rheinauer In In a serious
condition and autoists are requested to
pass around his house. Dr. BUtch was
called Into conmmltstbe yesterday with
Dr. Newsom. We tr-t there wiff hea
turn for the better In a day or two.
Mrs. Alfred EL Owen and two pretty
daughters left yesterday for Ohio to
,pend the summer.,
Mrs. John Younr and three children


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YOUR APPEARANCE
Will not suffer jt 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 Attentiom Here
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. in. Optical office
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary
block.

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

06NKITS OF PIITAS
onventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall,
over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Halle. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, ILK. of R. and 0.

L6. L. F.
Tulula Lodge. No. 28
L 00.. F. meets ev-
^ery Tuesday evening
in Yonge's HalL Visiting brothers al-
ways welcome..
W. C. Blanchard, N. 0.
M. M. Little, Secretary. -

V SCALA AERIE
M. 1814F L. .L
41 r Meets every first and
third Wednesday even-
ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren
always welcome.
F. W. Ditto. President.
W. C. Moore, Secretary.

AF.&A.LU.
Marlon-Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets in the
temple on the first and
third Thursday even-
ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.

OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R, A. M., on the 4th
Friday In every month at 8 p.i m.
N. I. Gottlieb, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE
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Meets second Tuesday
evening in each month
until October. Visit-
ing brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb, Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary.




Next regular monthly meeting will
be held Friday evening, July 9th, at
7:30 o'clock in Yonge's Hall Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
SS e. Little Cr.C
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.


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the prime cut along the backbone. An
ordinary meal on safari consists of
marrow soup, dikdik cutlets, toast
guinea fowl, curried venison and corn-
flower pudding, with Jam, washed
down with tea or coffee.-London Let-
ter.

His Su*oese
"John," said a Glasgow minister to
his beadle one morning, "I would seem
to have been more than usually suc-
essful nto pleasing the congregation on
labbath. To which of the three beads
of my sermon would you attribute my
seeseem?"
Weel, sir." replied the beadle, with
something like a leer In his eye. "to
tell ye the truth, cons,,sations nooa-
days concern themsers less about the
belds than the tall o' sermons. The
ane you preached on Sabbath was con-
aiderably shorter than the general rin
o' yer discoorses, and therefore a body
was weal pleased wi't"

Hepelessely Out of Style.
"When we take charge of the gov-
ernment," says the wise old suffra-
gette, "we will make some changes in
the naval bureau.**
"I should hope so!" agrees the en-
thsl.sti ymung suffragette. "Why,
bureaus are hopelessly out of style!
We will have a combination wardrobe
and ehUlnler."-Judge.

A Sample.
Hoax-I can always tell a woman
who takes things because they look


COMMON SENSE
meI t 1&MU people to m ?,6
of mm position. The
ore is Dr. Pierce's medicis the
S w h print every Ingrdent
enterliag up= the bottle wrap.
pen and at i rreetnes under oath,
asn daily s In favor. The com-
posuon o( Pierce's medicines is open
to everybody, Pe being desirous
of havir the A ar-h lit of iqveRtia


It Ceeld Net Cempme I Spleadi
WIth Some M derm CapAtls
am.,4 eenb In the times of Its great-
at splendor, was poor in comparison
with the t modern world. Even In the
seco-m century after Christ. when it
stood as metropolis at the bead of an
Immense empire, Rome was bimaller.
less wealthy, less Imposing than a
great metropolis of Europe or of Amer-
lea. Some sumptuous public edifices,
beautiful private houses-that Is all
the splendor of the metropolis of the
empire.
Moreover, the palaces of the Caesars
on the Palatine are a grandiose ruin
that stirs the artist and makes the
phHloopher think, but itf one sets him-
self to measure them, to conjecture
from the remains the proportions of
the entire edlfces, he does not conjure
up buildings that. rival large modern
construction. The palace of Tiberius.
for example, rose above a street ouly
two meters wide, lees than seven feet,
an alley like those where today In
Italian cities live only the most miser-
able Inhabitants. We have pictured
to ourselves the Imperial banquets of
ancient Rome as functions of unheard
of splendor; If Nero or Elagabalus
could came to life and see the dining
room of a great hotel In Paris or New
York, resplendent with light, with
crystal, with silver, he would admire
it as far more beautiful than the balls
In which he gave his Imperial feasts.
Think bow poor were the ancients in
artificial light! They bad few wines;
they knew neither tea nor coffee nor
cocoa, neither tobacco nor the .In-
numerable liqueurs of which .we make
use. In face of our habits they were
always Spartan, even when they wast-
ed, because they lacked the means to
squander.--ugldelmo Ferrero in Put-
nam's.

