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 3, 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: VID03209
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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tism. neuralgla. lumbago and an m-
eular soreness and stlRfeasi. 25 Sec
and $1 a bottle. At all druggists.
New Haven, Conn, Sly 3-After
speaking kind words of the men on
whom honorary degrees were confer-
red. and after "ktddlng the Yale men
at the sixteenth annual alunl Miner
In the university dining hall Preal-
dent Taft paused, became grave and
said deliberately:
"Unlas the bre|blhan arty ives
up to Its promises and toe expectation
o fthe people, here is no doubt that
It will be relegated to the posltlon of
the minority opposition."

Pbley's Honey and Tar not only
stops chronic couhs that weaken the
constitution and develop In consump-
tion. but beals and strengthens the
lungs. It affords comfort and relief in
the worst cases of cbhrioule bro chii.




0111Aiedbythe See ard, Which
Wishe to Tahe Up AM ONastaiad-

Atlanta. July 2.-The railroad com- met yesterday for the per-
pose a hearing the appllcatie ek the
Seaboard Air l10e Ba1 Way omapsany
for pelrmission to Issue $isa,e.e
of bonds.
These are the beds which are to
be issued under the road's plan of
reerganlsation for the purpose of tak-
ing up all outatemsag bhb., a lloMt-
Inc debt, certlfcates of iadebtedness
d lio paper, ad also to provMe
for deuble-trackiag a portion of the
road ln South Caroluaa.
Hundreds of orphans have Ien
helped by the predet of the Mdua-
trial ad Orphaa's Home at Macoa.
Ga., who writes: "We have used
Electric Bitters la this Institution for
ime yeMs. It lhas proved a most ex-
cellent medMIcee fr ste-e, Uver and
kidney tropke. We regard it as Oae
of the best tamly medicies Om
earth" It Svlerat the vital or-
gamns, puri ies l 941, -- dife-
tIon, creates appetite To strengthen
and build up thin, pale, week children
or run-down people it has no equal.
Best for female emoplaints. Only See
at all druggists.
"u--' Wen the Amu-al-Beat RA-m
With Yale.
New Iandon. Com0, July 3--In a
grand exhibition of rowing by a crew
remarkable for Its physical power and
endurance, Harvard yesterday after-
noon defeated Tale In their annual
varsity boat race on the Thames.
The crimson's crew led from start
to finish and won by six lengths. Har-
Vard's time was 21:05: Yale's 22:10.
By this victory Harvard Uw her see-
ond consecutive boat race from Yale
In 22 years. Since 155 Harvard has
won five varsity races from Yale. In-
cluding today's, namely: In 191. 19"6
and 1IMt.
means that man anad 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 365 days out of 346. The
only way to do this Is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbine In the house and take
It whenever your liver gets Inactive.
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-
Cerpe e f Lee Li, the Slayer mof
Eleie Sigel, FeMd in the Hudae..
New York, July 3,-Although com-
plete Identification was* impossible
there appears to be a strong prob-
ability that the body of a Chlnaman
which was founa floating In the Hud-
son river in the upper part of the city
last evening was that of Leon Ung
or William I. Leon the eerdered of
Elsie SigeL t
The man's height, weight and gen-
eral appearance tallies with that of
Leon LIng. but as the body was nude.
except for a silk undershirt and had
been In the water for mOr then a
week, a thorough examination will e
often receive severe burns putting Out
fires, then use Buckle's Alnica Salve
and forget them. It moa drives out
paim. For b rns, scal, wouns, cus
and bruises it's earth's greatest healer.
Quickly cures skin eruptios, old sores,
bos, ulcers, felons: best pile cure
made. Relief is Isteat. 35c at all
St. Peterburg. July L3--Orders have
been issued to the military depart-
ment of the Caucasus to prepare
troops for the RusNlan expedition tnto
Teheran, the capital of Persia. The
vessels to transport the expedItloa are
assembled at Baka, whence the troops
will be taken to nell, on the Cas-
plan sea.
Is always found in the same house
with Ballard'a Soaew almnt. It
keeps ery member of the family free
from aches and palus, It heals cutes
burns and scalds and cures rheaua-

Mleneves corns and bunions of all pain __
and gives rest and comfort. Try it I
today. Sold by all druggists. For
free trial package. also free sample I BIANCHARI Leading
of the Foot.-Ease Sanitary Corn-pad. U, UUA IiAI \ lDl d Vaffli if.
a new Invention, address. Allen S. \C J iui- i .... ,.-V
Lasted. iroy N.. CONTMCTM All N E 7 of Central florida
Geld Mining Operations Commenced ON APPLICATION ] - -r -
Near Phoenix. P. 0. Box 4. OCAILA, FLA.
Columbus. Ga.. July 3.-Excitement --- -- N
was caused in Phoenix City, Ala.. yes- k 2 Ja m A- I x-
terday. when it became known that P A -- B l ISf I A\n f m I -- kh ..p
gold mining operations had begun on THE 0rWlil AL ont L, "/ lltM. IOIdM lo f fli k ..
a tract of land Just outside the city A I
Imits recently purchased by T. W. lAllpR d Wks 1 U/ /"- l?
Bates. of Columbus. Zach Hagerdon. W W Wey M W-
of West Point. Ga.. and associate-s. A -
gang of laborers was started at work Opens lato the Lobby cf the Oeals i-
sinking a shaft and good progress has .t r.l -I -
Itbeen mas de.lar that the prosts Offers the very best servlee of
It Is declared that the prosiwects for skilled workmen with modern ap- N n Ni
gold re Sgood. udT by thu surface pliances. Strictly .nitary. Electr KI H T & A N
Indications. The purchasers of theans, electric massages.
prWoprty have acquired option en fans, electric lHI- aH-7&I A,
another big tract of land In that vi- ,Hot Runmmag Hater at AM Times "W so /I
cinity, and if results Justify. wi!l In- V-INCEN.T C. DRIRCm, I I r .. .. -
stall Cold mining machinery and op- "I..Tr. t KTr Manaer I
rate on an extensive .sal.- A jrac- 1@ / I It e ... .n Hta.......l.ll ......
ticaJ miner to In charge of itr ljres,.t GEORGE .FI | I i ROI. Lu.. .. -" -Z%1
If you have pains in the back. weak pATAL wi*iCKla Mil "'I 11 '- FLO I OL . 0- - S
back. or any other indications of a dM an iBMriIWI. .. WT ..k
wekene or disordered condition Special attention to reparin far- wp o. s PW Wm COL EGF. ACADEMY AND SHOOLS O .
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills naces, boiler setting and Dut b Uvt, g tweoty-eve yea so_ e of FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC ANDI *M U AND /LI .
right away when you experience t. ovens, brick kilns and baker's a oal bhome, was- a ,- a s-. ect< SUS .
least sign of kidney or blaolddtr corn#m ovens. If your !#oiler doesn't steam f' stemt o"wa ire Hail a tirde'sm6WeAft.
plaint. but be surethatr yi ,".- octor s hould send for me. I am t!he wt caslg steam mJWturmache bet; &amar am g' ss mi -ll
w.a Kidney and Bladderpili -W. doctor. ".It wll be a real 'fI'a of tiohs ftn as a mdi. -I=
Irttu8 Kidne# #h nnd lAdd-r P. f-A-..a oe....... -..... ..... -1 -






ZEPPELIN WILL TRY TUt I-ADTAE Ino TUE lAURK ^ rey "rhat in why I have aiM.
TO REACH THE POLE HN l ew ee k c
--Germany- --timy skIl. 1 began to aboot, ad we
Berin. Germany, July 3.--It is arn- -- wee two short on the mter-roll xt
reach the north Spole In an airshiJ wa Stry of Love and Adventure an the day. Poe l ti an artnd fell o hiM a 1W
rdLie Kntom C of knees,,80,did a.s.maof_.., to.d Wy {tamK nowS -^ ^-
the kaiser's original idea and that the Little Know Coast ef South an dint un ...a--- .
latter will furnish funds and lend the ... dd e lO hnt wtl to n P wit 1r(
plan government support. A rGerman wamwD America They we r u beck to back ai we ns -"f cO fhrv- - l- -,- '* -?." --".g
crubler will accompany the airship as ..m t ile d ay. .. _.r .... i'_ W 0
far as possible poleward. The entiree (By Louis Tracy.) "af lr' '
German empire, from the kaiser to -- "he ft1h wa a waa..- o|The JMunroL &k 3
the smallest schoolboy. regards thTM CHAPTER XV. Th talked dalybrk: the
expedition as a national enterprise and eT the wayr what ot X. e Co t turd an. He di met .- -
is showing boundless enthusiasm. The n- Poi. lit.. .sa ..a Prt ay a. I oo. By o. de IS.lD-- M"

