Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 10, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03215
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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July 1.-Mrs.


Brown, Jr, who has been called by
admirers "the most beautiful woman
Ia the south," has filed her bill of di-
vorce against the young son of ex-
nov. Frank Brown, alleging extreme
.and sensational cruelty.
.She also filed suit against her
father-In-law, claiming $10,000 dam.
ages for alleged alienation of her bus-
bead's affection.
Toung Mrs. Brown charges that her
husband dragged his vicious thorough.
bred bulldog Into her apartment and
set the dog upon her, so that she had
to fee ad take refuge with friends :
that be pulled her hair. hit her, kick-
ed her, ce md her and atbsed her be-
fore otblrs In the vilest language:
that be threatened her life with a
pistol: that while Is company he bad
thrown cards, food and other artless
la her .face.
Mrs. Brown alleged that frequently
In the presence of male and female
acquaintances her husband tore up
and destroyed her clothes anad articles
of adornment, and she was forced to
seek the protection of friends from
the violent abuses of her husband.
She states that frequently be urged
his bulldog to attack her, made her
remove his shoes and perform other
abjectly mental acts. Besides he
would twist her arms and subject her
to other cruelties.
Frequently. Mrs. Brown states, her
husband would have both male and
female friends In his wife's apart-
ments and would not allow her to en-
ter. She declares her husband is
worth a quarter of a million dollars In
his own name and that to defeat her
rights he has threatened to dispose of
every cent he owns. She declares
that his Income is n$1,00 a year and
that since her marriage he has given
her only about $10, and part of this
amount, Mrs. Brown says, her bus-
band has borrowed from her. She states
that she Is a poor girl, wholly without
property or Income, and is entirely de-
pendent upon her parents
Julge Elliott, in the circuit court,
signed an order allowing Mrs. Brown
$50 a week alimony pending the de-
termination of her suit, and $250 at-
torney fees.

"About tea years ago my brother
was 'held-up' In his work. health and
happln&.s by what was believed to be
hopeless consumption." writes W. I.
LAscomb, 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. 'Hlie is a well man today."
It's' qhick to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
bages, coughs and colds, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
feetions. See and $1. Trial bottle ree.
Guaranteed by all drualstas.

Ten Wives Heard From and Returns
Net All In
San Francisco, July 10.-John Mad-
son. said to be wanted for bigamy in
many cities, is in the hands ot the
police here. The authorities have es-
tablished his marriage to ten women,
and a t ad postponed
marriage to fourteen others. Each Is
said to have lost money through ac-
quaintance with Madison.

is always found In tie same house
with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
keeps every member of the family free
from aches and pains. It heals cuts,
burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
tism, neuralgia, lumbago and all mus-
cular soreness and astiffness. 2Sc, S
and $1 a bottle. At all druggistas.

By Bing Chlese Vies President of the
Natimal Educatieeal Associatin
Denver. July 10.-J. Y. Joyner. of
North Carolina, was elected president
of the National Educational Assocla-
tion yesterday, after an exciting con-
test for the place.
Florida Is honored by the election
of Its state superintendent, W. M. Hol-.
loway, as one of the vice presidents.
Ban Franeisco was chosen as the
place for the next convention.

Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the president of the Indus-
trial and Orphan's Home at Macon.
Ga., who writes: -We have used
Electric Bitters In this Institution for
nine years. It has proved a most ex-
cellent medicine for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. We. regard It as one
of the best family medicines on
earth." It Invigorates the vital or-
gans. purifies the blood, aids diges-
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin. pale. weak children
or run-down people it has no equal.
Best for female conpl-ints Only WMe
at all druggists.
Buffalo. N. T.. July It.-The plant
of the Buffalo Reduction and FertI-



The California City Preparing a Great
Wales.m for the Best People on
Los Angeles, CaL, July 10.-The city
of Los Angeles is donning Its gala at-
tire today In honor of the great crowd.
of-the Best People on Earth who will
swoop down upon it within the next
few days. Already many early birds
among the joyous "Bills" are in the
city, and one and all promise that
next week's national convention of
the Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks will be the greatest in the his-
tory of that organization of the princes
of good fellows. Thousands of dollars
are being expended to make the wel-
come of Los Angeles one fitting to the
and your muscles sore rrom cold or
rheumatism, when you slip or sprain
a Joint, strain your side or bruise
yourself, Painkiller will take out the
soreness and fix you right in a Jiffy.
Always have it with you. and ue- 4t
freely. The oldest, the cheapest and
the best medicine for Internal and ex-
ternal aches and pIlns In man is Per-
ry Davis' Painkiller, and for over sev-
enty years It has been the great
standby for emergencies 4n thousands
of families all over the world. Don't
go home without a 51e. or one of the
new size C:c. bottles. 3

A Twelve-Year-Old Girl Shot Down
by a Juvenile Ruffian
Pensacola. July 1.-ULttle Marguer-
ite Kataochi, 12 years old. is In a hos-
pital here in a dying condition as the
result of a pistol shot wound through
the abdomen inflicted by a boy her
own age. The girl was passing along
the street when the boy suddenly ap-
peared from behind a tree with drawn
revolver and ordered, "Hands up."
Laughing, she failed to comply, only
to fall a moment later mortally
wounded with a U-caliber bullet hole
through her body. The revolver. It is
mid, was given to the boy by his fa-
ther, that he might early learn its use.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. Re-
lieves painful, smarting, nervous feet
and Ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun-
ions. It's the greatest comfort dis-
covery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes tight or new. shoes feel easy.
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal-
lous. swollen, tired, aching feet. Try
It today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail 25c in stamps.
Don't accept any substitute. Trial
pacLage free. Addess Allen S. Olm-
sted, Leroy, N. T. 3

A fine soda fountain for sale: cost
$350; will take $150 cash for it. Ap-
ply to 8. A. Moses & Brother, city.
Chicago, July 9--Placed on the stand
to tell of his alleged connection with
the troubles of Ella Gingles, the young
Irish lacemaker who says she was as-
saulted In the Wellington Hotel at
French Lick Springs, Ind., Thomas
Taggart. former chairman of the dem.
ocratic committee, denied that he
knew anything about the girl of her
troubles except what he had read in
the newspapers. Miss Gingles' attor-
ney made a statement which complete.
ly exonerated Mr. Taggart from any
connection with the case.


an Ocala Citizen Finds the
Struggle Hard

With a back constantly aching.
With distressing urinary disorders,
Dally existence Is but a struggle.
No need to keep It up.
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you.
Mrs. Anna Erickson, Third St., San-
ford, FU.. says: 1"I was a victim or
kidney trouble for years, the kidneys
being so weak that I had but little
control over the action of the secre-
tions. I suffered almost constantly
from backache accompanied by pains
across my loins and some days I
could hardly get around, having so lit-
tle strength and energy. I finally ob-
tained a box of Doan's Kidney Pills
and their use as directed soon proved
that they were the remedy I needed.
The kidneys gradually became stronger
my back ceaped to ache and the
pains across my loins disappeared. I
have been able to rest well at night
since and as a result, have felt much
better In every way. Dean's Kidney
Pills have certainly benefited me more
than any other remedy I ever used."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydlngs & Co.'s
drug store and ask what customers
For sale by all dealers. Prlce 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co, Buffalo,
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
London, July 10.-The Austrian em-
bassy announces the engagement of
Prince Miguel. of Bragansa, eldest son
of Duke Michael, pretender to the
POrtuguese throne, to Miss Anita
Steward, daughter of Mrs. James H.
Smith, of New York.

often receive severe burns putting out
fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out


waited until they caught the sharp
command "Give way there!" and the
plash of oars told them that the boat
had really started on Its journey shore-

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A Story of Love and Adventure on the
Little Known Coast of Sou4h-
western America

(By Louis Tracy.)

