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 23, 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: VID03200
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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maaw
t3 00hettle cOatam-
''*k-00 up by'' Mr. P01ms- 'r.-*L

-thrwn Jaw the wmate
who was ahxoms to
.... 1 g Ivs the alle ed
1M~rg-4Xryadt-se. the voy-
^~~ -w^. ushmatT to thinewuntry.
, *t. t 1Wr, aceompamied
| r a b etL-.h hie again search.
JM 5 ete. The last heard from
h. mUa-Hta Puaar was In Jaly. 1-.,
'who e dnt a. masawg from Cape
t__ Thla--in that 'he would
L -o ft Se-o -eu f'om e- a" make

S 4 ,1W he s that he expected to be
P 0 lo-wJW.91 C -
'. *.- Ml C.N. SMITH
2 '* b. Wdpe Wme Has MJed Her
**l GO~~ a., Jua e U-t-Mr.: C.
J 3./; M w*a of the tee "Bill Alp,
magtab ^1 InM mt ed humorist died
Was won i"So in plerif
Opt-it was known to a great
gt o to -I v INrMait, especally on
s g *t.' fW a mamaer of yeny
the -.0dmd at Clearwater,
had a winter howe.

*C&OS MONEY

Ra~ g P Sle~ Plmiuees
a W J mm r e 2.--The etetoa oft
.' W V nlate the dkrectr-
*W it a mit Coast Railway
hIs eoatrolled by fen-.
1000w. the recent an-
f ie mew Snanciag by


. as i*H.iaele of at least
Sefh of lms wiN be abtherised
Sadumt J. P. Morgan & Co., will of-
o"r thN fr sale; a that these
.*atewUB Ihwam the fture act asna.-
'aka advissera and agents of the
l ain soG ft is adersteea
wla- be established


by the Florid Est Coast Railway
and certain ether roads, with which
Morgan & Co. are Ideatled.
ITAUAN CORRUPTION
Amerisa Vl- Wing the Only Dsoent
$pet AmIea te Rim of
tMsslam


Rome, June 2.-Wih the work of
sellef sad reco"-trraa still In the
hands of .nuaem an raftng ofB-
cdas the state of afairs at Manna
and throwgiht ths district ravaged
by the earth quake Tows day t re
borrOte. The mMay collected
-oft mahs hasb beem wandamly
Ane i with -mu results. The
distrem s shock -la the etmme,
and t' illams govenWment stands
supa ely by and mals little or no ef-
Otrt to remedy matte.
Out o the whole disgusting mess
of graft, greed and hideous laier-
ence to usleri the redeeming fea-
ture'see to be the wooden village
bumt for the suferms uder American
ausplcesMd ,wth American capital
PeIlC AT PINE


THE GLOBE'S


OFFER


We will give tothe first 100 ladies who. call at the

store and buy $1.00 or more worth of goods for

-cAhh week, one of these dust pans, provided

you cut out this ad or the picture and bring it


-,with you


DUST PAN


NEW WAY


This Dust Pan


Is maue tfel, ly japaedw and will last for years. It has

a ug- weel handle and works upon a swiveL When you ilft


It trm Ie fneor be dust


down into the cornoeop13 bottom.


No mrowe back- rld while levnligv up the rooms of mrn


Im". Agents'for the McCall Patterns


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ALFONSO'S NEW BABY
Lagranja, Spain. June 23.-Queen
Victoria gave birth to a daughter yes-.
terday. Tle birth of a princess is
particularly pleasing to both king and
queen, as they had hoped that thin
child would be a girl.

THE HEALTH OF YOUR HORSE
will be best promote-d-best preserved
-if you are ready to give the proper
renredy at the proper time. The
proper remedy for all strains, sprains,
or colic Is Perry Davis' Painkiller. The
proper time to use it is when the
trouble first shows itself. Be prompt
and you'll not only save the horse
offering, buLyou'll spare yourself
trouble and expense-maybe save a
long time waiting. You ought to
have a bottle ready. The new size
bottle costs 35 cents: one larger. 50
cents. Be sure your druggist gives
you Perry Davis'. 4
PICNIC AT BUCK POD


The tenth annual picnic will be held
at Buck Pond on Friday, June 25th.
All .. .,rw.ianllv yInv.Aton tttosda the


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e. Saw LI. UU Srigb Elo s
ie*l and Then Helped P e
the wedy i the
Truak
Ne York, June 2L-By comasmit
of Chung Slun, the dlose fried ef
Leon Lin the latter was the m -
derer of MKi mRie Siel. whose body
was found In Cm Gain's restaurant
and lodging house a few rights. ,a.
Cklosely qestioed by Distriet At
torney Jero SMai. who was arrest-
ed at O(lway. N. Y, and beiagn ba t
here, broke down and said that' he
saw Ung strangle the WrLi. He and
Ling theU put the body In t he Bttle
steamer trunk in whieb It was ftomd
and left It at Lag's apartmeatm in the
Sta does not knw or will aot tell
the wbrabeots of his friei a" d
confederate.
The well dreamed Chinama who was
believed to be Lom I Ung, and who
was arrested yesterday In gcbmeeta-
dy. turns out not to he lAng and tha
whereabouts of sth pposd mairr
bf the young woman Is as much a
mystery as It was yesterday. It i
now believed that the fllow bas gone
to some point on the Paciic coast. It
may be that he has gone to Vancouver
as the proprietor of the place where
the young woman's body was found in
Long's room stated.

ALONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT
unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or cold. W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Ten a.
Such exposure gave him a severe cold
that settled on bis lungs. At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies hut 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 folds.
stubbon coughs, nflamed throetd and
sore lungs, hemorrhages, croup and
whooping cough get quick relief "Bad
promppt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. 60c and 81. Trial bottle free,
guaranteed by all druggists.
DRIVEN TO THEIR DEATH


Twe Chicage Men P fer ed rewuing
to Being Rui Dew. by a- nagle
Chicago, June 2&.-lacing death ta
an awful form yesterday two men
leaped from a railroad bridge Into the
river and were drowned. The two men
had started to cross the river, using
. i the railroad bridge as a short cut.
They were part of the way across
when they heard a swift moving pas-
Sseger train coming. They started to
run but realized that they could not
reach the other end of the bridge. The
engineer did not appear to see the men
and they ran until the engine wa al-
most upon them. then they leaped ov-
erboard and disappeared In the water.
Several people on shore witnessed the
tragedy and put out In boats to res-
cue them. Nellber victim came to the
surface.