pell. purposes to leave Spitzrgn bBMalcolm. but he dived lett the inaus Of the Ot 2t excepting t h
and reach the pole. where ho will plant 1 Ialon and has D Oeapp.e&d Is he i WID G S a m a. OW .Sd. -0s
the German flag, and return to Spitz- iT ne th g a m w -as r 1 AIIi IU m tm."
bergen within twenty-four hours. sail- Gray's mouth set Ilke a sldt wIiteeUeh trpue bk 1 lak the AU
Ing at an average speed of thirty-five His eyes had a glInt in them. He r oun dO e Id t hecaptalnf e-"- av
miles an hour. The count today, said. seemed to be onwilingtspeak. Wheo si g with sbe -ad M rs. Sam
"I shall personally command the aerial words came they were Oil a d aems. erlle on the promenade deck. She We prep ed to
expedition to the north pols. I do nut Ua red.waO sb i gJo" 1fe d he n l"ew"
desire to aln glory for myself, but f.or ". .... ... t h ke tl f ..m..u ^ WU OX WiK- .h a "o.
-1 haven t any use forothatt .--Why the_".g had+scampered off
Germany. I expect to cornlet. my trial e salt!. sfppose the S ump n S- tha ls 0- the briAb der M1 o s 1
by the summer of 1910. story must be toldsoer laterso w opened.hexagO ad OMgO --
There Is more catarrn In this see- here goes. I the 2rst i~, P lml Iting his cap. with a smile aand a mae wea- We m y ski
tion of the country than all other dis- forgot that I auStood Spo-ak,- d general "Good mwera he bent over ----
eases put together, and until the last I beard him yelpfng to their Chlegans i o laUU.our mo Wi b oM P
few years was supposed to be incur- the jolly boat that if we tok any mor "Well"." he ai. -r"ly yoe owe e pTempoary qu t h 2W.'
able. Ftr a great many years doctors people on board we ahol be at least enM ehis er
pronomaced Ika local disease and pre- e It was be who put the i an l It .her is were red bef eM. they JAM ES R.
.eay aigto curem i b o- their beads to cast of while you were beam a '@ow. But his andi f
..ea...ntpronouncedIt ncurabl. lowering Miss Baring's maMd late m y lace had ware her tilt he would
bDeweu has provdcatsarrh to tita ara. I tried to orget thatr n hewos" ew m r e. so she iftd her
Cstltutoal disease and therefore blue white with fear, e fto t Pto
requires constitutional treatme-Trf are not espomoible for their aibem look at ber amemai compam.loa. Cow
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. is aere forget his action on the land. "If E"le has oat otl dy already it- t i
the only constitutional cure on the Yesterday morning I was jt l time I my prvrUepe to amoemae that ah,
market. It Is taken internally in to stop him and four others and I have i artlea ." he said.
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. sneaking off in the lifeboat n wth a smlle. *That XI we Intend to
It acts dIrectly on *.e blood and mu- our pro-s.ons." .etmaies -- the" s -l rh .. .
:us surfaces of the system. They of-urp oa S -M -t CARRIES ,
fer one hundred dollars for any case Coumrtenay's face hardened to&. E ... .. n A ;
It fails to cure. Send for circulars and "Nec ty may have Do laws," ,a W."Ied. I co._riataeyo both mo n
testimonials. Address: P. J. CHENEY he, "but I fancy I should have tad eartily." a the mImomary wife, /=EM M O / l A Il
& CO.. Toledo. Ohio. .old by drug- a code to meet his case." "Event have marched, them while W
gists. 75e. Take Hall's Family Pills "I have organized a vigilance cow- we were satNded em that wretchedl i
for constipation. mittee in my time, and ts araclek lad." titted lasoIal. Her volee wa .
kid of fitted i." was the Amrien's teathb shrill. I 00. was ecitd1,
NOT WISELY BUT TO WELL eot quite instrbss of herself. She did
mot know how far Grays statements
New York. July 3.-Because George might have prejudiced her with the
Feyer, a Ventsuelan dental student. A BdCapta. She ha already sent D a-
refused to marry her MarIe Mont-N 'ebdd ai lcult a mote arguing him to demy l- AND
season. a pretty F rench girl shot her- ...o.ble oe.tions of themeore a%& ltey all knowledge ot the plot to ste"l"
self In the breast four times yesterday. -ig met otoothe use of ( ret, mi ml o e to sa. "teal B.
dying later .at the hospital. S poumere.o V. P thlt "d attribute the AmDerican'S HUuSEwU
time ago the girl told her friends that Y., some time agme idecd to makeabeM m to a mlate rm to his mistake
she would marry the Venezuelan. Last departure frm the usual Cm rmIj d ting of the Spanith patois used by-
Sunday she received a letter saying by the makers of put-up medicine for do. the Ch~e amils a "You feel Msue a -
that Feyer was sick and did not love mIestc e, aaso has mish d hbrad- that we shaU me no more of the ha- C '
her any more. Yesterday the girl at- ast and= 7..o the whole wAid, lans? kd IAbin quickly. ly- b., ad o-
tempted to enter his sick rorom. but ad copm list of all the Inea "|hi rt-Mk O m ..never can tell, -but f S t iC *o f ,..
was refused. "If you cast m.a. side. I enteringta n itl< Jlhwaldvy It the.. s.h..gri t to atta* us acaal s t F R f u .' *
will kill myself" she shouted through elallrted lc111um he has rake'sIro l S w W l sw U -- n- E-ll..,
the door. She Immediately went homn- his tlrols andl pS Ulta sha oi them asrt a ght- | c lass *" "" .*L
and shot herself his fall Th a too he haeis I _. .
.e. Mlo gumM abl m sat to be o her bet b be. AM Wa .- UK
ACT QUICKLY of doubtful mrIts. and made havlor. Her pactwth the Frenchman hfar Cuti W--
It you have a sudden chill-ft you might reola "" t n. from Mih --r- _t _w "t wr ,-
have colic, cramp or diarrhoea-don't riu Mightl Wemraf I ag- frol wagging pS M g E 9 W
wait a minute. Take a t.,aslponful a. i D oi no 7tu a w c itd e ae Sth More-eye wAN L| -M M' .
of Perry Davis' Painkiller in ha'f a 4lld.^ lher, the Wll uoTiass of life In theme 7 a
glass of hot water or milk. You ll be o -aes G ll t .. .
this tried remedy on hand for imme- liver oreblla. w neand eatrr -- -ha
dlate use. Being prepared is half the wherever located, have printed "I s al Fesme my roun msam
s e.Being ihfe lainE a fulamndcomall r t- -1 E to rbe-
battle. New size ZSc.. also in ; c. size. te einuye Om wean It but a ma l emved ,__ b Wke
standard I medical wor oL the daSinet made great pragepe yesterday. Let me a
WEEDING OUT INCOMPETENTS scbolsa of NwUa coetaaming t uery whisper a seet. Them you may pas
-os extract from the writing a of Then I yea may Pass -4.& J!W -
pmTnttki t omm medtmimnm, l <- ftt ttanIt o I tricte.t co.fl,.ee."
Ten Per Cent, of the Government patte teedM each a" every I nereg .40%1
Clerks to be Dismissed. outaln Dr. Pl meds He Placed M is Ip doe to her ear.
Washingotn. July 3.-Although the 2any onesebi o ai de aJ cd
mercury still dodges above the nine- by letter, to Dr. .V. Piece. lu t N.Y, this iotag" he breathedmL
ties, the clerks in the departmental a rs-Sa-e t ti hm is e "bat I DO BEt." 3he rtorted.
bureaus have had cold chills chasing cnes ntain no"alcohmol.aareoicsaeral "It I Tou adm I AItoter moa
up an down their backs since the an- ot0rOthe 0iK s or Iniuri a agents daily find mew path sI Eden. But my
noancement that the department of sal moots of great value also that's e potle news hood be welcome
commerce and labor would weed out the mut valuable h .Lais contaoined Itn al Walwr m ys he hopes to et
Its lmeffc.ent employees. Fav oriteoP,,a .ardyli wk. -.ur -- to e
*"1"n"". .am- w b r'1e S _ U KB. "Ul t n j |

iUSE ALLAN'S FOOT-dASE, hoS "ecre b W all, e4 to the qul cried ihtal- |A ^
IsA powder to be shaken into the policy f the l aso. trhe ld f aor-+ ail e no ..t