BEL'S drooping was of brief
endurance. Elsie and Mrs.' Bom-
erville supported her to the state-
room. and there Elase sat with
her a little while soothing her as one
might comfort a child in pain.
Isobel. stupefied by some haunting
knowledge which appeared to have a
vague connection with the misfortunes
of the Kansas. yielded to Elsie's gentle
compulsion and endeavored to close
her eyes.
Through the open port Elp heard a
man walk rapidly along the deck and
halt outside the door. She half rose
from her knees to answer the expected
knock, thinkklng that Mrs, Somerville
had sent a steward to ascertain If Miss
Baring needed anything, but the new-
comer evidently changed his mid and
turned back. Then came Courtenay's
voice, low. but compelling:
"One moment. mM. de Polncilit A
word with you."
"Another time. m'sleu'. I pray you
pardon me now. I find I am not strong
enough yet to venture on deek."
"Oh, yes, you are, m'sleu'. I want to
give you the chance of your life. Mr.
Gray has told me of your behavior.
and be charitably added that your cow-
ardice and treachery might have arisen
from ungovernable fear. Now, if you
, wsh to atone for your conduct, here is
an opportunity. I am taking a boat
ashore to try to save sume of my men
who are Imprisoned there. There is a
fair risk In the venture. The outcome
may be death. Will you volunteer to
take an oar? That would whitewash
your weather marks."
"It Is impossible. I am too feeble. I
cannot row."
"Ah, you swine! Can it be possible
that you are a Frenchman? What sort
of countship is it you boast of?"
"SBr, I am a passenger on this ship"-
Courtenay's voice was raised a little.
"Mr. Boyle," he said. "give orders
that if this skunk shows his nose in-
side the salon again be is to be kicked
out. He can eat his meals In his state-
room or in the fore cabin with the oth-
er savages."-
Elsle heard every word. She fancied,
too, that lsobel was Istening. though
she gave no sign. But the unknown
cause of the captain's anger was as
naught compared with the statement
that he was about to leave the ship.
She had heard the lowering of tie boat
without feeding. He was rea
climbing down the ship's side. Soon
he would be far from her. perhaps nev-
er to return, for be was not one to
paint imaginary ills, and had he not
told De PoinDlllt what the outcome of
the undertaking might be? She found
Isobel looking at her with frightened
"Did you hear?" came the tease
"And you are content to let him go?"
"Ah, God! Yes, content."
"But It Is folly. He is the captain.
He should not go. We have risked
enough already. Who are these men
for whose sake he leaves you and all
of us?"
"I know not, nor do I greatly care.
May heaven help me and them. We
are his first care. Let it be mine to
leave him unhindered in the task he
has undertaken."
Isobel was cowed into silence. El-
sle's hero worship had reached a
height beyond her comprehelsion. She
would never understand how n wo-
man who loved a man could.aend him
voluntarily to his death, and her shal-
low mind did not contemplate the pos-
sibility of Courtenay's refusing to be
swayed by any other consideration
than that which his conscience told
him was right.
Thus at arm's length, as It were, they

Could It be that they were afraid-al-
together broken and demoralized by
the laughter of the preceding night?
Suddenly she bad a breathless desire
to know why Courtenay was so sure
that the men to whose help he had
gone were really members of the crew.
"Will you tell me now what it was
that Suares found out?" she mur-
mured to Christobal.
The doctor quickly appreciated her
need of material for further thought.
He suppressed no detail except his
own willingness to take Coartenay's
place in the boat.
When ElsMe heard of the duplicity
practiced by Suares It was good to see
the hot Indignation which reddened
her brow. With all a woman's single
mindednes she regarded the Argen-
tine miner as being directly responsi-
ble for Courtenay's msard. nor would
she listen to Christoeal's mild protest
that nothing could hae been done
earlier, no matter how outspoken Sus-
res chose to be.
The Spanlard encouraged her to de-
bate this polnt-anything was better
than the dumb pain of thought-but
their talk ceased abruptly when a mut-


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warl Then sob g lmbancg ftrvety
at her companim saw the r t sam sal
1g9 dawn her cheek and the stattMae
came back from the tra-c-de to
that which was litelgIble to bher low-
er WOhL
"I am sorry." she whispered catch-
lg Eatse's band timidly. "I said what
I thought was for the beat. At any
rate. It Is too late 4ow."
Too late! The other groped
blindly for the door. 8he felt that she
would yield to the strain If she didM no:
go on deck and catch a parting glimpse
of the man who had become dearer to
her than life Itself.
On the poop she found Boyle. Chris-
tobal. Gray and Walker. A number
of Chileans were leaning orer the rails
of the main deck. All the men were
talking earnestly. It was ominous that
they should cease their conversation
the Instant she appeared. One man
may conceal hi fears, but twenty can-
She brushed away the tears deter-
miededly and looked at the boat. al-
ready a white speck on the green esr-
pet of the bay. She could see Courte-
nay distinctly. Some magnetic Impulb
must have gone out from her. because
she had not been watching him eager
than a couple of seconds when he
turned and waved his hand. She re-
plied instantly, fluttering a handker-
chief, poor girl. long after It became
Impossible for her todistlaulsh wheth.
or or not he returned her signals.
At last she turned to Mr. Boyle. who
was nearest to her.
"Who is sitting next to Captain Cour-
tenayY' she asked, and she bad a fleet-
Ing impression that he was anxious for
her to speak, so quickly did be answer.
"Tollemache. He shinned down the
ladder as the first volunteer. The
skipper ordered him to get out. but be
said he was deaf. Anyhow. I'm glad
he Is there. Courtenay ought to have
one sure enough white man by his

"And what are they attempting?'
"Huh. It's a bold plan. an' I'm not
going' to condemn It on that account.
Have you beard this'mornin's-news--
how Snares found out from the In-
dians that eleven of our crew are hid-
Ing In a cave on Guanaco hill?
"Son*ehilng of It. not al. But why-
why has Captain Courtenay gone off
In such a hurry?"
"Well, Mias Ehle, be figures that an
open effort by daylight Is the only way
to rescue them. They will have seen
our signals, an' they can hardly fatll
to sight the boat When he Is close
inehore they are sure to make a dabh
for it, an' be hopes to get them off
before the Indians wake up to the
game he is played. There are eight
men in the boat. and with eleven oth-
ers to help there shouldn't be much
difficulty tIn keeping' the savages at a
proper distance."
"How soon-will be-reach the land-
ing place
"Huh. Maybe an hour. an' another
hour for the home trip. He'll be
aboard for tea."
Boyle uttered that concluding state-
ment a trifle too airily. Elsie for the
first time In her life knew what It
meant to want to scream aloud.
"Did Captain Courtenay leave any
message for me?" she demanded.
"Huh-message! Why. he will be
away only a couple of bours!"
"Surely you will tell me. Mr. Boyler"
she pleaded wistfully.
"Well. I happen to know there's a
letter in the doctor's hands, but that is
to be given you In case of accident
ale. And there's no sign of any ac-
cident yet. thank goodness"
Eciet clung to the after rail and
watched the boat, now a tiny dot hard
to discern amid the ripples caused by
the inflowing tide. Her Intimate ac-
quaintance with the dally happelningq
of life aboard told her that Courtenay
had chosen the last hour of flood for
his effort, thus galining the advantage
of the ebb in the event of the lifeboat
being pursued by canoes on the return
Journey. By degrees a tender little
sprig of hope peeped up In her dulled
consciousness. The boat was very
near the distant rocks, and there was
neither sight nor sound of the Indians.




