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 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03229
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Visit Erom
Chicago. July SL--"Jih" Patten an-
nounced last night that he was again
through with "corners sand graan ma-
nipulation. He is going to Europe for
a ogss rest.
HO dumped 4,00400 bushels of July
wheat Into the pit yesterday and
smashed the price about three cents a
BH has been ~eWli out since he put
the price to 8129 a week ago. Tester-
day wheat closed weak, around SL1L
Fatten has also been a heavy seBller
of cotton. He took on a big line around
9.50 and is sld to have overstayed
the market. Al his cotton still shows
a big profit. According to persons in
lose touch with the plunger he has
made 4,0vS,000 on his May and July


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F' se r's LowdaWm .Cadlesnm, in half
m sad pid bons a e*so popular. Pure
s OeiM fre rim adultera-
S tie.. U Is wholeme ad healthfutL
wy Bad of coaftectSonery '_ere
MMl% CoWd Draink. Cigars and News.


9 t hia$ a sad quality, for office
=aM street, ceves a great deal of our
ti. e sn I atlation, as our stock and
eB supplying large and small
Arnr. *. amply attet. Whether
.' m & a i Dpeao lor a huge led-
Sgr aheta beeb or a letter press, It's
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"About ten years ago my brother
was held-uvp In his work, health and
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless coasumption," writes W. R.
IJeeomb, of Walagt. N. C. "'He
took all kind of remedies and treat-
ment fro several doctors, but found
no help tm heb sea Dr. Kags New
Discovery and was whboy cured by
six bottles. He is a well man today."
It's quick to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or seawe lung, hemorr-
bages, coughs sa colds, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
fections. "c and SL Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
Spanish Losing Heavily in Battles
With the Triberoen
Mellla, Morocco. July 2L-Heavy
cannonading yesterday indicated the
opening of a new battle between the
Spanish forces and'the Moorish tribes-
men. The outposts of the Moors
have been strongly reinforced by
tribes from the central Riff region.
Madrid. July 21.-A report publish-
ed today by the general staff shows
that In yesterday's fighting Spaniards
lost heavily. A colonel and five other
officers were killed, he report does
not give the number of soldiers kill-
ed. The steamer Monorquen. with 80
wounded aboard, has arrived at Ma-
laga from Mellila, where the hospitals
are overcrowded.
means that man ana Wife have lived
to a good old age and consequently
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your liver
does It? duty 35 days out of 365. The
only way to do this Is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbine in the house and take
It whenever your liver gets Inactive.
90 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-

Winnipeg, July 25.-Francisco Tino
and two other Italians were sentenced
to five years in the penitentiary for
Black Hand work. The evidence has
shown branches flourishing in Duluth.
Ribbing, Ironwood and Canada. Tino
Is leader In the northwest.
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the president of the Indus-
trial and Orphan's Home at Macon,
Ga., who writes: -We have used
Electric Bitters in this Institution for
nine years. It has proved a most ex-
cellent medicine for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. We regard It as one
of the best family medicines on
earth." It Invigorates the vital or-
gans, purifies the blood, aids diges-
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin, pale, weak children
or run-down people It has no equal.
Best for female compleiBtua. Only S0c
at all druggists.
Chicago, July Sx-Stories of graft in
every form, Involving high police of-
ficials who have always borne un-
stained reputations, patrolmen, politic-
lans, levee saloon keepers and the
crimtials of every sort were poured
into the ears of the grand Jurors yes-
terday, and out of that tangled mass
of evidence there promises to come
revelations which wil show Chicago
to have been ruled and run by graft
for years.
Is what could truthfully be said of
many children who die. They have
worms, poor little things-they don't
know it and you don't realize It. If
your child Is cross, fretful, pasty
eomplexioned and loses weight for
no apparent reason, give it White's
Cream Vermitage. You will be sur-
prised at the results and how quickly
it picks up. Sold by an druggists.

Macon. July 25.-Frank Evans. the
mine-year-old son of Ho&. W. H. Ev-
ans, member of the legislature from
Bibb county, was killed by a passenger
train here yesterday afternoon.
If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble eoald realise their
danger they would without loss of
time commence taking Pey's Kidney
Pills. This great remedy stops the

I will place an electric smoothing
Iron in your home on a f.w 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 i-sat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
via the

$~ IJ-te-bnteagle and Sewanee, Tenn,
and return. M. W. & M. F.. July 1,
10, 17, 23, 24, 30, August 1J, 14. Limit
Sept. 5.
C17.J-Black Mountain, N. C, and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19. 26,
31. August 2, 9, 16, 21, 25. Limit
Sept. 6.
$104.5-San Francisco, Cal, and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
1 to Sept 30, inclusive. Limit Oct.
3L Stopovers.
gBAS--oSeattle, Portland, Tcoma,n
Vaneouver, Victoria, Everett, New
Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. TYukon Exposition. July 1 to
Sept. 30. Inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.

Lat Member ef Forrest's Staf Has
Joined His Groeat Leader
Nashbvlle. July S2.-James C. Cow-
an, aged seventy-seven years, the last
member of General Forrest's staff.
dropped dead yesterday of heart di-
sese at Tullahoma. Cowan followed
the fortunes of the "Wizard of the
SaddleO throughout the civil war. He
was at one time one of the most noted
surgeons In the South.
There is more catarrh In this sec-
tion of the country than all other dis-
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur-
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease and pre-
sorfbed local remedies, and by con-
stantly alling to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it Incurable.
eleaew has proved catarrh to oe a
oenetitutionel disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatmetft.
HalrIs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken Internally In
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu-
cus surfaces of the system. They of-
fer one hundred dollars for any case
It falls to cure. Send for circulars and
testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug-
gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.
Her Body Laid Five Days the Prey of
the Vultures
Greensboro. N. C., July 25.-A mys-
terious murder came to light near
here yesterday when the dead body of
Miss Lida Newman, aged 75. who liv-
ed alone on her farm in a remote sec-
tion, was found 300 yards from her
residence. Her skull had been crush-
ed by a bludgeon and appearances
Indicated that she had been dead for
several days. Miss Newman was last
seen Tuesday morning going In the
direction of her cow lot
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. St bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
L. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St.
Louls, Mo.
Indianapolis, Ind., July 25.-With his
thigh broken, so that the bones pro-
truded through the flesh, Oscar Ly-
man. a motorman employed by the In-
dianapolis Street Car company, asked
for a match to light his pipe.
The brakes on his car refused to
work yesterday, and It crashed into a
freight train while running at high
speed. The motormair was hurried to
a hospital, where his wounds were at-
tended to.
A western judge granted a divorce
on account of ill-temper and had
breath. Dr. King's New Life Pllls
would have prevented It. They cure
constipation, causing bad breath and
liver trouble the Ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaches, conquer
chills. .25 at all druggists.

