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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 28, 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: VID03231
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Feol Ilaw the See Wih 0Only Two
iNeMs frs Calais
- andeon Bulletin, July 2.-Hubert
Iatham, the Fremch avittor, who en-
kdeavered to my from Franee to Eng-
,atd yesterday met with a mishap
whe only two mles from the Eng-
lsh coet. His eroplane suddenly
ollapsed and he fell into the sea. He
was qWlekly resemd by a torpedo boat.
Lathm was net Injured. He was
greatly chagrted at his failure.
He Weled te Oe Meiet One esther
LIadm-, July 2--Robbed of his an-
ticipated tiimph of being the first to
"crIn the h Chma on wings.
Hubert Lathem, the Preah aeronaut.
announced this afternoon that he
would attempt the daring project of
fylng from Calais to London or the
nearest point to the capital attaina-
ble.
Lookouts consequently are being
posted throughout Kent and motor
cars are being scattered everywhere
between the coast and the metropolis,
*i order to render aB assistance that
may be pecensary.
tarted from Sagatte
Sangatte, France, July 27.-Hubert
Latham started on his flight across
the IngUsh Channel exactly at s a. m.
A big crowd of rench people saw him
go There was thunderous applause as
the plucky aviator started on his dar-
SIng trip.


A HORRIBLE OLD-UP
"About ten years ago my brother
was hield-up to his work, health and
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless consumption," writes W. IR.
Lisoomb, of Washington, C. -He
took all kinds of remedlee and treat-
ment from several doctors, but found
no help till he used Dr. .Kng'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 lhmg, hemorr-
hageM, coughs and colds, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all broebhial aft
feetlons. e0c and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.

TAUNTING THE TURKS
Cretans Run Up the Greek Flag, as
Sen mas the Allied Treeps Left
the Island
Canea, Crete, July 28.-The Greek
flag h beem run uip at the fortress
and the Cretan militia barracklus here.
As the evacuation of the International
troops was onlt complete yesterday.
the Cretans lost no time in tenting
the disposition of the Powers, who
have promised Turkey that they will
protect her rights. The outcome of
this assertion of the Cretans' deter-
mination to Join Greece In awaited
with some concern.
A CONTENTED WOMAN
Is always found In tme same souse
with Ballard'as Snow Liniment. It
keeps every member of the family free
from aches and pains, It healq cuts,
burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
tism, neuralgia, lumbago and all mus.
cular soreness and stiffness. 25e, 650
and $1 a bottle. At all druggipts.
SOCIETY WOMEN
WILL PRODUCE SALOME
Beverly, Mass., July 28--When it be-
came known here today that a score
of prominent society women summer-
ing here and at the adjoining fashion-
01 districts, among them Mrs.
-Nicholas Longworth. are to produce
the Strauss opera. "Salome." with Miss
Amy Grant, of New York, in the title
role, there wap a great furore. Re-
peatedly barred from production in
Boston, the announcement that "Sa-
lome" is to be vouched for by the elect
of their North Shore summer colony is
all the more a -sensation.

If you have pains In the back, weak
back, or any other ladieatkio of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder, you should get
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pinls
'tight away when y6u experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder com-
plaint, but be sure that you get De-
wittt's Kidey and Bladder Pills. We
know what they will do for you, and
it you will sed 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 al druggists.
A BASEBALL CATCHER
LOT AN OPTIC
Macon. Ga.. July 28.-Catcher Jack
Robinson of the Macon baseball team
had his left eye put out yesterday by
a flying piece-of emery wheel while
at work in his electrotyping plant here.
Everyone would be benefited by tak-
ing Foley's Orino Laxative for stom-
ach and liver trouble and habitual
constipation. It sweetens the stom-
ach and breath, gently stimulates the
liver and regulates the bowels and is
much superior to pals and ordinary
mlaUtives. Why not try Foley's Orln
Laxative today? Sold by all druabists.
OXFORD BARBECUE
The people of Oxford will give a
good. old-fashioned barbecue on Aug-
4th, and extend a cordial Invitation
to a! their friends.
The world's most sucacessaful medl-


"TWO MILLION BOTTLES
Of Perry r'avi' P'aiikiller sold every
year. Think of It! And every bottle is
lessening suffering and helping some
human belng to health and happiness!
This wonderful household remedy
stops the pain of spralus. burns or
bruises. It relieves rheumatism or
neuralgia. It cures colds, cramps,
colic, diarrhoea. There ought to be a
bottle on your shelves just now, ready
for the Srst sign of trouble. The new
size bottle is 25 cents and there Is
also the 50 cent size. Be sure your
druggist gives you Perry Davis'. 2
BURIAL PLACE OF BUDDHA
And tiw Ashes of Gautama Found
Near Peshawar on the Frontier of
Afghanistan
London, July 28.-Excavations con-
ducted by the archaeological depart-
ment of the Indian government near
Peshawar, the.British stronghold nemir
the frontier of Afghanistan, have re-
suited in the discovery of an anvlent
Buddhist memorial mound, containing
a bronze casket, within which are some
of the ashes of the founder of Bud-
dhism. They are inclosed In a wrought
hexagonal rock crystal receptacle.
sealed with the Royal seal of the Em-
peror Kanishka. who was ruling in
Peshawur at the opening of the Chris-
tion era.
, "When the Buddha died In 4S2 B. C.
his body was cremated and the ashes
divided into eight parts among his dis-
ciples," said Dr. L. D. Barnett. keeper
of the Oriental books in the British
Musuem. "One of the vases contain-
ing these portions, known as the Pip-
rahwa vase. was discovered a few
years ago by the government survey."
Distribution of the ashes of Buddha
was made because of the rival claim-
ants of relics of this founder of a
great religion, and each portion of
them was preserved in a great monu-
ment."

WF YOU KNEW
the merits, of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 2' bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
R. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis, Mo.


