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 20, 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: VID03223
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA, FLORIDAt "rUuZAY, JULY 29, 190L


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S--- tions. who. after a few slight changes,
L CTRUC MASSAQG endorsed the measure and the legs'
"W & AND COLD WATER lature enacted It into law."
And the same newspaper comment-
*w~~mIn no upon Commisoner McUn'as efforts
LR. As IE ga directed In every way to ameliorate
__________ _______the hardships endured by state pris'
~--oners says:
=i "It is a fact, probably not generally
I known to the public, that during the
past eight years that Mr. MecUn hap
COM rER AL had direct charge of prison affairs In
this state the prison system has been
'Sfin 013 built up from what at the beginning
consisted of a number of camps with
but few comforts and no conveniences.
JL -C. r-A---I-rm In the prison camps now a majority
of the prisoners are better housed and,
fed than they were before eUtering
Ne FL Kig Ave, at. Phe 1 prison. The lessees of state prisoners
are now required to provide comfort-
Work Called f orand DVe rompt'Pt able quarters, furnished with Iron cot
SAM We *k uar uadt White bedsteads. clean bed clothing, night
Tre Onlyb shirts for the prisoners to sleep In at
night, bathing and sewerage facilities.
Eq--- letaand the best grades of meat, meal,
flour, syrup, beans, rice, grits, etc.,
and plenty of vegetables In season. In
I qa table fact, as previously stated, the treat-
ment and diet given them is far su-
;. -TIPt & *i. --mA.n fnA l. prior to what a majority of them


JI' E IIGnS A EAT E
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IN THE CONDITION Of THE CON-
VICTS OF THE STATE

SWamfe and Idirm MeN Will No


Hen. B. MLinU


e s ^ (Pensacola Journal)
SThe Journal has heretofore exprese-
ed entire approval of the bill passed
by the late legislature which provided
Ite^ 'for the segregation of females and in-
S| firm males from among the leased
convicts and providing for their care
and occupation upon a state farm. But
we feel that we did not do full justice
,*.. to the man who, above all others, has
long labored for this measure, and
SK who, indeed, was the author of the
-bill now in force.
sn O ae a an& l a they aft lin eand Commismloner of Agriculture B. E.
1089 fL < MciUn has won the regard of all hu-
S. manitarlans for his persistence nla hav-
0 0 Ing this measure Incorporated In the
*! fEBV law, of lorida. That he has at-last
SU UU succeeded In his effort is a source of
Several thanksgiving, and commenda-
MMu XE w. Prlrsi ., tons of the state press, conspicuously
unrestrained as they have been. by no
means exceed the truth or qtain a
word of praise which le not thoroughly
deserved. The Punts Gorda Herald.
whose able editor has for many years
kept In the closest touch with the po-
I tical and economical history of Flor-
Ida pays a long and glowing tribute to
Mr. McLIn. from which the following
is an extract:
"The last legislature enacted at
least one law that the Herald can
heartily commend, and that is the one
authorizing the establishment of a
state prison farm. where all the aged,
the infirm, the cripples and the wo-
men that are convicted In the state
shall be placed. This is a strictly mer-
Itorious and humane act, and to the
- Hon. B. H. MclAn, commissioner of
- agriculture, who. under the law, has
direct supervision and management of
state prisoners, under the direction of
THEY FIT THE UPS LIKE KISSES the Board of Commissioners of State
d taste as sweet. Thatr why Schteo. Institutions, is due the credit for its
SJWs and Lowers Candles in half becoming a law.
eI p~ad boses are so popular. Pure "For the past eight years that he
tesifots these; flavor da ellos. OWr has had charge of the prisoners, he
Sa Ussetlreey is fmre frje m adultera- has Insisted that this be done, and he
tim. It is whotasome and healthfuL has at last succeeded In getting the
w1ry kiad t o confectionery here legislature to enact a law providing
Vhtas, Cold Drinks, Clgars and News- for the establishment of such a farm,
1PW. where these unfortunates, who should
not be leased, can be placed and prop-
AT BALLARD S early cared for by the state. In his last
biennial report, on prison matters he
SI most earnestly urge that our
next legislature provide by law or the
elimination from any lease of all fe-
Sales, without regard to color, and all
males who either from disease, age or
any other cause are not qualified to
perform reasonable service at manual
labor. Proper humane treatment of
the prison class demands It. (he good
name of our state requires It. good
morals Insist that It must be done.' "
Commenting on an editorial which
recently appeared In the Orlando Re-
porter-Star, commendatory of tho act
establishing the prison farm. the Tal-
lahassee True Democrat declares
S"We desire to endorse fully the
|F |commendation, relative to the proVIs-
ion for the establishment of a state
r prison farm, wh, re, as the act estab-
lishing the farm provides, all women,
COMMERCIAL STATIONERY sick and disabled, crippled and aged
Sade and quality, for oe prisoners shall be placed, and only
a stor, receives a geat dealofo ofour the able-bodied prisoners remain less.
StBe and attention as our stock and oed. And in this connection we desire
f anlate t for supply, large and sall to commend for this advanced step In
ardwes wol amply attesat Whether prison matters in this state the one
y want a lead pecll or a h led. who, for the past three sessions of the
s. Wa note book p or a letter p If5 legislature, has endeavored to have
worth yourwe b to come p, it' o this legislation enacted-Hon. B. R.
aromd, andt copare prices l McLUn. commissioner of agriculture,
S.who has direct charge and supervision
pOCALA NWB COMPANY over the prisoners of the state. He
_________________ ~has all along contended that it was
-------- not in acordance with the ideas of
advanced civilization that this class
Aai iix Pf of prisoners now exempted by law
II Pl wh from the provisions of the lease should
be placed out at hard labor, In the
R/ toW--.lnl t"-- same places and under the same oee-
CenBeMleri WSth the Hotel Oee editions as able bodied male prisoners.
-- that no other state does It. and with
h Wo ad courteous at- his idea he framed a bill with this end
I to a.~ Spec~al atteto in view and submitted it to the Board
r (ifLhu of Commissioners of State Instltu-