THE BUSY BEES.
Hew the loeets Work When They
Are Celleting Honey.
Upo the approach of a bee to any
fower It flies around the calyx almost
always before alighting upon the Bow-
er Itself. This I a cursory examina-
tion, and with its antennae out-
stretched and quivering It Is evidently
scenting the honey contained within.
Should this prove a fruitful flower
and of the flavor required the bee set-
tles on the center of the stamen and,
clutching It with Its four front legs.
teadies Itself with Its longer out-
stretched two hindermost ones and
withdraws the nectar by Its proboscis,
the wings of the body assuming a
vibratory motion the while.
The bee's proboscis Is a most Impor-
tant Instrument. It is composed of
about forty cartilaginous rings, each
of which is fringed with minute hairs.
having also a small tuft of hair at its
extremity, where it is somewhat ser-
rated. Its movement Is like the trunk
of an elephant and Is susceptible of
extension and contraction, bending
and twisting in all directions. Thus.
by rolling It about, It searches out the
calyx, pistf and stamen of every dow-
er and deposits its nectar upon the
tongue, whence it passes into the gul-
let at the base.
The gullet, or first stomach, Is the
honey bag. No digestion takes place
here. In shape it Is like an oil flask
and when full contains about one
grain. It is susceptible of contraction
and ls so arranged as to enable the
maset to disgorge its contents into the
cells of the hive.-Philadelphia North
Am-rtran

Menu of an African Hunting Party.
In, addition to the groceries and can-
-ned provisions carried in their outfits
the hunters In East Africa depend for
fresh provisions on their guns. Water
buck. sebra and elephant are said to
be tough eating and are mostly par
taken of by the native porters, who
keep elephant meat till It is quite high
and gamy. Eland tastes like the best
American beef; orynx impala and all
gasetks are edible and tender, but the
delicate* of the East African Protecto-
rate are the kllpepringer and the dik-
dik gasellea. Hartbeest is hard except


PIMPLES
"I WWIaI 1 iMde of blood medil whieb failed
o do e anylgood bet I have fotnd the right thlaug
1 "La. Mr face w P fill of pimtple *d black.
beadl. Afr taking Caearet. they all left. I am
omalDutg the %se of them and recommending
St o *y frinfds. I frel fine when I rise n the
Hope ,,*> to have a chance to ren mMa4
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IOm LP. PaIetb. Petoen.TaM tod. lm _Do
morv Sikea., Weakes or Gripe. iUe. Sc. le. Ne.er
SI* blk. The geblne tablet samped CC0.
CnseMd to cute or your moneyy back.
ner iBte Rmedy Co., Chicago or .T. .
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on-turned fully upon his formula, being
conmenit thet JetteF tlte. om S tWi
*in eelglae i known te more
willr tive merits fercog.-
ouf- Being wholly made of the active
uMicinal principles extracted from ma&
tive forest roots, by exact processes
riglinal with Dr. Piere, and without the
am of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and
chemically pare glycerine being used In-
stead in extracting and preserving the
curative virtues residing In the roots
employed, these medicines are entirely
ftM from the objection of doing harm
by creating an appetite for either al-
coholic beverages or habit forming,
drugs. Examine the formula on their
bottle wrappers-the same as sworn to by
Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his
"Golden Medical Discovery," the great,
blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel
regulator-the medicine which, while not
relommended to cure consumption in its
advanced tgesU(no medicine will do that)
yet dm m e all thon catarrhal condi-
tiom of head and throat, weak stomach,
torpid liver and bronchial trouble*, weak
lungs and hang-on-coughs, which, If neg.
elected or badly treated lead up to an
Finally terminate in consumption.
Take the 'Golden Medical Discovery
G time and it Is not likely to disappoint
you If oDll u give It a thorough acd
fair trial. Dofnt expect miracles. It
won't do supernatural things. You must
exercise your patience and persevere in its
se for a reasonable length of time to get
Its full benefits. The ingredients of which
Dr. Plerce's medicines are composed have
th unqualified endorsement of scores of
ide leadersm-better than any amount
of lay, or nom-professional. testimonials.
They are not given away to be experi-
uented with but are bold by all dealers tI
milems ast rasMonable nrcea.

