Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 16, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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: VID03220
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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-OMMU RAL STATIONERY
etf grah e at m quality, for office
S s Moe, rseelves a great deal of our
*r a attmtles, as our stock and
S I r ampptln large ge and small
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s lmt a laMd pescH or a huge led-
i nt book or a ter press, It's
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WarM the lobadeus of Erersa
of Their Way
W- tVe Juiy 1.-A e eMa-
tUvenry between the state department
and the Cuban government has arisea
*ver'the propseMd dismbsal of James
Pat, san Amrican tsm, who was
applted caef engineer of the water
supply sad sewer system of ClSeafe-
gsa by Governor Magoon during the
American -povd nadminionutb
aecertary of State Knez has Instruet-
ed Mr. Morgan, Amterical minister at
-Havana. to insist mPM the retton
of W. Pae.
Mr. Page was oppolatea en Septm.-
her 1$, 0s., in aeeorisre with a de-
cree of the provileot governor and
also i accordance with the provi-
"ton-oft the Reilly ceAtet tor the
water and sewer system o. Clenfeugo.
Article V. of Governor Magoas e.-
eree provided that the eangeemr "shal
hold office during the term of this
contract, but may be removed by the
provialonal governor or other chief
executive of the Island for good case,
after notice and public hearing."
Several weeks ago the secretary of
the department of public works of the
Cuban government notified Mr. Page'
that he would be dismissed from the
service to take effect on July 20 next.
In the mote to Mr. Page Informing
him of his dismissal the secretary of
the department of public works said
the dismhisdal was "In order to ob-
serve the regulation of the constitu-
(Ion of the republic of Cuba, and the
law of the executive power."
Mr. Page protested against his re-
moval on the ground that the sec-
retary of public works did not have
the authority to dismiss him He also
contended that his dismissal would
be In direct violation not only of the
decree. Issued by Gbvernor Magoon,
but also of the Reilly contract under
which the watdr and sewer system of
Clenfuegos are being constructed.
Minister Morgan has notified the
state department that the Cuban gov.
eminent had rescinded the contract
for the purchase of small arms in for-
eign countries. The United States also
protested against the purchase of am.
munition abroad without open com-
petition. In which American manufac-
turers would be allowed to bid. Mr.
Morgap's dispatch added that the Cu-
ban congress had adjourned until
next fall. and that no legislation had
been enacted prejudlcal to the Inter-
ests of the United States.


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 consumption," writes W. R.
Liscomb, of Washington. N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment from several doctors, but found-
no help ti he used Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He Is a well man today."
It's quick to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs,. hemorr-
hages. coughs and colds, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
fections. S6c and SL Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
HELPING A FRIEND
PUT INGRAM IN A HOLE
New Orleans. July 16.-Wyatt H.
Ingram, Jr., trusted official of the Hl-
bernia Bank & Trust company, Is In
a prison cell a confesed embeszler
and forger. His shortage is said to be
about $10,000.
The shortage was discovered yes-
terday by the bank officlais and lIst
night the officers went to arrest In-
gram. When he discovered their mis.
sion he attempted to poison himself.
He succeeded In taking a small amount
of the drug. Today physicians ase
working on him to prevent a collapse.
He said that he first tried to help a
friend "out of a bhale," and not getting
the money hack, began to speculate
with the bank's money, hoping to
st.Alohten out the aemount, but In-
stead became om deeply Involved.
The bank I o4 of the strongest In
the South and the loeg w l not mate-
rially affect ILt

A GOLDEN WEDDING
means that am ane wfte have lived
to a good old age and consequenttly
have hspt healthy. The beat way to
keep healthy Is to see that your liver
does its duty M65 days out of MS. The
only way to do this is to keep a.l-
lard's Herbine In the house and tike
it whenever your liver gets Inacpive.
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists.


KILLED 8Y A BEE STING


ason City. Iowa, July 1.-Kllied
he sting of a bee was the-fate of
6 Mary J. Buck, a resident of dar-
m. A hive of bees belonging to a
hbor had swarmed and lit on a
on the Bue 'W mim.
rs. Buck was sitUng on the porch
er residence when ome of the bees
ag her on the right temple. She
ed for help and was carried Into
house. Physicians were stmmon-
but before 'they could reach her
was dead.
reryoe would be bMefited by tak-
Fley~s Orino Laxative for stom-
sad liver trouble and habitual
tipatieb. It sweetens the stom-


PITCHED BATTLE IN PITTSBURG
Fer e Exhan of Shets and Blows
Between Strihers snd Polo
Pittaburg July IL.-Peace has fol-
Iowed the attack upon the strikers
oudtode the plant of the Pressed Steel
Car company's plant at daylight this
The alght was one of disorder
aMeantng to almost a reign of terror.
The management of the plant called
for aid and the state police responded.
The men were mounted and they rode
through the mob, striking right and
left with heavy clubs and shooting oc-
easonallay.
The mob retaliated with blows an]
occasional shots. After the mob had
dispwosd thirty wounded were taken
tIn charge by the authorities.


Mhe -W who as prodcal hba
2@68, aebae. maiory darkb


ufrWnewIv dseenee for tMhe cure of

at-fort druk to hebe foa m the
hset sof tNd ts printed on each
bottle-wrapper sand attested under oath.
In any condition of the female syste,
Dr Plers es Favorite Pnsriptlon can do
a7i good-Ue r harm. Its whole effect
tme a ste inve rats and regulate
the pelvis orga. e these ares d-
ranged n function or affected by disease,
the sstm~ach and other organs of digestion








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WshMngton, Juely 186.-The meeting
which s to teakene plae between Presto
of Mexio, syptractic folly assuw. Tred.
inst not be expected of tis Fr-
They will greet each otwiher not peath a
lraboks c0= 9 oure tumors-no sued-
MUM itffl WItwoften prwmtwhtbem, f
akeno on time, and thrna the operation
l Pah thesurgeon kniesay be
mffderig from diseases of lmn
Itan v are Invited to consult Doctor
ks *a as strictly private andscerdly
fia-eUsala Addrs r.. V. PIeree,


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TAFT AND DIAZ
WILL MEET AT EL PASO
Washington. July 16.-The meeting
which Is to take place between Presi-
dent Taft and Poflrio Diaz, president
of Mexico, is now practically assured.
They will greet each other beneath a
canopy on the International bridge at
El Paso.


