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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 9, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03214
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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union to10 e gouvrnor. 3 4 FloriKa.
ige 600, advises that an amendment
P the constitution which prescribes
o time at which It shall go into ef-
et. becomes operative at once: that,
erefore, the people are powerless to
lopt an amendment to the constitu-
on going Into effect at a date subse-
sent to the date of the election at
which It Is adopted. He seems to for-
et that the constitution is the crea-
tre of the people of Florida, and that
eiy can amend It as they please. He
so seems to overlook a fact appear-
t In plain language In his article,
tat "the constitution of the ptate of
lorida, which was adopted by the
ectors of emid state at the general
section held In November. 1886. by
a ordinance of said constitution be-
tme effective on January 1. 1897." He
0o seems to have forgotten, if he
rer knew, that constitutional pro-
sloas are divided into two well ree-
rnised classes, vis: Those that are
Iff-executing and those that are not.
constitutional provision that Is not
fIf-executing remains Inoperative un-
1i the legislature, In its discretion.
anl by supplemental legislation earry
Into effect. And a constitutional
revision which requires subsequent
.stletfe to carry It into effect is
ot self-executing. It seems to me
mat the argument of the author of
me Wells article on this point Is so
bourd. so utterly lacking in prece-
ent or logic, that It is hardly worthy
f consideration.
The second Point
As to the second point. I am quite
are thag the consideration was given
he language of the proposed amend-
lent or a different conclusion would
lye been reached.
The first section prohibits the man-
faeture and sale of Intoxicating 11-
nors. except for speele purposes.
The second section requiurs the leg-