POOR MILK
Is often thought to be respoinable for
an Infant's loss In weight or general
poor health. The cause usually Is that
the child has worms. They get the
nourishment in the food and the bab
starves, actually starves ,Whites
Cream Vermifuge expels- the worms
and nourishes the child, sure and safe.
Price 25c rt all druggists.


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RARITY OF RADIUM
A Hundred and Fifty TheuMsal Dol-
lars for a Quarter of an Ouvas.
London. June 23.-The British Ra-
dium Institute, which was founded re-
cently by the generosity of Lord
Iveagh and Sir Ernest Cassel, has
given an order for seven grams and
a half of radium, which will eost
$150.000-equivalent to something
more than $9.000,000 a pound. It
would take over sixty times the quan-
tity to weigh a pound. This is the
large st order ever given, the biggest
hitherto being for one gram. Tffe ra-
dium will come from a mine nl Corn-
wall.


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PUT THE BLAME ON THE PILOT
Britain and Russia Will Have Ne
Trouble Over the Woeedum
lacI-de-A
St. Petersburg. June 23-The steam-
er Woodburn, which one of the eza's
guardships fired on, was nl charge of
a Finnish pilot, who apparently and
perhaps knowlingly trangressed the
regulations prescribing that ships
must sail outside a squadron anchor-
ed inshore.
The British embassy asked the min-
Istry of foreign affairs today for a re-
port on the affair. The report will
embody information furnished by the
minister of marine.
The czar has sent twenty pounds.
sterling, to the fireman of she Wood-
burn who was wounded.
STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
by Indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and (SI worth of medicine to
vain, B. F. Ayseue, of Ingleside, N. C.,
at last used Dr. King's New Life iS,-
and writes that they wholly cured him.
They cure constipation, billoumns.
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. tie at all drug-
gists.


MEXICAN HEIRESS KIDNAPPED
Mexico City, June 23.-Aurora Ar-
tapalo. a six-year-old orphaand
heiress of a million, has been' kid-
naped and cannot be located anywhere.
The police have arrested several
suspects among the relatives, all of
whom are wealthy but would fall heir
to some of the Arapalo mlliems If the
child were out of the way.

Sometimes you may be told that
there are other thils just as good as
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Plus.
That isn't so Nothing made lI as
good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder
6Pills for any ailment of the kMidnys
or bladder, which always results in a
weak back, backac. rhe nammae paSlM
eabmuatism ad aumrw disordlevr A


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sal medium priced and la that I m
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PAPER SPROgPAR1H
When the Times gets its new equip-
meat sallned the people will be In-
vited to --Inspect the heat arranged and
mIst ompege newspaper plant In
South Florida. The stereotype outfit
arrived dt week from cago, the
,r'n&otype the week previous from
Brooklyn and the big pre is expect-
e amhe Jattsr part of this week.-?am-
Thq Tmae is an ielMat paper, me
a t' N iet i W quality i the o0ntry,
atthe~~0ar rejoes to nte its prO-
perity.
ORANUGEROVE
FOR SALE OR RENT
A e-re orange grove, with
mphdld large tress,0 now Afied with
trit. Lloated right at depot sl the lit-
tie town of nSgle laS, eight miles
fthe Bartow and Sour t amee fro
Winter aym. lIre huse of 1to bIt
rooms, suitable r winter home of
hIarding hesue ad ean he kept lled
an the tima. a is scattered and
owners wl se very cheap. Apply or
witse M. L, MStar offce. Oenals, a:

Mi Mattle Odem went down to Is-
taehatta Menday aftarnoem.

LOWT-A bunch of eight small keys
em rtaM with y am o metel tal ta
ataed. Flder will be suitably re-
warded by returning keys to me. .L
14 Carney, tax ollector.
Masa.r' Bb Marshall and Jonas
snawa of Ohiawaa. were hiess

The racrptlom department is the
mala stay of any du.satore. Accuracy,
prFmpto- s a_ pure a du
have n- this department of our
Isainem em of the largest in the
entry Sad = year pa eriptlooaes

Mr. 0dMa. who e wit the Honme
Compau at Hldtle, pent Sunday
with his- mahr ad sisters la Ocala.
W. I& d the meemal melon
grower of Weiredale was in town
Tomeay.

The OeaMs News Co. are agents for

na at ypea Give us a trial.
lak ever ear line ef toilet prep-
atlem. We are qsuhe promu ot the
Ase stec. Pe"nmes, powders and
ma at the iner a ades. Tydlass &
ompamy. 4'
W"AHR FOfRECAST
Was tom. J um S-Local rains

Bear a mnda4 we earry a fua lne of
St- ds and Carter' Ina;: alas
fWuntaM p8 frobm $1 up at the OcalaS


ag -t a soamenst at the
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i msb to be a
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atI M.e r mlnied a twr at the
uw0"alt a eamt of a usrm
hby r Mr. Crmrel a week before
Wi agrgeg i w- M t the te d
peo tf t but towre s nowh-
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* serei o- am take ot-
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chwMh. r.o Gras" was dow, a Stw
d awowld ematracted with Mr. .
L. nsega I, thbe lumber for the builM-
beg of the m.

COVERS DENSELY.
LOOKS LIKE ENAMEL


"In all my enperienee as a painter,
I have never seen the equal of


It wil lnver m esw euufaes and cover
It better, tien sasythhg I have ever
med. Its fisalmd appearancembloo
low essiew C. I. Mason. N.P.

HURRAH FOR PURE PAINTI
Davis 10 "er- cent Pure Paist will
stand the test of the mast rigid tre
I&t law. For sale by the Marion
6" w oea M


by the auditor:
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Ortmdo........ .. ...
lake City........ ..
Live Oak.. .. .. .. .. ..

Tallahaaee .. .. .. .. ..