LOW RATES
via (he
3AsJsasfl AIR IANE
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return.
account International Convention
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25, 1909.
$14.25, Atlanta, Ga., an! return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
1909.
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return,
account Dramatic Order Knights
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8. 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
$100.90 Seattle and return. Amount
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. On
iale 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 26 to Aug.
6th. Final returning limit Oct. 31.
For full Information and sleeper
reservations call on any agent Sea-
board or write to S. C. Boylston,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville,
Fla.; or call on II. C. Raysor, C. T.
A., Ocala. Fla.



CASTORIA
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Sitnaiturew of

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$17.66-Asheville. N. C.. June 17. 18
limit, July Ith, 1909.
$1425-Atlanta. Ga.. June 19. 20. Limit
June 25. Stopovers allowed.
$12.40-Athens. Ga.. June 26. 27. 28.
Limit 15 days. Extension to Septem-
ber 30. Stopovers.
$125--Knoxville, Tenn., June 20, 21.
22. 26. 27. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion to September 3S. Stopovers.
$20.80--Nashville. Tenn.. June 6. 7. 8.
14, 15, 16. 28, 29. 30. Limit 15 days.
Extension to September 30. Stop-
overs.
$15- Tuscaloosa, Ala., June 19, 21. 28,
July 3 and 5. Limited 15 days. Ex-
tension Sept. 30th.
83.90-4104.65--Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
$9.40-S-eattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$1S70-Monteagle and Sewannee,.
Tenn.. July 1. 10. 17. 23. 24 30 Au-
gust 13. -and 14. Limit September
5. Stopovers allowed.
For further Information call on or
write F. J. Huber. C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.


is often thought to be responsible for
an Infant's loss In weight or general
poor health. The cause usually la that
the child has worms. They get the
nourishment in the food and the baby
starves, actually starves. White's
Cream Vermifuge expple the worms
and nourishes the child, sure and safe.
Price 25c zt all druggists.
PICNIC AT BUCK POND
The tenth annual picnic will be held
at Buck Pond on Friday, June 25th.
All are cordially Invited to attend the
picnic. Bring your basket dinner,
meet your friends and neighbors and
spend a jolly day together.


