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 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03217
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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TremtoN, N. J.; July 18 -Mis Mi-
oae ewards, of Yematown., o. and
Wlhim Bedford Kolsy. who halls
from CMeago, wer married yesterday
Is the eoal yards of the Peasylvantl
manrad here by Justice oft the Peace
Henry Constadin.
On the marriage papers the word
"tramp" Is written after the prited
word 'cupanten~" Is et ease.
If the story te bride ad bride.
groom is true the weddig Is the emd-
minatiesn ofet a mene whlbh began a
week age when they became acquaint.
ed while train Mer.
MKs mdwards told the Justice she
got tired weEg la a sbirt factory
In. Youasown a moush agesand Is-
Cided to me sme of the coury.
Dona ng male attire sae st her lot
with the fotlow es of holbolm, be-
leving her disguise would ide her
Al went wellnd made early atays et
ber experience he says she rod
bo cas,ve him her ad low"th and
rangers wVuboat a 1 tbmUrd
on thev pt P identity. It wages or

railroad men.tual love at rst sight

still in male attire, the girl w ar-n
true friend had msde hi an out
est from his family and how hbe had
become a trampm
Shel forve him her sympathy aerd
sotetion reveal wed r delntity. It was a
case of mutual love at first sight
Strall n male atrde the gM was ar-

best test o sere by ity o l e prt of
as was a her ompalpis wld be a mar-
foriagd the eonstabl. He of her se plead.
weg for her liberty and declared her
intention of wedding Kelsey.
Hendrickson, after consulting sev-
eral railroad men. decided that the
best test of sincerity on the Prt of
the two principals would be a mar-
agwedlock. ceremony. He called upe the
county cle it to grant a marrlphwhe I-
cemse ad sent It out by a m
oy to the yards where the prs whors
were being deta him ed.
Justice Cnstadine was seand a t for and
the bride and bridegroom. atm sta-
tioned In the weddft oal, were united
wedlock. The constable gave the
bridal pair a free bil f health to
'freight It" to Phladlphta, where,
Kelsey said. he had relatives who
would give him financial aid.
Three engine drivers and a heman
signed the wedding certlfcate. A"
were bound to secrecy, but the strange
wedding leaked out and today It is
the gossip of the city. Nothing ean
be learned of the whereabouts of the

"About ten years ago my brother
was 'beld-un In bin work. health sad
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless consuu...ptlo." writes W. R.
LIseomb, of. Washington, N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment frm several doctors, bhut found
no help till he used Dr. Kig's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He is a well mana today."
It's quick to relieve aad the surest
cure for weak or sore hlnge, hemorr*
ages, coughs and colds, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, ad all broaebd l at-,
fections. 6c and nL Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggt1.

Eau Gallie, July I1.-W. H. Gtles-
son, a wel known cite of this city.
has sold 2,0 acres of farming ands
to the Japanese colony amnd says that
soon there will be 20 of them to set-
tle thereon. Ohi is the leader aad
speaks very favorably of the opportu-
nity offered for eItablia g paying
is always foupd em ta same ase
with Banardl kAow Liniment It
keeps every member of the family fre
from aches and pains, It basls euts,
berns and sealds ad cures rhem-
tism, neuralgia, unbao o aad all mus.
eular soreness ad stifeas. 2k., cS
and $1 a bottle. At all draggists
Mobile, Ala., July 11.-W. 8. KeImp
and his son, W. B. Kemp. were arrest-
ed yesterday by the United States as-
thorities, charged with holding four
egroes In peonage. The alleged vic-
tims were brought Into the city with
the prisoners. The Kemps are prom-
inet planters and their arrest caus-
ed considerable excitement. This is
the fourth arrest made lately en peon-
age charges.
If you have paims In the back, weak
back. or any other Indications of a
%weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys O ralder, You 8eu0i1 ot
DeWittes Kidne a 8d adder PO
right away when you. aperlnce the
tIast sign of kidney or bladder esa-
plalnt, -et be sore that you get De-1
witt's Kidney and BIadr Plls. We
know what they will de for yo e and
if you will send your ame to E. C.
DeWitt & Co., Chicago, you will re-
ceive a free trial box of these kidney
and bladder pills. They are sold here
by an druggists.

Pemssit Womane Mrdered Her Hus-
band Awh had Just Returned
firmw Amtsm

loud.a. July 1L-It is reported from
a village near telonamaager. in Hun-
gary. that a farmer named Veres, who
had Just retired from America, was
murdered by his wife' without her
knowing that he was her husband.
Veres emigrated twelve years ago,
a"d after making a small fortune de-
cided to return to the village where
be had left his wife. He arrived there
a Friday night, and the first persons
he met were his two cousins, who.
however, only recognized him after be-
Ing told who he was, s greatly had
be altered In appearance. Before leav-
ing them Veres remarked that if his
wife and mother-in-law, who lived to-
gether in a lonely house outside the
vilalge. should fall to recognize him,
he would not at once reveal his iden-
tity. but would hear what they thought
of the aheat man.
ugNstion of Murder
When he reached the house neither
the wife nor the mother-in-law guess.
ed who the stranger was who begged
for food and shelter for the night.
whereupon, he promised payment, op-
eineg his handbag containing money
and valuables to prove his ability. The
two women admitted him. but the
the contests of the handbag suggest-
ed to them the murder of the stranger.
whom they believed nobody In the vil.
l-re had seen, and whose disappear-
anee therefore would not attract atten-
They brought him wine, containing
cyanide of potassium, used as rat
polsm by the peasants here. which the
unfortunate man drank and soon died.
The women buried his body in the gar-
de Gthat same night. When. on the
foltwing morning, the two cousins
came to hear how the returned hus-
band was received, the horrified wo-
men made a clean breast of the crime
and surrendered to the police.
There is more catarrh In this sec-
tiou of the country than all other dis-
esmes put together, and until the last
fow 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 be 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
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu-
cus surfaces of the system. They of-
fer one hundred dollars for any case
It falls to cure. Send for circulars and
testinonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug-
gists, 75e. Take Hairs Family Pills
for constipation.
New York Poliee Have Picked Up
Anther f Leon Lin's Trails
New York, July 13.-A mysterious
woman, said to be Mrs. May Ellen
Stewart. has told the police of this
city that Leon LUng. murderer of Elsie
8Igel, had a white wife in Philadel-
phia who would tell where the China-
man is hiding.
This woman claims that she knows
bIth the Chinaman and this alleged
wife very well and that the Chinese
socleties in New York are sending in-
formation and money to Mrs. Ling,
who itn turn transmits it to Ling.
The policee think so well of her story
that they have put men to work on the

Many Owals Rueders Have Heard it
and Pruited Thereby
"Good news travels fast," and the
thosads of had back suferers in
Ocdal are glad to learn that prompt re-
lief is within their reach. Many a
tame, weak and aching back is bad no
more, thanks to Dean's Kidney Pills.
People from every state in the Union
are telliag the good news of their ex-
pedence with the Old Quaker Rem-
dy. Here sla an example worth read-
Mrs. 3. M. Edwards, living on Call
St., Starke, Fla., says: "I never used
a seumedy that proved of such great
be-lt to me as Doan's Kidney Pills.
I iufferld eoustantly from backache,
and dull pains through my loins.