PICNIC AT CARTER'S POND
The annual picnic will be given at There Is no better stock of fine
h an ndualyic 3dcwillan venpub writing papers in the city than we
Carter' is cordialJuly invited to. attend and the pub- carry. Come In and look it over If
brings cordially Invited to attend and you want something really nice. Ty-
bring well filled baskets. dings & Co.
CRYING FOR HELP
Lets of It In Oals, But Daily Grow-
ing .e C BLANCHARD
The kidneys cry for help.'
Not an organ in the whole body
so delicately constructed.
Not one so Important to health. CONTRACTOR AND BUDER
The kidneys are the filters of the
blood.
When they fall the blood becomes PLANS FURNISHED
toul and poisonous. ON APPLICATION
There can be no health where there
Is poisoned blood. nd 0. Bo. 46. OCALA.FLA.
BackracheI I. ne nf the first Indica- P.0. Box 46. OCA][A FLA


tions or skiney trouble.
It is the kidneys' cry for help. Heed
t.oan's Kidney Pills are what Is THE COB MERGIAL
wanted.
Are Just what overworked kidneys
They strengthen and invigorate the BARBLE SHOP /
kidneys: help them to do their work:
never fall to cure any case of kidney
disease.
P. Y. Smith, living at 1206 Alachua Ope3s Into the i*obb, ef the Oscala


reform In the care of convicts, toward CLAU I
the happy day v. hiun the state will no |E AM
oWger lease any of its prisoners to
others, but will perform Its duty as
their temporary guardian and, shield-
ing them beneath Its own palladium. Will Tour the State in an Automobile,
will endeavor to give them such moral
sad intellectual teaching as will make I His Attempt to Win the UnA
them better .members of the social States Senatorship
body when released from servitude.
THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS (St. Augustine Record, 9th.)
Mother Gray's sweet powders for
children, a certain relief for feverish- After a stny of two days here get-
ness, headache, bad stomach, teeth- ting out printed matter for his cam-
Ing, disorders, move and regulate the pain. Mr. Claude L'Engle left Satur-
bowels and destroy worms. They day evening for Jacksonville. Mr.
break up colds in 24 hours. They are L'Engle will start immediately on a
ao pleasant to the taste and harmless tour of the state in behalf of his can-
as milk. Children lik# them. Over didacy for the United States Senate.
10,@W testimonials of cures. They lie has decided to oppose Senator Tal-
never fall. Sold by all druggists. 25c. aferro and will spend the next sev-
Ask today. Don't accept any substi- eral months stumping the state.
tute. 1 In discussing his campaign with a
Record representative he said he in-
A WOMAN IN IT tends to demonstrate to the satisfac-
-tion of the people of Florida that a
Suicide of a New York Financier poor man can run in the primary. He
Caused by Disappointment in 'ill start tomorrow from Pensacola
Love on a railroad tour of the state and
White as July 2-eneath a will spent two and a half months
White Plains,. July 20.-Beneath a traveling by rail. distributing his lit-
clump of bushes in a wood on the erature and meeting as many voters
Hartsdale road, on the outskirts of as possible. He expects to follow the
White Plains, the body of Harold Clif- railroad trip with an automobile tour,
ford Cox. teller in the Home Savings or rather with three automobile tours
Bank. who disappeared on July 5. was of the state, covering 9,000 miles In
found yesterday by Joseph Davey. a the auto. He visited several auto
driver for a milk company. Clutched manufacturers recently while north
in the right hand was a .32 caliber re- and arranged with one concert to sup-
volver which he had borrowed from ply him with an auto and machinist
Harry S. Hamilton, secretary of the for this trip absolutely free of charge,
bank where he was employed, and it his only expense being substance for
is a certainty that he committed sui- the mechanic and the fuel consumed
cade. by the "auto. The manufacturer ex-
Cox was Infatuated by a pretty pects to be repmid by the advertising
young girl from Texas who recently the machine will receive from the
visited friends in Hartsdale. The novel trip. Mr. L'Engle stated that
teller frequently called on her and he would start at the Florida line in
seemed grieved when she returned to the vicinity of Pensacola in the auto
her home in Waco three weeks before on October 1st and intends to spend
he killed himself, six months on the road, traveling day
SR and night as occasion demands. He
URAVE FIRE LADDIES will carry literature In the car with
often receive severe burns putting out him and will distribute the same
fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve wherever he finds a voter. He intends
and forget them. It soon drives out to dash into towns and run the ma-
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts chine to the most conspicuous spots.
and bruises It's earth's greatest healer. thereby having a big advantage over
Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores, the speakers who will be anchored to
bolls, ulcers, felons; best pile cure stationary platforms. He contends
made. Relief is Instant. 25c at all that the machine will attract the
druggists. crowds wherever it stops and his au-
dience will assemble without expense
CALHOUN'S SECOND TRIAL to him. He has figured that he will
travel fifty miles a day and will have
San Francisco. July 20.-With but a ample time for his treble tour of the
few weeks' intermission since the end state.
of his first trial, which was one of the He will stop at farm houses and
longest trials on record in the crim- make the acquaintance of every voter.
Final courts in this country. Patrick practically making a house to house
Calhoun, president of the United Rail- campaign in the country, presumably
ways and a man of national promi- kissing the habelos and winning the
nence as a capitalist and promoter, parents to his political views. He in-
faces the prospect of spending the re- tends to tack up his campaign liter-
mainder of July and August in the nature himself, thus saving another big
court room undergoing the gruelling item of expenses.
cross-examination of Prosecutor Hen- Mr. L'Engle is known from one end
ey. of Florida to the other and he has
Calhoun's case was called in court many admirers among certain factions.
yesterday and the indications are that tie is energetic and original and his
the trial will proceed without delay, candidacy will Inject some ginger and
He is to be tried on charges of hav- electricity into the campaign.
Ing offered a bribe to a supervisor to
vote for an overhead trolley permit in STARVED TO DEATH
190C. This is, the second trial on the could truthfully be said of
same charge. The first trial resulted s what could truthfully be said of
In a hu ju. many children who die. They have
In a hung Jury. worms, poor little things--they don't
A HORRIBLE HOLD-UP know it and you don't realize It. If
your child is cross, fretful, pasty
"About ten years ago my brother complexioned and loses weight for
was 'held-up' In his work. health and no apparent reason, give it White's
happiness by what was believed to be Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur-
hopeless consumption," writes W. R. praised at the results and how quickly
LUscomb, of Washington, N. C. "He It picks up. Sold by all drdggists.
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment from several doctors, but found
no help till he used Dr. King's Now PAN BARGAINS
Discovery and was wholly cured by An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
six bottles. He Is a well man today." fan that is positively guaranteed to
It's quick to relieve and the surest burn onily three cents worth of elec-
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr- tricity in ten hours steady running.
hage., coughs and colds.. bronchitis, la See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial at- electrical supply man.
fections. 0Sec and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed fy all druggists. A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY
attended by the hliglest priced baby
A VICTIM IN DESPONDENCY specialist could not be cured or stom-
y C ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
Paris, July 20.-Mme Constant, the surer than your baby if you give it
widow of Benjamin Constant. the great McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
artist, is dead at her home here. and hoea, dysentery and all derangements
It is hinted she ended her own life. of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
She was found In her room uncon- cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drug-
scio, with the gas turned on full gists.
force.
She was given medical attention HOUSES FOR RENT
and revived, but died today, while HOUSES FOR RENT
alone. It is believed she secured some
drug, with which she ended her life. Modern cottages, all convenlences,
An Investigation is being made. well located and new. Apply to Jo.-
--_ eph Bell, at court house.


does its duty 365 days out of 365. The
only way to do this is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbine in the house and take
it whenever your liver gets Inactive.
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists.


