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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: 06 25, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID03202
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 25, aUL


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SJa as ad res

the g A0 a* sd", 'K * "Unde" Joe
Elha g W a etw bea se of rep-
a t sl :. "I against w -
i ae -a ew* the followgM
At he sawd. gt marlar

Smi aml the vote. of
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'TMT',.DLY INCRaEASE



.16M Iue 2-. the AM-
.mpindmemt to the tarW b i
'-I.Ja-r a 2 per cent tax on the
set A aWs ot corporations, becomes
Slaw., t wUill ot have the effectt of
e emea the burden of the consumer.
S/ il6; tIe, adoption of the amend-
-1 e11 Mt r alt o I n a decrease In

S Sy 1 l gle the raelosir of new rev-
*M s eefe heretofore untaxed
eSM meM that a amber of sees.
A e sheivud ago a the ffte list. That
.-- h eise m the democrats are fsbht-
S ll M m hU D irr an Income tax. Tlhe
S* democratic theory Is that If wealth
S ma be mad to pay .s full share of
Mth3e a tMM of the government thru
d e at. aeoam tax, the amount thua rals-
Sd shouMd be deducted from the tamrs
JN eeyiosl shouldered by the consum-

The AUrich-Taft 2 per cent tax
Siouald raise, e2@f.00.6 of new reve-
a s. But that amount 'will not be
S tatole re- M the burden bqing rearrsed
.gbyr the oaiamer. For this reason:
The goverameat Is running so much
iN debt, t must ultimately not only
have some revene from the rich that
St aer collected before, but it .ust
llsMaae the tax on the consumer.
Rh'VMe ly thMn that can prevent In-
,. ewead tastlm of both rich and poor
"* A malf ied eemy In government ex.
. e As hs been uhown in. de-
e isoea diacuslons of the sab-
die1 tred of appropriations i ina
a- pielte direction from economy.
M i ptla the $2M,00,9 of new
vemal that will be raised from a tax
4 met sarlag of corporations win
be aaWod- alear with atf the revenue
fld t has hertofore been raised.
TO sfisememt of the treasury de-
partIem t ea a e 1* showed that the
deit e Or the lAneal yar was $9.29,.-
941 MJ8, wth twelve days to go before
K the yar eloed. The excess df receipts
&a r *M m$tvr s on June 18 was
S. 4$.,NM., and for the arst eighteen
L, of the sneath. g1,M1,140.1.
the Aldriek-Taft plan Is
NmIe-sN is and progres-
aveo repuaMomas, an 4hn.amore that is
S asedr abotmt It. the less favorabl is
.empaaus with ap Income tax. Men
. t have already amassed colossal
Me t-mea, and have great annual jn-
o emot, like Carneie and* Rockefeller,
Sare give a great advantage over the
m.. meisads of "tittle" stockholders In
erparations.

ANOTHER POWERFUL AGENCY

Te Chimns. am is one the
Treek at .bK ii s Mum4FerW
i.Wiabl w m June M-.-Another In-
struitsalltr than the police was put
Ss,, Mtser yesterday for the apprehes-
.e atMl th e Loine. murderer of Elsie
19 inagspL- Itrttuotns to a Its co
s is t I t is country to aid the po-
i 'lite It every way to run down the
'- Chmsa a. Consle at sehboarmd cttles
ware partlalmarty directed to exercise
'*' tem pested viluance and means at
Bthal emB- d to brie the murderer
TM.~ -? i- ea the part of the em-
"g im n f shw that its offeaiscia
,rw eMdied ad the enormity of the of-
!. \-. f-e m-a to show that the Chinese of
tls emetr as a clasm are law-abld-
igg. tea slal of the legatlon said
-slast a t that the action of the em-
hass It alitag attentlem to the mur-
Sdr "d diteetag the consuls to get
S. ew ': and l esti g Chlaee generany
-' espstats with hee police will go
1,
i e smo M s eontrymen or get-
Un eat at the couairy.


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SUMMERFIELD
Una Nichols, a very bright and in-
teresting little girl of Wildwood, has
been visiting little Isabel Davis.
Mrs. John Potter and two children
are spending the week end at Glen-
dale. the beautiful home of Mr. apd
Mrs. J. W. Davis.
iUttle Clara Ricketson has been quite
111 with fever, caused from sticking a
nail in her foot. but is Improving and
is able to be up now.
Mr. E. 3. Ormond. who has been
working for Mr. Nathan Mayo, left
here last Monday for Orange Heights
to the regret of his many feada, and
especially to one young lady. Not
necessary to mention names.
Mr. and Mrs. Gillasleas. who were
married at Levon Monday, came to
Summerfleld to go away on the north-
bound train. There was a large crowd
of the Levon folks who came with
them and they had lots or fun throw-
ing rice on them as they got on the
train.
Miss Beck of Ocala is sending a few
days with Mrs. J. E. Branch.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Branch drove to
Ocala last Saturday, and sent the day
01"r fim


Has Reached Salt Lake on His Way
from Portland to San Francisco
Ogden. Utah. June 23--Edward Pay-
son Weston, who loft Ogden at I a.
m. yesterday morning. arrived at Mid-
lake, a small station on the- trstle in
the Great Salt Lake. 7 :m.il,-s \w this city at 1:45 p. in.. yesterday.

ALONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT
unmindful of dampness, drafts. storms
or cold, W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banr.er Springs, Tenn.
Such exposure gave him a severe c-old
that settled on his lunes. 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 w-.ll as ever." S- ver*- cld.;
stubbon coughs, intianwd throats and
sore lungs, hemorrhages. croup au:d
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious ni.di-
cine. 50c and S1. Trial bottle free
guaranteed by all druggists.
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St. Augustine, Fla., June 25.-Rev.
Father Buckley, assistant rector of
th. ('athedral in this city. was drown-
ed at South Beach yesterday while In
the surf bathing.

IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 21 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis. Mo.

Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmacy.


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Mysterious rawning of Two Yarn
People in the Park Lake at


PttMsbrg, June 25.-A tragedy that
may never be cleared up occurred am
this city last night and was revealed
this morning by the finding of an up-
turned boat in the park take.
Later the bodies of Miss Bessle Day
of Girard, Kanas, and Barton east
of Pittsburg. were recovered. Both
had been drowned and their bodlfee
bore no marks of violence, It is knows
that the young people. who were
cousins, were very fond of each other.
Whether they overturned the boat ac-
cidentally or committed suicide, is
unknown.

LOOKING ONE'S BsT

It's a woman's delight to took her
best, but pimples, skin eruptions, sores
and boils rob life joy. Listen!
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them;
makes the skin soft and velvety. It
glorifies the face. Cures plmples, sore
eyes. cold sores, cracked lips. chapped
hands. Try it. Infallible for pes.
25c at all druggists.

DON CARLOS IS DYING

His Death Win Rmove a Danger to
the Pe"es Of the Spanish
Nation
Madrid. June 24.-Don Carlos, the
pretender to the Spanish throne, is
dangerously ill in Venice. The report
has created the utmost consternation
among the Carlists. The death of Don
Carlos would almost surely result In
the dissipation of the revolutionary
organisation which has more or less
seriously threatened the Spanish
throne for more than three-quarters
of a century.

YOU NEVER CAN TELL
just exactly the cause o: your rheu-
matism, but you know you have It
Do you know that Ballard's Snow Lin-
Iment will cure It--relieves the pain
-reduces the swelling and limbers
the joints and muscles so that you will
be as active and well as you ever were.
Price 26c. 60c and $1. At all druggists.

READ TOO MUCH ROT

Perusal of Trashy #ovels Crazed the
Weat Brain of a Birmigleam,
Alabama, Girl
Birmingham. June 2 .-Dead at her
home by a self-inflicted pistol wound.
Miss Flossie Parkes, aged seventeen.
is said to have become mentally un-
balanced through reading trashy love
stories. She locked herself in her
room and a few moments, later her
parents heard the report of a pistol.
They rushed to her room to find out
what had happened. She was quite
dead ,a bullet wqund in her forehead.

Sometimes you may be told that
there are other things just as good as
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
That isn't so. Nothing made is as
good as DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills for any ailment of the kidneys
or bladder, which always results In a
weak back, backache, rheumatic palms,
rheumatism and urinary disorders. A
trial of DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills is sufficient to convince you huw
good they are. Send your name to E.
C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, for a fre
trial box. They are sold here by alt
druggists.


LOW BAT=S
via theAS


$17.T5, Ashevlle, N. C., and return-
account Dramatie Order Kalghts*
of Khorassan, biennial a eanI
Tiekets on sale July 8, 9, 19, am d
11. Flual limit July 26, 1909.
i20---Nashville, Ten., and return.
V. B. I., June 6, 7, 8. 14. 16. 16, 2.
29. 20. Limit 15 days. Extension
Sept 30. Stopovers.
$125-Tuesaloosa, Als, and return.
U. of A., June 8, 9, 12, 14, 19. 21 28,
July 3. 5. Limit 15 days. Extensibn
Sept. 30. Stopovers.


91&25-Knoxville, Tesm, and return.
S. S., June 20. 21, 22, 26, 27, July 3.
10, 11, 2L Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept. n. Stopovers.
$12AS-Athense, Ga, and return. U. ef
0., June 29, 27, 28, July .k 5, 10, 17.
Limit 15 days. Utopovers.
$1.7w-Monsteagle and S wane Ton.,
and return. M. W. & M. P., July 1.
10. 17, 23, 24, 30, August 14, 14. Limnt
Sept. 5.
$17AD-Ashavile, N. C., and return.
K. of K. July 9, 9I, 11, Limit July
26.
$2S6-lSIack Mountain, N. C, and re.
turn. Y. P. M. June S0, July 1, L
Limit July 25.
.4AD-Ut, Paul, Mim., and return. U.
S. C. E. July 3, 4. LmUnit Jly 31.
$6B0--Demver, Celo. and return. N.
E. A. July 1, 2 3, 4. Limit July S0.
Stopovers.
$17J6-Blak Meumtain, N C., and re-
turn. Cbautauqua. July 12, 19, 26,
31, August 2, 9, 16 21, 2. Limit
Sept. 6.
U,-Lea Angeles, Diegeo, Sao
Franoisoe, Cal. B. P. 0. K. and 0.
A. R. July 1 to 10, Included. Limit
Oct. 31. Stopovers.
S4.B-S-an Francis. CaL., and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
1 to Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct.
31. Stopovers.
U e PeetlmmG, TasemO,


