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 24, 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: VID03201
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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ed gasm1 te sasuce, yester-
dayr tmalebninghome.
Sf Pt othe. i1.. a k and Trust
0 0 i m theb. eet of Frt Worth,
at- Simi. lb mumr ad emaped.
S*ury a u the ea udarte
a-sg s-ed ts TMee ti years. cashier
tA i0* was ates in the banke


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-06. "fthe ha o w a"revover.







Slater hat the robber oad dtay

+ ibo0 wARolN ,tnfTY m AME o LAWh

11114A ACT to Flate s the untin of
.,- .Deer, eMplrdQ and seslireg anda
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.he oletd y h Le iclat ie five
e 1. Thabut therom andbber after the-
rm age of this Act It shall be, onlaw*
Brll say pertage or perons to heat.,
SUAt, wo-d trap olet or kW'L Wth-

R. e ey (on the l.t day o.

W, e. t -uae bhe unlawful for any


\fM rtle dows tave from the irt
t *lad Gaie toin the ounth day of
-0 i e Ia Ushlv be untl Ter for ny
T -i'hera and Provmet. catch for
a- F Permitowo4e-resIdents
















a m ele dr wbythea the county of
S, MaI w 6ate of Florida: ae only
ec thn 1. That from and after to the
S 6ee A 4 S tt sha be tshalawfl before nlaw-y








t f or npeo rra to het, or o'er forb
4606 wountrav molest or kL. with-















S l, wthot tl Marion, taty of Marion
S amay o nd turkey, quail or cat







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Umobekte 26 the as day of March of
ON O W i oiyear.







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20; me a eaers. within the county of
tNSI state of Florida, any one
:..T a gM ^ more than ve wild deer,t
R e tha r wild tap tor khll any
m-e do e save from theis
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4[ taty gea an amore than two wild
S of mere than teero wd ta nor
S their I oetMeunlawful for any one
Say1re theae forty toaut, cah more









ow wd deer. nor more then tweyty
SthbMo actf Irt hall e aelawon
fle'te Ot day of Novembero to thrap
a aat or kllbeunlawful fo qurrelany
@ae withi the ounty of Marion, tate ofn.
atlet o it ori o1e lawful within said
e er it Marion, witate o Intentiod
Of seinag the ame. any wooid d*ck u.
lt day e Api o ach at. d eery
See. S. It salbe unlawful for any










Se ho peruse tor kill, or have In
lnb %Ie withiont thoe Mcunty of











gu-y er Martuek any aalde mentiaone
M theru Mag ve wid turke, nor shall










Sme wiount kIlt or have Ilea his
;May qau tiem of hte, her or their
-Mrmere than tPereo ld turhe as; am










M t Thad county, and paytr the
i.am wardes the law of ue dowi


IWO. d leeet from him a reeep
radme-god I peiW t to hunt in Sai
06M Iwo. P-t haU be in writ-
I hrY the Same warden. and
-- ml the peron named therein
to bet aMd 1 game within a
-0 131r u ds In a"d duringthe sea-
W. a provll fdoe m secttio 1. L 3. 4.
II. O a 7 f thiS act: and IValU per-
-' hm Img sCeh permit hall hunt
s Om, *aV be notlfY the
*. -i walm of the number of days
,eh di ,. In lneaes of eno, and
0 o tde" sd pay to hmn one dollar
vw or o r mir day is Orwm of tea:
0dsd, ohat me permit shall be givm
r etf tge Wday. And so pe-
s sabs givte said notome.
49 1 aAIg df aaesmt for more
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t ml h a smed In such
$I "*.hW at th ad--

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THE GLOBES


SPECIAL


OFFER


We will give to the first 100 ladies who call at the

store and buy $1.00 or more worth of goods for

cash, tl4s week, one of these dust pans, provided

you cut out this ad or the picture and bring it


-with you


This Dust Pan


bIs a sle, highly apued, and will last for years It has


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"TU urkelng Store of Oeala, Floria"






.TE GLOBE

"R It a Good Thing,, We Have It"
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this act a person or persons not per-
manestly reading in sald county of
Marlon shall be deemed and held
no-residents of said county.
See. IL All laws and parts of laws
In conflict with the provisions of this
law are hereby repealed.
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MONTEZUMA H
GUY W. TOPH OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
Leae Csmerclil Itd Rates $2 Per lay


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FEI I II5 FEOf

Great in Siza bt Small in[ i ,.
Shert Suppliee of Asmasmido
mid Coal on Hand.
Paris June 24.-The report of the
parliamentary commiselon which In-
vestigated the naval scandals In
Prance, has been turned Ih. It is a
scathing condemnation of the naval
administration for the pat ten yeam ,
and makes an astouding expoewue of
the deplorable condition of the feet
for which France has spent p$7,t,-
9 since 1M.
The M pages of the report are
filed with details 43 the inefbsey
resulting from the confuei and red
tape conditions that make rech
naval construction cost 26 per cent.
more than BnlZ h or German.
Perhaps the greatest feae of the
ezpoeure Is the lack of reserve coal
and amnmuftlon supplies at the va-
rious ports and arsenals.
One officer testified before the com-
mission that at the end of a naval
battle of elsx hours the *hlp would
find It Impoeible to repklensh and
would be virtually out of c.m.ismlson.
The com imlon recommended the
complete reomganfstkon of the de-
partment and the elimhnination or red
tape and the distribution of responsi-
bility.
ALONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT
unmindful of dampneMs, drafts, storms
or cold, W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Such exposure gave him a severe cold
that settled on his lungs. At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After using
one bottle." he writes, "I went back to
work as well as ever." Severe colds.
stubbon coughs. Inflamed throats and
sore lungs, hemorrhages, croup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. 0Sc and S1. Trial bottle free,
guaranteed by all druggists.
COLD-si Owan CHINESE


One Killed a White Girl as Coofly as
Though She Weo a Dogr the .
Other Lism-Oed U eeoerned
to Her Death Struggle.
New York, June 24.-Balted and In-
timidated by detectives, threatened
with prosecution and confused with
rapid-fire questions. Chung Sin. one-
time roommate of Leon Lng. told'
yesterday afternoon of Elste Sigers
murder. Under the terrible pressure
of the "third degree" the little China-
man admitted that he had seen the
body in Leon Ling's room, and that hk,
had tduebed It while It was still warm,*
that he had smelled drugs and had
watched Leon Ling's preparations for
placing the body In the trunk where
it was found, horribly decomposed.
last Friday night.
From the man's story, it is appar-
end that Elsie Sgel was first drugged
with chloroform and then choked to
death. She was killed apparently on
the night of June 9. although Chung
Sin appeared a little mixed in his
dates. But he says that early in the
morning of June 1l, he hard a
strange noise In Leon's room, adjoin-
ing his and, looking over the transom,
saw the girl lying on the bed with a
bloody towel over the moUth. He
pebsed through the room he says to ,
go out to wash his hands and as he
did so felt of the body, which was
still warm.
He went down to the chop suey
restaurant below and then returned tw1
the room. .n, in the meantime
had covered the bod with a blanket u
up to the chin and had pulled a trank a
to the middle of the floor. The trunk
Leon calmly emptying preparatory tO
placing the body therein. The rope
with which the body was bound was
lying on tUe floor at he time, accord-
Ing to Chung Sin. Once again he went
down stairs, maid Chung Shl where he
remained until Leon called him.
When he entered the room the body
was not visible, having been bound
with the rope and placed in the trunk.
At this point of the story, the Chi-
naman was asked If he had not as-


