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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03221
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Buenos Ayres, July 17.-In keeping
with promise to Senor FK-nseca. Argen.
tine minister at La Paz, the Bolivian
government has sent a note to the Ar-
gent ine government expiring Its
profound regret at recent se.-r.nces
at La Pas, where hostile demonstra-
tions were made against the Argentine
Republic because o8 diaatisfaactlon
over that government's award In the
boundary dispute In Peru and Bolivia.

Is always found ina uTe same nouse
with Ballard's Snow Liniment It
keeps every member of the family free
hrm aches and pis it beals cuts.
burns and scalds and cures rheuma-.
tism, neuralgta, lumbago and an mus-
cular soreness and stiffness. Sc, Src
and 11 a bottle. At all druggists.
Naivashi. B. & A., Juy 17.-Colonel
RM M.-MSo t
Roosevelt killed a three-ton hippopo-
tamus 'on the southern shore of the
lake yesterday.
A western Judge granted a divoree
on account of ll-temper and bad
breath. Dr. King's New Life Pillts
would have prevented it They cure
constipation, causing bad breath and
liver trouble the ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaches, conquer
ahIlt 9& .* anI

Fer Densst, Crusty and Heartissasa
Mrs. Lucy Sayler Seens to he
Abest tie Limit
Watieae, I1. July 17-Mrs Lney Bay-
ler has made admission which are
said to be without precedent In this
part of the state. Mrs. Sayler is the
widow of John B. Sayler. vice-presi-
dent of the Crescent City National
Bank. shot and killed In his ew homene
on Sunday night by Dr. Wmi. Miler,
a leading physician. At the Inquest
Mrs. Bayler testiUfsed that fo three
years relations existed between her-
self and Mr. Miller. The physician
frequently lived In the Sayler home
when his family was away and the In-
trigue was carried on under the eyes
of the husband and eighteen-year-old
After the physician had put four
bullets Into her husband's body. she
calmly toak the sinyer Into the lining
room. made him cup of coffee, and.
binding up a bullet wound In his hand,
which he either purposely or accident-
ally inflicted, sent him off to his own
bome. She entirely ignored the body
of her husband In the next room. Her
frset was to telephone to Watseka
for a physician to attend to Dr. Miller's
"About ten years ago my brother
was 'held-up' in his work. health and
habsppiness by what was believed to be
hopeless consumption," writes W. R.
[iscomb. of Washington, N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment from several doctors, bpt found
no help ti he used Dr. Kings New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He is a well man today."
It's quick to relieve and the mMsurest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
hages, coughs and colds, bronchitis, Ia
gripped, asthma, and all bronchial at-
fectionse. c and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.

Hundreds of Peeple Killed by an
Earthquake in the Pepenesus
London. July 17.-A telegram from
Greece says that 3ee people were kill.
ed or injured In an earthquake yes-
terday afternoon in the province of
Ells. southern Greece. Hot water ias
flowing from newly opened springs,
snd the water In the rivers has turn-
ed lEd.
Earthquake Felt at Senta Barmbara, CatL
Banta Barbara. Cal. July 17.-A
sharp earth tremor a felt here yes-
terday. The shock was very distinct.
No damage was done.
means that man and wife have lived
to a good old age and consequently
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your liver
does its duty 56 days out of 365. The
only way 6o do this Is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbine In the house and take
it whenever your liver gets inactive.
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-
Glenn Curtiss of Lang Island Made a
S31-Mimnute Flight
Iew York, July 17.-Glenn H. Cur-
tiss made a flight In his aeroplane
yesterday which comes close to the re-
cord made by the Wright brothers.
Curtiss, who started at a point in
Long Island, kept his machine in the
he was ready to come down he eased
the machine to earth without appar-
ent effort and made a safe landing.
Everyone would be benefited by tak-
ing FPoley's Orino Laxative for stom-
ach and liver trouble and habitual
constipation. It sweetens the stom-
clh and breath, gently stimulates the
nlver and regulates the bowels and Is
much superior to pils and ordinary
lasatives. Why not try atoley's Orino
Laxative today? Sold by all druggists

You can never be quite sure where
a cold Is going to hit you. In the fall
and winter it may settle in the bowels.
producing severe pain. In the summer
It may give you a colic with diarrhoea
or summer complaint Do not be
alarmed nor torment yourself with
fears of appendicitis or Inflammation
of the bowels. At the first sign of the
pdln or cramp take Perry Davis'
Painkiller in warm, sweetened water
and relief will come at once. There
Is but one PaInkiller. Perry Davis'. It
is now put up in a large 35c size as
well as the regular 50c. sise. 5



PIttsburg, July 17.-The Pennsylva-
nal railroad has asked bids on 20.000
all steel freight cars, the Baltimore and
Ohio on 8,000 and the Chicago and
Northwestern on 6,000, making a total
of 34,*00 cars which are to be bought
The Jones & Laughlin Steel Co. is
filed with orders until the first of
January, as is the Cambria Steel com-
pany. while the Lackawanna Steel
company is taking new orders at a
premium of from $1 to $3 a ton.

A powder to be shaken Into the shoes.
If you have tired, aching feet, try Al-
len's Foot-Ease. It rests the feet and
makes new or tight shoes easy. Cures
aching, swollen, hot, sweating feet
Relieves corns and bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort Try it
today. Sold by all druggists. For
free trial packages, also free sample
of the Foot-Ease Sanitary Corn-pad,
a new Invlaw tlon, address, Allan S.
Olimsted, Lroy. N. Y. 6

Seward, Alaska, July 17.-The Unit-
ed States revenue cutter Perry yester-
day seized the Japanese sealing vessel
Taki, with eighteen men, while they
were killing seals within three miles
of the Pribylof Islands. The Taki and
her crew were taken to unalaska.
often receive severe burns 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 25e at all

New York. July 17.-It Is reported
here on good authority that a merger
of all telephone companies doing bu.i-
ness In the southern states Is immi-

attended by the htlghest priced baby
specialist could not be cured or stom-
achtor bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby if you give it
McGOee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
hoea, dysentery and all derangements
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
cents and 5 cents. Sold by all drug-
Live Oak. Fla., July 17.-The state
Farmers' Union met in convention here
this week with many representatives
from all over the state. Much interest
was manifested.

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
DeWltt'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-
tt's 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 all druggists.
LOST-Smith & Wesson .38-caliber
revolver. Wednesday night Will pay
liberal reward for Its return to M. F.
Dodson, at Hogan's. 7-3-5t


A Story of Love and Adventure we the
Little Known Ceast of South-
western America

(By Louit Tracy.)

