Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID03208
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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"amtow ome Mes a pemiem t
Let tim Wme Veto
U Seattle, July L--"Vote for women"
Is the demand embMasmed on the ban-
wers of an army of womes which In-
vaded the Exposition City yesterday
and went Into camp for a week. The
visitors are delegates to the conven-
tion of the National Woman Suffrage
Association, the mother of all the suf-
ragette clubs. If plans oanouneed
rare carried out, the coming week will
be a lively oe for the mere men in
Seattle, who will be besouaght by argu-
meat and cajolery to Join the ranks of
the devotees of equal political rights.
I. Cam of Otlor Ds-
emse of CsAa,.
In view of the reeent ees of slek-
nes among horses In this city. the
foMlrwla relating to thepower of
health officers will be of interest to
See. 3. That It shall be the &ty of
the state health ofier, upon being no-
tified of the existence, or suspected ex-
istence. of any ease of eeotagins or
Infectious disease In any domestic sal-
mal or live st ek enumerated In Sec-
tion 1 of the Act, or pe~i-tce. de-
oned and declared by said state board
of health under the provIsions of said
Section 1. to cause said animal or llvo
stock to be examined by said veterina-
rian of the state board of health, or
any other ageqt or rppresestative of
said state board of health thereunto
duly authorized ia writing by said
state health officer, sad I after such
examination, the said state health of-
fieer shall declare said animal or live
stock to be Infetled with any such
contagious or Infectious disease, the
aod state health ofiMcer shall have the
power to plW seh animal or iWve
stock, and alt other animals which
have been exposed to said contagion
or Infection, In quarantine during such
length of time and under tsuch circum-
stances as said state health officer may
determine to be proper. That said
state health flier shaU' have the
power to condems any aumalJ or live
stock which be shall so determine to
be infected with any such econ**glus
or infectious disease, and thereupon it
shall be the duty of the owner or per-
son In charge of such animal to kill the
same forthwith, and make such dispo-
sition of the carcas thereof as may be
provided by the rue of said state
board of health beeueader. That if the
owner or person In charge of any such
animal or live stock shall refuse to
kill said animal or live stock when
thereunder required by said state
health officer, it shall be the duty of
the state health officer to order the
sheriff or any deputy sheriff in the
county it which said animal or live
stock may be, to kill said animal or
live stock Immediately and dispose of
the carcass thereof In the manner pre-
scribed by such rules, and In such case
the state board of health shall have
the right to recover by action of as-
sumpsit from the owner or person In
charge of such animal or live stock.
the coat of killing the same and dis-
posing of the carcass thereof as afore-
See. 10. That the state health offi-
cer. veterinarian of the state board of
health, or any authorized representa-
tive or agent of the state board of
health, shall have the right at all times
to enter any premises, farms, yards,
fields, pens, abattoirs, slaughter
houses, cars or vessels where any do-
mestic animals or live stock are at
any time gathered or kept. or where-
ever the carcass of any such may be,
and to determine In such way as may
be deemed necessary whether said
live stock are or were suffering from
or the subject of any such conlaglou.
or Infectious disease.
Se. 1. That arny person or per-
sons who shall violate any provision
of this Act. or any rule or regulatlom
of the state bused of health adopted
hereunder, or who shaBl unlawfully
Interfere with the state health officer.
veterinarian of the state board of
health, or any agent or representa-
tive of said state board of health, or
state health officer, appolated under
this Act, sball be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and, upon conviction
thereof, shall be pmlshed by a fio not
exceeding one thousand dollars or by
Imprlaeoment not exceeding -e year,
or both, ain tha discretion of the esurt.

Offers Its services as@ 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 et our work can
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a calL
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the presideUt of the Indus-
trial and Orpha's Home at Maces.
Ga., who writes: -We have used
Electric Bitters in this Institution for
nine years. It has proved a most ex-
cellent medicine for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. We regard It as one
of the best family medicines on
* earth." It invigorates the vital or-
sans, puriies the blood, aids diges-
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin. pale. weak children
or run-down people It has no equal.
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this chance to save money.

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a few people were slightly hurt. One
woman was killed In an outlying
town. according to a report, but this
report has not been verified.
Many of the people have fled to the
bills and groves outside of the city
and are In a state of pitiable terror.
They are camping out In the open.
and say they will not return to the
doomed city.
means that man and wife have lived
to a good old age and consequently
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your liver
does its duty UM days out of 36. The
only way to do this is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbine In the bose and take
It whenever your liver gets Inactive.
0 cents per bottle. Sold by al drug-
Mayer of New Ye k Has Ieanoved the
Head ef the Pelies Depmret umt
New York, July 2.-Mayor McClel-
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Pruhitie Law of thdt bat a

Montgomery, Jaly 2.-In a decisoa
of the Alama Supreme Court yes- m
terday the "locker system" of storiang L
liquor was upheld, delivering a blow
to prohibition In Alabama.
The court holds that liquor, when
kept In lockers by Individuals. and is
not kept for sale. Is personal property:
that the keeptg of liquor in his poe-
sesson by a person, whether for him-
self or for another, unless he does so
for the illegal sale of it, or fr some.
other improper purpose. can by so pos-
sibility injure or effect the health,
morals or safety of the public: and
therefore any munipal adlnance
prohibiting such keeping in pome1-
ioa Is aot a legitimate exercise of the
police power, but an abridgement of
the prIvilegee and immunities of the
ctisen. without any legal Justicatiokm.
and therefore void.

fmr amce of pini AmugLawyers
asetsotheAssertio n1 oFerserm
Roprei-tstive WeAS
(Jacksonvile Metropolis.)
The statement made by ex-Repre-
sentative G. B. Wells, of HllU.boboah
county, who Is an able lawyer, to the
effect that if prohibition should carry
it could not become effective until 13SI
has created much comment, and the
general opiaton is that Mr. Wells Is
right In his contention.
Should state-wlde prohibition proe
vail at the election next year. then.
accordtang to Mr. Wells. saloons could
be established all over the state and
no license would have to be .ald for
two years. because the legislature
could not provide any penalty before
11sis. as the prohibition law does not *
become operative until two months
after the legslature adjourns In 1911.
Mr. Wellk has had much experience
In legislative matters and is regarded
as a good authority on constitutional
law. Should hais contention be gener-
ally sustained by leading lawyers
throughout Florida It will win thou-
sands of votes to the we* side, as the
people do not want saloons without
license. In Duval county alone there
are over a hundred salooena which pay
annually lieense ftazes aggregating
An Extra Ssie n Prebable
Rome local lawyers content that if
Mr. Wells' position is sustained the
governor could call a speelal session
of the legislature, which could pass
the necessary laws covering the penal-
ty. Former Attorney General W. H.
Ellis. who In regarded as one of the
ablest lawyers In Florida, takes issue
with Mr. Wells. and says that he
thinks the South Florida statesman
Is wrong In his contentions. Other
attorneys. however. believe that Mr.
Wells is familiar with the subject and
knows what he is talking about.
"About ten years ago my brother
was 'beld-up' In his work, health and
happiness b( what was believed to be
hopeless consumption." writes W. R.
Useomb, of Washington, N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat- At our store,
ment from several doctors, but found
no help till he used Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He Is a well man today."
It's quick to relieve and the surest BSr TL
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
hates, coughs and colds, broachitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
fections. Se and 1. Trial bottle tree.
Guaranteed by all druggists. Ge .V PI-
Pep o u.eve Thir Cty YUf LL SAVE Fl
Messina. July 2--An earthquake
shock was experienced here yesterday
and some damage was done. The peo-
pie are greatly excited, fearing a re- m U
currency of the severe shocks which -
caused the great disaster of Dec. .28, 1U
Reports from the Interior towns P
show that the shock was of greater P IA N O
Intensity at points some distance from '*
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ThOe U aIway efidams were
fe o TpOM t otaletg alot g the ieme
S their taM st ot theIr p agpe
Oeala ats toa tawUe md Tampa &he
081 wS chose. a* the starting
peft Thsee ,requests a"d petitions
were as urgent that the management
sethe read c id to try the ex-
pWhaat, nsat that it uWAS done to spite
Oaft sad take trade way from the
rO *k City. ba ths t WM M he a real
eem --omatlo to a large number of