MARTEL


Ralps have moderated.
Fodder pulling Is about wound up.
Working potatoes Is now the order
of the day.
Crops as a whole are good. It is.
however, conceded that Mr. Walter
Ray has the best crop of corn in the
vicinity.
Thomas Simpson, the boss cnrpen-
ter of Cotton Plant, has completed two
handsome cottages for Capt. Williams.
to be occupied by tenants on his farm.
Mr. Walter Ray is on a business
trip of two weeks in North C4rolina.
Mr. J. A. Robins, wife and daughter
of Miami, after having a pleasant visit
among relatives and friends at ('itton
Plant, will leave this week for Indiana,
where they will visit among relatives
and friends for several weeks.
Messrs. Sam and John Measley of
South Georgia. are visiting relatives
at Martel.
Mr. W. E. Veal of Istachatta, is
visiting his family at Cotton Plant.
He always meets with cordial greet-
Ings by his numerous friends.
Mr. W. M. Barco and his estimable
wife of Ocala., are visitors at Cotton
Plant Sunday, where they wilL spend
the week.
Mr. Hall of Fellowship was married
to Miss Myrtle Southeriand of Berlin,
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Aus-
ley Sunday. July 25th. Judge P. A.
Ausley officiating.
Mrs H. W. Long will entertain the
children comprising the Loyal Tem-
perance League at her residence Sat-
urday. July 21st.
Misses Vera. Jessie and Wilma Veal.
of Jacksonville, who are visiting their
grandparents at Martel. spent the day
with Mrs. H. W. Long and family
Sunday.
Dr. W. H. Dodge of Ocala filled his
appointment at Martel Sunday after-
noon and was greeted by an appreciat-
Ive. congregation.
The new Baptist preacher of Ocala.
Rev. H. E. Gabby, will preach at Mar-
tel the second Sunday In August, 3:30
o'clock.
Rev. W. A. Fisher pr -ached an in-
teresting sermon at 'Martel Sunday
evening, July 25. This young man Is
attending Southern College, and is
spending his vacation by selling a
very useful cutting and sewing table
for ladies, and preaching when oppor-
tunity presents. This young man, who
Is working his way through college,
should be patronized by the good la-
dies whom he may meet. who will get
value from their money in so doing
and aid a commendable enterprise..
Preaching at St. Johns church the
first and third Sundays of the month.
A cordial greeting will be extended to
all visitors.

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, acts
and bruises it's earth's greatest healer.
Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores,
bells, ulcers, felons: best pile cure
made. Relief is Instant. 25e at all
druglgsts.


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SPAIS LKS NSHMIE

Moorish Tribesmen are Making a
Brave Fight and May Drive the
Invaders Into the Sea
Toulon, July 28.-Dispatches smug-
gled Into this port from Melilla say
that the Spanish troops were on the
verge of rout several times during the
fighUng of July 24, when the Moors
succeeded in penetrating their lines
and capturing pack mules and am-
munition.
Heavy Spanish Losses
Madrid. July 27.-An official tele-
gram from Melilla gives the following
as the Spanish casualties in Satur-
day's fighting: Six officers. including
a colonel, killed; a lieutenant colonel,
either dead or wounded, In the hands
of the enemy; a major, four captains
and seven lieutenants wounded and 260
non-commissioned officers and pri-
vates wounded. The number of the
rank and file killed has not been ascer-
tained.
The Spanish troops had to abandon
the advanced positions they occupied
during the fighting on Thursday and
Saturday owing to the impossibility of
intrenching themselves in a safe posi-
tion in time to avoid the regrettable
outcome of the operations.
The Spanish losses as officially stat-
ed above are only approximate. They
are probably underestimated, as the
troops proceeded straight from the
steamers to the battlefield.


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ORANGE SPRINGS


The rains are very refreshing, but
the farmers find it very difficult to
cure the fodder some days on ac-
count of the afternoon showers.
Our visitors areecoming and going
all the while, all declaring that the
spring is delightfully refreshing.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Scott, of
Deerfleld, Fla., have returned to
their home very much to our regret.
Miss Mamle W'allace and brother,
Master Frank, of Johnson, were
pleasant visitors here last week.
Mr. Daniel Johnson and Mr. Martin.
of Johnson, spent Sunday here.
Mr. J. W. Townsend is spending
this week in Lake Butler.
Miss Mamie Redding, a vc.y- at-
tractive young lady of Greenville,
Fla., is the guest of Miss Viola
Townsend.
Mrs. Nesome Scruggs, of Ha-
hira, Ga., has been spending most
time here visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Massey. She re-
turned to her home last Satarday.
It was with sincere regret that we
bade her and the little daughter
good-bye.
Mr. Sammie Mixsoe. of Galnes-
ville, writes that he will visit the
spring shortly and will be accom-
panied by seventeen young men, and
says to tell all the young ladies of
this place that he can show them a
good time while his party is here.
Mr. Otley Scott, of Orange Lake.
is expected here to spend this week.
A pleasant evening was spent at
the honm of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.


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te 9ari Air Line from near
.Chd to potsm ok and .the cubene
ft X.Newb are now -endavinFng to
get the emapany to eas that place.
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reahed a distamce bemd Newberry
and rms within about two miles of
the eft. so the Newberry people ean
boat of the two lines Jut the eame,
*v if they are enot successful in hav-
.*b the railway people eater the town
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rm ea to the and 'that the right
of way has already been secured for
the s e as far south as Dunnellon.
Thi Ban read wmll form a short cut
tfr a large amount of business that is
Sow being handled by the Atlantic
Coast LIne, and It is understood that
what the Seaboard is after is some
of this large business in the phos-
phate mae that has been going to the
ether road.
It tcotaenews at a point on the Su-
wamne branch, between CI ~k and
Wade. running through the mining
section west of Newberry. and is be-
bg rushed to completion as fast as
essible. The road will enter Archer
and follow Its Hine already laid to
Marly Bird before again branching off
to D.amelleo and the Gulf. '
There ils more etarra l this see-
tlie eo the emtry than all other dis-
eaes p t together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur-
able. For a great many years doctors
procmmeId It a local disease and pre-
eribed loeeal remedies, and by con-
stahty teyliag to cure with local
tistmeat, proeouoned it Incurable.
SBisee has proved catarrh to ue a
oM tluool disease and therefore
es es e constitutional treatment.
al's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
r. Ciey Co ., Toled, Ohio, is
,te Conl eOaiUttkaal cure on the
mastat. It is taken internally in
doses ftrom 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It etsdirectly ea the blood and mu-
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fer ems bmere dollars for any case
It tafi to cure Ben for circulars and
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WRIGHTS BROKE THE RECORD
In Aeria Navi.atfie for Two Men In
a Self- fstalmtlt Maohine
WashisgrIa, July 28.-The world's
aeroplane rreord for two men was
broken yesterday at fPort Meyer In
both tine and distance, when Orville
Wright, with Lieutenant Frank Lahm
of the signal crps, as passenger, were
I* the air one hour, twelve minutes
and forty seconds, going fifty miles at
an average of forty msils an hour.
.WUIkr Walt, his brother, former-
J held t 'rerd, which was one
bowt and iine minutes.
President'Taft led the cheering fnd
congratulated the Wrightp. The
WrIhts completed the endurance tests
required by the government, which
was that they stay in the air one hour
with a, passenger. The tests for speed
will be compiled with tomorrow.

