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: 07 1, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03207
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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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 1, IUL


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Good Things

To Eat


PARMESAN GRATED CHEESE
ROYAL LUNCHEON CHEESE
au olRT" CHEESE
MT SWIS CHEESE


C. A& PICKLED WALNUTS
JUNKST TAALETS
SPANIMG U0 PAPERS, I10 and W
eCat Thie
RASMPURV SYRUP, The SemWmer
KALAMA00 CELERY, Me. a Tin.


, K. GROCERY
TMH QUALITY STORL.
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Selosne Had to Clos at
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eries Must PFllow Suit in
Six Months
Nashville, July L-The people of
Tennessee awake this morning to find
themselves riding on the water wagon.
The state-wide prohibition law passed
by the legislature last winter over the
veto of Governor Patterson became
operative at midnight last night. The
law forbids the sale of alcoholic drink
within four miles of a school house,
and had the effect of closing the door
of virtually every saloon In the state.
All the cities have become "dry."
among them Memphis,. which will at-
tala the distinetlom thereby of being
the largest cityr Ita wi whee the
aMe of Inte-lent- 1n prohibited by law.
Memphis now has 3 saloons. Other
large cities which will be affected are
Nashville, with 131 saloonarand Chat-
tanooga, which has 62 drink empori-
ums.
On January 1, next, six months after
the retailers received their knock-out
blow, the brewers, distillers and others
engaged In the manufacture of Intoxi-
cants. will be put out of business. On
that date the state law forbidding the
manufacture of Intoxicants will come
Into force. The six months' probation
was given the brewers and distillers to
enable them to dbDose of their prop-
erty.
It Is estimated that the prohibition
laws will cause a falling oft of more
than a million dollars In the revenues
of Tennessee. Investments exceeding
$10,0,000 In distilleries, brewpeles,
rectlfy gestablishments and whole-
sale and retail lilg store will be*
come idle Indefinitely, and much of
It will be lost, because no Indemnity is
provided for. It also is calculated
that 12.000 persons will be thrown out
of employment.
A HORRIBLE HOLD-UP
"About ten years ago my brother
was held-up' In his work. health and
happiness by what was believers tp b
hopeless consumntlon." wiltes W. R.
Ulscpmb. ( Washington. N. C. "'He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment from several doctors, but found
no help till he used Dr. Kings New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. e 16 a well man today..
tt'e quick to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hiemorr-
bages, coughs and colds, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all brojlaia a06
sections, O0f an4 |. qial bottle re.
ttuasaqteed by all druggists.
UNmN VE'ERAS SUICIDE
Crppled by an Aqldent Pad Peared
He Would Lee. Hi. Pietim
W'aAllgtom, July l.-Wverett T.
flotcholl, a plerk Ip the pealakn offloe.
who had beep a solonel In a Kentucky
Union regiment In the elvil war. corn.
knitted suicide yesterday by tying a
heavy stone to his neck and Jumping
Into shallow water In the bottom of
an abandoned bathing crib in the Po-
tomac river near the old "Lng prdgg.
49 lia t{ W iess4 'tpz* .
Qofoel tieteliU had his right arm
broken several months ago and feared
that he would be dismissed from the
government service on account AAf t
disability capped b k injury. Ie
was 0 iL tI Mlne an 4 ba&4 be I(
pension pfce clerk for twenty-nine
years. He was seventy-five years old.
Pension office officials said he wiq Iln
no danger of being djiinss*ed:
A ONTENTIE WOMAN
is always found In the same house
with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
keeps every member of the family ftee
from aphes and painj It heals cuts,
ues anad scalds and cureas rheuma-
aism, neuralgia, lumbago and all mum,
eular soreness and stiffness. 2Ko, Ne
and $1 a bottle, At all drIists.
A JUVENILE AUTOI8T
Presideqt Taft* EIve.-Yeer-Old Son
u1s HI. Mother's Car
Washington. July 1.-Charlie Taft.
the 13.year-old son of the president.
Is probably one of the youngest driv-
ers of an auto In the country. The
1a4 appropriated his mother's electric
runabout. Mrs. Taft being unable to
run It on account of her illness, he
may be seen any day driving the ear,
skillfully, about the city.
*Many people with chronice threat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief In Poley's Honey and Tar
as it cures stubbon coughs attap othep


treptmeut has maied. L. M. Ruggles,
eafenob. Iowa, writes: "The doectso
I said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley's Honey and
Tar. It stopped the hemnorrhages and
pain in my lungs and they are now as
sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug-


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CALVARY


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Mrs. J. W. Morrison was a visitor to
Ocala last Tuesday and spent the day
with Mrs. M. E. Wallace.
Mr. J. W. Morrison and son Merritt
spent Thursday at York, Rock Springs
aud Heldtvil setulning hpme Friday.
Mr. J. W. Morrison and son went to
Ocala Saturday.
Mr. J. I& Miller. the great cattleman
of Martel. was a visitor here Thurs-
day, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. A.
S. J. Waliace.
Little Annie Morrison is suffering


SA1IPLE


SALE


WE HAVE JUST BOUGHT a large Mme of

samples In the below meato -e goods.

We bought these samples at a reduelloa eo

the usual wholesale price, and In accord

web our policy of undersellig all cemp

ttem we have placed these goods on arw

couaters, marked In large plain Ugnre

just like thie onuse marked them for their

sdesmen to sell them to the merclmants.



So you get the actual wholesale


price on each article


Te goods are all new, stylish me th very

best material you'H ever get for the memy,


FOR LADIES WE HAVE


ShirtWaists, MuslinUnderskirts,


Hosiery, Kimonas, Undervests,


Collars, Belts, Handkerchiefs,


Etc., Etc.


FOR


EN WE HAVE


Dress Shirts, Working Shirts,


Overalls, Undershirts, Drawers,


Suspenders, Handkerchiefs and


Good Sox


Also Boy's Pants, Summer Lap


-Robes, Etc.


This is an opportunity we have secured for you, and

we know you will appreciate it and avail yourself of


this chance to save money.


We are always on the lookout for good things for our

customers and assure you at all times, that "If its a


good thing, we have it."


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night could not have been desired:
clear skies, a fresh breeze and comfor-
table temperature conduced to make
the affair a grand success.
Master Bernard Blair of Martin is
visiting his aunt. Mrs. A. M. Reed.
Mr. Frank Adams, who has been In
Georgia several weeks, is once more at
home.
Mr. C. E. Brown, station agent at
Weirsdale, has been transferred tem-
porarily to Webster, an appointment
which may become permanent. Mrs.
Brown will remain here for the pres-
ent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
S. Gates. until It is decided whether the
appointment Is to be permanent or not.
Lumber has been received at Weirs-
dale for an addition to the beautiful
home or Mr. W. H. BIckley.
Mrs. C. S. Gates and Mrs. F. E. Peck-
ham visited Oeala on Saturday and
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Gates over Sunday, returning on Mon-
day. While there they were the recipe.
loents of many kindly attentions, among
which were automobile rides to Silver
Springs and other points of Interest.
Mr. C. 8. Gates, president of the For-
est Hills Cemetery Association, has
had the grounds put In fine shape. If