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be In mps th2%e hmMprese t
3 Esterp Mrs 3. K.
ldt l OMrat s"d Walter Kaiser.
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l w-dMgr. see a theck for, a neat
Swa s W rNelVe qrm Mr. BDshee
a"f *M bow Mr. Ped Kaler. with
'e dw awmae oloveIanwat-
e ktie. b thes bir rm1 sal f"leals
The hsn wes a very heppp ame
sam hu to e leass mtn emembered
p. all n PstL Mr. sa rs. Kaiser
.. 'b bmee reaMeets of Oeals for the
e-. t I yVN, a d have made maN
ble ds 1 a that time n Ocals. The
Sur 60et-m ** "l. ii "d best
AgW .to Mr. d, MSmKalse wOathis

T W T e *as Club held a wen at-
*y. ismlee meetlag yesterday aftMernoon
In nh elub ba ML M T L H.. ]ot
t is p.i sidnMmt, presided. Mrs.
I UIN Harold ated a secretary In
th e s eae Mf s Mr Loyd.I R tin
busi enIl wa emeted and plan 4ii-
s ewed for the fall campaign. No more
S meetIgs of te. club will be beld asUl
Ath rW t Ptlay In October, because of
the absemee of so many members for
v: t3e 1 summer months. Mr. Walter
eed a K Miss Byrd Wartmann were
Sthe hdetemesa thim oeeaslon. Punch
sad ake were served by Miss Sara
VI1s whoe also entertained with pl-
S meld M sald Mft. Wimston pang de.
l i tt .- The hour was reaUty en-
jeysd by a preset.
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The port is current In some see-
mim M t the above dreaded disease
-' r --i- preails Il aines-
l ve, hut sach is entirely untrue. A
earefal Savetlgatls has already been
S ma de, mad a competent veterinarisa
as hpe el tie horses and verifes
e. haboe StatmeLnt very precau-
-, tim will be M arelso d 4o prevent It en-
Nw tag thin tortory.
SThem condition of our slater city Is
s mewbhat alarming sad will prove a
g.eMt hardship to a number of cili-
S sIN and the business Interests of
that place. The disease has been
S tmaed from the extreme southern end
St the state aad It gradually worked
l p eAUil It reached Ocalk,-Gaes-

This doe i t taly with Mr. Arthu%
S- Obh statement to a Star reporter.
KHis impreslon is that the disease
was lnot lots the city trom a
re headed of Mr. Bankston, a
fcty -IU Inat when he sold his
-+ bs eat fiLl The animal was
bfl ght here by Bankaton from Men-
S60 t. Ita alm more tha .-
S mored at flora s primvalet I"
Sme other towns In the state. but the
t- ar has refrained from mentioning it.
SMr. arlek. w Is the asperntend-
e at of the McCoy Lnmber Co.
had the misfortae yesterday while
S shown his hands how to level a piece
S- t Uimber with an adae, the Instrument
Mpped and strek his right ankle. It
S made a patinfual wound and Mr. Bed-
riek was broht to his home In
S ~c-ala, where Mr. Bedrick Is giving
, him ovry attention.
+ There in great eceltement at Red-
dick iMhease a selk talker and oily-
S tonged Ao-Aerian Invaded that
setlo aad m wro life Ianurance right
S left smuag the colored people and
teeetved measy for same, but failed to
is"ue to them their policles. The
lpel at got ,dglnant, clubbed to-
p. -t d at the ofacers on the
.. traek of the defraader. H was found
i n sn-otlh Flortda ml retuned to Red-
pi. -wk *here hia trial waa set for yea-

terday, h" t as he failed to get a law-
-. er to arpremnt his Iaterests, the
"' ,asem was postponed until today when
at. w slbe tried. Major lalar repre-
S~mutm the state and R. B. Bullock the
ma ; en A Mme crowd wll he pres-
e t. T y several hundred per-
seas Ws thI ovm fe. It I truly an
.for, 1 .sdl

Mr. Aftwt Id Johson. of An-
th*ny, was In town yesterday, having
dowa trom hs brother's where
S they unded up and handed several
haaed heead of eattle. Mr. Johnaon
s amos the leading merchants of
AsIbU r, *having purchased Gorge
s-. *arhf m interest i the BIhop & Stu-
at M Wan e sas In that thriv-
.ag team.
The Invrss Chromnile has a fat
Stai an th shape o a legal ad, m.
w-b. h the Naval Stores Co. of Jack-
-* aev le are plaintiffs and Robert J.
iW OM t of Crytal ad old Tanm-
a By is defendant, selling all his
-up adat e lads ad -persnal .prop-
arty in Citrw oumaty. The ad oc-
S. .l e ove 6 alumna of the Inermess
N" l iali. Property will be sold Aug.
S 1- Attrmney Carlos la. sistrunak,
O a se laI n chancery
.in teeg ad .A J. L'igle and ,ev .
,' 3 ml, Jsckeavile, ecomtplainsat's

I. *r. A. .. ht. MekoMville and
W ew nr st th Moatesuma Hotel, where
e ha viabti b his son. had a very se-

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9:45 a, mn--4Snday cool.
11 a. m.-Morning service. Subject
oa sermon, "Perfect Though Sufferting."
7:15 p. a.-B. T. P. U. U.
7:46 p. m.--venlg services. Sub-
tct of sermon, "A Voice."

(Rev. R. H. Barnett, Pastor.)
*:30 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Preaching by Rev. T. J.
Nixon. Subject. "Power of the Cross."
4 p. m.-Senlr League.
I p. m.-Preaching by Rev. T. J.
Nton. Subject, "Let Your Light

(Rev. (leo. Hendree Harrison, Rector.)
7:30 a. m.-Holy communion.
'"1t a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Morning prayer and ser-
8 p. m.-Evening prayer and ser-
Come and worship with us.

(W. LH. Coleman, Minister.)

10 a. m.-Sunday school.
3: p. m.--Junior C. K.
11 a. m.-Sermonette, "Life
Times "of Queen Esther."
7:@0 p. m.-Sermon, "A mirac
Everybody welcome.



Jmier C. E. Program
Nellie Beckham, leader.
Subject: "Standing or Faling,." 1st
Cor. 10:12.
Song. '
Lord's prayer in concert.
Bible lesson explained by leader.
General discussion of lesson.
Song No. 21.
Lesson story by Julian Freyermouth.
Chalk talk by Loureen Spencer.
Mission study by Theo. Beckham.
Our string of pearls.
Roll call.
Treasurer's report.
. Report of committees.
- New business.

' Hon. Newton A. Blitch, one of the
state's faithful railroad commission-
ers, was In the city today, shaking
hands with his many friends. Mr.
Blitch has been touring the state, look-
ing into the condition of the roads and
ascertaining the advisability of sup-
plying spurs and depots in various

There is more catarrh In this see-
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 focal disease and pre-
scribed local remedies, and by con-
stantly falling to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proved catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's 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 fails to cure. Send for circulars and
testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug-
gists, 7c5. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.
FOR SALE-Protegraphs of the 37
horses that were shot and buried July
7th. The size of the pictures, which
were taken in front of the courthouse
and as the animals lay dead In the
trenches, Is 10x12. Price 60 cents. To
be had of Tompkins & Cobb.
Delay A In taking Foley's Kindey
Remedy if you have backache, kidney
or bladder trouble, fastens the disease
upon and makes a cure more difficult
Commence taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy today "and you will soon be
well Why risk a serious malady?
Sold by all druggists.
Asher Frank, as official scorer for
the Ocala Baseball team, returned
with the same from Starke this aft-
ernoon. He said had It not been for
the rain Ocala would surely have been
victolous, notwithstanding the rank
decisions of the umpire. There will
be three games In Ocals next week.
1" The best pills made are DeWitt's
Little Early Risers, the famous little
liver pills. They are small, gentle,
pleasant, easy to take and act prompt-
ly. They are sold by all druggists.
Mr. D. W. Swicord of Coleman is at
the Montezuma. Mr. Swicord is one
,of the most successful citizens of that
thrifty community.
Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stop chronic coughs that weaken the
constitution and develop In consump-
tion. but heals and strengthens the
lungs. It affords comfort and relief in
the worst cases of chronic bronchitis.
asthma, hay fever and lung trouble.
Sold by all druggists.
Pat ftandall's trim boat "Wenona"
Is now In service on the St. Johns.
running from Jacksonville to Mayport.
She can be found at the foot of Ocean
street. Capt T. L. Mitchell is in
charge and will be pleased to give you
a pleasant trip any time you are In
that city.
When the digestion is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there Is
a natural craving and relish for food.
When this is 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
Pat Randall came in yesterday aft-
ernoon and on inquiry about his crop

out a program for the purpose of put-
ting the finishing touches upon the
tariff legislation, Chairman Aldrich
of the senate finance committee and
Chairman Payne of the house ways
and means committee, agreed that it
would be impossible to reach an agree.
ment within ten days.
The conferees were in session about
an hour when the democratic mem-
bers were dismissed. Mr. Aldrich
frankly told the minority that the ma-
jority would prepare its report with-
out their assistance. No protest was
made by- the democrats.