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.. 18.618.45
.. 17,.2.15
.. 354L 28
.. 10.9.25
.. 1284.02
.. 12.159.5
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MIONZE CASKETS THE LATEST
Smith Reberts Add Them to the
Seek of their EstaMishmat in
Tampa
Bromze is the earth's most famous
metal. It combines with a strength
that has never been equalled, an lm-
erviousness to moisture and an ar-
tistic coloring and effect that halt
made It a metal most eagerly sought
for In the manauacture of materials
where great resistance is necessary as
Well w for the world's masterpieces
of artistle sculpture effects.
Brouse now enters into the manu-
facture of caskets for the dead, and
O ita & Roberts, undertakers on
lorida avenue and Tyler street. -ave
the only casket of this metal ever
brought south of Atlanta. It has been
but a short while since the art of
manufacturing bronze caskets has ob-
tained nla the United States, although
Westminster Abbey's most inrestng
sepulchers remain Intact today after
centuries of wear by virtue of the fact
that they were made of bronze.
Per ps Queen Eleanor's body is the
first one ever interred in a bronze
eaketL She died In 1290. Six years
later the famous t. Edmund's tomb
was constructed of bronze, while in
13S. Richard IL had a bronze tomb
built for himself and his first wife.
These tombs are among old Westmin-
ster's most interesting sights, and In
spite of the centuries of wear, the
tombs are as perfect today as they
were when built.
Coming down to our own times,
President 'McKinley's body, and that
of his wife, now lie In bronze caskets
at Canton. 0. They will be an Inter-
esting relic for Americans centuries
from now. as It has been demonstrat-
ed that the bronze is Indestructible.
The bronze casket which Smith &
Roberts have is handsome In design
and finish, copper lined and satin cov-
ered on the Inside, while a handsome
beveled glass covers the opening at
the head of the casket
Apart from this casket, they have
fine caskets in stock that are models
of the casket makers' art; their grow-
lg ,business demanding that they car-
ry a large and varied supply. They
have recently added to their business
a French grey funeral car, which gives


R. D. FULLER,

DENTAL SURGEON
0ee Over Mirce ChamiNsW"'
ft*k.


OCA1IA, - -


FLORIDA


TERMS. CASH.


L F. BLALOCK





Office hours: P to 12 a. m : 1 to
56 p. m.
T3MRS, CASH.


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL WURGECN
Rooms 9, 10 ad 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.



CHA LS D. HULBERT, I. D.
iOMMOPATMIC PHYSICIAN AND
S The Munroe O
O-eaSt ond Floor The Munroe &


OCALA I AT THE HEAD


of M forN the VYw Ending
MnW 31, wIM
Oeala Fila., June s15. 1909.
AudItor for the Postoflce Department,
WaMuamton. D. C.: I
oIr-Win you kindly give me the
petal receipts of the following named
esMes for the year ending March 31st,
1M? There is a little spirit of rival-
ry between some of these offices as re-
gards the Inrease ln business year by
year, and for this reason I make the
above request for which I thank you
nl advance. Very respectfully.
George C. Crm, Poestmaster.
The following are the figures given
fPstmaster Crom in reply to the above


Ymt Ltb TMl
Do I" Sup weak, 1rte 1 1 deepe1g1111
bave Ireqt n heade ska, con se,
Muer or bd tases I morning, *heart-
bar. tbelel of gas, ad rt s i
threat alter eating, stmaeck aw a
barn, M bea"th, dizzy spells, poor a
variable appetite. asei at t and
kindred mptois?







ciale t il*er .ia tomamh teed
bowel regulator mad nerve stringthema*
The *Goldem Medial Dilmvwy s Mat
Spatmet meldinm or eem ostrum a
fullest of Its igedlemts being printed
m Itabsttl-bwrappw and attested ande
oath. A glace at Its formula wi show
that It eotaisn a alcohol, or harmful
halbt-faineg draan It Is a ac extra
made with pmre, triple-refined glycerisn,
of proper strength, from the roots of the
following native Aterican forest plants
viz, Golden Sealrot, Stone root, Black
Cherrybark, Qnm's oot. Bodrook t in
Madrake root.
The ts.Uw leases mednceal su
smooW a hot of oe. extol the tomnses
nowfr the mWor Juslt w h laents as the
Lglodeeso Med. (Co ee PhlLaPe

.aWeJodoIt .eD U -MiT.oCPa: 'lv Edi.tl
It HalfL It X.X of Hahoemma Ibd.Co


N. Y.; PMu. Finley lliynwood.l.D Author
at Maeisa Medie amnd Prof. na Benestt Medi-
cal Cona slc n d name and ad
re oea Ca to Dr. R V i. Per. Ba-
taio N. K T iat eflwe .ft booklet c'v'n
extraeBB mwritin of all the above ied-
cal atbors eand mmy otber emdosni t tinM
Strongest possible terma each and ery e*
Ugradient of which *OoM MeiCal Di
O PtMerc Pleasant Pdle e wegai ame
lnvirate tomch.e liver and bowelt They
be used In Coeuncctou with Oldes
s Diove.ry Iow Um mnuhe t=om'


them a complement of two of the fin-
est funeral cars in the state.
Thoroughly competent and having a
splendid staff of attaches, Smith &
Rdberts have built up a deservedly
large undertaking business. Their
motto, if they were to have one, should
be "kindness, courtesy, efficiency and
promptness."-Tampa Times.
Lovers of baseball will please re-
member the games of ball that will be
played at the park tomorrow, Friday
and Saturday between Ocala and Cor-
dele, Ga. The Georgia team played the
Oak Halls at Gainesville yesterday and
went down in defeat by the slender
margin of one score.


The world's most successful medl- Omaha, Neb- June 22.-None of
cine for bowel complaints is Chamber- John D. Rockefeller's money will be
lain's Colle, Cholera and Diarrhoea accepted for improvements on the
Remedy. It has relieved more pain athletic f61d of the University of Ne.
and suffering, and saved more lives braska. That Is the decision of Gov
than any other medicine in use. In- ernor Shallenberger and Chancello
valuable for children and adults. Avory.
While the hand of Bryan has not
been shown, It is the opinion tiM b6,
The following representatives of the influence has been felt, as he defeated
thrifty Coleman farmers and truckers the plan proposed two years ago whea
were in town Tuesday, namely: Cliff the ll king offered to give money to
Bridges, Mr. Tankersley Ed Curring py for the ng offerection of a bild on
ton and R. C. ussell. who n the cah-ay the campus, the only condition being
bage and tomato crop are all to the atit should be known as iockefeller
good and wear that usual Coleman Hall
smile that will not wash off.


To avoid serious results take Floey'.:
Kidney Remedy at the first slns' of
kidney or bladder disorder such as
backache, urinary irregularities, ex-
haustion, and you will soon be wel!.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy today. Sold by all druggists.
W. H. McRainey, the factor In Wild-
wood's progress and prosperity, was
In town yesterday and said Wildwood
was to be congratulated that in its
history of 25 years it never had a case
of typhoid fever.

There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city then we
carry. Come In and look It over If
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.
John Juhan, our popular and es-
teemed druggist, has been laid up sev-
eral days with chills and fever, to the
regret of his many friends.-Crystal
River News.

