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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 29, 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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Volume ID: VID03232
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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-maomse ad she oamaoilsed
i .i Atwtramy Jeromm, who is la
We the ease, brought wont
tS teatmW. sad It was latt-
it might bl inaseWt
ma on esesW examination Miss
ani am.t edhamt she was ro.
Ety amuted on 'a eShage of per-
-~-~jn conemctieM with a salt against
W TYo mam for a hundred thou-
m 'e wasa latructed to
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s, ee w mee diet d coherent
S#th at e tte o of his trial for the
tr etMafld White. He Was
b wl ft o~ d0 es thatem do
bin former appearance

~ .-A rame asked Thaw Ift he
1thaL he (Thaw) bed alway
S 'b have always been sae, medaeal-
SI e d Thaw. He admttam ed, oan
-r.fthor qunns that he might
a. e be im. for a e m imtes."
'e youe eaay whoa yo kmied
Sant Whie? asked joere- re.
1 talpk It wa eally cra.y, hut I
S may have bee mintakel," said Thaw,
h,.alswly. We added that be thought he
b had Ila" wicked thing killing
hi W but sal he kliA White be-
p eof thige Wh te Wha done to
gMitvas Nesbt Thaw..
A' T AdOUTEW WOMAN
Ist alwas fourIat ta ee same aeae
a wtth Balearsa neow LialmetL It
'Mas ea member of he ay free
Sfr aches mat palas, it heals ents*
beiaa"Ge sel sad eosftbeum-
SI I a,-Nembege am anman'.
euler s-nmem sad dstemm IS, See
mp $1 a boel& At all droggistf
04 AUTOISTS .LO UP

A. "Celerade 16" 1tep sd Tw
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D Iver, Jay 3-Clark M. Babbitt,

la alht a" told how he had
S rj 'N am I r oed by two giy l
With bie weue Richard Ra-
& lawyet o Peoria. l.: A. T.
S Bdrivew -a I IKuper,.
b n M ri r e Mr. Babltt~si
Sor Ia his own words:
aO m e left -3 rlng about e'tlock
i turd&a me-ing -0end when we ad
,' vesdl abhot art iy mes anmaf tihe
l mma on h uieackL They were
n -m m dt ..me awa w e frSt
aeted them ad we supposed they
were a people of -WIM Wet cowgirls
he. t ren r 'abeouL Tbe girls

gatlpira g to e oarerctlon, satto
we wew pi'efflg jotwly it wastm
em They wavel to us brt, a"d
4glmmwly salutation ot
f- ab waved bacL. So
too*gleehg *we esheal.
Mae of the gtrs esamed ont:
te there a amiata I wat to
to y souttaahf
II4 Better top I toBl
a" he casw to a halt Then
aem girl gept a coveewd with her re-
volver the other rode up bedle the
eauhamaa held out hbet had. I
bwgd ev smy money, 3.M sa" Bar-
tgiemew produced sin watbh and
whast f ar saythng mMre
ohe ss t wheld aa.rede away.
Bath girl. were emg. were wMe
SThey reoe aAtrMe sad wore danudfy
rtiian. The ael-upes euned at sabot
U lee k ie a Mlm. There was
a waT oy gft aSayoae to chase the
-lo utantaB we eOW do was to rife



'beug tem years agw my brothe
hell-nJ ,sb bin work, health emo

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an a s. Bm y je roaea the r i-
meanJ e, as artJ awM 2-Brg
ea wkha t hm ear em- palabg and
Smabl heubsom a" pebMo biings
R1 *ai Bopm e ato sea troops there
as they are b emsed In other peas
st the o$f8r. The awsrhist comr-
lttee ha oeemplete eoastrel ard is di-
sdating the letiea h a boianem-l1ke
Nano Fglaing at MNlOE
.MVK Juy L-The battle be-
tesa the lMoon ard the Spanish
gnesm at Meanla was resumed yes-
'uv. Thm athtls was ferce. The
ad is strwm with hubaried of corps-
es. The *opaibu uucc-ftually at-
tomatos to drive the Moors from
Me~-t Gura streaheuld. .After, a
mght the Moors repulsed them.
The M o nrS are -aa expanding bul-
t as rd In etim terrible wounds.
HEKu lU hgULP FOR WOMEN
N you hae ps.ai ns the back, uri-
S, ladder or kidney trob'e and
woat a eertan, pleassnt herb relief
wr womem'8s l.. try Mother. Gray's
*AnTRA5AN LmAP." It tois a afe,
qi 6 re 1 uatrW, and reeves all- fe-
za" eakhaemsa, laehla in ternma-I
tahe asd leeratkoa Mother Gray's
Aastniai Leaf sI sold by drauggisets
or aiat lhr mail for M cents. Simple
seat ree. Address, the Mother Gray
0O1 l-eyr, N. T. 6

WiSANOOAH PELL FROM GRACE
hoamenl.k, Va.. July 29.-After the
hatdest and most intensely bitter cam-
pam betAwee the wets and drys ever
held here; the wets yesterday won
the Meal option election by 1 ma-
jerity. The total vote cast was 171.
The estset of the town are filled with
mean r0nlcla over the result.
The eamoaomn was bitter through-
out, atheuh It was orderly. The elec-
tie in 36 resulted In a victory for
the drys h ya eman margin. The elec-
tion SI 1W was dry by a majority of
17 a& them dr were oonfldent of vic-
tory today.


W YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never sufer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 1 bottle two
month's treatment Sold by druggists
or by malL Siad for testlmonlals. Dr.
I. W. Hal, 2Ms Olive Street, SL
Louis Mo.
TYPEWRITER BARGAIN
For $1S spot eash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully $25;
what the room. Apply Immedlately.
Star.
SLAPPED BY A SENATOR
Umweloeme Dimetitiad Iatowoed edn a
PulNMMa Car P rter
Baltimore, July 29.-United States
Senator W. J. Stone, of Missouri, was
held for a bshort time under arrest here
last alght charged with assoulting
Lawrence Brown, a negro porter on a
Pullman car. The senator said that
whea he ordered a lunch in the bufret
car Brown was offTensive and he re-
buaked him The man afterward failed
to *arve the senator and when rebuk-
ed agsip was impertinent, whereupon
the ator say he struck him with
hi ean habnd.
TESTED AND PROVEN
There Is a Heap of Soloe In Bairn
Able to Depead Upon a Well-

