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OCAIA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 28, I.L
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a Jelfl-OJIm. J CreanaFow.
R. D. FULLER,
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L LF. BLALOCK
0 homers: to 12 a. ; 1 to
J. E. CHACE
ROo"s 1t and 11.
-ooBI Floor, Udder Hiock,
fuactim should ab-
', ,N-t1y reform to the omaada of
WgttAs s style o pape and em-
'*woo my having your orders
L "'W taMe and an other imor-
ilfitO wil be falthfally and
ms. v maw *out.w **o t
b" w at Very low priem
S UA MW OOMUEAALT
l Laebboy cl the Ocaln e
E i IlH Special F or
TO tI Peitntiary for Lfe-Kely Of the Murder of Mrs Weedill-The .... .
Aepets the Verdiet fr Himsef, Marylene Church" Refused Burial
Iut Exnerm Davidseo to the iSu;~&eB dym
Palatka, June 27.-*-*orty" David- St- Michaers. Md. June 27.--Robert
son and James Kelly, ..erdcrers of W. Eastman. accused of the murder of
C. ellars, will aot pay the death pen. Mrs. Woodill, was not killed by his
alty for their crime. The jury, after pursuers. He shot himself when he
being out all Friday night, arrived at found he was surrounded. His body
a verdict Saturday morning. They was buried yesterday on his own land,
found the two men guilty of murder the neighboring churches refusing to
la the arst deree, but recommended allow It to be interred in one of their
them to the mercy of the court. They cemeteries.
were Immediately sentenced to the In a letter to his wife In New York,
state prison for life. An appeal for a written the day before his death,
new trial will be made. Eastman said:
The crime for which the two men "I had no hand in the tragedy. Was
were onveeeted, and for which they there and removed the evidence after
wll probably serve life sentences, was the other two couples fled. I did this
a most brutal ova. W. C. Sans,. for- for self-preservation and am haunted.
ierty leutemant of poelee at vTampa, The victim was my particular friend
but at the tme --of the murder m- and we were well mated. Have only
loWed speal agent for the Coat W W ill Sell O the above m en known her three weeks. We all, that
Lie, was shot trom behaid at the two men and two. other women
High Spring station of the Coast from Annapolis, went to the bungalow
Line. The crime was co fitted on tone days the follow ing w ell for a time. Every one got full -x-
the night of August 6, IWt. For a cepting Edith and myself. Edith tried
long time the murder was shrouded In to win one of the girrs fellows while
apparent mystery, but from admis- known brandsof blea hing lyin on the bed wth hi and was
sons made by Kelly, who was runn- hit three times on the side of the head
Ing a blind tiger at High Springs, and with a full bottle of champagne, and
Davidson. who conducted a restaur- the fellow hit once. She fell over on
at. suspicion was directed toward the floor and died. The man did not
them. Special Agent Bryan of the come to for an hour. I was left with
Coast Line and other detectives, work- U t of tI e Lthe corpse and cannot take a chance
ed steadily on the case. Davidson or a trial. You can claim my property
was arrested at Gainesville some and say as little as possible. but get It.
months ago, nd Kelly at Savannah. 1 am awfully sorry for you and our
They were Jadletod at Galnesvilh., butT boy, and I have been hustling madly "' "-
were granted a ehage of venue to to make your path clear, but fate is A
Putna coeaty. .against me."
elly Delares Dveen is I There Is strong evidence that East-
ly DLese OvIUe sI Iu" ,,c- man manufactured this story, but it
When the men were sentenced. Kel- carries some weight and the author-
ly mid: "I accept thf verdict of the Ities are investigating.
Jury, t an for D. M. Davidson. he Is TD 71
as Innocent of this cripe as any man RICH MEN'S GIF-T ARE POOR
In the hearing of my voice." beside this: -Y want to go on record '.- A-- N .N.
n sayngthat Iregard Eleetrc Bitterour sto No. 7 N.
ALONE IN A SAW n son of the greatest gifts that God
MILL AT MIDNIGHT has made to woman." writes Mrs. 0. *A T
uumindful of dampness, drafts, storms Rhinevault, of Vestal Center, N. TY.,
or cold, W. J. Atkins worked as night F"I can never forget what It has done
watchman at Banner-,pri, Ten, The above goods are 86 inches -o-mn Thhuon spi-rites ri l E TLoY fet
Such exposure gave him a severe cold a woman buoyant spirits. vigor ofA"
that settled on his lungs. 'At last he body and Jubilant health. It quickly *
had to give up work. He tried many w ide and are too w ell know n to cures nervousness, sleeplessness, me-
remedies but all failed till he used Dr. ancholy, headache, backache, fainting
Khng's New Discovery. "After using and dizzy spells; soon builds up the
K New Discover "After usneed any comments You will be ailing' and sik "'-" th em
one bottle," he writes, "I went back to a y com nR s. W ill Ybe weak, alling and sickly. T- them
work as well as ever." Severe colds,t66c at all druggists.
stubborn coughs, inflamed throats and the l o don' O E"
Sbonphemlrrhs croup and Me loser, if you don't take advan- RS. ROOSEVELT ON
whooping cough get quick relief and HER. WAY TO EUROPE
prompt cure from this glorious medl- N *Yk Je 7M. To
cine. 0c and $1. Trial bottle free. age of luis opportu ity. New York, June 27.-Mrs. Theo-
guaranteed by all draugsts dore Roosevelt, wife of the former
president, sailed for Europe yesterday "
PLUNGED OVER A PRECIPICE on the steamer Cretic with her daugh-
ter, Ethel, and her two sons, Quentin
. ept Virgioand Archie.
uato.Hs*.. a -e Hi We will also sell on the above POOR MILK
Elkins, W. Va., June 27.-Mangled Is oftmn thought to be responsible far -
plmost beyond recognition, the body day an Infant's loss in weight or general a ..
of F. G, Mausey, cashier of the bank poor health. The cause usually is that
wreck of his automobile yesterday, nourishment in the food and the baby
after the machine had dashed over the o l Td tarves, actually starves. White's
edge of a cliff and fallen to the foot Cream Vermlfuge expels the worms
of the wall of rock, 110U feet below. and nourishes the child, sure and safe.
Mausey was alone in the machine Price 2Ce rt all drugglats. *
when the aceldent happened. He was n i'nR1
speeding along a road near the edge U Ul RYAN LEAVE$ THE SEABOARD
of the cliff. As he started to round a A
curve something happened to his New York. June 27-The resignation
steering gear and the machine be- A&m N f of Thomas P. Ryan. T. Jefferson Cool- -'
came unmanageable. It plunged AII N um1b1B BterS Ior* idge of Boston and Jama H. Dooley of
straight for the cliff and toppled over. Richmond from the board of directors
of the Seaboard Air Line was an,
MEN PAST FIFTY IN DANGER ____ nounced yesterday. Mr. Rryan's res-
ignation was In line with his Intention
Men past middle lfe have found of retiring from many directorates and
comfort and relief In Foley's Kidney a representative of his interests will
Remedy, especially from enlarged be elected to the board.
