Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03227
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Plerds State TrApm WW Partiapate
in National Msmeuv 8 NeMx
Year
Miami, July 24.-The nezt encamp-
meat of the Flerida state troops now
knOws as the National OGaud of Flor-
ida, will be he at ClckaMauga. This
iornaMasom was received yesterday
from headquarters by Capt. G. D.
Bresler of thb Miami RiMes.
The National Guards of Florida will
participate the joint maneuvers
which are held manually at the expense
of th general goveITWM t for the
beftelt of the regulars and the na-
tional gard The meesyars to Chick-
amauga tielude the trop. and mte ma-
tional guard of the Department of the
OGmt, uta,.lag several Southern
The advantages to be gained by
itlag Ia the masseavers are ae l,
but perhaps the chief reas* for the
acceptance of the lmvitatom by Gov-
ernor olehrist for the Florida troops
Is the fact that menmey is needed with
which to Improve the camp site at
Black Point, near Jacksonville, sad It
has been decided to divert the appro-
priation for the casual escatmpment
to this purpose.
The expense of the encampment at
Chickamauga will be paid by the fed-
eral government, and the state will be
at no expense whatever with the ex-
eeption of three days spent at Black
Point, when the selection of comps-
nles will be made. Only twelve com-
panies will be allowed to make the
trip, this being the apportionment
There are twenty-one companies in
Florida, and it win be necewary to
have a test of Stness at a brief state
encampment before the companies ase
chosen for the Chickamausa trip.
It has been some years sine the
state troops participated In the ma-
neuvers. In 1904 Florida sent a quota
of its soldier boys to the maneuvers
that were held at Manssas.m This
was a memorable experlenee, whieh
the Florida ad&rdanen will never for-
get.

A HORRIBLE HOLD-UP
"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.
LIucomb of Washington. D. Q J'e
pqgj all khfp o i apd tveat-
Lsmt from several 4doerd, but found
no elp till m e i-ed r. Kpg'Ws New
Discovery and was wholly euree by
six bottles. He is a well man today."
It's quick to relieve and the surest
cure tor weak or sore ~insp, potu'
heep aud eestowS ds Mtms, la
grippe. as a broneial a-
etilom"s. and I. Trial bottle free.
quaranteod by all druggists.

VA ^IYICHg4 A S4&TMAN
Neire Frightened Two LadWes and ws
Promptly Strung Up
Jastoman, oy, July 5.--Kins Grena.
a Mees. was lynched by a mob of a
hundred and seventy-five men at Gum
Branch yesterday. The Misses Nichol-
son, daughters of 5am Nicholson, one
of Bastmans prominent citlsens, while
four miles out from Eastman, were
met it the road by the negro, who
caught their horse by the bridal and
told them to get out as It was his
horse and he Intended to have it.
The young women whippe4d up h14;r
ho gp an t 0 C $9 Sq Way, but'tbe
pegf* he.i to the hoerse until frighten-
ed. away by their screams.
Dogs from the county convict camp
wtre paced on the negro's trail aa~
after a run of several horg L. w
epture4.

A QOLDEIN WEOPIMN
means that pwa anq we have \ve (
to a good pl g and pamwequenutly
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your liver
does Its duty 15 days out of I5, Tihe
only way to do this Is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbine In the house and take
it whenever your liver gets Inactive.
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists.
BLACK HANg IRES E IA.li6
Ao Leng as You Carry One in Your
Army, Yes Are Safe
Chicago, July 24.-Inside workitgs
of the Black Hand murderers were
told yesterday Ina loni .e p3n hie
Tony Bp i a yuuni itallaa, who ad-
mitt$d stiang Gleppe WelipeUL a


grocer who had refused the demand
of the society for money.
The Black Hand band numbered sit
five of whom are In cntpoy, .ey
waited four paotihe Spy a. opportau-
w t, .ci PW ltpeill, but were unable
to catch him when be was not carry-
ag hs baby In his arms, it being part
of their code not to murder a man cr.-
rying a hIlq "
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4 W MANS APftAL
To all knowing suferers of rheuma-
tisu. whether mussculq or of the
jolatt sdataal. lumbages, backache.
pains in the kidnes or neuralgi
pains. to write to her for a home treat-
meat which has repeatedly cured all
of these tortures. She feel it hw duty
to sen4 4S'A aQ 411 reo s FPH YE. ou
p* ymOraWit att ei as thousands
will testify-no change o( climate be-
nlag necessary. This simple discovery
vanishes uric add from the blood,
loosens the stiffned Joats, purlfet.
the biqd, and blighten the 'yw, giv-
apW elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above Interests you,
t.: proof address Mrs. M Summers.


DR. ELLIOTT DOOMED


PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS
Hnded of orphans hae Life Assurance Society
helped by the president of the Indus-
trial 044d inna's Home at Macon.
Oa, who writes: "We have used VI iTe UIM ISt
Blectrie Bitters in this institution for
aine years. It has proved a most ex-
cellent medicine for.-stomach, liver and "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"
kidney troubles. We ea*ard It as one
of the tlet family medicines on MI9S FLORIDA CONDON,
&rth." It Invigorates the vital or- Resden.
sans, puries the blood, aids digest, Resdent Agent
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen .
and build up thin. pale. weak children
pI mnedown people it has no equal.
Best for female complaints. Only 50c
at an druggists.