IPor months Ocal readers have seen
the eontantm spression of praise for
D an's idney' Pills, and read about
the gsed wvek they have dome in this
leeality. Not another remedy ever pro-
duced such convincing proof -of merit.
This. n lllor, living at 316 Morris
St, Palatka Fla., say: "A few
mots ago I had a severe attack of
huIme hack, atnd was forced to stop
work. I could not bend over to pick
up eaything 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 mr back. If I stoop-
ed. I could hardly straighten. I used
Posters and liniments, but received no
Nelief. I had previously used Dean's
Kdaey Pills and had received such
benecial results that I resolved to
try them agsal. They cured me and
I have not had any kidney trouble
sinee. I told a friend of this remedy,
ma he used them with the same bene-
fleal renaults."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Canll at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
muers report.
For. sale by all dealers. Price 50
eents. Foster-Milburn Co Buffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
States.
RImember the name-Dean's-and
take no other.

aWW RATE=
.via (he
IISABuea6P AIM s adN

Sa.nd **enesmgle and Sewaesm Tenom,
art return. M. W. & M. P.. July 1.
10. 17. 22, 24, 30, August 14, 14. Limit
rept. *
lr .-Sek Meunto%, N. C., and re-
tWa. Chauten July 12, 19. 24.
21 August 2, l,, 21, 25. Limit
sept..4
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A "d Them Took His Depm~um-Aa
Imasa Mink Cippled by te
babomi Ciaoier
Tiptom, Ind., July 2.-The First
National Bank, which closed its doors
temporarily Moendr morali when
It was discovered that Noah Marter.
assistant cashler was missing with
from WSM.Oe to 875MA of the banks
money. has resumed. Marker left
Tipton Saturday niht. His present
wheresbodfts as~ known. .
Marker Is believed to have lost
money in grat speculation. Pour
years ago Marker was the republcan
mnminee for mayor. He has a fam-
Uly and has always stood high la the
community. The beak officials say
the bank will meet the loss.
HIGHEST IN THE WORLD
A Lake Diseoevew d MU Feet Above
aen avel, is the Caf-

Los Angeles. Cal, July 2.-At'an
elevation of 9," feet near the unm-
mit of Mount San Jacinto Supervisor
Marshal ot the Cleveland national
freAt treerve has discovered on ex-
tensive lake. It Is extremely hazard-
ous of aeeei,. to the north and south
of it there being anacalable spars with
no trals. At one place in climbing
the cannon to the summit the water
may be seen through a cleft In the
rocks. The lake lies much higher
than Lake Tahoe.
Struggling over the ledge which
lhdes It Marshall discovered m 4nlfi-
cent views. There are Indlcat aa of
a great depth. Pr6m the peak. an be
seen Mexico, Nevada. Arisoa the
Majove desert. Salton Sea ai the
Channel Islands near Santa B"rt"ra.

ftmr Wasm' W dm.n


We refer to that boon to weak, ~ ue,
afaring women knows as Dr. Pteree'M
favorite Premriptlou.
Dr. John Fyfe ae of die Edlitorial StaS
of Tas urn cro MDICAL Brvnmw says
do Unjorn root (HcLoias Dimlm) which
ke oneof the chief nlaredim of thde F
verite Prescription":
A remedy which varablyacs l ater
Ia bvtIorator akes WM r O rsatl W-
Itof th eaU rfisaUdrum. we
ieo nel Heas we havessadic-
eet which mo. fully mswe IOeaMove
prseak l rdra t h" em o
m a i the tseldom th de a am i
sea which dm not presence m a
9or 4is remedal agent." Dr. yft

or mcW in t meia wblitJgn cmiiu a:
eamt (wea) ef the roomedl
c.rocs
a rese te of womet" o f stae I
de to a weak

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mad the medlel properties of which It
most faithfully represonts.
Of Golden &Sel root, aotherprominet
ugrodlao of Favorite Pmcr tUoo."
PEl. l ood, M. D. of
a Md Colege, Chicao, y:
*Itea i IstanO t remedyr = c dm e-of
te womh I- U cata4r l conditms
I MI III- II
Wp M.eoBI MM"W, MVVQ of
CI nys N of Gotdao Seal root:

lmwirwoulp m nwarded asAties amelt is
Audhldltw state*
l L Burtholow, MS. Dof Jeeaw
Medical College, y of Gode Seal:


foll repreMnt= all th above aumed In-
eitoandcures11the doi sas r which
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PLANS FURNISHED
ON 'APPLICATION


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Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to
children.

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STRONGESTT IN THE WORLD


A VI'T F Is""
FOararl Fea eof a amseimMK ia
wms PeAer t Mar

St. Petersburg July R^A mip
arind wotlag- e s Fte mts a.
doerameb t orVm o a n... j -
ygar a eaatal won"A fiee
thre wate had a immdana ,a
the hatred of theur womrea n the tww
by her f lhrtatton t w e thAe mLa o]
O 0emu eaot of tvt o hek e emi- -'.-
*, both old a yi m threw them- '-
ashe aUpon the girl sa la pI* e eOt.hc e
crie for mercy tore her scetoe w
They the dragge her through -the,
vBia'dby the hair of her head, heat
Iag and stoning her merdllmli. Ie
men when they saw how .avaely .ph
Srl was beian naltrested, atteugptd
to weeae her. Thel" ar"atedwwaga a
however, drove tam of and a ,
drasen their auasW viel to a
larae tt"e fast oe s t hMe viaflge, -
where the hagad her ma them g t-
*ed fre of bruashWoed aer her.-
When the pole arrived the seemed
they fu o the victim ef sthe awea's1
fury tying deal neRe the tre, bhck-r-
semd to a-eilder. .


'TAMWfED TO 1DAT
IW what eoud I.thfauy r be ald of
many children who die They have
worms, poor little things-they don't
know it and you don't really It. I
your child is crest, fretful, pasty
eomple and los weight for
no apparent reason, give It Whites
Cream Vermifuge. Tou w be ar-
prized at the results and how qulekly
it picks up. Sold by aB druggits,
SHOOID "AWAY THE STORK
Maryville, Mo., Jul 2L-The Rev.
W. J. Pa'vim, pastor of the Firt .
church,. outh, In this city, who rp-
cently began a move to erect a four
suite fat on part of the church prop-
erty, as a church lavestment, has n-
nounced that the .stork is to be
shooed say from the church fiats once
they are erected. The suites have
been spoken for by four childless cou-
ples.


