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 27, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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: VID03230
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Dover, July 36-The dseepy town of
Dover E re d the keenest hill
kao In a gemeration whM at sue-
rise yesterday morning a white-wlag-
ed. btrl-ile machble with loudly
humming motor swept out from the
mhae obecurg the sea toward the dis.
teant Preuch coat and. circling twice
above the high chalky cliffs ot Dover.
alighted on nglish =OIL
A cal Frenchman, leriot, a portly
and red-mtacbed man ,o f7,des-
ceaded from the saddle, limpin en a
bandaged foot, which bad bee burned
ea his previous overland flight Im-
mediately two compatelots who had
bees waving a big Freaeh fdc as a
signal for the landing place, fell upon
him enthusiastically, embrace himn,
shouting and pounding him on the
back.
They, with a few English asMolder
and others who happened by chance
to be on the scene, were the only per-
sons to witness the finish of a. most
remarkable feat
Wi. Prize of a Mt
Bleriot left Les Baraques, France.
three miles from Calais, at 4:30 a a.
on one of the smallest monoplanes ever
used. He crossed the channel to a lit-
tle less than half an hour. twice as
swiftly as the fastest mail steamer.
HBi speed averaged more than 45 miles
an hour., sometimes It approximated
S miles. He kept about S20 feet above
the aea level and for ten minutes.
while about mid-channel was out of
eight of both coasts, and also of the
French torpedo boat destroyer which
followed him. with his wife and
friends aboard.
The wind was blowing SO miles an
hour and the sea was choppy. The
aviator was swathed in a single gar-
ment. of drilling. Impervious to the
wind, which covered him from the top
of his bead to his feet, only his face
showing. He wore also a cork life-
belt. An eyewitness of the landing
thus describes it:
"Very early In the morning a wire-
less message was received from Calals
that Bleriot Intended to make the
flight, then In quick sceesslon came
the news that he bad left and as
fast making Dover. o
"Hastening to the eliff, I advanced
there Just a moment before the air-
ship. which was flying fast, like a gi-
gantic hawk. Blerlot swooped over-
head, glancing from right to left, and
then turned his machine to the east
and came to the ground In the mead-
ow. It circled with cmuu*hm&te ease
oand made the landing gracefully, but
even though It touched the land light-
ly, it was slightly damaged."
By his achievement Bleriot won the
prize of $5,000 offered by the London
Daily Mail for the first flight across
the English channel, and stole a march
on his rivals. Hubert Latham and
Count de Lambert. both of whom had
hoped to make the attempt today.
A HORRIBLE HOLD-UP
"About ten years ago my brother
was 'beld-upv In his work, health and
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless consumption," writes W. R.
Uiscomb. of Washington, N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment from several doctors, but found
he help till he used Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He is a well man today."
It's quick to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
hagee, coughs and colds, bronchitis, Ia
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
feetions. Sec and $1. Trial bottle tree.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
HONORING THE AVIATORS
Crosses of the Legieo for Wrights and
National Re*egntlon fe Bleriet
Parts, France, July 27.-Paris is wild
over Louis Blerlot's aeroplane flight
over the English Channel BSunday
morning. The French people have
honored the Wright brothers, who be-
came chevallers of the Legion of Hon-
or on account of their remarkable
dlights at Lemans and Pau.
The Freach parliament is planning
to formally recog ise M. Bleriot's
flight. Just what shape the recognl-
tion will take is mnda cdd but a tre-
mendeus celebration is anticipated.


Herbert Lathai and the other aero-
pianists have congratulated M. Blerlot
on his achievement.
It you have palms In the back, weak
back. or any other atdliatlons of a
weakened or disordered coaditilon of
the kidneys or bladder, you should get
DeWitts Kidney sad Bladder Plls
right away when you experience the
least ign of kidney or bladder com-
plauint, but be sure that you get De-
wltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
know what they wi do for you, and
If you will send your name to K. C.
DeWitt & o., Chicago, you will re-
eelve a free trial box of these kidney
and bladder pills. They are sold here
by a rUP ON HIDES
HUNG UP ON HIDES


ate Ulelag the Agrewmnt of
the Cferenee Commaittee
shingto,. July 27.-In both the
e and the House yesterday the
Iree hdes element arrived early
had numerous short conferences,
teme of which was the prom-
a every hand to fight the propoe-


TAFT'S SOUTHERN TRIP
Will Voyage Dewn the Mississippi 3n
His Way to New Orleans and
Texas
Washington. July 27.-President W.
H. Taf's plans for his western and
southern trip In the fall are gradual-
ly taking definite shape. He has de-
cided that he will make the trip down
the Missistppi river from St. Louis to
New Orleans late in October as the
, guest of the deep waterways conven-
tion. which will be held In New Or-
leans upon his arrival there.
The date of the president's meeting
with President Dias of Mexico at El
Paso, Texas. has definitely been so t
for October 18. The president will
sped October 19 at San Antonio. Tex..
and then will make a four days' visit
to the ranch of his brother, Charles P.
Taft, near Corpus Christi.
Leaving the ranch, the president will
stop at Houston October 24, and go
thence direct to St. Louis to begin his
trip down the Mississippi.
President Taft added Columbus. a..
to the lst of places he will visit. He
made this promise today to a commit-
tee from the board of trade and city
council of that city, who were escort-
ed to the White House by President
Adamson.

..CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who value their own com-
fort and the welfare of their children,
shoeM never be without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children, for use throughout the sea-
soa. They break up colds, cure fev-
erishness, constipation, teething dis-
orders, headache and stomach trou-
bles. These powders never fail. Sold
by all drugstores. 25c. Don't accept
and substitute. A trial package will
be sent free to any mother who will
address Allen 8. Olmsted, Leroy, N.Y.
WRIGHT IS WRATHY
A Georgia Legislator who is Avrse to
Seeing Women Ride Astride
Atlanta. July 27. Representative
Wright. who is from a country dis-
trict has been properly shocked by
seeing a number of ladies in this city
riding "cross-saddle." This morning
he Introduced a bill making it a felony
for a woman to ride astride. The bill
carries a penalty of $10 to $100 fine or
adequate imprisonment Representa-
tive Wright never saw a woman ride
astride until he came to Atlanta.
Representative Wright Is evidently
not aware that women do not use a
side saddle anywhere except in Eng-
lish-speaking countries and a limited
part of Europe.
IF YOU KNIW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. SV.bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St.
Lots, Mo.
MAKING A BIG MISTAKE
Sioux Indiana Will Emigrate from
Dakota to Honduras
New Orleans. July 27.-That a col-
ony of Sioux Indians will remove from
the Dakotas to an unsettled tract of
land in Nicaragua Is declared by Little
Bison, a Sioux chief, who reached this
city from Bluefelds yesterday. He
went to Nicaragua to arrange with
President Zelaya for the concession of
the land. Little Bison declares that
he will Immediately take 100 Indian
families to Nicaragua.
*TESTED AND PROVEN
There Is a Heap of Solase In Being
Able to Depend Upon a Well-
Earned Rwleputation
Por months Oeala readers have seen
the constant expression of praise for
IDan's Kidney Pills, and read about
the good work they have done in this
locality. Not another remedy ever pro-
duced such convincing proof of merit.
Those. Ellinor, living at 316 Morris
St., Palatka, Fla., says: "A few
months ago I had a severe attack of
lame back. and was forced to stop
work. I could not bend over to pick
up anything without suffering in-
tensely and every quick movement I
made brought on such sharp twinges
that is really seemed as if a knife were
being thrust into my back. If I stoop-
ed. I could hardly straighten. I used
plasters and liniments, but received no
relief. I had previously used Doan's


Kidney Pills and had received such
beneficial results that' I resolved to
try them again. They cured me and
I have not had any kidney trouble
since. I told a friend of this remedy.
and he used them with the same bene-
ficial results."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Prieo r 0
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's--and
take no other.
FAN BARGAINS
An eight-Inels Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.