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.
Capt. Lytle came In yesterday from
Georgia, where he. spent several
months. He stopped over to see his
son. who Is in the hospital recovering
from an operatlpn for appendicitis.

5 or doses "066" will cure., any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.


SEABOARD AIR LINE
EXCURSION


RATES


ChamblisBank Baqding, O ulamm i a u g, $20aO--Nashville, Tenn, and return.
M ho 222 Re a V. B. I., June 6. 7, 8, 14, 15. 16. 28.
tphOM-Ofl 222; Rsmldee, 29, 30. Limit 15 days. Extension
221. Sept. 30. Stopovers.
OE0B HoIrs-9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 1525-Tmaloesa, Aia., and return.
p. i.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. U. of A., June 8, 9, 12, 14, 19. 21, 28.
-. _July 3 Limit 15 days. Extension
Sept. 30. Stopeovers.
SM- LANE $1&.25-Koxvill, .Tenn., and return.
P. E. M c LANE Ss. SJune 20. 21. 22, 26. 27. July 3.
10. 11. 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
-a 4 M SK IM sion Sept. 30. Stopovers.
$12.40-Athens, G oad return. U. of
G., June 26, 27, 28. July 3. 5, 10, 17.
Qanral Practice Cals Made Promptly Limit 15 days. topovers.
Night or Day $18.70Mentele and Sewanee, Tenn,
and return. M.-W. & M. P., July 1.
P Atntio. to btetrics, Di- 10. 17, 23, 24, 30, August 14, 14. limit
pial Ateti to Otetri, Di- Sept. 5.
sem of Wem-s and Children $17A.-Asheville, N. C, and return.
K. of K. July 8, 9, 10, 11, Limit July
Offiee: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building. 26.
Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 333; $215-Black Mountain, N. C, and re-
esodeace, No. 323. turn. Y. P. M. June 30. July 1, 2.
OCALA, FLORIDA Limit July 28.
OCALA, FLORIDA $54A-St. Paul, Minn, and return. U.
-- E. July 3, 4 5. Limit July 31.
-55680-Denver, Cole, and return. N.
E. A. July 1, 2, 3. 4. Limit July 30.
EquiTble- Stopovers.
Stopovers.


Foley's Honey and Tar is especially
recommended for chronic threat 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.,
A. M. Bobbitt. the yunmg and sue-
ceasful merchant of Oak. was In town
yesterday and made the Star an ag-
preciated calL He said all things
considered trade was good. Mr. 8.
is building up qufte a trade In his see-
tion and his store Is the eexhange,
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set of men that are elected Ub ay 3 ,
I* to see to the welefae t tpe Mini
e*ld be as angleetfu. As baf .
reason, the first duty for themt per.
form W naturany to we to the hbamb
of the town. TbhaveaI healthy tona
you mst- bhve lClean l toan What
do you Sad by going If say destiea
you happen to start from? Bew or
barrels where the peop- an rm
to deposit all swee a M G S Oir'-
eumaw-tIm., stadaml on s wa0,
or In front of their bhoses, mad
sweltering in the sna for an ,mes
two or three days before crated as
by the scaveager. Tea go west from
the square on Expeettba street, y m
come to the ditch, and yea wf he al-
most overpowered by the teach aris-
ing from that ditch. This diteh carries
off half of the sewage of the twa.
This alone is enough to earry Ot ha
of the people with typhoid fever.
Now we come to the biggest ull-
ance. the REBERVOIR. The last the
it was cleaned was all q sven
years ago, when some dead
were taken out of It. Now. Mr. editor,
when you take water from the deareft
spring and condense it and let it tatd
for a few days a certain pareentase f
sediment will setdleat the bottel
How much sediment do you nsppoe
you would find in the reservoir, which
has not been cleaned an sevem years.
Analyze the same sediment and yeO
win find a great seleetie of a-miereoes
of all kMads-mast of It la typh"d
germ. There is the dA M- for tmh
health of our town. and you, the
mouthpiece of our people, should ex-
pose all these dangers: wake the town
council and show them Wis high time
to take action to prevent an e*-
demic. L. I

Sunny Jim Roblnson, the popular
shoe man, has at last .x-cceeded Ia ee-
curing a passenger train service from
Ocala to Tampa. Mr. Roblaeon has
worked on this scheme for years aad
finally the officials of the Atlantie
Coast Line have granted him his
heart's desire. The train will be a
great convenience to our people Teo
will see by the schedule published ea
another page that this thing of getting
up before day to catch a train to
Tampa will be a thing of the past. We
can stay home and eat breakfast, look
over the mail, and then go to Tampa,
have plenty of time there and return
for supper at the usual time. In be-
half of the people of Dade ClO' and
vicinity, the Star desires to thank
both Sunny JIh and the A. C. L. road.
-Dade City Star.

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returns were fair. -0 TNI

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LORTTO, (Near Manarla)
Boarding School for Boys Oonducted by tbhe Inrat S. JoeepL. Toung
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully alof! Paysieal, Intel
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J WETWel' the dersi.edIr , h W Ato
Ocala, hereby ame to ~ e our places
SM eet to-m-rrqw" itht. ,of business on ThUdaynu .af te.o.,
I- I P i between the hoPs of 3 mad # ock
R R E.I G 0 -for the same period that the ether
*L Emerechants of the city clone after I
V lw WM. Ad Carmichael went to Jack- oclock. provided that thlis lIas
--"b-ayI d Brick Cheese by all the drug tirms In the litt.
Signed: Anti-Monopoly Drwgstr,*
B askinm of Anthony. went down P ,uefort Chebl y H. w. WaJters; P' mf-ce Drug-.
KIh enmelon yesterday. store. by J. J. Gderlg;W W6 An1derB's'
SDrugstore: The 4 ofart Phermacy. ,by
Oak.. .-P S W Cill Te., guar anteed to Farmer Sa e A. J. Bek : Tydings & Co.. fo fewr (4)
Ml t *,, 1-- i i lus as d lB.PeST, ss I, e v wlk,, t p, .s. a ,
German Salomi Saiwage
Mr. A. J. DeCoasta of Gainesville is a A PRETTY CHILDREN'S PARTY
AMxII estof the Monteumaa. F".Ih Star Ham. and.
Yest-rday aft. rna-,n from 4 to l
Mr. Guy Toph of the Monteuma. Star Breakfast Bacon about o0 of their little friends spent
F wi. e has been quite fl for the last with William and Viryinia Mce lwalne.
f iT l ^few days., I much Improve d and was irn Each Week lebrating the children's birthday&
able to sit up a short time today. ,_ _,_ - which cam, in a few days of each oth- A
er. Interesting games that the ch d- UW'
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion. ren love were played and candy, lee .
at the Court Pharmacy. cream and cake was served to the ult-
SI tle fo lks in abundance. Mrs. Mcil-
Mr. and Mrs. %m. C. Carter of wine and some of the immediate
Grand Rapids, Mih., are guests of the neighbors assisted the little fo to
Sn aln House. enjoy themselves, which they did to
Iii.itheir hearts' content"
-i Mr. T. B. Ellis, Jr.Oand Mr. George v ti war. t vo !nte>_
SP. Log, of Gainesvile, are guests of ANOTHER NOVELTY REPAIa i A
the Ocala House. -- -
Get one of the little "Hidden Skel-