Ma"id are operated to serve the
gmel pubeI, s t a" few towns Nor a
tw, Meeoml mvWa ua l sad to

b o eo rsekr deaaaM s made
uPe thor sei*e at smH be
a uew tosonar m so wmim a small

The" editor 4 Oh oanr doesatt
sbjeet to pMostr tlMag eowag inato
S Ot ( hewis Nb. a dim utohd dervish If
r le veft Jmu NIts up to the
itter oc Usoan to So t bw y sadm
A_-boe slo e 4Cthe S.
A.I&-- I Wt & tmatra ady or
tw a a a rtaa given point
we |M 6 O m66 nln to point o do-
put to: thl h O n ma be made to

Pa t re p
glace B61M auuls Isuso hasst=Ad

osesl thedi w Imtia stow lvis
reeting this meing train service
In to a ft OrW olseva act e the
ibe w MI m la t m- is it era ective.
im tegod am b wol bd be a good

u eh service as. matter of ye t-
ma sd n Imt sentiment with railroad
ide a Om wThe ar ever ready to re-
sp to ee a p rateotoen. If the
eIto oa the ama will Show his
ha d and M a feasible project on
S t mlb t servi the. Star
wi l be with hoimIt oabto It effective.
uill hlwlqO aG sow you have
; a m that are Pra tical ad wi n be
Sof service to Ocal.
Another thoiwkl that is. while It sr
a eaty good form to stand up for your
Oe M town d home ter yet it
* Ie always well to ymambor that you
are a" the only pebble eo the beach
of dos eor materialiesmmd Uwe are
other tow td owner people hav soin

bt before -oe kile there "
aohowa yesterday there are people out
site i OCalal who look un the nnyr t
Jim spetal aned apt les yeat to ap

p Oelate jore*

S We trust 5 Ire ader of tfe Star
i wVl carefully pPn" se Uartile sin to-
S dae, paper Om 4 m Iwr rowf Health
Offer at the I s atnd e et a
their leases in e a y to Cad hos. rit
wi' l be a thai mob *U that the
Sthe authorty W tar -tON premisel
a tea w yot e w a Hte r such doae
eaes mad If you fte or res wt hisor.
Be as- the well i yee terdatoy toke
Sathe. de 0 t evs witoh hesfoe the
letter of his a 4 aad If your horse
le iSfsoed .- -mt o me to death
amd later tbg uomae

the state IkegIWOt, did pas a law
ishahrlag the owners of auhnals no
k Md, but before hbeltn killed they
Is &fArt be.aPrptob4. wbq4 o
state will rein se the owner for

wagem Use igmgg- with good
thIOg, Ms ever lid he partake
r ofe m as that served by the
N wood sat1 tt aecti.n The crowd
ambledd ftWtr 3 persons and the
. E aM. Lktht, t. eddlck. was the
I Orator o -e easuales, and every now
sa them he reretted the editor of the
Star was Wv- presst. Mr. Orims in
P ea Phe spread. said It was the
S eat i .' rI"br was a 1t-pound
e t- the tale with 1S of smaller
S he ate ntil Dr. Henry ad-
S-l to qtlfIt be didn't want
ts o ba o iat a't m- hetr. Mr. 0.
Ist* twte hib old hbeme at Ox-
fed Itf thbi ses to fall and
i, ate e In a e morning he will
as s .Yr 4th of Jly cee-

e O as the law is concerned the
01101ofeMM s the arittrator to
a d ofcattle ad whatever dis-
to to bemN e of them, his
f law ad bhe is not oblimed
seo ,S i ai .mie to cos-
O hi difmeldo, but these geutoe
S 1 Us the board ot health courteous.
r pma ownr of ay stock suf-
-- M hglaulrsW or any other epi-
. deoa. l to M at"bre, to se"m to
S ether eM o er to the lted States
elan to wm anm coarima his ver-

aMd R iMe 'T. T. MT.Neia of the
S Ooa ade has telegraph-
ed to gdea ltmal department at
-W tMere to seD -a official here


We had a pleasant drive with Mr.
John l Udwards yesterday afternoon
over the extensive stock farm owned
by Memas. J. I. and W. J. Edwards.
eevral miles south of town. Edwardst
brothers have 1,00 acres under fence
and divided Into two farms, the one
aearst the city and lying alongside
the Palmetto Park Stock Farm con-
sists of 400 acres and is looked after
by a brother of the Messrs. Edwards
and devoted to the feeding of range
cattle for the block.
Part of this land is very undulating
and from the summit, where is locat-
ed the residence of the manager, can
be had a splendid view of the sur-
rounding country. In passing to the
fields of the southwest end of this
range, we passed through a portion
of the Palmetto Park farm. where we
saw some of the handsomest full-
blood Durham cattle In the state and
crop-of corn that showed excellent
cultivation and promising yield.
Our objective point on the 400-acre
farm was an elevation on the extreme
south field bordering on the hard
road, where Mr. Edwards has Just
completed a driven well 103 feet deep.
which s operated by a windmill and
supplies a cement water tank, or res-
eOrvoir, holding 4.000 gallons of water,
anad this water is conveyed by grav-
ity into a cement drinking trough of.
generomU proportions fifty feet to the
morth of the reservoir so arranged
that the cattle from two large fields
can come and slake their thirst at
their pleasure.
Just beyond this large drinking
trough the foundation Is being laid for
a cement hog wallow, or drinking
trough, fully 20 feet square, to which
the swine can have access every hour
of the day or night.
The Idea of a cement reservoir is a
new and novel one in this section and
is original with Mr John L. Edwards.
who In consultation with Mr. Sheri-
dan, of the Woodmar Sand & Stone
Co., was convinced that the reservoir
would be more durable and less ex-
pensive In the long run than a wood-
en structure.
The device for controlling the water
In the big drinking trough and keep-
ing It from overflowing Is regulated by
a large floating can covering the pipe
that feeds the trough. When cattle
lower the water in the trough it lifts
the can from the pipe and permits the
flow of the water until the can cov-
ers the pipe and cut off the flow. The
device is automatic and works like a
To give an Idea of the crop output
on the farms, there were 40 acres in
eats, which are now being threshed
by J. D. McDuffy with his improved
steam thresher. There are 150 acres
in corn and' a sure enough crop with
ears that in size are the equal to any
grown on the northern uplands. There
Is a 20-acre pindar patch that does
the eyes good to rest upon and then
there are alternate rows of corn and
pindars In a 75-acre field, which will
,ake a fine, yield, to say nothing" of
10 acres in ve:vet beans and three
acre being set out In potato vines.
Last heamso Mr. Edwards fattened
In his pindar fields 850 head of hogs.
wlmch he slaughters and dresses right
Os the farm and..disposes of the pork
at the Ocara Ma.ket. This season will
be no exception to last season, only
he will have more hogs.
In beeves, which are native steers
several years old, he has fully 100 head
on the pastures, which are rich in
nutritious grasses, forming a sod al-
most like timothy and on which the
range cattle are turned and add quick-
ly to their block condition.
Mr. John Edwsds gives his per-
s0nl attention to this work and visits ag dally to see that all the
work Is properly done, and that it is
can easily be seen by passing over
the fields.
The 00-acere stock farm lies along-
silde and to the east of the Bradley
'Pond hard road. beautifully located.
most of the land being fairly level and
sloping gently so as to prevent wash-
lag In the rainy season. While we are
partially familiar with the lands men-
tioned. we had not visited them in a
year and were delighted to see sueh
splendid crops growing on the same.
No wonder that northern people.
when they come to Florida and after
seeing so much sand and ragged pine
lands and come into this gently roll-
ing country with black soil. equal to
the prairies of the west, they express
great surprise and say it is a novel ex-
perience and to Judge from lands gen-
erally seen from car windows, they
could not believe such fine farm lands