sisted Leon in putting the body In the
trunk. Chung Sin started percepti-
bly, but stated that he had no hand
n it.
"I did not see her no more." said
Chung Sin, "and when I asked Laon
how she died he said she had bitten
MgiT L her tongue and bled to death."
Ui a POOR MILK
JON K is often thought to b responsible for
Ink fb 0rd an Infant's los in weight or general
apo, r or health. The caue usually that
the child has worms. They get the
nourishment in the food and the baby
starves, actually starves. White's
Cream Vermifuge expels the worms
and nourishes the child, sure and safe.
SPrice 25 ct all druggists.
VICTORY FOR THE REBELS
SInsurget Albalm s Ham Wen a ag
Fight from the Sultan' Trwa..
Vienna, June 24.-It is reported
from Uskub, European Turkey, that
Gen. Djavid Pasha has suffered a se-
rious defeat at the hands of 14.000
Albanian insurgents near Petch in a
vain attempt to dislodge them from
a narrow pass. The Turkish loes is
S estimated at fourteen otfcers and SS0
men killed or wounded. Among those
killed was the Young Turk leader,
Klamil Bey.


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Sm emd etRld be made to met at
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me doeaw traIS ea'ty.
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FOR SALE OR RMNT
A ve-we mage gramo with
S g rgeN tNeW nIw sm wib
fruit. located right at deot la the Ht-
the -m et egl lNa ig eMight mar
msm martew mand toew msm bm
Whms Eavemyu arge houea of t big
eem, suletable fr winter hma of
beanie house ad esm be kept gled
al the ns& Famyol li t Mnere4 and
*wmma wil ael very ceaaw Apply or
write ML. Star el as. Oa1,. 11I.
PICNIC AT PINE
There will be a pieam ad barbecue
at P-e picnic1ume& IWday, juSy
"i some of thme iset wratIrs t me
state wO be preheat. Teou are invited
ad hope you will give oteice in your
paer. COaNR=tee.
IP YOU KNEW
the mrts of the Texas Woudir, ye
amid ve rsu ff rm hakimdy .b
deR at kemtie trouble. $1 bottle two
menath's h-*w-mt Sold by dIaglstsI
or by mall Bead for teatImoalals. Dr.
I aW. a, JM OUve Street. St.L
Leai Me.
: PICNIC AT BUCK POND
The tenth annual picnic will be held
at k d a day. June 2th
All are cordially invited to attend the
pleac. Bring your basket dinner,
m t your friends and metagbers and
spend a jolly day together.
wEvry Weaon Will be Iatmeresed
If yeo will d your name ad ad-
dres we will mal you free a package
of Mother Gray s Australlam Leaf, a
certala. pieassat berb and never ftal-
iag. If you have pals in the back.
arifary, bladder or kidnty trouble, use
this pleasant union of aromMic herbs,
isats ad leaves. All drn tsa sell it,
59 esat, or address The Mother Gray
OC. Lensr, N. T. 2
THE JULY AMERICAN MAGAZINE
"IJtt Mea freo the Gutter? Or, Re-
oew the Gutter?T Which" la the Inter.
rgative title of Ray 8tannard Baker's
article in the July American Masaine.
Mr. Baker draws mese Itereating
em paiMams between the work wf the
moeus MoAOey Miosleo and that
doue by Christ h t N -ew
Yorkt tr.
"The omfe a of a Rebellious
W If' Is a rin kaWbe humaa ndoca-
mesat wboh.will Iterest every marled
Mi aad MA mam m i this country. -
Other aqeolm-' features in this
momalme are: An article by JuHan
Street enUtitled "Car Comang," a de-
serlption of how aa automobie la
made ready ftor the Vanderbt Cup
Race; "Votes oW Women," by Pr.t
W. L Thomas who believes that ual-
veralm weor msuage In this eeaoun-
try is but a few years distaat; "Taft-
8so par," by -V a utr of ThIe PoW.
rs of a Sremuous PreaMdeat;" and
"Buying a Man's Arm." written by the
corepration lawyer who made the pur-
letin of a n unamsal quality is
coat ed by Olve migms Prouty,
LUnoea Calord, and Ulsabeth Good-
now, while everyone should ho ure to
read R F. Pet's delighttl story,
Good Gousisin at Bridge." which Is
ea of the beat yards that has been
punished i nsemie thee.
There aloe is Margarta's oul,"
ce waes mere abeorblc with
every Instal t, ltr from G.
with thir deUctfl chae m and
Partm Snowp" wmuh Its usual
of Inlretw material.

takl Pobleyrs Orino Laative for con-
ipuatlo., stemb and liver trouble.
as t 1wetens the itomeac and

ad t tho bowels and is much
to p and ordinary om-
tlrva. Why not try l yaes Oriao Lax-
adt today? Sold by a.n druggists.
The Omala News C. are agents for
the eelh sd .awbme gasses. We
ma St you. Give us a trial.
Look over our line ef toilet prep-
aratens. We are qmate proud of the
sea eof the a r grades. Tydla U &

aleys Honey and Tar I epecially
reemme.aded for chronl throat and
hmga troues and many suterera froes
Uroumate, asthma and cosuamptou


have found cedfort and reli by us-
lar leys Honey and Tar. old by

I. d Davies&OCm, of m sville,
headle la typ" riter atheas, TIS&
emeb: SM per doom
5 or w dees "MS" will care any
e o at Chi amd Fever. Price m2e.
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T/ FATAL HOUR
TMAV GA FIGHTING BUBLL


DOAPNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by lecal appllcal., as they measot
reach the diea portion etf the ear.
There is oly oe way to eursdeaf-
nassE and that is by constitutional
remedies Deafness is caused by an
nlamned condition of the mucuous
latig of the Rustaehlan Tube. When
this tube Is Inflamed you have a rum-
bling sound or imperfect hearing. and
when It is entirely closed, deafness 's
the result, and unless the Infnamma-
tion can be take. out and this tube
restored to Its normal condition, hear.
lag will be destroyed forever; aine
eases out of ten are caused by catarrh.
which Is nothing but in Inflamed con-
dition of the mucuous surfaces.
We wiml give One Hundred Dollars
for any ease of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hairs Catarrh Cure. Send for elreu-
ais free.
F. J. CflmiaEx & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
DUTY ON PINES INCREASED
The -duty on pineapples Imported
Into the United States has been fixed
at $S a thousand in the new tariff bill.
This is owing to the work of Senator
Tallaferro.