CIVIL WAR IN SPAIN I
Is Ulely to Result in Consequence of I C
the Trouble with Morocco
Madrid. July 24.-Spain in on the
verge of a civil war. King Alfonso is
posting teops at strategic points to BeS+ uta lrtv
quell the incipient revolution. Despite
the news censorship It is known that D. a.. .
several hundred of the Spanish troops r SerAvic
were killed in the battles with the
Mars and many Spanish guns were Lowflt Prtm
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lem ssSetene is Comamuted
Macon. Ga.., July 24.-Dr. J. M. El-
IUott. of Macon, who shot and killed 4 Story of Love and Advwtuw aO the
L L Rivers at LaGrange several Little Known Coast of *ath-
weeks ago, has been re-sentenced by
Judge W. R. Freeman, his appeal to western America
the supreme court having been over- ---
ruled, and will expiate his offense (By Lou Tracy)
against the laws of the commonwealth Tracy.)
oa the gallows at LaGrange Friday.
August 13, unless a commutation of CHAPTER XIX.
sentence is allowed by the pardon HE events of the next hour
-. were shadowy as the dawn to
ACT QUICKLY ELsle. She knew that her lor-
If yro have a sudden chill-If Vou er jl ed men In.e.. ..t the
have colic. cramp or diarrhoea--don't ean ... taht the lieboat)Itself was
wait a minute. Take a teaspoonful crowded and that It it-gan the seaward
of Perry Davis' Painkiller In half a journey after the others hlud started.
glass of hot water or milk. You'll be They sled out of the twilight into
on the read to quick recovery. Have tie morning glory of the open bay. and
this tried remedy on hand for imme- never a savage hoot disturbed the ech-
diat ase. Being prepared is half the ves. Some of the Alaculofs' hadl drag-
battle. New sise 35c., also in 50c. size. god a couple of canoes frwa beneath
- the trees and raced off toward the vil-
BELIEVES HE I1 A MARTYR large. others had followed a toast path
S" --" known only to them. while If there
Iandon, July 24.-Madahlal Dhin; were watchers by the side of that
agr, an Indian student. who killed re watchers the side of that
Ilent-Col. Sir William Hutton Curzon wystewirousriver which lowed botl
Wylie and Dr. Cawas Lalcaca, waways with the tide they kpt a "leat
found guilty yesterday and sentenced vigil, awed by the fo** arrayed
to death,. The trial occupied less than against them.
one hour. In receiving sentence the As the lifebtit emerged lnte tht esta.
prisoner drew himself up in military ary under the vigorous sweep of sI
style and saluted the court. He said ash blades Elsie's wondering glance
be was willing to lay down his life rested on the brown pluawmees of a
for his country and was proud to die. girl who was gazulg at Sares with
O- wistful. glisteninug eyes. much as Joey
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES qas ro::arding his masterr.
Allan's oot-Easea powder. Re- Couri nay caught the happy little
levels pinl, smarting, nervous feetsighhal laugh. hal b. w which
and ingrowing nails, and instantly sle annoonee her discovery of t h
takes the sting out of corns and bun- dyl In t e ca0oe.
ions. WIs the greatest comfort dia- We owe a lot to that ya1g p9W
cover of the age. Allan's Foot-Base --- -.-- -
makes tight or new shoes feel easy.
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal-
los, swolle", tired, achng feet. TryMwe
it today. Sold by all dr6glata and
shoe stores. By mail for 25c In
stamns. Don't accept any substitute. -, ... a n
Trial packages free. Address Allen .Sfar. Fruit -d theoak
S. Olmsted. Leroy, N. T. 3 "TUAT'S AIL"
PEACE CONFERENCE A FAILURE
Washington. July 24.-The White These liciJt9 rcan c e
House dinner and conference at which ha ..- m
tariff 'conferees stand the president. .0
closest advisers were potigt to.-
gether in gi *lort to settle differ-
OpWes regarding the tarlfft-blll. ended .-
with the disputes over raw- materials Lr P h
no nearer adjustment than they were -
before the dinner invitations were il- -' ..-
sueM. Only one question was Aeks.
mined beyong appeicv iop that was u 1 I s Itt|
that thte in4nt I have to settle K A I '
toeWr We derences, U . BLANCHARD.