existed, had not their own eyes testi-
fled to their existence. Yet Marion
county has thousands and tens of
thousands of acres in fertility and pro.
ductivenems Just like what we have
beeu talking about.
The way the Messrs. Edwards farm
and raise stock for the block is inter-
esting, suggestive and instructive and
gives one a better opinion of Marion
each time such evidences of our pos-
sibilities come before us.
The Messrs. Edwards do not strip
their corn for fodder. The process is
to slow and expensive. They are now
getting ready to prepare their hay
land. They will turn over 50 acres
of oat stubble and in September will
harvest '100 tons of as fine hay as the
an cures.
After you have followed Mr. Ed-
wards over his two farms of 400 and
6O acres each. you can readily under-
stand he is no idler.

Dr. E. M. IllO of Jacksonville, came
In ls night to consult with Dr. W. H.
Powers' physicians. The public is
deeply interested in Dr. Powers and
If good will and wishes could restore
him to health, he would be walking
the streets today.

stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala. Fla.

Judge J. 1. (ain.i of Lcesburg, and
an attorney of state-wide reputation.
was a guest of the Montezuma today.

Don't waste your money buying
plasters when you can get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty-
five cents. A piece of flannel damp-
ened with this liniment is superior to
any plaster for lame back, pains in the
side and chest, and much cheaper.

woods -rider wants a position: can
give best of references, namely: J. D.
Scruggs. of the McGehee Lumber Co.,,
Levon, Fla. 6-30-dwlm

If you have pains In the back, weak
back. or any other indications of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder. you should get
,DeWitt'a Kidney and Bladder Pills
right away when you experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder com-
plaint, but be sure that you get De-
witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
know what they will do for you. and
if you will send your name to E. C.
DeWitt & Co.. Chicago, you will re-
ceive a free trial box of these kidney
and bladder pills. They are sold here
by all druggists.

In the absence of the pastor. Rev. R.
H. Barnett. the Methodist pulpit will


A ln" horse may be all right
hitched with one that is sound for
many ordinary purposes. The two may
draw the load. perhaps without diffi-
eulty. but when it comes to a hill or a
rough road. the going is handicapped
by the lame horse.
The man without the aid of a bank's
service in his business has a lame#
horse. Some men can carry on their
business in a way. perhaps satWlfac-
tory to themselves without a bank's
help. They have never experienced
the real advantages of a bank's ser-
There are times in any business
when the best methods and every
available assistance is necessary. -A
lameness means failure when the road
in rough.
The man with a bank account has
the benefit of the bank's service for
his everyday needs. he can depend
upon the bank when unexpected occa-
sions arise that require outside help.
This bank performs a service that
Is good for every man's daily needs, it
Is adjustable to the demands of var-
lous businesses, and is also a reserve
help for unexpected and arduous
Our service will be a necessity to
your business after you have experi-
enced its many advantages.
Ocala, Florida


How Is that. This Is not an auto-
mobile. but one of those new 8-inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply man.

often receive severe burns putting out
fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts
and bruises It's earth's greatest healer.
Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores,
bolls, ulcers, felons; best pile cure
made. Relief Is instant. 25c at all

The Florida Packing & Ice Company
now has its delivery wagons on the
streets retailing ice. The company is
also shipping from the plant and
selling to the trade in quantities. See
the company's ad. elsewhere In this
Issue. The Ice is made from pure
distilled water and is first-class.

We received a postal card this fore-
noon from Dr. Rena .nowden, at Los
Angeles. Calif.. in which one of the
famous ears of corn grown in that
state is Illustrated. It has 14 rows of
grain, each row numbering 55 grains.
The ear rests upon a flat car and in
the background is a field of corn. the
ears of which are hanging 10 feet
from the ground and Dr. Snowden said
they didn't have any other kind there
and noting the fact In the Star that
Marion county is bragging some on Its
corn crop, asks us to match his sam-

Mrs. Avery, an aged lady, desires to
make rug quilts, darning or mending.
She is a deserving woman woman. 80
years old, but strong and active, ex-
cept she has lost the use of her feet
and legs and must get around in a
wheel chair. She lives on Orange av-
enue two doors south of Sixth street.
Mrs. Avery is Industrious and an ex,
part at th,. work she asks for. and we
trust those who are so inclined will
assist her.


but yourself if you are coaxed or per-
suaded into.using any paint with which
the dealer Is unable to give you analy-
sis and guarantee such as is placed
upon every :package of

Davis' 100 per cent Pure Paint

Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will

That or American Morests abomad 1i
plants which possess the most valuabKl
medicinal virtue is abundantly attested
by scores of the most eminent medical
writers and teachers. Even the untu.
torted Indians had discovered the useful
ness of many native plants before the
advent of the white race This informa-
ton, imparted freely to the whites, led
the latter to continue investigations until
to-day we have a rich assortment of most
Valuable American medicinal rat.