until after the session of the legisla- W mw w fire. The revolutionists lost a cannon
ture. in order that the legislature and four flags, while the Cossacks had
might have an opportunity to enact Opeas Into the Lobbo, cf the Oeala three men killed and three others
laws to properly carry all the provis- Home. wounded. The first detachment of the
Ions of the amendment Into effect. The Russian expedition that may march
journal will show that the committee Offers the very best service of to Teheran, exconspediting of a battalion
accordingly amended the original res- skilled workmen with modern ap- of Infantry. sailed yesterday from the
solution proposing the amendment and pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric Baku for Enzell, and further detach-
that the committee's amendments fans, electric massages. ments will sail. today.
were adopted by the senate. Then. Hot Runia0g Water at AU TiMes According to official advices the
assuming that there might be ambig- route of the revolutionaries at Shah-
uity in the text the text h f the proposed VINCENT C. DiET R, 1a a abad hasPhad a depressing effect and
amendment as to the time when it -.-- -.- - the leaders will scarcely be able to re-
goes Into effect, the object of it and assemble a respectable fighting force.
the proceedings of the senate in GEORGE FIX Their followers have been scattered In
adopting It, shows beyond a shadow of many directions.
a doubt what was Intended. PRACTICAL BRICK MASON The Bakhtlari tribesmen, however,
To Divert Attention Red and Pre Brick Work are 2.000 strong, and stiff fighting is
There is nothing In the contention Special attention to repairing fur- certain to ensue with Gen. Llakoff's
of the author of the Wells article but aces, boiler setting and Datch Cossack brigade in case the advance
an effort to divert the attention of the ovens, brick kilns and bakcr'. continues. The Russian force will not
people from the real merits of the ovens. If your bolter'doesn't steam enter the engagement unless foreign
eight. This we will not permit. We as it should, send for me, I am the lives and property are endangered.
are going to fight it out along these doctor. A CONTE ED WOMAN
lines (not. "if it takes all summer." as All Work G rated A CONTENTED WOMAN
General Grant said, but) if it takes No distance too late ana no hour is always found In. tne ame house
ten years. tdo late to respond. At the Carlton with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
If anybody thinks that the liquor House. keeps every member of the family free
people believe with the author of the OCALA. F LORIA from aches and pains, it heals cuts.
Wells article that the proposed burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
amendment will be "void If adopted." tism. neuralgia, umbago and all mus-
just let them wait and see if the !i- .IVDD ER a 3&i cular soreness and sUffness. 2e,6 oc
quor people fight the adoption of it. EC anDR A il A d $1 a.bottle.. At all druiss.
But their fight is a losing one.
Robert Mugge, the biggest liquor deal- CKEN GRAND DAUGHTER
er of this city. and possibly the larg- rUHNIKAL DIRE TORS DA
est individual dealer in the state, said Receiv Small Pensiom fr the
in an article published in the Tampa UUtkiS EH British Goversmi, t
Times of July 2d that he expected to London, July 9.-"In recognition of
be looking for another position in D. E. Melver Alfred OwL the literary eminence of their grand-
about two years. Undertakers. father, and in consideration of their
The people of Florida are not going straitened circumstances,." is the rea-
to permit their fair state to be made feo Caskets II Baal Ilm son given in a White Paper Issued to-
the dump ground for the undesirable day for granting a civil list pension of -
citizens of other states. All work done by licensed embalm- $2.50 a week to each of the four grand-
We will win by from ten thousand ers and fully guaranteed. daughters of Charles Dickens. The
to fifteen thousand majority. --- -- recipients are Mary Angela Dickens
Yours very truly, and her three sisters.
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Irn but by ascertaining the mineral pur- one-that the disease originate Ts
jose of the whi ]-; and wiwn the in- l water and soil and i carried by wind
tent ,. the whole is ascertained no -d water and is tal t ato the W s- H A T - '
_part of it is to be construed so that ----te by drinking unboled water.
the general purpose shall be thwart- "On a Jungle trip the men on toot Thm W" M11111117-1,
pe MH Dme C. MeMullan of Tamps ed. *but the whole is to be made to The Pernicious Imeit is oy One of are first taken III with malarial fever. i--^ bu w
of Pr s e bd;Plhtiban Amw- conform to reason and good discre- Many Agents of DisaminMtien th the men qn ybprAe back. and aft IPamCu, u sI
ittion." of all and ver y seldom. the men who ha to h A
nmet to the Censtitution The supreme court of California of the Diseas travel on elephants. I attribute this
says. in Fkrench vs. Teschemaker. 24 exemption of men traveling on ele- 11 1 Of POP.INF rI "q)
Senator Don C. McMullen. of California. 518: "For the purpose of New York. July 9.-D. Charles 8. phant back to the height they are.
IpML haa, at the request of C. L. harmonizing apparently conflicting Braddock, Jr.. of Haddefeld,. N. J.. from the ground. The higher you
clauses (In a constitution) each must formerly chief medical inspector., royal keep from the ground, whether tray-
n.3, speraitendent ofbe read with direct reference to every Siamese government, has written an eling or sleeping, the more exemnpt you
n Lege of Florida, pepared a other which relates to the same sub- article for the New YOrk Medical are from fever. I am leaving out In .
ply to the article recently written ject. and so read. If possible, as to Journal on perhicious malaria, as seen my consideration the taking of pro-
HLt. (, B. Wells, of Plant City. in avoid repugnancy. And to that end in the Malay Peninsula and in the phylactic doses of quinine and am T. T. Maree. Press. 5. 03L .i hii.i ..
leh Mr. Wells stated, that the pro- sections. paragraphs and sentences "Country of the Ghosts." which tends only considering the means of pre-
sed amendment to the constitution may be transposed; elegance of corn- to create a considerable doubt in the vention not medical.
this state, passed by the legisla- position may be sacrificed, and the minds of many physicians who had The use of mosquito curtains Is ab-
re during the recent session- and meaning of the words and phrases hitherto subscribed to the view that solutely necessary in tropical regions
oshbittag the sale of liquor in Flor- may be restricted or enlarged." the mosquito is te sole carrying for comfort, so they are always used
i after June. 1911. will be ineffec- The place occupied by a provision agent of malaria Infection. alike by rich and poor, and the use of
re if ratified by the people at the in a constitution is of no Imaterial im- Dr. Braddock. who also saw service them does not enter Into diacs eion
.eti In November, 1918. portance. State ex rel. vs. Barnes. 24 in Cuba during the Spanish-American here, because they are always used. T
senator McMullen, who is an au- Florida, 29. war, says: "As you travel to the north from
uorty not to be lightly considered. "The whole instrument is to be ex- "Bangtuhan Province, In Siamese Bangkok and leave clvllisaton behind,
kes the stand that the amendment amined with a view to ascertaining Malaya. is called by the common eo- you find as you progress that while all
II become effective at the time spe- the meaning of each and every part, pie the 'Country of Ghosts,' because the houses are built above the ground -o "|I
led, should the people pass it next and as a necessary result of tgule the death rate from pernicloua mala- they are built higher and higher in di-
....ar.. ..' II3Tfl ws that wherever it is possible "ii fever has been so large in cen-ren t proportion as pernicious malarial
Mr. MoeMull's Letter td do so each provision must be con- eurles past 4hat th country has been fever prevails in that section of the
..Tampa, a, July 4. I. strued so that it shall harnmonize with absolutely depopulated. nd the peocountry. In other words, the natives
Tampsa, Pl. aJuly 4. 19. all others, without distorting the pie believe in spirits that are wicked have found by long experience that
. C. L Collins, Jacksonville. Fla.: meaning of any of such provisions, to and cause all hum a4 sufferings, their only salvation In certain sections
My Dear Sir:-Your letter of the the end that the Intent of the framers Hence the derivation of the name. of the country is to live and sleep as
t st., callintag to my attention the may be ascertained and carried out "Now all scientific men are agreed high from the ground as possible, and
tide signed by 0. B. Wells. Esq.. in and effect given to the Instrument as that the mosquito carries the germ of it is easy to Judge as you travel I
ilech some one., over Mr. Wells' sig- a whole." Cyclopedia I, & P, page malaria and transmits it to individualss through the Jungle of the severity of
ture. feebly attempts to show the 730. Oooly's Goastitutional Limital and as time goes by It would seem the disease by the height of the
opsed amendment to the constitu- tons, page 70. that probably all mosquitoes carry It. houses from the ground.
Sto be Ineffectual, has been re- R Rule But to many men, myself among the "These localities are well known to
ived. ze RuIN number, who have had opportunity to the. natives, and dreaded and shunned
My reluctance in granting your re- In the light of then observations study malaria in the most malarial by them so much that they avoid
est for a reply to this article arises the meaning of the amendment must parts of the world, it seems reason- traveling through them If possible. In
am the doubt which I have as to the be clear. not only to the Judicial mind. able to believe that there are other certain section of Slam business and
ithorsblp of It I like to know to but to the laymen of ordinary obser- means and ways of propagation of the trade have been absolutely stopped by
ton I am replying, and I feel quite nation. But there are other well rec' disease, and tha the mosquito Is only the great death rate suffered by the
re that Mr. Wells never cpmposeuioginsed rules of consdtitutional con- one of the carriers, and not the only travelers.
e article referred to. The proposed struction that may be employed, if the "Now, whenever you disturb the
sendment to the constitution is as text of a provision of a constitution is earth in the tropics you disturb this
allows: ambiguous. great giant. This is seen In the ruby
"Senate joint resolution proposing The purpose of the constitutional mines, in the tin mines, and In the
Amendment to Article XTX of the provision may be ascertained from ex- WnAT f digging of embankments and canals.
patitution of the state of Florida. trinsic facts. Judge Cooley, in his ad- but If you cut off the Jungle and let
rating to the manufacture and sale miracle work on Constitutional Im- the sun in you can do more good than I
other disposal of intoxicating I- ltatrons, page 79x says: "If a drxi- all the mosquito curtains in the
Mrs or beverages. rulty really exists which an exami- world. Bat mark the difference--if you
"Be It resolved by the legislature of nation of every part of the instrument sleep a quarter of a mile away In the
e state of Florida. That Article XIX does not enable us to remove, there still uncut Jungle you will die. mos-
the constitution of tle state of are certain extrinsic aids which may quito curtain or no mosquito curtain.
olda be. and the same In. hereby be reso rt to and whichare more or "You must obey the following: A- .
wended so as to read as follows: less satisfactory In the light they at- Sleep in the open away from the deep "
"Artlee XIX. Section 1. The man- ford. Among these aids is a contem- Jungle. Do not sleep on the ground
acture and sale, barter or exchange platoon of the object to be accom- l or near the ground, but as high fromIf Ou are can helpOU '
all Intoxicating liquors and bever- plishedor the mischief designed tobe it as possible. If wet from tropical
es, whether spirituous, vinous or remedied or guarded aga nst by the rain or fording streams change cloth- Off the h in of
alt, are hereby prohibited in the state clausen which the ambiguity Is met ing as soon as possible. Always drink o t ; "
Florida, except alcohol, for medi- _th, boiled water. Use a mosquito curtain. o ff e .' ; 1 v*'
Sadentifc or mechanical purposes. Intent of the Lgislature Give prophylactic doses of quinine and become a free man, a home owner. I have mam h
id wine for sacramental purposes: There can be no doubt from ex- when traveling through the bad dis- smalch medium priced and large that I tan sa ell ou chermt
e sale of which alcohol and wine for traneous Information as to what the hr c -n you can elt heach hhaoowou payt
e purposes aforesaid shall be regu-he 'Country of the Ghosts' ath It- e month than you would tin renh witr teuGgos
ted bylaw. object of the amendment was. Then S t. pnt"
"Sec. 2. The legislature shall en- another rple of construction. If the UU 3 ok"C4p
t suitable laws for the enforcement text is ambiguous. Is that the pro- &O 0in--Iahr' BRAVE FIRE LADDIES
r the provislos of this article. seedings of the body proposing the at A a iBonreiVE svRE L DF .WED
"See. This article shall go into constitutional provision in question "MY FAVO IE oftn receive severe burns putting out
fect. on the first day of July, A. D. may be examined for light is to its fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica SalveRei fa
if" meaning. Again Judge Cooley says and forget them. It soon drives ou
The writer of the Wells article pro- page 80: "Where the proceedings pain. For burns, scalds. wounds-- --
eds to demonstrate: clearly point out the purpose of the For Sale by and bruises it's earth's greatest healer. FOR HEALTH AND PIAU *':
First. That the proposed amend- provision tho aid will be valuable and Quickly cures skin eruptions,.'old sores, .
mnt Is of n6 effect because It pro- satisfactory." An examination of the T. W TROXLER bolls, ulcers, felons; best pile cure The B at- -.
des by its terms thkt It doesn't go senate journal will show the proceed- made. Relief Is Instant 2o c at all lA ll
to effect until July 1. 1911. a date Ings with respect to the prohibition druggists. Y oo hitu U
absequent to its adoption, amendment to be, that as It was first. K w. ,.j
Second. That If the author of the Introduced It was designed to go Into W CRUSHER BY THE COSSACKS "Land of the Sky" WAYNES'VILL.E N. C. AWla,'tlirto 'u *'
ticle s, mistaken as to his first prop- effect on the first day of January. Ouafl AA
Mon (watch he seems to think 1911, and the second section provided Persian Revolution Will Give the Czar On the Southern Railway, one hour trom Ai CAi <
roably) and the amendment dos a penalty for the violation of the pro- a Grip on the Land of the Shah No consumptives. Hot and Cold siulphur Bath, Maile Bowia a I T .
Sa. Pa me of theonstitution visions of the article. In other words. COTRACTOR R St. Petersburg. July S.-Press dis- Sipecal attention to. mountain parties. Special p ut sad S Si .S
sere can be no legislation under it as originally Introduced the amend- patches from Teheran, Persia, give Informaton address G. C. ROGAN. ha ( ry r
atil the session of 1913. ment was made self-executing be- PLANS FURNISHED further details of the recent defeat at worth Inn. Asheville.)
heContentions Mad cause the time of its taking effect was Shahabad of the Persian revolution- "
The C tlone Made prior tp the next session of the legis- ON APPLICATION ists at the hands of -the Cosscks of .
The first ground of the argument lature. On account of the fact that the Shah. The detachment of Cos-
minds me of a pompous but stupid the amendment did not contain satis- P. O. Box 46. OCALA, FLA. sacks was commanded by Capt Pere- -_______________
Hlow who was in the law class with factory restrictions for selling alcohol _ _T _ biynossoff and took up its station in [O R
e. who made the discovery that the for medicine and wine- for sacramental one of the summer residences of the '
institution was unconstitutional in purposes, Senator Crill proposed, and 5 Shah. The attack was made at night. IIk TE VI t
several politas. The author of the the committee unanimously agreed HE UU I L A strong force of the revolutionists
Vells article discovers that because with him, to postpone the time when showed great courage, but were scat- -
.e supreme court, in re advisory the amendment should go into effect REAEDI H P tered and driven back by machine gun .
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to live. returning to
a' IS -lo ae. > i
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dwbl s.his phyiean'ps -asign In
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Sa ttractive city of Or-
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,bw. ha up his pra.etle at
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DERAILED AND WRECKED
The Jseksmmvlle train due here at
9:30 p. m. on the Coast UIn was de-
waned last evening about 8: while
beadg out of the MIeanepy Junction
tract ,Mr. Dave Haddock, formerly
An englnee em the A. C. UL and one
of the best Tnown men on the road.
we Istantly klled. Mr. Haddock,
with the e 'n't., Charles P. Miller.
and the flagma were standing on the
back platftm looking down the track
as the train backed out.
Mr. Haddock was a passenger and
was am his way home to St Peters-
burg. where he had a position as en-
gineer In a big sawmilL He was
standing on the bottom step when the
coach suddenly left the track and be-
gan to plough Into the bank. which
was several feet high. The train went
about three car lengths before it stop-
ped, when the end of the coach had
literally buried Mr. Haddock In the
sand bank.
Mr. Haddock had evidently .stepped
down onto the lower step to joinp and
was caught there. He was buried all
except one hand and the others would
not have known be was beneath the
wreckage of the ear and the sand if
his hand had not protruded. Mr. Had-
dock was killed Instantly and almost
cut in two at the loins. in addition to
a number of other deep wounds. It
required almost half an hour ta dig
him outL
The conductor and flagman, who
were standing on the platform, did not
attempt to Jump and were uninjured,
although they were literally buried in
a standing position by the sand and
clay that piled up against the end of
the each and had to be dug oux.
The coach had left its trucks as did
the second class coach back of it and
all of the trucks, air brake attach-
ments., gas tanks, etc. were stripped
fromvthe bottoms of the cars. The
coaches were turned almost over.
Of the twenty or thirty white and half
a dosen colored passengers, none were
even seriously bruised, but all were
badly shaken up and thought their
time had come. The engineer had
shut of steam for the switch, which
bad to be opened to let the train out
.on the main line, and the speed of the
train, was not over 16 miles an hour.
An attempt was made to take the
passengers into Micanopy to spend the
night, but as soon as the engine start-
ed of with the baggage car this, too,
left the rails and had t@ be abandon-
ed. Another train was sent for and
the paseg4gers and the body of Mt.
Haddock were brought to Ocala, ar-
riving here at i o'clock this morning.
7T1 wrecking crew had arrived at the
wrk before the passengers got away.
'Among the Ocala people on the train
were Mr. and Mrs. W. I Graham and
MI. J. P. Phbllips. There were two
other ladies In the coach. They kept
their beads admirably, better than
some of the men.
When the train arrived in Ocala the
remains of Mr. Haddock was deliver-
ed to Messrs. Smith & Roberts to be
prepared fo r burial. Mr. Haddock
was engineer on the freight train that
crashed into Conductor Cary Smoak's
train at Martin in June three years
age when Mr. smoak was killed and
his body with thoes of, two colorAl
men burned to cinders, since which
tiUe Mr. Haddock has not been In the
employ of the road. He was known
all u pand down the road as "Bob"
Haddock and was liked by all who
knew him. He must have been 45
years of age. He has a wife and three
finSe boys living in St. Petersburg, two
of his sons being almost grown.
Aesunt eof An Eye Witness
"Mr. J. P. PhllUps, the telephone
company's bookkeeper, who was In the
A. C. I wreck at Micanopy last night,
tells a graphic story of the same. The
trlan had slacked up and was running
at about 15 miles an hour, when within
a hundred yards of the main line the
rear coach left the track and burled
Itself In the sana. On the platform of
the rear car were the conductor, Mr.
Miller, the baggagemaster of the train
and. an engineer who was on his way
to St. Petersburg. The engineer at-
tempted to get of the train and was
buried beneath the wreckage and kill-
ed. It took an hour's work to dig him
out In the car, which when it stopped,
stood at an angle of 45 degrees, were
about 49 passengers, among them Mr.
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Graham


