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s-m taste a sweeL Thats why Scle-
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a pound b-es are so popular. Pure
a me"th: Saver 4 oA Our
sMfectliomry Is free 4 adaim-
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Ir, weddiftgas, recptios, duinnem
SaM 11 eal factions should ab-
datoly eoaform to the demands of
gaitte ta 4tyle of paper and eo-
'wiian. By eatingg your orders
with m tlh and all other mapor-
la jganlB wml mbe fathr flly and
e marrit e ut. We do the
^ wtI at vwry I prict.
Those "tentlemanly High Springs
airdrelr& of -good family." BexTey
and Osteen, are out on bail, as told
br the.Gansvilla n, as fellows:
/'W. A. Bexley and Truby Osteen.
who have been comfned in the county
Jail for the past several meatmhs, eharg-
ed with the murder of W. H. More-
land, were released em bond late Fri-
day evenRng. They were tried at the
last term of court and convicted of
manslughter, being sentenced to
serve a tetm of nine years each in the
state prison, but through their attor.
ney have appealed the ease to the su-
preme court of the state, and their
bonds having been fixed at $3000 each,
were readily givn by friends of the
young men, and they are again free
pending the decision of the higher
New York. June 2--The body of a
OengK woman found packed In a small
trunk In a rot which formed part
of a Chinse reort, is believed to be
that of Miss Elsie 8 tel, daughter of
General Frank Sigel, a civil war vet-
The remains were In a little steamer
trunk. and were badly decomposed.
The boms In which the trunk was
foued is a Chinese "olaint in the Ten.
deroin district. An matmo of the
house reported to the police that there
was a trunk In eqa of the rooms from
which bad odors emanated, and when
the trunk was opened the decomposed
remains were shown. There was Jew-
elry ea the body and this has been
Identifed by Mrs. Sigel as her daugh-
The inmater of the house are all
Chinese. They are stolidly silent about
where the trunk came from. They
sy that only the proprietor of the
place would know, and that he left a
few days ago for Vancouver. B. C.
Until a dapper stockily built Chi-
nese. well educated, and wbem last
seen drese i a black suialt of Amer-
ien cut, Is under arrest and put thru
the "third degree." It is likely the
murder will' remain unsolvhred.
LMArg LUng, alias Leoug Lee LUm.
alias William I Leon, alias William
L. Lion, converted Mongolian, res-
taurant proprietor, admirer of white
women and lover of Elsie Sigel Is the
man. When or how he left New York
while the girl's body lay cramped and
decomposing In a battered trunk In
the stuffy little room he formerly oc-
cupied, remains to be learned. With
him is supposed to be his erstwhile
room mate. Chun Sin.
Leon or Lion and Chung Sin were
well-to-do. Investigation shows that
they conducted four restaurants. Elsie
Singers entry into the mysterious ways
of the Chinese came through her now
grief crazed mother, who was long
identified with Sunday schools and
mission work In. Chinatown.
When Leoe.' whom she met at the
ort George restaurant, became atten-
tive, he was received in the Sigel
home and continued his associations
with the girl until his love became vio-
lent. Then her father forbade him the
Bouse. It was thet that lsie, al-
though afraid of her admirer, desert-
ed her home never to he 'seen alive
agala by any of her household. Where
she went directly after leaving home.
whether she joined the Chinaman or
was lured to the room and murdered.
must be cleared up.
The followlag note,- undated, was
found In Leon's effects:
"You seem to be growing cold to me.
Just think of the msmaifice I have made
for you. my family, my friends. For
God's sake don't feesake me. Elsie."
A WAingl totSIly IWomen
Pranns igel, an uac of the girl.
and one of the ftr sons who survive
Franz Sigel, has come to the aid of
the stricken family of his brother. For
some time. It is said, be has been es-
tranged from them because of Mrs.
Sigers activity among the Chinese. He
said 'he 'warned her many times
against associating with Chinese in
the hope of converting them to Chris-
"Speaking as the uncle of Elsie
81igel," he said, "I would warn all wo-
men against association with China-
men. either In church or otherwise. I
do not believe that obe In a thousand
oof the so-called conversions of China-
men Is genuine.
"My niece was innocent. She honest.
ly believed It was her mission to
"Too late she realized that the feelt-
ing of the Mongolian toward white
woman is an animal feeling. I be-
lieve this Chinaman Leon killed Elsie
In a spirit of animal revenge."
ALONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT
unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or cold, W. J. Atklas worked as night
watchmapr at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Such exposure gave himra severe cold
that settled on his lungs. At last he
,had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After using
one bottle." he writes, "I went back to
work as well as ever." Severe colds,
stubborn coughs. Inflamed throats amln
sore lungs, hemorrhages, eroup and
"hooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
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A SCORE KILLED
OR WOUNDED IN INDIANA
Frightful Result of a Trolley Car
Collision Near Chesterte
Chicago, June 20.-According to the
latest information by telephone from
Chesterton, Ind., nine men were killed
and at least a dosen men and women
injured In a head-on collision last
night between two heavy cars on the
South Shore Electric railway at Sam-
uels Crossing, Ind., a few miles from
Chesterton. A west bound car was
coming at high speed down a long hill
at the foot of which It met an east
bound car. also going at a terrific
speed, the cars were buried In each
other and smashed and splintered
while their occupants were crushed in
the wreckage. The motorman of the
westbound car was killed while the
motorman of the eastbound car put on
the brakes and Jumped. The passen-
gers were farmers and residents of
Porter and Michigan City.
