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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 21, 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: VID03224
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Candmid Admisiens of Harry Thaw's
Wife, who has No Desire to Pese
as a Model of Virtue
New York, July 21-Evelyn Nesbit
Thaw. In an Interview yesterday, told
the first comprehensive story tliat has
ever come from her lips of the events
Connected with the tragedy on the
Madison Square Garden roof on that
night In June three years ago..
This takes into account her other
recital of her relationship with the vic-
tim of her husband's hatred on the
witness stand.
"I have no desire to pose as an ex-
ample for young American women to
follow she said. "I want no one to
have illusions as to what I am.. But I
am just as anxious to end for all time
the ridiculous nonsense that Is being
spread about as portraying me. I want
two things thoroughly understood.
"The first one Is that I have never
committed any crime. I am a young
'woman whose unfortunate upbringing
has ended in my being connected with
a sordid murder, In which I had no
part and which I tried three years to
"During my married life with Thaw
I lived at home as quietly and with as
much regard for the conventions as
any woman ever had. I may marry
again. It is all a question In my mind
as to the advisability of giving up a
career I have mapped out for myself,
or of setting dawn to rear children in
the fashion of the good housewife and
"If you will have the truth. I am
distinctly unmoral, as the world today
views morals.. I have my own code of
ethics, and I live up to them. But,
from present day Ideals. I am unmoral.
There is no question of it."
Mrs. Thaw made known for the first
time that there is a man of whom she
thinks more than of any one else in
the world. She would not tell his
"But I am not a bad woman." she
went on, "in the sense that I spoke of
bad women In that first triaL If I
make up my mind to marry the man I
love, I shall do it, and the world will
hunt in vain for a chance to accuse me
of Indiscretions. If, on the other hand.
I reach the conclusion that my art
means more to me than the raising of
children; if I decide it is not right for
me to become a mother and stigmatize
children with the curse that has been
brought upon my name, I shall tell the
man I love, as I have already told him
I should do, that I cannot marry him:
that our marriage would be a thing to
hurt us both later.
"It isn't strange, then, that when
Stanford White single me out and
bought me a pearl drop tnat cost $1,.000
and let every one know he approved of
me-It Isn't strange I thought he was
the most wonderful man in the world.
Mistake Number One
"But mistake No. 1 comes rIght here,
and by mistake I mean the popular
Impression that was gained from my
cross-examination In that first trial.
"You will remember I swore on the
stand I was given a drug by ftanford
White that left me unconscious at the
end of a minute. I also said I recover-
ed from the III effects of that drug in
less than three hours and went home.
At that time I knew as well as any
one else that every one doubted the
truth of that statement. But it was
not untrue.
"It isn't true that I hated Stanford
White then or at any time.. He was so
much finer and bigger-hearted and
more considerate of all women than
any men one meets In the ordinary
course of events that his unhappy at-
titude toward women and girls is a
fault to be minimized in summing up
his whole life career.
Stolen from White
"Thaw stole me away from White.
Just the same as men In the stone age
stole women-folk lore says such things
happened, and I understand that is the
way the old tales go.
"For more than a year before that
Christmas night in 1903 I had seen
White only occasionally, ,but he was
my protector-my patron, if you will-
and I loved him more than I ever had
any man or woman in my Ilfe. my
mother and father not excepted.
"And right here, before we get to
the rest of it, let me say It was not
easy-what I forced myself to do on
that' witness stand. Do y'u think I
followed my inclinations when I sat

there and looked at that grinning
Thaw down below me. that miserable
man whose life I was searing my heart
to save. and told secrets I would have
kept from the world at the cost of my
own life ?
"It wasn't easy. But it was following
out a determination I had made with
the flash of his revo'ver that night on
the roof garden. That's all."

"About ten years ago my brother
was 'held-up' in his work. health and
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless consumption," writes W. R.
LIscomb, of Washington. N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment from several doctors, but found
no help till he used Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He is a well man today."
It's quick to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
hages, coughs and colds, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
fections. 0Sc and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.


If You Are, See a Doctor; You Prob-
ably Have the Hook-Worm


Washington. D. C.. July 21.-When
Surgeon General Torrey makes up his
annual report it will include much data
relative to the prevalence of the "hook
worm or "lazy bug" among the soldiers
and enlisted men men from the south-
ern states.
These recruits, passing through the
army depot at Fort Slocum. were x-
amined to the number of 140. Of this
number 109 of them were found to br-
I.ifected. W st Virginia. North Caro-
lina, Alabama and Tennessee all sup-
plied a portion of these recruits.
After being treated by the army
surgeons,, all of the soldiers placed
under treatment and observation gain-
ed weight and showed a general im-
provement in physical condition.
The surgeon general may suggest
the possibility of instituting a cam-
paign against the disease in the South.
Every housekeeper recognizes the
need of effective remedies to be used
in emergencies-when something must
be done right away. Such a remedy
Is Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains
and bruises, for strained muscles and
for the aches and pains resulting from
blows and falls. Burns and cuts are
instantly relieved by it and helped to
healing. Its mission of mercy began
seventy years ago. It Is used in all
countries and millioia of bottles are
sold annually. There is but one Pain-
killer, Perry Davis'. Have you seen
the large new 35c. size? 6

Heroic Method of English Suffragettes
to Get but of Jail
London, England, July 21.-The Hol-
loway Jail officials face a serious prob-
lem in handling the suffragettes who
refuse to eat the Jail fare. Several are
in a serious condition, having abstain-
ed from food for several days. As a re-
sult of the release yesterday of Folr-
ence Cook and Gladys Roberts from
jail,, the suffragettes are jubilant.
the- merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 91 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis. Mo.
An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
means that man ana wire have lived
to a good old age and consequently
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your liver
does its duty 365 days out of 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-
A new seven-room house for rent.
on Daugherty street Apply to A. G.

attended by the highest priced baby
specialist could not be cured or stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby if you give it
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
hoea, dysentery and all derangements
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drug-

MaIrll anlP AIR iNE
$18.25-Knoxville, Tenn, and return.
S. S., June 20. 21, 22, 26, 27, July 3,
10, 11, 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept. 30. Stopovers.
$18.70-Monteagle and Sewanee, Tenn,
and return. M. W. & M. F.. July 1,
10,1. 17. 23, 2, 30. August J. 14. Limit
Sept. .
$17.5-Black Mountain, N. C. and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19. .,
31. August 2, 9, 1, 21, 25. Limit
Sept. 6.
$104.65-San Francisco, Cal., and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
1 to Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct.
31. Stopovers.
$95.40-Seattle, Portland, Tecoma,

Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, New
Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to
k'ept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.
Above Rates Open to the Public

If you have pains In the back, weak
back. or any other indications of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder, you should get
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
right away when you experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder com-
plaint, but be sure that you get De-
witt'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-
dU.-alva a* -ra trial Ihn-v nf *thoup lri^And


Several Mexican Consplraturs Captur-
ed in Sinaloa-Arms Being Smug-
gled Across the Border
Mexico City. July 21.-The arrest of
a number of alleged conspirators at
Fuerte. stats of Sinaloa. has brought
ti light a far reaching plot to over-
throw the existing administration of
Mexir.i. Papers found In possession of
Jose T 'Orl. one of the local leaders of
the alleged revolutionists. are said to
r,-val the scope of the movement...
It was planned, the story goes. that
the uprising should take place on Sep-
tember 16 next. the anniversary of
Mexican independence. The name of
thp men who are directing the move-
ment ar" in the hands of the authori-
ties. The Junta is reported to be lo-
cated at San Antonio, Texas.
The fact that large quantities of
arms and ammunition were being pur-
chased in Texas and Arizona and
smuggled into the state of Mexico
came to the knowledge of the govern-
ment authorities recently. .It was
by tracing one of these contraband
shipments that the Identity of the con-
spirators at Fuerte was established.