If you have tired, aching feet. try A ffec <*onw th e roPer once her etghggigg of gratitmwen
lenst Poot-Ease. It re-ts ehe feet and *d ra knfal el Wa he the th ML m nmdlsi e ev -e, n '
makeo new or tight shoes eay. Cures tt a tte u," A J '
.achlng, swollen, hot, sweating feet. --- --h ..iUihhE aUU r E h IFi I f "" L , .. t


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"" -: pih. Pbigi.. .s...- A..,.,g. th 'Raihea mP FORECAST FOR JULY
.. -FeverofO-t--e ,t..e soW
T W hlgta, 1Jaly i.--A complaint en litt paetsits. 16
.. M .. m s - t h t e teirsta cn- 0d Pante a mine 1
W..P- WN -- -3. I H c.e. nailani" n which 202 rail- J'der a billy goat;
a---" 3ss 7 states were Thea there were...................t
___________________________________ -i pi Jnedf 7 eugan I. The complaint
.. "^ --" -~- --" ...t t.. Florida Fruit and NInp little patriots
S Oagr, Pter.) . e le Ippers' Association. and atliPef about 1
S: :4 .6-o ay cmhel, ti t hl a the railroads In question To see if a large -
S- 11 ast Florida shippers Canno cracker was out...........
't- U,? h'- -" .ie, zi---aI r of I zippers in California. Mis- Wold do i
---8 -- -- ----- -- I u _ aw e ..a Wholly undaunted-
0. 1 a 4..i t ; 15 *.O- T. P. *. sisppl.. Texas. Georgia. the The balance were strong 1
o I- -m. -*U6, mlag e-WeNe a-. CM Ual La Cubas in the rates on To blow up the Iceman -
p M, W.... "M sd PIKY. Citrus p hs pl-p pl to- When he came along..............
b ow M M -.. oaste.w, strawbe.rrI lettuce, cabbage.
__gAgt potatoes. celery and other fruits and All the survivors
A iN ., nrtt PMstor.) The complaint ays that the rates To e what some powder -
S- .-- y aschosl. from Plorlda are In excess in all cases Would do to a 'ug. ............. 4
h ~_U- a. -.ft esh g by Rev. W. relatively and In many instances act-
so OdIomheGuam iselly in excess of the rates charged Six little patriots,
lb 'IW IaL--gn.. for frults and vegetables raised in Game. for a that 1
*Ame th. 4See 4 ..m 1-4 i League. California and the other states nam- Tied a pinwheel -
S-"-"^- M har by Rev. W. ed. The charge Is also made that the To the tail of a cat.. ............ 5
S -- -* --- Florlda shippers are charged more for little patriots
SI t --- *refrtgeratlo that shippers in other F ve ttlepatriot
A- Mbm-illMg o pa.. th ti Showed to the grown folks -
W*.. CsMiin. Minister.) Y K What we did to the British.......4
A"-I zIv.-r I '.- a snl Iidn Wa lF YOU KNEW
A ,. ~s.ioC. I emeritshat t the Toeme Wader, you Foear Ittle patriot.
M el ii ai 4l" e wouM ld never suffer from kidney, blad- Sought to determine. I
A"l 111 he G ory 1 older of rheumatic trouble. Si bottle two If the Irish hold sizsers -
Ef thae MW A a a a ha month's treatment Sold by druggists As long as a German .............3
we ibn r l UB 11s1 mm1 m or by maiL Send for testimonials. Dr.
As t a| l me .arhr e i W. Hall, t292 OUlve Street, St All the survivors
JWWw a SiOgtel e" "r C. e. PLgri Louis, Mo. Were fairly agog 1
-.Msibe ~ .OiOra rM, SO. mieina ta Pe t'a Ti To touch off a -skyrocket -
S_ L I Wi .eas Wetberbmee.- CALM AND CONFIDENT Tied to a dog.... .-...............2
TM D- Y, I it-' Acs ':tk. o wre e ue mydi M- Two little patriots.
'Oevil Wright Guided His Flying Me- Vie. be ing, boys, 1
isa ao pheeo t WeN "' s er la sameert. hi Over the Heods of the To see who could make
p~ at Sa '- -i ie l't y e CrWd atAh Frt M The most singular noie..........
.msmin Cualv o f I w.7 411 11e0180p1m4 by superltendent. Washington, D. C_ July 3.-Calm.
The G A a laa am le si Clude ot'-i Bet players. coaident and nerveless, Orville One little shaver,
agrngHg M9 o !ISdiLmt" i "Paul's wait g and Wright yesterday encircled the Fort The last to be nipped. I
g ei i il BWde lBer W I Myer drill grounds time after time In Lighted the fuse in his -
SM is t Imas the Me tatle a the U4talk by ..uees Spemer. his aeroplane In three sutctessful cannon, and slipped ..... ........ .
aV go 1-1(4 -ps thp atrial 'saperla- lahts. while a crowd of thousands
t -~,M -.i. -- a r. ,' cheered him for the success that at- July Is the month of human progress.
: it s16 peoat, Mat. 1: 14. tended his perasisteney and pluck. -As there can be no progress unless
3 g-. e I /- ~Iig om.n While the machine oscillated at cer- everybody i. hot and mad, so it is to

ha& ooaan uft. e.foregel t tin
.ito f JW h 1 i tt l ai bl o itale points in its flight and dipped July that we must look for getting
ga-h I-fes et' see adh- -Ie Nsa and rose suddenly at other points, it anywhere at all. "Heaven for climate.
m as aw n u st Ms a dl, Nai p layer o ate rao was evident from the regularity with but hell for company." said the prophet.
t wwM t e a man J R. which these things happened that June forever, but July for growth, says
S Tk g t ae they were due to the condition of the your tncle aoeon
I i a th au l jt ihp. atmosphere and not to any fault of The ancients esteemed July above all
4the machine. the other months. To Rome it gave)
7 7 rt V- T AT kK TI H RAL imperial Caesar, the flghtingest man
Mlt ----- who ever lived. Marc Anthony. who
U i to eagate ha:l New .To JX- HMg-. Ra Rakla. D. D., I. D. t m changed the name of the month from
S*W a M M __ I o Quintillus to July, said if Caesar had
a... Dr. altte 6 0. lak d t1a lB., iMpt@ Israel I 5I opened his eyes anywhere else on the
a SH. aemiat W.. 4 babt ftty wariamgs tenll: IN JaBtl aa Il Ch& calendar he probably would have been
t b --l lsby, e ai- I me--t I nmilag years 4 b b sy o ft W. a mollycoddle and Rome would have
a N-M aa4 o-a me' pe*t O aOrM aesi anthy tears; I had woman suffrage. The Celts, who
me of the bmeome l l h etms that of sMera wl W by laud or sea. have made fewer mistakes than any
,rl a-. m Im.m-ey he e mn.d- Watak btween thy sNol aMd me! A S they other race, made July the beginning of
Ie I p ipiaeM allei resea es"o --.r o ii the year, and John Hancock. who was
triMrat al. paw *Mt the violet, first to sign the Declaration of Inde-
-b --W wih se me alag's wet, pendence. said that credit for the
Sh~~~f s oI -desr a | CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING stampede to that historic revolt did not
1* M M e *ta*, thei -r TM aryra le 1 11 BoIm1B1L ---0 beyond to him, but tc the weather.
am hisory, ev@Mn the s mo e withb a whd aWis lanMd Or ma How Is that. This is not an auto- The lowy worm
l l _.l. o blqtesM thy el si ad me! mobile, but one of those new 8-Inch Wel t hake aTrace
mWeek- waho ^ Westinghouse electric fans that I Ad sla i rei, n
*to 66 4166f' it Who Mr fJ 3tShe W 5roS habe "ust received. Let me place one th Ve; robte
A "wor two of- them. In Your home or on The
00 *k H.i 'Ttruua' s opplyownh.n Will nitfbe cries a
t.lWhatsupple' lES And kipper half
S *- TeeThlng' children have more or, s A dozen drys;
%"--'-/ '-.i ,. . .'ha loe whot c er
M ooy at d ame. dilarh.ets which can be controlled i t. What with thruath'
WNW, . *-." "...g 1 -* .tch ,3 C.amberlaln's CoUmc Cholera '* And blows, will kill
|7i^S^^ _~b _et .. Rme. oand Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is Himself some trusts.
S I as i thp o .ad s land; nece ry is to givethe prescribed And the swimming pupi
111 0- --.- aim mle. i s Sundered when by kid or M dose after each operation of the bow- Bn rne and red
W e n io-. *eomnam li his between thy sao t a rd me! elm more than natural and then castor w ill ce his dad
oChater, who esis m l:4 to cleanse the system. It is safe Around- he shed
To all of which nobody much can
SWATCH OR THE RED WAGONS make the least objection. We never
Shall get anywhere except In that di-

tI m *ai 6 I strets rtl c The compa rinurnt rise and tazke
the tftvdlin imaU also sblpplag fro*m the plant uadd hair off. We Wener shall reform a thing
p t.-o--if to selling to the trade in la.ntile~d.t until e have a ruetw in which we
U .thA. "omBa"ya ad. elsewhere in this get our dahnder up and compass some
e1 m. Te ice Is tIade rrnm pure destruction. And while most everything
aleKT I tl '& rl rea 4p -i^ tmbl o me POSITION WANTED-A saw mill Witehatt watboe er e' lketo
S -... .the ethiO tral. I geele s l woods rider wants a poition; can have a dollar bill jump upon and fright
4B.- y .ad h the a expramed for give best of references, namely: J. D. us, or a hundred dollars, we will say.
S* thuM trals by met eRly the traveling Scruggs, of the McGebee Lumber Co.* come close enough to bite us. It's been