Mrs. Eddy, Hh Prists of Science,
Eighty-eight Yeres of Age
Boston, July 18.-Notwithstanding
the recent reports jileging her to be
dear or very near dead. Mrs. Mary
fBaker G. Bddy, the founder of Christ-
ian Scepee, added another milestone
to mher s journey yesterday and ac-
oednlag to those In closest touch with
he, she passed the day in accordance
with the routine she has followed for
several years. At her beautiful home
on Chestnut Hill she spent the morn-
lag Iu reading and writing and after
luncheon she took her customary drive.
This daily drive Mrs. Eddy has set-
dom missed since she removed to
Brookline from Concord, N. H.. two
years ago.
Naturally enough. Mrs. Eddy does
not think much of birthdays or of
their cumulative effects and in accord-
ancee with her wish there was no ob-
servance of the anniversary at Chest-
nut HilL Her views in regard to the
matter are well known to her follow-
ers and friends, and as a consequence
she received few congratulatory mes-
sages or floral tributes.

most telligent peopletoneaset!y
lass of no composition. There
ore t is tha Dr. Pere's medicines, the
make /w ich print every ingredient
entering hem upon the bottle wrap.
pers and att its cmunder oath,
are daily lag in favor. The com-
pMlon o( IPierce's medidmes is open
to everybody, Pierce bel rouns
of h vi *
tion turned fly Ip his topug be n
con ien t tat J~t er ah conpmo
p Bing wholly ar e ofthe suve
edc nal principles extracted from -
ive forest roots, by exact processes
original with Dr. Pierce, and without the
use of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and
chemically pure glycerine being used in-
stead in extracting and preserving the
curative virtues residing in the roots
employed, these medicines are entirely
free from the objection of doing harm
by creating an appetite for either al-
ohoUic beverages or habit forming
drugs. Examine the formula on their
bottle wrappers-the same as sworn to by
Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his
"Golden Medical Discovery," the great,
blood-purifier, stomach tonie and bowel
regulator-the medicine which, while not
recommended to cure consumptio In its
advanced stages (no medicine will do that)
ret doer cure all those eatarrhal condl.
im of head and throat, weak stomach,
torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weak
lungs and hang--n-coughs, which, if n
elected or badly treated lead up to a4
finally terminate In consumption.
Take the "(olden Medical Discovery
IatLa i and it is not likely todisappofnt
u if only on give it a itnwu and
fair trial, Donat expect miracleL It
won't do supernatural things. You must
exercise your patience and persevere in its
use for a reasonable length of time to get
Its full benefits. The ingredients of which
Dr. Pierce's medicines are composed have
the unqualified endorsement of scores of
med cai leader-bestir than any amount
of lay, or non-profesonal testimon al.
They are not given away to be experi-
tendt with but are sold by anll daless a
medidss at reasonable prics .




P. O. Box 46.




Opea; Into the Lob ,, cf the Ocals

wsrtf a oeat Tonw k1ar a memty
Lop when I strke the dasm"
"Mr. Boyle. I call on yeao to od
Boyle explained luridly that the
American was doing a balancing act
on the rail eight feet above his bead.M
Eltsie. taking her eyes off Suare for an
Instant, discerned Gray's figure sil-
honetted against the sky. She yielded.
"There is a rope ladder fastened to
the lowest rail near where the canoe
was moored," she said.
"Is there to be any catcbh-as-catch-can
business. Boy!er" demanded Gray.
"No. All this is mighty unfair to
-You have my sympathy, friend, but
you can't leave the ship. Now. Miss
Maxwell, come alongside. Boyle is
going to be good. He doesn't mean
half he says anyhow."
As the cane slipped out of the denre
gloom of the ship's shadow the Argen-
tine squatted on hisa knees In the bows.
Gray placed himself amidships, and
Elsie snt aft. holding the revolver In
her right band and the dog's collar in
her left Tue American groped for and
found a paddle, which be plied vigor-
"Guess you'd better discourse." said
be over his shoulder when the light
craft was well clear of the ship.
"You understand Spanish. I think?"
"Please tell Suares to cease pad-
dling and listen. Doa't move. I can
trust you. but 1 may have to shoot
-Best hapd me that popgun, Miss
MaxwelL The gentleman in front
seems to have a wholesome respect for
you already. Anything yon say gus
where be Is concerned. I am taking
your word for it his name Is Suarex.
but he looks and smells more lIke an
!I forced him to dress Ia his dis-
carded clothes. He may be able now
to scare any of the sa vages we come
acres. But why should I give you
my weapon. Mr. Gray?"
"Becamuse i can hit most things i
aim at, whereas you are more likely
to Iore a hole through me as a pre-.
liminary. Moreover, you have the dog.
with you. and even the wisest uoI may
bark at the wrong moment You must
have both hands at liberty to choke his
"Do you pledge your word to go on
with my scheme?"
"That is what I am here for."
"Take the revolver, then."
"Sure it's loaded?"
"Quite sure. I have fifteen extra
artridges: but. as I have practiced re

filling It in the dark, give It to me if
you have occasion to empty it."
"You seem to have thought this thing
out pretty fully."
"I intend to succeed. Now. please, I
must explain what I want Soares to
Speaking In Sponlsh, slow and clear.
while the canoe drifted steadily up the
tbay with the rising tide. Elsie unfohr
ed her project. Behind the guardian
cliff of Otter creek a ridge of rocks
created a small natural harbor. It
was the custom of the Alaculofa wint
the weather was calm and they meant
to use their craft at daybreak to an-
chor most of their vessels In this shel-
tered breakwater. At other times the
canoes were drawn ashore. but ushe ra
soned that such a precaution would
not be taken during the present excite-
That was the first part of her pro-
gramme-to capture the entire fleet. In-
cluding the lifeboat In any event, sh<
Intended to go next to the hidden cleft
at the foot of Guanaco bhill trusn ig to
the dog's sagacity to reveal the re-
treat where she believed that her lover
and many of his men were hidden. !f
a squad of Indians mounted guard
there, the reappearance of Suarez in
his war paint, backed by the alarm of a
night attack from the sea. might na.VH
tify the enemy sufficiently to permit of
a landing, while the frequent rp'. ts
of the revolver would certainly lead to
a counter demonstration by Coorteuay
Gray listened to the girls cool state
meont with growing admiration. The
plan began to look feasible. It came
within the bounds of reason. The
odds were against It. of course. but the
law of probability is seldom in favor
of a forlorn hope. Suares, too, making
the best of a situation which gave him
no option, agreed that they had a fair
chance If once they got hold of the
canoes. Nevertheless he warned them
that he knew nothing of the surround-
ings of Guanaco hilL He be:leved
there were no reefs on that side of the
inlet, but he had never visited It.
Their greatest peril lay amid the al-
most Impenetrable trees which grew
down to the water's edge. On his ad-
vice Gray unshipped the mast and
threw it overboard. Then silence be-
came imperative. If aught were said.
they must speak in the merest whis-
The canoe darted forward again with
stealthy haste. The night was clear,
though dark. The stars helped them
to distinguish the outlines of the shore
now coming rapidly nearer. As they
crept round the southern cheek of
Point Kansas the Argentine ceased
paddling and placed a warning hand
em Gray's arm. The cliff was so high


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CHAPTER .r'111ti
BOYLE was very angry. 'It was
a situation which demanded
earnest words, and they were
forthcoming. Elsie understood
them to mean that sahe need not be
nla such a purple hurry to disappear
Into the darkness without the least ex-
planation. Thereupon she bade Suares
baek the canoe a little.
"I am sorry It is necessary to steal
away in this fashion." abshe said. and
the coolness of her tome was highly
exasperating to a man who could no
more detain bet than be could move
the Kansas unaied. have a plan
which requires only a bit of good for-
tune to render it practicable. I have
two assistants-Suares, whose aid I
am compelling, and Joey. who is quite
eager. There is no use in risking any
more lives. If I do not return you may
be sure the worst has happened."
"But what is your plan?" roared
Boyle. "It may be just sheer n0-
mame. Tell me what it is, an' I swear
by the nautical almanac I shall not
prevent you from carry n' it out it It
has any reason behind It."
"I am going to collect all the lndian
canoes," was the amazing answer. "I1
know it can be done from what 8uares
has said. Once we have the canoes Il
midchannel we can set most of them
adrift and bring Captain Courtenay
and the others back to the ship in four
or five, which we will tow to Guanaco
hilL And now goodby again!".
"One moment, Miss Maxwell," broke
In Gray's quiet voice from the upper
deck. "You can't engineer that scheme
with a one man erew and he sick and
unwilling. I am going with you. You
must take me aboard, wet or dry."
"I am well armed and shall admit of
no interference," she cried.
"I promise to obey orders."
"If I wanted you, Mr. Gray, I should
have sought your help."
"It is one thing or the other, a wrig-
gle down a rope or a high diving act."
"You have no right to imlposee such
an alternative on me."
"I hate it myself, and I can't dive