DON'T GET A DIVORCE
A western Judge granted a divorce
on account of ll-temper, and bad
breath. Dr. Klngs New Life Pins
would have prevented It. They eare
constipation, causing bad breath amd
liver trouble the ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaea. conquer
chills. Roe at all druggists.
BELLEVIEW
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson, with
their daughters, Irene and Marion, or
the 22d, went to Lake Weir to camp.
0. M. Gale, on the 23d, commenced
building a cottage at Smith 14ke. J.
T, and Thos. Hames are the carpen-
ters.
On the 22d, R. C. Ridge and his
grandson, Frank Gale, returned from
a two weeks* visit at 8t. Petersu.rg.
On the 23 MB. J. T. Hames returned
from Gaffney. Ga., where for several
weeks she has been visiting relatives.
Miss Fay Campbell, of Ocals, Is
visiting Miss ssie Foy.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Gale and ,their
three children are camping at SBnith
Lake. Mrs. Washburn, of Ocala, vis-
ited them on the 28th.
Mrs. J., L. Whisenant and her
daughter, Maggie, are visiting rela-
tives in North Carolina. They will
return in September.
Mrs. W. F. Ritter and her four
children have gone for a month's visit
to Lake City and other places.
Rev. B. F. Freer, pastor of the Bap-
tist church, has a field of corn worth
seeing. The writer saw a stalk with
six fully developed ears- of corn on It.
Some of our young people on the
evening of the 24th went to a dance at
the store of Mr. Newport at East
Lake.
The Beyeview Workers are not to
meet again until the first Thursday in
September.-
A letter from Short Beach, Com.,
says that John Lyle is driving an Ice
wagon, and likes that part of the
country very much.
If you have pains m the backweak
back. or any other Indications of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder, you should get
DeWltt's Kidney atd Bladder Plls
rigkt away when you experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder- eeom-
plaint, but be sure that you get De-
witt' Kidney and Bladder Pill. We
know what they will do for you, and
If you wiU send your name to K. C.
DeWitt & Co., Chicago, you win re-
ceive a free trial box of these kidney
and bladder pills. They are sold here
by all druggists.

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
M.70 Savannah, Ga, July 26th. Limit
to leave Savannah July 29th.
115.5 Mobile, Ala. July Slot. August
1st and 2nd. Limt Aug 15th. ex-
tension to August 28th-
AgbSt-4 150--Ls Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 3L Variable routes
and stopovers.
pSM--Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes sad stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$18.7L-Monteagle and Sewannee.
Tenn.. July 1, 10. 17. 22. 24. Au-
gust 13. and 14. LImit September
L. Stopovers allowed.
For further Information call on w
write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland, D. P. A., Tampa. F.
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*u.c -jo bm n -h %t Bis r4m em the t-rd eor et ,S wW_ bae a i
ius th .-e asmter tf the ros- w M -, a e fr vaeto-m.
O'FT" eld& A v-- a rewem to his rtst d dinner was served an
". temple. He Seed Wy Nme sht. The BBrp-shoter amd after se
Sdlso eH the saw esea ibst detraed the right eye a"d at the spring the party
gMejtp st arp the PhilB- pSg tl AMh the upper part of the Gra e. aB having
Ss sMee left. It is not believed that be man trip so much that another
sido ood r f I ssmtu- reover*.n alous hbe cometanmd co- ned for the nser fture:
ShM bw- lode at Sm sad smld s5Cs 'r some@ time after the shoot- The exemrslomlts were:
:t oe Sf a- -ler. Mrs. F. L Mills, Mate Jo,.
S,. gt- I so-hate It is A. Counts. Mr. and Mrs.
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64 al>i5? h-s a't tMsk that is ms-
ho geM.. JuTht was Just a
p* -woo for want *so*miethmg
1 0a0 I tell ys e of a person who
al b st-MatEl I knew a young lady
MM w~ l*a seatltmetal that every
d. tosk a half hour off to go
W -w o -e m rgaue mad ee If any
r a a f her admirers had committed sul-

e -ThrI s scores ta5xV t. this sec-
"uh eatry th all other dis-
s pat together, ad until the last
At. $- w yes a was supposed to be incur-
M t aim, Ple a gr at many years doctors
49- a p e Pe f It a local disease and pre-
S sribedt leal remedies, and by con-
Sas tblU to cure with local
4 U t- promounced It Incurable.
1 8 enM e poved catarrh to Ue a
Mbu1 b -tlttl@ Sl- disease and therefore
On" et lga, s constitudteal trwatmerft.
mUgMs Etal'sf Catarr Cure, manufactured by
SJ._ Cm aey & Co. Toledo, Ohio, is
1l t e y emstiutlo"al core on the
.E l-- M A- uMt. it. s taken internally In
-*sl dms &rom 1# drops to a twaspoonful.
SasEof It It rectly on the blood and mu-
as Arft-MF of the system. Thy of-
Slsu. hundred dollars for any case
'A .a to-ea Sead for circulars and
mo mbnias. Address: P. J. HENETY
W -6C. T0 o. Ohio. Sold by dr%.t-
Ia m Wg t .?5 'Tako HalWs Family Pills
IlMM--nMSL --
-* .LS__C Mr. CL C -biw, of Ocala.-is in
Sthe city ttAAinag to business matters.
Sof t. Cr.Ift*b Mim Is one of the pioneers
i lab g Mhigh grade cattle in Florida.
il'I sa"d 1 aw a large stock farm near
jg. o He is a guest of the Park Ho-
g sus tnville Metropolis. 28th.

i We are ,mailing to our customers.
lS eats and the public in general some
M.soe 1l0 vety valuable information. If you do
.e ot 'get this Information It is your
6i,8W.ei ja"lt < and not ours, for your name Si.
" aT -. *.pot on our fmailing list. In this case
i *v ati- I e would thank you to send us a card,
at Sa tsilwuag your name a&d Address, and
S ea&.0t fo t information wMil be sent t" you.
A w b, e teetlay. The G10ie, the "Underg-
q sing Store In Ocals."
Auetlan steamshia p Emilia, 2.-
l to Capt. Setora, arrived in port
M'11liem afternoon Fr, Trieste. Aus-
t .rnI d doekaed at the Cummer ter-
miAes to load- with posphate from
"w -* Ci nder Phosphae many for
Sto ea the aigmut of Louis ChasaL The
"h ndis o'esigned to John G. Mc-
3 I & Cft, and will also take mis-
,4 y i ,.i &ifreight.--Jacksonville Me-
tie_. ,e.- e* 7 pt r .
i "g *vuy6one would be beneted by tak-
SM o r. r les OtIino Laxative for stom-
L ch and liver trouble and habitual
a' tall .OsMMatlon. It sweetens the stom-
W). q4" alne iln e h and breath. gently stimulates the
rL" vWe and regulates the bowels and is
wit, with a much superior to pals and ordinary
ia oetr autr. ve Why not try Poley's Orino
S Lax ve today? Sold by all druggists
CTURE
," ~~ C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville,
a in Was'- handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
r those domes- each; $T.0 per dosen.
Id In her cook
.IwTork TbM best pills made are DeW.tt's
S"W Little Marly Risers, the famous little
itI ft v er pills. They are small, gentle,
Wed forth In pleasant, easy to take and act prompt-
p. Meeting a by. They are sold by all druggists.