Flat Creek, Ala., July 25.-J. Can-
non, a law and order league leader,
was shot and killed yesterday by
George Alexander, who runs a soft
drink stand here. The men met near
the commissary. There is much -ex-
citement over the killing. Alexander
has not been arrested.
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-
wilt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
know what they will do for you. and
If you will send your name to E. C.
DeWitt & Co, Chicago,. you will re-
ceive a free trial box of these kidney
and bladder pills. They are sold here
by all druggists.

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Will Probably Veto the Cast-Iron
Prohibition Bill Now Going Thru
the Georgia Legislature
Atlanta, July 25.--Georgia will be
sure enough "dry." so far as the laws
are concerned, after the first of Jan-
uary* next. if the anti-"near beer"
measure which passed to second read-
ing In the house yesterday becomes a
law. and the prospects are very bright
for it doing so. .
It is stated on good authority that
Governor Brown, himself a prohibi-
tionist, is not in favor of prohibiting
the sale of "near beer" and has said
he will veto the bill should it pass.
When asked abou this mater, the
governor said: "I do not care to say,
for publication, what I will do if the
bill passes."

The Cattle Tick is Costing the South
Fifty-Two Million Dollears
Every Year
Atlanta, July 25.-'"It is estimated
that the South is losing annually $52,-
000,000 on account of prevalence of
the cattle tick," said the Assistant
Commissioner of Agriculture. R. F.
Wright yesterday. "and of this sum
Georgia is losing about $1,000,000 a
This startling statement was made
before the appropriations committee
of the Georgia house when a bill to
appropriate $5,000 annually with which
to push the work of exadlcating cattle
tick and other Infectious diseases of
animals was up for consideration.

$170 Savannah, Ga., July 2th. Limit
to leave Savannah July 29th.
$15,2 Mobile, Ala., July 31st, August
1st and 2nd. IAmit Aug 15th, ex-
tension to August 28th.
$83J0.-10465-Loe Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Lmit October 81. Variable routes
and stopovers.
640-Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
18&70-Monteagle and Sewannee,
Tenn.. July 1. 10, 17. 23, 24. 30, Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
5. .Stopovers allowed.
For further Information call on or
write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla
For $10 spot cash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully $25;
want the room. Apply immediately,

When the stomach falls to per-
form its functions, the bowels become
deranged, the liver and the kidneys
congested, causing numerous disease.
The stomach and liver must be re-
stored to healthy condition and Cham-

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A Gay Old CeaMestit Bey Gave Up
$100 for a Kiss
Winsted. Conn., July 25.-Theodore
"Toussaint. an aged widower whose
home is In East Canaan, paid 810 for
a kiss. The woman who got the kiss
and his money. Mrs. John Kilmer, told
a neighbor, It is said, that she wished
she had demanded $500. In cosid-
eration of the saoresaid sum Mrs. K1-
mer agreed not to bring any suit against
Touossant, who is 73 years old. Mrs.-
Kilmer. who Is about forty, of graceful
form and pretty face,, lives in a house
owned by Toussaint, with her husband.
who Is employed by the New England
Lime company. Toussaint engaged her
to clean house for him. While she was
at work Toussaint embraced her. Mrs.
Kilmer fled from the Toussaint house,
weeping. Toussaint hag kissed her,
she told friends, who inquired why she
was in tears. A friend of both sought
out the old man and told him he had
better settle.

often receive severe burns putting out
fires, then use Bucklen's Arnles 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, bid sores,
bolls, ulcers, felons: best pile cure
made. Relief is Instant. 25c at all

No one doubts that publicity-ad-
vertising, at the last analysis-Is one
of the main ingredients In the evolu-
tion of big modern business. "How
this principle may be applied effec-
tively on a co-operative basis to widen
markets and create new ones. sla llus-
trated by the striking success of the
allied fruit growers of Californas.
Two years ago the growers, through
their exchange, began an advertising
campaign with an appropriate mof
$5.000. The next year they spent $25,-
000 telling the country about' the vir-
tues of California fruit. And this year
the sum of $50,000 has been set aside
for the same purpose.
One Vgnfltcaut instance of the pro-
fit In such procedure Is shown In the
case of Sioux City. In one year, with-
out publicity, this market consumed
ninety carloads of California fruit. The
next year. with advertising, the
amount Jumped to 172, or nearly 100
per cent. .
Other similar Impressive compari-
sons are given for various localities,
and they must be credited, since hard.
headed business men would not be in-
creasing a cold outlay of cash in so
large a ratio in two years, did not re-
sults justify the expenditure.
The growers have found that the
campaign was aided by adopting spec-
ial brands for different fruits, and ap-
plying them throughout the process of
marketing and publicity, even going so
far as to wrap each Individual orange
in tissue paper bearing the title of the
All these revelations are coming out
as the result of the investigation of a
committee of orange growers from
Florida, seeking to discover the reason
for the encroaching sales of the west-
ern product.
It Is a safe bet that the men from
the South will take a leaf from the
experience of Western enterprise, and
stralghtway inaugurate similar meth-
ods. They do not expect to displace
the California product. Their plan is
to Increase the demand for Florida
fruit, so that as a result of their cam-
paigns the total consumption of the
country will appreciate considerably.
The Idea might, with advantage, be
adapted to other Southern products.
The art of publicity, as exemplified by
the stimulation of* industry and the
legitimate quickening of consumption,
is barely in its Infancy nla America.
The South has as much to gain as the
West in studying its possibilities and
the way to materialize them.-Atlanta
is always found in tme same nouse
with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
keeps every member of the family free
from aches and pains. It heals cuts,
burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
tism, neuralgia, lumbago and all mus-
cular soreness and stiffness. 25k, 50c
and $1 a bottle. At all druggists.