!F YOU KNEW CONTRCTOR AND BUILDER
tbh- merits of the Texas Wonder, you
wod nTve ,sumer from kidney. bad- PLANS PFUNISHW P
der of rteumatle trouble. ', bottle two ~N APPLICATION
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonjam. i. P. 0. Box 46. QCALA, ]A.
E. W. Hall, Mt96 OWve Street. St. -
Lous, 1
MAYAS ON THE WARPATH Montezuma Barbershop
Six Mexiean Soldiers Killed and a -
Number of Women and Children In Conneetion With the Hotel Oice
Massacred
Mexico City, July 24.-Stealing into Skilled workmen and courteous at-
the village of San Jose, state of Yu- tention to all. hpbial attention to
catan, a number of Maya Indians. who heildre;.
have been terrifying the distrie for --
months, massacre several women and ELECTRIC MASSAGE
children In the village while the men HOT AND COrn WAT R
were at work In the fields. In the
fight that followed between the men
and the Indians, a number of tht l R. A. DETTERICH, PKMrior
lagers were wounded, it.eording to re-
port; ieqey,ed here. --
The men, returning to their homes.
found wives, babies and other lve TUHE fl iElPR IAl
ons dead or dying, and Ih many aU w- WW|e|Mds eIek
cases, It is reported, t~ae bodies were .... .
horvibly mnultllated. BARB E UaMn
The attack on the village of ten aARinII SHO
Jose occurred prior to the battle be. --- .
tween Maya Indians and a detachment Opens Into the LobbL, cf the Ocaa
of the seventeenth Infantry at Ocum.
the same province, where the soldiers House.
were ambushed and six were killed Offers t ry best service of
and seven wounded. kIll workmen with modern ap-
While reinforements are lances. Strictly sltary. Electric
rushed to the soldiers, wb b-e-n ?ans. e tric mssageUrys lec
repulsed bv & Md(anv. but are still fans. elecrc massagea.
in pursuit, the forces are being great- Hot Running Water it An Times
ly augmented by volunteers in the
district, who are bert on exterminat- VINCE'T t. DEITERiCH. Manager
lag the band of Indians, which ha ---
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MAY BE.RULED : "
Vy THE MINORITY MA4S PRANK -
A Very Slim Chume that tlh ImesT tlm:
Tax Ammndmmnt Will be AdepedT
Washington. July 24.-That there
will never be an lancome tax If It Is ne.
cessary to wait for three-fourths of the
state legislatures to ratify the pro- f ft -" S 10 l ''- -
posed amendment to the consttution.-
is the conviction of senators and other
students of politics and economies In
the national capitol
Friends of a genuine Income tax re- '
alise that the proposed amendment of
the constitution was but a part of the .
conspiracy devised by Aldrich and
others to defeat the Income tax. It will
be recalled that no less a legal author- "
ity than President Roosevelt himself TO Wearers of God Clthes.:
was the first to express the opinion
that It wouldn't be necessary, If es- iS is to infOm yu. i
sible, to amend the constitution; that
he believed the supreme court would fall season bgins I w1il 2 avi
uphold an income tax if given another class tailoring departed t -OrA t
opportunity.
In response to the overwhelming de-Ny prie on ta loed o1" -
ma.nd for an Income tax. Senator Ald- yprie oalored1
rich handed the people a "gold brick" the past, be the very lowest--qmtfiB
in the form of an opportunity to amend ad workmanship eonsdered. I shall l
the constitution. Under the constitu-
tional puovislon for an amendment. It On hand a niOe assortment of w oolenp l 'i
Is possible for 4 per cent of the voters so that oan take bare 'of ush rz .
to nullify the will of the other 99 per
cent. Twelve states are sufficient to thing is in shape I will be in -pos0 .tm-.,
defeat an amendment. Out a f M S ithi -
Here are the states that will likely out r of pants withn fi ve how*
do it: .Maine. New Hampshire. Ver- ing the measure Ad &a suit in thb ee d
month, Massachusetts. Delaware. Con- yOr will have ,the Opportunity to t.g 4e "
necticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvani&a. .
New Jersey, Michigan. California and yOU want Just when you WANT.- it, and at .
Louisiana. able figure.
The California legislature is dom- '
Inated by the Southern Pacific raI wil however, continue r
road. ._H. Harriman. who controlsIw l h e e ontime .r
the Southern Pacific republican ma- or two of the leading tailoring houses .'t
chineinn Califoia h a suffently country. This I do In order to keep right it
large income to make him hostile to an
income tax. and his Wall street friends with the very latest in tailoring. ,
would be hostile to an income tax for si
the same reason. I will also handle a first -olas-
Louislana would probably refuse to
ratify, fearing as a possible reaction a ready-fEde garments for men in fin u ie
reduction in the tariff on sugar. ready suits and trousers.
The New England states are bitter-
,antagonistic to an income tax for I Want o I'pr Se -Onyo this fac -
concentrated In these states, and If at any time after you have bought&a asi lt r '
wealth would be taxed undev the pro- it doe not. give Satisf etion.I stand redtr
posed legislation. The more Import- ..-d e .,i .... .....stn
ant reason is that New England fears to make it satisfactory, even though it may m ev<
that if new revenue is raised fromsthe the MAKING of a new garment. I an here to e.
rich the tax on things manufactured
In New England would be reduced." that you are treated right.
Lower tariff rates on manufactured
articles would force the tariff trusts will keep re red, d
to compete to a moderate extent with I-w.llkeep.repaire ,eal
forgnmanufacturers, thus damaging the clothes you buy of me, free df charge. tUh* ."
their monopoly on American markets work will be done with an Electric Vacuum4 0Cla t :
and making it impossible for them to which draws out the dirt instead of -rbbing t. "
The prospect of amending the con-
stitution to pave the way for an in- Soliciting your patronage, afd Ba rag
come tax may be appreciated when It yOU that everything will be as represented, I A'
is understood that over 2.000 futile at-
tempts have been made in that direc-
tion, while only fifteen have been suc- Yours for square dealing,
cesMful in the history of the nation.
So great a jurist as Chief Justice
Marshall conceded that the majorities. .
required to change the constitution are
too high. "The machine Is unwieldy -
and cumbrous," are his exact words.
When the ratification of the consti-
tution was befo-e the patriots. Patrick '
Henry refused to vote for ratification. .- "" -: I
for he saw that once it had been pass- ...
ed there was practically no way to
change it. .
DISAPPOINTED THE DEVIL '
"Can be depended upon" is an ex- i .st^I
pression we all like to hear, and when A large number of people gathered I"
it is used in connection with Cham- in GaOnesville Friday to witness the 4.
berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea execution of R. H. Owens, who was to
SRenfedy it means that It never falls to expiate on the ,gallows the murder of ".
Secure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel R. L. Smith, at Jonesvllle some months
complaints. It is pleasant to take and ago, and some of them were much dis-
equally valuable for children and appointed to find that his attorneys ""
adults. had obtained a respite for him. Owens
appeared Indifferent when Informed .. ,
A new line of popular priced books that his life was spared, and was said MA 1o d tifd Wat 'n" c" h "''
Just in at the Oeala News Co. to have remarked that he expected to q r R -- cy m b e ''" : '"'Uf
eat his dinner in hell but guessed he O y .
''.would have to take it with Sheriff WaM"..1 "De viv ^0 .r a hr adM. i"n .-w
Ramsey. Owen's wife has stuck to w wi n M - :":-^ J J .
him through thick and thin, and says f, dte i s alES m .. -' "'
1 9 If he dies on the gallows she wants to + .
17 ^die with him. W t c t a gg s f/ ;
| A CONTENTED WOMAN '
I Is always found In me same nue
with Ballarl's Snow Liniment It |
keeps every member of the family fre t
from aches and pains, It heals eats,. E f L PK & 1
burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
| tism, neuralgia, lumbago and all mnss-
G S A Icular soreness and stffness. 25c, e I W -
and $1 a bottle. At all druggists. ..


SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE ---..,,. ,, ;-- .T.Tt t rt 1i 1.
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A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY COLLEGE, ACADEMY AND SCHOOL
specialist could not be cured or tom- FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND DUSTIALA A
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby If you give It Carnegle Hall and third meeWs d4.ltey mnow complete d; l
iMcGees Baby Elixir. Cures diarr- lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect heaieb el -
hoea. dysentery and all derangements tons; ine gymnasium, athletic lelda, boatta teonas ._ise l,ui
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25 baseball, football and basketball! tesm ehaipou s of e
cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drag- Nearly a quarter of a million dollars eadowmet; epene m '
gists. scholarships available; Christian but *deoatmlat : son M*al".
The pride of the Coun Pharinay Is C MARA .. .4
Its prescription department Pure
drugs only are used, which are select- r Categ- Aidres the Pr M0sl
ed by men of experience. 1
~1.115p~ ~SHEA'S HEAVY SENTENCE F r
Labor Leader Will pen425 Years *"n> inn
Prison for an Assault an -- -
a WWone
New York. July 24.-C-ornellus P. Washington Seminary
Shea. former president of the Internas-
tional Union, who led the teamsters' North Ave. and Pashtoe S, Atlafta -Ga. BeeSL -aa4 DyIgIMaP .* .-.
Chicago strike recently, was sentenced girls and young ladies. Boarding do partmunt strictly limited -- M" ,t .t
yesterday to 25 years In Sing Sing for fned home life. Classes divided Into small sectm" aM s" m6mu l .*.. ..
assault with In tent to murder Alice struction. Faculty of eighteen special ists. Coa4srvatery a ma l,
Walsh. with whom he had been living. Is. ArtRxapreolom. Certificate admits you to Vassr, Wi. --.
He stabbed her 27 times. In sentencing Macon, etc. Thirty-second year begins k ptembe I --. s i p .
Shea. Judge PFster said: "Such brutes plation. L. D. SCOTT. EMMA & SQOTT, -. .-
to sold at are a menace to organimt labor In-
t w o ld at stead of an assistance. Men like you ,,
bring disgrace to honest workmen and
are a menace to the community." N
If people with syuptonms of kidney i .
or bladder trouble could realize their
danger they would without loss of
time commence taking Foley's Kidney
Pills. This great remedy stops thge egeI -
pain and the irregularities, strength- OI fIO
ens and builds up these organs and '.. _