Iteehe I Hwle be-e ceaw l hme -- on people find It, since money did
stea a71 Its. lJhee tr^ ap- ^not run on sight, with its tall Jammed

Ocals la Isthami 5et they leave towm The tadpole in the bog
to .hl a,.ebsigi thba obtaiable l Will thank whatever gods may be
Oeals. Ocalaltes are patriotic for their bpr making 'him a frog.
>4 dt a %Saeqegal ther show ft The bobolink 'will dwell upon

. ".. It Is up to the mer- Such bliss as we are In,
.... heihoWn lts: r =ity to ofe as great I_- And the sun will sail summer skies.
M.ts as pe tud elsewhere. With the perspiration in his eyes
'and the It; but f they And dripping from his chin.
tr es wot r t h us r erte is no tg Upon the FoUth, as patriots and pa-
rl i s e i lm triots' descendants, the usual burnt of-
l pro bly bi otsaf OWuArd to Mr. ferings are due to independence; and
isan" t --here s mno aer advertise. having shot each other up to our own
Samot m a i g antrais radia t- .-uatiaction, and shown the foreign ro
'y 2 by:" i"* ait i i lea" of e oathe -- -- at hand Just how we look in action.
s te ra to beast I it n well pile the victims in a heap, unfurl
1 tle qhipVl iH-a.d- m toT HY a flRag above It, and ask Japan and all
To* 437" "Mat initoTH EYFIT THE LIPS UKE KISSES the rest if they want any of it.
... tm"t--AIIl l I Fat. adtaste as sweet. Tat's why SBles Chances thgat the will are w scarcely
Point of A Citie lazhs and l awmr's Cradles I half worth elaboration. If we could shoot
i-and pou-nd boes are so popular. Pure like that in only decent celebration of
fect -.iEUseery Is free frm asd4tem- upon the shelf, once did for us, what
%W* I.o-- -"..3. my bro thu. 3 m I Iwholesome ad healthf-l a rnid we do for liberty itself?
wasm'lV: lq "- S mhis rk halth-d 3wa kind- of e Cfctgloary b This will bet about the last year that
I. lk IUSUl f mJ W hb ,.wtt wa leved to be Prults, Cold Drinks, Cigare and News- the FbUrth of July will be observed to
-, f":Y -" wrtes U pep, any great ei0nt Fireworks are al-
S 'e ready forbidden' In many cities, and
.-a ..--. ... AT BALLjARD'S w itthn another year the movement wiln
u*j Hl BMJ P rn O ev dotrIU famd probably have spad wherever par-
W- t be -p hr. umd N*in Nw Pent, desire to preserve their children.
De a c b .There I in fact. a much better day In
smuw1 VT Hz WOu.Wott l aW .*k" a Vwtt.aMt todayh6k the month which can be observed to
S.' i q p a'A e a nd the ser-st much better purpose. This is St.
wi OW'" br'so how benoirt rg eo- Swithius Day. which comes on the
& 4gff(!t jp1OII hage e molan colse3. bremehitia Em1th.The object of St. Within's Day
SL. t 5 aD r omehal af- .VIP Is a concerted prayer for rain. and If
mc ift s 1ad t. Trial bottle fre. the prayer is answered It is supposed
b anto rain daily for the next 40 days.
Wherever St. Swithfn's has been ob-
SIT WAD LA- I served In this country, It has already
become a formidable rival of the 4th.
Indeed. it is said that they do not com-
h060 a e shotad Instantly ked by pare for enthusiasm, which !s not sur-
W.P.Mime NI XAaMe prising, for as a rule what we really,
.The iwhie need in this country in July is rain.
"" l ON i a" I M ~ ie it After the 22d the month will be un-
She i teem smawp It aBt Bder the influenCe of eo the Lion. tho,
bei i imbi-n -dd- it nobad fifth sign of the zodiac, and a day r
e plfably t pointed it t so later it will also come undir, tht in-





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We have a complete stock of all kiis of OICapem Tiom of l*-
Also tools for workmen in most of tOe A -ad- m Our pb aaI
guaranteed and will be a good I'iiiT t. C1 In atmilokowm
will find what you want, and at reu pCi d

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The Mario Hardware
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"Land of the Sky" WAYNE8 VILLE, N. C. &Uetituie d eet
On the Southern Rallwhy. one hour from AshrwIle. Capacity 20 umetsb
No consumptives. Hot and Cold Salp hut Baths, Musle, B. u~ allndm-l
Sipcial attention to mountain parties fipeclal pi ty and t rates. Ft
4aformation address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Flinerfy i orf Keil'
worth Inn, Ashctille.) .
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Will prepare you for a position a alk
Atenographer. Bank Clerk or Telegrapher. Many of Maril county bright-
*-t young meir and women are g -as ate# of th In-lit s'
hibh and responsible position. A ps tCial rate of$9 ra
course, tuition, books, and board and todginr t4ur p I'arty 04
dollars for tuition alone. Enter any time. Cataloue and pe penemeea fre.

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Notkeis salwhrgies
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fnkcftsa" bl ades appookom..
tax deed to b~ n e-mmse~
law. idt
lowmeag e~esm"pr~ely ettoetmd I*
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'The saWin" ud

kme mid oeerltlate sh"to lhaye
smcodlag to law. to dadw U -ic --
there.ow, the 5th f4mgsed b~A~
Witmommyofem mam
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tswAMLaws of Prids,
Notale is hereby given ts .ea
Wood. purehiner aoftax -'-"-eg op
71K do"4 tL r& 41. he a .M "
1L. has l ed sai erW~.t -. _
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axz deed to lasue i acoordames with .
law. Bald certmfeate embrace the
fodowlag described property atta ted
It Mariom couny, Flor. to-wt: --
C-s a a-d s on s side ofi w f w atw--
sec 1l tp 14 sr 21 e. The alda I '
belmg aaaful as thie a ofs at th inr.
suanee of sueh epuseate In th name n a
of uakaowa. TUnlq said eMrtlea
shal be redeemed aordifs S ,-
tax deed win Ie o r -AM te -
2rd day of Ju. ... .D a.. /
sealthi s the ith day t Jn A. L.
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tax deed to Ueis la amr6aow aw.
law. "M ert at. -.erus.

No cl. e of sw cer aw t ee I 1,7 e,
rIe, theme al-e7Taehaa
chi w 1u. chS-aw acres. The- mIa
land beiMg aaem dM at the date s L
esme o sf swuch etsei n B e i -
mi a of D. 3E.llmbda i '..em

reading to law, tax aa wt I-
thereaw oa the 5th day of IA, a
to Mek INW*Odt--0b4
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One Quart LO $

Four QuArts $8.50

Delivered $&75

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qwaWi. Re"gu la iy on, ke by -0- w-Red
Wagem Delivery. Ordefs fa 4btt~d waWe
fee ddmkimg pupals sal im #& Qw
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WeAern Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mutton, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnipe, Beets.
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions


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Best Medium Priced Hotel in the City.