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pn .puss beiag charged la excess of
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ta st the ad, will y back the
A. a.U ** p. .m uer e-s t to the purches ofet the ticket.
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W.1VNW" pm -imoen paid back to travelers ov-
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SW bAa"I hpmage, EW NSS CANNOTt CURED
f -,m -ti S a b7 .IeI aWIceatloMs, as they cannot
SUm m.. .i e se aed porton of the ear.
SM. a, kpit'etgF lflst HIgh Tere In ma ly one way to euredeef-
,-- i *.Sui1,R Milb -1, 1 0And that is by constitutional
36 Py, pltim 6 grapby. anla Deaftess is caused by an
S. OWl, belpdg i0th lortda lagmed eoniltion of the mucous
g g --" W .dUSis,. talang of the E hstacWlan Tube. When
.'g ad a 'pem-ldtu. this tube Is nflamed you have a rum-
W." V ui u u6 J1p1 e 0rs- Nag sofnd or IImperfect heaaoni. and
SAt 6 plane pin3trw. whm It is entirely closed, deafness 's
-- Me. 'the ra., sad unless the lnimma-
3. W. priedpal Onft Highe h alt eaa be taken out sad this tube
Sary. tmy, ph. etd to Io normal condition, hear.
g- gI gNnv, i rMs bMte3. fng will be destroyed forever; nine
ig a 6t Pa pM ert-l Pe tCseau et tofe are aer d by catarrh.
$ *t Of tiI s is methingl bt in Inflamed con-
Sd r tme of tthe nucuous surfaces.
WW miM gpl of t J--LJ We wI give One HuBndred Dollars
S00toorthe OSOW g 6w case owof etmess (caused by
.-hua & a i MM estarrb) that cannot be cured by
so 1 ai I NM t as lHalE WCatarrh Cure. Send for cireu-
SMr. wi '.n... .. ..th ...= lea tr.
r J. CHKBNK & CO, Toledo. 0.
&rte wth ti by iSold oy aggistc. Take Halls
' !bns bi it pab Obw IOtlpu69tlpa.
ON! 1 u3.m in sIms . ...A..
of ibts- a S es -t M AAHR ORMN JEWETT
I. L In hsoughlas ue* that Ma* u.
grw a DWb & .wieMe, JUne 25.-An
I. -llness msetn many months ended
S- lWoIM ien dL eI lth of Mi nSarah
Sa i, sem Jw- mtt, Dlmreardelts l one
few I tmi for--as-t wo-mn writers in
w\s^jsashe wa a sufferer from
be rfhtWEtfit q l- w ate "The King of Fol-
'b erea r i y bu d." The Tory Lver." and nu-
W.h this wa. ^ Ut o t nn -"a a" - ot her book. Dowdoln College
oufbwTed on her the degree of doctor
u'" ili. "~pal Iftettersoin 101 and she was a mem-
.of- the London Lyceul
-a ad bedf r thea say
a md Qul iy. Nw., that
in.e OeaNa Wa mted in the DAVIV ONE HUNDRED
$ t1* ttl>rgea gaewa SA tG ePER CENT PUNE PAINT
= V* wl Nw it in aStIU-bUllm the American Standard of Excel-
f 04 06UNr th* WOr O alMe m 14e 14 lb
l age, bui in the latter casei. The iWH
'ae We -ta'k how fieease it carries analysis and guar-
i. e I a- ...gem n.w
bth b IS, b-e aM -A or ante on every can, telling plainly
Smat & eeaos m iwh t yo are ettag for your money.
MWhe 3It i* emi s I"t Is needless to ny this would not
i i_ th W re i appear UNaBS IT WRB PURE
a" DeWitt S OBat three,
Si pS tamp gthrwrep ea be AMD THE V=Y BEBT PAINT THAT
M a a Ituft -e MONET AND B RAINS CAN PRO-
I elp-eh, uy themn
p ..tU .ak ijt a ap pav 1 per cent Pure Paint will
t_ .s, INN, it tad itl Shiestand the test of the most rigid Pure
l l00* 0 0teh pe erapi ORP" t Law. For ale by the Marion
i su N. Why at Ocala? %
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SL w to aspect the water
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S' the rivet at theI botom thri The ladles of the Epiecopal church
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er arrangements for the disposal of t 4 he accumulated in the gran and mill- 1
this refuse water andwe expect th O e Hour 9 to a. m., to 4 ing business In the northwest After
demand soon to be complied with. p. m.; ":30 to 8:30 p. m' the honeymoon Mr. Bryan and-his
As to the reservoir, there was an -. bride will make their home In Tucson J
answer In yesterday's "Star." Some Arizona.
eight or ten months ago this reservoir I A
was discussed by the council at.a reg- n *-O &VAVM A N& & Everyone would be benefited by
ular meeting and a spicia;l committee taking Foley's Orino Laxative for con-
was appointed to tee that it was kept ftVSljC I" SUM stipation, stomach and liver trouble.
all right and I don't think tnisi coin- as it sweetens the stomach and
mittee has been derelict in its duty. breath, gently stimulates the liver
E. T. HELVENSTON. n. C.. M. Promtl and regulates the bowels and is much
Chmn. San. Com. City Council. Ocala. General Practice Calls Made Promptly superior to pills and ordinary laxa-
Nightor ay tives. Why not try Foley's Orino Lax-
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham- S ... A. .e. i- active today? Sold by all druggista.
berlin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Special Attenton to Obstetrics, Di-
Remedy with you when starting on maeles of Women and Children 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
your trip this summer. It cannot be --
obtained on board the trains or steam- Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building. How is that. This' Is not an auto-
ers. Changes of water and climate Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 333; mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
often cause sudden attacks of diarr- T'esidence, No. 333. Westinghouse electric fans that I
hoes, and it is liest to be prepared. OCALA, FLORIDA have just received. Let me place one
-, or two of them in your home or on
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA .your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
ATLANTIC COAST LINE triall supply man.
$1 2.4-Athens. Ga. June 26. 27, 28. E1'table -
Limit 15 days. Extension to Septem- BIG HOTEL BURNED
ber 30. Stopovers.
SI.25-Knoxville. Tenn., June 20. 21. A Inni nAn OAI^ V Albany, N. T.., June 25.-Word has
22. 21. 27. Limit 15 days. Exten- L AssiriIan ile been received here that the Fort Will-
sion to September 30. Stopovers. iam Henry Hotel, owned by the Dela-
S-Nashville. Tenn June 6 ware Hudson Co- t ke Ge e,

overs. day. The hotel was on the site of Port
$15.25 Tuscaloosa. Ala., June 19, 21. 28, "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD" William Henry, made famous In the
July 3 and 5. Limited 15 days. Ex- --- colonial wars.
tension Sept. 30th. MISS FLORIDA CONDON .
SJO 9-4104.65-Los Angeles and San Resident Agent. When the digestion is all right, the I
Francisco, on sale various dates. _action of the bowels regular, there Is
Limit October 31. Variable routes a natural craving and relish for food.
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95.40-Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$18.0.O-Monteagle and Sewannee.
Tenn.. July 1. 10. 17. 23. 24. 30. Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
5. Stopovers allowed.
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C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor a- Brrldder.