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d mms e vTied eeambers in which
*'*m N buiMd could be stowed
'w % d sur rounded by ancient and
euas reuta never before visited
S..- Wi m'1 b have Just been dscov-
'f' e d hr Prot. Sugar L. Hewitt. the
Sreh dt, la the a northeastern part
S The emma have lg been told of by
h *imm-. bt white me. doubted their
ar-i AMAe u=ti a Navajo guide led
. Pue~"r HRewitt to them.. Hewitt
. .N the caves, rains and natural
^ s wm feunt d without difficulty
S.1 won exaftly as-the Indian legend
S ineI eo the avenas he and the
suM& v ited we&t large enough to
S- the lber building and oth-
-, amelaMel eurloms formations aus-
te. A phMing he bad ever seen. Sev-
.lat aiNtem.l bridges between hills in
the levM aty were no large as to make
the t s ma ew 4 of Utah and Virginia
f agbeehMal articles and remains
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E the M 3OaM. the'uapika of 'Henry
IRAs t Weseav ship, ba arrived
eV.- wras n.out-over as a
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MIp al "31 me' p row. Her
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M11Lk, in M oe Mers of r
have bee seat to any poet east of the
Mllmsipplt If the government offic-
Ials, after their trouble with Browns-
vM and e r popts, thought the ex-
t Nr& would make o obection i
to t presence of so large a body of
they were la error. A South-
town m coe hardly be more up in
tth. this city and Minooskl are
a If the colored troopers are not
wanted in New Eigland, of all sec-
tlow on the mq1 what Is to be done
with them?-*avannaah News.
The trial of Gastenge FIcarotta, ac-
esed of the murder of his cousin,
Guitappe Ficarotta, in Tampa, ended
Saturday In a mistrial and the de-
fendant was released.on $5000 bond.
Another West Tampa merchant was
assassinated a week ago. There have
been several crimes committed among
te Itaslians of Tampa recently, and it
seems Impossible to legally punish the
offenders, each of whom has the as-
sistance of a large number of friends
banded together to evade and defy the
This situation has called forth the
following statement from the Times-
Union and comment from the, Tampa
The outrageous assassinations of
two merchants of West Tampa. under
similar circumstances has aroused
talk In Tampa of a vigilance commit-
tee. While anything resembling law-
lessness is to be deprecated yet the
remedy proposed has been found the
only source in other American com-
munities where criminals have sue-
ceesfully defied the law. as they seem
able to do In Tampa. by terrorizing the
Commflnity. Americans will not per-
mit the law to be trampled under foot
and M0 sooner these foreign assassins
are tbyght the truth the better it will
be.. But the Tampans will do well to
be sdte that the constituted authori-
ties are powerless before they resort to
such a desperate cure.-Tomes-Unio"-.
The foregoing is reproduced from
the Jaetsoaville Times-Union. It is a
correct statement of the views of this
community. The o flcers of the law
win be sustained and encouraged as
long as there is any hope that they
can cope with the situation success-
fully; but, if the officers fall to bring
the assassins and blackmaJlers to jus-
tice. the citizens will take a hand, and
they will rid the community of these
"u deslrables" speedily and perma-
nently. It may be an unpleasant task,
but the citizens of Tampa never shirk
a duty.-Tampa Times..
If there Is one thing more certain
than another. It is that when foreign-
ers provoke the'American people past
endurancee they will reap a whirlwind
that will make legal measures seem
Inke a mild 'breeze In comparison.
There have been several Instances of
the kind in the United States and
Mafia and Black Hand Bandits might
read their history with profit.

Resolutions by Lodge No. 286, Benev.
olent lold Prctective Order of Elks
Whereas, it has pleased our Heaven-
ly Father, In his Infinite wisdom, to re-
move from b ur midst our esteemed
brother and fe!low member. Dr. Will-
iam Herbert Powers. who died on the
fourth day of July, 1909; and.
Whereas. the life that made our as-
soelation with him pleasant is at an
end. and the ghtes are closed upon our
further earthly Intercourse; and.
Whereas, by his many ennobling
traits of character he had endeared
himself to us. and in his career has
left an example to his friends and fel-
low members; and,
oWher .a, hose manly qualifications
which' he pesessed Influence us in a
sineeer desire to testify to an apprecia-
tion of his life amongst us: be it there.
Resolved. that in the death of Dr.
Powers, who was & member of Ocala
Lodge No. 284., Benevolent and Pro-
tective Order of Elks, we sincerely de-
plore the loss of one to whom we hal
become affectionately attached by as.-
soelation and by relations which were
never marred by the least occurren-e
of an unfriendly act.

Resolved, further, that a copy of
these resolutions be presented to the
family of Dr. Powers, and that same
be attached to and become a part of
the minutes of this order.
Bradford C. Webb, Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett,
Edward Drake,
Herbert Jones, Committee.
John J. VecGaw, the baseball expert.
denied at a banquet in New York the
marvels attributed to the spitball.
"It's a great ball." he said. "It fools
the best of them. But when I hear
some of the miracles put to its credit
-well, then I think of Harriet Hare of
"I once read in a 'Frisco paper:
'Harriet Hare of Nob Hill got a needle
In her waist two years ago. and only
last week this needle worked its way
eut of the arm of a young Los An-
geles rose farmer'."-St. Louis Globe.

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Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets gently stimulate the liver and
bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system, cure constipation
and sick headache.
I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker. the electric sup-
ply man.

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Philadelphia. July 26.-The United
States battleship Michigan. which re-
turned yesterday from her trial trip.
is reported to have broken all speed
records for a vessel of the battleship
type. The Michigan is said to have
made a fraction over nineteen knots
an hour. Her speed requirements
was 17'% knots. The official time will
not be known until an official report
is made.
Poley's 1oney and Tar not only
stops chronic coughs that weaken the
constitution and develop in consump-
tion, but heals and strengthens the
lungs. It affords comfort and relief in
the worst cases of chronic bronchitis.
asthma, hay fever and lung trouble.
Sold by all druggists.
A new line of popular priced books
just in at the Ocala News Co.

Many people do not need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to it.
Two-Consult us about it.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them and charge nothing for con-
sultations. DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala. Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
With the tariff bill pending, there
are no signs of midsummer dullness in
the field of news.. 'In fact, the present
week in Congress 'promises to contain
more of Interest then the weeks of de-
bate and conference that have pre-
ceded it.. The Sutton and Thaw cases
also will engage general interest,
while there will be a secondary interest
in the Moroccan 'war situation and the
new cabinet in Prance.
American interest in the last named
subject will center, to a great extent.
in the attitude of the Spanish soldiery
and the people of Spain who remain
at home. who have protested against
the campaign, particularly against the
taking of marriage reservists from
their families for the front. This has
resulted in disorders.
Harry Thaw will be subjected to the
severest test of his experience when
he takes the stand this week at White
Plaina, N. Y., in an effort to demon-
strate his sanity. District Attorney





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Dovr. England. July 2.-Lools
BIeriot: who performed the feat of
crossing the English Channel in his
aeroplane yesterday left for the Frencb
shore at 4:30 and descended graceful-
ly in North Fall Meadow behind Dov-
er castle at 4:53 a. m. Bleriot looked
little the worse for his hazardous trip
although his foot was burned by petrol
and he had to be assisted to an auto-
mobile in waiting and driven to the
Lord Warden HoteL. He was greeted
Kansas City. July 2S.-Six lives
were lost and three persons were
probably fatally hurt as a result of the
wreck of Wabash passenger train No.
4 when it plunged into the Missouri
river thirty miles east of here last
Five cars and the engine are now
in the river. A chair car and two
Pullmans remained uninjured. At the
scene elf the wreck the river makes
a bend and the railroad follows. The
flood waters have been undermining
the roadbed for fifty feet The road-
bed suddenly collapsed and the engine
and cars piled one on another in the
Indianapolis, July 26.-Twenty-one
persons were injured, several perhaps
fatally, in a wreck on the Big Four
railroad at Zionville, twenty miles
northwest of here, yesterday.