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No consumptives. Hot and Cold sulphur Baths, Mtasic, Dewih a- -aB.
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party dad hnmdly. radm
information address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Fbrerm y maawr of Kea
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-M CMa A. Bi d4Wd at the
.. e of her astor at Hastings Wed-
3ad, July 14th. Mrs. Billing was
a siir le M". eiow *&0. Maqard. of
Oa,'Iho w" a with her when she

Mr. 3. P. Reats,/who likes to give his
triedas a od time as wen as ay ae
is the werld, tok alf a hundred
people from Ocala and vicinity over
s railroad to Fort McCoy yesterday.
Tb were over a thousand people at
the pme mand they had a good time.
P- sa eddmesm woea made by Rev. W.
IL. Dad, RMv. IL C. Martin and Hon.
W. D. COn. The people of lfort Mc-
SM osie their wenl established
Vpr--i ion I pltny and gave
iier usl a dmer that would have
IMle eM -i n-- mle.
Mr. Rasts says the dea of a short
lie railroad from Oeal to Palatka
amt deed but only sleeping. It is such
a plan proposition for the food of our
eiy that we smod thenk our wpeoplet
od 6e aser to help him awaken it.

The fllowlng f -n the Savannah
News may iceSft some of the boys
who are growiNg old:
"We are told that the man fifty years
or more old who Is out of employment
stad. a poor chase of getting em-
p .ement, a d statisuM gathered by
i.the.w TYak Times appear to bear
4- that slatment. employers, it
oems, prefer to take Into their service
a mu of twenty-ive rather than oie
or twki that age. They look to youth-
Shesem fore ergy and enthusiasm. The
ma atf ifty they, think is 'too old.'
"Iamployers who hold to that Idea are
obsessedd oft a 'old age' b boo tht
AsMtay doesn't exist. The man of
fty who has taken care of himself In
mi.d and body Is not too old for active
asid Imteitivent sevk&e. The man half
hi ag may move about faster and
; mak e more noWe; may be able to en-
dure lager hours and lift heavier
.e "Wights. But the man of fifty Is settled
SI s h IlIabIts: he Ism learned the les-
S\ saon of onervatlam and thoroughness:
b he has been trained In the hard school
t experience and know what is the
ath a ing to do under certain on-
thM M..e dsesIanli a *bD
Sehon. but la. olatese what e
SI ebee w
'/. "1^ A Sun. %:1 for10191eth
A mahid -oray.
<",I toauth 4 esnezo the ladiythe al
st be h.nndered Wen It comIe to
ava"ilablty to do certain work. The
e t make any difference one Way
Sor the other..- One Individual may be
t" o W at thirty and another quite
young enough at sixty. Youth is by
Sr ef thad only valuable aseet In the
make-up of a man. Character. Intall -
oaes, Wm ingness, thoroughnesa, de-
penda blIty count for far more than
mre youth and animal spirits. Truly
emoat youth accompanied by the dar-
dinal vrtuee ts highly desirable, ibut
middle II tl ft4Whia nome virtue l~ss
M IN o lAaeat TThe personal emua-
.ti douli govern. No capable maa In
Sit s-ai s t heoo old.' As.
tW Ua6y obe hlown and
his emper' advantage. A sound
em Id *I do the work
Set. eifllrtY Ian e t times in
ia wi doit better.*

Bigamist Johnson, of San Francisco.
haa been giving advice on courtship
and marriage. He ought to be able
to speak as an expert. In view of the
fact that he can remember having
married seventeen women, and belles-
e thme w s several other whose
names he couldn't recall at the time.
le went into marrying as a money-
making business and mays the finan-
cial end of tse enterprise was fairly
successful. "I am not a hypnotist."
said Johsen, "but I have only to meet
Sa woman a fewtimes and I know just

be soft and sweet with a woman. Treat
her a little hash and be a little dis-
taunt and she will come to you. If I
saw a woman that I liked I would
mate up my mind I would make, her
love me. and I seldom failed.- Nor
was Johason boasting of his powers
of fateeination. There were the seven-
teen (pls) wives to prove what he
said. Be eoud show the goods.
S "'Does your husband belong to any
elba, Mrs. Dubberly." asked the lady,
aesading to the Chicago Record Her-
"enae but the Knights of the Mys-
tie Blalrway."'
"The Mystic Stairway? I never
heard of that order.-
*. 'Tere lucky. The members are
--ple."ed to assist the brother who neaul
S" help to rsach home and to carry him
upstair., provided they are able to
S-trust 'themselves on stairs that go
.ro une d and round, and after that to try
to -k his wife believe that he was
maisnd with sudden Illness an! hat
-theyr a--hatered an overdose of
a"dy er setting of thekind for
orpemns Of revivt h-him."

The Mobile Regieter. democratic.
at. -"hm tax on corporation earn-
wIn- wlW rather heavily upon public
-. i"e erpqualtme for the ynaon
tha te args such corporations
J,"* -- m- are aeneraliw fed by stat-


soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
POR 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. L. depot. Apply
34 OkJawaha 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 10x12. Price 50 cents. To
be had of Tompkins & Cobb.



Honorable Offi.e
(Special to the Star.)
Pensacola, Fla., July 17.-In an in-
terview In the Evening News of this
afiernoon. Hon. W. A. Blount prac-
t.aly announces his candidacy for the
ntred States Senate.' Mr. Blount says
he has been arranging his business and
professional matters with views of en-
tering the contest. He hopes to round
out his career in the service of the
The Birmingham News. a democrat-
ic paper says: "So far as tariff re-
yVo Is concerned, the leader of the
|trepblcan party had little or no idea
of revising the tariff so as to deprive
tbh. political supporters and allies.
the A'terests,' of the tremendous trib-
Ul ihey have been levying on the lpo-
plDifor many and all the claims
In the Senate and House to the con-
trary are buncombe pure and simple.
The result Is that the people will have
to go ahead paying this tribute to the
favored Interests so long as the re-
publican party is allowed to remain in
power, and that is all there is to it.*
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. 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.
Sieence has proved catarrh to be a
bona ttutonal disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatmerft.
Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally In
does 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 f6r any case
It falls to cure. Send for circulars and
testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY
& CO, Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug-
gists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.

Bill WI)l Probably be Ready to Vote
on Tuesday
Washington. July 17.-Tonight will
see the end of the work of the Sen-
ate. and House conferees on the tariff
bill and a substantial agreement upon
the questions at issue except five
propositions: Iron ore. coal, hides,
oil and lumber, upon which the presi-
dent stands firm for radical reductions
or= an entire abolition of the
&thi way ibhe confere4. de-
rbe propositlins: "'The national
issues, rates on silks and woolen goods,
were determined today. The Senate
won on both of these Important sub-
jects. On silks there will be consid-
'.r ae oever *the exstHng- du-
ties and on woolens there will be no
change from the present law except as
regard to wool tops, which will be
given a new classification."
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the president of the Indus-
trial and Orphan's Home at Macon.
Ga., who writes: "WVe have used
b 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.
Winsted, Conn., July 17.-Lena
Schmidt. of Naugatuck. while holding
a hatpin in her mouth five years ago
had a violent fit of coughing and swal-
lowed the pin.
The airl grew Into womanhood and
married. Early this summer she com-
plained of pains in her chest, and suf-
fered slight hemorrhages. A few days
ago she was attacked with a fit of
coughing, and ejected the missing hat-
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfume. powders and