NATURE TELLS YOU
As Many a O Oala Reader Knows
Well


SEVENTEEN KILLED IN
A MINE EXPLOSION


T ST 5IE1PUN (X


Wahtam, Pa. June 24.-As the re- L'R-rM wieir .. -"
suit of *n explosion of gas in mine No. .... "m I"L .. .
4 of the iackawanna Coal & Coke Co. .. School for oy. Cod- '.te. the
yesterday, 17 miners were killed and, Boys from 8 to 14 years Rece-ved Caref t%~-.d.
1 l"red. With the exception of one. ,C o d S es. -
those killed were foreigners. W ith le"t "Mo ral and... .. ..T ins@6
few exceptions those Injured were Pool, Complete Equi.o mtI.n Scb.o*o i e
Americans. It was stated all the in-Rcration Rooms.
jured probably will recover. A ..,,.. n,-r ap- .-- -. -__ __ -


WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. June 24.- Lical show-
ers tonight or Friday.

ID fee OpTm TW n Mk
fAe & young bird and gWdp down wba-
Ver food or medicine may be offered YouI
Or. do you want to know something of the
composition and character of that which
you take Into your stomach wheth as
fI osor medicine?
Mot Intellient and sensible people
ow-a&-ys indist oa knowing what they
employ whether as food or as medicine.
Dr. Pkrce believes they have a perfect
right to usida upon sach knowledge. Sohe
publ hbm,- ad on each bottle
r, al are made of

S alre ebtied and undestood tines
are are stied and understood the


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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
Doan's Kidney Pins cure all kidney
is.
Mrs. Ella. Ratherree. living at 201
W. McCormick St., Galnesville, 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 friend 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
palnt had disappeared, and the kidneys
once more acted in a normal manner.
I am glad to give Doan'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.
Fbr sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fbeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York. sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
12*I--Athens, Ga, June 26. 27. 28.
LimIt 1 days. Extension to Septem-
ber S0. Stopover.
l2S5-K7noxvllle. Ten., June 20, 21,
22, 26. 27. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion to Septembe S30. Stopovers.
K0b--Nashville, Tenn., June 6, 7. 8,
14, 15,. 16, 2 29. 30. Limit 15 days.
Extension to September 30. Stop-
overs.
15.2 Tuoasloosa, Ala., June 19, 21, 28,
July 3 a S. uLimited 15 days. Vx-
tension Sept. 3th.
P8.Uh -9Ai5-Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 21. Variable routes
and stopovers.
OD--_Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$1 .79-Monteagle and Sewannee,
Tenn., July 1, 10, 17, 23, 24. 30, Au-
gust 12. and 14. Limit September
L. Stopovers allowed.
SSavannah, Ga: 45 Augusta. ha., .g
Charleston. 8. C. July 2nd and trains
to arrive Jacksonville before noon
of 2rd. Limit, July 17th.
5ML Denver. Colorado Springs, Pue-
blo, Colo., July 1. 2, 2 and 4. Limit
July 3mth; stepovoers.
0" St. Paul, MIna., July 3, 4 and 4.
LimIt July 2L
Fbr further Information call on or
write F. J. Huber. C. P. & T. A.: or
J. K ,lirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.


CASTORIA
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U&M~aMIDAM R sANE


1ITA4M Ashevllle, N. C., and return.
aeeount Dramatic Order Knights
of Khraan, bennial meeting.
Ticket on s ale July 8, 9, 10, and
11. Fleal limit July 26, 1909.
UIM-Nashrwin, Tea., and return.
V. RB L, June 6, 7, 8, 14, 15, 16, 28,
29. 0. I. U t 16 days. Extension
Sept. 99 Stopover.
9lm--Tuesalessea A s., and return.
U. of A. June 9. 1214, 19, 21, 32,
July 2, X. Lmit 15 days. Extensan
Sept. 30. Stopovers.
91.- Knexvills, Tenm., and return.
8. 8.. June 20, 21. 22. 26. 27. July 2.
10, 11, 21. LLmt 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept. 0. Stopovers.
$124-Afthese, Ga., and return. U. of
0, June 2$, 27, 2, July 2, 5, 10, 17.
Limit 19 days. Stopovers.
$184.1-M*st.. gl and Gewan*% Tens,
and return. M. W. & M. F., July 1,
10, 17. 22, $4, 2, August 14. 14. Limit
Sept. L.
$17A -Aedmhvl, N. C., and return.
K. of ., July 8, 9,10, 11, U.Um July
2L.
S-S.- lek Meustals, N. C, and re.
tura. T. P. M. June so, July 1. 2.
Lnait July 2.
4 44--t. Paul, Minn., and return. U.
SC.- July L,. 4. Umit July tl.
M3 s-D-enver, CeIs., and return. N.
L A. July 1. 2, 2. 4. Umit July 09.
Stopovers.
17MJ6--lek Meentain, N. C., and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12. 19. 2.6
31. August 2, 9, 16, 21, 25. Limit
Rent .L


rtie eeoat poman eenlarweek.
mas. Inrglaritles and derangementf,
giving rise to frequent headaches, back-
ache, dragging-dows pain or distress It
lower abdominal or pelvic region, aecom-
pealed, ofttlmes, with a debilitating,
pelvic, eatarrhal drain and kindred symp-
toms of weaknMs, Dr. Plerce's Favorite
Prescription Is a most efficient remedy
It is equally effective In curing painful
periods, la jving strength to nursui
mothers and in preparing the system
the expectant mother for baby's coming,
tha rendering childbirth safe and com
paratively painless. The -favorite Pre,-
mcriptio I a moot potent, strengthening
tonic to the general system and to the
ergase distinctly feminine in particular.
It is also a soothing and invigorating
nervine and cures nervous exhaustion,
nervous prostraticn, neuralgia, hysteria
spasms, chorea or St. Vitus s dance, and
other distresing nervous symptoms at-
tendant upon functional and organic dis-
eases of the distinctly feminine organs.
A host of medical authorities of all the
several sebools of practice, recommend
each of the several ingredients of which
*Favorite Prescription* is made for the
cure of the diseases for which it Is claimed
to be a cure. You may read what they
sayfor ymorl f by sending a postal card
request for a f m booklet of extracts
from the leading authorities, to Dr. IL V.
Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Ir-
stitute, Buffalo., N Y., .ad is wilU essI



R. D. FULLER,
DENTAL SURGEON
Oace Over Mnunroe Chandbis'
Bank.


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TERMS. CASH.


L F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
Wtf 0ver Comnerdul --k
Phone a11.
Ofce hours: to 12 a. w 1 to
STERM m.
TERMS, CASH.


J. E. CHACE


MENTALL 8URGECN.
Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.
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CHARLES D. HULBERT, I. D.
ROMBOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Office-Second Floor The Munroe A
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala,
Florida.
relephones-Office, 222; Residence,
221.
Office Hours--9 to 12 p. m.; 2 to 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.


F. E. McCLANE



General Practice Calls Mad Promptly
Night or Day
Special Attention to Obstetrics,' Di-
seae of Women and Children
Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
Second Floor. Phones. Office No. 333;
Residence, No. 333.
OCALA, FLORIDA


Equitable

Life Assurance Society

1 The is" Sbfts
"STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"

MISS FLORIDA CONDON,
Resident Agent


C. J PHILLIPS
C-at-ac- r amd Baiw.
Plans and Specifcations Turnished
Upon Request.
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St. Joseph'. Ac.!.., I~gdit% ,Phdal.