Sometimes you may be told that
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DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
That isn't so. Nothing made Is as
good a DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder
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or bladder, which always results in a
weak back, backache, rheumatic pains, I
rheumatism and urinary disorders. A
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MEN AND HORSES BURNED ALIVE
Duluth, Minn., June 20.-FIre here
yesterday afternoon caused the death
of five men and sixty-eight horses in
the Board of Trade livery barns. Five
vaapeWM rmarAqhk &
*Lad of te Sky W i
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WillI'mwport, Pa.,' June 20.-Albert
Munro and his bride of a week were
found dead in their room yesterday
afternoon. On a dresser was a partly
Filled box of chocolates. There was
nothing to indicate violence, and it to
believed they were victims of polomed
candy. They were In their night clothes
and the gas was burning brightly.
The woman's body was on the floor
and the man's was leaning forward
across the bed.
Munro was a clerk in the office of
Chief Vernes. of the Pennsylvania
Railroad polee, and was 22 years old.
When seen last night he waa in the
best of spirits and a suicide theory is
given but Uttle credence. An Investi-
gation is being made by the coroner
and the police.
The couple were married June 10
and had Just returned from their wed-
' RICH MEN'S SIFTS ARE POOR
beside this: "I want to go on record
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DEATH OF A DESPERADO
Negro Murderer Run Down and Shot
to Death Near Highland
Starks. June 20.-The negro mur-
derer. "Polly" Swaggard. was shot
and killed near Highland yesterday
morning by Deputies Jones and Johns.
The negro had been at Black's still
Thursday evening and the sheriff, was
notified and deputies went in pursult
and hunted in the large swamps to
the northwest of Highland, the hunt
continuing until yesterday morning.
when the negro was first seen by an
unarmed woods rider of Mr. Black's.
The negro drew a gun on him and ask-
him what he was out there for. Be-
Ing satisfied that -lhe woods rider was
not hunting for him, thIe negro asked
the way to Raiford, which was point-
Mallie Jones and Jefft Johns, after
an all night's search as well as the
day and night before, stopped at the
hotse of "Bunk" WIlkinson. who told
them tiat he* had a dog that would
trail negroes. .The three started up
the road toward the swamp and met
the negro Just after he had left the
woods rider. The dog ran ahead and
was shot and killed by the negro, who
then opened fire on. the officers., The
fire was returned and the negro
The negro shot and mortally wound-
ed E. Cribb, a valued citizen of Starke.
Tuesday night and at the same time
severely wounded William Hollings-
worth, custodian of the county JaiL
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do not expect you to accept te g
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PRACC AGAIN WIONS
A speeAs meetlam- of the co-unci
was hel thlq mormaing to 0m sMr the
mayor's mpmndo of Marshal C. A.
Dinkt. All th aldmenn were pres-
ent except Duval, Mclver and Gates.
who were out oft town.
It seem there was a arrest for
dr Ona iday the man
sobered up, paid his te and was dis-
charmed. Instead of the man oaing
hem. he at l hbimbed too freely sad
In- h*- seetala wanerlna got into
the kitchb essf a ,rV ent ctis"a ad
lad down. t peef i The
lady of theo Oe. tele~homed the 0o-
Ite. n Sber OGalloway put the of-
ioWr lote the ltock-..
The ai m aula sobered up and was
ready .I pay his fl o ad go 'home.
The msrshal w bho had been Informed
by Mayor Robertgii that he would
bold art at soon, conaslted Mr. J.
AM Moefrt, presMldet of the ooeuncl,
ablat what to do with the man. Mr.
MAer't told the marshal to turn the
maa oattu ad ee that he left town.
Whet eourt was ecaed, Mayor Rob-
ertaon nt a.adm sany prisoner and
hearing the report, suspended the
marhal. The council sat this morning
to colder tho ashats ca me, re-
tored him toduty ad all las now
ease and 40leL
The lady wheee kiteben was Invad-
ed telepboeed that the man created
no distarbate ,ad she bad no charge
to Ji I a-alwat him. He has ac-
qured the liquor habit and when In
sight of it ea't resist, but away from
It Is a pesaeftl, hard working and In-
JuNIR LAu E M TiN
NJUNOR LEAGUE MEETING
The attedaece was small at the
Jumalor'eamge yesterday, but the ex-
ereless were good and much enjoyed.
The samject was an all Important one
ea "Braaeee." obba 15:1-9. Margaret
Uttle led ad. owimg to the abeence
of the orgalst, presided at the organ.