Some days my back troubled me so
severely that I could scarcely get
aoua. I was unable to rest wen at
night, aad In thle morning my back
wa so lame and stiff that it was
difiut for me to put on my cloth-
ing. My kidneys were also weak and
greatly added to my misery. I finally
learned of Dean's Kidney Pills, and
procured them. I fiad only used three
bowes when I was cared and I am
now feeling a great deal better than
before nla years. I give Dean's Kid-
sey Pills entire credit for %*e change
nla my condition."
Plenty more .roof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tedlngs & Co.'s
drag store and ask what their custo-
stfs repeo
. oar sale by all dealers. Price 50
eets. Poter-Milburn Co., Buffalo
, Ne Lork, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

Marianna, July 13.-J. V. White was
convicted of murder ina the second de-
gree yesterday for killing Dr. Alexan-
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Whether he is MNre or Las Lucky
Than the Original, Only Himself
Can Tell
Lee, Mass., July 1.--George Recox.
who went away from here Ina 1891 a
sprightly young man of 21 years, leave.
ing a young wife. has Just returned to
East Lee, to the home of his wife, af-
ter an absence of 48 years. In the
meantime Mrs. Herox. believing her
husband dead, had married, and lived
to become a widow.
George Hecox In 1860 marrieil Mary
Canfield. of Lenox. They went to ust
Lee to live. When the war broke out
Hecox was working as a blacksmith
In a shop with his father and three
brothers in Housatonic. They were
patriotic men and one day they all
went to Great Barrington and enlisted
"father and the boys." George was as-
signed to Company K, Thirty-fourth
Massachusetts Infantry. After one of
its battles George Hecox was reported
missing. He had served three years
and was wounded and sent to the hos-
pital. Before he recovered the war
was over. Why he did not return to
Lee no one but the Hecoxs knows, and
they won't discuss it. However, eight
years passed following the war and
one day Hecox met in New York a
friend. The soldier said he was going
to Lee and was Informed that his wife,
believing him dead, had married Tim.
othy Tucker. Hecox disappeared
again. Two years ago Tucker died
and theit Mrs. Tucker began to re-
ceive aid from an unknown source.
Money came regularly to her. This
week. Just at sunset, a white-haired
man rapped on the door at the Tucker
home. A woman gray with years
opened the door.
"Does Mrs. Tucker live here?" asked
the stranger.
"Yes." replied the woman, "I am
Mrs. Tucker."
The man looked at her for a mo-
ment and then said: "Well, Mary, I've
come home."
Mrs. Tucker gave a scream and
nearly fainted. Hecox aslsted her to
a seat on the porch and there they
talked for an hour. As twilight dark.
ened the woman led the way into the
house and the door was closed behind
them. All Hecox will say about his
long absence is that he has been suc-
cesful in business in the South and
that he and his wife are well provided
for. He plans to purchase a house in
East Lee and live there his remaining

The adge of medty
boae every wrapper of Doctor Pie-wfl
Golden Medical DIacover beoae a full
list of the Ingredients comp aosog It Is
printed there in plain English. For
years of experience has proven Its rto
worth as a blued purifier ad avinv rat
Inag tonic for the eare of stomach disadhs
and all lver UIls. It ballds up tO wrun-
down system as no other tonic can In
which alcohol is used. Theactvemedic-
al principles of nave roots -ch asU
Golden S and Qaem's root, toe and
Mandrake root, Bloodroot and Black
Cherrybark are extracted aN pIreNmi
by the use of chemically pur triple
refined glycerine. end toDr.R.V. PleM
at Buffalo N. Y., for fre bookleS which
quoted extacto hbo wel cof-d id
Kinh S. dde Cue, Dllugweld ad a
hot o( showing that them rono
an be upam for OWehr wms
atomN I week stalt of the stomh
aclrem ed ina ig0 lesi or d14ds
s wdeal Il UlIMor hve rmmi nhtM

inso sad gradual emtgin Imht
ar and system. a

ruanial awa, or ulcers, it I1 well S I*-
sare their healing to applyteem if r.
Pleem's Afl-HeallqIiSalva If nyrd
gist doi't happen to have is balaus It
stock, sad Ifty-fear esats goatee
staus to Dr. IV. Pierce, Kaval 'Bonld
a larse of t -hei
will reach ven by rmara post.
You ea'ta dustos iaejpfamt ag. u

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Red aml Fire Brick Work

Streets of the Fameus Cliiferia City
Threnged with the -me" Peol
aE th" and Their Fri ad
Los Angeles, July l.-Tbenks'
convention week opened yesterday un-
der conditions that promise oe of the
most successful national reualeas ov-
er held by the famous order. While
thousands of Elks arrived Saturday
and Sunday, the real inflow did aot
begin until Monday morning. All the
regular and many special trains pour-
ed visitors into the city until the-en-
tire downtown section was well-abgh
congested. Ethse**ie crowds filled
the railroad stations, the hotels and
other public places and the familiar
"Hello. Bill!" was to be heard on all

Mothers who value their own com-
fort and the welfare of their children.
should never be without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders ftor
children, fur use throughout the sea-
son. Thb break up colds, cure fev-
erishness. constipation. teething dis-
orders. headache and stomach trou-
bles. These powders never talL Sold
by all drugstores, 26c. Do'nt accept
any substitute. A trial package wiQL
be sent free to any mother who will
address Allen S. Olmsted. Leroy. N.Y.


