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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03218
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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tmIu for mpplwlng larg and small
erem will mply attest. Whether
M want a lead pencil or a huge led-
8r,. note book or a letter press, Itf
worth your while to come in, look
arns, and colpm prices.
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Washigston, July 14-Increased
prices as a result ato the upward revis-
ios of the tariff an already here. New
York Jobbers are notifying country
merchats of Increases In woman's
wearing apparel in particular. Wom-
en's gloves, for lastance, now selling
at $1 per pair retail, are to be boosted
at emee to $1.50.
A Weshhgte-m newspaper has been
making an effort to lear from busi-
ness men in Wasbngten. Baltimore,
New York and Bostoe what they ex-
pect as to the effect of the new tariff
on prices. In a long list of reputable
1merehants that were interviewed, not
one mentioned anything that wil be
cheaper as a result of the revision.
The consensus of opinion among
the business men interviewed was that
woolen goods will Jump to 20 per cent
higher If the Aldrieb bll is signed by
the president Shoes will go up In
price from 10 to 20 per cent. The
prices of such fruits as lemons and
pineapples will go so high, In the opin-
ion of the fruit wholesalers, as to
greatly lessen the demand for them.
But upon the non-voting women of
the country, according to the mer-
chants interviewed, will fall the heav-.
lest penalties In the way of Increased
prices. Laces, embroideries, hosldry,
soaps, toilet waters, perfumes, and the
like are to advance.
"Prom the notifications I receive
from importers and wholesalers," said
one dealer, "there is going to be a gen-
eral advance In nearly all articles of
cheap and moderate priced wearing-
apaparel for women. The woman In
moderate clrcumsthnces win be taxed
heaviest, as I understand It."
A HORRIBLE HOLD-UP
"About ten years ago my brother
was 'held-up' In his work. health and
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless co sb.ptloa," writes W. -
etalomb, of Washngtoa, N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedie a d treat-
met fom severalecers, but fad
no help till he used Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly eured by
six bottles. He h a ei mat today."
It's quick to relles and the surest
cure for weak or sore hungs, hemorr-
hages, eouhs and net. eebr ns In
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
fections. Se and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guernotmed by all druggists.

CHORUS GIRLS JCIDNAPED
Inveigled to Panama by Premise of
High Wage s md L-red to
Red" Lg Rt Nesots
New York, July 14.-Special agents
of the department of Justice boarded
the steamship Orinoco of the Royal
Mail Steam Packet eomapany's Une yes-
terday afternoon In a search for young
Alneriean actresses who. Js declared,
are being Inveigled to go to Panama
during the dun theatrical season by
promises of vaudeville ehgageaents
and then find themselves In lob res-
orts. The agents are anxious to land
the procurers who are shipping these
girls to the Zone.
The action of the department Is bas-
ed on complaints which recently have
been received from Judge Brown of
the canal sone appealing to the gov-,
eminment at Washington and also to
the police of New York to put a stowt
to the practice. Neither any victims
nor any of the men who are shipping
them were met with in yesterday's
search. It is said that the Inducement
offered the women, most of whom
are of the- show girl variety, is $25 a
week salary and transportation both
ways.
Capt. Cheret of the Ortnoco said
yesterday that on May 1 three young
stage women sailed from New York
on his ship to take such an egage-
ment, and that It was not until the
ship bad left Kingston. Jamaica, on its
way to Colo.n, that the young women
happened to leara from a passenger
that the theater In Panama City In
which they were supposed to appear,
was not a reepectable place. The three
then appealed to Capt. Cheret and ask.
ed him what they must do.
They had no momey, having depend-
ed entirely on the premises of the


"agent" who had engaged them. Capt.
Cheret told them that if they wanted
to return to New York he would uee
that they gnt there.
At Colon the captain took the three
to the Salvation Army -edu-arters
and put them in the barracks Ina charge
of a chaperon, where they waited until
the steamship Tagus of the Royal Mad
Steam Packet company came along
from Cartagena, Colombla, and they
returned to New York oN thi 'stip.
A CONTENTED WOMAN
Is always found In the same mouse
with Ballard's anow Ianiment. It
keeps every member of the family tree
from ahes and pain. it heals cuts
burns and sem am eumstY rmm--
ttsm, neuralgia, lumbago and anll mus-
cular soreness and stiffmesm. Se, se
and'S1 a bottle. At an druggists.
TROUBLE IN TEHERAN
Persian Revolueists Drive Ce ks
Beak en the Frerg iLegaem
Teheran, Persia, July 14.-Five thou-
sand nationalists entered the city yes-
terday morning. The Cssmarem seised


THE HEALTH OF YOUR HORSE
will be best promoted-best preserved
-If you are ready to give the proper
remedy at the proper time. The pro-
per remedy for all strains, sprains, or
coMe is Perry Davis' Painkiller. The
proper time to use It is when the
trouble first shows itself. Be prompt
and vo'll not only save the horse
suerarg, but you'll spare yourself
trouble and expense--maybe save a
loeg time waiting. You ought to
have a bottle ready. Tle new size
bottle costs 35 cents; one larger, 50
emuts. Be sure your druggist gives
*you Perry Davis'. 4
.BULLDOZING THE BOYS
ChMoea Sufragettee Take Unfair Ad-
vantage of C.upid
Chicago, July 14.-Cupid, the mis-
ehievous uniter of hearts and maker of
matches, has been pressed into the
service of the suffragettes and, hence-
forth shall be condemned, at least in
Chicago, to play the part of a hold-up
ma. At a well attended meeting of
the Political aquallty Union of this
city the first direct step in this matter
was taken and hundreds of more or
less good looking girls of marriageable
age signed the following ominous
pledge:
"We, the undersigned, believing as
we do, that in the matter of intelli-
gence women are equally endowed
with men, hereby pledge ourselves not
to marry any man who is not a be-
llever in and an active worker for the
cause of equal suffrange for men and
women."
iF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
IL W. Hall, 292 Olive Street, St.
Louis, Mo.
HALF HOLIDAY
FOR BANK CLERKS
Editor Star: Beginning with Thurs-
day, July 15th, and thereafter on each
Thursday until about Sept 1st, the
banks of the city will close for busi-
ess at 1 p. m., following the custom
sow prevailing amongst the mer-
ehants.
.The Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.


TOUR APPEARANCE
Will not suer If you have to weal

They are improving to most peo-
ple's looks when fitted by one who
umlerstands how.
Your eyesight Is too precious to
aegleet. You owe them all the at-
tentlon and eare that they may need.
ey Get Careful Attention Hem
DR. D. M. BONEY.
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Oflee hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
1:50 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
atd laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary


GOOD NEWS
Moy Oceala Readers Have Heard It
sad Prelted Thereby
"Good news travels fast," and the
thousands of bad back sufferers in
Oeats are glad to learn that prompt re-
lief is within their reach. Many a
lame, weak and aching back sla bad no
mee thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
People from every state In the Union
are telling the good news of their ex-
perience with the Old Quaker Rem-
dy. Here is an example worth read-
1Irs. K. M. Edwards, living on Call
St., tarke, la., says: "I never used
a remedy that proved of such great
beaest to me as Doan's Kidney Pills.
I suffered constantly from backache,
and dull pains through my loins.
Bame days my back troubled me so
sevreli Othat I could scarcely get
amn. I was unable to rest well at
nlght, and In the morning my back
was so lame and stiff that It was
dineeult for me to put on my cloth-
ing. My kiOneys were also weak and
greatly added to my misery. I finally
learned of Doan's Kidney Pills, and
poemured them. I had only used three
bexes when I was cured and I am
now feeling a great deal better than
before in years. I give Doan's Kid-
ney Pills entire credit for b'e change
in my condition."
Plenty more roof like this from
Ocala peooie. Call at Tydlngs & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
Mnm report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
emats. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo.
New Lork, bole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's---and
take no other.
AloW RATi
8&ufMktUi AJU aNl
$M5--Knoxville, Tenn., and return.
IL 8., June 20, 21. 22, 26, 27, July 3,
. 10, 11, 2L Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept 30. Stopovers.
1-2AS-Athena, a., and return. U. of
G., June 26, 27. 28. July 3, 5, 10, 17.