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P. 0. Box No. 652


THE NEW OPERA HOUSE ILLY FOOLED THE 800-
o ** * *The new opera houoe ts asured. The His Make-Up as 8o ii a Gat 1t-
stock subscription list was placed with Took Misoo Hmf r
Mr. A. E. Gerig at the Muaroe & i
K. of P. meet monday evening. Chambliss Bank Thursday and several
have called and paid for their stock. Billy Hanway, the clever baek.-aoed
FOUND-An auto lamp. Apply at Mr. Gerig has an official receipt which comedian now playing at the Air Dom~
this oaf m he issues to those paying their mfdey unwittingly played a joke on Mr. H. W.
and the bonds will be issued to the Tucker, proprietor of the theater, yes-
Mr. C. W. Cantrell of Pittsburg is subscribers as soon as they are en- terday.
a gest of the Oeala House. graved and the entire amount of the Billy went to Jullette. on the after-
Individual subscription has been paid. noon train intending to view the beau-
5 or doses W wim cure any case Dr. C. R. Tydings and Mr. RIL onge ties of Blue Springs and retm a the
at chills and frver. rice. 2Sc. were the first two to call and pay their evening train In time for supper aad
subscriptions. Ocala can rest assured the performance. But )esterd y was
Mr. L. C. Means, Jr. of Dunnellon, that the handsome new opera house one of the few evenings in which that
is a guest of the Montezumna. will be completed by the opening of the gigantic railroad man. W. HL MeD-
theatrical season. Don't wait; call at vaine. failed to push his train in on
Major L. T. slar has returned from a the bank and pay your subserption. time and when the minute for Blly's
business trip to Gainesville. appearance on the stage approached,
MR. CARN'b ePRTILIZER FACTORY the train was Just pulling up the grade
Ptsak's Chm To' e, guaranteed to i -- into the city.
ewe chills ad-fever. 26 cents. Mr. W. D. Cam has practically sold Billy. meanwhile, was exceedingly
all of the stock of the Ocala Fertillser anxious. He almost wore his watch out
Mr. L. L& Brown and wife of Wau- Factory and this new enterprise is now looking at it. but that brought Ocala
chula, are guests of the Montezuma. fully assured. The company will be no nearer. He offered to get out and
chartered for $20,000, but probably help push the train, but "Mac" looked
There were 21 arrivals at the Ocala only half of the stock will be sold Just at him in a tone of voice that would
House yesterday. now, as it is said this will be ample have paralysed Goliath of Gath. He
capital to put up the factory. The fer- gave up all idea of supper, and only
There were 30 arrivals at the Mon- tilizer factory will pay from the start put up his prayers to Thespis to arrive
tezuma yesterday. and will be another manufacturing en- in time to do his stunt on the stage.
terprise for Ocala. The location has Just this side of Martel., when the
Miss Pauline Peace has returned not been definitely settled on, but will train was hitting 'em up at a seven-
from her visit to Sutherland. be selected in a few days at a meet- mile-an-hour gait, it occurred to Billy
ing of the organizers. Several good he would save a few minutes by mak-
Mr. 8. J. Brown of Atlanta is a guest sites on transportation have been op- lag up on the train. He had a box of
of the Ocala House. tioned and the most convenient of paints in his pocket and soon changed
these will be chosen. The organiza- his face so skillfully that "Mac" booted
Mr. J. K. Coogler of Brooksville, is tlon will be perfected and the charter him into the second-class car.
at the Montezuma. applied for in a few days. and as soon Nor was this all. "-Tuck." mean-
thereafter as possible work on the while in Ocala. was also in a state of
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion, factory will begin. Ocala and Marion mind. He listened and looked for the
at the Court Pharma-y. county planters can rest assured that train until his eyes and ears had a
before another season opens they can "crick" in them, and teased Frank
Mr. Clifford Anderson of Holder wa.s buy their fertilizer from a home comrn Huber until that always patient in-
In town today. pany. dividual had a near-fiet
... . When the train backed In Tuck
Mr. W. R. Callaway of New York is made a Jump for it and went through
registered at the Ocala House. The ian Whal AB the coaches like a prodigal son through
his money, but there was no Billy.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to True, he saw a medium-sized coon in
mUre chills and fever. 25 cents. clothes like Billy's jump off and scoot
up the street, but it never occurred to
Miss Maggie Lytle returned home to -him that the Afro-American was not
Stanton today genuine.
Robin Hood Sliced Apricots, Billy had the presence of mind not
Mr. E. Renald of Orlando is at 1to go to the front door of the Air
the Ocala House. NO. 1 1- 150. Dome, but went around back and
---_. climbed the fence Into his dressing
or S doem -W will cure any case Robin Hood Sliced Peaches, room. put on his roof garden hat and
of Chills and Fever.Price 1 1 directory pants and bounced out on the
S nd Pic 1 1-2 150. stage only half a minute late. And
Mr. R. A. Willis of Greenwood is a when "Tuck." with his hat in his hand
guest of the Ocala House. No. 1 Breakfast Herring Roe, and an apology In his mouth, came in
1at the front door and saw Billy on the
Mr. E. A. White of St. Petersburg. c 3 for 25c. stage, he sat down on a bench and
Is at the Montezuma. hung hia hat on his west eye-it stuck
out that far.
Mr. C. E. Hood of Dunnellon Is at h A P O
the Montezuma. JWHIST CLUB ENTERTAINED
GROCERY BY MISS SYLVESTER
Another shipment of hard water GROCERY BY MIS SYVETE
soap Just In at the Postofflee Drug- Miss Leafy Sylvester entertained the
store. -- Young Ladies' Bridge Whist Club at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon. This was
Mr. W. T. Williford of Newberry, MR. GOTTLIEB'S NEW BUSINESS an especially enjoyable meeting as it
formerly of Martel, is at the Monte- was the first they have had for sev-.
zuma hotel. Mr. N. I. Gottlieb, the photographer eral weeks and is the last meeting oft
and one of the best in the country, has the season.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville, decided to practically give up his pro- The game was entered into with
will sell any make of second-hand session of a life time and enter a new ch spirit and resulted favorably for
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired. field. He has a contract with the Fra- Mrs. Culbreath, who was given a very
to rnal Unign of America. said to be dainty'pair of gold beauty pins.
Dr. A. R. Toph has again gone to the best fraternal insurances orders After the game iss Sylvester as-
White Springs, where he was so much in the United States, as state agent or sisted by Mrs. S. W. Ellis.. Misses Bit-
benefited on a recent visit, manager and will shortly take up the tinger and Norwood, served delicious
work. Mr. Gottlieb can make a fine refreshments, consisting of salmon
A new shipment of that famous Al- salary out of the contract and will be salad. wafers, sandwiches and olives.
pine Flax Just received at the Court in the oeop, air very much more than The club members present besides the
Pharmacy. at lre.Cset. which his health demands. hostess were:
He will travel all over the state, es- Mrs. Chas. E. Culbreath. Mrs. Ber-
Mr. W.. Lowry proprietor of the tablishing lodges recruiting run down nard Seligman. Misses Eloise miller,
Rendevouz at Homosassa, is a guest lodgs and appointing sub-agents. Edna Dozier and Lucile Standley. The
of the Montezuma. For the present until he can sell his visitors were: Misses Emily Stotes-
of Montuma. business or find a suitable man to run bury. Grace HatChell. Laura Norwood.
We hav3 the incest line of hair the studio will be closed when Mr. Adele Bittinger and Mrs. S. W. Ellis.
brushes, combs and ether toilet arti- Gottlieb is out of the ty. Miss Sylvester is a charming hostess
ales in the city. Tydings & Co. and the meeting with her yesterday
There is no better stock of fine afternoon was very pleasant.
Mr. Roy Geiger. son of the late Rev. writing papers in the city than we ---
L. D. Geiger, is in the city represent- carry. Come in and lool it over if ROOMS FOR RENT
ing Columbia College. you want something reAlly nice. Ty- ---
dings & "a. Elegant furnished rooms tfor rent at
Roece Violet Talcum is one of the the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
best. 25 cents at the Postofflce Drug- Many people with chronle throat Jones.
store. and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar COTTAGE AT OKLAWAHA
Three cents will fan you for ten as it cures stubbon coughsafter oth Cttage at North Lae. Oklawaha,
hours. Get one of those .-inch Ws- treatment has failed. :L. M. Rules, for rent Apply to H. C. Jones.
tinghousa fans from H. W. Tucker. Reasnor, Iowa, writes: The doctors
said I had consumption, and I got no
Have you seen the new visible y better until I took Foley's Honey and The prescription department is the
Sole typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co., Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy
gnerl ypent?. pain in my lungs and they are now as reliability, promptness and pure drugs
general agents. sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug- have made this department of our
Nyas Roach Powder kills 'em gists, business one of the largest in the
quick and ls non-podsonous 25 cents country. Send us your prescriptions.
quika nd is ns FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms Tydings Co.
at the Postofflce Drugstore. for light housekeeping on first floor;


