Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 23, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03226
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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WashMem., D. C, July 22-Mr. Taft
ayr net be quite so msh o an Ajax-
t as the late Mr. Ruesevelt but that
be is golag some a the AJ hebasm
hi the talk q the town. And. my! the
way they are plih' o the 'colors
There has been nothing Iibe it since
the painting of the famous picture of
Roosevelt msrchlag up Baa Juan hiL
Roosevt, yon know, stated Ia his
own account, lone shee happy ured
from the public am, that dur g that
charge he was safely emsesneed behind
a brass cannon offon another hl, from
where he viewed the battle, but that
tittle historic act must not he allow-
ed to interfere with the progress of art
in Americae so Mr. odOevslt sNpervis-
ed the palattag at the picture himself.
And so no facts ast be allowed to
interfere with dramatic art. President
Taft must be allowed to play the role
of Ajax without resrd to whether
taere is any lotning to defy or not.
The 4L O. P. papers e aspredinS
It on about how Presidnt aft is go-
wlg to ket "his" revision downward.
The ways and means of the presIdent's
forcing Aldrica and Cannon sad the
machines these mighty leaders control
to keep the pledge of the republican
party for a doa.ard revision of the
tariff are even being described in de-
talL This morning it is told us--nd
It comes from -good authorlty"-that
unless the conference report is atis-
fastory to the president the House
wil reject the report, and the preal-
dent has gone to work to get House
vote to carry out the program. It is
further said that t.e coference re-
port will be submitted to the presi-
dent before it is brought In, and that
then the president will pass on It. If
he does not like it he will frown: If it
meets with his approval, that Is. it it
Is "In the Interests of the people," he
will smile a nice broad, irresistible
Now the fact Is about this bill that
It is Impossible to make it into one
which will give the the re-
lief that they have been clamoring for.
The only way to do that would be to
make an entirely mew bill upon an en-
tirely different principle.
The object seems to be to satisfy
public clamor. And while the presi-
dent and his nose-leaders understand
that the people will find it out as soon
as they go to their stores to buy things,
It is confidently believed that there
wlW be such a flood of capital turned
loose as O as this capltal-fbterfa-
tariff bill is paqs"d that the people
under the binding spell of "prosperity"
will forget all about the high prices
they are paying.
The ildea is to satisfy this tremen-
dous clamor, for the moment Then
they will try to keep It down by the
all potent Influence of the dollar.

"About ten years ago my brother
was 'held-u lu hisn work, health and
happiness by what Was believed to be
hopeless sum" writes W. IL
iscomb. at WashIngton. N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
meant from several doctors, but found
no help till he used Dr. Kiag's New
T yV.PIT THE UPS UKE KiMS Discovery and was wholly cured by
eM taste as sweet. That's why bh lessd bottles. He is a wen man today.:
,mgu'S d iMe 5 fti s in hXIt's Quick to reIeve and the surest
ms pea 4 b---a-es aso pua.p uP cure. for weak or ore lung, nemor-
sa-t -e-n-s -tes as' lea-..le m- hages, coughs and colds, bronchitis, la
anI.t-lemy is fnree trsa adultra- grippe. asthma, and all bronchial at-
* Itm -s N wholesome, a helthfl. Sfeetiaons. 5ec and $1. Trial bottle free.
sW" l! o eof i oner s l Gunranteed by all druggists.
CO Drnks, Clars and News- M-

ATr A L 'sQ tWaukesha. Wls JuIr 2-J.
AT. SAIllD"S SBtM^^t troud-. a milonlre- WIssiism C&

it Vo, s-il e ui nty. fr olfce
rxW sS.S UiYW a emat deal of fu
Sasl m' lm, as oar, stock and
S .g. ,.,-01003 large and small
S. amply attest. Whether
'*was a last pesoS or a bugs les*t
&ue@ bub Ir a lNtme pM, its
prwbft o b. look

qfl. fWta& AN"ll N.AOws
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Willisto. N. D., ad MN s MbOel Lwv-
erence were nrtie he- yee w
after an aequalatasce ato an hour. Mr.
Stroud mourned the tat that -Worth
Dakota was shy osu "handsome weo.
A friend who had formerly visited
here gave him MSM Levewme's & -,a
dress. He wrote one letter, received
one rOplyP took the first train and
within one hour after his arrival in
Waukesha was married. Miss Lever-
ence Is nineteen years old and has
spent her entire Iie la the city.

means that man amn wife have lived
to a good old ae and consequently
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your Itver
does ts duty M5 days out of 365. The
only way to do this is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbne In the bouse and take
it whenever your liver gvtw %-_--W".
O "cents per bottle. Bold by al drug-

Chicago, July 23.-To have been run
over and to have both legs crushed
by a speeding automobile, lifted into
the ear by the haufeuer, who prom-
ised a crowd f,sagry eitisens to take
his victim to her home, and then to
be abandeeued'ou a loely roadside,
was the experience yaterday of Hul-
do ~oItwedel. a sixteen-year-old school
girl of Hammond.
As a result of her injuries and the
subsequent treatment at the hands of
the chauffeuer, the girl's condition is
so serious that her physicians say she
may die. The Hammond and Chicago
police meanwhile are searching for the

attended by the egestt proved baby
qpmelalist could not be cred or sto-
adh or bowel trouble any quicker r

Will Whittington. who Is now on
Paw Paw Lake, Mich., writes e is
having the time of his life. He says,
"It Is a grand place to spend the sum-
mq, bathing, fishing, dancing and
-- ,Mng, there being several hundred
row boats and launches on the lake.
The Florida Packing & lee Cetpany
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.

Offers its services ar. superior work-
manship in the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced Its sWelalty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of our work c ,n
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W

F-r People KiI by Baoking Train

Colt-"mWMins, July 2.-Four per-
ome were kied yesterday at a rail-
reeFr cssiag in the yards here.
A twessln d trip, in which the four
were sitti, was driven upon the
tramk diteetly behind a freight train
that bed mosed over the crossing. The
train sudduly reversed. and rolled
down sup the buggy before the driver
could gt his vehicle across. The oc-
cupsam of the Ibuy were thrown out
on the tracks sad mangled almost be-
yond reeogeltiom.
Three of the people were strangers
o who had come In on a passenger train.
Thb other was the negro driver of th?-
the merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rhelumatic trouble. t? bottle two,
mouth's treatment. old by druggists
or by maiL Send for testimonials. Dr.
L. W. Hall, 2 Olive Street, St.
IAouis, M

Sam Wilson, colored, was killed
whl~e attempting to board a moving
freight train on the Atlantic Coast
ULine at Phifer's siding, about two
miles east of Rochelle. on Tuesday ev-
Wilson was about thirty years of
age and was supposed to be a gam-
bler, traveling from place to place and
meeting the "pay days" with the
working class of negroes. where he
would generally "take in" what mon-
ey they possessed.
His cards and other gambling para-
phernalia were found only a short dis-
tance from his body and wpre well
covered with blood, some of the same
being In his pockets at the time he
was picked up.-Oailnesville Sun. 22nd.

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 e*-
sellent medicine for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. We regard It as one
to the best family medicines on
earth." It invigorates the vital or-
gans, purifies the blood, aids diges-
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin, pale, weak children
or run-down people It has no equal.
Best fd& female complaints. Only 50c
at all druggists.