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A Gang of Bad Negroesa Csidsraly
Thinned by a Fort Worth
Policeman
Fort Worth, Tex., July 14.-Attack-
ed by four negroes last night, Sid
Waller, former police sergeant, killed
two of the men and fatally wounded
the third. The other negro ran away
when he saw his companions falL
Waller was wounded in the flight,
but his wounds are of such a nature
that he is not In .danger of death.
Waller was in the negro section of
the city looting up negro dives with
the intention of arresting somee gam-
blers. The four men set upon him
with pistols and knives, but the offi-
cer was too quick for them. He
brought his gun into play so quickly
that the men went down In one, two
three order.
A few months ago Waller's brother.
who was also a police officer, was shot
to death in this same section of the
town where the attack was made last
nighL He was attempting to arrest
some negro gamblers and a crowd of
them set upon him. Bid Waller has.
since that time, devoted his entire ef-
forts to running down his brother's
murderers and trying to stamp out the
evil element in the negro district. He
has been a marked man.

OI Wsv To V1mm,
0o womune as are Ast eroleusly -
a Ual bt who hav 0ucMag dmu
either n the way of( um-
caes In social duths and fuase
y tax their strength,
as moshmg. Dr.nPlum's
Favort" has ved a mu
valuable Uagtosle ta"bv nt


l' gl TbeMVMtWitePnocrip>
* uSprorve asreasbmetoexpecatat
mother by preparing the system for the
eoaing of baby, thereby aderg chid-
birth safe, easy, and almot painlem.
Bear t minld, please that Dr. Pleree's
FSorite Prescripton is not -a secret or
pateat diine, aplt which the mea
latelligent people ar quite naturally
averse, because of the unDertainty as to
Mthr co-pouitl" ansd harmloscaradmr,
but is a MDXIaCm oFr KmNOW Couon-
nox, a full list of all Its tigdlents bseil
printed, In plain English, am every boutl
wrap An examination of this Ist of
Ingredients will dielose the fact that It is
on-elicoholle In Its eompoition, chemic-
ally pure, trilo-refd plycerlne takiM
the place of commonly used c
ln Itb mae-up. In this eonectio I
may not be out of place to tateo th t the
gFivorit Precripton of Dr. P lmB t
the only medllne put =p 1r do ew e
womas Isar 1a nd 1i
nenWt and sold through drnis|tll an
the Inaedients of which have the un-
salmous endorsement of al the leading
medical writers ad teaches of all tihe
several choob of practice, ad that too
as remedies for the ailments for which
*Fatvorte Prescription" Is reconmu ded.
A little book of three eadosemmets will
be sent to any address, postpaid, and
absolutely e. If you request musby
powd ear or leUrof Dr. ILV. PlerIb
Dr. %er's'PeeamB Pdfte c e eow
supata.. C OWt mom In the eand oI
many elsses C the came Mad you
6m1 the is eas6Now t takUmas eeamip


CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. D.
0ao6oPATHIC PHYMSCIAN AND
SURGEON
Omce-Second Floor The Munroe &
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala
Florida.
relephonee-OIce, 222; Resldenoe.
221.
Off0Se Hours-9 to 12 a m.: 2 to 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. a.


F. E. McCLANE

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General Practice Calls Made PresAptly
Night or Day

Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
means of Women and Children
Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building&
Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 33;
residencee, No. 333.
OCALA, FLORIDA



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PRACTICAL BRICK MAAON
Red and Fire Brick Work


MARTEL


The usual hustling btng busl-
ness activity of the Martel Lumber
company and its enterprising citiseas
continues. A number of the Martel
people are spending the summer la
Georgia. South Carolina and Virginia.
among friends and at celebrated
health resorts.
Mrs. J. B. Warren and children left
for Georgia the past week. where they
will remain until September, and upon
their return to Martel, her daughter,
Miss Pearl Warren. will enter South-
ern College at Butherland.
Mrs. L. A. Tucker returned from a
visit to South Georgia recently, where
she spent a pleasant time with rela-
tives.
Miss Claire Bryan of Terrell, in
passing through Martel on her way to
Palatka. made a short call upon
friends here Sunday.
Mrs. H. W. Long returned Monday
from a two week's delightful visit
with relatives and friends In Jackson-
ville and Quincy. She reports crops
good In Gadsden county, and the far-
mers working day and night In hous-
tag their tobacco, and in keeping up
fires in the barns to keep the tobacco
from moulding.
Capt. Williams has had two com-
modious cottages erected on his farm
recently purchased from H. W. Long,
and will have a suitable barn and sta-
bles built at an early day
The Martel chapel is being painted
nicely, which adds very much to its
beauty.?
The W. C. T. U. of Martel hold reg-
ular monthly meetings, which under
the efficient supervision of Its presi-
dent. Mrs. P. A. Ausley is made attrac-
tive and interesting and new members
Join at every meeting.
Misses Vera and Wilma Veal of
Jacksonville, are visiting their grand-
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Veal of MarteL
Mr. J. A. Robbins and family of Mi-
ami, are visiting their brother. A. W.
Woodward and family at Cotton Plant.
They have proven quite an acquisition
to the Sunday school and church In
singing duets that would be a credit
to any city.
An Important visitor made its ap-
pearance among us over two weeks
ago, which soon assumed the form of
an old-time rainy season, which bms
filled the ponds, thereby affording an
abundance of water for stock. Fodder
pulling and farm operations are now
practically suspended by continuous
cloudy weather and excessive rains,
with Indication of a continuance for
days to come.
In the death of William McAteer and
A. L. Elehelberger there is made two
links less of the few remaining links
of the active citizenship of Marion
county during the cities. The few re-
maining old-timers of those happy
years, who are now lingering on the
shores of time, In retrospeeting the
past and contemplating the future.
can with the old-time past exclaim:
"The busy tribes of flesh and blood,
With all their tolls and cares,
Are bowed downward by the flood,
And lost in following years."
The sympathies of our people go out
to the bereaved ones of these good
men, each of whom spent long and
useful lives among us.
NOTICE TO MILK CUSTOMERS
We are having the same old trouble,
only more of It, about getting our
tickets and bottles. Tour attention is
called to the little preface in the In-
side of the cover of the milk ticket
books. This rule will be strictly en-
forced in future. We have six gross
of battles out somewhere in Oeala, in
a little over a year's business. With
each bottle is a ticket that belongs
to us for we never got It. This is no
small item. Gather up all bottles, put
a ticket in each of them yon find
about the place, for you are due us as
many tickets as you have bottles, put
them out and In future put both a bot-
tle and a ticket out, as the deliverers
have Instructions to leave no milk
where they do not find both a bottle
and a ticket. If the tickets are out
put the bottle out and a note stating
the fact and others will be left. This
note is not intended to apply to those
who have put out the bottles and tick-
ets regularly, as many of you do. but
to the others it means business and
will be enforced.
Respectfully,
THE HIAWATHA LAKE DAIRT.
H. H. Whitworth. Proprietor.
PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS
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, Hver 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-
Uton creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin. pale, weak children
or run-down people it has no equal.
Best for female complaints. Only S0e
at all druggists.
PICNIC AT CARTER'S POND