Humor and
Philosophy

W Or 9VOfCA JP &.


PERT PARAGRAPHS.
The difference between pretty Ml
and an ugly one when they are beth
wealthy Isn't so material.

It takes a great deal of wlados and
then some to show it.
It wouldn't be hard to be poor tf
there were no rich people.
o This t sueh a
S many s ided world
.1-*-i f that it is hard to
-- decide on which
a sM e to settle ad


S* S It is easy, t
S .hard to keep
*f themm oletod
enough to prowt
by it.
The people who might have theJsa t
to say usually leave you gaeMang

Calling a spade a diamond Woa't B
the pot on a showdown.
The wages of sn are too often pald
In national currency.

Your neighbor never wil have a df.
ference of opinion with you If you
keep yours to yourself.

There are people who resolve to be
happy wad take a chance on be
good.


Looking Ahead.
The winter has deprted,
And summer's on the way.
Bo for your HVt vacation
Arrange without deay..
Look up an aunt or eousia
Who owns a pleasant farm
And write a frisadly ttter.
It can't do Say harm.
Hotels are so expensive,
And then the average fare
They hand-to summer borarde
Will make a fellow swear.,
But with your own. relatons
The time Is better spent.
You eat the beat and frhe t
And never r pay a cent.
And then yoe country cmb
Is honored by your call.
He likes to hear the stores
And quips that you lot falL
His wife just dotes on cookisg.
And, added to tb.M cew.
Another will not matter
For Just a week or tw%.
So look up your eonanectean
Of whom you oft have boam,
Perhaps a distant ouian,
A second or a third.
The problem will be ea.
For you a mmerthee
With Just a little present
And simple rairoad fare.


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On the Southern Raiwsay.one hour fom Asheville. Capadfto S g"h *
No co ves. t ad Slphur Bath N,. el a T
pecial atte to mniamo i pates. SpecIal party mad f ramU
information address G. C. RO"AV, Manager. (matly maaj g e .-
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SFLORIDA'S OLDEST COLL.5 .
COLLEGE. ACADEMY AND SCHOOL& OF MUSC, Ex
FINE ARTM DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL A*T, AMN -

CamRegie 1ll aad third men's dormitory now completed; Ut
lights, steam sad furnase heat: large faculty: perfect h at di,
tioas: fine gy*amalsva, athletic S Ids, bcatla tennis counts, ge 1maka
usbuall. football ad bketbaH teams champion eo Flaia i-
Nearly a quarteaL of a million dollars endowment -
scholarships aalaie; C but s fta fr


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Did you ever nodt that gentle woras
seem hard-for some people to attr?
Nsedodd W wore
"Now, Mary, you wil have to be a
good girl and set an example to yew
little sister."
"But don't Willie have to be a good
boy too*'
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"But who can he seM pIan pto
for?'
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Bodlera, Rails, te., whether as second-bad or scrap and gp the
hihoe prime is mO* fAr san. Write or cal lnMo &d lt If M'
what nou havs and woe It is"lc td.

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-besom a free anan, a ho"e owner. I have many homes, city and country,
m' al, medal u priced and large that I can sell you cheap for cash, or erlywi
as sh. p on oat liberal terms, a small payment down and Just a Utti qpre
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Rev. Mr. Gabby and family came In
this afternoon. Mr. Gabby is the new
pastor of the Baptist church.
If you shave yourself, call at the
Court Pharmacy and ask to see the
new safety razor.
B, C. Chitty. a prominent citizen of
Micanopy, was in town yesterday and
a guest of the Montezuma.


The Court Pharmacy has an
date line of toilet articles and
your Inspection.


up-to-
Invites


Miss Nance and her niece, Miss
Ruth Dunn have gone to South Caro-
lina for the summer months.
Mr. B. C. Chitty of Micanopy and
Mr. Charles Lansing of Gainesville,
are guests of the Montezuma.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
eure chills and fever. 25 cents.
R. C. Davs & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
A new line of popular priced books
Just In at the Ocala News Co.
REXALL
.Mrs. C. J. Phillips anJ daughters.
Miss Anne Mixon and Mary Phillips,
are home from a pleasant visit with
friends In WillU ton.
Al the barbershops of the city have
agreed to close Thursday at 1 o'clock.
but the one run by Mr. Detterich In
in the Ocala House lobby.
mWe have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported hIna in many dif-
ferent prices. he Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
Dr. W. H. Powers continues to gain
strength and feels much better than
when he arrived. Mr. Ben Rheinauer
also continues to improve each day.
Mr. Guy Toph of the Montezuma.
who has been in bed for the past week
is out again and able to be In the of-

Mr. F Red uan, the North Magno-
lia street grocer, has moved from the
McCarthy building to the Anderson
building south of the market.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham drove
out this morning to St. Johns church
te attend the meeting of the Masons
of that lodge and assist in celebrating
St. Johns day.
A local physician was called to Bush.
nell last night on the midnight train
to vist Mrs. Harrison. an aged lady.
and mother of Mr. Harrison of the
firm of Harrison & McLeod. Mrs.
Harrison is quite sick. Her daughter.
Mrs. B. W. Blount, of Jacksonville, and
two of the children also reached there
lest night. Mrs. Blount was formerly
a resident of Ocala,
Foley's Honey and Tar Is especially
recommended for chronic throat and
lung troubles aXd many sufferers from
bronchitis, asthma and consumption
have found comfort and reltef, by us-
ing Fbleoys Honey and Tar. Sold by
all druggists.
-The Misses Pearl and Dalsy Davis
were the guests of their aunt, Mrs.
Blanche Stanaland at the Electra plc-
nic Saturday and a party was tender-
ed them Satuklay night by Mrs. Stan-
a land and quite a number of young
people were present notwithstanding
the threatening clouds.
There are many imitations of De-
Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve-
DeWItt's is the original. Bie qrV you
= DeWitt's Carfolised Witeho Hazel
1p avf we' you eaK for It. It is good
as euta, burns and bruises, and is es-
eeially good for piles. Sold by all