Steal Flowers from Graveyards to
Wear at Balls and Parties
Pueblo. Mexico. July 21.-Stealing
flowers from cemetery vaults to deck
themselves out for balls and parties is
the offense charged to a number of so-
ciety girls here.. Complaints that vaults
were entered and rare and costly hot-
housp flowers stolen in the city ceme-
tery resulted in an investigation and
the arrest of a number of young la-
dies who were carrying plants hidden
in their parasols.
The names have been suppressed, as
they are among members of prominent

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Creas Pewter (any flavor) anid two heap-
n n t:,iit<.svnula of corn starch. Dis-
A V.jiv i2 i httlccoll milk. Stir this mix-
Sure .ito> ("..' .I:iat of 1,oiling malk and
c-r",k ,n. t ;?< .:tl.y tlliick.usually frora
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.ir a p.Ackage of Jell.-O Ice Oream
\ Pow'der into a quart of milk and
make two quarts of ine ice cream at
one ee:pt a dish.
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I'. 0. Box 46.




Ope lato the lobb., cf the Oeala
Offers t.e very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
Hot Runmnng Water at AH Times


Life Assurance Society

M Te VUNit States


Resident Agent.


Best Quality

Prompt Service

In considering the effect of fertiliz-
ers upon pecan trees it Is necessary to
have a clear understanding of the
character of soil, method of caring for
the trees and the purpose to be accom-
The soil of central and western Flor-
ida best suited to pecans may be de-
scribed as a sandy loam soil with a
moist sandy-clay subsoil.
In putting out an orchard we prefer
to plant the trees first and later fer-
tilize them. As soon as planted the
ground around the trees should be
put in good tilth and kept so during
the early part of the growing season.
No amount of fertilizer will take the
place of careful cultivation.
After the tree is properly planted
we find that a forkful of well decom-
posed stable manure spaded in around
it, just beyond the roots, is of great
It Is usually considered that the tree
requires the first season to become
well established and that little growth
need be expected. But with good cul-
tivation and proper fertilizer a fair
growth can readily be obtained. We
find that a good rule to follow is:
First season one forkful of manure
and one pound of complete fertilizer,
each year thereafter add one forkful
of manure and one pound of complete
fertilizer and the tree will have all it
needs. After the tree has made its
main growth the ground should be
planted with cowpeas. This will add
humus to the soil, enrich it and keep
down the growth of weeds. At the
proper time this may be cut for hay
or plowed under as best suits one's
The fertilizer we like best Is one,
composed of about equal parts of ni-
trogen. phosphate and potash. A
5-5-5 formula is good. Part of the
nitrogen should be in an Immediately
available form as nitrate of soda. This
will give the tree a quick start in the
spring. It should be applied only a
week or ten days before the trees are
ready to break bud. All fertilizer
when applied, should be covered either
by hoeing or discing.
We like the genuine Peruvian
guano as a basis for fertilizers, It be-
ing a natural rather than an artificial
The commercial fertilizers begin
feeding the trees early in the season
and the stable manure shows its ef-
fects later.




The remarkable suoes friendship of its customers, gained
their interest&.
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Manuel, the Young King of Portaiq,
Will Seen Wed the English
Princess Alexandra
Lisbon. Portugal, July 21.-El Lib-
eral. the official government organ..
announces the engagement of King
Manuel. twenty years old, to the Eng-
lish princess. Alexandra, eldest daugh-
ter of the Duke of Fife. The alliance
Is expected to strengthen Portugal
with England and furnish the former
country a more stable government.

I will place an electric smoothing
iron in your home on a few days' trial.
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in 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 Ilat only where it is
wanted. H.W. TUCKER.

I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do it
right. Houses painted inside and out.
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Is what could truthfully be said of
many children who die. They have
worms, poor little things-they don't
know it and you don't realize it If
your child is cross, fretful, pasty
complexioned and loses weight for
no apparent reason, give it White's
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur-
prlped at the results and how quickly
it picks up. Sold by all druggists.

I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.

The annual picnic will be given at
Carter's Pond July 23rd, and the pub-
lis is cordially Invited to attend and
bring well filled baskets.

A fine soda fountain for sale: cost
$350: will take $150 cash for it. Ap-
ply to S. A. Moses & Brother, city.

Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
esa"y as 4:30 If they desire.



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The Beautiful

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"Land of the Sky" WAYNES VILLE, N. C. AtitUde W Fet
On the Southern Railway, one hour from Ashevile. Capacity Xi2 gslfB.,
No consumptives. Hot and Cold fulphur Baths, Mauso, Bewiltg ai TeMI0A
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party sad MBMfy t ates,. e,
information address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Formerly mnasw6r e EgKu
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Ina speaug yesterday the con-
aveo'. w y oag ema t OeOala over the
tem eohdalp,I a Mlantosh business
mEN, who has resMded there all of his
tWfe. m0 d to a tar man:
"I will tll you where you Ocala peo.-
ple ~le more of our business and the
msimes frlm the o'lher points there-
abheet tham you do because of train
c hedftes, bad or ndifferent. and that
s the lack et a direct telephone con-
inieta frem thee to Ocala. Why do
*, net ye or the Ocala Telephone Co.
put o* a diret line? True, on the
bodks we appear to be connected, but
R is alet e to get a con-
Ieetiea wlth hat i aIntelligible.
whir. to Gmaesvl It le direct and
S dear mad i*ot the trading is done
ever the plob n it that city, Instead of
S *You mlght just as well have this
bueilems as nMt, and ewold, If yeu bad
Sa telephone eoauectlom so that we
S e-od o Mate wl h Ocala, order
Sed sa d Ugans asu other busi-
Sem is poasee over a good work-
g t telephone 11ime0."
Now the Star offer this as a sug-
gestlo.n both to the ealnane Interests
of Ocals sad the Oeala Telephone Co.:
Lak lato it. Sleep where the trouble
Ilee sad It It eaanot be reandled. One
Sema readily gee with the long round-
about oonmectlon from McIntosh and
sister towas to Galnesville, around by
other poatou sad Danellos and Into
Ocala is nt very atfactory.

Major Om Gaile P Healey. one of the
mo.t widely known men In Florida, to
The end eame at 7 o'clock this morn-
Ing at the Defoto Sanitarium, after
an mineas of about five months. The
direct ease of his demise was heart
iluae, but up to a few months ago he
was la excellent health and was one of
the moat active men In Florida.
Major Healey was a native of Penn-
sylvanal, and served creditably In the
federal army during the civil war.
P'* Many years ago be removed to Seville.
Ip Voluela county, where he engaged
t orange mitare and took a promil-
Iaet part in the politics. of the state.
SIn eouventlons he was often heard.
S ad his face was familiar at every ses.
alon of the legislature until the pres-
SHis extensive acquaintance with
prm lnent men all over the state, and
le activity tIn behalf of certain prop-
s o a rendn him effective In leg-
Islative matters. Stretmmou as a work.
er Ina politles, e claimed the friend-
ship of his faibnta +because Of- bI
S cheerful disposItlon. Several years
ago hi. activity In political debates
SecItW d much attention, and he was
known all over the state as the "Bald
Saie et Voluela."
A eeuple of years ago he removed to
JacksoavDe and claimed this city as
. his hbom until his death.
Major Healey was an active and en-
thusiasutic member of the local order
of Ulks, and the organization will have
charge of the auaeral, which will be
held Thursday morning In the chapel
Ot Undertaker Marcs Conant.-Jack-
sonvllle Metapolis, Zeth.