LOW RATES
.ia a0e
ISAMsMaUU AIR M 4AE
18.25-Knoxville, Tenn., and return.
S. S., June 20621, 22, 2, 27, July 3,
10, 11, 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept 30.\ Stopovers.
$1240-Athens, Ga., and return. U. of
0., June 2, 27, 29, July 3, 5, 10, 17.
Limit 15 days. Stopovers.
St.70-Mentiagle and Sewane%, Tenn,
and return. M. W. & M. P., July 1,
10, 17, 23, 34, 30, August 1J, 14. Limit
Sept. 5.
P17 Biack Mountain, N. C, and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19. 26.
31. August 2, 9, 16, 21, 25. Limit
Sept. 6.
$~104.-San Francisel, Cal, and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
1 to Sept S20, inclusive. Limit Oct.
31. Stopovers.
wS-Senattle, Portland, Tasomna
Vancouver, Victerla, Everett, New
Westminnstr and Selingtham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to
Sept. SO, Inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.
Stopovers.
Above Rates Open to the Public
HENRY RAYSOR, C. P. T. A.
OCALA, FLA.
C. M. DICKERSON, T. P. A.,
TAMPA. FLORIDA.
STATE SENATOR SHOT
Montgomery, AhLa., July 16.-State
Senator Oscar A. Bayles was shot and
killed last night by David .K. Smith.
Bayles was engaged in an attempt to
proure a pardon for the men who
had killed Smith's brother and were
since convicted of the crime.
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-
plaint. but be sure that you get De-
witts Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
know what they will do for. you, and
If you will send your name to E. C.
DeWitt & Co. Chicago.. you will re-
ceive a free trial box of these kidney
and bladder pills. They are sold here
by aH druggists.
LOST-Smith & Wesson .38-caliber
revolver, Wednesday night. Will pay
liberal reward for Its return to M. F.
Dodson, at Hogan's. 7-3-it


BEEO AIVE I K


Crew of British Torpedo Beat in.Their
Vessel at Bottom of the Sea
Off Plymouth
London. July 15.-With her entire
crew imprisoned in her hold the sub-
marine torpedo boat Call IeVs at the
bottom of the ocean off Plymouth.
The Call was sunk as the result of
a collision with an unknown steam-
ship. Her crew of eleven were lock-
Sed in the hold at the time of the col-
lision. The steamer did not stop or
was unable to locate the Call.
The torpedo boat No. 617 was in
company with the unfortunate subma-
rine when the accident happened. She
also was damaged, being struck a
glancing blow by the steamer. Her
crew was taken off. It is possible that
the offending ship's crew saw the
JghAILtP n n- .d 17after the collision
and had no Idea that there was a sec-
ond boat.
Several boats have been sent to the
scene of the disaster and an attempt
will be made to at once raise the sub-
marine. There is little hope that this
can be done or the imprisoned men
rescued from their horrible fate.

BALSINDE WAS HEART BROKEN
Son of a Wealthy Cuban Succumbs to
Poverty and Hopeless Love
NE w York, July 16.-Forsaking his
wealthy home. relatives and foregoing
a princely allowance from his parents.
Juan Balsinde. the son of a multi-
millionaire Havana sugar importer,
shot himself and died yesterday In
cheap apartments on Soubrette Row,
on account of his love for an actress
who is a member of the "Merry
Widow" company. He saw the woman
first in Havana three years ago and
followed her all over the United
SStates. attempting to win her love.
Balsinde camp to the United Stat.-s
some years ago to attend a Pough-
keepsie school but instead of studying.
dissipated. His parents ordered him
to return to Cuba. Returning to this
conutry a year ago Balsinde spent his
money lavishly until his parents ston-
ped his allowance. He was penniless
when his body was found.


BOLL WEEVILS BAKED


Baton Rouge, La., July I1.-A rem-
edy for the boll weevil has at last been
found. However, it is not one that
can be used unless providence sees fit
to provide it or the weather bureau
succeeds In providing the necessary
relief for the farmer.
State Entomologist Newell says the*
hot weather has literally cooked the
weevils In the cotton bolls and the
outlook for a big crop Is excellent.







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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER


PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION


P. O. Box 48.


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Operu lato the Lobb, o f the Oeala
Rouse.

Offers Lhe very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric mesnyge-
Hot Rumnmg water at All Ties
VINCENT C. DETERCKH, Manager



FRESH FISH
I receive daily shipments of choice
fresh and salt water fish of the best
varieties. I handle nothing but fish.


JAPANESE ON THE JOB
Are Carefully Observing Mansovers of
Atlantie Fleet of Prearviutew
Provincetown, Mass. July IS.-The
Japanese were the first among the
foreign powers to send representa-
tives here to observe the maneuvers of
the Atlantic fleet. Naval experts of
many nations are expected when the
Important events get under way. but
the Japanese have already shown
themselves to be mote alert and cur-
lous than the rest.
Agents of that country were on th3
scene weeks before Uncle Sam's ships
of war were scheduled to assemble in
these waters, and they have been
keeping tabs on everything that has
transpired since the fleet put Into Mas-
sachusetts Bay last Thursday.
They have been making these ob-
servations in an entirely unofficial
capacity, however, and this fact has
aroused no little comment among mea
of the fleet and landsmen as welL

!F YOU KNEW
th- merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. s1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
L. W. Hall, 292 Olive Street. St.
Louts, Mo.

PROGkkSSIVES WIN IN PERSIA
But It is More than 'Probable They
Will Seeo be Crushed by the
Russians
Teheran, Persia. July 16.-Cqlonel
Liakhoff, commanding the Loyalists nt
the central square barricade, ordered
the Loyalists to cease firing yesterday
afternoon, thus indicating that the
Loyalist Cossacks have reelded to sur-
render, finding It useless to resist lon-
ger. It is understood that Liakhoff
Is arranging the terms of surrender.
The shah, from the Sultanabad
palace has summoned all his available
troops to assist Col. liakhoff but they
may now be ordered to stop marching.
Loyalist troops are en route to Teher-
an from the shores of the Caspian sea
and the Turkish border.
The Shah Must Flee
St Petersburg, Russia, July 1I.-
The foreign office has ordered the
Russian troops in Persia to arrange
for the safe removal of the shah
across the border. This indicates
that Russia has been notified that the
shah's position is hopeless and that
he must have help Immediately. The
Russian fleet in the Caspian sea has
also been ordered to sail for Persia.

BRAVE FIRE LADDIES
often receive severe Durns putting out
fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts
and bruises It's earth's greatest healer.
Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores.
bolls, ulcers, felons; best pile cure
made. Relief is Instant 25c at all
druggists.
ELKS PARADE IN LOS ANGELES
Los Anteles. CaL, July 14.-The
most successful convention In the his-
tory of the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks culminated yesterday in
the annual parade, which was the
finest pageant ever seen In this cite.
Many thousands of members of ths
order were in line, representing lodges
throughout the United States, Canada
and Mexico. Many were clad in gor-
geous costumes. Two-score bands In-
terspersed the procession and there
were also many magnificent floats, il-
lustrative of the cities whose lodges
provided them. The election of J. U.
Sammis as grand exalted ruler is very
pleasing to all.

A CONTENTED WOMAN
is always found in the same nouse
with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
keeps every member of the family free
from aches and pains, it heals cuts,
burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
tism, neuralgia, lumbago and all mus-
cular soreness and stiffness. 25e, 50e
and $1 a bottle. At all druggists.

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
.70 Savannah, G., July 26th. Limit
to leave Savannah July 2Sth.
*1525 Mobile, Ala., July list, August
1st and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th, ex-
tension to August ZSt'ti.


aSSS-$104d6-Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
M010--Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$18.70-Monteagle and Sewannee,
Tenn. July 1, 10, 17. 23, 24. 30, Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
5. Stopovers allowed.
For further information call on or
write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.: or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.
DON'T GET A DIVORCE
A western Judge granted a divorce
on account of Ill-temper and bad
breath. Dr. King's New Life PlUs
would have prevented It. They cure
constipation. causing bad breath and
liver trouble the ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaches, conquer
chills. 25c at all druggists.
PAN BARGAINS
An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is poAltively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.