prostate gland, which Is very com-i
mbn among elderly men. L. E. Nor- Sometimes you may be told that
ris, Dexter, ,Ky., writes: "Up to a year there are other things Just as good as
ago my father suffered freeso kHney DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
and bladder trouble and several phy- That Isn't so. Nothing made Is as -------'^ A
slelans proaonced it enlargement of IT 1 ll ood as DeWitt's Khidney and Bladder W YOU aOS
the prostate gland and advised an .p- 10 keep dealers irOI buying Ue Pils for any ailment of the kidneys -
eratlon. On acnt of his a we or bladder, which always results In a A V E JMO Y
were afraid he could not stand it and ^* th a oe p rices, weak back, backache. rheumatic pains. W -
I recommended Foley's Kidney Rem- a t aJJb Ve pri ce w rheumatism and urinary disorder.-. A ..A
edy, and the first bottle relieved him. trial of DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder . .'
and after taking the second botta c m he to ]irnil the ,uan ut Pills s sufficient to convince you how ,o'.- '""
Swas no longer troubled with this coin- fO 11X1 1.'5 good they are. Send your name to E. A.
plaint, Sold by all druggist. on C. DeWitt & Co, Chicago, for a free A-
o OLPLY UPECTED Only 20 yards to one custom er and !",,", They ae sold here *y I, A e .lUi
'The Wi,* Pot Undoto only 12 spools of thread to one Y MU ED HIS BROTHER P IA NO CO P
Orlando, June '27.-The coroner's Modesto. Cal, June 27.-Cecil Hop- "
Jury empaneled t o -Invtgete the ltomer. Now more than ever ns 12 years old, .has confessed that .^ ^ ^^.^^^ "
cae of the death of Ollie sweet, who customer. Nowhe shot and bevuriered his brother, heo-
was shot at Sanford and died here dore, sx years old,, and his statement h - W -- -" 00 W0 We-
while being moved fm the depot to e bes ace to e tre9thens teoron. beis staten
is this the best place to trade: We n ges t biLLINS CtOLL
the hospital met yesterday and re- i*the victim was buried alive on the
turned a verdict that the young man hill where his body was found yester. FLORIDA'S OLDSaT COLLEE
came to his death by the hands of
Fred and Catee Wmott ordo an immense volume of busi- day COLLEGE, ACADEMY AND SCHQQLS OF MUc
both, at Sanford. Wllmott and h is LOOKING ONE'S BEST FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL AT A -
wtfo thejury" ness at the lowest possible ex- -- I BUNE :
toIn the jury.on of the jury there p- t a woman's delight to !nok her Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitry ma w mle_..; -. --.
In the oplnbm of the Jury there was best, but pimples, skin eruptions, sores
verdict of mrder the first, pense and require only a small a" bou-i ro l,"f J- L -' 'st"en! "
eckl' Arnicattions; fine gymnasium, athletic fieolds -_boat teu-_. u--, l.
erdi O Ma h rstandMmakesIskens Sftaldve cures them; i baseball, football and basketball tem eh a e lma
so a verdict of manslaughter was ren- ar makes the skin soft and velvety. It \Nearly a quarter of a million dollammrs eowm- ea: ,m _l5t ..
r,. w tpe- hars margin for profit Th isenables us -glorifies the face. Cures pimples, olarships available; iian but
-place ht heirboom atssti each, "and @eyes. cold sores, cracked Ilps chapped
h.paced their bonds at each hands. Try IL Infallible for plles. CArm mT
* which was promptly fn to give better values n any C at al druggists.
A VITAL POINT" th *I, A CHILD MURDERER Fo Cat"lsm" An
The t delicate part a baby other 0ouse in tis ity. AWaco Texas June 2.--,llowwng a W. E&U, P .,
r Its bowel. Every allneat that It suf- trivial quarrel yesterday afternoon. :
* fers with attacks the bowels also en- Gerge Cohen, aged nin proed a
Iangerlng In most cases the life of the G eorgeen, &W. nine..procua ___
da0ering i ae target rifle and killed Maggmie I. ael__--_"__ _"__-_ ..:_-_
Infant McGee's Baby Elixir cures seventeen years, at bdgeeld, a n-
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange- burg. n at
ments of the stoaseh and bowels. At bug
all drauggfia There are many imitations of De- 1 W
--bL& VE~NGSTAR, -MO"AY, JUN .U -
by inigestion's pang-trying many V apt Welsh was organizer of the
m lJl A. Camp went down to "DeIss Upes at 7:Ns Ia. doctors and ($20 worth of medicine in B Naval Union, and has figured most
Moral to vht o -ao P. Ayacue, of Ingkeide, N. H.a ,TE UALITY STORE." prominently in various other political
mchaI*gr., aMid Mr; M.ole by tie Orlhestra etweem As at last Sped Dr. Kings New Life Pill., and social affairs, all of which have U 1
Sla aand writes that they wholly cured him. given him a national name.-Miaml
iB a" t aw IghtI Mr. Cmp-* auorm _f _tim m They cure constipation. billousnes. 171 News-Record.
" b i Thy apairts plussatm day s lck headache. stomach, liver, kidney 'U in_ He was the organizer and first pres-
in -thU ~ail ety a as. Mr. ay A OOL'S RWV=NGE and bowel troubles. 26c at all drug- - Ident of Soldier's and Sailors Home at
ssW ao to Highs pr m I to see gists. Erie, Pa., and its president for four e : e Vi e l.a
1s1 a dAteer a" latrwIll extend his A MIDNIGHT DISTURBANCE years. 0 a 'C0ir i L Ofl
i 0 WsB r .T .Mrs. Ia D Molver and daughter. F ifa The captain was also the organizer
to W*1im3. C i- N hoLsAN NMUTI TRoB T CLE ANER f cam u f the lake toy. A L DA of the Naval Union In 18 at EErie, -
"N yA- mwe ROcepr tea od y.Pa.. of which he was the first com- -
a~+A s R RO HES T Mr. John Knoblock, the factor in modore and today numbers 40,N0 00
B to I he I Oeala THI WOODEN LE fhrming and trucking at Martin, was lI members and meets annually with the ,
-nMe &a ga- ---I n town today and said the truckers G w w rand Army of the Republic and I
Mas e w aa r p-g to THREE PULL REELS EACH NIGHTwere through with their crops and the counterpart of that patriotic or- .
I he de w pove we waitlag the final wind-up. ganizationwnd. CA
a latst. Aam, -ea Captain Welsh was the first man in
Ia ,s eTer telf e in M Marius. If yor liver I sluggish and out of T Pennsylvania to suggest and urge a
-to @ e ta"Yo eel dull, bellous, con- -hSTRONGEST IN THE WORLD" monument to the memory of General
s Iaa s cae up U stlpated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Anthony Wayne, which the legislature
IB W a Moft a Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight MISS FLORIDA CONDON passed and appointed Capt. Welsh to
MThe bore retiring and you will fell all %. be-
"Sbuild the -Rme without any restric- L a,
IIit. a e -leaee a 3_ be f oa r eitrt in g ae you ila. lResident Agenttions and making the appropriations a --- __ -
__ __ pULR Y r i t ayable to him direct. i I I I I
1n 'I the Circuit Court Marion County The Star desires to say to the cor- IaIgIm i
MIt. Den ia ia gome e the liNantPhATeO P.HTBIAx AND Plorida-In Chancery. "PI LLIPn reaction of the Miami News-Record
At travel' a esapating cale svmaOII ThoIas P. Denham, as Trustee, vs. < a item of the gallant John H. Welsh.
sand w Ith his maspi s was Oklawaha Fruit Company, et al. C that Captain Welsh came to Marion
pdgwg eam .a& a&AM nes dKa Floor The Muaros & *Wc9unty in 1992 and remained with us
A- ~a Ito thI tg. hmIiIss Bmak Bauldag, Oal,. NOTICE ., as one of our most desirable citizens i i I
l. -i.M To bondholders and all persons claim- Plans and Speciflcations Furnlsled until 1899. when he went to the east , ,
m*K l Mu. ix WarH leader er 3e;,2 Raens law under and by virtue of the trust Upon Request coast to add his energy, seal and abU-
ioil"h to eity 9 h el l -d o-of-"- set up by the complainant in the U, South Tnird St. ity to its upbuilding.
