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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 22, 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: VID03225
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Roosevelt's Nerve and Good Aim All
-- That Savd His Life

Waters of the Guy Peuring Over the
ewa and Threatening toSweep
Away the City
Galveston, Tex., July 22.-Water Is
pouring over the seawalU before a 48-
mles-an-hour wind and the barometer
is extremely low. Great loss of life Is
feared. Murdohe's surf bathing pa-
villion has been swept away.
Houston. Texas. July 22.-Reports of
the storm at Galveston are reaching
here by telephone, all of the telegraph
wires being down. The report is that
the wind has,reached a velocity of 60
miles per hour.
The surf is leaping over the famous
Galveston seawall at many points, and
the lower section of the city is under
All communication save one tele-
phone wire Is cut off. Some damage
is reported along the beach. Two of
the railroad bridges have been dam-
aged and no trains can reach the city
of get out from there.
At noon the waters of the gulf were
pouring over the seawall at Galves-
ton. although high tide is'not due until
9 o'clock tonight The normal rise and
fall of the tide at GalvAston is trivial.
varying from two to sixteen Inches.

"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.
Uscomb. of Washington. N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment from several doctors, but found
do help till he need Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He Is a well man today."
It's quirk to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
haes. conughs and colds. bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
fections. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.

ad taste as sweet. That's why Schlea-
gms'a and Lowney's Candles In half
end pon4 boes are so popular. Pare
Stw; flavyer datelouO. O
,': llf ry sl free frJn adulter-
Mn. It is wholesome and healthfuL
Wry Iatd of confectionery tiers
e Cold Drbaks. CIgars and News-


ot high grade sad quality, for office
and stereo, receives a great deal of our
tiose ad attention, as our stock anli
Be i is for SUpplying large and small
r r ae will amply attest Whether
ye want a lead pencil or a huge led-
gw, at note book or a letter press, It's
wert your while to come In, look
arend and mgpare prices.


S IL Melvr Alfred Owe

: CsinC ts ml linal Reh
A wor doe by Uemsed embalm-
orw and flly ruaruateed..


Lodfted o North Main SL,
ner govermeut building.
Rearnoable rates by the
S.. week or month. First-clans
table board and comfortable

Phone 77 Ocala, Fla.

i IBarbershop

Ralroad Commission Will Get that
Three Cent Rate or Die Tryjing
Tallahassee. July 22.-os a result of
the motion made by Hon. L. C. Mas-
sey, special counsel for the railroad
commission, before Judge W. B. Shep-
part of the United States district
court. for the northern district of
Florida. at Pensacola recently. Judge
Sheppard has appointed Hon. Emmet
Wilson. of Pensacola. as examiner, to
take testimony to be given by the rail-
road commission of Florida In the L.
& N. three cent rate case. This tes-
timony will be presented Just as soon
as a date can be arranged between the
counsel for the railroad and the coun-
sel for the commission.

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-
l.rd's Herbine in the house and take
It whenever your liver gets Inactive.
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-

Mr. 0. Scott of Orange Lake, pass-
ed through here Wednesday on his
way to Orange Springs, where he will
spend a few days.'
Mr. J. E. Burgert, a photographer of
''ampa.Jis in town for a few days.
Mrs. Louis and Mrs. Carter went
do.ia to Ocala last Thursday shop-
Mr. Johnson will move here shortly
from Arcadia to take charge of Mr.
J. R. Williams' groves. He will oc-
cupy the cottage in the Mansion yard.
Miss Belle Bishop is here visiting
her sister. Mrs. Sherouse. Miss Bishop
has been visiting relatives in St. Au-
gustine also over in Alabama since
her school closed.
Mrs. K. Wellhoner left Friday night
for her home In Palatka. She was ac-
companied by Master Charles Sher-
ouse. who wil visit his brother a few
Miss Jennie Ervine arrived here
Saturday from Bennettsville, S. C, to
visit her sister. Miss M. E. Ervine.
Mrs. M. J. Jenkhns of Wildwood is
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Burleson.
Conductor Walter Ray went up to
Macon. Ga., Friday for a few days
News was received here last week
of the death* at Eden of one of Mr.
and Mrs. Russell's baby girl twins,
Audrey. We extend our sympathy to
the bereaved parents. Mrs. Russell
will be remembered here at Miss
Trney Ayer of this place.
The Fort McCoy picnic was attended
by quite a crowd of Citra people, and
all report a grand tUme.
Engineer G. T. Mstabrook now has
4he Citra-Wilcox run permanently.
We all regret very much to hear of
Dr. Carswell going to Ocala. where
he has been called to fal Dr. Powers'
place. Dr. and Mrs. Carswell will be
greatly missed in Ocala.
Dr. Thompson of Jacksonville, gave
a fine lecture on temperance Sunday
night at the M. E. church.
Mr. Gilbert Proctor of Palatka was
In town Monday visiting relatives.
Our officers are giving the park a
general cleaning, which adds much to
Its beauty.

attended by the hlgnest priced baby

Nalvashe.B. K A_. July 22.-Theo-
dore Roosevelt's life was spared again
yesterday by his coolness and wonder-
ful marksmanship. While hunting hip-
pos In a small rowboat with two ne-
gro porters he was surrounded by a
school of hippos which charged tha
boat savagely. Telling the porters to
sit still. Roosevelt killed the leader and
later killed another hippo, which is the
finest specimen that has been shot in
years. The others fled. The rowers
were so frightened that Roosevelt waq
compelled to coax them a long time
before they would assist in dragging
the animals from the water. Roose-
velt was away from the camp in
this expedition so long that a launch
was sent in search of him. which
brought the specimens to the camp.

the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney. blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis. Mo.

Dr. T. K. Slaughter of Levon came
over last Sunday to spend the day
with Mrs. Slaughter, who is pleasant-
ly domiciled with Mrs. K. H. Clem-
Miss Sarah Leslie. two little daugh-
ters and mother, Mrs. Yancey, of
Tampa. have rented Mrs. J. T. Car-
son's cottage for the summer. Mrs.
Leslie is charmed with our beautiful
lake and is now negotiating with Mr.
J. M. Meffert, of Ocala, for the Alfred
Afer place. which she will almost re-
build and make one of the most im-
posing and beautiful places on the
lake. Mrs. Leslie is a thorough busi-
ness woman and a charming character
in every respect. The host of friends
she has made in the short time ihe
has been here look forward with a
great deal of pleasure to her having a
home on the lake.
The Fishel brothers of Ocala, are
guests of the Smith house.
Mrs. Me Rae of Ocala. is occupying
the Volkman cottage for the remaind-
er of the summer.
Mr. McIntosh and family of Ocala.
are summering in Dr. H. W. Henry's
cottage on Lake avenue.
The families of Dr. ;Henry. Mrs.
Leslie. Mr. Don Melver and Mrs. K.
H. Clements gave a dock party Tues-
day evening, which was a great suc-
cess. The guests included Mrs. Camp
and daughter, Mertice, John Carney,
Dick Christian, Walter Mathews, Mr.
and Mrs. John Mathews. of Candler.
The mosquitoes kept one moving
around pretty lively for a while, but
all enjoyed the evening and took the
mosquitoes as a joke.
Mr. Dell Moody spent Saturday and
Sunday on the lake and left for Ocala
Monday morning.
Mr. J. N. Nixon has just compl-eted
a beautiful little boat, which he will
launch in a few days.

Is always found In ute 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. 25!c, 50c
and $1 a bottle. At all druggists.

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.
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
lgdney troubles. We regard It as one
of the best family medicines on
earth." It Invigorates the vital or-
gans, purifies the bloo1, 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 5'0c.
at all druggists.
How is that. This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those ? new 8-inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Iet me pine one
or two of them In your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the oleo-
trikal sup.'ly man.
The Florida Packing & Ice Compnny
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. (-Isewhre 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.