New York, July 23.-Max Dick, who
owns a big tenement house over on
Rivington street, has notified his ten-
ants that he will pay $150 to the first
family of eight children in which a
boy s born; $11 to the family of few-
er than eight children In which a boy
is born, and $500 to the family In
Which twins next appear. There are
sixty-eight families in the big build-
Iag, and they have only 199 children.

often receive severe burns putting out
fires, then use Bucklenvs 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.
bols, ulcers felons: best pile cure
made. Relief Is Instant. 25c at all
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Martin. of Haw-
themne, have been visiting Mrs. R. R.
W-ittlngton, sister of Mrs. Martin.
Mr. J. P. Havlrd and family, of Me-
Ihtoeh, who have been spending sev-
eat weeks in South Carolina, have
turned and visited relatives at this
dlace a few days ago.
3. R. Whittington has returned from
Worth Carolina. He reports having
had a fine time visiting relatives and
-ibsee of amusement in Kingston,
Rieblands, Trenton, Jacksonville, N.
C., Goldboro aund Raleigh.
Mr. R. Hunter was seen out driving
with a young lady Bun' iy. What is
going to happen next. Bob
J. P. Lasler will begin sawing again

Mrs. Stevens and son, of this place,.
made a business trip to McIntosh

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Stir oe packg into'a quart of
milked freessit-aboltaelynothiag
else to do-and you have two quarts
of delicious ice cream at a cat of
abomt one cent a dih.
2 p1 a 2 a n% seast e ,
Illustrated Beipe Book Free.
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Offers tPe very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
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openish Garrison is Short of Ammgsmi*-
tien-Mutiny of a Betaliem at

San Sebasian, Spain. July 23.-The
Spanish garrison at Melilla is entirely
surrounded by Moorish rebels. The
ammunition of the beselged is very
low, scarcely sufficient being left to
repulse another charge. General Ma-
ma has ordered every round conserv-
ed. It the tribesmen succeed in rush-
ing the works the wholesale massacre
of men. women and children is expect-
ed. The troops are keeping their bay.
onets fixed in anticipation of close
Riot at Madrid
Madrid, Spain, July 23.-A dose
were injured in a riot here yesterday
because the government persisted In
sending troops to Morocco to quell the
Moorish rebels surrounding the Melil-
la garrison.
Mutiny at Barcelona
Barcelona. July 23.-The popular re-
volt against the Spanish-Moroccan
war reached a climax here yesterday
when an entire batallion of troops on
the point of embarking for Melilla re-
The men were about to march to
the ships which were waiting at the
quay. Suddenly the men fixed their
bayonets and refused to go. The of-
ficers harangued the troops and even
threatened them with arrest, but the
men sullenly held their ground and re-
fused to march.
The officers drew their swords and
ordered the men to begin their march
to the ships. The men replied by
threatening the officers, including the
colonel of the regiment, with their
bayonets. Loyal troops were hastily
summoned and the entire batallion
placed under arrest for mutiny. The
men. disarmed, were marched to bar-
racks. The ringleaders will be severe-
ly punished.

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 -sat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.

Did You Ever
J R dsetobeast&~lttem&t la '
-S--s--- Toeafy me ent o I

National Independence Day was
celebrated by the Martel W. C. T. U.
with an interesting and well rendered
program on the evening of July 7th,
which was as follows:
Song, "America," sung by every-
Devotional, Rev. J. W. l ease..
Loyal Temperance Legion Song, L.
T. L's.
Recitation, Christian Leaders,"
Miss Laura Klemp.
Quartet, "We're Out for Prohibi-
Reading, "The Saloon or American
Liberty, Which," Mr. Allan Porcher.
ISong. "The Home Guard," choir and
1 T.
Recitation, "Counting the Cost,"
Miss Ruby Ray.
Quartet, "Fly Your Banners."
Ad&re ss Personal Liberty." Mr. P.
A. Ausley.
Solo and chorus, "'n the Name of
Christ as King."
Address, Rev. J. W. Nease.
Quartet, "Woman's Cause Shall
Pledge cards were then passed to
the audience and four names were
added to the book, namely: Mrs. W.
H. Byrd. Mrs. Ethel Beek. and Misses
Carrie Barco and Maggie Smith.
Two hundred and fifty pages of lit-
erature were then distributed. This
consisted of: -One Year of Prohibi-
tion In Georgia," by Mrs. Mary Harris
Armour, and the "License bystem":' by
Hon. Seabron Wrtiht.
Announcements were then made and
after singing the "Temperance Dox-
ology." benediction was pronounced
by Rev. Mr. Nease.
All then repaired to the chapel green
for a social hour, where refreshments
were served under the supervision of
Mrs. Molli Smith, social superinten-
dent, and a neat sum realized for the
The Martel W. C. T. U. was organis-
ed in April 197. with 10 charter mem-
hers and has grown since to 35 active
Ind 28 honorary members, making a
total of 62 members of this pnion.
Two years' time has made many
changes and 25 of our members have
moved away. leaving only 38 to re-
spond to roll call.
This union Isto doing a great deal to-
wards educating public sentiment in
favor of prohibition as is well attest-
ed by the large and growing atten-
dance on the monthly meetings and
the number of pledges signed.
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, diarrhoes, dysentery. and
should be taken at first unnatural
looseness of the bowels. It is equally

The r i rath i
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Califo" a Mn swed set e His
SBSy' Tone
Stockton, July t.--eshdents of the
mountains murro adg s aorn are
much enraged over the station of R A.
Uebesher. who, In order to keep his
1-year-old ehild from sucking his
tongue, sewed with a string two but-
tons on the ifants. tongue.
Upon the discovery of the condition
of the child medical attendance was
summoned and the instruments of tor.
ture were removed. The father is In
hiding and a sheriff's force is In search
of him throughout the hills. He is be.
lived to be headed toward Stockton.
The father la believed to be insane.

Thirty Near ee Dispensers Gathered
in by the Poliom
Asheville, N. C., July 23.-The "near
beer" fraternity received a rude shock
yesterday when thirty of Its members
were arrested on warrants sworn out
by three private detectives brought
here and employed by the Law and
Order League of this city. The war-
rants alleged the sale of "real beer"
in twenty cases and the sale of liquor
in the others.
Ella Gingls' Friends in Chiago Will
Ship Her to Ireland
Chicago. July 23.-At a conference
of friends of Ella Gingles. the girl .who
was the center of a sensational trial
here last week, when she asserted that
she had been the victim of alleged
"white slave" trafic, It was decided
to send her back to her home In Ire-
land. The girl will sail from New
York next Wednesday.

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

New York, July 23.-An insurance
policy for $10G.0 on the life of E. H.
Harriman lIas been written by Lloyds.
London, for a New York broker who
has large holdings of Harriman stocks.

If people with a.auptous of kidney
or bladder trouble could realise their
danger they would without loss of
time commence taking Foley's Kidney
Pills. This great remedy stops the
pain 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 symptoms. Sold by
all druggists.