The annual picnic will be given at
Carter's Pond July 23rd. and the pub-
Its is cordially Invited to attend and
bring well filled baskets.
If you have pains in the back, weak
back, or any other indications of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder, you should get
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
right away when you experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder com-


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information address G. C. ROGAN, Manaser. (Pnra ly am Ua-r k .at'
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At WMt atea y eout of the people
Oe VIeM were either borm In Geor-
sh R f te UM n dresm ot Georlanms
the allowing tribute to that state
Is atno .Int erest to this:
The ~sW tw esnducter made the
M d aMM temint that OGeora tis
the hbet state th Se Union. Mys the
New k T2me:
re"A yea a Ge oria"r asked the 'In-
S"Nei" Mad bM T "m not, but the fn-
ff TIMT tiaw^M ~of mie babws -g
Sthey ean 'tl; ^ywf thmy e lpvenu
K at the A*er 'wten tey ttto a car
that he met adopted the pay-a-you-
Gme lar y MaN d pay their gares, and
0 M e me the trouble of pushing my
W* a thmah the crowd tp Collect it. if
that bet consideration. I'd like to
tew what It is. I nearly tumbled 6ver
r the mt time the trick was played on
S s, ad I haven't got used to It yet.
\ Of emer, Utme *sheghtht.i 9pte 'are.
Sew, a0 4I' w pualed tar & good
while to And out where they came
*l m. I knew they eoalda't be native
Now Terker ad I was anxious to
pl aee them. Fnaly I asked one of the
Spay-at-the-door men where he balled
S-Oeora, sidb he.
e for Geora.' I said. 1 won-
| Ift thw are many more people
Se are,' id he. Just
kep oeand you'll se
me *tim 5
S o se t eui( -
the d-r I ptt fi qaest~e t'i m

eT bet a o jaid he. 'How'd
r'* then X have made a practice
< of a-8 all those forehanded people
S the of their native state, and ev-
r?, ery to the answer comes, pat 'Geor-
.e n a man ands a set of people
that i. to all that trouble to accom-
Ma Itb i wonder that he"
e ktlr,,,their tate a mighty flne shc-

A HflliALE EXPLAINED


...A na. taddent In our life at
aaMctae with ettybur.
whieb I worth needlan. Batehelder.


whee map of the battlefield of Get-
| y m rg is authority, and whoa we
S had talea In with while we were there.
as-ed to Joain our meem at Brandy when
he came to the army to verify the po-
ationt at the varilom ammands. One
alht we d Just t down to dinner
whi hbe entered our big hospital tent
iA tired. "Well," he announced, "I
hav bees t wtlb the e ecoad Corps
etoay, and I belave I have discover-
.a hew hae made the stand
S mia I *Mt went to -- regiment,
and ad the eoeers mark.on the map
the hbwr of their posilton at a certain
e Tb pat T went to regiment In
the brigade; they declared p -
v: y It was me or two hour earlier
A aev At that given hy the other.
s o It w t e s- two t egtmeent or
V'bUd apm and If I hinted that
S oie Of them s*t ecrtaidy be msab-
ins. it I t-), "We were

aft t tae a da of at lea
01 t04ty ha- Wand of thirteen at
SOm -g Z to ashfy their accounts.

.... a ist aw, the only way under the
.. that he could ever harnmowul

SU-" ea and gite them all a cehance.l"
.-. hA S w- td aa M ever tried to estab-
Bo te ~e nt peim r hour when

S-U ir. slot too orthodox, ac-


mIm the a- hndea i psug aem It is
sne toy budnleg, and will be ele-
I1d- e-and furnished through-
bMaDetta at the college of Ilb-
w Ta has recently -been Issued. It
namm rme-h' Inaterestlgr Information
asd a number of beautiful cuts of the
aLun ity buildings aad of various
seemoson the campus. A copy of this
attractive booklet can be bad by ad-
fteWmlsig Stetaon University, DeLa"d,


EXALTED RULER OF ELKS
J. N. SaOmmM of lows, Given the Ofee.
Next Meetin Will be in Detroit
Lee Angeles, July 14.-Detroit was
selected by a-cctew*tion for the meet-
tag place of the Grand Lodge of Elks
In 1!. St. Lube and Portland. Ore..
practically witbdrew.
J. N .8mmis of Lemars. Iowa. was
eleed gnMd exalted ruler of Elks ov-
er GaiM'Herrimann of Cincinnati.
The vote for grand exalted rrk r was
extremely close. Sammis receiving
92 votes, and Herrlmann 52.
Other ofleers elected; Leading
knight. Warren G. Sayres. Wabash,
lad.; seoetary, Fred C. Robinson. Du-
Ibrque, La.; treasurer, Edwin R. Leach,
Mew York; trustee, Perry A. Clay,
Demer: tyler. Charles L. Dicker. Ro-
midji, Minn.: inner guard. A. M. Tay-
lor. St. Auirustine, Fla.
It the annual report of Grand Ex-
altea Rfler Holland. the establishing
of 4n orphanage for children of de-
easPed skm Is submitted to the grand
l O without recommendation.
W situation of the present Elks'
bhoMe at Bedford, Va., was condemned
by the grand exalted ruler, who sug-
gesWfd that a new home be built in
Io .e other city.
The report condemns the use of
membership In the Elks' order for
pleasure and urges the expulsion of
any member so abusing his member-
ship.

* ,is more catarrn In this see-
ijti e t fe country than all other dis-
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur-
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease and pre-
scribed local remedies, and by con-
stantly falling to cure with local
treatment., pronounced it Incurable.
Science has proved catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatmentf.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is
the ony constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken Internally in
doses rom 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 came
It falls to cure. Send for circulars and
testlmaolals. Address: F. J. CHENEY
& CO. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug-
gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.

FIGHTING FOR BRISTOL
Bristol, Tenn., July 14..-On the
ground that one hundred and twenty-
five of the votes cast in the local op-
tion election held here last week,and
which resulted in victory for the wets
by a majority of thirty-two, were ille-
gal, temperance leaders have decided
to contest the action A committee
was selected wlth power to proceed
and retain council and file a suit at-
tacking the legality of this number of
votes.

BRAINS AND
MODERN MACHINERY

can make better paint than two hands
and a peddle. If you doubt It buy
some Lead and Oil, have your painter
mix it for you. and tell him to Jo is
level best. Compare this pain* with


Davis' 100 per cent
Pure Paint


The more thoroughly you test the
two, the more sure we are that you
will In the future use Davis.
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For -sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.


FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE


I have six fine pointer puppies for
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark.
Ocala, Fla. Stdltw
If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble could realize their
danger they would without loss of
time commence taking Foley's Kidney
Pills. This great remedy stops the
pain and the irr eularltles, strength-
ens and builds up these organs and
there is no danger of Bright's disease
or other serious disorder. Do not dis-
regard the early symptoms. Sold by
all druggists.

COTTAGE AT OKLAWAHA
Cottage at North Lake, Oklawaha,
for rent. Apply to H. C. Jones.
II I I


WaTTs" N uuvuIsrr


INOER ALE, from Belfast. Ireland,
1e5a bottle.
CHAMPAGNE DE POMMIS (EXTRA
DRT) Carbonated Apple Juice,
26e a bottle.
PALMETTO PHOSPHATE, 10c bottle.
HERRING ROE, 10 arm 15c a can.
WHOLE EVAPORATED APPLES
NO. 1 MACKEREL, 25c.
OLIVES, stufed with Celery and Red



0. K. GROCERY
&TME QUALITY STORE."

HARVEY CUM. Freprider.

