Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 22, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID03199
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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Sa -mI preaudty Into port, a-.
s added W o maMer craft, tooting thatr
W 6e8is hundreds stood otl the
"iW .h + mad reere4, the Mer-
e aa4 Miners first steasmshblp,
Whet t~ ~oaaItimore to Jacksonville.
Se MsfrImek, tied up at the e dn-
5'I m- w Idrainals along East Bay
S tr.,s shoMtly after 8:30 o'clock this
P t umgO With the arrival of this
sa m lip ke ties of business between
iM sae 1 iMd Jacksonville are bound
"igabur sth le cemented by the con-
-. lm s eetthe new line, which cat
ma--Sa N reM and Increased com-
aI seWrit j, in which the mer-
-d U 4 ltilmore. Jacksenville and
Sts a Florida will join hands
SSh t Mher progress of the two
eaMt and tes.-acksonville Me-
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i twi i t ds--cce and the big
iMith &Ms from a sick healacbe.
- DeD lMa liead h mr feel like a gourd
a"r wr bralae -fe loose sand sore?
. n e m*')t tin s time by ase.ing
a s wt V with Ballards Herbilfe.
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SWe will giv to the first 100 ladies who call at the

store buy $1.00 or more worth of goods for

cash this week, one-of these dust pans, provided

you cutit t this ad or the picture and bring it


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t m the floor the dust slides down into the corniopia bettem.


while cleaning up the rooms of mOerltgs.


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-ofthet ta. P Rep.Uie of Caiumbia
i Resigped His Oee m sa
Sailed for EuroM.
CMlon, June 2IL-Advies received
form Cartegema, Columba, co-mn
previous reports that Gea Rafael
B3ea, President of Colombia, has
alsadoned office and failed for Ru-
rope. %
He embarked in board a amn frutU
steamer at Sata Marta last Sunday,
mmerding to the information u eelved
at Cartabena on Monday night.
I..t is believed that the steamed. s ome
.( the Eledr Dempster Le, bm J.*
rect for Southampton.
THI WILL MNTMMEr twOM
Mother Gray's sweet powders for
children, a certm 1itt for t-&w*m-
_nes. headache, bid stomach. teeth-
iorder, move. wad negale .4,
bowels and destroy worm They-
up colds In 24 hours. They are
& pleamant to Abe taste and harmless
as milk. Children like them. Over
10.00 testimonials of cures- They
never fail. Sold by all d4ruite. Sfa.
Ask today. Don't aeftpt any auhbtf-
Itute. "

OPPORTUNITy
We have a propositionL In th city at
Adel which contains several houses
with about 200 lots which we will sell
for $3,000 at once. The list price of
this proposition is $10,000. This is the
b4st proposition we know of for a
good man who ea handlee it. Wrie at
once. National Ioan & Trust Com-
ny, Tifton, Georgia.

HALF A HUNDRED
- IKILLEDAMD WOUNOE
.Result of the Dreadful Disaster Sat-
wday Niglt Near -Seout Wed,
Indiana.
South Bend, Ind, June 21.-Ten per.
aeens were killed and forty Injured iA
a wreck eo the Chicalka Lakeshog
sad South Bea4 railroad In Porter
omn-ty, Indiane, Saturder Sight, two
of the big electric cars elOllafg head-.
W. According to Gene MWanaser H.,
i_, Wallace, the wreck-was due to a
Hisobedience of orders vy tMtormah
George Reed of the eastbound car,
who was killed.
r.-he deeastbound ar W go iyj
nmUes an hour to-make-tp -tst ie '
When the crash occurred t.e east-
-aa ear was teteosaped a* almost
-emolnhed. In tha train were all or
the killed and most of the Injured,
"passengers on the westbound train es.
caping with bruises.
-, The two cars were welded together
in a mass of derbies. The cries for
help caused a scene of ceon stim for,
many minutes. Boo. however, the
cool headed passengers brought order
out of chaos, and while some convert-
,'e the home of L R. Berg Into a hos-
pital and morgue others rescued the
injured.

RICH MEN'S Gi1-TS ARE POOR
beside this: -" want to go on record
as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
ps one of the greatest gifts that God
"has made to woman," writes Mrs. 0.
Xhinevault, of Vestal Center, N. Y.,
"I can never forget what it has done
for me." This glorious .medicine gives
A, woman buoyant spirits, vigor of
,body and Jubilant health. It quickly
eures nervousness, sleeplessness, nel-
,aacholy, headache, backache, fainting
and dissy spells; soon builds up the
weak. ailing and sickly. Try them.
60c at all druggists.
CORPORATIONS


MUST CONTRIBUTE
The Sentiment of Prsident, Cabinet
and Mlamy Leading MIember -
the Sen-at
Washington, D. C. June 2L-Presl-
-d4sat Taft entertained at dinner last.
night all of the republican Iammbers
SLf the Senate Finance Cu niittse and
Senator Root and there followed a
conference on the subject of proponeed
tax on the net earnings of cotpora-
Stions.
Ti| tlOn account of the abosene of Sere
^ tarles Knox and Wickersham very IlL.
Stie was accomplished beyond a general
dicsintatlu discussion ethaet left no doubthat the
president and senate ledersare in
absolute harmony and are enthuslas-
H T EL- tieally in favor of the.adoption of the
corporation tax proposition as an
amendment to the tariff blL
* It was announced that Mr. Wekdr-
sham would meet with the president,
jU0 i n Y Mr. Knox and Mr. Root tomorrow and
that the proposed amendment would
lay Cala F daMl be drafted and sent to Senator Ald-
rich for presentation to the senate.
White no details o, the amendment
were arranged definitely, it can be
stated authoritively that the amend-
ment will apply to all corporations,
\without regard to their capital stock.
It is likely, however, that the tax will
apply to earnings in excess of 5.000
a year.
\ POOR MILK
is often thought to be respoaslble for
an Infant's loss n-weight or general
poor health. The eause usally Is that
the child has worms. They get she
nourishment in the food sand the babr
starves, actually starves. White's
Cream Vermifuge expels the worms
and nourishes the child, sure and safe.
Price 25c tt all druggists.
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A" *5ers &i~.n 0a i *nhodut by Mr.
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Thae are os of Tailoms making made-to-
Dumxeaodles, but there is only one