Disocusing politics, taxes, crops.
price. and the rising coast of living.
and predicting that the day is near
wbhen meat will be beyond the reach of
the American wage-earner. James J.
Hlira concluding thought was that
* "now Is a food time to begin prac-
cinlag economy." That is excellent ad-
vice at any time and all times for
wasteful governments as well as ex-
travadant Indlviduals. What is its
meaning to the average citlzen?
This pemon is profoundly Interested
In eco adjusted to certain long-
eherished standards. We Imagine that
be will have no difficultty in relinquish-
mg hIs private car and his sixty-horse.
power racing machine. He has already
reamnced things of much more im-
portance. But taxes, direct and in-

direct, are increasiUg: rents are rising;
price of food and clothing are mount-
Ing higher and higher; demands upon
his purse from all sides are multiply-
ing. Imnaee and death are not new
woes by any means, but they now
carry expenses unknown to earlier
generation. In the presence of these
eOadltlon the wage envelope or the
salary lchets show few signs of in-
lation or elastieity. To most people
In prosperity earnings are a fixed
quantity. In adversity they may van-
ish entirely.
Mr. hUn'@ economic formula is sim-
ple enough. but It needs interpretation.
If It be true that meat is soon to be
beSie the reach of our wage-earners
his meaning is taat they must pres-
tly sublet upon cereals and vege-
tables. It a a coutlash. sentence that
be pas es pon them. They must
move downward an the social scale, not
a upward. They are living beyond their
meaia The few ft years of American
labor have passed never to return. The
Sno years* aree at hand and they will
be m NOW.
furthermore If Mr. Hill be correct.
whBa meat leaves the workldgman's
ta e, while bread will accompany it.
Whea white bread disappears we shall
akI to vaa to humble homes for but-
t.r aeNs& and frult. Are these the
"1mtle eooomie which Mr. Hill would
S s practice, while plutocracy and
prig Ae. memopollalag most of the
tha that eater 'ate the cost of lyv-
San. framing sew tars for extor-
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WANTED-Position by young white
man at anything: handy with tools.
John Walsh, 58 North Orange street,
city. -17-2t

Everyone would be benefited by tak-
Ing Foley's Orino Laxative for stom-
ach and liver trouble and habitual
constipation. It sweetens the stom-
ach and breath, gently stimulates the
liver and regulates the bowels and is
much superior to pills and ordinary
laxatives. Why not try Foley's Orino
Laxative today? Sold by all druggists

Rose Violet Talcum is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postoffice Drug-
;FOR RENT-My residence recently
occuple-d by Mr. H. C. Judd, No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
Hood. 7-10tf
When in n(-ed of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble could realize their
danger they would without loss of
time commence taking Foley's Kidney
Pills. This groat remedy stops the
pala and the Irregularities, strength-
ens and builds up these organs and
there Is no danger of Bright's disease
or other serious disorder.. Do not dis-
regard the early symptonjs. Sold by
all druggists.
One rubber tired buggy and harness,
both good as new. Will sell at a bar-
gain if taken at once. Apply to L1 B.
McKenzie, the electrician.
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.
Delay In taking Foley's Kindey
Remedy if you have backache, kidney
or bladder trouble, fastens the disease
upon and makes a cure more difficult.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy today and you will soon be
well. Why risk a serious malady?
Sold by all druggists.
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
its prescription department Pure
drugs only are used, which are select-
ed by men of experience.
Delay in commencing treatment for
a slight irregularity that could have
been cured quickly by Fo!ey's Kidney
Remedy builds up the worn out tis-
sues and strengthens these organs.
Sold by all druggists.
FOR RENT-Flve-room house near
pumping station. Apply to IL C.
Jones, Ocala BottUnk Works, Ocala,
Fla. 6-25-tf
A new line of popular priced books
just in at the Ocala News Co.

The profession safe cracker is There are two ways of finding out.
ed on the equipment of every bank in I One-await for time and disease to
the country and simply is not going to drive you to It.
tackle one of these. The burglar in-j Two-Consult us about it.
surance companies recognize their ad- We Can Tell You whether or not you
vantage in that they give a much low- need them and charge nothing for con-
er rate on the Insurance where banks suitations. DR. D. M. BONEY.
are quippedd with this protection. Thet Eyesight Speciatist.
danger of robbery at night for the Ocala. Fla.
Munroe & Chambliss Bank is now so, Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
small as to not he considered at all in to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
the list of banking dangers. In the! oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

near future the bank will give a public
demonstration of the working of the
system, one of the experts coming here
for the purpose. Due notice will be
given of the fact when they are ready.

For rent an eignt-room residence
well located on South Third street.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Topli
at the Mor.tczuma hotel.

Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best
known medicine in use for the relief
and cure of bowel complaints. It cures
griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, and
should be taken at first unnatural
looseness of the bowels. It is equally
valuable for children and adults. It
always cures.

Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Oc;:'a News Co.

Not a minute should be lost when
a child shows symptoms of croup.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given
as soon as the child becomes hoarse.
or even after the croupy cough ap-
pears, will prevent the attack.
Eagles meet tonight.

Fr Infa ta. and Cil-re Us. ahewrl.
*_ am 1*IA Her first chocm-her last
Ih KM Yu Alpu Bt choice,-aiher choice
at al amn .
Signature of ws a 'acnu's as-


Meets every first and -
hird Wednesday even-
ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren F
always welcome. *
P. W. Ditto, President.
W. C. Moore. Secretary.


Physician ad Surgeon

Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30, at General Practice Call Made Promptly
Tonge's Hall. W. Gray, C. of R. Night or Day

O KNIGHTS OF PIYTHIAS Special Attention to Obstetries, Di-
seases of Women and Children
Conventions h Id every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall. Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
ov, r Ptrysr's store. A cordial Second Floor: Phones, Office No. 333;
welcome to vilitini knights. T'esidence, No. 333.
Sidney Halle. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S. OCALA, FLORIDA

I..0. F.
L 0. 0. F. meets ev-
in TYonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al- SURGEON
ways welcome.
W. L. Colbert. N. G. Office-Second Floor The Munroe &
M. M. Little, Secretary. Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala.,
S F. & A relephones-Ofice, 222; Residence.
SMarinn-Dunn Lodge Office Hours-9 to 12 a. nm.; 2 to 4
\ o. 19 meets in the i..:; 7:30 to 8:30 n. m.

1sVy/ temple on the first and
Third Thursday even-
Ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially invited. J. A. Bovier, W. M
W. V. Wheeler. Secretary. IA M I .


& KicKA!


Regular convocations of the Ocala
chapter r No. 13, R. A. M., on the 4th 1 Under krs and Embalmers
Friday in every minth at 8 p. m. E M er Alfred E. Owe
N. I. Gottlieb, H. P. D. E. MTel A r' E. Owes
Jake Brown, secretary.