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and return. M. W. & M. F, July 1,


FREiID ACTS OF F


Drink Drove a New Bedford, Mass.,
Man to Murder His Wife and then
Commit Suicide
New Bedford. Mass., July 27.-Rob-
ert F. Fann;ng.( a wealthy society
man. last night waylaid his beautiful
wife n*-ar their home. He hacked the
body to ;.ieces with a tomahawk and
eCnet;aled the bo-dy in the roadside
bush', and then went home and wrote
the New Bedford chief of police about
the crime. He delivered the message
personally when he blew his brains
out b,:fore the police officer. at the
station house. dying instantly.
Panning had come to the ftatlon in
his automobile, and appeared to be in
a state of mind verging on insanity.
Lieutenant of Polie*_ Comstock, hear-
ing his story, said: "What Is it you
want ?.
"Just this!" ejaculated Fanning.
pulling a big revolver from his pock-
et. He placed the muzzle in his mouth
and fired before bystanders could
stop him.
The police then investigated the
story about his killing his wife. They
went to the spot where Fanning had
declared he killed his wife. and there
they found the mutilated body.
Fanning married wealthy Tina Hall
five years ago. She was the daughter
of the wealthiest West Point resident.
Later Fanning commenced to boose,
quarrelling frequently. Mrs. Fanning
went to the home of a neighbor Sun-
day. fearing violence, and started to
return last night, but was killed be-
fore her arrival. In the letter to the
police Fanning blesses his wife's mem-
ory and attributes the awful crime to
drink.

Women Who Wear We&
It Is -stont-blug how grum eha n gs
lfw years of married life often make In
the appearance and disposition of maay
women. The freshness, the charm, the
brilliance vanish like the bloom from a
peach which is rudely handled. The
matron Is only a dim shadow, a faint echo
of the charming maiden. There are two
reasons for this change, Ignorance and
negect bFew young women appreciate
the shock to the system through the
change which comes with marriage and
motherhood. Many neglect to deal with
the unpleasant elvic drains and wea-
nesses which too often come with maa
rage and motherhood, not understanding
that this secret drain Is robbing the cheek
of its fre mssh and the form of It
fairness.
As surely as the general health usorm
wben there Is daemet of the NeM1l
f the delicate woma rgan, so surely
wbefi ie organs ju published I
tothetactinl dcom b r
Smillionwomen have fond h
happlnew in the use of Dr. Pierce'$ F I
V.2jTPrescr1Dtlo%, It makes weak worn.
ea strong and sick wo welL Ingredi-
ants on label-contains no alcohol or
harmful habit forming drugs. Made
wholly of those native, American, medie-
Inal roots most highly nrvomanended by
lead medical authorities of all the ser-
oral schools of practice for the eure of
wonan's peculiar ailments.
For nursing mothersor for those broken.
d.wn in health by too frequent bearing of
children, also for the expectant mother
to prepare the system for the comn o
baby and making it advent eay and
almost painless, there is no medidne uite
so good asu "Favorite PrescriptioUm It
can do so harm in any condition of the
system. It is a most tent invigorating
tonic and strengthening nervine nicely
adapted to woman's delicate system by a
physician of large experience in the tert-
ment of woman*s peculiar ailments
Dr. piercee may be consulted by ltso
Rofcbarge. AddYs.Dr.iV.P


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general agents.


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"STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"


I ANOTHER CRAZED HUSBAND
The Massehusmgtte Tragedy Dupleat-
ed n Montana
Butte. Mont- July 27.-Possssed
of a desire to kill. after telling his
wife, her mother and sisters that he
had a mania to kill them, and that
they had better have him put away,
Philip O'Connell last night put his
threats into effect by killing his wife
and then committing suicide. Before
he killed Mrs. O'Connell he made a
vain attempt to murder his mother-
in-law, but only succeeded in wound-
ing her.
"I am going crazy. I believe. I have
a desire to kill you. your mother and
your sisters, at times, that is simply
growing impossible for me to shake
off."'s"uld the man some days ago. Yes-
terday morning he repeated the warn-
ing. The tried to soothe him, be-
lieving his was only a nervous afflic-
tion that would pass away.. Last
night he became violent, with the
above result.
BRAVE FIRE LADDIES.
often receive severe burns putting out
fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, euts
and bruises It's earth's greatest healer.
Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores,
bolls, ulcers, felons; best pile cure
made. Relief Is instant 25e at all
druggists.

AN UNUSUAL OPERATION
Transfusion of Blood from a Meridian,
Mississippi, Man to His
Sick Wife
Meridian. Miss.. July 27.-A rather
unusual operation was performed on
Mrs. Halley, the wife of Rev. Dr. I. A.
Halley, pastor of the Fifteenth Ave-
nue Baptist church, when, at a local
hospital, blood was transfused from the
artery o fthe husband to an artery of
the wife. The operation was per&
formed by Dr. Cole, a specialist of
Mobile, in the presence of other phy-
sicians of this city.
The husband bared his arm to the
skilled surgeon's knife, and an artery
in his arm was connected with an ar-
tery in Mrs. Halley's arm, and three
pints of blood passed from the strong
man into the body of his sick wife. Dr.
Halley stated that the operation did
not hurt him to amount to anything,
and he was hopeful that It had ben-
efited Mrs. Halley, who had been car-
ried back home after the operation
and who appeared to be doing very
well.
Some three months ago Mrs. Halley
was taken sick, and the family phy-
sician, Dr. Sarah Castles, was sum-
moned, and it was soon ascertained
that she was suffering from pellagra,
the disease that is said to be caused
from eating cornbread made of im-
perfect or immature corn. Drs. Track-
ett and Buchanan were called in con-
sultation., and it was decided that by
the transfusing of blood the sick wo-
man would be benefited. Dr. Hailey
states that Mrs. Halley has all the
symptoms of pellagra. She suffered
very much at first from a disordered
stomach, and then followed the erup-
tions, her hands showing the strong-
est symptoms of the disease. It is be-
lieved that Mrs. Halley now stands a
good chance to recover.
A CONTENTED WOMAN
is always found In me 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. 25c, 6ec
and $1 a bottle. At all druggists.
TYPEWRITER BARGAIN
For $10 spot cash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully $25;
want the room. Apply immediately,
Star.