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far success ful as to indicate that the
aerial artists are in trim for the su- TO r I ANY .
preme test of their wonderful Inven- DI. TSDO* CU ISilM I
tion. *
The court of injury at Annapolis.
which is investigating the death ofr '
Lieut. James N. Suttolk, resumed Its
The seventeenth world's conference
of the Young Men's Christian Asocla- ,WELL AS OTHER AUTOMO
tion will be at Barmen-Elbfeld, Ger- REPAIRINO AND -,TIREI VULCA
many, from Wednesday until the fol-

attended by the highest priced baby C
specialist could not be cured or stom- . - t .K
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or .
surer than your baby if you give it .
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diar-
hoea. dysentery and all derangements
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25 i
cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drug- ..
The South, with its twenty. seven
per cent of the total area of the Unit- " ,
ed States, contains about forty-two
per cent of the total forest area of the
country. The forest area by states is
as follows: Alabama. 20.000,000 acres;
Arkansas, 24,200,000; Florida. 20.000.-
000; Georgia, 23.300,000: Kentucky. 10.-
000,000; Louisiana, 16,500,000; Mary-
land. 2,200,000; Mississippi, 17,500,000: ,
North Carolina, 19.600,000: South Car- --.
olina, 12,000,000: Tennessee, 15.000,000; ... : .
Texas 30.000,000: Virginia. 14,000,000;
and West Virginia, 9.100.000. a ud SOnl. N'r
The South, it will be seen. ,has still
much of the virgin forest of the coun- _
course, in order to meet the steadily 1h e sen ,u'o n otru In
expanding wants of this section. It I
must be used In such manner, how-e1910--('halmners-Detrot.
ever, that the very most may be made L V
from Its annual growth, while at the
same time this cut Is being replaced O need to say an thi for
by new growth. In this way its tim-n n t|avjg r
ber will remain a source of perpetual
value. W-
The importance of forest conserva- W rte D l AJ
tion to southern interests is clearly .
understood by the people of the South. jJlJ. J*, l-'.
The future of the South is more nearly _-
bound up in the plan of forest pres-
ervation, with its accompanying pro-
tection to watersheds, power streams,
and wood working Industries than is
anything now before the people of this
part of the country. Not only is the
protection of the watersheds, which ,
will some day furnish the power to T2 mI lf
run all manufacturing establishments LseaLUn V h I e l
in the entire South, an important mat- e a Fa -
ter to the South. but the Industries de. -01 e Rra Oria
pending upon the forest products win l-.
also be benefited by the protection Al d [ 1 3 -, B
thrown about the remaining timbered w A W Ci do f W t..
area. a V.-aa'
I am prepared to take any Job of caC l-1 y a -I ---d Mfu -- .. ..:
painting, no matter how large or how oft IM ft --M d I 'k
small, or how flne the work desired .. .
may be. I have the material, brushes pI
and knowledge to paint and do It We cM m ie m m .
right. Houses painted inside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing. iw '
varnishing and lettering and sign Ak-.i" Win mA flh0" 3- -J l _____ -A
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed. -
Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave word
at the Star office. X. W. Fllyaw. IW H
Even a clear profit may be under a
It takes a woman of great strength H A L P
to hold her tongue. F HEALTH AND PLEAUR -
All women are riddles, but some of The Bat ful
them are rather plain.
Many a woman's laugh is simply a .
display of dimples and dentistry.
Many a married man acts as though ..
nature had intended him for an old Land o.f the Sky_ j WAYNES VILLE, N C, A Mi fe
In spite of the fact that a girl is On the Southel y, onue hour trom Ashee Calpty ali -.
given in marriage, many of them No consumptivese.-^L'd Cold Sulphur Bathi Masl Beli* a. ts-.,i
throw themselves away. Special attention 0 meataia parties. Special party and femUir "f. -. y
Some people only hope for the best information address G- C. ROGAN, M manager. (1rmty mU t e p K -
under protest, and are disappointed If worth Inn, Asheville.) . '
it happens. ,
If a man begins to sjng his own
praies.s drown him out by blowing J-tII
yur own horn. U TE71M I *.*'
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Jerome of New York, has promised to
be on hand.
It is possible that the Wright broth.
ers will make their official aeroplane
flight at Fort Meyer this week. The
recent tuning up flights have been so

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Odd agsow meet tomorrow night
Mr. wd Loven of faford Is mn the
asrae!d C"'somer N. A. Blltet
w- at the Oean House Sunday.
Mr. W. H. Thson of Gainesville was
at the Moutesoma nday.
Mr. J. A. Reid. of Los Angeles. was
a Sunday arrival at the Ocala House.
FOUND-An auto lamp. Apply at

1 lortablkraer returned
fro her visit to Eastls.


A-- Cap" J. B. Martin of Oklawaha was
S.a gest of the Ocala House Saturday.
i ';-"*' ~ ..., tResale-Volet Talecum, c. the bottl.-',.
I I at: P the Patofece Dr tore..
7. ..~Sheriff Carter of Citrus county was
E^_K ^ .,a guest of the Montesama Sunday.
Sr dOses0 q4W will cure any case
Bam t s0i3s and fever. Price, 25c.

....RA"M I.J BA R 'ay' for a visit to AlTlwma.
ALA FLORIDA Payne spent Sunday with
i.swif and baby at Wldwood.
Sof this bank 's built o('t e ,
-de Cream, for the complexion,.
p of s stmeor, gained by earnest attenthb j to at me conrt Pharm a coy.
Miss Hattie Smith went out to Wil-
~lbtoa today, to visit her mother.

PlNk's ChIll Tonile, guaranteed to
eu ebm lls and fever. 25 cents.
E* Dr. W. V. Newsom went down to
F T U R INErastlake yesterday to visit his family.
||ta.N -unally's fine candles fresh every
;R"ES A LARGE week only at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mrs. Baxter Carn has been visiting
relatives at Martel the past week.
COMPE SK Albert Graham is in town from We-
OF kiwa Springs, visiting his relatives.
5 or dooe will cure any case
of Chill sand Fever. Price 25c.
Sheriff Galloway spent Sunday night
AND at the lake.
Mr. J. R. Moorhead came up from
-Shell Island today.
Mr. C. L. Anderson came in from the
t- mines at Holder today.
In*Ca"a S a9 i --" .1 Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysor went up
S- dC A *l A M 1 We to Lowell this afternoon.
list" ; op I-u w b U - R B. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
0f .Ul ll. typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.
BiO a-" ,U I etrs and Shi Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and children have
ft f -6 W IN-'f M S l Barn Qreturned from their visit to Mr. Car-
S, .. lisle at the Mayo still near Belleview.