PURITY AND FPrL ;1n. IlON
GO TOGETHER

"I thank you for recommending to
me
Davis 100 per cent
Pure Paint
It was applied in an excellent manner,
and 'has turned out all you claimed
for It. I consider it thq first perfect
Jo of piMnUng I have ever had."
J. L. Downs, Baltimore, Md.
Oevs Paint, properly applied, will
If- te most critcal.
Da is lI per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
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A new line of popular'priced books
Just In at the Ocala News Co.


R. D. FULLER,


DENTAL SURGEON
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OCALA, - FLORIDA
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General Prnetiee CaNs Made Promptly
Ntot er Day


Ifiss Christine Richards will
Monday from Gainesville to
two week with her friend...Miss
Ie Wilcox at Daytona Beach.
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Mr. Louis Horn arrived at the Day-
tona Beach Hotel yesterday. Mr.
Charlie Gates drove Mr. Horn through
in his handsome car and Mrs. Horn
and the children arrived by.train last
night to spend a month.
We are mailing to our customers.
friends and the public In general some
very valuable Information. If you do
not get this information it in your
fault and not ours. for your name Is
not on 9ur mailing list. In this case
we would thank you to send us a card.
containing your name and address, and
the Information will be sent to you.
Respectfully. The Globe. the "Underg-
selling Store in Ocala."

STATE RIFLE RANGE
IN THE ANCIENT CITY
Elaborate Preparations Being Made to
Take Care of the Competing
Marksmen


I'pon their arrival here to partici-
pate in the rifle competition for the
state troops the soldiers will find their
camp at the range all ready for oc-
cupancy, tents erected and bedding in
place.
The range, which is one of the finest
in the state, will be in thorough order.
as it will be cleared and renovated this
week. Arrangements will be made for
provisioning the troops, the contract
for supplying meals being given out as
in years past. Every company in the
state will send a team of five men and
this will aggregate 105. In addition to
these will be the officers and the in-
dividual marksmen who will come to
participate in the shoot.
While the men will have but little
military duty to perform they will
spend most of their time at the range.
participating In the various events.
On Monday morning Major Snow
will establish the camp, moving tents.
and cots from the state arsenal to the
range. The soldiers will arriv- Tues-
day and will remain until the various.
events have been finished. Those
qualifying for the state team will re-
main for ten days prior to their de-


SEABREEZE MOTES
A; reasy Buneh e s- we- the
Oeesm Boch
Seabreese. Pla., July 27.
The fonowtag spent Monday morn-
ing shopping at Daytona: Mrs. 0. T.
Orn,. Master Otis Green. Mrs. 8. T.
Mrtruak, Miss Virginia Sistrunk, Mr.
and Mrs. T. P. Drake. Misses Carrie
aad Mattle Williams and Annie At-
kfuson.
* *
CoL 0. T. Green left this .afternoon
for Gainesville to attend to profes-
sional business, after which he will re-
turn to the Daytona Beach Hotel.
where his family have taken apart-
me.ns for the summer.
S* *
Mrs. Douglas Elchelberger has 'ar-
rived in Daytona. where she will
spend the remainder of the summer.
Mrs. Eichelberger formerly resided in
Ocala, but makes her home at Miami.

Mr. Wit ripoon Dodge. who has
been one of the merry guests at the
O.sceoa si.ice Wedoesday. left this af-
ternoon% for Orlando. where he will
Join the Ocala baseball team for a
series of games.
Hon. R. A. Burford left early Sun-
day morning for his home after a de-
lightful visit with his family at the
Osceola cottage.
Mr. Paul Weathers is expected on
the beach in a few 'lays to visit his
cousin. Lagrange Sistrunk.

Mrs. Maynard Bond. Miss Minerva
and Master Frank Bond of DeLand.
have the Foote cottage near the auto
club for the summer. Mr. Bond
spends the week-end with his family.

Miss Carrie Williams was charm-
ingly entertained Thursday and Priday
by Mrs. 0. T. Green at Daytona Beach.

Saturday a party of four. will come
to the beach from Orlando to spend
a few days. The party will be com-.
posed of Miss Aua Bunch, Miss Alice
Bullock. Mr. Joe BLmby and Mr. Ma-
rion Ives. and the trip will be made
through the country in Mr. Ives' car.
Misses Bullock and Bumby will be
guests at the Comanche cottage.
* *0
Captain Snow. who is known to all
who come to the beach, left yesterday
for his home in Palatka. Capt. Snow
is an ardent fisherman and will be
missed from the pier.
* *
Mrs. Prank Craghill and three en-
tertaining children and Miss Julia
Patten of Gainesville, occupy the Wig-
wam. Mr. Craghitl will Join his fam-
ily on the 15th for a month's stay.

Mrs. G. G. Lee and two children of
St. Augustine came yesterday to visit
Mrs. Lee's sister, Mrs. R. S. Hall.
* *
Miss Josephine Williams, who has
been visiting her sisters, Mrs. R. S.
Hall and the Misse3 Williams, return-
ed to her home at Anderson, S. C.. last
week.
Mrs. R. A. Burford and family, Mrs.
E. P. Rentz and family and Mrs. R.
S. Hall and family will return hom,
next Friday.
Mr. Harry L. Merriday, a prominent
young man from Palatka. and a stud-
ent n the medical department of Van-
derbllt University, returned home to-
day. much to the regret of his many
beach friends.
Col. O. T. Green and son Edward
spent one day last week fishing at
Mosquito Inlet They had a most suc-
cessful day. returning with quantities
of fish. Master Otis Green succeeded
In landing a man-eating shark at the
end of Keating's pier.


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SKILLED PAINTING


I am prepared to take any Job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how floe the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. Houses painted inside and out.
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Flllyaw.
Ocala, Fla. tt
Foley's Honey and Tar not oply
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, bay fever and lung trouble.
Sold by all druggists.
ANOTHER VICTIM
OF MAN'S PERFIDY
Macon. Ga.. July 28.-Leaving a note
addressed to a young man in which
she declared she had lost confidence in
God and man and directing that her
body be given decent burial, if found,
Lottie Faircloth. a pretty 18-year-old
girl committed suicide late last night
by jumping into the Ocmulgee.
Take one df those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.



CASTOR IA
Ar iLamtb a4 ChiWNL






L0. 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 I. O R. M.
Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30. at
Yonge's Hall. W. Gray, C. of R.