Two nFes 174

EVELYN, GIRLISH AS EVER,
On the Stand Again to Testify for her
Husbamd
White Plains. N. Y.. July 14-Evelyn
Npxblt Thaw, petulant and school-
girlish, and dressed in the familiar blue
which she affected so much during the
trial of her husband. Harry K. Thaw.
for the murder of Stanford White, was
on the stand more than an hour be-
fore Justice Mills in th- supreme
court yesterday.
She was subpoenaed by the state in
its fight to keep Thaw in the asylum
for the criminal Insane, and although
called by the state in an endeavor to
prove Harry Thaw is irrational, what-
ever Clarke, the deputy attorney gen-
eral, drew from her lips created a fav-
orable impression for her husband.
She will probably go on the stand
again tomorrow.


CASTORIA
3W luhatlsa"ChOU&M


Iears the
Signature (of

SOUTH LAKE WEIR
Mr. John Sigmt.n has gone to At-
lanta, Ga.. to work on a trolley line.
Master Errol Reed has gone to Lit-
tle River, near Miami. for an extended
visit with relatives. His grandfather,
Mr. John Turney, went with him as far
as Palatka and returned.
Master Ray Caruthers of Webster,
is visiting at the home of Mr. C. S.
Gates.
The section foreman of this division,
of the S. A. L. with his gang has been
making some much needed repairs on
the siding at the station.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colbert and
children of Ocala. werc visiting Mrs.
Colbert's sister, Mrs. A. M. Reed.
Mr. C. E. Brown. at present station
agent on the A. C. L. at Webster, came
up to visit his wife on Sunday, return-
ing Monday evening.
Road Superintendent Lucius .is hav-
ing the hard road from Weirsdale to
Lake Weir repaired and report has it.
will make some improvements on *the
road between Soumth Lake Weir and
Welrsdale next. "So mute It be."
Some if the ladies here have recely-..
ed through the malls a very neat. aMt-
vertisemcnt of the Court Pharmacy of
Ocala in the shape of very. pretty wire
soap holders.
The passenger coach on the morning
A. C. L. freight from Leesburg to Ocala
is proving a great convenience to
patrons of the road.

STARVED TO DEATH
Is what could truthfully be said of
many children, who die. They have
worms, poor little things-they don't
know it and you don't realize it. If
your child is cross, fretful, pasty
complexioned and loses weight for
no apparent reason, give it White's
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur-
prised at the results and how quickly
It picks up. Sold by all druggists.
BELIEVE IN MISS GINGLES


She Has Fiiends and Supporters In
a Big Chicago Church
Chicago. July 14.-While the state's
attorney was producing witnesses In
court to impeach the testimony of
Miss Ella Gingles. who is on trial for
stealing lace from her former employ-
er, the defendant was called to the
pulpit in the Garfield Boulevard Pres-
byterian church, by Rev. R. K.eene
Ryan who placed his hands on her
head and said to the rest of tOe au-
dience:
"They are trying to sell her into
white slavery, but we won't let them.
This girl ,is a Presbyterian from
Northern Ireland and she has friends
here. She has told the truth. There
is a heinous plot framed up against
her and many are involved in it. The
Idea of It all is to prove that this grl
stole the lace, so that once convicted.
the valuable evidence she has against
this vile white slave traffic will not
hold water."
A fund was raised for her defense
among the church members.
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 Honet and i
Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and
pain In my lungs and they are iow as
sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug-
gists.
022W.P.rn.l. f. em.&No


SUFFRED wI


THE INCOME TAX
It Remains with the Legislatures of
the States to Decide Whether or
Not It Shall be Adapted
Washington, D. C, July It.-It is
now up to the legislatures of the sev-
eral states to say whether there shall
be an income tax amendment to the
constitution.
By the decisive vote of 317 to 14,
more than the necessary two-thirds,
the House yesterday passed the Sen-
ate joint resolution providing for the
submission of the' question to the
states. The negative votes were all
having been made to the resolution. it
having meen made to the resolution. it
now goes to the president for his sig-
nature.
Practically four hours were consum-
ed in debating the proposition, and
this afforded many members. mostly
on the democratic aide an opportunity
to air their views. Chairman Payne,
of the Committee on Ways and Means.
voiced the sentiment that such a tax
would make a "nation of liars." al-
though he said it was well that such
a power could be given Congress. es-
pecially in times of war.
The burden of the Democratic
speeches was that it was simply a
case of stealing Democratic thunder,
although some of the remarks on that
side incidentally touched upon the tar-
iff and the corporation tax, with no
small amount of castigation of the
Republicans for failing, as was alleged.
to keep party pledges.
"We welcome the conversion of the
Republican party to another Demo-
cratic principle." was the conment of
Mr. Clark. Missouri, the minority lead-
er. An income tax. he maintained.
was a Democratic principle. He con-
cluded by expessing himself in favor
of increasing the amount of exemp-
tion above $5,000. '
Mr. Clayton, of Alabama. said he
would exempt the poor man, who was
least able to bear the burdens of gov-
ernment and would tax the multi-
millionaires.
"I would," he exclaimed amid demo-
cratic applause, "get your Willie Wal-
dorf Astors in the light, who have
mi3ions of incomes and live abroad. I
would get the laird of Shiko or Skeebt
or whatever you call it."
"I scorn," said Mr. James, Ken-
tucky. in favoring the resolution, "a
government whose taxing power pro-
vides that Lazarus shall share his
crumbs, but that Dives must not give
up his riches."
Mr. James quoted from an ante-
election speech by President Taft in
which Mr. Taft favored a graduated
income tax and expressed the view
that perhaps a change In the personnel
of the United States supreme court
might effect a reversal of its former
opinion.

BRAVE FIRE LADDIES.
often receive severe urns putting, out
fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cut.
and bruises It's earth's greatest hraler.
,Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores,
bolls, ulcers, felons; best pile cure
made. Relief is Instant. 25c at all
, ruggists.

R. C. als & Co, of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50 per dozen.
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that Is
necessary is to give the prescribed
dose after each operation of the bow-
els more than natural and then castor
oil to cleanse the system. It Is safe
and sure.
When in need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
Poley's Honey and Tar not only
stops 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.


R. D. FULLER,

DENTAL SURGEON
OfAce Over Mmroe f& Cha--li'
Bank.
OCALA, - F ORIDA
TERMS. CASH.


J. E. CHACE

MENTALL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
ke OVter Cmerdr Se i
Phone 1.
Omce hours: to 12 a. i ; I to
5 p. m.
TURMS. CASH.


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No. 6 Ft. King Ave., East. Phone, 144


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SMOOTHING
IRONS


ON TRIAL


I will place an electrle smoothing
Iron in your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by cari
or phonz. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially In
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of yorr light drops and in a few
minutes t? Iron Is hot. No smoke
or dirt and EIat only where it is
,wanted. H. W. TUC(ER.
SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any Job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. Houses painted inside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing.
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. tt
tIAN BARGAINS
An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elee-
triiety in ten hours steady uMg.
See then at once. H. W. Tucker, f
Electrical supply man.

PIANO TUNING
Ten years experience. Referenes,
any music teacher in Ocab. .aay
music house In Jacksonville. Tbhone
328. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf

WATCH FOR THE RED WAGONS
n The Florida PIcking & Ice Company
now has its delivery wagons on the
streets retailing lee. The company is
also shipping from the plant and
selling to 'the trade In quantities. See
the company's ad. elsewhere In this
Issue. The ice is made from pure
distilled water and is first-class.
DON'T GET A DIVORCE
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
colds, banish headaches, conquer
chills. 2ic at all druggists.

OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. 0. M.
Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30, at
Yonge's Hall. W. Gray, C. of R.