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ELERAM IME B i
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igantic Enginerilng Work to be Per-
formed by the united States
and Canada
Buffalo, July L-The next big en-
gineering project on the Great Lakez
Swill be the damming of the Niagara
river opposite Buffalo for the purpose
of raising the level ot Lake Brie. The
International waterways commission,
which has been working on the prob-
lem for several years, has about com-
pleted its report, and. It is said, will
place the result of Its Investigations
with a recu-r nationn that the dam
be built by the Canadian and the
, United States governments.
HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN
If you have ana iin the back, uri-
nary, bladder or kidney trouble and
want a certain, pleasant herb relief
for women's Ills, try Mother Gray's
"AUSTRALIAN LEAF." It Is a sae.
reliable regulator, and relieves all tfe-
male w .aknewe Including Inflam-
mation and ulceration. Mother Glay's
Australian Leaf is old by druggists
or sent by mall for 5 M ets. Sample
sent free. Address, the Mother Gray
Co., Lemoy, N, Y, S
CITRA
Mr. C. W. White is here for awhile.
Conductor Bay's family. formerly of
Palatka are now pleasantly located in
the C. IR. Carter residence on Main
street.
Miss Apple Radditt and Miss DoIlle
Row4ll left Wednesday for Gainesville,
to attend the normal. Miss Florenoe
Cork joined them at Orange Lake.
Mrs. R. G. Blake lp back from Oeala.
Marshal Whlbiey went down to Ocala
Miss Zekna Cason of Island awV.,
was in town Sunday.
Lightning wasa oftfeal uftday I a
around CiUra, H, nboiith"'m lost
A (tit te m4 struck by. i.
Dr, Conner wept up to Jacksonville
Sunday,
Mr. J. W. Melton returned from
Jacksonville M9afay,
We w evtand that Mr. Carl Wish-
art In now bookkeeping for the Melton
Lumber Co, in Mr. George Townsed's
place.
. The A. C. I. train crew went out
Sunday afternoon to Wilcox, where
they made their first new trip Monday,
arriving here at 11:25 a. m.. leaving at
3 p. m. and arriving at WUeox at 8:20
p..Im.
Mrs. M. J. iberouse has returned
home from laverness, where she has
been spending a while with her nieces,
Misses Belle and Lallie Gillis, and
also was present at the wedding of
Mr. Homer Potter to her niece, Miss
Belle, Mis Lallie Gillis returned to
York with her. where they spent a few
days.
PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the president of the Indus-
trial and Orphan's Home at Macon.
a., who writes: -We have used
Electric Bitters In this Institution for
nine years. It has proved a most ex-
cellent medicine for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. We regard it as one
of the best family medicines on
earth." It invigorates the vital or-
gans, purifies the blood, aids diges-
lion, creates appetite. To str.igthen J
and build up thbt, p.ie, weak children
or rwn-down people It has no equal.
Best for female complaints. Only 5ec
at all druggists. i
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
Mr. Osro Kelsey of Riverside, Calif.,
visited his parents at Stanton last
week. Mr. Kelsey was reared here, but
sfnee leaving home has spent some
time In Cuba before going to Califor-
aMr. John Turney, of Little Rock. a
former resident for many years here.
ia visiting his daughter. Mrs. A. M.
Reed.
Nearly every one in town attended I
the exercises at the Welrsdale church .
on the anniversary of the organisation
of the Lake Weir W. C. T. U. on last
Thursday. and enjoyed the picnic sup-
per In the park and all were much 1
pleased with both supper and enter-
talnment. A more glorious day and


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-. ML..551DW, Wns~vv JULY it no