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SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS cr.r.Come laese c M okity n w
R T l iThoe whaU enra early bek you want somethem g reafy aa t Ty- -.
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafre ams dihs & Co. lJeo.pn .4
To Eat W -1I 4:3 tf they destre. 144L 19 EMm IS 1 A
SKILLED PAINTING r>* mwls 1 A |1
PARMESAN GRATED C"HES9 noonas The Opuimst eete f dsnta, a m ec eh. ?- VO
RQYAL LUNCHEON CHEESE I am pPparea to take ary jeb or w*_ ceraly in v wa t
CAMEMBERT CHEESE painting. no matter how large or b"w Bam5mSt btoba t waystiotmwo ld .V Wbh. *IBI, N
IMPORTED SWISS CHE SMSw a abow one the work delred to eed thaim the d tseeto. a tweoi
.ROQUEFORT CH.E.4 may be. I have th ateria bru. eees wl be tre it thdee t OCALA CHAPTM f e IIL&. 1 .
ROQUEFORT CHEES and knowlee to paint and do it I lard. La d is eatalaty .
SAGO CHES right Houses painted Inside and out. theIlen "
C. A S. PICKLED WALNUTS Gralnins, giding hard on al esag d st sther dsaiatee st beeeaa C C Ie L .
JUNKET TALMS f arnhinge and letterIng aid i .fact. However, there i a ee*tg t iday In every m oli.ath a -
UAL S c painting.Taste ad ski a nme. amgaranteed--L wh* can be use I1L Ls 3t L
SPANISH RED PEPPERS, 10 and Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave word 0 4n YtMasktsS,,, M.,, -
Cent Tins* at the Star oftce. K. W. Fllyaw. food ththe meast dellesate ,
RASPI5ARY SYRUP, The Sumam Ocala, Fla. tt ge with s s OCMAIA ----
Drink. snaklg the worml c heieran :ad brlOCA LA.. I;
feting f a&m the w so wem r tsindesel
KALAMAZOO CELERY, No. a Th o1TICK Er from toho ere oe ldy a",- .a
Thirty days after date or as soon X .- e a
O K a1nima mV~ ~thereafter as practical, the city coun- g ,4Av.
o fl G uC Y Oil of the city of Ocala will receive .e
"THE QUALITY STORE." Vtred brick that portion of Macno-% oe a w I -
lia street In the city of Ocala, Marion was m
EuAR **VETW KrE County, Florida., to-wit: ainniug at '' use vwe so n"M rNI 'M
Tw Ph-ms 174 North First street and running thence
north to the Seaboard Air Line Bal-
way companys Damseerdepot.
Said bids to be sealed and ffied with i
the clerk of the city of Ocala at leIt
.ownc*.a jWhIck thee all of the d l Mat 9 lbAma 011
#oesuech paving are to be considered. beINNe*tW 06
In afcordance with the specloatloms
for euch paving now on Ale at the cityMM

Tb pity eaentl evowevthe right -4'

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Red Men Ieet tonight.
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
REXALL
Plak's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
wre ehils and fever, 25 cents.
heritff Galloway visited Juliette,
Romeo and Dunnellon today.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. Id Carmichael has returned
from Jacksonville.
5 or doses wil cure any came
of Chills and Fever. Price 2c.
There were 22 arrivals at the Mon.
tesuma yesterday.
REXALL
Deputy Hutson made a professional
visit to Kendrick. Martin and Zuber
today.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sboles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.
general agents ,
The ladies of the Episcopal church
propose giving a cantata In about two
weeks.
We bav, the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
cles In the city. Tydings & Co.
Mr. David Stroble, of Belleview,
was in town Tuesday and remem-
bered the Star.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those ."-inch Wes-
tinhouse fans from H. W. Tucker.