Over Half a Million Dollars Worth of
Damage Done by a Cloudburst in
and Around Ashland
Milwaukee. July 22.-A special re-
ceived here yesterday afternoon from
Ashland. reports that a cloudburst
occurring there wrought damage to
the extent of about $50.,000.
Th area affected includes not only
a portion of the city, but nearby
country as well.
The cloudburst was preceded by a
rainstorm, and it was noticed that a
very black cloud was coming up fast
from the eastward. Suddenly the
place was deluged with an immense
amount of water. In many places the
streets were washed out and all cel-
lars were flooded. Crops in the coun-
try district were totally ruined. Some
buildings were partly destroyed.
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. It
your child is cross, fretful, pasty
complexioned and loses weight for
no apparent reason, give it White's
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur-
prised at the results and how quickly
jt picks up. Sold by all druggists.
Outbreak of Cordiality Betwen Japs
and Yankees at Seattle
Seattle. July 22.-A veritable love
feast, emphasizing the friendly rela-
tions now existing between the United
States and Nippon attended the dedi-
cation yesterday of the Japanese
building at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition. The magnificent building,
filled with exhibits illustrating the
great progress of modern Japan. has
been in use since the opening day.
I will place an electric smoothing
iron in your home on a few days' trial.
upon requ-st at thy 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 anid in a few
minutes the iron is hot. No smoke
or dirt and isat only whare it is
wanted. H.W. TUCKER.
For rent an eignt-room residence
Well located on South Third street.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph
at the Montezuma hotel.
I have six fine pointer puppies for
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark,
Ocala. Fla. 3tdltw

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Open. Into the LobW, cf the Ocala
Offers t0e very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
Hot Ruoanng water at AH Tie


Life Assurance Society

o1 The UNted Stales


Resident Agent.



And are Fighting to. Keep It-pain
Having Mere Treube at Heme
than Abread
Madrid. July 22.-The first body og
soldiers to reinforce the Spanish
troops at Melilla left here yesterday
morning. Despite the early hour an
enormous crowd had gathered and
cries of protest against the departure
of the troops were numerous. The
police were obliged to charge the peo-
ple several times before they were
Are Net Paid as Often as They Sheuld
Be-But Berry Got His
Scranton, Pa., July 22.-Buspecting
his wife of unfaithfulness. Amos C.
Blakeslee, an iron worker, entered his
home through a window this morning
and found his wife with Garrett 8.
Berry. the general manager of the
Schrader Bottling company. After a
scuffle. Blakeslee shot Berry fatally.
"I did not Intend to kill him," said
Blakeslee. "I merely wanted to catch
him and tell his wife."
often receive severe vurns putting out
afre, then use Bucklen's Arniea 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,
boils, ulcers, felons; best pile cure
made. Relief is instant 25c at all
druggists. '

Melilla, July 22.-Moorish tribesmen
yesterday made an attack upon a force
of Spanish railroad builders at a sta-
tion just outside the town. The Span-
lards were few in numbers but they
had a Gatling gun which was used in
a very effective manner and the Moors
were forced to beat a retreat.

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.
Madrid. July 22.-A dispatch from
Melilla says a Spanish gunboat has
seized an Italian steamer, the Castel-
laccio. The Castellacelo is said to
have had a eargo of arms for the
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.


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The Beautiful

"Land of the Sky" WAYNES VILLE, C. A" i 0I0 Pest
On the Southern Railway, one hour from Ashevl Copaelty SaW SMma
No consumptives. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths, Musnk. BDlewUsa, _an g-.
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party aI bad3y Iti a
information address G. C. ROGA&N, ManagerM. (7rmuerty -Iat $it
worth Inn, Asheville.) ,



Miss Sally Sigmon who has been in V N lb I
Tampa for some months is at home
for the summer.
Mr. Riley Driggers of Oxford wa-q *U W. TOPH O ln I
a visitor in town the past week. f t -
The fine rains which we have had of LeUam em e O
late have been most welcome, although
they interfered somewhat with fodder
pulling, but most of our people have
managed to get their fodder in good
condition between showers. _
Mr. W., t. Black and daughter, Miss
Lottie, returned the past week from
a two weeks visit with relatives in'
South Carolina.
Mrs. Deborah Dixon and daughter.
Sammie, of Guyton, Ga., and Mrs. P.
W. Brown and son, Noble, from Web-
ster, were visitors at Mr. C. S. Gates'
the past week.
Mr. E. L. Stafford and wife went to
Tampa on Tuesday to visit friends
and attend the Orange Growers con-
Mr. C. E. Brown came up from
Webster and spent Sunday with his
wife, it being the first anniversary of
their wedding day.
Mr. W. I. Colbert and family, who
have been visiting Mrs. Colbhert's sis-
ter, Mrs. A. M. Reed. left for their
home in Ocala on Tuesday.
A magnificent double rainbow was
one of the fine sights enjoyed here a Ij
few evening's since.
The road supervisor has been at
work this week between our postof-
flee and Weirsdale and has tried a
somewhat novel plan. He has plowed
a furrow in the wheel tracks, filling
it in with clay and covering this with
sand. The experiment will be watch-
ed with Interest, as. if it works well.
it will be a cheap and rapid way of
improving county roads. It looks well u
Mrs. A; M. Reed and her son. Her- .Sftfs
bert and father. Mr. John Turney. u mg ng *
havp gone north for an extended visit
during which they expect to visit in
central New York, Pennsylvania. New
Jersey. Massachusetts. New Hamp-
shire ane Maine. This makes about
the last departure for the summer
and this week marks the first of the
returning. Mrs. F. E. Haskell and Miss
Arnold being the first to arrive. Others IBI
will soon follow.
Mr. Arthur A. Finnie came over OCALA a
from Coleman on Monday and return-
ed home on Tuesday. taking with him
his mother, who has been visiting Mrs.
E. S. Upham.
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.07G STAR owv.
-G 8 h-e ay is the Loeroy Harding of 1
L. L U Mi r aWd K. R. Carre, nmovery Fame, who has Swindled
111111 M d Pbiishers. 8* Many Peeple
S. PTf "'" Balnbrldge. Ga.. July 22.-That he
L. S W rlrl- Editor has a twin brother, and that this
brother, and not himself. Is the famous I
,q- .IL IL CA O o Maagrm Leroy Charles Harding. about whose
b.- ,... -criminal record in Alabama. Florida,
Missinsippt. Georgia and Ohio s- much
rTH YKLLOW SLAVE TRAFFIC has been written and as whom he has!
t --gt himself been identified. was the as-
Ci gir bring from ten to a section made on the witness stand
hbu 4 ti ees much la the white yesterday by A. D. Oliver, th. "banker
slave markets of the United States as of Climax."
the 45,6M daughters of American Oliver stated that he knew much of
hoaM who were M last year, ae- the history of this brother; know, for
ewrditg to the best estimate made by instance. that he had be-en In trouble
federal ad state prosecutors for the Alabama and Mississippi and had been
Womas's World committee on legis- taken back to Ohio to answer serious
latm against the monstrous traffic., charges after being spirited away from
Tbe pride usually put upon a & ictm Atlanta- in an express car.
of a Chliago or New York procurer's
devlou devltry last year was only There is more catarrn In this sec-
from to 4, but prices are now tion of the country than all other dig-
advacing because of the Increasing eases put together, and until th- last i
difclty and danger of the traffic. few years was supposed to be incur-
The trafe In Chinese girls la said able. For a great many years doctor-
to keep many hligbinder on the Pa- pronounced it a local disease and pre-
cite coast t Uilks and affluence. The scribed local remedies, and by con- ,
forty or ity, or perhaps even sixty stantly falling to cure with local
do a din to age appearance treatment, pronounced It incurable.
ad statisa In life, for which the young Science has proved catarrh to ut a
Chinae girl or woman Intended for constitutional disease and therefore
AmerScan shipment is purchased In requires constitutional treatmrft.
ChIna, swells up to a selling price of Hall's Catarrh Cure. manufactured by
ten times that much when the human p. J. Cheney & Co.. To!edo. Ohio. is
commodity has been transported the only constitutional cure on the
acros the PaelWc and safely landed in market. It is taken Interrally in
Baa Pranclsoo. It appear that Unit- doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
ed States laws unconcously contrib- It acts directly on the blood and mu-
ute to the ease ad safety of the Im- cus surfaces of the system. They of-
portatioms from China. By supreme fer one hundred dollars for any case
court decision Chlnese born here re- It fails to cure. Send for circulars and
ently are deemed "natives." The very testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY
wealthy Chhtee others know no & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug-
peace of heart till their daughters are gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills
Sent back to grandparents In China. for constipation.
But. keen for profits, Immediately be-
fore his girl's departure he takes her Bear in mind we carry a full line, of
before the Immigration commission Staffords and Carter's inks: also
and seeures a legal certficate of re- fountain pens from $1 up, at the Oca!a
entry to the United States for his News Company.
child. Confident that his own daugh-
ter wl thereafter stay safely in the ov ourieof toilet prp-
land of their ancestors, the Chinese- Look sver our leq uf toilet preu-
American auctions off the re-entry Sratock- Wereuite 7 owderofatd
papers to the highest bidder among finae stock. Perfume. powders and
the highblnders and slave traders to soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
work alsery and woe upon the daugh. Company.
ter of some less fortunate man. Cer- eWitt's Carbolzed itch Ha-
tisscese In hand. the procurers set sail et alDeWtt' Carbolized Witch Ha-
for Ckhia and traverse Its rivers, el Salve when you ask for it. There
pain and m ntain sides till they are a great many imitations, but there
ind a "double" for the so-rityled "ad- Is just one original. This salve is good
Jadicated native" of the United States. for anything where a salve is needed
he promise her parents that sh will to be used but is especially good for
.urry,& wealthy Chinese-American. piles. Sold by all druggists.
they coach and drill the girl In Eng-b
ish phrases and a supercial famill- m'ANTED--Poitionn by young white
ority Chagit ftPnel.eee and the ways John Walsh, 58 North Orange street,
to have the fath er of the original girl city. 6-17-2t
.meet the dupe at the time of her en-
trance, amlqvation and inspection,
and put up a fine show of parental af- .-
feetion. A few hours subsequently
she is a prisoner in the dives of the
"Barbary Coast," doomed in most
cases to a life of blows and Intimida-
too, under which many of them pine '-
away and die in a short time.