all conveniences. Also one nicely fur- Mr. George Cummings of Candler,
Take one of those bathing car3 nished bedroom on second floor, one- has bought a small farm out on the
along with you when going to the lake. half block from A. C. I depot. Apply Blitchton road a short distance from
Get them at the court pharmacy. 34 Oklawaha avenue, this city and has moved to Ocala.
Nyal's Roach Pow4er kills 'em quick Foley's Honey and Tar not only Mr. J. J. Fort returned yesterday
and Is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the stops chronic coughs that weaken the from a business trip to Lakeland and
Postoffice Drugstore. constitution and develop in conaump- went up to Gainesville this afternoon.
Try a box of that r burnn cream, tion, but heals and strengthens the where his brother. Mr. E. P. Fort. is
for sunburn and freckle.-, at the Court lungs. It affords comfort and relief In buying a tailoring business.
fpormac. sthe worst cases of chronic bronchitis.
Pharmacy. asthma, hay fever and lung trouble. Mr. Troy Hall. who has practically
o Sld by all druggists. finished a law course at college. is in
The Ocala News Co. aire agents for the city and will remain unit fall,
the celebrated Hawker glasses. We FOR SALE-$300: auto buggy. 40- when he will return to college to take
can fit you. Give us a trial. inch wheel, solid rubber tire. 20-horse- the final examinations and will then
Rbse Violet Talcum is one of the power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather take the examinations before the Flor-
bes 25V c ts ma it Ptoe o top: refitted with new parts. Box 473. ida Bar Association. Hr. Hall will lo-
best. 5 cents at the ostoffOcala, Fla. 7-6-6tdltw cate in Ocala to practice his profes-
store sion. Mr. Hall Is the eldest son of
Mrs. Robert Taylor and two daugh- Major T. C. Hall of this city and
When In need of stationery go to a tears, are visiting Mrs. John D. Robert- Gainesville. Ga., and comes of a brainy
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the son for a few days. The entire fai- family and we are confident he will
only stationery store In Ocala. ily wish to return to Ocala to live. succeed in his chosen field.
WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage in Mrs. Adam Eichelberger and daugh-
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X. ter. Lillian. who have been in the city.
X., Star office. guests of Mrs. Haisley since the fun-
eral of Col. Adam lechelberger, re-
Mrs. May Bingham, of the Star's job 'wruiarS ? 4 turned to Atlanta today.
department, leaves tonight for her
home at Eagle Lake, to spend two Mr. Tex Martin has returned from a
weeks. business trip to Jacksonville. Mr.
Martin met two re resentatives from


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We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
Messrs. D. E. Mclver, George Mac-
Kay and Barney Spencer went down
to the lake this afternoon to spend
Sunday wit their families.
FOR RENT-My residence recently
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd. No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
Hood. -7-1otf V'.- D--J- L.


northern houses from whom he buys i
heavily of holiday goods and bought1
his line from them. They had an Im-
mense line of samples on display.
If you have pains In the back, weak
back, or any other indications of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder, you should get
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
right away when you experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder com-
plaint, but be sure that you get De-
. Ala. witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We


ANOTHER CAR OF MACHINES
The Ocala Gas Engine Works receiv-
ed another carload of Buick automo-
biles this morning. One of them is a
powerful white ear, one of the small
runabout models vita a 30-horse pow-
er four-cylinder engine, for Mr. Vd
Carmichael. One is a 20-horsepower
red touring car and he other is a 11-
horsepower white touring car with a
small rear double seat. Mr. Spencer
would not tell the reporter who the
last two were for.
A CARLOAD OF FINE FURNITURE
Messrs. Theus & Zachry have bought
a carload of the finest furniture they
have ever handled and they say It is
the finest that has ever been bought
for this market. The car will be *hip-
ped early in September for the faB
trade.
A MODEL STORE
Mr. Joe Malever la making a model
clothing.'furnishthgs an4 tailoring es-
tablishment of his business. The recent
addition of the next store room con-
nected by an arch. which will be used
as a tailoring and pressing depart-
ment was a fine stroke of business
The store is being furnished and stock-,
ed as fast as possible.
Rev. N. H. Williams, editor of the
Florida Christian Advocate, wmil 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.
Men especially urged to hear this ser-
mon.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumer, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings A-
Company.


Mr. J. R, Blackiston returned
terday from Citronelle. where he
to see his former fine stallion,
which Mr. C. I. Grace now owns.
horse was having trouble with
teeth.


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LOST-Between Ocala Furniture
company's store and Holder block, gold
sunburst pin with *earls and diamond
center. Return to D. W. Davis, Hol-
der Block. 6-24-tf
WANTED-To borrow $600 (six
hundred dollars). Will give mortgage
on city property in Ocala, and pay
good interest. Want loan Immediate-
ly. Address Box 787, Jacksonville Pla.
Tour prescriptions, when left at the
',ourt Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us;
.~e'll call for and deliver your pre-
scriptions.

HOUSES FOR RENT
,[odern cottages, an conveniences,
well located and new. Apply to Jos-
eph Bell. at court house.