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

OCALA LODGE
NO. 286
P. 0. L
Meets second Tuesday
evening in each nlenth
until October. Visit-
ing brethren, always welcome.
Bradford Webb, Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary.
*


SCALA AERIE
M. 1814 F.lS. L
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.
/
SF.& LI.
Marion-Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets in the
temple on the first and


perience In poetry, "The Best of"m Pa're" "Alf ..."
Husbands. Mry andMr. Maa- N.o Ave. and P tretAtlant-s, Boardtg me bil.
prop are now 4ocatede-n New York, girls and young ladies. Boarding department strictly t i-tiW d
and all the spnsters are invite to fined borne liUfe. Came divided Into small sections to v h6 ;
visit them at our meeting. Our new structio. Faculty of eliteen pcialsts. Com ter ayli
member. Florence Despair, who nev- Is, Art, xpresion. Certificate admits yu to V W 70,-i'. i
er got took. charmed the spinsters' Macon, etc. Thirty-second year beginsSepthielerI M t at 41 '.-I
audience also by singing "Love Me plication. L. D. SCOTT. EMMA 3. SC TlY, Ailp*. N T"
Just a Little Bit," an# before she .
finished most every man and boy
was In love with her. This will gie D D Ii
you somea6 Idea of what we did whileTHI CONCRETE A l ff"
in Alaska, and so-Am met In Citra
July 9th to relate each experience,
which was done most charmingly We are prepared to fill your ordef s for
with the gorgeous studiess, and all
to assist. Prof. Diakespiel and his work, (O whatever kind.
assistant were to show us some of ManudfutorerB of cement brick, building
their great work, but the profesor h"
/ hexagon and octagon blocks, and alids&d
was called away, much to our re- /gn and octagon blocks, and all k s o
gret. We wish to thank one and all ing materiaL We employ skilled work -i s
for their attendance and hope we '
will have the pleasure of entertain- our motto Is "to please.".
g them again n the near future.Tempora quarters phone256.
Three cheers for the spinstersTmo.r..r.r-ph.e25.K-
and hope all ill sueed n their new JAM ES R pL ORH EA ,
work. JAM -- T, 0 RH. EvAJ ,RPHN '..' '
PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS


Hundreds of orphans lave been
helped by the president of the Indus-
trial and Orphan's Home at Maeon,
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 Q
and build up thin, pale, weak children
or run-down people It has no equal.
Best for female complaints. Only 5ec
at all druggists. "
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Josephine Jane w 8ee i Srfe :,
May Borland. preside t
Priscilla Abigal Hodge. gea .
Burleson. secretary. -_ -.
Calamity Jane Higgins Wire-
worker, Merria Ray, treagwrr.. "
Tiny Short Van Tassel, lalo s
Borland.
Rebe Rache l Sharps lg th rtlY I -.1 -
May Reddltt.
Mary Ann Fraddlen Maypmle
Ethel Borland.
Patience Desire Mann (Coatea *
Ketchum). Mrs. S. Ramsey.
Violet Ann Ruggles, h -a Bolr-
land.
Charity Longiaes Puddyfoot, Mr
S. T. Carswell.
Sophia Stuckup Bemnett, Mary
Kunse.
Jerusha Matilda Sprigglas, -a,
Hall.
Juliet Long Laumdestadtt (get-
man), Mrs. J. L. Spart.
Betsy Bobbett, Pasy Souter.
Cleopatra Belle Brown opka.- .
son. Adelaide Harrison.-
Polly Jane Pratt Doolittle, Hu.lsa
K4inse.
Belinda Blue Gram Afraid-of-HIs
face (Indian). Lina Re4ditt.
Francis Touch-Me-Not, WIUe
Harrison.
Florence Lpereta Goodhope be- "
Count Ketchum, John Wyckoe.
spar, Ir;ma lake. "o-ard 1 1 V1`-W-
Young Man Afrald-of-hBl-face Or-
ville Ray.
Prof. Dinkenspell (a Hpn atist), "Lad ofI te Sky WAYMI
His Assistant, David Whire. mor o h S b rsagw m 01i W "W
No econsmpti sr Netr w A& 1Ws
Tiny Short Van Tassel's children, pe w attte et sa A Nw I 'll,
Samnatha. Katheline Wyckof; Bet- SpeelIl attention .mkm=60 pa60h,
sy Ann, Dorothy Driver; PeWgy Ma-
ria, Ethel t Crosby: Sophia Jane, wt Eon. As,
Louise Crosby; John Jaeob, Doe
Sparr; Nathallal Isaane, HowardX
Sparr; Jehosaphat, Guyton Meltoa.
This ends the characters of.
Y oung Lades Single BleAm u EAurrE
Debatint -ociety of, Cltra.. As you
a remember the bachelors f. Cltra
would not take, so Just two-y of
them decided to try their fortuames
in the far northwest Alaska. land-. gW- T"
Ing At Dawson City Just one year
ago, they went and most all gotn men tuft l ei ai ft2 13f
most of them Jast what they like.
Only a very few who were too v eryI
fast had to return to Citra with
their maiden names. As for our
lovely president, she went, saw and
conquered. Her conquest was a man
of rare ability, who did nothing but..
sit..and whittle,, so she thought as *
women always do, that only one Wwtru Bed, Veal Rord& -SW A
coul be supported by that trade, sott Stir
she left him and I sback as pretty as tue, -," ,i R
ever, waiting for someone else. Saa aeOabg 1 utabPags
Our secretary never got an offer,
but abued most everyone. Our love- LIJU k o1e 11t I I
ly treasurer married much to her --
Schoice and very wealthy. Some cap- E
turned Indians, cowboys, Germans,. W
and most anything that elme along.
As for myself. I captured quite ae If*
charming singer. We don't make m ,:'
much but manage tb get along. Any-
blessedness, "for now It Is we, and
not Just I who pays the bills pre-
sented.
Violet Ann Ruggles will get an..
Irishman we hope, although she
seen a man who was worth sitting
up till after midnight to be .ether I Ve a
with or for," so we hope her mind t f e tl1 Kl r
will change. Belinda caught a hand O ,f C.en-u z jO ft"
some Indian. Francis Touch-me-not
with all her wit never got took.
Poor Juliet got a lazy German, who AnIIg 1 | dWfk as *W" ap-N, i .,sf, .
worked her so hard she -t mad ,
and came back. Just as she asould Cwrg em I a "*
of done .-- +. .o w
During oar absence the. bachelors I-Sl S, S- -, W Ies W"6 W I..r:'
of Citra felt our loss so keemly that *
they ,sent a poem expressing their I #-'- .... U I 5b f q .- "
grief which we have setto maui s it m e b faerk, ui iwe liy h d k 7
and sing it, as we know It- must .'. -
cheer their sad hearts to se us re- pI ,
turn so happy. Our trip was enjoy- We ca save you m- r p RAD e SI,
ed very much if we did believe star- ,-,
ovation faced us for a while. While rIr WsiL ..'
dainties, which were angles' food, l f .- hi urs -
receptions ever held Ip Alaska, had d r M C .
every nationality present, for when iWgg g ai l i.- ; + ".
thew heard it was the Lonely Citra K &
Club giving it they came miles to KIT
attend. The soelety furnished the
dainties, which were angles food,
devils food. lady fingers, chocolate hi Si dI '5
cream and circus lemonade with .* j
straws. The rush for these refresh-
ments were many a husband, and ar '^', q:. >h
one lonely charity captured a cow W S snhin tone i*
boy. Sopha Benett gave her ex- ..- ,'...