Table is always supplied with the best the market afford.
kiled cooking, careful attention to the wants of the guest.
Good rooms and comfortable beds. '
.' special ales -by Week or M M ,

I will buy ai kInds of Junk-Iron, Steel, Brass. Co
tin, If.t Rubber, Bagging, barrels. I, weather, Etc.; old
lers, -Rall. tc, whether as second-hand or scrap am
hhest rice In cash for same. Write or call on me and hl
what you have and were It is located.
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u of P. meet Monday evening.
- Odd Pdlows meet Tuesday g nit.
S-Iagles meet Wednesday evening.
Red Men meet Thursday evening.
Wooden meet newt Friday night.
.Mr. E. C. McLeod of Kendrick is at
the Montezuma.
Planksa Chill Tonle. guaranteed to
eure chb sand fever. 25 cents.
Mr. C. A. Davis of Jacksonville is at
t*e Montezufa.
A new line of popular priced books
Just In at the Oeala News Co.
Mr. B. B. McWhIte of Summerfleld.
was at the Ocala House last night.
6 or 0 fdomes will cure any case
of Chals and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. S. H. Dempsey of Ga-nesvllle,
lI at the Ocala Roem.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. F. P. Boynton of Orange Lake.
Is a guest of the Ocala House.
5 or 4 doses GWf will cure any case
eo chills and fever. Price. 25c.
Mr. D. B. McKay of Jacksonville. Is
at the Ocala House.
s Mr. C. 0. Connor and family return-
ed today from a visit to Electra.
.A few of those Diamond Edge Safety
SRazors left at the Court Pharmacy.
. Capt. T. H. Johnson left today to join
his family at White Springs.
5 or 6 doses 6W will cure any case
of chills and fever. Price, 2Sc.
Edwards! meat market will close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
Captain John L. Inglis came up
-from Rockwell today.
Mr. W. J. Edwards, after a two-
days visit to Oeala, returned to Ir-
vine today.
Try a box of that sunburn cream,
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court

Mrs. Mazle Lyles and pretty
daughter, have returned from
visit to frleads in Gainesville.


Take one of those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at 40 court pharmacy.
Mrs. T. D. Wray of Columbia, S. C..
is In the city, the guest of Mrs. M. C.
. Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co
general agents.
Messrs. S. A. Weburn and C. D. Den-
ngs. of Galnesville. are guests of the
.6la .ouse.
.A new shipment of that famous Al-
plan FlaX Just received at the Court
ir. Thomas Ray. Jr.. of Rockwell.
was In town today, a guest of the
Oeala House.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of .those t-Inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mr. Virgil Rogers of Atlanta, adver-
tising representative of the Coca-Cola
company, was in town today.
We have the nicest hne of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
eles lt the eity. Tydings & Co.
'Mr. Nathan Mayo, of the McGehee
Company of Summerfleld and Belle-
view was In town last night.
Mr. F. G. Watson and Mr. G. M.
Shumate of Coleman, are guests of the
rThe Ocala News Co. are agents for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
can fit you. Give us a trial.
Mr. 8. C. Mayo, Mr. F. T. Park and
Mr. 8. S. Boynton, of Reddick. are
guests of the Mentesuma.
-. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
"tI sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Mr. B. C. Poe a turpentine operator
from Higley, was a guest of the Mon-
tezuma yesterday.
When in need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
Mr. ILR. L. Kennerly. of Palatka and
sheriff of Putnam county, was in town
today on business with Sheriff J. P.
When the stomach falls to per-
form Its functions, the bowels become
deranged, the liver and the kidneys
congested, causing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be re-
stored to healthy condition and Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
can be depended upon to do it. Easy
to take and most effective.

Devoted to Floridas Agricultural, Horticul-

at the Montezuma hotel. ----m n. . .. I
Mr. T. J. McQualg. of LEawsem, e e atI Bhesr, pe r 01 t .o
FAN BARGAINS l Biof ii in-t i the sucsful melon and truck grw- No. W, at h A 4
An BAG Iinh WestiNghuse eciced by Honme Peee ers, was In town today and said V the D. 131, hee -a saM .
SAn AghInch Westnhouse electric rais ad done me- a ar a .M me
fan that Is positively guaranteed to rnldd seto Ist t i -a '
burn only three cents worth of elec- MEW MrU deal DAT . of good-.. rtl .iS -1
tricity in ten hours steady runnIng. l &nd -- W wlw. a ea-- mbae
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the Dew reI at 7:'. p. m. re er. ednsday nlght Will py t a iS es-ty. .
electrical supply man. M ---_ .. liberal reward for Its return to O P. [ O w s el s os ees l h :Inmd
INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS ---- -n Dodam ia, at g e W W .
I have just received a lot -of the Am~dsdmn e a10 nsd 5 Oe Mr. lake Gerig will mpeftonate the maee. The sa0 d 1a4 be-i S-1 -.
celebrated Halophane glass shades for ecluse In the ca, to he giveM 9t ONtm o0 A t0h1. 11l~ ll 4 -
electric lights. These shades Incremase W i I ednesday night at the armory rv- ertileats In the asm e eo A. A. 7W
your light power 75 per cent Try L W. IITvM. IErw Imi erybody knows Jake. They admaire his Unless said ear- ateOs ha e e1 y
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup- voice. They will all want to hetr im m. heibe- -l. to S WO t A1Wt WE
ply man. His Impersonation ot th "-ati'af*r" ee thrm enSa the ih AA '
WEATHER FORECAST wi overshadow his ftame to the A. D. 1-0.
Get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Ha- grasshoper on the sweet potat. vi t. Wies tm a011 al4 16 -
zel Salve when you ask for It There Washington, July -Showers to- ai- dIl thds the 14th dy e 5m,..A. ;
r are a great many imitations,but there night or Sunday. Your p tscrlpons when left t the I .. i' '
is just one originaL This salve is good cowmt Pharbm y, ae w mwiar-ee4Ci Okteo i et Cw O t -g r-
for anything where a salve Is needed A MILLONAIY f re and fresh dr Phe ; _
to be used., but is especially good for attended by the highest prIced baby we'll ,call for and deliver yo ur IIp F Are - _ '"
piles. Sold by all druggists., specialist could not be cured or stom- scriptlons. pte -nf W,
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or 0r LV 1 h_
R. C. Davis & of Ja surer than your baby If you give it R. C. Mavis & Co. -o ft.
e handle silk typewriter ribbons. T e.McGee's Baby Elitar. Cres diarr- llm sell n ma ke of fi-,sed -m-t, N-r- - .
each; $7.50 per dos*. hoes, dysentery and all derangements typewriter up easy terms t d 2 An 1. m
of the stomach or bowels. Price 265 e. a.Ses i.n my es .a mh m sM n
Do not forget that you can find any- cents and 5W cents. Sold by a drug- agineer Webb, who was on the pile n s m t dax eed t"eins Io- s
thing you want in crockery and glass- gists. melee train into Ocala during the oa- wih law. --t e"-,U *.
ware at the Ocala News Co. am, has been suffering a spell |et a the t eaw IN dse e
TYPEWRITER BARGAIN sickness, but Is up aalin and sat wil re- -ty ihe ad in Marmeli
There will be a chorus of 40 voices --- turn to the Bast Coast to resume his l --wit: w 01W m. .
and a dozen of our leading musical por $* spot cash second-hand Call- run thete. 8011 mts _5 _1 3_ -
amateur performers on the stage In graph typewriter; worth fully tS2 2m 22 I.'l --
the rendition of the "Flower Queen" want the room. Apply immediately. Capatie Reagan and his sobsn-I-.lavw, th e 1 lt e -: .
at the armory Wednesday night, July star. Mr. Tom Johnson of Brooksv were
7th. o town Friday accopaed by their .b u sa9i l .1 4W
The best pills made are DeWtts wives, who will spend the summer at e brenad ee . -
Mrs. Avery. an aged lady, desires to Little Early Risers, the famos lutt West Cheater d w e
make rug quilts, darning or mending. liver pills. They are sm-ll, gUe dmt Jdly. A.. 1- '
She is a deserving woman woman, pleasant, easy to take and act prompt- Many people with chronic e whrt m y m A
years old. but strong and active, ex- ly. They are sold by all druggsts. and lung trouble have found eemOmt1 th th 0 -