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weed by the various ball teams. George THE NEW BURGLAR PRquo eCr ION BRAVE ON HIS DEATH BED
NItch in the author of a highly amus-
gW setoh which he calls "A Plea for Mr. Allen Juelfs, the expert electric. Atlanta Man Pulled a Trigger on a
the Conservation of Another Great : an from the Electrical Protection Co., Burglar With His Last Strength
National Resource," Illustrated with of Minneapolis. with his assistant has
earteons by John T. McCutchton. completed the installing of the burglar Atlanta. Ga, July 21.-When on his
WIilam Allen White contributes an- alarm system in both the big vaults of death bed C. B. Walker. a business
other article to has widely discussed the Munroe & Chambliss Bank and hal! man of Atlanta. was aroused by the
serie. "The Old Order Changeth." been busy all day Instructing each and presence of a negro burglar in his
"Margarita's Soul" appears in an in-, every member of the bank's clerical room.
teresting Installment, and "The Let- force in the operation oi the system. Walker immediately seized a pistol
ten of G. G." come to a delightful con- It required almost two weeks to !in I which was on the table near the bed.
elusion. "The Interpreter's House" is the vaults with the thin layer of sh-.t fired three shots at the negro. who
devoted to a "Defense of Pugilism," steel that carries the current. The fled, and then relapsed into a death
and "The Pilgrim's Scrip- contains a' vaults were as hard as flint. Before stupor.
frank letter from "An American Wom- the system was installed the vaults The physicians had announced there
an" that will be of unusual Interest to were fireproof and as well nigh burglar was no hope for Walker's recovery.
everyone who is reading Ray Stannard proof as any vaults made without the *About 2 o'clock in the morning. Mrs.
Baker's series, "The Spiritual Un- electrical protection which they now Walker and the nurse, who had dozed
rest." which is appearing in this per- have of the most modern kind that is off. were aroused by a pistol shot and
lodcaL known. saw Walker upright in bed firing at a
Mr. Juelfs found the steel of the negro who was escaping through a
There tis more catarrn In this sec- vaults so hard that it was almost im- windoW.
tion 'of the country than all other dis- possible to drill through the plates As Walker fired the last shot the ne-
eases put together, and until the last with plenty of time. the best tools and gro screamed, and the sick man drop-
few years was supposed to be incur- power. We do not understand the ped the pistol, fell back on the bed and
able. For a great many years doctors technical part of the system and will died.
pronounced It a local disease and pre- not attempt to describe it. but have Physicians consider the case remar-
scribed local remedies, and by con- seen enough to convince us that it is able because Walker was suffering
stantly falling to cure with local impo3?sibll to get Into the vaults with- from apoplexy.
treatment, pronounced it incurable. Out touch ng of the powerful gon-gs
Science has proved catarrh to be a that will wake very person within SOCIETY LADY'S DEATH
constitutional disease and therefore two blocks of tho bank and will ring CAUSED BY HER SHAWL
requires constitutional treatment. until they are shut off.
Hall'rs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by A burglar with all science at his Erie. Pa., July 21.-Mrs. Jacob Clem-
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. Is command can do nothing with these ins, wife of a wealthy retired merch-
the only constitutional cure on the vaults as they now stand. If he found ant and a society leader of this city,
market. It is taken Internally in the wires that lead to the outside gong was killed yesterday afternoon when a
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. and cut the-se. the alarm would instant- shawl she was wearing over her head
It acts directly on the blood and mu- ly start ringing. If he drilled the safe. caught in the machinery of her hus-
cus surfaces of the system. They of- granting that he could get through, the band's yacht. Her neck was broken.
fer ope hundred dollars for any case moment his drill touched the inner Mr. and Mrs. Clemens were entertain-
It falls to cure. Send for circulars and lining or jacket. that the touch w,.re ing a party of friends from Corry. The
testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY as light as the prick of a needle. it strange accident has cast a gloom over
& CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug- would start the inside and outside Erie's society.
gits, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills gongs ringing with a deafening din.
for constipation. If he attempted to use acid or explo- ,

sives. either would set the alarm off, rr- ,.
Look over our line of toilet prep- the explosion would come prema'urely
aratlons. We are quite proud of the and him death would result.
fae stock. Perfume.", powders and Thus the vaults can neither be drill-
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings & ed. blown or tampered with In any
Company. way. Again, if the bank people forget
to lock the vaults. at 7 o'clock it will
Get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Ha- go off and they will be very much re-
el Salve when you ask for It There minded of it. The only burglar who
are a great many imitations, but there ever attempted t g ,t into a vault sup- DON'T NEED GLASSES
is Just one original. This salve is good plied with this system was instantly
for anything where a salve is needed blown up and his own acid wis his Many people do not need glasses but
to be used. but i especially good for undoing and he was so badly mutilated most people do.
piles. Sold by all druggists, that he was never Identlflvd. You may be one of the majority.



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We have Just received one d the
Lawn Mower Grindersu a iuinl
for the pmuptoe of grinding Lawn
does the work perfectly. If you will favor vw
yonr ipaouage, we guarta~t to p9 yow bae thU .
Mower in better ndtion thth the da oa y ou.;
it It will be sharp, and stay harp o tha the
old style way, which is usually doe b In*oee-

rienced workman with a e or an e wheeL .

Ned Ur your Moww mb t

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Bolivian Minister Given His Walking
Papers and War May Follow
Buenos Ayres, July 21.-The Argen-
tine government has ordered the Bo-
livian minister to leave in twenty-four
hours and recalled their minister from
Bolivia. The action of Argentine fol-
lows the refusal of Bolivia to accept
the decision of Argentine in the boun-
dary dispute between Bolivia and Peru.

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. 25ce at all



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Washington Sminary <1
North Ava and Peas% tree Stre Atlata sQa. Boardtarg and Day UeoNtfA r
girls and young ladles. Boarding department strltly limited to &
fined home life. Classes divided Into small sections to secure ps- a lI-
struction. Faculty of eighteen spee al ists. Conservatory advantages Ia M .-
is, Art. Expr selo. Certificate admits you to Vassar Wleley .".
Macon, etc. Thirty-second year begins September, 19. ea .ta Gig 2 a "
plication. : D. SCOTT. EMMA B. SCOTT, Prieipal.

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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-

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 pigs!"
"Beggin' your pardon, sir." faltered
the woman; "but, you see, the pig
"Well. d'ye want me to go to the
funeral, send a wreath, or what, wo-
IAn?" he fumed.
"Oh, no, sir; indeed, no!" was the re-
ply. "But we're poor folks, sir, and
we thought that, beln' the biggest pig
In the neighborhood, you'd give us a
little 'elp."-London Tit-Bits.

Refusing the Curm.
"Cultivate the acquaintamne of wom-
en if you can." said tha woman to the
girL "Surround yourself by women.
They are certain protection against
calumny. Women who bare 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'L I'd rather be dead than
to have to associate with women."-
New York Press.

A Light Burden.
A frail little slip of a girl with a
sweet, worn face toiled 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-

If you are I can help you to throw

off the chains of slavery
and become a free man, a home owner. I have many homes, 'city and eoumTr.
small, medium priced and large that I can sell you cheap for. cash, or nearly
as cheap on most liberal terms, a small payment down and Just a IUttle more
each month than you would pay In rent, with the addition of 8% interest.

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Leading Vehicle Dealers

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The Israel Brown house located
on Adams street, near the Syna-
gogue, one block from Oklawaha

avenue, for Pale.



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A., FRANK, Mgr,

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Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed: electric
lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health condl-
tions; fine gymnasium, athletic flc'ls. boating, tennis courts, golf links:
baseball, football and basketball! teams champions of Florida nla 1909.
) Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate:
scholarships available; Christlan but undenominational; stands for

For Catalogue Address the President:

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Fresh Meets Groceries, Chickens, Eggs,

Etc. Produce Both

bought and 8*Id.. Fresh and Sat Water Fsh. The Most Coem-
plate Pla e of Its Kind in the Country. Re-odeled and Right
Up-Te-Date. First Clie Restaurant in Conection. First Class
Meals and Reasonable Board to We*kly Custerne

Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought

and Sold.

Telephone No. I ll

P. O. Box

No. 652

IN i ito v Magnola Sired

E, uu:uiaW : s:.