Dr. Plece bete that our Amenricn o m -
ts d In mst valuable medicinal mote
the c a most obstlaate and fatal die-

polm ffith w I tle*t mair.elnf
eC, ext. h r haT hmr -MiLand bnlo

and even valvular sad other affections of
the heart Sield to Its ertive action. The
ramo why it cues the-e and many other
affection is clearly shown In a little book
of extracts tfm the standard medical works
whichlis malledf ree to any address by Dr. 3I
T. PIerce, of Buffalo. N. Y.. to all Sadif
m othei ma. ,- --

ot le marvelous. to the mapeallelde
care it is co tantly making og0 poman
mean peculla afections, weak ses and
ner de0ta is Dr. Pierce's
Fap sis amply attested
Srtes Umonlals coo-
tiboted b etful o .ho bavrebeen
l Pd #.-rrhwa vImjc d
Pew irrelaMaritea% pl dM
nts !ase. weakin kulce_
anof terus and kin jiffecjonqroflea
after many other =d nea eclk aad
- mjrcU had taled.

oth the above mentioned medletnes a
wbholr made up from the elycerie extracts of
aUtive, medicinal roots& Tbe processes em-
ploed to their manufacture were original
Dr. Pereand they arecarried on by
skilled chemlsts and phsrmacists with the
aid of appsrates and appliances specially
desigMed and built for this purpose. Bot
medicines are eatirely tree from alcohol and
all other harmfuL habit-forming drug. A
full list of their IngedlMatI Is InlatMd

The Citrus County Chronicle cer-
tainly looks good to the eyes of a
newspaper man this week. There are
about 200 inches of legal adverti.-e-
ments in the issue.

and taste as sweet. That's why Schles-
Inger's and Lowney's Candies In halt
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure
confections these; flavor delldoua. Our
confectionery is free from adultera-
tion. It is wholesome and healthful
Very kind of confectionery here.
Fruits, Cold Drinks, Cigars and News-




We admitted sixteen patients during
the month. discharge-d eight.4had two
d(-ath.--one from lockjaw and the oth-
'-r from a gunshOt wound. and havy,
eight. four whitefh and four necroes.
undl"r tr atmr nt. We have two spe-
cial nurse(. with us. Miss Myrtle Le -
lie and Miss Emma Washburn. MiR'Z
Lizzie Harwell, our junior nurse. llft
today for Stockton. Ga., on a w'lii
earned vacation.
The following donations made
.during the month: A lot .f hake-r'.s
bread and swe-,t potat,-s from the
Daughters of the Confed,-raey. Flow- I
ers from Miss Hattie Carlton and Mr.
HIntz. Magazines from Mr. R. A.
Carlton. Pin.-apples and m.'.,n from
Miss Inla Liddon. Puttermi!k from th.
Hiawatha Dairy. Okra and tomatoes
from Mr. May. of the poor farm. Th-'e
tomatoes were the finest we have Seen
this year. A large basket of tomatoes
from Mrs. Brinson. Bananas, melons.
from Mr. Peter Durkioe. Sev:n lar I
melons from Joe Dollamy of Whitnry.I
Joe is a colored man wh., does lots of'
odd jobs. gratis. and gives v,.cgtable
and other things to the hospital. He
Is a good contributor.

Mr. Robert W Lyles and Miss Mary
Eminisor presented themselves at the
home of Rev. W. H. Coleman last
night and were made man and wife-.
The wedding was a quiet one and only
the immediate families of the con-
tracting parties were present. The
groom is a son of Juvtipe J. W. Lyles
and a partner of Mr. Ed Frev, rmouth
in the well boring business, and th-.
partners have been quite successful.
The fair bride is the lovely daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Eminisor. of
Sparr. The best wishes of the Star
go with the happy young couple to
their journey through life.

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We have a complete stock of all kinds of Carpenters' Toole of the highest rd. '-
Also tools for workmen in most of the other trade. Our goods are *R11 M WI -
guaranteed, and will be a good investment. Come in and look owr the sto o -
will find what you want, and kt reasonable prices. --7.

'The Marion Hardware Co.
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LORETTO, (Near Mandarin) FfORIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the sisters of St. Joseph. Toung
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical, Intel-
lectual. Moral and Social Lines, Healthy Location, Magnificent Swimming
Pool, Complete Equipment In Schoolrooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall and
Recreation Rooms.

Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida


Washington, July 2.--Showers to-
night or Saturday.

th? merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 1t bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive ,Street, St
Louis, Mo.

We appreciate the honor of an Invi-
tation from the Hon. E. L. Wartmann.
of Citra, to be present today at the
picnic and barbecue and make an ad-
dress on any topic we close, except
politics. Thanks, but from the way
old pluvips is shaking his waterlong
old Pluvius is shakig his watering
will fill the day and oratory take a
,back seat.

If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble could realize their
danger they would without loss of
time commence taking Foley's Kidney
tPills. This great remedy stops the
Spain and the irregularities, strength-
ions and builds up these organs and
there is no danger of Bright's disease
or other serious disorder. Do not dis-
regard the early symptoms. Sold by
all druggists.

As the Pourtn of July will fall on
Sunday this year. under the law Mon-
day, the' fifth, will be a legal holiday.
The banks of the city, therefore, will
he closed for business on that day.

W. E. Robbins. representing the
Ford Automobile Co.. in Jacksonville,
eame in this afternoon with a new
car for J. P. Dick. of Leesburg. Mr.
Prick av-omnpAnie.d Mr. Robbins to
this city. They reached Ocala last
night at 6 o'clock and tarried at the
Montezuma for the night. They lost
their way and were all day on the

The prescription department Is the
main st.ay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
reliability. promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydings & Co.


A new seven-room house for rent,
on Daugherty street. Apply to A. G.

The Palatka baseball team went to
Gainesville this morning to play ball
with the Oak Halls today.

Miss Meeks Ausley, one of the pop-
ular salesladies at Rheinauer's, leaves
Monday for Wilmington, N. C., to
spend two months.

Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops chronic coughs that weaken the
constitution and develop in consump-
tion. but heals and strengthens the
lungs. It affords comfort and relief in
the worst cases of chronic bronchitis.
asthma, hay fever and lung trouble.
SSold by all druggists.


I am prepared to take any job of
tainting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fnlue the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do it
right. Houses painted inside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting, Taste and skill guaranteed.
196Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
,eala. Fla. tf

Mr ."arnrv of Tpeehnauf th na.

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off the bhains of slavery
and become a free man, a home owner. I have many homes, city and country,
small, medium priced and large that I can sell you cheap for cash. or nearly
as cheap on most liberal terms, a sdtiall payment down and just a little more
each month than you would pay In rent, with the addition of 8% Interest


Real Estate a" Ffit l Onre. Ocala, Florida









The Beawtiful



Haywood White Slphr Sprigs Hotel

"Land of the Sky"



Altitude 2.850 Feat

On the Southern Railway, one hour from Asheville. Capacity 250 g estas
No consumptives. Hot and Cold fulp hur Baths. Music, Bowling and Tennis.
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For
Information address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Formerly manager of Kenil-
worth Inn. Asheville.)

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There am many ways in which it serves the
ablic, but the one now most valuable, per-
haps, is to help with loans. We will meet the
needs of conservative borrowers.

The Munroe & Chambliss Bank


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Leading Vehicle Dealers
4 of Central Florida
AN Meue stock of Bdbbk Waps. olggisp Cwk
Wei|f a.ena m Aft CI *im l.

