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OCALA EVENING 8TAR FRIDAY JUNE 18 1909 f
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SECOND PAYS SESSION
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> Yesterday afternoons session of the
dental association was taken up in the
consideration of the following ques
tions There are over a hundred
I names on the roll but only about half
that number responded
New members were called for but
the committee reported later showing
that 19 new members had Joined all
of whom had taken the recent exami
nation In this class there were 29
contesting for certificates to practice
d and all passed but three
Then came the report on the presi
dents address and the things he rec
ommended and especially that part
which referred to advertising or pub
I licity The tenor of the report was
disapproval of that part of the presi
dents address which spoke of public
ity or advertising The main argu
ment for this disapproval seemed to
come from the fact that it was not In
d accordance with their ethics It was
largely discussed Those who took
part In the discussion were Dr J E
Chace Ocala Dr Mason T mpa and
i Dr Kemp Key West the last cf
I Whom favored giving the public all the
new Ideas thoughts and accomplish
ments of the profession and especially
did he favor publicity so far as giv
ing Information to children on how to
take care of their teeth but depre
cated the word and thought advertis
i ing as against professional ethics
c Dr York of Live Oak was for pub
licity It was the only way to con
I trovert the effect of those advertising
alveolar dentistry
t Dr Bock said he was tired trying to
answer that question and something
i should be done to counteract Its effect
Dr Young of St Augustine Joking
ly said Ask Mr Foster and then
iff gave a sensible talk on publicity
f Dr Chace said the question was
how to accomplish this and yet re
t main within their ethics He thought
r a press committee could do good
work under the direction of the asso
t ciation
Dr Foster of Atlanta Ga said an
f educational committee of the dental
r association of his state has done a
good work in placing the work of the
r dentists of the state properly before
the public He said all reputable den
I tal colleges taught from formulas and
discarded Quacks and nostrums
Dr Jewett told a very amusing story
to illustrate his subject entitled the
darkeys bear story The darkey was
f picking strawberries when a bear ap
peared The negro fled in dismay and
t when he was about to be caught he
t came to a stream frozen over and ov
er this he slid The bear attempting
to follow broke through the ice and
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was drowned Now said the ques
tioner who knew the darkey to be a
born fabricator How was It possible
4 to pick strawberries and have ice the
Ham month Oh said the colored
individual the period of time he cov
A ered extended from May to December
So with the nostrum vender All sea
sons were theirs
President Nance replied and in his
answer well sustained the recommen
dations of his address but the asso
ciation voted to accept the committee
report
I Then came the treasurers report
showing J5262 had been collected and
29606 expended His report was re
ferred to the finance committee 1
The committee on ethics was ab
sent and a now one was appointed by
the chair consisting of Drs Welsh
York and Blalock
The secretary Dr Dozier Leitner of
Bartow read the report of the doings
of the last meeting at Tampa It was
accepted and approved A doctor
present said it was the best report ev
y er submitted to that body
Dr York of Live Oak said the mat
ter of publicity was such an import
ant question that he desired to again
bring the matter before the associa
tion and moveil a committee of five
bo appointed to take this question in
hand He would accept any amend
ment or suggestion to make it a press
committee
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Dr Chace of Ocala thought it
scarcely came within the scope of the
report of the committee on the presi
dents address
a Dr Butler thought It would be a
go d idea to get the leaflets 6n the
subject Issued by the National Dental
Association which could be had for I
half a cent a copy They J would do
splendid service and here the ques
tion was dropped
At the request of Dr Barnett Dr
Estees Palatka Dr A T Stevens and
Dr A J Hannah who because of their
advanced years had retired from prac
tice be put on the honorary roll and
it was done
Nine names were dropped for non
payment of dues Association then
adjourned for the night session
What Dr Kemp of Key West said
In his closing address In his reply to
the address of welcome
When we have concluded our la
bors and closed our sessions and tak
en our departure I trust that our as
sociation will have been so pleasant
the Impression upon your minds so
satisfactory that your appreciation of
dentistry will be Fuller than ever
and that you Blalock within your
e hearts kindly feeling and remembrance
of those ofus whom you may meet
and that you will keep on a Chace
for another annual meeting of the
Florida State Dental Society
Last nights meeting of the dentists
was devoted almost entirely to oral
surgery but before going into this I
subject the association asked Congress
to appoint 30 dentists in the navy