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Meat "g bra witer tI the Bamore
Winyw wer braver w soldr or
p-eader ohm thin who conk-
a ake of the Cofederaey
MNMUplsey ae hunger nr de-
tI m lr dae e bring daspace
Sthem. Thr %W re dsf tad, hut

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SIso thao *as out in pathetic
ps tdim afta*"e*at tof decble
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-. IMe hIe in the poorest
3 f Ne ToWfT. Broken lI


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.. w hi f to boemee a bmde .to
e Oher. HbS dst ,-geusd services
Ssfa the war, his loyalty and high-
M oi avoaWd hi Bothming in
W- ul r r ead. it the old
the l5Slt Lvwe y to the hht,
-. nor ausestlpg charity,
iV w sao oam his fae and allow-
lag no complaging word to menpe
he dbed p6 tiallys ot a
broba b~eat and prme," yne a dc-
'. tr who knew hiMm. He was too
. prn1 to be"
STe sp"Wit of prids md courage is
St e things that dstmgulm hed
buM h h W"h the new 8Mtk

prity ma take the place of devotion
'to No sL and while gainin n
*atth, aolatuoa amd power, the
swfth wI deo well to treasure not
oMy fa htaorae history and her-
o uf mibtto homer and personal
.W ra ed its people above
thbe level of mere traffickers In the
maart piSce.


d W S glA T SAYINGS

S"JewNg" Rowe eader, the eaper-
Ittem t of one of the model fam-
11 y r e 8m the MBt Side of New
oT, l s. Cao led because. with
W ad aeume, she sattlee all
m h o tM of the M9 Waants I
"* egg, ,g as owrhameu
.* "Jidg" rade w aM tvtalkig the
.; ther 4y about the hbot of children
ina her emmons model houe.
Sha delight me," she said.
l -w 4E Sar Ml doing and
yag the qualatet thg. For In-
stah s, a little chap told me the
other day that his yellow dog SS-
*W had died.
S I bet .the, angels wu
2: _eainV,' he said, 'wbhe they seen 8a-
.ome eMi"a' up the oldenM taMiray,
for ,flome was als crea to peo-
pie what hadn't much do's on.,
"ASOther little boy,." pursued
.Jdl eader, "said last month to
Sm8 other:
""Ma, get me a little baby sister,
wll ye? I'm awful lomeome.
-- T-e, .*y eblld, I will,' the moth-
er answered. with a glad mile. *I
Y u either a sister or a
eA ta l ster to there now (at
Sthat oy eftem grw t in the middle
of the night at her:
'Sy, If I'd knowed what a yel-
ler ye was goal to be, I wouldn't
Shave OW ye .


AN QUIAl E LKum
nuA Wallace, the homesick N.-
lmanW lad, who sailed from New
TYrk lat week for North Greenland
to rejin his own people. Issued a
"tarNWall tatemeat," la which he
delayed that upos reaching his des-
thaatOm b wib l organize an expedi-
tw o of atves and saal with aLom In
aOar ofS the pale. He believes that
he, Ca n eeued where white men
have tailed, ad he carried with him
a a't of sletlac Instruments, the
gift a trieads, which he hopes to-
m ta hi sptlee s.
"I don't beheve that Pary o. any
ther white man will ever reach the
Spie," he cleared. "But I and my
ui I U do ilt. If we meet Peary
to thi north we shall pay so atten-
ti- to hila."
Befe ailing Meae's former
SguaMdl, who save found him a
S hWhat trehileaeme ebarge, pre-
Svia4upe Mhim t9 pagn an agree-
m t r to. return. Mene attrib-
u ata nS ailet to Jealousy, as he

"The other explorers do not wish
as to bring word to elvilization that
I have sa aedeld where they have
failed.'.
S -

SAt a weddng beahfa* the wbaeh-
M' B wore called upon to give their
S, r fm tr remaiiag so, saya sit-

The O wag we e aamon them:
I Wam ke the frog la the table,
w-. thha1 heb loeed the water.
wM at mp Into the well bo-
ouhe ,OW NIM t jIp out again."
", t"IM t elfh, and honest
Sasgh to adaft It"
I ae 0n tho eate hbad, libef-
tu, r hablag aldes, the opera, mid-
U6gedm, 0abeak akaeout, sand
OWb So-m tha other hand-d4i-
tibed w t, ".old meat, baby linea,
-,1, k I hI rmMes,.
VAN* pading aM em pockets."
WWoa&- t-a brother, and we
.hMe e b ha" a seeret from me
< <'. ie ae


Soes"Te d4et want much. Bat
b* ame R to her. In sehek a ease a
mn 1is i the am-e position a when
a Skiltfl agents gets hold of him--
be is worked before he knows it


A stranger coming to Tallahasee,
say the True-Demnocrat. lis surprised
at the great number of pecan trees
found in the yards, gardens and,on
the streets. They are everywhere,
and thousands upon thousands
spring up every lesson. where the
nuts are washed by the rafns or
droppedby the birds which feast
upon them. If theae trees had been
budded with mercmhantable varieties
while young, they would now be
prodtedag thousands of bushels of
the geet nuts annually, but of even
these inferior varieties Tallahassee
sells hundreds of dollars worth each
lear.
Mr. P. J. Theuas and Mr. R. J.
Hore, of the firm of Theus-Zachry
Company, are making a trip through
the country this week, and will go
as far north as Gainetile.

Mr. G. B. Stine has gone to Sal-
timore 'to take his line of samples
in and get the new line of next
spriag's goods. He will be In Balti-
m*e for several weeks, to meet the
Southern merchants as they come to
that city on the merchants' excur-
sion.

NOTHING THE MATTER
WITH WHITE SPRINGS
A few days ago the fol!ow:niT ltem
appeared In the Star:
-W E. Oriffl. late editor of the
Wi9tM Springs Herald, now with the
Ocala Banner. made the Star a pleas-
ant call the other day and in an In-
teresting resume of why the Herald
suspended publication, remarked that
the big saw mill of the Camps had
been lying idle for a year. that the
business at the Sorings was light,
money tight and hard to get and the
result was he was unable to make
ends meet and thought it best to quit
in time."
This Item was copied, with covn-
ments, by the "Short Talks"' man of
the Tim erUnion. and was soon se-n
by the petle of White Springs andl
aroused their Indignation to a consid-
erable extent. The following letter
from a prominent citizen of Whhe
Springs was received yesterday ev-
ening:
Editor Star: I notice an extract
from yonr paper In yesterday'ss Times-
Union as to why Mr. riffss did not
succeed here. Wish to ask that you
correct this statement as It is not true.
Camp's mill has been running all the
time and our town is in as prosperous
a condition or better than most towns
its sise. I am surprised that Mr. Grif-
fis should make any such statements
as you claim from him.
T. A. Edwards.
From the testimony of a number of
Oeala people who are well acquainted
with White Springs, It appears that
that pretty and popular resort is In as
good shape from every standpoint .s
It ever has been. The statentent of
Mr. Griffis seems to stand alone
against that of a number of well-post-
ed people.