Sent which was essential, though it the idea that the powerful current had I. -
f A MEAN TRiCK ON A CHINAMAN added to the danger of the enterprise, probably carrie them a ggqd a
a Fa "n"so J y 7-Sever By sheer good fortune, however, they pootbward of the point they were aqi- "
.and H n s wo se blundered against th e lifeboat. A dog lag is et H ge that they sb e-
tthlr vaeationI n theRussian river barrked, and Elsie -ad a thrilling struo-g- boldly pull a qurtWa of a mile or aa RINr ft.ft "--- M"
e country near Guerr.sville played a gle witbi Joey, who was furious that against the tide and then try their
mean trick on Chinese laundryman this unlooked (fr Insolence should go luck. Their progress, ofcoure, became .. *- "
named Hop Lee because he refused to unanswered. The sl tqless cur that slower than ever, and Elsie began to
deliver their washing without pay. yelped ashore speedily subsided, but it Aespair that they would ever find the '** *'
The boys waylaid the Chinambn last appeared to be an age before Snares eat-th qf the stream which ran i /TI
night and havg b his armsand again. He knew better than his through the cleft It the hill when sh iP-ai.--- .
railroadtrestle T unfortunate man companions l ow ready the ndlans suddenly saw the luminous crescents.
was found by fishermeut early in the were to note sueb ntinei challenges. which heralded the sunrise over tlA,
morning swinging in midair,. His I Us found the painter of the life- Ipner mountain rage. They could not M RIMS
scalp was strained, but he sustained ---- -- visible unless there was a break liIn,.y. LIMIIU u-i
no oth.r injury. e l tat locality. n'tow CLINNw oscugwCs
'I'ul it now." she whispered te
!F YOU KNEW WHAT EE PM N ly, and with a little further effort they
Sth merits of the Texas Wonder. you round that the boat was traveling not .
P would never suffer from kidney, blad- against but with the tide. which was WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FISK 1IRfSt*S
der of rheumatic trouble. bottle two flooding a small offshoot of the main
0 month's treatment. Sold by drugi;,ts E esta. WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPULS. AUTO
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr. Precaution became not only uaeless. REPAIRING AND TIRE VULCANIZIK %ON *
E. W. Hall, 29!6 Olive Street, St. I but impossible. They were all worn
LouisMo.butImpossible. They were all wr
Lous Mo out. Nothing but the most lnfexible PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICES.
"SHOOT TO KILL"A determination on the part of Elsie and
~SHOOT TO KILL" ;~'w. Gray. eked out by a certain desponding |A n UhU PA
Pittsburg. July 17.-"Shoot to kill if / | fear of both of them felt by 8 areALA I WUKSh, 11.5 F I .
a man reaches for a gun." This is the had sustained them thus far. They
order under which members of the went on and on. They swept rapidly
state constabulary are working at the Into the jaws of a precipitous defile,
Schoonville oilant of the PresseanSteel the lofty crest on either haW comniag -
Car company. owing to the increasing shsM- momentarUy nearer against the bright-
gravity of the strike situation., ening sky. It did not seem credible
that this sheer cut through the heart
A-AN BARGAINS e. Nd5. Se 5.VMe l. of a gigantic bill could continue for
An *ight-inch Westinghouse electric Her first c oice,-ber lagn m ope than a few yards nor that any.
fan that I- positively guaranteed to; coce,-ad her choce thing save a bird could find foothold
hrn only three conts worth of elec- A a on It steep ide Yet the current
'-;city in tSn hours steady runrin U A
SIe them nt nree. H. W. Tucker, the Y A owed lh oothlytonwardhrloug a
_lta.. .. -- wealth of vegetation which clung pw T a .U ahijel- lrlaam
_Aeetrh-al siip!,ly man. eaepuse di..... ..s