e to* hm l BANKS &MILL BE CLOSED MONDAY
A Rh s refemrd -to abo-r... w .B .. --
4ir Ms th af of1r the the abe0 a inGen &dudam A1 t1 Fburth of Jubr fi fM on
&LaB*-lB ._.t.I Dr. L tf-f-L WO I 1 .0_60 'ysJ 1 t" Sunday this year. under the law Mon-
& A0 W -A tN Medical DhbsVw thada, fifth wnll be a lal aoleal
L*nn-- If " ADIN THE 10 E 4T9 =Goldena Medmda The banks of the pity. therefore. will
.. **"'_- --- DOi-e y (i a -s- mOt ente alteative or be closed for buasiess on that day.
8, IT. niM S -Agr T.,e craftyfy fox." the editor of the Moodp ad ton or aiorator
S mni, is glad to be mitaed ae8ieiasl;= y favorably I a ser CARD OF THANKS
L, MOr the ioMt"c or its esteemed coatempwer- Mve way tnhe meous i--
a.te.li tarT lef"Artfalto0a*e as To the kind friends and neighbors
m . -- M-a- O .cal A -f m M who came to ns and helped us with
SBABYi MARK ig authority for aay t editorr ysal rllrtha eltheir loving aid and sympathy in the'
O. W TMK TAMPAPIB d the tear waa "ttat- anu time of our great sorrow and bereave-
S-- b uillll t a democrat ment at the time of sickness and death
a. a eg h e to- a y." Here sl his awer, *t of our darling baby. Ralph. we wish to
Itny, gt w tthea te abov e iestence: t b extend our sincere thanks. for all their
b Iav I W neagtat t ,AM It la. ot for pritatlo ftrom jaitec kindness shown at such a sad time and
em a Ois, ue tha u at- prlatCple or otaerwt thi, paper hompe s may the elHavenly Father bless and
i esy. It s the bet land that should a Florida rereesentative comfort them a he does all who look
I Bt Meria," he a e -T again vote for protection that the Star to him. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Perry.
Oer .are tianO t et a It fingers gleefully. asa sI 1iii METHODIST SERVICES FOR JULY
Our whee Ik t 11" 1.- dudgld S t It and sheut enthusiss- 749oweiy iry wetmbMvht.
aet amy dt Mr. Sal eam io Talmyps it ,dfes not eare a continental a mle a Ia e PFor week worn- .
-to N is And this renmisna f it democratle platform.a lc t .as o o rke_ wome w-smaoti r what In the absence of the pastor, Rev. R.
do 11ts- in tat-has rmt da-lAt a-th by o tr wform." I 0has eaed th bremkow, _FaTorlte H. Barnett. the Methodist pulpit will
... .... ta ini f g e" by ourm wOr ks." Pnatpliwilbefoundw teffeetiv" be filled on the first Sunday by Rev.
1M ii paper speily the Tribune, Look at the editor of the Banner's aN hfai up the strength, rulatUi Mr. ghtbbr; on the second Sunday
911111 a Sai dh at the tar tt I0 I faction m, subdul paln r on e .
e..A ...... .pesob" te ec..a..e the star S. ad..... tt Inma y lP by the presiding eldr.Re. T. J. Nix-
I, pmeI .d neItoo.. a*O'PA TO voed to restore the Dley AbIooak partcula wraps.eaeh bte Hilburn. of Sutherland College, and
Selk e-- aa a ie e 4. ... 4 ratwn plleappl .and hadd-o be- *givinganiformnla both mediciem and on the fourth Sunday by Rev. N. H.
wy.I -To y ias 1 r a "y 0e aM they were so petitioned by wthe qUa h at 5O0as o einIM& sd0 Williams, editor of the Advocate. The
~ waifts at Ouitn menut- the ptieamAse tw*rs of the est Coast, rwhoma works anr consulted d r wk praye ^'t;3^ l
a eliS l a a mi l e lakd ad- th Star said the eapplte ow- by ph dM ol e sil thehood pcut regular weekly prayer metings will
*Bftaar ab^grow- ..n^i^ @,, -in__.a h pnmerlengc s ay o Ich n- be held, by leaders provided.
esas -iMaa a baiasroqaqfe In this act of Justice to es atrla to these edciesa.
CaMe l 3 by b Mr r pertr their Interests and because of this fav The words of praise bestowed o the DON'T GET A DIVORCE
d ~ the l that m far out- ered legislation they, the pineappleM IGra edlta eterlfa tInIt.ctor
Sa m the per- ower of the east coast, didn't care medidnes by sueh writers should A western Judge granted a divorce
son wel the I m t>netaI Sfor t he w democratIc plat- be Smweight thanS.ay1a1ontofI on account of ill-temper and bad
far Tana m s' ive-dae uonal tesm 35laaSSl 3 b breath. Dr. King's New fe Pills
a a'I rI n I t n o P er tries to make theM nes Wewr In, tingfordo breguh. Dr. Kin New Life Pills
labe pne h s so the S7 tar a ry we did the shouatng. Thias. seAr al Nleaa s anld aw whelra would-. have prevented it. They cure
b tls a a' r re kiev. i only on a line with all that heyqeak. constipation, causing bad breath and
Oa uf hs tso T ~t a. thwe *u tor is guilty of In state- oA d**ies arwe 3mO loholl, O liver trouble the ill-temier. dispel
Way I the1 About every-* ents of this character. secret, ad eontai nn harmful ,bMil colds. banish headaches, conquer
tMig e m ed Im p u e ldr n, .a bemia dra beng in compo eG Iyce.ei chills. 25c at all druggists.
1ad 1 11= t-he ipOtracts4-1.. ...om..of naUtie..Am.. .a.
-- V V g ae.-.. .I-" OCALA THE LOOCAL POINT isedeial Sweet plants. They are both
g. -T-O. sold dd.by deal ars Ine dleluel You can't SKILLED PAINTING
spen so reg to s otoM mae The preasee of Capt. John H. Wesh atefd to eeepta a substItutefor oeOf -
as r r i I. o aft Mta ltmi--a our midst reminds s of them edicmes of kow comuiPtlo I am prepared to take any job.of
-e m. he, ma p at t the t that twenty years ago In a an osr me e. ...um. q 1 painting, no matter how large or how
am" 11d 11 ,"dinesad tryli gmpee ta meis Dcala. he advocated the .asy ms tae M.e' a. l i nM small, or how fine the work desired
ey -T'.e -. pe' mS al of ie sItate capitol from Tal- .toai m bsenh. y 18e4a "Jwelj may be. I have the material, brushes
OF etWall iI e1ai 3 1 o As sai pe aad later took an active and ------- - .. and knowledge to paint and do it
-A-S-? aggrew pinl art I the campaign to re- right. Houses painted Inside and out
CC r thW* 0 a move the'same; but failed. Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
ePIs N-the. *Ay e0 ol "0- ptaai Webb has not changed his varnishing and lettering and sign
an- people. lak mind on that subject. He sla coaldet painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
....^........... .. tl* ithe question is not dead. but will again Address P. O. Box 135, or leave word
Ir wiA -"a..f tgS lhat bie revived and In that eampamig the at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw.
ISUmIISe !1 mm II ctl- attlon will be either Ocala or Galnes- oala Flatf
s torub to ft t5 o & heir dios O viyle. He mid the town that will be E CTISMOHN
I-l ,but a" t t di mthe winner In that contest for capitol ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
he-- ,e 1,O.,.a w---did thir will be the one that begins the IRONS ON TRIAL
Sh.P.g._m ..lt th + i_-Ctybe- D = Uton and keeps It up. N'-' --
nm themee tae Un .o..left Ocaa. I will place an electric smoothing
or !mm .... hL..M are the Theri b more catarrh In this sec- YOR APPWARANCE iron in your home on a few days' trial.
-----Iw.=- -- "" mI m tion of' the country than all other dis- Will 'hot suffer If you have to wear upon request at my office, or by carM i
P11 P" se put tether, and until the last iptaes or phone. They are the the greatest
*1116 Iis 4n t O few years wa supposed to be Incur- little thing in the home, especially in
Oeala eat the trade of able. 3 Pr a great many years doctors They are Improving to most pe- hot weather. Connect the cord with
" 11 t %w%. Sheir p1 ther' pronounced It a local disease and pre- pie's looks when fitted by one who one of your light drops and in a few
1Jumtm rMnsh e @1 pbI- aserlbed local remedies. ad \by con- understands how. minutes the iron is hot. No smoke
Ssttly filing to cre with local our eyesight Is too precious to or dirt ad t oly where it is
n he of is -toPub I- truesment. proounced it Incurable n e. ow the wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
r bnI tdhe11 -1 thfS led Semeha s poed catarrh to b neglea You o them el the at-
S I"O /ee o"etItutlmal disease and therefore tentlon and care that they may need. IF YOU KNEW
ad i I e uttional tatm Th Get CarefUl Attenty.. HI the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
t = t Cheay cr. mTuedatudilo b DR. D. M. BONEY, would never suffer from kidney, blad-
CTeIsy ons"tiit ,. &oei"on the Kyesd.peali, of rheumatic trouble. 9l bottle two
&h mo tCur taknt cuteenay the ^ onth treatment. Sold by druggists
t I Is tken .internally. .. .. Oel, Fla- orby mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
S> a lnte -.ih O.ef hoo. 9 to 12: .m. m Fd W. Hall, 26 Olive street, St
*''+ .Vthe I* I-- 4-3i..ceB of th y. l: to 4:30 p. m. Optl "bt "flnW' eoa, Mo.
t s t hadrComt*ars eeat laboratory, an" a PIANO TUNING
edSuBor -01 t euemred ; : :testiansalas. Addresa: 1 P. J. MRm_____
r "e. l*. ._W e iL ia fmo.. Toledo Ohiob Sold by drug- Ten years experience. References.
.msnwhn s whin yMi to alt a titles e. Take Halls lly Pills IC AE OUR LIGany music teacher In Ocala, any
Inf lw, ofI .Am e cnooUpfa",atB o INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
way W bf he Wi S aSe hg n .I I have Just received a lot of the 32 A. M. I4nsford. city. 1-8-tf
h JaB,.< Tm "i, nM W .I .... .. Incelelbrated Halophane glass shades for '
*eter "bgmIG alls u"e M. -- ra d o Ofdm wa n electric lights. These shades increase BRAVE FIRE LADDIES
to to" yesterday and O i our lht power 7d ptr e nt. Tra
to ask edofod. I late CiaL Mr. aird ha beenyour light ke the sTry often receive severe burns putting out
in Jrnl to UU '- rider for nue years but his tem. H, w. Tucker, the electric sup- fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salvo
i nia fllSnO -- &It-. -- 16-- ply man. and forget them. It soon drives out
Stlh'el the mI dray. athI te polt s wnt t..inlg p lain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts
,--^^^^ll** *> ^* .Mg at (lford. Last year he lost heavily, AM i"lei jbi II "ual brlluies 1'9 earth's greatest healer.
l"*** Ig'I j ru!,etrn hn th t litt yer he nlmad od nl t E U l U I J 'QuMtly cures kin eruptions, old sores,
at se m .**.- *.but thIs tear bhe mad oo. ree .but .r bah. utcer, felons; best pile cure
dL^I*? .* ,n Any pty wanting O in up-to- I iM- made. elier is instant. 25c at all

