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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
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Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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 )
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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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Volume ID: VID03212
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 19M.


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Wm~fhlIte-. D. C, July 7--The
Tldted State asate hu e agaim hear
the story of the harvester trust, the
, friend Sa a of the romlaHm party.
To deaf ears on the majority side of
Athe siate, Besater Stm of Mlimour


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thie and attention, as our stock and
elAteMe for supplying large and small
rdes will amply attest. Whether
yoarwant a lead penac or a huge led-
er a, note book or a letter press, It's
w rth your while to come In, look
around, and compare prices.


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arratd, step by step, the orasa-
tion of "4m.e o the most Infamous In-
d strial smbaloN. I the world."
The harvester -trust e deae to the
agricutura lapem t bsiamesa what
the Standard Oi Company ha dome
to the oil business. Only It has- per-
formed mor work ha the dark thsa
Standard OIL
The Roekefeller of the harvester
trust is J. Pierpo t Morgan, although
t# per cent. of the farmers are not
aware of It The Arm of J. P. Mor-
gan & Co, threuh Georsg W. Per-
kia., organised the InterHnatial Bar.
vester company of -New Jersey Is
19i2. Th1, merger swallowed all the
properties of the McCodck Harvest-
lag Machine company, the Deerlag
Harvesting Machine company, the
Champiom. the Piano, and the Mil-
waukee Harvesting Machine company.
representing N0 per ceat of the besl-
ness of the country. Other smaller
concerns have lace been forteed to
selL Then came the oauStlon of
the International Harvester company
of America, under the laws of Wiscon.
sin. Cyrus H. McCormick is president
and Morgan's man. Perkins s director
of both companies. The New Jersey
corApoati on I the msaastftari% con-
cern and the America is Its selling
agent. The new cotfoiatlou continues
to manufacture the machines of the
various former companies. preserving
their separate makes and Identities,
and sells them at' a uniform price.
There is now no competition as to the
prices on these machines, which are
advanced regularly and systematically.
When a small concern attempts to un-
dersell the trust. It ti swallowed.
Arkansas ha banished the harvest-
er trust from Its state. A commis-
slor appointed by the supreme court
of Kansas has Investigated the Inter-
national Harvester company of Amer-
lea, and In his report finds the con-
cern Is a trust and a monopoly doing
business- In violation of the laws of
the state. An ouster sut is being vig-
orously pressed against the harvester
trust in Missouri by Attorny General
Eliot W. Major.
The legal department of the federal
government refuses steadfastly to
become Interested In the wealth of
damaging evidence that has been tak-
en against the harvester trust. The
harvester trust assists In keeping the
republican party in power, and In re-
turn payment receives excessive pro-
tection, iamunaty from prosecution,
and the privilege of extorting most
any price It wishes from the American
farmer. The trust now controls 86 per
,cent of the Implement business. It was
shown In the senate that the trust was
extorting unreasonable high. prices.
An amendment placing agricultural
Implements on the free list was sub-
mitted and defeated by the Aldrichites.
The wickedness of the harvester
trust is a long, long story. Although
in 107 It elearedt $.000000 in profits,
at the beginning of 1906 It advanced
prices to the wholesaler S per cent
For. example a six-foot binder was
boosted from t$9 to $107.50. Based on
the sales of $46,000,0 In 1907, the 5
per cent Increase would aggregate ap-
proximatey two and one-half million
dollars.
But to secure a good Idea of Mr.
Morgan's creation read part of a speech
made in the senate on January S& 19
by Senator rogh of North Da-
kota:
"At the time this monopoly was
created the average price of a self-
binder to a tarmer In my part of the
country was from $95 to 1106. Today
the same machine cots $14S.
"That is not all. The trust has ob-
talned a control over binding twine,
and over several manufacturing estab-
Ilshments devoted to tite making of
gasolene engines, cream separators
and manure spreaders. They have
also secured a menopely of the harness
business, as well as other necessary
articles that the farmers of the coun-
try must buy.
"At this very hour, Mr. President,
this t.ionopoly l farming implements
is taking a hand ia the politics of the
state of North Dakota. It tis laying Its
wire. at this moment, through Its
trusted polittad agents, to capture and
control the delegates who win repre-
sent that state ia the net republican
national convention.
"Not alone this, but the.*edict has
gone forth from this monopoly that I
am to be defeated for the United
States senate because I had the temer-
Ity to offer a resolution of Investiga-
tion."
Senator Hansoregh revealed the
harvester trust ia congress, and now
his seat in the senate is occupIed by
another.


PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS

Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the president of the Indus.
trial and Orphan's Reme at Maeon.
Ga., who writes: "We have used
Electric Bitters In this nsttuton for
nine years It has proved a most ex-
cellent medicine for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. We repad It as one
of the best family medletlme on
earth." It inviserates the vital or-


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So Low They Will Astonish You
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THE STAR JOB OFFICE


MERRIAM *AS MISUNDERSTOOD
HNestar the British Flag in Honor of
July 4th, and Ultra Patriotic
Americans Asked Him to
Haul it Down
Stamford. Conn.. July 7.-Capt. C. P.
Merriam, of the schooner King Josiah.
angered some patriotic Americans by
flying the British flag from the main-
mast of his vessel Sunday. Chief of
Poliee Brennan had a talk with Capt.
Merriam after getting half a dozen
complaints by telephone, and the cap-
tain hauled down the flag.
"It is ridiculous," he said, "to find
fault with the display of my flag. I
ran it up as a mark of respect to the
United States. I have done the same
thing many times In Boston, New York
and other American ports and no com-
plaint was made. If I were in a port of
Spain or Italy and didn't display my
British flag on a holiday the captain of
the port would order me to do so. I
was trying to do the nice thing, that.
was all." Capt. Merriam is a Nova
Scotlan.

TWO MILLION BOTTLES
Of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Think of It! And every bottle is
essenilng suffering and helping some
human being to health and happiness!
This wonderful household remedy
stops the pain of sprains, burns or
bruises. It relieves rheumatism or
neuralgia. It cures colds, cromps,
code, diarrhoea. There ought to be a
bottle on your shelves just now, ready
for the first sign of trouble. The new
else bottle is 35 cents and there Is
also the 50 cent size. Be sure your
druggist gives you Perry Davis'. 2
KILLED HIS WIFE;
TRIED TO KILL HIMSELF
Richmond, Va., July 7.-Declaring
that she should never leave him again
unless they went together, Mordecai
Harver Taylor, a barber, living at 1211
North Twenty-second street. yester-
day shot and killed his wife before two
of their smallest children, and then
rushed Into an adjoining room and
turned the same revolver on himself,
Inflleting a wound In the left breast.
which may prove fatal.
The murder and attempted suicide
was the result of a quarrel which
started over the whipping of one of
the children by Taylor. Mrs. Taylor
left him Saturday, going to the home
of her sister. Returning some time
yesterday, the quarrel was renewed
and Mrs. Taylor threatened to leave a
third time.
"Well. If you're going to leave me
again we might as well go togetheY.'"
replied the angry husband, and began
shooting.

IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 3' bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail Send for testimonials. Dr.
R. W. Hall, 2924 Olive Street, St.
Louis, Mo.
SHE WILL DIE OF SENILITY
Ban Pranelsco, July 7.-The record
for futile attempts at self-destruction
is evidently held by Katherine Pow-
ers, who has attempted suicide forty-
two times la the last three years.
Thirty-five times she has tried chloro-
form, she has tried the ocean four
times, only to be washed up again, and
three times she has tried to hang her-
self. She is in the emergency hos-
pital here after her forty-second at-
tempt yesterday.
A HORRIBLE HOLD-UP
"About ten years ago my brother
was 'held-upf in his work, health and
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless oomnsumption." writes W. R.
LUseomb. of Washington. N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
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
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
hages. coughs and colds, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
fections. 50c and $S. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.