SMouse for a day or two with Miss morrow. Games called at 4 o'clock. strawberries, so hrry.
R Ith's grandmother. Mrs. E. L. Ma- Admission, 2a ce nts; grandstand, e
09 + a.Fcents. G rand stand free to ladles. Mrs. T. H. B ridge left today f6r the
.... tCarolinas. pripally Hendersonve,.
Mr. SCamR RaEw A ARt E a ,XA L ..L ,dMr. E f Brigance propbetor of where she will a sped the summer. n .
C'ARRIEE Dr. e. E. le ot Wildwood, the day for Kentlcky to spend a month W. G. Smith, an Anthony trucker Diykrs, wie eeUopy the e
lu udruggist of that place, Is gues t of or two. Mr. Brigance's health Is not and farmer, went down to Saford a the third 'ward., sethet
X &0hPL T1 lc On good rand he hopes a change will ben- yesterday to nspect the" elery a rms school me .
S G rns of a fi t him. of that sc tian. a D. e her A .
OeUR E Hous. Mrs. Saillc Bell Croom and son wh WANTED-A thoroughly competent old COL Was.. ass plac i ..
/ spent a week here with Judge and and reliable cook. No other need ap- Web wlth' r lake- tetm ed, Mb
J When in need, of stationery go to a Miss Daisy Bell. returned to Jackson- ply. Ho t.l DeKaiser. a-2 t feet. It is Mr. Melv a l iat
S. stationer. The O tala News Co. Is the ville yesterday., to laA It of_ _ldlg. __ _"
.-- , uonly stationer stmre in Oalla. ............... tn the condag whlae. -
U R NI TR a M. D. L th Mayor Klbler came up with his fam. o
'D r. P. E. Mor lette and Mr. MW. D. t Ily from Dunnellon this morning in h AiE C treator B. L ONlIAnbn ....
1 L 'A ND Bele of Martsn. are guestsi of the auto. et wall accompany his f amiy wo-st a er aa e a r Mr.
^"*^ *^ IN l" Mon-t-- to the mountains (if South Carolina oifor Mrs. J. -. De- ary.
e Oal ooand tn hen proceed to the la ska-Yukon *
dauto oliu of toilet articles and invites dootor Walker, an lme rime Ie ...... -'+
Pyot hr Itspection. IF O5Katod th-clr s w

MN. E R Daniels of Macon, is at the the merits of the Texa. wonder, you have a n M dly at l ro i i s
a la House. would never suffer from kidney, blad- tomorrow be d a large r / a '
Mr W. E. Taylor of Jacksonville is d n rheumatic tro uble. 1 bottletwo The t of Elel bu t
t i M rt of the Monte uma. or by mail., Send for testimonials. Dr. LbThe Hyoa oA h coett O
pE.n W. Hall, 2926 Olive St eetu SL Kead aek read Jast oatsde the c ity
Mr. T. MKlney. special agent Lous, Mo. NEW PICTURES rEV Y DAY limits are having a time.. Mr.
'V1 "r. Tn opesationperfDre ed So. ackon- ply. ptael agent Louis. M o., 160
m afor the New York Lite Insurance Co., Ioae were yM ola Imt
i^^B y.+_iiUrfS'1 **t SUwas tin town yesterday and today, a John Mt Graham is shipping his last Doors epen at 7:3 p. a dow sick with tever ad Mr. ikas. Lf
Mr. of the Ocala House. Mr. Mc- car of melons today. hmrni Is a cripple, they are? at &mlec-
S BKlantey will return to Ocalr in the late Music by the orchestra Between uAet able condita o Tihe lmg'f 3 h t- t
Sfall and loca te here or he win t a jW. Gates of Anthony. was a caller r e or '
-','e h- | .W he ay s f i the Bepst lad town in today. ld fOr is ia and prodld thesp with the m ediAko
lb"I ste and thethe most accessible., themes er il e. a. ..l.M
D l o.Mr. J. M,. Snowden tf Oxford. ws A COWBOW E PEM
M.rss.. ( e Hatchell will leave on i n visitor to the city today. THAT"S NOT RIGHT: WATCH ME Mr. spet the al 't
"-., .4 .. for De where she will vtia t with Mr. Northup and friend came up, to- tDOWNALL OF, THI BUGLARS 1 he t eams isa, 1e
N'. l .U.2A o[A.^ friS ends for awhile, and then go. on to day from Leenb ultrg in Mr. Northop's TRUST' be it ,men GeM G'orge ist
S,- abr.e to spend some tiqde. auto to have the same repaire. d at thle of an eeer as well .as a fal r s
Ocala Gas Engine Wrks. THE MAGIC GARDI. .*. '
,Ori drggist ame up today to take his, Judge mll spent the night in Dun- tT LAT FOR HARVTIN k ,w
S".- auto out of the garage. The doctor nelon on legal business. been spending some time I I ae
I i gu"the gathering of the year. There were 31 arrivals at the Ocalas.
Mrs. P. GILuerrant and two child- .. -o.NEWPCURSN Y DA. Y.M.n i, wt
r left today for Greenville, S. C.. Mr. Gilman Williams and Mr. P. M, -their..e.d iave b Mend. r as of e -r
.....a % waihere w they will spend a few week's Williams of ('rystal River arta spend-I NTH PR w ls
t ith Mrs. Guerrant's parents, Rev. and ing a few days in the city. guot. -f IMPROVING THE PRO several week str
swum Kn wl.t oMra. NE. P. Davisi From y tre tnrcy the (.hala House. erh -eriBtdnltaee
.... X Ve e oLA rs IN U : o tuerran. pt-, ad and Mr -obsrt Thagro Te't-dlkk w the imt ru,vennt II ,he two- ,nee 7 se the y iBis A
wail andlgocato hWim fore a .n ateron r.t r.L. hWu., Gren has rtoinlytt mah ,, .a
W fd w lMrs. 1. 0. Guerran In the fallr tkhey a guest of his dnarents eerday and of the city markt. H practiy re teerai "l