There is more catarrn In this sec-
tion of the country than all other dis-
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be Incur-
able. Fbr a great many years doctors
promounced It a local disease and pre-
scribed local remediles, and by con-
stantly falling to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
Silence has proved catarrh to oe 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 fails to cure. Send for circulars and
testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by drug-
gists, 76c. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.

WEATHER FORECAST
SWashington, July 16.-Partly cloudy
with local showers .tonight or Satur-


day.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumer, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company.

FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping on first floor;
all conveniences. Also one nicely fur-
nished bedroom on second floor, one-
half block from A. C. I. depot. Apply
34 Oklawaha avenue.
FOR SALE-Protographs of the 37
horses that were shot and buried July
7th. The size of the pictures, which
were taken In front of the courthouse
and as the animals lay dead in the
trenches, Is 10il. Price 50 cents. To
be ,had of Tompkins & Cobb.


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lll wl F. CONSTAI-INE
tIIElSITROM FIWellw KKnew Clearwamer Capitalist
Found Dead in the Rad
Clearwater, July 1--Prone upon his
The power of a horse to pull a load face in a road, one-quarter of a mile
is regulated by the closeness of"that from his home, B. F. Constantine, a
load to the horse. Any Italf can pull wealthy orange grower and capitalist.
a boy all over the lot t the rope is was found, cold in death last evening
short enough. at 7 o'clock by a party searching .*or
Your capacity to carry on your busi- him. Examination by physicians
ness easily and with success depends showed apoplexy to have caused his
upon your bank connection-what death, and It is believe that this was
service you get from the bank of your superinduced bX heat.
choice. Your future success, depend-I Earty yesterday morning Mr. Con-
ing on present service. is regulated In stantine left Clearwater to look over
part by whether or not you get close, ome orange grove holdings one and
personal service from your bank. one-quarter miles from the city. He
Your business success depends upon had intended returning within thrye
the convenience you rec -ive, the help I hours. Noon passed and he did not
you get every day. In easy times and I return, and his wife. becoming anxious
in "hard" times, when you want as- about him, advised friends of his prm-
sistance and when you want it at the longed absence. A party was formed
same time others do. and the discovery of the body was
The bank that places its officers made.
in close touch with customers and Mr. Constantine was one of the best
their business bears the same relation known men on the west coast. Loag
to the power to "push" business rs the had he been Identified with the dA-
closeness of the horse to his load e- velopment of beautiful Clearwatcr ani
t-rmines h;u pulling rower. his friends and admirers were iegivi.
Our officers are easily accessible. Hie was 45 years of age and leaves a
they are glad to give personal counsel, wife and children, of immediate fam-
they will take an interest in the suc- ly. surviving. ,
cess of your business.


TNE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
Ocala, Florida


TAFT HAS A BIG STICK


May use His Veto on the New Tariff
Bill
Washington. July 16.-Unmistakable
evidences of friction between the pros-
ident and the conferees on the tariff
-bill are disturbing the hitherto pleas-
ant relations existing between the
white house and the capitol. A lait
effort has been made by the conferees
ta Induce the president td consent ta
the striking out of the corporation tax
amendment. without success.
The president rot only told Senator
Aldrich and Chairn-an Payne that he
will not withdraw from his position
In favor of this tax. but that he is as-
iured of a sufficient number of vot'.A
hto keep the provision in the bill and
to Insure its adoption In both hduse!,.
The president Is said to realize that
there are many senators and repre-
sentatives who will vote for the tax
without being in favor of it. In his
talks with the Senate conferees re-
garding the bill. President Taft haJ
been met with the statement tha.t
while the conferees will be glad to d.o
all In their power to carry out hisl
wishes with respect to certain sche l-
ules, tluhy stand pledged to certain of
their colleagues and cannot alter th.?ir
position until released of the pledges.
All of these newly discovered facts re.
vived the talk of a possible veto by
President Taft when the bill reaches
him.


YOUR APPEARANCE


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

HARRY THOUGHT
HE WAS IN HADES

Wanted Twenty Tons of Ice to Cool
His Quarters in Matteawan
White Plains. N. Y.. July 16.-Eve-
lyn Nesbit Thaw was In court yester-
day to take the stand again in the
hearing to determine Harry Thaw's
mental condition.
The state decided, however, to placp
experts on the stand first.
Dr. Otto Meyer of New York told,
how Thaw had expressed his opinion
that he had typhoid fever at a time
when he had no symptoms of fever
wItatever. At this time, according to
the doctor's testimony. Thaw insisted
that his cell be cooled with "twenty
tons of ice."
Mrs. Thaw was placed on the stand
shortly after \ noon. She testified,
among other things, that on one oc-
casion Thaw had threatened to kill
her. This was since his conviction
and during, his confinement at Mat-
teawan.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50 per dozen.
WHEAT STILL CLIMBING
Chicage~ July 16.-Wheat for Ju.y
delivery advanced 7 cents to $1.27 a
bushel during a stormy session on thv,
board of trade yesterday, establishing
a new high record for the season and I
giving promise of a repetition of the!
recent "deal" headed by James a Pat-
ten and his colleagues in the May op-
tion.


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 irregularities, r'rength-
ens and builds up these organs and
there is no danger of Bright's disease
or other serious disorder. Do not dia-


PAPER FROM FLORIDA PINE
The Jacksonville Metropolis of
Thursday, says:
"Samples of paper manufactured
from the pulp of long leaf pine of
Florida have been received by the
board of trade and are now on exhibi-
tion at the board of trade rooms. The
paper was made from pulp sent from
Alachua county and as an advertise-
ment the Gainesville Sun of Monday
was printed on the paper. The Kraft
.Paper company is capitalized at $2.-
500,000. and those who are acquainted
with the business industry have great
hopes for the success of the factory.
"An official test of the paper manu-
factured was made a short time ago
by the government authorities, and
the Florida product excelled all others.
both in texture and strength. At the
present time the company is negotiat-
ing for the establishment of a factory
in this state, the first samples having
been made 'at one of their factories In
the north, and it is the aim of the
Jacksonville board of trade to offer in-
ducements for the location of the fac-
tory in this city. The m-'ter of super-
ior transportation facilities and lower
freight rates will be presented to the
promoters of the industry, and there
is a strong probability that the ques-
tion will be favorably considered by
the company.
"Only the most favorable reports
have been given the industry, and the
opening of the factory is assured, al-
though the exact location has not
been definitely decided upon. Hun-
dreds of men would be employed in
the factory, which would give it greit
local importance, while at the same
time it would be an eloquent endorse-
ment of the resources of the state."