HONEYMOON CONTINUED
IN THE HEREAFTER


A NEW ANESTHETIC
Will Allow the Person Operated on the
Please of Seeing Him or Herself
Carved
Washington. D. C, July 7.-A new
anesthetic which, it is said. will prove
a great boon to the medical profession.
is reported by the American consul at
Bucharest. Roumania, to have been
discovered there by an eminent physi-
cian. "
It is composed of strychnine and sto-
relne, and is said to have practically
the same effect as cocaine, except that
It can be used in major operations and
not applied locally.
The drug Is infused Into the system
by Injection and causes the patient to
lose all sensation.. but does not rob
him of consciousness. For operations
below the waist the anesthetic is In-
jected at the base of the spine, and
for operations above the waist it is In-
fused into the backbone between the
shoulders.
The consul reports to the department
that the drug has proven successful
In many cases in Roumania, and that
its discoverer, is on his way to London
to have it tested there by the medical
authorities.
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"MY FAVORITES"


For Sale by

T. W. TROXLER



W. C. BLAH(IHARD

CONTRACTOR AND BUIDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION


P. O. Box 40.


OCALA. FLAA


THE COIEERSIAL

BARBER SHOP

Opens Into the Lobb, ef the Ocala
Home.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
Hot Running %ater at All Tihes
VINCENT C. DETTERaCH, Manager


GEORGE FIX
PRACTICAL BRICK MASON
Red and Fire Brick Work
Special attention to repairing fur-
naces. boiler setting and Dutch
ovens, brick kilns and baker's
ovens. If your boiler doesn't steam
as it should, send for me, I am the
doctor.
All Work Guaranated
No distance too iate ana no hour
too late to respond. At the Carlton
House.
OCALA. FLORIDA


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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.
COLOR LINE IN DELAWARE
The color line Is so rigidly drawn In
New Castle, Del., that a white dentist
who relieved a negro of toothache is
being boycotted. The morning after
he had pulled the jumping and.throb-
bing tooth for the negro the dentist
found his sidewalk painted in brilliant
and permanent colors and bearing the
legend: "Negroes and whites treated
alike." and with a hand pointing to his
door. The paint couldn't be scrubbed
off, ro the whole sidewalk had to be
torn up. Negrophobia seems to be
really more deep seated in Delaware
than any other part of the country.
If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble could realize their


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Fourth of July Fusilid Caused an
Aeronaut to Leave His Balloen
Too Soe
Portland, Me., July C.-Mistaking
the promiscuous firing of revolvers as
a signal for the climax of his aerial
act. James Corcoran, aeronaut 28
years old, of Lowell, Mass.. cut loose
with his parachute when but a few
hundred yards from the earth here
yesterday and was dashed to the
ground meeting almost Instant death
at the feet of 5,000 horrified specta-
tors.
Three parachutes were attached to
the balloon for a triple jump. It was
arranged that Coreoran should drop
with his parachutes when he heard a
certain number of revolver shots after
the ballon had reached a height of ap-
proximately 5,000 feet. Corcoran had
barely left the ground before promis-
cuous firing began, but the man to
give the signal called out to him to
keep on up. Above a few hundred
feet it is hard for an aeronaut to guess
correctly his correct height and so
when Coreoran heard a second fusil-
lade it is believed he was certain that
the signal had come. He was seen to
drop, although he was barely 500 feet
in the air. The distance was too short
for the parachute to open properly and
the man dropped like a plummet,
striking the ground about 1.000 feet
from where the ascension was made.
He sustained a fracture of the skull
and bother injuries and he soon died.

A GOLDEN WEDDING
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 365 days out of 365. 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-
gists.

GAVE THEM HIS BLESSING
Also Gave Them a Check to be Happy
On-Kindly Deed of a Psoioed
Parent
New York, July 7.-George C. Mon-
teville and Miss Mabel Wagner, two
very young people who arrived here
from Jacksonville,. Fla., were just ask-
ing the clerk at the Hotel Gotham
yesterday to direct them to a minister
who would marry them, when the
girl's father arrived on the scene. He
had followed the young couple to pre-
vent the marriage, as the young lady
is under age.
Mutual explanations followed, the
girl asked her father not to be angry,
and the angry parent relented. HP
went with them to a minister, the
marriage ceremony was performed
with parental blessings and then Mr.
Wagner did the graceful act by financ-
ing the honeymoon.

BRAVE FIRE LADDIES
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
druggists.

TAKING TOM TAGGART'S

Chlago, July 7.-The name of Tom
Taggart of French Lick Springs, Ind..
former chairman of the democratic
national committee, was brought into
the trial yesterday of Ella Gingles, the
young Irish girl who is charged with
having stolen a quantity of fine laces.
The girl testified that Miss Barrett.
who made the share against her, did
so with the aid and connivance of an-
other woman. And asked by the state's
attorney if there was "any men men-
tioned." she replied that Miss Barrett
lhad said: "If Taggart were only here."
Previously, the girl testified, she was
told she could have plenty of good
clothes and no work to do if she would
go to French Lick.
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
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JAMM SHEMPAR oi MnmON
S The tar tab pleasure In present-
*^ sag the following data about the life.
a 1h 1ad -burial of the old and hbonor-
e vetertm and ptioeer, Mr. James
Uhe wfard Brmw whose death oc-
my ard m the afternoon of the Fourth
S ef July, at the boe of hiMs son. Mr. J.
J. brlsn. The data was furnished
WI Mso Mr. J. LL Brkson, super-
-b"ts t of sebo for Marion.
Mr. Sason was born in Jefferson
S eouty, Ga., July 1. 1821, lacking three
days of r0m0dlang oat his M9th birth-
S da. He was married to Miss Anna
a".g i ba his native state and came
to the Orange lake section In 1848 and
S later settled an the Oklawaha river,
where be evr afterward made his
0* Nine C lre0m blamed the union of
Mr M. BWiem and MUl Reddaing. five
bs W a fe srs all a whom are
I Nvun Ia t two dailghter1. The child-
S rie m J. J. Ben. D. B. W. H. and
S IL. B. B ria,1 all of Eureka, but the
S aist amemd, who lives at Oxford. His
daughter are Mm. Martha McGehee
S of Pnt Gord a and Mrs. Izabeth
SMartin. of Citronmelle.
Mr. Braime hod always been a con-
atest Christia, a member of the
aptist church. He was one of the
S charter members of the Marston Ma-
so'ni e LAdfe, oart McCoy, was buried
by the loe, W. J W. W. Stevens
S remaking that a year ago the lodge
.. had four members whoe united ages
Se 33 Mr. Brinuon being one of
o-'.k but during the year three of the
aged veterans had croesed the river.
Mr. Brnson loot his wife stohe five
S ye" a-o and his remains were In-
S t Lby the grave of his wife in the
It was the purpose of his children
amd grandchildren, as had been the
Seutom for some years, to Indulge In a
lUy re union em his 89th birthday.
W- r that purpose his daughter, Mrs.
S Martha MeGehee. of Punta Gorda, his
danterw-In-law, Mrs. Hamp Brinson.
of Oxford, had gone to the home of
S Mr. J. J. Brinson to assist In prepar-
lag for the anticipated feast.
;. Mr. BrtMason enjored good health
S ntol the Wednesday before his death,
0w11e be began falling rapidly and
death came fro the Infrmites of old
S' am2 He was a man of sterling worth,
a good citise, a brave soldier during
the war between the states in Captain
Joshma MeCshaLsn's company and the
last of that noble band of civic war-
fiers. He bad to Uved that he left the
world better r having lived In it, an
, examomple worthy of emulation.