('itls. steps and a four-foot, ret iting wall, eles Mh t City. Tyngs & Cs : '
S Everyone I cordisally invited to at- and an ornamental cement fence made
tend the pilau and lee cream supper At the meeting of ''ulula odge last of bloOkE. Three cents will a yes Nr ten
Em l rl iat the home of Mr." A. P. Moore on night. Messrs. R" V. Hendricks and D. hour.. Get one of those ?P-b Ms .rw
Thursday night, July 1st. Given for H. Ostern took the third degree and HOUSE FOR RENT tinghouse ans from UM W. Tucker. et i e a
h l a W "* the beneft of the Baptist church of were admnlittd to full membership.
ifD er Anthoay. Nominations for officers were made A new seven-room house for rent, If you lhave yourself, call at the m'
and the semi-annual election will be on Daugherty street. Apply to A. G. Court PL.r,.acy and ask to se the very du
Mr. L. K. Yonce of the tar. return- held next Tuesday evening. Gates. new anfety rarT. -US T'be
ted this afternoon from a few days
saiwlfinr to isrendg a thanqke. theos REXALL INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS Mr. R. Hai has astr e a
"LM esb-o.r... theout anwfi
-nncbefor akf akthbeandge Bltom tet n isigtIngDun- electric lighLs. Thesc shtde incrase M. B I a vll i
fale caught 40 ne fish, trout an the baby who .,en visiting wi our light power 7 per en try came me with y, i
hge bream. Every morning the oc- friends on the east c tyoao-u r. lhpe 7 pr cent.ci ..... a
ht H.,... W ~T' cker. 41he elctr, s ""the


p,Y ZAK,^ .*. .. cupats of each boat that goes out. fl l m M a Ms ere 3 rt taw tosw ui sp
b* ring back from o0 t 50. The lake A new line of popular priced booksyl retuated from a visit to frita
dwellers are certainly having a n "o ust in at the Ocala News Co. o k *_, Bellevew oand wa aisttho ab at- d .
.time. We j .-mos1f Sulisite line o thei sta theas eMxqusi eti o
iKUI-' RC & EUM ~REXALL fancy imported China l nmany dif- clas remained It a r
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is _____ ____ ferent pieces. mo of hm l
.. '. ts prescription department. pure Drugstore. A. B. Ialsell, the eterprsl g ye.
drugs only are used, which are select- fannrmer and trucker of Oak, was is Mr. Wa -l e
...".- ed by men of experience. Belle Meade Sweets RE X A L own yesterday. we- egi m
4 SC AL AND JJ K D Mr. and Mrs. Perry. Miss Mae Perry 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING of the Lnni
', wit p 6 ma W t tJ Jb-Iron. St el, Bra Copper. Zln. and Mr. Charles Brabham went up to -will hold
Baglag barrels, Leather, Jt; old Engines, Galeaviille today with the remains of | uCh dHow s tht. This Is, not an auto- the forth Snday in July. To adve'. M -0. L.
1 ,'r slte r a a C ed-had or seaMI altd pay the e the baby who died yesterday, and SI rFt a mobilee, but one of those new 8-inch tise it Pator Rogers n M s e plilr 4S
Ml w Ar senia. Write or call on 3 and8 let me know bOrted the little body in the cemetery "erATS AI"* westighouse electric fans that I congregatio will give a Mg -'lenm l, Sassl S
ltE'e& Mw o it.t is Ip that city this afternoon. have just received. Let me place one and everybody is lavited. n gSol! ?
.. .- D and Ms W ior two of them In your home or on -M l W. C. L
tee ariDr.s, and Mrs.WPoHPo wesestaId yourdk. H. W. Tucker, the elee- Dr.M s of Mcno w the sA
mother, Mm. P. E. Harris. returned S trlcal supply man. city Tselay. He d t i t Me i-
: llnight on the o'clock train from Will J. Edwaris, of Irvine. but one ing eresty of b luyig a Mls3-ll sa t
Tryon. N, C. Dr. Powers stood the of the shining ex-mayors of Ocala. tomobile a WaltepTemag tek hir theaMl .
tethan at any time since he left: Court Pharm acy mother. Mrs. Judwn Edwar :4r. doctorI h t ,, -
h e' We hope Dr. Powers wilt on dwrds aid they were stl busy
be able to be out in - -- shipping melons and the season would PtL
prove a very satisfactory one. They
116" ,. l N ., B. Davis a Co. of Jacksonville hado 100 ears in this favorite crop. A
Sa lk typwrter ribbons., 7 -cOd Things -
"t each; hST." per domes, TO HARNESS REPAIRING
Dr. Stollenwereh. of Jacksonville. T EatL All kinds of harness repairing, neat-
S -. < was" here yesterday in consultation Iy and skllfully done at reasonable h k
*SMf li bes-e m*et lor with the local doctors about Mr. Ben PARMESAN GRATED CHEESE prices. also saw filing. Ask for Mr.n
a tion t to the wants of the g Rheln*i's e" c. ROYAL LUNCHEON CHEESE Simons at Tompkins and Cobb's Lv-
M lb d The Knights of Pythias nominated CAMEMBERT CHEESE
their otficers Monday night for the IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE William Turney. who has been visit-
by I$ W k 4 6*. eomng term and as their is opposi- ROQUEFORT CHEESE ing his daughter. Mrs. Mathews. at
.AISM PROPRI tRKa OCALA '" ,oand the election wil take place ^o c e CDouble Sink. Levy county, returned r
until after the election. C. B. PICKLED WALNUTS
JUNKET TABLETS Miss Holley, who has been visiting
S Mr. -and Mrs. L 4 Alken' who spendt SPANISH RED PEPPRS, 10 and I friends in Tampa, returned home to-
gg several months In Polk county, re- Cent Tinas. day and is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
turned yesterday and are making their *A nFav Bv erII f- C. A. Fort. who. too, returned trom a
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Toukcan cure it In no time hby acting
on your liver with Ballard's Herblne
Isn't It worth trying for the jlit.T
and certain relief yout- At all
drugistst ^"
LQUI*1 OMAN WEDS
. ER BROTHERS SLAYER


