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 8, 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: VID03213
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
lccn - sn 84027621
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I .. ^f THE AMERICAN NIMROD I1E | A A E DEATH OF A STATESMAN sW NT
IV I A i New York ,JulyA8-P.ancW. WA A WA.
.Sl. I-- man. representative In Congress from
S .-- An Faum.a Tacoma. Wash., died yesterday In the The are man
1' of' ..... e-. Nalsmha, Africa, July L-Colonel The Missouri has EnguMd the Town Roosevelt Hospital from penumona. .
E *T915 b I' "HReeve w- after the biggest game Pat, Drwi v While Congressman Cushman possess. pulc, t the o t
4 allll i by tt now. Yesterday he shot a lion, a lion- of Pattonsburg, Drowning Saw- ed unchallenged the title of hom hap, i to he w a 1
BEssusss-ssse~os; .- ,eON. M and foar rhloeerl. oral of the People humorist." he was universally regard- d o onra
After resting today, Colonel Roose- ed as far more than that His high useds OI 0 9rbvie IUilIWW
Ss/ Vo ide e t and bhi party will go down :he Kansas City. July 8.-The rising ability was recognized by Speaker
- v y' ." ; after hippopotami. The boats water of the Missouri river has cre- Cannon In committee assignments 1
bk a --r so Us,_ n w ha* been provisioned for a cruise that ated serious conditions at many points particularly In his selection to alla aTh E MUinrnTO A Ih
S "" wilf last several days. This will be along the banks of the great stream. vacancy on the ways and means corn- %. AL A UL V'UUI
S- ',- the Irt attempt made by the party to Pattonsburg. a town of 1,000 people, mittee at a time when a great tariff (
se r 'e a hblppe. is under ten feet of water, for the was to be reported to the house for
h rTAMWr hO %% n-- e general health of the party is most, part., and the people have been consideration. T. T. Muroe, Pres. X. O. C.0 bg, ,' rth
S--,. _/ *',' -- a v *i, c goeSw- The formerly president is losing forced to leave their homes. Several He never displayed his gift of hu- _ ,
abou t **e- ed to change his Rescuing parties in boats have sav- ment, but always with a view of im- n* r i
.- 5 appellation to something indi- ed several families from death. This pressing his view more forcibly upon
She w'.a's sent' or. Me a i-2 _of@ streauosety and swiftness. morning other parties found entire that body.
A,4 n': .a-^*a t|he native sense of humor how- families in the attics and o the roots He will be long remembered by rea- I rH F I R II BH
.c an hardly be brought to con- of cottages waiting gto be rescued. son of the effectiveness of his humor
.- ; :- *- Ma*sl T him a type of gazelle. Rain Is still falling and the pros- in the debates on the Payne bill in the
S, --' ... ---:-. ...T---, -li a Ipects are that the overflow wil in- house. His speech was in defense of
w.''- ----- i l a'pw'. lai the11 1- beft is more ctara in this sec- crease rather than diminish, retaining the duty on lumber secured W t i
-'M t t the eouitry than all other dis- A special train was rushed from several additional votes for It. it was
pulled"-0 g gt e, aid antll the last this point to Pattonsburg this morn- said. at the time the house voted on CA RI S A J
S" l 'r years was supposed to be incur- Ing to fetch the refugees here. the schedule.
g' The ,, .V 1. Four. i a- greamiet any years doctors The Washington congressman held .n T
". '--'- S -.. ...... -1- by I.Sm .aS It a local disease and pore- the title of being the homeless ma A M ---
WAI '65 5 th-MiS fTmin5S Usmabe~ local remedies, and by con- tT y Int bdlI n the house, and of looking more like nn m IUl
e-H mtprM 1st aliag to cure with local Lx Golde MMedica li eevry Lincoln than any other public man of E R A9
.. tp. oonced It incurable. was suggested by one of its most Import, recent years. In summing up his ca-
--- ,ViW hal" a proved catarrh to be a am and valuable ilrdengte -Gods- reer once. he said he had been a water 0
at -- W . A o mal disease and therefore Seal root. boy. section hand, cowboy, school ..
B, Mrs. 0. M q.., Ge, au iin 3 M iss constitutional treatment. Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pier. di., teacher, lawyer and congressman. He
.in N .ichelbd -- .m-i5.Uitfa a Catarrn Cure. manufactured by covered that he could, by the use of pure, was in Congress for more than ten
L a i Do FULLER.I21 naght S i ghtOSd t*a l F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is triple-refined glycerine, aided by a car years.
,- m3y constitutional cure on the tain degree of. constantly -ointain -
S e It is taken Internally In heat and with the aid of apparatus a nd CITRA AND
S-i tr drops to a teaspoonful. appliances designed for that purpose,x ---... x-,
Us^ 11 "ae Oa M t directly on the blood and mu- tract from our most valuable native meo Mrs. J. S. Wyckoff and children at- M M iui
aft it Gaudimaces of he system. They of- dicinal roots their curallWptiviert tended the Episcopal service at Proc- r Rn u
ten p the art was a m ems. Thm se a hundred dollars for any case such better than by the we of alcohol, tor Tuesday.
OAS, - LOK, to cure. Bend for circulars and so generally employed. Sothenowworld Miss Byrd Wartmann came in Mon
.j ,--- -e : 6IgMiAlmieMl N .- o lmemials. Address: F. J. CHENEY lamed "Golde Medical Discovery, for day from Ocala. -
Whiemat a Geerge e Mises a CO, Toledo Ohio. Sold by drug- the cure of wSi fiJd tlt U.a I Misses Mry and Hulda Kune re-
Nieoi t 7le- T.ake alls Family Pills e.S.a .M "- -turned home Tuesday from Oak,
Thzr w = w ogKS 5 estlpat .it ever st has Whoe a & Il here they have been spending a few FuiS .