them right

Proof? Call here and see the values-

e dthe famous All Wool Book containing
five hund red of e newest fabrics and
compare the plces.


Is all I am asking for an all-wool blue serge saui maef l

men. I am merely making this offer in o!rer to *ty4

my tailoring. This suit will be made to yourldivaifa-,

made in any style you desire. I guarantee to fit and pi

do not expect you to accept he


Besides getting the best value of the season yoare are l i
a free chance on a $25.00 suit to be given away on AJune i
You make your own sec o "-

If you are not in the market for able sergesuit Iwill be

show you my selection of nearly a thousand aamples of

-on which the' prices are as follows. -


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Trousers to your order for $335 to $12


Suits to your order for $10.5 to $50.


fvau itanc~ I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. If you wear a garment that I made and It does mel Mt ys y *w la&ln.w I1

bIstl Ma tf have you retara same and either alter It or make you another garment I can refer you e to over N mi elnr,

wl tesiy to the homes methods I employ In my tailoring. Let me be your tailor and you will be SATISfMED. Ye rs eor ee sa*i


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Mr: J.'_ has a very ane
smaU SI. rond house and be-
A patch a. younger
oe on. Mr. Stebbleto, over
*. .a .\ $6 te another fortunate
owner uettve orag e grove,
t1e the l bors of Mr. G. W.
i th prospect of al
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fy4t. Atber and m

have a river bottom .field that is the
surprise awl womaoes of all who se it.
Those who bare seen It say it will
yield 76 to.,a busoqls to the acre and
there is a. b acreage of It.
:MW. Ge6rge Walters is proud of a
fve-aere path he has .on the Okla-
waha bottom and estimates his yield
at N bushels to the acre. As an In-
dication of how sturdy the stalks are
la a. retat cooa raid three healthy
cooes, to ceape their pursuers and
detroyers, sought safety on one stalk.
They were discovered and now enrich
the already fertile soil.
Mr. ToMn who recently purchased
a big stretch of rich bottom lands In
tbjs em a a m Heather 1I1-
and, developed pAMI to make them
am!e hum overflow, o laid out a ditch
gour k*@Ae O atweld divert the
waters Of the Oklawaha rfver that
makes a.laMnd of ten mines. He tried
hand lab,-Mbut found It too slow, m
sla ow north negetating for a steam
shovel that will make the dirt fairly
fly. The ditch or canal will be four
teet deep and feet wide and wilU be
eat on the west side of the stream.
The land when rmesued. from overflow
wMl be a rich a th mn sablnes on
The aest great seapl, event of the
metlnm will be the meeting of the
thmer Allane Unlo o Lm Long Lake
at Wooa Bt3Le which will be July let.
to which the editor of the Star is In-


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operation.
We enjoyed during our absence the
hospitality of Mr. J. C. Pillans and in-
teresting faintly and that of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Walters and their splendid
son. Gus. The latter is proving a
worthy son of a noble sire and is the
mainstay and joy of his parents,, sup-
erintending the farm and doing it well.
During the past season hlie has built a
very creditable home, ha; a fine herd
of cattle and calt have fresh pork on
his table every day in the year so
numerous are his rooters ip his Okla-
aa lauds, -while the queen of his
h hold, Mrs. Walters, has 100 as
aoe trying size Rhode Island Reds as
you can find anywhere and peach
trees, the fruit of which makes your
mouth water and their absence makes
you mourn for the luscious fruit they
are.
The Star Is In favor in the Electra
section and the now names taken and
the old renewals is the satisfaction
that comes to one who labors accepta-
bly for those who are his friends and
patrons.


YOUR APPEARANCE


Will not suffer If you have to wear
spectacles.
They are improving to most peo-
ple's looks when fitted by one who
understands how.
Your eyesight Is too precious to
neglect. You owe them all the at-
tention and care that they may need.
They Get Carefl Attention Here
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala,. Fla.
Ofee hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary
block.
100AN FOR AN IDEA
The New York Sunday World of
June 27. will give the details of hlow
SL. will be given for plots upon
which to build a play for Henry B.
Harris at his Hudson Theatre. There
wil also be given words and music of
a new song from the latest Anna Held
show, which has just closed a big en-
gagement at the New York Theatre.
Alse another set of stage star poster

SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any job of
alatHu ai matter how large or how