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We are prepared to fill your orders for cement
work, of whatever kind.
Manufacturrer of cement brick, building blocks,
hexagon and octagon blocks, and all kinds of pay-
ing materiaL We employ skilled workmen and
our motto is "to please."
Temporary quarters, phone 256.


Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed; electric
lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health coadi-
tios;; fine gymnasium. athletic fields, boating, tennis courts, golf links;
baseball football and basketball! teams champions of Florida in 199. .
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment: expenses moderate;
Scholarships available: Christian but undenominational; stands or
CIARCT :-: .CULTURE :-: cm t
For Catalogue Address the President:
WrL. F. B1e1uwk, Ph Dv Wiater Park=,% F
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S" o 1 North Ma.eIls Stre t, Tl-pheue No. 27.

BeIt Medium Pticed Hotel m the City.

Table is always supplied with the best the market affords.
Skilled ooking, careful attention to the wants of the guests.
- Good ol as and comfortable beds.
Special Rt by Week or aM= .

Fairbanks & Morse 3-horsepower
(will develop four) In perfect condition
for sale at bargalm. Fltlag also ftor
gasolene. Owner I-a s abtituted elec-
tric motor. Address P. 0. BeM S.
Ocala. 6-4-


For $10 spot cash second-hand Call-
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Mr. Kallenberget went down to the
lake yesterday to visit his family who
are summering themr.

Mrs. S. H. Blitch has returned
Keuka, where she attended the
riage of her young friend. Miss


The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
Its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are used. which are select-
ed by men of experience.
R. E. Tonge. Jr.. and family, of
Jacksonville. arrived here this after-
noon on a visit to Mr. Yonge's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge. Sr.
Bear In mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Oca!a
News Company.
The Woman's Club did not meet to-
day owing to the inclemency of the
weather, but will hold a business
meeting next Friday.
We have a most exquisite line of
fasty Imported china In many dif-
fert pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis, sister of Miss
Mary Affleek, will stage the cantata
to be presented at the armory. Mrs.






L ot P. meet Menday evening
Odd044 lows meet Tuesday night.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Red Men meet Thursday evening.
Woodmen meet nert Friday night.
Mr. Arthur J. Doyle of Jacksonville
Is a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. A. W. Inglis. of Port Inglis. is
a guest of the Ocala House.
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
ew hebills and fever. 25 cents.
Mmessr. Chas. G. Be.ll. Sr. and Jr..
are guests of the Ocala House.
A new line of popular priced books
Just In at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. Fred Holman of Dunnellon is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. J. J. Giles of Ashbury. Ga.. is at
the Montezuma.
6 or 6 doses "I1" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion.
at the Court Pharmdcy.
Mr. T. H. Harden of Tavares, is at
the Montezuma.
5 or 6 doses 66" will cure any case
of chills and fever. Price, 25c.
A few of those Diamond Edge Safety
Razors left at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. C. E. Boone of Jacksonville is at
the Montezuma.
Mr. L. E. Means of Jacksonville is
at the Montezuma.
Mr. M. W. Smith of Inverness is at
the Montezuma. *
Plank' Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
re chills and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. J. W. Ward. Jr., of Floral City.
is a guest of the Ocala House.
The cantata at the armory Wednes-
day night, July 7th, will be for the
benefit of Grace Episcopal church.
Try a box of that sunburn cream,
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court
Miss Annie Atkinson went to Wood-
mar yesterday afternoon to spend a
few days with Miss Bessie MacKay.
- Take one of those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
The prediction of Capt. J. B. Martin
and another veteran who attended the
late reunion in Ocala, is coming true.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co
general agents.
Miss Luella Williams. of Lady Lake.
who has been the guest of Miss Mary
Gates, returned home yesterday.
A new shipment of that famous Al-
pine Flax just received at the Court
Mr. C. A. Roberson of Baltimore is
among the traveling men at the Ocala
Three cents wfll fan you Cor ten
hours. Get one of those .-lne nWes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Including the baseball team from
Palatka. the Montezuma Hotel had 41
arrivals yesterday.
We have the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
cl In the city. Tydings & Co.
Major R. A. Green came up last
night from St. Petersburg and left thi.
afternoon for Jacksonville.
When in need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store in Ocala.

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Mr. Henry C. Sistrunk, Oeala's por
ular city clerk, who has been visiting
friends on the east coast for the pa
ten days, has returned home.
Mrs. H. C. Judd and children wei
called to Mississippi by the Illness
Mrs. Judd's sister.

Roquefort Cheese
Farmer Sausage
German Salomi Saunage
Fresh Star Hams and
Star Breakfast Bacon
in Each Week

A n A a r nw

upon request at my office, or by card will sen any make aof secoml-had
or phone. They are the the greatest ~ swon easy tems ei 15*0. n nmC 0m ._0
little thing In the home, especially In -
weather. Connect the cord with- The following Ocala people have PLA RMMl.
o of your light drops and In a few rented cottages at Eastlake and will m O...... "
minutes the Iron is hot. No smoke move their families down within the ON APPLCATIO
or dirt and eat only whom it W next week to spend a month on the r. 0. 4. .8M L. ,
wanted. H. W. TUCKER. lake. visz: Mews. J. W. Bylvester, J. ,
HOUSES FOR RENT A. Bouvier. Geo. P. Williams and .
HOUSES FOR RENT George McGahagin. I- mI A I1 J "
Modem cottages, all conveniences. P K l l
wen located and new. Apply to Joe- m1aa & V ,
eph Bell, at court house. A 1U4K T
Foer rent an elgat-room residence "in 1 "=
well located on South Third street.-- b -
Apply to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph, m IL Met r BAL. O 0
at the Montezuma hoteL t '
FAN BARGAINS B tar. of F-77 CgiilC Iad M W
An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric T O RO An wat se h by nme
fan that Is positively guaranteed to oo OU .R Ore a MY I "
burn only three cents worth of elec- We hope our patrons will bear with . ,_ m
tricity in ten hours steady running. us In the delays we have experienced
SSee them at once. H. W. Tucker, tlhe in making deliveries. One of our m.
Electrical supply man. horses Is confined in the Tompkins &
i -_'+" ....... Cobb stables and the other In Dr. Z. P. AI -
Guerrants stable. being tested for COMM 1RCIAL
glanders, and we have had difficulty In
getting other horses. 0. K. Grocery.
THE AIR U E Harvey Clark. Proprietor. m
I have just received a lot of the J. C U F, *
P- r .V n m, celebrated Halophane class shades for
g M Ov r electric ights. The shades crse
st your light power 75 per cent. Try to., a Kt, IA_ p~_ 6 f
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
and M -si ply man. -
of Get DeWitt's Carbolised Witch Ha- W"rk Cas4ld r md11 ft
The Best of msla nft emish- el Salve when you ask for it There ly. Al Wwk OuO WhWib w.
.d ,i W arnAm PIam are a rreat many Imitations, but there Trade Go