+F.& LIL

Marion-Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets in the
temple on the first and
third Thursday even-
ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the 4th
Friday in every month at 8 p. m
N. L GottUleb, IL H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.


Conventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall.
over Peyser'sstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Haile. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.

OCALA LODGE
NO. 26


SMeets second Tuesday
evening in each month
until October. Visit-
ing brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb, Ezxalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary.


i Tulula Lodge. No. 23
cL O. O. F. meets ev'
Wery Tuesday evening
In Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
ways welcome.
W. C. Blanchard. N. 0.


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Red Men mat tomorrow nlght.
Mas ms meet tomorrow evening.
A few of tese Diamod RdIce Safety
aswrs left at the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. Mary Bogle, the stenographer.
is seriously ill the hospitaL
a
Plank's Cu1l Toile, guaranteed to
ewc el an d fever. 25 ents.
Mr. George Martis is cashier at the
eM Variety Store-"Frak's."
5 or 6 daea will cew any case
of chiUns sa fevr. Price 2Sc.
Mr. George Petteway, of Leroy. is
spe ting a few days in the city.


Edwards meat market will close at
Sp. m. a Thrsdays.
SDr. E. Van Hood V0ited Dunnellon
o professional business yesterday.
i" el 5or doses 64 will cure any case
0t chills and fever. Price, e6.
-There woere 3 arrivals at the Mon-
tesuma yesterday.
SMr. H. D. Wood of Eustis is at the
MI. ARE YOU" A Mutensu-

j ustIn at the Ocala News Co.
E .I SI EMr. W. M. Lowry of Floral City la
Si L at the Montesuma.
Mr. S. S. Harrison of Anthony is at
the Moutesuu's

Plank*s Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever, 25 cents.
Mr. John Nix of Coleman was at the
Moutesuma last night.

ts Three cents will Van you for ten
b hour. Get one of those u-lnb h Wes-
ti agou a fans from H. W. Tucker.
Dr. P. Burgman of McIntosh Is at
the Ocala House.
Take mea of those bathing caps
*' 'Ieroa with you when golng to the lake.
Get them at the c wrt pharmacy.

'^ b Mru. .J. C. Devant of Brooksville is at
the Ocala House.
Another shipment of hard water
soap just In at the Postoffice Drug-
staref
S, Mr. and Mrs. William Vinson of At-
lanta, are guests of the Ocala House.

... r Have you seen the new visible Pay.
i f .' fMoles typewrjter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
6- Capt. J. B. Martin of Oklawaha, Is
If you are I can help you to throw at the Ocala euse.
.is L~ mm of Nyl's Roach Powder kills -em
O & thLe chai Of slavery quick and Is non-polsonous. 25 cents
at the Postofice Drugstore.
ad bee6me a free man, a home owner. I bhav many homes, city and eg-a -y Mis Wlliams of Crystal River. was
aoit m lm Priced and large that I can sell you cheap for cash, or nearly a guest of the Ocala House yesterday.
as cheapa mot liberal terms, a small payment down ad just a little more
esch asmth thaa you would pay In rent, with the addition of % nlaterest. not forget that you can find any
thing you want In crockery and glass-
D TW sIb ware at the Ocala News Co.
F W D I There were 23 arrivals at the Ocala
* *' Boese yesterday.
ix "taZ itd F.re avi OCae Flirntt
a-~--- MNyIal's Roach Powder kills 'em quick
and is non-poonos. 25 cents at the
Postofficee Drugstore.
T CII U CMr. "Ud Carmichael has returned
rom his visit to Cincinnati and other
A I eTEL n northern cities.

IV X V. _O- E YEAR .OUNDI JOHI U tfor sunburn and frecklues at the Court
Is 1g mi C d irI w ldd tit $2f ter Day 1Octi HfePMa rmcy
Mr. W. P. Franklin of Tampa, the
well known hardware salesman, is at
I the Ocala House.
1r. Another shipment of hard water
waster soap just In at the Postotaece

em u inm m m s -a -Have you seen the new bulletin,
LLO W R rKAM swm -wU- R A eteon College of Liberal Arts? See
advertlsement, page seven.

ALL KIND0* OF A new shipment of that famous Al-
L p O ,'PlDine Flax just received at the Court
feefali Mes Greserles, Chickens. Egg, Ste. Predme Seth Pharmacy.S
3sug ma d Sold.. Prysh and Salt Water PFas. The Meet Coe* We have the nicest line of hair
baishee, eombs and other toilet art-
Spleste Phae of its Khid ia the Ceuatry. Roasldsled dal Riglht ese la the city. Tydings Co.
Up1T*outh 2ies Glege R* esagew t in c*niro*rn. ir'lr Claas s Resoe Violet Talcum Is one of the
Meals and Reaslsable Seard to Wea*kly Cartegtrs abest. 26 cents at the Postoftce Drug-

The subject for the prayermeeting
Smap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought at the Methodist church tonight will
be "Patience." The service begins at
and Sold. 3 o'cock.
LOST-A Phi Kappa Sigma frater-
nty pin, somewhere between A. C. L.
; Wuephe oNao. 111 P. 0. Box No. 652 store. Retrn to Star offie and re-"
celve reward.
1 NagmelaOGet DeWitt's Carbollued Witch Ha-
twegf*p**epi essems::;p0s *:oto0o0s1>6ams; eel Salve when. you ask for It. There


imp_ I I I I l,_ are a great many Imitations, but there
S- Is Jst ame original. This salve is good
S* for anything where a salve is needed
S l IlM nto be used. but is especially good for
Se I NU I A ples. ld by all druggists.
IAST-Smith & Wesson .U-callber
*. revolver. ednesday night. Will pay
liberal reward tor its return to M. P.
"y ,"odosom, at Hogan's. 7-34-Ct
I M P A 1 Rev. J. P. HIlburn will preach at
the Methodist church on next Sunday
S morning and evening. Dr. Hilburn
of Meeting of the Florida rouaadin Ocala and
his' friends wil be glad .to see and
bear him again.
cIOR RENT-My residence recently


ad


HOUSES FOR RENT
Modern cottages, anl e avenkcnce
wen located and new. Apply to Joo-
eph Bell, at court houae.
HOUSE FOR RENT
A new seven-room house for rent,
on Daugherty street. Apply to A. G.
Gates.
A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY
attended by the nIgnest priced baby
specialist could not be cured or stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby It you give It
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
hoea, dysentery and all derangements
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
cents and 80 cents. Sold by all drug-
gists. t

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
.70 Savannah, Ga6, July 26th. LImit
to leave Savannah July 29th.
$155 Mebile, Ala, July l1st, August
1st and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th, ex-
tension to August 28th.
,_.-4.AIU.-Los Angeles and San
nFrancisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
15.40-Seattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$18.70--Monteagle and Sewannee,
Tenn, July 1. 10. 17. 2 4. 28. Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
Stopovers allowed.
For further Information call e or
write F. J. Huber. C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A., Tampa. Fla.
Delay In commencing treatment for
a slight Irregularity that could have
been cured quickly by Foley's Kidney
Remedy builds up the worn out tis-
sues and strengthens these organs.
Sold by al druggists.