-ern to11= r, YAMl O J Listedle, d, July .-For thirty- I thatIsIsd'N Mr I Blake returned to Oal
S. M e y eham two years W. J. Steeg, a democratic vaIablemedica Sunday.
VM lIW.e M d C.4 l JeS. postmaster at Llnedale. has hoped in la "ar vIeMir Conductor Chas R. Carter spent
',+ I ,M < m-TeOMPrtor an d ob Johaw. of Le- v t. sieome republican would get *=Rn 6M i W several days here this week with his thW i li W ,
M.---- wN. ote this town and get his job. The onn would ... parents Mr. and MMrs. i Carter. Ia wae a w ag --
ORle bew : A to 12 a. t 1 to Mr. R. C. Rge left Tuesday after- oeeem did .ot pay much anyhow, and Master F. J. Williams Is at Alachua
I AE. -0l mtr a vi Mt to ft'P hes to _m the dh of July Steeg threw up this week. makr v r nwhaML 1
," MS see If 'twill IeSt his health, wlksb the Job. He was appointed postmaster of Mr. Allison Wartmann is at East
has be vm & d.l hibere by President Hayes. A democrat emel Npiled by Dr. 1. V. ad Point, Ga.. visiting his sister, Mrs.
- CA. Tre a dtwo re will be his successor because Lme- B o, N.., and will be mailed to Eugene Cox.
left . riday ht.' l1 the ammer dale n still without a republican voter. any one asking sametb cd, i Mr. M. J. Timmons and W. J. Crosby
A J-L CHACE Fr --"-. -letter adr ot sbope were visitors to Ocala MondIy.
DrE AL S RI GEON is.bthv "bn f. it you will sena your name and ad- eat schools of practice. I will be foad Fla., to visit his daughter. Is OIl t
., FTv e. OV12aL4, , taeets. but nvet1 %g s ,rrees w wfll wImaln you free a package that the lngredentscompoing the *OoM*- Miss Pansy Souter of Sparr. I- r
yea are to ha Mother Orays Australian Laf, a en Medica Dm town this week, also Miss Irma Blake, _______maek
S eertalr, phasmant herb and never fall- s h or theab of v .- of Ocala, who will assist with the
tl y Mow. MIr BDwel, arnf ,t .hv I Wvou have pains In the back, bronchial rnt aa ncth play Friday night t.4.4 44p 4' Si
Am M l urinary, lader or ey trouble laccopained with ctauter"a a Mr. and Mrs. Irvne Wellhone .
"--- this least union of aromatic herbs hoarseness, sore throat, ig or Palatka were in town for a few days
.____ TRM.___,A_ -. I L C. Ridge has I J "_ a ad leaves. All druggists sell h .n-WUoh and all Oi s w and we rearet to say Mrs. Wellhoner MsnL- --l C
I _...___ health, tl. it WIs An - iLt. eents, or address. The Mother op has been quite sick at the home of her FLORIDA' OD ET CO
S. Gray Co lery, N. TY. 2 iconsu n Take Dr. Piere' D brother, Mr. D. T. Sherouse.
r ..l R UIn M h .. .. to..n ave..... ovry In time and pers In Its usm Mrs. Grant Thornton and three COLLEGE, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS 0
SU HHLBMT.I-, wn have c se to m p N -., THIRD TERM FOR CLAY antil yougive It a fair trial and t s not children of Clearwater, are In town FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND NOUt
be D era -areemo onur s. ikely to dsa point. Too much must not visiting her brother, Mr. J. N. Mal -
-A -2% wilot WW_`s Atlanta, July 3.-Alexander Stephens 1.t- 'f it. It will not pefita phurs.
.. .many. It Alledlsterasa. wells thatCla of Cobb county, was reflected r It wi mo-- Mrs. W. J. Crosby and children d Carnegie Hall and third mens dormitory
L rr the third term In the United States e Il caure the afections that Iad p to spent a few days at IslaAd Grove ths lights, steam and furnace heat: large facull
.I gggg. ...r. Te JI-w2 "Z I to today. The casting of the vote smnespllmi.n (f slgm In iEn. week-. tions; ine gymnasium, athlete elds. beath
.k, ael BldtaC, Oea. J. e, C. A. .VNJhse wasm merely a formality as Senator The young ladies and gentlemen are baseball football and basketball teas enl
i -'Mom, 3. 3. NeIpef have d-ric g the Clay was elected It the primary of last working bard on the play to be given Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endo
p p-22st wek vitd the '1ik City.n o year. Friday night, which will be a grand scholarships available_ Christian but u-_em
S Ree Haywood ale has0 boSht Wa new LT I fl I success. Everybody is invited to at-
1. -F top ba n t ....W IF YOU KNEW Itend from far and near. Ci ; C
a Use s-9 toe 12 a. S t 4 Rev. A Adyma mlth, supelaten- a Aiv
.6 T1 itoi :i. i det of Methodist ehr n thi- the r oI t Texas Wonder, o0" PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS For Cataleue Addre<
_____________* district, preehed B l ** would nlew fer ftrom kidney, bMad- ONTrrArI AND kHnncR PEIN E
and Rev. J. Thompson In the even- mr o ematc trouble. bSottletwo M UH s U Hundreds of orphans have been Wm. F. ilal mn, Pb DL. I
S, -- .. amtt's atment. Sold by druggists helped by the president of the Indus-
Louis Weli havsnt'prchsed the or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr. PLANS FURNISHED trial and Orphan's Home at Macon, : :_gs__-soA o p........
o Be beautiful boe of Fred Walte is the L W.. Hall, 292 Olive Street, St ON APPLICATION Ga., who writes: -We have used
..vi..llage, and more t 1h ar o f Louis. Mo. Electric Bitters in this Institution for .
m iM- IM 9-land about ohe mUiwf townMal, has .. E-N CLUE P. O. Box 48. OCALA, F nine years. It has proved a most ex- FOR HEALTH AND PLi
S,-,, with his wie sad dalihtur, Mar A SLENDER CLU cellent medicine for stomach, liver, and The Beautiful
S *- ... ..... _.__ taken possssolan of the ert. ... -- .. ---.. .- - -. kidney troubles. We regard It as one
[ i mr P Utle- Cull M P lmep yIutt is s i org i e sgWs Murder n MOmway Have Left AAtnA-n of the best family medicines on UAA ht Clnll
. N .gt erO cerdiany weae thetlaM. .ilay the Cos e German THE 0i m8W A8IAt earth" It Invigoa.tes the vitall or- naWUOU 1U111 iood
wl --l n not regret settlauu I Bervi ew. tms ehip gans, purifies the blood, aids diges- w
R o O *. Mr. s. Mrs a--e( U S an Mew Yorkt 8m .-In the hope of BADRB R _1u R tion, creates appetite. To strengthen "Land of the Sky" WAYNES VILLE, I
.... r. i th tr eg.M1nSit' V ptaerua, Leaon ang. ithe acce slay Bn ll U and build up thin pale, weak children On the Southern Railway, one hour from As
Ith Mr s 0 Ms. and er of lse Sigel, the police have just -or run-down people It has no ual.
.* --- M's. --.1 B. ._.t !.. ,, to several cities on the Medilter o ie IObl* cl he O Best for female complaints. Only S Special attention to moulnta'partles. Special
O" s heM s I -23- Holer ITS whleAA t l g S, mi* Ot and to points through w- at all drIggists Information address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (
I eie i er; Phees, OlSee No. 3n; l his lpWOe Mr. and Mu. Whie| the Ses canal and Indian ocean to Hue. worth Inn. Asheville.)
F s3$, naut. hold up the German steamship Helene Ofers the very best service of KENORICK wA
r V The puhMihhls o the Maio ate m Rlckmers and search it for the tug-. skilled workmen with modern Ep- everything pa. of very quietly
QqALA. PLORIDA gme lwns in much appreciate. tlve. pliances. Strictly sanitary. flectrc on Evethg the meet of our people ob-
|" ,."-- Wbd it not be good MIea to pIm- I-fwmtlon is almost conclusive fans, electric mwges. servi aturday as their holiday.
B bI tll u ts l U t11 sets Of the that Ling shipped from Philadelphia Ho Ramng Water at All Tites Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb Invited 1
C.J 4"+ J PKILLIPS 1lgislt e at iB reent eo .. between Juae 1 to .12. and a mn n r r nt .. their many friends to their home Sat- n-
/. h s w w The 3rd was paed Wery pleasantly aswerlnag his description shipped on VINCENT C. DETTER. CH, Manaer urday night and especially the child-
erit pseam8 a t the M the t b r toe- -ic --er s. ""_ -- - -- -- ren, and treated them to a beautiful |
1 .. ," ss a, in g_- ... .". .. ...y L SR display of fireworks. The ascension
S, '- ...- ...... m .- e o -'--"_' --" C. A MHARD TRUGGLE GEORGE FIX ot several small balloons delighted the lA ISVmILES hl6 ,1
n. ~t ..' 1- m- _lrr l --rMm ,Bttager, -RW. A ad~i, Nth. ihr- .- -.. .... children. The crowd left at a late JA SllNttlI>S fW,31 1


UP -tt lr C. Plh-.. A n0 1aslm between -q 1 Ou rC1I FmC. t,# PRACLCAL BRICK MASONM hour wishing Mr. and Mrs. Webb
S- ..m ... aIiiw-a n Lvo Sl BelIview, some to in UniIgn Hard Red and @Fire Brick Work many returns of the Fourth of July. ItBhT i m 1o-R
v --- or et elDevw. A aSmber 0o l- Withi a back constantly aching Special attention to repairing fur- Mr. C. E. Nix and family of Floral R*., $, iwr a y la uii
S. 1 .CAA, a. d weeo present from Levon 1and WiO distressing urinary disorders, aaces, boiler setting and Dutch City, are spending this week with their
S "_-.--- Pedro. Daily es.atence Is but a struggle. ovens, brick kilns and baker's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nix.
J .WeA.. ' -am. No _.. to keep It up. ovens. If your boiler doesn't steam Master C. B. Grace of Evinston. THOMAS M. WI O
I.me home to sped the 4th ;R re- Dem' SKidney Pillis will cure you. as It should, send for me, I am the spent the 4th with his cousin. Willie
I 'Ihithe l lfM r toaeltWtot c froo. awasAnn rcso._Third San- doctor. Grace. He returned home Tuesday.
a'-he"'-nth WAsay: A"I.wa A rik sn ThirdmSt, an-o
ine tt 20 1 wah" lastw ws ela. so weak' "that I had but little No distance too wate ana no hour ville Monday.
IoSK ".-ac E o- ".. ',- c_ tr.l over the a~tlo of the sec too late to resMwrnd. At the Carlton Mr. W. E. Nix went down to Floral
S --- -- M 3 Wor ti a. I suffered almost constantly House. City Monday to make his son Ed a
I _ame J _ashe-Xw&. "wwe r rRdgdi the oah accompanied by paini OCALA. FRAIDA visit.
i h em-amcon .we eenteredIndo time du ort. ,crem. my loins and some days I Mrs. B. C. Webb is spending this
$11o" ft alk ftldM G0610t The Kaftat.g isriNeMb g so ar b ar f __o Irt-u- nd............... week atInverness with her old friend
iu S meetings durtg the months of July, t.le agth nd energy. I flually ob-. ... Mrs. Geo. B. ChappelL
A._ at d Uf er tabq4Rabox o Dfaons Kidney P ils Mr W.rV.e.haMrs.GIo.IB.Chaph
I M a tse sdieted soon^ proe w Mr. W. V. Chapel is in South Caro- W. TOPH OEa THE TE
Na...... ..... tat they were the remedy I needed. l na visiting his brothers. We wish O. ilE 3
r0' WAhD O O A* bMies gradually became stronger for him a pleasant visit. L S b R
-my back eased to ache and the FUNERAL IWMT CTORS Mr. knd Mrs. E. B. Phillips visited
often receive servers U pUlng out yims Aeroes my loins disappeared. I Mrs. Phillips' old home at White....
A'. L I low a m. me Bud Arnlq Sat" be etO wellm able to Uuitawe .I --nightSprings on the fourth.
and forget them. It sem drivoutA dec ad as a result, have felt much kel a S Mr. J. Whitehead of the Jack-
I___eta-- menm --- e -- McIver Alfted _. sonville Electric Co., Is spending a a 1 a .
and bruises it' eartit greatest h 6aler. tlan ~ other remedy I ever used." AUrtakes, few days here with his folk. W IL
Quickly cu slura qtel atoMn ol IPlenty more proolike this from Mrs. J. E. Turnipseed. -ad as hr W
I II =fi _&TET boel aleers, felnms; best pile aee Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'sFI Cakeo t l rial Ish" guest last Thursday afternoon her
Sir nmade. Reli et insl st 26e at a brg More and ask what cnstome rs mother. Mrs. Peterson and two sis- S. E. MWEL rM ITw l "
Sale by a ,druggists. P All work done by licensed embalm- tears. Misses Elsie Hill and Jettle Me-
S"- ANNUAL "ARcu" AT ste"lllrnsoc. S ers and fully guaranteed. Conn of Ocala.
New ANNUALoArsUoleAT aegentsfor-MI the United ,, Mrs. W. B. Uvingston had as her
S, _.....FO -ORT MI OY JULY 1 6 ew solee agents for the United --- guest on the 4th her mother. Mrs. M. ALL KIND*, 01
% p ...,sof. i Mcr wi illm S a .._ -..-# -...-.. .. .-. C. Larrin of Redddick. ... ...