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Seclal attention to mountain parties. Special p---'G"M"7"_-
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*roy war- .OE M el. IMCv Pre-ltmr o - -Ws
i a6 go4odthing about It-they all Service Is the keynote of a bank's rp ty frm W sd
had IMuilister with them when they usefulness-It embraces all else.
Wire d~E." Good- bank service is business tonic. New Orleans, July 23.-Belated re-
It keeps financial matters in a flourish, ports from Isolated places swell the
OMLCNRIST AND THE GLANDERS Ing condition. Each individual who list of dead and the property loss fom
--- deals with the bank contributes a por- the hurricane of Wednesday.
gm --r eprtast i .f.-istiein Furnihl.d tion to the Ingredients that compose, The list of dead in Texas towns are:
by Gover- r otim Se ime this tonic, and receives his share of the! El Campe, I; Palaclos. 4; Wharton.
Sbeneft 1; Kendleton. 1: Ramsey. 1. Fatally
(Tampa Trib se.) Banks help to keep business moving., injured: Palac4os. 21: seriously injur-
They make it easier for men to do bus- ed at Bay City. 1: at Eagle Pass. 1.
Tallahms., July 2-h an iter- ness with one another by furnishing The territory near Bay City was the
view with Governor Albert W. Gilebrist safe and convenient methods hardest hit Half of the town was de-
tatite to his recent trip to New York. Banks expedite business transac- polished and there was great property
the following'Information was elecit- tions, supply accurate means to cus-i loss. Eagle Pass suffered greatly and
id: tomers In financial matters, offer a was almost entirely demolished.
"irom Colonel Scott, superintendent safe place for keeping money. Banks, Five or ten reported drowned at
of West Poiat Academy, the governor keep money in circulation, their sys- Tarpon Pier, were rescued, being pick-
leaed a great deal about slanders. tem makes possible more work for ed up by the yacht Maud, off Red Fish
The mect of glanders and relief bills each dollar. I reef.
grow r out of the killing of animals Bana service is a constant every Thirteen Reported Killed
having ganders has afflicted the legis- day tonic to business. and the tonic; Beaumont Texas, July 22.-It is re-
ature of Florida for a number of years. effects are lasting, they do not wear orted from High Island that thirteen
Col. Seott stated that while in the off. The business of each new day is ppersons three brothers named Aber-
Philippines be had the Mullin treat- helped along by bank service.
meat applied to a number of horses. Among business men. good bar.k nathy. and their families, who left
Whenthe re-action would show gland. service I accepted as a matter of fat are isnd r Sbg. The mules to the wag-
rah, he separated those horses from the Men who are brought face to face in are missing. The mules to the wnea
rest of the horses. A short time aft- actual business with good bank ser- ons of the parties were found drowned
forward the test would be apilled vice for the first time appreciate n searching for the bodies.
l agalc. no re-action following in many once. Warst Ever Known
ease. By this means he found out Our service must be experienc-d to Austin, Te. July 2.Central and
that this test, when applied to horses be appreciated. Austin. Tex. July 23.--entral and
affected with glanders in Its incip- southeast Texas had the worst storm
iency. was a cure for glanders. THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK evtr known last night. At times the
"tn our state." says Governor Gil- winds had a velocity of seventy miles
christ, It would thus appear that many Ocala, Florida an hour. A house was overturned.
hores may have been improperly shot There are no casualties.
on account of this re-action. It thus
appears tiat this treatment would save INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS Do e Op. M o" m outh
the horses, if applied when the gland- I Ike young bird and gulp down what,
the a n gl an Incipient stage. sores In then I have just rec-lved a lot of the ever food or medicine may be offered you
Sglanders shows the sores in the celebrated Halophane glass shades for Or. do you want to know something of the
nowe, there is absolutely no cure for It. electric lights. These shades increase compo.,tion and character of that which
Any me having a cut on his hand. or your light power 75 per cent. Try you take Into your stomach whether as
a sore, is liable to take the glanders them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup- food or medicine?
from an Infected animal. The death ply man. Mc-t Intelligent and sensible people
of a man from glanders is one of the sow-adays Insist on knowing what they
most horrible deaths In the world, and employ whether as food or as medicine.
the e in absolutely no case for a man --- Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect
when affected. It appears, however, right toinsst upon such knowledge. Sohe
'that when the Mullin treatment Is ar- publl-she s,'c* cast and on each bottle,
piled to animals In time.- it is a cure wr ner. bha lnew are made of
for oem. Many horses could be say- ar. e Thi shns #els
ed Nit are now killed." h anbivTshis-hfmo
Staredients orhch his medicines
Thlt Is mere eatarra In this sec- are made are stud and understood the
tion of the country than all other dis- pore willtheir superior curative virtue
eases put together, and until the last DON'T NEED GLASSES eR "- ,--
few ysm was supposed to be Incur- -- For the re of woman peular wk-
able For a great many years doctors Many people do not need glasses but messes, irregularities and derangemets,
proutamced It a local disease and pre- most people do. giving rise to frequent headaches, back-
aribed local remedies, and by con- You may be one of the majority. ache, dragging-down pain or distress it
staf y failing to cure with local There are two ways of finding out lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom-
treatment, pronounced it incurable. One-await for time and disease to paneled, ofttlm-s, with a debilitating
Science has proved catarrh to oe a drive you to it. I pelvic. catarrhal drain and kindred symp-
eesttutiUoal disease and therefore Two-Consult us about it. toms of weakness, Dr. Pierce'i Favorite
request constitutional treatment. We Can Tell You whether or not you Prescription Is a most efficient remedy
Ralrp.e tarrh Cure, manufactured by need them and charge nothing for con- It is equally effective in curing painful
F. J. Cisey & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is sultations. DR. D. M. BONEY. mothers ing strength tonursynte
the only constitutional cure on the Eyesight Specialist. the expectant mother fnr baby's coming
matrkt. It is taken Internally In Ocala. Fla. thus rendering childbirth safe and corn-
doses from 1 drops to a teaspoonful. Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30 raratively painless. The Favorite Pre-
It acts directly on the blood and mu- to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- scriptionI ha most potent strengthening
oes surfaces f the system. They of- oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block. tonic to the general system and to the
organs distinctly feminine in particular.
ter oem hundred dollars for any case It is also a soothing and Invigorating
it taDs to cure. Send for circulars and nervine and cures nervous exhaustion.
testimonlala,. Address: F. J. CHENET a nervous prostrating, neuralgia, hysteria
& CO.,' Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug- spasms. chores or St. Vitus dance, and
, lsts, 7c. Take HaWls Family Pills UI other distressing nervous symptoms at-
fr conatifiaon.o jW g aft a n hdoUM teodant upon functional and organic dis-
wors of the distinctly feminine organs.
,l f Y i A Ban A host of medical authorities of all the
RESPITE FOR OWENS N W- IN w- Jwu j several schools of practice, recommend
R. .I Owens, the white man who each of the several ingredients of which
was to have been hung at Gainesville Bss tkhe "Favorite Prescription" Is made for the
today, secured a little longer lease of Slgna La& f cureof thedlseasesforwhich itisclaimed
to be a cure. You may read what they
life by a writ of error, which his law- say for poa nf by sending a postal card
yer obtained from the supreme court request for a flee booklet of extract
I I i TS 9Fr wT-al from theleadIng anthoritie.% to Dr. R. V
--- T T S Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical IJ.-
Conventions held every Mon- stitute. Buffalo. N Y.,and It will emt W
ADULTERATIONS day evening In Castle Hall, s Ib reoi. ism
over Peyser's store. A cordial
Ud in High Grade Paint cost usually welcome to visiting knights. DON'T LET'S MAKE THE
sein High Grade Pant cost usually Sidney Halle. C. C. SOLDIER A PAUPER
freb thrive to eighteen dollars per Chas. K. Sage. K. of I. and S. OLDIER A PAUPER
lon. Pure Led and Pure Zinc cost
fteM ninety-five to one hundred and Whatever else the present leglsla-
twenty dollars per too. Which is the L 0. 0. F. ture may do. let us hope that t- will
best piaat? 'Tulula Lodge. No. 28 not put the Confederate soldier and the
I O. O. F. meets ev- pauper on a parity.
Da~vief 100 pe a e 0. meets even The man who made a good soldier
Davis' 10 per cent yv y evening has ordinarily made a good citizen. The
Pure Paint" in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothera a- man who was shiftless, shirked hi.
ways welcome. duties and made a poor soldier, has as
*u W. L Colbert, N. G. a rule. made a poor citizen, and is
that is sold under a guarantee of abh- M. M. Little. Secretary. found naturally on the pauper list
solute pority, or the other kind? Will where he belongs-but don't lets mix
you still buy the OTHER KIND. and OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO.41 1. O. R. M. the real soldier up with him.
enrich the manufacturer at your ex- Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30. at Let's separate the soldier list from
reae?,, Tonge's Hall. W. Gray, C. of ILR. the pauper list-Exchange.
Davtle 1 per cent Pure Paint will Articles like the above appearing in
stand the test of the most rigid Pure If you have pains In the back, weak the papers from time to time, sakes
Paint Law, Fbr sale by the Marion back. or any other indications of a us old 'pauper" vet tired, especially
Hardware Co, Oeala, Fla. weakened or disordered condition of when the reverse is true.
the kidneys or bladder, you should get All old soldiers know that it was not
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills the shrewd business man that did the
The pride of the court Pharmacy Is right away when you experience the hard fighting. Generally they were
Its prescription department Pure least sign of kidney or bladder com- sharp and shrewd enough to avoid all
drugs only are used, which are select- plaint, but be sure that you get havy duty. I they did not get to be
ed by men of experience. .... officers. they managed to get on light