. .. o . . a-- b.Y^. Ih^^I cl Iap n I le im a n In M r. L-I- b'I I n W I IS1 .
Wy ml l -whe -eaa d *-.. s FAN BARGAINS
,Sdt .SS berM a Get DeWit's Carbollsed Witch Ha- ,-,, t ,e. ---
bedS of i.. ba sel. .O,.i Salveg when you ask for It There maa1r of An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric
aS"rch**Im. mining t*a. mare a great many limitations, but there fan that Is positively guaranteed to
es. p the travelgla me- i just one original. Thi salve i good burn only three cents worth of elec-
nwIn w hI.o e o.lk sOrd aad for anything where a salve is needed WATCH FOR THE RED WAGONS triclty in ten hours steady running.
M dyr, el* t Ae hav OBrly to he "sed, but i especially good for The Florida Packing & Ice Company See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
les llg the City both wars Men. piles. Soeld by all druggists, now has its delivery wagons on the electrical supply man.
day.* the SU* S glt many things streets retalling Ice. The company Is
.miewilo. t th,,. also shipping from the plant and If you have pas in the back, weak
th least of wh~ch, we selling to the trade in quantities. See hack, or any other indications of a
um I. kI the company's ad elsewhere in this weakened or disordered condition of
nl m s palS Issue. The Ice is made from pure the kidneys or bladder, you should get
hi se at bei bout here la distilled water and is first-class. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
ce f n heper.' right away when you experience the


STARVED TO DEATH least sign of kidney or bladder com-
ML M AD TO R IUEF Is what could truthfully be said of plaint, but be sure that you get De-
-- I Imany children who die. They have witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
1In1U'MWs di and everw I worms, poor little things-they don't know whlt they will do for you, and
wl I i- ate freight ratea that know it and you don't realize it. I if you wil send your name to E. C.
spert ch messo. eans ,soalism A your child is eross, fretful, pasty DeWitt & Co., Chicago, you will re-
p-e :aM shple praflls. The Star complexioned and loses weight for ceive a free trial box of these kidney
has II ab drua teeB and repeats no apparent reason, give it White's and bladder pills. They are sold here
It I haO BOOsto lame to blame Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur- by all druggists.
m i i#Bat we de not have heap- prlsed at the results and how quickly Fie h e
Or rtase. T? ".ppt-m Ia ty on I t picks up. Sold by all druggists. FOR RENT-Five-room house Tear
a lll It i th OkIawa k river.. u pumping station. Apply to 11. C.
o the s yeas the people o. LW AT Jones,. Ocala Bottlink Works, Ocals,
Oema a pen am .6moe I1010,a m -FlVa. 6-2!5-tr
0_ 0 0 of tempelary ex ole y to -- -
b*M a n the A S iled than would AKAM. .n. AIR a- -
have'mO t ina olt sin Sr $ dictt e *17.45, Asheville, N. C., and return,
TIN e m1ges f1ggeths CSk e acosat Dramatic Order Killights
he- Mt eot m ly. belve la i ot anG m of Khoras an, biennial meeting.
l- -u n o _--.,ta ele l ad Y Tickets- OLRsaleJuly,8, "9,,, n 10.and J
S i.t s ee& the actli .Y FAVOR IE 11. a I- lmit July 26. 1909.
11I ran N-iMi of- of 'mZ-TscaIeeea, Ala., and return. Ii
a" INCooper tion f @ .U. of A.. June 8. 9.12, o14, ,19. 21 2.
Si *At-eI e t lhtowi Fr Sale by July X 5L Limit 15 days. Extension
4 l siccess.ftGbySept SO. Stopovers.
reeAW sfaanf t" e a"a"d safe T. W. TROX LER m-KJxvgisie, Tenn., and return.
wmeIto i e ll t swS. S., June 20. 21. 22, 29. 27, July 3,
10, 11, 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
wion "-Sept. 0. Stopovers.
$12AS-Athens, Ga., and return. U. of I .-
COUL" TAK A~ E AG., June 26, 27, 28, July 3. 5, I0, 17.
.til a 0011 AKE A KE -i A#, S VSJI imit 15 days. Stopovers.
SI e- a 3.- nt.eeandew.ne, Tenn.
f t, he---- b rt_ thg in.t..a. nd return. M.UW. a r. F.. July 1.onetne -I "
fi e- dA-'- is-. ,"tha he_ I10. 17. 23, 24, 30. August 14,. 14. Limit
jisu b e.s amm the T paSept. 5.
Useat Wet w7eA5-Wr17ille N. C, andmreturn. THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES
ot.....ayK. i of K.X July 8.9, ,10, 11, Limit July
_hep p ..bt a.nd n es29. of ee I and taste as sweet. That's why Schles-
sow3.5-Slacik Mountain, N. C., and re- Inger's and Lowney's Candles In halfi
g ioturn. Y. P. M. June 30, July 1, and pound boxes are so popular. Pure
oes J11 +=99. speem t thLimit July 28. onfectlons these; flavor deUcious. Our
avi be d ofI00AS-STell Paul, Minn., and return. U. confectionery is free from adultera-
-. C. July 3. 4. 5. Limit July 31. ton. It is wholesome and healthfuL
IT -- AM IT PU RS aI A.--PD.yenver, Cole., and return. N. rery kind of confectionery here.
-t-. POUoR v E. A. July 1, 2, 2, 4. Limit July 30. Pruits. Cold Drinks, Cigars and News-
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Also tools for workmen min moAt o (- other rada Our goods amis
guaranteed, and will be a good fYORmta m Come in and look o t
will find what you want, and at Mreasonable preM.


The Marion Itardwa
H. B. CLARKSON, General Manaer.


ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO, (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the SMaters of St Joseph. Teng
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefufx Trained along Physical. Intel.*
lectual, Moral and Social Lines, Healthy Location, Mari6caat Snhwimmng
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms, DiormAoes, Dl- HaU j an
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St. Joseph's Academy, Loette, ,lorida


4 V Marion-Dunn Lodge
^ kt No. 19 meets in the
Simple on the first and
+ third Thursday even-
ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler. Secretary.
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the 4th
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
N. L GottUeb. H. P1.
Jake Brown, Secretary. ;H,..
OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. 0 R. M.
Meets Thursday evenings at 720, at
Yonge's Hall. Gray, C. of R.

I IGMTS IF PFTHlAS
Conventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall,
over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Halle, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.


Tulula lodge. No. 38
iL 0. 0. F. meets ev-
ery Tuesday eyenlng.
in Yonge's Hall Visiting brothers atl
ways welcome.
W. C. Blanchard, N. G'
M. M. Little, Secretary.

SO*CALA A*IRE
-NO. 1811 F.O.L
41 r Meets every first and
third Wednesday even-
ing at 8;15 o'clock. Visiting brethren
always welcome.
F. W. Ditto. President.
W. C. Moore, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE
NO. 2K
SF. P. .L
Meets second Tuesday
evening In each month
Until October. Visit-
ing brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb. Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett, Secretary.

JF. KIN.HCAN?

Next regular monthly meeting will
be held Friday evening. July 9th, at
7:30 o'clock in Yonge's HalL Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
M. M. ULttle, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk. .
A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY
attended by the highest priced baby
specialist could not be cured or stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby If you give it
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
hoea. dysentery and all derangements
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drug-
gists.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$15.25 Tuscaloosa, Ala.. June 19, 21. 28.
July 3 and 5. Limited 15 days. =E-
tension Sept. 30th.
$83.90-4104.65-Los Angeles and San
Francisco. on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
95.40-Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$1&8.70-Monteagle and Sewanaee.
Tenn.. July 1. 10. 17. 23, 24. 0. Au-


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Table is always supplied with the beot t6he market affords.
Skilled ooolng, careful attention to the wants of thegunks.
Good. -0 ofort"able beds.