S- A new shIlpment of that famous Al-
T.i"Ois T-y pine Flax Just received at the Court

SA Mr. Tom Dekie has returned from
a visit to his wife, who is spending the
summer in Georgia.

Sla. Floid We have the nicest line of hair
A. rd. bnishes, combs and other toilet artl-
els In the city. Tydings & Co.
Mr. B. P. Camip, the White Springs
magnate, was at the Ocala House
Sunday. -

WetoAl your orders for cement Takeone o f those bathing gaps
rk, of w S i'h' kind. along with you when going to the lake.
S, Maufactures of cement brick, building blocks, Get them at the court pharmacy.

S hexagon and otagon blocks, and all kinds of pay. Mr. Nathan Mayo of Summerflehl.
S"i- ter-aL We eploy killed worked and was at the Ocala House Saturday
. ., SAI Le ,kWeemploy Pglled workileil and -eight.
Rt atotto i "to pleM,".
T-" tuw n 4_ oha Try a box of that sunburn cream,
Srary u arte phone 256. for sunburn and freckles, at the Court

Si R. MORHEAD. MOQR, Phamacy
SR M'MR Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Britton of Spring
Park, took their Sunday dinner at the
SK The Oeala News Co. are agents for
Si V the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
U can fit you. Give us a trial.

.M -| J Dr. W. H. Cox and Mr. C. L. Ferris,
d' f J .m, of Brooksvllle, were at the Montezuma
-, 8unday.

Shtg tI When In need of stallonery go to a
S--stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
S ow Red only stationery store in Ocala.
d WMr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith. a young
couple from Lakeland, registered at
n b y othe Montezuma Sunday evening.

---- WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage In
& I E healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
I Ip, X Star office.
l CEl CIi J. S. Crosby and J. A. Teuton of
C S I Mactin were at the Montezuma Sun-

n't Mssrs. George B. Watson and J. F.
".Miller, of Jacksonville. were guests of
the Montezuma Saturday night.

OW DED Mr. Paul Durand has gone to East-
lake to so some plumbing for Mr. D. S.
SPR IN N G .Woodrow.
'We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly

Dr. Hulbert and his pretty little
daughter have been taking their meals
at the Campbell House during Mrs.
Hulbert's absence in Jacksonville.
FQR RENT-My residence recently
-.,cfpled by Mr. H. C. Judd. No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
SHa4. 7-10tf

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Robin Hood Sliced Apricote
No. 1 1-2 15c.

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

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

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Rev. Louis B. Warren pleasantly
surprised his friends In Ocala Sunday
afternoon by appearing among them.
not from the clouds. but from the
southbound A. C. L. train. In et, it
would take a very solid cloud to hold
up the reverend gentleman, who Is
about two sizes nearer the proportions
of Goliath than when he went away.
Mr. Warren came In from Gainesville.
where he preached in the morning. He
is spending his vacation in Florida,
and has been in the state about two
weeks. He had only a few hours to
spend in Ocala. leaving on the morn-
ing Seaboard train, but his friends
kept him busy shaking hands whi3
he was here. He sees considerable
Improvement in the city since his last
Judge D. S. Williams, who has been
sped ing a week on his plantation on
Silver Springs run. returned home
Sunday. Judge Williams has been
busy the past two months getting the
ground In shape to plant celery this
fall. He says he has some of the fin-
est land in the country and sees no
reason why celery cannot be as prof-
itably grown here as at Sanford. He
experiments will be watched with in-
Mrs. Whetstone., Miss Bessie Whet-
stone and Mr. Horace Whetstone re-
turned from their outing at Clearwater
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city thrn we
carry. Come In and look it over If
yAu want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping on first floor;
all conveniences. Also one nicely fur.
nished bedroom on second floor, one-
half block from A. C. L. depot. Apply
34 Oklawaha avenue.
FOR SALE-$300: auto buggy, 40-
Inch wheel, solid rubber tire, 20-horse-
power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather
top; refitted with new parts. Box 473,
Ocala, Fla. 7-6-6tdltw

The prescription department Is the
main siay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest In the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydlngs .;' Co.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumes, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &

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 Fla.
Delay in taking Foley's Kindey
Remedy Ir 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.

Conventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall,
over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Halle, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.

Tulula Lodge. No. 28
L O. O. F. meets ev-
-,mmd ery Tuesday eventng
in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-

ways welcome.
I W. L. Colbert, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30, at
Yonge's Hall. W. Gray, C. of R.


Meets second Tuesday
evening in each month
i t until October. Visit-
ing brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb, Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary.

NO. 1814 F. 0. L

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

Marion-Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets In the
temple on the first and
third Thursday even-

Oae of the prett-"t wddmig s twf
yesterday at high M at 81 nrd-
tIn the rthern Pat of the ity. The
contractil g parts wNe Mr. HRy
Reigraves, or p.a ttabig Vlrgia,
and Mias Lle fslma M er a the
aoldet dauhter of Mr. W. a. MeOCt.
The house was hebuttfy decorated
for the oeeasim. The parlors ua pse
cially atiactlw With cut feoom mi
prefusom ad a Variety of 1amiae
among which were several speeW
ferns peculiar to thia pae of rda.
Promptly at twelve o'clock., eno
thethe party in to the strains of Men-
delsoohn's wedding mark. Miss Jetty
MeCona, the younger sister of the
bride, with Mr. Tolar o4this city, whs
was best man for Mr. Redgraves were
In the lead. They were followed by
the bride and groom. In the ceter of
the room under a magnificent weddan
bell they were met by the Rev. K.
Gabby, pastor of the First Baptist
church of this city, who In his most
pleasing manner pronounced the woids
that forever Joined their lives and
destinies together. After co.s.taltk-
tions, the guests were Invited to alst
down to a splendid wedding dinner.
The bride wore a lovely dress of
whte silk mull and carried a large
bouquet of flowers. Miss Jettye Mc-
Conn, the bridesmaid, wore a cream
mull, which blended perfectly with
the dress and flowers of the bride.
As a going away dress the bride
wore a coat suit of Copenhagen blue
and hat to match, with tan shoes and
The bridal pair will go direct to Pe-
tersburg, Va., for a few days and from
there to Richmond and Norfolk. Va.
After paying a visit to Washington.
D. C. they will return via boat to
Florida and take up their residence at
Loughman, their future home.