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A SPtN IN A JACKSON:AUTO ST. JOSEPH
In company with Messrs. George
MacKay. Sam Anthony, and D. W. RETTO,(New
Davis we took a spin' in the Jackson
car, for which Mesirs. Melver & Mac- rding School for Boys ondu
Kay are agents. Robert Tydings was Bo rdfng School fo1 roys cond.
at the wheel and he is an expwrt driv. Boys frm 8 to 14 years Received Ca
er and sent us to Silver Springs very lectual, Moral and Social Lines, Hea
speedily and we found the car admir- Pool, Complete Equipment in School
ably fitted. for oipmfort and speed. Recreation Rooms.
Returning Mr.,Dvlis-took the wheel
and demonstrated-thvat he had not Apply for Prospectus to t
owned an auto for several .years with-
.out learning something of its delicate St. Joseph's Acadeo
mechanism and how to handle the .
same,, The machine was tested on all n
kinds of roads and found to work
beautifully. It is a 30-horsepower car $1. 0. If we were differently situated
and comfortably seats five persons and iwe would not object to owning one
it is equipped throughout with strong, lke it. The firm now has two cars
steel springs which makes it a most in route from .the factory at Jacksoh,
comfortable riding machine on all i Mihigan.
courts of roads. One of the features of
this car Is the presence of all the ma- FIRE AT ANTHONY
chinery in the front of the car, where
by raising the hood you may have a The home of A. J. Gill at Anthony
full view of the ,engines and if any was destroyed Sunday at midnight by
trouble occurs you can quickly see and fire. It came so suddenly that the loss
remedy same. Another strong pofnt in of home and furniture was total. The
favor of this car is its hill climbing building was owned by Tom Jones and
ability, its ready response to every insured for 1.000, but Mr. Gill had no
touch of the chauffeur and its econ- Insurance on his furniture. Mr. Gill
omy of fuel. This class of car costs is a wood tie contractor.

R U We do not knov' of any other pill
ULLE that is as good as DeWitts Little
Early Risers, the famous !Ittle liver
DENTAL SURGEON pills-small, gentle, pleasant and sure
pills with a reputation. Sold by all
Office Over Munroe & Chambliss' Iruggists.
Bang.
OCALA. - FLORIDA LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
TERMS, CASH. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
- --- $12.40-Athens. Ga.. June 2. 27. 28.
Limit 15 days. Extension to Septem-
L. F. BLALOCK ber 30. Stopovers.
S $18.25-Knoxville. Tenn., June 20, 21,.
22. 26. 27. Limit 15 days. Exten-
Dental ur on sion to September 3L. Stopovers.
Dental Surgeon Nahville, Tenn.. June . 8.
Mace q, w-* ^a~ltP *1 -k 14, 15, 16, 28, 29. 30. Limit 15 days.
WeBB *e S ice-mereCaM s L Extension to September 30. Stop-
Pho 2 211. overs.
:o $19525 Tuscaloosa. Ala.. June 19., 21, 28,
Office hours: A to 12 a. w : 1 to July 3 and 5. Limited 15 days. Ex-
5 'I. p"n. tension Seplt. 30th. -
TERMS, CASH. $83.90--104.-65-Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
J E CH AC^E $540-Seattle, Washington. Variable
J. E. C AC routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31
OENT1AL NURGEON $1UO-Monteagle and Sewannee,
Tenn., July 1. 10,17. 23, 24. 30. Au-
Rooms 9, 10 and 11. gust 13. and 14. Limit September
Second Floor, Holder Block, 5. Stopovers allowed.
A$6 Savannah, Ga; $8 Augusta, Ga., 1
ALA, FLORIDA Charleston, S. C. July 2nd and tranm
TERMS. CASH. to arrive Jacksonville before noon
S-- of 3rd. Limit. July 17th.
$55.80 Denver, Colorado Spring&, Poe-
blo. Colo.. July 1, ,2 3 and 4. Limit
Equitable July 30th; stopovoers.
$54.40 st Paul, Minn., July 3, 4 and 4.
Sor further information call on or
write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.: or
J, K. Kirkland. D. P. A., Tampa. 11a.
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Manuufarearuf cement brick, boiling bfoci.
hexagon and octagon block, and all kinds of pa-..
ing materiaL We'employ idlled workem e Mn "
our motto is "to plase."
Teniotaj quarteme, phone 25N.
AMES R. MOORHEAD. M"Qk


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"Land of to Sk y" WAYNESVILLE, N. C. AHtitude a,- Feas t
On the southern Railway,. one hour from Asev-lle. Capae ty e a .:-
No consumptives. Hot a Cold Salp hur,Bathe,-Msic, Bowling aad ftM .' :*;. '-
Bpecial attention to momuntala parties. Special party and family ratem. r -
information address G. C. OGAN, M manager. (Formerly manager of Kao .. *,
worth Inn, AshevUble.)


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I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, Steel. Brmas Copper, A
Tin, Lead, Rubber, 'Baggln. barrels, Leather, ite.; old gIMw,
Boilers, Rails, tc, -wbetbe as seeond-hand or sWrap and pay the
highest price in cash for sam. Write or call on me and let me ka w
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When in need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
George Stein, the successful embas-
sador of commerce, left this morning
for South" Florida.
The Court'Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and invites
your inspection.
Mr. Louis R. Chazal has returned
from a m(cst delightful two months
business and pleasure trip to Germany.
R. O. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms if desired.
Mrs. A. E. Waterman left this after-
noon for feabreeze to spend some
time.

Mave you seen the new visible Fay-
SNoles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co
general agents.
The Moatezuma had a good's days
business yesterday. 35 guests register-
Ing during tha *.

We hav' the nicest line of hair
brul hs. cotnb and other toilet artl-
cles in the city. Tydings & Co.

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


Mr.
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D. 8. Woodrow went to New-
today on business for his phos-
eompany.


M;, Edward Fitzgerald of Jackson-
ville, one of the state convict inspec-
tors, is at the Ocala House.