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S or I dona 'ae will cure any case
of ChiMl and FeTer. Price 25c.
uK DOFYP Mr. George McLean of Conant is at
K the Ocala House.
Mr. Mala Haughton is at the Ocala
ich it serves the House with his parents.
@ va#l e.al A" Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
We Will ieet the at the Court Pharmacy.
ra.
Mr. Waldron. a thrifty farmer of
bliss Bank was in the city today.
bliss Bank A few of those Diamond Edge Safety
)) Razors left at the Court Pharmacy.
e. A. Gera h There were 23 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Mr. Louis I. Chazal went down to
TAN G ^ the lake this afternoon.

LANG RECALL
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, who came up
a' from Woodmar yesterday, returned in
l. .e the afternoon.
o. Try a box of that sunburn cream.
LoiI a f~ or sunburn and freckles. at the Court
If --S, bf Cult Pharmacy.
Mr. F. J. O'Hara of Jacksonville, is
m, id dl | l iAn town on business. He is a guest of
"' -- -- .. the Ocala House.
._ -, Mr. J. J. Williams of the Homosa sa
|I h -e- di Ib r Fish Co.. was a guest of the Ocala
House last night.
IP- be- y T--- Take one of thoze bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
3 .- Mr. John Proctor of Pedro and W. K.
Bryant of Belleview, were Brick City
LANG, lles today.
SC mHave you seen the new visible Pay-
m typewriter? RIt. C, Davis & Co.
SIneral agents.
1lu W *i-a I Mr. Will Marlow and family have
NlD II rU i ICO returned from thelr visit to friends at
qrdor forf I1eut1 *A new shipment of that famous Al-
pine Flax Just received at the Court
Pharmacy.
k, building blocks, '
k, building blocks, Mr. Will Marlow has severed his
id al kIds of pav- connection as salesman with thj Tea-
led workmen and pot Grocery.
Three cent wm fan you' for ten
-6. l ." heaurs. Get one of those ?-lnch Wes-
S Unshoupe fans from H. W. Tucker.
-Mr. Lewis E. Once. of the Star of-
on business. He will return Friday.


We have the nicest line of hair
M U E T f-brushbes combs and other toilet arti-
M A H LU *NO --e-cles In the city. Tydings & Cp.
Wo W. Ti OPEI THE TEAR MU J. Jn IO NT Mrs. J A. Gill of Anthon who re-
-- .... "'--- -* cently lost her hgme by fire, was in
IaoC- suI idr$2c m ft k rer l lay *W town today, shopping.
uL. C. C D s & Co., of Jacksonville.
FOR HEALTH A ND PLEASURE handl silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
T, m dutiful each; 8$7.0 per doses .
Si nMr. Quincy Peacock, editor-of the
SJ IU MUI A HJ 4.bV Dunnellon Advocate, spent yesterday
." and today in the ety.
"L d ofie lky" WAYNES VILLE, N. C. Atitk*.ede Fet
On Ute then Railway, one hour from Asheville. Capacity 260 guestp. Do not forget that you can find any.
No comgimptive. Hot and Cold gulp bur Baths, Music, Bowling a id w eols. thipg you want In crockery and glass-
Special atUtealo to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For ware at the Ocala News Co.
SInformatiom address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Formerly manager of Kenll- '
worth Inn. Asheville.) The little friends of Elizabeth Ben-
nett had a merry time yesterday in
---------...... -.------------.--- celebrating hers venth birthday.

ROI..LINS COLLEGE CREXALL
Mra IL C. Days. one of Jacksonvlie's
FLORIDA'S OLD EST COLLEGE t" sucessfl typewrt.r salesmen.
SOLL E ACA MY AND CHOOL OP MUIC X ESSIOo n town today, a guest of the Ocala
FINE ART, DOMESTIC AMD INDUSTRIALL ARTS, AND
SUSIhES Bear in mind we carry a full line of
Sta.-ords and Carter's Inks: also
Car e Ha and third men's dormitory now completed: electric fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocal
lights, steam ai furnace beat; large faculty; perfect health condl- N -,- om . .
tiokM: lme gya msim., athlete filds. boating, tennis courts, tlf iks: News Company.
b ebaal, fsMotlt'and basketball! teams champions of Florida ll k19. Messrs.. 8. McCully. George Mills
Nea ty a qMuatk'e a a million dollars endowment: expenses moelftte; and Fate Miller were In town this
scbolardMps. valuable; Christian but undenominational; stands for morning Interviewingupt Brinson on
*:-: *T school matters.
For Cata o Addr e Pri : We have a most exquisite line of
C a . ncy Imported china In many dif-
Wis. P. g ma- Ph D.PiniL Ft pe pleces. The Anti-Monopoly
i 1 L Ph* -" IN Drugstore,
104 --------------_------_111199_off____ ^W Mr. R. L. Gaskin. J. E. L'Engle and
--* Geo. M. Powell, attorneys of Jackson-
ville were in town yesterday on legal
business.
S* MA y M ETA AND t MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex-
.' 3U b0y an kinds o Junk-Iron, SteL flrms Cbt-i. plains how we teach barber trad., in
Ti Leed, Rubber, Bagglan, barrels, Leather. Etc.; old aRlaems., few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
'- Baoen. Ralls, Etc, whether as second-hand or scrap and pay the College, Atlanta, Ga.
highest ptice In cash fbr same. Write or call on me and let me 0marl .
what you have and where It i lleasted. Mr. Walter P. Warnock. clerk of the