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DON'T NEED GLASSES


Many people do not need glasses but
most people do. .
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to it.
Two-Consult us about it.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them. DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

BATTLE AT BARCELONA

Madrid, July 29.-The government
Is rushing extra troops to Barcelona
where the rioting continues. The ar-
tillery Is using heavy guns to demolish
the barricades erected by the rioters.
A note was issued officially saying
that the situation was very grave and
that the rebelliob must be repressed
with an iron har.J.

A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY
attended by the highest priced baby
specialist could not be cured or.stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby if you give it
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
hoea, dysentery and all derangements
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drug-
gistm.

HEAVY LOSES ON BOTH SIDES

Melilla, Morocco, July 29.-Yester-
day's battle cost the Spanish two hun-
dred dead and wounded, including
General Pintos and two lieutenant-
colonels. The Moors charged in the
fact of a heavy fire from the artillery
and their loss is also believed to be
large.

Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar
as It cures stubbon coughs after other
treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles.
Reasnor, Iowa, writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley'S Honey and
Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and
pain in my lungs and they are now as
sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug-
gists.

STONE WAS JUSTIFIED
Baltimore, July 29.-Senator Wm. J.
Stone, of Missouri, was acquitted in
police court for having struck a waiter
on a dining car for being Impertinent
to him. The Judge held Stone to be
Justifiable in striking the negro.

Contrary to Tradition.


"What is
llvingr
"Annex a
in-law."


THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES
sad taste as sweet. That's why Schles-
Inger's and Lowney's Candles in half
and pound boxes' are so popular. Pure
senfeetlos these; r di"cious. Ow
mouseetlomery Is free trim adulters-
tioe. It is wholemsem, and healthful.
nry kind af ceafeetlery herm
Pulft Cold Drinks, Cigars and News-


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the best way to make a

rich and generous mother-


Quite Right.


"Why are women such silly cream
tures?"
"Because they are so quick to dis-
cern what is desired."
"What do you mean?"
"Men like congenial company."

Added Later.
"If all the world's a stage, there was,
one of the Important ages that Shake-
speare missed when he only counted
seven."
"And whk h is tihtr
"The tank damma."

Too Cold.
"I coufem I haveu't much charity."
"It Isto a good thing too."
"Why do you think so?"
"It would feel so uncomfortable with
you."_

Slight Mistake.
He looked lato her tender eyes.
And thought he saw his fate.
A wireless message, too. It seemed
If he could read It straight.
But the expression to Intense
Was caused by what she ate.

Repose.
"How do you manage to keep sach
a good temper
"I avoid the company of those who
ask fool questions. Good morning."


mann. Miss Christina
Mises Carrie Holy. Beunla
Mr. Ray Holly, Ilttles Ml
Lou Long. Louise Heta
Helen and Kate -Mills, Ma
Mills, Graham, Davis an
Long. Claud Counts at
Heinemanp. Some-


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Bob Holly.
Mrs. Heine-
Heinemann.
h Holly and
isoes Annie
wmans and
ster C. W.
d Marsdell
Ad finrich
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TAFT, PAYNE AND ALDRICH

Got Teogther and Put the Final
Touhels on the TarW PFigures
Washington. July 29.-A majority of
the members of the conference com-
mittee on the tariff bill brought their
labors to a close at 6 o'clock last night.
Immediately afterwards Senator Al-
drich and Representative Payne went
to Fort Meyer in an automobile where
President Taft was watching the flight
of the Wright aeroplane, to lay the
report before the president.
All day the conferees attempted to
bring down the House rates on gloves
and the Senate rates on lumber to fig-
ures of which they thought President
Taft would approve, but to no avail
Although this was not admitted by
the conference, it is believed that
Senator Aldrich and Representative
Payne have been Instructed by the
conference to arrange such figures as
are agreeable to the president and ac-
ceptable to the House and Senate.
Returning from Fort Meyer. Repre-
sentative Payne and Senator Aldrich
seemed satisfied with the result of the
mission, but would not discuss mat-
ters. It was announced offeially that
the. democratic members of the con-
ference will be called in session to-
day. The rates on lumber, In the
rough state, $1.40 a thousand feet.
Gloves were made dutiable at rates in
advance of the rates of the Senate
bill which is nearly the same as the
Dingley tariff. The rates on print pa-
per is $3 a ton. Hides were left on
the free list It is believed that the
report will be disposed of by both the
Senate and the House next week.

ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL

I will place an electric smoothing
Iron in your home on a few days' trial
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in: the home, especially In
hot weather. Connect the curd with
one of yotur light drops and in a few
mnirutos the iron is hot. No smoke
or dirt and Ist only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.

TAFT IS NOT PLEASED

Thinks Tariff on Lumber Should Not
Go Above $125
Washington, July 29.--Congression-
al visitors to the White House report
that President Taft is not satisfied
With the supposed agreement between
the House and Senate conferees as
announced last night. Mr.' Taft has
expressed himself, it is said. in em-
phatic terms, that the rate on rough
lumber should not go above $125..
PAN BARGAINS
An eight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only throe cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.

If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble could realize their
danger they would without loss of
time commence taking Foley's Kidney
Pills. This great remedy stop the
pain and the Irregularities, strength-
ens and builds up these organs and
there Is no danger of Bright's disease
or other serious disorder. Do not dis-
regard the early symptotns. Sold by
all druggists.


For Sle by

T. W. TROXLER


Better Still.
"I hear you bare a lawsuit on hand."
"Yes. but I am not worrying over It."
"Got a good case?"
"No, but I've got a good lawyer."