A MILLION DOOMED


Frightful Ravages of Consumption
Among the School Children
New York, July 20.-On the basis
of recent Investigation the National
Association for the Study and Preven-
tion of Tuberculosis declares that the
TTnited States is paying annually $7.-
500,000 for the education of children
who will die from tuberculosis before
they reach the age of 18.
There are nearly 1.000.000 school
children In the country today who
will die of this disease before they
are of age. the statement continued.
To offset this yearly waste, the child-
ren are being educated about the dan-
gers of tuberculosis and the methods
to be taken for its prevention, and
during the school year just closed ov-
er 3,500,000 of the 17,000.000 school
children in the United States. the so-
ciety states, have received such train-
ing.
IF YOU KNEW
the 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. Sind for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St.
Louis. Mo.


AN UNLUCKY THIRTEEN
Constantinople. Turkey, July 20-The
Young Turks are taking bloody re-
prisals because 9f the April mutiny in.
the army which is said to have been
Instigated by the deposed sultan. Ab-
dul Hamid, and which threatened the
success of the Young Turks' rebellion.
Thirteen of the participants in the
mutiny, who had been found guilty by
a court martial, were hanged in pub-
lic yesterday.
DON'T GET A DIVORCE
A western judge granted a divorce
on account of ill-temper and had
breath. Dr. King's New Life Pills
would have prevented it. They cure
constipation, causing bad breath and
liver trouble the Ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaches, conquer
chills. 25c at all druggists.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron in yomr home on a few days' trial.
upon reqaugt at my office, or by card
or phone. \They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, 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 -sat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
A CONTENTED WOMAN
is always found In mte 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. 25c. 50c
and $1 a bottle. At all druggists.
SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter bow large or how
small or haw fine the work desired


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Ocala, Florida


FOR HEALTH A ND PLEASURE
The Beautiful

Haywood White Sulphur Springs 1
"Land of the Sky" WAYNES VILLE, N. C. Alttude t Pee
Qn the Southern Railway, one nour from Asheville. Capacity 2M guef
No consumptives.' Hot and Cold Sulphur Bathi, ifusic, wiluog and Temala
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. WVir
Information a dress 4. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Formerly manager ot Keall*
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Flow AkMest Acro tst he tntof
Dover Before His Aerepamne Fail-
el--ticks Up by a Topedo

OCALA, FLORIDA '.
Calals FPrance, July 20.-Herbert n
Latham. who made an attempt to cross
the English channel from here with The remarkable succem of this b & k is "M O
an aeroplane, dropped into the sea fnendshn of its cutm a u k a .-L- -
yesterday. He was brought bak here friend ip of it customers, gained by
aboard the torpedo boat destroyer their interests.
Harpon, apparentlT unhurt. A tug
towed the heroplane In.
The aviator was not Injured, neither
was he discouraged, and he declared
his Intention of again trying to cross
the channeL FIR
Latham had covered sixteen miles,
and while at a great height the motor
failed and the machine fell into the a
water. The French torpedo boat Har-
pon was close at hand and rescued the
aviator. Latham's start was made CARRIES A LA E
from the top of a cliff at Sangatte.
and under propituous circumstances. AO ERBM aANB n n n '
Had a Good Start MODERN AND COMPLE |
"Start the motor." he cried to his
assistants, and then with a nod of his OF /
head and the words "I'll see you in
Dover," he threw the starting lever
over, the machine running along the FT i n W
ground with Increased momentum at
every turn. Just before reaching the
edge of the cliff the aeronaut touched AND
the horizontal lever and the machine, .
with its white outstretched wings, iI A
rose gracefully and sailed out over the I -
shining waters amid a roar of cheers
from the cliff and shores. The mono-
plane, after leaving the cliff, ascended -
gradually until it probably was 300 e *rey- _
feet above the sea. Then straight as J W -i CM '
an arow it continued its flight towards FErNS be f -- CaMAta 'In I"-s M l
the English coast, apparently under ,
perfect control, and at a rate of about hW In fhI k W
thirty-five miles an hour. The Harpon s p
kept almost under her aerial conm- I 1 t fK W-L _7-
panion. A' carries a-Co-m U oIe i Iml iers -.- m, I

A GOLDEN WEDDING dlrdwar, CaWrragesW _aMt M a im
means that man an wire have lived .l --i n a i" "
to a good old age and consequently, s" -r aw t r 66K. -
have kept healthy. The best way to Iy a w .T. TB I
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In Memory of Or. W. H. Powe, by Stupidity of an Enalih Polimeman
Marion-Duna Lodge No. 19 All that Saved Him from
F.& A. M. Capture
Ben it resolved, by Marion-Dun London. July 2.--According t# a re-
Lodge No. 19, V. &. A. M. That by the port made by a visiting American to
death of our brother. William Herbert the Scotland Yark authorities, Leon
Powers. this lodge as well as the en- Ling. the Chinaman suspected of the
tire community has sustained a loss murder of Elsie Sigel, was seen yes-
which is felt by all, not only In the terday outside a jeweler's shop. near
lodge where he was loved by every the Royal Exchance.
member, but by every person who This American told the police he
knew him. knew Leon In New York and that he
His professional life was great in was confident that the Chinese he saw
beneficlence. he led a home life of ten- yesterday was Leon. When the Amer.
der devotion. his was a character lean caught sight of Leon .he went up
which was rare In its gentleness, and to a policeman and said: "That man
while he is gone. he is with us still. is wanted for murder In New York.
for his sweet memory will cling to us Go and grab him." The policeman,
always. Let us cherish It. keep it however, suspected the American of
fresh in our minds, forgetting not our some ulterior motive, and while he
departed brother, whose very presence hesitated the Chinese got away.
cast sunshine, hope and love upon all. The Scotland Yard authorities show-
Let us remember that death is but ed a photograph of Leon to the Amer-
the gate to liif. and find comfort in the ican. who declared that he undoubt-
knowledge that so noble, pure and true edly was the man he had seen.
a life cannot terminate with the grave.
l-ut will te borne to that celestial BLUFFED BY A BULL
world to which we all hope to attain.
To his hbrt.aved family, we extend An African Lion Ran Away from aq
our sincere sympathy. assuring them American Bovine
that our grief is only eclipsed by their El Paso. Texas, July 20.-Escaping
own. and that the friendliness that we from a cage in the center of a bull
feel for them wil last eternally. ring, an African lion that refused to
Be it further resolved. That these fight bounded up among the bleach-
r. solutions be copied on our minutes. ers and created a panic among hun-
copies sent to the family of our de- dreds of persons assembled to watch
parted and the Ocala papers. the lion-bull fight at a Sesta at Ch!-
H. C. J'DD. huahua yesterday. The lion harmed
W. T. GARY. Committee. no one, but the ensuing panic resulted
in several Injuries.