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the company at Inverness this after- are Invited to come and bring well fill- .. M M MR =
noon. ed baskets. Refreshments served on
the grounds. W. C. Snmpeon, Clerk. Modern aMage an ueaurhleBB -
Your prescriptions, when left at the wen located ad aew. Apply to S- M
Court Pharmacy, are compounded Dr. E. P. ue*rrants stable was put ph Bd, at court homes. M gOV aUlt
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us; under quarantine this morning. Two I I ,'
we'll call for and deliver your pre- of the animals, a mule and a horse Look over our line at tell pop- I ;l o -" b
scriptions. / were found to have glanders. The rations. We are quite proud of the W o'. Md.
closing of this stable is tough on the fine stock. Perfume, powders and tMlWe baId d eo ivn-,o
Miss Jessie Owens of parr. was In Teapot Grocery, whose delivery horses soaps of the finer grades. Tyd ags a
town last night and this morning, and are kept there and as a result the Tea- Company.
a guest of the Montezuma. Miss Jes- pot salesmen this morning had to take .a ..
sie expects to leave shortly for New their orders afoot Just how they will Among the i berses caught In the ta.a
York. on business bent. deliver their goods is a problem. In bless of Messrs. Tompkinj Cobb Om 7 ,, i "
view of this unexpected trouble with the fine roan animal of Dr. S. IL J I f
C. E. Spencer passed through Ocala their delivery horses, the Teapot Groc- Blltch's, who on test Wallound to be i
today on his way to Galnesville. Mr. ery management would appreciate It If a victim of glanders.
Spencer is a pioneer resident-of Dade their customers would take as many f
City and for many years was ti EL A. of their supplies as possible to their The prcscnpuon department Is the H l0 00
L land ,agent. homes until they Mcan find some way mal stay of any d.st Aeccumy, i vs ,l f .
POSIION WANTED-A aw mill of delivering goods. realty, prompt and re drs
woods rider wants a position; can Mr. W. V. Wheeler, the acceptabe balnes one ofthisoatergest o Me .
give best of references namely: J. D. bookkeeper of the Commercial Band. country. Send us your prescrptes A
ScruggF. of the McGehee Lumber Co. and Mr. C. F. Flippen. with the Mar- Tydings -. yWD &
Levon, rla. 6-30-dwlm ion Hardware Co., left last night for
--- their homes in Tennessee to spend a Dave Port, the colored man whos wa.
month. sent up from Eastlake to the hospital,
suffering with lockjaw, died thM mo '
Mrs. G. D. Washburn was at Belle- ing. His body was seat to mulakM. aI
view and attended the W. C. T. U. for buriaL. I *I
meeting last Tuesday, which was quite .
-- Interesting, and one member taken in. Ogun FOR RENT
The ladies of the W. C. T. V. Wish to For rent an egu-r F P 6 2
Moving ___rtui _-^wScV ..- .
"extend a vote of thanks to Rev. JJ. wen located a soth T2%6
Thnmtson forthe n sem o wh e p Apply to F. w. DIMS or to a II .
and Mcnday fgt e on sChristian hedelioat the Montesma botel .
Mrs. J. W. Bishop now occupies her Delay in co ncn tratmen w
The Best of Enters-ingemi new home on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs. a sught Irregularity that -emd
S Hom O bhas moved Into the house L q k
cated by Mrs. Bishop. Remedy builds up the wornout t0- we*Amp 1ire1
sues, and ,tstheu b M8 0e000 1m1me
NEW PICTUTRE EVERT DAT Mr. I C. Staley went to Tampa ye s old by strength thes e a g
-- terday to assume his duties as solicit- .- .. i
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Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens of Berlin
were in town today shopping.
. Plank's Ch Tonic, guaranteed to
eWe chi6s and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. E. D. Blaine. who has been ill
for the past ten days. is Improving.
Mr. R. H. Ramsey of Detroit, is at
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REXALL
Capt John I,. Inglis. Is a guest
the Ocala House.
Edwardn' m,;t market iliil close
8 p. m. on Thursdays.
Dr. W.W. Powers, we are sorry
tate. was not at all well today.
A new line of popular priced boo
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RECEIVED Mad -ans to
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amoun t of U. MSe ,t W S.C..r...
Brick Cheese mra" teoe oas Cenaor t a im .
20 cents or a eup offceead a *
Roquefort Cheese wIh t" hway home. Sh W
den 2 miles oa asiowtrala,
passed several hours In a stmgeft 1,210
with no pleasant pice to rest and was *-" u. --
tired, to deatlL She bad to pay bea& V I .W U
German Salomi Sausage Atnre Ocai. aa. d f.re it a- ff d a- p i u -.
Ville to the amount of 46 cents. She ^ Ab bam Ar ow,
Fresh Star Hams and moum have bought the same goods in t I m m S ;
Oc ala for ".M. the difference between
Star Breakfast Bacon ocala an Jdacks a.vle reta ,P.rim. J
in ach Week the oods would have been v-
ered at her oe.bShe was get $5.85
00 the deal, besides her fatigue. She
had read In the Banner that Ocala peo-
ple were going to Jacksoaville to do
to th shuttnh their shoppleg and thought weo mEatI
hR u ~ later the funny* J special ^ J .
Swho lives at number forty-eleven Less- t_ :-
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On Avenue, Stepped ou H. h tt e i reads 0t
_______________ -the Banner, and Inspired by it, had
one to Tampt to lay in a moath's IiI, IMd .,
Mr. Mose Turner, the stockman and goo to tihe amountorm pail a
farmer near Dunnellon. was In town $6 for railroad fare, .W or other ex- .
today shopping. Mr. Turner says peses, 4 freight on the goods he b 1 1 f -
times are quiet in his section, owing bought and must yet y drayage on
to the shutting down of the phosphate them when they arrnte w im ay m
mins. not be for a day or two.a If they are I A M MET U t RCIAL M 4
damaged, it will cost him more than
Mr. fPunee McCully, a prosperous they are worth to collect th damages
groceryman In Riverside. JacksonvIlle. He could have bought the same goods OCALA. '
was in town today on his way to Mar- in Ocala for not exceedig $42. and
tel. Faunce used to be a resident of probably less. -
Ocals and bookkeeper for the East Of course -thee people are Imagi-
Florida Ice Manufacturlig Co, and has nary, but thB arne he l"dof fools the THE E RI
many friends here. editor of the Banner thefty Ocalas -- IE W ---
populated with: and there may be a
Mrs. J. C. Carstens, Miss iara AS- few, for the trade of whom Jackson- Ar the mrehWsea the Iro m al .a
new anrd their father. Mr. E. W. Af- vile and Tampa merchants may thank the .dty, the faram of the urlmi lag" g t rt g s
to spend fewdays. those cities. --
women who have built Ma4 aa n te bualMdig snuMMitan l
Mr. Charles S. Gates. of South Lake STAR OF BETHLEHEM TONIGHT We solicit a man ot your ba L .
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man for his section, was a caller to- At the Air wome tonight Mr. Walter .
day and paid the Star a pleasant call. Tucker will three ful reels, half t
He said they did not have a surplus of a dosen fine objects. One of the pret- WEATHER FORECAST 1r -_. .
rain, but were ready to receive it. test and most intensely nterestingNa -- tt -M '
which would add to he olue o f the reels that has ever been sh nowhere Washington, July 1.-ieoal rain to-
orange crop. will be "The Star of Bethlehem." which night or Friday. ".
fte dats nt morbpehve n r takes a full reel In Itseltf.. .,
The Baptist church people have GAS ENGINE BARGAIN f l
placed their yard and flower beds In TO OUR PATRONS -
an excellent condition. It adds to the Fairbanks & Morse 2-horsepower "II1 111
appearance of things around the build- We hope our patrons will bear with (will develop four) In perfect condition
ing. us in the delays we have experienced for sale at bargain. Fittings also for
in making deliveries. One of our gaolene. Owner has substituted alee - "j( 0.l. '
"Peter Paul" Theus the furniture horse Is confined In the Tompkns tri motor. Address P. 0. Box .
man. Is full of enterprise and when Cobb stables and the other in Dr. E. p. Ocala. 6-24- hM 4W d
furniture does not move as rapidly as Guerrants stable, being tested for -
it should he goes out and shovels glanders, and we have had difficulty in TYPEWRITER BARGAIN
Ocala sand for a change. At present getting other horses. O. K. Grocery.
Surveyor Moorhead has laid out 44 Harvey Clark. Proprietor. For $0 spot cash econd-hay CIs- l
and placingthem on sale. EMBROIDERY SALE want the room. Apply Immedately,
At G. A. Nash's, commenc ag Monday, Star.
Foley's Honey and Tar not only June 13th. and lasting one week. The FO, SALE
stops chronic coughs that weaken best a'~ever showE In Oa. ,
constitution and develop in consump- and 4 Inche. 6 to Inchlec: -12
tion. but heals and strengthens the Inlch, t^e" Inch, (3n ,rir .utbr tlrd buxy ad araus, Mir, A D -'
lungs. It affords comfort and relief In and 't- t1e "c "o".bothfgood as new. Will sell at a r- v "
the worst cases of chronic bronchitis. AIf take at once. Aply to -- .
asthma, hay fever a.d lung trouble. A '. McKeale, the ectlc .* ON -B- m l ar T llhe
Sold by ,all druggists. -THE CECILIAN .. g .. .
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS l .
Mrs. M. M. Little and children went Th A. Harper Pano Co. has n .
down to Sutherland this afternoon to something attractive in the way of the...... .. itsi n miar a, o r. Puii wV M-.. i.-
spend some time. While they are ab- ,Celian piano player made by tihem n f In th t d f an tI-f t -.w .
sent Mr. Little will have his home Forrand company of Detroit, Mich., the...s.o aul idss.canlt sset Itae0. --- to s L 11ev * .
thoroughly overhauled and painted. orIinators of the plane player. It odced n i ts.ple i.t ofoa intin n -
a beautiful Instrument, costing W8, t1o3u0es. b woA s t ample t Mer was an t
Mrs. H. Bitch and children went and is not only worth seeing as a be se auto. Givee r a call r. D. .
down to Clearwater this afternoon to thin goh beauty, but the m lusic it makes OCALA WAGON WOW
spend some time. I delightful. This enterpr i T OCALA AGON W.
will take pleasure In showing this In- "8 ,-* --eMe ..
The pride of the Court Pharmacy Is strumenLto t qhe eellCe I -, .. ;. '
its prescription department Pure wi thIts- i a l. 5. Ue een- bag $e -- .- .-MI '
diugs only are used. which are aelect- and se^ f* rtett. t on slehen-roo h ose for m," ,- ,
ed by men of experience. a 'r o nM T a. herty. st.et. Apply to A. B .iO. -^'. ,
EXTRA PAROAIUS AT.T1E GLOBE *' 'Ga 999 .I .J.
Mr. E. P. Thagard came in this aft- "... :* r SALE '
ernoon from Jacksonville. Mr. Goldman. of the Globe, has par- ...- 1 .
chased $551 worth of samples from a At aettlon St Va f -Cy at 11-felrock, .
Dr. Bergin. of McIntosh. went *own drummer and the price of these goods july 5th. a large lot of Taemmam _
to Floral City today on professional tomorrow will be the wholesale price dairy cattle: the very beat the maru W0I. aA WSAi M_ .
business., on those goods, consisting of men's afords: full Jersey and Jersey grade --- s -
shirts and underwear, underwear for trom the best dairies at NashVlM e, ,.. L in ...
Mr. E. J. Nix, the rock contractor at ladies, with a large line of other pro- Tenn. Cattle acclimated tfor for 15 ... -Pon e.._
Floral City. was a business caller in ducts. The goods are all of good qual- month. U you want some thing .
the. city today: Ity and are worth your attentioad If In cows or bu"ete with emits - -
you need them. this sale. Terms: 10 per c cash OCALA, PL@ I.
Mr. D. S. Willisams, Jr., who Is in 10 pe. ea a moth with title se- _
charge of the Ocala offices of the PICNIC AT FAIRFIELD k -h e d
Southern Phosphate Co. during the .Ae me -e w mges a Mia d *
absence of Mr. Erastus Hopkmins In W. O. W. Piirela Camp No. 1st will toarms .H 19Tp ie ent w n-
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The campaign for sate-wide prohi-
bitis was opened at Lake Weir on
Thursday, the 24th. that date being me
seed anniversary of the organiza-
tio of the Lake Weir Union. In the
afternoon the regular monthly meet-
ing was held at the Weirsdale Pres-
byterisa church. The president, Mrs.
LawrTenc Jones, presided. The meet.
lag was opened by scripture reading
and singing of "Make the Map All
White." Mrs. Buckley was appointed
secretary pro tern. A letter from the
president of the state union, Miss Min-
nie R Neal, in regard to a traveling
alcoholic exhibit was read by Mrs. E.
L Stafford. Papers were read by Miss
Little Black on "Sabbath Observance."
Mrs. Allan Cameron on "Are Christ-
ians Responsible for the Desecration
of the Sbbath." Mrs. Buckley on
"Sabbath Desecration," and Miss Black
on "Sabbath Desecration in Different
Counties." It was voted that the sin-
cere thanks and appreciation of the
union be expressed to the editors of
the Ocala Star and (scala Banner for
their generous kindness in printing
notices of Its meetings and reports of
its press correspondent. At the close
of the meeting an adjournment was
had to Poster Park opposite the church,
where tables were spread In the shade
of the fine oaks and fairly loaded with
all sorts of good things, of which, aft.
er the Invocation of the divine bless-
Ing by Rev. E. K. McKinley. all were
Invited to partake. After nearly two
hours spent ia feasting and conversa-
tion the company adjourned to the
church, where the following program
was rendered:
Song, "Make the Map All White.-
Prayer by Rev. Lawrence Jones.
Reading, "The Lawn Party"-Grace
Simpson.
Graphophone selection, "Comin' Thro
the Rye."
Recitation, "A Good Friend"-Errol
Reed.
Graphophone selection ."Kentucky's
Babe."
History of Lake Weir W. C. T. U.--
Mrs. .Buckley.
Recitation, "Keep On Keeping On"-
Grace Simpson.
Graphophone selection, "Blessed As-
Reading, "Whitening the South"-
Grace Simpson.
Graphophone selection, "Memories of
Mother."
Address by Rev. E. G. McKinley.
Song, We're Out for Prohibition."
Address by Mrs. Lawrence Jones.
The affair was a pronounced success
In every respect, and -ugurs well for
the success of the cause, which is to
redeem Florida from the curse of the
saloon in 1910. Mrs. E. S. Upham,
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KENDRICK
To break the quietude of our town
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Webb invited a
number of their friends last Monday
night to take a straw ride. They went
over to the farm of the Standard Lime
Co, which is superintended by Mr.
Thomas Synes. There they enjoyed his
hospitality eating watermelon, playing
game. etc., for several hours, when
they returned home via Zuber. Among
those who went were Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Turnipseed. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Livingston, Misses Maud and Zula
Gummage. Gladys Rogers. Annie Da-
vis, Alta Grace. Mr. M. G. Davis. Willie
Grace and others. They expressed
themselves as having spent a very
pleasant evening and f-l under many
obligations to Mr. and Mrs. Webb for
their kindness.
Mr. J. G. Carrington of Invernogs. is
spending a few days here with home
folks, who are glad to see him.
Miss Mabel Alken. of Ocala. spent
several days here laat week with
friends.
Mr. C. .. Whitehead of Hollister.
came down last Sunday and returned
Tuesday.
Mrs. W. M. May. the wife of our
clever poor farm superintendent, left
Tuesday for an extended trip qut west.
She expects to spend several weeks in
Kansas. She was accompanied by her
father, Mr. Murphy, of Griner Farm.
Her many friends wish her a pleasant
trip and a safe return home.
Mrs. M. G. Davis and little son. M.
G.. Jr.. went up to Bostwick last Sat-
urday to spend several days with her
sister. Mr. Davis went up with them
but returned Monday.
George Grantham happened to a very
painful accident last Monday. He had
hurt his foot and when his brother
was doing the doctor act and had ap-
plied a cloth saturated with spirits of
turpentine. But he thought a little tal-
low would add to the healing qualities
so with the light to melt the tallow
the cloth around his foot caught fir
and before it ctuld be gotten off it
burned his foot quite painfully, which
caused him to remain in doors several
days.