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The ladies of Grace Episcopal church
who are putting on a very Interesting
cantata, under the supervision of Mrs.
Ellis, will present the same Wednes-
day night at the armory. This Is an
opportunity to pass a pleasant even-
At G. A. Nash's. commencing Monday,
June 2Sth. and lasting one week. The
best values ever shown in Ocala. 2
and 4 inch, Sc: 9 to 9 inch, lce: 12
Inch, 12%c: .1 Inch, 15c. Come early
and g<.t the choice.
The King's Daughters are keeping a
crib In the waiting room of the A. C.
L. depot for the convenience of tired
mothers with restless babies. It has
done splendid service. It is appreciat-
ed by traveling mothers with tired
babies, but to think there is any per-
son in or out of Ocala, black or white,
so mean as to steal the sheets and
cover passes understanding, but such
is the case.
Mrs G. A. Carmichael and Miss Ed-
na Culverhouse returned last nighi
from Hot Springs. Ark.. where they
spend several weeks most pleasantly
with relatives.
It begins to look like this part ol
the world was to get back its normal
supply of rainfall.
Tour prescriptions, when left at the
Court Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us;
we'll call for and deliver your pre.
The name of the cantata which will
be given Wednesday night at the ar.
mory is "The Flower Queen." or the
"Carnation of the Rose." The noted
musical composer of the "Flowel
Queen" is George Root. It is a dream
in notes. Everybody should see it
Wednesday night at the armory.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville
handle silk typewriter ri bbons, Tc
each;: $7.50 per doxen.
Do not forget that you can find any.
thing you want in crockery and glass
ware at the Ocala News Co.
There will be a chorus of 40 voices
and a dozen of our leading music
amateur performers on the stage in
the rendition of the "Flower Queen
it the armory Wednesday night, Jul)
Look over our line of toilet prep
rations. We are quite proud of th
fine stock. Perfumes, powders an
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings d
Messrs. D. S. Woodrow. C. K. Sagn
L. E. Yonee. R. R. Carroll and L. 4
Chazal spent last night at Woodma
and Eastlake.
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Ma sF lakwant It distinctly "
understood that he win duplicate in
Ocala the prices on any merchandise
that can be bought la Tampa or Jack-
sonville. except on such articles as .
stoves, etc.. on which freight mst be
added. Mr. Frank has studied prices
on merchandise from Miami to Jack-
soeville and deems Ocala the cheap-
eat place to buy he knows of If you A NI Wd m r ll ,.
doubt the statement, be stands rea
to prove it do*RegIht1dly i ft b
FROM REV. C. C. CARROLL h d1 Aftg a ai
Natchitoches. La, June 21. IS. MVI= ft a- h i m at. f
Editor Star: A clipping having ____________ __________________
been sent to me by some of my Ocala
friends purporting to be from the
Owenaboro, (Ky.) Inquirer, and com-
mented upon editorially by both theTH E ni nm 1
Banner and Star. I take this methodIIllll Uk H I
of making a public statement concern- I Jll I id .
ing the clipping and comments. ,mn V U W W '-
First Without the comment of the ..
Ocala Banner I would not have deemed X., I I WI B- "
any statement of any kind necesssary. i ..." . ;"
after my four years spent in Ocala. ______________-______ .. ______
but lest others show the same prompt-
ness in condemning me. unheard, and
accusing me unjustly of Ingratitude, I .. :.
double dealing, etc.. I hereby publicly S. I. B L C, M- r. g 5& 0O, M eU 0 ,: tt
say I am unaware of the source of In- a) ja mwN T ;;'
formation which led the Inquirer to
publish its statement and am in-
nocent of ever lntentionaly saying one
word to the detriment of either Ocala A A N
or Florida. but on the contrary have COM M V ERCIA L |L |2 1 -L"
constantly made both a theme of praise
and a subject of the kindest words. / T r ,< & :
Indeed what I have ever had to say .A.. f &
about the things in Ocala needing re-
proof from the teachings of God's
word I have said in Ocala and always ...
stood foursquare upon what I said. A. I .
S Second. Sorrow is the feeling w Tr I .
2 prompting me the most in reference
F to the unkind editorial comment by *Are t rebut. Um proe alk MA o8 s m ,1
Editor Harris. for whom I have not the city, the trwM of the swemad tM t. -.,t r 1 Y
only always had bouquets to throw at We aomm datlo 11a elna. Our mbIna t ,!pg ft N
his feet but would freely deck his en who haveb u s a arei bu barelag mM.,nt ntgI s
brow with laurels. An for the Star.I I ,
have always rejoiced in its light and we solUct a m of yourW bm .
s Its luster is enhanced by its kind .
statement concerning its faith In me.
d Third. Without even knowing the
editor of the Owensboro Inquirer, I Mrs. George Pasteur will assume the '| W H .
really believe that he surely had no character of the "Rose" in the can- LU sH-I U. "" .
d idea or Intention of putting me in a tata to be given at the armory July
h false light before the Ocala people, or th. Mrs. Pasteur is a beautiful BM OPAo0 MTI NM S A ;
any one else. Sincerely yours and singer and has a rich. clear voice. VgM '
with love to Ocala. C. C. CarrolL ,
Mr. Jake Gerig will impersonate the Ovk-8 nor I 4 .1+..
t DR. POWERS 18 SINKING "Recluse" In the cantata to be given Chamba Bil k Skl9 a t1s0
y Wednesday night at the armory. Ev- lrida. -
Y Dr. W. IL Powers, one of Ocal&'s erybody knows Jake. They admire his r .3- Mm.d- ^
youngest sad best loved physicians voice. They will all want to hear him. 2h. ... -'- "
who has been so ill for the past few His Impersonation of the "Recluswe Ti r oa 2 x,, _
f weeks. is sinking this afternoon and it will overshadow his fame In the Wv1116;:' -to 12 U W ,X.
a is feared the end is very near. All the grasshopper on the sweet potato vine. -
members of the family are constantly
at his bedside. The city as a unit is Mr. B. W. Blount of Jacksonville, is
e sorrowing over the condition of this guest of the Ocala House. Mrs-F UA UU