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iuw ease at the Ocala News C
WOD-AS aut lamp. Apply

CL H. M. Hampton went to I
verass today to try a case in court
Picture puzzle post cards at t
Oeala Hoame.
Mr. W. C. Credle of Anthony was
ga. of the Moatema-m last night.
ee-VIolet Talcum, 25c the boti
at .the Patotace Drasitore..
The Ocala House had 170 arrive
'for the week ending last night.
$S-a S doses will care any ca
of ehils and fever. Price, 2ec.
There were 24 'arrivals at the Mo
tezima yesterday.
Peroxide Cream, for the complex
at the Caurt Phlramiy.
Mr, W. C. Johnson of Micanopy,
at the Ocala House.
Hampton's Magazine for August
Ocala News Co.
Mr. E. Li Lesley of Kirsimmee is
the Ocala House.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed
uwe chls, and fcver. 25 cents.

Ocala House.
Call and see the new books at t
the Ocala News Co.
-. kIXorton of Chattanoos
TgL, Is'a. t-t' Ocala Hot- e.
Nmnnally s' iae candles fresh eve
week only at the Postoffcee Drugsto

Mrs. J. Huber left today for
visit to relatives In Indiana.
I ee 4 doses "M will cure any es
Of Chilnl and hver. Price Sc.
Mr. J. H. Nichols of Wildwood is
the Ocalp House.
Mr. C. D. Dennis of Gainesville is
guest of the Oela House. i
A new shipment of that famous A
plie Flax just received at the Coi
Pharmacy>
Mr. D. H. Pettys and Mr. and M
8. C. Mayo, of McIntosh, are guests
the Montesuma.
Try a box of that sunburn crea
for aunburn and freckles, at thi Cov
Pharmacy.
Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview, w
registered at the Montezuma last e
enIlng.
0 The Oealt News Co. are agents I
the celebrated lawkes glasss.
"an At you. Give us a trial.
Mr. R. J. Knight of Clearwater w
a business visitor to the city yest<
day.
WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X.
X., Star office.
Messrs. J. L. Cornell of Inverne
and FP. F. Pearson of Dunnellon are
the Montexuma.
Mr. L. A. Gsble has rented Mr. A.
Gates' house In the first ward oppose
"the home of Mr. W. W. Clyatt.
Mr. B. A. Roberts and daughter
Coleman, are guests of the Ocs
Howue.
We have a most exquisite line
fancy Imported china In many d
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monop
Drugstore. "

Mr. Claud" Gates, who has he
absent from Ocala the last two yea
in Washington. Baltimore and otl
northern cities, has returned home


oR RENT-My residence recent
o ed by Mr. H. C. 'Judd. No.
Watula street Apply Dr. J. Wall
Hood. 7-10tf
Mrs. d Carmiehael and Mrs. Jam
Engesser left today, the former I
Pine Bluff. Ark., and the latter I
San Antonio, Texas.
FOR RENT-Five-room house ne
pumping station. Apply to I.
Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works, Oca
Fla., 6-25-tf
Mr. E. L. Maloney, proprietor of t
Ocala House, Is In Jac&.onville for
few days. visiting his daughter. M
8. A. Rawls.
If the glare of the sun hurts ye
eyes, get a uair of smoked glass
from us for 25c. The Postoffice Dru
store.

The pride of the Court Pharmacy
Its prescription department. Pi
drugs only are used, which are sele
ed by men of experience.


WANTED-Position by young
man at anything; handy with
John Walsh, 58 North Orange f
city. 6-17-It


THE CAiPS1 R-TU- 4 le
The party of Ocals people who bae
been camped oa Shell Islant d t at .
mouth of Crystal tvefr for the past 12 b S
days. returned howre lost evenlag. --- ., _BE._
SThey had a splendid time. They fished.
boated, bathed aad took launch rideg RObin Hood Sliced A
a around the bay out in the Gulf. a N 1
the days flew by all too soMo. More N -.' S
at fish were caught than the cooks could
use and were distributed among the ROb10n Hood SHied PeBce, ain
other campers. ,The party regretted No 1 4 the
n- that they were unable to send them. 1- .
t. to friends in Oeala. Those In the oen
heparty were Mr. and Mrs. F. G. NO 1 Breakfat HPrit lo B
he Welbe, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton,
Mr. and Mrs. R. IR Carroll and Merris. _, for 2&.R
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland. the cook.
a Aunt Catherine and her grandson, Joe.
Mr. J. M Liddell and son. Jamle, re-
turning a few days earlier than the re.
t maander of the party.

We are mailing to our custonmicr, GRO .CE
tls friends and the public In general some
very valuable Information. If yow do
not get this Information It is yyor rCOTTA A1 OKLAWAHA -a" wl '
Me fault and not ours, for your name I
not on our mailing list. In this case Cottage at North SLae. Oktlwaha, w
we would thank you to send us a card. for rest. Apply to H. C. Joe. -
)n- containing your name and address, and .. GASS
the Informntion wig be sent to you. OUSEA FOR RENT "
Respectfully, The Globe, the "Underg- -Mr. b CsT I t @at so
on. selling Store In Ocala."-- vale so all, Rl a Ot-
Store In Ocala." A ew ueven-room house for rent. for an opemlam fr *1
On Daugherty street. Apply to A rrtei is in s very weak WA r
i Gates. coditio and wil l ave to be l-f ",
Edwards" meat market will close at operaqom.
at 2 P. on Thursdays. ,ORLANDO, 3oOCAThS ra