BESIEGED BY WOLVES
Dreadful Experience of a California
Woman and Her Daughter
San Bernardino. Calif., July 27.-
Exhausted and on the verge of col-
lapse from their harroing experiences,
Mrs. W. J. Getker. wife of the Salt
Lake Railway station agent at Crest-
line. thirty miles east of here. and her
11-year-old daughter, reached their
home yesterday after a two days bat-
tle with a pack of wolves. For forty-
eight hours they had been Imprisoned
In a lonely cabin on a deserted ranch
eighteen miles from home.
While the husband and father, aided
by a gang of 150 section hands order-
ed out by the division superintendent.
searched for them. the woman and
child were beating off with clubs the
attacks of the wolves, which tried to
got at them by tearing off the sides
of the cabin and digging under its
foundations.
The mother and daughter were dis-
covered Monday morning totally ex-
hausted. They had sustained them-
selves with a few crusts of hard broad
found in the hut.
PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS
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 complaints. Only 50c


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wikig l ike a charm and already 2,.
,t'. S t Mf erebadise are banded
',-"b. ',y ty this undegnond paMge.
San redef ie nee W ad felt bI the pede&s-
4ghilewabome.
e'. nem-itta oadaofted the news-
Pwer b thrgwb the himense dry
MO&' .t- atf Marshall Field, the
.- imet a d n acst store in the world,
S i wh l over a million difereat arti-
S '"as ot mereham-se are represented.
/. ial trM coves an entire block
VwMt tse MuPeloa of a space 1s feet
| ". _.B I Pee
s ,'"- Ow hbots took us to the White
Sthe a se shore. way beyond
KAItrir was held. It Is
*or "everybody
e ~ set excepting
.ath5 r l. y cost a million dol-
sad hJmig from the crowd we
7 b a ay11'g Ihnvestment. The ex-
*P eeNt u e f~tmalshed is what at-
tuIe.P thsatdas. At present Creatore's'
I a'P .iie e daws thousaads to
..ar Whear ihe pl Frequently .0,
people euowd late the amphitheater'
*ad Uame board walks on either
\de of ,the hand stand to drink in the
iib e a the sweet notes.
A The M M.gt na railroad put at the
.e.p. al t the editors from every-
Where a special train of teo Pullman
cars, two diners and an observation
ear, and the service was up to date In
.' We p etrouh Iowa with its
o 8etch ft 0- miles of fertile fields.
rea a under their wealth of grain
S* .a. wit e waste landsl than In any
-othe s late i the Union. The crowd
* toppeded a Uneel, Neb.. the home of
the Peeries Leader and called on the
.... eat comaemer at'his splendid home,
"taratew,"-bt Mr. Bryan was absent
with hi secretary lecturing and doing
.well, a an editor from northern Iowa
remarked, be spoke there on the 5th
"> of Jiy and drew a check for the day's
r work among to ,s., Those who
-know day his daughter Is about as
Stable anattractive a speaker as is her
Althbegh we dMid not find the Peer-
les. m Oue at home, Mrs. Bryan did the
S hoe s -t gracilously by coming out
e the porch and shakaing hands with
Sher callers. Mrs. Bryan is a very at-
trative woman. In manners and looks.


The Commercial Club tendered a
banquet at the LUncel HoteL the lead-
I t he telfy of this bright and beautl-
Ste ity at 6M0W people, a place made
the more attractive by Its beautifully
shadd streets. The banquet was a
Sroyal feast and all did ample justice
to the elegant spread.
Is the mornnlg we found ourselves
at Alliamee, S miles west of Omaha.
y out on the prairies, which 25
,'eas agi was the habitat of prairie
M coyotes, cowboys and cattle. but
today dotted with beautiful towns and
Sesit and the dreary landscape con-
verte Into beautiful towns and cities
W farms, where waving fields of
a I ad tack tell the stor3 of pro-
- SW and wealth. C. L. BITTINGER.


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THU FINANCIAL PORTION
A smembnaman and his wife were comn-
a e m a Lth to Loandon by boat.
SWham 'the Yerkhire coast a great
astr aries ano the vesset had several
-arrow epaapes troam _ftndering.
"O, omy:-" moaned his wffe, "I'm
M a ead V' esth. but I dima car# to
gee at 4*-*
"Diana tkhik deeinl' yet," anwer.
-. je Maa. "but when ye d4s ye'd better
be.w med at pea than anywhere else."
S "AM why, Sandy" asked his wife.
"W hy? mela-eed Sandy. "Because
ye W* U M eam M e mmekie to bury."
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a %,. '," F JACKOON

S. a-*oh an old Confederate
911-i-. aa a p-aae of the Twenty-
-* tsMTo cavalry, died at 11 'clock
'4 0 puta t hb b t e ds dMe n M ev -
S^reet, et apoplexy. with
Se wa stricken last 'Wednes-
eh *Mr lackon swas born Septem-
herA- UL n Nwafo m and was.


INK4. h AL IPRKMAN
ILL TO EUROPE
Tampa's congressmaI will spend the
next three months abroad. Last night
CongresIman Sparkmmm left over the
Coait Line for Wnwhingtom, where he
wim meet a number of other states-
men with whom he will travel in
urope this summer on Important
government business.
The European party wi. consist of
the national waterways commission.
created by the recent. Congress. with
such aides ap are necessary. Every
man connected with the party in
either an American senator or con-
geeman, and the trip is made purely
for business purposes. From Washing-
ton the party goes to New York, sall-
Ing from that port August 2.-Tampa
Tribune.
There is more eatarrn la this sec-
tif, of the country than all other dis-
enase put together, and until the last
few yearsm was supposed to be incur-
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease and pre-
scribed local remedies, and by con-
stantly falling to cure with local
treatment, prmoncuned It Incurable.
Science has proved catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It Is taken Internally in
doses from 10 drop to a teaspoonful.
It sets directly on the blood and mu-
ecs 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. Bold by drug-
gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.

VERY WELL SAID
One reason why Florida pays m-,re
In pensions than other Southern
states is that the old veterans live
longer in Florida.-Tampa Tribune.
SKILLED PAINTING

I am prepared to take any job of
paInting. no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the wore desired
may .be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do it
right Houoes painted inside and out.
Gralning, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tf
EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL
GIVEN BY MARTEL SOCIETY


The Martel Epworth League gave a
social on the evening of July 23rd at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Ausley. The leaguers and visitors par-
ticipated In games, cake and flemonade.
Everything passed off pleasantly and
all expressed themselves as having a
good time. The next devotional meet-
ing orW the league will he held on the
evening of the second Sunday in Au-
gust, and will be followed by the busi-
ness meeting. Visitors invited.
J. H. BATES. Reporter.
Martel, PFla.. Jidly'i26. 1909.
Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stop. 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.
PAUL JONEV' LOG
An Historical Document Found in
New Hampshire
Laconia. N. H.. July 27.-The orig-
inal log of Paul Jones' ship, the Rang-
er, has been found among the effects
of Erastus P. Jewell, by the executors
of the will.
The relic is valued at about $5.000,
although it was picked up by Mr. Jew-
ell at a hook Ptore on Cornhill,. norton.
for 50 cents.
The beginning of the log appears to
be in the handwriting of Captain
Jones. The first entry is as follows:
"The first part of the 24 hours fair
and pleasant. At 4 p. m. fresh breezes
and clandy. At 8 D. m. fresh breezes
and a Dutchman. and unfurled the new
flag to show our colors."
No dates are given with the early
entries. At the end of each page ap-
pear the words. "occurrences. bearing
and distanu-e at noon.-
In some places the words "log of the
Ranger- appear and in others this i.L
changed to "the United States conti-
nental ship Ranger."

Delay In taking Foley's Kindey
Remedy if you have backache, kidney
or bladder trouble, fastens the disease
upon and makes a cure more difficult.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy today and you will soon be
well. Why risk a, serious malady?
Sold by all druggists.