1 Brass. Copper, Zinc.
r, Etc.; old Engines,
or crap and pay the
on me and let me know


I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, Steel.
Tin, Lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrels, Leathe
Boilers. Rails, Etc., whether as second-hand
highest price In cash for same. Write or call
what you have and were it is located.
2 E7.'RCD
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If you don't say this Is the best offer ever made by the "Best Paper
In Dixie."

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Nyal's Roach Powder kills
quick and Is non-poisonous. 25
at the Postoffice Drugstore.


Take one of those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em quick
and is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
Try a box of that sunburn cream,
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court

R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50 per dozen.

The Ocala News Co. are agents for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
can fit you. Give us a trial.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.
Miss Wauneita Butler. after a pleas-
ant visit to relatives in Ocala, left for
her home at St. Petersburg yester-
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly

Mrs. m L C. McLeod and her sister,
Miss Julia Carter, were among the vis-
Itors from the University City yester-
H. H. McCreary and wife and Elmer
McCreary, of Gainesville. were at the
Montezuma yesterday. Mr. McCreary
is editor of the Gainesville Sun.
B. R. Chambers of Orange Lake. was
at the Montezuma yesterday, the guest
of his brother, H. S. Chambers. Ocala's
fire chief.
WANTED-To borrow $600 (six

Hale. wife and child. Ida C. Burkheim,
Pearl Colson. Olelia Medlin, H. L. Tay-
lor. Mrs. H. H. McCreary. J. Bloxham
Dell, S. Graham, J. C. Halle, J. L.
Shaw. IL E. Dean, B. K. Thrower, J.
B. Pinkoson, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A.
Steenby. Miss Alice Healy, J. A. Et-
tell, J. C. Mories. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Merchant. W. Hill, Joe Manasey, Jr..
W. W. Hampton and J. D. Stringfel-
low, all of Gainesville. were guests of
the Ocala House yesterday.

Mrs. Youngblood and her attractive
little daughter. Miss Noble. will spend
the week-end at Dutton with Mr.
Mr. C. C. Stephens and his grand-
daughter. Miss Bessie Rawls, of Ber-
lin, left today for a visit to friends at
Tarpon Springs.
Miss Corinne Williams has been ap-
pointed teacher in the primary depart-
ment to take the place made vacant by
the resignation of Miss MendenhalL
Miss Pansy Souter left today via the
Clyde Uner Mohawk for New York,
where she will take a normal course on
both violin and piano, at Hark's Con-
servatory. Miss Souter is already one
of Florida's most accomplished music-

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

Eagle meet tonight.

Red Men meet tomorrow evening.
4 few of those Diamond Edge Safety
Razors left at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. Walter Briggs of Tampa, is vis-
iting friends in Ocala.

There were sixty-six arrivals at the
Montezuma yesterday.
5 or 6 doses a Mr will cure any case
of chills and fever. Price, 25c.
'i. H. Dawson of Jacksonville was
at the Ocala House yes-erday.

Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
ewre chills and fever. 25 cents.
E. A. White, of St. Petersburg was
at the Montezuma yesterday.

C. E. Hood of Dunnellen was at tho,
Montezuma yesterday.

5 or 6 doses *" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
John McCormac. of Orlando, was at
the Montezuma yesterday.

Peroxide Cream, for the complexion.
at the Court Pharmacy.
The Oeala House had over a hundred
arrivals yesterday.

Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
8. C. Mayo of Reddick. was at the
Montezuma yesterday.

Edwards' meat market will close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays.
Mr. Will J. Edwards came down from
Irvine yesterday.

Mr. Chas. V. Miller of Jacksonville,
Is In town for the day.
Samuel Slack o, i.-artin was at the
Ocala House yesterday.

Another shipment of hard water
soap just In at the Postoffice Drug-

G. S. Means. M. D., and J. W. Means.
of McIntosh, were at the Montezuma

WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage in
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X., Star office.
Our hotel registers last night looked
like copies of the Gainesville direc-

A new shipment of that famous Al-
pine Flax just received at the Court
Don H. Grace, W. P. Welch. L. J.
Cassels and C. McCarley. of Evinston,
were at the Montezuma yesterday.

We have the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
cles in the city. Tydings & Co.
Chris Hushmacher and C. L. Miller,
of Jacksonville, were at the Montezu-
ma yesterday.
Rosce Violet Talcum is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postoffice Drug-
Major T. C. Hall and son. Mr. Troy
Hall. of Gainesville. are in the city for
a few days, guests of the Ocala House.

Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those "-Inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Some additions are being made to
the residence of Mr. John F. Thomp-
son in the first ward.

Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & C('o.,
general agents.

The Star has received several re-
quests lately from prominent owners
of automobiles to urge upon the own-
ers In this section to organize an au-
tomobile club. to which every owner
of a car would be eligible to member-
ship. The good that it is possible for
such an organization to accomplish is
not to be lightly considered. The dues.
not exorbitant, would create a fund
to operate with. Increased good reads
agitation would be one of the direct
aims and results. The members would
receive a great deal of good in the ex-
changing of ideas and information.
Much good could be done towards ad-
vertising the town and attracting at-
tention hire and some good meets
might be arranged here during the
winter season. getting hundreds of cars
to come from other points. Let some
of the auto owners formulate an or-
ganization and get the thing started.
It will be-anexpensive. give us a lot of
advertising and benefit the community
and the car owners in many ways.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder will
le-ave Sunday for Cincinnati. their for-
mer home, where they will spend a
few days. going from there to New
York. where on the 5th of August they
will sail on the palatial new steamer.
"George Washington." of the North
German Lloyd Steamship Co. This ship
iq the largest under the German flag
and the largest afloat with the excep-
tion of the Lusitania and her sister
ship. the Mauretania. She is 728 feet
long. 80 feet deep and 78 feet wide. She
is furnished throughout in mission.
carrying out the George Washington
idea. There are no apper births, and
dining tables are small round Individ-
ual tables and not the long company
dining tables. There are many new
Ideas and everything about the ship
is as near perfect as money and skill
can make it. Mr. and Mrs.. Holder
will tour places in Europe where they
have not been. notably Denmark.
Sweden and Russia, going as far out
as St. Petersburg in the latter country.
They will be absent about three
month. It is usekhss to say they will
have an ideal summer's outing.

Mr. Robert Thagard. who has been
at Reddick for some time, has moved
to Dunnellon and bought out a tailor-
ing. cleaning and pressing business and
is now conducting the same. Mr.
Thag.rdi is a hard worker, attends
closely to his business and will suc-

Mr. Bernard will Impersonate "The
Italian Rose Girl" and other famous
characters at the air dome this even-
Ing. He has an excellent talent for
impersonation, and his performance
alone will make a good show.
Theer are three full reels of the best
pictures. "Vicengetorix, Hero of the
Gauls." and "Across the Border" being
particularly interesting. Altogether, it
will be as good a show as is generally
given for 50 cents, so you will feel like
30 cents if you don't see it.

Mr. J. W. Aiken, of the Ocala Plumb-
Ing & Electric Company. is doing the
plumbing for Mr. Clifton Camp In his
handsome new home. The work is
most complete, the very best material
is being used and when finished will
be one of the neatest and best pieces
of plumbing ever done in the city.

The O. K. Grocery has put in the Bo-
hea Tea company's entire line of teas.
There are nine varieties, all delicious,
and ranging in price from 60 cents to
$1.50 per pound. If you once drink tea
made from this brand you will always
want it.

Mr. H. W. Tucker is doing the elec-
trical work in Mr. Clifton's Camp's
new residence. This is one of the best
of the many handsome jobs of elec-
trical work Mr. Tucker has ever done
in the city.