FEN OLE


GOLDMAN A MALEVER
DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP
The firm of Goldman & Malever.
proprietors of the Globe and the
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Store.
dissolved partnership this morning by
mutual consent and each of the part-
ners is now In business for Bimself.
under his own name.
Mr. Goldman will continue the Globe
and Mr. Malever the Guarantee Cloth-
ing & Shoe Store. These two gentle-
men have been in business together
for 13 years, before coming to Ocala.
having been located in Savannah.
They are both splendid business men.
and will do a better business, each
one being for himself and at liberty to
work out his own ideas.
Mr. Goldman will get larger and
better quarters as soon as a suitable
building can be put up and will show
the people of this country a business
second to none in It. He is liberal
minded. a keen buyer and a judicious
advertiser.
Mr. Malever will also branch out
and increase his business. He has
leased the store next to him. Is hav-
ing a large opening made in the pajr-
tition now separating the two rooms,
and will open in the room a strict-
ly up-to-date tallorig department,
with a cleaning and pressing depart-
ment in connection. Mr. Mustina. a
tailor of many years experience in the
large tailoring establishments of the
country, will have charge of this
branch of the business. Mr. Malever
will make other changes and Improve-
ments in his business and will add to
the stock. He keeps a strictly up-to-
date line of ready-made clothing and
furnishings and now proposes to give
his customers the advantage of a
first-class tailoring department where
they can get their clothes made in
city style on very short notice.
HOUSE FOR RENT

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

THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
Offers Its services an r superior work-
manship In the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
introduced Its specialty of paintingti au-
tomobiles. A sample of our work e-n
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a calL
THE OCATA WAGON WORKS.

MeDUFFY READY FOR BUSINESS
F. D. MeDuffy 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 resume business
with the general public. His street
hacks and a few livery horses are at
work.

FOR SALE
One rubber tired buggy and harness,
both good as new. Will sell at a bar-
gain If taken at once. Apply to L. B
McKenzie, the electrician.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Jones.

There is no better stock of fine
writing papers In the cify than we
carry. Come In and look It over It
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & C&o.
SPECIAL EARL'" BREAKFASTS
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
ea'y as 4:20 If they desire.
SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE
A fine soda fountain for sale; cost
8360; will take $116 cash for It Ap-
ply to 8. A. Moses & Brother, city.
GAS ENGINE BARGAIN
Palrbanks & Morse 2-horsepower
(will develop four) In perfect condition
for sale at bargain. FItting, also for
gasolene. Owner hqs substituted elec-
tric motor. Address P. O. Box 688.
Ocala. -24-


FOR SALE BY


TEAPOT

GROCERY CO.





Humor and


Ar VpvCAe f ItTSIN

PERT PARAGRAPHS.

Mr. Roomevelt-Yeo will ad that a
good pasMdeut is a very exdeat
precedent Mr. Taft.

It is hard to convince a manthat he
i a chump and qulte unnecessary.
-^ A imuleim
A protesmmousi
hero is as tire-
S. onse as a poesm
sBoumal beauty.


Some men
work harder to
avoid work than
they would need
to to earn a iv-
inW


The tie that a dollar looks the big-
geat is after you have earned it by
hard labor and feel that every other
dollar has come to you by the same
ote.M

A woman's pleasure In the spriag-
time that has nothing to do with
hoMeeleening is as rare as it is beauti-
ftL

Women are divorced because they
wish to be free, men because they wish
to mrry d mme one e.

The more we scrutinize our own mo-
trives the more anspkcow we are apt
to become of the motives of others.

The personality of ome people
seem to be merely a byproduct of
thde enekt.


The expert wbo
Experts for pay
Can testify
Meeost any way
The Me that pays
The- sam price
OldMadve.
His mstence" need
Not hamper hla
f them to any
One to trim.
He can see
For those who pay
The tallest a e.
He wi an expert
On the"teaowch
It imot that he
BH es ow s owmuch,
As an outsider
Mot suppose
Sot what b amakes


He can draw
Or in a theory
Piek a flaw
We wants to Clearly
Understand
Which side can show Mbi
Cash lt band.


NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
This Is to Inform you that B. Gold-
man has this day by mutual agreement
withdrawn from the Guarantee Cloth-
ing & Shoe company of this city, J.
Malever remaining the sole owner Of
the business, and assumes all the ha-
bilities.. Respectfully,
B. GOLDMAN.
J. MALEVER.
Ocala, Fla, July 14th, 1940.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
This is to Inform you that on this
day the Arm of Goldman & Malever,
of Ocala. Fla, is by mutual agreement
dissolved, B. Goldman to assume all the
obligations due by the above firm. You
will please take notice and change the
account on your books accordingly.
Respectfully.
B. GOLDM AN.
J. MALEVER. "
Ocala. Fla., July 14th, 19S.

WEATHER FORECAST
Washington, D. C., July 14.-Partly
cloudy tonight with local showers, or
Thursday.
If you have pains In the back, weak
back, or any other indications of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder, you should get
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
right away when you ezptrknc- the
least sign of kidney or bladder com-
plaint, but be sure that you get De-
witt's ,Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
know what they will do for you, and


4


Tomorew is the feast of St. Her1y.
the Roman emperor and cnOlftm.
Services at 7 a. m. Friday, Job
16th. will be the feast of our Lady of
Mount CarmeL Those who have he
enrone& and possess the scapular or
badge of the blessed virgin ar Ivtt-
ed to attend the holy mass at 7 a. m.
Next Sunday a feast of Balt Camle
de Lills conftesor, the services will
be at 10 a. m. and at 6 p. mn.. and for
the future services every Sunday wtl
be at 10 a. m. and 5 p. Ra

VETERINARY TESTING
THE SILVER TIP HORSES
Dr. Mahaty. the state veterinarian
and the United States government
veterinarian have been busy tetnag
the horses In the Silver Tip Lvery
Stable the past two days for giande.IL
The result will not be known uatB
this afternoon late. but the outlook is
very favorable and we hope Mr. Jobh-
son's horses will be found free fm
the disease.

Judge Joseph Bell has bought Mr.
R. K eating's new Fort rusambut
one of the swiftest cars in the city.
The judge is learning to run It, and
has had some "experiences."

It would be difficult to tell which
subject at the Air Dome last night
caused the most pleasure. The beau-
tifuL hand-painted fairy story, When
Lovers WilL" or the pathetic experi-
ences of the poor musician and the
rich man's daughter, united by love
and parted by poverty. There were
three reels and five subjects and not a
piker in the bunch. The subject, **
anese Magic" tonight is a ne one a"d
there are four others to go with It.

Mr. 0. B. Tankersley of Colemau.
who has almost deserted Ocala since
he got married, was in town last night
a guest of the Montesuma.
FOR SALE-4S; auto buggy, 40-
Inch wheel, solid rubber tire, N-herwe-
power, 2-eylinder engine, full leather
top; refitted with new parts. Box 473.
Ocala, FIA. 7--1tdltw

Tour prescriptions, when left at the
Court Pharu.jy, ar copounded
from pure and fresh drugs Phoae u;
we'll all for and deliver' your pre-
scriptions.
Delay in taking Foleys Klaey
Remedy if you have backache, kiday
or bladder trouble, fastens the disease
upon and makes a care more difficult.
Commence taking Foley's Kldane
Remedy today and you will soon be
well. Why risk a serious malay?
Sold by all druggists.
Quite a party of Oeala people expect
to leave Friday morning for Crystal
River, where they will camp aad fih
at Shell Island at the mouth of the
river.
Mrs. J. A. Melver left yesterday for
Irvine, her former home, where she
will stay for a few days and from
there she will go to North Carolin
where she will spend several moathSM
Miss Pant hwo has been visiting her
aunt, Mrs. J. A. Melver for the Past
three weeks went to Jullette yester-
day, where she will visit for a few
days before returning home to Mor-
riston.
Masons meet Thursday anght.