Too late for this news article
the Ocala Star has come a good I
containing much Information a
the Junior Endeavor Society of
Christian church in Ocala. We
predate the favor by the superb
dent, Mrs. Rev. W. H. Coleman,
will use every item sent us.
Mrs. H. W. Bruce, state Junior
erintendent, while spending a
weeks at 188 Laura street. Jaci
ville. Is also getting Into closer I
with the Endeavor leaders of
part of Northeastern district
pleasant meeting attended was ih
First Christian church where
Eddie J. McManaman is the be]
leader of 75 Junio-s. having the
eat organization of children End
orers we know. of in Florida.
Bruce told them something aboul
Junior rally at the Tampa convey
and the little folks listended eag
Rev. Edwin Waldo, the Congi
tonal pastor at West Palm B4
writes, "We are having an ave
attendance of forty, probably n
Our Jualor is larger this summer
In the winter, but that Is due to
fact -that we now have some of
Episcopalian children, as their cel
Is open only six months in the 3
We have several Hebrew children
Sunday School and Junior Ende
who seem to like that portion of
name. "Congregation."
In Gilmore. on June 13th. there
a union meeting with the Jun
who had an interesting part of
program and did most of the sing
ces Willard," and the meeting
cis Williard," and the meetings
other places besides Gilmore i
have been well worth being rept
to us.
The following message was set
the Twenty-fourth International i
vention now In session at St. I
"GreetIngs In behalf of Florids
deavorers: Romans. 8:31 'What i
we then say to these things? If
be for us, who can be against us.'"
This is the source of our great
ganiation. Christian Endeavor-
Lord is on its side! Therefore, w
ever we look, the work goes on
cause God is with us, and it is
poier, not ours, that is winning
age in "World-wide Endeavor.
We have been permitted to sha
letter sent South by Miss Corn
Peet, our ever remembered exz-
officer and faithful district wo
Here are some thoughts that may
terest her friends: "I- am enJo
my training but it takes all of
time. The course is very full an4
do not have any opportunity
Idleness and even Sundays have
given up to at least one period
held work. How I do long for
South, and more than ever i
spring time touches in air and
reminds me how beautiful the S
is. I shall certainly come back v
I am ready for work. I hope a ]
will be ready somewhere. Wish
Congregational church had the st
deaconess organization these Me
dist people have. It is a fine
and is putting so many splendid y
women into the field." Miss Peets
dress is 4949 Indiana avenue, Chi
The Congregational Juniors in .
Park, Polk and DeSoto district,
had an election of officers. Mr
V. Dilley, wife of State Citises
leader, Is still superintendent; FI
Bennett is president; Lillian D
her assistant; Paul Dilley, secre
and Francis Burleigh. treasurer.
was once the state secretary's
society, and it has not taken a v
tion we think since its organs
about ten years ago, when the ]
ent officers were very small In
and their older brothers and sli
now all grown, were the "ac
members. Junior Endeavor lay
foundation we believe for Chrt
sork of the future as scarcely
other kind of training wilL
For our lesson on July 11th,
Amos R. Wells makes the folio
helpful comment: "Abide-and
peace, light and life-these are
key words of John's gospeL
close to Christ as the frequent s
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. T. July It.-A message Sault SL Marie, MIch., July 12.-
bw. 1 astg0, -*. tup J fM 0 69m states that yesterday Three minutes after the steel steam-
o m X the we have had to th a heavy wliA and rainstorm there, ers Isac M. Scott and John B. Cowle
Pt ee4ad pgmds to the wa- thousands of snail fros fell. covering collided in Lake Superior yesterday. a
yewa ago. bt for aU oral- sidewalks to such an extent that walk- mlle and a half off Whitefsh Point
SsEve as pe y s waa dallaeML "W riaThe rals n the igeo the Cwi ot e b
SI -, Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg diMs- tom In fifty fathoms of water, carrying
To.-"-. MIL!. CUSTOMERS Ion of the New York Central railroad with her fourteen members of her crew.
Sfor half a mile were covered and reai- Th Scott, although badly damaged
teF having the same old trouble, dered so slippery that the speed of the about the bows. put back to this port,
e ly en of Itabout getting our tls was materially lessened. where she arrived with a few mem-
t ts- and bottle Y Tobr attention is bers of the crew of the Cowle. Heavy
called to the little preface In the In- OF YOU KNEW fog was responsible for the collision.
~i-of 0@ evo2r of the milk ticket tlr- merits of the Texas Wonder. you The Cowle loomed up broadside to the
1m. lt- o ThiO rsie will be -strictly en- would never suffer from kidney. blad- Scott only a few feet away making
Taf e 'tfo ad ft*8 re.' We have six gross der of rheumatic trouble. -t bottle two prevention of the collision impossible.
Asf e'f ( -s.'uq-e(wh e I-. Ocala In month's treatment Sold by druggists
a ItgMa l e oe r a eats business. With or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr. OCALA LODGE
Bottle Is a ticket that belongs E. W. Hall, 292n OUve Street. St.
~V% .... ..11 we bevelr got it This Is no Louis. Mo. NO. 26
duo & 0" er ovaeGather up all bottles, put
am ^ ^ b ut1 a ea1111ch of them you find PURSUING A NEGRO 3 .
h e .- -, for you are due us as-- Meets second Tuesday
.:" a --. avW-t a fel a you have bottles. put He Entoed the Room of a Girl at the evening in each month
W 'B-S> ---he~ hw, b et si iA future put both a bot- Hem* of K. W. Hornme -until October. Visit-
O aIl ket out. as the deliverers Ing brethren always welcome.
; tiomns to leave no milk Macon. Ga.. July 13.-A special to the Bradford Webb. Exalted Ruler.
t And both a bottle Telegraph from Norman Park. Ga., Stephen Jewett. Secretary.
Ja the tickets are out. says:
P t thq. bno t and a note stating "A heavily armed posse with track
s.-, ,.. m I to mthe fact and others will be left. This hounds is in pursuit of an unknown .. L 0. F.
y. note Is not Intended to apply to those who is charged with having en- Tulula Lodge. No. 28
Sitww aWho hew 'put out the bottles and tick- tered the bedroom of a youg woman, a J L O. 0. F. meets ev-
*a"- .w w t "'t: t... e regu arly, as many of you do. but gu*-st at the home of K. W. Horne. last m ery Tuesday evening
p7; *. I _X5_-I ._ _to the others It means business and midnight. The posse outdistanced the in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
-s e---- --b ~~ i---- wlL .b enforced sheriff in the, race and a lynching is ways welcome.
SI l' J Respectfully. believed to be inevitable if the alleged W. C. Blanchard, N. o.
I* w.t.WSO- = T kHIAW.ATHA LAKE DAIRY, Intruder is caught M. M. Little, Secretary.
Hs Il J- a aeklred be- H. H. Whitworth, Proprietor. A
i f s h A to sm o to p NOTER OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. O. R. M.
t "e 1. 2s WAR ON HER HANDS l Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30, at
tall .ba in r teaYonge's HalL W. Gray. C. of IL
,' 'i 8 t t tal w k it is to saa. Jly IS.-Private telesrams 4-i
-.W r oo"# tr IU ju-E unaf aa confirm the report of the attack by the F.. A
strbea d me Kabhyles of the tribe of Beni Burro-or
us erb o4a let e semss- Nador on the workmnn of the Riff Mn- Marlon-Dunn Lodge
S"-fl>- -P- y ^" -.. ............. oP lay IN cqgpfr No. 19 meets In the
I p'UIqI IN. WIIhe .uasiemut df the troops of -e.( t 1mple otn the fiomt and
s" R- .ld -r' a strltbe, eral Marina, who attacked Kasbah. YOUR A PIs ARANC- / t mple Tontheia i and
,.;', o nature. a .<- ^ -. ^.---* --.- A rRN a \ third Thursday even-
yft whoe a stro- I called on a hboe was of the most desperate nature Ins of each month. Visiting brothers
Jm sso a bll of this ki.a M Kaelb hld to carried at the point Will not suffer If you have to weat cordially invited. J. A. Bouvier W. M.
b hh 4 -eat up by the le root- at a heavy costing kill. spectacles. W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
f ,-..p, me... o ... J. Is t. The news of this engagement has They are Improving t6 most peo-
,e" .I d~ vidael created an enormous sensation over the pe's looks when fitted by one who OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. N.
g\tgll'I.m an Mww a w ianlsh doamaln. The minister of war understands how. Regular convocations of the Ocala
a~- e ot ba so It do sot afrod Is In constant telephonic communica- Your eyesight Is too precious to Chapter No 13, R. A. M., on the 4th
e--mt to t WIN --their tion with the king, and the government
11-111 .1l.t to.end str. g renfre-t neglect. You- owe them all the at-* Priday in every month at 8 p. m.
4,has d"Wlded to send strong reinforce- N. I. Gottleb-H. P.
ataaft ments at once to Melilla. tentio6 and care that they ay need. Jae Brown. Secretary.
.,-. C b agefu l k ill H ". .. MO .A They Get CareiI AtteUtion Here