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BAND CONCERT TOMORROW M P MENTS AT MR
The following program wi be g..- ta t 1..
en by the Metropolitan Bapd Pkity I. W. Ta n. 4regAtlWr 3
evening at 8:IS o'clock: D e o wl Igt em a new sag* l
L March; "The PaFbrite"-B. 0. MEe- A I A a it- oI -M
CalL.
2. O-erture. "P rom Dawn to Twl- E- El 1eV E mlohssaiM s re-1 ag i S I i
light-C. W. Bennett lams wiM be mu ed Mr.
L Waltzes, -Daughter of Le"-C. 3674 14t1 iie all& *01
W. BennettL Br at after they ate it w113m 1
4. Chilian dance, "Manana"-Jean M. B rikCheese bre-t o ad a ear a m rs thfe I
Mis led. best mee. The Iy a m iAz
5. Japanee dance and two-step, oquefort Chem e pki. .Sl ams "n
"Yuki"--Victor G. Kreger., ver beln '0wliet 1
6. Selection. "The Broken Idol"-E- FPuSrmstafr tSU e Mr. Tedr gIs a
b-rt Van Alstyne. U m two eS en iga mil mt a
A. E. Gerig. Director. GraV S lo-i Sumae Hiw aMterad ofI a
-- *- W i Sausage of ade ant destly o ef ee ahe -m
MR. KEATING BUYS A FORD CAR sh tr H an attendance at th D
Mr. R. L. Keating bought a Ford an- & ,kTypEWRrSIRA IfAaIsM
tomobilf from the Jacksoanville agency
yesterday and left that city for Ocala in Kach Week or $is spot cah semebMa Can-
at 8 o'clock this morn ig, romleg thr graph typew ter; wrth ftr as; z
the country with the machine. want the room. Apply
Star
GAS ENGINE BARGAIN Tl AI I
Fairbanks & Morse 3-horsepower
(will develop four) In perfect conditioneB Ooeacaaauy then eWes tem i rs
for sale at bargain. Fittnlag also forlaAs n i wbe -ta a g. ag
gasolene. Owner has substituted gee- g91 e the uel-memIMg imitTeW
tric motor. Address P. O. Box *
Ocala. C-a4- coInrt 1a"m emsle hlmi= ame m:.
m knew that he i snt aet __taly ...
THE CORDELE TEAM predated l a,.p t a t able
The Cordele. Ga., baseball team ar- a e a dell vu b hr w
rivedd last night on the 9 o'clock Jack- befoe t mec o sat 11nd I I-
sonville train and are guepts of theago y a g gm m I
Montezuma for the next three days. o fI taterent beo a imia t ti
They are a fine looking lot of young, In Wl m41iA |1 2 -11
men. and wll' no doubt make It aIter- a a wbor f WM u c r.
testing for the home team.- The play- e worl
ers are: H. M. Cawley. J. pR Hines, io. ,- te
A. Goodwin. R. J. Webbert, Harry o sam e I n e as. .
Dexton. J. C. Bowen. W. A., avlne. J. aa t le as iB d O, t +-
M. Hud'on, P. S. Bruce. J. L Brown Tom API R&NCE
and Mr. Tilman. Will act safer It you have to wear aoe mbeataes leik t tohe det o Ah
spectac-les. Smoa he best turup pinse In thle
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING T Y an m rm a I aw l maie a ~ i
Thly are im g toa s mosprt poa- O la o1 < m the Ia .Wta tai m; i-
How is that. This Is not an auto- p :s looks when tted by one who in thi awodL I tl: .m M K
mobile, but one of those new 8-inch paderstands how. that doctors are aimet the ImoM .
Westinghouse electric fans that I Your eyesight s too precous to 'aat poIpli I the wld. .. the .
have just received. Let me place one new a yeow oear t ve wCene. r 4
or two of them in your home or on eepuat ia mO they coM ttr I is ,hem- a _het-ta yi
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec- teution and care that they may need. d4 et, ai i tlii iw aDa *i~I MeIids m"i so iL-MJaI...
trial supply man. Tihy Get Car efu Atteationl ue 1 4 ver the t desert t0 hey tw Ite amI II \
Into a cnterf p p .,lation, awards e;g
HARNESS REPAIRING DR. D. M. BONEY, which Mena would crawl on tobabh e& erplsd. /p
Eyesight Speclst. and knees. They rumi no w am. Is
All kinds of harness repairing, neat- O w~c a e the only i e which re St teI':
ly and skillfully done at reMsonable 12 a
prices, also saw filing. Ask for MrMr. O.e OUa g l to 12a U h e.wl.1 l t ts,- r aMB- n *
lmmons at Xompl~ns and Cobb's Ll- 1:39 tO 4:30 p. m. Optical otfos try the Dau of m"n hat.be-rs ., .
Pry Stables. and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary talking to them about the MW01011001
^ble sad lotty ethles at a pressin whe AT DAbS
SOME GOOD SHOOTING lekcte hfrom Its peaUlmewA eI
rg po I n iblifty an. th" M- W
The Ocala Gun Club had a shoot at death rae ain the w or i
the driving park yesterday and the a The BOle Meade e at the Ml a- i l CTRI
various members made the following B l And a o hcompetemn eha miftg
scores: t Iat rl0k0d sft at a W Oer-
Clarence Camp. 39: W. E. utotson, Ing IO sONmCelo' r~Y amdHowy Ivmft w- Iw e el "e "l .
3: ^C. L. S is trunk.27; I P.Ho ward comparable with the w=k ed im w the x g alf Wo hm.g aS I W
26; Joseph Bell. 24; John P. Gallo. eI Irbeu Hdlep I s s brd ens born% ye t young an in e- up= reat ia i sa
way, 20. "plfS I to as o s lr l r a a ma e e s.The, ra
they only dimly compaIneiap oBack Into starting n o l la esebi@ h
Mr. C. R. Kreger, the oeal Times- a eh
Mnion representative, leave tonight a Ia peta tor, fid whaIe weeo honeatY Iew W me
for Jacksonville to make final arrange- T h et o deo to eN eole their w ajae" .. b e .3
ments for the Oeala write-up, which .-- Mtha or j eIn tjopl e A 6 t i 2111ao 0 10a
will appear In next Suanday's Issue. PN ThI M NO bn b Ora -keP 14 w et g
Mr. Kreger will return Saturday pse po a"Ma B o i n- T. -
morning. staannah Mr Ds aa a i O LAA Y N r g
ims cred lty-l v-tsat M rsc* s t M : e me e ..i... s .
today from Asheville, N. C., where he nature-h4 wholly absent fr me a seat Toe s Hall. -V. OW C.W. "a
attended the meeting ot the college Y. conag tlon of meal It a f w bai m-
M. C. A. Today he went to Citrk to INCREASE YOUR UGHTS upon the nerves of a commudty; a 1
see his mother and after a few days I have just received a lot, of the few are tie d up i toed "e, that in I_4V
will return to Sutherland. Later Mrs. celebrated Halophane glam shades for only my that doctors awe bun ie avleas e W -lbb
Hilburn will go to the mountains. electric lights. These shades increase After people may Dye egs lles vene,.mIing la e0
your light power 75 per cent. Try and mom acI e s me t thnese;- where-. eeer u 4 Ki ". '
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Lavengood re- them. H. W. Tucker, the electric'sup- as It Is hard to fMn a person whe We mo 9 vting im
turned last night from Jacksonvlle, ply man.. oes e debt w ; gratIte to m '
where they have been visiting Mrs. doctor or dotm. s. .ag .. Leavengood's mother, and also Mr. PIANO TUNINIG Mr. Eilg has dee what m a -..' .. .
John DeVane, who wa 'recently mar- Ten years expeWAGence. Referee A M a d-e
his bride will visit Mr. and Mrs. Lear- ay mansitee eacher an Ocaf, pany lhtlntne usI w e rI ne a ILaLm ,_. .,
Med odein Scaalh r. wan bean musi ho Jacksonvllle. A Phae u ian Osieu t by ts strongsa t l
enoo locaa. shrly. e28. A. on taesdora. otM. 1t gracW. wzprMemam..Charlette MeiIqae loOZ.a"
visiting her brother, Jud and Your preriptions, when left at the .,- "lIa ThlI, y l.MaiiHiiE .'?
sister. Miss Dalisy Bell, of thIs eity, Court Pharmacy, are compounded to o. ee so ei I ways welo
has gone to Tallahassee, where she from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us; A e. 0. th3.
will take the position of stenographer we'll call for and deliver your pIe- A lmrge ani elegand senan ieU iM
for the Internal Improvement Pand 5OdptIoSL for $154."s"nea "ymew "n +e i'
panied her. They will make their THE OCALA WAGON WORKS 8, &* MMOe B "
home with the little boy's grandfather. Offers Its servIces and superior work- "FO ;-aL
Hon. A. C. Croom, the comptroller. manship In the art of pelnlang ye- U FO, R
cles of all kinds and classes. It hei -t-a s gg--.m.f.e- ..
HOUSES FOR asM y introduced Its specialty of palIting au- locat ...-
Modern cottages, all covemi0e1cee, tomobiles. A sample ot our wek can AFgt: to ]'. W. Ditto .o r -
well located and new. Apply to Joe- be seen on the decoratloi of Mr. D.W. at th MonteIuma to e -alwa weleme.
eph Bell, at court house. .. Davis' auta. Give us a GalL o u t Wt. R auel m
_=__- -- THU OCALA WAGON WOKIt. There Is. no better steak et Se W' C- M "


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____ M I- 0, b B_ two plays were 'The Sweet Family"
3 1-- 32 b Er r-- Id e and "A Negro Divorce Case." The
Slades old delicious cream afterwards.
Icu m w-b I Iry 'We Miss Zelma Turner of Reddick visit-.
ed here this week.
RICH MEN'S GIFT ARE POOR
PA PLAbeside this: want to go on record
as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
as one of the greatest gifts that God
has made to woman." writes Mrs. 0.
1110. -15 aht North Carolna -Co- Rhlanevault, of Vestal Center. N. Y.,
p-l am an .... ..... .t.s It fora me. This glorious medicine gives
not- ami ailo. but a woman buoyant spirits, vigor of
L g PM eMR at .l whisky i stasi t. dy a jblant health. It quickly
c es n-aB osessa, sleeplessness, mel-
:.-anholy, headache, backache, fainting
and dy spells;soon b up the
S te .a o tB largest ds llwery in Florida weak, allf and sickly. Try them
Slc at all druggists.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
i, A N ) Mr. Wallace W. Reed In visiting
ILANEY & COO.
I ..... w" .. i with relatives In Ocala and Martin.
^;' il **B a.a e ,sn.m-li Melon shipping is about over for the
U L. mass on ,- - - a sa and gro wers have generally
!1Idone well, the crop has been unusual-
kIt. or Prim IMtN06 2 lyfine, and prices satisfactory.
Mr. W. 8. Allspp of Weiradale and
S\ Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Upham returned
"-_ ;. f ,on Saturday from St. Petersburg.