ARD


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W. V. Wheeler, Secretary. Fe E MCCLANE

OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M. P; l id
Regular convocations of th^ Ocala ___
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the 4the Made Promptly
Friday in every month at 8 p. m. General Practice Calls Made Promptly
N. I. Gottlieb, H. P. Night or Day


'Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-


Wasted Eort.
Kind Old Lady (talking to a tramp)-
Have you ever made an effort to get
work?
Tramp-Yea, ma'am. Last month I
got work for two member of my m-
nly, but neither of them would take It.


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Do not forget that you can find any.
thing you want in crockery and glass-
Sware at the Ocala News Co.
BL .M 'f MfAL AMD Nyars Roach Powder kills 'em quick
SuI Mby all fn ds of Junk-Iron, Steel. Brass Copper, Zinc, and Is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the
Ti,' lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrels, Leather, Etc.; old Engines, Postoffice Drugstore.
Bollers. Rails, Etc., whether as second-hand or scrap and pay the
igst price In cash for same. Write or call on me and let me know Mr. E. L. Carney went over to Lake
wa you have and were It tslocated. Bryant. to inspect his orange grove
7". D 2 CP E 2 P this morning.
S. CITRA .FLORIDA.
OMr. S. A. Rawls came down from
Jacksonville yesterday to look after
his business Interests in this city.

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

IRRI AT ON C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
seach; 7.60 per dozen.
We carry, a.full stock of Pipe from The Ocala News Co. are agents for
1 1 d the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
1-4th inch to 12 inch, Hand. and z"
l to- h. and can fit you. Glve us a triaL
Power Pumps, Gasoline and Steam W 've most exquisite line of
Ghfancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
ingl] M Drugstore.
'WRa hr Pi t C1ih Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wood. who will
S -. always be kindly remembered by our
ST CAMERON &BA LY CO. pepleare taking a summer vacation

-. n.. .-FOR RENT-My residence recently
mi"M~ ,|ae occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd. No. 24
a- i l I-n -n- Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
Hood. 7-10tf
Messrs. J. E. McElmurray, H. C.
H llard and C. E. Read of Jackson-
Svile. were at the Ocala House last

Your Money Back
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Co. and has many friends in Ocala.

Col. and Mrs. Felder Lang. of Mi-
ami, who have been visiting their son,
Mr. Louis Lang in this city for the
past few weeks, went to Hatch Bend
today, to visit relatives.
Master Bartley Corley, accompanied
by his aunt. Miss A. E. Williams, of
Gainesville, is in the city on a visit to
his father. Mr. Baftley Corley. of the
Star force.
The Junior Christian Endeavor So-
ciety of the Christian church was en-
tertained by Mrs. W. H. Coleman with
a lawn social yesterday afternoon
from 4 to 6:30. Ice cream and cake
were served, and children's games
were Indulged in. Mrs. Coleman was
assisted in entertaining her guests by
Mrs. Freyermouth.

Miss Grace Glover and her brother
Dudley were among the excursionists
from Gainesville today. Miss Glover
was next to the little girl whp was
hurt. and her dress was spattered with
blood from the child's wounds.
Mr. John T. Lewis, who has remain-
ed with his wounded son at the hos-
pital. the last two weeks, expects to
get out on an inspection trip in a day
or two. The boy is getting along very
well.
J. C. Geiger. while going out home
on a bicycle Saturday night, tried to
run over an automobile, in proof of
which he is carrying a barked nose.
Sunny Jim Robinson, of Hub Shoe
and special train fame, is in town vis-
itinw him family and doarinr the


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S'Odd FPlows meet tonight.

'.. o agles meet tomorrow evening.
SThe Irael Brown houe located Red Men meet Thursday evening.
O Ada 8 street, Dear the Syna G. F. Watson of Coleman was at the
Sgogue, one block from. Oklawaha Montesma last night.
av ue, for a J ,Prido A few of thoae Diamond Edge Safety
Rasors left at the Court Pharmacy.
SMiss Carrie Odom has a position
with the Globe.
SO 5 or C doses "O wft cure any case
S- f chills and fever. Price, 25c.
T ermsSeeW g
Term, Mr. Ed Carmlehael is visiting his
farm on Silver Springs run.

P3ak's ChU Tonic, guaranteed to
.curew cuhs anad fever. 26 cents.

f-A FRAN K. _
A or S doAes **,- will cure any case
f1R-ls oa Chi and Fever. Price 25c. -
AN K Mr. N. H. Tyler of Dunnellon was at
the Ocala House last night.
-- ._-l ",_ __ ___ __ Buckshot Williams treated himself
,. to a stayover in Ocala last night.
-- --t|lI I I|I --- -- --- The Monte.uma had 36 arrivals yes-

'R(OLLINS COLl GE """'
SH..IL Burnard of Guadalfaro. Mexico.
FLORIDA'S OLD EST COLLEGE was at the Montezuma last night.
C.OLLGr, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF. MUSIC, &APR&SSION, Z. Wellhoner of Grahamville was
FIS ARTS DOMESTIC AND 'NDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND at the Montezuma last night.
iPUSIIESS.
I 4 q Mr. Maxwell of the Florida House,
Caregle Hall and third men's dormitory now completed; electric has returned from his vacation.
lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health condl- om vacation.
Stiou: aM e gymnaslunr, athletic elds, boating, tennis courts, golf lInks: Mr Carter, of the ala Furnitur
Baseball, football and basketball! teams champions of Florida In 19C. o Is rafflIng oif a f ine Winchester
M earty a quarter of a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate; Co. s rain or a fine inchester
uholrallps Available: Christian but undenominstIonml; stands for -.
--Ti :': cr|| .ir cm-lu Another shipment of hard water
S. oamp just In at the Postofflce Drug-
For Catalogue Address the Presiet: store
USE-t -amF6 n46.. Bk Mr. arrest Gordon of PhUadelphia,
W-- g* *in * U WD V B E U was a guest of the Ocala House last
---- ---- ---- ----- night.
,_________--.- -,- -, --,-- "- A new shipment of that famous Al-
_ pine Flax Just received at the Court


Pharmacy.
M A tobacco stalk seven reet high.

grown on the Marion Farms, is on ex-
hibition at the Commercial Bank.
W western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,c
.atttt, Armour's Star HaM, Armour's Pork brushes, eom and other toilet arti-
a.go. abbage, RaitbagasM Trnip e le ean the city. Tydings & Co.
-. et PotatoW Irish PotatoMes, Z8p h O1om15 Mr. J. T. Peacock, a well known
naval stores man of Valdosta, was at
w.p. EDWARDSthe Monteszuma today.