SOME g IQ MELONS YET
SMr. J. M. Meffert yesterday sent to
,* the proprietors of the Star each a
75-pound watermelon. The melons
w.re fresh and fine and not at all
sanburned. Mr. Meffert raised then
melons on his big Lowell farm and
,. Shas a force of hands now engaged In
saving seed from these select melons
for planting again.
: Mr. Ben Rheinauer was down town
yesterday afternoon for the first time
since Mia serious Ilness. He went to
the store of C. Rhelnauer & Bro.. and
while there held a regular recepti-m.
No sooner did friends spy him than
they rushed forward to tender con-
S gratulatlos. Mr. Rheinauer looks
thin but has a good color and with a
change of air and climate, which he
will seek north next week, he will soon
Sregain hIe normal strength and be
N % himself again.

Mr. Hewny listrunk Ocala's popular
' .city clerk, while absent on the east
coast went to Key West, part of the
way on the Must Coast extension. He
" IMd there are over, a thousand men
employed on the work and the oxten-
S aisn is being rapidly completed, the
idea being to finish It by January 2,
S 191. Mr. lager's birthday, on which
.. day Mr. Plagler will eat dinner in Key
S West. Mr. 8tstrunk said the islands
aleg tlhe line of road were possessed
S of may cocouanut trees and the people
S were enjoying the milk from the same.
Henry sad the only drawback to that
eunmtry tis the mosquito, which at night
are very numerous.
Major and Mrs. L T. Islar have ed
S turned from their visit to friends In
S south Carolina. We understand Mrs.
I.. ler's health Is not as good as when
S ae left, but hope her return home
will be the means of restoring her to
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M William A. Shoemaker of Co-
H=i 4 Ohio, who was at the bedside
ofa hI brother. Dr. W. H. Powers. has
e to Jacksonville to visit her
mother er returning home.

OMenral T. D. Lancaster Instead of
sp.. i the summer on Shell Island.
by tihe asrie of his physician, will go
to the M-ntalas or North Carolina.

UMr Clarence Phillipe of Fulford.
a. s expected tomorrow for an ex-
Us" > v t to her sisters, Mrs. Nixon
S d Mr George Taylor.

Mrs. T. J. Blalock of Madison, Fla.,
-- arrived today to make her home with
Sdaghter, Mrs. GOege Taylor. Dr.
l laloe formerly of Madison, has r-
.t. to Macon. Ga, where he will
Smutne Me protefmon

th city cot was busy yesterday
ad tMs mernlag raking In the shek-
Wha 2k wmrng 825 were added to
S th ly tre ry.

Dr. A. Toph Is giving the front
W t he mAite nam a coat of white
L lt. .Who nsta ei


OCALA. - LORIDA
TERMS. CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
fice Over C-m ercdal hB
Phoe 211.
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. wi; I to
6 p. m.
TERMS. CASH.


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL SURGECN
Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.



CHARLES D. HULBERT, I. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND

Mice Second Floor The Muanroe &
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala,
-4Florida.
relephones--Office. 222; *Res d*ce,
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LOCAL. L.U LATION
The city council met last night with
all members present except Mesrs.
Jones pad Duval.
Mr.' Helvenston submitted the fol-
lowing resolutions, which weer adopt-
ed and a copy ordered sent to the fam-
Ily:
"Whereas, by the Inscrutable prov-
idence of the Divine Ruler of the uni-
verse. Dr. William Herbert Powers has
been removed from the large sphere
of usefulness, which he so ably filled.
we, the city council of Ocala. desire
to put on record the keen sense of loss
which. as guardians of the public
health, we feel in his demise.
"Not only has a shadow fallen on a
happy home but the city mourns in
the loss of an official. vigilant, Intel-
ligent and efficient member of the
board of health.
'"As a physician in his private prac-
tice he was kind and sympathetic and
as a public spirited citizen his in-
fluence and efforts were directed for
the public good.
"Resolved. first, that we, the city
council, hereby express our sincere
sympathy with the mother, wife, son
and other relatives In their sore be-
reavement.
"Resolved, second, that these reso-
lutions be sent to the daily papers for
publication and also to the family."
The removal of the hydrant from
near Benjamin's old ice factory to near
the Peter Ingram property, for which
the Ocala Water company wanted $180
was referred to the finance committee.
The city attorney reported the dis-
missal of several suits against the city
for impounding of stock and was in-
structed to bring suit against the
bondsmen if the pound fees were not
paid at once.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk report-
ed that the state supreme court had
decided the suit of the city vs the
county in favor of the county, and the
city attorney was requested to file a
motion for a rehearing of the case.
Mr. Helvenston offered an ordinance
to prevent any person dealing In veg-
etables to offer for sale said products
unless the same was screened from
flies, dirt, etc., which includes dealers
In confectionary, fruit, etc. Referred
to the judiciary committee.
Mr. Helvenston also Introduced an
ordinance for the cleaning of closets.
which was referred to the judiciary
committee.
Quite a number of bills were ap-
proved. The report of the finance
committee was received and adopted.
The city attorney was requested to
look into and report on sidewalk ordi-
nance at net meeting.

PICNIC AT CARTER'S POND
The annual picnic will be given at
Carter's Pond July 23rd, and the pub-
lip is cordially invited to attend and
bring well filled baskets.


IT'E QUITE DIFFERENT NOW

A few years ago itf people wanted"
pirit paint they were obliged to buy
the Lead and Oil and mix it them-
;selves. as there were no Pure Ready
Mixed Paints to be had. Today, how-
-ver there sla no reasonable excuse for
using the antiquated hand-mixed paint,
since you can buy
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint
Davia 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co.. Ocala, Fla.


Mr. Clarence Meffert will please ac-
cept the thanks of the three B's. for
a magnificent melon, one of the fa-
mous Meffert variety. Its size is an
indication of its quality.

5 or 6 doses *666" will cure any case
of chills and fever. Price, 25c.


R. D. FULLER,
DENTAL. SURGEON

Offiae Over ,Muaroe & Chamblils'
Bank.


teawan asylum and playing him in t
custody of the sheriff of White Plai
until the hearing is concluded. T
hearing adjourned until Monday wh
both sides will submit expert tes
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MEETING OF THE VETERANS
Marion Camp of U. C. V. held its
monthly meeting yesterday In the city
halL The following members were
present: Alfred Ayer. J. I-. Beck, F.
W,-B itch, H. W. Douglass, W. D. Em-
Iinsor, M. P. Frink. L. M. Graham, F.
E. Harris. R. A. Kelsey. W. Kilpatrick.
J. H. Itvingston. H. W. Long. T. D.
Lancaster. W. E. McGahagin. Robert
Neal, C. C. Priest., M. Townsend. E.
T. Williams.
General H. W. Long. brigade com-
mander, appointed Alfred Ayer adju-
tant general chief q( staff in place of
Capt. W. L. Ditto. gow living in Jack-
sonville.
New Orleans headquarters reported
formation of 38 camps since the Mem-
phis reunion. Resolutions of thanks f
passed at the Memphis reunion were
rnad, approving the action of Presi-
dent Roosevelt In restoring the name
of Jefferson Davis to the tablet on
Cabin John bridge spanning the Poto-
mac river near Washington: also ex-
pressing the pleasure and sentiment of
the passing away of sectional differ-
ences.
An order was read from Gen. C. E.
Evans, general commander, thanking
the people of Memphis and of Tennes-
see for the splendid provisions made
for entertainment of those attending
the late national reunion in the city of
Memphis. which will be remembered
as oe of the greatest reunions ever
held.
Instructions from pension depart-
ment at Tallahassee were read, show-
ing how all applications must be made
out.
Dr. J. M. T. Christian announced the
death of Jerry Walters. a brave Con-
federate soldier. though not a member
of this camp. He said the deceased
comrade had left his sisters destitute.
Major Lancaster announced the death
of William McAteer. whom he said
was in good circumstances.
There is more catarrn In this sec-
tion of the country than all other dis-
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur-
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and pre-
scribed local remedies, and by con-
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proved catarrh to oe a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hairs Catarrh Cure. manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu-
cus surfaces of the system. They of-
fer one, hundred dollars for any case
It falls to cure. Send for circulars and
testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug-
gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.

WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. July 7.-Generally fair
tonight and Thursday.

A OCALA AERIE
NO. 1814 F. 0. L
Meets every first and
third Wednesday even-
ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren
always welcome.
F. W. Ditto, President.
W. C. Moore, Setretary.
OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. O0. R. M.
Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30, at
Yonge's Hall. W. Gray, C. of R.

B FORT NmG CAME


Next regular monthly meeting will
be held Friday evening, July 9th, at
7:30 o'clock in Yonge's Hall. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
M. M. Little. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
J. L. Billingsley. who was private
secretary to the governor during the
Jennings administration and who was
later in the legal department of the
state government during the Broward
administration, has been in Washing-
ton for several months taking special
instructions in law studies, including
constitutional law from Justice Har-
lan and common carriers from Chief


SFairorite Lmescfltion for tre


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No other med ine for woman's lls has a
such professional endorsement as Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription has received. In the an-
nualified recommendatloa of each of Its
several ingredlets by scores of leading med!-
cal meu of all the scbhools of practice. Is
much an endorsent not worthy of a rod
eonsiderataU >


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A booklet of ingredient, with numerous
authorative profesonal endorsements by the
leading medical authorities of this country.
will be mailed fre to ay one sending name
Mad address with request for sama &ddrez
Dr. 1VY Pierca. Buifal. N. T.


COTTAGE AT OKLAWAHA


Cottage at North Lake. Oklawaha.
for rent. Apply to H. C. Jones.


CASTORIA

f Ishat Mad ChiUr,
T K Yumh AlN ahgt
DeBws the
Signature of

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

LOW RATE
ia the t
BEAisISAlnu AIR AANE
$17.63, Ashlerille. N. C.. and return,
account Dramatic Order Knights
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 26. 1909.
$18.25-Knoxvillo, Tenn., and return.
S. S., June 20, 21, 22, 26. 27, July 3,
10, 11. 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept. 30. Stopovers.
$12.40-Athens, Ga, and return. U. of
G.. June 26. 27, 28. July 3, 5. 10, 17.
Limit 15 days. Stopovers.
$1870-Monteagle and Sewanee, Tenn.,
and return. M. W. & M. F., July 1,
10, 17. 23, 24, 30, August 13, 14. Limit
Sept. 5.
$17.65-Asheville, N. C, and return.
K. of K, July 8, 9, 10, 11, Limit July
26.
$17.95-BOlack Mountain, N. C, and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19, 26.
31, August 2, 9, 16, 21, 25. Limit
Sept. 6.
$33.90-Los Angeles, San Diego, San
Francisco, Cal.. B. P. 0. E. and G.
A. R. July 1 to 10, included. Limit
Oct. 31. Stopovers.
$104.65-San Francisco, Cal, and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
1 to Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct.
31. Stopovers.
$95.40-Seattle, Portland, Tccoma,
Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, New
Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to
Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.
Stopovers.
Above Rates Open to the Public
HENRY RAYSOR, C. P. T. A.
OCALA, FLA.
C. M. DICKERSON. T. P. A.,
TAMPA. FLORIDA.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.



LE SUEI HOUSE

Located on North Main St.,
near government building.
Reasonable rates by the
week or month. First-class
table board and comfortable
rooms.

Mrs. Rossie LeSoeur, Proprietress
Phone 77 Ocala, Fla.
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The makers of Dr. Plis Favorite P
scription, for the cureof weak. nervous. rau-
down. over-worked. debilitated. pain-racked
women. knowing this medicine to be made u
of Ingredients. every one of which has the
strongest possible indorsemnt f the leading
and standard authorities of the several
bhools of practice, are perfectly willinM and
In fact. are only toolad to print, as they df
the formula, or list of 1rdeats. of whicl
It Is composed. n Onplef tSag."f On

The formula of Dr. Pleroe's Faverite Ple
scriptlowiUl bear the mast critical examine-
Uon of medical experts, for It contains no
alcohoL nartics, harmful, or habit-forming
drugs. and so ent atenters nto it that is not
highly recommended by the most advanced
and leading medical teachers ad author-
Ities of their several schools of practiuoa
These authorities rcr.and the inrvdients


ACCOUNTING FOR THE HOI
In one of the city's outlying s
is an old resident whose homes
still rustic enough for the mi
ance of a cow, a few chickens an
er accompaniments of real c
life, says the New York Post
owner, in summertime, likes to
city children-the sons and dan
of friends-to visit him. A.
guest was a small girl whose pi
experience had been confined
to the constricted areas of M
tan, but she evidently was ave
displaying her ignorance of life
open. When the host was 8l
her the little farm and its attn
she assumed a know-it-all at
The cow, the chickens,-ever
was glimpsed with apparent 1
cern or studied indifference.
later, at the dinner table, wh<
visitor saw a bowl of honey, sh
patronizingly:
"Ah, I see you have a bee."

A CONTENTED WOMAN
is always found In the same
with Ballard's Snow Linimen
keeps every member of the fami
from aches and pains, it heal
burns and scalds and cures rh
tism, neuralgia, lumbago and al
cular soreness and stiffness. 25
and $1 a bottle. At all druggis


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JOE LEEI JOB IN JEOPA1-I

Lily White are Trying to Ont Him
in Faer of J. N. Lp
The recent Florida legislature pass-
ed resolutions asking repweetativer
In congress to urge the president of
the United States to appotit a white
man to the position of collector of In-
ternal revenue of Florida, which Im-
portant position has tar may year
been held by Joe Lee, a prominent ne-
gro politician of Jacksaotille.
Joe Lee has been control of the
alleged republican machine In this
state, and the manner in wieh politi-
cal affairs have been conducted has
aroused much opposition, adre ofat
white republicans deelalog to a-U
late, but standing steadasto by the
principles of their party.
The leader of the "Lily White' -re-
publicans in the state is J. N. Strip-
ling, and hundreds of his friends t
both the democratic and repube-l
parties have urged him to seek thi
important position now held by Joe
Lee.
Mr. Stripling at first hesitated be-
cause of his new law practice, but Ms
friends have prevailed upon hbi to
accept the place should be be chose
by the president Mr. Striplinfg n-
joys the close personal friendship of
the Florida representatives In the Na-
tional congress, and the members win
doubtless do effective work In his be-
half.
Mr. Stripling's friends next week
will become active in his behalf, and
will endeavor to have the action eO
the legislature ratified.
These friends, however, realize the
control that Joe Lee exerts over the
republican machine. They appreciate
his power, but the declaration made
by President Taft that as far*as pos-
sible white men will be appointed to
Federal positions in white communi-
ties has given them a great deal of
encouragement. Jacksonville Me-
tropolis.

DON'T GET A DIVORCE
A western judge granted a divorce
on account of ill-temper and bad
breath. Dr. King's New Ufe Pills
would have prevented it. They cure
constipation, causing bad breath and
liver trouble the ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaches, conquer
chills. 25c at all druggists.


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No consumptives. Hot and Cold 9ualphur Bathas Music, BoewlMg and TBamle :,s ,
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party and f" amily rate. '- '.
Information address G. C. ROGAN. Manager. (Formerly mom r of K "
worth Inn. Asheville.)