", -^_- --' ..... I Iwhere they had spent the week.
F 'Mr. S8. D. Carter's house has been
% undergoing repairs of late, being re-
shingled and newly ceiled.
Mr. Collins from Umatilla was In
to wn this week with some hands, tak-
Sng up nursery stock from the Wilson
ILI 3 1I 1 nursery. He reports plenty of rain in
his section and crops unusually fine.
S sincee the slacking up of melon ship-
p m png, the wood business has been re-
sumed here.
3 The T heavy rains which have visited


1L y--An 116YeaOld Waifthy K1t1cky

VeIAL BANK Kwe We by a Par Man
fat Twety-ftur
A" IlAG Washaington. June 24.-The Herald
s ays: Tricky little Cupid put acres
one of his most capricious pranks
when Mrs. Elisabeth M. 6mith and U.
.S Baungardner. both of louisville,.
K. were married In Washington at
S- e rl aa the p o of St Pal's Lutheran
so 691_-601601t* M Krs. Smith Is nearly Sg years old
*9W -. r 0eV Igmus rr mMoest te gt nUdo and one of the wealthiest women in
=4 ansobu 4 la bageg nom m tprinrg the Blue Grams tate, while her hus-
SM. band counts 34 years to his credit, and
;' Is chef at a dairy lunch In LAuisvllle.
Both bare well known In Louisville, and
-. the aed bride is connected with many
~- ... . ..,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. of the old famillea of her state.

a m* t inmin *^1am 1 *RALOOKING ONE'S BEST
S h Its a m n's delht t look her
Sbet, but pimples, skin eruptions, .ores
and bolls rob life f Joy. Lsaten!
S* -IBucklen's Arnica Salve cures them;
makes the skin soft and velvety. It
S' glorlfies the face. Cures pimples, sore
eyes, cold sor, cracked llps, chapped
A, L KmIN O hands. Try IL Infallible for plies.
c at all druggists.
IRM ~Ma e ssseie Chl ,se Sg Ita. Predves Set
SS CONSTITUTION Of
So; 40K h --mad. S m-Wal er -F-lTi most c o THE CONFEDERACY
SR I 4lt After Many Waderinsge Hs Bsen
A- a u-T Ab Pg aim RO N .a.. It In, Cuomnectio n First pi sitd ai theg
Me ** cand R*e a abl es*ard to W**kly Castemara Washington, June 23.-There has
been deposited In the library of con-
g .ress and placed on exhibition in the
Stm nu M lA A Green Hides Bought scriptss division. the original en-
-.grossed "Permanent Constitution of
S D 4the Confederate States of Ameriea."
SThe constituton was adopted March
-11. 136L by the Confederate congress.-
at Montgomery. Ala.. and signed by
,.o o.11--- -.O. Box No. 8* ,r, delegates from South Carolina, Geor-
m N; lIe 111 P. 0. BOX No. 652 gla, lFlorida, Alabama Mlinslsppl,
o Uiala and Texas. When the can-
J 11US I"1I II Sb ital was moved to Richmond it was
carried to that city, and upon the
$011H.i&0000.0... ..... ......uu0.. o e..,&ation of Richmond was sent with
__: -... ____ __ __ other papers farther south, where it
was rescued by Mr. F. 0. Defontalne
.at Chester, L. C., from a band of loot-
SiTS A VE ET IESMr. eontalne kept this and other
1 *m 10 r VE I BLE documents for some years and In 1883.
It passed Into the hands of Mrs. G. W.
SWerm Be, Ved, Florida Sta ed BRee, Rennee of savanna, Ga.. now own
ps Ir a, Arm .Stu Ba Almoun POr It and has recently deposited It, as a
Ciataga, ip eloan, with the librarian of congress.
.jw 0aoMes Irih POtaoUs 8posh OnioU A VITAL POI W
The most delicate part of a baby Is
SIts bowels. Every ailment that it suf-
S. r U a W U ters with attacks the bowels also en-
.. .. "- .. dangering In most cases the life of the
PhOw 106 0T M N Infant Mcee's Baby Elixir cures
". w w ,- -"- diarrhoeaa, dysentery and all derarige-
' --..- ments of the stomach and bowels. At
S. all drugglte-


Mr. Reddick of Williston, visited his
daughter, Mrs. J. N. Malphurs a few
I I days this week.
SMim Willie Harrison is at Reddick
this week.
Mrs. Brice and daughter. Grace, of
Si w --, wanUmS I TIs land Grove, spent Sunday in Citra,
Guests of W. H. Harrisqn and family.
i ",, ,i:=-',ai r ..." ....s .- M, l Dr. Frank O'Connor. a traveling
Si U -- n oculist, spent last Thursday In Citra,
and did much work.
I W L P, Mr. H. W. Douglass. of Shady, waq
, "^ ^ |^ _tombstones and Bibles, but fromanl4
-- "~~ I BI appearances he was loolnl over our
. -* ''- .," prized lst of widows -ld mai *.
:. ~ S _Silver Springs.
. ;;! l i s n nu n ,, ,Mra. Blake and Miss Samford re-
I ". Turned to Ocala Saturday.
.= _Rev. Tompeon of Island Grove, spent
F a few days last week with Mr. and
--'----" lMrs 3. M. Lewis.
i1 2 N j_ -U WYIMm S E! Mr. M. A Ice went up to Jackson-
i .- w- WEX wV ville Sunday to see his nephew, Mr.
S- i Ralph Bull, who has typhoid fever.
I ._. -- a.-- ..__._ L L -a_ .. .- Dr. S. T. and Mrs. Carswell, W. J.
/T. n J A bmllm- rt sUi 9 Uini Crosby and family, Mra. J. N. Mal-
S,- .,r "' phura. Mrs. A. T. Gore, Miss Adelaide
S Ii -} :_ r Harrison, Misses May and Lena Red-
I ditt, Miss Nora Sherouse, Messrs.
r I I -UkdB BL a. A '", =, a -, ', e i Andy Whitly, S. L. Sherouse and Ed
k', i I - 9gh C. Cea Wfa k meet at Island Grove last Friday
n night, which was just fine. Dr. Cars-
I well Mr. Crosby and Miss Zelma
'. i L Caon took active parts in It. The


P. O. Box 46.


OCALA, F"-


o0nteznma Barbershop

ba Comaection With the Hotel Oice
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to
children.


ELECTRIC MASSAGE
HOT AND COLD WATER


R. LA DETTENCH. Prorietor
-- -


FRESH FISH
I receive daily shipments of choice
fresh and salt water fish of th' best
varieties. I handle nothing but fish.
and handle them right.

WM. TUCKER
Phone 219, City Market.


GEORGE FIX
PRACTICAL BRICK MASON
Red and Fire Brick Work
Special attention to repairing fur-
naces, boiler setting and Dutch
ovens, brick kilns and baker's
ovens. If your boiler doesn't steam
as it should, send for me, I am the
doctor.
All Work Guaranteed
No distance too late ana no hour
too late to respond. At the Carlton
OCALA. FLORIDA


' OCALA PRESSICS CLUB
J. J. FORT, Proprietor
Rates reasonable. All goods press-
ed .and cleaned on short notice and
delivered promptly. All transient
work not called for In 30 days will
be sold for charges.