A SAD DISAPPOINTMENT


Kent. Ohio, July 27.-"Now. we'll
read some news from lpapa." said Mrs.
Walter E. Powers. of Suffleld. whose
husband has for some years been a
prominent civil engineer in Cuba. Italy.
and other countries. as she gathered
her two little boys to her side and
opened a letter from Cuba. It was
from Secretary J. S. Hoskinson. of the
Tropical Engineering andt Construction
company, and stated that Mr. Powers
was dead. He went to sleep in his
usual health and died of congestion of
the brain during the night. He was
buried on a hill at Saga Ile Glande.
and the body cannot be brought home
for two years. Powers was 42 years
of age.


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


MUST HAVE MONEY
New York. July 27.-Secretary Nagel


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A PLAGUE OF ANTS.

The VieMue Inse t Are a Nuisanee In
SouthwestenoAfricA.
"Ants-white, black and yellow-are
a great nuisnce In Nigeriat" says
Charles Partridge In "Cross River Na-
tives." "They march from place to
place io nilitnry formation. Some c:ir-
ry their yjung. others bear food, ard


ON HER MUSICAL EAR
A Virginia Lady Shet Up Her Hnm-
band Because ha Insisted a
Playing thme Graphaphe e
Newport, News. Va., July 27.-Be-
cause Lewis Einwick insisted on play-
ing his graphaphone. he Is In the St.
Francis hospital with a bullet wound
In his leg and arm. and his wife. Jose-
phine E. Elnwick. is locked up at the
police station charged with the shoot-
ing.
Einwick awakened his wife vester-
day morning by playing the grapha-
phone, and when he refused to stop.
Mrs. Einwick seized a rifle and shot
him through the right arm. Physic-
ians dressed the wound and Einwick
was able to walk around the house.
Again in the afternoon he started the
machine up. and when he refused to
stop it. Mrs. Einwick shot him in tht
right leg with a revolver. He was
removed to St Francis hospital and
his wife arrested.

DEMORALIZING SALOME DANCE

Exhibition is Too Tough for Even the
New York Police


scouts and a fighting escort are always New York, July 27.-Police Commis-
on duty. Their column looks like a sooner Baker announced that he was
long black snake curving along the responsible for the arrest of Gertrude
ground. Hoffmann, the Salome danceT, Satur-
"They leave behind them a well day night, and that he did not care
formed road about four Inches broad who knew it.After the police court
forced road about four Inches broadproceedings the tommissloner was
and half an Inch deep. worn smooth by seen at his office. 300 Mulberry street.
the tread of the countless throng. and asked why he caused the arrest
"They do not bite when the sun Is of the daneor..
high, but woe betide the hapless wi;bt "I had already spnt six persons up
who comes In their way at other tinfer! there to see the exhibition," replied
While traveling throuab the bush you the commissioner, "and two of these
occasionally find them In possession of were civilians without any conreetion
with the police department. The re-
a action of the road. Perhaps ycu are ports that I received were unanimous
In the midst of them before you d15 in declaring that the exhibition was
cover the presence of your small but lascivious, lewd and highly improper.
fierce adversary. The first man bitten Th n I decided to investigate for my-
yells out something meaning, "'Ware self, so I took Deputy Commissioner
ants!r and we all hurry forward, stamp- Stover with me. I want to say that
Ing vigorously. Those of us upon my opinion is in strict accord with
whom the little warriors have fastened the reportofn the six pabnvei1tator.
The exhibition Is palpably lewd and
tear off our clothes and nip the foes to 1,,rpTely lasevious.
death. My little black horse always -The show is a disgrace and will not
wanted to turn back when be caine to be tolerated in this town as long as I
a column of ants. My dog Bob, a na- am police commissioner. On Septem-
tive. used to dance like a bear on hot, her 1 ntxt a neuw law will go into effect
bricks when the driver ants rot be- covering these Indecent performances,
tween his paws and had to be held which will enable the commissioner to
down while they wre plucked out get after the owner or lessee of the
down while they wre plucked out. theater producing such objectionable
"One night I suddenly awoke with a exhibitions and revoke the license.
feeling that something was amiss. All The Salome dancer was arraigned
tht bnih .nld f .as *k- O--_._. -- 4-


Uie oUUIe U jo a pets. UU U hIna es,
lizards. rats, toads. centipeds and spi-
ders. seemed to be bestirring them.
selves restlessly. No sooner had my
foot touched the ground than 1 knew
what It was. for a fierce bite told me
that the driver ants were upon us
"On lighting a candle I found a col-
umn marching across the floor and a
whole regiment attacking my bed. I
roused the assistant district commis-
sitoner, and eventually, using wisps of
burning paper, we drove out the en-
emy. Fire or hot ashes are the best
means to use for expelling them."

A HOTEL DINNER.


The Husband Ordered It, and His Wife
Criticized It.
On the midnight train ride from
town, where be and his wife had been
entertaining one of his best patients
at dinner and the theater, the subur-
ban doctor spoke bitterly:
"What a dinner! And it cost $15,
The cooking In these big hotels Is atro-
elous. They smear sauces over every-
thing. I suppose It is to bide poor ma-
terials."
"It isn't the fault of the cooking that
our dinner was a failure. It was Its
selection that doomed It"
"What was the matter with the se-
lectdon?"
"You should not have done the or-
dering. You have your meals chosen
for you almost every day In the year.
It Is the women of people In our cir-
cumstances who ought to arrange the
menus at restaurants. Look what you
ordered! Bisque of lobster-a soup
with a body of thick white sauce.
Sweetbreads-cooked, as usual, with a
cream dressing. Virginia ham with
champagne sauce-a brown sauce as
thick as molasses. Then for dessert
you took a chance on pudding Relne
Victorla--candled fruit and lady fin-
gers swimming In soft custard."
"Well, how Is a fellow to know?
Lobster soup, sweetbreads. Virginia
bam and pudding Relne Victoria-It
sounds fine."
"But a woman knows that It Is a
wretched combination of splendid
dishes. It is the woman's dull duty
to choose menus for 365 days In the
year. She learns a good deal about
selection. Yet when a sum of money.
equal to a week's food expenses, Is to
be squandered on one dinner at a
hotel'it is the man who seizes the
menu and tries to look capable. He
makes a failure frequently, as you did
tonight It would have been a pleas-
ure for me to order a fifteen dollar din-
ner-a change from manipulating din-
ner for four on $1. But men feel too
Important In a restaurant to submit
the menu to their wives for assist-
ance."--Exchange.


He Came Back Hard.
"That boy," said the' Billville farm-
er. "beats my time! Jest now when I
quoted Scripter to him he come back
at me hard!"
"You don't say!"
"Shore! I told him to gt a hoe an'
roller the farrow. Thar's gold In the
land.' I said. An' what do you reckon
he made answer?"
"You tell It"
"'Father.' he says. 'I don't keer fcr
the gold o' this here world. I've laid
up treasure in beaten: "-Atlanita Con-
stitution.


Fair Warning.


before Magistrate Steinnhart in the
Wc-st Side police court Monday on a
charge of violating Section 1530 of the
tode, which deals with performers
who do not take time to dress before
appearing on the stage. On the re-
iuest of her counsel, Marcus Meyer.
the case went over to today.
There was a lively time in court, as
. the dancer wanted it understood that
her arrest was an outrage and a blow
at art. Miss Gertrude, supported by
her husband. Max Hoffmann. reached
the courtroom early. The rancer had
been bailed out in $500 by George
Con-.sihne.