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Dr. W. H. Powers remains about the Pait hadld ige WI%
same today as we go to press as he J I T A U4 a" ; f ....I
was yesterday afternoon. He railed
this morning and seemed temporarily M the b
better. He Is very low. however, and iUan!whoa ha1 t1m lt rls S01
the end cannot be long delayed at beast.Lca I E IahitV E I ar I -' J
The family, nurse and the physicians A o Sa*- t
are doing all that love and scence can 111_atagI g
do to prolong his lite. Bri&kCheesa sl PrvemSa .
FIRE IN THE HOLDER BLOCK '. ___th "e lr i. oatk -tod- ""
RtChem- a the w e" 3 g. I W
Early this morning smoke was seen thnt aabA the wn wis .-..-
comin from the basement of the Hol.* Famer S Umge t tmhe wirreat he f th P 4ON
der block, where the furnace and ele- ta 'lIj 1 Mr i antalm y alhl- gi
vator motor are located. Mr. W. (. B gO UM tMmiAnt the pilt. was p ~s "
Martin went over to the fire station told Mm to be carefL Mr. Tm '
and informed Mr. Chambers without Seu t ar fu Ha aw asked hie m ift he was mag wh|h B aus
turning in an alarm. The firemen the lve wire, and Mo spmd that
took the chemical engine and the tar Breakfast Bacom he was
hook and ladder wagon and were on SOn after limri to .th a
the scene Immediately. The electric in I Week beam, a sae of at Ist M At ... .
light plant was notified and the er- r- m fn the paevteAt, he ansom the
rent was cut off, the fire being shortly wires and strek the lie e the t *
extinguished. thing. He was heard ft ery .e
The rains of yesterday and last night the OWN ga al f
overflowed the street or alley back of I d was -t* U r h who .g.
the building and water poured Into the I b a few m -a- a- e ---
cement lined basement until It stood 1 0 a tt c E I he di h h -11" ''
several Inches deep on the floor. This EI t wUK parted a81 ha 1
formed a short circuit, charged the hrtling hrogh spee a th .
water with electricity and set the pavOmeat below. which he igk -'
motor on fire. The sparks and _lame _-.-" his ftee ad ehbet.
rom this set the wood work on fire The hbyairn- nhd tgo s- a- loW '[]
and quite a bit of damage was done. THE CANTATA e Me r Ahl ad" < st d
In addition to the damage to the big a vehicle to take d M tothe ,-- -
motor, which has been considerably The ladies of Grace Episcopal church Hle still wiO V I on t ..
Injured and will put the elevator ser- who are putting on a very Inateresting l ellac a handa. ue or tw t h b
vice out of business for a few days. cantata, under the supervision of Mrs. W" be -a 'm HsLN
Ellis, will present the same Wedoes- a a IttiUe be Ae Was tos t-a
OFF ON A FINE TRIP day night at the armory. This is an away. In' a very s t Ame he. w s
opportunity to pass a pleasant even- In the hlpital and was rwchbag wBV
Dr. William Anderson, who was Mr. the media attention t a p ae
Stephen Jewett's alternate to the to reader him by Doctors Der 'g
Grand Lodge of Elks, which meets In IF IT DooEST RAIN Walter HElad- -.
a few days in Los Angeles. Calif.. left Bord oei lncovd s -
today for that city to attend the meet- The Air Dome will be opent ths' ea_ b ve- of
away just at this time. Mrs. Ander- In. ond there will be 3.M feet of me eral secoig inolln to hlB r ,' :_
son accompanied the doctor on the pictures. three meL. ah h0toe sb e
trip. They will visit other Pacific be unhurt tamtsally. S a N It ag A.. .a lg
coast cities while gone. EMBROIDERY SALE ttere was Wot a lNib w. -
At G. A. Nash's, coamencm Monday, was41 a an*
June th and lasting one week. eternal al s" being the mot a-
best values ever shown In Ocala. a -V.- 111-. 0 k ONM--- --
and 4 Inch, Sc; 6 to 9 tech. lc; 12 l
TO ITH GENERAL IBhUC c1h.. g te I m ..t...... m in the city --- 'and
O TE GAL h .he. o recow, from his Injuries, either
GOVERNMENT MAN COMINGN froQ tb l Mor the eleetriehlt hathe "AA I :f A
...._name belnt eno ug to br ekd W ,, ..
A telegram was received this morn- it will be men oa the mi icles .s -
GENTLEMEN AND LADIES: lng stating that a United States vet- sImiall e in eeetas.-
erinarian left New Orleans last night Later
Having urchased the Ocala for Ocala to consult with Dr. Mahafey, MoNe Be"a died at 2 o'elod0kl)s at.- g
ang puthe state veterinarian. In the mat- ternoon, sakiang very rapily wha Sm
Pressing Club and desring to ter of the glanders among the Ocala the end neaced.
tinue service as before, remsdl TME STORM AT T4E LAKCL, -lm ,ae
and improve on same wre As the Pourtn or July will fall on At Lake Weir yesterday last alt g .
best needed, I ask for a liberal Sunday this year, under the law Mba- and night befte -s- the rlf man s
day, the rffth, will be a legal holiday, the longest and heaviest known a J ..
sharw of your patronagThe banks of the city, therefore, will many years. The lae- has rIh al J r l.
be closed for business on that day. most 12 Inches, waet wl\ e ai.1 e--
Respectfully, news to the ump peple1u0iee tl -i
BIRTHDAY PA.J. Y and around the lake. the water h
bBeRTHDAY PARJY st ecel fora g umbw .
W F. MARLOW Little Marie Louise Robertson, has b' M ', .. la -
issued Invitations, to hert ya ungpesur ,ftr&th'latb 1 ,4
- - -- friends to a birthday party, Monday, a.gts jIw -X*Il(dk o
July 5th, at the home of her parents 3bea3utIful i .." 0lM.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING Mr. and Mrs. Lanter Robertso ., to cel. her mt oolng t eMt b
IRONS ON TRIAL her t tayDick new jiat .gq d tryI.k
I will place an electric smoothlang GYMNASIUM CLOSED took
Iron in your home on a few days' trial, DURING THE SUMMER fatumlin than Mr. Maewass seL ut
upon request at my office, or by card worse than Mr. M in a s. ves" sl
or phone. They are the the greatest The members of the Osceola Athlet- She is In a dan*Erus -osito n an
little thng In the home, especially In le AsoclatlOn will please take notice not resting at all easy. as they sAA
hot weather. Conin-ct the cord with that the gymnasium will be closd of thu g lmnes will the g ahoe OTIC O- 5 .rISS7? ,Wl_. ;" .
one of your light drops and In a few from July 1st to Oct. 1st on account of oro Carney. In-vestmnt Compa tL .
minutes the iron Is hot. No moke the hot weather. L. W. Duvaly." The carsrney nvestment CompS 9- Ob aws 01e Is '
Ar trbt bnt i R et e oat also went adrift, but was nis bt s* Ist eb -t wh m w
or dirt and Lt only wh er- it l o ered with little amae heavy Bwe. J ,_ 2 g I -ft' ".
wanted. H. W. TUCKER. Mrs. J. M. McCoy and her ptty ft-
HOUSES FOR RENT tIe daughter, Unor, left yesterday tor s"e. -.-m' ,.. l 'r.y_.---y---
Moder cottages, all convenence. Valdosta, to joIn Mr. McCoy, who .wm Wasno__a'_,_. '2 -I,.,, -, +|
well located and new. Apply to Joe.- make his summer headquarters in tht a 3S
eph Bell, at court house -