Ed Smith, Mrs. J. W. Ettell. Mrs.
Benson. Harry Denton, W. L. Hutchin-
son. H. H. Parkinson, Miss Videle. C.
H. Coles, wife and children. J. B.
Brooks. J. B. Dell and wife, W. A.

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aches. It required but two boxes of
Dean's Kidney Pills to entirely cure
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foste.Milburn Co.. Buffalo
New York. sot agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan'- -and
take no other.
This is to inform you that B. Gold-
man has this day by mutual agreement

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

Robin Hood Sliced Peaches,
No.1 1.2 150.

No. 1 Breakfast Herring Roe,
10c, for 25c.



Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.

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-

Ten years experience. Reference*.
any music teacher In Ocala. any
music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone
$28. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf

Chicago, July 20.-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.

Fairbanks & Morse 3-horsepower
(will develop four) In perfect condition
for sale at bargain. Fittings also for
gasolene. Owner has substituted elec-
tric motor. Address P. 0. Box $88,
Ocala. 6-24-

Washington. D. C.. July 21.-Local
showers tonight of Thursday.

A western Judge granted a divorce
on account of Ill-temper and bad
breath. Dr. King's New Life Pills
would have prevented It. They cure
constipation, causing bad breath and
liver trouble the Ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaches, conquer
chills. 25c at all druggists.

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 first-class.

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

I have six fine pointer puppies for
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark.
Oeala, Fla. 3tdltw

Offers its services ana superior work-
manship In the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced its specialty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of our work ean
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auco. Give us a calL

Lots of It In Ocala, But Daily Grow-
ing Le
The kidneys cry for help.
Not an organ in the whole body
so delicately constructed.
Not one so Important to health.
The kidneys are the filters of the
When they fall the blood becomes
foul and poisonous.
There can be no health where there
Is poisoned blood.
Backache is one of the first Indica-
tions of kidney trouble.
It Is the kidneys' cry for help. Heed
Doan's Kidney Pills are what is
Are just what overworked kidneys
They strengthen and Invigorate the
kidneys: help them to do their work:
never fail to cure any case of kidney
P. Y. Smith, living at 120 Alachua
Ave.. Gainesville. Fla., says: "My
wife was troubled for some time with
severe headache. She also complained
of a dull pain in her back. and was
nervous and weak. I thought that her
kidneys were the cause of her trou-
ble, and procured a box of Doan's
Kidney Pills for her. She received
such great benefit from the use of the
first box of this remedy that I ob-
tained another supply. When this
was used the pains ceased, and she Is
now no longer troubled with bead-

J. A. Murrell. M. G. Bateman. Miss
Maud Davis and J. R. Norsworthy of
McIntosh. were at the Ocala House

Mrs. J. W. Crosby and children have
returned from Georgia, where they
have been since the death of Mrs.
Crosby's brother, Mr. Dean of Plant
City, whose remains she accompanied
to the old home for buriaL
Mr. R. R. Carroll returned to Shell
Island this afternoon to join his party
and all will return home Friday after.
Mr. C. W. Hill of Gainesville, of the
Gainesville Motor Car Co., who came
down yesterday in his little Brush run-
about. returned home this afternoon.
Those who saw the little car work are
delighted with it. It will go up any
hill in the country and through avy
sand. It has many superior features.

The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your prescrlptloma.
Tydings &0 Co.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping on first floor;
all conveniences. Also one nicely far-


The largent cnwd prmmet at a ut
game In recent ye ams tw d o Mo-.
terday afternoon to wttnes the
between Galheavishs "Oak Wa , a-

packed with M embers af te far et
an gaily bedecked wt th lenam of
their favorites. The aleachn we
fined and to the right of the demand
the automobile and carriage le ax4
tended to right feld and bq ea Ma
at left field and with spectators *ma..
Ing on the foul Ite raa back a the
grandstand. The attendance was estl-
mated from 1.-* to 1 Gabemaie
alone having 50 "rooteMr" pret
Jake Gerig umpired the game, and
did It well, controlling the crowd aI
renderin gthe most Impartial daeciss
of any umpire we have seen. Hiaes
and Bullock composed Oaiemrflhr
battery and Brown and McCoseC
played opposite them tbr Oeah.
In the second Inaing cGainevlle
made two scores, and the Oeala base-
ball enthusiasts soon maw that our
team was up against the real thlw.
Oeala tried hard to score, but during
the whole game never advanced a mas
as far as third base, although a runner
was on second several times. Brown
was hit freely, eight nits being record
ed against him during the game, but
if he had had the proper support, both
in the field and at bat, there might
have been a different score to tell the
Gainesville has gotten together one
of the fastest teams in the state, the
infield work of the team winning the
admiration of the spectators, although
their sympathy was with the losing
side. The Oak Halls played faultless
ball and never made an error during
the game.
Ocala made five costly errbrs, and
runners were caught on second with
little "trick" plays that have been used
here at home so long that the specta-
tors saw what was coming when a man
was put out in this manner.
The Ocala boys would do well to
practice up on team work. taking the
OaK Hall's lesson yesterday as an ex-
ample. We have the players, and with
the proper practice and coaching will
win the games.
St. Augustine plays here today and
tomorrow. Things will be more equal
in these games, as St. Augustine pys
an amateur home team like our own,
and some good baseball awaits those
who go to the South Magnolia street
diamond. -


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Tax Deed UnderSee.s. I o hWap-
ter 48. LOaw o Flrida.M
Notice Is hereby gten that S. I lI-
day, purchaser of tax certlfloate MoN.
494 and 495, dated the Tth day of Au-
gust, A. D. 189, has filed id eerti-
ficates in my office and has made ap-
plication for tax deep to Issue In ac-
cordance with law. Said ertilleates
embrace the following deerlbed prop.
erty situated In Marion county, Florida,
to-wit: Lots 1 and 18 nla blok 18,
Reddlck. see 10tp 1 r Z1 e. The aiM
land belngs messed at the date of the
Issuance of such certlcatee Ia the
name of Fla, Com. and F Q. Brown.
trustee. UnleMss ald certllates shall
be redeemed according to law. tax deed
will Issue thereon on the rt day o
August. A. D. 19W.
Witness my official asnature ad
seal this 20th day of Jaly. A. D. 1M9.
(Seal) S. T. ISTRUNK
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Me.
Of Final Settlrmnet md Dislesrge
Notice is hereby give that on the
9th day of Febhmy, A. D. I19f. the
undersigned will present her aecoumts
and vouchers to the Hea. Joseph BeD,
judge of probate In and tfor Madi
county, at his office In Oel, Mad will
make her final settlement and apply
for fnal discharge.
Ocala,. a.. 21st day or July. 19.
Ad,-,inlatrttrib eatae of H. Pary.
Of Final Gottleit sd D69911Wg
Notice ts hereby given that a the
first day of December. A. D. 199. the
undersigned as administrator of the
estate of John Kinaser. deeme, will
present my accounts sad veoebr to
Hon. Joseph Bell, jede aC proa t, at
his oice In Ocala Florida md ill
make by final settlement M oeh aId-
mlnistrator and will apply afr dis-
charge aa ad mndstrator of mid state.
George Gum*
As Admainistator of the atato *
John Khaplr.
October 14th.. I-

Tax Deed uAnd *e @s@lms aof C p
tw erIa Lase of Mrif.
Notice is hereby veln toat W. 0.
Brewe purchaser of tax eartleatm
No. 41, dated the r day of Ja=., A.
D. 19b7, has fied SaM eartlfamt la n

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"I painted Mr. Watson's house re-
cently, and ordered as much
Davis 100 per ent
Pure Paint
as it would take of other High Grade
Paints were used. When the work was
finished. I not only had the prettiest
job of painting In town, but had eight
gallons of paint left over."
H. N. Wells, P.
Keyser, W. Va.

Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.

Mr. J. W. Crosby of Loughman and
Ocala, is in town for a day or two. Mr.
Crosby has formed a company with
Chicago capitalists and put into the
syndicate 27,000 acres of his land at
that point, divided up into 10-acre
tracts. The company has the land
ready to go the market and the adver-
tisements ready for a large number of
northern papers and periodicals. It is
thought that every one of the tracts
will be taken up In les than six months.
It Is good land. well located and :s go-
ing to make the deserving and long
headed owner a fortune. Mr. Crosby
is deserving of success and we hope he
will reap a full measure.
R. G. Bass. II. G. Kinnard, E. E.
Voyle, G. E. Evans, Tom Mixson, L.
K. Cannon, JR. EI ddins, Jr, J. Clarke
Evans, W. W. Walters, J. M. Dickinson,
W. Y. Raltin and boy. J. EH. Parker,
Miss Pearl Whetstone. D. E. Molnar
and wife. Miss Mamie Perry. A. E.
Voyle, Sam Leonard, and A. M. Ter-
rence, of Gainesville, were at the Mon-
tezuma yesterday.
The famous Oak Hall baseball team.
consisting of G. Henry Davis, Pete
Allen. Harry Bullock. T. A. Miller,
Tib Hendrix, Ira Watson. J. A. Hires.
Jack Spottwood and Curry Merchant,
put up at the Ocala House.

C. B. Fontane. A. C. Smith. Eugene
Rivers. E. B. Stoddard and D. H. Grace,
of Micanopy, were registered at the
'ecala House yesterday.






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Citrus Exchanm

(3) A thorough preparation and pro-
vision, before procuring the Increased
live stock, for raising an abundance of
feed for it and for giving it the best
of care.
(4) A start made with a few animals
and no more added until it has been
demonstrated that the trial is a suc-
Even in those sections where hired
labor is the most experienced and re-
liable it is a well known fact that sue-
cess in live stock raising is rare when
the owner does not live on the farm
and give his personal attention to its
management. How much more Im-
portant is it. therefore, that here in
the South, where the hired labor is
neither the most intelligent nor re-
liable, the owner of the live stock
give his personal attention to its
management. We need more live
stock on our farms, but it should and
must belong to and be cared for by
the men who live on and own those
farms if the best results are to be ob-
The Highest Type of Agriculture
Anyone familiar with the history off
the world's agriculture, will readily
admit that its highest type is now, and
always has been. found where the live
stock industry has received most at-
tention. That is. live stock husban-
dry is the highest type of farming, re-
quiring greater knowledge and better
Judgment. a higher type of man. than
any other phase of agricultural pro-
duction. Not only is abstract knowl-
edge. or a knowledge of the principles
underlying the breeding and feeding
of animals, in addition to a kr *wledge
of crop production necessary: but It Is
a kind of farming which. probably
more clearly than any other, proves
the necessity for actual Tpersonal ex-

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Tho.. Gillaid. Elcg. IlL dant supply of feed and who does not
know how to combine his feeds to
Best For meet the requirements of the differ-
The Bowels ent purposes.
What Is needed to start with is a
few more dairy or beef cattle, a few
more horses and mules, a few more
CANDY CATRARTIC hogs and sheep on each farm, the
quality being gradually Improved by
the use of the best sires obtainable,
and the number being Increased as
Plwant.Palatable. Ptent.TuteGood DoG d the owner learns more about stock
evwer Sickes. Weaken or Grip, e. 5. e .-. .' -r husbandry.
sohl In bulk. The goun:i:ne tablet stanpuJ tG C;
uMMara-te o ca or oumr money back.
SterlingRemedyCo., hicago or N. S PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the president of the Indus-
trial and Orphan's Home at Macon,
L. ALEXANDER Ga., who writes: "We have used
*Electric Bitters in this Institution for
Practical nine years. It has proved a most ex-
cellent medicine for stomach, liver and
CARPENTER AO BUILDER kidney troubles. We regard It as one
of the best family medicines on
Careful estimates made on all earth." It Invigorates the vital or-
contract work.. ves m're and bet- gans, purifies the blood, aids diges-
ter work for the money than any tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
other contractor in own. and build up thin. pale, weak children
-- or run-down people It has no equaL
Best for female complaints. Only 50c
at all druggists.

How is that. This Is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
KIDNEY WUIRE Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Let me place one
*'ILL CU|RE Y" {U or two of them in your home or on
Your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
of any case of Kidney c, trical supply man.
Bladder disease that is not NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR

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Make it By Goin About the Rasing of
Live Stock in the Right Way
(Florida Fruit and Truck Grower.)
The Progressive Farmer, of Raleigh.
N. C., one of the very best of all our
exchanges and one of the most sensi-
ble and practical publications of its
class In the United States, has been
publishing a very valuable series of
articles under the general head "500'
More a ear: How to Make It."
In the issue of July 8 the question
of growing more live stock in the
right way is taken up and in manner
appealing to every farmer, whether he
be a small or large operator.
We republish the article entire to-
gether with the paragraphs "Tour
Things to Remember."
If the growing of live stock in the
South is as easy and profitable as
many of the teachers of agriculture
make it appear, why have we not en-
gaged more largely in the business?
Surely this is a pertinent question
ard the answer to it may give us a
clue to the right way to begin the
growing of more live stock. In pre-
vious articles we have shown that the
growing of more live stock is highly
desirable; therefore, in this article
that fact is accepted and we shall
briefly consider some of the essen-
tials to a right start in this branch of
general farming. But what about the
answer to the question with which we
started? It is easiest answered by the
truthful statement that successful live
stock husbandry Is not so easy an ac-
complishment as has been made to
appear. To successfully grow live
stock is not an easy undertaking any-
where. and under present conditions is
especially difficult throughout the
South. The growing of live stock re-
quires two basic essentials, neither of
which we possess. These two essen-
tials are capital and live stock knowl-
edge. Both these essentials are indi-
vidual not public matters. He that
has them must himself obtain them.
and while to obtain them without live
stock is most difficult under our pres-
ent agricultural conditions, it is also
very difficult to make a success of
live stock growing without them.
If we must of necessity have capital
to make a success of live stock rais-
ing and we have but little capital, and
if it is practically impossible to ob-
tain live stock knowledge except
through the handling of live stock, it
plainly follows that we must begin the
growing of live stork on a small scale
and learn the business through the
handling of Just that which we are
able to buy or otherwise obtain.
Why We Are Net Good Stockmen
Why do we not possess live stock
knowledge, and why can we not ob-
tain it. except through the handling of
live stock? We may not be able to
say that "live stock men, like poets,
must be born. not made;" but it is
certain that if they are n6t to be
made, the making must start while
they are young. In other words, it is
extremely rare that any man ever be-
comes a good live stock man who does.
not as a boy grow up in the correct
care and management of live stock.
This is the greatest obstacle which
we have to overcome-to acquire the
habits and knowledge of the of the success-
ful live stock grower. At present our
farming habits are not those which
succeed in the growing of live stock.
To succeed with live stock it will
never do to entrust to others that
which we can do or look after our-
selves. "The eye of the master fat-
tens his cattle" is a saying which il-
luminates the spirit of successful live
stock husbandry. This is not in keep-
ing with the habit of our farming, a
large part of which is done by the
manager and renter and not under the
eye or by the hand of the owner. This
and our lack of experience have been
responsible for more failure in live
stock husbandry in the South than all
other causes combined.
Before discussing the subject more
in direct detail 'we may put down the
following as essential conditions for
going about the growing of more live
stock in the right way:
(1) The personal attention of the
owner to the feeding, care and man-
agement of the live stock.
(2) A determination on the part of
the owner to learn by reading and ob-
servation all possible about the breed-
ing, feeding and management of the
live stock kept.