at For rent an elat-room ret'ence It was an enthU t little b&
t .- well located on South Third street. orf fa who gathered around the. 0s
Apply to F W. Ditto or to Guy Toph at the Postoffce Drugtare yrtray,
to DON'T NEED GLASSES at the Monteauma hotel. to watch the returns of the smeee
Same between Ocala and Ortisao at
Many people do not need glasses but WATCH FUt THE RED WAGONS th latter place. There Warwe asevnt
he most people do. run made during the glame an At-
e ou may e one of the majority. Te Florida Packing & Ice OOmpaay looked as If Ocal had the asme Wa
There are two ways of finding out. now has Its delivery wagoas on ibe Uluntlm the eglsth aia l w.
he One-await for time and disease to streets retailing Ice. The company la s made fotr wms, b the west
drive you to It. also shl*pIng from the plant and ers of the gray made s tally It the 2
Two-Consult us about It selling tO the trade In quantites. Ue ninth and won out- Harris pheb
ga. We Can Tell You whether or not you the company's ad. elsewhere I this foe Oeala. Brown wl pitch the is
need them and charge nothing for col. issue. The ice is made from pure gatme today, when the ts eaves r
sultations. DR. D. M. BONEY. distilled water and is at-elass. EmStIS for two ganme ha s ,
'ry Eyesight Specialist. Satuoray.
r. Ocala. Fa. SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS NO BAND CONCERT THIS WEK
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30 -----
a to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- Those wishing extra early break- Owing to the absence of soes mA
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block. sOau c get same at the Elk Cafe, bears and the unsettled eomdlt le of th
is-y ar 4:30 If they desire, weather, there will be no bead i onoo t "I
09 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING w-ather the wl be so b aijmea-t
A MILLIONAIRE' BABY this week. IA. X Gatg,. -Direw.
How is that. This Is not an auto- attended by the higlest prices baby BOUND OVER FOR COW
at .mobile, but one of those new S-Inch specialist could not be cured or stom- -
Westinghouse electric fans that I ach or bowel trouble any quicker or Testerda In Judge ,ell'f esurt
have just received. Let me place one surer than your baby If'you give it following negroes were tiven a pe e
a or two of them In your home or on McGee's Baby Elizir. Cures diarr- liminary hearing for eow sta-.
your desk. EL W. Tucker, the elec- hoes, dysentery and all derangements They weft charged with stealing ab" '
Strical supnly man. of the stomach or bowels. Price 25 from Mr. E. L WartmanTn. e s a
urt cents and 50 cents. Sold by al dru- are Moses Carey. Hearyr. Cleint'.
PIANO TUNING gists Henry Jackson. Andrew Jaeksou sh1
Will Anderson. They were all bo u
Ten years experience. References, Mrs. G. C. Crem and children and over to the circuit court W i the a-ge t,
rs. any music teacher in Ocala, any Miss Olive Weston left today for of $500 each.
of music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone North Georgia. ,IB-
328. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf CHILD OPERATEd ON
If people with symptoms of kidney -
m,' HOUSES FOR RENT or bladder trouble could realize their A little girl of Mr. and Mra
urt danger they would without loss of Miller's was operated on In the a.-
Modern cottages, an convenienes, time commence taking Foley's Kidney pital a few days ago for a rather ua.
well located and new. Apply to Joa- Pills. This great remedy stops the usual malady. a double-mastaidi-h. or
as eph Bll. at court house. pain and the lrreulates. streangth- an abscess in eaeh ear. She is M -'.
ens and builds up these organs and doing nicely and will moon be eaxt-l
SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE there Is no danger of Brighrs disease ly recovered. This operatlGa. oevol
f or or other serious disorder. Do not dis- of technical terms, conistf *f -. .-,,
We A fine soda fountain for sale cost regard the early symptoms. 8oJ by ing Into a little cavity behind ar near
8350: will take 150 cash for It Ap- all druggists, the ear open and letting out an ac-
ly to S A Moses Brother t cumulation of pua. The only way to
ply to A. Moses Brother, If you are looking for prompt and reach the cavity is to drill through me
'as efficient service, maend us your pre- of the hardest portions of the skaB. 1
er- ROOMS FOR RENT scriptions, or 'phone us and we will V
send for them. Nothing but the best MORE JACKSON 6ARS
Elegant furnished rooms for rent at used at the Postoffice Drugstore. -
In the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. ELH. C. Msr. Melver & MacKay have Just
X. Jones.t- Mr. J. A. Hamptbn. of Floral City received a carload of'three Mhandome
one of that community's leading eiti- Jaekson autonoblei. There Is one IS-
INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS zeus rod father of Mr. H. M. Hamp- 1-horsepower runabout and two 40- THr
ss -- ton. of this city. was a guest of the horsepower tourL.g ca. Another
at I have just received a lot of the Montezuma yesterday. carload is en route, contanlaing e 4-
celebrated Halophane glass shades for _____ horsepower touring car and two 15-18- Aft
electric lights. These shades increase Delay In coi, .nelan treatment for horsepower touring cars. the same as
(, your light power 75 per cent Try a slight Irregularity that could have the runabouts except that they have
ite them. H. W. Tucker, the electric gap- Iken cured quickly by Foley's Kidney double seats behind. IN
ply man. Remedy builds up the worn out tis-
of Bear in mind we carry a ll line of sues and strengthens these "organs. ASE.NSATIN AT HOMOSAAA
ala Staffords and Carters Inks: also A sensation is reported from Ho-
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Oeala Me.rs.. B. J. Benson apd A. A. moassa. Mrs. Charles Gerock. who -
of News Company. Grumbles, of Dunnelon. are guests of has been separated from her husbitd ggj
if- the Oeala House. for some time. kidnapped and got away
f LOS1-nceween Ocala Furniture as far as Ocala with the 11-year-old
oly company's store and Holder block, g6ld We are showing the best 25ce. box of won, who has been living with his
sunburst pin with pearls and diamond writing paper that we have ever had, father. At Ocala she was apprehend- _
center. Return to D. W. Davis, Hoi- and if you want the entire value of ed and sent back with the boy. We R m
en der Block. 6-24-tf your quarter, don't fall to buy this from are toln at an Oa a ear bw M-
r. the Potofflce Drugstore. bee eng d to pocu her or hid-
There Is no better stock of fine napping the chld. ku