- now wat they will do for you and details in the quartermaster's commis-
Delay In commencing treatment for I you will send your name to E. C ry. ordnance or other bomb-proofC
a slight Irregularity that could have DeWitt & Co.. Chicago. you will re- departments. Some of them made tipr
bee. cured quickly by Foley's Kidney ceive a free trial box of these kidney top forage masters. They were known
Remedy builds up the worn out tis- and bladder pills. They are sold here In the army as buttermilk rangers,
sues and strengthens these organs. by all druggists. feather-bed soldiers, etc.
Bold by all druggists. The same shrewd methods that ena-
KENDRICK bled them tq avoid heavy duty in the
"Can be depended upon" is an ex-- army. they carried into their avocations
presslon we all like to hear, and when Mr. Geo. W. Roy, who has been after the war and succeeded in accu-
It Is used In connection with ChLm- spending several weeks at Barnwell. mulating property. Their ability to
berlin's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea S. C.. his old home. combining busl- make money had nothing to do with
Remedy It means that it never falls to ness with pleasure, has returned making them good soldiers. It was
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel home. I not this class of men that built up the
complaints. It Is pleasant to take and Mr. W. V. Chappell, who has been splendid reputation of the Southern
equally valuable for children and In South Carolina. for several weeks soldier as "having no peer or superior
adults. visiting his brothers, returned home a in history.
few days ago. In Florida many of the hard-workng,
A new line of popular priced books Mr. A. B. Halsell, of Griner Parm,
Just In at the Ocala News Co. spent several hours here last Satur-
Miss Grace Rogers, of Sparks. Ga., ET PERR RAN KNOM
tne accomplished sister of Mrs. M. G.
Davis, is spending some time with !
Miss Annie Davis, who has been
spending the summer with her broth-
er, Mr. M. G. Davis, is visiting her
brother at New Smyrna. Her many
friends here hope she will soon re-;
4 turn. She takes an Interest in our
Sunday School and such people are al-
ways appreciated In our community.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nix, who have
been spending several weeks here
with their parents, have returned to
Floral City.
Mr. G. D. Hogan and family at-
tended the barbecue at Fort McCoy : 1 m ado
last Friday.
Mrs. A. A. Olin left for Jacksonville
last Sunday to visit relatives. Mr.
S AdOlin expected to leave In a few days gir l -- l
r__ and they will visit several places in' Hh


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6ff the rbainA of lavr
and becoMe 4 free ana, a home owner. I have mwy b omeseity I .'.' '
smal, medhit priced and large that I at a 0 you cthep forsi .
as cheap o meet bal terms, a mall payment down and Jo st
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hard-fighting old soldiers put all their
savings into orange groves. The freeze
wiped out their labor of years and put
them "naturally on the pauper H t
where they belong." 0 fie, Comrade
Comrade Harris was no doubt a a1.
lant soldier, and left his footprints on
many a hard-fought, bloody battleield
but then-O, well there were others,
and papers publishing such scurry
slanderous articles are doing a major-
ity of the fast disappearing old vet-
erans rank Injustice. At least such
is the humble opinion of
Uncle Ephraim.


Will Meet in Ocala August 1S-1--Em-
braces All Third and Fourth
Class Postmaster-A Big
Meeting Anticipated
The Florida Postmasters' League of
postmasters of the third and fourth
class will meet in Ocala, August 18
and 19. The following call has been
issued by the secretary:
Florida Postmasters of Third and
Fourth Class:
Do not forget the League meeting
at Ocala, August 18-19, 1909. Make
your arrangements now, so that there
will be no hindrances at the last mo-
ment. The first assistant postmaster
general has granted leave of absenee
to all postmasters of third and fourth
class offices in the state of Florida lor
as many days, not exceeding six, to
attend League meeting August 18 and
The situation in Florida is one that
will require careful, but vigorous,
treatment. Begin now to meet the
It we are to accomplish anything,
either for the improvement of the ser-
vice, or our conditions, we must main-
tain our identity as an organisation
of third and fourth class. It is spe-
cially desired that this meeting shall
be attended by all postmasters of the
third and fourth class, and that ev-
ery district be represented, whether
League member or not.
The meeting will be called at 2:30
p. m., at the court house in Ocala,
Wednesday, August 18.
The following subjects will be dis-
"A Postmaster's Duty in League
Work, and How Can We Interest the
Indifferent Postmaster?"
"What Can We Do to Raise the
Standard of the Work Done by Our
Class and Properly Fit Us for Civil
"Recent Department Orders and
Their Improvement of the Service."
"Benefits Derived From the League
to the Service and Postmasteri, Its
Alms and Objects."
"Needed Reform and Best Plans for
Compensation for Fourth Class Of-
"Benefits of Savings Banks."
Let each one come prepared to
take an active part in the meeting.
Florida State League-of Postmasters.

The best pills made are DeWtt's
Little Early Risers, the famous little
liver pills. They are small, gentle,
pleasant, easy to take and act prompt-
ly. They are sold by all druggists.

I have six fine pointer puppies for
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark,
Ocala. Fla. ltdltw

A new seven-room house for rest,
on Daugherty street. Apply to A. G.
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., K. Lo P. meet Monday evening.
- "Mr. Alfred Owen Is on the sick list
.- teodar.
*I eld BErow b80 6 loawted t r"
S -" OUND-An auto lamp. Apply at

ee blook from Oklowu re any c
.1%^ we b l W MOklawIUI 5 or doses Wa will cure any cae
S m for P chills and fever. Price, 25c.

town today.
$ 2 0 0 0 Dr. D. Wilson of Reddlek was in

town today.
T*rm*. Plankrs Chill Th C, guarmazeed to
owe ehls ad fever, 25 ests.
Mr. J. W. Ward of Floral City, is in
the city today.

..A Edwards" meat market will close at
S 3 p. m. on Thursdays.,
SRA NPeoxide Cream, for the complexion.
SEain CO. Lat the Court Pharme--y.
_ _ _Planks Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
-on cure chills and fever. 25 cents.

Two minor cases In the mayor's
T court this morning--5 each.