If you shav yourself, call at the
Court Pharmacy and-ask to see ttse
new safety razor.
Mr. J. C. Compton, editor of the
Leebsurg Commercial. was in town to-
day and made the Star a pleasant call.
Misses Elizabeth and Kit Davis. who
accompanied Mrs. E. P. Rentz to Day-
tona Beach ten days ago, returned
home yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis and family
will go down to their summer home at
Northlake Weir tomorrow, where they
will remain until the opening of school
In the fall.
Mr. J. B. Cureton of Tampa. for-
merly of Ocala, is a guest of the Mon-
tezuma Hotel.
Messrs. G. B. Tankersley and R. C.
F sell of Coleman. were guests of the
Montezuma last night.
Miss, Nellie Stevens was compliment-
ed yesterday In a dispatch from Mr.
Holfoway, state superintendent of
schools, calling her to Gainesville on
the 28th to assume charge of the nor-
mal of that place, the principals of
primary work for which sihe is so ca-
pable by study and experience. She
will be compelled to give up her class
of little ones at home.

SVan Hood was called to see
Atehilon. who lives 10 miles
northwest of Ocala. Mr. Walter Young
1ltrue the doctor out in his little Max-
well runabout.
Mr. George MacKay received yester-
day a very handsome boat for the use
of his family on Lake Weir. The boat
Is 25 feet long and six feet beam and
will seat comfortably 25 persons. It
will be one of the handsomest and
pat comfortable crafts on the lake.
JMr.- *MacKay and the children are
highly pleased with their location on
the lake. The boat is named Frances.
in compliment to Mrs. MacKay and
their charming Miss Bessie.
fTbhe'W. C. T. U. will meet tomor-
row afternoon at the M. E. church.
All members are urged to be present.
The Air Dome certainly had a fine
show last night There were three full
reels of pictures, all were good. and
there was something for every one..
"Lake Magglore" for lovers of scenery,


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F..J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
We erred yesterday in stating that
the Ocala baseball team would play
the Ocilla; Ga.. team the last three
days of this week. We should have
,said Cordele, Ga., team.



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Mrs. J. J. Williams, who was book-
ed to leave for Asheville, N. C., ten
days ago, was recalled by a telegram
stating her mother was seriously Ill.
She hastened to the bedside of her
mother, but yesterday left her much
Improved and left this afternoon for
Asheville.

REXA.LL
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Spencer and
haby wAcompanled Mr. Tom Leitner,
of Anthony. to the lake this aftrenoon.

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The. Oeasi House had thirty arrivals

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Oeala House.
Dr. G. S. Means of Mcintosh is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. E. H. Dennis of Aittsburgis at
the Ocala H-ase.
Mr. J. W. Ward of Floral City came
up this noon.

Plears Chll Tonic. guaranteed to
ere chills and fever. 26 cents.
Mr. W. L Coates of Fort Pierce, Is
at the Montezuma.
Dr. P. Bergln. of Mclntosh, came
dowp this afternoon.

Mr. G. R. Holden of Tampa is at the
Noatennuma.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
fiat'the Court Pharmacy.
The Montezuma had 33 arrivals
yesterday.
W e d ses V'1 will cure any cae
ot Chlt sand Fever. Price 25c.
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Mayor Doxler and his beautiful
da1uthtr of Leesburg. came up This
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MARRIAGE THIS MORNING
Of Mr. H. Watbes. Tew OdUl
Vivin0e 11100
This morning at 10 'cockt i the
parsonage, the Rev. W. H. Colema.
pastor of the Christian church, qdtmly
married Mr. Henry Wattereso Tuner
and Miss Vivian Dame Of chose, their
betrothal has long been an ope see*
ret. but until yesterday the contract-
ing parties denied the soft ImpxMh-
ment that the date of the marmeige
had been set. but none the less their
many friends were prompt In ex&end-
ing congratulations.
As Intimated the wedding was a
very quiet one and only Mrs. Coleman
witnessed the ceremony. So far as
a wedding ceremony was manifest, no
signs were visible this morning, for
Miss Dame had an engaa...nt with
Mr. Coleman to talk over church work.
while Mr. Tucker, who is always neat-
ly dressed, quietly sauntered over to
the parsonage, as though bent on In-
specting the electric wires and bulbs
in the house, and so they met as If by
chance, but Cupid had played hto
pranks and the game was up. The
ring ceremony was used. The pretty
bride wore a lovely white gown. As
quietly as the contracting parties
came to Hymen's altar, Just as quiet-
ly did they depart, each bent on a mis-
sion. to meet again at the home of the
fair bride, where a toothsome luneh
was partaken of en famille, and the
newly wedded pair made preparations
for their wedding trip to Rabun Gap.
Ga., accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.4.
H. Dame, the bride's parents.
The bride has grown to womanhood
in this city and is greatly admired for
the qualities of heart and hand pos-
sessed and her bright and pleasing
disposition. She is a devoted member
f the Christian church and is an ef-
ficient 'aid to the pastor in his church
and Sunday school work. She is quite
talented in the art of expression and
displays no mean ability In her read-
ings and recitations, which she is al-
ways willing to give when occasion
calls, graciously and smilingly.
The groom, too, grew up In Ocala
and always has been a great favorite
with the public, and we here use the
expressiotf of a friend: "I always did
like the young man. ever since he was
a kid. and have watched his
career to manhood and usefulness,
making a name as a musician and elec-
trician that is a credit to him."
Mr. Tucker has been an enthusiast
in cultivating his taste for music and
i ver been a staunch friend and promi-
nent worker in the Metropolitan Band,
as an acknowledged master of the cor.
net. In the electrical line he stands
at the head of his profession and built
up a business that is a credit to his
ingenuity and commercial ability, tIn
which he has scored a success. He is
also proprietor of the Air dome, the
summer amusement place of Ocala.
Mr. Tucker.- in the full sense of the
expression often heard, is a "self-made
man." having truly made himself what
he is, without pull, money or friends
till he made the last two by his own
hard work and sterling qualities.
The Star extends hearty congratula-
iapms and wishes, for the newly we&d
ded pair the good things and the true
things of life. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker
will be at home September 1st.
ANOTHER RESIDENCE
Mr. iinton is building a new eight-
room re-ildence in Mr. J. R. Moorhead's
ntighIhlrhood. The material Is being
placed on the ground by Mr. M. J.
Rtwss. Mr. O'Neal, the contractor, has
the contract to build the house.