Rosce Violet Talcum is one of the
; ,? I fb "DO. t Market best. 26 cents at the Postoffice Drug-
*1.11,M., I( `.p ity N MI store.-
S- Mr. Teneyck and family have mov-
.'. **.l..ll- -l.|d>....me- _''Z0e ej- -- ed into Mrs. Souter's house on We-
nona street, next door to M. M. Little.
'1 "Three cents will fan you for ten

. tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
& L ETO CAA, FLI Mr. James Holder, the naval stores
operator from Citronelle, was In town
today.
ALL KINDS OF .
Have you seen the new visible Pay.
Fr- Mqe rewMres, Chol Ekgg, Its. Promde. Both Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
;- general agents.

S '" c-of l Kind t, the Co y. Re- do R1 n Mr. H.H. Petteway of Homosassa. a
naval stores operator, came up from
#. *PD*a. m First' Class R.etaint in C.enostiem. First Clans that place today.
M aes u| RdReasenable BSeard t* We*kly Customnos Nyal's Roach Powder kills *em
quick and Is non-poisonous. 25 cents
at the Poatofflee Drugstore.
Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought Mr. L. L. Horne, wife and baby. of
York, were at the Ocala House yester-
and Sold. day.
Take one of those bathing cars
along with you when going to the lake.
Telephone No. IIl P. 0. Box No. 652 Get them at the court pharmacy.
t 1 i ^-----'---C l Mr. John Mathews and wife of
13 i 12 Nw9 Ead wCandler. came up to see the ball game
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EXCURSION TRAIN
HAD AN ACCIDENT
An excursion train of nine coaches
left Gainesville for Ocala this morn-
ing, bringing over 660 people anxious
to see the crack teams of the two
cities play balL
A little this side of Keadrick. luck-
ily while the train was running slow-
ly, four cars left the track. All the
cars were turned over on their sides
and one was badly smashed.
It seems almost a miracle that a
number were not killed, but only four
were injured enough to note. They
were:
Oscar Kinneberw, leg badly crushed.
Ed Smith, arm broken.
Thornton Stringfellow, considerably
bruised, but not disabled.
A little girl, daughter of Mrs. Kin-
nard. cut with broken glass.
The engine, baggage car and five
coaches with all the people they would
hold came on to Ocala. The members
of the Gainesville ball team stayed by
the wreck. Manager Ed Bennett of
the Ocala team secured autos and
brought them in.
The other passengers were brought
to town by the remaining cars of their
own train, which backed up after them.
The accident took place at the
switch just this side of Kendrick. The
train was running slowly, or it is al-
most sure that many would have been
killed or wounded. The track was
considerably torn up. but will be re-
paired in time to let the afternoon
trains pass.

AT THE AIR DOME
The vaudeville at the Air Dome took
well last night.. There was a large
crowd, and it was well pleased. Mr.
Bernard is certainly an artist in his
line. His Jokes caused the greatest
amusement and his dancing alone was
worth paying the price to see.
The Air Dome always has good pic-
tures. but those last night were partic-
ularly fine.. There were two historical
sketches, a gipsy story and illustra-
tions of Hungary. The pleasure of the
evening was much added to by the
skillful performance of Miss Annie
Laurie Perry at the piano.

MAYOR'S MATINEE
Mayor Robertson held a full hand
this morning-four, and one to draw
to. They anted up as follows:
William Kauffman, disorderly: 15 or
ten days.
Ida Gallray, disorderly; $5 or ten
days. 0
Jeff Davis. d and d.: $5 or ten days.
Charles McMartin. drunk; $3 or ten
days.
William Barfield, drunk: forfeited a
$10 bond.
Mr. Roy Geiger. a son of the late la-
mented Dr. L. G. Geiger. who recent-
ly graduated with honors from Wake
Forrest College (N. C.) is In town rep-
resenting Columbia College, in which
Institution he will occupy the chair of
English during the coming session.
Mr. Geiger is a young man of pleasing
address, cultured and agreeable. He
Is here soliciting students for Colum-
bia and we wish him great success. Dr.
S. H. Blitch. who had a daughter and
son in this institution last year gives
It his unequivocable endorsement.

Two stalks of corn, each ten feet
high. and carrying two heavy ears to
the stalk, are on exhibition at the
Commercial Bank. They were grown
by L. B. Griggs on pine land near Lake
Jumper. Some stalks averaging four
ears each 'have been sent In from the
same section. Dr. Booser's exhibits
are very helpful to the farmers.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meadows and
children and Mr. J. C. Baskin of An-
thony. are spending today with Mr.
and Mrs. L R. Knight.
Mr. J. R. Moorhead came up today
from Shell Island, at the mouth of
Crystal River, where his family is
spending the summer. He will return
tomorrow.

Mr. B. LR. Chambers, the Orange
Lake merchant, was in town today,
having returned from Lady Lake.
where he went to take Mrs. Chambers
to visit her people for a few days.
Mr. Goodwin of Standard, the naval
stores operator, who has been in North
CaroliHha for the past four months, re-
turned home yesterday. Mr. Goodwin
was formerly with the Martel Lumber


Offers its services ana supeerp work-
manship In ahe art of paImtig vehi-
cles of all kinds and lases. It Ja
Introduced its specialty o panting au-
tomobiles. A sample at our work can
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W
Davis' auto. Give us a calL
THE OCALA WAGON WORK
NOTICE OF DISOLUTION
This is to Inform you that IL GoMd
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Robin Hood Sliced Apricots,
No. 1 1-2 15c.

Robin Hood Sliced Peaches,
No. 1 1-2 15c.

No. 1 Breakfast Herring- oe,
IOc, 3 for 25c.



TEAPOT

GROCERY


ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant famished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Jones.

PICNIC AT BUCK POND
A picnic will be given at Back Pond
on August 20th, when there will be
horse racing. horse trading, etc. A
fine time will be accorded all who at-
tend,, so come and bring your horse,
your friends and a well-filled basket.

WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. July 20.-Showers to-
night or Wednesday.

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

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.