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NORRILL PROMOTES MORAUTY j

Or .Tainks He 0es, by Senasadnal
Memos oi ithe Pulpit
MinnearsoU, July 29.-If doubt had
existed in the minds of many as to his
carrying out threats made several
days ago that he would protograph
women appearing on the streets to
peek-a-boos. It was dispelled when
Rev. G. L. Morrill delivered his BIlu-
trated lecture on the lewd and nude
at a local theater last night. The er-
mon was heard by a packed house,
mostly women.
At least twenty-five pictures of
Minneapolis women on Nicollet avenue
were thrown upon the screen. Some
wore low neck dresses whilp others
were shown with tight fitting clothes.
Exposures up- to the knees by several
women who were photographed was
the most startling part of tie illustra-
tions, these women coming In for a
greater share of criticism.
Dr. Morrill also threw scenes of
several animals found In the Lodo__
Zoo and compared the women with-
them. "Any woman who is Immodest
enough to hold her skirts to her knees
on the principal thoroughfares of this -
city should be placed toin the same cate-
gory with these animals," he said. 'It
is indecent exposure at best, and any
.woman who cares so little about her-
self as to pull her dress above her
knees, probably so men can gaze upon
her fancy hosiery, should be consid-
ered no better than an animal.
Dr. Morrill spent most of Saturday
afternoon securing the photographs.
He got several of the subjects una- ,
wares. others dodged the camera rays
as much as possible. Frequent attempts
were made by men carting women
slated for an exposure to demolish
the camera and one. barely missed
breaking the lens. The pastor was
threatened by several with prosecu- o
Uton. t
Pedestrians followed the preacer
as he walked from place to place, evi-.
dently enjoying the procedure, but did *
not interfere.
None of the names of those who
appeared in the illustrations could be
learned, their faces having previously
been blurred. Dr. Morrill refuses to
make public their Identity.
Dr. Morrill took occasion to criti-
cise local ministers. "Sbow we the
preacher with a ten thousand dollar
salary who would come here and por-
tray the Immoral acts of those who
claim to be lovers of God and leaders
of society." he said. "Nose of them
would dare to do it. If a man were
drowning I would jump "n and try to
save him. The ordinary minister
would not."

OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. O. R. M.
Meets Thursday evenings at 7.3. at
Yonge's Hall. W. Gray. C. of R. -


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


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Tulula Lodge. No. 28
L 0. O. F. meets ev-
e f ery Tuesday evemlng
In Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
ways welcome.
W. L. Colbert, N. 0
M. M. Little, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE
NO.36

B. P.0. L
Meets second Tuesday
evening in each mouth
until October. Visit-
ing brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb, Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary.

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apts and see the new bookr A at the
the Oeala News Co.
CMat. Mart of O m Springs, at
Sa g the s Hoe. se.

NuarW s fine candies fresh eveye
week only at the iP rce Drutor
Mr. C. A,. Maleroi of ntsomerp Is
a guest of the Oals oteusema.

or -osese 'fWr.wM cure any east
f Chl and see the new booPreks at the
pt. J. Webater of Okawainesvhe is
te oe t the Oese House. -

Ther were 2 arriva s at the Man-
teuma s ne dles fresh eve
Te wenl at the P arrivals at the Drugstorala
Howe Stertay.
A new shipmentt of that famous Al-
pine FteX jUst received at the Court
Mr. JCs. W. Meth of Dunntgomery ion was
In the city today reistered at the
Moute--a. .
Tr gesta box o that sunmrn ream,
for sunburn oseand freckles, l at the any Court
at Ch mad ver. Price .Sc.









Mr. M. WeRobinster of the Rosen-
helm weroe Co arrivals atin the ity spend-
InA e afedayst of with his family.
WA r ad f or 6-ekles, aottae inCourt
Mr. rd Mrs. J.Robinson of thpener and
few dayshoe Co, is the city spend a month.

WA FOR NT-uor 5-room cottage Inwo
healthy neIghborhood. Apply to X. X.






blocks from square, modern conven-
iences; 24 Watula street
Mr. J. H. Brinson of Eureka, is In
the city today and made us a pleas-
,ant cal.


j Mr. 0. A. Petteway, a prominent
Tampa banker and a former Ocala
citien, Is Iatown.
Take one of those bathing cars
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.

AtternePs F. B. Coaler and J. C.
Davaat, Jr., of Brooksvlle, are in the

MrL. L. L Home of York came up
yesterday frot Green Springs and
registered at the Montesume

Mr. J. M. Neely of Su.mmerfleld was
in town yesterday, a guest of the
Moetesuams
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
erent pieees. The Anti-Monopoly
Drgstore.

Mr. D. W. Tompkins went to Lees-
burg this afternoon to look after bus-
Ieme Inteests theie and will attend
the big picnie at Webster tomorrow.

ocfcuped by Mr. H. C. Judd, No. 241
Watuls street. Apply Dr. J. Wilter
sid.. 7-l*tf


F lAOR SALE-; auto buggy, 40-
ieh wbel, soUd rubber tire, Sbhorse-
power, 2-cylinder engine, 'full leather
top; reftted with new parts. Box 473,
Ocala, PFa. 7T--tdltw

Drew Mathews. Joe Mathews and
Wl' Matews, all of the liemington
setl. weer hbae on business yester-
day.-GahmeTlfle Sun.
The pracptu o apartment Is the
main stay of any dAu es.r. Accuracy,
relabilty. promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of out
busIMaeas e of the largest in the
country. Sead us your prescriptions.
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ws the ebatr fnatd, mhenf, Uso t o
h aelw u e wat rry a Shat ee1 -
a r Ltd oa se come. amothe w
left for Mase Saturday m
it afpear that the aU er fAWt 1 .
rs swnr, eat a warrant aW aNK
Seem oeutv oto his t &Nebo
wishes. At any rate, s erense te-
appear against Me. Jones.-g -ft
ad tso use to co plat t MftM
Mr. Jones is a repai er lat tmrpeatie
Sa i ad bea I Ocala fer aboet
these-fourths of a year. He mee male
a si'est mary telds here, who se-
tiled to bi popularity by tandim m.
loualy by him n his tisWub in .

LOOKING FOR THE THIEVES

The police force and an extra ma
who was put on last night were in-
structed to heold up every aa white
or blaek, seds at arge after 12 e'eieck
and make him give an account of hIm.
self. An effort is being made to catch
the miscreants who have been eter-
Ing houses In the rity sad stealing.

A BIGAMIST ARRESTED

tr. A. E. Clne, vet.,neary surgeon
and all-round scoundrel, who fooled
pretty little Bertha Cook of Gaines-
ville. fito a marriage with him some
months ago. has been Jailed In West
Virginia on the complaint of one of
the women he deceived. It is to be
hoped he will get a life term nla the
pen.
Miss Cook was cashier of the Va-
riety Store In Ocala some two years
ago, and made may wfr!=d here.m
RENTED NEW OFFICES
The Ocala Lumber and Supply Co.
successor to M. J. Roess, has rented
the new store room In the W. W. Cly
att building for a period of five years
and will at the same up for the of-
fices of the Company.

NEW PLANER AT MARTIN
The Reess Lumber company Is pat-
ting In a ne wand much larger planer
at their planing and saw mlli at Mar-
tin.