There was a big crowd at the Air
Dome Saturday night, and Billy Han-
way. the pictures and the music gave
Immense and unmixed satisfaction.
The young comedian has certainly
made good in Ocala. At his last ap-
pearance, he was recalled again and
again, and given enthusiastic applause.
Mr. Tucker is well pleased with the
result of his venture and will put spe-'
clalties on again next week. This
week there will be the regular picture
show at the former price. 5 and 10
cents. Three reels every evening.
which Is better than the big cities are

The baseball boys left yesterday for
Orlando and Eustis, to play three
games at the former and two at the
latter place, beginning today at Or-
lando. The team is composed of the
following players: Raymond Bullock,
Waller. Brown. Frank Harris,, Donald-
son., D. Dodge, W. Dodge, Carlisle Iz-
lar, Roy Galloway, McPhall Melver
and Norton Davis. "Handsome Bob"
Murrell went with the team to cheer
them to victory.

Ten years experience, leferenees,
any music teacher In Ocala. any
music house In Jacksonville. "Phone
328. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tt
Modern cottages, an conveniences.
wel located and new. Apply to Joe-
eph Bell, at court house.

A fine soda fountain for sale: cost
$350; will take $150 cash for It Ap-
ply to 8. A. Moses & Brother, city.

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

Cottage 'at North Lake, Oklawaha,
for rent Apply to H. C. Jones.

Your prescriptions, when left at the
Court Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us:;
well call for and deliver your pre-

Delay in commencing treatment for

a slight Irregularity that could have
been cured quickly by Foley's Kidney
Remedy builds up the worn out tis-
sues and strengthens these organs.
Sold by al druggists.
Do net forget that you can find any.
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.

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There was a light docket this morn-
lug. The ces were: -
Johnale Williams, ryo : $0 or a*
Frank Williams. fighting: 816-bood
A. C. Coleman, roguery; $10 boad

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lewis aad
young John Lewis returned Sunday to
their home at Moss Bluf. Tomg
Lewis' head was tied am, but otber-
wise he seemed little the wore tor the
terrible wound he received emly these
.weeks ago. He was riding around with
Dr. Newsom la his automobile in the
morning as happy as any boy could
.be. So much for a strong coastit-
tion. an open a W life and an OCala
surgeon's skill.

Mrs. T. J. Killebrew, Jr., three
children and Mrs. Albert Adeocek a"d
two children,, both of Newto Ala.,
and daughters and grandchildren of
Dr. and Mrs. McClane, are willing
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. MClane at their
home on Pond street. Mrs. MeCleao'
father, Joseph Clyne. from Sitha. Al.
ka, came In also yesterday.. He ox-
pects to make his home with her tn
Ocala. -J. R. McClane of St. PLetabLr,
Fla., Is still visiting his brother, the
doctor. Mr. Clyne and the doctors
two daughters and children being ihes
makes a very interesting family re-
union, four generations being .repre.-

Rev. G. H. Harrison preached his
farewell sermon to a large congrega-
tion at the Episcopal church Sunday..
Mr. Harrison has been in Ocala for
three years, and has made many
friends, whose best wishes will aecoen-
pany him wherever he goes.

Mrs. Albert Davis, wno has been
visiting her brother, Mr. John Jul.a,
came up today and is the guest of Mrs.
H. B. Clarkson.

Mrs. Chase. D. Hulbert and little son
returned from Jacksonville today, ac,
companies by Mrs. Hulberts mother,
Mrs. George Campbell o Chicago.
Mclver & MacKay received three
new Jackson autr i this morning and
another carload is on the way.
Mr. C. R. Kreger, the Times-Unlon
man, returned today from a trip to

Mr. I. M. Perry, section foreman of
the A. C. I., went to Waycroess yes-
terday. where he will enter the raB-
road 'hospital for treatment. Nis
friends hope he will soon return, as
well at ever.

Miss Mildred Sumner returned to-
day from a brief visit to relatives at
Dade City.
Mrs. F. A. Teague pad little Frank,
Jr., came 'up today from Lady Lake to
be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. T.
Misses Minnie Lee and Catherine
Carlisle have returned from their visit
to friends at Mesanopy.

If you are looking for prompt
efficient service, send as your.
scriptions. or 'phone us and we
send for them. Nothing but the
used at the Postoffice Drugstore.


J. T. Stevenson, Atlanta; W. E.
Mathews, St. Louis; C. C. Sims and J.
W. Whitly of Tamps. were Sunday ar-
rivals at the Ocala House.
0. E. Paradise, Thomasville. Ga.; P.
M. Keigan, Chicago; Rev. N. H. Will-
lams. Jacksonville; L. B. Johnson, At-
lanta: Victor Smith, Jr.. Madison;
were Sunday evening arrival, at the
Ocala House.
Messrs- George Buard, B. B. Tram.
mell. C. H. Swindell, of Lakeland, were
guests at the Montezuma Saturday
We are showing the best 25c. box of
writing paper that we have ever had.
and if tou want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this from
the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. I. J. Brumby returned Soaday
from his visit to Jacksonville amd Sa-
Mr. H. A. Pausett went down to
Lake Weir yesterday, to visit his wile
and children, who are stopplag at
north lake. He returned this m*n-