Alvt Landers -ve a chalk talk on
"fruit bear ,." accompanied by a
Bible eadg re l Gal. 5:2-2 Next
glSaay. will beusiemmary day when
a speulal prog"na will' be rendered.
Ayv Nina. wil lend aad everyone is
eordiltly aInvitlt to attend.
day ael beg yesterday mrning was a
memba who paructlpated were. Ava
Lea iMwarh Mabel Altke. Marie
Robewt a MIn Ants .Ptarsman all of
whie alluding th somo by Mrs. R. H.
MotW was really enjoyed. Harry
maw. a famer Il anad graduate of
theu O i .igh k ehool, was g-td
with aa adle m e last night and
p=e=sed them a oaet acceptable mer-
SO .i. naee be left here e h as at-
teald MN e, Ualversity, Maeon, Ga.,
aad i w aftiemed at Bbro-in m.gw
Ale., lf g maomary work oft a most
-IMs k "Tomorrow the
mew ~a& r of the chreh, Rev. Gabby.
of CadL Kr.. with his family. will
Will not suffer if you have to wear
They are improving to most
pole's looks when fitted by one
Your eyesight is too precious to
neglect. You owe them all the at-
tention sad care that they may need.
They Get Careful Atteution Here
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Offce hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4
should be figured by the JOB. and
NOT by the gallon.
FPguring upon this basis, there is
not a paint on the American market
as economical as
Davis 100 per cent
Snlce It will do from 25% to 33 1-3%
more work than the OTHER KINDS.
IF YOU DOUBT THIS-TRY IT
One trial will convince the most skep-
Davis 190 per cent Pure Paint will
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The Proais in the
UNITED STATES AND CANADA
. "AAE LARGE ENOUGH
For their Weedren of the World, who
Will Withdraw from the National
Detroit. Mich., June 20.-Boyereign
Camp Woodmen of the World yestr.-
day voted to withdraw from the Na.
tional Fraternal Congress,' and. it Is
said, will protlmbly adopt the mortuary
rate table of the American Fraterni-
ties Associatiop when it is completed.
The Sovereign Camp also decided not
to extend the order lnt6 CUba and
Mexico. The body concluded its bien-
nial session last nightt.
STUNG FO, 15 YEARS
by Indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $200 worth *of medicine In
vain. B. F. Ayscue, of Ingleslde. N. C.,
at last used Dr. King's New Life Pll.-.
and writes that they wholly cured him,
They cure constipation, billousncss.
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Gary THE JULY AMERICAN MAGAZINE
"Uft Men from the Gutter? Or. Re-
move the Gutter? Which" is the inter-
rogative title of Ray Stannard Baker's
article in the July American Magazine.
Mr. Baker draws some Interesting
comparisons between the work of the
famous McAuley Mission and that
done by Christ Church-both in New
"The Confession of a Rebellious
Wife" Is a remarkable human docu-
ment which will interest every married
man and woman in this country.
Other exceptional features in this
magazine are: An article by Julian
Street entitled "Car Coming." a de-
scription of .how an automobile is
made ready for the Vanderbit Cup
Race: "Votes for Women." by Prof.
W. L Thomas, who believes that uni-
versal woman's suffrage in this coun-
try is but a few years distant: "Taft-
So Far," by "K," author of 'The Pow.
ers of a Strenuous President:" and
"Buying a Man's 'Arm," written by th<,
corporation lawyer who made the pur-
Fletion of an unusual quality Is
contributed by Olive Higgins Prouty,
Lincoln Calcord, and Elizabeth Good-
new, while everyone everyone should be sure to
read R. F. Foster's delightful story.
"Good Guessing at Bridge." which Is
one of the best yarns that has been
published in some time.
There also is "Margarita's Soul."
which waxes more absorbing with
every installment. "Letters from G.
G." with their delightful charm, and
the "Pilgrim Scrip" with its usual
amount of interesting material.
is often thought to be responsible for
an infant's loss in weight or general
poor health. The cause usually is that
the child has wormr. Thav aret thi
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ARKSON, General Manager. OCALA
IORETTO, (Near Mandarin) F&M)A. L
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St. Joseph's Academy, loretO,, FW0riA,
NEW PRESIDENT OF COLUMBIA
Dr. Tribble of Virginia will Stumoed
Dr. Nunally as Head of the
Lake City College
Lake City, June 30.-At a recent
meeting of the board of trustees of
Columbia College. Dr. G. A. Nuanaaly,
president, offered his resignation, to
take effect July 1, which was accept-
ed with regret. The trustees, after
canvassing a number of eminent edu-
eators, offered the position to Rev. H.
W. Tribble, D. D.. of Charlottsvile.
Va., who has accepted by wire to Hoan.
W. A. CarnoMt of Kialimmee newsident
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Mr. 8. C. Mayo of Reddick Is at the
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
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I5 or doses "Sr' will cure any case
of Cill an PFever. Price 25e.
l V Mr. T. W. Troxier has Just received
iR a barrel of fine limes.