e. to a 1 4 be a st sSr emuo Editor Star: Beginning with Thurs yesight S lall Conventions. held every Mon-
to sWb sik" th ba n or the runnserr a.ern.s ahOcala, Fla. day evein In Castle Hall
0 11 and ase a pA day J .ly .a. thereafter on each Oflce hours: 9 to 12 a. m. a over Peyse r's tore. A cordial
th, heE h Thursidy until about Sept. 1st, the over Pyser's store. A cordial
Il aimS_ oe ba A ksa the RIy will close for busl- 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office welcome to visiting knights.
me 1 ._1a,1 s11- now at I p. m= following the custom and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary SldneyHale, C. C.
people te - so.w lt nv.llSlg, amongst the er- block. Chas. K. age, K. of R. and S.
__ chants.

T h Mm &ee & Chamblim Bank. --
A001 V" ". 1--, L I have just received a lot of the NO.o 181 F. 0 .L
.- ., . FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE celcbrate d Hialophar:e g!ass shades for .'I;- .V. er, -"st
M r. d -. ,N -,_lights.. There hades I increase 3r. ees every lse a
e polmter puppies for ,e1k. light p.wer 75 es r, e h n rT b third Wednesday even-
sale at five h. W. HB. oClark-the- r-. W. Tucker, t7 elr t n at 8:5 o'clock. Visiting brethren
b-..; d t O"N", F SH W T ktd-twp m. lc .t . a ",wj welcome.

.- m with symptoms of kidney l m ar
V-1', --- I trouble could realize their Different With a Woman. '
wouM' without' lose of., I MC
Awes Ua l K ade taking Fleyt Kidney] S I
d great remedy stops the 30 regoNG 300argt
s u- p andm the fimgularitles, strength- -5 4J-Aw K I
t-r ii ~ .0.4 4 1 te1se. oans and 1 Next regalAr-r nthly meeting will
Sa t d It no aiger of Bright's disease be held Friday evening, Aug. 13t,. at
Snd a td re- otr er serous disorder. Do not ds- 7- :30 o'clock in Tonge's Hall Visiting
S'l i itd 'ary symptoms. Sold by )soverelginu are always welcome.
, _ll M M little C. C..

.Ef -'i WANTED-A saw mill
Jf -waats a poelUen can
e remscm, .namely: J. D.
W fth)cGehet Lumber 0. 4
-.. I "-.'__ "The b it: udlls made are DeWltt's
t by Fhesa.." to uttle a liky "RlaM, the famous little
N owab oute1is 0110n'. w OI s They are small, gentle.
S, w w early l isant. easy to take and act proppt-
r aa p,,.. bmi m ,iy 13i ly. Th ey Are .old by all druggists.
w "was i" begn prchlg and "
ha. .a H--- wawI hmsw. Here 1 COTTAGE AT OKLAWAHA
a friom the atoMbloraphy:
a wI tb U aig day Cottage at North Lake, Oklawaha,
i mIsnmush dW ia@ a Bala- fo rent. Appty to H. C. Jones.
S Vset up y7r mth' saId my a-

asI ,% 4ise mrepliedm yCASTOR I A
ler If da4,. am It..Ar .aam Chdim.
I War yo Lub M I' l while the
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k Miet- Maeei-tia says that Ire-
haft = area=st as numerous an
M. I" i *r o-Mt. "'M. Ne HOUSE FOR RENT
a'. em an the kral Isl e n mot long A mew seven-room house for rent,
ti w to do or Iorlad what ow Daugherty street. Apply to A. G.
Damean a1me. 41MGatses. did
t goto"inba tbLe hirsh Ife a|d
Saoonw otho WM ) ihe tee I .Masons meet Thursday eight.
s-hom the ~manhe 1t there. ''--- -
res a halrseir ia Klagtown.

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e 'Cabin-- .r i-. 00r v; vo _
.... "y r ^ '_I I^^^rf^ tim. -I t ae -A mI T ac why BCItes
h Qu -est U*In Us mI e w y c miws t in h en
Mrede wh p~o Coe Drtne. Cearf d N
rnPOt m to e WtP by liwhate

a Is emsagrWa about your.u
jIsfeeb, lout believe

by the stad-
b Mo ae M!. Cashmangh

-loop Ulm ta mad tste set. That's why Shism

qpoulwhsky Pftf Cold Drinks, Cigars and News-

when be Is talking.

Pleases Them.
If marriage is a failure,
As you have often heard.
Jbose who have tried It all of twice
Are keen to :ake a third.

Beyond His Grasp.
"How would you like to be presi-
dent. Bill?"
"Not for me."
"But think of the salary."
"How much is it?"
"Seventy-five thousand dollars a
"Excuse me. I cun't think of mow
thau $40 at a time."

These Strenuous Girls.
A kist be would take.
He found it regrettable.
The miss made him quake
In a way unforgettable.
81.. turned him down hard
With a strong arm athletic
As she caught him off I;uard.
And remilts were pathetic.

Hard lines-a railroad track.
Deep sleep-the mther dosing at
work. 0.
Happy days-pay day&
callingg a bluff-whistling for a car

Spark arrester-park policeman.
Out of sight-the dollar you are after.

Mae a x ionally-Seed FJiW aqk
S Fort Meyer
Washington, July 13.-Orville Wright
made a very successful flight In a
Wright aeroplane at Fort Meyer, Va.,
yesterday, remaining in the air five
minutes and .thirty seconds during
which time the machine attained the
exceptional speed of about forty miles
an hour and citcles the parade grounds
half a dqzen times, about three and a
half miles.
The machine descended easily and
lighted with no apparent jar, sliding
smoothly ofer the ground. Both of the
Wrights expressed pleasure at the

For SI* fby


S R.b;bution.
Little Wimle had a sister
Courted by a lovely mister.
Bill got gay
With him one day.
When the fellow went away
Little Willie caught a blister.

P*ffmmrima or em.. m t.........a AUL I K7'hov I

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I will place In electric smoothing
Iron in your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially Il
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a .few
minutes tie iron Is'hot. No smoke
or dirt and hIat only whr it is
wanted. EH. W. TUCKER.