Plans and Specificatons Furnished
ITnnn Renuent


When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organ. im-
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels.


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.Johns day they certainly IL
Airman Helvenston Produces Testi The men who organize banks do not the feat to perfection. It has beemfl
s have sel8sh motives. Besides being a:an annual function to keep the abeve
mnuy that Ocaa is a Reasonably siness proposition whereby a rate celebration in the form of a pleae
Clean City of Interest is earned on the money in- and festival, sad it was the general
vated in the banking businlss-a rate verdict of all preset that the afgirm
Ocala, Fla.. June 25. 1909. consistent with safety-the bank is a yesterday was the besk in many par-
Editor Star: As the article appear- public institution. ticuars of any of Its predecessor. 1r
Ing In Wednesday's 'Star." signed by The banker's aim is to help his ens- ery committee appelnted by the \o~
"L S.," so grossly misrepresents the tomers financially, to give each better had done Its duty flthfully. while the
condition of affairs to the people of facilities with which he may carry on ladles of the vietacty had raised
Ocala. and as it reflects upon the sani- business, to furnish a system that in- themselves into a committee ef the
tary department, of whIkh I am a sures safety for business transactions, whole to furnish those thg so dear
member, and fearing it might give to render assistance to men in giving to the heart-or stomac-of the av-
outsiders a wrong Impr.1+l,.n of our them credit for doing business. !erage man. The Masons met la theb
growing and prosperous little city. I The experience and position of the pretty little Ihal over the chreh,
wish to say just a few words relative banker enables him to Judge a man's formed Into a procession and after a
to it. problems accurately and give him short parade flied Into the church and
Patriotism and pride in onr,.-' home practical advice on finar.clal matters. occupied the front seats. W. M. P. A.
town should have prev-nt.ed any one The banker welcomes new business. Ausley and the Hon. Henry W. Leag
from rushing into public print with he appreciates the business from his sat inside the chancel rail, and Bro
such an article. h.d all its statements patrons and seeks the opportunity to, Ausley very courteously called O Bra.
been true, but being falsi the author help those who come to him for ad- LAnmg to act as master of cereamolea.
or authors are all th,. more- culpable- vice. He can diagnose a financial and if there is a man in Florida mor,
stirred by such feelings (patriotism case and administer relief as well as nt fill the duties of that of.
and pride P one really having com- the doctor in his line. He is in touch flee we have never met him. In In-
plaint to make would re(prt direct to with business conditions, he knows, producing a speaker he uses firat the
the city council or sanitary committee, the causes and remedies for business right number of words, no more so
About seven weeks ago the city ailments. he can tell you how to reg- le neter confusion the speaker by
codhcil. which is composed of taxpay- late your business pulse and bring a lot of useless superfalege, or Iatlm-m
ers and men especially identified with It up to normaL idatin him by leading the audience to-.m
the Interest and welfare of Orala? be- The bankeits remedies and methods expect too much. The first speaker
ing anxious to take every precaution are not experiments,. they have been was the "only" C. Y. Miller, and the
possible against epidemics during the administered to others and proven way he led the audience to understand
summer Months, authorized the sani- successfuL that he was very much surprised at
tary committee to employ a special Bring your business case to this being called on for a speech and the
force of men and carts to go over the bank for relief. deliberately open a book and read a
city and clean it up_ thoroughly. The
commity and clean it up thoroughly.ese instruc- THE MUNROE CHAMBLISS BANK splendid original speech would lead
committee carried out these instruc- one to infer that he was a disciple of
tions, placing the entire city in a good Oal Florida rk Tain. He made a ne pot in
s Ocala, Florida Mark Twain. He made a fine point in
sanitary condition. having kt*it this showingg the uselessness and folly of
force of men hard at work for five .. ._--- - members of secret societies always "L
weeks under the supervision of an in- EL CR uTHING wearing badges or pins tb designate ,
spetor. Just prior to this the saniELECTRIC MOOTHING the order t which they belong. In
tary committb, had every house jand IRONS ON TRIAL speaking of King Solomon as one of a,
lot in Ocala thoroughly inspected and -- the principle founders of Freemaory -i
we have a record of the Inspector's I .will place an electric smoothing he said he was noted for having l we
work-he having reported daily to the Iron in your home on a few days' trial, wives and 2,000 lady friends. but be
committee-showing number and con- upon request at my office, or by card didn't hold him us as a model in that -
dition of all houses, closets, cesspools, or phone. They are the the greatest particular for Masons now to follow.
wells, cisterns, where located, number little thing in the.home, especially in The next speaker was H. C. Packham,
of people in each house, etc., etc.. and hot weather. Connect the cord with "
I make the assertion that no time in one of your light drops and in a few Of Ocala. and after hima ast Grand
the history of Ocala has this work minutes the ion il hot. No smoke Master H. W. Long gave a beautiful
been done more thoroughly and more or dirt and -at only where Masons, and described their symbol- i
systematically, as many will testify. wanted H. W. TUCKER. ism in speculative Masonry. After
All houses, or premises, found in un- the speaking was over the ladies pre-
sanitary condition, the occupants or Foley's Honey and Tar is especially pared the tables for dinner and such,,
owners were called upon to remedy it recommended for chronic throat andl a dinner. Well. we sometimes read of
So, I say. that when "I. S." says that lung troubles and many sufferers from the "table groaning under the weight
the city council is neglectful of the bronchitis, asthma and consumption of the feast. Whether the table in
welfare of the people, he makes a have found comfort and relief, by us- this case done any groaning or not
statement which he cannot substan- ing Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by this scribe wots not of. but one thing
tiate and which I brand as absolutely all druggists, he knows for an accomplished fact is
untrue. "I. S." says if you go in any that himself and many others did
direction at any time you find boxes REX ALL some responsible groaning after the
and barrels filled up, sweltering in the ----- ---- feast was over. on account of thq tre-
sun, which have been standing for mendous pressure on their spwac and
days. Now, yesterday afternoon. I in- I t *m I I g the sight of such splendid display of
vlited "I. S.." who, upon Investigation. rfl e F ULL ER, good things on the table which they
proved to be Mr. I. Schwerin. at C. were powerless to attack. We could
Rneinauer & Co's.. to accompany me DENTAL SURGEON get but a few names of the many pres-
on a walk of, inspection. He reluc- ent. Among those Martel of course
tantly consented. We went more than Oafe Over Muaroe & Cha.DbUb' sent a large delegation, among whom
halt the length of the city in varlots Bak. we noted Dr. R. 0. Veal, W. A. Ray,
directions, up and down streets, alley- nA A ,rl'ORIDA L. A. and J. J. Tucker, J. H. Seckinger,
ways, etc., Mr. Schwerin taking the G. R. Reddlek. Jim Smith, B. A. e
lead. and we found only two or three TERMS. CASH. Freyermuth and John Parker. Carter's
boxes or barrels with sweepings and Pond was represented by the venera-
watermelon rinds, which seemed to ble J. M. T. Carter and J. I. Weath-
have been placed in them the same Al era. W. Ross oRf Rock Springs and
day. Mr. Scehwerin confessed to me L L erney W. Blitch and C. C.-Stephens
that the article he wrote "was very of Berlin, were among those we bad FI
much overdrawn," and apologized for UU 3l I-q on the pleasure of a handshake with.
It. but I feel that justice demands that lOacla was represented by Mr. LI L.
the public be informed of the true sit- own O v --0f =- -(-1 3Bi Aiken. H. C. Packham and wife and *
nation. No doubt the scavenger wagon Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood, the latter
occasionally overlooks a box or barrel Phome 211. making the trip safely in the doctor's
and leaves It standing for days in some M h ....o. a m "what is t"
parts of the city. but as our walk Ofce hoMurs:t to2 w ai to I
proved yesterday, it is the exception. m. STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
not the rule. TERMS CASH. by indigestion's pangs-trytng many
The sanitary committee has publish- -- doctors and$200 worth of mqdcne In
ed notices requesting the people to re- vain B. F. Aysue, of Ingleside, N. C,
port any violation of the sanitary laws, J CH AQ| CE at last used Dr. King's New Life Pll.
any nuisances or any condition which W and writes that they wholly cured him.
would be a menace to the health of the conspation. biousness.
city, and when these reports come in a )sn 1. UR = sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
Scheter hsl f llesy, for Rooms 9. 10 and 11. and bowel troubles. 25 at all drug-
he reported a case some time ago Second Floor, Holder Block, gists.
which wa s acted upon at once. OCALA, FLORIDA BRYA BERGE
As to the ditch to which he refers, RA BRYANBERGE
he makes another reckless statement. TERMS. CASH. .. -
This ditch has been watched constant-. ------- .-- -- -- Mi e Clo.mo..i aie sn 0
ly and carefully by the city council Millonasrv's Daughter
and sanitary committee and hes re s DI D il D Denver. June 25.-Mrs. Ruth Bryan
cently been thoroughly cleaned from ARL D. ULBE U Leavitt, whose home is in this eity.
one end to the other. It is intended to accompanied by other members of the i
carry off the water after excessive HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND family of William J. Bryan, has gone
rains and to'drain the low ground sur- SURCEON to *attend the wedding of William J.
rounding it, -If It has also been used Bryan, Jr., which took place yesterday
as a channel to conduct away the re- Offie-Second Floor The Munroe & at Grand Lake. The bride-elect is
fuse water of the Ocala Steam Loun- Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala, Miss Helen Berger and the wedding L
dry, from which arises the odor men- Florida. occurred at the summer home of her
toned. The council has notified the lephones_-Offce. 222; Residence, father, Alexander Berger. The latter i
nronrietor of the laundry to make oth. se-, is a man of considerable health which