and Miss Ethel Moore. The last nam.
ed party became frightened and at-
tempted to leave her seat, the excite-
ment belig too much for her and she
tainted. Mr. Philips and another
passenger went to her rescue. Mr.
Phillip says the suspense attending
the careening of the car and the
crpling of the thmbers was nerve-
racking. The conductor took an en-
gine and went to Micanopy, telegraph-
ed to Palath for a train, whleh reach-


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TNKtE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT


ed the scene of the wreck at 4 o'clock
this morning and arrived I .- Deala
shortly after 65 cleck Mrs. Philips
was expecting Mr. Phillips. as he had
'phoned from Galnesville he would be
heme on the 9 o'clock train. -He did
not coate and she sat up and waited
until her patience was exhausted.
when she 'phoned down town and
learned of the wreck, but that the
train would be in shortly. You can
Imagine her state of mind and feel-
ings.. But on Mr. Phillips' arrival all
fear and apprehension vanished and
sleep came to their tired and wrought
up serves.

BRISTOL WILL SUPPLY BOOZE
To Wester North Caroliam, Virginia
and East Tennessee
Bristol. Va.. June 9.-Br a narrow
majority of thirty-eight votes out of
a total of 844 polled, the anti-prohibi-
tionists wop the local option election
here yesterday. Following one of the
most hotly contested campaigns of its
kind ever known In Tennessee as well
as in the half of the city which has
declared fqr the sale of liquor after a
dryness of two years.
Preparations are already being made
for the opening of saloons and whole-
sale supply houses for the supplying
of not only the immediate territory,
but half a dozen nearby states which
no# are in the prohibition column.
The wets declare a victory here.
following a recent one against prohi-
bition at Petersburg, Va.. will have the
effect of checking the state-wide pro-
hibition movement in Virginia and
have some influence toward preventing
the inroads of prohibitionists in the
South. They say tifat last night's vic-.
tory is but an opening wedge in the
greater fight for the reclamation of
lost territory In the South.
There is more catarrh 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 falling to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it Incurable.
Science has proved catarrh to ue a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market It is taken internally, in
loses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It eats 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. CHbNEY
& CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug-
gists, 76c. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.

BINGHAM A CANDIDATE .
Ex-Commission the Choice of Anti.
Tammany Foroes for Mayor of
New York
Chester, Nova Scotia, July 9.-Gen.
Theodore A. Bingham will accept. a
nomination for mayor from the anti-
Tammany forces. He made that cl(ar
today in a statement to a staff corre-
spondent of the World. He said:
"My greatest, and I might say my
only, regret upon retiring from' the
police commissionership is that I fear
the work to which I gave so much
pride will not be carried forward. If
my police administration has met the
approval of New York City. and the
people would like to se( that same
kind of administration in all of the de
apartments carried on from the city
hall in the pers0 of the mayor. I am
willing to undertake it I did not seek
the police commissionership. It came
to me as an honor unsought." I tried
as best I could to do the work well. If
a higher responsibility is to come to
me it must come in the same way."
General Bingham also made it clear
he could not undertake the work of the
mayor's office hampered by any obli-
gations that would run counter to his
sense of duty to the public.
Everyone would be benefited by tak-
ing Foley's Orino Laxative for stom-
ach and liver trouble and habitual
constipation. It sweetens the stom-
ach and breath, gently stimulates the
liver and regulates the bowels and is
much superior to palls and ordinary
laxatives. Why not try Foley's Orino
Laxative today? Sold by all druggists.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING


IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron in your home on a few days' trial.
upon request at my offlce:"or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing In the home, especially in
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the Iron is hot. No smoke


CHAMPAGNE DE POMMIS (EXTRA
DRY) Carbonated Apple Juice,
25c a bottle.*
PALMETTO PHOSPHATE, 10c bottle.
HERRING ROE, 10 and 15c a cap.
WHOLE EVAPORATED APPLES.
NO. 1 MACKEREL, 25c.
OLIVES, stuffed with Celery and Red
Peppers.