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cufreaf-
nes.s, and that is by constitutional
remedi(es. 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, a'nd
when it is entirely closed, deafness 'a
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 cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars. free.


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Mr. M. J. Roes. has secured a.,nk,
government contract. He is to supply
material to the value of about $2,0-0
to the government for the work being
done at Fort Dade, at the mouth of
Tampa Bay.
Mrs. H. C. Webb and smart little son,
of Houston, Tex., are expected In the
city tomorrow, to 'visit Mrs. Webb's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Anthony.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dame left this
afternoon over the Seaboard to spend
some time at Rabun Gap, Ga., In the
hope that the air and water together
with the change would restore Mrs.
Dame's health, she having been' In
poor health all winter and spring. They
were accompanied by their som-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Tucker.




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The Ocala baseball team is at home
safe and sound from their trip to
Sanford and Orlando and though ihey
failed to perch victory on their ban-
ner their coach, Asher Frank, who Is
an expert in the game, has returned
with them, though a little sore eo
throat from strenuous shouting, re-
marked to a Star representative that
the Ocala team had the making of the
crackerjack team of the state, that no
better material could be fund any-
where. A little more practice and a
little more cohesion and they would be
the cock of the baseball walk In the
cotnowa.._Alth. Asher Is a hbot In
himself and said such treatment as
the boys received In their late outitg
is worthy of remembrance, apprecia-
tion and reciprocity.


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DaATH .0 A SABY
The little 1-mateeh.-eli _m-a m ob
of Mr. and M. PeM, a mId at
I o'clock this atmas at soe em
of Mr. ank Mr. PVOy in theo
part ot the city., The t" ne uS
takes to Gaimese tememem v ta-
sona by the famiy, when ne Wt ha
laid to ret In the family Ieot
ceMteMO of that city. The .a" U-
tena its deepest sympathy to the be.
neaved tmily.

A CARD FROM MR. MEFFU -
Editor Star: In conaectiam with tha
s-wp-_ of City Marshal Dw -
beg to state, in the absence m C M w
J. D. Robetsa that het4 e
.adv. l g 1e- -by m= % m.- s -at_
blame should be attached to him SIr
the course he panrL ,,- J<
Tours truly. .& M. tm .
PreseInt Cty ca n.
Ocala, lFl. Jj.m U 4 *.

A CHILDRWS PARTY
Mrs. W. T. MeDwamoe gav" a pjty
this afternoon at her home on a
third street for her two eldet cbdd
ren, William, who was aia t B sty.
Virginia. who is four today. A "AV
many little folks gathered to cele-
brate the occasion.

A CASE OP LOCKJAW
There is a negro man in the bd-.
pital being treated for lockjaw. .e
was working at astlate and stuck a
rusty saM Into his foot, and was
bad condItion when he was receIwv at
thel boestaL He la do6g as wel as
could he exb o ex d and haa a mha-o


for recovery. The psk l..
Ing the remedy upon him w
Dr. Powers cured a negro e
poisoning or lockjaw a yes
ago.

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The Opasim 9e9 the dim
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sm.e wesdi my the bet a
a optimast Into a pessmsto
to feed him a the dgat
weud he true if the do
fled hi lard. lam in etse
mstble and many people an
of the pleasre o( -at-a

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Swa amadaay war t-
food that nb. mo* islcab
gaas 4igt With seade.
making tho world cheesrier a
for thousands who were. fom
feting from the curse of Ci
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Mr. W. P. Edwards and Mr. R. I.
Keating went to Daytona Sunday In
Mr. Edwards' automobile, making the
run In seven hoars. Mrs. Edwards
went over on the train "'Mr. asa Mrs.
Edwards wMl remain NIt'week. Ir.
Keating returned last night.

ALMOST REA 'TO MAKE IC .
Mr. K. B. sgleshr ,- general man-
ager of the o ida Packting k e
Co, is here from Atlanta to lek ofer
the plant and remain with Messrs.
Thomas and Perry for a week pr taW
days. The plant Is practiOPy riend
to begin regular manufacturer of lee
and the day on which the trade will
be supplied will be announced hin a day
oqr two.


PEW MACHINERY ALMOST
Messrs Meffert & Taylor.
Ocala Packing & Ice C.A I
splendid new N-ton capacity
ery almost ready for use, and
making Ice with the same V
very few days. The present
of the plant is 15 tons per di
machinery is indeptea-nit ti
and will give the plant a total
Ity of 43 tons of Ice per day.
machinery is the latest that
had.