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highest price in cash for same. Write or cll es me ad let l -bl.'
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AR N r J T V ER D E
.M ch K.if a f1 nr.v 5 e nins .
'^ ...__, ityt,,o. lIBric(k Chese
S. Ro effort Cheese
MAMojst in aict Thhursdt ay.evening
,, ) jt, REXALL i FarmeriSailfage
aH is r Wilhur 0iyis 1:1s 1ake1 the pian German Salomi Sausage
xl vic Iy J.,'.n I ,I1d;-r at Trxl.er's
flU^ V/ -: Ti teto Fresh Star Hams and
RW ii Flark'* Cl.ill Toric. guaranteed to
curC chills and ftver. 25 cents. Star Breakfast Bacon
.. e oMr. Hillman of Anthony wa in the n Etcah Week
, li nl ieT macity today shopping. i
Sf Hadniits Delatalnxa- Tooth Powder.,
u t in at thp Court Pharmacy. LAP
't Mr. Gn mbles, superintendent of the
Sttgi-nlh.h hrnines.earnrIin this fore- G R 0 E R Y
IN.noon r. rtin M ahtoies GE'RV
...... my tPlank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
OeN, o 4t ?Iure chlls, and fever.i25 cents. w- -r
j'Mr. Le, Bllard th-b Cornell post- OCALA LOSES TO COROELE
m nmst(tr .0d mfrciant. was in town to-
*' ioday and 'niu nbered the Star. Yesterday afternoon tMbse who brav-
S. ed the hot sun and went to the South
5 or G hh. 4Ws "666" will cure any case Magrolia street baseball diamond saw
of Chills anl FFever, Price 25c. one of the best games of the season.
tos. .r -f Ialfl- tn ----r between the Cordele. Ga.. team and thea
t el can l you to throw '. torg ;ii q(4(iat of an orange from start to finish, and looked like a
4yOt a Ue I Can help yOU rto rro. Rvict.ory for the' home boys until th.
ninth inning. Neither tide scored un-
Sro not fc.rt- that you can find any- til the fifth, when Ocala made a ri,
oins of-al iry .n crock:y and glasand repeat" d the operation in tthe next
.off.. e Ch D'hnzualinry th. (h-irl ti N 'irr s Co. inning. The game was marked by
l many sensational plars and the crou il
md become a tee man, a home owner. I have many homes, city and country. I WANTED-Cl a tyl vrit'r forn was in good humor uatil the first half
*' t!.iHi FIov i '1% M'ual medim braced and large that I can. ll you cheap for cash. or nearly Manldy." care 'ar. bames. Coradlol's big first bas man
Sane (a to thn bat and swatted the ball
a. cey t most lIte"al terms, a rmalfp aymn e4down and just a little aore Mis r:tic .. n, of Anthony. is .wy out over the centerfielder's head
-itin r Yi .r. is., J.R. Knight. for two bases, bringing in two runs
Mee t ll rtha you would pay In rt, with tre addition of 8' Interest. th. ~ r.. s"'y scoring himself, finally. which all
b ut ended the game. Ocala played f'n t
o .o, l and it was only by this unfortun-
t- -Wi -- Wihn'r T nI o a Nt-von 0r) is t,(,!ale two-base hit 4nat the visitors won.
T OF WD TIt*.ti',ner. The li F e I Iy staionry tr in .,)arla. taTr.ting games today and tomorrow.
I I A i: ir : ii - . .n t ire '1 ( and if the crow d present yesterday is
1-I. A.:1 tj-i *', l r.iit h, a tdhi,, nr Indication of that of today and to-
M"d fi ra uUm ee. Ocata, Florida ,**. 'r s in th irr.iw. Ocala will not lack rooters to
S,. cheer her on to victory, for the boys
rar.- going to win one if not two of the
.- -... ..... TN-oif fiwnf h ('oi:it Pharmacy is! inin games
"" s i oP r .e mining games.
Iit-. pr...' i ti d.wi cr ('partnm it. Pure f
(A "y ofa u,- ,1- whic are s .'t A party of young men yesterday af-
S1y a i sf Ixp '* ii ttr e'ljnyin the ball game, went out
Alrc ".A-li, tC.wnh: r ifr and took a spin down the ratn ntal
M-tai.a,, . 4t. i.ity . ith li:o-nr s.ttnr,
*i n IT it v y o i h ar ill i -tr r i d hime by 10 o'clock. Th-Y
11iI -t ( .fr- :h* M1'inti. *um* : irWill Dunn. George BMitch. Tim
I -Hve -.n tht rmw v1-:bllo ^Fy- .!and Nathan Peyser.
*_'}' *t T-; Davis & ;:o0
-- -- T-o fonowming marriage licensed will
L. aCiithvv t I.or'rhave ,-a or, thnan tawpassing hInt
U a #eramd ,kd w ttrandoEthe highest th i o;pleIn and around Fairfield:
S a rl itlr S i, T.mpkin.%. Wm. R. Simypson to M ary Aliee
T S.' .,l.. Yongue and 3Mr. Frank S. DuPuis and
R^ -f ~v 'by am" Red Mks Fannie Brooks.
Wag=Ordesfor W after ofhair r.B.S.Branch. the Siimmerfield
riuit m mannd inelon grow.r..was in
a i g rpOSt also taken by ourff ll. *' tv-s tawn yesterday and a gk(t" of th.
o for. t Tn s-aI'noinn w '- ptaun .t.
tvs e ial$so for sle at ow plant. .r' r.'sfnt t t.W. A. B le-. the Croom turpentine
tr'm .T p ark >. 1 p "iA.;' lane u; t u
.4- itn rii.lin z t .*' .'-; ri. c *-rattor, was In town last night, and
sto;-pad at the Montezuma.