0. K. GROCERY
"THE QUALITY STORE."
NARVET CLARK, Proprklor.
Two hes 174


R. D. FULLER,

DENTAL SURGEON


Of e Over Mmnroe & ChambllM*
Bank.


OCALAY


- - VLORIDA


TERMS, CASH.
U

J. E. CHANCE

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


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
Office Over Cmmeral 3aw k
Phone 211.
Office hours: 1 to 12 a. 0 : 1 to
5 p. m.
TERMS, CASH.


CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. D.


sy wipeling au mow nese qymS
toms, and m Instituting ofort l T
prolonged misery. it has beenwE V a,
that a disease known is half eLe .
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pmcrips.f t a
scientific medicoe, carefully de asd by
an experienced and sk ilBMW
and adapted to waan's edeUheaigmsM
It Is deof Cative A eriea

alroots anm ma etMinbAms
vorite e pUo&-T par tmNmvth to
the wbole system a"d to the d e*n8 d
Unetly feminine Inp lr. frvw
worked. 1114rors t" rhoa a fghll
Uead ,aemL _im,,-beiprnl .
seamstresses, 49
nursingmothes, aesis wV-s
ralyDr. Pierce's Favrlio Prml
is Uh ffTteat bow a al
equate s an st~' 1 CAi
storative ol .
As a soothif ad- ,tree tlMg_- uMs
Ine Favorite Prerlcrp oa is uMmis al
and Is Invaluable In auilaan nd b'
doing nervous exItablty, b it l.
ervous exhaustion, nervous Wc.aM.
neuralgia, hysteria, aa, Vlts't
dance, and other .duemW ern ,
qmptoms eomamoly m 1
functional and oriauls 1 f
attur. It inodae -
Dr. Pierce's Pleamat Pellets
the stomach, H mart bow A

HEAD-HUNTERS BEING TAMED
Manila. July 9.-Insular Secretary of
the Interior Worcesteior Worcester 'returned yes-
terday from his annual tour among the
wild tribes of Northern Luson. He re-
ports excellent results of efforts to stop
head hunting and to stop Internal-
tribal wars.
The Ifugaos. the wildest, most turbs-
h-nt of the mountain tribes, who num-
ber over 100.000, have not taken a head
in 21 months.
Secretary Worcester discovered that
the mountaineers were exceednly
fond of athletic competition, so he ar-
ranged fiestas anld meets to bring
the tribes in friendly competition. The
plan worked well and tribes that had
been at war for centuries engaged In
races and strength contests on friend-
ly terms.
The tribes now are opening mioun-
tain trials between their settlements,
the larger towns planning to build
roads. They are engaging more gen-
erally in farming and weaving and
other peaceful pursuits, and the whole
section Is more orderly than ever.,


or dirt and I-at only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND The best ply s made are DeWltt's
Little Early Risers, the famous little
HOUSE FOR RENT SURGEON liver pills. They a s t
For rent an elgnt-room residence Office--Second Floor The Munroe & pleasant, easy to take andactprompt-
well located on South Third street. Chambli Bank Building, Oala, ly. They are sold by all druggists.
Appl) to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph. Florida.
at the Montezuma hotel. 'elephones-Office, 222; Residence.WEALTHY WOMAN KILLED
221.telephones-Ofice,1222;Residene. BY A BURGLAR
AN BARGAINS.
FAN BARGAINS Offlce Hours-9 to 1 za. m.; 2 to 4 New York, July 9.-White attempt-
An eight-incil Wes jnghouse electric p. m.; 7:30 to 89 p. m. ing to save her son's life, Mrf. .
fan that is positively guaranteed to --- N Sophie Staber. wife of a wealthy lm-
burn only three cents worth of elfe- poter, was shot and killed by a burg-
tricity in ten hours steady running. F. E. Mw LANE lar last night at the ataber home in
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the the fashionable Flatbush section of
electrical supply man. Brooklyn. The young man was hay-
*INCREASE YOUR w LIGHTJam &U m S ing a desperate struggle with the In-
INCREASE YOUR LIGHT rysicia truder when Mrs. Stabber appeared on
----... the scene and attempted to assist her
I have Just received a lot of the t son. awing a revolver the Intlde
celebrated Halophane glass shades for General Pratice Calls Made Promptly son. Drawing a revolver the intr
electric lights. These shades Increase Night or Day fban a t o he wom an thentr
your light power 75 per cent. Try and fled. Mrs. Staber fell to the floor
them. H. W. Tucker. the electric sup- special Attention to Obstetrics, D;- mortally wounded and died almost Im-
ply man.seams of Women and Children mediately.
The Coleman baseball team did not' oley' Honey ad Tar not only
materialize yesterday. The OcalH
juniors had arranged for the game Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building stops chronic coughs that weaken the
junior tad an fr t ihe 3ecod Floor; Phon, s, office No. 333; constitution and develop In eosump-
roand advthered the same and uitea tesidnc, No. 333. tion. but heals and strengtlmns the
crowd gathered to see the game OCALA LORDAlungs. It affords comfort a relief In
didn't come off. OCALA, FLORIDA.worst ases of hro breachti.
ela in tkin roev', i. asthma, hay fever and lung tremble.
Delay In taking F'oley-'s Kli~dey! __-


UST E TAI M ....
-; PASSED THE NMMTE

A bank's customers who remain withSe6d 9 e a l4l00l4"t
it year after year brand that bank as .'-d Os'e 0- .erf
cood. The fact is an indication that Washlngton, . & t i
it will be a good bank for you. passed the Setji t iter t -eleikl
Steadfast customers are satisfied Jat night by a vote of 46 to S4t The
customers, which means that the bank: republicans voting In the negative
renders good service., not only good were Beveridge of Indians Uriheew of
service now but it shows also that Kansas, Brown of N'Xebraua. ilJtt
past service was good. Past and press. i of Nebrsaka. Clapp of Mintent
ent good service are conclusive point- Crawford of South Dankta CI-mI
ers to good. future service. of Iowa, Douver of Iowa. 1aP iefle oS
. We point with pride to the names of : Wisconsin, Nelson of Mlamasets .
a large number of our present custo-; Senator MeEnery of l aldamn a waN
mers whose names have been carried the only democrat recorded In the a-
on our books since the bank was or- formativee. .
ganized 12 years ago Senator Curtis of Kansas oferes an
We are also pleased to note that the amendment providing a countervaillng
names of o.ur present customers have duty on crude oil from any antnr
reihained on our books constantly since; and imposing a duty on American oil,
their first transactions with us. 1 such a duty to be one-half of the duty
And again, we congratulate our-1 levied on American ,oIL. This was
selves that new customers are con- adopted.
stantly being added to the number of, In opposing the amendment, Senator
the bank's patrons, and from the past Bacon. of Georgia, had read a eom-
records of our customers, we have ev- munication which declared that while
ery reason to believe that these new oil had been on the free ist, the ceun-
names will remain with us. tervaling duty placed upon It co-stitu-
We shall render you this same satis- tuted a "joker" that really gave It a
factory service for whatever business high rate of protection.
you may give us. This. the communication decsred,.
THE MUNROEA rCHABLISS BnANK had brought into the treasury of the
THE MUNROE" CH.MBLISS BANK Standard Oil company In twelve years
Ocala, Florida an aggregate of $1i33,M.Sp.
An amendment by Senator Newtand
--- ---- creating a tariff commisalson, was la
on the table.
SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE Upon motion of Senator Aldrich. the
vi* president announced the Sew-
A fine soda fountain for sale; cost ate conferers as follows: Senators
$3o: will take $150 -a.h for it. Ap- Aldrich, Burrows, Penroee, Hale, Cll-
ply to S. A. Moses & l1rotherg city. Ion. republicans; Daniel, Money and
Bailey, democrats.
PIANO TUNING The senate adjourned at 11:18.
Ten years exper-ence. references.
any music teacher in Ocala, any D01OR & MIS t
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M. Iuansford. city. 1-8-tf Are said often to be buried 1 a m WM
ground. But many t1am wom- etal -
WANTED-A combination book- their family phyicdams, nffrmnasth
keeper and stenographer. Good post- I imagine, one from-d-s slaa= &Mre
tion for the right man. Address, book-! heart disease anatb from Uvliver rki-
keeper, care 'Star. 6-7-3t i ey disease another from iervo
tration, another wint phai bh Wlt
-- -and i this wayf they lprwems ad te
themselves and their eor ewer-


hisapills andpoit aniouLin. ealtjIh
cuuse of asu g-UP
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COLLEGE, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS SF OV mC, .XPioEl
FPIN ARTm, DOMESTIC AM *oA O M. ANI AM