Sometimes you may be told that
there are other things just as good as
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder PIlls.
That isn't so. Nothing made is a4
good as DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills for any ailment of the kidneys
or bladder, which always results la a
weak back, backache, rheumatic paims,
rheumatism and urinary disorders. A
trial of DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills is sufficient to convince you how
good they are. Send your name to EI
C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, for a free
trial box. They are sold here by all
druggists.
The nineteenth annual session of the
Woman Missionary and Educational
State Convention, auxiliary to the
Baptist State Convention, will be held -
with Covenant Baptist church, Ocala,
Fla.. June 24th and 28th. 1909.
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Mrs. Hilbura, of Abtherutm, Is
visiting friends here for a few doly.
Misses May. Edna and thIel o.--
land went up to Mieaop Weim- A B Wm
day.
Mrs. Morgan Lois went down to
Ocala Tuaeday. Fa w ..'.h +a+"
Mr. Fisher. a student at Suther- -
land college, was in tbwn this week
selling sewing tables to the ladie ,
and from the many dressmakers to "ll
town we judge he sold a ood many. to d- a o. a '
Mrs. Williams. of Alachua, is the
guest of her sister. Mrs. J. R. Wi- Pll "l .
liams here. Master F. J. Wmiamls J .AW r IUII I ULJ|) I, .-K-
has returned home also.
Mrs. J. N. Malphurs and children I = a PR b
returned Saturday from WorthaingL a np mMw
ton Springs. a m o
Miss Adelaide Harrison speat a a M Asn
few days last week with her frie1. "
lMiss Ruth Malphurs, at Alachoa, re-
turning Saturday.
Sunday here with his father, C-
ductor Ray. i si 4 M ... L J
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Beach, of Ar- a I: so -I
cher. arc now pleasantly located in* l 10tat
Citra. Mr. Beach is S. A. L section
foreman. It -is Sawa__ -t4eba mbe
Mr. W. M. Edwards. S. A. L. road- J.. 1
master, of Waldo, was in town Mas- --.
d a y e b o d k x ft ain odffl l .t o f
Mr. Jack Stevenson returned to --- ---, .-t-- -
his home at Inverness Monday. .--*., l-', pA-
Misp s Iatlver m csm e idi Is at Slver ss 0 m im cndwa f
Springs this week. -- -- ,
Miss Eugenia Burleson returned P
home Friday from Ocala. She was other nedir ime y byh B te fer t
accompanied home by Miss Irma .sen. id M,
Blake. Mrs. R. G. Blake and Mt--o--- ---- --ss-2 -- .-
Samford are also Mrs. E. L. Wart- .i
mann's guests. w i m Mell
Miss Dollie Rowell returned home
from Ocala Monday.
The many friends of Miss Emmaa
White are pained to learn that she
was seriously hurt in Jacksonville
Tuesday. while returning from con-
ference at Enterprise. From what -B -
we could learn her shoulder was dis- .. 0 l
located. Miss Ervin, her companion, w N i Mai
went up Tuesday afternoon. We_+. J as,
hope she will soon be up and home o"
again.
Mr. W. J. Crosby went down to
Ocala Monday. Tabe is always euppi ed with the best *$M
YOU NEVER CAN TELL Skild oong, caefl a Itetio to the w u t th
just exactly the cause or your rheu- Good Sroo and cO rt bedAL f&l e
matism. but you know you have It . U-hU
Do you know that Ballard's Snow Lin- S1..I Wo W .
iment will cure it--relieves the pain
-reduces the swelling and limbers M ROBERT KAISER, POPRITR
the joints and muscles so that you will
be as active and well as you ever were. ft
Price 25c. 50c and $1. At all druggists.
KENDRICK T V o f *
The pulpit of the Methodist
church here was filled last Sunday by
our pastor, Rev. J. N. Weatherford,
both morning and night, and as
usual he delivered very, intereeding
sermons.
The many friends of Mr. Jerry .
Waters will regret to lear sof his b -- MI L _
death, which occurred at his I home mW 10 Y
two miles west of this place lat d wq KM ImMa & d r s u i ti w *
Monday morning. He had suffered -
with cancer for two years. He was< 1by7 ug o01M ig O1. si- m...
one of our oldest citizens, having
moved to this county soon after the J90" 1 pod j b_ m wt
civil war from South Carolina. No Xpt dIIllU xaWe 1600% 1-3 1- 16em .'
clever man ever lived In our neigh- no sele Nat a demes t esing
borhood than he. Words are lade- in se es t e rf I eeft. or som seO. it
quate to mention the love and care u m R h m
his sisters and brothers manifested KM L bI f dhs, the nb e ui ede 41ma .r j B
toward him In caring for him; and fo1achs in 1bee hr m. .
to them as a community we extend s rnd halg-tah A mg SanS3 i
our heartfelt sympathy In their sad sbesa ealt m. A mas o mm, adsupgnes th s .



Presbyterian church officiating. D. ,? tO i--H mu if in s18 p _
E. Mclver undertaker. gete0 ra" It 1 A
Miss Ora Brown, of St. Peters- 2so with tive oods r -
hurg, is the guest of her sister, MNr. ndmi th a s omam ?sh es
Clifford Livingston. for a few days. W.Ss Wm ^ lr flfS '_
Miss Alta Grace is spending a few t manke aD o Wh *0 -M,--
days this week with the Misses e.va.e
Weatherford at Anthony. Ssd thi doo ttm d- U_ Sm beSa lu',"
SuMr Mc ln,hof R eddick, spent l st intmi *ess suim
Livingston. ,in la 8 e ma"Use....",*.. S
Mr. Mock Teuton and bride, of en SiS br trni 45 .emb--
Martin, attended preaching hemre last i t toma ItoSg J ?t -^
Sunday.
Miss Annie Davis and Miss Gladys. FOR SALE SI ALL PFIST CLAN[ I TOI. 2
of Sparks. Ga., are spending several 4a
weeks very pleasantly with their________ _, __ _
brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. "
G. Davis. S A1 ,- | .'
Miss Maud Gammage, after a few 2 N
days spent in Georgia, returned A I I L I N M
home Tuesday. L S L PA&' T
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