d splendid young man. Blount is staying at the Oeala House o C, I ., ',
~; while her mother is in the hospital and ;
Little Miss Minnie Jackson, aged 10 Mr. Blount came down to pay her a
years, came to Oeala yesterday all visalt -
alone from her home in Montgomery.
i Alabama. to visit her aunt Mrs. Hen- The "Kiss of Judas," at the Air G Pr a l qP 1 p b-. '. -'
- ry Livingsten for a few weeks. Minnie Dome tonight is something In the mov- .
e got through fine and the conductors Ing picture line never seen tn this .. -
d said she traveled like a regular globe part of the country before. And -
r trotter. "Scenes From the Battlefield of Get- OSp"ua AlIg ..... ..
a tysburg" can't tai to be highly Intli- a- M W m '.
L There sla more catarra In this sec- esn g.
tion of the country than all other dis-..
eases put together, and until the last Mrs. W. Brce and three llr: Ofc:a Resa S-n M
. few years was supposed to be Incur- and her slster-in-law. Miss aunlee Second .l. X.l l
. able. For a great many years doctors Brice. left this afternoon for N"ew- lew W .s .. .
pronounced it a local disease and pre- berry, 8. C. Ere they return they will CAL, PODA .
scribed local remedies, and by con- extend their visit to Alabama and ". .. '.
. stantly failing to cure with local Lousiana.
- treatment, pronounced it incurable. .. V
Science has proved catarrh to be a In spite of the storm and the fact | i i Im -
constitutional disease and therefore that all of its 1we stck was quman- l ll lMnfc 0
s requires constitutional treatment tined in Ouerrant's stable, the Teapot tW. :. -
l Hall's Catarrh Cure. manufactured by Grocery had three teams running on /
n PF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. is schedule time today. .. .
" the only constitutional cure on the [Cttrde Ot N I Maim "" ' "
y market It is taken Internally In Master George Davis, the faithful -l.-.uj.a,,'.l" .,. l, "' ", *
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. carrier of the Evening Post and the "B yu Us-u n U -- "
It acts directly on the blood and mu- Evening Star, In some m aner get hs ReMU b U by .
)- cus surfaces of the system. They of- hand between the chain and sproket ,_-.. m iR k ...
e fer one hundred dollars for any case of his bicycle and crushed of hi w W ."r WW .
d it fails to cure. Send for circulars and fingers. Dr. Hulbert dressed the tatbe -b---d t sme-W .-" '
& testimonials. Address: P. J. CHENEY wound. We wish George a speedy re-
& CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug- cover. ,w,,, ,
gists, 75. Take Hails Pamnly Pills l. e lml----
e. for constipation. H. C. Groves, the Tampa and Ocala U i WFUm
. druggist, came la yesterday frQm Ph"fO, 7 Oa
r ELECTRIC SMOOTHING Mont Eagle. Tenn. where he went to O O- ,
4 IRONS ON TRIAL see Mrs. Groves and son, Henry, who
_ are summering there. .
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Mr. an mrs. J. B. uappleman, for to arrive Jacksonville before noon
the past week. Mr. McCully came est for of 3rd. Limit. July 17th.
down Monday night and they will visit Th) .oww V &680 Denver. Colorado Springs, Pue-
WeIlrsdaloe for a few days ere return- blo, Colo., July 1, 2, 3 and 4. LImit
Ing to Jacksonville. Mrs. McCully's July 30th; stopovoers.
little sister. Ruby, accompanied them. $ 64 St Paul, Minn., July 3, 4 and 4.
Mr. J. A. Luffman took In the aoe, awm I Limit July 31.
Jacksonville ezcursion. e For further information call on or
Quite a number of people attended write P. J. Huber. C. P. & T. A.; or
preachln Sunday morning and night. J. K. Kirkland, D. P. A.. Tampa Fla.
We are always glastd to have CoL Rog- 0tr. Pk.Fwo" a. f
era preach for us as we all love to r seam-. wk.. or OGripe, 1k.. sc. Never LOW RPAT
hear him. He will be with us again o.14 st balk. Thel selM le I"bie tapt tp CCC. .
hear He will e w again or your money bek.
the third Sunday in July. ateruag Remedy Co., Cahicaeor M.. se naJ AmI R&AN
Mr. Daniel Cappleman and Mr. Can- ,l I OII X S h
.er on are n oi0 to the picnic at $175, Asheville. N. C., sad retara,
Mos B]uff July 1st. Be careful boys, account Dramatic Order Knights
for they have plenty of good things to of Khorassan, biennial meettag.
eat over there L. ALEXANDER Tlekets on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Young gave a 11. Final limit July 2j. 199.
surprise party to a few of their Int- Practic l 25-Tuscalooe, Ala., and return.
mate friends Monday evening. U et a. of A., June 8, 9, 12, 14, 1, 21. 23,
Various games were played until a July 3, 5. Limit 15 days. rvtenv&t
late hour, when everyone was Invited ARPENTE AND BUILDER Sept 30. Stopovers.
into the dining room where delicious $18-25-Knoxvill, Ten., and return.
Ice cream was served. Those present S. S., June 20. 21 22, 26, 27, July 3&
wer*, Mrs. Cappleman and two Careful estimats mace on all 10. 11. 21. Lmit 15 days. JExte-
daughters; Mrs. McCully, of Jackson- contract work. wrves more and bet- sion Sept. 30. Stopovers.
vflle, and Ruby, her two sons, Daniel ter work for the money than any $1240-Athens, Ga., and return. U. of
and Roy; Mrs. J. W. Colbert, of other contractor n own. G., June 26, 27, 28. July 1. 5, 10, 17.
Sparr; Mrs. J. A. Luffman, Mr. Limit 15 days. Stopovers.
Woodwar d and Adrien Hewitt of the |P 18.70-Montegle and Sewa Tm,
Marion arM hr CHICH ESTER SPILLS and return. M. W. & M. .eJuTm,
One Who Was There. NA 10, 17, 23. 24, 30, August 1. 14. IAmit
pub I s 10" 3a" 3r1anVf Sept. 5.
Tour complexion as well as your baln sa i a eMft am\/ <$17.65-Asheville, N. C., and return.
temper is rendered miserable by a K. of K., July 8, 3, 10, 11, Limit July
disordered liver. By taking Chain- M NJ D FIl f-a I 26.
bertan's Stomach and Liver Tablets $2185-Black Mountain, N. C, and re-
you can Improve both. -^ fv-HFj M turn. Y. P. M. June 30, July 1, .
Limit July 28.
HELP IN GOOD WORK $54.40--84. Paul, Minn., and return. U.
-- -P-iS. C.E. July 3, 4, L Umt JulyL 31.
We will meet on Wednesday. July SilI D 8-Denver. Colo.e and return. N.
7th, for the purpose of cleaning off the F O L F IE E. A. July 1, 2. 3. 4. IUmit July 23.