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

An fight-Inen Westinghouse electtle
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
Ser them at once. H. W. Tedsr, the
*secfrical supply manw---
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TeK .yv hpfrwme. ferertoe*
any muni teacher. In Qcal, any
music hodse In Jadkenville.-'Peme .
328. A. K. LaaIford,' dty. IS-tf.
The Flprida Packing &f Ice Company
now has its delivery wagons on the"
streets retailing lee. The company 'i
also shipping from the plant' and
selling to the trade in quantities. See
the company's ad. elsewhere m ifthis
jqsper, t'_te ice is made froi pure
tilled qater and sflrst-cla.

WANTiD-'A 'comblnatlioe' bo6.
-keeper and sten6gtapher. Good vs I-
tion for the right mah-A.Adress, D)OX-
keeper, care -Star.- -7-4t' *
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Fifteen Democratic Senators Combine
to Prevent a Drouth
Newport News, Va., July 13.-No
prohibition legislation will be passed
at the coming session of the Virginia
legislature in January. This was de-
cided upon at an Informal conference
of fifteen democratic senators last
week at one of the tidewater summer
resorts. Although the senators have
maintained the utmost secrecy regard.
ing the conference, news of what
transpired leaked out here. The fifteen
senators who met in conference are
the leaders of the state senate, and
they carry sufficient power to' defeat
any bill that may come up for consid-
eration. The senators decided that no
prohibition bill should be introduced
In the senate, and that if one should
come up from the house of delegates-
it should either be killed In committee
or defeated openly on the senate floor.

attended by the hign est priced baby
-specialist could not be cured or stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby -It you give #t
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-


Washington, July 13.-Ensign Hugh
Kalken died aboard the cruiser North
Carolina last night. His death was
caused by an explosion of coal gas IN
the vessels' coal bunkers while the en-
sign was making an examination In
the holly of the vessel Ensign Kalken
was appointed to the navy from New

A western judge granted a divorce
on account of Ill-temper and bad
breath. Dr. King's New Life Pills
would have prevented It. They cure
constipation, causing bad breath and
liver trouble the Ill-temper, dispel



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meet ts -a eve.
Od eewsm MRet toelght.
Red MM meet Thoroday night.
MMa ma nt Thursday evewl&
A few of them Diamond Edge Safety
Basrs left at the Court Pharmacy.
MIl Mar et.Taylor left today ftor
a visit to St. Auustinoa
Peroz Cream, for the complexio.,
t the Court Pharnry.
Mr. I. I Upham oft Soth Lake
Weir wam In to today.o
rk' Chil Tone., usarmatod to
em eIas aAd fever. 1s cents.
Mr. D. WodroW returned today
from a vidt to hisa fmily at Woodmar.
Sor 6dwea W Wwml ewe any ease
so hlls mad fever. Priue tc.

Mrs. W. C. Powell of Citra, is at the

S .. Mr. A. H. Iuman of Plant City Is at
0nrII NO, P ,l the Montesmso.
- -- -*;. i f- e i&.C* OL. .,-Mr. and Mrj. C. S. medley of Ar-
@Pala. ane guests of the Montesuma.
I". -. L WI' ?~

Mr. P. J. T.wtemb of Dwaneuon sl at
"" There were 32 arrivals at the Mon-
o AL .A. t yesterday.
S.Mr. J. 0. Johason of Reddick Is at

.- Mr. A. B. Medlin, of Leesburg, is at
Nfig T* U K "the Montema-
w o .... -,t.....- a" -ir"-1_ Mr. A. Medl n of Leesburg Is at
tW 9 to wt11 Wi1?rIi lIa *_1_. the Montezuma.
A W m l d s. Out evstoams represoUt -a sal=
WOh Aan -g i k -4ag t l IM Ie l eto rl ~e. Mr. M. B. Grifflth of OGalnesville, Is
--n m.a--a a.a a vi. among last night's arrivals at the

Mr. Phillip Burns of Dunnellon Is at
SI dwardv meat market will close at
TAI.. -I L S p. m. on Thursdays.
It m5 or 6 doses r will cre any case
.. of chills and fever. Price, 26c.

IH $ Ba Ui *Mr. J. A. Grumbles of Dunnellon Is
at the Oea House.
A new line of popular priced books
s. t Na at the Oeala News Co.

L ITTLE BO ANZA Dr. J. 0. of Dunnellon a
I -- ....... t th eOcala House last night
9wp CoL John L Ingis of Port Inglia is
;A guest of the Ocala HOuse.
''**f~ ~ ~ -- "
ALL |KIND4 OF Mr. H. M. Williams of Dutton is at
AL KIND O the Ocala House.
Pl E k's-Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
Ist! angda kld.. rw mw a etm Woter Feh., The Most Cam- cure chills and fever, 25 cents.
M P6I of iN Kild in the Cuntry. e*-meodled sad Right Mr. mamett R ublson has bought
U aM R n t rM R. R.L Hairs Bulck runabout.

Menlote and R.easoable Board to Wookly CadaueW Three cents will fan you for ten
*. .... l. b..glGet mem of those t-Inch We..
tiaghouse tans trsfm H. W. Tucker.

&Srap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought J. A. Mois Sr., will leave -

Sand Sold. ,.
Take one of those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
W" o l "" P. 0. Box No. 652 ; t at ue cut pharmacy.
SMr. John C. Cooper a Jacksonville
I" E a1 f" *u I lawyer, was at the Ocala House last
-. light,
"When In need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only tathatlnry Ston In Ocala".
Save, you seen the new visible Pay-
FRu T AID U Ktypewriter? C. Davis & C*
general agents.
S Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em
S UB T.-R -a~ -a a . IA 1qick and is noi-poisonous. 25 cents
L L* * at the PostotSee Drugstore.

|MA Wute King Avenlue Witneasel ulHding. TelaMhae M 3 B. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
S____will sel any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.
Devted to Florida's Agricultural, Horticul ew
tu nd Stock Raising Interest. Finely II- D t or et that you can fnd any.
11"aye want In crockery and glass-
tImtcid The Handsomest as well as one wreat the Osala News Co.
le most Practical Journals of its Class in' the
South. Printed on Fine Book Paper, 20to..4& o. oM Tkonve
Pages Monthly, with Illustrated Colored Cover. .. each; $1.0 per doe, .
E 1 Nyars Roach Powder klls "cm quick
Pab's **Bpr ~tuek AiVa-tfn go, k ars nn polsonous. 25 cents at the
Pestotfcee Drugtore.