PIANO TUNING
Ten years experience. iReferences,
any music teacher In Ocala, any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M.IL Lansford. city. 1-8-tf

ELLA GINGLE8 ACQUITTED
Chicago. July 30.-The Jury In the
Ella Gingles case returned a verdict
of not guilty last night and exonerated
Agnes Barrett, who Miss Gingles ac-
cused of immoral conduct.

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. PFittings also for
gasoline. Owner has substituted elec-
tric motor. Address P. 0. Box "88,
Ocala. 6-24-


The Airst sgt f the n t


pavmon, the latter mNs a ms
dev"M by all bnard-uuaga Mg g
the.cott-es arn tU"e a sed the e
is a happy.g icy em wIth a M
tuIm..e" as tsm mOLm a
et's home nmuer the O ssianam
Mr. and Mrs. Jasem mai, Is
ope. MaRny substaatial al d p
bones, both inlan W m 4d en the bhB
have been erected during the i .
cement sidewafts lad am iso O
shelled
The Clarendoa pavlu ie aer tan
'n"g ngent of Mr. eImemI was the
scene of a very lively daa V W-ee.
day night, sand in which m wa the
Ocala people partipted T e BA
tons Band frnitsate the am "e.
so thoroughly coneamial Osd del-
ful was the crowd that it -re.
back memories o the eniWfM si$inag
of '7, when there wer ftr-twe eep-
resentatives of Oealsa on the he
walk. Those resm Oela 4dm.a
were Misses hawr MttleM
and Carrie WgUam, AnNe AUMg
Josephine Wilasma of Soath a
Messrs. Jima Remt ad W. D. Taulor.
The others who are famnisar bilth
home folks were Dr. W ALC Mr.
and Mrs. Kockenarger. Miss Ml-
dred Randall, Mr. W. W. Wood
Mr. Courtney.

The galeties of Seabreee are mm
varied and nu seroM than at say
time *during the summer. DowIIA
pool, dancing, skating and Wride
parties are found to be In proae at
the Clarendon pavllou during all
hours of the day and evening. On
Tuesday evenings the Coiloaes Hn-
tel entertains at danetl and the ten-
nis courts are at the isposal of the
public. Thursday and Saturday ights
are pleasantly spent dancing at Keat-
ing's pavilion.

Friday after a alnegindl evea ti
at the pavilion, the following were
guests at a spread given by the Misses
Williams In the KIshbmee cottage
Misses Mary Burford, Anale Atkl.-
son, Messrs. W. D. Taylor., Jim Rents,
Wiley Burford, Alfred Heath ad W.
W. Wood. Chicken salad, Mkie,?
wafers, fruit punch, etc, wa. the
menu charmingly served by Messs.
Burford and Rents.


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The negroes of Africa are simple and
direct Into speech. It never occurs to
them, writes Mr. B. H. MiUIgan to
"The Jungle Folk In Africas," that the
purpose of language is to conceal
thought, and to eommlserate the Aft-
can for his color Is a waste of sym-
pathy. In Wlustratlon of this Mr. MM-
ligan gives an amusing conversation
with one of his pupils. One day when
I was talking to Bojedl something In
the course of the conversation prompt-
ed me to ask him whether he would
like to be a white man. He replied
respectfull but emphatically It the
negative. I wished to know his rea-
son He hesitated to tell me, but I
was Insistent, and at last he replied:
"Well, we think that we are better
looking."
I gasped when I thought of the vast-
ly m looking faces I had seen In the
jungles, and In apology for myself I
said:
"Bat you have not seen us In our
own country, where there Is no ma-
laria and where we are not yellow and
green."
He quietly asked what color we were'
In our own country, to which I prompt-
ly replied, "Ptak and white."
Looking at me steadily for a mo-
ment, he remarked:
"Mr. Milllgan, if I should see you In
your own country I don't believe I
should know you."

Moral Coureae.
A schoolteacher once told her class
that the courage which makes us do
what we think right, regardless of the
saners of others, was moral courage.
the best kind.
"Then If a boy has a box of candy.
like me yesterday." saM lad, "and
If he eats It all himself, without giving
any to people that have no right to It.
no matter how much they call him
mean and atingy, that there's moral
courage, ain't t, teacher?"

The Time Nt Ripe.
Anxious Patron-Dotor, don't you
think you'd better call to some other
physicians for consultation? Family
Doctor (ebeerfufly)-Oh no; not yet
There In stil some bopem-New York
Weekly.

ERdu"ree TotL.
"What 6o tbey mean by an eudur-
amce tot?"
"Two chapel bragging about their re-
spective makes of automekoe."-lau-
isville ourierJournal.


Beautiful Widow-Do you know. Im
f"rty years old today
Gallant Baehelor-Madam, you are
twenty. I never believe more than
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Friday at twilight the following, lit-
tle folks had a happy time, eating
picnic lunch on the beach: Vlrglak
SIstrunk. Agnes Burford, Martha Kate
and Louise Rentz, Julia Potter ofat
Gainesville, Sam Burford. Lagrange
Sistrunk, Carl and Robert HalL The
supper was given In honor of Virginia
S1strunk, who was enjoyIng her elev-
enth birthday.
Mrs. Jack Rents, who has been the
guest of her mother-In-law, Mrs. K.
P. Rents, In the Osceola cottage, left
this morning for her home at Levas.

Mr. J. B. Heirs of ob Sound, pe
Tuesday at Seabreese. Mrs. Helm,
Masters Jack Heirs and Waterpan
Newsom expect to return In a tew
days and spndd two weeks at the
the beach.
Miss Mary Burford is the muah ad-
mired week-end guest at Daytoma
Beach of Mise Mamie Wlteox. Miss
Wilcox Is also entertaining Miss Alta
Pearson, who is a decided favorite
among all the young people.

Master Wllev Burford has been Il
from fever, but today he Is een at
his happiest pastime, kite IMng.
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The departure of Mr. W. D. Taylor
Tuesday will be regretted by all the
young people, both at Seabreene and
Daytona Beach. Mr. Taylor is very
fond of fishing and is seen on the pier
daily.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk made the larg-
est catch on the pier Saturday morn-
ing.
Decidedly the largest and merriest
dance on the beach this summer was
given last evening at Daytona Beach.
Ocala was well represented and her
girls were particularly noticeable on
account of their prominence and pop-
ularity. Those from Ocala were:
Misses Carrie Williams, Alta Pearson,
Virginia Sistrunk, Annie Atkilnon,
Mary Burford, Mrs. R. 8. Hall, Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. 0. T. Green,
Messrs,. W. D. Taylor, Edward Green
and Lagrange Sistrunk. Others known
to many of the Ocala people were
Miss Josephine Williams of South
c arolina, who is the guest of her sis-
ter. Mrs. R. 8. Hall, Miss Mildred
Randall and Mrs. Dobbins of Sea-
breeze, Miss Mamie Wilcox of Gaines-
ville. Messrs. Harry Tompson, R. S.
McKenzie, of Jacksonville, Louis Ar-
nold and C. Conova. Capt. Snow,
Harry Merriday. all of Palatka. Will-
iam Roxly, Frank Pope and Roy
Barnes.