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gard to White Springs
Editor Star: An artite In the Star (Continued From First Page)
was called to my attention this even-
ing. which doeq me an injustice. I am
quoted as saying that the Camp Lum- the canoe In skirting this barrier, whtle N
er Co.. at White Springs, has been their ears caught the marmar of the Have Your Lawn Mow er Sh r ene .
closed for a year. I never made a.t' swift current amid the numerous tiny H a e- IA :.6-*,..
such statement to a representative of channels of the rocks. Soddaely this
the Star. or anyone else. swirl and hum of fast flowing water _Mi.uS
What I said was in a personal on- ceased. Elsie and ry become aware ..
onvetionatnd threlated to t C that that Sares was cautiously drawing
I.ople was when I stated that except h ef Inboard asnin. Then his pad-
uring the falIn the cotton seaon, die dipped with a noiseless stroke. TheW e.h j ei o
White Springs was entirely dependent canoe was Inside the Alaculof harbor.
on the springs and the .amp Lumberi The midnight blackness was now L 'Iu ,
Co I would ba an ingrate to "knock"; something that had a gense of actina
the Camp people at White Springs, as obstruction in it. It seemed that a for th. pf g tin mg laJa aS
they were the best customers I hadhand put forth would encounter a
there andn fact, to ay wall. The tide was here. but no per-
against any business firm of White ; crnt obl.
Springs would be untrue In me. ceptiblecu nt. For all they could yor
I have no kick on White springs or ,ell to tn C haros t oit aveoyu O ar ROe, 8
ts people in any way. attemptto been' f Otin In C(harons boat acro, Mower in se s igH
in top l aY ad t- ," -o 'a por. .
revive the Herald there was unfor- some Stysu:ailo pool. it till be h
trmpt left me in d-bt, but I d' t heart f.:iled bar. Here was a dfl-- old style w y, w hiI
blame any one in Wh te Spring for lty hich. desper.e courage could old style w", wMih
my failure. except that there was not iot surmount There mlg!1t te dozens
enough newspaper bus nes r of canoes moored on all swdesa but to
support such a paper as I was print-of ne red on llshdes. but tos
Ing. as all thosewhotried the ame discover them in tils pitch darkness -
field before failed as I did. No one, was so obviously Impossible that she
c:n regret this error, as it puts me ini almost made Up her mind to*abandmlon
a false lisht with the people of my this- part of her eutrprise. Yet the t u
native county. W. E. Griffi. narrow Iveaiued Fuegian craft she was -
The Star regrets the mistake. a nd t -- htht w.tu a ce r a -
the trouble it has caused Mr. Grf hunts.wl"'e Ueesr rt
and the people of White Springs. he .
ike erthinelte on this mun- She wasas determined ever to
(ane sphere, makes mistamces, but is crTOs the bay and endeavor to comwAq-
always ready to correct huul make rep- nicate with the imprisoned men But
aration. she reognized the absurdity of the 41
thought that Courtenay and Tolle-
lag.he would consent to escape In the
u eamoe sad leave the others to their
fate, even it s'ck a thing were pleracti-
cable. Oddly enough. the ,ue person "1o") n t prp pace. Soon W ash ngton mi B .'
whose daring might reasobli be a w-. e exrienced a steady pull on the
/ pected gave no signs of the lpas of .d."
d ?oubted Suaveo used forward agse rope. Her little fleet was in motion North Ae, and Paetsdres AtlSata Aa. B&ar0*2 0e a 04 ID A J
S^- doubt. SurGa shed forward fo ray ltw to help In the paddling. girls and young ladlesa Boarditag department strictly Uea d ti
I itemy. lHe knew what E;'ie had for- cocaine home lt. Classes divided nto small sections to se r
YOU APE CEtten-that ie each canoe used by theof the e, and she heard the ppe itr on.tF. pilfy of eighteen specialists. Co- rvategy
YOUR APPEARNCE dians ther ew ,-efully pre- ripple q,, &&nits you to -V
of the water against the piank of the Macon. etc. hrr
Will not suffer If you have to weao served tire. whose charcoal eprs re- Imat Then Suarez called a bait and a pUcatmThirty:"r
Wil.l ntse .f taied some heat and glow all night. p ar. _rl-W6 ,-. ,
e l are The t tlimatlon of this fact was It would i better, he advised, to
They are improving to mos voealed by tlhe pupgent fumes while ic se the ars te be boat than at-
ple's looks when fitted by one who pvroned them. Elsie could not help ustempt to tow It acr theg :y boat tha n at-
understands how. uttering a little gasp of relief. Them re t from a canoe They would gan A I .
Your eyesight is too precious to was a siUgbt iovrment In front Gray time and be safer. So they eclim4d : : -
neglect. You owe them all the at. leaned back and touelld her hand. Into the lifeboat, bt coped to tow. -
tention and care that they may need. "uare ys," he wbispeed, "that "MTaioes. A '
kR..1 ) t he-d BONEY,-ht WHS ls I 0 the ei Ir o ve iI ght,. s
They et Careful Attention Here you are to be ready with your tow re*rpu, somewhat weak froap isR E
a Copes. An he secures each canoe be o
DR D M BONEY, will pa it along to me. You will be equal to the strain of a ontined 1Iespo
Eyesight Specialist, able to see ts outlines by the dim uoat so te nd Gray took two eer
*Ocala, Fla. glimmer of the fir. h.t bow will you each and allowed their companlou to
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and manage about the dog? He iy came rest When. judging'by the surround-
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office alarm ll they were half way acro '
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary Muc. to Joey's disgust, he was forth the let, Gray ,stooped low aIn the boat
Block with muzaled with a piece of rope-not struck a match a 4 419od at his
*ooe- that this device would stop him ef- watch. It was long after I e*<'oc
TAFT CAUSES THE fectually from barking, but Eisle There could be no doubt-whateve tbOf
STANDPATTERS TO TREMBLE thought be would so resent the lodig- the dawB would flnd theni far from ihe
alty t he might pay less heed tO ship, no mettir 1ww fortunate the
Washington. July 17.-All doubt as oater CrUMimaancest. S needed no might be In their further aTWtgres.g
to where President Taft stands with Warning that Indians were ne,-. f.he It was well for Elste tat pe .
regard to a downward revision of the Argentina paner's description of the leam1d bow to .cnlJ whequ .
tariff was swept away yesterday when community which dwelt on Otter creek teens and that Wr muscles were M
the statement was given out at the ade herunderstand tta there were fair condition owing to 9tW ll
White House setting forth in detail h er .th. a. .. fi n ow th fel eSshe
what the president had to say to 23 hundreds within hail. __nis. Even so. she frenta, sOW
republican members of Congress who A great joy leaped up in her when cot .Ivpr bold out against the sus -
called to protest against putting raw the first canoe came under her hand. tained stress of that pull acres the
material on the free list. It was quite easy to manipulate tho bay. The heavy boat. nteIde tq bf ,.
The president declares that the re- painter rope. The stem bad a notched rowed by six men, had the added bl-
publican party Is committed to a knob provided for this very purpose, den of four canoes. It was bak A
Downward revision, that ti, never had and there was a stermpost against breaking work, bg t ulp fiHtbt)pr fatpr .
any other idea in the Chicago plat- hieh a steeramaa might press a pad- ed nor sighed until Pures saf4 i -.
form and that he personally has sa thus swerve the c oe in any Let me take your place now, ll" stt l 9
people. This statement Is interpeted A itiO. But -t ws slow work. The ta. In. ten minutes we shall be at tn : 'l
nT sme uarters he in the light of a graft e ieOoed without a3y s1n- mouth of the creek, though beas -
direct notification to the conferees on balance dt order, yet Snares was forced qily knows how. we shall find It." I
the tariff that if the measure they to secure them In a definite sequence Hg dd4 not exaggerate In thus
finally agree on does not constitute a ,or a string of half a doaen would be- pressing hibts fear. Tinei ad piaglS
material reduction in specific duties. ene unmanageable. neared the shor. only to hear the
the president will veto it. When the second canoe was made swell breaking heavily on te
fast Gray bent toward the girl one The lights of the Kansas, fully three -- .- .:
If people with symptoms of kidney more. iles away. could only tell them. that r ._ ,
or bladder trouble could realize their "have been n to the tk of ei h t a
danger they would without loss of watve," he lithen ag asthe place where in t y he, o t by U r J n h".
Pills. This great remedy stops the ear. "K recko n it has taken ten mm- seen in this identital boagi Tlv e byqe t "- U v~-- O f -0 thV-w ..
pain and the irregularities, strength- dtes to collect jwo dugouts. Unless we divergence from the line given by the .
ens and builds up these organs and nih9 to remain all night w.e must let eiltloq of the ship meant a difference and become a free man, a hpme .pe t. I have moar lomtes r hta qa srf "; qI
.there is no danger of Briht's disease up op the cutting adrift proposition." of hundreds ft yards at each a dis- small, medium priced and large that I can sell ou chlp ior. h, .ar_ x .
or other serious disorder. Do not dis- "J agree," she nurnpured. "But we tance. and there wais an omiis liglhgt- as cheap on most liberal terms, a small payment dow au ,at a IattMl P ,
regard the early symptoms. Bold by mut have two more." ening of the gloom, ace paildl by < ae mf ltn you would pa a reat with the add n ofa .nlfet.
all druggists. He told Suares of the new develop- lnmmInqg of the stars, when Gray hit b eqhi 'wr.

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t- football and basketball! teams champions of Florida in InO. I
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L e P. mst Moaday evening.
I. LHall of Jacksonville is at the
Oeaa House.

Beryl, the baby daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tesm Livingston, is quite sick.
A ftw of those Diamond Edge Safety
lamors left at th Court Pharmacy.
Look out for something official about
the dog law Monday.
Planks Chill Tonle- guaranteed to
eweo ehobs ad fever. 25 cents.
The elty court was as quiet as a
Mo-advertisIng store this morning.
5 or 6 doses o will cure any case
of chil. a.d ever. Prices.
MIs Alice Carlisle has a position in
the eouaty treasurer's office.
Mrs. J . Spurlln came up from the
lake today.
Adolph Dame Is holding down a job
as salesman at the Globe.
Plak 'sChi Tolc, guaranteed to
ere chmla sad fever. 2 cents.
Mr. George Ford went up to Mcln-
tos for. a %te btaes* ftsit today.
Mr. Dvo WllhIams returned this
afternoon from Inverness.
S or a doeas "W will cure any ease
of Chl and Paverw. Price 2ce.
Dr. H. W. Henrt of Lake Weir was
In Ocala yesterday between trains.
Horace Whetstone Is visiting his
mother and sister at Clearwate*,.
Another. shipment of hard water
sap Just ti at the Postotflce Drug-

Mr. Gustav Poetki and family left
yesterday for Kansas, where they wtli
make their hgme.
Hav or0 ym ea the new visible Fly-
Sholog typewriter? R. C. Davis & CO,
general agents.
verykodjy Ia (poking ifoward to the
bait alaM Tuesday. It will be one to

I Nyal's le%6h Powder kills "em
quick and Is non-polonous. 21 cents
at the Poetoffte Drugstore.
Dr. H. W. Harris of Floral City,
brought a patient to the hospital on
Thursday for surgical treatment.

Do not forget that youm eal "dany.
n yo and iW ecockery and glass-
l t!4 bW*la mCews Co.
ME. E. O ge Vwl aeccmnany aer
som, Mr. Chas. K. Sqa. to the lake
tfhis jfernoda ro. a lofew days visit.
N"ya6 Roach owdeir kjll ea quiek
and is not-poiseaonaA. eents at the

Try a box of that sunburn cream,
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court

Mr. A. E. Owen entdrjtaned tew
of his friends with a supper last ev-
el host.