CASTORIA
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Bears the f
Signature .f


O1.0. 0. F.
Tulula Lodge. No. 28
L 0. 0" F. meets ev-
ery Tuesday evening
in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
ways welcome.
W. L. Colbert, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. O0. R. M.
Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30. at
Yonge's Hall. W. Gray, C. of R.

, INIGETS OF PTEIAS
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.

V OCALA LODGE
NO. 286
I.P. 0. L


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


OCALA AERIE
NO. 1814 F. 0. L


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

+ F. & A.M.
-k Marion-Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets in the
temple on the first and
/ third Thursday even-
ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13. R. A. M.
Regular convocatiosia of the Oeala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. Mv on the 4th
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottlieb. H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.


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To Wearers of Good Clotea

This i sto Into=.Ib|s
fall season begins I ll1 -i
class &i loring d ww.t ient ir

sMy prices. taoii i-
the pastf be the vetj Iq-, t- t
and workmanship onaoidaer.
on hand & nie s-sogimnt of, w@
so that I can take care @of. swa ,4
thing is In shate I will be In po..,
out a pair of pants within fi w r,
ing the measure and a anut in- thS
youf will have the oppomtuity t" g
you want just when, aydAIts
able figure. "


I will however, oontu to
or two of th g tailoring o
country. This :,.4o. in order ,,b ceep r
with the very lItest in tailoring. \


I will -also bh nle'a frt"
ready-made garments for 1n Inf ftl"aj


I want to impress on you thi t:
If at any time after yo have bught a sU I
me, it does not,'give *asfaetion I stahd r
to make'it satiffaotory; even thoughtit h .
the MAKING of a new garment. I am here tsu
that you are created d right,. :


I will keep repaired, cleaned aMd
the clothes you buy of me,- free of. ohs&
work, will be done with an Electriq Vao i i
which draw Qout the dirt instead of rubiu i

Soliciting your patronage, a a
you that everything will be as repr*e*ntd

Yours for square dealing, ",:'



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GAVE THE SALUTE.

The Old Soldier. Obeyed the Co-Man
of the Younng ONer.
At Siboney during the apenish-Amer-
lean war a young lieutenant of a vol-
unteer regiment was odicer of the
guard one day. and as be was trotting
about In bIs new khak uniform be no
ticed a man dressed In what looked
like the cast off clothes of a private
soldier coming toward him.
The man was apparently ftyve to
sixty years old oft dark complexion.
with hair and mustache streaked with
gray, and was clad a a taded blee
army shirt, open at the neck, khaki
trousers covered with mad tucked late
boots In the same condition and a gray
campaign hat much the worse for
wear and having several holes cut in
It for ventilating purposes.
He was strolling along, with his
hands In his pockets, and passed the
young lieutenant without a salute or a
sign of recognition of his rank.
This was more than the young O-
cer's dignity could stand, and he stop-
ped the madi with a harp -Halt.
there!" -
The man halted and faceed about
and the lieutenant asked:
"Are you In the army?
"Yea, sir," was the reply.
"Regulars or volunteer m -
"Regulars, sir."
"Haven't you been In the n serie


long enough to know that ft is custom
ary to salute when you meet an oeicer
In uniform?"
"I know that, sir, but down here
were sort of overlooked salutes and
ceremony."
"Well I haven't, and I want you to
understand it Now, attention!"
The man stood at attention
"Salute
The salute was given.
"How long have you been ta the

"About thirty-five years, sir."
Well, you have learned something
about army regulations and cutom
this morning. Remember who gave
you the lenon and wh you meet me
In uniform salute. I am Lutenat
- of the Now, whats yom
same and megiment?".
The man who bad receMed the les
son had been smiling slightly unde
his mustache. Now be stralghtenee
up. saluted again and replied:
"General Adna R. Chaffbe sir. esm.
manding the -th division."
When the dazed lieutenant found the
use of his tongue again an@ began to
excuse himself the old general mid
kindly:
"Mat's all right, my boy. Tog were
right. Of course you didn't know. I
suposee I do look pretty rough. and an


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of Jieksonville. were at the Ocala writing papers in the city titan we Hie Meek Returt.
House yesterday. carry. Come In and look it over if 'Convitetd" exclaimed the prisoner
you want something really nice. Ty- in dIggsL "Wel, 'm not surprised
0. E. Paradice of Thomasville, and dings & Co. My lawyer made a fool of hlimelt."
W. N. Armor, of Eastman, Ga., we- o "I tried to repreum t you falthMhily,
at the Ocala Hoiuse yesterday. FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms trie r vsmty faihul,
for light housekeeping on first floor; emad te lawyer mildly.-Juge.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, two all conveniences. Also one nicely fur-
blocks from square, nir-dern conven- nished bedroom on second floor, one-
lences; 24 Watula stre' L half block from A. C. L. depot. Apply HOUSE FOR RENT
34 Oklawaha avenue.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville. 34 awaa avenue. A new seven-room house for rent.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c. FOR SALE-$300; auto buggy. 40- on Daugherty street. Apply to A. G.
each; $7.68 per dosen. Inch wheel, solid rubber tire, 20-horse- Gates.
power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather
We have a most exquisite line of top; refitted with new parts. Box 173, If you are looking for prompt and
fancy Imported., china in many dif- Ocala, Fla. 7-6-6td1tw efficient service, send us your pre-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly scriptions. or 'phone us ani we will
Drugstore. To he prescription department Is the send for them. Nothing but the best
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy used at the Poetoffice Drugstore.
There was only one case in the reliability, .romptness and pure drugs
mayor's court this morning. A negro have made this department of our We are showing the best Wc. box of
was fined $3 for failure to pay hack business one of the largest in the writing paper that we have ever had.
fare. E. T. Helvenston presided. country. Send us your prescriptions, and if you want the entire value of,
Tydings Co. your quarter, don't fail to buy this from
FOR RENT-My residence recently the Postoffice Drugstore.
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd, No. 24
Watula. streeL Apply Dr. J. Walter Look over our line of toilet prep-
Hood. 7-10tf rations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumer., powders and
Miss Mildrel Shealy has returned to soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
her home at Anthony. after a week's Company.
visit with her aunt, Mrs. Ed Carmi-
chaeL Your prescriptions, when left at the
FOR RENT-Flve-room house near (Court Pharmacy, are compounded"
pumplag station. Apply to YL C. from pure and freh drugs. Phone us:
JoneI Ocala Bottlink Works. Ocala. we llcall for and deliver your pre-
Fla. -25-tf scriptions.
If the glare of the sun hurts your A BAD SHOT
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses A
from us for 25c. The Postofflce Drug. Macon. Ga.. July 27.-While seated
store. at the dinner table, Adolphus Daniels
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well located on South Third street. y
Appl) to 1P. W. Ditto or to Gur Tp,
at the Montesuma hotel
FIRE WOOD-F-RE WOOD
We have a large supply a nre weed,
both pine and oak, replace sad sto -
lengths. GOod seasoned wood.
A IG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
delivered, cash. Call at factory or
PHONE 17-4@&. GILES a CO.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Ssetio 8 of Chap.
ter 48 L oaws FIrnds. A.
Notice is hereby given that T. P. 0
Drake, purchaser of tax certlfeat
No. 519. dated the 3rd day of JuMn .N
A. D. 1N7, has filed maid certilcate i
my office, and has made apieQim a8
for tax deed to Issue in1 aceafse W1i
with law. Said certificate em raas
the following described property aft-
uated In Marion county., Porida toe
wit: w% of se% see21 tp IS 8 1 r -
s0 acres. The said land being iNm- f.
ed at the date of the jiahgme aue ac
certificate in the name of T. B. I Ap-
belL Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed accorfd1 to law. tax deed
will Issue thereona 0n the ihday of d
August, A. D. 1S. o
Witness my ofidal signature a.4W'
seal this the 24th day of July., A. D.
19". T. MLTRUNEL
Clerk Circuit Court, Marleo OB. n).
NOTICE OF APPLICATION POR'