Try a box of that sunburn cream.
. tb.ritO $1.00 a Year in Adv, for f.s reckless, at the Court
_The recent heavy rains have mad
-ome dangerous places in the city's
sm U*33flI S TH UT U! U j streets that should be looked after.
M Anotaer shipment of hard water
water soap Just in at the Bostotfce
..-.--. rugst.em.

is TsrORE IS CROWDED Mr .umad'ethe new night polc-
tram S-karke.
SB"S WE DO IS 4ll: A new ahlpment of that famous A:-
S'Pine Flax just received at the Court

Mr. A. J. Brigace left today for
Marianna, lIn West lriorda, where he
goes for a number of convicts.
We have the nkiest line of hair
brushes, embe and other toilet arti-
es In the ity. Tydllings & Co.
M Ih
i~A. r.Mr. R.LE Bigance is visiting hi,. old


Is an honest product a"d
sells on Its merits. No ho*o
hold should be without It. De-
stroy insects and you reduce
disease;. Fenole floes the work.
A trial order will conavce

tou. Accept no substitute. Ev-
ery can of the genuine, ad ev-
ery sprayer bears our label,


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Moving Pictures

and Music

The ameot of EmigimiM luuic.
ed by Hoe oae


The moetin C CeOmeerla Ldeaw V.
U. of A., last MAeSt, was we aotedd
aud bQ n** tk t hirthy-ft r sew
m*emers were tab Iwn bre-s
the memabrship p to 1UL. I Vw ea,
so to meet the en se o nMesy
Ilght in each a td ilan take. share
of -ie'lI the n opes mbin. Cn.
erda is a store a aide sand the mem-
bers should tu oea t to the resthe
They can make of nt ee at the mee
metelledges ian the ey they tr.

Mr. J. W. Iyes, our justice of the

were continued for a few days.
A. P. Stek,, president of the T. &
J. railway, was a visitor to Oainevfle
yesterday from his home at Oeala. He
Is extesively Interested in the t pen.
tine business and IS probably oe of
the leading dealers In the state..-
Gaieavine Sa
Postmaster eo. C. Crom of Ocala.
one of the leading ctIsena and hustlers
for the good of Oeala, a a visitor
here yesterday.
W. M. Dale was among the passeng-
era to Ocals last nglht, where he goes
In the Interest of the Duttou Phospmhate
emolpay.--Gaaesvlllo un.
Mr. 0. M. Gale of Belleview. of the
firm of Gale & Nott. enterprising mer.
chants In that city, was in town today
Mr. H. S. Chambers our efcient
and popular fire chief, came home to
day from a two week's visit to his aged
aaunt. Mrs. Roes, t Macon. Ga. Hamp
had the time of his life and is looking
100 per cent better.
The Ocala House had 37 arrivals
yesterday. The Ocala hotels are filled
almost every night, mid-summer tho'
It Is.
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis announces that
she desires to organize classes in-
strumental and vocal culture. Those
Interested will kindly phone No. 187.
Capt. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson and
Miss Clara Johnson. who have been at
White Springs for the past few weeks.
went to Jacksonville Sunday morning
and from there to Hendersonville, N.
C. where they will be for the remaind-
er of the summer.
Mrs. F. A. White and her attendant,
Miss ErvIlne of Citra. have gone to
Pablo Beach, where they will remain
for several weeks.
Mr. Sam W. Petteway of Dunnellon
and Mr. W. R. Petteway of Jackson-
ville, C., were guests of the Ocala
House last night.
Mr. Waldo W. Martin, who has been
at Hot Springs for the past few weeks,
taking advantage of the baths and
rests at that famous health resort, has
returned home.
Mr. P. M. Harp, the Eurekal turpen.
tine operator. Is at the Ocala House.
Mr. Harp could not go home yesterday
for the rain.
Messrs. W. M. Dale and K Ludwig,
of the Dutton Phosphate Co, were at
the Ocala House yesterday, and Iit-
Messrs. R. H. Paul and J. J. Paul, of
Watertown. and S. A. Raws of the S.
A. Rawls Co., JaeksonvIlle, are guests
of the Ocala House.
The family of Mr. Willit and Mr. C.
O. Pox, who have been aIn Georgia for
the past few wefer ha t.

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If you are I can help you. ;.0

off the chains of
"*" a l> *he m^

and become a free man, a home owner 1 a- MI
small, medium priced and large that I cn amnas aMN i
as cheap on most liberal terms, a .man amN1sautMs
each month than you would pay ont. Wan% stM5

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J. D. McDuffy wishes us to state
that he has remodeled his stable and
converted the carriage portion here-
tofore not used for horses into stalls
and Is now ready to res me bulas
with the general public. His street
hacks and a few livery horses are at
Modern cottages, el nvenises
well located and new. Apply to Jos-
eph Bll. at court house.
* One rubber tired buggy and harness,
both good as new. Will sel at a bar-
gain If taken at once. Apply to L B.L
McKenzile. the electrician.
Elegant turnishe rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
There is no better stock of Ife
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come in and look It over It
you want something really nice. Try
dingm & Co
FOR RENT-My residence recently
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd. No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
Hood. 7-ltt
The pride of the Court Pharmacy Is
Its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are used, which are select.
ed by men of experience.

Belle leade Sweets

Sqr, Fndril ChMe*e
"MTiS Air

For rent an eigtt-room residence
well located on South Third street.
Appl) to V. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph,
at the Montesuma hotel.

Offers Its services Ia superior work-
manship In the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced Its specialty of painting an-
tomobiles. A sample of our work can
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auio. Give us & calL
The Ocala News Co. are agents for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
fan fit you. Give us a trial,
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fne stock. Pertumea, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydiags &
FOR RENT-Two furnishqeI rooms
for light housekeeping on first floor;
all conveniences. Also one nicely tfur.
nished bedroom on second floor, one-
half block from A. C. I depot. Apply
24 Oklawaha avenue.
LOST-A Phi Kappa igma frater-
nity pin, somewhere between A. C. L.
freight depot and Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store. Return to Star office and re-
ceive reward.
FOR RENT-Five-room house nea
pumping station. Apply to H. C.
Jones, Ocala BottUnk Works. Ocala.
Fla. *-25-tf

ow cl on" 9 -
A2 AM, =

Mr. Rolert TayIor, commereial agent
for the Coast Line railway, has been WEATHER FORECAST
staying at the Ocala office for a few
days. Washington, July 11.-Local showers
tonight or Wednesday.
Mr. Wing, of Boston, Mass, a son
of the manufacturer Wing who makes Mrs. Violet Powers has sold her
the Wing-Whorton mailing machine, Maxwell runabout to Dr. 'Harris, 6C
and who has been In Ocala for the past Floral City. a brother of Mr. Walter
six months at the home of Mr. I. A. Harris, formerly of Ocala.
Polly, left today for Boston, but will
return early In the tall. Mr. Wing The prescriputon department Is the
made a great many friends while here. mala stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
He was accompanied by Mr. Wilbur reliability, promptness and pure drugs
Smith, who will spend two or three have made this department of ouar
months In the east before returning business one of the largest in the
home. ,. country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydlngs .": Co.
Col. Fielder Lan&, of Miami, who has
a magnificent orange grove and coun. R. C. Davi & Co., of Jacksonville,
try home two miles up the Miami rtv. will sell any wake of second-hand
er. Is In the city for a few weeks visit- typewriter upon easy terms It desired.
Ing his son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Lang on Lake Weir Mr. and Mrs. Claude Deveneau have
avenue. removed to Galnesville, Mr. Deven-
eau's former home. Mrs. Deveneau went
Mr. P. Thagard, who was with the up today, and her brother, Clarence
Jeasap & Barnes COL. Is now the smil- Wade, will go up tomorrow.
Ing and popular manager of the Park
Hotel, Jacksonville. We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china In many ditf-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Bullock ferent pieces. The Anti-MOiopoly
left Sunday for Macon, GaI where Drugstore.
Mrs. Bullock will meet her father,
Major Wright, and Mr. Bullock will Elks meet this evening.
proceed to Rome, Ga., on Important -
John Luffmfan a prominent merch-
ant of Sparr and son. Roy. spent Sun-
day In Ocala. Mr. Luff lan reported
material conditions around Sparr very
satisfactory. Almost all the truckers
did well.
Messrs. Aultman and Cooner, with
the McKean Lumber Co., at Silver
Springs. spent Sunday in Ocala. Mr.
Cooner has j*st returned from St. Pe-
tersburg. where he was called on the
sad mission of burying his brother, N.
M. Cooner.
Mrs. Tydings, the mother of our C.
R. Tydings, returned to Anthony Sun-
day after a pleasant visit to her son