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"'col,-i an truckers Vere in town vcy- -
t, rday afternoon and took in the ball
T-.. r:n.m.-y: Messr.. J. Y. Corlrey.
W. II. Stokes and G. F. Watson. nfl If,
wht m stipcped at the Montozuma.
Mr. P'. B. leckham will !'.ave for
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II. 1. CLA.RKSON, T a0(ral Manager.:. : .Q5
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ST. JOSEPH'S MBUDEMYfh1
Lo rrTT, (Near ManIarin) FLORIDA.
p e Ii. e ,'a:' fr y retr t. sy the ofrs of St. Joseph. Toug
rA .o r.- to 14 -on d. *'ar fuy 'rinrr ped along Physical, Intel- *
l ''etl : l u.r and i l b! '. l a ohy .iti n rt. Mi agrpfm ent Sw mm ins ,
I l. .t a s :, .us, i on itries, DMlain.ng Hail and rao bli '^ce

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SSt.. I,''1 \ A iadnely Lortto, Florid '
.,11 I I .i.S< t -..--'" M- . ... ..",

LAKE DWELLERS COME HOME- i
WHAT EVERe EPAN KNOWS
1 T1ie f.-llowing people came up f "
/T.1artin, Jr.. Herbert Martin, WI IIad *, *
a'urtt Cr'm. who hafe been cSawmping
for vera| week,: Mr. L. IL Chasal .a
rw ho wnt down .ye. tErday with hi.s .
St._ nsA ad mily to get them located in their
'-umin. r cottage at Woodmara Mise
in c Yong and Mr. Chatrlie Read.
-' io, hayv h---n visiting Mrs. Cbs. .
a-: MJr. D. E. Melver, Mr. W. A.
Kallenberger an. hson, Fred, from Ok-
lawIlia rha, re they spent the alight .
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""t every womma Iows thMat
CANDIES
Rthe Best in the Wogid.
Her first cholce,-her last
choice,-and her choice
at all times.
"MY FAVORITES"
MAC M excepttoa O pft*A&.