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, liver and
kidney troubles. We regard It as one
of the best family medicines on
earth." It invigorates the vital or-
gans, purifies the blood, aids diges-
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin, pale, weak children
or run-down people it has no equal.
Best for female complaints. Only 50c
at all druggists.
SHOT A BURGLAR AND FAINTED
Lake Charles. La., July 16.-Attack-
ed by a negro burglar at her. home
last night, Mrs. Alice Long finally sue-
ceeded In breaking away from her as-
sailant and shooting him. She then
fainted. It Is believed that the negro
is mortally wounded, considering the
amount of blood on the floor.
FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE
I have six fine pointer puppies for
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark,
Ocala. Fla. Stdltw


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BACTERIOLOGICAL OBSERVATORY
To be Established by the Stae in
Tampa
Tampa is to have a bacteriological
laboratory. This Is the result of ac-
tion taken yesterday by the state
board of health, In session In Jacks=o-
ville, and is the sequel to a strong and
determined request made from this
city about a year ago for a breach
laboratory.
First announcement In this city of
the board's action was received by
President Bowyer, of *he board of
health, In the following telegram freow
State Health Officer Joseph Y. Porter,
of Key West:
"F. C. Bowyer, President Tamps
Board of Trade. Tampa, Fla.
"State board of health in session to-
day authorized the erection of suitable
building and establishment ot bacterio-
logical laboratory in Tampa contingent
upon city donating to state a suitable
lot for that purpose.
"Joaep T. Porter."
It is not expected that the board of
trade delegation or that from the
Hillsborough Medical Society will have
the slightest difficulty In securing a
good and central location. There is
a vacant lot, owned by the city; at the
Intersection of Florida avenue and
Constant street, that would admirably
serve the purpose.
It is understood further that if the
donation of the lot is made that the
state board of health will begin Im-
mediately the erection of a handsome
brick building to cost ht least $10,0"
and to be equipped with the very lat-
est and most improved apparatus.-
Tampa Tribune, 16th.

WESTON ENDS HIS LONG WALK
San Francisco, July 16.-Whent Ed-
ward Payson Westdh yesterday hand-
ed to Postmaster Arthur Fiske a letter
given him by Postmaster Morgan of
New York on March 15th last it enil-
ed one of the most remarkable feals
of pedestrianism on record./ Weston
was four days behind the schedule, but
was not discouraged.


r019I~ Jons
Sue sSOUT
sem E7Tof
A-. Aft


Something of a
Tripper.
"Great dance I
just had."
"I thought 'o
said you eoud
trip the light a-
tatlc."
"DMWt you se
mer
Tea mbut Ia*y
saw you trippluk
the lades."


All Loked Alike.
"We are going to hqre a high eld
time tonight."
"What's the occasior "
"Celebration of the king's birthday.-


"What king?"
"Blamed if I know."


The oyster never says a word.
Nor does It slag tra-la.
Said wondertngs little WUI., "Are
There lady oysters, pal"

Christmas Suggestlo
Pnrehase for the lady next door a
whole pound of butter and a package
of tea. She may take the hint
It ymu happen to a ee the earth lyg
around on one of the bargain counters
it would make a lovely p!remt fr
yomr imband.
Don't buy anything you cannot ope
to pay for unless you fnd a partIcular.
ly complacent storekeeper.
Buy your wife a handsome pair of
winter trouser. You know, e al-
ways did like to see you well drssd.
Don't buy a drum for yam m s
boy. A foghorn make me
and Is not so Msly broken.
Don't get excited. The stores are
open the night before untfl mdnst.


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girls a- d yug laa BoardiMn departmet mdtred 'iluntd 6 *
fined hmie.l. ,m-w divided Into smaH tOM 1oda -Is*
atrctin. Faculty teighteen specallets. iuu | aggg
Is, Art, 4Rpriet1- B Crtiacate admitse ye t TV ar K
Macoi, etc. Thrty-secoad year hegsias Opt sah r 1W 0
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FLORIDA'S. OLD EST COLLEGE
OLLB ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSON,
FINK ARTS, DOMESTIC ANW INDUSTRIALL ARTS, AND
BS, I.,.ES&
aroegle Hal and third men's dormitory now completed; electric
sa, jtea smd sftrme beht; large faculty; perfect health condl-
tis;: e gymnasium, athletic Gelds. boating, tennis courts, golf links;
bamsll, football and basketball teams champions lf Florida in l 9.
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F iSH MEATS AND VEGETABLES

W &A Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Wed Beef,
Mutua, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork .
S sage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets.
$weet Potatoes, Irish Potaoes, 8pauish OnionS


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Phone 108


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BECAUSE WE DO HIS PRINTING


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to an animaL
FOR RENT-My residence recently
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd, No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
Hood. 7-10tf
Mr. J. C. Newsoner, of Jacksonville,
who Is employed by the Jones Bros.
furniture store, is here on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. L R. Knight.
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
Its prescription department Pure
drugs only are used, which are select.
ed by men of experience.
In the third game of a series played
by Paistka and Gainesville in the for-
mer city yesterday, Palatka won with
a score of 4 to 1.

FOR RENT-hIve-room house near
pumping station. Apply to H. C.
Jone, Ocala Bottlink Works. Ocala.
FiL. 4-25-tf

Mr. Will Dodson is expected home
tomorrow from Green Springs and St.
Pturaburg. where he has spent two
weeks pleasantly.
Mr. Dave Williams went down to
Invesness yesterday afternoon to at-
tend to his weekly duties at the mines
of the Southern Phosphate company.

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


W. X. Peteway -of Dunneleon we
at tn Oala Bouse today.
A aew of these Dimond EAge safety
Rasnrs left at the Court Pharmacy.
H. i. Lough of Tampa is at the
Oeala House.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure 'hlas and fever. 26 cents.
M. G. Darby of Atlanta is a gue~t
of the Oeala House.
5 or 6 doses "MW' will cure any case
of chillst and fever. Price, 25c.
George K, Rarson of Atlanta was at
the Montesum- today.
Mrs. George McGahagin and child-
ren returned from the lake today.
Plank's Chil Toenc, guaranteed to
ewe chis and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. P. B. Bowie, foreman of the Star
Job office, is on the sick list today.
Dr. D. W. Harrison of Floral City.
was in town today.
Mrs. Spooner was up from the lake
between trains today.

5 or I dMoses SW will cure any case
So Chns and irver. Price 2c.
Three cents will fan you for ten
bhors Get one of those "-inch Wes-
tlnghous3 tans from H. W. Tucker.
Miss Mary Connor went down to
Eastlake today, to visit Mrs. George
MacKay.
Take one of ttose bathing cars
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
Miss Nellie Stevens came home
from Galnesville, where she has be-~.
teaching in the normaL
Another shipment of hard water
soap Just In at the Postoffice Drug-
store.

The veterinarians are examining the
public hack and dray horses today. Up
to noon 24 had passed muster.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Mrs. W. M., Barco is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bryan, st
TerrelL

Nyars Itoach Powder kills 'em
quick and is non-poisonous. 25 cents
at the Postoffce Drugstore.
Dr. & Van Hood went to Bushnell
pn professional business this morning
and returned at noon.

Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. Martin, with Meffert & Maynard
at Rockwell, was a visitor to the city
today.
Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em quick
and is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the
Postoffce Drugstore.
Try a box of that sunburn cream.
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court
Pharmacy.
Another shipment of hard water
water soap Just In at the, Postofflce
Drugstore.