ICE


Best Quality

Prompt Service
Lowest Price


BLUE WAGONS
OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO
lSf'nklAr & TAYLOR
PhOwe S4.
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L. ALEXANDER
Practical
CURPEXTE AID BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all
contract work. wves more and bet-
ter work for the money than any
other contractor In own.


FOLEY'S



HONEYANTAR

Tie original


39 m ,


TIE UEI1AL

AnEE SHOP

Opa lato the Loabby cf thMe Oala
Roa-e.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
Bot RuamagU Water at AU Tihae
VINCENT C. DEITRIaCH, Manager


IcIVER & liCRKAY

FUNERAL DIRECTORS
lluMtais d Embalmers
D. E. Melver Alfred &. Owee
Udertakers.

Fle Ctets aid Bomal Robs
All work done by licensed embalm-
ers and fully guaranteed.


W. C. BLANCHARD

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION


Mrs. Wadswmath of Wasluingte hm
aten RosemelI's H'eeba*
&M ome-- H

Rochester, N. Y., June 24.-It was
said at the Wadswortbv sammer
home at 4 o'clock yesterday meraling
that Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth ot
Washington had more than ancom-
plished her self-imposed task In sur-
passing former Presldent Rooesevelt
record as a long distance rider, rid-
ing 159 miles in sixteen hours. She
used eight horses th doing thia Dr.
Grayson, who rode with her today was
one of the men who rode with former
PJresident Roosevelt, and he was with
Mrs. Wadsworth throughout the ride.
Mrs. Wadsworth is said to have stood
the ride well.
KENDRICK
Cantaloupe shipments have about
ended. We do not think there has
been a great deal of profit made on
them, still the most of the people
came out even and some ahead, and it
puts quite a little money In circulation.
There was a pleasant little social at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. L
Grace last Thursday night, given by
Miss Alta, In honor of her guest, MIss
Carrol Weatherford. Music and games
were enjoyed till a late hour, then the
guests were served with cream and
cake. Miss Weatherford proved her-
self very popular. Her Keadrick
friends hope she will return soon. J.
N. Weatherford. of Anthony. attend-
ed, much to the pleasure of the other
guests.
Mr. C. I. Grace. of Evinstona, came
down last Thursday and returned on
Friday. He came down to see about
getting lumber to build a church at
his place.
Mrs. W. A. Guthery and children of
Stanton, spent a couple of days with
her brother-in-law, J. J. Guthery, here
last week. She continued her trip to
Rochelle to visit relatives.
Mrs. A. A. Olin spent several days
last week at Fairfleld with friends.
Mr. S. B. Brooks and family, after
having spent several days at Worth-
ington Springs and Macclenny, re-
turned home Wednesday. Mr. Brooks
is in some better health than five
weeks since, but his wife and son had
fever while away. We 'hope these
good people will soon be in the best of
health.
OPPORTUNITY
We have a proposition in the city of
Adei which contains several houses
with about 200 lots which we will sell
for $3,000 at once. The list price of
this proposition Is $10,000. This is the
best proposition we know of for a
good man who can handle It Write at
once. National Loan & Trust Com-
pany, Tifton, Georgia.
YOU NEVER CAN TELL
just exactly the cause of your rheu-
matism, but you know you have It.
Do you know that Ballard's Snow Lin-
iment will cure it--relieves the pain
-reduces the swelling and limbers
the Joints and muscles so that you will
be as active and well as you ever were.
Price 25c, 50c and $1. At all druggists.
HOUSE FOR RENT


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A new seven-room house for rent, Er Jr `16!iCft^C Hi^''''--''':''y
on Daugherty street Apply to A. .
Gates. Kw A ajs


Mr. J. F. Pelot, Dr. T. K. Slaughter
and Mr. McAllister, were all business |I U0 FOr 30 Ym
Asitors to Ocala last Wednesday. .n siM-
Mrs. J. A. Rents left last Thursday -.*amaBoBBBBBB BGommB611111190000%
to visit her parents in Jacksonville for -,'_:__ i_
two weeks and then to Seabree o *
spend a month with Mrs. E. P. Rents. '- i
Mrs. Rents is greatly missed by her t -so
many friends here. i!vy, i
Mrs. Laura Cauthen of Bellevlew,
spent several days the past week with -' i
her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and V ae f u T Ji
Mrs. J. F. PelotW
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sutton spent Sat- 6 -- -- --
urday and Sunday at Silver Springs. O : '' ''
Mr. C. H. Strozier and Mr. Carlo -s
Farrell spent Saturday fhling near
Summerfield.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. P. N.
Ramsdell. was the scene of a very quiet la lm m / t im i. n
wedding Monday morning at 9: w -i I D be VW ~
o'clock, when Miss Grace Ramsdell watr& K b"l a s l
was married to Mr. Thomas d- .-
ersleeve, by Rev. Thompson, of Belle-Ke"' b1 1i d s. K W.
view. The bride wore a beautiful -.
blue pongee princess with a white siftk gad1 jia"a -- lB 1 fr a/aJ ,"t I-e..' .1 ,.0
embroidered batiste Jumper, and car- i" bs,,
ruled a lovely bouquet of roses. After Gl --eaB--m- r-
the wedding a luncheon was served, -, -L... _d -de as4W a.s ....4 .
after which the bride and groom arove 3f A
to Summerfleld and took the north- W..b n i m m
bound train for Inverness to visit the l "-
bride's sister, after which they wi re- a-S- - mdBiT.A-a KSS ]SW
turn here for a day or two, when they S st .' a i L 1 I 4i .
will leave for their future home In --- ---
Springfield, Ill All their friends wish soma am 8 L .V-
them a long and happy life. __
Quite a crowd Intenas going to the b o be am1a- Ag 1 h d buma
annual barbecue at Oak. a: f ^inmhd aTT esh."-
Miss Hattie Jensen and Miss Maude ow alwml i :. .:,'
Denser drove over to Summerfeld. as SOPI M."_t- i I.._* -_.
--- I'M :--_ W~i.. ..
did Mrs. Sutton and Mrs. Duvall. 2inSt aeW 5epIn
Colds that hang on weaken the coM- > Sg S 5 B al-
stituttion and develop Into coasmp- .- .
tion. Foley's Honey and Tar cVes f I "
persistent colds that refuse to yield to 1 aed ,gBl s.B
other treatment. Do not experiment i
with untried remidies as delay may -- S ----
result in your cold settling on your ik
lungs. Sold by all druggists. maim A i A t
LYNNE P *OR SAL BV ASLL A1r ALA-m

It has been quite a time since Rose-
bud has appeared, but our little town
has been Just as lively as ever. Quite
a crowd from the lynne section at-
tended the Electra picnic Saturday.
Among them were Mr. C. P. Reynolds,
Miss Rosa Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. C. .
Stanaland and others. All report a
pleasant time. It seems that the squir-
rels are about to take the farmers'
corn and guns are sounding on every n
sid-. We are having plenty of rain. ,*B


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