For Sale by
T. W. TROXLER

WATCH FOR THE FRED WAGONS
Ti "< F; *'.. P.-; r', &. I. C ".:T :. h,
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FOR SALE
At auction in Dade Citi3 at 11.feltock,
Ji!y 5th. a large lot of Tenaiee
diiry afr-,rd.s: full Jers;-v and Jersey gfrades
Tr,,m th,- h at dairies at Nashville,
Tei-n;. Cattle acclimated for for IS
r.n ah.. If you want something good
i:i (cws or heifers with calf attend
:;i.i s.:l.. T'-rm;: 10 per cent cash
anti 10 per cent a month with tUle re-
utined. until paid. Also I will offer at
.-,om* tim,- some horses and mules and
twov farms on 10 per cent pay mr .
.,:ry WV. H. Timmbns. -25-lt
Mr. Oscar Cale. daughter. Mary.ujd
'..n. Oscar. Jr.. drove up from Belle-
S', w this morning. He said the truck-
.rs ars about through with shipping
m,,lons and cantaloupes and are walt-|,
ing for final returns to see how the
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:._WmW Bede, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
SArmoor's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
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out any S gn of yielding until his
Captr, geded to fury at the prolong-
ed obsalmey, threw himself upon PI-
canmdad stabbed him to death.-Book-

A Thaemra.y tery.
A eor1eRpondeat of London Notes
sad Qurm centributes this anecdote
t aewmray:
Th eemray ome desired to muceeed
Cardwel as M. P. for the city of Ox-
ord and when rett,*ndg from hi can-
va aid: "What do you think, Card-
weUll Not one o your constituents
ever head atf me and my writlnga."
He prefaced onastltents" with a
stnsgsh adjective.
Bmange Iff true. They must have
been starvlag ft the mMdt of plenty.

A Ormaht Tip.
Job lau (to new vistc)-So yon are
y gnima, are you? Grandmother
-Yes, Johanl. rm your grandma oe
your "thes ide. Johnie-Wel,
you've n the wrong ide, you'll and
ftI-Pbftidelpta Buledt.

"That was a awful disaster. There
was esy suwvivor. Is't that ter-
'eartfuL What a bore he'll be!"-
veland Leader.


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A REL-MONTE CRISTO

Thi Trmagi Career of Picaud, a
Cobbler of Paris.

HIS RISE TO GREAT WEALTH.

ThreB sI Fl" Jail by So"rs Enemias,
He Was Left a Fortmne by a Fellow
Pra 0-2-oea'se, His S hme of
Veeioa. eught Him Dmtl
That romantlec creation of the brain
ao Alexandra Dumas, "The Count of
Moste Cristo" had a counterpart In
real Ue In France In the last century.
This i the tragce story:
In 1M07, when Napoleon was at the
height of his power. Francois Pleaud
was a sturdy young Journeyman cob-
bMer f Paris, full of health and anl-
mal spirits and happy In the love of
Marguerite VIgoureU, a young girl
ot his own station In life. Onthe eve
at his marriage hidden enemies de-
mnunced him to the Imperial govern-
mest as a spy. He was east nto pris-
om, where he remained, forgotten by
the world, for seven years.
Among his fellow prisoners was a
wealthy Mla6ee priest, who treated
him like a on and bequeathed to him
7,00M0.francs on deposit Into the Bank
of Amsterdam. Furthermore, this ec-
elesIastle told Pleaud the secret of a
hiding place In Italy where were con-
cealed Jewels to the value of 1,200,00
fracs and spect amounting to three
When the empire was overthrown ton
1814 Pleaud was one of a vast num-
ber of political prisoners throughout
FPmaue who wee given their freedom.
He proceeded to gather the priet a
treM-ur and to plan vengeance upon
his ensems. Who they were he did
not know.
Disada man Italian priest, he suc-
ceeded by bribing the least guilty of
the copiruators and disacoverg the
atire atory of his undotng. The lead-
er Into the plot he learned was one Lou-
palm, who had married Marguerite
Vigouraux, prospered and become the
proprietor of one of the hbandomeut
cafb it Paril.
Plkad went to the capital and under
a aultable disgulse obtained work as a
water it Lupala's tabliuhmenLt
Fellow servants there were Gullhem
BolarE and Gervals Chaubard, who,
with Loupain. had denounced Pecaud
tn 1807. The pretended waiter was
not long to bringing his vengeance to
a canummatlo. Chaubard was the
frt victim of his wrath. His body,
pierced by a knife, was found on one
ec the bridges over the Seine. Lou-
pain was digraced, reduced to pen-
ury and finally stabbed to death in the
Tularie garden. olami was poiaon-
ed and died In frightful convulsions.
Bt speedy retribution overtook the
Implacable avenger. One night Picaud
was salmd, bound and borne to an
abandoned quarry. In the darkness a
terrible voice said:
'Plcad, what name are you passing
under aewt Are you still the priest
Badial or the waiter Prosper? Ton
wished -for revenge. You have sold
yotreelt to the powers of belL. Ten
years you have given to the pursault of
three wretches you should have spared,
Me you dragged down to perdition.
The diamond by which you bribed me
waa my destrctlon. 1 kIlled him who
cheated me. I was arrested, condemn-
ed o the galneys and escaped only
after years of torture. My one thought
hm been vengasncee on the priest Bal-
diaL To are Ito my power. Do you
know me? I am Antotine Allut. How
much will yo pay for bread and wa-
ter?"
"I have no money," groanmed Pleaud.
*Tou have mixteem mnion.. These
are my comdUflm. I wfll give you
momethlng to eat twice a day, but for
'each meal you must pay me 2SO00
MHowever, the cupIditMy of the prison-