Reva. W. H. Dodge has returned frim
a visit to his brother in St. Augus-
tine.
Have you seen the new bulletin.
Stetson College of Liberal Arts? See
advertisement, page seven.
A new shipment of that famous Al-
pine Flax Just received at the Court
Pharmacy.
We have the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
des in the city. Tydings & Co.
Roece Violet Talcum is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postoffice Drug-
store.
Judge Bell today sentenced Wade
Coleman, colored, of Lowell. to three
months on the public roads for erutlty


TYPEWRITER BARGAIN


For $10 spot cash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully $25;
want the room. Apply Immediately,
Star.

3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How is that. This Is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-Inch
Westinghouse electric fans that 1
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply man.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an 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 thehome. especially in
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the Iron is hot. No smoke
or dirt and Feat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.

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 Jnside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil Anishingt ,
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
Fbley'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.


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No. 1 1-1s.&

Robin Hood Siked PeNhms
No. 1 1-2 15.

No. 1 Breakfat ing o,
MlOc- for 25c.


WILL SOON BE READY TO BUILD
The M asm at ther ertisa a s T
evening, estimated their esou les for
building the new opera home a"d
found they lack only a themmad del-
lars of the amount required. It will
not take long to secure this, and sooan
after the work will coeme.ce. Let
all public spirited people with moewr
for a safe investment come forward
and make up the last teumand.
Jake Brown, who is one of the prime
movers in the enterprise, says that
bids will be advertised for August 1st
so the prospect for a new theater this
winter is of the best.
HAPPY TIME FOR CHILDREN
Little Miss Helen. the pretty daugh.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones. en-
tertained her young friends with a
party at her parents' ome yesterday
afternoon. There were 85 of the young
folks present. Helen made a lovely II:-
tie hostess and her mother, assisted
by Mrs. H. M. Hampton. Mrs. A. G.
Gates. Mrs. R. R. Carroll, Mrs. Bernarl
Seligman and Misses Caro and Evelyn
Liddon, were so many fairy godmoth-
ers in giving the children one of the
happiest times in their young lives.
COMMERCIAL PRESSING CLUB
The Commercial Pressing Club,
which will have charge of the clean-
ing and pressing department of the
Guarantee Clothing and Shoe company,
will open for business Monday morn-
ing and will employ only first-elaq
workmen and up-to-date methods.
Better go and enroff your name In this
club at once.

THE OCALA WAGON WORKS
Offers its services anw superior work-
manship In the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced its specialty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of our work "n
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W
Davis' auto. Give us a call.
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS.
M*DUFFY READY FOR BUSINESS
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 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.

SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS
Those wishing extra early break-
frsts can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
amy uas 4:30 If they desire.
SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE
A fine soda fountain for sale; cost
$350: will take $150 cash for it Ap-
ply to S. A. Moses & Brother, city.

GAS ENGINE BARGAIN
Fairbanks & Morse 2-horsepower
(will develop four) in perfect condition
for sale at bargain. Fittings also for
gasolene. Owner has substituted elec-
tric motor. Address P. O. Box U58.
Ocala. 4-24-

HOUSES FOR RENT
Modern cottages, an conveniences,
well located and new. Apply to Jos-
eph Bell, at court house.
HOUSE FOR RENT
A new seven-room house for rent,
on Daugherty street Apply to A. G.
Gates.


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WATCH FOR THE RED WAGONS
The Florida Packing & Ice Company
now has its delivery wagons on the
streets retailing ice. The company is
also shipping from the plant and
selling 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.


INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS


I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.
EVERY OLD THING MADE NEW
An old chair with a small can of L.


TEAPOT

GROCERY


After Monday. July lth, the public
library will only be open on domdays.
Wednesday and Saturdays, fM five
to six o'clock. Patrons please take
notice.
Joe Malever continues to make
preparations to open the tailoring de-
partment of the Guarantee Clothing
and Shoe Co. "Joe" is a veteran In
this kind of business and knows Jus.t
exactly what the people want Look
out for the opening of this depart-
ment and go and see If he hasn't the
goods and work to suit you.
The fire yesterday was at the St.
Johns House, a colored boarding house
near the 8. A. L. depot. The depart-
ment made a quick run and had the
blame out in a Jiffy. Damage, ab. t
three dollars.

LOST-A .Phi Kappa Sigma frater-
nity pin, somewhere between A. C. LU
freight depot and Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store. Return to Star office and re-
ceive reward.
FOR SALE--$3; auto buggy, 40-
inch wheel. solid rubber tire, 26-horse-
power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather
top: refitted with new parts. Box 471,
Ocala. Fla. 74-"tdltw
Your prescriptions. when left at the
Court Pharmacy,. are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us:
we'll call for and deliver your pre-
scriptions.
When In need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store In Ocala.
Rose Violet Talcum is one of the
best. 25 cents pt the Postofflce Drug.
store.
The preaernptone department Is the
main stay of any druSgore. Accuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest In the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydings & CO.


CASTORIA

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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-
ness at 1 p. m., following the custom
now prevailing amongst the mer-
chants.
The Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.

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. MALEVE.
Ocala, Fla., July 14th, 1909.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
This is to.inform you that on this
day the firm of Goldman & Malever,
of Ocala. Fla.. Is by mutual agreement
disolved. 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. GOLDMAN.
J. MALEVER.
Ocala, Fla., July 14th, 19i0.

LOST-TWO COATS
On road from Ocala to WIlliston.
A black sack coat on the cork screw
order, and a light tan coat, with
stripe, with Masonic badge pinned on.
Will pay reasonable reward for their
return to the Star office in Ocala, or
to J. K. Harrison, WIllIston, lFla.


"The Heart of Oyama," gives at the
Air Dome last night was thrilling
reminiscence of the samanrt days
which are but yesterday to Japan, tW
they are three hundred years old It
Europe.


One of the ladies of the
district was arrested for rO
terday. She gave a bond of
she forfeited in the mayor's
morning.



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SENIORS BSAT THE JUNIO0S
Yesterday being the day w U
the merchants and business hmss at
the city close for half a day and gve
their employees a half- lMam, and
the Ocala baseball team having
game scheduled with an out-Os-town
club, two local teams faced eG tAhr~
on the South Magnolia street diamrnm.
Brown and Waller, the regular o O
battery, were detailed to play with the
weaker tea, the Juniors, and Psa
and Bullock composed the batter ftr
the seniors. The grand stand was
packed with baseball enth-*na sad
the bleachers and other available
points were occupied. The a- was
a good one up until the sixth I a .g
but the regular team had their JaMes
outclassed and made two rums l the
sixth and one in the seventh uadla
as against one run for the Jaeors t
the ninth. The game was good,. al
the spectators were highly pI-ased. We
should have more games of thtes eaura
during these long summer days.

SILVER TIP IS SOLID
After a careful exammatlen, the
state veterinarian pronoubMea the 811.
ver Tip Livery Stable sad Its hons
entitled to a clear bill t health. This
Is good news not only for the people.
tor of that popular imnstiutilm but hr
the public, which is In constant need
of its excellent teams.