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e lteweved thb agterme. at 4 lecloek
Ili the il 4 Mtry. 3Aie Owes of
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-l ^f Atafeai Cm n rt .
i be st as OIY v antt w Cteass .
u. Jmw : He dr, o D O w- In
g*. wIm y e, da.0e ot Ateis Mayor
w fere we eldlie H f the tow ostady
OaW bets Were freey ma at odd@
thOt Mayer ilZer w aldut be abeset
hrm the Phophmse City more tan 15s
dea jt leu-emegh to make the
trIp Is to te m rtn w. wedded
,w the man to h I tow..

Mr. I. T. Umaa. of Lake Weir, who
speat the pamt tix maoths at Misam.
IN the mp e aof the Deke Lamber
Cmimy h.e r etwrme home and was
Ssl tow WqdNlMday, eompnaled by
AMe father-l-law. Mr. J. Dion.e

rMm Alfred mad her charming
d41 T. M lMk Bernice Alfred, of Port
bligU.T wh Amone up Tuesday, retura-
*1 hoeme yesterday.

C. Moe., f Leroy. ad large
-b@M at o a leMe Dumelleo property.,
was in town Wedameery and iatormed
a Star Mpeter ohe ad just commeuc-
a bomek of Phophate City property.
Ne B SOM Nw q ailt dwew there now,
v. I. Gambyir. the new pastor of
S the ptiAet bareb, maDe the Star a
p-lesM and appreciated caU yester-
day am d4 what every mA do
S W lM ves eal botor the
pa pe. R.v m Mer. Giab~b, ate very
ma pleme with their new .heme
am led1 that Ithe people of Ocala
tooe "blny to thm as they do to
St aly i people their stay here
1N to p at -ad pesdtable all

Mr. 3ill. the Ome mie frtlleser
>m a.. WM ttow. yatmrday laterview.
I ag the trae and o- emtlng Oa the
rM alit Ofa the sme*'ws track erop, which

?. 1. V. ArpeM, a duce Iful yetlaf
trVaVer at wae town last
might, a guest ef the Montesuma. He
avery mac bterestel Ia the county
seat eeateet and as he thiak, there is
m le a Osteman, it will get his

0. 0. Beee, em of Webster's

mi em waa in town lat night a guest

the Sinter eointhouae shall rNet, Mr.
Device wtre..d home to vote for his
Stovorite town.

shoa he lost his Me horse and to
mase -eselMe the ele.e comnectlon-
V Wth Blitebt he to tiaklaf some of
a aa ato foroe a Iead
; 'anant. ha emld so home to dinner


THE FLOWER ,IuN

commsaofa the Rse Cantata us
Given at t ArmerWy Last Nilt

SYNOPSIs
Th FPlowera meet in a secluded dell
Sthe rest to chose their Queen. A
Persma d0eo-tented with the world,
seeks, In the same place, retirement
from Its cares and disappointments.
The Plower tell of love and duty and
the Relusae-learning that. to fill well
the statloa allotted by providence, Is
to be happy-resolves to return again
to useftlaess and contentment among
his fellow creatures.

Recluse. Mr. Jake GerigM
Rose. Mrs. George Pasteur.
Lily. Mrs. Winston.
*Violet, Mrs. Goin.
Daisy, Miss Lucile Moore.
Bellotrope, Miss Mary Gates.
Sunflower, Miss Eloise Smoak.
Dandelion, Mrs. Connor.
Co-rafloer. Miss Adele Blttinger.
Chrysanthemum, Miss Dorothy Lan-
caster.
Crocus, Mrs. Lapham.
Dahlia, Mrs. Hampton.
Hollyhock, Mrs. Crom.
Japoneia, Mrs. Clarkson.
Tulip, Mrs. CarrolL
Touch-Me-Not, Miss Susie Ellis.
Aorget-Me-Not, Miss Eleanor Crom.
Nightingale. Mr. Leon PIsheL

Misses Noble Toungblood. Dorothy
Schrieber. Tommie Standley, Alice
Sexton, Mabel Meffert. Ruth Boney.
Hannay Ellis, Rosebud Robinson, Lucy
ThagardL
Heather Bels
Emma Perry. Ruth Hardee, Ruby
fassett, Nellie Beckham. Frances Lid-
do., Blanche Whaley. Sidney Harrold.
Lillian Clarkson. Ava Lee Edwards.
Beatrice Boney, Sidney Perry. Theresa
Blane, Louise Spencer, Annie Benton
Fuller, Jessie Bishop, Lois LJvingston,
Marguerite Edwards. Irma Feltham,
Miriam Conner. Loureen Spencer.
Louise Teague. Susie Youngblood,
Rhoda Thomas, Henrietta Livingston,
Pearl Fausett, Theo. Beckham, Marion
Meffert
Part First-Overture
"We are the Flowers"-Chorus.
"Here Would I Rest"-Recluse.
"Rest Thee Here"-Chorus (conceal-
ed) and fecluse.
Duet. "Wouldst Thou Know"-Rose
and Lily.
"0 Gentle Peace"-Recluse..
"Who Shall be Queen"-Chbrus.
"I am the First"-Crocus.
"Peace, False Pretender"-Dahlia.
Duet, "TIs Not In Beauty"-Daisy
and Heliotrope.
"Prised by the Beausfur-Japonlca.
"Make Way. Ye Silly Praters"-
Sunflower.
"Say, Where is Our Favorite Lily"-
Chorus.
Duet, "Sister Flowerettes"-Lily and
Violet.
"The Balmy Odors"-Rose.
"Lot Twilight Shadows"-Tulip.
"Breathe We Now"-Popples.
"WMt is This"-Chorus.
Ceme, Come Quickly Away"-
Chorus.
"Hymn Tonight"--Chorus (conceal-
ed) and song (Recluse.)
Duet-Nightingale and Rose.
Part 8seend
* "Good Morning; Good Morning"-
Chorus.
"To the Cholce"-Cborus.
"Softly, Softly, Dear Friends"-Hol-
lyhock.
"I WIll. I Will, Yes. I Will Go"-
Dandelion.
"Touch-Me-Not"-TOuch-Me-Not.
"We Love You All"-Chogrus.
"Who Shall be Queen"-Chorus.
"Stranger. Thou Hast Heard"-As-
pirants.
Tis Hard to Choose"-Reeluse.
"The Rose! The Rose! The Rose!"-

"Prepare We for the Festive Scene"
(drill and chorus)-Chorus.
"We Come From the Hillside"-
Heather Bells.
Dril-Pples.
Coronation March-Flowers.
"Recetive Thy Crown"-Semi-chorus.
"On Thy Brow"-Hellotrope, Daisy.
Violet and Lily.
"Long Live Our Beauteous Queen"--
Chorus and Echo.
"Filled with Gratitude and Love"--
Rose.
"We Go to Pulflll Our Glad Mission"
-Chorus.l
Duet. "I Bless fle Hand"-Roee and


m d eansmeo ame milk ad cream,
whok are tap articles of the doc-

Mr.-IdMr. Rem Brdes went
I- bn 0O the lMO yesterday afternoon
to a if they could. Sad a cottage for

SMr t Joha eagr, the tarpentne

M othler poopltta Inorthand west


S raile dkow at Crystal River
UM ueek were vry h avy. The wat-
S mM an o s at the bank building in
m. 1w1 were caught
Sa aA4.t JC. Steveps, the Ash and
4- eIsefma. A good samed gar sh was

bk1 of't VIVer, OOhich wi give an
"a e4oI thew the wtera roes and
p buad, t tza that wa only in
b ombsp with V ol rai other placem,
-y m -at- DL. ?Webursr, where the
Sopnt ear swvk was bal hampered

mSU M sta of the city by coming
4 l eoar the Sr leveL At Fort Myers
6 ;xmummated a S"atlin city for



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that ely. areondig every nook and
L, e l an Is the het of mature.