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nIo Farnm's Wahb
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scals it thoroughly after using, and gtveP
It a sun bath to sweeten It. She knows
that if her churn is sour It will taint the
butter that is made in it. The stomach is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed pro-
ceases which are almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Is it not apparent
then that If this stomach-churn is foul it
makes foul all which is put into It?
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the pure current of blood and the dissem-
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Ever wih the usual accompanying indl-
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The Husband Ordered It, and His Wife
Critiised t.
On the mltplght train ride from
town. where fie and his wife bad been
entertaining one of his best patients
at dinner and the theater, the sabur.
ban doctor spoke bitterly:
"What a dinner! And It cost $15
+he cooking In these big hotels is atro-
cious. They smear sauces over every-
thing. 1 suppose It Is to hide poor ma-
terials."
"It Isn't the fault of the cooking that
our dinner was a failure. It was Its
selection that doomed It."
"What was the matter with the se-
lection r?"
"You should not have done the or-
dering. You have your meals chosen
for you almost every day In the year.
It is the women of people ton our eir-
cumstances who ought to arrange the
menus at restaurants. Look what you
ordered! Bisque of lobster-a soup
with a body of thick white sauce.
Sweetbreads-cooked, as usual with a
cream dressing. Virginia ham with
champagne sauce-a brown sauce as
thick as molasses. Then for dessert
you took a chance on pudding Retae
Vlctoria--candled frnit and lady afn-
gers swimming in soft custard."
"Well, how Is a fellow to know?
Lobster soup, sweetbreads. Virginia
ham and pudding Rehne Victoria-It
sounds fine."
"But a woman knows that It is a
wretched combination of splendid
dishes. It is the woman's dull duty
to choose menus for 365 days to the
year. She learns a good deal about
selection. Yet when a sum of money.
equal to a week's food expenses, Ito
be squandered on one dinner aia
hotel It is the man who selmes the
menu and tries to look capable. He
makes a failure frequently. as you did
tonightL It would have been a pleas-
ure for me to order a fifteen dollar din-
ner-a change from manipulating din-
nor for four on $L. But men fee too
-Important in a restaurant to submit
the menu to their wives for aasa,
ance."-Exchange. .

He.Came Back Hard.
"That boy," said the Biliville fatrm-
er. "beats my time! Jest now when I
quoted Scripter to him he come back
at me bard!"'
"You don't say!".
"Shore! I told him to git a hoe an'
roller the furrow. Thar's gold In the
land,' I said. An' what do you reckon
he made answer?"
"You tell It."
'Father.' he says, I don't keer far
the gold o' this here world. I've laid
up treasure in heaven!' "-Atlanta Cow-
stitution.
Fair Warning.
Year after year an old farmer had
listened In grim silence to the traMInM
thundering by bis land. Finally o
day, his patience at an end4 he drop-
ped his plow and shook his t at the
passing express.
"Ye can puff an' blow all ye like gl
durn ye," he cried. "hout rn go' to
ride ye Saturday r-Everybody's
The Zoom.
Teacher-How many sones are there
Small Boy-Six. Teacher-N; there
are but five. However, yon may name
six If you can. Small Boy-Tulrri.
north temperate, south tempmrate.
north frigid, south frig and ea oe.-
r Chicago News.


The Viin Im-s Ara N e -lin
kUhetbwwM Ae4m,
"Ants-whfte. black and yellowba-e.
a great nuisance in Nigeua.l- Ma
Charles Partrldgo In "Crw Rliver a..
Stives." They march from place to
! place In military formation. Some ear-
\ ry their young, others beer food. and
Ssc.outs and a fighting escort are always
Son duty. Their column n looks I a
l Iong black snake curring along the
ground.
"They leave behind them a wen
formed road about four lach. broad
and half an Inch deep. worn smooh by
the tread of the countless throng.
"They do not bite wben the am It
high. but woe betide the hapless wight
who r-ome in their way another tlais!
While traveling through the bmsh you
o rx-etionally find them In posemlom of
n section of the road. Perhaps you are
in the niist of them before you dil
cover the presence of your small but
tere andverary. The first man bitten
yellq out something meaning. "*War
antsr and we all burry forward. tamp-
ing rigorously. Those of us upon
whom the little warriors bare fastened
tear off our clothes and nip the toes.to
death My little black borse always
wanted to turn back when be came to
a column of ants. My dog Bob. a na-
tire, used to dance like a bear oa hot
bricks when the driver atso got be-
tween his paws and had to be held
down while they were plucked out.
"One night I suddenly awoke with a
feeling that something was amls. All
the household pets. such as snakes,
.lizards, rata, toads, centipede and spl-
ders. seemed to be besatrring them'
selves restlessly. No sooner had my
foot touched the ground than I knew
what It was, for a fierce bite told me
that the driver ants were upon us.
"On lighting a candle I found a col-
umn marching across the floor anf a
whole regiment attacking my bed. I
roused the assistant district comm=-
stoner, and eventually, using wisps of
burning paper. we drove oat the'e#-
emy. Fire or hot ashes are the best
means to use for exellng them."

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