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 25
cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drug-

The election is over. After about
five months of hard fight the final end
came yesterday evening when the
polls closed at sundown, and it stands
just the same as it did five months
ago when the courthouse was burned
-the county site remains at Sumter-
It was simply a family affair. one of
those in which only one town could
be sueceesful-.
Sumterville heinc the county seat.
had the advantage over her competi-

Oh for a harp with strings of gold.
The power to touch them and unfold
The story, as it should be told
Of this great day.
How our fathers strove that we might
A natonr froe. in a freeman's land.
And only bow at God's command-
No tyrant to obey.
Hungry. weary. 'midst ice and snow
They bravely met the serried foe.
And freely shed their patriotic gore-
In freedom's' cause.
And oh how freely did they give
Their lives, that liberty might live.
And that its deathless flower might
Nor did they poase
To reck the cost in wealth or blood.
But manfully they stemmed the flood
Of battles fierce when aliens stood
Upon their native land. .
And in their poverty and pride.
Met England's horde on every side.
And smilingly for freedom died,
Oh noble patriot band.
No silken couch their rest supplied.
No gorgeous robes did warmth pro-
A tattered band. they fought and died
For home and fireside.
An hundred years and more have
Since England's power was over-
And tryaanny was overborne
With all its pomp and pride.
What 'tho their feet mid rocks and
Marked every step with crimson gore.
'They boldly faced the battle's roar,
And held their ground.
When shot and shells like wint'ry hail,
Swept their ranks from hill and vale,
There was not one brave heart to
'Tho death did hover 'round.
America! birthplace of the free,.
Thou cradle of earth's liberty,
We pray. we live, we die for thee,
And freely give
Our all of wealth, of life, of love,
Of joys below, of hopes above.
Should fate decree that we must prove
How free we'd die, that thou
migh'st live.
Once this fair land was rent in twain,
By Internal strife, but ne'er again.
Will this dark blot her banner stain.
Or dim her shield.
Now brothers all. North, South, East.
Like birdlings hovered in one nest,
One flag now waves for all and blessed
Are they who neathh it kneel.
Charles O'Maalley Foy.

Miss Irma Goodyear and Mr. Jack
Zimmerman were married Tuesday In
the Methodist church at Anthony by
the pastor, Rev. J. N. Weatherford.
Miss Goodyear was visiting Miss
Milligan at Anthony and there Mr.
Zimmerman came for her. After the
ceremony was performed and the hap-
py couple had received the congratula-
tions of the few friends present, they
returned home and spent the night
with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Goodyear in Marti City.
The bride is the only daughter and
a great favorite wherever she is
known. She has followed teaching
since graduating from the Ocala high
school some five years ago, where she
made a splendid record as one of the
brightest pupils in her class and a
teacher of marked ability. While
teaching at Dunnellon she met Mr.
Zimmerman and he was so smitten
with her charms of person and bright.
ness of mind, that nothing short of a
life interest In the charming young
lady would satisfy his ambitious soul-
Mr. Zimmerman is a young Dun-
nellon merchant of promise, has many
friends and" a promising future. The
best wishes of the Star go with the
happy couple.

Aldrich Frankly Tells Them he Does
Not Want Their Help in Prepar-
ing the Tariff Bill for for
Washington, July 10.-No time was
lost by the conference of the house
and senate in getting together to map

(Continued From First Page)

Joined him so matter what number
Moving Pictures savaw may ek* to oppose their
Ipaage to the boat The only doubt-
Ift queFtion IB. WI= he be able to beat
S* off the rascals who are now cutting
ald MUSiC h lime of retrutr
"Huh," growled Boyle. "The sip-
per's out of sight now. Gone late a
The Bet of Enter en F maen Creekr msomeh" of thea M
Hopheheard the hon her r
ed by Home Peoele he added tn a load shout over hin
shoulder., and again the hreun flg a
NEW PICITREm EVERY DAY warning to the foot of tas montala
It was evident that the wonderful
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT eyesight of the Indiana practically
equaled the range of the taleemp.
Prog for this Eveaf Te me the canoes were aware of
.the lifeboat's disappearance, and their
THE VOICE OF THE VIOLIN wet paddles flashed In the man as they
toe acrom the three milem of open
THE FLORIDA CRACKER'S BRIDE water which separated the southern
-- *prmntatj from the laser hore of
HUNGRY HANK'S HALLUCINATION the,Ilan& Creeping amwr Boy E -
WONDERLAND OF A RICA "For heaven's aks my the IIfeboat
ANT' PORT IN A STORM Is visible agaln
He held up a hand to eanfrce sde0oe.
Doors pen at 7:30 p. am. A deep hush fell on the aslp.
xAk.i <10anid 5 "Limote!"b he muttered, so low that
Adisa 10 d 5 Cets gBie* ale caught the words. Can
you bear Irln'?
n. W. T CKh ba. thought she could dsatlnaguh a
Irregular patter of dull reports, and
- --- the behavior of the Indian showed
WEATHER FORECAST that additional excitement was toward.
Many of them stodd up and waved
Waashington. July 10.-Showers to- their arms. poanlbly as a signal to their.
night or Sunday. allies on shore. The canoes raced mad-
ly. Where speed was vital the roagh
Many people with chronic throat hewn native craft were far wifter
and lung trouble have found comfort than the oddly built lfebot with s
and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar toad a ad deep a with
as it cures stubbon coughs after other broad beam and deep draft
treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles, And that was alL Though they
Reasnor, Iowa, writes: "The doctors strained their eyes and spoke with
said I had consumption, and I got no bated breath, never a sight of boat or
better until I took Foley's Honey and canoes was obtainable for hours after,
Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and the latter were swallowed up by the
pain in my lungs and they are now as trees which shrouded the creek at the
sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug- foot of Guanaco hiL
gists. Isobel Baring, moved by genuine pity
WUIl O'Dell. one of the important for her distraught friend, tried to In-
factors in Oxford's progress, was a duce her to leave the deck. but she
visitor to the city yesterday. shralk away terrified by the fire which
.. ...... blazed from the blue eyes resting on
her for an Instant. Mrs. Somerville
iclV R & IcK ca e, but she. too, was repaled.
RClY ICWhen Christobal made a serious effort
to lead her away she threatened him
with the fierceness of a mother defemd-
t'UNEAL DIRECTORS ng her child from evIL
U urtakers aid EE lmm But relief wa" vouchaafed In the
Uniakers a ind m worst throes of her agony. '
D. E. McIver Alfred E. Owes Boyle or Gray had never relaxed a
Undertakers. eloee vigil by her side. It was Graty
who made the thrilling discovery that
Fine Case8ts and Bual Robes the canoes were returning. As the
fleet crossed the bay it could be aeen
All work done by licensed embalm- that they were towing bhe lifeboat, but
era and fully guaranteed. never'sa sign of any prisoners could the
---- ---- most careful scrutiny detect. The boat
was empty. It was easy to count ev-
ery man fa the canoes as they passed
into Otter creek, and there were wound-
ed Indians on board many of them.
That was a significant, a tremendous.
Located on North Main St., fact There bad been hard lighting.
and the boat was captured, but some.
near government building. I if not all. of the crew must have Joined
Reasonable rates by the' their comrades In the sanctuary of the
week or month. First-class haunted cave. The accuracy ofthis
deduction was proved by the presence
table board and comfortable of the smoke column on the hibUL In-
rooms. deed. the opinion was generally held
that its spiral clouds were denser than
Mrs. Rossie LeSueur, Proprietress at prviou. hour. thus showing
that the defenders were endeavoring to
Phone 77 Ocala, Fla. make known their continued ezntence.
-..... ....--. __. __-._... Elale awoke from her trance, but in
Returning to life she was transformed
THE OO MERCIAL ltoa ter reureful commanding
woman. None suspected the mighty
RmR glD U force which worked this reolatonm In
BARBit R SHOP 'her nature. She conducted herself
-- t ,with a cunning that was wholLy for-
Opens Into the Lobt, cf the Orala eiegn to her character. Her Urit care
House. was to hoodwink her companions late
Offers the very best service of the belief that the strain of the day
skilled workmen with modern an- llad passed. She accepted a cup of tea
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
Hot RuBamag Water at AU Times Cn//AUMl