FOR PIES AID THINGS


Slush, F-pkla Kernhm
15 cents each and they are fine and
going fast.


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Offce: Rooms -22 Holder Buildain
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OCALA, FLORIDA

PIANO TUNING
Ten years inpea"Mce. Lebmma
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Notice Is thereby M that s tt
frat day orf Deamber, A. D. lMt, ho
undersigmed as I amlab ater e the
estate of John Kelaser, deammsed, ial
present my aScounit ad vat o A 'o
Hon. Joseph Bel, jldge t g6 MW at
his orfce .A Ocala, Whridb, ala I".l
make by al dsetUem tas nui ad.
ministrator and wil apply r dis-
charge as admlarab of sawd Sta
As Admialatrator at thMe Mate 4
rJohn Kimd.
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Notice Is hereby giedon, ft. #
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judge of pveowteIn altd*'~-4
County, at his at&*e in OmW =AU
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"My can( nee are going Jfu sped astcrn."
pearance later to partake of a hasty
meal. lie gave monsieur a black look.
but of course, catching Elsie's eye In-
stantly, he meekly sat down and said
nothing-nothing, that is. of an un-
pleasant nature.
Crawling quietly into the strait of
Magellan at daybreak, the ship put
forth her best efforts In the run through
the narrows. Passing Cape San Isidro,
she signaled her name. and .it was
easy to see the commotion created by
her appearance. A real furore began
when sbe approached Sandy point. A
steam launch puffed off hastily from
the side of a Chilean warship, and the
commander brought the news that he
had been sent specially from Coronel
to search the western coast line thor-
oughly for the Kansas. lie was about
to return that day to report his failure
to discover any tra vessel, and he listened In anmaze while
Christobal gave him a succinct history
of the ship's doings.
At the end Courtenay presented him
with a photograph of Elsie's chart, to
which many additions had been made
by her under her lover's directions.
The position of the shoal and of Pillar
rock, together with the set of the tidal
current, was clearly shown, and It is
probable that Good Hope inlet. not-
withstanding Its dangerous approach,
will be thoroughly surveyed one of
these days. Then perhaps more may
be heard of those lumps of silver and
copper ore which the savages hurled
at the Kansas.
The cruiser hurried away under
forced draft to report from Coronel.
the nearest cable station. Thence she
would go to Valparaiso. so she carried
a sheaf of letters and one passenger.
Fraesuelo. Finding that he could not
execute the needed repairs at Sandy
point, Courtenay decided to make for
Montevideo. where he would be in tele-
graphic communication with Mr. Bar-
Ing. He was fortunate in finding a
shipwrecked crew on shore awaiting
transport to England. He secured a
full complement of ocflvs and engi-
neers, and the Kansas reached the
chief port of Uruguay without any dif-
ficulty.
A sack load of telegrams awaited the
ship. The Chilean mat-of-war pnt into
Valparaiso, after calling kt Coronel.
nearly three days before the Kars's
dropped anchor on the east coat: hence
there was time for things to happen.
and they seized the opportunity. The
copper market bad turned itself inside
eat. The firm of Baring. Thomnpson.
Miguel & Co. had rebounded from cons
paratlve ruin to a stronger financial
state than ever. and Senor Pedro Ven-
tana. after shooting n man named
Jose Anacleto. had considaroteiy shot,
himself. Evidently Frascuelo iost n
time when he went ashore. Mr. Bar-
Ing. too. reported that the dynamite
wrapper had been tractd to Ventana's
possession.
When Isobel Baring beard tbhis IfAl
Item she fainted so badly that Dr.
Christobal thought It advisable she
should be taken to a hotel while the
ship remained in port. but she vetoed
this proposal determinedly when she
recovered her senses and straightway
confessed to Elsie that Vent: "a was
her husband. She had foolishly agreet
to marry him privately. and Anacleto
bad witnessed the ceremony. Within
a month she, ree'r.tted helir chAl. There


(Continued From First Page)

which fate bad held back from her
twice already. T hey were only glowing
epstles from the hundreds of passen-
gers on the Florida. but "i- of th"in
were proposals from euthusiastlc ia-
dies. all weli dowered and eager to
give their charms and their cash to the
safe keeping of the man who b'id
aved their lives. It was with refer-
ence to some Joking comment by Cour-
tmay mo these misives that his sister
wrote to congratulate him on having
escaped matrimony under such condi-
tiUN
Long before noon the Kansas clear-
ed White Horse island. Thenceforth
the run was due south until eight
bells, when for the second time within
a fortnight the captain set the course
soutb-40-east
Elsite noted that Count Edouard de
Polncilit dined with the rest. sitting
beside Isobel. Courteuay put in an B:)-


the country. He secured a bid of many
thousands of pounds for it and advised
Mrs. Courtenay to accept half in cash
and half in bsarp of the exploiting
company.
It was not unreasonable that Gray
should go back to Chile to take charge
9f Elsie's mine nor that Mr. Boyle
Oftwld become captain and Walker
chief engineer pf the Kansas, while
Tollemache settled down in England.