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In ROLLINS COLLEGE

owingt FLORIDA'S OLD EST COLLEGE
actions
titude. COLLEOF, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC. X E
thing FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND *NDUSTIAL ART AND
unlcon
And ,
en the Carnegle Hall and third men's dormitory now eemlted;t: eletile
e said lights, steam amfTrMtace heat; large faculty; perfect health omdl-
tions: ne gym-smhnn, athletic elds, boaUtn, tennis courts, ft l i,
baseball, football and basketball teams champions of leomdft 3166.
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PIRATES TERRIBLY PUNISHED
Gang Roasted to Death in a Sumatra
Cave
Victoria, B.EL C. July 7.-News comes
by the Empress of Japan of a tragic
sequel to the daring capture of a Chi-
nese junk and the massacre of eight
members of its crew off Singapore eix
weeks ago.
The pirates of this amazing outrage
almost within sight of the leading
British city of Mid-Asia made gopdl
their escape by hiding in the fastnesses
of Sumatra. Their further pursuit aid
punishment was undertaken by the
Dutch authorities, to whose govern-
ment the Island belongs.
A military force sent against them
located the miscreants strongly .1T.-
trenched in a cave. They refused to
surrender when called upon, and the
promise that the women and children
would be given immunity brought a
fusillade of missiles from a party of
these supposed to be non-combatants.
The Dutch lieutenant who wormed
himself into the cave to reason with
the pirates at bay was cast out so se-
riously wounded with many spears
that he died soon after.
Stern measures were then decided
upon, the Dutch commander ordering
that a fire be lighted at the mouth of
the cavern, a strong wind blowing
from seaward. When this are was
allowed to die down and volunteers
from the Dutch soldiers entered it was
found that the crimes of the wretched
Chinese had been atoned for, not one
of the pirates remaining alive. Thirty-
one bodies were subsequently recov-
ered and given hurried burial, these
including nine women and two child-
ren of tender years.
When the digestion Is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there sto
a natural craving and relish for food.
When this lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs. im-
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels.
Mr. E. S. Upham has now two
homes, the old one in South Lake
Weir. and the old one recently Vur-


ein Ft. .. Chased at St. Petersburg, and wberev-
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Are the inerehaut, te an
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Justice Peele of the court of claims.
In addition he has been writing text
and collating authorities on treatries
and International law for a New York
book publishing company. He has now
finished this work and was quite suc-
cessful. At present Mr. Billingsley is
in Canada enjoying a well-earned va-
cation. He will sail on the Great
Lakes for Chicago. then go to Ann
Arbor, where he will take a review
course in law. In a letter to a friend
here Mr. Billingsley says: We do not
realize how much we love the old
state and her people until we are sep-
arated from them as I have been. But
you can bet I won't be away much
longer. I am coming back Just as
soon as I can and live and die there."
-Times-Union.

A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY
attended by the highest priced baby
specialist could not be cured or stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby if you give it
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
hoea, dysentery and all derangements
of the stomach or bowels. Price 27)
cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drug-
gists.

PARTIAL VICTORY FOR THAW
White Plains. N. Y., July 7.-Coun-
sel for Harry Thaw yesterday scor-
ed a partial victory in a hearing to de-
termine his sanity, held before Justice
Mills. by obtaining an order from the
court removing Thaw from the Mat-]


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Three cents wm fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those -Inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
We have the nieest liae of bair
brsmhes, coamb and other toilet arti-
eles n the city. Tyding & Co.
Dr. I. P. Ouerrant left today for
Greenville, C. to vtslt hIs father,,
who Is ilLI He will he gone about ten
days, during which time his business
is In charge of Dr. A. HILL
WANTED-A combination book.
keeper and stenographer. Good posl-
tion for the right man. Addreps, book.
keeper, care Star. 6-7-3t
IL C. Mavie Co., of Jacksonvlle.s
will sell any make eof seond-hand
typewrlter unom easr tem If desirehd.



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REXALL
Mr. lSUaM datd-of f
a -u-eae tlis e~ualag.
A mew mes of poplar yali hoom
jit la at te Oeala Nmwa Co.
Mr. B. B. HawkIa of Tamp, Is a
mast of the Mm4esmm.

Mr. W. I Geaskn of Palrfeld Is at
the Moatesuma.
Peroxide Cream, for the compleuonm.
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. S. Pridy of Reddlek Is at the
Metesauma.
REXALL
Mr.. R. Brown of Galaesvllle Is at
the Mo tesuma.
6 or 6 dMo "Nl w eure ar y ease
of chills and fever. Price. 2c.
Mr. H. Griffith of Dade City Is a
recent arrival at the Montezuma.
Edwards' meat market will close at
I p. m. on Thursdays.
Mr. A. J. FPoter of Georgia Is at the
Montesmma.
A few of those Diamond Edge safety
Rasors left at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. M. P. Scarborough of Oak to at
4the Montezuma.
Plaak' ChM Toole, a--- ---@ to
ewe dlls and fever. 5U centa.
Mr. T. 0. Livingston oCfTglh Springs
tIs registered at the Montezuma.
REXALL
Mr. R. B. Perason of Dunnellon Is a
guest of the Montesuma.
Mr. J. W. Williamson of Floral City
Isa registered at the Montezuma.
Mr. 0. B. Thomas of McIntosh Is a
guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. W. I. Zimmerman of Rockwell,
was at the Ocala House yesterday.
Miss Louise McCormick of Dillon, E.
C., is at the Ocala House.
Mr. J. 0. Tulless of Gainesville, Is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. J. A. Crawford of Jacksonville,
Is a guest of the Ocala House.
RECALL
Messrs D. L and James Shipper, of
Zolfo, are guests of the Ocala House.
Mrs. A. R. Green of Clearwater,'
joined her husband In Ocala today.
Arthur Reed came up today from
South Lake Weir.
Mr. Jim Rawl, a fish and oyster
man of Crystal River came up today.
Try a box of that asunburn ereamn
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court
Pharmacy.* .
Mrs. Kallenberger and children re-
turned from Lake Weir today, after a
stay E% moath..
Have you asem tie mew visblle Pay-
Shelm typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.
general agents.
REXALL
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Phillips came in
today from Electra and went down to
Terrell to visit their msons.
A new shipment of that famous Al-
pine Flax Just received at the Couert
Pharmacy.
Mr. Allen Oibson of Leeabura is ,ln
the city, paying a visit to Dr. J. E.
Chace, who Is doing some dental work
for him.


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The Ocala News Co. are agents for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
can fit you. Give us a trial.
IR 0. Davis Co. of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 76c.
each; TM per dosep.
Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want In crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
When In need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
The pride of the Court Pharmacy Is
Its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are used, which are select-
ed by men of experience.
- There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city tihn we
carry. Come In and look it over if
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings A Co.
LOST-A Phi Kappa Sigma frater-
nity pin, somewhere between A. C. L.
freight depot and Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store. Return to Star office and re-
ceive reward.
FOR RENT-Flve-room house neaT
pumping station. Apply to H. C.
Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works. Ocala,
F1L. 6-25-tf
Mr. Dan Morgan Smith and his es-
timable wife are getting ready to
spend their summer vacation in the
wilds of the Adirondacka


We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly

Bear in mind we carry a full lino of
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.


YOUR APPEARANCE
Will not suffer If you have to wear
spectacles.
They are Improving to most peo-
ple's looks when fitted by one who
understands how.
Your eyesight is too precious to
neglect. You owe them all the at-
tention and care that they may need.
They Get Careful Attention Here
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
ORee hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
and laboratory, rooms 2 and; 4 Gary
block.

Miss Pauline Peace left today for
Sutherland via Tampa. where she will
visit her sister. Mrs. J. P. Hilburn,
wife of President Hilburn of Southern
College for a week or ten days.