I .
EllA ITtORLANDO TOOK THE FIRST a I -
Orlando won yesterday the first of a
series of three games from Ocala. In A
S the former city. A feature of the
same was a home run knocked by -
0"d tewbas meet toight. Doealdson Ocala's red-headed second-
So baseman. Brown pitched for Ocala Robin Hood Sliced AApdok
ilinl eases at the Ocala News Co. and only gave four hits. The score
Swas. Ocala. 3; Orlando s. Ocla cer N. 1 1-S 16c.
Mrs. Frank Pelot of Levon was thinly made a good showing against
the city soppag today. what is conceded the strongest team Robin Hood Sliced Pmfbf,
outside a league in the state. The en-
FS0U -A--A uto lamp. Apply at thuslastic fans at home expect to O. 1 1-2 150.
t i ee-" hear of a victory this afternoon. The0.
r. .M.. Ie has returned f returns will be posted at the Postof- NO. 1 BrI mUft Hea tng Roe,
Mr. M. M. Little has returned from ice Drugstore today and during the
his visit to his family at Sutherland. rest of the week. *10C f 25e .
Picture p~sle post tards at the Mrs. Ed Carmichael will leave Wed-
Ocali House. nesday for Pine Bluff. Ark., and St. i
Mr. C. A. Port and wife are visit- gust with friends. Sept. let Mrs. Car-
Ing relatives across the river. michael will visit Miss Donnelly In.
Omaha, Neb.. and with a party of GROJJ.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle, friends visit the state fair at Lincoln.
at the Postoffce Drugstore- Mr. Weller Carmichael will, not ac-
company his mother, but will leave for
Albert Oraham went over to Gra- college in *September. Mrs. James AUTUM LEAVES.
hamville today to visit relatives.. Engeser will accompany Mrs. Carmi-
chael a. far as Memphis and will visit F._ _
Have you seen the picture puzzle her mother in Texas. and will visit Ch e of Clr From rm
post cards at the Ocala News Co? Red or Yelow or reus.
Despite the eammonncm of autumn
Mr. J. M. Welch of Holder was at SDei T tog we eo aot y knew the full
the Montezuma yesterday. m ean l g of autumn etolo of leaves.
S ordoses W I cure any case We do know that late In th smm
tor ch d and fever. Prie any cthe tree i preparng for the test fall
Sh aby drawing tdf valuable sotmPes e t
J. F. Atkins and P. H. Gilpin of Chi- the leaf aito the stem. It aloo ema0s
cago were at the Montezuma last night. to ake ldrpyl (the reen sub.
stance of the let which aids n the
The latest books just received at the DON'T NEED GLASSES making of the plant's food), and tihI
Ocala News Company. gradually fades away In the brightI
Many people do not need glasses but light. By fading It exposes to view
Mrs. Washburn is attending the W. most people do. any other colors to the lest and all
C. T. U. meeting at Belleview today. You may be one of the majority. lives contain yellow colring t
There are two ways of finding out. called atb L who. e ftwMtl Is
Mr. R. A. Burtord has returned One-await for time and disease to
from a visit to his family at Seabreeze. drive you to It. not knownla t 1b th wMeh gin
Two-Consult us about It the yellow color to autumn leaves.
Peroxide Cream. for the complexion, We Can Tell You whether or not you The red l formed dWiffrnsmly. In
at the Court Pbarmay7. need them and charge nothing for con- bright light and cool temperature a
sultations. DR. D. M. BONEY, new substance, called erythrophyl, is
Hampton's Magazine for August at Eyesight Specialist, made from sugar and tannin In the left
Ocala News Co. Ocala, Fla- celle, Md that has a red color. A
OfficeChours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30 b Iownsubstanee is also
Pla s Ch.ll Tonic. guaranteed to to4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- f m Ill,. keen o
e ell and fever. 25cent oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block. t mef. Itself turns brown s the leaf
Call -and see the new books at the 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING dies. It Is te variou comblnatus of
the Ocala News Co. these 'ubstanees that give the many.
How is that. This is not an auto- shades of atum colors. 0Some sta-
Mr. and Mrs. H IW. Tucker now mobile, but one of those new 8-inch dents think these 0alo ae a m1e1 l
have rooms at the Perdue House. Westinghouse electric fans that I protection to the M IviI protoplaM (life
Nunnallys fine candles fresh every have Just received. Let me place one material) Of the S t after the green
week only' at the Postffice Drugstore. or two of them In your home or on dJsappe l Potctink t 1aga6ut the
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec- full blase of light, which is injurious,
5 or 6 doses will cure any ae trical supply man. but others think the colors have no use
of C s and Fever. Price 2c. PANO TUNING at all, but are simply the incidental
PIANO TUNING chemical remit if the procesaems In the
D. H. Warner and W. H. Morrow of Ten years experience. References, ripeing and dying leaf.
Atlanta were at the Oala House yes- any musl teacher n Ocala any A yet theweight of evidence seems
t music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone to favr the latter view, bat the mat-
It. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville. 228. A. IL Lansford. city., 1--tf tr I still unsettled. It Is generally
will sen any make of second-hand thought that frost has sonethlng to do
typewriter, upon easy terms If desired. HOUSES FOR RENT with It, but It has not. except to hasten
It Anything which affects the vitality
Modern cottages, an convenlenes.a thelmif'endsto hasten itfor wbich
M. D. Abrams and Alvis Williams, well .tedad now. Apply to Jos- e l e o
of Cincinnati, were at the Ocala House wel oteg d a ewo.Apply to Jo rea an olu n dbran of a mtpl
yesterday eph Bll, t court houe. will often show red autumn color even
In summer.
A new hlipment of that famous Al- SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE The colo sare brightest where the
pine Flax Jut received at the Court fe7 rece the mostBrilat san
Pharmacy. A fine soda fountain for sale; cost leve8 rec rWve tire mmt. iut sun-8
$3250: will take $160 cash for It. Ap- shb.-' inr W. P.oanou in ..
Mr. C. M. Dickinson, the Seaboard plyto S. A. M O Res & Brother, city.
Air Line passenger agent at Tampa. A Sow Hors.
was in town yesterday. ROOMS FOR RENT ne time whe he was quite a
We havo the nicest line of hair Elegant furnished rooms for rent at youg man o hired a Uvery
brushes, combs and other toilet artl- the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C. stable hose to atte a ve.lo
els In the city. Tydings & Co. Jones. where he expete to be nominated
tfo some ocee. The bose went so
Mrs. E. L. Payne and her pretty COTTAGE Al OKLAWAHA slow that wben he reached there the
little boy have returned from their cottage at North Lake, Oklawaha, as ove and the other tel-
visit to Wildwood. for rent. Apply to H. C. Jones. low Wmitet On his return he
Sy h Irately asked the table keeper f the
Try a box of that sunburn cream. INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS borse was good for anythit at alL
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court -Tes, for drawing the hearse to fu-
Pharmacy. I have just received a lot of the erain," was the reply. Lincoln ad-
celebrated Halophane glass shades for vIsed hm earnestly never to send that
Mr. Charles Peyser returned yester- electric lights. These shades Increase horse t a m aL fo It he did Sdg-
day from a threereeks' visit to New your light power 75 per cent. Try y w ai bfo t
york. ate k itthem. H..W. Tucker, the electric sup- met rr e d
r ply man. corps leached the grave.
The Ocala News Co. are agents for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We Bear in mind we carry a full line of Gaes,
ran ft you. Give us a trial. Staffords and Carter's Inks; also A Georgla editor wants to know In.
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala what part of the country the most,
Mr. Walseman, of the New York News Company. gm are -" be found. That in hard
Packer. Is in the city. a guest of the to ._ weIa Ca.1- er-
Campbell House. LOST-Between Ocala Furniture toLa 8ySoe ould suge Camtor
company's store and Holder block, gold some GeorgIn, rome Temsee,
WANTED-< or 5-room cottage in sunburst pin with pearls and diamond sm Mehusetta om New York.
healthy neighborhood. ApIply to X. X. center. Return to D. W. Davis. Hol- and, maybe, some peelally mean ones
X., Star ofjce, der Block. 6-24-tf the District of Columbl.-Washlngto
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October rowt sad
with his andly, fte e ab us lw
to Marion county. He e op t to -*
10.00 boxes of oraag out of Ma
and Lake eounte&.
Mr. and Mrs. C.t aa ofiaaM left
ths morning trained for at v to t0om
couse and Atlanta.