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Many an Ocala Household Will Find
Them So
To have the pains and aches of a
bad back remedied; to be entirely free
from annoying, dangerous uninary
diseases is enough to make any kid-
ney sufferer grateful. To tell how
this great change can be brought
about will prove comforting words to
hundreds of Ocala readers.
Edward Gravier. living on Lemon
street, Palatka, Fla., says "For sev-
eral months my back had been caus-
ing me considerable misery. I also
had a lameness across my loins, and
there was a dull aching through my
kidney regions, almost constantly. It
was hard for me to walk and when
I sat down for a little while I would
become so stiff that it was only with
a great difficulty that I was abl, to
arise, If I stooped to pick up any-
thing, sharp twinges would pass thro'
my loins, and cause me the greatest
misery. I had often heard of Doan's
Kidney Pills, and ftnilly procured a
box. Their use banished. tbe lameness
and soreness and made me rfei ten
years younger. If my recommendation
will be the means of bringing relief to
any persons suffering from kidney
trouble, you ,re welcome to use it."
Plenty more trr,3f like this from
Ocala people. Call at 'ty;ings & Co's.
drugstore and ask what their 6uptom-
era report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Eoster-Mnburn Co.. Buffalo. N.
T., sole agents for the L'nited States.
Remember the name-Doat';:-and
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Se U*.ira o s.njotjs Suuunay cnouoi
enjoyed quite 1 treat last Thursday-a
picnic over to Orange Lake. There
were about sixty from Citra, leaving on
the 9:30 A. C. L. train, then a nice ride
In the early morning, arriving at the
lake at 9:10. Only a few In the crowd
had ever visited the thriving little city
before. The picnic grounds were found
in the park that surrounds the Meth-
odist church, fronting the lovely home
of C. (. White. The lake was visited
several times during the day, a crowd
going boat riding and the boys going
In bathing. Rev. Nixon of Ocala, and
Rev. Williams, the minister, were to
hold district conference that day and
under the beautiful spreading oak trees
Rev. Nixon preached an "out-door"
sermon at 11 o'clock to the boys and
girls, which was enjoyed very much,
and listened to with interest by the
children. Then dinner was spread un.
der the oaks. Coffee and teed tea were
made and everybody ate to their
heart's content. The Orange Lake and
Mclntosh school joined us there. The
c'F0d numbered nearly two hundred.
Not enough can be said In words of
praise to Merchaqt M. A. Rice and Mr.
W. J. Crosby, who presided pver the
Citra affairs and kept ice water ~ai
delicious lemonade and watermelon oi
the grounds during the day. We met
seve-.al of the old citizens of Orange
Lake ii)nd Mclntosh. Several came
from distant piaera. The Orange lake
pe'opile ean certainly be pr~4Wedj for the
hospitality the Citra people w,e
ltwn during the day. Orange Lake
is soon to vot a pretty little city. Things
are booming. Tired and hungry the
crowd returned home on the i o'clock
trait, reaching Citra w'th a crowd de
sleepy and ,ait;pgry little children, who
will never forget mte Sunday school
picnic up on beautiful Qrang w ke.