The Star force is short today. One
editor is at Shell Island, fthf It
sheephead, and the other is at Best-
tie, fishing for compliments. The ftos.
man of the job office is laid up with
fever, and the Adonis of the co poIamg
room has laid down to make up for a
night of insomnia. The foreman, thei
linotyper, the entirely round printer
and the devil are on deck. howevm.
and until they are all laid up, or laM
out. the Star will continue to shine
If there is one thing Ocala needs
more than another t is a unaleon de-
pot-Banner.
J Quite correct Let's keep after the
railroads ufttil they build one. I

Come out to the band concert to-
night, go to the Air Dome and see the
pictures while you I sten to the music.
You can hear the band as well in the
Air Dome as anywhere else on the
square, and the program is a ine one.
WANTED-To borrow ($6 (six
hundred dollars). Will give m.ottaaage
offrcity property In Ocala, and pay
-ood interest. Want loan Immediate-
ly. Address Box 787, Jacksonville a.
Interest and excitement is running
high over the ball game to,Ub played
here next Tuesday by the Galneville
and Ocala teams. This promises to be
the most exciting game of the seasam
and Gainesvillle win probably bring a
couple of hundred "rooters" along to
cheer her team, and Ocala will turt
out the largest a crowd of the year. Both
teams are In fine condition, each it
them having been strengthened by the
addition of new players recently, and
a fine game is in prospect.
The Ocala Heights Golf Club is hav-
ing a tennis court built near the club
house on the links. M,. Gerge S.
Robinson is superintending the work,
and says when it is finished the court
will be the equal of any be has ever
seen.


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work, of whatever kind.
Manufaoturrem of cement brick, building blocks,
hexagon and octagon. blocks, and all kinds of pav-
ing ~aateral. We employ killed workmen and
Sor motto is "to please."
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Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief in Foley'as Honey and Tar
as it cures stubborn 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-
gists.


"DALLAS
SWe are having some warm weath-
er now. If it wasn't for the rains
SIA we have most of the time, I don't
OF AI T 3 Isee how we could get along.
"*We have been having plenty of
m gSg rain for the last two weeks, though
up to that time it was quite dry; so
dry that all the ponds went dry and
S. 1 i u P r h -i0 the cattle suffered for water. Nearly
*OT -tre lye, Ds 3all the wells around here went dry.
Lake Sindy is quite a lake now
since the rainy weather set in, which
before the rains didn't have a drop
t& sreraiMQt N. sOt. Straight N. of water in it.
C. Corn Whisky IMIsses Ola and Jimmie Smith of
So n wi .7sky this place went to r'ampa on the 4th,
lust., and Instead of returning home
decided to stay a while there and try
clerking. They both have positions
them nrb i Are F 32 a n etat Crcsses', that beautiful store in
Tampa. Let us wish them much
SC F W E r r. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Morris have
gone to Sheffield, Ala. They are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Mor-
ris of that place. Mr. M. Morrris is
EPRES PREPAID IN PAN BOXES a brother of H. T. Morris. We hope
S' they will have a pleasant trip.
,. Mr. Sol Smith is having some re-
pairing done on his house. S. E.
This Straight North Carolina Corn Smith, his son, is the carpenter.
. u < A mkpoa Whisky not to be a blend-not a Mr. S. L. Hires is a guest of Mr.
SWa W Ucompound; not n Imitation but Just Sol Smith this week.
pre corn whisky of full strength. Mr. Joe Groff, of Oxford, called in
So to see Mr. Smith last Sunday and to
spend a few minutes with him, while
-' the rest were gone to church to hear
,Ode oday from the largest distilleryin FloridaiBro.'Kingsley preach. Bro. Kings-
1'Ordr today from the largest distillery inley preached Floridaa most excellent ser-
mon. The writer was there and
witnessed it.
Well, the August picnic Is ap-
Sproaching, which is to be held at
ELj NE & COO Oxford on the fourth. Hope you
will be there, Mr. Editor.
".O Niti 1W ... Soreness of the muscles, whether In-
Sduced by violent exercise or Injury. Is
B+ Write ot Price List No. 2 quickly relieved by the free applica-
Stlon of Chamberlain's Liniment. This
S r' liniment is equally valuable for mus-
cular rheumatism, and always affords
quick relief.

The farmers surely will not grum-
OW BOUN ID PR ble about rain, for they are certain-
Sly getting plenty of it.
SMost of the neighbors have their
S. " fodder down, but can't get favorable
.,weather to cure -..
Bp" T A* M Little Charley Deas. who has been
A- P A. A quite sick with fever, is up agin.
Quite a crowd from our little
town went over to Silver Creek to
a mmmwl of 4 take a week for fishing. May they
uaa of Mee nf the Florida have good luck is our wish.
Mr. L. W. Wilson happened to
Etrx a er very bad luck some time ago. While
cutting some grass for his horse he
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"I had Jest fell over the bulwarks."
said the able seaman, "when along
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TO*e oode. Doeek. leg."
e. e. 3e, se. e.vw
6lS smped coO. "What did ye do then, mateyTr ask-
ucoy Ik.T. ed one of the patients.
S"Inever disputes none with sharks,"
NIU NIm9 9 the sailor. I let him have the
leg."-Harper's Weekly.
A Comnposer's Compliment.
Wagner once said he' would prefer
to go to Vienna to bear the walts of
Strauss to hearing Italian opera. On
a birthday of Mme Strauss some years
SflIago she had as guests many celebrated
R musicians. She passed around a tan
on which the different composers and
E YOU players were writing their names and
excerpts from compositions of their
Kidney 01 own. When It reached Brahms he
that is no' penned the first measure of the "B!ue
Danube" waltz and signed beneath.
-h 0of medi- "ot I regret to say, by your devoted
01CC Dc friend Johannes BrahmnL"
right's Ds- An Opinion.
There i ay, paw," said uttle Rollo. "why
do they call George Washington the
y delay, father of his country r
"I dunno, son, unless It was because
Bottlei, his country kept him bustling to keep
,,,w,,,, it out of trouble and then came to
L DEALERS look at him as a sort of old fosy
whose advice didn't amount to muck
IS PILLS anyhow."-Washigton Star.
Lm nAlwm What He Wanted.
-Lmti \ "-Be careful, young man. You ar&.
I elm the old saying. 'Marry In haste a ad rt
at?. pent at leisure.'"
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Most of our business was sus-
pended Tuesday, and quite a crowd
met at the S. A. L. depot to bid Miss
Irma Blake. Ocala's belle of the sea-
son. farewell, and she proceeded to
her home In Ocala. Miss Blake has
been the charming guest of Hon. I
and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann for sev-
eral weeks. On Monday evening
Mrs. Wartmann tendered, her a love-
ly farewell reception and dance,
when a few were Invited. Miss Till-
man, Miss Mervin Ray. Master Or-
ville Ray and Mr. Jenkins attended.
No doubt they had a grand time.
Miss Blake's many friends that she
has made here were very sorry to
see her depar. for home. *
Hon. Jack Williams and family
and niece. Miss Bingham, left Mon-
day morning for Daytona for a few
months stay.
Conductor Walter Ray is off of
his run for a few days. Conductor
Richardson Is in his place.
Mr. Ervin Wellhoner came down
Sunday from Palatka to see his wife.
who is improving fast.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker. of Island
Grove, Spent a few days here this
week, and attended the play Friday
night.
Miss Belle Leake, of Orlando. Is
here visiting her sister, Mrs. M. J.
Timmons.
Mrs. Thornton and children went
up to Worthington Springs Friday
to visit her parents.
Mrs. E. A. White has gone to
Pablo Beach.
Mrs. T. W. Tillman, of Palatka,
spent several days here this week
visiting her sister-in-law, Miss Julia
Tillman, our popular druggist.
Mr. M. A. Rice went up to Jack-
sonville Sunday to see Mr. Ralph
Bull, who we hope is improving.
Mr. C. W. Driver is now making
preparations to tear away the cot-
tage in his yard and will build a fine
two-story residence on the site,
much to the surprise of his friends.
Mr. J. P. Ausley, of Meadows, has
his house opposite the school build-
ing completed, and has moved his
family there.
Mr. Decker is remodeling the Tay-
lor building and will soon have a
fine residence.
People are still coming. Reports
are that two large families from
North Carolina will come in Septem-
ber.
The play of "Spinsters' Conven-
tion" Friday night was carried out
very nicely. A good crowd attended.
Cream was fine and a good little sum
was realized by the society. We are
sorry the program could not be got-
ten up this week-will try to get it
in next week-as information is
lacking and could not be secured for
this writing.
Mr. Harry Shaw. of Island Grove,
spent Sunday in our little city.
The Fort McCoy picnic Friday will
be attended by quite a number of
Citra people.
Mr. Otley Scott, of Orange Lake,
was in town last Wednesday.