Fr P Under ti. Laws of Saturday, July 3rd, Belleview will
PFlridk indulge in a genuine old-fashioned 4th
AD Uks O preerlbed forms must of July celebration. The exercises
be correctly filed out, applicant's will begin at 10:30 a. m. consisting of
anae must be signed In full and the music, reading of the Declaration of
signature attested by two witnesses. Independence, an original poem. writ- Is no "cume-A mnmbalm b
Widows must *lan their own Chris- ten for the occasion by Charles ,j we
tian names and not the names of their O'Malley Foy, with a patriotic ad- 7 m
bhsanda. dress. before dinner, which will be Wo Uy Orgal Ist
All applications must be submitted served promptly at noon. and at half
to the county comiutlasloners of the past one o'clock the orator of the day. 'MB M 9J"
county is which the applicant resides Rev- Addymuan Smith, will speak, and byr .d-p I---M
before filing in the pension depart- several short addresses will follow.
ment. Everybody invited. AJP-f d-- -Bf
Applicants will save needless trou- oft -I
ble and delay by complying carefully BELLEVIEW a mA -232-at
with the above instructions. as all Some sixty :ars of watermelons aad IS flW y -
claims not properly lled out will be have been shipped from this station. Wi Aw dels5 e ,t r ,
returned for correction. Prices ranged from $40 to $190.
All persons will be required to make Last Sabbath while Judge Hopkins
a renewal of application, but further and his son, Stephen, were standing T AR ONRBW kUWf
proof of service will not be required on the dock at Smith Lake. they saw
of tSmer pensioners of this state If quite a commotion in the water. Get- Sam by t ft W
the former claim is In compliance with ting a boat they rowed out and found cob" (WAh tp te -
the provisoles of the Act of 1909. a very large trout that had evidently
All claims will be filed immediately been fighting with a gar-fish. They pOlaM) Or O AW
upon receipt In the pension depart- struck the trout with an oar and
meat and will be considered as stunned him, then caught him. He
promptly as possible and applicants was 27 Inches long, 8% Inches broad
wil be notified of the disposition of and 5 inches through. His mouth
their claims, and certificates and opened 5% inches. It was estimated pW tct mad ~. d
vouchers will be forwarded to all per- that he would weigh 14 pounds or
sons allowed pensions under the Act more.
of 19t. Friends in the north write that It is Mi M t"
Under the Act of 1909 only persons very hot there now. Mr. Doolittle I nwam M r A
who served in the Confederate States writing from Short Beach, says the
army or navy and In the First Regl- mercury registered 98 degrees the day P,---_-,0 it i tl
meat of Florida Reserves and their before, and that day bid fair to be It is o O
widows will be granted pensions, hotter. t foolish w as
No state troop or home guards of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hopkins and nothing TheJ fe t-
this or any other state will be pen- three children are visiting Judge and b for this p.
sloned under this Act. Mrs. Hopkins. or tis profmeaniliy P
All former pensioners whose claims J. T. Hames is working for Dr. ent in its make-uip hs m t
were allowed upon certlficat of the Henry, at Oklawaha. schools o1p a
adjutant of a camp of Confederate Mrs. J. T. Hames is visiting rela- several SC00lS practes. S
veterans will be required to furnish tives in North Carolina. Every woman may write i
the affidavit of a commissioned offl- Willie Lyle is in Dunnellon, clrk- Ad may be sure that her cm
eer under whom he served, or of two Ing in a store. m u tha he .. a
comrades with whom he served, or a A bunch of red clover in full bloom,. On, and that the et media
transcript from the office of the ad- In the yard of Judge Hopkins, attracts In addition to this free a
jutant general at Washington showing considerable attention. Of his great 100a-ae 4ook, 4
the service claimed. Mrs. J. A. Freeman and Mrs. A. T. willnd 31 one-cent t
No person who owns property to Carter are selling some very fine W oncent '
exceed the value of $6,000 or whose peaches. Dr. Pierce's PeM
property, both real and personal (in- 0. M. Gale Is having lumber hauled WOrk in harmony with "Favri
deuding the property of his wife) ex- to Smith Lake to build a cottage c iy granls, ey to
ceeds the value of $5,000 will be pen- there.
slowed. Mrs. Mary McPhaul, our station
The affidavit of two reputable phy- agent, Is taking a well earned vaca-
siclans will be required to establish tion, and Intends visiting Los An- LITTA'8 OFFER REFUSED
total disability. geles. California, Seattle, Wash.. and
Applicants are earnestly requested other northern cities. That she may Italian Earthquake Refugee Will Net
to comply fully with the above in- have a good time is the wish of her Locate in Florida
structions and not to burden this of- many friends. BELLEVIEW. n
dee with unnecessary correspondence Rome, July 2.-The board of emigra-
so that 'the work of revision of the The best pills made are DeWitt's tion has rejected the proposal for es-
pension roll can be completed in time Little Early Risers, the famous little tablishing an Italian colony In Flor-
to make the October payment at the liver pills. They are small, gentle, Ida. The proposal was made by the
end of the quarter. pleasant, easy to take and act prompt- Duke of Litta, who soon after the
The necessary blanks can be ob- ly. They are sold by all druggists, earthquake In December offered 5,000
talked from the clerks of the circuit across of land in Manatee county for
courts to the different counties, or the of those who had lost their homes
from the comptroller's office. T El AL southern an y.
secretary State Board of Pensions. PICNIC AT OAK'TOVE
PAYMENT OF PENSIONS U NBEl OUr There will be a picnic July 16th,
-- 1909, at Oak Grove, one mile south of
To the clerks of the circuit courts: OpePs Into the Lobby cf the Ocala Pleasant Hill church. There will be a
Gentlemen:-AU pensioners will be House. platform for those that would like to
paid for the quarter ending June 30th, Offers the very best service of shake their fantastic toe. There will
19M9, under the act of 1907. skilled workmen with modern aP- be cold drinks served by special com-
Bach pensioner will be furnished pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric mittees. Everybody Is respectfully
with the necessary blanks and In- fans, electric massages. invited to come and bring a basket
atructlons direct from the comptroll- Hot Rnmmua Water at AH Times Come and enjoy the day.
her's office when the pension warrants COliLt KJr..
for the quarter ending June 30th are VINCENT C. DETTERaCH, Manager
malied. Many people with chronic threat
Blanks for new applications only and lung trouble have found comfort
will be furnished the clerks of the cir- G E yru and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar
cult courts on July 15th, 1909. gEO- I r I as it cures stubbon coughs after other
Vouchers will be furnished when PRACTICAL BRICK MASON treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggies.
the pension roll Is complete aotratrsg ed and Pire Brick Work Reasnor, Iowa, writes: "The doctors
the pension roll is revised. e n t ri said I had consumption, and I got no
J ERSON BELL Special attention to repairing fr- better until I took Foley's Honey and
Oecretara State Board of Pensions. maces, boiler setting and Dutch Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and
ovens, brick kilns and baker's pain in my lungs and they are now as
A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY ovens. If your boiler doesn't steam sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug-
attended by the highest priced baby 8 should, send for me, I am the gists.
, specialist could not be cured or stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or All Work Guaranteed LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
surer than your baby If you give it No distance too rate ana no hour ATLANTIC COAST LINE
MeGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr- too late to respond. At the Carlton ATLANTIC COAST LINE
hoes, dysentery and all derangements House. $1525 Tuscaloopa, Ala., June 1I, 21. 28,
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25 w A ]L)IDA July 3 and 5. Limited 15 days. Ex-
cents and SO cents. Sold by all drug- ---- ------ tension Sept. 30th. '
1ists. -8.90--104.-Los Angeles and San
A L I Francisco, on sale various dates.
FORT KING *.Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
We are having some very rainy P9.40-Seattle. Washington. Variable
weather; fine for planting potatoes, routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
Mr. Joe Porter, of Columbia, Fla., "I ,,, caseas ** -** shes I wete me be ber 31.
was a visitor ina Pt. King Saturday. wbee s hem. I w ie tble sw gs d*al with $18.70-Monteagle and Sewannee,
e ha accepted a position with the tp lver ad heedashe. Now since askt Tenn.. July 1, 10, 17, 23, 24. 30. Au-
e has accepted a pto with the Cfeel vetymiemh r gust 13, and 14. LImit September
Marion Faums. I bhall ertasial, r-e--4 tIkem to m, fa5.l. Sovers allowed.
Jihas Ambelnv ip t Olberl MiJii Na rU lvr vs. 6 Savannah, Ga; P Augusta, a, N
vile, has been vsthtng her parents, Charleston, S. C. July 2nd and trains


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