Joseph D. Pope has Just returned to
Jacksonville from a vislt to White
rings, and reports that the curative
properties of the waters there are
"When I left Jacksonville three
weeks ago," said Mr. Pope, "I was suf-
fering fearfully from sciatic rheuma-
tism; the pain was most excruciating.
I was advised by my physician to try
the White Springs waters I did so.
but with very little faith. Arriving
on Tuesday night I commenced the
baths on Wednesday morning at six
o'clock and continued this every morn-
lag for two weeks. I returned to
Jacksonville feeling like a new man.
with the pain all gone and in better
health than I ever was in my life. My
Immediate friends can testify to my
condition before I took the trip. Just
think that within little over a hundred
miles from our city we have the finest
water In the world. Georgia has her
waters, so has South Carolina. North
Carolina and Virginia, but Florida has
a water within her gates that can sur-
pass them alL"

Rate suicide threatens Evanston. the
classic NOrth Side city, stronghold of
Methodism and republicanism and the
habitat of James A. Patten. the wheat
king. The present census shows that
there was an actual loss of children
last year.
In 90S the city had 4.432 boys and
4.74C girls. This year it has 4.345 boys
and 4,30 girls at loss of 213 children.
while the city gained 1.097 In popula-
tion. Another surprising fact shown
by the figures Is that Evanston is fast
beeaming a woman's town.
Including Miss Lucy Page Gaston.
tabous ant-ceigarette foe. there are
2.971 more women on the enumerator's
lists than last year. Out of the total
population there are 15,845 women and
10.,76 men, or 4.269 more women than

Alexander Harlette, 10 years old.
and a veteran of the Mexican War.
who disappeared from his daughter's
home In Tonkers. N. Y.. two weeks
ago has been found by the police en-
Joyimg the sights of New York and re-
termed to his home. Harlette was
found In a moving picture show. and
said he wanted to show his relatives
that he was Just as young as be used
to be. He had been living in hotels.
visiting theaters, done Coney Island
four times, and was having a fine

The wife of John J. Armour. a Phil-
adelphia pawn broker, who recently
rehused and remodeled an old man-
shon North Clayton. was applying
0ame hair topic to her hair when it
epplIded and her clothing was burned
entirely off and her body terribly
seared. Physicians a my there is no

Many people do not need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to It.
Two-Consult us about it.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them and charge nothing for con.
sultations. DR. D. M. BONEY,
Ocala. Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
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.

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. References.
any. music teacher in Ocala, any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M. Lansfoid. city. 1-8-tf
Rose Violet Talcum Is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postofflce Drug-

The pride of the r'ourt Pharmacy is
Its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are used. which are sel-ect-
ed by men of experience.
Delay in commencing treatment for
a slight Irregularity that could have
been cured quickly by Foley's Kidney
Remedy builds up the worn out tis-
sues and strengthens these organs.
Sold by all druggists.
FOR RENT-Five-room house near
pumping station. Apply to 71. C.
Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works. Ocala.
Fla. 6-25-tf

A new line of popular priced books
just in at the Ocala News Co.