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N6FLI *M A tody *of te E.oomi.* Phass of the
liquor* P *es .
Almost everybody will admit that
the selling of batoxlcants is a bad
am"" wa in a" nothing morally, and that the drinking
f iy wvc y 4cf R*d of Inttxicants Is a bad thing physi-
Scally. and that both are bad things
--OIL Ctfld W t politically. But they say that there
SIs money in It. and bee the selling
t Wy Ow of liquors is a good thing for the
o I am community because of the income
f from the traffic supports the public
_. schools and gives the needed finances
for municipal improvements. They say
that, if it is an evil. It is a necessary
evil, and being such, let us get all the
SmoneIN Iy we can out of it
SIt may be aid. fit of all. that If It
Is an evil, it Is not a necessary evil.
s & I E co and if necessary. it is not an eviL But
,y,; /P C .G . let that go. To the money argument
-in ayff im md Wi MIn m ing 5 IMe us address ooreslves. for that 1%
i., thre only argument men will listen to
__ -- -...Hin this commercial age.
It I sfreelv granted that one of the
easiest ways to become wealthy is to
M G M "ND"PA-". W O open up a brewery, or a distillery, or
a wholesale whisky house. It gives
fo cementpalatial homes to the distiller, fat
We aM.ep reUd to ill your orders for cement bank accounts to the dealers, but li.s-
il ., WLADU.& 4 ease and poverty to the man who
W I' W *drinks it, and wretchedness and suf-
SK Cement brick, building blocks, firing to his wife and children.
^ a '^-.d oeobtaon blocks, Dnd all kinds of pay- Itis frely granted aTso that the
2"-i8 W We- employ kied workmen and nation and the various states and
S r We ploy killed workmen and municipalities receive much money
from the liquor business, and this
po ^ s. 2w. must he counted in order to be fair. I
9| ^ *q, phOui6 258. regret that I have no later figures
G than for the year 1890. but these wilIm
MD R do for all practical purposes. They
"- _are bigger now than then, but their
4 .relative importance is the same. For
the year 1890. the internal revenues
amounted to $107,.95.910. The cus-
toms receipts were $618,081. The
SOF state and local r-venues were $24.-
786.496. These added together make
a total of all receipts from the sale
of liquor for the year 1890, $141.000.-
487. That is a snug sum for the com-
munity to realize, and should not be,
Mn ft "e .. I lightly thrown away. It represents
the amounts that the nation and all
the states and all the municipalities
receive from the sale of intoxicants
in the year referred to. Of course the
figures are much larger now.
4 $23 8 C. Corn Whisky | Now what does liquor cost? What
S. oes t receive from the people In or-
der to be willing to pay such enor-
mous sums into the coffers of the va-
S'- -rious communities kof the land?
& ,.ogW U, RN I I O m The world's drink bill for the year
FA m I*m is ,, Oda 1 was In the neighborhood of four
. W .W Wr KiU S billions of dollars., of which the United
States paid one billion ($1.000.000.-
000). It amounts to half as much
again now, but as we are basing our
S PR IN AIN B calculations on the figures for 1890 let
the amount go at the sum given. The
drink bill of the country equals one
thousand million dollars!
But that is not all. We must charge
This Straight North Carolina Corn up to liquor its proportion of the cost
A Whisky not to be a blend-not a for crimes committed by individuals
-compound; not n Imitation but just who are under the influence of intox-
: pare corn whisky of full strength. icating liquor at the time the crimes
are committed. Mr. Eugene Smith.* a
lawyer of New York. who. has given
the subject of crime statistics in this
S* 3d m trom he largeV t dstillery in Florida country most careful study, says that
the entire cost of crime each year to
the people of the United States is
$600.000.000. How much of that must
L;a C lesa aid in the Thursday's Georgian
.i that fuly three-fourths of the .crimes
of Atlanta are committed by men and
S. c, tl. women under the influence of liquor.
In this he is in accord with leading
W tftB WOf Pr0 L S NO. 2 Judges everywhere, though some
wrt r rwce would put the proportion a little
higher. Police Justice Glennon, of
*-_ _" _" Chicago, declared at a meeting of the
-Chicago Citizens' League, "I know
':.,-' whereof. I speak when I say that
",. three-fourths of the crime committed
In Chicago Is due to the sale of li-
quor to minors and habitual drunk-
cating liquors, then, as the proportion.
'.of the cost of crime that may be
*.{/ 'ir -" i I g t of charged against against the trade,
F-'- .". /' M n / Mid b P wthree-fourth of $60s0.000,000. or the
* enormous sum of $450,000,000.
But that is not all. We must
'/'" .J charge against it the non-productiv-
Ity of men who are rendered incapa-
ble of active work as a result of
drunkenness. The prosperity of a
m Tm. --. MW.IPS 3~lht, --I u bas beeR community depends upon the ability
'" /,s e thi ui.n tte u s e of the masses of the people to produce
-ai beemigniudg u' d his p wealth and buy the necessities of life.
He IMiaft If people cannot buy, they will murder
and steal. Anything that hurts the
g^\ ABs W ^WiA I ltOi -dSedvoyoullthitae. power of the common people to live
"'- iU '_O ittin-S- 'i eJfagtIgood" are but easily and buy steadily Is injurious to