Carnegte. Hall and. third men's dornitory n gw eolpetaic zatlOwi
lights, steam & Wn: .rma beat; large acutyw; perfect -. t4
tons; 'Sne gymasium, athlete Gelds. boating, tenans courts, WK
baseball, football and basketball teams champloma of tr-ia ni
NearW a quarter of a million dollars -endowment; ea 0d
hlsbps available: Christian but

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Manufacturers of cement brick, building Ublok.-
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our.motto i,"to please "
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S BAND CONCERT PROGRAM
^ sS^S vSC^ u,.: " '+" 'r.,. ,, +* *+.-,-+, li l The regplar weekly ccert wi be rgl ew c I be
evening at 8: 1eock, provd the .
wesR m- ~ -weather will permit The following is
S--. ..ia- C E i V E B I -.-_o. Have Your Lawn Mow Y
l- ow- IAN&.tm. i o L "Sextette r e"-l'""-.
&3. Waltzes, Belles of Sevle"-J. B.

Searle wn ".bona4 d "t B- 4. Selection. "Remicks' Hits No. 5"-
m -i s J..- ELB, u. ,
d, .7;-... q W f t CheMs e L. Mareh Gentry's TrIumph l"-Frede

S o C. O'Hare. There are several
,o ,. her .v .a t.t l S a 1 G SaJle 7. March, Old Faltho-Ab the fo1-
Mr.0 Dmshle et Ofna, in at f h Sar Hams and .L Overture. "'Lustspier-Keler-Bela.
S. i S.At Breakfast Bacon A. E. Gerig. Direc..
-. -- s e w Wir "in E W kA FLORIDA bCENE TONIGHT O
of e .. e o I Prm a tract the Air Dmo the tonight Mr. Wtt overn-
a*. -7 -l-----r o .. . -, n Tucker will show any interesting
r ^- ,Florida scene. a full reel of pictures O ld -le way,
portraying a *1;eminole's Verge*efB."
Y-', t* D g ou may not have the opportunity In Ofencoi or m ai aI
"an-g 1 s h at the Conet tharme e. years of seeing a Florida rheI ata
M'E -Bmovint picture show. as they are rare
.- a .1 a e adfa r1 a---e between AY and farbet ween. There are several
Mr., .. o Mro W si Iother good- subjects on the program
.. .$POW A afor tonight
Ssee.-.IsCat-ale.,- ti s --'Hll dr 3.-- -
SMr. J. erekel, who ad the con. ntfurnhedroo orrentat
The pide of the Court Pharmacy s tract to do the wiring InWork t Ole govern-








:., ''el a-g L I ..T-- .... aI pofrenlceUei Also one nelP fure ment build g. t yesterday for hisCOPL ,
'+ +:-". .-- tATa ..=--.= Mr J L M ie.tdru n ly we usedm ich arme select hom e in Milwaukee.st dauter f
ed by men of experience.








0:1'1110.-1-0 rl1 --- -- o--r- -- ... .... .---ep .-p Mars. E. van HooDai, returned today
NMs. a. C as to ma. Thee I afobetter Stock Of flne from a visit to her daughters. Misses AOI
rrit g p in te city than we BsyeRand Marguerite Porter, atEPAIRI AN
3.f F Ii E Gr ofs cm e.Corme C lbSan look I itoer If ainesville, GA.







b1, I a se.t h Sn r"ee we t a-h r iTials at the -ealas s omehig _ale at fiTve dollars each. W. _ark. y
of the k a main &a o any d ore have a mostind w e arr a full line of
IT ~ 0 o LOST-A PhiKAe bPSig=ma fter- f Int piees. The Anti-Monopoy MONTHLY WOODMEN MEETING

Swit to W I e as stre. r et mptne t ar office and pure Mrs. John, T. and Carterwis of Oklawaha Fonks;rt Kingalo 3 Camp W.FOR 10 HOUR RUNNING bheld
SU.ad roa L & the Ocala BOO -ewM ceive reward. who has been watching over hferp at Yonge's Hall this evening. an-
i s wwas r t Mlr. l at the hospital, went home this after-l mItation and other important bewinch ess.






S. Mr. T. Td w. t A. Halsell. the young aer and Wtinghou electric fans that I l
S' / trucker of Oak was n town te havdaghte' left todarevey for range et me ke returntomorrow Tone ANY
'0 WyPrbere they wl vidit Mrs. Tompkinm ROOMS FOR RENT ?RD-0@ CLINCHES O






S. t -MEN R T eay tmO treatment for id he had omplet shippg n- or two of them ip your home or on few days FOR RENT-Fve-ro osenea
-- of evr. t l laty that uld have loumping station. Applywere to H. C. Elegant furnished rooms or rent at
S, RENT-Two to Jones, Ocala Botlk sorks, OalaKidney factory the Wisteriaupply man. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
-- Mw- atFw Vau al ov the el oeea Also one nidtcelua .these organ-. RolsneP Violet Talcum is one of the FN USE FOR RENT SA LEWLL _ASc IfOM
S r. .shed bedroom onsecondfloor, one- Miss caroline Priest. daughter FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE
A la i as .box aloff block sttn A. C.ore. depot. Apply Major Priest of Dhousy, returned today
msuabaao with theg 34 Oklawaha avenue. from a pleasant visit to friends at I have six fne pointer puppies for REPAIRIMS AND TI
; i MWi There were ad rreIvals at the Otala Mss l an pe and Mr.ale at on ve dollars each. W. H Clark. A R I O
o'a a sON ae at "a main. stay of any drugstore. Accuracy ear In mind we carry a full line of ite" a u
Sw li e a Mr. Rpt have dr a automoe affordsand Carter's inks; also 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
C .~ H, t he 8afErad ofbk.. t he Ocala Oe retuned -a. .e a e di ls a tur fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala A J
adi.ifl e tlae vD- inst i lat. at business mae of the largest n the News Company. How is that. Thin o auto-
Sit e country. Sed s your pre. Another shipment riptionso hard watemobile but one of te new nch
n ladt.V Ia( y. ay was in town today. T~dydl gs & Awter. B. Halsell, the young farmer and Westinghouse electric fans that I
,-.. i t" trucker of Oak. was in town today. He have rubber revived buggy and harness
SAt. 1" ,O SM MEN t Mr. doses will J e OUW Das ht llan- eng- treatment for said he had completed shipping canta- or two of them I a your home or on
af iit a y to pa of fever, P. poek a slight m Igularlty that could have loupes and returns were quite satis- your desk. H. W. Tucker, to e ele-
s ar aa sear. yOU have to been cured. quIekly by Foley's Kidney factory. trial supply man.
*h A M me a ha le a pak r i a no not fhal o lr, S Remedy buetds up the worn out tin- Hand children and
f 8 am tiK a WsetC o L gdOs a guest of a4 the Campb se toda -es and store ngthens these organs. Rose t Violet Talum is one of the HOUSE FOR RENT






bs wi a paur *m' a Sold by al dru exists. Te ware at the Oathe Postofee Drag
5 we pmaI, ye Try a b of that ebr eream, store. A new seven-room house for rent.
i efts atoal Momau foW b urm and frckas and themnI Court s Etel and Hope and Mr. on Daugherty street. Apply to A G.
1 Stg P i0 y yon forsWhot aa mlph obta e ete "d te the Gloa, aar stG.A. Iar and son b oe, G rates.
S.irg Thg amVe Wa nbpitona a r may New York, p Miss HB ope Robinson came u today from the lake. In anpe r n t f A a a
whlikess wel the u*i oe 'm'k Mr. Clitwrd Leanders, Chef clerk at and Mr. RMlph Robinson have been at-. automo e and returned in the after- HOUSES FOR BENT
t be atM ill* the Ocala Be lee s roe frometr A teadinsBhobl and Mine Ethel went noon.