Atlat all t at the m e t e h ... t.ee stated eauI. or claiming other-.oI ,I o
w .te" abov Ie tho -ao.i *- I; to 4 e w e a lien upon or ownership of any OCA F Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
pAL : to :-2 0 p I: of the ISa and personal property In- Diarrhoea Remedy today the betr III V
ue ea 1 a lave t evolved therein, and to all whom it may known medicine in use for the relief
USet ra Ask whe, hoe * cocern: fl l and cure of bowel complaints. It cures Wmtee B V l ri Stll Vf
Yo. and each of you are hereby ripping, diarrhoea, dysentery. and
AAMiai ba dI otut hi. 11,10 06BaffI noted to present your bonds, cou- should be taken at first unnatural
p a oRns and claims under the trust set looseness of the bowels. It is equally
tha a e1f lI g b t c plant in the e OCated On orth Main St. valuable for children and adults. lt Ir
-B-ft hel -* aert tha s stated cause, and also claims of liens LoXted on NorthMain St, cures.
tl III as.- pon or of ownership of any of the near government building. -
.. . ____ _. c.^ . lands or personal properties described Reasonable rates by the RISE IN RAIMENT E W A
__ ** w PallM Co a t a- -ePr Ini or therein, involved under oath to *
IT IM --nL I BYA I I t.D S u NN..... i_ n.... .w i.AT THE APTI c m um
m e sni~ ser-K .wa i UsM o- Mr_ Jr. D6 D Rob o f Umimagera aAlarg h aage r A lar
WK a. Norm* & .CWf. turgeatme still at of married Ilks oftm make greeted Rev. K. Cabb on M. Intr.-
7 sth to At4P.was S S 4 a t m. She aIpeance and disposition ofmany duction to his new charge at the Omil
Solbs d kaf4 0= 1oI* b a 111b of light.- Womm The frhm mthe Charm, we Baptist church yesterday. E the
; weSK r3e a.- the M. laug- t. Roberts was I ill cevaah like the bloom from sermon the quartet choir, r. MU WI
B& 1. leP Ar it, Rvev i. I IrNSettU whNIS .e IMlW .eem of home when shwhich is r h 1ane m Goln, Miss Eloise Smoak and MeMs.
*111ueral prseemalam. proceeded to the Ughtalagt O struck Ve telephone w I uT George Nash and Fnk Gates reier-
Sg n M g l eOM ometsy, whier the body was wmire nearby and was carried Into the matron only a dim show, a faint echo ed the beautiful anther, "Pamse T e
>ia I I fas M rel by the sie of his wife. hose over the phone wire. striking of t he S*amingw idee. Th wre ftwo the Lord." by H. IL Hall, most accept.
; ; ^ -/.. -* The <1al was a very large oe, sw Mr. Roberts and killing him lstantly. Reu for this change Igance and ably, the blended harmony of the
.WJ .. W k W-1 hrricSS rSeab wlho taw thie ag4e d V- Memm edveer aacKay were no- eglec ew young women appreciate voices being well nigh perfect. A
sth 90101 Oala tfW- isoo Ia ifo was his tried. The Seral tiled of the accident and at once left shock to the ss through theu Deacon J. L. Rewards In a few wel & lV U C
S M a hit. dagh- deoa s weM beautifu The pall for the desolate and sorrowing home. change which comes with marriage and chosen words. introduced the new pam. -
Ie ati the p haa wrw. Memra. ._ M. Ltle.. a. bringing th remain$ to Ocala to otKherhood. Many neglect to deal with tor to his charge. Mr. Gabby took fr
SMIL C. a. d, 1 e1 H. pmer1 1. I Tay- prepare the same for burial, the fun- the upieassant pelvic drains and weak- his subject. "The ndwhein g of C oa
i. jat Mar T. 1. Meure J. P. PBlpe. eral taking place this afternoon under ea which too often come with mar- He said that Christ used the a
Ia l ~llel0 s M d.--. ` .George R. Aith, speakMag of the auspices of the Knights of Pythias rage aed oUterhood, ot understanding idea In almost the same wed whea
_, b h le W sllrIe, em a~b da h-alid burial of this good a, lodge of DunIellon, of which Mr. that this secret drain is robbing the cheek he said ny man that loveth the tther "
ei. I4 la M* theM A. recalled t tet this morning to a Roberts was a member. assisted by of its faism anAd e lorm of its he will also love me. A I I AIi
mTM m ft hil e the frst b gtl rpaterl that the alrt person he the Ocala lodge. The remains will be fairne. He said there was no mystery or rid- ID rwXwA ll R uIKI
aw F~.%pBei'P l. Maroes ever aw otsMde of hs family when a Interred In Greenwood cemetery. As surely as the general health sufer die about the indwellifg of Christ and
m1ly i0 T a me, ea yMa mere lad was the face of the late WIn- Mrs. Roberts with her five children. when there is e ement of the health quoted Phellps Brooks i anayin that ;. .
cc81t 1W M MrAleer, who thea a young ni accompanied the remains with Mr. of the delicate ran o sly Christ was In the world today as We te to
W ly 41117'11ld0frSm south Care- M. M. faworth, brother-in-law w argaas blished la much as when he walked the earth o J
o t er-u a -i t. ag the overseer for CoL of the deceased, and Mr. L. I. sthe t witness with his disciples. and that to the be- I.
salr a000 AI c etlr Wigua, who them ran a plantation Horne, J. R. Thomas and J. G. Johns tothe ctlna d Iever In him he was Just as real aa Mt of t b
a ied d 1 a e s lik? Weir. Thi was in 185, and wife of York.lito health and was mother, wife or child. He aso r .wfm or chiod e ls o
SM WebbWould whe Mr. nmi a.d-his parents l- i 1Mr. W. A. Roberts. of Lake City, a < t h sPierceEtS quoted the poet l Tennyson Who whle -,
ISr 'A m A g AGO* &P FOR SUMMER NORMAL thought of by all who knew him and -n ha. n--c--, thin flower, Chrit is to my oL .-
AIrer 6.I-- Cpt. WeI his death I greatly deplored by all rawholly|of tbem Ssti 1 .-..i U Illustrating part of the text, via:
wem t 4WA t s led i T The following young people west Up his nelghbMrs and friends, who highly *"'being rooted and grounded in love, he
M-l b e .2,ga-eitas te to stmev3-e today to attend the mor- esteemed hi. i gf the wonder care taken v
.n II IIII s9I- I NIr isml sehl atthat place via: Clar- al sch o of practice for the a e when building sykscrapes to see that
weS -II --"has a9 s.oI Imih Mr. R. C. I rt. Mis Or -- rinai mothers.orfor those broken grounded. So It was necessary that
is duooma*t 1th p>lle ll aaland daughter of Mr. Several negroes In returning home dwn In heath by too frequent bearing of Christian character be founded ad
me a t tamll1- "1 .ta.Mla of LEane, and Miss Saturday night had a runaway on Ch ldm I, also for the ajuIntt mo grounded In faith: said that some one
NNW gh th McDvale of rahanmiFrle. Inrt Kingwavenue near D. Van Hoodps b the systm faoco i claimed that character was what a
p. 0 residence. The bggy was pet t h mbyand. m l i' somedsn th nti. .. --persoan Is w hen he Isn't watched. and -.