Alexandria, La., June 22.-After be-
ing acquitted on the charge of mur-
dering J. U. Crag, A. P. Hadnot was
married to Mrs. Emma Wlley. a sister
of Craig. It was in a dispute concern-
ing Mrs. Wiley that Hadnot killed
Craig. The wedding took place yes-
terday at Ttoga, La.
I* baying a cough medlcie, don't
be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There is no danger from it.
and relief is sure to follow. Especial-.
ly recommended for coughs, colds and
whooping coush.
SUICIDE PACT OF TWO GIRLS
Springfield.' III, June 22.-Prefer-
ring death to probable arrest. Jessie
Cole, sixteen years old, and Kather-
ine Bender, seventeen years old, ex-
ecuted a suIcide pact last night. They
swallowed a quantity of earbolic acid
when policemen called to investigate
a complaint made by members of the
Cole tamly. Both died an hour later.
Many of our citizens are drifting to-
wards Brights disease by neqle 2tin'
symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble which Foey's Kidney 1-tme y
will quickly cure. Sold by an drug-

SHOT DOWN IN THEIR FIELD


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SLACK HAfggR SET 8ACK ThE
Pm.. d a Steel lm. 1. t sem
ladeise Man and Reesiwed a 3.llet 1 A
huind Sf Mum
Ory, lad., Jme 2.-Frauno Abol-
p. was abet and probably fatally In- ^
-w by James Serre lo Sorreul- Ops late the L
o's psee of business here .yesterday. o
Abolpo entered the place with a Black Oers the ve
Hand mote Ian h and wheb he say skild workmen
to oell. The note demanded workme
osy to be paid within Ave day on pliSnes. S1tric1iy
penity of the death of ferreullo and fans eleette ma
bis wife. After Sorreslo had read the Bet DR--g Wa
mote the bearer oa the letter made a
maw toward hie hIp pocket. Sorreullo VICEIUT C. BET
this.a.sg the man was about to draw
a revolver got his own weapon and
-hot the man re timeIR &
GATHERING IN THE GAME' -v .
Te Uessvsl Party is Kiling and FUNERAL
Capturing any Denise or the
Afrian jmkngles.-^x
Nashabs, British East Africa, June D. Melv.er
22.-All mneIier of the Roosevelt ex- u1ades
pedittlIo at preset In camp on the
Loletta plains, in Sotik district, are in Fj Cakt a
excellent health. .
Theodore Roosevelt has shot anoth- All work done by
er lIe., while a very large tawney- ern and full]
maned ieo ha~ allen before the rifle ,,, ,,
of Kermilt. Thin saulal holds the ------
record for slae on the present expe-
dition. Kermit has also killed two
chetabs. In addition, the party has IAflf Uflm
secured three giraffes, two eland, six WVUW8U U
topi and a large number of minor _
aateope. All akins are betig pre- Commee. Wi
served for the nltheoanian Institute -
~at W-tk. Bldle workmel
teutlom to all. S
EXPRESS COMPANY ROBBED children. *
Green Bay, WiS., June S2.-Two
armed bandits entered the night office ELECTRIC
of the United States Expres Com- T AXD Ca
pany here last night and compelled .v. AW.-.
the man In charge to open the safe. A. --h
I& A. ITER

LOOKING ONE'S BEST -
It's a woman's denIght to look her GE D
bet, but pimples, skn eruptions, sores OR- n
and heoll rob life ? joy. Listen' pladTlc"i, 1
Bsdies's Arnica lalve cures them: P -RAC WICAL
makes the skin soft and velvety. It ,i *
glorifles the face. Cures pimples, sore Special attention
eyes, cold sorem, cracked lips. chapped Baces, boiler I
hands. Try it. Infallible for piles, ovens, brick k
c at all drugsists. ovens. If your b
asu it should, sen(
FLORIDA MAN FINED doctor.
Al Work
Hemi' Life Desn't Seem to be .,
Werth Much in New York Sta. No distance to
Buffalo, N. T., June 2.-Enoch L. too late to resp0
Cordery, of Prt Meade, Fla.. yester- ae.
day was fned $26 by Justice White A""A
Is the Supreme Court on his plea of -
geulity of *",'*nghter In the second
degree. Cordery shot to death Harry L PRE C
Carr, of Syracuse. In a rooming hose UNiALnS
here last Christmas night. In passing Fga
sentence Justkce White said he be-
lieved the case should go to a Jury, Rates reasonab
but Ia the absence of a Jury trial be ed and cleaned c
did not feel Inclined to Impose more delivered promi
than a One. work not called
"Nbe sold for charge
A VITAL POINT '
The most delicate part of a baby is
Its bowels. Every ailment that it sut- sl
fers with attacks the bowels also en-
dangering in most cases the life of the i
inant. McGee's Baby Elixir cures i
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange- i
meats of the stomach and bowels. At
all drngs'$.
TWO DESERVED PARDONS
.eergia Girl Will Wed a Man Who I
Went t thUe PanitItiary for Her. Bs ,
Atlanta, June 23.-The governor has p, ,
issued a pard to John Blassingame E U l
of Murray onty, a case in which he
recently declined clemency. Blassin-
game has served seven years of a life
sentence for the murder of one of his Iy |
young associates as the result of a
quarrel which the dead man begun by I|I "
throwing some object at a girl in l -- r
whom Blassmingame was Interested. S P s
Blassins ame will marry the girl who OCALA ICE Al
was the primary cause of the quarrel.
The governor has also pardoned John kWf'IEl
F. Brooks of Hall county, who killed Pho
Jack Collins for using his mother. _. .
~ THE BIG HEAD I A
Is of two kinds-concet and the big I
head that comes from a sick headache. w I.
Doe- e ar o wa vr feel lIko a so1nVd II _H