Mrs-. Bertha Varn a M~ iA. A.
Dicker on of OBricn ae at tn O
Monteuma y -estrday. M. a -P a=
to Ocala to consult Or. Boper.

locate in Ocala. He will mb "


Hon. EK L. Wartmana af Cof vane
among the noted meN at thp 0)6ta
House yesterday.
Messr. E. Walker w" Master Mj T
House yesterday.


Emmet WIlUam colored was am-
rested by Deputy Hutms a Itow 4
ago on the, charge of steal wNaW
from Keatlnga salon some wek atno
He was tried in Jadoe Betrs not.
this morning and as the idleamo wag
not quite strong eough to e-M-
him. was discharged.
E. A. White. St. Petersburg. C. P..
Miller, New Orlewft DI. &
Charleston, and J. P. Gamftr,. k.,
of Punta Gorda. were at the Mamf-
Zuma last night.
Dr. 8. H. Blitch and M n 5J-ugh
O'Haver of Bitehton, were gasit o
the Ocala House yesterday.
J. T. Hutchins. Romeo; W. 3. & ar.i
man. Plant City; J. H. OurmMIs,
Holder and 0. 8 Zlpperer. of 9iais1
Ion. were at the Ocala House yesir.
day.

Mrs. G. C. Crom and children, Miss
Eleanor and Master Frank. and M10
Olive Weston, leave tomorrow for a
summer visit to the pretty mountain
town of Roswell, Ga.'
Mr. C. C. Stephena and niece. Mki
Bessie Rawls, I ve returned trom
their visit ti Tarpon Springs..
Mr. I. I. Caldwell of Master's store,
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Turner, out
in the country.
Misses Ona and Ida Deese, two
pretty young ladles, who have been
holding positions In Coben's big d'r
goods establishment in, Jacksonvlle,
are now cleiks In Marcus Frank'
store.
Mrs. Sylvester came up from St. Pe-
tersburg today, to visit her son, Mr.
J. W. Sylvester.
Edwards' meat market will elks at
3 p. mn on Thursdays.

Gen. T. D. Lancaster left on Sunday
for a visit to relatives and old friends
in Georgia and Alabama. His many
friends here hope he will return much
benefited by the trip.
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eases like tuberculosis, acute alcohol-
Ism, melancholia, convalescence from
fevers. poisoning from various drugs,
and so forth, may cause the bodily
warmth to become subnormal. In-
juries and surgical shock also origi-
nate the same effect. Starvation al-
ways Induces a gradual fall.
Low temperatures are always dan-
gerous. and unless a reaction quickly
ensues, by aid of relief measures, a
fatal termination may be expected.
The lowest recorded during life that
may be regarded as reliable Is one re-
ported by Duffy In which the ther-
mometer registered 84 degrees F.
Death enimed the following day.
The body, however, can withstand
extreme cold more readily than It can
extreme heat before the regulating
center becomes disordered, and so,
other things being equal, freezing to
death Is not as common in coid cli-
mates as sunstroke Is in warm.
Refused to Accompany Her.
A noted German lyric soprano, who
may as well be nameless here, as she
Is no longer before the public, devel-
oped In her later years a habit of sing-
ing out of tune. One night at a small
company, being asked to sing. she
promptly consented, and her hostess
then went to Otto Lessmann, the Ger-
man critic, who was present, and said:
"Herr Lessmann. will you accom-
pany Madam Blank?"
"With pleasure. Where is she go-
ing?"
"*Why, to sing."
"No. pardon me. not there."-New
York Tribune.
An Easy Remedy.
He-Your milliner's bill cost me
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PRESS CLUB

J. C. BARI Proprieer
No. 6 Ft. King Ave., East. Phone, 144
Work Called for and Delivered Prompt.
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Trade Only


FRESH FISH
I receive daily snlpments of chole
fresh and salt water fish of the best
varieties. I handle nothing but fish
and handle them right.

WM. TUCKER
Phone 219, City Market.