It. C. Davis & Co., o; JaletonvlUe.
handle silk tyepwijter ribbons. 75c.
each; tp. per dmsn."
Merrsto. 0. earn and R. A. Flanl-
ers of Georgia ind C. W. W aUle of
Holder, were at th0 Ocala Heuse last
We have a most exquisite line 9o
faney Imported china in many dif.

Mr, John Parker, n of tb. empln)p
ees of th eOclf Ivoq Werks, sa con.
fined to his houe with as absceses on
his topt,
IfOR RENT-My residence recently
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd. No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
Hood. 7-lo0t(
The board of health met yesterday
afternoon to draft resolutions concern-

Ing the death of one of its most ef-
ficlent members, Dr. W. HA. Powers.
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
Its prescription department. Pare
drugs only are used, whch are select.
ed by men of experIenc. .
Mr. Johp R. Robertson and Mr. Ed
Tucker left this morning In Mr. Robert.
son's auto for Sharpe's Ferry to try
their hand with the finny tribe.
FOR RENT-Five-room house near
pumping station. Apply o W L. C.
Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works. Ocala,
la, 4-25-tf
Miss Byrd Wartmann came up yes-
terday from Lady Lake. where shg
has enjoyed a delightful visit with
Mrs. Frank Teagqc.
WANTfl -To borrow $S00 (six
hundred dollars). Will give mortgage
on city property in Ocala, and pay
good interest. Want loan Immediate-
ly. Address DBo "t7, Jacksonville Fla.
Dr. Griffith, the leading physician of
the Dumnellon district, was in Ocala
yesterday. Beside hta profession, the
doctor in an all around business man.
banker, orange grower, auto expert and
general promoter, and making a sue,
cess of it all.
Pley's ]ioney and Tar not only
stops chronic coughs that weaken the
constitution and develop in oonsump-
tion. but heals and strengthens the
luaga. It affords comfort and relief in
thel rtaes a nof c phrenic mbancuhitis


Robin Hood Sliced Apricoti,
No. 1 1.2 15c,

Robin Hood Sliced Peaches,
No. 1 1.2 150.

No. 1 Breakfast Herring Roe,
IO, 3 for 25c.



The band concert last night was one
of the most enjoyable of the summer
and was attended by hundreds of peo-
ple. who had a most pleasant hior In
the pretty and well kept public square
The best marksmen In the Oeala
Rifles will be given practice next week.
to see who shall be sent to St. Au-
guwt.e to participate In the state
shoot to be given for three days, Aug.
3 to 5. Inclusive. A squad of five from
each company will attend. H. W.
Tucker holds the reer4d at present.
The practice will begin Thursday aft-
T. D. Lancaster, Jr., and Thomas
Pasteur, two bright young bank elerks
of the Munroe & Chambues Bank,
went down to spend the week end with
Mr. Pasteur's ftamly at Stanton.
Ocala today is as quiet as Leesburg
or tatnesvllle. It hasn't been so quiet
In this cosmopolitan center for a year
of Saturday.

Wilbur Smith. one of Oeaml's smart.
est young autoist&. and Mr. Wing., of
the automobile works, left last ntght
for a visit t Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colbert and
children returned today from a visit to
South Lake Weir. They had a most e,.
joyable outla.
County Commissione 3. M. Math-
ews of Flemington was In town today,
buying hardware of Allen Bridges. He
said If he had any money left after
the seductive Allen let him go. he
would buy some other things.
Those two sad and solemn gentle-
men, Frank Wetherbee and Jim Car-
lisle, at the Marion Hardware com-
pany, asked the Star to advise all
poultry owj;as in Ocala to count their
cbciwaa when tbqhy go to roost to-
night. We do not know their peaas
for such a request, but am always
willing to do anything that will
brighten tkei. somber views of lfe,
Mr. J. B. Carlisle was I town from
Mayo's oommissary ?ueiday night.
Mrs. Carlisle and some of the children
ame staying at the commissary for a
few weeks this summer.
Mr. W. H. Dodson returned this aft-
ernoon from St. Petersburg. wshee he
spent part of his vacation with his
mother. Mr, )somn visited Green
Spring. (tearwater. Tampr and court-
ed the fair daughters of Neptune at
Pass-a-Grille. He enjoyed .h torp
very much,

Miss I. ay Sylvester will entertain
the Baptist Sewing Circle Monday aft-
ernoon at 4 o'clock. A full attendan e
Is desired as this wHi be the last meet-
Ing 9f the ilrcee te the mnmeqr.
Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have Sound comlwt
and relief in Foley's womey and Tar
as t cures stubbou eoughs after other
treatment has lulled. L. M. RItggles,
Reasnr., Iowa, writes: ,The doctore
said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley's Honey and
.r. it stopped the hemorrhages and
pain ip iy hmags and they are now as
um and a bullet." Sold by all drug-

Mr. and Mrs. Tom LUvingsten took
their sick baby to Clearwatter this
afternoon, in hope it would be bene-
fited by the se air.
Messrs.. Melver. Judd, Woodrow
and Spencer and Mrs. R. V. Hen.
drinks and Misses Newsom, Davis and
McIntosh went down to the lake this
afternoon. It is to be hoped that Don
Mclver, George MacKay and Charge

Sage will not all go Dn the lask at the
same time.
Dr. OoCltand Gibson. a skilled ear.
#ye and throat specialist of Jackson-
ville. Is In the city, visiting Dr. J. W.
Rev. J. P. Hilburn of Southern Col-
lege, who will preach at the Meth-
odist church tomorrow. Is at the Mon-
Soreness of the muscles, wheter I,
duced by violent exercise or Injury. Is
quickly relieved by the free applica-
tion of Chamberlatn's Liniment. This
liniment is equally valuable for mus-
eular rheumatism, and always affords
quick rellief


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day that Manager Davis, of the Gaines- 30x60 inch "AxmiaitIer" L -
ville baseball aggregation, is trying to fo-.. ... .
and expects to succeed in getting a *.... f**o9
special train to bring the crowd to a_, 1 : ,-
Ocala, which he estimates will exceed 36x3 lIch "Aim in Us%
fne hundred people. for
Gainesville and. Manager Davis a ..... .
bent on winning the game and ae- "
cording to the Sun have several A WU ..
cards up their sleeves to take the trick W AT Am U WMl J
with. They need a whole packmotly ... KO .A T ,
aces, to do t, for Ocala may have a .. ."
"joke-r or two to play when the time, % 4
comes The ae w dbtey d s of pattema to obedl b
ly Intera tl *of the seaon, -.