FINED FOR FIGHTING
In Judge Bell's court this morning
Henry Powell and Nina WilIamsa, eol-
ored, from lawell, were tried for fight-
ing. Powell was fined $25 and costs
and Nina aws discharged.
Saa d


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


and
pro-

best


Mrs. Blanche Hannah and little
daughter, Christine, of St. Petersburg,
whl have been visiting Mrs. Han-
nah's sister, Mrs. Ramsauer In Jack-
sonville, passed through town today on
their way home.
Delay in commencing treatment for
a slight. Irreguulrit, that could have
been cured quickly by Foley's Kidney
Remedy builds up the worn out tis-
sues and strengthens these organs.
Sold by al druggists.

Mr. E. D. Blaine has accepted a po-
sition with the Ocala Lumber & Sup-
ply Co. Mr. Blaine Is one of tlh best
posted lumber men In this section of
the state, having had a great many
years' experience in the business.
We are showing the best 2Sc. box of
writing paper thab we have ever had,
and If you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this from
the Postoffice Drugstore.

.Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumer, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydlngs &
Company.

The charge of kidnapping Against
Mrs. Gerock. at Homosassa, failed to
hold, but she was held on the charge
of entering, and not being able to give
the required $300 bond, was sent to
the county Jail at Inverness.
FOR RENT-Five-room house near
pumping station. Apply to !. C.
Jones, Qa1A Bottlink Works, Oeala,
Fla. 4-25-tt

The members of the Pa.aanlore fam-
ily, living south of town, near L. 0.
Booher, are all very sick and depend-
ent on their neighbors for help.
Iffthe glare .of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25c. The Postofloe Drag-
store.


Mr. Tucker ays If the rain con-
tinues, he will change the Air Dome
Into a swimming pool. Tou can't
Keep a good man down.

The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are used, which are select-
ed by men-of experience.
Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith expect to
leave, the last of next week, for a trip
through the west.
WANTED-To borrow SM (six
hundred dollars). Will give uao4kagage
on city property In Ocala, and pay
good Interest. Want loan immediate-
ly. Address Box 787, Jacksonville Fla.
Soreness of the muscles, whether In-
duced by violent exercise or InJ1ry, Is
quickly relieved by the free applica-
tion of Chamberiain's IUnlment. This
liniment is equally valuable for mus-
cular rheumatism; and always affords
quick relief.


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A Quecr Fleh.
In European fresh water is t
found a very lire mpihud know
the wels. Its bead is large, broea
prmd.M fully as log as the t
tselt while the ta is. compre
and lonmgr tham the head and t
together. The rtre fish Is de4t
of scales and covered with a m
slippery skxn lke an e qL The a
is very abort. th mouth brea".
the lower jaw longer and very e
lbie. There are six barbeis an
the meuth, two of which. situte
each side of the upper Jaw befon
eye, are vey long. extending
ft the tal. The other four are


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Well located eim &t1" T, dt
Appb to 1. W. DOi*e ar e Qr Wg
t the Moctomma betel.

WATCH Fun THE RED WAAOS
The Florida Paking & lee A C aw
sow has Its delivery wages e the
stlion retailing lf. t he mMany is
alse shipping from the plant and
selling to the trade to quttiti Seem
the company's ad. elsewhte aI this
Ifsse. The Ice is made tram pure
distilled water sad Is arst-dcas

NO BAND CONCERT THIS WEEK
Owing to the absence of some mem-
bers and the unsettled condltionot the
weather, there will be no band Jmcert
thi week. A.. Gerft Director.

SPECIAL kAR.Y BREAKFASTS
Thoee wishing extra eaty break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
ea-y as 4:20 Ifthey desire.

HOUSES FOR RENT
Modern ottages, an veaf meets
wel located and new. App ly t Joe-
epb Dell, at court house.

SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE
A fne soda fountain for msle:; o*st
$126; will take 1MS ash for it Ap-
ply to 8. A. Moses & Brother. city.

ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnished rooms r rent at
the Wistetria. Apply to M. IL C.
Jones. -

INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
)I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophaae glass sha&' for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, tte electric sup-
ply man. .

PIANO TUNING
Ten years experience.
any music teacher In Ocala, any
mueic houe ain Jacksonville. 'Phone
3.L A. LansforJ. city. I3--tif

Bear in mind we carry a fu line of
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Oeala
News Company.

LOSI-tsetween Omas Furunitute
company's store and Holder block, gold'
sunburst pin with pearls and diamond
center. Return to. D.-W. avis, Hol-
der Block. 6-24-Lf

Intaxieatif Drl.
"We have .000 intoxlrating drisk.
In Ameria." said a, temperance le-
turer. "T*at. I befere. Is the record.
-Expert as our metropolitan bar
tenders are. they have none of them
matered the entire American drink
qustloa, and they would throw up
their wet hands If a mea asked tfr a
bak-no-ma-halo, a easMshf a am. a
larangeia or even a mescaL
"You see, all the ranes that compee
America Introduce here the drinks of
their ol bomee. Bak-nasma-lo and
san a m oriental cordials, swert and
perfmmed and nasty, that our aeMdIe
and sailor learned to like tn the,
Phlippiea.
"A laranls is a slightly.acid drink
from South America. It is a mixture.
of the leaves. loweis and fruit of
trepil plants-orange, beanaa, lime.
pineapple, lemon. hebocolate, manage,
gMuava, tamarind and I dout know

"Heecal is a Mexan abomlastom
made of the cactus. It goes down like
a buneh of cactus thorns.
"A csasha is a powerful suger cane
rum that the Jamalcan. distUIl Ulkcittly.
Por a cest you esan by a pint. though
half a pint is quite eufeisu"-New
Orleans Times-Democrat.


- Dela In ta ng Vs
I a Remedy If you haveN U j.
iand or bladder trouble, -h
n upon and makIes L aCM
runk Bemedy today and yd- w
itute well. Why risk a h
MetL. BoM by aB b l ..b-. .
M a'etHve youSm the mr
U .heles typewrier? C