IIgly, lllfr paltW***ORAP S odCANNOT E CURoED wrecked, aad the contents of the e- good Favorite Prescriptio It as light and darkness could not occupy
hbr (SI4Mw ter'. I_ .IOW &-ai-og- aa they cannot I le scattered over the street One an t o Siarm in any condition of t he the same space at the same time, so I ll
I "lp Cig lreachthe me ed portion fthe ear. man w knocked senseless t an i ntsa. It Is a Most potent invigorating was it when Christ entered the heart I'
W -T i ui ly me way to euredeaf- took conideiaMe effort on the part of teank d a hen erve nicely sin and evil had to to out. He men- L ti. --" U a
il l amess -t ha s bd Oy coun s al Dr. Van Hood to restore him to con- adaptedtowoman's delicate system by toned a little Jew girl who meeting
Sn rme ie afn, s D n easedis a sclousness, while the other man evi- sa of la pein etret- with an accident and being taken to Ia. I i1. .,
,A ,g Iamed coydita on of thee M ns detly had a rib broken, complaining Dr Pierce ma. be osulrted tedal e hospital, said she didn't believe those
that of e stachluaa QZ eWhen of a severe pain In his side. But both 0ofchafga Address Dr. R. V. PIerc around her were Christians becaukae
t ..*,_ _la lt le emarm me picked their things up and left valide' ell and Surgical I.lst% they were so kind, and a business man I I i
vw u I i nlem adaog. h and for home. Their names were not as- n. Y* who saidhe had lost faith In human
andjT!a certainaed, Sunday, however, Dr. Hood nature since he had started In bud- i
.i," as .- rmeelved a message to come out in the ness, and of a judge who declared that e -
resadt, t ukesotsa the ae nelghtshood of Mr. Chambliss' stock GEORGIA'S NEW GOVERNOR crime was on the increase because d m *
to ItsCe w takn ilut 5a.1 bow taearm to give medical attention to one -- man had lost a consciousness of God.
lto bednrmal cndiforeue, ;ear of the men thrown out of the buggy Joseph M. Brown was inaugurated He said that if we wished to reach
wil heou des^~s t frf tenereeobyarnneSaturday night governor of Georgia Saturday with the heights of perfection we must
out of t ar cl s i by cSata uJeffersonian simplicity. Hoke Smith, Make Christ our ideal and try to live M r A LA
Sorro. Is nothing a kqLIGHTNING STRUCK the retiring governor, Is a strong and up to it though he emphasized the ftaet
. a, Dr.1 -ed I-' ,-of tit .. m c.o ..s r .n.es. A TELEPHONE POLE progressive man, evidently about 20 that he did not believe ln a soulless
"Wewiad uite Misses we w' ve One Hundred Dollars years ahead of his time. state in this life. lIII II I IIII-
g S a DI . IL c anry ease o f deafnt ess causedd by Yesterday afternoon a bolt of lightn- He closed by Invocating the aid of UWU
Ss..s. Capt. T. H. a, trr) that annot be cured by Ing truck a telephone pole in front of. God on his work and expressing his
tt w M alls Ctrr re. Send for r Mr. Fred B. Welhe's .residence and. gratitude to all the people he had come 0
.GE1. imrN.o or Ott? *#,. to it all to pieces. scattering the _1-- A in contact with for the kind welcome ;
?Id.W.WiS,". fP.a mO c., ToleSo ._sO. tryents all over the ground. Mrs. C AI extended to himself ad wie noe I I
I .w. D WhlIsimy W.D. I i c. Ta Hair Welbe was slightly shocked by the bolt IN Wl hSfa" CsI lIL his arrival.
awV..01 mNetos, Albert Gerig, ?1alYU P Is or co stpatiu and Mr. Wethe was very uneasy about At the close of the service the U
D Iley, Mam M Ie Wi r o Wat her for some time.. as he feared she. & Im I It L church clerk, Mr. W. T. Gary, read
a s C M h I l"1r. IL. a I1. Walt' "ood -was p.r.e ssiny was seriously Injured. She Is entirely the letter of dismissal of Mr. and Mrs.
we S.' -f.Bata Prt.J. to C to ee Mr. Mlls. Re over the eects of t tod y, however. the Gabby from the church at Cadis Ky,. A
Wui~m. L, C~ eJu, Asher ank, tlarl hmi ome he picked up WilUl uisLa offtotdto the First Baptist church of Ocala,
t Csobp, Mr. ad M s Sl.anfordha an they reached the Cappleman Pla. On motion thO letter was aceept- I
Mars h N s Sai meany others place tihe heavy rain storm came up. ed and Mr. and Mrs. Gabby were duly n
Wi-min.2o The doctor to s*ow Mr. Luclus what elected to membership of said church.
perss. Mai hi what is it" would do, threw open ANOTHER FRIEND OF DAVIS FAN BARGAINS The clerk then called on Judge W. S.
e s win t a 1i1h- 1bsS uti ad landed In Ocal aI .12 Bullock to extend the hand of the
avSw- t- the iret Mainutes and beat the lain storm to a An ei.ght-nch Westinghouse electric church fellowship in behalf of the Tb nl I
.... .a 'AIgi "My winter said he never used a 4n that is positively guaranteed to congregation which he did in a few
Pat that Won e drysburn -only. th cents worth of e- wel chosen words. After a short r- m C ris i u
.p11int that ... .... ... ....a.. ,s._
ur.iyl- _erno"0.. tig ; ,. ,e ematu.e.. H.-W. T er.th the church and many citizens '
eoe M hs Pin l team defeated the Cvi lectrjealt supply man... -town who are not members of the I "
.who age payets ito 2. Ihere were not~ Davis 1 t Pure p t." Ba~ church, weptist church. went up and gave the
i i .' .may present mt at the ame, owing ., Wedo not knowr of any other pill noe pastor and his-wife the right hand am I Ini I C mm d IulI4
Sr.t ig .-.. tIheawd m .. . Ahat s a as good as DeWitt's Little of fellowship and wished them God-. __..
o< !tl < >^ '9^ay' 0h!^ u aO1 Imvw1 eivelale James, I. McCray, Earlyir Riserp, the famous littlee liver speed. PUWWU'2.Crlqu. Wqi9--, ft s|1 h.I
I A e as his n ad a geat many people went up on Blanch. N. C. pills-small, gentle, pleasant and sure
:.=m al oithen bspectoio the y w ralg train and at 1 p. m. pills with a reputation. Sold by all YOU NEVER CAN TELL m w S l pn
.41 de e mi ft I ;*K the ame. The bst pint MoItedly ruggists. Just exactly the cause or your rheu- no PtiS. TWn f
Wri.l *=W N nCdre. Mri. W. E LDodge. who h" been ab- apl -t ttEXALL Do you know that Ballard's Snow Un- ... .
u..-- +ln l f sat ot her iat bsMao.C Dav-, --- '. imtnt will cu It-relleves theV o
herS?. Goooh g Ia v C IVER
Of* w heit !? Painat Law. For sale by the Marion r -Price 25c, 50c and $1. At all druggists.