Ilk --- _. :10 j s Modern tireDbugy end en harness,
SHavaa~ lorida. t spdah Pshort time with them In a for the ast two years
acr i company. them home. Another shipment of hard water well located an hls wApply to Jkson-
I f i y. The tie aa- Aes. l C. Ouim er water Natiol BiscuitIn at the Postofe dru ff- eph e at cot union depot. Mr. ALL K





Sda ata land Z' v o Oatore, are at returoned rb gy business and pleasure -.- aOrubber 0 oAuggy and we harness
A ai we we m a e wt M. ake Brown has e t a ear n yesterday, shaking hands with his both good as new. Will sell at a bar-Ma C
St l sAolidity to load of Va Camps pork and When the digestion Is all right friends and securing orders for his gain if taken at once. Apply to L. B.






-m When-- r n Mthe d y eto w n Is-a rin g h to the lake house. McKense, the ele lan.A p t
~ yeS per fec' tfoir b. wolavisle d a aL o f the bowels regular, there Mci te erian
F A new ipomeft 2 a that fao so A m a eturhl crving and relish for food. Do not forget that you can find any- Mrs. R. S. Hall and children and
new a ot ple Flas received at te AWs h thi s In lacking you may know thing you want in crockery and glass- the Misses Williams left yesterday for
Wt, .t.m i U doeif P J h Utamch and -ver Tablets. They ware at the Oala News Co. bze to enjoy its delightful at-





|e., ahe ei oe Em a s ar rf o tde tm Glob apestllettak stokbu ho e Mr. Benjamin Brigga, who has been

wagL The mgr yes s--e, the less es, the city. Tydi e & D ville, wt there he ill take the responal-
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1 Mr. C..Carmh Isaalong with you when going to the lake. Up-To-Data. First Class nlatau
hess tript. th eorm th and west. e Get them at the court pharmacy. YOUR APPEAANC3 Miss Clare More and her mother. ,
l F a y a s w was retur In la week or ten e R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville, Will not suffer If you have to we for Rabun Gap, Ga., where they wll
?et u sell ani make of secon4-hand spectacleS, spend a month or six weeks.
5heigare always webeMom. bet t at thae Poaostae f typewt tr upon easy terms if desired. They are improving to most p T-he remains of CoL Adam chel- Scrap Iron and Metals,)
"I ml 'ooe. h tt. Mom"cent atth W Dt lU- bherer ai ou to Adam