The n eers of Miriam Lodga s. N.R gA--. -, E
last night, and Installed their officers P '^I ',
for the current term. | '.h -,

Genevieve Smithnobled nd Mrs. J. "WHERE YOUO WILL 'E TUREATKA.
M. FUnell, viCe grand: Miss LIlle .
Harris. secretary.
Two new members, Messrs. T. Ik
DiM" and J. H. Benjamin, were e.
eelved Into the order. HAH OF PERSIA DETHRON9D
After the business of the evening
was over, refreshments, consisting of Crouelm for Puitation Undr ki
cake and ewmonade were served. Tbe and Russian ayeimat, =TA%
cas was the handiwork of Mrs. Fen-
nell. and was so highly appreelated Teheran. July 17-Mohammed All. OM" g U '-*
that one member who seldom eats cake shah W Persia, has been detbrened,
put away three large slices, and the crown prince Sultan Abed -
Miriam lodes meets the third Priday Mirsa has been proclaimed shh b1y 00LA, -
night of each month, and the members the national assembly. eemposed of
should turn out in larger numbers ti chief muJtehlds, a"sd the leaders : .-_,u_____-,
than they have been dot- recently. of the national forces in the prsm~e s.
o of an immense crowd ina parliament
A very a-ors operation wa per- re-
formed on the three year old child of Mohammed All has taken refttge ia
My Miller at the hospital on Thurs- the Russian summer legation at Zer-
day for abscess on the brain. The little send, where he is under the protec-
girl Is *o0ng wel. tion of detachments of eosseeks ad
sepoys attached to the Zergende by I f lfi ln --
Mi. O'Dell, of Oxford, an aunt of the Russian and British diplomatic _
Medavmes Borden and Gilmore, of this representatives.
city. is very ill. One of our physicians The new shah is yet In his minority, Ode se r* tO 10 2 s
was called to Oxford in eonsultation and Azad UI Mulk. head of the Kajar ,
and thinks the case serious. family, has been appointed regent .

The Montesuma had a long list of
home folks on Its register today.
Mr. John T. Lewis, state Inspector of
prison camps, will leave this morning
for a short trip about his work. His
son who was so dangerously hurt at
Oklawaha by a blow on the head some
weeks ago. Ii doing as well as could
be expected. Young Lewis' skull was
broken and the brian easing out when
he was brought to Oala to the hos-
pital. His recovery will certainly re-
flect great credit on the skill of the
doctors and the service given tn the
The enclosure at the Air Dome last
night was comfortably crowded, many
people taking advantage of the ep-
prtunhty to watch the pictures and
Itsten to the band. at the same tise.
The pictures were all good. especially
the fairy story entitled "The Prince
and the Dwarf." The prince was tn a
bad predicament for a while, but true
love won out t last. Mr. Tucker has
a good program for tonight, and where
else can you spend an hour more
pleasantly? ,
Dr. J, B. Chance left this afternoon
for Baltimore, to visit Mrs. Chace and
take a few weeks rest The Star
hopes to see these two excellent peo.
pie at home in restored health this
WANTED-Positton by young white
man at anything: handy with tooes
John Walsh. 58 North Orange street
city. 6-17Ttt
The Ocala colony at Seabreese re-
port the Egyptian plague t flies not
**n It" when compared to mosquitoes.
However, "honors are easy." for a dip
in the briny bath sooths the bites, and
all are happy,
Mrs. Pope. the trained nurse, re-
turned yesterday from Hastings, where
she went to attend a patient. Mrs.
Billings, who died however, before
Mrs. Pope's arrival

Many Ocala Readers Hawve HNrd ft
and Promfited Thereby
"Good news travels fist," and the
thousands of bad back sufferers in
Ocala are glad to leatn that prompt re-
lief is within their reach. Mar a
lame. weak and aching back Is bad no
more, thanks to Doan's Kidney PIs.
People from every state in the Uniom
are telling the good news of their oex-
lerlence with the Old Quaker sbm-
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a remedy that proved of such great
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difficult for me to put on my cloth-
ing. My kidneys were also Weak sad
greatly added to my misery. I mnally
learned of DseanS Kidney Pfs. and
procured them. I had eoly used three
boxes whea I was cured and I m
now feeling a great deal better thi
before in years. I give Dean's Kid-
ney Pills entire treldt for *e %change
in my conaditon."
Plenty more ,roof like this from
Ocala peo:e. Call at Tydl g & Co,'s
drug store and ask what their csteo-
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"Cheer up. Miss Maxwell," said he.
swung the boat's nose round. By
chance he used the starboard oar. All
unknowing he spun a coin for life or
death, and life won. They crashed
through some drooping foliage and ran
Into a crumbling bank. Gray unship-
ped the oar and jammed It straight
down. It stuck between stones at a
depth of three feet, and the lifeboat
was held fast for the time. The ca-
noes hurtled: against each other, bnt
were swept jAide instantly. When the
noise cease they plainly heard the
swirl of the water. In their new en-
vironment It had the uncanny and sin-
ister hiss of some monstrous snake.
"Everybody happy?" Gray demanded
"I am clinging to a tree trunk," an-
swered Elsie.
"Bully for you. Make fast with a
piece of rope. But be careful to pro-
vide a slipknot in case we have to
sheer of In a hurry. Can you manage
"Quite welL"
Elsie was fully aware that the lead-
ership of the expedition had gone from
her. She was not sorry. It was In
strong hands. Suarez. too. se -ured a
stout branch and passed a rope around
"Now, silence and listen:" said Gray.
They soon detected a curiously sub-
dued clamor from the inner recesses of

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Dated, Citra, Fla., July lSth, 1909.
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Cha
ter 488, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that O. 0.
B.oher, 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 issue 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 Sanches
Grant, tp 15 s, r 22 e,_.thence w 25
chs n 10 chs e 25 che a 10 chs-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 lth day of July,
A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 14th day of June, A. D.
1909. S. T. 05aiRUMK.
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. Fla
Tax Deed Under Sectiom n& of Chp-

TK PITAUK TKVtAUS tam weCos Ohka*m kmte way
11 C IR we take our ehM .. Btit
will soon be brud daylight. and III
--- aner for it that U OCaptala Corte-
(Continued from second page) 7yet alive he not between
and the mouth of the Inlet or be would
hare contrived some sort of racket to
tbhe 1 M virtg conelsively that they let as know his wbereaboots. Now. I
were visible to the seen enemy. Gray propose that our friend to the bows be
whipped forth the revolver and fired asked to shin up the liff and p-rmspect
twice. The second time a shriek of a bit He ought to kun'w bow to crawl
pala told that be had hit one of their j through this undergrowth. Fifty feet
*-fn-sta The two reports made a higher be will be able to see some dis
de faning din in that place of echoes tance."
They appeared to stir the Indians Into Suarez was very reluctant to leave
a perfect frenzy, and It was evident the boat bt the American adopted a
by the sounds that the isl;inders had short cut in the argmcent. offering him
not much liberty of movement on the the alternative of climbing ashore or
narrow strips of land they occupied on of belag thrown overboard.
both sides of the gorge. So the Argentine adopted the less
Elsie caught some significant splash- hazardous method and climbed to the
lag behlad her. bank- A splash and a scramble and a
"They are swimming toward the ca- slight exclamation from Elsie told that
noes" she screamed. the dog had followed. Soon the swish
Telling Suares to pull for all be was of leaves and the crackling of rotten
worth. Gray clambered to the stern of wood ceased. Suar'. might be not of
the boat and emptied the revolver at earshot or merely for a thUe. In-
what be eik to be the back heads of tendig to return wi;h news of : a i.a-
the swimmers. passable precipice. There was a crumb
"Quick! In.d It again!" he raid. of comfort in the absence of the ter-
and Elsie obeyed with a nimbleness rier. Joey would either go on or come
and certainty that were amazing, back to them at once.
The American fired three more shots Gray felt that the girt was too beart-
before he was satisfied that the canoes broken to talk. He listened to the
were untenanted and not cut adrift. rhythmniial chorus of that witches*
They were now leaving the pandemo- caldron in the heart of the defile and
nium behind. and Elsie. rethinking her. watched the gray slowly eitthing
self of the dog, freed him froM that a path through the trees untf! It touch-
most objectionable muzzle. jobe forth- ed the fast ruunlh:g water u ith a
with awoke the welkin with fgs up. shimmer of silver.
roar; but, although the girl strained Neither or them knew bow long they
her ears for some answering hall. she remaineJ there. At last a straining
could detect nothing beyond the bawl- and creaking of the boat warned them
Ing of Indians at each other across the that the water level was rising and the
narrow creek and the repeated echoes ropes needed readjusting., it was now
of-the dog's barking. possible to see thit Elsie had made
About this time Gray began to sus- fast ton fallen tree. Its branches were
pect that the tide was bearing them locked among the gnarled roots of the
onward at a remarkable rate. They lowermot growth above high water
were Leing impelled toward an un- mark. Already there was a distinct
known destination with the silence aId le-scning in the pace of the current.
gathering speed of a mill race. and Gray fancied that the distant rum-
An expert engineer, though his work ble was sof:cr. It would rot be many
may have little to do with sea or ri- minutes before the neighboring rocks
er, cannot fall to accumulate a store of were covered. High tide be knew was
theoretical knowledge as to the proper- at 3:15 a. m. He forbore to look at
ties and limitations of water In mo- his watch lest the girl should note his
tion. Gray knew that the quickened acthm. That wouldl impl the otter
Impulse of the stream arose from the abandonment of hope.
tidal force exerted in a channel which It might be that his n!luJ was too
gradually lessened its width. The boat taken up with the weird influences of
was traveling at sea level. Therefore the hour or that Elsie's senses were
there could be neither rapids nor cata- strung to a superhuman pitch. Be that
ract in front, but the steady rush of as it may, it was she who sprang to
the current, now plainly audible, could her feet, all a-quirer with agitation.
not be accounted for simply by the ef- "Do you hear?' she whispered, and
fort of the tide to gain a passage her hand clutched Gray's shoulder with
through a mere byway, as the boat an energy which set his heart beating
was now nearly half a mile from the high. He did not answer. He had
estuary, and the velocity of the cur- heard no unusual sound, but he was
rent was increasing each moment. not without faith In her.
"We must endeavor to reach the "There!" she panted again. "Some
bank and hold on to the branches of a one s hailing. Some one cried 'Elsle.'
tree!" he shouted In Spanish. "Down I am sure of It."
with your heads until the boat strikes "Guess you'd better toot 'Arthur on
and then try to lay hold of something." the off chance," said Gray.
There was no time for explanation Almost the last thing she remember-
He seized an oar. A powerful stroke ed was the sound of her own wild
scream. There came back to her 4
stronger shout and the bark of a dog.
She had a blurred consciousness of a
whole troop of men scrambling dowfi
the choked ravine. of glad questions
nd Joyous answers, of a delirious dog
S leaping on board and yelping staccato
assurances that everything was all
right In a most wonderful world. Then
she found herself in Courtenay's arms
and heard him say in a rapture of de-