.... i. I. Hr T WELL KlOWN VETERAN U C I F OFI
ef this PIANO TUNmNG' .PARMESAN GRATED CHE SE Capt. John H. Welsh, one of the
-^ p Ten Bears Re f r O TYAL LUNCHEOII Ce BSE pioneers of Dade county, having moved
eb~la a -F it ye teacher in Oeafan say CAMMBERT CHEESE he in 1883 left yesterday for wl
wMlev r ,m with a party a Eusic house a Jacksoa llte. 'Phone IMPORTU CHEES_ _.heee in3l close up a deal for the .
thies9ve^ whpaty o AIR Ig E .. AM. La rd. city. 1-.-tt ROQUEFOR CHEESE wale of 400 acres of valuable lad | by a kinds of Junk-rm, 8tee. Brass,
.-- a S AGO CHEESE owned by him at Welshton, near Tin, L Rabber. Baging. barrels, Leather. Etc.;
s ht .a.a..h Ohe.. M EOV I g J'K W A NEGRO KILLED C. B & PICIED WALNUTS Ocala. Beller te,, whether as second-haand or scrap
Se. A. I. Word came fom the t.ontine JUNKET TABLETS After concluding his business at highest rlce n cash for same. Write or call on me am
s_ -. wMhW came f:ro the tup.ePn Pi,. a W will north, what you have an were It is located.
S..negro was killed a t that place Sunday. RASPBERRY SYRUP, The Summer tory." which he has been engaged on PHONE 341 -B wma.N MARKET AND LAUNDRY,
--ar p m FO YEARS KAAMAN CR Y, 5 Capt. Welh is a lfe-long republican '
a guest "f the ofte" PC.oW W tV.E18 DAT STUNF FOR IS YEARS F __ iand prominent in 0. A. R. affairs. o
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and faeeme a free man, a home owner. I have many homes, city and country,
sxmalI, lWhu -prid and large tlat I can sell you cheap for cash. or nearly
. ap cheap eO aet liberal term., a small payment down and Just a little were
each moath than you would pay ib rent, with the addition of 8% Interest.
RiC F- nvm I n-t I. ...-, hr.
W APA A THE SUNNY JIM SPECIAL '
SThe Swnny Jim cia left t .
senger staion on the Coast -at .
:.40 this morning. promptly e ta
with about 30 passenger, Mintly J-
of P. meet this evening. traveling men, and anmense lot of
Od F s mt t w ngh. baggage. "Sunny Jim" had his huge
Od Fellows meet tomorrow night. sign across the rear of the tall coach *'
that even.-thowe who ran to cah the .
Masons meet Thursday night. ta ev th wh rn tthe
train might read and learn all about
Red Men et Thursday evening it. The- train was made up of bag-
Rdga car, first and second class day
.*AAC.he. and a good engine. All it /
REXALL lacks now is a combination mail and
xpr-ss -ar. with a mail clerk and ex-
Mr. J. A. Rents. of Levon. is a guest xre-s ear. with a mail cleft and ex-
of trcou.rss messenger. Every passenger 00 /
was given a pretty silk badge by Mr.
Iolbin-,n, on which was printed in l /
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. White of Hamp- ctor .. '*4 c L.n r al way. nt n
t*wno c,,ors. "'. C. L. railway. Sunny
te are guests of the 3Montezuma. Jim S, qcal. Ocala to Lakeland: In-
itial Trip June 28th. 1909." Mrs. M. E.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to Robinson accompanied her husband to
ere chills and fver. 25 cents. Tampa on the first trip of this long
cherished train. Mr. Robert Taylor. *
Mr. D. A. Stroud of Brooksville is at one of the officials of the road. was
the Ocala House. also aboard. The engineer is Mr.
Trammel, of Lakeland and the con-
Mr. C. Williams of Lakeland was lutor. Captain George Bussard. both
registered at the Montezuma today. ofwhom will probably move to Ocai.
Hudnuts Dentaluxe Tooth Powder, Mr. Trammel is the inventor and has We have a o u -
JHudsInotr Dentaeure Toth Powdaseveral patent on railway car and
st in at the Court Pharmacy. engine Improvements, which will ev- Albo tools for wodimen in D
Mr. C. P. Pillans of Electra is at thentual make his fortune. Mr.Rob- be
.OcalaHouse.inson was looking for the "Ocala ed- o w be a
itor" to "pin a rose" badge on him, will find what you want, an
but he was not in evidence. Mr. M.
Mr. W. S. McLaughlin of Tampa is Robinson. or "Sunny Jim," should
a guest of the Montesuma. feel a Just pride in the Inauguration
of this new train. It is the fruition of
A new line of popular price books an idea of several years standing andT he M
IJhst In at the Ocala News Co. a labor of two years or more with
Mr. Mallory Lddon spent Sunday petitions and personal efforts amon H. B. CLARKSON, 9 ener
O r.calloryhis dnsethe railroad men and patrol. The
Ocala with his familytrain will connect at Lakeland for
Edwards' meat market will close at urn a little after 10 o'lock each
2 p m. on Thursdays. n 01 J
Miss M. V. Jacobs of Savannah il a
guest of the Ocala House. ANOTHER RAILROAD ACCIDENT, LORETTO, (Near
6 or 6 doses e"eW will cure any case Lon Richardson, a young negro man. Boarding School for Boys Conducte
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. a section hand on the Seabord In at- Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Care
tempting to jump on the caboose of lectual, Moral and Social Lines, Headl
Mr. A. 0. Rowe of Atlanta is at the the south bound freight. No. 11, this Pool, Complete Equipment ln SchooIr'
Ocala House. morning at Waldo, was thrown be- Recreation Rooms.
neath the wheels and both his legs
George P. Cox. of Morriston, spent were terribly mangled. He was then Apply for Prospectus to th
Sunday at the Montezuma. brought to the hospital, where the
physicians amputated both legs at the Lt. Joeoph'm Acade--
Plank's Chili Tonle, guaranteed toknee joints. He is in a serious con-
euro ehils and fever. 26 cents. lition and will probably die.
.1 Mr. W. Martin has returned from The Air Dome will have three reels THE NEW STREET SWEEPER
a business trip to Jacksonville. of fine pictures this evening, and you
want to be sure to see them. You The new street sweeper has arrived
W. D. Graham with the Southern needn't be afraid to go because It has and is ready for business. This is no
Express Co., spent Sunday in this city. rained today. Take an old newspaper baby affair like the other was, but a
along to sit on. and put your feet on powerful heavy sweeper, with a 1I-
REXAu.L the bottom rail of the seat in front, foot sweep. It is drawn by two horses
-- nd you will be as safe and more and will stand the wear and tea. The
Mr. Eminisor, of Sparr, Mr. Mur- comfortable than you would be in- sweeper takes everything clean and de
phy and family, of Griner Farm. were doors. posits it in a row at one side from
shoppers in town Saturday. .. --..... where it is shoveled up and carried off.
Do not forget that you can find any- Mr. C. V. Roberts, of Tampa, who
thing you want In crockery and glass- Mr. Roberts, of Tampa, who
ware at the Ocala News Co. fmlth, at the funeral of Mr. McAteer,
S S T I returned today.