Mrs. Mathews. proprietor of the Elk
Cafe, has been very Ill for the past
week, but was able to be up this
morning.

The prescription department is the
main stay 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.
Mr. E. W. Davis and family went
to Shell Island, at the mouth of Crys-
tal River, yesterday, where they have
rented a cottage and will camp for
several weeks. Mr. Davis' new launch'
the "Bill of Ocala," went down on the
fright to be launched in the waters
of the river.
FOR SALE---300: auto buggy. 40-
Inch wheel solid rubber tire, 20-horse-
power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather
top; refitted with new parts. Box 473.
Ocala. Fla. 7-6-Stdltw
Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief In Foley's Honey and Tar
as it cures stubbon coughs after other
treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles,
Reasnor. Iowa, writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley's Honey and
Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and
mailIn hI tmy lnn 1ea th v are now aa


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We are advised today by a member
of the vestry of Grace Episcopal
church that the Rev. George Hendree
Harrison has tendered his resignation
as rector and will take up work in
Jacksonville under Bishop Weed about
August 1st. A special meeting of the
vestry was held Tuesday afternoon and
Mr. Harrison's resignation was re-
gretfully accepted.
This inforjnation will be learned
with regret. not only by the members
of Mr. Harison's church, but also by
many people in Ocala outside of his
congregation who have learned to
know and esteem him.
Mr. Harrison's connection with Grace
church has been one of entire harmony
with his vestry and congregation, and
his administration of the affairs of
the parish have resulted in the ac-
complishing of much good and sub-
stantial work which will long, stand
as a testimonial to his faithful and
efficient labors.
Mr. Harrison's new duties will be of
a missionary character and as he is pe-
culiarly adapted to work of this kind
there is no doubt but that he will be
as successful in Jacksonville as he
has been here.
It is a matter of regret that Grace
church and Ocala should lose such a
good rector and citizen but it is a
source of gratification to Mr. Harri-
son's friends to know that he has been
selected for work of such as much im-
portance as that to which he has been
called.

ODD FELLOWS INSTALL OFFICERS
.Tulula Lodge installed its officers for
the next six months last night. The
ceremony was presided over by Dis-
trit Deputy Grand Master P. V.
Leavengood, assisted by Jake Brown.
who acted as grand marshal
The officers are as follows: W. L.
Colbert, N. G.: R .A. DetterJchV. G.;
L. F. Ballard. R. S. V. G.: W. C. Dunn,
L. S. N. G.; Sidney Haile, R. S V. G.;
D. H. Osteen. L. S. V. G.: M. M. Little.
secretary; J. H. Benjamin, treasurer;
WV. F. Marlow. warden; Jake Brown,
condutor; R. V. Hendrick, R. S. S.; L.
E. Yonce, L. S. S.; J. C. Geiger, I. G.;
F. W. Ditto. 0. G.; W. H. Coleman,
chaplain.

BEAUTIFYING HIS HOME
Like hundreds of other homes in
Ocala,. rebuilt and re-modeled during
the past few years. Mr. James R.
Moorhead, one of our public spirited
men. is remodeling and adding to his
home in the southeastern part of the
city. Mr. Moorhead has a block of
ground to work on, has an abundance
of shade and much pretty flowers and
shrubbery. lie is now remodeling his
house to be in keeping with the
grounds. Several rooms and verandas
have been added, the interior changed,
the stairway rebuilt and the outside
of the main portion will be recovered
as well as a new roof put over it all.
When finished Mr. Moorhead will have
one of the prettiest, most comfortable
and homelike places in the city.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
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GIVE THEM LIBERAL RESPONSES
Messrs. Jake Brown and RI EK Toase.
Sr, are out today getting subscrip-
tions to the new opera house bonds.
They are meeting with liberal re-
sponses and It looks like the venture
will be a success. When the commit-
tee calls on you take as much of the
bonds as you feel able to. It is no
more to Messrs. Brown and Tonge
than it is to you; it is to be OUR
op-wra house and as many different
people as possible are wanted Inter-
e-std in it You will get a small In-
terest on your investment and you
will be doing your part towards build-
ing f'r Ocala one of the prettiest.
most convenient and safe opera
houses in the state wim ample seat-
Ing capacity for all who will attend.
both white and colored. The plan Is
after those of the beat small houses
in the country. Every seat will com-
mand a good and unobstructed view
of the state. The stage will be broad
and deep with ample room to put on a
big and first-class company and let
them do Justice to the play. something
we have never had in Ocala. If the
people respond properly the house will
be completed in time for the net sea-
son's business. This is one of the im-
provements and advancements of the
New Ocala. "Its a good thing: push it
along."
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THE "FLOWER QUEEN" TONIGHT
The cantata, the "Flower Queen," Ss i T
at the armory tonight will be one of
the most beautiful of the many home
talent attractions that has ever been '
gotten up in Ocala. Those who have | .
gotten up the cantata have worked TO I ANY RIMS
and rehearsed unceasingly during tne 110TEO-ON CLINCHENR 9.D.CUNCNi
trying weather of the past 10 days *
and are certainly deserving of success.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Ll 1i rWE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FIlSK TIRES AS
Little Dixie Sheridan will give a WELL A OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIiL AUTO
birthday party tomorrow afternoon at WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. AUTO
the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. REPAIRING AND TIRE VULCANIZING DONE
W. J. Sheridan, In the southeastern
part of the city in honor of her fifth PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICCL
birthday. A number of her little *
friends have been invited to come out
and spend the afternoon wi:h her. OCAL IRON WORKS. OCALA, FLA.
COMES TO OCALA TO LIVE
Mr. FP. H. Sisk, state manager for
the Monarch Visible Typewriter, has
moved from Jacksonville to Ocala to
be in the center of his territory and
has fitted up a room at the Ocala
House where he will keep a supply of
machines. Thus another of the travel-
ing men appreciate the advantage of
Ocala as a central point from which
to operate, and comes to us for head-
quarters. IC ICE ICE,`

SOME VALUABLE ANIMALS
Among the 50 head of stock killed in
the last two days by order of the
State Board of Health was Col. Loan, Made om distdd water ald of tie hI
the Jack, owned by Mr. William Gist.
of McIntosh. This animal was ap- quality. Re ar city e t by R
praised at $900. J. M. MeDuffy and
Mr. Gist had traded for the animal last Wagon Delivey.- Orders fS d ft.ld wal.
winter. McDuffy to pay him $800 for fr f p < a W
the ke called off. McDuffy says this was the drivers. Ice e s also for sale at aOW mant.
luckiest horse trade he ever made.
McDuffy's beautiful stallion was one :
of those killed. The appraisers valtied
the horse at $1.000. McDuffy valued
him at $1.700 and says he refused at l
one time $2.500 for him. Mr. Tomp-
kins refused $.?50 for the dapple gray.
Judge Bell's little mare. two horses of
Mr. Rentz's and a number of other an-
imals were worth from $200 to $300 Polne 5--Buy Ice From Rea WP"s-W
each. Horse men say there were $10,-
000 worth of horses dead in the big
ditch this morning. The boys are still
game, though. McDuffy still shows
his teeth. Arthur Cobb can yet throw
his head back and laugh. Tompkins
still possesses his winning smile and -
Gist is lust as cheerful as before the We are prepared to fill your orders for cement
colonel's demise. So the world moves k f t k
on and it takes a whole lot to knock a WOfk, o What'Ver iII.
good man down and out. Manufacturers of cement brick, building blocks,