Sttri Wih s adaag the health ' the prosperity of the country. This
-Ina.. mod...m ai Rwhisky does. Employers do not want
drunkards. Factories will not emoloy
them. Property is not safe in their
hands. They are not prompt and re-
liable. They do not work. Employ.-
ers everywhere are not recognizing
l OW M M OD Pmre the harmful effects of liquor upon
g.q _o Diu Wrk a "s" s fIt i Plmslat It laboring men. and all such men soon-
S_ e Mar' 8 er or later reach a condition where
o Isanlitd 'iOM B they become non-productive. They
g t- I become Idlers, to be supported. This
.i JIMlf IAt Uree Pl)arr =-ad Wliud we must charge up to the entire sum
I;'"- a t Y tBie, *rS Cmlstipstion of the cost of intoxicating liquors to
do am M It -I t Feed, Lrgla t the the community at large.
' MThere are other items we could add,
Bt"D w gh beMath id d pa s h if we would. There are a n America a
U.-i **' --ST Ni W'- l e Jhalf million paupers, made so directly
*.- or indirectly by drink. They are a
C tASToR- IA ALWAYS SO R ALWAThere are also the idiot and the in-
sane children of drinking parents.
made so as the hereditary result of
drink. They ought to be charged
against whisky, for they must be
supported by the community at large.
But we will let all this go. We will
only charge the non-productivity of
drunkards alone. Nor will we charge
all of them.
There are in America today about a
Y l A A la s O h half million habitual drunkards, and
all of them are more or less non-pro-
B...a .. -. -- ^ ^ductlve. But we will not consider a.l
SUm For Ovr 30 Years "f them. Of the half milllor one
---- hundred thousand die in the United
States every year. and these die pre-
maturely, and certainly ought to be


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No. 6 Ft. King Ave., East. Phone, 144
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year as the result of drink, and we
have the enormous sum of $1,000,-
o0,00o as the economic loes to Amer-
ica through the non-productivity of
one hundred thousand drunkards who
die annually. This is equal to an an-
nual loss of five Chicago fires. We
might, of course, add to this the eco-
nomic loss represented by those who
are in our Jails, hospitals and asylums.
as the result of drin, estimated at
many millions more.-but we do not
want to make the amount too large.
for we are already mounting into
figures too large for us to comprehend.
Adding together the three amounts
which are Justly chargeable to the
drink traffic, and we have the enor-
mous total of $2,450,000,000, from
which the community at large derives
an Income of $141,000,000. Is that not
frenzied finance with a vengeance?


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Tennessee and Kentucky Shipping Via
Pensacola to Liverpool
Pensacola. Fla., July 13.-Four solid
trainloads of 115 cars of tobacco reach-
here yesterday over the Louisville and
Nashville railroad from the tobacco
fields of Tennessee and Kentucky for
export to Liverpool. The ears contain
an average of fifteen hogsheads of to-
bacco. each weighing 1,000 pounds. or
a total of approximately 1,725,000
pounds, and will form an almost-com-
plete cargo.

Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief In Foley's Honey and Tar
as it cures stubbon coughs after other
treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles,
Reasnor, Iowa, writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley's Honey and
Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and
pain in my lungs and they are now as
sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug-

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Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
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Hot RumUnI Water at All Times
VtINCEr C. UiDarKKaCH, Manager

I receive daily lsnpments of chol.
fresh and salt water fish of th, best
varieties. I handle nothing but fish
and handle them right.

P'esm 210, City Market.

Careful estimates maae on all
contract work. rnes more and bet-
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means that man ana wIfe have lived
to a good old age and consequently
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your liver
does its duty 365 days out of 36S. The
only way to do this is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbine in the house and take -
it whenever your liver gets Inactive.
50 cents per bottle. Sold by alln drug-
Those wishing extra early break- i
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
esly as 4:30 if they desire.
$9.70 Savannah, Ga, July 26th. Limit
to leave Savannah July 29th.
$1525 Mobil, Ala, July 3lst, August
1st and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th, ex-
tension to August 28th.
U83J0-410U"-Los Angeles and Ban
Francisco. on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
$9S40-Seattle, Washington. Variable *
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$18.70-Monteagle and Bewannee,
Tenn., July 1, 10, 17. 22. 24. 30. Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
5. Stopovers allowed. .
For further information call on or
write P. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. FIa.
via ae
MHA3skFasa-s AI alMB&
$18.25-Knoxville, Teen., and return.
S. S., June 26, 21. 22, 26, 27. July 3,
10, 11, 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept 30. Stopovers.
$12.40-Athena, Ga, and return. U. of
G.. June 26. 27, 28, July 2. 5, 10, 17.
Limit 15 days. Stopovers.
$1L70-Monteegle and Sowatnes Toe&,
and return. W. &K M ., July 1.
10, 17. 23, 24, 30, August 14., 14. LI.t
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The CatoBe Total ASMOinS ee
ion of Minos. at Its n issm es Ca -
so an Sunday. me J a teo d a r
res of resolutions so 1d- I.
other tone as to be ahmndsWi- t
coming frm a c tt Ia
ually conservative im T-o
resolutions were read y the IM
Father Crimmn oft St. Davaft
church, and theirfsicnncnt 1a MNsW
are as teilos:
"Resolved that we agala desaw
with all the force and power at r
command the shameful d dI md1g
practices of thoe Catlhoe sundeti
which permit under their auainsyl
Saturday night dances and eaoy
picinds at which Intaxoentu aMUna
are sold. and. as CatBelmsM wo h
the honor of our holy chureb at hebrt,
we call upon those societies,- we4
as upon our church authorities, It
prevent in the future such dhgmame-
ful practices, so prolific of scandal ad
fraught with so muck danger to the
youth and manhood of uor church
and nation, and.
"Whereas. The church, through the
last plenary council of Baltimore held
twenty-five years ago, decree that
the liquor traffic was 4 dangerous aad
unbecoming business and called upon
those engaged in it to get out of It
and seek a more honorable mesa of
livelihood: and,
"Whereas. The supreme court of the
United States has decided that "there
is no Inherent right In a cfties to
sel Intoxicating liquors by retail; It
is not a privilege of a citien of the
state or of a citizen of the United
"Therefore, As the saloon has no
moral or legal right to exist, we call
upon all good Catholiee to work and
vote for Its extinction wherever It Is
,possible to do so. depending upo the
fact that if the e limnation of the a-
loon increased the co-mp*_ier eof tIn-
toxicating liquor the ,nmosrftetunrs
of liquor would welcome Its eAlIna-
tion: but the way brewers and di-
tillers fight for the retention of the
saloon indicates plainly that Its pres
ence means more business for. them
and consequently more drunk-e
and evils that follow drunkenness,
"Resolved. That we condemn the sa-
loon trade for its open and shameless
violation of Sunday laws prohibiting
the sale of liquor on the Lord's day.
We regard the open Sunday. as now
observed, as seriously menacing the
continuance of our free lastitutions.
We further hold the open salo on
Sunday to be responsible for the
weakening of the religious spirit
among our citizens, which fact aloe.,
if none other can be advanced against
It, should be sufficient to condemn IL
"Resolved, That in order to inastil
early Into the minds of our children
the benefits that accrue to those who
voluntarily assume the pledge of total
abstinence, we recommend to these In
charge of our parochial schools that
instruction of a practical character on
the evils attendant upon the use of
strong drink form part of their school
The Rev. Fr. P. J. O'CaJMlghs of
St.L Mary's church, was re-elected
president of the state union. Father
O'Callaghan is well known as one of
the most pronounced temperance lead-
ers of the church. It is understood
that Archbishop Quigley Is giving his
hearty support to the organization in
its most advanced efforts.-Natonal

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other compas re given as inismsade .t m',lguI
Pulman Drawig B Upig CRo btwe T he es
om trains Ne 84 and Sl. DIamig Car service.
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