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N NNY ltr 0-OrMd h ooys. Orlando


Recluse.
Finally
Light of Eternal Iove"-Rose. Solos,.
Recluse and Chorus.
The Star takes pleasure In present-
ing a synopsis of the Flower Queen cr
the Coronation of the Rose. by Gee. F.
Root, and the names of the charact-
era, who have friends at home and
abroad who will be more than pleas-
ed to hear of the excellent manner in
whiob the cantata was presented and
the eple dtd success attending their
efforts, with the unstinted applause It
brought forth from a crowded house.
It Is not too much to say and keep
within the bounds of truth, that for
the time consumed In the preparation
of this varied and intrivate musical
play, ten days and the splendid and
successful manner In which it was
staged and executed. It was equal to
any production that has ever been glv-
em form an Ocala stage.
It seemed as if everybody went
there to have a good time and spend a
pleasant evening and as the play pro-
gresed the expectations of the au-
dience grew until at Its finale they
said It had been many a day since
they had spent money.that brought to
them as much interest, enjoyment and
pleasure as they received last night.
Now, having said all this. with a
full presentation of the characters, lit-
tle remains, though a fraction of that
"little" at. the latter part of the per-
formance. grew into the major part of
the play. That little part was no less
a sweet, winsome and really cute per-
sonage than Marion Meffert, the four-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Meffert, the youngest person on the
stage aqp one of the Heather Bells.
The beauty about this Interesting lit-
tle nersonage was the unconsciousness


A Woman Wants

The Home Ptper


MAKE HER
HAPPY BY TAKING
IT THE YEAR ROUND

--THE--

OCALA EVENING STAR

PICNIC AT CARTER'S POND
The annual picnic will be given at
Carter's Pond July 23rd, and the pub-
Ies is cordially invited to attend and
bring well filled baskets.
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A western judge granted a divorce
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breath. Dr. King's New Life Pills
would have prevented it. They cure
constipation, causing bad breath and
liver trouble the ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaches, conquer
chills. 25c at all druggists.

WEATHER FORECAST


Washington, July 8.-Showers
night and Friday.


to-


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gists,

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power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather
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Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar
as It cures stubbon coughs after other
treatment has failed. L. 31. Ruggles.
Reasnor. Iowa, writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley's Honey and
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pain in my lungs and they are now as


that lk Inseparable with sweet and in- A GOOD BEGINNING
nocent childhood, which' she artlessly -
displayed In every touch s lift of There are six Baptist churches in
her btte dress and,he shy and won- Owensboro.' Ky. Five omitted ser-
dreus look sbumcast from her eyes. the vices last Sunday in order that the
tlps of her little feet and her voice so !congregations might assemble at one
indeseribably flooded her mind that -th." Third-to join the members of
seemed to have memorized ev-ry lin that church in welcoming their new
of the song, so attracted the attention pastor, Rev. C C. Carroll. lately of
of the audience when it began to dis- Ocala. Mr. Carroll's subject was
cover this realistic little queen and "Anointe-d Eyes" and he was listened
as interest augmented as the play to with close attention by a packed
proceeded the applause became so ;house.
demonstrative for the charming petite, The Third Baptist church of Owens.
favorite that nothing would satisfy the Iboro. Ky.. Is one of the largest in the
crowd until the Recluse. Mr. J. J. South. It has 1500 members and its
Gerig. took the little tot by the hand Sunday School has an average atten-
and walked across the stage. which dance of 1W00.
fact anew demonstrated that the au- The following by Rev. L. B. Warren.
dience as If by Inspiration had dis- Mr. Carroll's predecessor here. and
covered a little German princess in now pastor of the First Baptist
song and action and this was the only church of Owensboro, is an eloquent
way they could appease the happy tribute to Mr. Carroll and another
thought of the evening. proof of the David and Jonathan
A delightful feature of the play was friendship that exists between two
,the costumes, the characters bedecked vPry sincere men. It is taken from the
with tfle flowers they impersonated Owensboro Messenger:
and as they were displayed with taste "It was once said of George Truett.
It heightened the general effect of the universally heralded as the greatest
scene as well as lending additional preacher of the Baptist church, that
charm to those who wore them., he would be recognized as a giant of
The poppies were redolent in color. intellect, did not his marvelous spirit-
while the heather bells fairly glowed ual fervor eclipse all other character-
In the delicate tracing of that be- istics. Of Charles Carroll it can be as
witching flower, truly said. were it not for the great-
The Recluse, Mr. Jake Gerig. in his ness of his mental gasp. he would be
cap and gown, wore a masterful air hailed as a spiritual giant. Dr. Car-
and sang his part with fine effect and roll is as great as Dr. Truett. and the
the same can be said of the Rose, Mrs. verdict of the coming years will place
George Pasteur. The duet by Mrs. them aide by pide.
Winston and Mrs. Goin was especially "As pastor the new leader of the
pleasing, as was the one by Misses Third Baptist church is without a
Moore and Gates. Miss Smoak did peer. His conception of the call to the
splendidly as Sunflower, throwing into ministry of Christ embraces the ful-
her voice and action that spirit that i. fillment of the command. "Weep with
the life and charm of an impersonator. those that weep and rejoice with those
Mrs. Hampton added new laurels to that do rejoice." The home of need.
her vocal reputation. Mrs. Harry B. of sorrow and of suffering will find
Clarkson surprised her friends most him constant in attendant'e.
pleasantly. Mrs. R. R. Carroll was a "As a preacher he ranks above the
revelation in sweet notes. Miss Susie highest. In Texas. in Florida and in
Ellis, the fair and charming daughter Cuba he was known as the brightest
of the capable directress. readily at- commencement speaker and the great-
tracted attention by her clear and res- est pulpit orator cf the conventions.
onant voice and pantomime arts. There "As a citizen he is ever at work for
were others and they all deserved the good of his community and of his
meed of praise and it is here gener- state. The present status of the pro-
osly and heartily tendered. Lest we hibition movement in Florida is due
forget, there was the Nightingale, in more to him than to any other man.
the person of Mr. Leon Fishel. who Responsive to an invitation by the
with his flute, did the high clear notes state legislature he addressed that
of that wonderful bird of song to per- body and swept it into a unanimity of
fiction. sentiment for the prohibition cause.
The decorations of the stage and the He met in debate and easily demolish.
scenery were in harmory with the ed the arguments of the leading ora-
costumes of the characters and added tors of the opposition, and was car-
interest and charm to the occasion. ruled from the grounds upon the shoul-
Mrs. Ellis, who staged and prepared the ders of his enthusiastic friends. When
piece, showed decided talent in this he left the state a member of the Ju-
Instance and the audience present dlefary wrote "Our church loses a
was indeed thankful to her for an ev- great preacher, our people a tender
ening of so great pleasure. shepherd and our community loses the
There is only one regret and it was greatest worker for civic righteous-
the general expression that Mrs. J. M. ness we ever had.f
Meffert could not be present to wit- "Dr. Carroll comes to one of the
ness the splendid manner her sweet lit- greatest churches in the South.n
tle Gretchen carried out her part. "gr ..atet.chuches..... ,* ,n..e
"The Phureh fin noof thp ast-


Calvary was visited with fine ranks
last week. t
Mr. Rube Redding of Shady made
Mr. J. W. Morrison a call last Monday.
Mr. Robe Redding and Mr. J. W.
Morrison made a business trip to Mar.
tel last Monday.
Mr. J. W. Morrison and son Merritt
made a business trip to Heldtvile
Thursday and returned Friday.
Mr. A. S. J. Wallace Is having h a
luck putting down a pump. Mr. Wal-
lace drilled 140 feet and never teshebd