MEETING OF EAGLES TONIGHT hexagon and octagon blocks, and all kinds of pav-
ing material. We employ skilled workmen and
The regular semi-monthly meeting ow motto is "to please "
of the Eagles will be held in Yonge's
Hall this evening. This is the Temporary quarters, phone 256.
first meeting of the quarter, and there
is much Important business to be at- JAMES R. MOOR HEA1D, MG .
tended to. Let all members be pres-


FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE v." -. u ito. r esiL. -.
I have six fine pointer puppies for The family of Mr. J. R. Moorhend --
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark. are having a most delightful time at
Ocala,. la. 3tdltw !Shell Island, at the mouth of Crystal W
-- -- ----- River, where they will spend most of
The Montezuma hotel had 31 arrivals the summer. Mr. Moorhead came up I O
yesterday. Mr. Toph says. "Where do from there Tuesday, where he spent a W I
they come from' Mr. Dewey says, few days most pleasantly.
"They are the same fellows come ACSONIf LIrS
back." They must be well pleased. R E X A L I.
The following vocalists will either Poley's Honey and Tar not only LARGEST M B I
appear In'solos or duets In the Flower stops chronic coughs that weaken the Raks $3 w Day i
Queen at the armory tonight: Mrs. constitution and develop in consump-
Carroll. Mrs. Winston, Mrs. Clarkson, tion, but heals and strengthens the
Mrs. Connor, Mrs. Goln, Mrs. Hamp- lungs. It affords comfort and relief in THOMAS M. WII
ton. Miesses Eloise Smoak. Mary Car- the worst cases of chronic bronchitis.
lisle, Lucile Standley and Mary Gates. asthma, hay fever and lung trouble.
Sold by all druggists.
The following Ocala people sailed
yesterday from New York and are ex-
pected home Sunday. namely: Phil
f Robinson and his sisters. Misses Ethel
i and Hope Robinson, and Mr. Donald
Schrieber. Mr. Phil Robinson and Mr.
Donald Schrieber have been students GUT W. TOPH OPEN II
at the famouss Phillips Exeter Acad- Leading COunmerdi b0M

Walter Ellison of Anthony. who went
down to Dbnnellon Monday to do some
/fishing. came up this morning with a
I bag of them.
SMr. John Turney, who has been vis- K N I H T
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FRMTILUZM POR ORANGES
TM2 e m Ik, particularly in Flor-
a, more dMepenet Onm fertilizers
tham any other crop grown. Orange
gmwIs, as a clam, are among the
meet Iateligent and expert users of
frtilmers. Among no other class of
SIM s th t science of fertilizing so
highly developed. Yet, notwithstand-
eag these facts, o other crop is sub-
jet to sme serious mistakes in the
practice of fertilizing. This latter
fect, however, appUes chiefly to be-

Speuda Adaptis -Intelligent use of
fertillus necessitates that the grow-
er should know the special office of
each of the three I siatlI plant foods
In the development of tree and fruit.
Phosphoric acid Influences trees more
tha fruit. It helps harden wood.
make growth, and Is largely used by
the seed. The orange require less
of this than either of the other esen-
The tree shows need of phosphoric
acd by a mottled appearance of the
new leaves.
Nitrogen forces growth. Wood, leaf
and frult all respond to Its action.
but the leaf shows greatest and most
immediate results. atremely dark,
glaom leaves Indicate abundance,
evn excess, of nitrogen. Heavy,
Juicy fruit Is evidence of plenty of ni-
trogen., while light fruit, excess of
"rag" and yellow foliage show defi-
ciency of this element.
Thick, rough skinned fruit and
dead tiUps of twigs-"dle-back"--are
sure signs of too much nitrogen, par-
ticularly from animal or vegetable
source
Potash exerts special Influence on
the ripening and hardening of wood.
sweetness and flavor of fruit, and
general vigor of tree.
Over one-half of the ash material
of the fruit consists of potash the In-
fluence ao which on the quality of the
fruit Is recognized by all expert
growers. Deficiency of this plant
food is shown by presence of imma-
ture wood and poor quality of fruit.
The angular, flattened condition of
the young growth, at the end of the
season, when It normally should be
well rounded, Indicates lack of pot-
ash.
Form of Supply-iCertain forms of
each fertilising Ingredient are partle-
ularly adapted to oranges. Other
ormms are so Injurious that they
should be Invariably discarded.
The trees are long lived. Material
not actually consumed the first sea-
son may be used next year. This
means that forms of plant food which
would be called unavailable for quick
growing crops are entirely satisfac-
tory with oranges.
This fact applies particularly to
phosphoric add. Therefore, the re-
verted forms, or even t~e "insolu-
ble" phosphates give good results, and
are much more economical.
Base slag, floats," bonemeal and
other phosphates of this nature are
often preferable to the more soluble
an" higher priced phosphates.
As a source of potash the "double
manure salt," sulphate of potash-
magnesia., I a very desirable form
because of the demand of the orange
for nagnesla not supplied In any
other fertilizer.
Nitrogen may be satisfactorily used
only In some mineral form. Nitrate
of soda and sulphate of ammonia are
the standard sources of nitrogen. Nit-
rate of potash is In every way desir-
able, but the supply for fertilizing
purposes is very limited.
Stable manure, cotton seed meal
and animal ammuonlates, like tankage,
must he carefully excluded from all
bearing groves, and used but very
sparingly on young growing trees. -
For similar reasons the use of le-
gumes, like desmodium and velvet
beans, In groves is dangerous an4
may only be followed with extreme
care. The tendency of all such fer-
ttllasrs and crops Is to Induce "die-
back," of which over-ammonlatlon is
one of the chief predisposing causes.
In my own grove the growing of
velvet beans two years ago Induced
die-back, which was only overcome
by several yearm of constant effort.
Sour orange trees and stocks root
more deeply than other forms. Nit-
rates, like nitrate of soda, penetrate
the soil more deeply than forms of
nitrogen whIch must undergo nitrifi-
cation before they are used by the
tree.
Therefore, nitrates are best for sour
stocks, and ammonatles for sweet


seedlings and other stocks.
When and Hw to Apply-Orange
blossoms are produced on wood which
matured the previous season. It Is,
therefore, evident that the food which
supplies the bloom and young fruit
must have been used by the tree the
during the previous year.
Growing trees do best with at least
two applications per year, and bear-
ing treeI need three. The first appli-
cation should make bloom: the second
fruit, and the third. wood.
The character of *the fertilizer
should depend on each of these three
different uses. February. June and
September are the best times for fer-
tiiszng. The two first applications
should be strong In nitrogen. The
final fertilizer for the season should
be strong in potash.
All fertilizers should be used broad-
east, aanprtioned to the Individual
tree. and not be sown too close to the
tree. They should be sown in the
middle of the rows for bearing trees.
The roots are thus Induced to travel
in search of food. and the increased
root systems become of the greatest
value to the trees, particularly in
tunime of drought.
Application for Tree and Fruit-
Tree and fruit consist of quite differ-
ent materials. Therefore, they require
different combinations of plant food
For young trees the approved pro-
portions are: Phosphoric acid. 6 pea
cent: nitrogen, 4 per cent: potash, (
per cent. These materials could be
satisfactorily supplied as follows:
Acid phosphate, 850 pounds: nitrate
of soda, 25 pounds; cottonseed meal
400 pounds; sulphate of potash-mag-
nesia. 42S pounds.
For bswmoerk land the entire quan-
tity of cotton seed meal should be


with coaditfos, particularly with va-
riety. It Is earliest with Satsumas.
and latest with sweet seedlings.
For the bearing tree the yearly ap-
pllcation-divided into three parts-
should start with about fifteen pounds
per tree and be annually increased.
with development of tree, until trees
in full bearing receive about fifty
pounds per year.
The best basis for arriving at the
demands of the tree for fruit alone
besides the requirements for growth,
as already described. is the plant food
actually contained in 100 boxes of or-
anges.
The quantities are as follows:
Phosphoric acid. 4 pounds; nitrogen.
7 pounds: potash 16 pounds.
On this basis the estimated yield
of fruit, per tree or per acre. may
easily be provided with its actual food
demands.-Southern Ruralist.