A GOLDEN WEDDING
means that man and wife have lived
to a good old use and eAnueqi e @gy
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your liver
does its duty 365 days out of 265. The
only way to do this is to keep Bal-
Pird's Herhine in the house and take
it wihen-ver your liver gets Inactive.
..0 c-nt, per botIU-. Sold by all drug-
gist.

BIG CLAIMS FOR EVERGLADES
Chicago Man Makes Great Prediction
of Future.
"Since Januasy 9 the Florida Frult
Lands Company has eeopdn''tp 8C vis-
itors over Its holdings In atb "'vW.
glades. These men have represented
27 states and the District of Columbia,
and all of them became purchasers,"
suid Henry Russell Wray In speaking
of the grea.t pogslbilities of the Ever-
glades territory tp a M 4nf Metropo-
lis reporter.
"Somewhere on the south sheora f
Lake Okeechobee another Chicago 1f
going to be built," continued Mr.
Wray. &nd he took a pointer and in-
di e.,.d the spot on the big map
that hahlig ,v.r his desk In his office.
"You are going to aee it and all of
us will if live long enough, aud Wo
will not have to live very many years
longer in order to see it either.
"Somewhere out here," continued
Mr. *sa', with the pointer still busy,
indicating a spot (M lU'per end ofDade
county, there- will be headquas~rs for
the trucking and fruit growing a udl'
tries. A town is going to built
tnev*e .nd all the back country will be
feeders tfo g ,aml.
'But watch the spogt on the lake.
Another Chicago Is going to Ai.e ~Rm,
It is bound to come; the country pI
going to develop as the West has.'The
opportunity is great and thoee who
get in on the ground f#tgr are fortun-
ate."
It may be regarded, says the Ms-
tropolis, as very good business when
out of a total of 86 visitors there were
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A TRIP UP OKLAWAHA RIVER
However limited our stay in Florida
needs must be, and even though it In-
volve the sacrifice of some other fa-
vorite or coveted* pleasure, two days
must be set aside for a trip up the rq-
mantic Oklawaha River, or we shall
have missed one of the rarest esper-
lsaes the South has to offer.
A angwe, mysterious river Is the
Oklawaas, and as It winds through
the great forests we seem to be glid-
ing into a worMd of weird enchant-
meat On either sde tower giant
trees, tall cypresses, palixetoes, palms
and magnelas: and in some pJAces,
where the channel is narrowest, .ter
branches meet acrss the stream, in-
terisacti fantstt"ally,. and draped
with tralm n vines, Oanenh moss,
and branches of mistletoe. Oeeasion-
ally, we come so dlose to them that
we can pluck them front the upper
deck of the boat.
Groups of birds of brilliant plumage
flash across our sight like living
flames, and now and then a strange
cry from some unseen creature In the
woods talls on our ears.
floating on the still dark stream
through this jungle of riotous under-
growth, often curiously reflected In
the black water, we seem to be far
from the world of men. But at Inter-
vals we pages little clearings with a
few negro cabins and Huts, and now
and then we stop at a rude wharf,
where we take on wood and orange.
It ever there is an occasion where
we a disposed to grudge time that
must be spent In anything so prosaic
and conmmonlace as sleep, I ls on
the Oklawaha river. So weird, pie-
turesque and enchanting Is the whole
scene, so grandly Illuminated at night
by the fantastic toreh lights, that we
are reluctant to leave the deck for eur
statsfooms, but we at last fall asleep
listenug to the wild voices of the for-
est and the brush of braces against
our windows, to dream it all over.
Like as the tourist on Mt. RBIN rises
from his bed at the frOt blush of
dawn to watch the sun rise aver the
tee capped Alpine peaks, so did the
pameagrs of this boat appear on
deck after a refreshing sleep In dream
land, or preolet their heads out of
their stateroom windows to view the
esprming river vista and the lights
eai shadows of the early morning, in
this sei, strange, mystical. awd syl-
van eneavmm ent, In fairyland: verity
the b ome at aiads-a fitting prelude
to the appe iagn O4 bountiful break-
lest served for as by the courteous
ethe of our boat.
Tbea we watch for alligators, tur-
ties ad irds, on either bank of teM
stream, with much seal now and then
em the pert of the gsimngers; and at
allet 10 o'clock, after a visitIto the
Itsednl orange grove at Conner,
where -s ampled the hadoe. tWIt
and bedesd ourselves with flowers,
we turned out af the dark Oklawaha
Ie the swift, traesrent, Iridescent
waters of Silver Sprtage iver; up
wic h -r trusty steamer ra tar nine
miles to the wonderful 88ver Spriaeg,
the largest and gmat beautiful spring
in the werld.
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