S_ AL =%V4V .....r e Mr. P. B. Beckham Ia at home from PA a .O on w o berger will be brought to Oeala from
e Kt. it k Part Tasa, where he has been understand how. Atlanta tomorrow and the funeral will
Ssampli phophate rock. He was at Your eyesight Is too precious to take place Sunday.
ao 9 o have m% Preceived tr t%& new Port Timpa during the rain storm. He neglect. You owe them all the at-
S "dS' e .sad lthe storm was something terrific. tention and care that they may need. I. C. Davis & Co., or JacksonvileNo. 1
I-squic IM tl Na o l FOR SALB-t40; auto buggy, 40- They Get Careful Atteutib Heem each; I7.50 per doen.
ve se A ordeal ad -poisOM emts at tM Inch whLsold robber ire, 2-horse- DR. D. M. BONEY, The remains of David Haddock. I
.i ",T wI tinS S P te Si s .power. .2-cylinder. engine, fl leatherT he remains of Davilld a. dock.
N mane. a a-top; relitt-d w.ith new- .-.. Bo*73, Zo Eyeslght Speocallst.
0.. LA"dLMrs. elder of Beler passed thra ree wthwpars Bo73,. eOcsh anopy last night. were sent to St. Pc-
Ocala today on her way to see m ..a.. Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and tersburg this afternoon for buriaL A
at La Butler. Tour prrlptlos, when left at the 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical offte committee from the Ocala Masonic
LL./ *. Court Ph.... m, are compounded lodge had charge of the body.
Tali ia ImT e Tte cents wll ta y for t m pure and fresh drugs. Phone us; ad laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary
0. P om.- Get oie of theos -cI. h We5 W'I call for and deliver your pre- blqck. Look over our line of toilet prep-
wgy TagAAy sUMaa aM f oa H W. r. arations. We are quite proud of the
I -- B I V-" others al I- _ ne stock. Perfumes, powders and
we wv a MLrs Harrl of Bmsll, who ha I U T-Bmlith & Wesson .38-callber soaps of the finer grades. Tydings & If you don't say this Is the best
U 00 I. 0 llb It. I Mb" a toaate oft the h lbdsalir a reWvolW. Wedet day night Will pay Company. n Die
f. tMthb, has m. to4lberal reward for Its return to M. F.
r at- -e -a m1d w01 n"r eYD V s on, at Hogan's. 7-3-t Frank Gadson, proprietor of the The m-Wekly J
.A i l Waib~3 # Ocala-Bazaar, was a passenger on the.
S l l MAN--Our Illustrated catalogue ex- train that was wrecked at Micanopy The Carrier anm Pa
p l L imi ts how we teach barber trade In junction Ist night The Womn's We
-N ^. 3 ,,o. I-m -few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber *
Meta a y bt a Cllege, Atlanta, Ga. _ DON'T GET A DIVORCE
l"re BesM i D "i M n e A western Judge granted a divorce
I t Bbre. thrn Mis Dixie m heridan entertained on account of Ill-temper and bad
_' ite q mber of her young friends breath. Dr. King's New Life Pills
V7 ; afternoon la commemoration U would have prevented it. SThey cure oer
Sh e Dir wth irthday. Those who tas- constipation, causing bad breath and Send today, as this ofer ,
'.- < littl Di"l" were her mother. liver trouble the Ill-temper, dispel
.aa~a **MM Mrs iW. J. Sheridan. Mrs. Shea, of colds banish headaches, conquer
S Gaie ville, Miss Fliorence Walters ow rchll 25c at al drggists.
Sand Mr .H. McAteer. The afternoon am
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,W i- rehfrehments and the re- BL |Ea l No Oklawaha.
1401viDS and giving of presents the lit-
ti *Me meatte ones were very happy. for rent Apply to EL C. Jones-
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trip to the Brick City Thursday .last. OCALA, FLA. expecting -gand will be prepared to n-* 4:0 pm 6:15 am Lv ..... ..B.ll. ... .... ..
Mr. Whitfield Dupree and family, of C. M. DICKERSON. T. P. A., tertaln a greater crowd than ever'be- :40 p 7it poLAr .... Jack vill ....
MeIntosh. are pleasant callers here TAMPA, FLORIDA. fore. A new picnic ground was s- 7: pm am Lv ... ..J&lle
among friends and relatives, elected. It Is near the allroad. at what 11:40 pm 12:45 pmAr .. .. avaaf ... ..A 1:1 i
Commissioner M. M. Proctor, of Pe- POSITION WANTED-A saw min is known as the Grantham Lake. a 11:5 am 1:25 am Ar........aleigh .. .... 8
dro, passed through this place Thurs- woods rider wants a position; can few hundred yards southeast of Mr. :*40 pm 7:50 amAr.. ... Potatmouth ...Ar W
day on business, give best of references, namely: J. D. H. C. Martin's house in a beautiful 5:01 pat 5:30 amAr .....Rc. heod .. .... ArW:
Mr. Robert Perry, one of Pedro's Scrugg~. of the McGehee Lumber Co, oak gre. ;35 pm 8:54 amAr ..... Washlngton .. ... L t .-
most prosperous farmers, and his Levon, Fla. 6-30-dwlm There is a movement on foot to sell pmSl:02 amAr ... ..Baltimore .. .. .. Lv S
friend, Mr. Hayes. were In our burg out the old church and lodge room at U651 i pml2:2 pmAr .. .. Phi4hla.tss .. .. ..ML 2 2:
this week purchasing hogs to get the this place and bui a new a d bet,- *:* am :45 pmAr .... -*.MwTrk .. .. L* 11
benefit of the cull melons. ter one In a more desirable lcality. *Pasenlgers may reftaa sleeper ont l 7 a. aL
Mr. S. C. Weldon made a business The Rents Lumber Company are SARASOTA ,RANCH "
ternoon. ^ O NA O N Springs, In order to get more spur 11 8 ..10a n. :3cne '" Ce
Mr. Reuben Redding. of Shady, and "Plarover nie years I suffred with chemlelo built out into their fine tract of tim- 7:40 p10:40 am Ar .. .. ...Paet .
Mr. Juney Branch, of Dallas. passed = OMdaeinoMntiml a o tae b- ber. 7:55 pm :5 amAr .. .. .Masmtoe..... .. .
through here Wednesday with a fine hIMave an settoa on my bowels. ily I We are sorry to report the Pine hr- 8:00 pm l: am Ar .. .. ..raatw .... .
mried Casear-U. and soda i m a wel- becue a failuremlst Fiday..Ine $: 3 ps11:.411 amAT .... 3 ..... t
bunch of beef cattle, en route to the Dur;nathe"hne year I C becue a failure last Friday, s eeense- 11:4 Ar .. .... ..
former's home. r2erunto'dmiserywithaales. Thase quence of the heavy dowv pour QUICKET SRRVICE TO AMD PS .1 W .M
IJttle Vester Scruggie. who has been a ae thi in behalf of suffenn human ity. rain. These arrivals and departres a we a
III with fever, is slowly improving un- B. F. As r. am u Capt P. J. O'Hara, of Jacktv.le, other empates are given as n mIsrnatle
der the skillful treatment of Dr. T. K. was here a few days ago, looking at- Pullman Drawing Room Seenlag CarshetJma
Slaughter, of Levon. Best For ter his naval stoes business. on trails Nes. 14 and SL Dining Car Service. '.' .
Messrs. Shedd and Frank Lightsey. TheBowels Mr. J. S. Grantham's new store Paror Cafe Cam between Tam and 5e ,
of Bellevlew. wore here Wednesday building tis about completed, and the an 4 P, a U ialning Rm SeeofntaISe m6 S
making inquiries of some stray cattle goods are being hauled ovaer d .ew T taf e h..*.an C a pr resea tiM a m8 -..
Quite a number of young folks from opened up. ift e is
here and Pedro attended the picnic Ca4 NUM GAHmFA Mr. James 8. Brinson was brled I bo or write to 1 C 3 LT AInst e. .0m
and ball game at Belleview Saturday the Eureka cemetery Monday after- A. w aUinO 'ta euag i tass'.
and report a royal good time. noon at 4 o'clock, with Impressive Ma-
Mrs. George Heath and baby, of sonic ceremonies. He was one ea the i i a,,a.
Hastings, who have been visiting her Pleass.Palateble.P*N.Tn.Oood.DoO pioneer settlers of this country., He
sister. Mrs. W. R. Greer, left Tuesday s "s eI b i' went through the f Or l biL.Thsewa.aiHt awlae years dageCO
for Moss Bluff to visit her mother. 3uarnote.nd o cure oryor money back. war. He was near 90 years of age
Mrs. M. J. Sellars. of that place. Sterling Remedy Co.. Chic2i :or N.Y. tfe He came here from Georgia tweaty
Mr. W. M. Redding. from here.i at ANNALS" TOEL M NIB x years ago, and feamd a lam
tended the Sunday School picnic at -.i ly. .1 .. .. I..
Stokes Ferry Thursday and reports a We are pleased to note the return
most enjoyable time in spite of the of Mr Hill, the coamileeary a2, who BOUTE OF THE CVi BKA1 D
down pour. has been at Suwannee Springs for
Mr. M. P. Pritchett made a flying several weeks, recupeating his health, ',
trip to Rutland Srnday to visit his iand much proved. T
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STH BOYS IN GRA -
Where are the boys in gray.
Who rallied 'round their banne _.
bright,
On tie Reefs of Their Homes in the Give us their wirv and sweetheart WerM WIS G ma s e -h 1t im .
Fought for their home. their native W I
Entirely Under Water right. a aIrs 0 e w a i l r P ..
Kansas City, July 9.-The flood- Who. when 'mid the battles roar,. Bangoer. Me. Jly - Re ly at_ Gh idI
stricken district of Missouri is still With dauntless heart and rebel.and Us Society, whae prieat ba
overwhelmed by the misfortune which yell, of operate s is at i Ma. has '
has come upon it. There is some Surged forth to meet the charging celved advies tha t 'e et the J'
promise of relief however, as the river f,,. world is to come at 10:30 a. n, We4*
Is slightly lower today than it was at Plunged straight through the belch- nesday, Sept. IL
this time yesterday. ing shell. The Rev. tanP k ans e., wto v teig.
Boats which reached several of the inated the seeat i fals M--oW 1- a-
flooded towns fund thousands of per- Oh, many ftll on the battlefield: jah,, "e U mn- KhW aa ev-
sons marooned upon the roofs of their Full many a home left hare, eral euphoious tithe, a Mys.-a. e
dwellings, waiting patiently for a Some the gems of the dear old South, Holy Gholt ~n Us Sciilety s IIBe
chance to get away. In many places Gavt their lives for their country at ShiUoasany he egt ty iew,
domestic animals, such as cows. logs, there. at zho in eprepa htle J a thel W.
etc.. had been taken upstairs in the And those that are reft--4God bless pure white robes. pm uIp I the-
houses out of way of the rising water. them h oaseto of their am ti t -e . h im d
There has been some loss of human Th.ir steps are feeble and slow; questered Maine vlage and aw, the -010m