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delivered promptly. All transient
work not called for in 30 days will
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I receive dally shipments of chol:e
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Careful estimates mace on all vis" e ageaIl"
contract work. onves more and bet- brought by Isobe expremsd her sor-
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EN O LE Mr. R. TeaY who istaklag such
a deep sad l dahble interest in the
sl. sabptliPns to the bonds for the new
S- oIt a the r1eelpt of several letters from
ANNsells 4 n me ials. NoI bme- Ocela people who were not in a post-
4et6msbnme at tion to take $ID worth of stock, ne
-ha-d. sho be wthoIt IL De- bond. bt who bad $25 or $50 they
wished to put into the opera house.
RSCM4E e ho is a ey you ts -- y Mr. Tonge said this made him feel
B B* di ese;. i does te J better, although there were no bonds
smll enough to supply these demands,
Chij- tirf~ II eA trial der wl eaviM than the S5 gsb-;cri:,tlonj did. Al-
11 is u domoit $100w of the bonds have been
lbmBo e i yos. Accept me substitute. Er- subscribed and there are a number of
@68oft aa m iitstt af Mata is t __ o gi n de. good people whm the committee have
-] KM a-. not yet seem. eThe building of the Ta
SJ .a ry ampryr beam ou label,, ew eOper h se is now an assured TI M L4 1 Tom*
M. 3.aZ Neowak Va. FENOtE .
.1 B There was a blp crowd at the Air
L V\T. .Car be m atof SIk. Va Dom*e last night and "The Seminole's
S....-I t ate af.m. \ Revenge" proved to be a most thrill-
S- 0 lag subject and held close attention.
I 9 vy atr NIb k, Va., is The other subjects were also of the S T
Sat behe O ea m* best.
7. *. '*" 1. There is another Florida subject
SA n s-A t he alsae m I age aof fstb "The Cracker's Bride." for tonight.
,' e I ]7 al t CWeti Pbam1 ey. sand it is one everybody should see.
in. .m' o, s OTLY .WOOomE mEETING The other two subjects are fine ones. S W 8h"W y"
,0" J. L0 at.eevtle" Is MONTHLY WOODMEN9 MEGsTIre particularly "The Wonderland of
h. "b .,, e Oa, wee. 7Fort E mpits reul-ar America"-any one of the reels alone
S" TI m moth meteg last ighL About 2 being worth the price of the show.
gwe ddsa ge IjmEarE, -S ea members were present. Mr. Will Jeff- HALF HOLIDAY
-- -.,----- o.e.ns.. FE LIX H.D
ibbi <- --- coat was initiated. and proved a comeH HOLDAY B N CR K
j "" I V M. .Zect sawmll and Interesting subject. Two applies- R ANK CLERKS
mm, wa a euer today. tions were favorably voted on, an editor 8tar: Beginning with Thurs-
an other was received. The meting was
S ot al -- meet_- day. July 1sth. and thereafter on each
1 "M e C0pa. for the complsexon,L aasood e n all the mt- Thursday until about Sept. 1st, the
at the O t Pharm ng of Fort King camp are. banks of the city will close for bus-
ness at I p. m., following the custom
SUeaa wld es a ay eaW ft now prevailing amongst the mer-
i ? dever. Cs. ae. F. U. 0 & chants.
The Commercial Bank.
3 e Lane tP. Petersburg. The Muaroe A Chambliss Bank.
I ally VRbitg his brother, Dr. The members Of Cme dia
Lodge, Fratermal Uunise of Amer- FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE
i s wre epsolaly requested to be
C. e m n s atn Hall at : M.dyam I have six fine pointer puppies for
a uer eai-t eite- who stop- at Yea Hall at ndy sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark. ATTEMPT AT MURDER
4 the MoaM lms last eight. I *st o p 'to Ocala, Fla. Stdltw
Smeet A olas of thirty-ive Frank Kinsler Wounds and Captures
0 t~e spmlIt o had water ewinmembers will be mitiated, d HOUSE FOR RENT His Father's Assailant
muc h stih er ihmautaint beiness George Kinsler, colored, living near
.' w" -wil lbe Af K5. I on Daughberty street. Apply to A. (. near that place this morning and will
1t s. TesThe the Martin mew- K. SAGE, Clerk. Gateso
ST.2a ufts the, MrtinumK .--- probably die. The shooting followed
of the HOSES FOR RENT a disagreement between Kinsler and
The regular monthly meeting of the M FOR RENT Will Andrews. colored, and Andrews
.. ~.s 8 o Daughters of the Confederacy was Modem eottagesu a 0 convenienesT shot Kinsler with a shotgun. Frank
one4 = eld yesterday afternoon at the vice wel located and new. Apply to Jo.- Kinsler. a son of the wounded man.
be. es aSt Ahe Potofoce president's home. Mrs. IL- Blake, eph B1ll. at court house. heard his father's cries an4 after a
s who presideat the metng. After the hand to hand struggle, secured the
1 u.e transaction of routine business, re- FOR SALE weapon and beat Andrews over the
S ,'. 'M. C. Te of DueU is Jfeshaents were served by Mrs. Blake One rubber tired buggy and harness, head with the same. Sheriff John P.
the ,arrIa s o laost night at the and her daughter. Mis Irma. both good as new. WIL sell at a bar- Galloway was notified and left immed-
gain If taken at once. Apply to I. B. lately for the scene. bringing Andrews
e sets we ftn you or tea FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms McKenale, the electrician, to Ocala and placed him in jail. where
s"G&t me a0 those blaeh Wes- for' light housekeeping on first floor; his wounds were dressed and several
i. I u bu H.Sl w l conveniences. Also one nicely fur. When tIn need of stationery go to a stitches takes in his scalp. Kinsler
,-.- i xa, i !. W. nucher.d n bedroom on second floor, one- stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the was shot in the chest from close
.. s.-. I C. McMalen I R. HL half block from A. C. I, depot. Apply only stationery store In Ocala. range and can live but a few hours.
*i m mn s. P oswoul of Dun- m .Orwa avU HOUSE FOR RENT A CARD OF THANKS
S' m Mrs. S. S. Boynton of Orange Lake. Pr rent an eighi.-room residence
M wT Bea s mey had the mistor- was In town this moralng, accom- Well located on South Third street. To my Friends: I take this method
l- ol lbl. murg to hbave his pony pled by Misses Lal and lberta App> to P. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph of expressing my thanks and appre-
SfE t bs rsed ak M s thtgh.'w. Kuee of Pompise, on the east coast. t the Montcauma hotel, nation of the many kindness shown
Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph me during my recent illness.
S lo e 6 e tese a mebatbhWg cars Kunse. were formerly residents of WATCH FOR THE RED WAGONS Ben Rheinauer.
a1g. wt i" mowhen'*fagto the lake. Ocala. The Florda Packing & Ice Company The remains of Mr. A. L. Eichelber- "
SOT-A Ph tP hKaPp 9t Sm&mter. now has Its delivery wagons on the ger did not arrive hero-today, but will
somehereetwetoi.nsreet retilin eITh company a~ ~be here tonight at 10 o'clock. The
ft Mraitl Comlisioner Newton A. nity. pin, somewhere between A. C. .also shipping from the plant and funeral will take place tomorrow.
I slteh. of Me tbrook, is at the jcala freight depot and Anti-Monopoly Drug- selling to the trade in quantities. See
M wase. store. Return to Star office and re- the company's ad. elsewhere in this Mr. Ardis Waterman, who has been
ceive reward. Issue. The Ice is made from pure visiting his sister. Mrs. W. V. New-
M. R s arrivals at the FOR R T-Fve-oo distilled water and first-class. som at Woodmar for a few days, re-
la s2es0. Ipumig station. HApply to 11 THE OCAl.A WAGON WORKS. turned home today. Mr. Wate pan
r- __ n, ol *.-S-t Offers its services and superior work-
.*Oib 1 Y>ble Po7 manship In the art of painting vehi- Judge Joseph Bell committed a ne-
IM lIIi T C Dav. Co G. Watkins oe Oa f Dunnelon's cles of all ktnds and classes. It has gro man to jail this morning to await
.n substantial citizens, was a caller in introduced Its specialty of painting au- the action of the grand jury on the
-. Malo rumbles of Hol.r is town yesterday' afternoon. While he tounobiles. A sample of our work c.n charge of committing an aggravated
Sgest of Mr, nd M D A.o Mil- said trade ws only fair in DnIIon, be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W. assault. He cut another negro with a
yet the meaofM.ants were courageous Dvs' auto Give us a calL knife without provocation, fai
and were hoping for better ti es THE OCALA WAGON WORKS. ag
yatls Roach Powder kil 'em shortly, whee the phosphate interests S CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING ta
quek s is oponsoous. 25 cents revive. How IS that. This is not an auto- yo
aIt the Putofe Du tore. mobile, but one of those new 8-inch ch
DLth ayocnad - any. -Westinghouse electric fans that 1 pe