BMW,& Wo all .-.0

Do yea feel wesk, tired. despoe*a- 4
have frequent headaches, coated tonae, -
bitter or bad taste in morning. "heart-
burn," belching of gas acid risings Is Galveston Lay Safe Behind her Breast-
throat after eating, stomach gnaw or i work, While the Gulf Waves
burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor o Raged in Vain
variable appetite, nasea at aad Raged in Vain
kindred symptoms? Galveston. Texas. July 22.-Man s
If yo!!f aayeoan ldyerablenumberol strength and skill were pitted against
thbu above toms you are suffering the fury of the elements yesterday and
from lion id liver with indl* man won when the cty of Ga!veston.
gestion aP J~' gden safely ntrenched behind her impreg-
MedIIal Discov euf oeof the mos unable .eventeen-foot seawall, with-
valuable medicinal Drincile kLnow0 D stood. with comparatively trifling loss.
mdici science for the rmasnentur e a tidal wave and hurricane equal in
ime abnormal c ton I It is a mo6t1 tensity and destructiveness with the
efficient liver Invigorator. stomach tonlc. one which destroyed the city on Sep-
bowel regulator and nerve strengthened, t.-mb4-r Q. 1900. In Galveston and vi-
The "(olden Medical Discovery" inIo cinity not a single life is believed to
a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a have been sacrificed, but the material
full li-t of Its ingredients being printed !oss is thought to be quite extensive.
on its bottle-wrapper and attested undes The hurricane swept the entire gulf
oath. A glance at its formula will show coast with an Intensity and viciousness
that it contains no alcohol, or harmful that has s-!dom been equalled in a
hatu t-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract country where destructive storms arc
made witt, pure. triple-refined glycerine, not unusual. It had it.s origin on the
cT proper ?trer, th. frm the roots of the Atlantic coast and swung westward
f-,llowi:. native American forest plants, and* s-uthward. d vastating th-. entiree
viz.. (;don S...dl root, Stone root, Black gulf coas even as far south as Mat-
Chi.rrtark, Queen's rootBloodroot, agra Ray. That some lives were 1ost
Mandrake root. and much property destroyed is the
mandrake root. ge.nfral belief tonight
The following leading medical authorities g: nr- belief tonight
samrol a ho-t of oth-rs. e-xtol the foreloinf W ith wires down and railroad com-
r .,ts for the cure of jurt such ailments as the munication destroyed. the exact loss is
a:D ,veyumptoamndicate: iro,. .rtholow. ipossibl: to estimate. The hurricane
1I.C Wnxi.M. D..of 'nir.of Pa.: Prof. Edwin struk Galv.-.-tn ahbut 11 o'clock yes.
M. lale M. D.. ofl Hahn-mann Med. Colleoit I terday morning. The- wind attaining a
Chicago: I'rof. John K'ng. M. D.. Author of I
American ofisoenatory; Prof. Jno. M. Send-I v-locity of nearly seventy miles an
ds'r. 3. IM.. Auttorofu ecifie Medicines; Prut. hour. whipped the treacherous waters
ILauren'e JRohn.on. M. I.. Med Dept. Univ.of o*f the Mexican Gulf into a fury of do-.
N. V.; Prof. linley Ellingwuod. M. D.. Author
of Materia Medlea and Prof. lnBennettMedi- structiomn. Vith the pent up arncr of
cal College. Chi'cau. .Send name and ad- ton y.'ars ,,f hate. the wave. blindly
lresom Postal Card to Dr. R.V. Pierce. Buf- nssault,' thel grim Tiarapets of st one
e.tra ts dro ndwrl. tso all leth a v medi- which man had buiMed to restrain its
cal author airwan.vothers endo Strbwigest poswvhle terms. each and everyla- sands of tons of water unlon the splen. !
r"iiont of wib olde' Medical Dis"o lid breastworks. Only a feeble hurst
rr Pierrir'S, Pl,-ant Pellets rpsulaste n of spray and a littl,-. winter reached its
Invielrate stomach. llver and towels. They objective' and the be-leagued city lay
may he used In conjunction with "Goldea al n f eid t w,
Medical DIscovery" If bowels are much calm an sfe h-hind the all.
sU94pted. aThW' r i U amsare a saMe I Swept All of Outside Territory Clean
.- - -- -. Iutsidel theh limits of the city where
ROOMS FOR RENT th.. wall had, not been roark d and
-- wir the cit:. hal1 not 1,,-. n clevatedl.
Elegant furnish-d rooms for rent at the waters had their way. but they
the Wisteria. Apply to Airs. H. C. wrecked only deserted huts and aban-
Jones. doned t'-rrltory. In this section of the
lcity. which is low and sparsely settled.
COTTAGE AT OKLAWAHA r the water rose to a height of seven
at feet but the' weather bureau warning
Cottage at North Iake. Oklawaha. had be heded and th inhabitants
for rent. Apply to H. C. Jones. had moved their poss~ s aions out of the
danger zone: from other cities in the
CRYING FOR HELP affected area come tales of narrow es-
capes and much destruction of prop-
Lots of It In Ocala, But Daily Grow- I rty. the only anxiety expressed now
ing '.ess Is for the smaller towns, villages and
Thi- kidneys ery for help. summer resorts with which the gulf
N.'t an organ in the whole body coast s so thickly settled
so ol'live.1telyv onstruc:ted.
Net one so important to health.
Ti.e kidneys are the filters of the TOOK A TERRIBLE TOLL
Whtn they fail the blood becomes Though Baffled in Attempt to Destroy
foul and poisonous. Galveston, the Waves Claimed
There can be no health where there Ten Lives
is poisoned blood.
Backache is ono of the first indica- Galveston. Tex.. July 22.-Ten dead
tions It ip the kidneys' cry for help. Heed- as is known in the hurricane. Vhi1le
it. the city was h(ld safe against the fury
Doan's Kidney Pills are what IP of the storm by the new $2,001.000 sea-
wanted. wall. far out in the gulf. on Tarpon
Are just what overworked kidney' fishing pier, seven miles from the city.
neld. where the storm whipped over the
They strengthe-n and Invigorate the Jetty into the bay. ten persons were
kidney-; help them to do their work: hed f th ock tor
n-ver fail to cure any case of kidney washe from the rocky promontories
dis;', into the gulf. Boats are searching the
P. Y. Smith. living at 1206 Alachua bay for the bodies, but so far have
Av-'.. Gainesville. FIa., says: "My b-en unsuccessful.
wife was troubled for some time with
e, vere londache. She' also complained Everyone would be benefited by tak-
ore a dull pain in he r back. and was ing Foley's Orino Laxative for stom-
n,.rvous and ieak. I thought that her ler Laeanvefor btom-
kidneys the cause of her trou- ach and liver trouble and habitual
hie, and procured a lox of Dean's constipation. It sweetens the stom-
Kidney Pills for her. She received ach and breath, gently stimulates the
such great benefit from the use of the liver and regulates the bowels and is
tirst b.x of this remedy that I ob- much superior to pills and ordinary
tainted aneth.'r supply. When this laxatives. Why not try Foley's Orino
w'as used the pains ceased, and she is Laxative today? Sold by all druggists. TH ave
r ow ioe lnger troubled with head-
aches. It required but two boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills to entirely cure FOR SALE-Protographs of the 37
her." horses that were shot and buried July
Plenty more rroof like this from 7th. The size of the pictures, which
Ovala people, Call at Tydings & Co.'s were taken in front of the courthouse
drugn store and ask what their custo- and as the animals lay dead in the
me's rep rt l ealer Pric trenches, is 10x12. Price 50 cents. To
ctit'<. -'o-ter-Milb'rn (',.. Buffalo be had of Tompkins & Cobb.
Ne.- York. sole agents for the Unite"
States. Delay in taking Foley's Kindey
R emmber the name-Dean'- -and Remedy if you have backache, kidney
take no other, or bladder trouble, fastens the disease
upon and makes a cure more difficult.
Do not forget that you can find any- Commence taking Foley's Kidney
thing you want in crockery and glass- Remedy today arid you will soon be
ware at the Ocala News Co. well. Why risk a serious malady?
Sold by all druggists.

S FOR REXT-My residence recently
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd, No. 24
.Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
i Ifanta ad Childr Hood. 7-10tf
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Meets every first and
third Wednesday even-
Ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren!
always welcome.
P. W. Ditto, President.
W. C. Moore. Secretary.

Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30, at
Yong,-'s Hall. W. Gray. C. of R.

t'onr\ ntions h.l!d -vt-ry .M1.n-
eday" vcning in Castle HalI.
ov r P, vper s store. A cordial,
v,. lom.- to visiting knights.
Sidney Haile. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.

0. F.
Tulula Lodge. No. 28;
I. O. 0. F. meets ev-;
ery Tuesday evening
in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
.*;.ys n.-lc..m '.
W. L Colbert. N. G.
M. M. Little. Secretary.
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Stand for Fmi

NAfo -d'Sotisjfedie. Cmuultvd 4 or N. Ny

OCALA, FLA., July 22, a19.
S.. *.. -.

To Wearers of Good Clothes:

This is to inform you thaJt before the .
fall season begins I will have installed a first
class tailoring department over my store.

My prices on tailored clothes will, as In
the past, be the very lowest--quality of goods
and workmanship considered. I shall always keep
on hand a nice assortment of woolen piece goods
so that I can take care of rush orders. When every
thing is in shape I will be in position to turn
out a pair of pants within five hours after tak-
ing the measure and a suit in .three days. Thu
your will have the opportunity to get just what
you want just when you WANT it, and at a re&son-
able figure.

I will however, continue to represent one
or two of the leading tailoring houses of the
country. This I do in order to keep right in touch
with the very latest in tailoring.

I will also handle a first class line of
ready-made garments for men in finishes and semi-
ready suits and trousers.

I want to impress on you this fact:
If at any time after you have bought a suit from
me, it does not give satisfaction I stand ready
to mSke it satisfactory, even though it may mean
the MAKING of a new garment. I am here to see
that you are treated right.

I will keep repaired, cleaned and pressed
the clothes you buy of me, free of charge. This
work will be done with an Electric Vacuum Cleaner,
which draws out the dirt instead of rubbing it in.

Soliciting your patronage, and assuring
you that everything will be as represented, I am,

Yours for square dealing,



Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by the Very

Latest Methods

We have just received one ot the famous Ideal

Lawn Mower Grinders, a machine especially built
for the purpose of grinding Lawn Mowers, which -

does the work perfectly. If you will favor us with
your patronage, we guarantee to give you back the
Mower in better condition than the day you bought
it. It will be sharp, and stay sharp longer than th
old style way, which is usually done by inexpe*
rienced workman with a file or an emery wheeL

Next time your Mower needs searpe

bring It In or no wty us, amd we wi

make It cumt so nicely t Wl surprise y.


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N/e Marion-Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets in the
temple on the first and
third Thursday even-
ingK of each month. Visiting brothers
I cordially invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the 4th
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottlieb, H. P.
Jake Brown,. secretary.

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

avenue, for Sale.



Terms, te me.

A. FRANK, Mgr.




Leading Vehicle Dealers

of Central Florida

hAs m sck 1i d hlbk Warm kgks, CarIk

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Frek Mets Greomies, Chickens, Eggs,


SMught and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fish. 1
plste Plees of Its Kind in the Country. Re-model
Up-T*-Date. First, Clase Reauraat in Connection

Meals and Reasonable Board to We*

Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green H

and Sold.

Telephone No. 111


Produce Both
rhe Most Corn-
led and Right
. First Class
k I y Customers

ides Bought

Box No. 652

IN In Neagnuda Street

I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron. Steel. Brass, Copper. Zinc.
Tin, Lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrels, Leather, Etc.; old Engines,
Boilers, Ra.E, El(, whether as Psepnnd-hnn-l or scrap and pay the
highest price In cash for same. Write or call on me and let me know
what you have and where It is located.