DR. BONEY IN ATLAN
Dr. D. M. Bosey, the eye en
unday morning for Atlanta, i
will spend the week Ia at
upon the American Amseclatle
ticians. Dr. Boney is a member
A. A. 0, as wel as preaide.
state association and a member
board of emlaers of the sta
miss Mary lmanders has I
Quincy, Fla, to speed a c
months with her brother aM
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Landers.


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It is pleasant news to chronicle the
fact that Mr. Ben Rbeinauer. who has
been so sick with fever, has passed the
crisis and Is apparently getting better.
His condition was sue that it took
two nurses t6 wait do him and the
constant care of the doctors. His caae
has been watched with constant sole.
Itude by his many friends, the In-
quiries after his condition being so
numerous that It was Impossible for
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rteinawer to
answer all of them In person, hbu re*
quested the Stir to tender to one aad
all their grateful aeknowle4ge-l*;ts
for the many words of kindness and
the solicitude shown them and their
sick brother during his trying hours.

IF YOU KNMW -
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suger from kidney. blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
IL W. Hall, 292 Olive Street, St.
Loutls, Mo.


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Guarantee Clothing & Shoe company
and his newly arrived and compete'l
assistant, Mr. Frank Mustin, are mak.
ing preparations to open their tailor.
Ing department, which they will do am
soon as the goods arrive. This depart-
ment is going to be entirely and strict.
ly up-to-date, and will use only the
best of material, which Mr. Musthl
who Is nothing less than an artt" i
his vocation, understands how to em-
ploy In the most advantageous way
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tion for good goods and square deal
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38"am A L i ston, asarch &, uie.

t- I had but an enchanter's Wad
Sa'- a I ..-f I vea destroy tomorrow the
Sdestre for tAVOW drik la the peo-
piet of fgmamat, a we should see
o t MS mredueed 3y aMlleas
st .. every year; we should see
-';:.- our X a = w-a rthoeues empty; we
:s a aeM m-a more lves saved In 12
represent thpsee and meathM the. are consumed in cen-
-0*i At*y "AMof aSVage war.-Joseph Clhamn-
1 .09 berTrrtaISe, January 1, 1874.

iu OOut the I
-D .U .. *r --ade, City. Ia.. did sot wat for
U the tate aor nation to make illegal
the shipping of liquor iBto dry ter-
: ... ,* R r ,tory. The town COUM ton af aed
OU the mater and has pased an or-
SUM,, B- .- to Bs datlVe to prot it o w. Otter

rCItY' example. It It st h Of note
that the Atla=tic Coast Line has is-
Sio ed an orer t 'ttS agents to te-
spe"t the aro! th eo
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*"'* 5 e IIt resolved by the town counei*
of Dade City, Fla., That It ahaU be
unlawful for any express or railway
CoMpany or any other common car-
7*- TWe, to bring Into the town of DaLde
SCity sad deliver to any persona, firm
O r paltxalon other than a licensed
Grlggst within the corporate limits
-'inJ *of said town. any intoeatiUg liquorsn
or mixtures thereof, provided that
|aMe be aot shipped from points
without the borders of the state orf
Aay person, arm or corporation
'veolattag this ordinance shall be tin-
Sd not les than toe nor more than
fty dollars for each ofRense. This
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Fignaes and Facts
The few whiskey Journals In this
state have been engaged in trying to
make it appear that crime has In-
creased in Birmingham under prohi-
bitio. They make a big spread of
a report that there were nearly forty
Ideati s by violence In Jefferson coun-
A L KIN y tIn April. Sheriff Higdon has put
a aqetau on these falsifier by an-
-- Z-aelng that of the 28 deaths, first
o __._._ reported-a criminal, 16 were from
S -- natural aumes, two of them cases of
ed- -sJ ~ide, and that out of 11 killings,
iI --eral were plainly In self-defense.
-Upellkat (Ala.) Daily News.

Ciheetio, W. V46 Dry
l d The ior track got a hard jolt in
SIIIS West Virginia last month when the
Sew b-pltirM city coneul compom-
Sedf 20 democrats and 20 republl-
.r ama- ved 23 to 17 to not issue any
Slf lieor lenses for that city for the
SMe ase year begibing July 1st. f en
democrats and twelve republicans
Vt against license. Charleston is
Sth' e Capital of the state and West
FR T Virginia's second largest city.
,. Pslhbihitom a Sucess
B1 The parrott like repettiton of the
S_ preo-liquor newspapers of the asser-
ton that "prohibition is a rarce in
the Southern states wherever it has
bee- tried" gets a black eye every
ttie the ret fmet are shown. The
fact is that prohibition is proving
entirely too mitoh ot a success to suit
the demoralized liquor crowd, and
ea|Ar StheyM ad a "condition, not a theory,"
confroating them. Just now two In-
cidents appear to show how success-
tal is our work n Gqorgla. The fol-
loving is from the Tampa (Fla.) Tri-
N O W C= bursne, of recent date, and the -iribune
is a rabid pro-liquor paper. The
Tribune says:
L -_- J -Returning from his trip to Mem-
phis, Team., to atd4 the session of
the Methodist 6eer r ourch ex-
teusioa, Rev. W. J. Carpenter yes-
dI j terday spoke of conditions pertain-
ing in Macon, Ga., where he spent a
week visitag -his daughter, due to
"- W kyb prhtlblton and other latftences
which are in operation. M ey. Car-
pemter declares that Macon is one of
I "-i 5 df the mst prosperous cities which he
has ever seen, and that it is making
great strides forward. He declares
that leading citizens and business
A N 8. mem ate very much pleased with
prohibition and that they declare
Aa Hl j, Lthat, the state will never again be
A "H. FLOM weL.
S-. "Regarding ebe effect of probibl-
tton, Rev. Carpenter says that citi-
sens of Macon have told him that
-M nce the state went dry business has
ingressed to a wonderful extent, that
-two new banks have been founded
and that the capital stock of anoth-
er bank has been greatly increased.
The Central *ot Georgia railway has
erected car shops at a cost of a mil-
lien dollars and the city Is growing
and extending in every direction.
ReMn "g the enforcement of the
proabttlona laws, Mr. Carpenter
stated that he had been. present
r.hen a *blind tiger' man was fined
$19O. that being the uma~ seteace,
sometimes -CcoWp*-ead by six
n oJth.. IB the chaingang. ne
W booe' whik offenders sold came
from JacksonvlUe."'
So much for prohibition in Ma-
t co. L The writer recently had a con-
Ve nation with the manager for
Sda. Georgita and South Carolina
S- of e of the very largest commer-
cial enterprises l America. His
am'pany has more officers probably
th, a any other American concern
ad It business embraeas the whole
,weriq9 SaM the representative of
the company ti question. "If any
one tells you that prohibition ts a
a laurel In Georgia he doea't know
the fthts or elBe he lies. I am sim-
jply a business man and I visit every
... town of pomtnenee in Georgia.
3 Witht the exception of a very few
5 places the prohibition law is as well