inmmuau RSTER OF R~~

I **Dr1rnKtoes l. Jam 1 1IL
I lP To the *dlter Oeal B r:
The Interest aMr d thr heI t-
seouthland steme span the ,eg
bobby ct the Oea re-uanm ef od trbu..n t es
me. at Mempibs. aa hemni ta.- Me
y best service of It true that many of these hetos 9
with modern ap fast passing to the Qr-Lpsln
sanitary. Electric prompts me to heewith l s yei
, e. with a few reminsemia S t e Ma
ter at All TImes ric Dragoons, and a eas-e ia.
TIUBH, s ter of ofcers and mer whe lo---a
B- -- ---( -*
this command. Nip samie ofI
old comrades are still lving withM
E i f V the borders ot old Marle, ad, seeia
RACIAl this, will recu faces Mn ong rime.
forgotten and memories of these dans
1MRFCTORS ofthepast
This roster, of the. Marlea. Dram-
i EbUISn goons is furnished from amery alom,
Af K. and at the time of e mst I wan
takers. a sixteen-yearold boy. tWe were mm-
tered into service Om September th,
-I hita] P~hSS 1801. at Fernandnas, Pim., an the Ma-
rion Da d after Ugg.
lieeased embalm-, srv b Cmay
rruaranteed. months service becae CImSS C,
Second Florida Cavalry, Colosiet Cf
roway Smith, commanding. We serv-
ed throughout the war a- ich ml
Ralu shAn most of the wtIe n floriM.. We task
MInDUIOUU7 part in the battle eo Ol-tee, Dee-e
Bridge, and Is the battles ia ml
Ith the Hotel OCee around Gainesville.
Below follows a list of the ocers
n and courteous at- and men as we went late service.
pedal attention tMost of these have oIc aisce passed
-over to that beautiful parade grond:
SMASSAGE beyond the stars, and thoe who are
OLD WATER left will soon relmforee them:
O0.-s
ICU wmlil~ ,-lim A. wn ctan
Ien. Prrielor W'llam A.. Chambers, first leuten.
--------"- at.
Samuel -F. Rou, second *eutmnt,
SF|X Abner H. McCorniek, third lieates.
F! -

BRICK MASON Henry C. Price, first sergeant
e Buck Work Adam Rou, second sergeant
n to repairing fur- Samuel J. Dupuls, third sergeant.
tting and Dutch F etcher Kiang, fourth sergeant
ilnas and baker's Jame Strain, rst corporal. ,
oiler doesn't steam .
d for me, I am the John Feaster, second corporal.
Henry Young, third corporal.
Guaranteed Robert McClure, fourth corporal.
o ate ana no hour Dr. Passley, surgeon.
nd. At the Carlton Rev. J. B. Ley, chaplain.
Privates
PLORIDA James Alsabrook, Mage Absabrook,
-- Mont Atkinson, Tom Bradford, aek
Burlack, Dave Black, Steve Bevell,
K8811 CLUB pre Brook John Broo Virg
_- Blltch, Tom Boulware, John Boat-
r, Pr et wright, William Connell, AlIer Clr,.
le. All goods press- Dolph Cervado, George CIP-bertlihe,
n short notice and William Coleon, Barney Coleos, Wills
ptly. All translent
for in 30 days will Cassady, Andy Cassady, Henry D -
es. ton, Charley Dickisom, Raymond Den-
ere, John Dundway, John Edwards,
Woods Ellis, Mose Gunter, John Goran-
-lr to, Ni^ Gu'addlck. Wes Gqaey, Wil-
-i lIlam Gunter, Tom Hawthorne, John
Harris. James Harrison,, Robert Hall,
i Jerry HarvelL Emmette Johnsos,
SJ James.Jones, Dave Jordan, Tom John-
hesdJ~iI son, Wviam Knobiock, James KI-
gore. Hugh Klnsler, George Kensedy,
SB. Lovell, Ed Lewis, Rube Lumplen
tjA_ William Ladford, George lee, Miles
Mixson. Ben Mixson, John Ms roe,
SSet icf John Miller, James Meateer, Dave
... Moody. John Mathis, John Mmills, Mose
west^ Pti/le Marsh, Dan McLeod, Andrew New-
.... .. som, Pres., Nix. Heatb Ovens, Aleck
r- e Price, James Parker, John Perry, Tom
Perry, Joe Ruff, George Ruff, Sam
W AGON Reddick, Wes Roper, William Shettle
SDi*plfld n worth, Tom Sisatrunk, Beltm Speer,
il rACIN IU Tom Sperry, Jake SUgh, John Stokes,
& TAYLOR William Stcff, Ike Stanton, Dave Tur-
ne .4. ner, Den Tucker, Wlliam Vought,
....... Mike Whetstone, Prank WIaeeehot.
Sherd Weeks, Ben WIiapL.Alggs

P i lWillis* Ifti
BI^ .woukrs very truly.
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"* w wsing Caaes ret for lnsoml. wta Just exactly the cause of your rleu-
~hlehl T bee afIie f(r over (wenty years .n.H,,. t vnu k 1 vo hive It
*d i ea -y th- C-eares. have iven e mor"* matism, but you know you have It.
uellette abny other remedy I have ever tried. Do you know that Blilard's SnOW UIn-
ahali~l-airnly twee-mmd ikben to my friend -. am. ._i
n, a eth ve so inted.' __ .. iment> will cure It--relieves the palm
Ties. T lerm Kin. Ilnl. -reduces the swelling and Ulimbers
S the Joints and muscles so that you wIl
^TB es 1r be as active and well as you ever were.
m0 IS Price 25c, 50c and $1. At all druggsts.
y IirdiBR. C. avits & Co., of Jacksoville,
.vfwill sell any make of secoae-hadm
s CNtypewriter upon easy terms If destred.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
rHseems.Pa Male. h .T.mesonnI.6comI. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Ier S1lee, Week.M o Gripe. Mee. e.Me. rever -----
blbaI?. tabi> wrtai lei pa| c~ UO 81-.40-Athens, Ga., June 26 27. 25.
ater Reedy Co.,Chico or N.r. 9, Li mit 15 days. Extepsion to Septem-
*UIIUIL SILE1 TEN HBL SBOXEl ;ls~.-Knox'vt e Tmi, June 3. 31.
2,-2, 22 27. Limit 16 days. Extesm
S--ion to Septemser 3. SILpr.eis.
A I3V AUTTI' D1I $(.90a!-Nashville, Tenn.. June C, 7. 8.
L JI .l 14,. 15. 16. 28, -S. 30. Limit 15 days.
Extension to September 30. Stop-
r c ia over..-
L. P$15.25 Tuscaloosa, Ala., June 1$, 21, 28,
ARPENTERI AD BUILDER July 3 and S. Lmitd dae. Ea'
wgqw, an mgl .~g w-I -.. tension Sept 30th.-" .
Careful estimate made on all 830--4104U--4.e Angeles and aso
contract work. urves more and bet. Francisco, on sale various dates
Limit E tober IL VariablJe
ter work for the money than any Iand st opoverVarlMe
other contractor in own. $95O-Seattle. Washington. VariaMe
_--- -Y routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
S$1&7.0-Monteagle and Sewnsm .
L. CTen., July 1, 10. 17,t 23, 24 39, Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
5. Stopovers allowed.

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of 3r Limit. July 17th.
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