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C rt.... Hnl,,l An third me'ni dormitory now completed: electric

lights, steam anI furace heat; large faculty: perfect health condl-
tioe; fine gymnasium, athletic fields, boating, tennis courts, golf links:
baseball football and basketball teams champions of Florida In 1909.
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate;
scholarships available; Christian but undenominational; stands for


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For Catalogue Address the Prmident:

Wi. F. Nackiam, Ph D., Winter Park, Fla.

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Red Men meet this evening.
R. of P. meet Mronday evening.
Mr . Calvin of Inverness, is at
the Ocala House.
A few of those Diamond Edge Safety
Razors left at the Court Pharmacy.
There wtr- thirty arrivals at the
Montezuma yesterday.
5 or 6 doses "SW will cure any case
of chills and fever. Price, 25c.
Mrs. Laird expects to leave in a few
days for a visit to Georgia.

Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cere chills and fever. 25 cents.

Edwards' meat market will close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays. AT THE AIR DOME

5 or 6 doses 66" will ure any case Billy Hanway, a clever comedian,
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. who has been playing at the Pastime
in Jacksonville, and giving great satis-
Peroide Cream, for the complexion, faction, came i this afternoon and
wat the Court Pharmay. ill be at the Air Dome tonight. He
can do some of the most side-splitting
Plank's Chll Tonic, guaranteed to black-face stunts you ever saw, and
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
you want to be right on hand, like a
WANTED-A salesman to work sore thumb.
from house to house. Address. Star Beside. there are the pictures. It is
office. conceded that Mr. Tucker has the fin-
est line of pictures now that has ever
Another shipment of hard water been shown in Ocala. They are art,
soap just in at the Postoffice Drug- education and amusement.
The members of the St. Augustine
Mr. and Mrs. E. L& Carney have gone !ball team are at the Montezuma hotel.
to Estelle Springs, Tenn., for a months They are Sam McDaniels. Oscar Con-
recuperation. ova, E. Dyson, J. Salano. T. Davis. Roy
Colee. Joe Benet, Gregory Pomar and
WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage in Ellington and Wilson.
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X. Star office. Me.ssrs. L. J. Wiley of Philadelphia,
V W Y 0 IM10 A al.. .^. A Lins

Mr. G. W. Martin went up to Jack-
sonville yesterday on a business trip.
He is expected to return tonight.
A new shipment of that famous Al-
pine Flax just received at the Court

Mr. N. M. Hale. a prohibition leader
of Nashville, Tenn., Is in the city. con-
ferring with Hon. W. D. Cam.

We havi the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
cles in the city. Tydings & Co.
Mis Maggie Lytle came up from
Stanton this morning to visit Miss
Adele Bittinger.
Rosce Violet Talcum is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postoffice Drug-

Dr. L. A. Carter, a young physician
from Baxley. Ga., is visiting Ocala. and
may locate here.

Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those f-inch Wes-
tinghous3 fans from H. W. Tucker.
Messrs. R. V. Hendricks and Nathan
Robinson and Miss Winona Long are
no longer with the Globe.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Mrs. J. M. Sellers and
Apopka, are the guests
Mrs. E. L. Freyermouth.

children of
of Mr. and

Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em
quick and is non-poisonous. 25 cents
at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Laurence Preyermuth is in Gaines-
ville, visiting his friend, Dudley Glov-
Take one of those bathing caps
Along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
Mr. T. W. Troxier expects Ihs fam-
ily to return today from their visit to
West Florida and Alabama.
Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em quick
and is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
Miss Leafy Sylvester will entertain
the bridge whist club tomorrow after-
noon at 4 o'clock.
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 Hawkeq glasses. We
can fit you. Give us a trial.
Mr. M. M. Little went to Sutherland
this afternoon to visit his family and
pickle himself in the waters of the
Gulf. He will return Monday.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Messrs. A. G. Payne. M. B. Craig. R.
E. Boswell and A. W. Rethea of Jack-
Ponville were at the Ocala House yes-

WANTED-To borrow $600 (s'x
hundred dollars). Will give mortgage
on city property in Ocala, and pay
good interest. Want loan immediate-
ly. Address Box 787. Jacksonville Fla.
After several weeks of sickness and
absence, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Lucius
are again at hom,. in their cottage
near the express office.
FOR SALE-3300: auto buggy. 40-
inch wheel, solid rubber tire. 20-horse-
power. 2-cylinder engine, full leather
top: refitted with new parts. Box 173.
Ocala, Fla. 7-6-6tdltw
Mr. Peter Durisoe. one of the most
Nh1rhia r.a-*mn*A nrnii t ..f n, n. m. ,. -

Ki. Ri. Bliss. Orlando. tA. AN. uuiUn
and S. Khouri. of the A. C. L.. Ed Rou.
meaux of the So. Ex. Co., E. A. White,
of St. Petersburg and J. S. McAllister,
of Reddick. were at the Montezuma

Mrs. W. A. Collier and her two pret-
ty children, after a pleasant visit to
Mrs. Collier's sisters. Misses Bessye
and Marguerite Porter, in Gainesville.
Ga.. have returned to their home in
Tuscaloosa. Ala.
There were two cases in the mayor's
court this morning. One disorderly
person was fined $. or ten days. and
one, for contempt of court, had his
case continued until tomorrow.

Mr. Will Howes., the traveling man
for Bartleson, was in town today tak-
ing orders. Mr. Howes travels over
about half of Florida, and says Ocala
is doing as well if not better than any
other town in his territory.





Mr. W. A. Kallenberger's saloon on
North Main street closed its doors
yesterday morning. Mr. Kallenberger
has had quite a run of bad luck. He
is now sick at Lake Weir, where his
family is spending the summer. He
kept a quiet, orderly place and gave
everybody a square deal, but it has
been evident for some months that
his saloon was .one too many for the
city. Hlie has made many friends here.
who hope he will soon be well and on
the road to prosperity again.
Every Woman Will be Interested
If you will send your name and ad-
dress we will mail you free a paclage
of Mother Gray's Australian Leaf, a
certain, pleasant herb and never fail-
ing. If you have pains in the back,
urinary, bladde r kidnty trouble, use
this pleasant union of aromatic herbs.
roots and leaves. All druggists sell It,
50 cents, or address, The Mother Gray
Co., Leroy, N. Y. 2
The rrescrption department Is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest In the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydingsa C Co.
Mr. Will Moore came up from Tam-
pa last night and will return with his
family to that city tomorrow.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping on first floor;
all conveniences. Also one nicely fur-
nished bedroom on second floor, one-
half block from A. C. L. depot. Apply
34 Oklawaha avenue.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will s-1ll any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.
Mr Rudolph C. Myers. who was a
resident of Ocala some two years ago,
is in town on business. He has been
in the southern part of the state since
leaving Ocala.
Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief In Foley's Honey and Tar
as it cures stubbon coughs after other
treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles,
Reasnor. Iowa, writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption. and I got no
better until I took Foley's Honey and
Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and
pain in my lungs and they are now as
sound as a bullet." Sold by all drue-

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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and little
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb
and daughter and Mrs. Cobb's mother,
Mrs. Seeley, spent Wednesday at Hol.
der, the guests of Mr. Cobb's father,
Mr. T. A. Cobb. It was a family re-
union and a most pleasant affair for
all present.

The latest news from Mr. Ben
Rheinauer is that he is enjoying life
in the Catskills and is fast recovering
his health and strength. His host of
friends all over the county will be
glad to know this.
Mrs. John Martin, who passed thro'
an exceedingly dangerous operation In
the Marion County Hospital on Tues-
day. Is reported to be doing well.
Young John T. Lewis Jr., of Okla-
waha. whose critical case has been
reported In the Star from time to time.
will be dismissed from the hospital
and return to his home on Sunday
Messrs. Frederick Jung and C. J.
Cooper. Chicago. E. M. Dettlnger.
Greensboro, N. C, Emmet Wilson,
Sanford, and C. J. Rogers. Palatka,
were at the Ocala House last night.
Messrs. Reuben M. Blumberg of
Baltimore, and B. H. Chase. of Tam-
pa, were at the Ocala House yester-

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Florida Eagles Will Hold Their State
Cavaition Here August 18-2
At the meeting of the Ocala Aerie.
P. 0. E.. last night President Ditto
informed the members present tUat a
state convention of the order would be
held in this city Aug. 1s-20, for the
purpose of organizing a state aerie and
taking other measures for the benefit
of the large and growing fraternity.
This will be an important event for
O)cala. as delegates will come from the
aeries all over the state. It is up to
the local Eagles to see that they are
fittingly entertained, and for that pur-
pose all members of Aerie No. 1814 are
particularly requested to be present at
the next regular meeting. Wednesday.
August 4th.