Dr C G Barnett of Arcadia read
r the first paper on oral surgery which
was not only Interesting and instruct
ive but won the commendation of the
association for its admirable features
He said dentists were not assertive
enough of this part of their profession
that it was their business to know
more of the mouth than any of those
who professed surgery or the general
+ practitioner He said that a third of
the cases of cancer originated in the
mouth and face and if taken notice of
In time could be greatly overcome
This able paper was interestingly
discussed by Dr Anderson Dr Dris
coll and Dr Barnett who closed with
an admonition for dentists to get busy
In oral surgery and do their duty as
practitioners and not permit the pre
vailing opinion to continue that den
tists didnt know much or anything
about it and let patients go to the
a general practitioner who knew less
A number of committees were can
c ed on to report none of whom had
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anything to give to the society
The last but not least of the events
of the evening were the charges prof
fered against Dr Geo F Waldo of
Gainesville on unprofessional ethics
In a word advertising The committee
In this case were Drs Young Colsom
and D rsey On motion of Dr Mason
t the charges being sustained Dr Waldo
be discharged which was promptly
seconded
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Pr Walde asked to be heard and
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strongly Intimated there was a con
spiracy against him In Gainesville and
made some statements to show there
was considerable feeling against him
by several dentists of that city that
was decidedly unethical The pro
ceedings and remarks of those that
pressed the question of expulsion
showed feeling and bias against the
accused The ruling of the chair also
showed he permitted Dr Waldos ac
cusers to say things as personal which
das denied Dr Waldo
Dr Blalock was In favor of giving
Dr Waldo a square deal and so was
the venerable Dr Hanna of Umatilla
and York of Live Oak but outside of
these there seemed to be a disposition
to have him move on and he moved
Dr Young who was chairman of
the committee In the Dr Waldo case
said that different matters that had
been Introduced In the case before the
committee had In no way Influenced
his decision and it was purely on the
strength of the ad Dr Waldo admitted
he had inserted in the Gainesville Sun
that caused him to decide against him
The vote was almost unanimous for
Dr Waldos expulsion
Then came the expulsion of Dr
Hicks also for unprofessional adver
tising This man was suspended for
a year because he too had advertised
and during the year of his suspension
he continued to advertise and so he
was expelled
This ended the evening session This
morning the association indulged In
clinics
The dentists were busily this morn
ing In the Ocala House courtyard
demonstrating laboratory clinics The
following took part In the work
Dr J E CITace of Ocala demon
strated Investment holder Instrument
sharpener modification of Herbst
matrix
Dr FE Buck Jacksonville isideo
platinum clasp and bar attachment
with cast clasp also modified Rich
man crowd
Dr N L Nance casting without a
machine and practical posterior crowd
Dr W A Dean Tampa cavity prep
aration for amalgam plaster carving
Dr W G Mason Tampa vulcanlxa
ble gutta percha and aluminum lining
modification of the Jackson crib
Dr F C Latham Tampa cast base
for vulcanite attachment
Dr W G Hall Pensacola combina
tion of cement and amalgam filling in
nonretentive cavities ripening buc
col cusp in vital teeth
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There Is only one way to curedeaf
ness and that is by constitutional
remedies Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucuous
lining of the Eustachian Tube When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or Imperfect hearing and
when It is entirely closed deafness a
the result and unless the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition hear
ing will be destroyed forever nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which Is nothing but In inflamed con
dition of the mucuous surfaces
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness caused by
catarrh that cannot be cured by
Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu
lars free
Tt J CHENEY CO Toledo O
Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls
Family Pills for constipation
The closing of the most of the stores
yesterday gave Ocala a holiday appear
ance Of course the clerks greatly ap
preciated the freedoom
Colds that hang on weak n the con
stitution and develop into consump
tion Foleys Honey and Tar cures
persistent colds that refuse to yield to
Jother treatment Do not experiment
with untried remldles as delay may
result in your cold settling on your
lungs Sold by all druggists
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and taste as sweet Thats why SchlM
Ingers and Lowneys Candles in half
and pound boxes are so popular Pure
confections these flavor dellclou Ovr
confectionery Is free from adultera
tion It is wholesome and healthful
Every kind of confectionery her
Fruits Cold Drinks Cigars and News
papers
BALLARDS
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The Proof is in the
BREAD