writing papers in the city than we Editor Li J. Brumby, of the Flor- TAKE- TO JACKSONVILLE RATI
tly carry. Come in, and look It over If Ida Fruit and Truck Grower, has re-
24 you want something really nice. Ty- turned from Pablo Beach, here "he has H. Owens, the white man der
ter dings & Co. been spending two weeks very pleas- sentence of death in Galuesille, was
antly. taken to Jacksonville Monday aight, it
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms being reported that a mob wasa oen-
es for light housekeeping on firat floor: Look over our line of toilet prep- being tha t b m o
for all conveniences. Also one nicely fur- aratons. We are quite proud of theo ly
for ilished bedroom on second floor, one- n stock. Perfumen, powders and
half block from A. C. L. depot. Apply sofP of the finer grades. Tydings & A NEW BAKERY
34 Oklawaha avenue. Company.
ear 34 Oklawaha avenue. Mr. Joseph Martla of Palatka. has
C. FOR SALE-$300; auto buggy. 40- Mr. Sam W. Petteway of Dunnellon. come to the city and bought or leased
SFOR SALE-300;n town today, a guest of the the -Hornberger bakery stand and is
la. Inch wheel, solid rubber tire, 20-horse- Oala Hou. baking bread and other baker's p-
power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather plies. He has engaged Prank Miller,
the oprefitted with new parts. Box 72, Mr. A. M. Lansford. the piano man,. he baker who formerly lvd In this 9,
t Ocala. Fla. 7-6-6tdltw is in Homosassa, Dunnellon and other ,lty. but who has Just recently re-
r The presptonwest coast towns on business. turned from Jacksonvill.
The prescription department Is the 1
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy. Your prescriptions, when left at the Mr. C. N. Kirkland, secretary and G
our reliability, promptness and pure drugs Court Pharmacy. are compounded traveling salesman for the Porter.
se have made this department of our from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us: Mallard Co., of Jacksonvllle, who has
1g. business one of the largest in the we'll call for and deliver your pro- returned from his vacation at Shell
country. Send us your. prescriptions seriptions. Island, went to Jacksonville today to *
Tydlngs !: Co. visit his house and start out to call on
iLq Mr. Allen Bridges hat the agency the trade again. A
ure for the splendid cabinet of disinfect-
ct- ant that agents have been Introducing Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Barnett and A
In the city during the past few days. Miss Loulle Barnett, who have been
This cabinet is certainly convenient spending a month at Black Mountat.,
ite tWSer 'ut, and is said to be most effective. N. C. near Asheville, retired h 'se
ols. last night. They had a dellghtfal va-
Pet. FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, two cation and were much benefited by the
blocks from square, modern coaven- trij. Plres were often In demand at
fences; 24 Watula street. Black Mountain on rainy days
log
eks Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark and Mr. Col. 0. T. Green is here today, ha
his and Mrs. Charles Uoyd will occupy ing come over from Ga8s2nesvl, w~e1
tly. the handsome new residence that is he was transacting legal bWus dal r
t. almost completed which Levi Alex- will rejoin his family at Days -
ander, the contractor, is building for Beach today.
six Judge W. S. Bullock.
tge Delay in taklag Veil 's Kinisy
ayg L. J. Brumby. editor and proprietor Demlay If ye Inkagi
te- of the Florida Fruit and Truck Grow- or blaoder trble taestn tOe ~dim e
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How Is this for law and order an-
der prohibition rule?
Mashville. Team, July 15.-The
police station here presented a re-
markable appearance last night.
There was not a prisoner in the
building during the entire night, and
the door of every cell swung wide
open. This has been the flrat time
such a thing has happened for more
than 20 years.
Thosa "Saloom Closed in Texas
Saturday. July 10th, at midnight.
more than a thousand saloon in
Texas ceased operations because of
the coming into effect of the law en-
acted at the recent session of the
state legislature regulating the sale
of liquor. The principal provisions
if the enactment invalidates all li-
quor licenses after February 20.
1909. limits the number of saloons
in each county to one for every five
hundred population and barn the is-
suance of new licenses except where
the saloon is conducted in conjunc-
tion with a hotel.
* *
Under the local, option laws of
Indiana twenty-five counties have
held "wet or dry" elections, and
only one has voted wet. And so the
wave of prohibition, started in the
South, is rolling on towards the
North and West. May it continue
to roll until every saloon is swept
into everylasting nothingness.

DeLand is a Dry Town
The amount of building material
being brought to DeLand by the
Coast Line exceeds that of any pre-
vious season in the history of the
city. There is no abatement to the
building boom. The business blocks
are going up. and new homes all
about town, with a number just con-
tracted for, to be completed by fall.
-DeLand Record.
No Drinking Men as Elevator
Builders
I'll tell you what is It," said the
old elevator constructor as he puffed
reminiscently upon a short-stemmed
pipe; "if there s ever a time when
a man wants to keep a clear head
and have his wits about him, it is
when he Is working on elevator job
in one of our modern sky-scrapers.
"Not only would a single misstep
cost him his life. but a weakened
bolt, a misplaced screw, or a defec-
tive bit of machinery would imperil
the lives of scores of men and
women. So essential are steady
hand and bright wits in our trade
that under the rules of our union no
drinking man can stay in the organ-

ization. The first time a member of
the union goes on a job under the
Influence of liquor he is suspended
for a month and fined. For the
second offense he is summarily ex-
pelled without hope of reinstate-
ment. It's a pretty drastic treat-
ment, but we have found it the wis-
est way to deal with the matter."-
Philadelphia Teiegraph.

Strongly for Prohibition
Nashivlle, Tenn.. July 15.-Gen.
Harvey Hannah, member of the
state railroad commission and for-
mer adjutant general of the state.
has announced for the democratic
nojpination for governor. Mr. Han-
nah has the distinction of having
talked in every court house in Ten-
nessee, and has a wide reputation
for oratory. In his announcement
he says. among other things:
"I am opposed to any backward
step along the lines of temperance
legislation, and if elected governor,
shall vigorously oppose the repeal of
our temperance law, which along
with all other laws on the statute
books, should be enforced without
fear or favor."
* *


Andrew Carnegie gives
to the anti-saloon league
United States.
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An Experzeae with Alcohol
"In my young manhood," contin-
ned Senator Depew,. "Daniel Web-
ster, the great orator and statesman.
was looked upon by apl the college
boys and young lawyers as a model
to imitate. It was currently .report-
ed and believed that Webster could
make no special oratorical effort ex-
cept under the influence of brandy.
His example was followed with the
result that hundreds and thousands
of prominent- young men shortened
their lives, and many of them sleep
in drunkard's graves. Webster's ex-
ample made drunkards.
"I was brought up in a home
where it was the custom to have
brandy and whisky on the sideboard.
and where it was looked upon as bad
form not to indulge in alcoholic
stimulants.
"I was in the legislature at the
age of twenty-five, and among my
associates there was hardly any such
thing as temperance. If you called
in a member at his room at the ho-
tel, liquor was served as a matter of
course.
"Like my" father I had a strong
head and could stand a great deal.
At dinners at Albany it was the cus-
tom to have thirteen courses and
thirteen different kinds of wines. It
was a common thing for everyone
who attended to get under the influ-
ence of liquor. It seemed impossi-
ble for me to lose my head. though
I will admit that I have lost my
legs, but I saw man after man going
to the dogs through drink.
"It interfered with mental work
and with physical vigor, and finally
I made three firm resolves. First.
never to drink between meals, and
this shut off all treating In rooms:
second, never to drink at a bar; and
third, to drink (if I drank at all)
only at dinner, and to confine-it to
one wine-champagne. I chose
champagne because it contains so
small an amount of alcohol, only 11
per cent., and because it se-emed to
agree with me.
"These resolves were more com-
prehensive than might seem. as in
those days dinners with chamnam'np