Miss Beulah Wiggins, south of town,
E is dangerously illt
Mr. Sam Meltzler of Baltimore is at
the Ocala House,
lOV L Mr. T. 8. McKinney of Knoxville. is
a guest of the Ocala House.
S Mr. Alex Inglis of Rockwell Is at the
be1 per- ocala ,House,
W Mr. R.. O'Kelley of Orange. N. J.,
is at the, Ocala House.
D 1 Mr. K, W. Perrin of Lake City Is a
S 4U guest of the oeala House.
Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Hopkins are
L. igt Ar at the Hotel Wolcott, New York City.
Miss Belle Hodge left Saturday Wt
d Miami to spend the summer.
Our. baseball boys are home from
lh*r w ,ek'*s outing.
aft 10 4 t. fl. G. Mciavid has gope s
-pap dler Ifr a (ew wpeks or rest and
Who in -need of stationery go to a
K stationer. The Ocala Nows Co. Is the
only stationery store In Ocala.
old Eatnes, Mr. George Stein and daughter. Miss
and pa the I Mf, will leave for Baltimore Ju, 1l
d let meU kUw to be absent a mont.. '
4 "i A P.ittrpaey kas a an pto,
Q PAI4 ALIte alim of teo1t artIcles and Invites
an17 Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff and lit-
t tilghter left this afternooA qJ
a a MAk~3#
A0. KIND*. QF'
pro* IloqVoosrele, m% sol(pg., eto.po~mp fl
Ssqht apd $"d. F"s* and lt V.W~ -UB*ITb Mset 6dm-
-*Pk"t Ploew of IlSKW K lndIthemCemetry. Re~n4Wmnsed night
U-Te *Dta FIrst Ciham RwestPrent In Co enata, first vlaaa
0 eals and Rose.enable Beard to Weekly Cust*mrs
Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought
.. and Sold.
P. 0. OBoiINo. 658
to a iumuwu so"~e
-- - ----'W-vww
7 2 UARTSOF gruAlcT F i
i2 co UIsm-
-"do'-Go.dCahgerew f W"kwryrt
1.-I 9 AN OE
A '- _" Thits straight North Caualins Iaer
- W Whisky not to be a blend-pot a
,r -- compound; not an Imitatton but just
pure corn whisky of thU streugtW.
-0rde today tanm the largest distillery In Florida
-SELANEY & CO.
t. -* *
Write For Pdee List No, 2
4L C vr& o&, of Jacksopville,
wilt sell any make of second-hand
ty-eweal upon easy terms If desired.
Mesrs. ID. Z. Cpbb an, J. 0. Per-
ains or Citra are guests 'f t h Mon-
tesu. :. -
_Iave you een V" ,Rew visible try-
Shles tympwrtter? R. C. Dav44 & Co.
W la' f r"m
Mr. D. B. Mayo came flown
.acksonville Sunday to yisit his
t(ves and friends in Ocala.
We hava the nicept lipe of
brualo the csity. Tydngs pt et
Clef In the city. Tydtnga &k Co.
aMrs. H. C. Groves and son. Henry.
ae Spending the summer at the Mont
Dagle, Tenn., chautauqua.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours Get one of ;hose '-inch Wes-
tinghfouse fans frp 'i. W. Tupkvr.
Mrs. W. L. olbert has returned
fpoW a vis.t to heir sister, Mrs. Math-
ewe In Levy county,
If you shave yourself, call
Court Pharmacy and ask to
new safety razor.
The Ocala News Co. are agents for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
can fit you. Give us a trial.
tM~ N, m B~qlt*. who has been sick
t. som0e days. left today for White
springs fPr a few days of recupera-
Look over our line of. toilet prep-
apRtions. We are quIte proud of the
- e stpok. Ilerfumer. powders and
soape of the finer grades. Tydings &
My. and Mrs. W. P. Marlowe and
baby left Sunday morning for Sneads.
Pla.. where they will enjoy a few
days visit wIth relatives.
Many of our citizens are dril'ing to-
wapfs rights disease by nr.- l-tsnq
smiltopns of kidney and liladder
tpouIle which Foley's Kidney il--m m ly
will quickly cure. Sold by all dr';g-
Mr. W. I. Robinson went to Jackson-
Ville this morning to meet Mr. R. S.
Hall. who is returning from New York
Touy ppresriptions, when left at the
Cout Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh dru es. Phone us
well call for and deliver your pre-
Messrs. Jessie Blltchi and J. W.
Coulter represented the Blitchton see.-
tieo. In town today. They said their
section enjoyed two good rains, one
Baturcay and one Sunday.
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
Its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are used. which are Pelect-
Mwssrs. 8, W, Petteway and little
son of Dunnellon,. and Mr. G. A. Pette-
way of Leroy, were guests of the
Ocala House yesterday.