is what could truthfully be said of Belleview today to attend the Fourth .o e.a.nt oMee r- ft ll .... up 4 5 -
many children who die. They have of July celebration and picnIc. breakwater and a awal. ad at th date the ia .
worms, poor little things-they don't ce rtl kt a i sm a
know it and you don't realise It. If Mrs. George Pasteur will ass-me the klein i a Is- ha ,
your child is croes, .fretful, pasty .. har-c--ter of the "Ross" in the ca-n^Iewtt iN -1 . ,
complexloned and loses weight for TUM I 3 mupmm tata to be given at the amory July i to .Is. ta 4Ua 1w 41m (IkT -
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur- A sige and has a r lcar v4s WtIe5s a nl t .
praised at the results and how quickly Mal thi the IN d1 Si iJnW^,h .
Ijt picks up. Sold by all druggists. Mr. J. W. Sylvester and Miss ay .
HOSEF OR.RN.* __Sylvester Mr. and Mrs. Chau. 3. 1-- C* O t 5i X .
~~~ HOUSE FOR RENT Mbreath and little Marta wet dows to
or rent an egOt-roeO residence 'e. astlahe this afternoon, where they m -C- OF APPLUA ,
m-ll located on South Third street. l MUSIC lrl spend a couple of wmkbs, havin Tm e M 'dN eI" MI .. ,
ApniPl to P. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph, ted a cottage. h 4 d i

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* i the Cirseut Court, Marion County,
^ Ploedl& Chaacery,
The s' P. Deabam, as Trustee vs.
OlnWha Fimit Comeany, et aL
Ssrs ad all persons claim-
.- W s& and by virtue of the trust
a". athe complalaant In the
a. MS sJeld muse. or e laimsg other-
win a epaM or ownership of any
S e the blan d ad personal property n-
veased sthswe and to all whom It may
YTe, d each ef you, are hereby
-a-S-ed to presast your bonds. cou-
paeusn and C Sme ider the trust set
up by t W emp-sBlu at In the -above
ae e ausms, ean also claims of liens
a, er o4f ownership of any of-the
lunda a persmas properties described
S In er thit involve uajer oath ta
k: the sled, aa seelal master
Is .- in O s a r the said cause In ac
ositeim with w the te am of a decree
.1here e re dered In the above stat-
4d e eor before the Mtbh day of
JuM A, D. IM at my office to the
' hy at Oeai, Marlon county. Florida
er. .etherWs. the same shall he for-
And y s en. heby further notlaed

ministrator and will apply for dis-
charge as administrator of said estate.
George Giles,
As Administrator of the Estate of
John Kinsler.
October 14th, 1-S.
Tax Deed Under Setin Chapter
4Mn, Laws of Flelat
Notice Is hereby given that E. P.
Thagard, purchaser of tax certificates
Nos. 22. 234, 247, 416. 489. 491. s22,
523. 525. 319. 56s. dated the third day
of June. A. D. 1907, has Aled said cer-
tificates In my office and has made
application for tix deed to Issue In
accordance with law. Said certifl-
cates embrace-the following described
property, situated In Marion county,
Florida, to-wit:
ne% of se%, section 32, township
15, range 22.
se% of ne% and ne% of se% of see-
tion 1; 40 chains e and w by 25 chains
n and s in se corner of section 18,
township 12. range 20.
s% of sw% of section 35. township
14, range 19.-
e% of ne% of section 4, township
15, range 19.

gr "B1d hIm out with the whole
Mtr Chiteobal. or It shall be his
-la' I tsk Ito escort his dear friends
back to ther famly drdeL."
Bes totd,. SBarea faltered no
Iager. A ship's lifeboat had been
driven ashm lower down the coast
Femtee men had landed. They were
capturd by the Indian after a useless
rateistanme In which three were killed.
The dead men supplied a ghoulish
aAt sdit day. and the others were
bound seouely a placed In a cave
in order to be killed at Intervals, an
e parallel to the fate of Suaree's
ow m eOmn sM Ae years earlier.
at O this occslon a woman Inter-
T id. bam eoafned very relu-
taoly that there was a girl toin the
tribe to whom he had taught some
weda of hti own language. He
dared that the relations between
tha were those of master and serv-
ant, but the poor creature had fallen
In love with him and had become near-
ly tratic with grief when he disap-
peared. It was discult to analyse her
motives, but ashe ad undoubtedly freed
the elem aalors and led them over
the smeks at low water to a cave on
Guanaeo bill, believed by the Indiana
to be haunted. The Indiana dared not
follow, but they took good car that
no canoes were obtaInable In which
the unhappy fugitives could reach the
ahp, and they were confident that
heaWr would oon drive them forth.
Courtemmy's brow became black with

anger when he understood the sigefl-
'euaea of thi staggering story.
"It comes to this" be said to Chris-


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*adM ol- Ilsing those on the ship
to cartata death."
Mr. Bomerille was stricken dumb.
The Amnrlean's shooting of two men
en White Horse Island had naturally
called for a complete explanation on
hi part, and be did not know bow to
&nm er BeWs question. Before shbe
could gotber her wits Isobel inter-
"If yo had bee in that boat dear."
she said sweetly, "you would reallse
the topsy turvy condition of our brains.
vwe Mr Gray himself, the coolest
ma on beesd, Imagined we might sink
any moment, so what can you expect
at those excitable Chileans? What are
the deveades you spoke of r
"We some paced dynamite
amaon the coaL"
"Bat who would do such a thing?'
"That s hard to say. The eaptati
beMtes that the culprit wMl be found
out through the insurance policies.
Youo cae tell how surprised I was
to hear hi- meaton Ventana's name
I connection with It."
"Ventana's name!
The blood ebbed away from Isobel's
cheeks. leaving her pallid as a statue.
Thee was a gasp in her voice which
startled her own ears. Lest her agita-
tm should be noted too keenly she
beat forward sad propped her face on
her clinched bands, tearing fixedly at
the distant ellffs n a supreme effort to
appear apathetic. Vae heard that dry
sob, but her friend's seeming Indiffer-
uen mhbled her.
"Tes," she said wondering a little
whether or not Christobars veiled hint
regarding a bygon tenderness between
the two might account for Isobel's hys-
tesal otburst on the night of the
ahp's breakdown. So, pondering on-
spoken thoughts the while, sabe told the
Others exactly what Tollemache, Chris-
tobal and Courtemay had said and even
revealed to them that which Courtenay
himself did not yet know.
"You remember the poor fellow who
got Into trouble soon after we sailed
from Valparalso?" she said. "His name
s Frascuelo. He was wounded again
in loat night fight. but not seriously,
and ie and I are quite chums. He as-
mes -m that be was drugged by a
man named Jose Anasceto, who took
his place among the coal trimmers"-
"Oh, MIsm Maxwell, come -quick!"
screamed Mrs. Somerville. for lsobel
bhad lurched sideways out of her chair
In a fainting t, and the missionary's
wife was barely able to save her head
from striking the ship's rails.
Joey was ahot out of Elsle's lap with
neeh surprising speed that he trotted
away without any exhibition of lame-
nes. He was quite disgusted for at
least ive slantes, but It Is reasonable
to suppose that a dog of his Intelli-
gne woueald brighten up when he
heard the wholly unlocked for story
whik Christobal was translating to
Courtenay word. for word as it was
dra d hesitatingly out of Suarez.
The Argentine miner had been badly
Injured during the struggle for posses-
loam of the promenade deck. Owing to
loss of cmoni meMs, Upplemented by
am awkward fall, he might have chok-
ed to death had he not been rescued
within a few minutes. He wad very ill
al night, and It was not until midday
that he recovered sumclent strength to
eable him to question the Indiana on

Courteay wished speelally to find
out whet chance If any, therem was of
t lacM of attack being renewed.
It was obvlois that some of the
maimed *dl" a -eenzd Suares,
aetwitebeadlng his changed appear-
ance, the intant he spoke to them. At
oce thy b t to an excited

arted by the tidings they conveyed
that he stanuatnrcd a good deal and
seemed to founder nto giving the Span-

"Ths felow telng a )st as
mek as he thtin s it I good for ts to

the intsepriee avoided his aseming

The Badeof

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(elboat's crew. In the first place, be
fully expected that they had been k111-
ed by the Idianu, who would be en-
raged by his own disappearance; see-
ondly. he alone knew how hopeless any
attempt at a rescue must prove; final-
ly, he wished to spare the feelings of
those who had befriended him. Of
what avail were useless mind tortur-
Ings re&ardign the hapless beings to
the hands of thesavages?
There was a certain plausibleness In
this reasoning which curbed Courte-
nay's wrath, though It In no way di-
minished his disgust.
"Ask him to ascertain if the Indian~
bellkve the white men are still living."
he said. A fresh series of grunts and
clicks elicited the fact that the smoke
column seen the previous day on Guan-
aco hill had not been created by the
tribe. Suamn begged the senor captain
to remember that he had spoken truly
when be declared that its meaning was
unknown to him. Probably from what
he now learned the girl who threw In
her lot with the sailors had built a fire
Courtenay turned on his h beel and
quitted the cabin. Christobal, well
knowing how the demons of doubt and
despair were alicting Courtenay, fol-
lowed him to the upper deck. Boyle
was In the chart house, and Tolle-
macbe. Each man noted the captain's
troubled face.
Courtenay obtained a telescope.
With the tact which never failed him.
even In such a desperate crisis nl this.
he handed the doctor his binoculars.
Then both men looked at the sumnalt
of Guanaco hilL Though it was highi
noon and the landscape was shimuan.-
Ing In the heat mist created by the nu-
usual power and brilliance of the sun.,
they distinctly saw a thin pillar of
kmoke rising above the trees. Courte-
nay closed his telescope. He made to
approach Boyle, evidently for the pur-
pose of giving some order, when Chris-
tobal said quietly:
"Wait! I have something to say to
you. You ought to remain on the ship.
Let me gor