Messrs. C. A. Hulburt and 0. W.
Cordero were elected delegates to rep-
resent the Oceala aerie in the state
met ting. Other business was attend-
ed to and the meeting closed at 9:45
p. m.



There is no better stoek of fine
writing papers in the city than we We have a large msppy of fire wood,
carry. Come In and look It over if' both pine and oak. fireplace and stove
you want something really nice. Ty- lengths. Good seasoned wood.
delivered, cash. Call at fatery or
Mr. Heron Troaa who had such a 'PHONE 170--Go. GILES & CO.
siege of typhoid fever and left for
Kentucky as soon as he was able to, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
travel, to recuperate, has gone to Chi- i Tax Deed Under Section 3 of Chap-
cago,. where he entered a school of ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
window decorating and sign lettering. Notice is hereby given that B. E. Ray-
He will take a two month's course in sor, purchaser of tax certificates Noa.
this school, when he will return to 162. 163, 164, dated the 3rd day of June,
Ocala and resume his position with A. D. 1907. has filed said certificates in
Mr. Marcus Frank. "Frank's" store my office, and has made application
will soon show the effect of Mr. Todd's for tax de-d to Issue In accordance
artistic ability, with law. Said certificates embrace
the following described property sit-
Foley's Honey and Tar not only stated in Marion county, Florida, to-
stops chronic coughs that weaken the wit: Corn 11.53 chs s of ne cor of
constitution and develop in consump- nw4 of nwa sec 26 tp 13 r 21 thence
tion, but heals and strengthens the w 415 ft n 210 ft e 415 ft s 210 ft; also
lungs. It affords comfort and relief in corn 432% ft n of sw cor of nw% see
the worst cases of chronic bronchitis. 26 tp 13 s r 21 e thence n 464 ft e 1020
asthma, hay fever and lung trouble. ft s 464 ft w 1020 ft and also corn
Sold by all druggists. 1.80% chs s of now cor of sw .sec 26
tp 13 r 21 thence s 3.16 chs e 6.32 chs
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION n 3.16 chs w 6.32 chs less those parts
redeemed. The said land being assess-
This is to Inform you that B. Gold- ed at the date of the issuance of such
man has this day by mutual agreement certificates in the name of Richard
withdrawn from the Guarantee -'loth- Woodward. R. S. Winny. Anderson
ing & Shoe company of this city. J. Jones. Unless said certificates shall
Malever remaining the sole owner of, be redeemed according to law. tax
the business, and assumes all the lia- deed will issue thereon on the 21th day
bilities. Respectfully, of August. A. D. 1909.
B. GOLDMAN. ; Witness my officail signature and
J. MALEVER.- i seal this the 16th day of July, A. D.
Ocala, Fla., July 14th, 1909. 11909. S. T. SItrrKtJmUK
I*Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co, Fla.

This is to inform you that on this
day the firm of Goldman & Malever,
of Ocala,. Fla.. Is by mutual agreement
disolved, B. Goldman to assume all the
obligations due by the above firm. Tou
will please take notice and change the
account on your books accordingly.


4. -

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

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

No. 1 Breakfast Herring Roe,
10c, 3 for 25c.



Modern cottages, au conveniences,
well IGcated and new. Apply to Jos-
eph Bell, at court house.
Bob Connor says that the lake in
the rear of his home, south of town,
under the influence of the rainy sea-
son has amplified until it Is only a few
square miles smaller than Lake Weir.
Bob is going to build a yacht and
launch it on the waters of said lake,
and treat all his friends to a saiL on
which occasion he will also give them
a purlo. It is this prospect of festivity
that keeps Bob's friends praying for
more rain.
Captain Graham and the best
marksmen of the Ocala Rifles are out
at Fort King this afternoon, trying
their new Springflelds at the target.
to see who shall represent the com-
pany at St. Augustine.

Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, treasurer of the
Eagles, came up from Shell Island
yesterday to attend the meeting of the
aerie last night, and returned to the
island today. Fred has accumulated
a sunburn that would make a kimona
for a slim man.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Simmons have
returned from a two weeks visit to
Rochelle. Ga- which they enjoyed very
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and
their youngest son Orlorf are expect-
ed to return to Ocala from Springfield.
Ill.. in September. Their many friends
wil be glad to see them.
Tulula Lodge. L 0. 0. F., is forming
another club. Two applications were
received last Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysor, after a
visit to Mrs. Raysor's mother, .-rs.
Mattie Pyles, returned to their home
at Lowell, today.

St. Augustine sIurpbd evesybe
yesterday when they we the sam
from wOla with the m e O4 toe
Gainevile played Augatta smel
days age d wm 16 Sto ad OlOa
was confident of wimhag the two
games from the boys of the ARt
City, but from the way they played
ball yesterday It Is doubtful If the
get one game.
The game opened up with grant
promise. Neither side scored a M the
third, when the home team aqteenad
one man acrea the plaMce, bt I the
third the Augustine boys alo talked,
evening up the score.
Right here the Ocala boys seemed
to go up In the air. Erors were m&
all over the diamond, and with several
hits in the fourth inning, Augstine
scored three more runa. arris hurt
his shoulder on first hase and la the
next Inning Donaldson. whose p;attlon
is at second, was put In the box;
The run getting was stopped, sad
in the seventh Inning it looked like the
home team was going to win out. Two
tallies were made and the bases were
full with two men out and Walter at
the bat. Waller knocked a foul and
Jewett. o second, In returning to the
base was caught between second and
third and put out. retiring the side.
Of the twelve men that faced him,
Donaldson struck out eight, more
strike outs than Harris for the local.
and Conova for St. Augustin, made in
the whole game together. Donaidom
developed speed and some benders In
the box. It looks as if we have found
a pitcher in the "ranks." but It seems
a pity to have to use him In the box.
when he fills his position so well at
The second game with the StL Au-
gustine will be played this afternoon.
Ocala was a little over-confident yes-
terday, which probably cost her the
game. but today the boys will go In
to win and some good baseball will be

The Metropolitan Band will give Its
regular weekly concert tomorrow night
from the band stand, provided the
weather is agreeable, when the fol-
lowing program will be rendered:
1. March, "The Maestro"-R. W. Bond.
2. Selection, "Bohemian Girl"-Balfe.
3. Japanese dance and twostep, T"ukr"
Victor G. Kreger.
4. Overture, "Poet and Peasant" (by
request)-Fr. Von Suppe.
5. Indian novelty two-step "Big Chief
Rattle Axe"-T. S. Allen.
6. Selection. "The Monareh"-W. C.
7. March, "The Crists"-R. B. Hall.
8. "American Patr6l"-F. W. Meacham.
A. E. Gerig, Director.



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*'y- as 4:3 If they deASe.