Mr. J. W. Sylvester and daughter,
Miss Leafy Sylvester returned Satur-
day afternoon from a week's visit to
Mr. Sylvester's mother and sister in
Mrs. J. A. Walters will go to Cole-
Sman tomorrow to spend a few days
with her brother. Mr. Wicker. She
will be accompanied by Master Newt
Wicker, who has been making his
ouhme with her for the past six months.
who will go from there to his bome
in Montezuma, Ga,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pillans and baby
who have been visiting Mrs. Ptllan's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith.
at Martel, returned home today..
A. K. Kelsey, a Marlon county boy
of Stanton, passed through Ocals to,
day to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs
R. A. Kelsey, Stanton, Mr. Keleey
left Tampa four years ago for Call.
" fornisa. settled down in Riverside and
says It Is the finest city of its size in
the United States. He is getting along
splendidly and has fallen in love with
the Pacific Coast of the Golde GQate
Will Jeffeat went down to Eastlake
this afternoon to spend a day with the
Martin boys, who are having a glor-
ious time tenting.
Willie AndeaWon, one of the Star's
faithful i'arrier boys. went down to
Woodmmr this afternoon with his
young friend. J. B. Chasal, for a week
of bathing and fishing.
Belle Meade Sweets
S. r, hnu am I o.hml
teSBSC las *11wi UkTm~s=
Mr. and Mrs. Oamsby are occupy%
ing their new and bemUful bungalow
In the second ward opposite Mr. L. K.
Chasars mew stom bme.
Robert Maxwell, Lawrence Bracken.
Newmaa Cterry and en m oname. of
Jacksonville, left this afternoon for
Eastlake to be present at a boueapaert
given by Mrs. Chas. IL ege. The
young folks are jfaustld to atlhepat-
Ing a most pleanat tite.
LOST'-A bunch of eight smal keys
on ring with my name on metal taI
attached. Plader will be suitably re-
warded by returning keys to me. .
L. Camey. tax colecter.
Is OM you wbaw yoe. hby D P1
amily s meicn s-fr all gt
asts eMtriag IntG tbea m a Pltei am
th hottle-wrapps an tOrl r*s
are tte t aed nilr o at w bein l eo
and correct, You kanMJwj wb eft ae
paying far and that the ge at an
seUed fou Nateg N me's boratory, baleg
wiected from h e meot valuable native
mltial reOst found o" VW in am
aud et pM usdoieiim
am. cureof l131 dy opegi
Sol" of the stomachDiiadboes
sodies "wing all a* sha
isa woeft s Luanl jimmie ci
=m am a ,,& mata rk N O & T ~
PmpwqF !m we Awq i~ Sm
DR. POWERS COMING HOME
A telegram was irislved y a .
E. Harris this morning fr m IMga .
rig, who is with Dr..d a Mi
Powers at Trea. .- w-.-sp B
would leave today for home With .
Powers. It is Inferred that +Dr. Pow-
ers' condition is srleis.
A FAMILY IN NEED
The Smith family, the member of
which have been -so fll in the fourth
ward next door to the home oe ex-
Marshal Cleveland, are still la need,
and anyone who wishes to help them
can do so either through the King's
Daughters, to whom has been de-
livered all the cash collected, or by
leaving groceries, medicines and cloth-
ing at the house or at the Carmlehael
& Son Company's store. Mr. James
Engessor, who worked so hard lst
week in collecting money for the fam-
ily, turned over to the King's Daugh-
ters about $38 in eash. He has col-
lected a little today and some groc-
e ries and other Items of necessities
have been given. A nurse is needed
and many other expenses must be met
or the family will suffer. The father
Is still seriously ill, the wife and five
small children must be fed and eared
for and the household goods, though
14 days en route from Daytona. have
not yet arrived. If any one wishes to
help the family they will be doinW a
EXCURSION FROM PALATKA
The Atlantic Coast Ltne ran an ex-
cursion to Ocala from Palatka today.
arriving at 11 o'cockk this mIg.
There were 25 white people and the
balance colored. Three hundred and
twelve tickets were sold. The train
will leave at 6 o'clock returnaln
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion eQ the ear.
There is only 91u way to curedef-
ness, and that Is by constutioal
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition on ths aous
lining of the Eustahan e. When
this tub, Ingaied ou hve I rI-
bling gound pr imperfect + nd
when it is entirely 4a Gsefftesi 's
the result, a*u unWea ihe inlamma-
tion cap he takes out and this tube
restored to Its n rmal condition, Ieast-
Ing w!!I be destroyed forever; nine
oase out of ten are caused by catarrh.
which is nothing but In Inflamed con-
dition of the mucuous surfaces,
We will give One Huntire4 Dollars
for any case of d.,aness (caue by
catarrh' tb.t na'of alie .VOe, y
Ha '* Citatrh Cute. Snd ter elreu-
V, CHENET & CO., Toledo, 0.