If you ate not using
it now its a good
time to begin We
sell it exclusively in
Ocala
MARTIN CARN
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THE BENEFICIAL BOOMERANG i
You give your home bank your busi
ness and receive in return your share
of the communitys benefit besides
immediate and direct personal servIce I
from the bank
An Intelligently managed bank is a
decided benefit to the community
Each individual man and woman is
better off for the banks existence
This Is what the bank does
Keeps money safely
Money is made more productive I
The people receive most of the ben
efits I
Each mans business given to his
home bank adds just that much more i
to the advantage of the community in r
general When the farmer is able to
secure capital to advance his interests
the people are benefited When the
business man is able to get funds to
carry on his business the people again
are benefited I
This bank aids all classes and by so
doing is a benefit to the entire com
munity Whatever business you give
the bank helps your business and the
business of the community The bet
ter the condition of the community
the better it is for you individually
Think this over
THE MUNROE CHAMBLISS BANK
Ocala Florida
A local ball game was played yes
terday afternoon at the baseball park
between the employes of the H B
Masters Co and Messrs Mclver
MacKay Quite a good crowd was
present including a number of ladies
The M Ms won with a score of
13 to 11 Mr Judd bookkeeper for
Mclver MacKay pitched and did
some loijg stunts while Mr Howard
Walters pitched for the H B Ms
IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder you
would never suffer from kidney blad
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months treatment Sold by druggists
or by mail Send for testimonials Dr
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Washington June IS Showers to
night or Saturday
THE BEST PLASTER
A piece of flannel with tapes at
tached for holding It In position
slightly dampened with Chamber
lains Liniment and bound on over the
seat of pain Is superior to any plas I
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Claude Haines formerly devil in
the Star office now foreman of the I
Daily News Fitzgerald Ga has tak
en to himself the missing rib In the
person of Miss Pauline Smith The
best wishes of the Star go with the
lives of this newly married couple
GOING TO BUILD
If so you will need paint You may
study catalogues and color cards for
years and you will never find anything
to equal
Davis 100 per cent
Pure Paint
see ANALYSIS AND GUARANTEE
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law Sold by the Marion Hard
ware Company Ocala Fla
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PIANO AND ORGAN TUNER
A P Lane with A R Harper Piano
Co expert piano tuner and regulator
and pipe organ builder is in Ocala for
a week or more Leave orders at A
R Harper Cos piano store
HOME FOR SALE CHEAP
Any one wishing a good home in
Ocala with very large lot on easy
terms and at a great bargain apply
at once to F W Ditto
The young son of Mr Joe Taylor
living on the old McIntosh place out
the Blitchton road came to town on
his horse this morning In turning
the corner at Masters store the horse
slipped fell on the leg of the youth
and quite seriously bruised it The
sole of the young mans shoe made
quite a dent in his leg just above the
ankle where it struck him Dr S H
BUtch who was handy doctored the
young man
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
Offers its services and superior work
manship in the art of painting vehi
cles of all kinds and classes It has
introduced its specialty of painting au
tomobiles A sample of our work can
be seen on the decoration of Mr D W
Davis auto Give us a call
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
HOUSE FOR RENT
A new sevenroom house for rent
on Daugherty street Apply to A G
Gates
Mr L H Wells one of the success
ful and prosperous young truckers
from the Evinston section was a call
er in town today and told a Star re
porter that the truckers of Evinston
had a regular golden jubilee season
That all who were in it landed to the
good He said Evinston with only a
radius of several miles to draw from
shipped nearly 100 cars of cabbage and
got 150 a crate f o b for all that
was shipped They had a man who
inspected all cabbage brought to the
packing house and anything that was
not right up to the standard was put
aside Result the Evinston growers
received fully 15 cents a crate in ex
cess of the price paid for cabbage ship
ped from neighboring stations The
staple crop of beans lettuce cabbage
and melons is the long suit for the Ev
in ton truck growers
FOR SALEAt Fort McCoy forty
acres of the best strawberry and let
tuce land in Marion county situated a
mile and a half from the Rentz rail
road This land contains 25 acres of
good cypress timber suitable for cross
ties electric light poles telegraph
poles and shingle timber A safe In
vestme to buy and hold Will in
crease 25 per cent in value annually
Excuse for selling need money W
H McConn Ocaa Fla
5 or G doses 666 will cure any
case of Chills and Fever Price 25c
THE DENTISTS IN OCALA I
The names and addresses of the
doctors of dental surgery who are inj
attendance at the Ocala meeting are
as follows I
R D Fuller Ocala S A Hussey