life, and a great loss of horses, cattle Th- ranks of the old vets are thinning dread moment. Whe It c e th ey dll
and poultry. Their heads are now crest with expect to see the sy go toe. ta & t the -- j
The work of rescue is being carried earth busted" Into samitbereems, the-
on as rapidly as possible to do anything sun tumbling somewhere ad they *
on as rapidly as possible. It was al- The sand of time is ebbing fast. themselves tz'vqp4mte4 Into %lb ish* Mdll
most impossible to do anything last Soon. therell be a vacant chair: bliss, while all others pas lMate de f "Gli el i nlI
night. The rush of the waters is so "Talps--tonight, and when the reville struction."
swift that many of the boats have sounds =
been forced backward and their oc- They will muster to roll call up A HIORRIBLE HOLD-UP
cupants gave up the task until the there. Evelyn M. Brown. "About ten years ago m brotherO
flood shall subside to a degree. The Written In honor of my father. John was held-up. In hi work, health and IL Yo*,0 tW6
relief trains which were sent out have W. Dye. happies by what was believed to be bar k it Wwag t
been unable to reach Pattonsburg. hopeless consumptiom writes W. I. Yes au 2 d '501
where the people have had practically !F YOU KNiW Liseomb. of W.hitgmto N. C. "R e m om **44ili-
no sleep for the past two days. th-h merits of the Texas Wonder, you took all kinds of remedies and treat- a n "-a-
v alley are entirely under towns a n t he would never suffer from kidney. blad- ment from several doctors, bat f ue, a@ru-*
valley ae enrely under water der of rheumatic trouble. 1' bottle two no help tIH he used Dr. Kmi's New"
ONLY WANT TO BOSS month's treatment. Sold by druggists Discovery and was wholly ctued I t I1.
ONLY WANT TO BOSS or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr. six bottles. He Is a well man today.
London, July 9-The Bishop of Sails- E. W. Hall, 2926 Clive Street. St. It's quick to relieve and the sapst
bury. who was one of the deputation Louls, Mo. cure for weak or sore aga he ma.. '-
of clergymen who recently made a ages. coughs and das broeachitis, la
tour of Germany. said yesterday in ad- -LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA grippe, aAthma, and all breoeilal af-
dressing the AngUcan and Forelgn ATLANTIC COAfT LINE ections.teed by alln Tral bottle ee.
Church Society, that he does not think Guaranteed by all dr|ggIst_
there Is any real desire for war among $15.25 Mobile, Ala, July 31st. August pi
the Germans, but he found considera- 1st and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th. ex- SPECIAL EARLY BREAKIASTS'
ble desire for the power to make war tension to August 28th. -
and for possession of such naval and $83.90-h104.65-Los Angeles and San Those wishing extra early break-
military supremacy as would enable Francisco. on sale various dates. fasts ean get same at the lk Caf M
that country to dictate to Europe and Limit October 31. Variable routes ea-'y at 4:20 If they desire.
in a crisis, or if necessary to dictate and stopovers. -
to the United States. $95.40-Seattle. Washington. Variable IT WAg HIS DEa1L b m* ,I .i "o w*
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY $he 3Montea1le and Sewannee But the Grim Reaper Had Stased e i
attended by the hignest priced baby Tenn., July 1. 10. 17. 23. 24. 30. Au- ,Cards o Albert K el
specialist could not be cured or stom- gust 13. and 14. ..Limit September *Mulberry. July 9.-"It Is my deal," *
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or j. Stopovers allowed. exclaimed Albert Kane Satarday night,g g in p.ag h t
surer than your baby if you give it -'or further information call on or as he fell dead to the floor In the barn S SlSS iuSpg r,
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr- write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.: or of his father near this place.
hoea, dysentery and all derangements J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A., Tampa. Fla. Mr. Kane was sa yon g of 21 Ii 1 "
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25 or 22 years of age and was raised here.
cents and 50 tents. Sold by all drug- He was a brickaaon by trade and Wahl K he de t e 5
gists.A IA possessed a fondness for @ards. He mh ei tl5 t, by
was apparently In perfect health, and 0nRg E heal ..i sM
MIDDLE WEST FLOODED R'Iu f' aad ChilNrA M was entertaining his friends Staurday hasg *y saitaurs a
8t Joseph, Mo., July 9.-The flood a iTlght at his favorite pastime. when te al. k 000-
j.situation in this district is now the ka l e --- death came unexpectedly as be utter- ma a -"-
meet serious ever known in the Mid- ed the above words. He was of good --a agA It Adu sr tthe asA
die West Railroads and telegraph BMW t family and numbered his friends by E j-g w4t N~ lat-W g siest
systems are tied up completely and it SiLnature of the score. I t fta Ill *m
is impossible to accurately estimate The body was Interred In the Me- g gr my lin B. e -s,
the number of fatalities that have oe- dulla cemetery Sunday afternoon. Rev. .z h t e
curried. It is believed that not less LOW ATES E. J. Barber conducted the funeral a a ak ksmt. l
than twenty have perished and in ad- services. The bereaved family have mi ag mr. W-ha *.
edition to thi list, there are many yet vIa the the sympathy of the entire community. 011ma11 ig ggg~6 *o f4IdNll tl
unaccounted for. Reports from var- 1kAkOahi AIR --iNE ad. 9 s Meed aS old t -a Sa mdl
lous places say that the waters of the If people with symptoms of kidney af0 a6 g 1 MB 1,1
Missouril river are still rising. $1i7., Asheville. N. G.. and return, or bladder trouble could realize their IA gOpla 3.1.1 k-had ;ahes,
account Dramatic Order Knights danger they would without los of d a pes ad
Many 'people with chronic throat of Khorassan, biennial meeting. time commence taking Fbley's Kidney tm brae tr ev .
and lung trouble have found comfort Tickets on sale July 8. 9, 10, and jflls, This great remedy stops the KiuM.W tl wist A ,* ,
and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar 11. FInal limit July 26. 1909. pain and the IrrefulaMtles, strength- gf th m1 s tc 1i ha b lIa
as It cures stubbon coughs after other $1&25-Knoxville, Tenn., and return, ens and builds up these orgass and
treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles, S. S., June 20, 21. 22, 26. 27, July 3, there is no danger of Bright's diseaseMRO SALE 8V ALL N "
Reasnor. Iowa, writes: "The doctors 10, 11, 21. Limit 15 days Exten- or other serious disorder. Do aet dis- .
said I had consumption, and I got no sion Sept. s0. Stopovers. regard the early symptoms. Sold by
better until I took Foley's Honey and $12.40-Athens, Ga, and return. U. of all druggists. *:
Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and G., June 26. 27, 28, July 3, 5, 10, 17.
pain in my lungs and they are now as Limit 15 days. Stopovers. FORT MECOY -,[
sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug- $18.7-Montagl and wa T T. M. Prices e dwelling I all d of Jk rom
gO, 17, 23, 24, 30, August 1J, 14. LImit nearing completion. This wil Tbe Lead, Ratter. ] atg Iarrel4 .,,
Sept. 5 far the nicest home buImlt here by h oUers Rails. Etc.. whether as Meoed-haal s.
CHARTER OAK $17.-Asheville, N. C and return. Rents Lumber Company. highest price In cash for same. W .lt~or amir' h j
The shipping season Ts over and the K. of K., July 8. 9, 10, 11, Limit July There were sold w delivered toS what yO have ad w-ere It Is loceZ .. / ..-,
farmers are happy over their success. 26. parties here last week three Ba B O .X r"L''g
that it oculd have been much worse. $17.95-Black Mountain, N. C., and re- pianos and two organs. M. L. Me- C A -
Rev. Bryan. of Coleman. preached a turn. Chautauqua. July 13, 19, 26, Qualg, A. O. Harper and Paul Oelgg R- .. -
very interesting sermon here last Sun- 31. Augut 2, 9, 16, 21. 25. Llmit got the panos and M Hay and
day to a large congregation. Bro. B. Sept. 6. Miss Gliuson took the organs. So you il ,,_ . .- iB.
will hold a protracted meeting here in $83.9--Los Angeles, San Diego, San see we are becoming somewhat musi- I -.
the near future, which we hope will Francisco, Cal.. B. P. 0. E. and G. cal. od e N 4. & A.. EABO
be a grand success. A. R. July I to 10, included. Limit Marion lodge No. 4. .T. & A. M_ ," /
Mrs. M. P. Pritchett. who as been Oct. 31. Stopovers. held a very Interesting meeting il the ,
on the sick list for some time, is now $104.65-San Francisco, Cal, and re- hall last Saturday, having a ine din- AIR LINE *
convalescent to the delight of I her turn .(One way via Portland). July ner on the grounds, after which there SW -
many friends. 1 to Sept 30, Inclusive. Limit Oct. were two candidates made Master SMB'OR T T iW W
Mrs. Marie Hogan and Miss Alma 31. Stopovers. Masons. The brethren were expect- vear Reend Limited, Nes. M sad S1. Florida Fath
O. Guin. of Rutland, were very pleas- ;$5.40-Seattle, Portland, Taooma, ing Bro. N. I. Gottileb, D. ID M., to *
ant visitors here Sunday and Monday, Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, New be with them. but he failed to make 20 ". ". 5 '.
the guests of the former's daughter, Westminster and Bellingham and re- his appearance. 10:30 am 9:0 .... .... -Tampa .. .. .... ag 41
Mrs. M. P. Pritchett. Miss O'Guln is turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to The directors of the cemetery as- 11:15 am 10:pm v .. .. Turkey Creek .... n
a highly accomplished young lady and Sept 30, inclusive. Limit Oct 21. elation met last Saturday morning 11:0 aml1:20 .iiLv .." ei ...... Pla it
one of Sumter's capable and efficient Stopovers. and made arr1agements for the :a1- : pI 1:10 amlv .. .... Wildwood ...... I. i
school teachers. Above Rates Open to the Public nual barbecue, whieh wil be oa W1'. 2:45 pm 2:10 am Lv .. .. ..Ocet.. t. .. .. L' 1:2 S


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