Bold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
Mr. R. A. Detterle~r, wj as been
ll or the pal twi ole three weeks, left
this gtftwioen for his former home in
Venice, below the Manatee river, to
rest up for a week or two,
Mr. Frank iMwtAt who wlUt have
chIarst ot the taloring department at
the Guarantee Clothing & sh9e Co.,
arrived last night and will commeW.
getting his department 0ia' "qe 44
The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Acoqta4,
reliability, promptness an4 ae drugs
have ma e this department of our
business one of the largest In the
country. send us your prescriptjns.
Tydlngs & Co.
N avoid serious results take Poley'.
Kidnry Remedy at the Prist skigs of
kidney or blader disorder such as
backache, urinary irregularities, ex-
haustion. and you will soon be well.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy today. Sold by all druggists.
Mr. John D. Odom of Gater is In the
city. having returned from a business
trp (t his company's still i14 Lke
'EuTIpFUL CUT FLOWERS
Mr. John Helats, the florist, hans
gret many beauti fl Bowers in blhom
and tois able to supply all local calls on
him for flowers. Mr. Heiats z %fe-
cently made many InmaVemens en
his green hoeu td ~a we aet ama a
plae t haj. s pg6 t t. e .it .
IF Y9Q LLEW
the merits f the 7 ou
would nevw earM fr Iladnrt tWy
der of eum, c t I sA. 1 b .t.* tW
W, W ktI oiw y Steet m .
All kinds of harness repaha, met-
ly and skillfully done at easimabls
prMce., also Saw laO. Ask fyr M,
Stmmrpa at Tompu*ne and Cob-I_ U
'THE AIR HUE
A YOUNG HHO o8 THe W t
LUDICROUS qD5P$*ar DA
Apgg Up a"Ga,
OBEYING IiS MQ tW
German S&lOmU Saw.ge
Fresh Star Hamw and
Star Breakfaut keom
in Bach Week
-' &tw ises
< .Ile. Is e to
Sthme ansmeem r
wbalM a e ea to -a ft
dpthe stpteta.a ft-the
W010- wm ,3i tag e
The beloomI w salat bw 4g
NOlsee Astoc 1or is -d a"NO m-- "
ameue are2 t6 he bene las me A
elatews t the ai ths
watre beut ewl ie e the -I
Iatttbg esoat"d the -ae --
wth be pointed b ostheo W
othe thesier 5d5 es .a a-
There wloml be ped m e eet
tadinrest p tdmail by s d m ,-
One part of the boem itno t
spiral hut. hesa, fM aft
dispatching Mshipet b tao
and sial meeti O Moth
The board wNe abeotai tbe 'nate
oe oe, stock h oors aO ldr *kb e I
no MaAus.ntmalng vWM be iPi- 1
there but, wiI be de In o grg
bMidlsns located In asarent e tomat
The new badingwho Is he oNet af
the business d iaet now Ch-,
ably spend seeal weei at t
when completed w. be
those who wish to Visit ase oIat
the wIteraesting pointsrow the t
With agents ait othe he lla O-.
day nHaiht, but e eatM&rtclf .
eng. a theO wa l by,e tme mup
saue lothr ev& nee C%., is detou
and see ttem N+ 0j
MTh Je Teasel and Is Ast
qand arrange for repu I NM e
Ten fol mgig to mmA W e o
Mr Lufam aA appa a th It.
test. War. the er master er ODe
Jit Heell, wheo has been = tlil
k list and is but n wow ree tI
In town today.and .sad ..e-
ably Spend several weeks at White
performance at the A* Dome tater-
day naiht. buttt let th erprising t
prietor Okl a rea of is beveral d
tq al to the usual number this r-.
eainge So there wiU be nee reti et
this he will remain veyt betM so go
and seetcourse.-t P
Msnge Crib--tt the atuery freo a
ten day's asit to M-er. ands JChamb-.
ers In Tase has mThey ad a ast de
wahre laad to issuewelcome rl agas in to-
tist Wites graton a. act ofa to.r-
B. Wary Mfonte mlynd Messrs. a
Olea Baptst chy row, but nwk Mpato
of the First Baptist ehuerh, Owens-
hove, Ky. He will spend lis vacation
Mrs. eugene od.ber, her daughma
The prosecution ft
the San Pranieseo
magnate for bribery,
CPO o lok f 4,01iw;
O&M noW 1-"4,,
A hewanlpd"' do~
shae.A. Imm 0*
- ~ N
has onlre aad
has resulted In a
Dr. Kelly, superintendent of schools
for Alachua county, came up from
Citronelle this noon, where he bad
been visiting his daughter.
Miss Jean Teague, who came up
Saturday 6rnm Tampa, remained over
Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. 3. T. Pov-
ter and left for Lady Lake U"s at*-
Mr. Joe 1udens of Berlin., who
spent several days with his sister.
Mrs. Wil Henderson, across the river,
returned home today. IH attended the
picnic at Electrm Haturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Decker move to
Citra today, where they have bought
a home. Mr. Decker wfll continue In
the Junk 'business and will he It Ocala
a great deal.
R. C. Davis & 0a., of Jacksovllte,
handle sllk typewriter ribboas. 76c.
each: IST." per mdew.