-. L ,,, u ,ga.,ins one or ., Le grea- -- wat-- ~ --ta
est leaders in the world. water and had to pull up the celag
"Owensboro has received a citizen and move to another place.
of whom we are justly proud." Mr J. W. Morriso spent Monday
night In Shady with his brother-lh-
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA law Mr. Rube Reddlag.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE Mr .Merritt Morrison made a visit
SC to Heidtville Bunday.
$15.25 Mobile, Ala, July '31st, August Misses Lotle. Mage sad Aale
1st and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th, ex- Morrison spent Sunday most pleasant-
tension to August 28th. ly tt Shady with their aut Mr. Ruabe
83.90-$104.65-Los Angeles and San Redding.
Francisco, on sale various dates. Mr .and Mrs. George Buhl spat
Limit October 31. Variable rofites Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
and stopbvers. J. W. Morrison.
$95.40--Seattle. Washington. Variable We are sorry to say Mrs. W. W.
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo- Leak is still sick. But the writer i.-
her 31.-ote- .. en her a speedy recover,
$lS.7O--onteagle. and Seewannepe, Messrs. Lorne Ras-er and *ek1
Tenn., July 1, 10, 17, 23. 24, 30o, A u- Mtgomerys eS. isr a
gust 13. and 14. Limit September Montgomery spent Sunday afternea
5. Stopovers allowed. with Mr. J. W. Morrison.
For further Information call on or Mr. Will Perkins of Mml ..elled
write F. J. Huber. C. P. & T. A.: or In Calvary Sunday afternooi
J. K. Kirkland, p, P. A.. Tampa. Fta. Mrs. J. W. Morrison eaal .IMe r
west Calvary Saturday afftOAi"s.
If people with symptoms of kidney Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. J. Wallace aN
or bladder trouble could realize their son attended services at Martal Sutm
danger they would without loss of day afternoon.
time commence taking Foley's Kidney Mr W W Leak and mn Geore
Pills. This great remedy stops the made business trip to Ocala r-
pain and the irregularities, strength- day
ens and builds up these organs and Mr. A. S. J. Wallace wasa caller I
there is no danger of Bright's disease Ocala Saturday.
or other serious disorder. Do not dis- Mr. t Morrison made a business
regard the early symptoms. Sold by trip to Ocala Monday,
all druggists. Mr. M. J. Morrison and sister. M
WAXTE--A combinaton book, gle, called in North-west Calvary
eWANTE-A combination book- Monday evening.
keeper and stenographer. Good posi- We would like to see a piece from
tion for the rightrman. Address, book- Martel and Berlin once in a while as
keeper, care Star. 6-7-3t it has been a long time since they
HOW BIG WE ARE have been heard from. We hope to
W BIG WE ARE see a piece from them next week.
That genial philosopher and all SKILLED PAINTIIr
round journalist, Mr. Edgar, the mSKILLED PANTING
Times-Union Short Talks Man, has I am Prepared to take any Job of
the following to say: painting, no matter how large or bow
"Some idea of the length of the pe- small. Or how fine the work desIred
ninsula of Florida may be gathered may be. I have,tbe material, mrushe
from the fact that if a straight line and knowledge to paint and do It
the length of the mainland of the state right Houses painted Inside mad out
be drawn northward from its northern Graining. glldlng, hard on amisMaIg
boundary it will reach very nearly .to varnishing and lettering and sdgn
the southern boundary of Virginia. painting- Taste and kill guaranteed
The Atlantic coast line of Florida is as Address P. 0. Box 116. or leaveword
long as that from its northern boun- at the star office. K. W. ilyaw,
dary to Cape Lookout in North Caro- Ocala, Fla. tt
lina,.and if the distance from the
mouth of the St. Marys to Key WestI BETTER COME TO FLORIDA
be taken it is about equal to that from'
the St. Marys to Cape Hatteras. It Is To the western stockman the past
not strange that in a state extending spring was one of the moat trying Is
southward through more than 6 de- many years. Especially isl tW true of
greos of latitude and to within ababt the Rocky Mountain region, where the
4l degree of the tropical a great variety season has been unmasomably a1"
of climate should be found, that the with severe snow storms long after the
climate of the southern end should be ordinary period. On many of the


much warmer than that
ern portion."


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lambing grounds there th amew was
so deep that It was Impomible to reah
them,. and. in consequence, the lamb-
ing operations were tranferrv d to
other locations where the ieviumd


D M t lincg were not altogether -m etaT.
uDO lME e extreme clr- 1
starting as early as uaual, in em-se
quence of which, the ra em ham ea
fully a month lat. Wb tha umdi
T time arrived for turmlg m sem
..l U.,O onto the open ranges for t fmlod lets
there was very little gram s vaiah.e
16 and as the stocknem had ud ap all
sic their supply of hay, the stock, espep-
ially the cattle, suffered somewhat for
want of feed.
mant Foras stIn New Mexico the sheepme Hmads a
iet Famis- strong plea to the Forest Service to
0o3e allow them to take some of thm a heora
into the Pecos National Pst wMhih
ERY DAY has been closed against hemep a


DDYAL-ATNER
wMiss Lak Later ad Mr
Dyal were itold tathe fa
matrimony on WedaMeaday
9 ocloek, Jaone kth, Rev. 0. W..
orford, of Antheay, .fflelb -,
ceremony was proa*ed at 11s b-|
of the bride. -The wedding wV a
quiet one, aly a few itleste ml l
of the coafactng parties bea Vms-
ent.
The parlors mwere beauUf -
ated with- flowers ad @Vm ,
making a Dost lovely pietm with tg
handsome bride ant graoms ad their
well drese friends.
ThM graoa is ese f the v ea .
ployees of the McDeweU Crate ad
Lumber Company of Oak, whne he i N
well known and greatly respected. lThe W
bride is the youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. B. H. Leitner of this p e. -
who is known to all of ow pe soe aI a
most estimable foung lady aot rehr
and sweet disposition.
The presents were varied and valu-
able,. inchingg the respect and love I
which the fair bride is held by her
friends at home and abroad. After
-congratulations were over reftoah-
ments were served in buffet a style
consisting of Ice cream ad eabk.
Mr. and Mrs. Dyal are at home to
their friends at No. 9 Spring Park ave.
nue. Oak, Fla.
May the hand of Time never ruth-
lessly sunder them. that their lves eo
Joyously begun, will be one even aew
of happiness and roSperity.
Griner Firm, July 6. 19".

WATCH FOR THE RED WASQiMg
The Florida Packing & leeCompay
now has Its delivery wagons Oa the
streets retailing lee. The co mpay in
also shipping from the plant ad
selling to the trade In quanttlea. as
the company's ad. elsewhere hi thi
issue. The ice is made from p
distilled water and Is irst-class.

THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
Offers its services and superior wet-
manship in the art of palatiag vi-|
cles of all kinds and classes. It hMe
Introduced Its specialty of palating aS.
tomobiles. A sample of our work rea
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a call.
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S' ......ADAM EICHELSERWR
S'News has Just been received of the
o ,death In Atlanta of CoL Adam Ekchel-
'Eberger, one of Ocala's oldest a"d best
Ai-f 1V E known citizens.
-q.s^~ RAISED TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
.v. Mgrst R. Tonge and Jake
Mr. P. 0. e Ch n Brown, is practically one day's work
the BMar" Chem or rather part of .a day. raised 10.lO,
S. I o Cheese of the required 15IS.M to build -he
c eosqM equefort Chee new opera house. The balance of the
ZIt l~ a~~.. money will be raised without apy triu-
AnuerT SaUMgI ble, as many of the people from whom
eaOOT a. tos large subscriptions of bonds are ex-"
the a ., rman S 0mi 9a e 'pe.ted. have not yet been seen by
.. ym..i BI the committee. Most of the lodges
Sh Star Hams anf the city are subscribing liberally
to the bonds., which speaks well for
it Star Breakfat Bacon s success. These lodges an have
A --&- *surplus funds in their treasuries and
Mr. a..C. T e o.1 i in Bach Week are glad to invest them in a good safe.
soe .o f be I-m," 11 public benefit, home proposition. When
''.' l the committee sees you. subscribe for
Mr., G. HI OaMqe '" one or more of the bonds. You will
1'11 T1PbT get 4 per cent. Interest on your in-
vestment, it is as safe as a bank and
wr so Mr. r. W. 4 g you will be helping the town. Only
SLthe unsuw " 25 per cent of the amount will be call-
T WTROXLER - - R 0 Eed for when work is started and the
S few 9" D 5moo Wil balance in monthly payments.
Nft't BAND CONCERT PROGRAM
Mr. M. P. Bseut ber o O *i Little Miss Wynonsa Wetherbee is the The regular weekly concert willU be
-_it I 6. reciplemt of a very beautiful birthday given by the Metropolitan Band Friday
S* -. 4 gift la the shape of a summer trip to evening at 8:15 o'clock, providing the
t he Mleateum. ed 2 vals -ie- Boteon from her cousin Mr. Roland weather will permit The following Is
S- Wetherbee, who will meet Wyona in the program.
JaksonviBle on the 20th. Wynona's 1. March. "Bombasto"-O. R. Farrar.
-wadi aI y foarteenth birthday, and proceeded by 2. "Sextette from LucWa"-Doniaettl.
M. ,o n" =" raft to DBstom, where she will visit her 3. Waltzes, "Belles of aevUle-.-J. B..
uncle, Dr. Roswell Wetherbee. She Lampe.
Mr. W. P.Pl ..m of .. will also be the guest of her cousin, 4. Selection, "Remicks' Hits No. 5"-
S- rs. Wood. at the Carlton Hotel, and J. B. Lampe.
Swill spend some time with other rel- 5. March. Gentry's Triumphal"-Fred
Mr. B. J. Levei n UPa tml 4 %k-! atives at Concord. Acton and Bedford, Jewell.
fotoM yti ta tov returning home In the fall. 9. Medley overture. "The Ruler"-W.
C. O'Hare.
S|' o: The pride of the Court Pharmacy Is' 7. March. "Old Pathful"-Abe Holn-
S11-..-- oecu bont ene el "be-its prescription department Pure mann.
drugs only are used, which are select- 8. Overture, "Lustsplel"-Keler-Bela.
TNI THE LIPS K S by p of experience. A. B Gerig. Director.
ti ta me swt. T Wha y | __ tp t ,herbe -s no better stock of fine EAGLES' MEETING
gr -:'Lmed C-.'_* .aL.: 'papers in the city than we
/ a pead bases are s'paiml. w me W l try. Come in and look It over If Ocala Aerie had a well attended
MsllOase s 4.s ... 0". j. L: 'f A. -want something really nice. Ty- meeting last night The regular busti
mmtlmry a f lt-M nt are tIe Aa ao -1" &ness of the aerie was transacted, and
tim. It is W i a hd l ta etesithtL t wings were fitted on two new mem-
WdrT M1e et UMeaMw W Dr. V. E. MeClane can be found at bers, Messrs. Pratt Morris and F. C.
o e Drink. Clars a4 Nere ,r t b hs rs.ldence, the A. E. Delouest home Barnes.
e1l a sad Ne w se yt y I t the fourth ward, The Eagle minstrels are not dead by
Mr.- A Barr TT.1 LOT- any means., and may be expected to
AT. BALLARDMS B"rA o.w"e I OW -A Phi Kappa Sigma frater- give some more performances In the
S.B atthe m .L50669.pity pin, somewhere between A. C. L. future. The organization of a base-
m" Mr. I* C* o me ulf t Tfreightt depot and Anti-Monopoly Drug- ball nine in contemplation, and a#
/I W% .at the OcalsHse. a-" .. store, Return to Star office and re- the aerie contains a number of veteran
Ia I cI celve reward, players, the prospect for some fne
games is excellent.
S.Mr. J. IL 1 of3 ckSsevilleo Is F1OR RENT-Five-room house near The next meeting of the aerie will
at the Ocala Iouse1. pummping station. Apply to H. C. be held Wednesday evening, July 21.
Mr. P u the "iones, Ocala BettUlnk Works, Ocala,
Mr. P ikPO. the orace TowerOf ,. -25-tf
rIiM on lt,.was i tow:I5'. 6-25-tf MONTHLY WOODMEN MEETING

Miss ely Pelot et t t We have a most exquisite Une of The (regular monthly meeting of
iOwam F Mto fta ,t her e t `Iptef. Thin s AntMonopoly Fort King Camp W. 0. W.. will be held
S7 -- ...lee. The^ AntU-Monopoly at.Yonge's Hall tomorrow evening. In-
Try *& be'ift"4 lj ubm1 6Tk Itlation and other important business.
S forw museum a fresle. t 3tr.Qat g Z 'fM and Mrs. Elmer DeCamp of this All members should attend.
ftnB B i '-" -,- w. iMity and Mrs. Douglass of Shady went
Sw to Stanton yesterday to spanJ a CARD OF THANKS
amIon ist I1 M iN at vi*r The Choir Guild of Qrace Eplseopal
S' Bear In mind we carry a full line of church beg to take this method of
:eyIn A1 :m Carter's Inks; also thanking those who so willingly as-
As tainpesr $1 up, at the Ocala sted In the rendition of the Flower
CMIM CIAL TATONRY ter sap J at te ews Company. Queen at the armory last evening and
S t highN grado iem q tr o a ,. also to the public who aided us with
a lnd stera earv a gat L d .a a _- theiir attendance, making the same a
time aI attention. as our stock and decided success. Mrs. Ellis, under
fte |fsrs owsupplat W .whose tutorship the Flower Queen was
hWN aply iAtte ht. V t -rendered, deserves the highest praise.
** y-u want a l I pelcU .r1 t e eA % w which we most hertily extend.
g r, a note book or a letter pre-s A wThe Choir Guild.
worth your wlne to come la, look pin l t uO t te B-
,4 anM emmpam prime. PIma. EXTRA FINE PROGRAM TONIGHT
sC.ALA W .oOMPANY .. .. P? 5 .Be, eith P At the Air Dome tonight there will
a"-g-e. s, e sate, "es '[WP A N be an extra fine program. The reels
---l *m "t l'-"A t'.-- '4 >,. Y...OUR APPKARANCR to be shown are said to be the most
theue I nWIUot sauer If you have to woat interesting and beautiful ever shown
a *, .Mlq lU IIN ._.rlt sie 1 yuhvtow in Oeala. Don't fail to see the ple-
PM. A f "tt. Jyamo 0. .....A Tbey are Improving 0to most peo-
Rate mue e.iS All g ds "j .l m eh..M's looks when fitted by oBe who MEETING OF THE DAUGHTERS
4 sa.ed rohS All rsh.iftlt a her Nte,."ii tads how. --
lrr 8ot 8 7 l'a. a, 30 dal wm a *r1.. be i' : Your eysmlghit Is too precious to The regular monthly meeting of
' M slea for fo i, 3- wil. i cat You owe them all the at. Dcklson Chapter U. D. C. will be held
,. .. a. o aH...i ia ad re that they m. need at the residence of Mrs. R. G. Blake,
RAT, ONE DOLLAR A MONTH irlel daw car t *thtthy 7 at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon.
11 .... A M.tyvrir wm By tWM It tln "- a- t Gut Carefl Attention Here Mrs. A. A. Winer, Sec'y.

. SOA MOUNTAIN FOR SAL Mr. McMahor, with the 9. A. L. 1 a MISSIONARY MEETINg
a---- Oeal bss retm d hIr- EIt Kyepight Speciast, M
..- A e se tfoumatan fotr sale; cat bsmene Mr. Streak *MI a ag "s .- Oeala. Fla. The Woman's Foremn MlIslonarv


r e; wtil toke'1i0 eash for it Ap. t' Obee hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and Society of the Methodist church will
ly to S. A, Mos & Brother, city. Rome Violet Talcum sas f.th :0 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office meet tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at
best, n5 eeas at the P laboratory rooms 2 ad 4 Gary 4 o'clock. A full attendance of the
S5 GIN oARGAIN store, . -7.. Mory. members is desired,
4 ^* --- -- .- B 4.
hhtaaks & Morse 3-horsepower MiG Qace atebell return e d MEETING OF THE Y. P. M.8
(9 d&svetop four) In perfect condition tera" y ftmfOW fe t Ia i01sa0t 'E. J. Swain of Terrell Ga.. is the ___
SMr sale at ibarga. l ItWg aiso for two wees vT it to fri9 d--1-ta* new barber at the arcade. He is a very The Young People's Missionary So-
NN sme. Owuer ha substituted elec- tives In DeLand am JakserWe.. 4 pleasing yoMng man and will help the clety will hold Its regular monthly
Spmotor. Address P. O. Box 88 Ocala boys to play ball. meeting this evening at the home of
6-24- Mim Margaret A dWermsi etwabd Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, which will be fol-
today from a visit to friends .40t 4 The prescrption aeparunent Is the lowed by the usual social hour. All
PIANO TUNING Lake. Mai stay of any drugstore. Accuracy. members are urged and friends cor-
S aw .reliasility, promptness and pure drugs dially invited to attend.
gagg He o OA- The O ina II~U~R~.~ tem will l Ive made this department of our
M s. ,e Jacoksonvillle. py thme Mu tem on the Ocal a uluess one of the largest in the Mrs. Leila McDowell and daughters.
S. L A. M. ml-. city. 4-itt dia o this twrmMth. satry. Send us your prescriptions. the Misses Mary and Anna MeDowelL
S-- Tydfags & Co. left yesterday for Roanake, 'a., where
LSTRIC SMOOTHING The oal baseball team went to Pa- b they will spend the remainder of the
IRONS" ON"RIAL latha. this 1rsoag to play ttioe Delay In commencing treatment for summer.
IRON ON TRIAL of that ptee this after e. slight Iwegularlty that could have
T _. le ,m " _.% cWed quickly by Foley's Kidney Mr. Lee Howell left yesterday for
i o ON a c ssmoothlng TVilaus" -ad "he King of the builds up the worn out tis- Hot Springs, Ark., where he wil hpve
a y 'W. ema a few dan tays l* Rata'I which will be at Uto Air tDmea ses and strengthens 'these organs. some of the rheumatism boiled out of
u P W our t mY'g'""ce, or bytear& to at. are sal a oed attlritty to old by p1 druggists. him.
gr SA T. hey awe the the greatest w t tb e s e ever
114 --t -O te h-o.-e, ne pela.l thrown an te' .. Mrs. H HH. Whitworth. little daugh-
bet j at YCl _i~nt -- @' yuhter, Jessie Mack and aunt. Mrs. Mittie
-r g ,- -s- ia n a e Mm. C. Pis s, oat ec.ra, oErW . Marshal, left yesterday for their for-
t0 a th 1'O I h1 o- u s rewTiI yesteata g a- N ps ~i ud mer home at Smithville, Qa., where
Wo t" a N- lrSYw rh Madise to eti,6 her mothe.. -e w- as they will speld the next few mouths.
TUC... .* mcempaued to Ools by be huesand,
S" pMr. and Mrs. A. E. Delouest left
FBR -> ,Mr. and Mrs. Le Miller j .2 Mil' yesterday for Indiana. where they will
i" m tmIm rMWaI e ll dley. h spot a a ot u spend several months visiting. They
hinted sa *Thir stIett/.,. *.3. A" l -O lh iIp-l will make other short trips to other
4* tG.u to .r T home WWednsay. places of Interest before returning in
% -"stheW- the falL
S. PAN IN | the FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
Ang 4ImTje su e"lyj the hIt for light housekeeping on first floor:
l a 0 y guarsa a d taaly- all conveniences. Also one nicely fur.
,o$mto -ts worth ot ee nished bedroom on second floor, one-
6 o t tir i s steady rualas The Durtord taoni ray for half block from A. C. I4 depot. Apply
^a* h at ease. W. Tucker. t e eabre where they wi pe the 34 Oklawaha avenue.
.' ;Msal *p-ply an. r.er. .Vaun. the bl th
S* i i.F V. Mr. E L Vaughn. the blacksmith.