Sor i does s r will cure any caw
af Chills and fver. Price 26c.

of Central Florida
"., '. ,. Mrs. H. W. Long and her guests
e Vc ame In today from Martel to do some
1 i a B t Bl Wt UIs Wa" soppng.
af'4 A n"w a A new shipment of that famous Al-
-. I pine Flax Just received at the Court
.r-. Ui Wad, U -, W Now Pharmacy.
wE b d A HK hP 4w P Mr. May Pritchett and mother. Mrs.
ftf tj dfi h I M e UVNdA GlUete, and daughter. Miss Cora, of Le-
^ a-:' F d ,. von, were In town today.

S m .- W -.-- '- We have the nicest line of hair
a brushes, combs and other toilet artl-
eles In the city. Tydings & Co.
"',-,. S M-r d -dm bead UI Rosee Violet Talcum is one of the
9- -.I best. 25 cents at the Postoffice Drug-

KNIGH & .A Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those C-inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
K M ,I Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
S. general agents.
WasmUngton e iary Nyars Roach Powder kills 'em
y quick and is non-poixonous. 25 cents
M an- P s tre Atlata Boarding Day Bcoo at the Postoffice Drugstore.
4 i* ye.s e. B arguing deo parentutrietly limited to bwure' .-
m iases vded lato sall sections to seeure peraMal bl. Take one of those bathing carl
flt -i_ -O eighteen special ists. Coaservatery advantages f MU., along with you when going to the lake.
L lbproe.llo Certilbate admits you to Vassar, Wellesley, Raholph- Get them at the court pharmacy.
1 ete. Thirty-aoond year begtns September t, lt. Catalogue e0 sp-.
,l e T -. D. OyOTT EMMA ,. 11S'TT, Ptaloe0s. p Miss Alice Carlisle, after several
S L. DSOOTT. EMMA Ill. SGO1T days of fever, is again at her post in
_ _ __" "_,_ __-"-_ _ _ _ _, _, the county treasurer's office,
1. -' .
---- -- Nyars Roach Powder kills 'em quick
.... .......... ..... .....i...t.............t.. and is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the
Postoffiee Drugstore.
ROL.LINS CO LLEGE Try a box of that sunburn cream.
FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLL O` for sunburn and freckles, at the Court
B Pharmacy.
PINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND 'WDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND B B. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
4. N *USIsES0 handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $A950 per dosen.
Sarategle all and third men's dormitory now completed; electric
abga, steam ano furnace heat; larse faculty; perfect health coadi- The Ocala News Co. are agents for
tUins; is vynmaslnm. athletic lelds. boating, tennis courts, golf lIaks; the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
mhall, football and basketball teams champions of Florida is 10.* can fit you. Give us a trial.
earte a quarter of a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate;
S shlarmships available: Christian but undenominational; stands for The Stars and Stripes which for
"(~~ i~ ^- months have floated over the govern-
SCEi.CIE :':h CU.LT :": CSU3UL ., meant building, have been hauled down.
Fr ta \ePr gsAddress the Presient: We have a most exquisite line of
iy .- _- -- -.- fancy Imported china In many dif-
T e F e a P D.. W l r P k, F& ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
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Capt. E. B. Richardson, formerly of
Ocala, but for a number of years at
Homoesaa, came up this morning to
Crystal River.

There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come In and look it over if
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.

Mr. Nathan Ottensosser. of New
York, son of the old stand-by. L. Ot-
tensoeser, Is visiting friends in Ocala
for a few days.
WANTED-To borrow $00 (six
hundred dollars). Will give mortgage
on city property in Ocala, and pay
good Interest. Want lo.n immediate-
ly. Address Box 787, Jacksonville Fla.
FOR SALE--$300: auto buggy. 40-
Inch wheel, solid rubber tire. 20-horse-
power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather
top;: refitted with new ports. Box 173,
Ocala, Fla. 7-6-6td1tw

Mr. J. J. Williams of the Homosassa
Fish company, came up today to at-
tend to some business for the com-
FOR IOENT-Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping on first floor:
all conveniences. Also one nicely fur.
nished bedroom on second floor, one-
halt block from A C. depot. Apply
24 Oklawaha avenue.

Col. H. M. Hampton came up yes-
terday from Shell Island to spend an
hour in town and attend to business
between trains.
Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief In Poley's Honey and Tar
as it cures stubborn coughs after other
treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles,
Reasnor. Iowa. writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley's Honey and
qPftn 'It b stm had hoha Iwrava a-

Last evening from S to 11 o'clock.
the Baraca class of the Baptist church
gave a beautiful party at the residence
of Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood oa Port
King avenue
The spacious veranda was lighted
by Japanese lanterns, rugs, white
wicker furniture and growing palms
and ferns made a most comfortable
place for a warm evening. From a
daintily appointed table, decorated with
smilax and sprays of white honey-
suckle, Mrs. H. K. Smith served eied
Mrs. S. A. Standley greeted the
young people at the door of the recep-
tion hall and in the library Dr. and
Mrs. Hood and Mr. and Mrs. Gabby
received. The only decorations in this
room were potted ferns and vases of
yellow caunas. which harmonized
beautifully with the soft tones of tan
and green of the walls and the mission
In the music room Mrs. W. A. Going
issued the numbers by which the young
folks found their partners for the uni-
que game of the evening. As the sea-
son is on whpn so many Americans go
abroad, the game was *"A tour or travel
party." Many curios collected by Dr.
Hood in his extensive trips abroad and
to the Orient were used and to make
merriment a number of burlesques
were introduced. These articles were
placed in the music room, reception
hall and library and found according
to number. There were twentyr-fve
representing as many cities and coun-
tries. At the conclusion of the tour,
came the refreshments.
The color scheme in the dining room
was pink. The round polished table
was covered with a handsome cluny
cloth. A cut glass basket of pink
roses on a reflector and the pink shad-
ed candles in crystal stands ade a very
lovely picture. Ice cream and fancy
cakes were served. Mrs. Harry Cole
assisted the hostess.
The Baraea quartet and Miss Eloise
Smoak added greatly to the pleasure
of the evening by their music. Rev.
and Mrs. H. E. Gabby mingled In a
most cordial way with the young peo-
ple. There were about fifty in attend-
ance and all enjoyed the erry even-
The regret was that Mr. John Ed-
wards, teacher of the Baracas, who
was to have been in the receiving
party, was called out of town by urg-
ent business.

Blly Hanway took well with the folks
at the Air Dome last night, causing a
laugh with every move and expression.
He is the best in his line that has been
seen in Ocala. Go out tonight and see
him again in a change of program.
'The Little Shepherd of Tumbling
Run" will be the leading picture sub-
ject tonight. It is fine, and has four
good supporters. Illustrations of Be-
nares, the holy city of India, will be
educational as well as entertaining.


The marksmen of the Ocala Rifles
went out to practice at Fort King yes-
terday afternoon, and although it was
the first time they had used the new
rifles, and the first time some of them
had fired any kind of a gun in months,
they made the following scores: range,
200 yards: score, a possible 265:
Major G. A. Nash, 19; Capt. J. M.
Graham, 10: Lieutenant Joseph Bell,
20: Lieutenant W. C. Dunn, 13: Ser-
geant Knight. 20: Corporal Gates, 8;
Private Carlisle. 13; Private Smith, 19;
Private Woods. 8.
Practice will continue every Thurs-
day and Saturday until time to send a
squad of the five best marksmen to
St. Augustine.