S aMt the Ogala Nees Os "IRE 55? M3 or two of them in your home or on
g your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec- hIi
SMr. Taylor the Hastlake naval trial supply man.
blaes epelabor, was a business visitor L |AINI ha
4 3 v A tH II am prepared to take any Job of tOUR APPEARANCE T
Try a box of that sunburn cram. painting, n matter how large or how Will not suffer If you have to wea t
^.. .f tor sunabd -ad freckles, at .the Court small, or how lne the work desired .n^^^ ,.

Pharaey.. 11may be. I have the material, brushes T
and knowledge to paint and do It They are Improving to most peo-
Another ashiplent of bard water right. Houses painted inside and out ple's looks when fitted by one who H
water a~ just In at the Postoefle Graining, gildfag hard oil finishing, understands how. pi
varnishing and lettering and sign Your eyesight Is too precious to ti
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed, t-1
A mw salpmeat of that famous Al- Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word neglect. You owe them all the at- la
phne lx jt steeelved at the Court at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw, tention and care that they may need.
.a m Ocal- Fla. f They Get Careful Attention Here liI
w havo the nicest line of hair LArEAmI A GOLDEN WEDDING DR. D. M. BONEY, t
So e ad other toilet artil- m. l me.B)ans that man and wife have lived Eyesight Specialist, er
ol t the dt. -Ty sgs & Co. to a good old age and consequently Ocala, Fla. w
have kept healthy. The best way to Ofice hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
M. a. avi C0.. Of JaeCINIvI IeI keep, healthy is to see that your liver ffice hor 9 to 12 a m and
S" any a ka of soe-"and does Its duty 365 dayr out of 365. The 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
prhlamer an asy term i hMY FAVO H .only way to do thisis to keep Bal- and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary an
S-essee m d lards Herbine In the house and take block. t
e Violet Talcum is oe of the n It whenever your liver gets inactive. sc
ut. eaMts at the Poetoafce Drug- cents per bottle. Sold by all drug- PIANO TUNING
-SMm 'For Sob by SmstB. /
Ten years experience. Ieferenees.
mbPowder kills quick T W TROXLER any music teacher n Oav any f
a". d to -peboseus 2 cMnas ta qiae s Umusic house In Jacksonville. 'Phone Pa
S sl IBoSaS orel ce at t tale 32&. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf w
Asu -s9 a AIR a&XI=. to
Ind w e at ful ane of Mr. J. G. Lege of %. oodmar, one of di
S. era n; a o OT ,17.5, Asheville, N. C.. and return, the enthusiastic citizens of that pop- n,
". from 1 up. at the Ocalas eoumt Dramatic Order Knights ular resort, was in town today. Mr. ho
of Khoraasan, biennial meeting. Lege has just returned from Georgia.
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10. and where he has been handling canta-
& a children went down aP11. FPial limit July 26. 1909. loupes, since the Marion county crop sa
W Is e y eoscaklay to spend Bu- SI ttS-K-nexville, Teon, and return, was exhausted. He did well with L
da miea -lk byd i Miss Rosebudi & June0. 2 21. 22. 27, July 3. them. m
M Of MM~. 1, 11.21. Limit 15 days. Exten- s
siloa Sept. 3L. Stopovers. O1
Ib M amm& K. 2. S eeo-Athfts, Ga., and return. U. of sp
Imi iftIf- G.. June 26, 27. 1S. July 3, S. 10, 17. bu
S.u .. 5 U-m LimitS1 days. topovers.
Da l ..7S-Uont.lle and Sewian% Tenn.
and return. M. W. & M. F.. July 1, fr
MowBa as Dk of Cest 81I. 10. 17. 23, 24, 30. August 14., 14. Limit ti
J ust nk Mcoy of Beml- wer- in S-
anW 1. I this m Aa e e N. C., and return.
,-g a. oin 3 M DMs h 2Kof K, July S. 9, I. 11. Limit Julyt
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lave Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by the
Latest Methods


Frank Turner. the Bradley Pond
rme and stockman, has a grievance
ainst the young automobilists who
ke pleasure drives out his way with
ung ladies and try to guide the ma-
ine with one hand. He says if they
rsist in this sleight of hand they
ill endanger some of the lives of
ose who travel in less speedy ve-

Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Lucius, who
rve been spending several weeks in
ampa with Mr. Lucius' parents, re-
rned home this afternoon. They
pent last night at Belleview with Mr.
acius' sister, Mrs. George Proctor.
Mr. W. B. Goodyear is home from
ernando, where he was a phosphate
t boss for the Camps, but the shut-
ng down of the mines gave him a
y off that he,is spending at home.
The drinking fountains on the pub-
c square have been condemned by
he state health officers and the wat-
Sturned off. Pipes have been put in
id those parties having a bucket can
ater their horses in that way.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
rations. We are quite proud of the
ne stock. Perfume. powders and
laps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Mrs. W. H. Wilson, who came up
rom Tampa yesterday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Martin.
as joined by her husband today and
together they will pack up their wed-
ing presents and ship them to their
ew home In Tampa. having started
housekeeping in a neat little flat.
Drs. Hood and Hood found It neces-
iry to open the wound in John T.
ewis. Jr.'s. head Wednesday and re-
move several pieces of the broken
kull that were not seen at-the first
operation. The young man is doing
plendidly under the circumstances.
ut his condition Is serious.
Mrs. A. M. Lansiord Is r covering
om an illness of several days dura-
on and expects to go to the lake as
oon as rooms can be secured.
The pride of the court Pharmacy is
s prescription department. Pure

We have just received one o the fa~oa. --M I
Lawn Mower Grinders, a ma ehiaequpsly s
for the purpose of grinding LUwn Mow0 w6 o*
does the work perfectly. If you will farm i patronage, we guaranty to pve you b M
Mower in better conditiMon than the day ye bo
it. It wil be sharp, and tay huip
b old style way, which is ualy dobe yb to r
rienced workman with a Ale or aa -ey w .

^bri It fi or r MWy use "& -,We
stake Rcut so Uedy IM

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No & -11-U Fro i @ 1i-<@ T16 T amp %
Will prepare you for a position as -oof-m r, "Am t iM*hm
" Stenographer. Bank Clerk or Telegrapher. aay of MesM .iSM i br~gt-
eat young men and women are gradw te- of this b-sittlm 3 a "me
high and responsible positions. A special rate' of 1.M 1w e smra
course, tuition, books, and board and lodging fewr mEi-ka. rty )
dollars for tuition alone. Enter say dme. Catalkes and pda spllmma m&a.

A daughter was born on Thursday
to Mr. and Mrs. John C. Marshall of
this city at the home of Mrs. Mar-
shall's mother. Mrs. Stanley. at San
Antonio. where she is visiting. May
the little lady live long to make the
hearts of the young parents glad, is
the wlih of the Star.
Miss Fannie Mae Sage, who has
been visiting Miss Erin Yonge for the
last few days, returned to her sum-
mer home at Eastlake today.
Mr. Ernest Temple Parker and
Miss Louise Powell Taylor secured a
marriage license from Judge Bell this
Private Bill Moorman made his
Ocala friends a call this morning, hav-
ing walked in from Grahamrille, a us.
tance of 12 miles, not bad for a vet-
eran of 73 years.
Got DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Ha-
zel Salve when you ask for IL Then
are a great many imitations, but there
Is Just one originaL This salve is good
for anything where a salve Is needed
to be used. but Is especially good for
piles. Sold by all druggstst



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Wwek hbs bes trW n Uim d -
tensmi of the Uha"rd Air Uba
railway snoth frann Me I."
contract has been At 1 0. & a r
ot Detow, w- p at b aum
on the Job and wl p the
rampily It s said that the wead s
be emanM to Do&s Cy. The 4
work w hbe to bA K to boMmeMg
wle wl be a bigrjat for M oWme

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at Janumy. nu .