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AlsoWe toolshave fa complete stock of all kiude of Carpenters' tool of theighe-t"- d.,
Also tools for workmen in most of the other trade Our goo&.aft' all'.. h .
guaranteed, and will be a good investment Come in and lok ovw the staIWLyo -
wii find what you want, and at reasonable prices.


The Marion Hardware Co.


H. B. CLARKSON, General Manager.


ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Jones.
FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE
I have six fine pointer puppies for
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark.
Ocala. Pla. Stdltw
Mrs. Richard McConathy has re-
turned from a pleasant visit to White
Springs.
V. %lome, the clever salesman at
Jake Kline's store, will leave Saturday
for Macon, his old home, then Atlanta
and may visit Congy Island.
The Ocala News Co. are agrnts for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. W.
can fit you. Give us a trial
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons. TSc
each; 87.50 per dosenp.
Rose Violet Talcum is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postoffice Drug.
store.
Another shipment of hard water
soap Just in at the Postofflce Drug-
store.
Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want In crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Master Jacob Goldman has gone to
Savannah to spend the summer with
his grandparents.

Have you seen the new visible Fay-
*ioles typewriter? R. C. Davis & 9.e6
general agents.
When the digestion Is. all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there is
a natural craving and relish for food.
When this Is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Uvpr Tablets. They
strengthen the dlgstive organs, im-
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels.
Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em
quick and is non-poisonous. 25 cents
at the Postofflee Drugstore.
Delay In taking Foley's Kindey
Remedy If you have backache, kidney
or bladder trouble, fastens the disease
upon and makes a cure more difficult.
Commence taking Foley's. Kidney
Remedy today and you will soon be
well. Why risk a serious malady?
Sold by all druggists.
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How Is that. This is not an auto-
mobile. but one of those new S-inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply man.
Take one of those bathing car'- "


along within you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
HOUSE FOR RENT
A new seven-room house for rent,
on Daugherty street. Apply to A. 6.
Gates.
HOUSES FOR RENT 11
Modern cottages, all conveniences.
well located and new. Apply to Jos- J l
ep" Bell, at court house. V'1-
FOR SALE I
One rubber tired buggy and harness,
both good as new. Will sell at a bar-
gain If taken at once. Apply to L B.
McKenlzie, the electrician.
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"Young man, set a pecan grove: when on June 4th to witness the wedding
you are old it will support you." My of a cousin.
experience, however, of 22 years con- 0 Mr. Jim Davis is clerking aI MX.
vinces me that it is not so much the -fUiy Mayo's store until their regular desk,
size of the orchard as the quality of p S r Mr. L. B. Blackman, comes back from
the attention given these trees that t taking a vacation.
wiU determine the liberality of the
support that Is derived. I would 1 w t If you have pains In the back, weak
rather have one hundred trees well LoWet P tkC back, or any other indlatleat of a
cared for than five hundred which are weakened or disordered coadtino ofn
neglected. One of the most intelligent Buy from ft the kidneys or bladder, you should gt
and progressive pecan growers in DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
Florida, in a recent talk on pecans. B LUE W AGONS right away when you experience the
gave It as his opinion that five, acres least sign of kidney or bladder cm-
of budded or grafted pecan trees or OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO plaint, but be aure that you get De*
good varieties and well cared for, at witt's Kidney and Bladder Plus. We
fifteen years of age will support a MEFFERT & TAYLOR know what they will do for you, a"d
family. As trees are ordinarily set. it Phone -I. if you will send your same to r. C.
will take from eighty to one hundred DeWitt & Co, Chicago, you will re-
trees for five acres. When it is con- -ceive a free trial box of these kidney
sidered that there are many trees that and bladder pills. They are sold here
annually yield from twenty-five to CHICHESTER S PILLS by all druggists.
seventy-five dollars worth of nuts, the T-DE PIAsMNDos aA
above proposition will not be consider- emesi i eabor oA WHITVILLE
ed as an extravagant statement. 1 msIs ai ea ruW i n meaV an-
have a budded pecan tree set seven- 5--se d t wlb mlue ama,.. W. T. Whittington and s ns ship-
teen years ago. from which last year rapd thirteen cars of melons from here
sI old eighty-four dollars worth of lI It ,le RABI5 this season.
nuts. The best pecans now bring RurSaIlsfree minrin t verowat strtdIlkon
from forty to fifty cents per pound In V BYWIEN=_.__T.. Micanopy through this communitylasti
the market. As more trees come into -- week, and the people are very amhc


bearing, of course, this price will be pleased with their mal reiar r.
reduced: but the person is not now L ALEXA N DER Elvin Bruton'
living who will see a glut in the pecan Mrs. Norman J. Cartoa ad three
market More and more they are be- Practical boys. from Chicago. are viitin Mr.
coming a staple article of diet; and as and Mrs. R. B. Whittlat of t
long as the price remains as high as ARPETER AND 111 place and Mr. and Mr J. A. Carlt
ten cents per pound. there Is more M nRtHtn ANU BUILUDE Central.
money to be made in growing pecans Careful estimates made on all Wil Whittington left last Thuroy
than there is in making cotton or corn contract work. aves more and bet- for Paw Paw lke, Mch, to take
or potatoes or any other staple farm ter work for the money than any position for the summer with Mask
crop. J. B. Wight. other contractor in own. is Mare
A GOLDEN WEDDING is visiting her friend, M i da
Whittington. for a few"day. "
means that man and wife have lived and f ft
have kept healthy. The best way t SFO L Eaturday to s r e inlesr
keep healthy is to so that your liv.r for several days R. leftfor
aUne It. dnt 2~ r day out of 2r.. The Kinston, N. C., to spend ten or te