Tom Burgess, a thrifty farmer of the J UST returned today.
19itchton section, was in the city this We have a most exquldite Une of
ornn e f a R a E 0 tancy Imported thna in many w-t
4 ANMD-Cheap typewriter for a R E nGV E U yDrugso r e.*
. armall boy to practice on. Address. -,
"Mandy." care Star. I We are siry to learn tta Mt s. p
e r- Brick Cheese H. Barnett is down with frveer. Her
NewtonPlummer returned this sickness will delay her trip to North
iinx from Red Lev appoint eret he Roiquefort Cheese Carolina with her ulisb d and daugh-
filed his regular appointment Sunday ter, several days.
S When in need of stationery go to a Farmer SaIBage The preseripuon oepanment Is the
stationer. The Ocala News Co. is the main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy,
only stationery store in Ocala. German Salomi San Iage reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
Mr. Bart Corley, of the Star force, reh Star Hamsr and business one of the largest in the
ent u to Gainesville today to visit country. Send us your precrio
,his little son. Samptar Bre-akfat aon Tydingd AiCo.
Have you seen the niew vble Payi- on E ach Week John Seiler, a roetere fatme
S, typewrito ? R. ,d is t Co and trucker of Oak was in town. to-
-Knersl agents, ay and reported he was still shipping
T TCAB I ]cantaloupes and.sgettlug g rlces
M. M.o r n i m UI for them. He remembered the Star.
I u L!e. V P nI Me B. P. Brown White shE
ROGE IR n P I c wife of Hampton, &i1d fI. C. Wiams,
W~e hav.l the nicest line of hairS of Lakeland, were registered at the
l brushes, eombs and other toilet arti- ______-__ ,_ Montezuma Sunday.
cl In the city.
Tydings & Co.
Mr. W. T. Richie was among the
excursionists to Jacksonville Saturdar
who returned home last night.
-, Was. Dkbig
.0rI. w Iter n[ J #I" .. L'" Three cents will fan you for ten
1W> .. a""f t a MO hours. Get one of those !-Inch Wes-
I eCtty viC by o t Red tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
* OrdCis foc d tfl Walla Mrs. N. A. Fort of Lynne. Is in the
. -- a---- -- .. city the guests of her daughteriw-n
p.I S &W W = by W"I ; law. Mrs. Chester A. Fort.
fIf you shave yourself, call at the
Court Pharmacy and ask to see the
new safety razor.
0 I r Misses Bertha and Ida Perkins. of
SH the Shady section. went to Starke
PA KI ONG IU&L UU s*atturlay to visit friends. .
C..The Court Pharmacy has an up-tn-
Da D B 4 M date line of toilet articles and Invites
i K^i W UVM your Inspection.
,4 -. ". Mrs. W. V. Graham and Miss Ethel
Haycraft returned from their visit to
tWekiwa Springs Saturday.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 75c.
I ItRh K: $7N0 per do zen.
Mr. Bigelow. manager of the Dunnel-
S ion phosphate plants. was a caller
Aill. In 13l n n R.C. uavis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
S will s0el any make of second-hand
ttled 1a i typewriter upon eas terms If desired-
Mr-F. E. Brigance left for Nashville
and Russelville. Tenn., this afternoon
One Quart S mver the Coast Line.
S- R. C. Davis Co, of Jacksonville.
Swill sell any make of second-hand
FourQa mrts$ 50 typewriter upon esqy terms if desired.
r u Mr. D. 8. Woodrow returned from
SWoodmar this afternoon where he
Menvere l *spent S nday with his family.
Mr. Henry Sistrunk. the popular
.City clerk, is expected back from hi?
SL -acation tomorrow.
Mrs. Frank Hall and bright young
daughter. Alma, are visiting friends at
Tullahoma, Tenn., and enjoying their
SAll the other protestant pastors
and their congregations Joined with
the Baptists Sunday night to welcome
Rev. and Mrs. Gabby.
Colds that hang on weaken the con-
stitution and develop Into consum.-
tion. Foley's Honey and Tar cures
persistent colds that refuse to yield to
other treatment Do not experiment
with untried remedies as delay naay
result in your cold settling on your
lungs. Sold by all druggists.
.- County Treasurer T. E. Pasteur is
X---- e- ^ busy with his financial report for the
year to be presented to the board of
county commUnsioners at Its next reg-
THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSE ular meeting. It will prove quite an
and taste as aweet. That's why Beles-
Inger's and Lowney's Candles la hat Uncle Billy Folks, of Romeo, preach.
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure ed for the people of Olivet church In
confections these; flavor delidom. Ouw the Pyles neighborhood Sunday. He
confectionery Is free from adultera- said the audience was small but the
tion. It Is wholesome and healthful collection good.
Every kind of confectionery here.
Fruits, Cold Drinks. Cigars and News- The people who didn't visit the Air
aspers. Dome Saturday night missed it. as the
pictures were good and the evening
ATS ALLARD'S pleasant.
Mr. Will Edwards has returned
from Daytona Beach in his automo-
bile. Mrs. Edwards remained at the
Daytona Beach Hotel, and Mr. Ed-
wards will go over Sunday in the ma-
chine to spend a few days with her.
I uMiss Nellie Stevens went up to
04 Gainesville this morning to assume her
duties as teacher In the summer nor-
may of primary work.
Mr. Lee Miller is here from Jackson-
Ville for a wey days. Mr. Miller says
he Is doing a good business in Jackson.
Mr. Claude Nelson, assistant book-
keeper at the Marion Hardware Co..
a'-"VMA in.SMA 1SARW a.. f. 'W i
ckof ajlftlk iu
moot Of Me 6Iwaumm. ,
good 00Msmnt Ou In aaib. ob m
S ACADEMY .
Mandarin) FI tRIDA.
id by the Sisters of t. JeosagL T@ q
fully Trained aomg Physlall, i .l
thy .l tcat a cea s
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FORM HALTW AIM PNO aMS
"Land of Vthe Sli *A h0
On the Southern Railway, op ,hour rgss Ash ss, sm,' C"pa- y .
No consumptives. Hot and O&W dMB lpni ADKs, MM t, 5wIam an o
Speelal attention to mountain parties, Special party -aO ft g '
information address G. C. ROGAN, Manamge. (Irmry i mai na 1 '
worth Inn. Ashevlle.) .
* i I I __ I i ilra 4 ;
L-'~ insma- --
WE CARRY A COMPLETE ST OP PS ,IM I ".i
WELL AS OTHI4r AUTOMOUMI i An P,
-REPAIRING AND TIM" V a J'. AU. u
PROMPTLY AT REASONABLK P*C.
OCuAL I IRU O--tt
Fairbanks & Morse 3-horsepower
(will develop oear) In perset -teondtle
for sale at bargain. Fittings also for
gasoleme. Owner has substituted elec-
tric motor. Address P. 0. Box U88,
For $19 spot cash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fulltVy" $2:*
want the room. Apply Immedlately.