, BmmTS w FuAS A VALUABLE WEEA
Conventions held every Moo-
day evening In Cast.e Hall. The Toess Thait is Used to Raim ie
over Peyse's store. A cordial fat o Co.
welcome to visiting knights. Ourreaders who never saw a
Sidney Haile, C. C. (spelled also teasel and teaie '
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S. even tassel) can gine a fr cam or
"swamp cattal.," set all over with at-
SI. *. F.* *te sti ff books. It Is the bar (or t-
Tulula Lodge. No. 2s sel or fower head or thistle top) of
I0. O0. P. meets ev- the plant dipsaeis, and aso .MntIs
O mery Tuesday evening It with cloth dressing that this mS eof
In Ynge's Hall. Visiting brothers al- it gave it Its botanicalel name, Dilpme
ways welcome. fullonum, or fuller's teasel.
W. C. Blanchard. N. However familiar to people who ve
M. 3M. Little. Secretary. in lands where the teasetls extenive-

OCALA AERIE ly gown the f may be that the
4 r prickly heads of that plant are alver-
NO. 1814 F.. E. sally used to raise the nap on cloth, a
multitude of persons in his country
Meets every first and probably never beard of it and wl hbe
bird Wednesday even- astonbhed to learn In what enormous
ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren quantities the plant Is raised.
away welcome. In France alone severaltem
F. W. Ditto. President. n Frce alne
W. C. Moore, Secretary. seres of land are exclusively devoted
to the cultivation ef the teasel. French
OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO.41 . R.M. manufacturers use many tbo -and dol-
OTB. M lars' worth of the prickly heads and
Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30. at r worth of uti pro w oef 1 d
Yong. s Hall. W. Gray, C. of export thousands of ton of them, val-
ued at perhaps millions of dollMr.
-Hundreds of tons are produced In Aus-
F. & A.M. trial England Belgium, Poland anad
t- tle Crimea.
Aa Marion-Dunn Lodge The prickle. of the teasel e
No. 19 meets in the The pricklbe of the tesel
temple on the first and small knob at the end. and this .xunt-
third Thursday even- ed on an elastic stem and set with
ings of each month. Visiting brothers great precision on the central splndle,
cordially invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M. affords a little brush, such, It Is amid,
W. V. Wheeler. Secretary. as the utmost mechanical skill has
-- never been able to rival, at all events
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M. at the same price.-New York Herald.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the 4th A LOST MINE.
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottlieb, H. P. The Tragic Legend That Is Associated
Jake Brown, Secretary. With Bald Mountain.
The legend of a lost mine has given
OCALA LODGE to Bald mountain, In Placer county,
NO. 286 Colo., a fascinating Interest for pree-
pectors. Tradition is that early in the
B3. 1. 0. E. fifties of the last century three men
SMeets second Tuesday disappeared from an Immigrant party
evening in each month going over the old Gap trail. Search
until October. Visit- for them was without avail, and they
Ing brethren always welcome. were finally reported dead by the
Bradford Webb, Exalted Ruler. searchers.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary. Where or how they wintered no one
knows, but the following spring rag-
FORT KING CASI ged. shoeless and demoralized, they
Sle.d into Michigan Bluff. Their blan-
.J p Nw. 14. kets were converted Into sacks, and
with them they brought gold dust to
Next regular monthly meeting will the amount of $10.000 or $15,000.
be held Friday evening, Aug. 13th, at Spending but a single night within
7:30 o'clock in Yonge's Hall. Visiting the conS es of civilizion and giving
iovereigns are always welcome, the confne. of civlizatlon and givng
M. M. Little, C. C. no information as to the location of
Chas.. K. Sage. Clerk. their large claim, they were followed
on their return trip, and a few weeks
later their murdered bodies were found
OGCALA PRESSIK8 CLUB inone of te dreary canyons that ar...
the face of the desolate peak.
W. F. MARLOW, Proprietor, Since then many a man has sought
this lost mine, but apparently Its Itu,
Rates reasonable. All goods press- munity is as certain as that of the
ed and cleaned on short notice and uny acea
delivered promptly. All transient treasure of Captain Kidd.-Phlladel-
work not called for in 30 days will phia North American.
be sold for charges.
Pensive Butlers.
RATE, ONE DOLLAR A MONTH The fashion of building houses with
the entrance doors practically on a
level with the street gives the obsery-
L. ALEXANDER ng stroller on Fifth avenue some hu-
morous glimpses of butlers on duty.
Practical In the house of one of the most fash-
CARPENTER AD BUILDER unable families in town the butler can
CARPENTR AND UIL be seen standing behind the bronze
Careful estimates mane on all grill and glass doors staring disconso-
contract work. wrves more and bet. lately out at the pausing throng for
ter work for the money than any most of the afternoon, while across
other contractor In own. the street from this hesoue the same
--- kind of an entranceway often dis-
eloses a gUimpse of a fanctionary of
IA the same class seated ln a poetical at-
head supported by his hand. Outside
"1 r"e al of a hospital they are probably the
**ttused aim k.orood enseswaleb en^e saddest looking men In New York.--
odo imeanygolI bus I have toned she righ h Jug
at laset. My fa- warn full of pmpe d black* New York Press.
eads.. Ahfser asking seareta they all left. I m
eonunulngs the ne og them a*d reemmeadln g
bem to my_ frlenml. I feel nn* waen I rise n the
osic. ,one to have hamnce to reomme.1 Trhe Gordian Knot.
redt wr c. wleu. sI s.-. ewaMruk. M.J. When one of Uncle Sam's msailor's, a
(e man named Gordon, formerly serving
ets for on one of our vessels In a West Indian
pltal In Washington he described with
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