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PHI f 1 KP11 COTTAGE AT OKLAWANA SOUTH LAKE WT ^
CUULI INl IWLU Cottage at North Lake. Oklawaha. -
for rent. Apply to H. C. Jones. Mrs. E. A. Rkicer, who 'aSalm
from JackasoTle a masth e s a s.
.... ... .. GRINER FARM sunmed th ete of the ueaw t .
Written for the Florida Fruit and R here. has aga ft-e I- b & k
Truck Grower by a Successful Mr. Weeks, of Judson, Fla., was up and returned to JaekMVIre
visiting his sons. Messrs. H. G. and C. day.
Planter and Authority on ,. Weeks, of Oak. The threatening weather ofat te-
the Subject Mr. and Mrs. John Siler gave an ice day prevented quite a aumeber f
cream dancing party last Thursday this place from atan0ft l W. C.
Pecan trees are being set by the night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dyal. T. U. Fourth at July edelbratim i
tens and even hundreds of thousands Everyone had a most enjoyable time. Belleview. as they had yiggn@' dg
In all the South Atlantic and Gulf Mrs. Hetton has been off on a visit consequently they were daepive e
States. -Will these trees pay?" is a to her parents at Jasper. Fla. the pleasure of Histear to thMe -'-
very Important proposition to the man Miss Jim Brown i visiting her sis- ved eloquence of the editor f the
who has them, and also to the one ter. Mrs. Bell, at Eloise. Star and others, mueh to their iMet
who Is thinking of engaging in pecan Mrs. G. W. Weeks is visiting The auditor of the S. A. I& R ease
culture. The answer to this question frn-nds at Judson. She will be gone in in the rain Friday a ad ehud i eft
mainly hinges upon two points: some three weeks. Mrs. E. A. Ricker as statla Bgent at
(1) The kind and variety of trees Miss Lizzie Johnson is at Moss checked in Mr. Wallace a na Mr.
set Seedlings are now out of the Bluff visiting her sisters. Mesdames Reed. however. resigned TM*aSyl
question. Ten years ago almost all of Fort. to accept a more legative paidt- -=
the trees set were seedlings, but this Misses Gertrude and Ollie Jones the A. C. L. at To -oka. ad left e
has changed to such an extent that were shopping In Ocala this week. Wednesday to take It.
the number now set amounts to less Miss Mattie Leitner, bf Anthony. Mrs. P. i. Peckhal who for the
than fve per cent. per annum. The was calling on friends at this place past few weeks has been a a-eM of the
Inference should not be drawn that Sunday. Pleasant Hills H--se. let -efr her
seedling trees will not pay. for such The Rev. Mr. Young, of Spar, home In Athol. Mas. oa Tmlagay
is not the case. It is only by com- preached at this place last Sunday to sailing from Jackmsovllle a the ^I .4
prison with results achieved with a very attentive congregation. S. S. Apache on Wed~wbay. M i1
Studded and grafted trees that seed- Peckham, who s spet the wi-te"-
dogs appear to disadvantage. In many h. ere,. Is a lady oat ai ier- .
states there are seedlngtrees yielding C A TRer IAyergenialb h masAwa tm
............ ....personaity has w o nt l CC an
handsome dividends. The uncertainey. rU51A who have met he.aditisim s
in the case of the seedling is the point w ZM uls i m wC.lir. .hoped tha t shem ~ retmtl n e- hr
which barse. fromu poularfavor. It i m -w inter, and it ti most me" "th 410
may begin to bear wmhen iis only five lie A Pwlld o
years old. or it may wait until it Mr. Arthur Ai. Finsia" his
Is twenty-five; and in some cases it BWears the mother drove over from Cot i
never bear. The nuts produced may S -gnature v
be small and thick shelled, or they wheretrceking, is etteilWl e d Ia
may be large and of excellent quality. rucking, on Tmuesday rete..L.-e home
Trees may prove to be shy bearers, or W..... .RAES on Thusdaytn fUme to vote om the
they may produce abundant crops. In UW KATE burning quto o a conty aet rg
short, no one knows what a seedling via the Sumter county. Mrs. ale win re-
pecan tree is going to do until it does s JA ,ttinU AIR &AKE main for a longer visit with Mrs. .
It. In the case of budded or grafted -- S. Upham.
trees these uncertainties are reduced $ I'.63, Asheville, N. C., and return, We noted last week that the water
to a minimum. If I set a Frotscher or account Dramatic Order Knights in Lake ,Weir and other lakes sad
a Stuart or Schley, I can be reason- of Khorassan, biennial meeting. ponds In this vicinity was lower them
ably certain that I will gather some Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10. and for many years. Had we waited a
nuts within five or six years. Furth- 11. Final limit July 26. 1909. few days more we would M t have
ermore. I know that they will be nuts $1825-Knoxville, Tqnn.. and return. made that comment as the almost a *
which there is a ready demand at S. S.. June 20, 21. 22, 26, 27, July 3, Precedented rains of the last week
good prices. 1". 11. 21. Limit 15 days. Exten- changed the aspect of things very m-
There is a great difference in the son Sept. 30. Stopovers. terially. Between midnight of Thors-
natural vigor of pecan trees grown $12.40-Athens, Ga., and return. U. of day and the early morang of atar-
under identical conditions. Some trees G.. June 26, 27. 28, July 3, 5, 10, 17. urday we had nearly it act quit 28
are dwarfish, while others are vigor- Limit 15, days. Stopovers. hours of interrupted downpour.
ous. The former should be avoided, $18.70--Monteagle and Sewanee, Tenn,
for a runt in thd nuresry will never and return. M. W. & M. F.. July 1. A HORRIBLE HOLD-UP
be a giant in the orchard. Years ago "10. 17. 23, 24, 30, August 1J, 14. Limit "About ten years ago my brothe,
I bought trees from a nurseryman. Sept. 5. was 'held-up" in his work, health and
and though these trees have been well $17.65-Asheville, N. C., and return, happiness by what was belleee to he
cared for, the growth they have made K. of K.. July 8, 9, 10, 11, Limit July hopeless consumption," writes W. &I
has been a disappointment. One 26. Liscomb. of Washington. N. C. "He
should be sure that he is getting only $17.95-Black Mountain, N. C., and re- took all kinds of remedies and treat-
vigorous trees if he expects to succeed turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19. 26. ment from several doctors, but found
In the highest degree. The question 21. August 2., 9, 16, 21, 25. Limit no help till he used Dr. Kinag New
of variety should also be carefully Sept. r. Discovery and was wholly cured by
considered. I recall two varieties that $83.90-Los Angeles, San Diego, San six bottles. He is a well ma today."
have been highly exploited for the see- Francisco, Cal.. H. P. 0. E. and G. It's quick to relieve and the surest
tions In which they originated. One A. R. July 1 to 10, included. Limit cure for weak or sore lungs hemorr-
of these Is absolutely worthless in Oct. 31. Stopovers. hages, coughs and colds, bronchitis la
South Georgia. while the other is of $104.65-San Francisco, Cal., and re- grippe, asthma, and all bronchlpi at-
very questionable value, turn .(One way via Portland). July fections. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free,
(2) The second important consider- 1 to Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct Guaranteed by all druggists.
action is the treatment given trees. A 31. Stopovers.
pecan tree costs more than a peach $95.40--Seattle, Portland, Tacoma, SUMMERFIELD
trees or a plum, simply because it Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, New
takes more time and more skill to Westminster and Bellingham and re- The beautiful sunshiny days of this
produce it But is the case of the pe- turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to week are very pleasant after last
can one is planting a tree that should. Sept. 0, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21. week's gloomy weather.
under normal conditions, be a strong Stopovers. Mrs. J. E. Branch and daughter sad
and vigorous tree when it is fifty or Above Rates Open to the Public Miss Beck went to Panaaofkee last
one hundred or two hundred years of HENRY RAYSOR, C. P. T. A. Saturday to visit friends and relatives
age. Most other fruit trees begin to OCALA, FLA. and returned Monday
bear early, and they are comparatively C. M. DICKERSON. T. P. A.. Mr. Lee Blackman and sister Miss
short lived. or this reason we can- TAMPA. FLORIDA. Carrie, have gone to mouth Carollta
not well affo to make a mistake in - to spend a few weeks visitingre
setting poor or worthless trees, tives.
Another mistake that is made for rea- Ms te McWhte gave a & M-t
sons of economy or otherwise, is put- Pe1quitab* 1 e M. l te MeWo lthe atver a6-
best land obtainable is none too good 30th, for her little son, Claytom s M th.
for them. This land should be ut- M. vs s.. MW te I
vated and put In the highest possiblei1110 Al V au1^1? St n. le S t I i-I
state of lertilty. This is best accom- Uii AlOuUInUnC oUUnelj tanrdann teit L
polished by the use of peas or velvet fe cream and ae was saved O a
beans. Sandy land where there Is no t.. .a. ble under the large oak trees in the
clay subsoil Is poorly adapted to the VO The Unit States yard. Tho.e that were I.ot wer:
growth of pecans. The best lands for Monica Branch % Mary. Neta ad
pecans are either those with a clay "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD" ...Bryan McWh.te, Blanhe avwrece
subsoil, or the alluvial lands in creek and Alma Moody, Clara and lma|
or river bottoms. --- Ricketson, Isabel and J. W. Davis aId
Trees should be carefully cultivated MISS FLORIDA CONDON, May Marie. They anll had a Joly time
after they are set The ground should Resident Agent and are wishing for another party la
not be allowed to grow up in weeds near uture.
or grass, but should be set to some Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mitchell speat
track or garden crop which Is care- Saturday night with Mr. and gr J.
fully cultivated. As in the case of w. Davis.
other fruit trees, small grain should Mr. Nugent of Candler. visited Mr.
be avoided. I and Mrs. A. D. Mitchenll Sunday.
I thoroughly believe in the sound- I Miss Beck, of Berlin, who hae been
ness of the principle set forth some the guest of Mrs. J. Branch, re-
twenty years ago by an old pecan turned home Tuesday.
grower: Mrs. L B. Branch went to Bushnell


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