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M- only mMes oI the yWorl. W oL A. Ria t Owea. t Msee -mo
Sact a hoaorSr Mar e t hre for n peopAle mbA-d s to have Mr- wh -we-
.., O Us EX..O. that Ins the usor Cher socs n-tie week, but i o .n .poo tok
Stdevr WOr (is tol "Ma pitial little greaf y:
soyM of the child I A ries whose w rI M. A. a ss of l ad r, vwabte&,
W ,eat wasLru tooled by nr appeal ofr hter down eo -Wilam Re at iL .
m I hafosies for funs with whnik to few aystbtl week..
S. farther spread the GospeL asd who Mrs p T. Ja M M emr. a .r- m
seM ldherself for a slave sad or ht riv.r here Mnadmy hen 1fatm ms ms"ad
the moseey ratit: n moid do othleo have started ay s.b e hplg .
*g gM t ;SSe 0a4d -lees, when Jesus bhad doe so much Ma ttleft r prot unl ow and weBv pri
*^ ---B HI ^t91 U6.tfe ea es I gaver mb of the gave visited Bhr au n Ms. re ate.r It few
Him sel for mea"d the Is true lo ve," days th y weew
write the edtor of Jlor Wor.n no Mr. o. J. W e a rtd tamwy home
In the Deland Christian church aso- froem Pabloe Meaday.
clety the roenat election of officers Dr. Carwd lleft Wi dee a for hi
0s0ws ealy names of the younger feature home ia Ocalo. Mrs Carnwell
Emembe- rs, t fMa ormer rthand-bys now will go Fn day. Thn ei r friends
concluding it mere helpful If they will hate to see thesm leaveand the Oclak
a soact as honorary smwh bers, throwing people sh r i rtel very proud to have
Sher famslbily which gives training, on theS In a their da .
4 ii~ &Rt rhowe who need it aiot. This s a plan Mr. J. W. Crosby h beoo very m
,, I SEX. E1 N ^that pro Ibable y some othderl societies this w eek. but s n rowing jad g.
RimA ARTI% beAh dsD rwoulcd add useul in pushing Intoo Mrs. Mevas od sl and Gr ove, was 1.t
ftr t ranks the younger workers, town Wednesday.
SThe Abu rndale society has a new Or popular n marshal Mr. Whitley.rk

Sht teals o art ef i nks; Edmiston. and treasurer. Mp Vera know several weho hated to See a ....him
'-1l ebam lo of Piorid. ia .19. Thorp. All but the pride are of depart.
eBdesm'm t; a e.s moderate; e the younger members of the society. The Misse Borland are entertainl s Itis foolish ras i
-agguaagaliatioN: stadis for They commenced the near year locally a hoaseparty this week.
by paying a generous amount Into Mr. Boiling and family of Island
oCn Pleoe thn Sount e GUnion treasury. si Greve. visited Mr. and Mr s. A. T. Gore. 10 .li -,
Mrs. Martin Miller, the worthy state Monday. t
ddn AA' .... noidt h- mission officer while seeing ome of Mr. E. L Wartman went down toCut- ..
her family off on a visit to South Car- Ocala Monday. se aet tC
olin, staid on the train until it start- Citra s sa rel on a boom. T wo A
lR"-i ' '-.' "L .ed. In setting of sddenl by shehad a fPmilies T Hm North Carolina arrived tr C&
fall which resulted in her right elbow Wednesday. Mr. Kabse has purchased
being dislocated and bruised too Mr. Means house and will move at &oN Ad that te best m d
plent ful to be comfortable. The. Kis- onee Mr. MeAl reset ill move aI othee I d wl be p
simmee Presbyterian secretary. Mrs. Carswell residence soon. We hear ofd
Miller's daughter. Miss Rhth Butler, several more coming oh g
was away on a tri pbut wcae home Mr. and Mr 's Harp of Eureka, were a i 91
at onc e and tendrly cared for her In town Wednsday. Me. a ud was
A .- some other r aI the rapid recovery froni on her way to North Carolina, tMr. to
the accident, but it takes a good deal Harp going as far as Jacksmoville Wrk Du i har mo urltwi t. W
Sto discourage our workers and Mrs. with her. m C
Miller -has gotten out the avest msh- Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Mi mi
slon lealet e believe that has been Rby. of Reddsck are in te o n this
In a ne bd prepared by one aIn her state office. week, visiting Mrs. Johnon's daugh-
She will soon send It broadcast, ac- tears, Mrs. Carswell and Mrs. Ramey. SOUTH LAKE W1IR
companied by a circular letter to all Miss Etta Burleson went up to
S Young People's and Junior societies. Hawthorne Stupilay Mrs E D. Peake. who ae set "
State Citizenship Superintendent Dr. Creetmore of IAve Oak, will 0lo- the past few meantb at AgbM a
Dr. Dilley, of Avon Park. has moved cate here In Dr. Carswels place, and New Jersey. and other other po
M ... I- tnto'his own home opposite the Con- we are sure everybody is well pleased ha retuned.
5. $ 7 5gregational church, of which he is to have him. Mr. and rs. A. G. Gat wer o d ew
St a pastor. t great s s the interest shown raa om Ocala n their rauton Seaday
in Floridar paneavor world by this new PRESIDENT HELPS ORPnANS visiting Mr. Gates brother, Mr. C. '
Scomer among us, and It is predicted Gates..
that this caw be the "banner" ar HaNdrETS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING I thing in Plana eld Vermont d r t
f.,.' tor otemperace activity by ourch. Th helped by the president of the Indus- school house L aad ill be p. on as .
..... .l n de aoreras In the past we have not trial and Orphans Hom nat an a o enoen as eater permek's F"a-
V5' n rd d shown the seal in this respect that Ga., who writes: -We have used Mr. Boan e Ocal, ade a call here
soee other state unions have done. Electric itters In this nstitutio for in town on aoSnday on Jahis 'a to
The Endeavorers of the First Chris- nine years. It has proved ae me st e p Daytoma te his fee toar tg cMt.
tian church In Jacksonville have had cellent medicine for stomach, liver and Mrs. P. r. Haiml arrived home the Pk1%
,HmI a re-organisation and the revising of kidaey troubles. We regard It as one past week. She w an camah
..Sthe list of members (more than that of the best family medicines on her nee, Miss Arold, and her" up
of any society In Florida). Mr. Ralph heart It nvigorates the vital or- nephew from Georg a.
M. Patterson is the new president and anM, purites the blood, aids.diges- The Rev. F. F. Ga, w e recent. ..e "a "i
'" one of lonr experience I such tion, creates appetite. To strengthen death In'Jacksovlle was noted in
t ,-e, Caets Corn work. Mins Eddie McManaman Is and build up thin, pale, weak children last weers Btar, uas ell hw oto -
.t* b .n4 blood-not a reporter and promises to report news or run-down people it has no equaL many here, h avit preaded es *ihere 'pf
t .i. 1tatio but just for our press columns. Best for female complaints. Only s5e w visiting his brother. Mr. Chas.
Ow at ":tr.t. A State President Wineard recent at all dtuggists. B. J, w n the. C tter wrr ta ti
there called on Rev. Mr. Gibbons, pas- 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING living in Plalnileld Vermont
tor of the Congregational church. The The Mr. enja min BriggLaM. l was -
SYoung People's society I. doing little How s tat. This is not an *ato- mentioned in lt wees Staru asu -
ler in -da athis summ er, but Mrs. Gibbons Is srp- mobile, but one of those pow 8-linb ig taken the positle of tkeMr t agent M
erintendent of the thriving Jusnor or- Westinghose elecc te an that I at the union statlo in Jibess I
ganisatlon, one of the largest In the have just received. Let me place one was formerly a South lake Weir bae.
SState Union on the lst of Juniors -or two of them in your home or on His former schoolmates and "cqIiylnt-
o 9 Cth tt daon cdepartin your de ht E W. Tucker, the elect; ances wil be glad to hear of a his sme
Illg workers Introduced to M those of tal T A o re for many t a wie Abetwee
northe states: ev and Mrs. WilTo n- bedroom on second floor, con er and goers this yr, Mr
cox, of Florahome. to Mr. W. R. Cep M Reed being the last to go auth
erly, Chicago, president of the llnoblock fro A. A ndpply Rest. the olored te ry.
S ork un ion; Miss Nin Gano and ssletter recent tellintun of O avenue. ith Mrs. vert D. Peak a s
SUto the president and secretary of the Mr. e J. H. Counts, repesto o, tha. it -
__ __ ,_ __ -r ._ HTenr in unen; Miss Winey, both Mrxo U the rm ofa Knigt church of t eak e u wsnton.m iass -
of Tampa 'to Mr. A. Srhaab, Introduc- .. was in town on Tuesdayh t arryig at h ig- t pe in .lK ,lS
SSSS, !tloa ofafr for Ner York; Robert .. .t, *e d the Pleasant Hills house. opeawhat aet h-e ean Wa
.pinning and Robert E. Peacock. of Rev. 5. J. Thompson sad wife of
Winter Haven, gone to Springfeld, Iggatre of Belleview, were visitors here thiW
Mass.. were Introduced to Mr. Poling, week, at the home of Mr. and Mrs 3.
prident of the Massachusetts state S. LUpham.
aIon; Mrs. Chelman and Miss WiI- FOR RENT-Two furaisbed rooms Nero Davis, a well known coloesd
s y, of Tampa. fow In Champaign, for light bousekeeping on irst oor; man, who has worked for Mr. Ftap u
IlL, were Introduced to Mr. McPeet- all conveniences. Also one nicely fur- Lytle for many years, died on unma
a, secretary of the Illinols union. To nished bedroom on second foor, One- and was burled on n Moday at Valley
Mnr. Kmports, president of the New half block from A, C. I.. depot Apply Rest. the colored estetery.
York union, a letter went telling of 3 Oklawaha avenue. Five mare converts, makig twenty-
1 the sojourn in Brooklyn of Mrs. R. M. one in all, were baptised on the 13th