"Yes, I. After all, It is only a matter
of taking command. One man cannot
go alone. He could not even pull the
lifeboat so far; hence what you can
do I can do, and I have no objection to
dying In that way."
"Why should either of us die?"
"You know better than I how little
chance there is of saving those men.
Too may deem me callous if I suggest
that the reasonable thing would be to
forget the miserable statement you
have just heard. Oh. please hear me to
the end. I am not talking for your sole
benefit, beHieve me. Greatly as I and
all on board are beholden to you. I do
not propose giving my life in your
stead because of my abounding admi-
ration for your many virtues. Well.
then, since Yonu are so impatient as to
be almost rude, I come straight to the
point If you take command of a boat's
crew and endeavor to save the men
Imprisoned over there, you will almost
certainly throw away your life and the
lives of those who help you. In that
event a lady In whom we are both in-
terested will suffer grievously. On the
other hand, if I were killed she would
weep a little, because she has a large
heart, but you would console her. And
the odd thing is that you and I are
fully aware that either you or I must
go off on this fool's esrad. There s
none other to take the vacant place.
Now, have I made myself clear?"
"While I command the Kansas I am
responsible for the well being of the
ship, her crew and her passengers. I
could never forgive myself if I left
those men to the mercy of the Indians.
I cannot permit either you or Tolle-
mache to take a risk which 1 shlrL
Boyle and Walker must remain on
board-lest I falL Now. Chrtstobal.
don't make my duty harder. Shake
hands! I am proud to claim you as a
"Huh," said Boyle, strolling toward
them. "What is It-a bet?" ,
"Yea," laughed Courtenay. from
whose face all doubt had vanished. "a
bet Indeed, and you bold the stakes.
Have you seen the smoke signal yon-

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In treating old running sores, or uaers, it is wel to inau0e their heaig a to
Dr. Piece's AlHeali v If your dru t don't happe tot
stock, send fifty cent, m potae smpes Dr. R. V. Pierce, lad Hot d
gical Institute, Buffalo N. n a large ba of the A-Heag Sale" wd .
you by return post. "-
You can't afford to wept a a n m m s fa
medicine orF KNOWN co now, not c though the urgent dealer rmay nos-
make a little bigger proL Though he offers te wbstiute for a less price y
can't afford to exprment with yewur m Go whim they give you what you m-k
for wit.ut au .- "
* Dr. Pierce's Pleasaint Pellet e and m
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy o candy.

that he could have cried aloud In his
anguish. Big drops of perapiration
stood on his forehead when Coartenay
came to him.
"For God's sake, don't go," sad be
hoarsely. "Do you know you are plac-
ing me on the rack?"
"Your sufferings are of your own
contrivlng. then. Why. man. there's
no reason for all this agony. I have
written to Elsie, briefly explaining mat-
ters. Here is the letter. Give It to
her If I don't return. And now poll
yourself together. I want you to eheer
her. Above all things, don't let her

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Sp r aloe ude the circuit crt of te th after said sa that

brtdo Judicial eireuit of Florida In and for tie event ft e sms antis-

moment 1 can't say goodby. I dout te complainant, and the Oklawana of tra t men i f tle-.eal ea-
C e S r are defe&Andnts tbe amam a bdde t t4.re11 a0diTg
(Continued Next saturday ) s chance om the ty ma y admit, and to the
NOTICE OF SPECIAL succ July teat of e r ata ae of the Mal
MASTEWS SALE said property bemu rae t hetatw
COMORTING WORD aNot icthe s oth door given that under mot f his b the who by
and by virtue o aa, Sa a decree reader- orders of this court, the ositsm of a&
2W@ Spwzrd was left alm e on me ued by the Honorabbe W. IL Bullock, other bidders to be returned by msd
wIda, duriof the irleal hour of alhe th master aft er said l eess of that In
Mbrae. Judicial circuihtofd lorMslin &ad f the event e ue te Nl bUdr s Ins-
know I am leavi tthe ip. n jest m aron country In chancery st dlin Sa the master of. his owaaship of a
To have the paing myselfand ahes of a certain soldcase pending ta or other evidence deMore u-
thinad back remeI could stand thao be entirely fr t Company, The sto-wit: Bein- e sa ae the saider.
Chrom anit Cnoyin ompandanerandJ.. ous unWla win at thell accept the sameand allow
diseases (C o ntinued Next Saturday.) are defendants the owersignep th as bidder credit their ceording as
ny ufferer grateful. To tell how o a e willn the priority may d Baker and to the er,
COMFURTING WORDS eIM, at the sm th door Of the court beod based upon the whole sl
house ) cOala, Marion co ntyh forty th so tendered to the sum o
Many s of Ocala Household Will Find Ida, during the legal hours at sale.*m- oa t ae bid Ia es as of th .
strt. Palatka. la. say "Fo for sale and sell toth twelve highest bid- Lawe eots e th ds

ral months my back had been cars- 1 chalsh a thce property directed ( s) me & b tel a s "f
To have the pains and aches of also hains to sld section lne. thee southed the toalamout of as
bad back remedied; to be entirely free described as follows, to-wit: Begin- inessad ait the sWid peami
from annoying.dange a rous uninary nd at the soue (theast corner of s ac- 50R1 oRfSA1.
diseases as enough to make any kid- tion six (6) n township thirteen (1) t Master n CK"acmry.
dny sufferer grateful. To tell how south nd f rae twenty-one (21) breast. Baker atker
thwas great change can and brought and rualsonning that ta esn other the gooet rs ao r analmnmt

I sat drewn fr an little while I Would lnel of land described therein (6) ta- e to im w!?
about will prove comforting words to gvnein (45) chast t ence north ayn w i A ppie, situtd. In

hunred of Ol rwest o. tve n4thneast corer t o tne Marion ouAnty, lsoid tA-wAt 0
hunr of cala readers. t pick (4) chains to the quarter section
Edward Gravier livin g on passmon line. theace east twen ty) veth (2U) 9Ude 5 I Co cato
street, Palatka, Fla., says "For sev- Chalns, thence south twelve and W IM of Flesid&
eral months my back ad been cgreatest r chan s, tencty-one east twe hen ce (m ) Tie sa land besr at M .
ing me considerable misery. I also charuns to sectio line, these tsoutn h ot this ae ef s % e All.
hax. a laments across my loins, amenessd twenty-seve and -(2?) amn6-1, chance est Un purhad erorfeat i ta It m.

I sat down for and malittle while I would parcel (4 land describe tenere north and tax deed to eorsue to aw, t dase wi,
.cor-me s, .tiff that it was only with particularly described an follqws: Be- law. said certiscate embraces the iel-
t great difficulty that I was abl. to ginning at a point eight (8) Chains lowiag describeS property .ntuate4 in

ve.gre yodticr. If my recommendation and w s 1the n to theat coinrt of bgt- ame tMreo on ty e o th da o J-w
arill th. If I t brinpind relief to pick up any- southeast uate, r of section (6)ty. .
thing, share suffetwing fr would pass throw' In townshp thirteen (13) sath of W% of ne%, tp. Itu r. 24
my uhlein you and cause me the greatest range twenty-one (21) east. thence e. Te sathd lan being .mimed at t
misery. I had often heard of Dean's run west along the quarter section date of the issuance it mb mc nea
Kidney Pilorel and finally procured a line four (4) chals, thee hasouth In the same f M. Cst UHMr.
bo.x. Their use banished the lameness twelve and 5a0-1e chains. thence east Unless said cert leate shalI be-.
and ruorness and made me fee ten om- r recorded chain thence B ook th twelve deee according to law, tg ill

era rlyounger. 25If my recordsmmendation and 5- a to the point of Mbegin-issue thereon the 5th day CCjuliy
will to the means of bringing relief to nDngL situate, lying and being in Ma- AL D. 193.
any persons suffering from kidney rion county, Feoridatsaid lstJ M- Witness my ofsew sigatue
trouble. you are welcome to use It." tioned piece to be Sold subject toth seal this 5th day f tJnac, A.-1
t fromof Charlep 1. Garner against Chas.
Ocala p.(pl(. Call at Tydings & Co's. W. White, dated August 21. I6. sad Clem Circuit court Marhe C&e
dirugstdr, and ask what their custom- recorded ia Minute Book owB at page
For .*u!- by all dealers. Price 560 county, Florida. and now held and
cents. Foste.r-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. owned by defendant. J. IL Williams,
Y. solie agents for the United States. by deed of assignment dated Novem-
......-.. .... h ... n n -...._n a ber 1. l1904. and recorded a Book of

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der?" And be pointed across the bay.
"Yes. Tollemache found It again
twenty minutes sninca"
"It means that eleven of our men
are there, expecting us to save them.
Hoist the ship's answering pennant
from the main yard swung out to star-
board. Build a small fire on the poop
and throw some oil and lampblack on
It. It they don't recognize the pennant
they will understand the smoke. Get
some food and water stowed In the
lifeboat and offer Z5 a head to six men
who will volunteer for a trip ashore."
"I go In charge, of course, sIr?" said
"You remain here and take command
during my absence. I want two re-
volvers for a couple of the crew, and I
shall take my own gun. Please make
all arrangements promptly. I am go-
ing to my cabin for five minutes and
shall start immediately afterward."
This was the captain speaking. His
tone admitted of no contention. Boyle
hurried off, and Courtenay went Into
his quarters.
"What do you think of it?" Chris-
tobal asked Tollemachbe as the latter
appeared to be sauntering after the
chief oecer.
"Oourtenay is a. hard man to stop."
said Tollemaebe, vanishing down the
companion. The Spaniard was left
alone on the bridge. lie paced to and
fro deep In thought. lie scarce dared
probe his own communing. So com-
plex were they. such a queer amaligaw
of noble fear and base expectation.

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