Will not suffer If you kave to. We
They are Improving to oAt he-
pie's looks wheoa Stted by coe who
Your eyesight Is too pretesm to
neglect. You owe thel all the.
tendon and eipe ghet. -aw
They Get Carefti AitieM- --r
DR. A L BONIY,
Ofie hours: 9 to 12 a. and
1:20 to 4:30 p. m. Optical offee
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 'GY
I I I! lL.P'e1 Go
Thmri~m 6m -
T2*evft ks nt16 h"drn
s sm Aw i a uto
been! caughtup mi*
Vhefethebiy ufil whit M a
POIm~ts, JuftsandDOMU s. im 16
view, wan h= 600..n~
Mr.'DewwDeck, of Ow0af
istown latuday Wdmwa
(ZI1e w s.y m-moelaft
-waint atab i ub b moesm-.
a" FMr. sun m-~~
bfdMaxMi Is ~ b
JhhaMid m u. BOTn
to wwa Bouwday amifsa ui
at dry swaodsw- bellMr. Dal -
ad at NXds n1d" amd ga'-
Is IWksb kw m wV06"at
P *~ -.
'60MA MIvNIG StAR, MONOA% JoltS j tI
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KC T I
A&d~p Am*w d d
U' ---I BAK
CO MMERCIAL BANK,
*111 WS UTillSANK
Anu. t06 IaMNr h pemama" md snumsamd women-of
S9,1W. om fte rsuad lag taitory.
IsNa miN e Out embers represent th e men and
- Gwsm wo bm .l"t and m m bunn smuemmau nr
Wo ad a m oorar bene
ALWR W~i ifdmK
AidIn-O. hmw m M Iid75b
Urn qckm mf 12$0 8uC. Kin~t $175
Im AID IN PLAIN BOXES
m This Straight North Carslam Corn
dNilt:-a -Whisky not to be a blend--ot a
cempema; not ma Imitatnsa but jut
pre en r whisky of ual strength
Order today hfom the largest duilery in Florida
-CLANEY & CO.
hk-*L .* * * J inmb H
Wrie For Price Lst N
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0 f %S~CALAuIN
ALL K3MM OF
upsidlmip &-h nmd h ha 16- d
Sk b mcedoLAlm hos dump Abel...AK bhsf
mA u~.m^ mdis Good wish pmo hr wsNo
ii d sw Cmbeld wi& r oa
4CO A!F* At rm AmlN. w wo) e
i~ l~Aji I WIrN "-gapmsy.
and unto God the things that are His.
I hope you did not sign It?" very anx-
"But I did." "Well, well. it will
hurt you. I am sorry. Where do you
get off?" "Oh. I am going up to the
lodge. Think I can help the cause a
little up there."
"Well, I am going to prayer meet-
ing. I never allow anything to inter-
fere with that."
It seemed to us as we sat in the
seat behind and heard the low conver-
sation, that the local option petition
signer, church and lodge man went
down from the street car and up to
his lodge Justified, rather than the
prayer meeting churchman, who went
in before the altar of his God after
having been bond-servant to Caesar
all the day.-Amerlcan Issue.
A Crying Shame
The Chicago Dally News-not a
prohibition paper, mind you-on the
evening of May 6, published the fol-
lowing among Its "Talks on Many
Topis,"M as a letter from some Chica-
"Who can tell me what to do with
a husband who. through excessive
drinking, Is going to ruin? Cures do
not help any. Sanitariums have fail-
el to make any Improvement and li-
quor dealers have been warned, but
they keep on giving It to him whether
he has money to pay for it or not. In-
fluential persons have spoken to him
timo and again, only to gain a prom-
Ie, which Is broken the very nxt pay
day. Must I sit by and see my chil-
lrm-t. rPnlmbl. Peo Tte Good. Do god.
Sew rsbihs W., weeks orire. o. el. e. Novw
asisg Rsmni Cey C hiCcao or N.Y.
I- 11 TE IUJM MIES
CARPENTER AND UILDER
Careful estimates made on
contract work. yrves more and
ter work for the money than
other contractor la own.
WILL CURE YOU
of any case of Kidney or
Bladder disease that is not
L -- -- J A w ... L. _--__*
A Yew of Prehibiio
(By Bev. John White.)
What s the record of t*e year of
prohibition in Georgia?
1. nla the ten cty centers of At-
lanta, Rome, Columbus, Macon Au-
g-ta, Athens, Albany, Ganesville.
Brnuwick and Vamdota, the reports
of the city coWts s1w a reduction In
arrests for drunkenness of sixty per
cent, and a reduction In arrests for
all crimes of thirty-fve per cent. for
1"S, as agalnast 17.
2. The prevalence throughout the
farming section of much more satis-
factory relations between planters
and mM men and the labor they em-
ploy than formerly.
L. The consensus among cotton
Nml managers as published In Indus-
trial papers, that prohibition is pr-
ticulaly friendly to the stability and
efficiency of their operatives.
4. The thilning of the cloud of fear
and ne-nine.- over the lives of coun-
try women, which nla.the year 19"7 had
become a morbid and threatening sta-
tus in Georgia by reason of drunken-
NM among the negroes.
L The co~v ion. practialy uman.
Iouso with the leaders, teachers and
friends of the negro people, that pro-
hIMbtUoe s an mreikable blessing to
that recs-U-.. strqmg in Georgia.
The actual economy of wealth in
the state's drink bill. the accurate ex-
tent of which cannot be calculated.
but which may be estimated by the
great slumpD nla the figures of the
United States revenue department, of
whiskey taken out of bond in 18.,
and from the candid admission in cir-
culars ent out by distillers and brew-
erm to rally the trade to the reality of
the peril of prohibition.
7. Best of all-the good fight for
the aerednea of law and the integ-
rity of democracy, which is going on
its way Hing up the civic conscience
and patriotism In every community on
one side and the lawless minded and
the Indifferet to law on the other.
Give us ten years of this in Georgia
and In the South and the policy of
prohIbition will demonstrate itself as
something deeper and more vital than
a temperance wave. Ten years from
now a solid prohibition South will be
nl the eyes of the world.
"Awful Reults" in Knoxville
Knoxville, which was the first large
city of the South to vote out its sa-
loons, is giving additional demonstra-
tion of the prosperity that follows the
probibitiod policy. Last year. without
a dollar of saloon revenue, the city
laid five miles of street paving at a
cost of $275,0@. Already this spring,
three miles of concrete sidewalks have
beef laid and the total will be brought
!up to sixteen miles at a cost of $50,-
*O. The city Is spending $50,00 more
to widen some of the streets at cer-
tain points and is building a concrete
viladuct on Asylum avenue that will
cost $67,0@. At the council meeting
last Friday night advertisements were
ordered asked for for bids for the lay-
*.mg of nine more miles of street pave-
nment at a cost of some $50.000. The
city has purchased a lot for a new
thigh school building at a cost of $50.-
400, and plans are being drawn for the
building, for which $100,000 will be
paid. A contract has been awarded
for building a primary school which
inl cost $10.000. The budget Includes
an appropriation of 85.000 for another
negro school. A new fire hall costing
8.000 is being built and an addition
being built upon another at a cost
Knoxville is this year spending
twice as much money for public im-
provements as has ever been spent in
one preceding year; yet the tax rate
without saloon revenue is five cents
oewer on the 810 than in 1907. with
Two men boarded the street car.
They were prominent members of the
same church and friends. It was
Wednesday evening, and one was on
his wayo o the prayer meeting, the
other going to his lodge.
Bald one. "Did you sign the local
option petition today?.