Worid .order;an a fierishlag q1-
ttio, t tat tHe Masnamie and
Knights of Pythas i das are
amoft the larIet sa l met progres-
sive in the state when the popula-
tion of the town is considered.
Thre is a board of trade with al-
most a hundred members, and al-
though only organized a few months
ago. is fast taking a front rank
among the commercial bodies of the
state, and Is accomplishing much to-
wards the building up of Kiasim-
mee.
There is a village Improvement
society composed of some of our best
women, who by their work are
transforming the town into a verit-
able park, having only lately planted
over one hundred palm trees on
Broad way.
There is an organization of young
men known as the Baraca class.
which has a large membership and
is growing in numbers and useful-
ness every day. They have hand-
somely fitted-up quarters In the
Thurman building on Broadway,
and a cordial reception always
awaits anyone who visits their
rooms.
There are numerous societies of
young women, all looking to social
enjoyment and enlightment, and
there is scarcely a night but what
some of our young people assemble
for innocent amusement.
There is no fear on the part of
our citizens that their homes will be
robbed in their absence, for house-
breaking is unheard of. and every
man feels safe in believing his
neighbor honest.
Our women and girls walk the
streets at will. for 'they know they
are safe from insult by the'rowdy, as
every man vies with the other to be
the more perfect gentleman.-Kis-
simmee Valley Gazette.
(This is Kissimmee as it is under
prohibition.)
THE SUMMER NORMAL
Out of the one hundred and
twenty that are attending the sum-
mer normal at Gainesville, Marion
county is represented by MisS Sa-
loma Sims, Miss Maxie Fort, Miss
Ethel Stanaland. Miss Edith MacIl-
vane. Miss Rudolph Myles, Miss
Florence Cork, Miss Redditt, Miss
Rowell, Mr. D. G. Beck and C. A.
Roberts.
The school is progressing nicely

LoalyLiver
Uay bo eoly a tired livwr, or a 8staod
liver. It would be a stupid as well ap
savage thing to beat a weary or starved
man because he lagged In his work. So
In treating the lagging, torpid liver it ie
a great mistake to lash It with strong
drastic drugs. A torpid liver is but an
Indication of an Ill-nourished, esfebled
body whose organs are weary with over
work. Start with the stomach and allied
organs of digestion and nutrition. Put
them in working order and see how
quickly your liver will become active.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has made many marvelous cures of "liver
trouble* by its wonderful control of the
organs of digestion and nutrition. It re-
stores the normal activity of the stomach,
Increases the secretions of th6 blood-mak-
ing glands, cleanse the system from poi-
sonos accumulations, and sorelievesthe
liver of the burdens Imposed upon it by
the defection of other organs.
It M have Materor bad taste tIhe iMrw
ta e 9oor orjoaMe appeHe. coasd tPo^a
ol breath. hlaeteor Imaer bowela
fed weak. e sed. frequent
headaches paii small of back."


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at one time and yet point to tord Uiver or
aioummnem d weak stomach. Avold all
hot bread sad biscultt, griddle cakes and
ether indigesltible food and take the *Oolden
Medical Discovery" regularly and stick to it.
se unti you are vigorous and star.
The 'Discoveryr" is on-saccret, nealco-
bole, Is a glyceric extract of native anedici-
nal roots with a full IIst of its incred lts
wrlnted o each bottle-wmuier and attested
under oath. Its ingedlen a endorsed
and extolled by the most emineat medical
writes of the ae and ae reommAndAed to
cur the diseases for whica it Is advised.
Don't accept a substitute of unkuewn
eompositios for this nonmmeget A
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BAD BLOOD
"Befor I bIwa sAWft ('wrptv. T hadabd com-
plexion. pimples on my fare. awd my food was not
diluted as iti hold have ben. Now lam utiroly
well. and the pimpilm have atlldimappearedfrom y
faes. I .n wtruthfully say that (s.avezs are lust
-airerl~l. I h ~kve takenonlytwo hoineofth'm.."
Claume I. riffu. Sbmida. lad.


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and a more studious body of teach-
ers as never seen anywhere, says
Major Floyd, who is director of the
normal, and who at all times is
ready to lend a helping hand to any-
one ho needs it.
The teachers are all masters of
their profession, but I want to es-
pecially recommend Prof. Vernon,
who is a specialist in agriculture.
He is trying to Impress upon the
mind of every teacher the necessity
of the farmer's children being
taught agriculture, as well as nay
other subject.
Tuesday evening, July 13, Major
Floyd and Prof. Vernon arranged
teams so as to take the whole body
of students out to the University
and the Experimental Station. We
were introduced to Prof. Rons. who
took us all around and explained $be
different experiments. He showed
us several kinds of bacteria and
how they worked on different plants.
After leaving the Experimental Sta-
tion we went to the hot house, where
we had a most delightful time. We
were especially Interested in the way
that many of the plants were plant-
ed and cultivated. I cannot explain
the beauty of the flowers and the
glory that was shown by them, for
I have never before sepn any that
were as pretty.
Then came the farm where there
were varieties of clover, sorghum,
corn, potatoes, velvet beans, cane
and other crops, all growing nicely
under the proper attention which
they were receiving.
At last we reached the eHmax,
when we came to the live stock,
which are kept both for their use
and to experiment on.
Last Friday evening, July 16, the
Epworth League entertained the
normal students at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Padgett. We had a most
delightful time.
I believe that most everyone feels
that they are receiving the very best
instruction that can be had. I also
believe that everyone will heartily
co-operate in recommending the
state normal here at Gainesville to
any teacher or to anyone who is
preparing to teach.
C. A. ROBERTS.

STARVED TO DEATH
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
complexioned and loses weight for
no apparent reason, give it White's
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur-
prised at the results and how quickly
)t picks up. Sold by all druggists.

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$9.70 Savannah, Ga., July 26th Limit
to leave Savannah July 29th.
$1525 Mobile, Ala., July 31st, August
1st and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th, ex-
tension to August 28th.
$83a0--104.65-Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
$95.40-Seattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
bcr ?1.
$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.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Permit to Sell Liquors, Wines and
Beer.
Whereas. Bluthenthal & Bickart, a
corporation, has filed with the board
of county commissioners for Marion
county. Florida. its appliHeations for
pxrmits to sell liquors, wines and beer
in election district one of said county
and state: any citizen of such election
district may show cause, if any there
he. at the meeting of the board to be


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