Mr. R. R. Carroll came up today
from the camp at Shell Island. The
party is having a great time and
catching all the fish they can use. COl.
of the party. Mr. Carroll will return
1H. M. Hampton is the prise fisherman
tomorrow morning for a few days more.

The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accura,.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest In the
country. Send us your prescriptionL
Tydings & Co.
THE OCALA WAGON WORKS


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Why the Menu Wm ChanI*d.
The culinary department of an East
Indian household, If the story of an
American traveler who has recently re-
turned from Calcutta is to be believed,
Is managed far differently from an
American kitchen. "Here we employ
an Ethiopian expert at so much a
week." says the Philadelphia Record.
"There a cook would disdain &t place
a weekly valuation on his services.
His conditions involve a flat rate of so
many shillings weekly for the furnish-,
Ing and preparation of provisions. This
system of putting the culinary depart-
meat out to contract causes a penurl-
ousness on the part of the chef which
frequently is not for the best health
and welfare of the household. Short-
ly before last Christmas the above
named American tourist had ordered
his cook to have steak for dinner.
Broiled chicken was served Instead.
Pressed for his reasons for disregard-
ing the command of the head of the
household, the cook explained that the
chicken had taken sick and if it h.:d
not been killed and served that day he
was afraid he would have lost it."

Censcientious Bill.
"Bill had charge of tbp a1r!'al tent."
snid the old circus man. ".intd among
his pets was a leopard, the'bnly ore we
had with the chow, and quite enough
too. This leopard gave Bill more tron-
ble than all the rest of the menagerie
put together. It was certainly an ugly
brute.
"Well, one day when we were show-
ing In the Midlands I had come up to
London to arrange about some advance
business. I was eating my dinner in
the hotel when a telegram was handed
to me. It was from Bill and read:
'The leopard has escaped. Prowling
about town. What shall I do?'
"That was just like Bill. He had to
have explicit directions, even In an
emergency like this. He didn't want
to make a mistake.
"I immediately wired back to Bill,
*Shoot him on the spot.' I didn't think
any more about it until a couple of
hours later, when I received another
telegram from conscientious, careful
Bill, asking, 'Which spot?"'

Relative Hardness of Precious Stones.
The relative hardness of various
stones is easily determined by testing
the power of one stone to make
scratches on another. If a diamond is
rubbed with one of the points of a
topaz, the topaz point is blunted and
the mark which will be seen on the
face of the diamond is only the dust
of the topaz, which can be brushed off
with the finger. But if the topaz Is
rubbed against the diamond the lat-
ter is unaltered and the surface of the
former is marked with a scratch
which can be removed only by fur-
ther polishing down. It is on the basis
of this process of comparison that a ,
scale of comparative hardness has
been formed represented by ten sub-
stances, of which diamond is the high-
est and graphite the lowest In the
scale. It Is a curious fact that these
two extremes of the scale, the brilliant
and hard diamond and soft black
graphite, are both chemically the same
substance-pure carbon.-Jewelers' Cir-
cular.

Good Reason.
It was a kindly custom In a certain
village for the wealthier Inhabitants to
make good the loss which a poorer vil-
lager might sustain through the death
of a pig. Old Major Currie. however,
had but recently returned from In-
dia; he, therefore was astounded at
receiving a visit from a laborer's wife.
"Lost a pig, eh?" he repeated gruff-
ly. "Well. I haven't got it I don't


collect pigsc!"
"Beggin' your pardon,
the woman; "but, you
died."
"Well, d'ye want me
funeral, send a wreath,
man?" he fumed.


sir." faltered
see, the pig

to go to the
or what, wo-


"Oh, no, air; Indeed, no!" was the re-
ply. "But we're poor folks, sir, and
we thought that, being' the biggest pig
In the neighborhood, you'd give us a
little 'elp."-London Tit-Bits.

Refusing the Cure.
"Cultivate the acquaintance of wom-
en If you can," said the woman to the
girL "Surround yourself by women.
They are certain protection against
calumny. Women who have many
women friends are never so awfully
much talked about. It's policy."
"Is that what you have done?" asked
the girl quietly.
."No," answered the woman. "You
know It Isn't I'd rather be dead than
to have to associate with women."-
New York Press.

A Light Burden.
A frall little slip of a girl with a
sweet. worn face tolled up the hill
under the weight of a robust infant
who must have weighed nearly as
much as she did.
"My dear child," exclaimed a sym-
pathetic passerby, "you ought not to
carry that big baby. Isn't he dread-
fully heavy?"
"Heavy? Why, no. Indeed, ma'am,"
she smiled. "He's my brother!"-De-
linestor.


Realistic.
She (at the masicale)-Miss Schreech-
er sings with wonderful realism. Don't
you think so? He-Yes: you can al-
most see the crack In her Tolce.-De-
troit Saturday Night.

A Restless Breed.
Mr. Sckkhamn-No. sirree. mone.,
wouldn't buy that dog. He's a cross
between a St. Bernard and- Mr. Pet-
vev (who is not enthnuslastic-And a


A Squn DeM
b anored you when you buy Dr. Plwers
family mod:cines-for all the ingredl-
enta enterir. into them are printed on
the bottle-wrappers and their formulas
are atte-ted under oath as belong complete
and correct You know J ust w hat you an
paying for and that the Ingredients are
aftthered from Nature's laboratory, being
elected from the moat valuable native
mackinal roots found growing in our
American form dbiphllepokeattocure
are m sPeO r toW the m
delic a most valueIeani septc d ant