XaKh Good. sponsule for -0ofet ef -r bA .A
Maka G" make the raising ef at Ise k eV-W
T"e3 18 0o way of mak n &Ut1 able. A cert ami m ot eamla ai
fieJe. lk. *Making Goo:* and Docesteo
Plm.-er',; m.dleioes. we;I exeamplfy this. esay to r am aniahl aliv w6 t
and Uheir friends. after more ta two out t or gala I weight a witu"
decadesof popularity, are numbered by growth, and If oly such am amot be
the hundreds of thousands. They have given. there cam be no pre to the
made good' and they have roe wade owner, but Instead the InevitaMe le
d A nka. homtL Uare-dealof the feed which in given.
Ak o l.n onpositima is Dr. Piers eM. There is no longer any need to a-
SMedcal cDicm vy. It still enjoys ma, ha-. ue that we can grow animals of lrge
mense sale. while most of the prepara- size ard good quality for that has beeM
tons that have come into prominence in conclusively proven: but to obtfat
the ar'ier period of Its popularityy have such results we mut start with a
gonbythe bardan are never moresuitable inheritance and give 1-
heard of- There mu-t be some ea for en
this lonr-time popularity and that is to lent feed. Since on cheap meft the
be found in its superior merits. When most economical way of feeding ani-
once given a fair trial for weak stomach. mals Is on pastures, we m at lst
or for liver and blood a ,ectionsits -supe. that none of our readers pro w mow
rior curAtive qualltie. are soon murifett: live stock until te ha. PmM
hence it has survive and rownood past in pop gsoodee at Quasn-
mular favor, while s fcor s *f Je eritotwost o ptu ufet -
articles have suddenly flashed into favor tity to furnish an abundance of feed
for a brief period sad then been a so-s for It- It is easy enough to ascertain
fo gotten. the amount of feed required by any
S o torpid liver with Its attendami given number of animals, and uless
Indigpstion. dpepsia, headache. per-a man is willing and able to produce
haps dizziness foul breath, nasty coated this for his live stock be wl find It
tongue. with bitter taste. lIs of appetite, this for his lve stok, he will Snd It
with distress after eating, nervousneu unprofitable.
and debility. nothing is so good as Dr. No man can start right in the grow-
Pierce's Golden Discovery. It's ing of live stock who has not learned
an bol.e.L 4quar-":eal medicine i:th all how to produce the right feeds and
Its ingrelients printed on bottle-wra ipr mbine them In such a way ato
-no secret. no hocus-pocul humbug.combine them in such a way as to
therefore dom't rx'cpt a siubstUite that meet the requirements of different
the dealer may possibly make a little big- animals fed for different purpoeea.
ger profit. Ir*Lst on your right to have How to Get Mre and Better Steek
what you call for.
Don't buy Dr. Pierce's Fvore i Few men who have not had exten-
ti.m expecting it to prove a "cure-all." It sive experience in stock raising should
ts only advised for woman's #erial ail- attempt to raise pure bred animals to
ments. It mak.T weak women strong and sell for breeding purposes. There Is
sicek women well. Ls advertised than however. only one objection to start-
some preparations sold for like purposes.,In with pure bred animals, ad that
lts sterling curative virtues still main lt with bred animals, and that
its position in the front ranks, where it is the cost of starting or procuring
stood over two decades ago. As an in- the foundation stock. A small propor-
vigorating tonic and 'trengthening nerve ltion of those attempting to raise pure
ne it is unequaled. It won't sati-fy those bred animals to sell for breeders make
who wan Iboe, for there is not a drop a success of it, and therefore, the saf-
Af alcohol In it.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasuant Pellets, the woi. est plan for the average farmer Is to
nat Little Liver Pills. although the first buy a good pure bred male and select
pill of their kind in the market, still lead, the best grade of common females he
and when one tried are ever afterwards can secure. There Is one advantage,
in favor. Easy to take as cndy--one to however, of having at least one or
three a d3e Much u two pure bred females. The offapring
sq will be as good, or better, for any of
the purposes for which live stock is
vur. The knowledge that the ticks on used, and occasionally an extra choice
the. native cattle were the genuine specimen may be sold for breeding
fever ticks, and that one-half to purposes at a higher price than grades
three-fourths of those heifers would will bring. No one can realize the best
die if put on the infected range was profits from stock raising except after
available for the asking, but their years of work in building up a herd
failure to obtain and use the informa- and establishing his business.
tion resulted in a loss of $20,000 in The man who begins the breedi of
less than one year. Learning by their live stock should have a definite pur-
own experience was, in this case. ex- pose or object in view, and then select
cecdingly expensive, and it forcibly 11- a breed having special qualities in the
lustrates the advantage of securing line desired. This is an age of spec-
and using all available knowledge, lalizaton, and the animal bred. fed
even though it comes from the "sclen- and trained to do a certain definite
twist" or out of books. The man who line of work will usually do It most
does not intend to seek diligently all profitably. We can, for the present,
the available knowledge on the subject advantageously allow others more
had better not engage in he growing skilled in the business to grow the
of live stock for profit, pure bred animals for breeding pur-
poses, except in certain limited special
We Must Have More Feed cases. The average farmer will find
Next to lack of personal care and it more profitable to grow animals for
attention, lack of feed has been re- the production of foods for man. What
is needed just as present, and to start
with, Is a few more dairy cows, or a
TIE few more beef cattle; a few more
horses and mules; a few more hogs,
CO M Mand a few more sheep grown on every
tCOR A r P af farm. These should always be from
% ~pure bred sires, and should be fed
PRESSING CLUB from the products of the farm.
No man is likely to start right who
discontinues any of the staple crops
J. C. IAKID Proprietor with which he is familiar in order to
go into stock raising extensively. The
No. 6 Ft. King Ave, East. Phone, 144 cotton and the corn crops need not be.
No. and probably should not be decreased.
Work Called for and Delivered Prompt- but the cotton and the corn lands
ly. All Work Guaranteed. White should be utilized to their full capac-
Trade Only ity for the production of extra crops
of forage, the feeds already on the
.-----.- farm. should be utilized more fully and
the extra amount of live stock fed
F R ESH F ISH without much extra cost and without
reduction of the other crops.
F A E S H FII I SA few better animals on every farm
to consume all the feeds that can pos-
I receive dally stnipments of choi-e sibly be grown, without reducing the

fresh and salt water fish of the best amounts of cotton, corn and other
varieties. I handle nothing but fish. staple crops produced, Is the Idea to
and handle them right be kept In mind by the average far-
met" If he is to go about the growing
WM. ,TUC KER of more live stock In the right way.
Four Things to Remember
Phone 219, City Market. Most of the failures in the raising of
-- _ live stock in the South have been due
to a lack of knowledge on the part of
INS M N IA the stockman and to an Insufficient
| B supply of feed for the stock.
The personal attention of the stock-
man is necessary to the highest suc-
cess in stock breeding, and the man
who would succeed at the business
Ibary aB natB caurets for Insmal. with must use all available means of ac-
whi. h tbees:.' 'e.I fr over twenty.r quiring a knowledge of the work.
relt than ay other remedyi have ever tried. I NoO man can make a success grow-
sehal eoty reommend tht tomyriends as ing live stock who has not an abaun-
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