A. I LAnsford of Oeala, .e sof the
business men of that city. was hers
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Ii -T.n,,(II ~fEL-hIOUS
-Some time same the Index express-
by some of the companks engaged in
A cress is Godss will gviag one way o e i amr t
.d ". r wll golin thel other way- It woUld result In great Wary to the
and eur will going the other way-
IBMJRev. Dr. Edward Young. Presby. state. Since then other apers have
Srtara, Brooklyn. taken the matter up and are diseas-
Right and Wroq. Ing It It will result. unless some-
One is a11 right whenr he pses-es thing is done by the commercial bodies
riches, position etc. but when they throughout the state, in throwing
Spossess i m him he is all wrong.-Rev. C. backward the march of actual devel-
W. Webb, Baptist. Aurora. Ill. opment
S. Mystery of God. The statement that families can be
o piati, of trhe mystery of supported on five acres may be true In
"T'-*O0* God In the form of man can be mnde holated cases and with some cros.
to the human mind. and therefore It But t with rore eropea
7 was nt conceived In the human mid But to drop hundreds and thousands
T It Was born from above.-Rtev. of people on us with this Ideupper-
Hyde, Methodist. Omaha. most In their minds Is positively crim.
S. Lif' Business. Ial
The business of life Is to become There can be no question but that.
godlike In character. Thought, feel- If a syndicate would get control of the
l .. g, will, the three powers of IntellU- lands lying along the upper section of
of rejlopmentw i bring tbit re.utl and running westward. peopling it
pi-- T. Edward Barr. People's with a gone class of farmers. with
i't il au.. .. bLs. holdings running from forty to eighty
-:. -. i Men Wanted by God. acrPR. we would be better off. and so
S. C 800 B. MAingU God wants men who are single heart- aol e would bcoer. But to preach
;." I. L 20 11. wer. ead a not double minded. He wants ould the doctrine w comer Bt to n fie achre
men who have the courage of convie- the doctrine of farming on five acres
^i' T 1. tion and who will do his work ncordi- is shameful. The following is the
SIIngto the laws as laid down by the view of It taken by the always safe
M" A E C IA L B A N K Bible.-IRe. J. H.EL Littell. I'rtesbyte- and conservative Tampa Times:
S" OMA L A i rimn WhfllAg W. Va. "There Is no question that the
.- "' : Mother of Prejudice. methods devised and put Into play for
SIgnorance Is the mother of all preju- the sale of Florida lands by certain
dice, and it is because we do not know real estate speculators will work In-
T IS BA K each other that we hate ,n# another jury o the state. These men buy big
. .It Ist a diTgrcce for ChrLtlanity t) de- tracts of cut-over lands. possessing a
"WPOs m dtsesestal men and women of ads ce for Chrlabityd value of probably not more than a dol-
iK" t .lIO a .nd uesu men and women of bounce Judaism, Its mother, and It lar per acre. They advertise the lands
:d,, ~AeW er *s e W roldtmabg territory. a disgrace for Judatim to be inimical flashily as the most fertile in the state.
, mS huM f Our customers represent the men an4 to Christianity, Its daughter.-tRev. To- every ten acres capable of supporting
r'106 h0:M bu 4 a e m t balldtsg sucesutal eaterprtes. blas Schanfarber. Methodist. ChIcagn a family In comfort and eventually
1 '6a.r ago" W me" L The Need of Pure Gospel. conferring wealh. The prices are gen-
SThe world never more than today erallymade $20 or $30 an acre on the
-hInstallment plan, the final payment
needs a pure gospel and undtflled re- usually falling due within paymea t
.1 -ilglon. The machinery Isat hand. The Is unnecessary to say that the pur-
,raw material is abundant on whieh topose -of the advertisers is to sell the
orMHT E k The Holy Spirit ,I the power lands at far above their value, and
I ""He will give the Holy Spirit to them that the method smacks strongly or
That ask." Have you that power?- fraud and false pretense."-Lake City
rB iE U Rev. Dr. W. A. Hunter, Presbyterian. Index.
1 JIInu.. iMI FWIERAS --
Value of Temperance.
p1;d T 4 W --Let the virtue of temperance be pro-
claimed in all the churches. Let the It wl be to learn that the leading no*
A. i M pr i l *in Pj family Inculcate In the children the writers te I the ever
S 1 sprltuaing from and life o temporal being trongest t s possible, each and every
oan Ingredient entering Into the composition
"A --. waS -o P, Sr obriety. Let the father and mother ofDr. o.'GoldenMedsMvery
Impress upon their children the terr- for the cureof weak stomach, dyspepsia,
4 ___'" ______iiI__JII______I______L ble consequences of drunkenuoss.-Car- eatarrh of stomach, "liver eomplaintk'
i.._ ,dinal G ibbons, Roman Catholic. Balti torpid liver, or billousnes, chronic bowe;
:. :. ,. ibosRo nathliBat more. affectfiis, and all catarrhal diseases of
AoroeL. whatever regime, name or nature. It is
Ije:ese.:., u: ss" uu==a Aim of Lire. alsoaspeeificremedyforallsuchchronic
Life Is reaL Life is earnest. LUfe or long standing cases of catarrhal atec-
O I .I.S C O8G hi an opportunity to do something for tious ind their resultants, as bronchial,
OLINS COLLEGEnthrotaonedd Ingdis(excepttosum-
A' O COLLEbe wasted with unintelligent activit s not so for a Cute colds arnd cough
COU t, I' ACAOUMY AND SCHNOLS OP MUSIC, EXPRESSION, The question is not. "Are you busyr but for ll ring, or chronic cam It is
especially efficaclous In producing pem-
-M ART% OOMUTIC AND INDOSTRIAL ARTS, AND but "What are you doing?" Is the end tures. It contains Blck Cherrybark,
U081/88. *and aim of your life to help God make Golden Seal root, Bloodroot, Stone root
SU" ".. 1 lh *this world better? It is not enough Mandrake root and Queen's root-all of
e e ane aiuOl hdM rd amn's dormitory now completed: electric even to be good, but we must be good which are highly praised as remedies for
4W=a. OWlfu 1heat; faily haltall the above mentioned affections by sueb
eeat; lar faulty; perfect health condi- for somthing.-Rev. J. Horace Mal- P sa
.....te ateicr g ulf liHrac minent medical writers and teachers as
,eetvi lum athlilbasketl teams chtin, tennis ourt, goi f in ks; Iowa, Congregationalist. Los Angeles. ProL BarLolowofefferson Med.
b'.s ,, IM Prt basketball teems champions of Florida in 1909. Cal. p o he Univ., of Ben;
Su a carter a a Milon dollars endowment; expenses moderate; anns,,W i.od, M. D., of Bea-
"'-. ls lavaflble; Christian but undenominatlonal; stands for Man Will s ett Mee. Chiago; Prof. John
-_The soveretgn will of man Is the l T of Ciincnnati; Prof. John
Comm"Ue.: : CULTURE :-: CONBU.T mightiest force In human life. It is of Cincinnati; Prot.
S" the absolutely fundamental power In Ndwn Chi Da of i ahnem nm
PFoer Caolegue Address the President: personality, the executive of the Indl- ly ei S ian eirte er
F.,r ,v',d' dual life. Every man Is a small e ise.
". ... '-- e km D, rP D. W ter P kark, F .. army of fscultes, but the will Ia the Mea
_____ ,'.,,f,. _. _____"_ ', ________ commander, the pilot that runs the ror ia"
n" :,,t ,.llllli il llll..l.I.i ,",ship,, who can bring It safely through
S I -- the stress of weather and wave to Itse i o ra
Sd ined harbor. The will is the kng guaranty of its merita.
oB the throne of the soul. We are not A iae atthis published formula will
. led Into right relations to God in our show that -Golden Medical Discovery'
A < OF STRAI rT, P n religious ife through the feellngs or .ndtains. phiu.h fulor habit-
the Intellect. It is not what a man r, tril ned reyeerine being use
'.N. C. cmO N w Umr knows or what he feels, but what he nSt leay. rineI entirely unobj
..,- vi wlls to be and do. that makes him a tionable and besides tsamost useful agnt
a-," <.Christian and a mnin.-Ro-. Cortland In ,.e cure of all stomach s well u bro
f t' C e b i i hMyers. Bapett Brooklyn. I the highest medical ath ty for is
The Church What People Make It. co in all ces exst.t h o naive,
SWe must remember that the church medicinal rvots and is safe and reliable.
-' -has grown up out of human life and A -booklet of extracts from eminent,
J. S right N. 0 ta Straight N. isrt purely a creation of the human heet edaal uthoriti endorn 5 an s
I a 4 Os WMaky C. Corn Whisky and intd. We have expected it to ie.nts m aieron ratab esL. . d
,; .:-.. i. perform miracles and to redeem the _- ___
.. ": world with a gesture. But there have
.., been no miracles, and so ~some of us T1E