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mon n one sa setf t eisntm 0@

S I Mo ntIib---e al a barrier against the Alautlofs. who
B^d would probably be dauuted when they
as wmiaesu'rsN o found that the vessels mobility was

-hes eh m ts ewthe\ w This proposal was deemed so excel-
d Se MlwUl ent t len they all dined In vastly bet-
l t a ns belo, c e sd bwelste. ter spirits than any of them anticipat-
MOB, n i up0 ed. Christobal, puzzled out of his sl-
-as 81%01*01y,410r.6 6tre iot b"a s
wmiss, MS md tsow e. @@iNas m entific seses by Elsie's change of
b j CmsM~ mw UR* Smanner. kept a close eye on her. le
I w on sd sou aN eal e se n dE's i tr
Iows U me' me neal than-abe bad eaten for days, and
M0001001 b 0.s.At V an _s_4r_ about Pe_ n~.m she was normally a quite healthy
mob o'rsw sIwl e u .T--00.1.ut young person, with a reasonably good
Ies l. I we alms IYo Jie ** ot. myappetite.
emWmme ii M s hMewia a why Boyle and Gray took the first watch.
1 aty s ,er vi e ay swa Reo abeaM boe M. M
Alow a b-a from 8 o'clock to midnight. Christobal
iliN4mesw_- .-mwio"mMW e mefrmsi. Itn and Walker shared the next one. By 4
oblos 1WE a abebea bome Uesme whith speemi
01000 ems .aP erd agw&ng snugs Yem a o'clock it would be daylight, so the
Shatssow bme hambs. n doctor was retiring early to his calin
iw amsu WM, eMs. WEM. when he met Elsie, by chance. aw It
w.e"W ,r a"gt hes em dasin, s-- seemed. She was self possessed. even
m.P..alu s o U. *. A smiling, with a certain dour serenity.
.l "The day's dolngs have tired me,"
she said. 'I am off to bed. Will you
.... ,,rap on my door soon after dawn'"**
"Yes," he replied, secretly marveling
at her ai r.
"I plead guilty to a slight feeling of
nervousness.' she went on. aIs your
revolver loaded? Would you mind
lending it to me? I think I could sleep
more soundly If I had a reliable weap-
?. I NIER a *on tucked under my pillow."
'A whiff of suspicion crossed Christo-
bal's mind, but he brushed it aside as
Unworthy. At 5 o'clock that day be
W" CARhY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FISK TIRES, AS certainly would not have granted her
request. But now, ince the new




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.a".-* D-l-w i. O sfor d tfd watr had sprung up that Courtenay was
am-ss as taken by ow alive, it was absurd to doubt her mo-
,fs ICe Isal foc sale at or plant, so It came to pass that Diego Suarez,
lying asleep In his bunk, awoke with
__-____,_ _a start to find a shrouded figure bend-
Iag over him.
"Is that you. Senor Soares?' asked a
voie, which he recognized instantly as
UKR belonging to the Senorita Makwell.

I1i U "Have you the witch doctor's clothes
you wore when you came on board the

--- A hand, slight. hut strong. grasped
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MABE IN 1930

Bottled In Bond

One Quart $1.00

Four Quarts$8.50

Delivered $8.75

This is a choice, High Grade

Private Stock

Rye Whiskey

and we Fy r arate it to

be as good as any bottled in

bond whiskey on the market,
that is mild for $1.50 a quart.
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of a revolver barrel pressed against bme
"Get up then! Dress quickly In those
clothes and come out on deck. By the
side of your bunk you will find tins of
black and white paint to smear your
face and hands. At the slightest re-
fusal on your part to do as I bid you-
If you utter a cry or make a noise to
attract attention-I shall kill you with-
out another word."
The soft voice had a steely ring In It
which persuaded the man from Argen-
tina that be had better obey. In less
than five minutes be emerged from the
doorway. The corridor in which his
cabin was situated led Into the salon.
Elsie awaited him. A lamp. dimly light-
Ing the gangway, revealed her face.
Suarez thought he had to deal with a
mad woman. The dog standing by her
side sniffed at him gingerly, but a
muttered "Be quiet. Joey!" prevented
any outburst, every fox terrier being a
born conspirator.
"What do you wish me to do. seno-
ritar' began Suarez. thinking to pla-
cate her until he could obtain assIst-
"You must obey me il silence." she
whispered tensely. "You must not even
speak. One syllable aloud on deck will
mean death. Walk In front of me up
the main companion and go straight to
the ship's side."
"But. senorita"-
The hammer of the revolver began
to rise under the pressure of Elsie's
finger on the trigger. The man's hair
rose even more rapidly. His nerve
was broken. He turned along the cor-
ridor in front of her, not knowing the
Instant a bullet might crash Into his
bead. The girl followed so closely
that she almost touched his heels. The
dog would have trotted in front, but
she recalled him.
When Suarez reached the port rail
of the proxienade deck Elsie brealted:
"Climb quickly and go down into
the canoe by tlie, rope ladder you wili
find there."

Tl blow which kuoei"d out ki(d m
was a revelation the Prias Ighte..
From the earliest days of tho ring the
knock-oet blow was aimed for the jaw,
the temple or the Jugular vein. Stomach
punches were thrown In to worry and
weary the Fghter. but If a adeetlic mas
had told oe of the old fighter that tie
most vulnerable spot was the ngilom of
the stomach, he'd have laughed at him
Ior an ignorams. Dr. Pirc Is rbeingl
bo to t Pe blic a parallel fact: that
ths isa the mot vulnerable organ
out of ring asawell as la It. We
protect threats t and luaW
but e are utterly ladiffer
ent to, n d the solar plexus
and knocks us out. Mh
mUM a ad mt M h

ea~nlin. ~iaL~ie Ave-jI

e "Golde M
tuns swe-k tomsck* Indigestk or
dyspepsia, torpid liver, bed. thin and fa1w
pure blood and other diseases of the wir
gans of digestion and nutrition.
The"Golden Medical Discoveryh as
specific curative effect upon all mucm
surfaces and bhece cures catarrh, no
matter where located or what stage it
may have reached. In Nasal Catarrh It
Is wfll to cleanse the passages with Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy fluid while using
the "Discovery as a constitutional rem-
ady. Why the *Golden Medical Discov-
ery cares etarrhal diseases, as of the
stomach, bowels, bladder and other pelvh!
organs will toe plain to you if you will
read a booklet of extracts from the writ-.
Ings of eminent medical authorities, en-
douring Ie Ingredients and explaining
their curative properties. It is mailed
frm on requesL Address Dr. R.V. Pierce.
uffalh. N.Y. This booklet gives all the
ingredients entering into Dr. Pierce's
medicines from which It will be seen that
they contain not a drop of alcohol, pure,
triple-refined glycerne being used instead.
Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page illuu.
treated Common Sense Medical Adviser
will be sent free. paper-bound, for 21 on
sent stamp or cloth-bound for a1 tampn
Addrimm r. Piere as above.

but Suarez caught him by the oue'k
and made shiifl to deti cud. Elsie waa
already on the swaying ladder when
Doyle's volce ring Lout sharply from
the spar deck:
* "Below there: Who is there'*
"Il. Sir. lItnye!" '!e answered.
"You. Miss Elpie' Where are youth'
"Here-not so far awny!"
She was descending all the tkne.
She had cast loope the pope which fas-
tened the canoe alongside. and her dif-
ficulty wras to hald the ladder and at
the same time by clinging to the mast
to prevent the canoe from slipping
away with the tide. The revolver she
gripped between her teeth by the butt.
Boyle. puzzled by the sound of her
voice, ran from the side of the bridge
down the stairs and across the deck.
He was a second too late to grasp the
top of the mast as It drifted out of
reach. He heard Elsie utter a low
voiced command in'Spanish, and the
dip of a paddle told him that the ec-
noe was In motion.
"For the Lord's sake, what are you
doingT' he roared.
"I am going to save Captain Conrte-
nay," was the answer. "You cannot
stop me now. Please hoist plenty of
lights. If I succeed, look out for me
before daybreak. If I fall, goodbye"
(Continued Next Saturday.)
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
ea-'y as 4:30 it they desire.
tht merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. St bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis. Mo.
$9.70 Savannah, Ga., July 20th. Limit
to leave Savannah July 29th.
$15.25 Mobile, Ala, July 31st, August
1st and 2nd, Limit Aug 15th, ex-
tension to August 28th.
$83.90-4104.6--Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various, dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
$95.40-Seattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
b.r 31.
$18.70-Monteagle and Sewannee,
Tenn.. July 1. 10. 17. 23. 24. 30. Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
5. Stopovers allowed.
For further information call on or
write F. J. Hiber. C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A., Tampa. Fla.