were also mentioned. merchant and tarpeatte oprsator at CcS:


Interlaeben, Fla, July 28. 1909. W. F. MARLOW, Propriet Sammerfield Belleview and alln M- .
1Msfly Wrion county, was In town oa nlday ^'
S- *RAVE FIRE LADDIES Rates reasonable. All goods pre- with a photographer takig platures
at often receive severe burns putting out ed and cleaned on short notice and ot some of the prcipal pla wh *Whichi~.
Sres, then use Bucklen's Arnica Slve delivered promptly. All transient it was understood are to be used aI
I iand forget them. It soon drives out work not called or i 30 days wil advertsing a large body of tfen r t- e1 I Si .. i
pain. For burns, scalds,.wounds, cuts be sold for carge lands between here and SnauqyId. n
and bruises it's earth's greatest healer. RATE, ONE DOLLAR A MONTH d in h ac tui
Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores, FINANCIAL STATEMENT h- L vs C o Iall
boils, a lcers, felons; best pfle cure I go-qp rta. .ag,
SmaRd Rlef i huInstant 5c at all E L Carney, Tax Ceeter, is Ab- The i te, vry ar

KENDRICK Ceosty Scheol Fund pee Mt.o.I els, B taA. a i
S Uncollected May 1,. 19"9 .... 86..O 'Old O .
There will be an Jce cream supper By insolvent list, Uw Ked- SA M rWi g
gten at the school house next Wed- I real and personal ..$1673.11 DIsaBiL ,
SBL eeday night, August 4th, for the ben- By tress. receipts .... 4849.,4 l a m i -L WL
"'- -^ eflt of the Methodist church here. All By coll. tax sales e m te Wa l -
areIP F ta ed Be0 ar cordially Invited to attend. Plenty to state .... ....... 334 tSl09 g n O d an
^i^-r B An nr's PoA kof cream and cake s assured and a Cewty Prsper Fud t.fI at A
pleasant evening can be spent for a Uncoected May P1p 1rM ...7.1 5 (1a e ato a*aso
good cause. S B In By insolvent list, 9 iMo thl I
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford C. Webb left rea and personal .. 33.25 2 a e o l fMr es mark.
'D ni E "n M niDlas t Mopday for Lake Weir, accom- P m t e c By tress. receipts ... 111L91 de me -
penied by Mrs. M. 0. Davis and little By co. tax sales S-aet esell MS.. '
am sn ad Mrs. Davis' sister. Miss Grace l1|st P it to state ...... .... 12. 1S5.27 Wn t f t
S.Rogers. We feel safe in saying that Conty Reed Feud l, H t
they will have a most enjoyable time. Uncollected May I, 1 9 ....S745.68
Bl' They expect to be gone about two -y&W ft By Insolvent list,oor l iH l
weeks, provided they can get on the real and personal 847.C2 r
good side of the mosquitoes. Mr. BLUE W AGONS By treas. receipts 6.7* ot I
Webbh however, will not spend all the By coI. tax sales a of--l
thee at the lake. to state .... ...... 2.185 3745.5 & ma h ma .e -a
Mr. T. N. Sumner, president of the OCA CE AND PA CO U Concty sainh g FJumi
Su nner Lumber Co., arrived here last Uncollected May I 19W ..A$214*.3
Tuesday accompanied by Mr. T. ER By Insolvent Ist. -
WIulnms,& secretary of the company. lp P5 51a & TATIIA real and personal ..$ 48 4.5
Mr. Summer is living at Tallapoosa, Phe By tress. reeeIpts .... 14SL
-- Ga. They will spend a few days ----By colL tax sales
Switch their able and accommodating to state .......... 164.11 214034
Superintendent, Mr. M. 0. Davis. Pall T aA
Mr. A. A. Olla went down to Ies- Uncollected May I, 19- ..... 7 .59.W .
b.rg T.uesday and e tmned Wednes- Extra collected dBrtag.... J. .. ..OUTS
ds. Mr. Olin will leave in a few
days fr a wash, wLhere t the will ol ---- By irolvent eIt ... .,.fln oI4 nl
IR his wife ead spend a while at the dif- By treaa. ecepts .... 57j.8 7




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