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The annual picnic and barbecue will
be given at Oak Grove June 24th.
Everybody Invited.
8. C. CARUTrHIbftS
8. GAMBLE.
SOL CARUTHERS.

NATURE TELLS YOU
As Many on Ocala Reader Knows Too
Well
When the kidneys are sick,
Nature tells you all about it.
The urine Is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action;
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
ins.
Doean's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
Mrs. Elli. Ratherree, living at 201
W. McCormick St., Gainesville, Fla.,
says: "I suffered from dragging pains
in my back for some years. I
was In almost constant misery, and
often the pains were so Intense that I
could not move about. The secretions
from my kidneys were also irregular
In action, and caused me further an-
noyance. Any cold always aggravated
my trouble and at such times I would
suffer severely. A friedfd finally ad-
vised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills
and I did so. The first few doses of
this remedy gave me relief, and when
I had used the contents of one box the
pains had disappeared, and the kidneys
once more acted In a normal manner.
I am glad to give Doean's Kidney Pills
the credit for bringing me back to good
health."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States. ,
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
Offers Its services and superior work-
manship In the art ef painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced its specialty of painting au-
tomobileq. A sample of our work ein
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a calL
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS.

A VITAL POINT
The most delicate part of a baby Is
Its bowels. Every aliment that it suf-
fers with attacks the bowels also en-
dangering in most cases the life of the
infant McGee's Baby Elixir cur.a%
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
all druggistq

PAN 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.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
Cincinnati general store and flat
building, $200 a month profit, $9,500.
Want $5.000 dash. balance southern
property. P. 0. Box 381, Cincinnati.


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


L. ALEXANDER

Practical
CUPE A IMILER
Careful estimates made on all
contract work. orres moreiand bet-
tor work for the money than any
other contractor In own.


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cHUS1MAN _


YOU NEVER CAN TELL
just exactly the cause or your them-
matism, but you know you have It.
Do you know that Ballard's Snow IAn-
iment will cure It--relieves the pala
-reduces the swelling and ImAbers
the joints and muscles so that you wm
be ds active and well as you ever were.
Price 25c, 50c and $1. At all drugtsts.
R. C. uavis & Co., or jaccksoiBv .
will sell any make. of secoad-haa
typewriter upon easy term It dered.

LAW RATW
via ie
BaAikasUvm AIMR salB
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., a9d rturts
acomnt Dramatic Order Kniahte
of Khorassan. blemnial meiUN
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10, ad
11. Final limit July 26, 199.
$100.90 Seattle and return. Aceonat
Alaska-Yukon-Pacilic Expoeittei. On
sale May 21st to Sept. 30th. Fial
limit Oct. 31st.
$89.0, San Francisco and Los Anuele
and return. On sale May S1, Jum
1. 2. 23 to July 10th, July 26 to Au.
6th. Final returning limit Oct. XL
For full inrormattoB u and e
reservations call on any aget 8W
board or write to S. C. BDhltoi,
Aest. Gen. Pass. Agemt, JaPegsiMte,
Fla.; or call on I1. C. Rayser, C. T.
A., Ocala, Fla.
Colds that hang on weaken the coe-
xtitution and develop Into eoomip-
tion. Foley's Honey and Tar car-G
persistent colds that refuse to yedM to
other treatment. Do not espeilmet
with untried remidies as delay may
result in your cold settling e- your
lungs. Sold by all druggists.
NOTICE