The other replied: "No. I could not
afford to. Tou see some of the saloon
men are my best customers. I could
not afford to sign. I'lD vote all right,
but no signing such petitions for your
Uncle Henry. No, sir. a man in bus-
Inem must stand on business, and
moral and reform and religious ques-
tions must not enter in to disturb
business relations. I render unto
Caesar the things that are Caesar's.
the daIly pairs the land are sold
to the liquor power. The politicians
are awned, body and-soul we had al-
most said-by the brewer and the dis-
tiller and the saloonkeeler. The lit-
tie "statesmanw are busy chattering
about who shall be United States sen-
ator. and the bigger breed of them
about what shall be the tariff on
stockings, and such like things. And
the voters are so helplessly tied to
the leading strings of political parties
committed to the perpetuation of this
Infamy, that the task of arousing
them seems almost hopeless.
Somebody is. to blame-accursedly
to blame--for the woes of this poor
woman. The saloonkeeper is one such
somebody, but he is only one.
How would it sound to say that the
soul's blood of this poor woman's
woe cries to God against every citizen
who has not, in the supreme act of his
citizenship, clearly and beyond mis-
understanding recorded his utter con-
demnation of the whole system that
creates her sufferings? If every man
who voted for Taft or Bryan last fall.
would ask himself whether his ballot
said "Yes" or "No" to the saloon's
request for permission to keep on
knouting this poor mother, what ans-
wer would he get.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS
Several weeks have elapsed since
an article for Christian Endeavor has
contained varied news items. We are
grateful to editors and readers who
shared patiently with us accounts of
the state convention, reports or last
year's work. and gleanings from the
secretary's field trip.
State President Winnard had plan-
ned to attend the International Con-
vention at St. Paul Min.. July 7-12.
but now feels it will be Impossible.
As transportation agent for our state
union he asks every one who Is plan-
ning to goto St. Paul to write to him
at 402 Palm avenue, Tampa, as soon
as possible, that he may send such
representatives from Florida proper
credentials. The officers of the Knit-
ed Society have asked that our ban-
ners be on exMbition with those from
many states, and Mr. Winnard is anx-
ious that some one from Florida will
be on hand to show "our colors" in
the great parade. Who will be the
first to volunteer?
Miss Emma Y, Hughes, the inde-
fatigable secretary of North Central
district is no longer a sojourner in a
remote phosphate camp. She and her
mother are now pleasantly located in
Gainesville. 318 E. Main street, while
Mr. Hughes Is traveling for a cutlery
company. Mrs. Hughes and our sec-
retary are delighted in having church
privileges again and on being sur-
rounded with congenial friends.
A much appreciated letter from
Dr. Clark tells of the pleasure given
him by the brief trip to Florida, and
regretted that not more space could
have been given the convention in his
write-up of his southern field work.
Dr. Clark added: "I feel more than
ever that Christian Endeavor has still
a large work to do In your state."
What do we Floridians think about it?
It Is almost time for the asking for
reports abhowing the society work ac-
complished in the first quarter of this
new year, commencing April 1st, 1908.
Both Junior and older Endeavorers
have nice, new blanks to report on,
and it should be a real pleasure to be
prompt and exact in making these
statistics, so Indispensible to the dis-
Mr. W. F. Mantey. treasurer of
Northeastern district, has sent an ur-
gent. though kindly appeal to each so-
ciety in his field, asking that the an-
nual dues of twelve cents per capital
be paid as soon as possible. (Juniors
are only expected to give 6 cents per
member). One serious drawback of-
ten in Florida isa the .seeming Indiffer-
ence or Ignorance shown by district
treasurers, resulting sometimes in de-
pleted funds when most needed at
convention time. Let other treasur-
ers take note of Mr. Mantey's busi-
ness like methods and see if finances
are all straight in their own districts.
Miss Lelah Brightwell. the energetic
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SHORTEST L' IANESaS7S4 5
Year R Umnd Li Nes and Florid PaFt AMk a'lnd
secretary of West Tampa Endeavor-
ers. has sent us a bright news letter.
Among other items to be mentioned
later is the following: "The Juniors
are progressing nicely. They are now
engaged In making scrap books for the
Children's Home and are enthusiastic
over the work. Mrs. Beyer. the Junior
superintendent, has been away for the
last two weeks, but will be with the
children at their next meeting."
The readers of the Ocala Star will,
we thing, be glad to hear of the con-
tinued prosperity of Rev. Fred Powe4
of Carrollton, Ga. A great revival
meeting has lately been held in his
church with the eloquent Christian
church evangelist. Rev. .Stephen D.
Colyer, in the pulpit.
GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
Interlachen, Fla., June 24, 1fW.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ,
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree render-
ed by the Honorable W. S. Bullock.
judge of the circuit court of the 5th
Judicial circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion county. in chancery hitting In
a certain cause pending therein
wherein Thomas P. Denham. trustee.
is complainant, and the Oklawaha
Fruit Company, The Consolidated
ChItitu Company and J. R. Williams
are defendants, the undersigned as
special master in chancery, will on
Monday, the Sth day of July. A. D.
1909. at the south door of the court
house In Ocala, Marion county. Fior.
Ida. during the legal hours of sale, of-
fer for sale and sell to the highest bid-
der for cash all the property directed
to be sold In and by said decree and
described as follows, to-wit: Begin-
ning at the southeast corner of see-
tion six (6) In township thirteen (13)
south of range twenty-one (21) east.
and running thence west along the
south line of said section six (6) forty-
five (45) chains, thence north forty
(40) chains to the quarter section
line. thence east twenty-five (25)
chains, thence south twelve and 50-
100 chains, thence east twenty (20)
chains to section line. thence south
twenty-seven (27) and 50-100 chains
to point of beginning, lying, being
and situate in Marion county. Florida;
and also that certain other piece or
parcel of land described therein and
particularly described as follows: Be-
ginning at a point eight (8) chains
west of the northeast corner of the
southeast quarter of section six (6)
in township thirteen (1S) south of
range twenty-one (21) east. thence
run west along the quarter section
line four (4) chains, thence south
twelve and 50-100 chains, thence east
four (4) chains, thence north twelve
and 50-100 chains to the point of begin-
ning, situate. lying and being In Ma-
rion county. Florida, said last men-
tioned piece to be sold subject to the
lien of that certain judgment In favor
of Charles E. Garner against Chas.
W. White. dated August 21 189,. and
recorded in Minute Book "B" at page
25 of the public records of Marion
county, Florida. and now held and
owned by defendant J. R. Williams,
by deed of assignment dated Novem-
ber 18. 1904. and recorded in Book of
Assignments "I" at page 487 of the
public records aforesaid; together
with all the buildings, fences, tobls
and implements, orange groves and
nursery stock planted and growing
thereon and all forms of personal
property now owned by said defen-
dant, Ocklawaha Fruit Company, s
uate upon said before mentioned and
described lands: and. further, that in
accordance with the terms of said de-
cree. no bid will be received or enter-
tained by the master from any person
or bidder who has not prior to the
time of the making of the said sale of
said property, tendered to the master
a certified bank check payable to the
order of said master, or currency of
the United States of America, for the
sum of at least Two Thousand Dol-
lars. such sum so deposited by the sue-
cessful bidder to be applied on the pur-
chase price, if he pays the balance of
his bid to said master, or to be ap-
plied on the deficit. If any, between
such bidder's bid and the subsequent
successful bid. if any. at a re-sale of
said property ecaose of the falure
of said purchaser to pay the full
amount of his bid and abide hr the
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