Bern the. Ay
SWignature of

Tax Deed Under Section 8, Chapter
4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that E. P.
ihagard. purchaser of tax certificates
Nos. 22. 31. 234, 247. 416. 489, 491, 522,
523. 525. 539. 656. dated the third day
of June, A. D. 1947. has filed said cer-
tificates in my office and has made
application for tax deed to isue in
accordance with law. Said certifi-
cates embrace the following described
property. situated in Marion county,
Florida, to-wit:
n.&- of st-%. section 32. township
1.'I. range 22.
;'",j of neI and ne'j of se% of sec-
U'n, 1. 49 chains e and w by 25 chains
n :nd in se corner of section 18,
township 12. rance 20.
Os of sw.14 of section 35. township
14. range 19.
c:., of net4 of section 4, township
15. range 19.
n14- of nw' of section 1. township

Tax Deed Under Section S of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that T 0.
Booher, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 537, dated the 3rd day of Juhe. A.
D. 1907, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Corn 131 chs of ne cor of Sanches
Grant, tp 15 s. r 22 e, thlience w 25
chs n 10 chs e 25 chs a 10 chs-2S
acres. The said land being assessed
at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of A. A. Veal.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon on the 18th day of July,
A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 14th day of June. A. D.
1909. S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. Fla.

Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that W. 0.
Brewer. purchaser of tax certificate
No. 402. dated the 3rd day of June, A.
D. 1907. has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
w% of ne% and n% of se% sec 6 tp
15 s r 18 e. The said land being as-
sessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificate in the name of We-
kiwa Naval Stores Co. Unless said
certificate shall bh* redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue there-
on on the 23rd day of July. A. D. 19".
Witness my official signature and
.nae.i this the 19th day. of June. A. D.
1909. S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. Fla.





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Mrs Koch-She&rw oRefsd to Te-

St. L JuIs, ly S-Mismr laws
provide that a woman emanot be re-
quired to testiy against he haumb
Por that reason Mrs. Annie Each-
Shotrow would give no testiamy
in the Dayton street police rt
against either Charles F. Koch or An-
tonle Sbotrow, -charged with de-
turbine each other's peace.
"What did this man Keeh say or
do to your husband. Mrs. Shotrow?
asked Judge- ollard.
Both these men are my husbands,
Judge." replied the woman.
Judge Pollard's face asmmed a sn-
per-judicial took as he cotnanded
the witness to explain.
Mrs. Shotrow said she was married
to Kpeh twenty-five wears ago. Sev-
enteen years later Koch. she said, was
sent to the workhouse for two years.
While he was there she married Shot.
row, she said. without having been
Koch and Shotrow both admitted
having been married to her. though
they said she had her- dates mixed.
Koch said he married her fourteen
years ago, and Shotrow admitted sev-'
enteen years of the bond.
The men were arrested the other
evening at the Shotrow home. where
Koch had called. They were engaged
in a quarrel when two policemen hap-
pened along.
The two husbands were fined $5 each.
and were returned to the cell nla the
holdover, where they spent the night
together Koch lives at 141. Buchanan
street. The wife lives with Shotrow.
She says bbth her weddings took
place in the vicinity of Broadway and
North Market streets. Justices of the
peace officiating.
Mrs. Koch-Shotrow told the court
she had only one child. James. 14
years old. and that Shotrow is hia_
father. Shotrow said that the boy Is
Koch's son, and -was about a year old
when he "took up with' Mrs. Koch. -
Koch, looking through the bars with
Shotrow. admitted the pateraity of
James and he said he and his wife
had three other children.
"My wife is 52 years old." said Koch,
"and I am 51."
"My wife." said Shotrow* "Is 56 and
I am 42."
Shotrow says Mrs. Koch proposed
marriage to him and he accepted, but
he was not aware at the time that she
had a husband living. Koch says he
called on his wife after he left the
workhouse, and discovered that she
was married again.
"So I didn't care to live .with her
he said.
The husbands talked good-natured-
ly together. They said they had no
ill feeling toward one another.
Mrs Koch-Shotrow was not molest-
ed by the police.

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 realise It. If
your child is cross, fretful,., pasty
complexioned and loses weight for
no apparent reason, give it White's
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur-
prised at the results and how quickly
Jt picks up. Sold by all druggists.
woods rider wants a position; can
give best of references, namely: J. D.
Scruggs: of the McGehee Lumber Co.
Levon, Fla. 6-30-dwlm

Of Final Settlement and Discharg
Notice is hereby given that on the
first day of December, A. D. 19o, the
undersigned as administrator of the
estate of' John Kinsler, deceased, will
present my accounts and voucher to
Hon. Joseph Bell, Judge of probate, at
his office in Ocala, Florida, and will
make by final settlement as such ad-
ministrator and will apply for dis-
charge as administrator of said estate.
George Giles.
As Administrator of the Estate .if
John KInsler.
October 14th, 1908.


I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, SteeI. Brasai .q ,
Tin, Lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrel Leather, t.;A M a ,
Boilers, Rails, Et., whether as seonid-hand or semap a"ntd
highest price In cash for same. Write or eall a o aMs t ~t
what you have and were It is located. :


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11:40 pm
4:2S am
11:56 am
5:40 pmn
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8:2S pm
9:62 pm
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Lv ...Tute Creek....
Lv ....Plamcity ......L l
Lv .......Dade City .. .. ..L
Lv .. .... Wildwood..... r
Lv ..-.. ..Oela-s.. ...... LiVe 23C:
Lv ..-.....Waldo ....... .Lv:
Lv .. ... ..Baldwin .. ..'.. LvrI MT0:
Ar .. .. ..JacksonIVle .. .. Lv : pa *::
Lv .. ..Jacksoavlle .. ... Ar 5:9- pm :7
Ar .... -Savannah ........Are 1:)P .i
Ar .. .. .. At amg
Ar.. .... ..Ralelh .. .. .Ar :4S-m. :
Ar.. .. .. PAtlsoirth .. ....Ar : i t
Ar ....Richmond ...... Arl:;40 4
Ar .... W.*.ngont ..... Lv' :32 r-9
Ar ...Baltmore .. Lv C:SM p
Ar .. .. Philadelphia .. .. ..Lv M'3:
Ar ....NcwYork .... .. Lv 1:26

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Theme srrvhais and departures as well a's t am
other companies are given au Informatoa abd "a 4
Pullman Drawlag Room S Cars Mbetwe Ta,
on trains Nos. 84 an6 31. Dining Car Servic -
Parlor Cafe Cars between Tampa and Jaekuowrtle ta l
and 4M, Pullman Drawing Room gleepftg Cars betM.weer et l
New York and Dilnng Car Service on trains Neo. aSad 4LU. --
Por fll lat Informatioen and sleeper reservations "cali.ea ans
board or write to S. C. BOTLSTON ALat. Oe. Pm.
vile. Pla.; or call on H. C. RATSOR C. T. A., Oclls
A. M. mCL tONW, Travdng PaM Br AgwK1B

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