tac IAth pIay n to en ttji
toiag pl ha asse b p it DL^ uh ^

ferment, utritive and soothing demSul
:ent
Glycerine plays an Important part in
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in
the cure of indigestion, dyspepsia and
weak stomach, attended by sour risings,
heart-burn, foul breath, coated tongue,
poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stom-
ach. biliousness and kindred derange-
ments of the stomach. liver and hov. els.
Beside curing all taie above n.m.ptressing
aDim i. the"'Goldena Medical Di)e very i
Is a spmific for all disased of the mucous
membranes. as eftarrh, whether of the
Basal passages or of ti.n stomach, bowels
or pelvic organs. Even in its ulcerative
stages it will yield to this sovereign rem-
edy if itsusebe perseveredin. In Chronic
Catarrh of the Nasal passages. it is well,
while taking the "Golden Medical Dier
cover for the necessary constitutional
treatment, to cleanse the passages freely
two or three times a day with Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course
of treatmt ml ally cures the worst
eases.
In coughs use boarseness esami d by born-
cbial. thrust and lung arectious, except con-
Sumptin in Ith advan.'tl stages. n tle "tioldeo
Medical Dliscvery" is a not efficient rem-
edy. especially in tLoMe obstinate, hang-in
coughs caused oy irritat.on and conestl on of
the bronchial mucou.s nmnmbranes. The "Dis"
cover Is not so good for acute coughs aris-
Ing from sudden colds, nor must It be ex-
pected to cure consumption in Its siranced
states-no nudtlcie will do that-but for all
the obstinate, chronic cough which. If neg
elected. or badly treated. lead up to consumhp
Uoa. itthe htl st. imiedla that can be takes
lUW RATES
via the
steAtK.tmiu AIR ..AE
$1&25-Knoxville, Tenn., nd return.
S. S., June 20. 21, 22, 26, 27. July 3,
1. 11. 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sepit. 30. Stopovers.
$18.70-Monteagle and Sewanee, Tenn,
and return. M. W. & M. F., July 1,
10. 17, 23, 24, 30, August a i., 14. Limit
St pt. 5.
$17.95--Black Mountain, N. C., and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19. 2a.
th August 2, 9, 16, 21. 25. Limit
Sept. 6.
$104.65-San Francisco, Cal., and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
I to Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct.
31. Stopovers.
$95.40-Seattle, Portland, Tacoma,
Vancouver, Vitorisa, Everett, New
Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to
6.'ept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.
Stopovers.
Above Rates Open to the Public
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OCALA, FLA.
C. M. DICKERSON. T. P. A..
TAMPA. FLORIDA..
FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE
I have six fine pointer puppies for
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Ocala, Fla. 3tdltw
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
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Rates reasonable. All goods press-
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delivered promptly. All transient
work not called for in 30 days will
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RATE, ONE DOLLAR A MONTH


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Careful estimates maae on all
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-The original
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A ainomHeldaQ
- "&aw, I dmt ttk 1 1 b
tayim' l on t s tow nw Job hk trek
up wud," said Mrm. Herliby. "Tt We
hand fer him. Sue, he gets m tet
at all from Meoda' morning' till lat
da' night, and 'tis not what the im's
used to."
"He has his Sundays to ri t ia,"
hazarded the caller boldly.
"An' what o' that said Mm Herli-
by. "On Smnda's he hs to go to
church an' take the children to their
grandanmnm's an' visit wid Mhis e Om
an' all-'tis no rist at all."
"Tas wan day out of Ivery artat
be had wid the ould Job, wa''t It?
quered the caller.
"It was," said Mrs. Heribty, "an'
'twas a grand vacation he aLd. rd.
save Ivery bit o' the washh, and he'd
wring It out fine an' an ft a the
line for me; thin he'd saw an split
wood enough to lst till the alxt vaca-
ion day. an' he'd bate vry mat to
the house an' shine up the facets an'
the b'ller an' wash the windys, an'
there'd always be some little exthra
help, driven' nails er the Uke, he cad
give me.
"An' whin he'd go to his bed at
night he'd nhier fall to say to me.
'Well Celia, my vacation day is over,
but I feel like it's made me ready to
go back to wurrk tomorrer,' be say."
-Youth's Companion.


A Great Mystery.
There is one great mystery In God's
universe-somewhere flows a fountain
of life, where is one of God's secrets.
How far Its waters flow we cannot
tell. No human feet have tracked its
streams In their wanderings. The Fa-
ther has decreed that we must drink
of It to live, and yet he blinds our
eyes with sleep before he lets us
drink. When we awake the strength
of the stream Is In us, and ao we make
the journey of the day. And the
strange v aters have strange powers.
Soul darkness and despair are melted
in them; fear and trouble shrivel; hope
and strength are held in sweet solu-
tion in their wakes. Worn and weary
with the care and fret, closing her
eyes ap the tired lids fall in the gloom
of nightU the faint mother lips into
the stream of sleep. and then In a little
while the morning comes, and a new
woman looks out upon the day with
the secret of a new creation in her
soul. new power and courage born of
the waters of llfe.-Sturgls (Ky.)
News-Democrat.

"Humble Pie."
Originally the term "humble pie"
carried no opprobrious meaning. The
pie was one made out of the "hum-
bles" or "numbles," from the Norman
French "nombrils"-. e, the entrails
of a deer. To this day it is highly es-
teemed lp Scotland and In northern
parts of England. So late as the time
of Pepys "umble pie" was served as
part of the menu of a gentleman's ta-
ble on an extraordinary occasion. Some
writers derive the contumelious uae of
the phrase "to eat humble pie" from
an alleged custom of serving "amble
pie" below 'the salt, or at the second
table. But this is not supported by
authority. It more probably came into
use simply through the similarity of
sound, there being no similarity of
meaning whatever between the noun
fumbless or numbles and the adjective
humble.
The Law of Gravitation.
In 1009--seventy-seven years before
the publication of Newton's "Princi-
pla"- Shakespeare in the play of
'Troilus and Creesida," act 4, scene 2.
makes one of his characters say:
Do to this body what extremity you esa.
But the strong base and budding of my
love
Is as the very center of the earth,
Drawing all things to it.
This would seem to look very like
the announcement of the law of gravi-
ty, and yet nothing can possibly be
truer than the fact that the great poet
did not In any substantial sense antici-
pate the philosopher. Between 8hake-
speare's fancy and the scientific tri-
umph of Newton there is an nfinite
difference.-New York Am .er.-

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.

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 I
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.
WATCH FuR 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 to the trade in quantities. See
the company's ad. elsewhere in this
issue. The ice is made from pure
distilled water and is flrst-class.


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by .i pggood rie WOMFMO Lidol aMNDqp


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absolutely duplicating Natuie'w
normal process, In perfectly dipml*
tug an food taken toe the stoe-
Ach.
While Kodotdo t ingd thl tes
stomach is resting-eand become
strong and healthy. A stroat ad
healthy stomach k urat a
6ound and active brain.
The maa with a am sd tomach
-a stomactr that Is 4olW fwr the
body Just what Nature hteaded
i to d-4s them w hoM always
pmpared for any emergmay. He
o "there with theM goods."
The ma with a sick stomach, Is
ma mas lck an over. When the
stomach Is Irritated by undigested
food, the blood and heart are di-
reetly affected. Tb dullneu, n-
satral sleepiness sick-eheadaches,
vertigo and antetg spells, and
ens serous brait trouble develop.
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Surna the stomach sa bra
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