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THE AIR


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and Music


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sells a ts merta. No ana- *
hold should be withaot it. De-
stroy insects and you reduce
disease. Fema does the work.
A trial order will eeavtim
you. Accept no substitute. Ev-
ery can of the genuine, and ev-
ery sprayer bears oar labeL

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tw-b agger during the a e e
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in two irue ala t. Oe's ae eeit
step, is a regular ICS URa &4
some fast work. His tmheows to umv d
were wireless mem sges for a soft
put out.
The mame s eams wi oen bae t t his
afternoon at 4 o'clock. and the asutle
promise us tht we sb have strger
opposition tha yesterday. NWIS
will probably piteh ft Oear m"

ELK MEIKETING
The Oeala lodge N.. M2 B. P.O. .L
held a regular business seelem nlast
night with a woedly attendance. Two
visitlnat Elks were prenet. The true.
tees, by unanimous vote f the leige,
weer nlastructed to buy 35W of the first
mortgage, 20 years four per cent ned
of the new opera house. Mr. Joh
Odom was inaltlited Into the oerer
with ample and Impressive eremealsae
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OCALA LBVRNING SMA .WEDNUODAY. JULY 14k,"MU


BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTBCrTION the Charter Oak school to reduce
the--term to five months, was de-
The Board of Public lnstretto line I.
in and for Marion county met in reg- The request of some patrons to
ular session. All members present operate the school wagon to the Fel-
and agg as roiows: Isaac Stev- I lowship school was declined, but the
andmatter was referred to the trustees
ens, chairman; B. R. Blitch and J.j of the district with authority to as-
S. Grantham. with Superintendent 'I ast in the transportation if they de-
JI H14 ft-son eaa 2 c Wtar sired.


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SI ty levy of 6 1-2 mills for school pur-
SWHel you poses for 1909-10 be made.


TES NAN'S STORE IS Ci


BECAUSE WE DO HIS


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Resources
ICs. dlVul : BFrom 6 1-2 mill levy of
r it for devm j county 1909 ......... .$29,000
miLme e lc s -bem ,1Polls of 1908 ............ 3,000
k im, na B iiri One mill apportionment .... 6.000
0 110 9 LB ~Interest on state funds .... 1.700
Redemption of land.... 1,600
S$41,300
JUB L*pemdituees
Salaries of teachers: whites
6 months and colored 5
OS- months .............. $35.500
Commission of treastrer... 1.000
Salary of superintendent ... 1.500
tuW vIU expenses of school board... 400
Postage ............... . 60
PRINTING Interest........ ......... .. 600
PRINTING Repair and new buildings... 2,600
Furniture ... .... .... . 150
Office help .... ...... .... 204
Miscellaneous .. .. .. .. 250
$42,160
We find it necessary to make the
county levy for school purposes for
1909 and 1910 6 1-2 mills.
The request from the Indian
Mound school for a fence to put oy
the county around the school


Bestarr
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Never SIckm, Weaken or Gripe. lk. Se. Me. XeY
M bulk. Tr euule s a; stamped CCO.
a 10ee to eas" or year moner beck.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y.





FOLEY'S


KIDNEY CURE
nJILL CURE YOU


of any case of Kidney a0
Bladder disease that is no


ICE


Minutes of special meeting held I
Sd at- ad Of t hhe on June 21. 22 and 23 were read I
-- -and approved.
S- -- 9 Mr. W. T. Henderson, supervisor
i 'I < of the Key Pond school. called and
0WB 9101OWU t tffl a WSO reported that the patrons of the
-'A- C a.. .ta.o w school ani those interested had
--- -- agreed upon a school site to which
SW i abo fa l k at o plant. the Key Pond school should be re-
moved, and that in company with
another man. he had inspected the
school building and had estimated
that it would be worth about $60 to
remove and put it up in the new
place.
Action as to the appropriation de-
g ferred temporarily.
-- Mr. H. C. Morrison and Mr. Log-
1. *- 5 gins. of the Mayville district. called
W to protest against the discontinu-
anre of the school wagon to tne
Weirsdale school. In case of the
l D FRI R ND P VIl ,,wagon being discontinued, Mr. Mor-
A O AND PA IN prison suggested that the Weirsdale
school be discontinued and the May-
ville and South Lake Weir schools
We pmre to fill your orders for cement be re-established. Action by the
wrk. of whatever kind. board deferred temporarily.
Manufdarm of cem t bick building blocksMr. S. J.. McCully, one of the trus-
Mm ft of cement burck, .building block, tees of the Pellowship school, called
-IC- --and octagon blocks, ;.nd all kinds of payv to request the board to credit their
SFteriaL We employ skilled workmen ad district with $38.50. claimed to be
We employ kie workmen an due the district by the county board
nr ottO i "tO plase." upon a'contract to paint the house
quarters, phone 256 and ut down a well. Action defer-
S pous256. red for present.
Rev. Brown, of the Mt. Zion col-
SAMES R. MOORH EAD, MGR. ored school., called and asked help
_of the board 4n getting windows and
shingles for repairing their school
house. He was instructed to find
* ,out the cost of the needed repairs
and report to the board at the next
SOF AIG T meeting.
Mr. W. A. Redding and Mr. C. E.
S- C 5Lucius. trustees of Charter Oak
school, called to protest against the
reduction made nl county appropria-
SAll .I i D tion for teacher's salary. They made'
SN --w i. s" a proposition that the school should
run five months and should pay $50
per month. Action deferred by
board.
4 a. riit N. t I Qt8 Straight N. 5 Mr. Robert Ferguson and Mr. E.
M .8C i3 Wever called to protest against the
C. Ckes WMdk Ck. Corn Whisky stopping of the school wagon to the
Fellowship school. Action by board
deferred.
S. W. Williams. colored, super-
MAN $ O =visor of the Wetumpka school, call-
ed to ask for some seats to be fur-
M GM i Cah rew Free W Every Ordr. nished their school. He was inform-
ed that if some seats could be found,
whose use had been discontinued,
they would be furnished.
W. M. Bradley, colored, of the
SP EPAID IN PLAIN BOXES Gum Spring school, called to com-
plain of the condition of the school
house, It being very much dilapidat-
ed. He asked for shingles to cover
This Straight North Carolina Corn the house, and the secretary was in-
a S r Whisky not to be a blend-not a structed to find what No. 1 heart
Wi GUARANT compound; not n imitation but just pine shingles could be gotten for,
pure corn whisky of full strength. and notify Bradley at Lowell.
A petition signed by a number of
people was presented, asking for a
colored school to be established at
the Watula Church. a little more
S O er today from the lrg t distillery in Florida than three miles wet of Ocal on
the hard road beyond Agnew station.
W. C. Rogers, colored, called and
asked for appointments to teach for
SEA T NY C O himself and wife.
S .. .a X & O Messrs. Luffman and Stevens.
trustees of the Sparr school, called
O- .. JaHI FiL to ask for a number of new desks to
r, "B b a Ma, e supplied from county funds. Af-
ter discussing the matter it was
Write For Price List No. 2 agreed to wait until another term
before pressing their claims.
Mr. Crosby, one of the trustees
L ,of the Citra school, called and re-
ported that the primary room orf
their school house should be enlarg-
ed and the building should be re-
covered. The matter was laid over
for action.
Ai ^n offer with a check was receiv-
ed from Bart W. Jenkins. of Uma-
N e ve W or i tilla. for the East Linadale school
house, and the superintendent was
directed to investigate the matter
"--I ( 1-* *and find if it would be advisable to
m W U tid W Ui!? S1 accept that amount.
k U a WOa1 It actspclfi-J Resignation of Mr. Joseph Stana-
maa tonic, buldig land as supervisor of Lake Bryant
the^E-A iin CAP UaI h school, was received and accepted.
M il b. ub 00lU It O0IlDS O namU and Mr. J. A. Reynolds was appoint-
Beh.a pure vegetable extract. If yq ed his successor upon recommenda-
iMII mm f YlO Oi W O Ut le, get mended for teacher, but was ap-
s iM -frr pointed to the Griner Farm school.
Adjourned.