When the stomach falls to perform
Its functions, the bowels become de-
ranged, the tiver and kidneys cen-
gested,. causing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be re-
stored to a healthy condition and
Chahmbertlati's Stomach and Liver
Tablets can be depended upon to do It.
Easy to take an4 most effective.
Dr. Spooner of Stanton. with his
wife and little daughter left yesterday
for Boston to be parent at the eele-
bration of the 400th anftversary of
his alma mater and also a meettaing of
the graduating class of 15 years ago.
It will prove a very interesting event
and we wish for this genial doctor a
Miss Della Smith of Mclntosh, a
bright, vivacious and charming young
Marion county school ma'am, returned
yesterday from a pleasant visit to
friends at Lake Weir.
THE COMA MW~ii t
menshipIn the s = "bogwW
ewe of Saukuisi nU
tomNObilsA Osa df iOW I w-a-. k-
be seenaonthe m 4.R '
D&V AN&Oft toWAt"&.~
PAN MOSIUN. ~ ,~
Iss n thtIs powlvoi
burn sonfyt MSSee
frip yin ter how
ba hWSslow*ilg IftV"*
havebiwwwhil-. dmmst bi -.,
Poos Jul1 me. aain mob
Itsb"ML My isom a
Itbwebt I. 30.ahmmMIft
G-oalm 0 0 E I Y
v-vv v Pgr-v-vlwi:,,Wi:::v w v v
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W. S. a
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6 ~ ~ E w au rrIMP? im NiMse dw-osim sdm d
Wis dh swiht TOP.
lmAWW 4or wlamps. A psdsct madichia gkL
DNwh ad. mokitk. Im swish yooe dnbhi
SDSm -I mF)
lIE WSm N U USMiK
-~~~~~~ sr h mb h imlia ad oo suMm amd W ofm.
ft~ d~~l&siiS 4,6,Ssm~ft b~mg rrty.
We sel ft Mdeaft Our euutomrreirem wt the am msa
WISOMW shwm bum MAWSam are.I uildingucncul amptwWmu
Wo odkk a dwe of your bumbsam.
AND VE ETAMIE
Wam Bur, Ve'l, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mutkt, Am Our' Star Ham, Amour's Pork
m mv. uina-, iin .. .
Sw PBtatoesM Potatoes, tpwishOnions
oE P. EDWARDS
o.e 108 OtT Maket
CARRIES A LARGE
M AN D OM PLTE STOCK
--444.: r `0 F
ME FMISHINGS ALL KINDS
-nft' Belme. CwrdusAi Ibe LWed
~u wUst bkFauk d
An mkI a raq ine dI S mllders ad
10 ow ow Nu* adgod w prima, har
in~ guu Your Tim=y
btEt A MACKAY
;.* ng *
What Kodol Will. Do
bilauism m&a R, w a Y" K oM&
^^ -.^ G^^IB^^f^^ ^~f^H^~ m BI~~lR*llli-lfl~ &Hi
St fta at
u am" 1*l
We BaMw vwa ad wol M do
old. i we dd mamt hnow iSo t u
it woi 41 we Oi q aov gum SMt
It the wa or we do.
-Itbh a r ( m t am)ve am i
*-the at (or the IaM) Mno iset
+I MES RVE- ALL THU PEOPLE
of getting rid of these ticks, and It is
not Improbable that the effort which
the Forest Service has made to pre-
vent these fires altogether was to
some extent a mistake. The burn ng
of the brush does kill many of the
ticks. But whether burning the brush
is the only way to get rid of the ticks
Is one of the problems which will have
to be solved. I believe these ticks
can be got rid of by some other
means. I may be necessary to use the
fires for a time -at least. If so, It
should be done regularly and under
proper supervision, so that the whole
range can be cleaned up most effec-
tively. This matter Is now being
studied by the government, and Just
as soon as definite plans can be work.
ed up they will be put into effect.
lhu &rds of thousands of acres of
tie Infested countries In the south-
west have been cleaned up by the
government In the last few years with
the co-operation of the state author-
ities. It is no new experiment or un-
tried process, but a well defined plan
which, by proper changing to meet
the varying conditions of each sec-
tion., should work out successfully.
It Is generally of the utmost Im-
portance to stop forest fires. Many
people point to areas which have been
burned off In past years as still be-
aing well timbered and not showing
any signs of damage. The damage is
dome-the outside injuries are not
visible, but the damage is shown in
the scarred timber of the trees whose
injuries have been covered by the
kindly hanl of nature, but which on
cutting are found to be so badly dam-
Addar ssf A2Wsd e.ePme united
traes Ioumatr, leof .se semth-
w* e CGuw in Wiasn me.