in Fa ". --p q-t .f g a -_have decided that the church Is a fall
f i,.=.. II b- .- f HI 1 S-Cne ure. it Is a failure as a miraculous
,-. _._ne... ..ree was e.. COMMERCAL
creation, but t Is not a failure a COMMERCIAL
M C uWKIew F W ib US Every i a natural product of human life. It I
no, at an end In itself, but a means to PRESSING CLUB
moral and religious education. It re-
:-n"-' : :Blects man's nobilltes and his moral
EXRE z&PREPAID IN PLAIN BOXES poverty divin. C. B UDIM, srphr
man beings who compose It are divine.
.: .- It is powerful only as the human be- No. 6 Ft. King Ave, East. Phone, 144
[ia behind it put their power Into It.
si-a r This Straight North Carolina Corn There are as many styles of church as Work Called for and Delivered Prompt.
Whiky not to be a blend-not a there are types of men. The chur-b Is ly. All Work Guaranteed. White
g-hkpcomtd; not n Im.ion but Just what the people ke It-Rev. J. Trade Only -
re o whisky offl trn Jaynes, Unitarian. Newton, Mass
Ideal Church.
SMan's highest Ideals are God's crea-
Or today from the largest distillery in Florida tion. A bird's note. a bit of sunlight
Sr or the dream of angels gives umusie mn Sc
a a nd painting and sculpture. But man's C mwaretdfe0like a.u wma. l& b
B-,. Ideal Is God's real. This In clearly forstbeat rtwm r Ibae been tuaks mei
1 seen In the origin and life of the goahr,,ime.tfwitlrecommend Camentat
^,-s.:am II ^ UYr &C church of God in all ages, The Acts of our tomah and to kep th bowels tnmgood eon-
the Apostles show us the origin of the diti. Tbeyarery nice iea chu k. f.
S .. .. JaM Flg church In the little band of disciples rr s
who followed Christ. Then, empow- S 3at for
WP Lit .2 ered for a-gresslve work b (the de- Thcowels
W I W t or r i No. 2 cent of the Holy Spirit. they began
that mighty march through the cen-
turies which has not yet ceased. Their
Ideal elements were prayer, united and amCamm
Individual speaking. speaking every-
where the great paths of Christianity.
a plenteous visitation of God's spirit
makIng them bold In speech, united In 'asnmml. Pras ble. Po *St. 'r t elaa .bDOe 8oa4l
PAr D C V U iV spirit and generous of their means for sold blk. The e tab'aped CUC
H r.N < the common good of all belleverq. The er n. Remedy Co. Chicaror N .Y.
result of this was that great gr. ce rest- T
'-5. VIA ed upon them. men believed their unit- ALSA IL
,S^ ^ *ed and individual tectlmony. and the "--
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Len Winded Prea-ne.
Dean Lefroy, who -expres the
opInion that ten minutes I h@I
enough for a sermon, wold have met
with scant sympathy from some di
vines of past centuries ay the Wet.
minster Gazette.
Thomas Hooker cosidered thrm
hours a fair average allowanceu for a
sermon, though, on one occasion, whel
he was a 1, be let his congratIn. off
more lightly. Pausing at the end of
fifteen minutes, he rested awhile and
then continued his homily for two
hours longer. Cranmer* sermas were
each a small book when set up ia type
and Baxter, Knox, Banyan and Calvin
trely reached "Lastly, my brethren
under two hours
George Herbert once aid: "The par.
son exceeds not an hour in preanchin
because an ages have thought that a
competency," but a certain rector of
Bnbury, Gloucestershire, was of an-
other opinion, for he never sat dowa
under two bours. The sqalre, we
learn, usually withdrew after the text
was announced, smoked his pipe out-
side and returned for the blessing.

Revenge In Ceylon.
A system of ingalese "ack magic
peculiar to the Island is still practiced
In some parts of Ceylon. It is stated
that there are 4,440 different methods
of causing Ill to others. Here is a
translation of one of these methods of
dealing with your enemy:
"On Sunday eleven peya"-oae peya
equals twenty-four English minutes-
"after sunrise Yama Dev"-the god of
death and Judgment-"goes to the west.
Start at this hour; take a meal of
bluish rice; dress In red colored gar -
"Take a root of ginger at the time of
the zodiac of Aries; write oa It the
name of your rival, charm It 108 times
wrap It In a golden colored cloth and
place It In your waist.
"When you meet your rival, -look
straight Into his faee and break tbe
root in your hand. Within nIne peyna
he will be killed by an elephant, and
when seven months elapse sx other
persona of his family will me t the
doom."--Oeylon National Review.

A Gale by Another Name.
Doubtless there were many puVmdA
readers when a deep sea kpper roled
Into this harbor a few days ago and
reported that his ship had been be.
lated by a gale which had piped up to
force 10." "Force 10," It was ex-
plalned, meant something like a hurri-
cane. It is a term borrowed from the
Beaufort scale, a scheme of wind
measureauenits devised by the British
admiral Beaufort before the days oe
ocean going steam. Force 1 was a
calm, force 2 a light brese, and so oa
up to the hurricane velocity. Perhaps,
too, the Beaufort scale may give a
clew to those who have been wonder-
Ing for some time at the title of a
popular German picture. It Is Just ea
expanse of frownIng cloud and sorm
tossed billow, and the artist has named
t "windstarke 10, 1L"-New York un.
Digging For Moesy.
The honest workman was engaged
In excavating operations- e, he was
digging. The stray wayfarer of the
Inquisitive turn of mind stopped for a
moment to look on.
"My man," said the & W. at length,
"what are you dgft tForT'
The H. W. looked up.
"Money." he replied.
"Money ejaculated the amsed
S. W. "And when do you expect to
strike It?"


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rectly e tpmve blood. And lfa- bm & mIkqdl-
pure bstod is always da to a dim- yeo wll .eriaU s api
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Dyapepila. There
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OSa is at ams reeaed.

I wil buy all kinds of Jaak-Ireo. Steel, ba
Tin, Lead, Rubber. Baggins, barrels taSUer,
Boilers. Rails. Etc.. whether as ecod-ha"a or a 1
highest price n cash for same. Write or eal on --4f tM-.)"
what you have and were it is located.
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