p The board met with all members
present and acting. They took up
S- the matter of making an estimate of
the resources and expenditures for
the coming year. The following
S schedule was prepared and presented
to the county commissioners to-
ZJ gather with a request that the coun-


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR


It was agreed to establish a col-
ored school at Watula Church on the
hard road west of Oeala.
It was agreed to appropriate
funds not to exceed $50 to apply on
addition to Cttra school house and
recovering same.
The following bills and accounts
were audited and ordered paid:
Marion Hardware Co.. on Ocala
district for repairing stove pipe 5e,c
one wheel barrow $2.50. 2 toot door
bolts 60c; Marion Hardware Co., on
Heidtville district for supplies for
painting house 14.67; Dunnellon
Supply Co.. on Dunnellon district,
fencing and gates for school grounds
$111.50; Ocala Printing Co.. on
Ocala district, for one thousand pro-
motion certificates $2.50, for sup-
plies for work in primary depart-
ment $4.05; A. M. Lansford. on
Ocala district, for drayage on piano
to and from school building $5; T.
E. Pasteur for interest on warrants
held for the several districts as fol-
lows: Ocala $2.50, McIntosh $55.17,
Dunnellon $32.81. Reddick $9.91.
Griner Farm $1.32, Fellowship
$13.88, Electra 67c. Orange Lake
43c. Oak Hill 16c. Moss Bluff $1.25.
Fairfield $1.53, Cottage Hill 12c,
Pedro $22.63, Oklawaha $2.26.
T. E. Pasteur for commission on
receipts and disbursements as fol-
lows: Ocala $74.66. McIntosh
$7.61. Belleview $11.28. Fantville
$1.61. Dunnellon $23.01. Reddick
$8.57, Pine Level $5. Mayville
$1.13, Weirsdale $9.18, Citra $8.17,
Griner Farm $9. Buck Pond $7.88,
Sparr $4.39, Candler $4.15. Fellow-
ship $9.15. Electra $1.24. Blitchton
$4.35. Martel $4.61, Ft. King $6.21.
Capulet $2.40, Linadale 12c, Cotton
Plant $6.18. Orange Lake $3.sl,
Oak Hill 78c. Moss Bluff $1.06.
Fairfield $3.40. Cottage Hill 1ie,
Levon $2.56. Pedro $2.29. Kendrick


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te uNKAL DIREci uKS

Undetakers and Embalmers
D. E. Mclver Alfred E. Oweo
Undertakers.

Fie Caskets and Brial Rebes
All work done by licensed embalm-
ers and fully guaranteed.


THE COMNERGIAL

BARBUE SHOP

Openm late the Lobb, cf the Ocala
House.
Offers the very beat service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
tans, electric massages.
Hot Runsmag Water at All Times
VINCENT C. DETTERICH, Manager



FRESH FISH
I receive daily snipments of cholce
fresh and salt water fish of tht. best
varieties. I handle nothing but fish.
and handle them right.

WM. TUCKER
Phone 219, City Marke.

L. ALEXANDER

Practical
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates mane on all
contract work. trves more and bet-
ter work for the money than any
other contractor tn own.




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$4.19, Oklawaha $S.289 BtU
85.12. P -ea lt HMI 1.16.- ......
E. L. Caraey, for eemtmIlNaS |
collections for last year: O Oesls
$50.92. Melntoeh $5.59, DBtlesw
$6.40. Fantvlte $1.03. DuSMili1
116.55, Reddlek $5.51. Ple Level
$3.58, Mayville 7le, Wdirdal.-
$6.07. Citra $2.22, Ortaer Pa
$3.44. Buck Pond $4.30, Spar
$3.23., Candler $3.59, Pellowaip
$5.10. Electra 8e,. Bultektm $2.68.
Martel $3.19. Pt. Kig $3.29, CapM-
let $2.24, Cotton Plant $4.04. Or-
ange Lake $2.96; Oak HIW lle., m
Bluff 70c, Patirneld $2.W Oeta
Hill 4ce. LevTo $2.60, PedrO $1.25,
Kendrick $3.71, Oklawaha $2.44,
Heldtvtlle $4.38, Pleasant HUil
$1.64.
Dr. B. P. Wilson, ao Oealsa 4s-
trict, for interest on warrant No.
609 $45; G. S. Scott, a Osala dis-
trict, for $60 for Interest On war-
rants Nos. 5396, 5397, 5399 and
5399.
The following were drawn oa the
county: For treasurer of ,Fllow-
ship district for balance on appro-
priation for putting down well and
repainting building. $5.22; 8, T.
.istrunk, C. C. *C., for recording
deed of Bay Lake school houe lot,
$1; W. W. Brown, for bill of lumber
for Bay Lake school house, $43.75;
Dunnellon Advocate, for publishing
notice of teachers' evh-inatlVn, $3;
R. E. Yonge & Son. for tin added to
roof of Montague colored school
house. $3.50; J. H. Brinson, for poe-
tage. $7.79; Chas. Cleveland, for of-
fice help, $18; T. K. Pasteur, for.
commission for June, $94.08; Oeala
Telephone Co.. for telephone service
for period ,ending September so,
$9.70; Isaac Stevens. for service oa
board. $12; J. S. Grantham, for ser-
vice on board and mileage, $15.49:
B. R. Blitch, for service on board
and mileage. $15.20; J. H. Briaon,.
for salary. $125; Ross V. Harrey,
for teaching, $35.
The secretary as instructed to di-
rect the supervisor of the Mill
Creek school, to secure a deed to a
suitable lot of land, and to aseer-
tain the cost of moving and putting
up the building, and to let the sup-
erintendent know at as early a date
as practicable.
Resignation of Mr. A. LoUg as
supervisor of the Grahamville school
was received and a reco-mmeusvetio
from the patrons for the appolat-
ment of Mr. E. L. Mills. The action
was endorsed by the board.
Resignation of Mr. J. J. N. Bron-
son as supervisor of Ebeneser
school was received with a recom-
mendation from the patrons of Mr.
A. M. Anderson as his suceeeor. Ac-
tion was confirmed by the board.
Request from Mt. Pleasant school,
colored, for one dozen seats and an
increase of salary for teacher was
refused.
Gum Spring colored school was
given permission to open on Jusy 12
or 19.
Request of Mr. D. K. TUlls to
send to Electra Instead of Moss
Bluff school was granted as the dis-
tance is closer.
Resignation of Mr. W. E. McGa-
hagin as trustee of Oklawaha school
was received and accepted.
Request from the supervisor of
the Pine school to change the ap-
pointment of teacher made, was
complied with.
Resignation of Wm. Houston as
supervisor of Wetumpka school, col-
ored, was received and notice of re-
commendation of S. W. Williams
with it. Action was confirmed by
board.
Petition of trustees of Hawthorne
school, colored, for an Increase in
salary of teacher was refused.
Board adjourned.
July 8, Im
Board met with all members pres-
ent and acting.
The poll tax list from the tax col-
lector was checked up, found cor-
rect and all moneys accounted for.
The board then proceeded to
check up the treasurer's report with
the warrants returned and found
same to be correct.
No further business appearing,
the board.adjourned to meet In reg-
ular session on Tuesday, August 3r
1909. J. H. BRINSON,
Secretary.

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I have Just received a lot of the
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them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply maa.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section S of Chap-
ter 4863 Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that O0.
Booher, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 537, dated the 3rd day of June, A.
D. 1907, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to LIsue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Corn 131 chs s of ne cor of Sanchez
Grant, tp 15 *, r 22 e. thence w 25
chs n 10 chs e 25 chs a 10 cha-25
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. &. T. o ma R-tUNIL.
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. Fla.


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