BEETS VS. A SILO IN FLORIDA
(Florida Fruit and Truck Grower.)
I have, at different times, recom-
mended the use of a silo to dairymen
of the South. I believe that a silo will

be very valuable to any dairyman or
anyone who has a large number of
cattle to feed. But It Is expensive to
build and also to fill a silo, therefore
It is not profitable to the owner of a
few cows. This being the case, I am
sure that the owners of small 8airles
will be glad to know that it is possible
for them to have an abundant supply
of succulent food for their cows all
through the cold weather when green
feed Is usually very scarce. A few
weeks ago, when passing a store in
Jacksonville, my attention was at-
tracted to some very large beets
which were displayed in front of the
door. As I was well acquainted with
the owner of the state, I stepped in to
ask some questions about them. I
found that they had been grown by
Mr. George S. Jennings, proprietor of
a dairy near Jacksonville.
Last week I made a trip to Jack-
sonville especially to visit the dairy
and see the beets on the ground. The
farm is on the edge of the flat woods
and requires ditches to carry off the
surplus water during the rainy sea-
son. The field on which the beets
were grown is tile drained. I did not
enquire how deep they were laid nor
the distance, between the rows, but
that is immaterial, as each one will
find it necessary to adapt his drainage
to his own conditions. Mr. Jennings
had on hand a lot more two inch tile
ready to be laid as soon as convenient
Mr. Jennings complained that he was
troubled to get good hired help but
that Is an almost universal condition
throughout the farming communities
of the United States.
The beets which I had come to see
were sown In January, in rows three
feet apart and thinned to fourteen
inches as soon as they were large
enough. The beets had been mostly
fed out to Mr. Jennings cows, but
enough were left in the field to show
that the crop must have been an
enormous one. I saw several that-
must have weighed from seven to ten
pounds each, and there were no small
ones. Mr. Jennings said that he had
grown many that weighed nearly or
quite ten pounds and that he was sure
that the average of the crop was at
least seven pounds per beet. Figure
on that a little. An acre contains
43,560 square feet: in rows three feet
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1 CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates maae on all
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I Biliousness
S"I have used rnr valuable Cascarets and find
thbe perfect. Couldn't do wtbnt them. I bave
IBed them for some time f-r ln.1:gett on anu bil-
SIouses and am now e .m'-iy iy cured. Iteovn-
| mend them to everyone. OW.'-e tired. yoU wll
mover be without tbe* In the rfnily."
e Edward A. Mrmm. Albear. N.Y.


hPaltablei. Potent Teste Good Do Good
Never a1es. Weaken or Oripe. nH. T s*O*. r-ver
sold-ia bflk. There genuine thbles stampit CCC.
arat te" besure or your m*aney back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. Ges
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FOLEY'S


The Modesty of
Naturally makes them shrink fr .1the ieni
noxious, WmninMoS, and unpleasant local
physicians consider essential in the treatment of di A..
Yet, if help can be had, it is better to sumbin to dti 1
the disease -grow mand spread. The trouble s ha .o.
an undergoes all the annoyance and shbaie or nothing.
of women who have been cured by Dr. Pierce's FmIk
tion write in apprvcistioo of the cure which spees w
nations and local treatments. There is no othr tiM.
and safe for delic-te women as Favorite "'"cripte on
debilitating dr ns, irregularity ,and fema e vakme-s. -h l
almost always curs.


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there would be 12,445 beets per acre,
call it In round numbers 12,00., and
there would be more if you use plenty
of seed and thin carefully. An aver-
age of seven pounds each would give
a crop of 42 tons per acre. whilee an
average of only five pounds each
would give a crop of 30 tons. What
an enormous amount of feed that
means. Of course such a crop can-
not be grown except on fertile ground.
Mr. Jennings has been farming on
this place for several years and it Is
in good condition, yet for this crop he
covered the ground with stable ma-
nure and then supplemented it with
400 pounds of fine ground bone and
200 pounds of high grade sulphate of
potash per acre. When the beets were
fully grown and laid by, he planted
sweet corn In rows between the rowse
of beets. At the time of my visit this
corn was about three feet -high, a rank!
growth of a rich dark green color, as
good a prospect for a fine crop as any-
one could desire.
Mr. Jennings said that he was go-
ing to try an experiment this summer.
He was going to sow beet seed every
month beginning In June. and keep It
up through the summer and fall. I
doubt if those sown in the hot weather
will amount to much, but by Septern-
ber, or certainly by October, they
ought to come on rapidly and do well.
If so, they will be ready to feed by
December or January. By sowing at
Intervals, a succession could be had
all winter and well on into the next
summer, as Mr. Jennings says that he
has had them up to July. The va-
riety which he grows Is the golden
Tankard, but there are several other
varieties of Mangel-wursels which
are no doubt Just as good.
. Mr. Jennings' farm was convincing
proof of the fact that a light sandy
soil will .yield bountiful crops i fyou
make it rich enough. He only used
400 pounds of bone and 20. pounds of
potash, per acre, In addition to the
stable manure. But his land was al-
ready in good condition. On ordinary
farming fand large amounts would be
needed. The Hastings growers use' a"
ton of commercial fertilizer per acre
for their potato crops.
While at his place, Mr. JennlnaS
told me of a crop of rape which he
grew last winter. It was only a little
over one-half an acre, not up to three-
quarters. He mowed it off five times,
and fed from It a dozen cows. He
said by the time he got over the
ground the first side was ready to cut
again. W. C. STEELE.
Switzerland, Fla.
STARVED TO DEATH


is what could truthfully be said of
many children who die. They have
worms. poor little things-they don't
know it and you don't realize It If
your child is cross, fretful, pasty
complexioned and loses weight for
no apparent reason, give it W'hite's
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur-
prised at the results and how quickly
it picks up. Sold by all druggists.
A Prize Song and $1,000 in Cash
The great song sung by Jefferson
"The Beauty Spot," will be given.
words and music complete, with next
Sunday's World. Elso $1.000 in cash
prizes is offered for six good ideas.
New music and new features are reg-
ularly given In the New York Sunday
World. America's greatest newspaper.
If there is no agent in your town send
5 cents in stamps to the World, New
York. and get this big metropolitan
newspaper.
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on
your trip this summer. It cannot be
obtained on board the trains or steam-
ers. Changes of water and climate
often cause sudden attacks of diarr-
hoea, and it is best to be prepared.

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA


SBetter Not ,oi',-


Dyspepsia

If yo can mhp i Kodol p
effectually helpin Nate bo Romb.b
But don't trifle wih ii. .


A great many people wh have
trifled with indigestion, have bee
sorry for It-when nervous or
chronic dyspepsia resulted, and
they have .ot been able to eum it.
Use Rodol and prevent haviag
Dyspepdsa.
Everyone is subject to tnigW-
Uon:- Stomach dersogen fot lows
stomach abuse, just as naturally
and just as surely as a sound and
healthy stomach results upoa the
taking of KodoL
When you' experience sourness
of stomach, belching of gam and
nauseating fluid, bloated sensation,
gnawing pain In the pit of the
stomach, heart bum calleded).
diarrhoea, headaches, duUnew or
chronic tired feeling-you need Ko
doL And then the quicker you take
Kodol-tbe better. Eat what yw
want, let Kodol digest it.
Ordinary pepsin "dyspepla tab.
lets," physics, etc, are not likely
to be of much beneft to you, In
digestive allments. Pepla i Oly,
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