Tax Dead Under Geims I f CGhp*
teo 4n, Laws of FlieM&
Notice s thereby g it mtft I iM-
day, purchaswr of tax zeUsffsI- Mu.
494 and 495, date the # th B tf As-
gust, A. D. 12, hase saM eerti-
ficates in my S afrt e m- a"- and
pHeatioa for t a deed to toa B-
cordance with law. SaM eUMSilOM
embrace the fe owtag deerlmbe prep.
erty situtatd la Manrt em ty. Piorid
to-wit: LtA 1 ea s la Maok It.
Reddlek, see l tp 1 r at *, 1the a M
land being easeea at ato tef tOe
isuunce or sueb taleues ftabe
name of tIa. Coam o. sad QD. Bmw.
trustee. UnleAm Lad FemIM lAdo
be redeemed aecordiN toolaw, tax 4a
will Issue tereos on th ea 2 daf
August, A. D. IM.
Witness my official sinatmre a
seal this 20th day of July. A. D. 1M.
(seal) S& T. MOTRUNK
clerk Cireult Court MartoA Co. .
Tax Deed UOiser IStaUrI ef Ch -
ter 4M, Laws o F lrida.
Notice is hereby give taMt W. 0.
Brewer, prehaser of tax erMMumto
No. 402. dated the 3rd day of Ju-, A.
D. 17e. bS filed said eMato l iteI my
office, and hab made appeatei tr,
tax deed to Issue tn aeurt mm wlt"
law. Said c. ate naract t
following dewlberd pmpt atetd
In Marion eoputy Flo rida, ts-wlt
w% of ne% and A% o se Mae C tp
15 s r 18 e. The sad h br e~-.
sewed at the date of the la@mW
such certilcate In the -M 6 We-
kiwa Naval Storm s Co. U m am
certificeato shall he redmmmd "mm-
tg to law. taz deam wil a thsm-
on on the 2rd day sf July. A. D. UML
Witness my official dpalitom ad
"eW this the 1th day of Jume. A. D.
o. o imMUK.,
Clerk Circui t ofn Ma O*s .k .

Ot Final saftbomM am ad bam
Notice is bereft gv t hat m the
6th day of tebw nrY. A D. If, the
unde P Imed wil l Iat h aemmmat

judge tof proate M-t a for Mw3l-
counaty, at hIs ea* In l00, and "
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I am prepared to take any job of
paIntinng no matter how large-or how
small. 0o how ine the work desired
may be. I have ihe material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted i'ande 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

alirbanks & 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 688.
Ocala. 6-24-

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Manufacturers of cement brick, building blocks,
hexagon and octagon blocks, and all kinds of pavy-
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our motto is "to please."
Temporary quarters, phone 256.




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Instruction From an
Source-The Planting

Properly o

out cutting shorter than we do be-
fore packing. The foolinsh theory
about a pecan tree not bearing if its
tap-root has been cut has been so
thoroughly disproved by ourselves and
others that it is not worth discussion.
If the tap-root is cut when the tree
is dug. as is often necessary, the cut
quickly heals and a new tap-root
(sometimes several) will form. After
planting is completed, loose soil
should be lightly thrown around the
tree to lessen evaporation, or it may
be mulched with leaves, straw, etc.. in
lawns and other places where no
crops are to be planted. The mulch-
ing of newly set trees is highly re-
commended. The ground is thereby
kept moist, a slowly decaying supply
of natural plant food is provided and
grass and weeds are not so trouble-
some, thus avoiding the necessity of
so frequently stirring the soil imme-
diately around the trees. The ground
around fruit or nut trees should never
be allowed to bake or crust, and it is
the more important with newly set
trens. particularly the first season.

Rules for ascertaining the number
of treys required for one acre of land:
Multiply the distane- in feet between
the rows by the distance the trees are
to be apart in the row, and the pro-
duct will be the number of square
feet for each tree. which divided into

Utmost Importance-Start Right 01
End Wrong.
The following planting Instructioni
Issued by one of the largest pecan
nurseries in the country are so valu-
able that we reproduce them in full
They are from the G. M. Bacon Pe-
can Co., of DeWitt. Mitchell county
Ga., and should be studied and pre-
served by every grower and prospec-
tive grower of pecans in Florida:
If not ready to set out trees soon
after arrival, bundles or boxes should
be opened, a deep trench dug. and the
roots and half the tops of trees laid
therein at a slope, covering them
carefully with plenty of damp earth
(not in lumps), and keeping then
damp. but not too wet. If trees are
properly heeled out they wili keep in
good condition for a conrlderabli
I time and may be planted at one's lei-
sure, but we recommend the perma-
nent planting of trees with as little
delay as possible. If trees are frozen
upon arrival, bury the bundle, with-
out opening, in moist earth, or let
tlh-m thaw slowly in a cellar. (We
have successfully planted shipped pe-
can trees where the roots were frozen
either in transit or by accidentally
lying out of doors in freezing weather
after arrival. If trees have dried out
in transit open bundle and bnry trees
(both tops and roots) for several days
and they will resume a normal condi-
tion. Trees should never be consid-
ered dead or worthless if roots have
dried some in transit, unless an ex-
cessive delay has occurred. for by
burying them entirely they really
absurd moisture from the damp soil
and regain their vitality. Roots
should be covered or wrapped up in
wet sacking, moss or other material
when taken to the field for planting.
Many trees are lost and nurserymen
consequently blamed on account ol
failure of buyers to handle trees In-
telligently after arrival.
In preparing a tree for planting, all
broken or bruised roots should he cul
off immediately behind the injuries,
This is usually done by us before
packing for shipment, but possibly
may be neglected or the ends of roots
become rubbed or Jagged in transit,
The cuts should be made with a sharp
knife from the underside of the roots
and outwards, leaving a smooth, slop-
ing cut. To tfm the roots to the
best advantage the tree should be
held upside down while trimming.
In setting out a pecan tree. a hole
24 inches in diameter and thirty
Inches deep is usually large enough,
although wider holes may be dug
with advantage, thereby enabling
more pulverized and richer soil to be
put around the roots, which is bene-
ficial to the new feeding roots as they
form. WI en setting out the trees,
carefully fill in among the roots with
pulverized top soil or woods earth.
Well rotted manure or not exceeding
one and one-half pounds of commer-
cial fertilizer, may. be put in outer
sides of hole, as far as practicable
beyond outer ends of lateral roots.
while hole Is being filled, but by no
means to come in contact with the
roots or trunk of tree. No fertilizer
should he put at bottom of hole. Work
and fimly press the dirt among the
roots, laying each root in a natural
position. No holes or cavities in the
soil should be left and soil must be
in close contact with all roots, espec-
ially the tap-root. The bottom of the
hole should be firm, to avoid further
settling of the tree. The tree should
be set at such a depth that after a
copious watering and the permanent
settling of the earth, it will be per-
haps a little deeper than it stood in
the nursery row. It is very Impor-
tant that no part of the crown or root
be left uncovered when planted or
afterwards, and if at any time it is
found that earth has settled and left
any brownish-red part of crown or
root exposed, it must again be cov-
ered with sol
The point where the root and crown
leave off and the trunk begins is a
very vital portion of the newly set
tree and must always be underground.
Trees should be carefully examined
after the first heavy rain after plant-
ing and earth thrown to tree if soil
has settled. It is better to plant them
an inch or two deeper than they
stood in the nursery row than to run
any risk of having the crown of root
exposed. If tap-roots are inconven-
iently long. say over thirty inches.
they may be cut off by a sloping cut
with a sharp knife. In the larger
size trees it is better to sink a hole
deep enough to receive the root with-