Newbtrry A J Hannah Umatilla F
B Hannah Umatilla F B Hannah
Jr Leesburg W H Hall Pensacola
W Jackson Lakeland C F Kemp
Key West Dozier Leitner Bartou
D R Lide Tarpon Springs F C
Latham Tampa D W Morris Gaines
yule R H Mae y West Palm Beach
W G Mason Tampa C L Xanee
Tampa S M Owens Umatilla A B
Phillip St Augustine W H Snead
Jacksonville G B Tyson Gainesville
J H Aldermen Gainesville S W Ali
len Tampa R L Anderson Plant
City T M Allen Tampa L F BIa1
lock Ocala D G Barnett Arcadia j
F E Buck Gainesville J E Chace
Ocala Jas A Charles Jacksonville
B F Cowart Tampa C C Collins
Atlanta L Colson St Petersburg L
T Daniel Cocoa J W Dorsey Pai
latka W A Dtan Tampa A S
York Live Oak Geo U Young St
Augustine
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MRS LEE ENTERTAINS
Mrs H L Lee entertained Mrs C
F Kemp of Key West yesterday aft j
ernoon at her pleasant home on Fort
King avenue with a thimble party
The affair was quite informal as with
thimble and fancy work the occasion
resolved itself into an old fashioned i
social in the interchange of ideas that I
the day suggested I
Miss Mary Carlisle graciously re
ceived the guests who in turn met
Mrs Ed Carmichael who served grape
punch Mrs E H Mote invited the
ladies into the parlor where Mrs Lee
and her guest Mrs Kemp received
One of the interesting features of the
afternoon were the readings of lrs1
Frank Wetheroee who is quite an ar
tist along that line The guests of the I
occasion were Mesdames C F Kemp
E H Mote Ed Carmichael L W Du
val Will Knight L F Rlalock F G i
B Weihe G R McKean V M Goin
C L Bittinger D M Smith Miss I
Josie Williams and Miss Mary Car
lisle and Mrs R S Hall
The ladies were becomingly gowned
I the rooms tastefully and attractively
decorated the punch good the cakes I
line and altogether it proved a very
enjoyable afternoon to all present astl I
Mrs Lee proved an accomplished hos
tess and her guest Mrs Kemp a lovely
lady
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A BIRTHDAY SOCIAL
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The home of Mr rid Mrs Leslie
Booher on South Orange avenue was
the scene of a lelighKul occasion on
last evening The honorees were Mrs
Joe Rifenburg Ms Boohers sister
inlaw Miss Helen Park and Mr
Frank L Booher
The broad verandas were lighted
with Japanese lanterns and decorated I
with numerous beautiful flowers and I
I the parlors were also tastily decorated
for the occasion The young people
enjoyed various games unttf a late
hour when they vru invhvd into the
dining room where refreshments wore
served
Those presont wore Mr and Mrs
Joe Rlfcnbiirg Mr aixl Mrs James
Paramore Mrs Fort Mrs Paramoro
Mr and Mrs H L Booher Mr and
I Mrs R L Park Misses Lucile antI
Helen Park little Misses Ruth and
Gladys Park Masters Elmer and Rob
bie Park Mr C W Butters Mr Les
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tel Iarsh Misses Frank and Ellsonl
BooKer
The honorees and their invited
guests were certainly most royally en
tertained and the former were the
happy recipients of many beautiful and
I useful presents
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Phone 211
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i SHOOTING ON SIGHT
A ThreeCornered Pistol Battle with
Fatal Results Near Lakeland
Lakeland Fla June ISA duel took
platt yesttrday at Carters a small
station near here between A J Jonas
superintendent of the Carter Manufac
j turing Companys mills and Clyde
I Carter Sawyer Carter is in a dying
condition one shot passing through his
head and another through his body
Jonas is seriously wounded but may
recover a ball having struck him in
I the collarbone passing through the
neck
I The superintendent it is alleged has
been attempting to break up gambl
I ing about the mill and Carter it is
said resented his interference The
m n met in the commissary and both
began firing A companion of Carters
Fred Jones is in jail charged with fir
1 ing the shot that struck Jonas Carter
is a membr of a prominent Georgia
1 family his father having been a can
i didiite for governor of that state
RAGS WANTED
Clean cotton rags wanted for clean
I ing machinery and wiping presses We
pay five cents per pourd Apply at the
Star office
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I Also good pasturage for a few cattle
I I Palmetto Park Farm phone 2A or
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THE MERRY WIDOW FOR SALE
On account of the fact that I am
building a speed launch for use on the
I springs I will sell the launch terry
i Widow cheap for cash Apply to me
or to R D Mathews at the laundry
I 54tf Frank Mathews City
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ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
iron in your home on a few days trial
j upon request at my office or by card
lor phone They are the the greatest
little thing in the home especially in
hot weather Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the iron Is hot Xo smoke
or dirt and Jtat only where it is
wanted H W TUCKER
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Western Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef
Mutton Armours Star Ham Armour Pork
Sausage Cabbage Rutabagas Turnips Beets
Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes Spanish Onions
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