IMlasm M m GftlmeM:-- r a Con-
Useetlh Tankee, I think I am a pret-
ty god Southerner. I know the
bath, sad have learned to love it. I
have dlmbed Its mountains, shed In
Its streams, slept under its tulip trees,
ad emjoyed the hopitality of Its peo-
The laterest of the South in forestry
has lomg been vitaL The great de-
sire atof the people of the South for the
extemtile of the system of National
Porests is manifest in their interest
Ia the Appalachian bill The passage
of this bill has been delayed, but it
canmnt be delayed much longer. The
L..artlace of this matter to South-
era interests is clearly understood by
the people of the South. The future
of the South is more nearly bound up
In the plan of forest preservation,
with Its accompanying protection to
the watersheds, power streams, and
wood working Industries, than Is any-
thing now before the people of ads
part of the country. Not only Is the
protection of the watersheds, which
will some day furnish the power to
run all manufacturing establishments
In the entire South, an Important mat-
ter to the South, but the industries
depending upon the forest products
will also be benefited by the protec-
tim thrown about the remaining tim-
Everywhere I have found that the
Southern people are ready to support
the fundamental principle of the For-
est Service, which Is to put every
piece of land to that use in which it
will best serve the Interests of the
people of the country, whether that be
a forest use, a mining use, an agricul-
tural use, or any other. And right
here. let me repeat something which
has to be said dver and over again:
The National Forests are for all pos-
sible use by the people. They are not
cosed against the people; they are
opened to them. Their resources are
used In such a common sense way
that Instead of being used up they are
national Forests are made first of
all for the lasting benefit of the real
home builder. They make It Impos-
sible for the land to be skinned of its
value until It will no longer furnish a
return to labor. They benefit the man.
with a home and the man who seeks
to build one by insuring protection
and wise use of the timber and grass,
and by conserving the water. In con-
sidering what National Forests are
and how they affect the resources of
the states it which they are located.
the fact should never be lost sight or
that they are for the home builder
frast, and that their resources are pro-
tected and used for his special wel-
fare before everything else.
In Arkasas we have two National
Forests, having an area of over three
million acres, and covered with timber
of. great value. These Forests were
put under administration over a year
ago, and every means Is being used
to administer them so that they will
do the greatest good to the greatest
number. There has been some little
friction recently in regard to the ad-
ministration of these Forests. There
has always been more or less friction
In the early administration of *very
National Forest where regulation take
the place of uncontrolled use. Where
people have been accustomed for
many years to using public property
as their own. there seems to grow up
a certain feeling of resentment when
the representative of the true owner
appears on the scene. In the case of
the National Forests, the true own-
er's Interest requires, not that users
shall be excluded from the land. but
that such rules and regulations con-
cerning their use shall be made as
wlH'insure the fullest use *of the iand
for all time. These regulations are
made and enforced only that the peo-
ple may make the most of the land,
aIn such a way that it may not ulti-
mately lose Its value.
The problems the Arkansas Nation-
al Rorests present are different from
those of any other state. I do not an-
ticipate any great difficulty in deal-
ing with these conditions. The Im-
portant problems are those connected
with the Homestead and Timber and
Stone entry, with grazing, and with
the control of fires and the related
question of protecting the cattle from
tick. Now. many people wil fal to
see the connection between forest
fires and cattle ticks. But it has long
been the habit of the Arkansas peo-
pie to set fire to the dry grass and
brash Ia the forests for the purpose
PhMaO~ktPlatabl, Pate,,t.Tes.Mo4 Do Good.
NeerSikes, Weaken or Gn ;w-. 3m.. 25r.-W. Sw-.evet
cold Inbulk. The goncime tat- es saiped CC 0.
.mmteo b ntoor -stmoney hack.
bstilmg ReinedCO., Cbiesgo or N.Y. S
tfILL CURE YOU
of any case of Kidney o0
Bladder disease that is not
beyond the reach of media.
cine. Take it at once. DC
not risk hLving Bright's Dis-
ease or Diabetes. There h
nothing gained by delay.
10c. and $1.00 Bottlo,
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
- -o- -1 - ,
A BRIDE AND GROOM
UP IN THE AIR
Mr. aO MN% Rogwr N ee 4 ue of
MasmAW1. Begin their Honey-
mse" in a BaIloo0
Pittsfield. Mass.. June 21.-Floatlng
off up through cloudland in the bal-
loon Pittsfield. shortly after midnight
last night Roger Noble Burnham, a
sculptor and Harvard '89 man of
Brooklne. and his bride, who was
Eleanor Howard Warring. an author-
ess, also of Brookline. began an aerial
honeymoon. The incident was unique
in aeronautical history, aid fully
5.W people sent up shouts of good
will and happiness into the dark night.
The couple were married by the Rev.
John Harvey, at the summer home of
Miss Fay in Woods Hole yesterday.
The couple immediately took the train
for Pittsfield where P%%ot William
Vansleet had received, orders to have
a balloon in readiness for a honeymoon
trip. The couple arrived here at
10:18 and soon after went to Aero
Park. The largest crowd which has
yet witnessed a balloon, ascension in
Pittsfield was on hand. The balloon
went up at 12:45 and floated off to the
northward with but little wind blow-.
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