i In a recent Issue reference wa
I Iadeto the tilitio of Souther
1 Y pine lands for pecan orchard as
B FOR 4 iHf-K AT.W TfIrES factor in the fMHit pro l aM ne
i FOR 40-INCH WIDE WHITE under discussion. TTese buds. wlhi
LAWN, SHEER QUALITY. IS are not only non-produetive slae th
WORTH A YARHD. n ALE cutting of the mill timber. bul Irbi
!WORTH Ie. A YARD. ON SALE entail the cost of taxes. preset am
TOMORROW AT opportunity for co-oprative world
s: with practical nut growvrs whid
n when properly handled should pIw
FR A L i of mutual profit as well as beomliq
~a valuable advertisement for theI 10
cality in which the operatlous ar
." conducted. As a rule, these bla
COWPEAS AND HAY tracts are being held for an enahaa
--- ed seHlng price as the demaffd fa
Cowpeas and soy beans are plenti- agricultural purposes Increases.
d ful and cheap this year. One man Our purpose Is to show how the&
! has written to us saying that he can lands can be brought into demand a
only get 90 cents a bushel for peas, remunerative figures, thus adding t
Sand asking how to make a fertilizer the wealth of the owners, sad at the
aout of them. We told him that we same time subserve the public good
thought he could get more than 90 in various ways. The plan Is a mode
e cents by advertising them, and that of simplicity and can be operated eM
Si he couldn't afford to use them for fer- a capital consisting of mutual confi
e tilizer as long as he had any stock to denc, rather than large amounts of
e feed them to. He can feed them. and cash resources.
- get their full feeding value and also We have perviously shown that the
e 70 to 80 per cent of their fertilizing requisites for successful pecan grow.
value In the manure. In other words. ing are (1) suitable lands, '2) choice
he can get twice as much for feeding budded and grafted trees. (3) aklllf
t them in a well balanced ration as by planting and care of orchards and (4t
using them as a fertile er. But the cash for labor and contingent ex.
best thing to do with most of the peases.
peas in the South Is to plant t-em. The land is the first-and in thi
' Our land needs them, our live stock plan the essential feature. The mi
r needs them. and we are going to need men who own these large tracts o
r nore than ever of them to plant next idle. cut-over lands are the agency
year. Especially in the sections where which can make this proposal opera-
early crops have been drowned out tive, and do it easily, from a pectin-
Sshould large areas be planted. Grow iary standpoint, as it does not call
peas for pasture, for hay. for soil im- upon them for additional Investment
provement, for seed. It will pay. but "imply changes a non-productive
North Carolina spends from W0.- holding into one which. under proper
000,000 to $11,000.000 annually for handling, becomes productive, with
Commercial fertilizer; South Caro- the indirect advantage of maklag
lina, we believe, an even larger other unproductive lands more sale-
amount; Georgia at least $13.000.000 able.
and Alabama $10.000,000. These four The essential requirements on the
states spend not far from $45,000,000 part of these land owners Is coinft
annually for fertilizers. No doubt dence in the integrity and ability 01
this pays, but if anything can be those nut growers who .may under-
Sfuund to lessen this enormous drain take the development of such orchard
on the agriculture of those states it Propotors.
must be used. At least one-third of To illustrate. say the owner of ten
this vast amount-that paid for ni- or twenty thousand acres of these
Strogen-could be saved by the grow- cut-over lands agrees to put a tenth
ing and feeding of legumes. Sow peas of his holdings, one or two thousand
and clover and lessen your guano bill. acres, into an orchard proposition a
S-Progressive Farmer. its present valuation, provided other
interested parties furnish the requl-
site skilful management and the ad-
If people with symptoms of kidney ditional capital needed to establish
or bladder trouble could realize their an orchard of agreed area. This
danger they would without loss of makes a basis upon which a com-
time commence taking Foley's Kidney pany can be formed.
Pills. This great remedy stops the The prospectorwhomed. looking
pain and the irregularities, strength- an orchard location recognizes the
ens and builds up these organs and advantages of such an offer and Joins
there is no danger of Bright's disease his working capital and skill to the
or other serious disorder. Do not dis- sources of the land owner. To-
regard the early symptoms. Sold resources of the land owner. To
recall druggisthe early symptoms. S gold by ether they enlist the co-operation of
all druggists. nuresrymen who find It advantageous
to invest their pecan trees in orch-
LARGE STOCK FARM LATEST yards. This strengthens th* company
ENTERPRISE FOR MICANOPY so that the rest of the cash capital
i-- can be obtained from other parties
One of the largest combination who are looking for investments In
stock and truck farms in Florida is this line. Such an assembling of In-
now being established near Micanopy terests makes an active otganizatioUn
on what is known as the Powell es- capable of working it out. In due time,
tate. The manager. A. U. Hilleary, handsome profits for all concerned.
states that it is the intention of the while the permanent character of the
stockholders to have the largest farm business and the increase In profits
in lie state, as the years go by, makes It of ex-
J. H. Snyder & Co., of New York. ceptional importance.
are interested in the project, and they The land owner simply takes some
have invested a large amount of mon- of his capital from one pocket and
ey already in the enterprise, draining puts it into another, Where it In-
one lake of about sixty acres, creases more rapidly In value.
Besides the vegetables tey Will The active and skillful manager
raise, they propose to make a specialty secures an opportunity to make his
of fancy frame lettuce and choice cel-. services of pecuniary value to him-
ery, and have already prepared the self and his associates.
lands and placed the plant on the The nurseryman who furnishes
ground to be ready for business the trees as a part of the capital is en-
coming season, abled to perform the paradoxical feat
They have a strip of 360 acres of of eating his cake and yet keeping it.
prairie land that will be used exelu- The cash Investor is afforded a sate,
sively for stock pasturage, and besides profitable and permanent opportunity
the large number of cattle already lor investing his money.
placed there, Mr. Hilleary will place The writer has frequent opportun-
about fifty head more on the premises cities for Influencing all the elements
during the coming week. mentioned except land, and the great
There is something over 1.500 acres work of this publication and the
in the entire tract, and If the venture National Nut .rowers' Association In
proves as successful as the company showing the importance of the Indus-
anticipates they will add still more to try should, make the proposition well
the place, and eventually make of It worthy of consideration by all large
a large ranch for the purpose of im- land owners. It is not only direct
proving the stock of the state.- profits which should appeal to this
Gainesville Sun. class, but the great benefit which
would result to every place In which
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I am prepared to take any Job of the planting of large orchards and the
painting. no matter how large or how consequent demand for additional
small, or how fine the work desired lands for new plantings whfch regu-
may be. I have the material, brushes larly follow the successful Initial ef-
and knowledge to paint and do it fort.-Dr. J. F. 'Wilson of Poulan, Ga.,
right. Houses painted Inside and out in The Nut Grower.
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed FIRE WOOD-FiRE WOOD *-
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw. We have a large suppy of fire wood,
Ocala, Fla. tf both pine and oak, fireplace and stove
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
A new seven-room house for rent delivered, cash. Call at factory or
on Daugherty street. Apply to A. G. 'PHONE 170-Geo. GILES A CO.
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vTia the
TIE KAu..anui. ARm utaE
$18.25-Knoxville, Tenn., and return.
M RS. ., June 20. 21,. 22,26, 27, July 3,.
CO M MERCIAL10, 11, 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
PRESSING CLUB sion Sept. 30. Stopoveras
$18.70-Monteagle and Sewan*e, Tennq
and return. M. W. & M. P.. July 1,
J. C. BARDIN, Prpre 10, 17. 23, 24, .0, August 1., 14. Limit
$17.95-Black Mountain, N. C, and re-
No. 6 Ft. King Ave, East. Phone, 144 turn. Chautauqua. July 12. 19. 26.
31. August 2, 9, 16, 21. 25. Limit
Work Called for and Delivered Prompt- Sipt. 6.
ly. All Work Guaranteed. White $104.65-San Francisco, Cal., and re-
Trade Only turn .(One way via Portland). July
S- 1 to Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct.
31. Stopovers.
$95.4-Seatte, Portand, Tcoma,
D U Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, New
Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to
I receive daily snipmente of choice ept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct. 2L
fresh and salt water fish of th- bc!t Stopovers.
vari-ti,.s. I handle nothing but fish Above Rates Open to the blie
and handle them right. HENRY RAYSOR, C. P. T. A.

What Kodol Will Do
,For yo whm you ned it But the
16t Imain dam, te inre yoa wiRl=ffer e Kl
em restore Good Diget

And, of counde dlgti If naeg-
leeted long enough, brings on seri-
ous diseaep In which Kodol cannot
benefit yo. Some of them there
Is no help for at all.
There are. In fat, very few al-
ments which cannot be traced di-
rectly to impure blood. And Im-
pure blood Is always due to a dis-
ordered stomach.
Use Kodol and prevet Nervous
Kodol will effectually assist Na-
ture to secure a complete restora-
tion of good digestion. It does
this by at oncee digestingall food
In the stomach and keeping It .di-
gested, until the stomach I rested
an4 can resume Its own work. K-
dol removes the canse-and the
effect quickly removes Itself.
When it Is recalled that Apo-
plexy. Heart Disease, Cancer-and
event Consumption-are due to
poor digestion and poisons thus
transmitted to the blood, and.
throughout the system-the Impor-
tance of malntaintag good diges-
tiM Is at oce realized.



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before ever the rst bottle W
sold. If we did not know Just what
It win do, we would m t g"e_1
it the way we do.
It is easy for you to prove dl
-the next (or the first) time yo
have an attack of indlgustlo. Ad
you will certainly be surpred at
the results. It s perfectly harm-
There can be wO harm In tryet ,'
somethbng that may do yoa *gr .
deal of good-whea It em ts y
thing If t doea't.
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Kodol is prepared at thie h be-
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