Ten years experience. teferences,
any music teacher in Ocala. any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. IM. Lansfoid. city. 1--tif

Modern cottages, all conveniences,
well located and new. Apply to Jos-
eph Bell, at court house.

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

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

FOR SALE-Protographs of the $7
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.

FOR RENT-My residence recently
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd, No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
Hood. 7-10tf
FOR RENT-Flve-room house near
pumping station. Apply to IL C.
Jones. Ocala Bottlink Works, Ocala,
Fla. 4-25-tf
WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage in
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X., Star office.
When in need of stationery go to a
stationer The Olas News Co. tI the


Robin Hood Sliced Apricots,
No 11-2 15&

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

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



I am prepared to take any job of
painting no matter how large or how
small. or how fne the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. Houses painted insideand out.
Graining, gilding. hard oil finishing.
varnslhing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill g-ranteed
Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocalas Fla. tf

"The Follies of 1907,, made such a hit
in 1907. with the New York Sunday
World Gibson Girl. and other features.
that F. Ziegfeld. Jr.. has perpetuated it
through 1908, and now "The Follies of
1909" is the hit of the summer amuse.
ments in New York. The song hit is,
beyond doubt, "Life Is But a Bubble."
It is sung by Lillian Loraine. and will
be given, words and music complete.
with next Sunday's New York World.
Order in advance from newsdealer.
Little Miss Lucretia Adelaide Hock-
er arrived yesterday at the home of
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. A.
Hocker. If the fairy who brought her
has endowed ber with the beauty, tal-
ents and charm 'bf her mother and the
godmother for whom she Is called, she
will be a very winsome little lady.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges is in Washing-
ton. D. C.. "doing" the city with a
party from her old home in South Car-
olina. Mr. Bridges will join her and
they will go to the mountains of North
Carolina for a months stay.
Mr. A. S. Williams, the prominent
young merchant from Crystal River,.
who has been in the Marion County
Hospital for a week or more, return-
ed to his home this morning.

Yesterday was the blue ribbon day
for fish catching at the Ocala camp on
Shell Island. The party caught 44 fine
sheephead during the day. Several of
the ladies are good fisherwomen and
land good catches. The party has had
more fish than they could use and
share them with the other campers.
Mr. W. L. Jewett, bookkeeper for
the Jack Brown Wholesale Grocery
company, with his daughter. Miss Meta
Jewett, who have been at St. Peters-
burg for several weeks, where Mr.
Jewett has been recuperating, return-
ed home today.
The Guarantee Clothing Store has
received a big shipment of Hannan
shoes and Stetson hats. which are
leaders in style and quality.
Mrs. George Campbell of Chicago.
will visit her daughter, Mrs. Chas. D.
Hulbert in this city. Mrs. Hulbert
went up to Jacksonville today to meet
her mother.

Mr. Robert Connor, wife and child-
ren and Mrs. Jessie Haycraft and Mr.
Ed Freyermuth and family attended
the picnic at Carter's Pond today.
Judge Bullock's family have gone to
Weklwa Springs for the summer and
the judge is taking his meals at the
Arms House.

The preserption department Is the
main stay of any drugst:.ore. Accuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydings C Co.
Mrs. H. T. Martin. Mrs. John R.
Martin's mother, and her granddaugh-
ters. Misses Eugenla Fuller and Annie
Benton Puller, will leave Monday for
Seabreese, to spend a month. Mrs. J.
R. Martin, who is now in the hospital.
is doing well, but can't be moved for
some weeks.

Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite pioud of the
fine stock. Perfumer., powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings A
Rose Violet Talcum Is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postotfflce Drug-

Rev. N. H. Williams. editor of the
Florida Christian Advocate, will oc-
cupy the pulpit at the Methodist
church Sunday morning and evening.
His theme at the evening hour will be
"The Layman's Missionary Movement."
Everyone cordially Invited to attend.
more specially urged to hear this ser-

Tour prescriptions, when left at the.
Court Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us;
we'll call for and deliver your pre-

We have a large swppy ef fire wood,
both pine and oak, freplaee and stove
lengths. Good seasoned wood.


Brow tI the heaK Sofg a t

day. ankhigh as unow
the Aand t Ci tab s M. M l at e.
en ltthi them eaich mms i
TMe em oem sn es anI Of
n mad e being a run -t W- ti ,
D. Dsfd i at0 &hir t me a sao
and the rn s heOt. hi i tia

1n of the 27 e. wih sae & mn--
deep ent doran IM Nm-taa a MI
made arunwith thi s nre a i eeata gol
eaet thet0e n the aw a t eta MW,
sixt two six the seveUth muve oin to
eighth. The last at the mids* was fst
play ceter, whh alloway
brown wastyle and made a *ale ,
12 of the 2 meen who ae4 him sbn
allowing only oe hit. vel s-d
plays wereand when a team of that
deeps hcentere the locals u tay old ta
baown with this bareut the obear Gal.
loway out of a three-omger. GaOO-
way returned the cotanm of the HouIM
in the sxth, whlarien Colee drove t
deep center, which kaloway afede JIM
beautiful style and made a eaMeb play,
retiring the side.
Ocala has a fast team of amateur
players and when a team of that elas
comes here the locals usually held their
own with them, but on the other heal
nearly all the teams of the aWW
towns have salaried men, prolemukal
ball players, and it we expect to beM
our own on the diamond the only t hf'
to do is to sign upp soms en equaly
as good.
To do this takes money, and althomh
reports were current before the Games
ville game that various basetba ea-
thusiasts had offered to pay the ex-
penses attendant to the proeurtog of
several good players, no money was
turned In to the maUagemet for this
purpose.'and hence no players waeg
The Ocala team leaves Sunday light
for Orlando, Sanford and Eustls. Ban.
ford and Orlando both have streak
teams, but the boys from the Brick
City hope to win sbme of these games.
If any one has any suggestions to
make, accompanied by the cash, the
management will be glad to listen to


The members of the Ocala baseball
team will leave Sunday for Orlamnda
where Monday, Tuesday and Wedmes-
day they will contest for supreme
with the champlons-of the Phemeal
City. Thursday and Frlday they wM
cross bats with Eustls, and Saturday
they will return home.

One dose of fresh air
One vaudeville act.
Three reels of moving pictures.
Plenty of good music by Tucker's
Taken nightly at the New Air Dome.
Tonight the latest attraction. Billy
Hanway, black-faced comedian

The Metropolitan Band will give its
regular weekly concert this evening
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"--Baltf
3. Japanese dance and twostep, "Tukl"
Victor G. Kreger.
4. Overture, "Poet and Peasant" (by
request)-Fr. Von Suppe.
5. Indian novelty two-step "Big Chief
Battle Axe"'-T. S. Allen.
6. Selection, "The Monarch"-W. C.
7. March. "The Crisls"-R. B. Hal
8 "American Patrol"-F. W. Meaehaa.
A. E. Gerl&. Director.
Mr. J. R. C. Dunn and two charm-
ing daughters, Misses Ruth and Jea-
nie, are pleasantly located at Due
West, S. C. Lieutenant W. C. Dunan is
making his home at the pleasant resi.
dence of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCly-
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.