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being is gene
greens, but the s
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nature when tal
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armpit or the
The surface t
hands or alido
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of the internal
102.2 degrees,
heat of the 1
liver and some
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temperature of
doesn't matter
desert of Sabh
cording to a
World. Awak
jost loafing, a
n ains practice
When it varied
of a degree it
ulating meeha
disease or by
some sort. Ex
of heat may b
utes by an in
his temperatui
of a degree.
are styled hu
given exhibit
stand high tem
There is an
of Martinez, th
mander, a bake
himself to high
hood. He rema
in the Tivoll g
utes when the
338 degrees.
was seventy-s
reached 130 w
often duplicate
Chamouni, a
amandpr, who
combustible,"
and stay while
roasted there,
meat was we
lost his life in
ances.
Fever Is a ri
the normal lev
beyond 106 deg
ous Influences
to disorder tl
motaxic nerve
It is Interest
high temperat
leal record as
In certain dise
London record
Ical woman al
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At a meeting
American Pbhy
cobI of New
in whom feve
credible figure
case occurred
who had suffer
a fall.
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report of this 4
of the associa
more referred
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recorded as 17
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are of only t
would en.sU.
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A NEW WATERMELON
It wll be of Jnterest to the water-
I T II Uu IR melon growers to learn that a new
variety of watermelon was discover-
ed in Boumania by Horace 0.
iatioms Do Not Affect Knowles. the American minister to
that country. He procured a large
SConditon quantity of the seed and sent them
to the agricultural department which
distributed them among the experi-
MAL TEMPERATURE mental stations .for tria
The melons have a very thin skin,
and thi meat, which Is less fibrous
aee When Taken Under than 6ur native melons. In color Is
both yellow and red. and the flavor
Whether One Lives In is exceedingly delicious. Besides Its
eaions or In the Tropics. matchless flavor, it has another dis-
I Fever Temperatures. tinctive feature in its size, which is
about that of a grapefruit
temperature ot a human It occurred to Minister Knowles that
rally given as tiUb de- a watermelon of tht size-just
statement must be slight- enough for one person-would find
It is the normal temper- great favor in the United states. It
ken by ping the t seemed to him that It would be Just
en by placing the thth the tl to serve In hotels, restau-
r the tongue or in the rants, club, and on dining cars. They
groin, could be kept on ice, and a. whole
temperature of the head, melon could be served as one portion.
men varies from 96 de- The reports on the results of the
experiments were most satisfactory
reesoreven lower. That and proved that the melons ean be
I regions may go up to grown successfully In nearly every
that being the average section of the United States. A re-
lood circulating In the port from Massachusetts states that
other orgaus. the melons have a moat delicious
sis calle t her norman flaTvor and present the flattering "dlf-
a human being, and It flculty of finding any one person who
*a human being, and It will be satisfied with only one of the
whether he lives in the melons."
ira or In Greenland, ac- Mr. Knowles has suggested to the
writer in the Technical agricultural department that the new
e or asleep, at work or melon be named Princess Marie, In
man's temperature re- honor of the beautiful Crown Princess
lly at this level, of Roumania, whose guest he was
es more than the fraction when he found the melons.
is because the beat reg- It is said that the successful culti-
nism Is disarranged by vatlon here of this melon is assured,
abnormal coditsore of and eperts say that it will be worth
r aessively high easu millions of dollars to our country. The
essively high measure agricultural department has already
e borne for several min- expressed its appreciation to Minister
dividual without raising Knowles for his thoughtfulness and
re more than a fraction invaluable donation to the fruitage of
Persons who sometimes the United States.-Daytona Journal.
man salamanders have
ons of their ailility to DON'T GET A DIVORCE
iperatures. A western judge granted a divorce
authentic case recorded on account of ill-temper and bad
me so called French sala- breath. Dr. King's New Life Pills *
er by trade, who exposed would have prevented it. They cure
temperatures from boy- constipation, causing bad breath and
mined in an oven erected liver trouble the Ill-temper, dispel
ned in an oven erected colds, banish headaches, conquer
gardens for fourteen mm- chills. 25c at all druggists.
temperature in it was
His pulse on entering WATCH FOR THE -RED WAGONS
iix a minute and had
rhen he came out. He The Florida Packing & Ice Company
ed this performance. now has its delivery wagons on the Ha
celebrated Iussian sal- streets retailing ice. The company is
called himself "the In- also shipping from the plant and
used to o Into an oven lling to the trade. in quantities. See
sed to go into an oven the company's ad. elsewhere in this
le a leg of mutton was issue. The ice is made from pure
not coming out until the distilled water and is first-class.
II done. He eventually
a one.of these perform- A GOLDEN WEDDING
means that man and wife have lived
Ise of temperature above to a good old age and consequently
veL This rise is seldom have kept Healthy. The best way to
9'ees. Mental and nerv-. keep healthy Is to see that your liver
may so act for a time as does its duty 365 days out of 365. The
hecntro of te h- only way to do this is to keep Bal-
centrol of the ther- lard's Herbine in the house and take
center and cause fever. It whenever your liver gets inactive.
lug to note some of the 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-
ures which are on mcd- gists.
having actually occurred *
ees. Guy's hospital in ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
Is the case of a hyster- IRONS ON TRIAL I
filleted with tuberculosis -
rho showed 120 degrees. I will place an electric smoothing
g of the Aso'.iatiou of iron in your homo- on a few days" trial.
siclans in 185 Dr. Ja- un request at my office, or by card
vsrel ans In 1XDr.-Ja- of-phone. They are the the greatest
York reported a patient little thing th e ho especially in te
r reached the almost In- hot weather. Connect the cord with .",
of 148 degrees F. This one of your light drops and in a few
in a hysterical fireman minutes the iron is hot.' No smoke "
red a severe injury from or dirt and I-at only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
islon which followed the
ease among the members If people with symptoms of kidney
tion Dr. Welch of Balti- or bladder trouble could realize their
to a condition of hyper- danger they would without loss of
h o to his knowi- time commence taking Foley's Kidney
tole mtorhis pEllsa This great rem edy stops the
Sthe tem nature was pain and irregularities, strength-
i1 degrees F. Of course ens and builds up these organs and
ugly high teml)eratures there is no danger of Bright's disease
hort duration or death or other serious disorder. Do not dis- 8PE
regard the early symptoms. Sold by
t the only disturbance all druggists. Tho
er temperature. Certain faste
eCully those due to dia- Odd Fellows meet tonight. w7


MARIOF


CIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS
me wishing extra early break-
can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
ae 4:30 If they desire.


Mrs. N. E. Taylor passed through
here on her was home from the con-
vention of the Woman's Mite Mission
Society. Mrs. Taylor has accomplish-
ed much and done good work in the
mission work since she has been dis-
trict president. We are always glad
to meet with our Christian workers.


Moral Courag
A schoolteacher once told her elaw
that the courage which makes us do
what we think right, regardless of the
sneers of others, was moral courage,
the best kind.
"Then if a boy has a box of eandy.
like me yesterday," amid a lad, sand
If he eats It all himself, without giving
any to people that have no right to It.
no matter how much they call aim
mean and stingy, that there's moral
courage, ain't It, teacher?
The Time Not Ripe.
Anxious Patron-Doctor, don't 7ou
think you'd better call in some ther
physicians for consultation? Family
Doctor (cheerfully)-Oh, no; not yet.
There Is still some hope.-New York


Weekly.
L. ALEXANDER Endurnes Tes.
"What do they mean by an eoda6
ractical ance test?"
CARPENTER AND BUILDER TWo chaps bragga about theirr
spectlve makes of automoWle."-ALo-
Careful crttmates maae on all Isville Courier-JournaL
contract work. urves more and bet-
ter work for the money than any Gallant.
other contractor In own. Beautiful Widow-Do you know, rm
-- forty years old today?'
Gallant Bachelor-Madam, you are
twenty. I never believe more than
half of what I hear.
FOLEY' .S


We have just received one of the f
Lrwn Mower Grinderj 4 machine.ePuI .UV
for the purpoee of grinding Lawt Mowei "'.
does the work perfectly. If you wifl 'fai r ,*W'1, -
your patronage, we guarantee txo ge" -on. "
Mower in better condition than Bheda o W a ,
it It will be sharp, and stay sh i -o
old style way, which is usua y d lioiq
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I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, Steel, Brass, Copper, M
Tin. Lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrels, Leather, 0te.%;: o l "
Boilers, Rals, Etc., whether as second-hani or sersp s .s


hihenst price in cash for same. Write or ea on me ad let owe-
what you have and where it is located.

C1TRA. FLOWRIA.


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It checks & ldenumemeoat o the body. *Try a ba-- ".4
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DISCOVERY as a remedy for many of i
mankind; yet it is not extoli d asa
promises are flaunted before ie pub of i
Your neighbors probably kwM of same of iMW
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gestion, torpid liver or bloms in di in ki mdl
intelligence and keen dimwu r t empo it 'N
:eric extract of native mediVd rwct-a great m
casc do harm to either childor adak. The a l '
You can learn more bot t te proven popular
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