CRYING FOR HELP
Lots of It nla 0 la, pt Daily Grow-
ing Lo
* The kidneys cry for help.
Not an organ in the whole body
so delicately constructed.
Not ole SO important to health.
The kidneys ?re the filters of the
blood.
When they fall the otooid bcomec
foul and poisonous.
There can be no health where there
Jl jtol.oned blood.
Baetaach 9Is one of the first indica-
tflons of kidney trouble.
It it the kidneys' csy fpr help. Heed
It.
Doan's Kidney Pills are what is
wanted.
Art ,ust what overworked kidneys
need.
They streagthen and Invigorate the
kidneys. help theo t4 do their work:
never fail to cure any ea of kidney
disease.
P. Y Smith. living at 1214 Alachus
Ave.. Ga nesvi!le. Fla_. says: "My
wire *s, trouble(d for snme time with
-evere headaheh phe also compr'1ained
of a dull pain in iee" bark., and was
Nervous and weak. I thnuxtit tn4t l;;-r
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ti) your troubles, fte. Veetauaetd
never have aMtrred you wble I was
alive."
EIsie's cheeks redIened.
"I 'never told yeou be asked me to
marry him," she said. "It would have
been Just the same had be done so
As It was. I feared the man. Now
you know why I ran away fro& Chile.
If I permitted another Imprees.l to
prevail. I acted for the best. But the
unhappy man is dead. Let us endeav-
or to forget him."
"His memory hiu ts me with an en-
during curse!" cried Isobel bitterly.
"Among my papers I had some k*tters
of his, the marriage certificate and his
written promise not to molest me. On
that awfnl night when the ship was
disabled I went to my cabin nmud se-
cured them. or thought I did. At any
rate, I could not find them when we
landed on White Horse island, and
from hints dropped by that wretrched
little adventurer De Poiocilit I feel
sure they hare fallen into his hands.
Believe me, Elsie. I was h::It m:ad
when I helped him to steal the i *at."
"Steal the boat: What boat?"
"Has not Captain Courtenay told
you?"
"Not a word."
"Ah. he is a true gentleman. But you
forget. You heard what he said to le
Poincliit before he went to the Guan.
aco canyon?"
"Yes: 1 did not understand. Oh. my
poor IsoleeL how you must have suf-
fered, while I have been so happy!"
"If only I could recover my papers"-
"May I ask Arthur to help?r
"He knows the worst of me al:eadyv.
One more shameful disclosure :mnnot
add to my degradation."
"IsobeL how little you know him!"
Thus spoke Elsie after fourteen diys.
Truly there Is much enlightenment in
a hug!
MI. le Comte Edouard de Poincilit.
to Uis Intense chlgrin. found that a
ship's captain has far reaching pow
ers when he chooses to e:ert tuem.
Rather than enter a Montf-vilean jail.
where people have died suddenly of
nasty fevers, he not only re3torel twh
raising documents. but submitted to a
close scrutiny of his own belougiag'-.
which resulted nla thie pleaRing discov.
ery that he was not a French count.
but a denizen of Martinique-noiot
probably a defaulting valet or clerk.
No one troubled to Inquire further
about him. Ills passage nr.oney was
refunded, and he was bundled ashore
Conrtenay's view was that he had
heard by some means of Isobel's in-
teuded departure frouT Valparaiso and
deemed It a good chance of winning Ier
approval of his countshlp. seeing that
such titles are not subjected to serious
investigation in South America. Sea-
rez took his Fueglan bride up country.
where Mr. Baring and Dr. Christobal
established them on a small ranch.
Isobel renewed hbr voyni? some-
what chasened in rpirlt. brt ,;?r vola-
tile nature soon survived the sh (cks .i
bad received. By the time the Ianoaeg
put her ashore at Tillmry. to I) cl:ih :wl
In the arms of a timid an'l t(nrful
aunt, she was ready as over for 9we
campaign of glory she had manlwJ o tl
In London and Paris.

Captain Courtenay. R. N.. and hi.s
wife are not such distingutlshtdl per
sonages. tbut their romance hii a e-
quel worthy of it; unusual o.nnimlng
They were married q er the Kansas reached Londlt. Thc'ee
waf some war scare is full blast ;t the
moment, ofd a lord of the admTralty
who deigned ti read the newi,.apers
thought 'It was a pity that a smart
sailor should not risk his imfs fa'r h.s
country rather than In behalf of tba
comhesrce. So he looked up Ctl'rte-
nay's record anid found that It wa ex-
cellent. the young lioeuten:int's rue*--.,i
for rcsignhi:g his co:nnrisloa heimnz t'o
.icoessity of snppori'.: his mhteiar
when Eier estate was swept away byl
a bank failure. The sea lords made
him a first rate offer of re'nstatpmeut
(9 ,he serrlce at a higher rank witbiht
any lose of seniority, and they went
about the buImnees with such dignified
leisure that Dr. Christotbl bad time to
find out. through men whom he could4
trust. that Elsie's small estate in Chile
contained one of the richest mines in


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Glycerine plays an unimportant part in Dr. Pi hr
of indigestion, dyspep "a ad weak- tno -h
breath, coated tongue, poor appetite gIon W B
dred derauigafxlnts of soWawlcW I Nvb aW
Besides curing aR tihe mboye dsms --
is a specific for all dsemes of the mas n
passages or of the stomach, bowB-or o rs Al w l"
ied to this sovereign remedy if its use be C iNi. ..
Na passages, it is ,wile takingthe ^iowt
constitutional trstment, to ekame i.p1 m1"i.sB
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. This thoroqb c6 a rs
worst CaseS.
In coughs and hoarseness cusd by,
consumpton, the "Golden Medical D ve a
those obstinate, hang-on-coughs caused by mitstioa duI
mucous membranes. The "iDiscowy" s ot good -o
sudden colds, nor must it be perd to QCreM
medicine will do that-but for l te obsdtete,
badly treated, lead up to coasumnption, it is thebest i
To find out more about the above e* ti.md Jiqem
ease, get the Cowmon Sense Medical A&W-ehe oeft
UP-t&odate book of 1000 ges-wfich Pofts d i ad-iu~uumr 4 time
mnent thereof. Cloth-bound seat po@szM oaM cipt of I a3L 4 s 06c0
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