Moving Pictures

and Vaudeville

The Rest of Eateraaiam et P1r-
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Notice is hereby gven that W.
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No. 40, dated the 3rd dayet Sm.. A.
D. 190I, has flieS saiM ertiUeto In u o
office, and has ale anpneus mI
tax 4eed to sme la Inaaewmlanem
law. Said oertucato embueaIs the
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1 Ssr 18e. The Im a d l lbelgs
sePsed at the data of the las*aA o(
such certificate the ame atf Woe-
kiwa Naval Storesm Co. &Uesl s a
certificate shall be meslna mr
Ing to law. tax bed wBill sMes thn-
on on the rd day at July. A. D. IS.
Witne my ofcial mgemataur and
seal this the 19th ay ofat Ja, A. D.
190. S. T. MUTrUMNK.
Clerk Crcut Court of Mars Ot. .L


Notice Is here given that e thea
fth day of February, A. D. 116, theo
m-ders-g-m will preset her aessumto
and voudhers to the Ham. Je eph oIL
Judge of probateIna o ta a r Moim
county, at his ofee la Oealm, sa wU
mhke haerl fid settlement a" apply
for final di. .,,'
Ocala, Fla., 21st day of JDly, M.
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ling growth and dwarfed imperfect
ears that the land had not been prop- Best For
early fertilized. The Bowels
Years ago I used to hear a proverb,
"Save at the spigot and let It waste
at the bung hole." Scrimping fertil-
izer surely Illustrates the truth of the CAN0vc. avc
An abundant supply of stable ma-
nure is a great advantage, but h*
sandy lands of the South are u ally
deficient In potash and often In phos- .Ple a._ Palatable. Prent. Tiateg ood. Deee,_
Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. Me. 35e. Se..Ne e
phoric acid, it becomes necessary to mlds balk. The S nias atablet *t mpe Co.
supply the lack by the application of GSRtetl ReedyCo.,Chic oorleY. ga$
commercial fertilizer which is rich in
these ingredients. W. C. STEELE, MAIL 1SALE, TE MILL1U Bg ES
Switzerland. Fla.
is what could truthfully be said of
many children who die. They have COMMERCIAL
worms, poor little things-they don't CO M M ERCIAJ
know It and you don't realize it. If
your child is cross, fretful., pasty PRESSING CLUB
complexioned and loses weight for --
no apparent reason, give it White's, mamI P
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur- -J C. BA-Wi, zrrpriKw
prised at the results and how quickly
jt picks up. Sold by all druggists. No. 6 Ft. King Ave, East. Phone, 144
BIG PROFIT IN WASTE PRODUCTS Work Called for and Delivered Prompt-
ly. All Work Guaranteed. White
The first organized undertaking to Trade Only
promote the general distillation of de-
natured alcohol, outside of what is
called the "whisky trust." has been
Inaugurated in Cleveland.
Within a week a small still will be
set up and placed on exhibition to the
public in a window at 1287 Ontario
street, where the Wood-Wqaste Dis- I receive daily srtpments of chole
tillcries Comjiny- wyl have its head- fresh an. salt waer i o th bfsh
quarter varieties. I handle nothing but fish
"Denatured alcohol is now sealing at and handle them right.
50 cents a gallon in barrel lots," said I \ l .
Carl Von Hartzfelt, metallurgical WM 'T U K R
Chemist of Wheeling. W. Va.. who has Po 219 City Markt_
____ 6 *- .2- - - Phone- 219._ City -Jrke


SWEET CORN was passed by congress some two
years ago.
(Florlda Fruit and Truck Grower.) "It was at first thought that the
In my recent artle on "Beets farmers would begin the ltatilletl
versus a n.o," (In the June -Flor- of denatured alcohol from their waste
IMa P't and Truck Grower) I Products." stated Hartlfelt, "but this
mentioned the fact that Mr. Jen- tax of -8 a year on all still. ielwd-
nings, the dairyman who grew the Ing the smallest, such as they would
beets, had planted on part of the use. discouraged them. and tooey I
land a row of sweet corn between each 'know of no farmer who has attempt-
two rows of beets. I have Just made ed It
another visit to the dairy to see that Meney Out of Waste
crop of corn. I was prepared to see "But even with the $20 tax there is
an extra good crop, yet the yield and money to be made with a small still
quality was a surprise to me. jout of the waste on a farm. out of
There were twenty-three rows of sawdust and shavings, refuse from
corn each three hundred feet long, canning factories, and any vegetable
thus occupying almost exactly one- matter that otherwise would be
half an acre. FProm this patch he has thrown away.
picked and sold, up to the time of my A man could run a 100-gallon still
visit, three hundred dosen ears of on his home premises, even in the city.
ocrn, and estimated that there still re- with sawdust or shavings (which
mained at least one hundred and fifty make no odor) and make money. Ev-
dozen more of marketable corn. The ery sawmill could increase its profits
corn was Mammoth Sugar, and the by having a denatured alcohol still
ears on this patch were of unusual attached. It is a source of profit to
size. I measured some of them after farmers, or even owners of truck
they were husked and the bare ears farms about the city.
when ready for the table were from Out of a 20-acre truck farm the
seven to nine inches long and a full waste would support a 100-gallon still
seven inches in circumference. The at a cost of 8 cents a gallon, with an
quality was excellent, tender and output of 500 barrels a year.
sweet. This corn was selling, at the "Today the best fuel for automo-
time of my visit, at wholesale in biles is composed of half alcohol, half
the Jacksonville market, for twelve gasoline. Automobile works will gladJ
and one-half cents a dozen. I did not ly contract for an output of denatured
Inquire what it had been at the be- alcohol. When it is cheap enough, it
ginning of the season, it was no doubt will be used in the motor boats. It
higher, but if It had all sold at the can be made cheaper than artificial
same price, the half acre had realized gas or gasoline, electricity, or coal, for
$37.50. and- if he sold the other one cooking, besides hming clean and odor-
hundred and fifty dozen at the same less and requiring little labor in Its
rate. the total for the crop would be use.
over $56. The superior size and qual- "Water will put out an alcohol fire.
ity of the corn enabled the grower to where it only spreads an oil fire.
sell It for a good price. although much "At present the principal makers cf
corn was being sold for ten cents a denatured alcohol comprise the so-
dozen, and he said he had known of called "whisky trust' in Peoria. IlL
some being sold as low as six cents a They turned out over 17,000.000 gal-
dozen. As fast as the corn Is gather- Ions last year. Without competition
ed. the stalks, bearing many small or the retail price is kept at about 70
imperfect and some over-ripe ears. are cents a gallon.
cut up at the ground and hauled to Could Use in Home
the barn where they are put through It would pay many to distill It i
a large cutting box. run by a gasoline It would pay many to distill it im-
engine and fed to his cows. They eat ply for home consumption-as fuel.
it up clean and it gives them an for illuminating and for machine
abundant supply of fresh green feed, power.
which adds to the milk yield. and "So far the chemists have not given
later produces a large quantity of rich much attention to the distillation of
fertilizer. The crop will be all off alp alcohol, declared Hartzfelt, "but I
the land clear for another crop ea1ly propose to make it my entire business.
the land clear for another crop early. Ther is no reason why denatured al-
Mr. Jennings business is ri.mung cohol should not be as extensively used
a dairy, and he bends all his energio in this country aq It is in the old
to su.?lying his cows with an abun- country. By promoting the distillation
dance of green or succulent fe .i tOe with the Installations of small stills, I
year round. He is now milking C5 believe we can bring the price to rea-
cows and. of course, has an en,,ormus onable limits and create an Industry
quantity of good stable manure. Many that wll amply reward those engaged
people would think that a liberal ap- In It.-
plication of such manure would be suf- The officers of theCleveland com-
flcient for any crop, without anything pany, which is the first formed for this
additional but Mr. Jennings has purpose in this country, are:
found It profitable to use considerable Carl Von Hartzfelt of Wheeling. W.
found it profitable to use considerable Va., chemihst, president and editor of
commercial fertilizer. The corn crop Wood-Waste Distilleries News, which
I have been describing was grown on ood-ateDillre News which
the beet ground to which had been has Just Issued Itsfirst number: sec-
-pplied In January, before the beet retary. Frank H. Hartzfelt of Wheel-
seed was sown. fine ground bone at Ing; treasurer, C. Burton Bartly., who
the rate of four hundred pounds per is also superintendent of the Bell tele-
acre and high grade sulphate of pot- phone at Pittsburg. edrick .
ash as the rate of two hundred pounds Gerstenberg of Cleveland. is man-
per acre. I have no doubt that this ager.-Edna k. Wooley in Cleveland
application of potash accounts for the (0.) News
excellent quality of the corn.
Mr. Jennings had a number of other A CONTENTED WOMAN
patches of sweet corn of different is always found In 'the same nose
ages coming on, also some field corn with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
and some sorghum, the last being keeps every member of the family free
grown solely for green feed. He from aches and pains, it heals' cuts.
showed me one patch of sweet corn of burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
which he said tha the was ashamed, tism, neuralgia, lumbago and all mus-
but that he got exactly what he de- cular soreness and stiffness. 25c, s0c
served and should have expected a and $1 a bottle. At all druggists.
poor crop. Last fall he dug a crop of
sweet potatoes and then sowed rape BELLEVIEW
on the land. for green feed in winter. --
This spring he had furrows plowed On the 17th a game of ball between
between the rows of rape and planted Oxford and Belleview was played at
sweet corn. without the additicr. of Belleview; score, 13 to 6 In favor of
any more fertilizer. The sweet pota- Belleview.
toes and the rape had so exhaus-e th.e Mr. J. A. Freeman spent the Sab-
fertilizer applied last year tha: the bath in Belleview. He reports the
sweet corn suffered and woull not water at Camp's Dam very high, and
yield a profitable crop. it was a that a white man was drowned. On
striking object lesson, which was m-------
crops on adjoining farms. One had re-
ceived liberal application of stable
manure with the addition of consider- H E
able commercial fertilizer. The sweet
corn in this field was not quite ready
for market, but was sufficiently ad- "Mrftherhadbeenatevfferfremelekheadlebe
vanced to show that there would be forthelsattwr.ty-veyeateaudneverftoaedany
1ellef mM he bc.ia taktng your Caueaets. Since
a large crop of a quality which would he ka begun tL.g ke hu *ae, bal
command the highest market price. In the headaebe. They have entirely eared hlm.
an adjoining field was another crop Cugive do wt ou rviegommeind him noe. |
which showed by its scanty, spind- -M.iDickeon. zl;