Thirty days after date or as ees
thereafter as practical, the no gcm


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Pierce's -medketams w0 .p.sff aht.
and thet friends after mt aam two
do oftiol thimsoufdn They have
B ro -0a" theart ave t" made
erunkitnh'
Aod huuea square-deal melefn of
known empoeuaes is fr. Pres's aMe
Meial has y. It still enjoys as Im-
moam see, whbt most of e re*
to ha come Into pro Oe
=0= earL1rperiO? ffItPopularity have
*o bhe bard rand ate Ieaer m a re
beard of. There must be some reason fr
this loa4Mae popularity and that i to
be found lI Its superior merits. Whe
once givsa fair trial for weak stomach
or for livu' and blood affeedo., I osoaw
rior curative quality are season antfest
hence It has survived and gruwn la pi.
lar favor, while scores of le editor
artihel have ddenly flashed Into fav
for a brie period ad the be -assoB .
o oaIrpM lver with Its attendant
ladigoe om, dy, o d or like, per-
haps dinzies breath, nasty heated
toopie. with bittr taste, loss of appetite,
wit distem ante eating, s nerousnerM
and deboii tyo, Is so ood as Dr.
Piere's o ena Medcal Discovery. It's
Se uare-deal medicinewith all
Do sem, no ho0u0 oM hu
thereforMja.'s acc ON al gW4mutotat
the Gm ar y possibly make a little big-
ge pu fMOaon your rit to have
-what m call for.
Don't buy Or.PlOrce' PseedIM PreMcrh>
Um expeedng it In prove a *cu-alL* t
S only advi"ed for woMan' SpeCl ail-
ments. IU makes weak women strong and
slek women well. ILed advertised than
some pepara.se WM s for like Purposes.
Its stefrlifn !ave virtgsastil matain
HD po"Uttm in the front ranks, where It
stood over two decades ago. As an in-*
vigorating tonic and streanotbhening nerv-
lne it isu Itqon tJsat'sfy thcua
wbo want n* for abror is t a dre
of alSoIol In It.
or. PIWo's PIs t hcts, the orf*
Ma itUte ver Pll, although the JirS
pill of their kind Io the market, st'll lead,
and whom once tried ae ever afterwards
In favor. asy to tak, as eandy-e.e to
three a gI. MIEh 6al0t1tu aJ *I r


Aasberdale wuas ,teai n
where plessant day. werMa aakt
homes of MU. W. C. U MN-- a
NuttUng, pastor of tc silfa"li.
sharc. a had 3r8 nsa ,--,a
Jorable prer atof smdes.
the only E deavor esslr sn, Ito
Poik 'and Debut. di sieL -
After Auburadale caens M
with old friendss a Sof mr C
Endeavor days In tuhs vat anw
thriving both spiritmalr o jwsr-
lany. _a
Several restful days wr aSped -
the suburbasite hob e atof MAr. .
Miller, in Wl-tmmme. Mrs.M MP 11wlt
not only s3 active loa l seade but Is
president of Orane eand Oaese s-
trict and superantsdeAt of magigo
work for the state al5m. *O a8aka
there was Sunday Sheb4 awa the
Presbyterians, followed by a fe ad-
dres -Vacation Rellba" ue l-ssd l-
the Methodist church by It.pasts.
Rev. MitcIL The -fteffr- w Wih
the Christian church society ladr.-
Miss Emma Yowell and her hW tS h1.
after which the day ended Ia ts haWd
Endeavor meeting held in the Plsj
terian church and was led by Mis
Emma Putch. Before leaving soha-
mee we wete present at thee agale-
tion of a union Junior oetym, of t Wr h
more winl be aid later on.
There was a short vit nmad at PM-
mona as the guest of Miss MIth
Krook and W. I. Middlete s see.nis i
and president of Northsaqm e
Socials in the eveulnam lana m&t ;d,
buggy rides by day and the Interest
shown in our organisation and its ar.
other growth, were all combined sI a,_
delightful time& among tbese wa m
hearted Christian BEdeawerera. -
After Pomona there was a bdf top
at the Congregatiomal misium, si
In Orange Park. The term nId edL
but President Bard sad thes ImJslth
teachers had not yet returned north
for the summer vacatloe. It was
pleasant to hear of- the usefualesm to
the pupils of their Endeavor seelhty
during the school year.
In Jacksonville we were entertatns
at 421 Van Buren street b Mr. and'
Mrs. W. F. Maney, so well knmew l
Endeavor service for Northeasters die.
trict Other East Jacksonville ftrie
were thoughtful and Mr. C. LU Par*
ham kindly offered the use of his type-
writer for our last news article. lMr.,
and Mrs. Mantey also entertained Miss-
Edith Krook., who .with Mr. and Mr
Middleton. came to the ustrepoft da
June 4th to attend the called iatrlet
business meeting. It was held in the
first Christian church and It is hoped
much good will result from this mest.
Ing "to tolk it over. Of corse Pe,
mona Endeavorers brought the eia-
paign banner they are to keep for their
district this year.
On Sunday. May 30th, services at the
East Jacksonville ehureh were attend
ed. In spite of stormy weather, the
Endeavor meeting at the Congrega-
tional church was all right that eve*.
ing. with many members .prent,
However, it was notieable that net
many were seen at the church series
afterwards but these wide-awake Ea-
deavorers.
The last Sunday of seven from
Interlachen Included the Children's
Day exercises of the First Chriatlna
church, and a fine ermon on soul
saving by an eloquent young minbler.
It is pleasant to go to Rev. Boomas'
hospitable church. That evening was
spent at Mt. Zion A. M. .X church
with its great host of enthusiastic E-
deavor Leaguers.
Gilmore came last, where we bask-
ed in Christian Endeavor sunshine,
restful to soul, mind and body. Our
hostess. Mrs. W. F. Hawley: la Junior
superintendent for Northeastern dis-
trict and here is also the hoaMe t
Miss Maggie Gilmore, leader of he
Quiet Hour department for her dis-
trict The visit Included a fishing ex
petition in the 8t Johns river.
The Endeavor Journey ended Om
June 11th, after an absence ftr the
secretary's office for nearly elgat
weeks. Thankful to God for past fa-
vors, the new year of steady office
work is cheerfully commenced.
GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
Interlachen, Fla., June 15, Ift.


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