J" "I owe my life to you, dear heart.
SII That is the wonder of It. No need to
J tell me you ran away from the ship.
S\I know. One kiss, Elste, then full
/ speed ahead for the Kansas. By the
S\Lord, to think of It-you here, at the
very gate of the inferno! Well, one
Sore kiss! Yes. It is I, none other, and
i at as a fiddle. Never got a scratch.
There, now; I really must seethe crew.
We must be ready for the turn of the

w^^ "^ ~ (Continued Next Saturday.)
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PFrh Met ~efoe, ChietWu, Egus, Pii Em..
Soghft -mmd 8"4.. Frems mOd 3.& Wate~ Fisk. mTw
plate P e. of Its Kind in the Cometry. f te- ald
Up-TO-Oats. First Clase Restmrawt In Cemotie. F irst
Meals. and Rasoonable Beard t We*kly C.'

Scrap Iron and Metala, Also'Green Hidek Beaght
and Sold.

Telephone No. 111

P.0. BOX INo.4

to M 10InUN" Ea0*sbi

Tax Deed Under S.eti.. 8 of Chap-
ter 48K, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that B. R. Ray-
sor, purchaser of tax certfcates NoE.
162. 163. 164. dated the Srd day of June,
A. D. 1907, has filed said certificates In
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace
the following described property sit-
uated in Marion county, Florida. to-
wit: Corn 11.53 chs a of ne cor of
nw% of nw% see 26 to 13 r 21, thence
w 415 ft n 210 ft e 415 ft a 210 ft; aleo
coRn 432% ft n of aw cor of nw% we
26 tp 13 s r 21 e thence n 464 ft e 1020
ft s 464 ft w 1020 ft and also corn
1.80% chs a of now cor of sw% see 26
tp 13 r 21 thence s LIS chs e 8.X2 elb
n 3.16 chs w 6.32 chs less those parts
redeemed. The said land being assess-,
ed at the date of the Issuance of sush
certificates in the name of RichardJ
Woodward, R S. Winny. Andern
Jones. Unless said certificates shai
be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the 2th day
of August, A. D. 1M0.
Witness my officall signature and
seal this the 16th day of July. A. ID
1909. S. T. SISgzUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co, FtL
Tax Deed Under Seetion S of Chap.
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given than Allb
Wood, purchaser of tax leertificate Mf
734. dated the 1st day of July, A. OL
1901. has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue In accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces ehb
following described property situated
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit: I
chs n and a on a side of nw% of nwK
sec 18 tp, 14 s r 21 e. The said land
being assessed at the date of the Re-
suance of such certificate In the name
of unknown. Unless said certficate
shall be redeemed according to law,
tax deed will Issue thereon on the
22rd day of July, A. D. 15M9.
Witness my official signature Ma
seal this the 19th day of June, A. D.
1909. S. T. 8ISTRITNK,
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co. fM.
Of Final Settlement and Dimcharge
Notice is hereby' given that on the
19th day of January. A. D. 1910. tft
undersigned as administratrix de boale
non of the estate of Mary Conyers,
deecased, will present my final account
and vouchers to the Honorable Joseph_
Bell, judge of probate In and for
rion county, Florida. at his office in
Ocala, and will make my final settle-
ment and will apply for final discharge
as administratrix. Joanna Lewis.
As Administratrix de bonis non of
the estate of Mary Conyers, de-1


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has been chs mbe~ btovhba

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8. 8. June 22. 22. 21k, IL J 3i a.
10. 11. 2L LII 15 days Wa*t-
sloa Sept mL. Mtepwm.
$12 S-AtShen, C18, aI watuwa .L o4
Q. June 26 27. 21 Ji p 0 It, IT.
Limit 1, day. Stopewers.
$-J- .M .itrleead t n Team.,
and return. M. W. & M. I, IMyL 1.
10. 17. n. 24, 3S, Auust 1. 14. Lmit
Sept. .
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turn. -Chataequm. July m .
31. August 2. 18 21. M Lmt
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145-S FranMieose Cal, -d. 4 .
turn .(One way via Portland). Jly
1 to Sept 20, inclusive. Lmit lOct
31. Stopovers,
Van o Wves V ertsarw, Eeret. New
turn. Tukn Enxposltle. SJUly 1 te.
Sept. 3, inclusive. Lhmt Oct. SL.
Abve Rates Open to the PhBe

Of Final SettlemnMt mamd Diehago
Notice is hereby given that Om the
first day of December. A. D. It1, the
undersigned as administrator of the
estate of John Kinsler. deceased, will
present my accounts and voucher to.
Hon. Joseph Bell. Judge of probate, at
his office In Ocala. Florida, and wil
make by final settlement as such ad-
ministrator and will apply for dis-
charge as administrator of said estate.
George Giles.
As Administrator of the Estate ,t
John Kinsler.
October 14th, 1908.

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I wil buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, Steel, Brase, CO SI.
Tin, Lead, Rubber, Bagging. barrels, Leather, m 0. ; e ti
Boilers, Raftils, Etc, whether as aecond-hand or serap ask -
highest price In cash for same. Write or call o mead eta .
what you have and where It i& located, ..
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,.,. TEA. FlORIDA. -


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