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Yarite rrc & n.oa 11uP
the whole sytm d to the eu
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tr. Pec's Favorite PWW.FIncr Miptms the It iudimces
gfatst earthl boomt, uim nquldmental-
as an appetizig cordial .aIM"'s W-ires
tonic. tesoak-f
As a soothing and streng~haig nerv- three a dose. u ~
EvizY WOAouw mgt to Pon=sDr. Piwae'tps V*book, ath k Mwr
Adviser, a a nkctt NMmdI~i 6 bsred hmelh tueks so
chilrnm md thenue,.. It iB &g best docor to Iii, in the jminmsmm ofv~ u
a t oncois er sMat$LD skbt w m wbeSe
21 one-cent stmanapeto pay the cost of umeft a*: -or sewiS SS(r aiop
copy. Addi. the pd~uibe WoM'sDuaw sAsdi

account of the glanders scare he re-
turned by way of Candler, taking his
son Roy with him.
Miss Ida Toney and Miss Hattle
Jackson, who have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Ritter, returned to
Lake City on the 16th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nelson, now vis-
iting Mr. and Mrs. Sands Haviland, at
Marlboro on the Hudson, writes that
her health is much Improved, and that
the weather there is as cool as It Is
here in October. The Havilands will
return to Belleview In the fall
Isaac Nix. who for some weeks has
suffered very much from neuralgia lan
the head, is about well again.-
V. D. Pratt has returned to Belle-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gaskin, of Shady,
spent the Sabbath with Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Freeman.
Mrs. N. C. Goodman, now at Shet-
ter Island, N. Y.; writes that she will
return to Belleview In September. Her
many friends will be glad to have her
do so.
Ben Blackwell was arrested last
Sabbath for jumping on and off trains.
Monday morning he was brought be-
fore Justice Hopkins. who, In consid-
eration of its being his first arrest.
and the first time the law about
boarding trains had been enforced,
dismissed the case with a warning to
him and others that in the next case
the penalty provided by law wopld be
On the 17th George Spencer caught
22 bream in Lake Weir.
Miss Lorena Freeman writes that
she is enjoying her visit In Pittsburg.
Pa., very much, and that our winter
residents, Geo. W. McClure and Earl
Gardner, are welL
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Nott. Miss Edna
Nichols, Isaac Nichols and Mrs. V. D.
Pratt have been camping on Lake
A returning party of merry campers
after four days pleasantly spent at
the old Bullock packing house on
Lake Weir, speak Vaguely of phan-
tom horses, a great mystery and of
tue wonderful powers of the waters of
the lake. Those bathing In the waters
were so completely transformed as to
be hardly recognizable by their
The pleasures of this camping trip
were enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Nott and children, Mrs. Ike Nichols
and daughter. Miss Edna, Mrs. V. D.
Pratt, and Masters Raymond Gale and
Leo Haines, who went down Saturday
afternoon, and Walter Nelson and
John Hart, of Tampg, Rex Nichols.
Fisk Bryant and H. Kennedy of the
S. A. L. went down in parties to visit
the crowd. "The Jolliest time we ever
had," say alL

Get DeWltt's Carbolized Witch Ha-
zel Salve when you ask for It. There
are a great many Imitations, but there
is Just one original This salve Is good
for anything where a salve Is needed
to be used, but Is especially good for
piles. Sold by all druggists.

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$18.70-Monteagle and Sewane, Tent.,
and return. M. W. & M. July 1,
10, 17. 23, 24, 30, August 14., 14. Limit
Sept. 5.
$17.95-Black Mountain, N. C, and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19. 2,.
31, August 2, 9, 1, 21. 25. Limit
Sept. 6.
$104.65-San Francisco, Cal., and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
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31. Stopovers.
$ l9640-Seattle, Pertland, TMoem
Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, New
Westminter and Bellingam and re-
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I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron. Steel. -ram C9ppir. ,
Tin. Lead Rbber,ubberBaggin barrels, Leather. te.: *M
Boilers, Rails. Ete, whether as econd-hanj or uerap and bev
highest price In cash for same. Write or call on me sad let e
what you have and were It Is located.

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is worth. Kodol keps t&e abmek at p.' Tab%.1
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KodMol tma ood digstim n by
ablMtely duplicetig Nature's
aoral proea, In perfeUtly diglst
tag an boad takes n6 "the aom'
WWI Kohl f 4dout tthi, the
stomachIs reuI--ei beconlag
strong and healthy. A strobi nd
healthy stoIach ganmts" a
sound and active brais.
The Mma with a 0"nd stOtMba
-a stomach that is doing for the
body ju twhat Nature Itesed
It to do-is.0v- nwhos aklways
preard for nry eaMrescy. Je
Ii "th witthe t v ood
The manu with a sick stomach, Is
a ans alek an wer. Whea the
stomach Is Irritated by undiested
food, the o ad d heart are d-
Try aeet The d m dhies, us-
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